The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00278
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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: June 6, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00278
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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June 5.The German sub- NORTH FRANCE E GERMANS

E marines continued their activity in

Fighting Lines on Both Sides of TO HOLD 32NOI WILSON IS ENGAGED INPUTTING inb English demonstrated waters today in the, the number results rather be--
C. T. U.
Railroad to Lemberg Are FINISHING than the importance of the vessels;

Intact and Present TOUCHES TO IT sent Eleven to the ships bottom.were added to the list LOSE 450 YARDS IN CENTER E

United Front SESSION IN ORLANDO similar, but in no size loss to of theose life was sunk reported yesterday -

London, June 5.-The AustroGerman IN UNION EX- The lost vessels, with one excep-
armies advancing from Przemyslhave EVERY STATE tion, the small French ship Penfield, YESTERDAY'S RESULTSouthern I MORE THAN TWOTHIRDSOF
broken the Russian resistance on PECTED TO HAVE DEL- were English steam trawlers and fish-
the heights of Medyka, according to Little Damage Was Done- ermen operating under sail. League I TWO VILLAGES CAPTURED -
official advices from Vienna, and EGATE PRESENT Atlanta 6-2 Little Rock ::5:-:3.
t sweeping forward toward Bombs Tossed on Numberof Birmingham 8-8 Nashville 4-9. BY FRENCH
Orleans Memphis: G I
New I
Lemberg. Fully 200 Will Be PresentSecond UnmentionedPlaces IN BOAKDMAN
Mobile 5, Chattanooga 12.
the Austro-German victoryin .
Despite reducing and capturing Przemysland Week in November Is BLOCK South Atlantic League THE BATTERIESARE E REINFORCEDFive

the success following it there is Date Set for Meetingto The rooms in the Boardman block, Jacksonville 4, Albany 0
still no sign of weakening by the the which nearing completion I Savannah 1-4 Augusta 5-5.
are now
Convene Washington, June 5.-The new note
Russian lines. '. Charleston 6-2. Columl j ia 3-4.
to Germany will not be sent before will be occupied soon after the fi.st Never Slackens Day or
The Czar's troops are preserving an Macon 0-0 Columbus 1-1. .
of July. One of the rooms will be occupied -
unbroken front in the whole Galician During the second week in Novem- tomorrow the best at information the earliest.obtainable Accordingto it by the Standard Barber Shop. National League I I Night-Shells Poured

theatre and although, according to ber the state W. C. T. U. conventionwill is still at the White House and Presi- The new Dime Lunch will use another Chicago 0, New York 3.
Into the Hostile
Berlin and Vienna, they are retreat- hold its thirty-second annual ses- dent Wilson is engaged in putting the while a third of the attractive Cincinnati 6, Boston 3.
ing rapidly, their fighting lines on sion in Orlando, "the convention cityof finishing touches on it. Assistants at business rooms will be used by the St. Louis 0, Philadelphia 3. Trenches
both sides of the railroad to Lembergare Florida." About two hundred del- the state department whose task it is Wilson Shoe Store. These rooms are Pittsburg 11, Brooklyn 0.
intact. egates are expected to attend, and it to such documents in code for among the best located for businessin Federal League
The Austro-German armies also is hoped that every state in the Union transmission put said this that the entire city, and when finished Chicago 4-0 St. Louis 6-6. London, June Important gainsare
now have an unbroken front, having will have representatives present. had not eived it. I will add much to the appearance of Kansas City 1, Pittsburgh 4. reported by the French in the
+ succeeded in joining forces so that Miss Minnie E. Neal, state presi- 1 they red that portion of Orange avenue. Newark 4. Buffalo 0. fighting north of Arras, the scene of
the difficult position of the north wing dent of the W. C. T. U., will be the I Brooklyn 5,. Baltimore 7. the most intense concentrated artillery -
has been relieved. presiding officer at the business ses- Bomb Dropping: Pastime in Merry American League fire and the most ferocious infan-
Along their whole line they are advancing sions of the convention. Many nota- England JOHN L. NEELEY IS NAMED: ASDISTRICT New York 2, Detroit 11. I try actions yet witnessed in northern

eastward, sometimes as muchas bles from this and other states will London June 5.-Hostile airships ATTORNEY FOR Boston 4, Chicago 2. France.
15 miles per day. be present. It is hoped that Mrs. dropped bombs on the east and south-' WEST FLORIDA Philadelphia, St. Louis 2. i More than two-thirds of the villagesof
Lemberg is approximately sixty Nannie B. Curtis, the noted temperance east coasts of England last night. Washington 4 I, Cleveland 5. Neuville St. Vaaste have been captured -
miles from Przemysl. lecturer of Texas, may be induced Little damage was done and the casu- Tallahassee, Fla.-Judge W. B. ;: by the French in a terrific hand
to give several addresses dur- alties apparently were few. Sheppard has appointed John L. Nee- to hand and house to house fighting,
FIRE OUT-LADDIES DID NOT ing the week. Bombs were thrown down at a num- ley, of Tallahassee as district attor- REV. LEY IS ELECTED SECRETARY ;I while in the "Labyrinth" cockpit thereis
HAVE TO FIGHT FLAMESThe for the northern district of Florida OF TilE BOARD OFCHURCH
At Jacksonville where the W. C. ber of different places which have not ney furious artillery and infantry fight
fire company answered an alarm T. U. met last year, the delegates reported as yet been enumerated.This to fill the vacancy caused by the EXTENSIONRev. I. ing.The
yesterday morning about 8 o'clock over two thousand members as information is contained in resignation of Phillip Bcall. The ad French have gained about 450
which carried them to the corner of belonging to the Florida branch, an official statement given out today. an interim appointment holds good untli Ley, of the Methodist church, I yards in the northern sections and in
Hughey and South streets. In some increase of five hundred members for ; President Wilson names an attorney accompanied by his wife and three the center have made further prog-
unaccountable manner a spark had set the It is believed that the rec- i when congress assembles in October. daughters, motored up to Ocala to at-
the roof of a small building on fire; ords year.for the current year will showan BRICK HIGHWAY NOW OPEN TOTAIT I __n tend the meeting of the board of. ress.At Notre Dame De Lorette Neu-
the flames, which were of an insignificant church extension at that place Thurs-
even greater growth. IRA A. HUTCHINSON STATE ATTORNEY yule and "Labyrinth" the rival bat-
i nature, were extinguished before More than $4,000 was raised by the I FOR NINTH !day and Friday. This was the first teries have been greatly strengthenedby

the fire laddies reached the scene. W. C. T. U. in Florida alone last year Slowly, yet surely, the Orange DISTRICTTallahassee. trip of any length which Dr. Ley has reinforcements, pouring tons of .:!
The building was owned by Mr. Ma- which amount was used in extendingand I county highways are being bricked, made since purchasing his car, and he shells into the hostile trenches by a
cey and was occupied by colored peo- building up the work as well as i thoroughly inspected and then thrownopen Fla.-Governor Park reports that everything was" "very concentrated fire which never slack-
ple..8.T.. aiding the national association.The I to the public. Several weeks Trammell today announced that he satisfactory and uneventful. ens day or night.COMPLYITH.
work of the union is performedby ago the Conway road was opened. has decided to appoint Judge Ira A. The board was called in special ses-

about forty different departments, The new brick road south of Orlando Hutchinson, of Chipley Florida, to be sion to disburse funds which had been

T. COMMITTEE MEETING of which the most important are the has been completed as far as Taft and state attorney of the ninth judicial left in the treasury. Appropriationswere .LAW JULY 1
made to aid in financing some
scientific temperance instruction, nar- will be formally open to traffic today. circuit, as reformed by an act of the
half dozen churches all of which
cotics, medical temperance, Christian The Maitland road is constructed from legislature of 1915.KIG .
and the line to Lake The either now in course of constructionor
citizenship, flower mission, press county Lily.
Entertainment Committee Discussed work. The motto of the national organization Apopka road is completed to withinone just completed. Dr. Carpenter, Merchants Will Abide by New
who is of the board
is, "For God and Home and mile of Lockhart. Why speed? president pre-
Plans for the Two Native Land." The L. T. L motto is, Take it slow and look at the pic- ANOTHER OPERATION sided over its deliberations. Rev. Ordinance and ChangesWill

Big Conventions Here "Tremble, King Alcohol, We Shall turesque scenery along the highway. I Athens. Announcement made Ley was elected secretary of the Be Made Before
Grow was board, succeeding Dr. J. B. Mitchell,
This Week The Up.local officers, whom will today that King Constantine has hada formerly pastor of the Orlando Methodist July 1st
upon EVERYTHING IMPROVING AT change for the worse and that an- church.
fall much of the work of caring for
PINE CASTLE other operation would have to be per- For seven years Rev. Ley was
The entertainment committee of the the to the state pas-
delegates big conven-
The board of health and the
formed. The operation will involve city
tor at Ocala so the trip was like returning -
Board of Trade met yesterday at the tion next November, are Mrs. A. A. have notified the
removal of one or more of the king'sribs. home.EIGHTEEN city physician various -
Gould Mrs. Geo. Bensch- County Commissioner C. J. Sweet
merchants and
Peoples National Bank and discussed men
4 bach, recording secretary; Mrs. J. M. was among the representative citizensof I
fruit dealers of the city of the new
plans and gave reports concerning the Fed rick, corresponding secretary and prosperous Pine Castle visiting Or- PAGES-READ WHAT health ordinance recently passed,
meeting of the Florida Citrus Exchange I superintendent of press work; Mrs. lando yesterday. Mr. Sweet reports THE WEATHER !' IS ON THE INSIDEOn which requires changes in the
which is to be held here June I J. H. Vick, treasurer. It is thought things in general in his section as being Florida: Fair Sunday and Mon present manner many of handling foodstuffs '1
11. probable that the sessions of the con- I continually on the improve. day. page six of the first section of when exposed for sale. 1
I vention will be held in the new Baptist the Sunday Sentinel of 18
pages may
The ordinance has been fully
They also discussed the en- ex-
proper I church. "
be found an article 73 Miles Through plained to the dealers and they have
tertainment which should be extendedto I DROPPED DEAD PLOWINGL. GOLF HONORS TO TRAVISWins Orange County With Agricultural been informed by the authorities that
the Central Florida Highway As- JANE ADDAMS MEETS SWISS Agent C. H. Baker." This is the first by the first of July they will be ex-
sociation which meets here June 10. PRESIDENTGeneva. of a group of articles that will appearin pected to have complied with the new
The chairmen of the various subcommittees the Sunday Sentinel. Read, if you

gave their reports. .-Miss Jane Addams of J. Watts, on Conway Road, Metropolitan Golf Cham- please, what the farmers (and busi- law.It is believed that the ordinance
Everything is moving along smoothly Chicago, accompanied by several of Died of Heart ness men) in other sections of the when in full force will do much to im-
and will be in readiness for the the women delegates to the recent Suddenly pionship by Remarkable county are doing. The second sectionof prove the health of the community,

coming of the visitors. Provisions international congress at The Hague Disease Yesterday- Finish, Beating the Sunday Sentinel is devoted to and to that end those in charge are
have been made to entertain at least has been presented at Berne to M. Leaves WidowL. eight pages of a unique advertisingserial laboring for its early enforcement.The .
5.000 citrus growers. It is expectedthat Motta, president of Switzerland, by Anderson entitled "An Unusual Story of change from the present condi-
there will be 250 in attendanceat P. A. Stovall the American minister. Where Father Pays the Bill." Readit. tion of things to that mapped out by

the good roads meeting the day :Miss Addams spoke of the positionof J. Watts 62 years old who resided New York June 5.-Walter J. the ordinance could not of course be .

preceding.It neutral nations toward the war, on the Conway road about three Travis won the :Metropolitan golf made in a single day, but as swiftlyas
was decided to hold the barbecue and of the attitude of Switzerland to- miles south of Orlando, dropped dead championship today over the Apawamis LOT OPPOSITE COURT: HOUSE: possible the changes are being
dinner east and north of the administration ward the efforts of securing a quick yesterday while plowing a grove. His Golf Club links at Rye by a remarkable WILL BE GREATLY made, and as indicated the ordinancewill
building at the Fair Grounds. and durable peace. President Motta widow, missing him, went in search finish in his thirty-six hole BEAUTIFIED: be in full force by the first of the 1
A special committee was named to replied tie thought the moment was and found his body. Death was due match with John G. Anderson the month. It is stated that the dealers '
provide entertainment for the Central not opportune, but that Switzerlandwas to heart disease. A son, C. W. Watts former Boston player. The morning The local Civic League deserves the concerned fully approve of the new \;
Florida Highway boosters. ready to aid neutral states in any of Alabama will arrive this afternoonto round was certainly frenzied golf, as public thanks for its work in cleaningup !law and will willingly comply with
peace steps when the right time ar complete the funeral arrangements.It both players missed many opportu- the lot opposite the court house. its provisions.LETTER -i

UNCLE SAM FEEDS 20,000T rived. is likely that the remains will be nities. The lot is to be levelled, fenced, and
shipped to Alabama for interment.The .
MONTEREY rendered in
more presentable many FROM GOLDEN WEST IS 1
deceased came to Orlando a few GUY FROM RICHMOND IN ORLANDO -
This will make decided improvement
'Y shin ton. D. C.-More than 20.- MEETING TOMORROW NIGHT years ago for his health. He is survived in the court house sur- PROMISED BY SCHUMANN J
by his widow and one son. He Mr. A. T. Guy the popular
000 hungry Mexicans: already h-v.-> repre- roundings. Let the good work go on!
been fed Monterey: from supplies The Board of Trade will meet to- was a member of the Odd Fellows and sentative of T. D. Stokes & Company, This improvement will greatly en- :Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Schumann and

arriving from the United States. More morrow evening at the San Juan ho- Knights Maccabees.: He was well hatters Richmond Va., who has been hance the Cook Automobile company daughter, Miss :Margaret, and son, .
than 7,000 were supplied with corn tel. Everybody is urged to attend known in and around Orlando. Un- coming to this territory for the past which has a beautiful new front and Mr. Justin Schumann, who left Or-
I dertaker Hand has charge of all ar fifteen arrived yesterday on lando couple of weeks for Indianapolis
yesterday alone at the American hos- this meeting as there will be much years display rooms. The striking incon- a ago -
pital.Generals. I important business to discuss relativeto rangements. one of his annual pilgrimages. sistency of the two will be remediedand Ind. write the Sentinel 1
Davila. Zertuche and San- the coming conventions this week. -- everybody is happy. under date of June 3rd, as follows: 1
tos have expressed to Consul General i "We leave today for Los Angeles,
Hanna their thanks to President Wil- City Mules Queer--Leave Oats Cal. Our address will be 1327 Third iIi
son, the American Red Cross and the LONDON SCRAPS LAST HORSE MRS. RICHARD'S MOTHER CRITICALLY avenue. The weather is very cool in .'
CAR the Hoosier State at Overcoats
American people for the assistance. present. -
The consul .made another I have been in evidence ever sincew
general appeal For Meadows Or Roll In Sand
Mrs. F. E. Richards received
a message
today for corn, beans and rice. I.ondon.-'London today proved it is reached the state. We are njoying ;
more progressive than New York by yesterday afternoon from her the cool days, however but enjoy
scrapping its last horse car. New -- sister in Macon, Ga., notifying her of more laughing at our friends, who,
'FOUR FROM BRADENTOWN TO York is understood still to this the critical illness of her mother :Mrs.
enjoy while in Orlando last winter, were
Commissioner S. A. Johnson has disdain they leave this inviting feast
ORLANDOMr. mode of street W. W. Simmons. Mrs. Richards left
transportation. constantly complaining of the cooS'
nineteen mules and two horses in the and scamper to the meadows, or seek last evening over the Seaboard Air ;,
weather. The traffic to California is
and Mrs. J. Fred Harris and city street department. It is a great some usually sand sought dune. first.The sand and dirtis Line for that place. $ not very great as yet, and it is doubt- ;:

sons Masters Robert and Jim. arrived S s f s i R i t i .1.1I. and unusual sight to see these mules The, then bend their stiff front legjoints ful if it will be. When I get to the
in Orlando yesterday from Bra- POISONOUS GASES HAVE EFFECT .. s. t s f i s i i t t t s t t i Golden West' will write again."
dentown the Manatee river, hav- I. capering around the ten acre farm and in an attitude of prayer you
ing made on the entire trip in their tour- FOUR MILESDISTANT southeast of the city on Saturday afternoon seem to he thankful that there is a SOME JOB TO SQUEEZE: 1.. OI)

ing car. They will spend a couple of I. .S. following a week of hard labor Sunday and day of rest and fallingover LEMONS! ANNUAL: TAX SALE

days with Mr. and :Mrs. Clarence on the streets. with a grunt of satisfaction roll I. :Monday at noon will mark the beginning -
London.-Arthur Da\ey. Liberal The mules less humanin It is going to require at least '
and and have
Brown at their home on North Or- are More or toss a great little time I of the annual sale of lands
candidate for the Guildford division many respects if for no other rea- of relaxation. Then it is to the mead- 1 1.500: lemons to provide lemonade Although therehave
ange avenue. for
presiding at a meeting at *on than they receive the strictestand ows and over to the lake for a drinkof I" for the 3.000 visitors, who will attend unpaid taxes.
Farnham, read a letter he had received keenest attention from "Sam" water. the big barbecue dinner for been numerous redemptionssince

+ LEPROSY IN TENNES" from his nephew as to the Johnson. Furthermore the mules all Commissioner "Sam" looks at them ; the Florida Citrus Exchange at .. the there list of still delinquents remains was consid-published -
extraordinary power of the poi- know him. When the harness is removed and then turns smilingly remarking, the Fair Grounds Friday. Just erable, number unredeemed and these
Chattanooga, Tenn. The first case son used by the Germans in from their backs I exactly how much poWE'riIl bP "
.. gases .. they shake "Gee they're having a time of it.ain't Tax Collector Martin will sell at theI
of leprosy ever discovered in "ennessee the recent fighting in Flanders. themselves much as a dog does in they Doggone they have sense. expended in the squeezing of I I time.
has been found in Dickson county writer" stated that on one occasion coming from the water almost smileat Look at 'em. And last summer some- '! these 1,500 lemons has not been appointed
by the state board of health according s ,although he was four miles i him, and there is sometimes a suggestion body reported me to the S. P. C. A. computed. It is figured that 1,500 t i
to advices from Nashville. Cur- from the "poison zone." the gases I of a wink. for turning 'em out to pasture lemons will make at least 4,500; I The Ingersoll Watch at $1 is fully ;'
4, ley Nickel, 17 years old is the reported had such an effect on his eyes !. After looking Mr. Johnson over the thought I wasn't feeding them enough. I. glasses of the soothing and cool- guaranteed to give you correct time. '

; victim of Louis Nickel was that.he could.. .not. use his rifle.. t 119 "Mauds" approach the long trough Look at 'em. Sleek and trim and ing beverape.; .' I & O'Neal.
anaaleper s. t s s t. t I Curtis
sent to the colony. .i I. t s i t I I filled with perfectly good oats. In down to pink of condition." 555 5 55. 5 5s i


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.cOi ,& Tfi A SALE EVERY DAY IN JUNE! Isn't it typical of this j

Store of original ideas? .' 1
,=,, The Big Store is The Store ahead that does just the right thing _;
t at just the right time. And certainly Tune is just the right time to

provide the things needed to make the Summer months comfortable.A .


