Title: Daytona Daily News
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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: January 24, 1911
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00198
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
alephbibnum - 002072230
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Published Every
Evening Except Sunday Daring December. January, February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida.Sixth .

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ds. Our J Season-No. 46 DAYTONA FLORIDA TUESDAY JANUARY 24, 1911 15 Cents per Week

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F t WALLA CE' S W. H. WRIGHT :: :: D 6081\"ti0 5 DOSPIiiI and S'Iyli1'\ ICH RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies Stationeryand Havana Smokers

I I t Art and Jewelry 1 Store Painting First Avenue. Daytona FU.. ,, PRICES Books Vet Manufacturer '
Co. Twnti) l Iur!: air.>' roo'III., nfurnttlKil 'IY Cave
Ii I r Carries an exclusive: line of new I Paper Hanging> I hO'pit.il.-oiivnt.-nrf unit art..d throughout.,. with l'I'U..ttlOIl, to Tr"lt You Right. GEO. H. CLARK I Daytona, Florida.
: .r.; style I Postcards and Daytona Decorating Thorouuh-; Lrt( 1'i H. Your .'"w'I..rs. \noi i> r f t.. f In yet c'"v,
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View Books. Fur! | rf"HIII1".on< Waterman Fountain Pens, News- wl t II>l 1 n.: iiiv.-ii rljla'r..I. F.i.urdlnrr: If
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once .' Arabia: Jan. :21.? -Thirty j j I }Fixing .the total amount of money OF Ml I NEW YOm Jan. 21-Figures given WASHINGTON, Jan. 21-The ad-
[h Street thousand Arabs have f;e-Zoo, the townof i I I necessary for the running experts .. CANNONi I out by the financial: bureau today I ministration permanent tariff board ,
and threateningthe I
Yemen are now :, of the city for next year at feliow: that J. P. Morgan controls: bill *as' reported to the house by
massacre of :.0,000 inhabitantsof $16'1-1 I i
I and adding three mills for Wig: >':: peremit of the! aggregate; assets I the ways and means committee i<>
the town and vicinity in the holy DISAPPEARS. V
war which Is being waged to foundan I penises, of the board of public works, TOJAVANA. of the national banks: of the ,. day.

independent kungdom. i i three mills for the school fund and i iI. entire country through his four national The provisions of the bill call for

Up to this: time lu villages have one mill for the sinking fund thecity 'iI (! banks seven trust cornpan.e, a permanent tariff board to cons'et:

been captured and more than :2iH: )> I council at it* regular meeting; i WANTED IN I VOTE PROBE !I TO START FR05I I 1 KEY K{Y 1ST{ ; and two life insurance companies in of five members, each to serve six
men women and children have been New York City.These I
:Monday evening intimated: the mill- years, and not more than three members -
captured, tortured and sain.! I figures dt.'Dl.Orr.a.te that
,- - _. --- age for the coining year at about IS. BUT IS NOT TO BE FOUND. EARLY WEDNESDAY I MORNING. Morgan' I is tht.reoa! Napoleon of of which shall belong to anyone

The estimate. i i-i (based on the total .Vmerrcau finance political party. .1x j

.: !UR EYES .NEW PLANPROPOSED valuation of $I 1.:-.-;;,4-"1I made by COUSIN :OF:: MAYOR GAYNOR IS HOPES TO COMPLETE THE LONG I The, total .:afU .o' liese 13 finan- Congress shall have authority at al!!
"la.1 iiiMitint' ( <>n C" ,:rolled by Morj.ui -
the assessments; of last year and tht1expel.se. tames to call on the board for information
is eye trouble. ALSO SUMMONED TO TESTIFY EST FLIGHT OVER LAND AND I .i'r HIOI/ th ;.1 $_'.000,000,000.,
of the city: for coming concerning tariff matters.;
tomobile -- --
[|nd to protect wear year are! estimated as fot 1'e: :): mayor BEFORE GRAND JURY IN DAN. SEA I IN THE HISTORY> OF AVI- The chairman of the board shall, receive -

ind and dust $400; clerk, $;;ih); pol' $1,000; \ ; VILLE. ATION. MURDrRERSGIVEN a salary of $7.500 annually and
attorney, $100 tress er a ;-
from the shellI ; ; each of the other members shall b*
sector, $::00: ; ct>!Llector00; phy.i.i.d.n i-
DANVILLE 111.. Jan. 21 Michaellaynor. paid $7,000 -
I line oElH. go KEY WE ST. Jan. :Z1-l'reparr.t: Oi.'S, i
$loo' '; sundries, $1WO; intert;: iI the
BYMORGAN. I The bill will be called In
( up
a usi-n< of :Mayor Gaynor of have
-00;:; now teen completed for the
on city $ ; ligh'n.$4.Sl0 house tomorrow and .Jt is believedit
Clarkrist ; interest, $ii:.; sh-ell.: $6.00'J- '' ; New York City is one 0: the latest: .longest flight over land and sea in I LIfESENTENCES. will pass: without delay. i ii

total $16.385.;:; to be summoned to testify" before' the history of aviation
AEROPLANE VS. AUTOMOBILE On the assessments of last year the grand jur. which: is inquiring I '
I The flight will titan from this city. : i
one mill amount to $1.582.42.;:; and into :hl.'ott' selling scandal of Ver-
y of the EYE. 4 7 o'clock tomorrow morning with: ANARCHISTS
the rnillage for the coming year will million county. :
TO RACE ON I DAYTONA I A B BEACH. be based upon the total valuation F:. X. Lecture, son-in-law of Speaker J. A.: D. AlcCurdy, as the aviator .

and be apportioned. to bring the total Cannon, who was swvtd with a, McCurdy will make the start/ from ,

amount required for the ex sumuiOKis last week to appear Cruinbo island and will attempt to r
penses. the
grand jury and tell what
: RV to Havana. 110 mile: distant
EDcated TO HAVE MEET WEEK FOLLOWING I The new ordinance introduced knows of the vote telling, has suddenly { R
I sometime ago and given its firs*. disappeared. It retried Torpedo and other government FOR i IRDER R Of KETCHEl.w _

: THE ONE AT JACKSON. I and second readings by which the he hoc> been hasi.ly:: suunnoiiied to boats will be stationed lo milt; m LIVES.

salary, of the mayor was cut off and Washing for a consultation. apart; all the way from this c.tv t-, I ?
J I the salaries of the other officers rearranged There are a number for .other (promiineJii Havana to mark tbe costae amid. '

W. J. Morgan has written the has ne\t'r been brought UPI men are to be called.: before lend a.-i-stistance if anything -; \ \L TV FOR

I" Florida East Coast .\Automobile.I lor third leading; and passage cannot the grand jury. happen to the aeroplane. LEADER AND WifE EXECUTED ;
( now be paned in time to afj Foreman Woodward of S MIDDLE-
!i -sociation suggesting .that llaytotiahold : j sect the salaries of the officers for declares he will ak for a special } I into the city from fche 11ft..nt.ieveral I -
a beach racing meet the .
the The ordinances
: coming year. nw state'attorut"y to investigatethe days past to ".itn...,
Ice I f[ following, the one at Jacksonville, and remains in a pigeon, hole m the alleged \tt t'ni: dj unless 1'ro.;- I start of the aviator. ii; L'4: -Wai, I

t that the feature of the meet> here be city clerk's desk. ecutor Lewmau shows: more tarnest- .MII.th! receiit- I, 1, t tI _ _
made a seritw of three races between The commit for hauling shell ness lie accuses Lewnian of try.ng ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWSIS ... . . .u .:.Uer in the first I
from the city hell [banks by water to hinder the ia1\. .; !ligation. I dexter in .\ : ,' "i'i"-'; } Ketchel.! I PLOTTING AGAINST MIKADO "
Druce-llrown, international SOLD::: BY PATTERSON. i -
cry i was awarded to KuU. 11 }'. Smith: at champion ii toasting champion and Felice Nazarro champion i';; c"iite:.> per yard and the street HOUSE COMMITTEE DENVER. Jan' :1'4.= -The Kocky.1 were today st-nujiiced to lif.imprs, :II ARE SENTENCED TO LIFE IM

.. of Europe. He: aW> says he 'ommL'l'e: was iastm -ted to enter I FAVORS NEW ORLEANS Mountain News one of the largest I o iut-iLt ill the state pei..tenta'; : -. I PRISONMENT.

is has assurances. of a number of aeto- into a contract with Mr. Smith. The WASHINGTON. Jan. 24 1'hf and most influential! newspapers in The murder occurred early host I I tl '

nberriescks planes which could be brought kerw contract will call tor the shell .*o house committee today favorably reported the wt.t. has' been sold by Senator' I tall. Dipley doing the shooting; the TOK1O. .htpan Jan. .::4-More than '
be hauled to the city byater and I the bill sivins! the Panama eposton \- I'uttenson. It i is reported that Senator fatal shot striking Ketchel! 1 in th- I a dozen anarchists have an COQ- ,' '
at that time and suggests a race e-
tween llruc -Hro\\ in his car and an placed on the street under the di- : I... t rhf I: city; of New l>r:<'aii*.. Gumeiihe.iii: is the purchaser. I back: of the head while he wasseated vi.-ted of plotting agaibftt the lift of :

i"'ction of the street cotuuitisioner. j IC I Ii i -------- -- __ n_____ I at uhf breakfast table with the Mikado, among theiu' the leader
re etables
the aeroplane A communication fuuu the boardof I h.* ba'k trim..-d toward the man. of the ,baud. and hs: ..!{e. bob oi +h
says I
public works \\as read in whichit : \\hTW; !' nun whom habe.'n executed The
school would be placed ia charge of I Volusia County I rl
was: stated that at a recent meeting :- !leaner; form'rly lived in San Pran- I; ,
r Ray Harroun and will include Curti.-*
Blerict and other makes I J, passed by which the bid of .\. Van BankDeLand ; I ; I 3i
He has practically:
IALGECO. deVord of $l.U3t for building! concrete I i Twelvof the others! convlctr t t// 1

i come promised to that Daytoua CurtUa to race himself against will roservosrs for theater *.
Bruce-llrown. lUg plant wus accepted' and the ii> i for 1 lfrf.JEWELRY: t tI
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council asktit the boad '
was to give :
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(N :\lr.Iorgan\ would have :Mr. I r1 }
Mgr i
I of publitorkb ERNEST WILLIAMS :OF ST' AU -
permission Lei
i Moroas handle the meet here and l to J WORTH 33 g,000 I I z 5
the contract for the work if the I i
:, says there would be no doubt of itssuccess j i i GUSTINE LIVES BUT FEW MIN STOLEN AT PITTSBURG. k
'tot i is guaranteed by the cituen'-'' ]
,t; as every entry at the Jacksonville MERCHANTSBANK
committee. It was also asked thai etatie UTES AFtER TAKING THE POI i'IT'rsKtu.San..4The; :: robbery .,
meet could be brought to s.
the board be permitted to do iu-h j II here trf the resden: of
; Daytona and additional ones would i
I, I other work) as may be deemed nevetisary : SON DOSE. \ I. William! haw and t t ac loc-i of i +
come, such a3 ,thte'iatlt and Uenz, ,. .
and advisable for the completion welr worth.wo: : wa. .. nl)>rte'J i .
!I'I AtGl'STIXt. .Jall.Ern.tt::
which will not be entered in the cordially invite i'ii- fnend- St.
'I f Jacksonville races: because of fear of the softening plant the and patrons to< call and inipei't our (Branch of the Volusia County Bank) | 1V:1liatus: : an emplove of the railroadcompany. 'j I t..1 the police today The rubbery
I i total to be not than $2.500.; s.unj to have b-eii cuutm.tt-d !
mOre New | seem'I''
who resided Augustine -
I of the beach. line of new and up-to-date. prorenes. Daytona Florida :
I By action of theouucil! this j ': T-au during the uight und tn-r: .Ii l !
permission is dead the result QI'dlhe a
;i The plan of Mr. Morgan as being I I Courteous treatment and prompt delivery -,i i, aa .
:; was granted and 'the con jI fiound tin' clil I
enthusiasts. of strychnine. H** was t
considered local racing
by will make
a steady
: tract for the building of the 'on .'re; you CUA-j I !
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,I tome-r. Our prices are as I low as I II II In hs:; room with the empty pl1..41wb.icb -- -- -- -- = :: ---=
reo er\oiiu will be awarded, proud-
had contained the poison and
first-class goods can be sold for. I
ing the cost:: us guaranteed by tiecitizen's Statement December 31. 1910 Dr. Roberts the ph\t>ic;in um- CHURCH Druggist}
Visit our store and we are sure you ; I )" .
committee. PMO.Hfc 37Beaca
I'/ mooed pronotmetid it a clear case
will come Stri I i iI.
The quesT on of whether the eotteniag again. Comptroller's Call of poisoning -froat an overdonei I Daytona Florida., L I.
"' plant shall be added to the trychnint : .

; : present city waterworks will be CONRAD GROCERY y The young man lived bait a new I UeJIifv tooa //, A- Biui3French's r r .2

submitted to the people for decision minutes the poison quickly taking: ,I

No substitution is resorted to in : by vote at the corning: ciiffelection. RS'4ut'P.'E4Loanun1 !' effect. Whether the overdose wje i.). dr
our Prescription work so you I DNcountiBlocksanJ . $iOi,;OI: I ,taken accidentally: or intentioaaJlvcan I
IYl"rdr"fh 1.ft.IU)
seed not have the least fear when The council: adjourned until February ' Bond: ,,;''''l IJ not be stated with cwrtainty ao
8, when! the aldermen u-tfJ I, Banking Hou,,.-+ WFrt.'n7"uilrctlon.1rtOunt : Rose-Violet f
you entrust them to our care. We i.+x>;J.K I no inquest w-as held. The young; ; HI i
are in position to fill them and to meet again and r'l''eithe election Cols! ttnl I'u9 from Bunk, :lO.741.s:: man :a survived by three brother t 1

fill them as they should be. Noth returos. 'PHONE 61. iiriHisTwLIABILITIKH !: I and by other relatives. He wan well Talcum I r,

tag but registered men will fill - - :!' liked by those who knew h.m '
Work Shoe them here. Daytona LodgeNo. 1 i i I "'upital-:Muck! HIWMI.W'arplui '' ''' t
uu.l front 3 .AGs.191t I !i reminder of the Moss
at Ask doctor he knows. +lvld nJCnpi.ld;.. . *Vuu': i I ..l ,
cor. your
city r I'.ilN PutubiA. .' :"Il"putt Rose that in Grandmother's it t
NEW YORK. Jan. :::M.-Stocks B. P. 0. E. '"7.1.0j : CANDIDATE FOR ALDERMAN' grew .
'I d
Grange! Ave. HANK1NS, The Druggist, were dull and heavy day and generally Meets Every Tuesday j ll''S7.Mf:! J. Wesey! JuhDr on. for many Jo""i&I I garden. As a soothing deliciously i t f !,

AT THE PLACE the prices remained, unchangedA Eveoia{. Visiting a resident :and property owner .u 'j i odorized dusting powder it is un,1,1
few of the railroads Steel l and Members Invited. Uavtona, will bta.. cand.dat- alderman equalled. 19' '
Where Volusia Meets\ Beach. Amalgamated showed a small advance T. E, Fitzgerald E. R. D. McBRIDE. President for T". "viu I Img ;:
RCfl.R Geo. F. Crouch, Sec. J..B. CONRAD: Vice-President f Price 25c.
; Telephone 65ii. ."* -I
t I f. N. CONRAD. Cashier t eii cis _"J_ tl ,$:
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PIANOS ud DELAND the county seat of .


I7A&TrI Concert Tinier is situated 23 miles southwest of

I PIANOS FOR RENT 1 COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the latter UNIVERSITY

Affr21/N\! BANK city by an excellent hard-surface DRLAND, FLA.

road recently constructed. Four Colleges<< tIlnd 6
pLAND, FLA. Technical Hcboola.
At DeLand is located the John B. Equipment costIng .
IhrUIVDII! thait hissreCL5L I nearly |4fl,000.( ( (
IUL& I Stetson University, one of the: lead-
1-onis On' Endowment
_- ;rICE --"- -- . Capital $100,000Surplus auo.ouo. Ferd X|
: ':: -- .- WOM N'S 550,000 ing educational institutions of the Faculty of 4V Professors -
I from Set
: : -1 I and instructors -
Plane 77 for EXCHANGE Soath Because of the interest in !. Christian, friends"Phoue
CREAM :.-- In supply[III\-ton"hitsladle'' thut 1111. A. D. McBRlDE. matters educational DeLand is known j but non-HectarUa Tenchlng.
M ....61.. c with h'latt'.t artisic' as "The: Athens of Florida." i For Information
ny hnii on :\1 r'l. M. J. BCONRAD. address! :
MILLS'Enropean J. Hoiisi.-s! I is: VOlll1 Vice-President! Stetson University has a faculty of Lincoln H ulley lag and piE
I V J&y '. -/1. i'.v'-. Thereare Ph. 1)., jjtt. J)..*
S i -/ }.J.. + .' '. it. A.VOL. 50 professors and instructors. LL. D.
Restaurant % "' 'r B B SBBfegj fegsHATS "" :..., ': ...f1.1> '. j..: .J .CashierADREKAS over $400,000 in buildings and PrnddentJ. Dillition

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I equipment; nearly $300,000 endowment to

................is....1... By L. C. DEMAREE. r r fact must be apparent to the most ; a Carnegie: Library alone: rep- n.M noveltj
superficial observer. With such lavish : J. V. PERKINS
One fit Daytona's crowning gb-- resenting an investment in building
: : I : weilth of natural beauty it be- DEPARTMENT Dr J
: 'ries is her incomparable beaCh. Xo | BUSINESS AND endowment and books of more than
an thing for the hand of Volusii
came easy
: New Stock Just in at : one whhai: ever set toot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS STORE $120,000. The: library is the United Attorney andCounsellor
tram: to give the finishing; touches
: Peck's Bargain House : smooth racked sands; no one whoever I 'wthich have wrought out the colors I. States Government depository for theState'of M. P
pedaled a bicycle over its expans I.I EVERYTHING Florida and contains over Sat
: 112 South Beach Street. : I I and outlines of the big picture. TO EAT,' Law went to
; no one who ever drove a I 15,000 volumes. Science Hall one"ofth the new
3 2Si.USiSISiSiSisiSiSiSi .t.. :Man did all: this in the laying out TO WEAR. *
prancing pair of horses and listened ? ; newest of 16 buildings, with

the popping of their steel shoes 101 the streets with their: wide marginsof I TOU$ its furnishings, represents an outlayof Dr R
_.. to
IS IS ii is isis isi IS
.......................... parkage. The entire city becomesa -1 wm Practlae In
= LING WAR-CHINESE LAUNDRY : upon its phaltum-like face; no one S U I tending Room $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of state and and A OiMemttta

M Press no.Shirts BKACft ST.12Nlgbt.| DAYTONA Hhirts FLA.iO.. who ever steered a high-power automobile : E.S.HALL IU gre.it: park. with driveways inter- Elevator Servlce4 the most beautiful college buildings FederalCourts if

: WhIte Hhlrti Woolen) Hhirts 10 down the broad stretch of .1 (!sntintr. mJes: upon miles of driveways 1 Ilest 4 Room inthe South. enjoy a ffing
Check Hhirts K,Undershirts H. Architect and Builder so good to attract motor ,- "
wave-washed and surf-packed sand 1 : of about .
New Hhlrts ISJPrawers, N G.A.DREKA4'CO'DELANO : The city has a population
: fb1ttgcoIlaratt. 1Mocks.! per pair :t S .. from all over the continent. /
Collars ort'utT8 Handkerchiefs! 3 bun: realized that it Is a world beater No.2rftPalm.-ttoAv. : I .* PL A. 3,500'with a thickly settled country POLAND, FLA.

