The morning sentinel

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The morning sentinel
Uniform Title:
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
June 20, 1915
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
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6 v. : ;


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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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South Florida sentinel
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)-THE TEUTONIC AL- line in Galicia, where, with a flank

Backed Up Against Lembergand LIES HAVE CAPTURED GRODEK, well protected by the marshes of the Uy; Tuesday, Declares Georgia
Dneister will defend Lemberg, I
Are Besieged by the 16 MILES WEST OF. LEMBERG, Executive, lie Will Have
the capital of Galicia. Neither side

Hordes of Teuton AND KOMARNO,20 MILES SOUTH- reports much activity during the last Decided Whether to T TAKE HASTY ACTION

Soldiers WEST OF THE GALICIAN CAPITAL 24 hours, the outstanding claim be- Commute Sentence

ACCORDING TO TONIGHT'S ing Petrograd's assertion that the,
OFFICIAL STATEMENT. Austro-Germans have been hurled ----- --- I -
London. June 19.-Italy is attack- I
back into Austrian territory between BASEBALL RESULTSFederal :
ing the Austrian frontier defenses "The judgment" of the court should I PRESIDENT HAS HELD CONFERENCE -
Russian Forces at Bay the Dneister river and the river i
with energy but the only evidence of I cause the prisoner to prepare for WITH DUVAL
London June 19. The Russian Pruth. League
an advance is the report of the shell- death. In the event my. decision
Brooklyn 2-2, St. Louis 6-4. WEST
ing of the railroad station at Gorizia, should be adverse, he has had ample ;

which would indicate that the Italian time to make preparation."-Gov. Baltimore 1, Chicago 8.
batteries have been well advanced. case.Slaton commenting on the Frank' Newark 4, Pittsburg 2. 1NTSPEACE.NOT INTERVENTIONReasonable

Last Stand at Lemberg CHAMPIONSHIPc. IMPORTANT BASE National League I -
Chicago 5, Brooklyn 0.
I Time Will lie Given
London, June 19.-The } Atlanta, Ga., June 19.-Governor .
Cincinnati 1, Philadelphia
have been driven across Galicia until Slaton at his home
was country near All Warring Factions to
Pittsburgh 4, New York 0.
now they are practically backed L. Dexter, in Close and Gruel- Capture a Ravine at Fon-Dubu- here early today continuing his exhaustive St. Louis 6, Boston 1. Get Together-Wilson
against their own frontier. They are of the evidence and
ing Finish, Wins From val After Germans Put study American League
reforming their shattered ranks for a court records in the case of Leo M. Acting Calmly
Nelson Whitney at a Most Desperate Philadelphia 2, Chicago S.
last stand on the heights west of
Frank, who is under sentence to be
Atlanta Defense Boston 5, St. Louis 5; called in 9th
Lemberg. Pressing through Grodek hanged next Thursday for the murderof Washington, June 19.-President
inning to.catch train.
the Teuton army has already begun :Mary: Phapan. Wilson has been holding conferenceswith
.. to storm these heights. From the Atlanta, Ga., June 19.-C. L. Dex- Paris, June 19.-The" French have The governor stated over the tele- Washington 7, Detroit 0. Duval West this week about the
ter defeated Nelson Whitney, two up, captured Fon Dubuval where the Ger- New York 5-4, Cleveland 4-5.
Dneister another army is sweeping phone that he probably will not be I I situation in Mexico. As a result of
thereby winning the Southern golf man forces recently were reportedto Southern League
north and from the
upon Lemberg, prepared to announce his decision onFrank's I this conference with his special com-
north and northwest still other armiesare championship and cup for low medal have been surrounded. Only ten Mobile 5, Atlanta 4. 1:
application for commutationof missioner to Mexico, the president is
score today. Germans remained alive. The ravine New Orleans 3, Birmingham 7. !I I
descending upon the city where his sentence to life imprisonmentuntil still understood' to be firmly fixed in
was finally taken by assault after Chattanooga 5, Memphis 6. ;
the Russians battling to retain
Monday morning or Tuesday : his intention to bring the existing anarchy -
Little Rock 6 Nashville C dark-
their last foothold in Galicia. ELWOOD, THE BOY WONDER desperate resistance. This announce- morning, the day set for the execu- ; i to an end.
ment was made tonight in an official ness.
I his
tion. It is not purpose to take any
Bryan Attacks T. R. and Taft A house attended the communique.The South Atlantic League
packed per- Governor Slaton said positivelythere precipitate action. lIe is earnestly
New York, June 19.-Br-an spokeon formance of Elwood, the boy wonder, French, according to the latest would be no respite granted in Augusta 4. Albany 2. I desirous of accomplishing peace without -
under the auspices of the news, are holding the Germans northof Savannah 5, Macon 6. i
peace at the Orlando Rink last night, and Frank's case, but that by Tuesday he intervention, and that is to be
Central Federated Union in Carnegie his fancy skating certainly was a revelation Arras. They now occupy positionson will decide either to commute the sen- Charleston 1, Columbus 3. perfectly clear to the Mexican fac-

Hall tonight. His address was a direct to the audience. Every act three sides of Souchez, and British tence or to decline to interfere. Columbia 1, Jacksonville 2. tions and to the world.A .

attack on former Presidents Taft was performed with the grace and observers say that soon they may reasonable time will be given the

and Roosevelt and their for make the German positions that KING CONSTANTINE CUT BYDIGGER
advocacy ease of a natural born roller skater.Of on MANY WILL GO TO DAYTONA factions to get together, or if they

an army and navy of adequate the many fancy tricks he showed front untenable. THIS WEEK ,.desire. to test their strength in bat-

strength to defend the United States the most wonderful of all was the tle. But the president is said to be

against a foreign foe. bottle act, which was greatly enjoyed i.'R;: nc.vr:: is PHOTOGRAPHED The social London.-A private dispatch from :(' resolved that present conditions shall
I' event of the
judging from the applause he re WITH NEW GRAND Paris states that the illness of King i not be permitted to continue indefi-
week will be the union school
FUNERAL OF MRS. J. E. GROVESAll I ceived. DAUGHTERWashington Sunday Constantine in Greece, according to I nitely simply because the revolutionists -
picnic to Daytona on Thursday. The
Though only a boy, he is a past Atlantic Line rumors current in the lobby of the refuse to subordinate their own
Coast is
that was mortal of the late master in the art of fancy roller skat- advertising excursion chamber of deputies, was in realitydue selfish interests to the public welfare.
D. C.-President Wil- rates of for adults and
$1 50
Mrs. J. E. Groves who
peacefully ing. He will again tomorrow to a dagger wound.
appear His determination that
this afternoon for on point
son posed a photo- cents for children. A great crowd
passed away at her home on South night. Don't miss this opportunity.Go The British press bureau, on being be
to so impressed on the leaders
with his Miss
graph granddaughter will and
go every one expects to havea
DeLaney street, Friday afternoon, and him. asked to pass this dispatch for pub-
see within the next few weeks that it is
Ellen Wilson McAdoo, who faced the time. The
grand train
was laid to rest in the family lot in special !lication, stated: "We see no sufficient -
lens for the first time. The presi- leaves Orlando at 6:50, the only stop hoped a coalition will) be effected
the Orlando cemetery, just before the reason to stop publication of
EXPECTS TO BUILD WI"TERIIOJIE which the United States will) be
dent held the baby while the camera being at Winter Park. It is thought
setting reflected the the for
sun splendor ofa I this matter, responsibility
IN ORLANDODr. man worked his machine, and then that several hundred will take advantage fied in recognizing as a responsible
dying day. the accuracy must rest with the pub-
An impressive funeral service I j the secretary of the treasury took his of the opportunity to enjoy a lisher." government If the United States accords -
was N. B. Swift, of Fall River, while Mrs. such recognition it will its
held at the residence of the deceased place stood by dip in the ocean and attend the pic- open
I S Mass., has been in Orlando for sev-I him. nic at the low priced excursion rate. resources to the group so recognizedand
and attended
was by friends
many eral days as the guest of Mr. Geo. E. MISS CLARK WORISK BAD enable them quickly to crush out
who gathered to their last tribute
Nolan. Dr. Swift expects to build a all opposition.
of respect to one who was loved by Schumann Writes Letter GOWN
winter home in Orlando and before he To
all with whom she came in contact.
returns to the North will have the SHERIFF GORDORETURS
The service was conducted by Rev. J. residence well under construction. lie I Washington, D. C.-No pictures of FROM INDIANA
W. Stagg, pastor of the Presbyterianchurch. I Los Angeles
is greatly pleased with Orlando and I I Miss Genevieve Clark in her wedding

I this section generally, which goes -__ I gown, which is to contain nothing in Sheriff Frank Gordon, Orange county's -
The floral offerings were many and I without else he would material or workmanship not of the
beautiful saying, Los Angeles, Cal., June 15, 1915. tripetal machinery efficient and poular chief custo-
and spoke eloquently of the' 1 I placed over iced .
sink several thousand dollars into Or- United States, will be given out be-
esteem in which Mrs. Groves Editor Sentinel: I coolers before it is bottled. dian of the peace, returned to Orlando
was lando realty. He will remain in Or- I fore the wedding day. The reason is
I I yesterday afternoon c\er the Atlantic
Twenty-four years ago We hear much of the Red river
held.The lando for time. Under the that Miss Clark believes in the super-
following gentlemen acted"as this spot on the Pacific Coast where valley, the Riverside district the Red- Coast Line from Columbus, Ind., having -
stition that bride-elect "badluck"
of Mr. Nolan he is becoming I' a courts
pall bearers: N. P. Yowell, John S. then stood a stagnant little city of lands, and Pomona. They are truly in custody Brant Abbott, a young
by wearing her wedding dress
with local .
Rowland, A. W. Bumby, \V. R. O'Neal, rapidly acquainted people.A 30,000 souls. Today it is a hustling, jrreat. But in the production of citrus before the hour of her marriage. white man, who is wanted on the

Phil. Slemons, and J. B. Magruder, booming city of 600,000 population! fruits I know from first hand infor- charge of forgery by the authoritiesin

Jr. CHANCE TO MAKE A GOOD INVESTMENT most modern in its entire mnke-up mation that Florida has all these:; out- HORSE BROKE INTO STOREROOM this county. Abbott is alleged to

of any city in the United :;tatE;";. classed. Prominent railroad officials YESTERDAY have forged the name! of P. M. Sbani-

DEATH OF MISS HELEN BIGGS ---- Here have come together the ideas of and even large growers have told me barger, of Pine Castle, to checks nr-

At the City: Hall on Tuesday, June the world and built a city r sessinT that orange culture here is the rich gregating about $250.

The many friends of Miss Helen 20, bids will be received for the sale all that modern arts and crafts can man's game and he is fortunate when Yesterday; evening at 6:30 a team

Biggs will regret to learn of her of about $20,000 worth of street improvement bestow. Every department of the I he breaks even. Several men have 'of horses ran away, raced east on WILL RETURN TO CHINA JULY 31
avenue with a load of wood,
death, which occurred at a hospital certificates. These certifi- city management is directed by; men frankly stated to me that it is only a I'land
into the
plunged rooms in the
in Birmingham, Ala. Miss Biggs cates are guaranteed by the city and and women skilled in the work of that question of time until Florida would Deaconess Emily L. Ridgeley, who
with her mother and sister, has been should find a ready sale. The workof department and nothing is done by; have no competitor in California. Cheney recently occupied by I has been serving as a missionary of
Nat Berman. window
coming to Orlando for several win- paving is going rapidly forward in the guesswork of incompetents.Water In the Chamber of Commerce build- glass was the Episcopal church for five years in
shattered and horse
ters from Frost, Ky. They occupiedone all parts of the city, and it is to be and milk are streams on ing where from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. one actually ran 'Wuchang. China, is home on a fur-
into the The driver
and horses
of Mr. S. P. Carpenter's cottages hoped that the sale of the certificatesmay I which human life must depend all the the beauties of California are thrown lough, and after visiting her sister in

k on South Lake street, near Lake not be delayed; or at least that way: from the cradle to the grave, and upon a screen and a lecturer pro- were unhurtANOTIiER Delray, on the East Coast, stoppedfor 1

Cherokee. the work of paving may not be hin- I the city neglectful of its water and claims the virtues of each county, one two days to visit her class mate,

dered by any hesitation of the local milk supply can not long command lecturer, wishing to emphasize the BRITISH STEAMER Deaconess Parkhill. She has gone to 1

C i i i i 1 i t t f t capitalists to take advantage of this the of the world. SUNK
respect California, Pa
superiority of his locality for the Philadelphia, and other points

MUNICH HANDED A LEMONAS opportunity to make a safe, sound I recognizing this important fact, has growing of grapefruit, said: "Peo- Londn.The 2.00O ton British north before leaving July 31st for her .

