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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: January 21, 1911
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00196
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I \. '1u Sixth Season-No. 44. DAYTONA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1911 15 Cents per Week


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: : W. H. WRIGHT :: :: DR. 60811ti0Y'S" DOSPITU and SnlTtRll\ RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies Stationery and Havana SmokersOnly

.0. } I Art and Jewelry Store Painting Tw--im-First ix Avenue l hll"' ,', Dayton, FU.. PRICESI Books '
'': nlrv room- n.--wU tint quality well cured to-
Carries an exclusive line of new I I Paper Hanging ullho.pitatrnny furnishwJ and{ ti't..1,I throu-. .. <.Thoroughly 'hojr with I I'i .ition to Tr.'at: You Rl,;nt.f GEO. H. CLARK I I bacco used.
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-J 1 ;, style Postcards and Daytona Decorating 1 ttjuiptM-d up ratiimroomonsfronii t ('* iJ.' \our.jfwtifrs.L. .
> View Books. 219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE @our, for tnu! KillingsPhone Waterman Fountain Pens, News- Vet Cave Manufacturer
''v-t Hi C. C. BOt1A'IiO'li1: : : D. H. ROWE & CO. Papers and Periodicals Daytona, Florida.


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own i. 1 i : MASS MEETING IS CALLED I :' MAY REMOVE CHARLES HYDE l ii


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letablesJh .. .} 1 .10 BE HELD AT CITY HALL I MOVEMENT STARTED TODAY

LOWER RATES All Outside
ee i Varnishing and Yacht Finishing. BAPTISTS

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"Phone Son 55 sISgu .: .AGITATION FOR CIVIC ORGANIZATION I II I i' ON EXPRESS I I GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE CO. I;I II ILL MEET STOP-AWHILE HELD HYDE AWHILE -


...i HAS REACHED CLIMAX i I "II You Don't Trade With Us We Both Lose Money." I i TOO LONG AND HE MAY

AND EVERY CITIZEN SHOULD'i IS PROMISED. I i
ATJE LAND. GET A LONGER WHILE TO/

BE PRESENT. I
FNERand SPEND ON STOP-AWHILE.
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There will be a mass meeting of INVESTIGATION{ TO 8 BE[ MADE CRAZY MAN i; QUARANTINE NEW YO .li. Jan. 21! A movement

:f the business men and Citizens of ,I I 1 f ANNUAL I STATE CONVENTION I I Ir : was started today which mar

i Daytona at the City Hall \Vedutt>uuy : result :in the removal from office of

ce treet -.A.: I evening at S o'clock for the purpose : BV COMMERCE) I COMMISSION.) WIT"" RAZOR WILL BE HELD COllli r WELK. City Chamberlain Charles H. Hyde

.-.--. of organizing a board of trade. You LEGATIONSI Hyde a ill be called upon to explain
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t are expected to be there. GOVERNMENT BOARD WILL EN- I I minutely. the placing of public
MANY PROMINENT MEN WILL REDELIVER
tt This call for a mass meeting' to d's- I funds :ill the Northern Bank of New:

t cuss the matter of organizing some: DEAVOR TO LEARN IF PRES- IS CAPTURED. i hAT PEKIN. I ADDRESSES AT SE' I York and the Carnegie Trut com-

kind of civic society i is backed bya ; p:1ay: both of which have failed the
} ENT RATES ARE CONSIDERED
number of the most prominent business I SIONS, WHICH ARE TO BEGIN smash UPi carrying: ;; with them $::100I ,-
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: men of the city, and is the t REASONABLE. I I Of)) of the city's money.It .

t j 7 climax of an agitation looking to I' WASHINGTON, Jan. 21-The interstate mm I HOME of UPTON I II Ii I I! CASES Of BUBO IC PLEACUE : NEXT TUESDAY.. I I I is claimed Hyde .has spent only
which has 'been carried on Great small of hit the
this end (preparations are being made a portion : time in
since the Daily News started December commerce commission will i at mee-t-J I I city chamberlain's office and for
e I DeLaud for roe annual s'ale
10 NOTIFIES THE POLICE.
4 I ARE DISCOVERED IS CITY.EVERY .
1.There. soon begin aa investigation of the I ins of rh- Florida Baptist,,, which be- eight weeks he was missing with-
EYESye 1 is no question but that Daytona reasonableness out anybody knowing his where-
of express: rates gir:...; its sessions at the county seat
live board of ab outt It
needs a good, ; was during this time the
: (trouble. trade, commercial club, business throughout the country. MANIAC WITH KNIFE DEMANDSPAYMENT : I; EFFORT BEING MADE BY town next: Tuesday it i is estimated I two bank failures occurred. '

obile wear men's league, or some such sort of acivic Complaints on the rates charged by OF THOUSAND AUTHORITIES TO STOP SPREADOF at least 4U<) delegates: will: be in attendance I He returned to this city last "Sunday -

to protectd l organization' and the benetits the various e\pret; companies have at the A essions: which will I after .having been discovered by

| and dust : for ,the city which can be derived been made by more Uhan 3uO commercial POUNDS, WHICH MILLIONAIRE PLAGUE WHILE CITY IS IN be the most in portant ever held by 'newspaper men in his hou eboa.t.top .

the shell have been organizations and the interstate -.\while, Fku
>m from such an organization REFUSES.LONDON. ] PANIC.I the Baptists i.. Florida near Daytona.
ins of got too often enumerated to need repeat- commerce commission will ascertain ; Since his return to this city he has'

ing here. : the extent of cause for these :. Jan. 11! -.\ lunatic flour I'KKIN, Cuina. Jan. 21! s vt"rall I secretary given no satisfactory explanation: of

\Ve ,have one of the prettiest citiesin complaints.The ishing a razor entered the home <,*f I sates of Bubonic plague were d-s- tae Southern Baptist convention, of I why he placed the city fund In

I. Clarkt tLe whole country and the one fact that the principal express Sir Thomas Lipton, the multimillionaire I covertxl in the city today and A Atlanta+ and will give one of the I I.I shaky banks and this is one of ,the

thing needed to supplement! this reptttation companies have agreed to low- merchant, this morning, and state of panic reign. I prominent addresses of the conven I reasons for the movement to- forcibly -

;t for -beauty with one for prt.gresslvenem > er their rates may have the effect of threatened Lipton with instant death All foreign legationshave been I Ipratt'd tion.! remove him: from oWc. __ ,

EYE. Y, # is a civic organi/atioii delaying the investigation and final unless: he (paid the intruder one and '
:: rn quarantine every possible Dr li. J. Willingham, of Richmond ;
\ alive to opportunitu and keen to decision; by rhe commission until after thousand pounds immediately. effort i is:: being made by the : Va., corresponding: secretary of the _

the Interests of tht city and the I March 1 1-:,. Using the telephone under the subterfuge city authorities to prevent a spread lI I l (-'ore!i'1n Board of :Mission: will a1[No YOUNOBABE.I

community. Other c.titi'n! Florida i of sending for the money i of the plague: The inhabitants have be one of the prominent figures oi

k and the south have been forging ;: the merchant :summoned the police' been warned to take every possible the convention. Dr. WUlinghani has

ahead while Daytona ,has been : DAYTONAON and and the maniac was overcome: .
precaution :
J against exposure twice been around the world in hIs
D standing still, merely because the : after a fierce struggle IS MURDERED
-- work for tI1Itt.flurch. He has an extensive ,

business men have not been,banded'' --- FIVE PERISH IN I FUMES I Ii knowledge! of the activities _
i, together for the single purpose of WHEAT TAKES A DROP; I l ; of the: various countries in which the

pushing their home town and pullingand CARDS work of missions i carried
PROVISIONS ARE FIRM. is on.

l pushing together as from a team each instead ; CHICAGO. Jan :21: -Wheat opened i Wl i TO DEATH IN I HO I IE. !! Seiiiuor C. A. Carson, of Ki >sini- WITU UA TPIN.
of pulling away
ted convention
I mee, president of the
firm today, weakening after a short ;
j other as individuals. i I will preside and Kev. S. 11: Rot rs, olGamesv.Ue _
It i us organization that counts ia NEXT YEAR. time. May i is quoted at $l.OfP.< !;: ato4. : MOTHER THREE CHILDREN AND i iI
J. ; ,, secretary of the CUI.ntion. / -
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of civilisation and :: Provisions are firm with a- lily ; PROMINENT[ T GIRL ARRESTED
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this age and stage SERVANT DIE IN FIRE WHICH : will preach the annual seruiu \I. I ; 1 1I
citizens of eral buying of ihogs and catt.e.:
business and
the men :
Dr. Lincoln pulley president< "
Daytona have come to fully realize whii-h; are steady. DESTROYS THEIR HOME IN Stetson t'niversityteiM' give the IAN IS ALSO 111 I THE TOILS.
the LEFT[[ OUT 81 OVERSIGHT{ *- I I
this fact, hence the call for mass: I V i I address of welcome. Ur..J.1.ro"t.: . !

meeting next Wednesday e\eui-ng. l If MAMMOTH BOAT LAUNCHED; TORONTO. of Nashville! Tenn., secretary of the I i

are interested in this movementit SAYS PASSENGER I AGENT. NEPTUNE PEOPLE PROMINENT IN SOCIETYIN
y you I FLOATED TODAY. TORONTO. Can., Jan. :l'l.- The i National Sunday School (}trdjJ'
is your duty to jour home townto ,, home of Brooks, of be present at the convention and! {
I BALTIMORE.: ,. Jan. I'l: The I'enjy manager : KENTUCKY HELD TO AN.
sting be presenC; If youhave any desire I I address.A t
mammoth steel collier Neptune ass the Fairbanks Scales company. was' give an I, !
to see Ddjtona placed in the" OFFICIAL OF FLORIDA EAST j'launched today.. Thus is the largest '; destroyed by fire here this morning. great effort i is being wad.to. SWER FOR BRUTAL KILLING CF 1 '

class labelled "alive and up to date, COAST RAILWAY SAYS THERE boat ever built Maryland: and its i Mi"". Brooks and three! children and : make a splendid success of this convention !
irnes come to this meeting and say so; if ''a! Scotch and Stetson l'niversitwil! ,, CHILD.
the first twin screw turbine collier servant were! burned! to .
S you have any suggestions as to how WAS NO DELIBERATE INTENTION in the world. It required a train of ''I death and Maggie McAldeo, a nurse. ; contribute largely toward it. heuniversity i CARLISLE. Ky., Jan. :LM: -Laura f

J the organization should should be perfected Iw, TO FORGET US. I :::111.1' hte'l! i"Lr.. to uiil\ < it1 l the Nej.tune. I was fatally burned.Smooth i is one of the great works : bray: a girl :::; years of age, was :arrested > y
etables !, and what its work being carried on by the Baptists of : today, charged with war e- '
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make them at the City Hall Wednesday The following letter in 'reply to I ----- -- -- -- -- th.tate: and M. the title will: be I inK a new-born babe. Tb.tri'S/

evening; even it >ou have nothing one sent by Secretary I.. M. Waite I Gentlemen. shown the great advancement mad": mother and U: bard Smut a ual- t.

I to say, but are intended in put of the Hotel MenV Association of : by the b's'g M-hool l !in th. ..du.'a'.onalWO'k ; : i thy farmer. were also arrested but, I 1 1r

ting Daytona on the reap come and Daytona, is au illustration of what W The e are a lIlt I ofllIIo"t1l> 'iitle-! oi thet.it":: i the mother was later rfl a>ed oa

lend encouragement by your pres may be done! by organization and i isulf le': men .11 ths l"OIUJ'tIy10/ siuiinulynforni the girl's:: :: confession that hr mdtnT I Si

once : explanatory: ,I : \u.- that a "'lwkt jr :> born ev> knew' nothiii ot the trone. I
the organization LIFE CMMCTER SPIES I Il
for
The
[ECO. movement :Mr. U M. Wa.te, Secretary, r I cry minute. that tea die! awl n"n't'n'or hat pin was driven through the
of a civic society lu.s. the unanimous Hotel :Men's .\ssociation.l etI stop uckiim These> so-called. '111 It''s eye and i its head w"-i* t 1,14k

Mgr backing of the hotel organized men of Daytona and arenow >t'ar Sir:-I have your favor of I I "suckers" they tell us have; their 1 St\T\I I B l LYCEUM l WORSE. 'rushed with ;i culb. It i.-t ehargkrdthe

who have recently the U th inst.. relative to Daytona: : savings deposited m a Savings Hank r itirl cumiu.Ued: the, murder. All
the town as an organization ii
boosting rot, appearing in the list: of stations ; and axe: content Co receive: : a :' rpit.tanct' ;ji'''r-'ou.* com-eriu-d are (prominent goi is /
instead of individually.An on page 16 of our time: card folder i of1 per cent. The thing SIDNEY LAND N, CHARACTER ,ail.::. -J li i
one
expression of sentimeiij. at
HotelMen' No. S j. to do. according! to their "'IPOr ', i* DELINEATOR IN HIS SPEAKIN --
of the recent meetings- the ,auarirW"' I STOCKS ARE LOWER 9 i,
In reply thereto I beg! to state to show them how to make their ;
of Association of Daytona slu wxl
that this was an oversight, but we money: earn 4 per cent a week or a LIKENESSES OF GREAT MEN HEAVY TONE PREVAILS. Iir
enthusiasticallyin
the members to be had this entire edition'of :
have already minute: m the amount being limited
XEW YORK Jan. 21.-With few
favor board of trade and thej i HERE MONDAY.The
of a loO.oOt;: ) copies printed and it The requirements ol this store are quality! , only by the imagination of the promoter 'i
hotel ready to lend their ; exceptions stocks were fractionally ,
men are will not be po-xsible to make any purity and freshness. We cater to those ,
both individually t and then you !get the suekeri;i u"'JCr. number of the Lveeuwcourse lower but a heavv tone prevail
f. bodv.
such
i support to a now.'t..' will bear this in who insist pith standard of The '
changes oa a living
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'n the string. Our theory i is tihat, Landon 'h.S .
organization.The will be Sidney! :.11 !Liter and the market began strength
and
as an Mind however for future editions 'best fed the healthiest! and happiest ,
any are
call for a mass meeting has the man who has hid money invested I speaking! Ikene-&es: of great men and ,uu: ;;, Pr/'t/ th"n i slowly!" advane- ,f !
I that it Lie nect.aQtnr notably when the elemeat of extra :
may so
been issued in your interest and it expenseis In d> bank i is as* safe aa this one, iUt.'ttlt.'r | the date i is next Monday evening at I
us to get out.Thanking entirely eliminated. This important feature :
leave: tt: there because whilethe | the New Daytona Theater.
ia your duty to be present.Tec I' you for bringing the !has always been a cardinal principle with .. j jent. i'
.j, rate: of interest is: but I per In his impersonations he. UltiIo:: : :-$ CHURCH Drugg '
I matter to my attention, 1 am Our customers live better for less money : the rate of security 14 I I'JlJ< per j and paints and represents: charactersaeIi : more 37 , l lIr

Yours truly, than those"' who buy elsewhere. !! cent ,nd the latter feature IA by no j ji j known to all in ouch art:>tx- Beach Strict t.'I J
; ? J. D. RAHNKR.Gen. I Daytona Florida. +
l i means to be i ignored in decidmfl; j i finish that his audience is brought ; r.: ?

'"" Pass Ag ut. where to place your money. Don' j into their presence. Mr. Landon also |; l :3lelhrr: Foots f.i. the 8.:u.r' t,, I
; CONRAD GROCERYCOMPANY .
( I think that some grafter" who never j gives: a talk on "Man: and ills: J "
and I I
:Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Degavre "
bayou: has more intem $ m you; Peculiarities: :: illustrating :some: of French'sRoseViolet a
Iwo children arrived yesterday for a than your home baoker. The former I the strange characters. of the human j
we are doing a .ajaificut t E Prescri- .
ti.. visit with Mrs.I DegaviV's parents.Mr. is after jour money only. Look out I nice. He i-s a clone student of
r b.si.ess. aad it U tae result ot always and :Mrs. J. D. Braddock at
for Come and get thq' human nature and an apt mimic,
UcU him. to u poi
,4 | U just wkat the doctor orders, aad
South Ridgewood
arenue.
.. their home on facts regarding any :;('ht'lD." which, sensing. a keen sense of humor and.
i jut t as k. erdtrs it. We bare had eiperi- :Mr. and :Mrs. Degavre are I
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be presented to v-i ''i a faculty of imparting it to others. '
may
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'PHONE 61.Daytona
ace sad kaow t:!. usiae... You make BO from Newark. N. J., but came here entertainment by Mr.: Landonwill Talcum ::

>rk Shoe mistake wkei you brim us your prescrip- from Aubuhndale, in this state '
: be of the beet of whole:
the
one
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ti. .. been visiting: Paul Lodge II 1 1r
ty, at cor. where they had Lyceum course and none should f:1: :' : A dainty reminder of the Moss
Ask your doctor he knows. 1 15:. Braddock and family. They also No. 1141 MERCHANTSIi t
to see it Rose that in Grandmother'sgarden. kI1
inge Ave. visited:: G. J. Braddock and family atl B. P. 0. E. :i ____V_ l grew i
t I BANKI As a soothing deliciously r
Crescent City. onv.ll-
HANKINS The H1.: Smith went to Jack>
Meets
Druggist, Every Tuesday '
Evu De. Visitief \I yesterday afternjjon. tocr.. ho; brother odorized dusting powder it is un i, r 1
AT THE PLACEWhere the Voluia County Bank''
'.f 1-'. F. Dumoat returned yesterday .A fv' Members lavited. (.Branch oft J. Mortimer c:: :, V now *u I' equalled. liI ;
CO. Volusia Meets o T, E. 'i A. D. McBRIDE. PresidentJ. 1 ,
Beach. and Fitzterald. E. R. .
froai a business trip north : a hospital and nd"r<(>

Telephone 69 joined Mrs.: Dumont at The !Cedai. i j 't q Geo. \F. Crouch! Sec. I Ij I B. CONRAD.F, N Vice. CONRAD.!President" Cashier I, an operation t'' -' '- j'I I Price 25c. !

