Title: Daytona Daily News
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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 10, 1908
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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: VID00186
Source Institution: University of Florida
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I AN>{YStiREr ODVfR PiDk THE STEEL 1$101,500'$

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!FOICQMEAj Castro Franx Josef Prince Ferdinand After an honorable and satisfactory The Board of Bond Trustees met TRUST 1 I BONDS w

[r et al, take notice; will please sldr-tep service of twenty-four years Mrs. Eliza- Wednesday afternoon and it was decided 1
SVEDsio the Um light and give Tom Wetherell, beth P. Hasty, the bright, dignified, to advertise for bids for the bonds !

t Marshal and Collector Municipality of ('fficitnt.post misttess at Ponce Park resigns voted by the electorate of the city of

BEAUTYSPOT $ Holly Hill a chance to pose! and Capt.. J H Ellison proprietorof Daytona August 24, hut,for the purpose ENLARGING.United APPROVED

A "wow and a wumpua" is on, the the Park Hotel, assumes charge. of installing a system of water- .

. marshal, and collector seems to hold a While the change will In no wife impairthe works. ,

A Plan'Outlined.4 l for. _Making the Suit Also Instituted Atalnst N. E. key,to the situation. He thinks the city service there are many who will feela The Board prepared data and will States Steel CorporationTakes County Commissioners at Regular

council of Holly Hill are not appropriating tinge of sadness to note the passing ofa send it out at once. Bids will be re I I '
island, 'a Beautiful" ;Uttlc -. Hunt of Port Orange by. Rev. the funds as judiciously M they might face and figure long familiar to Ponce ceived until January 11, at 2 p. m. for Over Subsidiary Steel t II I Meeting Pass on Officers "

Park. : C. E. Parso s. so" be forestalls future proceedings by Park people and Ponce Park visitors. $50,000 worth of 5 per cent. 30 year CarCompanies. Bonds of Vol usia.
depositing the town funds la the Merchants Capt. Nathaniel Hasty and wife came bonds. All bids must accompanied i

Bank in his own name and subject to Ponce Park about twenty-seven years by cashier's or certified check for 1 percent

I H1ILMAN MI118( HAS IDEAS. ALLEGED MAtICIOIIS.PROSCIJ1IO, [ only to his own order ago when there was but one clearing and of the face of the bonds bid for. MILLIONS ARE INVOLVED i [ IS 1 IT.ly 1. VERY LITTLE[ [ OTHER BUSINESS.At r

It'waa.. at Wednesday night's session grove of note, that of Capt. llurtoli Pa The data prepared by the Board I

of the council meet when bills! were approved cetti. They secured a homestead and shows that the assessed valuation of
One hundred thousand visitors to [Hjr: T11t'pholHl.JDELAND.Dee. ( and ordered paid that Wetherell afterwards added by purchase till their Daytona property is 91.2S8.290. while ( Tult-U Hr.M"" ] I II the meeting of the Board of County

Pay ton a have looked across at the unrtgatly 10-Last night a lull exploded the bomb which has set Day tract grew to something like 200 acres. the estimated value Is $5,000,000. The I PITTSBUHG, I 1W. 10........A transaction Commissioners bonds were approved'
filed in the office of the Clerk off the
old island, tbeq turned away was ton a', little northern suburb all agog. They soon after acquired the postoffice, rate of taxation at the present time Is involving millions of dollars has the amount of$407.500. ,
with particular impression' or withAn Circuit Court against Elmer Olive, of Just what the outcome will be no one which they retained through all administrations 15 mills. The present bonded indebtedness I been closed In New York, whereby the i i l.ittJ'otber business of any import,:

i unpleasant impression, and mayhap Day tona. Another suit WAS instituted seems able to surmise, as it ia. volvea fine till Wednesday when after of the city ia only $16.500 although -! United States Steel corporation takes :juice; was transacted.The .

often an offended( olfactory sense for the against N. E. Hunt 'of Port Orange. legal points, and the local disciples of due notice of a' wish on Mrs. Ilasly'spart $35,000 school bonds have been<< over the Standard S e*>l Car Company, bonds approved and the sureties

i shoe U any thing bu t clean and sanl tary. Ilev C. E. Parsons, pastor of the M. E. Blaclutone refuse to commit themselves to retire,rapt. Ellison was formally voted in addition to the waterworks with plants at Butler and New Castle,! are as follows: >

A breeding ground for amphibians a church at Daytona Beach, is the plain- no retainers having yet been produced. inducted into office. Mrs. Hasty' long bonds. Pa., and Hammond, Incf., and the J. Lee McCrory County Judge, :for x
for tacking: with tiff in both suits. Damages are asked $3.000. with W. D. Haynes( V M.
hatchery masquitw, service was marked by the most efficientand Pressed Steel Car Company with various $500. ,;
and offensive two best of fetch defendant In the sum of $20.000 Fountain $500 J. F. Allen $500 R D.
filth to your painstaking care and satisfactory plants in Pennsylvania. The two absorbed ,
sense, there .U little excuse for Its for alleged malicious prosecution. Sometime service. companies are the largest concerns McDonald $500, J. B. Taylor $500.0. i;

further existence in IU present shape ago Mr. Parsons wag arrested on a flEEINGTO 'The pioneers of the Ponce Park settlement in the world manufacturing-si I Icarll. A. Drtka, $500 as sureties.

In the face of the splendid improve warrant based upon an affidavit ot! Mr. were Captain and Mrs liartoli Pa-; DAVISNOT A.0. Botts,Superintendent o( Schools,

mcnls everywhere eke it seems a little Oliver on the charge P( grand larceny. cetti. They hewed themselves out a for $1000. with Y. M. Fpuntaiuand.W. "+

trange 4.be old island should have The case was nolle ,pressed Tuesday.Mr SAVE home there about a half century ago, Haynes as sureties. r

weatb 'OOj.O1t a 1 these yean withouta ; Parsons "\.. also aitested on the. had a beautiful grove, kept a delightful RETURNING VISITORS Er L..Smith;Shei-iff. for $ ,000,>with,

kindly' .huh pr H" .rnrouraglng word charge of concealing stoleq l property On lodge for fishermen and tourists, and T. E; FiAgerald $500 Louis Adieus! VG00k

bidding, fall'1G .l lth the opw'ard and jrAffidatrit sworn to by N. E. Hunt-- thousands of tourists: not only throughout mm TO ORMOND. L. Thompson $500..'CbxClL Clkrk .1
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Port' Orangt. Mr. Parsons WM discharged HIS .NECK. !
upward I'rocesaorts: la this at the preliminary the North! but from fpigu shores, -,: . - .iOO.() E..L. Potter $1000, B. F. Hough..
It U more and more put of harmony rue have enjoyed their hospitality and luxuriated $500. It S Maley $1000. E. WhiU $I.-
l be/ore Justice Kara time lie
with the surroundings year by year. some ago. in the superbly prcpau-4 I fish: I 000, C. M, Bingham $1000, as sureties.S. .

Everything else taking on new life and \\'ILS-agaln arrested at DeLand yester- President Castro of Venezuela Now dinners for which Mrs. Pacetti was celebrated Jury in The Ruskin Murder Trial County Seat Removal Petition Has i B. Wilson, Tax Assessor: for 11000i1h ," a.

beauty shows it by contrast at greaterdisadvantage. da\ and held again before discharged Judge McCrory.The at the preliminary Sojourning In Sunny Fance If she were a mind to set a dish Returned Its Verdict This Been in CirculatiouI I \\ W D Haynes and Z T. Birlby as
If there Is no likelihood: of bated cavalle before you it would l II e I sureties
of I it and making of i it what declarations in the above case would make Other Events.
taking up Landed Today.KING so deliciously prepared you Morning. Gt-o. W. Bristol. Clerk of Criminal
have not been filed, but the allegations -
f it* possibilities suggest to even a super., yet oath it were She, too. is slowing I
will probably be based on the pompano. OKMOND, 1)(>(-. -Mr. and Mrs. Court, for $1000 with F. A. Storer andII. 5
feinl observer, why not give it a little I t I down hating given the active management John Adams Riley who will J. \Vilmshurst as sureties. : .
"mental treat.menU" Take it up in I facts above stated. OFFERED NO OPPOSITION. of their hotel over to her son HAS" BEEN[[ ON I TRIAL AT OMAHA." theif home Britian occupy I
new on avenue, arrived Samuel D. Jordan, Clerk of Circuit
your thoughts and imagine! all sorts of I Gomez and wife.
Saturday for the winter. Court for $5000, with C. A. Miller for
transformations of It; Imagine and if you I fOWL WORK 1 WEll NO I IUENS. fay United Praa.l Capt.' Hasty passed over the river last OMAHA, NEB., l>.-c. 10-After an We noticed on our streets! this: week I $1000 J. F. Allen for $1000, W, S. Taylor -
like, a seawall, substantial artistic i ( apt. Pact'tti preceded him having -
you Dec. 10 year Mr. Griffin of Danby Conn. MrTGrillin
BORDERAUX. FRANCE all night session the jury that was to $1000 S. W. Johnson $1000. A. II,
built around it somewhat out in M A STRIKE. President Castro of Venf'zueJalaoiJed made the journey in 1898. They decide the fate of Charles F. Davis, accused is a noted fisherman and can be seen; Woodall $1000, as sureties t
the surrounding water; imagine this both conspicuous figures and will
were "
here this afternoon from morning before sunrise promenading -
Guadtlope. with the murder of Dr. Frederick: any
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II Smith Tax Collector for
$35-
seawall find to IU top within; imagine, long be recall.il to m mor)'. ,
as Councilman Mills suggests that a X M I No opposition was offered by the crown The government lighthouse at Ponce I Ruskin, as a result of a suicide pact the bridge trolling for trout or buy*. 000. with (J. A Dreka for $5000. J. F.
his A able sermon was preached at
to disembarking. this morning returned a verdict of not very
dredge cut in from the west side from a : Eggs Now 4Sc. and ScarceNewYork Park was begun about 1SS4 and finishedin I the Union Church Sunday morning byIlev. Allen $3000, W. D. Haynes $3000 V.