BEER SUPPLY and remunerative investment. spent millions in getting pure water I ple who know, tell me that the grapefruit I I steamer Dulcie was torpedoed and long return journey to China for an-
FALLS OFFMunich I and passed state laws that insure in this other five service.
{ section years
grown are almost [
sunk off Suffolk today. The membersof
I m:. DEAN HEADS LIST FOR PRO I pure milk. ( equal to the famous Florida I

Bavaria.-Munich, the FICIENCY Water is brought 300 miles through fruit. As a matter of fact the grape-best saved.the crew, with one exception, were I i i t f . t f t t .

greatest beer drinking center in I I cement conduits to Los Angeles, and grapefruit I have seen in the markets I(I I WAR MAKES MERCURY RISE; *

Germany, has been compelled Dr. J. L. Dean, Ph. G., the Church I I seven farther to San Diego and San here correspond to Florida culls and I PRICE IS TIUI.LED.?

sharply to curtail the consumption street pharmacist, has just passed a I I Francisco. It took years of fightingto seconds. Of course, the California I NOTICEThe .

of beer, owing to the expropriation successful examination before the get away from the filthy water navels are fine. I Board of Trade will meet Monday :New: York.-One result of the *

by the military authorities pharmaceutical board, which met in I I supply of 30 years ago, but the people In deciduous fruits, hay, grain and ; night at the usual hour at the war has been" a remarkable rise *

of a large part of the pro- I Jacksonville Monday.; This is the ,. feel amply repaid. At first dairymen nuts of all kinds California excels, I San Juan hotel. A full attendance is in the price of mercury, which is *

duct of the breweries. The amount third examination Dr. Dean has takenof I( fought the pure milk law. Now and is rapidly becoming the great desired as important business matters used in considerable quantities {

of beer now' available for public the kind and he headed the list for they are the strongest supporters of Western storehouse. They do things i I i will be discussed.; in the manufacture of fulminate *

use is only one-third" of the ordinary proficiency; each time. The Doctor's it. Under the direction of experts better here than in Florida. There I I of mercury, the active agent of *

supply. I three examinations were taken in as they are producing a better qualityat are not so many "one-gallus" farmers :: TWO YEARS FOR FORGERY the detonators of mines and tor- ,J I

A number of the famous beer" many different states. The Doctor is less. cost than under the old haphazard and moss-grown statesmen. This may I pedoes, as well as of primers for j J.

gardens are now closing at seven beng congratulated by his many 'I way. Herds are all inspectedfrom sound harsh, but the truth nearly always Brent Abbott: was given a sentenceof heavy guns. At the outbreak of 1

o'clock in the evening, owing to friends. I' two to four times a year by ex does. Here they welcome a new two years yesterday afternoon by the war mercury sold at $35 a. ]

the shortage of beer. Some of perts. Milking is done in barns securely idea whether it comes from New England Judge Warlow for forging a check. flask of 75 pounds. European 'j

these places are encouraging THE WEATHER screened against flies, and the or Texas, and seek to profit I demand has advanced the price "

their" guests to call for lemonade law regulates the washing of cans, thereby.A Closing out June fashion magazines. until yesterday $95 a flask was '

as a substitute for beer. Florida: Partly cloudy Sunday and hands and clothing where milk is poor man has no business trying for 5 cents. Curtis & O'Neal, book, bid and $100 a flask was quoted.
555 555 t i t i 5E .
Monday. handled. All milk is aerated s a s s a s s s s t t.
by cen- (Continued on page -I) music and stationery store. iS I



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tt t tt t ) i I I WELL I 1 i iI '! Touring the Myriad Streets of iI I I i it f

t j packages by parcel'

$ out 1] reach their destina Orlando With Pencil and Pad
1 the many times if
| ListeD I
i such I I taken in the packing. :i 1

a is case that large or WEST...CEiR.L"E l"E good for the entire county. There
t. The may be in the same One of the most beautiful and several of good on
i progressive I are patches corn
f smaller ones are not j' thoroughfares in Orlando is the avenue. Mr. Automobile Own& '! I

r can be but one rej I j West Central avenue. This is evidenced -I The new brick street running justin

} ) is used it should be I: on every hand as one strolls I front of his door has proven too \

'g. ones. contact with heav- I:along the fine sidewalks and observes great a temptation for the genial Mr. How would you like to save at least 23; per cent. o'i!

ward used for tying the well kept lawns and parkways I Joseph Dawjson. He has been forcedto :you gas bill?
J ing I be strong and fast- II
which to be and build
I I are everywhere seen on purchase a car a garage ,
come off if the this handsome brick boulevard. for same and this is only one instance'I

1"- expert in tying pack- i j i When Orlando was paving some I where the new highway has brought The WICK Does the TrickSAVE
mail ties the
the '
months ago the citizens of this street improvements.
I string it crosses, re- I,i hearing that they were not to have a Mr. II. Ernest Hardy is the owner ,

, in the I number of times it J i full width pavement, got up a petition of two of the neatest residences on ;I
f of box. I i asking that the street be paved the avenue. The houses themselves ,! YOUR MONEY BY USINGGASOSAV

f I!from curb to curb; the petition was are attractively finished and nicely '

bud FOR' SHOPPING I granted, and today West Central has painted and the lawns are always in

t soon is replete with the J one of the broadest and best paved the best of shape. Indeed in the mat- I! "
trees of most of the mer- streets in the city. ter of lawn culture the residents of A"SOME

: and I and there are some It is over this highway that muchof I West Central avenue can give pointers ':

contained the future travel of the county is to most any other section of the '

it which care- to pass for when the brick road to city. Their yards are unusually well j
ing buyers will Ocoee Winter Garden and Oaklandis kept and this with the many pretty j
all the advertise- completed the bulk of travel from homes makes of the avenue one of the '4

well these points and their suburban ham- most attractive residence sections in FACTS:
lets will pass over this road. Orlando.In .

and Mon- I Among the many fine homes whichare spite of the fact that the home Economizes Fuel by saving twenty-five to fifty per
to be found on Central avenue owners on Central avenue keep their
I II cent of your gasoline bill.
It returned'J"Specials I there are few more attractive than yards in such good shape, however it
with i that of Mr. J. F. Allan who resides at is a fact that there are several vacant Increases your mileage by giving you from two to ten

found 710 West Central. Mr. Allen is a lots which are badly in need of miles per gallon, according to the horse power of your car.
florist and raises large quantities of cleaning up. As in other sections of
only 24 Ib.____$1.10 Prevents of and
fouling cylinders spark plugs
asparagus fern for shipment to the city it is a case where the improvements your : ,
pest 24 lbs$1.10
northern flower dealers where it finds of the majority ale' thus preventing carbonization. .
I and pail ________85c;
a ready sale. Needless to :\Ir.Allen's .
the _____________45c say spoiled or at least made less effect- Insures easy starting and running by a uniform absorption -
lawns leave little to be desired ive by the neglect of a few careless
mize _____________23c of gasoline on the wick.
in the way of green, velvety persons who allow their vacant lots
it is pail _____$1.00 I .
beauty. to grow up in weeds and become an Increases your power and prevents back-fire.
pail _____.:___50c
The home of R. L. Bunch is
sur- eyesore for the entire
than pail _____$1.25 ,
rounded by trees and shrubs which Mr. Ed. Jump who neig-hborhood.l No machinery or anything to get out of order.
_____________55c I
will _____________25c together with the many flowers givesa White Gloss Laundry, has a handsome j I You can install it yourself in ten or fifteen minutes

nize ____________50c very attractive appearance to that two-story residence which is surrounded time.
part of Central avenue. ; by one of the many fine lawns on
the gallon _______25c
of gallon _____55c Corn is becoming quite a popular the avenue. For years Mr. Jump has I Some Ford owners have doubled their mileage.Price .
crop with Orange county farmers and ,been trying to secure some shade
per bushel __90c ,
in Orlando several fine
even patchesare trees which would live on his park
In ____________25c to be seen. The county agricul- !way. He has tried everything from
tural agent says that there is three camphor trees to palms with indifferent "'
Coffee _______33c
form times the acreage in corn this year success, but at last his persistenceis Expense of ship-
Coffee _____33c 3 00
that I __________28c that there was last year and this is being rewarded for his latest effort $ meat prepaid

best _____________28c easy to believe if the same ratio of at tree culture has resulted in ''I
increase in production of this staple securing number of nice
a Eucalyptus
there Coffee _______20c I
which is noticeable in Orlando holds I Satisfaction back.
trees for the parkway. or your money
and Coffee ___20c Write for Illustrated Literature.

as size _______20c Fresh Car Georgia and Florida 1

to regular, 3

as I I I _____________25c
his 5c. regular, 6 Peaches and Cantaloupes N Nf Ii IiI The Wm. Kahl

_____________25c I Company
Peaches 10 to 40 Cents Per Basket I

Cantaloupes 5 and 10 Cents Each Gainesville, FloridaSPRAYING j
is strictly cash.
lost Fresh Tomatoes 15 to 25c Per Basket

the but. Fresh Stock at the Right PriceJ.


was ad. STREET W. Johnson, 109 W. CHURCH ST.

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For White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In
Valspar Val-Enamel j jIt secticide. For Red Spider Ruste Mite and all other Mites

infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur
Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service pays to use the Best. Compound.

You can get the BEST of everything in Wall Papers, These two will mix perfectly and two sprayings .

Paints and Varnishes atFinley's can be done at one and the same time. This will abso-
Harley-Davidson Truck lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit.

Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing .
FOR QUICK SERVICE Pioneer Paint StoreCorner
cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and

Pine and Court St. Phone 67 you will have no regrets at the end of the season.Orlando .

PHONE 444 We have the best men and the best equipment to do
J. SCHNARR & CU Manufacturers
the best work. The best is the cheapest.

i Good and Bad Stores ,
Cigar : Mastic Paint Pee-Gee Flatkoat Florida


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4 '. .j "., :::;);.; .. "r ir : .;' Citrus fruit producers of any selling season for ten years, and there have been many
:.,,0 E-.s,l" ':._..'-::' .... : ,. growers who showed a balance on the wrong side of the ledger.

-' '.: i' ; .l.o.f. ', This condition could, and would have been avoided had Ocklawaha Nurseries
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J .. ,- I. '" = > tr 1 our present output closer attention, and have used only the best of these spec-
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: planted from ordinary trees of the usual method of propogation and rebudded
,. : T..Io'' j !>4 1 from tested trees can be made to yield almost 50 per cent. more revenue to the
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4... .. .. ,, 'a.... ;or. ". ",4".at... ifI1I.\I"""" '" &. : :. If you can start right don't you see where it will pay you?. The ONLY way, t

; --, ". is to use OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES TREES. They cost more, but, _
\: ... .. ", ...". .UI'..-. i: i" '.!!.-...,4":"" .. .a: 'l_ l-,. ... .. For your convenience, we have opened offices at No. 8 Yowell-Duckworth Build-
w I' .,, U .. .-v- i ing. Call and get a catalog, and talk the matter over with Mr. G. G. Wright our

-"", ..... ... A.. -= ._. "" '" .. -' agent. He will show you successful groves already under way, and show you the
Ij; 1a7 '1; """ w1C'U. ..- ... trees before you buy them as well as demonstrate to your complete satisfaction that
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Tangerine, Florida.

Heavy producing trees of quality Fruit can be produced only from Ocklawaha
G. G. Wright Agt. No. 8 Yowell-Duckworth
Nurseries Pedigreed Trees. Order YOURS NOW. They are grown, not manufac- Bldg.

tured, and it takes time to do it- its precious. Do it NOW. Orlando, Florida .

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I DOESNT:: KNOW WHEN HE The stimulus of the proposed high-

never occurs to the average j WILL GO TO WASHINGTON ways through Florida is readily to be Cape effects prevail among the: Attention Auto Owners! \

American, in his self-complacency, j noted in the activity of various coun- wrap styles. : \

that the Japanese are the greatest: New York.-Col. Edward Mandell ties with respect to the building of The afternoon coat is usually :

traders in the world. Nevertheless, 'j House, as if to prove an earlier as- good roads.
made of rich fabric.
a pile
such is the fact. Why are they so? sertion that his recent trip abroadwas Brevard county is the latest in- SERVICE[ [ STATION I
I Black satin linings are being used
Read.: j in pursuance of his own desires stance. One district of that county .
They want to do business.So and not dependent on any request on Tuesday voted bonds for $150,000 in the best tailored suits. '

do eThey II made by his friend, President Wilson, i to build the connecting link of the Evening cloaks of white velvet, 1-1 E. CHURCH STREET

want to make as much as they did not go to Washington yesterday, west branch of the Dixie highway, trimmed with ermine or dark fur, are '
, .j!as many war wiseacres expected he I filling in that county's part of the very smart. Automobile Repairing. Gasoline and Oil

So do we. 1 would. Instead, he spent a quiet day highway which will traverse this por- Narrow clinging lines of the middle : CAR WASHED AND POLISHED, $L00
Raffier than remain idle they will at the home of his son-in-law Gordon tion of the state.
take what they can. j'Auchincloss, at Roslyn, L. I., and mo- Secretary Dickie, of the Central ages are most in fashion for evening I: Special Club Rate Tickets

So will we. I!tored Manhattan in the evening for Florida Highway Association, statedat gowns. I ', ,' Prompt Service Personal Attention ?
The top of the new laced gaiter i ,
They have no other idea than to do dinner. the Rotary luncheon Tuesday, his j Second Hand Cars Bought and Sold
boot is either dark
I or fawn :
businessNeither The Colonel obligingly posed for belief that the highway movement I gray
have we. J j I several photographs by a staff pho- would mean the building of at least buckskin.Some of the new skirts dip front : Freeman V. D. Phillips, Manager : :
They want the turnover.So tographer of the New York World, $1,000,000 worth of new paved roadin I
and back, being raised at the sides
do we. I but his comments on the war situation this part of the state within a year.
but not showing
I any petticoat.
They will take less profit if they in Europe were as veiled and dip- This seems entirely reasonable. If
cannot get more. lomatic as when he first stepped from each county will do its part in con-
So will we. the deck of the liner St. Paul. necting with these highways, Mr.

They will try for more. I "It is very good to be back again," Dickie's estimate will be largely exceeded. The arket
Pieces of stale bread may be saved
So will we. he said, smilingly. brushing aside a .-Tampa Tribune.
They will make the trade if there is number or question$, "i snail not for brown betty pudding, queen pud- CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
ding or bread muffins.
only a profit in it. want to go over again for a long Montreat, among the big mountainsof Don't throw the feet of chicken OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
So will we. time. Travel conditions in Europeare North Carolina, is unique. Private SALT
away, but clean them carefully and
They do business on just enough next to impossible. Nothing which family has high class accommodationsfor
to is life a few desirable adult guests. put them in the stock pot. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
capital to them along.So may happen one a surprise;
do we.carry abroad just now is as unreal and as ning Large,water comfortable in each new room house; sleeping; run- Baked beans will be better if theyare Kverything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

They cannot afford to let their irregular as a nightmare-a sort of porches; unexcelled home cooking. parboiled before they are put into and pore.
goods pile up in their store or ware- 'Alice in Wonderland' existence." Particulars, address "Birdwood," Box the pot for baking. We Invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
27 Montreal N. C. 5-16-S10t Don't
forget that baked macaroni
house. Col. House added that, contrary to I everything in the Meat Ltn.
Neither can we. general opinion, the masses of Eu- and cheese makes a very good dish I

They keep them moving.So rope are the real rulers of the pres- A REAL NECESSITYNo for a winter night. I II H. Ad! Self & Co.
individual with anything to sell I The water in which fresh tongue:
must we. ent war policies. Kings emperorsand '
or trade can successfully find a buyeror mutton or chicken has been boiled PHONE NO. SO PINE STREET
They operate cheaply and sell presidents, he said, do not thinkof
cheaply. I disregarding the popular senti- trader without the aid of the Sen- .may be used for soup or added to the'' -
tinel want ads Remember that its stock
ment of their countries. Questioneda pot. I .
So do
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l second time about his expected visitin circulation represents five-sixths of I,
their customers' wants.
They study
Washington, he answered: the Orlando community. Get the news in the Sentinel first
So do we.
"I won't today, and in fact I
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They are wolves for business.
J wouldn't object to telling just when I
SEE So are US.we. will go if I knew. I'm having a very Saturday and Monday Specials !

