Title: Daytona Daily News
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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: December 18, 1908
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00193
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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> .'1i1 ij 'taeniolt-.' latereat *_A pally[l News, reprneatative,meat:: M FA NS Mr'
The weather for
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"\. b.bri pleasant. ,hour aa'the heat of r tlsnagerG second meeting of the Palmetto Club A two weeks' vacation is on, "begin-

).W"A. MW" -turns- hndt at tU?ice plan ;Thursday rand; there was a large attendance of mem- ning with the 18th and closing: on Sun'

: essnt tat frith"ec ezqUlekf' was*sbowa in detail,;the court* water bers and guests. day the 3rd of January. Nearly all(

lbr t!t theUa;. takes _at,the'big Schanta .plant ha"It: t The hostesses for the day were the children, however studious and however

lweltieied: I ,the pervad.hJ4 travels from Its: subterranean' depths to four reporters, Mesdames Gardiner.Stew- mach they love their books and .their'

'-, i ?4v.4 : *oupoo;,for the big! transparent. :crystal i 'Mocks as art. Fitzgerald and F. J Ki\er. teachers, are glad when vacation comes;

$ .N 41f1N, or aftaiatiwt, he'take turned out at the chants plant. and Daytona boys and girls are like all!
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"" '- Promptly at 2:30 thu! president Mrs. *
',af" -b' 2 ,In the first place;they have bortd't o DeCantilloo Stillman, culled the meet- other boys and girls in that respect:
l* J* .rXfrw would not be ( Hear their .
giving shouts and
four joyous laughter
( nch. wells, lither .one of which ing to order and introduced Mrs. SusieA. K
(thaa'Waristy sad; advertising to a larges that's; what it
would supply rofficlent water as'Che1 .,Shaw as editor of the Club Annual. means. :

.igtlatsafnring. efcas.K U did.not P'11ts can" imp 300 gallons per;lp1Du At Mr . Mr*. Shaw gave an .Me and witty editorial The closing of this session was not "
i r cis ..... and ,now to the'kleker'i S marked by especial general enter '
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rstelhey ..caa'pump 18.000: piDoos then [in her usual pleasing manner
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fa.ftfe oaMt&elMtsiaettbian !W'turnedlJ' tainment. There' however .
were a
perbournr.432Ooo
.gallons per day.. ::If introduced her assistant editors.
-.aad; perhaps_itot:without provo- this much, water, were,.frosen into,big The Palmetto bung principally a lit number of miner entertainments. The*

nlt& They ak thai the coupon wblcb blocks of regulation..size ftwoutdinke( erary club tire first department was devoted kindergarten came first at 1:00 o'clock I
,las tiMa appearing once a' week lit with a very pleasing little entertainment ;
a crystal palace Jarge enough,lo holdallth to Writers and Books interestIngly -
mt'a ad.ba: eiimi aUd Jrt nthe and were then treated to a tree. A
e It Inhabitants. of Da.vtona.!, much lesscbi.T given by Mrs. Genevieve Merrill '
c They "re o-IDWt'the:,value to the ,water Tthev,'drink,, and performed Mrs.Jane C. Weeks the"Io\'ed motherof number of visitors shared then pleasures

tlte_efhaglag everybody<< hunt through ,the other aerrkes. retired: of I it. :the club." edited theSc'e: .itific House. of the entertainment.Tho .
tk .lies"edvertlaemeptri. .for be cou'J \> 1st ,and 2d grades united in]
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but-when ,it discovered' that : < a; tree and entertainment which was-u
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good to her large family. ,
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160 feet (lathe. ease of one_well.'and 175 .
. Taahle ,copies of on Issue were beiffrotifbt with the .other, and carried to _&d-t>ar- : Dr. U. Josie Rogersjtaie the inte'restlog toloycd'tbort visitor. >ughly by both'pupils and" .'!

up and the: coupons clipped rel tank.jon the top of thetbrd' floor of Forelp1\ew.. %
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ft&tand voted one ways they entered a the'plant. > . The next page was devoted to Music, The 4th grade held its own little
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demurrer and the Dally News wrotef Now the force of gravity,!* tokesUUi, *' r and Mrs. Bohannon accompanied by entertainment. The 3d and 5th
*eons, proscqui"! and thus.ended the r Miss Willaume beautifully unit d in giving their enfertainmentt
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vantage of, and the uratr'r comes. |ric "
while the 6th, 7th, 8th and High
| &auon of the 500 coupon. hog down over exhaust.steam'condensing Q Name and gave an an encore "Spring '

f 'Sometimes U pa! )',a to.k df. 'ThoeecitM pipes" and fa heated far 1 80 Fahren Ik Here," and one could hardly believe: School held theu[ separate.'exercises,

< who kicked up,iucti a dual oa the belt It Is t It were not true, for doors and windows and all had ery enjoyable programs.
permitted by fo f
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ix| paUdnal tax, think so. It is a wise to be carried to .t6"i1" a' a- a 1 were wide open and the room a bower of Professor Wright and a majority of,,
gravity on a
p+ ple wbo know Just when,.where and tsnt*. '. '. b, i# palmetto and bamboo. his teachers expect to go to the Florida, ;

!iW shuns to fcWty Put kicking to conl .. ''Ir ; Art followed music,, and a short pa- State Teachers' Association which con" '
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$ The : step Is to force it bpceure )( h ,
; ; v neMn CtaineeviUe! Decen 50
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t l jiduc it M apt \a become,chronic. pfr was delightfully_& byJUrulI&C3 ; "
> :fore feed: pump'lnto boilers.and .j ana Hiss r
From the figures! gttea brrevitbjt' fist C. Gardiner., ..h_ .._ ,._ : _._. 31. Clara Griffin expects: to'
-here-It. is converted' into steam of makea: visit: 16 'her borne in Jackson w;
:5{btob nred that the Hari(, Rifles Local News of Daytona Beech was

bYe J : moved up &G af'CUnd'plaee, and if '125 pounds pressure. It is Interesting ; s wittily given by one of the reporter.*, county

tUj keep up the present pace theywill to note, that at t.hlstali of the process :;,/k dWilliams Mrs. May Stewart. There is a healthy school spirit ;and
this steam is made to
bigh-pressure t
path: th# High School pupiLi[ for first Mrs. II. C. Gardiner then gave the the closing session has been a verys..tLf.-;
I plea (In passing their first quarter post work-It drives the electric light machinery in PMad&Jptu I Ledger. names of the new members of the tub factory one to all interested. 1-; ,
while it Is being conxprted into '
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Mrs. read written
steam, and so In killing all living germs : I Ruger a paper, by
lU order of runnlnj outaide Day. January 4th, 1909.I .
and purifying it I b doing important I Mr .J lna Fitzgerald on The Babies of

k1$ U Seabreeze High School M" E. work After this use it 'U exhausted : r DARING THEODORE the =.club. nine in all-Baby Kenyon x

riuaage, Seabreeze Congregational Into atmospheric condensers "onbe' Elizabeth Muiray, Mary K. Roger,

&.ureb. Kingston school. Then follow third floor and again it h permitted to : Donald l lver, Horace F. Stewart;Jean I HALIFA" LODGE, N NO.< 81, f. IA-M.,
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Very of ban Jsome an i popular young take the of gravity, and to Payne Henry Wells Stillman Dorothy
course goes
ladles,some of whom, it b reasonable to automatically controlled pumping tank, : HOLD UP IS SHOT TOO MUCH -brtnK and Franklin Edward Fitzgerald. HOLDS ANNUAL

nj will get valuable due bill*. Being born under such bright aus-
which returns it to the third floor to : I :
Because i of the new interest shown in 1 pices great things were predicted for K s sI
what is known as a re-boiler. This gives ;
Uw running of the young ladles the ? them, while only the boys may be presidents -
if have had the hardihood TIEMPfED HOT FOR
any germs any A ONt CASTRO ELECTION.Y1i''
Dafly flews herewith announces that it to hang on, or catch on en route.. ; of the United States, the. girls A Large Attendance. : .,

