Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00199
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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 25, 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: VID00199
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
alephbibnum - 002072230
lccn - sn 93063916

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,. .1 Fair In south pOrtion, local THE DAYTON' DAILY NEWS Today. . . . . . . .9:58 .
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l. Published Every Evening + 'Z'
l Except Suuday Daring: December. January, February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida.

Flaxons, I 1 i f. Sixth Season-No. 47 DAYTONA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1911 15 Cents per Week

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them- I l WALLACE'SArt W. H. WRIGHT :: :: DR. BOHIMOVS"\ HOSPITAL and SlMTUIl'l\ [' RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies, Stationery and Havana Smokers

and Jewelry Store Painting Tw"nh'-"Ix First A't7.ri..Itiry enue. Daytona, Fla.. PRICES Books well! cured tobacco .
room n -Mil> nrst qualIty

.,\ Carries an exclusive line of new Paper Hanging furnl..ilt'tllllltl I ) I't(!<.1I1..lIt., il I thrmiirliout...... ThorouulIv.qulplwdup. vltIinllho.pltnlrwn ,- I I'Imposition! ) to :1 Fr' at > ou Kiifiit. I GEO. H. CLARK I- used. 1-1O1I'y
Co. style: Postcards and Daytona Decorating I | < rnttnrooInona.toudfloor. l I.-.t\ { I B. \ cur .I'w"'r".
Waterman Fountain Pens News-
I View Books. 219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE For t'rm> ..iililn- Vet Cave Manufacturer
t Phone 181 C. C. HOHA'toi: O'ol.: M. (). H. ROWE & CO. Papers and PeriodicalsMRS. Davtona, Florida.CRODING ....


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rown ice ..o.... I' MEET CRIMINAL Something New : BREAKS DOWN ; I!I i, WORK ONI -

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"II You Don't Trade With Us We Both Lose Money."

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1912. PROOF. I I II "

andranee WASHINGTON Jan. 23: -A national Marshal Gore returnee Tut'day afternoon POSTPONED I SHOULD GO I II WHEELING, W. Va., Jan :2.::; Al'GUSTIXE.. Jan. 25:;:;-AccordI -
from .Miami with tld: llufner.
democratic harmony conference;! wanted here on suspicion of being ; j While being pictured as a character I ing to the present plans of the Flor-
hill be held act Indianapolis I I ida 'oust Line Canal and Tran portaI -
the joung man who stole: Otto \Veuner's deserving neither -to"wpatthnor
ton: company the canal frotu St. Au-
ch Street April 12 and 13 for the purpose ? coat the expiring of December I pity l ;in a scathing arraignment by I
WIND BAD. gust; me xx ill be completed to the r'-
of preparing for the campaign of -G: and breaking into ihe- home of I j 1'
Prosecuting Ilandlan
Attorney in rained: depth of snx feet within the
1912. Mrs. Hendrix -on! My.tle avenue the TOMEETING.i
lis; next three months. It is tuxvv and
I summing: up address today, Mr\ ; j
airman Pence of the board of following evening..
f directors of the national league of :; The was picked at t i I Laura Schenck charged with attempting ha-3: been for many months passable
young man up MC CURDY NOT ABLE TO FLY ITO FORM BOARD Of TRADE for boats of considerable i draught ,
democratic clubs has issued; .ilhe! call Miami: on a charge of petty larcenx I to poison ,her husband, r.
I but the required: six feet is lacking
and sent it broadcast over the i but no proof could be furnished (o broke down and wept. .Her form

country.' I substantiate the charge und he wa FROM HEY WEST TO HAVANA. AT MASS MEETING TONIGHT.I wasshaken: with sobs xv Ii v-h couldbe the in many extreme places northern in Pablo end creek of the at

At this conference plans wIll be turned 0\er ,to Marshal GOre on the .heard over' the court .(}Om.
caoxal. The first dredge< i'" 22:: miles I
launched unite!< all democrats into warrant charging him with the theftof It :.," believed the o.e: will: go to .
north of the city.
one big party for the presidential a coat heie.Hufner CONTRARY WINDS MAKE IT TOO QUESTION OF WEHTHER DAY the jury late thin aftl'l noon.It .
The South Carolina and dredgeNo.
fight ''next year. Prominent demo i is one of the smoothestmen i is said the l"i I ed States' senate
erats, from all parts of the I'ni'ted ever held in custody 'n Dajtonaand conmuttee will i i.1 ix-estigate an alJeged -
of the canal and are rapidly opening
is eye trouble. States have been invited to attend it is doubtuul/ if the authoritieshere ACROSS THE WATER THIS LAG BEHIND WILL BE SETTLEDFOR attempt b> the police liere to the channel through and straightening -

this conference. will be able to prove any of the work the "(h' d degree." The purpose
tomobile it out.1Vhen .
wear .
cljdrgtti. against him. He was first MORNING. I GOOD. of the .IHIS1 ga.tion wilt be to
ad to protect this work i is complt'.eU: the
arrested here the for rid !'arn tihe i.t: thods used by the
on street -
: prosecutor
ind and dust J.a'J.ST., Ja.i.; :.,Contrary Don't forget; tonight is .the night I entire dredging fleet: will be focusedon
: lug a bicycle in the exening without to extort an alleged conCession -
from the shell NOW AfTER winds today delayed the of i the canal south of St. Augustine.At
for you to the city hall and
any light, the marshal taking the -to go I to pro'e11'8.. Schenck realty
111 line oE go*. present the Da)tona and dredge"
wheel as security: for his appwarancw: A\"iQ.tJOrIcCurd: }" in liis flight to lend encouragement to the attempted to poison her husband.An .
No. 4 are working between this: city
in court the following morning. Max'ana. Everything was In reuinetd : ment to establish a board of mO'.t"-1 !inquiry relative to the case und Daytona deepening and willooinxtbe

(H. Clarkirist :Needless: to say he! did not appear for the stun tltis morning, but in Daytoca. The most . Iwis been received; from the com canal. The required depth there
and the marshal still hats the bicycle. m ittee.ELECTION.
CONFIDENCEI the aviator: considered! it -:.00 dangerous (business men 'Of the city are behind is five feet. .\ six-foot channel has
Hufner admits the bicycle did not
to att-mpt the feat in the: this movement but the burden can -- been opened into Lakes Woith from
DeMi.si' to him and claims he pickedt
of the EYE. I I IKU be undertaken I by a few and unless Jupiter inlet here the ('anal"a..
: up on the North bridge. Up to strong xx iud. .
i the sentiment i is general anioiiii' closed by the October hurricane andit
OFJOBLIC.PROGRESSIVES th.a: L.me no owner has: been found When it was seen that he would I
I the businej-t men and citizens I tli'- i is now expected: that t.hedredge
: fur the wheel which is still held at be ..
unable make
tr() the start this
; effort will be jrixen up and Uayt'.u.a: :! j will be placed at work clearing;, out

the city hall. morning, itxas announced he would! will [be hell to drat along behind therather the channel at the southern end ot
OPPOSING Afer the theft of the coat and make the attempt later in th day SCANDAL
cities of the south. ThNmovement l Lake Worth.Itesidra .
EDcated Iju-akui; into the Hendrix home, iftJie rind moderated and if not I
is i No. 4
one to put our own city I the Daytona and between
w ::h both of which Hutner is another would t
start be made tomor-
RENOMINA nON OF TAFT. up among the other progressive: : Daytona and St. Augustine 43excavator
t 1 charged, the young man made h..twa > row morning
cities let know No. is used
and exerybody weare 2! being it t
to Ormond and admits beating I
I awake and) alive I SPRfADS. cutting away the banks for the t.
his train from that placeto
way on a ''
LEAGUE HOPES TO STRENGTHEN REBELS IN MEXICO ---- dredge::. The material handled Is
i Tort Pierce and from Fort Pierce I'
I CAPTURE SAN BUSINESS:' COMES TO DAYTONA i i very soft and it bas !,tell toiiud nec-
to West Palm I'each. He spent several IGNACCO.1 l
I t" ary to make the canal quite wide
I I, days m Palm leach and then KI: PASO Tex, Jan. .V-San Is'I i FROM FAR OFF PANAMA. NOV I COVERS EVERY COUNTY '
I I i order to prevent the raying in of
IS IN SYMPATHY WITH THE : xxeut to M.uuii.: where he was nabbed nacco, Mexico; 4i" Billys south :\ Ip rid II t
I i c'j l i 1 I.1. IalllUanagt'r" of the 1"1 I" high banks. Every effort being,:

"OLD GUARD." !i by the shernf.He here, was captund by the Rebel.to I: l Lumber companx, recentl}' receixed I IX UNCLE i JOE'S'II DISTRICT. ,.''. '.v in the direction of making
Ice I : diKn't; dt'I'Y: :-teaming; the cu..tlieiv. day. I I I
I :a letter from .John Atkin.x. of (:at um. I I all! iii.-k done as permanent an possible. -
WASHINGTON. J,n. 27.-With thw : even admitting he left a c agog ( II .
hope of eii'trem/hing( itself!, in public'' :H'e l Palm Leach: but says it i is I 'anal Zone. Panama making inquiry I I .
JAMES MARTIN ELECTED | I PROMINENT POLITICIANS IN It is |pre u.: : !IP that J later on a long +
confidence as the militant: advocateof up to the authoruit* to prove: that as to potato barrels orange: i, I
SENATOR IN NEW JERSEY. 1! I cut will! )be mL.ii a,'ri>s the marsh at
cry progressiixe legislation, the National !(! he ,.io.t the coat ;he lauglrf at the ;' DANVILLE DISAPPEARING AND f fI
bole::. tomato and letttwe' crateetc. -, Suiumt-r tla\ "n. The flow-rng and
Progressive Republican U toasting&! i ., r-howuii:;: 1'iat Daxtona and r.-1 | WORK OF GRAND JURY IS BE. l of tht.irt ..les at Ma tanxa 1 I
is openly opposing the re-nomination: Lome and! dvlares: nobody can prove :Martin was. :today i el+-'ted I'nited ; : .... inlet continually lo.-n-f bars in

is . of President TaftThe : this against; him. I Statesein.it' "'r from Net Jerst-v. to I !biiftin1--- :ii.ter: M-: ale becoming i ING HAMPERED. the channel and fall storms -(Knel.iiH's ': 1//

nberriescks league will do everything: IHut'lIt'r.0 i i21:: >tan of ase. succeed .hkliu K..an.I ktlOU' !i In' 1 f'I'lI': hililt'. i
wash over a part of t:it- .land: .
possible to trengthen the popular lispla\: a remarkable knowledge) of I - --- \\VILLE, 111, aJn. :::.--Tie mxeitigation -
I I" =-=--- -- - --- U>lou Saium Haxfij. causing:: t bad 2
reactionary viie courtsand ,'rimin.allaw. howin-- into the charge of vote
impression that Taft is a
'I files i in the lix niak.n; the
xvifa the beyond question that he has lta. 1 Mixing has spread to eve WJtttjr
'e ctablesiGECO. and is in sympathy any ti, I! Volusia County y proposed .'ut acn ss ;l h. marsh til"

"old guard." I i I ('OIl idemlJJtexpt'rit.n.t' xxitli > h. in the t/. Jltt"t'nth district toJay.; canal will t be more. Ia-tti.; f

The relations of Col. Theodore; ouurtf. At Miami he gave another! i i This is: the district: represented by

Roosevelt to the new league i h creating naive than Hufner and aduiitt. t : "<'I htha KY- BankDeLand Speaker Cannon ut the h)n-t. "trepre.eht.it. DEADLOCK STILL ON i ti

much specula-r.- : ; Huftter 10 not his real t>aiii.< d- i .\ et-. IN NEW YORK: STATE. I

_ I daring at the -ame time tii.u. .j : i.lwal! : |x>l.ti('lanwho are cl.iimed .\r.U.XX \ Jan ::'.-Thexiiitl. I It

(A RESIDENT OF ORMOND i the ain hortas: here cant to KIIOA i II Florida '.n I.:'(it .- k,.(.nleds'! of the all'-u i .- Jo.M t IaIi't t : ;11! the a1.it't to (i if

DIED TUESDAY NIGHT.. his real name: it is up I s 0 n v t t., l.irii: I :mil ,-l.inir: !. ,ir" dir-I: i| I Id.t: .t 1-I1'c: d} S' .t. as -enatore-

I find out. He says he c uiiie train i : i" :I' '':-: .I,1!: 1 tlie 4' ll'q-.ll *''XOiIll !! :-lilted in m" thiM-e! :: to'i.ix

Mrs. Nettie D. Zimmerman, a New York has eeeu iOu&idei.iMt' ui i 1..1 I'j.,,, r :.' \\ <.ik o' tli" it'and jurv.SEVEN I -- i 1 1j
IN. '
Mgr j
resident of Ormond. died at her tin cuu n try and knows xxl.u; ; It.- I II ---- I WHEAT' TENDS LOWER;
tome in that place at about Go' right! ,: art I I 1 I II I PROVISIONS ARE DULL. a I1 I i

clock Tuesday t>veninlof Ill":1l't': '' Just that it to be done xx ah him: I M ARE KILLED !I '".
/CIIICACd( J Inn.: : -Wheat: xanl \ :' I Ii
trouble. She xxa* 70; veal, of age. is the problem facing the uuthoiv .
i i r. 1I1Jn: :: I\\/. /' ;a t ih "jJf'nln, TltlJ I: . i iI
Funeral services were held at the I I t.ts. here at the present time The I I :I ,-
!(I \Ve cordially incite our friend- I IN EXPLOSION 1 OF POWER.[ | Inter: lictanie; ir.eultr.: !: 11 .. u ?
afternoon burden ***
residence ax :2! o'clock this ot (proofQof charges re .
and to call and inspect our (Branch of the Volusia County Bank) qulrted) at l l\xt I'roxi-uwis! tit
patrons I
and the (interment' was made in Or vita the prosecutors: and up to this I .
lull :and 1'ixxej- Sh->< fi%'. ro ten
line of nexxand 'cries. Florida
mond. Mrs Zimmerman. was the time nobody: can be found who can up-to-date gror i I Daytona, FATAL ACCIDENT OCCURS 'IN I i
(I'll-I de !. h (c'It'i I
II <
Courteous treatment and delivery I tie r f.: - v.e I I
mother-in-law of Andrew Sincl -l1". (pos.tixely: identity the young; man as prompt I I '.., .
t- nix to ""ii 1
teller of the Peoples State Dank of having committed any crime. If will make you a steady cus COAL MINE WHEN PIPE la'1CHURCI

thia citr.l : I'I an owner for the (bicycle can (be tomer. Our prices are as I low afirstcla..s I ; I -- -- -\ -. :::.--= -====== .
be sold for. STRIKES LIVE SPARK WHICH .... -- j.
goods can
found he can (be prosecuted for theft : t

of the wheel. The young man does Visit our store and we are sure you !I Statement December 31, 1910 j I FLIES INTO POWDER. I [, DruggistC'j4 ( ,

will come again.CONRAD. I : PHO.NE: 37
iux much fear this charge, becausehe '
; : Comptroller's Call i j jlo.ini ;/ 4 Beach Street
I'lTTSTON. Pa. Jan. :;:;- .S;-\ t'n r
declares the bicycle i is: worth UM" Daytona, Florida.

V than $::::0.) which would prevent a GROCERYCOMPANY I I' men an killed by an explosion 'of I W' .
; wZ-x /Jr; S. loltv:
mines ldhni: rood *
charge of grand larceny being made II I blasting ponder ''today in the {

against him. ltewrISCBF' of the Erie Coal company. On.. mi:: I ,

No substitution is resorted to in lii the meantime he i is being ht''din and Ut Icoant" lit.6.:t'1t.rLlraft : Ier (carrying an iron pipe! struck :t i -

\ our Prescription work, so you the city jail while efforts are xtot-ks and* Bondi-' t.IL:; '.).'.' l against a tit -l 1 support wjth t'he1''-' !t VELVOLaxative F

need not have the least fear when being made to gather: some definite Ranttn;: Hou'- .. : suit .that i live spark: nEe'l1tu: \ I Ii ,
\'oll..ctlon"t'ount 1, .1t\\ 1! I 1
entrust them to We the powder. .
you our care. proof against him. If this can not (uth and t 1'uf from Dunk :nn.T.1I.11 .

r are in position to fill them, and to (be done within a few, day he \\ ill 'PHONE 61.Daytona. :!.: .... !

fill them as they should be. Nothing be turned loose again. I.I\BII.ITI+ I' STOCKS ARE ACTIVE; 1 I

but registered men will fill I LodgeNo. raplt.il: I -tm-k 1I.tjll".II'urplu. ' FRACTIONAL ADVANCE. Liver SyrupA ;
them here. NOTED EDUCATOR SUICIDE: ant Pro"t- 5Y.i".It.I> I I
: 1141 l>ivlilfiuN I'npui 1'1 - :." .1". NEW YORK Jan. :1::>Stocks are II I
[Work Shoe Ask your doctor he knows. Bill I'.i\'nl.: . - - .....).I' '' '' .... PLEASANT. EFFECTIVE li jI i
WINCHESTER, K.V., Jan. 24Prof. ; B. P. 0. E. I"'po-it .I.r._ active xxiji;;: a fractioaaJ advance I

city at cor. Kdward Fox noted throughout Meets II.Hi.: '5,.1'I I mornint;. with: Pacifies and St. Paul VEGETABLE REMEDY FORClUifr'ij. 1 I
Every Tuesday (

range Ave. HANKINS, The Druggist, the middle north as an educd-U, commuted Evening. Visiting /!"Beading the: upward \-nient.. ;.'ttiH: BThu..r-1 S;--k:< I U..ad| 1
AT THE FLAOK \ uicide by hanging: dtir.uz: ; Members Invited. I Red:, : ?:! ";hAt\.d\ JI'IT'I"-: :-. }t. ir t hadrde

Where Volusia Meets Beach. the night. ILs: body cry. round 4v, : T, E. Fitzgerald E. R. A. D. McBRIDE. President 00': : .. .. : \'. : . ; f !
3 J. B. CONRAD Vice-President I .... .
-'i Ceo. F. Crouch. Sec. I. '''',..h aid V VI
Telephone 69a hanging: this: morning.! I F. N. CONRAD Cashier I.

