Title: Daytona Daily News
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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: January 26, 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: VID00200
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
alephbibnum - 002072230
lccn - sn 93063916

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*! Local rains tonJgh; or Friday, THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS : Today . . . . . . 10:48 .
except In extreme south portion, I I .

I : H + light to moderate notheast 4' I / / I .+:0 Tomorrow . . . . . 11:35: .. F

: + Saturday . . . . . . 12:17
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I .J 1i f Published Every Evening +.'.. + ... d ... + M + + .b + + 4ff
Except Sunday Daring December. ,
January February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida.

)ds.Flaxons Our, i ,

lor them- Sixth Season-No. 48 DAYTONA FLORIDA THURSDAY JANUARY 26, 1911 15 Cents per Week
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I II I : WALLA CE' S W. H. WRIGHT :: :: DR. D0819ti0S'S\ O IIOSPIJtL and SiMf\' 1RILM[ RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies Stationery and Havana Smokers

C O. I Art and Jewelry 1 Store Painting i Tw'iitMIjinjf.First Avenue.; . acre Ia>tona room, Fla, nwly PRICES Books Only first quality well cured tobacco ii

-i exclusive line of new II Paper Hanging 1- fUllrtnhlltl'ttt) unit tit:' d| throii'.Mumtii! \ 11- l'I I-I GEO. H. CLARK 1- used. I ft
I Carries style an Postcards and Daytona Decorating 1 ly"iUlpM-doM| | | II,<-<|>ii\rutinrullIIlIU.-nlfmTliorousih""l'UUtl, +-'!'i..t.t'lt I rI 1"11 IYour t t 10 Tr.. lit J).You.".....-Itlnht.r-,.
Waterman Fountain Pens, NewsPapers
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iIeII .. View Books. 219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE flr. For t'Ttn-ml -* . L Vet Cave Manufacturer
Phone iHi C. C. BOHA :\O ,t. D. H. ROWE' & CO. and Periodicals
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regetables .. '> MASS MEETING A SUCCESS tablished by the bylaws and will be i TO MAKE{[ REGULAR[ TRIPS J't
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:resh : announced in the columns of the Ye fishermen can see a Reel that "is a reel"if WOMAN ON

Daily News.;

.. BUSINfSS MfN fNTtlUSfD. The names signed to the membership you will call. DP AND t DOWN I THE COAST.

roll at this meeting show a

& Son representative number of Daytona I I OF


will be made to swell: the list to include
..I.R...fl.: PRESIDENT ROWE WHEN every business firm in the I "If( You Don't Trade With Us We Both Lose Money." I I DIFFICULTY IN GETTING

meeting. Following is the list of .

TO MAKE REPORT. i names signed to the membership roll I I AUGUSTINE HERE.

at the mass meeting: i
The Daytona board of trade has : ANOTUERI REVOLTERS i i The steamer Snail, the big boat I
ite and I W. C. SmithF. I JURY DISAGREES
been organized and the following officers M. Rowe I[ I I II I of the Gulf Navigation company
which will make regular trips between -
-anceStreet have been chosen to lead the 1 I. ford Deaconyrteo. '',
$ SENT BACK BY JUDGE. Daytona and Palm Beach during
society along to success: I H. Clark I '
young I
TOWN\ ISCAPTURED. IN CONTROL the remainder of the season.
h \ < G..1., Klock
President-F.:\ Ho\\e r I I !! armed here Wednesday night andleft

Vice president-S. I H. GO\e. 11':I Lew: SmithE. 'DEFENDANT SPENDS SLEEPLESSAND for down niter point'S' Thursdaj : >
Secretary-\\'. C. Smith. : J. Mills: I afternoou.
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Treasurer-F. Conrad.Executive
I AT CEIBA. i Tue boat experienced motile; trouble
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II. C. F. Doha
COUlllliltt'e-G. B. Sea: I FEAR OF NERVOUS BREAKDOWN :lit getting through the canal b*" f

man, J. D. C. :Morris 1:. I. Gunn. I I W. C. DranchE. i i iween St. Augustine; and Daytona

Committee on 'laws-G. I'.. Seaman S. Han: .
l'l IS FELT.1VIIEIWNG j because of an i insufficient amount

.' L.1.above:\Waite.i is; the T. }K.result}Fitzgerald.The :: of" the. !!I I Ceo.:M. H.II.Zuber Gardiner REBELS IN MEXICO WIN ; I PORT IU HANDS I I Of REBELS ; i! W."a.. Jan. :G -'I j| of the water canal the had trouble filled coming in after where being

mass meeting held at the city hall i Geo.; .\. Main The jury in the case of As.: Laura I dredged out. and also because of
Wednesday evening for the Purpose I Sehenck charged with atempting: to the dredges working in the canal. t

EYES of organizing some kind of civic: organization I IS. Garrison poison her hue;band, n ported at 9 Some delay was occasioned in wait
j I Holland 1:. Stevens
the business lllt'nand moved
U> safeguarded F. T. Peck REPORTED THAT REVOLUTIQN- AMERICAN AND BRITISH MARINE o'clock this morning and said they ing for the big dredges to be
citizens of Daytona, and it was out of the way so the Swan could!
to last 1 could not The members were t
Itpal.r 1:. F. Oates
the beet attended gathering of its I ISTS WILL SOON BEGIN ATTACK PATROLLING STREETS TO PRO- pass. ,
indications promptly sent b: k by Judge Jordan
are j J. D. C. Morris
kind ever held in the city practically I The steamer made better time Incoming r .
lith your child's ON THE CITY OF CHI for further deliberation.
business firms j Henry Titus TECT ALL THE FOREIGN '
all of the from Augustine than, was
]r and I will fit i B. Foster IIrs. Seller* k spent} a sleeplessand
which may be termed "live ones"and { made
I HUAHUA.EL CITIZENS. expected when the start was
delerioi' and this
jo correct the C. E. GardinerG. night morn-
interested in the welfare and
I and still better time would 'ha\e been
itiatment i-s nee'H. ing was on -he of collapse.
future of the city were representedat B. Seaman PASO. Tex., Jan. =20: -The town I'l'EHTOrmos.. Guatemala. verge made had not the pilot deserted the
o After 21 I hours deliberation the
the meeting, which wan given up,I II. Schmidt PurdyHenry of Cases Grandes in :Mexico\ has : Jan. 1'C-The town of Ceiba, Honduras j Jury this afternoon is said to stand !' boat before it reached the head ot
Clarkrist mostly to discussion of what the the Halifax Kiver. After the desur-
\V. Itoxby been captured by the Revolutionists.It [ is now in the hands of the Revolutionists seven for conviction and five for
obejcts of such an organization maybe tion of the pilot Capt. Howard was ,
I). D. Rogers it reported: here that 1,200 insurrectionists after a battle in which :0 acquital.
and the best means of getting a compelled to bring the boat the rast
C. (). t'hamberlln are massing about th I killed I Airs. Schenck appeared to 'beI '
tart. were and lee wounded. The I' unfamiliar
and being
the ,
[ way
of the EYE. I calmer this afternoon while her I
W. Nash
Having no set method of procedure G. city of Chihuahua and that an attack government forces: have been put to | with the channel of the river, truck.anotber ,
husband few blocks is
a manifesting
the session called to order by Joe Osborne that will in about away
was on city begin [ mud bank about two mites
flight trying to make tbf'ir'a to
Postmaster W. C. Smith, who stated I.. G. LymanT. 10 days. The Revolutionists hopeto great anxiety as to the result north of Daytona The Swan was
: the capital.At : : or the trial.YOUNG J.
the primary object of the gathering, K. Fitzgerald make the battle at this city sucha held here for several hours. 1

and was made temporary chairman.A. i 1-\1.:\ SammisV. decitihe victory that tine g-O\ t'ru.1 (Viba American and British m.-i- -- The Swan arrived at Central

EDjcate :McF.\ Porter was chosen temporary I, \ H. Wright inent troop will: be discouraued.ELIGHIAGIM : rive are patrolling the streets tlprot..c.t <>>> : bridge' about 8 o'c.oc.'k.t'Iut't'day!.
Gl'O.o'. Smith all foreign citizens; ; and th-.r.
secretary: and then some time MAN evening and tied up there fortire
: i... 1-;. Ellenwooj property.
was consumed:: } in a discussion" of the night, swinging down to the South t

best means of proceeding with the, L. M. Waite I \ POSIPOJIED i ; bridge Thursday morning, where she 11
permanent organization.It remained. until ready to start on the ml

was decided to make Geo. \\ Balch
those present who desire to become: ,
the remainder of this season
.Messrs. .1. D. C. Morris: and E. F.Oates .., I
K.: L. Gunn
members of such civic body and
a I Dajtona: will be made the northern I t
this roll was signed' by aboutI"! +/ W. :\I. nankins McCURDY WILL BEGIN TRIP FRONT; went to Jacksonville l II" train: '' terminus" :: of the run of the Swan:
I Tuesday morning and returned Wednesday fOR THEFT.
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men. From this list Chairman
ce 'J nil i Paltu leach will be the south-
selected a committee of five, which Ii i with lie new* delivery truck destination. Regular trips: will l lI.

was intitructi-d to prepare, a slateof MEXICANSflGUT AS SOON AS THE WIND DIES ': for the (.'onrad-Oat company. Tiny !I.. ::rude the boat leaving Daytona

|lery nominations for the important offices made the return to St. August ije I 1 S dock
vt .> Thursday: at a. m.
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two names for each; oft ice. Tuesday afternoon spent the night: I ; :trod r..iu: death every Monday at 1 "s
oastings and from this list the officers were '
I.aYET., Jan. 2';Aviator M)<- in the Ancient City and completedthe : r .5 4' ('Ifto'k :It.t in.Tiie 1
elected ballot the whIhad ) WITO HERE + {
by by ones TO COJIE TOMORROW. steiue.:: is well l'fluippedtJ;
Curdy attain -
was !: compelled to postpone ; trip to Daytona Wednesday.They : .
the roll of membership.After I
I the I r>::ite r onit> tor ;!h. accotuodatioii ota
nberriescks tart of hit: flight fruluKey report having had a good trip; i
it had been thoroughly established I West to Havana today because I I total ofIt |II L*, -i:t rers and plenty I I r4
throughout. the motor never missing : I ><
that the sentiment of a of the strong wind. He announced i ihe BELIEVED TO BE ONE WHO of room( 1 tor freight:: ;.i.1 i will do A I ,
AMERICANS. j an explosion and the trn-k; easily: ; I
big majority of the business menand
general tliroimh! : and |1".11! a
would start time flight the m<>- I Iincut I taking *=-nd at which the ordinary'I STOLE MONEY FROM MRS. : ( ; a'senger I 1
egetables citizens of the city is for organization and freight business. +
t the wind dies down. '
t automobile would I I +
and the officers had been HOFFMAN AND BICYCLE FROM i i The Swan i i.- carry inc i :: a gsenaer fJOd ...*. 11 z"

chosen a committee on bylaws consisting I -----.. - ------ --- - ------ 'I'.
of G. 15. Seaman: 1 I. M. Was-)*? CROSS LINE TO NEW MEXICO f; hack.LaYSllht. M. B. AULTMAN. I :u much III Cl,c i..n t I r01 a .f.-..1.r'r, I
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INA and T. 1 E. Fitzgerald/ was appointed ...'... .. In Case of <'hur| s 1I.llIltis under arre-t'' to sttuiy tintm m rier: i and J :-erTan: : how I i '

GE CO.N and instructed to drat: a set of laws DRIVE OFF HERD OF HORSES.POSSE \ ;and now h"II;: ; held I; : iii the e purityj.tl i' nnirh. tau.t: will li-. quireii} t I'T the; '

to govern the new society. Ily vote c'I\ )\ run t'.ij>r. llo.--.: ] ,u,ti.-i.| at.., li.'tie 1 l
: at iK'Land oa suspicion" ot! !br'"- i i.Hli I 'i
it was decided the annual dues ot 1'10111.1., ill. I1laklI_ t tr': 11'. "IJ.t! lit r
Mgr If \ ."t.ii t t.r.-: ; I i.t i ,1 'n-: .1.1parson i ;:: the \ the new organization/ shall In $ .. ENGAGES IN BATTLE n! I.. t"I, t
:a.< a t1!nsij'M.: at ti! <- Mv/ :He iio.i-e
L iv (ii uiirk-'t The next meeting will be held = t 11'1' the lion "puyinetit. of a '
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|> 1 to' t w.tr d J-jurt-; -
III \<>IK M IIN WITH INSURRECTIONISTS: L)5rof in th.. 11':1,1). :" ') "I.jd"'l i \
1 \\ .itti.-f, upon call of President Rowe ati soon ( accountfirst; be positive i- :i.--I. To ii. i\- I-:: "I'IJ".I! I'" }
debt or book II.i; /iif.m-.l i I just let'i.t i. f. MI -i- i
as the committee ou bylaws is prepared -' KILLING TWO AND WOUNDINGTWO I .\11 ::.'r',. r d r. "III ::1. : I" "f' i, ,:/1 i :.....:, I h.. 1 i ""
\\1- in..t--" d! from tl.! |1"// o: I ->
th.lt !I. doe not hold! a cancelled
to make its report. j i 'A "- .1 Si.t An- .- .1 r :ai.'l/ .l-1 ktio'iviiie. -
lloffiii.in.! the lill.Jlld.1:; I
The sentiment for organization was OTHERS. ,: ;' li.ink, check for the payment ll.itiiev wll; h| .- !10: .. ._- ',; -o l'.i' > | \\ !il.<-h have |h .-a I.;-, ,'iii--d; and ll i t 1 1t
strong those who attendedthe i4r: / t .. tined :ill .t ,
among CL I'ASO Tex.. Jan.' :M: -III a battle '''-'' and be.ir.tiK your endor.-einenr. For ti'iiii, \It\ Shit r.'it K: I. Sniilfi: tonor-. : t".I" every f :ai.d town
mass meeting and if the enthusiasm ;al"I1, the Eat C ;:.j h'
"a'T; 11.,1at"r.' -
: between a band of .Mexican insurrectionists fm mornll: :.: tor! :: p-t; ';lnmma: : : % tr.dOil : ;
displayed at Uric g.itiienn! ;; if he can produce thieridetlet'- -'fit. wiy.: : have not jet been: :::.rli:" t i'i d| uj. i
; and a posase of Americans + t the <.1tltPlI.i li.HJe of ; ina: _
cau be kept alive Daytona will havea I hiltill be ooti and -met, ;ti, fh* I _
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the tit. \1 Jfuffn.u. anti
which was fought near your -nit\ is lost. lm :i'y tri'nt t p' :
representative civic body which I border, two Mexicans: were killed IJememher: The foal. you eat is j ,!t'ailI: :,: a I IJ.4 YI k UCtlU :+1. I B.: \iill- M'cretary of the war "''p"r.mel. I I'1' .
can and will do much push the. Your cancelled checks turned to It I i
to ami two wounded. the first tep toward perfect }health' man. j is hoped! the.v: petitions: w'U. be i

city ahead and place it in the front!I The revellers had crossed timeline and iIH'rp3t'dt3Iit: .. provided it \ you after having been paid: by this The! young man ;L .>upp< sed vi\ faoribljacted: : : : ul.t.u so the hoar : ,

rank among the progressive citiesof into New :Mexico\ and driven offa is absolutely pure and! wholesome. j the endorsement' of ha.tolel1 the bicycle after tak.nethe :: i j can extend! its run from .la -k-"jn : |I. .
bank:: bearing
the south. The time and Place I to Palm ISearh: : next .\'.-ar. rt
herd of horses. The pose gate (Duality and purity are the most potent money from ttlI.rtlt' hoii- I ;

for holding the future reguVir] revoltersand of all each person through whose hands' the aid; of the wheel mad- ___ __ 1
chase caught up with the factors goods sold here j and with =-=- ==::-=-:
ings of the will lUet't'l I
organization the battle resulted. None but the best are here at prices, they have passed, is a chain of evidence -j his way t<> Osteen, where he i in said j ,
that are astonishingly It'i j recognize j to have relieved a guest at the ho'el CHURCH[, Druggist !
that court must i .
PRICES OPEN HIGER; i any I of $::;:.. tDiM PHONE 37kvi 1
Any business whether large or After the theft at Osteen suspicion l Beach street I
daftl& !
THEN TAKE A DROP. %> \ Daytona, Florida.
the ,'at once pointed to Ilanley, who had II' |
CONRAD GROCERYi ::small cannot but be benefited by p -?
; NEW YORK Jan. 20-Stocks opened suddenly left the town. An officer ?lclhru food I+. th, baSrt/' ;i +
fractionally: higher today but protection a check account with this I'' wa sent> in pursuit and the young "

We carry the largest assortment soon bet.'amhean' and the' Prices I I bank affords. I I'e 1 man wan overtaken at th.St.. t
F. of were a shade below yesterday at the COMPANY i John's river, placed under arrest and VELVO
of Prescription the state and goods are in therefore this part close. The railroads;; were weak, I \\ supply you with hank! checks. brought to DeLaud. where he was : f

steel inactive and cotton steady at You deposit here and j ay !L>y d.ck. turned over to the sh -riff.! I Ii
equipped to do Prescriptionwork. I
1 to 4 above yesterday's close.
'PHONE 61.Daytona. Laxative
Nothing but the very best \\' .> keep the record( i I .
Shoe chemicals and PROMINENT MAN DIES; I
[Work used we know the
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business.Ask AEROPLANE RECORD LodgeNo. i ENGLISH STATESMAN. Liver Syrup I :
city at cor. BROKEN IN FRANCE. Ii 1

your doctor he knows. PARIS. Jan. IS;_A new aeroplanerecord 1141 :i MERCHANTSI i IX>NDON. Jan. :l':'i-Sir CharleL : I i
was set today when RoyeiSommtrr : ; B. P. 0. E. I ):lke, one of the for"tu( i"st LJ"-a: I I 1

HANKINS, The Druggist, carried five passenser: Meets Every Tuesday, 1 BANK I ->ta.'ej.--uen I of England, died VEGETABLE REMEDY FOR I, 1 {

AT THK Pl.\('Jo from iHmzy to Rurally and returned: Evening. Visiting iA I :morn! :._ '.f heart d.sea.-e :aid th..j; 1 :
: Iff't"1
CI'ia-.p.tt..rtm' : : BIOl":1: : : k
Where a distance of 1:. miles. This: :is: the Members Invited. i H-i v .' -Id leader in tilt: . I t a -
Volusia .. i
: Meets Beach. o. T. E. Fitzgerald E. R. A. D. McBRIDE. President i ; ..... .nit anjds ;dl ,I '
first flight with six: :in omit- [!ati.
persons: I
CONRAD VicePresidentF l. I
Telephone 69 Geo. F. Crouch Sec. J B. I
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machine. I I N. CONRAD. Cashier I I' tat :

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.I : : r' r- GEO.Dealer WRAY lo 1 T DELANO, THE AThENS OF FLORIDA J J .1 I II u _

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I jg PIANOS and DELAND the county seat of
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: /27D v \ PLAYER PIANOS VOLUSIA _-_ _- _ Volnsia County, STETSON

Concert Tuner is situated 23 miles southwest of

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

BANK city by an excellent hard-surface DELAND, FLA. t.

road recently constructed.At Four Colleges and 6
DELAND, FLA. Technical hchooU.
DeLand is located the John B. Equipment cost .
REMEMBER that tlwrt' ing nearly $#10,000.\ ) r I
of the lead
l..onh'oOWOM \' Stetson University one Endowment
$100,000Surplus nuo .
::- N'S' educational institutions of the Faculty of 411 Pro
F _: ::.=: :: $50,000.D.McBRlDE ing fessors and In.