Ladles clothes t corresponding price a world-wonder. Go stand upon I : DAYTONA. FLORIDA. UN And as for the pa'-eml"nts. pavements adjacent. DeLand proper is five Large

...S.u.isi.isisiSiSiSisiSiSiiusisisusisi.i.isisi. this wile speedway and.see The hap-1 S5USISISIS1SISRS1SISIS1SISI that look and act like granite miles east of the: St Johns River, on embroider!

.. py souls flu by in joyous mood and where else between the eastern Vo1usiaCountyAbstracLCo the!high rolling pine: land of the WRIGHTINSURANCE the Bee if

answuwb ,ther this is not one of IS1SRS1SS51SIS151S1SIS.siS and we trn seas are so many milesin I 'great "Orange Ridge" of Florida.
H. C. THOMPSON Agt. : ;k (In
the seven modern wonders. i S U prooortion. to inhabitants? The ; The are
LAMB ENGINESHUPMOBILES g W. C. CHOWNING M. D. 1 } predominating tlemeners
pavemeut question stands: with the
: : The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River j 'I oranges and grapefruit the: estimated Bowl
: General Medicine and 1 *irett as one of the cluef drawing Bert Fish. President AGENCY
crop from this vicinity being over
l'ur'D. Linnlls i'i.ir.tary -
: DtMeaitrition Given at Any Time. : Where think you is water with more : Obstetrics 1U cards. Till some unheard of place and Treiis. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes ga&or tag)

: PHONK : picturesque surroundings? Nearly a <>ffie. Hours: l IJI to::1:111.: TtoNp. m. S reports more and better, Daytona : peaches, pears, Japan persimmons, eat taoreS

sau.s.isiouiusisi.i...... mile wide. fringed with tropical vege- : Over Kodak Place. Tbone 39. : throws down the ga-urtlet to the Abstracts Furnish strawberriesand DeLand Florida
ed and Titles plums pecans, guavas; C Public
a.isi.isisssisisisioisisis tation, artistic cottages with roomy SIS1SIS1SIS1SIS1SIS1SIS1SiSi world. other fruits are grown in plenty.In .

verandas looking out upon her bosom Squirrels Flowers Birds and Fruit.Vhatevv Perfected translator,!
e JACOB ESPEDAHL : the of public improvementsare
gamey food fishes in countless numbers .ISIS1SISISRSISISRS1S.t. \ one's shortcomings and I '
a Contractor and Builder s U SI many miles of fine shell roads, an
beckoning, as it were to those however indifferent callous Maps, Plats nnd
o' even
Designer and Craftsman Sa DR. J. E. RAWLINGS : excellent high school electric lights, Ouests
Supcr1ntcndMConstrutIonot. Build : with rod and reelher; bosom fleck- [ one may be to many th.rgs.: the mere Blueprints Supplied
ings. Plans and Hpeclttcutlons S U a system of waterworks that is owned 0.-si isftMr.
on Hhort Notice. S ed with duck and coot and snowy- : Physician and Surgeon 1I mentiCa (.f "flowers and squirrels I'KLANI I I. Ff.K.,: I._and BEST .
and operated by the city, supplying lf l- I
: DAYTONA FIARl1A.Rsisi.isisisisi.isisieisi. winged sea birds. which sit about as | b.rds and fruits" will send thrill I
I'FFt't-! ; \FU KillK| PI.:V K: 1U a the purest water at little: cost Pa '
if for the sport of bobbing upon th" that is reflected rn dis'ended
I'hulI'If .- [ BONDLUMBER Nine honses of worship testify that G. ftoger'i.Cl. .
........................I* waxes; watch that lubberly oM! 't' U I j and pricked: ears. I For Florida
white headed fa' !!........................ : DeLand is a church-going commu- /'- flisiw
pelican pouch :i :
For ,
S j eery 'iSitor'il! a spare goober FARMS ..
: OSCAR MICHAEL nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Meth- '
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mullet and that fish hawk stru :T1-
- i there i.& a bunny ready to come COMPANY
: CONTRACTOR m upward with his floundering load he U i tiid accept your grft.: : lie will sit bolt Manufacturers of odists (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians ,, .
D. D. & C. M. ROGERS 1 II Christians and Catholics TIMBER orTRl'CK s Iti
snatched from the water. : '
: Filling and Grading S !I'J 1 i-iht:! and knaw mtio, the meat, LUMBER
: colored and Metho- COI'IteD. it
besides Baptists
q! a Heavy Hauling a Specialty. I See the beautiful- launches, spck: : Civil Engineers 1U .'astin; furtive: sauvy gaiM.-et! at you I LATH 'I resented. ...-,
S U'I dud pau, with hampers and lockers: ::ie.tnhleFlo'vrj.; SHINGLESMOULDINGS dists are rc;:> LAND <3

..-........................ bulg:us wth; refreshments both solid I DAYTONA, FLA. : ;, Usually fresh" and boo! ins The graded school offers a ten K< nti for Rnrgalnsii. p; S
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'( -.!\..' ,.}!) \i; jnd liquid: ready for a cruise upon th S -:'':ii, "i-h, .I t s?:,. UU S ? the year 'round you are reuiiixl-: A)." nts: I years' course and the building whichit 'el to.
I beautiful s-urfaie. Take out your f.eld 5ISI5ISISISISISISISIOSSSIi.ISISI.1.I.ISIS1SI51SI.IS .d of Goldsmith's where M.isi'ry's. ; Pilnts.Pir occupies is newly furnished
_$; M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. coupler .iU Rooting II GOULDmoona -
-lass and sweep the nvtrr rout \\'hithiilKViiK throughout and is one of the most .\ n-tv,ix
.!hn :
MII: .; sp'Dg its earliest" visit paid
- 1 MILLINERY ;, Ormoad bridge to Ponce Park \nd sumruer's lingering blossoms
S UI Bond Kind Brick lic schools m the State. .
light house then say whether thn many
f I Are Showing Fall Styles E. L. STEWART are delayed. I,
Halifax im'a thing of beauty and 1U : IIP) _VV!>. KLV.LAilS I The trip from Daytona to DeLand I M..\M I'>, "'1.\, :.M]i. new I
.nad of vangated hues
<> roses
: No. 8 Beach St. and SS
9 Ha.Ji Physician
Daytona. Surgeon ,
a joy forever, and one of the modern .. is made by automobile: in a little I1 : I
: ' UU .
\! '
"p.! i I..1 I au' ll'lllll I ll "I- I i !redouiimiu ; another household has I
'@ wond c:;. K\; t--: T'iro..l' unl N,i- -II ,'.' SS i over an hour, and there: are many wood ace
alul. out M.i ,, a'I'd a penchant for the pomreita and thepremiss .
i* n< ".noli.i [ & fiSH _
w > U . 5 ( drives in the vicinity of the: THE i -'Ol5plfl"I
x"iSvS>AnaASASHg) t I."r \v st The Enchantingly Picturesque: Ridge- i re ;
: lItilhour : v.i. in to i. |. in. :: site. A road leads to
; r East Florida 1 wood. I cen in a jungle of tall cane. Variety Attorneys at Law county good jl GORDONGARAGE .
| SISISISISISISISISISISISIS11SISI5ISSISIS1SI5ISISIS1S PrttciiHriK In all DeLeon Springs, five miles a historic ,
I t
::5 the spice! of life and here is where State HUtl FederalOourts

.J Ilidg'wood avenue is upon the crestof 'I you find it. i spot where 60,000 gallons of water ha\ -
Telephone Company Special facIlIties for
| a broad ridge, straight as the crow S U i i The birds flit in, and with their investigating and I bubble from the: earth every minute. The daliale(

Connections at Daytona flies and the wide spreading branches : DR. F. H. HOUGHTON 1U I joyous notes help to give fullness p.-rf'setlng 1iiLaNl' FLA.START&IIL1I titles. I From DeLand automobiles go south DeLandHeadquarters

| of 'he heavy-trunked live oaks extend -' S j ::hd symmetry to the picture.. to Osteen 18 miles, on shell and

for Long Distance Points Ifl. their giant arms across the magnificent I marl roads; the St.Johns is crossed by
Dentist i I As for fruits, choice citrus fruits [ I for
\sta, forming an arch and ferry near Ostccn and cars can then
I IEX , j Davtonalds: the pain to none for '
U timer in P'-> k BiO kFHOVR AutomobilesA
C. THOMPSON. Mir. from these extended arms great fes- S : 3,1! Jonll: "i'titiht! llidge UU Ibune \. MtfwartKgford continue to Sanford and Orlando by :
and Therere
quality quantity per are BlxMitr.
touna of Spanish the S bard road. There is a shell road : FOR
moss sway as .1........................ I -- scores of citrus grcvfes in prox- I ." usts-'isart Maxwell Tour-
-- -- - -- -- trade winds from the tropic seas ,I Attorneys at Law from DeLand to Orange City, five
;mity: to theity.; branches betiding
Cars and
fan them. Looking! straight ahead isis is uis........is isis isI i, I and Nuturha Public miles, and a good road from DeLandto I ing
to the erth: with their burdens of
r H.:T. McCLELLAN 1 I :down this! white shell street one has T. F. Fn/i;:.'rak! IF: out. s : ('Fl-- 1;rc.ous; gtlden globes which for I II i
the of with "
impression a fairy path
2 FITZGERALD & OATES i t, :'d.uty. proflicacy and all desirable: I II

Mill Work { "1oiig'Iftea and draperies cast an but eve as first you to move the 2 Attorneys and Counsellors at LawS :J: I qualities would truly astonish you ; J.A. : BiD SANDSTONE{ BRICK CO. <;.P.hlanlInRoyal JbmllnHAMLIN ;

i.il Faa-alit 'in htiiuin:
> :
[t" < Oi UU
Write or ask birn about anything '": Tight and then to the left: you see :mil l'erf' -tlur 'I.U TIt" 5I The Fastest Autos and The Finest : ERICKSONns' Manufacturers

you want made of wood Everything 'j distinguished cottage homes in the < .ttu<' mi oniiui Built' ug I'hOD" )> 1.isisiSislSIs..ls.sIS.s.si Out. Light Granite Buff Red sail

the best. ''.1. I moat delightful settings. ThetitJi world wonder do you ..... 0rand'ek ofPiauo. Drab Brick

North Ave. Phone |. See .h.) glistening leaf of the grand: -k'' C<:llit:'. whether from Mi>.t oui XWIUJ.1dllnc.: .. I iii.I.arg'-.lits.( CtiTHifit\\.i-iS.-. i.'i-"MT I lu.! -"Ut Prompt t mid Pncit.hip- &
Ridgewood 123 .. . . . .. . . .
magnolra which nature has: varnished '.! -- -- S'!'--) 'f' !.! <.!I--! .,. 'II'I! ',: .: .. ..II\., I.llI LoIILL1kN.; ; 1-LV.
(f fr..enIniii'e, from Kauuia/.o! o.
,.. ...,. I to-.I..l'I '. il.tALLIN'S. HAMLIN
\ \ a: : i
I as no rtis''s brush ever could; and DR. J. P. ESCH mbutto, ;.ud you will be howii'
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I the eabbigp palms with their burden I and t. h,:-re :.-. wh t'!'f- the world record loipe LAKE HELEN
Physician Surgeon .
I of showy fruit and swaying palms: .-.l ii-! .'k-n with t1'e.'urrill : Surrounded Attorneysand
!, . i1. > > : by several lakes
I PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE I' -tiif.nl! :i I I'n\ fifth h .t'-\ .t>Th <.f pretty I
I j see the lovely holly with its exquis- !' :\1.) E.I: ',111.'h. "C1. I....inu : '.. :.' |I', e.JM-i. .\itt-: ;:, the b.!i.i.,.',;t, the fast and guarded by lofty trees is
., pine
fly )bt.-v: the vinesi !I :.. '; t.i7: |I'_ 1/1. ' i.'ii.-. "'. I ti ol"| ii\\: i N> \t 'u lo-totc- Counsellorsat
I ; see climbing !> I\E\I'II.\ -.t. .-'hi} the! iI1"st: .LT'011 daily pa' Lake Helen a winter resort of no Law

I II PIUiT <>K\N MpnttyllltUMtuthof "villagettuatt.d PORT ORANGE[ >ii I a : j I' .:' .;:rt.oau; : w.u-r from th- a spiritualistic
mll's camp-ground is Situ-
I "' Ihtyton.i five onI j hold: L>U the great oaks and: tiSatel !' M'!' '.'!'.)!'.'!'. e I..!...... sAtki&.!, !, ,IH'll ,i'tj-! ot flu" i'Dgh'Ls.! It :*> ai KLANli. FLA. ated near Lake Helen and at this I'FlM' KIKLWKI-.\.

he JaJ'toru-S..w HOUSEs. p.-iliuis.: and surely you will join rnUne ILADAS'i i olltlll .('U..ihow with a .con&lantlv! I place several hundred people make ;

Mniyrnm hard surTwe II I'loriu and say that this is a [ POOL PARLOR -;1.'t:u::; sieueEvery : winter headquarters. A laige lumber
>road the"venleVMU world wonder for ; :; G.V. fOUNTAIN'S"DaL.XD.
beauty. Fisher
highway of the }o u"t Fred Cummings > NOW OPEN ftI i : thing goes, frouj a :2iiors.fpower [ mill and the: largest brick plant in

< >I. The town is Owner aDd Maaater I Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage | Clean and Warm and I\; up to a oO-hoTae power andtjl I i Drug Co.Drugs | the South are located at Lake Helen. yu.

t IMtC4Ofltb.MX Klver nnd' H.tll-is. I Homes. ;I i A Good Place to Rest | degrees of speed from. a canter will : Stationery, !1 I ORANGE CITY
to' a twomieamiinutelip. ClothingFurnishings
coaoeictcd with the Pool Now Huyler's Candies t _
PORT ORK Xo one of Daytoaa's attractions ; piobably catch the sprit: when :-o i The principal attraction 'around
V*utn ala oppslt : Checks Given i; Kodaks Cigars
; I Il'..br1d .., perhaps; commands more nearly universal y do the roads and the beach are yours 1v.LAS I II. KI.A. 1 Orange City is the many handsome Shoes I

I The town is well BEACH attention and praise than does | Myrtle Ave. and Beach St. I The Florida sunshine i.s free, the golden orange groves. The town is

Lild out and bus the artistic cottage The owners of UTny ocean breezes are free the"tls supplied with water said to be the

11pn.tty homes. Lots for Sale. these charmingiHlas hail from every t>-,: and squirrels anti flowers are A. H. MALL purest in the world another attraction :
number of
tourists A large and winter Liberal Allowed Terms for corner of the country and they bring *.*........*.............**. tree: : tae sparkling fouuta.n water i* to visitors. It is at Orange City ,

ruiklrnts snake Port IMPROVEMENTSOcean their own architectural plans and : When You Are Looking! for J fr. e and you will have to go down The that passengers over the Florida East I

Orange winter headqomrters River buiLd upon them, and as the arch 'site your wallet only for coin for I Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and !
or : Some One to Do
on. of th. FISHINGonvsnicnt I '.-cture of one section of the country : ;auto and bed: 2:id board. GROCER drive to Dcland. The town is sur- I

M-rrntl attractions (' to Automobile differs: from the architecture of another rounded land !
IC"Dgbt'l exCiIrntfishing. Race C'uUi.v This is co fanciful picture: its all by peculiarly adapted

iia&i Bridge.Apid so do our homes differ in i Electrical %Work IJ I ht"re. It is drawing other thou.anosaud Dr.LANDFLA. to the cultivation of citrus fruits. I I lELAaD, DA

distance to outward and structural _
I \ short WM. C HOWES appearance f ho'dinp: them enthralled :t w.H: ----- ------

irntt at Port orange .\p,-nt beauty from one another.- There areno : DarIn and bold you. <::.'Iue aJid !se, :I......................................................
I H:8 the reiualivs of Port Or.uge, Fin. monotonous rows of strikingly : PHONE 14 .
lie" old unlawton
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...:;ar mill a place similar build ngs but the eye, as it -

I \..at Is Tltiltt'l't'f" Port Orange s'itit'piby.' is treated to a kale.do-. FORLAW J : "From the Grove to the Table" THE DAILY NEWS !
j<'ur by copic change which keeps the mind
I' *. On tins.ltheUnttY''st"- 01SIER CO. "
wonder jig, "What next? .
.: r>. Iht'PONTr0W.r i It i ii no only the exterior of manyof .
S ; pitra.sur-
.1 -r the old ( andwwvww lIt'al.'r I tlrte homes which rivets attention Grown on the Halifax. to"ysome three whose
OYSTERS andCLAMS The finest quality of fruit for salem : Gives Away persons :
: Best Prices Best Work J
mlI: was nlist In- ; ; wi'Ji.c they are models of convenience -
1 smoie boxes or car lots. Special names were mentioned in the .
: i digoandsugareane.iantatiofl. and the and furn- :
: N. Oran ...lln'tonn: finishing NORTH BEACH STREET T'
The mil I attention (paid to filling orders.
was' opsrattditen- iShmg jive evidence of the eleganceand .......4 ................... i ill very Day previous day's paper !
,' ? cultivation of those who worked MUNROE & STEVENS
.'lceIy In tho&early 1M. C. I1O\'ES\
d.ij but Imi been I a III all out. Indeed it is the interior .tJ ........................ GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. .. ..

dl'"u,>.- for forty or Real Estate i j! arrangement aud artistic: furu.. h:ng U JOHN P POLLITZ U 1S Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. : Four Tickets, to the Crystal :

tl t> years..t Insurance i and shndoig, more than the t-xter.or

\ery Interesting t apl>ean nce that giei! a surpass-; .S : Theatre and a Merchandise :

c ., drive Ik l Io>from vean 1111 Ixuihtu .ton., NOTAiY PUBLIC I I charm to Daytona ho H'S.; This f-:.t- 5 Suchard Chocolate Im ..!........ !. .!.!'.!.'__ .!.!.!.!. !''!''!'!'!'! : Order for 25 cents on some :

p th* iip;>roach otth Port Org.-ic Ila.S. . ture justly merits pronunence a.-> .Ll-'! 5 acd lOc Cakes m GITTENS MESSING 6 .

