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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 27, 1911
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00201
Source Institution: University of Florida
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+ + + LOW TICE; ON. THE BEACH .

.. THE WEATHER IN FLORIDA. + DAilY NEWS + Today . . . . . . 11:35 .t
DAYTONA
.. Fair tonight and Saturday; + THE +
Tomorrow" " " .. . 12 17 :
:. moderate variable winds mostly : :

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: "" + + Published Every Evening Except Sunday During December. January, February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort In Floods

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irts I ..'.?"., f Sixth Season-No. 49 DAYTONA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1911 15 Cents per Week-


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If WALLACE'S W. WRIGHT :: :: DBJOH\NNOVSI10SiniandS\MnRltM\ \' RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies. Stationery and Havana SmokersOnly

II First Avenue. Daytona, Ra.tir PRICES Books hrst quality well cured tobacco -
Art and Jewelry Store Painting Tw nt\ -'I' 'lur:" : \' roo".,. n'wl '
Co.rown. I Paper HangingDecorating I fuiii'!h!" d.r. l !tt!I' .I{ throu.'liou': with I I I l'i i.i|iu'.in<>n toTnnt You Klizht. GEO. H. CLARK I used.
exclusive line of new .. ..
I . Carries an all llO-("'t.i' nin- inThorough. I t I t', lt Yur.INN! 1-T-
I.J style Postcards and Daytona I'! ';1'1I1..j| imi' ':,,,it.u; _: riMiiilun xvonili Waterman Fountain Pens NewsPapers Vet Cave. Manufacturer!

-. View Books. 219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE tl.MM Phone, tilt K i.I i C.'ii-.iililn C. BOHANNON.'- 1\\. D. L. H. ROWE & CO. and Periodicals Daytona, Florida. -

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:. } /iO PATRIOTIC i REBELS GAIN BIG SUM !MUST ANSWER%

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... ; It Say Kiddo"Do DEMANDED fOR FORGERY


luce .... . I PROGRAM : IN STRENGTH i ;



... IN MEXICO. --- fOR GIRL1 HEAVYBONDS.I"

Vegetables .. t ; RfNDERfD. you know Monogram Oil is the highest .

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fresh grade Engine Oil ?

... j RECIPROCITY{ DAY AT : MORE I REGULARS CALLED OUT BEING HELD FOR RANSOM I ; fUTCH:[ AND IILLHEN[I I HELD{


& Son : \ 1 GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE CO."If FATHER FEARS FOUL PLAY : H JAIL AT GAINESVILLE.l

St. 'Phone 55 .: /Ii THE PALMETTO CLUB.C[ FOR DEFENSE OF CHIHUAHUA. You Don't Trade With Us We Both Lose Money." i


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1 1I. ALLEGED FORGERS ARRESTED I*
AFTERNOON IN CHARGE OF THE REBELS HAVE STRONGHOLD INS! -- FATHER OF DOROTHY ARNOLD

-I DAYTONA UNABLE TO GIVE
PFNERite 1. ORMOND V. I. A.-ADDRESS BY : THE MOUNTAINS, FROM WHICH AiEthCANV THE MISSING HEIRESS, RECEIVES -

RECIPROCITY BONDS AND ARE BEING HELDIN
REV. DR. CARVER, OF WORCESTER I: THEY SWOOP DOWN AND ROB LETTER DEMANDING I

anance THE TOWNS. I MUCH MONEY. : JAIL
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.'? TI IS KILLEDAT XE\V YORK. Jan. n-Letters dt.I I G}IXI-S"ILLE. Fla.. Jan. :27: -
[ Thursday v.va ; Reciprocity Day at KL PASO Texas Jan. : m% CANADA demanded under to jail under

the Palmetto club \\'':th the Ormond more regiments ot government UlIlI i -j ::--l.irins Don.thyrnold., the mi J:>sin;$! !

th Street \. of the program.The were cent north from the capital to i i- I bond of $:.uuo in each instance, tue
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charge ;
I I V. I..1. in i !heire-s: :, has been kidnapped i
singing ofmeril'a by the audience day to help protect the people ofi 'i.wo white men, Futch and I"lima u,
I hay'teen i'
held for
now being ransom!
1 1I opened the afternoon.Mrs. Chihuahua and Sonora against the; IS CEIBA !.ave been placed behind the bam: of
received by the siri't Caib/rr I
Thormon presidentof '!.Involution;>ls.Reports
:Macon
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he county jail to await: the spring
i u: wealthy importer-
the Ormond club was introducedby show the revolt is spreading I
II insurrewoaitiis. The farmer reported this fact to term: of the circuit court when they
The
V 1J club the and president resnoiidtd of with the u Palmetto short I who every are: strongly day. entrenched in the BIG INTERESTS I t [ [ WILL FIGHT DETAILS OF: THE BATTLE[ :the polii-e today and expressed th*' I Il.Jt'lid I will face a jury on the serious

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that the girl has met.
the
address referring trot t happ'.ly: to mountains swoop down on :barge of forgery. When County 1

the cordial relations existing between towns and siege all the rob arms the peo-l and I AGAINST I i, ITS RA TlnCA nOl REACH THE UMTEO U i STATE! ; foul play.i is more He said than the h'ru: .can aom pay demanded -. Judge Mason recieved fete evidence

Palmetto club and her ammunition they can.
the and Both letters vvt/ie! mailfti in this city.SCHENCK md called the attention of the de-
smaller s. ter. :Mrs. Shaw ha via y. pie of live JiLtick and provision*; ,
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the in charge, had arranged then retreat to the mountains.: : It TERMS OF PROPOSED AGREE THESE SHOW THAT GENERA --- -- 'endants to the seriousness: : of the
program
EYES it estimated. the Revolutionists now t jffense with which they are charged
and instructive entertainment i > JURY DISAGRES[
pleasing
a U.v I safeguarded Ii 1!A i ti most with Patr.ot.jiu: : as thetheme luive -t.tllIlI, t "old.ers; in the f.eld: MENT SENT TO CONGRESS BY GUERREA, GOVERNOR OF ; hey accepted the court's words with'

to last I I I II out manifesting the slighttt siga ot
IU pair I --- THE PRESIDENT AND AROUSES CEIBA, WAS ALSO KILLED I IN
I DISCHARGED BY THE JUDGE
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are indications sorry seemingly cou nt
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decorated a
The club hcut; was I
th your child'sr moist artistic manner both interior STEAK THIEF ENTERS STORM OF PROTESTS. THE ENGAGEMENT. I ourt's action, which provi
and I will fit : embellished with I heir; detention at the expense of
the and exterior being I WASHINGTON.. 27:! Therwill NEW ORLEANS. Jan. 27:! -Detaireceived STRAIN TLLLS ON ALL PARTIES .Vlacbua for the next four
o correct large and small flans of all nations WHILE FAMILY AWAY. : I II county
be no reciprocity agreementwith of the re.ent '
here today
eatment 13 nec- : nonths.
Old Glory predominating, and quantities I CONCERNED AND PLANS FOF
Canada at this session: of con- anl I Futch, who has suffered attack
Revolutionists an
and bamboo forming barJle between the I

toH.SQClark an of effective palmetto background.Miss i POLISHED MEMBER OF LIGHT grtrs and probably never under the the government soldiers when tht' RETRIAL ARE DELAYED. Ofs : if fever wan in the court room, and

terms: of the proposed agreementviit eeuied to be feeble. lIe took
high I : very
\ Sedweek. ot the Daytona FINGERED GENTRY VISITS tb by the president. town of i'eiba. Honduras was l'ap. THIS ACCOUNT. t
icngres-s
Our fery little interest in the cross-exam-!
gist : school, sang very sweetly : have been arrayed Lure by the insurrections: *!;. sho< \\ j
i Powerful mters'fe
Starry Plag," accompanied by )Irs.I I HOME OF J. D. MALEY AT DAYTONA and that Louis Beir. an Aiut-rica-n w. .: WHEELING.V. \\'. Va, Jan.' 27-Th* :uatfon of I'll man and appeared satsfied -
of the EYE. I against its ratification i with the confession of guilt
i Roxby. killed during the en asemeiH. jury in the case of Alra. Laura..
BEACH.A the conflict; involve features :as important : his
( delivered ]i m part.
The paper of the day was as tlu st' which characterized : General Guem-ra; : governor <01I : : Scheuck, charged wi ih attempting! tt,
1 W. II. Carr. the Eust.s; contractor.
by Mrs. Stiiupson. her subject being sneak thief: who CViba, who was commanding; tht.. f
Education." I gentleman i the long dispute over the I'aynetariff I I poison her husband reported positively ays he will prosecute:: I'lbuan in JUt<,
"Patriotic three languages, entered the garrison defending: the town Wt<1 I
speaks bil)
t history ol ; unable to agree late Thursday ourts of Lake county should he e-
She gave an exhaustive home of J. 1) Maley.: on Halifax avenue The agricultural interests' in the alto killed during the batnic.:
EDfcated : and it discharged ape conviction in Aku-hua con at y.Vs I I
Comprehensive afternoon wa.
!.i the American flag and a Daytona Beach Thurt.;day afternoon west and the fish interests in the The town i itS now entirely l in thE; the offense of forgery carries: t'

,... study of the usages of flags and about :'A:: o'clock, and succeeded east with a host of manufacturing interest control of the Revolutioni<;, tbgoverwuier : by Judge Jordan. I with i it sentence of several years tnth4. :

:$ pennants in the naval military and in taking a considerable amount' will fight: the ratification of !,: triH.ps having> fled fD. As a result of the severe: .il'ainof t i
.- >eiii'tenliarv.1 I llaiaa 11 nut tikey -
merchant-marine nerv ice. I of jewelry before being discovered. the b.tierlv. ward the (:,lI.i a I.I' I. the trial Prosecutor ihuidlauJudge ]
tivaty I .
to regain h.- libeitj: : for soaieGl -
Appropriate music was intersper I t Mr. and Mrs.: :\laleoh l.li gone for Jordan. and Attorney U'Hl'i11 ,
Ytru; '
\ sed one number being by two charming leaving one in- the front AMANDA REESE'S BODY are ill :and plans to continue th.It-. I
I a drive no HUFFNER GOES FREE MRS.
little people in costume retire, part of the residence except Mrs ; I'' CREMATED AT INDIANAPOLII. : gal battle are delayed on this < .1.1I I
anllt EVIDENCE WAS LACKING. I
senting the Goddess of Liberty Malay's maid a French girl. Tht I count. The d"'fenslba6 alreau.' PRELIMINARY-TOMORROWI I II I

Uncle Sam. I tht I \\-t'tIl.da morning the body <01I r made application for reduced bail for
girl heard a note; and going to bid. Hutlaer. the young white man. 1 :
The regular program dlt'W"J"ith ol I the late )11':'. Amanda Reese: o..i Mi*. Scbenck. I II !
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: upper floor saw a man in one brought bark front Miami by put} I CASE OF CHAS. HANLEY.[
ce the singing of the Star Spangled the rooms. He immediately bowed Sheriff Gore oa the charge of having -i taken :In Iudaaai; oli-s and creiuatt t
1 Banner bj the entire audience.Mrs. upon being rovered: and began entered tla,- Hendrix home on according to her dying request sag):,. i Schenck i i., I pn-jMnnj; to "u,. fur d.vurce .' ; -- /
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; Thompson then introduced! talking to the girl in English.! She Myrtle avenue cute time ago With II the <.*rawf( rdsville. (Ind.) .Journal i 0 f' on tin- tainur/ty ;uui-n:i l bj' I YOUNG MAN TO BE BROUGHT

. Dr. Garver, of Worcester, Mass who did not understand I I:: m so he then intent to toauuit a felony was givena January -". Airs. Ree-- died ItFriday 't : Daniel Phillips daring the trial Ju-tided. ,-.\

lery is also president of the School ol resoittd: to German; he did not I preliminary hearing before Justice' at her home north of Liade , : i HERE FROM 1 DELAND TO ANSWER

in that citj. He pad: a I leaving her husband. Uuvid .\ I
oastings Fine Arts seem to make himself: fully understood Titus Thursday morning. Airs lieudrix I i
CHARGEb OF BURGLARYAND
tribute to Daytona, i iL I I Reese, two soul and a daughter." St h..l'
glowing
in this tongue so be talked could not identity iluffner as I INDICTMENTS EXPECTED

women club and their artistic home. in FremU and gave the girl to understand the man the saw in the house and was! sixty'-two :>! ears of age. \11'' l I I THEFT. K

Inberries and to their enterprising::;. smaller sister thewrong I' other evidence: Huff- Reese Is hiui.cl! 1411 it- ill aad i i" u I l 6 ,
I that he had got into there beint; no
-the Onnond 1-. I..1. house. The sneak: thief was: ner was dis 'har t"tl.: txpeted: to live. FROJI 1 GRAND I JURY Y TODAY Y.t. Y., Oiarles Hualej.: : wl ho :, no\* it::i ,

cks A social hoar then followed de lie custody tit! S.'ie.-ul K I... Saiui.ii i
; hed that the girl 1------- -- -- -----
so polite aud pol*;' ----- -
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licious refreshments being serve until: : tiiil IH-JU ln-lij .I i. ta-. county jail at r#

regetablesINA la the tea room by the social com the did return not of suspect Airs. Maley his mission when K wadisl'overed : I \07 i Get the Saving Habi i t. MAYOR PLATT OF DANVILLE REFUSES : I iH-Laad. alit:[! Inboiu1; !!!n here touiorOA V

i. and I.lud f-,. .... .. to the .. of + '
i mitttte. :Madame! Rogers that several pieces of. i : to aa>ni< < harij"
.7'I TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS .
I f Sstt l presiding at the tea table. I "aluablei.t'rt' (!sI :!jiiralaiv( at tiie .\:Jvriluiid the.t t ot' tlI.
'
'. Mrs.: Stunpson presented a min jewelry and other I! ) Lav;! IIi'; t t"i .t n I.\ ,J.(;: .\101.\< . ,I tl. REGARDING HIS ELEC! .\I. 1 U. Aultai.ia:: I i.l.( l .. Hauly b .r

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missing. I '
<.ne pi.ik'i .- oit'ii "i"' liT "i till' i
iture silk flag to every lady present be. 's. .tixa'd: to have; rel'e'.ed!: a sjuesi
; The thief i is described a* II:: K
: .pur l (,i tilt u.oi.i: lit u 11.1!I- .\ oii vv.1.I 1..11
:\\It't>dames Mitchell: and II. Y about : feel 7 inches; tall; wei si.* J nr I TION. .(' :Mie hot-1 :.a: O.-i-eu of $20 in cash t }
the hostesses of tbet ; I think twice: belondrauini:; i>a jotbalaucv r I :ihii tale.; " vaketi and captur< d by tI
"- Stillman were iii: to 13:, pounds and hs about -I" I r S << in the batik The or'U I".\.N\lLLb.: i:. l Iln.: :J7: \!.tin; ,
GECO.N '
afternoon. ; '.L.: "': i I' >:ti II.L! tow a.
t >cars old; clean shaven and wore igray sure w iv" i<0 N.I\O 11101. 'r ;- bjd.'- !t.dtu.-n i suit; with black stripe.Jk _
) Mgr, i ; BLACK PATTI DRAWS : and hs: liiieu wa: .""" < iHt.-.tiii-: : :; .u :a i rt'..puns! .b.f ban: ; .i-:.|I.II..t! ..iIk'U.i" :: V ..t"h.. X. ALL STOCKS STRONG 9 I A
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well dressed:) "
Was; .
I '-. ihX; tht' 0:11v: : to i'.-t1L :t
THEATER '' i> / pl'|
CANADIAN PACIFIC
LED.
CROWDED u. rtf
A :) .
immaculate. ' + (pit I I.- oj J tli. t; t1a: -!ruudi.I.l *
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"\ : -< 'rt[ oIl( liiiuiiliu:: lime i: .> .1 Ii your IMK.! ..
1 Hack Patti and her musical comedj I 7 \ "T[ }I':1'.i: -ad : :1.1. >' : \KU: N.OKK. Jan.7: -Stoi k! c.vi :
It e'>. 11'r UKi.C t ,tll'nrf r: J Itt I
company played to the lamest audiqactj VALUABLE PROPERTY I I ,;/ t 1':." i oJ| 't tl-U' "t (Jr-rt.uli: ... , i I' ., f t b.i;:_ ieturn' (on .nttl! : !! mv. .-, 111"t: ..
4 ( ai the uc* .1 -jrd (II... , . .. '
: of the season CHANGES HANDS. T '.t' i.iim J. .> : u .II'!i< 114 uad r the k-ud>.I..11.1' o; >tau t
'"it! a sate d..l'i't..ry: t n--i' jn,I: I
} : Daytona Theater Thursday night I I I 1":1: :', tll" .I! tt ''II i ;u.t-: .. \\11.1:1: oj iii.j: .lrcAld -.1l1k.-,. t u..,,'! I. :, N,,
entirety valuable of Daytona: propePy Itetneml'erThe: I f i''t,.il \. .u eat i il fujidi and interest < a >.in: It .. .. t
its .
The company i is good in -j| A piece : .. :-Ld 1 : !t ji'\ t.-; liioi/I/ I!'''?' t ; ''''' i.i:<: :auvauced: 7-J a, a r.t> it ",:
excellent; th 1' changed hands Thursday', "twi.Cliarlei .l the first tlward< l jiertect, healtl t a rat lonaUbtvntvit'i: >.t!..J '
; the singing was step l : :." I iei.pro: .tv am--eJueui, ( >t'u' V
dancing good and the chorus stron;. j Host purchased of C. H: and increase'.I! vitality.: pr'vided ii i iis i1 t : banking. Put our iiionvj v\h.-r.- :it. FOG ALONG THE COAST .\ t- t1tt:.-t, aT ::IIr.: ." '" f.;'.. ;i.fJ.t :'i > #

to her uu3'Ii Hehue the parcel ot land. commonly. anti wholesome. will be soft and draw intr."t: wh.i: ,.. .. .. '
Black Patti was up ; I i absolutely pure I .: HINDERS THE VESSELSNEW \ "!J 1...::.t, stamlaru'.and. Jolly John Larkin:s ;i known as the circus: grounds and II I j Duality awl! purity are the most po_ you ltep. Cultivate! the -.-.tv.na; hatn I IV
i : YORK. .fan.; ;j7: -A !ii'.t- : -
just2> tltter\ the: title of the bes t : situated directly west of the P. E. tent factor of all goods sold here : your children: by opviungbavimjd a - -- --- ... _

L comedian of the! uesro: race Ie. Ily.I freight depot on Yolu>ia!: av- !: None l but the best are here at iricethat : account in ti,-.r narnTeach Pig; hill brew ,ii.tns.aer; 'li- >-n:,
*;.re northea-.t oast today and -a:t i CHURCH
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them to save their perirjivOne :
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euue.This ; I l"w
has frontage a
property f }
J I Beach Street I
[ring Ox- :; Ut.*> feet on Volusia avenue. runback th. bank. Prosperity; dat:'a in m t! with. ',, Daytona, Florida t
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4T the rLIl first dollar saved. The money. yo U.
; i ion or more feet along ; I : ; t
I
: CONRAD GROCER : ATLANTA MAN TO FLY : hooJ ti' *t>* biluLaxative : / ( if ift
road to the North canal and uu-luJe:; have Iliad in the past: you hatspent
just ; .
ACROSS THE ISTHMUS
aye eight; and one-half acre; of land. I I'' and somebody el.-e i>ut .t .n :

I has been used; for many yeaic: to the bank. bent let the oui-r fvl3-W .\TL.T..lall.: .'7-K (l'1 .: : I

both oren We carry the largest assortment cucua and tent show puiposea ann COMPANY save what you ear., \\''iy: 1)1.* pn It A *!a :t Kler.ot !1I.'Il'I j :lari"- ..-it .. VELVOI!

