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 27, 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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- Winnie Nolan 8 years old, a'' the screams of the injured girl at- R RECORDS[ B BY! RACING 9 91.58
daughter of :Mr. John H. Nolan a tracted scores of people. Several men

Losses Befall Teutons in carpenter while playing with several rushed after physicians and securedDr. Trying to Reach Lens, the Keyto

other little boys and girls at 10:30 Beardall who dressed the inju-
Attempting to Gain North o'clock last evening on Church street, ries. The little girl bled profusely the German Positions--

Bank of the River directly south of Court street dashed ,and for a while her condition was Steady Stream High IB PER tlR. AT CHICAGO

Dneister into the plate glass window of the i thought to be serious. She was taken Explosives

Orlando Steam Laundry, and was to the McEwan sanitarium.The .

badly ci't by the bits of glass which I little girl was playing with London, June 26.-A sanguinary ---
London, June 26.-Huge losses on
. . . . .
both sides mark the battle on the fell upon and around her in a verita- several companions and in an effort infantry engagement in which huge DRIVING PEUGEOT, RESTA
ble shower. ito I get away from them she turned numbers of COLLEGE HAILED IN LATIN '
Dneister between the armies of Gen- troops were employed on '
eral Linsengen and the Russian left Her nose was cut deeply and she I and ran into the plate glass window. both sides is being waged between the TO THE TUNE OF ,

here tonight. hand from the glass. She was car- glass must have been very great for thune-Arras highway north of Arras. S s i
ried into Mrs. Holden's residence ad- the entire front and a portion of the Clinton, N. .-There are few i
They are fighting with great intensity The great battle was initiated by SUNBEAM SECOND MAXWELL 3D
joining the laundry on the west. The side of the display window was com- more ardent admirers of the Brit- ,
and the Russians are reported to the Germans, who have been strongly
crash of the and demolished. ish war "It's a Long Way '
have rushed reinforcements heavy plate glass pletely
large reinforced at this point, with the ob-
this front. Steady progress is clapped -- -- ject of destroying the allies' offensive '' to Tipperary," than President M. Resta's Purse Was $23,000-
of Hamilton
Woolsey Stryker,
by Berlin in an effort to cut off the operations against Lens, the key to
VON TIRPITZ AND JAGOW College, and when President Race Without Accident-
Russian army, but Petrograd claims the German positions.
Stryker made his mind to.
up 60,000 Witness
that after six days of violent fightingall
Already, according to the German write Latin be '
a to by
attempts of the Teutons to gain a DIFFER OVER U. S. NOTE report, the French have been forcedto the guests at song the opening sung of the Thriller
foothold on the north bank of the withdraw from the trenches
they commencement exercises, he set '
river have been frustrated with great had taken from the Germans half it to the Tipperary melody. I Chicago June 26. Dario Resta, the

losses to the attacking troops. Berlin June 26.-Admiral Von Tir- man reply to the American note way between Souchez and Neuville, This is the result: Italian, driving a Puegeot, won the

'f pitz director of Germany's subma- should take. The admiral as directorof and repeated attacks by the French "Dilectissimae nunc salutem! Ju- 1500( mile race today on the twomileI

HELEN GARDNER ,FEATURED AT rine warfare, was called into a con- the German submarine warfare is who appeared with a greatly increased biletur te! I I I board oval at an average of 97.58
f pro
GRAND LAST EVENING ference today by Foreign Secretary said to oppose any concessions, while force, are being broken up under Advenite, tunc audite clara verba i I miles per hour; time 5:07:26. Por-
Von Jagow. The conference lasted Jagow is believed to advocate modifi- German fire. hodie. porato, in a Sunbeam was second,

A large audience witnessed the pro- two hours. Later, the admiral visited cations satisfactory to the United Strong demonstrations are being lo! Acclamantia nostra corda I and Rickenbaker, in Maxwell, was

duction of "Underneath the Paint," a Chancellor Bethmann-Hollweg. States. made by the Germans against the astrant, I third.
three reel the It is rumored that Tirpitz and Ja It is understood that the chancellor There were ten cars to finish in the
Vitagraph feature at isolated sections of the French battle Diuturna est hora, via longa, jam I
differ as to the tenor the Ger- shares Jagow's views. out of field of
Grand last evening, in which Miss gow line with the object of keeping the demum laudant." money a twenty-one

Helen Gardner starred. :Miss Gard- French so occupied with local engage- S Persons sending in correct trans- starters.
ner was formerly of Orlando and is ments that they can not withdraw lations of Dr. Stryker's effusion purse
1. well known here. The play was grip- ORDERS OCOEE MAN ON DISPLAYEmpie's their troops from the first line from to the office of the registrar of winning was 23000. -
ping from start to finish and intensely The race was without an accident,
any section on their immediate front Hamilton College will not be rewarded '
interesting. Manager Tallman is Washington D. .-War orders grocery store window contains I to throw in in an effort which is be- by the gift of an auto- and was witnessed by sixty thousand

staging fine productions during the from Europe the prospective record- I an unsually large pumpkin. It ing made to sever the German line graphed copy. persons.

summer months and a patronage of breaking crop of wheat now being I was grown by J. S. Bartlett of at Artois. t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t

goodly size should be his every even- harvested and heavy yields of other tOcoee t Fla. -*-- In "the meanwhile German heavy MAITLAND ROAD) OPEN TO
8 ing. I grains are creating a new demand for TRAFFICThe
labor, according to indications at the

GRIEF OF TITANIC WIDOW government employment office. I Southern League new brick highway from Mait-:
Requests for workers are coming FORMER GOVERNOR SlATON Will
FROM Nashville 3-2 Memphis 0-1. land to the county line was opened
from manufacturers and farmers -
COURT many Little Rock 5-0 Chattanooga 1-1. yesterday. Although the road is opento
throughout the country and from
Birmingham 2, New Orleans 2; 13 traffic Engineer Ramsey warns
New York.-Mrs. Lillian Renouf, of state labor commissioners. LEAVE FOR VIRGINIA innings darkness.AtlantaIobile. drivers of vehicles to be careful as
Oklahoma is said to need from 16-
Elizabeth N. J., wept on the witness 000 to 18,000 harvest hands and Kan- ; rain. the cement "grout" has not yet set-
stand in the federal court yesterdaywhen South Atlantic League tled, and considerable damage may
she described scenes at the sink- sas 35,000. An Oregon associationhas Columbus 2, Augusta 6. result if there is reckless driving.It .
applied for 1,000 berry pickers.An .
ing of the Titanic when her husband HARRIS NOW GOVERNOR AlliN QUIET Albany 4-0. Savannah 3-1. is hoped that the last stretch of
arms and ammunition plant in
and two brothers were lost. The I ; Macon 2, Columbia 1.JacksonvilleCharleston. the road, from Winter Park to Or-
Connecticut has asked fcr :300: .
memory finally affected her so deeply I 1 rain.ational lando, on which work will commenceat
.. and lead mines Missouri need -
that she was excused before her direct S t t t t s t t t t t t t t i t t tS \ -League once, will be completed by August
1,000 laborers. In West Virginia 2,000
examination was complete. She INTENSE FEELING MARKS New York 5, Boston 7. first.
coal mine employes are wanted.It .
left the stand weeping. INAUGURATION Chicago 3, St. Louis 4.
is stated that about 25 per cent. NEXT, THE NEW GERMAN -
Pittsburgh 6, Cincinnati 3. MOTORED TO .
of all applicants for jobs during May EXECUTIVE
PLAZA RESTAURANT WILL BE the S t Philadelphia 4, Brooklyn 0.
were placed through department'sefforts.
LOCATED ON ORANGEAVENUE London, Eng.-"The Germans American League The following congenial Orlando-

in northern France celebrated the SLATON. HISSED SEVERAL TIMES Detroit 2, St. Louis 7. lies left yesterday afternoon in autos

TO SAIL FOR NEW YORKOn taking of Lemberg with much Washington 2, Philadelphia 3. for Daytona Beach where they will

The Plaza Restaurant will move revelry and feasting," says the Cleveland 3, Chicago 2. spend today enjoying the excellent

July from the Arcade building, be- Tuesday, June 29th, the follow- Daily News correspondent in. However the Police and Militia Boston 1-4. New York 5-2. bathing and refreshing breezes: Mr.

cause the Southern Express company ing well known people from this city France. "Their songs of victory Preserved Order and Day Federal League and Mrs. Allan Cohoon and son, Allan -

will 1 occupy their quarters. In a short will sail on the steamer Lenape, of were heard plainly in our own Was Not Marked by Brooklyn 1-6. Chicago 610. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gooden, Mr.

time the Plaza will operate one of the the Clyde Steamship Line for New trenches, and several German HJoo'shed Buffalo 2, Pittsburgh 3. and Mrs. John Schnarr, Mrs. R. C.

# most up to date and modern cafesin York: Messrs. R. C. Ponder, Kenneth aeroplanes dropped boards on Any Newark 6, Kansas Cit3.. Hal lock and son, Jack and Miss Ruth
the city on Orange I. which such Baltimore 0-5, St. Louis 2-3. Gillam.
avenue. Elmer Thos. were messages as"Lember.r
French Rodenbaugh, S Atlanta, Ga., June 26.-With soldiers -
Hand and J. .: is ours, Calais next.
Young. Mr. Pon-
5t t t t t t t t t 5 s s t t a t t marching, drums beating timeto BIG JEWEL ROBBERY REPORTED

i NEW 1 15 5 TON GAS ENGINE I der his wife will,be who met has in been New visiting York city rela-by TO CARE FOR NEW DESTROYERS E. bugles Harris,, and of Macon crowded, today streets was, Nat inaugurated New York.-An advertisement in C COM 0 M ITTEES APPOINTED

tives in New
England, and they will _
governor of Georgia, suc- today's papers offering $10,000 reward -

Huge Engine Installed spend the remainder of the summerin ceeding Slaton.So for the return of jewels missed W. '
Yesterday Briton, Conn. Mr. French will Washington, D. C.-A new divisionof O. \. Name Committees to
in New Ice Plant of Conn. go the torpedo flotilla of the Atlantic tense was the feeling over the from a residence in Southampton, Act for Sunday Ceremo-
Waterbury, to visit relatives -
recent action of former Governor Island
Sla- Long gave the first public
A. J. Nye-Unique while the other members of the fleet has been organized to take care in hint nies July ;5 at Unveiling -
the of
of commissioned ton commuting sentence of a robbery there a few days
Methods Used party will put in their time visiting newly Downes and destroyers.The Leo M. Frank from the death penalty ago. A necklace of 71 pearls was I of Monument
Nicholson O'Brien
points of interest in New York
state. have been assigned to the new division to life imprisonment, that every near- among the lost articles. The name of
Yesterday morning many Orlando- and other destroyers will be I beer saloon and every locker club in the owner was not disclosed but he The four monuments which will be

; ites were interested spectators while YOUNG DENNIS FELL FROM added into commission. the city was closed all day and tonight or she was believed to be a memberof unveiled on Sunday July 4, will be
as they come .
the big gas engine for the new ice TREE I II I the wealthy summer colony. The dedicated to four members of the

plant of A. J. Nye was being unloaded MANY PEOPLE IX ORLANDO Every policeman on the city's rolls circumstances under which the gems local chapter W. O. W. deceased dur-

; from the flat car by the Walker Yesterday morning while climbingthe LAST EVENING was on duty and many special offi- were lost were not disclosed and the ing the last two years. C. II. Dame,

Brothers' packing house and towed large camphor tree which standsin cers were sworn in to aid the regular police of Southampton denied any of Ocala will deliver the address at

over to the position which it is to the front yard of Mr. and Mrs. Orange avenue and the lateral business authorities. Two regiments of Geor- knowledge of a robbery. the unveiling ceremonies Sunday afternoon -

i occupy in the new ice plant. The engine Harry Gauthier's home on South streets were thronged last even- gia militia were present at the cere- at 3:30 o'clock. '/

was a nice little load weighing Lake street, Master Johnnie the I monies. SEND GUNS TO THE EAST Sacred music will be furnished dur-
ing people from all parts of the
approximately tons, and the workof eight year old son of Mr. and Mrs. county. Many hundred automobileslined I There was much cheering and the ing the ceremony, by Mclntosh'sband

moving it to the plant was no W. C. Dennis, on Liberty street, fell I the streets and the stores did a crowds generally were good natured. London.-A Central News dispatch and vocal selections will be ren-

small task. quite a distance striking the ground good business. Twice, however, the outgoing gover- from Amsterdam says several trains dered by a quartette. The deceased
In moving this machine a with such force as to render him sovereigns in honor of whose
new un- I nor was hissed-once as he was in loaded with heavy guns have left Es- mem-
wrinkle in transportation, for Orlando conscious for some time. Proper j A NEW.COTTAGEV. the act of turning over the great seal sen for the Bzura river front in Poland ory these exercises have been arrangedare

at least was tried out. The engine restoratives were applied and in the I of the state of Georgia to the incoming where it is believed they will. W. F. Barber T. H. Barlow,

was removed from the flat car afternoon he was around with his I C. Villeneuve has recently erect- f executive, and again when he be used in an advance against War Mark White and L. P. Cook.

and placed upon rollers then a block playmates as if nothing out of the ed a neat one story cottage on his started to leave the capitol. saw. The committees in charge of the ,

and tackle and cable were used to ordinary had happened.PRESBYTERI.X I property at 702 West Church street. : The Slaton country home was exercises connected with the unveil- :

connect it with an auto and thus it i The building is not quite completedbut strongly guarded tonight by militia. THE WEATHER ing of the four monuments are: ._

was pulled over to its present loca- "SIT AROUND"The will probably be finished in the .Tomorrow or Monday the former governor Marshal of the day, B. 11. Belisario. ,

tion. The usual manner of moving near future. will leave for a rest resort in Florida: Fair Sunday except showers Master of ceremonies, Dr. B. C. t

such heavy loads has been by the use regular "sit around" of the ladies i Virginia, where he will remain for a on East Coast. Sunday fair. Abernethy. !

of block, tackle and windlass. of the Presbyterian church will ADDITION TO BARNT. :few days resting up, and then take a :Music B. H. Belisario T. B. Phil- f

The new plant wilLbe ready for opt be held on Tuesday June 29th. All : trip through the West, visiting the batteries located at Givenchy, Augres lips. ..,. "
erations early the coming week and the ladies are urged to be present. Mathers, the liveryman, is i Panama-Pacific exposition. I and Vimy for the past two days have Transportation J. H. Tucker, D. L. t'

I will have a capacity of 15 tons per building an addition to his barn on I Though a few Jews were jostled been pouring a steady stream of I Hawley. 1 1I

i, day. The output of the plant will be Stationery this week for 25 cents Depoline street. The addition is to during the day all was quiet tonightand metal and high explosives into the I Sports T. B. Phillips, D. L. Hawley. i

? handled by Messrs. E. A. Quigg and per box-almost half price. Come be about 40x60 feet and will greatly I there seems no indication of fur- newly acquired trenches in the "Laby- Decorations J. M. Caruthers, P. F.