point not reinote from the foot of Mag- i 87. Chas. Jones and family drifted I guilty Will McC[ formerly of Key: }1. Fountain $3000 M. Davis $3000, E.
and East Report a Cannon and Taft May Agree. --- ---- uary 'I T. Conrad $3000, II. Schmidt $1000 W. 4p
lake hoi
small from D C. about
nolia avenue; imagine a down Washington Wefct who will soon take up the t-vuu- .
!towed out in the marshy center; now Famine. (Rv iTi lted PIVSS.) that time and has remained ever since. gtlhticork on the launch, Kvuugel; up I ShyrockJOOO, W. P WilkiniK $2-
', the W WASHINGTON Dec. ID-President- Mrs. Jones the oldest WAR WITH i 000 J. P Ditson $1000, Zelia Sams $5.-
build you a rustic fro bridge across Mr. and are now and down the East Coast and St Johns
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The country is now clamoring as never I 000 Wm. Laws :$5000. Jonathan Clifton
path whither the" dredge has cut in; elect Taft and Speaker Cannon will hold couple at the settlement. It has never I h'er.'cning services will In- coi-l:
before for eggs and this. popular food is I $1000. W\ McKenzie $1000 John
b-gild! you graciful curving walks set on another conference this afternoon and been more than a Mttleirent and no ducted by him during the week.Frank |
about as scarce locally as the gallinaceous unless all fail it. Is likely that : Simla $1000. Frank W. Sams $2000, R.
the sides with palmetto trees and other signs effort has been made to make a resort of '' SER VIA the
Colby a chimney
It t put up ou
birds' masticating apparatus. J .
flourish Cannon will look at the tariff revision S. Maley $2000: as surcti
trees and shrubs w1li.hou''" dozen. it heretofore, but now Mrs. Hasty consents east end of his house- this \vfek. The !
there; drop in some flower beds and a readily commands 45c per indifferent to question from the same angle as Taft for the property to be divided up\ "'orkas done by G. A. Carleton. ;| J. J. Vinzant, County Treasurer for

hundred quaint and interesting thing:* The pullets seem totally does into lots and the probability i.s Ponce held in $47 000, with M. Davis $1000 G. A.
Friday evening a meeting was j
the strained situation and any coaxing I CERTAIN. Dr .ka $4000. B. E. Prevatt 1500 C E.Blan .
fancy suggests; arrange some easy, restful shell meat Park will become<< a prettylittle resort the \'. I. A. rooms under the auspices of j ,
with parched corn oyster it is of the best .- :$2000. V. M. Fountain $1500 W.
town as one fishing
seats.It choice 0. A. Foye added a fine sorrel to the Ormond Citizens League to discussthe j
and scraps and other scraps recommended his large stock of horses Monday.The points on the coast. of hall location \ I). Haynes. $1000 Wm. Best $2000, G.
wouldn't be bad to have a cove : question a new town
equally
for egg production seems A Davis $2000, S. A. Wood $2000, Z. T. JBi.lby
from the Cranor Stock Owners Fearing Inevitable I
dock somewhere and a deep channel animal came etc i ; .
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unavailing.New $2000, J.P.. Mace $2000 \\ S. |
carved to the main river channel. week only 30.- livery at DeLand. A petition to have the county scat'
York received last Slump Are Insuring Against I Thayer $1500, C. D. Landis $1000, J. H. I
moved to the East Coast U being freely ,1
could be ;
The west side of the island 000 cases and consumed 80,000 cases. a Tatum $1000, T. N. Page $10)0, T. L -
I. ft without soawall gradually sloping At this rate they will be on a diet of New England House Sold. ; Outbreak-With Lloyds. eicrulated about town and b being Osteen $1000. Ellis G. Blake $2000, 8. 'J
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signed by nearly
down the water's edge and grassed. and. brisket roasts in very --- every
to pork chops W. Allen 11000. A. C. Haynes $1000 J.
located
The New England House on Frank Colby his wife, Mrs. Smythe
There light crafts could run their noses s'tort order. South Palmetto has been sold 1 CHANCE FOR SETTLEMENT.i [ R. Taylor $1(00, J. F. Allen $1000 It.
avenue
and Miss Stanley went to Daytona in
of and with such If it is not convenient for to
the meats you
land and await pleasure With the staple
up on .1 M. Bond $2000.: A. S. Munson $WOO II.
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t the C. II. Mansfield to W. C.
by launch Mrs.
I and clams Day owner call or semi for what you wantdon't the Buster Brown,Tuesday
fish oysters
their owners. adjuncts as II \Vilmhurst $1500, Chas. A. Miller $2.-
Branch and Mr. and Mrs. Branch will "
hesitate but fall (jr'and _
This is feebly a sort of outline of what tona can hold out indefinitely against assume the management. Mr. Branch just up i Hy CulUtl Prc....> 000 .\. I). McBride $7000, as bureliea.

'ouncilman Milk has had in mind for I the hens and crow whether they cackleor I hails originally from the Nutmeg State ou'line we will ami gladly) )we'll send do it anythingin LONDON, 'I>"'c. 10.-War between f} F. M. Call will conduct a fruit The following official bonds were examined -

yean and he longs to see initiatory[ not lt 'em do their wont. I but at present claims no settled abode, too. promptly Austria and Servia<< Is considered so imiuent store in the building he is having! I and duly approved;

. 'l.epeln this direction lie has spoken Parties returning from Ponce having for years been traveling about I that property owners of stocks and remodeled on Magnolia avenue weft Alfred Howard, Notary Public I

of the matter to a goodly number of I'ark report the fishing at that place the country. Enticed by the beauties HANKINS, The Druggist, lands, fearing tht inevitable slump that j of the palmetto log building, snaking "V. \\'. Gould Notary Public.

I prominent citizens, and so far, without as excellent. Roe mullett are more of Daytona he has finally decided to I AT THE PLACE accompanies war, began insuring ; a specialty of taking orders for W. B. Woodward Constable District ,j

exception, they have promised sultttantial numerous than for many years patt. I settlle down Where Volusia Meets Beach. against an outbreak with Lloyd's today. \ future No. 10.Joon. .

1 aid. I dtli'eries.'I A. Bradley Justice of the Peace,

i If the building and beautifying of the District No. 3.

old island were aggressively taken hold I J. W. Winn, Constable, Dist. Na 7.

of and energetically pushed it would .< t. F. Edwards, Justice of the Peace.

from unsightliness and .'. :.':' .. ()ist. No 5.
anon emerge .. -\ti .
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squalor to "a thing of beauty and a joy : :.<'. '. t \.J'' ., :. "' Clark U. Smith CunstabIeDi.st. Xo I?.
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forever" '. I Henry T. Titua Justice of the IVaceT
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Yes "mental treatment" Is now in ._,:.: ;.. >?<. No. 8.i .
order.: It has often been paid that if i ,".1! Taylor Justice
think a thing long enough, and wish r6
you (Cl.a.J.u.s.. CoacUbk, DuL\ No G.
will eventually -
tot"";. for It earnestly enough, you
wish. M (;\Vililla.. lustier Dist. No. 12
of the
rnjoy the reality '. *' .I..his ('oo Dist No f3..I .
Mr. Mill,.. .4i-V"-lf '* -: K5S Myers, >>uL1e.
The DAly News is with'vou, % *j. j* "*rv'V *-* ** *
.I I P. Turner Justice of the Pear,

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;IT V- 'f4,i*j.,jff iM MiidJfiiluk*Jt r Jc -**'-;''
Will Ask Cefinite Legislation. ., M O. Carsey, Justice of the Pease.I. .

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line I I. M. Uurshen Justice of tttoi. Date
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nedefuiteartion by I. l I X n. 5.
with the plan fors() It
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prevemenle waterway the HI t ronferrnn i t I I After "Adam iod."
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viith i the man answering:; the Jr-julrIUIlI1 l
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.. of Jet es Stuart kiMiun as: 'Aduia Goal .
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J T. K. KmoKKAUK. Kdltor-Manager. t; :
FOR 'MEN;_ ARE ALWAYS CORRECT L. C. Dslusta: :. City Editor.O. ,l.:1!- : ..L1.s.! )ra .... lItyed
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? The Palmetto Club is Enlisted In I ft. Hassle,Cirralattoto Maoagrr.GBO. tt2? nPnsN were IMIft, less;,a. e'.i$' ;; '-r.: ..< ;. .