01! Prescription goods in this part I Ii bast' i I \ I l ',k') Try .r. . ;.
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iu> at oue time talked of as a : you own money i:1: 'i" >.t :> t. .t' tor Pa'tauj.t.! II. .il t': ; .

andRCO. i ::.. 01! the state and are therefore I' ball park but ns purchase could nol I II I if you have ut> '_'11'::' d!'..I1!:'ir U ?.v :il It -.!ipt t in, :n.::. ..i'!jo.--, rh-- l-*:I:1: ..a r-.i: ; It I' }

,t,! fully equipped to do Prescription l lit accomplished. Many private p.nU : PHONE. 61.Daytona. t l';,II t"d:iv ocean t'ot...-<4u. H ;

I work. Nothing but the very best .H have tried to buy the proper:!. :I t ,

./t chemicals used, and we know the from Mr- Ilelrne. but it remained IcMr. 'l' WHEAT SHADE LOWER; Liver Syrup '! i

i f business. : Kost to land the prize, and Ii.r .. Lodge MERCHANTSBANK PROVISIONS ARE FIRM I "
No. 1141 IU
1 for the I>rtti..n) t A PLEASANT. EFFECTIVE 1 I ;
Ask doctor he knows. -!'used to state I
your P 1:1: :, ltjot' ; I'LIo. :_:;-11't: ..: a -
do with L.s" p i:: B. P. 0. E. In
what he intend to >
VEGETABLE REMEDY FOR I ;
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: J HANKINS, The Druggist, ohae.l 1 Z Meets Every Tuesday '. "j"j t.' u . I,01 I I l r
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AT Tilt: FLAl'R -- - - f Evening. Visiting !' ... .. l .
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Jr. ( i 1 K.: ;" tryin: I ut .,I Op fi'.. Members IQv led. McBRIDE, Pre ldent v , e ,
O ., A. D. ... ,
Where Volusia Meets Beach. v T. E. Fitzgerald E. R. : '
new T.. .:. .. oceive.i TiU': :.. ? J. B CONRAD, Vice.President j ;
Cro Sec. \ .
; 5 Telephone 69 i I x Geo. F. cl. f. N. CONRAD Caihie. .
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.. THE UAYTONA DAILY NEWS' .
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-. V V OP FLORIDA -1 I

I r- GEO.WRAY I[ DELANO, THE ATHENS _

Dealer A I

PIANOS aDd the county seat of
I DELAND
4' 1\ ,
PLAYER PIANOS VOLUSIA Volusia County \ STETSON

A&T1r CODcert TUDer is situated. 23 miles southwest of

PIA OS FOR RE\T: 1 COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the lat UNIVERSITY

___ BANK ter city by an excellent hard-surface DELAS: D. FL.'-.
road recently constructed.At Four College. and A
DELA.ND, FLA. T..chnlcall-4chool..
DeLand is located the John B. Equipment cotln -

\ RM8R[ [ [ : I: $100,000Surplus Stetson University one of the lead Endowment* nearly Hu(WO.UOO, o.'

;......; Capital educational institutions of the Faculty of 49 Prossors -
-- WOMAN'SI $50,000A. ing r'- and instructors. -
a EXCHANGE South. Because of the interest in Christian The a

'. .- -. ; -'-- .;.. --- -: In Ila 'tona th/lt I'ani . D. 1'BRlDE., matters educational DeLand is knownas but nonfVctarUu'Tviurhlng.! large pa)

.- -. ,. ......; ....-. -, __ --..-- -=- '-, _._-' --.:' !wUhtlu.llt..tllrtl-ouppl th" Iltdl. President / "The Athens of Florida." For addrrss Information; TomokaPhtsu

I .. ";:- -':-;::':: .. -=:: :: nl I{ J. II.CONRAD.Vlc !- Stetson University has a faculty of Lincoln
; ' Hnlley
:.: '
:; % President
:: . (1u-I
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': _.. ..,_ t Wi '". .. V ? -V .. 'la "... ) and instructors. There Fh V., Lltt-ll.:
I -f, ,., I V -' '' _ ... '.- ., _' __ WOOD 50 professors LL. I).
;> "...,;.: .... .- ' *...SSZ... -;< "2. ...., ,.. It. A. and President and
I European 4.1.- .1-< rA.. ._' ,, -r ltfIt.'h._ _.,_. ":':' _.'t; _., :, iI -... _.... Ca! bl..rDREKAS\ are over $400,000 in buildings tag
v ""T-- ;
I Restaurant t equipment; nearly $300,000 endow-

I fact must be apparent to the most:;; ment a Carnegie Library alone representing Ms's -
DEMAREE.One """II ;
C.
L.
.1.......................... By superficial observer. With such lavlih : an investment in building J. f. ERINSAttorney who

: HATS :.1 of Daytona's crowning glories BUSINESS AND1 weiltli of natural beauty it became DEPARTMENTSTORE endowment and books, of more than school
No Thi
beacfc.
V incomparable toe
is her an easy thing foi the hand of $120,000. The library is the United indCounsellor

:: New Stock Just in at : one wh:;> haj ever set foot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS trntn: to gi"'e the finishing toucheswhich States Government depository for the **Now|

: Peck's Bargain House : smooth. packed sands; no one whoever I have wrought out the colors I "EVERYTfiING. Stat e'-of Florida and contains over5,000volumc& CherryOwing
its
ex-
bicycle over at Law
I pedaled a V and outlines of the big picture. TO EAT Science Hall, one
V : 112 South Beach Street. aprancing
drove
....JI pans ; no one who ever Man did all this in the laying out TO WEAR. 'of 'the newest of 16 buildings, with
..................... pair of horses and listened I IrL.1- '9'- TO USE'Handin
I of the streets with their wide marginsof -t its furnishings represents an outlayof Will Practlw !
IB
ssisii................... to tlie popping of their steel shoes .........ISISISISIiISISuIa parkage. The entire city becomesa Room, $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of State and theV ?
LUG WAR-CHINESE LAUNDRY : its asphaltum-like face; no one : |:
: upon park with driveways inter- Service beautiful buildings FrderalCourts Cheifabandoi
gre.it Elevator 5 the most college er
tit no. BRACH ST.. DAYTONA.' FLA. who ever steered a high-power automobile V : E. s. HALL; ::
Dress Shirts 12'Nlght: Hhirts 10. ts Pt tint;, miles upon miles of driveways ;Rest RoomG. "In-the South.1Thccity .
: White Shirts idlWoolen(' "Hhirts V* down the broad stretch ofi i _t *" *
Check Hhirts KjtTndershlrts' II. Architect and BuilderNo. : : *o good as to attract motor 5t.s has a population of about
sand COt:
\:
a Drawers K wave-washed and surf-packed A. DREKA: & 'DrVolusi
: Mhtrtco11aratt.3MockM.pkrp81r New Hhirts 3 .U bum: realized that it Js a world beater i: :. .aw Palmetto Ave. : from all over the continent. IIELAND.I FLA:_ t3SOOwith' a thickly settled country TlLAND: FLA.'j *|
Collars or Cuffs 2HandkcrcbIefLadles : \ 3 DeLand is five
'adjacent.
for
Go stand I : DAYTONA. FLORIDA. And as the paveniwits pavements proper
: clothes at corresponding priceH. a world-wonder. upon .
that look and act like granite miles east of the St. Johns River on
I I
ISS1.W.I.g.UISISISISUSI.
*BISRIUOISISISUSI ISI this wi.le speedway and see the happy :...i.a.isi.isisIsIsI.ISI.II.ISISI..R.ISUSI WRIGHT Mrs
where else] between the eastern rolling pine land of the
; the high,
souls flit by in joyous mood and Vo1usiaCouilty Mich.,
of and we->t.rn seas are 5(, many miles great "Orange Ridge" of Florida.
"answer whether; this is not one I I I I Mason
i I C. THOMPSON Agt. 5 the seven modern wonders. I I. UIU I in pronortion to inhabitants? The Abstracted,; ..The *predominating products are INSURANCE son unSouth

LAMB ENGINESHUPMOBILES : .[ e W. C. CHOWNING M. D.1: I pavement question staId with the oranges and grapefruit the estimatedcrop AGENCY 1'U
The Placid Pellucid Halifax River. i : I Fish rr.>'ld,Tit ,
Brt
: : General Medicine and : street as one of the chief drawing fury I>. Uimlts. .Hecntury from this vicinity being over

: Demonstration Given at Any Time. : Where think you is water with more! J: Obstetrics : (':\rds. Till some unheard of place I and Treus. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes, it

: PHONK : picturesque surroundings? Nearly a' : Office Hour>; t:5)tosul.: : ? to p.m. I reports more and better Daytona Abstracts Furnished peaches, pears, Japan persimmons DeLand Florida tin tt

.....B.B.B.Bfl.BB.l...... mile wide. fringed with tropical vegetation Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. : chrows down the gaurtlet to the I and Titles plums, pecans, guavas, strawberriesand (laS t'i'.

asisioi.i.i.i.i.u.isi.i.iaV artistic cottages with roomy : .I.IOIIIIuII SI.B B l isi I 1 world. Perfected i other fruits are grown in plenty.

verandas looking out upon her bosom ---- ------ -- - -- Squirrels, Flowers, Binds and Fruit. [I Insured In the way of public improvements OLDESTLARGEST Mrs
I and
JACOB ESPEDAHL f: gamey food fishes in countless numbers I ..U.I.ISU.ISI.USI.USISIIDR. Whatever one's shortcomings and { are many miles of fine shell roads an Thursdij

t Contractor and BuilderS beckoning as it were, to those : howeer indifferent or even callousone Maps. Pints and excellent high school electric lights 111 an;,
Designer and Craftsman UR J. E. RAWLINGSPhysician Blueprints .Suppli.dI'LANI' \h. :Mlue.l i iS
Bnperlntendt.Construction of BuildJngs. with rod and reelher; bosom flecked may be to many things: the mere a system of waterworks that is owned and BEST

.. .I'IIIn611nd on .Hhort Notice.DAYTON 1..I"'lItions. .. with duck and coot. and snowy-i and Surgeon me.nL.ca c.f flowers and squirrels PIE. and operated by the city, supplyingthe '

: A. FL4)RIIA.e5SI.U.ISISISI.ISI) : winged sea birds. which sit about as I : I..111"1o'tH: : K M'_\K' 1'I.At'K birds: and fruits" will send a thrill purest water at little cost

.ISISISI.IUUSI.isi.i.miU.pici.ii ;if for he sport: of bobbing upoa the I I'lioiu .itU..ISIII.IU.I that is reflected in dis'ended: pupils BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that For Florida

waves; watch that lubberly: oh! and pricked ears. DeLand is a church-going commu I is

white Leaded pelican: pouch a fat _-- ----- ----- --I.l.ISISII.I.USRIUS.S.SI.ISU.ISII-- - For e.'ery ,'is.tor'i a spare poor 1 nity. Baptists Episcopalians Methodists FARMS

: OSCAR MICHAEL : mullet. and that fish: hawk strirsi-'r-; !; I. : .-.. Lin-re is a bunny ready to com COMPANY (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVESTI

: CONTRACTORS IFilling upward with his floundering load he I : I I aid ai-i-ept your gift. lie will sit bolri I Manufacturers of Christians and Catholics, \BER orTRUCK 4' (uVt

and Grading : suau-hvd from the water. : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS :: i I !i'j relit and knaw into the: : meat LUMBER besides colored Baptists and Methodists -
,
: See the beautiful launches, spick ] I Civil EngineersDAYTONA m. j t '-astin-: ; rlltaucy g:alt.'elS at y..u LATH are represented. LANDS

.. Heavy Hauling a Specialty. USISRIUISISISI f :uid span, witfi: hampers and lcxktrsl.ulgiug i 1 .' ::II'.U\: '. h.le SHINGLESMOULDINGS i The graded school offers a ten S for RnriainSIi.eL I-li
FLA. \
.I........... : with refreshments both solid j : 1-10" 'r.;. Usually fresh: anti boo\I-! I and the building which : to, Gil
years' course
.
-
-- -_ '. -', -) .:iid liquid, ready for a cruise; upon th J t--t: ., i"-i. '' ; '' C. I' !.4: tli" year 'round you are renir 1I Ae'-tit-.: .... is newly furnished
'-!.! @O !'-!\!'-!(!)!; !\! I ) ;:" : : P:1lnts: I 1 it ocupics
; @ beautiful) surface. Take out your field; .......lSlSUSIUI6S1ICi I 'Ii i or'. liirid.sinith's couplet wh're t';'rutt Routing j throughout, and is cue of the most TilE GOULDfflflTIEN .
LELLADeVOY&CO.MILLINERY II;t. hall \'I1I'nt
'.ilaso and sweep the river from -- I -.ihi.iii: : snrng its earliest visit paw I Ei1oral1o: 1'111" r J commodious and best equipped public !
CO
Z Park ReIO5sIeISIOCOICO5I.. suaimer's blo. Oruioad bridge to Ponce I lingering
Sand Brick;.;. schools in the State. i.

VV Are Fall StylesNo. lisj'it: house then say whether tlio :I E. L. STEWART : I'.J are delayed. t'Ff01': FLA.J. The trip from Daytona to: DeLand I iI.ANI I'. FLA. '' 11
Showing :
Halifax iil1'a thing of beauty and 4 ;! i>, yid; : roses of varigated hue.-: I "- ,, ti..1", ,
and m nineover
i I Physician Surgeon is mauc cy auioruocnc'
8 Beach St.. Daytona. Fla. joy forever and of the modern :t .. >I t 11 .:edll"InH' ; another household has
a one |H 'tnt; .11' III-II? tl>ll-l !i- <. ; hour, and there arc many 0ii

\\.iai' ..i! j'e @:! (!( \. woud *.*;. :I t u KV.,:liii r.-siil K.-ir.: in--I'hro.it. Miiiiili-i. : :iinti I :No.-:i\. .t nil.u>!t'- 1 1I i pt-nchant for the poiatretta and tin tAMIS L & fiSH pretty an drives in the vicinity of the : THE ', F.it.

V V -.!.-.'.in. U: :"n"nire; aflame; another is hid Attorneys at Law county site. A good road leads to II GORDONOARAGE -
in jut Je ot"tall cane. Variety5 I
I V!'u a ,
V wood. .IUISISUSI.USUSUSU.U.1...i "ract"1; In ili DeLcon Springs five miles, a historic 'P0
V East Florida I
I the :spice of life and here is where Statv null F.I1"al .
i, I IIlidS''wocd lour:s : spot where 60,000 gallons of water 'nn'r'
) avenue [Is upon the crest' :>.ou find it. Special flu'IIIt1..s! for
: | Telephone Company I ISISISUUSISISUSISI R ISI In\"t'1t1fallnf und i bubble from the earth every minute. 'D ties;
j The birds flit in, and witlh their The
V of a broad ridge straight as the crow aI p"rf.'tlnlt lit its1iIVT.ANIl. I From DeLand automobiles go southto pi'ito

flies and the wide spreading branch i I DR. F. H. HOUGHTON ;joyous notes help to give fullness FI.-\ shell and DeLandHeadquarters
Osteen, 18 miles, on
; I Connections at Daytona
:, es of 'he! hcavy-trunked live oaks extend I I S Id symmetry to the picture. I crossed
is
marl roads; theSt.Johns by
V *|l for Long Distance Points their; giant arms across the magnit'iceut '' I' Dentist As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, STEWART[ & SLY I ferry near Osteen and cars can then for

: vsta, forming an arch and I I roitutn r.-i-k Block I SU L>u\toua ltlds: the palm to none for Isa.c A. Mt'wartEtzford continue to Sanford and Orlando by AutomobilesAGENT

I H. C. THOMPSON Mgr. from these extended arms great ft's'I 1'1110 It: \\'.--t Knd: south ltridgtU Sg tuality and quantity per acre. There I Ely hard road. There is a shell road FOR 1'

i'\X1.) toons of Spanish moss, sway as the 1 U, iiSa iii iSiii.iiaiiiii.i.iSi.i.i.iSi.iSiiSI.iS ..re scores of citrus grcves in prox- ll\ry 55.wartAttorneys at Law from DeLand to Orange City five Maxwell Tour-

V -- --- - trade winds from the tropic seas --- -- !inity: to the city branches becding ing Cars and
road from DeLand
Public miles, and a good
lu.d utliri"l
'!@! \! fan them. Looking straight ahead RunaboutsArthur
:ii> the ertb;: with their burdens of
down thi3 whi'te shell street hasthe :: T. K.: Flt/wniUl K.: .... ltttV_ : 1'f"I.'SD. FL.\ to Lake Helen a like distance. --
for
r H.:T. McCLELLANI one !hioious; gilden! globes, which I

impression of a fairy path with, : and all desirable
:: FITZGERALD&OATES : aut} proflicacy !I
V ; ->lf draperies but as move A.ERICKSON. BOND SANDSTONE E BRICK CO. (l. lI..mlln
astonish
I Mill Work sn you :: Attorneys and Counsellors at Law : 'nudities: would truly you. Royal V.HIUllUnHAMLIN

I 'long and cast an eye first to the SHial| FiifllltK :ior KMiinininK: The Fastest Autos and The Finest Mauufactun! rs
und IVrf.-tliii\ : I :.ml Titles 5
Write or ask him about anything; f 'right and then to the left you sedistinruis1ied & CO. Light Granite, Buff, Red anti
1B >
'I'lion
; unirtiiiCutiriKl Huilil.iig. : Out.
you want made oi wood Every- ; cottage homes in the' : Lirg- Ntix-k of Drab Brick
.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.BBi The -"Vti.th world wonder do yen Pianos Organs and ;
thing the best. most delightful settings. V L.irC't'atnriM, -i-r-s' Prompt Ship-
I I See tho glistening leaf of the grand -- -- ..:,i\.? l' 'nl"' whether from Missouri : : Sewing Machines in. U:'. \-1'" !:...., .. t ..id Prices" &
North Ridgewood Ave. Phone 123 ..\j' \,_ '. i\.. I\\-! .!'. \.e: ,!'.! '.!It ,!\. Kalaoiazoo 1'<,.v.lTIl: ot J-M-'OI\: ;.!,. LAKH: uii.KX.: :: r I 1.\.
Maine from HAMLIN
.
fra oT.mbiKto
magnolLi which nature has varnishedas i"I' 1'Kl.AM'. KI.ALLEN'S. \.
((0
'!. t\X\: ,. .....\\X!..J L no artists brush ever could; and t: DR. J. P. ESCH jnd; you will be "shown.'V I LAKE HELENS