"- .Port .5ran. i i ('tht."roonller.. S S .. . --.. '" !- . -' .. .. : local store. : : : : : : :
hrtt1 <% JUTOt h. s.sisis.iSsisISisIsisis.sli5l5iSi.I5I5i5I55U5i5ISiS .
Nrtd,' and tho II S. G. MRI1Merchandise ': Streets ar>d Pavements the Most '4-' f,)) Fresh FishNit 4 S 4.

trough t h, and _ _ _ _ := .
p.tsstaig; Best. 2 McDonald's Boat Yard / .tir Clams .
,1I'ID.ipal stre.-t OiIVrt : .. .
tiranuf to t/t.na [General Why th Architeit the Vim.-: -',- U Lstablished 1903 5

...,. of th' c,,1.-! j chose lojg.ve: Daytona the mo:.t ..u- 1 CHAS. M McDONALD Proprietor J and Rose Bay Oysters : : Watch for them---your name maybe :

1 mttil old I suar; i mirable, the most picturesque natural: ; Market on South Beach Street .
2 Railways Boats Built Repaired :
returning t<>
\lttt Port !| setting of all the cities of the SouiaI Phone 5 Prompt Delivery : next :
,vtona by tb.' road Orange. fh. I and Housed. : .

&., lWlin1aAd lis I not revealed. but Qiat: such is a I, SiSiSiSiSiSlSiSisISISiSiII ; !' '!\. ...+...... !.!.,!'.!...!>! ......... I4.. .................... ....................+


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IDA Scientist Who Couldn't Light a Fire. The Handkerchief Came From .
: Italy.A
; It Yin Real.
: Lord Kelvin, like Lord Morley, once writer in a French review II NEW I.
f point "Mf, thf must have been esciting"Bays ; : PROGRESSIVE SMYRNA I
t amused a Scottish audience with a display out that the handkerchief ,
aI does not Mrs Bllmen, who is reading the
STETSON .:; of 19'1lOrwl'p.tl lecture in Edinburgh come to ns from (China as has, l een paper. ".\. twenty foot boa constrictor
L : with Lord Kelvin In the(chair I generally l believed, but from Italy. It escaped from the zoo yesterday and I SMYRNA is situated fif

DIVERSITY the Hike of \r1J;. was taken suddenly Is f only "fio sears ago that\ \ the handkerchief was captured after it had climbed HOWEAND NEW miles south of Daytona ORANGESIf

L Lqulpment I III.'h n the Wl* IH'frvis! c-: rrlitl of a Venetian lady) wra: <-oiisldered \- halfway up a telegraph pole." I and is an ideal spot reached you want tbot
) from Daytona hard surface road V TV N st
ELAND, FLA. down tll out uf the t anterooms: a great by a Orangeapply
ir curiosity.: The handkerchief "And I swore off when I saw It as I CURRIERFLORIDA I nt
Colleges and 6 I winding through one of the most
said: a I K-al "cue of the picturesque
papt'r. first
chnleal Hcboola. ____ crossed: the Alps anti was reeled went downtown*" prowled; Mr. Burners I parts of Florida. I Point Groveforth
t cost.nearly things: to IK thought:. of was the! ]lighting (' with great. favor nt the <-f>nrt of disgustedly./ With its ancient ruins dating backto

owment HOODOO.$SU0,000.cnlty Ferd Xordman! was In the city of a fire, and this tak was tackled France. Handkerchiefs, were then "What are you muttering?" she a time when the history of man dian! H*Krdland rOrani?*'.,
of 40 Pro8110rs from New Smyrna Sunday visiting by tllduk.'s: hostf' hull Kelvin. But made of cambric or lawn and l orilere l asked. LANDSNKWHMYRVA runneth not, interlaced with wiresof the !I..*tin the
and In-
ctors. Christian friends. instead of placing. : sume paper in theprate with Venetian or Alencon lace. Under "Nothing.: I just said It must have : the modern telegraph and telephone .tat'-.
t non- tartlLn and. !'IImeuod ,on that in the Henry III. of France the sachet: was been a ticklish job."-Chicago Post. "'LtHUI'M. its miles of shell streets as Grove situated II...
Tt-nchlng. orthodox' 11I\U n I'r lit' 11 lIIt% 701'11 the introduced. The hard and smooth as a floor and over- from Daytona m
onlookers handkerchief
Information Phoue 2S will call (di your cleaning was | LEIDERSDORF) arched the OaytonaNcwSmy
by forest
Jdrrss: ] l h y .desper.it e.Torts to kindlea taken Into Germany a little later and giants that rn*Road.
As Good Lost."You're Resident
ncoln Hnlley and pr 1"s.ing. tf DUR 'ETr. as Agent grew in stateljf grandeur during the
handful of ticks' ;; at was known Prices Moderate
IIas Iiurner.Ordinary the
b. li ri .,,,1>.. / as "fazellptin after sure you can spare this I Town and lapse of bygone centuries. New
1. mortals may; l he panlomil] for its: Italian name. Only Arsons of fiver are you. Shndbolt?" FERO
PN'lsldt'n'III E. Dillingham is addition Smyrna is of
making an Country truly a place romance
(t f. to his residence which adjoins taking !Some' satJ.a.tlou! in the fact quality used It. and an edict In 1505!; "Dinpuss: if I had not been perfectly Property! and restAll NORDMANNProprietor .
that even so ;great a philosopher' as was published at Dresden Interdictingthe sure that I can get along withoutIt .
PERKINS his novelty works on the south. Lord Kelvin did not know how to lighta use of the handkerchief among the I never would have lent it to you." nature here is very inviting to

; I fire." trading classed.: London Globe. -ChIcago Tribune. the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
Dr. J. C Herman Osteopath, 20 --
IR.S.HALEYI R S too is to be found the best fishing and
Vblusi I Ave., Daytona, Phone 40. tf
Rocky Road t Title. Careful
? a of His Gun. Skeptical. hunting in the state of Florida.
Literacy and 4T o*>s Marie PXK| (> t t<> m.irry the In one of the small mountain towns Tf"acfler-Xow, Johnny. what is th.
i'i'M.. P. Cornwall and Edgar Lane General The people are thrifty, the business .
annsellorLaw count? of Kentucky Iiv.il I Dim a halt pit, shape of the earth? Small Johnny I
r t weal to Ormond Monday to tryout "Not immediately There with cunnQ. Hardwareand men enterprising, and all unitein
t are three whom the lw ys: often went bunt Tt'ach4"r'by, I told you yesterday I
i the new golf links at that place.- questions. to be settled first." ing. On one of tiH! .. trips Dan and the': It was round. Small Johnny- extending the welcome hand of

'; I "\\ an IheyV" young! man with him were between Yes, I know, but I don't believe everything hospitality to strangers. There are
fill PraetUe In Dr. R. T. Bishop M. L. O'Brien "He must prove that he I Is a count." two hills when a rabbit jumped up> in I I hear.-Chicapo News. Builder's five church edifices for white peopleand 4 I

S Btate and and A. O. Holroyd went down to "Well" that would settle it, wouldn'tIt front of th"11n 11.1. ran up the bill to- I Supplies, an equal number for the colored

FederalCotuta Merr m.a Island Monday afternoon t6) ? Dan's right. The> other fellow, being; Not 89 Brave. Furnitureand population; the town has an excellent .

'r enjoy a few days hunting. and fishing "No. He must' also prove that; heIsn't on Dan'a: J left, did not wish to take the- "He was! certainly brave to crawl high school.. a splendid public i
.:. uiarri.tl.: chance of shooting/ at the rabbit for under the bed and engage in a life
t "Well:I""Then fear of and death UndertakingNew library aid 'up-to-date bnsiness
an 8'ld"llt. he said: "There straggle with that burglar.
ELAND, FLA.rRIGHT. Large line of 12' and 15 cent lie rant: :prove that: lie wants I Ito I he goes. Dan: Shoot him. hoot him:" When he crawled under the bed houses. ,

embroideries selling at 10 cents at marry .earls-l'Ieveliud! : Plain But Dan simply stood still and watched he thought the burglar was In the SmyrnaTHE ) There are any number of pretty

the Bee Hive, North Beach St. 43-44 Dealer. the rabbit disappear over the hill, basement."-Houston Post. homes for the permanent population,
i and his partner wnnteil to know why which numbers close to 2,000. and

j I I ( **A fine place for ladies" and gentlemen Had an Attachment. be: didn't sb Mrt. After u moment's silence For Good of the Community. some very fine winter residences. STATE BANIn.
JSURANCEiQENCY I ; Ajient:: Madatii.! :Iu\v y-ui a piano? be answered, "Have: you ever done anything for .
l to exercise-Pete Rodgers' I talkinp: through his IOCEAHHOOSEI There are good hotels and boarding ..
Ilousewlfe-Y.: >s.; A,:'at-I am: !' the t 1\t..1 of the ( ,
noose: 1)ltI"till) take for fool : community? asked
l Bowling Alley me a houses where you can find accommodations I
Handsome alligator an attachment wl>;Ii-i! I am !.sureHousewife Do think I the solid citizen of the NEW N f mmJOH
-I I you was going: to strain my weary way-
bag to lady making the high- -11'0' :SnVM 4'11I' A pent farer. F. W. SAMS to meet your requirements.
pun shootinp: uphill? -.JUlI Ip: *
est score during the season. 46JH What mik!;; is i'V Ilou-xfwife-SherIfTs. "Yes." replied, the weary wa>farer. PHI'''oil tTI: ''Hfa Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a I T. HAMMONDPr '
Land, Florida .-Cle\t'luiiil Loader. "I've just done a month." Rates section of vegctible land as can be I Ii
Spoiled the :
Solemnity. GLO. L. BHA.N.NI.NGC.isblrr
Public stenographer, typewriter i found anywhere. This land has been i
Joseph II. Choate when ambassador IS3.00 i
translator, The RIdgewood phone 13.:; The Secret of Health.A to the court of $t. James and Mark Sensible Man. per divided into small farms which can I Transacts a

DEST 39-6t physician informs. us that the best I Twain were together in :St. <:e"rpe'a; Cr:1 wflrdI'nU' really like to Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Someof

cure for sitkmis to keep well. chapel.( London.. cue! hot day both pleayour wife? Crnbo: hdw-I can'tsay i| WeekEwell.t the finest celery grown in the stateis General i

LARGEST Guests at Schmidt's Hotel: John Some way or other this had long; l>oeasuspevted. I set'iniuply :sot ('rd J by the solemnity of that I do but I've found out i its : : Huntiiml raised on this land. All other vegetables Banking
mid it 1.t Joy to have it the liost .Ian. Smart Set. unit KihinNKW Business
and BESTr Best, JefCe oll\'ilIe. Ind.; Mr. and I I the place.' i grow in abundance and here

Mrs. F. \VonseUer.. .Xorristown, continued 1 by expert autllOrit-l'lJia.! ""'hat au awful thins!: it i is"-1' ain sMYUSA too, is the home of the famous Indian 4 Per CenL Intereston
Pa.; C. A.IHes, Jacksonville; FrankG. delphia! Inquirer.Not begun: in a wbisj: >er. There are some who bear a ,prudpe: :: FI.Irlul'1.\ River oranges. Time Deousits' !

( Rogers, New York City; M. flyers J Mr. Choate leaned closer to ratch o'n'n to those that do them good.-Pil-
Florida Needed Below tllY. ....
Cincinnati; E. R. Joyce Jack tome iMirnlerou.sly sad expression from ---
FARMS ; sonville. "TIII. is a funny hip." the humorist - - f
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GROVES II I 110\\ so? ""'bat an. awful thin: it i i.:" Twuinrl'flt'att'tl. ea.eeeeee..e..e..ee.ees.. I .............4.....................4 ................,. 'i
.l ies have no rlork in the cabin.
i to be shut up: in a place - - - - - - -.I 1

TRUCK TIMBER or .. corner FOR tfiile\vootl PENT: -Furnished and Volusia residence avenues -, watch"Oh, on no" :the But t1e they-k"-Stray always Stories.keep a where one cannot smoke." I .: R. H. MCDONALD :1 I The Zapf Co. 1I1

; -ight f rooms and bath. Apply the I :
LAND r Beyond Styx. I MEATS -
to S. II. COVE or a el1lt. 12tf ,
any Statesmanship. "I .believe called .
!nil for Bargain you were t the father ; .i,
Hhret to.HE ""'Ilt is the most: valuable knowledge of your i untry.;. remarked the i: : Florida and Western : t JACKSONVILLE. FLA. :

J. O. McCormick and James A. j tint a statesman can acquireV" shade of Bonaparte "Did you like I I ,
[ GOULDOOTTffl "The ." t Is called! the and most reliable liquor :
A. Chew, both connected with the knoledjre.; replied Senator the title? : The Choicest Steaks and : justly largest
Sorghum;. "of when to change/ his "1 lid," answered the shade of i iWashinptou. The Primest Roasts :
Xenia (Ohio) Gazette, are enjoying house in Florida. Sole distributors for
( mind: .
COt the many attractions of I Ikiytona.Mr. -Washington: Star.ANNOUNCEMENT. I "but between you and .
." me I'd hate to bt e\en a stepfather tor'i T'l"pion! "'I 104 hat you wsnit and l w.- Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer :
. Chew is the gout: of Mrand
some of the cities therein tllll:I '. -Hxchanpe. 2 +will ihlfavor to :; that you get it. :
Mrs. W. R. Baker South Ridge-
on ('hon,' iRJPOULTRY:: : attention is called to the :
wood avenue while McCormick: TO THE VOTERS OF DAYTONA: I Special

Is stopping at the Islington. I hereby announce myself: as a An Untamed Rascal. ; :. .: : MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. :

candidate "I don't think there !Is an honest hair i .
ORDON for the office Assessor .
Tli- "-:Irll..r"ou l av1 your ord>*r th '
sir it te anything photographic we for the city of Daytona at the coming In his head." I I : l ltt,'oli.inof you h.iV'of H'-ttini; : : Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. :
"That's rlcht. I U>lieve h \lven
iARAQE have It. Lese m{, the astman: Kodak i city election. 44-tit th,- ohou-- t. . .
Dealer 14 S Beach St. 45-tf; i I cheat''] at ,'Ih'k'rt'lt"t'land: Plain i ii 1 ................................................. +4'V1f
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" " !" " " " " '" THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Peninsula Variety I 0 ,

flo Our Many Friends I I II Cay Published, from every December evening 1 to except April 1., m by- StoreDAYTONA i WE SELL i 0e i

I THE GAZETTE-NEWS CO. BEACH. FLA. 0 Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of :

T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor.C. Exceptionaltfonryraving'aruPs 0.
We beg to announce that we are Sole Agents on the East Coast for fam- < > in : lubricating oils on the market t .
S. HARRIS, City Editor- I .
ous E. & W. brand Collars, Cuffs and Shirts. We feature "Redman Brand" ROOD Adv. Manager
I Collars, 2 for 25c., all styles and quarter sizes, made by Earl & Wilson. J HARRY L. I .
China .
NOTE-Our aim has always been to show the best merchandise ob- ]I II GEO. F CROUCH. Superintendent Japanese i WE REPAIR f .

tainable.! In offering the above for your consideration we are positive our i Entered as second class matter Laces: j 0

aim is true, for "E. & W." merchandise is the best that skilled labor can December 1, 1910 at the postoffice Ribbons I j : Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. : 0. Greatly

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

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:March 3, Seabreeze Ave.
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Home of Hart Schaffner .
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: OPPOSITE HOTEL CLARENDON, SEABREEZE, FLA. : Toast Your Bread in 2 Minutes A e
I By Rail and River j
j: AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. r To'larrndon 1'honri'ull Excbiinge. j: .