<: (And we..haye'. received > new lino of Dart Scaffner; Marx maie, ,I i I J .".CmoccH. Superintendent. t'-:'n"*'>JPe'al" -:-suf... "-placezr foijtJf1: dj1.q&. .. 0
Work .Combattinr the Application pending roe entryat the f asItia.. ::
both single and doable breasted. 'i'td.-lM aecpOs>
: postofflre at Itaytona Florida a and
'were 0"1.1. : : .
t crood clam mail.matttr.BUSINESS De and call at oar store one __ : ; : 'the-cotnlart
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White I | sore raised br. l W.
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'TheY are priced at $18 and$'!), which Is> very low for the quality. Plague. day this week. Crnber-3loms -"-.I raoae.- tI lias-besai--,.t'" .; "pt.i. .' ,

4 K. vf WHY Doerr You LOOK .I You can get the Red Cruse stamps Hardware Ca tags owned and oceej&xf: ,"iaw! : -";1'cases.by_ ; 4he'lnd, -

now of the members of the almetto __.I and taadeAMB-w, out:: utLuck *;. U' .
BROS. : Club. It is idea to :I The Sunday school ui the First b ron -1' "otof .. ,.
ANTIIONY a capital get them nice I ," /ottane"'and' goqd r aw hare.had m_ ..:.
DOW,and seal your boxes and package Baptist chnnh: ia arranging a I
: going to distant .friends with these I: AND .. program for their Christmas enter to do .r.h'. than m nr imagine.. When ,mau begTaato. .,

i 'I: ,. Who are never .satisfied" unless yon are. I: .tamp*. In so doing you are not only i PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS tainment. They will hare a good less than he mskes.his "cood fortune begins. hw .I l lnck +

'.' ' "." ," " .".' "Ii.... "...!..... !!' helping a great cause,but it gives a nat i I old fashioned Christmas tree. lira and hU -star". 'looks. smilingly down upon hint. 1:,.
: seal, looks artistic and is face evidence: I 0 ,
'IF 'I tThe Majestic Mfg. Co. of St; < : -
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of your sympathy aDd co-operation in a ... "

:f movement which is righteously sweeping -I & Morris Louis Mo.Hardware, hare a CoV man at store faber this- We percent :,on savings depositsand"? :aj' |

N ; I the length and breadth of the land. Nlaaaa.............a pay 4 _
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1iiAOVO&COMPAY1r : & & ,
: Up in little Delaware where the i I,: . .week showing the Majestic Rangein you towl'thdrativtheaccountat any time. ;
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and
:I move fa said to have had its origin, a'I: F. w. POPE : actual operation, baking F :
I I'I I serving biscuits to )larce crowds.
_ great work has been accomplished and I j II: Attorney and Counsellor at J I; ; I

: :'I the good work is rapidly spreading | Law. i bookkeeper an I Accountant
,LADIES' HATTERS I INo. I I I- Practice In State and Fedtrol (Court : JJEipeit '
: thanks especially to the various women's .
. i! OFFICE OVER POSTOf FlCE. -Firms or indiriduals! desiring The Merchants: Bai
tY : chits of the country, to every section of Telephone t4 ,' books audited sets ..ofbooks
accounts :
\ 6 South Beach Street i I the country. j jI j'I :......................... or
balanced books
F I opened or :I '\
: The 1908 issue of stamps is now on T. K. Dtrg er U E. P. Oate 8 kept requiring only] ,a few hours 4 A. D.MCBBIDE, President., J. B. CONRAD, Ylee-I. -
''I hand and will be sold at one cent each will be served at :
daily weekly
FITZGERALD & GATES or ,
Latest Artistic
; Styles Workmanship :I Over four hundred thousand stamps small charge. Address A. C. Martin :S F. N. CONRAD Cashier; 3*5 -

i ; High Class Goods Low Prices were sold in leas than a month after ; Attorneys and Counsellors at Law Daytoca. 3-eot .r.................. ......)..
they were first printed, and the sale and Special Facilities for Examining and '

demand JIM been increasing rapidlyever Perfecting Land Titles. The News acknowledges a calls . "

.................. ................... .....1NMOfi. >l since the assurance that the move- Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone 1: from J. B. Fitzgerald Superintendent 4 ......................... .O....0.0..l1Ni -

: ment will become the greatest of any ............lalelelalg.ll. I of Koch Bros. Printing Co., 5 5 You MlllS ThUkSUUK -
S I i [) oines Iowa. He is STORE $ TblnJcof
thing in that line ever seen.' t'8 accompa- $
'." DR. G. A. KLOCK : /
: I nied by his wife daughter and THE SPOT CASH GROCERY 5 ICE VKCA1U .
Physician and Surgeon J mother-iII-lan, Mrs.' Barnes. They Two Poors South at tb. Pouoffic* J Z wbP lhpr >ou.wantsifttJ.ai |
: Have You Something To Sell? i : Special aiteollon liven to Ulveasea ....
oi3'E-1 } o/ Zi have taken view H. S.. MILLER TeJepbone Jlo.' w. deb.
tz.r I THE .1 Z the Eve aDd Kittinir af Uawt) an ocean cottage Proprietor g tudenra of reels 77 quarter
It is high time that those of you who i':'J Z Hour OClceovtrUtohr*:7 toHani. I to Clotblox Spin. 7 Mtore.tUlipm .9 north of Seaside Inn. The party You will aT* tmn by buy log bar ; .O THB BEST FOU.NTAI> S.reON .

hays Christmas stocks to sell be telling t| TIou {*by lclan of The ("III ndon. J are chanued with the varied beauties .1tM tto......O0.t.Ol1NN
the public about them through the i' .........................! of Davtona and environs, and lament :

Jx; I CLOTHING and SHOES Doily Mews and through the Gazette- E. L. STEWART the lost time in not having discovered ............. .. .. ....

I- I II News. It is conceded by the most experienced it sooner. r. p. -
Physician and
and by the very shrewdest NEW STOCKBamboo

4 Best Values in the City. business men in the world that advertising j Surg'eOn.to.pt'l'Iul .
___ pays handsome dividends. Why l attention to 111..a"t'.of K;>e, K:ltr. A Preserve Owner's Sick Trout.
Y I i Throat nitd Nose.! A man whose .>xpreitce! as a spore:: I.! FurnitureAND
AGENTS: not push your goods; now? The News Feurth DJOT Wet Pottorfice
man had been Iliuitinl to an oicnslon.nlday's ,
Ladies Red Cross-Children*' Educator-Men's Bostonian need hardly remind you that this is a Phone 'C1 ('all.anrwend---, fishing ID the luouiitalns Ijuu ht -
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I oor climate in which to carry leftoverstock .
SHOES a year. The circulation of the I .111111N1111.11.N11..1.. for himself .t 1)1with! a flue trout NOVELTIES
: D lily New is growing steadily; the best . preserve on J..'..;: IslaiuL lie J looked

.... ......i......... ... .......t...... !' -ople in town are reading it. An ad. : ROY HOWE, M. D. :; forward with great Inftrvst to the kt.ilottenm : JUST' RKCKIVED.
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eats you lOc a line. : Physician and Surgeon : ? day. as that would U his Aral -

..................... -_- / .. lllncratxl AvrillHopp.Itt-1oldt'II'KIUxr: Il'''Ho. I. .i .* Hours v to 11 BINGHAMrdMEY
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y II:;.,to H p. in. Telephone 175 first streak) of tlavll-bf rr.uiil: him COMPANY
lug hU house. nd li "..lilt.
SeabreezeNews i Doings .......................... A dry two lat.-r ., :
or ;;rtsm.-in friend '"
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l D. i at Daytona i luquintl as to eves! ll luck he had lice ad. : Furniture House.Furnishings. Ifodertai '
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O BeachDAYTONA CASCADE "I va tight pi'ty! nf IWfc.! and Myones. /; :................ ...........44' ..OO.4
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to," nc;> iidiiil tic.! WIKT of the
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4 J n. .in plenty of trou. -' "':: '
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O I in Hie I INCH I. hat tuy nil MVUI to U btlNO+.... !lltli... ,
r BEACH Pec. 10.-John Equals AnyImpurted "ie'..."
_. t 8EABREEZE,,tDec. 10.-Miss Byen, y son S:: Stewart have been awarded the but Is ma.JeIn "Why. trlwtV ti! .. mutter with !
of lioptinsrille Ky. arrived Monday .r. 4 % %. DAYTONA ICE CO IPANY
_ 1 I A contract to erect a store and hotel 0.,luna -- tht-tu?" 1t"a".1! te K[".-tsiiiii I Manager
:, and will spend the .A Inter at the home building for Charles Kupperbusch at 40c Pktiveredat:::. "\\-n."* ati.
of Mr. and Mrs. Haigh} having accept d'! 0NEV Palatka. Mr. Johnson returned from your Iwmc. "r. "1\, t4-i:: the trtitJi.:! "e were afraidto ;

the position as governess in the family I Palatka Monday having closed the DAYTOVAg11T1 eat t.Vu.' Thlr St: "'!'i U Itn! :'. and ') : Absolutely Pure- $
Y Messrs. Farrell Russell and Case spent L11111 ne\er Ke"iMii'l : I C E Made"
contract before leaving the city. WOIlKSPbone ;......:. from Distilled '
most of the day at the Inlet
yesterday, ca
i 5- Water.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hendricks, their .." ig& \
returning with a good catch of fish. .. ......................N son and family, prominent people from 'a! ."r.' .ktl'h11.:1: exdlhui,1 : } '" I IT f
made'the lisjHWt: MW Willl :l 1lub.Mthet ,
They trip in Mr.Tamil's boat. H. EUGENE JOHNSON auk a-. ,',
South Haven, Conn., have taken Mrs. tr..t, wih! (C: : Geo. P. Johnson, who is spending the Wright's cottage, on Peninsula! drive, Bicycle Livery. ? V.Kir .....iI.1 eiuptittt into the Dally, except
winter at Eustis, fa In the in SEASIDE INN ]. : Sunday to all parts of
ti city today and will spend the season here. Carrk-sa full lln"- of >>:w." sleet d I the Interest of some business project for W. J. Weston, State agent of the md out The! n-xt li-i-.i- you have any I SEABREEZE, CRMOND and DAYTONA BEACH.
Seabreexe. AND FFRXISHED COTTAGES. Jacksonville arrived I Bicycle Supplies and Sundries.Priors if th'U.xi ...' .u-k trout Just send; : Ice for Boats Delivered at Dock-Sacked
Metropolis, yesterday Klght. All work' juanuit'-nl. any or Loose.
Major Russell entertained his familyto I >t1KK afternoon and is registered at the Come and See. (UMJ them with[in to pl.-j-ure"me. au! XI'or"I'll eat theta Times for : OFFICE-Rear of Schantz Plant. 'Phone 46.3HH .

