Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00190
 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 15, 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: VID00190
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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[ I1d to Popular DeI contenting its revenue laws 4.. "". . I Mine Workers Elect President.By 1'.0\

and tying up its revenue for an indefint .- Very Auspicious
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I ;t. mands. would Of: course spread:jio abroad true friend such of the city Club House of the Florida East Coast Automobile Association H.SPRINGFIELD Walker, of Illinois, ILL., has, Dec.been 15-elected John Beginning.

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"ue lac flfrlll rumors
r ,Mayor WIth Ids His Autograph over Tom Lewis, of Ohio according
are afloat in financial clrcleo. I am not I Daytona Can Build Up a Factor
'*? oRANGESBY to the returns already in. The election I
and Tosses Bouquets at willing that the construction of the PULITZERIS ",
5. school building and the water plant be was a landslide. Giving Employment to

City 'Fathers.' jeopardized by an expensive and protracted ,
lawsuit. detrimental to fell the Body Shipped Today.The 100 People. \:
It It. It IE IS AN
best Interest of the city. I body of the J late S. A Schweis- K *

Vox populi; \vox Dell I Such U the ,, While I am firmly convinced that the fort, of Atlantic City whose death, due A Daily News reporter dropped in on :g

)Mayor' Interpretation of the "voice" ordinance in its main feature would be to kidney trouble occurred at the Myrtle Vet Cave at his North Beach street

which for these reveral weeks past batJa.de sustained by ihe courts I have always CARLOAD.Looks rAILING. ANANIAS. House, on Myrtle avenue, Saturday I cigar factory and found him and his _

J itself heard and )hut night culminated i considered that the feature thereof draw night was shipped this morning to Philadelphia }- ;' force busy rolling the fragrant weed into t

In a clean sweep from the record i ing a distinction between permanently where a nephew of the deceased: very tempting-looking form He wore ,\:;"

of "an" ordinance, amending an or- : located and transient dealers was of Like the Oood Old Times Physicians and Family Greatly :.The President Brands Him With will take charge of the remains. a satisfied smile'which bespeaks an auspicious '
.di &nHl, 'to., etc. doubtful utility and would not stand the outlook for his business.

There werj>reaent Messrs layman. test of the courts if litigated; I was willing Before the Freezes of Concerned.-Royal Engagements I a Sizzling Hot Message The Dutch Still Busy. Five new men arrived yesterday expert ;

Osborner-Clark Mills, Schmidt Smith however to assent to it as a matterof workmen, from St. Augustine, and
Chairman bingham and His Honor, 18945. Cancelled. Action for Libel.! tRy Uultwl .Frew
quasi-proteciion. to certain seven came in today from and ;
a extent THE HAGUE, Dee. 15-It is semi Tampa
lUvor &amanhirport for that class I this number with the force
of permanent citizens who of already at i;

officer stated of E.city L.to Stewart be in good; city sanitary health- conduct an all-the-year-round business BIG SHOWING FOR HOLLY Y HILL I PRINCE OF: WALK TAKING REIGN.[ YELL{ OWER{ THAN WM. R. HEARST officially the Dutch announced warships today bad that captured one work begins to I look like business. By '

but who feel that the transients who do the middle of January Mr. Cave expects
another Venezuelan which
condition, but called attention to un- business here during the tourist season I I has been taken as a guardahip prize :to Curacoa. to be operating with about twenty-five

tSftUly condition about the postoffice.la only and skim off Its cream and then betake The Christiancy-Wilson grove of Holly (Hy ITnititl 1'iVhH.t. [By ITiiiutl Prfs.i] The or thirty workmen. lie would have, oa
which neighborhood much litter is themselves to summer resorts thereto Hill is the scene of activities these days i I LONDON. Doc. 15-From sources: of WASHINGTON, Dec. 15.-In language the name her of the captured landed vessel 1 Venezuelan was a larger force now,but U waiting for the
Mayo crew was on
thrown." He recommended Inspection repeat the operation should pay for that remind one of the good old times ; unquestioned reliability it is Jt'anu.dtotlllY more emphatically denunciatory soil; close of the holiday season aa most of

of meats fruits etc. the privilege. Personally I feel !po in- prior to the_ great freeze from which so that both the royal family mid than any National Executive ever gave the workmen he secures 'tiav engagements
A petition of citizens asking removalof terest in that feature of the ordinance many-things are still dated. 'I I the physicians attending King: Edward utterance to before in such document ----- till that time. .;

the Peter boat houe at foot of but.was willing to concede it to our permanent << : In the past five weeks this firm have j,' are deeply concerned over his'lnajt"sty'd President ROOSevelt today in special THE (CRYSTAL THEATRE[ -)1,.Care proposes to use only choice,

Third avenue no longer used, as a boat people even if it might be of shipped twelve solid cars of oranges, condition.Nothing I message to Congress arraigned Joseph straight goods, which will sell strictlyon "

bouse was granted. doubtful legality. from one to three or four cars per week. I'I but reassuring notes arc It. Pulitzer, of the New York World, in PUTTING O their merits. The general diitribat- 'It.
'given to the public hut the king's healthis I and other critics of the administration OJi VAUDEVILLE.
Sanitary Inspector Ziibcr reported I am advised that the ordinance< Under They have done. a large business in particular, ing point for his output will be Chicago,

dangerous condition of Stewart lot in consideration cannot-become,effective grapefruit also, having sent out 504 such that the mask must soon be I in general, for the recent t H H I and the Porto Rico Export Co. Is the

lever Hollow and, upon motion it was for the present license'year" and boxes of this popular citrus fruit. I I thrown aside and the rieviuus facts all- I pointed charges in connection with the I firm that will handle his goods. They

'Ordered cleaned Discussion on the disposal therefore is just now of no practicableor In addition to all this they have made 'mitted. That the king realizes! his illness Pxnatna canal work. Lucile Savoy Soubrette Comedienne can easily handle his entire output, andit
350 (local of from to Is shown by till' fact that he is The President characterizes the World is his
of the city's garbage occupied con. immediate value. Its' delayed birthis shipments one hope to enlarge and grow to
I..lderable time. Councilman Cla k beyond the reach of soothing syrup.' I i eral.boxes: in the aggregate big rapidly throwing many of his governmental and other! accusations as scandalous Introduced, Followed such proportions as to do a big local

thought citUens ought to dispose of So much ill feeling has been arousedin ment. eV-1 responsibilities| !! to the shoulders' libelous and false in every essential par + by Howzes. business besides.
All their fruit is shipped, of the t rince of Wales. Under the : ticular. lie submits documentary evidence hofne
practically all their own garbage. the community against 'this Ot.any now An excellent trade would give
Thfl ordinance against spitting on other occupational tax ordinance that I their King oranges and Hart's Late : physician's orders all royal engagements i in support of his contention. Pu- Bargain week at the Crystal Theatre I him great encouragement, and he will

lldewalks or throwing fruiter other rubbish its enforcement will not meet with a probably 250 boxes of the latter. have been cancelled. litzer i is branded as a vilifier of the opened last night with S"ery good cater to it, and will put out cigars of

Iota the street passed another cheerful acquiescence. Their grapefruit crop was short this I American. people, and the President attendance. The seating of the theatre such quality as to fully warrant local ;

reading. It carries a fine of from $5 to In the interest of peace and harmony year. They have trees enough to give a served notice of a purpose to begin atonce has been greatly improved by a rearrangement merchants in handling his stock. Mr. ".
[ PASSES{ BY of the chairs aisles
flAGlER giving -
action for
of 2000 more boxes and they governmental Cave far
$33. among our people I have decided to crop ,,' I I wants as as possible to identify
instead of one, with a tier of three
.A motion was carried\ directing the withhold my approval of said ordinanceand hope to have a different story to tell himself with his home people, to ,
seats at each side and a middle tier of
city clerk to advertise for bids for 300 herewith return it with recommen next year.L. IN TilE HTML[ Tobacco Trust Rapped. supply the home market, and to employ

garbage! buckets of certain specification. dations. -If- my reasons tor. doing. so Kennedy is in charge of their six.The largely home help, and the money will
Prole.it of Mrs.( C. W. Wilder against meet your approval then the ordinance Holly Hill grove and also Port Orange a? It (Hy ITnlttxl l'r",1] Crybtal will begin the vaudeville be largely turned over and over at
NEW i: YOKK, Dec. 6.-American Tobacco performances next week, introducing
order to remove fence and building on approved September 3, 1908, will still grove. _ His j! Iyes Closed( to the Prettiest Co. suffered heavy blow today Miss Lucille Savoy, soubrette commedi- home.
South Beach street which have stood will be unsettled lie has had .
and the matter as
be in force as many as forty applications
cone, who was highly mentioned by the
wlii-n final decree in suit Government
there for twenty-seven years, in order to as it would be should you sustain THORNTON J J. IIAINS[ City on the Hast Coastof from local peopl, mostly Daytonaand
New Orleans Item while
against Trust filed in United States! : filling an engagement -
give way for pavement wus considered. the ordinance as It.now stands. Port Orange girls, who want to
Florida.i1W'. in that The week following -
Circuit court. Decree declares Anieri- & city.
and council decided to rescind the order. There seems to be no degree; of difference SHOWS NO o STRAIN will the Howzc Sisters learn the trade, and it U Mr. Caves purpose -
: can Tobacco Co., American Cigar Co., they present -
Interest ran biglwst,11,11, after the in the general hostility to either of ,i to give them the opportunity, as
"" ", ,,,,,..m"'m "' '' '''''',... 1 American Snuff Co.. American Stogie two young girls who have recentlyappeared
Various bill and measures had these ordinances.I It It It at the ra&tiruein Jacksonville. girl! soon become adepts in the art of
; Co., and lie-Andrews fc Forbes Co., form
been passed upon. Chairman Bingham therefore recommend that the final ; i shaping the smokers. The cigar manufactory -
Second Day of His Trial for the an illegal combination, restrained trade, I I They will give buck and wing dancing
turned Seaman and a.ked if taken November business is of
to Mayor vote on this ordinance one very few
:, ald they be enjoined from engaging interstate ., on roller skates, monologues, songs and
he had communication to offer. It be reconsidered. and then amended where women receive wages the
any upon
William! H. commerce, leaf tobacco, or any II dances. In both cases the program will
waa: here that themayoraddted.e.I conntil follows same scale as men.
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as product or any articles Used in connection be changed two or three times during
$ with the wibjoined recommendations 1st. That all of the ordinance of Nov. Annis. \\ul1 U>ba< co trade. Decree dismissed I the wet-k. There are cigars smoked in Daytona, j