ORLANDO CO-OPERATIVE pleasant little rest right here on the EXCEPTIONAL OFFER

PRODUCE CO. edge of Hempstead bay."
The Colonel admitted he had been
'n: communication with President Wilson We are still in business at No. 47 U. Church St. A new

NOTHING TO EAT-NO NEED OFKXI'ES and added, "there are plenty of line of STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES received( since the lire.I .

AND FORKS ways of communicating" information We are prepared fo give our customers the best of prices and Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne
without traveling. I I
Chicago.-Ralph Dockery pawnedthe I service. NOTE THESE PRICES:
silver knives and forks, his wife 'with plenty of Foliageand
MILK IN THE PHILIPPINES ________ ________
told Judge Sabath at Dockery's trial Sugar, 16 Ibs $1.001 cans best Tomatoes _________25c j

for wife desertion. "Farm and Fireside Best White Meat, per lb. ______12'%c 3 cans best Kraut ______________25c; I Trees.
"What have to ? demanded
the court. you say "Milk in the Philippines (except Best Lard, per lb. 9c cans best:: Hominy _________--__25c

"We had nothing to eat" said Dock Manila) is obtained mostly from Best Flour, per sack ______--$1.05; 2 cans Libby's Cherries _________2oc Price $2000.00C.
goats and carabaos. A good carabao
ery, "and we didn't need the knives 5 gallons Best Coal Oil _______60c 2 cans Rosedale' Table Peaches_23c
and forks." gives a gallon of milk a day. In Ma-

His nila cows' milk sells for about 20 3 cans Best Corn _______________25c Best Hams, per lb. --___________I7c
reply cost him $10 and the i

court costs. cents a quart, and carabao's milk for 3 cans best Peas _______________25c 5 Ibs. best Coffee --__________$1.00
15 cents." A. HOVEY

buy, sell rent and exchange real To reduce o>ir sto'*\ as muoli ns possible -I
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., by the 15th, will give a discountof Kentucky Grocery Co.
ever 30 years. Have handled over 25 per cent. off our regular cash
$20,000,000. Call and see me. price on any goods in store Ham-
47 W. Church Street Phone 329
'. 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. mond & Gore. 6-5-tf

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II a June Sale at the Bio; StoreEvery

woman should know about this Sale! Throngs have visited our store every day since the Great June

Sale started. To say that it has been successful is putting it mildly. It has been more than successful---for it

I has 'won us hundreds of new friends and patrons. : :j |

FREE: Many new underpriced articles are added daily. : : |

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Millinery Specials That PALM REACH SUITS '

: Exquisite Minatures Fresh! from New York comes a new,
r .- Demand AttentionOne crisp lot of these beautiful Suits, de-
,, The Latest achievements of the Portrait lightful for outing or vacation wear;

r j -' : Art, with Porcelain Effect lot of Ladies' Trimmed Hats, all made of the real Palm Beach Cloth, in

styles and shapes, values up to $6 for plain and stripe Full range of sizes,

:.: ,. 4c1tr : = :=: GIVEN AWAY FREE See our "indodi5'pla)' of 7.98 to 14.98 :


GENUINE COLUMBIA latest vogue in New York; we have A Large Assortment of

them in all colors. Regular $5 value

H !1 ; t MEDALLIONS) $ $1.98 LADIES'Exceptional WAISTS Waist white and Values colored, i;

made of voiles and lawns, 75c. values ';

How to Secure These NEW SUMMER DRESSES 58 cents i

1c p'MS-+ Medallions Free Dainty Voiles in the popular new LADIES' WAISTS, Voiles, Organdiesand
\ Crepes, white and fancy, $1.50
and effects. As smart
striped figured value
the store can secure Medallion Ticket j
When you make a purchase at any Department throughout you
from the Sales Clerk; take the Medallion Ticket with Sales-check to Medallion Department, on Main Floor, and pretty as any dress seen this sea-
where it will be punched to the amount of your purchase.. When your purchases amount to $10,00 bring in son, $1.00 value 98 cents ._
your ticket with the Photograph you wish reproduced. Medallion will be finished and returned tocether: with j,

your original picture unharmed. LADIES' SILK WAISTS, White China, .
Columbia Medallians are made in three styles and each style in gloss or dull finish. $2.69NEW some embroidered, well made, $1.50

value -

Carbon Sepia Water Color These $5.00 SUMMER DRESSES, a charming $1.19

This style produces with group, which embraces all the very
has the beauThis is the beautiful marvelous exactness the LADIES' WAISTS, Voiles and Tub
This style flesh tints, color' of hair 1 Columbia Medallions latest creations; excellent quality ma-
tiful soft tone and deer brown color so much loved and eyes, as well as those :, terial, fine workmanship, $9.00 values Silks, plain white and black, $2.50
effect of a fine engraving by th'e old masters: having of the costume. Should are about double the size value r.;!

producing the high lights all the clearness and fine you wish life colors, hand- : of illustration.JD I $5.98
each color burnt
and shadows to perfection. tone of an etching. H
f In made., a charge of 25c. I

JK: :s () R I (P rl' ION :

These beautiful Photo Medallions are the most artistic portraits ever produced. They are mounted on a
non-corrosive metal specially prepared. The portrait is burnt in, same as on porcelain and covered with heavy a=
celluloid, making the picture strong and imperishable; can be washed without harm when soiled thus preserv-
ing forever the features of those you Ion" You cannot tell the difference between these medallions and a fine Yowell-Duckworth Co.
porcelain hand painting. They are woMh $:J.OO each. We guarantee the likeness to be an Absolute Fac-Sim-
ilie of the Photograph Turnis-hed. They are elegant, dainty and artistic, and make a beautiful ornament for
the home whether of baby or grandma, the result will be satisfactory to you. All information needed not Orlando's Store
here set forth, will be cheerfully jmen. Frames to Medallions can be purchased for the :Moderate Price Largest "Quality Did It"i; ; : : i
of 50c. to $2.00.

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THE DAILY I SIDELIGHTSBy I Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 I This locality has a delightful sum ;

p. m. mer climate, mercury hovering right
South Florida SentinelMORNING : W. S. BranchA I| A cordial invitation is extended the around 70 during the summer months

AND WEEKLY | public to any and all services.ST. and it may truly be said that sum- I
-', ?- GLENN .....................Editor I -0- here to Orlando
Thought for Sabbath Morning mer corresponds win-
W C. ESSINGTON .. .BucincM Man grr j '
-- -._-- "Among God's best gifts to man is I LUKE'S CATHEDRALVery ter weather when winter is in its nat'I'j'I itfJ .
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida the ural mood and its I
as Second Clua Mail Matter. the Bible. It's wisdom is of high- Rev. H. R. Remsen, dean. on good I
est kind. It will make every man Third Sunday after Trinity. Winter here is like Florida winter i i

SUBSCRIPTION RATES who reads it wise unto salvation. It's Communion 7:30 when it has a spasm-it is wet and "
Daily. 1 Year ..i................".... 15.00 Holy a. m. t i
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.60 directions for holy living are so plain Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. cold for about three months. Rain is I \
Daily. S Months ...................... 1-25 that the feeblest intellect under- a steady diet for three months in winI I
Daily 1 Month ....................... -69 can Morning prayer and sermon at 11. \. /J
stand them. You have the privilegeof Evening and address, 7:30.CATHOLIC ter. Then in summer it does not rain I
Weekly 1 Year ........_ .......... $1.00 prayer
reading the sayings and sermonsof a drop for three or four months. But )

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCE PAYABLE IN Jesus himself, the highest truths CHURCH the mountain air mingled with the I !
of religion the world has ever re Fourth Sunday after Pentecost. fresh breeze from the ocean makes I -_ \1'i if" i.V ..\
ceived." Mass at 9 a. m. No evening service. it very tolerable in summer. I
Copy for display and all other hand-et -0- Tomorrow I go to the San Diego I$ '
fedtrrtiunr must be handea! in at the business.01ce -0- .
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. Major Bowden, Jacksonville's new xpositon and next week to San Fran r;;. ..
the day before puMieation. This rule applies -f
t* changes for contract advertising: it ill chief executive, seems to have A. cisco. | .;1-1'-, .&" 'K
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. Pleasant Holt on the political situa- It will cool the atmosphere in the \----I"- "" ;:O.l.! t..t )< X"' .
Sunday school at 2:30 m. I :
every :
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued tion in the north end metropolis, andwe p. Sentinel office if I but tell you that ,fA v.,..". ,_h-' 'O t-' : 'Ir'\.- 'T' .
and service 3:30p. .
Sunday, preaching iJC ,
should notify the office in writing on imagine his election and the pos- the second of June it snowed all day ,r';1'srT, g.. .u '. to) 'r .,.
the date of expiration otherwise it will be m. Mid-week prayer and praise \:,; '>: -y _.
continued at the regular subscription rates sible defects in the Davis law have in Denver and if I could have dropped .. i' t'.S'r .. .
until notice to atop is received. ervice Thursday evening at 7:30. A : I ..... '...: ..y ,.... ... .,.;
Telephone Numb r ...................... 24 caused all the lower Bay street fel- general invitation extended. 22 West a huge snowball down in Orlando I :.Ml eet i"" .E: :.
lows to join the "Don't Worry" club. Pine street. feign would have done it. tf .:'IT...., !rni:!!1raZ :-.
SUNDAY, JUNE 20, 191;). -0I Women have a vote in Colorado, as .: >,, -Jh. .

I Tireless Tampa and Magnetic you know, and I was amused to see a ., HH.t'f
Who put the "Balk" in Balkan? Miami may be depended upon to put J. F. SCHUMANN WRITES LETTERTO woman clad in heavy overcoat and /. IIt H1.. .::;
r- .;t: .
the "I am" in the Tamiam rubber shoes the
o highway braving snow stormas 1-tpl ;: H'
At least Herr von Jarow succeededin when the time comes for action. LOS ANGELES she went from car to car on her r.. etTt;. "ijh.mitTJt .M1"tj

bringing Italy and Austria to- -oIt duties as inspector of car interiors.Be -

gether. looks dubious for Becker and (Continued from page 1) it said to her credit that the Pull- ... ;tti.' :

o Frank, but the irrepressible Harry to farm here, land companies to the man cars going out of Denver were Jm""i+ .. ,
Why feed the Mexicans? A good Thaw now has a good fighting chanceto contrary notwithstanding. Bare land the cleanest and in the best order of .....r--ht tn' t.t.i1f .

meal puts them in fine shape for an- gain his liberty. We are willing to with water rights included (and all any cars I saw on a 4,000 mile trip. j : ".' p.. ;.. 4. pj

other scrap. wager a quart of Butt's ice cream, land must have water to be of any Here in Los Angeles there is a woman 'T-'rBfj : ... :tli' f I'
o served a la Jim Burden, that the jury value) costs from $200 per acre up. on the city council and one on j #. : 't-h ."i-'i"' ;: -!
said be he free. Water then costs for the from I 1........ :, -;:. .
Today and tomorrow are to says can go crop the school board and the value of ; f. IIi ,
.ty+ sat !!S
the in the How $1.50 to $20 acre. Strong corporations 11 r' ..,
longest days year. per their: services is acknowledged by all. rftt. .- JH--+tf7'- "
time does fly. own the water. Scientific My mother-in-law lives at 1327 Third -t"' H-tt-14 "P-f"* +
0 At The ChurchesFIRST principles are applied and up to date avenue and the election board for that .f' f t ttw r ff +'tll4 ;?

Why aren't the weeds cut east of implements used in farming here. precinct sat in a private home next -+- rf .....itit.I 2 H::,. : ;t't'H J-F ;"I.t

Unity Chapel and west of pretty Eola BAPTIST CHURCH From' the time you enter upon the door during the city election. Ladies ..t. .. ....

park? It is the only eye-sore in the Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., great desert 400 miles east of the and gentlemen came up in their cars +- "I.t.h++. 'f 9- t"'tH

entire square. pastor; Mr. Geo. W. Phillips, directorof Coast until reaching here, you are and voted and everything was as or- !'..t l"H .<'OL
o the choir; Mr. William S. Branch, impressed with the achievements of derly as at a wedding recption.In epe.. -. .
Before going to other cities July Jr., organist. science, and scientific farming. Holes my travels in the Middle WestI l\ii\ > t'3 + f! ':" :ti

3, 4 and 5, remember that the W. This church cordially extends its are being punched by the hundreds found many more people interestedin ; ;;ti .

O. W. will be in Orlando on these hospitality to all who come within its into the desert and water is brought Florida than in the Pacific Coast : l.r. .. -

days. Home industries first. doors. If you have no church home forth in such quantities that the barren country, because Florida is much .I"'itj .. .
o here, come and be at home with us. waste is rapidly being converted more accessible and a pleasanter win- ..
Sanford is to have a brass foundryand We shall be glad to have you participate into beautiful farms and pastures. ter climate. If Orlando will make l-,
machine works factory and a in all our religious services and Before Florida comes into her own one-tenth the effort to entertain the t

bottling company.: This is good news varied activities. The pastor will be I I better methods of farming will be tourist that Los Angeles makes none .t..

Factories for any city are a great pleased to serve you as friend and pursued. The nearest approach to of our winter visitors will be disap- :

boon. minister. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. proper handling of Florida farms is pointed. i

o Separate rooms for all organized the irrigated farms just a few miles J. F. SCHUMANN.

