Title: Daytona Daily News
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 Material Information
Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: December 9, 1908
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00185
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
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send .. Important Meeting Looking To- A Delegation of Prominent Citizens As. .an Rate Course i coupons.!
1: ; . .this- BUnk' to The Qazetfe-Ne ws Company, .> I Itmust,be voted within 7 days. December 9. 19O. -=:"; ;

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:: 4, {IS, STILL 1N THE: LEAD The meeting of the drainage committee An important >conference*,,- was held Editor Daily News: In your daily issue HAS GONE TO PROBATE.

:. I f.1- ;. ,;'. took place Tuesday night at the Tuesday looking toward the auto meet of the 7th inst., among the personals .
'" -- -- Norman. Dayton real estate office. which was discussed at some, length in you speak of Mr J. F. Hathaway as
Ormond was not represented but numbers ' the Saturday impression of the Daily being the discoverer of the Ormond- -.

tObserv: : r The New es which bad. not the name of any candidate were present from Port Orange News. 'Tbere:' were present at this conference Daytona Beach as an automobile racecourse ORDER EASTERN STAR His Three
_. marked on them. Holly Hill and this place. Edward White Col C. M. Bingham ;. This magnificent beach was ChildrenGet

.' Clerks in all the 'mercantile eat&bI1ah. D. D. Rogers of the firm of D. D. Major :& B. ..Foster ?. D. W. first brought to the notice of automobile

Entries. : '. meats represented In the content are not & C. M. Rogers, civil( engineers who hasbeen Rose, W. H. Peters ana K L. Potter. manufacturers anti owners of cars in the HOLDS ANNUAL ELECTION. Millions.I ,

permitted to suggest whom to vote for. vf inestimable assistance to the The practicability and advisability ol north by C. W. BIrchwood, in an article
Remember that this would be in violation drainage committee was again presentby the proposed .meet were discussed in all written for the Automobile Magazine of k Vi

A New Count Shows That InterestIn of the spirit of, the contest. : request and outlined and explainedthe Its phases!, and the prevailing opinion December, 1902, the concluding paragraph Will Be Named Mrs.\ Daisy A. Blod ;ett Jets $150,-
Appoln.lve Officers' ;
The Piano Contest.' is.. The vote Is running low In the district work necessary In the drainage seemed to be that the races can and will of which says: Why It has remained rk
. ,. Homesteads and
comprising' all territory of H'olnsia movement. Mr. Rogers, who is thoroughly be had. for me to call the 'attention of Later by The WorthyMitron.

On The Increase. county outside of Daytona and i it behooves familiar with all this scction,8ays Negotiation is being carried on with my fellow motor vehiclista to this ideal( $10,000 Annuity a Y'

some one (in this -district to he can guarantee complete.and. satisfactory "Senator" Morgan the great auto race spot for either a leisurely loaf or for a -
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: : drainage by the system proposed. promoter and it is thought important speed contest, at which I am Live Oak Chapter Nil 1 J. Order hr The will of the late Deols A. Blodgett

: HOW THE VOTE NOW STANDS. The coupon good for 500 'votes appears W. H Edmonson was not present .at announcements will shbrtlyjbe. forth sure every record of the world from one :, Eastern Star, elected the following officers of Da 't.ona.Grand Rapids has gone .to

in an ad again,today;I look it up for the meeting Laving been called to De- ; coming. They have written "Mr. Morgan mile to ten could be broken I am at A at their regular meeting Tu.-sday probate, and it is estimated his estate

CITY OF DAYTONA. .. .: It will not appear" again till next we k. Land on jury duty. I to ascertain what events how loss to understand. Now that I have doneso night: will foot up ton to twelve mt1Uon dollars.

: Daytona High School.__ 158,295 : The conditions of this contest (aTe few The committee from Port Orange reported many, the class, and all important de I hope the coming winter will see others Mrs'Mabel H. Williamson-Worthy '
I' The bulk of this amount is left in trustto
Order Eastern Star -:-_. 90,120 : simple and early understood..by any that the petition now in circula.t tails. 'Senator' Morgan has been asked enjoying Florida's roads as much as Matron .
; his three children by his second
: Halifax Rifles, ..?._._ 57,265 : one of ordinary intelligence Look oo did not satisfy the people of their whether a fund of $4,000 or 15,000 it has been my good fortune to." James Carnell-Worthy Patron. mar'i
riage. $150,000 going to Mr .
; Baptist Parsonage __ 13,515 them up and quit asking the merhantaso section entirely on all points, and i it was would be sufficient to carry the necessary A DAYTONA RESIDENT. Mrs. Katherine Smith-Associate ? Blodgett.She
gets also an annuity of $10.000 and
: Miss Jean Frances Conrad..... 5,885 : many questions; you may get on their moved that a, committee' from Port expenses of a meet. Matron. the Grand and
Rapids home-
: Colored Industrial School.._.. 3,980Mks : "nerves.! Orange and two from Ormond meet with The chief beneficiaries of I the automobile Arthur II. Carter- reta y. ,
Will They Be Friends? steads. \
Ma j jle! Morgan--_._.. 2,215 the committee at this place next Tuesday meets are the bridges. They drive i iI Mrs. Ida 11. Peck-Treasurer.
Marriage Will 'Out.It night at 7.-00 o'clock in the Norman I a prosperous business not only during (By United Prt-sg.J Mrs. Agnes: M. Seaman-Conductress. At the time that Mr. Biodgettwaa ,. ; ,

!:. OUTSIDE OF DAYTONA. .: seems to be not generally known 3. Dayton office, to discuss and formulate : the meet but for! some time antecedent 'W ASIHNGTON, Dec. 9.-A conference Mrs. Anna G. Ohl-Associate Conductress married to Miss Peck he made a divlsio i

; Seabreeze high School__ 6,890 : here that two of our young people were a petition that would be entirely thereto and if they loosen their walletin i is to be held today between Judge i of his estate giving about two-thirds,of

: Miss Margaret Freeman......? 2,015 : quietly married in Jacksonville about satisfactory to all parties interested.: proportion as they will profit the. Taft and Speaker' Cannon to ascertain The appointive offices will he filled it to a sun, John W. Biodgett. and a

:: Miss Alice 1,600 : three weeks ago and are now making Several interested parties were'present stake will start oft temptingly. whether the new President and Congress later by the Worthy Matron. I, daughter, Mrs. Susan Blodgett Lowe,

:; Mis Jennie Mnrray5.-._.... 1.275 their home 1 In the Bliven house on North ai| tb..meeting'and H. Y. Stillman read W. II. Peters was delegated 1 to confer will be friends or foes. Various This chapter which wn formerly and retained a third himself. It Ii this t

*abrceM Cong'l Chore! .....? 2,125 Rldgewood trveoue. The couple referred and interpreted several sections from the with the bridge companies to Fee what I subjects ill be threshed over, but the t known as No. 5. has been changed to remaining third he now bequeaths t> his-

... .... .:. ,. .." ': .. '.,.*'\u.......... ,".. to 'are A. A. Roberts, junior Florida Statutes bearing on the subject they will do. Dr. Potter was appointedto most important will be tariff revision. No. 1. wife and three young children

Evidently the attractive"; artistic win- member of the blacksmith firm of A' P. for the benefit and discussion of the confer with the hotel people, and Col. Had Mr. Btodgett! anticipated that his s

jpw displays were sufficiently enticing Roberts &'Son, of North Beach street committee The committee finally adjourned 'Bin&hamiJ1 pass the hat among the Dr. Van- Ynli3h nd Elmer-- Oliver- A Pleasant Outing.Mr. second union woQld" Tiave been bussed)

to draw customers within, and.the stock and Miss L Margaret Carter recently of to meet at the- above men business men went to Deland today to attend and Mrs. Win Rodgers Mrs. F. M". with the three children who receive the
tioned time and place. It Is hoped that all are sufficientlyawake bulk of this bequest it In a question
Hastings but for
several resident and
within proved irresistible. Notwilhstand- yean a- court. Davidson Mrs. C. M 15rower and
to the of such! whether he would have been so liberal
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f4 25'there are far more stores, bazaars, of this place living with her' pareats children returned the forepart of (lieweek
Mr. G. meeting and will be as l liberal as is consistent in his former division; of the estate.
lira. A.
hops, etc to split up the trade than and Carter on from a several days outing down
ever before the tradespeople report a North Beach street. The young couple : with their interests. THE POPE the river in Mr. Rodgers I launch. The The numerous Daytona and Florida
have friends and well DUTCH MAY friends of the surviving widow and children
satisfactory: start for Christmas shopping. many warm - - party report nn extremely pleasant trip
wishers for their matrimonial'future, in Most orfthe time was spent off Castle; would be glad to learn that Mrs.
AJ further and convincing evidence this city and vicinity. Windy to the eastward of Oak Hill, Blodgett will retain a winter residence in
that Christmns goods are going, A TEST CASE where she has
spent sea
o'h ; where they found fishing excellent and many t ,
the tabulated vote the compar"j'" FIRE ONVENEZUELA. sons and surrounded herself with lasting
numbers of
ford piano contest as given Breaking Bicycle Records. BLESSEDTAFT. caught great bas whiting 'rieiids.
blue fish and mullet,Mrs. Brower leading
with thatglrtn in the Daily News of the (By United ProudNEWYORKDecemberg.Wjth I
'I I fOR with the capture of an eight or ten Some time ago Mr. Blodgett made agift
5th, Saturday last. Here is the vole as five I S
i I pound bnss. They also secured a quantity . of $150,000 for Children's/ Home in
it stood when collected yesterday teams actually out of it and another BO .
"" of clams and Mr. Rodgers hot a Grand Rapids and Mrs. mod ett looked
evening far back to leave chance of finish-
: as no
I few ducks, although he made no special after the interior fitting and furnishing.
Daytona High School _._...._.. 158,295 ing i.in! .money and all world's records for AUTOMOBILISTSs. .
I President-Elect Cordial | Mr. Blodgett did) not live to see the ii
I I Expressed effort to hunting. They so enjoyc.lthemselves
Order Eastern Star_.?......-..._ 90,120' six-day bicyle racing in danger, Madi- Commander of Fleet Given Dis"
j horn*dedicated, which dedication took
Halifax Rifles.;...______....__ 57 2G5 ]: son Square Garden, is today the Mecca Friendship For Catholics that they are already planning i
Fireon another later in the ; place but recently. The wishes of Mr.
Baptist Paisonage..... ........_..... 13.515 for aU sport; lovers. Four teams are cretionary Authority to trip season.Hunting i
Blodgett were carried out in detail by
Gilmore Arrested For I
E. Says
Jean Frances Conrad..??-___ '5,885' tied fur l ad, and two teams are but a Latin Americans. Doing Archbishop. the surviving widow and Grand Rapids