<>0 tIe UldiRlU\te amending the oceuia' 27, I 19 )S, after the enacting clause. be toy 1'nlt.M I.r..-.,-.] -: 'k'kv I| t.iIll\tl.intit! United Cigar Store I Beginning: tonight, a prize ticket will says Mr. Cave, in sufficient numbers to 1

Ion tax ordinance approved i in Septem- stricken out. FLUSHING, L. I., l>ff. 15 -With r' Co., Imperial Tobacco Co. and British l be awarded every Tuesday night. entitling ; require the services of

(tier and whirh has been a (lioiie of conleutlon 2nd. That the ordinance described: in half of the jury selected fur the trial orThornttn Amrric.ui Tobacco Cu.; appeal taken. I the holder to free admission throughout their manufacture were

between certain ('illzt'r.1oOc1 the the caption thereof, approved Sept. 2, Jenkins Ilnes. accused (Ir the week. It is a well known fact

council ever since. 1908, be amended by striving out all complicity in the murder of William IvAnnis I men spend their salaries
Hear the mayor: after the enacting clause.If the task of weeding out was returned : H I K: VVilhiirn, forme,) a clerk 'I they (live. It is easy to see
Chaffer who. i ii of
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To the City Council of the City of !Ihy. the course here indicated be persuetl I this morning before Justice . in il.e Umber I Morris! hardwarebtor 'I : principal : age to Daytona of building
school Panama St. Au-
a City, ou
tona; there will then \le no occupationallicense I Crane. \vil lie, married to a (laiius- manufactory here as
diews' will the ChrUt
Gf'ntltmtn1: herewith return in the tax: in force in the city, the old The prisoner and Justice Crime were x.le. yirl iu the near future. : Bay, upend i is proud of being one of
bolid.itith Ills ..Ir.
Council! with certain recommendations: ordinance Ux ha lug been repealed I the only ones connected with the trial 't% iT1i I I I ._.___ i'and Lass Mrs. J. M. Chaffer parents of Main :' lar tourist towns in

Tha ordiaance. amending the occupational and -aee will once more prevail the who did not hear any marks of the' -, ' ' ' :' IJj I l-'nink Sparks returned Saturday !street, Kingston. always to maintain the "'
tax ordinance approved Sept 2 municipality the tempest in the teapot strain of the session of the previous day. : night from 'Laud. in company enjoys, but she can

1908 passed by the Council at Itt last I will subside; the city will be wide opento Two other jurors, Alexander Jardine, i with W. II. Kdmomlson, iu cue of : largely by securing as

meeting on Nov. 27, 190rt. My reason all comers; the merchant whose business plumber, and Hough MeCullough milk j HENRY M Fl Af( R I W. W. .\bt>rcromLitti machines. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sharp are occupying i business enterprises( which

for so doing U as follows: is through the whole year, \\hoseinterest.t dealer were today selected, making i OIl-, lr. C. C. Hohannon's cot- distribute wealth the year
; Henry M Flagler t ,!>. .m-onf Main hav-
I u age on street, Kingston,
First becomes a for in all. I
-If the ordinance all in Daytona and eight Florida
hawht must Lt't'nforf't"d. Xo law should are he is ever working, panied by Mrs. Mitchi-lt \ icc-I'resii- Miss M. Klla: DeVoy.who) haa beens'eniIing lug removed to this place last wee.1 cigars! already
be whose prosperity I dent J. H. Parrot of the F. L. C., :Superintendent a vacation in California( from Dupont, where they have resided tiqn, are regarded: as
enforced when the of the and '
mass (people with all corners, 1'drto Hico and
pot-luck Notice.
will take Goff H. II: Ueinis and Dr.Sagears products
to ...honllt applies are hostile to it. have protection against the horde of passed through the city last arrived itt New \.urk City Thursday. for several years. I anticipated in selling all

One of the aldermen stated to the peddlers and dealers who will flock in to III yesterday's daily Mr.( Douglass adVerti&ed -i night his. objective lOintJ.illg/ Key She returns toDavtonaabout January i II I made on the reputation

Council that he had interviewed all of skim off the cream of the winter trade. that he has severed hi* connection West.They. will board the steamer Columbia I l.nh.;; Miss Ella Hughes, of Crbana, I O.) 1 I established for smokers of

the biwlnetw men on Beach street and As my friend Howe says, it is a case of with the Daytona Bakery. As so this afternoon at Knight's Key for Key - who is to be the pianUtal the Kidge-1! and aroma.

that 90 per cent of them were opposedto : hustle and survival l of the fittest. The ,I few people were aware of any connection We t. Frank H. Wright, of St. Augua-: wood Hotel the coining season will On- of the great
shorter"of funds other than wages, I wish to say At Miami they are to be joined bv J tint in.bw of (A 1. of arrive in the tomorrow and I Pags.j'I
!t. If such a condition exists the ordinance treasury may run still! ; I II Nlu> > Itiiigham, ) city tory here rather than in
that I bought the Daytona Bakery of I i C Mereditn( and Curt. Spalding of t. 8.
will not meet with a cheerful the rough streets may shake the I Engineers office. Oran jf avenue, was here Saturday will be the guest for a few weeks of CV.ba is the facility with. .
'Upport.oa lights out of the winter tourists as daY-I III. E. Quigg, Dec. lilt, 'OS, and started j' Mr. Flagler wants to look at the new evening for a short visit with relatives. Mrs M. S. tullioof the I'arkiu-I can be. rushed: to
out under the name of I.illy.t: Douglass'l
th. broad principle stated In the jump their big cars over them; the j jI over-the-sea work on his extension and son House. The delay ol ordering by
windy I with my capital. j consult about the work! of pushing on to _____
ckration of Independence that as may fill their eyes on every "- ceiving shipments by boat
in Mr. Quigg has taken half interest, and j Key West.
OTernments are instituted among men and destroy the fine wares will do the baking. S U. Oreeii bhipied] to Oriuoud, With the exception of Halifax sidering.Mr. .
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Meriting their just powers from the Consent the shops and stores of the merchants I As to the bills, we have the "dough"both iI j Monday, an t''aptrltorwhich: he Lodge, No. 81 l, the Masonic: bodies Cave was two years

Of the governed/ so all laws should because of the lameness of the public I ( kinds) to pay them. ;nPV i had: just made, for Jatneti Camel!, of Daytona) have the distinction of and Cuba as purchasing

14t10' the sanction of the majority' of treasury but the great principle of :government WALTER LILLY. the Ktur.1 jelly man. Mr t Carnell rtv 1tohhiig several of the low Dlllh Porto Him Export Co. and

tboat who are |0 be governed by them. I I by the consent ol. the governed --- ; maillot! here, a tiie-t cll the City I IIL Halifax Council being No. 1 1. rK'1 7,000,000 cigars a year.

Swoad-The city b entering upou the' will not be lo .t sight of forever. Notice. I I.J )tel, Iroia Wfdnrslay until :-;..1tur.tI.a -,' of Eatlttrn :"tJr. No. I, Halifax (Chapter to $300 a week. for re venue
Mtniclion<< of of wa The Mayor has been blamed and No. 5 and the Oiiental Commanderv !
a cootly system )', watching ut" coiittructiun of The first conoignment of '
Vr Works and the erection of an expensive cud and damned for the inception j i Notice M hereby given.. lint I am Just a few words about Uri"ile the evaj>orator. I No. 0. I IT. has arrived and Daytona's

L'4't' )f&ooll! | building and is about tol and passage of these ordinances. He ] no longer connected I with i I I the I Day-) cooils-our line i is mmplt te alltl1'1'' --- - i U being packed ready for
l 11U l 4IQ the of unirip.il diwlainu such distinction. It would : lona Itakery. and will not l IIr re- always anxious to nlimv it ( 1'1'ir" ;
), market $.S.5l)0J$, ) ( r : any : : : C. ;\. Gout/, 0 the Hincham AMuley : J. Taylor of Hastings Fld., 1'rouiint-ut citizens are
LIoodIo aid in such workS Tin, ir rciidy ,, be dfck-ourU-ou to the Council enter-1 to pn i t.!" for; (irIIt'4.v. itt today: and l 111(1k it over. Yon ; tMt't'lit to Philadelphia hapumehas.etl four acie of laud of and
!> } the enterprise two
*l. \ \v. omi.\s. find! l you 1It't"a1 l a to tli hrnh! <> i
wij| it such theory. in.iy rj
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absolute tiin I' i
; Mn : any yesterday au-ompanyinp the body of E. N. Waldron, on Daytona avenue, been suggested! to Mr. Cave
Heat of municipal history | a hair brush, or something else
ublie works are to proceed. Ub a matter | I Hill! and will take sioii
the late S. A. S-hweisfort After Holly/ po** : I to branch out on a broader
li1Ia receipt of fetters from Pr0Pecilyt that when he entered upon the duties Council A. W. Wt>lI Daytona and Saint Cowl tooth brushes 2:> i-ents. seeing that the body reaches its destination the first of January. Mr. Taylorwill ations. A number of

1 bond purchaser: 'intimating Mayor he recommended to the circuses, Joseph, Mich., is! on a visit down thej HANKINS, The Druggist, is! safety Mr Gnntz will engage in the culture UI1 pecans, means are discussing the '

t'iaitj bays hearth'through private that the laws regulating ] lower coast. His i presence in Miami AT TUB PLACE sjK-nil the holidays with relative oranges, vegetables etc,, making Irta ] - ,

4VIcSfti1Dayton* that the city IsInvolved Ktmrtk Fate) wag noted. Sunday. I Where Volusla Meets\ Itcach. 1 near the Quaker City. a specialty. \('.:& &uukd ou Fourth
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t:. :.:..f.iF'j: -" upset,. z TNE4 NOVELTYMAN.M I! >>e'Q.t tits ad art &aU.IS'Io.oar ,:,,' # dAti' S..JIr ... t ,..". -"" .... .. . '
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3 - .. 'Te 1 t0 : ..tarvcnd.lt will t* toad for P TOM*"Z -'ill, .cib I. , . :0.
JdIIA1tfItY4M.AC1C. "'r.-:ne' ; ;. -,9ocik.. Bea. sue t.Li y s na.r. .... ..!; to ter.see.et.aRoe+a.Plano Coal**.. !ii' , . ,.., -..-". ,.'
,.-. .' .:-vo. :;. :-, 't !t" j F'- < ;: ::- : 4' '. ;- '. ; i .... ..... t -