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PIANOS and DELAND the county -seat of
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r/ ;, _-1- \ PLA fiR PIANOS VOLUSIA =========, Volusia County, I STETSON

COllcert Taller is situated 23 miles southwest of

'r&4 Q PIANOS: FOR RENT COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the latter UNIVERSITY

t r BANK City by an excellent hardsurfaceroad DELAND FLA
1 constructed.At FouCOUt'g"l
t recently and 6
D&LAD, FLA. Technical Schools
DeLand is located the John B. EquJpment\Olt.

?Fr., -. UMBEl i.that only there on. Capital$100,000Surplus Stetson University, one of the lead- Endowment Ing tenrly I4tO WlA, '
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- ---- WOMAN'S educational institutions of the Faculty of lit ProI Miss Rutj
y :. = ing -
Phone 77 for _ A $50.000 lessors and In-
EXCHANGE of the interest in Beach wet
South. Because structors. Christian
ICE CREAMla -- _-- In ha'aona that ran I but non-Mt'ctar1&n' noon to t.j
--=- : - "uppl .. Iltdl..s A. D, 1l"BR1DE.Prt'sillen matters educational DeLand is knownas Tt'lu'hlng.
*mj quantity.MILLS'" = ---::-:. with tilt' lIh..t, IUtl- \ "The Athens of Florida. I For Information friend VI.v
-= .- ,'I..!'. ('nil on "r.1: J. B.CONRAD: address ,
J. Rolnll'!', I;') Volu.1I. Vice-President Stetson University has a faculty j Lincoln Rnlley. place
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European .\' \"t. B. A. WOOD, 50 professors and instructors. There I mix. LM.D..

Restaurant C sblt'r.DREKAS. arc over $400,000 in buildings and Preeldp 11 Dr J
VolusiiMesdamt Av
I I $300,000 endowment -
equipment; nearly

.......................... By L. C. DEMAREE. fact must be apparent to the most ; a Carnegie Library alone representing -
superficial observeT.Vah such lavish : J. V. RIiAttorney
: IT PAYS TO TRADE AT : One of Daytona's crowning'- glorias an investment in building St. Paul, 31
wealth of nautical beauty it became
beach. No BUSINESS AND DEPARTMENT
is her incomparable endowment and books of more than r locate

i Peck's Bargain House one wlo; hat ever set foot upon its: PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS an easy thing for the hand of STORE 120000. The library is the United are and :Mrs
tram to grve the finishing touches andCounsellor
O 112 South Beach Street. smooth racked sands; no one whoever f States Government depository for the avenue, Da
I : winch h<:,\wrought out the colors
: New Stock of Shoes Just In pedaled a bicycle over its I : ex- EVERYTHING Statc!of Florida, and contains over
outlines
pans: ; no one who ever drove a and of the big picture. TO EAT; volnmes. Science Hall at Law "Largeembroideri'j d
> as3aet.t ... ..... .. : 15,000 oneof'.thi
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:Man did aU this 'TO WEAR,
prancing pair of horses and listened in tee laying out newest of 16 buildings, with .

to the popping of their steel shoes oi the streets with their wide margins TOUSE's its the Bee Hi
.......................... ........tet............... of parkage. The entire furnishings, represents an outlayof Will Practice inState
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one ] : city '
r LING WAH-CHINESE LAUNDRY : ,I. Reading Room $60,000. Elizabeth'Hall is one of and
who ever steered a high-power automobile \ E. S. HALL a grit: park with driveways inter R. J. Mu|
UJ :no. BBACH ST.. DAYTONA.' KLA- 5 : I Ele'utorrvlc". the most beautiful college buildings FederalCourts
: Dress Shirts IS Night Shirts JO. down the broad stretch of pet" l.inmrtes upon miles of driveways ,Best Room 'in'the who were
White Bhlrts Id Woolen Hhlrts 10 South.
a. Cheek Hhlrtg !* Undershirts 8 .. wave-washed and surf-packed sand Architect and Builder :I .->o good as to attract motorists ,- have oontnl
n : The:city has a population of about
New Shlrte IS Drawers 8Mhtrtecollaratt.l3SOCks.prrpetr : from all over the continent. GA, DREK &:'CO: .I Beach Ml
S bus realized that it 2s a world beater : Xo.I1Palm.tto:! \ Ate.j :
I llELANDFLA: 3,500 with a thickly settled countadjacent. DxLA.'iD, FLA.
I- Dollar*or Cuff* 2; ,Handkerchiefs 8 a world-wonder. Go stand upon DAYTONA. FLORIDA. I: And as for the pavements pavements DeLand is five Detroit PiJknowil
: Ladles' clothes corresponding priceIB proper

..m.t.....t.t.t.t.....DtI this wile speedway and see the happy I., B.BB.B.B.B.B.B.B.BB.B.Ig I : that look and act like granite miles east of the St. Johns River on welD

souls flit by in Joyous mood and 'I where else between the eastern the i high, rolling pine land of the WRIGHTINSURANCE

I ... .B.IOB.B.l.l.....ll. answer: whether this is not one of 11..a............... and we -t;+rn seas are s-. many! miles Volusia"County great "Orange Ridge" of Florida. Publlt

th seven modern wonders. I .i I translator,
in prowortion to inhabitants? The *
| H. C. THOMPSON. Aft. : W. C. CROWNING M. D. : AbstractC o.f: The predominating products arc
I I pavement: question stands with the
The Placid. Pellucid Halifax River. I' oranges and grapefruit the estimated .
LAMB ENGINES: : : General Medicine and :: street as: one of the chief drawing Bert Fish, President AGENCY
this
from vicinity being over
5 Where think 1). LunIt", H"c- crop
HUPMOBILES you is water with more e cards. Till l'arv Ear) Ccompao .
I 2 Obstetrics : some unheard of place returyandTreus.Abstracts .
303,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
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picturesque sjirroundings
Nearly
B D actratioB Given at Any Time. a Offlc- Hours: !imto3:3(1.: : 7 to x J). 111. o reports more and better Daytona 3acksonvilwho

: PHONK 92 : mile wide fringed with tropical \ege- : Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. = throws down the gauntlet to the Furnish peaches, pears, Japan persimmons, DeLand Florida st.

4ttt.(..t.tet.t..tetst.tei tation. artistic cottages with roomy .t.....te/...............I world. ed and Titles' plums, pecans, guavas strawberriesand

verandas: looking out upon her bosom > Perfected i other fruits are grown in plenty.In '' on
pam
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- Squirrels Flowers, Binds and Fruit.

gamey food fishes in countless numbers ......................... I Wh..t v", : one's and !and Insured, the way of public improvementsare OLDESTLARGEST a ij.' konR
....a..................... shortcomings miles of fine shell roads
beckoning as it were, to those | many an .
( I however indifferent or even callous Maps. Plats and H
i JACOB ESPEDAHL : with rod and reelher; bosom flecked .: DR. J. E. RAWLINGS .:I one may b>* to many things: the mere llIu'prlnts Supplied excellent high school, electric lights, -i w.ylt!) tray t'

S Contractor and Builder with duck and coot and snowy- r a system of waterworks that is owned '
Physician and Surgeon mention: r.f "flowers and squirrels, Ilt\S II, Fo:. i and BEST pa: :
Designer and CraftsmanSoperlntends ,
winged sea birds which sic about as j i I. I and operated by the city supplyingthe
Construction" of Hulld- : : ">FKU:: 'VKK: Kt: l'\K f'1.1< 'KPlKMIf : : t h.rds; and fruits" will send a thrill 1 .... .
inKS Plans and Npeflncatlons if for the port of bobbing upon the purest water at little cost. "
on Short Notlc. U .M! that is reflected in distended pupa
,, I DAYTOXA, FLORIDA. : wavesatch; that lubberly olr! ., .tnd pricked: BOND Nine houses of worship testify that For Florida (0.
........... ..... ears.
..t.. ..I UffI
o white Leaded pelican pouch fat DeLand is a ct going commu t'
.........a...........t.te a For every visitor with a :spare: jo>- LUMBER FARMS eau rti

mullet, and tbat fish hawk strut gin! I nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Methodists pI:. I Ir
aete.ecaaeraa.tetet. !b 'r there is a bunny ready to cum COMPANY
upward with his floundering load he (Novhcrn and Southern), Pres- GROVES
.......................... I I nd I accept :your gift. He will sit bolt Ianuactur..rs of
match from the water. D. D. & C. M. ROGERS : I *; byterians Christians and Catholics, TIMBER or mi, i
I '"J rt;Ht, and knave i i.nrll, the meat LUMBER ,
: OSCAR MICHAEL : See the beautiful launches spin o :II I besides colored Baptists and Mctho- TRUCK t"r' ai outa
i Civil Engineers l { <'atiu.g furtive, saucy glances at you LATH
.a CONTRACTOR : ::.ad span with, hampers' and lockers discs; are represented.The \ i
a ::iean while SHINGLES LAND \
Y : I ulynj! with refreshments both soli : DAYTONA FLA. : 'I I graded school offers a ten for t jdrMi iii..
Filling and Grading : !Flo'.vrs. Usually fresh arid b'oom i l\lOULUl\GS !Send\ for Bargain
i ::nd: liquid, ready for a cruise upon th E..t.ldl-h. .! ."; .-,. years' course, and the building whichit Sheet to. D tl
ns the year round, you are remit Art nt. :
;: .. Heavy Hauling a Specialty .. beautiful surface. Take out your f.eld; ...t.t.t0t.........a.t.t "d of Goldsmith's couplet where llt.urr's" I'nlnts I occupies is newly furnished by va- ol
j'arolt.t+ Hoollug
a...............e..rs/. 'sjiaso unu :sweep the river from -- I SiniHuj sprang: its earliest visit Iaid \\11. halll't'uwntoII""Jo throughout, and is one of the most THE GOULD- cudo: a!

Ormond bridge to Ponce Park m..a .. }; . ; PliI't"r commodious and test equipped public ..Ml Kt \ Udi
j .Vnd bumiuer'8 lingering bloollJI ( ... !!!:at'ltBritit WHEN CO
ijjjht house, then say whether tlifHalifax 5 liar;! hand Brick schools in the State. >n VI r
.!. ., E. L. STEWART delayed. .
-!@! \ @ : : e
i isn't a thing of beauty and I JIELJ": : 11'1.LANDIS ..\. The trip from Daytona to DeLandis S Th.. -sonrnnnn
Physician and Surgeon ;n one J yard roses of varigateU hue I'M' .VNIi.+ FLA.I ,
M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. 4: a joy further and one of the modern U enis
.
,, .. made automobile in little
.
i ii !Sp.." i ''a I itt<'lit 1011 MI"I)IM ;a < N .I; ih.h :;'redouiinatt ; another household has by a i
.
\voiidcr :: Km. Thituit mid = ,
-j. Nov" I'ttn'- sera v
MILLINERY I, . .. over an hour, and there are many
:"d l I I. -.ul..I\ :\la/llollI.:: /: :au'u't..rti" penchant for the pohieettu' and the
The .1....' tt" ..,1 ot H < l t- '" ptlOIIollh . Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge remists aflame
another is l
: hi
g ere ; < -
hour--: W ii lo 4.! .
: Are Fall : 111 p> ill = I
Showing Styles J: site. A good road leads t / and Walt.r -
tiers: Attorneys at Law county
i No. 8 Beach Vvood. ...I...t.t.........e.t.te t in a jungle of tall cane. Varietythe Praet1l'1 ng in 1 all II I GORDONGARAGE conu soiu j
SL. Dayton Fla.
DeLeon Springs five miles a historic
_ ;; I > spice of life and here is where State nod Jo"'dt'rul
(! i X! Ilidgrwrocd avenue is upon the crest :ou find it. ()curt s :. spot, where 60.000 gallons of water
of a broad ridge:, straig'ht as the crow B.B.B.BeB.B.B.B.BOB.B.B.B I I Special. facilities for *Ph -sic
: /
bubble from the earth minute.
j i The birds flit in. and wiilh theiroyous lnt rstl/atlnK and j every
flies and the wide spreading branches pr'rrscting titles. I The insind I
. . . . . . . . : . ) of the : DR. F. H. HOUGHTON : note 'help to give fullness l'I'.AS': I II. Jo"IA.SIA From DeLand automobiles go south
heavy-trunked I live
oaks ex DeLandHeadquarters
j hd symmetry to the picture. to Osteen, 18 miles on shell and
I
East Florida I tend their giant! arms across the magnificent Dentist As for fruits choice citrus fruit s. marl roads; the St.Johns is crossed by
vsta, forming an arcpanfrom ; d l i i Y I for
; rOttio ,in t'. .-k Bio j I I >\tona voids: the pain to none for !! g ferry near Osteen and cars can then
!
Telephone Company these extended: arms grt-at trs .. 1'IIO asst: : :! \\VkiKiulfeoutbKiidg, + *' a quality and quantity per ;acre.: There continue to Sanford and Orlando by AutomobilesAGfiNTFOR
took of Spanish moss the Egtord HlyM"r
sway as
i .K............tett..... | -.re scores: of citrus grc t-s in prox- ] St-wart hard road. There is a shell road :
trade winds from the tropic: oas s Maxwell Touring
Connections at Daytonafor ----- -- - -- from DeLand to five
i.ty; to the city branches bending' Attorneys at Law Orange City,

Long Distance Points fan thew. Looking straight ahead B.B.B.B..*...*........B.B* I j ::0 the earth with their: burdens ofj and Notaries Public miles and a good road from DeLandto Cars andRunabouts

:]own thin while shell street one hasrhe J T. F.:. Fu/t!>THtd E.o'. j !.uc ious g{Men globes, which for r''I.\Sn. FLA.e Lake Helen a like distance.

H. C. THOMPSON Mgr. impression of a fairy path wiithirasu \ m FITZGERALD & OATES :I I I e.tuty: proflicacy and all desirable i ,

i draperies but as you move : Attorneys and Counsellors at Law : !icuaJities c: : would truly astonish you. i BOND t
I SANDSTONE
A.ERICKSON. BRICK
long and + CO.
cast
. \ an eye first to the Arthur H. Hnnilln
,
O <+J"'IH I Knriliti"r t.11111111''.hI... I The Fastest Autos and The Finest I Royal 1'. liuiiilln
'right and then to the left you seed mid Prrf.rl IIJ:- ..ntlTiTlis r . :Manufacturers I

tin ukbl-d : OIluin<'cm.ul Ruin, .ig. 'f'bont'I'fj 1 I Out. & co.LlIrJ"t .
; cottage homes' in the : Granite
..!\! @:!..!"X.!. !\!'!\!: The =evtLth world wonder, do jou Light Buff Red an/1 1
moat delightful settings.See .B.B.B.B.B.B...B...B0B.B.B tk: of
; I : -k? Ccnie, whether: from Jlisscnll :r Pianos Organs and I| Drab! Brick HAMLINIiANLIN
p :T. \h.i glistening leaf of the b'1'andI 1 l.irn' ( .
McCLELLAN
.. .. .... . . ,I.r. t'ro'O: Main, from Ka! iuia/.oo St.V.lUg achines i 'III&dt! .. 't. -ur I Prompt Ship- &
I magnolia which: nature has varnished .!.'!v v \. !" \ !\ 1!.! !' > .!' '! \.. u "'u':1 h of . .... i i I i..i n-: \\ n' y i |B.MI.I, t mu Prices,
; :: mbutto, amid you will:! be "shown"'jiv : \ 1110- LAkK Ii tLF11'1..1.: .
Mill Work I as 110 aiti *'s brush seer could; and i DR. J. P. ESCH ; I'i.l..1N= I'. F1.1.
'
I' ; : ;where the \\urld'I'ord for
the cabins* palms with their burden* ;
I ., .- Physician and Surgeon:: .!. -l-et-d) is broken with ev-r> rot'urri11J g: LAKE HELEN
Write or ask him about auvthiug / I.A fe.ho.vy fruit and swaying paints! : 1
J I' 'Hill-ill. I l'ii\-. tilth h .\1".uth "r1. <-;>,on. Autos. the bi;:)..:.t'st. the fit,t- ALLEN'S j Surrounded Attorneysand
you want made 01od" Lvcry- ?' see the lovely] holly with e by several pretty lakes
its > I
exquis \1. K: t 11111"11. < tin>- hin. " :! 1<0 ::: I'.
thing the best. ;5 itt Inry; .see the climbing vme, !>J .. .. '>7."p. in. "I'lmii-' s'ILADAS' ''. I 111 :: t' 1 tit. and ticfinest are on daiiy pani N. at to PU..tutlIC"I and guarded by lofty pine trees is Counsellorsat
J
i .) liE11.: :;: Ie :.i.d: toe big shnw' :s as I lees: a-: Lake

North Rid ewood Ave. Phone 123 |;', I' un rat in the trees; see the o>:::UMIl forms winch gain a foothold I importance. Camp Cassadaga,

< \!.\.\!'....... ti . .. ; :iH.ii...tudof: flowing,'( lLs. It ;.s aott a spiritualistic
\ \!\! v>u tie great oaks and cat'-J: J>' \ !. !! .., '! !. J. .!'-!-.!. -m campground is situ-
.....
: 11,1011' low! with a coiiiaiill> I' \ I'. KLA.
paws: and surely you uill join wi' I 1'JlL.I', O"14.\ ated near Lake Helen and at this
----- -- -- i. -' t ii ; &if ue.r .
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dire chj.nis and say that this is a POOL PARLOR I place several hundred people make
;a.-, > ;t h jjj,: goes, from' Lhorst.-
world wonder for beaut j. ;> NOW OPEN i winter" headquarters. A large lumber 1 ,"
I 5 ;i'I'\\-r jjiu a aov-hor power and G. \V. Fisher mill and "fOUNT AIN'S"
I thj? largest brick
Mail Order Surpassing Beauty of Our CottageI ; Clean and Warm and i I .jl d,,;,;,>' oS of tpet-d from a canter Drug Co. :i the South are located at Lake plant Helen.in DJtL.D, Jl'LA.