Featuring different Bargains daily. This will be the '

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

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

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

tt 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

I 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..


three patterns to select from, beautifully pieces ity,June Sale priceLADIES' ____________________ lOC Royal Society and Princess Floss, all colors,
decorated, regular price,_$23.98, June Sale$11. 99 TRIMMED HATS, all new, late colors, June Sale price, per dozen _______ 19 C : :
price ---------------- -------------- sale $1.98
styles, values up to $5.00 June price TOWELS, Hemmed, huck, size 17x34, 12'/c
MATTING RUGS, size 36x72, splendid line ONE LOT MEN'S SHOES AND OXFORDS, quality, June Sale price, per dozen_______ 85 C :
SaV!price patterns i ,_limit l _one to_a_customer,_June *% /C values up to $5.00,June Sale price ------- @Z 60 ONE LOT EMBROIDERIES, in Edges, '
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LADIES' HOUSE DRESSES, made of Ging- ONE OXFORDS LOT LADIES, values SHOES up to $5.00, PUMPS, AND 25c.Band, ,June Insertions Sale price and_Galoons_______,__values______up__ 5c i |
ham and Percales, all sizes, $1.00 value, ne$2.00
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TAFFETA, a beautiful soft finish witha
STARTLING SILK PRICESSILK high sheen, 36 inches wide, all the new ONE LOT SILKS, consits of Messeline, Foul-
shades, $1.50 quality, June Sale Price ________$1.19
POPLINS,full wide wide in black and fancy ards, Taffeta and Silk Crepes, worth up
colors, $1.25 qualiy, June 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
F 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, silk, this sale:
black, white and all the wanted shades pure, $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, 40 inches wide, a beautifulsoft $1.25 quality,June Sale Price _________________95c select from, worth regular 65c and 75c,
shimmering silk with a high radium fin- special to clean up inour June Sale ________25cDuckworth
ish,black,white and all colors, $2.00 and$2.50 CIIINA SILKS, 27 inches wide, in black and fancy
quality, June Sale Price ____________________$1.69 shades, 50c. quality _________________________42c

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

one word could do so, that word would be Conolete Every factor even to the snillest detail that goes to make a sale

a" success from every standpoint is embodied in our many thousands of special offerings for this sale. Not one thing has been over-

looked. This immense assortment of dependable merchandise, the grand display of Correet Spring and Summer fashions and the

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

such 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 arc exceptionally choice and many. Figures below hint, how ruthlessly profits are being sacrificed


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

PILLIW CASES, size 42x36, heavy weight, scal- FELT AND STIFF HATS

AND TISSUES in stripes and plaids loped, 25c. quality, Sale Price $3.00 value ______________________________$1.98
and fancy figured effects, splendid line of PILLOW CASES, 42x36, Everlasting and Mohawk, $2.00 value _______________________ ______$1.48
patterns to choose form. These goods 22c. quality, Sale Price _____________________ ISc
, 35c. choice
are worth up to your ., PILLOW CASES, 45 x36, Everlasting and Mohawk -
25c. quality, Sale Price _________________20c $25.00 Men's Wool Suits -__________________$18.75
$22.50 Men's Wool Suits ______$16.75
BED SPREADS, hemmed ready for use, regular Men's Wool Suits ________
One lot of White Goods in Madras, Batiste $1.00 quality, Sale Price _____________________89c $20.00 ---------- $14.75
Lawns in checks and stripes. These $18.00 1Ien'sYool Suits ___________________$12.75
all good patterns and qualities, bED SPREADS, hemmed ready for use, regular $16.50 Men's Wool Suits __________________$11.75
goods but slightly are soiled, worth up to 50c., but $1.25 quality, Sale Price _____________________98c $15.00 Men's Wool Suits ___________________$10.75

in June Sale ___________________________10c BED SPREADS, hemmed and fringed, regular $13.50 Men's Wool Suits ------------________$9.75
$1.50 quality, Sale Price ____________________$1.28 $12.50 :Men's Wool Suits __________________$8.75

BEDSPREADS, hemmed and fringed, $2.00 qual- .MEN'S WOOL PANTS
POPLINS in plain colors, good heavy weight, ity, Sale Price__ __ ________________________$2.48
I ; $6.00Men's Wool Pants ____________________$1.98
silk finish, 25c. quality __________________122c! BED SPREADS, Satin Marseilles, handsome pat-
r $5.00Ien's Wool Pants ____________________$3.98
terns, $4.00 quality, Sale Price ______________$3.20 4 $4.50 Men's Wool Pants __________________ $3.48
s BERSPREADS, Satin Marseilles handsome pat- I $4.00 Men's Wool Pants ____________________$2.98
One lot of fine Imported Dress Goods in terns, $5.00 quality, Sale Price _____________$3.98 I $3.50 :Men's Wool Pants ____________________$2.48
Crepes, Fancy Rice Cloth and voiles. $3.00 Men's Wol Pants _____________________$2.19
beautiful patterns worth up to $1.00, in BLEACHED MUSLIN AND CAMBRIC, all $2.50 Men's Wool Pants ____________________$1.98
June Sale _____________________________47c
the best brands Lonsdale, Hills, Hope, lIEN'SVORK PANTS
White Cloud_ and Fruit of the Loom, .
12% c. quality, June Sale Price _____________9c $1.00 value ________________________________79c
PLAIN COLORED CREPES, full yard widein $1.00 Overalls _______________________-_____89c
all the new shades, 50c. quality _________25c
I soft finish, limit 10 yards to a customer_____5c I $4.00 Silk Shirts __________________________$3.19
$3.50 Silk Shirts _________________________$2.98
WHITE GOODS, Flaxons, Bastiste and I $2.50 Silk Shirts __________________________$1.98
Lawns, worth up to 25c, in June Sale ______lOc $2.00 Madras Shirts _______________________$1.48
BATH TOWELS, bleached, good heavy $1.50 Madras Shirts _______________________$1.21 4i' /
weight, regular 15c. quality, June Sale Shirts _______________________ **
Price _________________________________lOc $1.00 _89c
One lot of Lawns and Crepes in neat floral MEN'S WHITE AND STRIPED FLANNEL PANTS
and conventional designs, worth 12
}/ c. $6.00 value _______$4.98
and 15c. June Sale Price ____10
yards for 85c $5.00 value _____________________________ $3.98
TOWELS, hemmed, buck, plain white and red $4.00 value ___$2.48MEN'S
I bordered, large size, ::/z quality, per I :
dozen __ _$1.00 STRAW AND PANAMA HATS
One lot of Embroideries in Edges, bands, ga- -- ---- ---- ----------

loons and insertions, values up to 25c, I $5.00 Panamas ___________________________$3.98
June Sale Price _________________________5c $4.00 Panamas ___________________________$2.89
$3.50 Straws _____________________________$2.89
EXCLUSIVE PARASOLSOnly $3.00 Straws _____________________________$1.98 .
One lot of Embroideries in edges, bands, $2.50 Straws _____________________________$1.48 ',
galoons, insertions, Bouncings and all- to be seen at the Big Store, including every nov- $2.00 Straws _____________________________$1.23 ; ,
elty of the season. In our Great June Sale at Half Price.
overs, values up to 75c., June Sale Price 25c
$2.00 Parasols, June Sale Price __________________$1.00 MEN'S PALM BEACH SUITS J

$2.50 Parasols, June Sale Price __________________$1.25 10.00 Value _____________________________$7.98 I j
$3.00 Parasol, June Sale Price ___________________$1.50 $8.00 value _______________________________$6.48 ;
value _______________________________$5.48
$7.00 ; i
Sale of Table Linens and NapkinsIt $4.00 Parasols, June Sale Price _________________ $2.00 ij
$4.50 Parasols, June Sale Price __________________$2.25

is positive these prices cannot be repeated. The $5.00 Parasol June Sale Price -------___________$2.50 MEN'S ARROW COLLARS i
values are too great, and what is more it would be im- $7.00 Parasols, June Sale Price ---------_________$3.50 All the New Styles, extra special ________ lOc j

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

TABLE DAMASK, Bleached, 60 inehees wide, reg- RIBBONSONE $4.00 value _______________________________$2.75
ular 39c. quality Sale Price __________________25c $3.50 value _______________________________$2.48
TABLE DAMASK\ Bleached, 60 inches wide, good LOT BEAUTIFUL RIBBONS in plain taffeta PALM BEACH PANTS

of heavy weight, 50c. quality, sale price _________39c floral, designs moire, worth stripes up, to plaids 40c.,, Dresden choice and_____19c 3.50 value _______________________________$2.89
TABLE DAMASK\ pure bleached, 72 inches wide ONE LOT OF RIBBONS in beautiful your Dresden and $3.00 value _______________________-_______$2.48
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, SalePrice 25 cent Belts _______________________________19cMEN'S J
______________________________________59c CAPS

TABLE DAMASK\ bleached satin damask, 72 in. SILK GLOVESSILK $1.00 value --_______________________________89c
wide, all pure linen, $1.00 quality, June Sale 50c value Silk Hats ______________ __________39c
Price ______________________________________89c .GLOVES-16 button length, black and :-
white, $1.25 quality ______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 FURNISHINGS NIGHT SHIRTS

NAPKINS- MR. MAN, IT WILL PAY YOU TO $1.00 value ________89c
READ OUR ADS. -------------------------
$1.00 Quality, June Sale Price, per dozen ____ .__85c 50 cent value _________43c
Absolutely the most sensational values of the ----------------------
$2.00 Quality, June Sale Price per dozen _____$1.49 year
$1.25 quality, June Sale Price, per dozen ______98c After a very succesful season, the time has come to reduce RAIN COATS
$2.50 Quality, June Sale Price, per dozen ____$1'.98 the clothing stock to its lowest limits. $20.00 value for ------------------_---____$14.75
$3.00 Quality, June Sale Price, per dozen ______$2.39 FIRST RATE BARGAINS, good styles, not many $15.00 value for -------------------------_$11.75
$4.00 Quality, June Sale Price, per dozen ____$3.19 of a kind, but a great many kinds, ,and stylish. Did you $12.50 value for ------------------------ $io 75
$5.00 Quality, June Sale Price, per dozen ____$3.98 ever see a Kuppenheimer Suit that wasn't stylish and $10.00 value for ------------------------II$8:75
good fitting? Every man who looks will and $8.00 value for _______$6.75
buy, every ---------------------
man that buys will come again. Such is the grip of good $6.50 value for --------------------------__$4.75
clothing. We need than show $6.00 value for ___
hardly the $4.59
Sale of Bed Furnishings.SHEETS more reductions -------------------------
-they explain better than words how much you can WOOL SWEATERS
save, and this is probably last chance to
Bleached, seamless and free from dres- your get any- $2.50 value for ___________ $1.79
thing so good for so little. Come early if -------------- f
sing, size 81-90, 85c. quality, Sale Price________69c you can, but $3.00 value for I$1.98
whether you come first or last you'll get a bargain to be -------------------------
SHEETS, the Everlasting Kind, will not last for- proud of.MEN'S. $3.50 value for ---------------------------I$2i48 i
ever, but will last longer than any other sheet
made, 90c. quality, Sale Price _________________74c Athletic Stjle ONE LOT MEN'S LINEN SUITS
$1.50 value, Union Suits --------------____$1.23 Only nine Suits left, $7.50 value, June I
PILLOW CASES, size 42x36, 15c. quality, sale $1.00 value, suit ___7gc Sale Price : __ -
price ______________________________________lOc $1.00 value, Union--Suits-----_---------------------__89c --- ------ -- -------_-_-_$3.75 +fi i



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: and Mrs. S. L. Jackson left on FOR ST. LUKE'S I i

a South Florida Sentinel Thursday Orlando on afternoon church of business.last week Mr.for HOSPITAL THE WIND UP SALEOF

r MORNING AND WEEKLY Jackson returned from that city Sat- Bishop Cameron Mann has issued
t GLENN ..............-......Editor urday to hold his regular Sunday ser- the following "Open Letter to the
BaliiDeo Manager "
w r. ESSINGTON vices, but Mrs. Jackson went, on Sat- People of Orlando: OUR BUSINESS YEAR
urday, to Ocoee to attend a county Dear Friends:-For such I think I
t Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida -
m Second Cl.... Mail Matter. convention of Christian churches be- may style you all, because of our com-
t fore which she delivered an addresson mon interest in the well being and IS IN FULL SWING
J SUBSCRIPTION RATES Sunday school work in the morn- progress of our city, though I am not *
;" Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 ing and on missionary work in the personally acquainted with most of
..........._.......... 2.60
Daily Montta L25DailJ' evening. Monday she went to Uma- you, I ask your interest in, and your AND WILL CONTINUE FOR TEN DAYS
Daily. S Montha.. .6 9Weekly. tilla to address a missionary meeting help for, what I believe you will agree
1 Month Tuesday night. Wednesday Mrs.Jackson with me, is the most gracious and important This is also a Pre-inventory Sale. Our books close July 1st. Our stocks must be reduced to

I"Tear ...................... Sl.OO went to Eustis and gave an ad- charity in this community.I their lowest ebb and our price reductions should do it. TEN DAYS is the allotted time. Dare ;you 1
L SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN dress in the afternoon before the wo will not recount the history of
ADVANCE men's missionary society and a pub- the old "Church Home and Hospital" miss this exceptional opportunity? EVERYTHING IN THE STORE REDUCED. These are just a

ADVERTISERS: lic address in the evening, returninghome whose name is now changed to "St. few of our emphatic Reductions. .
TO from that place.New Smyrna Luke's Hospital." Such recountal is I -
1 t Copy for display and all other hand-set News. not needed by those who have resided I READY-TO-WEAR
adTertirinr suM be handed in at the businessffieo in Orlando for the past twenty or EMBROIDERIES AND LACESAre
not later than 2 p. -.
ot Jhe..S-tinel
dozen know what
even They a
Thi rule appliesto WILL BUY AND SHIP PEACHESMr. years.
the - before paKlwation. LADIES SUITS
benefaction this
; changes for contract adTcrtisinc: it ii to Jacksonville but their beingso
W. E. Boddie has gone So I would remind extremely! fashionable
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. simply everybody -
where he will spend a day or that the work was not along sec- much in demand will not deter us from None must be taken into stock.
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued two and then strike out for the peach tarian lines nor for sectarian profit.
should notify the office in writing on belt, where he will be engaged for the The asked of putting the knife into them deep. IN SILKS-
only question applicant
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be next three months buying; and ship- an Regular 22.50, Sale ______--___--_--___$16.46
continued at the regular subscription rates ping fruit to the markets. for the hospital's help was, "Canwe We quote a few specials, 27 in. Flouncings Regular 25.00: ; Sale __________________$17.04

Telephone until notice 110 to_.b.stop r .is...received................... 24 sideration do aught in deciding for you"the The reception only con-of Regular 65c. and 75c., Sale ______48c Regular $:i5.00. Sale __-___--_--__--___$23.46
CITY DRUG STORE HAS NEW Regular $39.50, Sale __-_--____________$24.4(5 .
such an applicant was, "Can we make embroidered
Swiss Batiste pat-
SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 1915. LOCATION 9 WEST room for him?" 45 in. IN WOOLS .

r CHURCH STREET And this attitude of the hospital, in terns, in lengths of 5 yards. RegularSlS.50, Sale ___________________$14.46
J. L. Dean, proprietor of the City the past, is its attitude now, and will 9.75 to Regular $22.5< Sale ___________ __-____$15.46
=. Eighteen pages today. Drug Store, has moved to a new loca- be its attitude for all time to come. Regular values, $8.75, Regular $25.00, Sale___________________$17.46
o tion at number 9 West Church street, It stands, and ever will stand, for $12.75 for __________________$4.96 Regular $40.00, Sale ___________-_____$!-IA6
I A close friend is one who won't and after two days of rushing busi- pure Christian charity.But Swiss Embroideries, Edges PALM BEACH SUITS-
2000 yards
fc lend you money. ness the genial "Doc" has no regretsto there must be means to carryon Regular $7.50 Sale_____________________$4.96
? o chronicle as to the wisdom ol his such charity. and insertions, all widths, values up to 35c. Regular $12.50.: Sale ____________________$9.96
} To ease another's heartache is top change. In fact he is highly pleased The hospital, outside its groundsand PALM: BE.CHIOTOR: COATS-

forget one's own.Remember with his new quarters. Here his expanding buildings, has a very small en- a yard. 10c. a yard Regular $12.50, Sale ___________________$9.96
0 trade will find room for development dowment.It 5 yards for ____46c., or
increased floor space in has had to depend the reve- WOOL COATS
the Associated Charities front and stock rooms and the addi- nue from paying patients upon to enable Other lines equally price facinating. Regular 12.50, Sale ___________________$9.96!
meeting tomorrow night. tion of numbers of artistic show cases it to care for non-paying patients. Regular $14.50 Sale __________________$10.46
o has made it possible to materially in- During the past two years, that WAISTSIn
We're all swelled up-two conven- crease the amount of stock carried in revenue has greatly diminished. It
tions in Orlando this week.It all departments. The room is light will probably be much increased be- voiles Organdies, Crepe de Chene, SALE OF MILLINERYTRIMMED
o and airy and Mr. Dean expects to doa fore another year goes by. But, just '
is rumored that the Orlando rushing business this Pussy Willow. Taffetas. AND UNTRIMMED: HATS
opera summer. now, if the hospital were to be run Georgette Crepe,
house is to have a clean face. as any ordinary business is run, it
The strict policy of the store must be
o "GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY" would have to close its doors. For its DIMITY BED SPREADSThe
Summer means good health, if the Today has been designated by Rev. monthly expenses are thrice its adhered to--"Nothing carried over from
ordinary rules of health are obeyed. Ley of the Methodist church as "Go to monthly income.Nevertheless ideal covering for hot weather. one season to another." These prices

o Church Sunday." The pastor has a its trustees are spending White, Regular $1.35, Sale ____$1.05 should make a complete clearance.
Seats are free in all the Orlando message of special interest to considerable money upon repairs,
hat in the
every Every trimmed store at one
Sale $1.23
cleansings and improvement, in or- Regular $1.50,
churches, and the visitor is always Methodist today. If you are a mem- White, ,
cordially welcomed.The ber of this church do not fail to at- der that the hospital may better care Regular $1.75, Sale _____$1.43 of three prices.No. .
o tend the morning and evening ser- for those who come within its walls, White, 1, Values up to $5.00 ___________98c

difficult place to convict a man vices. whether as pay patients or as elee- White, Regular $2.00, Sale _____$1.53 No. 2, Values up to $7.50 ________$2.98

is in the courts. The easiest placeis mosynary And, for ones.these special expenses as White, Regular $2.50, Sale ____$1.93 No. 3, Values up to $20.00 ________$4.98

in a mass meeting. MASS MEETING TEMPLE AT BAPTIST well as the regular; expense of the White, Regular, $3.00, Sale ____$2.43 Every untrimmed shape in the store at
o monthly deficit, the trustees look confidently -
one of four prices.No. .
Eighty thousand Kansas City mules This afternoon at 3:30 o'clock a to the kind hearted people of Colored Stripes-
going to the front; which is surely special mass meeting will be held at the city of Orlando. We believe you $1.75, Sale ___________$1-39 1, Values up to $1.25 ___________50c '
something to kick about. the new Baptist Temple. Dr. Wray, want this hospital to go on in its Regular No. 2 Values up to $2.50 __________$1.00
the evangelist who is the ___________$2.4G
o revival services at the conducting new church, Beneficentvork.: We believe you will Regular $2.90, Sale No. 3, Values up to $4.00 _________$1.75

The Americans who are praying for will give a sermon-lecture, and it is help In it to do so. Regular $3.50, Sale ___________$2.90 No. 4, Values up to $8.50 _________$3.75
peace are not the ones who are selling to be that a year or two, we trust that
hoped crowd will
a large be ---- -------
arms and ammunition to the al- out to hear him. all requests we may make to the public -
lies. Everybody is cor- will be only for enlargements and TABLE LINENA
dially invited.
o betterments. But now we must ask TO WEAR

A California genius has rigged upa TODAY-SOMETHING GOOD AT for the enable needs of St.actual Luke's existence.Hospitl Will to REBY department without a Regular $1.00 Sale ______86c
motorcycle with battery and motor MODEL_CAFE I live? rival. We ask for a compari-: Regular $1.15, Sale ______98c
so that he dispenses with the use of I I Last sunday the Model Cafe served Remember it makes no distinctionof son-that's all. Regular $1.50, Sale ____$1.26
gasoline. I chicken, roast beef, sliced tomatoes, race, class, rank, color, or creed. LINGERIE DRESSESin CGc
o Regular 50c. Sale________ Regular $1.75, Sale ____$1.46

Those notices which the sanitary mashed berry roll potatoes, iced tea, green and coffee peas, for black-25 for During ten the men past and years women it has of cared other Silks, Linen, Batistes, Or- Regular 75c., Sale ______56c Regular $2.00, Sale ____$1.56

superintendent nails up on the doors cents. Today will be something Christian denominations to one of its None must be taken Regular 85c., Sale_______66c Regular $2.50, Sale ____$1.96
and fences around town are not par- equally as good at the same price. own. gandies.

ticularly complimentary. 6-6-ltc It is, further, one of the very few, into stock. PURE LINEN NAPKINS, per Dozen I

o not more than half a dozen, in all Muslin Lingerie Dresses Regular $1.25, Sale ___96c Regular $2.00, Sale _1.56
Orlando is the healthiest city in the Don't worry any more about that Florida, which has a building for colored Regular $7.50, Sale ____$4.46
country. Every contagious disease German hydroplane. Rumor has it people.To $12.50, Sale ___$7.96 Regular $1.50, Sale __$1.26 Up to $10.00, Sale ___$7.96
that occurs is brought into the city- that the Kaiser sent it over for a load sum up, I ask you, men and women Regular
it does not originate here. of Valspar to coat his submarines. of Orlando, whether you will do Linen Dreses
o There's nothing like Valspar and Val something to enable St. Luke's Hospital Regular __7.50, Sale ___$4.46
Every winter residet before returning Enamel for exterior and interior workof to stay and work in this com- Regular $12.50, Sale ___$7.96 Wash GoodsTHESE
to the Northland should'; make all kinds. Don't be surprised to munity. Dresses
i Silk
provisions to have the lawn mani- hear a dozen Zeppelins next month CAMERON MANN,
cured once a week in his absence. for when they find Valspar dries hard I President of the Board of Trustees. Poplins, Crepe de Chine ARE SPECIALS INWHITES
o over night and wears like iron they All money should be sent to the Radium, etc., etc. AND COLORS
will have it on everything. lIon. T. Picton Warlow or to me. Sale ____$5.96
Regular $8.75, 1500 yards Lawns and Ba tistes and Crepes 27-30in
Have you qualified for a place in Yours for the best, Even the smallest sum will avail ,
the "prettiest lawn" contest'; ? You G-6-ltc FINLEY'S PIONEER. somewhat and will be thankfully re- Regular $16.50, Sale$9.96 Values up to 15c.6 yards for 59c; 8 yards for 78c

will be abundantly repaid for your ceived. EXTRA SPECIAL IN 2500 yards Voiles, Organdies, Marquesettes, etc, 36-40, in
fforts whether win
not. you a prize or EMPIRE HOTEL UNDERWEAR Whites and Floral effects, values up to 35c..