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GOSSIP 0 0 All !

Best-Service to:the East :: BY THE GOSSIPER. :: MEETING I IS ON AT DELANO. ;, AND IRONS O selects

Leave Jacksonville ....... .. ... 7:5): )a.m. i!11".Ym'"n'!' !' !' "!}'n"'m'1n1".n-n"'t.' ! ' 0
Palmetto Limited. Arrive Havannah. ....... . .11.55n.ra.DAILY. II I help us
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A 6.50 Tomorrow is the time set
ugUltR. p.m.
.. . ... .. STATq ;
Carrying through Coaches, Charleston.: 4.2'1 p.m.E1ectricLihted ; iI | with all!
for the for the
mass meeting purposeof I
Richmond 4J* H.m.
Pullman Drawing Room [ . . .. : : J. B. The Electrician. Phone 71
4 : .. Washington. .:.:: :. : Mwa.in. discussing plans for the organization ASSOCIATION BEGAN AT VOLU. : GARRISON finest
'Itt mort' 0,16 am :
Jacksonville to -
Sleepers Dining Cars. ., |? W
drlphla..11:5a.m.ltiew ; :: : of a board of trade, commercial
8M Me
York. New York.. . ...... 150 p.m. SIA COUNTY SEAT THIS MORN. I 'M $ Sum
club, business men's league, or
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Hew York and Florida Special. / Daily Except Runda '. 0.1 MS! some kind of a civic organization ING. :...

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/ Leave Jacksonville
twin de Luxe. LaoS' which will have charge of the workof I
Description of this pjpular \"annab. .. ... . ... ... IBOND LUMBER COMPANYt
This train consists of Pullman Drawing .. Charleston.. .... .. ........... *:'! p.m. pushing Daytona and looking out I DEMAND, Jan. 24! -The annual
and LI-
Boom, Htate Room.Hoping inning Arrive . ...... .......... 7. a.m. ....i
teaxy-Observatlon. (cars heated by team, '\\.5bhTnJ\on\ .... ...... ... .....lo'a'm' for the interests of the city in a state convention of the Florida Baptists <> Manufacturers of : 0 1
brakes,and .. ? S.
the new high-speed ..... ... .... .........
1?brilliantly llRhted throughout(: hy electric. I .. 'Iltimorf'\'f't bIlKdt-lpbla.' ...........Il17 1.46 n 8.m..m. general way. This is the one thing : association Legan ,here today | ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER ..
Ity. special lights being provided for each \ ? New York. Penn R. R. needed to put Daytona in .the class:> Laths Shinies. Flooring Ceiling. Brick Lime and Cement in Stock i .
comfort In
berth affording perfect writing and will continue in cession; for
Hta.,ttnAiV, :told Ht..... SliI\ .
a or for reading at night. \ : p.m. with other J live cities in the south I Oflic-' and Yard: Fast: Court Railway and Orange Ave.

Leave Jacksonville............ 0.15 a.m' and business citizen I three days. 'Phone 83. R. MALBY. Manager. ; U
no man or .
Florida and West t Indian Limited. Arrive savannah. ............... 1.20 p.m. 0S
Augusta!!: ..... .. ..... .. .. 6.50 p.m.DAIIX. should allow any thing to prevent The delegates to the gathering Le ....................................................: .
Coaches . ..... ..
Carrying( Through Charleston JUBp.m. _ .
him from ; at this to arrive from all of
being present gall stations
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6.W CondWhite
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Electric Ligkited Pullman Drawing Room !'Etdon.;....; .. 8.441 nni.Sleeping gathering. Your presence and suggestions the state Monday, night and have I 999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999IA .
Cars Dining Cars. Jacksonville : altlmort- . ... .. .1O..128.m.. .
W. Phlladelpbfa..I2ap.nt.; ;;;;; : : are needed to make the r
been coming throughout the day
r to New York. New York.. ........ 1.,0 p.m. meeting: a real success. .

Coast Line Florida Mail. Leave Jacki-onvllle. ........ .:7.r.)5 p.m. +- day. They are being met at to-I HALF CENT ANtI ..
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[ Arrive Savannah .I:!!It:;sansDAILY. Careless: use of profanity on the depot by of local Bap-
Carrying Through: Coaches j Charleston... . .. ....... 5tnttatt.and > o
( RChIllO .. ; streets;, in public places and bu$in. tiistn; and assigned to quarters, the
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Eaeetrie-LlKhtHl Drawing Room "ton ::::-.i:: .il.RiS: I !
SteepmgCars. ew York.| ., Hiitimon ...::.::::::. s>u.iu. .-rsplaces in the city: i is a habit most of the day being given. over to i iI j I I II S The Prl
I VT. Philadelphia .... .4fn.ni. I Iwhich should be guarded against by I v Bruf
at Meal i Htatlons. ; : Paint
Stops V New\ork... ............. Wa.ni.. getting the delegates housed and everything j; I HOUR I .
Local Sleeper JacklonlIle to Savannah.Best the male citizens of this city to remove -
in order for the convention+ 'I .
to aad : I I Ii
Trains to the West. an annoyance: : women ..
> to get down to busings.
to guard against acing
I No. I emba j It is expected: the total number o. d.0.
:No. 32. I South Atlantic Limited >o. :Ja. '' I 57Xo* >:n *sing positions. Ilveutiy:
I ; Montgomery( Route
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32 and 5 kiI
I I' a woman stepped) into one of the I[ delegates will reach about 4"'i' tvht.ithey i .
-I ( .. will for all the electric Ii .......
I best known bUsine.lac. on have all arrived and the: : ;iI pay I
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8.15pm iLv.OJKam Jacksonville Ar M5' |plll> i 'lpl11) Lv .Ju.k..oJlvlll.\r); 7ram .
|Ar .. ... Atlanta .. I.v ). ;)1'1II|' *.AlMt' Ar Montiioinery.Hiriiiiiiiiliain.::: 1.\ fipm I Beach street, which! has a half partition -I people are making every p<,i<-1,1bie: .
8.40 pin lAr ...Umlsvillf.In 1.\' r'+.'0 alii l:!.htput Ar . 1.\ :<.4it.ni' current .
l.(6am Ar .. livillfKvanville t.v'y.:!r nni I : separating a rear room from preparation to entertain the N.SL'O.* a Westinghouse T
't, 5.45 pin Ar.. .. .('inoinnatt 1.\ "s.t.taai' 1.luluu i'\r' :: .. .J.\ :1.-111111 in such a way that they will: l b II ..
the main belles and roiuvelled
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a 7.10 am Ar. Chicago. .1.\.1 V..V'plll 7.4ii ai i'Ari : :-It. 1..111..1.\ !+.Iapm : I Iu .
.. .. .. pleased with their: lay in th.(1> Machine Motor
; 1I.:> Ar (.hkntI..I.\: t :'\l1'1U' : to listen to a perfect RoodI Sewing .

|lof profanity from several men in i lusia county seat. ..

No. M. 1 Dixie Flyer.Route I I No. scti I No. t I':!. Seminole Limited Xu.I tit, j the rear room while she attended tit { The program includes: adder -e. i requires and it will relieve I II Is.O .

-I I t 1-' her shopping in the front ,' sales 'and sermons by si.ine <.t t th- !JJ'I s" (k '

.c': ,f fUti pm i\' Jacksonville: . Ar 7Vimr I S.411 tpin ''Lv ..JacksonvilleWaycross: Ar'' ,.1':'11m room. lIer entrance had been so prcrtn sent liaptjsf mini.-teis; ; and *-j- /! I: '
: ,' io.'!&pm Ar.\Vat'ero!'>s..I.\ >. "am 111.":' pm Ar ...1.\ fI.'IIIU' I I entirely of that fatiguing I .
..... i ucutorb in thr you I4
7trwniAr. ;Atlanta..Lv k.4Ipm I 2.2'I ate Ar. .. .Altutny..l.v 1.2)811I: quiet the men in the rear room I
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Ar. Kvansvllle..Chicago. 1.\' 6.\l&m: 11'1111111I ..
5.4 1.45pnt$ate, Ar.... : . .1.\'. V/n! p 1I1 7.15am jAr.,Ar ..Hlrnilngham... ('hicaio .... l.v 1.\.1: \I.'Uplll 4.4H'!)lI'm> held the impression the front partof sourh.mm I .
7 JO)a in Ar..toIt.J..ouls..l.\ l'I.aapm' I TartuIAr.t.' | Louis.. ...l.vll.atpni:: the business place was vacari?, : A DELIGUIfUL I I pedaling. It will also I ..

except for the members of the firm: .

For Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or WriteA. and the blue profanity-laJen! air: I enable you to sew much I'I I .. wars

W. FRITOT. Division Pas:. Afit. W. D. STARK, Trarelini Pass At.JACKSONVILLE. floated serenely out over the low AT THE PUS HOTEL. ,: ..

138 WEST BAY STREET. - - . FLA. I partition until the .slamming of the ,I Ii i faster. . p
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door when the woman beat as hasty. I ,/ .
Steamers U.S.A.Constitution I retreat as possible called their attention II I ........
Seminole LimitedSOLID to the; man who had waitedon OTHERS INVITED FOR THE OCCASION -

Electric Lighted TRAIN Throughout.CHICAGO ] AND- I collapse.wad the by this woman time customer nearly ,in and a state who of TREAT. ENJOYED A MUSICAL j!i I The Schantz Electric, Ice I Ii 0........a.

1 p15 are now running betweenDAYTONA I One of the opening sfiaj events |t i and Water Co. I .0.
I I I I ; of the season was the pleasant innskale ;' .

I and given at the Pines Saturday ,: OON ONOONO NN ONO NN NN.0000 Oe1N NN....0000 OON U.


q f!RI op0 I! At 8 o'clock Saturday t tein: : tl.et'axnred : ..............0.................ee.Oe...e.ese.. r .
I I guests were received: I > :r ,: : SteamPalmet

ST. LOUIS[ I I :I ACCIDENT ON BOARD THE JAMES the genial hostess 111''>'. D..1. ('11' .- ..
1 I n iius, who was as.fced; in r.- >-.c Southern Railway! .
I ALL POINTS BEYOND. I insr by (Rear Admiral and Alr< MT 1 : > .
OliM-rvntlon. ('''liiiirTin: lit Mild :-II...-"- wtllrun I. t\v> i ii i aliIr.. and Mrs. Hobb.Thf .
Icy ('ar. IndhiduttlI..nthItiItt.. Frlltclluin ; I i i ii .
: : ('hnll'lr.. I'nunce'ar. r. DAYTONA AND hou"a> pr.t :I\ d.! .. .;tuh .1! :NORTH[ EAST .\:\ WEST .
I.\. JnckM\jil>-. ':lit |i.' nt.I ST. AUGUSTINE i VESSEL. .
Ar. ; : palms; and 'iM.'-Tt-l I plan -. .
T-I.:I > a. III. I "'
I Ar. Ht. U>ulv T-.II: n. m. i Early in I I wd< ", ( du:'.og! t.,t- ir.' r i i .
Forhlrrplnv. r<-..-r' at ton. and i.nl- Fiiru.iry 1 BOSTON Jan. -4.-An .*xnI;>Mon I.lldl 'r\'t'd. 4 == Fast Vestibule I Trains Daily ==4 |
road tlck.'K ixidrs 1I1: It: 1I lit the dSniim: ; ; lu in. .M 1'1 .
Leaving Daytona and 'or gasoline on the su-aiuur; Jan eI > e .
M. t. t'ANTXVKl.L.: :, Saturdays :
Florida Vu.*. .\t.. .lu.-k-onvillc. Kin.g Tuesdays at 8:00 I Whitney, owutby Lie Aivtrtwioita.'ij :: ; Alice Faulkes pre>idinxMi.is ;:. FROM I Ii .../sib l
: a. m.
Adele Smith ul' .(.Jal.k"ol\: i I.-. Y ,
j resulted the fatal
.1 bound South. Company, today in
i iI a scuest at the Pint who has a -"-
JI I Leaving! Palm Beach Saturdays | burning of James Manuel, a boiler- prano voice of unusual: ranutand i JACKSONVILL'The I II ....till.S .I
.1. | maker. Chief Engineer Bonsiein wa> .
rsO oCU and Tuesdays at 9:00: a. m. sweetness; 11r. Lane of ('im-inna; .

C, I bound North. angt.'TOus.lLurned and four. other already favorably known in Daitona I Florida Special" 7:40: a. m. i iI .
The Attractive Way I' employes of the vessel were badly
Prince ftrorplK> -k for his fine voice and r uark injured. I "The Southern's Southeastern Limited" 9:00: a. a
rendition!: ; Miss Anderson, an ab:>- :: .
1 McCOY BROTHERS I The blaze which resulted from acc-ompauist and Miss\ Melba: Mai i I "The Florida Limited" 8:05: p. Snu.jOceat,
the .
North and West explosion, was extinguished before m'l
sun. who in her recitations show .
I it had gained much headway. "The Atlanta-Jacksonville Special" 8:50: p. are large]
I ********....*..*.......... not only present talent. but great I v-.cc is a|

J South Atlantic Limited I DUPONT TO BE ELECTED promise! for the future, save ad.... .. on apple

| STEAMERS I AS DELAWARE SENATOR. L:,:htful program to the entireati.s- I : Im.-: i iI ....OIKFresh

11 Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. faction .and delight of about s.\tv Drawing Room Sleeping Cars to Atlanta, Asbrillc, Cincinnati, .

I' A solid through train daily t Uncle Sam and j DOVER. Del.. Jan. ::!Separate interested Rues> Chicago, Cleveland Colorado Springs Detroit, Louisville and New York. --

11 For Cincinnati & Louisville balloting today showed that Senator I The numbers were ir.rl.du.d b yCha'le I i ii .......I
0, : Cherokee : L>upont: will be re-elected un the : Ludwig. .

0 Through electric lighted sleepers I joint ballot tomorrow. i SOUTHERN RAILWAY DINING CARS I II ..
To Indianapolis & Grand Rapids F"R THE: KAMolKTomoka : .
11 I. I Jan. 24 In American History. .
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Dixie Flyer : : : pencralvbo received the sword of ..
co 1d j TRENTON N. J.. Jan. .:4-James Cornwallis at Yorktown. born; died City Ticket i Office. 10S West Bay Street. Jacksonville.i Florida .

Leaves Jacksonville 8:25 .. .. I H. :Martin will be elected tomorrow 1S10. I I IL ..
A solid through train daily pm. Ito sui-i-eed, lnHtStatl'S Senator 1S')lIenry James Raymond distln- I IN". I... MJK.' ' t K I'I.IT' .. r. .......
I i. I' \ \ i V i - tl; Kin.'
i R i iver i i Keane. James Smith has withdrawn JUl..Lfotl Journalist; founder of the =
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: Route Every Tuesday and Saturdayjin WHEAT STRONG TODAY; to Ilavsna.1fO7General 999999909P999999999999999999999999Write 0

o : :: January. : GOOD DEMAND SHOWN. Russell .\. Alger. Cnlt'dStatl.s II .
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Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. senator from Michigan, I ,." F ul... Lot .
t ,; : OHCA(5O, Jan. !:.s-Wheat wa prominent Federal general: ( and 'r : ;;. ; \; .. ;;; t .
Drawing room sleeper daily : a1 ; fM , .... .
firmer cables < n.\1-
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former of died born '
secretary war. ; II u\4f1 !'ulIl .I.; .
For Evansville & St. Louis 0' timid. dHtaaiui was shown. May was : 1S3 I'"T .

o Dining Cars on all trains 'i!I INLET AND I iNEW >'t.:,.:!a.-:- \\ .:h lu jrs\and cattle: t't"atlj. ,!.1 ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. t_ ij-: < til''U .i,.cf"ClS>l s < I... .. ",:'"II' .I ft I1lb.! "I,"r_'I.':.: : .!......

,i, I (From uoon today to noon tomorrow) "" .. . r..r" :
I I For full particulars addressT. ? Pull many a gem of bluest glass or green Sun sets data: rises 7:1J: ::; ino<.'ii ru"><'sZ'ji Bj 1"t .. oj ..ut.I.. '

WALKER, Fla. Pass. AgentV Thp big! !imin rable safes of jewelers ::; a. ilL; in'n at li"; ':;:::' "-, f.irtlufr1 -..:t 1: r.. n I:!""' .r; .J"I : "::': :
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: SMYRNA Ful: ::' .my a man i I.. barn to ,'h.':it ':.nsfen : ;I" ;: (I" ;.tt Mtr.uryL!:: .l-o! b :lH- !'. "" t \ .- .,. .. i e ..
Ar..1 I ;.,w his gleari-.ns; on ome; actress", low in ;l'i-t.! : ... -- : .r :,;; f -....."' _- -":";.-.'_-". #' .
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I Railroad "l1'il.tt his: }Uv.iue uf .r. itv,! p ra
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St., JACKSONVILLE C Leaves Ferry Dock at 9 a. m. .11 -.1.1 we tll '.! i--t: u to') .
118 \V. Bay ,
o : I \\tllJlt! tit hat.- .- _- ,. .: I in : or Inquire on the! Pre-asrs. No; 39 South Ridgewood Avenue. : .
.od!::1 .j. r. .amt" t.. J."I! a' >!. _-_.-.,',. r,." 1\1:1t-\ VAN ORSDALL & CO.'SWEDN : .
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t1J ( The late king of Slant bad for a full

; f HOTEL DESPLAND I It Is name I'hra Bat Somdeth I'hra Para- I HOTEL 'CLARENDON

i NEWS OF THE HOTELS minor Muha i la Chum Klo: ('burrVu nua. and this .. . .
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t kinds of -' .I ."':;; :,, !! .. ', -, SEABREEZE .
Zition. Daytona, Florida does not include his titles. A wajlu' ;,rrr.l1.; 'r' +
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& \Jl 'uIr. Bombay saw it in the paper when the M. .: .. l"ll't'. ',. r'oi-l..1"; ., : LORIDA' .
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NOW OPEN ruler was visiting that It.UIII. ., I'
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:\ and Mre.: F. B. Dobbin, 'of received I- t the Brit I..h orli: 'ials I : ,. L/ Absolutely .