Pfceie 77 for ,._ EXCHANGE South. Because of the interest in structors. ChristIan
: 0::::: but James
_- ..:: In 1I11 .ton" thllt c9nMILLS' DeLand is knownas non-HectarUn
ICE CREAM :! ,::.:.: :::; "uplI) :,' .th" IlIdl..s; A. President matters educational For Teitchlng. I man, of P.-.._.___
IIrtl- "The of Florida. Information
= .. with th. ht."t ( Athens
say quantity EE .:.- ('1..... ("nil onIr: !!. :\1. J. CONRAD,. address: RldgewooLAVNI-_ _
; jd'ie ;; 4 : t' .. ::_ J. Hohnt'!'. I:) Volu1:1 Vlce-President Stetson University has a faculty of Lincoln Hnlley..

(4 .i 4 % 4, *c : ii A _.1.\"" 8.A.)WOOL SO professors and instructors. There Ph. Ih..LB.. ii.. r ]

European 3i&feK. Irfe & : ,_Ui Cashier are over $400,000 in buildings and President Hotel

I Restaurant -- J I equipment; nearly $300,000 endowment .

_ I II I Tact must be apparent to the most Miss LI|
DEMAREE. alone _ _
.9..l By L. C. ; a Carnegie Library rep
I. superficial observer.Vith such lavish DREKA'S.. resenting an investment in building J. V. PERKINS afternoon _ _

I : .1..1. One (,f Daytona's crowning beacto. glories Xo BUSINESS AND i, weilth of natural beauty it became :- DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than with frienl

is her incomparable foi the hand of
r an easy thing The is the United
l : New Stock Just in at :: one who haj ever set foot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS ir-scn to give the finishing touches STORE States 120000.Government library depository for the Attorney andCounsellor S Phone

I = Peck's Bargain House 5 smooth, racked bicycLe sands; over no one its who exipans. Which have wrought out the colors EVERYTPIINGI State!of Florida, and contains over big and piMr

: 112 South Beach Street. : ever pedaled a drove a and outlines of the big picture. TO EAT, IS.OOO volnmes. Science Hall, one at Law
no one who ever and
.a.BOB,B.B.BtB.B.B.B.B.B.B ; Man did all this in the laying out prancing pair of horses and listened .) _-.."..- TO USE'ReadIng : .Jthe If rence,
of the streets with their wide marginsof
.......................... to the popping of their steel shoes ........................I5S parkage. The entire city becomesa -1 its furnishings, represents an outlayof of Will Practice InState II f j
Hall is
= LING WAH-CHINESE LAUNDRY : upon its asphaltum-like face; no one : RoomElevator $60,000. Elizabeth one and I r

: tU MO. BEACH ST.. DAYTONA. FLA. who ever steered a higfr-power automobile : E. s. HALL; : great park with driveways' inter- Bf rvicf* the most beautiful college buildings FederalCourts Now _
a Dress Hhlrts Night Hhlrts JO. is* tins, mles; upon miles! of driveways Rest Iloom
White Hhlrts 10 Woolen Hhlrts lIP down the broad stretch of vln'the South. Cherry L
a Check Hhlrts P Und..rl'hlrU II. wave-washed and surf-packed sand i I E Architect and Builder : .,0 good as to attract motorists The'city has a population of about
New Shirts 18 Drawers 8 G.A. DREKAiELANDI &'CO. ,
0 .h1rtscoIIaratt.13t.oeks.pcrpa1r' :i is world beater S No. 3m' Palmetto Av.>. from all over the continent.And settled country
a hurt; realized: that it a : I"L-\ SOO.with a thickly DlLAND: FLA.
Collars or CuCTs ? !Handkerchiefs 3
_ _ .. LadIt'lclotht'&att"Orrt'lIpondlngprl"t' a world-wonder. Go'stamd upon : DAYTONA. FLORIDA. as for the pavements!, pavements adjacent. DeLand proper is five \ The Da

i. ..118..0................1 this wMe speedway and see the hap- i U.........................S. that look and act like granite miles east of the SL Johns River, on has on dij-

..I........................ py souls flit by in joyous mood and : I -where else] between the eastern Volusia4CouutyAbstracLCo *the high, rolling pine land of the WRIGHTINSURANCE looking sicouie

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of and we trn seas are so many miles of Florida. fronj
answer whether this is not one I IOISISISISRS1SISISR..SS .. great "Orange Ridge"
: the seven modern wonders. a in prooortJon to inhabitants? The The predominating products are

M LAMB ENGINESHUPMOBILES I g W. C. CHOWNING, M. D. : paveme-ut question statds with the ,, and grapefruit, the estimated Dr J
The Placid Pellucid Halifax River. oranges
: | AGENCYDeLand Volusii Aj
: : street- as one of the chief drawing Bert Fish! PresidentOury
: General Medicine and !>. LLtflIIS, Heo 'crop. from_ this vicinity being over
_ : Dcdoutratioa Given at Any Time. :: Where think you is water with more I : Obstetrics : I cards. Till some unbeard of place nturyandTreas.Abstracts 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes, Mrs H.|

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: PHONK W : picturesque surroundings? Nearly a I N Office Hours: Jflto3U.7to1\p.m.:! S reports more and better, Daytona Furnish: peaches, "pears, Japan persimmons, man and

....0..................... mile wide. fringed with tropical vegetation -I a Over Kodak Place. ThoDe.39. UU aSISISISUSISISISI throws down the gani'tlet to the guavas, strawberriesand Florida
I ed and Titles'Perfected plums pecans Waukeshaand ]
I artistic cottages with roomy i .ISR'SISISISISISISISI world. in .
.OIeISRISISISISRSI3ISISIS other fruits are grown plenty.In are li -
verandas looking out upon her bosom Squirrels, Flowers Birds and Fruit. II i
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the of public improvementsare OLDESTLARGEST Ml
i JACOB ESPEDAHL and Insured tage on
gamey food fishes in countless numbers .ISISISISISIIIS. I Whatever: one's shortcomings and I miles of fine shell roads, an
: S many
Contractor and Builder U
Designer and CraftsmanSuperntenhC.ontruet1onor .s beckoning: as it were to those j : DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPhysician : I tower indifferent Of even callousone Maps Plats lIodHlu'prints excellent high school, electric lights, sIt U ks |
with rod and reel her bosom fleck- Huppll
Build. ; S U may he to many tilings: the mere a system of waterworks that is owned have (a

S. lng Plans on Hhort and Notice.|HM-clHcutlons :. ed with duck and coot and snowy- : and SurgeonOFFICK : i nmentmca.f "flowers and squirrels. 1 KLANI, FLK.: and operated by the city, supplyingthe and BEST dak Dealelton. ] _

: DAYTONA, FLORIDA. winged sea birds which sit about as i I I b.rds and fiults" will send a thrill _
: ) oVKIt KOI'AK I'LAeEU : : purest water at little cost. .. _
.usisusi.isisisisusiSiiuSaSI.ISIoaSISI.u.ISKIiI.RS if for :the: sport of bobbing upon the that is reflected in distended pupils Sonic __
Pliunt 5m's of testify that
> 'I BONDLUMBER Nine houses worship : _
waves; watch that lubberly old! a ;iiid pricked ears. For Florida "tl\_
DeLand is a church-going commu
U U white Leaded pelican pouch a fat - For e."ery vis;.tor': with a spare coo- FARMS be tielteehurfl> ,
--- -- ----- |
_ Methodists -
nity. Baptists Episcopalians
: OSCAR MICHAELCONTRACTOR : mullet and that fish hawk stru gh"" |Ilwr there is a bunny ready to come COMPANY I GROVES Fclork -
_ (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians -
: : I, upward with his floundering load he S U I! ,.ml aoept you.igift.. lie will sit bolt Manufacturers of by

: Filling and Grading : snatched from the water. : D. D. & C. M/ROGERS 1E '! i 1'J i '!'i'1bt and knaw butt, the meat LUMBER besides colored, Christians Baptists and and Catholics Methodists -, TRUCK TIMBER or Boston .

: u See the beautiful launches spick E Civil Engineers : :, i'a. a Heavy Hauling a are represented.
Specialty. I LANE *FUP 1
a and span: wMi!! hampers: and lockers :.il'anwiule SHINGLESMOULDINGS
S i
.!:!!!SIIISIsISusIsIIoISIsI bulging with refreshments both solid I DAYTONA. FLA. : I Flo'\'ri. Usually fres-h and bloom- I The graded school offers a tenyears' S!',-nd for I'.nixnln corn, tl:

__ I which Mn-et
- - --- -- the to.
and building
., and for cruise th e 1-.111101-\1": !, : .0;:.. aa .. course, enuesj
.. Iki-iid ready a upim Ac'nt.
.! \! : ) i ; SISISlSDeIaI : !!4 ihe year 'round you are remi.id-; :
(it) beauciful;: e-urfate. Take feld: .ISIlSI55iIS Miii'v's: Paints I it occupies is newly furnished pl> toS
.1 M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. out your il of Goldsmith's couplet: where I i'iir .id Pooling}: I and is of the most TIlE COULDffBOUffl .
throughout, one
: VIi.as: ana the river from MM.lt.! hall (V.i< ntEB'ado
sweep .
:.Miiiim.! ! spr'ng!' its .a.lit'st'isit paxTnd
i MILLINERY :|; Ormond bridge to Ponce Park .. ....S..SeR..... ;I .'. summer's linrjeri t bhjssouih: <;:<(.itiXii: ><'l I.y I'lii-t r.n-K: r I commodious and best equipped pub \ [ COI'Fl.Nl M.httt..tote. an|

f! I Are Showing Fall Styles |Z light house then say whether the : E. L. STEWART J U I are delayed.: I liur.d K..nd; UrielsLAilS j I: lic schools from ia the btate. to DeLandis i. ; I
J'.L''I'.1'"I.\ The trip Daytona from l5ik
Halifax i isn't a thing of beauty and J \ : p.O'hA,
1ol! yad roses of varigated hues:
: No. 8 Beach St. Fla. ,! a Physician and SurgeonS SS i in little
Daytona. made automobile a
by s.I
!>) a joy forever and one of the modern ill-. til.F Ua ledoiamatt: another household! has
| vl.11 .ill. 1111"111. 0-' 4.1 1 I ;1' ; '
i_ Xi' @ end .. \.'. Km.:: Thr...it aiKi No- m .tI..-.. SS over an hour, and there are:: many Th.art-
\\ ;
_ _ _ _
and life
for the
: penchant poincetta ,
: mla l lt fiSH
1'.1.,1.l Maunoli.-i &
a""mimI l ::0"1111't I .i
'!.(!@;j) "i) The .Imir t Wt Ot 1'. < > I'-pllOU' ":!. J I ;'I"t-mi"'t.s> rre aflame; another is hidden pretty drives in the vicinity of the THE J. M Cal
i () Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge- : utlto immtir1': a. III. to ''. |I', II). J.: Attorneys at Law county site. A good road leads to avenue vjitwo
in a jungle of tall cane."ariety GORDONGARAGE
: East Florida I wood. SISISRSISISISSSSISISISISIi I'r.-ictirmi: In nil!I DcLcoa Springs five miles a historic prevjJVlIUOIlK
I I :,.> the spice of life and here is where State and K drul I
Ridg''vvocd avenue Is upon the crest Courts spot where 60,000 gallons of water i
find it.
Telephone Company | .i.ieI.u.NIUI.ISISRSISISS :-ou HpocJal facIlities for bubble from the earth: minute.From : ,
of a broad: ridge, straight as the crow U I The birds flit in, and witlh their investIgating and I' every The
flies and the wide spreading branches -rfuctlnx tltl..sllY.LANII. DeLand automobiles go south I tftt.., S.'J _ _
Connections : DR. F. H. HOUGHTON : .1 joyous notes help to give fullness I "LA. I DeLandHeadquarters
Daytona .
_ | of 'he heavy-trunked live oaks extend a S,I' : i.d symmetry to the picture. to Ostecn 18 miles, on shell and Pc''tue i

for Long! Distance PointsH. I I thtir giant! arms across the magnificent ', marl roads; thcSt.Johns:: is crossed by
Dentist i \s for fruits choice citrus fruits STEWART & BLY 1 for
v'eta, forming an arch, and i : ferry near Ostcen and cars can then
4 Iffle. in I'k Hlork I i I l)a>tona vltlds: the pain to none for AutomobilesAGENT
C. THOMPSON. Mgr! from these! extended arms great festoons S PHONEV: <.-l Knd: .Mouth Bridge UU There.re Isaac A. Hti-wart continue to Sanford and Orlando by
: quality; and quantity per acre.: Kcford. Bly FOR
of Spanish moss sway as the SSgSI htewurtAttorneys hard road. There:: is a shell road
.ISISISIS1mI.IISRSISISUSISISISISISISRSISISUSIS I -.. scores of citrus grcves in prox- Mary I Maxwell Touring
--- ---- -- trade winds from the tropic seas at Law from DeLand to Orange City, five
:mity to the city, branches bending] I I II Cars and
fan them. Looking straight ahead I and Notaries Public miles, and a good road from DeLand
; : to the erth with their burdens of RunaboutsArthurG.
P :T. McCLELLAN 1 :down this white shell street one has J T. K. Fltcraid E. F. Out. *I hrnous gel en globes which for PrLANP. FLA. I to Lake Helen a like distance.:

_ the impression of a fairy .path with
Z FITZGERALD & OATES I I l.tauty.: proflicacy and all desirable

.. Mill Work : "'ir sn draperies, but as you move 2 Attorneys and Counsellors at LawS J: ua.lities; would truly astonish you. J. A.ERICKSON. BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO. Hamlln I

'long and cast an eye first: to the Sptial l-'mit-illti-! ... KiinininuH U Royal P. JIawUnHAMLIN
Write or ask him about anything i Tight and then to the left you see and 1 !'.'rr. .-tin-;: I .0, ni Titles 5I I The Fastest Autos and The Finest Manufacturers I

'yon want made of wood Every- (;' distinguished cottage homes in the ottU'.. m Conrad ]Iull! le. ig. 'Phone 1?* : I Out. & CO. Light Granite, Buff, Red awl
Largest stock of
thing the best. (i1'I most delightful settings. SISISISISUSISMSSSISISISISUi The "E'\'t i.th world wonder do youk Pianos, Organs and Drab Brick

