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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: January 19, 1911
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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: VID00194
Source Institution: University of Florida
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I Ir.: _1 WALLA CE' S W. H. WRIGHT :: :: DIBOHlViOVSBOSnTUudSiraUl\ \ RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies Stationery and Havana Smokers

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II Hanging I lint( II'', .I I rhrmi.'liout: withnil II 1I1. Oit'n Tr 'at You Rt lit. GEO. H. CLARK I bacco used I
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II IIMe style Postcards and Daytona Decorating 1 NUlpiMtl. | tN. nitinu. rimmnn:scroii.1 Waterman Fountain Pens, NewsPapers Vet t Cave, ManufacturerDaytona
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resh :. 1 Ii i ADMnS i SWINDLING i is GAME VOTE SELLING IS ALLEGED RETIRING t STATE TREASURES AGED WIFE MOURNS LOSS

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& Son1: s : ffflRKED{[ AT GAINESVILLE.{ [ IN THE CITY OF DANVILLE.I IS FACING t SERIOUS CHARGE. OF LARGE ROLL Of BILLS. /

"If You Don't Trade With Us We Both Lose Money."
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!........*. yr I'g MAN WHOSE REAL NAME IS CLAIMED FULLY 3,000 PERSONS _. BICKFORD NOW UNDER ARREST, CLAIMED HE WANTED TO BUY
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I\1 1f f FUELL TAKES ALL THE. WILL BE CAUGHT IN NET CHARGED WITH MISUSE OF I SHOE STORE WITH WIFE'S


FFNER l' t BLAME AND TRIES TO CLEAR THROWN OVER THE COUNTYOF BLACKUANDI! MRS. SCHENCK MORE THAN $100,000 OF THE I SAVINGS BUT TOOK LONG TRIP'


|te and I ULMER, HIS COMPANION. VERMILLION. I STATE FUNDS. INSTEAD.


[t' .. J. W. Futch, alias W. W. Long, DANVILLE. 111., Jan. :-That fully BOMB KilLS ON VERGE OF I HISMAUK.: North Dakota Jan. 19IWith I 1 T.UIP.Jan.. 19-Muled by the

nee :1 alias J. W. Fuell arrested here l last :S.OoO; / persons will[ be emeshed! in I ; Luther Bickford. retiring | wiles of W. F. Pounds a young titan
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,Saturday by Marshal Gore and W. the vote selling net now covering ,state! tH-usurer, under arrest accused" claiming: to come from Brooklyn N

;' B. Fitzgerald, a detective, on a \'ermillion county, is asserted! today, .I of ulie misuse of more! than $100,000') I i;, Y., Mrs. I.ula F. Stuart a gray-haare +jl
9 INJURED.i A COLLAPSE.STRAIN l
Street'A charge of swindling the First National by Judge Kimbroush, whose char ; of ;:he state funds official circles of widow, who id a I large property ow

Bank of Gainesville out off to the grand jury has stirred up t.he I i I the state were startled today by r- j ner la mourning the loss o7 a eon t,

about $225: =-, has -made a written confession scaiidal.Wxnesses. --- ports from an investigation which !''ftUlerable sum of money tbexaot

I to the detective according : examined: CHICAGO BUILDING; WRECKED r I I 1 I
being
are today Of TRIAL TELLS
; may reveal sensational: methods of 'I amount of which cannot be ascer\
t to'a letter received from )lr. Fitzgerald and the excitement: over the intent -
handling the state funds._ involvinga tained.
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by XlartJial Gore. I i at km is; growing. The exposure 1 1 I
I The letter says the bheriff at 1 -? already made are said to WHEN THE BOMB I EXPLODES WOMAN t} IS SERIOUSLY Y ILL. number! of others. I Pounds is said to have struck

Gainesville believes Futch is good for eclipse! the frauds at't;> t t'nion. Two warrants have been Issued Tampa a short gate; ago. and during

L at least five In his conferfession ..Ia :n"t U.ckford.fLETCHER: .
:years. Ohio.
his stay here affiliated with the racing -
i AIMED AT BUTCHER SHOP, PRO NOW UNDER .THE CARE OF
IR EYES Futch takes all the l blame
i I fraternity to a considerable de-
.F and says his companion, Ulmer who PRIETOR OF WHICH HAS RE. NURSES AND KEEPS CALLING I II
Is eye trouble. F gree. lie secured employment in a
r was arrested here at the same time,
omobile wear t Is innocent and that he had nothingto ARMED MAN CEIVED LETTERS DEMANDING FOR DANIEL PHILLIPS, WHO local shoe store where: he workedfor -
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protect do with the swindling game.Futch MONEY. HAS DISAPPEARED. I about three weeks. Finally he
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claims he drew the (bogii*
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met Mrs. Stuart and being a smooth
|from the shellI r check himself and then went to i RUNS AMUCK CHICAGO.; Jan. 1!*-Nae: persons WHEELING.: : W.'a.., Jan. 19! I CRITICISES article, succeeded in getting 'Iherto
I line of I I '
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and mailed lit back to '
(Thomasville
; were injured two probably fatally, I .Mrs. Laura Schetxk is seriously illtoday I marry him.Following.
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Gainesville. Evideoce is said to be I the marriage, it i is said, t
I by a blackhand bomb which wreckedthe : and att ri.ya interested fear

[. Clarkist "'r. In possession of the Gainesville authorities -I i : front of a two story trick build-! I'she will collapse completely! before i BALLINGER.I I Pounds prevailed on his bride, wht S
however, that Futch did I I. I i ':
INSUB\YAY.\ has a Mill nearly as old as himself., ill
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.not leave Gainesville, but remained mitt at S4:! Gault Court thus morning. I the trial is ended. to give him a considerable sum of S,

-there with his wife. \\"bile'utch I : The bomb was aimed at a butcu-r I The woman has been placed in the I money: with which he states he intended

t>f the EYE. has been trying to prove Ulmer in. I shop! on the first floor it i is believed I I care of nurses who say she called i to purchase: one of the largest l { ,

i .nocent the latter has also made a. CRAZY NEGRO USES WE f ; : as the proprietor of the I I repeatedly for Daniel 1 Phillips in her CALLS i THE RESOLUTION I II Ii Ir I shoe stores; in the city and operate 1'41 i iit.
admits delirium during last night. Phillips
:written statement in which he : .. Pounds; actually approached the
I ,' I, butcher shop, John Harsalea bans I U said to have completely disappeared. : r a
j, hating been in ThomasvilleJanuary i I I WHICH SCORES SECRETARY.FLORIDA proprietor of the store on the prop n a? ;
1. 2, 3 andt and efforts fATALLY STABS ONE I GIRL. nveued a number of blackhand: letters i osition but fatted to make a bar- t 11

EDate /will be made to prove by lite writing demanding: the payment of $:.00. The state rested its case today. It I gain. '

that he drew the cheek and mailed is said the defense will; have more REPRESENTATIVE IN Sir.H-e that time I'c.ullds. it is: al- I
i.JUMPS FROM SEAT IN TRAIN DECLARING -
.it at Thomas\ille. I I STOCKS LITTLE LOWER than JDO l witness s, !le Ked' has disappeared and no one l G
UPPER HOUSE SAYS BALI 1 tf
}f While Detective Fitzgerald wan in : I
HE WILL KILL WHITE OPENING. :in Tampi knows h s whereabouts.
RALLY AFTER
\i Gainesville he received a letter from AGREEMENT ON TARIFFIS I I LINGER IS NOT FAITHFUL PUBLIC -

,.- T. A. Futch, of Thomasiille, which FOLKS AND STARTS BLOODY NEW YORK.: Jan. I IS Stocks. were
MADE WITH CANADA I FIRES IN NEW YORK
: .&3.ld the man claiming to be J.V.. DEED. active and! fractionally: lower at the !I OFFICIAL. TWO ;

I Jt" Putfch: is J. W. Fuell and proof of I WASHINGTON; Jan. !1-\: ten- I II
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(opening today but rallied later WASHINGTON. Jan. )19 Senato 4I
j' identification could be found in a NEW YORK Jan. l:.-An armed |I tati\e agreement for tariff! recipro- PEOPLE DRIVEN INTO COLD. '
Many stock.- 1"" ( orded early losses Fletcher of Florida today: called up I ,
scar on his back made by an operation negro ran amuck on an express: tract I cation between the United States 1 r
Selling was genially bearish in the senate the resolution: which I
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tc t by surgeons to remove a in the subway tcda,'. "Come on, you land Canada hIS: ben' reached, the de.tails 1' i ir
: declares<< in effect, that .Secretary l,1
bullet. It'utclhHiS examined in the white folks. I'll Kill you all," he ----- -- j being: : closely: guarded.: FIREI, EN ARE COMPELLED TO
of the interior department
Dallinper
Jail at Gainesville and the scar found yelled after suddenly jumping from DEADLOCK IS UNBROKENON I I!
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1 ... not a faithful public official. 1 FIGHT FLAMES IN ZERO, i
-on his back as described.Evidence his seat and flourishing a knife. NEW YORK SENATOR. WHEAT-: ON DECLINE; I
f- | st'nator't'lf"tcht"r: devoted:! son.e i i
:ry has been secured that iStart.ii: through the train he fatally I 1
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AI.HANY. X. Y, .'Jan. 1!--The senatorial ; PROVISIONS HIGHER time to defending the,resolution, and WEATHER AS TWO BUILDINGS I' ,
.Futcih and liner forged a check at stabbed Ms! Mary McCauley. I
asting deadlock was unbroken today. scoring the swr'-tary ni the interior. !
t Valdosta; Ga., about a year ago, but a stenographer and Daniel iUGow- I I ('III'AGO..Jan.( 1!',-Wheat' opened ARE DESTROYED. ,
j The votgave: Sheehan SU. Depewj Senator Money of Mississippi I !\ today
Were never prosecuted for it. a restaurant man. i i easier today at a quarter de-
a..1. j M. tfhepard. ( II.: I'irker 7. The ofheis introduced iu' the senate a re.ol'iit'.on .->- I j NEW \"oHI.ran.. l 1/-: ,\ f've. story r rI
berries The woman whom Futch claimed WhtMi the train came to a stop at clm. May being quoted at 101. ' I1 .
{ 'building . ,
| wen M.it'i; : '01 1 Sb" 'h,in i- 11sllOI : providing for the fortiiat.on I b -w -n ..ift..utb and Srenteentli -
to be his wife, and who is believed the next station the crazy back had I Provitoii- t\ on.a shade limber; Hoes( .t i
'; nr'r11/ >. *L of I 'h.i t1 I )<>!.1.I LW of the ranajua canal and Rave .tree'.. on Kroadftay Wub P i iI.i
rks to be a sister! of Uliner, is still h-ere. been overpowered by the train and tattle\ \\ "ieteadv .I '
I __ ____u__ ____ aotii-e he will speak on the resolution .ri*.e: guards and officers rescued him (
etables : rein later.In j ajd.l1l $:t4.I.tUtJ. I

The Citizen Waiter Softening Committee HIM frenzied mob barely in time T togave BANKING t BY IS A the house there was a npir.ted [ //An apartment house between Fif- '
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; is in possession of half a MAILR' debate over the fortification ofjjle I ;tenth alld.utt"t'lith streets on t i. JJ ; '

dozen bids for the construction! of a -- '. Kt-if./. awn by ,
i canal t between Ilepr sentaiti\ / :1izab..tb street zs gutted ,

; water. softening plant at the city GOOD SHOW [FOR TONIGHT \ ,IPLE l MATTER. er of Ohio and Repre>eiitaL r Ae Hot lei) fire tlu.4 mom<< ing wth a .kiss: of 4'e

I. watie'ra orke. These with i f I IuWp. ..... I h
fAIGECO. bids one ou Tit PIH'u.an a+ Moir.. send your i p I
exception, are from firms and iadividuals k Mr. Keifer dt:I'hrt"1 th. a<<-Loft; ;lug at >!-ro rh.- pnopi.> were driven r !t r1

in this city or vicinity.Mrs. PROMISED BY PICKERTS.kl !name and address wit'i'! your first de-' would violate all treaty obli! atj.m", out of the biiniiiiK building: into the i'', ; ;,,

I l.osit.: The money may be sent byre but Hoftson( wade an :ilUlf a:;Mone -
I, Mgr ) 1, O. II. Mean, who remained: ADVANCE SALE OF TICKETS FOR ixtered mail pn.toffiqUJont'Y order l plea for fortiii.atj jOUf i, detaining: that I J I wad it difficult tor th- -t fir.I1..*n tba'tle : r; I

!In this city! after the departure of express: money order or draft. if the canal in left unprotected it I : 1 with I I th-t fame : ,/

her husband about two weeks aio.; : THE "BOSS OF Z RANCH" will: place the American<< coasts at
AR.W.The or send by check on your local bank. ANDCtJRK-- .
r. left Wednesday afternoon on her retUrn j } the mercy of any foreign power with BAILEY I'

to her home In Atlanta. Ga. CLAIMED TO BE THE LARGESTt As soon as this first depos.t: is r?- : which the -\ru..ri'al1.. tti'nit! ir l at AGREE ON TARIFF, $ .: r

TilING ilre. :Means, who was a guest: : of t THE WEEK. ; cei\ed the 'bank will n nI l you a war. j
7rhe Wilhner, had travelled extensively I t( : WA IIIXGTO Jan 1 1i: SenattK; 1 ; r I II
I requirements of( this store -- -
are quality pass book in which will be written 1 ( '
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Bailey i issued! a tat-aieut< today:! de*- f 1 ,
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In this state, yet she was 1! If lute: advance sale of tickets can purity and freshness. We cater to those i SITOATIfliAT
fairly your name and the amount of your iTHE TAMPA : flying that there is any radical dif- r
and be taken
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enraptured with Daytona as an indication the largest II who insist on a high standard of lirinj. The I '
ca1'J! there Is nothing to compare I crowd of the week will greet the best fed are the healthiest and happies'- ;i deposit. It will also send your signature I II | terencji between himself and Champ
ill l Ls' i 1 t (':Iai'k. who is to be speaker of th*
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with It I
elsewhere
in Florida, so far Four Pickerts at their perforniaiK notably so when the element of extra expense:: and identification card which CONSIDERED I BY fEDfRA TlON.I 1
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>s she has : h'ju->", on tariff revision I II
Inordt'rand seen. this evening, when the W'iU
company is entirely eliminated. This important feature ;you will sign fill out and return. I
1 present the "Bo >-s of Z Ranch." I ----- ---=======
[ get thtf has always been a cardinal principle with a i i Your pass book must accompany all
I This is one of the best pKxya I in I STATE BODY MAY CRITICISE THE
live Letter for
customers less
j lOur money I !
pieta the I deposits and withdrawals! You can CHURCH Dru u: 1
three repertoire of the PickerU and I e:
than 'these who hay elsewhere.
GOVERNOR AND APPEAL TO
the advance sale of seats M the largest withdraw money by mail Just a.sI I I Sf moNE IrJ. j ,
follows toI
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; of the week. The company ha* I easily as though you visited the DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCEAND I Dayton, Florid '' ''I'lldhrit
bank. Your signature to a blank .
been
drawing large and appreciati'efl.udil'nl"ei CONRAD GROCERY
[ $17-75 I
at every night durin? the I withdrawal receipt, which we wiH LABOR. rood /j, *h_ IbtuI / .' j pI

16.25 We have no boys or unreiis- week and the indications are the I laend to you to fill out LJ all the I
ST. AUGUSTINE.. 1:'-Tampa The Prescription Depart- I 1'
Bred men in our Prescription Department house will be crowded tonight.) i:, identification necessary. Weqoill I I i
and the recent cigarmakT's strike in Itt
14.25 When you place this kind The play bit night was "Beyond: !I COMPANYI i 1' end you our check for the amount that city is the principal topic of meet, is the pride of every vi

13.50 Pardon" and wag presented in a I you withdraw, or, if you prefer, we first-class Drug Store.
*i work
in
our hands you nay restassured I interest thus tar before the comen-
pleading manner, with good special will end you th rash by expressor
11.00 that your wants will be I 8f. registered mail I tion of the State: Federation of Labor Absolutely pure drugs, t I ; o

Beaded ties.The It is probable. that resolutions:: compounded by expert Pharmacists t '
to by nothing but regis Pickerta will remain here
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7.00 will b+- adopted before the close of I
sat ered pharmacists. until Sunday giving shows three Daf the (convention criticising Governor
i Ask more \eninga and Saturday matinee No. 1141 instructions to the 1 Ii
Men s Suits your doctor, he knows. i ilchrst: and the officials of Tamju I 1 I, ,I

B. P 0. E. : It u ao! probable that an appeal letter, is bound to gain the I I, ''.1

.-1 tiANKI NS. The Druggist, *.Mrs. G. Anderson will be interested I I : Meets Every Tnesdry will be. made to the Department of : confidence of both Physician I I

to know there are two tickets Evening. VlsitM I Commerce and Labor Washington
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PLACE I Bench "of Voluw patient.
( : :Itke County Ba.kl
: to the Crystal Theater for tomor Members Invited. ) to investigate conditions! in the cigar I
Where Volusia Meets Beach. v T. E, Fitzgerald C. R. A. D. McBRIDE. President Free delivery to all parts t tin' 1
CO. row night awaiting her at the Daily: ',-\ :tp"n[ : ths: dr: -< t.1 i !hi.l al'!

Telephone ft News office s;; Geo. F. Conch See J. B. CONRAD F ,N.Vice CONRAD.President Cashier ..I to! '. ',....:. ,k-u i of the cityTS I ; ,t

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I1 r GEO. WRAY ,F- DELANDTHE ATHENS OF FLORIDA 1) .

