Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00189
 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 14, 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: VID00189
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
alephbibnum - 002072230
lccn - sn 93063916

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.r r 'S' L1GSOIT--; '.' : :: :r I THE PIANO CONTfST' Y,'s.

i'' 9 {;ii iEB:. p y ..M .Lfs' 'or FINE P VING. . IPIrd y5st.s. its '. .IS GROWING A-PACf.i }.S;

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: : : ; t.with>bo a-came colony ben"of about tirbout MOO 160 'rr ANDERSON. i TO DAYTONA-I New -Entries-in The '

: from the Balearic Islands./1/ He o 4A. .

ua DdI of acres cleared In this l LONG RUN IN 6UICK. Running.Today's .

.And grew sugar car i, indigo, i.t i.'
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: out 1 la the Turnbull>> at.a.. Arrived In Daytona Saturday- I Vote Indicates a Decided
: there drainage canal| you may. Trip Begun Nov Increase :
into the Halifax.- } 3-Only of Interest Outside

: ; I. Is A little historical digression. t One Puncture.: of Daytona.t .

said he. wU'.Cett..DC"ten! cents
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foot surface and that he I
, : : ; 120 feet per day, :It .takes A .A A. Ti Mosher and Harry llnrter. of The count in the Bush & Safford Co.
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days for it to set 'or. harden ,, Anderson, Indiana, arrived in Daytona pianO contest in.this. impression of the j'I
>" l { be used. 1r' Saturday after a fine run from the Daily News assumes anew phase of Interest -

are coating A peat sum Hoosier city, during which run the only 1| because of the increased showing

iy ted. cents per square foot, it mishap was one puncture. They started I made outside of Daytona as well AS the

J look back at the shell pave. November 3rd. noticeable increase within the city .

their lumpy uneven sur! The trip was made in a Buick road- This is gratifying to the Daily News

) of water here and ?2 ster, coming by the way of Louisville, sincelt from the first emphasised ;

dry aad dusty or ''puddle Nashville. Huntsviu. Ala., through the importance of the outsideterritory

', ono wonders bow wa .got '; Mceauley in New York World. mountains where they lost their way awaking td"the value of the due bills,
; them and to express a -wish to Atlanta, and then on by way of Sa which under the conditions of the con

to them would place one vannah, Jacksonville and!St. Augustine. test cannot fall to anybody withnthe
ban You could travel. a lone pavetitent- ; "Au the'.car. posters say, it: !! Tne only place where they were stalled city limits. Beside the $400 piano, :
tends ,to'spn'dis4ase and it otherwise ;
finding A city so com- IT WILL PAY 1 : VENEZUELANS was between here and Augustine, there are eight of those due bills:rangfag

so Admirably paved an4'i it wit reprehensible.SPERRV L-..... where they had to be pulled out after in value from S25 up to J200, which

.many thousands of dollars l as they had gotten (tn a swamp where nothing somebody outside of Daytona will get.
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card. A .Tfl SHOP IN STATE but the feat was visible. They were Who will be the nine fortunate persons,

t this is Daytona's "lonstf' '4U *,.. AND delayed at the Deed Knox and Be*d or organized bodies If today's count

. , ,' > .** ' : ; groYe'where.a bridge was out.-...;- coded the contest' s..bIeelej-"HIc'
: - -- \-'t- ..., "- The trip Is being made as an adver.. School would capture -the 'planot and
: ;YA l ' .. .# ONCE.If SIR' HfNRl -DfTERROR.Castro's tisement for the Remy Magneto Elec- everybody lathe list to and including

: tric Company, of Anderson and from MisS Elsie'Coatea would come in for due

GOES TO ASHES. here the journey will continue to Tampaand bills. '

You Don't Your Presents May Absence Disorganizes The Havana. In Daytona, everybody in the running r
1t1tR FELICITATE.United would capture a prize the piano j;

Not Reach Your Friends Till Republic-Dutch Captures : going to the High School and there
H, Which Cruised The AGRICULTURAL would be due bill
a to spare, A popular
Next Year. Their War Ships.PRESIDENT'S i .
; Hallf.x'Goes Up In Beach street' young lady declining it
j States and Ceylon Greet T with thanks.

Smoke. [ [ ABSENCE SUSPICIOUS h The vote has now run up considerablyover
Alma Ii. which has i a half million, to be exact, 799,910.

gone from the yacht club Calls Today. ItItIC The next count will probably show A '

and is remembered by Day to- I By United Press] million. That's going some I
Mr. Mrs. Miss and everybody in COMPREHENSIVE But this is a case in which
been destroyed by fire in the general you are
: harbor. It was a com- who contemplates remembering a i -The uf the Venezuelancoast more interested in cold dry figures than
boat well and friend back at home, hear the admoni- I easy capture in talk, so let the figures talk:
new equipped Alixby the Dutch cruiser
guardship -
tion of the Daily News: Do I K >Kr
your I Seip erland, makes the Venezuelansfear SecretaryVilson's Report to Con- CITY OF DAYTONA.
who resided in Christmas shopping right away, and let toy taut l'r.',-.]
Worloy, formerly that the same fate awaits all other Daytona High School............. 266,625
your packages and parcels go forwardas j COLOMBO, Ceylon, IX-c. l-I.-Cc''lon gress Exhaustive Hoe Greater
the fire but the flames
Venezuelan vessels.; The presence of Order Eastern Star._... 192,165
too much headway to be ex- soon as possible so as to avoid the t and the United States paid their respects three formidable Dutch warships and Than Sword. Halifax Rifles............................ 156,885
and within a few minutes the congestion which invariably takes place today in a series of official visits: absence President Castro Baptist Parsonage................... 15,530 -
the of
total loss. She was' just| before Christmas. between Admiral Sherry of the American suspicious Miss Maggie Morgan_............ 10,600
a being has thrown the people of Venezuela Miss Jean Frances Conrad......... 6,195
fleet and Sir Edward 11ei
for service and would have This bit of advice applies whether i i Henry in a state of wildest fear, according to PRODUCTS WORTD $lt118tOOOtOOO Hiss Mary GiBe......_................ 2.775
En.It <<1 on a steady run between St. you send an express package or a pared Callum, Governor of Ceylon. I nics.-agfs received here today, and a revolt Colored Industrial School.......... 4,005
I mail both forces will be overworkedalike. There are still no signs of tin spreadof M It M Outside of the
and Miami during the winter, by I is now threatened. The seizure of city of Daytona the
the installation of a more pow Last year the Jacksonville post- I smallpox from the one ease which developed the Alix withont a shot being fired is [LHy rnltttl :f'rt'I! I standing is this:

office did not clean: up its packages till a on the Georgia. believed here to mark the beginning of WASHINGTON, D. C. Dec. 11.-The Seabreeze High &bool..................17,340 !

was owned by Chas. Edmin- week after Christmas. It i is a distributing the j-pcedy end of Venezuelan resistanceto annual report of the &Secretary Agri- Seabreeze Miss Alice Congregational Church 6,895

St. Augustine point for Florida, and at this season Taft a Guest of Honor. Dutch demands culture was submitted to Congress to- ... .Daugherty. ,..Daytona.....Beach 5,955 Ii}

bandies many thousands of pieces and (By P IIltt'l l Pr.-xi.* day giving a detailed statement of thecountry's Miss Jennie Murray, New Smyrna 3,400

the force is not able to keep the work NEW YOUK, Dec. 14-l'residiut-: CASTUO IX iEKMANY.: products: M.,E. Church., Daytona Beach...... 2 140

.. p.n MMDS_ _ cleared up day by day. elect Tuft was present as the' guest of The Big i 4 of the farm products are Mi s gar t Freeman, Daytonaleach._ ..;.
THE HACUK, l>et'. 14 -PresidentCastro's 4,240
Another admonition: Take your honor of the National Civic Federation rom, (cotton hay and wheat, standing in Miss Lillian F. Stewart ................. ?.275
: WEARING SMILES. packages to be registered to the office in when that body met today. Today's! trip to Germany, the Dutch value thus: I Miss Sallie Holland, Day. Beach... IWO "
the forenoon or the probability is you .I session i was devoted to a disrusMOii c.fagnemcllts foreign ultice believes, id for no other Corn, 1615000000. :Miss Elsie Coates, Day. Beach...... 775

n K >t will not be waited upon. Train No. 78, trade as a means, of promoting : |purist| than to ask Germany to intervene I Cotton, (not given but close to eorn.) Miss Huby Spaulding, Day. Beach GfiO
in behalf of Venezuela. It is not Mrs. E. F. Britton, Seabreeze....... 200
north bound, leaves here bearing such industrial peace and eoiunu reialpro. i iI Hay, 1(121,000,000.Wheat () Kingston School........................... 200
here that the KaiseK nil
Quail and Turkey in anticipated
packages at 3:07: p. m. Between dinner I ." ierity. $020.000,000.
| Castro the Miss Florence and Miss
give slightest encouragement.The Maley, city,
Down hour and the departure of this train the For the first time in the history of tht- "
They Bring i' foreign otlice Issued an emphatic Lois Van Valzah, Daytona Beach, ask
mail from the north is received and distributed country the cotton crop has taken sec-
Notice. that its action that their be withdrawn the latter
statement against
Bit I : Game. ; there is little time for registry: today ond rank in value, the hay crop, which names ; -
Venezuela be considered friends favor Stahreeieiigh
must as against requests to
William Jackson, J. D. Maley work in the afternoon I Notice is hereby given that I am Castro rather than against the Venezuelan heretofore came second, gives way while School.
T. Titus betook themselves to The postoffice force will have to no longer connected with the 1 Daytona King Cotton noses up into second place.
worth 500 vote will
: I I ami will, be peopleSpending With but one exception the coupon
not agricultural
' haunts of the upper To- 'step lively" as well as "look pleasant" Bakery, responsible be found in an ad. tomorrow. Whil
last week and wandered in now for some time, so in transactingyour for deli trf. exports for 1903 have been the
for the discover
W. W. DOUOLAS.J I largest in the history of the muting coupon you may -
with telling results. They business know just what you want I Honeymoon in Daytona country. a $."> bargain for a Christmas preset.