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J Milk Fed EdiWe R reprde4+b'' ;r;-1:r'. =;jQ 1J) a" .
Jj I F Toe Chine diplomat 'FA $
sT : unm IJULYPvbibbffd tiffS pffled troP' less wttli1 hint .41tcGaL. I g ,1... _; :;.<:-->>f". :.i"THEEN :-'$ -
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fiehefl QTtmd. h : 1 .
suppose .. \ :

ii l :: I .rf t r ., k JI ,, ,TIlE from OAZETTK-XKU trery Urrmihrr erraliv.cxceiK I U A CO.T. .Handay I, *7.- wpoWonlet. -it Is brim ttiooth they .aft to COn4ft' :I iAearf( "1if rya rnin.- ,. i-: & M. '_ r QWj.,,_' -IlI 1,

. ;ay '
II: EJltor-Maaap-r.
of F'IT&uAAJ. calVl"U-Ved;
'" and Good are I U.C. r K.._..City bdltor. dean feeder ehr : kflW_ WJl i .,Wiomc It1 .. .
_.. sad
O. ft. RA .ClnnJatloa Masagtr The JLnwrtcan toBSbed 1g. 1 ';- t a d u. 'r a
,J tin .r.Oaovcwapedatendent. safe ue::I o. Ji 5-
d 9' fou& : ,!.zt l p .
y : $12.00.' : and$1500 I odd Suits
.. ; at just P / 00 .Uillte Smith of Ormond, is wood rUa mall matter. lets son who eat dogsranr' : --- tItM.mooeyJtaS base..trW aed; .
we are selling 4 It I ed in ;{i m any:cases by the Indus
1f visiting her daughter 3ira. G. A. but.said the Ct-hd--.oat' I inltS owued: i.Ju r ,
1 Wingate. Shin remain until edible-Ah.dogs and rats are the. .eleaaat : bronzed wd hard-handed. artisans'of of oar'S ate."i'f..:

S ANTHONY BROS. after the holidays.. feeders ImagtoaWe They aft iiul to I -Luck: "good fob to ne" and "good' atorV hare had mi
3 California peach : t
Mrs. Arthur Good rich, who has celery fed dock or fiBedto taDI I do with it, than many imagine. When a man. begin l. ,
are to
been at.the Belmont a few weeks,re fed bog. tnett' C esb I fortune" begins his "luck":
I and to make : his "fined
, Who are sever aatlaoed unless you are. TOO know less than he males .
K 'I. turns today to Deerfield Ilich.. x-- PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS and delicate they are fed -onnmshe I II down UpOO'hiDLI'
................................................. pectin to retain to Daytona lateron !i I I white of bread and milk and seae-: : him and his "star"looks smilingly

with her husband. meat wnateTer.Too : I I -
I table*-oo :
+ i Americana think It disgustingto : :
S' Charles Walters, L. D. Pitcher[ & eat rats and dogs became yon Imagine I I'I'We pay 4 per cent. on savings, deposits and

: and Henry Piepgras formed a fiah-'.NMIN.N..............U C Ci them fattening on carrion and : withdraw the account at any time.-
J "I ing part to the, inlet and Spruce i offal. But these frogs here Xo. Fra I you to .
ELLA DEVOY & COMPANY Creek Monday in Mr Piepgras' : F. W. POPE L afraid I can'L They may'hare fed"on :I I .

launch, the "Aegaidieaa." : Attorney and Counsellor'atLaw :I some tramp snldde for all I know.

LADIES'' HATTERS I Edward Ferris, of South Norwalk |.. Prattle In Ktateand, :"'dral Court' :.1' for He the pushed next course.Th back hU. plate and waited :II I Bai :

..' Cono' is.in the city for a few dajn.I OFFICE OVER POSTOf M F1CE.Telepbooe . II I I The Merchants: :
He is with his !: Elusive Chuckwalla. 1 I I
., : No.: 6 South Beach Street I stopping grandmother -'.q.isiSi...............liT of the moat :
Mrs. Ferris, in one of the The cbnckwalla Is one
# Nash cottages on Volu&ia arenue! E.nucerald E, F.OatH interesting of the creatures to be 1 A. D. McBRIDE, President. J. B. CDNRADj YjeeF. -

.. found In southern California's great : N. CONRAD Cashier.
; Latest!. Stydes Artistic Workmanship Dr. Geo G. Perkins, Mrs. Perkins' desert. The chockwalla:: seeks to escape I

an :Miss Emily, arrived Monday afternoon Attorneys and Counsellors at Law his adversary by crawllns Into a :

[ High Class Ooods Low Prices from Moline, Ill., and are Special Facilities for Examining and crevice of a rock so narrow that It
r .J Perfecting Land Titles. Impossible to get him oat Bat
: located for the winter in one of J. Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone 12S the seem Indians bare learned all his tricks I ....NOti1NS .................
t .... ................................ G. Brown's cottages South Ridge- and bow to circumvent them. To the .E..i. Ye i 'MHlS.1 WateaT.
- wood avenue. t............i.....nu....a. desert aborigine the "bockwal1& Is allurtns I "OUR STORE" j Think of I

.... J. V. Colclough left ]Monday for;i: DR. G. A. KLOCK : He feasts on the chuckwalla; I I11fE SPOT CASH GROCERYTwo I Z ICECRE -
: New York where he J hence he grows wise as to Its habits. I HoaUl nt the I"os&omee f. Whether you want a IIUU or tCTelephone ,1
to remain and Surgeon : Doors 1
eipects a Physician He takes piece of strong wire or a W. deft -
A I r.rH i3..0.LOBE. 1 until next falL It is rumored 2 t' riven.to l>tM *e_ : H. S. MILLER Proprietor. orders of liJo. 1 quart or
.. .. t it Into the crerIce. : .
twl and.
it 2 oltbe Eye, and r'lltloe at dat! r bent ? peon You will MT tmn> by baying here THE BEST .u'U Bare
that Mr. Colclough may become a 2 ROOfl'to81m..ltoJpm.Ofeeo.erilohe Clothing: HtoreT io"pmZ .. he taps the chuckwalla on the end !...........e............i. .............,...
during his stay north, House Physician of The riarpodoa of the nose In a moment the angered
S spending the honeymoon, possibly, ...I.....aiIsIs..u.lu.I.E. .. reptile exhales a kind of hiss the

A" I in Europe. noise being made by a rapid expulsion .............................. ................
I; CLOTHING and SHOES L. STEWART of the breath. As be thus exhales he .
J. E. Glass and daughters, of and loses LU bold on the rocks and In a i NEW STOCK OF

Minneapolis, having decided to1! Physician moment the Indian pulls on his talL ...

4 Best Values in the City.AGENTS i spend most of the season at Daytona Surgeon.Espertal As speedily as a flash of lightning the
attention to I>1-.>-*of IKar, chacLtralli Inhales again and tightens ;
a will continue to make the Ivy'Lane Throat and NUM-. .I Bamboo Furniture!
himself la his recess. Another tap on
: : Inn their headquarters. They : Fourth Door West P *toffice
his nose and then exhalation; another '
Educator-Men's Bostonian will take short vacation Phone r: yells' an.w_errd. .
v Ladles' Red a trip to pull another exhalation-so It goes until

a : SHOESSeabreeze Nassau later on, but will return to .NNNI.NIIN........... at lat the Indian has him In band. .i AND NOVELTIES, i
for the remainder of .
r i Daytona again Then he cooks him.-Suburban Life. .

:: .......................r........................ j I I the season. : ROY HOWE, M. D. *, : JUST RECEI''ED.J
: Physician and Surgeon : Depth at Which Miners! Cat Work. -

& ..... ................ ... II .. Office wood, and\\.-no.opp.K>..IUncf KldK: 1st.'",Ho.i..l Iti hotel r : I I IMMct- Hour.stoIIas urtoand: rises In the proportion of one decree :
fb .7 etoy p. m. Tdcphone ryaN for every sixty five feet of depth n. .

A F. .1 I Doingsat .. ......1...1....1........ ceptwhere currents of water carry .. i
D : Daytona ,I the heat: away The result Is that at a : Furniture House Furnishings Undertal 1

l t+s 7 i ;, CASCADE depth of about 4.000 feet we reach a :................ ............................
News O i: Beach temperature of 03 degrees, or Wood

G 4) G4, i GINGER heat This renders it exceedingly difficult :.",,- .4
f f* I ALEE to work coal pits below that I .............. .

J1j I --. 11 f! DAYTONA BEACH Dec. 15 Rev. AnyImpurte.l defth. This It the reason that Great :- =

s SEABREEZE.- Dee. .15.-Mrs.( Lila 4 :: Parker Shields, D. D. delivered but i. Blade Britain's coal commission dedd@d'that 1 LE 1 Vb SMITH
(, ; o i>I an ex* 1ft Daytona mines are not workable below 4.000 : DAYTONA. 'ICE COMPANY I II Manager
i UcCuUocgh and maid attired Saturday 0/ Ii f ceJIent discourse Sunday morning at 40C i.r.. feet I I
afternoon from Marietta, Ga. Mrs MeCuttoogh '!the 11. E. I
0 4 l' ? j :' church in the presence of a delivered at The thickness of the solid rocks
will,spend the winter with her large congregation The theme wa, your home. \"fejiy building up the crust of the earth is at I ",
h K later. Mia Russell, at the Baker cot a.s- I i"The New Birth" \ vocal duet by theMiv OAVTO"llAHOTTLI'IOtJ PWf:** least thirty to forty miles At that : C f Absolutely Pure- 11
D 2N I I depth the heat Is such I i ; E Made from Distilled jWater.
sage,oo Ocean boulevard. ..es Winifred and Ali ne Aman at WOIlt..Sl'hOlI' as would reduce I
S l.t. everything on the surface of the i .
Sit A new barn has just been completed ... : the: morning 'nice and a vocal solo earthto
HqulJ. Dot the of
1 obi'the McPherson, beach property fore ............... ........ Thy Will Be Done," by Miss f Mattie H. EUGENE JOHNSON lying rocks 1* go great pressure that until the over the .j

W. L. Diu tt, who u occupying the \eh-ington, at the evening l'rviCt", were Bicycle Livery. relation of the heat to the pressure Is Our Wagons make Trips Daily,

i cottage mentioned in complimentary terms by .. known it cannot be said whether the I a Sunday, to all parts of 1 q
NEW SEASIDE INN Carrh- full tin (
Mr. and Mrs. Baker, of Lansing. those
present earth at that depth Is fluid or solid. DAYTONA 'SEABREEZE. ORMOND
' Mich., parents. of )Irs Young, who has <*0. P. Johnson has just contractedwith Bicycle Supplies and Repairs. Chicago Tribune
,expelt AND FrRXISHED COTTAGES. W. W. B&IVnell Who is a prominent I.r"..-. Rl ht.11 mork e'Nr.ni..I.i Ice for Boats Delivered at any Dock-Sacked or Loose. 3.