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\ PIANOS and the county seat of a
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PLAYER PIANOS .VOLUSIA __ Volusia County, : STETSON

Concert Tuner is situated 23 miles southwest of

QAY PIANOS FOR KENT 1 1PIIoae COUNTY Daytoua and is reached from the lat. II ilYEKSlTr "I

ter city by an excellent hard-surface
INLAND
BANK FLA.Ttchnlca 0
/ / road recently constructed.At I Four college 1I and I 3

\ _ _ DELAND, FLA. DeLand is located the John EiuIpnuentec.l Mchoots,..

I 7J1 W)1EflKD4TILT: Stetson University, one of the B.1 lag -Hrly 14(() j.
1 :; -- .. ; Capital $100,000Surplus Endowment t *>)sua.
-c Faculty
' <. ing educational institutions of of ft ProT Sheriff E.
n for Woman's Art $50,000.D.MCBR1DE f'-ssors'! and In. .

ICE CREAM ,::2- T1 ::- Exchan eMILLS' South.matters educational Because of DeLand the interest is knownas in I struetors.but l'Ion-fo4t.ctar1lUl' "hristlan, ,, city from

.:;.::: : The KIXKMT ,In tli. A. Teaching Ing over m
bi ujr quantify. :: : __:: 'tiit.-? Ask Mrs. :M.J. Pr 'sl ;. -__ *- Holim-s' lit '15 Volu Itddr.ssLincoln! : f,
; ::_-ic <*ia A\e... next: lo rrtsldentB. Stetson University has a faculty of I Huller,, '. by tram

European d4 -f. '. m Tho> (;8111. ... A.11'Vicc-WOOD, 50 professors and instructors. There !iL I. Lltsb D. . ,

Restaurant t .,. I Cashier I arc over $400,000 in buildings and PresidentJ.I. "Public stltranslator

I ) equipment; nearly $300,000 endow- T|

J .98.....!................ By L. C. DEMARZE. r -- -.., Tact must be apparent to the most ment; a Carnegie Library alone representing
0 uperf: ial observer. With such lavifrh DREKA'SDEPARTMENT T. PERKINS '
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IT PAYS TO TRADE AT .I. One of Daytona's crowning glories an investment in building,
: is her incomparable' beaCh' No BUSINESS ANDPROFESSIONAL wealth of natural/ beauty it became endowment and books, of more than Mrs. Tho

j Peck's Bargain House one who haj ever set foot upon its an easy thing foi the hand of STORE 120000. The library is the United and Mrs
'fr-nfti: to g}ve the finishing touches Attorney and
112 South Beach Street. Ua smooth racked sands; no one who States:; Government depository for the aunts of Mis!

New Stock of Shoes Just In ever pedaled a bicycle over its expanse ADVERTISEMENTS wfoich have Brought out the colors I EVERYTHING! State* of Florida, and contains over CounselloratLaw : 'Is visiting t!
: and outlines of
; no one who ever drove a the big picture. TO EAT,' 15,000 volumes. Science Hall one I Third avenue' !

aOB0B0B4B0B0B0n0B0B0BOB prancing pailof horses and listened ( ... .... Man did sill. this in the laying out 'TO WEAR "of the' newest of 16 buildings, with S ternoon to sjj I

to the popping of their steel shoes of the streets with therr wide marginsof TO USE represents an outlayof In the city
..8.BOB0B0B0fleB0B0B0B0B0B0LING i.....BOBOB.IOItI0Bta.Is The ....:. 1 its furnishings Will PractUe In '
parkagij. entire
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one city becomesa Elizabeth Hall is one of
I : WAH-CHINESE LAUNDRY : U Rending Itoom $60,000. $tat, and
who ever steered a high-power[ automobile great park, with driveways Interset 'Dr.J C
US "0. BKACH 8T. IJATTONA KLA.DrosBhlrts . : E.S.HALL. : :Elevator Hf rvlce. the most beautiful college buildings FederalCourts
12 Night Shirts 10. down the broad stretch of U tinge miles upon miles of driveways ,Rest RoomG.A.DREKA&CO. lathe South. Vohiau Ave
: White ShlrU 1(1( Woolen Shirts In vPtLAND
I Check Hhlrts K Undershirts H.. wave-washed and surf-packed sand I Architect and Builder : fcO: good as to attract motorists; : The city has a population of about

New Hhlrtsfiblrtscollaratt..13 Drawers 8 3 butt realized that it Js a world beater No2tiPaIm.-ttoAve.\ : from all over the continent.And .: settled Miss Ad el J
18 Hocks. pr pair HEL.\ND, FLA: 3,500 with a thickly country FLA.
., : OoJlari Ladles clothes or Cuffs at 24 corresponding Handkerchiefs price 3 a worM.\\ondl"l". Go stand upon I : DAYTONA. FLORIDA. as for the pavements, pavements adjacent. DeLand proper is five callst and p|

I V9B9B0B0B0B0B0B0B0B0B0B0B0GOB0B0B0BOB0B0E0B0B0B u this wi-1e speedway and see the hap- : U.................isisisisu S tin.i look and act like granite miles easfof. the St Johns River, on J. Cummins

py souls flit by in joyous mood, amianswtr where else between WRIGHTINSURANCE villeVedneJ
: the eastern land of the
j Volosia the high, rolling pine
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jI I .... whether this is not one of | ..BB.B.B.B.BB0B.BOB.B.B* and western. seas are so many miles} County great "Orange Ridge" of Florida. spend the
I. the seven modern wonders. U I in proDOrtion to inhabitants? The mings at ThlSvood
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i. : H. C. THOMPSON Agt. : i 11: W. C. CHOWNIKG M. D. : I AbstracLCo'tlUrt ; )The predominating products are avenu
,I The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River. ) pavemo'it question statds: with the oranges and grapefruit the estimated

LAMB ENGINES : General Medicine and : I street as one of the chief: drawing Fl.h, Pnldnt from this vicinity being over AGENCYDeLand
: : Where think you is water with morel i fury I>. [giiiIt". Hec- crop
HUPMOI3ILES cards.: Till Phone 2S
unheard of
Obstetrics some place
a'' : 1U I rt-tury and Treus.! 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
; picturesque ?
q De .nstr b'on Given at Any Time. : : surroundings Nearly OttU-f Hours: 1:: 'to3tO. 7tof-p.ni.I SS I reports more and better. Daytona lag and orMr '-.
mile wide. fringed with tropical vegetation Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. Ua Abstracts Furnish-- peaches, pears, Japan persimmons
: PHONK:! : throws down the gaurtlet: : to the ,, Florida
S.i II plums, pecans, guavas, strawberriesand
.C.90B0B0B0B0B0B0B0BB0B0 a artistic cottages with roomy .i.uoi...........uSisi.i world. ed and Titles L V]
verandas looking out her bosom I Perfected other fruits are grown in plenty.
upon nesday aftei
-- -- -- Squirrels Flowers, Birds and Fruit. I
gamey food fishes in countless numbers ...................isi.i.uU Wh '.tcV'T one's shortcoming and .and Insured, In the way of public improvementsare OLDESTLARGEST ada, 10 spt'brotJ1t |
: .0)9................... ... : S many miles of fine snell roads, an I
beckoning, as it were, to those
> LIther
ho\\e\er indifferent or even callous Mup, IMats and r.
S JACOB ESPEDAHL : with rod i nd reelher; bosom flecked 1 DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPhysician : Klu,'prints Huppltt-d' excellent high school electric lights, home
I S U one may be to many things: the mereQlent.G:1
Contractor and Builder with duck: and coot and: snowy- a system of waterworks that is owned and BEST Is tae
: and Surgeon j : rf "flowers and squirrels. (prop'whi'h
1 |iKL\XI': Fl.K./: I.I
Designer and Craftsman Ut and the
as' operated by city supplying
winged which
birds. sic about
sea
fruits" -ans !
.
b.rds;
8npt'rlntl.ndi< Construction of BuiuiIngs / / | and will send a thrill
: ">KFIt "VKH: : he"! \K I'L."E: : '
i S flanonncl U if tor the sport of bobbing the the purest water at little cost
Hpet-ltlcittioni ) upon 1 that is reflected in diseaded pupils I' poiiifv <)i) (11
.
1':14.11t: .i1.1
I on Hhorl Notice. waves watch that old SU BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that
: DAYTONA, FLOlUltA. : : ; lubberly i Lid pricked! ears. For Florida
'
white headed pelican pouch a fat. .....aciue.si.asioiiislsiuOISuSISISISISI.ISIIUSISflS : DeLand is a church-going commu- TnorhJ
... \ '
: B0B0B0B0B0B0B0B0B0B0B0B For eery'rstor: with a spare poo- FARMS\
mullet and that fish hawk stru line nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Methodists charuor. Carr
bt-r there Ls a bunny ready to come COMPANY
---- - upward with his floundering load he S U (Northern and Southern), Pres- GROVES \ "o (tie
I ....................I. ... and atx-ept your gift. He, will sit bolt Manufacturers ofLUl''iBER
r ; U suatchsd from the water. : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS IS 'i PJ 1 'ri.og1t.! and knaw into the meat byterians, Christians and Catholics, TIMBER or and t o (a.Vanin .

: OSCAR MICHAELSm : See the beautiful launches, spick SS besides colored Baptists and Methodists TRUCK / 'lu
Civil EngineersDAYTONA U catin, ,; furtive, saucy glances: at you LATH
:. CONTRACTOR : and"span, witfli! hampers and lockers 5 5I | meanwhile SHINGLESMOULDINGS are rcpres ntcd. LAND boa:ii *ei

_ bulging with! refreshments both solid FLA. : The graded school offers a ten bun:.. P>:, \
,: : Flo.v-ra. Usually fr< sh and blootn.ns : """lId l f..r linrgalnHh .
Filling and Grading : nd l liq l'Iil1' n-ady for( a cruise upcm tli S E'1,1"I-II.;, Ii ..;:-.. UU I tire years course, an'd the building which .'ft to, llOU--v >0Ki> \\
SIsiSI year 'round you are remit: A&"nt. :
: m Keavy Hauling a Specialty.BBOB0B0B0B0BOB0B0B0B0B0. : beautiful Mirface. Take out :your field; .......1..10..aM I I"d l of Goldsmith's coupler lu-re M.iiir1'aints it occupies is newly furnished for a IJtt.L..m
S : I'iirold K THE GOULD.i .
(
; ... S Id.s.,; and sweep the rivt-r from >- iiiini.! :; spring: its ea.iit'st'isit paid \Vl.lt.: .lintUViii.JllllH .ntKl throughout and is one of the most -n< '
__ I Itmt i Oraioiid bridge to I'oace Park isisisgoaIsIgsisgsissi* .; I l' n.-
-- -- - __ :.11d summer's lingerint blo.-soms ( "'(.rla I'i.y Hrh'k i \WHEN[ CO
lisjht; Louse. tutu say: whether tin-' S U lU'r.a t':'cd Uricu.Isrl.AVI schools in the Male. | rot.ui, (i'a

A, ,!) (!(!, Halifax isn't a tJiing of beauty and : E. L. STEWART 1S I, are delayed. : II. FLA.' The trip from Daytona: to DeLandis i. hArtb.ii 1onh
In on yard roses of varigated hires I hiNP. FLA
and -
Physician SurgeonS S.
M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. 1 a joy forever, and one of the modem .. I made automobile in a little j aaTtu >
by
i. . UU !
:
,p- i.l .it- ntu.li !h. til-( I .I t I(h. I':(>l1ol. natt ; another household! has
wO'ud' .';. hKm.: Tliionl JUKI! No- i 'tuin -.. 5 and there > 'Hi.
| .., :u ptiK-hant for the roinl'etta' and thepremnio.s over an hour arc many
: ; MILLINERY : ) U ..,. S LANDIS & FISH horsepi.-r |
The I" w. -T of P. o li'plion' "-'. aflame pretty drives in the vicinity; of the THE
Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge. ,, U rre ; another is bidden -
: Are Showing Fall Styles |' : rt'iiPs..ur' : "u. in. tco '' J' in. SISISISISI i in a jungle of tall (..ant''ariet Attorneys at Law I Il'r.etieing county site. A good road leads to GORDONGARAGE
i wood. . . . FOP i'I-
.1 *i fl B l > B B B In Hit five miles
No. 8 Beach St. '. I DeLeor. Springs, a historic
'"" Daytona Fla. :- the tplce of life and here is where Htate lane! -drrul I I corn.ud
( (!; Ilidgewocd avenue is upon the crest: I you find it. Courts : spot where 60,000 gallons of water ,
HpfCiftl facilities! for I Imnv.sttgatlng enues, 'i'l
of a broad ridge straight the 0B0B0B0B0B0B0B0B0B0B0I0B0DR. '
as croW I U The birds flit in. end wi'fii: their and I bubble from the earth every minute.
flies and the wide spreading branches J..rr..C'tI nil) tltl<-s I I' The pl> i i. 4 (II ljoe
: From DeLand automobiles south
i : F. H. HOUGHTON : joyous notes help to give fullnnssltd I ]'.'!.ANII. FI.A.STEmiSBLY. go
->} of 'he heavy-trunked live oaks extend U S to Osteen 18 miles, on shell and DeLandHeadquarters
: symmetry to the i-ture.
(5- I
I East Florida (i their g-'ant! arms across the mag- Dentist _\ for fruits, choice citrus fruits I Is marl roads; the St.Johns is crossed by
nit'iceiit vsta. forming an arch and { I for
i Otti- m ?.-.k nioi-k I S Banana -EMs; the pain-: to none for ferry near Osteen and cars can then

Telephone Company\; from these: extended arms great fes-, \9 I'llONK'fV KIM! Kouth lirtilgc UU quality and quantity per acre. There Isaac A. (itwartEgford continue to Sanford and Orlando by AutomobilesAGENTFOR
towns of Spanish moss the : S :: I'.ly
I sway as !j'0COB0B0B0B0B0B0B0B0BB0B0B0j ire scores of citrus grcves in prox- Mary I'.tiwartAttorneys hard road. There is a shell road
trade winds from the tropic: seas j I from DeLand to Orange City, five Maxwell Tour-
Connections at Daytona f -------- 'mity to the city branches bfnding at Law

fan them. Looking straight ahead j, .......................... to tire erth with their burdens of uitd. Notaries Public miles, and a good road from DeLand ing Cars and
I
for Long Distance Points f I :down,this White shell street hast I RunaboutsArthur
one ,J T. E. Fltrald 1F.: Out s :i j, lucots gcJden globes which for Prl-ANF. FLA. to Lake Helen a like distance.
the impression of with',
I I IH. a fairy path 2 FITZGERALD & OATES 1 1 l.t-auty, proflicacy and all desirable
H. C. THOMPSON.
Mften I
draperies, but as you move
.'Long and cast an eye first' to the j 2 Attorneys and Counsellors at LawS : qualities! would truly astonish' you. J.A.ERICKSON. 60,1 SANDSTONE{ BRICK CO. (;. lUmiln
'
@ @or (4I.4| Mal Fitrillln t4H KMIIIMIMIIUIIIK UU The Fastest Autos and The Finest Royal'.H.wllaHAMLIN
_ Tight! and then to the left you see i IVrttint i .iixl Tit...- 5 Out. :Manufacturers

_ distinguished cottage homes in the \: ntlif. nif'onrsui Hum!.ug. 'l-"on* I UN : & co.Lsirpo Light Granite, Buff, Red ant
The "f'\"t 1.111 world wolider. do ,vonh' ..

il most delightful Ih.-j glistening settings.See leaf. of the grand 0B0B0B0B0B0BCB0B0B0B0B0B0BDR. -- - .I Come whether from Alissour.I I Pianos-Organs t Stork and of I-.r-.' (':.irxi.Drab.I l\ In-iir.Brick.. Prompt Irii.I .- ;;

r :T. McCLELLANMill .,. ., . >:' fro'a Maine J from Kalamazoo oT : Sewing Machines ... &
p magnolia which: nature has varnished )! !'!\i ( I! !'!)!:'!' '!- .!'.!.'.!C: o.! I i" South of .. :.ts. \\ri- f- :i- !1.1.: ! t .lId I'ric.-s.
Iu-Vii\
I, .mbu. to, j,nd you will be "s-hown: l'iJ.NIi.ALLEN'S. 1-1.\. LAKK; JILI.KN.):: H.A.
as no iiti.s's brush ever could; and !: J. P. ESCH t HAMLIN
Work j Ii
where th.orld'
i ( -re ;s -> record t'o-:

ihecabbige palms with their burdens Physician and Surgeon ,Z I' .ped is broken, with every recurring, LAKE HELEN

Write or ask him about anything: 'jf .sho'y fruit and jjwayjng pulis; !, IIIIIMH.-I; l'ii\. !'Hill !II i ui-> Mintli. ofM ? |i ,.ei,.on. Autos, the bit-jri-st: !: tie! fastS Surrounded by several lakes Attorneysand
you want made of wood Everything see rh.! lovely belly! with lU exquisite ;- : K.: lunch. I'm' ,.. hour. I IV tin' p. t pretty JH
: !1J the finest are on daily -
S
.. p.iride and
the best. ; In : "Y; see the climbing vines !' III.. ': ; | in. 1'I.4It. '''''. I'XM'oX \ :N xt to I'0'tofl.o-; guarded by lofty pine trees is Counsellorsat
.!J ltKII: : : ::nd the big ehf w is .IS Iree a.- I Lake Helen, a winter resort of Law

I Worth Rid ewood Ave. Phone 123 I sun riot in the trees; see the cryp-- ........... ......."... !...i.i.... . !@!\ t\l\ .if inrf: artesian waier foa: : the Ij I Ij DRUGGISTSJEWELERS little importance. Camp Cassadaga no,
forms ,
(o.a dl1'U winch gain a foot-
j i:11'11.tl1d3: of flo"il1e!!!). It .*! a | a spiritualistic
. . i i)! i'o..i ''! ho'd: i>u tie great oaks: and C2atwly '!!.!t.!.!.!.. !.!) .!.!:.! !'!'!'!'!'! how camp-ground is Situ- II-lNIb.I FI.A.:
I' ontnidous! with a coi! >tantlEverythrag > ated
' I pa'Inis: and surely will PrLAXK FLA. near Lake Helen and at this
jou join in
I !: I -IttrIg: !! : ; H'eDt' I
place several
LADAS' POOL PARLOR hundred
make
iJlie! coru; and say that this is a ; goe.from ahorse:: people C

world wonder for beauty. e) NOW OPEN. I winter headquarters. A large lumber "
\ G. W. Fisher "WTWS
I P \\er up to a l' H -h the largest brick plant in
; Mail Order Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage Clean and Warm and i. J1 degrees of speed from a ('ant r\.1 DrugCo. the South are located at Lake Helen. DxL.-\iD. FLA.