R 1 Bert Rollins. and see us. Curtis & O'Neal.- increase the room for the livery barn. ther trouble. rinth" and about Souchez. I Laubach. 1.r.

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DOINGS AT NEW SMYRNA Touring the Myriad Streets of.
JULY 5th Valspar Val-Enamel IIt [

Orlando With Pencil and PadEast
New Smyrna's population will be BY FRANK G. MENKF pays to use the Best.

dressed up in their meeting house The Famous New York Sporting You can get the BEST of everything in Wall Pap('}',.

clothes and will poke out the glad Expert.By Pine Street been overlooked in the matter of Paints and Varnishes at
mitt to all visitors. East Pine street, that portion com- street improvement, and from year
Frank G. Menke the two blocks included be- to the residents have been forced
You "auto" see the parade and the prising year Finley's Pioneer Paint State
races. New York.-"Ability to putt- tween Osceola street and Liberty to put up with no paving not even

That town is going to have a that's the secret of golf success," street, is lined with some of the (; clay. They pay taxes for street improvement Corner Pine and Court St. Phone 67 .

mighty good time, and they want you says William J. Travis, the wonderful most attractive homes in the city. I -and yet they have no
to be in on the fun. Old Man Grouch old man of the links, who, at the age Neat lawns surround each of these I street improvement. We have the best men and the best equipment to d'>

and Old Mrs. Blues won't show up in 1 I i'of 55, met a field of more than 100 homes, without a single exception, There are only two or three vacant the best work. The best is the cheapest.

those diggings July 5th. They can't' of the greatest golfers in the East, I'and every foot of the two blocks in j! lots in the two blocks, all the rest are

stand to see folks have so much glad- I i and putted his way to the Metropolitan -1 question has tile sidewalks on both occupied i by handsome homes. It is Mastic Paint Pee-Gee Flatkoat

ness as New Smyrna is going to pull golfing championship of 1915. sides of the street for the entire dis- ]probable that few similar lengths of

t off on that day. I Travis, not even considered as an : tance. I"; 'street, outside the business section,
r Real, honest-to-goodness, United i outsider when the recent tournament I At the crossing of Pine and Lake
States money will be paid as prizes I began, beat every opponent that was I streets a nice clump of scrub oaks : i is also probable that few similar sections FOR THE SUMMER CAMP

t to the winners of numerous contests pitted against him-and beat every decorates the center of Pine street. ,,I have a higher taxable valuation
.And that is not the worst of it '''than 1 has this of Pine
of skill and endurance, both on land one in a decisive way. i j by portion street.
and water. .< I "Golf matches are won and lost on any means, either. Apparently this i I I These people want better street The VICTROLA furnishes the ideal music, either for amuse-

Free eats? Yes, plenty of them; the putting green," said Travis. "1 portion of Pine street has never been I I j I;paving-they deserve better pavinjr ment, entertainment or even for worship.The .

and drinks, too, but the drinks will learned that many years ago. And so visited by street improvement, since ::and they should by. all means fet twenty-five: dollar machine answers the purpose in most
be barrels of iced lemonade, scattered I decided to perfect my putting.. 1 the original grading was completed. I what they deserve. '
I instances. Many already have them. Many more will
I. around in cool, shady places. practiced driving, of course, but I In the center of the street runs the I The Pine street that is best knowni campers
The crowd will be there, and you gave most of my time to putting. I wagon and auto drive, which is noth-I i I I to most Orlandoites is that portion have them when they know how much the music adds to the

, may go by rail, boat, buggy, automo- putted from every conceivable angle ing more or less than a sand bed, and I'': !between the railroad and West street. pleasure of camp life.

bile, horseback, on foot, or in a Ford. and distance that was possible, and outside the center of the road runs- : This is a far different street from

t Everybody will be welcome.' The date because "practice makes perfect," I Bermuda grass. 'I that described above, not from the \v. S. BRANCH,

is July 5th and the place is New believe that I became quite proficientin Thus the residents, who own nice |fact that the homes are more attractive THE
i I(. Smyrna. putting.It homes, and who keep neat lawns, and nor the lawns better kept, for

was marvellous putting skill that who have spent some hundreds (or that would be a hard condition to im

i BISHOP MANN IN TITUSVILLE won the championship for this 55 thousands) of dollars in sidewalk im- I agine. No, the difference lies in the .

I I year old veteran. lIe's small in size provement, if they desire to cross the fact that this portion of the street is
r The Right Rev. Cameron Mann, 'and frail in build. Practically everyone street in the morning before the dew brick (not even day) paved. The I m '

bishop of the southern jurisdiction of of the men he battled against dries, have the delightful privilege of ;walks are shaded by huge oaks (not .

Florida, arrived in Titusviile' from Orlando outdrove him from 10 to 50 yards. wading through the rank Bermuda, ;j scrubs). The homes are very pretty : Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service j j
on Sunday, and delivered a But Travis never worried over that '!crossing the dusty roadbed, and then ;! and the business houses have a good

very interesting address to the con- handicap. lIe knew that the final!wading through some more grass un- i j trade. Thus East Pine street, paved :

gregation in St. Gabriel's Episcopal I issue would be fought out on the II til they reach the tile sidewalk on the j' and unpaved, is one of the neatest : Harley-Davidson Truck

church. The church was well filled, green-and it was on the green that other side. j j I and most progressive of the city's .
and the bishop's address was listenedto he won all of his matches. I Somehow this section of Pine street thoroughfares. FOR QUICK SERVICE

with marked attention. The rec- "Strange as it may seem, golfersare I

tor, Rev. E. W. Pigion, of Cocoa, was more liable to miss a two or five "My clubs look sort of funny to ':' Saturday and Mon- I: PHONE 444
present to conduct the service. The yard putt than they are to miss a others, but they look all right to me," :

choir did remarkably well upon this longer one," said Travis. "That's bej i j said Travis, in explanation. "The I. .
day Specials
occasion, and the way in which they cause the short putt looks easy. They knots on the drivers enable me to geta i Good and Bad Cigar Stores

sang the offertory anthem-Hide Not rarely practice the short putts. They better grip. The mashies serve i \

Thy Face-was very much appre- always are practicing the long and their purpose well, and I find that a !. t'

I dated. Mrs. Denham deserves much I''difficult ones. But oftentimes its the heavy putter is better, for my work, Pillsbury Flour, 24 Ib.$1.10Gold MlllfllMIIMUiMtiMiilMMMIMtlMMIIIIIIIIMtFor
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credit for the able manner in which short putts that lose the game for than a light one." Medal Flour, 24 Ibs$1.10 i

she is training the choir. A receptionwas them. Travis' victory in the Metropolitan Silver King Flour, 24 Ibs___90c

held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. "Several times during the Metro- gives- him that championship for the Silver King Flour, 12 Ibs___50c Quality and Prices On Fruits
C. J. Denham, after the service, in politan it looked bad for me. Some- fourth time. He won in 1900 when he
I' honor of Mann "mere child" of 40 in Crisco, Large pail-________85c
Bishop brother of the times my opponent was one stroke to was a repeated
Watch This
Rev. Mr. Mann, the popular well the good on the green because of superior 1902, won in 1909, and again this 50c. size _____________45c Space

known rector of Trinity church, Bos- driving, and it seemed as if I year. 25c. size -____________23c

ton. Bishop Mann says he is in love were sure to lose the hole. But on Travis has held the national cham- Snowdrift, large pail _____$1.00
with Florida, and has hardly had a most of those occasions my rivals pionship, and in 1904 went to Sand- Alligator Pears
half pail _________50c
warm, uncomfortable foozled wich, England, and the amateur
night since he on an easy putt. It seemed won
Cottolene *pail _____$1.25 Just arrived. Price is
since he has been here.-Titusville so easy-and they missed." championship there. large right.
Advocate. "How much longer do 60c. pail _____________55c
Travis, on the green than, seems to haveno play in golfing' championship you expectto ?" 30c. pail _____________25c Georgia Peaches

more nerves a machine. Travis asked. Karo, 1 gallon____________50c
Hair Growing Shampoo, and Dan- Nothing him. He is cool was
upsets con- one-half _______25c
druff Cure-a gallon in
thoroughly tested and fident, unerring. The slightest twistor "That's hard to say, answered Coming daily.j. .
reliable remedy. Sure cure for fall- Travis, with one of his rare smiles. Fla. Syrup, one gallon _____55c
ing hair and dandruff. For sale a false movement would mean de-
at Irish Potatoes, per bushel __90c
McElroy's Drug Store. feat for him. But Travis "It's said that golf is an old man'sgame.
6-23-6tc throughthe
has schooled I'm just a young fellow now, New Potatoes, per bushel$1.30 w. Johnson 109 W. CHURCH ST.
meet years such himself to and because I like the game, and the Prunes, 2 Ibs _____________25c ,
just conditions
and Travisis of contest I I'll continueto Peaches, 2 Ibs ____________25c
the spirit guess
master of himself
Empire Hotel ter of in his and the when mas- battle for medals and things like White House Coffee _______33c -- -- -
every nerve body
Maxwell House Coffee ____33c
that until I to be old fellow.
the time for him get an
comes to the
drop Luzianne Coffee __________28c
ball into the SPRAYINGFor
cup.Travis' Bliss Coffee --____________28c
SPEJOC \ ( driving is beautiful to AMERICA HAS NOT INTERFERED I Best Ground Coffee .:______20c
JOC watch. The White Fly and Scale with Schnarr's In-
grand old of the ,
Best Green
Coffee ________20c i
links can't get the terrific force into secticide. For Red Spider Ruste Mite and all other Mites
PLANS Arbuckle Ground Coffee ___20c
his swing as do his younger and infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur
I Asparagus 25c. size _______20cEverything I'
.Puree of Tomatoes heavier foes, but Travis' timing is Compound.
lOc. 3
Sliced Tomatoes perfect and his swing is perfect. It's Washington, D. .-Official denialof for regular, These two will mix perfectly and two sprayings <-
Baked Sea Trout, Egg Sauce been so long since Travis "topped" a the story 'printed at The Hague -------------- can be done at one and the same time. This will absolutely -
Everything 5c.
regular 6 I
Fried Spring Chicken, Brown Gravy drive or made a bad slice that the that Japan was prevented from send- for I insure clean trees and bright fruit.
Roast Beef, au jus oldest inhabitants have forgotten ing 300,000 troop to Europe as the --------------------25c I Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing

Corn Fritters, Nutmeg .Sauce 1 about it.Travis. result of an unofficial hint to Great I cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and

New Potatoes in Cream i in putting, uses some of the Britain from Washington was made Our business is strictly cash. ,: you will have no regrets at the end of the season.Manilfaclurels.

Stuffed Green Peppers J heaviest irons ever seen on the links. today at the state department. The I

Corn on Cob Green Deans j His mashies are peculiarly shaped, re- United States government never has No deliveries. 1. SCHNARR & CO.
Tuti Fruti Ice Cream Cake '' semblnig a fish hook to a certain ex- made any suggestions about the question -

Huckleberry Pie I: tent, and his drivers have big knots of sending Japanese troops to I ,

Cheese Crackers j along the shafts instead of being Europe or withdrawal of Japanese 1 RIZK BROTHERS Orlando, Florida

Tea Coffee Iced Tea smooth as are most other drivers. I(troops from Manchuria. I 39 W. CHURCH STREET .

