Title: Daytona Daily News
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 Material Information
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 28, 1911
 Subjects
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: VID00202
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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., ... Fair tonight and :Sunday. Light : TUE; DAYTONA DAILY N- EW.S : Today. . . . . . . 12:17 ..

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DS. J Published Every Evening Except Sunday Daring December. January. February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida.

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I '!. Sixth Season-No. 50 DAYTONA FLORIDA SATURDAY. JANUARY 28. 1911 15 Cents per Week

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II WALLACE'S W. H. WRIGHT :: :: DR B08.tti10Y'S, IiOSPITU and St111tRIflt[ I RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies, Stationery and Havana Smokers

I !1 ..y Art and Jewelry Store Painting First Avenue lirur! niry Daytona room., la.Twentyic ., n.*wlyfurnlih PRICES Books Only first quality well cured tobacco -
". >'.. exclusive line of Paper I I 1t'd and l IUT. tl thnuiL'hotit! with used.
:: Carries an : new Hanging ali ., ... I I'i-iioMiion' to Tr''!ut'You Runt GEO. H. CLARK I
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Postcards and Daytona ,.. rCr Your ler.
Decorating I ratItl:raIfl.. unwund Waterman Fountain Pens NewsPapers Manufacturer
Vet Cave.
View Books. 219 MAGNOLIA floor. 10 or t.'rlllIId.tr. <>
Co. AVENUE L. H. ROWE & CO.
and Periodicals
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! Vegetables Fresh : I CITY LAf\ INVOLVES 1

:. ;.::;. THIS OFFER IS AN UNUSUAL ONE I: GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE CO. EXECUTIVE THREATENS TO CALL i

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I "I IE( You Don't Trade With Us We Both Lose Money.11 OUT MILITIA AND LEGISLATORS I
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CITIZENS OF VOLUSIA COUNTY. ISDEMAND.MEMBER THE KING. ARE EMPLOYING BODY ,
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/ LIST OF PRIZES: !t MR. i ELECTION t CIIAULESTON. W. Va., Jan. :L'SThreats : -
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IAFFNERtate ., First Prize. One Chopin Upright KEEP TO THE RIGHT SIDE SCIIENCKi EDWARD MYLUS IS ACCUSED; of impeachment against Coy-

.,1': Grand Piano valued at.. . $4.>O.Ot'I'I

'.: Second Prize. Scholarship Col- I THE ROLE FOR VEHICLES.V WROTE ARTICLE ABOUT WAS error Glasscock!' were made today by I

and '. umbla ('oUl"ge'atut'11 at. . .ItIO.UttI' GETS BUSY i I SCANDAL ISCONfIRMED. I I.i democratic members of the le;"sla'

Third l'rize..scholarship Drausjli- I II i I ture. They accuse him' of holding

ton's llusiness; College . . 50.00;; ; OF CITY COUNCIL PRO I I 'I A RESULT OF SENSATIONAL i up the work of he legislature; and:

ifanceeach t Fourth I'rize..Out? Mission Writing I I : conducting himself in a manner incompatible

Street -' Desk .:!.''.lIO' : POSES TO SEE THAT CITY ORDINANCE COURTS. I I STORY OF EARLY LIFE OF with tttie workings of a re

l; _' Fifth Prize. Rebate Certificate IS ENFORCED TO PRE. j KING GEORGE AUTHOR TO BE :I'ablican commonwealth. '
'-- valued at :;O.lll) i I Ii --- I The imbroglio originated over the

Sixth Prize. Hebate Certificate VENT ACCIDENTS."The : I PLACED ON TRIAL. I selection of two UuitvU! States sen

: valued at r::;;.l'U FILES SUIT FOR DIVORCE 1 LUNATICS AND I I INVALIDS 1 i,. a ors. The governor threatens to
ordinance regulating trafficon LO.VDOX. Jan. S-The libel suit
: Seventh Prize. Rebate Certificate: : I ; I call out the militia if the legislature!

v a, valued at ::\\.Itl.lH) the streets: of Daytona is: a good I against Edward .Mylus. the author ofa Attempts:: to carry out its threats antI
FROM 1 IS. LAURA SCHEIK. TAKEN TO POLLING BOOTH I
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Y- Eighth Prize. Rebate Certificate I one, and should be enforced," says i I sensational: story on the early life< the situation U intense.

_: valued at 11.tIOI; Alderman K. T. Conrad. "This ordinance of King George, has !b vu placed on I FiglrtH are common and threats of

Nineth Prize. Rebate Certificate I was considered a good one BASES HIS CLAIM FOR SEPARA- COUSIN OF BOBT. INGERSOLL he court docket and will be called bloodshed are so frequent some of

Ra valued at; l..U.OO( for trial next Wednesday.: Mylus is the legislators ane employing bodyguard
when it was brought up and discussed : TION ON THE TESTIMONY OF SAYS MEWHO: WHEELED ,. '
Tenth Prize. Rebate Certificate I also charged with sedition.Mylus I Charges of corruption: are -