o oOc.-SUNDAY DINNER-:30c. SHERIFFS SALE 2 dozen fine Muslin Conbina- 5 yards for $1.16: 6 yards for $1.36
Under and by virtue of an order issued -
Our idea of an optin ist, says the Cream of Tomato out of and under the seal of the tions- 2000 yards Organdies, Voiles, Crepes, etc., etc., 36-42 in.,
Atlanta Journal, is a man who hopesfor :Mixed Pickles County Judge's Court of Orange $1.50 to $3.00 at i/j: price in white and colors values up to 75c. yard.
the best, prepares for the worst Baked Sea Trout, parsley sauce county, Florida, wherein B. E. Ewing See Special Table Underwear. 5 :yards for $2.46 t
and swallows the dose fate ladles out Ponnes Anna & Company are complainants and R.B. .
to him with a cheerful grin. Fortiner is defendant, in a suit un-
o I Fried Spring Chicken, Maryland Style der a writ of attachment, I will offer I :> I IHARTSCHAffNER&
Grilled Prime Ribs of Beef, au berre for sale in front of the Court House 6n S Furnish.ings
Because frosts the most damage
Leg of Mutton
oun gravy door at Orlando, Florida. during the -
when the air is calm Paris scientist
legal hours of sale, on Tuesday, the PALM BEACH SUITS
has advanced the theory that orchardsand Compote of Peaches, a la Marie 15th day of June, A. D. 1915, the following MARX CLOTHINGNEED
vineyards can be protected by;
described personal ,
electric the property Regular $6.00 Suits for $4.90
fans to atmosphere
keep New Potatoes -------
en cream to-wit:
moving. I WELL KNOWN NOTE Regular Suits for _____
Early June Peas Two horses, one gray and one bay. NO EULOGIES-TOO $8.00 $6.50

o Stuffed Green Peppers Sold as the property of the defend- THESE REDUCTIONS: Regular $8.50 Suits for _______$6.90
Most all of the reliable merchantsof Steamed Rice I ant. Terms of sale, cash; purchaserto EVERY $20.00 SUIT FOR . . . . .$1-1.75
Regular Suits for ______
Orlando advertise in the Sentinel. Green Corn on Cob for title. $10.00 $7.50
Up to date housekeepers, who wishto Dated June 5th 1915.J. EVERY $22.50 SUIT FOR . . . . .$15.75

succeed in the fight against the Vanilla Custard Ice Cream Cake F. GORDON, EVERY $25.00 SUIT FOR eo. eo. eo. . .$17.75 PALM BEACH TROUSERS

high cost of living, have formed the Lemon Pudding Sheriff of Orange County.By EVERY $30.00 SUIT FOR . . . . .$19.75

habit vertisements of readnig in the and Sentinel.profiting by ad- Tea Coffee C. A. VIVIAN, D. S. BOYS' SUITS Regular $3.00 for ____________$2.50 .



IN ORLANDO THURSDAY.On REGULAR $8.00 SUITS FOR . . . . .$5.00 from fine grades of Botany and
June 10 the Central Florida
Highway Association will hold its sec- REGULAR $10.00 SUITS FOR . . . . .$6.00 Merino Wools, newest styles.

ond meeting in Orlando. The most BOYS' PANTS Regular $4.00 for ____________$2.90
be decided
important question to at Notice !
this meeting will be the selection of REGULAR $1.50 FOR . . eo. eo . .$1.10| Regular $5.00 for ____________$3.75

the west route of the Dixie highway REGULAR $2.00 FOR . . eo. . . .$1.20 Regular $6.00 for ____________$4.75
through Florida, it having been decided FOR . . . . . .$1.75
by the highway commission to REGULAR $2.50 Regular $7.00 for ____________$5.25
allow Florida two routes as has been
-"" done in other states. Kissimmee and
Osceola county should be well repre- STRAW HATSEvery MEN'S OXFORD SHOES
sented at this meeting and the county
commissioners should send a delegateto Gun Metal and Tan Oxfords,

tell the association that they will WE HAVE LEASED THE Straw Hat in the store reduced. Note $3.50 for _________________$2.90
pled !e themselves to build our part of ROOM NOW t
the highway in just as short a time these drops and take advantage. Tan Kid Oxfords ,$4.00 for ___$3.25
'<: as possible.-Valley Gazette. BEING BUILT BY MR. HOVEY AT ORANGE AVENUE
o EVERY $2.00 STRAW FOR . . . .$1.50 White Canvas Oxfords, $3.50

YES. GIVE THE AND JACKSON STREET, AND WILL OCCUPY EVERY $2.50: STRAW FOR . . . .51.75 for ______________________ $3.25

KIDDIES A CHANCE. EVERY $3.00 STRAW FOR . . . S1.90 Gun Metal Tan Oxfords, $4.00

Some day are passing along FOR . . . .$2.75,
for ______________________ $3.90
oaks which line
under those big,: shady $5.00 STRAW FOR . . . .$3. Orlando streets, just for the fun of it EVERY
count the swings you pass in the'} HANDKERCHIEFSONE
course of a block. Not the costly MEN'S OXFORD SHOES FOR MEN
wooden lawn swings; but the old fash- : AT ORANGE AND PINE STREETS. LOT Pure Linen, Hemmed Stitched
ioned rope and board kind that have EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE FOR 25c., FOR .18c Black and Tan Kid Oxfords, $5

delighted'ears--and; boys which and girls are not for hundredsof patented. SPECIALS for _________._____________$3.25

You will be surprised no doubt to find Every day during the sale we will put on an Gun Metal and Tan Russia Ox-

how few there really are-and every "EXTRA SPECIAL" item. fords, $5.00 for _____________$3.90
home where there are youngsters '
should have one. Here and there you GOODEN & SCHNARR WATCH THE WINDOWS Gun Metal and Tan Russia Ox-
will see them almost invariably surrounded -
BOYS' RAINCOATSBOYS fords, $6.00 for $4.90
by a flock of rollicking youngsters :MEN'S AND -----------

who are having the time of their REGULAR 4.00 FOR . . . .$3.25 Black and Tan Kid Oxfords,
air An
... lives-out in the open too.
6.50 FOR . . .;3.40 $6.50 for _S5.25
old fashioned swing; will return more MEN'S, REGULAR ----------------

valuable dividends in real hearty, MEN'S REGULAR 8.50 FOR . . . .6.90MEN'S Gun Metal and Tan Russia Calf

'. healthy kiddies,than life giving any investment pleasure of for similar the-I AGENTS : REGULAR 12.50 FOR . . . .$9.90 Oxfords, $6.50 for --------_$5.25

amount which you can make-
and the cost is not great, only a few
I cents at most. Why not get one today Our King "Eight" Demonstrator has been shipped, tson-Ives CO."ORLAXDO'S
and fasten it securely to the Dicl<
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strong limb of that giant tree out and we expect same to arrive first of next week. .

I there on the lawn-give the kiddies a II!

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Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I

CALENDAR lic meeting in the Pentecostal church Admission 5 Cents WILL RINGfor ::1
i Monday night May 31, at 7:30. The GRANDTOMORROW I
Monday, June 7. public is cordially invited to attend
Miss Maym Thornton will entertainthe and help in the good cause. The following .11..11..11111..1..1111' many couples during the next sixty days and those who send
Bach 6r Girls at 10 a. m. program will be rendered:
out fashionable invitations will order them from the J. P. Stevens
Annual meeting Mendelssohn Club, Opening song, Love Lifted Me; "
7:30, Presbyterian lecture room. Scripture reading and prayer, Mr. American.Reliance. "The"A Heart Beast of Within.Gold." Engraving Co., 47 Whitehall St, Atlanta, Ga. Samples and pricesare
Tuesday June 8. Mitchel; recitation, A Confession,
Sans Souci Club, Mrs. II. B. Myers Buren Carroll; recitation, I'll Take Komic. "Bill Turns Valet." furnished upon application. Be sure and get the proper
hostess, 7:30 p. m. What Father Takes, Arlon Carroll; Keystone. "The Fatal Flirtation"Five thing by ordering from them.
Younger Matrons Card Club, Mrs. original song, The Temperance Youth cents to all. I
Clarence Brown, hostess. ,and Maid, by Mary Gould, Albert
"Mrs. C. D. Christ will entertain at an I Cook, Cecil Branson, and chorus; talk, ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL I
informal 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. Mitchel The Teetotalers,
reception ; song The ,.
Re II.
Very R. Remsen dean.
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Annual picnic for the pupils of St.Joseph's 1 Glen Logan and Mabel Branson; reci- "THE FAMILY BLACKSHEEP" First Sunday after -- --
tation Give Us Men, Paul Branson Trinity. I
Wednesday Academy., June 9. I recitation, Little Blossom, Helen; The Morning Holy Communion and 7:30 a.school m. Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
prayer Sunday ,
Murphy-Conoly wedding. Gould; song, When the Vote for Dry
Young Matrons Card Club, Mrs. W. C. j I Is Counted 111 Be There, Mr. Mitchel. 9:45.The
HolCommunion and ,
Essington hostess. ,I recitation, Reuben's Baptism, Cecil 11 m.Evening. sermon -
Weekly Club. subscription dance" at Country }I and Branson Miss; Bolton violin ;and collection piano, and Carl cards Ford; A Kalem Special Feature Com- prayer and address, 7:30.CIIRISTl.1 0... .:]=11=

Eola Club, Mrs. Blythe Watson hostess ,closing song, Mr. Mitchel. SCIENCE F 0
3 p. m.Thursday.. plete in two parts \3. fIIIGII
June 10. MORE GOLF AT C,C. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Ser- .
Marriage of Miss Antoinette Slemons THURSDAY.Mr. vices at 11 a. m.; subject "God the
to J. S. Arnold, Jr. 8:30 o'clock. I J. D. Barnes and other golf en- Only Cause and Creator." Wednesday -
thusiasts of the evening service at 7:45. i .
Slemons-Arnold wedding reception at Country Club are try-
8 p. m. ing to arrange for a mixed foursomefor Third floor corner South Orange .
Golf, Country Club. I ladies and gentlemen, at the "THE SMOKING OUT OF avenue and Church street. Entranceon
XiI Kare Klub, Mrs. E. Westover "C. C." next Thursday afternoon Church street.METHODIST.
hostess. I starting at two o'clock. The club is BELLA BUTTS"A --
Friday, June 11. proving a very popular gathering CHURCH
The Younger Matrons Card Club,1\lrs.1 i place and although the details for Regular services at the usual hours.
Clarence G. Brown hostess, Roof I the tournament next Thursday have Preaching morning and evening by;
Garden, 3:30 o'clock. I not been completed there is no doubt Vitagraph comedy. the pastor. Everybody welcome.
--- t that it will attract many 'lovers of
IN HONOR OF golf to the club on that day.
The ladies of the Presbyterian DATE HAS NEW HOMEDr.
church: entertained at a reception in I BEEN CHANGED.The IN HER ADMIRATION
HEARST SELIG NEWS No. 23; R. M. Buckmaster has taken up
of the twenty-fifth wedding an- Tri-Sunday school picnic that
his residence at 304 West Colonial It comes from being used to admir-
niversary of their pastor, Dr.John W. was to have been held the 17th at o 0
Drive. His phone number there is ing beautiful things in the shape of
Stagg, on Friday evening.The Daytona has been changed to June 24. 522R.
lecture room of the church, in I A large number will attend this meet- Portraying all the important cut glass from our emporium. We
which the reception was held, was j:ing. force this habit on all the ladies be-
beautifully decorated with TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR
fragrant I of the remarkable
cut: flowers and graceful NOTE0SOCIETY events of the day. cause specimenswe
ferns, as well as other greenery.A OF INTEREST.The put before them. They also appreciate -
large number of Presbyterianstook SALE-Horse and buggy. Apply our prices because they are
I annual meeting of the Mendels-
Singer Sewing Machine Co., 43
occasion of the opportunity to
sohn Club will be held Monday evening East Pine street. 6-6-3tc so reasonable.
show their love and for their
respect June 7, at 7:30 p. m., at the
pastor by attending. About one hun- 'I Presbyterian lecture room. Election of I A Well Balanced rPogram.50c. & CO. JETOER&
dred and fifty were present. As theguests I officers for the ensuing 7ED-Salesman and collectorfor ,
arrived they were met at the Mary Branham, secretary.year. Orange county. Apply Singer ILiALLEN .CO
vestibule by a receiving line com- Sewing Machine Co., 43 East Pine .
posed of Dr. and Mrs. Stagg, and street. 6-6-3tc
members of the board of sessions, as i,
At The Churches
b follows: Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ives. I lOc. FOR SALE-One 1915 Overland, per- I Pitcarn Floor Spar. Valentine Valspar
Sr., Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Robinson, Mr.: fect condition, fully equipped; also rt 1sc.l
and Mrs. W. M. Slemons, Dr. and Mrs. THE BAPTIST TEMPLERev. Ford touring car. Both bargains if PATTON'S SUN PROOF PAINT
Hall, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Lee, and Mr. I
taken at once. Apply John Russell iUrpll .
Edward T.
Poulson, D. D., '
and Mrs. W. S. Branch, Sr. Sanford. 6-6-ltc -
No pastor. -------- ---------
special for the event
had been arranged program and the guests ,I The revival' services in the new I Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
spent the time in social enjoyment. I Baptist Temple continue, and today FOR RE-7-A furnished five room f
During the evening refreshments consisting will be full of interest and good modern bungalow. Also unfur- 205 S. Orange Avenue
of fruit punch, ice cream, and I things. nished four room cottage. Inquire
cake were served. The services of the day will begin 402 West Colonial Drive. Mrs. A. A. Phone 261COLEMAN .
After the reception the guests of with the Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., ROOf GARDNTO [ Morey. G-G-ltc
honor were treated to a miscellaneous and Dr. John A. Wray, who is assisting -
shower of beautiful and useful arti- the pastor, will preach at 11 REDUCED RATES on lessons in art Pratt & Lambart's "61" Floor VarnishPatton's
cles. Although the occasion of the o'clock a. m. and dressmaking through the summer .
shower was the silver anniversary of A big mass meeting will be held at Can do a limited amount of w Velumina, the Modern Wall
the wedding of Dr. and Mrs. Stagg 3:30 in the afternoon, at which time dress making during dull season. a4 t Finish.
the guests were not restricted to gifts Dr. Wray will deliver a special ser MORROW Miss Echols, 505 South Main. VITKALITE, the long life Enamel
of silver, the variety and beauty of monlecture.The 6-5-6tc & RHAN
their presents being as delightful to evening service will begin
the honored guests as was the I promptly at 7:30. The public is cordially -
thoughtfulness which prompted the i invited to all the services of II
reception itself. the day.FIRST.
ENTERTAINED. Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. Tennessee Romance, complete
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. James Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. ,
Manuel (nee Miss Chance) entertained O'Neal, superintendent.Men's in two parts. Pauline Bush. Established 1886
the members of her Sunday Bible class at 9:45 a. m.
school class from 3 to 5:30, at her Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
home, 22 East Church street. Various Morning sermon, "Conscience."
games were indulged in and then the Evening sermon, "The Finished "A STRANGER IN CAMP'A
girls were invited into the dining Work.
room. The color scheme was pink Young' People's meeting at 6:30p. A Comedy Drama, one reel, CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
and white, and delicious ices were m., in lecture room.
I served. IVnyer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p. Brimsley Shaw.
Those enjoying Mrs. Manuel's hospitality m.
were Dorothv Seymo*. FOI rest Dabney Carr choir direc- LOANS
dred Dovell, Zola McClure, Gussie tor. Miss Roberta Branch organist.The .
Sharpe, Ruth Fraser, Violet Douglas, public is most cordially invitedto "POKES AND JABS"
= Harriet Hendry, Pearl King, Eliza- all services.
beth Robinson, Sarah Davis, Gladys CATHOLIC Comedy. A gale of giggles. REAL.ESTATE. RENTALS
Flint, Daisy Ray, Elizabeth Lane Ma- CHURCH
rian Nye, Alice Hall, Frances Ferry, Sunday after Pentecost. Mass, 6:30a.
Margaret McNeill, and Gladys Ham- m. Sunday school, 9 a. m. Mass Vantiner Orange Blossom Per-
rick.On and sermon, 10 a. m. Rosary, sermon
leaving the girls all declared and Benediction, 7:30 p. m. All welcome -
Mrs. Manuel proved as charming a fume given away :Monday: night.
hostess as teacher. -- -
THE WOMAN'S PROHIBITION Services on Sunday, June 6, 2 p. m.,
LEAGUE OF AMERICA.The at Seventh Day Adventist building, For Sale
Woman's Prohibition League of West Central avenue.W. 10 cents 5 cents.
America will hold their monthly pub- Wampgans, pastor.

-- Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. House eight rooms. Lot 65 x167. Price


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( the acreage is steadily increasing. I respect." 3

73 Miles Through Orange Co. Instead of five acre farms of corn I "For the most part," continued. \ SPRAYING
there are now fifteen and twenty Baker, "my 'conspirators' (as he was

k With Agricultural Agent Baker acres uner the plowshare. (Mr. L. wont to call his demonstrators) need For White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In
TildenviHe! the but little advice the of
W. Tilden at later in on growing
i secticide. For Red Spider. Ruste :Mite and all other :Mites
day said he had nearly sixty acres of corn. They follow my suggestionsand
; infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble SulphurCompound.
corn in cultivation), and in a few ideas almost to the letter. The
(Part of a series of articles.-Con-I I used more extensively when it is thor- .
tinued next Sunday.) oughly.demonstrated. For silos thereis years there will be an immense result is an increased production per I These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan
nothing better." amount of corn grown." acre and a uniform corn crop throughout I be done and the time. This will absolutely
A turn of the auto crank and we at one same
off on a jaunt through Orange Coun- THE IMPORTANCE OF SILOS. CORN VALUABLE AS FEED the county. insure clean trees and bright fruit. la
Both sweet and field corn are ROUTE ONE OF I
ty that was destined to cover sev- Mr. Baker was asked if there were grown Nothing better, nothing more effective, and ni tning
enty three miles of the fairest sec- many silotanks in this county.Unfor- I and in this connection field corn leads.It region through which we were I cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and
tion of Florida. The route was arranged tunately," he replied there are not. makes admirable feed for horses passing was beautiful. Hills and valleys you will have no regrets at the end of the season.
by Capt. C. H. Baker, agricultural However we shall come to several on and is a money saving feed when it real hills and real valleys, with

agent for Orange County. iir journey, and one especially on the can be grown so easily in Orange !' wonderful and varying vegetation, a J. ManufacturersOrlando
county soil. At the present time the
The story of the trip made and com- James Laughlin, Jr estate, which is highway of twisting and graceful
corn is from six to eight feet high.
pleted Friday, without accident along the finest in Florida, and one of the curves, deep blue lakes framed in Na ,
Each stalk bears not but
the following iines: best I have ever seen. It will not be I one many ture's exquisite garb neat and at- Florida
of The fields are clean and
corn. tractive farms
GARDEN OAKLAND many years until silos are used gener- I garnishing the route
show care has been expended
upon and
ROAD ally in Florida. picturesque scenes rivalling any-

Turning the nose of the car west- As we sped along the route Mr. the crop. thing in the country, caused a regret
West Central Baker "now and again" asked the en- that the journey should ever come toa
ward we skipped along CLUBS
gine to hesitate for the purpose of close, each turn of the wheel leav-
Avenue, and then onto the Winter
Garden-Oakland road.. The day was pointing out rare tropical plants and pointment There was in Mr.a note Baker's of keen voice disap-when ing behind memories of rare delight. CAREY HAND

Baker in tune certain conditions that would escape MINERVILLE NEXT
perfect and Mr. was
he stated it was with difficulty that .
the untrained of novice.A .
and at his best. Around his neck was eye a he could interest the boys in corn. "I We were approaching Minerville
suspended a pair of field glasses LARGE COLONY OF ITALIANS. have been unable to organize a corn with its acres upon acres of rich FUNERAL DIRECTORAND
which were used frequently to study "You see that house, far in the dis "
club among the boys, he said; "they vegetable and truck farms, broken
vegetation at a distance or to abtain tance-near it are other houses-it is here and there EMBALMERAll \
seem to have time for other things, by groves, patches of
more advantageous views of the beau- a colony of Italians. There must be but the interest has not taken tangi- forest fastnesses, sparkling lakes and I
tiful ten or twelve of them. There seemsto farmers in the fields.
scenery. ble enough form to organize a corn thrifty
Where is there a fairer or more be no race suicide there, either. club. The boys need such a club. In The next article will deal with I calls answered Promptly Day
beautiful stretch of scenery,more var- They make good farmers. They are Iowa, Illinois and other corn produc- Minerville and Ocoee.
ied and diversified agricultural interests I enterprising, thrifty and good work- ing states the boys have their clubs During the trip we passed through or Night. Hand Block.
I visit them often, and they
or more whole-souled, generous and this stimulates them to work for Winter Garden, Tildenville, Apopka, i
class of people than along this route? low my suggestions and directions." prizes and quantity of production. Zellwood, Plymouth, Lockhart, and

The superb condition of the farms, GERMANS NEAR ITALIANS. However, the time is coming when we other communities. The subsequent Orlando, Florida.PHONE .
residences and environs of.the region A queer remark was passed by my will witness keen competition among installments will describe the condi-

through which we passed typifies the "travelling companion" when he stat- the boys, and even the girls, in this tions of these places.-Editor. 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,
character of the people and testifiesto ed that the Italians were living very .
their thrift and enterprise as no close to German farmers. He stated
other method can do. 'that the Germans were friendly and
WESTCOTT-ONE OF 125 DEION.I I,often gave advice to the Italian tillers -
STRATORS of the soil.

