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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 13, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, JUNE 13, 1915. NUMBER 103.:;






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H AND PEACE TALK GRIPS WASHINGTON








GERARD DEPT.CONSIDERING THAT ADVISES-BERLINIS STATE AUSTRO-GERMAN WING RALLIES GOV.ON GOETHALS RETIRED WILL LIST GO I GN.[ CARRANZA ASKS U. S.TO S.





NOTE IN ENCOURAGING MANNER FROM STUNNING RUSSIAN BLOW I

Asked to Be Relieved of His GIVE[ HIM RECOGNITION

1 I t Cares and Responsibilities

Wilson Expects to Celebrate Independence Brief Bulletins LEMBERG IS STILL GERMAN I -Successor Will Be -

Day With His OBJECTIVE SAYS Harding I
: HE EXPECTS TO GAIN CON.

Y Daughter at Cornish, Ticked Off Wire DISPATCHBUT Washington, June 12.-Geo. W. CAMPAIGN RAISE FUNDS TROL OF :MEXICO CITY


New Hampshire At Late HourUpon nal Goethals Zone,, governor is to be relieved of the Panama of his duty Ca- IN SHORT TIME
FOR M. E. CHURCH N N1Vi11 N
Washington, June 12.-The state Will REQUIRE MORE TROOPS and list within will be the placed next few upon months.the retired This

department has been Berlin advised that by Am-the information filed by special will be done on the application of Gov. VILLA QUESTIONS U.) S. ACTION
bassador Gerard at
has himself because he feels he I
the government broughtsuit Goethals ,
second note of the United States to agents And Thus Prevent the Germans Start Tuesday and Church I
against the Charlotte Harbor & is entitled to rest from official cares
#. Germany concerning the rights had of Northern railway, alleging that this From Sending Force to and responsibility. Debt Is Expected to Be I I
Americans and their property Carranza Assails Old Regime
company has violated the "hours ofservice" His successor will probably be Lieu- Pledged :Meeting
the cable it is -
and in
,. been delivered, ambassador made reference act, and asking that the max- the West Front or tenant Chester Harding' engineer of i Who Surrounded Ambassador -
understood the
imum penalty of $5,000 be imposed. maintenance of the canal. FridayAt
to the state of German senti- Italy
ment as far as it had been made-man- I Henry Lane
ST. PETERSBURG DREDGE BURNSA NO HOSTILE FLEET CAN ENTER:
the meeting of the board of
ifest and that it encouraging.
was $12,000 loss was sustained by I London, June 12.-The AustroGerman CANAL stewards of the Methodist church Fri- Wilson

Everybody Is HappyIt former :Mayor Phiel of St. Petersburgwhen I wing under Gen. Linsingen has Indianapolis, Ind.-The defenses of day evening it was decided to imme-

became evident that a strong gasoline torch aboard a prac- I rallied from the stunning blow struckit the Panama canal are such that no diately organize a campaign to raise Washington June 12. Carranza's
-
tone of optimism among the officials tically new dredge boat owned by by the Russian counter offensive hostile fleet could pass through the funds to pay off the church debt. I

dose to the administration regardingthe him set fire to the vessel, destroying I on the Dneister and a battle of great waterway, according to a statement Twelve committees consisting of two answer to the practical mandate

probability of a favorable out- the dredge itself and a launch. There !I proportions is now raging for suprem- made by Major General George W. members each six of the committees which President Wilson sent to all of

come of the negotiations was growa was no insurance to cover the loss. acy along the wide marshy expansesof Goethals, governor of the Canal Zone being composed of ladies and six of the Mexican revolutionary leaders to

ing. President Wilson went out to that crooked stream. who was in Indianapolis yesterday to gentlemen will carry on the work. get together to save the country from
play golf. Acting Secretary Lansing LARGE NUMBER APPLICANTSThe The Teutons, according to a statement I. appear before the federal grand jury These two divisions will each be under starvation
.f remained at the state department until largest number of applicants' received here tonight from Ber- which is investigating alleged fraudsin the direct management of a su was made public by the
late in the day and appeared in ever applying to be examined for the I I lin, have checked the Russian offen- the conduct of the office of John perintendent. A scientific canvass. of state department this evening.

t- the best of humor. Several other cab- I purpose of securing teachers' certifi- sive and recaptured Zurawna, from Burke, manager of the commissary the entire church membership will be I The statement is regarded as a bid

inet officers are enjoying short va- cates is reported by Superintendent which they were driven several days department of the Panama railroad. made. The canvass starts Tuesday at for recognition. Carranza asserts

cations. Cottingham of Putnam county this General Goethals added that the 9 o'clock. An attempt will be madeto that opposition to his government has

Wilson to Spend Fourth at Cornish, year. ago.Lemberg is still the German objec- I United States fleet could pass throughthe reach as nearly as possible all of practically been overthrown and that

: New Hampshire tive and it is not believed here they canal immediately if necessary. the members in one day, and a report I. nine-tenths of the population of the
NO FUNDS FOR BANDJ. will let the check received on the from the committees will be received whole country are now under his au-
Color was lent to the belief that H. Drysdale, treasurer of the Dneister interfere with their plans. I THE NATIONAL GAME at a special meeting which has been thority.

the president expects an amicable ad- city Democratic executive committeeof The continued Austro-German suc- I called for Friday evening.It He expects, he says, in a short timeto
justment of the controversy with Ger- Jacksonville, is finding some diffi- cesses are reported from the south- I Federal League is under consideration that a ban- regain control of Mexico City, and
many, and by a statement at the culty in securing necessary funds to east and the whole campaign is rapidly I Kansas City 5, Chicago 3. quet will be tendered the winners by promises when he does that he will
White House he is planning to spend employ a band at the campaign rally coming to a crisis on the Dneister. Brooklyn 1, Newark 0. the less succesful committees, but this convoke all elections for the selectionof
with his
the fourth of July daughtersin
scheduled for Monday night-just an- St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 1. has not been definitely decided upon.It I a national congress. The congressso
the "summer capitol" at Cornish, other little case where nobody wantsto Sharp Turn for Germans Baltimore 3, Buffalo 2. is planned to raise by popular sub- elected will then issue a call for t
New Hampshire. The president ex-
pay the piper. London. -Although the British National League scription enough funds, payable in the election of a president and to the
to reach Cornish the evening of
pects press has warned the public it is too New York 3, St. Louis 8. monthly installments, to take care of president so chosen he will resign the
remain there for severaldays
3 and
July BIG PETROGRAD SMASHMr. early to assert positively that the Philadelphia 13. Chicago 0. the interest on the debt and retire the authority as first chief of the revolution -

: Roy McVay, of St. Petersburg, Austro-German armies in Galicia had Cincinnati 8, Brooklyn 1. principal in two years. In the meanwhile he calls upon

.becoming confused while driving his been definitely checked, it nevertheless Pittsburgh 2, Boston 8. all factions to submit to his authority.He .
Bryan to Go to Germany? auto, collided with a street car. The is believed by many military American League does not promise that he will not

Washington D. .-It is reportedhere auto was smashed to pieces and Mc- commentators here that there has New York 9, St. Louis 5. Bryan Was Eager be a candidate for the election to the
today that Bryan may go to Ger- Vay was badly shaken up. Fortunately been a sharp turn in the situation Philadelphia 7, Detroit 6. presidency.
many in person and intercede in behalf he was the only occupant of the which will prevent Germany transfer- Boston 5, Cleveland 4. Secretary Lansing refused to make
of peace. machine at the time of the accident. ring any considerable force of troops Washington 2, Chicago 1. For War In 1898 any comment either on the Carranza
Bryan's campaign to put before the I either to the west or to the Italian Southern League statement or on the statement of

American people his position growing MANATEE MAN SPEAKSIn frontier. Atlanta 2, New Orleans 4. Villa now on the way here from El

out'of the situation between the the opinion of W. F. Jennings, Some German forces are said to Little Rock 0, Memphis 10. Apropos of the widespread discus- Paso, but already given publicity in
United States and Germany was be- of Manatee, who has lived for yearson have been detached from the Galician Nashville 3, Chattanooga 4. sion aroused by former Secretary of part. Villa in his statement questionsthe
lieved to have come to an end for the the Mexican frontier, the United armies and hurried to the Isonzo Birmingham 4, Mobile 3. State William Jennings Bryan's right of the United States to interfere -
action -
present with the publication today of States will eventually be forced to front, but it is felt more are needed South Atlantic League in resigning the cabinet, the New in the action of Mexico.

his appeal to German-Americans. intervene and restore order in the there to stop the Italian advance on Savannah 4, Albany 9. York World of yesterday publishes an The statement Carranza makes is

Mexican "republic. Trieste. Charleston 10, Jacksonville 0. illustration showing the "great commoner" most interesting in reference to theactivity
The latest official announcementsfrom Augusta 2, Macon 3. of the former American am-
THE BEST RECHARGING PLANT as he appeared at the out-
Petrograd say the Russians have Columbia-Columbus rain. bassador, Henry Lane Wilson. In
break of the
OF JACKSONVILLE Spanish-American war.
SOUTH
1 _--- Sorry To Hear It assumed the offensive along the Du- The cut in question shows him deckedin speaking of the assassination of Ma-
river and in the Baltic ,
the bysa provinces WINTER PARK TEAM DEFEATS full costume taking his dero. he says:
A. J. Routhier, battery expert, military
and concede the loss of ground
they
is manager of the recharging plantat S. S. GriffinWhen KISSIMMEE rest upon a camp bench with the "This treason was. onsummated by
# Says nowhere except along the river Pruthin
Huerta the pretext of sparingthe
the San Juan Garage, and Messrs. Bukowina. ened flaps of an army tent appear- upon
Rogers and Forte claim to have the the recent in Gali- Kissimmee, Fla.-The pitching of ing in the background. Possibly his City of Mexico the horrors of war
best recharging plant and general Viewing fighting Dell Mason for Winter Park was too dislike of things warlike was fostered and with the co-operation of a group.f
asked what he thought about cia in perspective, it be divided .
may foreigners favored by the old regime -
equipment south of Jacksonville. If much for the local club Thursday af- during this period as colonel of the
the the Hon. S. S. roughly into three great battles. The I
there is anything wrong with your Bryan resignation, ternoon and the visitors defeated"Spel'dy" Third Nebraska Volunteers at Camp who surrounded Henry Lane
chief of these .40 miles I
Griffin, travel-stained and fresh from was fought "
storage battery you are requested to Tallahassee last that it southeast of Lemberg, where the I Alvey's crew by a score of Cuba Libre, near Jacksonville, Fla. Wilson
call at the garage and have the mat- night replied I 4 to 1 in a five inning battle. The
had
forces under General
unfortunate."I Linsingen
ter attended to. The has a ws I heavy rainfall, which delayed the SHOWERS! *- :
garage
to hear it" said Orange not only crossed the Dneister, but had
full line of repair parts and satisfac- am sorry miles start of the game, also brought it to Artillery Action
tion is always guaranteed. county's representative "espe- progressed 12 beyond, getting a close before the full nine innings Florida: Occasional showers Sun- t
railroad.
of the
this time when astride Lemberg
cially at everythingneeds
could be played.
and
and restrained. Wil- These were the forces which the Rus- day probably Monday.
be
. . . . son will to manage quiet things all right and sians apparently have forced back Mason was practically the whole Terriffic NatureLondon .
team for Winter Park the defensive .
on - - *
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WOMAN LEADS ITALIANS JO we will come out of the trouble with with heavy losses, thus placing the and of the fifteen made
river in Russian hands put-outs 79,946 ENGLISH WOMEN REG- *
CAPTURE A TOWN flying colors. throughout.The
the visitors in the five
by innings,
second battle seriesof June 12.-Artillery actionof ISTER FOR WAR WORK ,
This was Mr. Griffin's first public great or
fourteen the strike-out j
London.The News battles took at the were by route. the most terrific character was initiated ;j
Daily reprints utterance upon his return to peaceful place territory The ---
home
team outhit the visitors at
the Gazetta del between and immediately following the London. It announced in j
from Pop- Orlando. He said he was glad to get Ugartsberg Zydachow, that but bases balls and was
,
olo an incident which occurred at back home, that he was tired and that and along this line the Russians claimto in on with the visitors'hits errors French success in bending the Ger- the house of commons this after !
the Italian occupation of a town he wanted the Sentinel the first thing have repulsed the Germans with came conjunction man line inward southeast of Ilebu- noon that 79.916 women have registered 1
and enabled them to put over the terne, and half between Arras forar work, and of this *
way
in the Trentino. A young woman Sunday morning at 301 Robinson ave severe punishment. when they needed them. ,
runs and Aisne it has rendered the movements number have been -
1,916
seeing the Italian soldiers under nue. His family came with him and The of for the locals accepted.
fire from .Austrians put herself yesterday they drove through from HAD TO WAIT FOR REQUISITION the batting feature Alvey far Kissimmeewas of infantry impossible, and This total does not include *
was so as
at the head of the troops and White Springs. PAPERS neither army has been able to pro- those who have registered in the i'
concerned.
guided them amid a hail of fire, "Speedy" rapped the gress an inch, according to official re- private labor exchanges. *
horsehide for double and two sin- .
a received from Paris tonight. i i t t t t i t *
the officers the best ports
to
explaining Sheriff Gordon, who left Orlando
CLYDE STOVER PAID PENALTY gles, scoring the only run for Kissimmee =
route to follow to seize the town. Thursday afternoon for Columbus,
in the first inninsr.
For eight hours, until the place Palatka, Fla.-Promptly at the hourof Ind., to bring to Orlando Brant Abbott -
The line-up for Winter Park was
was taken she remained with the 12 o'clock noon Friday and in thepresence wanted the Orlando Receives Publicity
by Orange county
of thousands of as follows: Denning, 3b.; Mason, p.;
them herknowledge spectators
troops helping by on the charge of forgery.,
authorities Porter, ssV.. Hunter lb. Hunter,
Stover the of the ;
of the She Clyde negro slayer .11
place. nowwears
was intercepted at Green Cove If.; Beardall, c. Schultz, 2b. Trovil-
;
;
Gardner brothers
as a decoration a Bersa- at their camp on Springs with a message informinghim The Entire State
lion cf.
; Bane, rf. Throughout
the Ocklawaha river this
glieri hat and a more substantial early year, that Abbott would not come backto
reward is promised. was hanged in the Putnam county jail Florida with him without requisi-
i t t yard. FINAL FIGHT TO SAVE FRANK
i i f t
tion papers, so the sheriff returned
home and is awaiting the necessarypapers During the last week Orlando has "Orlando has many miles of brick
Atlanta Ga., June 12.-Leo :\1.Frank's .
from Governor Ralston, of In- been plastered all over the journals of paved streets, electric lights and mod-
: Grout How Many Orlandoites diana, which he expects to receive today attorneys and Solicitor Hugh ern business houses, one of which is a
i Governor Trammell, of Florida M. Dorsey early today began before Florida. A citrus convention a high- five story brick affair with a roof garden -

I having made the request from the Governor Slaton what is consideredthe way meeting, the coming of the dent- Its show windows are the equalof

Know Meaning Of The Word? chief executive of that state. Sheriff commutation final fight on of Frank's his death applicationfor sentenceto ists to Orlando next year, and the any similar establishments in this
Gordon expects to leave some time usual run of news from the livest cityin and other states. Residents of Or-
today for his man, who is in custodyof life imprisonment. Argument in Florida has obliterated other state lando also show their good taste in
behalf of the condemned
-- the officials at Columbus. man was matters. As an evidence of how well the manner in which they care for
According to Webster GROUT means crete mixer, comes along mixes the made b\r former Congressman. M. Orlando got on the map is shown by their lawns and plant shrubbery and

