Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00468
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: January 27, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00468
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Bethune La-

Bassee Germans Leave I Writes SurgeonThe
TO BE TAKEN-STARTS Mayoralty Race Is Hot One in ;
f Wounded and Dying I TODAY Jacksonville-Grunthal Is FRENCH !LOSUflOO SOLDIERSBombs I
8 second of four letters to the
Quiet in Alsace
Snowed UnderAckerlyC Sentinel from Dr. W. II. Gardner, of This Discounts Dispatch Tellingof j
I Dropped Libau and
Paris, Jan. 26.-The following offi- CENSUS TO COST THE CITY $$35 and Anderson Win Bloomington, I1L, who is in the war British Loss-Blucher
Captured-Traffic zone, follows:
cial statement was issued tonight:
Paris, Dec. 29.-The conditions in Was the German I
Bulletin Jacksonville Between Ger-
: Midnight. \Stopped
"The British troops last night repulsed -
And This Includes a DirectorOther -
) Belgium are awful. One can not thinkof
a new attack upon Givenchyand Swearingen leading with 1,350 and Sweden Flagship j
Matters Before many the bm.iil remnant of the Belgian __
LaBassee and succeeded by a votes; Bowden, second, 1,075; Grun- Briti.sh 1
headed by their king,
army young London Jan. 2C. The bat-
counter attack in their the Council ,
re-occupying. City
Berlin wireless Jan.
by to Sayville
thal, poor fourth, with 168, and Johnson making their last stand to hold the
positions of the day before. The bat- 26.-An official announcement today tleship, the Lion, was struck below
Yesterday third, with 700. little snip cf their country-all thatis
tle was hard fought. says that Constantinople reports the the water line and the forward compartment J
G. D. Ackerly beat Geo. M. Price left to then--without having their flooded that she had
"Along the road from Bethune to leader of the Moroccan rebels Abdul was so 1
Beginning todav a census of Or- ,
aroused. But
LaBassee alone the Germans left for city recorder and \\". W. Anderson Malik, has taken Fez. The French syirpathies I'eep'y to bestowed to port by the battle crui- 1
lando will be taken by E. E. Mayfield, wun you see tb.. devastation of their
more than three hundred dead. ahead of. C. D. Abbott for judge lost 3,000 killed, wounded and pris- ser Indomitable, one British destroyer -
"Last night as a result of the vio- of Asheville, N. C., representing a municipal court.Jacksonville oners, and nine guns, several being country and the famine:: and desola- was struck and towed.to port, one
lent attack already reported, the Ger- directory company of that city. The machine guns. tion of her people there are no words .officer and thirteen men were killed,

mans were able to penetrate into our City Council yesterday ordered him Fla., Jan. 26.Special ( capable of expressing the tragedy of 'and three officers and twenty-six men

trenches between Heurtebise and Fou- to go ahead with the work. He will to Sentinel.)-At 10 o'clock to- Bombs Dropped on Libau it all. The conditions can not be ex- were wounded in the Heligoland naval

lon to the woods west of Craonne. issue a directory and take the census night Van C. Swearingen was lead- Petrograd, Jan. 26.-The naval aggerated. battle in the North sea Sunday, ac-
However I loath believe the
. After throwing them into complete of Orlando for $35. ing by 100 votes J. E. T. Bowden in I general staff today received a reporton am to cording to additional reports given
stories of atrocities attributed the
confusion by the use of aerial torpe- Resolutions for paving assessmentson the sensational mayoralty race. Rudolph Monday that "a Zeppelin airship out by the official press bureau to-
German soldiers the Belgian
does we are now counter attacking. I Concord avenue between North Grunthal and C. W. Johnson, it' dropped a number of bombs on Li- upon night.
According to latest advices part of' Orange avenue and Magnolia avenue would seem upon the face of the returns bau. The guns of the fort fired at people. The Lion is reported to have been
the lost ground in the Foulon woods amounting to $1,377.99 were ordered are running behind. Swearingen the German airship and the Zeppelinfell The people of Belgium are one com- Admiral Beatty's flagship. This is

has been retaken. passed and bills rendered by the City and Bowden will be in the second. into the water. The dirigible destroyer mon democracy of famine and desola- unconfirmed, however. All the Brit-

"In the Argonne region our troops Council at the regular biweekly meet- primary to be held February 23. and the crew were made pris- tion. There are 7,000,000 people in ish ships and the destroyers engagedin

have made two attacks in the direc- ing yesterday afternoon.A There are 96 candidates in the race oners. The attack by the Zeppelinwas Belgium today and 5,000,000 of them the Sunday action "returned to.

tion of St. Hubert and Fontaine Mad- resolution signed by twentyoneowners and 53 offices to be filled. In many made in the early morning. Nine line up every morning before the port," says the admiralty, and this

ame. They succeeded in regaining a I' was presented yesterday to cases the nominees will be made by bombs were dropped on an undefended canteen-furnished by Americansfor contradicts the Berlin report that one

foothold in the trenches recently lost the Council Objection was made to the first primary and in others a second -, portion of the town. The destruc- bread. Nothing could be more 'English ship was sunk.

