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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 23, 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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Volume ID: VID00197
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I ]I Sixth Season-No. 45 DAYTONA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JANUARY 23 L, 1911 15 Cents per Week





I WALL A CE S W. H. WRIGHT :: :: n. BOHSOrS\ OSPIIU and S\SIURIUM\ RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies, Stationery and Havana Smokers

Art and Jewelry Store Painting Twnt First>--,..il.irKf Avenue., iilry Daytona rooms, Fla., newlyrurnl PRICES Books Only first quality vell cured toCarries -

CotlllNll. I an exclusive line of new. I Paper Hanging ttllho..pltHl.on'.nl.w.vt.vt and tltt.d t tlirmiirhout-.. Tliorouuh-with I 1 I't-pnslMoii to Tn-nt You Klulit.I.ft I GEO. H. CLARK I bacco used.
l'> Be Your .Ifw.-lers.'
style Postcards and Daytona Decorating 1 heluipl|. 'rtolxrntlner) | ,on vioiulfloor. Waterman Fountain Pens, NewsPapers Vet Cave, Manufacturer
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is MAGNOLIA AVENUE Phone 18, C. C. BOHANNON, M. D. L. H. ROWE & CO. and Periodicals Daytona. Florida.PROGRESSIVE .
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legetables 1 : I ,. ILL MAKE HOT CAMPAIGN I It TRIAL ENDS ; fishermen can see a Reel that "is a reel"if IN \VALES.r i INHANKOVL

fresh : you will call.
THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY. '

.U i JURY HAS FORTY OTHERS ARE INJURED I ; I CONSUL I WANTS GUNBOAT ;


&SonSt. : i"''Ii S SENATOR BOURN HEADS MOVEMENT I GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE CO. [ { ARE A E LIKELY[ TO DIE.[ FOREIGNERS l BOYCOTTED.[

| 'Phone 55PFNER: TO PUT PROGRES "If You Don't Trade With Us We Both Lose Money."
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.I.....l1.r SIVES IN CONTROL OF REPUBLICAN THECASE. I
I __ PASSENGERS MEET DEATH I CABLE BRINGS PLEA FOR PRO

PARTY.WASHINGTON. I WHEN FAST TRAIN CRASHES. TECTION OF AMERICANS BE,

t: ,- "ProgressUe" movement, Jan. within 23;; The the .I If FATE[ { OF LAURA[ SCHENCK[ I TO PROTECT I COLD WAVE INTO FREIGHT TRAIN NEAR CAUSE OF RIOTING IN CITY IM 'I


t republican party, which has heretofore PONTYPRIDD. I CHINA.
[%-tnl Theatre for I
Ilrlen M. Da via.kh been confined, to the individual! : WILL BE LEARNED SOON.I I 1t
I IIA= Jan. 23-American -
I 1 I C.fiDIFIWaifS, Jan. -E.een! 'I\.OW. China
efforts of the insurgent leaders [0 AMERICANSTHEOBJECT.I' IS COMING II t
correct alleged abuses by the government I persons were killed and for\y others Consul Mosher today cabled to t

Street has crystalized into a party DEFENDANT IN CASE OF ATTEMPTED I injured today when a fast passenger ; \Va ?hington, pleading for a gunboat -
/ with i train crashed! into the rear end of a protection for all Americans as
within the republican patty, a
: definite declaration of principles and ,. POISONING APPEARS I i THIS WAY. standing freight near Pontj-pridd.; I the rt'sultof rioting here.

b all th.' prestige of power \\hich\ unit- TO BE IN GOOD SPIRITS AT Of the injured at leat' even are Business :is suspended and all for

ed efforts give to any movement. 1I I 1 fat.i:,l\ hurt and can not survive. No eigntvs are being I t'.o '('ottpd. The r*

f A constitution and bylaws hrs THE TRIAL.1VIIEELING. II I reason: fur the fatal seta h up hash I: titers seem *K I > be directing! their spite

to been adopted and the following of- I W."a.., Jan. 23-The MARINES I I LANDED I AT CEIBA; I; TO REACH US BY TONIGHT I ; I II '\1'11: .. ud\ uid! by the railroad offic.tl. j I partiruiarl! .. .m.i;I :/Iot: ; the American: .

fivers ,have been chosen: I
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I trial of Mis. Laura Scheiuk came to \ II
"- President-Senator Bourn Ore;on. LEGATIONS 1 ARE FORTIFIED. I DURATION WILL BE BRIEF. I
an end att 1 ::12 o'clock this forenoon I I I
Congiessiuan)
First Vice President- I when the last bit of evidence, was SHORTER MRS. MARTIN
Nebraska.
Nome ii'troduced. Judge Jordan began his:, I L
KJR EYES Second Vice President-Governor telnrse: to the Jury/ this afternoon BOTH GREAT BRITIAN AND THE WEATHER BUREAU PREDICTS A

Osborne, 11ichgan.TreasurerCharles! ,
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sad the fate of the woman charged
Crane. Chicago UNITED STATES TAKE THIS DROP IN TEMPERATURE TO BE SENTENCED
is eye trouble. ; \.th attempting to poison her lm' *>- TRIP fOR ;
Executive ComiuJttee ExSel1itor I(
tomobile wear I i bud: ; will be known when the ver- PRECAUTION TO PREVENT INJURY FOLLOWED:: BY MORE MILD

fnd to protect Clapp, Senator Drlstow Congressmen jjk-t I t !:s rea'ched.J .

rind and dust Hubbard, Leuroot and Kent, J *;. Schenck remained in good TO CITIZENS. TEMPERATURE.

from the shell Gifford Pinchot and George Uecord.declaring spirits throughout the day and PUERTO BARRIOS, Guatemala.Jan. ; WASHINGTON, Jan. :23,:: -.\ severecold I \ SEVENYEARS.
Resolutions have been adopted
I line of gogIH. I showed little interetceedings. in the pro 23-American and British ma- THEJWAN.DAYTONA I II
that popular government has I I wave is sweeping eastward: and _
rines hate been landed at Ceiba,
been thwarted by legislation for t from all indication- i it will reach the
The testimony of Jane Hedges Honduras, and ,the legations of both
which have dlctat- I I II FINAL CHAPTER IS READ
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Interests
ClarkIrist special .
eastboard states by tonight.The
w. ed platforms and caucus nominationsThe of a conspiracy by Albert Schenck nations are being! fortified, according I TO BE NORTH END
against the defendant way: f ordered to advices received here today.> drop in the temperature will i

aggressive league will campaign at once enter state uponan stricken out, which will b-W l big This action is said to have been I be one of the most sudden of the I Of RON ALONG G EAST COAST.NEW IN I BATH TUB IYSTEHY.I .

of the EYE. leagues will be organized and bills. blow to the defense taken to protect the citizens of the season; but it will be of short duration I I I

t'nited State and. Great Hr.'tian from according to the prediction of
literature and speakers will be furWished. I PLEADED GUILTY __
the weather bureau and will be followed WOMAN WHO _
I injury when the Revolutionists attack I STEAMER FINDS IT NECESi j I __

i. Permanent headquarters will be I TELEPHONE I I the town.DEADLOCK by mild temperature. ""TO'TrtANSLAUGHTER-CONNECTION :' ___
I SARY TO ABANDON PART OF
maintained. The articles were signed
EDcated MILLARD HOTEL BURNS; WITH THE DEATH OF
by nine senators, six governors UNBROKENIN I TRIPS FROM ST. AUGUSTINETO
thirteen COngre 6men and many I BAD FIRE IN OMAH/.
t HER DAUGHTER. ,
I INSTALLED NEW YORK FIGHT.ALB.NY
DAYTONA.The .
{;prominent men. O J.II.Xt, >br., Jan. :23: -The :Millard i
N. Y.-, Jan. 23-The senatorial NEWARK, N. J.. Jan. 22-Mrs. !
hotel of in the
one the largest steamer Swan, which will
FIRE[ IN JACKSONVILLE[ deadlock remained unbroken west, was destroy by tire today. ply the East Coast inland waterway Caroline Martin was today sentenced
; today. On the fifth joint ballot
I IIN to seven yearn imprisonment for the
DEPOT. Thomas Field was suffocated and in the freight and passenger business
Sheehan received 81)). Depew SI.
death of her daughter: Mrs. Ocer I
11 I a number of persons were injured. I I will make Daytona the nor'.Iiend
DAMAGE REACHES $$125,000. I Shepard 13. The others"t'rl' sc uttered : I Snead, victim of the East; Orange-
More than :3uO: guests were drivenout of its run. instead of St. AuI :-
Governor Dix receiving one. I I
bath
: of the building and thrown intoa ustine, and for the remainder ofthis : tab mystery.Mrs.
10PERAr/R/ It requires! !JJ!I for a choice. : Martin had previously pleaded -
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NOW ON DUTY paiuc. season the steamer will run I F
Ice FLAMES SWEEP THROUGH SHIP. I only between Daytona and Paint guilty to involuntary manslaugh

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PING AND WHOLESALE DIS- READY TO ANSWER CALLS. STOCKS VERY STRONG; WHITE TO BE ELECTED Ueach. I + '
This is the announcement sent r
WHOLE LIST ADVANCES.'EW
HEAD OF MINE WORKERSCOLUMUrs.
TRICTS SUNDAY AFTERNOON; out from St. Augustine by Capt. J. I TRADESMEN'S PARADE A
ery = YORK, Jan. :23:::Stocks displayed -
0., Jan. 2::-The election II. Howard who will be in chargeof I FETURE OF CARNIVAL. l
AND EVENING. NEEDED IMPROVEMENT INSTALLED
toasting! I I unusual: strength thi morning of John White: of Iowa to succeed the steamer, and the reason given

JACKSONVILLE Jan. L'3-A lie AND INFORMATION CAN I i I practically the entire:( list advaiuui'? Thomas Lew;*> as: president of is that the canals between St. Aus- I Among the f.atut'o: !* of the carnival 1
ts I' I
to be i Keburar z.=:th by the- ,
conflagration in from a fourth to seven-eighths of a : given
which threatened a the l"lLited"orkt, is concededby ustine and Daytona are not yet in t
i NOW BE GAINED AS TO THE point. V. S. Steel. Pacific and Civics Department of the Palmetto:
nberriescks the shipping and wholesale yards i the leaders of the LewJs faction condition for the big; steamer. The I
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i Heading showed substantial gains (Club will bta tradesmen's parade, 1, ,
viaducttook place yester- I
near the today. I suction dredge is still working; ;in
I I TIME OF TRAINS. I I Ito be held in the Armory both iti the I
I 'day afternoon and etenmg.: and by
- -- the canals; and Capt. Howard fears
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regetables the fury of its increase, produced a Through the instrumentality of the I the delays which will be ofca: >nd afternoon and evening.

loss roughly estimated at $100.woo Hotel Men's association of Daytona a I II by waiting; for the dredge; ..DO twin Rout I Me.idaitt. tV ('. Hoiiannon. 'hare's
t Volusia County E. (;Gardiner and \. :\Ji1li;aD, thcomjjififtt ,I
jointly to the E. Rears & Son company ; telephone has now been installed of the narrow pa saeshi1:
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".' this feature in charge
having :
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theV.. U. Johnson Grocery I I the ticket office of the Florida Ka. >t I the steamer is passing will be irrltatiim .
I have met ss':th great enthusia! xni II
company, and the Flyu n.llarri".Bul. i Coast railroad station and an opera- :I BankDeLand I to the pas-senders! on board l I '
inall instance.and the public has ,
lard company, with perhaps an additional i Itor has been secured to answer thei I the Swan.

!NA s $23.0i'0;; to ,buildings, sheds i i calls relative to the time of trains 6 I The Swan will start; from St. \111- I reason to expect :if mt>tbi.u"err a i
Florida Her and uniueIue in the presenta- (
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and owned by the Atlantic ,
piers < etc. If '
: .GE CO. according | tions of th.'arioll l usirie-i.s's of
Coast Line railroad.! While this telephone has been installed to the latest anitouiK-euient, 1 I 1
the itThe>-.
N, Mgr, i by the hotel men's organiza- I :and the start south from this city j[ | \':;, will b.oftd upon ' I I
THREE BURN TO DEATH; i tux and for the benefit of the hotel will I be made ax I'tfn as prep.rations I displays
r I ''and a prize> will be awarded to the
FIRE DESTROYS HOME which are members of thin body, I MERCHANTSBANK i one <"living the must.1tt"s as hav-:
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ALBERT LEA, Minn. Jan. :23! -N.J. [ there is nothing to prevent others :
here.No ins the best represrttation of tfi&
Jennson and three/ children! members of the hotel I ft
than organization ,i definite !'("hedult'an be prepared I .. ,
business conducted.
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burned to death in a fire which destroyed from securing any information until after the big steamer I'' '. I ".

their home at Richland today. concerning trains to be given out by I j has made at least one trip through V! i, ; ,
The of( this store quality
The mother and three other children the operator, who is hired to attendto requirements are I the inland waterway, but af er the :Mrs. E. Reynolds and daughter I
purity and (freshness. We cater to those (Branch oi the Voluiii County Bank) ;
escaped.J. the telephone and answer all return to Daytona from Palm :&ttac'h !' arrived Friday fpom JjalfMnwd., M. J-.

calls. However, the telephone is nota who insist on a high standard of! living. The I Daytona, Floridai Capt. Howard win be in positioi to and ano x'upynj: the.r lnim/ oii ,

Toenafeldt, of Jacksonville, wasa public telephone and can not be best fed are the healthiest and happiest- I : announce just what the regular &-.\ !!i "':r'"t u avenue I :I.I I.

business visitor in Daytona Mon' used for calls from the depot.A notably so when the element of( extra expense i ule will be for the remainder of thrwiner. I, I Ii
is eliminated This feature ; I,
entirely important
day. telephone in the depot by I II .

which the general public can gain .has always been a cardinal priaciple with us.Our i; Statement December 31, 1910Comptroller's I'' Some disappointment will be M< I i CHURCH, Druggist''
customers live better for less ,
information as to whether a tram money because the steamer does: not make: i Y 804E

l. lfl i is on time has been a long-felt wantin than those who buy elsewhere.CONRAD I Call I St. Augustine the north end of th.: I Daytona Beach, Street Florida. I

Daytona and the thanks of the I run. but it w _hoped that by next I

IV citizens la due the hotel men for i season the canals will be in condition I ) r.hldhni: food /" */>. B.cuI", 1 I
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GROCERYCOMPANY
pushing the. movement for this I I I and that the obstruction acros-i I Ii 1

needed improvement to a completion.( RESOURCE-:! :* Pablo creek may be removed. *o thai i French'sRose .I
:, to No sikstitotipn) is resorted to in .
Loans and Ut.count. ?' 1lJ.11O'f"rdrBft. l I the trip may extend from Palm t'I I Iii
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our Prescription work, so IJlllS..I< wit
you RESOURCES SHOWN .- Beach to Jacksonville. This ] i
BIG stocks and Bond H, ')"" 1 1l
need cot have the least fear when BsnkingHour+ Inv!+'.*; five: tourists from the Atlantic oat: ; -Violet
s FOR MERCHANTS BANK.In : I l
('oUt'ction'ount ILtJri'
r you entrust them to our care. We a II I points north the opportunity to mak e I
Omh! and ufrom Bink< :ae.I.Yz ;
are in position to fill them and to this issue will be found the i
'PHONE 61.Daytona. 1.112.157:14LIABILITIE : I the entire trip to Daytona and oth":
fill them as they should be. Noth- statement of the"oh ia County -- East Coast points by boat chan inI : Talcum :
u# but registered will fill Bank of and the Merchants --- - I fO ii
men DeLand. LodgeNn. Capital !stock . 11'1.,1)11.'.,) to the inland waterway at Jackeonville. t
Work Shoe them here. Bank of Daytona, whrch operate !surplutan'' PrortU . 5; f+,sJy i I A dainty reminder of the Moss 4
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Dtvldrnd 3..1"
Ask he knows. under the same charter. They report BUN PayabdIMporlt l.npaH- . . G.IU''.'. I ---- Rose that in Grandmother's F
at your doctor grew h
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city the following excellent condition B. P. 0. E. -'<'.1"1:1:$ I LUKE LEE IS CHOSEN:

'range! Ave.RCO. : capital, surplus and profits. Meets Every Tuesday 11.1:2.157.44: TENNESSEE SENATOR.NASHVILLE. I garden. As a soothing deliciously G ,

HANK1NS, The Druggist, I1.-.9.66S.111; ; cash and in banks. $210.- t, Ereaiaf. VUitiaf I Tenn,.aan.I.uk':':: i odorized dusting powder it is un

AT THE PLAOE 741.29; deposits ISS7.1S9.27: ; to A, Members Invited. Lee was rxiay elected ,, n..r.4"by. I equalled. i
p.
Where Volusia Meets Beach. sal resource*; of one million. one hundred .. ; T. E. Fitzgerald E. R. A. D. McBRIDE. PresidentJ. VicePresidentF. Ithe Tennessee legislature; on joint IB"i
Geo. F. Sec. .B. CONRAD I Price 25c.
; L Telephone l 69 twelve thousand dollars. \j Y Crouch I N. CONRAD Cashier I ballot...breakihg! the tong deadlock.! I I

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i :; GEO.Dealer WRAY in II''I i DELAND THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA J



PIANOS and DELAND the county seat of
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PLAYER PIANOS VOLUSIA ====== Volnsia County, STETSON

Concert Toner is situated 23 miles southwest of

Q PIANOS FOR RENT COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the latter UNIVERSITY

I I t .a BANK city by an excellent hardsurfaceroad DELAND, FLA.
Four College
recently constructed.At and 5
r DKLAND FLA. Technical HchooU.
DeLand is located the John B. Equipment codIng -
;; Rlla lltl BlRthatthere nearly jlupgp.! MrsV..
I Capital $100,000Surplus Stetson University, one of the lead- Endowment WJOIKJO.