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,,"' ..:t '. ", ," 'A" -.a f K..." I' growers who showed a balance on the wrong side of the ledger.
'<-....' .. ':'" This condition could, and would have been avoided had Ocklawaha Nurseries

:""-.- .' ..;_ 'f... .. .. :::- "'0"-...., ; pedigreed trees been planted in these groves. The test groves of the Ocklawaha

a L':-,. : J> "iJ:1. : 'r: f.'10' ...:" '! "C ...!:A. .. :_ ', j Nurseries from which our trees are budded, seventeen acres in extent, of an averageof
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: : i l"'; t -,._ ;: : v per tree, and the amount realized was over six thousand dollars. In this grove, our
""" 7a\oo. "! .. Connor Prolific Grapefruit trees six old
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:..: I '1 !! 101 :.-q good trees from which to bud the trees we are growing for your use in plantingyour

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.J. r'I; !IIE' !! :":':": i ?' $.. r. All government tests, have proven our practice to be correct. Professor Shamel,

: .t. .:; .. and Prof Pomeroy, have proven by their work along this line, that ordinary groves
z- : r ::i.; i planted from ordinary trees of the usual method of propogation and rebudded
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a.r-::: sj "Ao&.. .t. ing. Call and get a catalog, and talk the matter over with Mr. G. G. Wright, our

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.1' ...o .. .r: { ) .. .,: o. it pays to start right, with Ocklawaha Nurseries trees. .
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r Tangerine, Florida.
Heavy producing trees of quality Fruit be
can produced only from Ocklawaha
Nurseries Pedigreed Trees. Order YOURS NOW. They are grown, not manufac- G. G. Wright, Agt., No. 8 Yowell-Duckworth Bldg.

tured, and it takes time to do it-its precious. Do it NOW.
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GERMANS GET MOST OF TilE I taken as well as all the money and 11'llllllllllll 'llllllllllllllll'IIIIIIII'IIIIIJIIIIAttention
World Will Hold I
FRENCH IRON products of the occupied regions. In I
this way German factories making
Keys of City for Three Days''' Paris.-More than 15,000,000 of the shells for their the army were able to increase i; : Auto Owners! I jj

16,500,000 tons of iron ore produced :

annually in France, worth about $13-
On and Monday, starts for the cemetery. Visiting
Saturday Sunday 000,000, come from the department of I I AUTO SERVICE STATION I
July 3, 4 and 5, surrounding clans of members cordially invited. I
the W. O. W. will gather in Orlando 3:30 P. :\ .-Unveiling of monu the Meurthe and Moselle, occupied by DEAD. Get some comfort out of I
the the Germans. Three and a half mil- life while you are living. An easy '!
from neighboring towns to help ments cemetery. 14 E. CHURCH STREET
lions of the 4,500,000 tons of pig iron will do "_ at''
local orwr in its gra celebration.A Monday, July 5 I porch swing it. $ .50 '
very mplete [..gram has been Big basket picnic at Joyland. Everybody -' produced in France annually also Tracy & Moore's. 18 East Church St. |j, < Automobile Repairing. Gasoline and Oil
arranged and there will be something invited. Come and bring the' come from those regions, and 2,250- 6-2s-or 1 1I CAR WASHED AND POLISHED, Sl.OO
s. doing every minute of the time while kiddies. Racing dancing, boating 000 of the 3,250,000 tons annual pro- I
the Woodmen hold the keys of the I and sports all day. Don't forget the duction of steel. Seventy-four percent BUYERS AND SELLERSI I Special Club Rate Tickets
big masked dance on Orange avenueat of the French iron industries, real''', ,' Prompt Service Personal Attention
city.The buy sell rent, and feAclmrge%
therefore are immobilized. Second Hand Cars Bought and Sold
program follows: night. Make.)'our costume now. estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., | i
Saturday July 3 8 A. M.-Busses start for picnic Reports have come to French: manufacturers over 30 years. Have handled over !
Trades Day-A bargain in every grounds at Joyland Park. Busses that every machine that $20.000,000. Call and see me. ,! ; ; Freeman V. D. Phillips, Manager : :
be utilized in Germany has been 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. i t
and I can
store. See what a dollar will do. leave Pine street Orange avenue

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Saturday the big sales daybuythen all, at Joyland. Prize on exhibitionat
and bank the difference. See Evans, the jeweler's, window. Scores of Hoosier Cabinets : I
the baseball game skating races and 2:45 P. :M.-Swimming face; distance II arket
other amusements. A day of saving 50 yards; for men. Prize on I
and pleasure for you. exhibition in Evans the jeweler's, BOUGHT BY ORLANDO OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY :

s 3 P. M.-Baseball game at the Fair window. WOMEN 1 OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

Grounds. 3 P. M.-10 yards swimming race, Deliveredfor FRESH AND SALT ME APS

7 P. M.-Splendid program at the for ladies only. Prize on exhibition I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Roof Garden. I in Evans, the jeweler's window.
$1.00 k.thiag crect.ed av 4: ) i om the j.;=>, mvi *r-p. trcra:
9 P. M,-Famous W. O. W. billy 3:15 P. :Exhibition in fancy i
goat will be given to person holdingthe swimming and diving. *>ud pux
Sans Miles of Steps. i jA We invite and ;aetion. We have
inspection gueranusatt
lucky number at the Roof Garden. 3:30 P. M.-10 yards race for girls I
10 P. M.-Exhibition fancy skatingby under 16 years old. Prize on exhibition ,.. oL Ask the scores of Orlando everything in the Meat Line
one-legged man; admission free. in Evans the jeweler's, window. women who own Hoosier Cab-
10:15 P. M.-Best couple skaters. 3:45 P. M.-Tub race for boys. 1 I SOLD inets. They will tell you the i l\--. Se1f'tl& Co.
Prizes on exhibition in Hammond & Prize on exhibition in Evans the jew- Hoosier Cabinet saves two
Gore's window. eler's, window. 1.. f SOLD hours every day and enables PHONE NO. SO PINE STREET

10:30 P: M.-Best lady skater. 4 P. M. Chasing the ducks. Prizes a them to get through their :
# the ducks. work so quickly and easily, t -- --- --
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Gore's window. 4:15 P. M*-Potato race, for women V there is little real fatigue at
10:50 P. :M. Boys' hurdle race. I only. Two prizes on exhibition in the end of the day.
Prize on exhibition in Hammond & Evans, the jeweler's, window. L You'll find it much easierto I ,
Gore's window. 4:30 P. M.-50 yards foot race for keep help when :you havea
Sunday July 4 men. Prize on exhibition in Evans' "Hoosier." You'll save
Unveiling of four monuments-im- window. two hours a day when :you do EXCEPTIONAL OFFER

pressive ceremonies. All camps that 4:45 P. M.-Prize waltz. Prizes on j your own work. You manage
can come are invited. Procession exhibition in Evans' window. 0 J I your kitchen more easily. I
starts at Orange and Central avenues. 8:30 P. M. Grand masquerade ball Everything is at your fin-
Woodmen of the World meet at on Orange avenue between Central ger's ends.
Woodman Hall, Central avenue and avenue and Church street. The famous Hoosier Club Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne '
Orange avenue to form parade. 11:30 P. M.-End ofIagnolia Plan enables any woman to
2:30 P. M.-Procession forms and Camp No. 4's log rolling. Good night. have a Hoosier Cabinet de- with of
plenty Foliage
I livered at once for $1.00; balance \
in small weekly
HEAVY WAR CARGO TAKEN ON sengers three of them Americans, 0 payable
I' dues of $1.00. The Cabinet and Trees.
and 175 steerage passengers. is paid for in a few weeks.
New York.-Sixty automobile trucks 0 You own it. You never miss
') the small price which is
and thirty aeroplanes arriving late at A REAL NECESSITY 1.I fixed everywhere by the Price $2000.00
the pier delayed the sailing of the _' o Hoosier Mfg. Co. You pay

White Star liner Arabic for three I No individual with anything to sell not a penny extra to join i
hours afternoon. When the dub. Enroll jour name
or trade can successfully find a bu'eror
they were all aboard, the Arabic was trader without the aid of the Sentinel today.
loaded down with war material, much want ads. Remember that its I
of it ammunition. She drew thirty i circulation represents five-sixths of
feet forward and thirty-one feet aft, the Orlando community.
and looked as low in the water as a : Complete House Furnishers .

tramp steamer. ,i An ad. in the Morning Sertinel is a
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FREE Wind Up of the Great June Sale |

The whole store a Huge Bazar of Bargains for the

+ BEAUTIFUL :MEDALLION PORTRAIT final days in June. Hundreds of lots already sold

e, OWN PHOTO out, but fresh new lots have taken their place. ;

\1 R : .. Exquisite Minatures We particularly urge you to attend the last days of j

/ The Latest achievements of the Portrait our great sale, for never in our history have we .

( F-, \ Art. with Porcelain Effect offered you such burgains.


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New Summer Dresses a charming One lot of Suiting .and .Skirting, t
group, which embraces all the plain and fancy weaves, these
MEDALLIONS very latest creations; excellent goods are regular $1.00 and $1.25 t

quality material, fine workmanship quality, choice . . . 23c;
i How to Secure These $9.00 value. . . .$;j.98 .

One lot of Embroideries, in edges
Medallions Free Children's Dresses Half Price. bands insertions and galoons

'\ 1 Made of Gingham, Percales, Cham- values up to 25c. for . . 5c
\1 When :you make a purchase at any Department throughout the store you can secure Medallion' Ticket brays and Linen in plain and fancy
from the Sales Clerk; take the Medallion Ticket with Sales-check Medallion Department, on Main Floor
colors checks and all
plaids stripes
; where it will be punched to the amount of your purchase. When your purchases amount to 10.00 bring in Pillow Cases Size 42x36 and 45x36
i your ticket with the Photograph you wish reproduced. Medallion will be finished and returned together with sizes, from 2 to 14 years.
;: heavy weight
i your original picture unharmed. 75c. quality to close out at .ST'/jC Scalloped 25c.
i and quality for . . . . .1-
Columbia Medallians are made in three styles each style in gloss or dull finish. $1.00 quality to close I out at 50c _

$1.25 quality to close out at .62Vic
I Water f $1.50 quality to close out at . 75c Bed Spreads, .extra l large size, 9
Carbon Scpia ColorTh $5.00 $2.00 quality to close out at .$1.00 Satin finished, ::Marseilles $2.00quality

This style: ese . . . . . .$1.39
J This style has the bctauThis is the beautiful marvelous exactness the
flesh tints color of hair ColumbialedalIions Ladies' Sailors the new Lord Kit-
color much loved
tiful soft tone and so
and eyes, as well as those cheers all shades value
$5.00 $1.98 One lot White
effect of a fine emra'incby the old masters having of the costume. Should are about double the size Goods, slightly soil-
producing the high lights all the clearness and fine you wish life colors, hand. ed, plain and fancy, worth up to
I and shadows to perfection. tone of an etching. painted each color burnt of illustration.D Silk Crepes beautiful patterns in 35c., while they last . . 10c
in, a charge of 25c. is
:1 Trade. plain and fancy weaves large
line of colors to select from 65c Men's: Arrow Collars, all the new i

I J1; S3 O .K I P T I O INT : and 75c. value . . . 23c styles, extra special . . .10cYowellDuckworth !r

These beautiful Photo Medallions are the most.artistic portraits ever produced. They are mounted on ,
non-<"orrosi\'e metal specially prepared. The portrait is burnt in, same as on porcelain, and covered with heavy f
celluloid, making the picture strong and imperishable; can be washed without harm when soiled, thus preserving
forever the features of those you low.ou: cannot tell the difference between these medallions and a fine Co.Orlando's
porcelain hand painting.; They are worth $;).00 each. We guarantee the likeness to be an Absolute Fac-Sim- .
ilie of the Photograph Furnished. They are elegant, dainty and artistic and make a beautiful ornament tor
the home whether of baby or grandma, the result will be satisfactory to you. All information needed not
here set forth, will be cheerfully given. Frames to Medallions can be purchased for the Moderate Price Largest Store "Quality Did It" : : :
of 50c. to $2.00.

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Sentinel 1 1fl. PROGNOSTICATORS. UNPRECEDENTED.The Orlando Life In
South Florida The Tampa Times and the Tampa report of the American Bible I ;

MORNING I AND WEEKLY Tribune are again differing-this time Society for-1914 shows an unprecedented ParagraphWATCH I
i: GLENN --_' E W. C. ESSINGTON .. .. .Bus..._ Manager
mell's entry into the senatorial arena. Bible notwithstanding the paralyzed aFllRNIShING
Entered at the postoffice<< at Orlando. Florida The Tribune contends that Trammellhas conditions in Mexico, Turkey and
as Second Class Mail Matter. killed Wall's chances of victory, some other mission fields. The society I In different parts of the city one

SUBSCRIPTION RATES I while the Times argues that Trammell's last year put out 6,388,717 sees here and there one of the giant
Daily 1 Year .. .... ... .. ............. 15.00Duty. I oaks of which the city is so proud,
6 Months ...................... 2-50'' aspirations will increase WaU'sopportunity copies of the Bible. That surpassedthe ,
Daily. 3 Months .... .................. 1.25 for the toga. total for the previous year by burned by the heat from trash fires
Daily 1 Month ........:.............. 69 which have been lighted too close to
Says the Tribune: ,137,641. And the total for 1913 had
Weekly. 1Y 11.00 .-Three South Florida candidates been 1,201,566 volumes greater than the foliage of the tree. It is not like-
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN against one Jacksonville eandi- the output in 1912. There was increased ly that any one would deliberately seta
date; and the average Jacksonville demand last year in practically fire with the intention of scorchingthe

ADVERTISERS: u. _Tallahassee U Miami or _Fen- every field covered by the society trees, but nevertheless the fact

Copy tar display and all ether hand-set sacola man (Orlando omitted from but the most remarkable interest remains that fires are carelessly lighted THAT YOU'LL LIKE
adTcrtirinc mast be hande in at the basiar.aPace -
ef the Sentinel not later than 2 p. -. I mention) voting for Bryan. was shown in the Orient. and, although the trees are seldom
the day before publication. Thia rate applies .Trammell should seek the houseof China last year took 1,973,453 Bibles killed outright, large limbs are destroyed -
to chances for contract advertising:; it is
Invanable and will be strictly adhered to. I representatives because of his from the society, an increase of which ruins their appear- TO WEARCome

"youth, vigor and enthusiasm." 19,488 over the demand in 1913. The ance. More care should be exercisedin
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel d>n-
tinued should notify the office in writing on With Trammell in the house and society, since its founding has sent burning piles of trash there is _
... ...,.. _
date of otherwise it will be _
the expiration : M 't. such fires v
Bibles China. last plenty of open ground for ,
continued: at the regular subscription rates Wall in the senate this section of 9,546,744 to Japan
oat notice to stop is received. the state would receive its just received 643,799, an increase of and it is a pity to run the risk of
Telephone N..b-r ...................... 24 year
'-'- dues in national affairs. 352,698 over the circulation in 1913. ruining a nice tree just to save a few into the Store tomorrow and get a good look at'-

t SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 1915. Says the Times: The demand in Korea in 1914 was minutes of extra work. proper to wear this :season. All the good styles: are here m>'., aconveniently

1.-Br-an condition reversed-will more than two and a half times greater -0- displayed for your special benefit.