and in destroying several German the stable belonging to Geo. E. Maceyat race will have to be run. The I tion of the dirigible was accomplishedby pitiful than to see the mothers with I According to an eye-witness story
tunnels. A German attack Garland and South and the ; young babies in their arms lined up board the battle
counter streets, polls closed at 5:30 o'clock this even- small war craft which attacked told by a seaman on
has been repulsed. petitioners desire its removal The ing. A rather heavy vote was cast. and winged and crippled the airshipas for bread for themselves and milk cruiser tiger, the Blucher wast the

"The night of the twenty-fifth and matter was referred to Commissioner Alexander Ray, for city treasurer, is it floated over the surface of the for their babies. It is estimated that German squadron's flagship, and she
twenty-sixth was quiet in Alsace and Robertson.A unopposed; and John L. Hall, for city sea. 31,000 with babies under one year old was sunk by the Lion.

along the Vosges. There is nothingof communication from the Orlando tax assessor, is also unopposed. The .. line up daily before these canteens. Description of two English participants -

importance from the rest of the Water and Light company, claiming election was orderly and little trou- No Traffic Between Germany and (The third letter from Dr. Gardner :
front to report." $64.80 was due them for moving a ble experienced. Sweden will be published tomorrow. It will The Lion

line of poles on East Washingtonstreet deal with conditions existing in Bel- Displacement, tons, 26,350.

BUY A LOT AND REMAIN HAPPY was referred to Commissioner MEXICAN IS ARRESTEDSan Copenhagen, Jan. 26.Steamshiptraffic gium prior to January 2nd.) Draught in feet, 28.

FOREVER Robertson. between Sweden Indicated horse power, 75,685.
Trelleborg, ,
Bids for the construction of side- Francisco, Jan. 26.--Jose Se- and Sassnitz, Germany, has come to NEW DRUG CLERKMr. Keel laid in 1910. .

Smith & Hayes, the real estate walks were opened but no award was leeby, a wealthy Mexican banker, an end. A German passenger steamer Edwin Johnson, of Montgomery Completed in 1912. \.
dealers and promoters, with a national made. An award was to have been from the state of Sonora, was arrested recently put out from Sassnitz, Ala, has been added to the cler- Cost, $10,143,750.Armament -

reputation, will place' before the made this morning at 10 o'clock. The here today, charged with smug- but on sighting several submarinesoff ical staff of Dean's City Drug Store. 8 13.5-inch guns; 16-

public at auction today the lots and bids were from R. M. Carroll, H. B. gling thirty-five thousand dollars Cape Arcona, she hastily returnedto 4-inch guns.Torpedo .

acreage tracts comprising the Bumby Coney, F. D. Gore and F. N. Sturde- worth of diamonds into this country.The port. The sailing of the Swedish I THE WEATHER tubes, 2.

place on East Central avenue. vant. diamonds are said ot have for- steamer was thereupon cancelled. The Florida: Unsettled Wednesday; Speed, knots, 28.

At 9:30 today automobiles will merly belonged to President Madero, passage between Trelleborg and Sass- II rain at night and Thursday. Complement, 980.

transport you to the scene of the sale, and were taken from his home after nitz js the principal route between The Tiger

leaving the San Juan hotel at the BUILDING OPERATIONS ARE his assassination. Seleeby declaresthe Sweden and Germany. JEROME IS REMOVED BY Displacement, tons, 28,000.
time noted. A big barbecue dinner jewels were given him to be disposed Draught in feet, 28.

awaits you, fine music, and many lots of by Senora Iturbide, the wife Germans Unable to Purchase Wool in Indicated horse power, 100,000.
to select from. A lot with a home on VERYJCIE of a general in the Carranza army. Australian Market WOODBURYFIGHT Keel laid in 1912, just recently completed -
it is at the basis of American life,

and you can not afford to miss this ORLANDO SEETHING WITH PLEASE HELP THIS FAMILYA Sydney, Australia, via London, Jan. It carried 8 13.5-inch guns and 12

rare and golden opportunity. Buy 26.-At the wool sales today the auc- TO HAVE THAW RETURNED 6-inch guns.
now and be happy the remainder of NUMEROUS BUILDING poor family is sleeping out and tioneer refused a German buyer's bd WILL NOW

your life. ACTIVITIES has no shelter and no bedding. If for a certain lot of the maetriaL A CEASE Is Germany Suffering?

any have old blankets, quilts, or bed- dispute followed, and when the lot London Jan. 26.-The German gov-
TO RETURN WITH HUPPSJ. Bungalows Being Built by F. W. ding of any kind to spare, please send was resubmitted for sale it was ernment's order for the confiscation .