in with a bag of 100 quail, a to do so as to expedite business and Mrs. Henry C. Godman, widow of the The farmer, contrary to his reputation _
t fellow next in line have chance.To is fast becoming and
and a deer. They enjoyed let the a an organizer,
J II.{ E. Stevens and bride prominent late II. C. Cudman, who, with her children
developed strong appetites, give you an idea of the volume of with traction roads spreading, telephones -
people of Juliet, III., are spend- Miss Marie and Lewis, has spent OCCUPATIO
and took on a good bronze business now passing through Florida rural delivery and other advantages I TAX isAGITATO
ing some time hue, the guests; of most of her time in Europe since Mr.Godrnan's .
offices it will interest you to know that he is discarding his germ-incubat I
Ivy lame Inn They have a num- : death, and whose marriage to
> the of a circle who hat e the Jacksonville cilice has already thus ing whiskers, brushing the hay seed
< envy
I' her l of warm friends here in the Abner C. Shoemaker; in Washington, TO.DAY
and returned with less to far this season handled 800,000 "booze" From his hair and no longer squandershis I 'I
Joliet colony, who welcome Mr. andMrs. D. C., on Monday, September 28, was .
circulars. It might be too personal. hard-earned for bricks.It .
the hunt. money gold
Stevens to the dty.kirn4.. duly chronicled in the Weekly Gazette- I
were the Dally News informed, to say now goes:: into savings banks.
Xews, has arrived in Daytona. Mr. and The Mind of The City Fathers,
how much of such literature the D.tona .,)'- Secretary Wilson tells of the interestin
Trial Commences. Mrs. Shoemaker are now receiving the
office is handling.It Who Take Turn WithIt
congratulations of friends. They are at better roads touches upon the forest May a
[1117 United Presi.) would astonish of to 's-iun9 the food measures,
L. I. Dec. H.-This some you QIYL borne[ for the season on Ridgewood pOi>< pure Tonight.The .
know the amount of catalogues and circulars ,6 : avenue. meet inspection, of the work of exterminating -
session of the court which ia sent here from the mail order tuSerculosis in cattle and hogs, KKK a
Hainea for the murder
Jenkins devoted to houses. Chuck this rubbish in the wastebasket Death at Daytona Beach.A reviewsioik of experiment stations, occupation tax seems to be something i
E. Annis was and stand by the local merchant .. talks of ajricultur.il education, dairy of a thorn in the side of the body
and calling sail death occurred '
: of jurors who advertise and invite you through : at Daytona farm'nc, irrigation in the west, etc. politIc just now, judging from tbvfry
who are absent. The trial ]teach about o'clock Monday morning,
>nce this afternoon. the local papers They help to make Our delivery vice is frre. (O"UI i ius wilt n the 3-year-old daughter of Mr. lie speaks with enthusiasm of soil improvement latest ripplingson the municipal surface.

and run the town. Your mail orders up over the'; *phone' and wo till I and Mrs. James Bntkr passed away seed selection: and other advances The Marshal passed along the line
help to build up cities in other states at |!: show bens promptly esrcute'orders I indicative of the upward trend of among business men this morning intf>r-
you very sudd"*'ny! after an illness of only
Stunning Edition. he expense of the place at which you : of this, nature, NTo matt'rwhat the man with the hoe viewing them in reference to the tux,
three ('-'Y5. The first trouble was caused 1
III-iII Mttropolis' Christ- ive. !j! time of ..13YTt' :re ready toserve by croup, hut it Was thought that the Altogether the agricultural outlook i k I I their wish in the matter. i

was one of the biggest It U a slight digression from'the text you.HANKINS. child. was better, she being able to play encouraging and shows a steady, healthful Then may be something breezy l I.t- 'j
:: in this connectiono fore the Council tonight the intervUwis
in not as
out but inopportune growth. 1
f the sort ever gotten I about Sunday. Funeral arrangementshave
Fifteen thousand pounds of suggest that you cease to tear open J I not yet been completed.A supposed to be prompted by a rot''j'j
] required for the edition. The papers and throw wrappers about the I ber or by members of this body.
The Daily Sews acknowledges a 11
illustrated office to be blown about the streets. It I i !
t> advertisements, The Druggist small sand shark was caught : fraternal call from W. .1. W(

etc.of. any show achievement the Metropolis they And gives don't that,locality don't expectorate a sloven appearance.in the of-I AT,THE PLACE late Saturday afternoon off the heating 'state agent of (the Jacksonville; 'ston'j Attorney I die toi'ayp E. F Dates is in JackSO -

( undertake. ice or out on the pavement, or on any Where Volusia Meets Beach. j pier.

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.i .::5 ? . q.e.t. are tIIe6e .. C.L*8.C.Haamis.DmLA...Ctrmtattoa.CBy Editor.yaasgeF. the bed onion begirt erp were til1 Iesialae, difi erea t ,,:'
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6...r.Apptteatto. $syrttatrmr.t. tlo yield ; )
b asness. a&r pWr: .
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. 4 $12Wud,*Wodd Sits . 4 *pradfMt far entry There are three brands rel -laid f rJar 1B11Lx tOatle? -'Itri
I ... .$ ate and reaL lam- slowly dfleCJ! l .
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;, :, "" ift"ase B IiI"at ,just s L. EdmoBsoa returned fromDeLaad {j i 8r'CeIIII o mU.ta .-k1'. t leafy troUble consists or railroad *- war thatlDO l'1'hbeeit raised la; par Ior; :" .
tmkldeS dy- tlldas
: : Satnrdiy night, where fcejj j ddents eutbqaakes. *"r in owned and beaqM/m tO m uT. ca ee?M'.thB. ,

baa been doing jury duty. eases each as the patent medkfDe men harrI-handed artisans of or oer St8t8._ .
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and and
t ji iItl&N. BROS. Mrs Clara Ciscaa and iUasSLT.Cucna .I. -- -, . . .. grave mates,carefully tae poorhoose.mixed and death taken rnfttt hroazed Lads" "good fortnn a" and'''gOO.J..stars:.haw_ hadi;; -- -

.. r 4 arrived rrceotlj frwarWatseka. a late dinner or a drop la tne stock than mau ..p taaga ne.. Whemau begins,
.. W> satisfied tless IUL, .and are occupying their market dothwithbie '* fortune- :
2 '" : so.are merer, joo are.E cottage oa rust avenue.D. PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS Borrowed trouble Is the kind we get Ie makes.hs *** beglt-bis Ju47tu

r from ocr relatives. Its principal Ingredients J him and his "star" looks wniHngly down. f! :.
' :D Holers is in ) visits> borrowed money
J r _ > .. . liamim:1 I I" aides and expectations.
nectkm with Miami birthday presents
a rue. _.
y . which scheduled before'' -to But the real article Is produced .
w to ally
come . sandal of cenU on savings deposits ;
the of as follows: Put I We pay 4 per
; ti ftL YOi 'I present court I I............!........ ....&... endurance: on your feet take your life tOwithdraWtheaCcou t at any I

& COMPANY }Irs.. A. E. GiSbrd and daughter : F. W. POPE S In roar bands and follow by tunas the you

Mrs. J. L. Sirers, of Chicago, are' bow to be happy pb o opber. the ]
: : Attorney and Counsellor at preacher of pbysiral culture and the I
r located in Mrs. L. iL Manley' cot-.
Law.OfFlCe apostle of diet-Foci.
LADIES' HATTERS I b.ge,0I1 first avenue for the season, J i iJUre. : me.st..Irtate.ndEdenroone ores TOt'F1CE. S_ The Merchants

: J. T. Barnes and children : Trlepboo M His Hunt For Hem
X No. 6 South Beach Street i arrired recently from Douglas Ga, .MN.0..NNl19...a...a. On one occasion De racbmann. the I \

.,.. and are with Airs. Barnes* mother, T.K.Fitzgerald E. F.Date famous pianist.. with his nervous sammoned and A. D. McBEIDE;Preod'Jit 1... B..COYRADr'] .:'
Irritable temperament was -'
: Workmanship: 'I street.Mrs. J. VT. Reily. on North Beach FITZGERALD & OATES to appear before Queen Alexandra at II F. N. CONBAD Caahler: ... ...