, One thing that helps the bride to have to depend upon own strengthand than in the previous year, being ST. LUKE'S HOSPITALAll It's worth coming a long way to see these summer display'

. appear so beautiful is that she always not powerful Broward ma- 458,694, compared with 176,880. The of the carpenter work connected Certainly it is! How are you going to know what's right to wear

picks her bridesmaids. chine. Trammell, a member of circulation in the Philippine Islandswas with the renovation of St. Luke's hos- this season if you don't SEE the new furnishings? And when it

o this faction, will further divide 209,127 in 1914 and was only 65- pital has been completed, and the comes to absolutely CORRECT styles you've got to come here to

When a man is arrested for speed- vote. Because of this division 816 in 1913. The society, in ninety- painting is progressing under the find them!

ing it's seldom a surprise to any of Wall will receive as many votesas nine years of its existence, has circulated skilled direction of Mr. G. Ammann, You won't be urged to buy, but if you happen to see somethingyou

his friends because it has taken the Trammell or Bryan. 109,908,608 volumes. the well known painter and decorator. need, and WANT to buy it, you will get the kind of service

police so long to do it. The Times does not suggest what The society has an endowment fund The house is to be painted gray that has brought men in here time after time. Dollar for dollar

0 Gov. Trammell should have aspiredto of $2,387,778.93, but its activities are and trimmed with green. values always.

Some who have been judges in baby and neither journal gives former I developing so rapidly that increase in --Q-

shows have survived, but you may Governor Gilchrist any assurance that funds is not keeping pace with volume ANOTHER IMPROVEMENTCol.

have noticed that they have to geta he stands any chance of even lookingin of work. The organization has T. J. Watkins, the master YOU'LL
new man every time. the ring. under way translations into Portu- builder of Orlando, is never content

t a Both the Times and Tribune agree, guese for use in Brazil l, revisions for unless hearing the song of the ham- LISTED BELOW BUT YOU'D BETTER COMEIN
' Lloyd-George would apparently however, that Mr. Wall is eminently the use of Chinese and Japanese. Its mer and saw. Just at present he is ,

change the familiar quotation to read: fitted for the office of senator. It putting out Bibles in many of the having his Grand hotel entirely recovered AND LOOK THEM OVERSTRAW
"Heaven is on the side of the biggest would seem that Florida needs a' tongues of the Philippine Islanders, with metal roofing.

ammunition factory.-Chicago Her- "business man" in the United States the Marshall Islanders, and the Zulusof

ald. senate, and if his campaign is conducted South Africa. And along with oth-
o along lines of positive conviction er activities it is planning to establish At The ChurchesCHRISTIAN '

First the Austrians had Przemysl' ; to the voters in all sections of a Bible house at Panama and to

then the Russians had it Peremysl, the state so that his fitness for the celebrate' its centennial next year. AND MISSIONARYALLIANCE

and now the Austrians will hold it for office becomes an absolute assurance o

mother spell.-Philadelphia North and not a dream of personal ambition, Harry Thaw is not alone in his expressed Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. every
and service at 3:30p. t'
American.It Perry G. Wall should run first; Nathan hope that he is now under- Sunday. m. ,Mid-week preaching prayer and praise

__ o P. Bryan, second; Governor going his last appearance in court.A service Thursday evening at 7:30. A \

begins to look as if Italy were Trammell, third, and Albert Gilchrist, a general invitation extended. 22 West
going to do the really heroic thing in fourth. GOOD MAN GONE Pine street.CHRISTIAN.
this war. She will rush to the help In concluding its editorial the Times Not infrequently we refer to the SCIENCE

of the victors.-New York :Morning declares that- dead in the words of the caption to Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Ser-

Telegraph. "The need of placing practical business this article. "A good man gone" vices at 11 a. m.; subject, "Christian t y -
0 men in office occasionally has makes a fine epitaph-none finer, and Science." Wednesday evening ser-,
vices at 7:45. Third floor, corner S. 1
Now one can figure out what those been sadly evident in Florida for never has it been more accurately applied Orange avenue and Church street.

canals on Mars really are. They are some time, and recent developmentsmade than in reference to the late E. Entrance on Church street.

the trenches where the embattled the need still more evident. M. Strong. -o-
I Martians have dug themselves in.- Largely capitalized financial institu- The following was taken from the Corner Main and Jackson streets.J. .
Chicago Daily News. tions of various kinds, including insurance last issue of the Apopka News: B. Ley, pastor.
... companies and banks, have "Mr. E. M. Strong passed awayat Bible school 9:45 a. m. Modern
The bombs of l laughing gas hurlecby been allowed to go to the wall, his home in McDonald, Friday methods thorough classification, excellent -
morning at six o'clock. Mr. service. C. E. Howard, super- HATS
the French produce laughter for through dishonesty of officers, bringing Strong was about sixty-five yearsof intendent. t.

fifteen minutes followed by blinding loss to thousands of stock and age, and moved from Virginiato Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.,
tears. The theatrical syndicate will policy holders. If anything has been McDonald some thirty years by the pastor. Morning subject "Ul- Were never cheaper, just note the Reductions, and then compare.

want the patent.-Brooklyn Eagle. done for the protection of these suf- The sympathy is extended of the to entire Mrs. timate will be Authority."Paul's Measure" At night of the Disciple-theme REGULAR $2.50 FOR ____________$1.25 .

o ferers by the politically trained state Strong in her great bereave- ship." Good music at night. Mr. REGULAR $3.00 FOR _____________$1.50
officials, it has not been recorded. ment." Walter Drennen will sing an offertorysolo.
Since the war began Germany has Strangers visiting our city are REGULAR $3.50 FOR _____________$1.75
added six battleships to its comple- Would a business man, having the interest The deceased was a good man in
of constituents and friends the cordially invited to worship with us. REGULAR $4.00 FOR _____________$2.00
ment. If the war holds out long at large sense that includes citizen- -0--

enough Germany may have to enlargethe heart, allow them to be so victimized ship, workmanship and all the other FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH REGULAR $4.50 FOR _____________$2.23

Kiel canal.-New York Telegraph. ? Would he be timid politicallyor sides of the daily life. He was Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. REGULAR $5.00 FOR _____________$2.50
school at 9:45 a. m. Men'sBible
o fearful of his ability to procure "clean." That is the impression he Sunday class at 9:45. W. R. O'Neal
Orlando is justice? If so, he would display made the moment one came in contact superintendent.
complaining over the delay -
characteristics that not Services at 11 and 7:30 m.
are commonto with him. a. m. p.
in the
erection of its public build-
successful business men, and the It was impossible to associate him Morning sermon, "The Point of
ing, but it should be patient. These Control."
Times knows that Perry G. Wall has with anything mean or underhanded.In .
"Giving Up -
things come slowly and Orlando will Evening sermon,
none of these shortcomings. his he .
every relationship was Strings.
be fitted out in the course of time.-
Clearwater Sun. o straightforward, sincere, sensible.He Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30
GRAY HAIR has been a valuable member of p. m.
0 A most cordial invitation -
AND AGE. the county Democratic executive com- with
xl the public to worship us.
The joke about finding a long hair
Washington writer in discussingMr. mittee for years, being exceeded in --0--
F on a man's coat is declared to be the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
:: Lansing, now secretary of state number by only one other member,
oldest in the world and also the poor- Edward T. Poulson, D. D.,
says of him: "He is of grave, dignified Mr. J. II. Bear, of Winter Park.
est. This is because it has occurred pastor.Mr. SUMMER SHOES FOR MENProper
r presence, which is enhanced by No man ever lived in Orange county C. M. Tichnor, acting superintendent -
i the oftenest and because every man his prematurely gray hair-he is only with a cleaner record than E. M. of the Sunday school; Mr.
t to whom it has happened knows it is I director of the
51." Strong. We knew him and loved him Geo. W. Phillips, fitting, stylish lasts and best materials are features of
t no joke. choir; Mr. William S. Branch, Jr., or-
footwear. SPECIAL CARE is taken in shoes that fit
This for his cur giving
r I raises a question. If a man is sturdy, stalwart manhood, and ganist.Sunday.
0 I prematurely gray at 51, what is the while all the "old timers" will miss school at 9:45 a. m. perfectly-a service you'll appreciate we feel sure. Prices are !'

There are 20,000,000 to 25,000,000 age when he might normally and him, no one can possibly miss him Public worship in the auditorium at consistent with qualities.'
loyal citizens of the United States properly have whitened hair? In oth- more than the former editor of the 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., with the pas-
i tor in charge. And $1.00 Refund On All Men'sShoes
who in .
are sympathy with Germanyand a
Sentinel.We .
er words, when is a man old? It i ia is Morning sermon: "The UnfetteredLife.
Austria."American Independence world-old question and has been answered can truly say that his memory ." and Over
Union. What of it, if they are in many ways. Also the estimates will ever linger 'round us yet, just as Evening" theme: "The Celestial Costing $4

C loyal citizens-New York Evening of what constitutes age vary; twilight, after a splendid sun is set. Hiphway.The revival spirit and work in this

Telegram. widely. Noah was 600 years old at church continue. Since the dedica-

0 the time of the flood and it is not re- ITINERANT PREACHER EXHORTS tion, on May 30, some 78 new mem-
bers have been received. The impressive SUMMER UNDERWEARThe
The Orlando South Florida Sentinel lated of him that his hair was yet ON STREETS AND IS and beautiful ordinance of
1. puts it this way: "This is a strenuous -! gray, though it is very likely to have ARRESTEDAn baptism will be administered at the
i famous "ROXFORD" make, made of a very fine grade of
old world at best, but the other been so by the time his voyage in the itinerant preacher struck Or- evening service. B. Y. P. U. meetingin
side is a ,great deal more strenuous ark was completed. Israel was 130 lando yesterday afternoon about three Baraca hall at 6:30 p. m.; Mr. Eugene Nainsook.SHIRTS
Reid, president. REGULAR 50c. FOR _____3i/c
than this. And that's enough to and his eyes were dim with age when o'clock and for a time made the wel- Good music. Attentive ushers.
make a man satisfied with a menu of he went into Egypt, but Moses was kin ring with his exhortations about The public is most cordially invitedto DRAWERS, REGULAR, 50c FOR _.37i/ c

only fish and grits.-Clearwater Sun. young and active at 80. the mismanagement of the public' affairs worship with us.CATHOLIC. UNION SUITS, REGULAR $1.00 FOR75c

t 0 To come down to recent times, of the city in having passed an CHURCH UNION SUITS, REGULAR $1.50 for_$1.24 ..

: GOVERNOR TRAMMELL: there is the much quoted dictum of a ordinance prohibiting preaching on Fifth Sunday after Pentecost. I UNION SUITS, REGULAR $2.00 for$1.59
FAVORS RAMSEY. famous doctor that a man's greatest the streets. Mass and sermon, 9 a. m. \.
Officers of the Board of Trade and usefulness is past at 40-a declara- For a short time he drew more at- Rosary, sermon and Benediction, PURE LINEN UNDERWEARMade
7:30 m.
the Orange county representative to tion violently disputed, however. Butas tention than a four ring circus could Mass p. daily during the week, 6:30a. of fine grade Handkerchief Linen.

the legislature have received advices to gray hair as a sign of age do have done in the same length of time. m.All UNDERSHIRTS, REGULAR $1.00 for79c
.S from Governor Trammell that he hast we not see it on men of 30 and 35, He heaped coals of fire on "the welcome.
-- DRAWERS REGULAR $1.00 for____79c
: received the Board of Trade endorse- with baldness, incidentally, at a still devils," as he called the officials, and ST. LUKE'S-CATHEDRAL ,
nent and recommendation of G. R. earlier period? And is it not a com- called down maledictions on the cityin Fourth Sunday after Trinity.
t Ramsey as a member of the State mon thing to hear of white haired general. Officer Bozarth soon The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m.

r Highway Commission; and he states women of-well, mature years, yet made his appearance and suggestedthat Sunday Morning school 9:45 and a. m.sermon, 11 -

that he shall be pleased to gheIr.. hardly 50, speak of being prematurely he do his preaching in a more a. m. prayer
Ramsey's application and the letters gray? Yet, here is a man of 51 quiet and orderly manner on a nearby Evening prayer 4:30 p. m.

in his behalf due consideration. spoken of as being gray too early. vacant lot. -0- Dickson-Ives

0AN It is highly probable that the writer, This seemed to bring forth renewed ST. JOHN'S(Colored EPISCOPAL)

ANNOUNCEMENT: who so mentions him, is still further efforts from the preacher and Corner Pine and Terry streets. r.
B., FOR: GOLF FANS. on in years and looks at the new sec- he was taken in by the officer and Rev. E. Irvine Georges, B. A. vicar.