: *HHre) a* a special New Year's pre- by fie condensing process,. the finishing may be presidents of the Palmetto) Club I Many Out of Town

mitua. a handsome sterling silver brush stroke. 1 The committee for banquet reported!
taA comb set IA ate beautiful case. This executionto I A PromlncnttCitizen, of. Ormond is Senate Means* to Confiry* Operations Realizing tics Rule is Over He several of the hotels would serve either J I and Several ( .
Besides "doing guaranteed '
oCftJ' nq *]ao conflicts with piano and these Infix teeimally small, life organ ] -Encountered But Gives Mold- of Secret Service to Its Shuts himself Up and Drowns lunch or dinner. After discussion it was I The annual election of officers of Hal-Y.

coupon pries but may help you lo uin I, isms it serves also to separate all the oil decided to have a banquet early in the i ifax Lodge No. 81, F. d:: A. M., was held

savor the other of tt.e'm. Thin !let 1. now I which has bets used In the cylinders of ] Up a Close Cal[. Legitimate Use. His Sorrows. new year each member to be allowed to I at the regular convocation Thursday

c&exhibition in Clark's window. I I the inginea. j ___ft., I invite one gut-st. The selection of a hotel i Mght. There was a large attendance,

Tb. good for 500 vote, will and all details were left to.the com including a number of out of town
coupon i ROOSEVELT METHODS RUSSIA\ IN A MOST TEMPER.H
in its
i For a fourth time gravity gets FEROCIOUS .
be given for >11 subscriptions to the I work, and 'it goes to the second floor to DRASTIC TREATMENT NEEDE D. mittee. \ r Masons, and the following officers Wfreelect".1

Dads News, and subscriptions and re. * >* .It It Miss Thorpe announced there would be for the ensuing year.
i eoiL which reduce its tem- '
the cooling "
avak of the Civic next I I W. V Carter-Worshipful Master.
to duettNews, u heretofore KaKk .. a meeting department
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perature to 90,and it is sent on through (UVnlt..l Pn.a.J J (H\ (',.It.d .."".1 ,
amounted. f i Monday( afternoon at 3:00: o'clock and Grant Maloon-Senior Warden. v
Into the
sand filters
three charcoal and Tuesday night of this week while returning WASHINGTON I IS-It H, the BERLIN, Dec. 18.-President Castro asked all interested to be pre*'nt. Miss Joseph O.borne-Junior: Warden.F. .

waU-r storage tank. Now gravity pulls from a meeting of Oriental Com- intention of they Senate before the end suspects acting-President Gomez of Wilder as a nur e, sold Red Cross: stamps T. Feck-Treasurer.;

Messrs. T, S. Fowler and Wm.Watacn Itdounto the first floor and into the mandery in this city to hU home in of the present congress, acrording to a Venezuela of treachery. Today's news for Christmas pacjiagw. A, II. Carter-Secretary. I

w' o are locatp I o. Volusia j jtrenue [' big Ice can. These cans are placed f&th.aide in a Ormond, James Carn<.11 met with an attempted declaration mad today by onw of its situation of Venezuela caused Castro to The next meeting [is to be a holtHay G. F. Smith-Trustee for three years.

'; for tLe wiuter eP retired l a tank filled with brine and on bold-up on the road in the prominent members, to pua complete almost foam with rage, and -he openly shower, and the president invited one The master elect appointed J. L. Pat-

.' hate of pineapjlca 1 to some d their I of each row or cans of water the circulationof are pl&etdammonia north end of Holly Hill!! or between the stop to a system of careenage l'! at has charged that affairs were being run witha and all.to give much or little to our tillo. Senior Deacon Charles Knt,
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coils. by
town lines of that place and Ormond beta maintained over persons in public I loose hand during his absence. Ha is ( lib Home, its departments. or any Junior Deacon; Mile Revels. Tyler.
these such
.J ung: rnojila at home Lakeside., ammonia through COn.SD the offi of the Secret Jv rviee. !' in fero-ious and for forty hours
their wd Mr. Carn was driving as usual, and lift by .ceis a temper worthy object all to join in making the Thursday, December 31, was. selectedas '.
Ohio; \VeUiiet-Iay, as a Ciirifttmsae I proximity to the cans that This r was unaceompaniKi. Suddenly at a It was declared that under tie present I( has shut himself up in his princely day one of. merriment pleasure and the night for the installation of officers
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ht. Tile R entemen! say tLelhue content is converted Into .pro- point north of the Malcon residence, a I administration surveillance over men in ( apartments 'drowning whatever care ----- ----- with Past Grand Master James

never rein each fine large c ss requires seventy-two hours. man stepped into the road threw up public fife and outsiders has been as I of 8ti"te he may have by orgies of feastin U'oiltlllUrtt 'ourll. lige., Carnell as installing officer. ,
have
Now, really, Mr. reader, if you from I and All of
offensive reported drinking.
as anything ever attempts new sfaptT -
pi&rs at Iicrne to be bail in his hands and yelled "Whoa.
as are I Russia, and it is prop M-d that the ( men to interview Castro have .. A SIGN OF p arE. I
Mr. Carnrll drives little blind I.
the starlets here. Oontlnwd on Fourth Pale) a mare .
Senate enact legislation which will confine failed. "I 74g
from the Ormond livegr, which has the
the,operations of the Sun Service
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into It stone wall at his command. Although KILLS YOUNG GIRL

e Vote As It Stood Thursday Evening naturally startled Mr. Carm /-
retained hU of mind and urged :f
l'h presence (Grafter Sentenced. GIVES NO l REASON -
the horse forward, directly at the man A -- .. : !
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In the road who barely escaped being
: +.er DAYTONA HARRISBURG Pa., per. IS.-San- RRK
390,785 down jumping to one side, the =
run by
iytona High School' derson, Snyder ShumaVer and Mathat-
; jl6mr front wheel striking him aa he did so: Sensational
Tragedy Stirs Boston
.t4tiltftx Rifles r- '- son, convicted in the capitol graft cases!, i. kW
and Mr. Carnell continued homeward
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f 240.665 were today sentenced to pay a line. of Police
$ Eastern Star. without further molestation. The -Son of Sergeant Fires
21.055 $500 each and to spend two years: in the
,llaptlat parsonage .*. 21,765 would-be highwayman, he says, was .a penitentiary. Deadly Shots.
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Mcggte Morgan -
6.220 (B> Viiltwl Tri-sn.)
lutes Jean Frances Conrad 0 0 .0 Grant Maloon, who was al>o at the I
j BOSTON. MASS Dec. 18, James
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4 lodge meeting Tuesday night and was
JCalored .Industrial School xJw 2.990: *. an i i Hammond, son of a policeman, today
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j } not far behind Mr. Carnell. on 'his' 1' i'i
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. Mary Gills his whenhe V" : shot and killed Maud Harely. 17 years i
heard voices ;
135 cycle, near place
'files Antoinette' Folti reached'home, probably the party or 0 ![l<4d. and after killing the girl carried the -j

I body into a store. saying: Here she u;
DAYTONA '. parties concerned in the attempted
I. OUTSIDE OF 1 1 shot her." He then'lea, but later
I gave r a
23,480 hold.upbut after discussing it with 1 1Nyala I
1I himself Xo U knoll for the!
t :Awbfeeze rligh' Sc'hool' 17,435 Mr*. Ifaloon concluded some of tie I ,bet. up. cause I

:.31.JL..Parsonage_ Daytona Beach 10.335' neighbors were, entertaining late company Face Cream used during thecrld'weather'.will a .
Congregational Church and rave it no further h -*d.Th& ben :: C
7.36S : prove moat J
I S bool.- 6.760 \ hold-up business has become a1!*i efcial. to skin, preventing (,lie hamster, Record Broken.ray .