"Whose home is that, the one on In view of the present tense situ-
the right?" ation in Europe this appealed to me EXCEPTIONAL OFFER ATTENTION!

"Oh, that is C. G. Westcott's dairy :as rather inconsistent. However it
farm. He is one of my demonstrators I showed the spirit of true American as-

-sometimes I call them my 'conspir- I simulation and patriotism. We will carry PILLSBURY'S XXXX FLOUR, a good

ators,' because we are all battling fora I MAY BE NEW MILAN, FLA.It .
[ Biscuit Flour, and Grits, which we will sell at close figuresto
cause, an improvement in agricul- was thought by Mr. Baker that Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne
tural scientific methods." !i in the next few years many additions our regular feed customers.We '

Capt. Baker explained that he had would be made to the Italian colony. with plenty of Foliageand have a shipment of Wheat which we will sell at
a clientel of nearly 125 farmers. They : Perhaps there may be a settlement in
sack scorched.
II $2.50 per slightly
are called his demonstrators. They large numbers of Italians in that Trees.
work with him and he works with neighborhood in the next ten years.

them. Experiments are tried and va- (I Maybe it will be New Rome or New

rious methods are attempted. Co-op- Milan, Florida, with a postoffice, I
eration on the part of the county agricultural -l stores and churches. Who knows. 1 $2000.00 The Co-Operative Produce Co.

agent and the farmers or CORN PRODUCTION INCREASING.On .
I W. S. DeWITT, M'g'r. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447
has resulted in inestimable -
"conspirators, I either side of the road were
value to the county during the ,I waving, tasselled cornfields shimmer- i
year that Mr. Baker has been in office. : ing in the morning sun. "The chaffeur" -
C.A.HOVEYORLANDO -- ---- -- ----
JAPANESE CAMS- f spoke as frequently as possible,
As an example, Mr. Westcott is experimenting making remarks that were immediately -
on Japanese cane. Both expanded by the county agent. ,
he and the county agent are deeply "There is more corn in Florida than

interested in this particular varietyof one would suppose," was a remark In Post Cards are always to be found on our racks. We also
Cane of this character that caused the genial Capt. Baker
cane. was
I i carry by far the largest assortment of local view cards.
first introduced by the department of to continue the subject for many
agricultural in 1878. It is now being II miles. Over one hundred views of Orlando and vicinity. Look

extensively grown in Florida and THREE TIMES AS MUCH CORN over our cards frequently if you wish to keep posted on
along the Gulf coast. It produces AS IN 1914 ROOFINGAND "
"postcarditis. Just now we have some new ideas in
very large yields, and for many years "Yes, was the response, "corn is
plantations remain profitable with- becoming a valuable product in Or- birthday and general greeting cards.

out replanting. Mr. Baker said the ange county. I can say with extreme
cane was very valuable because it safety that there is three times as SHEET METAL CO. \v. S. BRANCH.THE .

makes excellent forage for live stock. much corn under cultivation this yearas
"It is of immense value and will be in 1914. Corn is easily grown and

Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,
and Rubber RoofingsCornices I

i Skylights. Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings The Orlando Meat MarketT.

Oilaodo Delivery and Messenger Service r

Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO A. YANCY Manager

Harley-Davidson Truck Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
FOR QUICK SERVICE Florida and Western Meats

f : Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
r PHONE 444
[ Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders

Good and Bad Cigar Stores PHONES { Business 135 'P. O. BOX 226
t Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. .

i . . ... To reduce our stock as much as

I. = much as possible by the 15th, will

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Discount of 25 Per Cent I

L OPPOSITE POST OFFICE off our regular cash price on any I Do you want a fine Velvet Rug, 36in. x 72 in., in
FRESH AND SALT MEATS soft pleasing colors, or a white and blue wool and fibre
goods in store.Hammond.
u Kept under the best sanitary conditions.. I, same size,
Aluminium Ware?
Do use
Everything screened away from the files, and kept freehand I you See our 14 Piece set, and our 72 piece set Blue and

par*. i Gold Dishes. All the above will be given away absolutely
We imrite inspection and guarantee satI faetton. We hay Gore i free. '

; everything in the Meat Line. i CallFINLEY'S

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think of Elder Spring Water see
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0- Today's Sentinel is replete with the
advertisements of most of the mer-

The Morning Sentinel Want chants of Orlando, and there are some
f Directory is the Greatest Want rare shopping opportunities containedin
ORLANDO Ad Medium in Orlando.
these advertisements which care- Real Bargains
Terms Cash in Advance. ful and discriminating buyers will

> Royal Cement Agate! Plaster and Perfection LimeifiE readily grasp. Read. all the advertise- 136 with
ments carefully.The acres beautiful fron-
_. For One DayR______________25t
For Three Days __________50c I tage on two lakes. Knock Out
For Six Days _____________75c: want ad.'s the thing.USE .
1 For!. One Month.--------42.5O_ f 15 per acre.
This rate applies on an ads of
25 words or less. If the ad con- 60 acres, mile off brick road.
YOU TO GET PERFECTvy tains more than 25 words the rate
WANT will be one cent per word for Over 1500 feet lake shore.
each additional word, for each in-
sertion.If $20.00 per acre.
GAS SERVICE you can't bring your ad to GECOINSECTICIDE
the office No. 24. Accounts
-- telephone See E. B. Bradley Quick.
opened by telephone will be
payable the following day.

Every Home-Every Business-
Every Man has use for a
Sentinel Want Ad. in and around your houseto ORLANDO REAL. ESTATE CO.,

FOR SALE Wvtklns Block PHONE fO4
is our satisfied FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car,
Very nearly every gas consumer
who will 5 passenger, in good condition; extra MOTHS MITES, ANTS AND
satisfied customers-patrons
friend. We want -- --
equipment extra tire exceptionalvalue -- -----------
not only be pleased themselves, but who will speak a Cheap. Geo. A. Baas.
5-8-lmoc GE-CO is a stainless used witha
good word for their gas service. and do the
spray guaranteed to Dr. S. S. Jones
FOR SALE-Coca-Cola vending machine work. Don't set up and fight mos-
OUR ADVICETo Capacity 5 dozen bottles. quitoes all night. Spray your room CHIROPRACTOR
Cost $150. \Vill sell for $25. Can be with GE-CO and go to sleep. Have
the seen at Ramki's Bottling Works. Jno. your Croceryman get it for you. Or graduate Davenport College, 17 and
condition I
this desirable
bring about McCamy.. 6-2-6t direct if he will not supply you. Put 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
advises its gas consumers to do away with the obsolete up by the 209. Intelligent people everywhereare I
and appliances that are now behind these days of FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story 1 fl ORLANDO. being restored to health by chiro-
ranges cottage seven rooms and bath G S CO practic adjustments the new scienceof
progress. The gas appliance industry has advanced as modern conveniences, roomy porches U. ., FLORIDA! removing the cause of disease. Examination .
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. free. 1224lmoOSTEOPATH
, wonderfully as all other progressive industries, and you 2-23-tf Pi 0. Box 285 Phone 341

will be surprised to see the changes for the better that Use REX BRAND Sweeping Com-

have taken place in gas ranges, water heaters, etc. FOR RENT-Furnished FOR RENT nine room pound and keep down the dust.

cottage at Windermere. Inquire
OUR OFFER Rossmore Inn. Phone 1019. DoctorsBuckmaster

Come to our salesrooms and see the remarkablenew I I FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- & BrundagelOSTEOPATHS DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER

ranges-beautiful in design and apearance, perfectin mer, or by the year cheap. T. A. Office corner Orange Avenue and

operation and extraordinary in features of economy.We Yancey. 3-28-tfc t Jhurch SU Davis & McNeil Bid?.,

offer them to you at very low prices and on the easiestof FOR RENT-Furnished five room Personal instruction under Dr. Still Phone 419.
flat, close. in, flowers and garden at Kirksville, Mo.
terms.ORLANDO. to couple without children for summer 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
months. Reply "Pat," care of National Bank. Phone 578.
Sentinel. 6-4-6t

WANTED PHONE 646 Picnic PartiesShould

WANTED-Sweet potato slips. Any For Eight Cylinder adillac get the good things for
variety,but must not be mixed. Win
| pay $1.25 per thousand at my packing FIRST I of us.
house in Pine Castle. Fred 51. Pres-

GAS DEPARTMENT' 17 Hughey Street Orlando: Fla. CREAM CHEESE
WANTED-To rent house by the 12-10-1m
year. Must be modern have sleeping ---- POTTED MEAT J;
about five six and
porch or rooms
.. "I must be well located, close in. State
location and rent in answer. Address Orlando Wood Yard CRACKERS
Resident, care the Sentinel. 5-25-tf

r. WIDOW WANTS position housekeeper BUTTER
as Removed from Pine St. two blocks
\ I at once. Will work for
small wages and pleasant home. Ad- north on Railroad, west end Wash- JAM
dress Box 6, Sentinel or phone 656. JELLY
6-2-6tc ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat


SOUTH" APOPKA SUPPLY .CO. department having fifteen stores years desires experience position in LEMONSCARUTHERS

where rant advancement.ability and merit Best would references.war- B. KINGSLEYPHONE -

Address "Y" care Sentinel. 4-28-tf
LOST-One bicycle wheel, between & GORE
Oakland and Ocoee. Reward. Please 1 1I
return to Morton Jones & Son, bus -- ---

line. 5-13-tf I (New Mo ;

Can want in TO ECHANGE-For house and lot eOroceiy
your every- in Orlando, lake front, 1 mile from DON'T WORRY
railroad and brick road; 12 acres 9 Phone
: thing ,to eat and wear. New things acres set to unimproved budded trees; extra two years good ago land.; 3

Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc 6 and 8 East Pine St.

and good things always Give us BUTTER AND JIILK If you are disappointedabout j

We have it on cold storage. Best getting a new Eas- ,
trial. grades of butter 35c. and 40c. per ter Suit, \
a pound. :Milk 13c. per quart. we can put your
6-5-3tc WRIGHT SEED STORE. old one in good condi-

tion for just such occas $40.70TO i
Umbrellas recovered and repaired
"while you wait," at Young's Repair ions.
Shot 21 1:. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc

buck price $2.00; three two months .
old bunnies price $1.00 eachAd-
dress X, care Sentinel. 6-5-3tc :Dry Cleaning New York andPhiladelphia

. Steam Cleaningi
repairs of all kinds done Pressing and Repairing
promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
J screen doors and windows a specialty;
: garages, office fixtures; window and -- AND RETURN
door frames made to order. Get our
prices. 18 East Church street. A From ORLANDO
postal will bring us. 516Imo'HOME Cut Flowers

Pure Ice Crearl1I BAKING OF ALL KINDS VIAAtlantic
Orders solicited for anything need-
and Plants
ed in that line. Received first awardat '
Subtropical Midwinter Exposition.Can Coast Line j
please the most fastidious. Mrs.
I M. E. McPhern 915 Kuhl avenue. Floral
When you want PURE ICE Phone 612. 6-4-4t Designs Standard :
' For Party I I Railroad of the South :1
CREAM call for HAND'S. If
3 -
4 you don't believe that we take Clubthe pay highest mrket price. Tickets sold daily. Final limit -
Wright Seed Store. 6-5-3tc
greatest care in its manu'Ye make our Ice Cream from f October 31st.
facture come up and watch us Church Social t' To reduce our stock as much as pos- Violet Dell Florist.
tubercular tested cows. All sible by the loth will give a discountof Variable routes.
make it. You will be surprised
cans, moulds and everything School 1 SocialLodge 25 per cent. off our regular cash
at the care every detail is given. price on any goods in store. Ham- For reservations call on
used in the manufacture of our mond & Gore. 6-5-tf J. &!. CARUTHERSPhone
Any kind you want, any time D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.
you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB 509. 408 South Lake St. W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.
ized. PicnicOrder Located in the Arcade BuildingAll
from a quart up. OrlandoDR.
work guaranteed and neat-
You are cordially invited to ly done. Our work is the best

inspect our factory at any Hands Pure and our prices are the lowest. CLINT BASSPHONE
This is the place to have your
time. Ice Cream 375
old clothes made new.
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit West Jefferson Street

dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit Successor to

pressed _____________40c.
HANDS ICE CREAM CO. All Palm Beaches scrubbedand Hand Wood CompanyWood

pressed ____________50c L H. RAMSDELu
Mohair suits pressed ______25c. of All Kinds OPTOMETRIST

PHONE 566 :W. Jefferson Street We do ladies' work also. Giveus PROMPT SERVICE ORLANDO. FLORIDA
trial and
Clothes called for and delivered. REASONABLE PRICE* AND DO ALL KINDS OFREPAIRING

I Phone 613. I OrricAh

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Oakland, Fla, June 4.-Mrs. W. A. MEETING Philadelphia.-Despite her advancedage
Wilkes and little Lulu Mae left Fri- and an illness with which she had

day for Jefferson, Ga., to spend sev- The annual meeting of the Florida been confined to her room for a month
eral weeks with the home folks. Citrus Exchange will be held at Or- Mrs. Anna Dubinski, who celebrated
Miss Nannie Hudson and little girls lando next Friday and to accommo- her 106th birthday several weeks ago,
went to Linden Saturday to spend a date the growers of DeSoto countythe succeeded this afternoon in frightening -
few days with her mother. Coast Line will run an excursion off a man eighty-three years her LOCATED !
Grey Michael returned from Colum- from Arcadia to Orlando, thus en- junior who attempted to take a sum
bia College at Lake City on Thurs- abling DeSoto county people to at- of money from her stocking as she
day. He will take up the duties as tend the. meeting and return home lay in bed at her home, No. 738 South
derk in the postoffice this summer. day. The excursion will pass through Seventh street. -4(
The ladies of the Episcopal mission Wauchula at 6 a. m. and tickets will The aged woman not only resisted
held their guild at the home of Mrs. be one fare for the round trip plus 25 the attacks successfully but gave the 9 W. CHURCH ST.
_. Smallbones on Thursday of last week. cents. police such an accurate description of
: Interesting articles were read and discussed Elaborate arrangements are being the intruder that he was under arresta i
about Japan. A social time made for the entertainment of visitors half hour after the attempted rob-
was spent while the hostess served by the Board of Trade and the bery. (NEXT DOOR FAVORITE PICTURE SHOW)
refreshments. City of Orlando. This will be a delightful -
Mr. and Mrs. Mather-Smith and trip through the finest orange There is a general conviction that if
family and Mrs. Hamilton Smith and groves of Florida and a chance to you don't like the dust thrown from
entire household took their privatecar visit one of the prettiest cities in the some other people's automobiles you
to Highland Park, 111., on Satur- state. Free dinner and entertainmentwill should get a machine of your own
day. They carried away a host of be furnished.-Wauchula Advo- and throw some on other people.
good wishes, from their many friends cate.
for a safe journey and a happy re-I' When a man first marries he is said
turn.Mrs. I'PEACE SOCIETY TO BE ORGAN- to be tied up. Ever afterwards he is
Harris and children were vis- IZED AT DELANO tied down. ,

itors at the Vick home Wednesday.I Don't forget that I have moved drug
Mrs. Harris has her home at Pal- The Florida Peace Society was or-
metto, and will be remembered as a ganized in Orlando with the follow buy, sell rent, and exchange: real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., store next door to the Favorite Picture
one time resident of Oakland when ing officers: President, C. P. Dow,
her husband was pastor of the Meth- cashier of the Peoples Bank; vice- over 30 years. Have handled over

odist church. presidents Gov. Park Trammell, Hon. $20,000,000.10-6-3m Call and F. A.see LEWTER.me. Show (opposite Pure Food Grocery). I
Mr, and Mrs. Mather-Smith enter- H. B. Stevens, DeLand; Dr. W. F.
tained Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Giles,Mrs. Blackman, Winter Park; secretary-
solicit and
Fuller and Mrs'! Brainard,of Orlando, treasurer, Miss Aurelia R. Moremen, your patronage assure my

on Wednesday. Little Grace Mary DeLand; auditor, Frank A. Smith, Or- ARCADEMILK
was hostess to Adelina Giles, Dorothyand lando (Stetson, '13)). Dr. Stagg, pas- friends and customers that the same fair
Lois Fuller. They had a happy tor of the First Presbyterian churchof
time.Mr. Orlando, and one of the directorsof dealings and high grade service that has
Lester Beeman, of Orlando, the Peace Society, has consentedto
gave a farewell reception to Mr. and make an address on the subject of characterized my business in the past I
Mrs. Mather-Smith at his beautiful Peace, and will speak at the Baptist
country home, Friday night. There church in the near future, and it is DEPOT
will be continued in
were one hundred couples present. A hoped to organize a strong Peace so- my new quarters.CityDrugStore.
delightful time was reported. Mr.and ciety in DeLand. Orlando has over
Mrs. Geo. Tennant were also invited 100 members.-Volusia County Rec-
guests from Oakland. ord. BUTTER MILK
Mrs. Clifford Sessions and baby, of
Winter Garden, spent Tuesday the SAYS ORANGE CROP WILL BE Fresh Every Day.5c. .
guest of Mrs. J. C. Robinson.The SHORT NEXT SEASON
per glass
many friends of Rev. L. H. I
Query will rejoice to hear that he is The orange crop will be considerably 25c. per gallon
now able to be around some. He is short next season as compared to the .
now with his sister in Charlotte, S.C. II preceding one, on account of the recent CREAM AND MILK
Mrs. Query has joined him there. heavy dopping of the young BUTTER
The annual meeting of the Oakland j fruit, and it has been general over the
Cemetery association will be held at 'orange belt. Not more than two- Fresh Homemade
Bank of Oakland Monday, June 7, 3 I''thirds of a crop is the present estimate SANDWICHESPIES
o'clock p. m. | .-Volusia County Record.
AND CAKESARCADE 9 W. Church St. J. L. DEAN, Prop.
Elder Spring Water. When you | Elder Spring Water. When you
think of Elder Spring Water, see I think of Elder Spring Water, see
Wright. Phone 444. 6-2-tf I I Wright. Phone 444. 6-2-tf MILK DEPOT

An ad. in the Morning Sentinel is a Want anything? Ask for it through
safe investment. Sentinel "Wants." MRS. E. M. PARRY>> flliMMIMMIMIMMIIIMMMIIItliiiiMaMllliCiqiiilMIMIItlMlllilli llitU t

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S. J. Sligh says his car bought
three and a half run-
years ago
ning 125,000 to 150,000 miles 1915 Cars Sold Out Two Months Ago LOOK AT THIS

over Georgia, Alabama, Florida
and Mississippi, has given him Gasoline, oil and
perfect satisfaction. He wanted 1916 Cars shipping date June 15th
a new car in the Fall, but could 2300 miles, $26.50, Buick C, 25.

not has part been with with him this so friend long.that It 1916 Cars ALL SIX CYLINDERS Win. ,I. Lege. ,

is in perfect running condition This is a record breaker.
< today.

After two years with the best designers, Buick's have decided to

: give the automobile world over-head valve, six cylinder cars, ,.

with more power, less fuel, longer weary less up-keep, with the :

absolute guarantee service. WAIT.