- ------ --- I the with their burdens iitrts \\here the worlds record for
cabbige!; palms Physician and Surgeon Attorneysand
\ spei'd is br kt."n'i h every recurrrnie.tson. : I by several pretty lakes
fruit and swaying pal .1s;
:I MI'showy : |1"11111'111:1: l'n\ tillli, !h i ..noiithof
I PICI1ESQUE{ PORT ORANGE -_ Autos, the bir-.uest the IrstSt and guarded by lofty pin::: trees is
't Counsellorsat
see the lovely holly with its exquis- IV :M.l K: riuii.h.i : "tti.h..ur- : p.in. ,., I i iI. N- xt to l'u-oiTk-
I .. ,. 'iMitm. i vrv
I' '; t ; in. \
tttf lit :"-> ; see the climbing vines ) UK: vrii.p. I. ;iud the finest are on daily It1ud Lake Helen a winter resort of no Law
: ,
.
n'UT OKANiiK i- j I'm ri."t in the trees; see the cry I" ..ai.' *.!**'h* .(.I....... .>......... S .,*> 'oi'Hfl. .-:.ulu :: : the big s;il'0\\ is as frl':: :."I DRUGGISTSJE'ELERS little importance. Camp Cassadaga; ,

n pretty MMfvlllaue\ | PORT ORANGEHOUSE[ 'u ::iiiois: forms waich gain u foothold - 1.t': !tr.irr-: artesian uu't-r trOll tl,' i iliIOU a spiritualistic. camp-ground is situ 1'El.ASl' FL*. I

t-ltuated ttvf milnuthof .> | : .... . '.. .. ... .. ...... flowing: Wtlls.I It ; ated
I k>>>u tie great oaks and stately: I '! 'o (! t ); !ILADAS' ,!\ !u.d3: trf .s a 1y.L"I.I' ..\. near Lake Helen and at this

.. Ituytonu oil p.-i'lius.': and surely you will join in i .'uit: luiuus"; show with a i-otai.tl: ; > place several hundred people make
> X'-w 1 1i.
the l "jtonu- POOL PARLOR '
<:tnyrn" hard! .ur- I Ulie! du 'U.; and say that this is a <::u't.u.I :; scene.Eveything winter headquarters.. A large; lumber fOUNTAIN'S"D&L.
G. W. FisherDrug
T jf' road tinnl'"- S. Fred Cummings; world \\ender fur beauty. iI i.: NOW OPEN. : I goes from ahors.: mill and the largest brick plant in
; .
t f Ushwny of th,' 1-a..t: I power up to a :'I) )-hor t' power and! Co. the South are located Lake Helen. ) .\ D, FL.\
I'oifct. Th town ts Owner and Manager Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage t: Clean and Warm and
f iCl degrees of spet-d from a canteri
Drugs Stationery, ORANGE CITY
ltxd on th- Hall- I Homes. f:; A Good Place to Rest ( w.ll ClothingFurnishings
two-nule-a-niiiiUte dip'I'U
t : a Candies
,
fax Uh.t"r and 'tx Huyler's
t''nnt''to-d with th- No one of Daytona's attractions !:' Play Pool Now I niobably! catch the spirit: wn':: : o- Kodaks, Cigars: The principal attraction around

V Il"nloliullOpp6stt... PORT ORANGE I perhaps; commands more nearly universal .;L Checks Given '! Jo the roads and the beach are yours liRLANM.: FLA.A. Orange City is the many handsome Shoes

1-y m bridge. i; I The Klorida sunshine i is fre, the golden orange groves. The town is
BEACH attention and praise than does j Myrtle Ave. and Beach St. .
II
laid Th*out town and h11"ha' the artistic cottages.! The owners of i 'i\\! \.\!'\!....... '
many pretty homes. Lots for Sale. these charming villas hail from every : t>::-GS aid: squirrels: and flowers art i H. IOODALL purest in the world another attraction I ,

A large nunitor of Liberal Terms corner cl the country and they bring :...............'e....4.... i fr.. e. the: sparkling fountan water a- to visitors. It is at Orange City i

tourlits and wInterre.ddcnt Allowed for .-. and will have to dowi. The that passengers over the Florida East 1.1
: go
ou :
I architectural and >
( *make headqnrnrters !'ortIrkngt"wlntf."r IMPROVEMENTSOcean their build upon own them and. as plans the archi- ::\ When You Are Looking! for :t' 'MHO! your ssaUet only for (-(.in fi'- Leading Coast Ry. transier to carriages and I II

or River : Some One to Do. :. 1 'uio. and bed and: board GROCER drive to Deland. The town is surrounded
ent\ of theM I ectura of one section of the country :

'",,,ral uttrnctl.nlns FiSHINGI'On'nh' nt to Automobile -I differs from the architecture of an- : .. ', 1'hiss: : r: Dv.LA"II.I"L\
... the excll -nt Hatur: .iuiid I to cultivation of citrus fruits. I It !..' 1o. "'L..Kl iVtV
fl-hlne.: iridgt. I other so do our homes differ :n :i Electrical Work\ j: ht-v. It i U drawing other thouoal.t: : .----------- .. I
- ---- ---
.1 -
hort distance Apply: to outward appearance and structuralbeauty .r.d iM/d'ntr them enthralled :it \\

...k...j\st 3! Tort Orann"- WM. C. HOWES from one another. There art- : ,'!.ar'J: urd hold > 0C.mt.' .' and: 5Vp 't' I .......................................................

hr'- th' reiualivi of Port (Au'llt>r in>:e, Fla.: I no monotonous rows of strikingly ::I PHONE 14 :p "

:
!;.r mill a i.lao I : "From the Grove to the Table" THE DAILY NEWS
ti-nt IB visited .'V.-ry Port I \H'b)'. is treated to a kaleidoscopic :fFORLAW

j --ir hy hun,.lr,-il_ of Orange I change which keeps the mindwondering. :. .: INDIAN RIVER GRAPE .. ..

tt.urlst *>ne tlni,' Ot'STER.CO.[ 1 "What next?" : FRUIT AND ORANGES .

..!th..ountry w.t It is only the exterior 'f :: THE ELECTRICIAN. .
I no t manyof
II. LIUPt1NT
the Halifax.
.I l\' >rt Orang--. ur- : Gro"M' on o. some three whose
( irow.-r and Ihal.rOVSTERS persons :
th-'u. hoiiies which rivets attention
: Gives
roundlnt th- old i The fi-ieit quality of fruit for sale Away
andCLAMS : Best Prices Best Work ,:
1"a..t tll- \ ; ; w".h.c they are models of coneuivnce mentioned in the
mill: was : in sinoie boxes or car lots. Special : names were :
oane \ and the finishing and furnj : NORTH BEACH STREET
tltpo: rind sugar ; orders.
It. flrln.liptvtflnftM. : attention paid to filling
The mill i evidence of Every Day previous day's . :
Untatlon., j iShiug give the elegance ..lipipllHPIII ................. STEVENS : paper .
eitenHvely
-rated : _. &
was >|> and cultivation of those who worked -- - p'MUNROE .

In those early C. HOWES i it all out. Indeed, it is the interior .ISl.UUUIISUSI.......I p GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. C .
d.iys hut has been la U Four Tickets to the :
d.'kUfor! forty or Real Estate arrangement and artistic (furnisa/.u-: :j JOHN P POLLITZ : Office Next( to: toe! Ridgewood HoteLS : Crystal

n'ty yiMrs. Insurance and snndrng more than the exterior : Theatre and a Merchandise :

\ \t-ry interestingirlv i appearance that gives: a surpassing: U- C

< .- from 1'atv__ton" fSOTAKY l'llLI; | v.harm to Daytona homes. This feature : Suchard Chocolate S U !' ........... ....,.'.......'. ....... .. .!...!.. : Order for 25 cents on some C
i, l> (tcan l 'a.-li .
> y :
.
tit thi- upproai-li ot Tort Orange.! Ha. 1 justly merits prominence iis ;uotuer !:- : 5 and lOc Cakes : ;. GITTENS &: MESSING
local store. : : : : : : :
woni'er. ;
V .. .
ittt'ort t-raii--: I. \ VV .
.III.ISRI.SI.UIU.USUSIIII U *

<""1d'I!_"'. and:tirt"I t !hn!I' s. G. mm Streets and Pavements the Most S .I I I S I S I.U SI: : .--' (s\ Fresh Fish : C __ :== .CC

V --:tiJ throiiii! tz.! and Best. :: ItMcDonald's Boat Yard :! "V.-V:: Clams C C) C

..oiipal1 I--"I (II
/*.wl ih-aiV'* to t!t.ru. [GeneralMerchandise Why tbq Architect of the I"--- m Established: 1903 : : and Rose Bay Oysters : Watch for them---your name maybe :

;..- of t 11.. t'. -. chose to give: Daytona the rno-.t .-t : CHAS M MCDONALD, Propr: tor .
:: : :MarkM South! Beach Street
> n*t-.J oldn ; ii 1 I mirable. the most picturesque r.u.t.iil's : :: Railways Boats BUilt Repaired on next. :
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mill rt'turm.Iwytonn'vth.!': :. ,- of all the cities of the Soutii: : and Housed.IISIIISIsIeUIUSgsIsIIIa. : Phone 5 Prompt Delivery : : .
..1 1 Port Orange. FU.fWVWW. . .
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; iiI th.' mIHaud.: : .' L I I i Ls cot revealed but Chat such s .11 I !'!' !'!'. '!'!'il! !'!.'!'!'!:i !'!'!'!'!'! ........ C.4 ....... CC.......... C.CC...C ........ ...S

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: = ****......+....4**.e.....**............***.********** The American -

I The American baby Baby.has a fine, I PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA I .

I: |i TEN YEARS AGO. \ strong ancestry. The young men of

England! who were Impatient of religious
UNIVERSITY ciQII I : = i SMYRNA is situated fif-
restraint and of physical oppression -
DKLAND.: FLA. FROM THE CAZETTE-NEWS OF JANUARY 26, 1901. J ; the young men of Germany I NEW miles south of Daytona ORANGESIf

Four Colleges and 6 .***.*.**.*..******......*******.**.*..****.*.*****.* touched with the dream of democracy: I and is an ideal spot reached you.. want the
from surface road i --.t
Technical Kchools. I Daytona by a hard \'r> Orange
Equipment co*t. L. H. Thompson! a form-r: : L,atoa Charles L. Smith has sold his the pick of northern Europe. tb' winding through one of the most apply nt

J Endowment![ng nearly $400.Q). I I Lay, has returned from CaL, \\ iiereli hou-e at Seabreeze to R. W. Whin- strong the fair the self reliant, the I turesque parts of Florida. Pic-I Point Grovefor
>$ >
Faculty of 49 anoooo Pro.' .... HIS be"-ai: he G,).-c'i:_: aeat s.rvlce. -: fieof Fon du Lac, Ww.; conscientious English at bottom but With its ancient ruins dating t h..Kinllnnd In
Assort and In- ; with a dash of the best blood of other to a time when the history of man I tllluHjn'rOru.n ".
"roctors. I -
Christian steamer Cherokee carried a i races this la the American and runneth not. interlaced with wires I the I.--1 In the
but The baby
nO.1-Rf! > tarlan' -- : A lai-ern: which: Louis Sew ell. night ..ta(. .
Teachingaddress of excursionists: upon the no king and no lord ever had a better ....: !+: of the modern telegraph and telephone -I
large party SmI: ti Bros have: erd: lot
For Information a on watchman at the plant of the Da:'yoveity its miles of shell streets as e situated 11111.
: Tomoka river trip Thursday.: Halifax avenue to John Footer, of i na_\ works was carrying.j heritage. Take it as it goes, in Mas hard and smooth as a floor and over II from Daytona on
Lincoln Hulley I sachusetts. in Ohio. in Michigan; in the Daytona:" _w
Ph. D. Lett. Illinois, who will erect a residence: (Ja.j night exploded and lily: tace M. arched by hoary forest giants that I Sm>rna Road.
D..
L Phone 2S will call for your Washington In California, the average grew in stately grandeur during the !
D .o be used as a winter home. was quite: badly burned. Prices Moderate
PreeldenlJ. Ing and prising' tf clean-I I American baby has in It"t il more lapse of bygone;: centuries. New i
FERD
of the blood of the Plantagenets than
Mrs. I. M. Mabbetu the Smyrna is truly a place of romance I
will fill
We trust our readers will overlook NORDMANNProprietor
: :Milburn, of Port Orange, any king; now 'living: has. It was his I
M"*s May and rest
> )i
position .
J. I.T. ?PERKINS of teacher in the Seabreeze our somewhat "bottled" appearance -. fortune to have come from the daughter I
in the
who Is teaching public I
J I public schools made vacant by the this week but we are in- lines and the lines of the youngersons All nature here is very inviting toI
school at Blake, was a Daytona visitor I
resignation of Prof. Richardson. sralling!: our new type which will not from the elder son, whom the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here

Attorney andCounsellor Thursday:! afternoon. 'I I make ;;:he Gazette-News one of '..theI British custom has marked for thearictorrat.David R. 1 L [Y too is to be found the best fishing and
The county commissioners have: I Starr Jordan.
-*Now Is the time for plantingCherrY most modern newspapers: typo;raphiically : hunting in the state of Florida.

at Law Laurel live fence Box 89. I had the bridge repaired: oa the Or-I : published: in the State ofFlorida. 1 John Hrwt.Ui; of a young man: The people are thrifty, the business I
mond road and now hart'; i torce of !
4612ti :!. i formerly an actor, who married a men enterprising, and all unitein
I men at work on the road betwee widow, by whom he was In many the welcome hand of I
-- --- extending
I here and DeLanJ. The safe in the store of James j ways! reformed. Mr. Drew offered hima and
Will Practice In Owing to sickness at Mound Grove: I hospitality to strangers. There are
State anaFederal Francis, at Ur old, was robbed of cigar one day which he declined "I.IIBH'i
the Wednesday trips of the steam-1
five church edifices for white peopleand
James Carnell.! of Ormond, was $."0 Tuesday: anJ later Constable I II j ji saying.I "My wife gave up her weeds
er Cherokee to that place will l I number for the colored
CourtiPiLAND. elected grand master of the Grand i Priest arrested two negro boys :\lat.1] for me, and I..have given up mine for an equal
abandoned for the present.Dr. has excel-
lJe'l bar -\.rt.: .1I.lIn- -- population; the town an
Lodge of Masons of Florida at the!j thew Sawyer and Kirby! GrUby.: The!ii j
lent school.
public
high a splendid
annual meting held in Jacksonvillelast boys took the officer place and I
: TLA. J. C Herman, Osteopath 20 I i to the |I II library, aad up-to-date business

,Volusii Ave., Daytona, Phone 40. tf week. Mr. Carnell succeeds i where the money had been 'hidden: Fifty Years Ago Today. I houses I II
I Silas!: B. Wright, of DeLand, who .has I I and all but ($;9 l of the amount was 1

WRIGHTINSURANCE Mrs. H. L. Henderson, of Lansing,! served in that capacity( for the past: j recovered. The boys w ere held to I Jan. 27.A New I There are any number of pretty I

Mich., and Mrs. J. B. Dwinelle. of!I three years. th. cr.n.inul: court for trial. Springfield: (Ill) dispatch an- homes for the permanent population ,
__ .
r "' which numbers close to 2,000. and j
Mason. Mich., are located for the it'a.1 j nounced that President, Elect
son ta the Geo.H. Clark: building on'j' AN INSOLENT FOP. I Paternalism. In Groceries.Paternalism Lincoln would leave that city somevery fine winter residences. : STAHBANK r
with :i w'ult11'I'I.;: prn'titt'al :
AGENCY South Beach street. Feb. 11 and proceed to Wash There are good hotels and boardinghouses IIFJOH'i
I in certain New York groceries.' N "0 S{
Beau Brummel's Impertinence and I'
a .
ington by way of Cincinnati. where you can find accommodations -
I It U benevolent: paternalism though.
*If it is anythng! photographic w. ': Brewer's Tart Retort. II j "Ma waiits two pounds of sit.-Ir.; Buffalo. Albany Harrisburg and, F. to meet your requirements. NEW N [ SMYRNA f

DeLand, Florida have it. Lesesne the Eastman Ko- : Beau Itrumuiol. the famous English | said child! 'to ;a patriarch in the tra fop was as notorious for his insolence South Carolina adopted, the palmetto Pr. .td..ntiiio.
;
dak Dealer, 14 So. Beach St. 4tf: j I lie f'uhultt..l a calendar on the wall. section of vegetable land as can be
II I as for his fine feathers. At the (Pavilion Has:: as a state emblem. : : L. BRXNMNG I
I "I gtisyou'll Itetter take uah:1 found anywhere. This land has been
\i-.lliiT
OLDESTLA2OEST Mrs. l-:. K. Thurman arrivedThursday at Brighton, ho ordered the footman pound t".l.iy.: ::00 he *:ul. "ami j.i> kind; of $ divided into small farms which can <
to his snuS'box: into the Tw Years Today.The I Transacts
empty my-five Ago a
afternoon from Chicago: : slaw on tli.-it.' TIlt.! wed; is only Kaligl:1r' be bought at reasonable prices. Some ,
r Ill., and will be with :Mrs J.1.: I. and'' fire became u bishop had taken a hut j '11 ''I 1\',. :11-!:,''1.1 ly: eaten up! ministry uf Lord Sa lis- I the I General -
pinch untsk. .\ man whom he had of the finest celery grown in state ,
Miss May JoBe .. South Palmetto'' thrti'-f.uir'i-; \"":;r :.I.wau..t'; Tell bury ws: defeated in the BritNIi : Banking I
and BEST } on met at dinner onYml him a lift in his .... ,." I of Err: > is raised on this land. All other vegetables j i a
your i. i it :r s. p-iriiament: by a majority Business
for week
avenue a ten
or days. ; carriage to Lady ..Jersey's ball. "Thank The! l'I.ihl\ ;.fttt.li..1! to deliver the retort seventy-nine, a signal; for Premier all : I grow in abundance, and here |

you esretHliUKly.: aid the llt" lU. "l ut ,.:: Ii' -i I 1' : .: W. I*, Howes was in !nhe city: how to o': \"uuH.uh.l uot i' on Deposit
are
For ; .
you
Florida Th .i i. :: >: FARMS Thursday afternoon making necessary :: like to get tip behind and 1 cannot be k vp t'i.' .-.. ,. .I'i.; fn'ni running into '1\1.-"t iun.

: arrangement for the funeral of' seen in the same carriage with you." ii."at.affil' : l 1:1: s' ;vTier.. "1'1.. :systemIs -- --------- -- ----

GROVES his father W. C. Howes of Port He made no secret of his; humble birth e. 'ti! !::" ii in this! I nei::hltorh'M il. I d. 1--
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TIMBER or Orange, who died at St. Augustine: and when asktil about his parents declared it at ill-- ar.t.'ui.'rre'Iu: '-st. I'very: .1 1I'I' .......................*.**********4 *..*.*..*...*.*.+
that "the old creaturesboth "WitV'ittl hu< .........................
TRUCK Wednesday morning. i T'o'ur pay l.y w" :; sienilllirift| e
cut their throats years ago oat-, totals l :u nilin \tr.ivagant; R. H.
: MCDONALD :
LAND **Fla't' and cottage furnished to lug peas with a knife." of th'ir'u dej;'osit enough; mon.-y { The Joseph Zapf Co. :
"Send for Bargain Once at least Hrumniel met his with the miner :ul l butcher tu :>t't' the :
rtlaeet" tug rent on the beach. Halts moderate. MEATS :
:
match. lIe was playing' hazard; at family thronir'i: : the week.! They instruct .
Address Hilton. Daytona I: a'h. .' :
49.:
Brooks' when a well known ahh'rtnan. 11i' let rn one ovenlniw the J JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
THE GOULDWHEN : :
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Florida and Western i .
a brewer. was one of the party amount. mill except In iaN, >,where extra .
CO Bishop J. W. Hamilton of Boston "Come. Mashtub." aid Brummel.: who fo.nl is actually needul we stick to '. : The Choicest Steaks and .1 t Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor :

Mas., who with his wife: is a guestof was the caster '\\Jat's jour bet:" our eml of the 'tt.lraiu.-XI"\: ; YorkTimes. : i The Primest Roasts : house in Florida. Sole distributors for :
T. .\. Snider, while presiding over' Twenttie guineas." was the reply.: (I.I .1 I.1i. .

