Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00195
 Material Information
Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: January 20, 1911
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: VID00195
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
alephbibnum - 002072230
lccn - sn 93063916

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Published Every Evening Except Sunday Danng!; January. February ann March at Resort in Florid

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S1 Season-No. 43WALLACE'S DAYTONA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911 15 Cents per Week
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W. H. WRIGHT :: :: DR. BOtl\"OrS\ OSPITU and SIHRILM\ RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies Stationery andBooks Havana Smokers

Art and Jewelry Store Painting Tw"nt First>'-..It Avenue inra. ,.Daytona irv rooms, Fla.. newly PRICES Only first qualify well cured tobacco -
I I furnUh\ .il iin l tt<- il i throughout withullhrpitnh . I
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I of Paper Hanging "]M>-itoii| to ou ttt4nt.I.
exclusive line new ,. .
Carries an : | one nm Tltoroutlt.I : ., l"s B-- Your .I! *" ,It-rs.
i style Postcards and DaytonaView Decorating I lyrqutpl.dnp.rutnerNiiioh. I !!: i noiulflfior Waterman Fountain Pens News Vet Cave. ManufacturerDavtona I
For t' rin.i.l.lrf I
i iown Books. 219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Phone iSi C. C. BOHAISNON?:' : :' M.' D. L. H. ROWE & CO. papers and Periodicals : Florida.
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.. GILCHRIST your engine needs a decent carburetor. MINERS TO !I

[etables e WHEN DEEENSE GROWS WEAK. We have the "Schebler"! i FAVORING I SOUTHERN I CITY. r.

>h .. I NOW HEAD ; I WITHDRAW% !i i

BUT REPORTS SAY LOSS OF ; "If! You Don't Trade With Us We Both Lose Money." I FRANCISCO AND ALSO FAVORS.


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cable reports received here statepositively I i house commute on industrial art. ,hand

FNERand the town of Ceiba oa I
the northeast
favoring New Orleans over San
been captured by the ; ;
General Bonilla.! I Francisco as the place for b Idrn.;

ce The siege lasted for fhe days and AS ALTERNATIVE INSIST WESTERN the big Panama exposition ta 191;;;. It
Street considerable firing was done during Tie! majority report also favors
1.y. this time but reports say the loss OFFICE AT SESSION HELDIN I the appropriation of 51.000,000 for a.

of life was comparatively small. I I II MUST BE ADMITTED TO FULL !
JACKSONVILLE: TUHRSDAY I government exhibit in connection
When the defei. ie became weak :

and it was evident the town must '! AFTERNOON. : REVEALED BY POLICE RAIDS MEMBERSHIP. I II with Hhe exposition.
MAJORITY MAKE ESCAPE ; ; This report will be made -to the
fall into the hands of.. rtie )Revolutionists :
roLVMBt'S. O.. .Ian. 20: -\ resolution house and will probably be adopted
the government troops are JACKSONVILLE. Jan. 10( Governor I i
r : to withdraw from t..e Ameri- settling the exposition for New Orleans -
. reported to have: deserted and joinedthe Albert W. GLIchrist hah realized CUT THROUGH THE WALL SIX mm I I ARE LOCKED[ UP. tan Federation of Labor was adopted and ending the fight; which

Revol'ut lOni.stti. one of the ambitions of his: !unanimously today l.y the United has been made by both New Orleans

t It is stated the Revolutionists will life by being elected worshipful POLICE DECLARE SYSTEM COV i Mine Workers in set'-.on here, this I and. San Francisco for the tho for of
out their plansto
begin to carry
now i action to become eaeetive if the
having the exposition: which is t-
grand master of the Florida sate organization I I
and the
march on the capital operations TERRIBLE DISASTER AT SON ERS COUNTRY LIKE NETWORKAND .Federal-oil: does n. admit the. Western . celebrate the op'" 'tn.ng of the b... -
EYES win be carried on from this of Masons.The ;
Federation o': Miners: to m Ulber'"hp Panama l'.lnal.SONINLA.
trouble. point and Truxillo. election of officers and their :ORVICE: ON THE FRONTIER OF INCLUDES 24 DIFFERENT : without: t r o:ri\'tioll.-;.
ye I
--- installation occupied the greater part
obile CITIES.
to protectd of the time of the sessions: Thursday i I iiiJiSfI W

] and dust, fRED MAUHSMEETS and the following were chosen W.RS.It's..ii: Jan. :0to- WASHINGTON, Jan 20 t) That NEW I

m the shell to fill the chair of the state officers tal! of 41)0 miners were entombed today 1t".a.Meo.hi1.e{: a.a\e"; traffic has i

ine of gog'Clark : br an explosion in the Casower I been conducted in the U'a.sdliu'con

Geo. D. Clover :Monticello. senior coal mines at Sonl.\' <'t'. on the shopping district since: last October:" !i I Ii Of CANNON f

DEATII grand warden. Prutvsian frontier.Of HAND MONEY
has been" revealed police raids
y on
the" miners: caught in the workout -IC i i iI ii

; 411, were burned to death in the four "manicuring": !: and! uiasaue"parlors. : ; i

t r . -. f t.rt" which fo.fowed and it was Six young women nave been SUBPOENAED.

IN ACCIDENT. Teared for a time the whole number I I \II,
the EYE. I arrested, charged a'i.h i; :I "unlawfu ly I BOTH GONE.
auld I't rsh: The miners however. I r _
I ttdmini.St. tering baths. I II
I realizing the danger into which the I

explosion( had plunged them by eutt I It The polUe declare these establishments : TELLS OF VOIE\I SELLINGB G GI c'
HIS SLED[ STRIKES[ A TREE[ I t \um off their escape by regular chan !. are a parti or a )'sr"m'bieh I 30 I CASH DISAPPEARS C !
\\ wvers the (.'ountry'like( a net I It
t nel.dus tht'ir'a)' through a wall I THE mm ELECTION.FIVE t
D work.' In4: ('i-rit'S. it is declared" 1i1
WHILE COASTING ON HILL. tnd tisvaped. through usher work tI
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1 .-'1. there are suih plates under the con-1 FROM PURSE AT JKRTll.t .i it # t

,. irol of one man who ha ettriit'11: ;: OTHER BANKERS OF DANVILLE _
FORMER RESIDENT HERE MEETS e EXPLOSION IN MINE; I himself by illicit trafi.c in innocent'girls :
1 who bare been: lured into' YOUNG MAN:.I WHO CAME THERE CALLED TO TELL. WHAT
.s :ht-se res-orts.
The police declare the! girls
areattracted :
HIS HOME AT SHARON ,I.,,: :rd an explosion: of dynamite- J b j
by newspaper advert: :.ce THE ELECTION.
day the Juyt-cii: coal miners kJlled: 'I SUPPOSITION IS HE GOT THE
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SPRINGS NEW YORK. i ments calling: : for "Ulan.*urisih. .
; < x men and injured sexfiral' others _-_ ___ MONEY. i; I-XNVILLE. 111.. Jan. :_;' -With the

Information has been received her - 'i i I -u... <>f subpoenafor" E. X. Le- .

of the death of Fred Mauhs. who f.r PROVISIONS ARE LOWER; STEAMER GOES AGROUND; With the disappearance of a. nwguest i ..,. ,. I' I
.u: ;>'. : .n-law of Speaker Cannon. ,
merly conducted the Casino at (tie Li.LGOV. HOGS ARE ALSO DOWN. I ALL PASSENGERS SAVED. ;, front the MyrtK> hous.on l
I f iris fixe! otter: Danville bankers to {
beach up to the time the old Clar CHICAGO.) ; .Ian ." Provisions: | NORFOLK. Jan. ::='s'' Th. Myrtle avenue: shortly beiorf. nuiu
endon hotel was destroyed by fire with' wteanittlup Augusta of alit 'hesa- *:1.1 what thekn; ,>w concerning the 1 i
we! lower! t4 d.I.\ .n xinpathy I today Su:: in tah also disappeared i
According to the Information went A. W. GILCHRIST. peake Line went aground off Wolf' yurfha- of.4":: views jn' the T.- ,
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stingrries nil.- slight: d lr"c : n-' n w'r.i'!/ ', stud 11Os1t.'tI ; from the purse. of Mrs HotYman. i ii i ,
here Maubs was killed by hs: sled Elected Grand Master. : went( d.'n| Cattle:! Trap in a hear)' tog thu morning.It i rent elwetion in V<<.Utl:' 'on o uat7.
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wife of the proprietor of the hns.,1and I
striking a tree while coasting down I are stc.id\[ 'I"i : 'I i i ,,' -'In'a: :< bele\ed: a:: 01.! board will be !I was dsctiosrd; today that; the e '

a hill near his home at Sharon James K.: I'rane, Tampa junior 1 l"lul..t ,h., ..;t\. the supposition i is that! the IIt'W. I 11
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i I vote sellers were not brtbed by the I Ii
Springs New York. Ills skull was Krandl l warden. goat and the money went tos I !
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", fractured in the accident! and he was Henry I*. Robinson Jacksonville, -- -- ----- ones.ubpoena'.(1. \ ,
The new guest was a youirg wan,
hurried to a hospital in Albany grand treasurer re-elected for tine Mail Ordqr Business All of the banker; called today '
tables wiho! cattle here yesterday, engaged" 1 i '
where he died the following! day ::;r;t3i year.11'ilbur j were Oil the bond! of Hardy Whit i ', I Il Illa

without regaining consv.ioums.Mr. ) I r. 1Vt+';ster Jacksonville: 'P ... .1 room ait the Myrt't-I the rni l>,t".1, -k, the former county. treasurer. (
T.it: \ lLIi i order h'l'
:c Ivt" "n fit! i : ) :'t
: :Mauhs: left here two 'tOlr1..0 grand secretary." r l*'<'tE'd for t:.. .1. .rji! just acct's the iutll ?a. the first I who filed& i;'.i.'"M* short. lti, ae t t tI
'" i J".II, rr l".II';' d j'lxat'; jjrexTi t
't and has since been <-onducti! a hotel Lath: year. floor from! tite line muped !Iy> Mrs. i Speaker ('anOfn was also: ',n l
i 1. lit..r men'liant.u!! > I.i'xre: : "" 't'.fetb ; i
at Sharon Springs. I I It'n.. Y. \Vitkie." Dun-! ... .. i Wh.Moi-k's! tx>nil. butan not b.. l
r :'- 'caU.e oi! th:" !th >. and! it iIi Hoffman., Wh.Ntifau 'l I :.n onvtrati -
i grand! (chaplain reflected" for '> ailed before the grand jury beeati"- : "
: >or.l- to !be expevte i. we presume.tM.it' .lrl
: with Mr Huffman
WHEAT .in > a
OPENS HIGHER i'tli year.Appointive. 1..t' he'!: ft'ial: : "'It.s: as speaker or K
t kmk.u: should (-<>me in for its
CO.Iu I'nrt'UHOI1 ; I'I i the! p-4'ilar:::' ... .
THEN LOSES ADVANCE. Officers- .n the! one < thIKHJ. ol rnNuues{ ; now n i
h.ne of lost busin-xss which rtdlti{ II
( rmdlaster: Gilchrist announ'J !boards pad: the Iandlo.l> ,.<.<>tu.. I I -> ,.'<>n :.ri \\'..linut'n.: : j s r !
r, CHICAGO Jan. I'O: Wheat opened f't.y: belongs*: to it. Several large ; t
non-elei-rn. i +
that he had appointed !
. nuttier; and -Iie carrd .r :tutu!l !i-r, i
today at a half a cent higher.Later t hanks in western have t-e.- ,
officers as follows: ,
it lost this advance. :May 13 ,. iired.. thromrh advertising million \ room and placed! :in her pur.---: In ; WIFE OF PREACHER DEAD
W. II. Jewell, Orlando, grand o.t t
quoted at $1.01 1-S i>f dollars ui deposits from people" all a bureau drawerUircunistantia' ;: BY THE SUICIDE ROUTE. ,, +'
t atop; Rex. H. N S. Verger eight i [ !
-- I ne-r the country. Perhaps" your deIH : .dmcy. po.uia to i ,
jeans. orator declined reappointment : I| BOSTON. MaJan.I ;J: >-:Mrs. Eu- !
f IIING STOCKS IRREGULAR; Wm. K. Lewis, l'unt.Gorda, st"I I The requirements of this store are quality >Mt may have been solicited. Before the conclusion that the new guest 'j gene Grant, wife: of the pastor of t Ii

t TRADING IS BRISK. nior: grand steward. parity mud freshness, We cater to those you send your money way, I, entered the room at some time wh'le': i i die K.pst: I'unvrsalixt: church at Dan- i ; '

T NEW YORK Jan. :20: -Stovfcs were A. S. York, Starke junior grand who insist on a high standard of livia{. The from you home better: ask yourself she was m another part of the houserernored vouim: :tteii sot: .d.. by :nhah3i4: i 4

.Irregular at the opening today with steward.J. best fed are the healthiest and happiest what is to be gained by Lt for you the ('iUJl.'i.nK snore ..(toI tf.diY: Sh.to.i> tin VKirs of a;" !r

the gains and losses abut equally M. Caldwell. Jasper. grand notably so when the element of[ extra expenseis or anyone .4s +. This bank: offer mall: chaoK and a check .m :h- aid: :1 health *; i've'n a- theIIFKHURCH. f'LUS": t i

soon bit 'divided. The trading was brisk. standard bearer entirely eliminated. This important, feature as great a degree of safety and a-s purse and disappeared. (

order Steel l stocks were a shade 10w r. J. F:. Watson, :Miami grJ.nJod: has always been a cardinal principle with MS. high a rate of interest a.s any o? Marshal Gore was informed of "ie r

bearer.R. Our customers live better lor less money these' Banking by Mail, Banks anon < theft" and has been conduct.n4 :J )
Druggist ly f
|d get tboiree should havQo search for the missing: : man. .
H. Cooper. Paatka! grand senior than those who buy elsewhere.PHONE I that basis alone PHONIC 37 .
piece f'v steward. I >' ir deposit Suppose for instancywe i Beach Sir tt
1 FIRST ENTRY MADE Daytona, Florida. (
all buy our gox.vl. in some dis! *> i
Wm. Lake" Starke." grand junior I 1 IV.I :

ows ; steward. CONRAD GROCERYCOMPANY I taint city and do gur banking by mail I FOR THE BABY SHOW. I 1'' 'llelbnj( : roo JJ. .-.. Ba hs/' I,

W. D. Graham. Orlando grandpursuviant. :i I What becomes of tjiis tc'wn and surrounding I Mesdames J erode [J. '1." jy. Urn:
: tountry" It is always beer" I The Prescription Department lid
and (; N. I'hambetUa 'he
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16.25 are doing a miuficeit rVescrip- John W. Capper Jacksonville! I ; to think before, you act othe'rwsQ is the pride of f every
bas I In charge of thbVjy :
bassets ad it is the remit ei always I"ommiftt'e
be due late; Bink- '
thinking :! t'll
grand tyler re-elected" tor the eighth may Store.
14.25 /i l+daj ii ia jnst whit tke doctor ord.n. aad I! tag by ma-.l IIU..t.> uie.k-i. L dicjcnc youcowa ; show) to be held in connection w.'h

13.50 j lest as he trdtrs it. We have had ccperict year. I : bs.nerite: '- >' the bazaW which will be given let t Absolutely pure drugs ' ,
aid kaow tke business. You make no 61.Daytona :;", byte civic department of the : compounded by expert Pharmacists #
11.00 utakt wktn you brie| us you prescrip- 1I 1- - i I'aLmt.;to cluo, had received the t'ltt who follow Phy- t '

SURRENDERS TO POLICE. I LodgeNo. I:iMERCHANTSBANK .entry the baby Charles DonaldStewart your t
ti.u.Ask 1 sician's instructions to the .
7.00 1141
It being the infant son of Mr.
your doctor he knows. BALTIMORE :Md. Jan. 20' -Herman I
Ensorjensor shot :Mrs. Matte! c_ B. P. 0. E. and Mrs.1 W. M. St *wart.! of Evan. ; letter is bound to gain the '

n' 3 Sutta ton 11.: Mrs, Stewart: wh? wasI confidence of both Physician ,
HANKINS. The Druggist WheaWey to death in front of the Meets Every TuesdayEvening. ,
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and sn
Mrs: sse: Bingham: and patient. I;
AT THK PLAt'K Old Town National bank this morn 0l-' Members Visiting Invited. Branch blithe Volutia County Bask, armed: : 1'0 ..'..:-. .. ,":. I'.anste/a: furS ,

w.'olusiA. Meets Beach in;, l Ensorjensor" immediately surrendered fi' T. E. Fitzgerald E. R. A. D. McBRIDE. PresidentJ. .: w it' ..- "i.-..n'.n: Free delivery to all parts': i ,
Geo. F. Crouch Sec. B. CONRAD: Vice-Presideat : I of the

: ; CO. j Telephone 6i to the! police.! I rNy ;I t F N. CONRAD. Cashier (, th'J L.T I city. 41.r I.1 rIf


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t t, -:7 .' -.,. Aft7rWk k--\ -'. ,-. GEO.WRAYI DeakriQI I T DELAND, THE ATHENS OF_FLORIDA l 1 I

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.1 PIANOS and DELAND the county seat {
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\ fLAYEK fJAIiOS VOLUSIA __ Volusia County,
I b / 7' -= ---- STET.SON
I CdThnerd'J3 is situated 23 miles southwest of .