the fourth generation Sunday. His Seaside Inn. \V KST: KN Vm' (CKNTIIA BIUltti.l .K: --" ------ ................eeo. ...
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(I daughter grand-daughter and great Everything Modern, .I Little Miss;- Eunice Van Valzah celebrated el.1.11.lel.l.lOlela1aDR. A i:1: : jr4al3w.P5ks4m : .
crand- %ugbttr, Mrs Curtis, Mrs. Aus Homelike and Comfortable. her third birthday yesterday J dIdl..1
l1a. tin and little Miss Austin, spent several Directly on Atlantic Beach. evening by giving a dainty tea to twelveof = F.H.HOUQHTON : theuV""No l-reKS: yi u farorably. .: .0......N+Ni.ONO N.5..4.5444.....NN

hours very pleasantly at the Russeli Surf Bathing and Fishing. her little comrades.Mr. .: :: : tw'-t .!'ii.-.t a Matt;al.+w : THIS AD IS GOOD FOR :1 1
farm and returned home with Rector DENTIST : ".
a generous KKK a regular winter visitor, J \ wJiat'r'
I supply of flowers and fruits. was very ill the first part of the week as .,ltk. III f t.t'k HIO'k- .. ".\ LnnU'1n.: <. tiasn't any foun
a Mr. Knowlton informs us that Mr. S2.:)() PER DAY AND UP.HORACE a result of dining heartily on some can- Puo.xK.t2: \\>st .:...1 "fv.uth BrtiK- . (! ."-Newark Nfivs. Ii F500VOTEs -- r

and Mrs. E. C. Moulton, who made KsiK ned corned beef. Drs. Each and &- aaa..r..a.ra.ral.iNN

/friends the hannon were both in attendance, andMrs. A Prtalt.JubbWhy. I In the Bush
during two years tLey .N/N............... .J1:IIIIIJ', jou look as Ifyou'd : & Safford Piano Contest. s'
STEWART Rector alarmed
were in business here, are now locaUd was at his condition .
i at Landing, Idaho, where they have as the attack came on very sud- DR. EDITH B. SHOEMAKER grotvn four fet-t slurs I.last saw i CUT
DAYTONA IT
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BEACH FLORIDA you Jlmta lIuh! I wkbt I had. I'd : AND TAKE IT TOLYMAN'S 1
homesteaded_ a_fine tract of farm land denly during the night. However, he is ; esPS DENTIST : exhibit In a dime museum as the "hu .
f' ana are rajojmg 'u me in me open m a good deal better now, and his friends I <>m.-.. MOUTN: : man qu:\drupod" and
get a pOe of I:
I vm: to ,1, i Ill) 111.+ L G. i;
true western style. hope to sir him around again soon. %:'1'' '0 1.1 JI. III. money. I would.: GROCERY STORE
i Miss Lester was dining at the White SURF CRESTHouse Mr. and Mrs. H. T. elevens arrived 60 THIVD AYE. l'E. Tclepbunc 39HN ,!

i' House the other day when she discovered lut. l. From Broad head. ((Ties, yesterday afternoon '............ .......... The Intellect of the wise! U like glass; alai have him ,:?,?,hs nine; on It. i
fi thoroughly .no'.I I Then It
she bad lost her handbag containirgmeal for wen burl krut, coiiifortaltk und tlnely AA"Ut.-d; and have taken the Stewart cottage .',......................... fleets It admits It the ll;:ht of 'heaven and re :... For will count for 9u lots .
iMttbliiKand I
flshlni for the winter. This is their -Hare. / __ :
?' the realm.ticket She and considerable started coin for of Address Katra, |U"M to RM.CJii H.j wrday.F:. R.MU:RM, ond winter at Daytona Beach. pec* : OSTEOPATHY : = ......................".....;_ .. ... .-:;: .. a a . , _:.t
: immediately nytona Brach, Fla. DI(. J. C. hEKMAunder > yyy... .........'
", the beach ubre she had spent the Mr. and Mrs. Archie Swann, of Broad- : /raduatr A. T.still rounder" of .
I head, Wis., who in IhtwpxthyatAtrk+\'III*'. tl...v+un.
shining hours of the morning, but with got yesterday after- KKillTH HKA.HMX I IN |.\YToX \ .. When

little hope of recovering her property line Princess SssonaA :noon[ are located for the season at one ** wr.tufteachl IxM-ut' on Voluiluv.ft..opK" lt.-. iiuii dtiors! .. Making Purchases of

AS she had a long stroll and passed many _ ,.,....,... of the Brush beach cottages.Mrs. Phone #> Ijitlv lit Z'I:: thh. : J'ECk'.HENDRICKS
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comers and goers on the way. How i A mfr trtitif and# frame Iolru'lul'f'"Q"- Anna &..1.ett, who was here last ................... ..4 1EO. H. COMPANY DrygoJs R. H. 1

. '.. ttr io a short time she found it on a' thing m-w ..l rooms; all modern couvenk'iu-es: kH-atlon Ml.r.rel.l0a.lelaill...Sea I.. Q. L LYMAN M. ,
11 sand dune in full view of the stream of high and dry; iimr home table; rate per day Uoaud up; optrial *- DR. A. O'NEILL 1 rilE Furnishings. "
travel. QAZETTE-NEVVS
If. : at Daytona Bearh. :
; rate for ww+ou. A tidrru : COMPANY. GRUBER-t1tORRIS
Al>A W. Ir Iw f;!Rmt. Proprietor. t HARDWARE COAU'ANY ,.
1ANKINS.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Leeds The
rived from Miss Alice Daugharty won one of the Druggist.

,' Stamford, Conn. this afternoon, and Metropolii'contest prizes from the sixth Osteopath : BINGHAM & MALEY CO.. Furniture.

r r" will spend the ,,winter guests at the THE WHITE DOUSE i OUTAGES district. J Rf'.ldfln'e'olu la .t\' IIt;,. : Be
Office O.rD ersoii't! I aldt'Jr . sure and
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Princes Issen*. Mr. and Mrs. lb'tis Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Carkuff, of Sharon get your votes in
i, have passed several seasons here at I UAYTOJfA BEAt'lI. ."1. \. ]la.[ arrived m the city yesterday, and, J(........!........lOlelOie the

I' Seminole Lodge. Kooml. > airy, amid i-onipl.-tfly furuptodHtr. will, spend the winter here. \ instant Bush & Safford
.' t Mr and lire. McCLuiahaa arrived I at.l..d; u.odrrn. inyrcn.u.eot ,Lv+u and "' CATARRH .....Ih.n..raDd ........ Piano
I lAM-ntrUiMi is.ml>rrt-e. Aveuu.- Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bryant who arrived Trial trratw.colnuU.dera Contest.
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asbortdl.tancefrum.ttiautk.a KaU-n
f cm Holltdaysburg, Pa. last night, and
rmwDablf. ij:. I.. IO\V.\II I'roy. I from :New Sharon la., Tuesday, 1'4 1Uc:1e: Iwhor.torr,lit Broadwaj, elr York.FOUNTAIN t:
will spend the winter at their home on I have taken the Rogers cottage for the j;' @ OOf3

the Halifax, Halifax avenue. On entering Cason. ...at s..Nttt.NN.e.as.... ;

t f. their threshhold last night, Mr. and J. C. BUTLER & CO. .
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Ii Cottages and houses i
: rooming are rapidly LILY
;f lira. alcClanahan were very much surprised -
filling, and the boarding houses are I AM) s? WATER ELECTRICITY
I I l to find things in great disarray LIVERY TRANSFER mmrUCKS I
I REAL ESTATE getting: their pro rata of the transients, i.
l and the fact soon dawned them
r upon who consider the situation before settling ': MEET ALL TitAINS.TMEFI.NESTTtRNOlTStN . .7( .yparkling halal
I that the house had been burglarized in : .. .. aril s riaJle
It you III"looking for gIUIU".tllkut" for the winter DA TOBt.ck A :
1 k their absence. Drawers that had been look for us. Our office U at 11u)tomes Bach I IT ..nttK and Carrl.g i I II' Voter that is .;(a fo/rr 9s eeo nixed not only as one of \ ,
ransacked were left open wrappers were Shop in Connection.CEO. JrgAly .recommended lie

t f' torn from pillows and clothing scattered j S.crt of Success. A. FOYC. Proprietor J | 1 bylely 1/ edpure.oed TTfodom Conveniences out a
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( H. G. Wilson (Si Co. I : Physicians Lily
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about. A half burnt Tt.Uvt '. i I Far 'LJis.r" Wodorn
I I', candle had been The motto of success was given ta : 3 ,,, oi'4, Necessity. j{ 'Day and