I 1'I\Xn. FI.A, the mission conference: being held "'\1'11. then hat, ett the major's. pc-ny." !!i.* TI Ii'plioii.uvrtiat, Cots want mid I \\v ** 'I Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer :

In Midway, will preach In the First'' said 1'ruuimel who proceeded to cast Considerate. I : willinlivor to ".' t that: you ii--t It. J I III

II THE 11 I. E. church of tills: city at 7Si:;:.. o'- '' and by u run of luck. won the stake Mrs. Benham You look mad.: I-II I'lion- rt::: : Special attention is called to the :
clock in ..t'ssluu. Pocketing: :
twelve times sui
Sundayening.
I I Benhaui I am mad. A man calledme : MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. ,,
GORDONGARAGE the money, he thanked the brewer and a born fool today. I POULTRY .
FOP PEXT: -Furnished residence'corner promised. that in future he would drinkno .
Sirs. Bl'uhun-You oucht! not to pet Th- :.irln! r\ou !I.':-vouronliT\ tli- *
I Kidgewood and Volusia one's::! porter but his. "1 wish, sir .. _.. i Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. :
avenues mad about' it. I think it wasery tt I I'i' i liar \n'I '!'l I 1"f ttliu! .
the brewer .thl t other .
The ; -isnt; rooms and bath. Apply replied blackguard in London would every tell me considerate in him to Maine it on your ,I.* t'i.'! i-lioi.- -t. 4* :..................................................4 ;
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.1I1 N0 0 NONOOa.f 0000000.00 0 THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Peninsula Variety !I ;..............................................., ....

evening! except Fan- i.
Published every i

I day, from December 1 to April 1, by Store iI I i WE SELL i

tI SHOES I THE GAZETTE-NEWS CO. I i
I DAYTONA BEACH FLA. : Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of .
Editor.C.
T. E. FITZGERALD, Exceptional l Monrv.as'1ng'ilurs 0

S. HARRIS, City Editor. in : lubricating oils on the market. 1 ..

Enamel Ware : .
You run absolutely no risk in buying your Shoes atANTHONY'S I HARRY L. ROOD. Adv. Manager :

GCO. F CROUCH. Superintendent. Japanese China
I I WE REPAIR 0e
where you will find a full line of up-to- Entered as second class matter Laces i

I date Footwear, all styles and prices to suit v December 1, 1910, at the po=-tofficeat Ribbons : Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. : .t Great 1 ,
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Daytona Florida, under Act of :
body.1 0
Opposite Webster'sGrocerY Store !, e .
March 3, 1879. .
ANTHONY BROS. Seabreeze Ave. I ..

L Central Auto Garage. i ..
Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes j *.****************************************************.* I .: Man


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Rail and .* OPPOSITE HOTEL CLARENDON, SEABREEZE, FLA. o S Toast Your Bread in 2 Minutes e

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ATLANTIC COAST LINE. 'HEAVY PENALTY FOR TAKING Jan. 27 In American History. e e ELECTRIC TOASTERS *

1851-.John James Audubon ornitholo- o.

Best-Service to' the East gist of worldwide eminence died; 0Z
FRUIT OR BLOOM I OF TREES. born 1750.IS91Jervis AND IRONS

Leave Jacksonville ............7JtOa.ni.: select
Palmetto Limited. Arrive Havannah.................H-ViH.iii. McEntee distinguished I _: *
Augusta................... ft.sop.m. painter, died; born 1828. help
DAILY. Carrying through: Coaches, Charleston ............... (:7 p.m. LAW PROVIDES A FINE AND IMPRISONMENT 1803 Hon. James Gillespie Blaine. a
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Klchmond .
4 tou.in. with
Etectric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room Washington: ::::::.::::: "J\tIa.tn.\ : FOR statesman and distinguished R- J. B. GARRISON The Electrician. Phone S
Sleepers Dining Cars. Jacksonville to "" Baltimore W. . ....... V.ltiu.m. TAKING publican leader died; born 1830. 71 : finest
Phlltd..lphI8..U.:5u.m.:
New York. \ Nt'work.:! ....-.'... ...... 1 50 p.m. FRUIT OR BLOOM FROM OR- 1910-Indictment of the New York e.asZ Me ...

New York and Florida Special. Daily Except Hundlt '. No.""s" ANGE TREES. World In the Panama libel case .................................................... Sn
Leave Jacksonville._............,.... ).)0 p.m. quashed In the United States cir
de Luxe.TbU
of this popular train
Inscription Havannnh ............. .. ....... S/w' cuit court In New York city. ?
train consists of Pullman bra wing p.m BOND
I! Room, Plate Room Sleeping, Illnlog und IiIwmryObBfrvation Charleston......... .............. ".:! p.m. James N. Gamble, who owns a LUMBER COMPANY !
ii cars, h-atrd by steam Arrive Richmond........................ Zmt9gnlp >} .
with the nw hl h-t-pe-d brakes,and ( Washington........,............io.S alms handsome winter home at Daytona ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. Manufacturers of 1.101S .
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lighted throughout by electric Baltimore .. ...... ll.t7 a.tn .
1 brilliantly
bt being provided for .ehch ".. West Philadelphia.......:. IM p.m. Beach, writes from Cincinnati, Ohio (From noon today to noon tomorrow.) | ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER :1

1Ierth.for ntfording reading at night perfect comfort In writing New Ma.,7th" York.A\e.Penn., sect K.Ht.It..... 8.56 p.m. that he is reliably. informed! that the Bun sets 5:07. rises 7:10; moon rises Laths. Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock ..
or
625 a. m.: 12:22: midnight! ; planet Mercury J ('lffi(.- and Yards,: .:Iut Coast Railway and Orange( Ave. 0L
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/Leave Jacksonville JU5a.ni oranges are rapidly disappearingfrom
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Florida and West Indian Limited. Arrive., Havannah................. I 1.10 pin: in conjunction with the moon: 5 'Phone 83. R. J. MALBY. Manager. ? .
Augusta .................. the trees on his place which the two bodies seen near each other .
DAILY. Carrying i Through Coaches.ElectricLighted (Charleston............... 5.4ft.50p.m.p.m. low In at I ....................................................: 0
Pullman Room Hichmond! ............... s I.IOIt.III. is located at the east end of the east daybreakMARLBOROUGH'S - - .
Drawing Washington....... ...... Miia.m. Co
i Steeping Cars Dining Cars. Jacksonville .. Baltimore.... ............10.112 a.m. South bridge parnies walking in and NOTE I oo0soo.Neeo..G..4............oN .
W. Phlludrlphla..1:"t!: I S
to New York. New York! ............... 1517'pin p.m., helping themselves.This .
A Scrap of Paper Treasured by the I .
Coast Line Florida Mail. Leave Jacksonville............. 7-15p.ni. is reprehensible I conduct on Great Duke's Heirs. I .
f Arrive Havannah.................I:!(i5n.n I .the part of the persons concerned. S
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches f i )) rhurieston................ !'..t ') A scrap ot paper that carries one i, Can You I r
and Electric-Li htf'd Drawing Room !"H. (' ........... .10.! 11.11I'1| . I It. I even it done through thoughtlessutwsby : back the White!
,. | w ihi'n"ton .... .......ILM to very atmosphere of a \ .
'. Sleeping Cars. Jacksonville to New .Ior.\\ ., Biitimore. ,../ ....... 1.la.lII.: .p.lII.! I visitors in the city, and probablybut great decisive battle In the world's !' v
'* . .... :.tnji.iii. te\v of them are aware that a j I The
Meal Htatlons.
Stops at Philadelphia. .:\\: lork: ................ 7.liu.m. i history is union:: the historical treasures ,> : Palm B-j
Local Sleeper Jacksonville to 5a.nnah. j heavy penalty attaches to mspai of
of r.Icntieim: House. Ui the Sew I Ie .
Best Trains to the West. I this character, the maximum being; a pa I
per are a dozen luie> w-riltbu-d in pen I 0S
fine of $:.0 and impriboameut for
I cil. TIt.'n' wn.tfii the mice
No 32. South Atlantic Limited :No.t: : O'" I i x.. three months for carrying away tin I Icy :...tilSteam
'I j : :!! II nil iiM! Montgomery Route :. t d'u: I of MarllMimu at Ih.: H>se ut tu.tleree .-
_, fruit or pails of the trtn-s \\IIt.t.
.. 1)1111I'1.\' (.,the penalty for malicious destruction i simple: Kirn-tac.: all day without fatigue? Foolish
8.15pm 1.\.JII.k..on\.lllt' Ar .J ; v : question .
Inn .1u.k..uJ\\.tllo.\r -:0I18m A' AOOtS
the tumult ol I. tilt- n.llii'.i
: was : !
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6Jf1sin \tlllntu. Lv 1''' "; ''. .
\1\ pin s 11111I \r ytonttuuu'ry/ .1.\ n.:: tpnt of orange; trees ii-; still heavier.
fI.40 1.116&pin.., \r Ar. ludtanitxdl..l.uul.\.IIIo..+..... 1.\1.\' "1.1111111I',.tOIlIll ,i I.HI'III'....IIIIIII.\r Ar ii XII..h\'IIIo'rnYngbao.l.s. 1.\ :1.,111'11I M.2: [ Many persons. ordinarily ro'isid-! I westward. wlMTe Fr.nu" l..n.i : isn't it? i\o it's not for it means, do you i ..
'/l11I rians ure in di..r..I'I! rerre.it. \\ itliMarllMiroimli
... . ". .. i >
8.45 .C .1.\ IIIIII I.1; .. .. .
pmr. inn \r. 1-\1111.\111.:
7.108111 Ar .. ... t'hleas I.ndnnatl o.... ..1.\', gse 1 nn i 7.ieum \r ...vt.luui. ......1.\.1.:1.1"11111. vopm, I erect hottest do not ties.U-te: to eiu *r : s t'a\alr>' rutinu !i'rt''j.\ or do you not use \Vestinghouse Sewing .
1.ivan: .. .t.hlt-lILo.\ ".:.''' 1'11I pr \'a&- property and help I[ themselves : in tier! i" -ar. Tlie !'oh'IN---|
I to truit or lower, forgetting the iii.r<*li.plain sere :stre'tvtawith : Machine Motor? S.

No. 91. Dixie Flyer Route I Nra t''. I, No. I h'. I Seminole Limited No !H. I in their! egotism that a continual., "-'.UClU killed. lad \\1I1I1.It..1.! j .

_: I ___ repetition of the same by (.hers of' )Hut 1IilrI..a..ub.! ; uith Hi- .*:\t'-ie : With it, you cannot only sew all day ..

8,45 pm 1.\' IIk..un"IlIo.: .. Ar I'-'IIIII' I relnjtii ::1.\ .JII'.k..UIU.III.r 7rcitn, like mind and easy conscience leads'I' Went cf the ;great ft,:.n yt strut:* I r
...
lO.5pm Ar.\II\.t.rto." .Lv' ).III nice lu.lSpw .1r. "\\'II ('ro.1. ...Ix ::\.e'.' without fatigue, but can sew II : '
nut you a greatdeal I
", within hits
7ra"+mAr..AnaUt.; ..Lv'e.tCpm; :!.: ''IIIII Ar.... .:!:;" to the destruction of much prupert..1amI it. iiniUnl up Horse un me .1
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8.flipm.\r. .lIn.\.l1h. 1.\ II.leeanl: .\r. .Birlllhlgllltm..J.\.1 of the liitle i lc :
.FIIIIII : liridges iheSchwanltucb
n!> acniss
tI Il.flt an, Ar.... .Lhll'lIn.! .1.\' ti.:."!tpin I :.I.)uIIIIAr ......(.hkll/o .... 1 n.I 'tier"..ttll'lII. ronsequtMt logy ta the owner.F. : more than you can by pedaling. What ,
a 7Jl18111 Ar......Nt.l.ouis..... 1.\ "'..)oJ 11111 7.'U one Ar..Nt./ !.ullis........\' ::"pntJ :1I.d J H.-riUbUHl these dozen i .
.A. MANN AGAIN IN liiii-s to tii.i wife in mdnu to tell t th I do you suppose the absence of fatigue costs 0. ,
For Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or WriteA. 'r of the great event. i( .

W. FRITOT Division Pass. Att. W. D. STARK Traveling Pass At. THE EDITORIAL CHAIR'I ApiKiienily( the duke l orrowcl the i in the current taken by the motor? Only a I! e. 1 1N

STRtET . F'.1. )Mann who founded scrap tlf pajMT fnnu some member of ;
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WEST BAY
- - JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Gazette and .Journal of this city is hi* staff fur till the ha'k tit It are the half a cent an hour. 0"s

again ill editorial harness, this timein I fadttl item of a tavern bill. He used:; i I II .e
j the |Kira|"ft of the bridge; for a writing; .
i Santa ,
V-UllPO Barbara
county ,
1 Seminole Limited I Steamers U.S.A.Constitution. I de>k. He h:eI t>een M-VfiittH-ii hours in 111.1....j
Calilornia. )Ir. Mann went to Loinpoc -}
i the saddle unst'ef that time riding in i

'f SOLID TRAIN i AND assist from his this, place ,last spring to';,!, the very heart of '.I1t' of the greatest I The Schantz Electric Iceland .......j
Electric Lighted Throughout. =-=-_:: s-oii Horace who was iuj) battles in all hNtory. get the lettersare ell ellI .
ill; health in the editorial work oni I linn in %lii|'e. a c-urious testimony ..

,kOtS'pq are now running between the Lompoc Record, an od: estate i to that serenely" unshakable tt'mpc'ra- .

lished weekly paper) and since the i) inoiit that wa 11rrllJuruub's most I Water Co. ..

I DAYTONA arid death of his *on, which occurred recently striking; t'hal"l..tt.'fistic.ew York .

Mr. Mann h..t, assumed the I Herald.! ......e.....see............................e..... cSoataeeaaaBaaiBaaaeaeeaaaaaaiaaeaaaaaaaaeaaeaauaai'aeao .
f PALM BEACH 0S
Op0 I. editorial mantel, in tho successful' .
t Ri conduct of which he has the good Cutting Up Old Furs. .

CIfICAGO ol LOUIS i : Leaving- Daytona Saturdays and wishes of many old friendsin. thiscity I I furs There with ikwu'li a. un-li all(of w cutting.uieu arc up n old'>II i iI ... I IPalme
and virilityMrs. Mann i is w.th
\' Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. familiar. The! pelt li"iiki l lee turn.',j iSouthern S
AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. i bound South. him in l'ali''ofniaPREACHING; I II I wrong; side I:" :11I.1| the skin .l
Ol)vr\ution. CoinpartiiKT.t and s-! pInyrnr. i Leaving Palm Beach i 1 carefully t'IU with a sharp 1 -''knifE'. .
Individual' 'U rth II tit-. Fr. .' Saturdays AT THECHRISTIAN .
'I : : :. ;: the Made Is'ic I1itiic: the kin oiil.v" i I
lteclt?Inc'hairt'iu.,. Inanle'sr. i i and Tuesdays at 9:00: a. m. :NORTH EAST AND: WEST
1.JII'k"UII'III. s-m: p III.\ CHURCH. Dud u'.t t.'tI. hir::.': Ih! l-iiii: hairs. 4 'ui- SS
Ar. ('hlca!:o. ;::1:, a. 111. I I bound North. .... ,,
i i Ar. Ht. l.oul-.. ting fur \\ illt 'i"i < ile:>tr >'s the
7.-I'a.; III.t | > (Ile.1. II. GUIiland. of Hloominu-:
I I Forst. i'piiiL.: ..:.11i..r. ....i\atltoll..autll'all-! l nniv .ori: I I'o'kiREPUBL tN'Iuty oi tii.,. |.iir :1:111: l wastes much of 14 41 r 0
road tlckt"tsad.l;..-> I ton, 111., will preach at the} Christian, == Fast Vestibule Trains Daily == i iI ]
II. t 'ANT\VKI.U: t the |114.lt that .milt io >uvetl by the .
ig Florida .. church Sunday morning at II o' . .
I'n.:1.: .lin-kvOn\ill.- I IC penknife pro ->s.t I 0"r S
.. clock. The subject will b_' ".\ Hational -: i .....1.I
I i View of Christianity." .Mr. Rasped.
7E u ill: i'mi l t. 1N. IIDAYTONA Uilhlaad has been a pastor in'' "Do you shave yourself very clo e?" i JACKSOXVILLE"The
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(r 01] AND Bloomington for nearly ;3 yearn andis said the IIJrt..r."Slit .1.11115S 1


i i The Attractive Way 0 ST. AUGUSTINEEarl in F<'liruarv in one the of state the of best Illinois.known You preacheis an1mosst I ally leave very enough:' said the skin victim.t<. fasten: "I u the>u- I Florida Special" - - - 7:40: a. m. J I[ ...

court plaster on. but of course you .
I tordially invited to briny \i>ur'' didn't know that before pHI ter' :anEXl' ."- :"The: Southern's Southeastern Limited" 9:00: a. m. !I! S

McCOY tru"idand attend t tins nr\ i i. f. I .
BROTHERS "The Florida Limited" SitiOcean
al1c.STEAMER'SWAN .
North and West g:05: p. m. : ,

I O .......................... I "The Atlanta-Jacksonville Special" 8:50: p. m. I J J .. are 1 larvice
iNaoeNNeiieeiN eeeeNeN......eeNO.e.N...... is
South Atlantic Limited __
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Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. I I I Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars to Atlanta, Ashville Cincinnati I
II A solid through train daily : Uncle Sam
: anCherokee : | Chicago. Cleveland Colorado Springs, DdroitLoaSVilie and New York. J \
For Cincinnati & Louisville .1 I i
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Through electric lighted sleepersTo i .I LENGTH ..
150
0 1 FEET-281 TONS.
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Indianapolis & Grand Rapids Jo"'HTIIEF.\\14"-' : : "; I I SOUTHERN RAILWAY DINING CARS I .S TH1o

: I With excellent accommodations and service lighted : .
by -
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Dixie Flyer !! Tomoka ii! I electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passengers : i I I ai Fresh we

- 0o 1 is now being operated betweenDAYTONA I City Ticket Office. 108 West Bay Street. Jacksonville. Florida .