I Homes.No \ A Good Place to Rest M. ,L two-uule-a-miluute clip. Youill i I
; Drug,
catch tie : Stationery, I ORANGE CITY
Mobably!
spirit, WO''Io:
*' -
Business ; Play Pool Now ,J Huyler's Candies j ClothingFurnishings
I one of Daytona's attraetioasperhaps x oo the roads and the beach art-jours Tbe
; Checks Givens !, Kodaks CIgars I principal attraction around
commands
more nearly universal The Florida sunshine i is fretth, e Orange
City the
is
IIELfl.. many handsome Shoes
attention and praise than duethe Myrtle Ave. and Beach St. balmy ocean breezes are free, theo FI.\ golden
; S orange groves. The town is
artistic cottages. The owners of ;,.tL.- : l1ll- Jll tY1lt\tll ttt- ..rua: and squirrels and flowers are
supplied with
water said
to be thc
these l'harming"iUa.s bail' from everycorner frte; the sparkling fountain water ii I
in
the
purest
A. H.
-' ..I the country and they bring .........................+ ';r. e and you will have to go down WOODALL to world another attraction I f
visitors.
l It
is at Orange
their own architectural plans and ,,i:to your wallet only for {com for I i that City i f!
: The
FOR ALL passengers over the Florida
build THINGS East
upon them and the ? I
as archicture ..ato. and bed and: board. I Coast
Leading Ry. transfer to I!
". carriages and
of
one section of the country This is LO fanciful pi<:turfit's: : all l: drive
differs from I GROCER to Dcland. The town is sur- 1
the architecture of another fjt-rt It is drawing other thouaii a j jaud !

I so do our homes differ i in I ELECTRICAL ao'd'np: them enthralled t; w.ll.r.arm 1 DELAND, FL.t. rounded by land peculiarly adaptedto i
the
outward appearance and structural I ; ui d hold jou. Come and a'.\.- i -- --- --- cultivation of_citrus fruits. |i 1 I'r.LAcnFwat I IJTHE >:,

beauty from one another. There are ___ - -- -

i 110 monotonous rows of striking] - .. -- I ......................................................
.
.
1 1'l ,ba M ls ;r similar build'ngs but the eye as it' i

to gI Wt.'l"I Dby., is treated to a kaleido SEEd !
CALL US
UP'
St'OIHdJangl;> which keeps the DAILY NEWS

IFORLAW .
wond-i.iig "What n xt? .

It ii no* only the exterior of man' ..

ot" th; : i homes which rivets atten- i 0 s .

LOll: wi'b.c they are models of con | THE ELECTRICIAN. | I : Gives Away t? ?some- J three!: __persons whose :

\enivii' e, and the finishing and t ..
furniShing North .
Beach St. Phone 14 : 1.,1I names were mentioned in the .
j ve' evidence of the elegance -

und caltivution of those who workedt -........ .................. r, .: Every Day previous day's paper . :

Some papers advertise it. : all oat. Indeed it is the interIoroITangenlent :Orit.s.t...............t. .
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and artistic furnish:nand .
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WE DON'T. sn iding. more than the exterior.tppearpnce :. JOHN P POLLITZ :. : Four Tickets to the Crystal :

: that gives a surpass .

Charm( to Daytona homes. This feature : Suchard Chocolate : : Theatre and a Merchandise :

We know it would hurt justly merits prominence: I : Order [for 25
as another : 5 and lOc Cakes : l cents on some :

the home trade. voni'er.Streets .

..et.I......ot.....t.t.!.. Whenever you want Business : local store. : : : : : : :
Y/e would rather have the and Pavements the ..Mostand e.
i A Bent For Each. Card*. Letter Heads .

ads. of local merchants. Best ."li. .'. . .., Circulars 1S .
y. : .1. i.1] i.ii a an:,thin;;: else! -- -: :::----- .

Why tlc! > Architect of the Universechose l.lnT ?" let':" in the printing line. 0w ..

FETCH THEM-IN : \.t;: .I! itl". B" :" ..rl,!.U'lt.lt tilde Watch -
to give Daytona for
the

LET US DO YOUR mirabk, the most picturesque: most Ln.-aJ-.,: -,;. d..... "!..- : ';- ,. oj. .. ... :.."':',"S' We give PROMPT SERVICEand .: I them---your name maybe .:

s' tting of all the Cities c-.' p.: ='." J rjLs : !1&:1- GUARANTEE

PRINTING lI | t : :'<.-. .v\J.: :t .: i .- a., '. ? .: .: next. :
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ID A ., BIG BUrl\ ed I guilty, were$10:before;Allen Oscar Judge Reeve Jennings Fish who on was, Monday $10 assessed ;I i Fifty Years Ago Today. "From INDIAN the Grove RIVER to GRAPE the Table"II PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE i .1..1.1YURT


FRUIT AND
STfTSONNIVfRSITY John Suggs. $10; Rush McClainem ORANGES
Jan. 21.
i 310 Grown on the Halifax. I ORANGE Is: ,
:J JIi ; Attaway Dutal. $5; ; John Crad-
CAPHtRtuI' dock, $3;); Chas. Rowe. $;); Jake: The Unite States senators The finest quality of fruit for sale '; 'i pnttrjltlleTillage.Hunted PORT ORARIEHOUSE
'. five milessouthof
from Florida and Alabama
INLAND, FLA. Ii IiI Stewart $;;; Willis :Morton $;;; Ax- in single boxes or car lots. Special I'I' Daytona _
withdn'w from the !senate and
Colleges and 6 tell Dozier, $3;); W. J. McXeil, $;>; attention paid to filling orders. tI! + Daytona-New I
t chnlcal Schools were followed by Jefferson: Davis -
Qutpment ; Cato :McNeil. $3; ; Thoa. Carson, $;;; mvrna hard sur-
'Olt- of Mls issippi. In his speechof MUNROE & STEVENS
15 nearly |400, Idowment ti JI Bellamy, $ all of withdrawal I Senator Davis GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. +I hwayof the Eat s. Fred Conmi s
iculty of 4p p, I ; Mlse Ruth Coates. of Daytonn: I' paid their fines. Others who were s1itl.1ch: state baa sovereignty I !
'wore and in.actors. 'oast. The town Is Owner and Mnqer
[ Christian. :, Beach, went to Sanford Fridays aft-r- taught or suspended were Henry in its own right and justified Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. located on the Hall-

lit non Seectarian ;:,.,. noon to visit for a week with her i Coen Son Aiken and Joe Lampkm. I the !secession of his state. fax: River and Is!
I Teaching. 'i I.0.0..u.i.fl.i.I.I...i.uMcDonald's .
Ir Inrormation. friend. Visa Martha Fox. J't'that' "HM By DEPlin' SHERiffS ; Monday three white men hiving I : connected with the PORT ORBEACH

IddreBs lincoln: place. :heir names as John Casey and John Twenty-five Years Ago Today.The Boat Yard : peninsula! oppesltehv
I'- '
b. D'J Lltt.Halley D..* Davis of Chattanooga Tenn., and : Established: 1303 a bridge.The .
BREAK UP A GAMBLING GA IE. most sensational parliament -
town 'U well
LL. D. o.j e I CHAS. M. McDONALD "
PrEalden'JU Dr.. J. C Herman. Osteopath 20 I James Brown of Boston plead in the history Victoria's e Proprietor = labs out and has
'
,r. Vohisii Ave., Daytona Phone 40. tf guilty to beating their way on a' reign l was formally opened by o Railways. Boats Built, Repaired : I many pretty homes.A Lots for Sale.

GANG HALED BEFORE JUDGE train and were given thirty days on1 I the queen In per011The royal : aad Housed. : large number of Liberal Terms

T. PERKINS r Mesdames Clark and Bancroft oft I the road. They were arrested? in* pageant recalled medieval splendor ...o...........fa.o......U tourists nnd winterresldPnte Allowed for
St. Paul, Minn., arrived recently and FISH IN CRIMINAL COURT AT Seville last week. 1 The queen hinted at the : make PortOnnge IMPROVEMENTSOcean
r located for the season with Mr. white of force in Ireland.A winter headquarters HirerFISHING
are DeLAND AND ASSESSED FINESOF Leonard Branch, a >young use . . . . . . . . . . . !, eDe of the or
Lttorney and9nnsellor and Mrw. H. G. Hunnewell Halifax man, of DeLeon Springs, was tined ': 1.. !several attrIetlsns II'nnvenlenttoAuto-

1-venue. Daytona Beach. $5 AND $10. $3; after pleading guilty: to the charge GITTENS & MESSING helns! the excellent inubilR.ice r ote.IW.
it Law of assault: asd battery ca his step- ] ;
Large. line of 12!% and 15 cent Compliment For Him. A short distance Apply to
,. One
of the biggest raids o: In the annals father. Fishy : WM. C. HOWES
;; .embroideries selling at 10 cents at i She was: eighteen; and very shy and .. west )f Port Orange t
the Bee Hive. North Beach St. 43-44 I of crime in Volusia county ever John Turner was arrested at the she never had been In the city before. t )l Clams I; are the remains of Port Oningo Agent, Via.I t
Practice inBtat undertaken by the sheriff and hi3 carnival last Saturday night by Mari, Thereias no one at Broad street str- I the old Pnnlawtonsu
and shag Kremer and turned over to tlon to meet her and she looked about and Rose Bay Oysters ; mill, a place
FederalCourta R. J. Muir and bride, of New York, deputies occurred on Sunday night is visited everrvenr I
that
for cab. Her mother had Port
timidly
Sheriff Smuh. He a Orange
who were In the city for a few days, when Charley Jones and Linton was charged Market oa South Beach Street : by hundreds of

have continued their journey to Palm Strange crept up on fifty nasroea ata I with carrying concealed weapons He;; told not see her to any take hansom a hansom.nor did She she did ;: Phone 5 Prompt Delivery tourists. One' time OYSTER QL '

Beach. Mr Muir represents the; place:: just south of the McBride was put on a $100 bond to at I ill toe country west
ZLAND, FLA.RIGHT. I appear ; know that the "c-rbbies" wore a liveryall .)..,!oiY ... ) 'i"i)!)!) of Port Orangesur- D. DUPONT
Detroit Publishing company, and is place near Yamassee and got a dozen the next term of the criminal court | their own. She did not see a i'olice- rounding the old Grower and Dealer

well. known in Daytona. I or more and obtained the names I I II man either so she approached a youth m:!n. was a vast: Indigo OYSTERS andCLAMS
v 01 over thirty-two, many ot whoaihae + who was standing; on the corner of .......................... and sugar cane y
NEXT DOOR'S FRUIT TREE. .1 Pt.OrnniWL 1.1)"rtons
Public stenographer, typewriter I I already been arrested:: and more I I II Fifteenth street with her bashful ques t R. H. MCDONALD. plantatlon.Thealili

INSURANCE translator The Ridg wood, phoae: 13.::; I of whom are being taken in everyday tion"I'leaxe., was operated extenslelv -
I The One Whose Branches Extend In those earU
36t : says: the DeLand Supplement. she bejjan. "are you a han t MEATS C. BOIESReal
I :
Over the Fence Into Your Yard. ?" dI:i\s hut has l is-en ladNuse ,
tGENCY I Linton Strange, deputy clerk for Bout man for
forty or
The U"\t door fruit tn.. ;uniiriK: M I' The youth raided his hnd and Estate
Earl C. Williamson returned To George Bristol of the Criminal Court I Florida and Western : tiftrears..
I near the lino I that laden lortIl".I.s eteiitl \ twirled his mustache ingratiatingly; ; Insurance
Jacksonville today. Mr. 1\'itiamsonj: j noticed a large gathering of the negroes \ very Interesting ; I
|
l the (
'nlhas
liver proved a smiling; with deprecating' ; assumption ,
The
I : Choicest Steaks and drl\ from D
eland, Florida who is still with the Florida Motor: a. week or so ago ,and subsequently -, sour.e nf untold :-Milking[ to the; of iui>di*>ty. : :&\tU1I,1, i NOTARY PUBUC
i i '
The Primest Roasts : try ocean ai hto i
company,, of Jacksonville, brought a': found out that a gamblinggame ; I Im:11I l h"' ,. IIUUTl'oI!: ht.t\\t'1'u cthervi.el I "I am :it> considered, be replied. tli.. approach 01 Port Orange Ra.
party from that city Wednesday mia I called the "skin game" was ; g-1 tu'i.slilxin; anti even rtort to the Philadelphia Times. tin. Port Oriii4<' I IS.
-DEST Jackson touring car owned by U doing on there right along. He notifu "11'etli'. a l'uurL41111' !, hl&'lIII'11 I: to :-ns.1't'I.t l.-pioiif! at whit, you want and Wo' I rul4'; '. aiTOis the
I will
: n.l.-avor
to
.w that you 4-1 It. :
Pa.ho'' 'd the sheriff and Deputy Charley that the' oru.n.il;: :11'1.1t.{ tree tit i':tl.i' and t h.-n S.
LARGESTand R. HeaJl ) WajnMburs | Hunger From the Liver. I-lion.:" ... G. MARTIN
11' :wTUTi his wile was a member of the .J or. '< was dispatched! titer With. tie: 'ruule l litiiis!; wr a nt'i.hIHtr's; foiie Hunger: appetite, doe not start 'I|>t .ing through tinninclpai I

BESTor party. rtr u't: de&cnbfd The officers tooka i! Tie! eats.of: fr:..t mn. i I... of -ourM: '. from the stomach a> all lIt'lh \'e3nt.l8'S { I POULTRY i ;Port. Orange!street to th of. [General
j I the question: of the net u.-nllip of or atIt.ast ill fl when hungered, but the : .
horse and rig and di-guisvl themsevt you . ru.nof; th co.+ l 1'i'rat'd -
*
*> j j : the right: t" t.sV: and u.:.f th- call for food really comes from the Th. 'irli. r"oulo.It'tJlu'.rfo'r l thfJ MerchandisePort I
FOP. EXT-Furnished: resideace i S as man: and sweetheart out old I sugar
| fruit on the. t. widolj: :spread fleshes of the whole llt.d>, mostly: I from h. it-re i Inn.: dull !ity. or 'ttui.4 : mi.i. returning; to
Volusia!
dpe\\ood: and .
[ Florida corner av- for a Sunday drive\ \\'hLOh 11 the tli.' dll'I"-: .
: brazIhe. -. re'n; -rally l! this fruit iI i- the liver It seems, for people who have ''nvtunahvIh.! ram>.1! Orange FLa.
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FARMS enuesisht; rooms and bath. Apply dark succeeded in deceiving tae I claiititsj .b>' the {JHTSOII whir.hrvl! : i [>orty had to have their stomachs taken entirely .......................... on th. mainlaiiU.
to S. II. GOor a eat. V2tt:: .jumbles until had
any ; : '' they crept up .
GROVES . I i> Uin>- iunttlt..l. tint if lie ix.xrt tits from their body still have the - --- --- -- - --- -- --- -
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|Iw fr absent old tftiiiali :growl! and yell
TIMBER or Simon Heyiuanu and Charles Walter had seen them in ,the rig and tll"j .. ... . .. .. ..P-4
i I fruit without |M>rtnis> .ioii h may three tunes u day for meaU.some. -
departed Friday evening for Haanna cried oat that the sheriff was: coming the iron hand ut .
TRUCK I ti law. says II.r-: thlnj; like pvople having finder; pains
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LAND \' Cuba, where they will visit but all the rest just thought that a : l I'tT'sVt,l'kl\, If lf ultjt cts to the anil pleasures' In a hand that t 1:4 been !i The Co.