-_ : C WOM.N S I' ing educational institutions of the Faculty of 40 Professors BlnghanuodMr.
$50,000 and In- and
EXCHANGE South. Because of the interest in structors. Christian, Mj
ICE CREAM' -- "- In J.xctona that can. but non-Pectarlan Ridgewood'Second ]
;_ McBRIDE, educational DeLand is knownas ,
matters
. -_ .. ladles A. : T.-" :. 'ouppl the
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it quantity.MILLS' ,- ---:' -- wllb the late.t artl "The Athens of Florida." For Information,
1 uy . :. .:&: address
.. ". .. -- J.llo''.''''', '' VolU' Vlct-President Stetson: University has a faculty of Lincoln Hulley. Sidney L|
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"_" ;r .. ) !'ol" A.at. \ SO and instructors. There Pn. 1) Lltt. D..
t WOOD professors
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B.A.
European . .. -itJ... xt ) \ D.
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.....e_.....neon t y 'J' ... +r t.I ..-::. .:!. ..... VDREKAS are over $400,000 In buildings and President J. T Dij.

I I I II r equipment; nearly $300,000 endow- Saturday
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DEMAREE.One fact must be to the most
L. C. apparent
By ment; a Carnegie Library alone representing Barstow
.s/ere/e/e/0/etete/ete/.1'.1'I. .
I guperf"ial observer.Vith such lavish : J. If. PERKINSAttorney .
I. of Daytona's crowning glories an investment in building who had t

I HATS I INew :1 is her incomparable beach No BUSINESS AND wealth of natural beauty it be- DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than his paren
came an easy thing for the hand of
one who: has ever set foot upon its STORE $120,000. The library is the United street.
I : Stock Just in at : PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS tram/ to give the finishing touches andCounsellor
smooth; packed sands; no one whop, States Government depository for the
: Peck's Bargain House : over pedaled a bicycle. over Its ex- wihich have vrought out the colors EVERYTHING_ State:r of Florida, and contains over Phone

I S 112 South Beach Street. :5 pans ; no one who ever drove a and outlines of the big picture TO EAT.' 15,000 volumes. Science Hall one at Law lag and pij

...................... prancing pair of horses and listened ..... .. :Man did sill this in the laying out TO WEAR of the newest of 16 buildings, with
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steel shoes. o( the streets with their wide marginsof TO USE Mr and!
to the popping of their its furnishings represents an outlayof

-...................... upon its a3phaltum-like face; no one i, S B0B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.BBB.B.. parkage. The entire city becomes Heading-Room 1 $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one:; of Will Btate PractUa and In rived fronj

: LING WAR-CHINESE LAUNDRY : who ever steered a high-power au- : E. S. HALLArchitect : a great park with driveways interisfttins. Elevator Service the most beautiful college: buildings FederalCourts joined Mi
212 Jl'0. BEACH ST., IHYTONA, H.A.DresaBblrts . miles miles of driveways Room i. Burton, a
stretch of upon \\Kett
m 12: Night Shirts ]0. tomobile down the broad I in the South.
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White Hhlrts 10 Woolen Shirts in and BuilderNo. e o good as to attract motorists ,- on South
sand : >
and :
wave-washed surf-packed '
r of about
a Cheek Shirts 8 Undershirts I /The city has a population
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DREKA &'CO
I,. : ew tablrts IS Drawers per pair *8 but realized: that it Is a world beater : : .:21e! Palmetto A\e. : from all over the contin -nt. G.IIEL.D.A. FLA : 3,500 with a thickly settled country DELAND, FLA. they will

J O tUatrtlcolIarfttt.lSjRocks.or 2'i, (' 3 .. a wor'ld-wonder. Go stand upon I DAYTONA. FLORIDA. .. And as for the pavements, pavements I adjacent.,_ DeLand proper is five 'Largeembroide
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; L.dteeclotheeatrorrespondingprlc e this wile speedway and see the happy -1 . . that look and act like granite miles east of the St. Johns River, on
I itl...t../ere/eret.tetee .. .B.B.B.B.B0B.B B BOB B Bg :
souls flit by in joyous mood, and i i I -where else:: between the eastern Volusia.Jounty the|high rolling pine land of the WRIGHT"INSURANCE the Bee I

answer whether this is' not one of : and weotrn seas are so many milesin of Florida.
Ridge"
F . . . . leer-/etetetet t tete/et: I great 'Orange
I .. B B BOH B BBOB B BBa wonders. i ; inhabitants
the modern proDOrtlon to ? Thepavemeut
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Abstract o.; The predominating products are Co) an]
: C. THOMPSON Agt. :: W. C. CROWNING M. D. : I question statds with the } the estimated
The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.j oranges and grapefruit, again Dee

I ti: LAMB ENGINESHUPMOBILES :: : General Medicine and : flreet as one of the chief drawing (B' Tt Fish I).Lundls.President"Kec- crop from this vicinity being over AGENCY IlidgewSaturday
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Where think is water with more' I try
you i cards. Till unheard
some of place .
t. : Obstetrics : rt'tury and Treus. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes --

a l>ea.utratia Circa at Any Time. : picturesque! surroundings? Nearly a Office Hours 1:911o3:10.7toKp.m.: : :<> reports more and better, Daytona Furnished : peaches, pears, Japan persimmons, etenter

m PHONfc 1 W : mile wide fringed with tropical vegetation : Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. :: I throws down the gauntlet to the Abstracts and Titles plums, pecans, guavas, strawberriesand DeLand, Florida r '" sirs
artistic cottages with roomy
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..Noteeeeret...t.t.ti .. Oree0tet other fruits are grown in plenty.
I verandas: looking out upon her bosom --- Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Fruit. Perfected (1I
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Dr JVol.
I In the of improvementsare
gamey. food fishes in countless numbers -:, .......................... Whatever one's shortcomings and .(land Insured 5 way public OLDESTLAw'GEST .
i seeteet.tet........... beckoning, as it were, to those S I many miles of fine shell roads, an * ct
Pints and
bowexer indifferent or even callousone Maps
,: : DR. J. E. RAWLINGS : excellent high school electric lights,
: JACOB ESPEDAHL : with rod and reel;her bosom fleck- may be to many things: the mere Blueprints "SuppliedIiFUVK
that is owned
I of waterworks III
a system t-: >*
a Contractor and Builder : ed with duck and coot and: snowy Physician and Surgeon e menuca r.f "flowers and squirrels FLK. and BEST
t and Craftsman I : and operated by the city supplyingthe t been v sil|
Designer winged sea birds, which sic about as I bard; i' and fruits" will send a thrill ,
$uperlntcndsConstruetlonof Build- ''I : OFFICK: VKK l KOPAK PLAI'K : purest water at little cost :M l, Mow
if for the of bobbing the'waves
sport upon
ings. Plans and Hpeclncatlonson a. that is reflected in distended pupils
I'hont :oia .
Short Notice. watch that old BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that and mot I
; lubberly I .nd pricked ears. For Florida
: DAYTON, FLORIDA.OSCAR :: white headed pelican pouch a fat ..B.B.B.BOB.B.B.B.M.B.i DeLand is a church-going commu- avenueturn
i 'sa.aa...t..............1 For every visitor: with a spare goober Methodists FARMS u) i 11
Baptists, Episcopalians
nity.
r mullet and that fish hawk struggling:; |
aieeeteeeee 1 t3/Og9CS/e/etetet.BtB.B.B. there is. a bunny ready to comeI COMPANY GROVES
-- upward with his floundering load he I ;i..jul' accept your gift. lie will sit bolt Manufacturers of (Northern and Southern), Pres

.. ../tae/. snatched from the water. : : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS : 'j iTit! and knaw int., the meat, I LUMBER byterians, Christians and Catholics, TIMBER or YubllctraH !

: MICHAEL : See the beautiful launches, spick : : furtive besides colored Baptists and Metho TRUCK into
I Civil Engineers i i casting: ; saucy glances at you LATH
I : and span wMi:' hampers and lockers meanwhilerio'.v SHINGLES dists, are represented.The LANDS
CONTRACTOR DAYTONA, FLA. I school offers a ten
graded
: bulging with refreshments, both solid v aS
{' Usually fresh and b'oom-! MOULDINGS 'nd for Murrain
: Filling and Grading : and liquid, ready for a cruise upon tli F:..taLli--h. II .7:.. I. ijjs. years' course ajld the building whichit Sheet to. It .
.111? the Fear 'round, you are r/ fiid; p.-nt-:
Oa Keavy Hauling a Specialty. : beautiful surface. Take out jour field :BCB.....teeSerer.eteIt i "d of Goldsmith's couplethere AI.iMiry'i'.iroid, HcioiliiKV1II Paints occupies is newly furnished I THE COOLDmm of < -narli|

t' S.a.BBOB.B.B.B.B.BB.B.B.B.. 'gla.:;,; and sweep the river from : Smiling! spring: its earliest visit paid \ < hall ('."1111 ntKil'or.iuo throughout, and is one of the most throughhave I

Ormond:: bridge to Ponce Park .B.B.IB.BOB.BOB.B0B.BB* : Plji-t.! r commodious and best equipped pub t bl"Tay'ona j
___ ________ 1 I Md: summers lingering blossomsare riiiiriilirirk! 1: co
light' house then say whether' the< U Bu+..! &..Dd Erick lic schools in the State. ,
E. L. STEWART delayed. I
:!) Halifax isn't a thing of beauty anda : o I'FF.ANI'. FLA. I The trip from Daytona to DeLand : I I'MN!I',
FLA
and In one yard roses of varigated huel'edoli1mah ,
i M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. | joy forever, and one of the modern HM Physician,'<'ial"tt"lIlIuli u.di-Surgeon..a*' ol th. II: { ; another household hasa is made by automobile in a little j <>

wend e.';. KKnr.. Throat and Nc v< tnio over an hour, and there are many
MILLINERYAre i I. and resident1'.. :\luj.Tlolluu\1I11o ...rdiloiu penchant for the poincetta and thepremUis t
The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge-, w."t of P. u.. t.-l.I...plionnif' !s:.'. : rrtaflame; another is bidden LAK8IS I & IB 1 pretty drives in the vicinity of the THE 'F'OPcorner

I Showing Fall Styles J.| : hourv.a. in. to y. p. in : in a jungle of tall cane. Variety Attorneys at. Law county site. A good road leads to I GORDONGARAGE i if
I wood. .t.t.t.t.t.t.tet.t.tetett J'nictirmp In fOil' DcLcon five miles, a historic
N.. 8 Beach St. Fla. the of life where Springs
Daytona : 1.5 spice and here is slate:; hU<1 K< d ral CDUfxpiv
Ridgfwood avenue is upon the crestof find it. Courts spot, where 60,000 gallons of water \ A, 5,
a broad ridge, straight as the crow .t.tetet.t.t.t.t.t.tetet. I ; Special faculties! s forInv.stlpallnK bubble from the earth minute. I I
1 and every
The birds flit in, and wi'Jh their I /

flies and the wide spreading branches -; : DR. F. H. HOUGHTON : 'I joyous. cotes help to give fullness! rfwctlnji!, FLA.tltI.sl'vLANI' From DeLand automobiles go south The

i---ilXS) S>-!5! of 'lie heavytrunked lire oaks ex- :;rid symmetry to the picture. to Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and DeLandHeadquarters

tend their giant arms across the magnificent - marl roads; theSt.Johns is crossedby
I Dentistn As for fruits, choice citrus fruits,

v'sta, forming an arch, and .. ( In Perk Block .. I llaytonaEtds> : the palm to none for SIETOTSBLYIsaac ferry near Osteen and cars can then for

Telephone Company ,; from these extended arms ,,",."tat festoons i'iiossa_ \,..!1 End: south KridgfE \ quality ana quantity per acre. There A. HtewartEgford continue to Sanford and Orlando by AutomobilesAGKNT

i of Spanish moss sway*as the .. .B.B...B.B.B.BB.BB.B.BJ : I' re scores of citrus groves in prox- Mary i ttt'wurtAttorneys lily' hard road. There is a shell road FOR Tour-
trade winds from the tropic seas from DeLand to Orange City, five Maxwell
Connections at Daytona i 'mit) to the city: branches Lending at Law
i fan them. Looking straight ahead t.t.t.t.t.t.t...t.t.t.t.t. j to the ertb with their burdens of and Notaries Public miles, and a good road from DeLand ing Cars and

for Long Distance Points down this white shell street one has T. E. Fltz HUhl E. F Out..*. : I I htdous! ; gclden globes, which for I f'FLASTFLA.. i to Lake Helen, a like distance. RunaboutsArthur

the impression of a fairy path with S FITZGERALD & OATES : beauty, proflicacy and all desirable I
I H. C. THOMPSON, Mir. | Mfiisn draperies, but as you move I Ii I II
'long' and 2 Attorneys and Counsellors at Law : qualities would) truly astonish you. J. A.ERICKSON. mi 0) SANDSTONE I BRICK CO. (A. Hwinlin
: @s)<*>mVrT cast an eye first to the 0 Hwcial|. Fiictlltti Kir FMiininuiK I The Fastest Autos and The Finest I Royal r.JiliwllnHAMLIN I
Tight and then to the left you see and Perfi.-tins l.aml i Titles Ootlio j Out. MiiLuracturorsfght
I
distinguished cottage homes in the I III('ollrul IlulUhiig. 'I'honeJ4 : 1 & CO. Granite, Buff, Red and