P. Holbrook, of the Home of the McAuley-Peppercorn Is to the Model Cafe, to Mrs. Topliff, knocked down to a French fifirm at Considerable Mystery Surrounds of all supplies of wheat corn and flouris

Famous Ford, left yesterday for Jack- So Is who will see that the needy family the price the German had offered. Jerome's Rer.1ovaIThaw regarded in England as a signifi-
Busy, Hughes--
sonville and will return today with gets it. The family came through Other supposed German bids made Refuses to Make Any cant indication of the economic effects -

two new Hupmobiles. Mr. Holbrook Other OperationsThe Orlando Sunday with a sorry looking later were also refused, and the Ger- StatementNew of the war upon Germany. It

has sold J. Ray Arnold, of Grove- animal and broken down vehicle and man representatives finally left the is said officially in Berlin, however,

land, a new Hupp Mr. Arnold being well known contractor and are camped west of the city on the sales room, having been unable to York, Jan. 26.-Jerome was that the action of the government,
president and general superintendentof builder, F. W. McAuley, has just add- Winter Garden road. buy a single bale. assuring conservation of foodstuffs,
removed from the of
today position
ed the finishing touches to his second
the large milling company at that will make certain a plentiful supply
bungalow on Anderson street, whichhe special deputy attorney general oi .
until the next harvest.AJOINTJEANIZATION.

skilled has force recently of mechanics erected, and has with startedon a FORMER RESIDENT IS DEADBen LIQUOR FLOWING FREELYDrunks I the General state Woodbury of New York and at by once Attorney closed I

RAIL OFFICIALS VISIT CITY bungalow number three. These I his fight to have Thaw returned to
pretty places of abode are all in a K. Thrower Jr. Died Yes-
Are Increasing Rapidlyin
Matteawan. Just why was
the first two fronting Anderson
row, on -
terday Afternoon at Homein Past Few DaysPoliceCourt much
removed is to conjecture.
Gen. Mgr. Bagg of A. B. & A. street, and the one now in course open New York and New Jersey Con-
Tampa-Had Many the Thaw counsel 1
of construction overlooks South Lake Was Busy Jerome as well as
R. R. and Party in Orlando solidate and Gorsline Was
street. These bungalows will add Friends HereA YesterdayEvidently and Thaw himself tonight refused to

Yesterday for Short very materially to that rapidly grow- make any statement. Elected President

Time ing residential district. telegram received in Orlando another shipment of Attorney General Woodbury, in his Yesterday

Mr. McAuley spends his summersin yesterday afternoon by Mrs. B. K. liquor has reached Orlando, judgingby message to Jerome notifying him of

Assistant General :Manager B. L. Glens Falls, N. Y., and his wintersin Thrower, Jr., brought the sad news the number of drunks lately. The his removal, said he saw no reason The New York and New Jersey

Bagg, of the Birmingham & Alabama Orlando, and never has a spare moment of the sudden death in Tampa of Mr. why special counsel should be em- tourists spending the winter in Or-
New Year started out in
railroad, arrived in Orlando Monday I as he devotes all of his time to a healthy ployed in the case and informed Jerome lando met yesterday afternoon in the
Ben K. Thrower, Jr. The messagedid manner; then criminal court came that the case would be handled
night from the southern of the building and making improvements. Tourist Headquarters and formed a I
part not state the cause of his death:, by Assistant Attorney General Ken-
He is a public spirited man and it along, and nobody touched the booze;
state in his private car and spent yes- was Orlando's gain when he cast histot simply stating that hi had passed then came a period of slips and wet nedy and the district attorney of New joint organization. Hon. W. D. Gors-

terday taking in the sights of Orlando here. He has erected a large away at noon. The deceased lived in weather is again upon the city. Liz York; county. line, of New York, was elected presi- I

and its environments. Other offi- number of the prettiest residences' Orlando for four years with his par- zie Rockwell, Joe Plunket, Mr. Man- dent; Mr. Uriah Seeley, of New Jersey -

cials of the road accompanied Mr. and homes in this section.F. ents. His father, Rev. B. K. Thrower ning, Tom Byrd and Hugh Harley I II MESSENGER BOY AN ACTOR vice-upresident; Mrs. C. F. Fleet, Ii i

Bagg and the trip was one of sight- R. Peppercorn is another pop- ,Sr., is pastor of the Methodist I were all fined $5 in police court yes- of New York, secretary, and Miss
seieng and pleasure. The party left ,ular contractor and builder who is a church. Ben Thrower had many terday for getting drunk. H. L. Bow- Glenn McIntosh, messenger boy at Nettie Carpenter, associate secretary.A I
last night on No. 80, Atlantic Coast hustler. He has a force of carpentersand warm friends in Orlando, all of whom den was fined $10 for exceeding the the Western Union, turned actor yes- 1
Line, northward bound. other mechanics employed erect- join in sincere condolence to the be- speed limit. terday afternoon for a few hours and very pleasant, and enthusiastic

ing an eight room house on East reaved family. became so thrilled with the game feeling prevailed. Remarks by the f