One reads that the "stride mili- classes, and teachers with well pre- southwest of Orlando. This latent .

taire" is the best way for women to pared lessons. suggestion carried to completionwould LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL
walk, because it can be affected by Public worship in the auditorium at be an eye-opener to Orange

the plump as well as the "tall and 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., with the pas- county farmers. Strong corporationsmust
provide the water and sell the German Base in Florida (
willowy. tor in charge. Subject of morning
o sermon, "The God of Jacob." Even- land with writer rights. Land owners Dear Editor:-There is a German

The rest of Florida might as well ing sermon, "Christ's Way of Gettingat are compelled by law here to keep base in Florida. I know it! The oth- j

resign-Bryan will be at Miami for Men." the roadsides free and clean from er day I was invited to spend the t j

several months. After a short visitin The impressive ordinance of Baptism weeds and trash. Land owners realize night at a camp on one of Orlando's

North Carolina he will go to the will be administered to several the tremendous value of this and nearby lakes. I accepted. Along f 1Copyright

:Magic Town. candidates at the evening service. they organize for the beautifying of about two o'clock I heard a terrific

o B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.; the roadsides. Most any one can see buzzing and roaring. It was very Hart.Schaffaer &ManClearance
Just when we thought a peaceful Mr. Eugene Reid, president. the enhanced value of real estate if near at hand. I could not see but by

week was ahead of us, comes the sor- Good music by choir and male quar- from Winter Park to Orlando and the noise and sound I knew that an

rowful tidings that Harrjr; "(K) end tet. Orlando to Pine Castle the roadsideswere aeroplane was near. The buzzing

? 1F Thaw's trial has been set for -U- beautified by shrubbery and grew louder and louder-it seemed to Priceson

Tuesday pending the decision of the ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL I flowers and neat fences. Thousandsof be directly over the cottage. I felt

court of appeals.The (Colored) tourists each winter pass over this that I could reach out and grasp the
o road which has been shamefully slowin daring German aviator by the leg. In
Corner Pine and Terry streets. Hart Shaffner
the in fact I tried to do this-bang! a heavy
man who is compelled to live Rev. E. Irvine Georges, B. A., vicar. past improvements.The
the life of a dog naturally concludesthe June 20. Third Sunday after Trin- spirit of Col. Watkins seems hand was laid against my ear. I
license he received was intendedfor to be incarnated in a thousand breasts awoke and my fellow camper was
ity. Morning prayer, litany and ser-
some one else, and that the officer mon at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school here and men study how to beautify cursing me soundly. "After this," he & Marx Clothes

who issued it gave him .a dog license and Bible class, followed by children's I their business rooms with the same growled, "leave my leg alone-d'ye IYOU'LL
instead of a marriage license. !anxious ambition that our wives study hear-what d'y'u think I am, a tree
vespers, at 3 p. m. Choral, evensong
o i the fashion plates. limb?" The solitary, buzzing mos-
and sermon at 7:30 m.
The little girl who described a toadas June 21. Confirmation class at Then when you ride out into the quito had escaped and I returned to find clearance prices the rule

"a big green bug with warts ill 7:30 p. m. i many beautiful residence districts you Slumberland. '

over it, who's always sitting down behind June 22. Meeting of the Altar see the Giles, the Beeman, the West- A SUBSCRIBER.P. most everywhere at this time of

and standing up in front" will Guild at 7:30 p. m. I cott and Dr. Phillips spirit that is S.-There ain't no such thing as

probably become some day a famous June 24. Feast of St. John the making Lucerne Circle famous. a German base in Florida. the year

novelist manicurist. -- -
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o Baptist, choral, evensong and sermonat Don't pay much attention to the
7:30 p. m.
Everybody is ready to tell or has June 25. Confirmation class at <6
told just what they would have done p. m. Choir rehearsal at 7:30 p. m. THE CAIN OF NO REGRETS prices quoted; you may see lower prices

had they been president and Bryan A cordial welcome is extended to
than higher it doesn't matter.
ours or
resigned. It is one thing to be and the services. U

another not to be. They would 'do .
Just give attention to the goods
your ;
just as Mr. Wilson did-simply! part- LUTIiERCHURCH

the ed company Platte." with the "boy orator of I German Evangelic Lutheran church 1 that's the main thing. You know what

services Sunday, June 20, 2 p. m., at
o Seventh Day Adventist building, West
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Tampa Town is going to be Spot- Central avenue.
less Town. A soap factory may be I
G. Wambganss, pastor.CHRISTIAN .
established there in the next few clothes are; the best made. Don't forget
months. A statistician has it all' figured

out that Tampa and a few sub- SCIENCE that. At our clearance prices these
Sunday school at 9:45
urban a. m.
use 326.000: pounds of:

soap per day.: Clean-why that town Services at 11 a. m.; subject, "Is clothes are the bestbargains in the world:
the Universe Man
Including Evolve
must eat soap!

Those Orlando Barons o are 30 points ,' by Wednesday Atomic Force evening?" services, 7:45. Eight Cylinder Every $20.00 Suit for $14.75 ..

Third floor, corner South Orange
from leading the Southern League; and Church Suit for $15.75 '
avenue street. Entrance Every $22.50
those Tampa Cubs are leading the Has arrived and we want every owner of a four or six, or prospectthat
on Church street.

those National Lakeland League Colonels by twenty are in points third; I -0- is interested in an eight, to see the "KING EIGHT' and Every $25.00 Suit for $17.75

place in the A. A.; but the St. Pete I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH lake just one ride whether you purchase or not. Do not feel
Athletics and the Corner Main and Jackson streets.
Daytona Dodgers Every $30.00 Suit for $19.75OicksonIves
aren't showing as much pep as thef. I J. B. Ley, pastor. under any obligation whatever, as we want you to experiencewhat
Bible school, 9:45 a. m.
:st three. is an almost unbelievable sensation in an automobile engine.
t 0 Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.

Orlando is always up and doing Morning subject, "Smashing Idols." The smooth, fluid power seems almost impossible to be had, by I
Evening subject, "The Highway of
whenever there is any chance to show the Heart Home Making." brains, hands and machinery in an explosive motor. Two to fifty I
off the Orange county capital to vis
i itors. Monday, when the druggists I Young married folks, old married miles on high without gear change. I Co
folks, long married folks and hope-
from the southern part of the state I \
. passed through in automobiles en married folks should be on ham
Special music. A cordial invitation to
route to Atlantic Beach for their state

meeting lando Board, a committee of Trade from came the here Or-to visitors.a.Senior m. the League pastor,will 6:30 p. m. At 11 ; .DEPARTMENT STORE.
meet the dozen or more automobilesand prog-
ress of the canvass on church debt. G
escort them to Orlando.Kissimmee Every one is interested. QOEN i s aNARR ... ..


FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-
,- the Model, consisting TODAYat of chicken, Rev. Jno. W. Stagg D. D., pastor. tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise -
roast beef. cold slaw, mashed pota- Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. N.B.-Until our show room is completed, at Orange and at right prices
toes, green peas, tomatoes, cucum- O'Neal
superintendent.Men's .
bers, and watermelon, tea, coffee or Jackson Streets, call or Phone office of J. Schnarr & Co. t
iced tea will be served at the regular Bible class at 9:45 a. m. t
price, 25 cents. 6-2t>-ltc Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. $1,350 F. O. B. Detroit -:'


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I Open 2 p. m. and 6:39 p. m. I

SOCIAL CALENDAR best man, Miss Irene Womble as maidof Admission 5 Cents I II1L.DrS Io
honor, and Lucile DeWitt, a niece
June 21.
of the bride, as flower girl.
Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist r I"II.a.I""IIII'IOXDA
church will meet at 3:30. All Toward the latter part of the even- ) rs PROGRAM ALLEN'S"H
members to bring anxious awaited the departure H
are requested ing an party Reliance. "The Man With a Rec
their calendar money. of the bride and groom, and ord." A drama, in two parts.
Tuesday, June 22.
Presbyterian sit around postponed to when finally the dash was made a "THE ADVENTURE AT Komic. "Ethel Gets Consent." A

fifth Tuesday.Younger shower of rice resembling a miniaturesnow comedy.Keystone. "When Villains Meet."
Louis Matrons Card Club, Mrs. storm greeted them. There BRIARCLIFFA A grand comedy.
Dolive hostess.
were about thirty guests present.
Mrs. James Thornton will entertainthe Kalem Special Feature com-
)Ir. and Mrs. Williams will residein
Sans Souci Card Club at 7:30. nearly a one-speed performer than
Wednesday) June 23. Orlando.-Apopka News. plete in two parts, featuring
Bachelor Girls. any stock car ever before launched, 0
The meeting of the Young :Matrons: EVINSSPENCER.An Alice Joyce. they declare. Officials of the company i
Card Club will be postponed until however are inclined to placeless
Wednesday, June 30. approaching marriage of inter- stress on the spectacular featuresof Filled with examples of our Gold and Diamond Mounted Jewelry i.i<
Thursday June 21. est, in Birmingham, Ala., which will I Our stock is
indeed treasure. jewelery
the contenting themselves a complete and \a:'Ted.
Union Sunday school picnic at Day- I be celebrated Wednesday, June car Come and see what beautiful specimens of Jewelry craftsman.hipwe
tona. "HEARST SELIG NEWS," with the assertion that it is the best U You'll not find our ,
\23rd, is that of llissIargaret Wood- are showing. prices prohibitive by any
On account of the picnic Thursday
and most logical design the companies "
there will be no dance at the Coun- ward Evins to Mr. Wm. Miccajah NO. 29
try Club this week. Spencer. The bride-to-be is a charm- ever produced.AutomobileTopics ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
Friday, June 25.; ing young lady and has visited Or- Portraying all the important May 29, 1915. ,
Special meeting of finance commit- Ib _
tees of Methodist church. lando upon occasions and has a num-
events of the day."WANTED 'Oi.r
ber of friends in this city.0 TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR


ON A CAMP. Miss Jean Person, one of Orlando's good SALE-Second condition.; Address hand bicycle"Bicycle., in" GOING TO DO A LITTLE DECORATING -
The members of the Tri- Iu class popular and attractive young ladies, Sentinel office.

of the First Baptist church, who just is visiting friends in Apopka. A NURSE"A on the "Fourth?" If so, get your
returned from a camp at Clear lake, FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Ten paints and brushes from us. This is
are boys who believe in having some- PACKARD MOTOR CAR COM Vitagraph Comedy featuringthe acres Lake Apopka muck land; no also the best time of year to paint
finer land in state; ready for imme- your house. We shield all our cus-
thing doing all the time. PAXY'SUnpASSES ALL PRE- Drew.A .
ever funny Sidney
diate use; will trade for building material I tomers against inferior paints and
They had for their motto while on VIOUS EFFORTS or city vacant. P. P. McGraw. ; have been doing it for years. What's
the camp, "Late (very) to bed and Sentinel office, after 6 p. m. It l4' the size of your house Guess it

.. early (very) to rise, hustle all day I "By as bold a stroke of policy as I won't take much.
(and night) and advertise." the automobile business has known, FOR RENT -------- --- ----
SPLENDID SHOW Suite of rooms in Cheney Block,
If you don't think they hustle you I the Packard Motor Car Company has Formerly occupied by Mrs. G. Davis. Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
ought to see them take a sack filled converted the entire resources of its Also store room, formerly occupiedby
with pine needles from one end of a immense pleasure car factory in Detroit Nat Berman. Long term tenants l 1h PIIiiT h 205 S. Orange Avenue:

field to the other in record time; and to the effort of producing a mo- desired.
as for advertising, ask the people who tor car that, in elegance and seduc- COLEMAN & RHAN

live near Clear lake if they ever heardof tiveness of performance, should sur- PLACE IN TOWN" SALE-WAR PRICES ----- -
our class. pass all the company's previous ef Increase of age and decrease of
We all had a fine time, especiallyour forts. By the verdict of its engineering strength makes necessary the sale of
cook, who can eat. more than he department the result now is best horse, harness, surry, buggy, wagon,
and farm tools fine city lots
cooks, but he is some runner, at ieast attained by a design embodyingtwelve ; some autoin WEDDING BELLS
5 cents 10 cents and farm lands. Could use good
he can travel so fast through the cylinders. Consequently, after trade. See me quickly at 201 W.
woods that his shoes fly off. As fort many months of diligent preparation, Concord avenue. Wm. L. Coryell.
Connell, he is some talker, especiallyin it discloses the Packard 'Twin Six/ 6-20-6tc
his sleep; while Tucker likes to concerning which the trade has heard
play tennis ball with Hoequist and not a few startling rumors of late.* NOTICE
Bids will be received at the City many couples during the next sixty days and those who send
Harris and time after 11:30 p. m., "Despite persistent intimations to June 29, 1915, for
Hall, Tuesday,
I out fashionable invitations will order them from the J. P. Stevens
But when it comes to swimming, the the contrary, it is sufficient to state twenty thousand dollars (more or
Meadows are green. But if any of that the Packard Company has not en- ROOf GARDEN( less) of street improvement certifi- Engraving Co., 47 Whitehall St, Atlanta, Ga. Samples and prices 1

the boys wish to learn to dive, ask tered the low price' market and has cates years,, payable with interest in one at, 8 two per and cent.three per are furnished upon application. Be sure and get the proper ,

Phillips how, as he is an .expert, especially no such move in contemplation. The .annum. These certificates are guar- thing by ordering from them. ;
at night. new design betrays none of the char- anteed by the City of Orlando. i
We are going again in the near fu- acteristics of the cheaply-built car, The City Council reserves the rightto

tbre, but we are going to take a and it does reveal that abundance of Orlando reject any, Florida or all June bids.19, 1915.E. jj j

grocery store on wheels. detail and lavish expenditure of labor TOMORROW"THE F. SPERRY, Mayor.
-Contributed. I where labor conveys a definite quality Attest:
Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
--0- I of performance that has always been 6-20-24 CARL City .
WOMBLE: -WILLIAMS. distinctive of this particular product.
A very pretty home wedding took 1 I "The engineering activities of the TRAIL OF THE UPPERYOUKON" -

place on the evening Wednesday, j company cover a very wide range, ...
June 16, at the residence of Mr. and latterly from high-efficiency fours