I See '.ho glistening leaf of the grand - --- -- --- -- .,. ? Cc-rne. whether from Mi&sour Machines !.nrr r.innrit'IIMIPS. : . Prompt "Khlp- &
North Ave. Phone 123 .. . . . . .. lilmilts.b "too .i HIM.I.I.I t and Prlcib.
Ridgewood .i i )!'o .! ( I
magnolia which: nature has varnished \e) ! I I <'r froa Maine, from Kalumazoo o. I II II >'onth: of ,1iconlileALLEN'S', t-I.\m.I.lsLANI' LKIIIFl.1N: : : FLAKE !.,\. HAMLIN ;;
) ) 'I as no artis's brush ever could; and J. P. ESCH .:!. I T.mbucto: and you will be "shown.]:" I

the cabbigp palms with their burdensof and Here is where the "O'ld's record for HELEN
J, Physician Surgeonl'.mmmmmIm.
showy fruit and swaying paluis! ; : I speed is broken with every recurring I Surrounded Attorneysand
( by several lakes
> .
I PICTURESQUE{ PORT ORANGE[ S $ l>n\ tilth 1 1. iM.uth) of pretty
; see the lovely holly with its exquisite !> :M.K.: 'hiinh., ottl.. h".,ir.. 1-.' I i. -.' p. t-.ison.. Autos, the biggest; the fastt and: guarded
_ _ _ _ _ _ *> in.. fi; tim ; p. in. 'PlMiii.I'vr! ; I 'N.\ NiJLt to Po"totLci> by lofty pine trees is Counsellorsat
bt'y; see the climbing vines !.> UKAi'll.LADAS': I :-t. and the finest are on daily parade Lake Helen, a winter resort of no LawIELAN1'

; I. POUT ORANGK Is "'in riot in the trees; see the crypotfcuious !)'.!'!'.! .,... ... !.!.!....".aI !.!,!'!..!.:!;;I and the big show is as free 1-1 DRUGGISTSJEVELERS I little importance. Camp Cassadaga, 14

npn'tty little village PORT ORA6EHOUSE forms winch gain a foot- : t:.e pure artesian water from the a spiritualistic camp-ground is situated

situated live inlls hold i>n the great oaks and stately!' t !,.!,!. !'! ,.. ...!.!,!m ". I thousands: of flow'tig! wells.! It Is a |I Lake Helen FLA.
f'Outhof Daytona on I IF.LAXI. FLA. near and at this
the Paytonn-New paRms, and surely you will join in i:: continuous show with a constantlysintthig I I place several hundred people make
myrna* hard sur- ifiie chorus and say that this is a :: ; : scene.Evegything winter
I headquarters. A laige:: lumber
fieroadthsenIehIgbwayofth s Fred world wonder for beauty. .> NOW OPEN. I'-horse G. W. Fisher fOUNTAIN'S"DELAolD. ;
.. East! Cummings .,... goes, from a mill and the largest brick plant in

Cocist. The town Is Owner aDd Mnater Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage |; Clean and Warm and i power up to a 2tK-lioTe power, and Drug Co. the South are located at Lake Helen. FLA.

located on the Hall- iul degrees of speed from a canter
Homes. | A Good Place to Rest Drugs, Stationery ORANGE CITY
lax River, and I* ))1:0| : a two-mite-a-minute cli]). You will ClothingFurnishings

ronnected with the FORT' ORK Xo one of Daytona's attractions, % Play Pool Now : piobably catch tie spirit, when :-oudo Huyler's Kodaks Candies The:: principal attraction around
T.-nlnsnla opposite '!)J Checks Given Cigars
1)3bridge.. perhap: commands more nearly universal ; I the roads and the beach are yours FLANT, FI.A.A. I Orange City is the many handsome Shoes

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

laid out and has the artistic cottages. The owners of (!(!. ...i\iX!.! Lots for Sale.
jnnny pretty hom -s. these charming villas hail from every | birus and squirrels and flowers are H VOODALL purest in the world, another attrac-

A larg fIO number of Liberal Terms corner tf the country and they bring 4..................4......I I!, tree. the sparkling fountain water i is tion to visitors. It is at Orange City
tourists and wInterresidents Allowed for 4
make Port IMPROVEMENTSOcean their own architectural plans and : When You Are Looking! for J: *.r. e and you will have to go down The ': that passengers over the Florida East

Orange wl nt*r head or River build upon them and as the archi- : i ...lito your wallet only for coin for Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and
Some One to Do
qnartera, .ne of theepseral FISHING I 'ecture= of one section of the country :: :.uto and bed and board. GROCER drive:: to Deland. The:: town is sur-

the nttractl.nsbeing excellentThhIng ('onT..nl..nt Itao to Courn-Automobile .. differs from the architecture of another : :1 This .Is co fanciful picture; it's all rounded by land peculiarly adapted -4

nod lUidge. so do our homes differ in { Electrical Work% j I in-re. It i.s drawing other thousandsand DELAND. FLA. to the cultivation of citrus fruits. I'h I-AKU FlAiKl DA

Apply to outward and structural
A short distance W1 i. C. HOWES appearance iKAlmp! them enthralled it will --- --- ------- --- -

\vest :)f Port Orange Agent beauty from one another. There are I ( iiarra ::1.11loid you. Come a.nd'e"1 ........+..+..++..........++...++.++.+++....+...+..+.
Arfl the remain* of Port Oiuuge. Fin. no monotonous rows of strikingly : PHONE 14 j IIFORLAW I, .
'b45 old Punlawtonst.gar I
similar build'ugs but the eye, as it -- -- -

t:-nt Is mill vhlltffi.r ft place, }- [Port Orange sweep by, is treated to a kaleido- !:, I "From the Grove to the Table" I THE DAILY NEWS !i

jvtrby: hundreds scopic change which keeps the mind :
j .
t/.urlsts. One time OYSTER CO. wondeithg'hat!! next?" ..
j,:i the country west *. : THE ELECTRICIAN. *: FRUIT AND ORANGES { .
It is-
n. DUPONT no only the exterior of manyof ..
of Port Orange surrounding Grower mind Dealer th-t-a homes which rivets attention .: Grown on the Halifax. ?
Prsome three whose
OYSTERS andCLAMS finest. of fruit for sale I : Gives persons
irlll, was n vast in- ; w11.h.c they are models of convenience : Best Prices Best Work J The quality Away :

:10)and sugar caneItutatIofl. and the finishng; and furniShing : NORTH BEACH STREET *: in sinaie hexes or car lots. Special names were mentioned in the +

: .The mill Pt.Ornnre.lbmytonn1M. i give evidence of the elegance .: attention paid to filling orders.
wis operated extensively <<: ........ ................... i Every Day previous day's paper !
and cultivation of those who worked ------ --------- -- -- MUNROE & STEVENS: .:
: In those early C. HOffES
O.tys;: but has been 1m I it all out. Indeed it is the interior a ISUSISISISISISUSISISISI... GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. .. .+

dSu: for forty or | arrangement and artistic furnishing U I Four Tickets the
Real Estate I : JOHN P POLLITZ : Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. ; : to Crystal :
ll'ty years.ery I and sanding more than the exterior

'\ \. interesting Insurance I I appearance that gives a surpassing S. .S ---- : Theatre and a Merchandise :

drive from I'a.tonnhi : NOT A V PUBLIC i charm to Daytona homes. This feature : Suchard Chocolate 2 ..!.i. .i.. .!. !" ..'!.!.!.... '.}.' '!'! '
by ocean Nachto I Order for 25 cents on some :
!!>.. approach ot Port Orange. As.S I justly merits prominence as:; another : 5 and lOc Cakes 2 :; GITTENS & MESSING .

th.- Port Orjiiit.. ::" I woni'er. S SISSISIUSSUS.SUSISl.l5ieuI S .. "',' __" '. o. : ..',_ ,' '.. : local store. : : : : : : :
trid 'e, Il.ro" tinlicM. .
.:" nnd t h.' n G 6. MARIIMerchandise ''I Streets and Pavements the Most S I S U S I S I S I S I.i S I S U S I S ISIS : '--sj" *) FreshFish ..

: .
) llCh tliroiii.li ilirtnclpii and Best.
| ;; : u
,. >tr.-. t 01 I : McDonald's Boat Yard J T Clams .. ..

I'rt Orange to th [OenerlI Why th- Architect of the Univei e a Established 1903
: and Rose Bay Oysters : Watch for them :
ru.s of the c.-1.- chose to give: Daytona the mot admirable 1 CHAS. M. McDONALD Proprietor JRailwa ---your name maybe 4

Imr.tt"d old I smimzm I i I'. the most picturesque natural : >s" Boats Built Repaired J ; Market on South Beach Street .
mill ret u rnliicn t.
Imaytonabyth': r'lI,1- Port Orane.! n. ., setting of all the cities of the South 8 and Housed. : Phone 5 Prompt Delivery : next. :

tt -m.1 I.nd.- --.- -. --. --- is not revealed, but that such 13 arr1vyYyr .5.......................ItI IS !''!'*'!'!'. '.'!'!'!'! ! -


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I f fr' I T r "\I ST. BERNARD DOGS. 1\1YRNA. "fl.

1 j jon These Famous Life Saving Animals
1 I Are Said to B. Mongrels.

LAND, FI.A. .J KINGSTON Jan. 23:-E. M. Richis IOXD, Jan. 2.:..-:Major Lew'sa Among American tourists in Switzeti HOWEAND NEW SMYRNA miles south is situated of fif ORANGES
!r College md 6 at home with his parents for there: Is much rivalry for securing
Vhnlcal HchooU.jalpment . a i! .,d wife of Hyde Park, armed Friday -i "real" St. Bernards to take home with is an ideal spot reached If you want the
weeks. He |
co tnearly to returnto from Daytona by a hard surface road very t..t! Orange
owment: |< HOODOO.: ( )
r nlty of 49 Pro- A. Davies, of Tampaas Calling The major is one of dur.regular win-I that toe St. Bernards are mongrels I parts of Florida. Point Grovefortheftfdlandln
*sore and In. (! The original St. Bernards saw the With its ancient ruins dating backto
on.old friends here a f2'dao's ter visitors and
Christian, stays until -
* non-Hectarlan James Hay and Geo. P. Goett- eariyj i l light toward the end of the fourteenth a time when the history of man d hlnnltivrrOrange,
ago but left for South Florida aftera spring. I LANDS runneth not interlaced with wiresof the:: the
best lu
man, of Pittsburg, are guess;: at the century. The mother was a Walllsshepherd
I Information 1 short stay. the modern Mate.
and telephone
dress: I i Ridgewood. The dredge is doing good nark in I dog! the sire a mongrel of a IfKW: "HMYKAAFLOKI1 I telegraph -
I John D. Stuart .of Cambridge,! Great A its miles of shell streets as Grove situated II mm
[acola h. Halley, J Ma&s., who has the canal from the river channel t-o I Dane and a Spanish mountain hard and smooth as a floor and overarched from Daytona on
D'l Lltt.1>? LAUNDRESS WANTED Pines been stopping at mastiff. M. LEIDERSDORF forest the Daytona.New
LL. by hoary that
President D. r V Hotel. It I Ferndale for several, weeks, left on I the club house, under .the management In the winter of 1S12 nearly all the Resident A enl grew m stately grandeur giants during the Smyrna Road.

,. -- the 17th an his return north.J. of James Ballougih.! dogs lost their lives In the snow. In Town and lapse of bygone centuries New Prices Moderate

Miss Lizzie Gardiner left Tuesday A. Harper drove through from Our aid fril"nd11':\ Emus of Worcester 181C the last St. Bernard dog died. Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNProprietor FERD
if. PERKINS afternoon for a several weeks''i51t Jacksonville an his automobile a But a monk Martingny: ) bad a mon Property and rest
; Mass.. was '"in town for a
r with friends' at Paisley. few days ago, and expects to remain grel St. Bernard and this was crossed All nature here
a month or two few days this week. with Wallis sheep dogs. The breeding is very inviting to
looking after
the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
Lttorney and ) Phone ; will call for your cleanIng his insurance business. Mrs Morse, Miss Osgood and being done in scientific manner,
fdnnsellorLaw \ and prt" s.ing. tf BURNETT. P. W. Knapp .has rect?d and is! Miss Burlingme, of Worcester, Mass., the present race of St Bernards.I R. S. HALEYGeneral too is to be found the best fishing and

I.I occupying the house owned by L. J. and Miss Mary Damon, of Hubbards- though mongrel. like the first. Is better hunting in the state of Florida.

:Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Knot, of Lawrence Crews, on Mulberry street. ton, Mass.' are well housed for the and said.stronger than the old ones It Is The people are thrifty the business -I NOTICE

J Mass., are among the guests : A. Williamson recently purchaseda winter in one of the Burr cottages. The Hardwareand men enterprising, and all unite I

ill Practice inState registered at the Ridgewood.Now lot from G. W. Kingston. on Cars- They arrived last week. I Bernards railways almost have unnec made> use of St. in extending the welcome hand of Two tickets to the

and ; well street which he expects to The stork that' has been hovering they continue the 8.sury now. jet hospitality to strangers. There are Crystal Theatre
FederalComte +* I on old stand in win- Builder's
I Is the time for planting improv. over the south part of town dropped ter when the lies five church edifices for white peopleand will be given Mra.
I snow
I high.
f Only the
Cherry Laurel live fence, Box 89. E. M. Rich, H. C. Gale J. R. Cole a fine baby boy at the Clements male dogs are used for rescuing men Supplies, an equal number for the colored O. L. Hprin* If she

i. 46-12t, and T. O. Melton went on an ex-, home Monday njJat. Mr. and MIS.i In distress. They are followed by men Furnitureand population; the town has an excellent will I 11:111' \.call Sews at otnctt the

LAND. FLA. cursion to the famous hunting!i Ray Clernente' are the happy parents. on snowshoes who carry provisions. high schooL a splendid public before tomorrow

The Daytona. Cold Storage eompan grounds at Whooping Islands this; r I At the regular sanli' -naonth'ly' meeting Each of the older dogs has one or more UndertakingNew library, aad up-to-date business nlsjht. :-: :-:
has on display some very large fine
fVRIGHT4SURANCE week and made one .of the most successful of the V. I. A. books were of young companions which be teaches houses
looking strawberries said to have I the business.
come from Miami.1..Dr. hauls of the season bagging fered for sale. Little Nature Care." PostFifty SmyrnaTHE There are any number of pretty
four fine deer 'in about two days'I by Mrs. Anne Triambell Suwon an homes for the permanent population

J. C Herman, Osteopath 20 drive. One of the deer was an exceedingly -i entomologist who Is also busily engaged which numbers close to 2000. and

AGENCY Vohisii Ave., Daytona, Phone 40. tf large specimen, and the i[ in New Engjaind story telling Years Ago Today. some very fine winter residences. I STATHANK

------- --- hunters are much elated at their t-s tihe! title of the wiork. The sceneof 1 Jan. 26. O OCEAN N HO USE There are good hotels and boarding 010'NfW
Mrs. Hamblin, Mrs. \V.V.. Sher- good fortune. I I the little book i iH laid i i'liOnnond' Louisiana houses where you can find accommodations I 7
adopted the ordinance -
Land, Florida man and Miss Selma Johnson, of Latearrivals- are :Mr. and :Mrs I. Mrs.I Slosson. having been visitor I II of secession! and hoisted F. W. SAMSritnPKIKTuKBF to meet your requirements. N [ SMYRNAJOHNT.