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I I which originated in the house 1 ) Sunday morning but returned to ''on the Winter Garden road.G. !I at the City Hall Thursday night, in

was finally passed in the senate 'I Apopka for the night service.H. Harod our chief of police has which the young people all had a
1915 5 SESSION OF I ing the past three days. The .-There are H. McClure is reported as on the been indisposed this week sufferingwith most delightful time. {t

III while pronounced harmless by received here sick list this week. an attack of neuralgia in his The Methodist Sunday School is !

poration lawyers, is stated to [ of our leading Mrs. John Love. has been somewhat head and neck.D. planning for a picnic at Wekiwa .j;
lEGISLATUREiftJmURNS ample protection for certain ice dealers in the indisposed for a few days past but T. Vaden left the first of the Springs at an early date but the I f
ufacturers in Tampa and but is improving at this writing. week for Richmond Va., where he at- time has not been fixed as yet. 1I I II
vflle and is said to be very similar | plant in quanti- The rainy season seems to have set tended the Confederate re-union. I I
the Texas anti-trust law. A and as a conse- in and vegetation of all kinds is grow- F. S. Witherby has closed his gro- I
Montreal the big mountains I
was precipitated on the floor of I in the market ing rapidly these days making an cery store for the present, and will I of North Carolina among, is unique. Private
senate on this bill and several hoped how- abundance of grazing for stock and devote his leasure time to collecting family has high class accommodations I
ments were offered that are said season rolls crops for winter store. outstanding debts. 'I! for a few desirable adult guests. I II
have taken the "teeth" out of its 1 for the The new city jail has just been fit- The Thursday afternoon baseball j| Large comfortable new house; running -
j water in each room; sleeping
ASSEMBLY: HAS BEEN CON- visions. of several hun- ted with a door and is now ready for game here resulted in a score of 6 to I arches; unexcelled home cooking.
SERVATIVE AND PROGRESSIVE in this commu- j the furniture and Chief Ha rod is in favor of Winter Garden. I Particulars address "Birdwood." Box
ALL ABOARD FOR excuse for not wondering who will be the unfortu- //1.The game was followed by a dance 27, Montreal X. C. 5-16-S10t

ORLANDO. as we have the j I I jnate one who will christen it.
there is an j I The series of meetings at the Methodist -
Another blunder big NEW YORK AND RETURN
; yes a II
All NIGHT SESSION T THURSDAY U S der and what is it? can be had church closed last Sunday night
If the people of Ocala and :\ on a bumper after almost a week of services con-
I ducted by Rev. S. W. Lawler of Kis-
and make year.
county don't turn out I $35.00VIA
Principal Features of Session good roads meeting at Orlando from here ex simmee who preached some very ex-

Just Brought to a Closet June 10, the biggest one ever held Dixie highway cellent sermons.
the 10th. Our With roasting ears and snap beans
our state! Why? Because the
Published in Complete mittee of the Central Florida I every mem- cucumbers and tomatoes new pota- "CLYDE LINE"ONLY
Form way Association is arranging for I secure the Dixie toes and frying chickens all in abund-
*, and should ance there is no excuse for any one
Florida commissioners as well as I
By Claud F. Johnson :Miami chamber of commerce and practically the being hungry in Florida these days.Jliss .
'I includes meals and stateroom berth
citizens generally to be present, was united Agnes Witherington been
The judicial salary bill carryingout want every section of the state !i: of our board. suffering quite a little bit recentlyfrom Tickets Now on Sale Good on any Ship
the provisions of a constitutional ested in the Dixie highway from I will bring thou- an atfeffcted eye which caused Final Return Limit October 31st
this state and her to be absent from her post as secretary -
at the last to Miami the
amendment adopted gen- City through CHARLESTON EXCURSIONSWrite
eral election gives the supreme court route to be present, for the highland sec- of the Sunday school last Sun-

judge an increase in salary as well as sioners have been given ninety will be so fav- day morning.J. for schedule and further particularsH.

those of the circuit bench and courtsof in which to select the central they will make R. Womble has begun the rectionof WENZEL, Florida Passenger Agent

criminal record. Three new judicial The only way to best determine Let's by all an extensive addition to the resi- Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty St.
circuits were provided for and as is by all sections being i a national high- dence of Mr. Itner on his country Florida
I I of Florida. place, formerly the L. P. Lane place, I Jacksonville
many judges and attorneys. I and putting up their claims and I _
The number of bills introduced at i ditions in a clear and concrete is visiting -

this session has exceeded any previous I When the commissioners have all this week.

session of a Florida legislature information as to roads, their last Satur-
and the number of general bills that I I tion what each county will do to St.'T" he has been Summer Excursions North and West
have been passed have been remark- I them in proper condition as well in the em-

ably small. One measure that died on maintain them then it will not railway. lie ex The surpassing scenery niakes the L. &N.///C aUraelire'lcay.
the calendar would have eliminatedthe hard task to arrive at the best again in a short Low* flu
rock-ballasted the solid steel trains
and devote his track through ,
large volume of bills that recurs tion so we want all of this section MDr.
summer the up-to-date coaches and observation P L. &N.
which he owns sleepers j |
at every session, allowing charter our state to be on hand. If you
rates to al! cars. the unexcelled and reasonable dining & prottcrsdirccl
changes for the various towns and not there and the road goes .
cites. This bill came from Senator where else blame only yourselves expects to Can adianresorts car service, and the facilities for close 3 and diverse

Farris and proposed to allow the not turning out. for Washington ,the Great and direct connections, combine Kr routes to the Cal-

\ cities to change their own charters Lakes Yellowstone to make the L. & N. the ifornia Expositions

without reference to the legislature. I "Let's meet at Butt's." from an I Park Rocky Mountains comfortable way. and ...1Jissior&Play.Choice

Jacksonville has fared well at this : lake Tuesday Salt Lake City, the Pacific olthrccgatewa'sandnlan)"
him two fine
session. An extension of the limits
4 1-2 pounds, Coast, etc., etc. The L. & N. routes is given travelers by the
was granted and an increase in the for
borrowing capacity was provided for Specials sport is fine and reaches all the gateways of the L. &N. They may go one way

allowing the bond issue to be increased day and MondayFlour place to fish North and "West Buffalo, 9 ; and return another-via New

to a large sum. A memorialto Apopka. Pittsburg, Cleveland Louisville Orleans,St.Louis or Chicago.

congress provided for an improve- filled his reg- Cincinnati Toledo, J w information furnished on Fast througn trains with
ment in the inside waterway down the 24 lb. sacks- Fair Villa last Detroit Grand Rapids Round
.A a yfanilication. ReservationsIndianapolis <<: only one change.
East Coast beginning at Jacksonville. $1.00, $1.10 and $ Chicheerfully_ made. Write wire or trip tickets from

The military department for received a Flour 12 pound sacks- I cago, St. Louis, 'phone us.; When you get to Jackson- J a c k son vi i l II l clIcmphis
large appropriation improvementto 50c., 55c. and i viDe we will see that your tickets: are ready $80.50. from
the military reservation at Black 8 bars of Lenox Soap for __ l Hill for you and assist you in checking baggage, etc.
Point. A new commission charter 7 pkgs 5c. size Washing Pow- and New One of our representatives is at all departing trains. T a m p afi.

was also enacted for Jacksonville.The der for ---------_______ Orleans C. Brotney, Florida Passenger A4ent. S89.00
bridge fight which emanated from Kingan's Breakfast Bacon, LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD

the Jacksonville delegation consumed I per pound, ______20c and 14HV.t Hay Street (Bell Telephone 167)) Jacksonville Florid iRound
practically three days of the session Fancy Peaches and Prunes about Co
but finally failed of passage. The $80.50 California Expositions'It S
per pound, ___ 13c., 2 for Trip
measure would have forced railroadsto Tomato
Catsup, per bottle
permit cities and counties to join
lOc., 15c., 20c. and Colo-
them in bridging across any stream, Tomatoes, per can-

making the passage a combination for 5c., 7c., 8c., 10c., and
railroads and vehicles for the publicuse. Pork
and Beans, per can- Colo-
The while in
measure general
5c., 8c., lOc. and
its provisions, was aimed directly at
Ground Coffee, per Ib.,
the Florida East Coast bridge at Jacksonville Spurs Men
18c., 23c. and later you -
where there
were reported to Nice Salted Mackerel and
be certain real estate owners in South Colonial ry
Herring ______6c
ti Jacksonville that desired a double Florida Cane Syrup I to
qt.,15c, not NOW! Energetic
deck bridge across the river, because Gallon __
the war department had refused to Honest Measure and you satis-
grant an extra bridge from Main Efforts
street to South Jacksonville.The .

state game warden's office was Cash Grocery Co.relephone
abolished, which has caused expressions DANN
of. general satisfaction throughout 618. 7 E. Church -
the state since the amended law t "I use the Long Dis-

protecting game puts the law enforce- '"
11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Look tance Telephone con-
ment in the hands of the county game :

wardens commissioners.In to be.selected by the county stantly. It speeds up

the line of conservation of nat my business and spurs

ural resources the hands of the shell
the other men to action i
fish commissioner were materially
strengthened in the amendments to All AroundThen 4' because they are
the new fish laws, the salt water fish a

protection being placed under the shell brought face to face \
fish commissioner.A .
meritorious measure that failedof with me.

passage was the bill to establish a

state library and employ a state libra- : "The cost is noth-
rian. This work is now looked after :

by the secretary of state, but the I come in and let us show ing as compared to the :
number of volumes on hand in the :
real effective results. One
secretary's office has reached such you quality

enormous proportions that some sysI than five letters
telephone accomplishes more
'. tem of record keeping is necessary. message

f.. The passage of the naval stores inspection Rugs, Furniture, Stoves, and Gen- for me and both customers and salesmen feel as
bill is believed to be :
a meas-
ure that will develop the naval stores : eral House Furnishingsat though they have paid a personal visit to the office.

industry in the state, by inducing the I
use of Florida ports for shipment and : "We have adopted the practice of calling delin-

establishing a more solid market with- : prices all the far belowso
in the state. The bill I the Distance
was believed to quent customers on Long Telephone.It's .
have been fought by Savannah influ- : called special sales. A call:
ences. I more effective than a letter or visit from a sales-
In an endeavor to correct the defects : will convince you.
of the Everglades drainage law : I man. We have improved our collections wonderfully -

the week administration made some slight bill introduced amendments this I: s I by a judicious use of the Long Distance Bell

to the statutes and reduced the : "
'. amount of bond issue that could be
sold by the trustees of the internal :
improvement fund. A radical drain- :
age measure that would have elimi- : Every Bell Telephone is a Long Distance Station.

nated the internal improvement fund
trustee' and placed the Everglades : OSCAR HAND & SON
landX belonging to the state in the :
hyftnds' of a commission of three to SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
Complete Furnishers
/Conduct the operations of drainage
was killed in a short combat in the

/ senate, leaving the way open for the I AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY.Y .

, administration drainage bill. I
S. The only piece of real corporation
jf legislation was the anti-trust bill, II I

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Q t "Let's Miss Leona meet at Thompson Butt's." spent the THE KEY To SUCCESS I IPI

week-end with friends in DeLand.Mr. .
W. K. O'Neal transacted busi- '
ness at Winter Park jesterday. \\\ /1 iCCU/

"Let's meet at Butt's." -

MN J (
Y h Miss Bessie Furen, of Sanford, was
among yesterday.Mr. the welcome. visitors to Orlando a -

,.,,,., '\

J. W. Bass, of Orange Center,
spent yesterday in Orlando on a com- \ ,. -
bined business snd pleasure trip."Let's 11 11 : .
1' l
meet at Butt's."
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Mr. C. H. Baker, county agricul- .. _
tural agent, will depart for points in I -E) i.
the: North the latter part of this week. ,- \ .,
"Do not put off for tomor- lit' o.. '
; The St. Charles Hotel will remain .v. !
row what you should do to- //ASK ANY MAN
open. Special summer rates. 6-ltc .
da "-for tomorrow never '
r comes! Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Moore left yesterday .
; over the Atlantic Coast Line
for Indiana, Pa., where they will MELLTELLyOU.
spend the summer.
Doing is the great thing. The man r :

who acts accomplishes. It may be My residence phone is No. 522R.
wait. not de- Dr. Buckmaster. 6-G-tf
too late if you Why

posit a dollar today and start on the Mr. J. E. Rose, one of Lockhart's OPPORTUNITIES come every day to men with money.

acticve road to prosperitythousands successful truckers and clever citi- Has yours come? WERE YOU READY? A savings account
zens, transacted business at the county -
are traveling happily that way. metropolis jesterday. started a few years ago would come in handy now. Startit

Put aside a little a week and see how now; in a few years you ,.will be the man ready with
The St. Charles Hotel will remain
easily faithfully and steadily your open. Special summer rates. 6-ltc the money.'.

account grows. We will pay you 4 per cent interest on the money you

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Williamson of put in our bank and compound ,the ,interest every three
Gabriella, were among the out of
THE STATE BANKOF town visitors spending yesterday in months.'l

Fresh peach ice cream at Hand's
today. Call 566 or 666. Itc
The Peoples National Bank

Mr. L. A. Huff, of Cedar Rapids,
Iowa, spent several hours in Orlando "IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU.
.0 yesterday looking after business in-
terests. He left in the afternoon for
points farther south.
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The St. Charles Hotel will remain
open. Special summer rates. G-ltc

for Mrs. Floyd Rogers, who has been
Specials Saturdayand visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. F.
A. Lewter, left yesterday afternoon ,MMIIMIiMBIIM i' II I II I I II I I' I I I II 11111111 111111 1111111M11, .UIJ
over the Atlantic Coast Line for Gary, ..
Monday N. C. ..

"QUANTITY AND QUALITY" Rossmore Spend your Inn.Thursday Good boating afternoon, bath-at

15 pounds sugar . . . . . . . .$1.00 ing and fishing. 6-G-3tc THE NEVI PA P KARD TWINIX! I

Kingan's sliced breakfast bacon 1 pound box . .30 Little Miss Catherine Barnes, the

Excellent hams per pound . . . . . .18 winsome daughter of Mr. and Mrs.J. ..
Creamery butter per pound . . . . . .38 D. Barnes, left yesterday for Wilson ..
Snowdrift lard large pail . . . . . 1.00 summer, N. C.with, where relatives she will and spend friends.the

Gross weight pound pail lard . . . . 40 FULLY EQUIPPED ,i

,', Pillsbury flour 24 pound sack . . . . 1.15 Order now, from Hand's, fresh ....
f. First class pastry flour 24 pound sack . . 1.10 peach ice cream made from fresh ..

i Meal, 9 pounds . . . . . . . .25 fruit. Itc

t. i Grits, 9 pounds . . . . . . . .25 :Mr. Gilbert Lee, who has been at- The best value ever producedin
r Best head rice 4 pounds . . . . . .30 tending the Stat? University at

I Tomatoes 4 cans, 2 pound . . . . . .25 Gainesville, has returned to Orlandoto MOTOR CARS ;
t Tomatoes 3 cans 3 pound . . . . 25 spend the vacation period with his high grade
g Good ground coffee per pound . eo eo eo 18 parents, :Mr.: and :Mrs: C. G. Lee. ..

Green coffee per pound . . . ... . . .16 Your Sunday dinner will not be
Arbuckles coffee per pound . ... . . .. . .19 complete until you have ordered fresh For Orlando ;
White House coffee per pound . . . . .33 peach i ice cream at Hand's. Phone
t Maxwell House coffee per pound . . .. . .31 566 or 666. Prompt delivery Itc
; Maxwell House coffee 3 pound can, per can . .85 $2.725.00Sold
Mrs. :M. D. Wilson and
t Tomatoes 6 cans 5 cent size . . . . .25 who have been visiting her parents,, ..
f Good corn 3 cans . . . . . . . .25: Mr. and :Mrs.: L. E. Parker, has returned ..
r Early June peas, per can . . . . . .10 to her home in Orlando.-Kis- .

Crisco, large size . . . . . . 85 simmee Valley Gazette.W. .

r Crisco medium size . . . . . . .45 By
R. Lee
and wife, of Maitland,
Cottolene large pails . . . . . . 1.30 were shopping in the city last even- .
Shredded cocoanut, 7 packages . . . . .25 ing. Mr. Lee is superintendent of one
Cream of wheat .i4 of the finest and largest groves in i San Juan Garage CompanyiMMIilliiilllMttIMB
the Maitland section.
Grape Nuts 2 packages eo eo eo. eo. eo eo eo .2:> ,

Corn flakes Post Toasties, Quaker oats, each . .09 Mr. J. A. Massey, of Atlanta, Ga., ... +. . :
Best corn, per sack . . . . . .'. . 1.90 representing the Keystone Type: .IIO. .' . I. .1'

Best oats, per sack . . . . . . . 2.30 Foundry, was in Orlando yesterday -
Best molasses feed, per sack . . . . 1.80 calling on the trade. Mr. :Massey re- -- ----- -
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Best shorts, per sack . . . . ? . 1.75 ness. j i

Best bran, per sack . . .'. . . . 1.65 CORPORATE EXECUTORMost
I Best beet pulp, per sack . . . . . . 1.80 Mr. and Mrs. James Randall and THE I
Cotton seed meal per sack . . . . . 1.35 daughterIiss Phoebe, were among

Very best Tuxedo chops, per sack . . . 2.15 the- the departures North where yesterday they will for pointsin the of wealth select a corporate ..,,, I
Cotton seed hulls, per sack . . . . . .60 summer months. Their "rst stop pass will executor persons because they know it insures I = '' !

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Col. T. J. Watkins left .
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Valuable Diamond LostHow with relatives and friends. will accom I WHY THE TRUST COMPANY: ? i !
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often this appears in the newspapers, the result but is spending a few days in Ocalaas in half a century, the highest type II
the guest of Miss Mary Burford.daughter of banking institution. ,
a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing jewelryby ;
: of the lion. R. A. Burford I
having it examined at our store at least once every of that place. Miss Ruth Ley is visiting I Primarily chartered to handle trusts, $

month--examination cost you nothing. We do all kindsof :. two.Miss Meme Davis for a week or I the Trust Companies of the United States K i I
I have developed such efficiency that not one I'
manufacturing diamond setting fine watch repairingin '
I cent of trust funds committed to their ,
our shop thereby saving you time and a middleman's : Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walker and 1 I
lost failures. -
daughter, Miss Rena, who have been care have been through
profit. A trial will convince II | f fDare
you. spending some time in Orlando. !cr' j, investigated the service ofORLANDO
yesterday for Asheville N. C.. whe-e: : you II
: I they will spend several weeks, an i ; this institution,
then go to their home near Anr=*er- j
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hotel A. A.yesterday Cook. H. induced Leon:Lavfield.J. C. :Mr.e A-'ar- i,, ,

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Baltimore; Chas. F. Pritchard, Savannah -I ,
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T. Bancher Chattanooga; Henry Hoff- I and Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,000.00. Total Resources over Three \
man and wife. V. H. Schrollber, E. Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00.
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I I "Father," began Bernice Green, "I-I-want to speak married anyway. Still, daddy, without your permissionit
i with you concerning Jack Carrol. You see-" wouldn't seem like a marriage and there would always

AN UNUSUAL STORY i Joseph Grene jumped from his chair, threw his news- be a strain between us. Why can't you help us a little?
paper to the floor and walked nervously, if not madly, Give Jack a little start? You have plenty of money, no
,F I If i around the room. He was a self made man and the several one to care for except mother. I love you, daddy, and
; r hundred thousand dollars that he had accumulated after we're married I will love you just the same. There
I had been the result of years of work and labor. won't be any difference at all."
I Bernice, his beautiful daughter of twenty-one years, Joseph Green arose from his chair, disengaged himself
was the delight of his heart. He loved her. An only from his daughter's embraces, lighted a fresh cigar and
again walked around the room, deep in meditation. His
-. 1a daughter to cheer his home and bring sunshine to his
; 4 .heart, and she was speaking to him about "Jack," a spir- daughter's pleadings had not been in vain. Turning to
:, ited young accountant who wanted her hand in marriage. pretty Bernice he smiled, and coming to her held both
her hands in his. ,
"Jack"-commenced Joseph Green in tones "it
angry "
I' 1 "Bernice, he said, "I want to see you happy, and I
7 is always Jack Carrol, that is all I hear. Why that
.. man want to do the right thing. I must be going to the office,
can not support you in the manner ;you have been accus-
bu this evening I want a little chat with you about-
tomed to, and I won't tolerate a discussion concerning about Jack."
llo him. Do not mention marriage to me again Besides,
I Bernice saw her father at dinner. Following dinner
too to get married if 'Jack'
you are young even were get-
Father Green strolled to the lawn and called Bernice.
I I! ting a salary of $10,000 a year.
Cloistered the
uu-WhERE among fragrant Joseph Green
lF But Bernice would not refrain from the topic nearest turned to his daughter and laughingly remarked that he
her heart. She approached her father in a gentle and had something to say.
.. affectionate manner, laid her hand upon his arm, and in "Bernice, my girl, there was a lot of truth in what you.
her persuasive manner led him again to his easy chair. said this morning. I have thought about it and I wantto
' Then perching herself very close to her father she beganto make you a proposition."
tell him of her love for Jack. "Yes?" eagerly and breathlessly inquired Bernice.