I to a two-mile-a-minute clip. You .
Homes. A Good Place to Rest Drugs, Stationery,
j probably catch the spirit: WH:0:: ORANGE CITY
\ Play Pool Now Huyler's Candies ClothingFurnishingS
,
I Business Xo one of Uaytona's attractions, do the roads and the beach are yours The principal attraction
re, Checks Given I Kodaks, Cigars around
1 perhap:?, commands more nearly universal The Florida sunshine is fre.the Orange City is the III
I I I pLANr, FLA. many handsome Shoes ] 1
l f I II attention and praise than does j I; Myrtle Ave. and Beach St. balmy ocean breezes are free the I golden orange groves. The town is

I the artistic: cottages. The owners of ( \! k\'c bira.; and squirrels! and flowers are i supplied with water said to be the

I these charming villas hail from j free, the sparkling fountain water
every i* II A. H. OO9ALThe [ purest in the world, another attrac-
--.... corner iI the country' and they bring ............................ ': Tn e and you will have to go down tion to visitors. It is at Orange City

: their own architectural plans and unto your wallet only for com for that
FOR ALL THINGSELECTRICAL i passengers over the Florida East
I 'I buiLd upon thorn and, as the archi- ]: :J I ;auto uiid bed and: board. Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and

cture of one section of the country < > j This is no fanciful picture; it's all drive to Deland.
GROCER The town is /
t differs; from the architecture of an- ', nt-re. It is drawing otter thousands rounded by land snr-/j

I oCher so do our homes differ in J i* i'arid: ho'dinp! them enthralled, it will PFLAND, FLA. to peculiarly
the (
cultivation of citrus fruits. j I CLaSD. lLoam DA
l I outward appearance and structural I'liarm and hold you. Come and s.-e. _
'
I beauty from one another. There I ____
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no monotonous rows of strikingly are <]. -- .- --- --- .. I i:...................................................:

, i i iI .
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I \ sweens.similar.change build'ngs by, is which treated but keeps the to eye a the kaleidoscopic as mind it- !J JAondoiuig :. SEE .: CALL US UP j[ THE DAILY NEWS !


) I IJ "What next?" JFORLAWlI Ii:I .. ..

.1 It is no" only the exterior; of many i .
J : .

JII of tht'3 homes which rivets attention ]I THE ELECTRICIAN. : * some three whose
; w11.b.c thtare' models of convenience i : Gives Away persons :

and the finishing: and furn- ',: North Beach St. Phone 14 : I,4: names were mentionedinthe :

thing jive evidence of the elegance .
*********.......*.**.*..*. ,1 < I and cultivation; of those who worked -- ---- -- ------
Some papers advertise it. ,I it all out. Indeed it is the interior I Ij .......................... ..S .
U j :arrangement: and artistic furnishing: U
I i ij : JOHN P POLLITZ : ..: Four Tickets to the :
I WE PONT. j and shudiug. more than: the exterior I]S 4 S Crystal .

ppearnce that gives a surpassing <. Theatre
J charm to Daytona homes. j: Suchard Chocolate . and a MerchandiseS :.
., I I I'f This fsa-: .
f We know it would hurt ture jastly merits prominence Order for 25 cents
as. a-i-: j: 5 and lOc Cakes : .S on some :
the home trade. 1 ntheroonl'er.. ti 'f c
4 "S I S I S..S S I S U S 5!.I!!S I S U S I Whenever you want Bu l- 4: local store. : : : : : : :

We would rather have the i i j Streets ard Pavements the Most By Way of Suggestion. I ness Card Letter Heads. :SS :, .

ads. of local 1 and Best ., Circulars or anything else! 5-- --= .
merchants. j \ !l.w h"iil.-: ; "It. -am.fr..m b:- : I .

Why t1l4 Architect of the Universe parish 'hur.lt to tinI I l.bli"p( with tho in the printir.2 line. .. .

: FETCH THEM IN I chose to give: Daytona the most ad- in-laiut iut; Lis that)>t'W.a stntu lie ;:said.vr hail**l I iutrudod woud: We give PROMPT SERVICE 4: Watch for them---your name maybe : .

I mirab?, the most picturesque! natural .. .
LET US DO
YOUR
not disturb divine service by ejecting and GUARANTEE .
I sKtinsr of all the cities of the SouthIs him. but I took tIre slight libertr of ,14 next. :
: PRINTING revealed but that alI / .
cos sacli is
Ittin; on his haf-Taber. I SATISFACTION.
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"' FARRELl'S W AGE cutting&&caiia uv as pen was desired market by and Mr.no Corey.price "From the Grove to the Table" ,.

\ ''I[i PORT ORANGE I Mr. Farrell who started in businessat INDIAN RIVER GRAPE I PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGe f

sixteen as a $4.05: a week laborer In FRUIT AND ORANGES
\
IETSON'ERSITY s I a wire mill, has been president of the
i Grown on the Halifax. I pORT ORANGE Is
PORT ORANGE, Jan. 19:)-The SoI $4,65 PER WEEKNew United States Steel Products Export pn-tt.v.little l village ,
' The finest quality of fruit for sale I PORT ORANGEHOUSE
company, a subsidiary of the steel I I situated five miles
cial Club the I
opened season with
a ,; in single boxes or car lots.
combine handling the trade. Special
ND i I I export I south of Daytona I
FLA. \ I card party in Ridgewood Hall Toes- : I He lives in llrooklyjp. He is forty- attention paid to filling orders. the DaytonaNewNmyrna !

leal f4ehoo s a I eight of six feet 1m-h in i hard sur- _
day e'enlng.liss Baker of Dwight I years age one MUNROE & STEVENS
meat
cost- Steel Head Puddled Way his f.iwroad,th90<>nle t
I stocking: feet and weighs ::10
HOO.ODO.! S Fred
ant e WJO.oco. 111), was the charming host ss and pounds. lie has prematurely white GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. highway of the East!' : Cmamiajs
fy of u pe'sand I Sheriff E. L. Smith was in the delicious 'I' Coast. The town" Is Owner adPORT Maaap t
provided refreshments.
in.rs. j Up to $100,000 Job.!> hair, parted in the middle, and a Office Next to the, Ridgewood Hotel.
DeLand Wednesday driving I located on the Hiillf -
<: from -
hr1sUan1D
| city Mrs. John R. Crow went to Jacksonville drooping white mustache. Ills Presence -
-aching.rmation- tar1&n. over in the morning by automo : Is that of a military man. and ......ve.........0....... T River and 1sconnected
last week. with thby >
;, bile and returning in the afternoon I: his clear blue gray eyes look straightat : McDonald's Boat Yard ORANGE
ss: A party composed of D.V.. \Vinn, : : t>nlnlulloppelUt'! !
train. I BEGAN WORK AT SIXTEEN. a questioner. Mr. Kartell's grip is
In by 0
Hnlley, Miss Cassie Winn, Mr. and Irs. Established: 1903 a bridge.
that
i of athlete, and he Is
D.stdent : an popular BEACH
The town Is well
.LLVt' I
Correy. Mr. and Mrs. Tun Jas. i o CHAS. M. McDONALD Proprietor =
Public stenographer ,typewriter, son I I with his five children. laid out and has
The Ridgewood phone 15. Riddell. Mr. Cummings andIr.. I! "My rather John Farrell. who bad p Railways. Boats Built Repaired : many pretty home! Lots for Sale.

translator. 39-6t Wric>ley chartered Perry Williams 'I Morgan-Gary Selection of Successor to i several small vessels plying between : and Housed.e : A large number of Liberal Terms

PERKINS I launch for a cruise as far south asM ,:' Corey Believes In Maintaining Price, I New -York and Liverpool, was growing .i.le.u.i.i.u.e.i...e.i.i tourists and winterresidents Allowed for
.aml.: Corporate Publicity and Competition I old, and It was up to me to quit make Port IMPROVEMENTSOcean I
l Mrs. Thompson, of Jacksonville Knows His Business From the Mm school and to work" Mr. Far- Ornng"'lnter, head- River
..1 and Mrs Lockhart. of New York Mrs. Frank Sparkman is spend I' to the Market.f I rell in describing go his career.says "So I . . . .. . . . . . qanrters,..ne of the FISHINGfonveuJont or
iey and ing a week or two'i.sitt.: ; Mrs. !several nttrietl.nsbeing : to Anto-
aunts of Mtea Florence; Moeher, who began In steel wire mill
a at New
/
Geiger in Jacksonville.Hon. GITTENS & MESSING : the excellent) mob1: ita"e Uaau.
sellerPractise . "la visiting the Misses Apthorp. on When,, I was a boy I worked with a will Haven at sixteen and remained there i n-ihl and Rrldg "
Charles (Successors to K.O. Long<*A Co.) 'g.
Doughert was a At puJJIlnff Iron In a rolling mill.I to A.
w Third avenue arrived Wednesday afternoon nine years doing manual labor. ThenI A short distance' Apply .
visitor in Port Orange last week. puddled away and managed to thrive (;J Fresh WM. C. HOWES T
to spend two or three weeksin On wages per week 1 tour sixty-flve. saw a bigger field in Flttsburg and FishClams : west 3f Port Orangeare Agent \ -
the city. Mr. Tribble landlord of the Illinois My metto was always:! "Succeed or bust." went there 'when I wag twentyfive.Soon the remain of Port Orange; Fl*.
[ i& House, who had been ill for a long And now I'm the head of the big steel I 'he old Dunlawton
fate and time died Saturday morning, and was trust! Became Leader."I and Rose Bay OystersMarket sugar mill, a place I
federalaurts : Dr.. J. C Herman, Osteopath. 20 entered the mills of the Pittsburg : that Is visited every I Port
buried Sunday afternoon InPort.. Orange
.. I Vohisii Ave., Daytona, Phone 40. tf There Is to be a new president of Wire company as a laborer and later i- oa South Beach Street I- year by hundreds of I
Orange. cemetery with Masonic honors the steel trust, after all. to succeedi became superintendent and manager : those 5 Prompt Delivery tourists. One time, OYSTER CO. i

Miss Adele Smith, a charming- I i I William Ellis Corey. J. Pierpont Morj I I for about six years. Then I got the : all the country west D. PUPOITT
D, Millard Pattillo from Os- J!)!:! of Port Orangesur-
FLA.KitIT came
I | and Elbert II. had about i general superintendency of the Oliver Grower" and Dealer
calist and personal friend of Mrs. D. 'I j I gan Gary rounding the old
teen to attend Mr. Tribble's funeral -- --- OYSTERS
1 ; Steel Wire In 804CLAMS
1&< J. Cummings, arrived from Jackson- Mr. Pattilio drove over and returned made up their minds not to put up another worked there company and at Heaver Pittsburg Falls.and In .......................... mail: was H vast In-
Wednesday afternoon and will shining mark as the head of the dl 40 and sugar cane ..
j home Monday.Mr. I 1003 I was asked to to New Yorkto Pt.Ora" -I>iT'opaWL
come
spend the season with Mrs. Cummings gigantic organization, but the courseof j R. H. MCDONALD : plantation.The mill
Nead arrived Thursday of last organize: the United States Steel was operated extensively -
them
made it for .
at The Pines, on fouth Ridge- events necessary
JRANCElENCY I'ville week and Sunday he and :Miss Cal to modify their plans.No Products Export company." J. MEATS In th toood avenue. When asked: regarding his views on \s hut has been la
lin were united in the holy bondsof I .
Price Cutting Likely. dlmfor forty or
corporate publicity Mr. Farrell said: Estate
matrimony. We all wish them
Phone 2S will call for your clean- There have !been inshtent demand: I "I have always been In favor of : Florida and Western : mtvy.-urs. Insurance
a long and happy wedded life. A Interestingdrive I
and Fsing.; tf BURNETT.Mrs. from heads: of departments to know the lines ery
Ing pr corporate publicity along expressed *
Mrs. Prevail received telegram I : The Choicest Steaks and from Dayton
a
of
head
who was: to IK the operating : NOTARY PUBLIC
id, Florida by Judge Gary. I came to
Thursday calling her to the bedside the combination and what his attitude The Primest Roasts 'U by ocean N'.ichto
L. V. Wichman arrived Wednesday I those views not because: some other tin- approach: o1 Port Orange, FU.
of her brother in Titusrille.He died would be toward price cutting and an 'I .
afternoon from Forest. Can man l believed them, but because I have: : T,'l"-pione! Ui what you want tint the next day and teas laid to rest in believed them of will endeavor to that l .', the
across
;ST ada, to spend the season with her l I through many years '* the cemetery at Titus ille. 1'iiont-'I H hrd4.! and then
I frank ;
; practical experience. I am tostate S.G. MARTIN i
brother, B. W. Boyd and wife at I ..
LRQESTmd however) that It Is well in any p "In:; through: tin-
their home in Seabreeze. :Mr. Boydis POULTRY principal street of
I Extra Hazardous.t't'rsl'"or business to hold views along the sam
BEST the proprietor of the Rapid bus, Mrs J IieAlterro has always I general; line of others higher: In au .. *. Port Orange fb ,thr COeneralMerchandise[

.. which runs between this! city and been unlucky in the selection of I i i I thority. If a man does. not. then he TIr.rlferyoul.ii: ,-e youronl". 'r HIM runs; of old the sugar c 'libratol -- \
the peninsula. her h..tt'r char.yoga hayof .::: .ttln;
points on husband; i
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I ran get; out. J the choht.. i mil., r.turnl&1! toI
:lorida ,'. -- Townseml-Why do you say that? I .. I"i\tonaby th.- rn.01 l lon Port Oranjfe. Fla

iRMS The Corbett, of St. Augustine, in Ik er -Her first huxliaml was n I !I Tolstoy's Thoughts on Death. .......................... th' mainland. 3
charge of Capt. Quigley of that pity, guide in the .\ill routine ks. her second i I The fear of death i N unnatural. The .
OVES arrived here Wednesday morningand I was a baseball umpire her third was A i fear of death i i.> the con>;ciouMiexs ofI -v------ a
IMBER or tied up at the Halifax River | a mnniifacturi'r: of dynamite and her I ISI I sin. I' ...................................4 ................. I

JUCKLVND Yacht Club wharf. She had on last was an avlator.-'hkago Neus. i The fear tlf death emanates from the :
I fact that people' regard, as life only a I
board three gentlemen from I'itts- The Co.
A Generous Spirit. small part uf It. limited by their own' Joseph Zapf E
l burg. Pa., who were searching for a I
1 for Hnrgalnto I "Honry. I want :$S':' this: llIornin:.:." I erroneous mnceptlon.
houseboat which they could charter: I 9
-What for?" Just as the owner of the fig; tree :
F for a cruise to Miami, taking with : JACKSONVILLE. FLA. .
"Must I account to you for every i knows the time \fhen the fruit is ripe .
GOULDITTEN them their wives who were in St. penny I siK'ml?" \ | :50 fiotl; knows when to call the righteous :
: Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor
f Augustine. The Corbett is quite a "I tloift Insist ujM>n knowing: about from this world..

CO. f roomy boat, being 5.;; feet in lengthby every penny. When It's less than a I ( Strhe t.) keep;: your life nt a {point : house in Florida. Sole distributors for :.

i about 14 foot beam but she is nickel you can bunch It."-Cleveland where you neither f.eir death: nor d<>- .
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Ivxn, FLA. r. (only a day boat: and not fitted for Plain Dealer. I !i! !';!re ToNtoy's "Pycle of Heading"." : Anhcuser-Bush Celebrated Beer :

Cruising.: She is propelled by a :2.: :
THE horsepower Standard engine. Wanted It Abbreviated. I The Helpful Waiter. : Special attention is called to the
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Jeweler-What shall I engrave: In It? i Contemptuous 4'ulh'r (who can : MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. :

RDON FOR PENT-Furnished residence ,Customer-O. O. to II. I... i I stand !It no longerSense* it)t'. sir; I .. S.
Jeweler-What's that, sir? you don't !seem liable to get; all that
till b Arrvriran Press Association.JAMES !
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RAGEThe : Customer (meekly I )-Oeorse Osborne soup( Imp with your spoon. Shall I : Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. :
; eight rooms and bath. Apply A FAI.RELL
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to Harriet Lewis: but Just the Initials. get; A a piece of blotting paper?- .
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any J n _-Lippincott's.( i open? market Mr I arrell's\ s.elt.'l'tQn.AJ.J..V..J.JVJu.M.J.JV! London Tit P.lts ........................... 4
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; I Nobby, Classy Styles I II" day Published, from every December evening 1 to except April 1 f, in-by Store I ;! WE SELL I ; 1 i.i HO


THE GAZETTE-NEWS CO. DAYTONA BEACH'FLA.. I'i Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of t

i In Men ClothingWOMEN'S i T. E. FITZGERALD Editor. Exceptional Mona> ing
.: lubricating oils on the market.
I" I II C. S. HARRIS City Editor. Valut-s in I
Enamel Ware
HARRY L. ROOD Adv. Manager I

I SHOES and SLIPPERS I II GEO.: F CROUCH Superintendent. Japanese China I i WE REPAIR i i L. I

In All} Styles and Prices Entered as second class matter I Laces I ;. .