. . . .:Ya. : most delightful settings.See .B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.BB.B.B The =extLthorld wonder do you I Large Mwk of I Drab Brick
N I I.k? Ccme, whether from Missourii > : Pianos, Organs and I
Mio glistening leaf of the grand ,:-irc' ('1I :h'I\. '',-.UPS Prompt "Shlp.iii -
McCLELLAN . n/ froa Elaine, from Kalamazoo o; : Sewing Machines .. . \Vi-. &
( ,. \. .i. W' .i'. o-! .,.' i 1 ia' r I lux.kl: *"t : lId Prict-a.
magnolia which nature has \aniished South of JiiV.iMll
I : T.mbucto: r.nd you will be "shown'' ) LAKK ill I.KN.: H A.
as no yrt's-'s' brush ever could; and DR. J. P. ESCH ; 1 : 1'KL\X1.: FLX. i HAMLIH
Mill Work I '. Here u where the world's record for I
the cab ngp palms with their burdens / LAKE HELEN:
\ !. Physician and Surgeon speed is broken with every recurring '
Write or ask him about anything !i lof sho.vy fruit and swaying palias; J : I ALLBSNt.M Attorneysand
Autos the bi the I'usT-
,
V IN'nui-ul.i |IIIM tlitli h >n- outli oft i t'iison. g"st, : Surrounded by several pretty lakes
} yon want made of wood Everything see the lovelyholly with its exquisite > :M.K:. ('hurt'h. i Mm.... hour- i L' to _' p. !' ': '
anJ the finest
t the best. bt.}'; see the climbing ,vines V in..I: t.-7 I''. in. Thou. IMI. I'.I-I-.N.1. ., t -1 are on dail11:1': j Stet to Pa and guarded by lofty pine trees is Counsellorsat
.V, IIKM'M.: i ride and the big show i is a.N tree .<.- i ( Lake Helen, a winter resort of no Lawl'E1.ANI'

Nortk'Ridgewood Ave. Phone 123 ( 'tun s;, ,mons riot in forms the trees which; see gain the a crypo foothold - .!.!.:!...'......i(... ....i.i.i.i.i !... '!'!'. t.ie: pure artesian water: from thtmtusauda .. I DRUGGISTSJEWELERS little importance. Camp Cassadaga,

of flowing wells.: Its aoiitmuous .i a spiritualistic is
camp-ground situ-
on the great oaks and satd!: '!' N> .!'!" !'!' '. o.\!: '. FLA.
show with constant.lnittios
: ( a :> ated near Lake Helen and
1 I FLANI: FLA. at this
p.-tfms. and surely will in
join
you I: I i scene.Everything I place several hundred 1
tlie! chjan and say that this is a LADAS'[ POOL PARLOR R i; horsepower people make
: goes, from a I I III winter
world wonder for beaut}. ;| NOW OPEN. G. W. Fisher headquarters. A large lumber {"fOUNTAIN'S"D&L.
I up to a 200-horse power, and
mill and the
largest brick
f II plant in
Mail Order I of Our oJl}I degrees of speed from a canter I'I'I .
Surpassing Beauty Cottage | Clean and Warm and L Drug Co. the South are located at Lake Helen. \ D, FLA.
| to a ttto-mile-a-mimite: clip. You will .I
Homes. \t A Good Place to Rest | Drugs, Stationery, ORANGE
':probably catch the spirit, wnt-r.. -o- I CITY
$ Pool Now Huyler's Candies ClothingFurnishings
: Play ,
!
Businesses No one of Daytona's attractions, I' do; the roads! and the beach are yours The principal attraction around
Checks Given Kodaks,
| I Cigars I
perhaps, commands more nearly universal I, The Florida sunshine is free theI Orange City is the many handsome Shoes
IF.LANT) FLA.
I attention and praise than does ],' Myrtle Ave. and Beach St. IJ : i I' balmy ocean breezes are free the golden orange groves. The town is

\ the artistic cottages. The owners of @@
these l'hanning"flla.s hail from every ,I free, the sparkling fountain water i* I A. H. OODALL purest in the world, another attrac

h'....... corner of the country: and they bring ............................ fr: e and You will have to go down tion to visitors. It is at Orange City 11

their own architectural plans and i ,tintoour wallet only for coin for that
When You Are Looking for J The passengers over the Florida East
bui'ld upon them! and, as the archicture ; auto, and bed and board. i Coast Ry. transfer
to
: Some One to Do : Leading carriages and
I '.'" of one section of the country This is to fanciful picture: it's all GROCER drive to Deland. The town is sur- .

differs from the architecture of another ': here. It is drawing other thousandsand I rounded by land

so do our homes differ in j Electrical Work% f h(,drag? them enthralled, it wll: i DrLAND. FLA. the cultivation peculiarly of citrus fruits.adaptedto j I IELAK1. < t'WKI LATHE

es .. !
outward appearance and structural (iiiirm and hold you. Come and see.* _
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beauty from one another. There are :
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PHONE .
I no monotonous rows of strikingly 14, ; .

,; similar build'ags but the eye as it 6a

x.f i I swoon,change by.: is which treated keeps to a the kaleidoscopic mind- IFORLAW. !: CALL US UP :I i DAILY NEWS !

j
+ : wond'"J".JJg, "What next?" .

i It i3 no*. only the exterior of many 1 THE ELECTRICIAN. ? .. .. c

of Cher homes which rivets atten- .

tion; wuh.n' they are models of con- : Best Prices Best Work : : Gives Awaynames three persons whose : I

i I venitn'and: the finishing and furniShing : NORTH BEACH STREET : were mentiorprevious in the .


f cultivation dive evidence of those of the who eleganceand worked ............................ .: Every Day day's paper -. .:

papers advertise it. ,, :.t all out. Indeed, it is the interior tet.t...t.t.tet.t.t.t.t.t. .
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WE DON'T. arrangement sanding, and more artistic than the furnishingand exterIor: :. JOHN P POLLITZ : : Four Tickets to the Crystal :

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I appear>nee that gives a surpassing r\ : Theatre and a Merchandise :

I charm to Daytona homes. This feature : Suchard Chocolate : 1
We know it would hurt : Order for
justly merits prominence as another : : 25 cents on some :
5 and lOc Cakes .
the home trade. vont'er. .
I' .USIOI.tt.ea.t.t.t.t.teter Whenever you want Business : local store. : : : : : : :

We would rather have the Streets and Pavements the Most Cards Letter Heads + + -
Why He Was at Home.Credit.I' :
ads. of local merchants. and Best. Circulars or anything else : e
you r iii.i t tvr h":no? a :
Why th a Architect of the Universe St-r\'aut-\"p. I'lcsiMwalk: : in. in the printing line. .

FETCH THEM\ IN !i chose to give: Daytona the most admirable. Crwlitor-TlniiU uunt' :1 it: last: heaven: I shall sesome We give PROMPT SERVICEand : Watch for them---your name maybe :

LET US DO YOUR the most picturesque natural e
setting of all the cities of the SouthIs Ser\"ant-Iton't make that mi.-ruke.: GUARANTEE : next. :
l If be bad any money be wouldn't be
PRINTING rot revealed, but that such is a<4 t at home. riieseade SATISFACTION. .
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THE DAYTONA DAILY Nt'WS
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j \& STORY OF BLACK PATTI PASSION PLAY COMING; I' LITTLE RED SPOT.If -"From-the-Grove to the Table" -PICTURESQUE PORT DRAM I I.F FPORT

IDA ,., TRIP TO AFRICA.A TO BE HERE FRIDAY. INDIAN RIVER GRAPE

trip. to Africa: in which the : At the New Daytona Theater, Friday H. Wore Bigger This Spider Would FRUIT AND ORANGES
I Be a Real Peril. ORANGE Isrprt'tty
Black Patti : Comejy Company January 27, afternoon and evening Growls on the Halifax.
Ft \Iusical. I Strangely enough the one really dan : little v1l1agesltuntt'd PORT ORANGEHOUSE
t I supporting the ori;;nal Back will be presented the wo.Id- The finest quality of fruit for salein five miles
gerous spider ou the American continent
_ _
Pattilad3.me: SIssitretta: Jones) will renowned moving pictures of the Is small obscure!' and practically single boxes or car lots. Special south of Daytona on

IMYERS1TI3 appear as the at racticn at the New Pass:.on Play, being based: upon this unknown to popular or Journalistic attention paid to filling orders. the Dayton".S..w

Daytona Theater next Thursday evening wonderful religious drama as prelorined hysteria Latrodectus mac-tans Is Its MUNROE & STEVENS Smyrna hard surface
FLA. road the scenichighway
Bur Colleges and 6 I January 26. The kidnappingof by the peasant actor folk of scientific name. It I is about the size of GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. of the East! S Fred Cdlmiats

Equipment IcfanlcalHcbools.cott- a favorite teacher who is carried Oberammergau, Bavaria, every ten a large pea black with a red spot on fomt.! The town Is Owftr andPORT Masa es
IK nearly luapppowment t'f Mrs. WaMrcn: and dauher of away to the heart of t-ie: Afr.can years These pictures: were produced the back-a useful danger signal-and Office. Next to the Ridgewood Hotel located on the Hall-

catty of 49 1900.000.ProTi'ssors Binghamton, X Yo, are located w tl. jungle leads her friends to folio*' by the Pathe Freres. the famous spins a small web in outhouses or ......................... fax River, rand 111
.and J nactors. Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. Carson on North I her and effect a rescue. moving picture! manufacturersof around wood piles. So far as Is known. connected with the ? ORANGE
Tit non Rectartan Christian. KWgewood a\enue. Around the adventures of this trip Paris at a cost of $10,000. In addition Its poison! Is the most virulent and e McDonald's Boat Yard 5 Peninsula! opposite
J Ttachlng.tt photographythey powerful drop for drop secreted by s Established: 1903 I hv: a bridge.
Information, I the interest in the play rexo\e: A to the perfect The town 1* well BEACH
Iddrrsa: -Second Lyceum number tonight Trip to Africa is in thrt ats and are beautifully colored by baud, any living creature. Cobra virus In : CHAS. M. McDONALD, Proprietor = laid out and hasmany

lincoln bl .D., LHt.Halley 1>.., -Sidney Landon. contains new and interesting feat I thus heightening the effect and mak- the minute quantity which the latro- e Railways. Boats Built Repaired : pretty homes.A Lots for Sale.
LL. J6t[ featureof d'eotus' glands contain, would prob-- large; number of Liberal Terms
D. ures. The public will no coubt; anticipate ing them more rea i.c. A : and Boused. af.isusillueuei.ti.11.1.i10D.1
Prt+lIld'n' l." J. T. Dunn Jr., went to Paktka the entertainment will be the ably have no appreciable effect upon tourists! and winterresidents Allowed for
with Mrs. S. J. a musical treat upoo'th.e make Port
afternoon IMPROVEMENTSOcean
Saturday; man. whereas the tiny spider's venom !
Barstow and her son, Lewington, appearance of Madame Jones who music selected most appropriatelyfor In the volume Injected by the Orange winter headquarters or River
PERKINS who had been visiting Mr. Dunn and is the best known singer of her race the different .scenes and a l lecture cobra's stroke would' slay a herd of . . . . . . . . . . : ene of theseveral FISHING
and there is no room for disappointment : : by James. Clark whose clear, attractions Convenient to Anto-
at their home on Bay elephants. Were this little known
his parents description of each scene : GITTENS & MESSING .1 being the excellentfishing. mobile l lH'-id: Ooor+
graphic I
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street. on this score. Jcjy Joan Lar crawler as large as the common black : $
Lttoraey andjnnstllor kins who makes the picture a thousand times (Successors to K.O. Longe Co.) Apply to Jt
plays the role of 'King hunting spider of our gardens and A short distance:
Phone 2S will call for your cleaning Rastus" in Madame Jones support more attractive and aids: enjoymentthat lawns Its bite would be almost Invariably kf5 Fresh FishClams : west af Port Orange WM. C.Agent HOWES l,

t Law t and pr 'saing. tf BURNETT. u the author of the book, and is is altogttaervanting; : when they fatal. Happily the "r dspot's" >i* r tr & I are the remains of Port Orange, VIa.
also responsible for all of the are shown without an illuminating fangs being small and weak. KJ the old Punlawton

,s Mr. and Mr. S. H. Burton arrived special music used in this proouc- lecture such as delivered by Mr. can with difficulty penetrate the skin : and Rose Bay OystersMirkrt : that sugar Is mill visited a every place I Port

ill PraetUo inState from Elslnore. California and tion. The supporting: company- contains Clark. I and are able to Inject venom In dan- on Sooth Beach Street yeirby: hundreds of Orange
and The management of the theater: pprous Quantity only when the bite Is I': One time OYSTER CO.[ f
Joined Mr. Burton's father, S. R. a galaxy of \'oc'lal'ti tJ of undisputed I Phone S Prompt Delivery tourists.
FederalCourts ability.MADE considers itself fortunate in securing -I Inflicted upon some tender skinned all the country: west:
Burton, at T. A. Snider's bungalowon I this production and lecture and portion of the body. Nevertheless!'! fatalities . . @. . ., tti!) Ridgewood avenue, w.here
South
RETURN TRIP FROM those who miss it will miss a treat I consequent upon the bite of --- -- the oidtoti OYSTERS andCLAMS
they will visit for a time. .I this well attested : was n vast In-
GLAND, FLA. -- TAMPA IN ELEVEN HOURS.T. I rarely afforded the citizens of Daytona Insect are sufficiently :........................; rtt,o and sugar, cane" .
to take rank as established!' scientific Ft.OrHnsIB. !" Dnvtot*
.Large> ,line of 121- and 13 cent I and surrounding towns. I plantation.The mill
A. Snider. S. R. Burton. Rev.E. i facts.-Samuel Hopkins Adams In i R. H. MCDONALD : operatedxten' -
WRIGHTINSURANCE embroideries selling at 10 cents at Sedweek and Arthur B.. L ete,' An Antiseptic Child. I Everybody's. j was sl\el\ In those early C. flOIES l l
the Bee hive North Beach St. 43-44 .
who drove to Tampa and St. Petersburg I Little Walter was always carefully : MEATS : days but has be n la

Col. and Mrs. W. M. Shaffner are in :Mr. Snider's car, beating : guarded against erm1t.! The telephone I CHANGING THE SUBJECT. duns.for forty or Real Estate I
here Tuesday returned Fr.day i ie'ening was sprayed, the drinking utensil I Florida and Western : filly v.nrs. Insurance t
occupying their .home North .
again : on \ \interesting
from : sterilized: and public conveyances and What Lincoln Said After Harvey End I
LQENCYiLand the
making trip Tampain ,
Ridgewood avenue, having returned The Choicest Steaks and : drl\ from l>?:ytonaIs NOTARY PUBLIC
t eleenhours, running gate: for i places were forbidden him. I ed a Two Hours' Talk. h l :\' ocean I",'ii<'h
Saturday from their beach cottage The Primest RoastsTelephone
"Father. he said night In a tone .
17J miles. one The lion. Peter Harvey the friend to tin approach ot Port Orange FJa.S.
,: accompanied by :Mrs. Shaffnersis: I II of desperation "do know what I ,.'
home you and biographer:; of Daniel Webster:' the Port Oran
Florida They had expecttd to reach : .
ter :Mrs Katherine Frink. nm going to do when I grow up?" with small voice in what you want and w > I brll4::>'. WTOth..
I Saturday: in order that :'011'. SeJ- I I' was a large man a will endeavor: to see that you get It.POULTRY : .
"What? asked his father preparing that I>r! and that of manner
week might be here in time for the pomposity Phone ; through the
hfcnself for the worst"I'm
Dr. J. C Herman, Osteopath: 20Volusn diffident men possess.Above !' _
-DEST services, at the First M. E. church ; eat germ.-Success many very .. principal street of
to a
: A\e., Daytona: Phone 40. tl I' I going I everything he valued and prided -
Port I trance to tin (General
'Sunday, but leav.nij; Tampa at 7o'clock Magazine. : : ; .,
LARGESTand : himself' upon his friendship with rUiiw of tht c. Ibrtyd .li
Friday morning they pushed Tiniirllt r\ou l h'n\'p >'ourorclfrlx'tt t h- 4 Merchandise !
who have the "Rival expounder.: : l old I I sugar
BESTr E. II. hose and children, ) through in one day, reaching here ; His Style. between : 'r chance\ you !ia\'>- of :,:>-Ming : mill., : n-Mirnlim, ; to,
The first of the war
been visiting for the }past month with tat I S in the e\ening. The time 11luJed : I .\Jl'nt-flhl you find a suitable! house I year and tinoholo\ !"a i\.t''UlI.y tin" raid. Port Orange FU. .
the states h."pot Washington .
Mr. Howe's brother, Dr. Roy Howe,, '[ \ a stop for dinner and oth-r : for fliit iivtoii'or who seemed so on his return wag naked how be likedPresident ......... ................, on th IImlnlll1d.! ,
> Florida and mother, on South HitIgewcot1avenue ] I' delays, the actual running time be- 1 1I I ehe.ty? .\-... :tIns-I did my host sir I Lincoln.