Leaves Jacksonville 8:25 pm. : : I i 0S
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11 A solid through train daily 'i I' 1.. 1' : : .. i i' .. I:,. /ri.iift/. ..1f1.i
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For
ChicagoMontgomery .... ................. ee 4 eeoI


Route o .: Every Tuesday and Saturdayjin ?. I PALM BEACH I - ---..-.--.-.---.-.-.-............. .. -n- --- f.o...

o *. January. .i* : i..e. : : I
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Ii Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pin. I 1I. I : ,. Si
daily .1 I ,.. '!Z '. .. I. I". I ..F II! t. Lu'. .
Drawing room sleeper -- . "' .! :'
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& St. Louis k ss ..i r r t':. ,. .., i America!
For Evansville J;; ':' ) 1 : ""II" ,1\ I" 0
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1 and Intermediate Points the )Ff" :r"i" T.\ -
Ii through Picturesque Halifax '. > .
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Dining Cars on all trains NLETAN f and Indian River Route. I II. t '.,/.r .rrti.. !. ,. j/t ;? .ij...''. .It I, -" .".... ..! '"...I ,",,"' : I.. i .
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I I For full particulars addressT. I Leave Daytona Thursdays 8:00 .. t'r", .2 t/ !( 110# "." '.", .". ,-
: a. m. :: !fJ !: J. .I l "''' ''' .Jilt II ,. .
WALKER, Fla. Pass. Agent Leave Palm Beach Mondays d III't.. '.;". tor..) t..; ...:\, :'. . I. .
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8:00
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: Louisvilie&NashvilleRailroad : CI I'J, ...1.0.-- .. R'l ,

I : Every Monday and Friday .* : MR. FOSTER' f C I!:" ... -.. -.---; ....',.---.<:-'....--,,-' : -_""_, . .. "".' .." :0
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JACKSONVILLE: Q J Leaves Ferry Dock at 9 a. m. : i
118W. Bay Su : : OPERATED BY THE GULF; COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY b A Horn
o L. E. ELLE'NXVOOD. M.r.: + VVr.'e" or Inqa.re or.e Pi e niss Nu 33 South Ridaewaod Avenue .
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THE 'DAYTONA GAILY NEWS Page Five


.N..N., '.., NNNtNNM...ON.N NON oNNNNNN.O..N. I A. H Young has returned from .....................................................

ea (1J r-- \DNEWS hs.isit: to Palm Beach and is .


I IC k. I HOTEL DESPLAND i iI OF THE HOTELSRecent again registered-at ':-he Beanett.- : 'I'i! HOTEL. CLARENDON i i"r '

best kinds of : Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stout and I '- SEABREEZE :

et. I ': Daytona, Florida i Ul granddaughter, of FinchviRe Ky., arrived ; FLORIDA :

I recently and are stopping; ;it .
4 NOW OPEN : the Elma. They are friends of Mr.

I ... :. arrivals at the Ridgewood I and :Mrs. Wm. Hall, of Xorth Beach (4I < Y IM/ Absolutely :

: L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. : include H. Holmes and wife. Troy, I Sri and of J. R. Harris, also of FireproofNow :

f X. Y.; J. McDonald: and wife, New Finchville.: who has; been in the city

condition. i Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all : York; \V. A. Coleman WilliamIac: for some weeks.PLEASANT 4< .

a : kay Troy, X. Y. 4< Open :
Sides. Rooms Ensnite. Steam Heat. Every Modern
.
- FIVE HUNDRED
i Convenience. Send for Booklet. : .
Recent arrivals at Schmidt's hotel
PARTY AT THE RIDGEWOOD.The Booking Offices: :
CONCERTS DAILY. include William H. Rubino. Char Seabreeze Florida E. L. POTTER President 0
,I loue Rubino, Elizabeth Rubino, guests at the Ridgewood hnklgate : Hotel Blackstone Chicago :

a'S Bummer Addrebf: ATLANTIC HOfSK. Xarrapans' -tt Ph r. Hbod Island. 2NN Brooklyn; C. A. Clark, Jacksonville a very pleasant "Five Hundred" j 1180 Broadway New Yor' W. S. KENNEY. Manager .

.............: : ................................................: ; F. :Meyer and wife Brooklyn.C. progressive: card party Thursday eenias. \ ..............................s......................
: There were seven tabl t>, -

H. Eggleston president of the and the winners of the handsome 1 Mteee....e0.eQ. ...QI.oo.O+Qoa.C.o.OC00t oeo 0

: Fox Lake Xational bank of Fox Lake, Prizes were: :Mrs. Gardner first:
t--e.o.---.e Located in the Most Beautiful
o \Vs.; is a season guest at the Ben dies prize a beautiful hand : Saratoga t Inn
Spot on the Halifax River.. ...
WOOD I Ii. nett. :Mr. Eggleston has held: the position plate; :Mrs.; Fox, second" prize, a "la-I

i ; of president, of this bank sinceit glass coaster; Mrs. Vanderbilt i JOHN J. McGUIRE Proprietor.

E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. was organized 2;) years ago. prize, a fancy hand embroidered k T1TC INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better in

i. i viette. The gentlemen's first prize, =! Florida. Table of the best of everything in season. Terms as reasonable as I

[TOASTERS NOW OPEN. Among the guests at the Bennettare I a swinging desk clock was won by g the service will permit given on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No. 112

tO : Reand :Mrs. A. S. Gariss of j Dan Lees; second Prize, a small''' oeee...ce..oe..o eN..NOO N HCeHMCO..e..ct t tNONNON 02ee

Worcester, :Mass., who are well reading or magnifying glass, went I j =
IRONS : All departments will be managed by white Northern help ; known here. Rev. :Mr. Gariss; ad. to Miss Gardner whie: the third .0..00000..NN..NNO...0/NNO00.....eoN
> .
t selected from some of the finest hotels in! the North, and white : drtteed the Woman's club Thursday prize a souviner aluminum pocketknife i .
THE BENNETT
afternoon on the subject, "Art andCh'ics. was captured by :Mr. Yander- :k :
I
help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : ." bUt of Xew York. : >
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i > O.NK t)K T1IK I.KAlII.Ni; IIOTKI.K' :
with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the After the card party a reception .
Phone 71PA ZZ > IA.1'r1.U\.1/ FLORIDA :
Recent arrivals at the Deepland: took place, when the winners were : __ .
: i finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, -n n_.___ __ t
... hotel} include :Mrs. X. Gill Kirk, Chicago congratulated on their good fortune, :> .
: Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. i ; W. W. Russell, Richmond, Va.; and later when the party broke upa'every .9 NEW TENNIS ("01 KTS .

.......... :.................................................... .Forest Kipy, :Miss Wallace Kipy: one left well pleased with the I -..0ONNN.o.........N e0......00...N..N.o......04ON

i Laurenceburg. Ky.; :Mrs. G. L. Little evening's amusement and looking forward -
NY i Springfield, Ill.; Jos. Rolman.C. to just such another party j .0.0....oNN.........OOO0000.NN0.............N

* .......1......ICrelt.......0.........................: K. Davis, Cincinnati. next week.: Refreshments wereserved I
THE I
PROSPECT 1k
UMBER by the hotel's indefatigable :i
THE PRINCE GEORGE
sent in Stock tf' : : The new sun pavilion jut erectedin head waiter :Mr. O'Keefe. i II: 109 South Ridgewood Ave.
I
Avp.LBY I DAYTONA, FLORIDA : front of the tennis court at the 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office.
[ Manager.h : Bennett is affording much enjoymentto MAILED LETTERS. Steam Heat.
I Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors : j il
............: the guests' who sit here in the f P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor. I
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I shade of the waving palmettos, holly Belong to the Senders Until Delivered i.j
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I Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. o to the Addressees. .
and magnolia and watch the ex- j

: Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax Rivers': : citring games, of tennis played on Under the postal: regulations and the 4 ....................................................
I Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. / courts. rulings of the highest courts of the : .
II I ** : United States a letter does not belong | .t: HOTEL SENECA JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.: :
: Steam Heat Throughout. : I cnltNKU: I't'VM.\NO tH'KAN: NTH.:
Ii I to the [person to whom It Is !sent!> until ] :
: White Help in Dinin Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st v Late, arrivals at the Gables are It is delivered to him. The writer has j : ENTIRELY NEW. ..
:Mrs. John It King, :Miss Carobel .
i .S The Prince Jrorjn'' PIo'r..tht' only: landlnn )Pnvtonii. for !St. Aupu>tln.- nnd Cooley" Williamston, S. C.; Misses a right to reclaim and regain possession ( :: Albert Bennett Proprietor C. R. Bennett Manager :

: Palm Bench IxMitn. Piirtirulnrs I pltn.(1r.l '. : Abbie: E. and Sophia S. Pfeiffer Ft. I,I of it. provided he can prove' to ;I 4: A Nt. I'liiofor M<'" 1'. 01'1.' '. BIIIIIIIII:;: Witr.. St<-iin Il"-iitin., .I I'ht.u! >- m !IlvryThr..ii..lioui. : :
the satisfaction of the (postmaster at : .. ,
Wayne. Ind.; :Mr. and :Mrs. I'ier<-eWwrull C..rm.: \\'hal. K rI.i I." ...A.lf( Mr. Foster '
i I Same Management as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N. J. je. the otlice! from which it was sent I that 011 :
Kenneth: Square, Pa.; :Mts.r. ..+.+.................$.............................
be the of it. Cven afterthe
..I.............1.ISI...IISIeee10I.ISISIISISISSIIIeo F. Va ill, Miss J. C. Vaill I.:. G.; was writer
"; ill. I Portland, 11.:.;.. letter has arrived at the otlice. .....................................................
which I is its destination and efore! it .
question, i ...1.............................IOioa.ICioa.i.....ie I Las been delivered to the |H-rsoti to f: NEW SEASIDE INN H DAYTONA II. MANWILLEPProprietor FLORIDA
BEACH. :
11. S.:\ <;ri>s-on anditV, U. M.
i I whom it is addressed it IWII"t recalled *
pins, do you s I I'iiXion. and wile and Harry 1'rtoli.int'tVnr : -*'. : liy.. the writer by telegraph; : This new and select t.nmly hotel lias 'lust been enlarged! .UK! rein mshcd *

use Sewingew THE NEW GABLES ( foiujMse a party of I'its-i:; i through: the mailin? otli -e. for the season 1910-11 to meet the rc.jinreireiits ot its grown, patronage. *

i 0 bury;: i lll'oldto"> who motord user: from The regulations; of the i I'tI st.'tlici' department : Furnace Heat Plot and Cold Baths Electric and Gas Lights Call Bells +

.. Daytona, Fla 2S Lake I-:1J:t'and sloppe! at the of course require that the Rates S2.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application *

i iv + I Kid: I ewooU hutt'I.'roDl here the utmost "care shall l Il' taken by the "'11111111' I' A.Mr.. -: II.rI'FI.: I.t'IIF\.11.IFIt.: : < '.-. :ui ';i.\. N. .1. .
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all day ), NEW LOCATED.HOUSE.EVERY CENTRALLY MOD. aU paityvnt! [ to Ormond Thursday afternoon jiostinaster at the oifice ot bailing; to ..................................................... {

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ERN CONVENIENCE AND : ,' and from that place will ;go ascertain that the | iron who desiresto 'n n '- - -

\ a great i : COMFORT. .. .. .. : i I i to .Ja'k: -(m\'iIlto" for a shot: *>'ay.They withdraw: the letter i is really the ..so... &.e..Q..Q.... C..O.O........+ .O.e.8.
415 1. one who is entitled to do so. and I a. .
ing. WhatLigue will: stop here on their way 0 I.
: : Steam Heat Throughout : back from the mt t 'orois: postmaster is responsible for his error nTh Ivy Lane Inn"A !
costsr I I If he delivers the letter to an HUJHJSIOI

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or an unauthorized ; .
|H-rson.
> ? Only i >+. ... S. H. MOSELEY : Auion the gtu;;s at the lines are I The<< vital I (principle in our political High Grade House. catering to the most particular people. Central location. :
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ii : y...'". f#.i.;;. Proprietor. : Adele Smith Jacksonville: ; James I 1'. I system lies at the bottom of this mat- ;; I: S3.00 and S4.00 per da>-S17.EO and higher per week. : t
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. Arlinuton.Thouxjiinl MamlPark (LL/' :Medford, :Mass. Mr. and I ter. In this country the state i is the.
;i... ...:.._ .. < >ou. ; ( .
ii i :N.= Y. during MIIMIIMT of '. I servant; or agent; of the citizen not his November
I lull.' IIeieio1el :Miv.' .1. \\ Gripgs, St. Paul Minn.; Open to May. WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor : #

A. }O;. Xic-kerson, Harry A. Xit-ker- master. It remainumerely his agent; .................................................+0+8 -
i .... .tote1oi.RSIeo.1........................ soul Mrs. Flora L. Xickerson Mrs.; throughout; the transmission of a let -- --- - -- --..--.-- ----- ---
ter. The state may prescribe regulations ; 9999999999999999G999999999O999999999999999990OW39Q99j '
Harriet Hulley, DeLand; R. W. Johnston -
under which its own servants
ic Ice ...........U..I Ingram, Pa.Irs.; : John C. may carry a message for the citizen. t j THE SEVILLE E. H. PURDY Prop.t ( -

i Twombly, Geo.: W. Twombly and j i but It cannot shirk its responsibility( j I t> Daytona -- Florida I.

wife, Denver, Col.; H. V. Wolf and I to him.-New York Press. j jI 1
HAMILTON
THE
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: GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON.
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wife Xew Comerstown.' Ohio; J. \\ t .
I Faulkes and wife, Cedar Rapids.: :I Russian Railways.Traveling , Surrounded by Spacious Grounds, in the most delightful part of the City
I New and FirstJCIass : Iowa. I : on the Ku>siun railways! The quests receive the best the markets attord in the dining room and every i
N..Oe..-00 comfort and convenience that a well regulated: hotel can otter to the public.
j Is not attendolvith any particular
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II I danger; of accident as the train do NOe eN .HM.HOOOOHHOGHH..HOOMM.
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eoc Among the guests registered at nut run at great s[>eed. :averaging;
HNei 2 Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells : thM Palmetto are Mr. and Mrs. <;*.0. I, almtit tweuy-five miles an hour on the. r...................IO..IOI.I.'O..IGla.

('oIlJ"Hli..il'r.lills: Neck L. I.; Mr. !! main lines and twenty niil..; "u the. : YTr'N 1\. 'lIdt'r! u'" ,1 :':'"- ,:
ayi : Elegant Rooms, with or withoutjBaths! : I .uid Mrs.I Edward (': Smith. .\:lIall)'.I IITmdll'S.11 through; trains carry J Jsleepers :: The Cleveland I : lc 1 IUl'.alni: L"..:; tahle f '

.. -. X. 1'.; Mr. and Mrs. Stanton io--; ; either: the: wagonlits; re_;:u 5 ;and Lc,t C. -\1"\"',': -.11'.tl1l I!L..,It ..fadI : WJ.. .C I1\P.\ C 1Prop. i =
i 't-k.n Jnlinstovvn./ X. Y.; Mr. and ; Jar Russian: sleejters.( the latter IH-UI, J Jpreferred .:1.:. fll. !.!' kh'JId'lt': late:,. II. t

: MRS. I I. M. MABBETTE, Proprietor : Irs. KdvvardV.. Uawiints Evanstoti, !, by nianv to the former :is |1..aD..C..i...c.leae140.e1.ie7.li4t14ssezeis>zssae. i
well as dinershere one II.-IM- a 1I
may I
| 111.; :Mr. and Mrs. II. K.VlHn; "'-y.j .
mOll at reasonable cost. .Hour 1 the CI .
: HtMeeeo8OHttOONeoM 0G1IC-i(! G821r7406 0O&COOO
: DAYTONA.: FLORIDASCHMIDTS : j C-unbridle;: Mass.I ; Mr,. Ja. .\. Ilo..-. '
I ily == Palmetto Avenue routes then- are also restaurantsvhcre :
41i j :\h..t"' I Dor.s f lose, ti Iinoo;, ;.'. Xarriii.ins i ii
\ excellent )lunches and meals < THE AUSTIN :,
i -.I..............i.......................Iici01.10i0Is 1 : :: 'ttK; I'jl'r. It. I.; II. O.Ia: I j may l 1.e had very cheap.) The trains, J 'a
tC1ticaao! : Ill.; F. Kodinan. C'OTI- stop always at the leading villages j '
OVERLOOKING
i THE HALIFAX DAYTONA. FLORIDA i
LE -------- lor; i. :\11-; :<.; :Mr. and Mi =. Thus It.I fur half an hour which ;gives the travJ J a

I .......................Iea.........IOaeie101cieaei.e. I I Kiatlit!: 1". Xt'W.rk; :Mrs. C. I L. Co-: fler sutficient time to dine at the railway G.V.. SWAN. Proprietor Gt i
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i ii. lietmit. Mich.; :Mr. and: 1 Mr:;;. I ;i restaurants. Electric I Lights and Call Bells. Steam Heat Hot and Cold Water. !