"a thin, coarse mortar used to fill up concrete and through a long trough ORLANDO AUTO WASHING STATION Howard while Mr. Dorsey Frank's presentedthe the mayors' meeting at Tampa. Only shade trees on the streets. The fairgrounds
joints between stones." This will explain -I' the grout is poured upon the brick SOLD argument against appeal. four members attended the session- where the sessions were held
the word as heard so frequentlythe surface. It is thin enough to run be- Among other speakers who were expected the rest of them were at Orlando.In today, is also a place of pride to the
last few days, especially since the :, tween the bricks and fil the semicircular The Orlando Auto Washing Station, to be heard in opposition to an the Tampa Tribune yesterdaywere citizens."
meeting of the Central Florida Highway openings. The surface is then located at 14 East Church street, has extension of clemency. was Joseph:: lengthy articles devoted to And This About the Highway Meeting:
been purchased by Mr. Freeman D. Brown, former governor of Georgia "L. P. Dickie assistant of
Association on Thursday.It thoroughly coated with grout and al- "This, That and the Other"-al1 secretary
was that word which caused the :i lowed to settle. Phillips from Mr. Robert Farris. Mr. who heads a delegation from Marietta concerning progressive and prosperous the Tampa Board of Trade, who returned !
Taylor county delgation of thirty !! The brick is cemented together. Phillips will give the business his per- where Mary Phagan formerly Orlando. yesterday from the Central

members to remain over Friday morn- I I The surface is firm, smooth as asphalt sonal attention, and he has many lived. About the Citrus Exchange meet- Florida Highway Association conven- 1
ing and take an excursion to the brick !I and the entire road is as solid friends in Orlando and Orange count tion in Orlando, Tuesday says the I
highway between Maitland and Win- I as the Rock of Gibraltar. It will last who will pull for his success. STATE ARCHITECTS CLOSE CONVENTION inJbout the Citrus Exchange Meeting: gathering was the most enthusiastic i

ter Park. They wanted to see whatgrout ,, for years. Severe traffic will have : AT ATLANTIC (By S. S. Matlack) good roads assemblage ever held in ;.
was and what it meant. They. little effect upon it. It requires but BRITAIN WILL ASK $1,230,000,000; BEACHMr. "To one who has not visited Orlando Florida. "

t knew what it meant, no doubt but I little additional cost to grout tl\e MORE M.:: S. King has returned from for several. years the signs of rapid And the Dentist Convention in 1916:
they wanted to see an'actual demon- ,. roads, the chief difference in price being London.-Premier Asquith in the the Florida Association of State Arch- growth are remarkable. On every Pass-a-Grille.-Orlando was chosenas
stration. the extra expense of die brick. house of commons today announcedthat itects which closed its two-day sessionat hand is exhibited the progressive spirit the next host of the Association of
The brick which is being laid on l The :Maitland-Winter: Park road is a further vote of credit would be Atlantic Beach Friday with a short of its citizens who today gave the Florida Dentists in convention here >

the :Maitland-Winter Park highway the delight of County Engineer Ram- discussed next Tuesday. It i is under- business session in the forenoon and glad hand of fellowship to their today. Orlando did not have

has a broken edge that is. there sey's and M. O. Overstreet's hearts. stood that the new vote will be for devoting the rest of the day to pure guests. From the platform officialsof anj opposition when its name was

are two semi-circular perpendicular At every opportunity they hop into a $1,250,000,000 or $1,500,000,000.WAS fun bathing, lounging around, swap- the city and Board of Trade expressed I mentioned for the next convention.This .
grooves on one side of the brick. car and take a friend to show him the ping stories, autoing on the beach their joy at being able to en- was scared away by Mrs A. B.
When this is placed next to the grouted road and the grouting pro- VERY SUCCESSFUL DINNERThe front and getting ready to start home.A tertain so many representative Flori- Whitman's promises on behalf of her
straight: edge or side of a neighbor cess. This stretch of pavement will Philathea class of the Baptist dians engaged in the state's chief industry native city. Mrs. Whitman was joinedby
brick there isa slight opening between be the finest of its kind in America. church held a highly successful and AH who attended the meet- Dr. Whitman in assuring the mo-
them. Yesterday the highway had been delightful chicken supper last evening new shipment of that 50c. library ing today left with a feeling of regardfor lar-derricks that the Orange county

# Then the grouting machine which bricked from the Seminole county line the affair netting them nearly edition. 500 titles to select from. the city and its people which will seat would pass them the grandest
is nothing more or less than a con- to within a mile of Winter Park. $40. Curtis & O'Neal. not soon be forgotten. time of their lives.



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and Quality of Production.--O. W. ConnerThe i I

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season of 1914-1915 has been conceded to have been the lea profitable t.<,

1 Citrus fruit producers of any selling season for ten years, and there have been main
growers who showed a balance on the wrong side of the ledger. .

,. : This condition could, and would have been avoided had Ocklawaha NurseVf s
..... pedigreed trees been planted in these groves. The test groves of the Ocklarfana

) y r: ...;:. Tw Nurseries from which our trees are budded, seventeen acres in extent, of an averageof
''': five years, from planting of two year buds, yielded an average of over four boxe-:
::.J : per tree, and the amount realized was over six thousand dollars. In this grove,
Connor Prolific Grapefruit trees, six years old averaged $?1.40 per tree, or :, OUI"I
hundred dollars per acre. I

The planting of this grove was made from trees budded from the proper ,.
of budwood to give such results, and the trees we are selling from our stock today
are still better, because we have given the selection of our buds used in propo at- i
ing our present output closer attention, and have used only the best of these spec

ially good trees from which to bud the trees we are growing for your use in plantingyour

grove.
All government tests. have proven our practice to be correct. Professor Sham*-1.
5 and Prof Pomeroy have proven by their work along this line, that ordinary gn)\e- r
} planted from ordinary trees of the usual method of propogation, and rebuddcd
from tested trees can be made to yield almost 50 per cent. more revenue to the

grower, when so treated.If .

-1 you can: start right, don't you see where it will pay you?. The ONLY way.

is to use OCKLA'Y AHA NURSERIES TREES. They cost more, but, -
For your convenience, we have opened offices at No. S Yowell-Duckworth Build-

))1 j ing. Call and get a catalog, and talk the matter over with 3Ir. G. G. Wright, our
agent. He will show you successful groves already under way, and show you the

.: trees before you buy them, as well as demonstrate to your complete satisfaction thatit

I pays to start right, with Ocklawaha Nurseries trees.
.i. ---I; For Catalog, address OCKLA'''.\NURSERIES, O. W. CONNER, Proprietor

Tangerine, Florida.

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r ALLIES ARE DEFEATED !!, Touring the Myriad Streets- of i COURT Montgomery- UPHOLDS, Ala.-What SINGLE: is claimedto TAX 1 I

SPRAYINGFor
i be the only single tax colony in the
F I ii i Orlando With Pencil and Pad'! United States, located at Fair Hope, I
i Constantinople. Turks have !i in Baldwin county, Alabama, was held White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In-
defeated the allies near Seddelbahr, I -- by the state supreme court in a decision -'I' secticide. For Red Spider, Kuste Mite and all other :Mites
I citrus trees with the Soluble
infesting
Sulphur
S driving the enemy back to their old I (Every few days the Sentinel will port life comfortably. Though autos today to be constitutionallywithin spray

! positions, with heavy loss. I Ir publish an article of a series, "Tour- were whizzing by in a continuous state and national rights in its Compound.These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan
ing the Myriad Streets of Orlando system of practicing the single tax
stream she was altogether undis- be done at one and the same time. This will absolutely -
With Pencil and Pad. From day to principle. Proceedings attacking the
Baltic Naval Duel turbed and for disdainful stare insure clean trees and bright fruit. .
l save a
,day different streets will be taken up legality of the colony were brought
l Petrograd.-In the naval battle in I and discussed. Today North Orange now and then she completely ignored ;i by A. Melville, one of its mem- I Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing
( cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and
the Baltic, Russian andf
t a transport avenue is presented and constitutes the citrus enthusiasts and was seem- j bers.
you will have no regrets at the end of the season.
f three German steamships were sunk. article one of the series. Watch for :ngly perfectly satisfied to remain I
A big naval battle is imminent. the other installments of this most within the narrow confines of her own F. K. LANE GIVEN DEGREE
r interesting series. The information is grassy lot. I New York.-Franklin K. Lane, sec- J. SCHNARR & CO. ManufacturersOrlando
I of the
of the interior
retary was one
t !i I the livest. kind of news and should be Some Weeds ,
Austrian tiding Little Ammunition candidates for honorary degrees con-
1 I welcomed as it indicates what property As a general thing the avenue is ferred by the New York University in Florida
Rome.-Italian troops, advancingvia
owners are doing.-Editor.) well kept as to lawns and parkways, j I its commencement exercises today. ,
the Adige valley, are now within I Mr. Lane of those to receive
I i Orange Avenue but out towards the north end weedsare was one -
artillery range of Trent. The battlein : the degree of doctor of laws.
One of the prettiest and most dis- more apparent than desirable. >
the valley of the Isonzo, between --------
tinctive places on North Orange ave- However, the weedy places are constantly 'j
, Caporette and Tolmein, is unabatedand
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undecided. Both sides have been
lawn is distinguished by a dozen or all be put in good shape soon.Letter's .
r reinforced. Further south, the Italians -
more tall palms which are scattered CornfieldMr.
f are also meeting obstinate resistance here and there. Other shrubs add to F. A. Lewter has about ten
between Goriza and Monfal-
the beauty of the effect and the wholeis acres of corn at his place out on the i
s cone. Austrians are very sparing rendered complete by the smooth north end of Orange avenue. Part of i

i with ammunition. 'green lawn.A. the field is rather high and the corn

Y. Fuller's Cottage: shows the effect of the drought, a
I Among the summer builders is Mr. : considerable portion of the patch,

Empire Hotel 'A. Y. Fuller, who is erecting a neat however, being on lower ground,
I two story cottage just south of his shows up fine.
Fit \home on North Main street. Con- The Straley I'lace
[ !tractor Ange is in charge of the job. There may be prettier hedge plants j
pn David and Jonathan than honeysuckle vine, and there may
SUNDAYCDINNER 5 500
t DU Found! the coolest spot in Orlando! be sweeter blossoms than the flowersof

t!, I Want to Know where it is? It is an the honeysuckle, but if any one
Ox-Tail Soup ancient board seat between two David doubts that this can be made one of

t Sliced Tomatoes and Jonathan appearing oaks on the most attractive and fragrant of
the vacant lot just north of J. II. fence vines should
they walk past the
Baked Sea Rosette Trout Potatoes Mooney's residence. Some time, way Straley place just south of the stand- i Dr. W. M. Harper Dr. Josephine Harper

r back in past years, somebody, pipe some day when the breeze is ,

f Fried Spring Chicken, Maryland Style thoughtlessly or otherwise, insertedthe blowing from the west and get a good
E board between these twin oaks. whiff of the from the
perfume thou-
t Kimblet Cut of,Western Beef PIONEER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS OF SOUTH FLORIDA
As the the oaks
Roast Leg of Lamb, Green Peas years passed grew sands of clusters of waxy blossomsthat
and prospered and the board remainedin cover the fence for a short dis-
position. Today the ends of the tance.
Ginger Cake, Brandy Sauce
11 plank are hidden away in the very Cedars Imposing
vitals of the trees, and if it Those cedars
Green Corn on Cob June Peas was ever at the point where

t r Fried Summer Whipped Squash Potatoes held such in fastening position has by nails long ceased.the need The for the avenue are very merges neat into and Ivanhoe show up boulevard well- i 10 YEARS SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE[ IN ORLANDODr. 1

i Steamed Rice rude seat is still strong and trustworthy at the turn of the road.

f. also amazingly' comfortableon hanhoe Lake Is Pretty

l Chocolate Ice Cream Cake a hot day. If you don't believe Ivanhoe lake is certainly one of the
Cocoanut Pie this, go and investigate. prettiest near Orlando. Its size lends
Kesodding LawnA beauty to the distant view across the
Apple Pudding, Lemon Sauce .
considerable portion of the lawnat lake, and fields, groves and homes

< Tea Cheese Coffee Crackers Iced Tea the is Carr being residence resodded.on North Orange [show up well Unique across View the water. Josephine: Harper, only lady

.- Some Repairs One of the most unique views ob-
Some slight repairs are being madeat tainable in Orlando or its immediate Osteopath in Orlando makes
I a
the Catholic school on North Main neighborhood is that from the north I .
f Specials for Saturday -1!street. end of Orange avenue westwardacross
- i Her Lot a Green One Lakes Concord and Windmillto .
t. and MondayBest i i Through all the excitement Friday the orange groves on the oppositeside I specialty of diseases of women

|there was one denizen of the avenue of the latter lake. The grove is
!I'who went placidly about her customary on a slight hill and shows clearly
I Best Patent Flour I' occupation. The party in ques- against the background of oaks. The I and Children. Consultation and
24 lb. sack __$1.00 and $1.10(]'t tion I
S was a cream colored bossy cow, two lakes are slightly
separated by a
12 lb. sack __ _30c. and ooc
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California Peaches and I and the industry which received her growth of brushwood concealing the
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L strict attention was the garnering of farther of the two from view
-L. Pears, per can __________20c'I a sufficient supply of forage to sup- l point. at this examination Free.
Regular 25c.: size, Tomato

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4 Pure Ground Coffee, per lb. ISc: :JUDGE CAMPBELL TO PRESIDE :[FLORIDA TO AGAIN BE UNDER
Fancy Peaches and Prunes, | OVER COURT FIRST TIME 1 I REVENUE AGENT OF GEOR-

; per lb. ____ISc.. 2 Ibs for 23c, !! MONDAY GIA DISTRICT ..
l Evaporated Apples, perCy 'I I Notification has been given the U.
package,______ ISc, 2 for 25c Fensacola. Fla.-Officials are get- S. revenue agent's office at Jacksonville -

Good Head Rice, per Ib.______7c:, ting ready for the convening of the that the recently made Florida
Washing Powder, 5c. size, 7 j circuit court here on Monday morning -
packages for __--_______25c at 10 o'clock, when Judge A. G. part revenue of distnct the Georgia has again district.been made OFFICE MCNEIL & DAVIS BUILDING

3 cans Soup for ___________23c Campbell, successor io EmI I I
Judge J. J. R. Van Voorhis, who was in
put
Imported Lemons, doz __20c
per 'I met Wolfe, will hold court for the charge of the Florida district has
Sweet
Potatoes, per peck,
first time in II been switched to take i PHONE 419 .
15 lbs -----------______35c Pensacola since his late temporary
charge of the revenue agent's office
appointment. There is
Honest Measure and Weights no decision as
, I at San Antonio, Texas, and will take
jet relative to the grand jury body,
up his position the latter part of the
Cash Grocery Co. but it is believed such will be requiredto week. There is no definite reason
look into at least two cases which thus far given for the sudden change
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I can go over on to the coast and let FRAMLIN LEAVES TODAY i ENCAMPMENT OF W. O. W. SOON
NEW YORK AND RETURN
the mosquitoes eat you, or you can I NEAR PENSACOLA
.:. By \V. S. Branch stay in Orlando and be comfortable. The elegant yacht, Framlin, the I|
We complain that money is scarce Another consideration, it is very property of James Laughlin III., will I I Pensacola, Fla.-Between ten and $35.00
and times hard as we write an orderto much cheaper to remain in Orlando leave the dock today bound for New twelve hundred members of the uni-
Cuba for ten tons of guava pasteto and be comfortable.A York and other points on the At- form rank of the Woodmen of the
be Delivered. in Tampa.-Times- lantic seaboard. The Framlin was I'World! will hold their encampment in 1 VIA"CLYDE