I I II December 1, 1910, at the postofficeat Ribbons i : Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. Greatly Enlarge]

Daytona, Florida, under Act of I : Sides.
Opposite Webster's Grocery Store j I j -

I ANTHONY BROS. f March 3, 1S79. I Seabreeze Ave. II i t

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Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes .I I Summt ddr

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TEN YEARS ACO. : St ELECTRIC TOASTERS I All dcpai
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Best-Service to
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Palmetto Limited. /1t'8Vt' Jacksonville. .. .. . .IUlla.m.DAILv 7;K'a.m.. J FROM THE GAZETTE-NEW OF JANUARY 19, 1901. : IT
Arrive Haxannah. used th
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Carrying through Coaches Charleston ... . .. ... ...4.-!7 p.m. the
Pullman Room Richmond ". 4mu.nl. The schooner Mary: B, wh'ch went The last of the series of races for II with all
Electric-Lighted Drawing I Washington.: : : :: x.in a.ui.:
Cars. Jacksonville to &Itllllort'I.Hlu.m.. aground at the inlet about two weeks I the Burgoyne cup was won by the' finest Chefs,
Keepers, Dicing Philadelphia ..... ll.-Sa.ui.:: J. B. GARRISON The Electrician. Phone 71.
New York. New York. . ... .. 1 50 p.m. ago bas been repaired and continued Aba and D. P. :Merrill, owner of the Summer adcj
1 i on her way to Palm Beach. I boat, now has the cup. ... Me ..
New York and Florida Special. Daily Except Runday. No.M! .......
Jacksonville...... .. .. .... lain m.
Inscription of thin popular train de Luxe.Till hate Ha vannan .. ........ .......6.1*I p.m. At the meeting of the city council .;Th-e II. R. Y. C. invited a numberof
train consist of Pullman Drawing ..
Charleston. ...... .. ........... H.25p.m.!! ordinance
Baom, State Room.Sleeping, Dining and LlUrmrTObMrvtUlon Monday evening the regu lad f.6 to be present :Monday evening
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rrl\.IU'blllond.. .. ._. 7-U5a.ni.
vrlth the new cam hlgh-xpeHl!: heated brake by tteam.equipped ,and .... Washington ... .. ........ .....III.. :!!>a.m. lating the speed of auotmobiles and and about 15: responded to the HMHH N. H / N H HHHN N HH NNH N ......g....
Baltimore.... .. ..... .Il.X7a.iii.
to brilliantly, pevlal l llghU lighted living throughout provided by fori electricity .It'h't' .. t Philadelphia I .......... 1.461'.11I. requiring that machines be run by invitations. Billiards pool and cards BOND LUMBER COMPANY
berth.-affording perfect comfort In writing: New York. IVnn. B. B.Ktath . licensed engineers, was read and were played and refreshmenyst were
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at A\e :ltd Ht 3.M p.mHonda 5
or reading night. passed on first reading. served. Manufacturer ofI

1.I\'t" Jacksonville .......... ... fi.15 a.m1.20p.m.-
and West Indian Limned.Arrive.. Havannah. ..... .. ....... L'-ued I I ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER
DAILY. Carrying f Through Coaches, .. Charleston.Augusta . ..... .... ., 0.,1)5.4r p.m' The Daytona Traction company is Judge MicCrory I has marriage I) Lanka Saiale.. FloeriaJ. Ceili.t. Brick. Lisae sad CcBeat w Stock
RichmondWashington.! . . ..... 5.1C p.m.n.in. : about ready for business. It will licenses this week to Martin Cruise J OtfiOr and S'xrdrkn.tCou.l; Kall \ny unil Or ng.- A\*.
Eleetric-Lighted: Pullman Drawing Room : ..I .. X.40'a.m., and Miss Lillie M. ConcededTw ]
white
.. start with three machines and Thompson $
1 put Thone 83. R. J- MALBY Manager.
Steeping Cars, Dining Cars. Jacksonville Baltimore .. ... .. .. .lo.tiSa.m.12.ap.m..
to New York. I[ .."" W.New, Philadelphia.:York . .......... l/iO! :, on as many more as the traffic demands of Seville; Isaac Robinson and Ade- ....................................e+e+............ <
p.m. laine Suber colored of Lake Helen
each machine with trailer to ;

Coast Line Florida Mail.DAILY. I "are Jacksonville .... . 7J>T p.m. have a capacity of 18 to I'O persons. Augustus Hams; and :Mrs. Sallie !

Carrying Through Coaches I( Arrive.. Charleston.Biltlm I Hnvannali....... .. .. ....... ....12 GJica.u1.and iC ii.ii.. Dr. E. L. Potttr i in president of the Green, colored, of Glenwood I II, i
Electric-Lighted Drawing Room i I! Hl'hlllond ... "."_ I jj.i-i. i tonipany and E. C. Peters of Colum- I, ............................................... White Help i\\
\1ish.u.ton, .. .. :
Bleeping Cars. Jacksonville to New York .. ::.r . .. .....I l.;:i.l.lll. I L.i', Caio; is treasurer. The annual meeting of ;he Daytona !!i i. Thr IVinI'altn < ti.
Htops at Meal Htntloii I :: W. Philadelphia. .... :!.t''fI.fI1. I Library: and Reading Room ;ISOL:a- :' Bii4'o ,Fill)
Newtirk" .... .. T.l.ill.lll.
I Lcal Sleeper Jacksonville to Sa'annah. Wednesday evening Mrs. Nellie tion was held in the opera house <,n :

Best Trains to the West. Damon: left the house for a few moments Monday: alternoon and the tollownifr/ Couise SameTH

-- '- --- to tall on friends and! during. officers were elected: Pr sid 'ir, I IOf I.I I. ...........I

_No. 8!. I South Atlantic Limited I 1 So. ::::. ::11 No.and 5.,1. Montgomery Route :i Gov.sad 9.1: her absence a thief broke a pane of .'James M. Gamble; vj :ejtr"n') \ :,

I -, - ihsH in the window removed the I lte\ C. W. Arnold; secretary Mr, '
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fl..15pmll." .Jltd..on-III. Ar a.4ipul : "pml.\!! % .llId..ull'"h.\r islam fastenings and climbed! inside. Then William Atwood; treasurer Mis (.r.-
6.814anl Ar . Atlanta .. ." ,':') ".nam'tr' 1"nl/"II..n' Le I
fl.4U pm Ar ..IA.III.,'11 It'. .I.,.' "k.III' aIII I:!.I4I 1'11I lAr Hi rnllm 1 ;, haw;, Lv'' :t\.lpm I.4opu1" he opened the door and: let in an ham Thomr-Jon:, ; trustees.: Mrs. Lau I I Ii
JJ6amr, .11J tlal\lI''lIs... In ..IIIIIIII : ..4n put Ar "i1l..II\III" ,' i.v. H.Faat a'Coupi't'! Together they ransack"d rem-e Toompson. Mrs. Xiver. :Mrs! :
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.. 7.10ani plllr,-\r .. ... (.hlnlgo .. ..1.v! t,..-l 1)nI) ; !..IIIIIIII.4I1ulIIl.\r\r . \1111.111.oil.: I.wd. t.t I. \1.1'011111: .Ii n19 the house but succeeded in E. T. Conrad. Miss Mary C.Y lit).-r: i you can operate a Westinghouse Sewjj jj
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"baking Colonel
I away with only |;> in money. :Shaffrier.THE : .

; ," "o.' 'I. Dixie Flyer Route :N<'. f.i" I No. t". :' Seminole Limited -I! No. tj' +:. j 1 I ing Machine Motor; any woman can. iI i r, .

i.v..Jarksonclllr. . -- --- I BLACK PATTI COMPANY: j I j I II SILVER TEA AND A D DMEASURING It's a motor made for woman and It; .t< -
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jt l(1. Ar..it't\l'r1/. ... ...Lt 5..llIm., I"-UII: : WILL BE HERE SOON.
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plll iu.4Spin : -\r' \\'II 'ro.'i I.v i.t.am: I
.1mttlll.-\r....45 pili Ar. .......1lIn.'ltlt':Atlllunt. .. ....I.I.v,' H.4Ipw f"m\ il.)1nu1Ar::':: ''IIIII !''Ar. Blrfllm...\Ihllll h:11II' .1.1."I.iam, t.t"I.lil:! The Black Patti :Musical\ Comedy |; PARITUESDAY.\ i it's so well made that it will last as | i

fI.4H1I1II Ar.... (hkajo.: .. .1.\ ii:+''I'III ".limn -\r .. .. t'hlralo. .. I i ry
7.2oam Ar..St.Iauh.: .... l I", >wsipni 7.111111I: \r o\t. 1\.111: / 1\li'I':1:: ;::I Company, which is recognized as one

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1 1 ENTERTAINMENT BY THE PHIL- '
For Rats, Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or WriteA. I stage attraetiois in the United I I to do is to start and stop it. I

W. FRITOT Division Pa*$. Att. W. D. STARK Traveling Pass At. States preventing a varied.( Styl: "f: ANTHROPIC DEPARTMENT OF!

138 WEST BAY STREET . . . JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I .
entertainnik-iu be seen at theN.1 THE PALMETTO CLUB A GREAT i Try one and see. You'll find that I Ii j

\\' Daytona Theat"'r, Thursday, )
SUCCESS.The makes different .r.........
it sewing an entirely ]
1 Seminole LimitedSOLID TlieSteamerllSA U Jan. 2G. I j i I II
; The company consists of 40 Afro-j 1 n.her:! tea and measuring; part
operation. .r.r.r.r.UOJ
Americans; headed by Mine.: Si.stsler-: held at the Palmetto Club house on I
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SOLID TRAIN makes her maiden trip to I Th I
etta Jones, popularly known as Black Tuesday was a great SU'C"SS.
Electric Lighted Throughout. I
PALM BEACH Patti and considered to be the most I day was perfect and (\en'Lcd.6

,pots I accomplished sins r of her race and I! Happy l .

r Leaving: Prinre deorge; : Dock Jolly John I/'rk.lj"," th, unexcelled'droll 'I II The refreshments were d.t in t). and I| The Schantz Electric Ice I Ii ;
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comedian, reputed to be the I[ well served. The petty fancy artiU' -
I SATURDAY AT 8:00 A. M.I
: I lUiiniffet colored man alive. Ilia! "k'I!' ( <. the delicious homemade Band

H gfLROPOI Patti bas appt.ar'd with great su<-- | and the bright chr.v" antli 'iiHini:-;, )lr. I. i and Water Co. i s Steam Heat

I I ces in Europe, and enjoys the distinction t.r: than natur's < un, and thlo

ST. LOUIS I Thereafter the :St :ullt'rI :- of having SIIIIK by commandtor \..t ly roj.- found a ready sjtlf. Tli.- .....................................eooe..eoee.. II

AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. Constitution and Republicwill the present Kins of Great; |I bauv:: '< utaiiiin!< pfinije."actordin' ;.:
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ln Rrcllntng'hairtar.> ('ur... liuiUI.Iti.il I Utuint'u IH rtli llsjhts'. Fr.". l maintain tin ir regularadvertitid : Statt> with the Black! Patti show I! cont'i.ni-ii,; eit iit> -lIil.. penii:e>. The I MPalmetto :

t J.,'. ..lak;-.>nill.!. s::1" p. III. ciidiileLeaving cites a I period; of fifteen years : nif.,1--:!, :\\ ..rt- .1 1.1'h"r; : one hundrt -
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Ar. t'hka: >.u. 7::1 I: .1. III. I
Ar. Ht. !1.:11... ;.:?i a. III. (luring that tim she appeartd l lbetore 'd dc'hir! : : : nail 'he. philanthropedparuii : I J PROGRESSIVE NEW Sbll'ItHOWE \.
I Korb.| 'plnjar i. ...I\all"lI: .nut i.nl- II Daytona Saturdays and the large audiences that >'iit ;i. \\ .-ll ;,!....:'-t"d whit the \>|
road tlfk.< ul l II. t i .\ TWEI.L.I Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. .\t-r as" mbled to pay: homage to a ,, reMlltTh .:.
FlorIda Puss.K: .. .In.'ksoiiMlIt'. Fta.IFO' : SMYRNA is situated fif- I IIf ...r.r.r.r.I
i bound South. dh'a.t Madison Square Garden, IIIfbt n.it.; lt.e.; If any one NEW miles south of Daytona ORANGES .

I Leaving Palm Beach Saturdaysand New York City t he attracted au ,I 1t.11 hold a l.tilt-hag. >-h.- Hill c<.n- AND and is an ideal spot reached '..II i Kant -

=agThe == :audience numberiiiK over lG.tHM, and fer! a favor by returning; :is filled:! oreulpty 1 from Daytona by a hard surface road t. I' I..t SISUSISICISN 1
. .Ocn Tuesdays at 9:00 CURRIERFLORIDA wnidiii of the most ;"pine' ;,1
through one -
. a. m. at the great Pifsbur Exposition, ; to Mrs. Frank; Goddard, t .t>'. picturesque !
j parts of Florida. Point Grove
o bound North. :l':.:. MMt people! assembled to hear her Ue are uu'u: :grateful to o:irfriends .
Attractive Way With its ancient ruins dating hackto :. .
r./rrL It 'stand I
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She has been the st.liar attractionfor given.; LANDS runneth not, interlaced with wires I II.I ., I.. ..t In th lieSituated ]
McCOY I. of the modern telegraph and telephone I tut" : o:
BROTHERS fifteen consecutive reasons and N F\\' NVIt \Ar
North and West [J JO Jt I., 'KII'M. .\ its miles of shell streets as irosituated 1 1 Ocean It hasart I
of
the unprecedented! success this ,
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Jan. 19 In American History. hard and smooth as a floor and over- a) : large airy,
.......................... company is due, in :i large measure, LEIDERSDORF arched by hoary forest giants that I, the tatona- vice is admiral
.I.II South Atlantic Limited to the remarkable: vocal aiccompl. 1807 Rolxrt, Edward Lee distinjralshe Resident Agent j grew in stately grandeur during the I Sm Prices)rna Koad.Moderate : on application)
: STEAMERS Confederate general born In
lapse of bygone centuries New Sera
ments of this d.stmKiiis-hed: artist. Stratford. Westmoreland. Town and FERD rr.r.rr
county
I t 11 Leave Jacksonville 8:15 pm. There are two core other singers, Va.: died 1S70. Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNrroprielor

1t, I A solid through train daily : Uncle Sam anCherokee : dancers, comedians, etc-, (comprising 1SOO! -Edpar Allan Poe author born !In Property and rest.

For Cincinnati & Louisville the Black Patti.Iusical. : Comedy Boston: died 1M9. IVe's ancestors All nature here is very inviting to : .......r.
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America
came from the north the tourist and pleasure-seeker.
i Through electric lighted sleepers .
O nhow that is as tallied >it> it is entertaining of Ireland) and descended from one R.SJIALEY too is to be found the best fishing and' THEe
To Indianapolis & Grand Rapids K"U "ll'I"1'1"I:
: and the kind that is understood of Cromwell's officers. Ills grandfather hunting in the state of Honda.: e
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d and enjoyed without the was a !soldier; In the wars
I i i General The people are thrifty, the busi-i : milk, vega |
I of the Revolution and 1S12.
Dixie TomokaRiver aid of a libretti or an interpreter. It all'uuite .
Fiver Hardwareand ness men enterprising, and N
: 0 is; a rapid-fire: medley! of :sons: stor .
the welcome hand of
ASTRONOMICAL: EVENTS. in extending
Y dame, with melody. happily
Leave Jacksonville 8:25 negro I
o pm..ij" : : hospitality to strangers. There are
From
( noon today to noon tomorrow.) :
int..rtIH.rst-d and climaxed! by) Aeletioni <" Builder's .11.r.r....
t A solid train
through daily Sun sots 4 58. rises plr: five church ed rites for white people
': i I I : : ; moon Ices
from the :standard i Olwra-i :-
.ij" For ChicagoMontgomery Ii Il i iI. !I 10:25 p. In. Supplies, and an equal number for the colored
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i i. / 0t l I.' Every Tuesday and Saturday .. leeo..I........................ (! lent high school. a splendid; public .

t II -0 Route I. : I library, aad up-to-date business! .
I I UndertakingNew .
in January. I
i : \. I I' I IMlT. r..ll.l| l II'" :.it houses. 0
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V I fi Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. I '':':"na.' .: ...,lorul.utl. ..".1 I List..\. SmyrnaTHE I There are any number ot pretty ..
' i sleeper daily :I, -, .
Drawing room -- -- I \ :houII- w notp ; I .
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I. I t.own- r "Ill.\ iIMII i- I' 0 American Plan
For Evansville & St. Louis 0O fk ';> t' 1> .Hi'! n..II.l-! which numbers close to 2000.'and R
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I i t I' i t.- haIIISUIH .I'.i i some very fine winter residences : .
Dining Car on all trains ] INLET AND I ''' I..Mi Itttl' l'1'i There hotels and* boardinghouses .
Itf .. :. n.rr..11.: d! -,"ir, _,' OCEAN\ "HO 0 USE are good 'tI. ...........
: > t : find
where accommodations
f . you can
; 1 II For full particulars address i i ,t 11\: .t. i'.>, : ; i [ W S ''I YR _
k, t |' i h F. W. SAMS; to meet your requirementAdjoining : -
9 3 II WALKER, Fla. Pass. Agent l' !l;s: 'Ii. ., . .I .. '
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l 0 NEW SMYRNA ' r .i :..........

l 1H .. , I" 1.' . .. Rates: oi vegetable land t .to v.,'ill.. K1, .,I , itt: \1' ; ,
4. : 111" found an% A here. i l.md 1\.1 t 1< i .
i LouisviHe&Nashville .\ 1:" 110 S3.00 Day .
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Railroad : day in January *"' .. I .'.!. "'.'f .:.:.'. Week O: the: tI1..t: CC._ . '..'* I General .
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118 \V Bay St. JACKSONVILLE Write la4u.re the : ;: .
t (o i or on Premises. No 39 South Rid;ewood Avenue '.I!' :. .'. I 1I 1\' :" : '
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e 0 Ne e e.0.e.00 N Ne'e' i tfJ ..iLii.r9N Mrs Arthcr A. Hyde and E. G ,......................................................