,ti i. left on one of the beds upstairs. From Seabreeze. Fla. i; this tale, told at a banquet: e4 .............. ..... f Stomach and ,Xdns W'fAt Current

ere y appearance it was evident a close REALESTATE INSURANCE '! A Swede among the miner In the .................... ({i: .,lees from y s Cnl/roly Ss now maintainedAu
I search had been made for valuables ; west was noted for always striking' pay : : JrarmFul 'lqtnnra" seed *Sfoin3 tno People
LOANS, NOTARY : Ills fellows thought that there GOOD ., Organic Waterwwwmimiw of l7a y long,
I. Tbe house breakers helped themselves' tot PUBLIC.m J } allsr. fold 3a6rec
Improved and I'lilnipruveti ust be some secret to the unusual 6y sadin *<, end 'Daytona Ecach
a pair of half worn pants, but left the Fruit ami folels 9 an
f Vegetable Laud and
success of the Swede and
questioned
: BIR w S: 'LJruggisl..
coat, to part of an expensive tarpon him as to bow be always succeeded ID J'\EATW f j Opportunity io Derate W/otors and

fishing set; also to the canvas cover of finding the spot where the cold cropped % Our Bef." I e- <
Mr. McClanahan'n boat, to some tools, \V.. B. TALLEY 0 uL .; sod Mutton. ; ..

crew: elr. This b a hasty list of what ARCHITECT I' "Veil. Ay don't know et Ay can tell % =are Our the best the market affords ;: ,! lHE

missed brief LatudeYtlopmrDt' anytang 'bout dat" answered Ole. ".11 ; A Trial Order Hollrlted. *
was on a survey j Phone r :
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Plan.aDd Specification Uad.fur all classes only may inen>a.e the list con Cl BulMlng,> IWest I gin'=Milwaukee Free Press. ( L Try Birchwood's Butter...... i

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'rE'r U=.jitVWBWT'iSvHour :. didnt :"arrive.-- She 'WIlted for an i is TiVflYle : 8nJToand bywarm'waters ottbeOnU ; .
',, hour and I then started to walk bc ct. | :Strea.... Protects guests from ALL sold
1 THE OLARHMli.SEABREEZE
; : ono. Her'.feelings were hurt,. and' she:'lost I 'weather. Its bomellk informality and ai J'
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: ';: -<: ,;;;. 1"i .the points of the*compass and.became. ' : :moderate. rate attractive! to those make
'_ d& r : 'Oocf u I, lag along stay For_booklet and rate "
n she
IO9t.for cood.Tien, discovered e "
ICopjrrlfht, filar. bT- T. C.)McOare-J : r : 'address M""tnRPalm Beach. ... ..FLORIDA. .. __a'J l'
this fact she called and screamed, but '
." ., b:ky,. t that iris Miss only 8axah'slogbirti:Jbc 'lOIelDD"truth-...".to..wrIU.thirty-. ''only'the chipmunk and the'woodpeck" e: The Largest and- Most .I :e.Opens on January 1st 1909 ,,:e'. -l";:

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.... 0.>. 'iJ.. seven :0J4"aD4 and ers.iDlwe 'e4. She |ran thlsway'and: .,
years unmarried
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,.LII.D'f'IHICE..Ub: .eom, ;' that-sue,bad':romuc.-her soul,.but stumbled and went nr'rootL splashing: She Into ran a that creekTber'e way :. Complete Line of r- -T 1ft i .. : i 1
it:would be to :
net IT.ucJ4e;one of the best .ungallant add that abe =
.. :speotttge :Ee-.l'Ior.da; eiC.nrat t was" la" the outrimoniai market and was romance In.the'greenwood, 0 "
bet owner bat other inU-reu that bet It was farther on.' .All.that, lone r EASTKAN KODAKS AiflLHS 1 HOTEL ARRIVALSiQ : Stea'm : '
with !
.U fetf tfawUocftted oo N. Kid govM had.been ever since she arrived at tbe : e Cottiges Heat, Electric Lights:: Hot and: Cold Water; Ii* ,
nnoo lot ico of lone dar Ulss Sarah was lost in the ?v-.
: s too; $Utuo age twenty. She bad simply wait < .t '
a ta tb.1rs31tigs ttuNyt 1t1.toek<< are washy will Inventory worth v$ ed. She,could.afford to watt and per; depths. U'I' Telephone] ; High Grade Appointments, For Rent with or l41t; *'r
If. SM tntere.ted,.add,.. JMooP. 'slated hi' 'as' .It was almost sundown when her good '-' I II I- /':<< .
her ,
jet:f M "Baslnes firing : age. tweDt1- n IN THE CITY I: "-
hasp. ear!pf Conrad Real KM! ate Company fenlns finally guided her to a clear- without servants. ,: \;" :. '
right along and making herself' be-, -<"2> 1""t
i ..\. _, Here that time was standing. still oh lag With slog cabin In the midst of it. :I Schmidt:: ; 1otcl. I..1.1.1.1.1...1...I.I.1.1.1.1.1.1.i.1.1 i.I.INNNp""" i3.

'; 1W'0' RRTTICCC lAtftO'both turollbld' ted com.atMr her account. Seated.middle at aged the man door of in homespun.the cabin wasa. He i IR.ll. IRFW !: The arrivals for the "past twenty-four P..1.1.1...1.1.1...S...1.a.....=...1.1.1it!.1.M.ltlf....a.II .
! tb. .,. af Muc..and Palmetto: avenue* MiM Sarah' was feeling In this serene :;hours at this popular resort were: F. -' 1;tJt-yji 4I >, '
i ...Bj>*t the mat desirable corner in DM.toiCM and optimistic mood when she rose up .addressed her as "warm"'and I Cleflcbmap, Palatka C. A. Gardner r
e *t* Irooin.ihoiber bath wanted to know all about it. When ; II
:
I a n4 at V otter MO,v e n trace*.- Prtc*.lift*tar was Invited by ,friends (o* be their he had been told he declared that It :f Tampa; W. H. Johnson. Baltimore; C. I HOTEL DESPLAWD
, bolt. M4 a Map at that. II you are Inter. guest at a"summer hotel oa the banksof : AT THE '
..... tad desire L. Flynn, Jacksonville Wm. Allan New
to look M the property: consult : was romanticist thing he bad ever I ; .
.. lake. didn't her
a They ro .
"'" .or**4run.'M. Bint-bam, City; or beard oL In her wanderings she had York Cbas. E. Kellam' Jacksonville
II| ; ;
J. a.* tbompioo.. 5 Florida .
Agents. mance as much as their own Interest* Daytona, :
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walked miles.. She had : KODAK PLACE i Eilber R. J. Mm :
They had two children and a dog and seven escaped ; George Philadelphia; 5 '
Modern they figured on making the old maid bears and "Injuns" and wildcats, and if ;, Detroit; G. L. Reed Jacksonville. : Now Open for Season .
: 19089.
0TDI L'WJNTERHOMJ douUle she wasn't what they called a heroine : Next door to theE : :ftI
work: for her board and lodgings. She
F-i:r ****m }JI&ytooa.cu and electrloIUtre then he didn't know a turnip from a !
,. not ana cold soft( .water through fell into the trap, but not to her detri Hater E PRINCE GEORGE HOTEL, sAnything I S L. Al. WAITE, Owner and AlanagenH : .
house do t.fe.lSoon throughout ard 'ment. One of the male-guests of the buc. The Dcspland. U'
and eniuenu cedar;pnusUcallr new and In Miss Sarah and she rested. that the
pf rfrct order;ewry eonvenienc i;attractiveKrotKul hotel who might not bare'noticed her She hungry was,tired and he fed her : : Among the late arrival at the Des- : Greatly] Enlarged since last season. Cuisine anti Service Excellent 2
*with oranjttt and grape frult tree In her nlUM'and was on KAHTMAX KODAK('0.MAKK WK .
; other walk saw as
font* court::itu..tloa nnexe led] ; coinpfetHjr any pudding and milk. She wanted to get plaud are: J.Gibbons of Atlanta; J L. : Brrad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Ensuitc. Steam Heat, : '

Strew! luraUhsd.w mia,,,!U.. MorrU.For price'l'ruIIIH.and term or WrI nd/. dog guest guardian was darkI1.and madeadvances.This uPpoHd.to,, be back to the hotel and enjoy her triumph .. CAN BKLI.: YOU. .. Baldwin, aU
1 M.WIUIP1CNILltgent!: Day'ton*, 1'Iorida.II an acforan actor who played cn.tparts and he yoked up his oxen to :.......................t:I Dougla.! of Charleston S. C. 2 ..
the lumber wagon and drove her there e Hummer .\dJI't'IIiTI...\ TIJ IIOL'SK
and made a great success of his Narragannett Pier, Rhode. Island. e