FARMS turn to, Battle left satul'daon Creek, Mich. their re- | in? but eleven: hours. I Ii I I front niiiiniut'iMifd,-Ialtillwrt: him Amerk-nn.ore with a swell "Well." he said "Mr.: Lincoln Is avery .................................... .................
i I They do not speak: in very t-onpi-: I singular' man. I went on to see'
GROVES \\ j menUry tetras of the read and say I II I him and told him that I hail boon an

TIMBER or Public stenographer, typewriter! I they would not advise: anyone to take iiu.banl-IUo"-l Then: ,l He Knew of new Course.novel turn I intimate personal friend of Daniel | The Joseph Zapf Co. !

TRUCK translator, The Ridgewood..pho:1e 13.:; the trap unlet-s willing to work theirpa : out hapnily, ? \\1fl--1t doesn't sayIt Webster: that I had: talked with him
'. 3-Gt:} BO: much on the affairs of the country
LAND I' : sae. as the sand iser> deep i only says they vvpri'marriwi Louie I II : ?r
lend for Bargain and hard: to inanaue on long! streiches rlr, that I felt perfectly confident I could : JACKSONVILLE. FLA. .

Hlteet to. R. C. Reed and :Mrs J. :M. :llith :, es the ro.ltl. the car sink.: ? I tell him exactly: what Mr. Webster called the and most reliable liquor :
: largest
would advise In the present' crisis, and Is justly
'
of Charlotte N. C.. who are touring | nearly to the hubs on some 01 thehiK..des. One klt'lt l word n.ny turn aside! a torrent
[HE GOULDfOOTTEN of thereupon I talked to Lincoln for two t house in Florida. Sole distributors fort :
through Florida on their way to Cube I ;( : : However they enjoye1j aiicnri
he
solid hours telling him Just what
I have been stopping a few days in j 1'1' tr'f.). !i "I suppose you always prefer to enlist -
CO of the | men who are not married'?" I re- should do and what he should not do. Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer i
D3ftona.Ir.: Reed is one and. will believe It. sir when I
4 i who has you
| FLANI, FLA, crack tennis players of the middle. ANNOUNCEMENT. I 1 i j charge marked: of to the I the recruiting sergeant; station on cot through all :Mr.\ Lincoln said was. : Special attention is called to the :

south. I TO THE VOTERS OF DAYTONA: as he clapped his hand on my leg 4Mr.\ DEPARTMENT.
Cannon street : MAIL ORDER :
I hereby announce myself as a ""No: you're llli taken there" he bastenl,1 Harvey what a tremendous great calf : i

THE FOR PENT: -Furnished residence : candidate for the office of Assessor to reply. "1 prefer married menovery i you have got!" .

ORDON corner 1'idpewood and Volusia: av'. : for tihe city of Daytona at the com- time. You see, we don't haveto I : Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. :
aunt

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FOUNTAIN'S"DLAND WINDSOR ?a r...s..r.rANLHOR .. LENOXSTYLEA'; Shirt Waist Boxes from 3.15 to 9.75 ,,1!

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Shaving Mirrors from 3.00 to 4.50 jJi ,


Furnishings Name on Every Genuine Mattress.
Shoes Tabourettes from .65 to 2.00


Comfortable, Durable, Sanitary 2.80 ;
Jardiniers from .65 to

7 Coft of living HAS gone up. But every dollar spent withus f N

than now ever for before.It furniture. will buy more quality and vastly more beauty Card Tables from 3.50 to 4.00 i

1 1LAbD. used to be thought that all BEAUTIFUL furniture had to

be very expensive. That is no longer true. Sewing Tables from 1.40 to 6.50 ,

Float DA There ARE makes of inexpensive furniture that embodya

surprising amount of beauty and good tafte. and Solid ::;, II
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make business of-always buying from Book
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for the consist of everything to
Our purchases season
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n; Bur Many; 'f Friends i : 'l day Published, from THE every December GAZETTE-NEWS evening 1 to except April CO.1?, .in-by Peninsula Store Variety 'I i. WE SELL ,: i: H



T. E. FITZGERALD Editor.C. Exceptional DAYTONA BEACH.-y-sHving FLA. | Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of i 0 4

We beg to announce that we are Sole Agents on the East Coast for famous < Values in lubricating oils on the market. t .
Editor.
I E. & W. brand Collars, Cuffs and Shirts. We feature "Redman Brand" 1 I S. HARRIS City Enamel Ware :

Collars, 2 for 25c., all styles and quarter sizes, made by Earl & Wilson. 1LUIRY L. ROOD, Adv. Manager i i 0

I NOTE-Our aim has always been to show the beet merchandise ob- I GUO. F CROUCH. Superintendent. Japanese China i WE REPAIR ..

tainab e. In offering the above for your consideration we are positive our Entered as second class matter Laces *.

aim is true, for "E. & W." merchandise is the best that skilled labor can I December 1, 1910, at the postofficeat Ribbons : Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. f .T Greatly

\ Florida, under Act of
Daytona .
Opposite Webster's Grocery Store : f
manufacture.ANTHONY March 3, 1879. I I
I Seabreeze Ave. .

BROS.Home ---- - .
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of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes A Hum ni<

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!i By Rail and River Ni a
: : Toast Your Bread
.: AUTOMOBILES FOR. RENT. TO flan I'hone'ali.ndon Exchange. :. I r i" Minutes 'f

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ATLANTIC COAST LINE. ..Wr.Wr''Uiiri..WiW rrrwrrrrwmrrr rs: south or north, leaving it to the ---- :


JUST GOSSIPBY I listener will to be guess found whether north or tis!south number of:- :i- ELECTRIC TOASTERS J i Allselected

to the East 1
Best-Service
THE GOSSIPER. Volusia avenue. Isn't is jus; as easy a

/Leave Jacksonville...... ... 7JtOa.ni.Arrive : is4'';""Nm1.lm!m..yYNAmNmnmN., >>? to say "Soutih' Palmetto," or North ANDIRONS !
Palmetto' Limited. Savannah.. .... ll.56a.ni. Z
Augusta...... ... ... tt.flop.m. Business men of Daytona shouldbe Palmetto, as "Palmetto. help use
DAILY. Carrying& through& Coaches, Charleston .. .. ...... 4.:7 .p.m. +++ .
. thankful that the agitation fora
Richmond 4.30 a.m. with allfinest
Electric-Lighted Pullman Drawing& Room .' Washington: ::':::.:" .:: I K.wa.in.( : |
board of trade has reached the "The next time that mutt:( drivesup
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Sleepers, Dining& Cars. Jacksonville to .. Baltimore W. Philadelphia..... ...11.\5 A.lita.m.few :\ n.in. climax of calling a mass meeting to.. to the curb in front of 'my place J. B. GARRISON The Electrician. Phone 71 i CjSumr
York. \ New York. .. ' .. 150 p.m.
form such an organization and headed in the wrong direction I am i :

Hew York and Florida Special. Daily Except Sunday. Xn.v< there should not be one among the going to have him pinched" said a .. Me ...
Leave Jacksonville..... ..... .. . l.K/p.m. :.......
of this popular train de Luxv. business absent prominent business
Description men from the gathering man the other
Havaanab .. .... ... . . b.i n1. I
train consists of Pullman Drawing .. p.
This ... ... ... .. .. ----
Charleston M: pn1. when it is called order day. "The ordinance
to at city
"Room, Htatw Room.Hleeplnp, Plnlnn and LI. : requiresall
cars, heatfd by IItt8111.A h't'Richmond............. .......... '.J'' U1 .
brary-Observation Washington..Io.Sa.m.; 8 o'clock Wednesday evening in the I vehicles to take the right side ' ........
equipped with the new hhth.serdbrakes.and .. Baltimore..... .. .... ..........11.37a.m.: I .
to brilliantly; lighted throughout by eleetrlctty. city halL There is no one thing ; of the street, and by jingo, that
speclallights being provided for each ".. West Philadelphia. ..... .... ..an p.m. ;; i l r
berth Affording perfect comfort In writing New York. Ptnn. K. R. more needed for the upbuilding of I i j mutt will obey the ordinance or pay BOND LUMBER COMPANY .
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Hta.,7th Ave. Mt.
p.m.
or lor reading at night.Florida : the city than a live civic body and I a fine for violating it, if there is : .
Leave ............ j I Manufacturers ol .
Jacksonville
and West Indian Limited. Arrive.. Savannah. ............... 0.15a.m.1.20 p.m every business .man and citizen I any possible way to enforce the ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER tLalht. .
Augusta ... ...... ... ... BJjO p.m. should lend every possible assistance law, or I'll quit business in Daytona." .
DAILY. Carrying i Through Coaches, (Charleston.. . .. 5.40p.m. I. Shiofles. Flooring Ceiling. Brick, Lime and Cement in StockiIlic. .
I [ in making the society a suc The "mutt" in question was the .
Electric-L1ghted Pullman Drawing Room Rchmond..5.1II1t.m.! ...... ..... J ( .- n:1l l'nnlnlii.t'uu.t: flalwx'xud firanR'Avr. .
Washington ti.4Ha.in. cess. There will be room enough at the chauffeur at the wheel of an Cone
i Bleeping& Cars Dining Cars. Jacksonville ".. BHltlmore W.Pblhult'lpbla..l1..oap.m............1II.IIIt.m. the wheel for everybody to push automobile owned by one of the 5 'Phone 83. R. J. MALBY. Manager. | ..

I to. New York. *. New York .. .. ....... J.I. p.m. and with everybody pushing a little prominent visitors from the north. .................................................... .r

Coast Line Florida Mail. I Leave Jacksonville ............. "iP.m.1 the work will be easy. The call for Here's hoping he does get "pinched," ..
Arrl\e.. Havunnah..... .... .....11'! 5 H.III. I ire meeting is not directed at for who .
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches Charleston. : ......... ;,.''''H.III. mass 'I any person does not know j
and Electric-Lighted Drawing Room ( :, Richmond 11.4sh1ngton ..........II".I.lp.lII. any one class of pt'opltbut i ic directed I the differnec-e between the right and eoM.... ............ ..........,........... : White 1]
Sleeping Curs. Jacksonville to New York. .. P.,It I more. .:...:...:. l.Mu.iu;}>vnl.: to all who have the interestsof left side of the street has no Iii ..

J stops! at Meal Htatlon :: W. PhlliidelphlaNew: .. .... IH.1II.. the city at heart. The businessmen j cense to be driving an automobile; The, Prj."
York T.lJa.ni.Best : Pail L'rar.
Local Sleeper Jacksonville to Savannah. of course, are the ones most j Iin Dayiona.j IA .
HALF CENT AN
Trains to the West. vitally interested and any businessman i j ..

who i is not at the gathering -
present **
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'. hotel men find the h Da) ly : ......I IF IT
No. 8%. South Atlantic Limited : No. ::13. : ; or any business firm \vhi--h :,; News
I ay-ul 5h Montgomery_Route z;; :::i'tf.i a profitable medium for advertising
ti I I8.Upm not represented may be jus'ly entitled I and if S. II. Moseley:I will rail:I II I I

Lv .Jnck"on'IIIt' Ar R..W pin I.iSpii' .; !r.,.. .IIH.kO.II lIh..Ar'' 74iau, to admission to the class of at the Daily News office before ioj I HOUR .......It
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r 1..188111 Ar. Atlantll LvIinv :! pin vs',tin ,:\r ;\1"l\tlol\.r Lv'. 'i.:+l ," .
pin "dead onen not interested in th.*
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M.40pm Ar..tarulviii. .1. H.COItIll :.1apn Ar..liiroringhain....Lv -IlIp"l: tiorrow night be will be Jll't-'tot'af! dtwo I .
l..uiam Ar ...IlIdlunIlIKII..... Lv -I.IIIUIII ... 1 .
Y 7.4apni Ar .Xa..h\lIl. .!;; unbuilding of the city and not caring .
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with
,; tU6pm Ar.1nelnnnti.. ..Lvk.iniiii"' 1.1111111I r..hvaii; ,Iii.. . ,' i tickets to the C'ryst:! Tinter .
.,j 'I,10um Ar.. ..... ('hkllgo ... ..I.v, "i.fiipin, I ;....11111I .r......rtt.IA ui.I..1.,. :1airpn I.'UIIIII' whether Daytona forges aheador .
I 9.ain: :Ar..r1ilrago..l.t iIpn, lags behind. This is a movementto i 1S
will for all the electric !
I put Daytona on the map as the pay
xo W. !. Dixie Flyer Route I No, tf.-.. II No. I' I Semiuole\imited I Xu. v;. prettiest, livliest and IH..t city of t Jan. 23 In' American History.1S1George .. -

r 11-I:-- .-I-'I8.25pm its size in the south and it need 4 Clymer. "signer"f for : = current a Westinghouse at .. ''
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11.46 Ar..I.vanwlltr.: I.,' t
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pili thin III"1 Ar Blrlll Inn 1..1111 Lv'4.4npu1 11S.caused railroad blockade lasting I .
fI..ulam .1., ..... a .
Ar..Chlrago. !
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7.20auAr....... t..ouhf.. ... 1.1 f..5 put i ..:.' -\ ......Si. J.ul Lv'll.I' tolau, 1m 110man)' people are there in a month. .
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Daytona who do not know that Vo'ueia 18roUePhillips Brooks Episcopal II requires, will relieve'il .
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-, For Rates, Pullman Rescrvatbqs and Information Call on or WriteA. avenue: is the: dividing line, north I bishop died; born 183:;. .

W. FRITOT Division Pass. Al. W. D. STARK. Trarelin Pas Afit.JACKSONVILLE. and south, of all the cross streets: ? 1910( -Ezra Kendall, popular comedian you entirely of that fatiguing I 0S

138 WEST BAY STREETSeminole . . . . FLA. If a canvas was to be made for an- died at MartlnsvIIle, Ind.; born
swers to this question it i j" a. cinch 1SC1. John It. Walsh, convicted pedaling. It will also I Iil .. .:
Chicago banker began: a five year il .
bet ti5; : per cent of the people know
sentence In the federal prison at .
LimitedSOLID Steamers U.S.A.Constitution. lusia this and avenue also know Ridgewood that north is called of Vo- Leavenworth, Kan.ASTRONOMICAL. enable you to sew much I ........j

TRAIN t'"
AND North Kidgewood and :south of Volu- \
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EVENTS. ', !
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Electric Lighted Throughout. __ sia it is called South Ridgewood. Yet : faster. 1 .
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.) :1 .
p15 rfI every day you hear people give an Sun sets 5:03.: rises 7:13: moon rises!" 1I. ..
are now running betweenDAYTONA address: asMl14 Ridgewood. or Palmetto visible low
2:31: a. m.; planet Mercury I.I I. .
i or Beach, w'thout affixing the I In southeast at dawn. .

1 1I MttisswCxTw i and I I The Schantz Electric Ice ...

I, 4ILRO o PALM BEACHREPUBLIC Is--........... .............. ........o.e.oo.-I i ..
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]. U A ), ST. L LOUIS {Southern Railway i ii e.s..sc..es.eoeaow.oeoe..a..eea.s..sse.e..o..... ....