I'S EYES valued at irii.OU; in the council chamber, and rehash the story of a secret heard on every/ hand."r
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DANIEL PHILLIPS IN RECENT TO BOOTHS EACH RECEIVED
|;fUll. ar 'guarded], Eleventh Prize. .Keba-Je Certificate[ I it was! passed with the expect tHou marriage c. King George in his I t

valued at , . IOtl.lIU TRIAL. TEN DOLLARS. The
ull> (>auto last i I that it would be enforced. There it youth. k.ag attempted to wring I

l' artinduations 'I- I a public ap >logy from Mylus: but
u i> o t our child's ., : Total .$l.S.:>OA'a' no reason why this:' ordinance shouldnot WHEELING. \\". Va.. Jan. 28 DANVILLE 111., Jan. 2S In a ra ift.d.I i I REGULARS

|Utand! 1 will fit r Demon jrating: the fart that the I i enforced and I propose to see John Schenck. the millionaire pork statement i issued today \\". A. Inger I I .IJ

co oorrwt the Gazette-News will alas be found I that Marshal Gore is instructed to packer. today filed suit for divorce soil, cousin of the late Robt. Inger '
for .the list interests of the I enforce thi city law the same as the GUILTY IS JUR 'S VERDICT
working : ; I
treatment i I"'" ne<- from his wife whose trial on the soil, confirmed the charges made in I NOW( MAKING
citizens of Volusia County the man rest. Some day there will be a bad I
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charge of to her the investigation of the vote selling
attempting poison
e : agement of this leas decidedto accident resulting from tl><* disregard I
luper ARE
DAMAGES[ [ PLACED AT II$ I.
scandal here that lunatics and invalid I ,.
H. Clark inaugul"'d.le.the: greatest popularity! I! ot this rule atjd the driver of the vehicle husband had just ended.Mr. !

cou.tt.*t everheld in this section of headed in the wrong direction Schencjc bases many of the were rounded up and headed I

ifristIn the state.In : will be liable for the accident." complaint, in his bill for divorce on into the polling places: at the last LONG DRAWN OUT CASE OF I LASTJTAi.BESIEGED i
prizes While delivering himself of this I r
of the EYE. this contest eleven aggre- election here.
the sensatioaal testimony given by
HAMMOND VS. CONSOLIDATED
::" gating $l.SOlill;:; > be ghen away ab- declaration and opinion Alderman
Daniel Phillips in the trial of his The statement says 'they were
: bolutely free to the contestant- Conrad pointed out six vehicles on GROCERY COMPANY ENDS AT IN ADOBE HOUSE

; curing the U1O;>t'ott'$. Votes maybe : (teach street headed up to the curbin wife. Other allegations are also toa- wheeled: in, chairs after betas taken

t.., secured by clipping; the vine ('{Hl- the wrong direction.The tattled in the bill. from the insane. wards, and nobody JACKSONVILLE.

EDocated : the Gazette-News. 1 I t Daily) News has called atten- Mrs. Schenck was released todayon knew what they were doing. The Jan. "Gull BY DETACH LENT Of REBELS.
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The first prize which will be tion to this violation of the city ordinance t
her own recognizance after proving men who wheeled the chairs got flu ty" was the verdict of the jury in
number of times and the
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awarded to the contestant securingthe I I.t
she could not furnish $1ukMl" each." the United; States Court in t.n- case FAITHFUL 300, ALL THAT IS LEFT :
time has arrived when patience cease:
( most totes: consists of a genuine ,, .t
of John T. Hammond. the ConAolidated -
$450.00 Chapin Upright Grand to be a virtue. There is absolutelyno bail. OF FORCE OF 1,000, MAKING

Piano. This piano is a very fine in- reason why the law requiring all THREE MEN KILLEDIN Grocery company and u.h-

strument of speJTal artistic merit of vehicles to keep to the right side FREIGHT WRECK. er members of the Southern Who. DESPERATE RESISTANCE TO t
WIND IS BAD AGAIN; sale Grocers' Association, damag..
high grade and quality, latest. case of the street should not be enforcedand :
RICHMOND, hld..Jan. i'S Two I ATTACK.
for the plaintiff being assessed in
FLY.
NO ATTEMPT TO
it is of the toste
design, selected figured vaneert-d of the duty mayor
fiteight trails on the Chesapeake &; the sum of $1. Attorney .1. H. Jones
highest quality, double veneered inside that it is enforced. The law was KEY WEST Jan ri-It was announced i- I..Kl.! PASO, Texas Jan. 28: Three ,I,
of l'OUh.wl I for the immediately
plaintiff
and out handsome solul mouxl-: passed for protection to vehicles and Ohio, collided near LJIountsville! this : I huudiiil Mexican regulars underColonel
lace at. 10 o'clock thin! morning gave notice to the court thai a
ings and handcarvetnisstis.. hand passengers, as well us pedesterians morning. Engineer Edwards, Fireman 1 Ktl: >aKo. the remnant of a "
that weather conditions made it impossible he would wove for a new trial.:
carved capitals and music rest, on the streets. and the people havea : 1 Schrock and Fireman Swisher I I former force <.( l.MH men are today

"o. rounded corners, hand-polished mir- right to expect there laws will be for McCurdy to attempt his 1 were killed. The mto"t'11O pinned The case has been on trial 1 forN" I being besieged. :la an adobe house
I days and the jury was out .*. I II I
elery rored surface, automatic extension: enforced by the persons whom they 1 proposed flight to Havana. He will : under the wreckage and their: ('rit'sfor near GahiiH-a by tl.,- 'VolutionM:; .
hours, a sl'aledt>nJil't being: re- !
< ': music desk, artistically:: carved t'ltvt' and pay to perform these duliis attempt the flight just as soon an help could be heard before they I turned. A troop of Federala\ is be- 11(