: L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. Rahway N. J., are recent arrua'.s: at and )PISMH: it over to a jonnt IrNhsubaltern L ,.
t with the that he : Fireproof :
the Ridgewood hotel. challenge: J
i pronounce it. The yonnt; fellow I IIHlk- .
ii f Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all i ed at it a moment and then handed it ]: th_._, :i- Now :
tl : Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern : Mrs.:: D. Young, who has been back., lie said ho xxas not Ions enouuhvindcd ._ Open .
ii spending; a few days at :Miami: returned \ .. .
Convenience. Send for Booklet. t. but h was!' Mire h" could plat: : J
t :Monday: to the Bennett.Mr. It nn the garrison Hub piano' if the in- : Booking Offices: t :
i 1: CONCERTS DAILY. : ftrUl1lt'lIt't'r... a couple of octaves J. Seabreeze. Florida E. L. POTTER President .
i : Hotel Blackstone Chicago
The kind's uncle hoxxexer.
Bummer Address! : ATLANTIC HOfHE, Nurra>;anM-tt Pi..r. llbodc Inland. : : and11'1:: ;: E. C. Bowman arrived ; 1180 Broadway New York W. S. KENNEY Manager .
i who a :s slot prince lush pri.- r. li.n! : J.
t..o.a..SiSTERS :0.NNN..NNNNtD.e.N....0.0.NNNN.N.ONOQ QO: Sunday from Xorth CarOlina:" for one n:um alone' the folmxin1! : .1I 1. :............!.........................................

for their second season at .the Benne j I (r.tion (.f letter: I'tryarUsaa'arlra. :
.ON.0.ON.0...0.N....e.NOQO...H.N00.NO...0.0 :?.. I I ilotiirkann.} ; : Any one: who ran jet j
i. : Ihrnii:_!. this kind not flat one of the 4 4nofev (

I THE RIDGEWOOD I Among other recent arrivals at has lixinl a Ions; time where lie I J ara o.I..e.o..a..1

the Gables are Mr. and Mrs \V. L can look unit of the window ami !M-e

i Hoi man and John Richardson, of the ,gild vl peak of a temple' vhinuner- TITE INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better in

E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. J Winchester, Ind., and :Mr.: and :airs: ins; in the fjuatori.il: sun.-Chii-tian: ,( Florida. Table of the best of everything in season. Terms as reasonable as

; R. Schofil, of Toronto, Canada. Herald. J I the service will permit, given on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No, 112 I
: (
; NOW OPEN. -- -- Starve a Cold. ,4:0000.00000.OttM......000..0...0..ONNO..ONp00 p.e

Zone : ne,.. E. H. Hermon, of :Miarais-: Nature, ns a rule, takes the appetite II :

(. : All departments will be managed by white Northern help, i burg, Ohio, entertained Mrs. J. :M.: away when one is roininj,: down with I jj 0..0..0...N NO..N...e...N NN..N..0.....NN..0..0.

S Potter, Cincinnati, Ohio, :Mrs: E. a coed <'r other h infection. dNeaM! :and '<
i selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white : 'I'I I: THE BENNETT :
Acken and :Miss: A. E. Acken, of i is wise Don't roar Mary to
) | help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : Pitl:burg, at dinner at the Bennett eat when she has a cold. I>loci allow I i (ON'IOKTIII" :.' .' <; IIOTY.I.N (JI.' i
the neighbors to tempt Johnny with I ,
i! with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the : Sunday. ('slf'foot: Jelly or other dainties. IJAYTONA. FLORIDA a
71ANYf '.
1 finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, J Robert Houston .and wife and I When sufferiii from a cold the digestive > I I'. - e. _
organs are in no rendition to rare '< NEW TKN.NI CO KT
Summer address Proprietor House Shelter Island N. Y. :Mi9: L. :M.: Bruce will I'L : .J
: $ return to
: for
I fo Ml. The
< digestive, juices are al- ,
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IC''ON ............................................ ..... the Bennett. this week for the third I tereil or entirely al'sent. One or two I' -
season :Mr. Houston. hae been at days rompir.Mive, fast will often assist 'J..9999999999t99999999999909999999999999999to9999999999THE

:Miami: with his family during the I !. in Setting;: a ,sexere5ee; of t-old. !, :(

.........r.ar.r.r.r.r.....rtir........................ early part of January. A more <-( ii\enient and eujuyableform i''j I PROSPECT
| of fasting would I.e to subsist for one < I

Stock;ER Z :I THE PRINCE GEORGE : Thos. A. Peabody-----arrived .recently or two days upon fruit or fruit juirr.perha1.s I i.j I 109 South Ridgewood Ave. t

!> ) with the addition! of n little: j I I 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-of6ce.
: DAYTONA, FLORIDA : from North :Manchester: Ind., and toast. An exclusive fruit diet has nil I ij Steam Heat y

Manager n : Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors 1 joined Columbia his uncle, S. J. Peabody, of the practical advantages, of complete | Ind. ,
........: City, at the Gable fasting while It "satisfies! the appetiteand ]99999999999999C909999999999999999999999999999999eGtHOTEL \.
where the latter has been guesrl
a supplies sugar from which the \ i ifT
Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. 1
: rr: since early in the season. I can manufacture jrlycogen to sustain J ...... 4...............e ............................. 1
: Two hundred frontage on Halifax River. : the. white blood, corpuscles in !. : I

: Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : II E. Huffman of Gainesville! was their ('onthntHuw.lrfnr... against t mlcroles. (i( :: SENECA (JACKSONVILLE'URNNat_ : II-' :.AI. \_:NnOTKASHTK.ENTIRELY _FLORIDA.: _ ::
l .
William S. Sadler I in !
ANt li : Steam Heat Throughout. : i iI t gu&et at the City Hotel from Sat- Pesipner.! .. NEW. .. 1

White Help in Dinind Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st : : tray until :Monday. Mr.: Huffman is Giving Him Carte Blanche.A .
from the land office at Gaines\ile! : Albert Bennett, Proprietor C. R. Bennett Manager i
few John Kendrick .
years ago:: .
li i The Prince tt'ore I'It'r Is the only landing in tllI>tonn lor "-t. AUj.u.Un"IIId: l ..rid was here on business connect: : BhIigs; the humorist! told 1 a number, ofhis : A Nr., Pine,- fur, Nu. (I'.'opl.,. HiiiiiniiL., ) Wnt., r. ,St.. -mil, II. tit rod Phone tnhxir\: : fi
: Palm Beach boats. J'urtll'uIII8hll pleasure! : *'C' ,cite the Miller homestead near Uroadway: literary confreres that Itoomlni... ,H.. i \4i.. ThrlluL'lulIt. .
:M'.. _\ .
rrarat.I j he felt )particularly: elated over :u, order .....................................................
i v Same Management as THE BRISTOL Asbury Fark. N. J. : I he had' jirt receited from Henry

W. Savage, the theatrical lr"lu"'I'. '
....................................................I I Recent arrivals at the Gables are : ) r
i | Mr.I and ::\1 rs. \\". G. Smith Miss I:('s- for the libretto\, of a musical.nie, i\ H MANWILLER.. Proprietor *
----- -- The play wa produced a few months 'NEW SEASIDE INN +
LC .r.torer.......r.....r............................... ] anM.1. Smith. IJiookiyu.l X. Y.Ii'g; :: later. I 1'uriii:; the tong; p 'ri Hl of rehearaN -
r I _\IIta: :M.: lI..thawaJiss:: Ella Hath'away : This new and silcct family hotel has Just been enlarged( and rcfu: nishcd J
much of Han s maiiial,I
i M" : ::! ;
Los: Aimelf*, Cat; Mr. ,nJ! for the season 1910.11 to meet the requirements ol its growing patronage. *
;e i was eliminated and :so nm< h other m.itorial -
THE NEW GABLES i M.s] L. \\". Genihnt-r, (Juillcml, )1 e.; I inv.Tt.-.l in its vt 'ad,I that when Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths Electric and Gas Lights Call Bells +

I ] (Jr. and Mrs.] Frank _\. MUcheli.I'rovuliMKe the curtain went Ul1; on the tirot! niirhtnot : : Rates 52.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application *

r .. Daytona Fla. .- i It. I.; Mr. and Mrs M. I more t than half a dozen of 1 the 1"01111111111ddr., i ,. --; 1t'TEI.! > l : I I.H'lIt\\t.ItH.: : ur.In, (iroM'. N. .I. +

i ire ,. k .. I\\'. 'ren.sbaw Miss V. Crenshaw ..1.H. original: lines lentained.About ..............ee..........._ ...._...._..................:
e NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY ------- ---
Crenshaw, Mt f;. week later friend meeting -
e S. \Vebb. KichmoTid a a --- --
: t:, a LOCATED. EVERY MOD ai Va.Among I ; Huiir.... -keil! him if he was writing NN..........0....N....NN.......................
[I COMFORT. ._ .. .. : any more plays for Savapo.
: : .
; t' the I "Ve: replied Btn: :h. "Only an i The Ivy Lane Inn" I
guestc registered at
hour ago I sent him !TI 0I1 blank hrteof
;o i : Steam Heat Throughout :4 the hotel Austin are Cha E. Lore j, paper' \ and told him to to as f.-ir :ivj . .

and wile, Detrot.: Mich.; H. II. I j he lik(+ ."--Irvin <"obb In :New York; : A High Grade House catering to the most particular people. Central location. JJ
: S. H. MOSELEY. : Townsend and wife J. I .
E. Townsend Tribune.Anthony
[h I $3.00 and $4.00 per day-$17.50 and higher per week. : I
: ......,, -- Proprietor. : Alganac, :Mich.: ; II. A. Grady and

I : Iw.,.. .. .-.. Tb Arlington.Thousand: NliindPork. : wife, Miss; Annie Grady ChaUanoojra. -I i Trollope's First Earnings. Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor J JE.
x. ri w.
Ifll. \. Y.. during f-uiiiiii of . Ttnn.V.; A. Bell, proxi-I A literary man recalls Anthonx Trol- NN.................................................
.. ttence, H. I.; \\'. 'C. Lensly and lojie's" little gloat] over the first! fruitsof k
his "I 1 Poll a of 'The ...... ..............................................
..............r.......r... .......IOI................ wife Woodbury Conn.; \VilMarn: Xei- I IK-IJ you copy
I "'anll'lI.* ** he wrote to I..oid llouthtonIn ;
__ ___ son, New York, City; I. I). AtWOOd, H. PURDY, Prop. f -
;'; : I/oiiciuaii a Mmeesflit : THE SEVILLE
Ice ..........U.............re..r..........r.re.r.....ua :-Mm.: Ahe FosterVoodburj-, Conn.; I b i the 1a:1 t clf the first:; edition. I Daytona, eo Florida 6 l

i .- E.v.. Pond, New York Cfty; T I '.fit'r.t'r.} ... 1 think only ?:-oIt< printetl., .1 ,
Ii. James, wife and child. Hansel. GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON.
THE HAMILTON and they have l-en over ten years in
ii : : Colorado; :Mrs S. :M. James Kansas I hand. Hut I regard; the lww ok with affettioii. Surrounded by Spacious Grounds. m the most delightful part of the City

i i City. :Mo.: ; C. C. Rogers and :11' I made 111 :1's.:, Ul.: by the} tir-tj i The guests: receive the best the markets afford in the dining room and every
comfort and convenience that a well regulated hotel can offer to the public I
New and First Class
: : wift., cambia, :Mich. I j ear's sal'" .. having previously writI -
-00 U .. i I j I tn and published\ for tii years with .....................................................
1! out any *u<-h golden result. Since then
U a I' WRECK ON THE SOUTHERN; I 1 haxe inipr,rwl l '\' -n UJMIII t that"I ,I ......................................, ..............

: Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells e TRAIN GOES INTO DITCH. : FLA. Under :
I Trollop.\ cor ">urs' iinproteil III."'II TU Cleveland 1 DAYTONA. new manaitLJ I Imeat.

Elegant Rooms, with without Baths I IJ('11110\il, \...., .Ian' :::4t'l.u'h- .thiif", in no nn.-'rtin (;,...lIi.! .,,. \\e-t-1ruil1st..r t 1 e I. Centrally: located good tabled : rand
: : ,
] j' !omul: e\.i\t: fle.fibt: t'r.In.; on: til. C;:uwtt.- --. - .. Cht.I': :: K.M liyht-crvic..tcam, Fca.ruhle lic.itTHE;':C". \V J. SIMPSCN 1 ) i Prop .- ,
ayiI .
;-Miiitlum: ra:Iroad. w'r.t : )I'") th- Got It Might: .................... ..................lt...n0......... I' '!
:'\c'reJ"rh'r The auto tun..1. i NT-
: ,I.i i i ::1 K.n\Jf] : .
: : i in.ir : ;lies tilel'2! iiti ;
MRS. I. M. MABBETTE Proprietor .
}-i: in i'iXV.;.k'l'N' ad. F:re-man I Jo: ,t- rapin. and"itx Ijlitor Ton r.e.m: : ..NO.......e.N COOS irsi Q.00'...N.N.........N...... a
e turned turtle Nexx U'1"'rtt.'r| Well it i
I : 'Y U.- Mt.lllj .:du.tI!; | 'i P.I.Ik':: ,
: Palmetto Avenue DAYTON. FLORIDA : Wl"l hih: prkd rml'hhw.lcl' :' i i ii
ily ==41I n!:: !! Ir'i! n \\.i: > -< :'."IIS y lnjr.The .. AUSTIN -j ja

I ..................................................... I - I i OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA. FLORIDA I II

- ------- I G. \V SWAN, Proprietor i

IE i ...................................................... Willmer The OSBORNEA. I Electric Lights and Call Bells. Steam Heat. Hot and Ccld Water. }
r t! .1RiAN'II.. P1ol.. OSBORNE, Prop. : '
|:40 a. m. I : SCHMIDT'S HOTEL : Comfortable Rooms i Rooms Only Modern Conveniences ......M....................................iNe..... I ',

Excellent Table : SOc.. 75c and $1,00 per day -- -- - -- -- --

>::00 a. : Henry Schmidt, Proprietor, Daytona Florida : Rates Moderate i I -2.50 to 6.00 per week ...........................0.( ...toe.e...t.>o...iB..>... ItI
:05 : Situated on the bank of the Halifax River one mile from Atlantic : 312 So. Palmetto Ave.. Daytona, Fla. Steam Heated Rooms 11 Orange Ave I tte
|: p. m'l Ocean. It has fifty rooms single, en suite: or with bath. Sleeping rooms I MRS. D J. UMMINGS.I| :
::50 p. are large airy, and nearly all have: sunny exposure.: The cuisine and ser S 1--- THE PINES Pro t I
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: vice is admirable. Rates $3.00 day and up. Special rates for familieson : _
application. per ....................................................N. An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct f 1(

I INew ...............r.r..........r.......r.rer...........r-. .. .. I supervision of the proprietress. J t i

Cincinnati, .. .. 338 South Ridgewood!! Avenue, DAYTONA, FLORIDA. |

York. I - I I Same management as the New Magnolia Asbury Park, N. J999999999Q9m99 I j jI

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IRS I : THE MAGNOLIA 113 South Ridgewood Avenue. : I

=--= e Fresh milk vegetables and fruit on the place. Furnace heat. RATES: $2.CO per : :1 SOUTHLAND 1 1I I
I New Book
: day and up $12.00 per week and up. : : a I ;

e Florida I : MRS. CELESTE HINKS, Proprietress. : I Fit's a Souvenir Novelty, L f I

in and 1 :
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THE IMPROVED I......................1. ..........................11. ; '.'i

i : The H. & W. DREW CO. t ,
i lurldat r'cidi. nc'Lot tit : CITY HOTJELDAYTONA. ; : p E':'

lith t'lnt ray 0 FLORIDA. -- -- --
..-nfw.occun i F. E. C. TIME I TABLE -- -- ---- -- f t
onlIs: : American Plan Always open New Ownership and Management! : .
and biwdurn'sb..d Renovated and Enlarged Good ServiceS 45-49 W. Bay St. Jacksonville 1
[ ; : IN EFFECT JAM AR> 41. it>n I I II

tins t-luht i Management H. C. F. DORM.NNN. : .. ,, ,. I )
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|id luitb tin- I III I R.-\r.-I: \I. I'tt'I'' I; 1 I'r: t
and large : ..................0N ........................... 1

:antrants v out"hl,'; I ::1' .', 'M :tt .NI ;eu :1J: ,.. ,.- a... AND YOUR' l ORDLR \\ J LL BK F1LLI I) ;IF\'j |>'i LY ANT t I' -
.h... .-...111.h. -- -- -- - tt t .
(1' 't(II \. ',rt) .i ..N..................40.....A ..............'O... -t. I I- .:: '::1t. ': '?:, 1 i"a" 1"' :a:.':t St..knn\rile; :\ : : 7 "' liF
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ll t
\\ .:.miltaataaaeaa i THE PALMETTO , .. t .1' 1l..I....: I +
N I',- : e 7 .: ::-. t ::..-.!' >%'......Heat,h 7 are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin i
S .1 : :: :"a I' i Miami
Well Known and Po Ful.lr. DA YT0 A. FLORIDA. *
:- n China and Orangewood, New and
Overlooking the Beautiful Halifax I River. : i I u .