FJVE-ROQM HOUSE and job, but who 'was there' incog, and saw through her the coming moonlight and got ready The guests to re- :........../e/......./...e......e...................s.
a wished to remain so. The other guests The Bennett.Mr. .
II Large Lot in KINGSTON were respecting this wish but followIng .' teive her. -There was icy frigidity. Itt**.*********..* **.*..**.*.*******-****.,......*** +"
-- There was a general attitude of doubt and Mrs. L. Bt-inis of Chatfield,
,
him about with bated breath. j Fronting on thf Electric Lights andSCHMIDT'S :,
FOHRALE. Inquire oII Actors sometimes get queer notions and suspicion. There were sneers at Minn., have returned to The Bennettfor ** tlitlifttx I Kit IT. Modern improvements z
When the humiliated and
CONRAD RCAL CST Tt. COMPANY OR into their beads, and Mr, Uelnotte got j romance. thi ir annual winter visit. Prominent *
NORMAN S. DAYTON. embarrassed maiden looked at the i
I one Into his. It was that Miss Sarah among the new arrivals are Mr .
actor in an appealing he turned
H. T. McCLELLAN. Owner. ; way 4i
would make tbe greatest Juliet be and Mrs. C. 11. Triplett Jr., who are
his head aside and made it very plain :
ever saw on .the stage She had the iz
Florida their HOTEL
that she would around touring on honeymoon.
I never
BUILDING LOTS ON RIDGEWOODI form the voice the eyes.. ,tbe nose. | prance This is the second bridal couple within i I
the chin and the toes. All that was j ance. r'uniHTly St-IiiuMt'H, Villa.IIUNKV ,
OtSff or sale Lots S and II, Block S, Colesloan's lacking were cash and a manager and I the week at The Bennett. Among thecottagers : !
heroics and he saw that there were the hotel are Mr.and SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors
Addition to Poytona. These are the removal of just one tiny doubt-a Ed. 0. and WE. N. Weaver dro\e dining at ] .
aiuong tb doubt no larger than tbe bead of a II. C. Rich Mrs. E. Caskeyand f OAYfONA Fh01 i1)A. :
,
Del.and
over to Tuesday[:; for a fewlays' .
crushed and he forward
oo lUdgewood avenue. A One location. for a instead stepped
brass pin. Did she have the oeceavsary Miss Oliva Caskey of Buffalo, N .
Die home. For prices,address and touched her on the arm and ( visit with J. It. Turner and ,I
QUY H, BROWN (Central Lake MIc."bJltlin. romance? If she did then all said: family Y., II. S. Houston, of Holyoke, Mass., :
'
was well; if she didn't then alas It' recently identified with. prominent .
"Say. gnl. they don't 'pear to appreciate Fine n Table .
I >me Delightful
Sarah did / :
has been stated that Miss
j resort hotels in the north and south is
heroines here. Come and be my IIave you seen the inotlern cooking Reasonable Rae Bunny' Rooms
E. S HALL have romance and doted on It. but the ;
*
I'll already an enthusiastic Daytona automobilist -
next thing was to prove It.to. the actor. I heroine. drive over" ag'ln tomorrow wonder at the Ornher-Monis ," "t ,tl................ tt// xrr tY wc at.xwta....,txa .
for your answer. Hardware Co's store? Come in having secured a touring car
Architect and
Builder. She took two days to cogitate and then any
went ahead. The hotel..was surrounded And be did.. and he got It, and then day this week. for his use during the winter. Mr.' .
Office 209 Palinet Avenue by woods, on three sides. One the guests were all jealous because a Houston and his large family party often

morning Miss Sarah left the whimperIng romantic young lady had struck a good J. W. Shields is having a two are At The Bennett for the winterseason. i b

Daytona. I Tiorida.d ., .. dog arid the bowUnl:' hUdre : thing ,Instead of drowning herself in story cottage erected on his lot, in { THE RIDQEWOOPJE.
the lake
00,1 or starving to death in he .
=-r---- -- bind and started for the green wood. M. QUAD. the rear of his residence on Volusia, ,

and was soon ,kMtt'r.- sight; She I avenue. A force of S II. Cove's i D. LANQWORTHY Proprietor .

......N NN.0..1N0 NNNfk'n would boa'mused; searched for, found' j A Tiny 8tat. men are doing the work. y. Mixed Metaphor. '
and be talked of as romantic. The late Mr. Ritchie when chancellor I
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| The miniature republic of San Ma. I THE house is charmingly! situated on Ridgewood Avenue the hijjh .
= \ The Miss. Sarah was"missed.. The Idea I of the exchequer once asserted that ,
t I Re Spider I was that she had been drowned. More I> rino Is a mere dot 00 the map of Eu- The fOIll.t in in front of The Still- "the question of moisture lu tobacco : est and mpst healthful point in the town of Daytona. It 5a i

than half the guests turned out to drag j: rope, being the smallest state In the man is again running on time\ and la a thorny subject and tau lung beena I very tastefully and comfortably furnished and is modern in
world as well as the oldest independent
the bottom of the lake. Tbe actor was the roses and other plants show the bone of contention. Ills immediate I Isu.essor
; republic. Its area Is thirty-eight very respect. The vegetables are from the HM ewood garden
not one of them. Coincident with tbe I attention which i is being bestowed) In otllce. Austen Chamberlain :
t ty: i alarm be bad been told by a tat woman j square miles only little less than on them by Mrs I Stillman since her remarked at tbe Liberal Union I and native fruits which grow in abundance, are a feature of < _
A C twice that of the island of Manhattan. '
P II.I' that Miss Sarah' hadn't a dollar to t j I It lies entirely In Italy, but Is wholly return to thi city.II club's dinner that the harvest which I the table.
!
bud
her name. the (irescut: government sown was
'Flooe l3 8. nnaeh ,. Independent Its situation Is on the Opens December i 5 th. -
home to roust
'One woman asserted her belief that already coming L
' easterly side of the Etruscan Apennines C. Rich and family, including /
the missing female had eloped with a ; and about twelve miles from Mr. Itifh's mother and) niece, are located Sir William Hart-Dyke ha Iwo con ............. .............
tin peddler that had been seen driving spicuoushott It'rlt' to hU credit: -the
I i NKW LINK OK past the hotel at an early morning j! Rimini" on the Adriatic sea. The frontier in one of \\'. H. f'hittcnden's description of James: Lowther as having ....................... ...........0.0.0.S.....040

0Z hour and In her excitement another |! Is only twenty-four miles In length cottages: on Xoith IJidgewood avenue gone to the: very top of the tree
Tooth Brushes, Combs, Hair | ; and the population would make only a and lauded fish and the comfort-
woman said that any young lady that > for the winter. They are from a big The
small city ward, numbering less than Prince
i Brushes, etc., etc. would leave a dog and two children toweep ; 12000. There la no public debt and MniTalo N. Y, and thi* is their fiist lug; assurance: that his government had George !
nnd wall themselves should be got rid of the barbed wire entanglements
: by i visit to
the annual expenses met by taxation Daytona.: They are I greatly< i
1NN1N 1.N..a1.flN .o..w., severely dealt with on her return dead I j amount to $00,000. The country has pleased uith the city I :and surround and other was|
or alive. These opinions were expressed bronze and silver currency, coined by ings.JFoR,
to the actor for the purpose of ;, Italy 158,000 lire of the latter and 105; ,. metaphor are the prediction acrlliod *- i :
be refused to be to a labor member that If we WILL OPEN DECEMBER 15tH ,
him but
drawing out. The .,
000
of the former
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principal exports
PRINTING. :: U.sT-Large house 11 give the house of lords rope enough
JOB drawn. He bad Just sat down to a are wine, cattle and stone. The i
.... mint Julep with two straws in it and military force of the republic numbers I rooms, situated at Silver Ueach near they will soon till up tbe cup of their i KEFUlNIdllI-i; : AND RENOVATED
Iniquity and an Irish member's complaint
automobile club house bath hot
why worry? j 38 officers and 930 men. ; T1IU01/ JIIOI'T
Miss Sarah had entered the wood I rind: cold, hard and soft water; fur- that a certain government department i i
Neatness and I' Is Iron bound In red tape.-
Executed With
with her heart aflame with romance. When a man likes to see how near nished. Garage and servant's quar London Standard. Steam Heat ir\ Every RoomSAME
She hustled her way along for bait a the edge he can walk without falling; ter's. Rental $50( (( for Reason. Inquire i

and Rapidity by the Gazette-News mile and then baited for the actor to iI I i over there Is only ore thing that will of T. E. Fitzgerald, or any An acre In Middlesex: U worth a prtn- i MANAGEMENT AS rill: HK1STOL 1 ," ASBUUY TARK N. J. t

care him-falling ever.-Atchison agent. tf tlpality in rtopla.Macaulay.Have : f..o !

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KiiMt-nmiii hoii u hath hot and cold water, 400 feet fronting river; fnico5n I : S OPEN M"Jn m.l, I I' ,ir."t-.'lass in every articular. Prillvf :
cottage fronting ocean! both furnished; two flowing J t' vate Bath i.s outs Entire R'hitebervtce. North- : 'w'
oin You Read This ? .
: : m ern O>.ikin! 'V, Sx.vial; Dinner served Xmas Day.
wella'; splendid I ] garden spot( ; :LHX! ) (full bearing orange and grapefruit < t Cottagers may engage table nun .
f and all going together at [ : i
a price trees which Everything makes the in property splendid the repair best value on the peninsula. , ..........................8...................NNN

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t MACON THORNTONREAL : Up to and including Dec. 15, 1908, we will make every I.; THE_ HOTEL PERKINS | I 0 THE HOTEL

ESTATE i Opened June I I. talc A'
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BE IT A CABIN A MANSIONIt FOR THE HOLIDAY I SEASONWe I

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f is one of our specialties. : : cordially invite you to examine our work.PHOKMikVUMlIC .,


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Anyway coDe my duty I. Enfertalnnteat for' 1M7 U'--S'E' .M' .E-N'T-.S.' What to.' See 6 hristl11 .