GREAT THRONGS AT GRAND Jackson street. It will be constructedwith The Havana Stars have been that he forgot to return to the office. president, vice-president and CoL R. !

a view to comfort and when fare, noted for its excellent homes. Booked to play three games with the He went to the Fair Grounds, where W. Fullagar were listened to with interest. !
"Say," cried Manager Tallman of completed will add very materially to Mr. Hughes started work on Monday Birmingham club on or about March the Peerless company was making .
the Grand last night, "tell.the peopleto that section of the city.S. morning with a force of mechanics 19 and 20. The Birmingham team, motion pictures. The company asked The meeting adjourned subject to !
come to the matinee-then we'll be R. Hughes, of Scranton, Pa., has on a residence for Mrs. Frank which win arrive .in Orlando for the him if he wished to become a real the call of the president and secre- j

able to take care of them better. just finished for James J. Clarke, 611 Soper, on the corner of Livingstonand training season February 25, will play movie star. He said yes,.. and the tary. !

These features are drawing the North Orange avenue, a modern and Ridgewood avenues. It will be three games each week while they are transformation was so sudden start-
crowds and we are doing everythingin strictly up to date seven room dwell- in keeping with any in this city, in lere. Thiswill, be joyful news to the ling, and at the same time so pleas- February Munsey, Century and

our power to handle the immense ing, which ranks with any of the res- beauty of architecture and modern. fans who are enthusiastic about basebalL ing that it was with great difficultythat others. World Almanac. Daily pa-
attendance." idences on that popular thorough- conveniences. he was induced to return. pers. Curtis & O'Neal, Orange Ave.

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HOTELSTHE CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR NOTES |. .. . . . . . . . : . . . . . MMMMIMIi . . .. . ..
Mrs. A. La Verne Spafford wife '

of the splendid field secretary in t'' i Seeds Seeds Seeds j

WINDERMEREChoice for Improvement of St. Michigan, is a late winter sojournerin
beautiful Orlando.
Johns River Increased to
Next Sunday the Juniors in the
Location All Modern Conveniences $577,000 in Recent monthly missionary meeting have for NEW STORE r--,

Bill their topic "A Voyage to Pacific
Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable RatesOn
Islands." Isa. 42:4, as text. NEW SEEDSSweet

Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Fla. Washington, D. C.. Jan. 25.Florida Are you getting ready for ChriS- !

comes out swimmingly in the riv- tian Endeavor Day on February 7th

Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City ers and harbors appropriations. The to be continued, if practicable locally, Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, Etc. We

senate committee has completed its through the week, ending on Febru- guarantee our seeds to be fresh.
Sanitary Inspection Rated 100 revision of the bill, which passed the ary 14th with climax meetings? One

house some time ago. night there is to be a social, and the Don't be disappointed, come: to us for Drugs
All Florida items are kept in the plans outlined by Boston leaders, look "
and Garden Seed.City .
THE NEW GRAND bill and some of the Florida appro- sensible, cheerful and helpful, for the i

:priations are increased. whole seven days. Let us know if ii
". HENRY BARTLETT., Prop.- For instance, the amount for improvement you observe February 7-14 and how. iI Ii i I
I of the St. Johns river is We lately heard of a Florida pastor

increased to $577,000, which was the who put Christian Endeavor lettersin Drug* Store"A
: European Plan 15 West Pine St., '
amount estimated by the war depart- his waste basket without even I Ii
; Rooms with Bath Orlando, Fla. ment engineering bureau. glancing at them. He has no society
t in his church.In I GOOD DRUG STORE." I III

DR. STAGG'S SERMON SUNDAY the Presbyterian church of

TOURISTS ATTENTION! ami twenty-seven children have 511-I a I I !. ;Xv. D ELI, IFli.G.
f "Jesus and Present Day Thinking"was sewing circle called "Little Workers." II' : : 1
\ We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando the subject of Dr. Stagg's ser- This is a nice name for junior societies II II taiiM'

: Prepared by our New York Cook mon at the Presbyterian church Sun- A sewing committee in a junior I
day morning. The text was taken society would also be good having the

f 100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 from Mark, 7:24. boys take turns reading to the little The 4ar3et'OF

The sermon emphasized the neces- girl seamstresses. The plans might i

t Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water sity of bringing the minds of men to be enlarged, with means fount to actually CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
believe in the endless life of the soul use the active boys in other
in order to restrain them from sin. ways than reading aloud. Let us
( "Every system of religion bases it's avoid ruts in 1915, and here is one
claim to belief on it's ability to meet Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

54 Light Housekeeping Rooms the needs of humanity." "Many peo- way.Editor Harris of the Ocala Banner Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

ple are what they are because they felt "times were getting better" be- and pure.

live in a community whose standardsof :cause kindly friends recently showed We inrite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

ROSSMORE INNWindermere life and of right are higher than appreciation of his newspaper merits. everything in the Meat Line.

f their own hearts." We felt the same ,way when Editor

"Jesus says that no man ever dies. Sparkman of the Halifax Journal invited H.1Self & Co.