Union.. GOOD MOTTO. built near this city last year and built Pensacola during the month of August -
. Better do that and feed it to the The following has been sent in for according to the plans of Mr. Laughlin ''I if the citizens of this city will LINE"ONLY

industrious Cubans who live in Tam- publication. : who has cruised in Florida waters make Magnolia Bluff attractive and
pa than send the money up to Ken- "Early to bed, early to rise, cut the many years and knows the needs of '!otherwise arrange for their pleasure DIRECT LINE FROM JACKSONVILLEFare
tucky for fighting whiskey and sell weeds and swat the flies; mind your the boat. |I and comfort. The district included in includes meals and stateroom berth

it to the dangerous reckless colored own business and don't tell lies, run Mr. Laughlin is a great lover of j,the coming convention takes in parts Tickets Now on Sale Good on any Ship
population of Jacksonville. you rown auto right, don't deceive outdoor life, and he, with Mrs. Laugh- j'of Alabama, Georgia and Florida, and Final Return Limit October 31st
your wives; pay your debts and ad- lin, spends the major part of his time +it is expected that no less than one
Mr. City Attorney Odom of Jack- vertise, buy from the men who have cruising and camping. He has the thousand people will be in attend- CHARLESTON EXCURSIONSWrite

sonville should keep his Ion L. Farris enterprise, keep your mouth shut but distinction of carrying the first auto ance. for schedule and further particularsH.

who seems to kick back pretty hard open your eyes and you will be through from Jacksonville to Miami, Local Woodmen are already at work G. WENZEL
Florida
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when occasion requires. I healthy, wealthy and wise." in the winter of 1908. 'arranging for the improvement of the Passenger Agent
Ticket Office Pier 1 Foot of
Liberty St.
-aWe Mr. and Mrs. Laughlin will be accompanied excellent encampment grounds, witha
do not suppose that fellow who ing up paper and throwing it about on their trip this summer view of having the visitors here Jacksonville, Florida
runs "Val's Corner" in Tampa intended the streets and allowing it to be blownin I by Mrs. Laughlin's sister, Miss Bes- I during the second week in August.The .
to do it, but the ad. he is runningin front yards, thus making our strets sie Mahady, and Mr. and Mrs. W. B.I I

the Tribune is good publicity for look like a public dumping I Shaw and baby. They expect to return -! St. Charles Hotel will remain
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Hand's Ice Cream made in Orlando should have pride enough in ground'i' in the early fall. Sanford Her I open. Special summer rates. The 1Lzet: : :
and fast gaining in popularity in this to carry the paper until they find a 'ald. I 6105tc.11..IIIIII.llalllllll.IIII..5..1111111.141.

vicinity. Val's Corner might make a more suitable place to put it. Every OF CLEANLINESS OF DUALITY
hit by getting some of it. citizen should do his best to keep our
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You can go to Chicago, New Yorkor to make our town look spit and span FRESH AND SALT MEATS
Philadelphia and be hotter than : | Attention Auto Owners! Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
you are here, or you can go up into Everything screened away from the then and Kepi fresh
the mountains and sit by a fire every Forage Grocery Co. and pure.

night in order to keep warm, or you We invite inspection and guarantee *MttafartInn We hav

SPECIALS FOR MONDAYThe SATURDAY AND I AUTO SERVICE E I STATION 0 I '" everything in the Meat Line

Music! Music! ... '"'"
. AT Largest Grocery Store in the City .1-1. :NLT. : ef & <.. <>.
14 E. CHURCH STREET
J' You Will Save Money by Trading PHONE NO. 80EXCEPTIONAL PINE STREET
Plaza Restaurant With Us Automobile Repairing. Gasoline and Oil .'
Quantity, Quality and Honesty --
12 to 2 6to7 Satisfied Customers Are Our Best CAR WASHED AND POLISHED, $1.00 : -
Advertisement
Club Rate Tickets
Sugar, 16 pounds _____________$1.00 Special
SUNDAY TABLE D'HOTE DINNER Pillsbury flour, 24 lb. sack __n_ 1.10 Prompt Service Personal Attention 3 '
Finest hams, per lb. ___uuu ..18Armour's
Second Hand Cars Bought and Sold
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Star hams, per lb. u .20

Chicken SOUP Soup Kinjjan's per Ib. sliced breakfast bacon, .30 I Freeman V. D. Phillips Manager I' OFFER
SALADCombination Plain breakfast------bacon-----,-pb.-== .20 ; : I

Snowdrift lard large pail ------ 1.00
Salad Tomatoes, 2 lb. can" 4 for __u__ .25 I M 11111111 M I M M 11 i *M111111111 M 11111 M 11111 I. I t
. FISH Corn, 3 cans for _____uu .25 :
Peas, 3 cans for uuu_____ .25 I
Boiled Trout, with Mayonaise Grape-Nuts, 2 for _u_________ .25 iMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne
ENTREES Quaker corn flakes, 2 for _____r .25
. Seeded raisins per pkg. _______ .10 WE DELIVER THE GOODS
Roast Turkey, with Dressing, Guava
Currants, per pkg. ___nu____ .10 I with plenty of Foliage
Jelly Lemons, per doz. ___uuu .20
Chicken Stew, a la Greco Globe cream, 6 small cans nuu ,20 Orlando and Service
Roast Pork, Apple Sauce Globe cream, 7 large cans u____ .50 Delivery Messenger and Trees.
Condensed milk, 3 cans un_ .25;
VEGETABLESCorn New Irish potatoes, per peck _u .35 I
on Cob Steamed Rice Pure creamery butter, per lb. Harley-Davidson TruckFOR
Cream Potatoes SOc., 35c. and _nnuu .38)) Price $2000.00
Note our prices on feeds, etc. QUICK SERVICE
DESSERTIce Best corn per sack _nn_______ 1.90 ,I
Cream Best oats, per sack 2.30' i
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I Best beet pulp, per sack _____u 1.80
Apple Pie, a la mode
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;Best shorts, per sack uu__ 1.75 PHONE 444
DRINKS Best bran, per sack ___________ 1.65
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Butter Milk Sweet Milk Cotton seed meal, per sack uu 1.35'
Cotton seed hulls, per sack u__ .55
Coffee Tea Scratch feed, per sack _un_ 2.15 Good and Bad Cigar Stores
WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF
MUSIC FROM 12 to 2 P.M.SUPPER. FRESH VEGETABLES.Phone .-
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The Great June Sale at the Big Store Is Now On _,





Remember there is a sale every day in June, featuring Bargains daily. This is the greatest bargain and money saving event known to the people of Orlando. You will be pleased

with the styles and you will be more than pleased with the prices offered. Due to this store's reputation for advance styles and extensive displays of what's new, interest in this eventis

always keen:therefore it is a sale of immense attractiveness to thousands of people. The descriptions below are merely a hint of what you will find here,. as every piece of goods in this

large store has been marked down to the lowest possible prices for a quick sale.




CHILDRENS DRESSES HALF PRICE EXT
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PhECCIhL
ERA I lOner Set, 74 pieces, 3 PLAIN COLORED CREPES, full yard wide
Made of Gingham, Percales Chambrays and patterns to select from beautifully dec- in all the new shades, 50c. quality _25c r
Linens in plain! and fancy colors, plaids,
orated, regular prices $23.98, June Sale
checks and stripes, _all sizes from 2 to
Price for set .: _$11.99 WHITE GOODS, Flaxons Bastiste and
14 years.75c. --------------------- ,

quality: ,' June Sale Price ___________37'/ c MATTING: RUGS Lawns, worth up to 25c t in June Sale ______lOc

$1.00 quality, June Sale Price ____________50c Size 36x72, splendid line of patterns,
$1.25 quality, June Sale Price___________622c! limit one to a customer, June Sale Price ____27c One lot of Lawns and Crepes in neat floral

$1.50 quality, June Sale Price ____________75c MATTING RUGS and conventional designs, worth 12Jic.! .
$2.00 quality, June Sale Price __________$1.00 Size 9x12, woven patterns, good designs and 15c., June Sale Price _8'c
$3.00 quality, June Sale Price ___________$1.50This and colors, $3.50 value, June Sale Price__$2.49

One lot of Embroideries in Edges, bands, ga-
Extra special during this sale I and this I

: : SILK KDIONAS sale only, Linoleum, that sells regular loons and insertions, values up to 23c, ...

for 60c. yard, full pieces, not remnants, June Sale Price _____5c
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is the best line of Kimonas ever brought Or- guaranteed 5 years, June Sale Price _______49c
lando, and will be sold at the folowing low prices: One I lot of Embroideries in edges, bands,

$4.00 Silk Kimonas, June Sale Price __________$2.98 galoons, insertions, flouncings and all-

. $5.00 Silk Kimonas, June Sale Price _________$3.98 avers, values up to 75c., June Sale Price 25c
$6.50 Silk Kimonas, June Sale Price __________$-1.98
CREPES AND TISSUES in stripes and plaids BLEACHED MUSLIN AND CAMBRIC, all "

and fancy figured effects, splendid line of the best brands Lonsdale, Hills, Hope,

RUGS RUGS RUGS patterns .to choose form. These goods White Cloud_ and Fruit of the Loom

are worth up to 35c., your choice __________lOc June Sale
121zc. quality, Price --------_____9c
EVERY SINGLE RUG IN OUR TREMENDOUS STOCK One lot of White Goods in Madras, Batiste
WILL BE PRICED DOWN TO SUCH A LOW LEVEL Lawns in checks and stripes. These BLEACHED MUSLIN, Full yard wide, fine i.

THAT YOU WILL WONDER HOW WE ARE ABLE TO goods are all good patterns and qualities, soft finish, limit 10 yards to a customer_____5c
DO IT. COME EARLY AND GET THE BEST but slightly soiled, worth up to 50c., but

BARGAINS. in June Sale ___________________________lOcPOPLINS BATH TOWELS, bleached, good heavy '
$36.50 9x12 WILTON RUGS, Sale Price _____$29.50 weight, regular 15c. quality, June Sale
in plain colors I good heavy weight, ,
22.50 9x12 AXMINISTER'RUGS, Sale Price $16.98 silk finish, 25c. quality 12'/jc= Price ______________________________-- lOc .
$21.50 9x12 AXMINISTER RUGS, Sale Price $18.98 ---------------- -

$28.00 9x12 AXMINISTER: RUGS, Sale Price $23.98 One lot of fine Imported Dress Goods in TOWELS hemmed huck
plain white and red
$22.50 9x12 Good quality Velvet Rugs, Sale $16.98 Crepes Fancy Rice Cloth and voiles, i
Ss; ;i.00 9x12 Royal Trewan Rugs, Sale Price12.50 beautiful patterns worth up to $1.00 in bordered, large size, 12'c.' quality, per

., $100.00 9x12 Royal Shan Rugs, Sale Price $73.50 June Sale _____________________________47c dozen --------------------------_______83c i
:More than 1000 Rugs to choose from, all at sale prices.





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FIRST CITIZEN. I
South Florida Sentinel The London Daily News says: By Norman Robinson i
"No man in the democratic world Sweet singer of our summer land.
t. MORNING AND WEEKLY today is so entirely governed by prin- Who taught your gifted tongue?- I
i. :- GLENN . .. . ..... Editor ciple and moral sanctions. President I What cunning hand I
W c. ESSIXGTOX .Bo in... ManagerEntered
L Wilson is not merely the first citizen Such golden threads could weave I
at the iwetoffice at Orlando. Florida of the United States but the first cit- along ObRINDPSAL
as Second Class Mail Matter. izen of the world. He makes mis- The bright embroidery of :your bur-
takes, no doubt, for he is human, but nished song?
SUBSCRIPTION RATES they never are the mistakes of a weak
Daily. 1 Year ........................ *.5.00 man they never are the mistakes ofa That little throat! How can it be
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2-50 ;
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.25 political gambler or one touched by So full of rare, exultant minstrelsy? .
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .69 sordid motives of ambition. No bigger than my finger round,
Emperor William has made many Pouring its silver torrent of sweet OF THE SEASONIS
l Weekly 1 Year ;....:............... 11.00 miscalculations about nations and sound!

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN men, but his greatest miscalculationwas
ADVANCETO in regard to Mr. Wilson and the I can not think such harmonies PROGRESSING SOMEOnly
ADVERTISERS: United States. Incidentally, there Were born amid our earthly forest
also has been much misconception on trees;
Cop for display and all other handactadvertising the same subject in this country. Confess: that song was angel given!
must be handea in at the busmen j Throughout the war his attitude has You've taken music lessons up in
.the(Bee day of before the Sentinel publication.not later This than rule 2 applies p. -. conformed to the historic tradition of Heaven! two days left, but these days will be as fertile in

to changes: for contract advertising: it ia the United States of noninterventionin
Invariable and will be strictly: adhered to. European affairs, but he realizes I hear :you when the whippoorwill bargains as the very first day.Monday .
the world has changed and the United Calls his coy mate at twilight on the
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued -
remain hermetically
States can no longer hill
should notify the office in writing
on
the date of expiration: otherwise it will be sealed. And when the rosy touch of day and Tuesday
continued at the rejrular subscription: rates, "The rupture between President Pushes the eastern fringe of night
until notice to stop is received. Wilson and Mr. Bryan will be one of
Telephone Numb r .... .................. 24 landmarks of the It away. should
the great war. appeal most strongly to keen buyers. EVERY ONE of
i is a mercy for the United States thatin And sometimes all night long you .
SUNDAY, JUNE 13, 191'x.Success the nomination struggle the amiable sing, these days, such price sacrifices, such extraordinary offerings
dreamer was defeated by the Voicing the inmost soul of coming

is bound to be yours in Or- statesman. In refusing to yield an spring, .. will l be made that will even astonish those of our many customers -
o lando. inch on the rights of American citi- For Nature's temple-service free
0 zens, President Wilson is defendingthe Still finds its sweetest chorister in who are accustomed to our New Standard of Values.WE .
sacred ark of freedom. He will thee.
The United States of America is
not go to war if war can be avoided MUST REDUCE STOCKS WE WILL
138 and is in REDUCE STOCKS
F years old Independence with honor, but the integrity of the But when thy babes are in their nest,
p: the offing. United States is his supreme concern I think dear little bird, I love thee DROP IN THE STORE AND SEE HOW WE DO IT
i 0 and it is safe in his hands." best;
After all, perhaps, Champ Clark ono How well thou carest for thy :young!
acted wisely in not inviting a quitterto YOU BELIEVE What rare and radiant cradle songsare

r the wedding.Go IN SIGNS? sung. HERE'S A FEW OF OUR SPECIALSOnly
o Just within the city limits on Ivan-
to a friend for advice, to a hoe boulevard the other afternoon a And then if danger e'er shall come,
: stranger for charity, and to a relative wornout horseshoe was lying beside Threatening those downy darlings in
for nothing. the new brick driveway and facing to- their home,
s 0 ward Orlando. By various people Thou hast a courage that would grace 2 Only 2 .
1 It is a good idea to crack a smile such conclusions as these might have The fondest bravest mother lioness! THESE PRICES WILL

f once in a while, even if it does go been drawn: More MoreDays
against the grain.Automobile The Superstitious :Man: "Some Sing on, sweet bird we need thy song; INTEREST YOU
o piece of good luck must await me." Our human singing:; still hints something -
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manufacturers The Philosopher: "This merely wrong,
I their 1916 models. are Prices announcing shows the passing of the equine species And in each tone some shadow lies-;
Thou bringest music fresh from
Par-
are lower for all machines. as a means of transportation and
t f 0 heralds the advent of that day when adise!
the last horseshoe will be cast and
What has SUMMER: DRESS GOODS LADIES' SILK HOSE
become of the old fashioned only the buzz of the motor car is :2000 YARDS

(r to church horse on that summer used to Sunday draw people mornings heard on the highway." At The Churches Consisting of Dainty weaves and qualities Any ONE DOLLAR quality of the Gordon.
The Citizen
Ordinary : "Somebody'sgot
t ? to buy a horseshoe." in both plain, stripe and flowered effects in The Phoenix, The Kayser Evorwear Hose

o The Orlando Booster: "Well, it TilE BAPTIST TEMPLE Lawns in black, white and colors for the last
i Voiles Flaxons, Organdies, Crepes,
If you want to locate in a town that does look as if there might:; be some- Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., days,
t is not afflicted with strikes, stop off thing in this good luck talk after all pastor. and Mulls, All this season's goods, regular 1 .