_- .Mlce Daujherty Daytona Beach most an a&auaf affair at this point, lips and face from .r.al'pilll. I.sitftosI. [ 1 ,.lt.t frvH..] y ta w

l. Beat Ir" 4,10 : bsT'|ng- Occurred' ,at one time durirg I In ing an elegant I skin lia.I!. 1I.M\\S.: France, IW. IS.-\\ilbur I "
Margaret
Freeman, Daytona:
.. 3..00 the season for, the three tot Price 21 cent' I -
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alt MurroYNew 2,690 years., each.time with about the came ; I for aeroplanes with a flight of 61) miles v-' /

b'ps ....tan .F.Stewart, Daytona Beach ZI90 result aa In Mr.Carnell's case, though in in 1 hour, 53 imnutrs and 59 seconds.jttr '

1 y Spauldlng, Daytona Beach r .. one or two tassel,a pistol figured in tie I 3B 3-

' Opera House r 453 case. ItVblgh time that the mattfr 4

Beach 1, :, were.thoroughlyInvestigated .and tre HANKINS, The Druggist.J and Mrs. A. W, Wei la went ; ; 4
e .Coates Daytona '.I '; iHavana last week for :: ;
0 gullty parties brought Justice if pcs AT Ttu3 t to Cuba ., a

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Belts=Sew line=:50 cents and $1.00. Umbrella second das mall niatu-r. '1bj.will! !
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livery stable in the business ,
was city 5n -
Fancy Shoes and Slippers. Lots of others.
: ear; t.
Thursday. -" v aua e in.J later s.

.OPEN UNTIL EVEN11tGB' ANTHONY .BROS. ,Mrs----W. M. Banking is again at '. ., *...1; l1'::'<,'

CHRIRTMAR home, having returned from Bartow g of Startina: ;'Chir

Who are never satisfied unless you are. Tuesday a ernoon. BUSINESS AND- '' ;i I : SPQ sibIiJY i (} _... ,
PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS "
.!.....MMMnMMMlMMMlMMMMMMiMMItiiBiiiiiiiiMiMiiMtMOiiiiitMiMitMi Mrs. J. M. Sargent won the umbrella : ts' on.:thoscKvho' ..love the:Cb,kl :
given away at the Crystal /.
k
nitYChildren's. ;
theatre Thursday ereniog.6M. offer'the oppottu
i .... .

i iII Ella DeVoy & Co., 6 South I especially j desired.! :: "

.T Beach street, anaounre a Half Price ......... ................ compounded*'quarto ):,
I LADIES' HATS AT HALF PRICE 'sale of ladies' hats for* Thursday I. POPE- p
Friday and Saturday. 14-3t i= F. W. :I t 'Depart 81 pt. ,Accounts_ maybe- o
and Counsellor at : .;
: 'Attorney }
!
\ I dOUar
;one up. '
Will and Orville Peters, sons of Law. ..
f
II Thursday t W.. II. Peters, will be home from I. Practice OFFICE In State OVER and POSTOFflCE.Telephone.'f'tJ;>f'fl1 f'1ouru'. ...t ;

j school to spend the holidays. M The M rchanfs..
r' Saturday, I....I 1.1.1.......1..e..1'f ,
fAccrioN SALE-Household effects, I. '. I
I furniture, bedding: carpeting, etc. T. E. Fitzgerald _E. F.Dates D. M/ BEIDfeP.4 ent.; J# a CONRAD .v'

M. ELLA DeVov & COMPANY, I Sale 2:09. p.pi",-.8ha Pi; Saturday,. FITZGERALD & OATES t' : j ._ p" ,'PCONRAD.. ; :.Cashier; ;\:!..

Dec. 10, at Garland cottage, 344 I Attorneys and Counsellors at Law .
I South Beach street.Mrs. '; : ; -
Facilities for and I
No. 6 South Beach Street Special Examining. I ,. .
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C Perfecting Land Titles. ;i.C.-4 'i..ss - :
.i..1 .' J., E. Rawlings returned I I II I I .. :.
Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone 128 ........."it.t.' _
s... Wedne.lay'night: from Rapine, Va., I I '' 1 ..,. -"' "' .i :i ':ir.: ;
i where she baa been for some time, i:...................IIIu. ; MILL'

............ ......................... and joined]))r. Ravf lings', at their S DR. O. A. KLOCK : ; ; i 'SPOT. CASH'QROCERV. Z:';1. !ICECR'I

I. .IIII.I.I home.on. Volusia avenue. and Doers 8ootbtb t'o.t)1D .Whether you want a
SurgeonSpecial
J Physician i: ) : No. .1
Telephone
tendon:: given to Diseases : S. '-MILLER,: Proprietor.. orders-of, one 11w.
!S of the dye and FltttnK at Glauses.Z I will I tar* 1811 byjiuylnr here' .
THE GLOBE Ovsrtiro* : : .: TMB B 5T FOUN :
I Office orer Globe Clothing store. Carlyle."r
t ; i "Look here." said the once-lay, "1 I 2 HoursTtoam.ltoapm.rlospmHowse : ,I 1" .." '.' !" ''til.tll tltll NNilM
'
= trf Tbe Clarendon.E. .
Physician
think the boss, ('ought to gimme a bit 1.1.......:...............1 I '
extra this week;bat I be won't""What I !
. forl" ask'edjthe guess bookkeeper. i ,: ..._ .!..... !t:. .....
I : L. STEWARTPhysician ; .
lnd SHOES : : t .
CLOTHING. :1 Tor'pTertlro, I',.wnj. dreamln*..boatme '.j. I 'i -
w fk'an"las' V ItigbLLondon and ,
'," .*. ; 'II CIiriii
Truth. 1...: -f, j> Surgeon. 1 :
cA Best Values in the \
City. '.;.t;.:t .' .. T *".' '.:,. . ,
; Especial attention to Plwases' Eye,Far, "'.I : : : .. ,
.. : V? Alt.Depeadl; .- > :: Throat and None.Ffturta l :-.:. .. t.:: ';'_. ;
AGENTS : I ,3 TooristIt' : !lo6kii't'llkenretry\ : good Door West Postoffice 8 N HA <(fAtE
Ladles' Educator--Mdh's BostonianSHOES Phone Hi Call answered.ROY ..-., ..
Red
Crou-Children'' soil-around liere. What crops do the i' l'" .'"'".. -"'' . 4-.L'f' -!t; ..it.. ._'..j':;
'J"j
:' farmers,,=- That grow all In ,depends this section,"' stranger.? Katlre -. ..............................._....._.........-.. : ) .. ;:_+:.Offei' (:.iO-.- "e : : t!.: ."- 1

; .
I' ,Tourist-Depends 'on" what: ? Native- : HOWE, M. D. ;:1 -: ',i:' \r'o(, r"
f On what sort of seed they puts In. j ; All "
: Physician and SurgeonMice J !r n Gash-Jpirch: : '

..... ....... ....-........ : (wood and Avenue Residence,opp.Kldgewood: 12* Ho."Rid Hot!;c.>l .J*J .J . :<' ratf...' c; .....".. ,
: Office hours:V to 11 a. m.: S to t I\lId ., 1 ,
Doings e:1)to K p.m., Telephone 175 ..!!'L EXCEPT. PAINTS'AND1QILS.: .