i to spend. the season here. .i business man of Cleveland, Ohio WEST ENI Con ot''INrttALRRI1l.and: Se@ }: Not "Lett In Londo"I I OFFICE-Rear of Schantz .Plant. 'Phone U...
Fred Maus, who will again have IKK to build him a houseboat to ply in The confession of the provost or the : ......... .eeee......&.
.i.i.i.i..0..2. Great St. Bernard hospice that be al-
,, charge of the bathrooms at The Claren lIoot'rn.Ifom.like Florida inland waterways.Q !. .
Everything ,
most got lost In London and found It
doo, will arrive with his family shortly and Comfortable. A. Talley spent part of lust week : DR. F.HOUGHTON E more bewildering than his own Alps :..N NN1.NN.N.N..N1tt'0 1NN11 NN.11111111. 9$
from Sharon Springs, X. Y. They will Reach. with his family at the llarroun apartment .
Directly : recalls to the London Chronicle
i occupy the Clarendon cottage, at the Surf Bathing and Fishing house DENTIST feat of the great guide a ilclchlor remarkable - .I-If You Are J
8J '
:4 corner of Grandview and Ocean boulevard The rooms over the Johnson bicycle I ,, Anderegg of Ueiringen. He bad Very Very
K *t >! fflw n |Vi. f MtPffOir 1f'1f'f
which is now in the hands of the livery have been finished and fitted up 'J: M...t >:n.l south Bridge;: never seen a larger town than Berne :

hands of the repairer and painter. S2.W PER DAY AND UP. for light bouRkc- pirlg. ..i........................I when be visited London and when .f Particular About
Mrs. Schofield, who spent last winter two famous climbers Leslie Stephen I
The Ladies Aid will meet at the home
at the Baker cottage: will have rooms RKRHORACE of Mrs C. I.. Horn Thursday afternoonat ,.......................... don and T. W. Illnchllff. met him at Lour|:: Groceries 1',
with Ida Schmidt this Beason. Bridge station! and walked with I I'
I STEWART 2iX o'clock. \ full attrndanre u DR. EDITH B. SHOEMAKER : him thence to Lincoln's! Inn Fields' :
Sin has bad cold : Ye want
Snyder Haigh
a your trade. for we're
dc'Sirt'd. DENTIST thprevas a thick London fog. Nevertheless : : certain that 301111 appreciate the ditTrJ'fGCfJ:
: BEACH in
i that confined her to her room for the I : our goods our methods and '
Mrs O A. Talley who his beenint- .i (1m.. Mourn: when a day or two later the our service 1 to '1,14-iE"t' y"o CII''
past week or ten days. Her friends will with her motl'f'r.IN Seldon. I yyu to c: :<,n u. 111. three were at the same station returning : pncealso. Telephone 79 and we a ill calffor youTord'eT.
on .
be ing 111 to 1:11 I' 111 1:
glad to learn that under the doctor'scare from .
a"rf'ez"'nue., for some time, has I *. THIRD A\'EM E. Telephone 3" a trip to Woolwich. MrHlnrhllff '. .

health.the is rapidly regaining her USUl.J. SURF gon to Daytona for an indefinite stayat
r Julius Young has been busy for some- '' Houser ha l.f n tlH-rouicltlv r..nc."At: I.. the Troy House And straight; to Lincoln's Inn FIf'JdI11t I ( | :
time past building a houseboat, which is'I w-ll I surf kt-pt ImthlriK, r*>infort pit fishing.Intr.yIJ"to$2J"i lil>* BIH.1 (|IH-\ brat.dfo1 W. I! Reed has sold his right in the ; lc'hlor guided them, pausing only :

just l finished and launched. Mr Young ,,'r tilt\'. houseboat, Minnie Lou, to Mr. Brown < OSTEOPATHS. J. C HERMAN tDK T nrf e. ..NN...4..NN...._.. ._.._................ _ _ , d......t
\ l .i says Le means to enjoy his new boat >attoim !'--...h. "'I" of Cottpx rstoun, N. D. )Ir. and Mrs 1 1Hrown Graduate urn rr Kirkrlll.tl.\. T.1'1\1:1.' ":I, t..ul'.r,.-.I uri of T TItiUouitbvnt .- i

until a purchaser comes along. who are visiting relatives at Or J p K.IITI1 MlAM4 IN IN |JToNIxjo ; \ T
J. B. Jones of Indiana mood!, sp t'nt yesterday at Daytona < l l on 1'olusla tc. uui'. iloor. .. A When Making
,who spent last west' of fVnch * winter on the peninsula is expected by the Princess .sscna Beach rboiM I' ljt.lv attrtai.ntINNNIIIINN11111110 JI

hid friends on the 16th inst. f ai'-alr"."'. 71.TI. II. A. Ainsworth and wife armed 1 PCCK-HENDRICKS: COMPANY. Drygood

By courtesy of Commodore and Mrs.I thing\ floe nrw itonr" and and.....n.r"sI"O'JltloIUilly frnnir struct ur.-; ref fatric'rv. Sunday from Moline, 111, and are comfortably i....................... .. (I EO. U. CLARK. Jewelry and Stations ry. R. H. MCDONALD, Meats.

t Hughes, Mrs A. W. Powers and a Sews rin.; nil iiuiclrrii cf>n\cnl. >-no'n: tiMiitloii installed as season guests at J. L. (i. LMAN.. Gr rocorios M. B. AULT, IAN
.... Gents'
high and dry I..r <* Ifuunol> DR. A. O'NEILLOsteopath Furnishing
F ; .n.rl r : : :
correspondent had the exhilerating the Seaside Inn. Mr. Amsworth broughthis THE ,
boner t r.Umtm! ptr dar: I=UIIIIII.I up: "| OAZCTTE-NCWS COMPANY. OIW
pleasure, Sunday afternoon of a spin to rial niti for M f_\ U"011.111.1', IMU1-KH lrKj,. ProprietorTHE touring car along \uoh him. lie 4: : \NKINS! ( The Druggist. ER-AIORRIS IIA WAR E: t:u.1tP.t.YY

i z the Inlet and back home. UV made a and his wife were here I last winter, and J. BINGHAM & MALEY CO.. Furniture

fi fly ag trip. This is not to be taken in know all about the opportunities our rttljenc! z \'uIU.-\1111"i .
y Office o"e'DJt'r..m. ('.i en "inn! .
any figurative sensehen the Commodore WHITE HOUSE [COlT AGfS matchless beach and good roads offer i. : Be sure and
gets in his car and his car getsa for 3UtO t!. *....a.................... get your votes in t the

going there is a tacit understanding 11\YTuS.InC'II.. H..\. C. L Sparber! went to eLand today i Bush

, between them that they take dust from .t...>III. tirlcht. airy. ami ,' nn pl<.t.-l<' furnUhitl. to I* present at the o\rntion of the I I I CATARRH Trial la vaJiXtL'A1,....'IIM'I.* & Safford Piano
I in.hvn' lmpriii iitx, rl.-au alluirturlatr. suued ter.. Contest.
farWe had
no started ---
hardly down -
\\nodmen of the Wold
IxKiit ilon Hm l>ivrnr** iur loxlce Lateratorr.lit J Broadway'irw Turk
the beach, when a car shot pant us. The a shortdlshnerfruit,..\\tlnntU--.T I>, little Mabel l Hutltr the four S ', .F.\;. .-.;;:,._ ::. ..".., _ _
rrnMtnablr t: U HowIJI II. I'rop old
Com, gdore whistled under his breath, child i of Mr and Mrs James Butler ................I. MN .
leaned over: the steeling whet I, straightened T Q _.A '" .i
who did at 4:00: o'clock tm tTO lr ociiir
yesterday :
s :J4mself, and away we went. It J. C. BUTLER & CO.
morning. was laid away in the cemeteryyesterday te TER
was a.erc:; plajr for the master and tl! e LIVERY \NSDFLR STABLES A
afternoon, in the presence of TR I
t machine.speed along until the BaLd I I ELECTRICITY
REAL ESTATEIf friends The
$ I sympathizing body was HACKS MEET ALL TRAINS
.4 dunes became a long yellow streak, and j( .Sparkling
taken to the home of Mr and Mrs THE FINEST TlbNOtT i I UAt TUBA Palatal!* liable

} the' blue-green surf with its white combs jou arc looking for glltl ln'...>tni..nt- Knight grandparents! of the child yrst f Blacklth and Carriage i jI Water ,AaI7 / II 9a
> Recognized t1
a 'blurred, picture. The erstwhile soft look for u*. lfur office l< at ItiTtoua IVacli Shop in Connection. jA.I"'ely .9"", not only os >.ne
and from thence
(rdaj morning to thecemeter
eouth. wind struck us with the fury of a '. The and CEO. A. FOYE. D .H.gAIJt 'e.mm''rI Ay '/ IJe 9l/o ors Convenience 6"f *
I i, gale We overtook. and ) sorrowing parents I ,. *! > oral i
: passed numerous I rvt1: .9
H. G. Wilson Co. grandparents\'e the sincere sympathyof PPO..PI.tjr nyicians for 1J orrlerz Lily /od errs '/ '
automobile parties,but were in sucha the community.Knew ........... I .F lie ec skirl'' j{ Daj al
that we would not ban Seabreeze. Fla. I lomach .w X, 'l/IJtAl
hurry recdt ....r.I.....u.a..........I j nll.Ys. Cnlli'lIly Current is now ma "to,nit
nixed our grandmother, and even while . Jree from
theses' gulls screamed at't"8t"b other to REALESTATE, INSURANCE, Don't forget to order J :1 8 Jty.nl, ?, W taus galling tile People of Oai,,r(1J16.
what LOANS, NOTARY PUBLIC. f.O'> 9 a"clo/a Iler. .rrI ate r seabroer
know it was all about and the Improtnl and I'nlnipro\ the Symptoms.The -- Four : Ay .t.arlln9 a and ayona 33"ac* a*
sand pipers wondered if they had seen !Fruit.... \'rgrtnl.1.Ijitxl.. I". MluUter-John. John. I am sur I Jr'elz ""rl1JTU
99ith. OPP'rlUi'ly '
.rlsed toe 'ua. \\hat lewd dyes It 10 Operate 11/0' ? a*
such arrived I ) "
a car, we slightly disarrayed

in the matter of hat and veil to W. B. TALLEY do ting you you getting off your muddled work! like\\ ben this you put go, Xmas Turkeys i J JI i .E'S/tl' III any and ell 4 .. '

be sure-but triumph .that we had lived to bd you cannot sleep your tongue THE ADAM SCHANTZ

i, through it to tell the story The car is ARCHITECT li: parched your brad la like to split. --AT LILY
i :: WATfR
f a Chalman Detroit, and the best of its I and you bare no appetite John-Gleus I ELECTRIC PLANT I
lass aDd specification Mad! fur all i iI
make. It runs 'as smooth as a roller cf BulkUng yet hand air; ye're been ditmk j : BIRCHWOOD'S ; L'J;. L
I .
ckote. Well DddIItc.JAacsorcVILLE..- Cia.j' yeree'lt-Phlladelphla Inquirer. J ..........................1 I

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,{;,,xrhite workmen and guaranteed," .; 1' ; Ivef Johnson and : cleaned- 'pafated. etc.*"4 '{r :" -
-. g first cktaa. *We do C3eanln I ...* dorAll-Havana -S \ .!*
_s : ,. s. B. GREE ; Rational Wheels J ig Smokers are a' .
d&vq'Vs&t I | Pressing., Altering'aDcJRepaIr- I :; : Located'north', (Centr TBridf. J; ;. .D -:,

fO1hr9fW4t1Ofl, or i r fog for Ladles,and Gentlemen': : Proprietor = South Beach' Street 5I I-

:: 4 : ;|.'r'|: .,' caned. 'PHONE. for and deUY. red.. IIDi ;.. .. .'..'' 'Opposite Yach 'Olub S(5'l: for -the money.. :.I !! F.A..RQOT."-. :>- t...'"