Colored Industrial School ._..._' 3.9s0 half behind.
lap Business Without a License for ,
x-oplc tire pleased with having the finest.
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Uiat Maggie Morgan.._.__...._ 2215 ;
H Mk I THE POPE ETOS) DfLlGUT.I i By felted I'rriu.,_ best appointed and beat equipped Children'e '
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Outside of the cit.I Daytona the CASTRO MAY GET A SPAill.ISy -Will Appeal, i 1. Home in
e8eabrvrrehigh'Scho At noon the score was ReuttStel.Mc- I Michigan.
standing i 1-- this; NEW YORK, Dec. 9.- >Detectives "
Farland. )Moral FowlerT Lawson Hill, I i! A n cent gift of $25,000 Mr. Blod-
today searching the city for Patrick J. by
1.._____. 0,890 (11I1tt'tII'r"lII.\ ) I .
Namara 1190 miles, four laps; Walt. [ United I'resH.J) WANTS INTERPRETATION OF LAW.I Kieran former president of the Fidelity I' gett's son. John "'. Blodgett. investedin
HOME Dee 9. Pius X
Margaret Freeman Dl\ytonaUeach I -Pope today
11 ............ - ?.-?- .-, 025 hour. Root Palmer. Walker 1190 THE HAGUE Dec. !..-The com blessed President-elect Taft and his family Funding Company, now in the hands ofa bonds, will yield an annual dividendfor
Mist Alice Oaytona Beach miles three laps; Collans and Mitten mander oUne Dutch fleet now off the I t rect'iver.ieran: is wanted on a war the institution of about $1,500. The
Daugherty j The lJles.ing was declared in the
,.. .111. .- ....!...!...L-l-.TT .,T....___ 1,000 1190 miles two laps; Calvin and Wiley shores of Venezuela has been given full dty Tel"Ihoul'.i.1DEI.AN'D I presence of Glennon of rant issued at I'ittburg, charging! him Grand Rapids Press! in speaking of the
) Dee. 9. -Tincase against Archbishop St.
M ItlfM. Jt'nnuMurrltY.. New Smyrna 1.275 1190 mile, one lap; Anderson and Vr.- discretionary power in the matter of I with "larceny by bailee.Void ." dedicatory exercises: says in part:
Rev. C. E. Parsons, charged with grand I Louis: who told the Pope he had received
))1, Seabreeze Congregational Church 2,125 nona, 1190 miles; Devonovieth and opening fire on Venezuela, according to \ has been received by the ct'c.1 'g.'atoolln the stage of the Assembly
which for trial a from Taft in which thepresidentelect
larceny, was up yesterday
Drobach. 1189 mile, nine laps Faber a statement issued today by the Dutch
r Se'erltl'ho received large compli ; cordial tives that Kicrati journeyed here after I all, over which hung a fine poi trait of
afternoon was nolle prosseil at (lie last: ; expressed friendship -
) iintsrytntesaskedtohavetlteirnameswitbdnwn. and Lafourcade. 1170 miles. Previous officials minute. Another warrant has been for Catholics. The Pop received leaving the train at Newark last night. Mr. Blodgett executed by Irving W. '

::: Miss Grace Keating of I record, 1184 mile, seven laps. L
,! D ylona Beach, in withdrawing her watch Monday. afternoon. Reward) with concealing stolen propertyand I I pronounced his blessing upon the Taft Strings of Big Sheepshead. I Caesar Burrows, orator of the day John
throw shave seen the modern cook 'I i W. Blodgett, fon of the donor who
name naked that her friends you in family.
for return to Daily News, dec 8 2 the preliminary is now progress.S. ,
Senator Washburn, Win. Farmer and
I the Mrs I).
wonder the Gniher-Morrin made presentation, Harry
I their support to the Seabreeze High ing at I I E. Gilmore, of Seabn-eze, was convicted j I I
SchooL Hardware Co's store? Come in any I - on the charge of doing an aut.omQhile : Rev. Dana Sherrill were down on Spruce Jewell first vice-president of the boardof "'

k Several ballots were found in the box day this week. : I livery business without a license, NOW ANNA creek Tuesday and returned that afternoon trustees, and Mrs. Delos A. Blodgett. 1
l At the "lose of Mr. Ulodgett'a nta-
TIERNING and was fined one cent and costs. Thisis : with huge strings of fmefat slaCt'I*- I prew
tie:, Master Delos( A. Blodgett son *>f
i HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF. to he a test case and will be carried to head of fr cm one to six pounds Fishing ;> J'
the donor, came forward and handed) ::1o'er
L, a higher court for an interpretation of
I.t., '' I t c u Tw I AfTER'GERMANY the law. I fiRES HER advances.seems to be improving as the season the keys." to Mr?'. JewiII, the viapresident. 1

i 4 Twee. ,1. Jeff Collins, colored, plead guilty to
1 (SARI. .
t 1 the charge of illegal sale of liquor and

, was sentenced to a fine of $100 or MX I COUNSEL. A PICTURE I?.' THE SMOKE. il
, ? months jail. I
. Kinchen Butler a Daytona negro, got I
. $1 or 30 days for assault and battery.The .

. .may.. case against Walter Davis.chargedwith I Princess DeSagan Says He Hand- .I,I Ia I I ar
, President Sends Special MessageTo e l
, rr shooting game out of season, was led tier Case in a Very
Congress Touching Mili nolle prossed. So was the case of Em I f III II

met King charged with jx-tit larceny. Clumsy Manner., w Y IIrr
. tary Matters.


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(By t'nlt.tl Pn.xJWASHINGTON I PARIS, Dec. 9.-Angry at Maitre

Dee 9.-Every male Clcmenccau for what she considers a 1-

r citizen of the United States, between I, clumsy manner in whicl1';" h.. presented

the ages&; of 16 and 45 years are to become I! her case a week ago: Princess DeS gan iL&icW1 5t

part of the military force and liable ; -. Everyone, especially the ladle.-: i is practicallv took. her case out of his 4 1 i rfrt /

to military duty under the terms of' f nd of candy if it is nice and fre.hIVs i I I hands at the resumption of the hearing ,
a bill proposed which :has been reeomnwdrd -:. j', of the suit of Count Boni IVCasU-llaine,
J f ? i' carry Xnnnally's and Low- j I + ..... + I I
by the president in a social her former husband, for the custody of | Y f i I I IWnume
11 4coDT LKea I Ii li ney's-dn know of letter? '
message to congress. The hill providesan I you any the children. M. Jullemier appeared at I

,. rlaslic organization and, as the prcM- ,'!I \\ t' don't for \\ejet i it I fresh 04'C' ortuice chief counsel for the I DeSiigans and took :;
li i' nor
; I i dent says, under its provision it will 1",1 i a wt'i.l, and its lh'ay! lIit.('. up much time today dt-ft-ndirig& DeSagan |

"" just AS easy lo rats art army of 1 XXI-, I : against serious charges of immorality
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000 as 150,000. inaiV by Boni.
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II. L; Pierre, of Mulberry, i I The Crystal Theater threw a number '

\ -.-- -.--- -a purchased be Palmer property JI38j HANKINS, The Druggist, of( local views 011 the screen .k

> -z'- liidgewood avenue and is now ( AT THE PLACE Tuesday night, eliciting much admiration -]
-Coffin** in Bastes Hwald pying it with his family. Where Volusia Meets Beach.I I and applause. -


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: '. -=:;--neatly embroidered at---' 'The Palmetto Clnb will gire I .r.CxorcB.Koprrunrodeit. .::1, ,jD..see -ae:. p1aceI'madetoj, ', : eId' :.Iate>' ;"'t;" and. h''A ." J
tes tomorrow afternoon I Application pendiag for eatqat the lad for IaBrioseeef.el:: atlo sr
at.the c* at ltJ'toaa..FkwtI1aw- slowlj and securely: .
A" AT 5OG, TSc.. AND Si.OO: IAr rooms; on Orange arenas j I erood clau. mall Butter.BUSINGS fBe sure and week.call at Grnber-lforris our store one were wafer.money has been! < raised; _"?Imo K .J t ': "

: >s jlt la aan sg hsa*fcriiuj>.<7.--W.s..a CMIir ., e ; .Tne Grnber-Morqs Hardware j day Hardware this- Co. ins; owned and occupied, ,,in eq.m, qj,, y,the anJ

Co. are giving fire a handsome set j. bronzed and hard-handed anti* *-if._ {. ,r:8.:. t te. ;,:t.
ANTHONY BROS.Who a of ware well worth:,,$7.50. See advertisement (}..B. Lamar,.cashier jof the First I ". ,tot tune"anti "good sent- ?, bareInan
i in last Saturday's Ga-l National bank'of St. Augustine, tan -Luck. "good ",
AND i do with it than /Tt aayi imagine. .WKen .
; : I -tte WK. [ i in Ih&city Tuesday. to -
: : ale Berer.Batisfied unless jon are.eeeeeeeee . ' PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS less than he mates! his .M nod. 'fdrthne..? 'Segiaa bill" ,