; sJDoi4ller J Dt'I.J' EVELYN.'.WITWO RTIL. Young and Old_.. -. ''''''''' if.u''''''''--*''' - .Io-_;;. -

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tfi A Fable! Make. :
ICopyrljht. uo by American Press A*.o-_ Once Upon a Time, there teas a ; MOVING ; . .. .' ;
.,, datkm.1 . WILMANS 6ATOR '
Young Alan who met Two, Nice Girls CRYSTAL :
:.1 know great deal Is said 'about '
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who were Constantly-Together.- Now, 'We will.hold r'Y; ny-gg.ods.'Y.: :
4ct talebearers. I .am proud of being one be was an Astute Young Man. and he : -

of those women,woo tell people If they desired Something Pretty w
; to aay Il.11 SHOW.
.. are being treated badly. If I bear one Agreeable to the Ladles but be .knew THEATRE OPERA HOUSE PICTURE I select now.. ,

person'talking behind another person'sback that If he paid 'Compliment to Out .. .
f I don't.scruple to tell the person of them No Matter which the Otbt'r'woulel j Nfmm
SIMS
TO-N1QHT! i
'max talked about that be or she Is being be Hurt. TO-NIGHT SEABREEZE BATH MIES, PE ,
he Rapidly for a moment -
So Thought
;
maligned. I think they, ought to know ;
Y. and then he said: I Attractive Pictures Well WorthSeeing j makeuseful giftkjLet
Hosiery
It. Umbrellas _
know TtEO..Glrta are + ,
"Ah, I Why you : :
orts.f"Checker
daughter "Stadium '
autUmn' took
-kr Last 1 my .. :; '
Always TogetherrWhyr t
? abroad aodleft her at school at Gene- j. of Pro-
asked the Two Girls. 74# YAI,1d.1 Complete change Vi
Tti;;, Then I started.for Berlin 1 got show Holiday goodsWe
Because ETerybodj says that: A Bo rd- us you
Into fto empty compartment and waited Handsome Girl Always Chooses n gram every night. '

till the train started. Presently anoldish r. .
Homely One as a Companion So Thnt Fiend. 1 .
9 gentleman got In with'a young- Stockholm. '::
} Her Beauty may be Enhanced by the: Visit to
.. affectionate and Saf ford Piano cun
tab.lady. Tbe1. very Contrast." rive votes In the Bush ....
Florist.
An
; -at least the oldish gentleptan appeared Enterprising +
'
'After Such a Remark. cither Both
to dote on his young wife who The Candidate.The .
Girls would be Angry with him or De
teemed tobe 'watching for some one.
Then a youngish man with black whiskers l lighted. Matinee for Children at 330 +te 'AULTMA
And what Do you think Happened Blackmailer. M. B.
got In. took a seat directly opposite o'clock p. m. *
said h
The Two Girls Blushed aDd ?
the wife, and she breathed easier.
.c The door was shut by the guard, and was A Flatterer and went tbelr tray Saturday.Good Coming: Attractions: UusbandVanted. *:
.
c Together each Happyfor Herself and .
Beach Si
the train steamed away. I
2
Phone _
Sorry for.the Other.-London .Aos wcrl1. .. .
It didn't take me long to find out THE PICKERTS-Week Dec 28
r' that that young feller and that young Music by Crystal

F. wife were fooling the oldish buaband. Th. FUg. Orchestra, cGO Om0fKt 1!...... ........ ... I......... .... ......
On June 14. 1777 Continental MINSTRELS- -
COBURN
The old one never turned his head that .
z resolved that the'flag of the W. W. WOODS Director. ,.
they didn't look'Into each other's eyes congress Show Every Night. e
lovingly. By and by be got up from United States be thirteen stripes, alternate January 12 North Ridgewood avenue has been
I red and white and that the GET SEATS EARLY. 10 in and,condition -
his seat came to the window where Admission cents. improved appearance

was and sat down directly opposite Union be thirteen white stars on a blue ADMISSION AlABEL PAIGE-Week ending Doors open at 7:00 p.m.Complete by the nse of the city road Gems In
field. On Jan. 13. 1704. by an net of
me, at the Dame time taking a newspaper and the filling of depressions .
f the Cg was altered to fifteen Children 10 cts. Adults 15 cts. January change of program each olght scraper
congress
out of his pocket. I never _saw in the road bed.
such a fool In my life. If these old I I red and white stripes and fifteen stars. IT SUNSHINE. 'ii

t men will marry young wires, why on On April 4, 1818. congress again altered IIroe non An elaborately decorated Christmas LITTLE,, cold amid tW'|

K earth do they leave .them In temptation the flag by returning to the original BOWLING ALLEY.The INDIAN RIVER ORANGES the BILLIARDS AND POOL. tree was put up in the Wallace "[bac'* .wuhiD" w
thirteen stripes and fifteen stars as tlulitu'<, A little brightness CIa
I'd like to know} The. poor old the adding of a new stripe for each additional 'Ij&fiJit:: Grape Fruit and Curio store Thursday morning That's sunshine. _'
E husband never took his eyes off .bis mo.t popular A plutlwe that la rxhlllarating. pleasant A rattle cbmp" erA
,; paper and the couple at the other side state would soon make the Indoor game for noiw Quality-betttr Tangerines....... anti lu'lpful. A choice line of The tree is the result of several UU1 widening 9f 'boo \....,..
too A new star Is added to hours of labor. A IUtl heaven breaking
of the compartment never stopped flag large. clvmi slit bright/: -:uo ecaleor. l rust. patient
the flag on July 4 following the admission That' unahliM.A .
r flirting. of each new state. -New. York LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. BOX TRADES FRUITS, CANDIES & TOBACCOon The Beach street bowling alleys 's:-stittle.
for th Ugkt
and tried to frown looking *
,.. I sat straight up Willhtt'Mul toxlilpnlng.
American. I KITED lrUt 1"0111.1. will be formally thrown open<< to the That'll aaiiahin 1\-
'em down. They didn't seem to care I
Afternoon and evening.NO. the side.Drop. the <
GEORGE H. MUNROE public by Manager Grvonein nlmnt A ltto patWnce through
much for me. but once the young Fore of Habit. !I In for A good time I Tt at's uncbln.
hussy, when her lover put his hand on GROWER AND! SHIPPER I(ten days. In the mcaiit'ino duo A little bowing of the will. "
"The question of enlarging the church 14. BEACH HTRJIJ<:T.I tat) S. RIDOEWUOU AVE.-Ltaytona. Fla. HKACH KTKKET. P. IJIDA8.,
A little the till.
will he amt resting on
hers drew hen away cut a glance at alleys wraptni rerarnKih -I
comes up tonight John doesn't It? I A Hill standing very llU-
!r me. and whispered something to then HYes. dear, and we expect to bare a l l, awl th r..'iu Mill I-e rrprtinteJ. That's sunshine.S .

r young an. After that they both leaned lively time. They" tell me the pptwst- 7 i{ = As usltai a )lady tt ill .

back for awhile and stopped their I. tlon tobe pastor will be strong..I'*....+..." .++.....+.4.+.... ..................... Commencing with today the in charge. 1)(0'1 t A That's little smiling sunshliML through th*

foolln"; But It wasn't long before they Where's my overcoat? Oh, yea!' And.r. '. j! Crystal Theater will institute a 1 A little faith tlehlnd the f*
was at-lt agalA, both le uln' forward now 1'want the tin born and the cow. Make your youngster t '-" That's sunshin

one of his knees covered by her skirts bell and the big rattle" [LOCAL ITEM$r.J! happy with aBrownie change of for films program'.for daily. See tonight.advertisement 1 Ruef Jury eStllI.O t.. t,. V- A A,Ditto!title fording yielding. of of the dcmattX-hand. a
and she didn't know that knew that I
"Mercy, John what are you going to i (By United Preen A little grace to- ttnd.rstaad
t 1.
1.t t.
they was boldin' hands under It too. dor '. : Th& '. sunshine t-
|Get a handsome set of ware, I SAN FRANCISCO Pec. The
I couldn't stand It any longer. The "Do! Why J'm going to root for the ....... ........t, t..... i : 10 -8\uaJ'\.'
worth $7.50 free See Gruber-
Camera I II
husband was a benevolent looking pastpr."-Cleveland Plain De.:1ler. i j Abe Reuf Jury bas not y4 returned a i -

\ min, and I sympathized with. him 1'h9'QatormoCing picture; shqw Morris Hardware Go's advertisementin I I verdict in the trial ol the former boss of i THE+ .,LOWSVEVER -,?; -_-

from the bottom of my heart Dy and An Estimate. is making a complete change of I Z last Saturday's Gazette-News for the city for alleged .bribery.: The jury . midd'musk-or 0WW

by be put down his paper: and looked "Old man Tltewad must be worth a'' program every night. See adver I! : There's no better fun for ti particulars. I I I is said to stand. ten to two for convlrtt ** Throw heart tu* A lib* that amy 1

out the winder. I began by makln' I tisement. 1
billion dollars. observes the man with .
the children than picture W. B. Heath who
makes his t t
and I : mind riches or jewels l
+: some remarks about the weather mustache. NEVER
the beauty of the country lIe seemed the"Nonsense Ingrowing!" says the man with the The Gruber-Morris HardwareCo. : taking, and any boy or girl : home with his son, W. II. Heath at : Applying Powerful 1 Stimulants. ]i Throw. me. a rose from the lips-

Inclined to talk with me because he dejected ears. "He hasn't over n hundred . are giving free a handsome set can make good pictures with Holly Hill, was taken quite ill Wednesday I [By United Pro*LJ) j 1 bluotut '

hadn't any one else to talk with. I thousand to his name." of ware well worth $750, See advertisement : a Brownie. : morning but is now much j NEW YORK Dec. 10.-Eight teams "VEVEn mind pity or passion ors

purposely directed his gate to the view "But I was estimating It at what he in last Saturday's Ga- PRICE {i.oo TO i improved. t.M. "I are )left in the. six-day bicycle rare and j i l., Sing till my soul eels tb.
$$9.00.
a to be seen from the other window so would be worth If a dollar was as big zette-New I C. Armstrong New Smyrna : three of them are tied for first' honors. 1 the song! :;
.
that he'd see what was goln on. but as he thinks It Is.-Chlcago Post
visited with Lyte Lyman in this !EVER mind anfalsa or sort
----- Gordon and Walker of the Australian
the miserable heard and !
things me : Wrong.A At the last meeting of the care. >- 5
leaned back against the cuahlona. man recently entered a restaurantand County School l Hoard, Monday evening : We have the largestassortment : afternoon.city from Tuesday until Wednesday j team, who paired Pedlar Holmes, was, Bind me about with your perilous