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f -;, T AI4t :OF.THE. ; ......*........ ........; 'HOTEL PALM BEACH ...'...-....- .-... -

f- R GAIN'SJiB t)- AGo'lmoei.-'_ >, -._w.!':Ia1atth.....txrVd .DCCIN Dc -: -----&..of.-.the- -CErndU. -. .s.;. A MESSAuE I: LET THE CHILDREN" [ ( KODAK...'.:. i-o Stream.Surrounded jr &lher.'rrotecU III by homelike warm f netti waters informality from of ALL the Gulf cold and : THE. CLAREN"55I: : .

butane. ? of thi moderate rate attractive to those making '
r perfla. attendlnf.:tbon vbo"-go to 'm' I : Give them one forChristmas : along May..For booklet and rates :.
time was the bad* of a .tof1 told tu a marl. .. a. addreu UAMASKB Palm Beach. ... .:

by- the:court wpuin'of Dantxkrw: of. the aie:aaQlag fear ship aco i i Opens on January 1st, 1909 ,: '

rtdti. Nothing that Juto 'Verr*.. I '.- .
t1J tD
with oompl > Clark ltul aud, II tJ.. 'Wd1.) Yer .
( .t.*toek fancied In'.tbtlr : ..
bike surpassed : and will teach them .
Mr Mud dry oods.one of the he.i we
._ .
ODCOlnn In Florid*: ezoe1IibflowDer the story told b*. Captain. En- S how to secure good pic S NEWS OF THE HOTELS .
hea other-launeit thai. geUandLCe : tu.resatlthewaybytheDiW'LIGIIT : : Cottages with Steam Heat, Electric' Lights, Hot and Cold Water. :'
ail bta timalQciued on M. Ridge.vTeove Letter From Genera
dt lyU>Diot 100x1(0; $fltu had tailed from llrmel with a Conveying; a = .j.jI
Telephone; High Grade Appointments, For Rent, with or
m-Mock will inventor $5ixxaM cargo of plants for ij! -u .
Oldenburg Tbfenptla
buiMtag ar eeall7 worth $ ,OoO, Luke e. Wright on the : SYSTEMSEE i
are Interested, address MBa lneu rvtnalued tb* wheel duringa without servants. - 1S
ttCJ'care of Conrad Ke l Knate Ctempany gale which overtook the reuel Belt Brownsville Affair. Despland Hotel. S

nlgbt and all In the morning! 1t.fc. i i .... ......................... ......................

ii0 both furnishm coin hU cabin; to change hi* wt .rlwtb.*. LESESNE' The arrivals at the Despland Hotel : .....................................................
.*etfn COlmGES I I .vtetely Paiiuertos-ennei; situated atfl He,had Just CJt fotn dry underclothing FOKAKER[ AN OUTSIDE UCOIIRA6IWAShINGTON [! yesterday were: Mrs. Bracy Curtis,;

_oo.fit the moat dealrable earners In Day. when hU vcMmi I t'1I1k'd.[ and hifound i Kantucket Mass.; Gustave Kopp, Chicago -:

'ton;OB other.eottac conTenlene T room,th.Price.other$6,r uoci batha4U foi hlm*>ir ktamllajc, on the'roof of : lit lit lit : ATTIIItKODAK : ; W. H. Xewcomb, Chicago.Schmidt's i :HOTEL DESPLAND i
U>U and aanapat that If you arc Inter. abln. the dour of which the Ilea .
Mt 4 and d.alre.to look: at tbe property, bad bermeilntllj- *-d.nllOUllt"lIlnlt Dec. I4-Prt'Sldent .
*MioraddreMO. Blogbam, City. ; or : PLACE Daytona, Florida :J:
Itfefkam A Thompson, Aleutl.- Ib. Umrtl* of what wa Roosevelt submitted to Congress i a ,
aow tbe roof he got Into the bold. special meSsage inclosing a communication Hotel.As .

which contained only louse tails, For of : Beach Street : : Now Open for Season 1908-9. 2
WINTER HOME r: Modern of findings by the Secretary an abiding place for the newly- .
ySTIil .
donbI Innately wmie tbehvs of a high cup War, Luke E. Wright, on the Browns weds Schmidt's takes front rank.
In w yton :6*a and el etrlcflttorea. board 5 L. M. WAITE Owner and Manager. 5
remained Intact and from them : : ,
hot and cold>> soft water througb ville shooting escapade of August 13tl Tw DOOM North of 3d Avenue It has been the shrine before which .
koaw) doable floors throughout; plaitrml he ool'ected! ttoiue can of condensed Ned Door to tbe : 5 B
_JIll cemented cellar;practically> nt>w and In milk. some prune, rk-e. wigar and sail and- 14th 1906. : bridal couples have gathered for many : Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Service Excellent. 1I

prrtett grounds order with;oranga every coar and grape nt nc fruit;attractive tree.; ugl'. He also found a hammer. The investigations of General Wrigh 5 Prince George Hotel, 5 months. The latest to spend their honeymoon Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms F.nsuittSteam Heat. .2

iraaU ourt; attuntlon unexcelled: : complrtetr For twelve day the mauler of tilt tend fully to corroborate the facts of here are Mr. and. Mrs. J. P. Russell

dreai William rornl hed.O.Morris For price,. Trustee.and term 8t.Louu ad., ablj> llred In hU prlwin. eating as iparIngly earlier investigations abd fix the gui! I DAYTONA. FLORIDA. :. from Knoxville, Tenn. who will remain : Every :Modern Convenience. Send for Booklet 2.

MO,,or Florida.Ytars W. M.. BHAKrNKK Agent, Iteytoaa aa jwaMble:: and drluklng sea upon soldiers of Troop B. It.is unquestionably ........................... some weeks. 2 aS -
water, wbUh appenrcd to hare no Ul established that CompanietC Charles R. Saunders. of Boston and t Bummer Address: ATLANTIO HOtTHK, Narragansett Pier, Rhode Illand. *Sa

effect on him lie employed his free and D had knowledge of the shooting Tax Collector I). P. Smith of New! I .MtMltMlffMltltltlMSMItltltMIMtB
I cast time In hammering on the nice! bottom A new sign was hung in front of
ago: ORMOND of tbe ship to attract the attention of In transmitting the Secretary of War'ifindings the McDonald meat market on South Sm>rna, are also enjoying the hospitality t.**...**********.******.*********...A.AAAAAAAAAAA.-..

my lines at passing \esnela. II.. tn..w when It was to Congress the President Beach street Monday afternoon. of this popular house. t Fronting on the Electric Lights and : .

day. for a dim light penetrated the among other things says: "Moreove: Huhftvc( KIVIT. Modern Improvements ;
I am ttlll bore,and {here the U room for scyeritethirgcaid water. there are circumstances tending to show Peter Hart and Tom Melton while t
on same log. My
.Chbon b.... for"iate oiu. very plcuiumtUott On the twelfth day the Norwegian that these misguided men were encour hunting'near New Smyrna Saturday '!

i. the Lots roltlruiuiu.FIVEROOM at prkws. that have not (118foanird steamer Aurora sighted thy wreck and aged by outsiders persist the course bagged several wild turkeys The Bennett. i i |

sent a boat to take It In tow. Enge- of concealment and denial. and a number of squirrels. W. J. Simpson and wife of York Schmidt's Hotel

landt bad fallen asleep; but. bearing The President recommends that a taw Harbor Me., are at The Bennett. Mr.
::1 HOUSE andI footsteps'o"r his bead be began be passed allowing the Secrtary of War *A. A. Kiger.can: recoVer a bunchof Simpson is proprietor of the Ocean House Formerly Schmidt's Villa.
knocking with his hammer and shoutIng keys by calling at the Daily News
Large Lot in KINGSTON for help. The Aurora's men returned power to reinstate any of the negro at York Beach Me.
i office and for this ad. tf I
to their ship for tools with troops found to be innocent. Meanwhile paying Alexander Pightfoot, manager of the HENRY SCHMIDT' & SON Proprietors, Jt

I FOB HALK. Inquire of... which they bored a bole through the I I he sayn, the Investigation into the O. J. Scammell, of Fort Pierce Casino at Palm Beach. U at The Bennettfor

CONRAD: REAL tSTATC COMPANY. OR bottom of tbe Erndte where they bad affair will go on. Those whose guilt was was in the city Saturday for a briel a few days the guest of H. S? ,' DAYTONA FLORIDA. ,.f:

NORAAN S. DAYTON. beard the shouting. When they drew heinous will be dealt with in accordant* visit with his grandson, Carl Saxon, Houston. Mr. Lightfoot is owner and Fine Home Table Delightful
out tbelr drill a man' finger followed. offense. manager or the Stoueleigh Hotel on .
to the who is ernrlojed in the Cave cignr Reasonable Rate Sunny Room i
and they soon learned that SngeUandt Highland Lake, Bridge ton. Me. << '

BUILDING [LOTS ON RIDGEWOOD had food for four days more and wished O.A.R.Daytona factory. A group photograph of the guests of ..," " " " ',. stItueevYvvY4vvyYYtnvyIIIIIIII..ost.smaaei

to be towed to land. for It was impossible For sale modern ; The Bennett taken this afternoon. "
t or rent -room was .. .
I oner or sate lots J and 3, Block 3, Coleman : to release him in the open sea. Fla. Deo. 14, 1908.I '
furnished Itidgewood
** Addition to Diiytona. Tbt'1I are The Aurora towed the wreck safelyto cottages,
swong the most d..tlral>l" meant lots Ml Xeufahrwasser. ,where with 'considerable .I There will be an annual meeting ol J. G. Brown 113 S. Ilidgewood a\e. Mm. Qeoffrin's Hutband. i THE RIDGEWOOD '

on Rkise_'ood arenu. A flne location for a difficulty It was attached to. a Joe Hooker Post. No. 9. Dept. of Fla., Mme. Geoffrln. like most t'reuchwoI- I ;

alt fcotue. For prlc *ii,atidiviui huge crane, a plate ,was unloosened. held at the City Hotel on Friday Dec. C. D. Smiley and son, Montie, returned men, had the gift of making phrases.