Mrs. J. R. Womble, on which occasion 'I through the range of sixes and even Complete in two parts. Ben FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL

their daughter, Miss Jewel, was married eights to the twelve, or as it is more j J
,to Mr. J. P. Williams, of Orlando. descriptively termed, the 'Twin Six.' Wilson and Dorothy Phillips.
The home was beautifully decora- "Quite as interesting as the car itself Established 1886
I ,
ted, many artistic effects being pro- is the line of reasoning that has
duced with smilax, roses, and ferns. brought it forth, and of which its THE GREAT EGG ROBBERYA a
The wedding party entered the liv- I composition is ample evidence. One
ing room to the strains of the wed- lof the best indications that the new Detective Comedy.Max CURTIS & O'NEAL j f

ding march from Lohengrin, played i design is a product of consistent evo- Asher and Gale Henry. 4 4j'
by Mrs. Frank H. Davis and Miss !lution, rather than a mere flash of j'
Williford. The ceremony was per- I enthusiasm for many cylinders, is INSURANCE LOANS
formed by Rev. George Reeves. Immediately -i j that it involves the laying aside of a i
following, and while con- !j number of traditions of the faithful 1s
gratulations were being offered, the past. RENTALS'I
Love Song from Faust was rendered, "Packard dealer enthusiasm has MOVIE FAN"A -1
after which the guests repaired to the been aroused to a high pitch over the 1

dining room where delicious ice cream velvety action of the car, which is,
and cake were served. to all intents and purposes, more 3

Mr. Bradley, of Orlando, acted as (Continued in fourth column) 1J j
Parasol to be given away tonight 3a
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at nine o'clock. a

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10 cents 5 cents

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ORLANDO ONE OF THE PRET- it was accompanied by some tributeof
73 Miles Through Orange
TIEST TOWNS IN FLORIDA respect and esteem from his fellow
SAYS TIFTON (GA.) citizens.Mr. Saturday and MondayBest
GAZETTE Overstreet is a builder. He With Agricultural Agent Baker,,

(From Tifton, Ga., Gazette) started them to paving roads, and he ,

One of the prettiest towns of Cen- rescued the county from a burden ,of I B.& B. Shorts $1.70 per sack
tral Florida is Orlando. Surroundedby debt and put it on a sound financial ARTICLE THREE about the war and society scandals.

a rich truck and tropical fruit pro- basis. An instance of what he can do It was with regret that Capt. Baker After shaking hands and exchanging Bran 1.60 sack

ducing section, it has an unusual is the First Baptist church, just fin- and the writer left Ocoee. The prowof greetings with nearly all of the per

number of citizens of above the aver- ished in Orlando at a cost, furnished, the car was turned towards Winter populace, Capt. Baker piloted me XXXX Flour 1.10 24 IBtffl
wealth and these do not mind of $33,000. It looks better than many Garden and in a few minutes we through the rich agricultural sectionon

age their for public im- such buildings costig twice the had hitched the beast near the hotel, the southeast side of Lake Apopka. "
spending; money 1.00 24
provements.The money. and dismounting, were soon gossipingwith This land is declared to be the Cupid
} section surrounding is wealthyand We are proud up here that we the townspeople. richest in the world and there is little

the lands which at first contrib- raised Mose, and one of the most Winter Garden is a pretty town. It .reason to doubt it. Flowing wells

uted their pines to the lumber and pleasing incidents of the writer's tripto has several blocks of pavement. The 'and irrigation systems are used to

naval stores interests are now openedfor Orlando was meeting him. houses are neatly painted and the good advantage in this section.It The Co-Operative Produce Co.
Another man there of whom South lawns are wide and spacious. The is one of the greatest truck and
farming and truck growing or are
has to feel is M. business houses are sufficiently large sections in Florida.
being set with orange an\J\ grape- Georgia cause proud vegetable W. S. DeWITT, M'g'r. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447
M. Smith, familiarly known as to permit a pretentious display of cumbers, peas, beans, tomatoes and
the "Mark." He was raised in South merchandise. All business houses are what not are raised within a few feet -
The visitor is struck num- I I
Georgia and went from Valdosta to well stocked with a large and varied of each other. Lettuce in this sectionis
ber of paved roads in the country, I I
with the brick paved streets of the Orlando several years ago. lIe has assortment of goods. The windowsare always a valuable and money mak-

city, and with the liberal way in accumulated wealth, and in doing so tastily decorated. ing proposition.As .
has been to has helped build a city and to developthe Winter Garden is the center of a an evidence of the wealth of
which money expended
enhance natural beauties, urban and section surrounding. Like manyof very rich section of Orange county. this section it may be cited that the DISCOUNT ON fURNITURETo E

.. suburban. One of the prettiest of the naval stores operators and Shoppers come to Winter Garden and property owners south and east of
those lakes for which Central Florida lumbermen of South Georgia and receive such splendid treatment and the lake recently opposed the lower- ,
inside theI Florida he has invested extensivelyin have accessibility to such a high grade ing of the lake level of Lake Apopka.The .
is famous is Lake Lucerne,
and other enterprises andis class of merchandise that they are 135 who reduce stock much
banking property owners
incorporate limits of Orlando, as is opposed our as as
the bankers of that satisfied with life. In fact Life is a the Zellwood
of scheme
also Lake Eola, both surrounded. by one. leading Joy in that town, and the people ad- represented 7,331 acres drainage of land value much as possible by the 15th, will

I paved number drives of and Northern beautiful people homes.A have city.A delightful trip Thursday at noon mit it. On a small scale it has all of at the enormous figure of $2,190,160.\ give a

was the ride, over a smooth paved the conveniences of a large city. I In fact the land all around Lake
attractive homes in
summer Dr. August Olson was the first
; and some own handsome estates in road by handsome homes and through I I Winter Garden-ite we met. Capt. Apopka is rich and capable of pro- Discount of 25 Per Centoff
tropical scenery, in Mr. Smith's Cadil- ducing large quantities of truck, etc.
the country near by. Baker introduced us. (My guide was
A number of other Northerners lac "eight" out to his home at Winter acquainted with nearly every residentin The quality of the land on the north our regular cash price on any
Park. There we met his two side of the lake in the vicinity of
Dr. Olson has
made their permanent homes in Or- the county.), a
S charming daughters and enjoyed a store. It is Zellwood will be shown in a subse- goods in store.
lando or in the section surrounding. splendidly equipped drug
Including these are the widow and delicious luncheon and a social hour the center of a live town and com- quent article. I .
that was a charming intermission ofa Through twisting pine tree lanes
: two sons of Beeman, the millionaire munity where the "boys" congregate,
chewing gum manufacturer. Mrs. busy day.WIXSTOX. read the Morning Sentinel and discuss and byways Capt. Baker directed the: i
chauffeur through Tildenville. Then
Beeman has a country estate remark- baseball.
I CHURCHILL'S DOWNFALL to the residence of L. W. I
up Tilden
and attractive
able for its tropical beauty and one From the neat drug
AND ITS CAUSE turned into Mr. where the pestiferous Ford was an- DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Cor.
of her sons lives near her. The other store we our steps .
villa which is of Dan McKinnon's store. chored for thirty minutes. Mr.
has a Venetian one department
London.-One criticism of Winston den Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla.
home ,
well fortunately, was at
the show places of the city. Orlandois The store was amazingly large, Til-I'
remarkable for the high averageof Churchill, which helped to induce his|lighted and ventilated, and the epit- pleasant and interesting talk
relegation from the post of first lord I feature of the seventy-three
its homes, its many educational institutions ome of cleanliness. The grocery storeto
of the admiralty to that of chancellorof i and jaunt. I
and their attractive sur- the was strictly sanitary i
roundings, and its fine churches and the Duchy of Lancaster, was his the dry goods section on the north. As an evidence of the earnings of Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
public buildings. trips to the battle front on the Conti- I side was equally as attractive and lettuce Mr. Tilden admitted that he I
nent. A letter from a soldier in had raised something less than twen- .
Shelves high
:Many Georgians live there. :Mr. commodious. were piled
Ben Drew, of Irwin county, has a Flanders reads: with an extensive stock of goods. Mr. ty acres of lettuce in 1914 and received '

beautiful home on Lake Eola and is "It might interest you to know that !,McKinnon said business was extremely $1,000 per acre from the crop. J t.

taking life easy. Winston Churchill has been here for I satisfactory and that his patrons Mr. Tilden has vast orange holdings'

A son of old Worth (now Tift) the last three days, and that a destroyer came from many miles around.It and devotes considerable acreage tc CAREY HANDFUNERAL
which might have been use- vegetables. His methods of planting
county, who has made good in every I is seldom we have ever steppedinto
ful in escorting the Lusitania, has are scientific. He is a close studentof
sense of the word, is M. O. Over-I a printing office where such
street. He was born and raised on been used for the purpose of trans- unique methods were used as at the the market and in this latter respect DIRECTORAND

the Overstreet homestead on Little porting Winston from England to plant of the Winter Garden Times. I receives top notch prices for his

river, five miles out from Tifton, and France. He is a nuisance here, for Mr. B. F. Davis the editor, ad. man, (products. EMBALMER

is a brother of :Mr. S. F. Overstreet, he spends his time obstructing the pressman, business manager and | Mr. Tilden's home commands a :i

of this city. Down there the people roads with his motor and his entour- "devil," greeted us with a warm ;j beautiful view of the surrounding ,

who love him call him "Mose," and age, doing daily joy rides along the I handshake and a whiff of an "auto" I'country as it is situated on a rising i All calls answered
battle line." pipe. lie showed us over the plant of Promptly Day
they all do that. He has made good j slope ground. More corn is under :
and introduced us to his wife. [cultivation on Mr. Tilden's land this
immense of !
financially, owning tracts I Block.
Night. Hand
Mrs. Davis is capable of doing than or
truck and timber lands, and extensive BLACK SILKS MODISH year ever before. He has fifty-
things that one woman in one hun- five of all
city holdings, is president of the only Such was the craze for taffeta last acres good corn of which is ;
dred thousand can not do. She takesa used for feed. Orlando Florida.
national bank of the city, heads sev- summer that rumor said it had had I -
pad and pencil, runs around Winter i From Mr. Tilden's home we turned ,
eral manufacturing enterprises, including its day. For once rumor was wrong,
Garden, collects news, and then hastens j east over a pretty winding road PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457
a big crate factory, and is however, and taffeta will be worn all ,
I back to the office with her notes. Winter
| through Garden and thence to
chairman of the board of county com- winter upon all occasions.
She sets the news in type directly Apopka and the north end I
of the
missioners of Orange county. Better Black taffeta vies with black velvet |
from the and edits her notes as
than this, he has made good'in the and black moire for dressy wear and case j I county. ---- -
she nimbly sets the type. Leaving Tildenville the
school houseon
hearts of the people. Not a time dur- is relieved by vivid touches of colorin
This highly interesting, as a the left
was was pointed out by Capt.
ing the big roads convention at Or- sash, lining or embroidery.There .
large part of the news which most of Baker. It is equipped with all mod-
lando Thursday or during the banquet is a fancy for black in all
the people read is collected by a reporter conveniences The Orlando
ern and is one of the Meat Market
at night was his name referred to but materials, especially for the street.
t transcribed to copy paper via best in the county. It is used as a
typewriter, goes to the city editor, social center and many gatherings
f FORAGE GROCERY CO. thence to the copy desk, then to the> assemble here to discuss important T.JA. YANCY,,Manager

linotype operator, proofed and read matters concerning the county and .
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
thrown into a form, stereotyped and community.The .

t : Specials for Saturday run through a $20,000 press, sold by ( next article will tell of theI Florida and Western Meats

the newsies, and then the people read I Apopka section.-Editor.)

t and Monday Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

t CONCERNING WOMEN Empire Hotel Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
Insanity among women is increas- r .
The Store that saves on Groceries
you money ing. Business '135 P.O. BOX 226
; 16 pounds Granulated Sugar ___________________$1.00 Charwomen in England number PHONES \ Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. .and Church St.

4 cans tall Sunshine Cream for ___________________25c 126,061. I
The same large size, per can, 8c., by the dozen ____90c) England has over 3,000 women law 500

I 10 pounds Meal ________________________________25c clerks. G SUNDAY OWNER

I 10 lbs. Grits ___________________________________25c Germany has 30,000 women school I j

t 24 lb. sack Pillsbury Flour ____________________$1.10 teachers. Split Tea Soup I

g-[ Large size Pail, Snowdrift ________________T____$1.00 England now has 1,500,000 surplus Sliced Tomatoes I

> 2 Packages Corn Flakes _________________________15c women. I Baked Sea Trout ORLANDO ROOFINGAND "

f Curants or Raisins per package __________________lOc There are over 500 women doctorsin Pommes Delimonico

i 4 cans No. 2 Tomatoes __________________________25c England and Wales. -

r Arbuckles Ground Coffee ________________________19c Nearly 5,000,000 females are work- Prime nibs of Beef, au Jus
Loose Ground Coffee 2 lbs for ____________________-33c;: ing for wages in England. Fried Spring Chicken SHEET METAL CO.

i 1 r, White Bacon 10 lbs. and up, per lb. ______________12 />c Maori women formerly cannibals, Boiled Leg of Mutton, Caper Sauce

Kingan's Sliced Bacon, pound _____________________30c vote in Xew Zealand. I
t Pure Creamery Butter __________________________38c The German .textile industries employ I Tapioca, al a Riene, Cream Sauce Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos
Georgia Butter in one pound cubes _______30c
-------- than men.
more women
A full line shoulders Hams and Breakfast and Rubber Roofings
Bacon at The Japan woman's college at French Peas Steamed Rice

;. comparatively low prices. Tokio has over 1,200 students. Xew Potatoes in Cream
# FEEDOats Over 30 per cent. of the feminine Creamed String Beans :I Cornices, Skylights .Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings

per sack -------_____________________$2.25 population of Germany are wago Macaroni with Cheese t

Corn, per sack ____________$1.90
---------------- earners.In i Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
Beet Pulp, per sack ---------_______________$1.80 England about 9 to 10 per centtof Maple Mousse Cake t

Shorts, per sack ----------________________$1.75 the women workers are now unem- Apple Pie

Cotton Seed Meal, per sack -------______________$1.35 ployed. Bread and Butter Pudding, Lemon I

Scratch Feed, per sack _____________$2.15
------------ California female clerks in civil service Sauce
The Celebrated Martin L. Hall Coffee is being dem- positions receive the same pay as Cheese Crackers !Try a Sentinel Want Ad

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Paris, France.-In discussion of a Boston, Mass.-President Wilson Confederate Veterans, today an- Chicago, June Advertising men VICTROLA furnishes the ideal music either for amuse-

report by Monsieur C. Colson on alcoholism would gladly change positions with nounced the following appointments: ment, entertainment or even for worship.The .
before the Academy of Sci- Charles J. McCarthy, proprietor of .Adjutant in chief, N. B. Forest, Memphis have not yet given up hope that President twenty-five dollar machine answers the purpose in most

ence it was stated that after two gen- the Quincy House, according to a let ; staff inspector in chief, A. J. Wilson will' speak here at the :instances. Many campers already have them. :Many: more will

erations the posterity of alcoholics ter received by Mayor Curley's secretary -j Wilson, Little Rock; quartermaster, convention of the Associated Advertising -'have them when they know how much the music adds to the

become extinguished. Raphael George Standish Willcox, from Mr. McCarthy j Edwin A. Taylor, Memphis; commis- Clubs of the World, June 20 to i i pleasure of camp life.