J This flew hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric The house he lives in falls down, but in a cordial letter, our press

lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with the real man never dies. "And end- department to send him C. E. news. PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- less life means that whatever there Copied by the Lakeland News is an

ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. is of evil goes with you and whatever editorial from the Tampa Tribune
is right in your life goes with dealing with that odd combination,
you in the endless life." "This impressed citrus fruits and cigars, and says, New Line of Popular Sheet .

upon men's minds is the "Smoking is a habit, and is one of the

THE OSCEOLASTEAM stronges possible resistance to their last curtailments to be made in the Music Just ReceivedAll
evil tendencies"The daily expense. Tobacco may be a
jail the gallows, and public habit for some men and some women,
the latest New York hits. Watch our
HEAT THROUGHOUT opinion all have comparatively littfe but not among Christian Endeavor-
restraining influence upon men's evil ers. They have neither health or music counter if you wish to know, about the
Magnolia and Robinson Ave J. W. HURLEY
Manager inclinations, but make him see that money to waste in such ways; but music that is "all the rage11 in the eas-

he must spend an endless life and answer I they believe in using citrus fruits tern cities. It is here today and gone tomorrow -

Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round to God and it will influence his when getable.A but tomorrow we have something still

European Plan Rooms Single and en SuiteTHE actions. "The most wicked man wishes I "Twelfth Night" social was an later.
.. to escape the power of an endless enjoyable event in Tavares; given at

( ,: -' life." the hospitable Burleigh home, and W. S. BRANCH

""/J.....1 "Society must be regulated from where bean games of every description ,
the viewpoint of Jesus." "The great were played. But we have not The Arcade Book and Music Store
need of the world is to be broughtface yet learned why it was a "Twelfth
to face with God." "There was Night" party.

much of truth in the remark of Webster Mount Dora kind people won the
that the most solemn and impressive silver loving cup promised in th(

thought that can come to "Save a Baby Club" contest. Our

any man is the thought of his per- workers took much inetrest in this
sonal responsibility to God." good work and feel elated over its

success. .
ARCADE HOTELJ. Get the news first in the Sentinel. Instead of a superintendent and
her assistant, usual in Junior work
B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. leadership, the new society in the --
Daytona Congregational church IN PROFITS
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autos
starts out with a volunteer committeeof FORD CARS
Dear Sentinel: LOWER PRICES ON
in Building in Connections: make five ladies, each of whom promisesto
May I answer to the Dear Girl
Orlando Fla. take her turn when it comes in Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
who styles herself one of the many reduction -
acting as superintendent. This is a 1,1915 and guaranteed against any
girls who work, and makes such a
new plan in East Central district, during that time: '
cavil against Mr. and Mrs. Tourist?
A likewise other Florida localities, and
Now, as one of this-to her-horrid Car $555.00
when no every-week superintendentcan Touring
people, I want to just say a word: 1 I
be found this volunteer 505.00
worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our fear the dear little girl has indiges- try way. Runabout -
food is not cooked in front of your eyes where you are annoyed tion, and I would suggest that she seea Jan. 19th. F. 0. B. OrU *. AU un falq VVpp lI.rther
with the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup physician, for just because she has .. win .. al le t. .l taI. u.. .."*-... .Ifldeaq
is.ssrs c..t fa -
found well .
one woman, dressed who
of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is srss rw w. r.HJa sa ..t.,1. .1
makes herself disagreeable, and who -For FineWATCH : tfc. .b.... data.
only 5c. a cup.. We offer the best of service. ItMOt ran
to clerk in the big store te par -
goes every pre4HtMa. ws agree
CLOCK and And eb.fld we nada Lila ......,
car (e. fr
and stands and thinks of somethingshe Ute II1IJu" .han from In.1O U' per .
Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch knows they do not carry-pre- JEWELRY REPAIRINGcall A..t Y.n ear I.UIS betwe.a te every Ar t"taD I. I'lt M'U and wbb A.s.at I. nIt Mw

Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight sumably' an Egyptian mummyandthen 3 on C. VATER whois F.r I..u.er pertJealan reprdisi tIoeM 1.w prine.ad pnl".Iaari.
cusses because she can't get it, .. pL... ss
.. and prates of her being from the an expert at this trade F. G. RUSH

. MIIMIMMMMMMMMIIIIIIIIMMIMMMIIIIIilKREAL North; now, dear girl, don't you be- with many years experience:
lieve her. She sure enough must be Phone 226

from Mexico. Now I am a Mr. Tourist at_ Youngs Repair ShopOpp.

and like 90 per cent. of them, I
ESTATE Post Office Pine Street
come to be blessed and to bless. Most

of us have come up through rugged
roads. We love Orlando and all her
We love her sunshine and

We buy d sell all classes and kinds pf Real Estate.If appreciate flowers.better We for every know being effort we here.are made We healthierand to fully en- TlieFlorda! Real R Estate & IllVeStMOllt C Co.