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PIANOS aad DELAND the county seat of
I situated 23 miles southwest of
Concert Tuner is
PIANOS FOR RENT 1 COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the latter I

BANK city by an excellent hard.surface DE LAS D. FLA.
road recently constructed.At Four t'ollegpi and 6 The lad
FLA. chnlcal Hchooli.
DcLand is located the John B. Equipment co tint cbun won
? nearly |4< >,n rv1MrD that twreLLuu.IIULC of the lead the
t-ont't On. $100,000Surplus Stetson University, one Endowment HW.UUO.
Capital institutions of the faculty of tt Pro- FebruaryPhozie
N uu mi I iPhoae WOMNSEXCHANGE $50,000V. ing educational tessors and In.Structors.'hstlan.
South. Because of the interest in I
I but non-N.ctarlwi 'J
77 for In I Iu\.tn thllt .'lIn D. McBRlDE matters educational DeLand is knownas Teaching. ,
p.uptI.- t h" Illdt'\ Prt"sitl..Dt For Information, tnandpr|
ICECREAM "The Athens of Florida.
with tho' Int.t artieles. address: t
('all on :\lrl.\1.! : J. B.CO RAD- Stetson University has a faculty of Lincoln Hulley
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> J. 11iIuui... ia; Volti.Isi VicePresident Bishop
MILLS''c: .J '. \.... ) 50 professors and instructors. There Pn. D.. Lltt. D..
A R. A. \,"cOD, LL. D. Cure at tbj
European -4 .CashhrlDREKA1S are over $400,000 in buildings and Pno8tdt'n'J. day night.)

.. ._ 44-! endowment .
) $300,000
-"!, ;:,, equipment, nearly ject ;oBoston.
I I I fact must be apparent to the most a Carnegie Library alone rep. .
.......................... By L. C. I Euperf:"ial observer. With such lavith resenting an investment in building.

or Daytona's crowning gIo- zenith of natural beauty it be- DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than 'Dr J

E HATS :. nes is her incomparable beacto Xo i BUSINESS AND came an easy thing foi the hand of STORE $120,000. The library is the United Attorney andCounsellor VrorusU A

= New Stock Just in atFeck's : one wh:) haj ever set toot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS WH to gfte the finishing touches States Government depository for the

I smooth, racked sands; no one whoever which' have TO-ought out the colors I "EVERYTHING StateTof Florida, and contains over \\ <'l>d

: Bargain House : pedaled a bicycle over its ex- and outlines of the big picture. I TO EAT 15,000 volumes. Science Hall one at Law afternoon

: 112 South Beach Street. :.1 pans ; no one who ever drove a Man did all this in the laying out I 'TO WEAR of(th *newest of 16 buildings with will spend]
................SISISISI SIai.i.iSi.i.i.i.isi.isi.i of horses and listened L. -)iiUU.USISISISVSRIISISISISIS TO USE' here with
prancing pair w ot: the streets with tbt>rr wide margins 1 its furnishings, represents an outliyof Will Practice inState

to the popping of their steel shoes of parkage The entire city b(-comes I Reading-Room $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of and O L SpriSe"Ond

: LING WAR-CHINESE LAUNDRY : upon its phaJtum-Jike face; no one I a great park, with driveways inter- Elevator St>rlc '. the.most beautiful college buildings. FederalCourts aS \,

: US :XO. BRACH ST.. DlYTOVA Khlrts FL)'. who ever steered a high-power automobile : E. S. HALL : tioiitinI*?, miles upon miles of driveways \Rest Room South.
Press Shirts IS Vlpht! O. I I j # tlntbe
Whltf HhlrtSOb ll' oolrn! hhlrts 10 down the broad stretch of and Builder .so good as to attact motorists ,- has a population of about Largeembro'derl
S \ E Architect :
'ck KhlrtsNw K Undershirts 8IS and surf-packed sand :: G. A. DREKl&.CO.hivLND.3FLA "Thc'city
Hhlrts Drawers N from all over the continent. 3,500with: a thickly settled country PaLAND, FLA.
I.hIrtsco1litratt. ]:Socks.. p.-r pairS HCollarorCufls but realized that it Us a world beater :: Vo. :2i** Palmettor. : I five the uee HUur I
Handkerchiefs: 3 : DAYTONA. FLORIDA. Aid as for the pavements. pavements adjacent. _DeLand proper is
a Ladles clothes at corresponding price i. a wor Id.wondeor. Go stand upon N thoi look and act like granite miles east of the St. Johns River, on 1 1tlonaa.
..B.B.B.BBtB.....B0B.B.B. this wile speedway and see the hap- .ISISRSI.I.IUSISISISISISIRSISISIS1USI1I land of the WRIGHTINSURANCE )
I -where else between the eastern VoIusiaCouiityAbstracLCo' the J high. rolling pine f
pv souls flu by in JOYOUS mood and : *
-.8.:1 and western seas are so many miles great "Orange Ridge" of Florida. Long of
: tanswtr whether this is' not one .ISISISISIS 'I I *
U proportion to inhabitant! The ; predominating products; are "tl
: H. C. THOMPSON Ant. : the modern wonders. in jThe " am
ENGINES : W. c. CHOWNING M. D. : pavement question statds with theIreet oranges and grapefruit the estimated AGENCY bruT ifa

: LAMB : The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River. i I : ; -. as one of the chief drawing Il.-rt Filth. ; Pn'*.ld.'ntt 'crop from this vicinity being over a> '
HUPMOBILES : General Medicine and 'urI> Ljiiult- S":-
think is water with more i (':\rds. Till some unheard of place r.tary and Trf as. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes -- 1 11..
Tune : Where you Obstetrics :
Demonstration Given at Any : I
reports more and better, Daytona peaches, pears, Japan pe?Simmons,
PHONK! = picturesque surroundings? Nearly a U thc'. Hours: 1lOtoIII.: 7to".II1." Abstracts Furnish DC Land, Florida .

:......................... I mile wide. fringed with tropical vegetation : Over Kodak Place. Thone 39. : lchro\\5 down the .1.ul.t1et to the ed and Titles'Perfected plums, pecans, guavas, strawberriesand "Po,; '

artistic cottages with room SI SI SI SI 5151 S I S I SI S I SI SI SI world.Squirrels. I other fruits are grown in plenty. tr. -

.......................... verandas looking out upon her bosom -- -- - Flowers, Birds and Fruit. (and Insured In the way of public improvementsare OLDESTLARGEST \

: JACOB ESPEDAHL gamey food fishes in countless num- ,ISISIS1SISISUSISISISISIS. !I \Vluvte\-r ones' shortcomings and \ many miles of fine shell roads an
: Contractor and Builder bers beckoning, as it were to those I however indifferent y even callous Maps. Plats and excellent high school electric lights .
: Kuppllt
DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPhysician Blu prints I '!.r
a. Supr1ntndton1ru(11ono(8uItd-Designer and Craftsman with rod and reel;her boom fleck : .: 1: one may be to many thirgs.: the mereIeutttCii a system of waterworks that is owned and BEST ..

I (.t "flowers and squirrels. IiFl.tNI'. rI.F: and by the city, supplying I
ings PlltnllltD.1 to4."IUl.lttlons od With duck and coot and sno\v\ : and Surgeon : operated .
on to4hort \oth-. about : U.rda and fruits" will send d thrill the water at little cost. :
birds which sit as purest
DAYTONA HOKII : winged st a > FI :
tlt'l \
: IIFFI.'I-! : i II\.I-H: K"I| :
.......isi.i.i.isi.i..u.sII.ISISISISISISISIISISI.. :f for Jie port of bobbing upon t'11" Plum ,N .: that is* reflected m dte'ended pupiLs BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that .For Florida \ ", I
-- --- waves3tch; that labberbI1(! .I .nd pricked ears. DcLand is a church-going; commu I-l:
: white headed pvhcan pouch a ,'.i: I I S I S! I Fur every visitor wuh a spare KO .
: OSCAR MICHAEL I I mullet: and that f.sh: hawk stru -:!.. :..: 1 .-r there is a bunny read to coin COMPANY (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians -

: CONTRACTOR : : upward with his floundering loaU he :nil accept! youligilt.i He will sit bot! I' M inuf.iitur*'r>-ofLUA1BER I I Christians and Catholics, TIMBER or .

I lltH'b"d: from the waters : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS : 1'1 riat .Iuf knaw lutz, the mt'oil.t. ; besides colored Baptists and Methodists TRUCK ..:.

:. Filling and Grading >e the beautiful launches, spik Civil EngineersDATONA I ': .ti114 furtive: teaut'} gam: ...fe :tt you !! LATH are n: resentcd. LANE i'

: Heavy Hauling a SpecIalty. : : lldpU1.. wth hampers and l Iockrs! I'an\\hale SHINGLES I The graded school offers a: ten .*t nil r..r Ha; rtniuU

? .R.IISIsISISISISISISIISIM. tJul.ing with refreshments, both solid! : I'LA.I : [-10'\1"3. Usually ti".:,h t.ul l bCMIl'!( : MOLLUiNGS years' course and the building which .'t. to.

.. . . ,':id! 1iqiid rtady fur a cruise upim ttiIK h:x : I' " d! ..;:.. .J;-; th" jeir: : 'round, von :u>. rt'JIn.tl'l: i ,,tnt. ,.. Paints : it is newly furnished .:
>.! .t'dJ ISISlSISISISISSISIOISSISISIII.n.ISI.s.Sl.ISISI ot lultNmith coipV'f: : w'uMil ', P.i.td, 1citia .
: '.uic.ml s-urface. Take out jour f .01 I ., throughout, and is one of the most
DeVOY & CO. \-\1.1 It !hall: ( 'r:i nt
ELLA f '- !.l".s' in ,. <:. .t!- I'i.\\r'k! : .
: to I'oice I'.i!'k ', suiniuerj Iiueini.. lilooii a
MILLINERYAre -wo-iij bridge ISi'i.a -.,1:0.1'Hod.. schools in the bUte. i.

Fall i, 1 I ':4.t; hous(>. then say whether tli' '.: E. L. STEWART : are delayed. { 11.1.I \M 1'. Ft I.LANDIS I.\. I The trip from Daytona to DcLand I I'FI\Nfi. FLV

Showing Styles t Halifax hu': a thing of beauty awl! I. Physician and Surgeon : :!i OHMa! :d I ross of v":Muat ii hues 's made by automobile in a: little I' l-.t

No 8 Beach St., Daytona, FUEast and one of the 1l1OUl'1l! i . ... 'I1 .: edoM: .lt. : another household Ibis l !
:i JOY forever sLid there ;are: many
; '
; '
I : !I': .. :.. :. :: ., ,1;INM ,; : :,. : ; over aa
ox.x. :!'...'.!\!.. (! \!
j I...., \\ .' ..' 1' t ,t. 1"0." : ; !' '!!l,-CS .re aflame; another IK hid leads to i h ,
-.!-:! i. -.! -.! ; .. : T county site. A good road
\ .
f The Enchantlrsly Picturesque! Ridge. tt. "'. ut.I ... III. I. I 'Iii.ISISI Attorneys at Law I GORDONGARAGE .'
v-t-'n itt: a jungle ot tall cane Variety 1'riCtll'n: : lnsIt3tiitv : DcLcou Springs, five miles, a historic I
Florida wood. .ISI.I.ISl.IUSISIS sLid Jo" dtral
where :
i i .- the spice of life and here is : OourtsSpecial : spot, where 60,000 gallons of water

: ; Rid;;.,nvocd avenue is upon the crest :ion find: ifTne faaths\ for bubble from the earth every minute.

2 Telephone Company of a broad ridge, straight as> the crow .ISISISISISISISISI.B.B.I.B I: : birds flit in. and nlt&i their tn.sthatinlOnd",.'rr.. til1ot tit:.... I From DeLand automobiles go southto The '

; flies and the wide spreading branch :I DR. F. H. HOUGHTON ': 'ou'US notes help to give fullness l'uI.AN: I'. fo'1.\. Osteen 18 miles, on shell and I I DeLandHeadquarters

I Connections at Daytona i I e& of *!'ie htavv-tmnked tire oaks e\ : i i i ul "y mUlt. try to the picture marl roads; the St.Johns is crossed by : f

i for Long Distance Points ;- tend their g'aut! arm across, the m .,-- i Dentist : : .\a fur fruits: ihoic&itrus fruit;,. STEWART[\ SBU I ferry near Cstccn and cars can then \ for
!. 'I nir"l'.t: : v'::ta. forming an arch and ITu I k I.,. .klll I I.I tlllL: v .tl Ids the paliL to none for Isa tc A. Mi'uart continue to Sanford and Orlando by

I H. C. THOMPSON, Mar.f I from these: extended. arms gI" iLL ttatocnio i'' .'I., .n \V. .' h.,uu v,nt h Bn.I,..' : I i iiiai.ty aiu quantity per a<'re. There kford: t.t'VllirtAttorneys UIMarr \' I hard road. There is a shell road

i ,-i'@M\.! I of Spanish uios-s saas; the ..C L'i B.B.B.BB S B S B S BB S B.B. I irl' .iirs of Citru>> grcves in prox- at Law from DcLand to Orange City, five I Maxwell Touring
: I trade winds from the trope: seas: branches bt dn>'; : Cars and
-- -- --- 'n.y to thitcity., ( mid Nwturh s PublKt miles, and a good road from DeLand '
il S<8 i fan them Looking straight ahiad ISISU.U.1.ISISISISU.ISISI: :() thc; e; itn with their burdens of to Lake Helen, a like distance. RunaboutsVrthurd
rT. McCLELLAN : I down this white shell street one ha.s :: T. E.: Fit':' 1"11'.1' E. F. t tal. : ' ..('u3.t'den; globes, which for JI.-J.\'P.t I I-L\ I,

The imprt'>s:on cf a fairy path with :: FITZGERALD & OATES :..in. j>icfluacand ali desirable
Mill Work I -.1 ir sa draperies but as you move :: Attorneys and Counsellors; at Law : ,:i .1.1 t.t would truly astonish .rou. I J. A.ERICKSON. I BOND I Royal PHAMLIN.HiI11UnI

i $ 'loii;; Aid cast an eye first to th. ...).. <.,LI,il I "al'III.:,t -_ ." E'"IIIIIIIO': I .,I I : : The Fastest Autos and The Finest I :Maiiul.t! r,. I i

Writ or ask him about anything ; i right; and then to the left you -* t.n.t t..I. tin : n.1 Tltl.! & CO. Light Granite, Buff, Red ar I
< 'Ttt, ". i!Ti H i.ttt! ui B\II.\ . 'l'h"o'I I 1 1B 1" Out. .
: yon want made of wood Everything i d;at n uifchtd: cottage homes in th' :: ? Uir: !:*-.' !Stock of Drab Brick I
II .B.B.B.B.BB.a.B.B.B.Bt Tit.. -eutth "orllndH'. no yel\:1 i Pianos, Organs aad .
the best. !, mc> t df ghtful settings. 1 I.a ir!!" ( :If'II""': i r. ronipt tit! Iit i II'-I &
J wheth from Mtss'ui:' Sewing MachniesstuiII t.''. \\.01. '. : i:.i...:. ,id Pru.IV '
\ I'tine
Ave Phone 123 .i I I :bee::: .h. rlLstenng: leaf of the grand .......... ...... .....- .- .......-.._..._' .- _..._...!\!-'-..-.. : : IIr Ja'CIIIiltI.S \tI.!! :\"-; ".t .F\H\. :-I i HAMLIN
North Ridgewood Mjine. front Kaumal.o"> o
: lU .,noli.. which nature has \'al"Uisht'd : f'wu: ; it. H \. I

'=' =="" 4 -:'!'A".' .\!,_ .. 2.I :IS no *.rt'V' brush: ever could; am1! DR. J. P. ESCH T !nb n to, auidiiii. wil: t It. "t-Ii0.\ 1i.: I Ii LAKE HELEN
_ ----- 1 . tli. \\orld'. rl't'PIII top :'
- : with their bur Ii" : i l' : t: I lit where
- -- the cdbbuf; palms and Surgeon Z Attorneys
i ii Physician
.. and swaying : Z "' '_" il is broken w :.th tv 'iu. ".'ui 'nut ALLLM'SN Surrounded by several pretty lake and
IO.fruit .
pais. .
I 11 t : i t I" !1. I, ..,.. -. .plh..r1. t
!1' itt-uI. t '
i ) PICTURESQUE{ [ PORT OHM : ''t'e' tb! lovely holly with its exii"'a !, \1.i"t:. ''II.I.'i i !,.I tlm",1"\ :: t., |p. .1.hO'1.utl"O.. til.' 1 h.-..:, ti!,.. t:tat \t to I'f-:ul.".... .&:J.J guarded by lofty pine trees is Counsellors

I I"UUT .' the cl.iubiug viliet. 1.1.I . T,, ; I !'n. P.!i., V'. | \> T"| \ V .T. t'lj! til,' i.n..Nt .M"" pH (dt.\: ; I> I' Lake Helen a winter resort of nhtt'c at Law
-- '' It :'V ; e e liE: \. 'IILA8AS'.