'end fur Bargain for a time with Mr. Hermann's children fellow a ad his sweetheart were dray I I I'rtwetie.of the l I.rlndlt \vhl'h l'xh'nlI cut oJT for .lrs- New York livs. Joseph Zapf j

/Hluet to. in that city and then proceedby tag",, by. and when the officers after o\or his I projiorty the OVIHT of 11t'1! I
San "' tree must remove thrin. Hut If th\' I The Fresh and the Sweet. : :
way orew Orleans to t.Mi.-t: their horse, had crept up onfrlieui. I JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
TilE COULDJOOTTEN cisco: ,' Cal., .to visit another SOil of : come of them were too owner of the trvt applies for the fruit "Have you some real ni':v choio .
1! or asks! oriiiission: to niter and take it hates?'* be asked in a familiar manu t Is called the and most reliable liquor :
Mr. He)maim, some ofhoe children astounded to run. The cry went up justly largest
[ CO : the owner of the land over which the I "We have" replied theTeet faced
Mr. Heymann has .never seen. the sherilfs here and the whose house in Florida. Sole distributors for :
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I i. branches extend ciiiiiot refuse peruiis-i i i girl behind the candy counter : .
This son U a member of the He>- crowd, with the exc+*i.t.oa: of two or! .
| l'tI.\SJt' : FLA, ioll i for entry for this! I'nrl'ww. If he ".\rt' you sure they are fresh and
mann-Weil Co., wholexale house fur three' stampeded 1:1 all dirt'.tions.Tht' j refuses either to hand over the fruit ;, sweet?" : Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer :

nishers, in which Mr. Heyinann also few who were caught, however, I or to allow the owner of the tree to I "Surer*

THE has an interest Jle srs. He>mann rave away the names of tacit who I I I enter and take it, then the owner of I II j II | "lla\'e you any as sweet as yourself : Special attention is called to the : i

and Walter expec.t to return to Daytona ) had been in the game and it \\as not I i the tree may enterithout I la' tnis ion., ?" : MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. :

[GORDONIQARAQE sometime in April. lots; before doze or more wereji'afred I J but he must use no force nor commit ': "\(>.. but none as fresh: as you.-" I.
; ia. I any damage in so entering. Brooklyn Life.

Phoiie "S will tail for your cleanIng - ho-e I trite hat A already aivtied! I (Vrt.iinlthe most neighborly) thins The nn.... w.-'lfti \\hi.h will! not de- : Price lists will be cheerfully) furnished. :
to do \\ould be! t.. diide that fraitWE . .
The and r>r-. $ms. tf IlfRXCTT i t.? tI":i i'!lest it! s''
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'ANCHOR IO. o WINDSOR. p't.a LENOX'8160 STYLEA$22so Shirt Waist Boxes from 3.15 to 9.75

ClothingFurnishings 43

Shoes Shaving Mirror from 3.00 to 4.50

Name on Every Genuine Mattress. 1

Durable Tabourettes from .65 to 2.00 Ij

Comfortable, Sanitary

Jardiniers from .65 to 2.80 ,
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Coil of living HAS gone up. Bute\ery dollar spent withus

now for furniture will buy more quality and vastly more beauty

than ever before. Card Tables from 3.50 to 4.00

It used to be thought that all BEAUTIFUL furniture had to

ti Le D, FLOat--nA be very There expensive.ARE makes That is of no inexpensive longer true. furniture that embody Sewing Tables from 1.40 to 6.50 ;

...........: a surprising amount of beauty and good tasle. IdIC\

That's what we make a business of-always buying from Book Cases...Sectional and Solid

the right manufacturers and at prices which mean a big saving I

ws to you. Our purchases for the season consul of everything to

beautify your home and make it comfortable. It is much more '

satisfactory to you-to see and examine the article you want rather jf'fl'

whose than buy from pictures in catalogues. You can't always form a uMafresses
ons : misled which results in disappointment
- correct idea andery often you arc
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BEST TAILORING. ; ,q WE SELL .: f
day, from December 1 to April 1, by StoreDAYTONA

II IIbetter THE GAZETTE-NEWS COT i i
BEACH. FLA. i Autontoblle accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of
I If yon desire the best Tailoring at the smallest cost there is no E. FITZGERALD, Editcr.C. Exceptional) Mon -v-sating : .
than : lubricating oils the market .
way through us. I S. HARRIS City Editor \ulJfs in on t.
We offer International Made-to-Measure Clothes to every man Enamel Ware .. -" :
HARRY L. ROOD, Adv. Manager
who appreci tes style and good sense and desires something smarter
I than the ordinary I GEO. F CROUCH. Superintendent. I I Japanese China i WE f< PAIR- i' I LlS

See the new models and our 500 of the swellest all-wool fabrics Entered as second class matter i Laces

and better than these, see the pricesANTHONY. December 1, 1910 at the po&toffice I Ribbons : Automobiles of all makes and. in any condition. : Greatly
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Opposite Webster's Grocery Store : .
March 3, 1879 I : .
BROS. Seabreeze Ave. '
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Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes HunimrrjTJ

................................................. Complete Machine Shop : ....................o.............. .............i :..o.....
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A _COMPETENT MACHINIST. : ........

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By Rail and River. i! OPPOSITE HOTEL CLARENDON, SEABREEZE, FLA. : a

:. :I | AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. r/t r Phana radon t hschungr.> I I tt I Ii= Toast Your Bread m 2 Minutes -:.


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ATLANTIC COAST LINE. firi rwirarrtiYtfn'r'nliiiiiiiiis'riiirit+;iNti I business furnished by the towns and ..

a | JUST GOSSIP cities along the East Coast. Travel Y ELECTRIC TOASTERS ? T

Best-Service loathe East and shipments by boat may be some All
=5 BY THE GOSSIPER. =5 what slower but it will offer. needed .

/ Leave JacksonvilleArrive ....... ..7':108.m.: -:1' ymNA.ym.y.m.Y.WJ1m.w! ?1m} mt\! !: relief from the oppression of the AND IRONS selectedhelp
Palmetto Limited. Ha\annah.......... .. .ll.S5a.in.50p :
Augusta.... ... .. .. .m. The practice of catching catfish from Florida East Coast railroad. I : || usec
DAILY. Carrying through: Coaches harleston .. ... .. .. 427 p.m. :
Richmond 4-tOa m. the bridge and leaving the horned II i with all tafinest
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Electric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room \\ashington.: :::::.:. . HUH a:in.: WINTER VISITORS ENJOYING I .
members of the tribe
finny
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Jacksonville Baltimore .... Y.18a.m. on
Dining Cars to .. ChSnmm-
Beeper! W. ...... PLEASANT OUTDOOR LIFE.
Philadelphia. 11.da.m.:; the bridge shold be stopped and J. B. GARRISON The Electrician. Phone 71
New York. >ework.... .. ....loop.m. No S
there stoold be an exercise of antthor- one seems to get more Pleas-I : :

3(ew York and Florida Special. I>all> Except Hunda}. No.M$ ity to prevent this practice, which ure out of life than a party of Lans +** .*. A.fr

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110p.m. :Mich
I of this pDpular train dt''t' Jae.k8on\.tlle. ing. people who spend thewinters
I )* cr1ptlon Savannah .... .. ..... ... SUNpui. aas become a public nuisam.e Anyone I
This train consist of Pullman Drawing .
l'i'harleiiton. . .. .. . KJ5pm.Arrive :! at Daytona Beach. The party
Room, Mate Room Sleeping, Dining and Li of the three bridges between the
i Klchmond. ... ..... 7.oft 1 am.
equipped brary-Observation with the ne tars''''high-speed,: heated brakes b> fctearu,and Washington; .................10.2.1am.:! mainland and the peninsula offer consists of Mr. and :Mrs George . ... 00/......
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brilliantly throughout by electricay Baltimore .ll tit a m Sheets :Mr and :Mrs A Ayers :Mr.I ; .
"Sa lighted splendid places for fuhing' in the
ipecinl light being provided for each '.*. 1e.t Philadelphia........... 1.44 p.ni.ew l .
I and :Mrs.V. S. Old and : and
twrtb. affording perfect comfort In writing, > lock Penn. K K. river and there is no disposition on Mr BOND LUMBER COMPANYMaaufoctnrerfc ,0
orfor'ft'adlng at night i Stn7th" Ave., 3i'd! i'lL... Sifipni. the part .f anybody bridge company|I :Mrs R. S. Holmes. Each day they : 0i

Leave JlicUon\.tIIe.......... ... 915am: plan pleasure T'hs: week ol .
city authorities citizens, to deprive some trip.
Florida and West t Indian Limited. ArrJvt'.. Savannxh ....... ....... l.jo p.m or I ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER | .
Augusta ... ... .. (150 p.m. anglers* of this pleasure but they have been three times to :Mosquito .
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches, M Charleston. .. .. ... Lime Cement i. Stock .
54epa' the anglers should have ton idera. I Inlet in automobiles. They devoted Laths. Shinglec. Flooring Ceiling Brick. and *
Electric.Lighted Pullman Drawing Room [ : RichmondWashington! ".' '". &10:a m. (Iffi't.tnd Yard"" Int.: touct Kallwtix, and Orange Av. O .
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.. B.4oa.m.Sleeping : tion enough to keep their catches of much of the time to fishing ConceWhite !
Cars, Dining Cars. Jacksonville Baltimore ..... .1II.l2s.m. I 'Phone 83. R. J- MAL BY. .
I Manager.
& \\'. Philadelphia .:.::12: .:!:1 p:m. catfish away from the center of the and brought>! home each time quan : O .
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to New York.: Nework. ..... .... .. 1.5i('p.m. bridge instead of leaving them thereto 'I titles of choke fish. For next week ....................................................8 ..

Coast Line Florida Mail. Leave Jacksonville . .... .. i......'>p.m.1MiSn puncture the tires of passing automobiles -I the, have planned a trip up the river. :, .
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ArrheHa\'annah.
about miles the launch 'IJin
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DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches < harl".ton .1051&.11I.) t. "
Richmond .tr s"en frequent complaint of this prac't'e aye. and will fish and l shoot duck : H(
and Electric-Lighted Drawing Room '* W*>hlin.ton .:..:: :::::.1 ::p.t.l.; : 'I .
Sleeping Cars. Jacksonville to Xew York ". Htltluuirf.> ............1..0&.111. : and it will be stopped If you i and squirrel. ;They have also pjan- ; : 0S
Htopu at Meal Station ,, U. Philadelphia .... :t.";)n.nl. 'ant to fi: >h iro-n the bridge help 'ned .1 trip to' "* DeLeon Springs Hid I.------ --.l The I'rlnl
Jacklon"lile \ Nework...... ...... .. .. '.l.ltl. .'.. : Pauii ht nchlr
Local Sleeper to Savannah. | yourself and welcome, the fishing is will bathe. in the .ouIIl
Best Trains to the West. iree and ttaere is Aleny of it, but : Youth. I'eopl' who 1 lire: siinoutdoor / Course .:

I please have consideration< enough for I life: like this wiil; :-o WI,'; ilI IOf s.

) Noe I South Atlantic Limited; I; :<0. ;"': : "No:;t.", I Montgomery Route. '"Nos.., the other peopue; 'wtio! use I'he bridges 1 with a new lease oa lit.. I : .......

: not tj tiiiovv jour Catfish: etU' itOLCO ------

I 8.15 pm Lv .. Jacksonville Ar M.45 Im, I 'C E:>pin' I.v Jnckunville..1r' 7.;+tam the center ol the br'.ier; ;, aLi 1! Jan. 21 In American History. .....11...
1.88 ant Ar .tlanta/ Lv 111.1 "'.. ,, ,
put I.tln \1' 1"lItJolll"r' .1.\ 1i.jl'UI leave them tlurt.. .
t' 5.40. pm \r. ..l.oul.\IIIo'. 1.\ ".'''alll ,1.IIII'1II ,Ar Kirmlmshouit..I.,' ;1.4i"III I .... 1.-t3-J 1.(6 am Ar I mila 1111,I'ull'i.. 1.\ .IIIIIIII ., : : :
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k 8.65pan Ar .lIh'llIlIata I. .tln 1.llIalll'\r.' .
7.10811I Ar...... Chkllgo ... ..1.,' g..lIlfllII 17Htxut i itauyiIIt,: t.l.oul.l.v" 1.\ :."' 'um From the amount of ,'uten'- i. 1S13-Central John C'urles Fremont. jTJ:
tuKtpln
I\r. can operate a Westinghouse .
i Sew-I
\I'Pnm (.hil'ugll..I., G.\II'fU I arousedin Daytona and ev'- ': soldier senator and explorer, born: you .
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cry other town along the East Coast died l ...'nl.1521Genertl. .
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So. w. Dixie Flyer Route I No .Mti V 0. 1.. !i I ing Machine Motor; woman can.It's .
f 1 Seminole; Limited So. 0: inland waterway in the steamer Swal Cabell lirecklnrldse, senator I any I rs

which will lease St. Augustine on vice resident( and soldier .
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!R.lbpm: Lx.......Jaek.onylIh..Ar. : 7siaut ".401'11I' 11.\ .Jul"k. tnr111r..Ar'7.trrant' ; its initial. trip tomorrow the banksof i I born, died IS.! .,. a motor made for woman and ..
IO.tbpm Ar. 1\'ucro..Lv &lutun 111.45pnt Ar .... ,
71t1ittutAr..ltluutit( .. 14.441 :.'lIlIm .. .11'aycro-s. ...I.v. sl.talum will 1S_General Thomas Jonathan Jack- I I
Lt.. pin : Ar. .AlIlHn Ly l1;)am the river here probably be 0r
1L4SpullAr..Evarti.vllle. I.,. .:FHtlU \Ii.Ytum Ar ;: "Stonewall born died 18i 3. it's well made that it will last
nulughant 1.\ son.
4.4 ; so
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5.48 urn Ar. thIeugo Lt. \I !!t 1'11I' ..1111111 Ar ......t'lttcugu .. I.v ' lined with IH"olleloIHl..t: when taesteamer .
.. \1.1'11' 1900-The Lulled States assumed a .
7.mMIU Ar..toIt.J.OUh. Lv K..iput 1.\1 .
1 am Ar. .Ht.IA"ls Lt' ii.n: punY k; to make her lust:; appearance. -
I The first trip of the bw republic| I long as the machine. AH! you have O

For Rates, Pullman Reservations( and 'Information Call on or WriteA. steamer scheduled I I jLb _
was to begin: at
W. FRITOT. Division Pass. Agt W. D. STARK. Traveling Pass I ; 1910( The national guard of the several to do is to start and stop it.
Agt I Stugusxtjne la*>t :Sunday: but tLe ) states became a permanent adjunct I ..
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WEST BAY STREET ..
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JACKSONVILLE FLA. repair the could:
I necessary : on ship j of the regular army estab-- .
,1 not be finished and the start was I lisbment by the operation of the i Try one and see. You'll find that'Ii ..:II.. err: ti a wa

:: delayed a week. The start wil:J be 1 Dick law .

Seminole TRAIN LimitedSOLID TiieSteamerlLSl 1 should;I made :Monday reach l thin and port the lJg Tuesday.; ship I|I ASTRONOMICAL- EVENTS. i it makes sewing an entirely different I II ..0O.


Kverjbod:: in Daytona. wishing; the I (From noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Electric is operation. -......<
Lighted Throughout. Sun sets 5. rises 7:14. moon rises 12:2': :' I .
of the !
makes her maiden trip to owners steamer success to I .
a. m.; 1:12 a. m., eastern time moon
such a degree that number : S
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1pt5'pglt PALM BEACH !! at last quarter. Sun's declination .
boats will be n "hsary rwxt seasonto .
I I 19.08 degrees south of celestial eq.ua .
( handle the 1 ii 11.311 and i>a.x st'n,..r i
Leaving Prince Dock / .
George:; : tor.'r. S
I I The Schantz Electric Ice I IL a

I Zfp5' SATURDAY Y AT 8:00: A. .I.I 1.I 1. I' ........ ............m..ac..D..8... ea ..a.


CHICAGO ST. [LOUIS I ::1 I Southern I and Water Co.PROGRESSIVE .. steam Ht
f I Thereafter the Steamers::; RailwayNORTH J a.
I iMlN. Oif NNNi NMiN 200 iYiOM0000

AND ALL POINTS. BEYOND.... I Constitution and Republicuill i i iil a.
UI.t.r\lItlulI' t oiii|>:u tin. nt and .Sl p-| I : : EAST .AND: \\ES1 - -- - .
ln\ CarUirlinliiu- ludtvttlual I l. itli llnlil-: Fro.' "I" .
:: tLv 'hall'm. I'unuc> t'III' maintain their regular ,
'. Jai'UoT \ill. s:to p. n'. ad'.ertlsed I Y

Ar\ 'hk'H.t.St I.l'\lI I 7 71::.11.., a.a. inii III.,. ;.chiduli 14 == Fast Vestibule Trains Daily I == 4JACKSONVILLE : S ..
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Furl-t"'t.ill". : 1 r i\ itioiima rall-: Leaving Daytona Saturdays and
ruml t1d..t. 1101011.| I : PalmettoSituate
H. 1 VNT\\: 'FI.1.:I i I i i .
Florida 1.11.:1.. .. ,lukoonvilli. Hir I Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. FlfOM I .
I SMYRNA is situated hf ....... .
bound South. U
1 I il I III i NEW miles south of Daytonaand ORANGESIf
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[ OenI Tuesdays at 9:00 a. m. .........
CURRIERFLORIDA .t
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Ainding of the most
"The Florida 7:40 ; through one plC- .
Special" : a. m. i
o bound North. : turesque parts of Florida. I Point Grove .