Roastingens " noiseless rolling fall !board with I weather conditions: will permit. sUl.'cumk to t their injuries. r IIIK rushedto the relict of the bfsieged $
The suit was originally filed Supt i
nickel-plated continuous !hinge, fine t !I : men and if they can: h' d oit 1
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).. block of selected hard rock wafer EARTHQUAKE I I ; I i uatil the arrival! of the r..iuiol"-- ; 'jni .
'anberries W. Locke January tJ, 1 IHJftt"r! : a
;;'.:. .... built up in layers and crjtts-banded. A Bank Draft. menu may have a chance v> win: the ,
""' v period of 1 IN days bad been I-OIMIIIU'din '
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ucks warranted to withstand any climate.: MUCH DAMAGE ON O ISLAi.WHOLE D. I ba..1<'Ic!.
I 4.s the taking of testimony, the jurY I
composite metal frame, imported = ,, ----
e li, There are :-o many ways in which U'und a verdict for the plaintiff. iu I! BENEFIT DINNER, 50c
(Vegetables blued tteel tunings three !strings.
-. I i ,, the sum of |;2': >, ">v. Judgment: in tin
overstrung [bass, special repeating ac- ISLAND IS SHAKEN AND you may usta bank to advantage. .I Benefit dinner tor the Daytona In i::
'' case was entered February I 1.1. !1906.! .
_: tion. German silver hammer rail, JI Many do not understand that a bank I U11.-.rial Sell 01 for N ;ro Girls at the ,
VOLCANO IN ERUPTION, BUT After the \frdut had ben rendered Y ,
,; heavy !best quality imported l ) felt 1 ham- draft is the easiest :safest cheapestand I Industrial Si Iwo We.-.t, -coad ati ,
I thvHvse taken 1
was spun ap.peal i
,; mer. muffler attachment for practice. YET ES tnii.Midway.. .\lIHl ay. Jan. ;:e-. troth 1 1 x
LOSS OF LIFE IS NOT '
: quickest way to send money by to the l uiti-d Statt s Court III"]
NA ten years'quarters tn inside of top I to ei'e.;::: p. ilL, l'h'k.'u and \\..lfnt:1111 -,, it
mail, but such is the case. Very seldom Appeals sitting in N.-u f ikunatr.l; I It
cover in silver 7 1-3: octavos. best TIMATED. >'> < )r >: anI cak> ". Come aural/ help
the judgment: d. th,- lot'r"i i / ; v\a.- t
:AGECO. quality keys made in figured mahogany : is the fee more than ten cents. 'i.-. \1.11rLeod" l-liun-: ; :-. I'rin.:: :" > !
MANILA. 1 1.. Jan. 28-An earth I rt"'tc'Id..
height four feet nine inches You do not have tu be annoyed by
quake rocked tine island of Luzon r 0- I In t.tkim: tinapixal.; !. . > fm WHEAT LITTLE HIGHER;
ION, Mgr, width five feet two !inclu. weight day. bringing; heavy damage allover making out a formal I application, as I tin- U'-it-udaiit! i '';{1'1'1.11.4'11 ,,i.:.-_;.-.i, Il :t
boxed! lor shipment MH. l Ound.:;. HOGS FIVE CENTS UP. f'tI.J
;_ the island. The total loss of life has is the case wbt'reOU buy a )lost that, ai: error had! h.! <-n ui.'i'i','! iU;:i the ,
Thi is a prize well w';'ruh;! the efforts I
$ The volcano "' i.l"w'/ CHICAGO.! Jan. 2:*' \\n-.f., aa 'I I II.
nottt been acertUued.' iU1iUI-l"lI: III' r If' :!IIflU.t'lj" *
.. ; I I'emeinher The food .,. is office money order and if the draftis f.
of i : eat .
> T anyone. ;I of l\..al is in eruption. you Ipha-'I: .-.IJL, (1'1..1! on tint'ait./. tli.M 1 II t to :{-}J 11.h.;: -r. fIll :i.. ;'T. : abl-- t tLJd ,
The be awarded to the first toward health lost m the mail the bank i issues
second prize to 1 1 step perfect' .i ltttr.. I b--d1; ;ln.siKUature' ::1, : report ,,1'I I> wt-titiif.-, : ;h, tll', t{, ,: ;
the contestant securing the second'1 and increased vitality. provided it another The next timo I . 1. ,
one. you .
1 PLAY nibix-r slump' "I l St. l Kmo! 1V..Igta; a"--.t. t Provibioiw: ; tt - i ; w.n:
largest number of votm consists: of : TO: REPEAT PASSION is and wholeooine.Duality .
absolutely pure have any money you wish to send; rot Jacksonilviu; : i_: > not pros"-ii tt !u rict-s I firmer on lisln uiti.j! : ; u-i-J ?

a scholarship to Columbia College,! PICTURES AT THE THEATRE. ( and purity are the most potent I away come in and buy a bank draft I have been appended thereto at h :?; .1/1/ .lIhiUW" 01 1\: : 1".'11:1:: : hll' .

the well-known institution at Lake I So enthused were the people who factors of all goods sold here. I and we are sure after that you will- I .u..; :Cationliamiuond: It'tl.aire( : -t".dy.. i ,
City. Fla. This: scholarship is valued I Xt"l.l tuna Theatre: None hut the best: are here at prices '
went to the; > use; no other medium. By makingthe bar ioiuout ot tinur<> -- '
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at $U't' last night to ere the beautiful Passion that are astonishingly l II'\\ I draft payable to you and then : < 1 r\, IHI,: :MHN.inre the :uit \\iI." I:1! :r>'

i (Continued on seventh page; > I'lay picture and to hear the I endorsing; it on the back to the one : l t'ii i.\. and! is now president; oi t tt." HUR C'H, Druggis* t tIri tl I

I :splendid:; lecture of James S. Clark, I to whom you send it, it (J1'.wrJ fori a i :Suit** thank t at New Suiyiua. I Kia > 1,1 PHO:>r; 17 1

I that the management in view of the complete record of the t ran.->a< ti"&, --- "./ t Beach Street i

kVn.i. 1-ulhusias.m and numerous request,''CONRAD GROCERYCOMPANY and is a receipt' to" you! from tnt*. i STOCKS ARE ACTIVE; :: Daytona, FloriJa. !