UU.\SCil- : i 'm :.:vM iI the tr,:ta; see the C'l'.n.-i :,,.......... ........... ..... ..... . ...>.......... .. ..1t 1 : ;,d l t'i' !I.: a:' ;)">\\ -, II 1 :. t :a- : DRUGGISTSJEWELERS importance. Cmp Cassoda:1,

npr..ttllttl...xlltn!!ekituitttd : PORT ORANGE \ '(lI.IU.: _>:'s onus" !> wilih gain A f"c. t ..' (1)II i!'" ait..-:.in "a:.." Lo.1 ti! : a spiritualistic camp-ground is! situated lFl.tNI. FLA.'I .

tlvi' mil) !ho:d .>u ti.e KI 'at oaks and j 'at..IpaJw" I 1\ I ....!...... ...'0.....-.. ......... ... .....,. z :.it'""aid-: of fitl\\. ill_ w. :',.,. I It :* a i it ; I ii.d"_\\I\\I. Io"l.\ near Lake Helen and at tin

MHilhoI Pa\tonn onth .tonbliosv w :Th ,i ,.,'::-;!;mtlt !;. place several hundred people mak(
t n! t
HOUSE!! i ; : ,,. anti surely you will join ::: : L- R I .
I'aytoni-Sw 0 POOL PARLORSOV P R [ .
winter .. A lumbc
Jut rtt .sui tIe!: ..-'o! .u-, and say that ths: is a 0: ceiIe.i headquarter laije fOfITA1'S"IDaLAND.
Kinrnii r Fisherl
11"t. nuul, thi'-'nlliithmnv <. \ *01!ender fur beaut j.. : \,' ('I'EN.Clean :;\ttything gce:', rout ahors: I W. : mill and the largest brick plant at:
S Fred Cumcungs i I F1A.Clothing .
Fast I ... ' !! I Co. the South arc located at Lake Helet
of tti. f fA 'O\M 1'1" up u a -"">-hor f po\xt: : am Drug;
(mibt. The town U Owner and Manager I I Surpas: ing Beauty of Our Cottage and Warm and
Ij .jl dt''t'e6;::: of spetd from a canter i Dra ... Stationery ORANGE CITY I
iLH-ut.lonth, II h ili- j Homes. Good Place to Rest 1
two-wile-a-minute! : clip You w:111 Candies
'll I i Huyler ,
fax )tlv**r, ninl I t'
ronnfct with thifnlnsula \o one of Davtoaa's: attractonx Play Pool Now Z !lobably: catch the prit: Kodaks, Cigars I Il'xLANT' The principal attraction aroun FurnishingsjShoes

( oppo..ttlivw .' ?PORT ORANGE I perhap>, command more nearly um. Checks Given .!. u the roads and the beach wh0"1 vi..t.J Orange City is the many handsom
golden orange groves. The town i!
bridgeThe I r'lorula sunshine is;
and than dot Ave. and Beach St. -r:if
versal praise Myrtle
town U w '11 supplied with water said to be th
.... ... .... ., : ualny oceun breeze are fr ".w. thu i
out and has the an!atic cottages The owners of !\. \\Y.! \!'-!'! .i'i.t.! \! '-!'
!hid: Lots for Sale. awl squirrels alai flowers art I A. H. MODULI. purest in the world another attra.
many pr*tthom<'''. these charming villas hail from ertrycorner :':::, -
\ l*rg" niimbi of Liberal Terms d the country and they bring II.........................4. !L:, e. t.:e sparkling fountain water a: < hon to visitors. It is at Orange C>t,
winterrfstdvnt 4 I dour: ; The that passengers over the Flonda Las
tourlbti Allowed for andburld '.r e oJid jou will have to go 1IrI
architectural lai.i
!* make Port IMPROVEMENTSOcean their own j the archKtura :- :1 When You Are Looking for '.l.tlO your wallet only for corn fo-I: I Leading Coast Ry. transfer: to carriages am
them and as
()r nge winter headqtmrters or River upon .:I Some One to Do : .. lltO. aiid bed 22Jd board. GROCER drive to Delaud. The town is surrounded
of the
ant of th' *: of one section eznrydffers I!.

,'on1*-FISHING,'nt, nt to _nto-- ; from the architecture vt ai:- 1'1S:! ;S 10 fanciful picture; :ta' al 1: PxLANI' KL\ by land peculiarly adapts

>...101(; the. t>xc-dh-ot uol>ami lle- liitiUUIbt ItridPIilv ;*.. oCher so do our homes d:ffer i 1:1 i|i Electrical Work j ;x-: It ia: drawing other thourau.iiii.tl ;- to the: cultivation of citrus fruits. I I..a. jL..ILL J.

11-ht ne.! !
.\ to outward appearance and.trul.tur.d! : l'h'dn: them enthralled ;t w ii
\ short dtstamv %'Z$. C. HONV'ESu. I" and >vt-.I.._ ._.......... .. .. .... ..... -vwv wv.vvvvvvvvv.vvvvv- - -........!
I,4st M Port Orangean beauty from one another. There art: ': "ii aid hold jou.. ;ne: .- - - - - - - - .
tbe remaliV' of Port tlraugo.u. FlPort no monotonous rows of str.k ly ::; PHONE 14.iFORLAW. .
'h4 old unlaton similar build'tig* but the eve, assweep4 .: 4 I

f-iZT mill n pirn.' I bv, is treated to a kiledtchance : : "From the Grove to the Table' I iTHE DAILY NEWS
tvit lsvlsltett.\.r\ Orange .
T..:,r by liuiidniin olr I \ sc'opi which keeps the u.::nd INDIAN RIVER GRAPE .

<.urlt*. *)ne ttm.r1 O OYS1R[ CO. \\ond-naig.: What next"' FRUIT AND ORANGESGro ..

!! th.countrv w'tof D. lll-I'O T \ It i., no*. only the exterior of many : THE ELECTRICIAN. .," on the Halifax. to'isoniethreepersons hose

I1>rt 4)rang'th.'surrounding old : Grow'r nnd l"'al.'rOSTERS of th".s home which rivets atten The fmtat: quality of fruit for salt : Gives Away .!: __ -. :
Best Work
andCLAAS Prices
:I Best
II1U: was u Vast. In. I ton: ; .\I'.b.c they are models of ecu 'n siijie! hoxes or car lots. Speciaattentoi names were mentioned in the
1 venience. and the finishing and furnSh :t NORTH BEACH STREET :
iane orders.
dln and sugar paid to filling Eve
: Or.n.1'vtniM. :
Pt. : Day .
1..1"at at Ion.The mi 1 1 1u I ng jive: evidence of the elegante ..:....... .................' MUNROE & STEVENS r y }previous day's paper .
* ol''rat.'l1'xtt'o. and l'uJtin.tian c-f those who worked .
1t all c at. Indeed, it is the ute-'
,t.\'11 but haslxentit Four Tickets to the Crystal :
and artistic furn h nand Hote' :
thUi!' for forty or Real Estate arraniemeni -> : P POLLITZ Offce, Next to the Ridgewood

: Ut\ >"ar*. Insurance i shndoig more than the e\ter.mt'ppearpnce : Theatre and a Merchandise :

.\ \Interesting : that sixes a surplss.nlhar.n .
drlfioiu I'avtoiuii NOTARY Pl'lJLlCPurt I to Ixijtona hoa-es Thf: . : Suchard Chocolate S ........... .....!....... .'..I. .... !... 'S.A.. : Order for 25 cents on some : .

), tv K.tan t.nti Ounce, lla.S. : ture Justly merits pi-omneice: t-. t:: :: 5 and lOc Cakes GITTENS & MESSING .
t<. th' nl'lrolh'h 01 .. : local store. : : : : : : :
thl"r: wont'er.Streets It : ,
Hi.' Port "rail': I .IIISI.UIIeISlSISI.I.IIIllSI .
l rld ;', afro* t!It.I.I..J. i '-, FreshFish .
and Pavements the 1\1:>stand . .....ISI.I.IeI.I.Ie.. : ( ) _ = .
.. and t ti n C. MARTI\ I _ _ _ _ _ _------=--==---.---_ -- .

IlIti"lll. Ihn.u.h: t !... Best. : McDonald's Boat Yard :. : U.>c,,*- *n Clams C. 1

.Port.rtn..tpal1r.t irtIt'. to t:t.,! [General 1 \\"In tliQ \r'h: ."e.t of the t.-: lst.lbl.neJ: 1903 : : and Rose Bay Oysters : Watch for them---your name maybe : J

of th.. cold :' ciicse to g\"e: Daytona thn.t''': ,.,J : CtlAS M !ofcDO ALD. Fiupnetor
ru.us : :Market South Beach Street
Merchandise ; on
hrat.\ s u..: .' i r mr.lbl: the most cturesque: nat ::'.. :: Railways Boats Built Repaired : next. :

mill. returni.iHavtoaat !! 5 'tt:ng of all the f:f I -<:c of the So'i;: o and Housed Phone 5 Prompt Delivery .

U nMI1litnd.* tb,' roulua ; l\rtl. >rnc. Flu.rr I is nore' .. ' \ : : t sach a (I.. .I S I S U S I S I. .I S I S I I I S I S II .. ..j..t!.!.. .'.'!'!'!'. !''!'!'!'!.i i.i ......... ... .................... .....................

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.j.jJ A Modern Shipwreck.In Po '. Short Stories. A "Fast" Train. .

an account of the wreck of the There are In the best of Poe's brief "Speaking! : of railroads," said the II PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA --r

[IDA sailing ship rnrnirron Bay on King: tales a constructive skill a commandof truthful man the ultimate word in .

Island, Australia it Is related: that design and a gift of H'oration rare m}' experience. was a certain 'limited

when the vessel l shirk: tlv: captain: In any literature and almost unknown on whkb I traveled: last summer Ata I SMYRNA is situated fit
calmly took; i from his! _' in English, which 1 is HOWE NEW ORANGES
I a a :; r iMi k -t c'n'r unduly n -;:Il' iMiint{ where we were making our I miles south of Daytonaand

STETSON bit the end<< off anal I I lit if 1 Itfore order' gent of form And lit) on meal wonder greatest" s'K'iil .1 mm stoml. at the side AND is an ideal spot reached If ton want the

i ins the fronts to If 1 laun.-hed.! KthU ;\'..u that Po"'s' short stories w.1I111're.1 of the triik 1 with a un>\iiij {pu. tun- II I from Daytona by a hard surface road v.'ry: I...-.t orange,

INIYERSITY I display! of lack\ of fe:,r thd in t entlrelj swiftly out of our langin; ::>'s into mat lime. I leaned out of the window CURRIERFLORIDA iI i j winding through one of the most picturesque iipim:} at
___ I
of Florida. Point
D, FLA. t prevent Rome de;:" 'l> of p:mie French and Italian and Spanish( into and tailed to him. 'How are you ;getting With its parts ancient ruins dating backto
lar College among the men. hU'H"'c'r: and I s\Ml German and Scandinaxinn\ and Bob ;: on?' forth'-R"diandIn-
and 6 The ladies of the Congregational: 1 a time when the history of man ch Kin> ,
I bqolpment clinical hchools. : men pushed tiff in for! poll ufi'!,.tat. mlan. Into strange; tongues where no "lie stopped( turning the crank and LANDS runneth not, interlaced with wiresof t li.-in II) ,.-tin r:mice the

[g nearly $voooo.co t- church will hold their! annual bazaar: ;I leaving t\n.ntj'-I\\ to tol'I'I:1JI'; : into otht>\Ol.-rkan author except F.'nl "jMtke with an expression:" of deep disgust v'JoWIYR.A: : the modern telegraph and telephone ,tau'.

dowment J3UO.OOO.) on the afternoon and evening of, the starboiid( l IMlat. In spite of :hecaptain's more Cooper> had"t'r Itt-fore i>t>UP- : KItiRIl' its miles of shell streets as drove situated II...

jacnlty essors and of 49 Pro.In. February 14. orders! the men in the port rated His weird l s.holo. ;:li studies 'It don'teem to be no use.* he hard and smooth as a floor and overarched from the Oaytona.New Daytona on

*actors t Christian. --- I boat refu-ed to C' ime :alongside: and have Influenced liter writers! as unlike !aid 'Hold your held still please:' I M.Resident LEIDERSDORF by hoary forest giants that Sm)rna Road.

lIonRPctar1lLn'Tt' hlng.r Phoue 2S will call! for your cleans those In the star'nvnl! boat s'louted' I as Maupassant and Ui< hepin. Fit/ want to. I vet: a time: esitosure.: "-Everyliody's Agent grew in stately grandeur during the Prices Moderate

iddrss Information, and pressing. it BURNETT. I that if thed d not put off; the! mists I james O'Brien! Uolwrt Louis Sten>nI Town and lapse of bygone centuries New FERD

lincoln: Halley would fall on thtai L-steid: of hurr.\ I soil and Uud\ard Kipling Ills tales of Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNProprietor

|Ph. U.. UttlZ, I. Bishop JV. Hamilton will lec- i! in? to the boat the
LL. D. tare at the First M. E. church Friday his cabin tion and deduction have been imitated! Herbtrt the All
President -I| and c"1I1"'h,1 his papers Ilislej. s'eaking I ;: o nature here is very inviting to
night, January 27, at 730. Sub After he had e-itered: the: boat he by Dumas and Sardou. bj GaLtrl:1u castes of eastern: Bengal, at a meetingof the tourist and pleasure-seeker Here

ject, "Some Persons of Quality In transferred five men to the port }boat: and BoLsgol; *>>", by Wilkle Collins and the IJojal Anthropological institute, R. S. HALEY] Y too is to be found the best fishing and
Conan LH>yle. And Mierlo. Holmes. saId
a curious of !
V. PERKINS Boston. Admission 50c. and made for Tasrr: ri'i.': li-';!> miles : system worship hunting in the state of Florida.
He and only fictitious character to win In- prevailed :among caste who were
away. tV 'aa'! 's sN'ed: : in i
I ternitlo'inl ro- 'iltl< .i in tilt> final l profession burglars They made aspate General The people are thrifty, the business -
Dr. J. C Herman Osteopath' 20Volnsii turn whiA'the nit t-.l b ui"'I 1 with mpty .
biscuit tins, ami IhUr years of the nin >t+f.itli eel 'ury. is the I : in the ground and a man then Hardwareand men enterprising, and all unite I
fortj-eiiht liter
Attorney andiunsellor Axe., Daytona Phone 40. tf I : .
rein* aru:ition of :i fitm'N vr! "t proJ.steiIby cut his and
both !boats reached !:ind,-(.'hirao; privetl to one of the in extending the welcome hand of
V 'I. \ews. I I'l"-Braa'r;: Iatlt.\\s:! in Century earth gods that there might; be: a dark hospitality to strangers. There are
W. Clyde returned
Spring .
it Law Tuesday night and that he might sue+eed: In obtaining Builder's
five edifices
church for white
afternoon from people
Cleveland, Ohio, and
great booty and >
Oddities of Ctc:I Rhodes. Supplies, and an equal number for the colored
will spend the balance of the winterhel"6 Making a CaVe With the Bible. ture.-London Stindurd
nil PractUe in with ,his parent, :.Mr and :Mrs He possesMHl" few iiamite, friends The following u-i and not) \en h, ill ot t 1'r r r'! iu dill: lie dis-!
State and O. L. Spring, at their home on West close Sinpture cake Is 'otnl; from an old No Whiskers on His Sea Food. l hith school. a splendid public
hN hind
FederalCourts j Mr :10"11.\ { : Jntaiuts i j English: ('ooklMN>k. For the iimredij !, Two library. aid up-to-date business
Second colored
avenue.Large (porters paused to rest I
dislt1! e1 his ml" dy slNl': : e varied cuts and ciir..tl.m.. UndertakingNew
; for miking thecake
I j' a moment ou their mops in a downtown houses.
tit. o ritlur b' !isten Us fun I
line of 12> I you must refer to the Biblo. in oth. i
and 1;;; building
cent ': They tons tiif '1 h:ui eo-'iisive.: suit i iI the e recently "Box. SmyrnaTHE There are any number of pretty
hapters and
tLA 1D, FLA. I embroideries selling at 10 cents a I rose rough sad o\'..rl eirlnnd; ] [it i' with It 1 IK> sullied verse ;gin heie I I said one smacking his lips "did )'oUe'l"r homes for the permanent population, I
p the Bee hive North Beach St. 43-44 j I must be '.. i I IJ may that by etre- eat mushrat?" ")lU lIrlt'?" returned which
J 'c .litt..1 :lilt lie w.is ;J .rood j jI I fully following the dire<.tioiis! yon will the other. numbers close to :,OOO. and I

,t. I tinier vi\ ,:etrt win'a thw.in and at i be able to make a most delh ion take "No; I never, eatany some very tine winter residences. STATE, BANK
'RIGHTINSURANCE Hugo Kreitzberg and wife armed I I UUII'hh1T) :! t I'r 'i'i I :ji>::111 i of rtlll'ut's-. luushrat The only fancy seal food There hotels and I
| arc good
-Iht'"t'ry best thing! for aft boardinghouses
a Sunday OCEAN N "HO 0 USE I F'y
'ilonday from Port: t fJefferson! Statin, : It Is dJth: ut! to it.1 :..mk1t1y! ; iiiii.....n- i ernoon" tea: ever fussed with was lobster' i where you can find ac.ommoI I u

Long Island, N. Y, to spend a couiNple i \"(\ention to !. but j >ew York World NEW[ y SMYRNA
j Four
and half of j
a < ui :s I Kiius ir. F. W. SAMS dations to meet your requirements. I
ot months wih :Mr. Kreitzberg's: ; : he slim. kt d ir.t !'ii i t'r.s ?h i,' aunts .'I 1'iiost half .
; (jMiund Indies; \. 2. two cupzI l'I'PIU-.TllttI i:' I Adjoining New Smyrna is as tine a i .
JOMNT: H."I.'O'tDPl" :
AGENCY i disreputa:' "' II' 'i'II.tll, took tarsus: |
brother Earnest ; to I Iin.niliiit
Kreitzberp, and ( I Jeremiah. 2(mm>; two colas N.ihuni ill.j : -id. tit
Mother fit him'h section of vegetable: land as can be ,
>-Y'N. darling
family at their inter home on \'(r : him-tli wiih .11) IIIH"! :lil,11 j| 12; two C'UIII Samuel \\\. 1J.: : two Rates: t.LO, L. IJKXNMNGTransacts: : :
lusiu I a lUau wfi.a too "'..t'ul"U'. his fellovs these tilt!' sardines:' are Mnuetiuiesoaten I fonnd anywhere. This land has been i\ ..-'h!' r
\ i a\enue ] Numbers x\li. '
cups i-' two teaspoon 53.00
.. % I b\ the ltrcpr tosh. Ma In-1 I ia-.red per Day divided into small farms which :
: must :q..t to nlTer si 'i i::1:| s j can
[eLand, Florida l fills I Minneli 1\ :2": to taste. II a
*Pubhc tratlsiu stud lo !\\'l'! : I bis!! ("'iarnter trlI| Chronhles, .. fitea-Ruts, M.immi:. hon do they ;get Special per be bon:ht it reasonable prices. Some I t
stenographer, typewritertranslator J !ti: si.Iirctni ih \\ii: 11one : ,
'!I dutetl It"I: .] U nil.t t t.> deity tint !' .. the cans OIIt.'U"h{. I.. udou Ideas} Week of the finest the General
,, celeryrowu in stateis
The Ilidgewood, phone la.;; and a h i'f!' m-s Jn(l_": f\. 1 >: !:
-DEST \ 1 29::: -Ct I for n time .there wer,. tmla\onib'e. ru ': two teinfuls .\m"< l\. .".: OIM> piiH'hLeviticus I Far>: II.' lit HmitniLin : raised on this land. All other vegetables Banking
I morn in cir.'ulatni! n';:.inliiu him or Il I The Truth. ; I "'IIIIEW !'. Business
ii. 1:1: : << ti+>ts. I'rtln'rh"xxiii grow in abundance and here,
LARGESTand l tint he was" [in m:iuin.!les unpop-1 I Ii 14 bake l .ind half 'Truth is :I" !":!ir ::s a bell" quotedtlu :\ ...\M lhI"M' It.1.t: ; Per Cent Interest
\ A. O. Bolts, county j ; ; our a t< twohours too is the home ot the famous Indian: 4
sUPt'rintl'ud'i|i nlir. But. like allio.: be 'tared for wi>i :'iies \ / : '! '. on li Imt po"irt
ent of schools, is in the city from j jDeLand i I : Rikinu powder nnlie u-e lInstfjid River oranes. t
BEST liaxincome i I I noneof those tilings". sir I.r\Is MKh- of yi\at or Iea\','n. as it 1 Is I lilt ir i i"'II't t always: tolled! .** zidd
WV HM lMMMI up from ell. |!! termed In the BiblePractical! e\l tin' s!''1"It.] TIIII:':. l'hilttl'lphit; Itet
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here on school business and (expects Sand Tree of Prussia. !' j -

>r Florida to remain ,here for the balance of I We are accustomed to re;:ird !';:U1t11|i i 'On nehaif 'of time Christianity.M-WUU: circle of I .....................4...*. i:; .*..................................4.................