: AND ALL POINTS BEYOND.Oliwrvation .
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Ar.Ar. Ht.'hlfiiy IxniK j 7:1.1:::.'11 n.a. III.nl.Fort.l.rplag .. II ST. AUGUSTINEwill I 4 == Fast Vestibule 1 Trains Daily ==41i j PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA I ...
-.ii rxatUMi-anil railroad maintain their regular Palmetl
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i Leaving Daytona Saturdays and i .......l
I Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. i JACKSONVILL ] i iII HOWE NEW miles south of Daytona ORANGESIf
and is an ideal spot reached tht-
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bound South. I
from Daytona by a hard surface road \ i \ I u -t +>ra w
I: =og ='01] I Leaving Palm Beach Saturdays "The Florida Special" 7:40: a. m. i ii CURRIERFLORIDA I i iI winding through one of the most picturesque I :l PI'\|.! at ..I.1
of Florida. j
and I II parts Point Grove
Tuesdays at 9:00
: a. m. II .
The Attractive Way bound North. "The Southern's Southeastern Limited" 9:00: a. m. I With its ancient ruins dating back I far J I-It.-iIi..nil In.dllllllh'rHrltnJ .
I :: to a time when the history of man j I .
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: i "The Florida Limited" 8:05: p. m. i LANDS runneth not interlaced with wires I! I. he. I.. ....tin tllf r.
of the modern and telephone tat"
telegraph -
i North and West McCOY BROTHERS "The Atlanta-Jacksonville Special" 8:50: p. m.Pullman i SEW KI.MKII'AM. -IYH.\\: A its miles of shell)) streets as i I (iro\t situated It m. .. SitufOcean,
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I hard and smooth as a floor and overarched from Daytona on .
are Iarg
0Ii .......................... I. LEIDERSDORFResident by hoary forest giants that i the limy l rna)ay Road.lona-New .. vice *sOD -

South Atlantic Limited I i iI I. Agent grew in stately grandeur during the I I Prices Moderate : applj
: STEAMERS and lapse of bygone centuries. New
Town
Drawing Room Sleeping Cars to Atlanta Ashrillc, Cincinnati FERD ....."

Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. Chicago, Cleveland Colorado Springs, Detroit, Louisville and New York. I Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNrroprietor
A solid through train daily : Uncle Sam andCherokee I I i I Property and rest. '

For Cincinnati I All nature here is inviting to
& Louisville very
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I Through electric lighted sleeper 0 .: .: 1 SOUTHERN RAILWAY DINING CARS .1.1II I I the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here .. OltFresb

; K.S.HALEY too is to be found the best fishing and ;: .
To Indianapolis & Grand Rapids FOR THE 10"1111"10I : I \ : .
hunting in the state of Florida. I
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1 1 Bay' General The people are thrifty the business : mlAmeric

Dixie Flyer I Tomokan i I II City Ticket i Office 108 West Street, Jacksonville. Florida II Hardwareand men enterprising and all unitein rN

0 I : I I i extending the; welcome hand of .
: .J.JN t MKKK.: : : PKTTIT.
'o Leave Jacksonville 8:25 pm. : A. I.. I'. A.. A'lanta. ta. I I'. \ Ja.-k.InvtI.. Flu.' hospitality to strangers. There are : r
A solid thtigh train daily i L Builder's five church edifices for white people ; :......
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For ChicagoMontgomery I i -----==- Supplies, and an equal number for the colored
j : : Furnitureand I population; the town has an excel I

o I. : ..............................1000.000.0000000000.0 lent high school. a splendid public .....
and Sat-
1 Every Tuesday .
Route i library aad up-to-date business .
o .' :i i. Undertaking : .
1 ur aY..ln"anuary. .A PI IwaY n id ii,'. htI : houses. e .
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Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pin. a' I ( ;I. Fl..rutt.: I "tly
I New There number of
Smyrna are pretty
any
sleeper daily I i : ___ !I SS
Drawing room
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v') & St. Louis Ii ?!
j For Evansville 0 i which numbers close to 2000. arid 0
(uraf h 'I ; THE +i I some very hoe winter residences. STATE BANK .S
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o Dining Cars on all trains i INLET AND I t atiltInd uu'e.. OCEA N I 110 USE S[!I There arc good hotels and boardinghouses ..FNEW ..

woolI.unl where yon can find accommodation 1 ......
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For full particulars I
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'1,111rtiw F. W. SAMS I : to meet your requirements.

B. WALKER Fla. Pass. Agent i i I''!", "I'I" 1.1 I "I I: .. i Adjoining New Smyrna is as tine a JOHN I \MMOM<< )
0 NEW SMYRNA : 1 : '
i Rates: j i section of vegetable: laud as can be'oirid 1.1" 111\1",; : .......
o anywhere. This land has been .
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Louisville&NashvilleRailroad .. ... G 53.00 Day i .
+ I",..:. per do :Ill.:il! lute small tarn A,Inch! : can .
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Every Monday and Fri- .
J : .1.1 of' Special per be l-ousht: at reasonable SoncAI. .
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'I 0o A = Hui..!.'I I:.: .' ,j .I .L I..I t I. 'I'-: '. t. Banking ..
118 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE U[] J Leaves: Ferry Dock at 9 a. m. Write or Inquire on the Pr;:n'ses, Nc 39 South RiJjcwood Avenue. i ., -: t .1..:._ 1. 't'' Business '1
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..e.: f. ..................................... ........ - I Mr. and Mrs.\ John J. Scan'on, of ..................................................:

ffh \\D I Archibald, Pa., are at The Osborne.

1 HOTEL DESPLAND !i l I on Orange avenue. This is Mr. and !HOTEL CLARENDON :

i NEWS OF THE HOTELS.: :Mrs. Scanlon's first visit to Day- :
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it kinds of : : tona and l they are very much: pleased : : U: ",; SEABREEZE :

I Daytona Florida I with tote city. : FLORIDA J
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i NOW OPEN Dr. and Mrs. H.V.. Cook arrived
t : .. Absolutely
W. J. Bradford, a prominent! paper Saturday afternoon :' I LI ;

4 L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. : manufacturer of Chicago, and his lis.: ., l : Fireproof |

t wife are guests at The Bennett.F. parents :Mr. and Mrs. William Cook .

lition.ISTERS. s : Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all : .;I at the Despland hotel. Dr. Cook is : :
: Modern D. :Miller of Birmingham, Ala., a cousin of Mrs. H. Y. Stillman o":' Now Open :
0 Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every 4
division passenger agent for the Illinois this cit.r.Hecent. .
: Convenience. Send for Booklet. i
A Central railroad at : :
is a guest I Booking Offices:
: CONCERTS DAILY. : the Despland Hotel. 1 arrivals! at Schmidt's Hotel Seabreeze. Florida E. L. POTTER. PresidentW. .

t include II. P. Robbins TiUrvii: ; : Blackstone Chicago :
Bummer Address: ATLANTIC HOUftK( Narrapans-ett! Plc:. Rhode Island. : Walliam ; 1180 Broadway New York W. S. KENNEY Manager .
.Mrs.: James W. Clark and daughter: I I H. Yates, Memphis, Tenn.; I. .
.........i :tiHNN...N........................................: are here for the remainder. of the 'i C. A. Leene, C. M. Beilbj- DeLand; .....................................................

winter and will be guests at the :: Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Corpe Providence Qoaaeaa ..oaaaaaaac .aaaaaaaaaeoaaaeatLocated

................................................... Despland until May. ', R. I.; j. x. Henry and wife i i .a.t..oga..I.n..n. in the Most Beautiful

1: Taronto, Can.; J. Toensfelt' Jackson
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i Guests registered at the Devpland ville. Spot on the Halifax River ...
4 THE RIDGEWOOD
Include G. A. TIuss, Lansford, X. D.; -- JOHN J. McGUIRE. Proprietor.

t i Mark Baechtel Oakland Cal.; J. H. The Willmer an advertisement of j ; T1TE INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or Ea Suite with Bath. No better i ij

E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. i Burr and wife, Delfei, Ind. which now appears among the j | Florida. Table of the best of everything in season. Terms as reasonable lI)

other hotels in the Daily News columns I I' the service will permit given on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No, 112aasaaaeaaaaaaeaeaeaeeaaaaeaaaaeaoeeaaaaoaaaaaaaaa

NOW OPEN. i ii Dr. Henry W. Cook of Minneapolis I i is one of the hotels of the I a* -
at the Despland. Dr. I city
is a guest that .has grown to its present I

\ i Cook came here to join his father proportions from modest be I . ... ....
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6 All departments managed by white Northern help, ,
and mother, who have been here for ginning. W. C. Branch, the pres-

S i selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white 4 some time. ent proprietor and a right good fellow THE BENNETT

the house. The : made such a success.th the !
used table will be
: help throughout supplied A. E. Smith of Boston, who is in- small house which he purchased and i oNE:\ OKTIIK: Li.VIHN:\ IIOTKIJ' OT

; with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the s stalling the laundry apparatus at the I: first conducted that last season he IA.''TOXslc*LOIlIDA : I
Hotel Clarendon and T. E. Batteyof I .
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finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, : remodeled and greatly enlarged t.hoe 4 .
one T1 i Providence R. I., are stopping at building, making it practically a new TKNN1CCU'KTK

4e Summer address Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. i The Bennett. I house throughout. It is a very comfortable I, L:::: ....... .............................SN.J '

..................................................... ., house, with moderate rates I I. ..
Recent arrivals at the R.dgewood: 0 e0.0 NN 000.N00.isaaeaaaaaaeoaxTHE ..................
and Mr. Branch makes a special i
1N Hotel include Mrs. A. Kilmer, Philadelphia I
feature of the table. :Mre. Branch : I
O.S...Sr D.....................fi0....ir.O.....r.N.r.ti.roiV .. ; R. Sankup New York; R. I personally looking after this depart- PROSPECT i
W. Johnston Ingram Pa., and G. M I. I I

r ANY !!! : THE PRINCE GEORGE : Hodsdon, Boston. ment. !II 109 South Ridgewood Ave. I I
I i i 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R R. station and Post-office.

: DAYTONA, FLORIDA : Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Haas of Atlanta mm A. tmnw t "" Steam Heat.

ER i : Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors : Ga., are spending the month of l P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor. 1

Stock e January at The Bennett. Mr. Haan I 000eee, .......... .................-.....--.......0
r PASSED AM THIS MORNING. - - -
0: -U Conceded to be the best situated' Hotel in this section. r- is one of the most prominent insur- ....................N...............................
Manager ance men in the Georgia capital.Mr. E
Two hundred foot Halifax River.
frontage on
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.... ..: 0 HOTEL SENECA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. t
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WELL KNOWN WINTER RESIDENT
: Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : and :Mrs E.V.. Centner of J OKNKK: IHTVNP: II ---- ------- --
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: Steam Heat Throughout. : Guilford Me: are among the guests DIED AT HIS HOME ON NORTH ENTIRELY NEW. .

in Dining Room. Will Remain until 1st at the Despland. This ia the first! 4* .
White
;: Help Open May : trip south for :Mr. and Mrs ie.ntn.tT I RIDGEWOOD AVENUE T HS! : Albert Bennett Proprietor C R. Bennett, ManagerA :

-. Th> Print' (.:.-org. IMr K tlionly l Inndlnz i In I'nvUna fort.! .Auj.u-tln.-and -. and they are delighted: with: the MORNING. : Nit. fine" lay MiI'toi'1','! ItiiniiiiiL'W t. r. !-tt.unll.iit gad I'liom In h':\"i\ :

: Palm Bench outh.l Particularsltli plfu..iir.. rUr Florida climate !t' Ittxnn.: l1'luh !oW 1'j j-. Tliroin.li.ut .
ANte I William A. Langworthj', fl ther of '
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Ii Same Management as THE BRISTOL, Asbury: Park. N. J. : Dr. and Mr:. Theo. II. Lmmerz Ur.V.. I Laagworthj: died: lh-

of Jersey City and their two sons morning about tf o'clock, at his iesideHte ........*............................................
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ha\e armed fron th.9 north and will on North lgoKl a< nijf.Mr. H H. MANWILLER. Proprietor t
i- ivinain i iii I Inntona for .hI' rot erf LaiiK\\oithwh< gas in his : NEW SEASIDE INN DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA : }

iI .................................................d... the winter. The party ** s.oppmg; ninetieth year had been spendingthe :
: This new and select family hotel has just been enlarged and rcfu;uislied :
iI I at the i D'->-i>laiid.Mr winter.; m this city fur the pZ c-> : .
for the 1910-11 to meet the ol its
season requirements growing patronage.
i i I ::.". years, having tome to l lJ;,>toii.i in!
THE NEW GABLES : Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths Electric and Gas Lights Cali Bells :
-,. .1.I S'ocum Lansing Mich., )!<< ii I : Rates $2.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rales on Application :
:-Miv Thomas lurlhy1;\ rs. ;M.\ !? HidsevXKl aeuue and the dHW' n; .
: i Simiin-" i I' -\.hl.! .. --; llo'lM. : I.K I I ti! h\: '.\U 1K:: <>i .ill Ore\'Ii.:' I.I .
: _. Daytona, Fla. "Ford and child and :Miss\ Edith "Foid year Vrectetl the house which he bas .
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i I recent gUffiS at The Bennett, are since occupied during the muter _
S w NEW HOUSE CENTRALLY = ---- --- -------- -- -- -
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;e .d, ; LOCATED. EVERY MOD. now located in the Rogers cottage months. 0......0.........N............N...NN.1..o NN
: ERN CONVENIENCEj : at the corner of Orange and Palmetto Airs. angxvorthy died in ISUJ;j and
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>r : ; t COMFORT. :. streets. since that time he has made his> If "The Ivy Lane Inn"A i

home with his son. Dr.V.. I I'.

1 : f Steam Heat Throughout : Among the guest, stopping at the Ijangworthy.)'. and \\fce, who have a.I ..-

e ,t Prince George Hotel are Otto \Viss- I (Oinpanied him to DaytU.na fir the 4 High Grade House, catering to the most particular people. Central location. "

: 1 1 S.H.MOSELEY. : npr Brooklyn; Mr and ;Mrs.\ Sholtz winter season : : $3.00 and $4.00 per day-$17.50 and higher per week. :

f. 1 : Proprietor. : and child, Brooklyn; X. J. Brown I The deceased had been iu faul

: _'_ _ Tht Arlington TlioiiMiiul nil : New York; Miss Belle Simpson Leon good health for u man 01 his: advanced : Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor i
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;o 1 US Simpson, HO 'r.s\'iJe.! Tenn; Fred years until about two montiis

1I 1.... Scans, Xicholas\ille, Ky. ago, when he began to fail rapidl .0...........o.0.fe..e0000000e.e...oSM..0t..o0
thL .aiaBaiaiaiaBeBaBaiaiaiaiaoaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiiiTHE Funeral) services will be held at

1I I The guests at the Desplaud Hotel the residence atoO:!:: o'tlotk toinor THE SEVILLE E. H. PURDY, Prop. f I l

.........U.......................................... include Mr and :Mr. Henry X. Hob row afternoon and the body will be I Daytona, -- Florida '
.
I Lie of Montgomery,' Ala. Mrs and shipped Wednesday, } momma; to W<'sterly. -
GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON.
: : :Mrs. Hobble are spending their H. I., for interment, ati<.mpanietl i
HAMILTON Surrounded by Spacious Grounds, in the most delightful part of the City I I
U honeymoon in F'onda: and enjoying by Dr. Langworthy. I li'.
I'i I The guests receive the best the markets afford in the dining room, and every
S their stay in this balmy 'atmosphere.Mr. and Mrs: angwcrthy' have a lane: i comfort and convenience that a well regulated hotel can otter to the publicaaaaaaaaaaeeaaa i
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L Ice .. : Hobbie it, a wholesale grin ery in'le ol friends: in ths: I'AV aral: v i .aaaaaae9aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaoa...aaaea
.- and feed dealer in :MontgomeryJiiMts : 'int: who sympathize; w.th;t tiem.n
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: Steam Heat Electric Lights; Electric Bells U (: who have rt'l'f'u.U.rl>;;.*>- .5 The Cleveland 1 DAYTONA, FLA. Under new iraiiaijenient Q w

.J teu-d at the Hotel 1 Clarendon include i WHEAT SHADE LOWER; : Ctntrjllv located :ood; table :