I c PIANOS FOR RENT ] COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the latter UNIVERSITY{

; !i'W' I '1 11r BANK city by an excellent hard-surface DELAND.) FLAt

A4.1 road recently constructed. Four (:Ollt-gp. &n4 '

/4 DELAND, FLA. DeLand is located the John R t'hDI,81 HchOOL..a
At EqulpUlent!
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I 1r i RlMlMBfR"'" "on.. $100,000Surplus Stetson University, one of the leading Endowment nit nvnrly i11JtO.
Capital ()
: TT : -- T : ---- WOMNSE $50,000A. educational institutions of_ the f acuity of 4\1\ Pro...
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I Plraae 711r "M>rs ands 111-
: ---: EXCHANGEi South. Because of the interest in trul'tors.
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i E ICE CREAM I 1''I : : --- -,-. "'n'I''Y Daytona' ,,,-"",,.I..nI ...... D. McBRIDE, matters educational DeLand is knownas but nont&rtal1 T..tI."blng. Mrs M.-Lean.

l say ....61'. -. :. with tilt' IlItt''t urU- Pr.-t.itt'flt( "The Athens of Florida." For Information. at the Daj'onatreatment
('Ip". ('nil 0111: rfl.1 B.CONKAP.vVlc.1'nsldent. uddivss:
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i MILLS' =- J.IIftIflS.iVOIU. : Stetson University has a faculty of Lincoln HnlleyJ.I.
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I 'III \. >. 50 professors and instructors. Therearc .1'11. D'I Lltl.l),-
European B.A.WOOI
J LL. D. Dr. J ( HJVohisn
CastiI'rtDREKA'S $400,000 in buildings'and Prt<
I Restaurant over sldt'n'
A 1 1B D
I I equipment; nearly $300,000 endow-

# .....................: By L. C. DEMAREE. .r --- Tact must be apparent to the mosfsuperfiaI ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep : F. Hough
: observer. With such lavish J PJRKINS
One of Daytona's crowning glories resenting an investment in building train Thursd
= : i wealth oft natural beauty it be- by
is her incomparable beacTi. No BUSINESS AND DEPARTMENT endowment and books of more than his orange gro

: E Peck's Bargain House : one wh;> haj ever set foot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS came an easy thing foi the hand of STORE 120000. The library is the United expects to returCounsellor
uto: give the finishing touches Attorney aad
112 South Beach Street. smooth racked sands; no one whoever I States Government depository for the
wlhioh have wrought out the colors "
I : Hew Stock of! Shoes Just In : pedaled a bicycle over its ex- and outlines ot the. big picture. EVERYTHING. Stated Florida and contains over **St. Elmo-N -

SsausisIsi pans ; no one who ever drove a TO EAT; 15,000 volumes. Science Hall one at Law tonight.Mrs. .
..........0..... I WEAR
Man did all; this .in the laying out TO ,
prancing paJr of horses and listened I'w-iiti- "of .the'newest of 16 buildings, with

to the popping of their steel shoes j of the streets with their: wide marginsof TO USE' its furnishings, represents an outlayof Joseph
: msusI.ieIsiiusisisr...i. .................IIIISUISS parkdge. The entire city becomesa -1 Will Practice ia fined to the Ba
UNO WAH-CfllNESE upon its asphaltum-Iike face; no one I, U Heading Room 60000. Elizabeth Hall is one of Htate and
: liz no. BEACH ST.. DAYTONA, FLA. :. who ever steered a high-power au- ::: E. S. HALL : gre.it park with driveways interpettmt Elevator Hen'lct'. the most beautiful college buildings FederalCourts tal for a week
I Press ShirtsWhite 1! shIrts 10 ( miles miles of drive Kf st ItooruG.A.DREKA&XO home on .
Night tomobile down the broad stretch of I 11 S ;, upon If the South. ter
: Hhlrti JII' Woolen Hhlrts 10 :
Check Hblrts"New ft Undershirts! $ wave-washed >.nd surf-packed sand'! (: Architect and BuilderNo. ::: ways .fco: good as to attract motorists ,The city has a population of about enue.

Drawers i, 8 bun: realized: that it fs a world beater S .a* Pltlmt-tto 1 Ave. : from all over the continent. with settled
lrtll'ollar\tt.lS Hocks. :i 3,500 a country
pr pair IJELANI>.\F L A. PrLAND, FLA.WRIGHT. Large line (|
e Collars or Cuffs 2''J1 1 Hand kerchiefs 3 . a world-bonder. Go stand upon : DAYTONA. FLORIDA. And as for the pavements, pa\e- 'adjacent. DeLand proper is five -
Ladles clothes at corresponding priceH. S embroideries 5'r
i .......................... this wMe speedway and see the hap- ,.U.isi.is.sIsisISISISISISISIUS5SISISISIIISUISIQUSISIS- meets that look and act like granite'where 'miles east of the St. Johns River, on the Bee Hive

py souls flit by in joyous mood. and -' else between the eastern VoIusiaColllltyAbstracLC the high, rolling pine land of the I i

...........aa..O...... answer whether this is, not one of and we.trn seas are so many milesIn 'great "Orange Ridge" of Florida. Miss JOtit"pbl

the seven modern wonders. S U proDOrtion to inhabitants? The INSURANCE '
.The products are \ \
C. THOMPSON Agt. : The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River. ::: W. C. CROWNING M. D. : pjaveme-'it question stands with the oranges predominating and grapefruit the estimated ,toga.winter N in 'U'

; LAMB ENGINESHUPMOBILES ..street of the "hief n.rt Flah. President AGENCY
: : : General Medicine and : one < drawingcards. 'a1
I'ury IV. L4 ndl8, Kcotury crop from this vicinity being over flues'- \\ (
: Where think is water with
you more Obstetrics : Till some unheard of place; r ard Treus. > .
: 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes __ day on .a t'pt' ot.t
= Ztaaoftstratioa Given at Any Time. : picturesque:: surroundings? Nearly a U Office Hours: !:::10> to 3:10.:( 7 to 14 p. in. S reports more and better Daytona : peaches Japan persimmons,
: PHONE : mile wide. fringed with tropical vegetation (: Over Kodak Place. ?bone 39. :: throws down: the gauntlet to the Abstracts Furnished DeLand, Florida
and Titles plums, pecans, guavas, strawberriesand **Pubh 'en
.RSIsISIsiSII.iSI.Iaiiis.SlIR artistic cottages with roomy J..u.isi.i.i.i..si.isiSisI.RSISI.ISIIISISIIUSISRSIIISU world. in toe
other fruits are grown plenty.In tr1n.'iatol;
Perfected i
verandas looking out upon her bosom !>
- Squirrels Flowers, Birds: and Fruit
the of improvementsare
gamey food fishes in countless | and Insured way public OLDESTLARGEST
.i................... num-11 a SI Whatv.ione's shortcomings and many miles of fine shell roads, an
bers beckoning as it were to those j I J Jwith howeier indifferent callous Maps, Fiats) snd .
or even \\
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DR. J. E. RAWLINGS : excellent school, electric lights,
J JACOB ESPEDAHL : rod and reelher; bosom fleckSod Blm-prlnts KupplUdDKl.AND. .
one be to thff.gs.: the
S U may many mere waterworks that is owned day art.; : 'I)
a Contractor and Builder with duck and coot and snowy-11 i and .1 "flowers a system I and BEST _, ,
Physician SurgeonnKFlrK mention! ( and sfuirr'ls.hrds '
: : KI.K.: for a -'j-
Designer and Craftsman Ua as'' and operated by the city supplyingthe
winged birds which sit about -
sea ]
*>rlntend ; and fruits" will] send thrill :V., lon S
Bnp !t Construction of Kulld- = 'VKK 1:011.1'1.: ..\.',: : a water at little cost and :
( S Ings. P1ftnsnndMts-til1iatIons" U :if for he iport of bobbing upon thewaves purest
that reflected
in distended
IS pupils :
S I.tII't'For uu'
S I'iI.o: S
5 on Hhort Notice. U that
Nine houses of worship testify
: DAYTONA. FLRIIA.ISI.isi.iu.isisi.i.isi.. :: ; watch that lubberly old i 0 U and pricked ears. BONDLUMBER Florida
white headed pelican fat 'B.B..B.B.B.B.B.B.B..ISUSISIIOIQQISIQISISISISISUSRSIS I DeLand is a church-going commu
.. pouch a For I '
visitor wit!
e ery : a spare goober FARMS\ *St. Elmo- -NJ
mullet and that fish hawk stru glin-; nity. Baptists, Episcopalians Methodists -
there is
a ready to come
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I (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES tonight.
upward with his floundering load he. i isnatched S a
and aroept :your gilt. He will] -sit bolt Manufacturer! of
.IIOISIIISISISISISXI1ISI.A from the water. !: D. D. & C. M. ROGERS 2 f I l'I'r4"lt.! and knainch the meat? LUMBER Christians and Catholics, TIMBER' or

OSCAR See the ]S Q besides colored Baptists and .Metho .1.! \\ I
: MICHAEL : beautiful launches: spick[ ,.tiu TRUCK
Engineers aa ;;I cu ; ;; CurtLy'sauey glances at you LATH '
/ : CONTRACTOR : and suiti, wicJi hampers[ atul lockers i I, iWAQ\\hiR SHINGLESMOULDINGS( I dists are r prcscntcd.I I.ANDs A1)tlt';,.

buLging: w itlr both solid j j.i'id : DAYTONA. FLA. gCivil The graded school offers a tea rieti.I'; :
refreshments:: I .
lu-1 l for
: : I I'Jo'\"ij. Usually fr -':-:h and I hUf! -n< Riirgalnsh.
: Filling and GradingU I liquid, ready for a cruise upon[ th 'S E :"IoIl-h. .. 1"7:.. aU years' course and the building which "vi to. Mrs I D)
S [ lug th-j year 'round you are remir.d-!: Air 'ntM.isiiry"-:
: Heavy Hauling a Specialty. : lw.llttlfulurfal'e.: Take out your field .............a...... a..M : ; Paints it occupies is newly furnished Y'eceli i -ti)
"d of (Goldsmith's
/ S U I couplet where J'.r'.ld Koolliitf: : I I II GOULDTOTIEN .
..SISIIOISIIIISISlSRi1 I Is.i: at:11 l sweep the river from Smiling! ; sprng: its earliest visit paid \\ l.il. I'lillr.-in. lit throughout, and is one cf the most bt! > mo hMr
r{ j Oruioid bridge to Ponce I'ark | l:11:! I .r.to: Plstvt.1: rt.orgiz commodious and best equipped pub risetl .i '.41 (),t
------- i i.a.i.isI.usIao.oz.us.si. ] .'.id: hummer' lingering 1.I1ioUl; .I'ti'1 V i'ru-k: \ { CO :
light; bouac then say whether the j S a Bund tsauU liru-k lic schools in the State. I H. .a..

@_!' .. .i :!@ @.. Halifax i iti't a thing of beauty and i: E. L. STEWART : | are delayed.In I IiKl.XI'. KLA.LANDIS The trip from Daytona to DeLandis I i Itees... I','
and SS Oil") yad roses of varigated huest I 't I INI: I', .FLIt
M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. a joy forever and of the modern !U Physician Surgeon made automobile in a little friends ( ;
one !Sp. i.l,,,1 i ..illiitlon. lo llv... ii-- ut, tl). UU .: pdoiiunat ; another household! hasa by I .
woudtf:;. % | t-\: h::n'. Tlno.il i mill :Nils. itlii 5 hour and there are _ _ and I tttona II.< <0..
MILLINERY .. . UU "iM-hant for the jtoincetta and the over an many
I ;.mil I Pill" in-' \IIICII..lla .i\ mi' trildiMii pi & flSH
w -t ot l I P. I/lu"' / *':::. I i pretty drives iLl the vicinity of the Ii THEGORDON la\-ing, "
The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge- :ii-eiui-ts!! rre aflame: another is hwli -
I 1111,'" IUlUI'-I.: III. t I.i III. .
'j. :
Are Fall : site. A road leads to
_ Showing Styles i Ili 1ia of tall Attorneys at LawlYitctuintr county good
J wood. .......................... a jungle ('ane.'ariE'ty In "ttHpoclal miCcs historic I
DcLeoa fclc
No. 8 Beach St., Daylena, Fla. !j Springs, a
i- the pive of life and here i is: where ttuttute.i F. ,1truUoUrI. I

& j(... <;!'>(! HhI"woc\l,; avenue is uj>oa.the cres>t I .' ou find it. I : spot where 60,001($ gallons of water GARAGEI'O.p: I f % i
of a broad: ridge straight as the crow B.B.B.B.B.fl.B.B.Bfl.B.fl.B. l! / fu-l.'ltl.-s for bubble from the earth every minute. corn.: ." w
The birds flit in, and wfc&i their I InvfstlgatinK and ,
flies and the wide spreading J branch : DR. F. H. HOUGHTON JDentist I jojous notes: help to give fullness! l>t'rf..rtl.nll: .. FI.A.11thsluLANi. I From DeLand automobiles go south -'.. The en u..".

f ;*a (!( @... !(!@!.,!a.!(!(!(!'i' es of 'lie! heavy-trunked live oaks extend I .' nd symmetry to the picture. I I I to Ostecn, 18 miles, on shell and DeLandHeadquarters r.I plyi.-. I

thtir giant! arms across the mag- marl roads the St.Johns is crossed by
I East Florida ; -. As for fruits, choice citrus ;

_ niiiceM: \sta. forming an arch and a "m),.,. iii )..ek 1tniS) : Dujtona 1'tlds: the palm to fruLtS'1 STEWARTS{ ELY!I ferry near Ostccn and cars can then for

f Telephone Company (; from these extended arms great festoons S I'\\o t. :u W. ..t Kiul: 1 Houtd( Kr( tK!;,' aa quality ami quantity per acre. Theret.re Isune A. St.'wsitlgford continue to Sanford and Orlando by AutomobilesA.tNTFOR

: of Spanish moss sway as the S tOy hard road. There is shell road :
_ :; I srsiii.isi.ui.iii.uiisi.l.ISISI.ISI.ISISUS.S..uuS. scores of citrus grovt-s ra proximity :Mary Iit.'wnrtAttorneys a rtMaxwell
trade winds from the trope: seas from DeLand to Orange City, five Tour.
Connections at Daytona :? - --- to the city, branches bwidpng at Law

.! I fan them. Looking straight ahead [ tO the t:;:rth with their burdens of ur.tl Noturi Public miles and a good road from DeLand I II ing Cars and : '
for Long Distance Points f I
I :lown this white shell street one has> : T K.: Fltraid: ii": Oat.- i liicious gclden! globes which for Prl.ANP. FLA.J. I to Lake Helen, a like distance. RunaboutsArthur si

rhe impression of a fairy path with *
H. C. THOMPSON. Mir. : FITZGERALD & OATES i I I.eanty: proflicaty and all desirable I
I iffen draperies but as jou more'toiig
: Attorneys Counsellors: at LawS j qti.ditiesould truly tonish you. A.ERICKSON. BOiD! mmt BRICK CO.Mnnufaetujr 0. IImullnUoyal
< and cast an eye first to the .
@@! I -'|P- .'ml Karl. lit. i- t t..r K:-0(11I1I11I1I' Ua The Fastest, Autos and The Finest 1' iiauilloHAMLIN I
Tight and then to the left you see .mil ,ft .H. tinI I.;UK! Tltl.. S I ts
: ( ''tiniiM'oniiKl: hititII.hg. Tlion'-UN. : I Out. & co. ;:
tngufclud cottage homes in the ; The -ev M.horld wonder do"flU I Light Granite, Buff Red awl
'! most delightful settings. Drab Brick
'. !i...-k? Come.heth'r from .MLs.sonrI : I II. Pianos Organs and }
See '.b. leaf of the ,: I.rg'Cara.it: .' '
l ) glistening grand I'MPromrt] ShlpI.K -
I H. T. McCLELLAN 1 .. '..,...... ...,s' .:e.. .... ......:. \!',! !.. i I or fro'a li.I ue. fnmi Kulainu/oo o:' Sewing Machines nts. \r' .1" h magnolia! which nature has varnished! 1 south of .l.icV.ii\i/ .l lt.i.Avt1. I.' i LAKK: 111 I l.K.N.:: H.A.
T.lllhu. to. ;:iid will}) be } D. ,
: you jsIe 11.. .
:id: no i>rt s's brush ever could; and DR. J. P. ESCH ( ; ;
Mill WorkS I rtVrtrd
I '. I luTf i : 'S where the world 1 furspetsi !
i ; the eab.ngpalms with their burdens : i iI LAKE HELEN
: Physician and Surgeon is broken with every r<<'(.UlTill!:
Write ask' him about ')f shuuy! fruit and owaying pa1 .1S. I
or anything I
! lilli-ilIa! I'rl\ .lIl1h! h ."-. -"1111. ...rI i .t'a.O*Lutos., the bigt-st. HiP lat; ALLhN'SNt Surrounded by several lakes Attorneys
?) you want made ofr wood EvcryZ Z I"- .-.. the lovely! holly with its exqui !. M. E.: Imivt, . Hh', U.mL'" -.' I'. pretty and
% thing the best. 1: iiw )>ty; see the climbing vines: !. in.. .: f..7 |p. 1,1. 'PI. !t..II"! :I'I l I. \, TnN: \ SI < -t. inj the fim-st are 011 d.:Iolu'i-: auJ guarded: by lofty pine trees is Counsellors
: I- ItK: \< 'II. : :':.< ":.d the big ii.t- i i'.? as I:'t'f:- Lake Helen, a winter resort of atLaw
,. iun r.t: iii the trees; st-e the cryp'O'.feuuKis ........... ........... . . I DRUGGISTSJE'ELERS
f S> North Rid ewood Ave. Phone 123 '! !'!'"!"' '! '!) I i tie | !'ir-- artesian \\a-r fucu: tn : little. importance. Camp Cassadaga,
: fornuvauh
gain a toot ilm-.IIJd": of flowing ,,' -II. It i iI
'i'i- : !liold: i>u ti.e great oaks au.d 2ately Ii ; .. ,....... .... ......'.... .... .)ij .! I ( *: .s .1 : a spiritualistic camp-ground is situated l-i'I.\M I'. Il..k.I"follTAi .
; ; i (Olf.I111t.-US: showith a ('(lil: ca.llth i i'I
p:.-ui! !>. anti surely ;you will join inLRie I FLAXI' FI.A. near Lake Helen and at this
-- - -- -:!"I:t.II; scene.
- ;
chus and say that this is a 1 LADAS1 POOL PARLOR R R f I I I place several hundred people make I
Kejthing goes from<< a -llOr:; -j jI'u.r winter 1 ,'
headquarters. A lumber "
laigc: '
world! sender for beauty.I NOW OPEN. ; G. W.
.-' I up to a 2UO-hor.se power andiLl1 mill and the
I largest brick plant in
: Mail Order I Surpassing Beauty of Our *Cottage ;; Clean and Warm and :i l dt-srees: of spet-d from a cantor I Drug Co. the South arc located at Lake Helen. fI&LAX). FL.\

I Homes.I :; A Good Place to Rest ; i 1 to a two-mile-'a-minute clip. You will Drugs, Stationery
I piobably catch the Fpritvh !i you
: Play Pool Now ', Huyler's Candies I
Business | Xo one of Daytona's attractions !.' Checks Given I! do the roads and the beach are yours Kodaks The principal attraction around Furnishings1Shoes

( perhaps commands more nearly universal : The Florida sunshine is frethe, Cigars Orange City is the many handsome

attention and praise tl\an does i: Myrtle Ave. and Beach St. \ I balmy ocean breezes are free the rIANI II. FI.A. golden orange groves. The town is

the aniatic cottages. The owners of \ ). "'i'i.@ \!
these \"harming"iJas hail from every 1- fri'e. the sparkling fountain water: i is:; A. H. OOUALLThe purest in the world another attraction I

;; ,- corner ,.I the country and they bring ............................ l"n: e and you will have to go down to visitors. It is at Orange City I ;, -

their own architectural plans and ,into; jour wallet only for coin for that
t passengers over the Florida East
build upon theznand. as the archi- uuo, and bed and board. i Coast I
Ry. transfer
Leading to carriages and !
I .cture: of one section of the country This is co fanciful picturit's; all I drive to Deland. The ,'
GROCER town is surrounded I
differs from the architecture of another here. It ia drawing other thousands j I :! I
i by land peculiarly adapted
I so do our homes differ in i ELECTRICAL und ho'dnp: them enthralled itcuurm \sill r)ELANI). FLA. to the cultivation of citrus fruits. I j J i "" '" ,-, ,,, (

outward appearance and structural: and hold )'0'1. Coue and st--. - ---- ., --- -- -- .
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beauty. from one another. There : \
j are : ---- :...................................................:
I no monotonous rows of strikinglysimilar -
I build'nss but the eye as it .