Cucklngbam palace lIe liamedlateJy '

High .Joods I :Fur Kt>T-Large house, 14 Attorneys and Counsellors at Law adopted anarchism as Til* political : ,. .. ..
4 Special Facilities for Examining and refused- I.
falia and obstinately go-
rooms. situated at Silver Beach near Perfecting Land Titles boors ...... '
with him for -
Ills labored
V friends
i automobile club house; bath hot Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone 128 and at lost persuaded him not to commit ...',........i.....; ..: r oINNN
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,Y I and cold hard and soft water; far- N........a.aIe.ia..... an Impertinence which would never -Iti. ''STORE"1 : : Tbink Tort of,MILLS':;'='at.
.'..I.. I Dished Garage and servant's quar Le forgiven by the English peopled "OUR.
.n'a. Rental. f i500 for seaaon. ln>): DR. G. A. KLOCK : be In a cab. (ICBcREA ",
-- Finally was dispatched i.
> ..."" ;.._..., ,1 )It "' : "f THE SPOT CASH t < Ii quire of T. E. Fitzgerald, or any i Physician and Surgeon : The night wore on to-morning, aDd Two Door B nth oL 1M toaorAe :1 .! 'Whether 7O'I-wa ftr1
agent. tf <: ...fIloa : Ta to IHtb **-*_ the frantic wife of the pianist and his j!1 H. S. mlLJ.r.K Proprietor. Telephone 110. /T1 f we
order of one
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:W.E GLOBE.CLOTHING : 01 Eye and Htftn .1 Olaeaea. . friends could learn nothing of what Too wllisavae by baying.here .
: 1 2 Offie or.r Ulutw Clot bin* Hlore. A : J. J THE BEST FCIWTA1XS site. J
I I 1 S tioantosam.toepe7loepmHaw .. H had become vf him. At last a forlorn .... ..J... .. .... ...
Z. !'b, daD o( Tb Clareodaa.
Popping the Qu*atioa .f.il...tl.i...ts..t.i.i.i.9I looking cab drove up to the bout, .
and De racbmann dismounted.. On
Ii neUor' said the corn.Was that leaving the palace be bad forgotten .. ............. .... ..... ...... .. .......
i and SHOES you whJspertogr E. L. STEWART
where he.lived and could only tell the
" .. I "Tea." replied the wind. 1'Tt been j| Physician and cabman that It was In a square with i. NEW STOCK OFl
trying to catch
,: your ear for some church In It. So all nIght long he
.. | Surgeon.Nsprctal a
Best Values in the time.Bohem1aD
City. Maga ne. i iDi
I I ..ntion to MM***of v.,..., Kar.Tbrxmt bad been engaged: In mating a round ;
.. I I II and >i.rr.>. of the Innumerable squares of London. |I Bamboo :
ABE.(TS: II r*.t. Fwvtb 0"Cft Pe.tefucc Furniture

ls4ks. Red Cross-ChlMrens' Educator-Men's Bostonian I I Lawyer (to applicant for positSon PboDP ('..IIA.n..rf"d. His Measure. '
Yes. I need an office( boy. Are yon
SHOES ; truthful? Boy-Yes. sir. but I slut .....NNNNNNNNNNROY ".\. few frteoda." relates Mr. JaioeaMotr I AND NOVELTIES
: I truthful enough to hurt your business. In the. Draughts World. "were :
,,i -Chicago .ewL : HOWE, '1. D. :: chatting with Wrjlle. the checker | JUST RECEIVED.

: Physician and Surgeon : champion In a club after one of his

.....,... ..... ........... Offlc and P.rsd* C't': 121 l+v. RJd (.>- day of exhibition 1layn Glasgow.
. .
ood Avenm* Kld t'.OOIJ ?u41lalce when under t
opp. ; a youth slfchtly the Influent BINGHAM. & IAl Y COMPANY
[ ru1k : I ;
-1 I I I .. :4Uto!fours* ... :B ft,.to II a.Telephone tu.: :X to I 173 uud .* of John Barleycorn, threatened .

Doingsat ,. to monopolize the conversation blowIn
I i I .N..1N.N..N...1..N... .
d i Daytona ;' ? his own born and giving out in BO t Furniture House Furnishings Ucdirtakiaf
2 uncertain language that be considered
f.O ., c fl I! Beach CASCADE E himself the equal of Wyllle. The old .:....................N..........

<) 0 2 man took no notice of him for a
r I
l- Q .
w q, iiC' I but occupying the usual five minute.! .............. ..... -
fi I In considering tbe move, quietly asked r. ,
D."YTO. A BEACH Dec. Mr.'and.Mrs. .
Equal. AnyImported the youth to remove his hat (not more
4r z I !. Bulterd. friends of Mr Burn- .. than six and half size LEW -SMITH
o but e.atM a a ) then substituted DAYTONA ICE COMPANY
l/ : i i ham, alI!n-d last week from Elmira, X.i o.-t_ his own-whIch was a large I' Manager

J I :i,,1'i and are tomfort&bly installed at the 4Dc r.ddrertdat-.r. j cue and went well down over the '

.s- : I Bum bam cottage on Mitchell avenu ..4s.4lour young braggart's nose-and, casting
.iIi i
: I .i i Mrs. bullard and little son expect to home.04YTO"" ti'Qr" his eye around tbe company,. said Absolutely Pqre-

I spend tbe winter with )fro and Mrs.Burnbam BOTTLIVQpnonc WolllI.S.: scornfully That's his measurer The I I & I ICE Made from Distilled 1

: who are expected to arrive :.?- company enjoyed t"he retort so much \Vater.I .

................ I about January 1st. Mr. Bullard returns .. that tbe youth" was glad to make a
hurried es.lt.
: to his business after the holidays. ]H. EUGENE JOHNSON, '- Our Wagons make Trips Daily except]
y ) : I A party of East Orange X. J.. winter I -;
INN Bicycle Livery. The Servant and the Factory Woman. Sunday to all parts of Mj
I visitors arrived at the Surf Crest Friday fUll' 1I Much as loathe the factory system i DAYTONA SEABREEZE. ORMONO
C rrt -*a u.- < < j and DAYTONA BEACH:
: as follows: )Ir, and Mrs. Chas. Martin it scores In some,respects above sculleries.
COTTAGES.; :and Mrs. Seamon and two little boys Bicycle Supplies and Sundries. In factories, at any rate women Ice for Boats Delivered, any Dock-Sacked or Loose. ".
PrU-m Right. All, work _'w.n'l1h.1.! :
1tP.1t J Mr\aid lre. >. Gray, of Poston, rectnr'arrivals Come and S.e. meet with their kind and have In OFFICE-Rear of Schantz Plant. Phone .f6.::

,, have leased )J rs. S. E. WEST KNIJOKCKNTKAI.: $Itl15.I.., tereourse with many varieties: of ha .....
man nature. But chained in .N QN i000tMN
rD, Rogers cottage on Grandview avenue, up seal -
{ !!i1 iiiiiii i iit leries and kitchens, with tether Just

on Comfortable.Atlantic Beach. for the season.About fifty of Mr. and Mrs. Parsons'friends DR. F. H. HOUGHTO\ ; !lung: mended enough and-no to reach longer the blocking their lives tote i........... ................................... .

Bathing and Fishing. met at tbe parsonage Friday are bare and starved as the picked: If You Are Jf

ti aRkk ngb0 express their gratification at : .1PL! bones that they pat In the pots.-Lon i Very, Very ;
the termination of bin law suit also : don Woman Worker.

DAY AND UP. 'their confidence and good will. A purse I Pu.ro 3t: \\'- ,: KaJ _. .' :i Iir.l- 0i f Particular About r.i .

n K.lit which had been made up during the i i i i aN a a i a a I Cost of Big Game Shooting.In .
day. was presented to tbe minister by the German possessions In Africa Groceries j,
k STEWART E. A Branch with a few appropriatewords. ;:...................*....: :a penult to shoot costs |2GQ. Specialr'HwL.J..n i
I is required to kin
Mr. Parsons was deeply DR. EDITH B. SHOEMAKER more 2 )tie want your trade.for we're i1
I. I"LOlUD.\.1 : than two giraffes, four rhinoceroses certain that 1M!'II appreciate the difrmwe
touched and expressed his great appreciation j: DENTIST 5J and six zebras. In the case of ofils..nt : In.our goods our methods and our serviW.' Wepmmfae j
of tbe friendship and loyalty of :f ,. price also. Telephone to plf'a.ceD[ oa It
his .. your order.L.
people. Tbe friends lingered IbrougL- be given one tusk from each
,, .
III | ill
(I' ; O
CRESTi nut the evening which was pleasantlyand 60 THIRD AVEME. 3'tOSTEOPATHI' kilk-d.! The bunter receives a small

,1!i 11 informally spent in social coo"efbe. .t a....................+a+..: payment wild If he shoots a lion panther U LYMAN/ Miler-Strohm r
i I thoroughly rrnotabil: N Light refreshments were served before Ur or hyena. A permit to kill '
: : '.:fishing.* I MOd Dixrly located the visitors took their ........ ............... gazelles, antelopes nn.1 monkeys costs I Co sOld Stand. :
departure. only $10. :.......
to SUM pr dxr. 11. B. West 1 ....G..A . . . . ...f.
Falls .
Church _
?Kx. H. Y. ICIMiKKs Abbott :: - T...................'
iNtrtona JHh.. Kla. Va, and Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Taylor IHt. J.. C. HEll"'A' T I
(;nduakmd -r A. T.riili..uuJ- r of TiiMttbr
Hastings, Fla., registered at the White ....' Ht Krk1,1., Mt--->.,r!. T When
House tIUHTH MKAs ':S IS"l I-\,T. SV J Making
Saturday. Purchases
Ssscna Lucat..fou YO3W: t\ U.drarr of
r'e .ts Harry Abolt, who is spending the ... rKt Ut Ht.cb roIl.< .<>f>IX">n. Tili,:al.I.! ) i
'POOIk-.1 IjiiJ. att. i.l.n t J I"PECK-HENDRICKS \
Merida. winter here is just back from a flying ................. .. ..... .:
frmni ktrurturtev
,- I trip to Cuba. Stations MCDONALD. Meats.
'D\.nlo-:"s..puou..u........ .lueatluu large .... . . .. I L O. LYMAN. ry
rt. r"oceanlarge;ground,; t Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Head and son, ofKansas : a a a OOIOa 0 a0a d1v Groceries., M. B. AULTMAN, Qents' Furnishing ,

ft D.t"r Adilr.ir (Ui M and up: .|
niWKIM, Proprietor. Inn, and expect to take a cottage here f : J i HANKINS. The Druggist. HARDWARE co.\iP.tY

for the winter. : : BINGHAM & MALEY CO.. Furniture.Be .