FARMS :the week ns utterly' baritn but tie: pi:in's mine
GROVES to t the ttust t Minis of I'riissii have :this church aid! the pastor -it tll..1 : R. H. MCDONALD I I

*FOP PET-F'urnlshM' en'e been enumer.itetl In' i.) itur:ilists whose'estimites conclusion of the morning; .erMte. "I I I I The Joseph Zap! Co. !

TIMBER or corner iJidpewood: and Vblusia avenue "- : nary from;! 171 to 2".Iarie I -:1 desire, to thank the congregation; ; for !! :. MEATS f': .

TRUCK ties Of these ore) of the most available fifty :seven, buttons placed in the con- .
;*; "icht i rooms and bath Ap-I i J JACKSONVILLE. FLA. :
LAND # : I is the .\rundo irenini (mtrrinn P tribution !lox during the p.isf month I Florida and Western : ..
ply to S. II. GOVE' or all)' ase.it l.'tf: I .
'end for which thrives only! in sand and in the If uow the [iliil:intliro] icall.x in>'Inntidonors ,
Bargain 1 : The Choicest Steaks and : J 1 Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor :
Nheet tug salt air ttf the lMh: This! !in time of these olJjl'ets111 put a In.:: !a *
serxuts were held Tut's-: I Serves to prepare the soil for !larger : dozen undershirts and thnv of. : The Primest Roasts house in Florida. Sole distributors for :
pairs I II 1
TilE COO day afternoon at theof lade ''re..itlt i >Il't. plants : .

11'.A. ingwoithj.. Hev Ir) .E:. iI i I II' other strictly stxiilar ;:armtnts on the T'I"ph..n"I | tin *,!'intnu: Want mini l w,. II Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer :
I I plate next Sunday morning: so that :
WHEN CO A. Main officiating. sad the remainswere ; J will !mnl'.vorto! ... that ,oil1 It. J
1 I ANNOUNCEMENT. i we may hue something;: to sew those ,
,. shiip;t>tl north this morning ai- : TO THE VOTERS 01.D..\YTOX.I .\: It l buttons on. we shall be a.1diUouallygrateful" .. Phou'/ ;'; .. : Special attention is called to the :

lirl VNIt. FLA, companied b> Dr \\". P. I.angworthy. ;; J j -Harper'seekiy. . ,: MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT : s
boo of the deceased hereby announce m>*..elf a'S a '! : POULTRY :1
j candidate for the office of Assessor'for !I' .
Ti 1I.rynlll..n\! or.rnrd'-rth!: '
I met old Time. "What's up! I cried :
THE *If it k> anything photographic we the!! city of Daytona at the coining :i .\ m..lanl'h"ly rim T. l htI.r 1 rim:I I III!!,'" +0.I I 111\' O: ,' 1'111" : Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. :

hate !it Lese&ne, the Eastman Kodak citjlect:on. 44.tit Was' in his \..it'i .. as h<> replied th'I ""H"f. . .
iORDONiARAQE ". hThe> price ttf e\ei\thm!" ...................................................N
Dealer 14 So. IWadl St. 4 tf i II HVUTSHOIiN -Puck. ...............>..........

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[[Automobiles axwell Runabouts AihNT Cars FOR Touring and SAKE YOUR DINING ROOM COMFORTABft { a

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ICELAND FurnishingsShoes, FLA. Buffet from $$12 to $$45,00 i.t i !{ 1 .:: t t..:. .: .. t An Extension Table,, $$7.25 to $$30 I ?

)1 A China Closet from $$15 to X50 y Set oi Six Chairs,, $$7 to $$30 'N Nr

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............................................. THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS. Peninsula I Variety' :+-............ ...............................e.: ....

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Published every evening except ?jn- i.
I lay, from December 1 to April 1, by StoreDAYTONA : WE SELL '


r ..1 I T. E. FITZGERALD Editor. BEACH)lon""II.tn FLA.Exceptional !;. i Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of .

C. S. HARRIS, City Editor. Vnlufs tn :. lubricating oils on the market. Z ..

HARRY L. ROOD Adv. :Manager: Enamel Ware '. .. I
I You risk in Shoes atANTHONY'S II o
run absolutely no buying your I
GE(). F CROUCH Superintendent. Japanese China I ,i WE REPAIR ..
; where you will find a full line of up-to- f .
.'. Entered as second class matter Laces I : .

| date Footwear, all styles and prices to suit everybody. I December 1, 1910, at the po:-toffice I Ribbons I :: Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. .: Greatly EJ

at Daytona. Florida, under Act of .
Opposite Webster's Grocery Store .
I March 3, 1879. I I I'I Ze
ANTHONY BROS. Seabreeze Ave. Zj
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Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes I ......NNN........................................... .!. Central Auto Garage. e *!o\UJUUlI

t.; ..oeeee...._..eo.e..eeeeoe...eeee....--.e...... Complete- Machine Shop : ; ;..................................................... :....
Clarendon d G Co C .
c......+.+.+.......+...++...+..+.+.+..+.+.+...*++++.. I Garage g REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS BY :. ,
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i By Rail and Rivera i t. OPPOSITE HOTEL CLARENDON- SEABREEZE. FLA. ..: .,' I Toast Your Bread in 2 Minutes :.0

: AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. 7ta: ; X'I'':.;/&!; .lJangt'; : I I I :

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Best-Service to:the EastLeave AND IRONS 0 Allselected

Jacksonville...... .. 7.ttla.m.:! I a. )
Limited. Arri\e. Ha\annah.. ...... 11_'>5 a.m. rl
Augusta., . .... l\Jill p.m. PREfERRED PASSESA\YA1'\ I 0 help use
DAILY. Carrying through Coaches, i I. Charleston ... 4.27 p.m. I .
Richmond . . .
.. 4JJOa.ni.N.lw with all
Electric-Lighted Pullman]1 Drawing RoomSeepere \\'II ... ...
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hlngton. a.m. J. B. GARRISON The Electrician. Phone 71.
Dining Cars. Jacksonville to l .". Baltimore .... 9.16a.m.N' I }' I, 0finest
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New York. .. New York.! .. .. ... 150p.m.! TO UNION \V. C. Howes, of Port Aranee.died ;.1M "*** ""ATT
at the Railway hospital at St. Sum"a.
New York'and Florida Special. Tally Except Sunday. No.>,s I Augustine at 7 o'clock J...................................................-
pjpular train de Luxe. Lea\e Jacksonville....... ........ .. l.lp.m.S.CN() -i- this morn- :.......
Description p1tbis .. . .. .. A ] I
HavannahPalmetto : nig. very peculiar coincidence
traln'conilstt of Pullman Drawing .. p.m.n.25
This . .. .... .... BOND LUMBER COMPANY !
h"rlt''ton. I IfOR
Room, Btate Room.lateeptng: inning and Li- p.m. that, ;
heated by steam, Arrive Richmond. . . 7.If'.,a.m. TRUSTEE IS APPOINTED is his death occurred on hie ,
tnry-Ob0ervation, earn WashingtonBaltimore . .... .. ...".10.25>a.m. sixtieht Manufacturer elJ .....
equipped with the new' high-speed brakes,and .. ; : birthday. The body will]] betaken ;J <
la throughout by electricity ... .. .... .. .......ll.S7a.ni.1.4tl: i i .
; brilliantly, special I lights lighted being provided for each ", w'eslPhtladulphta: .... .. p.m. to Port Orange tonight. I ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER r
berth for reading affording at night.perfect comfort In riling Nem hta..7th: 1 ork-'n'Penn., :SL'd! KtK.. SlitS p.m.I10rida BIG TAILORING FIRE Mr Howes was for years in the + Laths. Shingles Flooring Ceiliog Brick Lime ud Cement in Stock ..
or mercantile bus.nesw! at Oak Hill but j I Ottir and l >nrd!': tan t't>uM Railvwj und Orange A"-.-. i .
Leave 7Bek and West Indian Limited. I \'annah.- ...... ....... !UUp.IIl'! sold his business a few years ago I| 'Phone 83. R. J. MALBY. Manager ZIA .r
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches, Charle Augusta ton. .. (1.50 5.4p.m./ p.m.. and moved to Port Orange where j( ....................................................: ..
Electric Pullman Room [ ** Richmond! .. ...... :5.10a.m. RATHER THAN SIGN' "he bias since resided.tAYrrrYrr'rYrirrrrerrrrrrrerrtirrrrrrrrrrrrrtrrrrt. - -'- .
-Lighied Drawing .". Washington.! .... .. ".411 a.lU. Conci
' Steeping Cars, Dining Cars. Jacksonville) HM It I more ... .. ...W.''=!a.m. UNION AGREEMENT WITH GAR. ---- m .- .
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1 r 1 to New York. New' York ... . :1 1.....0.p p.m.m MENT WORKERS. Y. : .

t Coast Line Florida Mail. Leave Jacksonville ....... 7JiR p.m. JUST GOSSIP r A.NJ ..
( Arrive.. Hivannah .1:?05 H.m. CHICAGO, Jan. ;jtrU60tt"t:! was | I HALF CENT .
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DAILY. Coaches J Charleston.and .
Carrying Through [ fl.U'lll.lll.Best appointed today to liquidate the in- :5 BY THE GOSSIPER. ;5
Electric-Lighted] Room | .. "!tlf'.I:: e
Drawing wisni'iV ton ... n.. < oiedne of Felix Kahn & Co., one .. I .
Sleeping) Curs. Jacksonville toew York.: .. BtitimorfStops : ; .:....,lf : ::::: : ,.1unuu1a44ruu41i1wuirsursaau'l,14J. } .
ct the ] custom tailoring t irusLI ; .
.... largf&t : I Th IT j jPa'in
Vk' Phllad
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at Meal Htatlon \ :, S4.lrk ...... .. :;.I..It.III. : Cuuago.The: \V Booth has !been nandliny a.- : ((5t-in
Local Sleeper Jacksonville to atinnah. .. I HOURwill
hsutoifc: l u>r lJIauy'e.rs! tliout itideni .
tirm the wall ratherth.tn
Trains to the West. -.inn a ,WflIJ: tur; ::'mvntrh and a tew" d.ts. ,,> a-o: <'.ain 1 tlineoiVN .I I I III ..

,. ,. 'hthas ever ben to b' JO.; .
i2J I x .... ti--! ain.MI \\ <> .k..p j ........
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No South Atlantic Limited, o. :' I',8nad5w I,, Montgomery Route ;,7,11114',l'"'!;. <.4tig J.t> bj one ot tae aU..H..1.. .-. : d'

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8.15pll1 L" .JII'k. .oD\t1h'.. .tr S.15pn1 I .151)111..!.:. 1.\ .1.u.k..II\.i1I.\r ;:arum nandl]:ng these an-ituaK he IK.., ii .;.. II pay for all the electric II III ........
tlJIH Kill Ar Atlanta. LvLt'.3ipw I .11I1lI .\r )JolltulI..n': LV' &j:):' Sf AN STOCK i .
M.<<'pm .\r .I.t1Ul.vtll I I. I 1.\' I.I..'am' I t.lillllll \I' Iiri: ii i hant. 1.\ ;tan pili 1)u r i t'art'-ful study of tiles: a.lj: tl .. '.
l.ll6am \r Iudinanl.ll" .1.v 4.llIltm .t"I'1lI \r :\u..h\ill. current Westinghouse
J % 8i pm A. .Illelnuatf. .1..: ".Ollaat .I .l\IIIIII'\r' 1'\1111"\111.'. L"C...;',:IIII l iut> Hiiliar.Js:, aril has:, il'I'I'U..J ,1 It.t a II. T:
", 7,101111Ir .... t l1h.IIU: ,; ... ..L\ \/"PIII" ..4&111111& \r :-t.I.t.tll, .I.v 1.:1.'"'', till ,1:1: there '-. to know a0; +"I.t ; :
I I I U"umr t'hienuu..Lv:: :: : : ::::: .
t. tta'pw .. Machine Motor
I IN THE MUD 'I t.ts.;i Jt w .e.! > jnplx' a I t I.;j.I- o.i iimry 4! Sewing II .
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I :I" : and a I ?!- etr..Jt --t.) ? :
No Dixie I flyer l o. s'a; No. 1C!. r
: QytQ f Seminole Limited i
: I L __ _l. .J I. :. iIs pai.t th.ft placed! 1:11:: :II.: J J.I.i I requires and it will relieve I Ii 1r 1r t

I ": ";,lJUS IK.it,on .'i..t'II'. : !: .I ii:, i '.\ '- .
Lv Jack..unvtllr. Art 7511 Rill I i l"'.1.1. ,Lv Jllt'I.n\ \r .": P u,
8,96pn1 IntI 'amr .
: .6 I.Ar..1Vatrru.. .Lv &I4)lull ltr.ta: .\ ', .. Iv ;;. N WAY qu'k: at'tt.n: that t.a\t'el< IUlll;: :n :a i
111.( pl1l put r'a 'rt. .I"alll71(1It1ll of that .
t .\r.... .\t1ul1ta L\.I... II'lLt I 2._"lll.llll.\r .\lIlilll\ 1.\' .!!:.: JON UERE'i I It..ut:6: injury. He- was, !l'dll4l, ..... i you entirely fatig-- .
rl K.45poiAr.,, .... (-\'ulllO\'Uh' li.t.ulI1' ' 11.jlllllll'Ar.; Hlrlllluglilllll I.v "..4111'11I1I. .
... 'hku.u .I.v I 7.151111Ir;, .. I li .i supply] of small alir.Mttr bolo
48aui Ar. A.ilrpoi 'I' 'bh'allI .L0.11';f"u.. ; : .
7.JOan1 ..r..Ht.LouJ.. . L\ ".;),)1'11I'' 7.21))11I1II Ar .t.. Louly 1..11. )1'1II I i* _____ the separate pen *which they have. : uing pedaling. It will also i 0

; peril kept to a larger pen ::11 who 1 u .
.. For Rats, Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or Write HG! UP AT HOLLY HILL, enable .
1 tht': big animals aree't.t: ti .I i., you sew i .
A. W. FRITOT. Division Pass. Att.t.. D. STARK. .
Traveling Pass Agt. i .
tt inside
r as : the: i Urger 11)\:1.: t- 41' : ,
138 WEST BAY STREET . . . . JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 2 MILES NORTH Of CITY. t' i Ul'era1 small aTiJMfors: .n Ii'* I faster. I II .0.

hands when he happened to look behind .

IMPOSSIBLE AT THIS TIME TO him and nouced trhe b.gt..I i 0
Steamers U.S.A.AND
Seminole Limited animal ra' the bunch lU.lkug: : sJ.ri.-rht.; : ''

PREDICT WHEN THE BIG for him wl'n:' ht: mouth.de OJI.) i
Electric Ice
I Electric Lighted Throughout. =-_- = Constitutionare tI STEAMER WILL ARRIVE ArI The note of the monster alh-a'or] :: ; I Schantz ..
I DAYTONA.The was within a couple of te-t oi li .
ieg., and 14. didn't take hau: Ion-; T-I : .
4CFyl now running betweenDAYTONA I Swan left St. Augustine and Water Co. .
steamer '
I. drop the l.'tt'e! fellows and vault "I': I I .
for the run to Daytona at t> the fence. It is supposed the b..-;: ;.t.thga 1-: .
and o'clock last Sued<'.: morning and .tor was" acting from a tenI': /: N................................................... ..

1, PALM BEACH at the present time s stuck on a dU''4A' that be was p.-o'PiJ-iu: ti: ..

bar at Holly Hill two miles north of little ones In fiUure Air tuo: :' .

--- 1 to.:; city Will i:] keep a weather e\e n-i':\ : r.o.-I: : Steam tN tS tU t tl

CHICAGO ST. LOUIS Leaving Daytona Saturdays and Ca.pt Howard of the Swan: ex the link of I !h.i head: % \VMMH i i..':'U.. ..
Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. I ted trouble] bringing the teaiuvr .. ,. iSouthern !
!liet: >D j:> 1 :ft: !t..I 1 : t'a: :I t: ::: ; '1 Railway
AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. bound South. through at tbs; turnand J I. ; "> .

45I..er\luilua I ump 1"111". III allll :-.10--. Leaving Palm Beach Saturdaysand : ths:, way one of the reasons. I for .
ln\' finIntliMdii I. itlili-hl-. FnIIeCllllhlgt'lllll'1'.11 I I Ii .
; . I'liiuu! t'aiIA. r. Tuesdays at 9:00: a. m. I dividing to make Daytona illwj: 110:1 Ui I i.IjiJiI.- NORTH EAST ANDESI .
'. J..t"I..11\' i l >>:in. .p, iii.Ar. bound North. end of thy run atom UK Elittoast ;: : .
lilt-.1-0 ;:I: I III. .
Ar. bt. l.oui-. .. _. . Mo i i iI .
7.i a. infrOr 11t.1 I.1 I I i. I for this winter luitl eieii'trts
.b| .puu! II 1 t.I II .!I'I.! ."I ".111roiul !l- 4 == Fast Vestibule Trains Dailv ==4 PalmettOcean
I tUIv t t-. .i. It. I. t .\\T\\I h:1.1.I I I I .
Florida P:1-, .\_t.. I I.r:..-I.utrl. !'. to..I. REPUBLICDAYTONA I through between this* city and FROM ........I
I St AugUNime uiitj the taiNtl.oiiipauv I INAUGURATED S II

,. . .' had finished i the work udeepeniua :
tt d'I t 1I. !! I I JACKSONVILLE"The
C'_ 1 : : and wdening: the tan, il. I i iI .........I
'FO Oeo AND This work will be imi-shed ui three .