: woo n-change by is which treated keeps to a the kaleidoscopic mind- SEE CALL US UP : : THE DAILY NEWS :

wondongVhat next! .

> It i ii no- only the exterior of many .. ..

of !hhomes which: rivets attention I THE ELECTRICIAN. J ,",, : to-fsomc! three perscns ose :
; ; w '.h.c they are models of convenience Away .w ,

and the finishing: and furniShing : North Beac St. Phone 14 : names were mentioned in the

i jive evidence of the eleganceand .
cultivation of those who workedit ..i.....4.................. :. Every Day previous day's paper -. :. ;

Some papers advertise it. all out. Indeed it is the interior .......................... .
U U 4 .
arrangement and artistic furnish.ng; I JOHN P POLLITZ : : Four Tickets to the Crystal :
; WE DON'T.We sending, more than the exterior .

i ,Appearace that gives a surpasses Suchard : Theatre and a Merchandise :

charm to Daytona homes. This feature : Chocolate !

know it would hurt justly merits proa*er.n" as another .U 5 and lOc Cakes .. : Order for 25 cents on some :
the home trade. wom'er. S S
S!I I.I I I I S.I 5 I 5 I S I S I a a.... Whenever you want nu : local store. : : : : : : :
We would rather have the Streets ard Pavements the Most 4
ness Cards. Letter .
Head .
A Little ilxed. .
ads. of local merchants. and Best.Why '. Circulars! __ _ _---------_==:=T=- .
15: 'l''. -.I.d 1 .1 : : !i'.h. 'li'i! \ LI'l: : 1 anything else .

th! Architect of the Universe it 1.1II i'r: '>U'0 i-rL. !tIt.. 1..1I..kl1; .: .iln-U.\ in the printing line. .

FETCH THEM IN caose to g.ve: Daytona the most ad- in a ..lih'Iii:1rtI.1: '" l"-rR-iti" ; the MM'1- We give PROMPT SERVICE : Watch for them! ---your name maybe :
"Y t-':. \ory dlU1prIlU". Ra-h--tty ail! ITJ.
m rnbI the most picturesque: natural: .
tzut..tl.} '"'nt a waifs got to I!., some- and'GUARANTEESATISFACTION.
i"tt r.: of all the cities: of th.0 :
:i :i ills next.
. .. il.:.- ,i"i :v.?""'. to keep his 1k-a.J) : :
PRINTING 1.t I.v'-_ :',' 'xd.. 1.ut" ...*. "s ... I U .s .it' a1! "''. ,. v ..r. r .'- L: !4ue. 4. ...

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r THRIFT AS 4 HOLIDAY PRESENT I Breaking It by Degrees. I "From the Grove to the Table"
Edmund Yates used to tell I.
this anecdote I
i of a physician who was a personal BE CHEERFUL RIVER GRAPE
Employee Who Wr Given Bankbooks
Increased Tenfold. : friend A* the story went late ,, We all ought to be as' cheerful FRUIT AND ORANGES
Desposits : once saw the doctor operate upon a Grown on the Halifax. I PORT ORANGE Is
ND The history of a cash: Christmas pros man attli< ted with blood! poisoning( l as we can. Every one must have The finest n prettvllttlevlllageshunted I
FLA. ; j quality of fruit for sale PORT ORANGE
U eges 8 .. ent made by a IJosto'i publishing houseto when be amputated felt that a cheerful (friend is like a five mtl s
tbl'atit'Dt's leg.: in sin le boxes lots.
cal 8chooll ? car Special
Its 147 employee*., wuiin had: increased southof
: Io day shedding brightness 1)"ytonlon
thiuk he sunny on
merit coga t.et you will recover uow? attention to
r 11' I4QXO.( the bank auounts of the individuals all paid filling orders. the DaytonastewSnn HOUSE
askedates after the operation was around, and most of us can. if
1300(0). 950;:; per cent In two years MUNROE & STEVENS :'rna hard surftta -
Y of G .. o\er I I"Recover"
Pro- 9; we choose make of the world a road the!scenichtahway
was made public recently! Two
and "iJTObristlan years exclaimed I GROWERS .AND s. Fred Cummnsts
.. : the physician SHIPPERS.
palace To be of the East
ago the publishing house deposited $." or a prison. bright
'Kectamn ;Mrs McLean, of Hawks Park Is I "Whjhe never had a chaixe to get and cheerful often effort .Const The town It Owner and Mau r
'aching to the credit of each employee and requires an Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel.
rmatlon, at the Daytona Pritatq Hospital for presented them with the bankbooks Instead w ell"I I There is a certain art in keeping our- latated 1 on the Hullf -
tSa treatment. of (cash "Then why in the world did rOy amputate j selves happy and in this RB......!......0...11....R. T River and It f
In I'Hnlley respect as .
that leg? asked Yates In'' connected with thpeninsula '
>-;..LUU u4 Osteopath, 20 Of the 147 origInal accounts ninetyare amazement. in others we require to watch over : McDonald's Boat Yard : opposite PORT? ORANGE
F D. f. C Herman
ideal Dr. J. Phone 40. tf still kept Up and the total for the I I "Why." said the surgeon calmly and manage ourselves almost as if KstaUuiied: 1903 h'\' n hrldijeTh ", C
;l VohisU Ave Daytona ninety depositors 1 his grown from the BEACH
tow l< well
else.-Lord CHAS M. I
"you must not tell a patient the trut:' we were somebody I McDONALD Proprietor =
original $4,.,) to $4, G.;. an increase of ; laid out and has!
went to New ,Smyrnaby ; all at once, you know. You' must first Avebury. : RaJwjjrt Boats Built Lots for Sale
PERKINS B. F. Hough nearly tenfold. Repaired : mam: pretty horn*'9.
amuse a little'
train Thursday afternoon to visit enty-three depositors are still in I'I : and Housed. : A large number of Liberal Terms

his orange grove at Turnbull. lie the employ of the publishing house Recommendation."pldn't He Was Modest. .i.i.L...iil.i.0.i.t.u.l.I.. tourists and winterresidents Allowed for
to return Saturday. and their deposits hare increased from old i Fudd -You make Port IMPROVEMENTSOcean
icy and expects jour employers recommend > say you have a"ery Orange winter headquarters

tcllortte $303 to $3,428.: The seventeen depositors l. you T tender conscience I notice it Is won- . . . . .iXS. .ne of the or RiverFISHING .
St. Elmo-New Daytona Theater still remaining on the hank's books "Oh. jes'!" derfully sensitive to the faults of oth several I attrnctl.nsbeing

w tonight. that hare left the employ; of the house "Their word should have been era but it never appears to be trou ,: GITTENS & MESSING I fi the excellentfishing. \ Ponventant Rare to('onr.u Automobile -
have increased their account. from $8. bled aad Rridn" i
enough by your own shortcomings e eluep s Drs i to >? O Ijon%? A Co> ( ) t
Joseph Rose, who was con to $833. the accounts of those remaining "It Duddr-No I A short distance Apply to .
Mrs was Theannounced me as:: the : hope not. That would Q Fresh Fish WM.
to. fined to the Daytona Private Hospital with the firm and those tearing Its best man the ever turned ollt" I l>e egotistical, you know : > ,I nest, 3f Port Orangeare ,agent (
to and week. is again at her win- employ showing about the same> rela- I Clams I.) the ,remains. of Port Orange, Flrw
for a !
ederalarts tive Increase.Of . 'he old Dnnlawton
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ter ,home on South Ridgewootf av- those who have withdrawn accounts -' .NN.........N....NN..........N.......N..o...o. : and Rose Bay Oysters : svitar mill, a place
enue. twenty-seren are still in the that Is Visited every Port Orange
Market on South Beach Street nearby hundreds of

ND, Large !line of 12\2 and 15 cent employ secured of other the company position,and showing thirty bare that I I I I Phone S Prompt! Delivery
embroideries selling at 10 cents at the percentage of withdrawals outside : ifREELECTUREi . . .,:.7.K..ti17.' . . .;; of Port Oranesurrounding : D. DOPONT'
i hive, North Beach St. 4344 of the '' Grower and !VaJr
tlQHTJRANCE ; the Bee ,. employ of the donor are slightly'higher the old

of Saratoga than among those still remainIng I ..............,............ n,.11, was a vn*r IndUoand OYSTERS andCLAAIS
Miss Josephine in his.employ. i : sugar timeplintatlon
Pt.Ornnm. n..vtQftI\
'N. Y., who !is spending the : R. H. MCDONALD : .The mill \ ,
winter in this city and is a trained INDEXING BOOKS.I'I was operated extensively .
ENCYd nurse, was called to Miami\ Thursday .. I MEATS :. in thosetnrlvd c. BOIES I
hut has been ladltut
The Custom Is an Old One That De. :
on a special case. : Florida and Western : .. for forty or
veloped Rather Slowly. > : LIFEBEYOND : flfttars. Real Estate I

Florida Public stenographer typewriter The custom of Indexing: books deTelopwKfjmulmllv I : The Choicest Steaks and : .\ \erv.' Interesting:: Insurance

: Cicero UMH! the : THEGRAVE : J The Primest Roasts : drl\i from I>u\ton'i iU II
translator. The Ridgewood phone 13:; j NOTARY PUBLIC !
*' [
word uidt>\. but in the sense of a I by Ocean IM' n h
I 39-Gt I J Telephone, Ui whatoiV\ want un I we : ,
ST table of ontents. Seneca provided to tli approach: ottb Port Orange Fta.
I : will endeavor to !v that you get It. .. .
some workS. whkh be sent to a friend Phone* Port Oranc.-:
EST IiIar.ou: Long arrived Thurs with of : : : liriil,.'. m'ross tin 1

day afternoon from St. Marj-s, Ga., that he note who only pirticulir aimed passage nt the useful so : Bible and Reason Harmoaized : t POULTRY : .h.dus: iud t h.. nJJo.lng S. 6. MARTIN

md BEST for a several weeksiait with )1 r.1 might; bo sp:ired the trouble of -\:miinins : ..4 This qu<.*tion i" of vital inti'rest:" : : Tin ,'irllt r>oul"aourorilfr the : 1.1. nl'll:11 through street the of
and Mrs E S. Hall, at their homeon them 71hls to ('\"( rv" one . l .. ..
: ('uUrt'' was at least > tt 'r i hi: mou h:i\" of i. ttiii,:; Port Orange to tin [General ,
South Palmetto axenue. a partial 'index" In the modern suise. s Y3 It i.. the key to proper it1b1t I<. : th.' dIOIt.t. : rums; of tin eel.l >

horidaiRAlS Annotated or at least explanatory I : x' my.Y: study, : An or..r! for S. i" 'ntx on tliU shop "r.I'l d old I sugar; MerchandisePort
tables! of r Myj will In-L.IV. .1..1.I ft-tllIlall If h. will ni* :. turning toI el' .
St. Elmo-New Daytona Theater contents seem to hive pre-I' I : U !here are your deceas- : i'all: at tile Dulv' N.ws t ottli'<' Iv lore .. ,
ced 'l the Index projx; 4 tomorrow ni.ht: I':is'ton 1 bv'1 tli r..1on I Orange Fla. .
NVESJMBER tonight. Such tables follow'til the order ofnpiKirante r7 r bon: friend relatives'Whit ..........................1 tb. in mi! md. .
I : Sr, ,: is l-111-lt{ HOPE"onie1 ? :
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of the in --- -
snbjeits the x ---------- -

tUCK .. J, "'. Reese was called back to I Itook itx..lf. .\lphIIo..ti"l1 .irrin, _ementvhl I : .t. (' Hear what this able : i ...................................4..o........N.... 11Il
;ILSnden! Ind, last week bthe. se-I \ b was! the beginning; ; of the real) Brooklyn Lecturer has to ":i\-'. It .

iND rious illness of his parents, Mr. and Index, ap'petrs: not to hive l twen : + r will bright jour life :

'or httt Rnrgala to. Mrs. D. A. Reese, and in a note just thought of until the Invention of print : ;, COME-But Leave Your Prejudice : | The Joseph Zap! Co: J!

received from him he states that I In::. and even then It spread l but : : ) at Home. :
GOULDTTEN lo\\lj Krismiis: was one of the first
his mother passed away !Before he are : HEAR. THEN JUDGE. :
to provide his works with alphthetltniIndexts. : JACKSONVILLE. FLA. :
rived and hit father is very feeble. .
) [ CO The iistoni dill nest l 1.e( oiiie I
Mr. Reese and h.s: brother L O universal until well into the sixttvnthcenturj i WillMAN'S OPERA HOUSE i I : Is ]justly called the largest and most reliable liquor :
Reese, hate the sympathy of many '.
NJ), FLA. i : house in Florida. Sole distributors for :
friends in this city where both they The first Index to nil English; hook is i : SEABREEZEToNight. : .

and their parents are well known said to l h. that printed in 1'olvd"re ; 0. L. SULLIVAN
Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer :
THE having spent many winters in Daytona : Vergil'snglhe; Historiie," ii 1'It:;' I : 7:30: o'clock : :

IRDON An edition of this work puhlNhed ten ,:. DISTINGUISHED LECTURER. "I, th,' :.:ooil moth-i for" \tr s.pir : Special attention is called to theo ':
liter has
yeah an index of thirty r . .. . ..
-- A Member of the International rat d 1"11I h. i' uavuard lo\ il I .n ".n'.ulutat MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT.
seen ires: -. :, : 'tltutlun.
-FOP. PEIvT-Furnished residencecorner Students Association. .
RAGEThe Bible ,. .
Electric Light Rays. I -ulll\"an':; illsioiirr WII' r.IIIl1rl.,1.1O" '- .
idewood and Volusia avenues tarn- :i\' o! :p4.-rip; !urI ,
Ranking: ueit: to the suu'> ray In : 'M.I vr u I'fIIIht: forth.1Ca-hln:.:- ,; be furnished. ::
: Price lists will
; .i";ht rooms and bathp I i I stimulating; and ;:1'rmio'ill:11 effort..; are : Seats Free. No Collection ton;: Ttttt i ;' ,. : cheerfully

eLand ply to S. H, COVE or any agenit, Utf j I the ran from t''Nv'tn<' lights :.........e.................0.0.......0.............:1 1 +.+.+...+.+...+.*...+.....+...+.....+......+.....+.....

IKNX lomobiles: FOR 1 \I'ir"w.rl'rrr"rw..lvlw'" ir'ifl'i irUi II NrW'rrlwi. 'Ir.IVii'r.''',. r."mVrW'rriNNl i.

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;J ..age"ocr 'THE DAYTON/ DAILY NEWS I "1r("'r' .1- ' - I' 1 '. ,

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'.'" THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Peninsula Variety .N.1.1 eta tt.NS f/M 01N 5.ir11015.1.151.1.....1.1o.e.., 1010/9N.N.
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L THE BEST; TAILORING. Published every evening except r'an- WE .. '

I II lay, from December 1 to April I, by StoreDAYTONA I SELL. 1 HO

I BEACH, FLA. J Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of
If you desire the best Tailoring at the smallest cost there is no T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor.C. Exceptional Notwy.avtngValues .
j lubricating oils on the market. I. .
better way than through us. I S. HARRIS, City Editor. I In .
We offer International Made-to-ileasure Clothes to Enamel Ware :
every man
HARRY L. ROOD Adv. Manager: .
I who appreciates style and good sense and desires something smarter China I i. .
Japanese I
than the ordinary. I Gl:O. F CROUCH. Superintendent I WEe REPAIR L M.I' .

_ _ See the new models and our oOO of the swellest all-wool fabrics Entered as second class matter Laces i

I and better than these seethe prices.ANTHONY. December 1, 1910. at the postofficeat Ribbons e Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. ii i Greatly Enlarged.'