"Why, father, Jack and I have known each other for "Now, I'm not so mean and stingy, am I? If you and
nearly ten years. We have gone to school together, lack love each other I'll agree to this proposition: If
'-- played on the commdns, and we know each other better you and Jack can buy a house and lot, buy your furniture,
than the majority of couples know each other. Of course dishes, clothes, kitchen utensils, open a bank account, or-
he isn't making a fortune at the company, but he's get- der groceries, meat, buy an automobile, get the telephone .
ting $100 a month, and what can you expect from a in, procure milk, get a piano, secure a maid, purchase silver ;
young fellow these days? Besides he has excellent habits and glassware equip your bathroom cabinet with toilet '
he doesn't drink, and every Sunday he teaches a class., articles, have the gas in, buy a phonograph, get your
of young boys at church. His habits are perfect; he has pictures taken, and get married ALL IN ONE DAY, AND
ideals, and just give him time and he will be general man- HAVE MOTHER AND ME OVER FOR DINNER IN
ager of the company. Why, daddy, when you were Jack's THE EVENING, I WILL AGREE TO PAY ALL EX- '
FATHER age mother married you when you were making a measly PENSES. IS IT A GO?"
$15 a week. When Jack is your age he will be making. "Yes," almost shrieked Bernice, "IT'S A GO!" I am j
big money, too. If you won't let us get married we'll get 1 1I 1I safe in speaking for Jack. We'll do it!"

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and Bernice Purchase an Automobile j! A Trip to Allen & Co."By .



the way, Jack, before we are crowded for time, I
t think we had better go at once and see about the wedding ;
ring, silverware and glassware, and I think we had better j
take mother's advice and go to Allen & Company, Jewelers J
on Orange Avenue. Mother has had lots of experience j
in buying and assisting her friends to buy things of ;
this kind, and she said the silverware and glassware car- i
After Bernice had told Jack of her father's offer that ried by Allen & Co., is certainly as complete as any she
very evening both agreed that the proposition was a fair ever saw, and she said this concern's prices are so much ;
one and that the marriage and house furnishing, etc., lower than the other places." j
could be accomplished very easily. "All right," said Jack. "We will at once go to Allen's," 1
The next day Jack agreed with Bernice that the first Upon entering this very handsome and up-to-date Jew- .i
thing to do was to buy an automobile, because it would : elry store they found it glittering with beautiful stocksof
facilitate their shopping and buying. <<< Jack went to the phone. "Give me 59. Is this the San : Mr. Allen greted them in a most cordial manner, and C '
Juan Garage on West Central avenue? Is Mr. Fort or having previously met Jack it did not take him long to ;
Mr. Rogers in? All right, it doesn't make any difference. _' : learn of the wants of the newlyweds to be. In less time y
Hello, Rogers. No, I don't want to ask you if I can rent t' : than it takes to tell it they were facing a display of silver-
an automobile, because I know you don't rent cars. I ware that contained every conceivable pattern. Bernicewas
want to buy. You know that Studebaker I looked at the : beaming with delight to know that she had found the
other day? Well, I want to buy it. Can I have it to- : place where she could obtain just the things her heart t;
morrow morning with the best driver in the garage? All 1 had long wished for. She said: "Why, Mr. Allen, I never l''
right, send it over sure tomorrow morning at 7 o'clock." : saw such a complete and exquisite stock in all my life, ash
"Those are fine fellows to deal with," said Jack, turning f : and your prices are so reasonable. You have everythingwe
to Bernice and snatching a kiss. "Fine boys and right on will need."
the job all the time. That Studebaker will take us over : After making their selections of silverware, they turn- +
the ground in great shape. I'll see you at 7 o'clock in the : ed to the big display: of cut glass and glassware, and were
morning. I'll get the license, never fear. Good-bye, I : equally charmed and had as much to say about it. a
, dear." ; At the jewelry counter, it did not take them long to
June 5 was a beautiful morning. Bernice heard the : find the weding ring, and from the big stock of gold and
honk of a Studebaker. She kissed her daddy goodbyeand platinum rings they finally decided on the gold ring at
fled from the house and into the arms of Jack. $5.00.In .
As they were seated in the Studebaker Jack turned to leaving the store, Bernice said to Mr. Allen that her
Bernice and whispered, "Say, dear, it's mighty nice to shopping in his store was delightful, and she said that
start out with a Studebaker; half of our troubles are she was going to tell all her friends about it. "It is even
solved." A clasp of the hand was Bernice's only answer. better than the thought that we are going to win father's .
With the ring and the license they sped towards the 'Ij
Presbyterian manse where the genial Dr. Stagg united
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automobile was purchased, the silver and glass-

ware had been selected and the wedding had been perf-


"Now," said Jack, the beaming froom, "the next thingto

just do a is minute to see,"H. Carl Dann. There he is now. 0, Dann, Newly Weds Open a Bank AccountAfter

The successful real estate man known far and wide for .

his brilliant sales in Orange County realty stepped to the

. car. "Congratulation, folks, you are right there on this .
marriage business. Course, the next thing is house and
Mr. and Mrs. Carrol had purchased their house
lot. We've got you right there. Follow me. = and lot Jack looked at his
llll slip and remarked that
Dann stepped into his car and closely followed by bride << 1)) : it would be
.. a good thing to open a bank account immedi-
raced to Colonial
and groom they ately at the Orlando Bank and Trust Company. In their
"See that fine cottage on the hill," said Dann lighting a :\ f .
car they sped to the corner of Orange avenue and Pine
fresh cigar, and slipping one to Jack, "There's the house ; street. Mr. Geo. E. Nolan was busily looking over some lltt
for you and the madame. Plenty of trees and foliage papers and letters.

above the Drive sidewalks, water, piped for
good height ,
"Hello Carrol
old boy. Just heard the
good A
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and has been
gas, ready for the electric never Sentinel reporter told me. Congratulations to both.
Sells for $2,500. Is it a ?
occupied. go
You certainly have a fine wife, Mr. Carrol, and Mrs. Car-
Jack and Bernice whispered a minute, and then Bernice -
rol you have equally as good a husband. A long life to =
f spoke up, "Mr. Dann, Father told me to see you the \ +I both of you. *
first thing. Your judgment is sufficient. Whatever you 1 o /
"It will
seem odd to have joint bank account
a yith you,
will suit Father will be tickled to death
say everybody. Jack, dear, whispered Bernice."
t when he comes over for dinner tonight, sees these six II "Yes '
lr agreed Jack. And then to Mr. Nolan: "We are
filled with fine furniture, and see how happy we
I rooms" / going to start our wedded life in the right manner, Mr.

t are. Nolan, and have selected a conservative and progressive
"Yes Dann "You can't on a buy
responded go wrong
banking institution. We want to take out a bank account.
like this. Here is dollars "
seventy to start with. .
' Jack "and the sale is made.
right, rejoined Mr. Nolan
soon filled out the book. "If have few
you a
Have the ready for to sign. Goodbye, old chap.
papers minutes let "
me show you the interior of the bank. = (
Take it easy tomorrow, and in a few days come out and II
i: a few minutes Mr. and Mrs. Carrol secured an impressive -
and the missus.
r see me j survey of the bank interior. As they saw the
The newly weds tickled beyond measure sped over the
massive vault Jack remarked that it would be
newly clayed Colonial Rrive and returned to the business .
good judgment to have
a safety deposit box. Mr.
district to finish their shopping. The big items were
Nolan assigned them a box and them the
of their for the and : gave keys.
out way present, they were happy.
As the Carrols departed Jack
remarked that it
"Do you know, dear," said Jack, turning to Bernice, : was a
pleasure to to
banking institution
go a where such
extreme -
"The real estate men are the makers of homes and homes
are the basis of the nation. Such men as Dann deserves :
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..... The chaffeur was next directed to turn down oak-shad-

.. ed Boone Street, and thence into Irvine, where he soon I

They Place a Want Ad in Morning Sentinel drew up at the huge warehouse of the F. Joseph Raehn

Plumbing Company, on the corner of Grace and Irvine

... Streets.

Here they were greeted by "Heinie," the genial son of _

the proprietor, who showed them about arid made some ".. 1.
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suggestions which helped wonderfully in planning the llt :
furnishing of the new bathroom. t< -1

"This, Jack, my boy, is absolutely the swellest shower

"Let's see," said Jack, whirling his machine into Or- that you ever set eyes on, it is put out by the Standard i

: ange avenue; "we'll have to make provisions for a maid. ( Sanitary Mfg. Co. of Pittsburg, and is certainly a peach." -

We'll go to the Sentinel office where results are obtained "Yes, Heinie, I must have a shower. Glad you men-

from want ads." ._ y tinoed this one," assented Jack.

"Yes," rejoined Bernice, "that is a fine establishment.I "And Heinie, you must not forget to put in one of those

advertised for a lost purse there one day and the next dear plate mirrows for I simply must have it," added

morning it was found and returned." cAt Bernice. "You see the reason we came to you was be

the Sentinel office, on Court street, Jack left a short z cause father says that your company does the highest

want ad."WANTEDAt. grade of work at the lowest prices of any concern in

once, capable maid for general house- ( town. Then, too he has known your father ever since he

work; good wages for right person. Inquire Colonial 1 \ Gam went into the plumbing business in Orlando 12 years ago,
Hills." uu and so we have confidence that the work will be well done

"Yes, one time will be enough." and finished on time." ,

"Twenty-five cents, sir." "That's so, Heinie, every word of it," said Jack, "and 'i' -
"All right," said Jack on leaving; "that'll get us a girl now we're going to leave everything in your charge. We'll .

in short order. Nothing like a morning newspaper for rely absolutely on your judgment to select the best that's

: results." possible, and be sure the job is finished by night.
./ Bernice explained "Father made a wager that we could

r / llJ .. not get married, buy a home, furnish it, and settle downto

... housekeeping all in one day. We were sure that we

... could and he said that if we were able to 'deliver the

.... goods he would foot all of the bills. That is the reason

.... that everything must be in place by tonight, for he is
.. to dine with us this evening and receive our report.

.... ; Good bye and don't fail us.!"


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Telephone Ordered InstalledLooking Order Spring WaterFrom

at his memorandum slip Jack found the next
item was a telephone. the Telephone Co., the Studebaker turned into
"Guess we'd better run around and see the Orlando Orange Avenue.
Telephone Company on Pine street, Bernice, and have the "Dear me," remarked Mrs. Carrol, "we almost forgot /YL
' phone installed right away in our new home." to order our Spring Water. Mother advised me to see lltl
In a few seconds they were at the company's office. about that the first thing. Still the morning is young yet
They were met personally by Mr. J. L. Dean, manager.His and we have plenty of time."
manner was very pleasant and agreeable. ( "Well," ejaculated "Jack, the best thing we can do is
"We have purchased a new home," began Jack, and it to stop in front of W. W. Wright's Good and Bad Cigar'
would be far from complete without a telephone." :.\ Store and put in an order for Elder Spring Water." h c '
"Yes," agreed Mr. Dean. "A telephone these days is The car stopped.Mr. ?
as essential as meat and potatoes; it is convenient, saves Wright, always on the job, and the alert representative -
time, insures promptness and promotes efficiency, whether ; ; C *of the Elder Spring Water Co., approached the car. t 1 1 n
in home or office." "Good morning, also congratulations, just heard the
"The question is," said Jack, "if we order the telephonenow li news."
can we have it installed today?" "How much is the Elder Spring Water, Mr. Wright,"
"Why, :Mr. Carrol, that is the easiest thing in the inquired Jack. r
world. I have a force of efficient workmen who are always ', "We deliver the water in five gallon bottles at 50c. per
\ ready to act-an order and in less time than it / bottle. You pay $1.00 for the demijohn, and when it is
takes to tell the telephone is in and ready for use. An returned your money is refunded. We deliver any min- I
individual line costs $2.25 per month. Excellent connec- ute. Service is our watchword."
tions makes it possible to talk to New York in a few min- jl I "Send down a botle in time for dinner tonight, send it l l i
utes. We have quick, immediate and easy communication t ii to our new home on Colonial Hills.
with all points throughout the county and state. In "Thanks, Mr. Carrol."
other words, the telephone places you in ready and instant > "Alright, Whitney, goodbye."
communication with your friends, your business, As they were driving away from the Good and Bad
and your associates." Cigar Store Bernice embraced the opportunity by saying:
As the Carrols left the Orlando Telephone Company, I "Jack, everybody should drink Elder Spring Water.
Bernice remarked with a sigh of relief, "There, that mat- : This water comes from the pure Elder Springs, located
ter is attended to, and it was a very important item. I : on the Orlando-Sanford Road, one mile north of Robinson ,
will feel so safe now in knowing that we have the best Springs. And it's pure too, Jack."
telephone communication that there is in the state. If : When I went to Rolins College I used to have work un-
you get sick, dear, it would only require a moment and a : der Dr. Baker. He subsequently analyzed the Elder .
physician would be at the door." : Spring Water and found it to be water that was free from
: al contamination. Let's go and buy our furniture now."
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house of "Kincaid & Snowden" on East Pine Street, the i
morning was well advanced, but once within the cool j
darkened interior of the furniture filled stock room they 1
forgot their haste, forgot everything everything, in fact, : The newlyweds had been astir since seven o'clock. They J
but the pleasure of making selections from the beautifuland had attended to much shopping and buying and were get-
useful articles which surrounded them. ting decidedly hungry.
"Yes, Mr. Snowden was saying, "we try to keep a com /;\ "Let's go to Field & Co., and take lunch," suggestedJack. :
plete line of furniture, at all prices. Our assortment is ; I) i
always up-to-date, and priced reasonably. Then too, we : "That suits me exactly," rejoined Bernice, who was
use a credit system by which you can pay for your goods starting out on married life by admirably following all of ,, 7Z 1
, on the installment plan. This feature, together with our ; : her husband's suggestions. She added: (', ,) i
exceptionally low prices makes our store one of the most "You know, Jack, I have been to a good many cafes, ;1
popular in the state." restaurants and swell hotels in my life, but I never have p .: i iI
"As an example of low prices which you find here, see I eaten a club sandwich like the one prepared and servedat j
this dresser at $6.50." t Fjeld's They are absolutely the epitome of all that is r 1
"That is certainly a bargain, but I suppose you have delicious and satisfying. Nice crisp toast, slices of chicken : e 4 ;
more expensive ones," said Jack. mayonaise dressing, a slice of bacon and lettuce with a 6
"0, to be sure we have all kinds of house furnishingsfrom pickle. Never tasted anything better." t
the cheapest that are good up to the most expen- I The car stopped and they entered Field & Co. It was ,
sive sets." clean, airy, wholesome and light. They took seats at a 'jI
")Ir. Snowden," said Bernice, "I have found a pretty table in the artistic bowery booth. Ye F
willow parlor set over here which ;you must certainly : Archie Field's smilingly approached them, I pre-
send up with our things." : sume you want one of our Club Sandwiches, well, I'll .
i "Very well, Madam, here is a bedroom set which you : make it a"Cupid Special," seeing that you are just married .
cannot afford to pass by." and let me extend congratulations. Long life and / j
Thus from one part of the store to another selectingan happiness." // 1
odd set of oak rockers here and refrigerators and ice- And then came the exquisite club sandwich, appetizing, /
cream freezers yonder. They found that the claims of satisfying, delicious. It together with a cup of fine coffee ;
the proprietors were fuly justified, and that all of the with whipped cream put them in splendid spirits and fort- :
high-class stock was priced at amazingly! low prices. So fied them for the strenuous afternoon of shopping. As a
low in fact, that it seemed impossible that the firm couldbe they left they felt sure the proposition that Father Green 9
making a profit on the sale. had made to them would be won in an easy fashion. j
Finally their purchases were completed, and they
watched as the workmen loaded them into the vans.
Then with a hearty good morning from the genial proprietor
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Jack Invests in a New Suit of Clothes &

The first thing Mr. and :Mrs. Carrol did after eating
lunch was to run round to H. Montgomery Smith, Pianos,
on the corner of Court and Church Streets. They were
greeted affably by :Mr. Smith who has a pleasing person- .
ality and who is an expert on musical instruments, anh
has a thorough knowledge of his business.
Jack shook hands with :Mr. Smith and introduced Mrs. After visiting the piano company: Bernice turned to A
Carrol. t( Jack, and said, "now look here, Jack Carrol, you have got
"Mr. Smith," began Bernice, "we want to buy a piano." S } to have some new clothes."
They looked over the large stock of pianos and playersand Jack laughed.
finally returned to the Story & Clark's new player.It "Yes, sir, you do. I'm not going to be dressed like a
was a beauty with a mahogany finish. "This player- sore finger myself, and expect my husband to wear
piano," explained. Smith, "is made in mahogany, burl threadbare clothes. If I'm entitled to a wedding outfit, ,
walnut or oak, but I would suggest that you take the you are too."
:Mahogany." a "I yield," said Jack, and turning to the driver, "Take us
Bernice and Jack agreed with genial proprietor who r to Yowell-Duckworth Co. Department Store, at the cor-
then explained in a general way the details of the new ner of Orange and Central Avenues."
player. He said there were 1100 pieces less in the new c l,1', ? Jack's watch showed 4.15. "Now, if we can only keepup
player than in the old, and that quickness of responsewas this speed, we'll be all right," said Bernice, reachingover
one of the principle features gained by reducing the and taking his hand. "This is surely some eventful
number of parts, for the latter reduces friction and there- day, isn't it?" she said, smiling. l
by requires less power to get the same effect. He stated "I'll say so, said Bob.
that the motor was of the rotary valve type creating only They arrived at the Yowell-Duckworth Store and Jack ,ti \
one frictional point. sprang out. "Aren't you coming?" he asked, turning to ;' ;;
Mr. and Mrs. Carol held a brief conference. "We'll find Bernice had not moved. "I don't know much about r%
take the new Story & Clark's Player, $650.00. Alright, clothes," she-answered laughing."Oh .
send it up to our new home on Colonial Hills and have it come on. I'll be wanting you to go down Saturday ,
there before six o'clock and ready to play." As they left nights and buy my clothes in about a year."
Mr. Smith handed them a little booklet, and after they She followed him to the Suit department. From out of
were comfortably seated in the automobile they read: an array of every style and kind of clothes, Mr. Clarence
"The makers have accomplished what they set out to Brown, manager of this department, showed him coat
do, to work out a player-piano in which the player and pi after coat. Bernice stood by, eyes wide open with in I
ano are built for each other. It is not merely a piano witha terest. "This is a strange experience for me," she whisp-
player in it of a player worked into a piano. Each ered to Jack, while Jack tried on three of the handsome
augments the other's efficiency.The r Kuppenheimer models, all of which he thought were ex- j II
piano case itself is entirely new in design, having cellent and low priced, until he found one that suited his %II I lii
hexagon-shaped trusses, a style that we do not recall having ,, fancy in every particular. He feared it would be the f j
) seen anything like before. The scheme is carried out most expensive, and was greatly surprised when Mr.
in design and finish and the case is a most attractive one. Brown informed him that the Great June Sale was on,
It is only twenty-eight inches in depth, a fact that bears and that the $25.00 suit had been priced at $18.75, a saying ,
t t out our claim of player simplification. of nearly $7.00.
: In the simplification of the player action, three new Jack moved over to the mirror and went through a ser-
features are noticeable: A system of pneumatics in ies of maneuvers, much to Bernice's delight, while inspecting -
: which reduction of the space occupied has been followed himself.
by greater efficiency; a motor in which smoothness of "And then they say they are not vain!" Bernice exclaimed -
i running is made more possible than where there is great- after a moment. "I believe that's all right," said
friction. to interfere; and the tracker, which is a thor- Jack, turning to Bernice, "I think it looks very, very;
oughly new idea for the. increasing the speaking size of well," she said.
the holes."
. "We've got a wonderful player," they exclaimed simu-
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t Toilet Articles .

r Suggested"Now
tIr The driver stopped the car at the office of the Orlando
Ir Water & Light Co., on North Orange Avenue. << "I wnat gas turned on at our new home. I've just
" bought the house, and of course I couldn't get along with-
out gas for cooking and heating water, and in the winterit I
is ideal for keeping the house nice and comfortable. I '

guess the service is practically uniform all the year ; 4j
round, isn't it?" ?
I "Absolutely," :Mr. Joe Cheney replied, as he filled out '
the blank. ,
p 1 ( / we had better right :
go up McElroy's -
I want one of those Rust Proof Ranges, with Glass
on Orange Avenue, and get the talcum
Oven Doors and Enamel Pans and a Rudd Automatic f I perfume, soap,
: powder and other things need said Jack
we as he gave
Heater. And I want you to see that everything is
i I the command to the driver of the car.
ready for me to use Reznor Heaters this winter, and to :
They were soon within the pharmacy. As they entered
install bathroom wall heater in bathroom. I wantto
a my / I II'll
: they saw exceptionally complete stocks in everything
put in the heaters now so when cold weather hits us % '
I : they needed in the drug line displayed in the show cases, l
be prepared. ( I which Jack and Bernice l
were inspecting, when the clerk
sir. We'll fix everything for imme-
"All right, you / : approached to wait them.
1 on
Thank Mr. Carrol." /
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diately. you : "This is just about what we want," said Jack.
: "Very well," said the clerk. "That is very fine per- 1 %
fume and soap, and I think at the price at which we offer d
ffiLDIIJ : it, you will find it very satisfactory." ? e

.. : "You can wrap up the perfume and a dozen cakes of j'
soap, and send them up to the house," Jack told him.
: "You deliver, don't you?" \

: "Oh, yes, delivery is one of our main features," said
: the clerk. "We have built up a big trade just on our delivery -
I service alone."
: "Now, let's see your talcum powder," Bernice said. '
: The clerk set several kinds out on the showcase. "We o '
: like to sell this kind of powder because it is the best made
and we know that it is the best quality."
: "Well, let's try a box o that and send it along with the
other things," said Bernice.
Jack paid for the supplies and remembering that this
store was famous for its cream and sodas, they quenched
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Robinson Takes Their PicturesJack 1


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must get some milk at once," said Bernice, as she ;I

: took her seat in the car. "You know I almost forgot that, looked at his watch. Two hours more and their

and arranging for the milk and cream is one of the most : work would be complete, and in three hours more, they

important things we have to do. At home we have been : would be sitting down to dinner with father and mother

using Vivian's milk and cream, and it has given us grand : Green.
satisfaction. The cream whips beautifuly, and mother o "Do you think we will make it all right?" Bernice
shows it to be : asked.
says the health department's report always
about the best for babies, it is certainly good enough for : "Sure we will," said Jack. "While we're out, let's have

; ; us." : our picture taken. We'll have time."