in Orlando and locate. It is surrounded -here, pointing right toward the I The gracious revival services to 75c. yard for the last days, 89 Cents a Pair
i by the best horticultural and trucking livest town in the state, is a horseshoe through which this church has been selling up a
land in Florida and its businessmen -what more likely than that a passing during the last twelve days .
are all up to date. bunch of good luck is traveling to the will be continued today. Some sixty- 19 Cents LADIES' READY TO WEAR
0 good old burg?" five members have been received since
f What's the answer, Orlando?-do the first service held in the new Tem- Palm Beach Suits are in great demand
Between the lure of the golf and you believe in signs? ple, and others are expected to fol-
baseball games and the excellent fishing o low. A most cordial invitation is ex- CARNIVAL SILKS and selling elsewhere at FULL PRICE.

t and bathing in the nearby lakes, PRETTY tended the public to attend all ser- Our Sale demands that EVERYTHING in
it requires a lofty moral courage tenable STRONG! vices of the day. On Monday, July the 5th, the'"MardiGras" the store be reduced.

the job a mere these heathen radiant man days.to stayon We believe in these two notes, and Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; Mr. of Florida takes place here in Or- Can you conscientiously let these reductions -
Samuel A. Newell
t o the Bryan statements, every American Public superintendent. lando. Everyone will get the fever and all slip by you?
citizen will say that Bryan resigned worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30
The good roads convention in Or because of his selfishness, and p. m., conducted by the pastor. will want to celebrate in Masquerade.. PALM BEACH SUITS, Regular $7.50

lando Thursday and the citrus grow- because of his envy and jealousy of The solemn and impressive ordinance the Silks for the occasion For the last days ____________$4.90
ers' convention Friday gave the merchants President Wilson, and that he is de- of baptism will be administered We have Fancy
f- of Orlando the chance to write termined to try to perpetuate the to a large number of new members at in all the bright carnival colors of Cerise, PALM BEACH SUITS, Regular $12.50
j( such seductive ads. that many of the Bryan hold on the Democracy of the the evening service. For the last days $9.96
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f The morning subject will be "TheLord Pinks, Blues, Yellows, Red, etc. We have ;
folks here
women went down there to country, no matter if it wreck the ':"
Silk Dresses \ I
t do some shopping. To give a list of I country and humiliate it forever i in of Hosts;" evening, "When a I priced them exceptionally low for the y Costumes, LingerieDresses }
all who were there would be about the eyes of the nations of the world. Man Forgets God." Underwear, in fact, everything of
like B. Y. I'. U. meeting at 6:30 event. A regular 35c. silk, for the last days
publishing a directory.-Apopka We believe that in the light of what p. m. a manufactured nature GREATLY REDUCED -
News. I' Bryan has done, and the treachery this o in Baraca hallIr.. Eugene Reid, !
o country in making one statement president- 15 Cents a YardPURE
after another in an effort to save his: Good music. Attentive ushers. Everybody -
What's the of use oil of stocks being poor an investment ? Advertisements face, that he has done America the welcome. I Sale of Millinery |

in which is bound to make you greatest harm of any man who has CATHOLIC-- LINEN TORCHON LACES
rich, are appearing daily. The ever been in our politics, and that he CHURCH
anthropists who own these stocks phil-just I should be now and forever eliminated Third Sunday after Pentecost and 1500 yards of a special purchase Pure Trimmed and Untrimmed
haven't : from any power or influence in our general Holy Communion Sunday.
I and reap the the heart profit to from hold on the to big them advance -, national politcal life.JacksonvilteMetropolis. :Mass at 6:30 a. m. Linen Laces in widths of from V- inch to 5 Lot 1, value up to $5.00 for the last

r. that is absolutely certain to :Mass and sermon at 10 a. m. inches in width. in a big range of Dainty days -----------------________98c

\ less come.fortunate.They want to divide with those OC.L.B.XXER 0 7:30 Rosary p. m., sermon and Benediction at Patterns Oyster White color. Many Lot 2, values up to $7.50, for the last

They don't want :yourmoneythey After the early Mass awards will days ____$2.98
WAVES ;SO YEARS. for the last --------------------
just want to help worth 20c. and 25c. a yard,
f along. But, of course, just to oblige you "Forty-nine years ago the Ocala be given to the Sunday school pupils Lot 3, values up to $20.00, for the
you, they will take your mone- Banner made its initial bow to the having the highest:; marks for the days, last days ______$4.98
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Lakeland Telegram. then population of our little city" year, and the school will be discon-
a said the editor of that newspaper on tinued for the summer. Beginning 4 Cents a Yard EVERY UNTRIMMED: SHAPE IN THE
with Sunday, 20th of June and
,
t Tuesday last. "In looking back over con-
C. II. Baker, Orange county's agricultural that period of time it can remembernot tinuing during the summer, Mass will STORE

J advisor, of Zellwood, was in a single male adult who was living be celebrated at 9 a. m. VALENCIENNES LACES Lot 4, values up to $1.25, for the last
Apopka Friday, and the All welcome to all services.
t paid News in the city then who is living here
office a visit. lIe Was just returning now." The editor continue that the 1000 yards German Val Laces, round days -------------------------50c

from a seventy-mile trip through the Banner has survived every business FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH thread edges and insertions different Lot 5, values up to $2.50, for the last
county with W. M. Glenn editor of enterprise and has always strenuously Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. days
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the Orlando :Morning Sentinel, who endeavored to be tolerant in its opin- Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. widths, splendid designs, worth 6c., 8c. lOc. Lot 6, values up to $4.00: < for the I- i.$1.00
shook hands with us and took a bird'seye ions and clean in its methods. The O'Neal superintendent.
view of the of and 12V- a yard, for the last days days ____$1.75
Men's
scenes Bible
our daily Banner is entering its fiftieth year of class at 9:45 a. m. -------------------
grind.-Apopka News. usefulness with the hearty good wishes Services"at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Yard Lot 7, values up to $8.50, for the last
of all of its patrons, says the Morning discourse, "The Highest Or- 3 Cents a days __ _$.,.7a
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June poem: We're "eats"For Times-Union, and the entire press of der of Power." Evening discourse, -- -
'skeets. the state. The Banner is conservative "David and Joab."
(But not in Orlando! This poem is and always alive to the best interests Young People's Society, GCO p. m.
from the :New York World.) of its city and county. "Long A most cordial invitation is extended -
r- o1)0NT may it wave!" to all services. STAPLE DEPARTMENT

TALK: o : -
SO Mt Ci1. A SHORTAGE OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

A valued exchange wisely says that MAYORS. Sunday school at 9:-15 a. m. Everything in Linens Napkins Sheets Sheetings
one-half of the trouble in every community :Mayors of cities from all parts of Services at 11 a. m.; subject, "God ,
comes from the fact that so Florida were invited to meet in Tam- the Preserver of Man..
F many people have not the capacity to pa on Thursday for the purpose of Wednesday evening service at 715. Slips. Bed Spreads, Blankets, Comforters, Long-
keep their mouths shut. We have participating in the convention of Third floor, corner South Orange
i two ears, but only one tongue, which I mayors of the state for the formationof avenue and Church street. Entranceon cloths Muslins] Dress Linens Crash Toweling
,
is suggestive tht we should hear the League of Florida Municipalities Church street.

more than we tell. By: the power of I I! but owing to more pressing business -0-- etc. etc. RADICALLY REDUCED!
a secret divulged families;, churches, in the neighborhood of Orlandoon ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL ,
neighborhoods:; and even nations fly i I that day, only four put in their The Very Rev. II. R. Remsen. dean.
f apart. By the power of a secret keptgreat appearance. 'Twas either that or Second Sunday after Trinity.
charities, reformatory move- "Huff's" failure to put his usual The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m.
ments and Christian enterprises may I amount of ginger into the call. Sunday school, 9:45; a. m. MEN'S CLOTHING SALEOf
be advanced. a :Morning prayer and sermon 11.
0 WORTH SI0.000.000 Evening prayer and address, 7:30.
THANKS: COME DOWN I TO FLORIDA. -0-- the House of Hart, Schaffner & MarxThe

l AND SEEThe US. Results count. For instance, as a FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
f Orlando Board of Trade is now I result of the Central Florida Highway Bible school, 9:45 a. m. reason Hart Schaffner and Marx Ready Clothes are best for you are these:

R. a regularly chartered organization Association meeting in OrlandoThursday Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. They're ready to put on, so there is no time-wasting delay in tryons ; you see just
If' at least S2.000.000 will be hv the
and i is discussing plans for the pastor. Morning theme, "TheHeart
erection how the suit will look on fit, drape and all instantly are
of a home remarks the Florida expended this ("omingear throughout of a Jew's Devotion." Subjectof you ; you guaran-
Times-Union. It is always an excel twenty-four counties in Floridafor evening sermon, "Good Roads and teed a perfect fit, and, best of all you'll save from $10.00 to $20.00, maybe more.
lent thins: for a commercial and trade the improvement and building of Religion." Just spend a few minutes in our store, you'll give your dollars a chance to buy
l organization to have a home of its : highways. This convention was worth Senior League devotional meetingat style and better fit.
a
own. The members of the board will 1 $10,000.000 to the future of Florida. 6:30 p. m. more
l take a srreat deal more interest in that I Every member of the Board of Trade Special music and a cordial wet Just note the reductions,-then inspect the goods.

bode: when there is a common meeting I. who with worked the for results.the meeting is satisfied come. EVERY $20.00 Suit for the last days _________________________-_______ $14.75
place and nr.e that is understood to -0--
>'t he the home and otTicial business cen- |:I a ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH EVERY $22.50 Suit for the last days______________t____ ________________ $15.75

ter. The Orlando Board of Trade i is IONT: PUT IT OFF. (Colored) EVERY $25.00 Suit for the last days ______________ ____________________ $17.75
doing fine work for that Quaker! } Proverb Corner Pine and Terry Sts.
0 city. I expect to pass: through this world Rev. E. Irvine Georges, B. A., vicar EVERY $30.00 Suit for the last days ________________________ __________. $19.75

NOBODY IS but once. If, therefore, there be any Sunday June 13. Second Sunday
IS SOIIKINR.Dr. : kindness I can show any fellow being. after Trinity. High celebration of the
'1 let me not defer or neglect it, for I Holy Eucharist at 10.30 a.m.; Sun
Bernard I
Dernburg the former '
| shall not pass this way again. day school and Bible Class, followed
- German colonial secretary, who has
+I by children's vespers at 3 choral
( o p.m.; -
in this for several
country
evensong and sermon at 7.30.
months left New York yesterday onboard |I DESIRES TO THANK illS ASSIST Monday, June 14. Confirmationclass
the Norwegian-American Line >I ANTScommissioner
steamship Bergenfjord, for Bergen S. A. Johnson, chair at 7.30 p.m.
Wednesday June 16. Dickson-Ives
Litany and
t"bee Norway. lIe will cross the ocean un II man of the coffee committee at the short address
on some phase of church $
der an assurance of safe conduct given barbecue Friday, is a modest man and doctrine, 7.30 p.m. DmpanyOrlando's
to the American state department desires to express his thanks to Joe Thursday, June 17. Confirmationclass
by the British, French and Russian 'I Petris, Charles Lartigue J. K. Pom- at 7.30 p.m.
, embassies. His attempt to justify the eroy. J. II. Harvey, and Boy S"outI Friday, June 18. Choir rehearsalat
sinking of the Lusitania nauseatedthe Rufus Tatum for their assistance. 7-30 .
American public, and he was I Commissioner "Sam" says they di The public p.m.d is cordially invited to : Favorite Shopping Place Orlando, Florida : :
1 afraid that he might be invited to the work and he merely superb the services on Sunday and 'Vednes-
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SOCIAL CALENDAR and :Miss Imogene Thomoson; Miss
Sanderson, of Bowling If Green, Mo.,
tonday. June II. j and Miss Clark's two cousins, Miss
D. A. Rl: w-nic, at Camp Beegiwooj j Annie Bennett and Miss Susan Bennett -
che, :Mrs. J. It. Cheney hostess. of Kansas City.
U. D. C. called meeting, atI p. m., "Miss Clark's gown is of-soft white I 7.t
at home of Miss :Mary Robinson. I satin draped with lace. It is elabo-
Elks observe "flag day" at 5 p. m. rately embroidered after the foreign .
Baptist Ladies' Aid Society, business I style, but it is entirely an American
and social meeting. production.
Troop 4. Boy Scouts, meets at :M. E. "Among some of the costly gifts
church, 7 p. m.Tuesday. which already have been received area I II
June 13.: diamond pendant, countless silver I
Associated Charities meeting at San pieces including antique candlesticks, :\ !
Juan hotel, 5 p. m. tea sets and a set of flat silver. The : N
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Younger Matrons Card Club, : house of representatives will give I! r t 0
Thomas Brodwater hostess. Miss Clark a necklace consisting of
Wednesday, June 16. \Irs.1 eighty-five diamonds set in platinum.The j :MILADY'S JEWEL CASE
Bachelor Girls' Club meeting. members of the senate are to present "CAST UP
>! Filled with examples of our Gold and Diamond! Mounted Jewelry i i.
Subscription dance at Country Miss Clark with a pearl neck-
indeed a treasure. Our jewelery tock is complete and \'arll'ti.!
"
Twentieth Century Club picnic, "Sirs. i lace. A Kalem Come and see what beautiful specimens of Jewelry craftsmanshipwe
S. E. Ives, Gore avenue, hostess.Thursday -oSUBSCRIPTION You'll not find our prices
are showing. prohibitive by
DANCES plete in two any
June 17. I *
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Half holiday. PROVING POPULAR.The i means.
Friday, June 18. I following cards have been ;(
Special meeting Methodist: church mailed: ALLEN & CO., JE YELER .
to receive reports of canvassing I Orlando, Fla., June 10, 1915. i b
committees. I The last series was so enjoyable it HEARST ', z _. t---I-
---0-- was decided last night that a new ,.
URGES IMPORTANT WORK I series of at least five subscriptiondances ,
Portraying all 'I'
ON SCHOOL COMMITTEES.To : will be held the first of which
Presidents of Federated Clubs: will probably be held next week. Every events of the
The rural school committee earnestly member is cordially urged to par-
request that you include the following ticipate and we request that you send
in the plan of work of your club: I your name and $5 to Miss Maggie WEDDING BELLS
1. A study of the school laws of Hart. "The more the merrier," and
your state with one program devotedto we hope every member will join.V. .
discussion of needed legislation for W. Estes, secretary.Do "CHIEFLY WILL RINGfor
rural schools. ( not neglect to get cards for (
2. Make a survey of the rural your guests for each dance.) ,
schools in your county: (a) Name I i,
and location; (b) name and location NO PERMANENT"HEADQUARTERS. A Vitagraph : many couples during the next sixty days and those who send
of teacher; (c) trustees of governing j fashionable invitations will order them
out from the
J. P.
Stevens
board; (d) name and address of local The board of governors of the As- i i iI
women interested in school better- sociated Charities met Thursday even- i I Engraving Co., 47 Whitehall St, Atlanta, Ga. Samples and pricesare
ment; (e) needs of each school. ing at the Episcopal Chapter Houseto I
3. Adopt one or more schools in adopt by-laws for their govern- A ( furnished upon application. Be sure and get the proper
the county and contribute somethingto ment and to transact such business as thing by ordering from them.
their improvement. Cooperatewith should come before them for settle- ; i,(
school and local authorities, especially ment. Among other subjects comingup I
county superintendents,teachers for discussion was the location of I I
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and governing boards. permanent headquarters for the asso- 5 cents '
Remember the ultimate purpose to ciation. Several propositions for such
be attained is local organizations of permanent headquarters were submit- :
the citizens''in each school district for ted by Mayor Sperry, who is in : I Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
the betterment of their schools. charge of the matter. Each of the
Mrs. L.1.. Bashinsky, Mrs. Paul propositions was considered, but as '
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Charles P. Weaver, Mrs. Hugh{ M. the subject. ; L ___ Pitcarn Floor Spar. Valentine Yalspar
Willett, Mrs. E. E. Pettinger, Mrs. 4 -
Maggie '\'. Barry, chairman, Sherman YOUNG MATRONSCARD .
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[ PATTON'S SUN PROOF
Texas.Do CLUB. iI1MllN.r PAINT
you know that- Mrs. W. C. Essington was hostess .l"i''
Illiteracy in rural territory is twice yesterday to the Young Matrons Card
: s great as in urban territory? Club at her home on West street. i : Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
Rural illiteracy among whites is There were several tables of players.Mrs. .
tree'! times the urban illiteracy? Clarence Brown, Mrs. L. U. Giles, $ 205 S. Orange Avenue
Illiteracy among children of native and Mrs. Fred Harris, of Bradentown
1 orn parentage is more than three substituted while 1IissIary Robinson Phone 261
times as great as among native born Mrs. D. A. Cheney, and Mrs. F.
<4 hildren of foreign parentage? I G. Rush came later in the afternoon.Mrs. .
About 60 per cent. of the total enrollment I Harris won the guest prize and Pratt & Lambart's 61" Floor Varnish
is in rural schools? Mrs. Wm. Davis the club prize. The ROOf [ Patton's Velumina
the :Modern
WallI'
Rural attendance is only 51 per interior of the porch where the players ,
1 Finish.
rent of the total aggregate attend- were was prettily decorated. A i
nce? delicious ice cream course was served. TONIGHT"I VITRALITE, the long life Enamel
About 60( per cent. of the childrenin --- COLEMAN: & RIIAN
rural schools are in one teacher D. A. R. PICNIC
school houses? I ON FLAG DAY. :\
All over the United States rural The local members of the Orlando TONIGHT"I 1
schools lack intelligent and economic Chapter D. A. R. will hold their an-
management, adequate supervisionand nual picnic on Monday, June 14, observing -
efficient teaching? Compiled "flag day" at Camp Bee-gi- THE BATTLE W1URM R. O'NEAL
from the Bulletin of the U. S. Bureauof woo-che. The members have invited
Education. their husbands and a delightful timeis
---0-- looked forward to by all. Mrs. J. R. Established 1886 '
MISS GENEVIEVE CLARK Cheney will he hostess for the occa-
ANNOUNCES WEDDING PLANS. sion. At noon a picnic dinner will be
Says a social item of much inter- served, either on the grounds or in A Feature
est from Washington D. C., of recent the house as the weather dictates.
date: !
war burlesque. & O'NEAL
"Arrangements for the wedding of FLAG DAY WILL BE OBSERVEDBY
Miss Genevieve Clark, daughter of THE ELKS
Speaker and Mrs. Champ Clark, to
James M. Thompson, of New Orleans, Flag day will be appropriately observed :\
are nearing completion."The :Monday, June 14, by the Elks. LOANS
wedding will take place June Services will be held in the lodge A drama in one
30, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, on room at 5 p. m., after which refreshments -
the lawn of the Clark home, Honey- will be served in celebration of
shuck, Bowling Green, Mo. The bride's the eighth anniversary of Orlando REAL ESTATE RENTALS
cousin, Rev. Mr. Herndon, will .perform Lodge, Xo. 1079, B. P. O. E. "
the ceremony. Among the I
bridesmaids will be two sisters of the I An ad. in the Morning Sentinel is a The of
bridegroom Miss Dorothy Thompson safe investment. romance