[ [ HOUSE[ COTTAGES[ H. .\. Watt and .wife Adrian. Mich.; I I Rul"eD e S- v. . \; ..
\ .E. L. Brooks, Joliet. Ill; A. F. Bait'- I I Office O'trnl.l" al I' Ii'.r. .. and get your votes in the \

I BKACH. "1\. 'a..in, Chicago are ncent arrivals at the 1.1.i..iliei.iiiei.iai.
?ea.-ide Inn. Bush &
and ciMnpk-tHy fur- I' ID.laDc Relief Safford
ro\.III..U'., clan end Warrtn11<-03:, Dr. Springer and Mr CATARRH: cad .......h.tare. ___ Piano Cont tELECTRICITY
Hitil?-- Avnu tre.t.e
on ze sat ..
.I AtUnttc OCMIU. It-.I. > I Cherry: had a boat trip tAt the Inletriday 'r .;J .
T xleo Laboratorr.11 S3 Bro.d.ar.sow fork
}. ; 1; 1.HUN'AftP'ro 1c 1 F and brought hone a fine catchof ,jA)} .@ -=

3 sheep&head. ....tt..M.MHMH.'i'i ,

: & CO. Mr. and Mrs H. J. Porter, of Lansing. 'FOUNTAIN CIT\ I'i: LILY ... i U !tf

Mich.I who have spent a number of ADD WATER
= ESTATE I winters at Daytona Beach will not TRANSFER

come south this winter oa account of :. MEET" A LI TWAINS.. i I 'I .2t9 3pa.fIlny. :i'alald/, riadla

... { lt-.-.ltj-. tn\'n..nb I! Sirs Porter's eyes which: have not recovered THEFLNESTTlk l >OlT, IN DA> TO\A I + Wafer that 9J
{ & I* at Ittytona Hach'; the strain of last winter. BlacksmitK and r..rrlae. I{ I is X6301u/tlly /hate. :?aao,9 Ai sad rrol only as ont Of
Shop to Connection. 1 1GIO. JS"'y .%
t K..ommon" the %'rfodarn
i I I ,: : A. FOYE. Proprietor,5 1 6y rlloted L .1 Convenience bar a
( : I : nhyte'oianror l7iror I 'JI/J" '
L Co. Mierob.. Tx.r> + JC I: dart aF.'h' Y ,,,, /acassit' J{ 0ay and

'' Fla. : "Speaking of tbe ark- be L'lld.I _...I..I..I..CC. i and sine y s. Cnl,1y 'l/iyAt Cy grant

saw a little boy at play with hisNoah's ..................... J 7ee from .HamFul Illu.I is nova malnlaned3'.maeh
e INSURANCE, ark the other day. i watched ] 'll/In"al, anti W $ll1ln,9/he !People 0/ l7a ..
t PUBLIC.+Im put aboard all the people, all the : GOOD /HEAT' : Organic 'll/all" 301.1 6y at e r Sea, Jtu*
Leading ** and
t \ .Proprrtr. painted animals, and then I saw him I* afaan fouu.i .Hol./s '" 'Daytona lea.* an
cud \egctal.hLeods.; :, place carefully In a sheltered spot two and Vruyylsls
tiny splinters of wood. :f s. ,, pp or lenity to Operate Jtfotor ar.ct .

h "'What are they, my soar 1 naked.it Our Se t. Lamb Pork. _. .c9hl' al any and all h.... .
aDd MutUMi aro al. TLS
fi I Them's microbes.: said be. : prime. Our uU>i d<;, : 'TOr ADAM l SCHANTZ
"It bad never occurred to me before cacle ar tbv best*l market afford LILY

but there must of course have been a t A Trial Order Hollcl ted. Phone S : WATER m ELECTRIC
1 Made for aU : pair of microbes In the art"liarper's i PLANT
) *. C:1&j Weekly. I Lk "fry'8ircbwood's Butter...... j.e E.. L I

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:. t. '- -':' -'?,. ttaw.We:doleerieg y S. B.. 'GREEN 'rjS"f'V _____ r i ,:Onr All-Havana'Smokers'are a r.epectalillargest ". '" :.t '
iN ? :: r.WPllbehrI :Alterieg a d.mt .......; > . rk '?*... .-. : m 1.oeated'nortlr i.Ce. iraJ' ,,y _,j
7 fer,Lftdm tiadQeatiul : ,Z- and best - .-. .
Mtstllior .r ProP rletor = : *; Y= '-:
{ 4WtakS Ifofk clled> for'aad deHvered.i. rir.r.LINI } ;;
R.Rr ' :7"H 'PHtNE'2B': " i 'rY x vrab ,, for .the .money. :. .'I:.:A. .ROOT'.. .. .. .. r : -
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sa ,- .... ....1ratW .,'; -" rr< I-y 'o <" liblN I INNNs = ;'\J-- <<=:: ........3.vItOTEL PACM_.-<__ ;_BEACH., '. ,. ': .... -..-IlNI.IN.I.'ISUI.I.ISI.IS1aa ...........1 . .1. :, '...

A. Ft f' -,a. .... .. tt..t.w.- Hsw I ,
: : fpflTCUINHKf -
AL TEll .......-* ....:..Jwt -of'. 'LEHI 'C IIEN .KftlU. :! ;!streak.dunoonded t rroteetrgaeata by warm;warm tram of LLL55o01dzweatberwltaborattkeinformanty UM Gall .. '' '
.. '.te ....: N.ieltfRElb; (ffOr 'm mm; 'mm ,' .' I ; aDd THE CLARENDONI-\: .

iF > ML .! .1Ir11"J., .;,, "' .' joodentt*rat attrfteUr to ihoMmak*, .
.ett.led rattle ..WD..to-u.-: oellse"gyp, zSi I' JIve them forChristmas : >For bcd--ud .
; ; : one 1ac a tone *'r. : rates
jlWould ,
..; .. .':'dte :t eet.;:':wRkb: .lahamtrtlerent'.l: [ at .. :addreM 11.Palm. Beach. .ffXABRXEZK. FLORIDA. : : .
_.So\-tIItt1t'1 tebt.btss! endearai Uke Names. posted Cot qi .
to h4''..; \ '... _. i Opens January 1st 1909 ;
:5 -ia twrliaa- to f1U bill. ;:as new-r'hls Would'Help : '- <1' on ,
Pbe and Jack
went ttb 3Ilaworl? .
ewmlletettoel. "'k veer:rertaurjl+c.tit'sntl'ooe dry Strangers. .
CaBGtho'. !a xtti4k" Ilnrnxndant e
nee trtrritb tM beet t" which ftirfcTjer bad, :The'Daily News Is often approach.uaduked **: a and we will teach them. .. r m . ..
.y eYanealhi. left iraapurrirLttd S how to It't"UI'good plcturet ; NEW.OF,THE H HOTELS -
own., flee ML.r about street numbering so with Steam .Heat Electric Lights Hot and Cold Water
: to at to of tbf e\!M scrmt h *T. : all the way by the : : S
Dayt tta.t.wmd $ $lT ( in '>tghL< _\Vba ;:"b*.camlu*thialn'askcd 'es often that l It amount to a clamor. 1 If . sI
J Telephone High Grade Appointments Rent with or
D ;
: r correct numbering were systematical, DAYLIGHT SYSTEM : IL---- ;
bgtid a Me '
11 ran."nuNacet "\Veu. n wtwt being* you back taken Dp and carried through there Is :: without. servants.. 2

ptJael.ti .MU Ownpany. beretr .; little question, that it would be a boot Despland Hotel. :
"* -- } *K3| ptat.n.-: aW :J'rKljw1 want to. In #...... st! .e.Ier.e...............I.......1..N.a.iNe
to to everybody.
strangers, I fSNfl
both turalsAfV oom go back tn c .uilnj again.- The city baa outgrown the provincial SEE L u Among the arrivals at the Despland I.......1.....1..................................... 'n
$.t.e,; Mtuated al Indeed? Why f tl/uugitt yon bad Hotel over Sunday were: A. P. Shoe
I tae ar.i eeM P&uuttoaveaoelit 'Day ttl d'4own lu,the cat! for the rest of town It was a few years' ago, and may at .. .. maker and wife. Washington, D. C.; R. t.
wwvBt* 1,1 *MOT awa .via :
uia 1 reoa.lb.WbsrI bat btNh. jour llfer"well.eai well gracefully accept the situation and !HOTEL DESPLAND-'I
M hsNaas._Plies.is con; tot .. ; R I'll tell how It li, take on city &Irf. ,Correct and system : AT TUg ': L, Sim, New York; Dr, J. H. Pierson 4
a at alai' If yea ax* inter you and wife, J.. F. O'Boyle, city; Then ,
Md Iae (W tfc .property., |, went bnk to n1d Missouri, and Itrou'll atic"numbering Is an absolute essential, ., s
.. _._i it *??*?* CS ofYfr : KODAK PLACE : Dunn and wife East Orange, N. J.; M.Beonetein "
4* ?: belles* It tb<'Y.f9 ct a railroad. and the sooner It !is adopted and mad Daytona Florida :
Pall Mall N. Y. A. J. Cal-
ItaUon'thlll trn mile 0' the old place unanimous the better. 5 *