7:40: a. m. i : HOTEL : I!' :M. Kii-ii: lli-s l Fiu-h.: Horn II. \ I ,t tOM..HM..eoo..eooee-HC 0 1 i iiI

Y.; :.Mr. ;and :Mrs.V.. F:. TayN.St:: ; : ) The Amateur Gardener.
9:00: a. m. I Florida : '
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Henry Schmidt Proprietor Daytona .
l.oir.s.: :Mu< ; (C.; Pauld: m iiir.: Xv\ V.: j ic; i "If I don't hurry I <:han't z<*t niy II1NON
8:05: p. m. i I Situated on the bank of the Halifax River, one mile from Atlantic 2 (Citv.: garden watt.n..1! before the rain come, .MOi.NeONONNONNN@0 N NNN'..""oeMi fli r
Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms rU {..nI't'leh.ll': .
8:50: p. m.Ic. are large airy and nearly all have sunny exposure. The cuisine and service 1 i i MRS. D. J. L1\1MINGS.1; '
I and rates for families : THE PINES
: is admirable. Rates. $3.00 day up. Special
on application. per :................................ ...................: :. l'ro p i ;' f
: I

i ild .1eie.icieiei01ea.B.1*.**..B..BCBB.BB.B.B..B.BB.B.B. I.. i An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct i
Cincinnati, I.I t supervision of the proprietress. '
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338 South t Avenue DAYTONA
New York. Ridgewood: ,

i .SIII.1e1.10ieici0101.aei.10iSi0001.aea.Iea.1SU0i.ISIe1eI . i i Saf.c:. management' as the Ne. M Magnolia.,, : Aihury Park, LRIDA'I i

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ARS i THE MAGNOLIA 113 South Ri<1fiewoo<1 Avenue. 2I I .CO..tHHM.-e_ ._ mu_ I I l t ;

LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. :
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7 2 Fresh milk, vegetables and fruit on the place. Furnace heat. RATES: S2.CO per 1I I \ SOUTHLAND r I I
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The WillmerI The OSBORNE .'
day and up; S12.00 per week and up. 2 .. ;
lie Florida I i:1: : \v< i H.I r I.; A. OSBOKNE. { IC..n'raHc

". 1 1 :, I S. MRS. CELESTE HINKS Proprietress. : : :: 1(.'.'n,. Only Modern Con'.fiiieiicesSOc PropRoorr's I

k, ..v''q. .1"111, .Si5ici.titi.i.i.i.iti.i.i.i.i>i.i.i.i.iei.i.i.ioi.I .. hxcelkut T.iMe! 75c. and ii 00( i.r d.f, t I
I' Rak't"dcrate -250to :6.tOI'tr .etk: i '

0000000 \t -- .. .. 312 So. Palmetto Ave., Daytona Fla. I. Steam Heated H. tu1., 11 Oranfie Ave I'I .
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ut. urn utF'vu'tta. i CITY HOTEL: !
. Lot The HARLAN / Lake Helen Fla.
nta ,'ast ,'xI DAYTONA. FLORIDA. j T PINES ; : !
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11.'W u.'cu- I TIME I TABLE .. , jt
F. E. C. i 1 1l
0 American New and i i: I. ?
'n. only : I Ullllt Plan Always open Ownership Management : .
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) 11811(1nth. Renovated and Enlarged Good Service 1 IN EFFECT: : J\'l U'tV ,.. .' 'l 1I. 1\
i a : : o. lot .. . .
"J'I : 1lt.I"J'
.uU !diiitfjit mill II:n1999 I Management H. C. F. DOHM. : .. ". : f
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: H J4irN! -I':i- "| "1---V v N..I-i H I i-: : -
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111 II IIII .' ::.:.....:..;..':...;;: ., .; .,.:.::., :::>-' ...1'\..,.;.. .....r.....i.".4. ... , ..:...". ,,." f THE ENGAGEMENT RING. I I oak tHc"-on tomb's those: of of emperors territorial, a lords pt'wof, a species Mr. Ililpret: Seen'ht.In professor a Dream.of Assyriology : -I i ORMOHD-ON-THE-HALiF.1C I

:: ::1'ft ( of barons and in the rniversify of PennsylvaniaIn : I I 1
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P1 ? ::ftt ': qr "Some of these Jewelers are an accommodating are no territorial lords and l lord stewards in a dream the !solution' to the diffi .<....:itt'd on the west

:: .. ,- lot n .rked the young now in China, men of high rank culty that! confronted him. Two drawIngs i LInk of the Halifax.MVT. SERB
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;, in the I fragments of agate; Inscribed The location
man in the light sui "I went still have their tombs constructed In repreuted Tayll
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1 other day to buy a d.. .d ring. accordance with this old custom. with characters. They were dratll3g.H1ndI I&l
of good
hABREEZE! and DAYTONA DAYTONA I "Tor: a lady?' the clerk asked me.I supposed to be bits of tinser rings and. I ',,Tf'-et sanitation LangworClevelanj

CHAS. F. S BEACH, two enterprising and told him it was. He Loved His Enemies. I beiiii apparently of different colors, : .h.- elevation is "ui.rb -

progressive towns on the Hali BEACH An engagement ring:: ?' he asked me James MacNeill Whiatier looked I were not Homely associated together; by I, .. and ideal for II the\ old Ibg: did remamd'

BURGMANTHE fax Peninsula, are geographicallyone further. upon life as upon a kind of warfare I the prllft sor. Hut in a dream he saw I ''mt.T born"' A n"t ::u nut. In the and Mrs I

although incorporated The towns as separate parallel PHARMACY 'Yes.' 1 told him. pettinc: a little hit and was never so happy as when he an Assyrian priest( who told him how I '\'Me bridge eonis nirrtriinf III. the: r.'. >oull find boulevarjMr

municipalities.north and south I peeved 'but 1 don't see what business was quarreling/ with somebody. lIe is i the priests of the Temple of Itel I. having n Ormond with The world! tinsel.| e.v arl

REAL for a the distance peninsula of from three and one- James F. Dobbin I it is of yours what I Intend to do with quoted as ba'Insaid/ when asked If! received. :i votive cylinder of agate i irniond tin"Beach.homes! h.ere no'.-!such' winter romlortal.l. ton, N'

ESTATE half to four miles, and extend east DAYTONA' Proprietor BEACH the ring after I've paid for it out of he did not have many friends: "Yes.I I from their king:; were ordered to makte:1rrln"S > .r Many:.- maintained on snip grounds us HeHlonn C.F.B.now
the surging seas of funds.* friends, and 1 am for their god; They made : the shores Of
and west from my own private have many grateful I ; : I .!t h..r side of their the lihllf x. octConnell'
MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax water Everything Carried a Firsts 'Don't IK offended: says the clerk to them, but those whom most 1 I three by flitting up the cylinder, and : most of them 1.1\:0" "'rsluRIf.\5.: :
River, the beautiful tide Drug Htore tone. '1 was Just!' going In Biblical would find by fitting the
I It from Class In a conciliatory love era my enemies not a the professor!' -urrounded by subtroplcul 'rf
I apart i' the
FOR stream that sets them have close Our Prescription to suggest that If it was simply a sense. Oh. no but because they keep fragments together; that these were flora and on

t SEABREEZEnUUKOKU communion Daytona with by which means they of three Department in every It Complete present with no encasement going one always busy, always up to the i: two of them. He did this and found i I .hrubbery! besides "CALL ONu6 won hay

Respect in for size rather then either ghtintbt'ID or proving continuous descrip- 'tirlfty orange: andother \VKITK: TO don tofrltnds \
bridges, as well as a half-hour ferry with It. you po mark / I that they gave a
fruit
HOUSE service. 'Phone 102BRANCH for quality and when the girl comes them Idiots." tion. I .r.... citrus \\\rni\
t Phone 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are In to inquire about its value we'll MeJ50 I Ormond has many 1 a numb*
essentially summer and winter resorts or $i5 worth for you. But It it's! Then He Sulked. i Helping Him Out. ; 't!trldlont-f"xc..l-
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and are making among hundreds those an engagement ring I would advise "Mrs. Guschley remarked to me that i I For year Squire I.atham. of whom : -nt autotnoblllag! ,, T"ORNTOORMOND" ''I I ftilGeorg*

t t SONNTAG new friends to every year the discomforting & you to get the best quality you can It must be pleasant to be married to a I I many amusing stories are told was a ;ood n
who desire of escape heat and cold, and find, even If it does mean a smaller clever man" said Proudley's wife I resident of Bridgewater.:; Mas-: : and it lN>.ttlng, and many Tuesdayjphy's

INVESTMENTCOMPANK their extreme hotels and boarding housesare NICHOLSONFEED Ftone. Just as a matter of sentiment "And what did you say?" queried i I was while he was living: there that the : pi"asant drive. IK IN ANY WAY1NTKRKSTE1) pr

If now receiving splendid patronage AND LIVERY you'll want to know that It I Is right Proudley. Incident occurred which Is related below .located At Ormond the Bach large : : C. F. Bjsession

front the most discriminatingclass STABLE and then If you ever pet in hard luck "1 told her. of course that I didn't It illustrates his habitual coolnessand Hotel! Ormond, and IN: ORMOND PROPERTY IN
of tourists. the good ring for two- that I had only been married ORORMONDBBAOH
marvelous j. you can pawn know; whimsical temper. '.* I l.'sser! sister, the!' : A
The ocean itself, with its All Ord ri Given value.' "Cleveland Plain his
of Its
thirds night by .
beach, hard as macadam and Prompt AttentionCareful I once. I He was awakened: one trctton Inn. Thee II. Will Give Your C. SMrs. ,
Desirable at- Dealer. wife, who told him she thought tber .) :n.T occupies a KuMnfhs Prompt
smooth as a floor, is the greatest Drivers beautiful when CJ
in I becomes
overtooki
Suffering >
r Locations In the house.!' The squirt ;pmltlon Attention
Y traction, although earth, air and sky Familiar with Ho"dsE.A.BRANCH I were burglars ]
bears great calamities with sheer :- the 1alifaxand Guilfordthe
part"o! combination The Toad's Tongue. one and wee
any to have entered into a put on his dressing gown .
seem
in which a pet fulness, not through; Insensibility hut I h- latter has as Hi Pri
SeabreezeOfcest to enhance its every charm. The skillful manner | : downstairs. In the back hall he fours
is the famous automobilerace toad used its wonderfully formed i j through greatness of mind.-Arlstntlp I to a outlook the m:1>mt- Rhodeavenue
The beach trying open
looking:; man I
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a beach and the
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course where every world'sstraightaway Real Estate Agent tongue entitled it to be ranked as au I door that led Into the back yard. I >-roid: Atlantic. JAS.
Evansville, record has been made, IWn'h Cottas.es expert. For one thing. It showed i The Point of View. the d09f 3 thereinMr
The burglar had unlocked Besides the broM.mooth CRMOND, FLA.Manufacturer .
Indtanaand and all these records it continues to aHNcialtSEtDEN'S" | > !I wonderful skill In Judging: distances I The world in which a man lives I |
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Florida beach ture a
Hoa breeze, and was pulling: it with all his might.;: I of
hold without rivilr- I The tongue was never darted out until [ shapes Itself chiefly by the way iti Idiot;!" .r: many drives for Pure Home-Made lookingof
has width of 300 to "If doesn't oj'"n that way. you
beach a
The the Insect came within a certain range: which he loots at it. and so it proves the man' ,--iirrlaes and automobiles -
500 feet and can be used from two shouted the squire taking: In GUAVA JEliyMARMALADES their I
L.Z. BURDICK hours after until two hours before [ : The accuracy of the creature's aim J j different to different men. To one it N predlcamentinstantly. -It slides; back:!"' around urmonidrives low win

high tide, thus giving an average of I' DAYTONA HKACH: I was another matter for surprise. The barren dull and superficial: to another 1 roundthrough AND glanceuptodat
CONTRACTOR: for automobil- Insects were generally in motion when I rich, interesting and full of meaning : Krovs of TROPICAL
hours
find BUILDER seven or eight Shoes, .,
Goods, Not Disease.
Dry I 1 a '(>l Cottages! MpvcialtyE \ ing some part of each day. Men's Correct the tongue was darted out :1linstI I On hearing: of the interesting/ \" I 11 busbant .- .
understand Attention
I can't my l 'Iv."throuh: trop- Special to f
walks,
!t triatos furnishedAll Seabreeze 1nl' Daytona Beach each Wear I them but the arrow never failed to :1 whli'h have happened in the course!' of ." Fumlly Orders ,
I I afraid there is something ]10'.11 font3 to "'panh -
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Work (iuar- have a permanc' t population of approximately hit The rapidity with which the people, will doctor.; niOHBMT AWJU1I ATIPan through
nntevd.Seabreeze Ario s from a man's experience{ many { with him." .- ruins; driveto
ordinances terrible the matter -Am>-rli-in l-:
15tJ) Sanitary ;
,Florida stree'sand Tnts .isitl'Inn I' tongue was shot forth excited mu"ti j I wish that similar things had hlpptolH'd I Ii his ?" 'h! urutnt l'au- poitlonBUfToethdlg gmn ng
cniorced, symptoms
I are strictly wonder. The operation Is a comple in their lives too. completely I ( -What are '* iy built by slaves \ Ks; |..sl- t on ofb
and i or-t-I hal
sidewalk.. _rc well kept "Well. I often talk to him for tlnnt'tutriestaqLouiarur
1 The is I; doubled or folde of planters of long:
tongue I
; envious rather very
as: fast one. ting:; that they should be lurcuie!
streets : bun: ; opened: I II and when 1 gel
V. C. GRANT I new at A VANDE VORDt I up when in the mouth. Therefore a I wbi -h lent an hour at a time : -o. and drives to position.!: .!st.lxjuU cud
de of the mental aptitude eulu
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population It.l"b:1I[
as the in:rcr.i.g I through be hs ;n't the least I plantations of
unrolling ; .i
PLUMBER mands. B.SIICJ hotels and boardiurf ; 'mru-tor for : twofold action is required an these events the signiilcancv they ('OS.Fes I I've been saying." h:..ottablt>s 'ttler... tr:rn,
the dartIng
MASON WORK of the weapon and then when he dearibthem. To a man . /
dl Witter, sti-itm andties houses there is cjnnlc cottage accoruodatou withdrawing of I "Don't worry any more about you w!! >* plact'sam- '- M
Fitting visitors in 01 All Kiiul : of it forth. The of genius they were Interesting adventures I I .'tt' with the tuber. '! n'lj
f. \l i winter : I bad his gift/ I P MOU DGROVtORANGES n.
j. I I'oni-rett, CurMnissHull the tongue; with the captured Inv.vt on I : husband. I wish : .. of pl0ather0traits
but to the dull perceptionsof < t
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both tov ns. -
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: the tip was not : and flowirs.on.of .
would
DAYTONA: KKAOII: All tie alfrarl-'vcicss of Seabreeze I DAYTONA i Htt'HFITZGERALD: : withManding: the rapid motion, the an ordinary individual they All Depends. th"most In. p.. nl.ft

I'LORIDAPINEHURST I l applies to D.",toaa Beach, the two : fineness of the tongue; tip and the I hate liecn :!stale everyday occurrences "1 don't like to listen to bard hue tstortP. :: t.Tf>tlnv:; of these andGrapefruit u -. :

towns lc:.>:! so ;similarly situated. : i struggles; of the prey the victimVH I Schopenhauer. DO yon':" Dlaiitation'4! Is at the 1

The c e'l.. !I.-f .."cat I ot Daytona Beach I never dropJlt"Eu'l1tnt' "That depends on whether they ar : -tdwit.-rH>t of the ill

has been fl.:I.'; ..., j/acnominal as its & i, A Tinge of Suspicion. renifnlsafiHvs or the preliminaries t:) Halifax and known Best Grown
IVnlnsnlulirlvu( "
sister on I- ,orlf, and each year I China. "That sjK'akt-r always starts oft I a touch."-Washington; Herald. :i+ Moundjrov: '. It Grove on Ht.Angus.tine : -
I Daytona Beach there is a snp.tan.ial growth. The GATES Graves In paid: Partner l'orutossel.by tellin' I ; *I.. on" of the finestoeaneegrovesonthe Automobile
j There are various kinds of graves In Remit 1"' M1IesNorth '
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MoilTH) t'onvenlen- sad:: dynes hire been leveled what the country n vds. of
great Warned. :
ees. Rates LAWYERSDaytona Chlm. The ;graves art dug ::t'IIt'rnllytrom .. E".t: 'oa.t of Klorld.i Fns deas
and hiiidsor-c homes have been Naturally and properly. broth.' HOTEL OKMONDDeed
the
H.'u!oOUU hit. I twelve feet to thirteen feet belowthe "Too many cooks spoil: and I.. amid very
da"r
Mrs. Proprietor W. H. Freeman built icr bh: winter and all-year- Fla. 1 ground, while, according:: to an oltl l when"1 .a s'Hse| man!' so.goes Only out of I notice his way that to rioted the wise :guy.; I pretty! surroundings.Mound !, Knox: rn<* ce

round occupancy. : mounds of the ol "Yes. Just as too many appetizer! ::rove Is on
graves
the
.r custom I tell tnt what 1 need it's always somethin' :l th-- lavtonaplaintAugustla' : Beed Company1ULOV 0 'itnee'
agreed the slmplrausAPhiladelphia
thirty feet in height spoil the appetite. ; I
eml't'rurs"t're in his; particular line of goods. road. Postoffies_
. . . . . ., lords fifteen feet I Uecord.
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m J I, Fine Job J b Printing P g, Promptly Gazette executed News Office.at ::)Is I.:. I I I:\ and for pie inferior mouiuls of lord otticials stewards only four and eight feet common feethilu in height poo- i I I, No Hammond: it's watches the) His cuckoo-Don't of Sole the clocks you Dread.night: dread that! Martin-give the meawny.Utrper's silent I.I "" Il"s"tory<11t.n..iolt.\?Will.."d'They' It domestic Come say to in This site her really? tISh'SI.n't enJoys .: I Job J b Printing P g Finely this office.executed at I I I are:t.., ",0 otiorreng nt.


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1 t.f t. defense !ito bufid quarters for himself -' :Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Beardsley<< : have "" "" "" ""O'.'.'.'.'.'''''.'.'.'.'''

(f and wife. set up housekeeping! in their new I i i
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Mr. and Mrs. J.Y.. Opfer and cottage on Mitchell: avenue. They

1 Seabreeze ,two grandsons, of Loraine, Ohio, are very snug in their new quartets, .)1. Valuable Corner I -

THE-HALIF/1X u were among Tuesday's arrivals.: Theyare where all: their surroundings are PORT ORANGE, Jan. :26.! -]In com 0i:

News domiciled with Sir.\ and :Mrs F fresh dainty and convenient.Mr. I ing out of the M. E. church Sunday .. ..

Harpster: on Ocean boulevard.; Hambrick's: ssterIrs., B. D. :Mrs. Davis undertook to close the 0

Ilrop l In with meatORMOND 1 TL Artist Harry Fluhait whose handsome : I Best and her husband are expected door when the knob: came off and : If you want one of the finest located !

paintings, in the Clare-nclor! here next week Cincinnati to I
from : she fell to the! ground: dislocating: : i
corners on Ridgewood avenue large
b I SEABREEZE, Jan 26.-:Mrs. Roll lobby have been so much admired visit their relatives for the remainder her hip. She was carried across the ,

\V. Taylor sister of Mrs.:: E. D. has opened his studio on Grandviaw I of the season. street to her home and Dr. DuBols: I : grounds, elegant buildings, price :
avenue. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hunt of: Georgetown called .
At she
present 13 r"e't ng
f fIf I Langworthy, arrived Friday from A large force of workmen have: I II who stopped here for a brief easier. reasonable, apply to :
Cleveland, Ohio, and will spend the
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been engaged this week in visit continued
-4 remainder of the season withJr.: I putting with friends have Mrs j. c. Xokes of Cleveland.! : .
the old log did 1 the golf links: in first-class order. their journey to Tampa.: Ohio arrived a few days ago and is .
hurricane not v<> out you'll In nod the and Mrs. Langworthy residence at their Ocean Golfing is quite: popular with: the The first entertainment of the pleasantly: located at the Illinois I : EDMONDSON & DONNELLY i

tin- th,T.-, boulevard Clarendon guests Tourists' club this season took place: House.
Ttw world has riseN I! Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Binghamton -
here no fcuch com 4 Miss Schermerhorn and friend, I last Friday, at the residence of Mr. Lourcey McDonald's eldest loy: was I. Thvr are two u -ki i Ito tin I'rystal: ! Theatre for tomorrowNews night at tinDatl" .
ortalil winter : N. Y., through the agency of oflU-f for L. :M. wart .
ramp ground. us He F. Burgman have leased and an.now Miss Nelson Michigan: are pleasantly and :Mrs.: A. S. Harroun. Sixty-two playing on the school: groundsone s.-O.- 0.-O.- ON.- .-.- ONN.0..N.ONHN.0.0.0.ON.OJO.NN.
ItIUIII K tli. shores of C. located at the Burgman homeon registered. A rising vote of thanks! day last week when he fell and
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.*.. I Ocean boulevard. was given Mrs. Harroun for opening broke his He is along
NK KlSHKRMAN. Connc ll's handsome winter residence leg. getting 10//.1.1.1.1.1.101.1.1.101HAND : 1...................2..... +
"1 the Halifax. Mr.: and Mrs. Johnson William IJoIdmeyer, eon and I her pleasant home to the tourisis. very well under the circUDl tanl-es. .1 I 0 .

on have< been guests at the Clar n- daughter Harry and :Miss F.orence, :Messrs. Edwards and Acres .have Mr. Hopkins' bungalow is progressing : The : i : Do you want to buy or : I

("ALL ON of Elyria, Ohio, have taken been making tests of a new gliderfor very well and will be quite; an .
UR WRITE TO I. don for some time and are oa keeping rooms at the Harps er house-I their flying machine this week. I addition to Herbert: avenue.: : : rent t property in : 11
having spent
friends of Seabreeze PROPERTY
MACOSORMOND a number of seasons in City Beauti A party of Seabreeze young They expect to install the engine I While Jessie Longe's, little girl 51I : Daytona? : 1

enjoyed a matinee party an the New sometime soon. wail climbing over a pile of tence a .