Levy gave the statistics of twenty- who is now on his honey-i sary, Ben Watts, Cave Springs, Ga.; 2-1. It will be the greatest gathering I \v. S. BRANCH
' four families chosen at random, moon. judge advocate, M. E. Dunaway, Lit- ,

twelve temperate and twelve alco On leaving on his wedding trip, tle Rock; surgeon, J. Garnett King, of:Though the sort he ever is averse seen. to making public i THE ARCADE BOOK AND :MUSIC STORE
:Mr.: :McCarthy: received from the Fredericksburg, Va.; chaplain, Rev.
holic.'I addresses at this time, the president -
Alcoholic. Temperate.Deid mayor a letter of introduction to the J. C. Hall, Danville, Va.; historian, I i
when invited to here
speak some
in infancy _____ 12 5 president's secretary, Joseph P. Tu Dr. Thomas Owen, Montgomery, Ala.
Deaf and dumb _____ 2 0 multy, who arranged for an audience i Division commanders include: months ago, evinced great interest inthe ; NEW YORK AND RETURN

Idiots ______________ 8 2 with the president for Mr. and l\Irs.1| Florida, W. W. Harriss, Ocala; meeting of so great a body of men
who had as their slogan, "Truth in
AflTd St. Vitus Dance 2 0 McCarthy."And\ I Georgia, J. S. Cleghorn, Summerville; "

Epileptics __________ 13 0 so you are the proprietor of :Louisiana, J. M. McWilliams, Monroe; Advertising. I $35.00
I lie took the invitation under advisement -
Deformed _________ 3 2 one of Boston's hotels," Mr. McCarthy North Carolina, Dr. J. M. Northington -
and recent from
Dwarfs __________ 5 0 quotes the president as saying. Boardman; South Carolina, Wel- a message VIA"CLYDE
the White House to the effect
Hereditary drunkards 5 0 "Well, do you know, I would very'ler Rochrick. was
that he then still had the matter
under -
Healthy ____________ 9 50 much enjoy exchanging positions with consideration. LINE"ONLY
Monsieur Levy declared that 323 you right at this moment." THEY WERE ALL WHITING
Xo convention has ever been better
out of 500 persons in houses of I THEIR WILLS
advertised than this. Newspapers, DIRECT LINE FROM: JACKSONVILLEFare
detention alcoholics. PROFITS FROM OIL USED FOR
are SUFFRAGE CAUSE I Paris.-A young French sub-Iieu- magazines, out of door advertising includes meals and stateroom berth
Monsieur Colson's report concludesthat
tenant writes home as follows: and direct amounting in all
appeals Tickets Now on Sale Good on any Ship
distillation of brandy by
private I "The other evening just before the to a value estimated at $150,000 have
is Chicago.-Proceeding on Napoleon's Final Return Limit October 31st
fruit growers from their own crop attack on Notre Dame de Lorette, on carried the of this
worse than public sale of alcohol sinceit theory that a well filled war chest I message opportunity -
May 9, we had the greatest bit of to business men in all parts of CHARLESTON EXCURSIONSWrite
introduces it directly into the fam- wins more battles than an army, a
fun. The colonel and the captain, and
the United States and Canada. The
schedule and further particularsH.
ily to children as well as women. group of women generals of the suf- : for
all of us subalterns were sitting Chicago American is alone spending
The law which permits this sale also frage hosts of Chicago have startedout I around a table and we all took our $3.5,000 to advertise it. G. WENZEL, Florida Passenger Agent

allows the consumption in the familyof to fill their treasuries by produc- i pen ink and paper, and started writ- Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty.
the equivalent of five gallons of ing oil and marketing it. A $50,000 I
'ling. The want ad.'s the thing. i Jacksonville, Florida
alcohol per year without tax. company has been formed, to be j
pure "Each looked at the other and asked
The rest is supposed to be taxed,but known as the Federal Oil Company.A I what he was doing. One said, apolo-
rigid supervision is impossible and charter has been granted the com-
getically, 'Well, I am writing my'will.
practically all the produce of private pany at Shreveport, La. The com- .' Then it turned out that we -

distillation escapes taxation and is pany controls 6,800 acres of Louisiana were all writing our wills."
sold illicitly; all of it is consumed in land which will be worked for oil,and

families. the profits will be devoted to Guests arriving at the San Juan

. In addition to the suppression of ing the suffrage cause over promot-I I hotel yesterday included J. A. Gallagher k Hello Grandma!
A. this privilege of private try. I Hal Estes, Jacksonville; J. Ep ,

the report recommends and the acad- stein, Baltimore; K. T. Jollie, Jr.. Savannah -
emy adopted a resolution to that effect BASEBALL POOLS IN CHICAGO
; Brooks Birdsong, New York;
that the licenses be raised from WILL STOP Mrs. J. A. Hanson, Miss A. M. Han ? We're All Well

the present average of 45 francs, to son, Leesburg; H. O. Adams, J. II. ,

100 francs minimum and 3,000 francs Chicago, 111.-Baseball pools, which Holcombe, Tampa; G. O. Bates, Chat- r

maximum, that tobacco shops be pro- have been surprisingly popular in tanooga; A. C. Starbird. Apopka. : How are You ?
hibited from selling liquor and that .
Chicago during the present baseball
no new licenses be granted. !
season, will go out of existence this ti
Specials for Satur-
GAS FAILED TO STOP THIS SOLDIER week, according to an arrangement ;

made by Judge Booney and the representatives -! day and MondayDolly "
r of a national baseball pool / It is a joyous moment

Paris.-Private Lynn, of the Lan- operated in connection with a weekly L' "

cashire Fusiliers, particularly distin- baseball publication, owned by a Varden Flour- for the distant grandparent -

guished himself during a recent gas Wilkesbarre, Pa., man. 24 lb. sack __________$1.00
attack. As soon as he saw the green- Five men arrested and charged 4 when she hears
12 lb. sack ___________50c
ish cloud rolling towards him Lynn, with maintaining a gambling institu- Snow Hobby Flour12 -

without stopping to put on his respir- tion, will appear before Judge Booneyfor lb. sack ___________53c the voice of her favorite
turned his machine the trial.
ator, gun on The court has not
promised 24 lb. sack __________$1.10
advancing gas and also onto the Ger- what their sentence will be, in case ,
Scratch Feed, :Meal: and
man trenches beyond it. Even when they are convicted, but he has exact- j youngster on the Long Distance Bell Telephone.
Grits, 9 lbs for _________25c
the gas reached him he would not ed a promise from them that they
Washing Powders, 5c. size
stop, but kept up a fierce fire. will not attempt to sell chances on a
7 packages for __________25c
When the Germans began to leave baseball pool after that date. Kingan Breakfast Bacon, lb., 20c Children who cannot write can use the Bell
their trenches to attack the half
unconscious 'I 8 Bars Lenox Soap for _____25c 1

line, Lynn, but with still a determined superhuman British effort safe An in the Morning Sertinel is a j i i Ginger Ale, per dozen bot. $1.25 Telephone with ease, and their small voices over the
Orange Blossom Honey in
-for he coughing badly by this .i i i
. was
bottles, 30c., comb ______22c
T time-lifted parapet of the his trench gun ,right and from on to there the Mrs. Mary A. Cox I I Welch's Grape Juice, per wires give assurance to loved ones that all is well.

+I bottle, quart 50c., pints __25c
continued to play the advancing
upon ANNOUNCESJust I Tomato Catsup, 25c. size bot 20c
enemy, who, unable to stand up I Irish Potatoes, per peck ____25c The Distance Bell important
Long Telephone plays
an -
against such a withering fire, finally received from New York Sweet Potatoes, per peck __35c
turned and sought behind their
own line. cover NEWEST LADIES'AND NECKWEAR PRETTIEST Pure Fancy Ground Peaches Coffee and ,Prunes pound18c part in the social life of the nation. Without -

Even then Lynn was not satisfied,
and had to be literally dragged SHIRT WAISTS per pound 13c., 2 pounds _25c
away I visit
leaving home can satisfactorilywith
from his gun. lIe was removed in ART EMBROIDERY Honest Weights and :Measures your you

an ambulance and died the same day. I I
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J \ clink; the chief by his side-a fine "
"Drop your knife she ordered
upright man with long, gray beard; behind I Craig.

three Mongars their rifles already .
He obeyed without hesitation.
to their shoulders. The chief
"Now tie the sash around the girL"
wheeled up his horse as he came within
[ He obeyed mechanically. Quest took
twenty of the little
paces party. Craig by the collar and led him to
"White! English!" he shouted."Why .
the spot where the others were wait
l do seek death here?"
} By E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM you ing. They hoisted him on to a horse.
He waited for no reply but turnedto
t Already behind them they could seethe
r his men. Three of them dashed forward -
flare of the torches from the returning -
f. their rifles which were fitted I
Author of"The Moving Novelized from the motion picture drama of the with an odd sort of bayonet drawn 1 Mongars.

t Finger" "The Prince 0lame name produced by the Universal Film back for the lunge. I 'I "You know the way to Port Said," i

t $imrca." "Anna, the Manufacturing Company. Illustrated with photograph Suddenly Craig Quest whispered. "See that you lead '
I AJtentareu, '* etc. from the motion who had been a little in the rear, galloped '
picture production. I us there. There wild\ be treble, mind
shouting Into the line of fire. .
r i if you don't
LJ "Stop!" he ordered. "Chief these I I
r'i' Craig made no reply. He rode off in '

J people are my friends. Chief the VIkikTfld front of the little troop, covered all
(Copyright ISIS by Otis F. Wood.) i word!" I !
I the time by Quest'srevolver, Very i
r I The chief raised his arm promptly.
SYNOPSIS. soon they were out of the jungle and

t _____ They struggled on once more. Night :i The men lowered their rifles. Craig i I ; in the open desert Quest looked be-
came and brought with it a half-sooth galloped back to his host's side. The -
i hind him .
Sanford Quest master criminologist of txs uneasily."To
coolness. That
ing half-torturing
chief listened to him and nodded I
J the world finds that in bringing just judge by the row those fellowsare
tice Macdougal. the murderer of LordAshleigh's vain straining of the eyes upon the gravely. Presently he rode up to the '
daughter, he has but making; he remarked. "I should
just begun
t horizon at any rate was spared to little party. He saluted the professor
a life-and-death. struggle with a think that they've found Feerda already -
mysterious master crimInaL In a hidden them. They slept in a fashion, but gravely and talked to him in his own I .*'
but In Professor Ashleigh'a garden he has soon after dawn they were on their The
language. professor turned to the
Been an anthropoid ape skeleton and a I "In that case," the professor said
living inhuman creature half monkey, feet again. Suddenly Quest, who had others.

t half man. destroyed by fire. In his rooms gone a little out of his way to mounta "The chief apologizes for not ,, gravely, "let me recommend you to
have appeared from nowhere black boxes recog-- push on as fast as possible. We have
containing sarcastic 'signed low range of sand hills, waved his nizing he announced. "It
t notes by a me. seems had
pair of armless hands. Laura and Lenora. arm furiously. He was holding his one escape from those fellows,
that had told him that
Craig he had ,
Ws assistants RJffWM but in the world
suspect Craig the pro- nothing can save us
r lessor's field-glasses to his eyes. It was won to the desert for shelter
and he
servant of a double murder. The come ?VXV7l that have laid
: b now you
black boxes continue to appear In uncanny derful how that ray of hope trans- I imagined at once when he the upon
1- fashion. Craig Is trapped by Quest, gave w.. Feerda. The chief would never forgive
formed them. They hurried to where
I order for the attack upon us, that we that"
Lenora he was. lie passed the glasses to the
( were his enemies. He says that we
Ashleigh Is murdered by the Hands. Le- They galloped steadily on. The
nora is abducted In London and rescued. are welcome to go with him to his and
moon rose higher higher until it
I "
Craig is captured and escapes to Port "A caravan! he exclaimed. "I can
encampment"Craig Captured by the Mongars.
Bald where Quest and his party also go. see the camels and horses!" became as light as day.
and beyond Into the desert. turned slowly towards them. : absolutely refused my request. Feerda Quest fell a little behind the pro-
The professor almost snatched the It into a corner of the tent and drew a
I was a strange meeting. has overheard some of your conversation fessor's side, although he never left off
ELEVENTH glasses."It "It is he told revolver from his pocket.
necessary them and the chief believes that you watching Craig
is quite true" he agreed. "It Is "that should "This time," he exclaimed, "we are
you pretend to be my will betray us. You will have to come "Look behind you professor" he
XXIII. a caravan crossing at right angles to friends. The chief has ordered two of too." going to make an end of The Hands! whispered.In .