Hyde, of Hartford, Conn., are guess a .

.p HOTEL DESPLANDDaytona at the Prince George hotel. They HOTEL CLARENDON
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NEWS OF THE HOTELS hate been traveling extensively ? .

tads of through the west and have come to t : x '-'-
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J Florida < :......... ); SEABREEZE :
Daytona to spend :the remainder of -1Jf. '.-':J'.i .
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NOW OPEN ,1I'f': :',.#..-., ,
.- Mr and Mrs August Klein of Arhngton The I : ' Absolutely :
a new joint ticket office has ;:
f.t'; :;: i L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. N J? are guests at the been e&jiblished in the Hotel) Clar- i
ri t Ridgewood FireproofNow :
: endon giving au. added convenienceu.o .
n. Greatly.Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all t the guests of the new house. .
4 Quinn Quinnnip of Elmira X. Y..
: ( Sides. Rooms EnsViite. Steam Heat. Every Modern : Tickets over all railroads leading out : : .- Open :
: is one of the guests registered: at
of Jacksonville are on sale ,in the .
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Convenience. Send for Booklet. .
the Despland --
ti : hovel ticket office, whj-h: was established 0 Booking Offices .
i :. f CONCERTS DAILY. !I Seabreeze Florida E. .
here L.
101 ; Luis '0. Weber is a guest at the by J. D. Rahner. general POTTER. President .

.J }, ,.. gammer Address: ATLANTIC HOUHE, >nrnigan rtt Plrr Rhode Island : Detp; nd. Mr Weber comes front passenger agent of the F. E. C. I.: Hotel 1180 Broadway Blackstone New Chicago York W. S. KENNEY. Manager .:

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John Shrader .................... .
{ and wife. Mite Pearl . .............................

Mar X. Bradley of Staunton Shrader and Dorcas Shrader are : ..0..0.f....e..eMOfiO Oee00..OeNe........
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: .I is amo g the guess registered at Located in the Most Beautiful
the Prince Georgt. Prospect. Mr: Shrader has just left I Sarato Inn '
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:. THE RIDGEWOODE. -- on the return trip to their home at ,:'I S Spot t on the Halifax River... ... I
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i i H. E Whitney and wife, of Cambridge Chester, W Va. but will return to JOHN J. McGUIRE Proprietor.

f D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. I Mass, are in the city for the Daytona th3;le or En Suite with Bath No t fetter t w

I win).er, stopping at the Palmetto. family will remain at the Prospect I Florida Table of the best of everything in season' Terms as reasonable as I
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: until the return of :Mr Shrader the service will permit. gives on application Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No. 112 I
NOW OPEN.
O : Among the guests at the Ridge- I I' ...........................otttttecooottttostttttttta999999Q99VV99
ERSe71 wood are C. P. Sjhester and .1. H. Among the guests registered at i

J All departments will be managed by white Northern help, i A. Evans, both registered ,from Boston the Hotel Clarendon are C. B. '' ..................................1.....

Wright and wife Miss :Margaret, : '
f I selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white : I I
i --- Wnglit Cincinnati; Dr J. A. Vor ,, THE PROSPECT i

j help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : )Ir. and :Mrs F F. :McClure, of hees. Brooklyn; C. H. Nelson, C. F'I

: Cincinnati, Ohio, and Mr*,. Richards, Nelson! :\Irs. W. McDunougb: Henry I 109 South Ridgewood Ave. I _
: i with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the 22 -11 with
I rooms baths. Two blocks from R R I
: of Wellston. Ohio, are guests at the Mulholland, :Montreal; J. S. BuzzEne station and Post-office.

I finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, Cle>eland.Mr : and wife. New York; Lord T. I Steam Heat

tNyf K. North G. W. Ripley Roy T. If. r P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor. I
: Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. I
and Mrs E. L. Britton of New Barnes, G. F. Small, R. G. Keeny J. ... .. ................,..................I.....
:...................................................: York city are stopping at The .
L' Moore yacht Scantic; John j, ....e................................................
Despland and enjoying the balmy Barnes Los Angeles Ca1.1.; : M. ': .

i.IOIlIIIIOIIOIOI.101.10.U......BtBtatiABttititatitfTHE southern atmosphere Bond and wife, F. R. Bond, L. C. :* HOTEL SENECA OKNI-K JACKSONVILLE t rv AlNLMK: FLORIDA.'h:.\> MTM. JJ :
Long and Lake Helen Fla. .
I wife ; C'I --
PRINCE GEORGE Among the guests registered at 1. Mills and wife, Chicago; H L. : ENTIRELY NEW. t
the Prince George are C. F Haglin, : :
I Thompson and wife. :Mrs Sarah Albert Bennett .
of Minneapolis, and Mrs C. VV>"- Proprietor C. R Bennett, Manager :
: DAYTONA, FLORIDA :
Thompson. W. W Morribon:\ and wife.Miss '
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r i koff, of New York CttyMr : A :Met- I'liu for :.it., Poi' KummiK \\' lo'r. "stram H.nt and l Phone in r:very *
: Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors : : )lihJbel!, Toledo O. FrancisP.
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k Kooin \Vhlte !''ott.rThrou tlUut. .
Conroj, Chares: W '. ,
0o Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. .. : and Mrs JV. Gardner and) ''Jacksonville. H.chardson'i .................4....................................
Miss Helen Gardner of Troy, X Y, i
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er. f Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. are in Daytona for a visit and are : ................................NNN................
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.- Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. -. registered at the JUdge\\ood. I I MAKING BOA'FTRIP SOUTH; J NEW SEASIDE INN H H. MANWILLER Proprietor

Steam Heat Throughout. --- DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA :

A :total of SO guests are now registered I BROOKLYN MAN IN THE : This new and select family hotel has just been enlarged and rein; nished J
: White Help in Dinin Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st : at the Hotel Clarendon, giving I CITY.
for the 1910 11
: season to meet the requirements of its growing patronage *

.. The Prlncf d 'org.- IM.-r itli unlr: liimlln: in l'u\u>ia: for "'t. Auj.u..tii'' u.tl! .. the new hostelry much boater I Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths Electric and Gas Lights Call !kilo, .*

: Pallll Beach lx>ats. I'jirtUulnr with pltH"urf : I 1 patronage than was expected at th i> H. C. KENT ARRIVES HERE FROM : Rates $2,50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application *

I fine! I 1'0'111"' r .\dI!' ". ii'I !-1. I i' II-\!: 11.1htt.: In' all <<'>1'11\' :So J. .
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I 'j. Same Management as THE BRISTOL, As1ulY Park. N. J. :. I 1 .\mong the-guests at--the Ialnut I THE NORTH IN BOAT ON HIS .........1............................................

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tit I to House are Edward \\ HJ.wlics SOUTH TO PALM BEACH ...........................S.........................
i ___ _ .:nU wife, of Ctanaton. I'l, and .
Stantou Rogte kin and wise of Juhr.. FOR THE WINTER.
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NEW GABLES Among the ;guests at the De pland i by a captain and pilot, :ir J A High Grade House. catering to Ihe most particular people Central location j

ew- *. are George. Griffin and wife of ''! rived a.t Daytona 1Vedneeday: night: J S3.00 and $4.GO per day-$17.50 and higher per week. +

: I ; : Richmond Hill, Long Island: )1 r. and in bis new power boat, Guess. cn, hi- .

can. | . Daytona, Fla. .. ,: Mr-. Griffin have comt.to spend the'! way down the E: st Coato' 1'ilm : Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor

e b p r i runs winter in Dajtona |i .+.+.....+.+.....+.+.....+..o+.+.+e+tt....1..S..+t...t
andz| : Iti h ., NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY : i j leach, where be will: peud the winter ----- -- ----- -
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[st as I : ERN CONVENIENCE] AND '.loss g and ChraleW. Kogg, of Des I Mr: Kent spent the night heriier *', a'' I E. H. PURDY i

: ;;i.", COMFORT. .. .. .. 1E. Moines, Iowa, cOniptise: a party which1 I l ..t at thy 1'rospCHv .house, and | THE SEVILLE Daytuua. -- Florida.Prop.

rfsunved hw journey south lihrsdav' I
ave Las tome to Daytona anti 1ri registered j I _
,E. Steam Heat Throughout at the Kid ewood hotel morning Mrs KJit went throughthe : GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON. ,

I city Wednesday evening b>' ran:I Surrounded by Spacious Ground, in the most delightful part ol the City I

r I I and will wait, for her:\ husband .It The guests receive the:: best the markets afford lu the dining room and every ; 1
e S. H. MOSELEY. Mr and Mr*. U njLminIa: :onj: comfort and convenience that a well regulated hotel -an offer to the publictttttttttttttttttttt .
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t11atl : PropnetorItltltltltltltltltltltltOtltltltltltHtltltltltltltt. : came down from Jacksonville j .tttttttttttttotottttttttttcttttThe .
Wt'I'1 The Guess is a new boat buut: at ,
nesday afternoon to epnd a
I :Morris Height( during the past sum
.. with their friends, )Ir. and MrE I '
rent j j mer. and was vent to Jacksonvilleon
i II. Shoe maker. on Third' aenueG :
o : one of the C'l>'de Line steamers. OSBORNE .. 1

,, I.i.......&JI.II.....ICI.I............................ I At Jacksonville the boat was '

.. -. W. Crane J. J. Harrison and launched under the direction: of )Ir. A. OSBORNE. Prop. 11'1 '

W. C Harrison and child compose an ,, Rooms Only Moderu Conveniences:: ,
Kent and the Siiuustint- .
: THE HAMILTON : run 'let ; 50c. 75c. and $1.00 per day I ..t ; '
automobile party which it- (touring :
nude day.notht."r day was ( 1
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in one 50
$ to $6.00 per:: week:: i.
the state and is now stopping for consumed: ;.n l'comins to Daytona pnrt.xt. >' Steam Heated Rooms 11 Orange Ave Jil :
Ice I.; ; : New and First Class : I several days in Daytona, guests at being slow through the anal m ,
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I.I the CIe\eland. and river because of the healy (w..:. - - -- -- k 9t
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I : Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells : J. I). Yohe. manager; of the P. ItI THE PRIVATE YACHT PEARLAT 5 The Cleveland I FLA ludir nt M inaua e- I ".tI : -

I I A. lof the Sew York Central Lmt's. GRUBER-MORRIS DOCK : JIlt:lit. CinlralU 11.'...tnt
: Elegant Rooms, with or \\ithout Baths : arrived Tuesday afternoon with a and hest t of 1 ,.ercit: ,'....111 brat: .!',j! "I I
The >aoht I'.irl. oi Tallltll/i : ''i:. .,' W. J. SIMFiCN: Prop. 1 11 1;
which was dCl-'ft ll II! 1 R t:.1'< 1'.lhit' :a It f I
aboard tar
party a private I
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Mufarrived ;
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u sd: tracked j Iposte; the ... E ('. !euSl.ISItISI.i.I.ItIeI.I. i.l4I...I.I.I. I.00i.IIlSi.I '
I t 'rnoon from St .lugusine: by'l ly(
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I their'
: : Its. pa.sfiU'r depot during ,
MRS. I. !,\. A1ABBETTE Proprietor ,. of the ian.il and (h"tl.III) at; rhUruber a e .. o.esoae.e za..oessooeooea..oe.e.e I d x
sta\ hereMr: \"cthe is a guest at | '
-Morns dot k to rOui,:L !11' .t'

S Palmetto Avenue D.-\YTOFLORID.: :\ ei. the t'laremdon. '. for a day or t\\t.}. o! THEOVERLOOKING AUSTIN i I : iL:

. I On board the Pearl i- Ilwr dOrm u !:" -.
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IGES -, hotel W. E Sbeene :
: are ',1oifl.and son and a pilot from :M;
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Kant tli I -- =: : :\'t'W York; C. L. Flynn' Jackson' I Xusiutine The Pearls: on hi u.uto G.; \\ SVAN.: ProprietorS t:;.I l

%t oinuvIt .1e0.1SI.II.It.....................................* \ lie; Mr*.. J. J. Wilson Mtes Nellie I Miamt and like all other b n. S Electric Lights and Call Bells! Steam Heat. Hot and Cold Watertottttttttttttttttttttt i :, S
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rove HOTEL 'j 1Vil: on. Cumberland. )ld.; :Mrs Ja*' | touting south this; winter >..>.m-! t ti> ..+f>ttttatttt..ttttttttttt. 4I H'

.tlliiiut Inrirant : SCHMIDTS : ( :McCormick )Ir. and :Mrs C. II. i j I'I have evperu'nced considerable u>';411wtather !t j ,' .
Ward and 111'8. J. V Allen and s
r.t son
111 t liualcd : Henry Schmidt. Proprietor Daytona Florida : Cumberland.: lr. Orutebee i i> not a .................... ..*............................. 'i.I., '
0 Situated Halifax River mile frm Atlantic : !'tn. I stranger;: in Daytona I. ha\in, burn/ a i .N
on the bank of the : one tMMINGS.I :
II m. Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single, en suite or with bath Sleeping rooms KUt jw at the Howard on Vousa! : ;oenue. I THE PINESit MRS. D. J. I;I'1:; f. ,

|i tona-New>luna on : ,are large, airy, and nearly all have sunny exposure The cuisine and service \mong the guests at the palm for St.n..lleek.." last w :ntn Proprietress .1 i ..,} ;tAn
toad. a is admirable. Rates $3.00 per day and up Special rates for f.mihes o I He i is. from Taunton, Mav: I. ,I
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on application. tOt house are )tr. and i attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct f t!
ModerateRD ward C. Smith of Albany, NMr Y. The Pearl i*. aer comfortabU.well i supervision of the proprietress. I 11 1\ .
.I.............................5.......I.i.......I.I* : and :Mr. Smith hate been coming i i appointed trait although juxi FLORIDA. J t.,
)MANN South Ridgewood Avenue DAYTONA. ;
weitb ri I : I'
now her exterior: presents a
several
for to
: to iaytona years
rietor I which. 1338 Same:: management:: :: as the:: N..',," M..',uo"",. A bury Park \ Jotttoototttttttoa t I
; worn howe\er a
spend( the winter season, but this I appearance
.U.BtBtBtBtBtBtBtBtBtBtBtBtBtBtBtBtBtBtBtBtBtBtBtBtBtBtTHP reason decided to try California '. coat of pan: wjJJ reoiedM!.., -.. >tttctttttttotttottti.ttt''.ottt.tto.. ','. :.,

th 40 feet in length by u feet b 'itui! and I
Thecame firs: to Daytona 'n ,
1 MAP NOT TA IIS South R Uewoo 'I I.is J'I p..tr:
fitted with a horsepower
AHEi California with the in
mvyrnjLtALARGE went on to I !
: SUNNY ROOMS. : :
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e tention of remaining on the pal'ifI'i: engine. in !the manufacture oi w'Mr !;d'" is

: Fresh milk, vegetables and fruit OB the place. Furnace heat RATES: 52.CO per : I coast through the winterbout two : : Orm>bee is: eiiRaged it's New Book if
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I day and up; S1Z.00 per week and up. : weeks time \sa> enough, howe\, : :t ( I!

: MRS. CELESTE RINKS Proprietress. : and they hiked back to Daytona. i'1 I You may never Consideration kn"\\ what. harm an I 1" it's a Souvenir Novelty :. !:f !::1:1it's

fully satisfied this i is. the best 4.'UUII. something in Stationery and Engraving : '
........I.I.I.I.I.I.......I.....I.I.............I...i try on earth. There will,br no fijitninent \. j I i imlhTeren! may wrk, whit: .l.'spair If:ir t 1. : .
rebuff Irewour j.i! -e
a may
Cahforr for Mr i f f ,
with ( rltation umUr pres"ICe "f "bllIll"ns: 1
I Mriv: Smith in future and they last feather weight tl'i CAl I L'R WHITE f .:' I jli. \
....*+*.t.o.t.t...a.o.t.t.t.t..i ................. Viand j might 1-e: the ...., : j
r. w ill bteer straight for LU\tora IS i flame an (" 'I'rl's"j' \11 1 Into l desperation. I' 111 i ,.,

THE IMPROVED I soon as the snow bfgn to fly.! I
t The H. & W. B. DREW CO. I r
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I American'Plan DAYTONA. flORIDA. t F. E. C. TIME I 'i'ARLI I E ; 'f
Always.open New Ownership and Management!! : }

i'1I' Renovated and Enlarged Good Service ** IN EFFECT Ji".LAk1' 9. IOJII 45-49 W. Bay St., Jacksonville 11 11l'

Management H. C. F. DOH\.
: :' ..M'TH K..1I.-Ki-,, I'"" N"ictli Bo.' "r. J: t I i.
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I :57.7 'H' aa i:si an :I t"" "' :\ AND \OLK OKDl-: \\ ILL BE FlLL-I : '
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acts a :: :fly , I I' :: "i' 1 :p, 1oJ"Icdt; ; n 1:: L.HahnBcacb -"i'' I tip;) 1 :' ,
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1. : :: " ,;, ',' \\. 7 i iMiami v Wejare: Headquarters [for Alligator Goods and Souvenirs I j
icral! Well Known and Popular UAMONA FLORIDA '' ::.1 : .?:.: - ;: -::: :, .; : : : : t I II fl i,
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[eking 4. in China and Orangewood, New andExclusive } 1.! ,t11 1 I II
Overlooking the Beautiful Halifax Ri\er ; I

iness s I S A Homelike aud lorn'ottaMi! 1I.u,,"<:. l-ir>t Class m a'I! rvc t'.:.:! t This schedule is published as a matter of news to readers of I Novelties.I i: i I I' wl 2

nt utP Interi,11 lll l.t C. O CHAMBERLIN, Proprietor : the Daily News and not as anadvertisement t I'I' I i