I g The Attractive Way II :"The: Southern s Southeastern Limited 9:00: a. m. I With its ancient ruins dating back : /"rthrIt.-dlandIn-I S.

to a time when the history of man liiiii HI\'I'r"rltn .... .
I "The Florida Limited S:05 p. m. t. LANDS runneth not, interlaced with wires iIi.-t...,tint h.- .

II North and West McCOY BROTHERS "The Atlanta-Jacksonville Special" 8:50 ,I-..w e( V 1\ J u \.\ of the modern telegraph and telephone Milt.droe. ]
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p. its miles of shell streets 0
II I H I '"I:I I 1'\ as situated 11 m. Ocean It
hard and smooth as a floor and overarched from l lJet>luna on ,
OI *.****.4>*.*..4>.4>>4>4>4>4>.4>4>4>> M. LEIDERSDORF I theflatona.NewSmyrna( =" are large aj
Limited" by hoary forest giants that I Koad r vice is ads
Atlantic
South Resident Agent grew in stately grandeur during the .
o on applicai
STEAMERS tt I I' Prices Mo.JcrateFRD
Ii : | I I Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars to Atlanta Asbvillc, Cincinnati Town and lapse of bygone centuries New i ......
I Leave Jacksonville 8:15 1114
pm. Chicago Cleveland Colorado Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance
Springs, Detroit Louisville and New York NORDMANNProprietor
i A solid through train daily Uncle Sam and : i I I' Property and rest. -


For Cincinnati & Louisville 0 Cherokee : All nature here is very inviting to I'I'I .........I

Through electric lighted sleepers SOUTHERN RAILWAY DINING CARS I I the tourist and pleasure-seeker Here ..

To l Indianapolis & Grand Rapids .* 1-"K THII"I- '\Mi: I K 4 I too is to be found the best fishing and r THE
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I Dixie Flyer ii i Tomoka i I City Ticket Office, 108 West Bay Street. Jacksonvil'c Florida I General I The people are thrifty, the business : \. .. Fresh milk,

0 I II IIt III I : Hardwareand I men enterprising, and all unite .
I . the welcome band of
: : IN I I. : ti-K: : I R I F.i11I r I Ii in extending rr
o Leaves Jacksonville 8:25 pm. .,
( ( \'. \ \: 'nilii '' I I'. \ her I i hospitality to strangers. There are :
11 A solid through train daily I i L; Builder's I
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i River .......... "....................... =.... five church edifices for white, people ,i :...0.l.l!

For ChicagoMontgomery --- -- Supplies, : and an equal number for the colored I II
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\ i Route 0I I,I : Every Tuesday and Saturday : ..o.ON ...N 0 N.. 0. lent high, school. a splendid public ;e+e....

I to.ln Januar UndertakingNew :i I library aad up-to-date business ;
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ii \ I .tat. : I bouses. .
I Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. t 'I .
sleeper daily ,I. Smyrna There arc any number of pretty .
Drawing
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For Evansville & St. Louis
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0O I which numbers close to 2000. and i American PI

THE I I some very hoe winter residences STAIEBASK 1 1i 1t 2
Dining Cars on all trains I INLET AND i .
I t I There are good hotels and boardinghou.cs
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For full particulars addressT. where von can had accommodation t i ) I .........
t F. W. SAMSin to meet NEW IYRNI.JIIII \
your requirement
B. WALKER, Fla. Pass. Agent 1 i Va .
I V 0 i NEW SMYRNA i "rI} \ 1 i I' I' hoimiiij. New S.rua:, is. as line a \ I II \'.\\10'"I

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Special per : !t. ul.t. 5. .. f2
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: : I .iINtI " ''''O'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' t1J I j John J. Foster and daughter, Mrs. :+++.NNN.N..NNNNNNNN..N..NNNN..NN: ,

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Foster Crawford, of Grand

.. .. I HOTEL DESPLAND i I, Rapids Mich, are registered at the : HOTEL CLARENDON :

f: I' ; NEWS OF THE HOTELS Gables. i iI iMr.

kinds of I : SEABREEZE :
I : .! Daytona, Florida ; I and Mrs Frank X. Warren,
; ij} : FLORIDA J
i iJ U of Chicago, Ill, who have friends in I .
| NOW OPEN
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I! the city are season guests at the
i. .A. a Among the guests zt The Bennettare Ivy Lane Inn. I : Absolutely :

J WAITE and :Mr and :Mrs: H. Phillips of '
= L. M. Owner Manager. i : .. fireproof
i Lowell, :Mass Mrs. Robert B. Latham and daughters :
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iition.iTERS. ; Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and-Service Excellent. broad Piazzas on all : II' the Misses May and Roberta, .
Mrs. T. B. Gruman of Coumbus.: of Lincoln Ill. : Now Open J
the Lane
Sides. Rooms Ensnite. Steam Heat. Every Modern : are at Ivy .
f i. 0., is enjoying the southern climate Inn for the season. .
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Convenience. Send for Booklet. a guest at T'he Bennett 'houte.Mrs. I
4 : Booking Offices :
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: CONCERTS DAILY. :. I )lr. and Mrs Frank L. Whiting Seabreeze, Florida E. L. POTTER President t
: H. F.
Thayer Manchester,
.and Dr. a.ndIrs.. F. M.Vheatley, : Hotel Blackstone Chicago :
114J : Bummer Addm-s: ATLANTIC WOTJHE. Xarn piin!*-tt Pier, Kbod*Wand X. II., is spending her second reason of Xorth Abington, Mass, are gutsts: :' .. 1180 Broadway New York W. S. KENNEY. Manager JInn

.. :................................................... a: The Bennett house oa North wt the Ivy Lane Inn. N....N........N..........................6........
Ridgewood.Miss .
: ..OM.0&00......ssSN......0..NLocated.....................

.,... : Elsie Eichhorn of Minneapolis Guests at Schmidt's Hotel include in the Most '

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..i. flRIDGEWOOD!: 3 who is one of the guests at C. E. Smith, Des :Moines, Iowa; j S ara t oSa nn Spot on the Halifax

the Bennett, i*> an accomplished John A. Preston, Jacksonville! ; William ;( I Beautiful\\
i whistling soloist. Allen, Mrs.VIllum!( Allen! Miss '' JOHN J. McGUIRE, Proprietor.

!. Isabel AlIen. Xew York City. TTE INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath.
E. ,D. LAN G'ITORTHY
; Proprietor. ; .Mr and Mrs. J. H. Watterhouse --- Florida. Table ol the best oi everything in season Terms as reasonable as
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I j. of Boston, wiho have been stoppingat Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Jackson of.. the service will permit given on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No. 112 i

NOW OPEN. The Bennett, are spending their Fort Plain X Y,.arrived Thursday' ..... ...................................00.40000...0

i honeymoon in the Sou-th. and are guests at the Ivy Lane Inn [ I
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All departments will be managed by white :Northern help !I Dr. and :Mrs. Jackson have many ,' .N...........4...N o.s+>.N..o.0.>.N p...o..+0"a

A. D. Young of Dillon Mout.. is friends in. Fort':
at the Bennet for his third winter Plain people wintering in the city. ; |

| help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied Mr. Young spent six successive wing i .
ONE UF TILE: LI. VUINC. IIOTKIJ*OFI
T ers at Palm Beach but'isiJted i iguttits S
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Day- :Mr. and Mrs L. Buzzini .who are
with all the delicacies of the season, 'cookedand served by the '
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i y; tona three years ago and than, since of the Clarendon Hotel ac- ; ". -TONA.- FLORIDAe_
71 finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, that time has been spending the winter ('ompaniedIr.. and Mrs R. M. Bond; V ---

one : i. season here. He's like all the to DeLand Friday, expecting to S y'" TENNI, COt'ITH J t,
Summer address Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island,'N. Y. re-j
0 rest-once here always come again. turn toda>'. Mr. Buzzini represents ..................................................
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I01.010000.....OOe1.OIR'0.0.0.10...'......00.1e100.00 I passenger Mitchell automobile. :Mrs Josephine Norris:; arrived yesterday I: I THE PROSPECT
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afternoon from Vita Loma
I Among the recent ..arri'alsho/ i
ANYfStock : THE PRINCE GEORGEDAYTONA I Texas, and will a spend' the season at 109 South Ridgewood Ave _
who are guests aV The Bennett
The Hamilton on South Palmettjo! 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office. r
: FLORIDA d are J. C. Pasqueth of Mexico, and I Steam Heat.
avenue. :Mrs Norris is here to visit -j

a Hi1yard'&'Holroyd, Proprietors A. S. Pasqueth of Milwaukee; G. her brothers. Mes r*. E. H. and P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor.
I Whitten and wife Marsha'Jtown' Ia.
Stock ; H. P. Mace, of Xew York, who s Spend ....__............. ._.._
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Gerard A. Smith' Miss Smith. Pittt:
t I Conceded to :fie: the best situated Hotel: in this section. the winters in this city. ---- -
Manager. : burs; Mrs W. J. Fish, Green Bay i ........................s.............................
Two hundred.foot'frontage onHalifax! River. .
Wis. :
.Mrs.
: ; A. A. Eichhorn. MisKl-
10N N :Mr. and Mrs. R F Shedden arrived HOTEL SENECA JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. :
: Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. I I sir Euhhoin. Mrnneapol: ; H G. yesterday from Atlanta, Ga, I I OKNKR IH'Vl' : AND HiKAN HTH.. .
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: Steam Heat Throughout. Garvej, Pu sfield! .1Ja!;<;;.; Mrs L. .
: and are guests of The Despland Mr : ENTIRELY NEW. .
:Maldron, innghanjon. X Y.
: White Help in Dinind Room. Will Remain Open until Maylst: : Shedden is manager of the Mutual' .
.- I : Albert Bennett, Proprietor C R. Bennett Manager
: The Bennett ie its usual Life Insurance company, and a per '' :
The I'rlnrrO-orjn' I'lrr i. thr unlv' Ittinlliit. in l a\tona for M" Au Uo'tll.1l11d! i -njoyng sonal friend of Col. J. O. Wynn also : A NU I'lni. for NT,... \I''op\ '
= Palm UeiK-h luttb J'urtil-uh.n. with 1.I..u..u.- i :ucCeisful season and a, number of ...
Rootu.1 hu Thr..u.hl/ul I .
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of Atlanta, who spends the wintersin ::
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pleasant social affairs have taken .
: I: : place in the attractive public rooms this city.Among ................................................o....
Same Management as THE BRISTOL, A!>bury Park. N J.

II oi that popular' hoisu.elr Tlhe young .....................................................
...a.................................................I 1 !1't'lIJ.| are making the new tenn; the guests at :klllll.dt's .

I --- - i MMiiion" the hotel grounds scene Hotel a.reIr.: and Mr-:>. Willurnl: 1.I t NEW SEASIDE INN H H. MANWILLER. Proprietor **
: DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA
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.Itl10D0/1.0.00.0.0.0...........0.0.0.I.0.0.......0 0 |101'Ullwh activity and three cou: t-i I lea and Miss Isabel .\llen.: who h.i\ _
I : hale alu-tdv: become one of the moat numerous friends in this; l.i'ty' and v /<*J This new and select tandy hotel has lust been enlarged and refu: uishcd J

1 cimt '. for the season 1910-11 to meet the of its Y
r popular: f .iiuit-s of The Deiinlt.t The > Mr Allen ha; i pr j eatvtere.sts II. requirements growing patronage

i i THE NEW GABLES : : on'is: have junk rwentl). been fmlud :hit Port Orange and at .n Ise : Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths Electric and Gas Lights Call Bells "_

e Sewi i .. : ;-, aid: the first game; between time \\ned tb.. handsome >rant'" : Rates $2.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly: Rates on Application }
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grove .it l. which! h -tl1 1!
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in can. I + .. Daytona 1 iy i U Lane. designated j }by h':" ran: .... ......................................................
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i : LOCATED EVERY 'MODERN -*, \iiionj; the guests registered a COMPARES S WINTER R CLIMATE a
; the _Vuatm are 1:_ II. Edgy Lakt'Uod '-
CONVENIENCE AND
last as :. t . > :COMFORT .. .). .. X L; P. 1L Kimball, I'Ut.s-: : "The Ivy Lane Inn"J !

r bun,::, X. y.; .\. .\. Locke. Everett, OF FLORIDA m I OHIO. .

haveid I i I '! 'Steam "Heal Throughout Ij i l Mass.; r, H.1 Matbert-ou, Br.stol; Vt.; A High Grade House, catering to the most particular pecpte; : CeofcU' location : i
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.- I J $3.00 and $4.00 per day$17 and higher per weekr% : t
Edward Uanielt.: James I.. Barnettlaibaiua. : EDITOR OF OHIO PAPER MADE

a 'B. H. MOSELE1' ': .\ ; J. .\. Scott and wife .Neu ENVIOUS BY READING WEATHER 5 Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor i

that i I I .:. Proprietor i I lx>ndon. ConnT.. D. .Lenehan, C. K. ............................................NN..N. I

i Brow. Ii<*-hester, X.. Y.; !Jr. and CONDITIONS I IN THE DAILY
ifferentIce I..000.0.I.0.I.0.I.I.I.I.IeO.I.......1.1.....1...I.0W ..I | Mrs I... Hemiam, Evansville! Ind; .0.N..0.ON.00.0.NNNNMOeO..OON..N......0..ON
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I Mr: and Mrs litter Smith Mrs NEWS.F. E. H. PURDYProp. i

.0.100.UO.0000...........1.0..NIOa.101........0..I David Smith, Mrs James Smith Germantown K. \Vh.t; editor of the Spring! THE SEVILLE Daytona, Flor.Ja

.. I Ohio. taro (Ohio Press a bright lit'.I'1 I _
GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON. I.
weekly publIshed in the home to, It
THE HAMILTON Mr andI: *. C S Host PIlLs I of C. X. Pence who sjleud-s.j the Surrounded by Spacious Grounds, in the most delightful part of the City I
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I' burg; Mr. and 31 r*. J_ S. iiuzzitu. The guests receive the best the markets afford in the dining room, and every
I !New and First Class j'! :\eYork City'; Mr. and Mrs John winter in this city S.tys in his I is"II" comfort and convenience that a well regulated hotel) can offer to the public. .1 t

i iiNGES Bar1.! ,... I l..os Angeles) ; .Mr and Mrs I of .January H.: .........................................-........ i
a "We are in receipt of \' n'
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Ii ; I. K: Ft.h: Cleveland: Iud t. and the DuUon.i ( Kla.> Sews t truer! I,''I i'! ................a.......*.a...1...1.I..v.........II.
Electric I.kS"" friend 1'. X. fence, w hoiih i t \i|I iPenve. > :
i : Steam Heat Electric Lights : Mr.I: I 1J:. \. SlHnier, Clos"rsvilir. Xi The f M L.l'lIdcl' fie ,.: mana 'e- :
Cleveland.DAYThNA
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.' ia spending: the winter 011 fli ( :
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i I' H;.niiiu Holmes.alrrburv .tullv: I..tlcd I .od tableHid :
. : Elegant> Roomsith ithout Baths ,, place. From the I l"ill"l ..: .
0 e e w a I paper w. i hcs u' u\"e" 't.n 'h)Le! .i ,tl
I : t loir!): ; lie. Margaret !*< :Icion. Xew ij/ J. J .
.I 'utHxl old siinini.' > !intr. a elect I.. I< S1MF.C1Prop. .
:; i Iut:: vlj': .v : u: Jits l.I''II.d.lo. i r.11L'
M .I \c( k; Vr! aid Mr*. ('. It. Wright .
1 tile kind w.t lli\: 11'1; : .Ilan I I i ij \ ........ ..... .
: i..';'iiii,1.,i r. o.: 1JI-s Wr lit. \\'. 1.: : I ICBB9I I BO. B.....l.B.Utl.a9....... .
: 1.M. MABBETI'E 1 Proprietor : j ill1.d; -\ucY..us;: Wilt. C.llar'I".j. ; | ;\ "
MRS. (J.( :i -. x'k.: a: ,, .. urn. aui < ,', :Have a cold! Snap| t in' II I \\.1 1 T..." a. .. ..-oe..a o o.a( tlo .s.e...................e. tt
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: Palmetto Avenue I UAVTO\a. FLORID I M 1,1"111.1 i i ,,-.tch.r.) Jar: at HX"f 1 c."jar.1,' I I E
.- .. Ml'! :IJ. \ i !i 11.irv and .K''''r\J.1\ n 1'0.: THE AUSTIN Et t 1

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t Grove 0 SCHMIDTS HOTEL : "'-vr.iortablc Rooms Rooms Only Modern Conveniences: eeec......................................... ....