)ring Ox- + :i.as arranged with Mr. Clark t<> iv- person to whom: > oa .-..:.d Ui- w.''J.t! ;'> ,, : PRICES IRREGULAR :;' ; :.lino: rooJ.V tii. -liahv ti ,1 It' '
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i I post the entertainment t< n.-u: ..IotI It, they also inu-r "Jd.; >; >.. ;a !b-'fo.-t .- '

I : .''.. and !ftlfl: o'clock. No on! w ntiijovs t .- ;payable. This :is.. only onof NEW: YOKKIan.. :::'Stock> wrBANKRUPT i -. Our Rubber Goods 1
aye just ... 1
something beautiful :vi..vi: ,. t.t. t.d.tt. 111" !)J.;: s; \\f'; :9
L': We carry the largest assortmentof tiiv many: ! c ul.\.W: < e.- .ft'.r..J youb i. :
.11.J educational should: mf.:: ..- ,,_, :'tiiilal'; titi ;i.aa: : .. nisi 1] :'e--- 1,. .r,..: 1
Prescription goods in this part 1 >. rv:: !li.iiik., did'l v.-- -,1.) ; ;> called; 1. I i
both for 1 < site;i tint.! ', ., t'v} :ii 1 :i l/e- ,
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toiiiuhi an } .
of attending
? of! the state and are therefore i.|>l>ortun.ty '. .l. \ I :...lk -' u' .1. ,::1iMERCHANTS I I
f[ fully equipped to do Prescriptionwork. ,.at: italniiK-iii: / that :.; rarely ofi'en.d PHONE 61.Daytona. ..'1.II' lttUt. JM.H, :et't: llleI -t f i Ilf the 1 e I +

men and Nothing but the very best : !I.t'! l"tZ'I.: : and tourists: of l>.ty*< .. .1. I UK-si/ : reiiaole; : Mann!ad ni/,-rMil( ,I I t tI e

chemicals used and we know the The lecture by Mr. Clark added so Lodge i II'' GAMBLER ht<)i'k itn-u'i. : :, >j..kr"ulII. l,u'j] and

i business. :tt.ut i t{. the ploUuivs 1 : that to one No. 1141 I i TRIES HOLDUP GAME, I nur,erv: uec.i: >arnuii' > t '.ur '' I rl"..'

I i :' Ask your doctor he knows. i 0ha.:.Tiptions.Ill'\.t'r. hoard. they his apiie.tr clear: like and B. P. 0. E. I I SAN "FRANCISCO 1 Jan. ::> <;lu.. ,ticen -are only < oiii-tfiit: \' it!Ii. 1. ?
: mvphic! : : :
-- BANK 'ji'r...-::, ;-. made bai' 1IIe l i iI 1'
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''an t-nirel i new production for I' litnvts t Meets Every Tuesday \quality I : :;

k. HANKLNS, The Druggist, : : : 'h'<; rasp:d word pilat.i.-: : : :: i-.i. itt'etle 3 Evening. Visiting !,i. I .' 't' -. .i.', ;: 1II111.U' ;. ., y' nntn no'J: gItd: lt! !L I,,., : 'jlt I I j 1.. : :
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Se4 T E. Fitzgerald E. R. A. D. McBRIDE ; I .t : : t"\"l. : 11 .1 '
\\'here'olusia Meets Beach. I Ut'I': ,,: '1.t 'IG'u: ::'.:tJ CONRAD: Vice President '
I ;r'E s Geo. F. Crouch, Sec. J. B. , ,; iL 1 . ,
F. S. CONRAD Cashier ,
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GEO. WRAY I DELAND THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA 1 l''


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PLATER PIANOS VOLUSIA Volusia County, \,
===:== STETSON!
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Concert Tuner is situated 23 miles southwest of

I PIANOS FOR RENT COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the latter I' UNIVERSITY .:11.-.

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

DELAD, FLA. road recently constructed.At I Four Technical College KchooU.and 6

Defend is located the John B. Equipment co tIng J J.
that tlireSLULIIIULS 1 -
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- --. --- i'.onlv 1 on.- Capital $100,000Surplus Stetson University, one of the lead I Endowment nearly |HDO.UUX 4<: i.ooo. of Chi|

\, 'c.-==_ : = : WOM.4.N'S $50,000A. ing educational institutions of theSouth. Faculty of w Pro. C Hare
Fbotellfor f"'sws and In- F
__.. ;:- EXCHANGE Because of the interest in I structors. fhrtst!"n. w:
: ICE CREAM: ._ ; --- In III-tonll:. that e.tisusly but non-NfctarUn
-: : the hd"lIh '", D. McBRlDB matters educational DeLand is knownas I Teaching stree.tDry

Ia My quantity.MILLS' \\ the IlIt..t ,irtleIs. -siil'-nty "The Athens of Florid" For Information
IaIl on :Mrs. :M. J. B.CONRAD." uddrt"ls: ]
- J. HlItICS. n; '"olu"Ia Viet-PresidentH. : Stetson University has a faculty of Lincoln
Hulley
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J.,. 50 and instructors. There: Ph. D.. Lltt.p..- Jacob
European professors
: Lc A. WOOD,. LLD.
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Restaurant Cashier.DREKAS arc: over $400,000 in buildings and Pnoldt'n'J.