..> ..e.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. <.....5.r..ii..f ................ Tom Melton and Martin Crews Lnsr-A child's'bine enameled Reward I him andliis "star" looks smilingly;down jbpon b m..
i while on a banting -expedition to watch, Monday afternoon. V JI J-

.. the west of Oak Hill JUt Reek Ie ? I for return to Daily Kews. dec 8-2 ." "
cored .two deer and lour wild tur. I.c .. \ ;.
i keys.: Mr. Melton seldom returns D H Lyon and John J.. Yelrfng- I We cent,.on savingsdepositsyou ; '
: : L ; empty handed from a banting trip. ,I'.....................t.t... ton, of Port Orange were in the day pay.4,to per withdraw- theaccountat any

MCOMPANY\)\ Lion are cordially* invited to attend ,:: F.'W. POPE :I i. Tuesday drainage meeting evening attending the I r Sy ." /t..

and Counsellor at
: Attorney :
exhibit thin
.. our any day week. ;, o
LADIES' 'HATTERSkt Come and-have a cup of coffee and j .. Practice 81.-Law.and .....J..ral Court :;!. tThe Majestic Mfg. Co., of St I
. hot biscuits, if you intend to bay or OfFICe OVER POSTOfFICE. .;' Louis Mo., hare a man at CaberMorris : ihe.MdhW 1-1
;:* ,. . not. Grnber-Morris Hardware Co. 1: Trlepbooe-M Hardware Co.aItore this
No. 6 South Beach Street ; ..........................|<. ,
E. H. .Hotrbkiss has purchased week, showing the Majestic Rang "-
x W. W. Austin's launch The Austin, 'T. E.Fitzgerald E. F.Date 1 in actual operation, baking and A. D. MrBRIDE, President. .. J. B. 'CONRAD, .

Latest Styles Artistic Workmanship. which he will re-christeu the"E. B." < FITZGERALD & GATES serving biscuits .to large crowds. F. N. CONRAD CaahJriv !('

Melton &:: Shear, and hu been en- Attorneys and Counsellors, at Law *+ bookkeePer AccoanU: (
High Class Qodds Low Prices Expert
gaged by Mr. Hotchkiss to in
.l put Special Facilities for Examining and ant-Firms or iodiridaals.deaitinRI]
palmetto piling around his dock at Perfecting Land Titles. boot or accounts audited, sets ofi= -
999999+**** +. *999999 t9999 S999999999+99* Daytona Beach.to act as fenders andwill Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone I2S books opened or balanced books,IJ,...........,......ee.ei.f
begin the work Wednesday. i..I.u.I.I..I.I.u.I.Ib few boars U Z Yoa- MillS' '1
.! kept requiring only a I: OUR STORE" i k-
S99999e9.99999tt9.99ttt99S99999999999999iTHE Mrs A> A. Roberta was called : DR. G. A. KLOCK :1 daily or weekly will be served at j "I ICE 'CRE' rWbetker
.i. .i Hastings Monday afternoon to attend I! small[ charge. Address A. C. Mar= i' TIJE SPOT,CASH GROCERY 1T .
2 Physician and Surgeon : Doors :8oaih ot the POMoffloe want
o !
.. ,. yne
the funeral of her little sister '': ftpeelaf attention given to 1)'tM'.8P. tin, Daytona. 'H. ''S. MILLER, Proprietor. ,S Telephone No. 11an Wail
I GLOBE Rhea who died the A S oflb Kre.:: and flubs af Glato**. U orders .A4 I f q
I Carter at home"of Z omo..rUlobfo Clothing Mtore. You will aar mm by baying her s THE BEST HOUVTAI
I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. T Hearsltosam.ltopm.rtosptn. Marriage Customs In Savage Africa. I..e+i
,,2 House ?toy lcl a of Tbe Clamxloa. .
Carter, at that place, Monday room ;' ...............r.........I The charge which is aometlme

I ing. Rhea was the baby of the brought against** white"men of aarrj- ................................... ....... f
t : CLOTHING and SHOES I family being two years of age. E. L. STEWART tug for ID6ne1' cannot be used against <-
t Physician and Surgeon their sex In Africa, for there It Is the I WE HAVE MANYATTR.A.CTIVE
$FtJJt KEXT-Large house, 14 Special attention to diseases of the Eye other way about, husbands having to PIij. .
Best Values in the City. rooms.situated .Silver Beach, near. Ear,Throat and Nose. Office and purchase their wires. When a man :
4';T automobile club house; bath hot residence. Magnolia avenue, 3rd has a wile bestowed upon him as an | OF FURNITURE
I AOENrS.Ladles' : I IIi and cold, hard and soft water, fur- door west of P. O.. phone a ct'of charity he feel that she is not ,_ _

Y Red Cross-Cbild"os' ducator--Men" Bostonian nished. Garage and servant's qoarter's. 82. Office to 9 hours p. m.9 a. m. can properly treat his him own.with and oouteuii she. If she This..m. .t That will improve. the looks of 'some re ,

:z* Rental $5OO for season. Inquire .......................... custom of wife pun base, although! It $ your house. No matter wriat you \\'a n
} SHOES"I'I' of T. E. Fitzgerald, or anyI is to be de. vied as tenlluto lower
: House
ROY HOWE M. D. \ Furnishings have
..... ............ :I agent.. tf : marriage; to the level of a commercial probably ]j
: Physician and. Surgeon J contract. Una Incentive to ruling men
Ifnt'.aodResidence: la: Ho. RW*>- to work. I_' '
trr youthattiut conipefe
gplp k PW P 1N .ted Areouc.opp. Rktgewad hotelimes i
*T 2, .' flours:II to 11 a. m.; 3 to 4 and with tncrtPtkrnr* In the nistrl- BINGHAM & MAIEY COMPAH
: Doingsat .. ':::11 to n p. ni. Telephone 175 .. modal mnrtct. as they! ate d.!iIsrd; b.i

v .......................... the youn? Semen nnd n-Jn ted by their .
SeabreezeNews eC : Daytona pare'itu. ns U-Iu;: unuorthy nf their : Furniture House Furcishines. Un x.
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.; The rca ruse If a leathery! looilssrrrxtutf I r..i..............." -, .
: DAYTONA BEACH Pee 9-A J. tiUk-h r.lt.t'bc. Itfelf to a ,
Equal* Amy
SEABREEZE, Dee. g.-S E. Gilmore T Beardslcy and J. Silverstein, arrived hr.porte4 stone at tie x'toi ..f the Ta la Its
bat It cafe Infancy ntd ultliuniely aliahis duo YIONA ICE COMPANY -
took a party to Deland jester* ,, Monday night from Boyne City, Mich., tnUijtonadelivered I"'r f ., about throItxhps In U-n;:tli and a an I I Maas
day. OOq 'y v0 i and were up with the birds the next 40c "' .
43 I 1% Inch at'l a I lrtf! li I' hnb."b D :
The Bwrretary of the Ladies'SewingOrtle : { at 44
i I{morning at work in Mr. BeardsJ(>y'I I IKMDC. quiet and f-.x-cln;* under water Its top I
; ; reports the following new mem promising young orange grove. Mrs jour DAYTOVAHurru.rll : ohes n:..: bl! >srry lutu the veiablance{ : : Absolutely Pure :'
icy ben: Misses Ware and Kelltj and Mrs Beardsley will not come down until WOl/kS: of a I lir::r | !Lz n..xe. :IJ |>,etals folly .I f ; i I ICEOur Made from Distill
Iloecbenbacb- also good attendance at 2 after the holidays.Mr. Phoo> I5s an Ixr \\t>::c.:1 really! tiandsome object. : Water. -
the emf-tnonthlj meetings, and much and Mrs. V.'. .W. Hendmks and : As r'H/n :i$ It II ilk orbed bow- I ,_
interest manifested in the club work. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hendricks arrived H. EUGENE JOHNSON, ex or. !It shut iScJf: resolutely Into itsleather ;' .
Wagons make Trips
p The ladies are planning for tbe annual from South Haven, Conn., Monday afUrnoon |od. B t ---- Daily .
bazaar wblcb will take place some" time NEW SEASIDE INN and are looking for a. locationin Bicycle. Livery.. I Sunday to all! parts of ,
rurrl; n a full Ilii. of Southern Spoon Corn Bread. DAYTONA SEABREEZE
ii 1 January. Ira. A. S. Randall is avery tlltdty.. I ORMOND and DAYTONA BL