OUT H. BIW)\VN. Central 1..k..1UchIICftn. and tbe Imprisoned master was freed. :, 18th, at 7:30 p. m. All members should from PeLand Saturday, Mr. When Itulhlere bad read In her salonS I E. D. LANGWORTHY 'Proprietor
lie was perfectly conscious and even I be present. Visiting comrades are in- Smiley driving over with Jlr. Spar work upon Russia, which she feared ,'

1:. S. HALL able to walk alone. The three men vited. Byorderot ber and Montie accompanying themon might Involve him him of In difficulties to burnt she I TilE house is charmingly situated on Ridgewood Avenue, the high i
offered a sum money
of horseback.
who had constituted his crew were GEO. H. MATHEWS. Com.,
Architect and Builder. -course drowned when the Teasel cap The author waxed wroth at the Insinuation est and most healthful point in the town of Daytona. It is
By T. 11 Cave, Sr., AdjLWANTED A reception will be given at the Implied and broke out Into :
Pf1.-\pw! York Trihon_ very tastefully and comfortably furnished and is modern in
Office 209 Palmetto Avenue parsonage of the First Baptist uu eloquent assertion of his courage I '
The from the
vegetables Ridgewood garden.
Marked Him. very respect. : are
in and Independence. She listened patiently
churchVednesday evening,
r "Are aware who I am 7" THEIR GOATS.A of and native which feature of |
Daytona florida. yon honor of the new pastor, A. Lincoln and then in a quiet tone fruits growjn abundance are a
"Sure! Didn't I just call you an old voice said. "How much more do you the table. :
idlotr-n.veland Plain Dealer. Curious Advcntur Among the Na. Abercorabie and Airs Abercromhie, want, M. IlulhlereT She married at !
of Africa. who expected tonight from NOW OPEN
I tiv* are the ape of fourteen M Geoffrln, a -
.......................... Mrs. Coostance Larymore author of Stamford, Conn. All members of wealthy glass manufacturer nod lieu
.........................4: -A Uesldenfa Wife In Nigeria.- the congregation it is i expected will tenant colonel of the national guard. ...............................................

counts this curious adventure In Afrl be.present to extend! a hearty wel Us[ duty as husband seems to have ,
I| Find The Spider J I Everything i ii G+ *
cat "Tbe sahib as from Ineradicable come. Lieento provide the funds for her soilal -

India habit I still commonly I call my campaigns and to watch over the ; ;

I Photographic i husband had gone out at sunset after :JFtiR: KENT: -I arge hous.e, 11 iletnlls of the menage. It Is related of iTh.Pi I George \ i

deer and during his absence the entire rooms situated at Silver Beach m-ar ilui that some person gave him a Lls-

I I'YOUNG'S i : SPECIAL PRICES ONPortralts'forthe population of the tillage came strt'am'Inr automobile club house; bath, hot ;ory to read and when be asked for I

PHARMACY i iI up the hill to tbe rest bouse, all and cold hard and soft water; fur- the suc'essl"e"olumes regularly : Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors, iJi

' Holi- talking loudly) and at once and evidently .'} off him the first as If it
I I bout 4S I i nished. Garage and servant's quar palm<( upon i
i under the Influence of strong excite- i '
500 for Inquire were new. At last he was beard to DAYTOXA, FLORIDA.
ter's. Rental season. -
Season. ment. I.was by that time well accustomed
i i J day say that he thought the author 're- ; ''"
of T. E. Fit/gerald, or NOW OPEN--
to creating a sensation whenever any peat{'(} himself a little." A book printed :
NK\V LINK UK.. Developing and Printing for the J : white havIng '. tf : ,
1 appeared, no woman agent. In double columns he read straight iuruuMSnni: AND RENOVATEDTlIluIGI1OUT ,
i Amateur a Specialty.J + : been seen previously, but these the remarking that -It
t Tooth Brushes, Combs Hair All for change of advertisements tuross page .
than copy .
struck I
people me as hating more rath
be good, was
& Clark. f seemed to very : :
Anderson saluationa In their minds and on their in the Daily News must
Brushes, etc., etc. cr abstract. One day a visitor Inquired Steam Heat in Every Room
; : 1'-ck 1U00'k opp.MOuth Bridge. I clamoring tongues. I bad been six: be sent in not later than 3:00: after the silent white haired i

.......................... weeks In the country. My knowledge of wbo was In tbe habitof
:......................... \ fauna was confined to salutations and o'clock the day preceeding which old sitting gentleman at the head of the table. :! SAME MANAGEMENT 'THE IIRISTOL," ASBUKY PARK, N. J.I| | .-

a few simple words so I summonedour the ad. is to appear. -Oh. he was my husband," replied :r....................4.4.M.et........................ '
Interpreter to help me to entertain :Mme. Geoffrln "before he dled'-'
my visitors."They -.... ..... .

iiN t ORMOND::F R5 L 1 I at chattered.Paul who shouted eventually and explain gesticulated AN INDIAN ATTACK. Argonnut Birds That Make Incubator THE .i3 EIT-j f ft .

I. ed to that they had never
I me smilingly On In Which Custer and a New York In the Incubator the pale yellow )
before and ?! urlh IUI.I l \\.nuc :
white woman were :
seen a
A GEMLEMAK'S HOME I Broker Were Mixed Up. chUka, their soft down not yet quite
i I anxious to offer me a personal wel Charles:: Osborn. u New York broker dry In places fell In their attempts to WOW OPEN Modern and I First-i:; -loss in every particular. PriIivMV !. :

Of fle\en furnished complete, ready to move into. Hot and come. I nodded and siblled In high nnd General Custcr were Intimate rise and walk, like men dead drunk"There's : ate Bath Knoms: Entire Whtte Service. Northern :
S rooms t gratification, thanked them cordially said the chicken : Cooking Special Dinner served Xmas Day.Cottagers .!
and tank. Ample grounds. friends and Oshorn annually ltl"l1 another
; ,water-rain I and when I had exhausted my small l may engage tables now. 4I
Lit show through i iI" the general at bU camp on the |>1;ilns. farmer at an excited little head tame t i
: me you stock of polite salutations told the Interpreter During one of tbe Indian campaignsbe / out of an egu "Wonderful things .........O.....I...S.'s-............................. l
to give them leave to j
MACON THORNTONREAL I home. This they did somewhat reluctantly. invIted Osborn and a party of thf: .-e Incubators bird that Would makes you them believe .............4....................................... 4
i ii friends to Kansas and after giving that there's a .
I but after describing -
: them a buffalo bunt arranged a noelexfHTlente "Yeli sir; a bird tbe tnegapode.
ESTATE ;. the Interview with some amusement . In tlway: of an Indian I makes Its own Incubator every time It THE STILLMAN !
i ij to the sahib I dismissed the matter
i scare As Oshoru was lyIng In his tent bln nest of egg* It 191 't bothered ,

and ORMOND BEACH from my mind. one night Bring was beard at the out like other birds, with the long and : DAYTONA FLORIDA, I D. R. STILLMAN Proprietor. :

1 : ORMOND i "Six weeks later we passed through I (poets and the rapid riding of pickets"Iloots monotonous work of sitting. ccinif The Halifax Hall Block: from Stores and Poitofticr.Modern .
...... Lukpa agala on our back to Loko-- ImprovementsVhiteHtlp. Northern Chef. . .
.. way
.... halls from Australia
:.................+.w...+w.w.+..* Ja and found It deserted-not a man and widdles'! was tbe order In "The blf'jtoIooe .
the Barrier reef country Its Incubator Terms $2.00 and *
the disturbed atmosphere l of the nlk'ht : upward Weekly Rates on application.
woman or child, not a goat not a fowl and Custer api'eared to Osborn loaded Id a simple affair merely a great t
---- TABLE BOARD - --
T i K..1 -all gone, obviously fled into tbe busb re\ohers, mound of leaves In these: 1t>8\J It .
r NO MATT WHAT YOU I felt distinctly/ hurt at thIs cburlUb n with scalping rifle knife two a saber and buries Its eggs knowing tbat In that .I.......................#4...........................

behavior on the part of my late admlr .
hot. moist climate the leaves will ferment
"Charlc-8, be bald In his quick. n.rv-
i the of Heal Estate I Ii'BE ers and learned long afterward that on cue:: must defend juurself I and In their fermentation give: ........................ I I I
in wuy "ou
Of Buying or Renting way our first visit our precious Interpreterand I Sitting Hull and Flea In Your llolJti off just enough heat to hatch the I j
others of our party had seized and !"_I! HOTEL PERKINS ; !! Gi : [
[ [
MANSION\ i with \Wlogl Tall Jim and Scalp Lock chicks I. :
OR A l
antI fowl In tbe vII- iirj.
IT A CABIN I killed every goat I Skonhebau. are on us in fotce. I did "Who can deny intelligence to this I opened aadPORTLAND" WIIIS"JuneI I IFIrTII I. 1\11" Mi's. Ace. .
big*. The wretched owners bad rushed Its Incubatorto
bird, which own
Farm and Truck i not want tu alarm you before but the II III CHICAGO
talk with us. : to the rest bouse to complain
It will be to your advantage to up safety of my command is my first hatch out Its own t'iJt'r'-Sf'W Orleans ( OJU (JON I
i I I
and all they got was Thank: your! ,
Land is one of our specialties. : duty. Things look serious If we don't Times Demo*:rat iTIi Uow -itx ,
"1 am not ashamed' to confess that I I
un-et again Cod bless you"' "VloJcra Luiury at Moderate Kates" II III
i cried when I made that llsco\ery The
I j The broker fell on his knec-s ""Cus:: "Belling the Cat.
DAYTON lesson however went home to us both L
NORMAN S. tw." h* cried, "unly get me out of this: "Who will bell the cat/'" Is a curt'us -
:4 and drove us to work ceaselessly' at i iI
: the Hauaa language knowing there I' I'll carry a million shares of \\"estcru <>K1 pruvcrb famous lu parable and I

I Union for TOO and let }ou Into the fi.ui In[ hl-tory The mice nye tbe para-
could be no for ourselves or
Real Estate Building to get me home! Onh save me'" Lith'ld a consultation how to secure: I II
: Lumber justice for the j>eope! until xve could be
: But Custer was gone nnd the camp themselves from the tat. and they resulted