I" Beginning today the Sentinel will retary as a mere youth, so readilyand given an opportunity to repent in the Sunday June 27. Fourth Sunday

publish the first of a series of articleson unconsciously standards shift. city bastile of having violated the after sermon 10:30 Morning a. m. Sunday prayer school and

golf written by Frank G. Menke, Probably, remarks an Indiana news- ordinance which forbids preaching on and Bible class, followed by children's DEPARTMENT[ [ STORE

the New York golf expert. The article paper, neither gray haired folk, nor the public streets of Orlando. vespers at 3 p. m. Choral evensong 1111 .!

today deals with William J. Tra they who are bald, care to have their and sermon at 7:30.
Monday Confirmation class, 7:30p. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
vis, who annexed the Metropolitan age judged by these physical marks, LOST-Bunch of keys, with W1.. m.
championship of 1915. Travis say and, perhaps after all, it is wiser to Lege on it. Return to Sentinel Tuesday. Feast of St. Peter, evening The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-

the secret of his success is putting look upon gray locks that appear under office. Suitable reward. 6-27-tf / prayer and sermon at 7:30 p. m. tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-

Read what he has to say and then -shall it be said 60-as prema- FOR EXCHANGE-Ten acres Lake Friday.m. Choir Confirmation rehearsal at class 7:30 m.6:30p. chandise, at right pricesi

keep your eyes alert for the following ture. Apopka muck land; nothing better A cordial welcome is extended to
es. Today's installment is ont o in the state; ready for immediate cul the services. A committee is appointed -
The ad.'s the tivation. Want building material and to take care of visitors so that the 'I
labor. P. P. McGraw, Sentinel office. services can be followed intelligently. f

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SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR WEEK I the characteristics of heart and mind Admission 5 Cents II ,'- \Irr."..:--\
that fit a woman for ideal wifehood.
Monday, June 28. During a residence of about a : :.. i 1
year ;
Civic.vague meeting in Sorosis V. (<:::- /'.J'
here she cultivated the friendship of '" ;
at 3:30 p. m. MONDAY'S PROGRAM
Associated Charities; meeting of the quite a number of residents of this "
American. "Heart of Flame. A {
4 board of governors. city and won their highest esteem and drama, in two reels.

Mrs. Davis Tuesday Fishback, June hostess 29. to the regard. Mr. Waters is |J splendid, Princess. "And lie Never Knew." n \\il\ n
Younger Matrons. manly fellow, and numbers his friends Apollo. "Parcel Post Auto. A

"Sit around" in the Presbyterian par- by his acquaintances. He has held LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! comedy.Four good reels of motion pictures.
lors. several positions of trust in Orlando, Five cents to all. '
Mrs. Ralph Yearby will entertain at but during the has The Greatest Comedian in the U
past seven years
bridge in honor of Miss Edna Morris -
of DeLand, who is the house been manager of the San Juan hotel WorldCHARLES TO WATER CONSUMERS: o
guest of Miss Guilda llappersett. and has the kindliest regard of everyone I 0
the construction of filterin
During our
Miss Alma Wednesday DeLaney, June will 30.entertainthe who knows him. The Sentinel CHAPLINIn Lake Highland it will be necessaryto ENGAGEMENT RINGS AND OTHER THINGSWe
their friends in disturb the lake bottom that it
Bachelor Girls 10 joins many extending so
lIrs.J.. II. Reese will at entertain a. m. the congratulations and best wishes for a the screaming comedy is probable that for short periods of specialize in engagement rings. We also make a featureof
Young Matrons Card Club at the life full of joy and happiness. "HIS NIGHT OFF"A time the water will be more or less D wedding rings. As this is the season for holiday jewelry,
muddy. This or not be no-
Roof Garden. may may thoughtful people are making early selections because first choiceis
-0- ticeable down town and every precau-
Subscription Thursday dance,at July Country 1. Club. MOTORED TO: ORLANDOTO Special Feature in two parts.If tion is being taken to guard again

The Kil Rare Klub will meet with ATTEND WEDDING.C. it. We hope it will not prove objec- bestALLEN
3 Mrs. J. F. Allen at her home, No. L. and you don't want to laugh stay tionable, but if it is we trust you will & CO. JE YELERS.
Harvey daughter and son,
10 Gould street. be patient, as the result will justifythe lb.AL ,
Miss Evelyn and Master Miron, and away. temporary inconvenience.We -dJ
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Bert *Heacock and daughter, Miss expect to have the filter competed ._. oGOING .
LEAGUE OF AMERICA.The Loretta left about noon yesterday by WATER AND
Woman's Prohibition Leagueof automobile for Orlando to attend the LIGHT COMPANY.
America will hold their monthly wedding of Mr. Harvey's son, HaroldF. 6-27-Ctc LITTLE DECORATING -
public meeting Monday night, June Harvey, and Miss Marie TWO OTHER PICTURES
28, at the Pentecostal church, whichis Shreve on the "Fourth?" If so, get your
Want ? Ask for it through
which took place at 7:30 o'clock last anything
located on Hughey and America paints and brushes from us. This is
streets. evening at the home of the bride's FOUR REELS IN ONE Sentinel "Wants." also the best time of ;year to paint

The public is cordially invited to parents in Formosa, a few miles from ---- -- --- your house. We shield all our cus-
attend, and the following' program tomers against inferior paints, and
will be rendered: Orlando. The party from this city have been doing it for years. What's
Opening song, Rescue the Perish- will return some time today. The i j \ the size of your house? Guess it
ing. groom has been making his home in SPECIAL TRAINBETWEEN won't take much.
Scripture reading and A. V.
Orlando for several .
Cook. years past, but is No Advance in Prices I
Secretary's report. well known here and will have the
Orlando Paint & Wall Paper O
Recitation, Welcome, Helen Gould. good wishes of friends in Daytonaand
Chorus.Song, A Saloonless Nation in 1920, vicinity for a long and happy SANFORD{ ORLANDO iaY! jj Ai1 n 205 S. Orange Avenue?

married life.-Daytona Gazette News. ,
Recitation, Reta Hubble. AND
Talk Financial Phase of the Phone 261
Traffic. Chas. Mitchell. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR 5 cents 10 cents
Carroll.Recitation A Confession Buren KISSIMMEEJuly [[

Recitation Song of the Rye, Hazel quick.SALE-Ford Ford touring car. Come
Green. Garage. 6-27-3tc 5thLeaves

Song, I Love the U. S. A., :Mr. Ted-

die Raehn, Bertis Ingersol, and cho- ROOMS comfortable.TO RENT-Nice Rates cheap., cool and 301; "Cooler than the Coolest Spot in Sanford . . .8:00 a.m. WEDDING BELLS

rus.Recitation Leaves Lake .. .8:09
West street. 6-27-Gt* Mary a.m.
The Widow and the Potatoes "
Mrs. Hubble. Town. Leaves Longvtood ..... .. .8:19 a.m.
Dialogues, Remove the Snake, Miss FOR RENT-Three furnished rooms, Leaves Altamonte Springs 8:27 a.m. WILL RING .
Branson, Miss Gould Mr. Carroll and with bath for summer. Apply 13 Leaves Maitland ..... ...8:35 a.m.
Mr. Green. Washington street. 6-27-lt* --- Leaves Winter Park ......810 a.m.
Recitation. I'll Take What Father
for many couples during the next sixty days and those who send ,
Takes, Arlon Carroll. LOST-Eastman "Brownie" Kodak Arrives Orlando ... .......8:53 a.m.
Recitation, A Story, Miss Ruth either in Concord Park or on North, Arrives Drennens .......... out fashionable invitations will order them from the J. P. Stevens

Green. Orange avenue. Finder please notify ROOf GARDEN Arrives Pine Castle ....... Engraving Co., 47 Whitehall St., Atlanta, Ga. Samples and pricesare
Song, The Sinner and the Song, A. Mrs.
A. A. Morey, 402 West Colonial
Cook and chorus. Drive. 6-27-ltc Arrives Taft .9:11 a.nv furnished upon application. Be sure and get the proper

Recitation, The Price of a Drink, Arrives Connelly ... ....__9:22 a.m. thing by ordering from them.

Mable Branson. LOST-A basket, between Orlando Arrives Kissimmee .....__9:36 sum.i
Recitation, Movement Cure for
Rheumatism Helen Gould. and Altamonte, containing address TOMORROW"THE RETURNING LEAVES

Song, Glory Song, Miss Cecil Bran- i, Return shawl, and various small arti- Kissimmee ... ..........6:00 p.m.

son.Recitation able reward. to Sentinel office. Suit-* Orlando . ..__ ______6:35 p.m.
Bad Habits, Pearl Bran- 6-27-lt
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son.Song, Mr. Mitchell. A RARE BARGAIN FOR MERCER Standard Railroad of the South
f Musical The Shepherd of Gallilee, CAR, if you act quickly. A fully
Miss Hobson and Mr. Ford. (Will equipped Mercer 1914 model self-
by request, play a second piece). starter electric lights, shock absorbers HEART OF THECRERISE" -
Collection and pledge cards. five passenger in excellent con-
Recitation, Good-bye, :Miss Veta dition. Address "Mercer," care of
Green. Sentinel. 6-27-lt* From the Famous fRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NIM
Song, Farewell, Chorus.
--0-- FOR SALE-Dark brown horse, 14 Spitfire .
GODDARDWATERS.At hands high, 8 years old, weighs Established 1886
1,000 pounds, sound and gentle, works
the pastorium last evening, at anywhere. Price $150. Richard Carter Complete in 3 acts. Wm. Clif-

8 o'clock Miss Bertha B. Goddard of Lake Mary, Fla. 6-27-2t ford, Jos. DeGrasse.
Bartow, Fla., and Mr. Harry E. Wa-

ters, of this city, were united in the MOTORCYCLE FOR SALE-5 h. p. CURTIS & O'NEAL
holy bonds of matrimony. The impressive overhauled.single; fine running order; just
$50. Address J. W.
ceremony was spoken by Marchand, Orlando, Fla. Box 82.
Rev. E. T. Poulson, pastor of the Baptist 6-27-lt* WHEN .
; church, in the presence of a few INSURANCE LOANS
friends of the contracting parties. TilE USUAL GOOD DINNER :Moran: Victoria Forde, Ed-
Chicken, roast beef, etc., will be servedat
Mrs. Waters is an attractive and the Model today, for 25 cents. die Lyons.
amiable young lady, possessed of alii 6-27-ltc REAL ESTATE RENTALS

Nestor Comedy. Nuf Sed.
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Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.

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I ings.The
Washington, D. C.-A new policy treasury department intends to After Good
ParagraphORLANDO i in the expenditure of government cut out all unnecessary decorations on
money for public buildings was outlined public buildings and to construct them I AUTOMOBILE OWNERS: Feed?
today at a conference between with a view to economy and at the Having accepted a ready made auto
")IARCO IS" Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo same time usefulness.To I;top cover proposition I am prepared t We reckon he is.
Everywhere one goes in and around Assistant Secretary Newton, in date there is an accumulated appropriation -i'to offer auto owners top covers made
Orlando he is greeted by the tall aerials charge of public building matters, and for federal buildings and ready to put on at slaughter prices ARE YOU ?
wireless from $7-50-up, f.0 b. factor See '
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Here is an ancient chestnut. If the
scrub oaks are allowed to grow much DISCOUNT ON fURNITURE
larger on some of the vacant lots in i f
the city the owners can make a for-
tune by selling them to some pro- "
To reduce our stock as much as
gressive lumber dealer, for manufacture -
into match sticks, tooth picks, much as possible by the 15th, will
and patent carpet sweepers.
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PAVING-0-STATEMENT Dear Mr. Automobile Buyer I I,

Approximately one-half of Orlan-
do's ten miles of brick pavement has ; llammonct&Qore
been laid and the remainder will be i
finished as rapidly as possible. We have just come back from the Hupmobile Convention.On i I
a big steamship up near the Soo, they showed us the new cars for 1916. I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

ORANGE COUNTY PRISED CITIZEN SUR- Very shortly we shall hope to show you. I Cor. Orange Ave. and Church} St., Orlando, Fla.

But we can't wait for that time to come. I
Jonah Hancock, a native of Orange
county, was very much surprised at We must tell you in advance, something about the treat that's in store

the remarkable quality of lands in for you.
:Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
Turnbull hammock for orange ,
groves You know by this time, of course, that the new Hupmobile (five passenger
and wanted to take a tract for him-
self, but he can not stay here just touring car) sells for $1085. t EC
yet, and in the near future he expectsto Maybe that doesn't mean such a great deal to you now.
see himself located at Indian River But wait until you see the car! C

Park, setting out an orange grove. We mean that! i CAREY HAND
We welcome all grove lovers here.-
Titusville Advocate. Wait. Don't even think of buying a new car this summer until our dem- I j

onstrating Hupmobile is here. Ii I FUNERAL DIRECTOR

BIG BARBECUEAND For the better part of three days, we heard the men who make Hupmo- I
biles tell what is in this car and how it is built. : AND EMBALMER

And we honestly believe it is impossible to put into any car, no matter
what the price, better materials than they use in the new Hupmobile.
All calls answered Promptly Dayor
Quality rules all through-in the motor, the transmission, the rear axle,
KISSIMMEE Everybody invited ON -to JULY come 5 the springs, the bearings, the body, the upholstery, the finish and the Night. Hand Block.