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TAMPA TRIBUNE MAN ON VACATION BURGLAR STEALS BOX OF
( 73 Miles Through Orange Co. CIGARS

Shelton S. Matlack, the Tribune's
Joe King, a negro, gained entry to DO YOU KNOWwe
r r With Agricultural Agent Baker record in a journalistic line, has been Collier's picture show and restaurant

allotted a regular vacation and will early yesterday morning and escaped
steam early this morning for Orlandoen with a box of Lucerne Circle cigars will sell yon Feed by the pound sick ton car. or
ARTICLE TWO I. idences bespeaking louder than words route. The record part is abilityper valued at $1.75. The desperate thief train? Such is the fact. \
i It was not long until Capt. Baker I the character of the tenants. Exter- cubic inch in the smallest city was later arrested by colored officer
gave a few directions to the "chauf- I ior appearances count for everything.Ocoee editor south of the Mason-Dixon line. Tom Collins and is now in iail. The quality will be of the best and the prices basedon

feur," and we drew up at Minorville, was alive with country people "Matty" will visit with the citrus Notwithstanding that it is now the that broad policy "Live and Let Live."
I a short distance south of Ocoee. Dis- :I and the one business street of this magnates at Orlando today and to- dullest period of the year, business

mounting from the car we stepped into thriving town was thickly grouped night as the staff correspondent of with those wide awake ones of the Try Tampa Special and Mo-Life
i the packing house of W. N. Seegar with vehicles. The townspeople in the Tribune at the front. Unlesssome Florida newspapers is excellent. The ,

f'' & Co. We were warmly greeted by front of the stores, including WilliamP. of Orlando's fastidious young Sun order frequently to take grows care to of twelve all its pagesin pa- '
Mr. "Bob" Seegar, who was warm- Blakely, the merchant prince, ladies enchant Matty, Sunday will find trons, and many others of our exchanges '
hearted and most cordial. waved us a greeting as we turned the him corralling all the skeeters, chig- show remarkable prosperity. ,
I these is the Orlando Sentinel The Co-Operative Produce Co.
Among
The people in the western and prow of our "boat" towards Winter gers and other species of insect life which consisted of eighteen pages
northwestern portion of Orange coun- Garden. On our left was a neat that make country life a dream in the ,
- last Sunday.-CIearwater Sun. i
W. S. DeWITT. M'e'r. No. IO East Church Street PHONE 447
which
ty are without exception warm-heart. I looking and commodious depot neighborhood of Sorrento. He will return -I
,; ed, hospitable and generous to a fault. testified to the general enterprise of in one week unless he decides to Orlando is fast becoming noted as'
It is this class of county citizens that ,Ocoee, constructed during the past take agriculture.-Tampa Tribune. I a convention city, and it all comes II -
I I up I through the right kind of boosting. ____ ___ n_ __
the T. & G.
the
forced county into by Ry.
has Orange year
'. I Orlando is possessed of the real spirit : I
P:. forefront of the great commonwealth I It Ocoee boasts of as fine orange My residence phone is :No. 522-R. and future accomplishments will be I
t of Florida. The mother of three children -I groves as any, barring none, in Flori- Dr. Buckmaster. 6-6-tf great and many. I I
.. Osceola, Lake and Seminole. da. They are in a high state of culti- II
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urally a kind and affable disposition. golden fruit known throughout the iI I
Twelve packers were wrapping and country for their flavor and lusciousness. -
crating tomatoes. The tomatoes are The Tavares & Gulf Ry. runs I J FUNERAL DIRECTORAND

\ picked and packed green. When they through Ocoee as does the A. C. L. L REFRIGERATORS I i
\ reach New York or their northern branch, and this section is served with f EMBALMERAll

destination they are ripe. At least excellent transportation facilities.

' one-half of the packers were women Oranges and truck has put Ocoee on Stone Lined. Made of Heavy Ash with Raised Beveled Panels. : !
and young girls. They were very the map for all time despite its small I. 'I calls answered Promptly Dayor
adept with their fingers and the work 1 I population of several hundred which

was progressing rapidly. At that i Lis i constantly increasing. In this case Night. Hand Block.
i: time the New York market had risen ''quality not quantity is found at Ocoee,
fifty cents and Mr. Seegar was unus I'although the residenters tell tremendous .I -
ually happy. It is not uncommon for fish stories all emnating from Orlando Florida.
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seven cars per week in the height ofF (This concludes the second of a PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457

the season, although a good average series of letterettes. The next installment -
' is four car loads. A switch from the will deal with Winter Gar- I

t A. C. L. at the packing house door den and the South Apopka region.) I
facilitates labor.
from the house Solid Brass Nickel-plated Lever Locks
Stepping packing WATERMELONS, CHEAP!
which was cool and airy into a boxcar Cut showing Corner Section and Method of Construction.The .

Capt. Baker pointed to the view A car of watermelons at Nick latest receptacle for the storage of food is made of Gran- DISCOUNIONFURNITURETo
obtained from our elevated box-car i Francisco's. Fine quality. Cheap ite wood, a composition stone. It is applied to the inside wood lining -
of the refrigerator (to the thickness of one-half inch) when in
price. 6-12-2tc
and north
To the east as
position.
a soft plastic state. During the drying process it worked downto
r fertile fields as exist in America lay; a smooth even surface which in a short time cures out very hard reduce
stock
much
r before our vision. The diversified nature and tough. It is then treated to three coats of the best hard drying i our as as
of the landscape was appealingHere enamel to give it the clean, snowy white appearance.It much possible by the 15th will
t will not break; it will not leak; it will not rust; it will not as ,
were tomato fields, and there Lake Site absorb dampness or germs. It has no seams, therefore, it can haveno
F tinselled corn fields waving to us a cracks, no crannies to harbor uncleaniness, there is lothmpr to give a
green greeting" while in the distance interrupt or dimish the original circulation of cold air which is a
feature of this celebrated refrigerator. Discount of 25 Per Centoff
i[ could be seen a glimpse of fields, orange
Note the round corners at the back and bottom; the manner in
r groves and banana trees, broken I which the drain pipe through the bottom is embedded in the mater-
by the beautiful shade trees seques- ial, the method by which the material is brought to the edge of our regular cash price on any
tering comfortable homes. Water Two the door casing as well as the front of the bottom, in this manner
sealing the entire lining in one solid seamless piece. I goods in store.Hammond.
available and in abundance,
was There is no lurking place for germs; no entrance-way for sat-
deep pools of blue reflecting the urated air; no toll taken from theory; the circulation of air
.. speckless sky. works on the latest day of use as effectively and as purely as on
, After Mr. Seegar very graciously Real BargainsSee the first day of trial. The difficulties of former days have been
overcome, and an economy has been attained in expense, in taste, Gore
; cranked our car we sped towards I in comfort and in health so extensive that it cannot be computed.
Ocoee.
,"Canning factories would be a E. B. Bradley Quick. Absolutely Seamless-Positive Circulation-Round Corners. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

f great marked thing the chauffeur.for this section," re- I OSCAR HAND & SON | Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla.

"Yes," agreed the County Agricul-

tural County Agent," you could see ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Complete House FurnishersiMIIIIIIMIiMMMIIIIIMIIIIII i
yourself the immense waste of toma- I ,
toes in the Seegar & Co. packing III Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
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house alone. In a season this I
amounts to a great deal. Millions of''J

dollars are going to waste yearly in
Florida. The by-products of our i
rus fruits are being wasted cit-I I
Think of the jellies that could be The Orlando Meat MarketT.

made from the by-products of citrus

fruits." A. YANCY Manager
During the conversation various

plants and flowers along the route Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

were pointed out by Capt. Baker, always .
Florida and Western Meats
with an interesting explanation.
It is a fine thing to be in love with
one's work and realize that in the per- Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables,'.Game, Etc. A Wise GrowerREMARKED

formance of one's duties not only individuals -
Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order
are benefitted, but communities -

cities, counties and a state as PHONES / Business (135 P. O. BOX 226 -
well. \Residence ( Cor. and Church Si.
(33 Orange Ave.
"There is one thing in Chase & CooS advertisementswhich
However the canning factory
pro- should be noticed, and which should appeal to
position was thoroughly discussed. Itwill
not be many years until Central r every intelligent grower-that Chase & Co. do not solicit
Florida is massed with enterprising I business on sentimental pleas or by claiming that they

managers "canning" the dollars that will do "this or that" next jear-THEY STAND ON
lay wasting in the fields and groves THEIR RECORD OF THIS AND PREVIOUS SEASONS.
because there are now no facilities ORLANDO ROOFINGAND

capable of utilizing beans, oranges, i CORRESPONDENCE INVITED

grapefruit, tomatoes, sweet corn, and

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was packing or shipment.It I MARKETING AGENTS FOR
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rot. To an even greater extent is the
loss of citrus fruits. II

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well-kept property. Indeed all along Try a Sentinel Want Ad :
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NEW -"TWISIX" STAR ONt ,MANY FISH DIE IN ICY WATERSOFF MANATEE PLANS TO BOND FOR BIG BOND ISSUE FOR FIFTY-

BROADWAYThere FLORIDA COAST ROUTE TO HILLSBOROUGII MILE HIGHWAY CARRIES WERE GETTING GOOD ? ? ? I IDo

r is a new star on Broadway. Daytona, Fla., June 9.-By a vote
Manatee, Fla.-On July 19 the Par- To Our (11lszroners
It's a scintillating star, the Packard West Palm Beach, Fla.-One of the of 10 to 1 property owners in the
t rish road and bridge district will vote
Twin Six. strangest phenomenas that has been for eastern section of Volusia county yesterday you want a fine Velvet Rug, 3Gin. x 72 in., in
bond issue of bridge
The newest motor car design in the I discovered in this section of the coun- on a $110,400 Final actionin voted the proposed four hun- soft pleasing colors, or a white and blue wool and fibre I
and road improvements. dred thousand dollar bond issue for
world maSTts metropolitan appear- try,for some time was discovered by size,
i same
this matter was taken by the coun- I better roads in that district. The big
ance at the Packard store in New ,a party of fishermen some days ago commissioners on the petition issue was carried by the greatest ma- Do you use Aluminium Ware?
ty pre-
York on Wednesday morning, June 2. 'in the form of a stream of icy cold this jjprity. ever given a bonding proposition See our 14 Piece set. and our 72 piece set Blue and
sented for the formation of "
At six o'clock in the !l in the between the Gulf spe- in this section, and as a result
evening 4,939 water ocean Gold Dishes. All the above will bP given away absolutelyfree.
the e1ec-
cial district and in ordering j fifty-odd mile of brick highways and
persons had called to make an inspec- j stream and the land. This stream is tion. The proposed improvements ,other hard surfaced roads will be con- Call
tion and this number was increasedby said to be killing off thousands of structed.
several hundred during the hours 'pounds of fish daily and the beach I contemplate opening a hard surfaced I The plans call for the constructionof FINLEY'S PIONEERand
road from the Ilillsborough line, and
a road beginning at the St. Johns
previous to the opening of the thea between a point north of the inlet and
working this way in conjunction with county line, continuing through Or- see our Premium Table.
(IJupiter is lined with the bodies of 'r mond, Daytona. Daytona Beach and
ters.The the Palmetto and Sarasota districts.
Pine and Court St.
Corner Phone
day following the 5,000 mark dead fish. Seabreeze and Port Orange to a point r 67
was again passed, establishing whatis : The cause of this mysterious streamin Fifty-four miles of road are includedin I several miles north of Xew Smyrna. : .
the plan proposed. Sand-oil will I Just as quickly as the bonds can be
probably a record for Broadway'smotor the ocean is baffling the fishermen 1-- ____
enter into the construction of the new sold, contracts for the building of the I 1I --- -- -- u
row. Testifying to the fact and others living on the coast, and no highway will be let and work com
i road, which is to be hard surfaced at
that this enormous number of callers one seems to be able to account for I menced. THE VERY LATEST IDEAS
$3,590 per mile. Other roads to be
was not made up of the idly curiousis its presence. The water is said to be
benefited are to be graded at $800 per Montreal, the I
mountainsof
a wire sent to the factory by M. J. cold as ice where this stream is among big We
as mile. North Carolina is unique. Private !I In Post Cards are always to be found on our racks. also
Budlong, president of the company's flowing, and a person can hold the family has high class accommodations I carry by far the largest assortment of local view cards.
branches, declaring that an error had ,hand in the water only a few mo- for a few desirable adult guests.
BUYERS AND ELI.ERS Over hundred views of Orlando and vicinity. Look
one
been made in pricing the cars. Bud- :ments without suffering great pain. Large: comfortable new house; running -
I buy, sell rent, and exchange real water in each room; sleeping over our cards frequently if wish to keep posted on
long is positive that every car allot- I Bob :McGriff and a party of fisher- you
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., rorches; unexcelled home cooking. '
ted to New York city could be sold men made the trip up the coast Satur- 30 Have handled Particulars, address "Birdwood." Box "postcarditis.: Just now we have some very new ideas in
for $500 more than the list price. day, and upon their return to this city 520,000,000.jver\ jears.Call and see m. over 27, Montrtat, N. C. 5-16-S10t birthday and general greeting cards.
The Twin Six shown in New Yorkis said they were amazed at the great
'I 10-6-3m F. A. LEYVTER. \Y. S. BRANCH
The St. Charles Hotel will remain
the one displayed at Indianapolis quantity of fish that had been killed ,
Special summer rates.
during the 500 mile race. The sensation I by this mysterious ice water stream. The want ad.'s the thing. open.6-10-5tc THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
this car caused in the Hoosier I I They said the bank for some distance -- -.----
metropolis is best shown by a wire north of the inlet is 'literally lined
sent to Detroit by Carl G. Fisher, !i'with the bodies of dead fish and that MIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMI3MMMMMMMMGREAT I
president of the Indianapolis Speed-I I it is estimated there are thousands of
way, who is also the Packard dealerin i: pounds of fish killed by this stream
Indianapolis. It reads: I:1 daily. Another unusual thing about
"Have just finished largest week's I this ice water stream is its presence .
business in history of company. Showrooms I'i near the Gulf stream.
were crowded from' morninguntil I I Groceries Groceries !