Seabreeze dl < i :............... N......;I 1 -: ; 'MAD! STOCK. f-*' t
%. 4 at Ca Y qna : ( ROOM_FOR NEW Doo Fail to re!Plu."ncfcrt*JM i,

News ,. o :BeachDAYTONA S CASCADE ,; !., .. t .. ;

% I .1 GINtfER :

5 l'I ALE a 1SSSS ISISS
J-- )
BEACH. Dee, 18.-The Equal Any
:SEABREZEE, Dec., 18.-Colonel LeG s 4i' town council has granted a petition s but Imported Is made i ito ;j; lTIo A'ii ICE t' > W,

S" /And Benedict' Is a fine pedestrian. lie 0/ G G o Ia. from the abutting property owners to D.ytto I I COMPANYS.L *
startld 40eIktr.
from The' Gables. Daytona, at 4 open and shell, Palmetto avenue .from .. ; -
8:30: o'clock fine the first oft .0 dellvere.4 a ;
t one morning' \S' v Seabreeze avenue'north to Duke street. your home. i
the week, walked to Ormond. returning, 0 'C. A. Miles, representing the Hotel DAYTNABOTTLING a : Absolutely) Pure

walked ; own the. ,peninsula through I 0 Supply ('0.,of Jacksonville, was at the WORKS '1--"C ... Made from' Dist
beauiirui'Seabre :
u. to Seabreeze avenue Seaside Inn yesterday Mr. Miles leaves Phone 13H : Water.' f
,
Daytona Beach; across Central bridge .......................... for interior points[ 'but will make this H. EUGENE JOHNSON 1' "W t?
and brought tip at.the toll house at 11 popular hostelry his headquarters for : : Our Wagons make :.q

z o'clock sharp Just in time make a good this season.A Bicycle Livery.Carries I . : --- Trips Daily
item fora Dally News reporter, who bad NEW SEASIDE 1 INN pleasant party from the Seaside Inn a full HIM of Sunday to all parts of .w.

been gazing into space for as l->ng as tin including Mr. and Mrs.-- Horace Stewart I Bicycle Supplies and Repairs. ,, SEABREEZE, ORMOND and DAYTONA

minutes, waiting for something to materialize. AND FURNISHED COTTAGES. chartered. the' Dixie.. Wednesday, and Prices Right. All work gunnuitifd.Corn I Ice for' Boats Delivered at any Dock-Sacked- >r

The Colonel, who has been a had an all day tip to the Tomoka. The aDd S... -Rear of Schantz plant- ......
WEST: ENHOFC.NTltAJ4 HUIDOK phc
newspaper man and now conducts Lee KKK other members of'the party were, Mr. . ... .. ;.
Grand Benedict Advertising Agency at' Everything !lodt'rn.1I0m..like and Mrs. Rider, Mr Curtis and Mr. .........I.I......I.I.I..31. .. eON............

New York City, proved: an easy victim. and Comfortable. Weston. guests ,at the Inn, also Mesdames : DR. -HOUGHTON .. .
_x lie and hb wife are spending the winter Directly on Atlantic Beach. Jones and Lantz recent arrivalsat :. H .Nf .
,
at The Gables, and'115ua11y take tht'lrt'OnaUtul.'onaJ the Ocean Spray. The had ,
Surf Bathing and -Fishing. party a : DENTIST I : O.d.
together but he hud'started most delightful day of it, and for It. ; a ';1\

off alone this particular morning KKK Mr. Griffin and Son: Louis, went to .. PHOJCK: :: West nmt"t"End: In Houth Perk Klork Bridge.S1.1.1.I.1 ... e.a f Ii
lie' liked walking and thought he $2.50 PER DAY AND UP. DeLand Monday in the interest of Mr. .
i .
would be in fine trim for his dinner, and Griffin's.orangpfck.r .............I.ii' J .. Royal Scarlet r.

after an exchange of cards continued his / KxxHORACE The Stewart beach:cottage, occupiedby :.1.1...............1.1... and Blue Label Q.j
journey with brisk steps in that direc STEWART Mr. and Mrs. Swaan, U undergoing i that t::
i excel
tion. considerable repairs. : DR. EDITH B. SHOEMAKER 'an 1hi gonthe mar"
,
i .
DAYTONA 1.
The Mayfield whose card in BEACH FLORIDA DENTIST
appears Mrs Hunter,Mrs. Buckner'a daughter,|I
- : this issue is open: for the reception of who is spending her first season on the:, Office IIm Hours to ttfiO: 8. ii' Their merits do the talking-

guests. The house which was erected beach, is becoming quite expert at carting -'!I S-W to fUI I'.in. ,
,. only three years ago for a home, hasbeen SURF CREST the line, and brought in more fish i; i 60 THIRD AVENUE. Telephone 38 : :

remodeled into a very attractiveand than the family could dispose of Mon I j N "".."".."" ""N"" .-I i iNNNNN ': cj.LYMANhlr: filer-Stro '

thoroughly modern boarding house, well house has, ccnirortaldand tn*<*n thorough! renovated I located; U day and her neighbors had a benefit. I, . ............. .
kept finely N S Old SI4VA
and DOW, with everything new, tasteful for surf ImthlnK and QnhJnuKates I Mrs.. IJ un t r'S little son, who was quite'' .
and convenient bids for its share of the f Ijn to Run p r<1nr.Addrciu i: OSTEOPATHYDR. : yNNN..j. i"NNI "
F MKH. M. :. : JotH. delicate when they came south is j V J. C. HERMAN" . NN. ,.........< 1.......................111.
tourist patronage 'Guests will find<< Mrs.: Itoytoiiu Kt'acb. Kl.; gaining his health. ff'-I'I. Graduate. under '.T.HI III,rounder of .

Rankin very gracious hostess.Mr. i Mrs. Kurrus, one of our tourist residents .. ..:Htt-olll\tb1ltt-\HlIN Ktrkavllle.IN AYTONA 111+aourl. .. When
James ) who is has finished j 1 Laatrdon '\'oIu1I111.nut't: door* M a king
McConnell. taking I line Princess SssenctA just a very pl't'tty'shell weal of Beach st.A positeThelaI'Tes I t rchases
the law coune at the Virginia.State Uni portiere of clam shells gathered 'Phon #) (jtiiy attendunt of
versity at Charlottesville, is expected to ""I'. _ ;?.,. J.,. from the beach since her arrival a few j i I .N.................NNUSI ... R. H. McDONALD Meats '. "

arrive 'on the 21st inst and will spend A flee stone and and rmiiM structure; rrrythlng weeks ago. t . ....... .... M. B. AULTMAN, Gents Fp QE* H. CLARK
..
,new ranltaryezcrpllotutlly"large I I I 1 .. rnishings. .*. ?. ...,, .. Jewelry and Stati
the with his Mrs. R loon ; all modern ronvenlrntrs locatlou side1walks e : "* -.l
holidays mother. S. ; The ordinance to build cement ORUBER L. '
McConnell. high home std table dry; rate; tear per orvan day CUD:: large a ml grounds tiP;.....-; on. Valley street from north town I 5 DR. A. O'NEiLLOsteopath ; -MORRiS HARDWARE' COMPANY, . LYMANGroceries..
vial rates for afa.!ou. AdilrrMAl i 3.NQHAM &: MALEY CO.. i *; ;< J .THE d
limits Seabreeze Furniture.
The Misses Apthorp are pleasantly anticipating >>A W. POWBRSProprietor. to avenue passed on'J j YSCOttitPANY.
2
: the arrival of their sister,Mbs I second rt"ading.Monday. night. .: PECK-HENDRICKS COMPANY,'Dryg >& t1ANKI NS. The Druggist. r

Ellen Apthorp and aunt. Mrs. W. Ii.Pinner I Miss Carrie Freeman entertained the ; Residence. Volosla Avenue. .
.- of New York who will spendthe THE PITE HOUSE \ COTTAGES :Tofigny Club at Pinehurst at their first .9 Office over Anderson's Candy Store.I .. . Be sure
'
. ....... ..... . get
lesson.or part of it, at leaf, in Sea :meeting Friday nightJ I IS 1 1 1 1 pd your votesJn the
.
IAYTUNA
V breeze. Miss Ellen Is trained BKACII. YA.ROOUII C. Butler has. ,. ., .
Apthorp .
a bought out C. A.hf'Onf'Y's .t. Relief Bush '
Std and......t I...._ & 5
hrltfht. dry completely fur CATARRH reo
nurse, of much experience.Ur nUbrd: modern I litiprowmmt*. clean and interest in the firm of J. C. Trnatiat trnmiatTede.Iaaoratoer,1 fford "Piano '= ,

.. E. N.Luke and little daughter up-to.late.short distance IxM-aUM from on Atlantic S.wt"res.m>>nn.Avenuea hater Butler Co. Mr. Butler will continuethe 123 Broadway K_York' Contest.