I equipment.If .
PLENTY TO EAT Orlando Florida.
you rode in the 1915 Hupmobile, you will recall how very comfortable -

PONY AUTO, FOOT AND The new car is even more, comfortable; its upholstery is thicker and softer
BICYCLE RACES and its real hair and leather. -
CONTEST Its performance is better, too, due to an increase in power; though all tests 1 1i
TENNIS TOURNAMENTGOLF show the new car to be up to the Hupmobile mark for economy. i 6 i

4 BANDS OF TOURNAMENT MUSIC 4 The Hupmobile has a great line this year-seven models.In The Orlando Meat Market

addition to the five-seater, there are a seven-passenger touring car and

EXCURSION RATES ON ALL Roadster; removable enclosed tops for the five-passenger and the T.SA.: YANCY, Manager
RAILROADS roadster.a fine sedan and a limousine that for beauty and room will

Kissimmee Board of Trade match the most expensive you ever saw. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice '

If these aren't the handsomest cars in America in addition to being Hup- Florida and Western Meats

mobiles in the best sense of that good name- then we don't know a
Specials for Satur- t Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
thing about motor cars.

day and MondayDolly I We met everybody connected with the Hupp Motor Car Company, from Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order

President Drake to Engineer Watts. PHONES Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
Varden Flour- I We swapped impressions of the new cars with three hundred Hupmobile \ Residence ,133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.

24 lb. sack __________$1.00 I dealers.
12 lb. sack ______50c
Snow Hobby Flour I t And we didn't encounter a man who didn't agree that these cars made j

12 lb. sack ----_______55c ever the shining" record of previous years look dim by comparison.: i I'I
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Scratch Eeed Meal and f
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Washing Powders, 5c. size town. .
7 packages for -----_____25c + Come in and let us tell you about the Big Hupmobile Convention and the
Kingan: Breakfast Bacon, lb., 20c 'I wonderful 1916 Hupmobile line. SHEET METAL CO.
8 Bars Lenox Soap for _____25c :
Welch's Grape Juice, per j Your very truly, I

bottle, quart 50c., pints __25c I Metal Slate Tile Tin
Tomato Catsup, 2oc. size bot 20c ': ,

Irish Potatoes, per peck ____23c and Rubber
Sweet Potatoes per peck __35c "j RUSH & HOLBROOK, Dealers
Pure Fancy Ground Peaches Coffee and ,Prunes pound18c 'I H Phone 226 I Cornices Skylights..Heating, Ventilating, Metal\ Ceilings

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SEN I = I WAR Chicago-Farmers of today are London.-The names,of about sev ANNOUNCES

I different from those of twenty years Canadians in .
1 enty-five appear
Berlin via London.-There are good I ago, E. Meredith, of Des Moines, Just received from New York
twenty-eight of military honors
prospects that the forthcoming note la., publisher of a farm journal, told pages NEWEST AND PRETTIEST
BOILED C',RROTS.I gazetted today for service in the field.
to the United States will go a long delegates attending the convention of I LADIES' NECKWEAR
I Three of this number Capt. Francis
IIESE homely yet wholesome veg-
way toward meeting the American .the Associated Advertising Clubs of
etables are correctly served with i Scrimger of the army medical service SHIRT WAISTS
LUNCHEON ME "U.FruIL government's wishes regarding Germany's the World today.
boiled beef; also carrots are excellent Color Sergeant Fred Hall, of the 8th ART EMBROIDERY
conduct of submarine warfare "Some of you advertisers act as if I
Baked Scallops. flavoring soups stews etc Canadian battalion and Lance Corporal -
German fried Potatoes. and may even be adopted tn the composition and making passenger traffic on the you didn't think the farmers wear
i Fred Fisher, of the 13th Canadian
Bread and Butter. of vegetable salads. Cut infancy high seas safe. coats or shoes," said Mr. Meredith GLENDALE APARTMENTS
Lemon Custard.:: battalion, awarded the Victoria i
Cocoa. shaper carrot is:: used to garnishmeats. While it is stated that submarine I "Why, do you know that 50 per cent. j I 501 West Street
cross for extraordinary heroismin
action against hostile merchantmenwill of all farmers wear garters It has I Orlando Florid
1 oung carrots should be washed and the recent fighting north of Ypres.
not and can notbe abandoned entirely been proved by investigation. Youhaven't
: are slightly larger than brushed, but not scraped before cooking -
it is that realized that the farmer
SCALLOPS probable paysfrom ;
and somewhat resemble After boiling they should be rubbed
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"He's been unconscious all the cross! That's where the bridge

1 time Quest reminded her. That other cross Is the camp." 1-.1

"Might have expected to find us She pointed away southwards

f ? J when "That's the line" she
there he came to, anyway,
A Laura Insisted. "Laura, where's the professor""I

don't know," Laura replied "He
| Lenora smiled faintly as she caughta ..
glance from Quest"Laura's t < rode off some time ago; and be was going

: to meet Mr. Quest""If
heart somewhere
| got a
I only he were here!" Lenora cut
she muttered, "only it takes an awfullot
tered. "I feel sure Craig means to
of getting at! .
| They found French, already conva- v x escape. There he goes."

They saw him ride off into the dark
lescent, comfortably installed In the
CAMP Lenora where hr hurse
ness. ran to
private ward of a small hospital In the

picturesque New Mexico town. Laura j I was tethered.

|I "I'm going after hhr! |she announced
almost at once established herself by

PHillIPS OPPENHEIM his side. "Listen, Laura.V7... they arrive .
send them afte? "
soon, .ne
COp gc7tfT 9 5 OTIS \UOOD | "Can you remember anything about

Novelized from the Photo Play of the Same Name Produced by the Universal i the wreck, French T Quest inquired.The I She galloped off while Laura was

Film Manufacturing Company. Inspector passed his hand > ,rr still undecided. Almost at that moment

she heard from behind the *el-
, wearily over his forehead."It .
SYNOPSIS. ,sllps us again. I'm going to stay here !i, seems more like a dream-or come sound of horses' feet in the opposite

I with the bunch." I rather a nIghtmare-than anything direction and Quest galloped up

Sanford Quest master criminologist of The Inspector sighed. His face had Laura laid her hand upon his rem
the world finds that in bringing to justice he admitted "I was sitting opposite
MacdoUgal the murderer of Lord Ash- I grown long and the buoyancy had Craig when the crash came I was "Don't get off," Laura continued ,
leigh's daughter, he has but Just begun a from his manner. '
; passed i quickly. "Craig has escaped, riding i
life-and-death struggle with a mysterious unconscious for a time. When I came
master criminal In a hidden hut in Professor i They found the others waiting for to, I was simply pinned down by the towards the Mexican frontier. Lenora{

Ashleigh'a garden he has seen an them at the end of the great wooden Is following him. lies gone in that!
side of the I could
skeleton and a living creature, half I car. see a man
, turned to French. "
monkey, half man. destroyed by fire. In shed. Quest I working hard to release me tuggingand direction, she added pointing "When

his rooms have appeared black boxes containing '' "Look here, French," he said, "you straining with all his might Every you come to the river you'll have to
notes, signed by a pair of armless know I don't want to hurry you off, "
hands. Laura and Lenora. his assistants now and then I got a glimpse of his hunt for the bridge. j f

suspect Craig, the professor's servant of but I don't know what we're going to face. It seemed queer, but I could Quest frowned as he gathered up.
a double murder. The black boxes continue I 1 do with this fellow about In San Fran- his reins.
to appear in uncanny fashion. Craig have sworn it was Craig. Then other 1
is trapped but escapes to England where I cisco. \Ve don't want to lodge two "We i I "I was afraid they'd try something
people passed by. I heard the shriekof Ain't Powerful' Civilized' at This Camp, but You Don't Get Our Cook
Quest Lenora and the professor follow and should have to put I
we "
charges, of the he muttered. "Tell the
him. Lord Ashleigh Is murdered by the a locomotive. I could see a doctor Till You Show a Warrant. ,

Hands. Craig is captured and escapes to I him In jail tonight Why don't you bending over some bodies. Then it I others where I've gone, Laura." F
Port Said where Quest and his party also take him on right away? There's a :
into the darkness.
lie galloped off
go and beyond into the desert. They are limited by the southern route In all faded away and came back again. shelter from the burning sun. He There was no one In sight. Softly,
captured by Mongars, among whom Craig goes The second time I was nearly free. almost he I Behind, there were some growls from
to the
with held before him a newspaper, a certain crept up
seems to be in authority, escape an hour's time. of
little of
I the cowboys none
)- Craig as their captive and are rescued by French assented gloomily. The man who had been working so paragraph of which he was eagerly j wagon, fetched out from its wooden group ,
British troops. hard the last bit whom, however, attempted to interfere
was just smashing
case a small violin sat down with his
"That suits me, he agreed. "You'llbe devouring. In the distance the mail
of timber away, and again I saw his back to the wheel and began to play. with him. Long Jim stood up
glad to get rid of the fellow, too, boy was already disappearing in a
TWELFTH INSTALLMENT. face and that time I that it and gazed sullenly southwards.
added. I was sure cloud of dust.FAMOUS Suddenly the bow rested motionless.A .
was Craig. Anyway he finished the "Cookiell make the bridge all right*
They drove straight to the depot, look of fear came into his face. He

l CHAPTER found two vacant seats in the train, job. I suddenly felt I could move my CRIMINOLOGIST IN AtL- sprang up. The cowboys were all I he remarked. "If the girl catches him

limbs. The man stood up as though GUEZ. stealing from the other side of the I she can't do anything. And that guy'!!
and Quest, with a little sigh of relief,
'NEATH IRON WHEELS.Side exhausted, looked at me, called to the I wagon. They bad arrived and dis- never make it. Whoop! Here comes
handed over his charge.
by side they leaned over the de- doctor, and then he seemed to fade Sanford Quest and his assistants, ac-i mounted without his hearing them. the rest of them.
"Now for a little holiday, Quest
rail of the steamer and gazed shore- clared, passing Lenora's arm throughhis. away. It might have been because I companied by Prof. Lord Ashleigh, arrived -, He sprang to his feet and began to The Inspector, with the two depu

wards at the slowly unfolding scene "We'll just have a look around was unconscious myself, for I don't In Allguez a few days ago to | stammer apologies. Long Jim's hand ties, rode suddenly into the camp. The

before them. For some time they had the city and then get down to San remember anything else until I foun'd i look for John Craig, formerly servant was laid firmly upon his shoulders. inspector paused to speak to Laura.

all preserved an almost ecstatic si- Diego and take a look at the exposi- myself in bed." to the scientist. Craig has not been i, "Say, cookie, you don't need to* Long Jim's eyes sparkled as he saw

lence. I "It would indeed," the professor remarked seen since the accident to the limited, look so scared. You ain't done noth- them approach.
tion there. No responsibilities, no one
"Say, but it's good to see home to look after, nothing to do but enjoy "be an interesting circumstance a fortnight ago, and by many is sup-I ing wrong. Me and the boys, we like "It's old Harris and fat Andy," he

again!" Laura sighed at last. ourselves." -an interesting psychological posed to have perished In the wreck. your music. Sing us another tuneon whispered. "Well have some fun with

"I'm with you," Quest agreed em- circumstance If I might put it that He was In the charge of Inspector that fiddle!" them."

f phatically. "It's the wrong side of Quest and Lenora turned away from way-if Craig, the arch-criminal, the French, and was on his way to New The cook looked at him for a moment The older of the two deputies approached

the continent, perhaps, but I'm achingto the window of the hotel, out of which man who has seemed to us so utterly York to stand his trial for homicide. incredulously. Then he real them, frowning.

set my foot on American soil again. they had been gazing for the last I devoid of all human feeling, should French was taken to the hospital, suf- ized that the cowboy was in earnest. "Been at your games again Long

"This the wrong side of the con- quarter of an hour. really have toiled in this manner to fering from concussion of the brain, He picked up the bow and commencedto Jim?" he began. "I hear you declinedto

tinent! I should say not!" Laura ex "It's too beautiful," Lenora sighed. I set free his captor" but Is now convalescent.The play again. They sat around him hand over a criminal who'd been

> claimed pointing to where In the distance Quest stood for a moment shakinghis "Interesting or not" Quest ob- man read the paragraph twice. wondering, absolutely absorbed. No sheltering on your ranch? You'll get

the buildings of the exposition head. The professor with a pile served, "I'd like to know whether It Then he set down the paper and one even made a move towards the Into trouble before you've finished."

f gleamed almost snow white In the dazzling of stretched out before was Craig or not. I understand there looked steadily across the rolling food. It was Craig who led them "Got the warrant!" Jim asked.