: :.................................................... Independent." of dishonest Interpretation. by shrewd arrangement burst into a to bang a bell about the cat's I t:

------ A Uful K.y. blaze. and bbuts. oaths and warwhojps nt't.'k to give warning when sIne approached I
--- I were Intermixed: until suddenly a painted but after they bad resolved IIi
"What ts this peculiar key on yourtypewriter
: I object loomed on Osborn's sight on doing It they w.-rc us far off an
? I never saw It on any Ii IiI .
I and something was flung into his facea ever for who would do ItKoth > .. "
Rare fore. I human scalp. lie dropped to the parubl .m
JA "HUt yon! can't My own spell Invention a word you Whenever press I ground and said the Lord's Prijer theiusclttIn historyWhen I I:;: jb;

backward and sideways until the noL>e the Scottish nobles met at Stir ..-
and It makes a
furnished house. with steam beat, electric : this key I died away and there was exposed alIghted ling In a liody they proposed to take fl..Ti<.l ll,tl at ii cost of
i. We will sell you a : Transcript. table with this of I IIn
, location for supper: explanation {"*lH.icf, theobnoxious favorite I i $150.000
UghU three hath rooms ; modern in every way; good I on a tranvptremy. James: II. und bang him aixl ao get
Changed. ... U4J Running Water an Long
"o.nd -
I t that it will pay you 1 per i "Osborn's Trent! rid of him. the heart of 'ht I5u>ln. and I I
for fie 'o Maud couldn't bare thought I i : Distance hJnu In all Kooia
19000, and rent it for you years. Nell ".\h," sal.I Lord Crey 'lhats ery chopping Ul-trl'-t lt'>cin< a U II 'air h : 'lilt lth Hot
>lloitni-- *
A oral
, tbat fellow she married.Beil.Wby -h-n suite and single
and repairs.REAL much of well said, but wbo'll bell tbe cat?" in .'v,'r\ ,-,K IHSample I I. 1'4111/110| or --n Mult.ltnt .-
cent net abme[ taxes insurance I ? en-Sbe boasts that she JeST before you l leave the table. black KarlAn Long dlslHUCiphono U<.om, Cnf drill M.,--Io' ,. ."- S''."" ""'I "I|, ..rd.
1 I "That will I: said the ..
made another man of him.-Philadelphia -t a* well as you are able 'aters to Tourist and <"",uni ,'till if .f tin 1,14 .t uin.U. l>lulii/( Ktmin
baa Fold your napkin up tie middle us, lIe undertook, the task accoujplLsbcd Trad European Plan H..t..1 i o. I n 'II.' n>untrnur. fiinuijailsu
COMPANY Record. And the end together bring. It and was called "Archibald pr day. and up (Correspondent. 14.45 : 0 I 11 fNot U ;", .MrvIi.slid CuIsineMcClintock
: 1 ESTATE i !, If eo tar you've dune It rightly. J JClt l- liOOklflH 2 & Bayfield irues
CONRAD Roll it evenly and tightly Bell the Cat" until hU dying day. PERKINS HoTEL CO.. Proprietors
stumbles but no ma*
:I Everybody Aud you'U be surprised how lightly Glasgow! Time ZAAAA-S.-
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anyone bad told Thompson Tbom- Kfl DOT AID BOTTL l Theatre / > .
Mu six months before the general election lip'at "

of 3that be would be a candidate * (nrrr MC retail: will not : ". ri
for office he would'h4re laughed PICTURE SHOW.: t '

: him to'acorn. Thomas was -the most Oontlna from Frat rac-) t. rr.Q"IGHT.. OPERA HOUSE I ., Nc\v Shapes 1 t,

unassuming man la the.world. Small .

?*- i 'bald nearsighted with a IOn Toke street shows and peduUr OX I.\ be re. ... TO-NIGHT !

and extreme gentleness of manner, be vised. Nothing more. That "-('Om- ( NeM Pictures. I SEABREEZE 1 i GIIN METAL PATENT"PUMl[ x

( was especially unfitted for participation !mendatioa was not complied with, hut : Attractive Pictures Well Worth 4- t

}> la an exciting campaign. i instead thereof a copy of tile JJiair.iordinance BARGAINVEEK j I! Seeing:
nlooa and j
One day a widow fmpee
Mating t? bctnsrsn* pio-
of Programme
: ambitious, bearing of Mr. Thompson'and :' Complete Chant
cured ordtaanc .'UfDruittwo.nc For Six Days
by the +" Only Every Night. --and-
his Income,made op'her mind to -
presented by it to the Council font* :
marry him. There are various ways ADMISSION 10 CENTS of the Dig-
of appropriating'a man. The widow approval I Tie .rnimi"'f' "ppn, ,%t"tj .J Country ONE AND TWO J

-z those that of carrying him by storm. Sept. 2. 190$. w& the! \iui r..i. nliOallh' ,,'"V. tkkctf gives away tosk t. udeiis. ; 1d

with slight modification- Lucky Number.MissLpcOleSevoy' (
When the storm over Mr. Thomas 3 TIES.M.
wu a married man. A great roiiiraotiuu followed its pns-
On Bad Terms with .
yr: The wedding occurred ore months *85e. YArftRVrLr
and two weeks before the election. At An indignation meeting .as held recalling I Ir

the end of a week's honeymoon Mr. in a demand heir'g matte ..f the Week Deea ber 21.1 i the Janitor.Tales B. ABl

Thomas took up his paper. one morning -, Council to repeal it uul.iu twenty-four Told. .
by The Searchlight: X7
and : hours. The Council ordered the introduction .
There U a movement on toot to place Coming Attractions: I Beach Street.1*
of an ordinance to that effect
Thomp Tbsrfbu a cum snot politician of 14
the S.T atM ward, la nomination for may The mayor suggested that a commit MainecsVedneMlY and Saturday W.. ,h'e"Ot.... In the Euh 4 j
-.2 or. W* hope tt will not nce A. We tee of one from each profession and Week December! 2Ita.Hovze THE PICKERTS-Week I tee 23 : 3:30 p. m. I'hauoeonteaN ; '. .:
Med a practical business man for the position '
DOt a drone. I business be appointed to present such a t30 O Oi)30!

e' Mr. Thomas was astounded. Calling schedule as would be satisfactory to the Sisters COBURN MINSTRELS-

:his wife be showed her the Item. indignant. Such a committee was. appointed : Show Every Night. .
Januaryl2MABEL t110Nti tD i tNd U tNm10 NtIN010
"Reft,",she said. "I know I've married and appeared before the council The pixie !dot.." Admission 10 cents. .
a drone, bat I don't Intend that m1 1' but it made no suggestions looking to a :
husband shall remain a drone.. I have I I I I modification of the ordinance and again The place to spend a pleasant hour PAIGE-Week ending; i Doors open at 700 p. m. Bond .Lumber CompaiMANUFACTURERS :

some ambition I and you are one. demanded its unconditional repeal. IWIOMA Orrx: AT Jaw/ P. M. January ; ('omplt>te change of pro.* ram each night OP '?:"
We win wort: together. I am -
for your candidacy myself.arrangIng j]I After the departure the committee ... Rough and Dressed Cypress Lumber, |
four members of the council iietsrs
"But, my dear"- ( i : Lath _Shingles Flooring Ceiling Brick. Lime and, Cement In
"I have the promlw of the boa that Mils and Heymunn BOWLING ALLEY. I r :i:, : Office asdYanleEestCoestRailway_ and Orange.Aveaae* ;P J.

you shall have the nomination. AU sent over the whole schedule reduced' F;hoirlll": Grape Fruit and '' 'MALBY.
that Is cxhlllarating'pleasant 'Phone 8j R. Ala
that It la the rates on occupations and cutout The most
check for many popular
required -
It yoor fV lixloor game for Quality-totter Tangerines... .... anal I .tprul. \ choice line of oi.rt.M....0........................ ......... "
y 000 for election expen*** the cumulative and all other objectionable none ,
rimn and t>rlxbt-no seal.or ru-t.
: "Five tbo aand dollars.Which ."' fcatuns: which bad been

wm be well spent You adapted from the Miami ordinance.The LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. BOX TRADESOLICITED FRUITS, CANDIES & TOBACCO. .i.s...................................i.....

bare never taken any stand In the four agreed that it was in every uKi7li'! '.lBr0' *
r= town whatever, but the mayoralty Afternoon and (-\'"nlng.u. ( on the I'klt'
them and H. MUNROE
way satisfactory: to directedthe GEORGE
win"M. t>rep In for a goat thane.hEACII I 'cOMpf
amended ordinance to be presentedto GROWER AND SHIPPER
.. Thomas groaned. Then be 116 S. RIUUEttOOU AVE.-D tona. PU.
the counciL It was presented passed > II. BK_M'H HTRI-:KT. > 1 JoITIUtT. P.I.AD.M. .
showed a bit of flgbt-the'only Jbthe r .

had ever shown In his life-bat and ordered to be certified to the mayor 1 : No. 8 Beach Street, Daytona, Fla. -

X Mrs. Thomas so oat.Ileroded Herod for hid approval. This is the history of .