Florida, under Act of
Daytona Sides

I BROS.Home March 3, 1879. I Opposite Seabreeze Webster'sGrocery Ave. Store I i Central Auto Garage. I Z.. -

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of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes J ; .1 S Two tit'kt- to th< I'rvvtliiThentr. .. fortontortownight n"""II '!r-.I| .J) lUimlall HUIIHIK i {delrrr J
lit the lady Newvomi Z
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Clarendon! d 6! ) C Co '
r N..o.ooNN.oo.NO.o..o10..ooo.N000OO00.oo0...0.01. I Garage g REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS .
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By ; : AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. Toriu.netuii..Ian mloniliangeI :. ] ToastYour Bread in 2 Minutes Z V :

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IR Best Service tothe East 5 BY THE GOSSIPER. 5 O All depart

Leave!' Jacbon\"tIIt'...... . 1.: -5 AND IRONS j selected from
a.lI1. /;,.Y..w.'m..lnNNm' .".ll ufsallr m ifh
Palmetto Limited. ,( Arrivt t41t\.ltl1nllh....... ... 11.5.) 1t.1I1.
oo ugulota.. ... ,, f\.M+ LOSING I 5 help used the
.. .. . p.m. One of the best moves toward thebeautifying _
DAILY. Carrying through Coaches .. "bKrlt"oton .. . ... 4.7 p.m. a
Room Rlchnaond.. . .. .... .. 4.i.....111..ashlngton. of the city of Daytonaand i with all the de
Electric-Lighted Drawing \\ . . ., "it.tr' !a.m. .
Sleepers, Dining Cars. Jacksonville to ".. Baltimore .... I+.11lI.m.. making it aitr-wuve: tor visitors finest Chefs, ai
.. \\'. Pblluddphlll .... 11.:5a.m.:; I J B. GARRISON The Electrician. Phone 71 .
New York. .. New york.. . .. . .. If.o p.m. IN I baa just been made in the let- '
VOTES. ting of a contract for the Kiymg of j Summer addrTH

Hew York and Florida Special. Dally; Except Hundu '. No.'-HU''t' walk the water N N ...
r I I a cement along edge :........
train do- Luxe.TbU ckhoO\.tIIt' .. ....... 1.111 p.m. ,
Description of this pjpulnr I
train consists of Pullman I TawingBoom NII\'annllh.. ...... 5.1i 1'.111. and at the top of the sea hall in -
Ptate Room Hleeplng Dining and L.1- .l5 l p.m. front of the donrad building at thecorner
Arrive Richmond .. .... 7.i5 MANY CANDIDATE SHORT
equipped 1A'ary-O with+enatlon the new turn hl h-o.d heated! brake bj ream{.and. .... \\'Itlhlnlton.. .... ... ...JII.l5+ a.lI1.I\.m. i 1 (if Orange avenue and Beach oN/eN.eo.NNNNNNN1Ne1.10N/eN...1N.ON1.N ...........et
llltimort' ..... .. .... .... .....11.:17 a.m. I .
Sa brilliantly lighted throughout hv t'1t'ctrlcapt"t'lsl ..
tty, lights being provided for each .. ''e.t PhlllltJo.olphhl .. .... 1.41p.m.\ b.treet6and the ;Merchants\ Hanksnew :
berth odor reading affording at night.perfect comfort In writing \ .-t8..7th ,,..... t.d: HI.. .. 3.56 p.m.Leave building next adjoining. The .
city parkage between the east edgeof o Manufacturers ol .
Jacksonville ........ . .15a.m: e .
florida and West Indian Limited. (Arrive!Navannah. .. .. . .. ... ..". 1.11 p.m Beach !street and the sea wall wilt ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER .
Augusta .. flJiO .
DAILY. Carrying& Through Coaches, .... ('hltrlelton.. .. .,. 5.4/\/ p.m.l p.nr be thoroughly cleaned and keptclean I Laths. ShiBfles. Flooring, Ceiling. Brick Line and Cement ia Stock :

Electric-Lighted& Pullman Drawing Room .. Hlchmond ,.. .......6.1U1I.1I1. SENATE AT ALBANY LOSES 28 and the new sidewalk will be J <>JticifiiiM tintKa.t.uit Railway nod Orange A\'t. ..
'Washington....... .. 11.41111.111. Conceded tj
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Sleeping& Cars, Dining& Cars. Jacksonvilleto Baltimore. ..1I.(152a.nt.. laid in the near future. Ir. Conrad : Thcne 83. R. MALBY.. Manager. : r
New York. N..w York Iphli..1. .. . ... . :J.'jlp.llI.: + p.m and the directors of the MerehatittsBank ...N1.1 5.x.51a.e.H.1e/N..e.Ne.e.eN.e.N..e/0N1: .
deeerve: the thanks of the entire P

Coast Line Florida Mail. Leave JIt'koon\'IIl. . ....... .. 7.:t i p.n5. TAKEN. population of the city of DayI I ..
Arrive I.-1I\/lnl1lth.. .... .I!l') It.JII.
: DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches J oo 1'harlr.ton.. .... .. ::i.t )II.III. I ALHAXY. X. Y., Jan. 20-Sheehan tona for starting a movementwhich ..
I II and Electric-Lighted Drawing Room .". HI'hmonll ... '-:+lW4ehiit 11.115.P.iititlisrt will be of unending benefit to the 05NteJN 00011tOf White Help in
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I :ton .II.lirput. the Tammany candidate for the
II Sleeping Cars. Jacksonville to Sew York .. < '. ...... ...... i.I'iylla. I city if the other property ownersalong r----- .. Th I'rm ,t." o |
Aa Meal Htatlon Iw. h .... n.4na.ni. I'nitfHl States senate befor the
Btops at :: Nrw: \h.d..lphla.... .. ...... .. ,.Iaa.wl. I Reach: Krei'i can be induced : Palm IJ it,'li 8)11K..
r LoW Sleeper Jacksonville to Savannah. i
state"- 1 lost !s
legislature : votes! on "
follow' their Coot.'it A .
to in ps. < e-

- Best Trains to the West. the ithird joint ballot today. ment sidewalk extending aloiu:; tit Course : Same WJ

I I ; The result showed Sheehan. CO; bank of the riser from Orange .1 s iv I I Ii :............
No. 82. N :n No'.iiiii.
i South Atlantis Limited u. '
i ,:;, {jjI ; enue to Volu:;;.a avenue would t-
F I_ Shepard, 11; Depew :Z'2.;: The others
off the intervening space' )bew e i
.. .. I I were scattering Immediately after ...........
Itl5pm 1\ Ju'k..on'IIIt"r K.45 phi x l 15lull i f.v .1II.k..III1\.III.\r: 7Vlailiirinliisiliam the river and the street d:isi In:1.\: ( : m1
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8J1Mam AUatlt 1.\' 1U.iI:1I\!: : 'i: 11111I \r IUIII 1.\' :
ult"'r n. ilptit rile casting of the ballots for the .
!I.tO pot .Ir ,.1..ul\.III. 1.\ ".Irlun' It.I'IlIII\r, . Lv :c.t'II'1II as a Package and it should I be, (can i I Ii .
I.l5all1r .1111111111111'4111'0. .. f.\ 4.1"stilt ....."(111I i'Ar' :'\a"l1lilt.. .. 1.\' 'i.:!:ruiii third time adjournment was taken M
Ic.45pm Ar ..l"llIl"IllI.lIti J.\' ""unlll 1.1111111Ir., . .. E\'IIII"'III,. ...1.I..ullm. fully icakeii care of by the elly. XMu TH:
7.10 am Ar ,. ... 'hll-ago ..1.\' ".r 1 pin ..1111111Ir ....t.l.oni. .. .. I.\.' \I'Ul1II' until noon iomornm. will l be the next to show the n.;u; | you can operate a Westinghouse Sew-I .
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i A.Wtills \r
<.hlt-u.\: 51.55:! pus' By some: it is be'ie\td: a break has
I public spirit and volunteer to IJt'*p .

-i No. v+. I I'' Dixie Flyer Route i I No. \\4:.. :\0. I'=!. ,; Seminole Limited X ). III. i, tome and li>' that Monday a senator will .bechiill +I I I extend than: ement walk0ST.ELHOPLAYrORTGMGHT I ing Machine Motor; any woman can. r.. .*<' pa

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1 R.lSpm I 1.v..Jack.tlfVitlt' Ar I'I 7.i+IIIIII I "MO' pin' r.\ .Ju'k"ul1\'IIIt. \r .-."'--, tins- I I Itfs a motor made'' for woman and I h. > **.y v
1I."PIU .\r.\.II\l.ru' ...I..v 5.4"111 I hi.15put: .\r \\'II\"n"-, . IA r..in, 1111I It *

l..45pmAr..lvnn.villr 71+l1I1t1l\1Ar ...... At11111ta ., J.\1.\1\ "Im 1\:1i:: sins 'r 11.rlant 2JS'nutr'::::: Ar: liiriiii/lgh.ilil;.Mlmn\: IA In; '. <1 1.2"ia!.in: pin,::: t IIEYMANNYANTS ; it'sI so well made that it will last as 01'I .. .? Si

a.48am IAr. l'hleUEo .1.\, h I/U 7.Z5aui'Ar .... ..
Chli-aiio IA '
-_ 7.9iamAr._ .....htt.Aut.' . 1.\1 ".:)i) pm I 7.1V a inr,, .. .. Ht. Louis I )lU t.irpm .
A :
Jil 1 ," (111I BEST OF PLAYS) BY PICKERTS.POPULAR [ I long as the machine. Al! you have I e. jI

For Rates Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or Write ..

- A. W. FRITOT. Division Pass. Att. W. D. STARK Traveling Pass Afit % JOB ENTERTAINERS TO APPEAR I to do is to start and stop it. 0e


I IN PLAY ON WHICH THEY i Tone and see. You'll find that 1 1I ... :e


__ Seminole Limited TkSteamerlLS.A I COUNCIL. : TION. I it makes sewing an entirely different .aSIoI..I.M.I.IU.

The: Four Pickers were greeted bj' .
Electric operation. ....r.u.Steam ..
Lighted Throughout. .
makes her maiden trip to I MIL M FOR ALDERMAN l ; I :other: large a.uderx-e: at the Daytona , I ..

Theater last when
PALM BEACH i, night they: ..

pree tinted die "iit 's of Z Ranch" and
Leaving Prime tJeorge: ; Dock I CAN DO MORE WORK THERE.MAN [ {. ..
I Ii
spectators were appreciative of the I The Schantz Electric Ice r

gilROPO SATURDAY AT A I 8:00: API H.! ---- I I )play and the actrnj?. ...

WHO RECENTLY DROPPED I Tin- best play in th..* rep<-tiurH tithe r
I I" OUT OF RACE FOR MAYOR DECIDES '\ I'lrkerfA and the OSH- on whit.i i i : Meat
Thereafter the St:; amen W .
haw much h"1 it ,
I TO MAKE FIGHT FOR I they gained| i< i.- .... ...... .. .... 4S.ti0050356a00505C.0.0 .. I.'
AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. Constitution and Republicwill I utatum as popular entertainer "St t.El1UO5' t. .

OIlMTMItil oiiipurt in-'ill IIIK! vl|1t..I"" II . - .
| CITY COUNCIL. -- -- ---- --
inst'ar.-. I KllMlllI, .ll. I., Itll iehtFr.. j I b- the bill for tonight .
Recllningt'hoitri'ir 1 I Innin. I'ai'. maintain their regular .
IA. JII"t'II\'III.) "::11'' 1''. nt.Ar. ad.erti,:tdclu'dul l' Since: do<'.idinj; to drop out of the ; expected; : the hiniveiJl MRS
1'1ii.co. -I:1.- III. .
Ar. Ht LClUJ- 7.:+I u. III. I I rate lop mayor S.nmn; Ileyiuann: has I for thin JK'rfanlnanes. .
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For .I.) t pins l r II 1" n,1011'.111I1 t 1..1. Leaving Daytona I
road tl%-k>.ts inlilr -- !! Saturdays and come to the tom-IuMon be can do I matinee' for \\IIt'lI! and' : Palmetto ,.et
II. t t'\\TWEI.L.I .
Florida I'll"t.. .. Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. the .; real ill be gneii tomorrow af
.1 111'1 kroc 'CI II\ III. Fla. I < .ty more good as a I I
II I bound South. mem-I the f.naJ hhow of the EW SMYRNA is. Mtuatcd hf- .1 :...........I
I ber of the city council and HOWEAND N tcen miles south ol Daytona ORANGES

: Leaving!! P.1Im Beach Saturdaysand a candidate for alderman in the com- ue :k'. engagstne'nt Hill be press'rated : and is an ideal spot reached :' Ml 11 want th-

1:1 Tuesdays 9:00 from Daytona by a hard surface road \. \ t t.'-i oranifII ............
( Ocue : a. m. tug city; election.Mr. tomorrow) nigh. CURRIERFLORIDA winding: through one of the most plC- : :"I"t.:x ::0,il i .

o bound North. 1I 'manr says he has been -----. i turesque parts ol Florida. I Point Grove ..
The Attractive Way With its ancient ruins dating back :

urged to take this stt-p hy his Jan. 20 In American History. to a time when the history of man I iliii fnr Iii.-ltdlnodin-:1 It 1\i ..roranu'1 + -. ra
1 friends who believe he do LANDS runneth not interlaced with wires : I,.. I 1.-t I III the- Hen)
McCOY BROTHERS can more 1732 Richard Henry Lee. Virginia
of the modern telcgrafpfti and telephone i tai.irose.ituated : Situated
North and West real work statesman, born died 1704. J :\lcM> 1C.\\ on
for ;
the city as a memberof
II I "HII '.\ its miles of shell streets as ( 1 Ism. Ocean. I'
1111111.1111.111111111111STEAMERS the council than he can as ma>'or.Mr 1734-Robert Morris, financier of the I hard and smooth as a floor and over from the Bit Ifcotona tona-:>' e nn* a are large air> v al
Revolution and "signer" of the M. LEIDERSDORF >
| arched forest that
by hoary giants If oad. vice IS admtrabllon
South Atlantic Limited t : Hermann's, papers are now be- Declaration of Independence, born Resident Agent grew in stately grandeur during the I Smyrna Prices Moderate : appiii.at on

ms culate he will lea\e In Liverpool; died 1800. Town and lapse of bygone centuries. New
J tn jind it FERD I ............I
;s Leave Jacksonville 8:15 pm. 1800- athanld Parker Willis, distinguished Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance
I with hiss: friends 'to be elected u mt'm- NORDMANNProprietor
r 11 A solid through train daily :| Uncle Sam and : I poet, born: die 1S437. Property and rest/ j jI
'ben of tiie council at the election
; 1S11 Da\id WUmot. and
For Cincinnati & Louisville congressman: | s
r 0o J Cherokee : February }IS, author It the "Wliinot Iro\"l, -o." | All nature here is very inviting I :..!.........I
Through electric lighted sleepers born; diedASTRONOMICAL 1wS. the tourist and pleasure-seeker.: Here :

To Indianapolis & Grand Rapids .* h"R Tilt: FA11iQ'1 *.* I Mr Hejmann left today for Cuba. R.S.HALETGeneral too is to be found the best fishing and : THE MJ
where he will
spend M>/ine time visiting -
EVENTS. hunting in the state of Florida. .

P 1 I. but if elected alderman next (From noon today to noon tomorro-v) I The people are thrifty the business i : Fresh milk vejetj
I Tomoka month he will return to the to
Dixie Flyer I city .
I Sun sets 4:M 9.) rises 7:lo.:;; mn rises : Hardwareand men enterprising and all unite ; 1
---- remain If he is defeated in the r
01' I 11:23 p. ra; 11 p. m.. Saturn in quad- I in extending the welcome hand of :
f o Leaves Jacksonville 8:25 pm. I Ih I election: he will (tarr out his orig'i- rature with he sun the planet being a MON0NN
A solid through train daily : nal plans and go to California TO remain 90 depress ('IHt tht'root; Sam. planet Builder's hospitality to strangers There are .......
For ChicagoMontgomery I i River i | for beveral months. Mercury apparently stationary among I five church edifices for white people i i iII .....i

Supplies, and number for the colored
._ the an equal -
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1 ii 0 .NONN...... excellent ; '.
Route Every Tuesday and Saturday : I .
o : .O..O..I 'library, aid f1 up-to-date business
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1 Win J
11 anu .ry. : i I UndertakingNew .
t Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pin. I /, . houses. \ .
1 Drawing sleeper daily !I : : j\: :,,. ....\Jth ""1 ..,. I SmyrnaTHE I There are any number of pretty .
room I .. .
r I .hllu'u \\,1"1'1I -
II I .._ 1 1ur' homes for the
I Io n..r 0111.\ I permanent population.
For Evansville & St. Louis : I . : American Plan>
II 0 .I'It"I"/ 01..1 "i'I1oI /- I
I | which numbers close to 2.) and

i I o Dining Cars on all trains i INLET AND i I '" ''"'"'''"''. furnl'.I;."..: !Intih'trvan'iar''II'"fld '.'::!_'!...-; I i I some very fine inter residences STATE A BASKEW I :. Ret

: t '1 : OCEAN A 110 USE i There are good hotels and boarding d .
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II For full particulars addressT. I I ,r'I, ."- : houses where you can find accommo
Ii .j :.UII.II'\ "' : I I \ SWMIOJIN \
.. ,'''111' F. W. SAMS i dations to meet requirements 1
B. WALKER Fla. Pass. Agent .. .
0 i NEW SMYRNA i \i! ..",i 'l1J.t!,."I I"watis"r"s \ .'::0'':'- I '.' I '! 'f I I' '!t.t | Adjoining New Smyrna is a> finei a / I itl\lvlh MTransacts p
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I .cri:! I I : '. _I i Rates I i i section of vegetable land a', >..ui t h 1:1\\j" :
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!! : ii Louisville&NashvilleRailroad i .....-... hI'i.k"4-_ !&...\ ...".' 1 -.. .":i'r. III,.:::1." -. u.:..'.... tII S3.CO per Day I ,: !tool:d anahere Tf i-> land !1..1- t'-. ;.idivulcd I t', .. ..
Every Monday and Friday n. I.'J.\, e in* > small "r.s: A'!.I t< !'i 1 : a

1'' in .: :_ ".''f" .. ,,t..I'. tJ Special per I be I K>nht:;! at r'a"C"h' __ tt.L' h" t.: I s Well r
J January ., : : II e General o
I (' '.. :.'i I IM :.\ : Week : o .K : t ,,1,.I '. . '. .' .
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St., JACKSONVILLE Q Lca\cs Ferry Dock at 9 a. m. I II. ." I -, 1 1 i \ : :
W. '
118 Bay Write or Inquire the . Business A11 )
on Premises.
o No 33 South RiJjev/ood Avenue.d I .1 h. r .
L..E. ELLEXWOOD ;Mr. t 1 "
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r.i i MARSHAL 11I I. .


dsofI I .j Florida is AT BEACH I ._.\, : . SEABREEZE 4

It [111, .. "-"'". 5w f FLORIDA $
S NOW OPEN i I' oW -:
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W. E.1:: cIli ff, of Boston, :Maes., ]j I : Absolutely \

t L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. : ARRESTED. :::3' in the city for a few days and is :

: I stopping at the Ridgewood hotel. Fireproof: ;
Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all : I Mr. :McIIiff represents the Detroit .