I sunshine. "Why. I have never newspapers were about a dozen unrecognizable there at last himself still playing.
him, was completely engrossed in prairie land. There was a queer, bit The deputy produced it Long Jim

' seen anything so beautiful In my lIfe:' their perusal. Laura, who had been bodies found"The ter little smile upon his lips. Long Jim threw his arm almost caress- looked at it curiously and handed It

there's of here," nurse, who had left the room !" ingly around his shoulder.
Y "I guess one us sitting In an armchair at the farther "So It begins again he muttered. back.
/ "who Is too for a few minutes, returned with a "Say, cookie," he began, "there ain't
Quest observed none apparently was a cloud of dust in the "Guess the only thing want
end of the apartment, was you
pleased to see America again. I small package in her hand, which she distance. The man rose to his feet, never no questions asked concerningthe then is the man."
deep In thought"Say ,
little. handed to French. He looked at it in shaded his with his hand and past history of the men who find J j *
Lenora shivered a They were you two are no sort of peoplefor eyes "Better produce him quick!*, the
a puzzled mannei. the back of their way out here, just so long as
all grave. '* declared. "As shambled round to the deputy advised. 1
a holiday, Quest
Quest moved slowly down the deck for you Laura I can't think what'scome "Say, what can that be? he mut- wagon, where a long table was set out they don't play the game yellow. Maybe Jim turned away."Can't .

tered, turning it over. "Addressed tome with knives and forks hunches of you've fitted up a nice little hell
towards Craig's side, and touched him over you. You never opened do it. He's beat it" 1 j
all right, but there isn't a soul for yourself somewhere, but we ain't
bread and He walked little
I tincups. a
on the arm. time and sit "You let bib ?"
your mouth at dinner you knows mean that you've go
Tm here folks. Will
except you none of us hankering to know the
farther to the fire, and slowly
"Give me your left wrist, Craig he there now looking like nothing on it Miss Laura?" away "Let him goT Jim repeated, "I
you open address. You're white and you're one
said stirred a pot of stew. The little partyof
quietly. earth. She took it from him and untied the ain't got no right to keep hiTHe
There of us and any; time any guy wants to
cowboys came thundering
The man slunk away. There was a "I am beginning to suspect her, Le- strings. A little up. took the job on a moment's notice and
breathless escaped -
? cry chorus of shouts and exclama- charge you rent for the little bell
was a
sudden look of horror In his whiteface nora chimed In. "Too bad he had to from her she tore he left at a moment's notice. There's
lips as
open tions where you got the furniture of your
whistlings and good-natured
He started back, but Quest was hurry away, dear! the paper. A small black box was dis- chaff they threw themselves from conscience stored why, ycu just let some of your party after him, all
too quick for him. In a moment there I Laura's indignation was not altogether closed. She opened the lid with trembling right"
settle with him that's all. j
I us ,
their horses. Jim stood slowly
, was the click of a handcuff, the mate convincing.. Quest and Lenora fingers and drew out of Long .
I scrap cracking his whip and looking down The interruption which came was
f of which was concealed under the' exchanged amused glances. The for- !, paper. They all leaned over and read the table. from outside The hunted man turned rounil witha

. criminologist's cuff. mer picked up the newspaper from, the together little gasp. Before him was the
I "Say, boys I think he's fixed thingsup "More of these d-d tourists, Long
They stepped along the deck tot floor and calmly turned out the pro- I You have all lost again. Why not all right he remarked. "Come on Jim muttered. "Women, too!" rude mountain bridge, and
wards the rest of the Lenora fessor's lamp, I other side-freedom. dozen
party. !'! give up? You can never win. with the grub, cookie"Silently Craig turned his head slowly. Quest -

t handed her glasses to Quest. "Look here," he explained, "this Is "THE HANDS." I was in the act of dismounting from lengths away was Lenor, and
the filled each dish
"Do look Mr. Quest she begged. the first night of our holiday. I'm going I' Lenora was perhaps the calmest I with the stew and man laid it in its place. his horse. By his side was the professor close behind her came Quest, He

li "There Is Inspector French standing to run the party and I'm going to She simply nodded with the melancholy Then he retired to the background and ; just behind, Lenora and Laura. slackened speed as he walk d hisanked

: In the front row on the dock, with two make the rules. No more newspapers I air of satisfaction of one who the cowboys commenced their meal. Long Jim greeted them with rough horse cautiously on to the I

. enormous bunches of flowerscarnations tonight or for a fortnight You un- finds her preconceived ideas con- cordiality. bridge. Suddenly he gave a lit; e cry.
Long Jim winked at the others as he
for me, I expect and poinsettias understand? No reading, nothing but I firmed.'I biscuit "Say, what are you folks lookingtor The frail structure, unexpecte ly ta

for Laura. They're the larger bunch." frivolity. And no lovesickness. Miss I knew It!" she exclaimed softly. picked up a ?"' he demanded. secure, seemed to sway bones h his
"Cookie he called
you're no ,
\ Quest took the glasses and nodded. Laura. I "1 knew it at the depot. Craig's time Quest pointed to Craig. weight. Lenora. who was ridit: ; fast,
out. "The stew's rotten. Here take
Slowly the great steamer drifted "Lovesickness, Indeed!" she repeated I has not come yet lie may be some this!" "We want that man," ne announced. was unable to stop herself. Sh, came

and the docks hats scornfully where near us, even now" on to the bridge at a half Canter.
nearer nearer to He flicked the biscuit which caught "This Is Inspector French from New
! were waved from the little line of She glanced uneasily around the Craig, who Had reached the other
the cook on the side of the head. Fora York. I am Sanford Quest'There
, spectators, ropes were drawn taut CHAPTER XXVI. ward. Quest who had been examin- side in safety, threw up his h nds.
moment the man started With his was a tense silence. Craig
The inspector was standing at the hand upon his temple he flashed a covered his face with his hands, then "Look out! he cried. "My God!

bottom of the gangway as they all Quest took the dispatch which the look of hatred towards his assailant suddenly looked up. The bridge suddenly collapsed as

passed down. He shook hands with I hotel clerk handed to him, one afternoon Long Jim laughed carelessly. : "I won't come,*' he cried fiercely."You've though it had been made of :paper.

everyone vigorously Then he pre- a fortnight ater, and read it "Say, cookie," the latter went on, hounded me all around the Lenora, grasping her horse was
and I through without change of expression thrown Into the stream. Quest galloping
sented Lenora with her carnations
"where did you get them eyes? Guess world. I am innocent I won't come
Laura with the poinsettias. Lenora Lenora, however who was by up was only able to check himI -
well have to tame you a bit" Quest shrugged his shoulders. He
enthusiastic. Even Laura his side, knew at once that it con- I i 1
was mur- took a step forward. but Lone Jim.
The meal was soon over, and Jim
tained startling
mured few words of thanks. something I
a as though by accident sauntered in
strolled across tohere the others I
"What Is it? she asked. I
"Some flowers those
poInsettias, were saddling up. He passed his left the 'way."Got .
the Inspector agreed. He passed his arm through hers and L arm through the reins of his horse '! a warrant?" he asked tersely.
Quest him by the led her down the hall to where the I "We don't need Quest replied.
gripped arm. and turned once more to look at: j it'
and Laura were just wait I '
"French," he said, "I tell you I shall Craig. I. "He's our man, right enough.
for the lift He beckoned them
make your hair curl when you hear all Ing 'Say, you mind you do Better tonight j I "Right this minute he's our cook
to follow him to a corner 01 the
that we've been through. Do you feel i ;! young fellow. Eh!" drawled Long Jim, "and we ain't exactly -
lounge."There's. I
like having me start in right away, )A i 1 lie stopped short with a cry of pain. particular about going hungry
one thing I quite forgot a
on our way to the cars?" I a i 1 The horse had suddenly started I Just to please a bunch of strangers.
fortnight ago, he said, slowly, "when
French withdrew his arm wrenching at the reins. Jim's arm Cut it short mister. If you ain't gota
I suggested that v.e should none of us
"Nothing doing," he replied. "I i hung helplessly down from the shoul- warrant, you ain't got this man.
look at a newrpaper until the we
want to talk to Miss Laura. You can der "All right," Quest agreed. "The in- I
were in California Have you kept to
stow that criminal stuff. It'll wait all i "Gee boys he's broken It!" he spector here and I will soon see to ...
our bargain, professor?
right You've got the fellowthat'swhat : groaned "Say, this is hell!" that. We'll ride back to the township -
matters! I I Ft The cook suddenly pushed his way : With your permission, the ladies
"And you, girls?
Quest exchanged an amused glance through the little crowd. He tookI and our elderly friend will remain for
"I've never even seen one, Lenora ; I
with Lenora. The inspector and Laura I declared. k 'iS I Jim's shoulder firmly in one hand and I a rest"

9 7 his arm in the other. The cowboy "You're welcome to anything we've
fell a little behind. The former took I' "Nor I," Laura echoed. fI
howled with pain. got except our cook," Jim replied,
off his hat for a moment and fanned I "I made a mistake: Quest con '
himself. I "Let go my arm!" he shouted. "Killi turning away. .
fessed. "Something has happened
"Say, Miss Laura he began, "I'ma which we ought to have known about I 1 him, boys11' God, 111 make holes I{i Darkness came early and the little |I "

plain man. and a poor hand at : You had Better read this message-- In you for this!" ,I I company grew closer and closer to the !

speeches. I've been saying a few nice or, wait I'll read It aloud: | He snatched at his gun with his ]!| camp fire, where Craig had once more

things over to myself on the dock here other hand and the cowboys scattered taken up his violin. The professor I
To Sanford Quest Garfield Hotel
for the last hour, but everything's ;, a little. The cook stepped back. the !I had wandered off somewhere into the
San In wreck of lim-
Diego. Injured I
gona right out of my head. Look Ited. Recovered consciousness today. gun flashed out only to be suddenly I darkness and the girls were seated a

here, it sums up like this: How do I lowered. Jim looked incredulously towards little apart. They had been treated
wreck outthink
Craig reported burned in
you feel about quitting this bunch had better Craig Assisted in Dragging People his left arm, which hung no hospitably but coldly.

right away and coming with me to you FRENCH come on. From the Burning Car. longer helplessly by his side. He 'Don't seem to cotton to us, these '

New swung it backwards and forwards, anda I
York. !
I Sa-naritan ing the postmarks on the package, boys, Laura remarked.
Hospital, Allguez.
After the Wreck Another .
broad grin slowly lit his lean, Warning.self
"VVhat do I want to go to New "Say, when can we start?" Laura threw the paper down. up "They don't like us," Lenora replied, !
brown face He thrust the In his
I gun
York for? Laura demander exclaimed excitedly. "The postmark's all blurred out" holster and held out his hand. "because they think we are after I just in time. lie flung himself I

"Oh, come on Miss Laura, you know : Lenora clutched at Quest's arm. ;1 he remarked. "There's no doubt aboutit Craig. I wonder what Long Jim has from his horse and plunged into the I
"Cookie, you're all right! he ex
what I mean," French replied. "Well 1 "I knew it," she declared simply. "I that fellow Craig has the devil'sown claimed. "You've done the trick this been whispering to him and what stream. It was several moments before

slip off and get married here and then felt perfectly certain, when they left luck but we'll get him we'll get that paper is he has been showing he was able to reach Lenora.
time. Say you're a miracle!
take this man Craig to New York. 1 San Francisco, that something would him yet. I'll just take a stroll up to Ii The cook smiled. Craig. Do you know how far we are From the opposite bank Craig watched

Once get him safely in the Tombs andwe'll happen. We haven't see the end of police headquarters and make a tew from, the Mexican border?" them, glancing once or twice Kt the
"Your lust out of
arm was joint'he
go "off on a honeymoon anywhereyou Craig yet. inquiries" You might come with me. I remarked. "It WES rather a hard Not more than five or six miles, bridge. One of the wooden pillars I

say. 1 Quest, who had been studying a Lenora and Laura can get busy with pull, but it's all right now I believe," Laura replied. had been sawn completely through.

Laura was on the point of laughingat time-table, glanced once more at the her amateur nursing." Jim looked around at the others. Lenora rose softly to her feet and "Are you hurt, dear?" Quest gasped)

him. Then the unwonted seriousness ; dispatch. "I shall make inquiries," the professor I "And to think that I might have strolled to the back of the range as he drew Lenora to the bank.

of his expression appealed cud "Look here," he said, "Allguez isn't announced briskly, "concerning killed him!" he exclaimed "Cookie, wagon. In a few moments she reap She shook her head.

denly to her sympathy. She patted so far out of the way if we take the the local museum. There should be ypu; re a white boy You'll do We're peared, carrying a piece of paper In "Just my side. Did Craig get

hm kindly on the shoulder.; southern route to New York. Let's interesting relics hereabouts of the going to like here her hand. She stooped down."Craig's away?"

"You're a good sort. Inspector but get a move on tonight prehistoric Indians." I I Craig watched you them ride off. The saddling up," she whispered Quest looked gloomily across; the

you've picked the wrong girl. I've run Laura led the way to the lift. She bitterness had passed from his face. "Look what he dropped. stream.

along on my own hook ever since 1 in of CHAPTER XXVII. "Craig's in Mexico "
state enough
was : right
a rare discomposure."To Evening came and with it a repetition She held out the paper, on which ,
was born, I guess, and I can't switch think that all the time we've I of his labors. When everythingwas was traced a roughly drawn map. he answered savagely, "but Tn be-

my Ideas over to this married stuff. been giddying round,' she muttered, ;, A man sat on the steps of the range ready to serve, he stepped from "That line's the river that marks ginning to feel that I could fetch him

You better get a move on and get "that poor man has been lying in hospital ,: cook wagon, crouching as far back aa behind the wagon and looked across the :Mexican border," she explained. back out of hell!"

Craig back to New York before he i Makes one feel like a brute. possible to take advantage of its slight the rolling stretch of open country. "You see where Long Jim's put the (TO BE CONTINUED.)