Attractive Way ST. AUGUSTINE I lutfliths, It i is anut'uiHvd by the tanalcompany GOVERNOR. I Florida Special" 7:40: a. m. I II ..

gThe EarU: 1111-< 'r\lan t i and it is then expected: theSean .
The s Southeastern Limited 9.00: a. .
-- will have little trouble in :: .

i McCOY BROTHERS making the trip through b .eween I "The Florida Limited" 8-05: p. Stru:

i II North and West St. \ugue tine and Daytona. TAKES T OATH IN I I I AUDITORIUM I "The Atlanta-Jacksonville Special" 8:50: p. m'l ... are large ]

i : .......................... At the, present' : time 'it w impossible I vr.e w aOD >
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to announce when the big boat apple]
South Atlantic Limited AS EXECUTIVE Of TENNESSEE.[ [ ..
: STEAMERS :: I Will reach Uaytona. although rt is aiaiaiitTHI
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Ii Leave Jacksonville 8.15 pm. .. ,I tiho.mh. it .!:> thought .she wiLl b...- i Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Can to Atlanta, Asbvillc, Cincinnati!

Uncle Sam : !k>ati\I on the next title. Not Chicag*. Cleveland, Colorado Springs, Detroit Louisville and New York.
I A solid through train daily t anCherokee : FIRST TIME IN THIRTY YEARS
For Cincinnati & Louisville : I lit-dulf u r the veeael will be i i iI .......i
0 be amiouuced until alter she- haoiii .
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Through electric lighted sleepers :: "ul.' at least one trip through the SOUTHERN RAILWAY .
To Indianapolis & Grand Rapids !-' K I'LJ'I f\P'" -; :: .ii::.iiul Watwa: AS tar an Palm OUTSIDE THE HOUSE OF r

i I i Dixie Flyer i Tomoka j,: Bt. : REPRESENTATIVS. ', I City Ticket i Otfcc 108 West Bay Street Jacksonville. Florida; I IL .0.. Fresh milAmerican<

U 0o KLOCK IS STILL IX I RACE R S.\SH\'ILLE. .Ian -- I. : : r

Leaves Jacksonville 8:25 pm. ;il'pitJVlliOB\ l."II .IJJ': ; : ,, , I, I I. .
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A solid through train daily \1.. t<.dly; : tr1ra'euI 1; : 1 1.' I.\ .. I I
i River i AS CAM1AK[ FOR[ MA lOR. I ;
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l I.-hne v ee. Hi" (it.:ii 4': ; '- 'I" .
For ChicagoMontgomery 0000 OiiO OOOi 00N OON N ONi 0 0 N0. N. 0 0000
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:, DECLARES REPORT CIRCULATEDTO I W.Ltdllllll:* ;,.j"t'd 1 II: tl.. I li': oJ ill! ;;. .. .. .....
o 00 0. AOO. 00 O.o. .. .
and Saturday
Every Tuesday : I diu r.ui
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Ii Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. .. ..in January. :. 1 AND HAS BEEN DONE:. that a -ufiiT "! Tea!,' .--,... ; ...- _______________________________________________ ;,, .: ; 1 ..
PURPOSE. be<_'u .Illuurlt.-d: "ut. d! ,.: .
daily FOR A
Drawing room sleeper .: - :- I .
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hc..ue-.fo uI "" ):"''"etitt.tTWO : : v n i >i. .
U For Evansville & St. Louis 0o ,: L'r.' G;l. .\. K'otk'! ..; vial 10 the I sal b 'rr-i! V lll.l I. >l .
I :.. ,. tl- .i e:.tiiU dut,. tor miyor.j: L 1111>- i i'ia ..
Cars all trains INLET ,.. LJaytOJH: :a.d IJa" SENATORS ELECTED ,- i. .Mi .
Dining on ANDEery I ; t.:y lr L'ili
: 'a.ui,; <.1 dio|>T>.!.-; out ol the 1.411; !. i! \\. \SM1\C10\J ; Uti!!>. -.. 'i: '

For full particulars addressT. i .I.i l. the! aU'i-L.tine! ol a state ..: I.. : . .. ... .', .k.
B. WALKER Fla.] Pass. Agent i '. "L! : :alt:I':" t.. '1':. l ItI.'y; X'VVi .. . w r It- tl
0o NEW\ SMYRNA I' kik w J. '" Lu.. 'j' : ./, ; ...."..*<
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and Friday .. 'T : .
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Leaves Ferry Dock= at 9 a. m. .. . .
Su JACKSONVILLE: t] : i lid T, ...
113 W. Bay ii..ter inquiie j.i inc p. a:1.">-0 "J '3 bouin RIdQt.o. d Avenue .
o j L. E. ELLLNUOOD. I . .
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t kinds of i i : : C l SEABREEZE :
Daytona, Florida I : FLORIDA :

t i NOW OPEN I IIrs. BAPTIST : Absolutely *
:\ L. L. Fest has arrived here: i CHURCH, w asew ,wa

; : L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. : from: C hk'ai o for the remainder of I NIGHT JAN. 30, WHICH WILL : Fireproof :
: the winter and :'s supping at thMr *C'

ition. .. -- I : flow Open I
Sides. Rooms Ensnite. Steam Heat. Every Modern The
i and Mrs..1. Bothuell of young; men Caraca class ul .
I Convenience. Send for Booklet. : the First Baptist church held it-: .
lantic C:tj', X, J.. are guests \t-I Offices
Booking :
.' CONCERTS DAILY. : the R:d ewood. :Mr Rothufll is weakly business meting< : at the bom : Seabreeze, Florida E. L. POTTER President :
0Y owner of the Eothwell hotel 1 at Atlantic of E. C. ThomliDbon, Monday evening. Hotel Blackstone Chicago .
i .. : : The .business features of : 1180 New York W. S. KENNEY. Manager :
Bummer AiMnhs: ATLANTIC JlO"to\ : Nurnieanv! tt Pl"-r. Unod* Island. C ty. I main Broadway

........J :...................................................: I tlie eHJi1'a: a motion made. bv .*...+......+.+....+.......++.*...++.4...+.....+..+.+e

Judge II. Wheeler and Wife, of I Lovick hutch to procure< cat: ,; and ..........I....................... ................

.................................................. New London, Conn., are guests at pennants for the (:>ass, made ot th Located in the Most Beautiful.1
: clflba
I : colors:: blue and whitelo
the R.dgewood: Hotel Judge Wheeler Saratoga t Inn
s h, one of the state supreme court a debase was announced to Uikt- 1 Spot on the Halifax River... ...

t t THE RIDGEWOOD |i judges of Connecticut.A. I place in the lecture rooms of tie JOHN J. McGUIRE, Proprietor. I
First Uapti&t church tit 7::3IJ on January -
TITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better ins 9

i E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. t B. :\lcClemghan and wife, of 3i I, between Dave Hamilton .andE. Flonda Table of the best of everything in season Terms as reasonable as

Revelstoke British: Columbia are C. Tomlinson. Subjtvt- llvsolved. I| the service will permit given on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st Phone No 112999999999999999999999909999999999999999999999999999m
fIS : NOW OPEN. I guests for the rest of the winter at It is more beneficial: to the *
STERS the Despland.' Mr. Clernghan is one people of this city to 'dram the _

i of the prominent ,bankers of that 'the swamp land around Daytona, and .....................................................
All departments will be managed by white Northern help 9 section of the counitrj. I encourage farming than to erect a .

i selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white : I technical school for boys" Affirnci, : THE BENNETT :

Guests at the Ridgewood include tine, Dave Hamilton; negative, E. C.
the house. The will be !:! i !
used table
: help throughout supplied P. O Langhner. Pattsburg; D. H.I Tomlin SOlI. The public it,: cordially U\il-;"\ t>K rilh; LE.\1iINa ":I.ur

: with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the : Dixon New York; Mr. and Mrs. W. invited to attend this debate. i I)AVTONA. KI.OUIDA i
one 71 : Wheeler and daughter Minneapolis
finest Chefs and Waitresses obtainable S
i ; :Mrs W. P. Pattella Atlanta; ; ="EW TENNIS= ;"\ ('Ot ItT.OONN000ONNMOONOOM!.
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Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. i Edwin J. :Meyer and wife St. Lou:s. I Horrors of Bokhara. ...................................................J
.0.... Tlie tirriMp rtetiK that '
..................................................... - I ont e madeI I I II
A. J. Delaney, :Mooretown X J"j lU'khara' a byword are nosy prohibit-! .............(............0000
bj the Kuwiaii 'ruin lit. Prison.. '
govt; -
IANYJJER and W E. Hathaway, White St'OI1t'.1Va. I

..................IS....o.l.USIISIS...........II...... ., armed in Daytona: Tuesday, are not, i niiittitl. fur hiM.in, to IKdra THE PROSPECT
;:K "*! through the Miwt fo\ galloping ,, 1 I

i' : THE PRINCE GEORGE : having by driven automobile.through They from are Jacksonville stopping -- I loran Nor are they thrown !: I 109 South Ridgewood Ave.

Stock from the top of the hijrb tower culledthe I 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. K station and Post-office.
: FLORIDA : at the DespLand and will remain :Minar Katau: This was the usu- i Steam Heat.
Manager.AN. : in Daytona for several *lafc.Quells all punishment meted out to'ildIt'r04 i I
f : P. J. DOYLE Proprietor.
Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors in ,
\ Is the i Ul das.Vauhed bv thou
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sopping at the De&pland :; t>ands <>f jjte tutors. the poorretthen -

OOtIN .. Conceded to I.be the best situated Hotel in this section. .1 include II. P. Pennypacker. Phoenix ]I were flung from Mat giddy height onto ......N......................................N..N.
Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. vJle, Pa.; John J. Lang New Albany the Halftones lineal .
: : I Ind; Dr. and :Mrs S. 15 Bond, Miss i Itokhara has, ni.in\ lumbers of horror -; HOTEL SENECA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : J iOUNHKI: I"\ND4Hh\\Hrs: J
. : Lydia Bond, Baltimore; R G. Chidsev iiuwhoU-some for western eyes' to .
: Steam Heat Throughout. : Nework. CharlteKt' and i see and thdes,'rfptioii of \\huhould
; : \ > : ENTIRELY NEW. : t
I in Dinin Room. Will Remain until 1st Ind \\ ) certainly l be unfit for |Itu1.lka-
White ,
II : Help Open May : IkutWin.port ; M II. Denhalo tion Perhaps' the most horrible of 2 Albert Bennett, Proprietor: C R Bennett Manager :
Duluth Arthur I. Flense and
II'I .. Thf Print.G.'or|!a PI'r is tin' only l hilltllll(. In a\tona l It.r """t. Aut(.u-tlt.- i.il: w ;!'e. Know-:lie; T nnmoiu I these is a j pit where prisoners' were Tortuie : ..\ N','. I 1,,,.. f<,, \; ,'. !1'. i.i':' I.:, " : U' it. I. -.t. .un II. at .it.,01 I Thou ?n 1 ht.rn: :

: Palm Bern'h \lioats I I'urtl'ulllrll \Mlti pl,'ii.'uic : ,l l"\ vermin, which were s H miJuiiotix : H..IH. \\'It.',,t .-. ; \ .. '1 !!.. ; hunt. .fi,1Mr. Foster : _
.1 I and rtMi .1 .\ the su-J- registered' at ; > **++.............................C...................
0 Same THE BRISTOL Park N. J. .. of human prey they wvre fed
Management as Asbury tlt. 1U .el Clarendon C. A. NettI
r are on bunks of raw 1U"lt.'jell" 11'orld l .....................................................
...a..........a..&./e/.........s.e..e................I I Ii.. I wne, "rfulk, V"a; M. BaechUl.'inl !I. \laariue.: o
I .II I t) \'! 1. Cat!.; II. B. Stowell and -------- t NEW SEASIDE INN H H. MANW'LLER Proprietor
C .........................a.a.a0..a.........ra...... \\ .1.-. Mis; I). \\. Xjai' 'tta and c-haut Disraeli and Goldwm Smith.It .
r t .ui', S'.uukjMi: MaMi; ; ,. ,Vlb"tNv max Hate l IMHMI j.lrtly| It.\l siispn.ion!! : This new: :Iud \..Ie.:1:: '11: :,!h h"tch., \ ..is lust| been: : enlarged and rclu" uished: Ji 1

1 II.'t-t.; Mrs; .'I...he* H. Barnet of toy j..i] .sO'l.SSI' III of an iinpl'*' isam: 't' tc\1 i the: ,c.t.: ,'111'-110-11 t,. JI..I) ::11.' '.'{iiirLiiiLiits. : : ol It. i 410111 patronage *

e 1i i THE NEW GABLES 5' ('u J.< ,1-0.: hi; W. ..\. E. Buiklanfj ret that Iikrleliis I illntetl l to f.i.\\: : 'lImt" Httt: 11..1. t tnd v':"Id ta11 I :!I.s IIntn.IIl.t: : O.is I ijits; Call, Bells :

1I i w M., HutMid.! Conn; G. .\. He...- Uie ass HnVtlantK ami try. .is In- : Rates 52 50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application *

|r I Daytona Fla .. : \\1,1,1 aldIfe.! Arden X C.; did in ".l.otliair.. :' to hr.unl lilta: ",I .. 'J''!''' \ .. !Ii!"'I h I I I I II...\ \ 1.1 h.lt.: "'! "II i hnu N. I I. ..

-- M,i:iif\\ Btnder: and wife, \lban.v. N. socialj..tll.haut.ni| ko"w9tr.-e.if .....................................................
1I I % .5 NEW HOUSE CENTRALLY : lily S<'''lal 'h.r.h'r was not gnat fur
C : Y.; Chi-. (H.I Hayden, New York: ; -
0 ; y- s ?r t LOCATED. EVERY MODERN I hail only ou \L. R Fenton and lauie
r s maid
CONVENIENCE AND 1 Ills allusion to the "Oxford profs>.,r" : :
I ? ; 9PiiiI1Jr! COMFORT. .. .. .. i >o\\n, N Y; Mr*>. \\alter U. LL.I1'11111. lh was going to he niteil Statesva Inn"A 1
nTh Lane
:1 > ('(WII.I.( Fla.. .1. E. \ngier, Bu.i < :>' \ > :.- transpan is. if lie b:i.l u-..-.1 l : Ivy :

0 I : i-r t Steam Heal Throughout : . ; II HU'.\11.'s'er and wife. F. my uanie flatl'1 !iMt-u in EIIla l JIlL l .

I t 1 II. Mud\ "k and \\'ie. St. \Ugiifet! ". where m>' ih.inuur was: kn>uu. I : High Grade House catering to (he most particular people Central location. :

: t $ its" :k t S. H. MOSELEY. : should, have let the :.tt.k pass, but J
) I : S3.00 and 54.CO per day-SJ7.50 and higher per week. :
I Proprietor. : vvas in a strange < untr\'. wb.>r.'.
: Fate of a Duchess. .
: l Tb \rlinton Tliou-niKl I-l Load : I "We hive: bid excellent: morals drawn made: b.v a luau of uote. the atta k) : Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor {

1 t,,. ": ":. 1'.I'k.: N. \'.. during Minim" i' <.l from the suhstaiitid waist of thee, was likely to tell I therefore\to ..............N....NNS.NO...............0...01...
1\-\1..1\ \I Disraeli the lie. and ueiiher be nor .
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nus of Mil for the adiuomtion of the = t 9
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i i we say' ilKiut the I IUe'h(,s.e do M iz.i' E. H. PURDY
: Prop I ,
1Y Tie. who iG.; I u\al tells in ":-hul: THE SEVILLE a
Ice II .........Il........0a.l.a.......a.a..a.a.a..........I i us I I Uavt to,11.1, .Honda l
of 1"fruw
: 1 ow S old Pans i 'died! in
The Thimble. 1
I : ti-ht lacier 1: although; !she\ hall i>o""'fd GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON.
Aliout 200 Londioi ikl
: years age U c
II' THE HAMILTON. for a statue ofeiiusV I I smith; sailed Trotting; made and pre, burn,\unded bv Static, OK.'unds. m !the most: dehghtlul part ot the City 1 I _
I' ./1! j I tt'ntt'd to the lady of his bean on hi i r i The; !ju<.Ms recite: t'n. best the: markets attoid in the dining room and every (
: New and First'Class : 1 A Matter of Looks. birthday auuitersary a tbiwble ..fgold. kOiniort:: aud .oiivcuicn that a v.tll tesulated hotel eau otter to the: public < 1 ph

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,: arders than ----------- -. ---
w i\- keep longer .. --- -
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.. ..1'i you do :ve<.ond lloaniin Ilouse lit|>- Lutrohi. the little contraptHHJ as a ..............I..E..a..J.I.... ....a..
'I I et t III. I don} 1 know* \oii keel them tokeu of humble esteem w h.. li : :
: Steam Heat Electric Lights: Electric tells : ua\ ]DXVIONA. !HI LL'lahr: 'ICA: niuiajiein }; '
co fit i II that they look longer; than they I shall pr'Uit thf deli l ate. farr :imliiidustrious : The Cleveland 1 1:,. l.IIII.llh: liiitnl! :.:tid table :

: Elegant: Rooms, \\ith ithout Baths : : really m'.- HII t"u Uetord liners fr nn prick ;a unl!I .,t , ": f\I. ,, .' ii !.ca': wt: ,1 C t
Star of uctrlte i: li ad" lu.it was; illorUiu -' .:lId..">, ,, I I.:-I':, :, R.I ."., :,.,r-It- Ia'., \V. J. SIMF I CN.. Prop a

ayli s. .. .He Got His. ; of the tliiinl.k'! ...a0a.......a.aOrOa0r009b../ti/.r.li9090rOr00 0. I 4'
i rot' ildp!!!,' \ou Invent lK- 'n inee! ;

:. MRS. I. M. iMABBETTE, Proprietor oa 1W', -'II',.''' \"11 asked frillier for soy I Prejudices. ............. ..... .....eNfII tle ..OKi i
Inii: 1 IertldNo; !: : this is the fr-t We cau forgive any man Lie 1: iT. ;u- ip ydt

Palmetto Avenue D.\YTfFLORIDA( : tin(. I 1"\c Leiii able l to get about 4lu- t dkue-.iiroyided they don't< ..uil.'t 1 With i THE AUSTIN I Ii J ,f

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I .................................a.ra.I..aa00.. ......... ---- -- t I, i OVERLOOKING: THE HALIFAX! DAYTONA FLORIDA I II a M...x

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The Willmer OSBORNE
J I 0a.................c.....a....a....................a.i .. TheA I I Electric Lights and Call Bells: Steam Heat Hoi and Cold Water ,
\\ i HI: \11.1',... OSBORNL Prop : i t 1aNO
I SCHMIDT'S' HOTEL : I Convecicuees50c .. ..ON..N..00........................aS....... / L ,1//
40 5 Ctrrulortablc Roomstx Rooms Only Modern: : I 1It
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I .:clleut Table .. 75e ;iiid 2100 per: day i
00 a : Henry Schmidt Proprietor Daytona. Florida :: Rate. Moderate I $!:50 to 600 jer tek I 9999m999999999999999999999999999999999999999999MRS .!!