T ORNTON t :f tuJ.f Daytona theater Saturday atternoon. Mrs. Young: Miss Virginia Young: I posts: one day recently one of the 01'' : We have the cheapest :
George Carew, who with his family SILVER BEACH
The three-piece orchestra led by :Miss DeCamp and the Misses Smith. posts fell:: on her breaking. her leg. : and the best. :
l are guests at the Clarendon, :
Harry Brigham added greatly to the Clifton Young and Carl Sparks She is progressing favorably. RI. .
rented }Irs. SI. J. :Murphy'a -
IV IN ANY WAYINTERESTED Tuesday enjoyment cf the services at the had another one of their pleasant S. Cummings, the landlord of : Extending from I : $7,500 buys one of the best resi. .

f pretty home. Ideal:: Cottage of I Seabreeze Congregational church Sunday camping expeditions leaving the Port Orange House; invited the : River to Ocean .. ', : dence on Ridgewood A vc. Com : J

I IN PROP ItTY IN I r C. F. Burgman tomorrow.A and. will take possession I morning. I day afternoon for Tomoka satur.1 tourists who hail from the state of :1 : pletely furnished and located on : i

ORMOND OR The Ladies' Home Circle met returning Tuesday night They found :Maine to a new England dinner Sun corner lot. Call on .
(OHMONI BE.\OH!: party consisting of :Mr. and Mrs. FOR SALE OR RENT : i 0 -
lie Will fire I at the home of Mrs J. A. Coburn game abundant and had planned a day. Those present' were: :Mr. and .
Your S. Douglas )Ire. Ellen Douglas,
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KUM I nefcs Prompt Wednesday afternoon. It was decided bear hunt for Tuesday, but the rains :Mrs. Hopkins. Mrs. and :Mrs. Lower. M. L. Waggoner :
Mrs. C. A. Page and children of I :
Attention at the business meeting to hod! descended and the floods came and of Belfast; :Mr. and Mrs. We&ion

Guilford, Me., who were stopping at I the bazaar in the KnowKon bock. they boarded their boat and tacked and Frank A. Roberts, of Anson: ; Mr- I Office People's State Bank. 00o
the Princess Iseena have leased the< a
Rhode Island cottage on Atlantic"! -- for home. and Mrs. Jack of Richmond, and Mrs ,..1.1.1.1.10101 1.1.101.1 ......iioii..............

JAS. CARNEIL avenue and are pleasantly domicile* I Eaton of Wilton - -
DEATH HENRIETTA -
OF MRS. -- --- -
II Born, last week to Mr.\ and Mrs
,therein for the season. I
ORMOND FLA.Manufacturer Doings uiViiViffVuiViVfVmCONRADOATES
DIANNA ZIMMERMAN.
Ed. Johnson a little daughter.
of Mr. and :Sirs. B. Woodward are I
Pure Home-Made looking forward to the completion i at Daytona Mrs. Henrietta Dianna Zimmerman Tuesday Dr. and :Mrs. Herrick i
arrived from Hudson. Ohio to visit
GUAVA JELLY of their handsome new beach bunga Beach I died quite suddenly at Ormond Tuesday REALTY TITLE
I the latter's aunt :Mm. Milburn and :
Jew within a couple of weeks. A
MARMALADES' AND night at six o'clock: of heart fail cousin. Mrs. D. E. Lyon. ,
glance over the premises with its
TROPICAL
Funeral services held at
I ure. were ,

Special PRESERVES Attention to ." .up-to-date.walks marled garage and winding graded grounds cement I DAYTONA BEACH, Jan. 1'C-The the residence at two o'clock} Wednesday Rolling Cigars.It AND INSURANCE OL *
Fumlly Orders is common to bear men complain ...
nir.HKBT AWAun ATI through which' the green sod is be- I brisk sales of peninsula: pro r-y afternoon conducted by Rev. of loony> made cigars I but It Is not .: ,

Pun-]JI"ltlon-UilrTlllo Anwrk:1I1 i\- ginning to show and an examination -! which have herd: during the pa--t Dr. Huntington. The interment was always because a cigar is indifferentlyor

West tlon-lath(:'hnrleitton 1tieai-: of the interior of the new home* I month still continues: aid building I made at the Onnond cemetery. badly made that the wrapper curls CONRAD BLOCK 'PHONE 128

J.ouhlnnlL 19trchaaeExrx Is very convincing of its excellence interes.s I up and coiufs off. Much oftener this ...
were never brighter. The deceased was torn MayisI1 :!".
: ?Ittonht.Lour3" and superiority iu convenience( of ar- I I comes from the cigar; having; [teen
I Since las; week's report -uhe toi- : N. where
; Y.
at KansomviKe ,
rangement and; beatey of plan. There rolled by a maker's left hand! and later
"' are five rooms on the fist floor. lowing properties have changed she lived until shortly after her mar 'I smoked from the hand of a ruht; We beg to offer the followingfrom

lOUNDGROVEORANGES I The Interior finish is beaver board nands: Harry Horn ia; purchased of i : handed man. All rigartuakrrs; mu>t

instead of lath and plaster which I C. 1 I.. Horn a lot oa Orange aemctending : .Sep-tember : : i use both baud.ttjually: well and economy 'c"; our list of -
I'' : bt-tu tit time and material i is lilt _
I fa painted and partKioiu-d with narrow through to Paiiueuo avenue ( merman's life in North M
was spoilt .
andGrapefruit strips of wood walnut stafnevl! : and this: week is eleiriu: .;; ;I.i I. : Dakota although: she and her has- ; prevailing: ; rule in tobacco factories1Chen : : property: M,
i of tobacco i is cut for t tinwrapper '"
which i is to build! :M.TP. 'ora Powell l has a \\nvvv IIIIL",
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The large living; rooui : ] ; pur- : band resided tor a time in1: a!'\.lal.d ;: the bias and ro'U-il '
it i is cut ou >
beamed and open to the ceiling; has In l i !:>ed ol' C. L. Horn ou O range :
in
and I'enasylvaa.a. Of the four from I left to right; on the filler :and! :a tithe I = No. 124-$4.800 will buy furnished a
Best Grown 1 : fireplace: window seat ; avenue bv.iueeu the ('0(1 UU.a to ti'.ge:! MM
| a generous children born of the ma"rage: onlyone : same tine and by the <.>TI! ,T h m Grove on Ht. Augustine ,
land Smith's block. It Mis. 1
and bookcases un> each Kle. It i isvery is o.veJi's
Automobile : survives Ole me.her.Irs.. Andrew the remaining pieces' ; are usd. IKIMLmwssurily :!,:: '"r and bath, five roams on first Ns" :
1 torn! 10 Ml lit'* suggestive of home comfors: I ; ; i intention: to Land !in the iKurlu.ure I ; :
N o r t h of : Sinclair! : of Seabreeze. : : rolled in the 'pp""jl| ui: > floor. '
JIOTKL OUMOND ._ The den, especially for Mr. Wood poatsibly ths! spring.; C. L. I Mrs.] Zimmerman came with hvrhutband For this reason' the manlio li"M! !< a i =
i is unusually: uttractive Horn has bought of f G. KMtredge. ... c r No. to-$1.300. five room furnished -
ward's delectation : ; to this vicinity in 1JH 7 and : cigar in his right! hamii! i ti .i\\i\:: !,
Bred, Knox J n< as are also the dining; roon UK 4. block, lit uUik-h, fronts 100 feet ; purchased a home and orangegrove'I I gives a ft'W'isl during the cuiii'' >r '" ed:: house one acre of land, Holly Hilt 11III".

Beeil Company and two dainty bedrooms with !bail h;t on Orange avenue and Palmetto a few miles notta of Ormosd, where I II of a MiiuUt: rubs the! wrapjH-r thti i fruit trees. ==

I1U LOW Pontomco between. All rooms are done in old and is across from Kl Nido! co.-jage they have since res.ded. i I II wrong way and vastly l'lwuh; it becomes | No. 119-7 acres land 300 orange, :;

rose, except the two bedrooms which on Orange avenue. I I Mrs. Zimmermann leith- was 1(1t"t'Ut"tl.-Chkuo;. Triluitu- 'I peach and persimmon trees 6 room i

S Finely ex- are in robin's egg blue. A big cellar I J-:. A. Hrttich. real estate dealer: I wholly unexpected and was a rt'at'' ... dwelling, $2,000. ;::
Charta and the Bill of
Magna Rights.Historically
and furnace for heating an artesian has fold the following: propt-rtie-s
shock to her family and numerous ::
ecuted at s > -ikiiig. there is a I tug No. 103-$3000, five acre bearing
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well and electric engine for within the last two weeks: To L. 1
I friends. She was appareMly in us- >r South
difference etweeii the Magna Charta: grove. Ridgewood.
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"b this office.YL. forcing water completes the detailsof M.I Phillips, the Scheid cottage onGrandview : "
ual health to a few minuter before I"
up
and the bill of rights.; The first was ;:
a modern winter home in Sea I avenue, which -Mr.: Phillips ! No. 105-$7,500, new house on
her death. She
had dropped' obtained by the barons from Kim '"
breeze. and family were occupying for : down for a few minutes'rtt on a'' John at Runuyuuile in June 1 T.M5.1: the c: Ridgewood avenue i

George II. Wells who owns ;a the winter; a lot belonging to JohnG. councb in the room with her husband other by the lords* and commons from No. 106-$1,200. two large, deep

lot just north ofIr.: Woodward'; Brown, located on Coates street .I and little granddaughter, Esther Sin the Prince and Princess of Oranue:: in lots on South; Ridgewood. e

'r property is considering plans and< and Grandview avenue to C. PJiil-I clair with whom she was I playing, 1GSS-SO.

specifications for building a beach lip; also a lot on Grandvievv avenue I when the: attack seized her. She : Manna Charta will ever remain the ltr No. 120-\ acres land, 100 orange ,

j i cottage. Also it is understood tha: Seabreeze, belonging to .Mrs. K. called to Mr. Zimmerman and before greatest landmark in the constitutional trees, truck land 5 room cottage,

; Hrush-Shoemaker O. 11. Nicholson I history of England !but next to tbt"c $1,000.No. : t
:Mr.\ Smithers y making arrange ) to he had time to call help the ...:: tll
meats to ert"C1.'a winter residenceon and his brother H. A. NicholSon gende spirit had flown from il:$ mortal I great charter wrung! from John b\ 07-$2,200. five room cottage -
.1 : the barons must stand the bill of rights
the ot'Univer- ; c: _
his lot on corner I home Daytona and Cypress streets, largelot.
Gibson and Mrt .. Jas. that was so graciously acceded to b, ""
sity boulevard and Grandviesv ave :Mrs. Anna ; .
Mrs. Zimmerman i is survived by
I I King William.New York American. i
,
buil, Wilcox arrived yesterday and have I
if ;
nue. These winter homes
I two brothers in North Dakota and No. '03-$1.500. small bungalow

will be substantial }improvements t u taken housekeeping apartments with ja: ", sister Mrs. )1 u}: .tt, at Seabreeze, The Olfactory Test. I :-r. West Magnolia, lot 50x150 almost :; t
North Seabreeze, : besides her husband and daughtermentioned. It Clay appear' a whimsical theory i j new. __
boos.; to property iu this direction.Mr. :l\'t'llue. Seabreeze. : that the successful grocery !store can: ,;' lit.,.

and Mrs. John t'ebelhoer entertained ', I :\1 i.sIaud: gtro:her entertainedj I The deceased was a woman w.tii be detected by its odors and yet them .. No. 110-$2000. truck farm 7\2\ ::; ,

at a dinner and card patty' ]. i j Tofigny club Tuesday uig-Lt S-v- all the endearing qualities of tweet is this much truth in It-namely, that Via. acres clered, 2 acres tiled, house w, r rty

Monday evening; at the Clarendon: ., !! t.'ral'isitcl"N were (present and the womanline-s. which lOll st.t II't."-"* the grocery store which greets the! u?s' and barn.: == H sr

The decorations w n'mt'rkalJ] ;| evening; was pleasantly spent. .. '. trill witb a certain ;glorious comt'inatiou N
everything as'iit', niothrr.: s .t. : .. No ir-S9COD, one of the best w,
Beauty roses, break-o'-thetlay pink s!i I Uoy Huffman was over from Gaitlee: friend. The world was btvter: t''r of odors of coffee, tea :and xpnvs homes on Ridgewood furnished large :: 1F
and ferns. Six tables net in I| wine from Saturday until Monday on Is almost always a paying iiivesttniut .Mr N
were her coming: and s.'ie:! will:] f-e sadly! lot, garage. .k.kca'
01 f combined business and pleasure Ideal llrocer.; r "'"
the beautiful private dining ruoin a missed from IuriiiV: : of t p.tvautl ; : -
,\ No. 122-New house cerfal location { I
.1J bur.M'' din trij q
the Clarendon, and ttll'. ( friends. .
ner was served at 7o.::: To tstt- weregiven 't j lA.. Kurfess las week r'eivedI I Secrets of Comfort. j :: beautifully furnished large lot .;
Ii Though::: sometimes small evils like modern in $11OCO. : i
by :Mrs. Farrell and .Messrs: ,. I a present; of a fox, a coon anti a i i Fastidious Stephen Girard. Invisible injects. millet pain and a single '"_r every way garage, ; ;

Rogers, Uebelhoer amble: and l>r. i I wild cat. The fox t-apeU in tae The i, 'oplo Stephen Girard liked ; hair may stop a vast machine, yet :i. No. 116-$2,000 will buy a nice :N: :

Esch. After dinner bridge whist, delivery I i but the other two animals Lest were the Quakers. lie had sympathy the chief secret of comfort lies iu not : home; five rooms and bath; hot it.i

and 500 were enjoyed. The tables,'I afford much enjoyment to the tourism with their disdain of forms suffering! trifles to vex one and in prudently and end xv...ter; electric lights; corner ;;

six in all, four of bridge whist an: who surge up and down Sea- their shrewd business habits and their I cultivating an undergrowth; of : '": lot. ,

ttoo of 500. were set in the ball room,, j breeze avenue, and at nearly: any Integrity.In : small pleasures' since very few great i : h t

I The highest scores in bridge: \ver e<:. ::hour of the day a crowd may be his own dress be was as neat and : ones alas, are let cm long leases. : : metto No. avenue 123-A 3 bargain bedrooms at $2,600 bath,, com Pal- :: i
d I 'Ifeen gathered around the; cage;; ,
made by :Mrs. Walter J. Gamble an : particular as they were and did not
( furnished good condition.
The Practical Man. pletely
wl.ch11': : Kurfess has erected: to
George WelJs, and on :.trt'0 th e< "
look unlike them. Ills' plain coats were Our idea of a practical man is one : Houses exactly alike in safne row .;
:
1k
highest scores were made brIN.: the rear of his cottage. made of the test broadcloth, and his ,
i valued at 6500.
have
who would rather a ten cent
McGregor alldIr.: Cordis. Kou r I Mrs. Merry in an and daughter, ot underwear of silk was imported from I
: ,' cigar; ;given to him than a five center e r + i
handsome prizsv were awarded tin. Marietta, Ohio are among the week's Chin He kept a pair of shoes fur : named for him.-Dallas News. A. 25 acres near city limits; 15 +) I

four scoring highest. Fluwers \ver:, :|arrivals and they ha\e apartments each day of the week, and his nieces: I acres fenced and in cultivation; 6- I ,

.! with :Mrs. Lena Carter ht'Ulmt-d his linen cravats by house and barns $2,000.
awarder Mrs. Erregger: and Mr. WOOdward for the season square i Truth is of no value unless it is exemplified : room -
'. Tin' Cuittt; street. the dozen.-From "A Sylvan City." : a.:
o. the consolation winll l -j on in conduct. B. Lot on Ridgewood in Holly 1 .
guests present were: :Mr. and Mrs,. :Mr. and Irs. A. ('. Littleton. 01I t Hill, 150x309, $500. '

each Wells, Mr. and :Mrs. Rogers Mr. and!1 I | l\irklin. Ind.. Howard Vardtnnan. oi

i 11 rs. Farrell Mr.I and Mr*. T. F, !! Atlanta', Ca.; and' Orin Ueiijamin. : C. 15-acre hammock grove; trees t,
I' I. the, seven years old and in full bearing; :.. j
I Codis and Mrs. T. Edward Cordw,. 'of Providence 1 II. are among .
ch. \ !I arrivals: at theVh.U' it's aNew Book near railroad west of Kingston $3,000 R= I
Dr and :Mrs. Es'h.lr.: and :Mrs i numerous K'...

each Woodwarlr.: and :Mrs. Fogg :MrsE. ,, I House.Mr I IF it's a Souvenir Novelty, D. PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL I

1 and. A.Putnam.Freeman, h't'damesIt'Gregol' : \ entertained: *. M. V.a party Young of last tourist Vednjiiia: fru-nd.>: it's something in Stationery and Engraving r FOR SALE; WELL: FURNISEHD CENTRALLY; CAN LOCATED I I 4

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The San Souci club met Thursday; in honor"of Mrs. Geo. .\. Parker, oi SHOW PROFIT OF OVER $2,500 ;:

afternoon with Mrs. Vetelhoer. Thi Frankfurt lad :Mr. and Mrs. 1'uik: CALL ON OK WRITE LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH i t

program was: arranged by :Mrs. E..1.1 er are t-omfoi\ably domiciled i\n- the r TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS.- :; t

;Z Freeman. It was Dickens': day. Kol 11 searon at the Dranoh house: (>n s 'a' $13,000 ON EASY TERMS.E. .