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call tertain and bless us. We are willingto

and do pay for what we get, and I
and talk your wishes over with us. for one say (from an intelligent Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.

standpoint) that I can hardly see how
The manager of this firm has had years of exper-
things are as reasonable as they are, Incorporated In Florida; Therefore] Under State Control,

ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a and I have thought and do still think

million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last come that here Orlando mix up and and the fit or people suit each who ALL propositions offered by this Corporation are exclusively

other about as well and are as happy, with us, at the same time can also be bought throughthe
two years. if not more so, than any little cityon
purchasers Agent, as we need not to secret our proposalsfor
the continent, and I feel when I
We are well posted on the value of all classes and closed office. This
see her rapid growth like I used to anybody, the deal has to be at our means

kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all feel when I saw my babies growingout protection for the seller as well for the buyer. With our Bank

of babyhood and losing baby Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having con-
bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real sweetness; but this must come, so
let's love and stand by each other fidence to all our offerings, we advance 75 per cent of the pur-

Estate Bargains. regardless of this Mexican who chase price at six per cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We

tramped on this poor girl's feelings dollars of properties in city lots city
for we can't find a city where we can hold today over one million ,

all hurrah for Gen. Lee and then all and country homes, orange groves and uncultivated lands. Our

hurrah for Mr. Lincoln, where we books to all investors if such inducements will appeal to you
z WARING REAL L ESTATE COMPANY have all found out the war is over, open ,
and where all the good church people -take the trouble to climb up one flight of stairs over the Peoples

believe we may get to Heaven, even National Bank, and consult.
though we don't have our names on
Manager .
, their books. Faithfully for Orlando HENRY BENEDICT President
- and her whom I love ,
people, and
Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf
whom I think and hope love me. )

u. s. Office over Peoples National Bank Phone 570

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Evening Dresses The T 1 1

Evening: Wraps ,

A broad range of exclu- .

sive ideas, the most Big Store: The master thoughts of j
beautiful line ever leading designers.Picturesque .''
shown in the city. combinaII

We have them in all tions,Chif f nBroad- ;

the latest styles in cloth Brocaded '
; Velvet -
For 1915. I
Pink, Blue, White, Spring and Charmeuse, ....

Nile, Maise. Made beautifully silk lined,

of Satin Brilliant, Some of them fur

Chiffon and Nets, atPrice Exhibition and Sale of New Spring Suits, Dresstrimmed, all at,........ ... .-

Skirts Waists beautiful Silks and Cotton Dress
1. es, 1. _'
-i Fabrics in all the new weaves, styles and colorings. PriceCOPYRIGHT 1

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l Depart.ment o Special offerings from the Shoe Department j
r on lines of Men's Shoes Me are closing
; out. We have jour size i and styles in all.
leathers.Men's ;

f7fk.\s\: $4.50 Shoes ________________$3.48 Men's: $6.00 Shoes --------------__$4.89
. 1 -- Men's $4.00 Shoes ________________$2.98 Men's $5.00 Shoes ---------------$3.79 I
Ill Men's $3.50 Shoes _---------------$2.79
i We heartily recommend this style to
Ladies Shoes in New Up-to-Date Lasts,
men of fashion who desire to be dressed
with Kidney heels all sizes and widths, at .
Ii'; ' in the height of fashion. Just one of our the following low prices: > J

'l many styles. Let us show you. Cut $6.00 values at __________________$4.89 J
Prices on Suits and Overcoats. $5.00 values at ____________!_____$3.98 ;
Jay $4.50 values at,__________________$3.33 l'
$400valuesat __________________$3.17 y
$15.00 Suits and Overcoats at$10.75 $3.50 values at __________________$2.79 i II
I $18.00 Suits and Overcoats at$12.75 $3.00 value's at __________________$2.29
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iit $20.00 Suits and Overcoats at$14.75 Odd lot Misses and Children's Shoes; / '
$22.50 Suits and Overcoats at16.75 sizes 111/2 to 6, $2.50 values at$1.9S -
Special care given to fitting Children's ERRLL.C
$25.00 Suits and Overcoats at$18.75
1914Tttr feet. Bring or send them to us. We are
Feet Fitters.