Waukesha, Wi:;., arrived recently' J. Gale and H. C. Gale of Chicago, {!'111 ere. She has dedicated" .it to the pelican fl.ip.; News that the i : Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a i i : HAMMOND1V
and are located at the Desplaiul cot who are guests of the Ferndale. I J. 1 D. Price and the Ormond \" Irs'l United States warship I Brooklyn section of vegetable land as can be i 'tldentH.O.
Rates (
[DEST :\lrs.J.H.Xh'er has sold ,her Improvement association.'! : The was : ( L. BRANMNG 1
tage on Magnolia avenue. residence , steaming south with troops found anywhere. This land has been i (',,"hh'r
and lot at. the corner of North ter is to have the receipts (tout the I II on board created excitement in $3.00 per Day divided into small farms which can I

LRQEST , *If it anything photographic' we street and Ridgewood \-enue.Irs. I sales.. Tihe program; for the alt>r-I Charleston anil Pensarola.: Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Some I Transacts a

and BESTr have it. Lesesne, the Eastman Kodak :\ L. J. Kennard and her dan- I noon was given! b)' the: }Fourth Ua Week of the finest celery grown in the stateis General

Dealer, 14 So. Beach St. 43-tf:> g.hter.Irs.:\ :\Miser of Paragould.rk.: I I j j' Club, in ('harf.of; Mrs. Rachel i iI Twenty-five Years Ago Today. J.Xt'.II.'nt: Hunting raised on tins land. All other vege- I Banking 1

are again visiting their relatives the Xl-aI. I I Britisb: war fleet ordered to Hint 1 Kiililru:: tables grow in abundance and here Business
"Some 1'eivoi.s: of Quality; in Boston Chatter family. well known!i The following thtnarn of Athens. The (Greek fleet of '
They are
[ Florida are t\\: t HMYRXAKLOIMPA: too, is the home of the famous Indian 4 Per Cent. Interest
," is the subject of the lecture to and have many warm friends in this:I| the pupils} of the Ormond schools i I| thirty-three ships sailed from River I on Time Deposits
FARMS be delivered at the !-'..irst1.. E. suburb. I making the highest:; averages. in the that port to avoid a British

GROVES church, Friday evening, at 7:20:: o' Mrs.: J. :M. Chaffer returned last various grades: I Mot Jcaik";:

TIMBER\ or clock by Bishop J. \\". Hamilton: of Saturday from a visit to Osteea. Eight gradegnesllth. ou !9-> :

Boston. Admission r.Oe. I MarRartt Shaw !IK'0); Mark Baker !III.I' i : ; ; i ...................................s.................
TRUCK ,. .. ......... ......... :
If t'\"t'r ,\'.u I'oh'' in P.iris a Seventh grade-Leafy Smith "'. .
LAND c FOR PEX7-Furnished residence I :i red nl.lM.n fi: liN Inittonholo.aecomj personwith Burwell Thornton !Ito( ; Lulu Aduns .V!I I t R. H. MCDONALD :
I nd for Hnrgnlntet : a\-I The Co.
corner Rdpev\ood and
to. Volusia I >.uii il l by a fri" ml. about |to enter 1 I-'ran<' Waldron S:1:1; Henry Stert- I Joseph Zapf ,
enues; -isht rooms and bath.p. a house. a carriage; shop jou I house. SI! ; Harry Wyllie &s.S..xU'i '. t MEATS I
[HE 11 ply to S. H. GOVE or any agent. 12tfMr. may he sure that the monsieur\ deeore : .
i grade: -Co\a Priest !Mt; Edwin I : J JACKSONVILLE. FLA. :
LiOLII.0CO will Insist on his companion passing;: I (Baker: !'III( ; Edithdams !'"; I Florida and Western .
( and Mrs Henry Rich of first He does not diminish himself Jamie Dressner} Pu!' : Wns>;ht I'ruc ** t Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor : .
I The Choicest Steaks and
Jamestown :\. th'ry-it[ Is not as If he
Y.. arrived recentlyfrom :gave; away I ;
st: Clifford Dressner S9: Vodi:
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F.1.\SJi. Ff.A, Lake City and will spend the his rilhon-antI, he has the satisfaction ( The Primest Roasts + house in Florida. Sole distributors for .
George lu> Ethel Groo\er S"
; ; Ed"1
of feeling;: that he Is not proud.ANNOUNCEMENT. .
balance of the reason In this city.They 1 ward :Merritt S7; Edna Priest,, ; .. .. .
Celebrated Beer
I T l b'|ihoji u.* what you want and w.- Anheuser-Bush :
are located with :Mr. and :Mrs.J. Pier-son. Bennett S:.; Jesse Grin.s'ey' : : will iiitfivor to ...." that you get It. :J :
THE M. Carson on North Ridgewood I ss. Phone rti1!: : Special attention is called to the :

iORDONiARAGE avenue with whom they have spent I TO TIlE VOTERS OF DAYTON: I Fifth grade-Helena :Meiritz t 14* ; .. .. : MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. :

!two previous seasons. : I hereby announce myself as a I Edith :M. SUnton P!I:!. ,I : POULTRYTh t .. ..

candidate for the office of Assessorfor I Fourth gradeLpslip'aldron !'.'!; I . ' *
i girll 'r>ou l Io'n\" %ourord r ti! *
The Automobiles stored at reasonable tihe city of Daytona at tin1 coining 1 I! Elzie ll\den :"''; Ormond Merrift ST : !""'it-i. t.!li toll.: ... \i; lii\ of _,.ttln; .* : Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. i

DeLandleadquarters ttites.Phone 112.SAR.TOG.IXX G.\IL\GE.I i city ejection. 41-Itt i Third t."rIlIt-\lal'p: ; Ster'-'ioii-! !-! .. to choic.t. :...................................................:
tf I I II. \RTSIIORX ''1 : Frz:! \\-:1:1:1111"(: : :SN. !' .e.......................: .

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| utofnobilesAGENT: FOR iVYVr"YV'4' dYrYkYF"r"i db kJe1e"i."s"iidYd dYY'r'asJ'riei'dV"r"issia"r' idL r de viu r"rr"ieiidW.'dYall "edtilr'VdYF'' vctdllYYH

well TourIng -

1[RunaboutsIthnrO.Royal HAMLIN Cars.P.Ilamlln Hanilln and Gone Iii We nave Somethiv g to Show You

HAMLIN& -- I'll'


Counsellorsat Law SHIPMENT OF THOSE [E1 F 1



ClothingFurnishings. FLA. FINE HEYWOOD /j11\ :IL

Shoes I IF'r\ H1




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Finest of Porch Chairs and Rockers, the Goods that Give '

[ Satisfaction. 'r'i i

is whose J. ;

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may ..t....... BINGHAM & MALEY CO. !I J'I',I! : I:

............ THE FURNITURE HOUSE UNDERTAKING PARLORS ,; 1 1i 11\\ ::11

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'Pqe Four THE DAYTON't DAILY NEWS .... r"
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" THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS .. Pen rtsla Variety

Published every evening except' finday .. ' Ir.- -WES. LL.--1 i.oMei

ESHOES 1 1I from December! to April 1; by '/ ';Store I | H

THE GAZETTE-NEWS .CO. DAYTONA BEACH. FLA.Exitptionnl r Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of .
Editor.C. MoneysavingValues
in : lubricating oils on the market. i
S. HARRIS City Editor. St
Enamel Ware : :
I You run absolutely no risk in buying your Shoes at II HARRY L. ROOD. Adv. :Manager China e.
GEO F. CROUCH. Superintendent Japanese i WE REPAIR f' 0
I ANTHONY'S where you will find a full line of up-to- Entered as second class matter Laces

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

at Daytona. Florida under Act of Opposite Webster's Grocery Store i
March 3, 1879 I Seabreeze Ave. .

I ANTHONY BROS. ---- -- - --- S :
-- Central Auto
I ..........................................- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .-..- Garage. Y .
Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes sun+m

Complete Machine Shop $ :.o...........e.....................a...............: :
................................................. [Co
[Clarendon I d 6 Garage f REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS BY ?
....................................................: j g A COMPETENT MACHINIST. *. ...- ... N. ..i
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: OPPOSITE HOTEL CLARENDON, SEABREEZE FLA. : Toast Your Bread.in 2 Minutes !
I By Rail and River. i I To 1'nonel'an J .0

t AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. l'fan.udon Exchange., :. 0a

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Best-Service to:the East [FIRE[ AT TROY, NEW{ Y YORK. DAVIS IS ELECTED PRESIDENT. \nonltrfor. ir cent, .on Mr(isrrlon111 )

Jacksonville ....... .. ...1.lOa.m. \\" I* pUrnR.J. Mull } if wllliallHt i
Limited. /Leave Ki\annah.......... 11J5e.m.Augusta. the Fatty News odk- lfortomorrow
Palmetto t Arrive help us
....... ... .. 6.W night:
DAILY. Carrying& through Coaches "" Charleston......'". .. ........ 4.1 p.m.p.m.4.W BOSTON STORE AND ADJACENT MOST OF TIME OF SESSIONSPENT aZ with allfinest |
Klchmond a.m.
Electric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room 44 Wiishlngton.: ::::::.:..:: H(w a:in. BUILDINGS DESTROYED BY IN DISCUSSION OF MEDICAL . J. B. GARRISON The Electrician. ;:Phone 71
Jacksonville to Baltimore .... .. I.1I1a.m. j jIBOND : C
Dining !
Sleepers W. 11.m. FIRE AND CAPTAIN BUTLER I.. .
New York. :York! .. .It.'f:::::: 50 p.m.: : QUESTIONS AND GENERAL ---.e -- NO Snr

New York and Florida Special. Dally Except!; undu). o.N4 MEETS DEATH. CONDITIONS.At :...e.or .
LraveJackSOnvlIk........ .............1.ll+p.m.
de Luxe.Tbis TROY. N. Y.. Jan. 26-The big 'i
Description of this papular train "Havannah ., ...... . ....... 5.CH t p.m. LUMBER COMPANY !
train consists of Pullman{ lirawlng and LibraryObservation Charleston........ .............. M..1 iip.m. Boston) store and adjacent buildings a meeting of the Vo.usia
Boom State Room.Mleeping.liming Arrive Richmond .... ........ .. ....... 7.or>s.m.
County Medical society, held the i Manufacturers of ........
(cars heated brakeeand by steam ( .". Washington! .....................K):y>a.m ,: were destroyed by fire this morning in .
wjnlpped to brilliantly with lighted the hlRh-t-peed throughout hy electricity :' \\'lltimore..d.b................11 1.40.".7 a.m p.m. with a property loss of $125,000 city hall here Wednesday afternoonthe | ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER | r.

special lights perfect being comfort provided In for writing\ each New York Penn R.. K. At 9:30: o'clock while the firemen following officer were electedto Laths Shingles Floorinf, Ceiling Brick Lime and Cement ta Stock .
berth affording M ta..1tb: AH', 3'd Nt.... 3.51\p.m. brick I serve through the orfor'.udlng at night.Florida were fighting the flames, a J nirc! and Yards: ratCo t Rallwaj\ and Orange ATJ *-
Leave Jacksonville ............. 9.15 the fire President-':Dr. Geo A. !Davis 'jje-)
a m wall fell burying four of 'Phone 83. R. MALBY, Manager. .1 .
and West Indian Limited. Arrive.Ka\annah................. 1.:20! p.m I .
44 Augusta ......................... ..... ft.50/ p.m.DAILY. men in the ruins. Capt. Edward Land. I.................................................... .
Carrying f & Through Coaches, 44 Charleston.! 5.411 p.m. Butler was instantly kiled and the Vice president-Dr. E. L. Stewart .

Hectric.Lighted Pullman Drawing Room "44 44 Richmond Washington.! ..::.:.:.:..:.:.:.:.:.: 6.10:40:a a.m m:. other three firemen were seriously] Daytona' 1 .;;.;;; .;......................... ...............iI .r Conc I
Sleeping& Cars, Dining Cars. Jacksonville .. Baltimore. .:......1CI.Ia.m.N ( injured. ** 8ecrE.'tary-Dr. G. A. Klock, l>aj"- ..
to New York. .. New Philadelphia lorkLeave .. ..... ..... ...IStp.ni.1.111 p.m. 1 tona. I I I .

............. I II Delegate to state medical) 'SOcu'tDr. ).- r.
Mail. JacksonvilleArrive
Coast Line Florida .Haviinnali......... .......I'M"7r55p.m.! !H III. HAS GAINED DlSTINCTlO I L. H. Uouchelle New Smvrna II I Can You I III .
44 WhiteThe
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches 44 Richmond . ...... ...... s.tt p.m.lUV'plii. The most;: of the time of the, gathering :

and Sleeping Electric-Lighted Cars. Jacksonville Drawing to New Room York.( 44 44.. WiRhlngton I!iltlmorv. l..:::'.:::....... i-M.i.m: ::: AS VOCALIST OF ABILITY\ was devoted 4H) a general djbtussion .. I'ri|
\('. ...,. 1 1a.ni. : ()f :health conditions, in thftountj -
Stops at Meal Htatlons. 44 New Phllndelphln York..... ...... .. ..1$11.111.; l+ i, The II I I'i : Pa Hi) Bu<
Local Sleeper Jacksonville to Savannah. and medical qtiebtions] .
Best Trains to the West. next-. mating will be held February .

No. &' South AUntie Limited I No. :ti.! :i2 Nos.1?+t1 ;,,1 Montgomery Route ;t1 ,.No a::,+l.>a:. MANY OF THE CROWNED HEAD : EDGAR C. WELLS TO I _j juei.

.. -1-I I OF EUROPE. I BE BURIED HERE. ; all day without fatigue? Foolish question, ..
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1..Jllt.k..un'.lIh. .
8.15 pm ..... .\t1l1ntll. ..... In-, .!:,pm,, ".: ,Iltllll'r\ .Jllt'k"ul\"I! I.\r'. ,. 7.Inlll i .
(I.88alll Ar. : )1JlltlJlI..r .1. n:t+
8.tO pm .\r.. ....I.uul-'III.'. . Lv H.'OItIll I' I.Ilipu:! + 'Ar Itirndm::hwu. J.- ipn<< pin' I Black? PattI's lyric triumphs] .n The body ot Edgar ('. \\ils.! wlu : isn't it? No it's not, for it means, do youor N
1.llSam ..\r..II1III1I1&J101lo.I.: ..... 4.11111111. + ..4111'111.\1' Na I-II\III,' .... I.". lC.taw! ) :jail the leading music i cities ot ElI died at his; home in .Jadioa| ; \ 1 u!.r.. T:
M.5 7.10all1r.: pm \r..lllll'lnllat1....... t'hleugo..I.Lv.v Nd KIlum++")III I .111/111I I.loam, .tr..Evansvillr.\r..Mt.l..olll: ......1.Lv'. :11..11'11I: .Irlnn+ I rope and Xnierica are without pr- last,; night, will be biouuht to Ill".1 do you not use a Westinghouse Sewing I ISf r.
I \\I. vain ,Ar... ...('hicnco..LV:: ti.a:!IIJIIIISo. '! .
: ail'l.l She the
is one of most poPular city for interment in 1'i.iewooJ) ("\'niettrj. Machine Motor? .
prima dunnnH in the world and : .. Funeral &er\i it."s will b..l'ld! II .
114. Dixie Flyer Route No J. iii. No. t"!. I Seminole Limited 1 No. 9tr I II .
----I I I j has probably sung before the largest over the remains at "'ie: liiii.liani A. I With it, you cannot only sew all day I r. a :_ _
and most distinguished audience, Maley] 1 undertaking jur'oi-; .it :'.. .;/n,I
s..S)pm Lv.... lukwon'lIh': . Ar 7.; IIIIII 14.4''! lUll JI.\ .Juek.onvlll.\/ . ..\1' 7.iGum' .. 'I .
,' 10. pm Ar..14airrusy .. ...I.\ i.tu/llll lotipu+ .\ \\'II "I'U- .. .Ix ::I.Illai' ,, | that ever jbi. inbled Lo applaud] ] a'! odoik] tomorrow atterti, on I without fatigue, but you can sew a great I .
7sgm1" -\r...... At Hlltll. ....I.H.4I! 1'11I ::':fii IIIIII Ar ..\II"ln I.v. I I.i/lm! tautatrut She has been the Gas ;i .
rt'I'I-1] Miells been -
an txpre! s .
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8.46 pin Ar. ... Evansville/ ..Lv.. ti.t.UIII:::, II.:4. +au1 .Ar ...Blrllllngh'IUI... ... I Lv: I.1"JlmfI.481t1U 'I .. i deal more than you can by pedaling.Vhat e<* -
Ar. .ehh'uRn. ":+!In .1)1111I1.-\1' (.hh.lIlc : I Lv i..I: '+1'11I lent of distinguished: honors }paid: messenger on the F. E. C H.' to.
7. \r..Mt.I..ouls. ..... Iv $..) pin 7.ahun! Ar..tit. Louis... ...l.vll.Ci: : Iplll I i O
I to her by the royalty of Europe and! i many years and his widow was Mu-fc] : !I i do you suppose the absence of fatigue costs ..
nearly e\ery representative musical Mattie Sparks of this I
For Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or Write ti't i in the current taken the motor? I .
org-inization in the United States:; I II by Only a
A. W. FRITOT. Division Pass. Agt W. D. STARK Traveling Pass At. I I l r
has acknowledged her wonderlul! TRADES PARADE AT ll .
138 WEST BAY STREET - - - JACKSONVILLE FLA. l half a cent an hour. -.-
cal gifts by the ]presentation: (.f tostlj t! I .
I I medals, diplomas and deco:"'atiors. I I I .. ii..

Steamers U.S.A.Constitution In addition to her beautiful voce It is htped that every bus:iit:'s* ::1 i j. ........
Seminole LimitedSOLID and exquisite vocal art, nature has 'the city will be represented in tht, !

TRAIN endowed her with a bright intel'ect: : Tradt; March, which is tft be one: III i I .
AND I| The Schantz Electric Ice | aiaiaiai
Electric Lighted Throughout. tn and queenly form and if it were not!I the attractions of the eii:ertuirnei-: ; II ..
for the accident of rue and color. riven at the New Daytona The.itcr .

p15 are now running betweenDAYTONA I she would undoubtedly gain d:fctinc-; rebruaJ'y 2. by the Civic depir'!meii Ii and Water Co. ..
tion in grand Ol't'l'a.Olual to that enjoyed I of the Palmetto Club. ..
bj )Melba] Can'luana! and iI Some have been mused .n
I and the world fatuous diva after whom I may / I ""................................................. .r
i the canvass of the city bthe Cum .
!! PALM BEACH the was named. F< r twelve :rears i, in:ttee, but all are r"qut: ,ed to i ar-: .
R :,h.. has won fame and glory with t.'iJate-tht: > person ih tin. to 1 1di I".I --....oeee.0....MMee...NN..0o.eee..Ne.e.eeeeRai1way- N
I I : : Steam t tN tr H
the Iliac Patti show, the t < P- .
nice p <'>*ed in any COSMUIM* wlu h IIHor -
CHICAGO, ST. i LOUISAND Leaving Daytona Saturdays and uiar band of darky pla\'folks] ever .;nally portrays the ul1iJl.-h: p.. ..
Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. Southern !I
or aniztd The Clack! showcoluCs ,
1 Patti r ;;l'llted-a prize to b- *: \-a:l tll' .
ALL POINTS BEYOND. !1 bound South.
the New
to Daytona: Theater: one receiving the most .c.t.s ti r'.in
Observation: InlIndulIll..rth('mnpllrtllwllt lIhtFr.and!; i4Ieptny'ars. .'"- Leaving Palm Beach Saturdays I! ,f.lliht.; tit: ;audience Much in"'I.--t l t.<, .. i :NORTH EAST AND WEST I Iil ..
-cllninn. ('luiriar: ,. l'lnln_<'arIA. and Tuesdays at 9:00: a. m. : ::'1_ .....:danced and a In-: -'HI\\ .n-: e
Ar. (Jut'k..UII.III.'II1<'ulo. s 7:411:1.I a 1'.111.. itAr bound North. I TUESDAY EVENING MUSICALES iI | :; art'! :HIV' jured: i .