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Cement Agatite Plaster and Lime MILK
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For One Month -___________$2-50 .OOFormer CREAM AND MILK
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will be one cent per word for SANDWICHES
each additicnal word, for each in- We will sell the can filled PIES AND CAKESARCADEMILKOEPOT
sertion.If .
can't bring ad to with Oil for $1.60.Special .
you your
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FOIL SALE Dr. S. S. Jones

FOR S.LETwo Fords, late model
Carut & Gore CHIROPRACTOKgraduate
41 runabout and touring car, cheap. ers < Davenport ,
Address Box 584, Orlando. 6-2G-Gt Allege 17 and
18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
FOR SALE-Horse and wagon, almost 209. Intelligent people everywhere
--- ----- --
are being restored to health by chiro-
208 East Robinson
new. ave-
practic adjustments, the new scienceof
nue. G-23-6t removing the cause of disease. Ex-
Colonial l ] Hill amination free. 12-24-lmo
FOR SALE OR RENT-Furnished or
unfurnished, 7 room house; large
If you do now is the time to buy a new RANGE or WATER garage; outbuildings; corner lot, 621.2
by 188; nice lawn; complete in fruit SURVEYINGPlating
HEATER-20 per cent"off until July first. and 6-19-1moc flowers. 205 Liberty street. You hear about Co
and Sub-Dividing
IF you do not now is the time to have it put in FREE. lonial Hills.
All you. have to do is to buy. a RANGE and we will run the Increase of age and decrease of You read about Colonial PROMPT AND ACCURATE
strength makes necessary the sale of WORK
pipe FREE until July first. horse, harness, surry, buggy wagon, Hills.
and farm tools; some fine city lots HAL A. IRISH
and farm lands. Could use good auto You talk about Colo
in trade. See me quickly at 201 W. Civil
I III Engineer
6-20-Gtc Concord avenue. Wm. L. Coryell. nial Hills.

Sooner or later youwill 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla. ,
6-15-tf Eight Cylinder Cadillac
It will give you satis
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO one quarter mile from city limits; faction and profit.
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- BARNARD & SON
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.

FOR RENT-New up to date eight USE
room modern house, furnished or
unfurnished; or will rent half. Frontson -
Lake Eola. Cheap. Fine location.
Call 24 Church street. 6-22-6t GECOINSECTICIDE The Famous Collar Moulder,

FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum a two hundred and fifty
s mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A.
Yancey. 8-28-tfc dollar machine, for taking

r. I WANTED saw-edges off your collar..

Sale WANTED-Three good finish carpen- in and around your houseto Orlando '
ters, for Monday morning. Apply kill
601 West Pine street. 6-26-ltc

WANTED-Strong white woman for Steam Laundry
house work for family of three MOTHS, MITES, ANTS ANDja :
WANTED-S.veet potato slips. Any GE-CO is a stainless liquid used witha
And for two weeks variety,but must not I e mixed. Will spray and guaranteed to do the I
continuing pay $?5c. per thousand at my packing work. Don't set up and fight mos- FRENCH[ DRY CLEANERS
house in Pine Castle. Fred M. Pres- quitoes all night. Spray your room
ton. G-19-d&w-tf with GE-CO and go to sleep. Have

I 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT I LOST-Four diamond rings and one your up direct by Groceryman the if he will not get supply it for Put Or Annual [Excursion

sapphire ring. If found return to
this office and get reward. 6-24-6t PA ORLANDO,
On all Millinery Ladies' Skirts I My residence phone is I Jo. 522-R. ., FLORIDA
Dr. Buckmaster. 6-6-tf Pi O. Box 28$ Phone 341 I 2ndTO

Kimonas, and House Dresses SWEET POTATO--- Use REX BRAND Sweeping Com- July
SLIPSOwing pound and keep down the dust.
to the fact that states out-
I Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at ,side of Florida are through planting
sweet potatoes I am offering to Flor-

GREATLY REDUCED PRICES ida per growers T all can varieties supply at Nancy$1.25 Orlando Wood Yard I $7.00 I $9.00

Hall Porto Rica, Big Stem Jersey
and Triumph for prompt shipment.J. Removed from Pine St. two blocks SAVANNAH I CHARLESTONROUND
R. DAVIS, Bartow, Fla.
Come and look at our line 6-22-Gt north on Railroad, west end Wash- TRIP FARES FROM

ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat

SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. "while Umbrellas you wait recovered," at Young's and repaired Repair all times. ORLANDOAtlantic
Shop. 21 1:. Pine St. 24lyrcTo

WINTER GARDEN, FLA. reduce our stock as much as pos-: VIA
sible by the 15th, will give a discount B. W. KINGSLEY
of 25 per cent. off our regular cash Coast LineStandard
J price on any goods in story Ham
mond & Gore. 6-5-tf PHONE 344

Railroad of the South
Magnolia House. Rooms and board. Tickets |||| 0MR Urn-
Cor. Boone and South. 6-22-6tc Cut Flowers JULY final
Pure Ice Cream NOTICE sold U it July 14

The partnership of Davis and Manning and Plants Good on all regular trains
painting any decorating, has I
been dissolved and notice is hereby Steel Sleepers, Observation Cars
given that W. L. Davis will not be
}', When you want PURE ICE I liable for any debts incurred by said I Floral Designs f
For Party For Information Call on
CREAM call for IIA. D'S. If W. L. DAVIS.
D. \WHITE, D. T. A.
I you don't believe that we take Clubthe Phone 333 for your fresh meats. r W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A
greatest care in its Quality and service our motto. Cox's
manu'Ye make our Ice Cream from Meat Market, Church street. 6-22-tf
facture come up and watch us Church SocialSchool Violet Dell Florist.
tubercular tested cows. All e
make it. You will be surprised HOOSIER SPRING WATER for sale ..
't, cans, moulds and everything I Social I at City Drug Store. 50c. for 5 gallons -
at the care every detulls given. delivered to your home. City
used in the manufacture of our Lodgeyou Drug; Store. Phone 632. 6-19-tf J. &1. CARUTHERSPhone
Any kind you want, any time
want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril- RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB 509. 408 South Lake St. DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
I from ized. PicnicOrder Located in the Arcade Building Office corner Orange Avenue and
a quart up.
4 i I! All work guaranteed and neatly Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg.
You are cordially invited to Phone 419.
1 done. Our work is the best
inspect our factory at any Hands Pure and our prices are the lowest. CLINT BASSPHONE

I time. Ice Cream This is the place to have your. 375
old clothes made new.
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit West Jefferson Street t!'
dry cleaned, pressed60c. Successor to

Suit pressed _____40c.
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and pressed -------_____50c DR. L. H. RAMSDELL
Mohair suits pressed -_____25c. Wood of All Kinds OPTOMETRIST

t PHONE 566 W Jefferson Street We a do trial ladies'and work be also.convinced.Giveus PROMPT SERVICE WE I ORLANDO FIT GLASSES- -GRIND FLORIDA LENSES

tii Clothes called for and delivered. REASONABLE PRICE* AND DO ALL KINDS OFREPADMNQ
Phone 613. OPTICAl


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:Mrs. J. B. Snead and children have
gone to Sorrento to visit relatives and
friends. ;,

1 I Q
*r I C/
F Mr. A. R. Wrenn has gone to New
York on a combined business and
pleasure trip.

r:; It will be well worth your time to MAKE IT A RULE TO GO TO THE .-
read every advertisement in the Sentinel -
today. You have the time. BANK EACH MONTH AND DEPCGST

"Let's meet at Butt's." SOME MONEY, IT WILL BE A

KiaB 1'3% GOLDEN %
Mr. J. M. Lee one of Kissimmee's RULE %
progressive citizens, transacted business -
:: in Orlando yesterday. He returned -
home last evening.Mr. .
and Mrs. C. M. Berry, who
"Do not put off for tomor- have bcn visitir:- friends and relatives -

row what you should do to- in Orlando, returr-I to their
day"-for tomorrow never home in Sanford yesterday morning.Mr. .

comes! :: C. W. Rose left yesterday
morning over the Atlantic Coast Line
Doing is the great thing. The man for Fairfield, Ind., where he will spend
be the remainder of the summer season.
who acts accomplishes. It may

too late if wait. Why not deposit -
Miss Allie Davis, who has been visiting
and start
a dollar today on Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Fergus,
acticve road to prosperitythousands left yesterday for her home in Pine
are traveling happily that way. Bluff, Ark. MORE CONFIDENCE AND SELF-RELIANCE. IT WILL HELP

Put aside a little a week and see how YOU IN EVERYWAY.
and Have the Sentinel follow you when ASK THOSE WHO BANK WITH US HOW WE TREAT
easily, faithfully steadily your
you leave the city on your vacation.It THEM.
account grows. will be just like getting a letter
from home. Phone 24.

If you want a cook a waiter a
ORLANDO FLORIDA driver[ a chauffeur, buy or sell a car, WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS
advertise in the Sentinel and you willet
the best.
; The Peoples National Bank"IT

Miss Martha Stevens left on the
two o'clock train for a visit to her IS A PLEASURE ITO SERVE3YOU."
uncle and aunt Cot and Mrs. A. H.
Bell, of Green Cove Springs.
I I -
Mrs. J. B. Moody returned yester-
day afternoon from Tampa where she
has been visiting relatives and
It's An Economy To friends. 1111111111"11'1111,1"111111111"1111111111111'11'' " " " "

Miss Hilda Causey, of Plant City,
Buy is in Orlando on a visit to her sister, I
Mrs street.\ J. W. Douglass on Osceola ; USED CAR BARGAINS

Mr. and Mrs S. Belch, who have =!:
been visiting their daughter at Mel-
. "ELDER"Spring bourne, on the East Coast, have returned I
to Orlando.Mr. 1 Runabout, overhauled repainted,


daughter. and, Miss\Mrs.Marie A. R., who Lawson have been and new top, shock absorbers, (ft 0 K f| I

WaterIs spending some time in Orlando, left fully equipped at ljUUU z
yesterday for their home in Louisville i

!II' Ky.

Mr. W. M.\ Davis went over to Day- Runabout Speedster repainted I
a standard for tona Beach yesterday to spend Sun- ,

day with Mrs\ Davis and son, Master
purity, aids diges- Billie, who are spending some timeat electric lights, new tires through !
tion and eliminates Fast and in I
"Let's out. perfect -
meet at Butt's. $ 3 5 A
acidity. :: :: condition for
County Commissioner C. J. Sweet, -
one of the progressive and substantial -
This being accomplished a world of sick"
citizens of Pine Castle transacted
ness is saved. Nature provided Spring Water business at the county capital yester-

and Spring Water alone for mankind and day.

nothing can take its place.BEGIN Postmaster S.V.. Eldredge, of San Juan Garage Company i

NOW Apopka, was among the representative -
citizens of West Orange trans-
acting business at the county metropolis 1IIII ll " "! . .. .!. . .

yesterday. ,

Elder Spring Water Co. Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Brasor, of At-
lanta, Ga., who have been spending
ORLANDO, FLORIDA some time in Orlando left yesterday i THE CORPORATE EXECUTORMost \
afternoon for Bradentown, on the
Phone WRIGHT 444 :Manatee river.
of wealth select a corpor- .
persons ---"" "
After I ate executor because they know it insures ; 'P f
a-delightful visit to Mr. and
:Mrs.V.. M. Slemons, :Mrs. E. F. Tay- I faithful and capable performance of the <. :' .. ): :
trusts they create. ,
lor left yesterday afternoon for her 0
-- home in Tampa. Mrs. of mod- 0- : .
Taylor has Whether the estate be large or .
..... ......111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Valuable many warm friends in Orlando who erate size*, it is to the interest of both ,/ ... :;. .. .J( '' ,
regretted to see her leave. yourself and heirs to name this Companyas ":
executor and Trustee. "_i .. ;-" ...1-._ '" ...0.._-
Mr. and :Mrs. P. Schwartz and son, } rOrlaildo 4i
The Records of our Trusts are convinc- ),.o' -
Master\ Latham, left yesterday after- _'
ing evidence of the community's confi- .: -.
noon over the Atlantic Coast Line for ,
West New York, N. J., where they dence in our capabilities. I-

Diamond LostHow will spend the balance of the summer. WHY THE TRUST COMPANY ? ,. cI
They have a pretty place just west of ;
the city and expect to return the first Because of the necessity for efficient -i ,
of October. banking organizations to care for the fidu- } '
ciary business, the Trust Company has developed x I
often this appears in the newspapers, the result The irrepressible Patrick Murphy in half a century, the highest typeof
of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelryby blew into Orlando yesterday and will banking institution.
spend a day or two in this section in I
having it examined at store at least
our once every
the interest of the sixth annual issue I Primarily chartered to handle trusts, ,
month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kindsof Murphy's Railroad Guide to Flor the Trust Companies of the United States ,
manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairingin ida. "Pat" has almost quit politics have developed such efficiency that not one }
our shop thereby saving you time and a middleman's : now and is applying his talents to cent of trust funds committed to their i
profit. A trial will convinec you. : more remunerative channels. I care have been lost through failures. 1

i Have you investigated the service of .
J: CLAYING W. CHURCH STREET this institution, I
I 1 1I
; A portion of the outer end of West ,

I T. H. EVANSJEWELER Church application street of DoctorsYuckiuustcr has clay.been treated to an I. ] n Bank & Trust t C COMPaBY .


OSTEOPATHS Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13100000. Total Resources over Three
at Personal Kirksville instruction Mo. under Dr. Still Quarters of a 3Iillion. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00.Q .

132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
MMIMMMMIMMM9 " National Bank. Phone 578. --

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