Floor 2nd Floor 1st Floor

Haviland China Dinner Set, daintly decorated, A brilliant gathering of Charming models in New 1
gold mat handles, 100 pieces, $39.50 quality$28.98 Spring Suits, wide circular Skirts, New Short F-Irst Showing of New
Haviland China Dinner Set, decorated, 100 pieces, Coats, in all the new materials and wanted
$35.00 quality for______________---------:-$25.98Haviland shades; a splendid showing at _____________$25.00 Spring Dress t;Goods! .;
China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, beautI- .
NEW SKIRTS FOR SPRING, Circular and pleated
fully decorated with :Mat Gold, $85.00 set for67.60 1
effects, in Babardines, Chudda Cloth, Serges, (For Spring 1915 .oj
Haviland China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, whiteand
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gold bands, $90.00 set for ______________$69.00 Palm Beach and Novelty effects, $6.50 to $12.50 l j
Austrian China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, white WASH SKIRTS, in all the late styles and materEmbroidered and Tamboured Flouncings of Voile and !
and gold, perfect in shape, $55.00 set for$36.50 ials, priced at _______________Unusual Low Prices other materials.
English China Dinner setgoldandgreeen of 100 pieces, light blue, 1
and and gold, $29.04set A PROFUSION OF ELEGANT WAISTS.' Princess Bordered Mulls in all the two toned combinawhite ,
for ____________________________________$21.50 The thousands of women who look to us for information tions.Pekin ,i
China Dinner Set of 65 pieces, white and gold regarding what's new and fashionable in Waists will Silk ,
$5.50 set for ______________________________$3.98 be delighted with the beautiful line we are showing. We ered Voiles Stripes, Egyptian Organdies Voiles,,Society Crystalines Voiles, Embroid-, Japanese ';
have them in Organdie, Crepe, Voiles and Tub Silks,
Chintz Voiles,
Crepes and dozens of
Special Discount of 10 per cent. on all China during other beauti
this Sale. dainty and airy, and prices to suit all, $1.00 and upwards. ful sheer materials. J



A beautiful. line of Street and We have made arrangements with
Rex Drama,Two Reels. Pauline Bush and Lon "
Tailored Hats, Panamas, soft Chaney Mrs. Burnett, who has rooms in our

white hats with fancy bands, and THE: SIN OF OLGA BRANDT building, to make alii wash dresses that

the new, tailored Fisk Hats. Also are bought from us, up February 10th,
" a beautiful e of Wreathes and L-KO Comedy for the exceeding low price of $5.00. To

Flowers, and priced within the GEMS AND GERMS those who know the value of Mrs. Bur-

reach of all. .. AND ONE BIG EXTRA REEL nett's work, this will be a great offer. 1


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Q in celebration of her birthday Tues-
r: day. The friends who enjoyed the
i ti tf afternoon with her were Mrs. Bence,
tl Mrs. Feinberg Mrs. Cary, Mrs. Lord, s
l Miss Ruth Hendricks, and her daugh- M
ter-in-law, Mrs. Frank C. Boardman.
, Delicious cake and cream and coffee
t; were served.
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Safe Funds for the Exposition: Trip Owing to the illness of Mrs. Rowland -
E there will be no weekly danceat
: With "A.B.A.:' Cheq'i-s, you will avnd many worries in the New Lucerne tonight. She has t

i; regard to your "travel money"-when you yo to the hxpo- been seriously ill, but is improving.0 ".' ,"1:, 1' ..
sition'or anywhere else 1-1 the United >'a es. They are much - 1'
c safer to carry than cash.:: There i is no 'red tap in Gaskins Honoree i
o'. using them-just coumer-sijn! a cheque! end pay jour bill. Mrs. P. II. Gaskins, the attractive Your comfort and prosperity for r .
; Hotel ti"krt <.fR-r* :t.1 1 t'l'. lv,f I': "-c'}.1 s rtrjdilarccpt bridge who is the house guest of Mrs.
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these c\ LeRoy B. Giles was the honoree at a ( )
*A 7 5 iAme'icon delightful card party given by Mrs.C. 119(5ccncntis (
: jD.A rlssocitim rankers Cheques B. Robinson at her home on Gore ,.
avenue, Monday afternoon. A dainty .
.,. ; G two-course luncheon was served after upon yourself and your II.
. ,. .. .f.-.'. "".- .. the games. Those who were includedin connections. -
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c"t' ,,,.,r"., s... <- rJ _-/ ;- /. ,
.- V1 ;>__" -4..iJ.. Z-s--n \5 ;J .t_ the guest list were Mrs. Gaskins, .
.f.' : .: ?:(' -:; Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles Mrs. Frank 'A
\( s
;. >. '(; .'"'\.) ./ tk .!. -.-.-.., .. ""':Y.'. ..' r f; "1 Guernsey, Mrs. W. H. Lewis, Mrs. :\ savings or checking! Lank, account
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I' _0<3 \ .:. t '1 Harriet Miller, Mrs. DeWitt Miller! ,
, :- 'fi oJ '- i' :. I in this institution is a positive
f< JI M x 1' r step
; # and Miss Margaret Hart.
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, ; 1fckThe 't j
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; if "I Among the prominent I .
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f j .. .r. i '..t ....\ i't; ) 1.(1 .t "< IJJJ: 01 I jf 1 Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Hart, of : '. no >;

f. .,...... -'..fiJ'ThI'i\ ; b.:" hll- 1 -k Atlanta. They are at the San Juan. (
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night by Mack, the licensed piano : : (
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tuner of Orlando. 1-27-lt* . '..:'. : j...:.':;::'':