.. .Ulaiul Inllti r Excellent Table 50c. 75c. and $1.00 per day - --- - -----

| It, \. t. -.ilk.i u t h< : Henry Schmidt. Proprietor. Daytona. Florida : Rates Moderate: I Steam Heated$2.50 to Rooms$600 per 11 week Orange Ave ............'................... . . ..
r : Situated on the bank of the Halifax Rixcr one mile {from Atlantic : Song Palmetto Ave., Daytona. Ha. I
C situated 11m.Ua.tona Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single en suite or nth bath Sleeping rooms MRS D J. CUMMINGS,
1 onaylonaNew are large, airy and early all have sunny exposure: The cuisine and service r I THE PINES Pro rtetress. 1
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: is admirable. Rates $3.00 per day and up. Special rates icr families : _
Ina\c&KoaJ Moderate : on application. S j j.N................................................. An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct I r t!

FERD i.........001III.0s0.ssI.1.1.1.1.I.I.1.I.I.I.0.....I.I..0.I...&..................... I j.. .. i supervision of the proprietress. II '

RDMANN .. .. 338 South Ridgewood Avenue, DAYTONA, FLORIDA. !
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THE MAGNOLIA
: LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. : !

: Fruit milk vegetables and fruit on the place Furnace heat. RATES: $2.CO per o SOUTHLAND I

: day and up; $12.00 per week and up : a New Book.

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American Plan Always open New Ownership and Management: :

KTMIAISK\ T [ : Renovated and Enlarged Good Service. : "I' EFFECT .t.lAk1' Q. iyuS. 45.49 W. Bay StM JacksonvilleAND I

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Leneral Known and Popular DA\ TONA
Z I in China and Orangewood New and
[Banking t J Overlooking the Beaut.tul Halifax Ri,,'cr. J r

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[ Homelike and Coi:i:oi table tlou- rirt Cla" 1:i Re.i cs.: I Exclusive Novelties. '
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another paragraph: cunning to'the following "You wish:! to divorce your husband)? t.

'.._..'..... .. .... ;... III!."" ,"'. "-;{.';::"'} t "," "'. '<.' ,:,%'i. .f::'..'::".:.-.".":,''"'" I BREAKING A CUSTOM.How effect: You can't ajm>e? In what way does I I ORMOND.ON.UE'1L\I.1FAX] at 3
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ill !'? :..J .B.IEE' Z ;dt "f *. I "The" efforts of Justice have been your Incompatibility of temperament -
.l ...' the Salt Shaker Was Introduced. crowned with success. The manifest Itself?" ORMOND is 6 miles In
.E. ";" : ::-. promptly prop with meatORMOND.
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,... : : ::: IIQc .."!;: : i iI has divoreed and he north of Dayto a, I
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l. ":';..:.,:-J..': .I'--:...:. ttJ. ,, ... \ to the Spaniard. i murderer of the Rue du Tot-de-Fer "Oh. I wish to get located on the west .
I Until a few years ago no Spaniardhad been arrested In a house of bad reputa doesn'tr-Le! Rlre. bunk of-the HalifaxRiver.

..=-=z---=- ;:: _':' on his dining table any other receptacle '' tion. Led at once before the judge of The location DAYTON1Tuesday
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_. for salt than the old style Instruction, the wretch had the hardI- The timid youth who lacks the -ind:' ( ot the town permits ev
open cellar. An enterprising, Britonsaw ; hood to address the magistrate In terms" Mar see his Idols crumble.stand of good drainage and (
ZABREEZE and DAYTONA DAYTONA this. noted that the salt was always i of coarse insult winding up with the For Will he never who never take a takes tumble.a perfect sanitation; JJ Harroun of vt

CHAS. F. BEACH, two enterprising and dirty and gummy and determined following; words which amply show Philadelphia Ledger. I elevation Is !superb a party
progressive towns on the Hali- BEACH to introduce a certain famoussalt that there \remains not a spark of conscience I and Ideal for If the old log did aptly thecottages
BURGMANTHE fax Peninsula are geographicallyone shaker from which clean alt I I or right feeling!, in this hardened The Sympathetic Pal-Wotcher. Hill!; : winter homes A not KO out In thehurricaneyou'il tD
although incorporated as separate PHARMACY the danlpe'tweather. laid ? wide bridge connect thtrv.The nod Mrs. Paulzt
The towns par would run freely in soul: You looks, bad. Reen up Ormond with nit
municipalities. world bas
north and south Bravely he started to tour God and man: are my witnesses; I Rill ills sort' of. 'Aven't been Orniond Beach. 'II' here no such com-t'11e- Barstow. 0
the peninsula
REAL allel for distance of from three and one- James F. Dobbin Spain for the couipanjr. that I have never had any other an> outer doors fer free munts. Many fine homes fortnble winter reading andde1fdous !
a east ProprietorDAYTONA costuuihre n..:irJ than to serve your august person Pal Wot was the t.llmpotroundllu/ lie ic(
half to four miles and extend BEACHEverything "No, senor: no est bitlon The Sympathetic ire maintained on along the shores of
ESTATE and west from the surging seas of J mas quo esto" ,":-io, sir; it's not -u-: and my country. loyally to the best matter wlv yet? tther aid* of the the Halifax. served.
MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Carried In a Usually First tomary to use more than that"-th.* of my ability." nlIlt1tfin'. only the judge wouldn't tlv,T, most of them (11:1K' FI+HJt1tAl1I'. Sirs1

River, the beautiful tide water Class Drug StoreI I ;' old cellar), was the answer of every The printer had Just cleverly managedto belleve.. t.-Sketch.l surrounded by sub- sold to W.
FOR that sets them apart from the iio\- the two addresses. The tropical flora and
stream Our PrescriptionDepartment! I i dealer to whom he presented Interchange: lot
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with which they have close is Complete [ it was universally ,hrubbery,besides CALL ON
h ware- the was that
Daytona of
1 and again cream joke shed a gracious light J
SEABREEZEHUMS means of three In everyRespect I elty. Again She used to thrifty orange and OR WRITE TO polite Mrc
by lovethere
communion little
ferry I I buffed. He began to despair when. I known how very I Along the way he went- fruit
half-hour
as well a.3 a I and tell her so, other citrus contractcottage I
bridges used to
the king he
day gazing into a jeweler's I was lost l : between At least
DOUSE one
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OKU service. Phone 192 I j i Reminiscence And what he said he meant. rees. has
Beach areessentially window brilliant idea stru.-k : the mlnlster.-Straus
a Ormond has many.attractlonsexcel
Phone 177 Seabreeze and Daytona I I MACONl the 1 braid
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summer and winter I him. He entered Realizing the childlike Today he sits back all alone. l
sorts and are making hundreds re-I curiosity and impressionable character Last of the Old Orators. A bitter brew he sips. lent automoblllng. l } by A.

new friends every year among tho'\e BRANCHNICHOLSON I' of his quarry he persuaded the I The late Senator John Warwick She sheds has no him light In ecllp upon!
SONNTAG who desire to escape the discomforting and- &: Jeweler to display a shaker in hi* Daniel of Virginia may' be said to But Chicago, Record-Herald. boating, and many four rooms,
of heat and cold fashioned pl<>aant drives IN ANY WAYINTERESTED
extremes housesare window and coached him about selling I have been the last of the old Tthe towIng

INVESTMENTCOMPANY their now hotels receiving and splendid boarding patronage FEED AND LIVERY it A Spaniard came along, looked I orators In the house-of the conscript 'Old 'artl. Johnny cried one bob- located At Ormond the Beach large IN PROPERTY IN discu

from the most discriminatingclass STABLE in the window, saw the curious object fathers. Ills fame will rest not by to another during the suffragetteraid ; Hotel Ormond andi 'ORMOND OR lighting St 1

of tourists. Investigated."It on his law books, which were excellent on the house of parliament when i i lesser! sister, the ORMOND BEAOHHf committeewith
The ocean itself, with its marvel- All Orders Given is very pretty for the toilet ta- : not on his speeches In house nnd the order came to grab partners. "Let llfttoa Inn. The Will Give Your : the e
Desirable ous beach, hard as macadam and Prompt AttentionCareful ble. he remarked after proton:. *sI! senate which were strong!, but ou twomasterly me get I that ont'-'er with the red 'ar." former occupies a Business! Prompt at th
attraction I .. .... jort
is the greatest .1.11 y. -- -- I oo k"
Locations in smooth as a floor, frt"Pu'Fam11111rwltb scrutiny, perhaps useful l for the l orations on I.e.uuu Stonewall "Right, my son. Rut you've got a pu"'uu over Atlentlen I IJ town
the
although earth air and sky Roads dren. What goes in it-perfume?"\UUO\\ Jackson delivered before his entrance She looka game "un.' I 111>; the Halifax and
combi- Job.
any part o entered into a the latter has as its been 'stirre
seem to have glanced up It well be know? She'smy
charm. Indifferently the jeweler Into congress.; may "Well, oughtn't; I to
I II SeabreezeOffices The nation beach to enhance is the famous its every automobilerace E.A.BRANCHRul I from: some scribbling. "No. sir; only I II I II doubted whether' anything superior orations to missus"! '-Sporting Times. outlook kant beach the and magnl-the JAS.J CARNEIL avenue ressi'Ve, pro wi
as
course where every world'sstraightaway Estate Agent I salt. them. consider simply I t ro.id Atlantic
: Evanavllle, record has been made, Beach Cotta es I Ian. salt". \ can be found in the literature of the I'm sort' of stuck: on "recherche." Decides the broc, ORMOND, FLIannracttln'p \, foulelect
Indiana, and and all these records it continues to a SpecialtySELDEN'S I "Yes. Possibly I could get you a little world They would have delighted It is a noble word and sreit.: +mouth beach there } of avenue.
Renbreeze, Florida doesn't Champ Clark In Cen- You must pronounce it "ressurshay"And drives for Pure Home-Made A. Vand
hold without rivalry I -the kind that get Cicero himself.- are many
The beach has a width of 300 to to try. Hut I don't know." sth'kY-1 II tury. push down on the Houston ultimate.Post. carriages and automobiles fillAYA JELLY frnlsahmg t
from two
be used I around Or-
feet and can
500
before 1 The simple gentleman: was I Andx'ewsMrs.: r
LZ. BURDICKCOSTRACTOR hours after until two hours of I REACH 'angry; :1tIrontl't1.ly the novelty butI; Flogged For Bathing. And I admire "decollete" monddriveatoandthrough MARMALADES AND H.
tide, thus giving an average DAYTONA I When thenef'k Is fair and plump groves: of TROPICAL
high at GrantChester I
of thespecial the Cam.
two I island in
took it and an ounce or On nn "dakalotay"And ,
for automobiling he PRESERVES Ga., argil
say
hours Shoes, You must of course golden oranges;
eight
and BUILDER seven or Dry Goods him. The Jeweler I I, mill poml known as "P yron's .." ,
with Is
a
salt home thump.
.ta
OottagesaHpeclalty some part of each day. Men's Correct give the a I drive: :*throuh; trop- Special Attention to visit toSpringer. tl
Beach each '! anoth'raakt'r\ and more I pool"! because It was here that Scranton Tribune-Republican Family OrdersICMVT
ordered I forests to rtpsin-
furnished: and Daytona lf tl
E! 1 AU Work Cluurnnt have a permanent population of ap from II samples: of salt. Uy and by the ;gentleman ' the poet as an undergraduate enjoyedhis And I like "Unserie" quite well. I lh ruins; drives to Pan-American AWAKM J.AT:*- Ray Sell
HMl.Seabreeze. proximately 1500. Sanitary ordinances The Hailde Inn had UNfd. all his" salt and wanted favorite recreation Even in his It Is quite fine to see i th,' ancient Causeway .itionBu.faioRWt
.Florida are s'rrct'y enforced, streets I more of the same kind. The bu-iness i- day l.d ward Conjbeare tells us In But to pronounce It passing well I built by slavesof : -India Charleston. Kxpoisltlon yda andturning S
well kept and worth i In Cam Don't "linger" on the "1'I" planters of ton ho
and sidewalks arc of that company today is "Ilt hwa .s and flyways: I Louisiana Purchnw!
:
streets are bin; opened as fastas : and. somewhat .. -Coston Herald. i iI :140. and drives tot s po..ltlOD.l'tLotlulOUNDfiRfiVL Mr andEdgewood
new YA1EYORD in Spain every jear. brhl e" bathing was a practice
GRANT A. many figures I .
V. C. demands 1, plantations of
the in.rc.l..iL:; population: "COMtimbre"now I the academic au ,
than that as it is" : frowned on by eh?
more automobile i ,
and boardinghouses 'nntrnt.tnr for Hull! Drl\"lnm; hi -pita ble settler*
hotels ,
PLUMBER Besides ort ofshaker or so earlier any locate
particular A
that thorities. century are
MASON WORK to use Young In..n.'h"l1 I started In life I I whose placlllrt! > repete -
3 Water, steam uutl there i." ample cottage acco- 01 All Ki.uHConereti and brand of salt there I is virtually student found guilty of it was public walk. : : with the Inter- X I Wtllson h

(,as KittingPhone niodaUou for all 'winter visitors in 1\ ('urhl'l i :;* no Clt11llt'titilm.-\rthur :Stanleyliggsin : flogged:; in the !hall of his college and had TIle to YoUtH Chap, You were smarter : ,,.t of Southern Miss L.

1&)-21LI. both toa". \ t'lld'wuk,;, ," ;. Century. was again: flogged on the morrow in than must t'ir."bt'n I first started :; fruits and dowers ORANGESand and O T
.1(I. \YTOXA KKAOII : All tu at'.aj'.jcacss of Seabreeze: 1YTII.A HK:.VII I the university schools by the! proctors. couKla't walk.-New York: Jour I Oiiof the raosttnterestlnt T. Ha.rmoB
1'LuRIU 1 1 the two from life I -of these
Beach
ape 1IS to J'ryto'ia A second offense meant expulsion I ;
: KING.
situated. INSULTED THE I nal. plantations H at the recent arr
towns: 1 '-1111o similarly : the university. Grapefruit-
Ii.-ulwit.TS of the Mr anddaughter
The do\cl\ .iat oi Daytona Beach: FITZGERALDOATES
PINEHURSTIVnintiilii ; Joke a Printer Turned on Louis I There are two sides to an argument U.iIlKi and known Best GrownOrove ,
has been t..liy *? phcuominal as its & The Novelty For New Yorkers. .Ala, alack .. It
,
DrlvoDaytona sister on t'i: Jrt!;, and each year Philippe and M. Thiers. "That sunrise effect !* all wrong: !" Some folks also would like to presentA : Is+on-Moundgrove.of the tlnest tine on Autu-noblk Ht.AURUS- chit. lid

Beach there i'< a :uli.inual growth. The One moriilns;. during the reign of I said the! stage' ; manager of a Now York front-St.and Paul hack.Pioneer Press. orange grove on the Road lt"Miles Mo rn 'on\enlen- sand dines have been leveled I Ix>uis riulill'O' there appeared in theCousiitutiunuel of Florida North of B M I
great : : LAWYERS I Uluio'al bow I K::i>twist: HOTELOKMOND:
. startliii-
.
KiltI'iHHon.ilile.- following
f. & homes have been the difference?" replied the and U amid very leLand, w
and h.i *opic "What'* the I The \rtl.t-I, saw you :gazing at my "
s. Mrs.V.. M. Freeman1'ioprletor built tor belli: winter and all-year- Daytona, ha paragraph{ : ni-ehed M. I scene painter. obody who goes to 1 painting entitled "IJel: ecea at the II pretty surroundings! Heed, Knox rn .. gee the pi
round occupancy "His majesty. the king Tuilerieami a musical comedy in New York knows: "'l'lI" for over twenty minutes. Were I Moundgrove: Is on Beed Compass. fruit crop
t at the tu-- DaytonikHalntAuguitlae :
Thiers yesterday:
charged him with the formation! of anew what a sunrise looks like'a..hln \, lOU admiring the beauty of the subject I! rood. BULOW Pottofflce | :N: N U

*t*** 4a binet. The dUtitmuNlietl statesman ton Star. i ? I _ siege of Ill
,r ha-.tene to reply to the king;. : t I I.eurne I'rnft'S"or-I-h! No. my On Tuesd
: at ;: ' rejrret.birh. Is Atlantic Liners. I j friend. I was just thinking;. what an Finely executed the postof:
one ;
i.A..A I 1 have only
N I J b P t that 1 cannot wring jour neck like aturkey's. I It takes 7.t M,"> tons of coal to bring! Insanitary age these people! must", havellel I Job Printing at his! attack
; liners the cru-ked jar
j .' one of the modern across: I In to drink from a I this office. Mr andTuesday

tI } e :few lines lower down. there was Atlantic<' Mn. and a moss grown wt'JI.-l'eanou's. I o

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Attractive terms will be made Q o "' I Lot 1 200x346, $1,100. pug to t'perk a11e3Ocean !