Antoinette, 'arrived last j>if ht on A visitto rvanonablr. L.1IUWAKD.. Prop. business at the same office. I I.MH

Miss Mulld.. on Valley street Mr. )Ir. and Mr?. Thomas Beach, Mr Yin- tNN-........... I "

Luke started with his family but stoppedoff ing and Mrs. Young made a pleasaLtboat FOUNTAIN CITY -
J C. BUTLER i
& CO. I
at Atlanta on a'tnatter'01 business party for a half-day's fishing sport f I ANO LILY ,r
4 He is expected today. oJ! the Halifax Wednesday. tlVERT TRANSFER SI ABLES f I WATffk I

Christmas exercise for the Congregational REAL ESTATE I HACKS MEET ALL TR I'IS. I .,( I3LI3CTRICIT :
Sunday school will take place 1 {. THE FINEST TVRNOUT5: IN DAYTONA I( [ ( orp..r"II"9, *..I.idli /. '
If you ant looking for gllt-ttlgc InvrMmfnt Origin of MytKa. ; Blaclcamilh water :
and
Cbrist.m nighR The children,will have Carria>a; mat it *.y.
I look for us. Our office Is at Ittjrtona Beach The human mind whether that 'or I.' Shop iik Connection. JTotofuttfy fan. .- Qecognizod not only asConveniences
a tree, songs,etc.. The: superintendent, . '
Dr Ereroden and teachers are greatly interesting the savage or the civilized man U :J CEO. A. roYE. ProprietorTLLI !I| ffiyhly: soomatrrrd." Ay '91 od' i, lhs 9l/oiltlrn "t.
naturally a thinking machine. In entry I :'\ ,
to the H. G. Wilson Si Co. 43'I Ay".n foranJ itily 'l1rn
matter.
themselves V times before science was born, the : rsardrt of I 'J a,'lOC"1.i". .;( .Y '
.
Seabreeze Fla. I phenomena of nature tNNtlltl) .. .,
i required an (Ox.i .XIdrs i 9"jrAl
i planation and the savage beholder : ......................... 7"0 'y3,;, C 1J/ilYly r .Cu Want i* 'now malnllt3omaclt

Juet So.o REAL ESTATE INSURANCE. V shaped the myth which satisfied his i iI I Don't forget to order from Jfttrmfu/?1aera/f Sad: W. that'yryin9lle People of .
"I wlab'70Q .would _use your infln- LOANS NOTARY PUBLIC. I I untutored mind. It to out of man's : S Cryaarc 'll/.II.r. oro't/' a t e r orop.- FJayl.
once to get Jinx te attend oar poker Improved aad ITnfmprovM Proinrtr.Fratt . I natural 'craving to know the "reason your : j Ay 4"'T' .. <:,," .yjo"It ,acacAdra .
party this evening." I and Vegrrabie; Lands.(, ".b1" that all myths are born. A8I I II: 4 99" ; Oppor'Unlty :tS
o /o Cptrra/tt 91.Hol.l
"Jinx! Slip,Le' the poorest poker 1 the distinguished anthropologist Tj lor. I I /olort'ty,,
player you ever uwP puts It, "When the attention of a man : j | .c'jrl"'nny: n"j.1I btw.t. .,
W. B. TALLEY I
ell know -Uoutoa Post In the myth making stage of Intellect I masTllrkeysA 711EV ADAM
is drawn to I SdllANTZ
any phenomenon whkb
: : A qale'-"a.om.-Ub ARCHITECT : LILY
IUS IIVJItIJ..bane,plearat ystu.itd .: has to him an obvious reason, be In I WATER ill ELECTRIC
oalnalvkw Ave
Lana and SpaclOcatloB lade for all classes vents and tells PLA
teeing&beO..odoq. (}verfookatheoee a. a story to account for J: [ : t .
Terms reaaoaabie. Adr.ss ,.5 *f Bolldlaci. it" In ock'way an mythology orig LAtrahkriIeJ. .
r ALE*".U.U.BAS. KI.,Bualmoiw,rla.i west .IJ1g JACKSONVILLE. FLA. inated. I I....__........1.1I...:1.. ,. I ... >> ,
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rq "mlJii. ( er( :, :' week_ L lMti.c Hid for eo;'aDd:sad deuvend.:Ceatltioea." :+ Proprietor, "; 22* South'Ikech> >< Street, L 1 specialty ,-largest and_ best sI '


:, :- i::.'x_ ,!, ,,- 5. '>=:\, 'f\t4_. !,,,,!!", Ih,1'HOt"'E:28":." :' -. !'.'}'i ;,:.t.:s.* _ 4f !-",. '}"- ''.1" t t& Yacht Club'NNNN .*U.'E. for the jncmcy. , ......... t.-:_ ... ...... :)t ;

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f' 4aq: T' ?{Yi; j.Itj. ;' : ; ; .rt. '.' fi 1 iNN it IN Ff '
IAr tal" 'xaanr.>:.,,--. "H ,.f: r' ; PALM BEACH .
aata. that.. r S;\wnut.pieva;to ',' ,Catehlsg a :Tartar ,:earrooaded toy:wmnn water of Ui.Gulf I
;be '
.D7 Nt1wayt.M :.. :C'h1ir': 1k l'A! '.PenlglvaaLtratitflzberntan: ; ..hadai'idreatore IJ ,TlfiC UItEN' KI4Ii\ Stream.:"Protect* guests from AJJ. cold [HTiiCARENI& N }

:bMaUi:: 'i..oi> or41 which l. Is 'a warning ,ttttongUtttas'lpersonsv < weather.''IIta tpmellke Informality,and I
-'tea .-. to.bue,4bt'VY'Jt.:,) : He was ln> his . moderate rates attractive to thoM mak-
:.tht3"vaA Rasa'tot .1>iJ7.i ba;;< sUii.hi*,flies when' besawnmaitfitnt ; :' .Give them one for .J Ji: ;tag a long stay For booklet and rate' rI
+V4fMetgtt. JT ABRCCZ1% FLORIDA.
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swimming across the'creelatreraifrodsep address UAXAGKB Palm Beach. a '
DtoN.'wJ.tI.ftr"L.I.,'- : '. ,
1 twf ",J ceert. ., ;
:wi OlrJee:Catn+t ct {: stream. He,'thoaghlIt :
1st
al1'uUtoIi. tibet : Opens January 1909
on
jaetsirtkorf. > e"" .n .IietOec :Ws a mink bat(when:U got within : Christmas j: -- t

flL : >h nom. Iarntloa it ,;[;1throwing ,..._ 'se eoeple'ot ytrtU h.'saw It was a''wild . tIr IDNEWSOFTHE'HOTWJ .. ..

dry ot p.Kiiok : ,tip, thLA.Arttataot&i1 Jot eat>WUhottt.stopping to think be cast t : .
teN -
f1ortda': saeeteatatlMet beat eartn for tbe finrtutiu-i.*.:;6t-.t"T-_, kit ,;Uni"\toward thee animal 'and. :the I and- we will fe..cb them .
.
ti .
boa 1nt..et that ed Statft' eat tnataat>ecretted his hasty-action.< how to secure good'plo .