I I equipment; nearly $300,000 endow-
......................i.i. By L. C. DEMAREE. l.---------- fact must be apparent to the most Mist
ment; a Carnegie: Library alone: representing \
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superficial observer. With such lavish J. V.r. ?PERKINS( La.
: : One of Daytona's crowning glories an investment in building
HATS i wealth of natural beauty it became are vl<
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BUSINESS
: is her incomparable< beacn. Xo AND DEPARTMENT. endowment and books, of more than Volusuiaboard1
New Stock Just in atPeck's who haj set foot its an easy thing for the hand of
ever upon
= : one : PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS STORE $120,000. The: library is the: United
tor-am to give the Attorney and
I : Bargain House :11 smooth, racked sands; no one whoever finishing touch States Government depository for the: the Pal
which have wrought out the colors I t CounselloratLaw
its
bicycle over ex-
pedaled a
EVERYTHING State "of. Florida, and contains over
: 112 South Beach Street. !
and outlines of the big picture. I II -
pans. ; no one who ever drove a TO EAT, Phoj
sesisuiiii.isisusiesisisi 15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one
I prancing pair of horses and listened (- --) I Man did gill this in the laying out I TO WEAR *of 'the: newest of 16 buildings, with tug an
.......................... to the popping of their steel shoes I of the streets with their wide margins TO USE'r its an outlayof
... : furnishings represents
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= LING WAR-CHINESE LAUNDRY : upon its asphaltum-like: face; no one .isiusisisiu isisiii U j of parkage. The entire city becomes --Room $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of Will Practice inmate

111 NO. REACH: ST.IJ'NItht.' IIAYTO Shirts". KLA.IhtRsHhtrts 50. .. who ever steered a high-power automobile : E. S. HALL : | a gre.it: park, with driveways inter- I Reading Elevator Service. the most beautiful college buildings FederalCourts and the I).

: White Hhlrts inV! ln Knlrts Hi'. down the broad stretch of U S ..ss pt tin'), miles: upon miles of driveways Rest Room ft a Oaytl
Check Whirls Kt'ndrshirts, K.Nw a the South.
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Hhlrts 111rawcrs, It N! wave-washed and surf-packed sand : Architect and Builder : :,o good as to attract motorists ,. a plea
= l.: :3 G.A.DREKAS&'CO' :;"Thecity has a population of 2bont
Collars 8blrht'olluRtt.or C'uffs S!iHandkfrchlt-fs,Hocks. Jwr pair S but: realized: that it is a world beater : No.CtPalniettoAve. : I from all over the continent. M KKa !
0 IJELNDFL 3,5O0.vith a thickly settled country PELAND, FLA.
Ladles clothes at corresponding price a world-wonder. Go stand upon' : DAYTONA. FLORIDA. UU And as for the pavements pavements aup. ;;i
........................i.asiiiisisiii this wile and the S !j adjacent._ DeLand proper is five >
speedway see happy .B.B.....B.B.BB.isisu.isiI.I.I.R.I.I.Iu.I.I.I.I.I. thai: look and act like granitewhere .miles-east of the St. Johns River, on o a I

............. souls flIt by in joyous mood. and else between the eastern land of the I IVRIGHT
Volusia the high, rolling pine
lanswtr" wnerher this is not one of and wet,"rn seas are miles ountyAbstracLColf *
s*
I : H. C. THOMPSON Agt. : I < many great "Orange Ridge" of Florida. .,'
the seven modern wonders. S U I in pronortkm; to inhabitants? Thpa."eme.ut INSURANCE
: LAMB ENGINES : I W. C. CHOWNING M. D. I I : .The: predominating products are ( nerr
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question staId with the
: HUPMOBILES The Placid, Pellucid Haifax: River. | oranges and grapefruit the estimated
: General Medicine and 1 j street as:: one of the chief drawing Bert Fish, Presidentrury AGENCY
: OeKonstration Given at Any Time. : Where think you is water with more I). I..in ils. ,",PC- crop from this vicinity being over ...
cards. Till
: THONK. : picturesque surroundings? Nearly a : Obstetrics 1U j some unheard of place n-tary uiiil Treus. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes, 0
offlf. Hours: i::a)to:ia'7! > to H p. in. SS j reports more and better Daytona .
: .I.1s..I.a.i.isi.is..u.i.. I mile wide fringed with tropical vege- Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. UU j. throws down the gaui'tJet! to the Abstracts Furnished : peaches, pears, Japan persimmons, DcLand Florida ('1)

.......................... tation, artistic cottages with roomy .B.B9B.B.B.fl.B.B.B.B.B.B.S B world. and Titles plums, pecans, guavas, strawberriesand a a> _>1
I verandas looking out upon her bosom Perfectedand other fruits are grown in plenty. Ii %io
: JACOB Squirrels. Flowers, Binds and Fruit
ESPEDAHL :
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I gamey food fishes in countless numbers ;.......5SISISI.......... i Whi'.tcV'V one's shortcomings and Insured, In the: way of public improvementsare OLDESTLARGEST itrus
Contractor and Builder j
beckoning it those many miles of fine shell roads, an
as were to
f Designer and Craftsman !'however indifferent or even callous Maps. Tints! and
Superintend*L'onttrurtlon of Build- with rod and reelher; bosom flecked : DR. J. E. RAWLINGS I Blueprints Hupplli-d excellent high school, electric lights,
ings. finns urn! '-rirU'atlons| | one may hu to many things: the mere x
of waterworks that is owned
with duck and and I a system
coot
"I, on Hhort Sot h'". snowy- : Physician and Surgeon 1 metitiOi (.f "flowers and squirrels HKl.ANP. FI.K.: : and BEST 1' iiC
2 DAYTONA, FI.OUII : winged sea birds which sit about as I and operated by the city, supplyingthe
'IFFII'fo; sER Ko.I'\K| > I'I.AI'1o: birds and fiuits" will send a thrill (ifla
: 1U
.IC1SISI.I.IiIiISISU.iSI.IS1SISISIsis.sisI.iii.i. .f for :he sport of bobbing upon th 1 purest water at little cost
that is reflected m dis'ended
--- - -- ---- Plastic S pupil
.. waves: ; watch that lubberly: o'd l 0 USISSISlSSISISISSISl iiid! pI kl'd ears. BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that For Florida ,