There was nothln for me to do but ordered n steak. When the waiter of : forced to quit, owing to severe injuries
at DeLand. all schools of the "VEVER mind conquest or
tell him. By this I'd be duln him a served him with It the customer said. county were ordered closed 1 Friday Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Hill who have I received; his collar bone was biokrrf. era

service and her too, for I guessed "I'm afraid you'll have to take It bark Ii Eastman Kodaks been spending the summer at their All men are now. being applied with rho night and the star and your ;
Dec.
evening 18 to remain closed!
for I find I've out without I my aide!
there hadn't been anything real criminal come my" r
Holly Hill place, took the train from powerful stimulants to keep<< them up to,
until Jan. I
4j over the Christmas ,
,
between 'em. and if the affair waa "Purse. of course Interrupted the South of Jachson Ille. EVER
mind
i iGardiner's this city Wednesday enroute to the mark N worry or weep
nipped In the bud there wouldn't be. I waiter. holidays. i !
I I their home Winter At noon Rutt and Stol yew
at Park. McFarland.
; Jest as I was makln' up my mind how "No." replied the man. "my false Smile a srail That will light

i S to put him on to the thing without offense teeth tVou are cordiallv invited to attend : ; I J. A. of Moran. Hill, and Dvmara had covered years! ,
Gaboury. Jacksonville lUItlmor!
exhibit this week. 1.647 miles four laps Collins and Mitten I
our ;
the train whined Into a tunnel. any cay I -
Ala. who
; The compartment waa black as ink fur Mora Trouble. Come and have a cup of coffee and it Art Store. iI | was in Daytona a short 1,637 mile, two I laps; Calvin and

i I awhile; then we shot out Into bright "What's the trouble now?" demandedthe hot biscuits you intend to buy or I t tim since on business connected Wiley, 1.637 miles one la p. J TactfuLA
"More heat?' with the installation of the I musical conductor was try
The old fool of husband Janitor. t waterworks Anderson ..
daylight a not Gruber-Morris Hardware Co. I Developing and j and Vaneni, 1,636 mil le ,
"No." said the tenant of tLe latestskyscraper system, i<* again in the voice of a young: woman who
was settin with hU bead thrown back city, eight laps; t'robach and '
"but 1 want these clouds I i Printing for Amateurs. a guest of the City Hotel. Palmer 1,636 to secure a place In an opera
and his eyes AbeL The lovers was set- .S miles six
t tln back from each other, and a flush pushed away from my windows.- A compressed air tank has been .......................... I laap. Former record: .J,637 The manager was standing bj.eundUate .
Louisville CourierJournal.Not installed at the Oliver garage on G. A. Foye's "half and half"transfer miles nine laps. I was frail and timid
1 the' woman's cheeks. I I
was on young __ __ ______ I
Orange avenue, and hereafter wagon is creating consider- II I finished le I >r song with an air of(
But what was that on the black whiskers ..:;,
Like the Play. I 1: l people may fill their bicycle tires abe comment the ta-wc .
; of the young man? Powder- on 8trt' ts. A pedestri tThe Majestic
powder from off her face. 1 saw It "Life ain't like the plays." I.at that place free of charge. On All copy for change of advertisements m on one side of the street SPew Louis, Mo. have Mfg Co., rf St)! "Ilo\T Is Itr asked the maDl1"rt'lu'lllou"I
a at man
and knew that the whippersnapper "How now? I Wednesday morning at that place a I in the Daily News must i a red wagon, while the man on the Morris ,.
Hardware
had been takln' I kiss. "When I go calling no housemaidever I I gasoline tank holding 10f>0 gallons be sent in not later than 3:00 opposite side will describe it CO'A store this i!' The conductor caught the pi""
tells me the family history while. ** week, showing the Majestic Range'm eyes of the girl but be had his den'
At that moment the husband opened was also placed. The tank was o'clock the day preceeding \\ hich green, and both are right It's all I
his eyes. Would you believe it? lie making passes at the furniture with a made: by the Nash Company. 1! the ad. is to appear. j m the painting. actual operation, baking and perform. He struck three nntr4mpiano
looked at the couple unconcernedly and feather dustar.-St Louis Republic. serving biscuits to large crowds. : and left the rest to the

then resumed his paper. Tlw three im ;*ft were It .\ D.,, z

"What's that I whispered to him. ;wvvwvywvmv V

"on that young man's beard!" i

He looked at me kind o' surprised m''rW

then at the young man. then back at SPECIALTIES: OF THE CONRAD GROCERY I
me. "I don't see anything" he said. COMPANYARMOUR'S

"Don't you see the powder on his .. __
beard r"Powder

? No." : 01 DAILY MARKET
(NOTATIONS
"Well I declare! Where* your eyes? I I : ,

That young man's got powder on his Armour St; r Ham ft J7C i

beard and his coat collar and it could 1>icnic; :: :: ::::::::::::: :12'c< i i THE NATIONAL BISCUIT

have only come from your wlfe'a face." :nakedam[ ................................ j4c COMPANY'SCAKES a

The old man looked again at the powder I Strip Ita('on .................. is, 25, and 2&Armour's I
then at me. then back at the cou !
ple. Then looking at the young man. Simon Pure Lard, in pails,
he said fiercely: 3Its 53c., 5 Iba S3c., 10 Ibs I.CO( ''a
i
You kissed her. sir Star Hams an d Bacon Armour Sliced Star Ham, in cans,... 30c. AND i.

"What business Is that of yours?" Llgi.II"tter.l<<. print_ ....__...., 3c[

retorted the: other In a harsh voice. June Storage I i utter in prints.: ?._._ 33c. CRACKERSEXCEL _

"She la no longer yours. She Is mine." I'ride Oleo in rolls ..,.....,.....?*?..?. 30c!
"Tours, alrr"Yea !
I Fgg fresh.- '

"Stncewhenr, mine. Simon Pure Lard in Pails 1'ox River 1:gg9 .. ...............?..-.? 3.4c
....................
*?At high noon today" Storage Eggs ....... ._... 35N. c. ;:

t "By what authority Y. :State Cream Chfe e.......,....... ..Qc ALL OTHERS ::

i ?A certificate of marriage." ----__ English: WalnutJ.lb..new erop.._ 20c.

I thought they weregolug to kill each Brazil .................. .. ...................._ :?Oc. ..

other when the young woman blushing A few f of the Imported Goods Almond.............. :: ........."............ o... :, ,. ..

red all the time bunt into a isugh.Oh SCUDDER 5 Jlixtd :NutJi......... ........---..-...... -"'. -- !
"
father aha said "you are always" we have in stock: FUirida Teciuia.... ........................ oFxtra _.W.- 4

so droll! What are you up to now tOil. I I aYe PrceinaSiidlcd .................... .. .J1k> .

my goodness gracious! He was Lucca and I K'odier Olive Oil MAPLE : AlnHiod.'d .-* .. ..,...................... t n. A ai
E SYRUPA .
her father! What blunder! U
,
a d.! Ia:
-.in",3..- n,
I I i l" i : :: feet :.''). : A
"This lady" continued the old man .' "}ii I- A. Price's String I'cans, Lima )beans and aim , '"''' ,_ .. . .. ......I... .. 2 G.r '.; :" r' &

I bI "has pointed out the erklvuoe i>f your \I,,: ., 1-,, "",.;" ..........2.; ""O ," :o.'.: 4
guilt Look at coat collar.There's Large Asparagus, TABLE DtliCAtyBKKfMO[ l! .' I. . L. .
i' your !: : n. 7 ,
: .;:;: :
I :: :::: ::: : :
face powder on It. :E Pcrrie'si Brand Mushroom, .. i /
.
I' "I .. .. .. ... '_. :
The woman 1.augbt'and dusted I
young
: Ur. Ira Chutney. U! t. I" ... .Y
: t .tlt"i' I I., a
the off with the of her
powder tips .
, ,
t" tt .. ... ., ladis _
gloved, fingers."Madam. ;se Crosse & lilackucU's! Lire of 1'iiklt.s[ &r. '''d, .. I kind Ceylon a

." said the old man to me. -. ;-: hU'.IlCoI/l- .. ... .... :.10.. I..U.I.. .,. .. ..,...Ir.,..r. !I", ,". I.U. ,. ComeslII patlace211rlth a

am very grateful to you. That young -Ps The at.o\e ate all in glass.We Quarts. in Clr!,+ .... .. .... .... nd" "piuu I: .. .. :111 N: Io"h'". TDIsIIae I.e the namo TETLEY: uu a s.

man married my daughter at noon today also have Swiss( and Pineapple Cheese, Sardines I Quarts, in Tin .... . ...... ... anti'. I 14... ....... .. '" ..... :N'. hIm. II lion of tea .lnon1moua with TEA l'UII1'Y: :.

robbing me of my pet lie bas Half Gals., .IU.III.. ....... ...... .....70c. l..matc"1 ..... .. .... .......10... (IUart drmkers "iJI testify i.
show that I and many other items I'inf":!.............. ... .... .... 10 and
to 15e. IL
Insolence me
had the . .. each
i .alluns. ID Tin.. ..... ._$1.30
have lost her by kissing her In the first I Crantx'rries.:0c. 2 q Marts fo r Sac. a'

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