paytona Itluehr..t.4: tut ILO at i 10D lt..: Sri, e Itistoek &'Cn'Whklt.--W''IJ and frel.+.h ttfl'drtti"ni'a Th4ook caogfxfln the cat's ears;'and s: tureg all the ways by the J JDAY : ...... - \ : Cottages with Steam Ilcat.. Electric Lights Hot and Cold Water; J

wft$taveetay 1 and Oblo.-'hP t'JI' t.IabtJllaltlmotYj dJ'I "talW14f'r ..promptly, turned ..a d.am: toward Q I 1[ : Telephone; High Grade Appointments; For Rent, with or
, s anwttF eFartht 11
fe+ aaOeat$4 .tUs event I*t-o Bd -uUll.to'that it: d..+' Ih* boat Ha"paddledaway.:: but the LIGHT SYSTEM !: q

adoption. ,;the'I!seta ton ot.ID4: eat brertook.the boat and proceeded to j without servants .. .S

t ,perdence 1ccuul .neu' to ,)o. cllJDtylD.aalmal /'Tbe'fabermao thehead with,knocked the paddle the The RMrewood. : i.i.I1.I.I.I.1.1.Ir1.I.I.I.I.1.1.1.11.1.IN 1 INNN. m
titrnteLed That wag on SffUSfSNfi
tiab fora b. lit :r rEDbOS4W4.: : -
E1 Pahieuoavenuesa.o.ceasrablt tar.ahead"ot,1U and'the moTtmeat npal.ed.the boat Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Allenerd.! of I :.1.i.1.1.1.I.1 1.I.I.1.I.1.tl.1..i...Nf1ltY. _I.i .
.and tD1'IIltwap"btUdin1 In .
T1sa there was a fight In the ..water I (Germantown Pa., arrived at the Ridge- i
thalxtnnfcCrta.Kussfci
ooru rt jn D r ..;
bet
(. ag.troosseth M her s: bath ter start.''tnaa. gut a and-th*-fisherman defended himself so wood yesterday. j
eoov.ateoeeark: .Kfieo for we flu. At the. outset able ATTIIKKODAK i HOTPI D'ESPLANDi.I Yc
wen with the that he.was
aapet theta tf yoa arelnier.r we Imported not oal/oor locomotives paddle ... ,
to *>ok at and.carai; but to'; reach the shore. The wildcat 'fol! ,
!3. !I. mpOtly; Or1Hodern aLa the rallj.au whkli directed blows Schmidt's Hotel.Mr. ,e
lowed bat a few well |
thy were PLACE ":
rue and the- men to .rmithem : '- Daytona, Florida : SN
? 1I0"" .r r; -, oun. Stevens.,peter ttnlshed It T;here was a two dollarboontT and Mrs. J. B. Porter of Kansas .

Cooper. trail Tbotna'C Matthias.Bald{ lost on the all animal bis fishing, but as tackle the fisherman and- : Beach Street, S: City, Mo., were atribng the arrivals at : Now Open for Season 1908-9. : y.

-In ; t. doubtQ win and others,cb.jnj.cd ;Iill thJa and: Schmidts Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. S ,

aa4 aa.vs ttteott'coif r.tkro12y p In tbdr of various: :{field: laid the foundattona -- be bid bad his the clothing worst badly of .the torn bargain.be thinks.At j Two Door*North. of Jd Avenue j Porter drove through from Kansas City : L. M.. WAITE, Owner and Manager. :

;ta' tteatfy a r:1UwI'I.tem..hJda U t(: in an automobile making the trip. without .
new aad-in ahy'rate, he will never again nab for : Next Door to the :
;ewer IWWBWO**:nttraetireleraB day la atmnfon&' and compl tena j a'WUdeat. mishap although they encountered : Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Service Excellent. : f'

I t: iittwUk.** sad n >unexcelled grape fruu; crew com'd. ; dozen tar ahead of that of any other-half: a .',. :i Prince George Hotel, j many hardships. : Broad. Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms EnsuiUv Steam Heat. S ,t
for pt k e sad terms ad- countries la the-work*combinedLesIle's .
M JIMI O.MorrU,Trtwuw,RU-Loul*. -:- Weedy: Philadelphia Filer of 1737. : DAYTONA, FLORIDA. a Other arrivals were S. Y. Way of Or. : Every Modern Convenience.' Send for Booklet $
f. M, HHAKKSKK, A ent, JMy-! s Ira these days of fast trains we can ga lando and C. D. Landb: of DeLand. s
L hardly ,conceive how the newspaper ......................... .a I
Rummer Address ATLANTIC HOUSE. Narragantett Pier Rhode Iiland' S
Exp.ctacl 8om
a Cu.aiaa. announcement made March 10. 1737.that .
J .. 'i I : d A \V Mt 1adelvbLr .-hu.abliod..d. a 'fller woo14 begin flying on 3d II 1.1 I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.Iot.1.I.1.IOaI.I.NNt
;
'! .cut'O' DM"OND mat comforubi/ e LL April Journey
-:. his' otter dlnU cigar the'other I perform ******"*"*...***********d****'...'*"AA'AAA ..' .; ;,
", :Bt1 e _. ., rJ eren- New York and Philadelphia In one C. C. Hudson, of Jacksonville, arrivedat
i. :t. Jog when hU',,-wd wife ockcr the aid'
aroa* and took day" could hare created a great sen- the Despland Hotel Thursday, Fronting on Electric Lights
.. .U room for aeveral the from Halifax Modern
1tlowe parrot .the ruomfTuls.doua.: Improvements
.aUoJr even In PblUdelphla/PS! EIghty
. ;
on the same she On' Ttaurtday a party of Deapland I. *
I lure for role some'Tf ry pgraenn! pk-u up a Coupleof euv>> .iop miles fourteen boars does not seem iI y
V J$4 at prtewi.that hye not dlaS and approached the old 'man. all el to ns tech,breathless jipeed. bat when guests, composed of Mr. and Mr*. M ,K Rhtnidt'
I..aUlleafunl. + Stern and Mrs. It. L. Uainiar, of Atlanta
which 'occasioned that coushderibis I
gem
-- : we read In the same paper that In order I Hotdi!
4 surprUe. -' to accomplish this feat "John Butter went on a delightful trip to Port ;

5'ROOM' 'E.'l'ndlIe' "Manr.-aald! hew arlD the. world ,, with his waggon must needs setout Orange and New Smyrna the trip being i.

: did you .take 'that parrot 'cut ofths' from the sign of the Death of thePox made by automobile. Formerly' Schmidt' Villa. ; .,,; .

Lot In KINGSTON; room-torr -* j''J ",,- '.at daybreak and drive at topspeed' Messrs. Foote and Ludwig were Today a number! of the bouse guestsare
'"I 'wai.JrtrAId..1bat\\ ( \.mtght aM.' (tbe"horses being .changed! at excursion to the To- i {
on.n HENRY SCHMIDT & SON. Proprietors.DAYTONA
>r. Inquiry of_ "ttnelteredwater.redetnaj4.4he on'a fishing trip yesterday. ,
lm ab d'hample. \ ,
: each attige' ere the coach stops'rock-:: .' moka river, having chartered the Reese
S 1 B HMO KCAL CSTATC COnPANY,,ORs r "What do 108 .to"meet of Rubin Fltz-
lag) the ferry t For sale or rent modern 7-roora l it. Those the were Mr. M
.tlORMN s. : 1 '. o making trip : FLORIDA.Fine
s DAYTO4f wondering husband"I /.. <
,_ randolph which delivers passengers InNew 4
t. T,.McOLElXAN. Owner. mean."answered' wlfey,*handing furnished cottages: Ridgewood ave. and Mrs Ftank Demmler, Pittsburg; i
-. ,. hive York by night. J. G. Brown 113 S. Ridgewood ave. )Mr and Mrs. A. E. Hampton Brevard I Home Table Delightful
t.tbertha envelope> Tthat.I" jaM, JYe .understand. that _for those Reasonable Rated Sunnjr Rooma ,
:receired dressmaking aM mQUnerjUma."lPhuadelphUrTele4rapb N. C.; Mr. and'Mrs. Theo. Dunn, East I k
mjt
'LOTS ON RIDGEWODDr ; :! leisurely times" this was Indeed. "go- E. Mace who arrived recently N. J. Mrs Bracey Curtis, NEL- .," Y KKK..K iXutrt .tttyttFN......," '"
Orange ;
.. leg: some. This,' at 'least was the from New Ybtk.'has located at TheRosedale