:. Sides. Rooms Ensuite.: Steam Heat. Every Modern S i Publishing company and is here in : Now Open ;
.. Convenience. Send for Booklet. CHARGED WITH" ASSAULT I the interests of that company. This: .
,I is his first visit to Daytona.Among : Booking Offices: 4

.s CONCERTS DAILY. : WITH A DEADLY MM. Seabreeze Florida E. L. POTTER, President t
I the arrivals at the Despland : Hotel Blackstome, Chicago
I RandallRS : Address: ATLANTIC 1IOUAK:, NUrrHKunwtt; Plr. Uhod Island. j :
I hotel are Geo. B. McFaeUand,! and + 1180 Broadway. New York W. S. KENNEY Manager t

:.................................................... I wife. Jackson .Mich.; II. C. Cant- ................__._ .....................................+
CLAIMED THAT MARSHAL PATTERSON well: Jacksonville ______ ____u__ _
.. ; Dr. X. R. Smith, \.000.ON..0.0....00.4e0..00..OeMOtM.00000.e..OOe0N0
.......0.ONNN........NN NO.NN NN..W ONiOe.0z : OF DAYTONA EACH I :Mrs. X. II. Smith Miss! Helen Smith. | I 1I

..e i. Havre de Grace, Md.V.; V. Fauni-e S Inn Located in the Most Beautiful f '

0 THE RIDGEWOOD I WILL BE HALED INTO,/ THE/ I and wife, Youngstown, 0.; E. T. I J art o S a Spot on the Halifax RIver... ...

z CRIMINAL COURT. I Moorhead and wife, Virginia .Moor- < JOHN J. McGUIRE, Proprietor. ;

i LANGWORTHY head Erie: Pa. ] TITE INVITE INSPECTION. RoomrSingle or En Suite with Bath. No better in AI
E. D. Proprietor. : .
I Charged with assault.,.R i a deadly I Florida. Table of the best of everything in season. Terms as reasonable as I
Mrs. J. A. Rose and daughters. J I
i weapon Marshal R. J. ':atte1'6on. j the service will permit given on application. Dec. lit to May 1st. Phone No. 112
I the Messes
NOW OPEN. I Doris and Gladys
of Daytona Beach has been arrived ............... .
arrested ..........00............OOOOMM NMN
Thursday afternoon from Nar-
: on complaint ]a Sj All departments will be managed by white Northern help, i foreman painter at the Hotel Clar I ragansett Pier R. I., and are guests ............00.0 00 N...e................ONO O..O.
4 : at the Palmetto hotel. .Mrs. Rose J :
: of the finest hotels in the North and white endon. He will be held to the crim- '. '
selected from some : inal court. is an aunt of ilrs. E. J. Mills of'|I : THE BENNETTONK :

i help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : The trouble between the two men I this city and was here some eight j jor .
nine years ago the young ladies : OK TIII- I.I\.IHS: (; uoTKi: >>orDAYTONA :
with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the ; Is .said to have arisen when the marshal I ,
: that time being school girls and FLORIDA :
stopped Taylor while he was _
finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, i attending school here. - - = ---- --= .
: driving
1l along the street with a
: t Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island N. Y. : horse and buggy to enquire why he New arrivals Schmidt I i .
at Hotel}
did not his light a.the front ...OtT'O.0e0.0.00.MMtt...ONNNN..................... .\
:.......NN.eN.Ne000e.NeOe..I....Ne.eN.Ne.N.0u carry areV.. R. Wright, Norfolk Va.; "
I of his buggy instead of at the s'de |\C. A. Van Aurburp, St. Louis: ; Oscar i[ ....00000000.ON00000000.00...........OOe..OON.000O.
or in the rear. I '
j L. Gorsuch, Baltimore. G. C.
........I.e....NIOt00.tIIoIIs1.IOIOtot00IOIIIOIOtTHE Taylor it; alleged to have had the I!i jZaring, J. H. Peters Jacksonville; i THE PROSPECT
light required by ordinance, but had !
r 1 j I Walter Cook and wife Denver; F. I L
! PRINCE GEORGE placed the lantern in the rear part Bechtel and wife Honara, Pa.; Clara I 109 South Ridgewood Ave. N ,
of the buggy because of the bright II 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office.
: DAYTONA, FLORIDA : \Veinger Pittsbure; Mrg. Henry M. ,
Steam Heat.
moonlight and because the light

1 .: Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors .: ., shining in 'hi.s*face was a detriment I Camp Brooklyn.:Rochester Pa; O. L. Sullivan I.I 'I..I P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor. i

& rather than an assistance: to him. I -- i .OM.0.0..OONNNNMNOONOOO.OOON000..ON.....!.. y
e Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. The of the marshal,
iaier. I Among the sueste registered,:: at ..................,4..i............................+
: Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. : said to have irritated the painterand I the Ridgewood are Mrs. G. H.JNorthup. 1\

Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : it is alleged that after some i Miss Northrup Wolcott 4 HOTEL SENECA JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. j
words had passed between the two _
S Steam Heat Throughout. : j IN. Y.; F.V.. Grape. 1 .hall, Mich.; - I
the marshal drew a gun from his: Mrs.l A. M. Earnes, Miss Kanut SoinhFraminghain. : ENTIRELY NEW. .
White Help in Dinind Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st e .
pocket and threatened
to arrest Tay II Mass.V.; A. Paterson 4 Albert Bennett
> 0N Proprietor C. R. Bennett Manager 4
lor. Flint, Mich. Ciiarlea! Vander-
The Prince t' Plr Is thf only landing In I'axtona for St. A ut=lI-tIn. and ; 4 .. .
A. Ni. IMir.: till Xi.I' Hiiiiinii.j Wat. .. *
Following this the boss painter is upl.| : r. !st--nn ll> nt :uI| I'lioiu lnKv-rv:
: Palm Beach bout I'll rtkllhtrliltb pl"u"lIrt' : bit! and} wife, A. F. Husted and wife .
ad to have had 4 KIMHII. \\ Int. M." i"\--Tlimtiuhoiit.| ,, .
'' : a warrant sworn I Tarrytown, N. Y.Mr.; and Mrs. T. .

I : Same Management as THE BRISTOL Asbury Park. N. J. : i oat for the marshal on the charge of ,I C. .MJ"ird! llarit'ii:y. ('o.r:.; DurL-: :; ......................e..............................

II ir...................I.................................i'! : .-:ault with; a deadly weapon. I S. Ai-ker: and \\if.'. Phiaue": :!,ha.: .............................................- -..-..-.-....
I I I .

I II .--'.-.. -.- ............I...................... .......... lli. EUGNE[ JOn I I SON I II I I AliTO, PARTY RETURNS S +: NEW SEASIDE INN H DAYTONA H. MANWILLER BEACH Proprietor FLORIDA 4*

I : This new and select tnniily hotel has just been enlarged and refir uishcd! J 4 1

i THE NEW GABLES i RIDING I A IIIGIi BIKE. fRflJI TRIP TO COIF.i : for the season 1910-lJLto} meet the requirements of its grow ing patronage 4

ew- i : Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths Electric and Gas Lights Call Hells! : I f'

I : Rates 52.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application *
I PROPRIETOR OF BICYCLE LIVERY i ALTHOUGH THIRTEEN IN NUMBER hnrlnwi' I i lIli.--. : HiiTKI. I In. IIF.11i.i1: K it I!. .h "" -
ican. : Daytona, Fla : .
I II I EMPLOYING UNIQUE METHOD I' AND START MADE ON FRI .....................................................
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and i :. 't'W LOCATED NEW HOUSE, EVERY CENTRALLY MODERN -', :: OF ADVERTISING AND CALLING DAY, THE 13th, ALL WENT .........S...........e.0......... ............. .o.00 8.

;t as alt, N -r sl nTh Ivy Lane Inn"A :
: t COMFORT .. .. .. : : :
II. Eugene Johi.son.! proprietor ol !
t j i i. and Mrs. Th( s. H. White ai.u .
iaveIthat the bicycle livery at the west end Mr. and Mrs.V.. E. Illodjiett. who
I : Steam "Heat Throughout : : High Grade House catering to the most particular people. Central location. I
of the Central bridge, i iti using a ,! left the city in Mr. U'hitt-'s car Friday J
... : $3.00 and S4.CO
day517.50 and higher week.
per :
: " : : rather unique method of advertising.his of last week Jo-fan Mahoney' drv-: per

.. ;T.= :L .... ,',.( ',! -U "- S. H. MOSELEY .. : business. Mr. Johnson recently I I I(I ing :in company with Ceo. E. : Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor.!

I Irent Proprietor.THE received from Perosky.: .Mich., a i i! :Sebring and party, who were re- ........oeNO...0.0.........O..... ....NNOeo+Oeoe e +
S St1Inei1 i' moving to Winter haven returnedThursday
of - ---
high old
bike one the Ktyle. with ; ----- -- -- --- --
.....1...................................... big front wheel and little wheel in ', afternoon. :...0.......0.N.00...0.-.-e00---..000---......ONO..0000000-.. i

___ ___ .__ ___ i The }party continued to Tarpon
the rear and in the spokes of the ] | 1 1I I '
! E. H. PURDY.
I 1 prop. j I; + +
.PII.......u..I..e...... big wheel, over -which he is seated, and Springs, where they spent a diy; J:I| THE SEVILLEGREATLY Daytona, -- Florida \ \ ; I
he has placed a breadth of canvas enjoyed seeing the,;ponging :ndutry :

bearing an advertisement of his bicycle :, at that place. I II ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON.

HAMILTON : business. i I I The first stop after {leaving I Hay, : Surrounded by Spacious Grounds, III the most delightful part of the City I A

eel This high bike is quite a curiosity, toni was a). Kissammee and the *.',.. I i The /guests receive the best the markets atlord in the dining room. and every
: New and First Class : as nothing of the kind :liar: been: and) at Florence Villa where Mr : comfort and convenience: that a well regulated hotel can otter to the public. i; '

i N. .. seen here for many }'ear". Mr. Johnson Sebring and family will be located I......................M..N........_""..11.01.. d t, t

first tried the wheel. out by riding 1-\ third stop was made at Itellair awl -- -- ------ ..s'Cleveland '
w I the party took dinner at ',he Tampa :........................EO=...........'.a..m......
: Steam Heat Electric Electric Bells : it down bleach street Mondaymorning
I IIH . \ Lights when it attra-ctt: much attention 1 lay Inn Tampa. On the r'-turn.* :: Ine l l 1 DAYTONA. FLA. Under: new l1Iana .:- 2 Mnu I
they stopped at Itartow and I or : II t. Cellhally' 1.al..l.: .trod tableS :
eO : Elegant Rooms, with or without Baths : and several l photo;raphei* I 1IIibe..tolt'r\'ICC .. i

e N .. were anxious to make pki urea of it, !lando. :: ;electric, lights. l Kcasrnable.tcamht'atal1l1 rates.: \V. J. S1MPSCN, Prop. o .. ;
-- Nocwith.stamlir.s: that the suit.: 1 w.- I :
!but Mr. Johnson would not (onsent
LI I .se..m..B..B&me : ....eSlede I.Ug.. 1
made on Friday: the ith:: :11.1.. ;iiii: .BOS""ooee
r.i.vil: h- had it decorat wL h lxt.risness *< pl ,
MRS. Proprietor : ; ntltice. here were thirteen :in the )partx' : I :,' '!, "U9\1 .eHO&ee..uc". oaooo. t

The wheel was purchased ofV.. :rp: w;le<-- uHuh'hlOuI;: ar.> -,,1 i iin 1-1 I :

: Palmetto Avenue DAYTON; FLORIDA : A. Martin of IVtoskey. Mich., who 11l.:>hap to mar ;i's enjuyme it ntl! u .- E THE AUSTIN i
N .
f I. e cents to have had quite an affectionfor :a. very pleasant one throII/; ho-it. : A j
"!1 ..............c..g... ................ and loth tvi...Ii 4 OVERLOOKING
rES t. was to part it.Mr. I THE HALIFAX DAYTONA FLORIDA 1 !

tint ____________ ______ : :Martin used it in biryc-le- rate LIFE BEYOND THE GRAVE: :
wnllt FREE LECTURE TONIGHT 4 G.V.; SUA.N i Proprietor e
)rang' .................B.B.B.B.a.B..B.BBBfl.B.B.B.B.B.BtB* in I ISH: coming out winner in several The H.i .tttlia. St>:ibr..z,- and l Ia- :I r ll y
events.Mr : I Electric Lights and Call OcIIs. Steam Heat lint and Cold Wafer. I

rove : SCHMIDTS HOTEL ii tona bleach public will have the to O. I... Sulli\an. the
( head .
dluiul nrriruugrt e ;
and Mrs. J. Iti. Hight;eld.! of --- - =--- Ott I,
it) thi : Henry Schmidt, Proprietor Daytona, Florida : Willianistown: Ky., friends of M. E. noted lecturer a*. \ViImans' >perahouse.in : It t' ,,1F
'' 0.NOOO00.NMO..OO..000..MOOO.N00..e.N0.0O000... ,
in tonight. Mr.
: Situated on the bank of the Halifax River one mile from Atlantic : Carter, cashier of the Peoples Mate :
aced it on m. Ocean. It has fifty rooms single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms (tank. of thitcit; )., who were with Sullivan's lecture, "IJfe Beyond : 4 I MRS. D. J. CUMMINGS, I
|nna>New : arc large airy and nearly all have sunny exposure. The cuisine and service the Grave," has been delivered ;in :! THE PINES Li '
for time at
Mr. and Mrs. Proprietress.
Carter a
iaJ.loderate. N is admirable. Rates, $3.00 per day and up. Special rates for families : many of the the large cities: of the : _
on application. their home on South Ridgewood avenue An attractive Modern Hotel. and under direct
United States: and Canada: has b'-en 4 4I ]I| service I
RD 11...IB.l.fl.B.B.E.B.BB..B.B..SC...B.B.BOB..B.BBCB.BOI are now guests at The O"+- well received and han aroused III lid. : [ANN borne on Orange avenue, for the remainder I !
thought and interest. alga Sullivan :( 338 South Rid ewood Avenue DAYTONA FLORIDA.
letor of their stay in Daytona.Mr. I II I
comes to Daytona:: well recommendedas I ( Same management it, the Nc N Magnolia, Anbury Park. N. J i
well-to-do I
I High-field is a fanner j
:.. .ltBl.Bl.....B.BB9llBB.l.B....*..B.B....*..B. I a lecturer and a Christain /gentle! :.... .... r
;tMl! stock dealer of \ MM .................NO OUm'LOO..v.00N00N I ; ,
II man. Recently he delivered hs: !I..<-- .
THE 113 South Ridewood Avenue. : and i in here with the Villiamtou'l .-- -- -
MAGNOLIA ture to an audience of over r..iinti III 1 1.i.
: LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. : lishing: .winter home probably Xe"York.. : ,.---.i.- ,
engaging itu business. I
: Fresh milk, vegetables and fruit en the place. Furnace beat. RATES: $2.CO per :
I 1-
: day and up; $12.00 per week and up. Ii i iI it's a New Book, t; ;

:. MRS. CELESTE HINKS Proprietress. : The Willmer r I: The OSBORNEA. I F it's a Souvenir Novelty '

....................I.I.t1.g.I.I.t.i....CI.t..I..t.I'I W.4HKANVII.. !'WI'| i OSBORNE. Prop it's something in Stationery and Engraving '

Comfortable Rooms I Rooms Only Modern Convenience-. t
- -- Excellent Table 50c.. 75c. and Sl.OO; per day
I II II .. i ... CAM. ON:; OR WRITE ,
....e..e..NN..t.THE Rates Moderate 52.50 to J6.00 per eek
r. :
I Steam Heated Rooms 11 Orange Ave
IMPROVED .1 South Palmetto .\t'e.. Daytona. Fla.

I :t CITY HOTEL; : : The H. & W: B. DREW CO. v

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( American Plan Always open New Ownership and Management : F. E. C. TIME I TABLE -- -- --- - -- .

BANK h 4. Renovated and Enlarged Good Service .. EFITCT:: JMAUivii 45-49 W. Bay St.:, Jacksonville 'i

H. C. F. DORM.e .
Management r

i it I'... .....................00.........o.e..o. ..............: ..u..TH B..r i--la"it.! I'"w- .ot:11f: I:..; Nl+ r rlH \y.! I",. !i'
a''r "' :' till a:& .ze au :li t., ...H :CNi AND YOUR OKIJKK: \t ILL BH FILLED: I'KO.MI'TLY AND
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,. :-e.......... ......+o.......... aP.ee........... t't'' I .; ';'f'I I I:: :r.,,' '. .'"i '. : ." J.J."mc". ;to., 7 .- i '. i'i', ".. SATISFACTORILY... I tt
: .i i: :ti: : :j. ..''|i : St.OrntonJ Augustine : :, : :i: ;.
aral I : THEPALMETTO I I i : Ijj ? <. (' (,' \ :' r: R t5rtstoea.cA1eJge ..; '..! :t i ii

eo ; ,-,., ' l1 .Painliea.b + ,f
; :
I .. : : p We"are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirs
Well Known -- .
: and Popular. DAYTONA FLORIDA. J : : f' ;4fUi ; ; } .

ing I 0 Overlooking the Beautiful Halifax: River. 0i I in China and Orangewood, New and J t', ,

ness I A Homelike and Comiortablc House. First Cla. III all Rcsr:t". : This schedule is published as a matter of news to readers; of Exclusive Novelties. 'N

t tnltr& 'l i' : C. O. CHAMBERLIN, ProprietorS : the Daily News and net as an tl

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: :::":;- .'" .-c lir"'fIIt" 'I" ;':':;J1 ,: ;"::....:/i. ; r'rririSea (I I dick for the construction of a four-I boulevard. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis spent ., .. t ADAMS
: : i : :
: : f'tj '
," 1 ',;;r'i''( f:;: i room bungalow.Tuesday I j I last: winter with Miss Otto after an I I I[ ORMOND-ON-THE-HALIFAX ;
if" ... Ronald of several Their'!
r.i eveningVtlliam ;: Renee seasons.
;iA.: :: I
ii ..... :: ::r. -. A\
: I I
;/o. ,..
:' ; .: << 4. .; breeze f..Seace! glad to have diem return mites
';: .:.:..: T U t'J1t... ;" ; I gave: a delightful .theater party at I are .ORMOND Is 5 I Drop In with JUt!atORMOND
t I the Crystal; Theater, followed by a ot Seabreeze.Mrs. I noithof Daytona i TOE[

::,,;iF--=" News I boat ride on the Halifax. The party I E. D. Taylor: has let the contract I located hank of on the the Halifax. west :

Cfrseiubled: at the Ellenwoiod dock, at to' L. Z. Burdick for alterations A
Klvcr. The location
EABREEZE and DAYTONA I I 1 I LirJ the Central bridge at eight o'clock. I and improvements to be madeat ", 1. of the town permits

CHAS. F. S' BEACH, two enterprising and DAYTONA ISEABREEZE I I had a pleasant boat ride across the her winter home on Halifax av- offzooddralnageandpirffct. Nearly Haj
t tI
progressive towns on the Hali- Jan. 20: -The an- Halifax to Daytona enjoyed the entertainment enue. A running porch on the noitli sanitation; f

BUROMANTHE fax Peninsula, are geographically BEACH uual meetir.g of the Seabreeze Congregational -i 1: : at the theater after I terminating: with hexagon roof and :I the?-rh elevation and Ideal 1!* sue forwinter ..J DisfranclYears
it tin old
one although incorporated as sepa PHARMACY I : which they adjourned to the boat, connecting the east and west.porches. homes. A not -ion did
hut In
no; the
rate municipalities. The towns par- : church was held Tuesday : ai
north and south I and enjoyed a ride up the river. : latticing: cement front wide Tjrldg con- II"rrt.IIII.oU.1I. rind
allel the peninsula 1 UK th.r<'
Hatch and W. H.
REAL for a distance of from three and one- James F. Dobbin evening. W. B. Visa 1 : Owens who has been visiting walks etc., are among the i-ontein- i beets! yrrnond with : TI.-world haselseA cordinjof
extend east ProprietorDAYTONA Freemean: were erected: trustees. Ir.;;. ]i Orinond Bi\ch. h< re no Mivli t.ontfortahle -
ESTATE half to four miles, and with JVIrs. Carl Gillett and Mrs. W. A. plated improvement's.i I Bi
and west from the surging seas of BEACH | T. F. Evernden was re-eh.ted: clerk, |j ; I Many fine homes! I winter I.
liaggett, leaves the latter part of the i Gillett who with his wife issptnding ramp Iround n H lie
MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything UsuallyCarried and Miss Etta Freeman elected tress are maintained onIthiT "'Inn* the short of
tide water in a First : week on her return ot Georgians the winter here is asiist-j I r. side of the tinHalifax..
FOR stream River that the sets them apart from Class Drug Store i l urer. Dr. T.o'. Evernden was el-ect-1: i Merritts[ Island: her home town. ing his father wi..h the carpenter I I liver most of them I I..ONIKlSIIKHMAN.' .