: Situated on the bank 01 the Hahtax Ki\cr one mile nom Atlantic : 312 So Palmetto Ave Daytona. Fla. I Steam Heated Room 11 Orange Ave '1
05 p. n1'1 : Ocean. It has fifty rooms single: en suite cr with bath. Slttjnnij rooms THE PINES .' U..I.I Cl'MM INGS. |I ,

[50 p. are large airy and nearly all have sunny txposouv The cuisine and ser5 Proprietressj tl I II it a
and rates for un ilits :
.1 on vice application.is admirable Rates $3.00 per day up Special I....................................................... j [ An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct f ;t

1 1New ...............................a*".............aa...... .. .. I supervision ci the proprietress. 9 E" r 1' ;.
I Cincinnati South Ridgewood Avenue DAYTONA, ;
1338 la t. ,. ,. .,+ ,,, ,""h LRIDA'I '11 :;
York .. 't.ai.: a :: !.c \ 'L. :j..t: Aiburv Park N .; '

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:. 113 South Ridgewood Avenue. : : :
: LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. : : : I 'I 1I I .

II : Fresh milk vegetables and fruit on the place. Furnace heat. RATES : 52.CO per : I SOUTHLAND I a New Book ; :

: day and up; S12.00 per week and up. : j I I

Florida : MRS. CELESTE HINKS. Proprietress. : I Fit's a Souvenir Novelty {! '
something in Stationery and EnjravingOK ;
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.1<1'n"" lit I : CITYHOTEL; : The H. & W. B. DREW CO. !!ii'pa ;

rlla Lotb .. I
'Ihl' x.. N\ 0 DAYTONA. FLORIDA. .
el w IKCU I -
and I
1' unlb t American Plan Always open New Ownership MacaCement ;
Good Service 45.49 W. Bay St. Jacksonville
1 :a 11<1 hiind Renovated and Enlarged EFFECT .f.\'l.-\R\ 'ci"i7 I :'
rub it : I I + r

hit tenth 'u tin.lIt I | Management H. C. F. DOHM oNN I .... II t:,tI 1'I I:J \j' I ..'" ,.., I ," I II 1 t .

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a I j ,. ,," .\ :'.tlml, .1. 1 We'are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirs ;, I
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. : known and Popular DA1OA FLORIDA I, __ ____ _--1, in China and Orancod, New and t hi( : ,:If 1..
: Overlooking the Beautiful; H.tlitaRicr. : i iI )
II A Homelike an J Comtoit ihlt Houit.::. bir- Cl.i'> 11 all Rc"f' .v:->. i ThiS scht .L. i s published as a matte. i Exclusive Novelties.'t jl \
nue : I the Daily News and not a. l''' 1 1L
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1t ..," -.,"";:., ,__ .....p.,......;::.......,,"'i.""'i. .;'.: .','',........ I I Marshal Tureen. and His Soup. I ITh're I i ORbIOND-ON-THE-HALIP:-x I!; 1R
: t is a quaint old shop In Londnihkh Year Steel Trust :
.1 ;j' ;;: /. :;:t :., I still bears the name of Smmt"1TIlreh. $50,000 a

ICHAS.\ : : ; : I -IW-Q'( I'woL: ".:..::.i.:..-:'...'. r.! \\ the first purveyor of turtle! soui. I i Head Began Work at $5 Weekly I I :IRMOIfDlsO lorthof Daytonaaocated I miles, trop in with ntcatORMOND HAN
Amid all thcbanses '
: capital. west
: : IIIlr! In ibe EnclMi I II on the
.. -- -- I : of the city Birch's shop i1Curnbill I 1 1I Dank of the Halifax
: ---:,<-;: --"F i survives in the guise it won : I illviT. The location J.
when its owner was lord inn: ::,'r .ilL ( I 'if the town permits!
I : R tt good drainage and I I II
nieraor.ibl year: nf \Vaterloo. (
and DAYTONA ,ndon in the
i sanitation
I n-rfi-ct
DAYTONA nlifed d'st-M '
SUBREEZE and Samuel Bird :
F. t r h.- elevation Is sues I i
towns on the Halifax BEACH thin in mnu'nt.ltl,*;;. He was an onitm i ,. Th and Ideal for Qu
; tle old I log did
8URGMANTHE Peninsula are geographicallyone and a patriot; he was colonel of winter homes. A .not 40 out in the
although incorporated as sepa PHARMACYJames t sty militia; and accepteditb: ::"tiU'1! Ii wide bridge con liurnc. ne. >ou Il find
municipalities. The towns parallel of )lar- ii? tin. r.
rate goi'l nature his nickname 's its Ormond with I'tn world hll"t'1_ MlSSOl
the peninsula north and south F. Dobbin Tur "'Il: lie was a man of letters, 1'1"dl"'t'41 .>- Ormond Seach. w In.re no ...uih coinfortniili -
REAL and '
one- City
distance of from three ; whiterramp
for a ProprietorDAYTONA that held the stake; -uV! Many fine homes .
and extend east I playa]: !:roulI.I'I..II.i
ESTATE half to four miles BEACH actable] *. tboiub: uow maintained on of Hil
of ooks that were 1'.1I11aWflOr.'j!
and west from the surging seas .ith,'r side of tb.h''r. ; :
MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything In a UsuallyCarried First seldom read. One of bU playsph} ,..., most> of them I... FI"IIERy.Y.a : .
Ions ft- <
water :
beautiful tide fbild, was popular :
River the Class Drug Ptor Adopttvl unrounded by subtropical
them apart from bad Killctl blast turf:>.
FOR sets
stream that Our Prescription er its author o.; : flora and
Daytona with which they have close Department Is Corns His daughter inarrutl Lamartine. u:141 '!rubbery besides \1.1 ON
SEABREEZEilLMUNSOPm communion by means of three pleje In everyRespect one of his .ous. :t fiae tl'.i&si.-jl l si l'hol!;-;rbepat I Ir I 'hrlfty orange andtlrer tilt> WRITE TOICON
bridges, as well as a half-hour ferry I a family of wholar't.t r.ir.-'a' >j;" citrus traitTees. By

DOUSE service. 'Phone1WBRANCH r fame rests most upon tlu i ;' wiry" 3\\
Beach are I claim to was
Phone 177 Seabreeze: and Daytona Ormond has manstttnictionsexcel.
summer and winter resorts i fact that be was the man who math'l IT luaumany
essentially -
and are making hundreds of turtle soup popular. City uwrdl nts'l !J -nt HUtooooblHng: ,, THORNTONORMOND .
among those the inns and I
new friends every year templars from ; {;ood fishing safe honor
SONNTAG who desire to escape the discomlort- & from the west end all flocked to Corn I !salting! and many
I iu his
ing extremes of heat and cold, and NICHOLSONFEED hill the turtle: bouse of all Louduu.Argunaut. .- xg pleasant drlws.At IK. IS ASY wtyINTKIEptTEit and
INVESTMENT their hotels and boarding housesare I f: Ormond } *f.ch I ence It way
now receiving splendid patronage AND LIVERYSTABLE I I ,Is located the large S IN 1'IMPKKTY ISK.MI ration contj

COMPANY from the most discriminatinglass i Reign of the Dandies. tote! Ormond ands > )M> OR this saying

I .: of tourists. marvelous of dress we have fan 'u .leiser! 'sister theIrv iKMi M I) BK:.VCH Twain. Il('
itself with its All Ord ri Given In the matter: ,
The: ocean when tl.w tton Inn. Thenrn'r M.V 111 "l\'" Your honor not
and attention
> the
beach, hard as macadam Prompt upon u det line In..t dajs .....
Desirable attraction < occupies aoltlon l I'.iikliii Prompt but to a fa
smooth as a floor, is the greatest ('IHf'fut DriversraudltarwittlRiuids I Duke of Wellington; was relUseil admission overlook .
in > \ttntii'
Locations ii
hIs own co
although earth, air and sky to .Almai k's b tatise lie v a-: !a U the Itailfar:, timid
any part of seem to have entered into a combination \\caring: : iroiisrs instead of breoehlad S i .li' latter has: 113 ltd Even in tb(

SeabreezeOffices to enhance its every charm. BRANCHReal silk sttK'knus.:;: liven: \ll11al.k.-. ".look the iiuiul-: boyhood ai
The beach is the famous automobile E. A. bowe\er. bad to admit trousers witliiits .li itnt trash and the JAS.J CARNEIL which may I
course where every world's Estate A eDt try" Mark
race road Atlantic.
: the :
: EvaiNVllle straight-away record luis been made, Itt'to',h <(<'otttl;t'i closely ::u\rllt'lillurtals\ ': Pe.ldesthe: broiul, UIOIOSD, KL.V.Manufacturer honor durlnl
Indiana RndHt.tthrt't'zt' all these records it continues! to a l lw'cltsll, 't'ar. When Itadstout: was "uit" aiitvford
Florida and mootb bench therer of he has paspresence
l. of the dandies was i i:1 i
rivalr- the tei4
hold without .' many drUes! forirrliiifes Pure Home-Made hi
The beach has a width of 300 to full! wiii.. Wlicn late in life lit' iMsiicxl '. und nutsiobiiea

500 feet and can beocd:; from before two SEIDEN'S : the unuersity tit l-ctuii'\ to 1a: .. ":. around IIrlIIonlllrlt > GUAVA JELIV and Tbe perpet state!
II hours after until two I lcrgr.uluatcs on Homer" be w ::1"iasktd : toandtrough MARMALADES AND
an average of l)VVTOSA Inl'nDry of Hanniba]
thus .
CONTRACTORand high tide, for automobile l h>' I J. W. I H.: KUssrll whether t.. : groves! of TROPICAL eourf bank
BUILDERCottijuesattpoclalty seven or eight hours Goods Shoes diffcrcme clwccn lift ..iudicine c' nlden orun tos ; PRESERVESSpecial
ing some part 01 each day. Men's Correct 1'iiirtil toy tim-. Ll 1 ivs through trol1t'.11 )- Attention to are joining ,
his own
-U'iifttPS furnishedAll Seabreeze and! Dayloua Beach each Wear and the men tlf fon-kts to Hpanh t-mnlly' OrdersIIII.HLBT or to their
'ork Guar of .. be replied "iu their dicss anenormous AWAJUMt .
population approximately \es. ATIPun
have a pernuuert Aito from .f \ ruindrtxes to turediy resof
t -
antt't.d.tabreeze..Florida, 15oJ.; Sanitary ordinances Tll' .*"<. ll->.1,10Inn bailee.; 1 am told that I 1. [ .h,' ancient (,'au"- Ami-rt HuiTi'iin,: E::o kiMMtlon "the first

& are stn-\, enforced streets i : bad amonu; lily aiulictu-e s. me of tin v aY built by sI'iTif test IlMll'l: )0:11:1",1.: : that he W3
and sidewalks arc well kept and I most hi:-hl.\' conncfU-d acid\ ricluM. part] .\. FAIJUELL, who n,T after will draw' VA.MHO'; a \ear as the ,I > planters of Ion.. tlon- 'hurlo."tn Even wlthol
liirh.t >
loiil-inna <
streets al': being opened as fast: wasn't "Ia' VuiTa Mafe Mwi: (.....I.p..r.IU..II. j.. rtfifht jean: . drives tot . >.
V. C. GRANT new A. YA1EYORD Hi Ihe Uin\cisit: and there JAMES of the .o and K\M.-itunv| ( - :as the iUl.n:.,.itit I"Jpulation01. i wliom I ti'uMu't b.i\e die-M-, l In-ti; has been iu the steel Uu-mms sine f Ill'U" -!!:\!tia. lIe began; I Ii :i plantation ofpittihie in Hannibal

t PLUMBER mands. Eibtdcs note!.* and boardinghouses (ntriirtor for top to toe t"r t"::. M. .!:lUIl'.' < WORKOt
i \\'nter, ht>'am uudCiua there !.> a.a.ilc cottage i MASON KimttOonorfti II -- ----- ; he was born lli!* i>a>' was s>.". a \\ek at the start. hut within a few years he i!liose. places are fo'J..tt. pf many ejj
All with thelntt
rillingPhone modatiou K .Jl wu.Ur acco-\\ t'urt.IIl,:-! I was a foreman and was getting; e jmf irtaltleUKCS. Th iu he devilled thai ,.-t of Houthern, MOllNDGROYtORANGES books nUll

lAV2uOATONA : : both to Nn!>. HlJi. .walks, < t;. Years Ago Today. ttsburg was the place for a man who knew as uiuh atMMtt the steel 1 busine fruit oj and flowers loves ahi, 1
BKAUII: All the :.tt":,.-*.'"'eness of Seabreeze I I i.11'TuNA UK: \('IIFITZGERALD I Fifty as he did. so he went to Pitlsburg. lIe remained there in various capaeifi. t in,'of t be most t n- for tin C'11'

I-'t.OltlIlA applies to 1 :lY'l.3 Hwach, the two :' : Jan. 25. : with steel and wire concerns until the billion dollar .,;1..1| t.uriw| >rati >u w is t. r.tlnt: of thesetl.tntatlons andGrapefruit alt the t.hr
1 so similarly situated of the United States SIH-| Product Cxixt'compauj ) Is at the
towns eaK; I The Vnited States sloop, of formed when he became president : Sawyer It
PINEHURSTIVnlr.suU The dcvcl.., ti'.it: 01 Daytona Beach war Itrookljn: sailtil south from the export department of tb.pln'nt com-eni He has held thati ilion I i"V .ulwuli'rs of the and 01 H T tlaliiiux
iu1.! p'lenommal! as itsaster busin of the voriNruti i: i H i Ufa and known Best Grown .
has been : time the
/ & Norfolk.a: ., with seak-d orders, for eight years, during which export : a.1 I
lirivuDaytoua oi: tl.". (".'rth. and each year OATES : ha\iii; :"00< soldiers ou lx>ard.Mrs has shown steady pains. It was his work in this capaeitth.it .:IHSH! ht.- i l! ;h b! on.of\IoundroIt the lln.,itraiiie (tro\tine"-on.Vutomolillt'I'4t.u us- m\ 'I'\tn'\it'\ :

Beach there i>. a Milv.tan.ial growth. The i I Lincoln and Hubert arrived selection to his new post. :Mr. Farrell lives in nTookl 'u. He i ig married Mini > i-rcm-non: the Uoid !lo }filedNortbof youi > V.it

t1t..1|rra i'n, ('on\fiilon-K.itfsU great sad auuzs have been leveled LAWYERS I at nnglield.' ; much to therelief is the father of two toys and three sirK;: He has a creat capacity for work I "::i-t 'o.ift of "'Iorl.tl.1 IK'ThL.' UKMONDBeed your M.,.f-;

.'iiMiiialil.-! I I and hi>u!:>ctic homes; have been of the presidentelect, who and usually ponds ten to twelve hour s,taI19 at his desk I I and N amid very State1'r

1 !Mrs. W. H. freeman built for both:! winter and all-year- Daytona Fla. i for three days bad been regularly I Hvtty surrounding Knox ln'Bced
f Proprietor round I \loundijrove, n: on w
occupancy. on the beat between home I He Spoke. Asking Too Much. Com par.;*
Sorry tb.- Daytona-saintugustlax rt i le.tvht .
and ilie railroad station despitethe count bas promised that bP I
llushautJ-lu you ku 'w that every \. road. HI"1.0\\- l'u-toInt'" ,
.. . . . . ...*** cold and snow. Bob's smart will eat or kith me if I will t u
** she adds anew never
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***************** time a woman gets angry: !I - --- -- truduROAD it ..1t
t Boston dress "made a striking I I him" said the beautiful heiress <
wrinkle tv her fate? I marry
i executed at contrast to the careless awkward I \\lfl'-\o.: I did i not. but if it i* so 1 "Hut has he promised to work for' Finely executed

Fine Job J b PrlllLlllgGazette] g, News Office. :i, father rigging" of his presidential I presume' tt let it the ii a world wise know provision what of sort nature -. you'her"<>h, 1'l1tdon't father ask be: nl.unreisomable'hieago :"-- :i: Job Printing this office.at

: Il.'t'ortl.n..nthl.
of husband a woman bas. (
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_, C Choice Port Orange River front Property I I r t

t> Fronting a clear stretch of river; no marsh. Ridgewood Avenue and New Smyrna

Road on two sides. River road and street on other two sides

Improvements being made on all sides of property.



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11'' 10 9 8 7
I 13 12 : PRICES:

Attractive terms will be made oj : Lot 1 ,. 200x346, $1 100.

j to anyone buying to build on Z \' Lots 3 and 4, 79x346 each, I(:

; any of these lots.These I $750 for both or $400 each. 1tt


prices will be maintained -- I Lots 7, 8, 9 10, Uf each iw

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for f thirty days, but we Q I 1 79x346, $300 each. for humorist the t I

reserve: the right to raise them Lot 12, 100x346, $350. There jnoicireil; w:

the lAftlll >J't

; after that time.. o ; Lot 13, 100x346, $400. IlL ) etr.
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W. C. HOWES Port Orange who will be glad to show you the property. :; IJlJ lJfI

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with her 22.642 tnhabItants-10.000 ............................................'