Modern -yea. etr- a rntlrrnd atk>nAnd.! Since W. B. Reed ceased his enthusiastic : Beach Street, : boun and wife, St. Lorrs.Schmidt's .' : Now Open for Season I9 o8-9. S
Q on lotsttfeetde trhnfc roor- Ihrj! 'rc pet 0. ranch now -
work In tbe Interest of street numbers :
r through In every four nil!,. I, tell you 'whflfc the subject baa been permitted tc : Twe Door.North ol 3d Avenue, : 5 L. M. WAITE, Owner and. Manager. :
rtp'n.. the air nla't down tbert Hotel.One -
i plarkredder.ti l'IInt > 5
4 jut Door te the :
1 stirs rye no mores I lapse. Will eome public spirited citizen .: : Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Service Excellent? :
"Is that tvul 1:>lo? Tut 1 thoughtyou'd step into the breach and make the fight Hotel of the most Interesting guests atSchmidt's
Prince George : Broad
: : Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. :S:
o temn Isle the gird tMnr to eat they for a needed work?. Hotel ia MM. M. F. Cowie. of -
f Ise 7Ilet ne+.Rt.IAuia ad., have dlt\Tn-tJU'r you Htut.gnod thlngf How many citizens of Daytona can j;: DAVTONA. FLORIDA. j;: New York, who has regularly. made this ;: Every Modern Convenience. Send forSBooklet. SSumnwr '

., MHA IR, ,Agents p.y.I to tat I remprstK'r."ItooA ( .- the streets and running : : house her home for the past fourteen or .. .
name avenues ....I.I.................
t ,thn.t| 1 a 4Vhjr.|| cnp'n I west from Beach, beginning on the 1 fifteen winters. Mra Cowie I is a very .. Address ATLANTIC HOUttlS I!, NarniKansett Pier, Rhoda Iilaod. .5I

didn't Jwve a 4'Uil'! heaver tall the south side of the city If you can't, cut estimable lady and has many friends aI.I.....I................. ."............I.I.i..... .

Ike I tttltl/t wbolr,time 1 vale their"Humor this,out and paste It away for future among;the "regular at Schmidts. I tNtN**.****.***.***...... .. .

i, I40M ot, ': at Funerals.In reference. here they are; Recent arrivals are Mr. and Mrs. Cor w
z ; y Fronting on the Electric Lights aid c
-Other I)ayn" U'Ulum Winter Belleview, nelius Christlancy, Port Orange; Geo. E. I I Halifax Uirr. Modem Improvement.Schmidt's .

I an oWl bare.std Were U room tor several tbe famous drauullc! critic, tells bow South, Miller Boston; D. G. Eccles, Chicago;; i
f llow., the log. M-jr i
titles fond oa Mm
bar/or sale aom very pteaauntprtet he :and, Jo ?i>h Jfttenou were among; Cedar Joe'L. Earman Jacksonville; Mr.and ,
Oo taKe Iotn at >a that bav not dU- tbe pallbearers at McCullough's fu :
Loomis. i Mrs. 3i B. Nebelhoer, Oconomowoe
aeuale4 tbp ryitleuturu;
neral. MA train was
cur meUniboly Hotel
Live Oat making a return visit;T. C. Dunn andwife :
halted la a Philadelphia street, says
** the Orange, East Orange, N. J,; N. B. Thou I
PiY a.OOM HOUSE! and Mr. Winter be danced; along PI'soo
s. and gravely remarked. *I never knew Magnolia, Cincinnati. I Formerly Schmidt's Villa. ,

'J s.t: !In KINGSTON before that there were so many walk.. Vol usia, The Daytona Steam Laundry has'
Inc gin J!meD In my profession. : Bay fresh HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors
BALK, ot.. been brightened up by a coat j a
roB JaqUIN Another qvalat anecdote which be Third; The Bennett.New .
CONRAD: REAL CSTATC COMPANY/ OR tell with reference to a melancholy I Second of white paint, against which the t DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
NORMAN S. DAYTON. occasion .-UUhJa one on the burial. of lettering, "Steam laundry" in dark arrivals at The Bennett are H. r r

,?. ". T, MeCLELUAN.: Owner .ohn DrouffhanEdwin. .: I First, green stands out in bold relief. B. Abbott, West Falls Ch., Va.; Mrs. H.I t Fine Home Table Delightful
t' -- Booth aid I aaaisted to bear Fnirviev. I H. Johnson and Mrs. F. M. Hall, Akron I .. Reasonable Rate Bunny Rooma
' his pall 'I remember thaf the two The narrow streets are Cottage ave *A. A. Kiger can recover a bunch I Ohio Miss Ida W Cleveland, '
.WK6ING' lOTS ON RIDGEWOOD I' ; lworth. FN iF" " " NN....N.. .**..titltc ttxesa itie "MMMMMti
Live Oak and Orange, Ivy of at the News
gravediggers after they bad lowered n keys by calling: Daily Ohio; Mis. E, D. KIplinger. Canton;!

I .' toner or sate Lct4*and.S, Block 3, Cole.wai bla coffin t little tray .into tbe grave Lane between Orange and Magnolia,, :office and paying for this ad. tf Ohio; Mrs. John S. Forster and Mrs. ....eee.......Is.ae.............e.ol*.. t

|% Addition to Dayton These are were constrained with many,"puttered and Myrtle avenue between Magnoliaand I Milton Huber Williaiosport, Penn.A .
Hmonatb* trod desirable vacant lots left exclamations of .Alae bur and 'IUl e Yolusia. I The "Maxine," Capt. Chat Odum, '
Dinner at The Ben-
clot Kldtfewood, avenue. A fine location for a herr to lift It op again in order New streets are being opened up went to Hobe Sound last week to family Party THE RIDGI3WOOD-J
plea borne, For priers,addruu to enlarge the cavity. Booth a ad I. and F. A. Snider's household nett on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Albert
gut B. QIK>WN Orntral Jake. Michigan. like Hamlet and Iloratio, were'standing : north of Fairview avenue, some are convey Bee ett aDtt, eir: son, Clarence
end goods from that place to Daytona.
for the south pretty
T under'a neighboring tree observing I contemplated time Bennett. 'Mr. Bennett while a residentof E. D. LANQWORTHY, Proprietor,
The "Maxine""ill return some
S these proceedings and nothing was 1 soon. Davtona, has joined the cottage colony Y
i E.: S, HALL ever more woefully comic or more immoroosly I }With the new streets and avenues this week. for the- winter season, and is at THE house is charmingly situated on Ridgewood Avenue, the high

Architect and Builder. rueful than Hamlefs opening west of the railroad it can be N. Erickson lias just completed, home on Bay street. est and most healthful point in the town of Daytona. It is i avery

as he looked at me with those smu'l' erri bow important it Is to brace' up,, and I will send to New Smyrna, this Mrs. Mary W. Bailey. of Rochester, i tastefully and comfortably furnished and is modern' in i
with that
and whatyou're
melancholy and know
Palmetto Avenue number ju.t
Officcm up week, six more pews for the Episcopal N. Y., is enjoying her first visit to Day '
The from the
furtive grimace murmuring a0 very respect. vegetables are Ridgewood garden
'" at. church at that place and a mar tona, and is at The Bennett for the win-
Daytona, FIo rida. 80, 'It's the last recall. I and native fruits, which grow in abundance, are a feature of i
sive-looking cypress table for the ter months.

.. !I Unconquerable. Ocean House. Col.! Robert A Houston and familyare the table.

....... .... ............. It was a veteran soldiery that re- located at The Bennett for the sea Opens December 15th.
NtiNNNN/N.NNNNN peopled the plantations and the homesteads C'>1. Coma I Stiibenbord is remodeling son. Colonel Houston is a permanent

I i Everything of the south, writes Thomas the interior of his launch,, resident .of Holyoke Mass. He pronounces ...........m..o............................

| Find'The.Spider Nelson Page In the Old Dominion and the "Ernestine," putting in many Daytona the moat delightful of N..................N...............-.:- ...... .....
I I withstood tbe forces thrown against convenienciea, and getting the boat' 'South t
Photographic | Southern resorts. The bridge
,, , i them during the period of reconstruction. in the most comfortable shape for
t In addition to personal pride, will need new supports before long to The Prince
SPECIAL PRICES ON + self reliance and physical courage, cruising purposes. bear the strain of the great catches he George I|

\\l vvoit'$ It : :I they possessed also race pride which t For sale or rent, modern 7-room and his friend, C. A. Horn, are making I rs

[ PHARMACY Z Portraits for the Holiday |' is Inestimable In a great popular strug furnished cottages, Itidgewood ave daily. Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors,

! 1 '|'.,,,,,. 4H H. Iiacb St i iI Season | 'i gle. J. G. Brown, 113 S. Itidgewood ave Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ziepprecht, of
i However beaten and broken they i :
Dubuque, Iowa, who have been 8pt.nd.ing WILL OPEN DECEMBER
i were, the people came out of therw' L. F. Steere is having a roadway their honeymoon at The Bennett, 15th .
i i Developing and Printing for the with their spirit unquenched and a l*- cut: through the shell mound to the St. : '-
NEW MNKOF have: gone on the Alcazar, at Augus :
Amateur a Specialty. f IUet that they :were unconquerable. south of his residence on North t REFURNISHED AND RENOVATEDj g

Tooth Brushes, Combs, HairBrushes A story used to be told of an old I Beach[ street to affoid an entrance tine.Miss homein j THROKJIIOIT
I i i Anderson & Clark, f fPrck I Confederate soldier who was trudging : Helen Cubbison ii now at : i t
from the front to the large .
etc., etc. I home after the war broken and ragged garage her cottage, opposite The Bennett.A t
Steam Heat in Room
: : Block,opp. South Bridge. .. and worn. He was asked what he he has just erected on the rear ol : =1;