: Elegant Rooms, with without Baths Dr and Mrs F II, Murdock Stu' i HOGS SHOW DECLINE. 0 andl-ct"f"'T\l i ut sti.m 1:c.>t and ;; F
W J. SIMPSON, Prop
SU ;gust irse, MKS Freebwp, Cincinnati; ff f CHICAGO, Jan. lM::; -\\"In at .\as",. ..1ha a. electric lights. Ri. "( nal'k rate--. .. I'Sd jh

i .. MrF. M. ilu h T and son, \.'++ > ". Max w, s quo( >.'. ...ore..roto..Sare..r.ootoooo.eotoaoro..ror.ea.ro.
York tit\' S. l. ieb and NS I'otisinn.: ,' duo'r i --- -- -- ---
: : ; njaiuiin : at 1 I \v H 01." -- -
MRS. I I. M. MABBETTE, Proprietor \\ ;'ii. X.\\ York City; II. p. \Vaer-: I on lit 1 ,-i-fn' to I I". t">'ni!.. tJ.-< : 't' .n ..09SCIIa..I OH..wioa veNeeM.o..o.esoee.... 1

._ II Deluul: .all Mr. und| Mr.. M. S, hosCattle w''rt v.-.uh: inou ,<::. : .
DAYTON\; ; FLORIDASCHMIDT'S : !
: Palmetto Avenue THE AUSTIN I'I
Land 'rlin. Norfo'! V.i f r.The"

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GANGES ..................................................... -- ---- --- --- OVERLOOKING TEE HALIFAX DAYTONA. FLORIDA J a!

want the G. \\', SWAN. 1 Proprietor,
yuu The Willmer OSBORNE :
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int Grove : HOTEL : I Comfortable Rooms Rooms Only Modern Cenienienv.es50c 1
theltedlnndln- Excellent Table ., 75c. and $1.00 per day -------=-=- --- ------ -- I 'i)
in Ittverurnnge, : Schmidt, Proprietor, Daytona, Florida :: Rates Moderate I. J250 to $6.00 per week > 'if i
[I. heat in the Henry I I c aeaeao>aaa.Bc.aaa.e.+.oeaaaeaaaeaecaaaaaaa.aaoaa.aa
fie : Situated on the bank of the Hafifax River one mile from Atlantic A i 312 So Palmetto Ave., Daytona Fla. Steam Heated Rooms 11 Orange Ave
e situated llm.Daylona S Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms U I I I THE MRS. D. J. UMMINGS.I ;
on are large airy, and nearly all have sunny exposure. The cnisine and ser S PINES Pro ''i

rna)aytona.New Road. .: on vice application.is admirable. Rates $3.00 per day and up. Special rates for families : i i' .- .-.................................................... I An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct r J i SRI
Ices Moderate U .
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)RDMANN 338 South Ridgewood Avenue DAYTONA FLORIDA.I t

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I Proprietor i Same management: as the New Magnolia A-bury Park, N. J. S I

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:.: THE MAGNOLIA LARGE 113 South SUNNY Ridgewood ROOMS.Avenue. ::iil I I'I --- -- -- --- .-- -- - l .!



: Fresh milk vegetables and fruit on the place. Pumice heat RATES: S2.CO per : SOUTHLAND 'F" a New Book, t I
: day aad up; $12.00 per week and up. : .
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: MRS. CELESTE HINKS, Proprietress. : i
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New Ownership and Management t 1
S American Plan Always open "I I
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[ a a; : : :,, : ,,:,i., :. YV.l>almB:a.h 7. .. :: I W I e', are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin
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General : Well Known and Popular DA\ TONA. FLORIDA I
I China and Orangewood, New and ,
Banking t : Overlooking; the Beautiful Halifax RiverA :I ; I
Business Homelike and ComtoitiMe Hous rir-t t Chiin all RespectC. '. .; i This schedule is published as a matter of news to readers ot t I Exclusive Novelties.M i
the Daily News and not as an 1 1I ill
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I ..' ., .:.:,". ::: .' : '" .;r '7"J-t,: r f Proof of Fair".... l> PERSU
: =--. j jI I ORMOND-ON-THE-HALIFAX I
'B-- .. r4' A frown develop on the counte I 1
..I .(Ut... .; nance.of the new patient a* bp stud: I -1
fJ. .. <,,,:!.?::!'A.: \' We' Are Rapidly Passing The MorvCf
.' "" "'':::" : &TOfA led the bill the physician bad banded I ORMOND Is 6 miles ;lltrop MorIn
''''ir ( in with
ff'.. him. "What do you mean." be at nofthof Daytona, meatORMOND .

=, length snorted, "by charging, me S'Jj :i Into the Age of located on, the west Egypt
!, gbeesh excel
. ; HalifaxRlrvr.
I for a two weeks' treatment wh 'u youI bank of the
I The location' tt e dered. Item
I charged Handerson only $10 for a
of the town permits attempt at
LABREEZE and DAYTONA I treatment extending over the same i I Fraternalism.
ofgooddratnageandperfect: the stipulate
CHAS. F. BEACH two enterprising and DAYTONA length; of time*" sanitation; ,
hi
progressive towns on the Halifax "If you mean that I am not Impartial : after you
BURGMANTHE Peninsula, are geographicallyone BEACH In my ohargeV/ retorted the IJrJ*-I By Dr. LYMAN ABBOTT. Editor or the Outlook. I the rh elevation and ideal Is su-for 4; tbe bargainto
I
I II UK old Ion did tbe ]
although incorporated as sepa PHARMACYJames ,i fling: dodor.I want you to dKtlm-tly winter homes.! A not no out In the prate
rate municipalities. The towns par I h always toll
rrU-iuirjou'linnd
; understand that you have absolutelyno >> wide bridge connects -

REAL allel for a the distance peninsula of from north three and and south one- F. Dobbin ,I foundation for.. your Insinuation!. I i! 7n E are passing out of the final stages of imlividnalism Ormond with n 10 The..th.
ESTATE half to four miles, and extend east ProprietorDAYTONA BEACH ordered HandersoiTto eat three square "" and into a great era of fratornalism. Orinond Many fine Beach.homes w I. re no such Winter corn.fortalle clamorousthanks and

and west from the surging seas of meals a day while 1 forbade you to comp rounds HS lie
MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything UlluRnyOarrlt eat more than one light luU( b. .Now. Year after year, century after .ire maintained on "Ionl the Miorrs* pected for
First -ither side of the the 111111 fit X. friend cj
River, the beautiful tide water Class d Drug In a Store I sir. If you will add the cost of Il1udpf' J' "r 2 century, humanity has struggled through its devious tlv,T,most of them I.nr's Ft"IIFRA these A rules
FO.R stream that sets them apart from son's meals to my charge of $10 and subtropical
surrounded by -
with which they have close Our Prescription lanes to into this great road to the happen. As
Daytona t emerge
SEABREEZE11LMANS Department 1 Complete compare the result' with the rest of ; flora andhrubberybesrdes
communion by means of three In every I your meals plus my charge of $:3 you .; plains of fraternalism. And here, we are and there + 1 ALL ON tie mud vlllf
well half-hour ferry Respect!
bridges, as a3 a he
OPERA BOUSE will obtain such proof of my e]nitable- '4 .. thrifty orange and OK'KIn: TO ro pare
service. 'Phone1 :< we are going. other citrus fruit (half a cent
,
Those 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are ness that you if you are a man will .
essentially summer and winter resorts humbly apologize to me for your unkind Let us consider now how this is to come to pa-; tree IACONTHORNTON 1 nled by oth

and are making hundreds of I and unwarranted attack."-Obi. -this fraternalism. It is not true that religion .attractions-excel.Ormond has many of the villa!
BRANCHNICHOLSON friend then]
SON TA6 new friends every year among those I I cage News. I tent automoblllag, i
; who desire to escape the discomforting -] & ., is simply a matter between the individual and his ,ood fishing, safe cents)
and
and cold,
of heat fall
Tbey
extremes Foiling Fakir.A There is social obligation trotting< and many ORMONDIK
INVSTMENTCOMPANY[ their hotels and boarding houses God. It is a social matter. a HO and
story used to bo told at Cairo of pleasant drives.At !. IN ANY WAYINTERESTED or
are now receiving splendid patronage FEED AND LIVERY connected with an individual's religion Ormond Beach before. W
the most discriminatingclass Sir Richard Owen during one of his
from
of tourists. STABLE sojourns In Egypt The great naturalist I Four of the Ten Commandments concern the duties of a man to his Is located the large IS PROPERTY IN lion to go
and
Hotel Ormond
ters. They]
The ocean itself, with its marvelous All Orders Given was seated in the shade on the veranda I ORMONIOR
Desirable beach, hard as macadam and Prompt Attention at Sbeppt>ard's hotel when the fellow man. One-half of religion deals: with man's duty to his fellowman Iretton ts lesser! Inn.sister,The the ORMOND. RKAOHII. : and became
floor, is the greatest attraction i Will Give Your afraid WE" f'
smooth a
as
Locations in Careful Drivers! Inevitable snake charmer came to him ormer occupies Ii Business.
although earth, air and sky FamHtar with Roads Prompt wanted hln
any part of seem to have entered into a combi- i and produced from his bag a lively Jesus Christ said that the kingdom of God is at hand. Jesus said, oiltlon overlooking Attention began to Ini
SeabreezeOffices charm. specimen of the horned asp-the deadly the Halifax and I
its
nation to enhance every
The beach is the famous automobilerace E.A.BRANCHReal cerastes. The professor gazed and. I "Thy will be done on earth as it i is: in heaven." It is the function of the Utter has as Its They foil'experiment

course where every world'sstraightaway Estate Agent nothing daunted stopped and pluckedthe of God here on earth. That I outlook the ma?nl. '
Evansvllle, made I the Christian religion to create a kingdom ih tint beach and the ly had we
Indians: and record has been Beach Cottages horns from the head of the reptile broad Atlantic. JAS.J CARNEUORMOND elers witbbeggars

Seabreeze,Florida and all these records' it continues to aHpeciaityI ( wriggling at his feet remarking to a is fraternalism. I Besides the broad FLA.Manufacturer at

hold The without beach has rivalr-a width of 300 to bystander that the man would probably I The remedy for that sectarianism. that individualism produces lies .smooth beach there of may help yjcharacter. |

think twice before trying to palm ire many drives for Pure Home-Made
500 feet and can be used from two in fraternalism .-
II BURDICK hours after until two hours before' SELDEN'S I off upon any one else a harmless I carriages! and automobiles GUAVA JELLY
toward fraternal- around Ormond
CONTRACTORand high tide, thus giving; an average of DAYTONA BEACH snake as a cerastes by the aid of a i Co-operation in a common work is the on1wa" -\
drives and
BUILDER seven or eight hours for automobil- couple of fish bones. With anybodyelse I Love is the that us forward to the great to MARMALADES AND' LA!
Cottages Specialty Dry Goods, Shoes, ism. only power can: urge i through groves of TROPICAL
of each day. I
ing some part
the charmer would probably have
,
Correct
Estimates furnishedAll Seabreeze and Daytona Beach each 1.len's goal of the coming Love th.neighbor as thyself. And we arc ()ltI..nornnge8; PRESERVES For Their
Work Guar- Wear succeeded He bad tried It on the age. I drives through tropic Special Attention to
anteed.Seabreeze have a permanent 1500.population Sanitary of ordi-approximately Aetoss. from wrong man. I' co-operating in a common work. The force of many ages has pushedus i il forests to Hpan- Family Orders I
,Florida The tot'u"It.lt' Inn I-h ruins; drives tothe HIOHUT AWABM AnI'lInAm..rh'lIn Little La|
f nances arc striUly enforced, stree's I forward to this goal. Everywhere we see the hand of co-operation ancient Oause- .:-- few month
ltlon
UuJTaJoeit
and sidewalks are well kept, and His Measure."SofUelh I JIOI! !
new streets are being opened as fast; I ; Is a man who thoroughly: and the subverting of creed flag, caste and race to fraternalism. I wiy Unlit by slaves \\tlon'harl"'Itonf..oulslftnll! India Eai'o: '.l- kets of wlj
V. C. GRANT A. VANUEYORU I of planters of long with
rI de believes In himsl'IC'I IhircliHoeK top
as the increasing population than It is I ,
I I Government is something more a mere policeman. or si m, and drives to (post t 10n.l'ltI.ouh
tbf
I ** close for
PLUMBER mands. Besides hotels and boardinghouses Contractor for "Gullible :iss! ISoston Tninsrrlpt. I i t't! plantations ofho.plt.iMe
Water, steam and there is ar.iple cottage acco- MASON WORK it should be a great co-operative enterprise. Now, some will say that I, sett lers. yet giving

ins Fitting '. 01 All Klmb I I do l oliece in the vv hOM. places are re- and airBefore
modat-ou: for a I winter visitors in that means socialism. It is not sociali m. not ,
185-2K . Concrete('urbingslitdcwtrtks Fifty Years Ago Today. : p.-te with the Int.r.t col
both to1. a* H IOUNDGRO\\(
,, tr.IAYTONA socialistic theory that would make the government nothing more than ...> of (Southern day the Lain ]
DAYTONA BEACH All the attractiveness; ; of Seabreeze Jan. 23. i
PPAiFITZGERALD : fruits and fiow.-rs!, the bask
KLOKIUAPINEHURST i
applies to i/.>ytcna Beach, the two a mutual protective society. The true functions!' of government arc not ORANGESand
I Mrs. Abraham Lincoln, who I nor the moot; Int"r'stln.t of some nej
towns bem4 :so similarly situated. the welfare of the individual for the of these"
to to or
I I had beeu at Metropolitan protect property, promote found for
The dcvel-f.:"flat of Daytona Beach I 1 plantations Is nt the '
: hotel in New York for se\crnl I II Grapefruit- toys under]
of .
'' protection I
has been lu" } :.s phcnominal as its I persons.I li'-.tdw.Ui-rs of the
l'l'nlnsulaIlrl'o & I days, left the city for Springfield \ I top of the
i sister ca the north, aud each year' >ut government should mean a combination of men and} women to I Hillf.ix and known Best GrownGrove
by her Thus [
Daytona Beach there h substantial The OATES II 111.J accompanied I I m Moundijrove. pro
a : growth.
Uobt'rt. student at Har the That Aristotle's teaching, and we I of on Ht.Augustine !:: entire day
Mod-'rn. Convenlun4i's. great sand clue have been leveled son a promote highest felicity. was !None the finest Automobile
KatciHcasonablf. LAWYERS Taro I or:inne ro\'t'1onthl' Road! ID Mlles: Fame flute
and hadsc ie homes have been I : arc going:: back for the recipe for the future. K.i-t: 'ont of Klorl- North of bits and d

Mrs.IVoprletor W. H. Freeman built round for both: winter and all-year- I Daytona, Fla. I Twenty-five Years Ago Today. : Labor is not a commodity. You may purchase a horse, but you: oJ,1 nnd Ii amid verypretty HOTEL ORMOND in other co
occupancy. I surroundings '
Beed, Knox en The h3S1
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executed at J I to enforce their demandsfor I Her Joy."Flow His -- - Lapp baby,
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finee J b P I thought you Finely executed confinederty 01
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Y a : i the Prince of Wales. Tine. My husband: lost five games: I ""'('II. they went :and entered him In I Printing at chll.