Fur. Mt hl'ir r. _..rvallonaiul:_ii' n i'.itl 111.- I'rinretiwlr..' I ark I AT THE SEVILLE HOTEL. ; .\iiv :,IIIUI":: :t'> 1I.y i". ..ii---!! .'l t 4 == Fast Vestibule Trains Daily ==4 i j .. 1 PalmettoOcean
rood tkki ts 1,1011"l ss ..\ SHI rl h's ot mutual*':. to be given .
::: C C. 1:011:11.:101: >::
H. I. "'.\NT\\'KI: .I.. ; .. .
Florida 1'11--. \kt. JIH'k"on.tllo'. Ha. I REPUBLICwill t tt ry Tw-d.u' "H\enin during the]i'! -. --'- I!! i FROM I ........
season uas inaugurated! at the Seille -
\' hotel on South stient. Tuestlav: i:1 Jan. 26 In Amerjcan History.
C runl..t\\" > uDAYTONA night of th:$ week Tho-. II. Lane, ISO:>-Aup;: istus II. Garland (ex attorney Ii JACKSONVILL"The : i iI ..1.r.l.51Situa

(roc Ocne AND I the popular baritone, a
0 ST. AUGUSTINE I :Mi\ -*; Anderson;: plan:-t. turiiLsh: ,. died, born 1S33.1r)7Bev. I Florida Special" 7:40: a. m. i iIi ..
The Attractive Way ; : Ill'nryIartyn: Field. clorpvnian / .
Earl In F oruaryI a \ernjo>able inusial: treat for
I I" and author former editorof The Southern's Southeastern Limited" 9:00: a. r
I t.htguests/ of tli Iwu.r and oth :- .
the New York Cviugelist, died;
McCOY BROTHERS :n\ ;ted<<1 f PI' the <, '('a.-iIlD.i "The Florida Limited" -g.05: p. r. I
North and West i born ISL aMO m'l
arc large|
"The Atlanta-Jacksonville
Special" : p.
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eoo eee
11 South Atlantic Limited .: I "oe.ono eeoo"o o""" e. oooooee"HeIil on apphcj

I 1 STEAMERS : I r CUdDDati.1 :.......

11 Leaves Jacksonville 8.15 pm. I. il Pullman Drawing Room Sleepm Cars to Atlanta, As&ville

A solid through train daily I Ii Uncle Sam and :, STEAMER SWAN i Chicago Cleveland, Colorado Springs, Detroit, Louisville and New York. i ii I
For Cincinnati & Louisville et rer
0 I t Cherokee : .

To Through Indianapolis electric&lighted Grand sleepers Rapids ..* F'It' TillM- .I'!MI ...: 'I LENGTH 150 FEET-281 TONS. i SOUTHERN RAILWAY DINING CARS I II ..r THEFresh

: I With excellent accommodations and service, lighted by -- --- -. --- - -- I : mill

: Dixie Flyer : Tomoka !: I electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passengersis I I : ..
1 I City Ticket i Office 108 West Bay Street Jacksonville i Florida .
0 now betweenDAYTONA
operated .
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Leaves Jacksonville : I I .
8.25 pm. : I I. 'it.:! t:. I ,. I ..
A solid through train I .I,. . '. 1 . .. .0....
daily I : ; .I' t..I..L .aill.! .I'I:
River i i 'I L: =
] For Chicagolftontgomery ;I and : e.e .aoeeetwee.eoe.ee..ee.oeeotNeeA

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Route : .. Every Tuesday. and Sat- : I I II II I ...

: urday r. in January. : I I I I' 11A1 r tlihl' ..tl,1 0
n Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. + I I r L.t'F. ..
Drawing room sleeper daily .
.. =--::::--=-= I l,1, : A American
For Evansville & St. Louis I \ I ,u.d hand.'I .
0 and Intermediate Points through the Picturesque Halifax I .... f Irul.ti. d : .

o Dining Cars on all trains Ii INLETAND i:'II I and Indian Ricer Route. \I f [ ..........
II IIf !
t For full particulars addressT. : i I I Leave Daytona Thursdays 8:60: a. m. I f ht i ::

Fla. Pass. Agent I Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8:00: a. m I
B. WALKER 0! i NEW SMYRNA .: :i : ; t. C.....o.c -

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Louisville&NashvilleRailroad cI ,. .

Every Monday and Fri- .::. I .: MR. FOSTKRAGENT i ; I : I r:.',,' ,I, < na
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:. day in January :: : : 102 bEACH ST. DAY TO\A I) ; !r', .. t .. 't..'\ \ II" _
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118 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE Dlbo fi I Leaves Ferry Dock at 9 a. m :: i A OPERATED BY THE GULF COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY I i Write; ar Inquire OT ,the Pre".ses. No 3', South Ridgewood Avenue ..
o L. E. LLLENWOOD, l\1gr. :H I I! i i
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\t kinds of i \ SEABREEZE .
> i Daytona, Florida ; FLORIDA J

f if ;-H I I. NOW OPENL. i. :Mrs EV. Coffin, of I : .. a.a Absolutely |.

: M. WAITE Owner and Manager. :Mich., a recent arrival at -
i = ' Fireproof
t {, metto hotel, has rooms :

lition. I i : Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas.on all and :Mrs.V.. H. Peck, .
Beach street and Loomls. \' Now Open :
Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern : :
Zs f I .
i Convenience. Send for Booklet. S J
tiers Clara S. :harangue Offices: :
t CONCERTS DAILY. : panion, of Sagamore, :\ I! Seabreeze Florida E. L. POTTER President *
t guests of the Bennett. :Mrs. : o i { { Hotel Blackstone. Chicago :
a : Summt-r Address: ATLANTIC HOt'HK, Nairnfcnntx-tt! Pier, Rhode Island s ;I 1180 Broadway New York W. S. KENNEY Manager t
gue is a sister of :Mr. Swift,
..>.4*+ot* :...................................................: cago, the only survh; I ..............................+.. ...............:

the firm of Swift Bros.
f. : Mr. and :Mrs. S. T. i I
rived yesterday from : S ara t Os a .G..O..O..1
: i Pier, R. I., and are as usual
: at the Despland. This is
E INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better in
E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. : enth season that :Mr. and :
Florida. Table of the best ol everything is season. Terms as reasonable as
iSTERS Browning have spent at i I
service will permit, given on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No, 112

1 : NOW OPEN.. i pland. I < : ..............................eeec..........,.....
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: All departments will be managed by white Northern help, Recent arrivals at the ..................................................
clude W. H. Chase :Miami; :\ ; |
Mr Garrison selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white : G. Kirkland, mother and g
be will I call l l at I j THE BENNETT i
ire tomorrow help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : ChkagoIr.; : and :Mrs. Gariee
center, :'olass.; Charles H. : i ONE t IF TIIK ii\iiN(; noTii+tirnAYTONA. :
i with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the :
Buffalo, X. Y.Ir.: .
and Mrs.
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s finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, Tucker Detroit' Mich.; Mr. I -- -

i Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. i Samuel Williams, New York. I I I i ::::TCNNlta COI KTHTHE .J.
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:.................................................... Latest arrivals: at Schmidt
are A. O. Botts, DeLand I I -----
ANYtER ; .e..OOOOe 0000o00 ee o e e e ie 0 e.ON 000..o 0
Weaver. St. Paul :Minn.;
/lo/............or.r.............ererer000110. Knickerbocker, New' York; 'I .
nern and wife, Keltey's ;
Stock James Rollman Chas. K. : I 109 South Rid ewood Ave.

: DAYTONA FLORIDA : cinnati, 0.; C. J. Jatho, : I rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R station and Post-office.
Manager.uestion. Fla. I Steam Heat
I Hilyard & Holroyd Proprietors s I I
P. J. DOYLE Proprietor.

Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. .. :Mr. and Mrs. J. L. I I ...Me.e0.........................................
. .. Wakefield, R. I., arrived -
: Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. : at the Despland. Tomorrow : I .......6..........................................
i couple and Mr. and :Mrs. .
: Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : ,
Steam Heat Throughout. v Browning leave for a ' ; I: : / lU SENECA !JACKSONVILLENmFLORIDAa} : t
: to Havana, after which ) .
I e: White Help in DinS ind Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st : return to the Despland for I ENTIRELY NEW. ..

en<'e of the season Albert Bennett Proprietor C. R. Bennett Manager
The Princeiori' Pier 1.the only landing in lhytonn> for t f.t. Auju.tin" aid I )) : :
I : Palm Brach l I'oait'>. Particulars with plraMirt 1I Nu-t I It--fu! NHI "IN-opl,, '. 1'iiinnti. XV t :t. i I'. !>-t. -un II. nt ,m"l I'hon. in T\ r>' : s .
\mong the recent arrivals:
N : t 'Boot \\' llt. N.'r\j.-. Throii.hiiiit,: ./loll Mr. Foster
Seaside Inn the following are : ( :
I Same Management as THE BRISTOL Asbury Park. N. J. : K 1:. N. Woolhon: and wife. ..................................................

............................re....eiei.UISI.re...r.o Irene; N. j.; )Ir. and :Mis. : .-.-..--.-..-.--.-.-.-.-....................-........-.-..-..-.-....-
I lvtn..n. Mrs. \\'ills and : ; .

I .--.....-...-..a.....................................r.o .... lonto. (l'ull'Hla'urrt: ; o 1 C. : NEW SEASIDE INN H DAYTONA H. MANWILLER.BEACH Proprietor FLORIDA :
0 ;ail] wife, Z..1. Kay and ; ;
|, do youSeving i '..lIIali. 0., and the foIJuwin !> new and select handy hotel Las just been cnlargcd and re fu' nis bed :
THE NEW GABLES I the season 1910-11 to meet the requirements oi its rowing patronage .
< :mi.: t.: Party Mrs .1. W Ito
i iall 0 Hcat Hot and' Cold Baths Electric and Gas Lights Call Bells :
Prank;! and Fred 1 G.: Robinson.Ilfffnt :
.. D. i Rates 52,50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates' on Application :
MUMm' i tt1---: Mo 1EI.11| :I I I < II K\' \l' 1-:1:I*, ('rrul.s.; N. I J. .

daya i S: lv, -. f ,a a- NEW LOCATED.HOUSE EVERY, CENTRALLY MODERN . Arthur Kiner arrival, Geo.! at W.the liutts. : ...................................................
; -- - -- - - - ----- --- -
I r v ;;F, M CONVENIENCE AND : ken, X J.C.; V. Hughes, ; ..............-.-.-.-..-e.+0.- 00.NO--.O.O.N--....N0- -.-.--.-.-.-.
great ; J : I COMFORT. .. .. .. : burg, Pa.; J. L. Sheldon and : a

What -- .9xcM Ct 9 6'S as y 'w'. Wakefield, It. I.Va.ter; F. I )
:. I : Steam Heat Throughout : and wife Brooklyn, N. Y.; 'I : "The Ivy Lane Inn"A !

|ue costs Mrs S. T. Browning, : .

: t .j.jta earl S. H. MOSELEY : Pier. R. I.; :Mrs. John Dyer, : High Grade House, catering to the mosl particular people. Central location. s

Only !i| : w r Proprietor. : dente R. I.; :Miss ElIza advertisement.'I I :: $3.00 and S4.CO per day-S17.EO and higher per week. :

iI : .. .,, .?r ' The Arlington.. Thousand bland l lN. : Hughes; Hughesdale, It. I. !
I 1\111.Phrk.\, Y. during summer of i November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ. Proprietor i
.. Word has: just been .....N..NN..NNe.s.........NNO.NN..N.1Ne t
0 ____ __ __ __
I {..........e.r.oNISRSI...../e/.../.......i Henry S. Houston, of Holyoke : --- -n--- ---_-_--__
who has spent) the winter at .................................................. i!

Ice ..........U.........................................: nett in thus city for several THE SEVILLE E. H. PURDY. Prop.
r. that because of the condition, : I Daytona -- Florida ill
Houston's ,health the trip to

j 0 Houston recently submitted by Spacious Grounds, in the most delightful part of the City _
: New and FirstClass, : serious operation in a New I Quests receive the best the markets afford in the dining room, and every
..se.... s. hoop.al; and is now <: \' ." i i:;! ) : and convenience that a well regulated hotel can offer to the public j >

.. .. her home in Holyoke. ..................He ....OOOOMM.-.e. t

N ) ;' :
: Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells : Recent arrivals at the :'\ : .r..............am.......r.r.r.r...J...r.rer.r.nr.

ilude Mi-l S. F. Hender-on ] /1/' rl DAYTONA H-A Under ne* manage- ?
Elegant Rooms, with without Baths JllC eve I an 1
ayi e : kill, X. Y.; Mrs. C. A. : I i V nlcnt :centrally located );nod table J I

.. -- -- ----- -. I (;t'I1P\I. Fla.; :Mrs. II. E. I t l : best hMs ot t ser\i.:e steam heat andu. WJ T. SJ.M) .p Q LIN xi, Prop o
.tn.: Reasonable: rate. ?
0 (C! ueimm. X. II. )Ir. and I.i IR i i t i
i ; ....... ..... . . . . . . i
: MABBETTE : /0u r r r I r Q i r rep r ti ilaMOS r nSu '
MRS.\ I. M.\ Proprietor i l IJuii-: : Xe\\ York; Mr. _u __ -- t

i o Ie. E. lull and family and ......e .. @ooee"M&OHHH.SNeeNHHeCiHCIOOOi ( '
: Palmetto Avenue DAYTON. FLORIDASCHMIDTS : l.-lioro.; Ohio; .John I). 0\\'t> : : i !
ily ==4. .- i .ml maId Akron, Ohio; ) i THE AUSTIN I Ii :

I ......................................... ........... tLIJtKingston, X. Y.; \ l t

M 1. Trt-mper: Kingt-tf/n. X. Y; l i THE HALIFAX DAYTONA FLORIDAG. i .1
ii. I. It*'a<'li and Mrs lJt : : :
I ./tea/e................................................ ruvkill, X, Y. : \V. SWAN Proprietor i ,

i -- i Electric Lights and Call Bells. Steam Heat Hot and Cold Water. i iI ,. s
: HOTEL : *. I
1:40: a. m. I \ large invoice of the I ....+..............................oeeeeoeeeeH....
: Florida : no\els and reprints just rt'.t> 1 _______ ___ ___ ______h_ ________ ___ ____- 1.!
::00 a. Henry Schmidt Proprietor Daytona (Clark book store; also \' i ij I -- a

::05 e Situated on the bank of the Halifax River one mile from Atlantic : books 4\-t j ; : i ...... ......................................0.. 9 9b1RS. i -
p. o Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms .
::50 m'l are large, airy, and nearly all have sunny exposure. The cuisine and ser SI ; I D. J. CUMMINGS. I1 .,,
p. vice is admirable. Rates, $3.00 day and Special rates for families : THE PINES '
on application. per up. I...... .............. Pro rietress. ri

i/..........................oir..................0. 'I attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct f Y
1 Cincinnati, I INew . supervision of the proprietress. f 1 :

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South Rid.ewood Avenue, DAYTONA,
York. I. :*
I ............................//e/o//o/o/.r0/....... I i. Same manai-crrtiit as the Ne Maj 11
fit ................................ .......-......... .l'
: 113 South Ridgewood Avenue. o
: : !I I I !1 i

i : Fresh milk vegetables and fruit on the place. Furnace heat. RATES: S2.CO per : The Willmer I! The OSBORNE \ I I ;

I day and up; $12.00 per week and up. 1 . ... ,
:, Florida U HI'N: H I'M" I.i r
: MRS. CELESTE HINKS Proprietress. : 1 I I
I . ,;.foraMe Roon.sfricelleitt I '
Fla'i s
i:TTITlllf. ..........r...........I.r.r.r.......r.......r.r.....rNNNN .. : T.blcKates I
()n\ Kin.iut I \ a I j .
So Palmetto Ave I .
0 Nn Daytona. J II 4I
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: : -
THE IMPROVED ..................... .................................................. I

'. lit i i CITY HOTEL: i .
orictii Lot The HARLAN 7HE PINES Lake Helen Fla.
Ii I tea C'newOreuut r rustx onlId; -- i .: American Plan Always DAYTONA open FLORIDA.New Ownership and Management e A F. E. C. I i ;'' ( n'r' 1 1' .: i, ;ll + ,i'i ..- I hr. t Inf..l. .; i ( I i

itiul handrnished; Renovated and Enlarged Good ServiceManagement :
IN :
.. .. . .... I
11 lifts 'Itbtuitb ; i : H. C. F. DOH 1. 1NNNN : ', ,. .!''-- .I'" .I. .:.' .: .'::': j. t. ::f'," .,; .' :: ; ,T. : .f''
.S ) fin- ".n In I h.'a.a- : ur I I''rtt. I ; I: r
null iiirge : ......N..N............NN........e.....0. .,/k Mr. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Rollins I Abrams, Props. .: 1 1.I ,

litrnoin3,lUtolilf, ::7 '.7 11. :sa 21a : e...........................4.t..4rr.'). i.4144.Oi4..
h' "-owri "
"h,'" II"":!" ; 1
du' art e+..........o.G..G'O..o.c..o..o.o.o ; r '-I i .> i '
: : ,. :a .:::'1'1- 1 ... .( ? 0$ C QO 36+.9.A.aaeostf .a..1.. I I
ht.au : I I Ii1:;, "u ; 1 : :: '
PALMETTOa ... -, . .
i N :Kt1flue + I :. THE :e : ;- .. ,'', :.:.., :-art.'., I, 'I' --. ., I.5--I ; : I i 'l"II ] .: < >AKS. i.1,1'111.1. FL.HIn.' i :

\ i iIII" I : ,. :: .
Well I 1
-I. 1 Known and Popular D.\YTC'\A.: FLORIDA II I 11t"'II.\1 i SISI1viit'I'l.lltll -. 1 '. : .
1 Overlooking the Beautiful Halifax River 0 I.
: : I: I l.\: 11': < HI"I.I i:. 0I i
A Homelike and Comiortablc Unite First Class 1'1 all Kespcc's, This schedule is 1

: C. O. CHA lBERLIN. I I the : I i 1
i ie. Proprietor 1tl 'llH II117aIlitlr.lail\'l'! I I's.I'tl.illaliter.I.I N N i

...e.......NO...................e...0.....N..0.e..S. .............-.NOGH."HM.cteH..O< ........
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I I r Sinn mm SESSION i I i ORMOND-ON-THE.HAU.V.X: ; ;::;: -j I 't InnlW.