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...... !._ ,. .-.' ...N... ---i.-...'.:... :... ...:.... I t I The Brown Rat. 1
: : "' ;>" "" LOVING CUP.
': :; : ";; 1' { : ' 1 HISTORIC
:" I t I The best way to make a i
V. '. /. '}:1'Z". ,.i. l ;; /5t. fJ, Fifty Years Ago Today. ance of nits I Is to turn a cobra ; '
.r,:::: ::..)..4.!.( .7;:: ::: I
'" Turn Goldsmith Garriek
In
Owned by I .
.l : ": '\ .::: It will .' I 4t'
: ;i.; : ISQ' f.1't. ;:; Jan. 19. place they inhabit. I
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":r :' Dr. Johnson and Burke. i
short I
1 out In an amazingly: i "
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: 1 I The famous literary tjciety of London Georgia withdrew from the I the nits. ff qn
most i Is'opln prefer I ;
.- fulled the Savasu dub has Union. I I .
-- tralH-1 ] not for eats' owls weasels !
tional connection with Will's "- j '
house. and the Mermaid tavern of ear- Twenty-five Years Ago Today.The I other animals In '
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EABREEZE and DAYTONA j man. In si short time the
CHAS. F. BEACH, two enterprising and DAYTONA ly tlajs. The reader of Mr. U'ataou's I presidential successionbill j try would be one vast rattery.

progressive towns on the Hali BEACH volume of h,Mory and anecdote relating I (now in force) became a law :i rate at which these animals ; > I
8URGMANTHE fax Peninsula, are geographically to the dull will come across in its '' and had the immediate effect of : is stupendous. They; are I

one although incorporated as sepa- PHARMACY pages imideutal mention of things thatrecall designating ;i.. successor to thepresl.Ieuey doubt one of the worst forms' 1 I i
rate municipalities. The towns parallel name that are famous in ourliterature. 'I
of State min, but good, '
south Secretary they possess one : '
the peninsula north and How rich in associations a 'I
REAL for a distance of from three and one- James F. Dobbin Bayard a Democrat instead of In a tight; corner few animals
ESTATE half to four miles, and extend cast ProprietorDAYTONA simple drinking cup way become la I John Sherman, a Republican at courageous than the brown : ',t.t t.
and west from the surging seas of BEACH shown by the following; the time president of the senate. hard pressed have leen !!
MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax: Everything Usually I in 1C! there was brought to the I The office of vice president was I at a man's!' throat. Two or :
beautiful tide water Carried In a First club a most remarkable relic of which
River, the In little fortress with
a
Stors vacant a
FOR stream that sets them apart from Class Drug he! lord mayor of London had recentlyobtalnel Ing only large,: enough,: for ,1 W
with which have close Our Prescription This was a lovmg I ,
they possession.
Daytona j t .
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SEABREEZEBOUSE Department Is Complete I time to come In and go out
communion by means of three In every cup holding a pint or a little more
OWNERSHIP OF THE AIR score of ferrets, and If one ('
OPEll BOUSEPk. bridges, as well as a half-hour ferry Respect'PhoneItt I which, as certain Inscription testified, more courage'than his

. 177 service.Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are I I was at one time the property of Oliver NOW EXCITING INTEREST. venture to enter the lions cJETa10RGORhfER
Goldsmith. On (JoldsmlthN: dttith It "
essentially summer and winter must look well to himself! or
sorts and are making hundreds I I passed Into the hands of David c.;!lr. InUrosting Theories Explained at Political never come out alive.-London I TO'i I wes
mm new friends every year among rC-1 BRANCH rlck and thence to the possession of Science Meeting. ll
who desire to escape the & one of the literary and artistic clubs I' l '
ing extremes of heat and cold, : of the day. Organ Pipes. News Sn;
The names of the different 1I
INVESTMENTCH their hotels and boarding housesarc NICHOLSONFEED **Aerl l Jurisdiction" the sub- : I
Then after an Interval It passed Into \ was
.. now receiving splendid patronage AND LIVERY Dr. Johnson's' hands, for one of the In- ject of a paper read recently by George: an organ pipe are Interesting. I Of thefraudulent
discriminatingclass stance, the air I Is forced in
the most I
from STABLE scriptions engraved on its silver rimrecords G. Wilson of Harvard university at I
of tourists. hole in the pointed toe of < : elell
that !It was presented to Burke the meeting of the American Political
The ocean itself, with, its marvelous AUOrd r Glv< n 1 t goes through the due (the slit maker" 1 readnBLAME
his friend Samuel Johnson, doctorof Science association at SL Louis. Professor I
Desirable beach, hard as macadam and Attention by
Prompt : the side) and strikes the lip.
in smooth as a floor, is the greatest at. letter:?, as a memento of Johnson's Wilson told of the three principal ;
Locations Careful Drivers cases It then hits the beard ( \
traction, although earth, air and sky visit to Reaconstield. which was theories that have been established
FaniU tar with RoadsE.
of I cylinder attached Just below
any part seem to have entered into a combi- Burke's home. The date of the presentation as to who controls the air with respect !
Sc.abreczeOfft nation to enhance its every charm. after the to aerial navigation. Ing) and rebounds against the I
i wag Iii. five years
The beach is the famous automobilerace A. BRANCH death of Goldsmith: and five before the The e three theories, he said werepromulgated ducing a double vibration. h..tff'1 I I l ,
I course where every world's Real Estate I also a tongue, and the upper :
AteatBt'lu.'h at the meeting of the ln-
INU
I death of Johnson I FOR
(Indiana' : Evanavllle, and straight-away record has been made, Cottages t I I ternationalonference on aerial navigation called the barrel.-Exchange.Faultfinding. I : J N
Rt>abn't.'zt", Florida and all these records it continues to a Mpt'clalt.ySfLDfN'S : held. at Paris. .
hold without rivalry. ESSEN'S BAKERY. I
The beach has a width of 300 to i I The first theory Is that the air Is
Often the !
most unhappy i>
,
500 feet and can be used from two free for navigation;. by any machine: ,
L. Z. BURDICK hours after until two 'hours before i Said to Be the Largest Breadmaking regardless;. of its nationality.The those who have lost the art of Deforestation
In the World. I lion and become In
CONTRACTOR high tide, thus giving an average of I DAYTONA BEACH Concern second theory Is that the state- .I experts .
and BUILDER seven or eight hours for automobil- Shoes 1'he largest:; bakery In the world Nlocated has: the right of Jurisdiction over all faultfinding. Beauty I Is t>\-. Floods Sal
Cottages a H peel nit.v ing some part of each day. Dry Men's Goods Correct, in Kssen. Prussia the home of I the air alM.\e ire the same r..mnltlrilal'plII : but they nee It not because ; ,

Estlmatesfurnlvhed All "Work Guar Seabreeze and Daytona Beach each WearAI" the great I Krupp nun f.ictcry.. It Is a ; ;': in the stir: over the states as flaws somewhere below It. I.' :: : ;
have a permanent population of approximately I should turn their .
a nteed.SeabreezeFlorida. ordi- Oii from vast buildinjr: in which' seventy workmen on term tinna. ers : : l I !!
1500.
enforced Sanitary, streets The t" 'uslie Inn I dhided! into two shifts work The third: ] theory f is: that the aerial glasses upon themselves and' FLAMMARIONEighteen
nances are strictly .
and sidewalks are well kept, and night and d.iy. Iverythhlg: ;' I N done by space n.iy 1- rt'iranliHl in tin same cover why they are not love''

new streets at 2 bm; opened as fast r machinery, sa>'s the. London lost. A light;. as the m. '.!ii-niiiHly, I that It Nfree. ;
V.C.GRANTPLUMBER as the incrca>ia; population demand A. \VANDE VORD j screw turn<*"iinieixiiijrly a kn"*ading: with! "- Ttii limitations. Tlie Conversation.Conversation : "

*. Beside* hotels and boardinghouses 'ulllr.C'tur fur trough, Into which are [Miun-d s, nu' I Iwatl'r i ocean" his :i t'i'"...e mile zone \ hi'heach warms the m .. Month]
/ Water, steam iII.I there; is arable; collate acco- MASON WORK I and tenks of tour of ln) I ttali!JOIn .-.iiroIs along Its C.MM. ens the imagination;. and) is ) '' Due to Conti
I
(instatingPhono modation for ;:.11 winter visitors in j of .1x1 6utdfConlretr I"Vunde.i.Ii. This s\.....-in mivilit; Iw sipjITiM' tll I lieair starting. trthlIn.. / ., which is : Caused byFrenchman
165Su1KXYTOXA both towns. I C 'urhlll.:;" This. machine. Makes :Ih"utlU.I.t( <> : ) by ..-':,""s111u; ;: a height limit sty. ately) pursued and taken and : ; I Ass
11KAOII: All the attract-vencss! of Seabreeze hid. w.dli.+ .. t. I l oundof. bread each day in the shape seven thousand feel U>low \\hi<-li \.n. would III'\'.M- halve incurred 1 in I fetsor Thinks TIt
KMiKIUAPINEHURST 11.YToo.:.; H"\t'll: lit J 2:;.'NNI small 1.aH'..i and !:I.n'MI'' l.irse! :; trol \vonUl IN \ext ><] in the state and er intercourse of epistolary .
applies to j. "it ''la Beach, the two .
Il.la\"l'. :'. pri' ,liie towns' bcint U similarly situated.The
'I.
develop.it of Daytona Beachhas of 24I.N) |M nnds each. All the operation; the high. seas. central Fnr I .im ;
FITZGERALD of breadmakinj: ;' an performed in Mns! The se-on.l of these. three systems' Dead Authors. Flatuntro.n C
been faiiv
its
as phcuorniu.il
1\'I1II1"ul"ln-ive .... as &: colossal bakery. The wheat arrives Is:: must favored for the c.mtn,l of tide The society of .' aid authors : does not li,' '" ..te.
sister ou t nortT! and each year .
Daytona Beach OATESLAWYERS there. Is cleaned ground and brought; air, l'rofl'SSlJr'II*ln said. The aerial i advantage' over that of Ih'in: ; normal:.I ? :' HT
there is a suL.taai:iial growth. The ;
1lJkrn Convi'iilfii- great sand dui, have been leveled I autouiat!''ally to the kneading:; tr urli; rights,: of the private property owner they never flatter us to our i'! I the old) < ,. n'
's teas KiltfHUcnsotiaMf.. ,. and hindsonu homes! have been by a series yf rising;: and desWmlinpll ;.: nisI bate IHMMI omsidered. and it is: slander us behind our backs, or l are %iuethit II
Mrs.V.. II. Freeman I "es. held that he controls the air above his upon our privacy, or quit their i I : : I hl.\!..> 'mlgait '
built for b./h! winter aud all- -
1'Kipriftor round occupanc/ year Daytona. Fla.I There are tliirty-sK d,>ul,le ovens, property to a certain lu'l.rbt.ht'e; until we take them down ('' Tinin I

and the workmen' who watch o\" -r tbe that the state! jurisdiction Ls in force' i : l1Ii'". 1 nu'I
-- i baking;. of the bread; earn from St.) I iI What They're Not ;, Rtlghuult, I. (l.

.*************************.******... ............***. ; 10 cents an hour, making' nn avrrajre: : Masliingtoij:: : (who Is taking; his leave) I When two women get their I fl'aill :, ."d I x.detgoin .
: of '.ii i cnts a difllr; ele\eii hoiir : -.\w. it seems to me. :MLv: Mwleisn, gotner in a | arlur Irs :a safe i : : ;"; t
i 1 1 Promptly executed at i on dll ty. They have c"ffe and bn-.id 1 hate'yfawgotten something. Aw.- I they're not discussing the Slimmfi nainn

I Fine J b P Gazet"te i iA& i fur; also the Use of n l athpin.! fur 1 let me see. Miss: :IorldhYour: glun Detroit Free Iress. far stun. n .t!o I
j
Printing ? .
News Office. they are repiirttl to Le'I!p theniselxes I perhaps? Mu: Iiiiigtim -Ob, nooV: --- ; Thunder w .i'< n)
*oJltltlt'ssI.\" c't-an; :and must wash their I \\eiiiembah. Aw will you uiawwy This i- the best day the I I"t'r ; i :: : a day i>:.ss.1Ii) tvl]

&Nu axx s.taxxlss YJl.Jtltt..YYJx.JtY.ex..ttYY-K XtttAC/ .M.. .. I' hands eight i; I times a 11.1) me? >v nceii Tomorrow Wilt be : times. "' "u, do I
whole nfNriHIn .
- I-'ranisinoe 'e ,

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a whole f',ir'tnglj)
taT tiir
frpring. of !!IIIH! n j
terrific disasier f dl

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r. flooded n cad I'llmeafure


Choice Port River front ducts feared: to the that a mass who foil)



Orange Property. and then''ad Slam Wetwitzerluld fo:


many U no .luj

every wl..rl. out

Fronting a clear stretch of river; no marsh. Ridgewood Avenue and New Smyrna SUIIied a.'qn( '*". ,'rII'"Ifckles


Road on two sides. River road and street on other two sides Were hardly I tit(,".''.',,q o oGerman ,1I'tlrin ,.

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Improvements being made on all sides of property. '' '-s' |

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Inon\ .MIf)
1 teen am) 'ii
hotel\ af .>;
Mannlie' 'd
i- J RIDGEWOOD AVENUE alert nt" ... e

Madrid a'
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\ I : week ill fit' ul
i : i was' n .' <. 'ilt '

EE I diiih I 13 4 tfl'I I diiiib I 13I lying..ull1JJl'r dism.Htrojlng '"l:. ''t'..

I I I i -ii 'r.
I away ailelegraphu-<"'"and


I 13 12 I I 11 I to I g i 9 I' 7 tiou.s.were leftI tsoianng< ). a

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I PRICES: causing great, I i-
Attractive terms will be.made o i I In the Interior


u E to anyone buying to build on i j. I I Lot 1 200x346, $1,100. of From the Thames London,)

z 'I I Lots 3 and 4 79x346'each out for over H
any of these lots. I I. both sides of til.1I

I I I J $750 for both each. I. IlractJc'UIwilt
$400 foil
__ __ or are floodeo
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These will be maintained :
prices W and bungalows, |
I I I' Lots 7 8 9 10 11 each the lands'mle< .
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f for but .
thirty
days we Q merged anti 0/
I. 79x346 be rt-bujn i iflerrnineO s'
reserve the right to raise them $300 each. I o, I-


after that time. S 0 ( ( ;i Lot 12, 100x346, $350. All rM

l\ Lot 13 100x346 $400. Everwrw '
1 ,, Z 1 4 5 I to txpi -' III,
I ; hla for t I I II feet iinneItants tllI.
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,I. village: .u) a
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EEl I I 13 The -: till' '
[:_ I I 1:1 come a rrsummit.

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Austin'

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HALIFAX RIVER T. 1

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\ Address E. F. GATES Secretary PORT ORANGE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY th.re-...J"" .


J'L L : 1 >AYTONA. J OUIDA OU dir lire..-.


W. C. HOWES Port Orange who \\\!1l be glad to show you the property.- tit th."al'. ;.


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THE DAYTONA DAILY "NEWS\ Pare Seven
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r AX .<'- M. i A SPLENDID FARM !Ze \


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_RMOND v, ,L.4. its A'w; i Sixteen acres all under fence, 7 acres in thorough cultivation, +

x Ib r s 4a" : 21-4 acres fine muck land, well drained, flowing well cottage J .

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,t ' E of 3 rooms and other buildings. This is a good proposition. :
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Limo old log..J aid; -lJIf/J'EMlIY1"MJ71I@4AA'r'a! i ,'t' 1K, .I A1 Y PRICE I
I IBT iPfLL $2,500.
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KO out in the Z.K .{ ?
rienne ou'l1 and slX'PII : I
AcyEtiy
b.rn. II 9
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I"World haeele8. 1, I 15fAl .
re no such comwinler- w .1Y f r 1 v .. .

1K IMIJlo p itroundsartle the c1 1 I Ii EDMQNDSON & DONNELLY i.f. i
abort'a of '
UalUax. } Iq t C :AI ; 4f1 ltfWEC7MhJ7JymWI E Y

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MACON.fv II K i -6oyME + ... I I. .
ee rent property in
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THORNTON At one time a laborer at $-I..U per week James A. Farrell has been chosen president of the United States Steel corporation at I Daytona? :

) f''N r I ws Snapshots $lUU,(M1U a year. Davis t-Iikins: of West Virginia has been selected to succeed his late father in the United States senate. .. .. ,I.