Daytona with which they have close Our Prescription , ed superintendent of the Sundjy Thos.: Morris and wife, of Xew work on Woodward's beach bun ', surrounded by subtropical By.JANESf
SEABREEZElUMSOFEU Department Is Complete I flora and DAMS <"Ount.I"ader .j
of three school, and Walter J. Gamble assistant :
communion by means In every I Rochelle :\. Y., are located in C. F. galow. .
*hrul>ltTjr. besidethrifty t'.M 1.1. ON in
bridges, as well as a half-hour ferry Respect'Phone1W I superintendent. A committee j I which!. have Mrs. Clark and of Corning :
( DOUSE Durgman's cottage, they I. daughter, ontn," and "ItVRITI:: TO Is disfranj
service. to consult wCh
Pb... 177SONNTAG Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are was! appointed : Rev. taken for the season.S. X. Y.' have housekeeping( other citrus fruit Between '

essentially summer and winter resorts E. J. Ranslow regarding the pastorate E. Gilmore was over from Glen- I apartments at the Welldou home on \..-.. l HACOfilUUil voters are slat
1 I of the church. Orlll.-l ba. man'
and are making hundreds of wood last Sunday on a visit with his Halifax avenue.C. the polls for the]

new friends every year among those BRANCH Last Sunday an 11 o'clock service, i. family, the first since the holidaylt.Cement I F. Burgman on Tuesday floated .ItiraciIuasi."n' .' I t'OI.l n.I"" I I there are only I
who desire to escape the discomforting & conducted by ReE.. J. Ranslow, .
of heat and cold, and I I sidewalks have been laid his: big new boat. Southland and it 'jr .. I the entire county]

INVESTMENTCOMPANK their extremes hotels and boarding housesare NICHOLSONFEED was held at the Seabreeze Congregational .' within .the past week in front! of the was: towed to the McCoy dock at 1M. .un. 'Ils... ORMONDIK will thus be dlsqj
church. This the first 'I .....1 "t. Z. 11
was I p1. IN Judge A-
receiving splendid patronage II. E. Olds I. engine'will beinf'tilled. ASWAY
now AND LIVERY and H. G. Wilson 'resiI Holly Hill where the ,,
from the most discriminatingclass morning service ever held: in the little \t .Ir ,und II 'n hI.Iocal I INTKRKHTEl: : operations, says
STABLEAll dence property on Valley street. i : l ..d lb.Hutel.lrniori1.' i -r....
I "
of tourists. church around the corner. .\ large i I IN l.lttll.tnToR : \ IN higher and mmen
itself with its marvelous I Prof. Hurlburt S. Jacoby and wife Last Friday night, while Mr. and HM,.1 IClS n OR jro
I r
The ocean Orders Given In 'oun
congregation in and .
Desirable beach, hard as macadam and Prompt Attention was attendance i of Ithaca X. Y., arrived this week Mrs. A. Ayres were attending the l 10'."er .It\'r, tin* tHHuNIt, : BKAUHII opinion that

Locations in smooth as a floor is the greatest attraction Onr.>ful Drivers the services were of unusual interest. j for aseason's stay in Seabreeze.Prof. Coburn Minstrel perfomance at 1)aytong .Jn-tton Inn. The: ,. Will il\t".* Your have the been guilty

part of although earth, air and sky Fauil'tar' b Roads Regular; Sunday services will hereafterXbe '' Jacoby Is one of the instructors I some vandal entered the premises 'ormer oooupl orerlook-a IrwinPrompt: at one time or a(
any seem to have entered into a combi- held at the morning hour.I 'I position[ Att It I Ion '
Seabreeze charm. in Cornell university which position and robbed one of the trees tnt; the Halifax and the most stagge
L nation to enhance its every I -number of old telephone poles I I r
The beach is the famous automobile E. A. BRANCH ,, : he has held for a long term of loaded down with handsome grapefruit the latter has as Its ruptlon yet mad

race course: where: every world's I Real Estate Agent on Ocean boulevard and Pinewood avtenue i j i years, and is a scholar of high re- Mr. Ayres had left the fruit outlook the mii. nlilf'int Lest any pharj
Offices: KvansTllle, record has been made, I are being taken down by the : bench and the at At
and straight-away Bench('ott" "!1 : pute. on the tree for the admiration of JAS.J CARNEILOHMOND be pointed
Indiana Florida and all these: records it continues to a Npeclu tty company. It is understood ,that the broad! iVtlantlc.lieldesthe It may be as weltel"fnee
Seabreeze, I i Harry Gilmore went up to Jacksonville the passersby.Mr. I I II broad! : ,
hold without rivalry present plan i ie? to use fewer poles' between
The beach has a width of 300 to I II II Tuesday: morning to attend De luth. guest at the Clarets smooth bench three ) "". FLA'i j
and that wires to be I counties was 1
500 feet and can be used from two I new are strung. the meeting of the Grand lodge of don, is having;. the dock at J. Ralph1Vi1eox's :.r. many drives for Pure la that I
II BURDICK SELDEN'S Mrs. Geo. L. Farrell entertained -earring.'3 and automobile r counties-
hours after until two hours before I. a the A. F. & A. M., which convened j landing rebuilt for the convenience < ; GUAVA xm to cle
I I :
of' around Ormond Is trying
high tide, thus giving an average DAYTON A BEACH small party of friends Tuesday aftl'r'i j
CONTRACTORand for'automobil at Jacksonville that day. of his handsome houseLout -drives to and far she has all tlj
BUILDER seven or eight hours noon at her home oa Halifax avenue MARMALADES AND
Cottages aHpoclalty of each day. Dry Goods, Shoes, I !I Clyde Weitzel; arrived Monday from Harriett. through groves:: of TROPICAL son and Is entltf
ing some part five hundred. Three tablet
.ttnntfs! furnished! Seabreeze and Daytona Beach each Men's Correct .: t were Pitttvburg.; Pa., to assist in taking Mrs. C. E. Fogg's (beach residence uoiden I oran lot e'I ; PRESERVES worthy of oddltl]

All Work> Ouir-. have a permanent population of approximately Wear set. and refreshments sened.MLss i I 'are of his father, who lies in a precarious been taken by Mr. and Mix. Doran. drives! through; trope Special Attention to )L. the reason that
ante.d.5eabreezeF7orida Al'I04l'l from : Ir.tl forests to Hp-in-: Family Orders
ordi- Anna It. Van Xort. of Brook !
1500. Sanitary Tlw 1"< ';a.lde 1 Inn I(I : condition at hits home. who are here for the season. HICHCHT AWABIM ATl .1 some example to]
drives to
nances are strictly enforced, streets lyn. N. 1'., head worker as the U'il- I 1-h ruins; I'un- A rlonn E.-.:
Uev. E. J. Uanslow and! wile, who John Crouch Mrs T. W. Wea\-- ,
and sidewalks are well kept, and : loaghby Home Settlement arrivedl.iok th ancient t'ivu* ,.Utoii-UuiT.iWW :: .. Thirty Years'
t streets opened as fast have been with Dr. and Mr;. Evem- er's brother arrived) this week from war built by .slaves ln V. C. GRANT new are being A. ""ANDE VORD 1 week, and joined her friends, Mr for of planters! of Ion:; -I'Uiirli',t...: The testimony
de den have rented aparmten-Ls TxtuMnna" Piin-h-i--
as the increasing: population I Geosetown. Ohio for a vi.Jit with
: .
drives to and selling!
and Jlr.Yalter Manchester, at the n in Kxj: >o>.lttin.ft.l" .or.i: Ing ;
PLUMBER mands. BciiJca hotels and boardinghouses ('UJtrJ.tor fur i housekeeping at Mrs. II. S. 11orrhon's
his : and family.Mr. plantations! ofli..HpItihles.ttl.Ts in this <]
!home; of C. H. Poor on Pinewood ster: Ing on
Water. ..t<*Hiii and there is ample cottage acco- MASON WORK hocse: at the corner of Pinewood ,
lias FittingPhono 01 All KudsCOnrreh .t\enue. Miss Van Not, who is reox and Mrs. Herbert George and than thlrtyear
all winter visitors in boulevardMr *
modation for I avenue and Oakridge who* places! nre r.- have not been nj
t 165-2ic both to\.a.. ,'uroing.! ',' "eriag from a severe attack of and Mrs. Det'amp. of Newark, friend. Mrs. flown left Monday on 1It.t.! with the lnt,Tt M'nORANGES' : honest elections]
IoIltkwalks. tr.I1AYTONA .
II.; BKAOII: All the ar--vncs3of: ;: Seabreezeapplies m'\"H; :r.pp'e and is here for a month's rt+>t. :\. J.. who came smith for the pleasure ft ten day trip: to Nassau and interfiling - of Mouth rnrruth litlcnl commute.officials .
KLOItlllAPINEHURST iind flowers
I'-jtona the two : _- ;i." tfu voyage south under ;
: to Beach
: of the sea voyage, and spent a : point.vA on- ofthernotin- ant) lira( |
towns bciti* so similarly situated. ,"d:'-ai week in Seabreeze, lefty Monday on t'r.-"tln.t of there andG3pefruif were
The devcK ic..it of f Daytona Beach FITZGERALD ?IrGeorge Bray of ehimpl't' I their return north. Heartless Joker. pl.int.-itions Is at the dates wu IMJ!
has been ft.ias:t phcnomiual as its Falls Ma is here for the \ulwati-rs of the ,
1't-nliisul.i s. tie"umn.and h : more f? tit' 'h'
&: l: B. Case, of Cleveland.: Ohio. In "Tlie I': niux and) the amlies"
111'1\ sister on the north, and each year is comfortably located with Mr. !'I illfnx and known Best Grown salary \ f"u
Beach OATESLAWYERS who has been at Coronado Coach for ('I.ire Jerrold recalls a story of the
Daytona .
there is a srbtaulial growth. Thereat :e< :\Iuundro\; It .
Mrs. Burdick srteet.i by rear
and ou Valley 01'0on Ht. Aucustun -
P: c Motl rn. Ooiivenlun- sand dunes>> have been leveled I !sometimearrived: this week and has .heartless.Sheridan. who \\i* sit Hath I, wiii* of the tlo..tur.'l1ro'Ion'h' Automobile regime: ?
: r. ". KiitisU.asoniihlc. i The Girls'uxilar; 'llJf the Library
and hi'idsoric: homes have been 1 taken rooms at the Bur mau home. with Ht'mt: h. Meeting after a long. ; Rot 1 I.) MUSNorth \ Men \\". .t
i aM-: .,fiation met p'stemawith Mi"'s h-te': 'u.t: of Florl- of
Mrs. W. H. Freeman built for both winter and all-year- : I Daytona Fla. I I I The Baptist Seabreeze mission has al,sence one Major Un-n.tun. who was HoTEL OllMOXD: )plum t.ipot 4c
Proprietor 1: llutji Co.ite: at her home{ on Sea d i uul i i. umld vrypntty
round occupancy. a mo\eiueiu on foot to buy a lot fort noted for his high play at ;'::1 w IJIl 11::. surrounillmjsMoundarove ;! to Intd >I'! It:
breeze avenue Daytona Beaoh. i, Bee, Knox ?P
: church building. Substantial donations Sheridan asked: "How are you major? : is on to go on "II'The
;, T E..1. Bninch -this week sold to Deed -.
I' have been promised as ...non as i How hlnU been going. on of lateV" tilU,, .tonl&- !-:alut Compai.; ,'orntJltt.way .
A R/t 1, RII R]. .*ri i i1. II. Phillips a lOt at the corner of the platt of purchase and locationire "I have had threat inisiorttine since Autjusttni; roud. Bl'LOW Po-toffico lUll he t J JFO

1 Promptly executed atGazette I I :):tkt and Bath streets. Mr. PhillirnN I more advanced.Mr. ,last wo rues:' was Un-n>ton's repljL. --= --- eager. < se'ereignt '

I fiJb.; p ; : ..; a cousin: of C. .\. Phillips who has "I have lost Mrs. Urt'n>lIm." : : >. char t|
I '
Printing and MIS. J. < Ell s arrived Finely executed F.i
News Office. 1e( :, .'' sideince proi[>erty at Daytona Ieaeh.I : "Aye," answered Sheridan. "How -b-P- J came fixed

I The! lot \\ :.11 illIII"I.I.d., the <-.nnt from Hiram. Ohio: last week and are did you lose her, at hazard or at Job Printing at regarded like( cat j

aids.aaaauaaK1yY1K1)aaJYxYzuYuzYXu. . .aX y t t :\act having: been l let to I. Z. Cure at the Harpster home on Ocean iruinze?" this office. Y gifts vfir]
\j were fot. r -1 I

being rarrled oj

night. After

r'Y'' 'iNlWNmmmr c r ffli'rN/M Wir\' r W'ir c.tii i i i ff\ "' i. W open they, and received.men I

r':!: !!!!!:!!= !!!:!!! house mounted and n) box nUt|!

the higho t bids> j

of the law weti

; Choice Port Orange River [ root Property I voters an the was he traffic Both had street ndditional done,. a and parties got.-trane lion thl On$1J

henna ind wnt'I IIng

clear stretch of river marsh. Avenue and New ) the !f."lth';; I
Fronting a ; no Ridgewood Smyrna Iff for < Hi-

he Votit! nut

Road on two sides. River road and 'street on other two sides fci..n,.,' III'

ting Ill' "etVote !

Improvements being made on all sides of property.

Th \ 'un

how,*V,., r/u

these II II hh' I

RIDGEWOOD AVENUE do limb'e .elm


!l oi.eii the I !I I ; r I It wns marl

1 I I i iI scratch: ;? liBlgll. -

EI ..diiibi IE] I : I i E.. ldiiiib.. ; Afiotli..

I tion was to '

I! I i I I j 1 1I I \ : mark tin l.alldifl'erl'ut

I I I I I / urn
each man

I. 13 I 12 11 : 10 j I 9 i iD : ( 8 7 would l tlf for
I IQ I 1st rundtduU'
Attractive terms will be madeto I I I I i ig PRICES: office. if a

build I i I' !I! Lot 1 200x346 $1,100. this paid peculiarbe Tin
anyone buying to on Q: I I I I I II Iz ,
of these lots. I i I. Lots 3 and 4 79x346 each die hock w

any zf I I I ? Iween the nf'|

I II $750 for both 111\tiI his flrk
I or $400 each. r
These prices will be maintained X23.

3z I !, Lots 7 8 9 Adams me n
I 10 11 each
for thirty days, but we Q: I r, not arts
I selling 11111>
J !
79x346 4
reserve the right to raise them z o ;I I $300 each. $:;OIxsn recta,

I- I gosei. tntvv.
> I II I Lot 12 100x346
< $350. price"intluen.
after that time. G )1t I "-*- nj

II I Lot 13 100x346 Swing, oilier

2 I 4 I! 5 SI $400. There was the nr e r 1

count T\I\ |

,.. old A men-a|

.... -any la retFarmlnp tot

[Et I [!!! I 13 i i [:1 I I IE] Adams i>... I t H

ties th.t tin


lias Inn 'tit.

HALIFAX RIVER miles fr,i, t

ndr..I .

Address E. F. OATES, Secretary PORT ORANGE DEVELOPMENT : COMPANYJXVYTOXA hart river 11ft...i.?.

tilt t

W. C. HOWES, Port Orange who will be glad to show you the'property. ea1 Set.A.b"I!!I"<..,,', f

i "'
inrnradj. 4,

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1 Coo O. I I. I T I I T I . ..0 i judge,: and the prosecuting:: attorney 0.................(...........N......N............

I asking all those 'guilty of buying or { .1

t selliug votes to rome before the court I VERBALJITFALLS, WEJPROPERTYI SELL '
w 1 4r DAMS COUNTY[ 0. SHOWS 'HOW In the t first sentences imposed| !': Judge

i in ii ,, Blair made it plain that It woud! 1l"1 i
{ much easier with those who c111!! (' Traps That Await English Speak-

i in voluntarily: and confess than with

; with tue atMOND' r those who reiiste.l.! Knowing him to I ing Tourists In Portugal.

TO ERADICATE CORRUPT VOTING.f ,' be a man of his word. the culprits; ::r I \ .

rived the '
literally by hundreds The:; I .

f 1! did not wait to be indicted, c ''I THERE ARE NO TOES THERE.But : If there is any property in Daytona that : II

i I! So great was the Influx Into West' .

'.; Nearly Half the Electors Public Auctions of Ballot i Union the county seat, that all! the : you want see us.Ve are in a : I
/ ... Then
] hotels and l"oardlns houses \\ <' I One Has Twenty Fingersto
J; 4', : For Five For 30 Years Revealed I! : position to aid you. +
Disfranchised I crowded to their capacity, and I 1 the Make Up the Loss. Fingers of the

e out old log in dIdo theN Years and Fined Ac- by ProsecutionsOthf f people. had to throw open their h..III..1 Hand and Fingers of the Foot-Oddities : :

lie., jou'll rind to entertain the repentant \ !! of the Verb "to Walk."

'r.'orld hits t'11M'- cording to Amount er Communities i : ers Judge Blair's court teats! called' 4 EDMONDSON & DONNELLY-I

no such com j "the mourners! bench. and the .fu.I. :e I The englishman or American In
> l tlr winter of Bribe Taken. Also Guilty? i
Portugal who thinks in las own language :
ground us lie himself! became' "the father confess :

Umax.KlSIIKRMAN.the shores. of ..,.. Ooo i oof I I I I I I . I I I I I . I . 1 0J or." Some of the poor "Hill Billies": and tries to speak in the language .N .lee.N ee..e Oeeee..Nee.e.fON.01 ..