"Well take us out to H. A. Vivian's Dairy on Lake :Minnie : o "Take us to Robinson's Studio, room 24, on the second

," said Jack to the driver, and the car darted up the : floor of the \Vatkin's Block," said Jack.
street. : The machine purred faster down Central Avenue. ll

Upon entering Vivian's Dairy they at once knew that it ? : "We would like to have our pictures taken," he told << = l
was the cleanest milk depot they had ever seen, and Ber- I' o Mr. Robinson, who is owner of this high-class and very,
nice immediately said to Mr. Vivian: "We would like to % 11 !i : reliable studio. i ti tiThe

get a quart of milk, and have your wagon leave us a :. setting was quickly arranged. We like to get as ti
quart every morning. And we want you to also leave us far as posible from stiffness or anything suggesting a

a half pint of cream every morning. Tomorrow we will pose," said Mr. Robinson as he hurried about making

take eight quart tickets, which you sell for $-, and 7 preparations.e have had wonderful success working

half-pint cream tickets at $-. My mother has used along that line." -

your cream for a long time, and it whips better. than any As Jack and Bernice emerged from the studio, Mr.

cream we have ever bought in Orlando." Robinson produced samples of his folders. "We can make

Mr. Vivian thanked the newly-weds, and said: "Our s //rI you pictures at almost any price." He laid out rows of

wagon will call early in the morning, and I am sure you folders of various kinds. "Now here," he said picking up '\

will continue to take our milk. It comes from healthycows one, "is a very popular style at $15.00 a dozen. We cangive ; TI

and clean barns, and is absolutely pure. Phone 158 pictures to you at $6.00, and as high as $40.00. In r I

at any time for anything further in our line." all cases, however, our work is guaranteed first-class." -"(

"Bob, dear, we have certainly arranged to get the very Jack and Bernice carefully inspected the line of folders

best milk and cream in town," said Bernice, as they were and selected two styles. They ordered two dozen of the

walking out to the waiting car. two sittings.

When they were comfortably seated Bernice continuedto "Mr. Robinson certainly knows his art," remarked

talk about Vivian's Dairy. "Mother always did regard Bernice as they were going downstairs, "and he is _

Vivian's place as the leading dairy in Orlando, and the simply great on views and kodak finishing. When you

things we saw today certainly prove it beyond a doubt. leave a kodak film with him you are sure of getting ex-

I think every mother and housewife in Orlando should in- cellent results, and right on time. He never makes a

vestigate the superior manner in which the concern promise unless he means to keep it. After we get in our

serves its milk and cream to the public. Vivian's dairyis new home we will have him come down and make some

a God-send to the milk-drinking people of Orlando. interior and exterior views." .

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[ Goes Shopping

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: After leaving Branch's Book and Music Store Bernice
Jack found Bernice looking over her list when he : declared that she simply would not wait another minute

jumped into the car. "Why so pensive," he asked joy before purchasing a bridal outfit. So they hastened to

ously.Bernice's. the Ladies' Suit Department at the Dickson & Ives Storeon
face wore a look of trouble. "Oh, dear,"
Orange Avenue. Here Bernice was besieged by a bevyof
she said, "do you think we can make it? I get so dis- girl friends who had just learned of her marriage
couraged when I look over this list."
t from someone in the grocery department, where the new-
rola."Cheer" up, said Jack. Now we are going to get a Vic- ly-weds had called earlier in the day.

Jack was completely at a loss now and felt he migh as .
He told the driver to take
them to Branch's Book and
well have remained outside in the car, but just as he was
Music Store, next door to the Postoffice, and the way
edging away from the chattering group of girls Marion
down they discussed the prices-$15.00, $25.00, $40.00,
Ives came up, and with the heartiest of congratulations t \
$75.00, $100.00, $150.00 $200.00 and $300.00, and the enquired what he could do for the Carrols."I .
style of the machine would
they buy. believe Bernice had some wild idea of buying a
"I think we can get a good machine for $75.00 or $50, :
wedding outfit here, Marion, but apparently she has for-
don't ? he asked. "We don't all
you want to spend the
gotten that we are getting married on a bet, and that
father has
money got. l llt every minute counts today with us," replied Jack. .., r
"I think have lots =
we of nerve to spend that much, ,
Bernice replied. This reminded the girls that it was important for Ber-

nice to make haste, and they considerately postponed
"Oh, I don't know, he agreed to furnish the house com
their chatter, and set to work piling laces and flouncings,
pletely. That's in the bet. No house is complete with-
out Victrola." lingerie and every conceivable variety of beautiful dress
a goods before her. At the end of the siege she emerged
They were at the door of the store and for
paused a
? from the barricade of beautiful stuff, flushed but tri-
moment to look at the machines in the window. Will
umphant. As they started toward the door, she exclaimed -
Branch took them to the battery of polished machinesand
seated them in comfortable chairs. He :
put on a o "Oh, Jack, who would have believed that they can sell
record. V a such beautiful things at such ridiculously low prices. II
"That seems all right," said Jack, turning to Bernice, / f i
I of those
Why, actually bought one exquisite Belgiumblue
when the singer had finished. "I think that
we might shades of crepe de chine for $1.16 per yard, that I
just as well take that. Can get it ?"
right ,
you up away '
know could not be duplicated for $1.50. And organdies,
"We will send it at Mr. Branch
up answered.
I bought one of the daintiest imaginable. You know this
"Now, we want $ome records too? G "
/ company imports them direct, and such a bargain.
"Bernice select Jack
some, said.
"I also bought a complete outfit of lingerie, and sincewe
"We have a large assortment of records
Mr. Branch
have the car I simply had to get one of those bargain
said consulting his catalogue.
Palm Beach Suits for motor trips. As for hose, well Iwouldn't '
"Well, you might send up 12 of your best numbers,"
have believed it myself, half an hour ago, but
"If you want anything else, phone 28-and by the way,
they actually carry twenty-five different shades in the
the Victrola plays any disc record better than other
machine." Gordon Line, besides many others in the Everwear and

Phoenix line. Oh, Jack, it was great, simply great, and
"Oh we know that, said Bernice a friend of ours has
the laces! !
" -
a $200.00 model and a number of other disc records."

"That will certainly entertain us for one evening, anyway
." put in Jack.

I "You can send that up right away; can you?" Bernice
asked."I .

will send the records and the machine up right away
with a man who can put it in running order."

"That will be just fine," said Bernice. Now where to?" "

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And They Must Have Food"Take Must Have Pure Ice


us over to the Dickson-Ives Co., Grocery Storeon .
Orange Avenue, please," said Jack to the driver.
They stopped directly in front of the door and Bernice
lost no time in telling the clerk that she would like to
deal there regularly, and would like to be sure of good

service. It was a warm day and as they were rushing around
"You can rest assured any time," said the clerk, "that finishing up their shopping Bernice exclaimed"Jack, I
what you get here will be the best obtainable and the want a drink of ice-" ,
prices reasonable." "Ah," exclaimed Jack, "I knew there was something
"I know it is a very good store," Bernice said enthu- vitally important that we forgot. It's nothing more or ,
siastically. "All of my friends deal here and they have less than ICE."
good success." She paused for a moment to inspect her In an instant the car was turned and they were headedto
list, finally laying it on the counter. "Here," she said, the Orlando Water and Light Co., again on North Or-
"is about what I will need first and if you will fill that and ange Avenue.

send it up we willbeprettywell supplied with the staples." \ "Hello, Donald, we want some Ice' said Jack, addres-
Then she turned to Jack, "What should we have for din- ( 1 :} sing Donald A. Cheney, who knows more about the quality -
ner dear?" of ice than anyone in this section of Florida; then ad- ': S1))
"My dear, he said, "there is one thing I positively refuse i y ding, "We want it to night. Rush the order
to do, and that is to dictate the menue. I am sorry ; :Must: have it right away. If we don't have ice tea for.
to say I can't help you. That's your work." Father Green thre will be something doing. ;1 .
"0," said Bernice, with a shrug of her shoulders"yourwife "Easiest thing in the world," replied :Mr.: Cheney, "our ,
shall take supreme command." wagons are on the move and at our patrons' disposal '
"Absolutely," said Jack. t every minute. There is no need to worry. Hope you'll win
"Suppose you send a couple of cans of soup, a half doz- your bet. You've got our ice, electricity and gas and you
en grapefruit, three cans of French Peas, a bushel of potatoes surely deserve to win." "M ,
a pound of bacon, two dozen eggs, and a pound of Jack and Bernice cuddled up closely in their roomy
Chase & Sanborn's Fine Coffee," and Bernice went on to t Studebaker and Bernice whispered, so the chauffeur "y
enumerate the things to have for din- wouldn't hear, "Jack, if you failed to get that ice father I
ner, including a varied assortment of Richelieu Goods. would have thrown a fit. If there is anything he likes its
.' "How much does that amount to?" she asked, when the O. W. & L. Co.'s Ice. He's a crank on the subject, and he
clerk had entered up the figures.He wants plenty of it. Say, its a great purifier and good for
told her. "
all ills. \
"That seems very reasonable," she said, and you will. "Let me tell you something," answered Jack, "Your y If
send them up? father has an eye for business. He wouldn't have made a
"Just as fast as our superb livery can take them," the success in life if he had been using any kind of ice. That
clerk replied. "Where do they go?" She told him No. O. W. & L. Ice is made from the purest distilled and filtered -
Colonial Hills. water. It is as pure as God's fresh air. You can .
"We will see that they are sent up right away," he said. use it in tea or milk or in anything and never have to fear
"Now, remember we have a complete line of everything.All evil results. I wouldn't have any other kind of ice, and
you have to do is to call and we'll deliver any time and neither would you." *
you can rest assured that what we send will be the very

"That's very satisfactory, indeed," Mrs. Carrol said as
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Two Boxes Cigars From W. W. Wright ,


They Choose Their Meat MarketJack

As they drove down Orange Avenue from Church St.,
a sudden thought struck Jack, and he leaned forward to
draw up in front of W. \Wright's Good and Bad Cigar
Getting out of the car Jack and Bernice entered the
handsomest tobacco emporium in Orlando. The youthful
appearing proprietor came forward, and after a cordial
greeting enquired if the Elder Spring Water which they studied his list as he walked to the sidewalk. "I
had ordered that morning had not suited them. think we had better go down and order meat for the din-
"There is no complaint to be made about the water, ner tonight," he said, and he instructed the driver to take
Whitney, for it was all to the good. What I want now, tilt them to H. :M.: Self, "The Parlor :Market: ," on Pine Street. << however, is more in your line.. t ) Upon entering the door they were immediately impressed 1
"You must mean Cigars then, and if you do I can cer with the neatness and cleanliness of the place. Everything '
tainly give you the best than money can buy. I keep ;r looked so white and pretty, and the display of the .
almost a hundred different brands in stock. Think you meats on the marble counters and in the glass ice boxes -
can make a selection from that number, eh?" was just about perfect, and it showed them that they
"Guess I could if I had time, but as you know this is c were in a modern meat market. z 'L"We
" my busy day, Whitney, so if its all the same to you I e? are just going to housekeeping," Bernice said, v
would be much obliged if you would suggest one or two of shyly, and" we would like to depend upon you to furnishour
the best brands which you carry. meats.
"Well, now, Jack, you've got me guessing for although L I "Very well," said Mr. Self, smiling. "We will try to give r yyy y,' "''
I admit that there are some 'bad' cigars in the store, the yyy o you the best of service and satisfaction. I think that you
most of them are so good that it is hard to choose. However will find our prices are very reasonable, and that the
quality of our meats is the best."
we are at present featuring two brands which can-
not fail to please you." : "Well, it certainly looks very inviting as much as I .
"What are their names?" I have seen of it," Bernice said. '"
"One is called the 'Red Brother' and the other is 'La ; (( Bernice thanked :Mr.: Self for the information he had #/1" ,

Normand;' they are both topnotchers, and the smoking ,, given them, and she ordered a ten-pound roast, saying: /
of them makes you glad to be alive." "We will try that first, and I'll telephone you orders from
"Come on Jack," called Bernice, "you see that there is time to time."
a crowd of people here waiting for you to leave so that "All right, thank you, we'll be very glad to fill them.
Wright can sell them cigars. The clerks are all busy, We have a splendid delivery system, and are ready to
and have been ever since we came in." handle your trade in the best possible way."
f All right Bernice, so long Whitney. Send one box of "That certainly is a fine meat market," Bernice remarked
. each of the brands you spoke of and come over some day as they turned to the waiting machine.
, to visit us in our new home. Be sure that they are there
by time for dinner. Dad is going to drop in on us this
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Artistic Electrical Fixtures Hand's Ice Cream OrderedThey


were home. The fixtures were in, lights were on

gas had been connected, the piano was installed, pictureswere

Driving slowly down Church street to the cool inviting up, the table was set, the maid was preparing din-

entrance of the Arcade they again left the car and en- ner, everything was ready to receive Mr. and Mrs. Joseph

tered the display room of the Caplinger Electric Co. Green, the bride's happy parents who were coming over
Bernice insisted that the lighting of their new home to enjoy the evening and partake of the first dinner in the

4" the evening when her father and mother called. There- new home.

was one of the most important items, for it was to be in : "We will win father made," exclaimed l

fore she believed that beautiful and artistic lights would serve to heighten the favorable impression which they l<< = 1 They walked around and around the house and surveyed -

hoped the home of a day would create in the minds of her \ everything with critical eyes. Bernice went to the y
parents. y kitchen and returned in a second, "Jack we have forgotten j

"Mr. Caplinger," Jack explained, "we have come to the ice cream." .
you to get the electrical fixtures for our new home. We yip : "That is nothing to worry about." He stepped to the

wish to get the most artistic lighting system which is a=' ? r : Phone. ?

obtainable, and feel sure that we can find it in here." ; "Give me 566, Central, please." d

"You certainly came to the right place," was the re- : "Hello, is this Hand Ice Cream Co.? Oh, is this you,
irridis- : Mr. Hand? Well we're all ready for dinner and want ice
ply, "what do you say to that, pointing to a large / ,
cent shower chandelier. r I : cream. What have you got?" '
and Harry E. Hand replied "Everything that human taste
"Beautiful ,and so are those adjustable desk lights ,
t those classy student lamps? Bernice don't you think we / : can desire. Vanilla, Strawberry, Chocolate, Cherry, Pine-

should have one of each?" : apple, Peach, Lemon, Banana Tutti Frutti and Nessel-

"Yes, Jack, and you should have one of those handy : rode, besides ices."
little 8-inch oscillating fans to put on your desk when you "Send me up a brick of Nesselrode and Tutti Frutti," / (

have to bring part of your work home at night," : said Jack, "and have it here by 6.30." (

"Right you are dear, and look over here, I wonder what : Everything was now attended to and they were eagerly l/

that little contraption is, looks as though it might be a awaiting Father and Mother Green.
griddle of something like that." : "The Nesselrode will make a hit with mother and the

"It is called the 'El-Grilstovo,'" interposed Mr. Caplinger. : tutti frutti will put father in the best of spirits," said

"You see nearly everything can be done with elec- : Bernice.
tricity these days. With this little stove you can fry "You bet," replier Jack, "nothing like Hand's Ice

pancakes, broil meat, bake bread, or in fact do almost : Cream for a finishing touch.

any sort of cooking. It only costs five dollars, and is fully :
guaranted." :

"All right, Mr. Caplinger, please send one around. We
must be going now. Please be sure that the lights are in

place by night. You will find the house address on this :

card. Good afternoon, and many thanks for your kind- :

; ness." ..


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There yet remained several minutes before Mr. and Home for Dinner, Father Pays the Bill

Mrs. Green would arrive for dinner. Jim, the chaffeur,

had gone for them in the new car, and was expected in

twenty minutes.

Bernice, the thoughtful one was thinking, finally she
spoke: Everything in the new home was in place and ready for
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Green. They arrived -
know medical ad-
"Do you Jack, we haven't selected a
and with pride and delight critically surveyed the
visor. We should have a family physician, one that can
home and its elegant furnishings. The player piano was
take care of us in case of sickness.
going which added to the general charm of the new home.
"I never thought of that dear, but now that it has been
suggested, I think it would be wise for us to decide on a h "Well, children," began Father Green, "it looks as
. you had won the proposition I made to you last night.
capable man, one long trained in his profesion, and one
who would keep us in the prime of health and vigor, and Your" are married, and have gone to housekeeping in earn- tt

at the least possible cost." est. l
"I know of only one man of that character, and that is Dinner was served and everything tasted fine, and the ,
Dr. R. M. Buckmaster, the Osteopath, of Buckmaster & happy quartet relished every portion of the perfect din- J \ y

Brundage, over the People's National Bank on Orange ner.At
Avenue. To my mind there is nothing in the way of mod- its conclusion they retired to the spacious veranda
where the cool breezes floated c
from Colonial Drive made t
science that with This
ern compares osteopathy. was '
Jack's firm agreement with his wife, who was warm in life highly enjoyable. Father Green turned to Bernice "
and Jack. "This is one of the most pleasurable momentsof
her praise of asteopathy and the methods employed by r
the profession in the treatment of all ailments. r/ my life. I am indeed happy that I agreed to pay for all

"Dr. Buckmaster and his associate," continued Jack I I the furnishings, and am proud of my new son-in-law."
"And so am I," chimed in the beaming Mother Green.
"are conscientious and their diagnosis of any case is arrived -
. "Bring me a check book and pen," said Mr. Green, in
. at by deep, faithful study. Dr. Buckmaster re-
ceived personal instruction under Dr. Andrew T. Still, at I so many words. 1 rr If A
' With a decided show of haste and Jack and
" eagerness
Kirksville: Mo., the founder of osteopathy. Osteopathyis
Bernice raced to the writing table and returned with the
the anti-medicine system of practice for the cure of /
ink and blank check.
disease to which the human body is liable. /
every /
"How much did it to Jack?"
come %
"Dr. Buckmaster has a thorough knowledge of anat-
Jack produced the figures and then father wrote the
In this all
omy and physiology. respect osteopaths are check.
experts-upon this is the foundation of their success. One
"There children is the check
of the as promised. May your
of the greatest secrets profession by which the
osteopaths claim to cure all the diseases is that steady life be one of continued blessings and happiness."
Jack shook father's hand
warmly and Bernice em-
pressure over a given nerve center will produce a certain
braced him and covered his ruddy cheeks with kisses.
result, and that thus by working upon these nerves and
blood vessel centers the organic system can be so con- (The End.)

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*a1 The maidservant stood on one sideto we came Into Southampton early this

I" r let him pass. Almost at the same morning, and here I am. Say. beforewe

moment the door of the front room go any further tell me about

The BLACK BOX II' J A .S I opened and a pleasant-looking elderly I Craig."