A Homelike and Comfortable House. First Class in all Respects. I This schedule is published as a matter of TH' .. : t i :'C': ; Of Exclusive Novelties.

euue i : iN. the Daily News and not as a, I
C. O. CHAMBERLIN. Proprietor I advertisement tj I :

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_,.. .,. '. ;-:; .,,,,." ' f SEA URCHIN.Queer Who Buys HIS
-. ,''tr.r.::,'<;:-,"''' .;-.a::; :8 Ej' "-4"" .IIt'; ::;r:"6 "j'I:"' :,'>-t I I DINING ON I The Man I I ORMOND-ON-THE-HALIFAX I SORMOND A Clsvslan l

id:. i( :Way In Which the Glutton I 's 5 miles Td
. ;;:;:::;.:. -'::i.:: _: TO I IY Starfish Devours Its Prey. I From Farmers Respon- north of Daytona, Drop In with meat The Cana

: or -..;>'" \: : : :: Fights to the death are common Tlw'between located on the west ORMONDto fen from uj
urchins and starnSh. bunk of the Halifax:

_=- I IIe i starfish sea when ready toward for the battle sea urchin i':a!-..," I sible For High Prices. P.h'o'r.the town The locationof permits i i ed into respects the lea]

II'S1.ABREEZE one of his: arms
DAYTONA I ofgooddrainageandperfect and said to|
all hi bristling
hoots out ; .
DAYTONA The I By BENJAMIN F. YOAKUM. Railroad Otficial.r sanitation; I
CHAS. F.BURGMAN. enterprising and or ntn-dle und in addition t.. I : ary quick
elevation Is su-!
progressive towns on the Halifax BEACH visible arms, brinirs DIM mi HAT the of in liis Truckers: !
: Peninsula, are geographically his always secretary agriculture says lwrit and Ideal for ir the old log did I' "
arm that is never seen unlessneeded it Is ccE winter homes.! A not uo out In thehurriinne > pte.
THE one although municipalities.incorporated The towns as separate par PHARMACY 1 for active use. This uMiallvInvisible recent report to the president is true, as I wide bridge eons UK th.re. ou'lItind The walt

allel the peninsula north and south weapon f is a sort uf nipperedged found by a somewhat limited investigationon -ots Ormond with Th.orltl. hnsel, eg pat
REAL of from three and one. James F. Dobbin with teeth. During one tight: I ntween Ortuond H"ach. w li. re no such comfort The Clef
forfa : account. It wa made plain as day to a h 10. winter
extend east ProprietorDAYTONA s.tnrtisi! the f my own Many fln homesre and, beingfaster I
half to four miles, and BEACH I a sea urchin a ramp grounda*lie
ESTATE and west from the surging seas of I starfish with a sudden m.neuieui. me that New York, and New York alone, is )largely maintained on Hlonij the shores of
Usually side of the the Hum
Halifax Everything ith.-r II JC.
MAN I the Atlantic Ocean beautiful to the tide water Carried In a First I broke off the pincers of the u..blll.. I responsible for its own high living prices, as are all th--'" most of tbt>mlIrround'd 1.0:01' FIAIIERYAtt, Tbe watt
River, the Class Drug Store The pincers remained liiiheUdtd In I by subtropical "I'mdeprecated.ntfl
FOR stream that sets them apart have close Our Prescription the flesh of the starfUh. rinding.. lu. j other big cities.: flora and .]
with which they Is Complete -
Daytona three Department I chief gone, the urihiii droh.1 !rubbery besides ('.\1.I. ON say."Un.en't.
SEABREEZEfUMSOrEU communion by means 'of in every weapon A BUSHEL OF BEANS FOR WHICH THE PRO- :
well as a half-hour ferry Respect all his needles Into the back of the w THE thrifty orange and OR WKITK: TO |
bridges, as I RECEIVES $225 WITH "
BOliSE starfish not all together, I but one uft..rI DUCER IN FLORIDA other citrus fruIt "No. sir.
t Phone 177 service.Seabreeze and.Daytona Beach are 'Phone another with all the method of calm TRANSPORTATION 50 CENTS FOR THE 800 MILE HAUL, SHOULD *.rt't>s.I MACONTHORNTON eplrat'on. "

essentially summer and winter re-of hated action. As the needles entered NOT COST THE CONSUME. IN NEW, YORK $6.40 A BUSHEL. THE Ormond has! manyttractlonsexcel. "All Tlgb|
sorts and are making hundreds the back of the starfish the startisn THE CUSTOMER I you canyonmtlk
I t"I'll II
new friends every year broke them one by one. The urchin
SONNT AG DEALERS 57 goof fishing safe
discomforting THE
who desire to escape the & PAYS, THE TRANSPORTER 8 PER CENT AND Inqufsplratlon.
loss of his
I of heat and cold, and rendered powerless by I the I !'totting, and many ORMOND .
INVESTMENTCOMPANY their hotels and boarding houses needles made a few mechanical mon PER CENT. THIS IS NOT A FAIR DIVISION. 1 pleasant drl res.! IF IN ANY WAYINTKRK8TED "
splendid patron. ments in self defense and then lay motionless New York throughout At Ormond Beach elr.!
receiving AND LIVERY the in
now FEED of to consumer
are Tho prico
eggs "Good II
average .... H located the lure
from the most discriminatingclass and powerless on the water :: IN PROPERTY IN
age of tourists. STABLE After a few minutes* hesitation and a. I the last year was 30 cents per dozen. The average price paid to ilotel Ormond and ORMONH OR "No. sir,
The itself, with its marvelous All Orders Given the starfish i 15: ts: leaser sister, the ORMOXD BBVOHHe knowledge.al1 .I
ocean close scrutiny of his subject and Misouri for was
Desirable beach, hard as macadam and Prompt AUt'nUonOftrpful the urchin and the farmers in the states of Arkansas eggs r-'ttoa; Inn. Theonvr Will Ol\e Your for IL"'ave !
Locations in smooth as a floor,is the greatest.attraction Drivers approached to devour him. But as the I cents a dozen. The railroad charge for the 1,300 mile haul was 2 I It Ion occupies overlookZ a. Kusln.-ss Prompt apple
although earth, air and sky FamlUar with ltoadllE.A.BRANCH .'os Attention "Fine!
any part of seem to have entered into a combination urchin was six times larger than his cents a dozen, including breakage, which the government estimates .:,\ the Halifax and coffeeapp Ij!
SeabreezeOffices its charm. mouth he turned out his stomach in I !ii'latter has as: Its
enhance every
to in the
I receive the in New pll
The beach is the famous automobilerace I thetmanncr noted by naturalists as a at 10 per cent. The men eggs outlook the m nl.

course where every world's Real Estate Agent common maneuver of certain animals morning and deliver them during the day TAKE 13 CENTS A :kant beach and the JAS.J CARNEtl[ But It w
utes taterbn1sbed
: Eratwvllle, straitht.a record has been made, Bench Cottagesa and, having rejected his stomach lining broad Atlantic.Besides
SeabreezeFlorida Indiana, and and all these records it continues to "HM'clnitSEtDEN'S, > inserted the urchin's carcass: DOZEN rilOFJT, EQUAL TO 43: PER CENT. the broad, ORMOND, FLA.Manufacturer a\
Smooth beach therein of for his hat|
bold without rivalr- spines and all. During the time consumed In his recent report Secretary Wilson points out that in the case
The beach has a width of 300 to ninny drives for Pure Home-Made
used from two I, by him In the struggle;:: of digestion distributed the United i .irrlag'-s: and automobiles -
500 feet and can be milk in cities throughout
of seventy-eight
I observed Having : GUAVA JELLI HOLDlatant

L. Z. BURDICK hours after until two hours before he was closely I around Or-
CONTRACTOR high tide, thus givin
and BUILDER seven or eight hours for automobil- Dry Goods, Shoes, he }began to show a change: of appearance. II FAiniEiriiECElVES A SCANT r.O PER CENT, OR ONE-HALF hrou h groves of TROPICAL Coui
HieclaltyEst'Tiates each middle decreased .:o I d e n oranges! ; PRESERVES
Cottages: a | ing some part of day. Men's Correct The distention of his I
furnished Seabreeze and Daytona Beach each WearAeoa and his rnoxeuionts lost their i OF THE PRICE: PAID BY TilE COXSC: [Elt The railroads get drives through tropic Sped Attention to We not
All Work tJuar- of il I forests to Hp.inh Family Orders "
ant'ed.SeabreeIe.forlda. have a permanent population approximately s from spasmodic character. loiter he was that the remaining 43 cent of the consumer'sprice I mr.HK.lT AWABm ..ToPun '- weaknE'fU'lepertf'CtIy'
lS((\). Sanitary ordinances The HeaIde inn I with activity. One I about T 1 por cent, so per \* ruins; dries toth. -Am"rll'nn 1''t-
to more p
seen move ,
are strictly enforced, stree's is received mostly! by the 1 RETAILER. The same division appears i ancient Pan- positianIIuCoRe.t : .
sidewalks are well kept and I morning;:, warmed: up for action by the w.iv built t>y slaves India }:xrs,1- crab abilltyljrestion
new streets are being opened as fasts I power of the sun's heat, he mo\ed Ins I in the sale of poultry, cabbage, celery, fruit'and a great varietyof I of planters of Ion;!; tiont'hnrlestenT.oul.tnnit I'urfhaoe! sa.4
V.C.GRANTPLUMBER the increasing population de A. YANDEYORD{ stonia<'h rUIillIfrolll side to side and :'.'o. and drives to Ex 110."lon,"' .Louis Success M{
I 1 and the i other staple food articles. ''l' plantations ofhnpitablesrttlerr
mands. Brides hotels and boarding Contrnctor forMASONWORK from top to bottom rejected I ceptlblllty
I spines, fins hone plates jaws-e\erj- I i to improv1
ar.dCtts is a.tole cottage acco- I
Water" Ui-ftin' houses there
I whose are replete -
Fitting of All Kind thing that had not disappeared during: II Domestic: Eta 101"Y. i places somethingSometimt
modation for all wider visitors in I -
with the Inter-
Concrete('urlingsidewalks the process of digestion;: The elimination "My wife threatened if I didn't pet : .. MOUNDGR3Vc ]
i Phont'I6d-2K -t of H the r nIi
both to./ns. 1 I II : 0 u
$" ti' I accomplished and his appetite satisfied Today. her a now hat t11t"d KO home to her latent unti
n.-.\'Tn VRKAOHKl.olUhA: All the attrac Beach the two DAYTONA : the, starfish: replaced Iris tom- i mother." Ii t an-of the most In- are many
to Divtona situated. adi in its normal i iiosition and\ resumed I Jan. 24.IJeeiiforeenients "Why didn't you 1 let her?" t.'r.'itln,* of these ards who
owns being so &i.tularly:
; the even tenor of his life. Harper's I! J: for the United "Her railroad fare would cost more : plantations Is at theIr have so 11J
Beach GrapefruitBest -
PINEHURST The development 01 Daytona : Weekly. States ;garrison: at Port than the hat."-Boston Transcript.Bright I ,-.idw it< rs of the only knew |
has been fully as phcuominal as its I I !illfax and known
& I
Peninsula I Pt'lIs:1I'ola, ria.. sailed Grown this detielnholding
north and each lecturer om-e ni piay- ricken I
the ,
Hri\c sister ou year temperance Ji- Ioundlro'It
GATESLAWYERS Monroe Boy. Grove on Rt.Augustine : t|
I Daytona Beach there is a substantial: growth. The : ed to his atidiemv two geraniums from fortress I Ii I-one of the finest Automobile
:\lod.-rl1 Coiuenien- great sand dunes have been leveled The first f watered in the usual way i I II In school the other day a young lad orl.nlelirovl'sontb.: HOI\IIIl MilesNorth thhkuisd :
"t .. Rates holies have been I' beautiful and vigorous plant i Twenty-five Years ago Today.Six was asked what he would rather: be I K:,i-.tCu.i4t of Florltl of HHlS (hy.j'SSUt'M t
R<'nsonuble.Mrs. and h-ridsome was a I IIOTKL: OKMOND I b.
: he vliy
I W. H. FreemanI'roprh built for both winter and all-year- Daytooa. Fla.Is" i but tine: other had been dosed with alcohol I great i o\\ers notified when he ;grew: up. \ stockholder t and Is amid verypretty ,-nnslathought
'inr shriveled attack repl led.-A rgon a: u t. I surroundings Deed, Knox stn"
round occupancy. and its foliage was i (;rl"t't'e that a natal
Moundgrove Is on ; II:
and sparse and its vitality th'caYl'll. I which she threatened upon Turkey Of Course. I th* DaytonaSaintAuguitlnr Beed Company.BULOW courage nil

. ..... .... .. . . . . . : "Now, ladies and gentlemen" cried : wtlllhlllot be permitted. I1t.-\Vhon I marry I mean to ban(!!,. : road. Postofflca \ cause it I li
: :************************** 4 : the lecturer "what can you say to a I I a pretty irlrl who doesn't know tint t I sufficient t|

executed at ; demonstration such as this?" I she ]Is beautiful. I i
Promptly :
+ to be arou
1r1I. "It's all right, and if I were geranium h--.r) thins': Finely executed
I Fine Job J b P I I Hopefulness. living livedo
Printing Gazette News Office. *aties.aa4aala : ," said a shabby man in the gallery I A wide .spreading; hopeful dlcposi t.I I He \VI.jxMir thing? Job Printing at great tl l

I "I'd stick to water exclusively' tJon Is: jour only true umbrella in this She B,':iuse she will have to 1 is 4I this office. giants If tl

;r .airiuX..i lXalaixUYam.aa .v.wv .Yx. ..w-r t \ but I am not a geranium. .fc- tale of t.a.-T.. ll.ldrJl'h.. I! .blind and deaf of ennr.e. i I aroused tli.[

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i Choice Port Orange River front PropertyFronting ing dot as

a clear stretch of river; no marsh. Ridgewood Avenue and New Smyrna of thread is still a Fpraii her by

and street other two sides finds nine
Road on two sides. River road on lays them

1 Improvements being 'made on all sides of property. Nine man ?'hut rah

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after that time. 0 Q I Lot 13, 100x346, $400. you tell) ij.

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Many Request Democratic House I
A Cltvtland 'Man' Cxperwnc In :a Peouti.n- Role !Wm. du Ca r** P'IaTed'

Toronto rturrtt. F.r Louie XVIII. To Retain Blind Chaplain Couden

|rop In with meatRMOND '1 9 The Canadian brother certainly 'dif There have' been snuffboxes..Jf. ,god! I I I

: ten from us IB several l strongly marked -studded *rtth Jewels of ly ,I !

b "\, respects. A Cleveland man went I,1 carved tCT-tolse shell. fillfT** ten n r. I ..
restaurant of Toronto
Into the leading .
porcelain Ivory. motherofarl.|) luau
and said to the waiter in his c&btom-: ble horn, wood Hnd tin. \fcfit there is I

any quick lunch voice: only one living snuffbox on record. I :: : If there is any property in Daytona that .:

\. ..J; J "Crackers 'ni milk-- coffee-apple .::... .
llf the old and that was the jmnlctEnr! luxury of I : you want see us.Ve are in a JJ
log did "
Ito out In DIe Louis XVIII. of France. : .
} : the ; t
t irrlcunct j ou'H tlnd The waiter bent a little lower.: I! % position to aid you.
"Ills maJt'StsnutIbox. a* she .
. sir.!" I
hnselseIhere "Beg pahdon. I was known throuxtanit: Europe waR '. :
no ouch The Cleveland- man sad it again: I
com .
|rtable winter and. being slightly ,irritated said it II dime du Cayla. a fixcinatln: fiorIte i ': .: ', eI I
It nip ground* us lie at the Bourbon court. Her place at yIR :' | EDMONDSON & DONNELLY
Ion* the shores of faster. I II ,, i -
r Halifax.LLON table was always at the monarch'sleft r \
'; The waiter shook his bead.
r4F FI8UF.RXAl'f.' I hand 1. and when during the course . ,
"I'm afraid we 'aven't it. sir." he of the meal he sljmifled his .....................................................
desire for
deprecated as ilashimura Togo might
a pinch of brown powder to titillate

I\ say."Haven't you nay-crackers' I his fat nose she took a diamond r'l1.-t. .......................... f.i.u.i...................
ed box from her (pocket dusted ]Just j. J .
"No. sir. Then with a sudden In-
':5. 5 plratJon.. "We 'ave biscuits, sir." the right quantity of perfumed snntT: .< : The HANDPROPERTY : 4 Do you want to buy or :

I "All Tight; bring me biscuits. And on her snowy right/ shoulder an\1 presented I ai 1 rent property in i

THORNTON 700 can give me some milk can't It to the king who panwk: fIt o : :

you-milk in a bowl?" with profound pleasure. ": ..N1L i .1 I e. Daytona? :
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ORMONDIN "1'11 inquire<<: -sir." Then another Inv As Louis was the greatest straff : .. J .1 .

tJOD.. "We can give you coffee I taker at a court where everybody 1L .1: We have the cheapest :
|INTERESTEDPROPERTY ." I snuffed constantly SI lmE'. du Cayla's" .:. .i .I! I and the best. :

IN "Good! How about the apple pie?" position was no sinecure but the 'human 1Lt : i O .

lORMOND OR f. "No, sir. We've never ad it to my il snuffbox was! well paid for indulging Extending from r i iI $7,500 buys one of the best residence .
i iI iI iI iI I
plMOND BKAOH knowledge sir. I think there's no I ; the King( In his little fad. 'Fie iI : River to Ocean a 1! on Ridgewood Ave. Com :

Will five Your call for It." Another inspiration. "We i presented her with a copy of "RoyI I .. ..1; pletely furnished and located on :

|luslnfcg Prompt f 'ave apple tart sir." I moot's Illustrated Bible and each one I corner lot. Call on

Attention "Fine! Bring me biscuits 'n* m11kS of the 150 engravings was covered.'with :I i : FOR SALE OR RENTS : i iI ..