: I walked thirty miles to I lie on hand i of the country he visiting is t

By JAMES A. EDGER TON. most as badly tainted as Adams-likewise Others came on horseback or in road a great smile producer. .......................... I..........................

f DAMS county 0., may become the numerous other counties In this wagons converted Into carryalls-nny- 'or instance, you never marry anybody . I If

RITK ON TO leader lu a new crusade. She I broad republic.: thing to ,get: there! : in Portugal unless-strange para : The HANDPROPERTY : 'I',f Do you want to buy or : t

1.\ is disfranchising her boodlers. Other Counties Guilty. Easy on Willing Confessors.To dox-you happen to be a priest You : rent in
I ; property
i iI
MACON Between 2.0UO and 3,000 of the marry "with" your beloved Maria, and : ; I If
nil those who confessed Judge
I i Judge,: Blair touched this :
slated to stay from recently on '
voters are the priest marries you both. In the i I : Daytona? =
Blair The usual
gave \sentences.!: .1 j t
of the :
phase subject also the -
: on
the polls for the next five years. As power same never dream about . .
way you anybody
ORNTONMOND i there are only about G.!OO voters In !I 1 of the newspapers to rectify the fine was the amount received by the but always "with" them. e ;, : We have the cheapest : f fi
evil lIe said culprit at the last election. If the man : SILVER BEACH A'r '
than onethirdwill :
the entire county more :
When landladr
the- at
your boardinghouse
and the best.
were all this remitted but
poor :
thus be disqualified. While the other counties In Ohio and .1 i
| practically all the newspapers; In this $5. If very poor time was ,given: to is ladling out your soup you : i. I
WAY Judge A. Z. Blair the man directing from : .
call out.rrlT'e' You are telling Extending I $7,500 buys one of the best resi
TKRKRTEDWPKRTY country are looking askance at AdfimsI settle even this trifling amount. In : I
IN operations says that the number mayo I county and Faring how dreadful It must addition the voter was disfranchNed her tu arrive at the stopping; point-In River to Ocean : S dence on Ridgewood Ave. Completely :
higher and may include half of the I be to have fo votes sold and bought. II
many other words, that don't want more .
IMOND OR for five years!' nnd a suspended!: Jail I you dl furnished and located on :
men In the county. lie has expressedthe I would gently!: remind them that right at r .
XI) RKAOHIM that two-thirds of them '', their doors there Is as much If not more. sentence Imposed.! A pointed admonition -'I than she has put out. When you seea I I : corner lot. Call on -

Gl\e Your opinion i fraud than In Adams county. It is vastly: was given to keep straight,: or this, child that you want to fondle v the : FOR SALE OR RENT : .
of their .
selling votes .
n"1 Promptttrntion have been guilty different, inasmuch as It Is practiced inopt'n Jail sentence' would be, enforced-likewise I I other side of the room you say to her .
at one time or another. This Is about defiance of the law, while here we : M. L. Waggoner
\ "Arrhe here. And the child prompt :
I i
) the remitted of the fine.
t the most staggering revelation of corruption -j i have had hardly any law for many, years part i BINGHAM I I THO I, .
ly "arrives. IPSON !
The have been secret. s o
made. ] Of course Adams county has to bear proceedings I r
yet 1. the brunt of this criticism. It will bear that no man's shame need IK known I In England when we speak of walking : : Office People State Bank. .

CARNELLBtOND be Lest pointed any at Pharisaical Adams county finger,: however of scorn |j I satisfied It to cleanse if these Itself."goody-goody"Rut It would newsapens be more- unless be told It himself.! But he must we But refer the to a certain e of the"towalk" ........................... : N.....i.... ................ ;

to for five legs. Portugueseerb,:
not vote
It may be as well to state that the difference I and these "goody-goody" politicianswho attempt years
FLA. That would the has many more ti lllfi<'ations.
between her and certain other are gazing Its way with the kindness: mean penitentiary.To
uf cturerofHomeMade I lot a father would kindly turn their eyes recalcitrant offenders!' the sen In Portugal not only do the people 'i
counties-I was about to say all other to their own hearths and ascertain If they walk but also the carts and cars walk
fence was more drastic. Five men
countIes-is that she has repented and Ii are as clean and spotless as they should
\ JELLY who failed to come before the court the trains walk a balloon walks and iiADOATES
la trying to cleanse herself. In that
I be.I am a great believer In those: newspapers : when ordered !so to do were hauled out a boat walks. 'Stranger still the REALTY TITLE E
ALADES AND far she has all the best of the comparison
TROPICAL I which print the facts concerning the of bed at 2 clock: in the morning and hand of a clock walk round the face! ,
and Is entitled to praise. She Is!(
government whether It be municipal A clock, by the way. never goes: it
ESERVES I sent to :Jail. A rich man who had sold
worthy of additional commendation for county state: or national. I bel'eve! we I __
I Attention to his0':(' was fined $..w-.wt>( A former "works.
that she I Is wholesome i are getting to be too big a nation to al1 -
j'\ the reason "setting a I
nUy OrdersAmertcnn low the politicians\ to run us. to think for county official who after leaving court Unless; you are: very Intimate ornery AND INSURANCE CO. 'INC.
example to the nation.
ATI ,1,1
Kx-: !| us and to run our government for usI made threatening,: remarks, was called rude :you never say, to jour fair part- _

tionI3uauulndln : : Thirty Years' Political Debauchery.The I Any one at all acquainted: with poUt back, ,given a heavy fine and warned ner at dinner. "Will you have some _
leal conditions knows this charge, to that any more talk of that kind won id bread?" etc You inquire "Will your
testimony shows that the buyIng CONRAD BLOCK 'PHONE 128 ti jJ
lianaAiNGES Pur'llIIslIlon I be true. The writer has personally menu the )penitentiary. excellency have some (bread?" or. "Will \,
, t.J.ol.j and selling of votes has been goIng -
| heard detailed stories of similar eor Many of the personal!': Incidentson the lady lime: some bread': the "lady"meaning ?
on in this Ohio county for more
ruj'it ion in other Ohio) c'ountit's-likl'! nected with the crusade: were pathetic not some other lady, but sour
One man said there
than thirty years. r
I wise in up tate counties III New York otherlai'ghable.. One old! 1:1I1y."rIO"" fair partner herself.In .
have not been more than three or four We beg to offer the following
M1rVL: I I The I'oliti-ul workers make: no sen ret aged, husband und imbecile son wereifrX : spite of winter you are never cold
honest elections in all that t11Ul'u-
I l
I 1 i in Portugal unless!': you are a c'or""c'YOI1 I
litical committeecandidate*. e'oction! I - --- -- ; from our list'ofproperty 1
[ are "with" cold In (heame
officials and practically all in authoritywere
are occasionally "with" he.it. "
way yon
The drain candidates /
and Implicated. on -
; "with" he: ilach0. "with" hunger or : ,
was so IHMTJthat sioral spent| i
pefruit ',' 'wlt II" thirst Chen yon halve CIC"I-: ;
more to be elected than: their entire i i :
i sinn to disus, the weather >'"n >.I.iy."It oc.
|st Grown salary. A few were financially: r\IIt'll iI -4. I a
'makes'cold.." "If 'makes' f.nr"eto No. 124 $4.800 will furnished
buy ed
cp i ir
i on St. Aucns- by running for (:lice. Fader thn! I I
I Autoinobllumil' regime othtc eekors' IMH-IIIU! scathe. On iniir way home front an entprtalninem = house on Voiusia avenue four bed

forth)Mlles of Ien .Wf're !not It>ss an\iou for t the : you toll! youromleiumion, Ii ;: room and bath five rooms on first a
that it "111:1 kC's" dark ot,
:L OiiMOND 3
plums but the price was: too high.[: It I
If of tier husband wf; -
shaking ::1
got to bo so that men had: << to be drifted : I 1-
Knox i rCompar. I I says tie IN a "tame" man She mereUmeans t No. 10--1.300. five room furnish
to go on the ti< ket.
.; The corruption started in a small that he I is a man )..f I p<:a\<'e and i'I ed: house! one acre of land, Holly Hill ,

111' ro+totnce way but the voters themselves were justice. ;: fruit tree F

BO eager to sell their portion of sovereignty The word I "house" means more than I No. 119-7 acres land 300 orange ;

that the shameful hit .became with us Your buttons !share jour own '
J 11:1 peach and persimmon. trees 6 room
Finely executed privilege of living; in a !house. Thobuttonholes
fixed. Election day came to IH I' dwelling $2,003.
at regarded like Christmas a seasonof :are called "houses ofthe
buttons, The squares on a chess, No. 103-$3000, five acre bearing
gifts. At first the bargain and sale
i this office. '.
were secret the negotiations,: usually board are also "hous.,!,." You don I grove Scuth Ridgewood. .

being carried on in a back: lot at midnight say. "I'm gains to vhavp.nn s.iv I No. 105-$7,500, new house on
After a time It ,grew more "I'm going! ; to 'do' the t-+ar(1.either

( open and men boasted of the amounts do jou say on tlV way to the \bar ,i ;: Ridgewood avenue.

WW' they rect I\"f'l. One old ,gentleman: /WO5tCUTOR -<<<--' Ilf'r's.I'm going; to get my hair nIt" No. 106-$1,200, two large, deep P

mounted n box In front of the courthouse f'A.sMtv6LY pJ : I INEcf y J1J : but "you say "I'm going; to cut my lots on South Ridgewood. .

and auctioned off his vote to hair.

the highest bidder and 1 hough officers When yon are in Portugal you have No. 120. j4 acres land, 103 orange

of the law were standing by. nothingwas twenty fingers, but no toes I If you trees, truck land 5 room cottage, j

done about It I want to make a distinction! you $1ffi' dJI

Both parties! we l 3 i No. 07-$2.200. five
room cottage
traffic and this gate': not a few of the 4 "fingers of the footIII Tc':141: "f
:\ I Daytona and Cypress streets, large
voters a chance to work both sides of : > i telling the servant to "N! the table: }

the street. One old chap testified that : f J I you tell her. to "put" it. When y..1 lot
.a I be had ,pot: $10 from the Pemofrats. : >:!. go to the theater you "assist"; : .Y"11 I yw No. *.03-$1.500. small bungalow. :, :: I

an additional $10 from the Republicans -t ('i( f: '" _. i, don't mean: by that that jou "' .11I,' I West Magnolia, lot 50x150, almost

and wound: up the day by workIng : \ : on" nor even that yon do n little s:"eiieshifting. j new.

the Republican candidate: for sherIff ?k..J. : t X"f\\ ; Ton moan that Jon :'r.. i !h.'ifiesidviit ..S rl ,,

.". f ....d I mdipit.. .:\ No. 110-$2CCO truck farm, 7'2' 1
for $ Ito did not sawhic'lI way ., ,. .- : !: in flats who : t: :- ::a I it
he voted, but jM v>.5iliIy easel:; his conscience I I cJUDCEA..cBLAIR F ,&' -, -..- I Inv; n holiday: in Portugal: will !III' if, : :.. acres c'red' : 2 acres tiled house R:
} if he had: :any left I by splitting i Bg'r. -a:; ; .,' oJM I'i..,:,' : licved( to hear that no one |.!'r,y-: I t'ie'! GtY and barn. :

his ticket. *val n t piano' thenTley: m-n-'j'! "toilh" 'tNeither t Ma
<>a No 11--$9003, one of the best ..
I : .
do they rin_ b.-l's! FIi
i Vote Buyers Cautious.The .... f 1 I: t1..... ,. '-.": .toudl" them, :11':11. P.ttt tI.cv. "11:3Stoney ] "" -M homes on: Ridgewood furnished large .A..' t t

vole buyers u..uallJIIall... sure i.\#....{"'..< .... nieaninUf i f that tte\! t thunx, .G,.,: lot. garage. ft m, I

however that they were not foolnl. I by ;. '. ., .J them and .at .I i\s" when\ \ : ,
ship MM "i :
. .. .. 1 : a -
.. --",. No. 122-New house, cent-OIl I loca.J'tion.
these double barreledotc' seller1'0 3g& *& Z it pitches and tosses.lie I I
i--, : +? pah _*- >$S*$tic vf ""pJC i1"!! *. .. : ;b beautifully furni .led, large I loC i
141 do this an eUMion j-idiro had: to !h. :i ,. . F" .. careful how jou tell jour 1 Iut.l-
confederate. liy shaking< li t ticket "' <- ,,". "'_ J : tint intend to dine out or c qtr; modern c in every way garage $11OCO. o
..... u''A, :" ,::';.: ; ,"'.' lady : you ,, III n:;..
1 l open the judge could set which' wax PHOi s.'l5i4"i.r'jrAV v Ye t R:;"tQ" ';.'. m'-. .31 "' ,.... . : she" may think with a shrug!! of the ?e No. 11, -$2.000 will buy a nice aft,

It was! marked and so report bj 'FS: 'OC/A7J'Y I SCENE/IV l-lEST. . UNI7N.0j: shoulders, that you intei.d scratching! :; his ear or by some other 111 ..
"outside"! e., In the garden. :answer .
i and cj w-ter; electric lights; cor i
sign. Another method of identification OHIO COUNTY SIIAT: \\IIICiI! IS I I'KNTIIU: : OT Iittiltl-i: : :\" IiISCi.OShlt'I-:: o to the kind !inquiries, of our ff

was to have each louhtotf'r, ,: AM) rUl.VCH'ALS IN TUB ItAU.or TlCACii; : friends don't say that you are well: i, ner lot. I n '
mark his ballot in n peculiar "' :IY. a -- --- -- say that you are ";:(ocod." He careful: No. 123-A bargain at $3,600, Pal i

different mark being arranged,: for In your use of I words Some. words i metto avenue, 3 bedrooms, bath, completely j
I! of the matter. Some of them f"'t>U01'1I1) Indicted, walked miles trying;: to raisemoney Ii t
each Sometimes the marking
man. Socialist boast of their exploit In winning to .pay the fines. Judge,: Blulrr..mlttt'lJ similar in form are widely different in furnished, good condition. y'' Ij
would be for Prohibition or -
i their election districts by the use ] the whole amount and ordered I! meaning:; as an American missioiiarjome Houses exactly alike in safne!- row

office.candidate If a ballot for some was unimportant found| with I'of money. Frequently the jioliticalI the bailiff to take the woman to : discovered to his cost when valued at 6500. I j '

I I committees of both parties keep lists the hotel and give her the best meal preaching in Brazil once a Portuguese:; I
this peculiar marking:; the voter wouldbe 1 colony. His subject, was "The Prodigal A. 25 acres near oity limits; IS
Is of whose
: of 'noutf'rs"-that men in town.
paid. The bidding:; was often fast ': fenced and in 6-
his cultivation;
1 I Son. and he gravely informed acres ; j
votes be purchased. Indirectly
and furious. One ii an, Uncle Freddie can Women Now the Voters. .
have heard similar tales from Indiana: j hearers that when the young man returned j room house and barns 2000. :
Bock went back and forth l between In the school district of Itilltowo nil i home. his father killed for him ;JII I
and elsewhere. '
the and Democrats B. Lot on Ridgewood in Holly 'jot
1 Republicans! the men have been indicted and the
take this the fatted beetle! Cut he had merely 'I
>):>mil his price was raided: from $10 to Let jude everywhere up Hill. 150x309 $500. '
work. And. If the Judges will not. let women will have to do the voting and made a mistake in one cw..litlry"mn'l.. ;:
?25 hold the "rtkt! > ThrU'n han already j
: s. A bridge moans a bridgethat
the newspapers come to the front. Ifi ; C. 15-acre hammock grove; trees
1 Adams Is (county but poverty.Was
j poor declared themselves
each should > at I Is Immovable (not a drawbridge seven old and full ,
for vote i paper in county p years in btaring;
not always the excuse I lone for school trustee.It So do I
also:: "sleeps" !
Stagnant wafer
I Is worth this matter man fashion and in earnest I ; near railroad west of Kingston, $3,000D. }
selling.,: One of the culprits ; has lK-eii charged that many of trucks or trains that wait anywhere
1 there would soon IK an epidemicof
$50,000. Others are ministers\! of the ; that would the wives eneouraged their husbands I during the night,: When they lauch in ; PRACTICALLY NEW tiOTEL- !t, I '

gospel lawyers and d.ctors. Often a bribery prosecutions<< in Iniquity and used the money to buy Portugal they "untie themselves to FOR SALE : CENTRALLY LO'I' I
higher price would IK given a man of"Influence" have a tonic moral effect on the whole I
I finery. This the women indignantlydeny I laugh" and when they try they "un- CATED; WELL FURNISEHD ; CAN
i on the theory that ho could nation. and that they have opposed I o
say ( ( A
I : make themselves in tears" persisteutly I SHOW PROFIT OF OVER $2,500 '
swing other votes with his own. Nor i j Sentences Old Friends. the trafiV. line woman howe\er. hasl.Ullfl..sc..1 unfortunate man says' "I all >.> : LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH ? I I I
was the tranV foreigners.' !
among:; that she sold theote of
i unlucky that If I fell on my l ba'-k: I iIiC
the I See what: one determined man has TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS.- :>o
There are very few foreigners,: In I her son. I'unrtwas her excuse.A should break nose-I..nJ"n: K ,
county. The men are nearly all of done: Judsre Blair has had: to typical( : case Is that of JamesIlljthe. i i my $13.000 ON EASY TERMS. tt ,

old American stock.or are there tence his old friends and ;.: l-n-I After had emerged swers. } !
r ... E. Small. cottage on corner lot on
any large,: towns to spread corruption. Nearly every man that comes I II from a seance with the judge a bystandt"piiHHl Names. I } 1
Farming I Is almost the sole industry I him he'' call by hN first name lielyis Hopeful Ridgewood: lot 100x150; fruit trees. t
up."Waal. colored
Adams! Is one of the Ohio river counties had to boar threats nsainst his. I I Jim what did be do to ye?" I Two brislit looking of;: laughinc'yaceosteil tll'Y'l: well, $800 on easy terms. !.
about Even age;
that have 1 Ixvn nearly stationaryIn : life. Me tine had to face the opposjtlou I- Tlned me $.". and disinfected me forth. : a lawyer on the st-evt. ''I'1'' :
for several decades. It of machines in the beginning :- .. 1
population political 3 ears. said J I 111. man:: stopped and asked the boys tin ir e. :

has but one railroad which !s many it wi exceedingly difficult to The judge has literally "disinfected names."Johnsing.. a, We have some very attractive river front property : "

miles from the county seat. The J heyday find a praiul jury that would! return the county f IIr live \ears. :
of Its prosperity was before the I Indictments. These jurors had to confront lie Ls gofn:; over the tt'rrfton.onee. ; was""" the :d in Port Orange that can be sold on reasonable terms :;
twins. \ -
/ =
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advent of steam railroad, wlu-n the I In a less' tie:re'. the same opp v again. The first time he "u
river was the chief moans of trans sit Ion. the sume hatred, the same actual ." lie said and some of the offenders insisted the ama<-eJ ..jaestioner"Mah !