..................NN.... :......................... I would do If the Yankees got after him his lot. MANI I I SAME MANAGEMENT AS "THE BRISTOL," ASBURY PARK N. J. !
when he reached home. FOR a living man to lead

I Oh.. they ain't goln to trouble me," After a week's stay here, at his O That will not babble when we I ............................................ ........ -
................................................... I be said. "If they do Iii Just whip 'em home on West Yolusia avenue, while O for bleed the! silent doer of the deedl I Fl
again." awaiting some machinery parts from -.... N N

i. Two 8-room Cottages, i, :a ksonville, I'd !iry Van Dorn left One that is happy In his height .i3 EIT--l
: Cold and a Candle. And one that In a nation' night 1I 1I THE t tI 1
t O'RMOND fOR RENT- furnished, modern in Saturday night for Big Pine Key, Hath solitary certitude of llghtl
I Dr. Moss of the English polar expedition
where he is drilling a well for the
; improvements, ideal I of 1875 and 1870. among other Sirs, not with battle III begun / t": .'4 North RIJg.-w..xt AvniicMAW aI
odd tells of the effect of cold .F. E. C. fly company. We charge you. not with fields urxwon. Modern :
things . and First-: <-lass in every particular. Private !
I i! surroundings an 1 faring the river. Apply to i on a wax candle which be burned. Nor headlongdeaths against the darkened MLM IY OPEN. Bath Rooms Entire White Service. Northern : 1
David Karrick has
just completedthe
I The temperature was 35 degrees below Cooking. Special Dinner served Xmas Day. 3
. zero, and the doctor must have been porch on the front of his house, But with a lightness worse than dread I 1 Cottagers may engage tables now. .1
i THORNTON i That but laughed who should have i
MACON : considerably discouraged when upon on North Beach street. Mr. led k 44u4.-..NN........e..SN..e...............e.. .
: looking at his candle, he discovered rick feels that he has something And tripped like dancers amid all our j
I I that the name had all It could do to somewhat out of the ordinary, as the dead. ...................................................N. ,
R.EAL ESTATE : It was so cold that the in its construction
I keep warm. designs used You for no failure we Impeach
I dame could not melt all the wax of the were original with him. Nor for those bodies in the breach. THE STILLMAN !

BEACHNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN I candle, but was forced to eat Its way But for tbe deeper shaUowncss of speech ;

ORMOND and ORMOND ; down the candle, leaving a sort of The "Crisis," of Centre Mou- When every cheek was hot with shame : DAVTONA, FLORIDA, D. R. STILLMAN. Proprietor. : "

: skeleton of the candle standing. There riches N. Y. and the "Berwind" of When we demanded words of flame. t-'acDIir The Halifax. Half block from Store and lostoffic. .
.e heat enough, however to melt O ye were busy but to shift the blame. Modern Improvement W hite Help. !Northern Chef. . .
&.......eNNNN was Philadelphia, arrived at the Halifax I
I oddly shaped boles In the thin walls of Hive Yacht Club Sunday afternoon. No man of us but clinched his baud. : Terms $2.00 and upward. Weekly Rates on application. :: i i
I wax. and the result was a beautiful No brow but turned as with a brand.
i Tiii K..l : lacelike cylinder of white, with a The fonner is bound for South You. you alone were slow to understand. .. --- TABLE BOARD -- ..

MATTER WHAT YOU tongue of yellow flame burning Inside Ledge[ and the latter for Miami! O for a living man to lead .I...........1........... ........................... 1I.

of It and sending out Into the darkness FitLy will leave today. The "Crisis"is That will not babble when we bleed!

Of Buying l or Renting i in the way of Real Estate many streaks of light one of the best known of motorboats O for the silent\ doer of-Stephen the deed Phillips.! ........................ ,.

|I| BE IT A CABIN OR A MANSION i iIII Crete can Siege claim of to Crtte.have been the Both ,boats and was made here the three trip years by waterA ago. THE LOST CHANCE. to !I.| in? HOTEL Opened and WASHINGTON June! PERKINS I, IUMKIITH .Ts. I'I' cor.Vaba THE: milMION{[Ate.I & Jackson I HOIELa Itoul. !ry

Farm and! Truck scene of one of the longest sieges on OH. the many things that we ought I '
i i talk with us. do { CHICAGO
willl IK to your advantage to record longer than the siege of Troy. At the moment when ...e won't! PORTLAND, ORHCION .
And is one of our specialties. far In the seventeenth century It took Strong Maid.A Oh. the many things we would like to do (Tli. Uosr ('it> .
i the Turks more than twenty years to cooking expert tells this story: At the moment when we don't! :
,. f aiFr.
"MaJcro Luau ) at :Moderate k atc. fir, .ae >
S III DAYTON ; capture Its capital city. The Island, in I Only the other night dining! with ND the many times when we could Ig
J NORMAN S. fact. Is famous for protracted military some frleiids of mine I saw a maid .1 have done.

operations, for, though the revolution I drop and lire.,),; a superb platter that \ t'e scratched our chins and !

of 1621 was speedily' successful In the contained two roast canvastmck du"ks.I wouldn't.And .
I II. times when we would have
11 Lumber Real Estate Building open country, the fortified towns were I Our host did not permit. this accidentto done the many i

still nncaptured when the powers intervened ruflle him. While we waited for But cursed our luck we couldn't! ,
.. NN NN N*.*.*.......*.*.** In 1S30.Awkward some other course to tie substituted fot ii
NN NN NN NN.. I' OW. the things and times of our
........................ the last one he said: 'You tuust excuse -*., might have done iI i
.. .
....................... For the Aeronaut I that; maid. These accidents happen almost Are away beyond recall
t. An element of humor characterizedone I dally with her. I think it Is a And the things and times of our hop -to-

of Mr. Spencer's Indian experiences. I disease. She was 1 believe, a dairymaid doPinta .
I Ii or come not at alLStephen
Investment .
originally but she had to a ban ti Ii+
k Rare One day, after making a parachute I Chalmers. .
descent his balloon, traveling don that occupation on account of her !
fisher i Inability to handle the cows without \
on came down among some THE OPEN.I .
with steam heat, electric , folk who promptly unpicked the net breaking their boms. "
furnished house, I SEEK no throned beatitudeIn
i We will sell you u ate, ItS mult-led at a cost of
: to use for fishing lines and cut up the drifting cloudland lust
for i iIn
modern in way; good location, Beware the French "Tabac." No Alp prismatic hued $150.000
every !
lights three bath rooms ; : balloon to make waterproof clothing r
| it will 11"'r I II London Captain. I A suggestion; ; If you lore a smoker With sun and frost I Hut and Cold Punning Water and Lung .
that .
five so pay IOU the heart .f an 15um. ana .
0000 it forcqt. for yean I IEn Distance 'Phones I In all 11_* :
| ( and! rent you : and are going to tour France: take your XOh seek I burled glades Hhopptng tl.tr'ct. Kuoui- run m u ..
and repairs. and Vanity.It : own tobacco and pipe or cigars, for no mountain overbrow; suit and single; Local anil it I loom. in,i wati liuiii
i insurance Humility !Hint -u I i. NUlttt. -
net above taxea. For me no breathless shades.With Long distance phonnn Inter.' 0111. ;
I i advances. American can smoke the "tabac" sold lc SI < .011.1' I pwurtUnt
Is the humble man that I dream Lung bough.MINE Sample IUxnn Cafe tirUl1, ? I -
: I and Ounin cola I <>< ti I(1- iiul ii> I'lnlliK Koiiii4
hU Imperfections andstrives In France. Cigars are unobtainable Caters to TourUt .
He recognizes Finn.; Rat--k II) (_i 111 lb.nudr4. 'ur fuinoui Iitdlau
: Trade. European
Lithe outside tbe large cities and the smoking be the Intervale.: 4'afr. Not- U foi IHt i vie. sod Culsllw
lILt Sol.
ESTATE to Improve. progress <1e. open free; 2 per day and up...,,,Correspondence
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REAL tobacco Is of International quality tcUI'dBuokl.
CONRAD COMPANJ result of hi knowledge of self., The breeze and the beaten trail PEKKINS' HOTEL CO., Proprietor McClintock & Hayfield Prop
S [ I Tba rain, conceited, arrogant man rou smoke It In one country and smell And UM wayside tree.IlAlth
stands U In another.- Magazine U.TlMsaaa. >

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tCopjrrltfbW,IlCa..-fcy'Amertc Pres Asso- The following really happened co WANS! 'GATOR, .
'CiatlolL.J board a pleasure' steamer la the Kyfcss CryStal Theatre. .... -' -
I met lUsa.Tally in a boarding bouse. of Bate. JV young honey moon couple 15'''PER: CKNTLV OFIT-"!as
side by side gazing 09 .
sitting .
Sbe wa supposed to earn her own .UT- were (airy xa THKXK) 'JJ,7i
.' house knew her tbe lovely scenery around them."Isn't PICTURE ; ... r, :-
IB the
3 tag bat no one HOUSE
George she mnr- OPERA
It bearenly. f
.:occupation. She usually vent oat mured. "I feel thrills all over me." TOINTOHT.ffilPiCTHBEi: For the Holidays'we_expect t .