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; to anyone buying to build on trQ z Lots 3 and 4, 79x346 each, would b t>

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any of these lots. > I $750 for both or $400 each. Misstile

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These prices will be main- IT.I--- I.J. I.I I ---- -' \I I Lots 7, 8, 9 10, 11 each ai evening their,


tained for thirty days, but we Q z J. 79x346, $300 each. tT MISS tbitted( {){>


reserve the right to raise them o I-> I I I I II I I IQ Lot 12, 100x346, $350. taj the tHUS t'vt'l]


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avenue, leaving at nine o'clock: on 'realized' that she was lost and *mi ........... .. ....,.......
I
.... I their: return home. They left Sanfordat i LOST IN- i mediately a story told ,to her the i. :: ;

ALIF.hY Doings 3:00 o'clock. As our roads; improve i j preceding day by :Mr. Munroe of a t WE SELLjPROPERTY; ,

we grow more neighborly. I IIrs. I I bear having been killed sometime
at Daytona ,
) Ablas returned Saturday night 1 before in that locality f.ashed into

cop In with fleaRMOND L Beach from a week'sislt with friends at ORANGE ':ier mind and she frantically: renewed [

Indianola.Mrs. :; her efforts to find the spot here

: Cora Powell had a plessao.t she had left her painting matenas.

A a DAYTOXA BEACH, Jan. 20.-On eurprtee; this week by a call from | or some way to escape from the .

Tuesday evening Mr. and Afra.A S. friends, Mrs. Hanna and Mrs. Groth- GROVE. grove. Finally, when she was al-:

r' Harroira very pleasantly entertaineda ers, of 111., the former of whom had 1 most exhausted some wood. -cut.:ers Z If there is any property in Daytona that !

been with her in her travels! through heard her criEs and came ,toher want We in
party of about 50 friends, princi- : you see us. are a Ze
..J; I
use orient.: The visitors are guestsat : rescue, when' it was found she was
the guests of !Itheir house and
lit th' old aplly
log did i position to aid. !
.)t KO out in the a cottage, in honor of their daghter the Seaside: Inn. mm BARONESSS I HAS close to the place she sought and you.
l.irrlcniif. ou'll rind Mrs. Persing and s'ster: Mrs. Comstock had probably been traveling in a :
If th 'rt.Thd. Mrs. Paulzein of Chicago and :\Ir.sr .
| hug vise.Ih.re r Barstow of Palatka. A program ofreading :: of Clyde Ohio, are occupyingaparunents I circle among the orange trees: which I
ADVENTURE IN DAYTONA.
'
no such
winter comtirtttttle and music was rendered l, and ; at 'tl e Hibbard home. were nct in regular: order, but stoodas I EDMONDSON & DONNELLY i -

. Jon limp* grounds the Whores tis lie of delicious ice cream and cake were Mrs. Will Lee, who was run down nature had planned them itf beinga ; I. ,
HitIIlax.HlHHKRMAN.. by an automobile a couple of weeks LOSES HERSELF IN AN ORANGE ,: natural wild budded
l 1. r; served. grove, as it ..................................................:
"NE: : tr. Mrs. Margaret. Mallory )last week : ago, is still quite lame, but managedto grew.
.
GROVE WHERE SHE WAS ENGAGED
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sold to W. Walker of Freertandville: walk: down to the dock Tuesdayto Baroness: von Preuschen is a talented -
I' try her luck wi:h the fish.. I } woman with wide ue0.........e.00ef..... .e..a.ste.e.eoeltet.tete.ete
a experienceas
ALh ONWRITK Ind.. a lot on Palmetto avenue, opposite IN PAINTING FROM NA .1 .
R Beazell's The I ]ILss. Ruth Coats will go over to I a traveler, yet she makes the as-
TO Mrs. property Do
:
I want t to
: buy
contract forthe construction! of a Sanford Friday on a visit wi Si :MissFox TURE. I ertion that the woodlands to be : The HAND : r you or :

MACON and other friends. I found around Daytona excel in rent t property in
beaut
cottage has been let to Dana Fuquayand The Baroness von Preus hen, artist : : :
tie brick piers are already up, the celebrated forests of Java. She : '

IIIORNIONORMOND laid by A. VandeVord. The cottage MOTHER I [ BROWN IN DAYTONA; of Berlin and, Germany newspaper, Crrespondent'l' was particularly struck with the I .. PROPERTYe ! Daytona? :e:

is to be a one-story building of beauty of this locality and regretted .
experience while in this : ::: We have the cheapest :
she said, a week St. : SILVER BEACH ;
four rooms. spent at .
and though the and the best.
IN ANY WAY Ttoe town count;1 at its last meowing SOLICITS AID FOR SCHOOL. Augustine, which: she could have .
: hemispheres -
extensively throughout both
,INTERESTEDPItOPERTY IN discussed the costj of electric and visited many foreign: used to better advantage here. ::: Extending from : I j:: $7,500 buys one of the best resi- ::

ORMONI OR lighting Seabreeze avenue, and a HEAD OF FLORIDA RESCUE HOM( lands, meeting with several narrow I On her esate near Lenin uhe bar E River to Ocean : I : dence on Ridgewood Ave. Completely :

['RMONDBEAOHWill committee was appointed to confer escapes from death yet the' incident]I oness has an art studio M which her .. ,: : furnished and located on :
e Give Your the electric and re- I paintings from various coififriee are lot. Call .
with company AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR here related sterns to have unnerved corner on
|Husln*fc* Prompt FOR SALE OR RENT : .
Attention ,ort at the next meeting. It was her more than other more arranged in separate group form- o
the town talk that he council had COLORED YOUTH WORKING IN serious happenings- ing a pleasing and interesting: >study.> M. L.
1 Waggoner :
been stirred to action by the progressive :
THIS CITY. Baroness von Preusehtn came to BINGHAM & THOMPSON : i iI. s :
Dresden China.It I
property owners on PahneUqavenue : Florida from Chicago and while there I : Office People's State Baak.a :
AS. CARNfLL who have already i.nstaJled Annie E. Brown the evangelist] is to Frederick Bottger. a nativeof .
was a guest of The Seaside Inn at I.tIe..I................... : .
I Sa o1JJ-lIiS"liH:: )-that we owe the : .i................ ... .
IORMOND, FLA. four electric street; lights on their! known as "Mother Brown Is in Daytona Beach but during that time
secret of making china i>r porcelain.
l Manufacturer of avenue. Daytona soliciting aid to pay a mortgage she was frequently enueitamed by
It was In lilt\ that a iuiky accident
rt
ire Hcm -Mad.e A. VandeVord has a force of men of $tOO on the' home and schoolfor
Mrs. George H. Munroe of this city,
revealed to Bottger tie true nature of
IUAVA JELLY finishing the cement work on the negro girls, which is due February to whom she had been dirtvttd by the required pas-le. Having noticed l

RMALADES AND Andrews residence on the beach 1. an artist friend of Mr ;. Munroe's in the unusual weir; of some! hair i ow oimsiALTrTITLE
TROPICAL Mrs. II. H. Ezel1, of Shady Dale, The home represented by Mother Chicago. der. he inquired what it was made of IC

PRESERVES Ga., arrived Saturday night1 on a Brown is three mi'es from Jup .er, The baroness found some very attractive I and found that it W.tS:1 finely powdered f

Special Fitfully Attention Ordersr.uXMr to visit to her sister, Mr*. I. H. Fla., and 16 miles from Palm Beach. scenery in the .Munroe & clay from Aue. He forthwith procured i _

.. AWABD ....... Springer on Peninsula dme. The aim of the school is !ito reform '! Stevens groves and made several excursions some of the clay\ made vesselsof __
INC.
JanAm po.itlon-Budn"-rlonn KI t o\- , Ray Seldon as in De Land Fri- and teach the young colored girls,, to the groves to paint from it nnd. to his infinite delight. learned AND INSURANCE CO.

|.. -.India Charleston KXIK Utlon yda and Saturday of last; week, returning who] are leading reckless ,lives, to I nature those beauty spots tfliat,: appealed that be had: at last found the very 1'I,
material he wanted. In n word, he
home Saturday. afternoon.Mr. become criminals and :
AuhlanPun'I1I1'i" work and not to ''her most s'troagly.
:x po,1 t 1 o n.l H t.Lu u l s Guard of had made the discovery of i orcelain. CONRAD BLOCK 'PHONE 128 i
and Mrs. George charges upon the state. The work Ls! i, On one occasion she desired to

Edgewood, N". J., are recent arrivals recommended by the white: people of1! complete a panelhich included a I The Word "Despatch."

are located in apartments! at the Jupiter. i iItj I grape fruit and: tangerine, with their It was Dr. Johnson. who was. largely

MOUNDGROVEORANGES 1 WiTlson home. ; is stated that it the money is not yel.ow' and red coloring! a group of responsible: for the bad *-j-eHin;: of the We beg to offer the followingfrom

Miss L. Mae flyers, of Chicago, raised by February 1 the mortgage I graceful palms filling in the vista word ".dl..patf"ll.lthouph the mistake

[ and O. T. Atchinr-on and fneadV: will be foreclosed and Mother BlOwn i Ir. .Munroe had been caked: from' never occurred: in his letters and our list of

and T. Harmon of Lovington. IlL are :s anxiouo to raise: the amount! belore .he city, but the baroness, nothing j j j, for 2J.!:-. years the word has; been writ,

irapefruit- I recent arrivals at the Pinehur that .time. Person; ruing: to : daunted was driven to the grove1! ten turrettly. it apj-eared; in his dictionary property: :

Mr. and Mrs. O. herder and donate to this work may send their'' HUM 'her iaiit: : 'ng matcrta s and a : a*. "dtsl: ateh." Vntil J IS}* .

Best Grown daughter, Mi-s Gret'e hen. of CrO\\n I v oatrlbutions to \V. Tylaader, Ut! (luncheon, the driver beihar directed'.o however th.' wrong spelling; did not
I;rove on Rt. Augustine Point, Ind. who am'ved Saturday, Coast Lumber Fort Pierce, become gem-nil Then people began
company 124
I Auto'iinbtk>> : return for her in the aiternoon. I No. $4.800 will buy furnished
Uxid 10 Miles! uave rooms in the Smith }Week.! i Ha. to Annie E. Brown < to look ujMin Johnson's work as a
or po -j j At noon t:>he ate the lunch provided'and house on Volusia avenue, four bed-
North: OlL"lO ofIo'nL DFinely E. H. MoU returned Tuesday from I office box: 420, Daytoaa.) who WI:?: then strolled off among the i standard one and British government room and bath five rooms on first 'b
JeLand where Le had gone to oversee departments and various newspaper! :
acknowledge donations !
of any floor.
decided to
orange trees.Vhen Mhe ,]
;d, Knox an' the packing and of his changed the proper "dispatch"' to "des
zd Co m par.-. fruit crop.N. shipping I amount. return to her painting! ; however, site t: patch:' No. 10?-$1,300, five room furnished -

JULOW Postofflc N. Bailey, who hat> had a long house! one acre of land. Holly Hill,

siege of illness, is slowly: recovering., Rules and Board. fruit treea.
I Regulations< of the Daytona Water
executed On Tuesday morning "he walked to : No. 119-7, acres land, SCO orange,

the postoffice for ttieirst time since: ; peach and persimmon trees 6 room
at his attack. I. The following Rules and Regula- j charge being made for unmetered water dwelling, $2,000.No. .

tions shall be considered a part of the j used for extinguishing fires. Whenever
b this office. Mr. and Mrs. G. Y. For! arrived j 103-$30CO, five acre bearing
Tuesday night from Frankfort. Ind.. contract with every applicant for water: the seals on the outlets have been brokenit grove South Ridgewood.

and wibl spend the remainder of the II. Applications for water must be is required that the landlord or the

season at the Sbrother home on made to Superintendent on blank consumer notify the Superintendent.who No. 105-$7.500, new house on

Seabreeze avenue, where they Tu.ve forms furnished for the purpose and will have the seals removed at a Ridgewood! avenue. '

housekeeping apartmnts. must be signed by the owner of the prop- cost of tventfi cents each. No. 10&-$1,200. two large, deep I

Mr. and Mrs.. F. T. Cornell' of erty or his agent.III. XII. Consumers must keep all pipes lots on South Ridgewood.No. .

New Haven. ., Conn., and Mr. and I The tap will be made and the service and fixtures on the premises in good or-

Mrs. S. B. Kurtz, of Brooklyn, N.Y. completed to the curb when the ap der to prevent leakage. They must not 120-4 acres land, 100 orange

., are among tti- recent arrivals ait plication has been made, accompaniedby supply water for use on other premises.XIII. $1,000.trees truck land, 5 room cottage, f fa'

the White House. the tapping fee. Tapping fees are as Any person duly authorized by

Two Mormon elders from Utah follows; the Board may enter the premises of No. 107-$2,200, five room cottage a' '
.1 I
were here for couple of days this Fora three-fourths-inch ser\ice.S5.00. water consumers at any reasonabletime Daytonn and Cypress streets, largelot. i

week srpeading their literature.Mr. I For a one-inch service $10.00. to examine :the pipes and fixtures. 1 '

YEF' and Mr>. Geo. A. Parker arrived For larger services the Board will be XINo one except the Chief of the No. 103-$1,500, small bungalow 1

from BJomCidd. IlL, and ,are, consulted. Fire Department or his assistants in the West Magnolia, lot 50x150, almost ,

spending a few days with Dr. and1 1\.1.The water will be turned on when discharge of their duties shall open or new. 3E t

Mrs. Young on Grandxiew< avenue the work has been completed and there interfere with fire h\drants. or with I Iy
in No. 110-$2000, truck farm, 7'2acres '
before takingthdr apartments have (been paid the tapping fee and a \al\esor connections of the street mainsor
cleared, :2 acres tiled, house '
the Smith' block. I meter deposit of S5.00. The meter deposit with anv: curb cocks or \ah es. unless 1r
Tuesday afternoon and b3l"n.No .
Heft
Ilev. Dr. Bowen I will be refunded on demand after permission has been obtained from the I
at St.
to attend conference deducting any unpaid bills. Water will Board or the Superintendent.XV. ir-$9003, one cf the test ,

Petersburg.Mr. I be turned off when this refund is made Plumbers, owners and all others # homes on RicJgewood, furnished large ::
lrbY.. I... Miller, of .
and ) and the of the Water lot, .
meter may he removed. When except those in the employ garage.No.

Marietta, O., regular: week winter and have vis.- the water is again)! desired the deposit Board are forbidden to remo\c.) changeor .! 122-New house, cerfal location ;; I l

tors, armed th a: must be renewed.V. interfere ith any water meter for dl '
with Mr. and Mrs. Compror t. beautifully furnished, large lot n
rooms The minimum annual charges for any purpose.
L. Turner a 1 long residence modern in every way garage, $11,0:0.
W.
to maintaining services are as follows: XVI. row closingaUe must be
tourist, headed a subscriKlon/ No. 116-S2.0CO will buy a nice
here and For a three-fourth-inch service. $5.00.) placed in every service between the
raise fnds for puAIns eats home! five rooms and bath; hot at t
and For a one-inch seT\'ice.57.50. meter and the premises supplied; and
there along Seabreeze avenue and coid water; electric lights; corner 4 i I i
This w' an For larger services the Board will be where water is to supply a boiler or other '
at the ocean approach. lot.
J occasion for the public spirited o* consulted.: receptacle under pressure a suitable I

forward and assiA( insupplying These charges are to cover the cost of check Babe must be used to prevent No. 123-A bargain at $3,600 Pal-
zens to step : fiHouses
a Iorng-felt want by the maintaining services and are distinct backf low.! metto avenue 3 bedrooms, bath, com

home community, a*; well as the \"i'S. from water charges which are reckoned XVII. Whenever any' stoppage or irregularity pletely furnished good condition. .d f '

Once the good work go:':* going solely on the basis of water consump- of any water meter shall be exactly alike in sa>re raN 1 I
:itors.: : :
the infection will spreadto discovered by the consumeror the ownerof valued at 6500. 1i1
perhaps tion.VI.
Valley street. The distance: from Two or more buildings owned by- the property supplied it shall he their A. 25 acres near aity limits; 15 p,

Ocean boulevard to the ferry: dock one party may be supplied through one duty to notify the Superintendent at once. acres fenced and in cultivation; ; 6- I{

ac h, would be considerably shortened bya tap and one meter bx' the payment of In such cases the meter will be repairtd: 1 room house and barns $2,000. -.: 1

rest-awhile spelts. $3.00 as the minimum annual mainten- or replaced and the next water bill will 'i
few B. Lot on Ridgewood in Holly 1
Miss Julia Kingston entertained ance charge for each additional building be adjusted according! to the best obtainable .
$500.C.
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the Tofipny club and other friendsat having a three-fourth-inch service. evidence. I I i

each their regular meeting Tuesday Where two or more buildings or (flats XVIII. The Board reserves the rightto 15-acre hammock grove; trees I ii' I'
were played. I whereit seven years old and in full bearing; : I Ii
shut off theater
evening. Unique games are !supplied through one tap they maybe temporarily
Miss DeCamp and Mrs.I Dobbin contribuited separately metered by the paymentof becomes necessary to make extensions i j'U near railroad west of Kingston $3.00Q. ::4 ; i I

largely to the ,enjoyment of $4.00 as the minimum annual maintenance alterations or repairs.XIX. D. PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL .:- I i t' I

the evening, by vocal and instrumental charge for each additional It shall be the duty of the Super- : FOR SALE: CENTRALLY LO- 11, I ,

music. Delicious refreshment metered flat or building)! having a three- intendent to cause notice to be given! to I CATED; WELL FURNISEHD; CAN ; I :

were sened. SOUKX:=;> young ladies fourth-inch service. I I11. consumers within an) district to be shutoff I SHOW PROFIT OF OVER $2,5CQ F ': 1 !I'

were present the guest of honor being \' Meters shall be owned by the at least one-half hour previous: to I LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH ;

Miss Florence Favre. of Peoria, City [rand shall be used on all services I I shutting off. except in case of accident : ;: TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS.- M L: JI

111., a cousin of the hostess. unless otherwise provided.VIII. : in which case the water will be shut off I $13,000 ON EASY TERMS. t i ,:, II I
Seaside i \ I
the s.s at the six without notice. '
Among gUt Meters will be read every I
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: E. Small cottage: on corner lot on I i ,
Inn, who have been coming year months. Bills will be rendered :November : :XX. It is expresslv.: I stipulated bx' and h I
New Ridgewood; lot 100)(.150; fruit trees..
of
after year, William Horn 1st and May 1st. The Board reserves -,. between the Board of Public Works and 'I iii;: 'it.. 14 .
of La" well, $E00 on easy terms.
Lork and :Mils Ella Shank, and water that claim shall be i '
the right to read meters render purchasers no : J.I.'
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i'nglkh... are nctd.H. who bills oftener w hen deemed adv: 'i-able. made against I the Cit or the Board on t*. jij .i !
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Jacksonville; :
A. Hodges of 1The: I price of water;: is ten cents ;account: of f the bursting or> breaking: of i river front i
attractive j
ElY the Magnolia hotel. Tut day 15 \ have some very property : i
was at _
per thousand gallons. any main or service pipe. or on accountof '
and Wedntsday, made a shor: visit 5 Port Orange that can be sold on reasonable terms i :1 i I
:X.A. fee of $1.00! i. charged for turning the accidental failure of the supplx.Xl. in 1 'II'
with friends on the bath, ::- N: I I a!
and dauuh'er. :Mrs. cm water or f for installing a meter : : In case of the violation ol ant of -M and at low prices. ..;., : \ i !