night. Public comments from NEEDS OF SEMINOLES TO BE .
foremost engineers in attendance at i I LEARNED BY SPENCER
races have aided us wonderfully in i -
taking orders from conservative mo- ,: Dean Spencer, United States com-
torists who otherwise might have been missioner in charge of the Seminole
skeptical over such a pronounced departure -t Indians, is in the Everglades investigating -
from conventional construc- I I conditions. He has been granted -
tion. Believe entire allotment of carte blanche by the federal government -
Twin Sixes for this district will be to supply the immediate I
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sold within 30 days. We are willingto needs of the Indians and to take such

. double original order if the factorycan "steps as are necessary for their re- I
supply us." ,lief. It has been reported that manyof
In nearly every important center them have been suffering for the !
of""distribution Packard dealers are : lack of food.-Miami Metropolis. '; REDUCTION SAL
making insistent demands for increased -
allotments. I Get the news in the Sentinel first I I

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event by giving the residents of Orlando and vicinity a chance to

buy Groceries AT LESS THAN COST PRICE. This will be knownas


the Great Grocery Event in Orlando.



See the California ExpositionsThe SALE WILL BEGIN


great Panama-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco, the Saturday Morning June 12thAND
Panama-California Exposition at San Diego, the Mission Play at
Los Angeles, and the Golden State at its best.
Visit the orange groves that are of so much interest to any Flori
dian; study the methods of the California growers. Thus you may' LAST AN ENTIRE WEEK
make the trip worth while as well as one of pleasure.

$80 50 Direct and Diverse Routes! $89.00 Special help will be provided and everyone will receive prompt service

F...hi.:',.,:, Low Rates; Superb Trains '_T-'.

Choice of three gateways-New Orleans, St. Louis and Chicago j I
Choice of many routes-going one way-returning another. Fast ARE A FEW
THE FOLLOWING OF THE BARGAINS WE OFFER
through trains,with only one change en route. Personally conducted
tours, independent parties or individual trips.
Only SM.50 round trip,Jacksonville to San Francisco and return, Flour, Lard, Jams, Cream, etc. Canned Goods
with gtop-orrr pririlfgesen route and free side trip to San Diego from
Los Angeles. Proportionately low rates from all other points. 15 Ibs. Best Granulated Sugar ____________$1.00
Peas 18c., can ____________________12c
Pillsbury Flour, 24 lb. sack _______________$1.15 now per
Summer Excursions North and WestSolid Pillsbury's Flour, 12 lb. sack _______________59c Corn, 3 cans for __________________________25c .
________________25c
for
Brooms, Brooms, Brooms, ____25c., 35c., and 50c Sweet Potatoes, 3 cans
steel l trains, comfortable roaches, modern! sleepers' superior Snowdrift, Large size, per pail ___________$1.00 Lima Beans, 3 cans for ___________________25c
dining car service, to Chicago, Cincinnati, Loir.tvuV, St. Louis and! Pork and Beans, 2 large cans ______________25c
New Orleans-connections there for every part of North and West JAMS AND JELLIES Pork and Beans, 3 small cans for ___________25c
:Four trains daily-South Atlantic Limited tuCinnnnati and Louis- I Herring Roe, 2 large cans for ______________25c
Former 30c. 35c. Sale Price______20c
ville;Dixie Flyer to Chicago;Montgomery Route Expressto:Memphisand Prices and Cod Roe, 2 large cans for __________________2oc
St. Louis; New Orleans Special to Mobile and New Orleans. EXTRACTS Shad Roe, 2 large cans for ________________35c

Choice routes i* ONE L & N. feature Many others make the Lemon, 25c. size for_______________________15c Peaches, 35c. value for ____________________20c
road literature a favoriteith and full information travelers. For rates, reservations, illustrated Vanilla, 25c. size for ______________________18c Apricots, 35c. value for ___________________20c j
'plumeire or write Pears, 35c. value for ______________________20c
H. C. BRETNEY, Florida Passenger Agent CREAM Pineapples, 25c. value for __________________20c r 1
Louisville and Nashville Railroad Small size, per dozen cans ---------------40c Full Cream Cheese, per pound ______________20c j
Large size, per dozen cans -----------------73c
134 W. St. Bell Phone Franco-American Ready-Made Soups, per doz. 75c .
Bay ( 167)), Jacksonville Florida KETCHUP Five pounds of Coffee for _________-______$1.00

j 3 bottles, small size for ____________________23c; I Pillsbury's Wheat Cereal, 2 packages for _____25c ;
Regular 25c. size for ______________________19c Kingan's Hams, per pound _______________18c

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Saturday and Monday SpecialsWe
25 LOS GRANULATED SUGAR FOR $1.25 WILL BE GIVEN GIVEN WITH EVERY ;

CASH SALE TO THE AMOUNT OF $10.00
are still in business at No. 47 W. Church SI. A new d
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line ot STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES received since the tire.

We are prepared to give our customers the best of prices and REMEMBER this Sale lasts ONE SOLID WEEK, but come ;

senice. NOTE THESE PRICES:

Sugar, 16 lbs _________________$1.00 4 cans best Tomatoes -----___.25c early and get first choice. ;j

Best White Meat, per lb. ______12%c 3 cans test Kraut -----________25c '1

Best Lard, per lb. 9c 3 cans best Hominy -----________25c

Best Hour, per sack _________$1-05 2 cans Libby's Cherries ----___25c

5 gallons Best Coal Oil _________60c 2 cans Rosedale Table Peaches25c s
Caruthers & Gore !

3 cans Best Corn _______________25c Best Hams, per lb. ---------_____17C

3 cans best Peas ._____________.25c 5 lbs. best Coffee --------_____$1.00

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"Doctor," he said, "1 happen to haY
; I| She leaned towards him, of
a torrent
my chemical chest with me, and some
t5 words streaming from her Ups The
r? BLACK- special testing tubes. If you'll allow
professor answered her in her own lan-
me. Fd like to examine this cup of:
guage. She listened to him in amazement
bouillon. You might come round too.
The anger; passed She held out
if you wilL" 3
I both her bands The professor
J Jet vg enl!
The captain nodded. }
"I'd better stay here for a time" he I argued. She shook h-.d. Finallyhe
placed some gold 11e fPpalms.
decided. 111 follow you presently." I She

\IIII kBQ The service of dinner was resumed patted him on the cheek, laugh'd into
his eyes pointed behind and
\ resumed
. Laura, however, sent plate after plate I
her dance. The anklet remaim d la tneprofessor's '
away. The captain watched her anx I hand.

iously. 1 1I
"Say.. well get out of this
"I can't help It," she explained. "]1 Quest.:
1IiiI Y said. "The girls have had
I + enough'
r don't know whether you've had any -
E.Phillips Oppenheim The professor made no obJ'
n.on
talk with Mr. Quest, but we've been .
"Congratulate me. he said "I ha '
I Nt
Jjfsts ? < I' through some queer times lately. 1 I %
? ; been a collector of Egyptian gold
b Novelized from the Photo Play of the Same Name. Produced by the Universal guess this death business is getting ori.ameats
f Film Manufacturing Company. I on my nerves." all my life. This is thtr..*-

SYNOPSIS. I thought when be was showing us I The captain was startled. I I anklet I needed to complete my collection -
; It has the double mark of
t\lt
round the ship" Quest agreed. "You don't for a moment connect

Sanford Quest master criminologist of I "Mem" Harris murmured softly, i Mrs. Foston Rowe's death with the Pharaohs. I recognized it at oiu-e
! the world finds that in bringing to justice I 3 I There are a thousand like it y>'u
Macdouffal. the murderer of Lord "as the gentleman who wrote the volume criminal you are in search of? be
would think in the bazaars thtn tu
Ashlelnh's daughter he has but just begun i of detective stories I am reading exclaimed.
a life-and-death struggle with a mys- reality there may be perhaps a rt.'fen
puts it, to keep Laura still for
terious master criminaL In a hidden hut our eye on sat quite a moment
I -
In Professor Ashlelgh's garden he has Brown." I "The bouillon was offered first toI :'%' 41. more in all Egypt which are gmu,' '
eeen an anthropoid ape skeleton and aliving .t + They all looked at one dui'if-!
.. The captain, who was down to dinner I Mr. Quest, she murmured. S
f
Inhuman creature half monkey
l Their relief had too
t.. half man. destroyed by fire. In his rooms unusually early, rose to welcome I[ The captain called his steward. grown poignant .

have appeared from nowhere black boxes Quest's little party, and himself arranged "Where did you get the bouillon "As a Pleasure CruUe" Quest Remarked "This Excursion I for words.
containing sarcastic threatening notes I Seems to Be a "Early start tomorrow" Quest reminded .
signed by a pair of armless hands. Laura I I I the seats. from you served-that last cup especially Success." .
i' and Lenora. his assistants suspect Craig settled *' them.
I I They down into the places ? he asked.
. the professors servant of a double mur- S 1 .
der. The black boxes continue to appearIn I I i arranged for them. "From the pantry Just as usual, chance of fortune not because your and hurried off across the docks. On

uncanny fashion. Craig' is trapped by i An elderly lady, dressed In some- I sir," the man answered. "It was all wits are keen, not because of your I the landing stage mind!" Lenora a few nights later. look-o
Quest, but escapes to England, whereg down from the star-strewn sk% wl!.cb
Quest Lenora and the professor follow what oppressive black, with a big served out from the same caldron. I own shrewdness; simply because I The captain came and put his head .
seemed have
to
I; Mm. Lord Ashleigh is murdered by the cameo brooch at her throat and a I "Any chance of anyone getting at ; Fate= willed it. It will not be for long. out of the door. suddenly dropped su
r Hands. Lenora is abducted In London' I much nearer to them, to the shadows'
t and rescued. Craig is captured and es- I: black satin bag In her hand, was being it?*' Underneath was the drawing of the "Mr. Quest," he said, "can you spare thrown the desert
I across by the dancing
to Port Said. shown by the steward to seat by sir." I clenched hands. j :
capes a "Quite impossible, me a moment? You can all come if
f I I Quest's side. She acknowledged the I In Quest's stateroom the doctor : "There is no longer any doubt," you like." flames of their fire.

TENTH INSTALLMENT captain's greeting acidly. the professor, Quest and Lenora were Lenora said calmly. "Craig is onboard They moved up towards him. The Laura rose to her feet

[ "Good evening, captain she said. "I ;I all gathered around two little tubes, lie must have been on decka j captain closed the door of his cabin. "Say I'm going to get a drink," she

CHAPTER XXII. understood from the second steward I few minutes It was his hand I I announced.The .
which the criminologist was examining ago. lie pointed to a carpet-sweeper which

that the seat on your right hand wouldbe with an electric torch. I which placed this card on the port- lay against the wall. I dragoman who had been hon r'

reserved for I Mrs. Fos- hole. Listen! What's that?" lag around bowed gravely and pointed
frO THE SHIP OF HORROR. me. am "No reaction at all, the latter mut- "Look at that, he Invited.
towards the water bottles
Quest leaned a little forward and ton Rowe." i tered. "This Isn't an ordinary poison, There was a scream from the deck. They lifted the top. Inside were several I

gazed down the line of steamer chairs. The captain received the announce- : anyway." They all recognized Laura's voice. sandwiches and a small can of I. She took the horn cup from the

L The professor, in a borrowed overcoat ment calmly. I I The professor, who had been standing Harris was out of the stateroom first ''tea.I dragoman.

f and cap, was reclining at full length, "Very pleased to have you at the 'i on one side, suddenly gave vent to but they were all on deck within ten I I I. "What on earth is this?" Quest de- "Have some yourself, if you want

studying a book on seagulls which he table, madam," he replied. "As to the a soft exclamation. seconds. Laura was standing with manded. i to, Hassan. she invited.

I had found In the library. Laura and I seating, I leave that entirely to the I "Wait!" he whispered. "Wait! I one hand clasping the rail her hand i I i The captain without a word. led I Hassan bowed gravely, filled a cup

r Lenora were both dozing tranquilly. steward. I never interfere myself." : have an idea." fiercely outstretched towards the low- I:I them into his inner room. A huge and drank it off. lie stood fur a mo-

tF Mr. Harris of Scotland Yard was deep I Laura pinched his arm, and Lenora I He hurried off to his stateroom. er part of the promenade deck. : lounge stood in one corner. He lifted I ment perfectly still, as though something

t. In a volume of detective stories. glanced away to hide a smile. :Mrs. I The doctor was poring over a volume Through the darkness they heard the !I the valance. Underneath were some were coming over him which he

f' "As a pleasure cruise," Quest remarked Foston Rowe studied the menu disap- of tabulated poisons. Quest was still sound of angry voices. I I I crumbs. failed to understand. Then his lips

grimly, "this little excursion I provingly. i.1 watching his tubes. Lenora sat upon "What is it, Laura?" Lenora cried. "You see." he pointed out, "there's parted, his eyes for a moment seemedto
shoot from his
seems to be a complete success." "Hors d'oeuvres; she declared, "I ; the couch. Suddenly the professor She swung round upon them. room there for a man to have hidden, out of dusky skin.