State BanK of Orlando I
; I Mr. II. F. Phipps the popular com- .. .
P. mercial agent of the Southern Rail-

-. / way spent, with yesterday headquarters in Orlando in in Tampa the interest -, o I f F tm t w l i;I '. E[' 1'

K LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mr., of F.Carrollton P. Cregher, III., wife, are and in Orlandofor daughter of his road. I: ;

a stay of indefinite length and Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Blanding, regular -
The Misses Julia and Helen Stein- are making their home at hte San winter visitors, of Schuyler, Pa., .. ..". ... . .. . .. .
: . ,. '
metz, of Wekiwa Springs, motored to Juan. arrived in Orlando yesterday after- 1' < : : y.. ., ; 1 ';>.:"'::" ;':'" .: ...::. . . ::'.: . :

Orlando yesterday afternoon. noon and expect to spend the remain- .
i Recent arrivals at the San Juan include -. der of the season. i- '
. Inquire at Estes Pharmacy about W. H. Jones, Virginia; J. M.
the Ocklawaha river trip. The pret- Natcher, Louisville, Ky.; Earl D. Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Cloud, of '- ,
tiest in Florida. s-w-tf Phillips, Fernandina, and Morris Les- Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., arrived yes-
ser, New YorkFOR terday and went out to 2ellwood,
.. W. T. Hunter, of New
Mr. and Mrs. .
where they will visit Mr. and Mrs.J.
York city, are recent prominent arrivals W. Paul. Mrs. Cloud is the nieceof A RELIABLE '
at the San Juan. Capt. C. H. Baker. Mr. Cloud is
connected with one of the large elec-
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Nicholson spent SALE I
trical companies in that state.
yesterday business matters.in Daytona looking after Lrug Store

(For adidtional locals see page 4.)
Mr. H. S. Thomas and daughter, of
.. .
spending DeLand, yesterday were among in Orlando.the visitors 2300 acres ofproved unim.. Anything in the drug world delivered to

pine land, fine
Mrs. Josiah Ferris, who has been
truck and fruit land, big
visiting relatives and friends in Tam- quick without charge day or night.McElroy's :
pa, returned home yesterday.Mr. portion of it has clay you ,
and marl sutvsoil. Situ-
L.B. Fort, of the San Juan
J uate on County road
Garage, is loking after business mat-
ters in Jacksonville.Jas. within seven miles of

L. Giles expects to move into
his imposing new residence on Lake 54.40 an acre will buy

Lucerne in about a month or six this tract and the propo- Pharmacy

weeks.J. sition is 'cinch" as a The

F. Watkins, of Orlando, was in small investment. This .
the city Tuesday and Wednesday advertising price is for quick sale. '

the Orange county far.- If you want this land SAN Phone 20 35 Years Established
Leesburg CommerciaLlIessrs.
call on
\ G. S. Moore and H. T. -
Stratton, of Springfield, Tenn., are located -
at the San Juan hotel to spenda =

few days. S. G. Dolive & SonREAL r.

Mr. E. W. Wood was among the FOREHANDED PEOPLEThe

passengers arriving in Orlando yes ESTATENo. you realize the cOm-
terday over the Atlantic Coatt Line.

He is from Naugatuck, Conn., and expects 3 WEST PINE STREET forts of steam heat, run-
to spend several days in this
section. While here he will make his Second Floor ning hot and cold water
home at the Empire hotel individual who can make the most [ '
-;; and telephone in your

MMIMilllllllllllllllllliEurope's .. room. You will find all of of the unexpected opportunity is not I \ t e

Armies these conveniences in every "lucky -he is "forehanded." Years ago I
room in the San Juan. '? Z
he began to anticipate the opportunity,
Add to this' comfortable
recognize the convenience : .Y,
parlors, halls and receptionroom or emergency. And when the day came t. -
of the
with night and day f
he was ready. ,
service, and you have all
the up-to-date service that C
The surest way to be continually readyto +
you will get in the best

Officers and men are wearing hotels in the large cities. meet the great financial opportunity is .

them. We have them in Gold, r'
to prepare through a Savings Account.In
Silver and Gold Filled---both for t

Ladies and Gentlemen.Prices this institution jour savings are alj- s

Always the Lowest When solutely safe, and will earn 4 per cent. _

Quality is Considered. :

T. H. EVANSJEWELER :... Orlann Bank & Trust t C CoMpyOrlando's

., Conservative Bank
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