4 popular and rrsourcefnl president.Mrs. AND FINISHED( COTTAGES. C. Trible, a recent arrival from Has. Bicycle Supplies and Sundries. Pour inn t-uprnl r I 1at111sg.. : ; water over t Ice for_ Boats Delivered at any Dock=Sacked or Loose.):'
Price a cupful (rnnieil: .k the minutes,
Coburn will entertain the circle to- kins. Ohio, Is registered at the Lon Rlgbt.I1.ork IU"'ol..l.COlD. OFFICE-Rear of Schantz
11:11-: and See.WK8T stlrriiij < ; : odd a tabie8]>oonful I 'Phone-
morrow Tea town afternoon.council met" in regulatsro- Bay.F.. : END( CENTRAL BFtilifiK butter two '-;-;:* tell bfateu. a -up. ...........................o .. .ii ..c.... :)l'' -
Everything Modem, C. Hostra. Chicago; E D. Caipenter (...............t...t.t.t.. flit wilfc. a IIMSI-X'n.'ul salt: boat tborniighlr. r
don Monday evening. There was not Homelike and Comfortable. Ann Arbor, Mich.; M. Edward, De- lour 1It.t \vfll greased bak-
much doing of interest to tbe general : DR. F. H. HOUGHTON In: dish and tribe. I ............. ;
Land .
c: Directly on Atlantic Beach. are recent arrivals at tbe White ; ; thlrty-0 minutes .........
Certain clauses !In hot Oren' Servn from .I
pbulir. in ordinance House. I he dish in
No. 34. relating to theatres, etc., was Surf Bathing and Fishing.. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Gage, arrived I ssm DENTIST i which It 1.1 baked.What to Eat : THIS AD IS GOOD FOR .I500

amended by an ordinance that passed It *t X this wttk from Sandwich, III ahd are *- f TT LT (tmr* In Pt-rk llockPHOJtr -
4.D third reading. Resolutions of ap"t pret2..O PFU DAY AND UP.HORACE comfortably domiciled in their home on :.. aVw.t ":u
.." elation of C. A. Dallough, one of the Seabreeze avenue. They left a fineshow '..........................I take"Yfur lessons 1'OIl.ld1lme that he Is going; to I: '
KKR to cultivate
founders of Seabreeze, as councilman. down of and his memory""I )
'.r'' mayor and citizen, was read and adopt STEWART one below zero at Sandwich.a temperatureof .:........NN............! tossel.hope IIe not.can" answered reuipiubcr-eyery Farmer Corn-fool j :! In the Bush & Safford Piano. ConteStClff !

ed. A petition to abandon certain Numerous parties of two or more were ;: DR. EDITH B. SHOEMAKER : tune that was ever whUtled."-Washington .
street of Seabreeze presented by Sonn- DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA. I on"the streets this morning, evidently) j DENTIST : Star. : IT OUT AND- TAKE IT TO I_

I' tag Investment Co was read. It was strangers, looking for rooms, cottagesor I om., flour,: -
moved and carried that tbe beI Itell to i'"u" .. i !
surveyor 'hotel accoruodatktns. Let them : : m. Quit Light. u
".I t(> 4UJ: ,.. in.Telephone. umrsand ;
required to ascertain( the cost to date on SURF CREST come. Daytona Beach and Seabreezewere : oo THIRD A'Elf.:' 38! Marie-I think Chollle Is a delightful GROCERY ;

I Halifax avenue. A petition was presented -I> never better to StNNN. dancer. lie's so light on his feet! Lil "
I prepared actomeda 4 i.. ......e*..... + bar
to have tbe old well on the Vernon IIou** 1ut.I..o tborouicblr rvnovntXl I; tt lian-When you're better acquaintedwith him stump his nuiw !
northern on it.
place which( is a constant breeder (writ or 1 surf Leut.irthing.rwl ronifortuMf.a nhlntf.Kate and. fliit-ljr IUI.'.t..1 acc modatioD3 tourists a: reasonable looking[ &rates.. for good> ............................ CbolIIe you'll discover that he'. For = Tlw-n It will count ,'..rw .J: .
*|l Jii to tJjn day. light at both
of mosquito, filled. Petition was rt"i --j 'ddn-. MKM. H.per F:. lUMiKKM.: Enos Mills was the distinguished guest : OSTEOPATHY : ends!-Town and Country. ...........o...... ....-.....------ ,
Imytona Ho< Kla.j
i ferred to Street Committee. Report of .cb. of Mr. and Mrs C. H.. Raynor at theipleassnt r [>K. J. C.. HERMAN, nSaL&4- -
'! flrmluat* uod'.r \ T.Mill rounder of .
Committee on Street and Sanitation, C.i>; home on the Halifax Tuesday. ..terpntl.) Ht hirlrn-lllr! Mlix.url. .

F. Burgman chairman, was read and I j.! line Princess tfssena afternoon and evening.Mr. .. IxMratrd tIIiIiTiI'UIS on \oln"l.! -'nu.KAYTuNA.. i r.. .. When Making Purchases
ordered filed. : Banks arrived Saturday frwui west of Prarhlit..l.Irnllr Th' aablrs of .
I II I Jfftrr_,. .71"'J.. ThoiM- *' la.d1 nttruljint .
1i:1 Mr. and Mrs. J. Abercrombie have '; A fln toiu and frame- -fctrwtuiv Sheldon, N. D., and joined hu wife and .. ...................,... PECK-HENDRICKS COMPANY Drygoods. '
I received the distressing news from Birmingham ' new and Nunlt ; tvtryIhliiK little son at their home tbe I II. QEO. H. R. H. McDONALD '
rf'.ptlolla.l l.r Inrzeruun on riverfront. CLARK Meats.
Ala of a serious accident to 'I .; all n...l.-rnontD!.-...-...: lot-ntloa : .a.r.t.e.ta.ta.et...... Jewelry and Stationery. .
high end dry; near gran: large ttrouinN L. O. LYMAN
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Groceri B.
their son, Carl Abercrombie: and his I J iHinir tnlj|<*; rates jr day f Jjn and up; .p.-. es. AULTMAN' Gents Furnishing
I eta rates for w*...in. ..... wife who were thrown from an j AHA W. AZEITE-NE\VS'CO.\\PANY. : G
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automo-I I few days ago, comfortably! locatedin : RUBER-h10RRIS \
bile and sustained injuries, : Osteopath The Druggist. : (O
the Bleekman
house :
apartment on
extant of which is not yet known. ,Carl THE: HIE\ ,'I Valley street.Communion. :I Rrsldenor :r '. olu ta .. BINGHAM & MALEY' CO.. Furniture:
recAved! a deep gash in the head and his BOOSE:: | COTTAGES, om..e over Audrr.un- -Av.-noc.d'aud> IHun'. Be sure
spine was hurt. His wife was unconpcious -) services were held at theM. :I and get your
for 24 hours after the accident,i lt\\'TOS.\ BKAl'H t"I.\. E. church Sunday fort-noon. Rev. :'t.../o...ta.t......... votes in the .

but her injuries were not considered **f' KntHtm lululit. air, atxl rotupk-t forul.ttxu Haigh, \isiting preacher from Elmira. Bush &
M'rioUlb of her husband. Carl'smany I ; nxidrrn Iniurotrnieiit. Iran nml :i. V., assisted Revs. Porter and ParK ATARRH Tnitant....lIhf'n.ll.tand ruM. Safford Piano
I up-to-date. iiteuf>n Hrnlim-z<* Avenuxa Trial mtiurut Contest.
} x friends here to hear of th. hort distance from Atlantic.><<*11. Itatr3rasonable. >ns in administering the oftVrincs. mattes tnv.
1 I regret K? I.HUWARUPrep. Toxic LaborMorr, lit BitMd..".New York. .
It 1 accident and hope for the speedy recovery Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Raynor's cozy 1 t. ,j, flOO

. of himsels and' wife hcme on the Halifax is in tbe hands of ,.................Me(.... n m --'v'wv C&aO

! R..E. Old's{ mother Mrs. P.Olds, ands J. C. BUTLER & CO. the decorator, painter and carpenter. i., FOUNTAIN CITY r. m a t!' m. ,: r

! maid Miss Addie Hoff. arrived last Amongother improvements a new front A.D I | LILY WATER

night from Lansing, Mkb., and will REAL ESTATE porch is being built.Patttngcrs. I LIVERY TkAtiSFEt STABLES | 1 ELeCTRICITY
spend the winter with Mrs. Old's eldest HACKS MEET -yf
ALL TRAINS. "SparJclina.
son, in their cottage on Valley street. If you lookhIJ'If' r:1ItJ" fnte.ttiH-nts Bouncer THE FINEST TOVNOITS DAVTO' A : ?, Palatable Vablf
W. F. ArM and wife, who are doubly look for u.. Oorofllreii at Itoytona IVarh I a. i Blacksmith and t' sealer that is .7f1J3 ' A passenger In a full railway carriage Carriage I lule/.y Pure. 9 rtis ed'rent only as o.t
related to Mr. and Mr?. A. Ayres two in England has a perfect legal Shop in Connection. P) JVighly Recommended

brothers having married two sister, arriveo H. C. Wilson ca Co. right to push away any one else I who I CEO.: A. FOYE.: Proprietor 1 ( tPhytictans by 1'n .," Conveniences AtCurrent s
from Detroit Saturday night and tries to get Into.lt. This decision[ was Z TI : ," '" t.tMM. for 3)isordert '/ aol
Seabreeze. t : ecesrrt. ,n 'jaJ'
will spend the winter with their relatives Fla. j;r given at Marylebone police court when .... ................. ( Stomach and .iYd 91&AI ,

I ?L In Seabreeae. llr/A. Ayres baa puttsboat '' REALESTATE, INSURANCE, ::':' a man complained: that be was pushed .......................... .free from evert' Entirely is now maola'"IJ
out of .lt '
a at .
carriage Bishop's rued
eta"lion -
arm/ul IAuz
stunts in at commission fishing this and winter proposes, to do LOANS, NOTARY PUBUC.! :!: by another passenger, who said : GOOD AEATIt Organic TTfatter. / ..CeadrnVrfer si"inJl the .?angle o/ aaytono' _-

Improved auil Inlinpro-Ml Fruit and Vegetable Property Laml the car was fuL! "It Is the duty of fuiintl ai Iitur Sod by., cSeadre"", crrd7a, tuna $ eacb ss '.
conductors said the roart."to see : and l7rrr -
Lucky. i sir, OPPorlunt
Bustle-AVhat's tbe matter? Motor1st that the trains are not overcrowded.They . BIRClOflD'S. v. 99 y to Operate Jf/ot.-rs at \

Matter! I can't this car to W. B. i[ are perfectly entitled to use ( B*f, Ijtiiib.. Pork .e 9 ,rat .
get go TALLEY, j'reasonable force to and Mutton are al_BTprime. i an.- and rlt h...
prevent any one .
Bnstlc-Then it's the lucky man you Our t..t.l d"ll f ADAM
are, for just yesterday a motorist got ARCHITECT :from boarding cars when they are fall caclesaretbrbr+lb.narLrtaffords .1 i
QMriy smashed to bits because I If' theifall to avail themselves of this : A Trial Order Nl1f'1rt'd. Pttoiie ii SCHANL
here, Plant and Rpt>cUk..tl o Made for all elaie. right the entitled U !' ELECTRIC
lie couldn't-get his car. .to. -atop.-- I of Bulldlnf. I Lact j for themselves.passengers** arc to Try Birchwood's Butter...... i .- PLANJI

wutB.Jf JAUHUUIT; IU.> --=- .... .........................j. I General! Manager.