our direction. Come! They will see Out girls. You leave
now. can
you go
men to dismount Their ponies are all
at to their
They rose once feet the far distance were a numberof
us before long. me to finish things
for the young ladies. There will be and few moments later horses up.
a were little black
Quest was the first the next morn- specks, growing every
Presently three or four horsemen horses for the One by one they stole along the path.
ing to open his eyes to grope his detached themselves from the main you among capturedones brought. Quest came out and watched them dis moment larger. Even at that moment

way through the tent opening and body and came galloping towards from the caravan yonder. The little procession was already be- Then he gripped his revolver they heard the low, long call of the
They all turned towards the chief appear.
in line.
ing Craig approachedthem
stand for a moment alone, watchingthe them. The of the little Mongars.
eyes who firmly in his hand and turned towardsCraig's
remained little the outsideof I
alabaster skies. He turned lair glistened as they saw that the foremost a on once more. They are gaining on us," Quest
tent. Then from the thick
the circle. The professor raised "You will mount now and ride In the muttered.
ily around meaning to summon the
bad a water-bottle slung around growth by the side of the clearing he .
his hat
and spoke a few words in the
middle of he directed.
Arab who had volunteered to take our They raced on for another mile or
his neck. He I
came dashing wavIng .
up saw a dark shape steal out and vanishin I .
i Mongar language then he turned to
Hassan's place. His arms-he had I his "The chief does not trust you. If you more. A bullet whistled over their
arms. the direction of Craig's tent. lie
the others."I .
been in the act of stretching-fell to "You lost people?" he asked. "Want value your lives you will do as you are There heads. Quest tightened his reins.
; came to a standstill puzzled.
have accepted the invitation of "
his sides. He stared at the spot water?" bidden. "No good he sighed. "We'd better
the chief," he announced. "We had had been rumors of lions all day but
where the camels had been tethered They almost snatched the bottle stay and fight It out. professor. Stick
better start. the professor had been incredulous.
incredulously. There were no cam- from him. It like life CHAPTER XXIV. close to me, Lenora."
was pouring C e a Then the still, heavy air was suddenlyrent
els, no drivers no Arabs. There They drew up and hastily dismounted. -
was Into their veins. They all, at the pro-
wild of horror. Across
"This not be a scream
not a soul nor an object in sight ex- I fessor's instigation, drank sparingly. may Deimonico's"Laura "You can call this fairyland if you The Mongars closed in around

cept the stark body of Hassan, which I Quest with a great sigh of relief lita remarked a few hours, later want" Laura remarked gazing around the narrow opening the creature had them. A cloud had drifted In frontof

they had dragged half out of sight : cigar. with a little sigh of contentment, her; "I call it a nasty damp, oozy reappeared carrying something in its the moon, and in the darkness It
"but believe that mouth, something which vent all
and gave
I me goat-stew
behind a slight knoll. High up in the "Some adventure this!" he de- spot. was almost impossible to see their

sky above were two little black specks clared. sherbet tasted better than any Quest motioned them to sit a little the time to the most awful yells. whereabouts. They heard the chiefs.
chicken and champagne I ever tasted." Quest fired his revolver on chance and voice.
wheeling lower and lower. Quest The nearer."I
who had been
professor talkingto
shivered as he suddenly realized that the men in their own language, They moved to the opening of the had a moment's talk with Craig broke into a run. Already the Mon "Shoot first that dog of a Craig '

for the first time in his life he was turned back towards the two girls. tent and sat looking out across the this morning, and from what he saysI gars. disturbed in their evening amusement There was a shriek. Suddenly s

looking upon the winged ghouls of the "It Is a caravan" he explained "of silent desert. Laura took the flap of fancy they mean to make a movea were breaking into the under- Feerda breaking loose from the others -

desert. Lower and lower they came. peaceful merchants on their toaffa. the canvas In her hand. little farther in before long. It'll be growth in chase. Quest came to a raced across the little division.

He turned way "What do all these marks mean?" all the difficult to them." standstill. It was from Craig's tent She herself from her
away with a shiver. They are halting for us, and more escape flung horse.
she asked. that the beast had issued! When he
The professor was still sleeping we shall be able, without a doubt to "You think we could get away?" "Tell my father that you were not

when Quest re-entered the tent. He arrange for water and food and a "They are cabalistic signs the Lenora whispered eagerly. reached the meeting place he found faithless" she pleaded. They shall
professor replied "part of the lan- the professor standing at the corner "
woke him and beckoned him to not kill !
up camel or two horses. The man here Quest glanced cautiously around. you
outside. guage of the tribe. They indicate with the rest She clung to Craig's neck. The bullets -
come | asks If the ladies will take the horses They were surrounded by thick vege- '
that this is the guest tent and there "From the commotion he an-
Quest the little were beginning to whistle around
pointed to sandy
and ride? tation, but they were only a very short
few little maxims traced "I believe after all
knoll are a upon nounced that a
with Its sparse covering of grass distance from the
I They started off gayly to where the camp.
deserted-with it, extolling the virtues hospitality. lion has visited the camp. The cries
scarcely a sign even i caravan had come to a standstill. They Lenora leaned "Seems to me," he continued "we which have 1
forward to where heard
that a we were distinctlythe
the little it had been the resting place of i I had scarcely traversed a hundred little group of Mongars were talking shall have to try it some day or other cries of a native"

caravan. The professor gave yards, however before the Arab who together."I and I'm all for trying it soon Evenif .
Quest shook his head. -
Tent to little exclamation.
was leading Lenora's horse came to a they caught us, I don't believethey'd .
wish that beautiful would
The Professor hurried ort towards I girl 'A lion's been here all right he w
sudden standstill. lIe pointed with dare to kill with the .
us, Eng
and let
come her she
us see again
said, "and he has finished our little
the spot where the had
encampment his arm and commenced to talk in an murmured. lish soldiers so close behind. I am
job for us. That was Craig. I saw
been made. Suddenly he stood still excited fashion to his two companions. "She." the "Is going to get hold of two or three rifles
professor explained, him come out of Craig's tent" t
and pointed with his finger. In the From across the desert facing them, the chief's daughter, Feerda whose and some ammunition. That's easy, The dubious. N
professor was
clearer almost crystalline light of the J came a little company of horsemen, life Craig saved." because they leave them about all I
"You see that tree that looks likea
coming day they saw the track of the
galloping fast and with the sunlight "And from the way she looks at the time. And what you girls want to dwarfed aloe?"
camels in unbroken line
one long, flashing upon their riSes. do is to hide food and bottle
him, Laura observed, "I should say some get a "What about it?"
stretching away northwards.He "The Mongars!" the Arab cried "
of water. i
she hadn't
forgotten it, either.
"Craig was lying there ten minutesago.
glanced around a little helplessly. pointing wildly. "They attack the .
about Craig? the professor
The professor held up a warning He sprang up when he heard
Quest took a cigar from his case caravan!" asked. i.
finger. The girl herself had glidedto the yells from the encampment butI
and lit it. The three Arabs talked fora "
"We are going to take him along "
their side out of the shadows. She believe he is there now.
"No good worrying Quest sighed."The moment in an excited fashion. Then
Quest "lie's had thedevll's
declared grimly.
faced the professor. The rest of the "Got the horses all right?" Quest'Inquired.
question is how best to get out I without excuse or warning, they swung party she seemed to Ignore. She own luck so far but it can'tlast P

of the mess. What's the next move I the two women to the ground leaped forever. Ill to that of
see part "
?" spoke slowly and in halting English. "Everything is waiting the professor -
. anyway I the business if you others get ready
The professor glanced towards the "My father wishes to know that replied.

son and took a small compass from 1 I you are satisfied?" she said. "You and wait for me to give the signal." "Ill have one more try then;'

his lie have no further wants?" They dispersed in various directions. Quest declared.
pocket pointed across the des
ert. 1 "Xone," the professor assured her. It was not until late in the evening, lie made his way slowly through the

"That's exactly our route" he said, I "We are very grateful for his hospitality when the Mongars had withdrawn a undergrowth to the spot which the

"but I reckon we still must be two Feerda." little to indulge in their customaryorgy professor had indicated. Close to the .

"Won't talk to for little of crooning songs that they were trunk of tree
days from the Mongars and how we you us a :a: Craig was standing.

are going to get there ourselves much time!"' Lenora begged, leaning for- absolutely alone. Quest looked out of Feerda was on her knees before him.

ward. the tent in which" they had been sit-
She was speaking in broken English.
more get the women there without

camels I don't know. There are no j) The girl turned suddenly to the ting and came back again. "Dear master you shall listen to

wells and I don't believe those fellows professor and spoke to him in her "Well?" i I I i your slave. These people are your

have left us a single tin of wa own language. She pointed to the Laura lifted her skirt and showed ': enemies. It would be all over in a few

t ter." y signs upon the tent drew her finger an unusual projection underneath. |i I i 1 minutes. You have but to say the

Laura put her head out of the tent along one of the sentences, flashed a "Lenora and I have pinned up our I I I' word. My father Is eager for it No

in which the two women had slept. fierce glance at them all and disappeared petticoats" she announced. ""-eve: one would ever know.

"Say, where's breakfast?" she ex got plenty of food and a bottle of I I Craig patted her head. His tone

claimed. "I can't smell the coffee." ; "Seems to me that we are not exactly water." I was filled with the deepest despon

They turned and pproached her si | popular with the young lady," Quest threw open the white Arab dency."It .

lently. The two girls fully dressed, SF Quest remarked. "What was she saying cloak which he had been wearing. He is impossible, Feerda" he said.

came out of the tent as they approached j l" I professor?" had three rifles strapped around him. "You do not understand. I cannot tell

5 "-; 3l' I "She suspects us." the professorsaid "The professor's got the ammuni- you everj'thing. Sometimes I almost

"Young ladies," the professor announced ? < t r. 1 1fi slowly, "of wishing to bring evil tion," he said "and we've five horses think that the best thing I could do ,

"I regret to say that a misfortune i! to Craig. She pointed to a sentence tethered a hundred paces along the 'would be to return with them to the ,

has befallen us, a mis- i i upon the tent. Roughly It means 'Grat- track we came by just behind the countries you know nothing of."
itude Is the debt of I
fortune which we shall be able, with- ,- ;i hospitality. am second tree turning to the left I "That's what you are going to do

out doubt to surmount, but which will : very much afraid that the young lady want you all to go there now at once anyway" Quest declared, suddenly
t f 'J must have been listening to "I'll Be Careful Lenora."
mean a day of hardship and much in ;' versation. our con- and take the rifles. There isn't a soul making his reappearance. "Handsup ,

convenience." The In the camp and you can carry them !" them now. All of a sudden she threwup
leaned forward
""Where are the camels?" Lenora professor suddenly wrapped in this cloak. Ill join you He covered Craig with his revolver her arms. Craig in a fury turned
| There was a change In
asked breathlessly. queer in ten minutes." I but his arm was scarcely extended be- around and fired into the darkness.
his face. From
somewhere the
"Gone!" Quest replied. ms's: i I on "What about Craig the professor 'e i fore Feerda sprang at him like a little Then suddenly as though on the bid-
other side of that soft bank of violet
"And the Arabs?" 'I I darkness came what seemed to be the Inquired. |I wildcat He.gripped her with his left ding of some unspoken word there
Gone with them-we are left high arm and held her away with di15I -
i "I am seeing to him, Quest replied. was a queer silence. Everyone was
clear low of animal.
!i cry some
and dry Quest explained. Lenora hesitated. I culty.
"If You Value Your Lives, You Will "It Is the Mongar cry of warning,"he distinctly conscious of an alien sound
"And what is worse the professor "Isn't it rather a risk?" she whis- l "Craig. he continued, "you're com- -the soft thud of many horses' feet
said hoarsely. "Something Is to
Do as You Are Bidden"on going
added with a groan "they have taken I happen." pered fearfully. ing with us. You know the way to galloping from the right; then a sharp

with them all our stores our rifles and their horses, and, turning northwards I The whole encampment was sud- Quest's face was suddenly stern. Port Said and we want you-you know English voice of command. .

our water." galloped away. denly in a state of activity. The "Craig Is going back with us," he why. Untie that sash from your waist "Hold your fire men. Close in to

"How" far are we from the Mongar The professor looked on anxiously."I I Mongars ran hither and thither, get said. "Ill be careful. Lenora. Don't Quickly!" the left there. Steady!" t

camp? Lenora asked. am not at all sure" he said in ting together their horses. The chief worry." I r Craig obeyed The cloud suddenly rolled away

"About a day's tramp Quest replied -I an undertone to Quest "about our position : with Craig by his side was standingon He strolled out of the tent and came "Tie it to the tree"" Quest ordered. from the moon. A long line of horsemen

: quickly. "We may reach thereby with the Mongars. Craig has a I the outskirts of the camp. back again. "Leave room enough. were immediately visible. The

nightfall i peculiar hold upon them but as a rule I "Seems to me there's a move on," I "The coast's clear," he announced. Craig did as he was told. Then he officer in front rode forward.

"Then let's start walking at once I they hate white men and their blood : Quest muttered as they rose to their "Off you go. One moment he turned and held the loose ends up. "Drop your arms and surrender he

before it gets any hotter," Lenora suggested will be up. See! the" fight is allI I feet. "I wonder If we are In It." added, "there are some papers in this Quest lowered his revolver for a moment ordered sternly.

over. Those fellows were no match for i A moment or two later Craig approached little box of mine which one of you as he pushed Feerda towards it The Mongars who were outnum-

Quest patted her on the back. They the Mongars. Most of them have fled them. might take care of." Craig, with a wonderful spring reached bered by twenty to one obeyed without
made a close search of the tents but his side and kicked the revolver
and left the caravan. "Word has been brought to the He bent hastily over the little wallet, hesitation. Their chief seemed

found that the Arabs had taken everything The fight was indeed over. Four of chief," he announced "that the Arab which never left hira. Suddenly a little away. Before Quest could even stoopto unconscious even of what had hap

In the way of food and drink except the :Mongars had galloped away in who escaped from the caravan hat exclamation broke from his lips. recover it he saw the glitter of the pened. He was on his knees, bendingover

a single half-filled tin of drink- pursuit of the Arabs who had been : fallen In with an outpost of British! "What is it?" other's knife pressed against his chest"Listen" the body of Feerda half supported -

ing water. the temporary escort of Quest and his soldiers. They have already startedin Quest never said a word. From ont Craig declared. "I've made in Craig's arms. The officer turnedto

They started bravely enough but by companions. They passed about a pursuit of us. The Mongars will of the spaces of the wallet he drew out I up my mind. I won't go back to Amer- Quest

midday their little stock of water waS hundred yards away, waving their'' take refuge in the jungle, where thev I a small black box, removed the lid and icaI've, had enough of being hunted "Are you the party who left Port }
I i
gone their feet were sorely blistered. arms and shouting furiously. One of have prepared hiding-places. We held out the card. They read it together : all over the world. This time I think Said for the Mongar camp?" he asked.