>* .or sotto.Itiu t aitd i.Atoet a, lele opinion .of a traveler who performed {foolhPalmeuoav.enuc.; tucket. .. ...-........................-.................-S
on
L tba ,1a 1Mytoew T.Are Tk Oivli g.R.1L i this Journey in 1737 for he writes --- 4tt

most < >lrabl 'vacanrtoti .felt -. The Celebrated;'philosopher J ArUtotleSpeaks home, "And If any one wishes to travel $AUCTION: SALE-Household eflects. '
ood avlrnue. A Bn location.for a bell The 'Qator Moving: Picture Show. THE
of was put RIDGEWOODlE.
a diving which i moreQuickly: let him go to Kentucky furniture bedding carpeting etc.Sale'2:00 {J
Per prtc *,adrln as the bead of.the direr but there' t
over and charter, A streak'of lightning. The 'Gator moving picture show is
H. BnoWN.OentmJ_ Jake, N1ehlAaarr is' no proof of the na of 'the bell to p. m., sharp, Saturday. ,

ancient tlmea. John Jaeanlec: wbo The'Dazzling -Searchlight Dec. 10, at Garland cottage, 311 supplyingsome very attractive pictures D. LANG WORTHY, Proprietor
from night to'night, as well as at the
South Beach
Und In tbe early part of the sixteenth would btreet.
S. On a dark, night no warship
E. HALL c ntufT. maker the. .earlkat'mention: be safe from'torpedo attack);; bat for Rev 1r of matinees Wednesday' and Saturday I! THE house is charmingly situated on Ridgewood Avenue, the high
G. Lowell Virginia
Fchlttct Ltd J : B1IIIdef of the practical of the diving bell the; i searchlight The full moon lights will : the Christian Church, afternoons. e eat and most healthful point in the town, of Daytona. It is '
preach at The at the
In probabUttj first seating arrangements
J' In Europe. all the a torpedo boat so that It can be
'up '
-"ftGffice; Jog Palmetto Avenue real practical DM of thf dlrln bell fired at when nearly a mile away. To Sunday morning and evening. Mr 'Gator are both comfortable and w11plaeeifor very tastefully and comfortably furnished and is \modern in

was'In the attempt at' rescuing the produce the same. Illumination with Lowell is visiting Daytona with a obtaining a food; view of the I very respect. The vegetables are from the Ridgewood garden

$.t, DayioOi!. rjprfda.ind treasures of tbe Spanish' armada off the most powerful artificial light an view locating. picture Mr. Hobbs has one of the and native fruits, which grow in abundance, are a feature of 5
,. I
the English coaet..1584.nd: < on.Everything etoctrfeare of 100.000 candle
power best operators to be obtained and proposes *
the table.
,'.. -- -: JFoB RENT-Lar e house 14
.. placed three-quarters of a mile high to maintain the show on the same I
T of mirrors rooms situated at Silver React near NOW OPEN
would be needed It the aid
.. ........ high plane in future as in the past gh-,
..... ..... were not available. But with thin automobile club house; bath, hot] I.
the the best selection of films : :
t light and an Ingenious arrangement and cold, 1 and and soft water;' fur- ing people I ...__..... .

TheSPider'i 1 | ] of mirrors. It Is possible to surpass made the nished. Garage and servant's qu ir possible.The continued. large patronage and ........... ....................!................
r moon. Searchlights are now ter's. Rental, $[)OO for season. Inquire Ii I.
which throw light a distance of slxty- highly commendatory remarks made by
of T. E.
Fitzgerald, or any
Photographic: flues miles, but objects can be seen tf visitors to the 'Gator are proof of the i | The Prince |
agent. George
: .only a few miles from the source of appreciation of the public in Mr. Hoob's: ; :
: r s
V% 'S r\\\mrn\ : SPECIAL PRICES, ON i the .light* The effect on the enemy U The children) of the kindergarten efforts to give them their money's worthat I

!I s.'YbOae. : Portraits for Holiday most ,demoralizing. When the bright taught by Mrs. IIayne: held a every performance. i iI : Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors,
cal H. B acn Bt.NltW I beam Is suddenly thrown on the eye
II Christmas tree and celebration atone I
'I the pupil contracts violently; when the
Season.Developing ., .: beam is removed the eye can see noth o'clock this afternoon. Besides A Pretcrv Owner's Sick TroutA i I' l DAYTONA, FLORIDA.t,.

i for the IDeIt this be repeated a few timesIt giving; presents to their parent man whose experience as a sportman Z NOW OPEN l
aa4 Prlotbif
S : LINK OPBrusbcs Amateur,a.SpecMtr.Andefsw Y takes all'the nerve out of a man. so hey; had made themselves, the chil had IN-OU> limited to an occasional I

Ott ' / Combs, Hair I : i that only the best trained and mostC'OQI'&pouI dren had filled a tub with( clothes, day's ashing In the mountains boughtfor I : REFURNISHED AND RENOVATED I
t -i continue the attack.- donated their himself A place with a fine trout I : THROUGHOUT
j' &: Clark. can toys and dolls by parents :
p hes.C1 (:Cc.1NtNtiiWti .. iI London Answers. preserve[ on Long Island. He looked ..
r .. { to be given to the Children'sHnme ;
.. forward with Interest to the last Steam Heat in Every R.oom
of I Peck Bloc,,bppl 8o M>nridje.NaifNNN A great : i
at Jacksonville. delightful -
...N N / ::1 opening day as that would be his first
.: .I It.. t ..t.... Not That Color. time enjoyed by the children. .
.'.. .. gillie-lost his pet dog and was much : wan opportunity to fish In his own pond. I : SAME MANAGEMENT AS "TIlE BRISTOL ASBURY PARK, N. J.
and when. the day at last arrived the .
.... i.t.t".' '.'.'.'" distressed.. lie spent his time searching Orange and Slyer Qatttr Orape Fruit first streakof daylight found him leaving j :......................................... ........
+* for It and 'BO often did he run from""thon'Ola rov"urTiiltlviit stwl l nml fer.Illzrd -

J 'SA-LEI 'Into; the house crying, "Come quick; every dray In the y_r,same ai a flower his house,- rod In band. -NNN .N 4 N NN .....
ORtoND-FOR ,there's Pido; I saw him!" the family garden therefore the fruit I* seldom A day or two later a sportsman friendInquired : "
alai excelled. We rater only to what luck he had had. l
somewhat equaled never ns i
. grew dubious. THE BENNETT
I Ii One day Willie rushed in more excited to local tn, i.*,aid make a ojx-cljilty of Tour- "I'VauKht plenty of fish, and big I
HOM-fi fits 8oxesaldourlunranl.wgot's with every "
A GENTLEMAN'S than usual. "Mamma, mam- llOX. ones, ton responded the owner of the I S :Hi! North Rlilgewood Avenue

to i into Hot and mar he cried. "I've seen Fldo! I've Orange*-Bright!),per Itos.... .....ti oilHelccteU preserve. "There are plenty of troutIn I Modem and First-class in every articular. Pri- : ,
furnished complete ready- move : the onl but they all seem to be i NOW OPEN
4 ,kren rims seen Nor Fancy, per Box ., ... ... .. ;275lelerted | rate Bath Rooms Entire White Service. North- *
r .* cold water-rain-and tank. Ample grounds.. "Ohno;. I guess not" replied the / OraiiKes sad (riruM'frult ....a(U sick." 2 era Cooking. Special Dinner served Xmas Day J [
Let me show you through. patient mother. "It must have been Shyer Cluster Grapefruit lit Fancy. S 9Ixx > -wi.,. what's the matter with i Cottagers may engage tables now. .
.. >sel>raiigeiilie.t qunlltr-p Im. 1 J5' them?" asked the sportsman i t .. -
S THORNTON S. your Willie imagination.looked at her much aggrieved. Orders left at RoweV..;ewelry.Mton-, nt "\\VJI.! answered the preserve owner .N..N..N...N.NN.......N..N....N..