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.,JSMilw iTiiHiut au4 th*:*VwBBmber ,. .: '- anaald; the,; held otKthe!Lie' Make ,your;;youngster ;: ;Surrounded. by warnwater of the GulfStream. cold i : :
t..wIW.I4ir..... the-, .. Putment"' store eying him -;thftrply,', Frotect gueeti from ann and I ,THE CLARENDON.SEABREEZE. I'
: laformallty
I ....- ? i nappy with 1! weather. Ju homelike
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; ou.'ye.1 qVlt;4rlokiag,v haven't::you 13 moderate rate attractive to those making
',t" I of. r+ tM:becoming: ;Jke'ptt '- ,"Ye ,:_.'J.uwered: iitfce, : red. bead ('' *'long ay." For booklet, and rate -*
I deftt ,Tbe'preeWential tiectocs'. : bar* fflberakui' if bo-' workadhe'packtIng1departmeet i address Jbiu.4ua: Palm Beach. : FLORIDA.. : -h:
Jio t:always'bewi. : hosea,:J>y popular. : "haven't *taken:adbriafc : BrownieCamera
: .,ot&' _',,' -,' J;' ,r. ,*. : .tr"'?annyttlnir Btbrongcr' Ufa: Opens on January 1st, 1909 i.
; : 2 :L LJ Befor 1t'Wa general Miss Ella Hughes of Urbana, Ohio, .. '
: : : Ei < 1800 xrua- teed.taj.fr three woglhL"e.a :. There's no better fun for the : ; .. .
torn lor th4 jto..leglslaturei to boos* ."I azn'flad: 'to bear;tt; Grocsa.' ;Ill.' : children than picture taking. Ir will arrive in about ten days, and will .- .. ..
letutnck tbe electors, and it waa not until ;18&tfett nuke' ,It an object to yon,to 'stay: quit. and any boy.or girl can make : be pianist and entertainer at The Ridge- I.
( tile bea' >reaUeatial!electorswere.cbotea Bat bow-did'you break. yourself of the good pictures with a Brownie. wood the coming season. - .
II' i .. baa; otlw.tsUr.- "zeeI.nl M tb.ti ( 'Is Dearly all the state* b*popular.vote babltr- .. -- : : Cottages with Steam_ Heat, Electric Lights, Hot and Cold Water\ :
h' thItr.1oea.recl on N. Ridge Aa late. as 1STQ the,Colorado legislature "Be hlttin' me thumb call wld a : There Js only one Brownie: ;: !
; '''.:Joa..l00X'ltlO'III'1O chose the:;three;preaidentlardectori to : Telephone! ; High Grade Appointments For'Rent, with. or ;-
ojJ -H rIL wtU UJW hammer whin '''I wa? packln' a box o'goods. The Despland. i. .
'11 c. are., ...4lr.wrtS w oa. represent'tt t state 'Ther'e"IanothiajIn ." : -and that's anEASTMAN : 4a1
te4.' ftdn Basinentioa the : without, servants :
the arrivals at Deeplaad
constitution present a Among :
*,. er*of OOP nut Rent Ertel.,Company the to any.stat- "I don't He howe that could cure : 1 . . > -- .. . .
: , . )eWattuelnaming,;: I ;It* ;own elector. ;yon." :" .. Hotel the. last twenty-four boon are .I...I.I.I.I.I...I.I.I.t.I.I.1'.1.t.Iei.i.I i.It.i.

:'- rifJCC oA. _.:betirnrnltbrdcompletely' witboutappeas'to.the people provided "Well. Mlsther Barker, It wax this ..- .- II. F.; Curry and wife, Braidentown, ..1.i.I.I.t.101.I.i.i.......1.i.1.t0..I.I.1.i...f.1..I
TW rci AU ; situated at inch a method of election:!b prescribed 1 ....y. It I'd been sober; d'ye molod. I'd Ha.' ; u. L. Ives and wife New York. '
p. j..and Palmetto avenue* b'1.the state law*.. * wasn't. $1.00 to $9.00.Lesesne. Van of New York '
j iaatoa1rabl. eornenln' Day- niter bare done It, but I Whla 1 and Mrs. S. II ner,
{ "tassel% !Cottage f room,t ba ot her; bat h From 1800 to 1824 presidential cashdldates I Whacked' me thumb instead av' the 1i 1r City. j HOTEL DESPLAND I
*J juMt aA otbtr eaereai.nc ." Price.$',ooo fur were chosen by the members call I wM'thqln"to dhrlre It made a i .
lent\aa4* at that: It' .reiDI.er. :
asap : you .. ,
) adl4. ..re:to look"., the property, of,congress: in caucus. ID 1824 .log black spot ,at the root av me thumbnaiL e

_-ooor44j*- -4_Tw) >i >.p kl.Blugham on, Asent City} or electoral.college failed to [make a'cOOIei'troIp I cay*, to meant; 'Grogqo, 1'11' : BtilOA: THEM AT TilE er: THE -lAND, CF GRAVES. 5 % Daytona, Florida ,. :
: submitted and '
candidate r
the, so a
punish fr that. Te shan't' have a I.
ye: '
", - .-. .- the matter went.to the house -of reprBentativea. *- flfartak'av ayther beer 'r wbosky until I:' KODAK PLACE : ,Ancient/ Egyptian Believed In Constant : Now Open for Season 1908-9. e"
j ERHOMI= :Modere oubleg Four; year*-later Tennes that bUck spot has gone' Reminders of Dath.
.,. eq a sutras see's legislature nominated Andrew "Well'*or, It wa two months briars l. To the Egyptian death' was but the 5 L., M. WAITE Owner and Manager. : .
.. ,_ I-we.retbrougb l : Beach Street : .
Jackson.without any' reference to the growed'out near .
w floors tlirooKbout plasterrtl l4UMl It had to-tbe end o' m* beginning of a career of adventuresand :
..,S cemented eellar: practically now j and In congressional caucus. HI*..,opponent. thumb an' I'cud cut It otC an' be that I. 3d Avenue. r. experiences compared wltXwhlch : Greatly Enlarged since last Reason.: Cuisine and Service Excellent'': :

li'*et order with;orange-every convenience and grape Trull;attractive treed; John Qulncr Adams, was nominated'. lath time I'd lost all me appetite fr beer I : . : the most vivid emotions of this- life : Bread Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Ensuitr. Steam Heat. : tv
itu tton' unexcelled; com* old way but that was tbe end of an* whosky. Florida. were tame. He lIved with the fear.ofleath *"
d.' For price and tenor ful presidential .nomination by coagies' I: Daytona, : : Every 'Modern Convenience. Send) for Dooklet, :
.f'J-Olttt'.f& I to meself I'll
O. Morrti, Tnuu,or Wn. .- "Thin say : Grogan before his eyes. Everything "- .
) ,.(, I n.t-,. tkaytona, Klorlda.FIVEROOAV atonal caucus. reward ye f r that'Ye.re'a sober man ,.......................... round him reminded him of thdt I m" j
.. DOW, an' ye'Il stay sober.: That's the I dreadful l initiation Into the ""mysteries e. ... Hummer Address:.ATI ANTJO, HOITHK, Narragnnsett! Pier, Rhode.land. '. :

Qith.red Him In' whole story, sot"Youth's Companion. of the tremendous after life for which 1 .I.I.Iet.t.I.Illi.ISlII.I.I.i.i.t...I.I.i.I.i.i.i.i. .

, 'HOU E! and Ton look very-much*excited, dear. ItIi ; : iD his "present existence was but a prep. ...**.*******... .*... .*..... *******A AA.AAAAAAA, **. m
he said. when" ,she entered {he Parloc: I' The Russian Joke Teller. aration. Ills cemeteries were not hidden I t
Large.. Lot. In- KINGSTONCONRAD where he was waiting for her. Story, telling and jesting hare always away in remote suburbs f his dead I'rntrni tin tlw Electro Lights and
PAIIMulre: 0':.. toi'Oft > "Well, i"should think''I ought to look! been counted the favorite amusements NEWS OF THE HOTELSThe : were not covered vttth mere, grassy' t t llulifyxititpr.; Modern ImprovementsSCHMIDT'S ..It
RC/U, e5Tn CbAPANy. OR i excited"she answered.. "I've Just had"i r of.semlbarbaric people. To the mounds or a slab of toqe. The whole V r9F tt
S. DAYTON. the most awful argument with m& first we owe the "Arabian Nights"and land was his graveyard.' ; whole art t
NORMAN. I end she began to weep hysterically. ': to the second the clowns, who U! i was of the mqrtu rl. "Are there no '
U T, McCLELLAN. Owner. : iI
M .,. I TVby., what It the matter uy d4Fing '' were formerly the appendage of aU) I I graves in Egypt that than hast broughtus I HOTEL .1.1t1ENRY fir
..' Co i } ?" be Inquired as be slid an aryl :l great houses.:. In Russia the paid Prince George. into the wilderness to die?" asked 1
BUILDING l0 1 SON RIDGEWOOD around' her waist and endeavored toBoothaher. Joker Ftl) ) flourishes and the people the Israelites in derision and we may FoniK rl> S< hmiiJCs1'illnS :
"What-w"the argument?"-' pay PQ pujclj aq hour to listen to his Messrs. Hilyard and Holroyd of the believe that Moxca. winced at the sarla SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors,
Loner or.... ixrta i atwt *.,JJlo.k t, DOe.! 'Oh, bow can-' | ,tell you? She Bald) ,I ,jokes and wttlc| (( ms. lie provides Prince George, together wIth a number Cl\sU\
:man*< 'Adaitloa to Dawnr'bflM' are 1 I you were only trifling with" me and ,I hjmself with two or three hundred of assistants, are busy preparing for the Egypt;; : the land of graves, and the' D.\YTO A, FLORIDA. -
auioogtbe moat dftilntMe vacant Iota k'lton that you would never propose, and |I. tickets, and mounting a sort of rostrum opening of their house:', which will occur whole energy of the people that couldbe -
RUlgewood arenas A.floe location.' ," for a : told her abe did you a great Injustice ,'' he announces' that be Is goingto December 15th. spared from keeping life togetherwas \
bomet. Fortirteeaddrraa' .
flies for I believed that you would propose regale his audience with choice tld- devoted to death The mightiest :
(WY,ti. BROWN. Ventral Lake Hlch'lCan.: 1 The house has been repainted, repapered Fine Home TaLle Delightful r
r tonight 3be said you wouldn't. and Isaid I 'pits of mirth provoking lore. lie begin tombs In tbe world-tbe pyramids- Reasonable Rated Bunny Booms,. ;
... you would,and we bad-It hot and '. selling tickets at a penny each and l recarpeted throughout and were raised upon the deaths of multitudes << rM
: E. S. HALL heavy.. Dear George, yon will not let and when be has sold enough to warrant In addition to other improvements the of tolling slaves, Tbe bills were Ch'ti..yy..,. fy.. f44>Hf ? .. ... ... altaa