coffee-apple tart and be as quick as I a thousand franc note. It was followed wl$, -I 1 1I M. L.
possible please. with the gift of "Bassnet's Sermons" I I II
IS. CARNELLpRMOND. [ : But it was exactly thirty-seven min Interleaved with the same valuable paper I :iAri BIN6UAM TUOMPSON I I :
t t utes later when the Cleveland man I from cover to C'o\"e'I"-New York I I j Office Peoples State r

FLA.Manufacturer ; brushed away the crumbs and reached I P1oess.I I .: .....i.i.i...............ii ...r...................e.u
of for his haL-Cleveland Plain Dealer. II I
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RMALADES AND Homer and the Book of .Job Allude to
TROPICAL Latent Courage and the Power of Men 'I the Product.. II Though there is za Indication that the Democratic majority in the house REALTY TITLE

i, PRESERVES tal Suggestion.We Cheese and curdling xf the milk are I of representatives of the next viol Attention
to not only can strengthen mental I mentioned In the book ot Job. David ,
Funtljr Orders :. I the blind Universali;: minkh'r'ho has served fifteen Tsars as (haptain to

oBMT AWABjm ATI weaknesses and deficiencies but it Is was sent by his father Jesse to carry that body. It l< !said! that several Democratic preachers have cast longing -eyesIn I _
11-Am"r'ftn! Kx-:: perfectly possible to Increase the general ten cheeses: to the camp and to look I which for" the of
Position! -UufTn'.o; I the direction' of that post pays $1.200 Just making a AND INSURANCE CO. INC.
rent India XIJOd- .ability through the power of suggestion how his brother fared. "Cheese! of prayer at noon each day when congress Is in session. Accordingly the many _

[ ionCharlestonIuisiana Purchase says Orison Swett Marden In t kine" formed part of the supplies of I friends of Chaplain Owuflem' are suggesting to the Democrats of the wxton- ,

!tont-'t.l..ou.s! Success Magazine. Indeed, the susceptibility !i David's army at Mahanalm during;; the l gress that it will be :a very graceful and gracious thing to retain the present

of all the mental faculties I rebellion of Al salom. i chaplain albeit he Is a Republican. Mr. Couden's blindness, it is pointed' !! out CONRAD BLOCK 'PHONE 128

to Improvement, to enlargement. Is Homer says that cheese formed part I by those who are Tsl1.r DJ: around him. was caused by a gunshot wound received

1 something remarkable. I of the ample stores found by Ulysses i in service in the civil l war At the age, of eighteen;. he joined the Sixth

IOUNDGR VE t Sometimes very strong faculties are In the cave of the Cyclop Polyphemus I Ohio regiment. He fought/ hi the great battle of Shiloh and lu several lesser

i. latent until especially aroused.!' There I Euripides. Theocrltn and other early : engagements with credit. In a s skirmish with guerrillas near Austin! Miss. ;e We beg to offer the following

RANGESand are many people who pass for cow poets mention <-hee!.e. Liuloljihus I :May 24. IS<;CL: being at that time in the First Mississippi marine brigade. Mr.

ards who are humiliated because they I says that excellent! cheese" !' awl butter I Couden was shot in the face and eyes and} was rendeied, totally blind. He returned ;: from our list of

Irapefruit- ;. hare so little courage; when if they were made by the ancient rthiopi.iiK.t i to his home in f'ilwinn\tI'and later !spent !seven years in educating:
only knew how they could strengthenthis I and Ktrabo states that wmie of the an property: :
himself at the institution for the blind In Columbus In IMS he was' graduated -
Best Grown deficient faculty: wonderfully by dent Britons were *o Isrnorant that. i
from the thfolosru-jil department of St. I.awrenoe IIl1ln'r Uy, Canton.X. I
love on Ht. Au us- holding the courageous: : ideal by j I titouph: they had abundance: of milk. .: Y. He took, charge of his first! pastor.ite, at Madrid.: N. Y.. the same year

Ire Hond Automobile 10 Mlles thh.kin: and doing the courageous;' | they did not understand the art of When he was elected ch.ipl.un of the hou(e he was p-istor! of the Universallet No. 124-$4.800 will I buy furnished; kr

North of deeds by carrying: the thought: of fearlessness making cheese chimh at Port Huron. Ml'h. Mr : house on Volusia avenue, four bedroom
TEL OHMOND by reading about heroic li\es. There Is; no evidence that any of -., ,- -
: : and bath, five rooms first
these indent nation: had discovered on
the heroic
by constantly thinking I
d, Knox nm : I' Absentminded Lord: Derby. floor. '
thought and trying to live It. The the use of rennet In making cheese I What He Heard. .
Lord Derby could i IK very nL'-ent- ::.
;d Company.ILO be small' In a because - i I They appear to have merely allowed John is hi> n:line, and be lives in
courage may person minded and onto on a tune he. walkedwith "ill No. 10?-$1,300, five room furnished -
\\* Postofflca 'It has never been called into i j the milk to sour and subsequently! to : New burg. riirther, ervoual i : I details:
Lord Clarendon} his opponent' house, one acre of land Holly Hill,
sufficient exercise. It may need only I have formed the cheese from the case i i are not nwe.. .:uji. Non: ', J( Ln Iris a of the
and told him all) the seerets fruit tree
1 to be aroused. There are many l people i I ous part of the milk after expellin ': wife) who i is 11:0' s.t> <-li.iril.iblc .is she Cabinet. Lord Cia rc'luh.n listened.J a.

Finely executed living lives of mediocrity who mightdo ,i the serum or whey. might. be. and she li.is u woman friend amaz-(1. but thought it too large nu No. 119-7 acres land, 300 orange,

at great things might become mental I As David when too young to carry who lat. donifsiii tioiilik of her. own order when he was asked for his sidvi I peach and persimmon trees, 6 room

this office. giants. |If their dormant faculties were I arms was able to run to the camp and therefore <'an and iloes s.uiipathi'A1: dwelling, 2000.
I <-e. It was not for him to < oui!>el
aroused their general ability 1mpro*ed 1, with ten cheeses, ten loaves and an with John's= wife Just what; lime it
his political foe*. At this Intimation No. 103-$3000, five acre bearing
and enlarged.The. i cphah of parched <"Om. the cheeses: I was when. John jinu- in the oilier I r
Lord Derbyvoke up. ":1 'iil;:. "Iteallv. grove South Ridgewood.
i I must have been very small. morning del l ]x.iu'iit Knowcth not but
I I thought all the time I was talkingto
Number Nine. j I (tertainU it was no. sort (>f time for a I ** No. 105-$7,500, rew house on
a colleague! ; He had continued.
t There 'were nine earths according to I Marvels of the Telephone.The ni.-irticd 111:111 to !I..> ;Citing. home, and<< I i'I Ridgewood avenue.
recognlxing the fact controversy
hardly / a
mediaeval- cosmogony nine heavens.1 Electrical Review Thus describesthe leis wife told bun :<0. though lie knw
he had been with other
nine rivers of hell and nine orders of minute electric current required In I it [N-rfwlly well without! IMMIIJ: told having No. 106;-$1,200, two large, deep
office. Ot
I ministers at the foreign
angels. The number being perfection I, transmitting speech: I I :Next morning. / after John bid gone to 'I': course Lord Clarendon honorably prt'- lots on South Ridgewood.No. .

since It represented divinity was often ] "The peculiar electric his oflite his wife railed tIll' other
i telephone current up
jIo ;r I sened the cabinet! see-rets but he told 120-4 acres land, 100 orange
\t. used to signify;I a great quantity i i is perhaps the quietest!' feeblest 1 woman on the telephone aid told
I his !story against I. >rd Ht'rloand' trees, truck land, 5 room cottage, r
P u In the phrases .I.J*. nine days' won- |I Il and most' elusive force In the world 1! alHiiit John. The other. woman was all I made a Inngli. $1,000.

l der." "A cat has nine lives" and "Nine j i It Is so amazing. a thing that any description -;I -\inpalhy.. and what the two had to 1 I ,

tailors make a man." In Scotland a ,: of It seems irrational. It I U ,, 5:13acs; 'ut the kind of 1'iivh.uid John : Oddest of Queer Fishes. No.: 107-$2,200, five room cottage t

I distempered cow was cured by washIng j I as gentle as the touch of a baby sunbeam was was more than plentv. In the I A queer ii-li that doe! not -wlm i'" Daytona and Cypress streets, large

,.. her In nine surfs. To see nine mag- j i and as swift as the lightning I I thi k of it a friend of John'''> p
pies was considered extremely lucky. i, flash. It is so small that the electric I! wite-not Intentionally, of <'oniv*. for us the "frogh-h. It live! in that'a.t

Nine knots made In a black woolen current of a single Incandescent lamp I! he thought John was: a model.. "hut he miss of fl1'at11lg; ;julfwe. -t l ,'alU-d} the No. 103-$1,500, small bungalow,

? thread served as a charm In the case pot theie. and it sounded} 'H' l enoiiLlito :: West Magnolia, lot 50x150, almostnew.
I is greater-,((()/ Kl.OOO( ( times Cool a : r < laarga'oio;. vea. in nltd'.ttlantieIts ,
of a sprain. It was also believed and spoonful of hot water just one decree : bun to stay md listen. Hut n<,t i! [I..toral tins sire v0 modiiieil null .

Is still by some that If a tenant girl the I I for lonu. rrevenfli lie .,.,uIt..1.;: and' !' developed IS to resetnhle. arulald: itusly I '
I and energy; set free by the cooling :' S [ No. 110-52000, truck: farm, 7'2
finds nine preen pens' In one pod and will operate a telephone for IO.Ot() ii thenwas a !stiddi'ti. sjletiee."WlioV (them for IIIIL.IIIU. (to the W..41. lays them the window sill the first Irat John's 'wife. I r
on t
inquired it-
Catch the fallini Very :::Illllii.' culoreil. It 'Ii:inr"--
years : teardrop! ofa tea .
and ban.No
I! man that enters will be her beau. child and thereill be sufficient "It'x! John." n flulld..1| I the friend hues to 111Idl( the aquatic vegetationbv : I ;

t Nine grains of wheat laid on n four water [power to carry a s[iken messnjre and hnnir up the rt'C.t'in'r. New Y leaved clover enables one It is said to I i'r....s. the latter de 'avand turnlnovn I it j : "rcr
< : homes furnished
from one city to another !Such' I is on>> Ridgewood>> large

see the fairies. the t ih.f..h. of the wire that had: *obP ass iinie-* I orrepondmhade! I lot, ga-age.
The Waste of the Vird.Ilverj The ti-h lav-, it- ejrr- in a jellv-likv I i
praTected and trained into obt.cli- ,. .' 1
The Curse of Genius. ..** : one wI\ls. w :mis a < 111 :111 in- tuiss: : which ali-orlnug/ a ;.. real quantify 1.-y No. 122-New house, cert-al: losa-

J The somber long haired: seedy} looking enc( live fore has tried to Ii.mifthe of wa1f>r. IncomeIhne time- :i- tion, beautifully furnished, large lot.

man was speaking in a voice of The News by Windinill. wind.) Kerhild} has mad.1 :a |piis'rpropellor big/ as the mother Itch, her elf. a 1.: I .
rolling thunder. ..r:1 windmill. Hut i times million fateful : In certain parts of Holland btrtns.marriages said. that the le of the wind lies : No. 116-52.0CO will buy a nice
., "A million a poMl> IIM- four fret long; and t two to four in.
El curses sit balefully athwart his hateful j i I II ; Iliad deaths t are frequently have been as ardiiotislinvestigated. : I II I wide.-.Nework World I home; five rooms and bath; hot
announced by the windmills Instead of
I head of tow! Through the gloomy eons i sis I !o'udl r'c.t'IIt1.\ dKoered l foiees :It and coed waster; electric lights; corner

may his black soul flit homeless forever in the mwspapers.Vheu a miller Meani and eth.tea fly and ya Io'I.! : N It Parnell. I I lot. ,
pets married he stops( his mill with I
!" i not foiueivable that: tl.e I'rwtil-II: IIMof -> I never saw: a braver nun than Par'nell.
the arms of the wheel' In an oblique No. 123-A bargain at $3,600, Pal
."Off his balance. I suppose?" observed the wind are underestimated) : Jillllecalise t I The story of his downfall is one
< position l and with the sail unfurled. I metto avenue, 3 bedrooms, bath, completely l
the I 1 they Ilrt'04'! familiar? pathetic in hi-torv. There
3 stranger. i of the ino-t
I often do likewise
His friends and guests furnished, good condition. ;
; ,"Oh no." said Smith; "that's Rimer. ] with their mills in token of the We cannot help thinking that the la a rumor that Captain ()' IIl'a said !

the well known poet swearing at the i ceremony To indicate a birth the : wind will l>e more variously einplovidMime I i to ('ambetta. ""'hat are we ;going to Houses exactly alike in sable row

dltor who rejected his verses."Puck. wheel is stopped:: wild the arms In a day In the same. tray that probablv : do with t I'a rlwll"! He i Is ;getting tv Lea valued at $6,500.A. 1

slanting position! but at a more acute the (problem' of laving under contribution I great dangr;. to. the countrv" And I 25 acreS near city limits; 15 '
; No Practical Difference. the gieit: physical' fa t of the Ganibetta repliiil. "Set a woman on
angle than for a marriage and with acres fenced and ;in cultivation; 6-
1C F"I made a mistake" said young Mrs. ; the two upper sails unfurled. Should tides will IK solved One would think. Ibis' track" And the woman insteadof room house and barns, $2,000. ,
locket instead i that the wind eonld l I. nd for ele: < love with this I I
Torklns, "and picked up my 1 a miller die the sails of his mill are e betruvitig; him. fell in Ii
of the little gold watch you gave |I. all furled and the wheel Is turned i trie lighting, vet there i is no I'ru.tkal I patriot and that was his undoing.- B. Lot on Ridgewood in Holly ::: i

me." i round until the arms assume an upright I apparutu[ for the purpose' True, (the 1 -Recollections i.f. Mrs T. P. O'Connor." 'I Hill 150x309, $500.

"Never mind." replied her husband i i"The I cross in which position they are i kind is I variable! and iKcasionally absent I '",<
C. 15-acre hammock ; trees
only difference Is that the watch i left until after the funeral has taken but as! Hettricity can be torell : To Discourage Him. grove

doesn't tell time and the locket doesn't I! place.-Harper's Weekly.A one might t-uppo-e( '' that this wa, the I; "('t-Irgl; ; '." said her husband's, wife. 'seven years old and in full bearing; II i I' iHI
Star. I near railroad west of Kingston, $3,000D. f ;I, i iI
even pretend to. -Washington very ease 1 in which variability did not "1 don't believe you have smoked one I '

I I Comparison. particularly: nutter.-London Specta- I of those dtI'1 gave you on jour I PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL-- t" ; ;I

Knew What They Were. I r Two friends met one day after a tor. I birthday:. FOR SALE : CENTRALLY LOCATED K f" 1ii t,;
Examiner-Well, my good boy can I I, "Thai' dear." replid his 1
: long/ absence. One of them had a very richt. m.v : WELL FURNISEHD; CAN f
you tell me what vowels are? First I ruddy complexion, and his nose was !I 1 The Clever Shoe Clerk. wife hu-liand "I'm puns: to keep SHOW PROFIT OF I( liii
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Boy-Vowls, zur? Ess, of course I can I I carmine The other l-voked Into his i At the .i>vt of considerable! time and I them until our Willie want to learn $2,500 I I0'' t'
Examiner Tell then. what are I hihr:1tJt" shoe tion.e i i.. LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH
me, face and said la Kir one :: to smoke."-Chicago! NewnConfused.
I vowels? First Boy (grinning at the "Ah. John. I doot"- bouml to (''ruh"'( tie go.N.. On a raiiivd.iy I TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS.- i

of QUE.'stlon.Vowls.. zur? runes went ; I $13,000 ON EASY TERMS. ll
simplicity the But John said he was not to Judgeby i a woman wearing; w-t I
Why vowls be chickens!-London Answers. in to buv rublHT The. elrk llIt'a-! confident'e in her I
appearances, as he only one : "She hasn't! any E. Small cottage on corner lot on
E ,J I ureil the width and length) of lierhluKs. :
glass of beer in a day. husband !has she? Ridgewood: lot 100x150: ; fruit trees, j i
face, n-uioveil} them and brought a She taught him telling; the I
I I "Oh. weel. said the other "yer No.
well, $800; terms.
Sundays Only. J II of the same size t<. try ..nVisions alit on easy i
I I perhaps I is like our gas meter-it registers i uevv pair truth the other day and HOW .h. (
Mrs. rioyle-Your husband's business II I malr than it consumes."-London (if a depMi-d p keeps him out of town all the 'week I I I : til her tll elaim.:: "Hut I don't Saul '

understand? Mrs. Doyle-Yes. he Is at Answers uev\ !".lio..... ..nlv' niti'!..-r*:" i I All Right. Perhaps.I We have some very attractive river front property I I

home only one day. I call him my : Where They Belong. : "I uuiler-'aiul.: u hi the Herk. "1 Father -ik nrie. bal-v-, '- lit : ..
I in Port sold -
: Orange that can be on reasonable terms : .
York pr
; Sunday supplE.'ment.ew s'l "!lave you any men serving sentences am onlvIvi'in; t i'r-! .' -h"-- all to rt: lag my /glove Ill'I.* It :a t'5:: r.c'r'Dearie : ::;JIll A_ t

.. for bigamy?:" asked the pri
The Easy Way. i j i of a rtii.l.! r t -i- il> "-n .ver a'I't i right-Manse'-you're:! ( cure It's j.-ursj qtr- p.4 I

"You must take rigorous exercise if -Lots of them." replied the keeper I shHTh ':i i it! i it .I l, 'I'-'i tit and. the \'h.