boat 9 o'clock tbe morning and remained Then without a'pause. as U..ua rare :.
most of tbe da/,'but the 'a via rted away by the Inspiration of tie TO- '

nothing regular'either about her coins moment -Dearest if there are any left : NEW SINGS. SEABREEZE CLOSE THEM) OUT AT ONCE_ ,::
'" .Someimes-.he Would I think would like a chocolate. Attractive .
or beg: staying. .. .
remain la the boose for ereral days No good reason exists why spiritual 7.
rometlmea 'when abe emotions should not make out hen;ya I : 'FIRST CHOICE."We --;.:
at' time and BARGAIN WEEK GET:
a.' The.bride who demanded sweets was i Complete Change; . '
.....est dot In the,morning would return I wiser than a girt who O .re--1neJ ....,;.. .sn.1' Every \ :.. :. !
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.,before BOOO and not so oat again. starring and Inconsolable b.bftrro:1 For Six Days Only "

There was a rood deal about Mia after the departure of her low l for "f "As You eive.votes in the Busk&SafforU: -''Piano' Conta" .'
TaUj that Interested, me. She waa : IcdLu At last an amateur: Utt:* restored I f ADMISSION 10 CENTS */'.- .-<* .' ; ; ,

DeTer for a.'ionff period In the same upstairs with a cup of coffee 1 J" ". .1 '.
mood. One day abe would be merry aa and a plate of toast Tiepins to per- ,I Nocturnal :;

a cricket the next In the depths of suasion the afflicted maiden was induced i VAUDEVILLEIssUeSavoy
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and drink and bran to ---
to eat -- -- AtJLTMATV
IMpaIr<< Then abe would be subject Our Dog M.B
look somewhat less dejected. i Week Decc bcr ltd ... ;
to fita of anger, wbeo no one cared to .
"1 believe I was dying for tfomethlos! :: I
approach ber. Any. sensible person all the time." she finally eonfetseJ. !
.ma, 'Judge from this that Mlsa Tally but I was afraid to ask Ut p<*1''* I I Coming Attractions: Matinees \ Beach .

was not Ittely! to make a good wife would believe me to be less unhappy, i urday 3:30 2 .

,tat I bare noticed In jroung men a disposition than I really am.-LoDdoD Black aiiJ THE PICKERTS-Week Cec 28
to neglect the girls who are White Week Decrsttor aStfcHowze

especially fitted to make borne comfortable I 0t}

for thoM who are so conati- A Tribute to Sauerkraut. I Sisters COBURN MINSTRELS-
hated aa' to make a husband's life a TislteJ 1 Show
) 'Those Amer!;rans who bare January 12
burden. Ar any rate. I became fascinated Munich know well the noble statue at : % Admission 10 !'
-Tnf PI il*
with, MM Tally's moods At the bead of the KartoffeUaladstrasse. Y.'V i Bond Lumber CompaiMANUFACTUREHS
our first meeting then was a girlish raised by grateful Bavaria to the mom The place spend. a pleasant hour MABEL PAIGE-Week ending Doors < ,

gladness about ber that"""was simplydelktoni. cry of St Hermann of Pllsen. Inventor I I January Complete change of OP
IIOOKA iirxx AT Taw P.M. ;
A few days later abe met I and protagonist of sauerkraut Rough and Dressed Cypress Lumber,>.j.'
with an Imperious look on her face smile bli ; >'
me The genial old saint a upon -
Brick; Lime and Cement in
that well nigh froze the marrow In my face. U seen stirring a large kettle of I Shingles) Flooring '
bones. Toe nest week my pity was kraut with an oar of gilt bronze and BOWLING ALLEY. INDIAN RIVER ORAiES g:the. :. BILLIARDS . -Office and Yards East Coast Railway and Orange A noUf'. ', %" -;

excited by a melancholy that was no so lifelike 1* the earring that the tray Frultorihe CAok.at Grape Fruit and A. 1-11..1Im. that fc !' ne 83 R. MALBY.. -

Lees becoming than her sprlghtllneasor eler standing by. can well nigh scent The Indoor nion pova.r for Qualitynone I Tangerinescliitn ... .... lint and brl|>(ul. A . .................)...... ............
her regal dignity. the perfumed steam and bear tbe Cal gry.e tsett.and r brtlh1-11U,'nli or ru.-t.
It was not long before I was madlyin ter of angelic wings. In these unro-
hove Bat realizing the folly of mantle United States we hue no public LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. I FIRST
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making a life partner of a girl who monuments to Hermann and his I j, CniPTCn| | Wilt fkk-attend.. to hipping.I Franz Hula UuMum In Holland. "
was not only changeable as the wind. very name indeed Is unknown to ell \n..rooonand'OIDIf.. I; GEORGE H. 'AlUNROE on the .dye.Prop. Ilaarioui rule n:> the nhr.dow of Granted. at baton In IMS
but wbom 1 knew nothing, about-in- aTe a few cognoscenti. But nevertheless I : OROWER AND SHIPPER In for a & Ualu. The museum it rerilj a Called. ftonopoly,' -.r
deed. whose mode of support was a i and notwithstanding this ucgl t NO. IL BKACH 8TKKKT.: I u6 S. RIUUENWD AVE.-Datoea, FU.i BKACII HTKEET. to hb UocrTbt"n' the I To the general court: of
JDJatef7-1 fought against my passion. the delicious victual be gave to tbe corporation |idcrcs hang: One setts" Molts the honor of

AU to no purpose. I was caught In a world Is firmly enshrined In the hearts .. Dletul. rs of the tnrkxt relics : tin* Crxl Ank'rtc-an patent ,

mesh and unable fo extricate myself. of the American people. Stewed gently I fullness of careless! 1l.:e. rating, la 1 One evening Miss Tally and I were in Rhine .wine It tickles tbe esopb | J. M. Ilawlia s ( and racrrjnutls Here fiats inon1tfw.I1 It ". toIIIII' '4..
sitting In the drawing rotten-tbe board- act of the opulent: boiled In plain ment of lettuce at the height vt LU power. Ti gior you r'rl..t "F.1Ja.ad1.
era.seeing my Infatuation bad by this hydrant water., It nourishes the son of 'IAi"6\ iDiWSlI I color nod directness of wcrt ';{ht tun, klh" nlgt5reatly Inc
.tune com to give up the' apartment to toIL It U at once a viand a p&asion i i A large manatee : revelation. Ererj fJcn.J3 the. tnrmtlini of ih.- Inventor >

t usslde by side on a sofa. It was In and a public Institution.-Baltimore afternoon by a and on, U convinced they were *4i rills .ngfut't' that depemeter .,.
tVb. spring of tbe year, and Miss Tally Sun. S the North Bridge. the flesh once. Thy great mas for their mottle poret! :::
was like the ee..oo. light hearted exuberant s : I oqe/lxjkl um.to of hL' brush llailt of the monopoly was f,
la spirits and. It seemed to me. Scared Out of the DueL I ART STORE I,I Mrs. T. J. these inca Immortal. Atfelcb.t; I I ttI.tna, gill the-court not ool|'"

willing' listen to lo.. '. young dream. One day M. EdlJkudbuut called Ii --- sister, are here be hill painted, and blast pies 1j(1n-l' to. fortiJU a MIe;. rIsr'vrat

Little by little I tamed my words upon upon Grlaler, the mont celebrated fencing oo for a stay of three : hangs beside bill mas: I1'l''es.! cxi ivies't .
/ that dream which by this time bad enthralled ,master of his day.M( am In a and llaLs trtir be associated ,ItJ.1Jc' for thrlrJtisQ: The fxsu .
4, me. Miss Tolly lAW my drift quandary said About. "I allowed A number of people attended afoot s 11'4 1I0W N \ VEBT WI. :,| Dr. F. II. Hough ;:' as tbe place lasts. One tt1. r- *d lu this form:
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and seemed to yield to a pleased languor myself yesterday the pleasure of a wu.'hin, at the colored Primitive I.. unusually pleasant at the execution of the PafrU i "neaten JOUOSd1P.U a
(; listening eagerly to what I sakl. joke In bad taste, and a duel U to be I {;\ Houston arrived !\. whether It btIn the hmad tYnrte at IUe church in Midway Sun f 11
I poured Into her ear all a lover could the result I know nothing; whatever Baptist : Art Calendars, j jt I I We&terville Ohio, of Hats or In the miniature f.nlsa: Mo lOW. Tbe.wrt cotuUainjivsyltj '

> say. leading up to a proposal, when she about fencing, and as you can set. I day night.A I, I been spending the genre masters All of them had :i of raisins such m -

stopped BM and said ecstatically: am fat Will you give me a Iv&sou. HO tall palmetto that has stood ft'r I : sense of ralnea. atmosphere 1! of eugua! of mils togo by
-Say tt all again" that I may not make myself too rldKulousT of the Mottoes, Christmas Booklets Mrs. Julia :\ life; a perfect hirnnay of I !lIt(1(dy llt-i tcU of much w
in the yard in front es .
.1 confess I was puzzled-Indeed,a trifle but sears fills their few
Tbe lesson was given and Cards. snme time been w oanrafies.-Spring hands and being
pot out To repeat my glowing About proved a very looor pupIL On Prince George was felled Monday J I j Sirs \V. G. Nash, (Mass.) Republican... I 1 formed of je abllltr of je _
words was not to my mind. Fortunately be r8lh'or morning. Alcoa now If...- Of I I II
his way out saw a phQta 0 went to St. iwfonne such workes srranttlon ,bit
my embarrassment was relieved by Grbler. "I suppose" he said "I must i 18trl't't.[1 several Henry Irving Wanted-to Die. i I, (ret oo Otltr per ceo stuH

a maid entering with a note for Miss not auk you for one of thcceir "WI:d Miss Taylor, who }has been selling Water Colors and Souvenir a I have I got out of Itr* Bald I or use our alHb'new laren