l ma triumph over me, will your* his beginning he turns himself rooms and offices have been practically honeycombed passages and galleries. ..'" .
; Architect and Builder. "VV-why. certainly not,"' answered goose, and the audience remains spellbound [ refurnished. chambers pits all painfully excavatedin
. George.. I I. by his humorous stories for an The house will be heated by steam, honor lot the Illustrious dead and i
i' Office 209 Palmetto Avenue *J knew It, my darling.: the dear girl : hour or two. A recent traveler who Tbe spacious offices are t finished in white, sculptured and painted with elaborate I ITHE RIDGEWOODji
%cJ3tm :''come. let us go to ma and : aw a number of these jokers ln.St and the dining rooms in deep red. The fklll to'make them fit habitations for ;
t Daytona. ilqrjdai.PRESCRIPTlONS.' tell her bow much mistaken she was." I Petersburg says, "I listened to them have been thoroughly reno! hU: ghost. I

And they did. and ma didn't seem to i several times and, although I could sun vated parlors, and the yards beautified by herever he looked' the Egyptian beheld E. D. LANGWORTHY Proprietor, ]II I Ii
be very much broken down over the : pot; understand one word the joker I preparations for the great turning ;
. ................... I and flowers I
.. ... affair, after all. Bald I was sure from the way the audience plants point of existence. The mason was i i THE house is charmingly situated on Ridgewood Avenue, the highest < > "
greeted his stories with fours A pier over two hundred fret long has I I squiring blocks for the tomb chamber: 11
: | A UlttU. Paint Badly Applied. of laughter that the jokes were abovethe / hE-e1n recently finished in front of the the potter molded Images of the gods and most healthful point in the town of Daytona. It i8.411 i ; 'is

e Journal des Debats In an article average." hOld 1, at the end of which is a platform' or bowls and jars to be placed In the very tastefully and comfortably furnished and is modern in j-a-' r'

r1',71're a Spaeialty With %r. i on .'Xapoleon on the Stage" tells why I \ as large as an ordinary sized room. grave for the protection or refreshment very respect The \egetables are from the Ridgewood' : < >

'J Our 0rvg s. are.Mesh, and : the taken play from L'nomnie the stage when de Destln"Its triumph was i,, A man recently Wrong.entered a restaurant be It engaged is probable for the that season an orchestra at the Trlnie will of of tho the Ka.underworld exhausted, the with sculptor tbe ordeals and and native fruits which grow in abundance, are a re gUtlen'l< >

r i we utf the lltmoti Care in : was at the zenith. One evening according -I i and served ordered him with a steak.It the When customer the waiter said. I I George painter were at work upon tbe walls the table.

Compounding. "Uelephone to the story, the emperor, accompanied I I "I'm afraid you'll) have to take It back of the funeral chamber{ Illustrating the Opens December 15th. |I ..t,

us and,tee will end forthe i by his friend Pnroc, wentIn for I find I've come out without m-"" The Ridgewood. scenes through which the ghost was to
t disguise to the Porte Bt. Martin I Interrupted the pass! or depicting tbe industrious life ..N..Ne.e.MMMMN.MM.M..KN..MNNNNN ...1i.

Prescription *:nd deliver it theater, where the piece" was being performed waiter."Purse.of course E. D. Langworthy proprietor of the of the departed.' .N.NNN..N..NNION...NN..NN.N.NNN..
1 J rompl/y when filled.vows Eugene Chevalier appearing I No," replied the man. "my false Ilidgenood Hotel has announced that The very temples: which cluster along i. T\\
of de boughta hours tbe levels beside the :Nile were In a
i as tbe man tlnl."They teeth!"' this famous Hulgf\vood avenue
box, but had hardly entered it when i will be open for the entertainment of sense but vestibules to the tombs In | The Prince George'Hllyard
hills |ehtud The sacred lake now \
PH broke forth in violent execrations I
the emperor ,._ More Trouble. guests either the 15th or 10th of De- .
I 1 : : tbe "fool mnoagers.T" the weedy. picturesque haunt of waterfowl i
'L ;;;;;;;;4.H Beach Bt : against "What's the trouble now? demanded ccmbt
decorators had'leftIn was then the scene of solemn
seemed that the &
It Holroyd Proprietors
the "More beat? ,
."""" A of worker are busy now in
""" corps of the dead. The temple
I "I'JOB the box pots of oil and paint, and i "No," said the tenant of too latest ferrylngs;
cleaning the hi use preparatory to the walls were covered with the terrors of tWILL
bad stepped"W114 !
into these the emperor skyscraper, "but I want these clouds :
' with rage," says the writer, "he pushed away from my wlndowsLoulsvllle ,"- opening, and the verandas are IK-ing npainted. "- the judgment to come. The houses of OPEN DECEMBER 15th .
rushed from the house and, to make Courier-JournaL Probably the most noticeable the IMns: indeed, were built of per .
PRINTING. Ishlu mud but the homes the dead nEFun ldIIE)) AND RENOVATED j
.Ml matters worse, was recognized In the of the improvements made at this hotel os !
mentioned the Incident those to the and the shrines where supplication was THHtH'GII01"T t
lobby. No paper Not Like the Play. during the summer are e
but by order of the emperor the "Life ain't like tbe plays." I front of the house anti the yards; many made: to the gods who ruled their fate i

Executed With Neatness andt play: was never produced again and the "How now?" I plants and flowers have been put out in all were the mule strength to last tbe forever.8 .lec?@On aud these tbeartMle Steam Heat in Every Room ;

Chevalier: never appeared again as ofa "When I go calling no housemaidever the)'ard, and four stone gate pillars add skill of the ancient. Ksyptlaus .
and Rapidity by the Gazette-News man of destiny-and all on."account tells me the family history while much to the general npjx.trance of The wire cheerfully! 1I'lsht-d.-IAullon Sat SAME \\AGBME\T AS THT: HUISTOL," ASBURY PARK, N. J. :
little paint badly applled.OROND : making passes at the furniture with a i .
feather duster.-St. Louis Republic Kidgewood. 11rl1u' KexlewxMfiYr : ....NNN....N................e'.........N....e..0N
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NORTH OF HOTEL ORMOND i : i :':4 North Itlll I:_ .111'.1.l \\" 'nili. I:

\ir\\\7 Modern and First-rln s in every particular. Pni:i
NinnKMn house bath, hot and cold water, 400 feet fronting river; : i->UVV OPEN l. xate liath Booms Entire \\hit-bervire.::: Northern :
fronting .OC 1n; both furnished; two flowing : Have You Read This1Up | "" " Cooking Special Dinner served l Xmas Day.Cottagers \
nit-o5 mom usage and 1 may engage tables now. i
well splendid garden spot; 200 full bearing oradge i
i .fruit ;treea Everything in splendid repair and all going to grape-.j > + 4..I..+.............N .....e..NN..N+.NH +...

a price which makes the property the best value on the

MACON THORNTONREAL to and including Dec. 15, 1908, we will make every HOTEL PERKINS $ I I THE miiNGTON 1 HOTEL

Opened June I, IWHKIFTII q
t ESTATE i Third customer sitting for a PhotographCOMPLIMENTARY and WAHIIIM.TON sT4. O Cor Wabash Ate & Jackson Haul

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Buying or Renting i in' the way of Real Estate i This offer is made in addition i to the special prices that we are making


{ advantage to talk with us. Farm ,and Trnck :

j | will,be to your one of our specialties We cordially invite you to examine our work. + Ao.

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lights, three bath rooms; modern .in every way; good ETC., ETC. I Obrap bLPPIJES.I :1 Bond Lumber Company t
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( -. ,- .-1B.I".'. Amer1fap' Yreatr Aaao. Leal Fiction. s UMANS 6ATOI MOVING: t _ "' ": ,-

brtdei wen UUon.JSeveral + telling each other Bays'Hr Henry Maine 'in, his "Andentiawr ;;CRYSTAL willb a liffor.r : ny".g ,.'y :
wsy "A legal fiction IS the...umpCSoIi" s I 'We "-- ..
'. : ,- 'vrfecre and, how :they !!fist:met their which conceals or affect' to : '" .. "y -.