a U white headed pelican pouch a fat DeLand is a church-going commu-
: OSCAR MICHAEL : ; For e.'ery vts'tor: with! a spare KOOL FARMS \ 005!
mullet and that fish: hawk stru: Jjn- nity. Baptists Episcopalians, Methodists -
t.isassisusuisususisisu.S J'- there L:. a bunny ready to com- COMPANY
: CONTRACTOR 2Filling j upward with his floundering load hei U .. (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES Shill
tiiI| : lie will Manufacture of
--c-pt your gift. st bolt
and i snau bed from the water : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS 1E 'I' Christians and Catholics TIMBER orTRUCK
: Grading !i''j) f C'IL: aid: knew i juts the nie.it LUMBER f UI See the beautiful lauu Heavy Hauling a Specialty. e E Civil Engineers (-.i.-.tii4;/ fnvtivH: saut-y glances at you LATH 1 I 55 's-k
: U | and span, witJi: hampers and lovkvns are represented.i !.
...............0.......... bulging with refreshments, both solid I DAYTONA. : : 1.nMJiinle J SHINGLESMOULDINGS i graded school offers 3 ten LAND
,
[l-'iu N 'L! ,. I'sually frt-j'li and Ko>: : "" nil for linrgnln
\! \ ...!, ,.' .! I.!' .'iid liquid ready for a cruise upon th S i-.I.'I..d: ..! !, s;:.. UU years' course, and the building which I-'h.cf.lu. 55-.
) S !i4: ( hy(-ir; 'round, you are reiuii.d- '\sit: -:
M. ELLA DeVO & CO. '!beautiful urface.. Take out your field: .ISRSISISlSIS.asIau.aSSa.SI.ISIo.Sa..E.I.ISROI. (1 1 oi' UoiiUiuith's ('OIlVIer.h'rl' : Vu'Miry's Paroicl i !Uoollnn Paints j it occupies is newly furnished THE GOULD-[ pa.o

.jlaaa: and sweep the river fri! \'':lilt. hull! iviiit-nt. i throughout, and is one of the most elate TI
;-I: :! :- its ifsyi '
< s!' ig ea \i i i-.t paid
MILLINERY f Ormoiid bridge to I'oace Parki Kllxin.ilo:I Pln-t. r i I commodious and best equipped pubI light I
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t :.d uiunicr's; lingering blo.-son: 5-; ;;:111.1:1P.rl'k!: I \WHEN\ CO .t
; : Are i !liyiit:; !hou&e. then say whether. Hi- S a ito..ud" .Urlc. lie schools is the State. I Jami.
Fall : I
Showing
StylesNo. E. L. STEWART are delayed. i.
1U
I {I Halifax iil1'a.. thing of beauty and : Kl.ANI. ,>. FLA. The trip from Daytona to DcLand pow -r-I
8 Beach St.. Daytona, Fla. I Physician and SurgeonS i'i on*' YtaJ: l rost-s of varigated hue 'Kl.ANM, FLA,
a joy forever, and one of the modern , ,. W is made by automobile in a little i
I >,j" \-l.l .UII".M! t..I--- .I 111! i : (?thl.l ini'.t; < ; another househo.'d! hi-- ,
: I.! _ _@ \\oud :;. U K\-: Kir.::, Tiroil I .! ami.! No- "'Ml.- SS and there I 10corner
-.--- - --- alld,, ,I' ,,,I. I!... \I.I. it.!i :,\'-1"1'.1 I : UU i (ij.-ij! !-h.uit! for the poimtetta. and the over an hour arc many
LANDIS &
:!'i -.! i. -.! .! fiSH! !
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The I .or -.1 s.' 1' II. I'-.n.; I ": i pretty drives in the vicinity of the THE
cnchantingly Picturesque Ridge- :'!'t.tIl1: Sin; : aflame; another is hid-
'lii.tour': t. asit. to. I. III. |
I. : : Attorneys at Law county site. A good road leads to enues;
East Florida I of
I wood.Iidgtvocd ; 't-ii ::i ;i junsk- tall cane'aret; ) GORDONGARAGE
SISRSISISISISUSISISISISISISIS J'racllc: 1 nJ! I nil!1 five historic pl (0
I DcLeoa Springs, miles a
.- the spce, :: of life and here is wherei State and K-U.-rnl I
avenue is upon the crest CourtsHpoclal where 60,000 gallons of water
Telephone Company i \ find: it. spot
I I of a broad: ridge, straight as the crow B.BtB.B.B9B.BB.B.B.B* : > fl1 'lIl1h's fortflv.st1gttifl bubble from the earth minute.
S U i The birds flit in, and wiiJi their *! and every
flies and the wide spreading branches p.rfaeting i : tit 1./1 I The
: w Connections at Daytona ; : DR. F. H. HOUGHTON J jo\ OUS iK'tts! help to give fuUn js.j. .< I I'KLANI'' : KLA. From DeLand automobiles go south
of 'he heavy-trunked live oaks extend : to Ostecn 18 miles, on shell and DeLandHeadquarters
hd to the
j. .Nvnimtiry picture.
I Ib
'\ for Long Distance Points g their g'aut arms across the mag- marl roads tbcSt.Johns is crossed
II ; by
nii'ic''iM: v'sta. forming an arch and Dentist for fruits: choice citrus tn ; SMART{ OLY I for
s'j
ferry near Ostecn and cars can then
j H. C. THOMPSON Mgr. i j from these: extended: aims fea- ti-. n> >I'i HUi.kV I SS | I llaHotl:1> xitlds: the pain: to none AutomobilesAtiKNTFOR
great ('11(551; .iZ \ -t ttd.ottt: i Hruli- UU Isaac A. Mt.wartEgford continue to Sanford and Orlando by
; ,,!X \ i toons of Spanish moss sway as the S quality and quantity per acre. There Poly hard road. There is shell road
!
.1..0..*..BB it.i> scores of citrus in :Mary htcnurtAttorneys a
I grcvt prosmy I .
trade winds
from the : Maxwell Touring
tropic seas .
from DcLand to five
Orange City,
J at Law
J fan them. Looking straght: ahead .B.B.B.B.B.B.B.fl.B.B.BOB. :: to the city branches: bettdin mid Notaries Public miles and a good road from DcLandto Cars and 1