I more than she bad in 1900-wants tbe REFORMED BREAD .e..f

|rop In with meatRMOND -CMf care to be named for Mark Twain so i WE SELL i
rI TO HONOR : we might Just as well yield to the inevitable -

I I :
\ As a matter of fact Hannibal: is becoming -

more and more Mark Twaiued 0e I I
r as the years pass. The shanty house I I'' PROPERTY
I l MARK TWAIN where lived tbe original of Huckleberry ss

J*. Finn was burned down shortly Old English Squire Deluged Wiih :.
11' lie old log did ; I after tbe June of WO* *.!. when Mark I
: :
Vt If there is in that
10 out in the any property Daytona
Twain made his final
pilgrimage: ; thereto .
I hrrlCHnejou'llflnd* th r.-. j But there remain still several Orders For Loaves ,
t want see us.Ve in
: you :
Th'orld Missouri Will Join With Park Which Embraces I
haselsehere i claimants to tbe honor-if it be that- 1 :

no such winterunp comhrtuhlf : City Where He Passed Cave, Made Famous by of being tbe original of Huck. Han :1i i : position to aid you. s

'oiu groundaaslie the Hhorrs of :1 His Boyhood to Tom and In- nlbal also Is full of the original Tom I
Ie Halifax.KlHHFPMAN., Sawyer I Sawyer though Mark Twain himself BEREFT OF PEACE AND MliUL i ;

KF: Add to Nation's jun Jo, Will Be once guardedly: admitted that he wa! s EDMONDSON & DONNELLY I i ir.

f Tributes. Memorial. I Tom. There is also or was a few 0

years ago. one "original": of Injun
Stone Mill Turned Out Whole
IALL ON I Jo who charged( me Trf) cents for the Meal r...................................................:
III WRIT TO I Loaf Like That Eaten Before
, privilege of photographing:. him with
I > Days of False Teeth and Indigestion.
same Mississippi river and others
MACON was Jesus of Nazareth who said abutting other American streams. But j and Entire United Kingdom Wanted i.B.i.B.i.i.i.B.B.i.i.i.i-. .i.i.iSi.i.i.I.i.B.0.i.0.Bo-

THORNTON i In an age when prophets were to the Hannibal resident there is only Samples. The HANDPROPERTY I : Do you want to buy or :
many. "A prophet is not without one Lovers' Leap and that Is the ragged I .
| Sir Oswald Mosley, master of Holies-
honor save in his own country jagged rock, but precipitous and : rent t property In :
t ton Hall. Burton-on-Trent. England. !
and in his own house. In all reverence picturesque bluff that rises sharp and :
ANY WAY It be averred that the sheer 2G5 feet above the level of the has found himself suddenly bereft of I e I : Daytona? :
; : may reser- eS
h u his wonted and his large estate I.
I peace
river with railroad trains thunderingand .
IN yation contained in the last clause of :
machines in overwhelmed with the clamorous im I We have the cheapest
J OKMONI; OR this saying is not applicable to Mark factory whirring S Y SILVER BEACH :
narrow below the bank x: _: portunities of the world. and the best. :
strip on ;:
IKMOND; BK.UJU!: L .Twaln. Here was a prophet with very a I, .
Wll) Olve Your not of the stream. Sir Oswald recently announced his N .
honor only throughout the world.. Extending from : $7,500 buys one of the best residence -
tulntkh Prompt but to a fir more intensified degree in This Hannibal Lovers' Leap is distinct intention to tart a national bread re
'' :
Attention his own country and in his own house. from all the others. Each has its form. The newfangled methods of J River to Ocean : :. on Ridgewocd Ave. Com

Even in the house where he lived in legend of the pretty Indian maiden milling and the artificial non-nutritious < .- i : pletely furnished and located on :

boyhood and in the town and state and her dusky lover who hurled them I white bread according to the Uolleston I corner tot. Call on
which may be called "his! own coun selves from the edge of the bluff because f r squire were ruining the teeth of j>eo- : :

IS. CARNEllhllMOND try" Mark Twain! was not without pater or mater or both forbade I pie and undermining their health. He < M. L Waggoner :

) FLA. honor during his lifetime and DOW that the bans. Hannibal's leap is different purposed therefore with his little BINGHAM 1 1IU0i X THOMPSON : : :

Manufacturer of be has passed from earth as a living because it is associated with Mark.: stone mill and the aid of the baker of l i ''RI. Office People's State Bank. r.

fare Home-Made presence his memory is to be honoredand Twain's early life and with some of Rollestou village to produce' a wholemeal -. I.. .

AVA I JELLYvRMALADES perpetuated in tangible form. his most popular works. Y loaf of the saving; i perfection of .i.B.i.i.s.i.i.i.i.i :j.i.B.B.i0..iei.BOi.B.i.i.inn

The state of Missouri and the city f English-,bread iu the days prior to false,
Shrunk With Age. _ _ .
AND teeth. Indigestion and appendicitis. -
- - - "
of Hannibal! which lies upon the Missouri \ ' I
TROPICAL 'yVh' h'r'l
PRESERVES bank of the mighty Mississippi, The present writer well remembers F < Stream of Messenger Boy*. r r i

eclul Attention to are Joining hands Just now to do honor the very last time Mark Twain visited qw For the first day Sir Oswald confinedhis t

.f-unlly. .. Order. to their prophet. who once good na- his home, bow the humorist lay In bed purpose' to supplying: sample loavesto I CONRADOATES REALTY TITLE i
ATIn the at his hotel in his white : ,
Am *rl<*nn K: tI turedly resented characterizationof nightgown 0 the villagers about Uolleston Hall :
I.uiltlon-Uulfao, "the first Missonrian" ou the ground smoking a black cigar and looking Then urged by outsiders he consented ,

\rent lonbarirtton JlKlIll! J-:xwal-{ that he. was "not so old as all that" from his southern window through the to forward a sample loaf to any

wialana Purchase Even without such tangible evidencesof matchless glory of a June morning r,. body in the country who sent three .
|x:posit Ion,Ht.I aw
Hannibal's midst, the city where be a certain bluff that jutted up from ::?' been made when telegraph ,
pent his boyhood which It: the scene the river's edge. lie gazed and gazed boys began to stream to Uollestou Hall

lOUNDGROViRANGES pf many episodes In his most famous and wus silent. Finally he said, slowly "s vt t and the nest i post brought the biggest! CONRAD BLOCK 'PHONE 128

books.: and which he loved us a father I and with perfect pathos: mail ever seen on the estate.

loves a (child will \IIC always a Mecca "I'm looking; for I.on'rLt'ap.:; and I n tQ Sir Oswald had a shooting party at

for the pilgrims who elect to worship reckon that must IK It; but oh, how ;. his house and wished to go out aUt.
and .4t the shrine of the creator of Tom much !smaller It I Is than it was when I < h' tie, but this became impossible. aud I ,.r. We beg to offer the following

[rapefruit- Sawyer. Injun Jo. Huckleberry I'luu! was a boy." the guests were compiled to shoot |I'

and other fictional characters who are Then hi smoked: :and smoked anil y c),Y ev c.e alone, while the astounded squire was ;i ; from our list of
Best Grown :
almost as much alive as I is little Tommy was silent. 1 stole softly out of his bottled. up with a tlood of telegrams : :

[OVH Inc on Automobile Ht. Au u1l- Tucker around the corner from room. That was the only! thin lever and! letters asking for whole meal : property:

!toulI0 1\1 11.-.. your home or the boy who delivers! stole: in Hannibal, but I felt that bread baked in the old! wn '. : J
North $ : ,
OTtL UUMOND your beefsteak at the bas l U door. 11va justified.: fltr.F aa4.ryAW Compelled to Cancel Offer. sr

State May Build Monument And+i so it is; this Lovers' Leap the ;!$ by U'U I 11 t us< Lo\'!. I After a few hour- struggle: during =: Na. 124$4ECO will furnished eat,
?d, Knox mi' ono Hint was: beloved by Mark: TwainIhJ'lIn ; moment of which they the .: buy aL,
Frank M\UK TU.UN AT OL1 II.\:\S1HI. HOME. every say r "house' on Volusia avenue, four: bed
member of the MNsouri
bed *
Com par.; Sosey. h literthan threescore yearsof squire became more perplexed and :

J-JIAiW FotofflcFinely )legislature: froia Marion county, in' his wandering life, which is to be his hat on and a dollar wit'!I his hat distracted he dispatched telegrams; to room and bath five rooms: on first -t-t7 -

which Mark Twain was Imni. has Introduced the arch anti.} acme of th.:' new Mark off. He made a handsome income for the newspapers; withdrawing his offer, floor. ?

a bill to appropriate: S10.HO.> Twain park This world man. who the of .
many years as original: lujun saying; that the little "stone mill and crr No. 10?--$1,300, five room furnished
ex- ------- Jo. It was. not Mark Twain but another the village: ; baker already had more : : "
:: house: one acre of land Holly Hill,
ecuted at great American humorist who than they could do In the years. < fruit .
office. remark that the American i eople Sir Oswald and a clerical staff are ;] : tree.

this h 84>1DC like to be humbugged.: busy returning money to the great i' No. 119-7 acres land, SCO orange,

Mark Twain's Narrow landowners who wished to start similar : peach and persimmon trees, 6 room
: Escape.
4--- enterprises; : on their own estates , dwelling, $2,000. aess'
On that la..t'bit. to Hannibal Mark
and to health societies, millers, ltakI'
Twain was. nearly killed b>' the people No. 103-$2000, five acre bearing
ers doctors and all sorts and conditions -
wi -with killdllf-s. Living ou one square !' of men.However 1a grove, South Ridgewood.No. .
meal a day to ward off his ancient "
\ ;
ii the master of Uolleston. itt 1C5-$7,500, new house on
dyspepsia: he invited '
enemy : was to
\ who is of the few
; one really typical : Ridgewood: avenue.
about I breakfasts luncheons and
twenty : John Hulls; left in the country with : .
dinners duly!: during the! week he !sawed': off top hat. mutton chop whiskers : M No. 106-51,200, two large, deep

spent there. He found it necessary, in broad face, short thick body I r lots on South: !' Ridgewood.No. 1

order to (preserve his life a few years knickers and top lioots. hopes eventually .
to \ 120--1 acres land, 100
longer appoint{ several gastrououii orange
'r T to help others! carry bread:. reform :
cal proxies, oae of his undtrstiulies'In to success I trees, truck land, 5 room cottage,
'' this line. 1 the I :
can assure ;good r 1000. + I
housewives of Hannibal was foundered I Ala.
for BISMARCK MEMOIRS HELD UP. + No. '07-$2,200, five room cottage .Q-
ten days: afterward and really i! :
never jet has quite regained the joyful Daytorn and Cypress streets, largelot.

;:, appetite he possessed iu earlier Volume Criticising Present Kaiser Se- : .

F (r youth cret Until His Death.It No. *,03-$1,500, small bungalow 1

Hannibal in truth. is the home of is announced from I'.erlin that the \ West Magnolia, lot 50x150, almost
;goal 1 cooks and generous hospitality.Jude third volume of [Hi-nun, UK-UK.irs i :

4 Sydney .1. Joy I: secretary and will not to l imblishiil during tin proem ? new.

literarv light of the l'omml'rl.ial club, kaiser's: : lifvtiim The lint. two : : No. 110-$2000. truck farm, V12' ;

has written: "It is a city of 'IIIIIIU>:O:.' volumesere pub'Mieil' '! *.< me years: ar acre cleared: 2 acres tiled house

1 M4 People l 'Ii yP rather than reside or board ago and coiitniiied uiauy interesting: >! : and barn.'

in tins nviT, inetrotolis.| Commercially I. revelations coueernim (iss.lit: b-aI event. r 'FLa t

giouuu'by. leaps and l iuiis.: .. proud' of the period of .inarck's oiiial! career : No: 11'-$9003, one: of the best Lil

of her sinntattorio: and her cement and many ..ide lights; on the ln.- r homes on Ridgewood, furnished, large ,i
Y j
h vii
works and railroad sii...ps. Hannibal's: tory of those: times. .c: lot, yars5e.'I ry

champion leap: always will be Lovers' The third \'alum(' i is known to i-m '
: No. 122-New house, cet't-al' 'location _l
Leap and her bound will IKset ottyby ! taro an unfavorable account ut tilt ,;

the fame of her most famous" tin present kaiser, written in t'onnertlonwith =r beautifully furnished large lot I .e rr : qr

13Ich zen who moved iu as a boy and went the circumstancesvhub led toBismarck's : modern in every way, garage, 11.0CO.:; 11r

back as an old man after he had '
dismissal from otfu-e in
> No. 116-S2.0CO will buy a nice t ( ,
made himself world noted under an assumed 1SOO. two years after William ll.'s accession : :
r home; five rooms and bath; hot -,
name.: It was something; worthwhile to the throne when the Iron .
and cotd; xv-ter; electric lights; cor- '
to hear' those old fellows calling Chancellor conceived a fierce hostility : ;
It tt
i t: him Sam ana I verily believe that toward the young impetuous tuoni i ner lot.
,'s *'**-'* > .,J.w; > ,-:; *'? until that last 1'3thl'tI'bit "home"
? arcb. _
x c >x 4 No. 123-A bargain at $3,600 Pal i
r ><>> he had forgotten that fits real name
Some uneasiness bus: been caused at metto avenue 3 bedrooms, bath completely -= '
was Clemeus. the German from time time : i
court to condition.
furnished, good :
by rumors that Bismarck's heirs Intended 111 i
p"OTOGRAPH.s ay g Houses exactly alike in sine row
II ANNA M.SCtlNIZLEin 1) KAISER SPOILED HIS TRADE. to publish this volume in the
valued at $6,500.A. l
near future. TLe announcement now I
..:'!'. .. '. Wanted Only Auto Horn In Existence made Is intended to banish such! fears: : 25 acres near city limits; 15 ;i iI

ROAD I.E.HIG1.0:\'-' MISSISSIPPI RIVER: TO MAUK: r11.uCAVEENTILAN'E \', Like Sample.An and make it clear\ : that Bismarck's ir acres fenced and in cultivation; ; 6- f I

: TO MARK TW.IX'S1 E.: HKIAIW IIANM:' :' orchestral instrument maker of judgment on William II. will not be room house and barns $2,000.B. 'I,

LCh BAL. MO. Marlw \1klrl'lJen. in Saxony, has discovered i given to the world during tbe kai..er's II7e I
- --- - - Lot in ;;
on Ridgewood Holly a
------ --- -
-- -- --- ----- that the patronage of the German reign.

!for the erection of a monument to the had sailed every sea and stoamboated emperor is not an unmixed bless! : Hill 150x309 $500. 1 i I

tumorist aud philosopher In Hannibal every river of consequence bail tht ing.: Three years ago he invented an SWISS HAVE ELASTIC ROADS.Tar r C. 15-acre hammock grove; trees I -Ij1
,There: was also on foot until recently a i in his opinion' there Is no finer river automobile horn which sounded four I II{ ;
ct seven years old and in full bearing; + i } '
movement to have the state purchase ( view in the world than that which is notes. The first one he finished in Coated Gravel Proves Inexpensive I

]the boyhood home of Mark Twain ou I to be enjoyed from the top of Lon rs' pure silver and presented to the kai Lasting and Noiseless.An -: near railroad west of Kingston, $3,000 i'

(Uill street, Hannibal: but the local Leap or from Inspiration point a ser.The interesting; experiment has been D. PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL _
(committee having that matter ia I' similar height:: just north of Hahuibal.While : kaiser was so delighted with '
made with promising' ;. results at Zurich FOR SALE; LO- +
Inasmuch as the Hannibal ivople the new instrument that he gave immediate + -
Charge has: decided that, no Switzerland. Finra"el., thegrains CATED: WELL FURNISEHD; CAN IJ
the house U not a property of any I have their ffwn preference as to the : orders forbidding 3n11l..Jy
nH'rIiIl: : from une-twentieth SHOW PROFIT OF OVER $2,500 (
considerable real ('statellu the people location of the Mark Twain monument else to L ive one like it. The inventor
to one-twelfth of an inch Iu diameter,
it be found this compliment too lOu'hIt a 1III
of Hannibal themselves should take may not one suggest:' :' that the whole carefully freed from earthy
13 ,care of that and preserve It. letting; pla"l'llllll the summit of Lovers Leap. business:! drawback$ .: to enjoy for more substances was coated: in a revolving r TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS.- I

the state's share be the memorial provided facing/ the river he knew and l lovedso than n very brief spell drum with tar. These pellets were $13,000 ON EASY TERMS.E. i :
bill. well and whose fame he has made For the lat three years he has been tr i
for In Mr. Sosey's '
then carefully\ dried and hardened and Small cottage: on corner lot on ,
Just what form this memorial will Immortal in his l*>ok which may ire doing; Isis utmost to get permission' to
manufacture the instrument for the after eight; or ten weeks were "spread' Ridgewood. ; lot 100<150; fruit trees, I I'u '
of the Misslssiplsi'r
be the biography
take Is as jet a matter to called ;
l rvUre to general public. He has Just succeededin : during dry a $300 on easy terms.
though the sentiment seems I / t ttitell
roadbed and rolled.\
securing! a !special; decree from the upon a prepared
favor monument, with a statue
a Down to Mark Twain's Cave. federal l't'l.a..ti of the empire wherebymotor t j The road thus formed is iiiexi eu-
the white haired author, to be Illa'l'lleither and ,r

toY in the small city park In Hannibal You pass beneath Lovers Leap when hornof by ui --torisis four notes when may touring l to :employed in Is Five said possesses to withstand a certain well elasticity the: effects "f r. We have some very attractive river front property I'' f fa !!!
or in the new Mark.: TwAIn park drive or trudge down. the yellow desirability. i
beatratlit' The aslightly sold reasonable
you the Country: but it continues t o,} constitute i in Port Orange that can be on terms .r
which is to be created by the city. Mark Twain's cave. ? '
dusty to elastic road for satin. wearand C
; A
__ :s'lcuuMii! to such a
: Ji:: ; \ >r use
The Commercial club of Hannibalhas call( it Tow Sawyer'scave 'r and at low !I 1 1r
People to and noise i is e\i- prices.We
born In t.-, ns' ..r Sties where it will I tear suppressing" ; :;
Just acquired' purchase eighteen; t tiecnuse it was In that remarkable j ,
remain' the i\ last a i pmilege of the I i 4t
acres of (land which includes the famous } freak of nature, :a narrow passare r a. !