11 Why the People Ask FELL

F SOUTH FLORIDA MISSION.I : -thof P.MOXD Daytona U 5 miles, I Drop in with meatORMOND

i ">,' itfd on ttv- west
For the Regulationof
__NOW BEING HELD IN STEWART ::ilt: of th- Halifax:
The ideation n Was Leat
\i\: r.
u1 rT/ I CHAPEL M. E. CHURCH ON SEC. f t h town permits I '
and DAYTONA] Industries. foatdrainageandf.
StABREEZE enterprising and DAYTONA : ,'ct smltutkm; andECONOMH
progressive towns on the Halifax ::1.' elevation !+ su-
11 BEACH KELLOGG Special Counsel For the United Stites Government. .
BUROMANTHE Peninsula are geographicallyone T he sixth annual session of ti.e ; rh und t J< ut for 1 It 1 t th.. old Ion did 1
although incorporated as sepa- Lonterenee ,\ :nt.vr hom,H. A 1.1 _". out in thrn "
PHARMACYJames : south; FloridaMission I II ... '
: II
towns inou
The par find
rate municipalities. .rtde\: bridge con-
north and south I i convened last nigtit in Stewart i ii k 7T much interested in the -i ormond with un, th. r. .
allel the peninsula s".a ANY people are not so -ts Th. wor'd'! hrt". .1."h. ...--
REAL for a distance of from three and one- F. Dobbin i i uapej jl. E. cnurcn. on Second: av- .r-nond B.*ach. r. 1111 "uo'h 'onl.
half to four miles and extend east Proprietor BEACH I i enue. Midway, Rev. \\'. O.1:. ESTATE DAYTON
of D .. iMinpjrouinN::; an lie
and west from the surging seas tsnaltyCarried I I preaching during;: the evening. / and execution of that power. Capital : ". nialnt ta tl on ..14111>( I li.hores, of Headed Eqi
Ocean to the Halifax Everything sld of the!
MAN the Atlantic held t.b.s: .th- r ill Itiillfat. live Expo
In a First I I i ne service; was
beautiful tide water I timid. Capitalists are to Le 'most of them I.INF ,.
River, the Class Drug Store I o'clock.lsa! is proverbially apt iv : FI IIFRM.r: tion From
FOR them apart from morning at subtropical
that sets -urrounded by
stream Daytona with which they have close Department Our Prescription! Is Complete I Jf>h.nV.. Hamilton. D. D.. L. L. !>.. I II opportunists. On account of the occupations and flora and Central F|

I SEABREEZEHUMS communion by means of three 1 n every of Boston. .Mass., presiding. t. | enterprises in which they are engaged, which are -!jnibb ry, besides t'\1.t. ON Charges S|
t bridges, as well a3 a half-hour ferry Respect'Phone1 I followmg ,the administration: of thrifty orange and fiR U KITK TOIACON
OPEN BOISE service. : SENSITIVE TO PUBLIC AGITATION people othr citrus fruit The Careersuddenly
Beach are tne Sacrament of the Lord' Supper I
Phone 177 Seabreeze and Daytona 'r>'"s. in
essentially summer and winter re- and the organization of the :oaterence. : 5' of great centers are more or less provincial and : Ormond has many I ly, was divl

sorts and are making hundreds those of BRANCHa the regular program was are sometimes inclined to be l INTOLEIL ANT. : 'rtrttcttonsexcel.. TUORNTONORMOND nods: of gre:
new friends every year among 1 taken including welcome addresses I l.-nt automoblllng, I
SONNTAG the discomforting up. We have times when the states have invoked their 1372 to 1004 j j1904u
who desire to escape by Kev.V Kobertrrn i seen too many ;: :;ood tUhln.?, safe
cold, and
extremes of heat and >tlO. tln and many secre
and boarding houses NICHOLSONFEED and Rev. s. T. Baker on behalf of I power to control commerce these capitalists immediately become advocates -I ;
INVESTMENTDesirable their hotels ,icasant: drives. IF IN ANY WAYINTERESTED dent Roosev
are now receiving splendid patron AND LIVERY the BapLst: and A. M. E. churcnes of the exercise of federal power, and, on the other hand, when Vt from the most discriminatingclass address blrs.. M. M. Be- I t l located the large
f age STABLEAll and an become 1 IX PROPERTY IN
C I PANY of tourists. tftune on behalf of the educational the federal government has ineJ its power. they immediately i llot"l Ormond. and HKMi'ND OR ance society j jHe

The ocean itself, with its marvelous Orden Given re- CONVERTS TO THE DOCTRINE OF STATE RIGHTS. "i lf sser sister, the RMOND: BE.t. i{ was
: the
beach, hard as macadam and Prompt Attention msc.tution of the city, w.ch IT tton Inn. The HWill (Ice 1S:7. Ills

Locations in smooth as a floor, is the greatest attraction Careful Drivers police, and at ;J p. m., statistical This is human, I admit, but it i is not statesmanlike.WHEN .)ru'r occupies a P.ti.ines Prompt Your ton, secre
although earth, air sky f'amll1arwltb lWudsE.A.BRANCH will be taken
services This evening ,)'>sltlon overlooking .\ :
tt..ntlonJ C
of Presidenttratlon.
any part seem to have entered into a combi- up with the Home Mission( and THE FIRST TALK OF CONTROL WAS HEARD IT WAS the Halifax and
charm. the
SeabreezeOmees its I
nation to enhance every PREDICTIONS OF DISASTER TO THE h.- latter has as Its
The beach is the famous automobilerace i < lurch extension anniversary.tomorrow I I oat look the ma course where every world's Real Estate Agent I ; there will be devo i CORPORATIONS AND THAT RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION AND TRANSPORTATION prominentmonths
:kant beach and thebroad
: EvansTllle, straight-away record has been made Beach CottagesFITZGERALD. ! tonal exercises and a business ses-: DEVELOPMENT GENERALL WOULD BE SET BACK i i : Atlantic. JAS.J mm. old

i Bc-abrceze Indiana,,Florida and and all these records.it continues to a 1'1'.c111lt; ton and reception to Bishop tianiu I MANY YEARS IF LAWS FOR REGULATION OF THESE ENTER- I Betides the broad. ORMOND, FLA.Manufacturer City, where
hold without rivalry.The I moth beach threetr of ther's hom<
beach has a width of 300 to :: >n and conference at the Injustr PRISES WERE ENACTED. YET, IN SPITE OF SUCH LAWS, THERE .' drives for Pure
Home-Made of
used from two schoolli.Ie: the evt-ning will f be : years agt
500 feet and can SELDEN'SH HAD BEEN THE MOST WONDERFUL INCREASE IN RAILWAY CON- .':irr!..i{es: and natomohllei Mr Mono
I.Z. BURDICK hours after until two hours before I I e\'ototod to the anniversary of the around Or- GUAVA JELLY
high tide thus giving an average of ; YTO A BEACHDry Missions and Sunday STRUCTION AND THE MOST NOTABLE DEVELOPMENT OF ALL INDUSTRIES ; portation e\l
CONTRACTOR I oard of Foreign mond-drives to and MARMALADES
and BUILDER seven or eight hours for automobil- Goods, Shoes, School. I EVER KNOWN IN HISTORY. through, izrov>'., of TROPICAL ment by the]
OottagesaspecialtyEstl..atesfurnlTPd of each day. a month in,
I jug Seabreeze some part and D-wtoua Beach each 1en's Correct Devotional exercises: Situniuy !. What the American people have done i i.; to establish A POLICY i r i,!old I en oranges: ; PRESERVES the Califorcl
i Jrlve through
Wear ; trop- Special Attention to
All Work Guar have a permanent population of ap- morning will be followed by annn-er-i Family Orders long wagon
anteed.Seabreeze. Actos. from FOR TIlE CONTROL OF TRANSPORTATION LINES and great I 1..1 l forests to Hpan-
,Florida proximately 1500. Sanitary ordi- The F.ratlde Inn :-:try ()f Uoaian's Foreign and Home I t-h ruins; drives to niGHCBT AWABIM 'Tl. and oxen.Nebraska,
nances are strictly enforced, strees I I l'f:iiuf and board of education in the i aggregations of capital in corporate form. I maintain the wisdom and ; fh.' ancient ('auev .. 1':1 I".itlnv-Ilutran n- .-\m"rh-an: I::'. f

and sidewalks arc well kept, and for such reasonable control. *.' hunt by "I ia:..> XV..-t In.lU Kxp; ,1.I was to tie a
bin opened as fastas I evening.liie the necessity t jnn-I.h.lrl..t.Hl
streets ore :;
I ')f plant: rs of lon
i V..C.GRANT'pLUMBER A. VANDE fORD SUlld.. sers-tees. will incluue\ ; LOIlI-tll,. ; Purenaet BegBeginning
i the increasing population de I The people of this nation: many years ago; determined that uIlimi i :.>. and driy.w tot \:r II-..It tort t't.LotH'"
mands. Beside* hotels and boardinghouses II ('ontr.tt.tor for r'inday School at 1 5 a. m.; ('ont4'rlJm.e i '. plantations of ;
I ited combination of DANGEROUS TO THE INSTITUTIONS -:
WORK did capital was s.-ttler-l fire of the J
MASON h.-Dlt.ibl >
%\;ater. $te not a&dis there is am;le cottage f.vt Feast at 1" a. m.
i ( Kilting: 0111 KtudUonrret. + REPUBLIC.: work out w";n>s.' places are r-- In IS72 >I
modatisa fir .:.31 winter acco-J \Ii.ea: mug a<. 11 a. ra.H OF OUR They are now trying to ,
i !"
Purring 1'd. with th -Int.'r- { nd'an..t'nu'J'tyonc'
Phone 14V2K both tov.ns.All Std watla.. te.IAYTONA I :; P. in., there will be p"'t-.u-h- through the most conservative constitutional methodthe solution of : -t of southern jhUTlORANGES f dul

!il.AYTONA KKACII: the att"3Ct;Tencss of Seabreeze i. REAt'lI I .:i-: by the bishop and a grand riii! :. i ut4tnd! fiow.'rs.on fr.- i
eral rut
applies to l:i\tona Beach, the two i Kredauii Aid and Board o''- this question.Is of thetno-.tint -

tons kin> so similarly situated. I I onterence 'lament; in the eveiltng. that a CONCENTRATION OF FEDERAL POWER TO BE r> itln, of the..e and ward '1.ami
The less d"'i1d i cl Daytona Beach plantations l-t at the
has been tjlty(:' a> pheno'ninal: as its | : ltet..1.ira'.it] ,j> Mission SUle.l n.intecdent DEPLORED or the exercise of jurisdiction I in the highest form of !i li ..:dw.it.'rs of the Grapefruit :igen' f Peninsula & and Rev. A. Emanuel pas
l Ilrl\"tIDaytona sister on tin north, and each year ] i civil government ? The (people b 'liove that: if unlimited combinationand I II I H'ilifax and knowni Best Grown
tr'. dwrt.1.i
OATES ; 01 Svv.tr: Chapel :\i.) K. : :\toundcroIt;
Beach there is a substantial growth. The j jgreat I :I (trove on Rt.UIU5: -
Mod: i I'll ConxenieuKllt.'S sand: dunes have: been leveled --- I aggregation of wealth are permitted they will! control all induis- I I."u" of the finest tin' Autiiinolttle
<'<'!>. LAWYERSDaytona : The Air Brake. I or.in e!uroveson the] Kivnl: li")11bwNorth
KrUSOIlalle. and hai.dso .e I I I I K: .-t'o.itt of Klorl-
Contrary to the pMier.il Impression, I IMTKL UKMUKDBeed
Mrs. \\'. H. Freeman built for both winter and all-year- J and is amid
Proprietor I Fla. :> the air pressure u round occupancy. A \jr> tty surroundingsMoondgrove
Knox rn"
railroad: rars Iiitpli > i to hold the I ,
-- brakesbo-s: away from the car wheels. i its Uavtotci-Saint I : Iced Company' w

4 .**.***.**********.********.... . .. . . . . .####ti. The instant that the air (piv *:ure i* TO LIMIT! THE POWER OF AGGREGATE WEALTH. \l"UtIU''. road. RT'LOW P.toglc { t

: reen'ttil! the brake *h e Promptly executed at J against: the car x\L .*.K hrtnzlns: : the I Uenealogy. '
Quoth Santa C1 U!' I m getting fat.
Fine J Job b Printing] g car or tram tll a stop it i-t the releasing 1 So mary! :ar! deseendAl:, f .And though I'm nut a (..lliri.It Finely executed
;". .
Gazette News Office. : FY'om r. tw! e'''n'I'I..rlnl Norman
,.. of the :air or the f ass;.tro of the FPf'mq 1'1 :n+ it ,01l1.ln't h.. I think te!: 1 I'rson for this.;"'bt'nless Job Printing at f .
Would le the hpb'is girl.Cletetan
the '..ilMtli.it the! i
: air: through \ caiis 1.111 Wl; \Inrm.n: I :
-harper'aleekly. this office.
Y .fie.ee.1.i7FIl. IJtat*&.*YY Yxlif..XX.Jt.Xxy..IlYy.K .. MWW.W. .ww1 whistling nol heard uml>!r the cars! .t r..I..r I I


t ;: t i8 g W $ 4 i' il tW"r t i' Vrvfl I i 896+BBBQ 4QlSB tag8QSB6QB. \84 Sd i iiQ4 [si ft:4g4i4iq r' 4


[ Choice Port Orange River front Property

{ ; 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 coal ume l ,moperiod IO.I

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Improvements being made on all sides of property.Attractive i

Iron uinWhi'ehr. !
: .

Mr M",rt]

rontln o.allua .

.:M time opreSideti

i I,

.. tw -'O>:i N

second .'W..
[C0 I 0E I I ) [C-Ori. b O.JN I:) When tie|

flees the
l were $3i.O"jyearly "

i. 000 an ear nc

; I 13 12 11 10 9 8 Tl F In seven r

terms will be made o I I PRICES: thatIr It was

Lot 1 200x346 er his apt
i I ; to anyone buying to build on tan .if that rfift.it j

I any of these lots. Lots 3 and 4, 79x346'each, :: Santa J;.>

$%50 for both or $400 each. <<: Ing 'hacessu v <:

These prices will be maintained 3 ; 'I"J Ir
Lots 7 8 9 JO 11 each 8e.'r.*'<1'",
J 1 ,
for thirty days, but we a 1904Le!) t.

79x346 $300 each. :c.!'

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: ASSERTS CHICAGO RABBI. Major George O. Squier Has
II?LL X i Valuable! Corner

:I FELL TO MORTON Could Describe Women's Attire as Invented Multiple Telephone I

1 I Well as Fashion Expert. I I I II .. ..

Prop ORMOND in with meat I The prophet Isaiahwho lived 700 I r II I II i 1 you want one of the finest located i ;.