Tun,. She opened and read It From the greatest pleasure" said the fencing; tickets at the Crystal Theatre, will I : Views of Daytona and i I }Iris. W. W. stroking his chin and smiling :,I trade for fourteen lea,," .I
that moment she was changed. Herlight master. And with a chuckle. Grlsier I : license of him
the said Joseph
begin clerking in the Wallace: curio : from -Let me see. Well a good ,
heartedneM disappeared and with M. vicinity: ; !
wrote across tbe photograph.To the holiday !i a good glass of wine rood so fair as eonceroes any such
It her apparent Interest in what 1 had Edmond About the best pupil I bare store today, t'> help during 0* : jined jj hep "
veutloo. & It
shall be
I I Uere he kissed hand { w alwgjeapowr
rush. my i
been saying to her. Smarting under ever had.1* A few hours afterward the I i Finished hi Blcck: and VS bit >n l >i:(>ia O ; who Las bean for of this co'te
to restrain /
I 0 courtesy. Always he was jportatloo
so ,
this sadden Indifference. I left ber. seconds: of About's adversary calledon : s .Unum. ; the Troy House.LA of such manufactures i,
',. The next erenlng at dinner 1 noticed the writer, saw the photograph on I Percy Rodgers, L. Z. Vinzant, I -always hU actions. II::e I .
i iI' le one of kissing band prizes of them to moderation If *
my were
that Miss Tully appeared to have something the mantelpiece and. fearing: for their Oeoree lI f'llf'r. Frank Culleua Fred i party of iLsyt< !I slon so require." I'
on her mind of an exasperating friend at tbe hands of so redoubtablea I'I Mem imp, Ialph Means and Jack I I [ASTMAN I KODAKS A D flUIS I i \\nu the d.iy at the spoken timed.words They and came Just I This Inventor Joseph Jenks/V V
r nature. Her teeth were set. and herI j gave
swordsman, arranged the affair with!
Flint ccnstituted a fi.ihing} part They are E. I peculiar value. rt II Jr-nts.<< as It would now W spelt
eyes long Intervals were filled like with beat flashes lightning, coming on at a out any dueL I. that went down the river to New i : Also IH \',-loluq; mud l r uu,.-huutI : laughter, Mr. and I I ', not a bad summing up of It I II came from Hammersmith. Enjto i

summer night After dinner 1 was goIng Th Honest Way. Smyrna- Sunday., I' .. for Hi.iu t.-ui tr" .. Mr and) Mrs. Asa I said. "And tbe end-how would i 1 i-rh\l lu Lynn In 1G43 and dlsik
i : .. Miss }lsitii and that to comer HS2-C. used elchty-one. He as I
I: up to my room when she passed me -Money? Pooh:** exclaimed a successful Ii > j,'
In the hall gave me a glance I did not financier contemptuously."There i The Honda, a handsome launcho 9. would I like that to comer', b'sckmaitb and machinist mach *
understand and went Into the dra wlogI. are a hundred ways of making reed' by Mortimer J. Smith of .; I Mr.[ and )[1'8. my question lightly yet i dies I for the! coining of the f&

roomI followed. We were alone money." !!Jacksonville! has been in port several X. Y., arrived in the ( ity rrc'.'ntly day and will I too. Then he was silent I! Tiw" money and built the first III

there and turning oo me like a fury, "\11. but only one honest way!** protested dais from a long cruise in the.j and will remain lurimr ='It''> invr. iiMial' with Mrs.: I thirty seconds before he snap f engine hi this oouatry. r.tos>'tbtr I

she began to accuse me of some unexpressed his companion."What's !j lower waters. Mr. Smith will proceed as t lie guest of her co-ixi-i.. Mrs; ( i iA ud Mrs. J. U. fingers-the action again be- man of great Inventive genius cad*

I. crime working herself Into a that?' t this! week to Jacksonville, making Foyecorner/I Palrat-ttoa't! 1 L:>.- Iitl.le\\'oc: I words. j ant'Ktor of a tore number of dcafelt

very demon. In vale I begged her to "Cm! I thought you wouldn't know." a few stops enroute. Oak avenues. fr, m Ir? < klyn N. thatr Ellen Terry In MeClure's ants. Om of his sons mores
tell me what I had done. Without -London Telegraph. I Magazine. P.hode Island where he built se-
heeding in* she talked An, AT. other_ ",11M
atormedoaWlttlast.aeefngnopros e ere mere ' anent a n.ter rastreenaeceRroa ee eye -
pect of an end to what was like a storm 'if"h r r r"\ rr+ tir' rllrrrr'r1r trrr"r1r Crrrrrrnrrrrrrrrrr rrl r'V'r rrr' 1' l { tt II flit

swaying to tbe east to toe west any* NT'tr

I where, everywhere In accordance with SPECIALTIES OF CONRAD RQCERYNh .W'.iiY1
Its unbridled M salon, 1 left the room. COMPANY
The next morning 1 made an effort
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to escape from this mad creature.

took an early train., For a week 1 l -
remained away, then, professing to OUR DAILY I MARKET PTATIOSS{ : ::

myself to feel confident of my ability Armour Star Ham. }k ific.
to resist the fascination, returned to THE NATIONAL

the At bowie our first and meeting Miss Tully I saw upon her ARMOUR'SStar ] faked glum Picnic." .' "" J2c J4c. BISCUITCAKES COMPANY'S i

;- face the most engaging sadness. She ; Strip Bacon ...... IS, 25, and 2c Agate .
me a reproachful look which I I Armour's Simon Pure Lard, in pails, I:
took to express pain that 1 bad kept 3Ibe 5.jc.. 3 1t.8jc., lOlLs $1.60

away from her. 1 longed to take her Hams and Bacon Armour Sliced' Star Ham, in cans,... 30c I! ANDCRACKERS ...,

lo my arms bat, with a.muffled mot.. Pillsbury Flour............. per barge! $0.75
she went to her room Granulated Sugar.::.. ...100 tt 5.75 i

I saw nothing of her for a 'n1 k. login Butter, been prmt..__... 3&c. ,

Then she was plain Miss Tully neither June Storage Butter in prtota.......? 33c. .0

happy nor miserable nor angry She' Simon Pure Lard in Pails Pride Olc. in rolls .!....._. 3Qc.
gar* me a smile, tout her hand tom
fresh. ......
Eggs .J.C. :
and. Intimating that she had something -- EXCEL :
to say to me. led the way Into 'Fox River Eggs .?...,.,. 3'le. ALL OTHERS

the drawing room. Storage: Egga........_..._ 35X. i
"1 ore you an explanation. she said, - Y. State Cream -._-....--..- 20c.Eoclish .
"and I'am going to reveal to you that : W nuu. Brazil Ahnnq 20c.Florida I -
A few f of f the Imported I Goods
which DO one else In this house knows. SCUDDER'S Pecaos.. 25 I um an artists' model. I never pose. Extra I>arge Pecao*.. Joe. I II....
c however, except In proper clothing andonly we have in stock: Shelled: Almonds. '... tine/. ;
"for artists who wish to catch an SeeJr-d aieilis..............13t: tb .-)'for 2.c 1
Ciiiraras ......................13c. 2 for IZc: I
expression: of some one of the passions.They Lucca and RoJierOli\e Oil, MAPLE E SYRUP I P MahiRa l : Cluster tea t>in .........25 and 30"! I .....

have found me very versatile In A.1 Price's Sto tug Ikons Lima Beans anJ I\tra Apricotsevaporated .... ..,,,,.._, j,;.,. I
this respect and 1 have been i'.itt'eaaL I..ue : .... ... .............."............... 15c") I ,_ .
ful. The secret of success b th t Large ........... .. .. .... 11I.-- ...
.' my > AsparagusFervie's A TABLE DELICACYisicijHCcrn :I'w: ra .. .. .......... 2M. I td. 7 A nr
..;. I can at any time work myself loto. rttr..r''" .... ............. ........ r.oerdozeu iLoc.
any. required mood. and this gives. the Brand Muchrocms.Dr. i rn'.. fruit ... .. ......., .. .. ..... each :w- : ,. 1 :..:.
t. artist the expression whkh from i xt a t I. hf! 11.11.! *.... ..... .prpitxjt- ,
Cray's Chutnsy, ,
feellug what Is \ .cal i i.uu.: I. ''iltrw.flt.h: o. .s.e'ar: fl' RI;' India >and Ceylon 4 s
the model really ex-
Crosse Blacks ell's I Line of IMtkUs. &,. ..... ,. :to I,. ..... ...... U Com- ..
a bi.n
pre cd. Indeed. It can te expressed laoo Pint'*, ia Clew ..... ..................Slir.Quart t.....t" ... .. . ..... . ::... -V..OC humh20c. h + ) / hl p&t&lIea 1rItb the Dame TETLEY curie ..
I other way.- When you began to talk 1 he above are ali in glass. *, in f5la.'".... .?....... ...-..SOiT"mnto- :0.... .... .. .... ... ......lo-. quart \ Tbla> Dame Is S1DonYDlou. with on .....
to me the other evening I was preparing and I Quarts, in Tin ..... ...?............,'(',.. i' lll'I ....... . .. .. .........JO and J.ice .a.11 Ilona of tea drinkeram ':' TEA PURITY aj mjl-
:. myself to alt for a bride. While '\ e also I have Swiss Pineapple Cheese, Sardines ; \raJlt rrit.II..... ......: 2 f..,. 1IQ1oU.y ...
fjlL1rtS sic.
Half Gals. in Tin....... ..........70 .
you were talking I received cote that and other items. l 't pl..r.t".................. ..........lOand 15c. II.
many G&ll work
t the artist would Instead on a pictor ppt r per doz. 20r. I II.
'; representing a tragedy. On year I
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