Lovers' Leap and :about t Half a :t mile long; underground. with kaiser The k':'[ .' -< '.' ''T\ ,' : c""t'\:' ",;'!.'.! i. Railroad Built Quckly.An : \ have a general insurance agency and i 1 'I1'q i 'I'

mile of the pK'tureMiue bluffs rising;. >\ Kkeis" whereut' easily: might get the ei 'i f''! .. M i\1'\: eirt-\' -,: .-i.. . ;'. .
'above the :Mississippi just south of l. st. that Tom Sawyer and l.is. tiny kin he ., ,.:: : ,. Car 't of \\ hid h! can insure against almost everything except
the city. This tract Is to l>e deedtd sweetheart were imprisoned for days. . I ,,
him I'August - nl''a! o''ii. ,
to the city and to be held perpetually while all of Hannibal at that time a : ,. !11'1.'! ;. i '! .. 'e in fif- :>r frost and taxes. ; \

for park purposes. Now there are !: only a matter of a thousand popula daunt: ,:',' : .cork was a. .e% M Ij
lovers' leaps and lovers leaps I'".- I lion hunted high: and low fr ,
: or so. which T tit,err'TT'-: turi"ui" tneuie. started >/111f1fi111111rtt11111, 1 I11l111111>SA 1 I1lltlfltlli>tlllll,
sonally I know of several along this them. Hannibal: <''f today:! h-'wever i ,

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.1tii 1''; Have You Seen It?? Gene Johnson's Bicycle.w"r ij :cIE'f'z- BR G'gE't: 't'tl -

Page Eight 4I + *

.. .I.>ti.t...I D.D..mo..a..I.l iaa- .l.I.t.-...-.IS4s -- I I.....v.................... I iu.e i i.i.e.o i.Ru s I. .t------- ....... t .. THE Local Wf

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: Let us show the finest assortment of : BARNESTHE + except Ini
: Quality : ; I. Goods I t
: NOVELTY MAN : : NewjSpring light r

: LADIES' and CHILDREN'S :. .. I,II 1 I + winds.
I 1'4t'1lt f ltutlon..r and school Muppltr*
I 1i i consider in I PhonographSewinu:; : :; tlll'hln r. 1 i r + + + + +
Is what we .. l.war'. 4
.1 TM *'' rtt.-r1' i roeitry. <
i 'utl.T> Ktohttm: T.uklTo> and ra 4 I
i PARASOLS' 1I buying our GROCERIES. : Notion-. 4 Embroidered Batiste Plain and Figured Flaxons, II -
I : :
Customers purchasing : : BARNES .1 Plain Linens anything in the way of white goods. Our t Sixth Sea

.. assured of : I: Will III l.o fruniv your Piitunn, I I and Laces are here and speak for them- !\
here are n Embroideries
t.m"r..lla :
and liurpi' I
You will need Perhaps : your Lump: I
this one. .
to city.
: ever brought I jour !*a"' > a".tlltl..fTo..I"ll1tl r.-iinir! o I : I
the best in every line.SilEPPARD'S : almost :mvthtni:,; that I I- out of wit,.. 5 selves. 1 1I
I I :
: not today but soon, and it is better to buy while our : . 'la fact. tor in\, want ;,II, on .. a

r assortment is complete.1 Call and see them. : .. p BARNES : w
: I 1i The Chas. E. Gardiner Art at
.. i [ : THE NOVELTY MAN :. I Carries an

: THE PECK-HENDRICKS COMPANY iIUR ;: West End of Central Bridge : SisouthtH.: : :ifh :stt.'l ntm., i. .i.ht..I . _ style P
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, : \ OUR WHOLE TIME IS : Home Grown .:

Crystal DEVOTEDTOiBicyclesi - - ---- r
i .

usementSNEW -- - i iI Produce \
y -- - i I - -- .. \.

NIGHTSee : 1\b:) :

I i : .,s :

t 1 Rowe & Co. Window. The Beautiful Presents I With a complete shop and comp : Fruits and Vegetables : MEET

tent help we can do the most I Alwas Fresh r .
3 Given Away at the Crystal on satisfactory work. i .
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DAYTONA GRAH.i M T"O" MMOIM I I II! : J. W. Ball & Son i

_ I Opposite the Yacht Club : No. 231 North Beach St. 'Phone 55 : NEXT MEE1
II .
WednesdayNight .... I ...I...ISlSISr.....a.a...fa BY PRESlj



I Tht' i I;
been <<<." zl

THURSDAY JANUARY 26R. Fire Insurance fleet-!r. i l\\

I your!! .
CORGIS:: GAVE AFTERNOON TEA 122 South Beach StreetCHILDREN'S Pro u. u>'


COMEDY CO. in the Revised Musical Success 4 REELS OF PICTURES DAILYOpen II /, -' _. ...-'u -
/4- '. ._.,:";. i2 ., ,-;.. i Exui
2:30 : :;. ;;- --
_ I "A Trip to Africa"with -Daily- -at------ -- -- Mrs. T. F. Cord:: and dau h, r-1 x .:':J1?; :' -- ::::;:;:;::;::. man, (I. tC
illb11rs.. T. Edward ('ordia en- i .."1 __ _._"' Caiptmi, tttte
-- -- NKW tiIIW7:7:1:1' II(){ "l: I -- -':":'./' --,:-.''''' man L o V|
Mme. Sissieretta Jones the Qriginal Black Patti -- tPitained Saturday afternoon at four I ,.._,,.. -- Th.ma'r. ,,not
-- -- ----- i
their handsome winter
d'-lo.'k tea at
,, .. > in'- ,11
nd"Jolly" -- - i :: "" !!:<: .v.
home on the Halifax. SeabreezeSeventy WeiiuenuuOf 1
John Larkins ( ,',.I> FIIlt.h! will Le a <' mnyl 1 tri M.M I I :St"r", an auui 01'1/ .I.h jcues I.s responded: oruai.gani.a'; <:'inr!
or more
ftwm. !I..I.! ai-ri\fd 1 recently!,: troUt New I EYES
Large Company of Colored Entertainer: r/ oiiiu-iltuaii! al tie coming ; :> :> > : 'OD'' ai!;
by a
:: four until six
- .-1.! .- ;it"; will al-so: 'oum-ilmfii 1.1'\ : York to \ ;.-t.: .Mr. and' -Mrs. Sheeley. toinvitations, and from Cannot! !lit' ti>" <-.in-nilIy' .safeguarded.! and I 'eus:
of the Season i Urerved: Seats at Haiikiiis' o'clock;: the house was filled with anaat..d I last
The Musical Treat Slllujl." for tlu-y ;ll.* att
I.OST-P'aitr of glaaees. i
eye ;
beautifully attired indicationsof
: groups a lifetime. If theire are kind -t-
$t I 1hVt'loia :Seabreeze or Daytona Beaob.niornins. Sund-o : 1
[ Hlt': hairdrttring r-aror. : child'seyes
ladies. whose gowns vied wttih the anything wrone with your ticaiiv a'l o
c Mrs. .A.Schofied.! Return to Airs. C. Uitz-
( avenue. and I will fit
brine him or
Ilivtel elar.endon. 47-lt flowers in lending color and iKatttyo i which aiav
IIIII! s "PASSION PLAY"AND woller th*>m \\i-th Ckiss(;I **; to correct the and :tier st-
L>. II.I Stoner and two daughters. :. the hours. i U-+ ,- ,
trouhle. mcii'.ral' tn-atment future o) '.hat
'J the MLsst: Mayme 31. and Anna Airs. J.V.. Ilobison. a w c.tl'l"t- The porch decoration consisted otpahiis. : .
LECTURE BY esstiry I will till you ><> the aiet
:'1. Stoner! of r.t.sburg. I'a., Jtreeason :tor at Daytona leach: died m that and manoiia ;-
t \ ;giu>st!*: at La Vergne Mansion town Tuesday evening, aged Gt years large foliage plants Dr. Neville H. Clark manly toobejcty
S. Clark I to blossoms and in the parlor o.> sul
James .'''r.!: Bay sroot.ll'.1NTFD The body will be shipped: today
} : her late: home at Eldonado. Kansas. and dining room, of 1'IJ.st'th.>> 1".1 J Optometrist be ana "
: Experienced baker. companied by Ale s-s.! Frank L. color schema being carried out !ui I start
i Look for the Sign of the EYE.
Friday Afternoon and Evening *i I'Il: automobile for saleMar's i and Fred G. Robison. the dining room. Music by the Clarendon : 1- --- the urn; vs.'i".
1 Cafe. s-m-w .
ii I II orchestra throughout the afternoon !
i "\uwuwbill stored at teaonabe! PostmatV
enhanced the joys 0// I
greatly . ,
**N"ow: i it: the time for planting 'e. SAIl.\TOt.A ixx GARACSE.Air. I the p' isra.'
Matinee for School Childrenat I I the hours.
Special Oierry Laurel live fence. Box 1 S\>J.: I t..ue II:'. tfrute : and a..it oral
The dining room table wis|",'-f.n
; : A. M'' F o'er'art <
Admission lOc -16! -lk ---- IOPENEI
2:30: p. m. n_ ____ _ I and Airs. \mc.6"OUI1. of with an exquisitely; : : eyelet: etntjioi.iered ,'--M
ii iiilf lunch cloth and (....1I1..r.'t| u rlu r It ,
- -- ( ,Ipl.) Louis II. Capo arrived fromSt. Hebron Indarrin..d ret-eMly from Ra am
\ Augustine Tutt.:day .Ito act as Miami: and are located at the Wood- vase of red r *es. I)4Li) -.a",! :nfreshtueuts -- ber! "
7:00: and 9:00 m. romioistiing oi' a -.tlai/::
Evening Performance p. i; !ot on the steamer lleimblic again l.iwn. on North Ridgt"oodI"I1Ut' p.'rl: ,

: !:;- XLSOH. ('alt. Capo was with Mr. and 1lt'"oun spent a winter course: followed by watt aril 1
Prices 15c and 25c \1.--Co.t Itrotheis! ) la.-t winter in the here 16 years: ago being: here: at the fectioms coffee amid pun.*IE! wn! II tho'

i =-.i, !nil- < .ipacity./ time; of the disastrous L double freezi s served.: Mesdanie Inimble .l I rrd* : in Our :tll' ,.
-- : of 'dial season, which pa rail zed tli"' Kuii'me! presided i at thlt:' ;'oll'' u1'a rr 1'h. ,

--- Cut flowers, ferns and bloomingpot I orang industry of this section 'for and initicli boxvl I tin- ti:: ...t i hour! .it"" New Place U1t'L

v -- plants at cottage east of Des-, I many yt':trs. Uui'ing theirsta v in .MesVlaiues"fls! : ami! E"It'I: !Jo"1! 11" '& \' ,

1'ilt at an anm/ini rate. Have pland hotel. 45-6$:: t H. ;tona a* that time they copied: second hour; they: were as: ,weal !h;\ t 1''a ...
1 up t :Mestlanbes B. \\'Ond\\ard' Luau (C1'11; -
you !noticed L it? At the end of the .t1,.'ritmndent ('. C. Wolfle: , i rooms in Idle of Alaley Beach r.e and uUetn--: ('ed>a>r I.'arrdl.( also by you It:; \11"1 u I r Fancy CeleryPhiladelphia 01 ,r r1t' J'
the corner
D: e i b:: t 1:: s inotitL. .where hen you all set your settled money up youwonhr hacmie I h'oii'Anent! C*. II. ('o ik and Mr. 1 ..usersThey verynattually see a caret amble: and Martar: .'L. K.tir'-.l; I,. Roasting lUlls!

( i-oii! a:i, general agent of the South- wonderful change in the uity. motof who were daintily attired .n \\1' I elm

:: to. ..In just the sntne fecluis mannerdebts : of ,'I 1 n K\j i; I'r.- Chickens
Bit thenis had
wll t h nk tuvount ;ruin; :oiL'- a !; r-
iti.-fHi"io rnUup.o. from bavins: .1 nnv'icy in the b.-ink: that you tiaver experienced : v > engaged in oheckiuj. bec.itK-M- of the many changes: /: and, !u niri tl( 'i.ted ainotu th. :.:.u---: Cape Cod Cranberries .1'

of ilrbt.-. ; II;. t tlu- !lt',-al office. They were aci -. -c-a: : .': !ully as buTti'r.i! ! 1"'S. .
from Ions list mpoeineiit; : :
a ; :
1'l1l'lI'uU need l bank art..unt. It till tei'hyou : tt'otfle's ___ | MWhit'1. Spring Ducks ta.bt. "
!late you any debts': A i > psi! and 1 by Jsupt. seenMr. \Vh.l.tea wi-: !? ;: >"I"'d.

ei-.inomy :'II.i\ in tutu- the debt, will !".- wiped out. : ,.: : Dow! ell. *. IAS'l'-nd( ; : belt: p.11 .tlt haul. d.re-o.- .or! ::h!i-- ..P-M.--.I, ., .. ll.;:
II Fancy Fruits
and Vegetables al uga
}pa.tk.d:: head! ot woman.: ltt\\e Or- >;tn:;; I tip-: KO.-I-\:i : .i.'l'l al- > !r.' p/' 'd'

PEOPLE'S STATE BANK I 1 I'. Clvtin; Harmon, violinist al anuiAxe.:: and South St. on RduWIHIJ ; 1'- ..d To an tnior.Ml -hl.:

DAYTONA FLORIDA. I IIt't'I. : Clarendon pupil tutored $1.....,; 1'' ( or South bridge: : api t tI roacti.l (ro-i: j , ... ,: .i::_:htj'ui i j in:" -' ....,' .t......'

." : !:.ilt' !It'ur. -t-t:: : eod l .i> :oi.i I'.eacii. K"W.id; 1Kd'se'tmul :-- K: I CII.V ; :M I I'h': : : " i. ;i .
i i \1 H i \i'i!; I i: '. ... .', ,. ., DAYTONA a.1tar! t t.ad
!1'I, M.t j .1-, :s c I '' I.VM-\ : I :: :aid 1 < I'I: I !i.-i.: ' .1'T T II-! :: .
U 11, ,, ,\I! --- I ::
sh tt11\ "
V i !I' I I -i i. !1I 1-; : I1 l '1
': '!''' 'it !J\ lit ; \ 'I.1! :; > i'i!; STORAGE CO.R.
i I 1 :m i'\ -rn!nil-ill lighthouse: ten COLD Ij
;- _:, .', I I '
I U'-it. r l I"a"! moored at tu! j it .

1 I"" i\ l K\er: Yibi:. Club wharf fur.I! SUM\ EYEffi fi 1SIQLESAT D. JOHNSON, Mgr, t J.'
1 I t I
'ii Tut: sdaj She was aveoni"I 1 5 ""*a."3GilO..Itio51 oi0oi I ',' !. TIll"

I (Q)CAL i: :..:, I'S "i K.<::Hi iulinl her;: return:ai.d dowm B. /.J.the Pacetri r.xel' i!,: I T THE IVY LAM l [ IS.THE I I ! ],: I '\ \ "' . :, ,

I 11iJ IK\W! I ,', :, > \\ II lot .t&: fif channel/ stake* --___ Experience : .. 1'.1.'c .

I : the No.tll Indiat
: -j:: l.atd ::1 t: I FIRST DP A SERIES. OF SCV i --- I
i : The: ,,!d l .ro.i sra>keshi<-t!,I : .. ,
J t Is neccessary in the <
I ". fit.Ut! b'okt: : oowu will be red DAY EVENING MUSiCALES TCi I I

,;1:11: r"i pl l'U"-d I palmetto pi J proper management oft <

i l'I:; I i BE GIVEN AT IVY LANE INN a grocery store and we
t I II I TOOK PLACE THIS WEEK. ] | have the experience. <. :.aa

1 11. .I. Malby is in receipt of a I III!
Ti.e! grist': of the Sunday evn.ri.: ; .
1.t.l'"I'1': Sioi! *ileaiember we keep exerytliins in !letter from E. Al. Holnian. written I ( : "
Hot baths ll.kqt''s I tiii!,.rales: for the pr'ii'! to"-,! un a: J
ladies' and gent's wearing apparel I 'om Worcester: Ma ;s., in which Air. We Know I i o1l:144'l :
the Ity I Lane Inn took ;l.t.e! Ui.prt.t "-
11. J. I..non<:h "f Brandon Vt.. at the Dee Hive North Beach St. 37tl lIe Irnan say that be and .Mrs. Ilol: week.The .
is the i>osituv-ii of t>i erator man may possibly vlnit: Daytona for ; IIMr. for : '11''
filling! parlors were filled with: the! I what you need and : ..
the telephone recently installedat "New arrivals always enjoyso.'ue! a that this reason but be is i so busy I 111g

ut the .'. K. C. It)'. passenger depot I recreation, so we will !sue i :\Iio" Harriet that it will be after the middle of : :JSUA.of: the house and a fewin have it in stock, and :
vited i friends, and when it ;is stated
by the Hotel! Iell'-; :Ahuciati AI. Miller two tickets to the FebruH before they can get away.if I : the best o! it is that
that the larger part of the programae !
of luyioua.itl the assistance: of Crystal Theater fur tomorrow nightif :at all.: It seems that ftr. Holmaiji .
Lane it folV! '\\.
rendered by Air. -
i the East l-'k1\1".iJ TeK-i'houe company. she will call at the iKiily Xews i 'u aged in building a number of I I CZ'L
that the audience wan well en-t-r-
office. houses for rental. He add that if i
taued This singer has studied and The Bestis
1tidGewood -- ------ ----
FOR UE.N'T 223: N. they:! do not come this winter they: .
The Bennett, a 1 n\lliH< and bath will tlan spend all of next i worked hard the past year and th II
opp. PEOPLE WHO USE : to st"aI I I
garage.:! $350.;::; 11. Y. Stillman. 42tf: I I II I>oa n-re. Mr. Holman had Just ree.Vfd re uh. is manifest! in many ways, epe I all we carry. It is I I foster We carry
I: ':wlly in the better control of th- : of Prescrip
': a letter from Mr. and Mix.Stubenbopd. the satisfied
Dr. S. AI. Long of St. Alary l:a.: I "Rexall : who are: visiliug' a voice and the f;ner feehog and ,: x- cus of the stat

who while here recently, decided tn dap htt'l in CaHfornia. and they ; pre,, +ion. tomers we are lookingfor. I fully equippj

in the pravtice of dentistry I I work. NotHchemicals
engage tl > I
ur'tr ti: expected to come on
in this city, has reiiypj the swimd! Remedies" >aytoiid in March and join the i:I HUNTED AT BULL ISLAND: I To see the Best Work Shoe uj
floor of the new !{uidin: ; adjoining: of the family at theirItdgewooJ business
other members
M'E.. KretsherV.II.ti: i in the city at cor.
building: : : :!: ever seen
the new lert'hallt\ : avenue howe ; R.dtt'and John Koiie ..fu-u-: Grocery Ask your)
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and it IK r.'lJW' bems' kited up for h.a> best advertisers. Sold Ilyrnan oE Beach Sr. & Orange!! Ave.
at'lreSt'nt ia .\tmnta. are our : Al<>nda> irom a several da> > n u.; '. it
use. Dr. Long is : I I HANkINiWhere!
the equipment atYoungls *t\R SALE; 'J pa t'Iauto: Bull :Land wr< ..t Of Oak Hill br.si,:;-
Ga., imrohasing;
office s\huh he intends* to '"-". $i l."M.ni. box 316 Da" t R _\.t I :ins. !>ai.k with: them *.w ,. ...'Jo.< c. .". 'j i Every Day is Bargain Day
have thoroughly up-to-date ::0 every l>a-ty: can clear $1.".'." t1'.t'i '. and a doe k.ll-a:: .J. -I;: -ru1'---: : i Here I THE FOSTER CO.C \ t|

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