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The Mor*Egyptian Mendicants CUt the Why Stephenson Thought There Was Little Brown Sailors of Japan i WE SELL'JPROPERTYI"

Mor They Demand.In I No Povter Equal to It. i '
[op In with meatRMOND __
All
Swarming Parts
to of Globe
Egypt one Kbould never give bak- When George Stephenson was visiting -

eheesh except for actual services ren- I the seat of Sir Robert Peel at

dered. Resist calmly but firmly every Drayton on one (occasion says the

attempt at extortion. Never pay till ] writer of 'Famous British Enjrineers.! I :.>:,:-:x,:,,.:..Y...,:>.- ,. ,:. '....... ... ..
the stipulated service is finished; then. i j there happened to be present Dr. II'

t after yon have paid a little more than Buckland. the scientist and Sir WII.i '

\ -',,; \j\1 the bargain called for. turn a deaf ear (Ibm Follett the famous advocate. : If there is any property in Daytona that :

lit me old log did to the protestations and entreaties that I i Stephenson discussed!> with, Dr. BuckI 11"l; : A .
l.t 0.0 out In thefirrlcamjou'llttnd i : J'' want see us. We are in a
you
always follow. Bear in mind that the I land one of his favorite theories ns to frs i Z

f If rhrworld th r.'. baselse- more baksheesh you give the more I the formation of 0:11 and though undoubtedly } I. to position to aid you. 4
becomes the Real in the \
applicant. right
clamorous | ; was ultimately
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i I winter and gratitude must not be vanquished by the and "
thanks expected arguments oratory i I
ion imp ground the MM lie for gifts.A Ii of the doctor who was u better i i
Miorrs
r I Halifax.LLON* : of friend of mine once broke one of master of tongue fence than hlm!:elf J ; EDMONDSON & DONNELLY f

'.v. FtMnPn tax. these rules Just to see:' what would Next morning while pondering over his i f! t. t .. ____

happen. As we passed through a lit I defeat in the solitude of the garden lie 1 1T' .
accosted ; ts' ..........e.......o.................................. _
_|\ tIe mud village twenty miles from Cairo was by Sir William Kollett I ,
and confided -- --- --- --
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he gave a sturdy beggar a mlllleme gentleman the

WRITE TO (half a cent) This beppar., :(accompanied I story of his failure .It t .......................... ) .......................... 1----
follow Sir William, I .< .%.,. .:... .... ..:.....::... ...... .'. '. ., I .
MACON by others. UC to the edged acquainted with the details '
of the t-r;; ::>. :> : \ : vl' : Doyouwanffobuyor !
d the village asking for more. My I matter lu dispute. agreed : ;. : The HANDPROPERTY : :
THORNTONORMOND e friend then gave him a piaster (5 to take up the case and soon afterward M' r .
l ,! attacked Dr. /:: ' : rent t property In :
cents Buckland on the ; .::, > : : ::1 __
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They followed us a hundred yardsor : subject A long discussion endued! in ? __
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w and were more persistent than | which the man of law completely silenced i .' :* I

[INTERESTEDPROPERTY IN ANY WAY I before. When they showed a disposi- the man of science, who was iS. SILVER BEACH I : We have the cheapest a

IN tion to go back be gave them ;5 plas at last compiled to own himself van : :OI 0 and the best. S ,
I ORMOND OR I ters. They followed us half a mile qulsbed. Sir Robert reel highly .

JKMONI> BKAOH t and became very clamorous. I was I amused at this example of "tit for : Extending from e : $7,500 buys one of the best resi- :

Will Gin Your i afraid we should get into trouble and I tat" then turned to the Inventor and oa; Orr+ : River to Ocean : ': : dence on Ridgewood e Ave. Completely :

iuinrsa Prompt ;; wanted him to stop it. but when they I inquired with a laugh: I II '' furnished and located on
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Att..ntlonRMOYD I.}r began,: to lag he gave them 20 piasters. I "And what do you say on this mat II I .1 : i
I rI S corner lot. Call on
They followed us two miles, and the iter. :Mr. Stephenson T Ii I : FOR SALE OR RENT : i .

experiment might have ended seriously I "Why." he replied "I will only say .. .1. .

had we not met a company of travelers this-that of all the powers above' and I : M. L. Waggoner :
IS. lAMELL I .
I r with a dragoman who sent the under the earth there seems to me no i : BINGBAH" I I THOMPSON I :

) FLA.btanufactarer beggars about their business. This! I power equal to the gift of the gab." o i ia S Office People's State Bank. :

I Home-Made of r may belp you to understand Egyptian I I ........................i ............................
fare t character.-Christian Herald. I QUAINT EPITAPHS. I
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TROPICAL Suffolk England. I

PRESERVES Their First Few Months They Live The Suffolk (England) Institute of f 2Yti S-Rimr.TiTiT
= cclal Attention to CONRAD-DATES
Fanny Orders e In Wicker Baskets. Archaeology has been collecting epitaphs -I .

OBMT AWABIM ATImAmerican Little Laplanders spend the first from the ancient graveyards

>ositionBuTntoeat Jo:\- l few months of their existence In bas I throughout the shire and several of Following a plan suggested by the mikado of Japan every sailor in his!

India I'JtJIO..l-. kets of wickerwork provided at the the most curious are here printed. One I navy is to visit! the countries of the world. Japan wants her Jackles! to know I _
tlon-Charl."ton AND INSURANCE CO. '
Inutslnnn Purchase top with a conical I framework too I shows traces of a pessimistic philosophy each port and know the custom of the people in every country big or little I 'c.

Iiposltlon.Ht.IxmlsIRANGES close for the baby to fall through and : surprising when we consider the that has a seaport. As a result Japan is buying more coal for battleships than ,

yet giving the infant plenty of light : strong orthodoxy of the day when the any other country at the present time Her battleships! nnd cruisers are constantly -

and air.Before. epitaph was written: on the move. It is going to take a !long/ time to get all the men around CONRAD BLOCK 'PHONE 128 __

IOUNDGROV[ commencing her work for the Beneath this stone lies Catherine Gray: the world, but the Japs are patient men and the mikado has given! the order,

1 day the Lapp mother places her childin Changed to a lifeless lump of clay. i and it must be oheye For months pact: Japanese: hhitrs have been arriving

the basket and hangs it on the limb By earth and clay she got her pelf. I at various ports in England until the sight of Japanese"sailor\ walking: the
And now she's turned to clay herself.
of some nearby tree, occupation being Who knows but in the course of years streets of Liverpool has: become almospas common as a cab drin>r. Another ; We beg to offer the following

and found for the little one by stringing In some tall pitcher or brown pan I' fleet has beer tearing the ports of South America.: United States: navy officers, I

irapefruit- toys under a cord passed across the She in her shop may stand again. I have noticed tin none of the ships pass. up a ohnmv to visit! Panama. He from our list of

top of the basket. Another from Suffolk reads as fol- ..,,:ts have hpen c'milated' many times of late that Japaa is trying to buy a
I Best Grown Thus provided' the child spends!' the lows: naval station froii: the Mexican government.; property:

-ova on Ht.Augustine entire day in the open and yet at the Here lies Robert Wallas. _n _
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MllesNorth name time is guarded from the troubles The King of Good Fellows
Hood 11'
Heartless Husband.
ofOTE Clerk of All Hallows I i Absentmmdea ue...-y .!_ _
:: I. OUMOXD and dangers of outdoor child life And maker of bellows. I "Want to go, to the theater' tonight; ?" At Clifford's inn !lived! (;forge;: Dyer No. 121-$4,800 will buy furnished

In other countries.The These which follow could scarcely be I "I have nothing; to wear" said thl'wlt'l' who lives in history chietly as I the man house on Volusia: avenue, four bed
d Knox basket Idea curiously parallelsthe .
an lines chosen by the reverend occupantof poinleelly."Then who walked out of Ilha's house In room and bath, five rooms on first
Com par.-. Indian Idea of strapping( ( the papoose the tomb himself, a clergyman I we'll go to one of those moving Coifbtnoke row and into the New river ; floor.
Into a carrying case, but the "
Po/tofflc picture shows where it's dark. !
\ | nanu-d Chest: neck deep and had to be revived by
Lapp baby has the advantage over Its I Louisville> Courier-Journal. No 10?-$1,300, five room furnished
Here lies at rest I do protest. Lamb and his sister with hot brandy.
Indian fellow in that Its limbs are un- One Chest within another. I Lamb was never tired of relating the house, one acre cf land, Holly Hill,

fUd Finely executed r confined and a certain amount of lib- The chest of wood was very good. The Right Ring. incident Djer, an inoffensive, absentminded fruit tree.
of movement Is afforded. Who says so of the other?
erty The Tather-That fellow who
at ; young } old scholar: had Leigh Hunt'sfriendship
The child is carried from place to And to conclude here is a bit of philosophy has been calling here lately is No. 119-7 acres land, 300 orange
I ; a very ( as well as Lamb's and the
this office.ii'. place In the same basket the cord by I that cannot be Improved by I II fine young ninn. He has the right other essayist has told how. calling on peach and persimmon trees, 6 room

which it la attached to a tree being I any of the great thinkers: of all time: ring; about him. The Daughter (eagerly Dyer In answer to an invitation to dwelling, $2,000.No. .

slung over the shoulder. Here I lie outside the chancel door; I )-Has he? Have you seen it? Is breakfast, it was to find no butter no I I 103-$3000, foIe acre: bearing ?

The Here further He) because In the more I'm poor they pay. it a diamond? knives and no sprout on the teapot. grove, Scuth Ridgewood.No. .'q
Fossils and Gold.
f But here 1 lie tus warm as they.A I Dyer was so wedded to life in the inn
In Alaska the bones and often the Suspicion! Is often useless 105-$7,500, new house on ;
very pain. that he wedded his laundress too.-
entire bodies of extinct animals such Wooden Head. J -Jobnson.I London Spectator. Ridgewood avenue.
I as the mammoth the mastodon the I

t I reindeer and the bison, are found most Certain members of the bouse party ___ u_ _ _ __ __ __ _ ___ __ _ _ ____ No. 106-$1,200. two large, deep a
were describing the accidents that had i lots on South Ridgewood.No. .
abundantly In layers of soil directly .
happened to them during their various
above gold bearing gravels. So Intimate 120-* acres land 100 orange 1
careers. Adventures by flood fire and
Is this association between fossil: trees, truck land, 5 room I
field had all been well received and cottage
animal remains ad auriferous deposits : .
De Sappleby, eager for fame thoughtIt I $1,000.No.
that one scientist who has explored
Alaska says fossils serve prospectors was his turn. 4cULLQUARTSOR$4aid $ ,07-$2,200, five room cottageDaytorn
"D'you know" he said. "I bad a very
as Indexes of the metallic richness of and Cypress streets, largelot.
painful experience once. I ran a confounded
the soil. In ancient times both gold .
I splinter quite half an Inch
and the bones of animals were deposited No. 103-$1,500( small t
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long right; under my finger nail don'tyou Express bungalow 1
at the bottoms of valleys by actionof '
West 50x150
know. Magnolia, lot almost

rivers and smaller streams manyof "H'allyIr.{ : de SappU-by.' said amnld'n Bottled Bond under the supervision new. ::
lip
which have now disappeared; conse-i
I of the part, }. "Ilow did you
quently the appearance of fossils is. It No. 110-$20CC, truck farm, l' z ;
do itr"Well. of the U. S. Internal Revenue
Is claimed an almost certain indicationthat I acres' cleared, 2 acres tiled house ;
he said "It happened' like '
gold will be foumf in the lll'lh.I;. 'I this" As he !spoke' he un' mx("loudlyr.iNed : Guic.mfeciit rf Age and ban.: '
borhood. The cabins of mitl'rs'are Department ,
many sT :
his) hand and srat< bed his foreheul No 11''$3003, cf the best
tusks and i .E one os:
ornamented with huge;
antlers unearthed In the ;. ; Quantity and Strength.BLUE'S :: : homes :on Ridgewoad, furnished, large :., '
digins'-j "Uh. I ace !she tnt'rnld sweetIj ; ,
iiC New York Tribune. i lot, garage.
I II 'low( very (':1rt'I.oof J'ou-8t.! Paul :; i

I Dispatch. OLD RESERVE_ No. 122-New house, cert-al location a

Definite Instructions. I beautifully furnished, large lot, IIL
Telegraphers have their troubles like e
Carpets and Rugs. Pure Corn Whiskey modern in every way, garage, $11,030.
the rest of mankind mid the men who I Kentucky n
C.inets. and 1 rugs;' were originally; employed -
follow the dots and dashes tell !stories No. 116-$2,000 will buy a nice
In oriental nations for sitting ,
based upon actual happenings( that home; five rooms and bath; hot
rul I'1 :
'I' reclining!I kneeling purposes! during: d
almost test the credulity of the hearer.A de\otion Wheu introduced among I U r. j and cold: w-ter; electric: lights; cor-
man now in charge, of a Postal qf- '! I
; the western peoples they were for along iri f. l{ ner lot. ,
flee Is for the following,
responsible i l
ornamental .
; tune used for purely 1 1,1:
which occured to him when he was : yElbMS ( No. 123-A bargain at $3,600, Pal i'
purposes.oers for tables or couches ) :
holding down a key in an obscure I I and for lading l before altars or chairsof I t'' t=i metto avenue, 3 bedrooms, bath, com: )i t '

place In the suburbs: i state ujKin( great occasions. Carpetswere I \ \ pletely furnished good condition.: .

"A farmer came In one day and j! brought to Europe by the :Moors I Houses exactly alike in sane row I Q

handed me a message to 'Mrs. Smith, j but it was well Into the eighteenth valued at $6,500.A. 4,
New York city. I asked for the address I Into ki
before -r
they came anything
century 25 acres near city limits; 15
C and my patron looking at me j! like general use.Every .
with a pitying smile replied: j I I i I allM's) ELL M'S BLUM'SSEND I acres fenced and )in cultivation_I ; 6-

Sonny you Just send it to Ml'l.1' Little Movement.A I DES BP 0 RESE, R ORESEq V 0 RES e I room house and barns, $2,000 )s

Smith, who keeps a boarding 'visitor to the cobbler's shop no1 1 I B. Lot on Ridgewood in Holly i

New York. Don't let any one know I tired one day a barrel) half full of tiny Hill, 150x309, $500.
you don't know where her place is.' "- i i NEIIN"foElm" tt 9F ktln I (
Philadelphia Times. brass cogwheels. t0 } ci I C. 15-acre hammock grove; trees i I II r rI
__ "Why." he said. "what are all those I I i
r;" : for?" i i t+ub ueb Cs ih li1Mb Ca Beu.t Ca trrBu.B C4.e I seven years old and in full blaring; II!'I 1:t tI

I Followed Instructions.She : "Goodness knows," answered the i c I ::; near railroad west of Kingston. $3,000: 5; \I. l i

was a woman of very puritanical cobbler with a careless laugh. "I get I D. PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL r. I I I '
notions and when she came into I, usra I
about a cupful out of every clock I FOR PRICE LIST. : :: FOR SALE ; CENTRALLY LOCATED )''I+
ills room to kiss her little boy goodnight Bulletin. I I'I
had not said mend. -Philadelphia I : WELL FURNISEHD; CAN
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and found that i
KXPRESS PAID
SHOW PROFIT OF OVER $2,500
ills much shock
she
prayers was very .t Qts..or 1 Car; 'I i
Reason For His Disgust'Ide's
ed. "How was it, Willie" she asked! LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH ,

"that you neglected such an important politicians disgusted are running with things the way In this the Maryland Corn, 100 per cent $3.00 BUSINESS.$13,000 i ;;; i

_ duty?' i ::: i i
I "f ou see mamma," he replied, town. Western Corn, 100 per cent 2.75 ,
bed "Is that sor E. Small cottage: on corner: lot on
"when dad sent me in a hurry to !
"Yes; he ran for office and was de 3.50 Ridgewood; lot 100x150; fruit trees ;
he raid there mustn't be another word I Laurel Valley 0 CI y ;

out of me tonlgbt.Llpplncott's.. I f'atro"-Detrolt Free Press. : ;: well, $800 on easy terms. O s i

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Harvest Corn 0 3.50 .
I Nibbles the Wood. : i ir
Trouble.A
Just the Very
French scientist says that the I "I'm tired of this old Joke about a North Carolina Style Mountain Dew 3.00; ?' \Ve have some very attractive river front propertyin 'st+, t
with herhusband's .b i
pencil ust
oceans hold enough gold in solution to. woman: !sharpening; a

give each inhabitant. of the earth $:24-! I : razor""There's Log Cabin 2.50 i Port Orange that can be sold on reasonable terms :;
-ly I nothing In it. No woman 7ur:;: -
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000000. The trouble Is! that they will :+ and at 1 low prices. a,:
continue to hold it.-Albany Journal sharpens: a pencil. She gnaws It to a PUT UP !IN GLASS J JARS CR 4 QUART BOTTLES AS PREFERRED c :'
I point.-I'lttcburg> Post.
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We have noticed Might Is that Right.when two 'boys Too Near. CltlS. iLUM: & CO I -.: We have a general insurance agency and r 4r I I ;
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the teacher of
aid
"What animal.! :
smaller
are with a wagon the
playing; : almost
:: insure against everything except
boy is!' pretty apt to be the horse. I the class In natural I history "make'the can I

Atchison Globe. nearest: approach to man?" 517-111-2:] ,to", Bay; St. Jacksonville( ( ; Fin.LONQ .. r' frost and taxes. :"" t;tl i, I
"The '-{'a." timidly} ventured the little r I'I's

Mercy turns! her back to the unmerclfnl. I I boy with the curly bair.-Chicago DIft>TANCK PHONE= 1S S ;. If
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iEMBROIDERIES I .i Quality :: ::. THE NOVELTY MAN :.. i New Spring Goods 1 I : : ::::;

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N. Stationery/, and school Muppllf*
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Is what we Phonoarapln.; Mewing:
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Oockr-ry.; u''wiirv.rilU'Tv
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g largest and the best : IES.: Customers purchasing :: : BARNES :
Sixth Se
: values at the lowest prices go to The Big Store. e : here assured of .: : Will I alt) fnn i" your PU-tun'. tty..t :: : Plain Linens-anything in the way of white goods. Our I i
are
Umbrellas, thnrptnyoilr Embroideries and Laces here and
I nr Lnmpnnd : are speak for them-
=: Another shipment of Bands s "iiw-"-. nrnloth-' Tool;,und n-pair --
Flouncings I
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: the best in every line. I. alllO..tltnytillngthati..outof""hack ., I selves..
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I INTERESTED Fire Insurance
Second Lyceum Number I .\1 i.' .