No one complained, however, and the them even fired a shot which missed start at once." : I I'll rid myself of one of you at any Quest nodded"They

professor did his best to revive their Quest by only a few inches. "What about us?" the professor ir Fools, all of you! The cunning of : rate. I took us Into the jungle-Just

spirits. "They say they are coming back" quired."I the ages defeats your puny efforts at "Will your escaped. They'd caught us here
"We have come farther than I had the professor muttered "',"bo' this? I The Interruption was so unexpectedthat
endeavored, Craig continued,"to every turn.-The Hands. though, and I'm afraid we were about
dared to hope in the time" he announced : Craig lost his .
It's the chief and- j 1 persuade the chief to allow you to remain Even the professor's lips blancheda nerv Through an finished if you hadn't come a1on Weare
"Fortunately I know the "Our search is over at any rate" I opening In the trees only a few feet not English-we're
here, when the care of you little as he read. Quest however American""Same

exact direction we must take. Keep up Quest interrupted. "It's Craig!" I would devolve upon the English sol seemed suddenly furious. He tore the I Il away Lenora had suddenly appeared. thing," the officer replied as

your spirits, young ladies. At any time They came galloping Craig in She too, held a revolver her hand he held his hand.
up diers. He and Feerda, however have l card and the box to pieces flung them
r. we may see signs of our destination. white linen clothes and an Arab's I was as steady as a rock. (TO BE COKTIXtTKU.)

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each additional word, for each in-

sertion.If you. can't bring your ad to Good
Let Us Lay Your Gas the office telephone No. 24. Accounts -
opened by telephone will be
payable the following day. Bacon '

Service Pipes FreeI Every Every Home-Every:Man has use Business for a DEPOT
Sentinel Want Ad.

FOR SALE. Carut ers Jones-

FOR SALE OR REFurnished or
unfurnished. 7 room house; large
garage; outbuildings; corner lot, G'2Vfey
b 188; nice lawn; complete in fruit e, 17 and
II and flowers. 203; Liberty street. ; phone

For every Gatange; or Water Heater purchased from us be- 6-19-1moc FOR SALE-Horse and wagon, almost L Colollial l & new everywhere by science chiro-

., tween now and Ji 1st, we will lay the regulation service pipe. new. 208 East Robinson 6-15-6t a'enue. disease.12-24-lmo Ex-

(up to 100 feet) & install the range or heater absolutely Free FOR SALE You hear
CAR. THIS IS A BAR- lonial Hills. I
We will also J\v 20 per cent. discount for cash on every GAIN. IF YOU WANT A GOOD
CAR HURRY. BOX ;367. 6-15-tf You read Bnmdago
Cabinet Range bout to replace a gas stove now in use. .
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract nial Hills.
Do you have Gin your house? If not now is the time to one quarter mile from city limits; Dr. Still
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- You talk
have it put in.ORLANDO. I poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
nial Hills.
6-9-tf Peoples
\ : FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story Sooner or 578.
cottage seven rooms and bath, !
will in
modern conveniences, roomy porches, buy
; excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. ,
2-23-tf Hills. Why Cadillac

I FOR RENT It will give -

FOR RENT-Four large airy rooms faction and SON
VYTER & LIGHT CO with bath and a large veranda, fur- Orlando, FU.
nished or unfurnished. The coolest
place in town. On Lake Eola. 214 CARL
Robinson avenue. 6-17-6t*

GASEPARTMENT FOR RENT-Furnished tat in brand
new house with all modern improve-
ments, including private bath room.
Ridgewood avenue, near Lake Eola.
Inquire at Nicholson Bakery.
6-15-6t G -

FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sura
l mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A. Eas-
Yancey. 3-28-tfc

roo Noticepccial Sale WANTED-Sweet WANTED potato slips. Any in and around PRICE occas condi-your

variety,but must not be mixed. Will to
pay $75c. per thousand at my pack ng
house in Pine Castle. Fred M. Pres- MOSQUITOES, BED
ton. G-lD-d&w-tf
JUNE of good character, as seamstress, or
nurse for children. Address B. care GE-CO is a stainless
And contiiW for two weeks* Sentinel. 6-15-tf work.a spray Don't and set up '

ANTED-To rent house by the quitoes all night.
year. Must be modern, have sleeping with GC-CO and go
} porch, about five or six rooms,and your Groceryman get
I 25 PER CMT DISCOUNT ]I must location be and well rent located in answer., close in.Address State direct up by the if hewlll not

Resident, care the Sentinel. 5-25-tf nn Pic-
On all Millie, Ladies' Skirts, RELIABLE immediately WOMAN; private wants family situation preferred Pi. O. .Box 285. )
ai ; very experiencedcook and
Kimonas, House Dresses maid. A neat and thoroughly good Use REX BRAND
worker. Best of city references. Address pound and keep
E. C. care Sentinel. .
Men's Palm Beach is and Extra Pants at 6-15-6t

WANTED horse to keep for the Orlando \ 21
summer, for its feed; best of care.
Also one ton of hay for sale. Ad-
dress P. O. Box 181. G-18-3t* from Pine
Come and Ik at our line --- north on Railroad,
PHONE W. W. WRIGHT and ask ington St. Plenty $ 50C
about a water cooler for office or
SOUTH APOP SUPPLY CO. I business house. 6-19-2tc at all times.

The partnership of Davis and :Manning B. W.
painting and decorating, has
J been dissolved, and notice is hereby
given that W. L. Davis will not be
liable for any debts incurred by said Line

;; : ,HOOSIER firm. SPRING WATER W. L. DAVIS.for sale Cut I the South
I uIcCrem I at, City delivered Drug your 50c.home.for 5 City gallons -

Drug Store. Phone 632. 6-19-tf and I Park a.m. only.

t My residence phone is Ho. 522-R.
Dr. Buckmaster. 6-6-tf
When you want PURE ICE Floral on
CRB\M call for HAND'S. If about a cooler for your office or A.
you don't believe that we take Club] place of business. Phone W. ,\". P. & T. A
i Wright. 6-19-2tc
:I the greatest care in its manufacture We make our If m from
| come up and watch us Church Social Umbrellas recovered and repaired .violet Dell
tubercular teste<%. AH "while you wait," at Young's Repair
:, make it. You will be surprisedat cans, moulds an ything School Social Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyr I i
the care every detail is given.
used in the manufiof our RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB J. M. I
Any kind you want, any time
: you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thor teril- Picnic Located in the Arcade Building II Phone 509. 408 !i

!| from a quart up. ized. All work guaranteed and neat- i and
I I You are cordially invited to ly done. Our work is the best I Bid?.,
Order Hands Pure and our prices are the lowest.
inspect our factory at any CLINT
I This is the place to have your
time. lJ IceeCream old clothes made new. PHONE
I Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit West
dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit ,
pressed ------_______40c ;
CLAM' All Palm Beaches scrubbedand
CO. pressed -----_______50c Hand Wood
Mohair suits pressed ______25c
We do ladies' work also. Giveus Wood of All

., PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street Clothes a trial called and for be and convinced.delivered. PROMPT' FLORIDA LENSES

Phone 613. (

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Rossmore:Mr.: on F.Lake II.Inn Brown Butler.and enjoy returned a moonlightride yesterday 6-20-3t- .{I "I'') ''I I ''I j I I 'I ll i'j IIT,1 I, ..I,i / 4'" r m I I I I ti J I I :-) I't. l((11 f I T T1 1 I '//1 irn'I' -I+I i

frog Jacksonville where he spent // / I
F.t several days on business.! cC / /I'zrLe I
, t Mr. Bert Walker expects to leave I

tonight for Coal Center, Pa., wherehe MAKE IT ; RULE TO GO T' THE I
t will spend the summer.
aZj Mr. E. P. Thagard, state bank examiner -
is spending afew days in Or- SOME MONEY -' IT \< LL BE A
lando on official business. GOLDEN ;
RULE -- 'Jjjjiftzfe;

; :Mrs.: H. H. Berry left yesterday af- --=- -- -- ; -- Y.: < ,/;:::;. :: /
ternoon for Jacksonville on a visit to -..:- -- _.:',. t/iut "-- >'I,
her daughter, :Mrs.: John Ponder. / -?'.- .u/: ---" .,
".0 l5 g{ ",. ;-,

"Do not put off for tomor- Mr. A. D. Zachary, a prominent -- -""'-- f.--'r. f k ;
row what you should do to lumber dealer of Sanford, spent awhile -- _: Y,; 1.'-
in Orlando yesterday.
day"-for tomorrow never

comes! "Let's n.eet at Butt's."
Mr. J. \ '. Baas, a popular residentof iiiiirigpWHEN
Doing is the great thing. The man -
Orange Center, was a business ..
who acts accomplishes. It may be transactor spending yesterday in Or-
too late if you wait. Why not deposit lando.

a dollar today and start on the YOU HAVE A BANK ACCOUNT YOUAVE A BANK
Mr. J. II. Lee, a popular and
acticve road to prosperitythousands pros- CONNNECTION. YOUR CREDIT IS BETH. YOU HAVE
perous citizen of Oviedo, was among
are traveling happily that way. the welcome visitors to Orlando )"es- MORE CONFIDENCE AND SELF-RELIANCEIT WILL HELP
Put aside a little a week and see how terday.Mr. YOU IN EVERYWAY.

easily, faithfully and steadily your ASK THOSE WHO BANK WITH US IW WE TREAT
account grows. O. T. Switzer was among those THEM.
leaving Orlando yesterday for the MAKE OUR BANK YOUR B*
summer months. He goes to Phila- ,
THE STATE BANKOF delphia, Pa. .

for Louisville, Ky., where he will
spend several days looking after business
m matters. The Peoples Nation Bank

Mrs. R. P. Marks, who has been "IT IS PLEASURE TO SER'YOU.-
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
M. Slemons, returned to her home in
Jacksonville yesterday afternoon.

ARE YOU DRINKING Bishop Cameron Mann left yesterday .

over the Atlantic Coast Line for 1111111111.1111..i8 . . '
Titusville '
where he will conduct the t t
services this evening in St. Gabriel's

Episcopal Capt. Sims and son, :Mr.: Walter -
Sims, of Ocoee, were among the H THE NEW PAKA TWIN-SIX

n Elder Spring ange yesterday.Mrs.representative transacting. citizens business of in west Orlando Or

T. A. Yancey, Jr., and win FULLY EQU'PEDThe
some little daughter, Margaret Belle,
left yesterday afternoon for Birmingham
Water ? Ala., where they will visit Mrs

: Yancey's parents.Mr. best value produced J

and Mrs. S. C. Inman, :MissAlice :
Inman, and Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Thompson, were visitors to Orlando in high grade CARS
yesterday, having motored to this
city from their home in Polk county
f.o.b. Orndo .
"Let's meet at Butt's."
A sparkling thirst-
Mrs. H. E. Coleman and daughter, $2,7200e
Miss :Minnie: have gone to firming ,
quenching spring water. ham, Ala., where they will spend sev
eral weeks and then go to AshevillN. ,
C., for the remainder of the -
Look for it in the homes yoVisit. u mer. sum -
Sold I Ijj F

Messrs. J. H. Hall, Carl Hunter,

and Thomas R. G.Childers Reames, left Chas.Orlando McKinney yesterday jj San Juan Gar e Company |

afternoon for Fort Valley, Ga.,
r where they will be engaged during
t the season packing peaches.Mr. 111111'1 tl.a 4n. ., .
and Mrs. S. H. Atha, accompa ----=
nied by Miss :Mary: Conoway, of Fair -

I r W. W. WRIGHT, Phone n 444 r for the mont Orlando Auburndale week, West end Monday.Virginia with where friends, they Miss left,will yesterday jConoway returningto spend c THE CORPORA: EXECUTOR

t I has been attending Rollins College. Host persons of wealth select a corporate .. ..
r And place your order today I Ir I executor because they know it insures #'
Snow and S. J. liar faithful and capable performance of the. '
din popular and successful fruit vegetable I trusts they; create. ,, _
and produce
buyers and
--- -- ship
r pers, with headquarters in Ocala arrived Whether the estate be large or of moderate ; ". ".
: 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"I'" in Orlando last evening and expect size, it is to the interest of both '
to spend several days in this sec yourself and heirs to name this Company .
.. '
,tion. as executor and Trustee. -
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The Records of our Trusts are convinc-
Olford and Luby Sellers left yesterday of the community's confi- -. ".:
afternoon for Avon Park dente in our capabilities. + ''
where they will make their home with
Valuable Diamond LostHow relatives. They are both smart, good I WHY THE TRUST COMPANY: ? {
boys, and will no doubt make their i I
way successfully through the world. Because of the necessity for efficient -
Olford was one of the Sentinel's valued banking organizations to care for the fiduciary ,. ,
carrier boys.E. business, the Trust Company has developed p
often this appears in the newspapers, the re- ', in half a century, the highest typ ti '+ ;
suit of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelry G. Duckworth one of the of banking institution. ?

by having it examined at our store at least once every houses nent merchants of merchandise of Florida here promi-I gt Primarily chartered to handle trusts i

month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kinds Orlando was an arrival from the Trust Companies of the United State s ,awt = ::
of manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairing ter city today. "Things are fine i in have developed such efficiency that not o ,. ;
in our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman's Orlando," stated Mr. Duckworth. I cent of trust funds committed to the
"That highway convention care have been lost through failures. n
profit. A trial will convinec you. held there
last week was about the greater Have you investigated the service.] ,
fl flT. thing of its kind that ever happened." i this institution,
-St. Petersburg Independent. i
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H H. EVANSJEWELER il S. here S. Griffin on Thursday of Orlando, coming was a hereto visitor +I j OP1allB n B Ball 1 Trust t C \

who see has his been mother visiting, L. J.for Griffin several ?! i n Coffipany

weeks. of Mr.Orange Griffiffn county was a in representative the : II ORLAN
state legislature during the session ;
.1 just closed and made a good recur d- Capital and Surplus and Undivided \ 5134,000.00. Total Resources over Three
He was the author of the new field \[ Quarters of"a Million. Dividends Paf Organization $72,500.00.
box law passed by the legislature.
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