!i7| :T. McCLELLAN f II Jown this white shell street one has 2 T. E:. FU/u-rakl' .K: 1>'. ';it. : 'to the erth:: with their burdens of h.L\SI' FLA. I Lake Helen, a like distance. ; RunaboutsArthur
!1.;Oils Kclden globs Hhich for
the
impression of a fairy path withiftea
; m FITZGERALD & OATES :5: :; }L. ;iuty. proflica and aid desirable
draperies but I
Mill
Work as you move
2 Attorneys and Counsellors: at LawS JSM '!11..litisould. truly astonish you. J.A.ERICKSON. BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO.Miiiiufactun
'long and cast an eye first to th? ... .
| :i! Kiciliti: I 1 'I. "K:Miinniin :; UU Royal 1' HuwUnHAMLIN
Write or ask him about auytbinI' I right and then to the left you see :.n id i lp..rt.tin.. I .MlTitl'n! SI The Fastest Autos and The Finest I : rs!
I
you want made oi wood Everyi i distinguished cottage homes' in the :: IIn"" -. in < "<..nrid I I'.iu.. ..g. "I'hono lsB 1 Out. & CO. Light Granite Buff, Red awl

thing the best. !. I most delightful settings.See .lB.BB.3.l.fl.B.BOB.B.B Thefrv! i.th world wonder o'j' I Ik' Large-u: lodt( of ; Drab BrickI 1I

I '.ho glistening leaf of the grandmagnolia Pianos, Organs and I .1:ri-- (':'1':in" ,III' -, I'ronifit Shi
.
North Rid ewood Ave. Phone'-123. .'" which nature has .\!.!. ,!.. .SS"S_ ,S '!.'!.' '.,. . . ..... -. ? l'CIUt'"b tI..r from .Mi.sjsoii: I Sewing. Machinesil . 1.1. .0.! \\i.- : !:..,.:.Uit .ud Pricf.|>-. &
] varnished ". .t'-: .>-ii \I ht ne. from Kalania/.o : >: h .f .l.i<-'on\ :it- LAKK Jii.LKN.: :: KLA.LAKE .
o
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k!I \!\! ..t! : ; DKl.AM: *. KI.A.ALLbN'S. HAMLIN
: : j ;is no iirt's/'s' brush ever could; and DR. J. P. ESCH "
-I-.tiib'it
ti ;.nd you will:!! he "showr.i iI I

i the cabbige palms with their burdens !!i Physician and Surgeon I It"-.t' ;lS where th' w world's rd fo; HELEN

IIII llI1 f .1 I PICTURESQUE{ { PORT ORANGE ;; >-if, ahay! fruit and swaying ptlMsre : i .'. ltlli-U'i': l'i"\. IMi'i! I h, ., .. -...Ii'h..r1. p, spot-d. :s broken \\ ,tit e\ !ry I't"'urritl I I Surrounded by several pretty lakes Attorneysand
I thlovely with its .
holly
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exquiait'j !- \1. "K: ( hi'-' I h. .-Hi.-' '115,1. :' I. _' J p.in. f -' .i'.11"1.utus.; th- t-t:: tiie iast'1 and
----- !J .. .. guarded by loity trees is
IJtl"- -; see tho climbing \ iuei '.t.,7 "p.m. l i" t.\i I..N \ XM lo Po.-toUic. pine Counsellorsat 1I
!- UK: 't ill.IADAS'. :iiJ tin- lint :anon diy: p.-j: Lake Helen
POUT OIIANI.KuprtityiitIsin.z i- i : a winter resort of no LawI'F.LANK
i : I i viu nat in the trees; see the lQ piishuijiis .!-S.!" ."..,..... ....s...... ..... .!\.,. .J :- tIiC' :::;Id the! : t by: ; j>ii''w is as !t'I: .! a.-j. I DRUGGISTS little importance. Camp Cassadaga
: i PORT ORANGE[ : forms waich; gain a foothold ,
situated 11\<' 11111. I II t.p'i l !:*" :lrt..Stan.1..1'l J'ro.u th1 JEWELERS
t : . . . a spiritualistic carnn-ground is situated -
the .
t.outbof I I>aytona on i>u great oaks and<< :ut.-*l.I l.\ !'tSI !- ! .! ! !'!. ! !!''m'! '-!' !- : liHMis.iLd-: : flowing! wt-Ls.!: It.* a ) FLA.
ihs HaytonaS..wHrnyrna HOUSEl I p.i'-ma.': and surely you will join :n I .',,1.\: '\J'. FLA. near Lake Helen and at this
,
I 'l rout:: iitious show with aoAtaiitl: t >
hard -ur- :: 'Jiieloon( and say that this is a POOL PARLOR[ j .u .'t I ii'; scene. II i i place several hundred people make
t t c road. tht- se.nhthighway 1 winter headquarters. A
S Fred \\orld wonder for beauty. ; laigc lumber "
Cummings I
NOW OPEN. G. W.
S Fisher fOUNTAIN'S"DaLAXD
oft!b. Ei.tt'tiSt. : i !- I EythiJg goes, from a Jhorr : ". i. mill and the largest brick plant in