One of the Ms i iy to t.. and life en<- ..unterrd between the teeth. The .. -.- -
portation. crops ; peril property slipped : name." ar.swettol! ..11. "!is S' -1dnd :'" y ...;:
1'a0.notlc'r! t''II1 to 1 lio farmlns I by .Tudce I'.Ialr.When f'e<*ond time he I Is employing; a flue th.'h'.
his name [ ojntii.g; to r. : We have
and :
out rotesMost of tin county<< is; Wily rwe'\i! c honest and fenrle! tooth ('coml. "is Saleratus: M-w:! don ;".*c ::'1 .1!,' = a general insurance agency : ,

and the .denizen of thoso swtlons arc weret fo-retber the next; step "Can any gixnlome out of Na'ire'h : -
men .
; -il
,tbel"" :\111 she ui\e us nnmetn! y can insure against almost everything 'except .
called "I Iii I P.illics" or Ililllkoiis!': was t., cat: : in the vote buyers and demand ?" f.l Is surely coming,: out of ,.1ccessful l iu raisin': ."-Newark Star.Creatapss ; 11(a I It.e"
Adams is the next county \M'!-t ofScioto. their INts of floaters with Use This nioden T'<,t.- -, !!'in-! \:":"-oth frost and taxes. ,

ts lu which the city of Portsmouth threat! of imprisonment If they refu"- dams .-ount'r! :i: : ,'- ,'\':. "orment.-The-. =.. t i iI
t several < plawirdMrttu too'itles Ir .1' .. '! i d.! .I<.I'I: >! ,11.11
Is 1 located. Scioto an l .-.1. Then the ('ounty3 ; '', r &

adjoining counties are said to I>e al- a proclamation sIpnM by the I, 10likew'.. 1.eP9" I /11111,11111' . Y .: Ilrlaftlllf1111u1r11111IJIIIS.,. .1 r YJ ,, .. !11lflllb. I'L '

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: Reduction : BARNES : r .* Rain tc
: : THE NOVELTY MAN : SUITS II' YS + cept fair'

: Sale. : I I. .night; mod
Hclli !Htntloiu-ry flint School !Supplies, t +
so .. .. .. I'hoii'Hirupln.. Hawing Marhln.-*, .. Bathing CAPSand .' .j., + + + +
We are overstocked on HUNT'Sand T>-x wliters. C'ut"'rFI..lIln!; TiicklToys. :unlNotion .,
5 For the largest stock of Embroideries and the best : :. FRUITS JONES', ranging superior from 1 to quality 5 Ibs. :r .: -.. .: I SHOES II
in tins and glass jars. are
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: values at the lowest prices to The Big Store Sixth Seas
go : : going to sell these goods on SATURDAY : I \VI11 ill** frame your t'h-ture', tlsoiir ) j < :
: Another January 14, at prices 8 . \ (.tmp-iaiut I'iiil hr'I1:.... ilmrpfiijtMir '
shipment of Flouncings BandsBeadings : ,, COME AND SEE OUR LINE.
cent. above cost. MUWaniliitlir TooUiiml re| ilralmr n
: per : "" t Hiiytlnni; that I.. out of whai-k( I i
: e t., just received.THE In Girt for any want mil on .
: : Don't miss the bargains we will : .

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tent help we can do the most
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i Opposite the Yacht Club I No, 237 North Beach St. 'Pholle 55 : rl
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:\1:':;. .1./ H. Cornwall: accompani-d ( J Jl BE PRESEI
W. M.
M.-S IJlair: to :Augustine Thiirs- SHAFFNERReal : I

ti:y: afternoon, for a returni.I..t of l There a II

The Four Picker I : .; !"t'.t..t.)>. Estate and \ the business

--r (1 Fire Insurance Daytona a* tlj

I Earl'il1iamSOD is in the city, \ at S
and Excellent Company of Sixteen having arrived yesterday afternoon.. 122 South Beach Street ... J. evening
of orgamz-ng:
driving down from Jacksonville: in a --- -
are expe ed
Jackson touring car accompanied by
Tiesal: ) fo|
Open Daily at 2:30Snow : Mr. aiuLMrs.: D. W. Jambs of I
itarrtsOu/g.': W.'a.., and Mr. and l ...:':::: .:." : ,::::.:... cuss I m mat)
-- - .. :'::: kind of <' vuj
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T O N I G II T - -- --- --- - - --- ----------- Mrs. If. Ii. Headley. of Waynesnirg. : fti :>:. nuiube of

; Pa.+ who have located at ph> ..., :" ..., a+
\l\V' KVJSRY Hoiu: (;;lhh';. I.. .. "..!.j; ..-.. sinews i 1I..n o
....., ..-. :" climax or an
"ST. ELMO"Popular I this end wii-
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1 .lonii (;J. Taylor, of lialtinioiv. Aid.. 4 **It is :Miss Adele Smith: who nan ember I

.1 su.:-.t at the Saratoga; Inn on been selected; to represent the Daily i RETURN NEXT MONTH.I I! ]PROTECT YOUR EYES i Ther.s\ m
News at the (. ,ltal Theater tona needs
j Sou;n llfUfli !street acts imivhas.din' ; r) tomorrow
; Prices: Children 35c, Adults SOc, 75c. Reserved Seats at Hankins' i..1. Burns the open lot at the liisht:: and she will be given two -- i and thus avoid serious eye trouble. trade contra

1 1 oriit-r! of Heath and C'eJar streets. '.;ck.ts to"hie show if she will calf |DELEGATES TO MEETING HELD !; While out in your automobile wear l I mend league

ut the Daily Ne\\ > office. i II goggles of some kind to protect civic orgaUlz;

------- ----- -- - -- j *FOIl SALE-:-My Ford runabour; --.- LAST WEEK IN TAMPA WILL I. your eyes from the wind and dust r for the
-i ,... ., ,,1v..lIt'ut: condition. F'. U. 1'OI'K. ..Ph.uetl1 call for your cleaning RETURN FROM VISIT IN CUBA j; also the bright glare from the shell from such an I
13&C.; and pr ?shlg. tf BURNETT. i J roads. I have a full line of goggles too often en|
.t Your Day of Opportunity _. I IN FEBRUARY.In from SOc. up. tug here
| Mrs.; Imbush arrived Wednesday: I We have oil
..I.g trom! Milwaukee, U'is.; to spend the'' The ladies of St. )Ian'* Guild will reply! to the invitation sent bySecretary Dr. Neville H. Clark whole
May not be far It is a good plan to for the hold their in the
very away. prepare j annual bazaar and val..nLine I
balance: of the season: with her par1 1 14. I. Waite. of the \ thing needed
'; future NOW Start a Savings Account with us-add small sums I sale: at the Guild ball on Orange -
t'ut: )Ir. and Irs. J. It. Moore, at OptometristLook \
steadily. When an opportunity comes, you will be ready. Your { avenue Wednesday, February S, at :> Hotel Men's Association; of Daytoan |I t oration for -b'J
their winter home,
corner of Hidge- 1 to the dek>satt4 to the National for the Sign of the EYE. + t ..gressi.t"Ile:
4 cent. interest in the meantime. \s'l|
savings earn per u 0'111', and Orange avenues. I| from 2 to 10 o'clock in the afternoon.
You can start an account in a small way.PEOPLE'S I : I A.S usual, refreslmieots; n ill i be soUl: sociation of Railroad Agents to stopover :> -- -- alive to oppoj

: j ;in ad Sit ion to the fancy a\.icles and -in Daytona: information baI, the interests
Mr. and -Mrs.
Harry Michael ,
j been received here that the delegates I- community
STATE BANK ., f,; IVes tern Port Md. who have vulentiotri.FOU who are now touring (:u It.I.t i and the soul;

t tn---ii for the past week with Mr- will not return Jo Florida until the'. 4 ahead whilestanding
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. Ai.i'ii;+e 1's cousin S. K. Michael and IUXTX.: RiIgewtxal. OPENEDNow still
first of month.
_ part next i
:..:u.ly, on Baker street departed opp. Thv Itenneti. :t rooms, batii. s:sr- 1 'business
IV..1.1 -ut.H. I'. I.KI.ANI: :.: 4':" inM.. K.r11TKII.: t : A meeting of the delegate \\ :II : men
Thursday afternoon for \YabajKo z'1.:;; : y. STILLAIAN.] 4i".f
YK-''-l'ivM.I.'iH15.. SKAMAN.; M I I\V.\tJioXKL.; ; : : I.1 ,be held at Iahn Ileach February' 7. i I together fort
A here they w ills; S. K. Michael'ri after the return to Florida and at i! t pushing their]

,I -on, A. D. .1li.batol.lr.: Michael Win. Ue-ndsbers, of Anlsley, N. Y., that time final plans will be toads<< I f and l pushing
_ I I lias; (mif .south with the idea of I who hiiis been a regular ()a"tona'io; for the remainder of the trip to t/a..il'i/ Located .stead of pull
;. at.njjt: ; in the state. Ii Intetub'r I jit tine for a cumber of has I .1 aidhl
seasoas. homes: in the north. Several; s de/ other as
i i purchased of Mrs. J. II. Niter her trip are planned by the delegatesduring : It its organj
( ; I in Our .
(OC) Ik. : !, i
-11 we keep everything in nosidNH' property on North Ilidge- the time they are to remaai: this age and

IK\Wf : ;;: l.tV and gent's wearing apparel: i \\nLurd's in Florida und every effort a ill I be I '1 1 the business

I ,.t the lee: Mite, North Beach St. :S7tl': wtoer home. Atrs.; Niver made b}' the hotel men to have tli<-m.v.op < New Place Daytona rave
-- --- - -- does not :;i\e ;,;se-"iOh &'iI I
I po ur July ;\ over for a day MI Ua .tema. i!{ this fact hen
The now faiunrs: houseboat Sop and )Ir. and Mrs.
Rend-sberK. who
If definite assurances can l IK- given i meeting> next
Awhile: left for Palm Heard Friday j jmorning. this season have apartments in It. .'. i iILmdolph's the delegates will spend .some t.ui-- : Fancy CeleryPhiladelphia you are inter]

_ Theo bout has been tied 111) I house on Second avenue I here a program of entl'rt;.inUlt"1+t { it is your di-J

since last week Sa.turdawaitill;; for i I will)] not occupy the residence until i for the \'isitorsJH! be mapped out I Roasting to be pretieri.

repairs to be made and some IIIUUlh'j' they come south next fall. i and the railroad men will be shounievery I Chickens sire to see 1 if
in?; work to be done. She was '
11 Ir. and .Mrs. Day l Kurnck elf-1, (ri\ I. Hroun.: of Central Lake,1 I ]point of interest in and ;about i class labelled]
from Root's dry dock Thursday Cape Cod Cranberries J
parted Thursday afternoon for Eau: I! :Mtcli: aJl. has arrived; for a visit I Eugene M. Sanchez, of the Footer Daytona.d t come to this
and taken down to the So flit bridge
Uallie and other ix>int.s south oxpectins I with his mother.: Mrs.;; George; ; F.: I from which 1 & Reynolds <*o., i is in the city for Spring Ducks I you have anj
I point she leftearlyFriday :
to be gone for several !j Brown. I few days looking after -the affairs of The Art of War. the orgauizat
morning fo down 'riverpoints. The nrt of war lies in calculating: Fancy Fruits .
months hating rented their home ouj the Ask Mr. Fofct T office. Mr. Sanchez i Vegetables ed and what
North Leach street for the season.St. *I.OST-Gold neck chain, cameo I ... came here from St. Augustine odds very closely to begin with and i Y "F make them a|
then In adding: exactly, almost inattie-
pendant Reward if returned to :'0U Thursday evening, and kot his 1 day evening
T t'Oil SALE- J II. P. "stationary ) rantlcnlly. the factor of chance.Chance .
Elmo-New Theater- Palmetto. I ing to b ,
Daytona I ga.-oline engine. Enquire of II. T. way to Cuba, visiting also the offices will always remain n seaNnl say
tonight. at Palm Ieax-1i" and Miami.1h.F'cster .- mystery: for ordinary ting Uaytuualend
Tues fri 4t
Henry Drill of Ormond chauffeurfor
& Keynoidu Co. will have UKagency loon in "The ('<>rsi"--in." DAYTONA n-our.' |
Mrs.:: J. C. Young and !
>s Palma Young, arrived Thurs- !I been at the Daytona Hospital for I At the regular meeting of Ost-eola ., handling business: for that company + 0 NNN .. COLD STORAGE CO.R. The 1I10""l411
day night! from Indianapolis. Ind.. I the past week, but returned to OrI ;Tr;be. No. 21.I Improved Order of at Jacksonville, &f a <-.'. t se)'

to spend'; the season as usual. They I mond Thursday. lied Men b..ld'ednt>sclay night,: I Feacli+ and Miami. Uaytona The :o>strum-I'alm, : D. JOHNSON Mgr backing o> tl,|
arc the mother a.nd sUtep of Garth three candidaU:, V. C. Grant It. H. I Swan of ArLls i who haw red
*' company, which ;w >mat \\ ISATURDAYI
I St. Elmo-New Brown tht'I .
Daytona Theatertsnight. and J..I. 'lifton, received
B. Young! proprietor of Young's St. Augustine, is now 'boosuiiiganization
expected to ;al"ril
1'harnuu-y. Adoption Degree and Will I.loclwith. i ,
\'{' here Sunday. - rAn
the Chiefs Decree.; The ineeting
.A 2oc: line or fine embroideries Miss Helen M. Duvid.vm arrivedTuesday was well attended. .\ speial meetiins 1 21st I A of exprtoe: >sf1r

going at 10c at the lieu Hive.JMr. night from Cooperntown, X. i will 'be held next Wednesdaynight **LAfNCII for sale. About :22:: ft.. Men'e' the recen
Y., and at present is a gue.st: at for the { h. Miamuri 1r Associ:
purpose of conferring p. engine nought to We will sell for Cash the
and Mps.I .\. S. Wells, of Theh.rtlt.: .. Miry Davidson Ls a the Warrior Desee. after which a i do some towing which I have finished I Ask I memberin -

Brideport Conn., arrived Thursday personal: friend of :Mr. and Mre.: \1.1.U. supper, including pig! 1>jltau. will be and want to sell launch yuu'k. I on above date .; wtei favor or ;>

night for a visit of a month or more Eckler. of Cooperstown. own served. I II. T. :McINTIUK, houseboat at On- 1 pal. Imported Salad ,? support aieo a t|
in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Wells are and are occupying a winter home oa -- II trill bridge. 42-2t: : co -
( I lii
;: I ; l lI vidually and
friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. II. South Palmetto avenue. :Miss Davidson *St. Elmo-New Daytona Theater- I ;

Stanley w.ho are guests at The Morgan is a telegraph operator at; tonight I : I ll:! packages Kelloggs's I The call f.
Among t'ISlto from the
I nonthnow been
with them Coop r.town.: a position she has Corn issuedis
and are stopping at Flakes
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enjoying the balmy
that hotel. Tht''L. telt here for held tor a number of years, and has ) Mr.a your duty
Messrs. Kdmondson and I>onnellyha'e this state is Louis N. We-b"r. of :. il),. all grades Bulk :
time come south to enjoy an extended va I I --
a two years ago. rented Albert.Bennett's. hou. I IIi
___' I cation. ? Cleveland Ohio, an old time friend Tea I .' 14 I
II I on North Kidgewood avenue adjoining of Geo. 11. Ludwig. Mr.! Weber i te 1
FOR SALE-A Remington Sholea' the Bennett hotel on the head of the Weber. Lind & Hall Co.. pkga. Pearl Hominy ..;o t : '

typewriter 4n perfect condition; south to F'. II. Morrison, of La I j the largest house I 1-: k ..S eeled i I
decorating firm i in p A:s Raisins !1.'>/I<> J (
cost $110; can be bought for $60. Enquire DON'T FORGET Port Ind., who will be here the Cleveland. This
is his fin t visit to
of E. Dillingham at DaytonaNovelty latter part of the month with his'1 this section of the country and he i is ; pkgs.! Cluster Raisins 1.1' 'H'' s

Works. 29-tf I family and occupy it for the! balance very much pleased with Daytona i in I 1 lb. pkg. Pitted Plums .I\ ? FosterTo Yes we are
that TOMORROW I of the season. :Mr. Morrison's II
is father particular and Florida .
I in general. HeI { ] l ti a
Ib. lunaess
A. K. Brokaw U in receipt of a 11. I). Morrison at one time '! pkg. Cherries .:a;'/ aOladat

letter from MLsa Jane :M. Smith of I the day for owned the house now the property I j i I experienced has ever seen the while worst stopping sleet storm in Iowa lie ;7 bottles Royal ScarP I .1 I i jest he U.i jest t ti

Pittsburg Pa., written from DeLand of Dr. W. A. Gove, on South Ridge I'I let Catsup as .eelsI
curt hid X
way south and he
says can
and stating that :Miss Smith was I sate aid know
SaturdayCandy avenue.
spending the season in that .city 29c scarcely realize that his exiKtence; in I .jlb.:: Cans Faultless see the Best Work Shoe .utake wke.visas. .

with a niece Mrs. Buhl and would $2.000, buys 20 acres bent hammock ;; dream this warm from climate whichhe is not will really soon a Pears - - 1 "I I ever seen in the city, at cor. .

probably visit Daytona sometime during Per PoundSOLD land near{I'ort Orange. House, 'awake in the frozen north. Mr.I of Beach St. & Orange Ave. Ask your I

the winttr.H.& Smith has barn, --inciu! flows well 14 acres are Weber will: remain for a couple of I
spent several seasons in this city ONLY ATYoung's cleared, 1 1-: miles
I from Lyman
depot; good weeks and says he will mak- arransements Grocery I I
in past years and has numt.rousfrie.nds Pharmacy automobile road. K. II. McDonald: > : to spend all of next N inter ) HANKINAT
here. Daytona.. Fla. H.SL 1 IJ in Daytona. THE FOSTER CO.

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