6 II lady appeared "',"e.ye had him." Quest confessed,

By E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIMAuthor I ,4 I "I am Mrs. Willet." she announced. I "and lost him again. lie escaped last

-& "I am Mr Quest," the criminologist night.

of Mr. Grex of Monte told her quickly. "You may have ""'here from?" Laura asked

Carlo," "The Vanished Mess- t \J x heard your niece, Lenora speak of I "Hamblin house

enger.""The Ushted\Vay."etc. I I I st me." "Say is that anywhere near the
"Then perhaps you can tell me what I south coast?" the BBmanded excitedly

wr\\ > has become of her?" Mrs. Willet ob-I 1.
from the motion picture drama of the same name produced by the
film Manufacturing Company. Illustrated with served. I "It's not far away," Quest replied,
tOTe1ized photographs from the motion production O
picture "Isn't I "
she here? quickly. '\"hy!

a t Lh. 11L Mrs. Willet shook her head. "111 tell you why" Laura explained.
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< .l: "I had a telegram from her from "I was as sure of it as anyone: couldbe.
(Copyright 1315. by Otis F. Wood.
Plymouth to say that she was coming, Craig passed me in Southamptonwater
"We must not eat or drink or sleep f4y
SYNOPSIS. I but I've seen nothing of her as yet." this morning, being rowed out
"until have
Quest declared, fiercely we .
end. "You've changed your address, you i to a steamer. Not only that but he
brought this matter to an Craig
Sanford Quest, master criminologist of is I k know," Quest reminded her, after a I Imoment's recognized me. I saw him draw back
This the
the world finds that In must be found. supreme
bringing to Jus-
s F reflection. and hide his face, but somehow I
lice Macdougal. the murderer of Lord horror of alL" I
Ashei h's daughter, he has but just begun "I wrote and told her" Mrs. Willet couldn't believe that it was really he.
The butler made an apologetic ap
a lif e-and-death struggle with a mysterious began. "After all, though she went I was Just coming down the gangway
master criminal. In a hidden hut pearance. lIe spoke in a hushed whis-
In Professor Aahlfc>lgh'. garden he has 4 : on thoughtfully, "I am not sure whether and I nearly fell into the sea, I was

seen an anthropoid ape skeleton and a per."You J 4 she could have had the letter. But so surprised.
living inhuman creature, half monkey, are wanted downstairs gentle- ,3.
half man. destroyed by fire In his rooms men. Middleton, the head keeper is if she went up to Hampstead. anyone i Quest was already turning over the

have appeared from nowhere black boxes would tell her where I had moved to. pages of the timetable.
containing diamonds that had been torn there.
from the owner's throat by a pair of armless As though inspired with a common There's no secret about me." "What was the steamer?" he demanded

threatening hands and sarcastic,
threatening notes signed by the Inscruta idea both Quest and the professor hurried "Lenora did go up to 157 Elsmere .

ble hands. Laura and Lenora. his assistants out of the room and down the road yesterday," Quest told her. "They "I found out," Laura told him "I

suspect Craig the professor's valet, 1 Y I gave her your address here, as they tell you, I was so sure of it's being
of the double murder of floss Brown.Quest's broad stairs. inspiration wasa
have just it Craig that I made no end of inquire
valet, and a Miss Quigg. Quest true one. The gamekeeper wel- given to me.
traps Craig': but he escapes to Englandon "Then what's become of the child?" ies. It was the Barton bound for
a tramp steamer. The black boxes comed them with a smile or triumph. "

continue to appear in uncanny fashion. By his side the picture of abject misery Mrs. Willet demanded. India first stop Port Said.

Notified of Craig's recapture by Scotland I I Quest, whose brain was working "When does she sail?" Quest asked."Tonightsomewhere .
' Yard men Quest and the professor go to his clothes torn and muddy was "
Hamblin house. Lord Ashleigh's home In i j i Craig! quickly, scribbled; upon one of his about seven,

England only to find that Craig has again "I've imagined this little job sir" cards the address of the hotel where Laura replied

escaped. I'I Middleton announced, with a smile of "I'll Give a Ten-Pound Note to Anyone Who Gets Me Out to the Barton Be- he had taken rooms and passed it Quest glanced at the clock and
threw down the timetable. He turned
NINTH INSTALLMENT : slow triumph. fore She Sails." over.
toward the door. They all followed
I "How did you get him?" Quest de- "Why Lenora didn't come on to you

here I can't imagine" he said. "How him.
CHAPTER XX. manded. A new interest seemed suddenly to The woman shrieked. The butler suddenly "
ever I'll back to the hotel where "I'm for Southampton he an
"Little idea go
of my own, the gamekeeper
the to en-
have into man
crept Hardaway's manner. sprang upon
she was to spend the night after she nounced. "I'm going to try to get on
LOST IN LONDON. continued. "I guessed pretty "Let me see." he said, "if she left ter and sent him spinning down the board that steamer before she sails.
arrived.. She have back
Quest notwithstanding the unusual well what he'd be up to. He'd tumbledto Clifford's hotel about two, she would steps. Almost at that instant there may gone Lenora you'd better upstairs and
there. That's address Mrs. Willet go
my ,
nature of his surroundings slept that it that the usual way off the moor have been at Hampstead about half- was a scream from upstairs. Quest lie down They'll give
If hear anything I wish let you a room
night as only a tired and healthy man was pretty well guarded, and he'di past two- She would waste a few min- took a running jump and went up the you you'd here. Don't stir out till I

He awakened the next morning I i doubled back through the thin line stairs four at time. The butler, who me know. Lenora's quite a particular you comeback
can. was utes in making inquiries then she a Professor what about ?"
I I of woods close to the house. I dug friend of mine and I am a little anx you
by the quiet movements of a manservant probably left Hampstead for West had so far defied arrest, suddenly i "I shall the
ious. accompany you, professor
who had brought back his I one of my poachers' pits sir, and covered Kensington say at a quarter to three. snatched the revolver from liard- declared.

brushed and pressed. it over with a lot of loose stuff. Give at of the away's hand and fired blindly in frontof Quest had already opened the front
clothes carefully me once a description "And Lenora
I That got him all right. When I went door for himself and passed out. lie nothing, declared,
"Breakfast is served at nine o'clock, I I young lady," he demanded. him, missing Quest only by an inchor firmly, as she caught at Quest's
to look this morning I saw where he'd sprang Into the taxi which he had
sir. It is now half-past eight""I'll Quest drew a photograph from his two."Don't "would keep me away."
fallen and there he walking kept wafting
through "
I I was be fool Karl! the
be right there. pocket and passed it silently over. a : woman "rll
"Clifford's hotel in telephone to Scotland Yard, In
round and round at the bottom likea called out "The Take it Payne street,
The man withdrew and Quest madea caged animal. Your servants have "Mr. Quest," he said "it is Just pos- game's up. he told the man. case they care to send a man down

brisk toilet The nameless fears of quietly. Quest decided.
that your visit here has been an
telephoned for the police Mr. Ash Once the shriek throughthe He lit a cigar and smoked furiouslyall
the previous night had altogether dis- i exceedingly opportune one." more rang They caught a train to Southampton -
leigh. the it to the
house. Quest rushed to the door way on pave-
appeared. At the last moment he I "Come along with me" he con where they were joined by a man
Quest suddenly whispered to the pro- of the room from whence it came,tried ment as he hurried into the quiet private -
stretched out his hand to take hand from Scotland Yard. The little
a party
tinued. "We'll talk as we
fessor. Then he turned to the keeper. I go. the handle and found it locked. He hotel which a fellow passengeron
kerchief from his satchel. A sudden f
drove as quickly as possible to the
INDring him upstairs. Middleton, for I They entered a taxi and drove off the steamer had recommended as
exclamation broke from his lips. He ?I ran back a little way and charged docks.
a moment" he directed. "Follow us, westwards."Mr. I i From inside he could hear a turmoil of being suitable for Lenora's one night
stood for moment turnedto '
a as though "Where does the Barton start
please. Quest, he went on, "for two alone in town.
voices. White with
ana passion,
stone. Before him on the top of 11 rage from?" Quest asked the piermaster.
They passed into the bedchamber. months we have been on the track of he pushed and kicked madly. There "Can you tell me if Miss Lenora
the little of white
pile cambric wasa The man pointed out a little
Quest signed to the keeper to bring a man and a woman whom we strongly ,I was a shot from inside, a bullet came Macdougal is staying: here?" he askedat way
small black box With a down the water."She.s .
Craig to the side of the fourposter.Then suspect of having decoyed half a I I through the door within an inch of his the office. "
the fingers which was almost me- not in dock, sir he said."She's .
he drew down the sheet. I dozen perfectly respectable young The woman shook her head.
I head, then the crash of broken crockery
chanical he removed the lid and drew lying out yonder. You'll bare-
"Is that your work?" he asked, women and shipped them out to South and a man's groan. With a final "Miss\ Macdougal stayed here the "
out the customary little scrap of pa- I ly catch her, I'm afraid he added,
per. He smoothed it out before him sternly. America. effort Quest dashed the door in and night before last," she said, "and her glancing at the clock.

Craig, up till .then, had spoken no "The white slave traffic!" Quest staggered into the room. Lenora luggage is waiting for orders. She left
on the dressing case and read the mes- I They hurried to the edge of the
word. He had shambled to the bed gasped. was standing in the far corner, the here yesterday afternoon to go to her
sage: quay.
have side a broken, yet, in a sense, a stolid I "Something of the sort," Hardaway front of her dress torn and blood upon aunt's, and promised to send for her "
"You will fail here as yjpi "Look here, Quest cried, raisinghis
figure. The sight of the dead man i admitted. "Well, we've been closing her lips. She held a revolver in her things later on during the day. There
failed before. Better go back. Thereis voice, "I'll give a ten-pound note
I however seemed to galvanize him into the net around this interesting couple, hand, and was covering a man whose they stand, all ready for her."
more danger for you in this country to anyone who gets me out to the
than you dream of." sudden and awful vitality. lie threw and last night I had information head and hands were bleeding. Around "What time did she go?" Carton before she sails."

His teeth came fiercely together and t up his arms. His eyes were horrible brought to me upon which we are act- him were the debris of a broken jug. "Directly after an early lunch. It The little party were almost thrown'

his hands were clenched. His thoughtshad i as they glared at those small black ing this afternoon. We've had them "Mr. Quest!" she screamed. "Don't must have been about two o'clock." into a tug and in a few minutes they

marks. His lips moved backwards and watched and it seems that they were go near him-rye got him covered.
like a flash to Lenora. Wasit Quest hurried away. So after all were skimming across the smooth
gone forwards helplessly at first. Then at sitting in a tea place about three I'm all right.
possible that harm was intended for I there was some foundation for this water. Just as they reached the
last he spoke."Strangled o'clock yesterday afternoon when a Quest drew a long breath. The man
her? He put the idea away from him queer sense of depression which had steamer, however, she began to move.

almost as soon as conceived. The !" he cried. "One more!" I young woman entered who was obI who stood glaring at him was well been hovering about him for the last "Run up alongside" Quest ordered.

thing was unimaginable. Craig was "That is your work," the criminologist viously a stranger to London. You : dressed and still young. He was unarmed few days! The captain came down from the

here, must be here, in the close vicinity I said, firmly. I see the time fits in exactly if your as- I however, and Quest secured "Scotland Yard., he told the taxi bridge where he had been conferringwith

of the house Craig collapsed. He would have sistant decided to stop on her way to him in a moment. driver. the pilot

The atmosphere, of the pleasant fallen bodily to the ground if Middle- Kensington and get some tea. She "The girl's mad!" he said sullenly. lie thrust another cigar between his "Keep away from the side there,"

breakfast room to which in due course ton's grip had not kept him up. Quest asked the woman at the desk the best "No one wanted to do her any harm." teeth but forgot to light it He was he shouted. "Who are you!"

bent over him. It was clear that he means of getting to West Kensington ,, Hardaway and his men came trooping "We are In search of a desperate
he descended cheerful enough.
was had fainted. They led him from the without taking a taxicab. Her description :, up the stairs. Quest relinquished criminal whom we believe to be on
had taken her
Lady Ashleigh already room. tallies exactly with the photograph his prisoner and went over to Lenora.
the head of the table.
place at
"We'd better lock him up until the you have shown me. The wom- "I've been so frightened," she I

She touched an electric bell under police arrive," Quest suggested. "I an whom my men were watching ad- sobbed. "They got me in here-they !

her foot and a moment or two later suppose there is a safe place somewhere dressed her and offered to show her told me that this was the street in

the butler appeared."Go ?" the way. They left the place together.My which my aunt lived-and they

.' up and see how long your master The professor awoke from his men followed them. The house : wouldn't let me go. The woman was ;LA ? tc
will be?" Lady Ashleigh directed. I .3
stupor. has been watched ever since and we horrible. And this afternoon this man

"Very good your ladyship." "Let me show you," he begged. "I are raiding it this afternoon. You and came. The brute!" "

The man was backing through the know the way. We've a subterranean I will just be in time." ;i Quest turned to Hardaway. .

doorway in his usual dignified manner hiding place which no criminal on this I He stopped the cab and they got 'Til take the young lady away," he i a y

when he was suddenly pushed on one earth could escape from." out. A man who seemed to be strolling said. "You know where to find us"

side. The valet who had waited upon I They led him down to the back part aimlessly along reading a newspaper Lenora had almost recovered when r

Quest, and who was Lord Ashleigh'sown I of the house into a dry cellar which I suddenly joined them. they reached the hotel. Walking up ;rec

servant, rushed into the room. had the appearance of a prison cell "Well, Dixon?" his chief exclaimed.The and down they found the professor __
He almost shouted to Lady Ashleigh:
I "This place has been used before man glanced around. ":\Iy friend!" he exclaimed-"Mr wtI4 _
"Your ladyship-the master! Some- 4
now, in the old days, for malefactors" Quest! It Is the devil incarnate -
thing has happened! He won't move! "I've got three men round at the : Mc R s
the professor remarked. "He'll be against whom we fight! > .
He--he-" back, Ir. Hardaway he said. "It's _
safe there. Craig," he added his "What do you mean?" Quest de-
for to leave the
They all trooped out of the room, i impossible anyone i :
voice trembling, "Craig-I-I can't manded.
and the stairs the leading place.
up ,
> speak to How could !" I i The professor wrung his hands. u
you. you I
the way. They pushed open the Hardaway paused to a mo :
There face "I put him In our James II prison -
was no Craig's
answer. ment.
door of Lord Ashleigh's bedchamber.In '' "
the far corner of the large room was buried in his hands. They left "Look here," Quest suggested, "they he declared. "Why should I .

was the four-poster, and underneaththe I him there and turned the key. I know all of you, of course, and they'llnever i' think of the secret passage? No
one has used it for a hundred Tears
clothes silent figure. The let you in until they're forced -
a I He found it learned the trick-"
fessor turned down the sheets. CHAPTER XXI. I to. I'm a stranger. Let me go. I'll I I
pro-I "You mean, Quest cried--
he held out his hand. His face get in all right. "
"He has escaped! the professor
Quest stood frowning the "
was blanched. upon "All right, he assented. "We shall I
pavement at the obviously' broke in. "Craig has escaped again'' I
don't he gazing follow you up pretty closely, though.
"Julia come, begged. I .. r ;
They are searching for him high and I
"I almost shrieked. empty house. He looked once more Quest stepped back into the taxi and Quest
must know she low. but he has !" I Secures Him In a Moment.
I gone:
at tne slip of which Lenora had
I must know!" paper gave the driver a direction. When he

"George is dead," the professor said given him. There was no possibilityof emerged in front of the handsome gray Quest's arm tightened for a momentIn I board your steamer," Quest explained.
Lenora's. It was curious how he
slowly. any mistake: stone house he seemed to have be- : Craig Escapes Prom the Cellar. "Please take us on board"
i seemed to have lost at that momentall I I
Mrs. Willet The shook
captain his head.
There was a moment's awful silence, come completely transformed. There
157 Elsmere Road.Hampstead. sense' of proportion. Lenora was I amazed at his own sensations, conscious "Are from Scotland "
broken by a piercing scream from Lady was a fatuous smile upon his lips. He you Yard? he
safe the relief of that one of fears and emotions of which "
Ashleigh. She sank down upon the crossed the pavement with difficulty, asked. "Have you got your warrant?
This was 157 and the house thought overshadowed everything else I he would never have believed himself "We from America "
sofa, and the professor leaned over was stumbling up the steps, and held on are Quest an-
in the
her. Quest turned to the little groupof empty. After a moment's hesitationhe the knocker with one hand while he world. capable. He gave in his card, and swered, "but we've got a Scotland p

the bell at the adjoining door.A "The fellow can't get far, he muttered after a few moments' delay he was Yard with
frightened servants who were gathered rang j consulted a slip of paper. He had man us and a warrant

round the doorway. woman, who had been watchinghim scarcely rung the bell before a slightly shown into the presence of one of the right enough" a

from the front answered the i "Who knows? the professor replied chiefs of the detective
"Telephone for a doctor," he or- room parted curtain in the front room fell I department The captain shook his head."I .

dered; "also to the local police sta summons at once. I together and a moment later the door dolefully. who greeted him warmly. am over an hour late," he said,

tion. "Can you tell me," he inquired, was opened by a man in the livery of They had been standing together In "My name Is Hardaway," the latter "and it's costing me fifty pounds a

"He too, approached the bed and "what has become of the lady who t a butler, but with the face and physique a little recess of the hall. Suddenly announced. minute If I take you on board, you'll
used to live at 157 Mrs. Willet?" I Lenora whose face was turned 'to Miss
"My assistant a lady
verently lifted the covering. Lord of a prize-fighter. young have to come right along with me un-

Ashleigh was lying there, his body a "She's moved" was the uncompro- "Lady of the house," Quest demanded. ward the She entrance took doors, gave a little Lenora Macdougal, has disappeared! less you find the fellow before we've
: cry. a quick forward.
wide out mising reply. the step She and I and Professor Ashleigh left left your tub behind.
little doubled up, his arms "Want to see the lady of "Laura!"
"Do know where to?" Quest she exclaimed, wonder- the
you steamer at Plymouth and traveledup Quest turned around.
stretched. On his throat were two house. "
ingly. Laura!
black marks. I asked, eagerly. Almost Immediately he was con "Why in the boat train. It was stoppedat "Will you risk it?" he asked

They had led Lady Ashleigh from i "West Kensington-No. 17 Princess scious of a woman standing in the hall They all had turned around. A young Hamblin road for the professor and "Yes!" they all replied"We're
woman just entered the
Court road. There was a young lady hotel, myself, and Miss Macdougal came on "
the room. The professor and Quest before him. followed coming captain Quest de-

stood face to face. The former's expression here yesterday afternoon inquiring for i "You had better come in," she in- 'uggage. by Her a porter carrying some to London. She was staying at cUtford's cided.
her." | arm was in a sling and
however had lost all his 1 vited "Please do not stand in the there hotel in Payne street for the A rope ladder was let down. The
Quest raised his hat. It was a relief, ; was a bandage around hr fore- night, and then going on to the aunt.
amiable serenity. Ills face was white doorway. head. steamer began to slow. down.
at rate, to have of Lenora."I i She walked. too. with the help
any new Well, I've found that aunt. She was The
and pinched. : Quest, however, who had heard the of a stick. She captain spoke once more to I

"Quest! Quest!" he almost sobbed. madam.am" very much obliged to you footsteps of the others behind him, loitered once and waved it recognized payly them at expecting the girl, but the girl never the pilot and came down from the

"My brother-George! whom I loved I there for a moment"You're I "Hullo I appeared. bridge.
welcome!" the you peorle! she cried "
"You're terse
was re- ?
"Where did this aunt live Harda
like nobody else on earth! Is he real- I j the lady whose name is cn "Soon run you to earth, eh?" Tm forced to go full speed aheadto

ly dead!" ply.Quest this piece of paper?" he demanded. I They for I way Inquired."No. cross the bar," he told Quest. Tm

gave a new address to the "This Is all eh ** were a moment dum- ; 17, Princess Court road West but the tide's "
"Absolutely! i place right ? 'ounded. Lenora I sorry, Just on the turn
taxi driver was the first to find
and was scarcely able to "
The professor gripped the oak pillar' j "I really do not know what lOU words. "But when did Kensington, Quest replied. "She had They looked at one another a little
restrain his impatience during the long I you start.
Just moved there from Elsmere road
of the bedstead. lie seemed on the the blankly.
j mean, woman replied coldly"butJ Laura? she asked.
drive. They pulled at last before thought you
point of collapse. I a somewhat dingy-looking up house. He I] If you will come inside I will talk with I were? too ill t-> move for weeks." Hampstead. I went first to Hampstead. The professor, however: beamed
Lenora had been there learned
"The mark of the Hands is upon them all.
upon i i you in the drawing room. The girl smiled
rang the bell, which was answered by contemptuously.
her aunt's correct address In West
his throat. Quest pointed out. I a trim-looking little maidservant. I Quest, as though stumbling againstthe "I left three days after you on the "I have always understood he
"The Hands! God!" the Kensington. I followed on to West I said, "that Port
.f. Oh my "Is M-T5. Willet in?" he inquired. front door, had it now wide open Kaiser Frederic." she replied. "Therewas Said is a most inter-
I Kensington and found that the aunt
professor groaned. and in a moment the hall seemed full some trouble at Plymouth and I estlcg place"TO
' was still awaiting her.
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