00. call was responded to by quotation:s I breeze avenue.: ding The H. & W. B. DREW CO. Small cottage on corner lot on a 1
i i" t
from the: author :Mr. Freeman: William Hambrick, who :oj";'ct "
Ridgewood: lot 100x150: ; fruit trees
N
Mi the winter on Seabre-/.e auirijwa It' k''
*
Urn Hart on Dickens in camp. : --- ------ --
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;. wialtattenii'tUiv well, $300 on easy terms. p
lllakeslee: gave synopsis of Pickwicl k\: I run down by a bicy l-si

Papers Old Curiosity Shop and Davi,I' : ; to cross the *-:rent tied 45-49 W. Bay St., Jacksonville -:

Copperfield. Fried oysters ho t !in still too crippled to ii.dul! e .!! h --.
We have attractive river front propertyin K
Mr .Hi some very
rolls salait! and ('offt't'V.'rt- serve*d I favorite la.stme--I1..hUl: ti

at the social hour. Mrs. Hambrick: are aim nu t It' :.. -. WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND --,". Port Orange that can be sold on reasonable I terms : ,

Mrs. II. K. Carver who has Len n uar: visitor of a ]large K-t'k: t!' > AND YOUR ORDER _;,, ..../;

visiting her aunt. Mrs J. L. Ellis i.,1 contingent who spend t.ter. :: ::1>i'" t.1 SATISFACTORILY[ .__r? and at low prices. M I,k q I ,
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her home oa Peninsula drive dt' at Daytona Ileach. r .... : l : 9
he.1 C. H. l lie(:rafte :n.d da-iulr.: :!! .'. :M :: ,
parted today on her: return to : y t i
insurance andcan :;
We have general agency
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Montana home. F. ,\. IleiJrafie.; : t.t Michu.ti .u I for Goods and Souvenirs i ii a

Mr. and Mrs. John I*. Sli ".-m.i-i ar tiku lii-ii-t. : k. .-i-1 i I..: apartm-: -, w :.., Werare: Headquarters Alligator -- insure against almost everything except R, ,

I now i-osily -installed ia t!., .. I n--" Mr: ...1 i \:I. r I.. Hewn .11 1''." :.' i [in'China: and Orangewood, New andExclusive'Novelties. "". ,,

cottage on Grandview aver It'1 : .I., .1.1 li. v r frost and taxes. ,

; Sherman:: has two houses in 1''.i\T s ': : \\ :' ;is: . I entr"a n Fr. 'r 'r a1J1111If111J1a11f1IIIl111J11111111I1111111111J3 1

I' [ Beach, both of which are tort .......v*.L,''daY e\ t his: 1...iu'' ('f.. I L1..i 1111,
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JOHNSON SELLS FISHING Bicycles.I T
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: Let us show you the finest assortment of : : FOR SALE : : BARNES : 4'i
I.- READY-TO-WEAR 4' '>'
: LADIES'and CHILDREN'SPARASOLS : : THE NOVELTY MAN : 600DS. I.I I.

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: At a Bargain Everything ,H.11-i .Stationery nnpll.-'', .

: in Our Grrocery : .. T Phonographs...- ..'-'... c"rookery Mewlnu, lilmiwiire.iui. M: chiii'wrlt ->,. .. Sixth
'i i ...'>: I' n. Fixhln I ..:; Tackle. Toys and I \V E h HAVE A GOOD LINE: OF 1
: Stock. : Notion- l

.. .. : BARNES : e Coats Coat Suits Skirts i
r Nntoki! i BIo'OIl"'r| 1 Ih .-'t : Will iiKo frnntf your Plrtuiv. tt.otir .- : I
: ever brought to this city. You will need one. Perhaps : : l'4u lIr.I'ur..t. Hauiv II T lt> H" : \ Lump* and l"iul hr--11:1". ".hnrlr.tr .
Full lln- .Ion-> IJrtM." Pr.-'. n. '. U .\oiir *uws, and othr TooNiiiul I .
: not today but soon, and it is better to buy while our : ..U Pi.-klt > and :MutT d t IIlh'|| .'- ut i-u-t. .. .. iliiKivi I t".tIClran a,, .thln!! that' wa"t'all\U out of nn wliaokIn r. I SEE THEM BEFORE VOL BUY.The .1 A

assortment is complete.I Call and see them. U -- . U Can
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BARNES :

e. -- -- .. : SHEPPARD'S GROCERY : :: THE NOVELTY MAN : 1 Chas. E. Gardiner Co. 1

: THE PECK-HENDRICKS COMPANY : j West End of Central Bridge j .. ;". ouch B. aril :*>t 1't"1. l In' itona.. Kla. .. _:I
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Crystal Theatre DEVOTED TO - - -- .
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j tf I Bicycles II IIi :. Produce i

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; : "HELLO BILL"SEE i UltFruits
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I I With a complete shop and competent 0) : and Vegetables
I help we can do the most :
Alwas Fresh .
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,1 DAYTONA GRAHAM THOMPSON o I i I AND
: 1 : J. W. Ball & Son : cm;

ELKS CONVENTIONat Opposite the Yacht Club i : No, 237 North Beach St. 'Phone 55 :
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McCURDY POSTPONES> First PI
W. M. SHAFFNERReal uramjSecond
FLIGHT AGAIN TODAY.Kv >
the CRYSTAL THEATRE

!: \\' Et.tl..I.tn.Fur! :: the third
i "PASSION PLAY"AND umbijTU
.in-- tap 1 tl.nlii! ol .MrOiruy from this: Estate and
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i .:y i 1/1 Cuiju: was i>osi)oied th *;

q LECTURE BY ::".':M.ii 1: !;: l,*-l'il.Se he \\:IS unable! t > Fire Insurance a
and rou>'- bUS
Thursday Friday NightsOpen u t: ::1"1 i :incondl:: .1.-,
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122 South Beach StreetCHILDREN'S
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James S. Clark
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1 I PASSION PLAY PICTURESAT Ktr .I)
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t."alue.S'xth
THE THEATER TONIGHT. ]
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Daily at 2:30: ; '

i Friday Afternoon and Evening Tinattraction! : at the DayTona ... . value]
_ _-_-_- -_-_- -- - -- - - - : "
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n Tht-aer! ; this i eyeing will be the I . beventlvalue
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l'i-sum; I'lay pictures; consisting: of tftj. ]

tt 11 t Special Matinee for School Children _i.2\vI snow; _KVKUY lion*' beautifully, hand-tinted pictures oltiie I : ,.,:.!.!. ..--:';,.. Eighth
original; pIa}'. The pictures ill alu'
I '
I at 2:30 p. m. Admission lOc be explained with a lecture by < N-neth-
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.1.tines S. Clark and Daytona theat-r : : value
--- --- -- :.Mr. ;nd/: :11rL.ttll,' ..:. Oi; 'FUltL ;-My I I- aru ri.alj: : : ut.
t I Kirklin, hid are lot-alt d :in- ,the I j.". \\'. POPK. ::t ;patron* are assumed a very enjoyable 1'eitla
,...tt': ..aiuJu ut, EYESCannot value I
Performance 7:00: and 9:00: m. :
I Evening p. -v l .I.atit ih; Mr> .li-iin-.e Gal'dt.irt! OIL :

I Mvi.iiavfiiiie.: Mr. and Mrs. Lit.'e I Ir Sunday, January J : i;::1. St.: Mary's be too ran-iully safeguarded, Elevent
NOTES OF ONTEREST FROM
and 25c ]
Prices 15c
r ion are regular winter visitors i ad: Kp.itvopalhurch, :>-er\ ices and se. for they ihave but one pair to last value
i Lk hat t' many friends in this: c ty and ulna 11 a. .: Sunday'hoot ai DAYTONA PUBLIC LIBRARY. a liletinw. If there are indicationsof
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During the remainder of the St oJUemij
a'i
v irinitv.'Row. :'::4."i a. m.;: music b'e&t'r choir. anything wrong with your child's -
I ou the library will be opt-n (
I eyes bring him: or her and I will f.it '
30 1 boat wanted iu first class I Will U. pshaw, the widely knownpreach -::::1' 10: :>:;;11, daily. .\ lee of $1 a I them with Glass;} *b to correct the GazetUJuorkuii
Monday Night January year or fitly cents Cor three months ,
("''I1 itiuu. Address James Keenan.: at the First Uaptist cJiunhLtaptitet : trouble. I If medical treatment i i-s neceSKirv -

-- - l iJ.x 11. Daytona Ceal'h.t.lt: lecturer of Atlanta Ga.. will is charged .for taking books taint the I will: t..;il .vou' M>. citizensagemei
K I I Sunday morning at 1 II I o'c'.oc-k.: Misubject :: > Ubrary.Many.
The New Magdalen" 'apt. lleo.; A. Rowe returned from ,w ill be Old time< Religion. tourists are: patrons of the! Dr. Neville H. Clark to iiiaung
Palm Leach: by train Thursday morn 'I I I __ library and there: i it> a constant demand c'outy t

e No-I I utg.;: Capt. Rowe weat to Rockledge ; Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Nay and Capt. for new book If every family OptometristLook 0 Gto
of that nainby \VM.K t I .1l': 'l.l.IXs about week take the I'sona I I in Daytona would send in a I
2 J Jd a ago to W. W. Smith and wife of Secondavenue for the Sign of the EYE. chga
.1./ II. Matthews boat, from thatpl.ue i year's subscription: it would be a I
off
: I are on a fishing trip to
"A TALE OF LOVE AND WAR"ADDED to Palm Beach and having acromplished :: Smith creek: today. going in Mr. great hell financially.His I bolmiteltrurtth

d that purpose returned)I: Xay'tj automobile, a picnic dinner being .
{ !Inure train.: i Other Name.
by included. be tme >< el
FEATURE I I "lYhen Tuna Orhiltnee was:! In the' I ja|

1 11 Monarchs of *FCIi nE.TX.; Ridgewood i *LOST-Gold! watch and fob with zenith of his fame. as an exaggerator: I 1dPiipiNow rutan. -
.t Mystery"PriorThompson opp. The Uenu tt. !It rooms and bath. monogram "H. H. M." on each. Reward and prevancatoi.: : curl an od! capitol Jw

;1 Co. al'ag,0.: 1L Y. Stillaian. -&:'tf1 I for return: to Daily Xews.l employ; "J h.' came to me one niorn- I ix
Ins; and said. 'I'm-le Jimmy I s'pi.se
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1 ; :.Mand: : :Mrs. H. Mason of .lactiiv F'. Randolph and family, of you have txsml of the honor done men ;
Prices 35, 50 and 75c. It; ''t rrtI1 Seat*, at hankie, I Pia.nostiuucj
/ \ ,"I'! -, who have beeu'isiti'ng, 1 Second. avenue, were out in their ( XeYork't' I Locatedin
j !t1.: .MMin! this (' tfor a week or new launch the Austin, Thursday! afternoon "I told him I had heard nothing of :

: i 1"1"-, !left Thursday afternoon for! : taking with them about 'o it, and l he said: I ugh 1tugheto'J
1 K'-ll.iinl.where they will spend al of their friends, all of whom ex- 'Why. th "y are establishing a new: Our design,
.. '1.trim I publi 'ati .n ovor there and bare h"nonnJ I
relatives
\\ k.th of 1lrs.Ja8O px ssed them-el\es: as having had adelislKtul
;, tli-! 'u KO on to the: Ile of Iiues. time. .. me by, giving it my name.' New Place s ue at
Surest *\\"."I1.: I nj 1 piod.! 'that is an bouor. hug> a
C.iS.i.!' inr an extruded stay. i| I
for SavingsWe -- I *A large invoice of the newest to be !;tJr-". Are they calling it the c a, *rtl
Ochiltrw News''' i
"l.alll1dl: for sale, 5Js( :. ft.; J> to Ivi novels and reprints just received a'Clark's I rounde4rored
1 *Xot exactly that. said Tom 'but
t !i i II : i;Iris!: cabin and fully I book store; also: valentine Fancy CeleryPhiladelphia
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snbstantiiillv It is called the
-'i'iippcd.'/' $6-:.w. Gruber-Morris dock. !bo..k>. ..\-::f. in uso >
pay special attention to savings accounts, and allow 4 per ccut., -IH-1.f.u: Truth. "Wnshiii'jton Star. Roasting rte I It

compounded quarterly. Place your money with us, where it will comebackto Chickens
i aytona, alwa !looking Lacked Atmosphere."I 'k"itniM -
-- -- - people: are > > -
you rich iu increase. There is nothing riskyor speculative about ourbusiness. I .
Tin- only original John Y. did hote for artistic KX
I Detwil-: I : for .something: new in the Daily ; an career.
i Your money here is money made. .:. \\.1-0. ..hakiiij hands with friends in'' New and if MiHolB McC'orkle: said the disupitoimed looking man Cape Cod Cranberries IJ I Ie

''i -; c" ty today. having made: 'the trip will call at the l Daily News office before MOOt I met with difficulties} I could not Spring Ducks alt

I PEOPLE'S STATE BANK I : .0111 lis: handsome: place on the pen- I tomorrow' flight' she will be presented conquer. What I needed. was Atmosphere.
.n-ul.t" opposite Sew Smyrna by bi-j with tWo tickets to the ." Fancy Fruits and Vegetables t 1' n

I DAYTONA FLORIDA. i > < :,- this; morning. Mr. DetwUer Crystal Theaer.: "I see: The same old trouble. What 1 1I .

1 IVivl .it.S..: 1'. I.K1..VM I'. f.-.i. .i. M.K.iUTKK: : : :add uS-vnttd himself; from L>a>'tooa I ----- were you-an author or a painter?" I ..'

Vii---lVt-.iil IIf..1\ !\\1VN.M,: ) I \\ Vi.. ., :NKK.Aca : I't >. ;, li.im.r; |eriod than usual, but i ii' ; ft.Ur.. Wallace X-.tTinu.: : : flf pp.idciue. '\ "NVlther} I wait loaniiny:: t.. ;play the I.

i \l 'u--d himself I..H the ground that U. I., will: preach at; th.* C4''iiure troniTioiif.! tart' I \\ :a.; imfiiniM.v' : : short of Ii' n
rt ---' !." li.nl}, |tit'rn very busy, having a :::at.onul cliurch Sundav ni'tfii.ii-' 'l.n-ath"; "Cfiira! ." Uw.-rd Herald.. DAYTONA '

., lull ol cur;* for the season. t.C M o'clock. Dr. Xuttiiiu: : s a \\ ..i

I known taiii>u.-i New Kiu.ii.d; ;/1'i .,1 ;u ...... ........... COLD STORAGE CO. if I," '
CAL Cut flowers, ferns and bJoomirtg I .r and :s here tor chiu: ,1.di: -' :

t It lbQ( ) Ih \W! pot plants at cottage east of Oes- !: Dr. ;,tld1:.,. XiiM'nu: :ar.- .' ..t.1': R. D. JOHNSON, Mgr,

) pland hotel. 45-6t: ijt-! l!I".el t'1ttt: -'udou Experience i .. r--- JWei

; j i \\ .1 -i"-v-.l;. meeting i' Odcenla ,, I I
: o M .1. I..it"ll, 11r), it'll; ;, :.I,. .. t'."
j jj 1 I'T. ." :\". :::I.. Improved Order of tor :' i i-! F E. C. icy ;,.... _' : '.' Is neccessary in the I
I U.-.l :\1"i1: l eld Wednesday .I. ,
i uieht. .
j I.I pot, ; t. > Th! '--e: i is rin.t> ij.iinder. d.' ;!1. : proper management of <
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I. I'l.ftou: was given the Warrmr's .
i >taiidiim; : :i- tt. tii.telphine : i '" .p; n.
d'r:: -e. 'following which refreshments from; that vmlAnxone ..: '.,.t,' :s" ; a grocery store and we 'I Yes :;
i enjoyed. There have the experience.
wire
was a good ;
th- :
iii.i\ II"'" piio.-: ; II : ""j- 0

j II I, l'a.11ert"' inuul: Tiiv-; :Ia> v.eninu v.. :*'_' .. -iL"-: .' vvckvi..-;. LVr> t;..ll:;: in I attendance, but the courage of the |Ixy..l toll!! of 1 f-ve cent '",:' ..t ... .' 1
: t'nuii .1 '.u>i": ltisiKT>s tr.j: :.a.d: ,-iivvMritii' ; 1'Mrd I' two candidates failed them and they: call Hotel i ortei- -'j', :01: !I: I U, 0f
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l did Hot put in an appearance toret't.i't' i \We Know(
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to Jacksonville. at tin Dec Hive N'orUi< lt-aih! St. 37tf : .n n1.ndAiltcmoblee \ (
their degrees. One application I I Ithe
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for : .
membership received.Maeinioth
'Hot baths, HiK>por's lUrber Shop. Funeral services were held: over : was i stored a* r".. "...j..iteI ? what you need and

I II I the remains of W. C. Howes at theres.denc stock of fine embroideries -I iutt. SARATOGA:\:\ (iAK\iE.; (; have it in stock, and

Dr. It. T. Whop :M. L. O'Brien fliH-k: "this':a luurniiiif in Port:, and Orange the itlterntefltl at :. <..- I at attractive prices at the BeeHive I!. Ptijoue 1l:. -f best of it is that I Our Spring Ox-

who hall been' ..
and \ O. llolroyd. : on North Beach re-et. 4': -'t. i
was mad.* in 1':11"\\01101: C'wiuet I
down at Merritta Island for several ry.Davtoaa Raymond G. Kenn.-v. fiMessrs. : ; 'I ',
Ue.toh. about!- i.'on fords have just ,
days, returned tl> Daytona aboard -_ ______ __ u____ __ Rt'ur. Homer C. Stuntz and R. A. Barnes. G.; W K ;,). .! The Best 1
the tiU'.imer I". S. .\., of the Indian i ,1'.r New York. an- the gueato F. S. Small and T. L. \ot-th. 'A ', k of Pro

liver line Thursday evening and WHEN IN DOUBT BUYiLiggett's I II ..' lt--v and Mrs. E. Sedweek at ; have been x :tlt 1I!'. h.'.-tl.-- ".t 1 arrived, bothgentlemen for .f' th(

aro again at the Prince George ho '' t.- I-'ir.t M. I E. church parsonage < -. '.IILIII; and tj: >hii4: '.' }j. ..J-'W. is all we carry. It is f'o' fully
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tel. .. : er aboard h.s hind-";11," I
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: 80c.. Palmetto avenue. Dr. Stuntz is >: only the satisfied cus- and work
.."ll"d: secretary of the: Minion Soi :S\ intic. d-part-d th.> :ij-ii.n: :, them
*FOU S\l.E-oue of the mo-t *!- ety tr ;he :M. V. church and to "ir return to Hari'.:-d. t'..: ri. T tomers we are lookingfor. basin

sirablo places: in Daytona: ; 12 rooin> Lxcl n d y PER POUND ::,. in i'>n ectiuii. with the: confer- .'>..infc returned! w.th 'u! ,".t: :> ,.., I. ladies. i

with large attic all finely furnished : ..I the South Floridai: 1 >>...;i t---.i.: '. !. .,,,1..d with: d .ik- .. t ;j' .." ,; 1 AsjHAI
bathrooms ".,.. .!I" .!' ,'\ ... ;.. ":. !
including piano and player :2 SOLD ATYoung's : -, !n !Id in Midway.I: T'i-MJ.I- - :

basement, laundry and fur ..: i., L)r. Stuntz will d': v- -- I L Lyman Grocery I t ...

iiaio, large garage. trust <--u. Pharmacy ': : ,. .1: the F./: t :M. E. ara.1; :',-- ., 'u .. a L
Choicest lcK'. tU u in Itetyioiia. eve: > :ri.1'h: I I Lppiiits: from a :. ..jfcei'vatiou f{.oj ,-,'. <.1 .\. : I Wtt
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thing practically new. will: ell f0! : \u ..: ''t'' ...., ..' ... ,1 .' : ,'. .:, ;\ '.f I : : ::i 'boss -a: :. -:, :.virDr.: d::. - \I I :.,.1. . t Every Day is Bargain Day
7. per cent of ('(h: '* sold! beffi'i- tltl-t., ..... v\.l.: 'l.. _!u !. M .. i: H I.'i.:J' ,! t' ": . '1 ," ,t : .::3 1-: \ "': .. : i Here. i
-h! Mil. tell It : !ii.-. I'.ii.v :N': wi.na. t." t.. !to:, j I \ THE FOSTER CO.
March 1 \d:'(' : I k "X :'-:.:. 4 .ljl... tun!'row Ill..!!! .;i ::1. : .
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