In a war of words that her husband the license ordinance in a nut shell. tone ha had the good fortune to servp' tlt : r ;

-f was cowed. He did wt consent to the It appears that the judgment of the her during that time. It has accom- : Automobiles. l and Gasoline Engines 1
4 movement his wife had Inaugurated majority of the council was not satisfactory I i 4 : ,
plised much good for the ('ity. and although At GARDINER'S j. ... .
any more than a man consents to be
drowned; be was simply submersed. to 90 per rent of the license tax the maledictions of a few may I f : C iamond Tires, Bosch )Magnetos

The$ .OOO was bandtd in to the boss payers. 9 be hurled against thenj they will survive f : and Spark Pluys. j
If the recommendations above .1.1i t
who after depositing the lion's share act the shock, and our more conservative I. t

to the credit of the -organization began forth are followed I fancy we will all substantial and progressive people I STORE Iin ; : ,Secondhand Cars taken in part payment for New Auttd.r .-,]

paying oat the rest to the heelers survive this "wreck of matttr and crushof will not fail t. honor them with their I i .- ART Ik I JI

Thompson Thomas received I the nom worlds," and that at the February good opinions. G. B. SEA\f.\ !I I. : Discounts Allowed the Trade
ination. Jadson Tadleben was put election a new and a council I k :
op :
Mayor.I ...... .
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by the opposttlon.boss and the people will be elected to receive the condemnations The action suggested by Mayor Sea- : : Macon Thornton of Ormond, was'i t' .

became greatly Interested In what they of their fellow citizens, as all who man was taken by the Council and Day 'i -\HTII'4l'l"IJ"J.I : ii- SI,i in the (city Monday. j
: considered their franchise i
as s
5 citizens.' The morning after the nomination have turn gone received.before them have, in th,.ir dmance tona now has no occupation license or i Art Calendars, : I Ii The J. C. Pell meat market on CAN THEY l y.tP !i 11!FS:. {r..+, GEnT

Mr. Thomas was surprised to
": read Ina journal-the mouthpiece ofthe Such new council and major Kill no i : North Itidgewood avenue is doing avery

party be represented Interview doubt fix up a schedule: that will be eminently DAYTONA i CIGAR FACTORY : Mottoes. Christmas Booklets 5 satisfactory business.

wlta himself. He was not aware of satisfactory, and may the bles- S.t

baring been Interviewed and spoke of rings of heaven be showered upon their Mrs B Mason came over from c

Us astonishment to his wife. She Informed unfortunate heads IS ASS11 I! FORM. I .\uonniiflln, .. ..f Hastings Sunday and joined Vlr. P t

him that It was -faked" Interview Each mayor and each council, it i Mason here. They left this after- ,1ff

: for political purposes. Among >tg noon for lifdland where they will i )
seems proven to be worse than their i Water Colors and Souvenir .
other things that had been put Into bin predecessors no matter how well they il'c..t hu..1 from Flr.t fugf j spend three or four days and theo'I '. .
ji Views of and '
mouth."Mr. Thorn was this, what: try to serve the city and its people. I i Daytona I Ig<) on to Havana Cuba: enroute to'I t h \ 1
arc your concerning
the trusts T" One mayor and council are blamed l>j. stock: company of say $30,000 and o f| : vicinity the Isle of Pines. ? /..4'I

1 consider them unholy alliance to the careless. unmestimating observer, pushing the enterprise vigorously from i :
J grind the face of the poor." the start. ! lint"' led' In black and \\ hllr and SrpUPUtlnum Miss Maggie Dooley, of Petosky,
Mnd how do you stand on the labor a.. le : g too conservative and not ac-
qattUoaT :ishing Their Still another plan is to make it a pop- 4 *> Muh, armed iSaturday, and will
comp anything. :
r -I look upon the laborer u a man anda ular stock of mode sp,'nd the winter here with her aunt
quite ,
power brother to,advance If alerted his laterals I"shall do at all the In expense my- try and their are condemned bands at worse producing than the results do- shares and company invite the public to make f i EASTMAN KODAKS Ai FILMS i j i I ilrs. I P. .J. IFawIey on North Ridge-. L\ I

of his employers. the bub-crtption.: i iThe I wood ivenuf This isMiss Dooley's
nothings. At the next election the!
Mr. Thomas was Indignant. -What first visit to Florida and she de-l'
established !
factory u and H
wheel turns round and history : \IsO' IK-M"III) lllH HIKl Flnnhh.c :
repeats -
I pothouse politician put that In my opera-I' lighted with the
it'elf.i ting and whether Mr. Cave for thiuati. -iirtrii.l 0 country.
moutbr be said to his wife. "I would I 2 I

be an Idiot to adrance the laborer'sInterest In conclusion let me say that I hatej: limited single-lauded number or of is capitalist'associated, or with with a a'I I'' 5...S.*..N......e.. ..... ,I Ii rl';srs. Hilyard and) Ilolrojd oft I /i, W f e rt i

at the expense: of his emplo- been a careful observer of the proceedings !,Prinr-e George _
I -- qf -- interested
er.' Where would the laborer be If I large number of shareholders, the enterprise i were J v h
of this and former ,
fur Monr'ay forenoon in the! removal of ,
< his employer were degraded?" promises handsome returns !I Mrs f 11..J. Das: of Main street, | I _
some years and am firm in the eonxic-:- a farce sueetgum: tree that stood l in

dear."No pothouse I was Informed politician that wrote your It.views my lion that the City Counr 1, as it war I I Kingston will goo to lUrtim Thnrsd : tn close pr ,ximity to the front of i I

would be required and I put that in constituted ten the 12th day of February E. II IU tehkis. of D.ntlna Drach Jay fur about a nn'onth'-4, vim; Iwilh { the hiiiMing There were also al 1 'L.s ef

myself. You moat stand well with 1900, is the best, most progresrl a and has gone on a short! business trip to' jeer.is'er" Mr.. Hra.II.\! .". of nnnnher of i interested spectators and :

the laborer or you will be defeated. eons o-.VMin' r..until the City of Iay New fork city. that plate : dmtor-* nf the work I I ,

Then came demands for more funds.

Sir._ Thomas refused- hut one. ._1_..,..'._ IM> *._- . - - . . ----
tie with his wife was sufficient. ao] be .'N'NI"r VVkW WNr'rVrWN"Nr'r.WNrWNNrWiiriWNrWrWi"mrrr.'imliW."" WNI' WmmWN WNNNN/w --

gave another check and another and NrVI..N 1t'shr1 h'V1tl' YYY Ii i i i iS''

another till most of his capital.. Invented -

ane In his candidacy for so office be SPECIALTIES! OF THE CONRAD GROCERY
; lidn't want nut the crowning agony COMPANY I

N WAS the abuse heaped upon blm bj tbe _
opposition. When be read the follow- .

r L tag be fainted. dead away: I I II ..
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There ts a man Just now prominent before I ..

bad his the Jut publte deserts who It U rumored If be .\ Otar:; Ham................,.... II, Jfo(". 1 1A.
would be behind bars THE 1I
rather than soliciting the vote of his ARMOUR'SStar Picnic .................... I2p} NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY'S 1t I

lower COUBtrymMt.. than nominate Could the one who opposition baa sought sink Naked l Ham ..................,............. 14c .. t'

br every means In hit power to throw. Strip BatOo .................. IS. 25, and 2sc i ..
dust about bU put Only a Jury of those
Armour's Simon Pure Lard in pails A, '
couatrjrm could throw a searchlight: 3 its We., 5 Ills S.ie.,19lbs $1 A.
upon that record ha seeks to hide. QO A
Aa soon U Thomas could poll himself Hams and Bacon Armour Sliced Star; Ham, in cans,... 30<\ CAKESANDCRACKERS "

together he went to the newspaper of mbbur Flour..............per barrel $ro..5

Ace and demanded to see tbe mAD who frauulatf"d Sugar.................. 100 Ib r.7J Mb
wrote the article. "You mustn't mind Elgin Itutter l*>-t print.................. 3 a :
June Mi.ragr; flutter ........
a little thing like that. Mr. in prints. :33c. ..
r said Thomas. Pride Uleo in rolls! .....................r.... 30c. ...
the scribbler smiling They say Simon Pure Lard in PailsIf Iggs: freiJi.............. ....................... 430. .
ail's fair In love and wsr. They forgotto Fox River Egg' .... ........................ 3.1\c. EXCEL A.."
put In poUUca.' "But I'll bare the Storage Eggs..............................._. 3JN. /. ALL A...
law of you." "<>h. we bann't men Y. State Cream Cheese.............. 20c. I r ..
4 tloned yoga Good day Mr. Thomas. Enlli..h;l Walnuts, I'.fazil, Almonds 20c.? I .S

Hope you'll meet with success." Florida Pecans.................*..........?. 25c t a,.
The morning of the 4th of Novembercame you want to buy goods by the Extra Large Pecans........................ 40c :

at last A prt'Bld.-ot"waa elected \\'' have in warehouse over CUDDER'case shelled \lmonds............................. COc. ..
with Deeded, IlalMDS: ....... .....1:ir. lt, 2 fqr J>. .
from aa the slat that diverted attention four car loads of Case Goods of I irst urrartt( ........................ 13r. 2 for :!5C'. t I OTHERS&f&4
minor offices. Mr. Thomas, '
Malaga C lu'ter Rairins..2. .
Quality. and 3o( .
looking In his morning paper for his Apricots, eva ra1.ed.....................tt.!1 n I .. I..

record'uw In one comer Trt Cream" Milk KitniU size... >.*{../>, Hotel $.t:??." MAPLE SYROPA 1 I'1'aches ........ ............................... i line "
Thompson Thomas .......... ..... ....
t was defeated for !l' nr:' ................. 2.w. .
mayor -ot Certain presidential vote "Mary land Chief Tomah, 2 Ioz. III (-:IN', is? :>i?
ha were,.elected needed l ,Thane and some 15000 that would : .. . . . .. . .. ........ .. ....... ..... ..... ... . . . 3.; :! G4' A TABLE[ DELICACY[ :rapt-fruit .......... .................... each :*. I / ,
were traded for the
prasldanttal candidate. {I Canned Peas or Corn from f! rH< Ii> 6I8 cane, t-.\trK I able' Apple ...., ..... p r p '('k 1:1betl.J. ; i.
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Mr. Thomas married life was of short .. . .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. ..:........ ... ... .. {.f tw.' d z 'n mtttm, [ r.'|"10. xpinadi. ..........'.rn...'..i.11.-K 1.r.a Imi to .

du atlon. Ills wife., who bad swooped Also SuCWtMRll, Snug: I lU'ir-S: !.inl:' I JV-III8, Clllliwl 1 1 !I..,. 'oO. . .. . "/1. li.n I itUatnr ,, ,r India and Ceylon A,
down upon him at the time to den \'PI.I'Ii., .lolatiis
nominate him for office proper the morning Fruits ftc. I'int. in Class: .. ....... .... ...., 311... .. . .... ..... .. ..... .., ..... pcrsas I. $_ 7.i I Comel In paCka&ea "Ith the :

after his defeat left him to enter other Sp.K-e Mill nut lot'rJlllt nit to name full line. Call ami Quarts, in Class\ ... ..... ....... 54 tr : -'f'1oh h 11iillhl Tf.tllUl.i. ... ..... ... 11)4) t lii !, Tbll name fa aynonymoua name TETLEY on eathi :

fields of ambition. She bad come likea I see and get prirtsCONRAD Quarts, :n Tin .. .....................3Ur. .in'-s .... .. .. .... ... .".. 10 and I IV eat h lions of tea drinkersfill 1rith TEA PURITY i as Dl 1. :

Kansas cyclone, raged fiercely, then i f I Half (;aJs.. in Tin...._.............;0... Cranium-.... .. ..._0.'. 2 luartJO for VHI 'r testify AA
: Plants......... .................. Wand
passed on, tearing a wreck behind GROCER COMPANY Gallons, in Tin i .....,...............S1.30 Green gg I.epp..r"..... ..........,....i'u cJhZ. :1..k.'Oc.: -- .,
Mr. Thomas gathered np the het.I', I I A,

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