MACON. "Well." he.said'Indignantly "I guess nrdlner'n renUIenee, opposite entrance to "to tell the truth, we were afraid I ...*....*..+.....++..+....+.N...N.........++....+..
t:. Livingston, Mgr. or UN V'oUMla "
:;.. 'magiaatlon Isn't white behind. grovcJ to eat them. Their flesh Is pink and I :
ESTATE my a111'1111...* promptly MIv.rvtl. brook trout that color be- ,.
REAL never saw a 1-
i rs Delineator. J. W.BMIELIM, Prop. fore." THE STILLMAN :
\ ,
ORMOND and. ORMOND BEACHNNN Too Suggeetlve..Wlmbleton *All copy for change of adver- "I)ou't you know man." exclaimedthe 'that : DAYTONA FLORIDA D. R. STILLMAN Proprietor. $ ,
sportsman with a laugh any
.: .0/N....ONNN.. -Hello. Slmpelton! How tisements In the Daily News must Facing The Halifax. Half Block Iron!::Store and P.*t*< u. :
....,...........o-. 6J did yon enjoy your visit to the Insane trout will turn pink If U lives In salt : Modentlmpro"emenU. White Help. Northern Chef. . :.
n_ l be sent in not later J than 3OQ water? Your pond empties Into the-
iF' the other day? Slmpelton
? asylum
sound and of course the trout run In : : Terms_ $2.00 and upward.Veekly.- Rates on application. :
Oh so-eo. It was all right enough I o'clock the day preceeding which "
RWUT. .1 and out The next time you have any TABLE BOAR.D-- .
; .
'IQ r.\ArT YOU THINK guess. Wlmbleton-Well. you don't the ad. is to appear. .
talk as- though you were Impressed of that sort of sick trout just send ..................4..... 4........................... ,
them !In to me, and I'll eat them for
with It. DM you give the superintendent Spide Cure
Of Buying or Renting! in the way of Real Estate, I my note of Introduction In China spiders are highly esteemed you with, pleasure.New York Times N.......9+999999999 I 199999999999999999999999I

: mpelton-Yee.1 I gave it to him. Wlm- !a tbe treatment of croup. You get

|E IT A CABIN, OR A MANSION 'I,!, bletoa-Well, what did he say T Slm- from an old wall the wets of sevenblack '. The miniature A Tiny republic State.of San Marino ... I TMs!! HOTEL PERKINS Ii ||I THE WELLINGTON 1 t HOTEL |
be looked at and aL
me
: pe1too-Ob. Just spiders-two of which must bare Opened June" I, iww I'
talk Truck j ;I! said "Make yourself at bome.-Llp- the owners sitting In the middle:-and Is a mere dot on the map of"Europe i FIFTH and WASHINGTON' HTS. I Cur YV.b .h Ara J.ekw Itewl. 9
to
Will be to your advantage being the smallest state In the CHICAGO t
: i
plncott's. pound them up In a mortar with n little PORTLAND OREGON
Land ia one of our ; world ftSn1t1? as the oldest 'independ
i i
S 11 11r : powdered alum. The resulting; (The Rose City r*
.ixYtod s ent republic. Its area Is thirty'ejjbt I . I
Wedding Present Problem. mixture must then be set on fire, and ''A! Jer Luxury at Moderate Rite
I ( S. What people ought to do when they tbe ashes when squirted Into thethroat square miles only little less than : .yV P R't"t Tx3
NORMAN twice that of the Island of Manhattan.It $(- i
Invitations to wedding Is .
send out a of the I patient by menus of a
It 8. V. P. the lettersP. lies entirely In Italy but Is wholly i iI
te add after the bamboo tube are said to effect a certain ..
I stand for "Please send ndcpcudent Its situation Is on the I ,
} Building 8. I*. which and immediate cure. ,
p Estate ; side of the Etruscan
tuber Real list" The would be donor would then mack spiders are exiJentlv full of easterly Apgn- rI
I II
nines and about twelve miles from
4
.N......NNi .... : send a selection of. say four articles medicinal virtue for they are largely 44m .llkmOtI..J.od
. ..NN......NNN N..NN N I from 1 shilling to 1.000 In value and en-ployed In the treatment of ague as HmluL on the Adriatic sea. The frontier Swi
: I would out what she If 'la afflicted Is only twenty-four miles In length. I ,
the bride pick welL In Somersetshire, one I II
I I wtabed-Londoo World. with the unpleasant ailment and the population would make only a

} t the way to get well Is to shut up a small city ward numbering less than I I n
.j RI Iiwestinen'tiL; eoaaartManner... large black spider In box and leave L2.000.( There b no |HiblIc debt, and :

: JL well dressed crowd Is always the It there till It dies. At the momentof the annual expenses, met by taxation I I'I k

.
I' amount to SCO.UX; ) The country has
should
disease tbe
QFlf.:behaved trowd. If. any one Its gigue dlxapear. I 5'4''h.d
5 bronze and silver coined by h
doubts' this' truism let him ask anyltLondotj > In Sussex: the treatmentU more currency _-
house, wit steam heat, electric j policeman. who has bad to wrote; the patient must' swallow the Italy :WOO lire of the lattei;and 105.- .' -
famished
.. !* will sell'you a IXw t the former. The principal l exports at a rout of
'f location, for 11,: 'nW1Iba. crowd of fashionable spider.Perhaps.. 'I i
good ; $150,000
in way; are wine. curate! and stone. The
1 k three bath rooms,; modem every i'\4JM.-'So m Guardian. after all this remedy may In the heart of the Iiuklne. and i'
'
4 L sothat it will payjou 7 per : not be ao disag aeable as It appears Military force of the republic nnmbel'llOmcefS shopping llsirtct.I Room: with bath Hot and Cold RMMtaf "Water"d Leec
and it for for fiva.yea>'ta.: . | .. .... _
,0, rent :you Cured Him. for a German lady who was In th? & aud &0 men. !: tulle and tlngl lineal and I IIn DUtaac 'Pee.cs M R.
Gong distance pbon..lo"t'ry room. 9U Rooms 100 with Bath
}
.< above taxes insurance and..repairsI ... Mrs. Nsggs-My husband oud to I I habit of picking out spiders from their -His Experience."--- I Sample Kooms Cafe Crlll Music f Hlnxleort-nHulU' !)

f, f. !' find fault, with the coffee, but be I webs. as she walked through the woods Spector-Tour new house doesn't Caters Trade. to European Tourist Plan.and Commercial Rate. SLIM I Dneof Rater the<
doesn't any more. Mrs. nowells ,,! and eating them after first deprltlns loot much like.the archlttct's original ....r da, and up. Corre.pundene>e H<>1> tiM countrv. Our f._. IndlaaCafe.

ESTATE : tfW.dM'yoQ break him-of the.habit! them of their legs declared that they design. Vlctome: -\o. but It looks lei PCKKINS ted-Book HOTEL 1..1. CO.. Proprietor Noted for fvrvb and Caldo

I': REAL !:.il ,.Mrs. Naggs-I: Induced him to'make It were very T4ftulon nice Chronicle.Indeed and tasted like more.like It than the J coat looks like i I W.Nwart aD, Manager McClintock & Bayfield, ...... rr.

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