RMOND f: Stricter supervision of banks in New York state will result through closing! of Carnegie Trust company and other lJankingf. : SILVER BEACH ::: :: $7,500 buys one of the best residence :

1 IN ANY WAY Of i the Week iustitutions. Arguments; were made In the United States senate in the case of Senator Loniner of Illinois charged with on Ridgewood Ave. Com A
I
- ITKRE&TEDPROPERTY IN f. fraudulent election. Trial of Mrs. Laura .... Schenk for the murder of her husband I is now being fought out in Wheeling\V.; |( Va.) court. A new "peace- : Extending from : :i pletely furnished and located on :

IRMOND OR maker" Dreadnought, the Arkansas, was launched: Jan. 14 at Camden. N. J. I corner lot. Call on .
:
.' River to Ocean 1 .
\fOND BEAOH -- -- -. "
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Will Glv Your America to Blame. 1 I 1 M. L. Waggoner
Mines* Prompt ; i r 1
1 Attention BLAME AMERiCAs "These winds hare always : FOR SALE OR RENTS : : .
Queen Victoria of Settles
but It Is only of late that we eXlsted'l Spain :I Office People's State Bank. :

ticed them in Europe. Why . :I There are two tlcketttoth! .- (',y.tlll :
INUNDATIONS late The reason is to be found in Domestic Differences With King I BINGHAM THOMPSON 1 : : TIiiitrf for tomorrow I\\\L\\\\ \ HI the .

i. CARNEll the wholesale deforestation in the I i : 'I Pailv VBnM.\\-\\" office for Miss Stella ..

llMOND, FLA.anafctnrer United States : .........................i'; ,..........................

| of "It is admitted that the west winds. l.f J.;;: ... . ::...-.o:! ,,:. :,.,.[! ' e Home-Made sit a rule touch the earth in America, I -- - - ---

: VA : Deforestation Caused Europe's and In times past the luxurious vegetation Y r.YiYiY.Y.YiYCOIADOATES

JitYMALADRS of that country served as a very i ta.AS

AND .. Floods Scientists Claim effective obstruction of their violence :n #hf rTmr
TROPICAL In many case"' arresting them and always t \

|PRESERVES I retarding them. Now nothing,:
kl.I ,
'.adJ Attention. to stands in their way and that is why I II
Ordera

ST.Am.>MUb rlpim? 1sdtlonltuffaio.T,;- -I FUMMARION! CHIEF ACCUSER. Europe Professor suffers.II." Jacoby. the astronomer !' sv"ti. l AND INSURANCE' INC. _

\ InitlaKxiMfei.oxttloii.Hi.LouU. of Columbia university, thou l1tFlammarilll a ''hIW !I
.n-l'harleaton 'J theory rather farfetch M,
1..lltn" I"nrchlt ff \ _________. .
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< Eighteen Months of DemoralizationDue ed. "There I is no doubt" he continued s., :, ___ ; r* [
Iw L\ r .. CONRAD BLOCKTHONE 128
to Continued Bad Weather "that forests hate n certain amount of )S :f

Caused by Thinning of Trees, influence on the violence of the vviud. w 7 rl ,
but iu far local conditions
only so sis
Frenchman Atierts-Columbia Professor :4 Y4
UNDGROYf are concerned. When you come to
;. Thinks Theory Farfetched. We to offer the following
ti beg
talk of the west Minds that travel over z ::0:

RANGES F It is long from America to half the hemisphere. how can they lie
a way 4 from list of :
and central Europe, yet Professor Camille arrested or retarded by more treex. e Y :: our ;;
take them as high as you lik(>' Tot\ 6 k s>;rY' "o '
[ Flammarion, the French astronomer !
apefruit-
_ does) not hesitate to say that the air Us suppose a chain of mountain-\ property:

;st: Grown normal weather conditions atllh'ting one mile and one-half' high and .ill t .: K

-a on Rt. Augusta the old continent for almost two vears beautifully wooded stood in their nay.: I r ; '

ttiot AutoinoMloNorth lu 1\111. are due in great measure to the \\ indsthat and let us suppose we cut down all' tli- ;r No. 124-S4.SOO will buy furnished 2-.. -

nfrJol blow from ourhore.. frees on t'loin.' d.i yon. think the di<1orncein .. -= house on Volosia: avenue, four bedroom -
, j OUMOXDId > the wtltllIltJ In untiitl':i .lI
The first three day of this year ,. : :-:0- : and bath, five rooms on first 'e
do) not tlliuk11 as long; as the roman r
Knox rn'' gave many Americans a taste of what ""<\If AJ' :: floor. ;;;>

Id England, Trance, Italy, Germany.Bpain talus remained"APPLE -....
Compar.j'iI i and Switzerland have been nn ?. No. 1C1-52,200, Furnished cottage,

O\V I'ottofflce I dergolng for over eighteen months TREE WORTH $30.000. fait- all conveniences, garage.. Fairview

Summer was hardly experienced even $' avenus.

as far south ns Italy and the Itiviera Was Planted Twenty Years Ago by
Finely ex
No. 10?-$1,300, five room furnished -
Thunder was in the air and scarcelya Washington Indian. ;;

ecuted at day passed!' without a storm sometimes Thirty thousand dollars was the MUD house:, one acre of land, Holly Hilt,

this office. of an hour sometimes for a recently offered au l'a!>\ft'rn'a'hlll! ;' $4..F ;: fruit tree.. !

whole afternoon. ton nursery company for an apple tree -:. ''
In France it Is almost two years: located near Lake, C'helan. The proffer dr :: No. 119-7 acres land, 3CO orange,

since good weather has prevailed for was made by' a syndicate which desired r peach and persimmon trees, 6 room

a whole fortnight. This began in the to propagate' the titv. It was rejected 2'. dwelling, $2,000. #
spring of 1009 and culminate the
by the which
terrific disaster in 1910. when nursery company No. 103-$3000, five acre bearing
January
will develop the fruit itself.
practically the whole country was The tree Is twenty years old and Is :: grove, South Ridgewood.

flooded, and Paris suffered In such called! the Chelan. The fruit is golden > t No. 105-$7,500, house
new on I Llots
measure that for a day or two it was!
yellow and Is said to IK different from I '
feared the whole city would l>e reduced ,. Ridgewood avenue. ;
" that of any other apple grown in
1iL to a mass of ruins. A charming story I" current Madrid; which .proves that the gentle art of
Washington. It is also said. tv possess ; No. 106-$1,200, two large, deep
"lying like a gentleman" did not die with King Edward of England It hi-
Sad Weather Sortad ; exceptional keeping qualities, a on South! Ridgewood. ,
been known for some time that then have been some very unpleasant hours ::. y
box having been kept In storage in i
Switzerland followed and then Italy at the royal I'a I 1The fllln and time king have l teen decidedly "nt out*" No. 120( -; acres [land, 100: grange<<
for two without 1
Spokane any I
and then Spain and England and Ger-; marked d..tt'rlllrttillu.TweutJ years. to much so. indeed, that more than owe ('.'lIrt circles have whispered that her trees, truck land 5 room cottage,
many. With June the water subsided majesty intended "going home to her II lilt ht'r," The friction dates back to thee' 1000.:

errWh\rt'. but none of the river returned >- years ago, the story runun publication of the report that It w ae King Alfouto who.!. Introduce.. ] tluOUMI, I I'

\ quite their normal let el. The Indian planted' u hlIl1lfulf apple King Manuel 1 to the fascinating (J.ibv' Deslys. the U'antlfnl KrencJi ti-tr. : No. 107-J2.200), five room cottage t. 1 1i
I seeds three of which Tin- fruit i ,
ilies were seldom clear, the crops} grew. The story was! guardedly printed In Madrid but the English papets: w h'm; '. I i Dayton and Cypress streets, large .
were spoiled and summer frocks wcietardly I of but one of the trees was good for reach the palace published it In extenso. and l when the etu.wlt| r"hd J It Mn':'" : lot. r': t t

worn at all. ;. anjthln:;. The trw Is nv of ;;rent was a "scene' Her majesty: demanded an evplan.itlon.: and although the kiiudenknl -.. .
During! the first weeks of November size and u prolific bearer.' Kiientl.vat the Incident the royal relations lKiiiin> stnilneil In his: extreinltv. mm mi l ::: No. 103-$1,500. small bungalow ::;: t .

Germany began to exTience venous : the i\:itioual apple I show at 1"kauI': the ,. West Magnolia lot 50x150, almost t,
attached the kill
| distress, fill'lfon (' t Is really tlt'ott'lll, to <|iiet ti. :apI \ t
fruit frua the I.K.1, tir-t prue for ; 'e4 E JI.ii
Inconvenient The Rhine: rose seventeen tut- I pealed to that prince of goo.l (ellow's the king of 4rw.w. King (I ee.r.e nt : new. tj

and one-half feet above its mean new varieties of :appios. once promised to straighten, the ttn1t.: and in a few days there :appeartd: : :: No. 121-Home on Ridgevuocd, centrally a' r' i lit!i'' j

level at Cologne, eighteen t feet at dispatch. from Paris which! s'tjtd\ that lab.i: I >.-sl\N had )IM-CII ,>xlnl>it;n-: t-.
.located, house rebuilt recently i itr
Mannheim and two and threequarterfeet HERDBOY HOST TO ROYALTYLord ber friends n letter from IiU Hellenic majesty: which ran in .effei't "U'l.'! r four bedrooms modern conveniences ...... a a'r
at Moselle. I have you been 10 Indiscreet a. to add to the misfortunes of the royal liou-c. \ =' ri..1 I :
garage, ... $7,00.(? : i.. I
Madrid came next, after the first! Mount-Stephen Rose to Peerageby of Portugal by boasting of your capture of' King Manuel Had I KII"\MI II't'f

week in December last This time It Merit. I that any act of mine would lead to this fal-e: step on your part I certainly: ': I No. 110-$2000, truck farm 7' 2 -=,. t tj I

was a cyclone that caused the floods, The king and queen of England,; were should not have done yon the ,great and most undeserved: honor of :allowing; 1a acre cI I.2red. 2 acres tiled, house : I!

submerging Seville and all the low recently entertained by a man who began you to kiss!l! his majesty's hand. That I should have in :a moment of indl-de I.1. 'I'I .
13fh lying districts as far as! Malaga, destroying life as a herdboy In Scotland. The I tlon as great as yours have introduced his majesty to you is a matter which I ,. and barn. '

railroad bridges, washing I career of Lord Mount. tl'l'bt.u. -wllt most sincerely regret" Needless to "say" means were idopted by which yneei, No 11''$9000, one ef the best i' I "I 1 I :

telegraphic away miles and of railroad, communications mining, nil was their majesties'! host at IlrtK-ket Ena saw the letter! and now the relations of the Spanish royal family are i 1 homes. Ridgewood; furnished' large : ij 1:1
telephonic Hall has l>ecii tine of the romances of again of the most affectionate (haraiter. I
isolating many villages, which I lot, garage. j y :I >
modern biograph, ---- --- ---- - --- !
were left in a critical situation, and Prom herdlo.v he rose: to l e a draptr's i No. 122-New house, Gent'al loca J'i. :\ ;
causing loss of life and Northern Eskimos. Novelists In Monasteries. 1 I 11 ,
great property apprentice. and worked afterwardas tion, beautifully furnished, large lot, ,1.:1: j ;
la the interior and along the coast I I The northern I>klmohave. nb-l Tolstoy was not the first modern I I'ii II

From London stories of the floodingof I fjore.au assistant Then he decided In a London to try his drapery luck i I| lutely nt.nt'f the conveniences- ely writer to seek refuge iu u monastery <-:r modern in every way, garage, $11OCO. 1 11;

the Thames valley have l een sent in | ilization. The WC.IJH.IIS they use in from tile troubles and tribulations ul No. 113-One of the most beautiful ;- t. f '
whither he
ln Canada emigrated
I
ont for over a month. It seems that | the hunt un tlppe l with l Kane cr. mort.I i the v\orld. The French IJl" oust homes in Daytona, artistically .: ,
tKO.hat fortune be met with thereIs i
both I[ with native <' whit h lluysuiau.s' also did so, but he did Hut. I '
sides of the river from Oxford to well: known i usually, opper.{ i I furnished and equipped, large ,
gar'I'I
practically within the city of London I 1 they work tm't| > skillfully. Rows atnl i remain In the IJjtJU a 1'1 tt')'" 'vcrv h'lllhc't i 1,0
lie because head of the Canadian: Pacific age. Offe-s submitted to owners.No. ,
are :flooded for mill's.11 the villas railroad president! of the Hank arrows and scaling :s1 jtarwith' : hid) cause. his l'l'Ul'l1Itivu vf the relin'nuslife ;; I ;: ''ii i

and bungalows that are so typical In 1! canoes constitute the t.utfit.'N eta differed from that "f the ni"iiki 115--$10.DOO will buy one of ,,1 + ;Lv'
of Moiitrc-.l: and president' of the St '
:h the landscape of the Thames are sub I Paul and Manitoba railroad. lie obtained tiles are unknown in those latitude-. It was his pleasant' Labit to -a'l\'! !"itt t the finest homes in Seabreeze, sit- ::: :m i:1:1 I;

\ merged and most of them will have to a pec-rage: : as the reward for his and they subsist wholly! vn tle-h andfish. in evening, dress with a loner in his.' i 1'1iia uited on the river' front; seven bed -=. ,t., s'b : :
be rebuilt buttonhole to dine in town and tll return ; I
because the water has undermined : ; l'f'
the rooms: two bath rooms; beautifully :
lal-or in l'lImJa, being fir t man .0
their foundations. !| i: thanotfd "Vw-.tilUt'li bj has tuis, j.
In the colonies; attain this di-tlnc : : :: furnished: lot 133 x 250. ;;;- 1111., I
;357.-. i An Earthquake. to knock the tuouks up in till -u.a.l]" '"' '
1.|J Countrlee Affected. tlon. lie is one of the most: intimatefriends..f : =- I
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The secretary of agriculture asked: hours of the nx-ruing Tin v tJlol l I r.'l.t -:. No. 116-$2,000 will buy a nice ;: t tI i
In
King ( eorge. Although .
Everywhere weather conditionst-t-ein his ethtyeeund: year he Is more nc'ive the chief of the weather l unrealts a I Isclentitlf like that and so. though th.hat. home: five rooms and bath; hot ;;;: i,.

to be pretty much the same. In Husela than most: men of middle age. man. can you tell me anything I the highest: regard for tbir >I-'I"'f'' '. ;: and cod w..ter; electric lights; corner I I'I'
definite about an earthquake'-i literary giftthey sug it''ft-.l that t I i1
the Dnieper at IIl'nloe: twenty ]t lot. --.5, g!
feet quite suddenly and swept away "Certainly eau;' replied! the wt'atbI j private hotel I would suit his w .I<' <.1!f : r //1\ IU.
I Much Money In Precious Stones. : 'lII' !
Tillages and houses, with their inhabitants New' lurk city's precious stones mar (-r uian. wh( i- witty as wll]1 awis ( life l-vtter than a ('.convent. Ev hinge.I ". No. 123-A bargain at, $3,600, Palmetto ,..' III': .

". is a great movement i --- r 3 bedroom4, bath, completely \ ;
in its wild cource. ket docs not ohaw: evidencet hard \n earthquake ; i, avenue J :r Ii Iil.

The same reports of rain and storms timeThe city i is now JjniortingttKut { ; in real estate.St.. Louis i_:',publi< I i The Spear In the Tusk. ..r furnished? good condition. :g .r.I

'. come even from those countries where <3.r-OO.O"rt> v\c-nh of them each 1 It seems: unbelievable that :i nit: I l. Houses exactly alike in saline row I ra 'f'L

summer conditions should now prevail. l1 ntb. Breakfast Habits. i i negro's iron !'I ear iointe" en arid, 'j-L valued at $6,500. '. ", [
a It If I
.. Australia West Africa and Buenos - 1 Mrs. X.-When my husband! stays half inches Ions t'.v <>"" .-llii!, a ni1'& !t , .111j/ I n
Aires report the same weajher. out all uicht I refuse! to get him any i .
found : :. "I: .
Inches wide has been .1 =-.1'\ :I ,
To this ominous state of i ,p ,
explain !
things I'rvfoM'r t'lauiuiaiiou. made a I A NOBLE CHARACTER. breakfast I over and iecrf'rtly hidden .::1:1:i 'I'..: ?* We have some very attractive fiver front property 'ti ::: ,' :
I Mrs Y.-\Yh1! ny: husband staysit j
startlingt'llll'Ut( iu the French i The man of nobility! of character all night he 1I..r wants any-iitrtun bull elejihant's tU..k. '1'he -...G.. h.i-. 5 in Port Orange that can be sold on reasonable terms :,; ,I/Irt i' it'.

press.. I does not recollect injustice for accurate Trancrlpt.The: ) roost 't! up In a big; :feev :.1 -..i ;'.. :-. .... II I

"Deforestation America is tliieflyresiKmsil.lt : I recoliecnon!! especially! of in- I where the eleph.:!,: .'aimf..i' '\ ..r..' :- and at 10rnccs.. 4 11 I :,i .I

\" he said, "for wheneverthe : juries, is not characteristic of the ': wicked ar,- :iiwavs; ungrateful.: |I I Tbeu he dropi!>.d l 'i:- :-ta:'. \v.'n-i!' i | =1======================= :: ..;" j i I II'{ (', I
barometrical t-j low 1 t tll .fik t .'
pressure we to fifty pound- a i- >
but he .
i magnanimous man, rather --'l'r"ant '
are subject to west winds whkh blow-! : overlooks them. He is not fond of nai e of the i .., ';d :,,1,1'! ,,'i, .' ti..' .i i 1'.1, 5 We have a general insurance agency and :: : !: ;

direct (rlllUllil.ril'a across the Allan : Grouchy \ .<' ,: 1" .. : .. ..:. Here thej 1".;;': '" '.' I ..'1.' . :.. .

tic, practically following, the course! of talking of people, for he v\ill neither bold of the l.l ..-- side.f the !1.1:1: i :i ,. .1 I t.. Tll }1.-: ,.... I ; can insure against t almost everything except :: : ,ql'ql't

the gulf stream. These winds collect: I speak of himself nor: anybody else, Urtice Itov.-* : '. i Ht I s ... .'. : funnel end .. .... -t tlf }: :.c ti...., 5 w M111 1 j ,

vapors on the way and these when for he does not care that he himself no neck: to S( ('.. ": -. .1" .s. II.- ; ;sand broke off and '.1" ._. . >Vf i" liJl; ill ::1'I i'L' 5l frost and taxes. ....; 'z$ It I 1\/\'

-I coming in contact with our dump and Ii should! be praised nor that others wears sue'J ... I n "';" ; ...I>' Ivory like a '..1 i :i i ee. "ili; .- "'Jot'.1 r ;-- '"

chilly continuous laud condense dowiotir, thus causing; oar I I shou'd be blamed.-Aristole.: you can't: get a grip on mm anp' u ?re.ruck :: :I l I i was found when. me: tusk was '.an t.tJ]L :/.JJ..J..r.1------JJJ.I. +i !>taiall+li+ !.II aa !,> !. !!, !,I i!,1.a.lllllll, 1 .i. t ,,1 I: "

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: : ReductionS : :. BARNES : ; day; moderateS

iEMBROIDERIESi ,
: THE NOVELTY MAN : SUITSCAPSand : j,
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'e .H.lls Stationary and w'hool SuppIi, .
. . Phonograph. Mewing Machines. Bathing
:. S We are overstocked on HUNT'S Typewriters. .rOl'k..ry. (1I'-->wiire. '
: and JONES' : .'utl..r'hhln; ; TackToyi! and Sixth Season-1
superior quality : 0 J
: For the largest stock of Embroideries and the best : FRUITS ranging from 1 to 5 lbs.a . : Notion : SHOES .,
BARNES I
o in tins and glass jan.Ve are R -
: values at the lowest prices go to The Big Store. : : going to sell these goods on SATURDAY : : Will .l40 frame our Pic,ur.-, tit :

0 January 14, at prices 8 . ;>nurt..uup'.and t'nihrellas,4harpen .' '
: Another shipment of Flouncings, Bands, : e per cent. above costSHEPPARD'S : .. nlmo..tllllythll1.th"tl..outofwl1ack\"urM.tw4andoth-r! k..ndr.'pnlr ..: i COME AND SEE OUR LINE. I. WALLAIArt

: Beadings, etc.J just received. : U ln-fuct, for any want call on f and Jei,
.. S [ GROCERY : Carries an excinsi]

: BARNES :: I e style Postcards
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: West End of Central I
Bridge : : The Chas. E. Gardiner Co. View BTOYNOF
: THE NOVELTY MANS
An ortlt'r for 25 c nts! on this store .
THE PECK-HENDRICKS COMPANY I will Is- given K.: ". Hall If In- willtili Y .
At th. ullv News ottlo Itffort tomorrow all>!Mouth Bench !street. Daytona; Fin .; LI

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NEW 'I With a complete shop and compe :. and Vegetables .: WHEN mmSIEGE

Pictures tent help we can do the most
Moving I I Alwas Fresh :
work. i i .