Laura opened her eyes at once. never touch. No one knows how long I reappeared. He was carrying a small "Craig!" she cried. "Craig! I especially if he could crawl out on He threw up his arms and fell over on

'Trying to pet my goat again, eh?" I I they've been opened. Bouillon. will notebook in his hand, his manner betrayed saw his face as I sat in my chair deck at night. I couldn't make out his side. Laura, who had only sipped

t the retorted. "I suppose that's what have some bouillon steward." some excitement. He closed there, talking to the captain. I sawa why the dickens Brown was always her cup, threw it from her. She, too.

you're after. Going to tell me I sup- "In one moment, madam." I the door carefully behind him. man's white face-nothing else. He sweeping out my room and I took up reeled for a moment. The professorand

pose, that it wasn't Craig I saw aboard The professor came ambling along "I want you all," he begged, "to must have been leaning over the rail. this thing a little time ago and lookedat Quest came running up, attractedby
Lenora's shriek."They're .
this steamer? towards the table."I listen very carefully to me. You will lIe heard me call out and he disappeared it. This is what I found"Where's /' "
J "We are all liable to make mistakes fear poisoned! she cried. .
that I am a few momentslate "
I discover the application of what I am Brown? Quest asked
t ," Quest observed, "and I am Inclined ," he remarked, as he took the I going to read when I am finished. The captain came slowly out of the quickly. i. "The Veedemzoo!" Quest shouted

[ "to believe that this Is one of chair next to Mrs.\ Foston Rowe. I of. I Now, if you please." shadows, limping a little, and fol- "I rang down for the chief steward" "My God! Pull yourself "together,

yours. fer you my apologies, captain. I congratulate I lowed by his steward. who was mur- Laura. Hold up for a minute
"This, he began. "is the diary of a the captain continued, "and ordered
f Laura's expression was a little dog He dashed back to their little encampment -
library. I have muring profuse apologies.
L you upon your tour made by Craig and myself in Brown to be sent up at once. The .
ged."If discovered a most interesting book up- northern Egypt some fourteen years "Did you find him?" Laura demanded chief steward came himself instead. and reappeared almost im
if he's too clever for and Mr. mediately. He threw Laura's head
you I on the habits of seagulls. It kept me I eagerly.
ago. Here Is the first entry of Im- It seems Brown went off without his
6 Harris," she said, "I can't help that. I engrossed until the very last moment, port: "I did not,". the captain replied, a wages, but with a huge parcel of bedding back and forced some liquid down her
r I only know that he came on board. and I am hungry." I little tersely. "I ran into Brown here throat.

r. My eyes are the one thing In life I do "Well, you'll have to stay hungry a II I "AY-Twenty-nlne miles southeastof and we both had a shake-up." ,before on the first barge this morn- "It's camphor!" he cried. "You'll be
ing, about"Quest
believe." I long time at this table then," Mrs. Fos Port Said. "We have stayed for two "But he was there-a second ago!" I anyone was all right Laura. Hold on to )'ourst'IL"He
days at a little Monjjarillape.. I have groaned as he turned away.
"If
: you'll Miss\ [
excuse me saying so
ton Rowe snapped. "Seems to me Laura cried out. swung round to where the dragoman
today come to the definite conclusion that "Captain, he declared, "I am
t Laura Harris ventured, leaning deferentially that the service is going to be abomin- anthropoid apes were at one time deni- "I beg your pardon, miss," Brown ashamed. He has been here all the was lying, forced his mouth open.

r towards her "there Isn't a able." zens of this country. ventured, "but the deck's closed at time and but it was too late-the man was dead.
we've let him slip throughour
I passenger on board this ship or a The steward, who had just arrived, 1 TUESDAY-Both Craig and I have beena the end, as you can see, with sail- He returned to Laura. She stumbled

"_ servant, or one of the crew, whom we presented a cup of bouillon to Quest. little uneasy today. These Mongars cloth, and I was leaning over the fingers. Girls he went on briskly I to her feet She was pale, and dropsof
i haven't Into whose encampment we have found turning towards Laura, who had
c seen.e've been Into every The others had all been served. Quest our way, are one of the strangest and rail myself when you shrieked. There just come up, "India's off.Ve11 perspiration were standing on her
; stateroom, and 'we've even searched stirred it thoughtfully."And fiercest of the nomad tribes. They are wasn't anyone else near me, and no forehead. She was able to rise to her
t
catch this barge, if there's time. Our
' the hold.e'T'e been over the ship, as to the custom," Mrs. Foston descended, without a doubt, from the an- one can possibly have passed round feet, however without assistance,
: backwards and forwards. The cap- cient Mongolians, who invaded this coun- luggage can be put on shore when the
, tain's own steward has been our guide, Rowe continued "of serving gentlemen try some seven hundred years before the deck, as you can see for your boat docks." "I am all right now," she declared.

before ladies, it is, I suppose, peculiar Christ but have preserved in a marvelousway self." The captain walked with Quest felt her pulse and her fore
and we've conducted extra search gloomily
an to this steamer." their Individuality as a race. They "Very well, then," she said, "you them to the head. They moved back to the fire.

, on our own account Personally, I Quest hastily laid down his spoon I have the narrow eyes and the thick nose people had better get a straitwaistcoat j gangway." "We are within a dozen miles or so
r must say I have come to the same base of the pure Oriental; also much of "Professor, Quest asked, "how long
"
raised the cup of bouillon and presented I ready for me. If I didn't see of the Mongar village, Quest said
l conclusion as Mr. Quest. At the his cunning. One of their special weaknesses would it take us to get to this Mongar
pres- it with a little bow to his neigh seems to be the Invention of the Craig there, I'm going off my head. grimly. "Do you suppose that fellow
s ent there Is such village you spoke about?
moment no personas I most hideous forms of torture, which Quest had disappeared some sec.onds could have been watching?"
F the for bor."Pray "Two or three days if we can get
man we are looking onboard
they apply remorselessly to their ene
allow me madam" he ago. He came thoughtfully back,
k this steamer." begged. mien camels the other replied. "I see you They all talked together for a timein
t "The steward was to blame." a little later."Captain low
"Then he either changed Into an- I WEDNESDAY has been a won- agree with me, then, as to Craig'sprobable voices. The professor was !n'
: Mrs. Foston Rowe did not hesitatefor he asked, "what shall
derful day for us, chiefly owing to whatI "
other one Laura declared obstinate destination?
I a moment She broke up some must place on record as an act of great you say if I tell you that I have proof
ly, "or else he Jumped overboard. I Quest nodded.
bravery by Craig servant. Early this 1
toast In the bouillon and commencedto my that Craig is on board?
,. "Come on, Harris, you and I prom- sip it morning, a man-eating lion found his The captain glanced at Laura and "What sort of fellows are they, any-
ised to report to the captain this ,I way into the encampment. The Mongars way?" he asked. "Will it be safe
restrained himself."I I
The spoon suddenly went clatteringfrom behaved like arrant cowards. They fled for to alone?"
us push
on
I don't he'll be
morning. suppose any her fingers. She caught at thesides right and left leaving the chiefs little should probably say a great many "
too pleased with us. Let's get through daughter Feerda. at the brute's mercy. I "With me the professor assured
of the table, there was a strange"A things which I should regret after-
with ItThe Craig is by no means an adept in him, "you will be safe anywhere. I
I I ew wards, he grimly.
; replied,
two men walked down the deck + the firearms, chased the animal as speak a little of their language. I
he was making off with the child, and, "Sit down and well tell you what have
together. They found the captain lived with them. They are far
more by good luck than anything else, "
has happened in room Quest con-
alone In his room with a chart spreadout managed to wound It mortally. lie tinued. my more civilized than some of the In- 4

In front of him and a pair of compasses brought the child back to the encampment terior tribes." x _
In his hand. He turned round just as the chief and the warriorsof He told the story calmly and with- They disembarked and were drivento r.h
the tribe returned from a hunting expedition. out remark. The captain held his
and greeted them. the hotel, still discussing[ their
'ary Our position here is now abso- head.
"Well?" lutely secure. We are treated like gods, project The professor had disappeared -
"No lack sir[ ," Quest announced. and appreciating my weakness for all "The ship shall be searched, the I for some time but rejoined

'"Your steward has given us every as- matters of science the chief has today captain declared "once more. Well them later.

sistance possible and we have explained to me many of the secret mys- look into every crack and every cupboard "It is all arranged he announced."I .
teries of the tribe. Amongst other things ."
searched the ship thoroughly. Unless he has shown me a wonderful secret! poison found a dragoman whom I knew.
he has found a hiding place unknown t known only to this tribe, which they Lenora turned away with a little We shall have four of the best camels

to your steward, and not apparent rail Veedemzoo. It brings almost Instant shiver. It was one of her rare moments and a small escort ready to start to-
death, and is exceedingly difficult to trace.
to us, the man Is not on board." of weakness. morrow morning. Furthermore, I
The captain frowned slightly. The condensation addition and of sugar resolves causes It almost a curious to a "You won't find him! You won'tfind have news. An Englishman, whose

"You are not suggesting that this Is white paste. The only antidote is a sub him!" she murmured. "And I description precisely tallies witCraig's

possible, I suppose?' stance which they use here freely and am afraid!" started off only an hour ago
which is exactly equivalent to our cam- S s s .
"Quest did not at once reply. He phor. In the same direction. This time, I

was thinking of Laura's obstinacy. Lenora grasped the rails of the at any rate, Craig cannot escape us."
The professor closed his book. steamer and glanced downwards at I
"Personally, he admitted. should They made their way back to the
have It The Quest promptly the bell. the great barge full of Arab sailors
not believed possible. rang hotel, dined In a cool, bare room, and I
young lady of our party however, who "Some sugar," he ordered, turningto and merchandise. In the near background sauntered out again Into the streets.

declares that she saw Craig board the the steward. were the docks of Port Said.It The professor led the wy to a little

steamer Is quite Immovable." They waited in absolute silence. was their first glimpse of eastern building, outside which a man jas volubly I

"Brown," said the captain, turningto The suggestion which the professor's atmosphere and color. inviting all to enter.

the steward, "I understand that you disclosure had brought to them was I "I can't tell you how happy I am," "You shall see one of the sights of '

say that you have taken these gentlemen stupefying, even Quest's fingers, as a she declared to Quest "to think that Port Said," he promised. "This Is a

Into every corner of the ship, thatyou moment or two later he rubbed two I this voyage is over. Every night I I real Egyptian dancing girl. .

have ransacked every possible knobs of sugar together so that the have gone to bed terrified." A girl, who seemed to be dressed in I "Craig!" She Cried, "Craig! I Saw

hiding place that you have given them Message From the Hands Look!" contents should fall Into the tubes of He smiled grimly. little more than a winding veil glidedon His Face There. ..

every possible opportunity of searching look In her face. With scarcely a bouillon, shook. The result was "Coming on shore, any of you?" to the stage swaying and moving
for themselves" murmur she fell back in her seat magical. The bouillon turned to a Harris inquired. lined to scout the theory of Craig having .

"That Is quite true, sir," the man Quest leaned hurriedly forward. i strange shade of gray and began "We may when the boat moves up," monotonous approached them. "

acknowledged."You There was a slight commotion. The i slowly to thicken."It Quest replied. "The professor went which none of them except the professor "You must remember, he pointed

agree with me that It Is Im doctor came hurrying up from the other I Is Mongar poison[ !" the professor off on the first barge. Here he is, I had ever seen before, comingnow jut "that the Mongars hate these fel
possible for remain hiddenIn cried with breaking voice. lows. It was part of my arrangement
to ,
anyone side of the saloon. He bent over I coming back. ;; and then so close that they could
this ship?" They all looked at one another. A little boat had shot ; with Hassan that they should leave us
her and his face grew grave. I out from the almost feel her hot breath and Lenora
"Absolutely, sir. "What is it?** the captain demanded. "Craig must be here amongst us," docks, manned by a couple of Arabs. felt somewhat vaguely disturbed by when we got in sight of the Mongar

"You hear, gentlemen?" the captainonta1nued. The doctor glanced at him mean Quest muttered. They could see the professor seatedin the glitter of her eyes. encampment It may have been meant

"I really can do no more. ingly. "And the bouillon," Laura cried, the stern. He was poring over a Suddenly Laura leaned forward. for Hassan. The Mongars hate the

What the mischief are you hanging "She had better be carried out," he I clasping Quest's arm "the bouillonwas small document which he held In his j I "Look at the professor,"'she whis dragomen who bring tourists in this

about for. Brown?" he asked, turningto whispered. meant for you!" hand. He waved to them excitedly. i! pered. direction at alL"They

the steward, who was standing bpith 1' "Was It a faint?" Lenora asked. There seemed to be. somehow "He's got news!" Quest muttered.He j They all turned their heads A que r talked a little while longer and

a carpet-sweeper In his hand. "We shall know directly" the captain among all of them, a curious indisposition came straight to Quest and Lenora change seemed to have come Into the finally stole away to their tents to

"Room wants cleaning out badly, replied. "Better keep your places I to discuss this matter. Suddenly and gripped the former by the professor's face. His teeth were sleep. Outside, the camel drivers

sir." I think. Steward the dinner Lenora, who was sitting on the arm. talked still chattering away walking
serve as gleaming between his parted lips, his[
The captain glanced distastefully at usual. I lounge underneath the porthole, putout "Look!" be cried. "Look!" head was thrust forward a little, hit now and then around Hassan's body In
?
the carpetsweeper."Do The man held out his hand to with ; her hand and picked up a card He held out a card. Quest read i eyes were filled with a strange, hard solemn procession Finally, one of .

It when I am at dinner, then," draw the cup of bouillon, but Quest I which was lying by his side. She aloud: light He was a transformed being them who seemed to have taken the

he ordered, "and take that damned drew It towards him. I glanced at it, at first, curiously. Then There Is not one amongst you with unrecognizable perturbing. Eve .1 lead, broke into an Impassioned stream

thing away." "Let it wait for a moment," he o r- : she shrieked. '' the wit of a Mongzr child. Good-by! while they watched, the girl floated of words. Soon they stole away a

The steward obeyed promptly. Quest dered. I "A message!" she cried. "A message ;j I The Hands! close to where he sat and leaned tc long, ghostly procession-into the
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and Harris followed him down the He glanced at the captain, who nodded from The Hands! Look!" I "Where did you get it?" Quest demanded. wards him with a queer, mocking I light

deck. back. In a few moments the doc They crowded around her. In that i smile. His hand suddenly descendedupon Those fellows seem to have left off

"Queer-looking fellow, that," the later ttor same familiar handwriting was "That's the their Infernal chattering all
reappeared. He leaned down and point-the whole point! :i her foot She laughed still of a sud-

remarked. "Doesn't seem quite at whispered to the captain. scrawled across the face of the card the professor exclaimed excitedly. There was a little exclamation more.from den," Quest remarked lazily, from inside -

his ease, does he?" "Dead!" these few words: "He's done us! He's landed! That : Lenora. The professor's whole frame the tent

"Seemed a trifia overanxious, I Quest turned around. To Sanford Quest: paper was pushed into my hand by!Ia ja quivered. He snatched the anklet The professor made no answer. H. I

You have escaped this time by tall Arab, who mumbled something from the girl's ankle and bent over it. was asleep. ..
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J-J'umber. paths grid S11i11glesORLAN"DO SENTINEL TO TIlE ORANGE MELON COUNTY GROWERS: OF ARCADE l


i Ocoee. Fla., June 8, li! lo.;
,. WANTS On and after June kith; I will he in
tL New York City, for the purpo.of MILK
disposing my melon crop. Any one I
wishing me to handle their crop at the
: correct market price, may wire 01 I
The Sentinel Want write me. I
Morning
C. R. AGEN. DEPOT
Directory is the Greatest Want No. Water St.,
Ad Medium in Orlando.
G-10-Gtc New York, X. Y. !