,,\; i toabaoda.. Virally'one told her experience cooeeel the- fact that .JD1e'-of law has tHEATRE PICTURE $1111! select Jio; .: .

faT* story as.follows:. tTut I! undergone alteration its letter remain OPERA HOUSE .. : .

"" amTatr.'* *h* Mid.**we spent, tof'unchanged'while its operation'has '

Jsjtuatl at our'place, FeraclUT. In,UM, been JDOdJA d. The'fact U, that 'the TO-NIGHT! BATh RWS IIS $siteUmbrellas (lCImI,. ..

tooatalna. ftfe had a boose foO of'! law baa been changed: the fiction is 'TO-NIGHT! SEABREEZE _

-st-. .aa. well and one of the men- that it remains what it always was.** Attractive Pictures Well WorthSeeing Hosiery make uSeful'giftS.,| .

I leonaUJer-lt ::a" breach of 'col, 1deDCe.tor'ur' LIKE A :: iiK1 IrTfHE CLOUD- ; : .._ .
girt to-reveal tbe nae: of a .j "A Strong Gale -
TT8 wr two. Ifa "e two for aye '
f 'soitor; ao I. will can.him )lr. Beaehw A All the world and we two. amt beaver P "Bobby US'show Holiday goods :
Let you
devoted to "me." be oar startUK InWonderland. I ;
e .1
o bonny Pardon
a laverock ia the lift sing "The 4f
%gee/* ,remarked.' the other' "yonvauY i bride! ; 'V .
: 0 t'
conceal..: denouement To AO the world was Adam one, with Eve
call,yocr'lore by. hlareal* name would l by Ms aide. .,Pi Terre tes Talisman es' We rive votes:In' the Bosh and Safford Piano contest;:F

TTTItATS the' world my lore.what .. : 'VearyVagg
pofl jeer story, C*on. > myJaaa r I '
I It doT
.. n Uked'Ur, Beach, very'' much but I I am" UUae.can and thou an mine. Ufe Is .. .' 4

A .be;seemed rather prosaic. I wished I I sweet and new. Matinee for Children at 3:30 Busy Day. BTAULTMA'lj :
for'jojnetninz more showy. Mother Ilf tin world baa missed de,mark. IM It M; i
1 o'clock m. I" ;
said that a practical man woold wear For w stand. two r.hare gotten lean and once p.. ..... .. Romance of The Old !
better thin a showy one aDd I bare 1 I more.will try. __
that she Saturday..Good Coming Attractions: -Mill. St'
} round- since ray marriage fKK a laverock la the lift sine. 0 boo- I Beach
L 2
was Tt&bt.- BT bride j Phone .r .
tt '* "Oh, dear; why didn't you make Itt U.. ,w* two.. Its we two.' happy sitl by.side. 1 Music by Crystal THE PICKERTS-Week Dec 28 Pair of Kids. .:;;

more"On of day a mystery a circus cam to town. I I Take song a kiss begins.from.me thy man: not' the Orchestra, COBURN MINSTRELS- OOOO@i) Qv)00 !ite....... ....... .....II..I.......I II I'..

We young people agreed that we "All Is made afresh for us. and tb*brave W. W. WOODS. Directors i
would attend a performance,' and all I heart wins." $ January 12 Show Every Night. Ed. Lindberg- is shaking mnJsi( ',
went lo the tent In a body. We WHEN the darker days come and noV GET SEATS EARLY. with his Daytona friends having I FANATICS f
Admission 10 Cents"
climbed the board seats to a convenient sun will shine. .
s height sitting In a bunch Mr. Tbou .b Jt dry my tears, Ia- and .'U ADMIHMIOS MABEL PA10E-Week ending | Doors open at 7:00 P. In.Compl. arrived from New York Tuesday.Running .

Beach being beside me. We were dry thin while the world Adults 15 cts. each night' without adver,'
t ICs we two. its we two. Children 10 cts. January I -te chang of program business
much too early for the show but enjoyed I away.Bitting 1 is like throwing kiss at a girl 1; FIGHT
on'our w d. tising
oanelre watching the country by the golden sheave ;r -
One day. knows anything about it but
come in. Near us a young fellow I u; nobody
sr people, -Jein'. elow. own
was arranging wares consisting BOWLING ALLEY.The 'INDlAN RIVER ORANGES I Halifax) BILLIARDS AND POOL. the fellow himself. .

of popcorn cakes. As soon as be AN ARRIVAL.... Frunortbe Grape Fruit and I handsome set of ware,' -POLH
ebotmtQuality that U eshlllaratlng. pleasant fGet a
4 4 had them laid out on his table or, came to port last Sunday moat popular A JIB.UIllt"
rather, board be took up some pack- & Indoor gang for noualx tter Tangerines... .... and -lpful. A choice line of worth $7.50, free. See Gruber- U
aces and holding up one. passed THERE queerest little craft -Kean! anal bright-no seals or ru.t. Morris Hardware Go's advertisementin I .:
Inch of rigging OILI -
y around the ring dragging one leg I looked an and looked and laughed AND GtNTLEMEN. 'BOX TRADE FRUITS, CANDIES & TOBACCO last Saturday's Ouzet e-T ews for Two Dead and .Two Dying asResaltof "
after the other the way circus people IADIES WIII.tt,1Jd to shipping.! I
fi I It seemed so curious that she I SOLICITED !ITic-v Kn..."... ..... particulars. .
i do, drawling: 011 the 11M. Fierce Fight Iaj
Should cross the Afternoon and evening. GEORGE H. MUNROEGROWER
celebrated cakes D. Mitchell and family III e -
"These popcorn moor herself within my room- Drop In for a goal time. A. "

are made of'popcorn grown In the val I ily. daughter oh. my daughter I $TfXT.f : U6 S. KIUOEWUOU A.NU!AVE.-lMtuo SHIPPER FuaN BKACII HTRKhrr. P. I..ADAK.People wick Pa have rented th tu.b ih..,I Kansas City. 7 7i 7r

-, of Cashmere under the glow of the Yet by these presents, witness all." NO. II. BKACH : R. I.. Smith agency, the .Krfid Malcyoott&ge : .

%radiant faces of the moat beautiful She's welcome fifty times - on .South I'iiiinett t nveiiUf I i t
women of the world. Only 5 cents: a And comes consigned to hope and tore TOBENODREOPENHEETSPECIALTIES [
and will it during the se -
meter rhymes.She 1 bl"Cupy
fresh and lua- An4 common
.- package. Warranted .. .(1NfH.N.NN.NfNN
e the streets Orangeavenue I r t.
slow to the taste.* has no manifest.but this: on near 503. "

""What do you know about the Tale No flag floats o'er the water. I. : Make your youngster J Tuesday night were startledby M. M. IV.nd was over from 1'c.- I! rev traIl.t Press) t.
of Cashmere called urn Beach, buying She's rather new for British Uoyd'sMy a loud report Bounding; like an '
y tIrs4
K \X>.VS: CITY Dec. 9
daughter oh. my daughter : happy with aBrownie Land Tnes*lay accompuui'fl 'lie) ,I is !
of the : The of the
a package popcorn. explosion. cause reportwas i ieriou.
libnd.and his ii'ule.M. ns dear?. two dying and one .
eo Mother's got a book of poems by a Ring out wild bells-and tame ones too. a muffler blowing off at the father E W. *
"F Mickey called Tom Moore.* said the Ring out the lovers moon. J. frond, >f Lake Helen, miking ;* iy hurt its the result of &i
Ring In the little worsted socks: Oliver Garage, while a charge .was fight between the police anti a"ero"i
fellow, banding; up toe chance. And Ring In tbe bib and apoolLi I CameraThere's !; being made, about ten o'clock. The the trip in Mrs. Ikmd'a anlomuLil.Thft .'. :
: fanatics known asy'
be.strutted. on with. "Uere'.fuur celebrated party spent the day I here. religious ; .
popcorn cakes grown on, theN i Ring out the muse ring In the nurse only 1 damage caused was a broken t"tS." the; poUr e _ .

fertile plains of falwtlne,* etc. Ring with In the milk and and water.Ink- : window pane, no one being.injured. An elderly woua.in: a visitor.t. ..rhe! .vrvod notice'to'.allR bandi: tha
Away paper pen
The audience began; to guy; him good'I' 11T daughter, ob, my daughter I I t ,ho better fun for { city fell Tuesday evening on iTTith" I found refuge for years 'ia Lanat
aaturedly but be smiled at any one George W. Cable. E. S. Hall,the prominent architect the children than picture 9 Beach hut rcrtunh.t'a"' hereafter will?
I H.I I he'S and wife, of Xew York street that street meetings ..
I doing so with a bewitching smile. Indeed and builder, is the first to come up : taking, and any boy or girl not iniu.e 1. Thetauseof .the all_ "
PARADISE.THOU .- arrived in Daytona Tuesday evening hx permitted.
every one was watching; him and TO ONE IN and leave hi* autograph on a check t can make good pictures \>ith J the ite in the sidewalk in j :
I r-
walt that all to me. lore. from Cocoa making the trip in was
where next his celebrated
wondering fur his add in the Daily News Brownie. '
which my soul did pine good a front of the store at this poll t, wh c.
popcorn would) come from. lIe continued n Isle In the sea. love. i : tl eir private yacht, the "Kiwi. SC900L BOARD MEETS.. -
y his rounds till there was a and a shrine The Daily News received an appreciated PRICE $$1.00 10 $$9.00. : aviug their yacht at the Halifax she failed to.see.Commencing ; Ai
flourish of half a dozen dingy braaa' An wreathed with fairy fruits call from prince of nobly liver Yacht Club :Mr.\ and Mrs.
a the 'Gati
mine. Saturday r
And all the flowers were
Instruments, and the performance com Huckejes. T. Ewing Miller last' i Ives spent the night at the Des- moving picture show will give two II I unit Will;