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t 1I I 122 South!! Beach Street
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Sidney W. LandonCHARACTER I
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2:30 '" '. or'U..- town
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I Open Daily :; 'ly.- ;';;; >'

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MASS CATHERIM 6 G WfD ESD1\ +r
: "J'\ Snow EVERY Horu r i :
Popular Prices: Children 35c. Adults 50c 75c. Reserved Seats at Hankins' +,prU

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The BLACK PATTIMUSICAL .. i : :? cup oe& ti
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Thursday an. COMEDY CO. I -
Second Lyceum number tani; ht ** Wanted ti buy s ft. counter show -. -

I.r..llh.' Toplr. ..I :\111..11'111 UI" '''''' -Sidney Landon. t'I": v Applv (Dafy Xevvs II:Ill' ". It UPON SUCCESS OF MASS MEETING j i I
f II-a inal Itlnrk. I'.iltl. an.. 'Jul!, Julia orlloA Trip t to Africa --- --- DEPENDS FUTURE OF THI:,
klns with nr !iit supixirtuiioinpiii! > C. I-. Parks, who is employed! iu vli it :> anyth.n; phonographic: we i iI
unking I( drug store, made a visit: to have it. hesesne. the Eastman; : Kodak PRETTIEST OF ALL WINTER: I| and thus avoid serious eye trouble.

i ,t. .\lH ustint' Saturday, expecting Dealer, H So. Beach St.tj.t; ( RESORTS. I While out in your automobile wear

- I return tomorrow. J goggles of some kind to protect PIAHtOPLUH
W. A. Wilcox proprietor' To- Don't forget that \\Vednesda\:. !lit 1 1i.t your eyes from the wind and dust

l FOK SALE-Nice: seitle: horse.. moka Cabin, was in the city today !i board of trade night! and I tint I also the bright glare from the shell

u t I'll* up at an amazing: rate. Have Inquire of Kdmondson & Donnel'y.Tin . (purchasing; furnishings and supplies 'I II 'the' mass meeting called for the purpose I roads. I have a full line of goggles !

t* you noticed it:? At the end of the I uunfor the cabin which he expects of disrussrnj plans for the from SOc. up.

D e b t5 month hon you get settled up you strainer Cherokee had a full I soon to hate ready for the enlertainment organization of a live civic birdie I

wonder where nil your money has passenger; : list. on the usual Sunday i : of hunting and fishing wits be held at the city hall at .N Dr. Neville H. Clark

to. In just the afternoon' excursion to Ormond. y(.""- parties. He will also provide dinner, o'clock. -
gon slime manner I .
debts roll up. so will H bank: account grow in siz?. Bit there i is, a feeling of terday. The day was bright;. and I for parties making the trip up the The attendance at this.i meeting I Optometrist ?

satisfaction from having money in the bank! that you never experiencedfrom beautiful and the air balmy, a typical beautiful Tomoka river aboard the will determinethe succe*.* of tits Look for the Sign of the EYE.

a long/ list of debts. t Florida day in fact. excursion boats. movement to form a board: of trad- TO RACI
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Have you any debts Tnen you need a bank account. It will teach I
and the of the work of tlu-
you economy amt, in time the debts will be wiped out.PEOPLE'S success '
llot baths at Hooper's barber FOR S.\LE-A R-mington Sholes board of trade will have muh to

'I .-110//). 45CtI typewriter in pere--t; condition; do with the future of the city otDaytoiKi. I PLAN OF

STATE BANK I - -'-- cost $110; can be bought for $;0. Enquire Therefore it i is essential, !
I D. l'. Morris, of the (Jruberi OPENEDi
I of E. Dillingham. at Daytona TO HANLOWING
DAYTONA FLORIDA. that you should be present .1 r ths! : i
i 'larks: liarduare company went to Novelty 11 orks. 20-tf mass meeting.
rrcald, 'iii. N. P.l.KI.ANIt.: :' I' ,,.tll'r'[ M. K t I'AKTKU.: j Heljand Sunday after the motor delivery __
There have been many in.aiu-- | ,i
Vuv-1'rf.i.J.-iitH. It. MKAM: VX. M 1.. WAuiiONKU.Miss : .
: I: truck which will be
j lIMIII THE RELIGIQUilEOTE ATELJIANS' noted recently where the cit> of | VILLE
I tills i-i.ty: and vicinity. The truck was ... i
Daytona and its business iut-'r :rs. ;
Chipped down from Jacksonville! by'JOU.I. I p W i
F. imiividuully and collectiveJy.. hav t'l i I Located pl MojFIoi
OPERA
I HOWL suffered because of the lack ot 41-" l ''du K'dfsonaj \

jiiii/.ation. in which instances |
It ; rquescs in Our OD su
Cut flowers ferns and bloomingpot .
: or demands could have li"-i: hold
AUDIENCE NOT AS LARGE AS u brae
plants at cottage east of Des- j t
made and recognized a* com:MI.! : in" m',
pland hotel. 45-6t New Place follow HH th
SUBJECT WARRANTED. BUT INTENSE the combined interests, but uitih

hate been i ignored because: or r lack I!: thai Cue INTEREST MANIFESTEDBY t
Charter R.
Palmer of New York. of strength b lIilld. made a !>-r
r has purchased through the Kduiond- ALL PRESNT. 1
line of the
things which a lix Fancy CeleryPhiladelphia twt'.u hr
urn & Donnelly agency (lrs. Bessie. ,
The free lecture given at Will- boarj ut'rude can do to further ti,"
Smith's l haaup +>u ulpion
rt.<
ideuctproperty
on Bell-
mans' opera house Friday uixht: by interest of tilt city i is to I b- 4011 Roasting
p iew avenue, between "'ir.t street the fut 0) Kulplans ;
look-out
t.I t.
O. 1- Sullivan. V. D. M.. of dititrivt and sri' Chickens
I and the railroad, and will occupy ic hiai uran
a
convetttions andi be
: ready wntii! -i
the 1'eoplert I"ulpitssoc.'iatiuu of
I : 1 140 Washington! 15H( ili arrived ) iit'iiif'ibtT: : weketp everything;. in 1 with his wife as soon as:: he o rtaiuaixrression. forts Cape Cod Cranberries
New York under the auspices ol t* bring all such gather:-,, M tri('
t Saturday evening from New York !ladies'and; .
geut s wearing aptrirel l
the, International Bible StUdt'Dtais" to 1)3).toO'a.' a city whk-h will >[rh'lkfor Ducks at Uiu< i.uu j
j for a couple of "l'ektt''Hit with her 'I i at the Bee Hive. Xorth Beach St. 37tfMr. - Spring .t.
itself ,
sociiation, was not ati largely attended once dtrtfsat.-s 'a-i I I.- tweet i cruet
law partner Hiss O. U. Garland and I -- fit uent dinner for the Ixiytona Industrial the and the brought here. Fancy Fruits and Vegetables! aer 'plan>
as subject' prominence
and :Mrs. T-heo. RhHle
Miss Hattie lIi hl'l" at the cottage ac-
School for Negro Girls at the of the It'l.turt'rarrautt>d. but in- This is merely the sugne.xt:I'!l'. ,,; :fir 1 \Ior;
on the ocean tieach at I>..iytoaiDcaxh. : ; cotupanied by their daughter-in- wand Industrial II I
School. West Second avenue. ten. interest was shown throughout the work properly belon !iti: 1.,, tlvivic sehoul) ti ""ul
: family, arrived from Columbus. I
Ohio Saturday and Midway, Monday, Jan 30. trom I the a dft'ss."bkb lUtiUULtoQ twt op:;anuuition and other ,v;: ItatI: j ""e.Ul"l
procedej to t
4 to t'o;::: I'. in., chicken and wattles. i tuMU'A in delivery.In gestions will be mad at flumrli! t I ud
'Second Lyceum number tonight I'oiK-e Park to spend the season as I,
i Uw cream and cakes. Come and he tltg Wt.tlut-da t.'uiit., l'UIW .
Aus.
-Sidney Landon. usual. Mr. Rhodes owns propertyat evidence trf the power wit 1 DAYTONA I : ; "
I the I'ark. and they are regular M. Mcl eoil Rethuiie. Prin. 4:,-it i, which Mr. Sullivan held hs: aud: - - 1\\ prom o .Ij

P. \\'. (rending, agent of the Illinois !guests;:: of the Ponce lark Hotel.! t-nce it might be stated that; at ti I...- ......................o... COLD STORAGE CO. comBru -
I Central railro.ul at (Gaza, la., Robert Smith and a party left Sunday conclusion of the lecture "1.:1.- Rt!! t ;o t < t rtNt

y i arrived! Saturday atteruoon>> accompanied : ul..OTblal'k and red fountain : aboard Mr. Smiths houseboat. i youd I the Grave," 11 Ir. :Sullivan: : ,a.'k.' -dI li R. D. JOHNSON, Mgr, is :+I : uuMoros

by his wife, for a visid with pen with pocket: clip. I'lease the Hakota. in tow of a launch I i i all who cared to bear an ;a
:\11'. and Mrs J. H.; Brown on South !leave at the "Tourist": and receivereward. bound for :Miami where Mr. Smith !j the story of tzareth to l lii.ld,, m says flitreSUC.

KMgcuood! an.'nut'Irs.: (!reading ;WM jo dispose of his boat and sew.oral !! their hands and praclcall: : fvrone :> ..e ,1gI

ii. a niece of :Mr. )Itrown.FOR I I tutomobilK. one of which htc'1 I of his ht'areta. exprt--s.-d; ti; ,- Is neccessary in the I Sony Jlt. uie

I'I'i. 1 :Mrs. T. O. .Parks and diu.4hter.. carr.ied from this city aboard the ;; desire to remain and listen to :u i proper management of i 'i i Daytoni an-

m'XTX.: : :: ItttletlUddapp. ''I \v.ho havve been with Mr. and Mrs- Dakota and three more which he- .in- Had the lecture been given .n tins a grocery store and ome. 'iU' tI

( The Bennett. 1) riH>m and bath.: J. B. Garrison on Ivy Lane tor a tt'ndt'to pick up at Titusvillw. city Mr. Sullivan would undoubtedly I we I A k WnlI'b, w 0
;;" ). H. Y. Stillman. I have the experience.1Ye < I :
.goarag,1. 4Mr. :tf I time departed Saturday afternoon have had a crowded house. but t'r S ( Ja.cksonvUtI I Iof

for Sanford where they will visit, for Mrs. Herbert Bennett and dau h- 1' some reason it bO difficult to draw the tI"1Tbe
: and :\Iu. A. W. Wells, of St. !; I
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a we.ek with Mrs C. Bell a cousin ter. Blanche, and Mrs. Bennett's :1 a crowd to the handsome little opera plan

Joseph Mo., who own a inter of Mrs.1 Parks, before returning to aunt. Mrs. Mandrel Ha s. arrived i! h*>u..>e at St'abret'zt'"un., when iwjajuiiswion % Know 1 t home at the corner of Magnolia 1 and
R their home at Charlotte, X. C. Saturday afternoon and are with Mr. j fee is:: charged, as was acts.
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Palmetto! avenues, which they are '
and Mrs. W. .\. Bennett at their cottage the cane in this instance. what you need and :
occupying: oa usual this winter left' I
1 t Saturday afternoon for a couple of FOR, SALE-:My Ford runabout; on Volusia avenue Mrw.I II tlr. I REGAL PLU-GGER have it in stock and : M
excellent condition. F. W. 1'01'143 :. bert Bennett is:: W. A. Beriuett'daughterinlaw THROUGH; r. !
weeks visit in Nassau; N. P. LONG TOUR HAS ENDED. the best oE it is that HkNo
& 43:; ; and .is: from Leona '
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N. Y.. whUelrs.. Hass in from Pitts- i I The Regal; Plugger. the touring
FOR RENT-223:::: N. Ri&;ewood. automobile which
burg. Pa.George. I was seen twice
opp. The Bennett 9 rooms, bath gar i i recently in Daytona has finished it*> The Best I
age. fS:,0. H. Y. STILL lAN. 42tf Hot Drinks 'I long tour and the car has been subst
Legate, of Urbana Ohio. '
boxed up anti sent to the New York our Presc
The solid express, tram service for who is spending some time in this is all we It is : FOStOF
KOUCold( ; automobile: show to be used as an carry. need not h
the season was instituted Saturdayby city in company with his wife mad I| exabit. The tour ended at Atlanta: only the satisfied cus I t you entrust t]
the F. E. C. Hy. This train car a visit Melbourne a few days ago i j I! and the speedometer
in
are
rtxwtered a tomers we are looking posi!;
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Days returning 8.ituNt'lr. Legate'
rles\ CJtprt Ks only and is to relievethe
.I' grand total of ;a.;:>.Uly m-le-i.( [for.Lyman. fill them as
other trains of this burde> sa'i'ldL.ourne is a'er) pretty I jog
but
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which quite often them. The place but nothing can compare witDaytona FREIGHTER'
delays> ",Ilt SAI.K; AT AGROUND; To see the Best Work Shoe them here )
train is due at Daytona att a. nu? in i iu natural beauty weU STRIKES ON COW

'going north and 9 p. m., southbound ap{* YOUNG'SSODA attractive rte.ident-es and hotels He j I I of
---- freighter!; Santiago of the- Old Maikuy r Beach St. &: Orange Ave.
I .s \'t'fmUl'h enthused over ixaytonaand line Heist went .. h lyhi,
**F. Glenn Harmon violinist at aground;; 1111 d'\v r- .r
Hotel Clarendon pupil; tutored Jl.oi) FOUNTAIN !s advising every one he eet..iI off Sliippen point; today. Tha n\ Every Day is Bargain Day
to visit this
per halt hour. 43-31:: : eod state. city before leaving the Lag: \\as bound for Do..a: d.J .j I Here. I Where VJPage
points: south THE. fOSTER CO.IiJR

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