Terms Cash in Adrance.RATES i i

Cement, Agalile Plaster and Lime PLAIN SEWIXG-Spedalt: reasonable prices. on O-ill underwear at-

For One Day ______________2ot 20 West Pine. 6-10-Ct BUTTER JIILli-
For Three Days ____________50c ____ Fresh Every).,.\'. 1,
For Six n
gla'ts2)c.
I For One Days,0 3c. per

I This rate applies on all ads of USE ; per gallon
25 words or less. If the ad con- CREAM AM) MILK .I
WANT YOU TO GET PERFECT tains more than 25 words the rte I HITTER
will be ore cent per word i,>reach Fresh
WE additional word, for each in- I G ECOINSECTICID homemadeS.tNDWIlIES
sertion.If I
GAS SERVICE :you can't bring your ad to i PIES AMIKS:
the office! telephone No. 21. Accounts I
opened by telepnone will be i
payable the following day. E.
1.j
.j Every Home-E\ery Business- I I in and around houseto ARCADEMILKDEPQT
11 Every Man has use for a your
-
Sentinel Want Ad. I kill
.
OUR DESIRE I II I MOSQUITOES BED BUGS, FLEAS,
I MRS. E. :M. VARRY
FOR SALE MOTHS MITES, ANTS AND
Very nearly every gas consumer is our satisfied

friend. We want satisfied customers-patrons who will FOR QUICK SALE-:20 acre tract ALL OTHER INSECTS

not only be pleased themselves, but who will speak a one quarter mile from city limits; GE-CO is a stainless liquid used witha
very fine for citrus or subdivision purposes spray and guaranteed to do the
good word for their gas service. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. work. Don't set up and fight mos-
<>-0-tf quitoes all night. Spray your room Dr. S. S. Jones
OUR ADVICE with GE-CO and go to sleep. Have
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story your Groceryman get it for you. Or CHIROPRACTOR
cottage seven rooms and bath, direct if hewlll not supply you. Put
To bring about this desirable condition, the Company modern conveniences, roomy porches, up by the graduate Davenport Col>jr t'. 17 and !
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. 18 Yowell-Duckworth buifdirg.: : phone
advises its to do with the obsolete
consumers
gas away 2-23-tf p ffl ORLANDO, 209. Intelligent people e\,-ij w'u-re
. ranges and appliances that are now behind these days of G. O. U. UU., FLORIDA are being restored to he;iHh l I.\" <" ;ro-
practic adjustments, the iifw nee
progress. The gas appliance industry has advanced as FOR RENT Pl O. Box 285 Phone 341 of remo'ingthe cause of dix>u,?' !:X

wonderfully as all other progressive industries, and you FOR IEXT-Cotta, for the summer Use REX BRAND Sweeping Compound animation free. 12-. :;no
will be surprised to see the changes for the better that or by the year> cheap. T. A. and keep down the dust.
I Yancey. 3-2S-tfc
have taken place in gas ranges, water heaters, etc.
WANTED

OUR OFFER DoctorsBiiekmasliT OSTEOPATHDR.
WANTED-Sweet potato slips. Any
I variety,but must not be mixed., Will &
Come to our salesrooms and see the remarkablenew Brumliigc
pay $1.25; per thousand at my packing JOSEPHINE II \lil'lli:
ranges-beautiful in design and apearance, perfectin house in Pine Castle. :Fred M. Pres-
ton. 6-3-d&w-tf OSTEOPATHS )ffice corner Orange \trnue and
operation and extraordinary in features of economy.We Personal instructicn under Dr. Still :'hurch St.. Datis & McNeil I Bldg.,
offer them to you at very low prices and on the easiestof WANTED-To rent house by the I at Kirksville, Mo. Phone 419.Limes.
year. Must be modern, have seeping -
terms.ORLANDO. porch, about five or six rooms,and 132 S. Orange A\e.. above Peoples
must be well located close in. State National Bank. Phone 578.
location and rent in answer. Address
Resident, care the Sentinel. 5-25-tf
PHONE 616 Limes!
WANTED POSITION young man
h.vingfifteen years: experience in For Eight Cylinder Cadillac Limes!
department stores desires position
WATER & LIGHT CO rant where advancement.ability and merit Best would references.war- FIRST CLASS REPAIRIXG-

Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf BARN ARD & SON Just received a shipment of

17 Hughey Street Jrlando, Fla. Florida Limes. Drink Lin.e, !
GAS DEPARTMENT LOST-One bicycle wheel, between
12-10-lm( the weather.
during
Oakland and Ocoee. Reward.: Please warm
return to Morton Jones & Son, bus
line. 5-13-tf
.
TO ECIIANGE-For house and lot Orlando Wood Yard Pine ApplesWe
r. in Orlando, lake front, 1 mile from
railroad and brick road; 12 acres, !9 I:
set to budded trees two years ago; 3 ''I Removed from Pine St two blocks get Pineapples fresh! ,--1
11 acres unimproved; extra good land. i day.;
north on Railroad, west end Wash-
NoticeSpcciaIIBEGINNING :Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc
ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
Umbrellas recovered and repaired
all times.
"while you wait," at Young's Repair Remember the Grocer.iii;
Srop. 21 :E:. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc ,
order from us come from a c I" ..n,

SATURDAY, JUNE 12 TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse B. W. KINGSLEY I sanitary i store.
repairs of all kinds done
promptly; repairing leaky roofs;
And continuing for two weeks! screen doors and windows a specialty; PHONE 311DON'T -
garages, office fixtures; window and
door frames made to order. Get ourprices. CARUTHERS & GORE
IS East Church street. A'

. I 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT I I postal will bring us. __ 5-16-lmo I New Modern
WHY NOT CALL THE PLUMBER Grocery
l before the doctor and let him put I WORRY
plumbing in sanitary condition. I
. On all Millinery, Ladies' Skirts, Call your G-9-Ct phone* 597. Sallas & Sallas. ,.1. l Phone 200


Kimonas and House Dresses 6 and 8 East Pine
To reduce our stock as much as possible St.
by the 15th, will give a discountof If you are disappointedabout
2.;5 per cent. off our regular cash getting a new Eas-
Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at price on any goods in store. Ham
ter Suit, put
mond & Gore. 6-5-tf we can your

GREATLY REDUCED PRICES old one in good condition
RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB
for just such occas $4.70TO
Located in the Arcade BuildingAll

Come and look at our line work guaranteed and neat- ions.
ly done. Our work is the best

and our prices are the lowest.
This is the place to have your ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..
SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO.
old clothes made new. Dry Cleaning New York andPhiladelphia
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit .
WINTER GARDEN, FLA.FLif"e dry cleaned, pressed___GOc. Steam Cleaning

Suit pressed _____________40c. Pressing and Repairing
J All Palm Beaches scrubbedand i

--- pressed ____________50c AND RET! RN
Mohair suits pressed ______2oc. i i
We do ladies' work also. Give Cut Flowers i From ORLANDOVIA

us a trial and be convinced.
Ice Creat11 I Clothes called for and delivered.

I Phone 613. and Plants

.. ,I Atlantic Coast LineStandard
I

When you want PURE ICECREAM I Floral Designs !
For I Party +iL Collia1 I Hill Railroad of the So' -
., call for HAND'S. If I : 1
:you don't believe that we take -- Club '
I' I Tickets sold dail '. final! IlIni -

the facture greatest care and in its watch manu'Ye make our Ice Cream from Church SocialSchool !I i it( October 31st. Stop-< v' r<$.
I come up us Violet Dell Florist.
I
make it. You will be surprisedat tubercular tested cows. All You hear about Colonial er Variable routes.

cans moulds and everything 1 SocialLodge Hills. i
the detail is given. I
care every
I For reservatio'- Cor:1 I! <
I
used in the manufacture of our' J. M. CARUTHERS
Any kind you want, any time You read about Colonial t D. W. WHITE, I). T..1.
Ice Cream is Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. :
want it. In quantity thoroughly steril
:you any PicnicOrder Hills. W. R. O'NEAL, ( T. & y.
; I
ized.
from
a quart Orlando
up.
I : You talk about Colo' i
You are cordially invited to I .
_. Hands Pure nial Hills. I
i at BASSPHONE
: inspect our factory any I CLINT i

time. Ice Cream Sooner or later you I 373 I II

will in Colonial'' I
: buy West Jefferson Street i i -

l Hills. Why not NOW! Successor to 'I w. '_

HANDS ICE CREAM CO. It will give you satis- I Hand Wood Company <

: faction and profit. DR. L. H. RAMSDELL

I Wood of All Kinds : ffPTOMETRiST

PHONE 566 W Jefferson Street I PROMPT SERVICE ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE
I FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES

.I CARL DANN I REASONABLE PRICE AND OPTICAJ DO ALL. REPAIRING RINDS OF





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The St. Charles Hotel will remain
open. Special summer rates. HOW ARE
6-10-5tc YOU FIXED?


:Mr.: J. R. Peebles, general manager
of the Tavares & Gulf railroad, left
yesterday for Tampa on business.

:Mrs.: Kate Wright left Orlando last
night on the 12:30 train for Memphis, fl..
Tenn., her former home, where shewill
spend the summer months."Let's .
U fie 1?

meet at Butt's."


Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Dent, who have
been spending several days in Or-
lando, left yesterday over the Atlantic
iz' pN Coast Line for Jacksonville. i
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:Miss: Katherine Padgett has gone to -
:Maryland to spend the summer and --.... -l t will be joined later by her parents,
:Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Padgett. bYTHE.dk.i
; "Do not put off for tomor- .

c ;. row what you should do to- Mr. Chas. E. Adams, who has spent
several weeks in this vicinity, was a lfham. kit4b omd.futWmL
: day"-for tomorrow never passenger over the Coast Line yesterday -
en route to Swarment, X. J.,
i comes to spend the summer. ti a, 2M1At .

t The "Let's meet at Butt's." 'Wfw;6 urn l.ouwL1thIF
Doing is the great thing. man .\

r who acts accomplishes. It may be Miss Hallie Ley, daughter of Rev.
t too late if you wait. Why not deposit and Mrs. J. B. Ley, who has been vis-
iting friends in Ocala for the past YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME IT IS BEST FIRST
t a dollar today and start on the ten days, returned home last evening
TO HAVE ENOUGH MONEY PILED UP IN THE BANK TO
acticve road to prosperitythousands over the Seaboard Air Line.
BUY IT. THEN YOU CAN BUY IT, AND IT WILL REALLY
i' are traveling happily that way. :Mr.: and :Mrs.: N. P. Yowell and family BELONG TO YOU.
Put aside a little a week and see how of Orlando, arrived last week and .
will remain on the beach through the YOU MUST HAVE MONEY IN THE BANK TO SUPPORTANY
easily, faithfully and steadily your
summer season, guests of the Hotel ENTERPRISE YOU MAY UNDERTAKE.WE .
account Breakers.-Daytona Journal.
r grows. WILL KEEP YOUR MONEY SAFE FOR YOU.

:Mrs.: A. W. Carr and daughter Miss
, THE STATE BANKOF Catherine, who have been spendingthe BANK WITH US
l entire spring in Orlando, left yesterday
for their home in Uniontown,
ORLANDO, FLORIDA Pa. WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS


i I. Mrs. A. W. Acree, who for sometime
has been seriously ill at her The Peoples National BanK
home on East Church street, is much
, improved, which will be good news
"
to her many friends.'Let's "IT IS A PLEASURE:'SERVE YOU.
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1 1r f
1r fl Leslie C. Kavanaugh, of Orlando,
r l ARE YOU DRINKING whose chief object is to spread thepopularity .
of "Dan Patch" feed, was
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in the city yesterday dispensing
mighty handshakes to friends and)
powerful arguments to customers:

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Dr. George Porter and sister, Miss
Elizabeth, left last night on the 1.: ::{0 THE NEW PAAfl TWIN-SIX
train over the Atlantic Coast Line foi
Elder Mancehster, X. II., where they will ..
Spring spend the summer and early fall :
r They expect to be absent until the
middle of Xovember. :

FULLY EQUIPPEDThe
Mrs. M. E. Limerick, Mrs. F. Soper. -
:Mr.: Kenneth French, and Donald :
Evans will motor to Daytona Beach ..
today. :Mrs.: Limerick will spend :
Water ? three weeks enjoying the delights of the seashore, and the others in the .. best value ever producedin
: party are expected home this evening."Let's :

i meet at-Butt's"Mr. :- high grade MOTOR CARS

, _eA _- __ -
and :Mrs. John Ingraham, who :
have been spending some time in ..
Florida, were among those departing f.o.b. Orlando
yesterday for the summer. They will :
go by boat from Sanford to Jacksonville l pure sparkling thirst-I and thence to Philadelphia,where :
they will go direct to their home inMeadville $2,725.00Sold
Pa. quenching spring water. -
Among the arrivals at the San Juan :
yesterday were Mrs. E. G. Blake, MissE.
Look for it in the homes Russell, Lake Helen; D. P. Smith,
youvisit. L W. H. Mouser, John A. Whitner, Jr., By
II. C. Schrader, W. M. Coble, Jack-
sonville; Mrs. Howard, Chicago; E. S.
Dudley, New Orleans; H. S. Walker,
Akron, Ohio; C. A. Campbell, Annis- San Juan Garage Company i !
ton, Ala.; J. R. Britton, Baltimore; A.
A. Ungar, Atlanta; G. B. Marlbaugh,
Winter Haven; W. A. Adams, Tampa; .
Theo. Snow, Boston. 111111'11 1111111111111111'11111'1"11111111111111111111111. 'i,,unit II'pi

CALL UP
MRS. J. E. GROVES IS SERIOUSLYILL


Rev. Coleman Groves arrived in Or-

W. WRIGHT\ Phone n 444And lando Atlantic yesterday Coast Line afternoon from Memphis over the, THE CORPORATE EXECUTORMost

Tenn., in him response of the to serious a message illness informing of- I

his mother, Mrs J. E. Groves, at her persons of wealth select a corpor.c
home on South DeLaney street. because they know it insures -'. ,
executor
ate
,
place order today .,. -
your .
of the .
COHEN SPENT YESTERDAY IN faithful and capable performance t-.3'".>
ORLANDOMr. trusts they create. ; I

.- ------ Cliff Cohen, the popular traveling Whether the estate be large or of moderate >'. .' -\ -.i .. ::14i

BilMIIIIIIMimillMMMMMMtltlllllltilillililliValuable passenger agent of the Atlantic size, it is to the interest of both !r > ;- !.;.S -

Coast Line, who made his headquarters yourself. and heirs to name this Companyas ; : :: '!'i"-:....
in Orlando for several weeks last .....r -.:
and Trustee. "
season, arrived in Orlando yesterday executor ; ,," f:. .'"'- ', c. .
and spent several hours crossing The Records of our Trusts are convinc--- lf; -t; '

palms with his many friends. ing evidence of the community's confidence .of =-x-, .,
,
LAST SUNDAY: in our capabilities. .j. t' J..> 4r.'.

Diamond LostHow the dinner at the Model consisted of WHY THE TRUST COMPANY ? ; 1tt # :
: chicken with
dumplings, roast beef, .... :
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mashed potatoes, green peas, sliced ; -4
tomatoes, cucumbers, and fresh peach Because of the necessity for efficient _r'. -
roll, with tea. iced tea and coffee, and banking organizations to care for the fiduciary -
was enjoyed by The price was '
many. y
25 cents. Today the dinner will be business, the Trust Company has developed -
often this appears in the newspapers, the re- somewhat similar, with some additions in half a century, the highest type i
I
sult of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelryby but same price. 6-13-ltc I of banking institution.

having it examined at our store at least once every TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Primarily chartered to handle trusts. } .1

month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kindsof I the Trust Companies of the United States b,t l tk, r_ '

manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairingin WAXTED AT OXCE-A good, reliable have developed such efficiency that not one scent
our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman's experienced white woman cook. of trust funds committed to their
:Mrs.: Cornish's Tea Room, 15 Orange care have been lost through failures.
,
profit. A trial will convinec you. avenue. 6-lS-ltc- ,
Have you investigated the service of rrr
CADILLAC FOR SALE-1910 roadster -I this institution, .- -
; good condition; also semitnnI I
: neau for same; $22;) take it; must i
sell this week. Roadster, Box 122.


T. H. EVANSJEWELER ':,: I I 6-13-3t for STOP 18c.one!per LOOK week gallon!commencing;LITEGa"o1iQ oil:; 12c.!per:Monday.: quart(. I Orlando] n BHnk & Trust C Collipally


June 14. Auto Washing Static, !M 1.
; I East Church street. Freeman Y. D. \ ORLANDO FLORIDA
Phillips, mahager. 6-13-6t
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FOR EXCHANGE acres very fine Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits S13 ,OOO.00. Total Resources over Three

muck. land, available for immediateuse. I Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00.f .
a Will trade for building material
(
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