'1 menced. Ah. dream too bright to last ....... Mr. Miller is now one of the, We base the largest pl ind and started this morning forSt.
that didst arise night. Z matinees' each wfek-W'ednPllaJ
of Ah. hope
-The 0011 attractive feature starry I II I
fall and last a.M>rtmeat that the actors were fine But to be overcast! first to arrive in the t<> and Saturday, at. 3:30' Childrrn
show was t
I anil
A voice from out the future cries: A cordial there they will return to Daytona.Mr I I Routine Business Transacted
in the
men. They seemed rather ** depart spring. Sunder fire of when '
looking the acvnu -
young "On. on! -but o'er past Eastman Kodaks | years age. *
her has been in Cocoa for
their performance con Dim spirit hovering lies welcome always awaits him. some ,
gulf )
amateurish, ( my i panted by an attendant will l lie admitted Ormond School Property
slating principally of gymnastic stunts.'We Mute motionless aghast! : days past looking after bis interests I free. Tbe admission price
'South of Jacksonville.
stayed till the end. however, tbe For. alas. alas with me J. F. brown Las arrived in D.1Yi i in orange groves there. for children under ten will} be Bought and PaW For.
t girls of our party being Interested lu I The light of ute Is o'er! tona from Springfield f Massachusetts i : : years
of the No more-no more-no more I five cents. The County School Board held their]
the fine appearance where he has been the
Such language holds the solemn sea past I Gardiner's i "D.1 l" the
( Matthews geneial
: proprietor I I monthly) sc ion in DeLand Monday ud
AJaxea. To the sands upon the shore)- summer. 3T1 Brown expects to heassociated I
"We had gone home and I was dreaa- Shall bloom the thunder blasted tree this winter with w.1' : Store. of the City Hotel. takes I Tuesday Messrs. Chandler Prevail ai *...
tag for dinner when, looking out of my Or the stricken eagle soar! Art II gieit interest in the squirrels which Flattened Cake Came Back. Crouch present. ':
and will
...Indnw. I saw a young man dressed In And all my days are trances. do Hoxby outside, the work photographer he did, last win l i make their home about that house Quite a crowd of ladies thronged the !II Routine business such as drawing>!,rvouchers t'
J of faihl.on'coming up the dreams as Developing and : I II '
the height And all my nightly and provides a tin drinking fountain Gruber-Morris establishment yesterday for the teachers etc.. vti
In a few minutes Susan bandedme Are where thy dark eye glances ter. :
walk. :
; note of Introductionfrom And where thy footstep gleamsIn I Printing for Amateurs. and feeding boxes on the grand i to learn about cake making and wine s transacted. They took over the

: a card friend.and a Adele Perkins. As what ethereal dances. W. G. Hobbs recently completed' !........................: I aid live oak which towers in front the exhibition of the Majestic Range. 1 i mood school property consisting fJl"

soon aa my 1 had flnUhed my toilet 1 went By what" eternal Edgar streams Allan Poe. I a very handsome settle of black C')-: I of the h tel and which is the favorite On fbedulo time the ladies did the'building and two lots paying $1,250 for .

t down Into the drawing room to greet press for use in his own home. The I -- -- I. playground for a dozen or more cake walk stunt and as there were some the pwpertydrawing voucher for san*.. '
I .
caller. """ CONTENTMENT. used was selected for its exceptionally -' of the interesting' ; little creatures. housewives .
the cypress pretty husky in the thnng'the Mr. Crouch went over in his automobile
; "I never was so puzzled in my life.I S" OME have have too and much seek yet no still more.do crave. f beautiful grain and Mr i I All copy for change of advertisements -|I They have learned that they are cake was made to look like an e I and ports the road near this city .

:' was sure I bad seen the man before They I UUle are but poor though much- they llobte being an expert calm et ; in the Daily News must 1 I welcome and that a piece of cocoanut : pocketbook after tbe boll ays. in a deplorable condition. Road out la
% bat where I could not telL I was lookIng have. maker has wi rked it up to the lx>I'\t ',; be sent in net later than 3KJo'clock > : : peanuts or something else forth The occasion of much 11ft.
t him. I. was one merriment Ararat i U the worst > not a pliftbetween
rain to little store. (ever
in place rich with
And I
: at him trying am advantage in tine piece of the day preceeding which ,|; h m to nibble at i is always awaiting
smile. 1 rich they beg. I give; very I and the good /1. the
when his face lighted up with a They poor. ; I I range got a & town and the Mount whets a
Then the truth-the undeniable truth- Chsy Uck. I have; they pine.- I live.Shakespeare.. : furniture. the ad. i is to appear. th. ir pleasure on the big oak. ladies a treat. modem ark could rest.

brole In upon me. lIe..u the poo- ,

t corn"Heavenar seller of!* the exclaimed circus.** tbe listener '"

i1',: raising"There her be bands.stood evidently enjoying 1 OF W"T E CONRAD Wi".r1 I

my my surprise baud;, drew while back.I*, who/bad extended sell- _ GROCERY COMPANYAMOUR'S

"*1 haven't come. be said. to

you from a the cake sunny of the land celebrated of Brazil popcorn I hare m I DAILY MARKET QUOT A TIO I Srrlluur :

come to call upon the friend of my .\ Star Ham . ...., ........ tt 17c. I It.

eonaln. to Adele be treated Perkins.aa a guest But before I will .. Picnic .... .. ............ 12Jc THE NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY'S I

asking explain that 'the company of performers Naked Ham ......'..... ................... 14c.

you saw today are all fellow students Strip Bacon .................. IS. 25, and 2Sc. ...

I of mine at college. They need Armour's Simon Pure Lard, in pails, R0.

r what they make in this manner to enable : 3 lbs 53c., 5 Iba Sjc, 10 Its 51.GO CAKES :
'! them to pursue their studies. I. and Bacon Armour Sliced: Star Ham, in cans... 30c. : I

I Ii it"I'I !: on the contrary,In have been month.born Bat with 1 Star Hams Elgin Butter. best print.................. SSe: ; I ;.t

i a sljfer spoon my father Jaae Storage Butter in prlats........ 33c. I

t f being am _a of practical the same 1 chap mind and as myself my prefers Pride Oleo in rolls ..................._...... 30c. i.: .

that I shall work uiy way through Eggs freah............. ....................... 40c. -

college aa a preparation for the duties Simon Pure Lard in Pails Fox River Eggs .... ........................ 3Sc. ,

that-are expected to fall to me when Storage Eggs.................................. 3. c. EXCEL ALL \ j

f 1 hare finished my education. I hare :. X. Y. State Cream Cheese............... 20c. OTHERS

{ therefore joined my churns as pop English Walnuts tt>... new crop...... :oc.
corn' seller and make bold to say that Brazil .. .... II

t I keep up my end of the profits. A few of the Imported Goodswe Almond; :::::: :::::::: .......:." :::::::::.-.. 20c.20c. 1
imagine my astonishment -
f, "My dear at you hearing this bowling SCUDDER'SMAPLE Mixed Suto........ .................,...... 20c.r .

l'k swell tell how he came to be a member have in stock: lorida Pecans.... ..................... 2-Sc.

k t of a circus roml&n,. 1 invited Extra Large Pecaaa,....................... 40tShelltd -. t iS
t I him to dinner, but be declined because I Lucca and RodicrOlive Oil, SYRUP : Almond.............................. GOc.vttled : 1
be would be too Iaieine----- I3e. tt, 2 for _>>. .
for if be the accepted evening performance.After 1.. A. Price's String Beans Lima Beans and Extra <(< uT-iijts, .... ,.......... ....,..1312 for J.'w. -..
\l ,I.,ga: 'lu< >trt- RngOp9..2i and : rl,
dinner I returned to my room. Large Asparagus.Ferric's DELICACY \ > ii-c.fs.. 'ed 'JOo.l (. / ,
A TABLE 1 -.4i"ra ff } "M .
4 feigning a headache and. taking a Brand Mushrooms, .Pi-.fhi:; :.- --- .. ::::: ::::::::::::::: > :l l.V / a;
q oct a back door and I'. ,
maid slipped -,. .
' i i went to the circus. We bad barely Dr. Orays Chutney. OffiFA'SID L S[ D DI'i"t < .' ,r'r| .l.>:xi-f-': :!! ;. K India w.I .

r got seated when the popcorn seller i ( 'r-.i M 'rlli, .. .... ..,...1 I ",. I and Ceylon :::
bear : Cruse & HtackucU's Line cf Pickles &c. <,.. *- ...... Comes ..
a strutted by, I was curious to -. i!;i fL.:0.: : I- l.ilfii lmi... j"-r, pi' i ::' ..(., In pack 0.Y e. with the name TETLEYoiTEA .
li. tii..i f h.
Yo here his** popcorn would come from r+ The above are all in glass. xWe t.1131111. in (Ilsi-s ;)0. ril Sf.il.lMli I! .... .. ... Mil!< %,-ur-titilK Thla n&nle 18 synonymous with PURITY 'at ::

this Ume. also have Swiss and Pineapple Cheese. Sardines tluatts! in Tin -Jy<'. lVls t 'H .......-.... '" ............ //H-. *urnli lions of tea drinkers will testify as sell- A.

-Wberer"From hills nestling about Half Cabin. Tin...... ...... .....70V. Ti.matixs .... ." H..HHHH'..... 10( -. quart y.l.:.
the shining and other items. Pins H' H 'H.' ........ ..,.10 and 15c each
the south pole." many C.allors, in Tin.$1.30IWWW.WWWWWMWI Cranberries..... ......:oc. 2 quarts for 3.c. i: A.-.. I
"And the denouement I at.
t' 1 nVer could banish the popcorn MMw wMwS ..Yw .... JA'vI'i...Y>\ \"' I., Irm.wa.mm -.
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