I ; fi'O; a. .U LASTED FC
DAYTONATHEATRE .

6R I O 1 ON.i 1 : J. W. Ball & Son : BUT REPORTS


i Opposite the Yacht Club I I :. N*. 231 North Beach St. 'Pho.e 55 : LIFE WAS C//
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Souvenir Night CITIZENS[ fill PAY W. M. SHAFFNERReal positively reixjru clia'tit< :'es'ti tj j


Four Pickerts [FOR WHAT I T THEY[ GET.{ Estate and .the been northeaisiuiit captu.-eu: o> >t tl|

I See the Souvenir in Rowe & Co.'s Window -- Fire Insurance under General BomB
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The siege tusi''u f

and Excellent Company of Sixteen I NEW RULES APPOVERD AND 122 South Beach Street considerable f ang

_ ____ _ n__ i i ADOPTED BY THE BOARD OF -- -- - this time, but repo
-.-, of life was rouiparati

.. I Open Daily at 2:30 PUBLIC WORKS AT MEETING When the dfteii>
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,. .'._ and it was rv duut
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-- -- -- -- ---- WEDNESDAY. <' .
T O N I G II T i ------ - .- -= = : c'l' -::... fall into th- auutiouists

Hereafter: consumers: of city water the It'.rc
Ni.:>v Sium KVKUY HOUR I : ....
rilKMKNTlXti"THE : : ..,,!" reported to hake des
\\ ;ill pay for what they get of that I .- ., '
-- .. the Hevol'utlltllh.ti<

BOSS OF Z RANCH commodity instead of being: ob1i:; l I "<.:..-...."..""',..,..... .., It is stated the K-l
to :pay for a certain amount, whether I now begin I. ..as"v
*..F. Ulnim; Harmon violinist OLD LONDON LEGEND.The
at for
or not they have use to march uu 'u> -a;
/Hotel! CLm-ndon. pupils: ..tuten$1 1 1.11 I - "VfBoaPf PROTECT YOUR EYES
----- tity. orations w.u ot an]
per half hour.IJ.Jt;; eod Church That Stands In the Fieldof
Popular Prices Children! 35c. Adults SOc 75c. Reserved Seats at Hankins' point and T--ux o.
: Forty Footsteps. At a meetingof the of | and thus avoid serious eye trouble.

v I II. C. C'antwell.: Florida: l'assens-r!! ; The dlllrd h l Wohiirn :square.} Lon- 1'ubliv Work: held Wednesday afternoon I While out in your automobile wear

I' A-;ent of the Illinois; Central in ;Iti l'IU.. j"i ":li.1 t'. occupy the :site of the the new rules. regarding v\at-i- : goggles of some kind to protect -

-- FieM of Forty FiM.tsteps.: to whlh : from fRED MA
the city today in the interest of hU your eyes the wind and dust,
-- rates and adopted by
were approved
a tnigilegend; attaches. The
,
story
road.: i also the bright glare from the shell

LIMIT '''OUR 4PEN1)ING dates from the daysf Moumoutu's the board. I roads. I have a full line of goggles .

Ii FOU IlEXT-223: X. Ilidgewoud.opp. ,. rt'lJt'lJjun.'ol'dln;: to the version I'uder the new rules an annual from SOc. .
: and save the balances That i is the better way to get a start, financially given in Mr. J. S. Olh'14; "Itelh-s nmlMemorials up.Neville
Too Bennett. :'j I MEETS1N4
than to limit your savings and spent the balance.It rooms, bath saru5e. of London Town." two charge of $.>.OV pays the maintenanceol
: $350.: H. Y. ST1LLMAX.: 42tf Dr. H. Clark
i is surprising how quickly you can create capital when you go about : brothers! fell in love with a woman who the service, gives the consumer I

it in the proper way, and with determination. Remember it is i I either fromaIIous vanity or fearing; the advantage of the city pressure 1

C. R. :M. Sheppard, proprietor ofMie reprisal from the un NOT YOUR S A VINO A AlS
: Sheppard Grocery at the west not siiyvhirli was to ln thefavored and depreciation aud care <,1't for the Sign of the EYE.
alone that will make you independent. Your money must be in a safe place
and must work for you I end of the l't>ll.ml bridst-, is von- s\viln. suggesting that they the, consumers'service and the'':

lined; to his bed by a se.eM attack I should tight: a duel) and I.. the victor water i iei charged for at the rate often i I t

of grip cold but '::.s reported to be she would site lfor -luinns. They cents per J,'14i.' > gallons. I
IPEOPLE'S I came from the town to this sisJ.urlKtnfield. SLED STRIKESwmLf !
STATE BANK somewhat improved and hopes soon These rules are far more )&IMand; !;
I The \ down
vom.iiltnly sit to
to be able! to re-unie charge of his: equible than thos* Iheret.oforeI;/ { OPENEDNow
DAYTONA. FLORIDA. await e\ -nts. she hail not long to
business. wait, lorte and opens the way DO tini.i.*>e ,: COt!
from
judjjin; ;: the rltuul'r of footprints
I'r.-MU ni.M.I'.LI:1.1SU.. .:. I "' .I.hl"I, I- i UU"oIL1.1.1'1..111'0..0. -- ( when one of the I.r.-th.rs fell of city water by many small consumers /

_ \' + H. MK \MIDcALJ I VN M I.. \\' V..>.i'NKU.Mi's. MrCoy Cmtheit new boat: the V?. d..ail. anti :i< the ,'j.-,,,.. :l1'1.r"J.h .! who have hent'iofore Mi d"- (

i..1., of the Indian River Line was she held out her nrms r") prwt him, barred by the heavy imni.: 'tin) FORMER RESIDE

"rousbt:l down from Holly IJill] this \\'(,.- with( :sntlUeii revuUioii Itf f,-.'l1ns l- charge. WITH( FAT, A\, A<

,: morning and moored at the Prince for his l. ...ih T's ti I'''itl>. he slew ber Locatedin

lieorge; dock to be put in readiness I as she stood, auto turning; the weapon SERVICES AT BAPTIST CHURCH. HIS HOMESPRINGS. :

he drove It throtmh his ( wn h.-irt. S. The subject of the Hioriiinnin'nat Our
) ;or her: initial trip in the Palm I
( they vere found stiff in d.-sith with NEW Y|
] j leach! service next Saturday. Shej the UaptLst church next Sunday
j the fo4ttprints stiimpfd in the
IlW j \\ be in command of (31'l.. Wm. I where they rcmiiiin-d iiulvlil.jv wet4lay ) will be "The \Vorb of the eh 11 1'1.' .". New Place Informal .

115.: McCoy In the evening the 1oWlJjt.etIt! b! of the deal umerly
I throush; "umm.>r beat an l winter
I ".J Jut of SOTJOW." Visitors. toll
II oy
I Ii I frost; no given thing; \\"lIlcr\i'IW. tn.hs'
h I II i j M-s. James W. Shield: enter- nor any man build him>elf a dwellingthere. / receive a cordial welcome. We want beach uii '" >

I I taiueu at luncheon yesterday: etone I Stre*ts were erwttnl all round strangers to make our -church !ti! >-ir; Fancy CeleryPhiladelphia t t'u
1 j I o'clock at her home on! Volusiauvenue i but if was uot until tin nineteenth spiritual honte.' Roasting 1 Accordinahere :

\ -- --I) I iu honor of Mrs. Myers, the century tbat men t....k heart of ,:rare \..4I.lX'OI.81'tU'UOJ.'IIE, Chickens MaulT: s
and built l a ,hun-li 'then-, nhen the 1'as.turMr.
I daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. II. II. I striking a !
P. II. McCill.! : who has boeii *Item, 'mbewe: k--ep everything in Hoeue. The dining room vas artistically <'unso'raliull ,.f the ground; rolleil lark Cape Cod Cranberries a hill n-., I
I I the curse and the memory of the leg; and Mrs F. WiUi* and liitl>
visiting her brother, II. U.I Taylor ladies and I
seat's
wearing apparel
i de'.-otctted iu a yel!oantl Springs. .V- K
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and family in this city for the pasttu'o 'i{t at the Bee five Xorth reach St. girt white color scheme Nine guess ; t-n l grtMr: faint fRt (11..1! I away. sc.u. John Randall 4bttltw, ;\vvs\etl\ Spring Ducks fractured .u < ..

aft. Wednesday fright from Kreepo!, .
mouths departed Wednesday:
were :Mr hurried (t..
ernoon on her return to her home at I preheat. Myers expectsto ,1 DOWN THE BACK OF HIS HEAD Long Island! X. Y.. for a v-t: ;: ..f l Fancy Fruits and Vegetables t
E. L. Udnn leave where h
returned from Jacksonville nxt: week oa her return to : >- '
.Atlanta seas: i several weeks' nigh Mr. and: Mrs..1.I I: )
without
Wednesday evening Mr.Gunn Plttsburg I (M i
A Parting of the Hair From Whicl .I Randall ait their winter hour 'f'U''
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was called to Jacksonville by I Mr. Mau''
L. G' I.ytuan has: quite aa assitt- I -- j We've Partly Parted. South ttldK4"ood a t"nue.1 r.,; <: .
business Monday and while in that and has .-,.: ,
meta of hand aiuUnl china and cut I Peter K. J>edr <'k. a recent arrivalin 11'hat has 1"1(.' of our a ill kuoarti WtILs is the daughter ot'11': 1t.i:>- '
city visited his brother E.: O. Juan this city: died yesterday at of fellow t.\vjisniin that uvd; tft brush tel at Sitar -
class!; : articles on display[ !in the oho.. one .Ial! DAYTONA
': who was injured some weeks ago by I II the his hair '"It from HIMt.vt,
window of his grocery store wiiK-h < leading hotels. Mr. Dedrick ,>ry.s a nsl-l
are to be given to ivitrons warh: I a fall in the electric light plant at I I came here in company with his wife faij fr .mr"Hu t<> <'.*n.-ir iirnl >will< COLD STORAGE CO.R. WHEAT OPENS HII

Jacksonville. He found him and their son-in-law and daughter.Mr. the! end: over his 'N'? II. ui> a THEN LO|
.
goods purhasetl.i'Ladies' some-I
what improved but his ,- leadingiti.en.! : He sat in ,It.. utp t D.
I and Irti. IV CJ. Ten Eyck. will JOHNSON Mgr, CHICAGO.
still slow : "-u in front at churvb and a!iluay: :i' -"
Hairdressing parlor. 1! very arrive today to accompany the
: I I i i t'id' .-d the HU"\\'. He worked iu H ISATURDAYI steady today u
Volusia avenue. :Mrs. I.. A. SCIIO- widow and the remains to their I! tiank: iu St. l.oitln and was ina.t..m Later it 1 lw "

1''IEhD.. T-T FOR (tome in Albany. X. Y., where the .
S.\LE-\ Sholea
U'miogton '; one .t the Misis> typewriter in perfe.-t condition; I i'ttieigivent: will b.* made. They will He was a n..rwllk..r in a Nw i JANUARY 21st I II

i U. G. Fletcher went to ..rickSOIl'ville : cost $110; can be bought: for $50. Enquire : leave here tomorrow morn:ing.; i 1..rk dry gM
Wednesday afternoon t<' attendto of E. DLllIngham at Daytona I 1 lust ..:r the main stn-er. 1'xually hoe..r TRADNF' |

some busiue matters and ato! Novelty Works. 23-tf: a cluster of diamonds with a lit- We will sell for Cash
A Stone's Throw. I I I 'V, YOKh(
to attend the meeti'ng'' of the Masonic ; t'-: --hain attached liU shirt fr >ut in
: "The ancient Il..,uiutu had above date .
a catapultthat .. on regular ai : op-|
Grails Lodge now in socsioa | H.' w; a <-oiidll 'f r on the day -x-
An automobile from Philadelphia could hurl rooks wore than the .
party a
in Jacksonville. He expected to return mile." "pre s. :t Mason and 1 an Odd Fellow. lit 11 gal ''nr > 'I us: will j:i ,"*<)n be gain auo.d.
Imported Salad j lriri;;
has arrived here from the j! "divided. .
prII'f'.t' l medicine and work1! in the Tn. a Saturday. north and will several "Now I understand it." j j"What $ l.tjl) II IIUll helt luorJer Steel
spend days in ?" |i boot and! sh n* store. He had tteen t. fr.tfti Schloss Bros'. stork, w A

191l automobile for sale Daytona before proceeding on their j I California and [>Iny.*tl cards for uioi I 12:
Kelloggy
"My landlord told me this hou e wa :, package* t; to make room fur them and: get the
journey, which will take
them across .v
cheap; up-to-date and fast reason a stone's throw from the Corn Flake l.tlC i
the state to Tampa and other weat: depot. lie 'I Well. he's still in town although cash, we .titTer all ,"ur three piece .
for soiling am going abroad. E. D. must hare had It on his hands since! I S Ibs. d
coast towoa. In 'the party are W. :, grl"d(1)cb n f"IJ. It wm all the blir.ber' } all grade Bulk (
W. ROSE. Tu-Th tf the time of the 'a8l1r.t.Cle'eland I Snits: except blue, :as fallows :
.
Tea
S. Pope. J. S. Sherman and lr.- Leader. fault. When he: was In his! prime itnt)

and :Mrs. H. .\. Sherman. \: and known to everybody the barber
Mr. and Mr 3. J. E. Dent, of Nashville j I used to trim hair. Later he began tn i K; pkgs. Pearl Hominy .;.jO 1 $25.00 and $30 Suits at $17.75

Tenn., arrived Tuesday, driving Cleverness Cleverness: and eunnlng and Cunning.! are Incom j I'I,I cut It It wasn't! long before:! our wellj I 12: pkgs. Seeded Haiiiua l.X( ) I Ipkgs. I 16.25 Y II. we arc
22.50 Suits at dames a sties
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down from Jacksonville in their au- j kuowu fellow citizen was nipped! by
'IJ
tomobile a Marathon manufactured A Satisfied patible. I never saw them united.! The ; the Hhearn, his looks curled on the:! calico : Cluster Raisin: I.'M' > I : 14.25 llesitets ad it i. 1
J latter I* the resource of the weak and : i 20.00 Suits at ftaciat .
around his! neck and rolled i. just what thelest
Nashville. Mrs. Dent pinned
t B.ti Mr. and Li only natural to them. Children and 15 lb. pkg. Pitted Plums .IS, .
Itool.i |j i to the floor, and there wasn't anything/ : ; 13.50 *s he orders it W-
here three and 18.00 -
were years ago are are always cunning but clever : I Suits at I
again with Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Customeris people never.-Byron. !j I to part. When the barbers rutbletM lb. pkg. Cherries ..3I< I I ace sad k.ow the but,
,! 8h>ars cut their way to the very scalp 15.00 Suits at 11.00 -Uke who bn
Miller\ corner of Palmetto avenue pt. bottles Royal Scar- yen j
j I they killed a famous pomade customer' hiss.
and Cedar street with whom they I / let I 7.00
Some Balm.
I for the man that parted his hair! behind Catsup l.tHi 10.00 to $14.50 Suits at
I stopped at that time. ir one who gets what "Duke, rmrry.," said the million. always stood ''or sat* for the 17 -lb. Cans Ask your doctor

he wants when he acre" "but my daughter can't marry thine In the bottles which cost l'> I Pears : _Faultles.-i- i ( , Here .s ,"'.iu.. e t.. 4-' Men'I :* :SuitS; -
$2,000 buys 20 acres beet ham you. 'I cent extra.St. Louts IVwt-lMspatch. - 1 ? RAN KItiS ihl
wants it as he wantsit. ."Then I have loved In I .. .., ,
mock land near Port Orange House, vain? at let;, Ui.,n l V3: f : !.J
44Xot wholly: dtike. Here's $:.0' for Nice Selection. \ !
''s barn, 2-indh flow well, 14 acres are TryYoung's "
cleared 1 1.2 mile3 from depot; good you. She-Now that you have looked over I L Lyman C Grocery Where % olu3taTetepha
my music what would you like to
automobile road. It. H. McDonaTd. The first years of' man must make have me play? THE FOSTER (Ci;
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;' Daytona. Fla. 41-tft Pharmacy provision! for the 1:1 -Johnson ne-WuLtoruommos. .1

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