J Was Leader In Naval Railwayand years before the birth of Christ was. : *
I corners on Ridgewood avenue, large
i in the estimation of Rabbi Emil G.
Insurance Affairs ,'! HIrsch of Sinai temple. Chicago one grounds elegant buildings, price J
of the best society reporters that ever ;: I

IS8 IC J; .1 : existed. I : reasonable, apply to :
If the old log did !i And as to the manipulation of I

lot lurrlcunt"'ou'Unnc1. ;io out In the 1! ECONOMIC DETAIL HIS HOBBY. the eyebrow pencil, the application of : : '

!II" tb.'re. I the rabbit's foot that has l been dipped I I !
Thraoridhaselaehrrt I .
v l > no such coin.ortublr i, In the rouge pot and other little things :I i.i I i EDMONDSON & DONNELLY
winter I ; that go far In the toilet of the modern I II
jump ground us lie 1 I Headed Equitable Life After Legislative
I Ion* the shores Of i I woman Dr. IIIrsch believes that the I II I
h. Halifax : Exposures, Following Resignation I woman of the year 1911!> has not advanced I II :i :.................................................0.:

I-OWE FIsIERMAN. From Roosevelt's Cabinet-Was far beyond the Jewish woman
Central Figure In Freight Rebating I who lived seven centuries before the I I .......i.t.t.i.....i....... I.i.................K.=...
Charges Six Year Ago. dawn of the Christian era. I I i S r
)tR WKJTK ON TOMACON Dr. Hirsch asked. any of his: hear i :EThe HANDPROPERTY : : Do you want to buy or :
1 The career of Paul Morton who died ers who might; doubt his word to read I .

suddenly in a New York hotel recently the third chapter of Isaiah for verifl : : rent t property In :

i was divided Into three distinct pe- cation.
: Daytona? :
From I "In this chapter" said Dr. IIirsch, ;
TUORNTONORMOND riods of greatly varying lengths. i e . .

1872 to 1904 he was a railroad man. In19OH !i "you will find a description of a lady's a We have the cheapest o

secretary of the navy In President I I toilet which for detail: rivals the most : SILVER BEACH : i and the best. .
skillful society reporter's Information .
Roosevelt's cabinet and after that
INTERESTED president of the Equitable Life Assur I about Mix Newly Feathered or Mrs. e Extending from : $7,500 buys one of the best residence it.
I Xewly W(>(L The prophet describes
V PROPERTY IN I : : I Ave. Completely :
ance society.He River to Ocean : on Ridgewood -
minutely the box. the for
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furnished and located
[iRMONDBEAQKWill: was born In Detroit. May 22, the eyebrows and other minute details I I : on :
18:7. His father was J. Sterling Morton -; I corner lot. Call on .
' ot the toilet of the women of that af>.
t' Give Your .
[ Ruslnrfcs Prompt secretary of agriculture during And. from what I know. I do not I believe .

Attention President Cleveland's second administration -.': that In this regard; women of r. .. j: M. L. Waggoner :

the founder of Arbor day. Ills today have progressed much beyond : BINGUAM 5 TUOMPSON :
: of that time" ...r, i
mother was Miss Caroline Joy of a those rtI.I..u.a.e.l..i.iu.i.e : Office People's Slate Bank.fViiVfViVifV.V :
prominent Detroit family. When six ; The chapter In Isaiah to which Dr. i I Iw .

AS. CARNELL months old he was taken to Nebraska ', HIrsch referred contains the following ee.t.......a.............e

I ORMOND, FLA.Manufacturer City, where he remained on his fa passages: :

I of ther's homestead until he was sixteen In that day: the Lord will take away the i '
'ore Home-Made of age. bravery of their tinkling ornaments about Yoga; te : [ 1 rr C
Mr. Morton's connection with transportation : I their feet the, and pendants the cauls, and and the the crescents ;+.;.5:..':;:;, II ffsR illy T i
[UAYA V JELtY Y{ ; bracelets : I II
even antedated his employ and the mufflers; the head tires and the TITLE
MARMALADES AND ment by the Burlington]railroad at $16 ankle chains and the sashes and the perfume >: : [

TROPICAL a month, in 1872. In the old days of boxes and the amulets; the rings! !'. I ,
PRESERVES : the nose! Jewels the festal robes and the :
the California trail he, often watched
kpecUl Attention to mantles. and the shawls and the satchelsthe '
Family Orders long wagon trains, drawn by mules hand: mirrors and the tine linen and! :. !
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>IIOHKBT AW ABM ATIj'unAmerican and oxen go slowly by his fathers the turbar.s. and the xells b a% AND INSURANCE CO. I
1:>.- And It shall : k AtH :r
1 Nebraska farm. His first ambition come to pass that Instead! : I hE : ,
p.osltion1tufalnrt of sweet spices tht'reshall be rottenne-,
India Kx.i.1: was to be a wagon boss or stage driver.
J tlon-t'lMrh'Ot'n and Instead of a girdle a rope, and I instead -
|out-laau 1'un'hll"t"xrKhltlon. Began as Land Clerk. of well set hair baldness .ml. instead I ;: CONRAD BLOCK PHONE 128
: ; clerk in the land office -
Beginning as a ; branding Instead of beauty"If
of the railroad i
Burlington: systemin
that l n't society rl'portinzII: I I
1872, Mr. Morton rapidly !gained Dr. Ilirsch. "then I don't know what t
1vV to offer the
MOUND6R I advancement and when he was t"l'U'tyone is"BEAUFOF'IT ::5 e beg following ?

had become! the assistant! sren- eit' ;
p a,
Y from of
RANGESand eral freight: agent; of that lino. Afterward W our list
he liecatae its! ;general passenger! '

agent and Inter IN jreneril; : freight I = property: :=:
Waterway Fcr Small Vessels Past .
irapefruit- agent remaining: in the latter i LISt ..
Dreaded! Caps Hatteras. *
a. i a; o
Best Grown The I'entifo/t; rut his I.t.' 'ii irtui'lcompleted : \ -
: No. 124-$4.300 will furnished :
|ro,'"> on R t. _\U u- Vos-e's! tlri'V'i't'.t; ten teet buy ;
tine AutomobileUonU .. = house on Voiusia avenue four bedroom
r of through but!
M :Mlli'SNorth 9 A. water .an: now pass ; it.
of the anal is Win. ,; evened to t\vi-\t!' 'op.ru-it: : "Ym"r .'an Pre- sociatfon. tr and bath, five rooms on first a:

|INTEL[( OHMOND feet. It will enable xessels thtau:: : floor. m'IM T
0 r V.J.iU: liOIca-: : < ; : St.U'li l L..n: : ; !! t !! I: rtlo I
ed,, Knox: I'n'- ; Use it to pass down the coast I back ortIn'all.1 M I'nifed Statearniy has Invented multiple system of teler'hoiiri_ :; No. '0?-$ ?OO, five room furnish-
("ape' Hatteras. but it cannot : ,.
d Company' be fully utilized until the canals lead 1 lihieh.. it is j ,:ssible for two four or [perhaps a score ot I JKTSO'I-! I'"'r td i House one acre of land Holly Hm, ,

:rI.O\\; PotoillceFinely | < 'zh 4 totalk over the same wire at the same time.. without hiterferin:: I : fruit !tree. I
inj to the Elizabeth: river at Norfolk: : :
with one another or causing; auy mIx ill:.: in messages.: : ; : The system that laj..r I'' sty
Vt. have l been> eularpred.; No. 113-7 acres land, SCO orange,
:Squier: ) has: inveuterl is SOU\\! hat similar to that successfully used for some : a;
.\< a chain I is no stronger than itsweakost peach and persimmon trees, 6 room et,
executed I,, lil:k. so a waterway has no I years by telegraph lines. But! the ditticultfes of telephoning; have been" greater> II 55S dwelling, $2,003.

at greater cacti''ity thin: its !smallest! sec (than those of tele;:mphini: :. and efforts! to apply the principles( to the telephon: I :; R'K

this office. tlon. Thus tu; Ite-ufort: cut in the have heretofore proved unMi'tx,fut though many inventors have puzzledtheir S : No. 103-S30CO, five acre bearing

S absence, of a deeper waterway from brains! over it. :Major Siiuior in announcing; his success said: that: he had grove South Ridgewood. :::

solved the problem while working for the people and that the Invention belonged I.
Norfolk to the (cut i is not available for No. 10=--$7,500, new house on ::
/ vessels that cannot pass. through the: to the people and that he would not patent it with any view of gamins : .

Dismal swamp or the Chesapeake personal I proflt.: ...<,w..,;;r :.;..--*.-.'..<.--*."" ',. I : Ridsewooj avenue. s5r .. I

lA and .\II I'marle canals.: It is!
ed unfortunate that the entire line I Rosa Bonheur's Humble Lover. :: lots on South: Ridgewood.
could not have l Teen opened' at the i 1 When askMwh.i !sheli.td: % Lever mar :
1 No. 120- acres land, 100 :
same time, for the Ileaufort cut cannot I rittl l KO-.I I'.oniieiir! u'w.iys': : :answeredOM : orange

|jr; completely demonstrate Its I The Stoical Mountaineer Simply Answered "\ ..I>' ('\or tell!! in low Wit It lilt I r trees truck land, 5 room cottage ::;:

useulnes" ,t:>tC- ,;!w --' the Question. {I have never l een: T truly' I l"n'I! Morethan 1000. q
For stoical IndilTeretK-e and taclturnity. That It .mIt" useful t
even under one man.: however really worshijd t
No. 07-32.200, five room cottage : .
present conditions there can be littldoult slId: a young man fromKnovville. vueli :
her Hut she inspued deep rejiei't +
y Da r torn and Cypress streets, large
Tenn. whll3"; visiting; tnLouisville : .
mllI'Siwls: heretofore Untied !sl that no ni.in se >iii> to hnedar'slto l """III a;..
up in 1'imllco sound can I'nl't..1 I :a few days agog "I 1 never rexeal his feelings! / to her. There i i' i -:. let. 11III.;.

farther to the: south and return by the saw any one that could! equal: the I Kentucky i:1 einious example: ..f this fa -t. fa ken -T No. '09-$1.5CO, small bungalow, ::

same route, but larger craft cannot I iiiouiitiiiiieer from the buml'le walks! ..{ 1'1'' ... fIll West Magnolia, lot 50x150. almost :; ;
penetrate Albemarle and I1mli "Two >ears a;so I W90C camping: during .. I 'i
\several sou'ids! until the canals from the Kllza-: the: stuiiiner with ::1 puny( of voting 1.
llnllt' s '.r1ofur a w..rkillIIII: :& \\i.!
K'tti river are enlarger; Nor can the men ami women: m the mountains, I' ;: No. 110-$2000, truck farm, 7'! 2: q'r
"" I tliroii lMiit his lit' "' ;'otl: lii- ":::I\'ill'-
onmiep-e on:.itrifins: on the water I'urin: 'itir stay tlere: we, tie'nine III' I acres cleared! 2 acres tiled house a:
l'i: huxiit,; e'iur.ii'i's:: : : fir hei! I pl'ill"i ip! .i : cr
IMC M01UO-N. ways.'f North C 'ar"llna jot; a northern! quainte! wi'i': :an old mountaineeivboiii . ..... and barn. _n'a.,.
pfr-nires :ni-d! i 1'I..r.r'll'h.: t ::: .ifor\\ +*'lf
outlet in !Hrcer: : vessel:; until these : wa'leci: Sam: lie always ro.- 9r
until 181H). when he ensured; in the have been made.NINE ll\\< si'tlde: ! dw-I'n!: !>:4 wt-: :t (tci. |':"> to No 11 *-$9003, one of the best 1IIa
same improvements ferred to his wife as :Maria and rte'
coal and iron business I 'uuii4 the .. : tier kitMlne-. lie dnUd! hims,, ,-: holies :on Ridge.vood, furnished, large a _
fell: iit; til.s.ui habit car
period from IMHi' to is:*; lie was vi i> e m "the 'ar'I\"rI1:: :! ill t lo\'.- >iithMar. ;'
rOOKS WORTH 5230.000 "I.:.t \l'llrt..' returned to the slmeNave lot garage.: : aas
president of the I'olorado: Fuel! andIron The pcr" m li-ie 1"1'I ';" 'Ii t to

company and! president of tie! to camp. AH we were coin,= ii-|- 11.1. Itiu'ra"i' I 'I.-IIII-MII l.-r.ii: :
Whitebreast Fuel companx. Bibliophiles;: ; Figure Out Possible Value the mountain path: on our firM day out tell me '11'"' I lt.-s: 1 It"ilieiir "::.,,. ;aski-d l ?- tion beautifully furnished, large lot, ::

:Mr. Morton's natural bent for railroading of Two Foot Shelf.A we met But walking; along; a|I'(1 j C irentlm \ him why !hoe w .'is Ii..? tn.irti.il\. :hid! 1... 4t- modern 11 every way, garage, $11,CCO. ;
tWit foot booksijHf! containing: : the a deep tudy I i. : :"""III .,.
however was too strong : t replied) J l j akin:: lies the :sjmie <|U"stioa
nine 'lM .iks.! in the world would. 'Hello. SJim" we all I) called. 'Where's : No. 116-S2.0CO will buy a nice ; -
allow him to aliundon that Held at that rarest:! Henv..is her .insw _r: "\\V1Iir. ::' : :
cost alxtut .'":O.IMIt i ). av-cordins: to :Maria\ ?' . I home; five rooms and bath; hot III:;,
time. In isin' he t lieciime third vice : an estimite !< it is i not !>< < .iiise: I .1111 .111 eti.-m\.' I ,Lt-

president of the Santa Fe system and [1't'I'ptrt..l; by the Itibllophilcs association "She's eoniln' back there." he said of nesrriaCe: I 1'11' I :i-sim.1011. that I i i'caw and co'd w.ter; electric tights; corner ::;

two years later was promoted to l>e of New York. It would include dlrtvthu: hn thumb backward over his Lave n -ver l It'll' I tone!! t-. <-nastier| the I :,. lot. ,

second vice president. the follow! ,: volumes, which If shoulderVe I "Ubj..<-t." "R' III.ll-..etns of RfsaItonheur : :; !
When he entered the Santa Fe offices on the market: today would cost:: the "\ went on up the mountain path I: ." I No. 123-A bargain at $3,600, Palmetto .... lI

the system's annual earning prices !set d. wnGuttr.berK : and a short distance farther came ui"-ii avenue, 3 bedrooms, bath, completely II

were $34.HK.WO.) When he I left It the Uible. the first printed a party of mountaineers transporting :a Danny's Weakness. furnished, good condition. ::

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yearly earnings hud reached ffl-I.OtH- took .... .. .. r.o.ro) dead body in a rickety waguu; It wasa "Well. :\1issuslul3h:\ ., CM see be tb' Houses exactly alike in same row ,
Psalter t It 1407.>: : first book printed I
000, an increase of nearly 1K per cent with dUe: ..... 50.0UO/ funeral party. 1 Imagine: :: our surpri Papers: Itanll\"s' hem dischar;::eil from valued at 6500. !st: a
in seven years.It "Rece\Vfl of the history of Trvv." when we were informed that the deceased the! pinitiix-herx." observed Mrs.1 'I ::
A. 25 acres near city limits; 15
was concerning freight rebates Printed by William Caxton. the was Maria bam had not thought::: (Ih..l1an.
first took In the English language 40o) acres fenced and in cultivation; ; 6- ......
that Mr. Morton was criticised aft- it worth his pains to inform us that: "Yis. sighed:: Mrs. Mulcahy; "nannyniver .. ?
First edition of Chaucer's Canterbury .
er his appointment In 11(!04 as,; secretary -, TuUs." UTS; WOOD( Maria was dead when he stat": .! ..jJl could hould any k"md of a jot.: c-. room house and barns, $2CCO. :.3 I'I''Sla :

of the na\y. lie never denied !! First edition of Sir Thomas Malory's was 'comiu' dark there' t_ I -Il:1rl""I"s WeekljIF '. B. Lot on Ridgewood in Holly si

that rebates had been given by the "Le ;M-: >rte Arthur" .. 11'kt) -- =i: Hill. 150x309. $500. ...i,. 1t
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Santa Fe favored -
to shipi-ers. Justifying
eachus:k'tts." lots first book ..t I IM )
the action on the ground of ne"- laws printed, In America ... . :31.1tit C. 15 acre hammock grove; trees .

cessity.Mr. Bay Psalm Hook. 1G40. first b.'ok seven years old and in full bearing; I ;

:Morton served Just a year as printed In America .... . . U: ..00< it's a New Book a near railroad west of Kingston, $3OCO
First edition of Shakesjieare's "\'<'.- ::
lach secretary of the navy from July 1, 'I nua and AdonU"!:: .. ..... ..... . . . 10./Uo I it's a Souvenir Novelty D. PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL ::- I ISo
1904. to July 1. Ui:. While secretarybe Psalter of 1*.9. the best copy of I
advocated enlargement and increased which Is now owned by J. P. :Morgan : : it's something in Stationery and EngravingCALL ::tr FOR SALE ; CENTRALLY LOaZ a" :- lis! I ,

efficiency! of the navy and effected 11.9L : CATED: WELL FURNISEHD\ ; CAN A t. t'

Improvements! In methods of adminis SHOW PROFIT OF OVER $2,5CO 11III.;. 1 .


Became Insurance Head. I I :a.r TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS.- ::.. ;

I School For Locomotive Firemen In St. $13.000 ON EASY TERMS. I i
In June, 1905.{ Mr.\ :Morton\ tendered

his resignation as secretary of thenavy i school for Louis locomotive Soon.A firemen The H. & W. B. DREW CO. E. Small cottage on corner lot 0" :aSA: ,

to accept the presidency!: ( of the i ,
where lessons on smoke abatement will dge-vood: lot 100x150: fruit trees

;Metropolitan Street Hailfl all company.the ,i be taught; U to be established in St.I -- - --- --- -- well!! $800 on easy terms. : I '
control. of which had been acquired I
Louis officials of the various railroads 45-49 W. St. JacksonvilleAND tI
ed Thomas! F. Ryan but he never I with terminals iii StLouis! are Bay ? : ; fit 1

assumed the duties of ths.t i.osition a .
This was just after the insurance: investigation formulating plan: for thel'll..l! l == \Ve have some very attractive river front property *L>
The railroad companies' according to --A I :I

and the consequent reorganization I a boiler inspector: therv.: are re>i">iiMbe! YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTL\ :\ \ DSATISFACTORILY a,r in( Port Orange that can be sold on reasonable terms =:: I I ,
of the Equitable Life Assurance I ..
of the !smoke itt St : r
fur SO i'er cent : .
!society had just 1 begun: To Louis The ll.... Mou of the rallro!: .i 11 1 [ : and at low prices III : I, ,I '1 1 z..