you expect to regain; your health." I but we confine them all In the in- tllMollK d.'i! ,, r.t ',e It It i 1-. "'I..i lit! tl I We have insurance and J (

"Aw shucks doc: why can't I take ;\\"anl-l'htladE'lphlt Record. for the ne\I r.;: .' ':.. T'" The first !steam tnrbrie! ttt"l v."ssei. a general agency \

some:: kind of a patent pill?"-Kansas : ".\I.t,! I rh';. . .,' .Ii :Mit:! t"xl't'ri- the Turbinia. was t"I.'r.tt..l! i, l by tinlion. :: can insure against almost everything except 1 I ':

City Journal. Naturally. t.lI..,. U 'I. .1 I. "lll.lt i I II C..1. rar oii- >I'i; works: atNevcatl

i S'' the rub- -on-Tyno ' I .r .ima was frost and taxes..i" 1
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"Po;" flowers! shoot, don't they : 1.1: ; .. .
'. Xo man or boy is ever the slightest -Certainly, ray son' t", |r, ., s I i .. .'. O. 1/ i a small v wl. *(' .. ' in length. ....a .il'Jl)11 .1
good In this world unless ho has ambition. "".0'A. pop. do they boot with theIr I' J 1.. \ Tvorkin aDd her first f ,te Nov. 4, % 11f1ltflfffll111lJ11)S >.I1IlJf1> 'Jtllllll\:? I

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Page EI a ht H aye You Seen 'I ?. ?. Gene Johnson's Be ICYC I e. PHONE 142-2 RINGS. 4* THE WFair |

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iEMBROIDERIEsi N.: Qualify .: 5 0 BARNES : ---- ---- - -- Good-II I 4+ tlons crate ton no{

r. .. :. THE NOVELTY MAN :. I New Spring 4b + + + +

K.'llt "Station-TV and School' Supplies, .
: Is what we consider in : U I'lioriusirnphHfwtux; Machines.Tvj .
. ";-'wrtt.>rs. i'rok"Tv. <;ias"war'. .
.'u.Io'rF"'hln. 1 TaclilToys und DS
r : our GROCERbuying : Notions. I Sixth Sea:

:. For the largest stock of Embroideries and the best .: : IES. Customers purchasing : : BARNES : Embroidered Batiste Plain and Figured Flaxons, I

values at the lowest i Plain_ Linens-anything in the way of? white goods. Our .
: prices'go to The Big Store. : : ing are assured of : "'111 "I..n! fraiiif your Picture, t\s\ :
. jour 1.1111I11..111111 I'nilirfllas. stiarixnjour Embroideries and Laces are her end- speak for them- +
: Another shipment of Flouncings, Bands, : the best in line. U Naw' andoth--TooKiuul pnlraluta.t i w
S : every : iiiiytlitiis; that l N out of thickr selves.
etc. received.THE In fact for any want call on .
: Beadings, just : -- . I SOUR Art ar

... -- ---- .r. :. SHEPPARD'S GROCERY :. :: THE BARNES NOVELTY MANS o: I The Chas. E. Gardiner Co. j I Carries style an Pel I

PECK-HENDRICKS COMPANY : : West End of Central Bridge : U.. >south.H'-ai-h Htrf et.1):Hj: ton Kla. U.. JII. :

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l NEW Rowe & Co. Window. The Beautiful Presents With a complete shop and :r Fruits and Vegetables :

Given Away at the Crystal on I tent help we can do the most J [ Alwas Fresh :: 1
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$ unAiiAifi iiiutmoui i I I : J. W. Ball & Son : ATIPLANS 1

Wednesday | Opposite the Yacht Club ii .: No, 237 North Beach St. 'Phone SSOISIl0USRSISI .: AN!

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At ;a special: m-e'ing of the ;nut i1!

oum-l:I of Daytona Bt'adl held l'Sni.iht Iw. M. SHAFFNERReal OCRATSOF

it was decided ;<> i poi 1912.VASH1G'.

'?;ven tort' ) watt Tours <'II lights onSeabreeze
Night i avenue for the lighting oi \

i I ..ha:; avenue from the river to theo Fire Insurance al dens-rats
-can beach. At the same meetingthe '
Avtl (1)4- tie
I Give in number recentlyitta.ed
I 122 South Beach Street April! i ai|
: on Palmetto! s.-eet l\y:\ the
4 OF DAILYOpen - of
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COMEDY CO. in the Revised Musical Success 'residents of that street at thtir own -

expense, were tin ed over to the ,. -
Daily at 2:30XKW : <','iairman

"A Trip to Africa"with n- _-_ _ __ ___ ___ _ _ __ _ town who a ill:I hereafter keep them directors of
1 li is;ho'd.: ] I i: "
Snow KVKUY IIoi'uTv '. democraiu c]
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,<> ti.-k.tto tilt- th.-itr- for totiiorr\ ni.:iii! will. In- :-IM-II:1 M-! > lil.-ill.; .. 11. n- .fW :; '-, and Stmc'ountr
Mme. Sissieretta Jones, the Original Black Patti I uttii-h.. will ,'allat tli.. I'ally N>-\\> otl->.. UNDOirS 1 SHOW f PLEASES; ; } %

-ulld"Jolly" -- I w At tt b.. ct

I i 4 -'::.. ,,, ,. launi-hed 40
Mi.I: arid Mi*. .1. 1) Wilkm*. of 'It ahvay.s pay, to r:'a.l eft-c.. one big (hat
Supported by a Large Company of Colored Entertainers I New York City, arrived here Saturday I thing in the Daily Xt'\\s. There are I fight 'next

i I : and are visiting; : their friends.' I two ticker. to the Crystal theatre ; PROTECT YOUR EYES ( rau,s from ;|
The Musical Treat of the Season Reserved :Seats at Hankins'Pile
Mr. and Mr*. 1-;. Osborne, tin South If, r tomorrow night awaitin: .Mrs. ..J.I States have
I and thus avoid serious eye trouble.
Palmetto: avenue. From this cityMr. I .M. ('al on at the Daily News office. BER OF THE LYCEUM COURSE thisPROGRESS'onrt'/f"er
While out in automobile wear
and Mrs. \Vilkii: ; will: go to i your
I I goggles of kind to protect
-- Palm Ueach: and .Miami.Wm. [ WELL PLEASD WITH THE EN
I P. \\'. XVilcox: W:H in the cl-ty: from your eyes from the wind and dust

} -- Allen--, JIlt Edick. Mrs. Bel.S.tl'u fort Orange this morning, and a TERTAINMENT. I also the bright glare from the shell NOW'
at rate. Have pleasant caller at tbe Daily Nen of- 'i I! roads. I have full line of goggles -
an amazing!
up I and the Townsend; Illeekmun: I Sidney Landon in hip characterimpersonation a
noticed it:? At the end of the !I fice. Mr. XVilcox own ro acrts of j from SOc.
you and families
Taylor formed up.
O:::: b 1 t a pleasai I handsome orange prove in and changes, the
JTh e S month A hen you get settled up you :; automobile party io DeLand.f property
wonder where till your money has I f ;'ke Hflen and Orange City Satur- j the Dun law ton hammock, we.-t of second number of the .Lyceum Dr. Neville H. Clark COLEAGUE
I Port Orange, and think
cone to. In ju.-t the sumo manner daj. going on'rin three cars in the are j course gave a pleasing eutertain-
a t debts roll up. so will a b.mk account grow in size. Hut there i is a feeling of r.iorning and returning in the af1 I| no finer .tret-s to be found in the Ii ,I merit at the new Daytona Theater: OptometristLook
satisfaction from having! money in the bank that: you never experienced i s-tate.. II II I .
for the Sign of the EYE.OPENED
moon after enjoying a picnic .
i from a long list of debts. Monday evening.Mr.
Have you any debt:' Then you net-d a bank account. It will teach lunch.Mrs.. I I atidon gave impersonali of --- ---
you economy and in time the debts will be wiped out. The delivery: wagon of tLNew .
;. T. J. Ferou and! daughter: I i York tailoring e. tJblshm..ntTas! "I'ncle Sam's" family! represenrjruby : ,

PEOPLE'S STATE BANKDAYTONA Ms l: Ida, arrived Saturday night 'I badly turerked in a runaway accident use of wigs, paints, etc.. the various

lrom; Syracuse, X. Y., and are with Saturday.! The horse it is said peoples who are found in the
FLORIDA. I Dr. O.; A. Klock and family on So.ilU I had teen given Ira feed about noon
Tnrted States. The impersonations r
1V.-SUI, nl.M. I'.I.hl.tNIi.. :. I'ii-lii-.r.t 1. K.I: '.1UTI Kit.Vu' : : Palmetto avenue. JlIr;. "'t>ron is.lr and! left to eat it without Liing tied. ,1 ---. RE I
.--I'reald.| .-at.ti. II. st.tM'N.: M. I.. WAliiiOXKK.Mrs. ': ) >. Riet:k's mother and! came here i 1.\ passing train frightened the eini- including speech and actions as w 'Uas :

I liecan.se of the illness of JI rs. Klock. mal and caused him to run from the appearances.

i -.r who j is. however repotted to be improv )place some whx-ire in XVa"cross. with The representation of Hobei ";. HClIMPRESSK

t in,. I disastrous results to the wagon. Lee, with which the eening's entertainment 1 I I Now Locatedin

I'I I The horse wart not injured. closed, was OIKof the
Ik \\". Anderson, who recently disposed -
-t(OC)( I best of all. Our IS IN SY|
of his photographic businesswhich i! Itishop .I. W. Hamilton of Boston, __ ___ I
IK\W he has conducted in this city. "OLD GU//
for several seasons let: Monday .Mass., who will arrive here tcnLOrrOtf BLACK PATTI HAS SUNG I New Place
| preside at the Sxth
Annual South
morning, accompanied\ his wife,
: Florida Mission i Conference of the I
for New York. Mr. and JUsn- colored singer of of fa-t'l
I .M. t:. (church which will convene no tu
I Ipr..st.ltt
derail have many friend! and! acquaintances :- . com den. k
j Thursday in Stewar* chapel l Second day has sung before-; i Fancy CeleryPhiladelphia of
: in Daytona who regret I avenue 1hid wa}'. wMl: lecture at the many: of the nobility an hags Madame prwtUiiai
their removal.Mr. Sissieretta Jones, aptly styled the Roasting (t'rttg'r
? First: M. J.:. Church of this city. Friday
I I evening, at 7:31):: o'clock, his I'atti of the colored: race ruder! thenianagetnent Chickens I5 opeett op
and .Mrs. James II. of lkt a -ut'I'1it
} : II. I>. arrivd 3 Mot/re arrived subject/ !being: Some of R. Voeckkel. h r
Uadley Saturday !tdm'HOt'J'e! keep everything in persons of Cape Cod Cranberries
I I ; from I < ugimpi
Chicago till.,
; Siturdayami present; manager in the ear\v inn'--
from Terre Haute. Ind., and i ia i--* ladit-.s'; and gent's wearing apparel Quality- I4(t ion. The proceeds of
\ guest at the :Morgan. Mrs. Had- are with Mrs. C. II. Abbott on the Ittrttire i for homework ties Madame Jontts roadsa tour ot Spring Ducks puhlf> to
:: at the Bee Hive, North leach? St. 37tf are roifonary '
I Bar Street ('. S. Clurk aeeomiuini i .. I ( u
>> continental and in
Europe mo t every
I ley is a daughter of Alex Burden J in the wt st.
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ied them from ; 1 Fancy Fruits ar .no"old
Jacksonville to
remain country she was oiniiiaiid. to and Vegetables
who I
owns a winter home on :Magnolia hive Oak Chapter Order of the: .
here with his family for a few i idarn. and did appear before th. reigning cRESIDENT- > I u
avenue. Star will hold a regular; : Yet Cave has exhibition .
on his
Mr. and Mrs. Moore are 1lrs.lark's : at faniili-: who expreed .nniiiil.f. : \ :: I Th. a.Ito
meeting at Masonic hall this even cigar factoron North Reach, (tret.. | ., .
parents and! Mr. Moore iifed |ilei>.ui-f. iiid admiration; "t'i th'<-
lublv stenographer: ; l ing. There will be dt" >tork.. : I
t'lewrter.tran.st.1.tor n : Mrs. several) pieces! of Indian pottery and ,'.
Abbott ; !
are oasiraThu h' ,
( r"d !
.I : > 'IlIay| :! \\I.- ,1:1.1: 1
the Itidsewood. phone Visiting membein of the order areinvited 'a collection of human bones and"te ,' ... :
i l'i! I i.a I I (:S:i.3t ctrl 1"j to attend. th which wenwashed froman ran ot lief tot) ( DAYTONA

- --- l'ollrad-Ottt'ti company has I i I Indian mound in front of his} father' =-=-- I
Messrs.V.: an.tJ1.:Miller: and the'r Hot! baths.: H!! K>p T's liarber Shop.C. purchased a motor delivery truck, ; home at Holly Hill by the storm of ..........................1 I COLD STORAGE CO. Dl
i sisters, the MissK Klizabeth like the one now used i
: mId being; by the
harriet.I.: :\ ;arrived Hlda.r .afternoon I . 11. Kotsers.:; of the firm of I). D. Cnth'r-.Iorriti Hardware company i: last OHober. Thin mound has never! R. D. JOHNSON Mir M : V !|
:| been opened but its base tipeastern .
on I r.- .1.* o
from Columbus, Ohio and & C. M. Borers civil engineers, was and 1r.. Gates and J. H. C. Morris I Experience II .
I side forms the bank of tn<- ingitt t
are again occupying their winter at home from Friday evening untl'J: went to Jacksonville early Tuesday '
river at that I ,
: point and durum! tli- cl l'" -k t
residence on North Uidgcnood:: avenue Monday morning, when he returnedto morning to drive the truck down ---
high fides: prevailing at the tinl"sof .
for the ea.-tOli. St.luhu+tine accompanied! bya to (),l-tona. The new truck will' be Is neccessary in the tl'Huhl.Fun..ral ;
the dorm the wav w into ttVside -
at" |
couple of assistant.; used for the I' tar
delivery of Standard oil. proper management of
of the mound and un"O.r"dth't'e .
FOR HI'XTX.: : :: Hidgewood;
FOR SALE-Launch relics of a past,1 generation. a grocery! store and we : and f 111.- :aWottu
opp. The Itennett. 1 9> rooms and bath, Nodallne. 7V2'y
** Ask
garage. J3..0. II. Y. Stillman. Oat: 26: ft., 10 h. p. Fay & Ifowen en- Xoit> the time for planting II I I I have the experience. I I II a
Cherry Laurel live fence, Box 5tj.tri I
ine. McDonald's boat; yard. a6-t-ts **I OST-Gold belt hag with hand- mothateller -
Madam Titus. >prietress of a -1Lltet :j ") head of I : ,
pr -- pa.iit*t woman between Orange ') :
millinery tablLshuient at Plainfield Elmer Croswell and sister who : Ave. and South St. on Kdse-: We Know I thj ,- ,.'*

N. J., who has bt'en'is.Vting MisM. have been in the Hennett rooming '. and Mrs. E.: A. Main returnedla"t \( WoinJ-or South bridge appnJ
Ella UeVoy and other friends in house on Volusia avenue: for some night from Cisco; where they ;: Daytona Beach. Rt'wartl.lr.s.: E G.

this city for a week or ten days time have rented and removed to a. have oven for about two wereks. Mr. j II
left Monday: afternoon to rejoin hef cottage on South Palmetto- avenue, Main oeing called here to preach the tfjo 3t have it in stock and I I Mr. t

mother in Jacksonville. as they are expecting relative to funeral trmon over the remains ofV. the best of it is that

Join them here in the near future. \ A. Langworthy, who died at hteKidsewood :Mr. and Mrs. H. X'. Craeey and
3911 automobile for sale avenue home
: yesterday ; Capt. C. :M. McDonaJd.: wife and I
cheap; up-to-date and fast, reason morning.; )Ir. Main was for many i llThe I No subst
1 .on. Cecil formed a party a day ort Best I II IIIS
for selling am going abroad. E. I). i years Mr. Langworthy'tj pastor a I our Presc
Hot Drinks I two ago for an outing at the inlet i
W. ROSE. Tu-Th tf "\&ha wa)'. II. I. aboard the Captain's boat. Odd, need not h:

i Tlm ',.. They expected to do somKheepshead .- I all we carry. It is foster you entrust)

Mr. and Mrs. Willett G. Smith VOltCold The steamer Constitution, of the: fishing, but when they only the satisfied customers are in posit
and daughter -'s Bessie of Fie
port Long Island. N. Y., arrived Saturday Days with a number of passer I j i no hook for the purpose and had to we are looking f :' ing but ret

to spend 'the st'ason.Irs.: gers. tourists drifting thta:: )' frompoints ,,, content themselves with some others for. _ I' them here'Ask ]

Smith t is a sister of J. .\. Hunt, who .. I IYOUNG'S further south left again thi amusement. However they had an I To see the Best Work Shoe you
i has a cabinet shop on Cottage av- F. 'It : \I.hl' morning promptly on schedule time' enjoyable time and Mr. Ilmx-ey furn-
The party npent last winterin for Palm Ueach and I L ever seen in the city, at cor.
enue. intermediate I i j: shed some amusement un the return jlLyman Grocery j l1ANKiWhere
Daytona. poinu.: Her sister ship, the I". S- '' trip: bj' losing his hat overboard I of Beach St. & Orange Ave. -

A.. L reported to have made an while skylarking like a boy TJuhat -
Cut flowers, ferns and bloomingpot excellent run south, reaching all l: proved seaworthy and float-d I Every Day is Bargain Day \ I

plants at cottage east of Des- SODA FOUNTAIN stopping:; points ahead or her schedule ;: until recovered by Cecil:I. who w-r.t Here. I
pland hotel. 5.6A ; : tine.L I I after :t m a rowboat THE FOSTER CO.
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