Mrs. Godfrey except in the case of meter repairs or the foregoing: Rules and Regulations f or "c.' \, n..:, II 'I
Foie-e! : Smiwh and .hid.! of Pououa.have : a' W I
when putting in ;i service. for the non-pax ment of bills within fifteen -r \ I

lluckexe rtnted cotURe and tin are Ovtaa occupying:61.\t..lUt'the. :\I. The City will lap the main fur afire days after becoming due the water will *cfci We' have a general insurance agency -and w:;; !t'' ,f 1; ; t: i I!

the curb be cut off without notice and will not be
: line and extend the line to 1 e '
Mr. aud :\Irs. l>-a Turner a.ilMr. r J
reasonable turned until all and penalties insure against almost everything except II! I l
and Mrs. Pox motored o*'.'r f.oti: : :s.u.: at cost. which shall: include on arrearages ; can ; ,
remuneration for ;all: superintendence are paid and wrongs righted. J Ji
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ford Sunday: rnooT!' 5: frost and taxes.
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and labor. Fire lines shall not over reserves:
o'clock dinner: a: flay:>-:: 't. : : : g' I' 1i 1ii i
T I H I four inches in diameter. All outlets alter or amend any of the foregoing I I Il111111l11l1lf
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ai Phonograph:: .. Hi-win, }Iu'hln"i.- n CAPSand
. We are overstocked on HUNT'S . T.wrltt'r.| rrorki-r\ l.wure.'. .
ind Cutlery. Flohinst Tackle. Toys and -
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For the largest stock of Embroideries and the best i FRUITS ranging {from 1 to 5 Ibs. : : SHOES I i Sea
iu tins and glass jars. We are BARNES I"
: values at the lowest prices go to The Big Store. : : going to sell these goods on SATURDAY U: _.. Will ult Ira o- ;your I'Ktur.Mr\ : e-
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shipment Bands :
Flouncings, cent above cost. yuur"tv'anduth.rTrdandr.yrnrliuu.tnmtlung; | 1
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: Beadings, etc., just received. : fad.or/ all\ want rail on .
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f "\ Trip f> Africa." the musical! :4
The Four Pickerts tl -k.''' to tli. Crystal Theatre: for J-UD I
success, in which the original "Black ;fluidity nltUit ""nit MU.. .H.-leu M. l>arldoiiitt fore' been c<
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l and Excellent Company of Sixteen I II I John Larkins. together with: the 122 South Beach StreetPROTECT eor! *''( a(Ueernjii

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T O N I G H T I 1 Open Daily at 2:30: ever been pifsmuxl by a colored def.in.u: uei-ll;
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: interior! African jungle with alii /J : A .-onstitJbein

.; "What a Woman Will Do" I; : EWEYERY IloiruS. 01 its details. Nothing has been'| .: .' .-.'.-.; ,, .UUtl
iei'; undone to make thi* most n-al- ,,,, ;:'" Lt', I na't>
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II. Moseley (1I"fllrt.IJI.( ; of The 'LOST NECKLACE FOUND I and is'er)' evenly balanced withuntsical ,- .. -" AebSrond
: (rahl!, ': on Volusia avenue liasl
r MONDAY NIGHT-Secon d Lyceum Number numbers comical situations .1 YOUR EYESand V
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' I( and the funny comedians keep things v__- 0114'1'0'1.
-, Sidney W. Landon Character Artist. ; Thousand Island Park, X. 1'., ar.dtII i ij IN A PECULIAR MANNER.I oing for the full two and one-half' thus avoid serious eye trouble. Treasoirert -

irt 4 j conduct it during: the summer. aotirs. A number of new facet' will I While out in automobile I set oJ "'e
ix your wear
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SCHOOL CHILD
Krnest Tyler Jacksonville :Metropolis SEES BRIGHT this season. The chorus is well your eyes from the wind and dust men ilubbal\

---1: r- |': I repre.sentathe w the guest of OBJECT DROPPED BY FLYINQ picked and can sing and dance. They 1 also the bright glare from the shell Gifford Pint
The Elmaon Xorth Beach street- i will appear at the: New Daytona I! ltuolUliOldaring
roads.
I have a full line of goggles
Your Day of Opportunity 1 :Mr. Tyler arrive! from .Miami yes- J BIRD-PROVES TO BE A GOLD' Theater Thursday, Jan. :'G. for one from 50c. that
1 tenlay and will be in the city for 1, night only. up. been thwarspecial

1" May not be very far away. It is a good plan to prepare for the "- 'eral day* or a week in the in- I NECKLACE. Dr. Neville H. Clark
futureNOW Start a Savings Account with us-add small sums teresf" of his paper. A gold neck chain with cameo:i j The Great Art of Dying. ed platform

steadily. When an opportunity comes, you will be ready. Your I pendent! advertised as lost in yeisterday's j|I To die wit bout! rebellion and without OptometristLook I ", Tintexgu
Captains Tyler and Spencer, government weakness I Is the masterpiece: of .
4 cent interest in the meantime. a man.A an aggress.leagues
f. savings earn
per for the Sign of the EYE.
I Daily News returned
was
I You can start an account in a small way. I : inspectors were in the city (! mountain guide whose name the wtlll.terature < |
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I from Jacksonville: yesterday to make I)Ito the owner through a most peculiar London Mail dues not mention in narrating -- - ai|

an inspection of McCoy Hrothers I incident the story of his heroism, with nishedivrmanenj

PEOPLE'S STATE BANKDAYTONA i new passenger hoat. the 1'0. S. A., I Yesterday two' others, was !leading a party over
as Gladys Shipes the
one of the
most dangerous of
which ; passes
they found rOPENED
; up to the: it'QuirE'i maintainedby
FLORIDA. se\ien year old daughter ofIrs.. the higher .\II' .
i nii-u.-: i in all particular: *.
nine sej
The Linen as is usual tied
were together
Mary Shipes who resides on the De-
1'ivfct.lnt.H.. I'. I.K:I.1 NI O. <1's: ,lu.. ". M. K.r.MtTKK.: : I Ii by a long rC1p As they scaleda thirteen c,l lJ
\'h'I'-I.I'I'"I"llt, +.O. II. HKAMAN. M. t..1 .\ e'.ONFIt.: .: i *\\'.\:'\TI-n Experienced baker. Land road, was passing l beneath a wall of Ice they slipjKHl' on the edge; t ----: J:>roni>nenf i.j

i !a"s' Cafe. smwMcCoy large oak tree on South Palmetto of a frightful; chasm. The guide wasat

near Orange avenue:, she: saw a the end of the rope.
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i : Brothers' new butt the V. bright object slip from the: claws of Without his weight; there was a Now Locatedin
*. A., in chance for the others to regain their
command of Capt.'m.. I n.1(I
a blackbird which was flying into' footing: with it his experienced eye I DAM1FLAMES
LCAlliiwa McCoy. left the ITitice Ceorge: dock: I
i the tts.'e. Running to the sjM.t told him there wus none. With Our
promptly at s o'clock this morning, I!
;' Gladys found the gold chain heretofore !stant! courage he drew his knife in-I
beginning her regular run to palm j i mentioned. his 1 belt and said quietly to the New Place
Beach I S|
Capt. Ben J. :.McCoy' remains next him:
A woman who was passing: and
here to prepare the Republic for theseason's "Tell mother how it happened Ed- I
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offered: the little .
schedule.Mrs. I mond.
girl a dollar for the necklace and. I
lIe cut the rope and fell, never to be TRICTSAMD
childlike, NIle parted with it. !but Fancy CeleryPhiladelphia
Frank A. Johnson returned I seen again.
upon relating the incident to herteacher EV!
1 F yesterday from a wC'.k's'isLt at St.Augustine. little bodice,, Roasting
tike is a first grade pupil Has lost her *U*> >
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11r. and Mrs. John/cji. Chickens .1 \1 hoSt)
in the public school, that lady sought What ails hers a serious question.She .
Rev. .1..1. Wilder [it* again! able to *!Jieu.ember we keep everything i in who have been since their arrival thinks It Is love wh.> n 'tb"t'.
out the: er>twht:> posse.sni.r of the
be out. after aa illness of severalMeeks !ladies'; and gents wearing apjurel 1 witf 31 r. .IcJiiison's/ sister. Mrs. 11 -;. 'chain and the aniftifoh thereof. Cape Cod Cranberries tin.eo i I ippin
and, through the advertisement Whereas .
: It It ln duration.' at the Bee Mice North Beach St. :STtI:, 1 Coleman.. on North Beach: stref"t.will in the Daily News it was rt''otor..cl -Judge.; Spring Ducks Sitar nr Vi
spend the balance! of the 1 dadh'n.: .
-- se'ct'I j : to Us rightful I
1 LOST Japanese gold tapestry !son at the Magnolia hoUJ.Yesterday I owner.Many : "I hare a chance to buysa lot ot Fancy Fruits Vegetables the 'O IJ
and
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Mrs. Royall Houghton and daughter birds,
particularly
belt. Reward if returned to1.:: the crow masquerade!' c ftuiiiesheai; (>." fun, ,I1 a hi
MiMarguerite. left yesterdayafternoon I raven and blackbird, seem to be at- IHit
North Beach street. 44-lt) we can't sell' nnisqix-rndc costumes join :
for Xew Yftrk. where they was the sixty-first wto.d-I tracW-d I by bright colored objects and for "''tl'f"t'tnear.."
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were called by the illness of a friend 1 dins anniversary of Mr. and :Mrs. this bird had evidently found the pall "
Uobt. Green and wife, of London, Oh. yes. we can. Many p> ql.coil, | ,
ot Mrs. Houcihton. 11 r. Houghtondid ( } Austin E. French, of Brookline. ;!lost. chaui have (olio u
Canada and H J. us.haor ; upon Hie street: or side quiet tastes. -Washington ll'-l-
ton, Ohio', are at The Parkinson.I' naY-I not accompany them north but :N. Y., wjio are again spending: I walk and was carrying it/ into th- ald. DAYTONA lard )aIada.
remains at The Sables, whenthey the season at The Morgan. A very oak tree for closer inspection.CELEBRATED I I u.r $ '

I' Sunday January: T2. $L Mary's i have been spending the season ausual. s pleasant celebration of their sixtieth I .9999999999999999999- ...... I COLD STORAGE CO. and p >
-1 :rnnivtTnry wad held at that house C<>.. i
EpiKCOp-il t'Jjnih, services and sermon I
11 a. in.; Sunday sohool at last wntt'l' 3ir. am!' Mrs. French i HIS NINETIETH R. D. JOHNSON. Mir,

5:45:; a. in.; musk- by vested choir. *$2,>uo buys :o acres b'.'*>t hammock have beenoinins to Daytona for !j' BIRTHDAY ON WEDNESDAY 1 ISATURDA\YI U R D !I : ....oil THREE Bt
land neat Port Orange. House many seasons and of late years have< :Norton bred of Bowling Green.; I

*FOR m'XTX.::::: Ridgewood, barn :-in4it flow' well 14 acres are been regular guests at The :\101'4n.; Ohio, a regular winter guest' of the ,\LHtnTJ. :
The Bennett. J I hath, : i JANUARY 21st i Jennso
opp. rooms gar cleared 1 1-:. miles from depot; good --:-- j I Troy House, celebrated his mnet.etli
age. $:::.1). II, Y. 8TH.I.I.Itf: :: automobile road. R. II. McDonald' *FOIt SAII--o:: passenger auto, birthday anniversary at that house I I'I burned totnpyt .

Daytona: Fla. 41-tft bus, $1C*'0, box :316: Daytona. Right ;: Wednesday. Mrs. Troy supplied' a fair:
Mesdamct; J. H. Pierson and :M. B. party can clear: $l)0' with it this j I big cake in 'honor of the occaKion I We will sell for Cash I : Ask The. CUI .-

Aultman were Jacksonville visitors' J. D. C. :Morris, of' the Grube-- season. safi-wed. '!land the guests of the house united on above date I: Cst:! apel
from Thursday morning until yesterday ; in making the event a pleasant one

evening.H. :Morr; Hardware company, while in Anthony HrO$: store at Titusvillei,! fur11": Heed. His pale at the 1 gal Imported Salad .1 To-nt>!

Jacksonville Thursday purchased a was broken into and robbed last Sun I j table was brightened with flowers' Oil i I I.lil| I;', I i iJ I a bu.s'lie.s.s I
G. Fletcher returned last 'night motor truck to be used by the day night the 4 j' and some day
company !ltlh s amounting to tw one with a joktiig t)roPeno J ll? liellog s's
packages
from Jacksonville, whereh had for the delivery of goods i in suits of clothes, two paN/j of I'sity, knowing Mr. Heed had a fondness Corn Flake?
been attending the :Masonic Grand'Lodge this city: and vicinity. Mr. :Morris two hats and other article M of ShoeS'j for pickles, presented him witha I l.m I Mr.

meeting and also looking after expects to' have the truck here'and I ing apparel which might go to sup- huge cucumber pickle which he ."> }Iba. all grades Bulk I

some business matter*. in operation next Monday.' Ply a complete outfit of clothing for II'1' generously shared with those' around Tea------ IIMI f .

two men. Entranc was !made j him. During the day Mr. Heed was 0 f; pkgs. Pearl Hominy .;;,o t
"Two tickets to the Crystal The through the rear door which was I the recipient of 40 or ;50. cards. and I I
ter will be gh'enliti Frances The Whole Family pried open' with a smaU'plnch bar. J letters of congratulation. 12? pkgs. Seeded Raisins !1.1)15 <)$<>

i Goldman if she will call at the Daily Two Mr. Reed No sah
suspicious has been
looking tramp were | spending the pkgs. Cluster Raisins l.t"H> !
News office before' :Monday night. EatSaturday seen about the winters in Florida for' our Pre
I city Sunday and sus- i more than :'Myears
preion for' the deed points to them. many of' them in this citywhere 15 lb. pkg. Pitted Plums .l.s foster need not

Jacob' Espedahl and Harry Gilmore Th" rnont'los he has been lb. you entru;
amounted to 50 coming of late pkg. Cherries .:;U< t I
returned yesterday afternoon' from cents, which years. He in hale are in pos.
had been left: in tilmoney e and hearty, is a :I
Jacksonville, where they hl 'been 29c drawer. 'I good walker and enjoys life as many pt. bottles loyal Scar- I r fill them a)

attending the annual session of th* ,I a :younger' man would' be glad to do. let Catsup I.'H'' i "4 but r j

Masonic Grand Lodge of Florida. Candy . Per Pound Where Diogenes--Was Foolish. Ii :LMb.! Cans: Faultless To see the Best Work Shoe them her]

Potter-You have heard of Diogenes 'i ANNOUNCEMENT.TO Pears 1 I mLyraan t I- ever seen in the city at cor. Ask yoat.
FOR SALE-A Remington Sholes I going THE VOTERS OF .
Sold Only on Saturdays about with a lantern searching I lJA YTOX.1 \:
dn perfect condition for an honest hereby: of Beach St. &: Orange Ave.
typewriter ; I man? announce myself a* a
coat $110; can be bought for $60. Enquire :I atYoung's Mrs. Potter-Bigger fool he! Honest j I candidate for the office of Assessor i HANKIWhere !

of E. Dillingham, at Daytona l' men are not to be found on the streetat for the! city of Daytona at th- corn- I L Grocery j jMH99C 1

Novelty Works. 29-tf Pharmacy tamUl night.s.-llostoD They are Transcript.at home with their ''j in city election.; 44.';t THE FOSTER CO.

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