.' Mr. I..rt"n.. who had come to :NewYork companies,. to even every effort! f r"- :-r- U.. e

to look over street" railro-ul matters : duce tills ponvntage: Is the ,1r..t: rl' j tp

was: tendered the chairmanship of suit of the efforts of the luti..m\ : \\9 9e have a general insurance agency and :, a
for Goods and Souvenirs
We'are Headquarters Alligator
the executive hoard of the Kniitable: 'rn.Hlt'N.. I : 1

Life which he accepted. Thus in four : can insure against almost everything except t :;
:i in China and Orangewood New and I
yean, he held four podtions of great Tobacco "Octapus In Moroco.
: frost and taxes. :
power any one of which! might; hare An International: group of bankers: I Exclusive'Novelties. = I ,
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been considered! the summit of an ordi- I hare formed :a combination to control i t 1 '

'!.. tary man's ambition. the !o :\('(output of Morocco. .... :/111fJifJfIf71111)515llSfllI1f2filillt)51315j1i1\
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Quality or I A y.iiwfARM'G. .1 .p : moderleast.


"H.-IU Mntlon"T>' and **olioo! !'iUPIU"", S *
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. T'W| 'ritfi-t. 'MH'ki-r\. c:liiswnv. i i'E HAVE A GOOD LINE OF
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PARASOLS GROCERIES. I'iitl.'rKi'hni T.ickUTo\- and .
: buying our : Notion-. . ,

o : Customers purchasing : : BARNES :. i Coats Coat Suits Skirts
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II to this You will need are .. .
: brought city. one. Perhaps : . \ amptiul' Tnil>'U.i .harp"11

: not today but soon, and it is better to buy while our : : the best in every line.SHEPPARD'S : U. ulino-t\.m' >-"w."II.I..th..rTu..l..an.1..mtiling. l : that i- out of l w r.li.ukIn pair: .r I SEE THEM BEFORE YOU BL;}'. ..I !
. fact lor .111" want call ou o
assortment is complete. Call and see them. : .. .. .

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CONVENTION | Opposite the Yacht Club I Ir: No, 237 North Beach St. Phone 55 :

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_ VOELCtfEL: PRESENTS Thursday and Friday Nights Fire Insurance >
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t MUSICAL COMEDY CO. in the Revised Musical SuccessAfrica" fOR OffICE. ,

Open Daily at 2:30:

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Mme. Sissieretta Jones, the Original Black Pattiand BALLOTJ I:I '--" ..;I.:!.jl'' -.-.:- ; ...
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"Jolly" John Larkins I \\.1111.) I'ltohaw.: the \\id''l\i I:j .V new eleitrt add:nom: IIKUM.IH. I or I -'<;** :: :O:: -" ,\?, -o ti

Supported by a Large Company of Colored EntertainersThe known: Baltti..t| min.ster; of .\tlantiUa I. th.! !iiuifrt aII rut'td (.ittern hi- )'IL-t LAW REQUIRES THAT PAPERS I 'I'

: ., will pivai-h at the (First Hapii, t :been ii-:,>ta.!led :at the MerchantHank. : EYES 6. ' u 'Ilf,

Musical Treat of the Season I Reserved: Seats at Hankius' I churl next Sunday morning at I Munlock I iiper>eedins! a hand powe MUST BE IN HANDS OF CITY I Cannon. tJt' t.)t> ceretnil/ > safeguarded

His subjectill be O"d: .t Machine: ot the: same ..t>.leThe : CLERK TEN DAYS BEFORE THE I for tilt j 'ILa\t" !but one pair to lasta '

r I 1 me Keliyron."FOR . IitetiiiM It tluuv! are indications ''ItOIU'
I next meeting of Abagail Ifcir- ELECTION. I of anything wrong with your child's !OrJU|

-f: "PASSION PLAY" I' SALE Launch XedaHne, 7's tholomew Chapter D. A. R., will beheld eyes brin him or her and I will fit mos i art
; Friday w the rail; day: on which and extelI i iI
by :n tj; ft., 10. h. p. Fay! & liowim en- at the home of Airs. t' A.I! candidates them! with Gtass.e; to correct the
tor city offices can file ,
t I: and|
AND LECTURE BY Sin*. lcVoonal 's boat 'ard.Ii.t! -* Young Dayton: Beach Wednesday : trouble. If mediial treatment i i3 nec- < -:
pt-ti4..oIIS with the city clerk the < io jior:
afternoon March 1 at ::3U o'clockA .
ejvHirWill I tell
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law calling for all petltions to be
Mis.I .1. H. Kind returned I prompt attendance i& de irtd. 1 ii ot
James S. Clark 'I \\Vd-j I filed it least 10 days before ill-- PI..t'-1 Dr. Neville H. Clark j iug; an efMs.
ne' > ev tiling from New York. ue-j tion.
i F01i > Sel
SLI.1Jy Ford runabout.F.
b little Zelda! ,
iomuamed Ginsberg
> I
XV. OPE. 2tV. Person -having ambitious to fill OptometristLook h" hiM" s.I .
r Friday Afternoon EveningSpecial who wtMit north with her to visit municipal offices must set their pe-j J ai:: f1I
and I her grandparents at Newark N. J.. I. for the Sign of the EYE.
\ XV. Stoiie,;, wife and daughter: titions with the required number ot j H.., {)"
and other relative theiv and in - 1,
1 Helen armed Tuesday,, ing fromIMiiadj.hia. names attached filed m tli-e i',tt j i ne psit
j Nework.. Zelda wanted
to see
l'aand are VisningMr clerk's office by Fmda.y for u nlrk
Matinee for School Childrenat :
!! T-IIOVV and her wish was gratified th..II'1
II I I Stones' brother. Fred Stones, names to be placed on the oft : t'a'ga
I 2:30 Admission lOc I and family on Vest Uelvie| avenue l>ali rt. The electionvi':| !I",, !hr, 'Ittl'ebruary / :
: p. m. "Lauiuh: / for sale. :2xl!* ft.; >S to 10i .
From this place they s ill h.The ,UMrtd
i' : glas: cabin ajjd fully 19'Now
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I so:: U> Titusville to vi i...-t }II'. Stcuv lietLtMOUi whim ha\- II-' --!t' :
: eltuipped.i $t-.o. (Jruber-Morris dock.
Rev tiled to this, time I loilonFwr I
lart.l1.t l and tits. VViii. Stonv.s.Mr. up are a 1It 1/ -
Evening Performance 7:00: and 9:00: m. ; 4$49-:(' ---
p. I -Dr. I :
I Stone was originally from Flord mayor G. .1. Kh.;< I

Ii : :a, but !for the past I 12 years, fits Henry T. Titus: K, XV HI-M-; \1. ., r1..
Prices 15c and 25c
I I.;. I F. Hough rt'turned"t'dnts I been in the employ of the John' H.$ II. Zuber and Ui i I.: Seaman: I IFor Locatedin r 1
aft moon from hits at I
Stetson:J company Philadelphia city cK-ik-.\. kfo' l I''T' Tuiiil'iill[ ba>. :JVIe.--.sit Hough and, ,, ,
Porier will i>' Kond:( 1 !hate the contract for Cite COB- I Our
4Pubhv .
stenographer, t
typewrfr, PON i iton.For I 1aI
i ,t tructani i : ot 11xro: > fee< of reinforced ,. "
translator> the Ridgeno-'d, phone !1- a -.t''or-ll.tl"l- I llarsd: ;Ill. >.
loi.-nte, sea wail lur Messrs.I'd IA" 48-:.t e()(dMakolui XX. \l Moore and !I't I F. Iald/!i, New Place :

1 .t: Lovejpv- at New Smyrna, upon ....
Fin colleetol-11' '
I II. Edt!I:"' t -i I I II
Surest for all.l I I. the will i begin work : .
Savings at oooe. It Heath, ot I'raubrook. ;aim .1.I 11'. liN: th. I'

1:, ii.U.h: : (Columbia and h.M sister. .Mrs Fur .Uderuifii-(;Uo. I F. Sni.'ii:::I, !1.\ I I
:' "' I 11 1 atOtmobile I for sale J. 11. inlloii. of London. Uutar.m. Fancy CeleryPhiladelphia
Sm.th.: (trt eleit.oiu E. T. 'o'l. l I.
: (( :' > "
< ', ,v. up-[to-ddte and fast, reason Canada, arrived Wednesday utlern . 1
I ,.
,. trt--d. etiutit E.: .1..Iil'I! !
XVc pay :special attention to :.anu.;' account and allow 4 per cent, < !r. t Roasting j r 'I''
'I 1 id! -> 'll'iu: :; am going abroad. 1:. D. n. and are visiting their lathe: It. W. , ,.
Rawhn.x. .J XV.mi/ I I.:
k compounded quarterly Place your money with u> where it will comeback I 'i : ? asI
\\ 1:1 ):"\1TuTh: tf VV. I II. Heath, and their: brotherV, Chickens .
I to you rich in increase. There is nothing risky or speculative about our Ii S. Hall and Simon Hex in.tunWHEVT : j 'a" -0'I .0t
I I II... heath, and launlv at holly Hill
business: Your here made. Cape Cod Cranberries
money money
V a NiM-ual meeting of Live Oak l i MI"*, Dillon has ben lure in evt-r--

('!haiitu'( '. \o. 1. Order of the Eat I .il! i)1..t: seasons and has uian \\a: III OPENS EASIER: Spring Ducks

PEOPLE'S STATE BANK i' 'i' St.ti. 1 held, Tuesday eteuiug.. Mi>. ii i ir>Mnis! a4, Holly Hill! but this :,; AH PROVISIONS ARE FIRM.CHK'xno M

t ,. It! i U I'.iluu'iwas initiated into the ""'., 11':4 tiivt vi i..ir. tt. the stare: ..uid'in Fancy Fruits and Vegetables
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. ,, I ; Ian .';-- XX :.L .1,;, ;, :,' J
1!I'.t !'t :' i'''; ot the order, following'u :,iiid! his\ btot'lier/ / hall 110, IIII'll"/; ; /r /
i I'('".>d l .III.1 1 -. I I' I.I ;' I \N !''p. t'I i-'n,,' \I. H. I' \ITEI: i;. I :ii !''i ieiiehmeiii& -> were served. :m< \,'ar.. :Ml. H..a tth l'4.JII.) : ':_-. a "-,1".< l' "j"I: i .d.;,'. 1\ i'1', 'i. .
\ i I. ,, I I'i.I i ut-! t. l U: -I- 111 V\ \11 i \\ 1t.t.I,,'\ I-.1 L. I q..t' tl! : '1' ,I'.t ... .. '
iUl.d a lal'ual tiiue cnjoyt'd.ot: \\nit.I I llai.: < ram h at Crtllt.ofOk.: : -
I ____ ::1.:. .t ,Id\ .: j ,! : ,
rtIIJf' I 1.1 d! u.:: the :lenient weather, I
' ,. -'!!'ull \LK-CMi of .. d.' !.. ,' ; .. : ' ; -
w.i" t , I .1 uiii'er: tit 11 i.itors.j 1 -.:Iti, 'Ii-! IIN.-s/ : :,11 h.tvTon.i |I.: ; p.piJiw '1.-

-- --- 1 '..:n-: .,' .t ..M: !. HP..x -'J,ij i .. .. ... COLD STORAGE CO.R.
Ik .
koC( )( j i I ""i( Mile at a bargain: reb.deiue on j 11.1 II.J.1 : .. p.I., :I ,, HIil l pL't'l lt !

'I.. 'I.: .Vv. 'inar ttderwutd..1u: .III... t-, tt-''tt,1, !I.. 111.1IIU' .'"\ : ,' ; ; i -.l D. JOHNSON, Mgr, ,.
IKW ; oj i: .-", \li-_ _V. N'. William-o'i! 4:;; :i.tl... _.l d 1_. Iit'i .. N Experience .

,'.. ,,
I--: \d inuM< I.. ':H'k".U'ilhFla, 1! ii-; : : n .1 i |1'.t.I ; :. t'.t

1 46-t : : :1 ':4 |lug' : 1 d:K II'M U .1:I -, .J :., t t't
: _. . Is neccessary in the
--- -- I ; I" : 4 1'1 lit "I 1 "h' i i ;! M., i !I"' I
I .1
! In. S. It. Rhode- and w'te ar \: :'1.. : tu.: '", ..t.1\ 1 1I 1\ __ i, .' I proper management of J

: r:wd from Hawks Park Wednesday I a grocery store and

and took poM it'-4>iull of their cottage i-"t MMu t-i: i -, \tertt ", .. i >'. I we I Yes
have the
experience. <
the Civ fal! I fneuter, \ -dt.
on Set'ond avenue, which the. purr \ 'IH 1! t

Hot "t.atli- II K>I> r i:,i:-i. .:. ?> .<,,' Ht! t..lt'llllJtr we keel: ) tH"rHLn: : -I chased receatly of Capt.V.. \V- I u. !ht The 1I".t. a ...:.h-i .i.-p"ir'ain h'. i

:aiL,',' ti.d Smith, through the Edmondssoa & I pitcher I Pom: th- !tnaiia'ineni! ., '
.11,1 ; sent I
t Know
L. 15. Statt>>ul ,aim w.ii ut .\'\\ Donnelly I waleceived Dl': \1. Sint: t'i-
at the Bee lLe.orh Beach St. 37U ageiu-y. fapt. Smith and
e-r. (Muo, are in the t'uy fur a- wife are at present ocfupyiiig hj.! :--tond. donated: by l. H. Rowe &. _1.\ .t lie

time ot'lIppi.ng: at Orange VilU. mother's house adjoining the property (t''n.. the jewelers "ei>t to Dr J./ MI I. I what need and ..,
uTwo tickets: to the Crystal: Theater I you !
sold on Second avenue. :f-rwon. This was a cut glass: vab>-.
Home cooking at Smith'" restaurant for tomorrow night will be have it in stock and
given The third, a silver drinking cup w, sreieived
113 N". leach street. Miss Emma Dittman if she will Reward of $25 for information as I. by Mrs. J. J. Bufftou; t'ifo'iith. -- the best of it is that Our Spring Oxfords -

call at the Daily Xe*s office. to the person or persons who broke a cut glass boa-bun d.>::1..il aWe
\V. .\. Wilcox, who has been in the arc light in front of the Crystal l i{I went to Charles Van Dorn. The I have just

the city on business: for several I Theater Wednesday night. II. T. j name of the recipient of the tiflhte : The Best I

days returned to Tomoka Cabin Reminds You oE the Florist Titus Manager. 4*-1ttlshup !I te ..iivmer a tea strainer w::1"shvt
Wednesday. J learned. These arrived both for c'of
I I I three souveti:'>
: J. \\". Hamilton I and wife of fhke; the first wore supplied by M-r. I is all we carry. It is Pres
FOR KENT-:223::: N. Uidiewuod Uo..tonlaSlli.: ., are the of T. ( of the
exaViolet guests 1 Tt.: ; Tonight and again; tonio-r-'W: only the satisfied cus gentlemen and
opp. The llennett. a roomu anti Uth A. Snider, hit ,
at bungalow on South i n'ht somtt"ry! .Jiterest.ng: p ," tomers we are looking I fully eqi
L garage. l-r-O.;: II. Y. StUimaa. r.'tf:: Ridgewood "
avenue having been met ,' work
Talcum tU'tb: of the' Elk convention at D- for.Lyfflall.
at DeLand ladies.
yesterday afternoon by tr it will be displayed; at the t'r\t..t. l l chemical
C. L. Parks i IS again: on duty at :Mr. Snider I I ,
i and escorted to th::s:>> cityn I busines-
Hankints" drug store, having returned I Powders : his automobile. Itiahop and Mie. : SENATOR ALDRICH BETTER: Ask |
U'ednt'bday evening from adays .seral y
: Hamilton L
be here during the HIS HEALTH IMPROVING.ttituxswil'i Grocery
visit to Augustine. .-nfeieni-t. ut the South Florida M;3S'JU Oa; Ian 2 t> "1"vI I HAM

-- :MtLli' i NL\ AlYoungs : of the M. E. church DOW in health of Senator .\11111: teas ,,:1'1' I

Cut flowers, ferns and bloomingpot i --son: at Stewart ChipH: Mdu.n.over I : , kvii' -..
: .t improvem-sT.t w.t" he r: Every Day is Bargain Day ,
plants at cottage east of. Des.Aland Pharmacy all.uh P.-: ..'-t i( f h j 1.1 i '.. : ,:. . ; .. .. It :, t".:d:,:"J f."! '-v f.. i Here. I \\ her!
hotel. 45 5* sJng.: : THE FOSTER CO.

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