located! on Tht th town- ILiti-I.. Owner aDd Manager i Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage ;: Clean and Warm and ; 'i '."\'- up u a .''''-bor f power, and ,, Drug Co. 1 the South are located at Lake Helen. jo'L.\

i Homes. j-Jl d'/greeo: : of speed from a canter I
A Good Place to Rest
fax Klver anll.i 1 Drugs Stationery :I ORANGE CITY
connected with tu. i to a two-mile-a-minute, dip."ou will:: ;
5 Pool Now Huylcr's Candies i ClothingFurnishings
: Play ,
No
PORT OWE one of Daytona's attractions piobably! catch the sprit: whyo The
penlniala oppositeliy I I i principal attraction around
; Checks Given Kodaks Cigars I
: a.bridge. perhaps: commands more nearly universal (io the roads and the beach are. yours.. 1'KLANM' FI.V.A. Orange City is the many handsome Shoes

The town Is w.-ll. BEACH attention and praisa than dOt.sthe Myrtle Ave. and Beach St. 1 The Florida sunshine is fre, thc golden orange groves. The town is I

many bid out pretty and homes.A has. Lots for Sale. artistic cottages. The owners of iiM l.o.! (!., \.iX .!...!V!'! 'AS> I 1 (M-iniy ocean breezes are free the I supplied with water said to be the !

large numlwr of these l'harming'fll hail from every oir..a and squirrels, and flowers art- j H. IOOOAIL purest in the world, another attraction -

tourists and winter Liberal Allowed Terms for corner cl the country and they bring ............................ fv e. t::.e sparkling fountain: water i'r to visitors. It is at Orange: City

i residents make I'ort. IMPROVEMENTSOcean their own architectural plans azdbuilt : When You Are Looking for : e and you will ba'to go down i The that passengers over the Florida East
headquarters
OrangtH'lnt..r River upon them and. as the arch- wallet only for coin i Coast
or i.MO soiir for R
Leading y. transfer to
.n?' of the I of : Some One to Dot : carriages and
.ectura section '
FISHINGI'onvtnient one of the
countr.-
and bed and board.
drive
auto
wveral attractions : GROCERDELANH. to Deland. The town is sur-

!<>lns: the excellent Kac to("our Autoluotsilt. -. differs; from the architecture of alI : Pits :is i.o fanciful} picture; it's: all: rounded by land peculiarly adaptedto I
fishing. and KriUgf.!, I other so do our homes differn Electrical Work : ). FLA.
A short distance Apply: to outward appearance and structural | j h- ;-"-. It :.:. drawing other thousands ; the cultivation of citrus fruits. I I ''t !.A-SO. I>'LulU 0\

i west Dt Port Oran! W1 L C. HOWES beauty from :aha i'o'd'iij: them enthralled, it w.ll __ _
another.
one There
I, .n ri:"E' old the remains Hunlawton I of Port Or.inue.:\;!' nt: Ki.!: I no monotonous rows of strikingly are : PHONE 14 I IJFORLAWJ curio! ;ui'J holdoii.. Come and see. I j :.......................................................

j similar build'ngs but the - i :
sagar mill. a place eye, as it ?

l'.at Is Visited t.,-'r:> Port Orange 'I swnt by, i is treated to a kaleidoscopic "From the Grove to the Table" ;;, : THE DAILY NEWS !
y -ar by bundf'-d-
change which
keeps the mind; t
I /urlsts. One titti.sttheeountryw.t. OYSTER: CO. 'I %ondi-iug/\Vhat next?" INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT t t. .

c.f I Port Orange surrounding It. HUPOXTOrowir I It is no only the exterior of manyof : THE ELECTRICIAN. : AND ORANGESGron .. ..
and iK-nl-T
the Halifax. .
the-.3 homes which on
th- old rivets
attention -

i-illl: was u "Il..t Indigo I OYSTERS CLAMS and I i I ; vvi'.b.c they are models of conenivnce : Best Prices Best Work J The fi-icat quality of fruit for salein : Gives Away to some three persons-whose *

':: and su ar cane Pt.Orn nc.--Itiivtonti \ and the finishing; and furn- 2 NORTH BEACH STREET sine, boxes or car lots. Special names were mentioned in: the .

plantation. The mill :j ishing jive evidence of the eleguru-e . atteruici paid to filling orders.
was operated,'xtenlvely and cultivation! .......s .................. t Every Day t
I I in those early I'' C. llo'sl'[ of those who worked MUNROE & STEVENS previousdayspaper '

I ti tya lout has Ix-en io I it aU out. Indeed it is the mierior B.BB.B.B.BB.B.B.B.B.B.B. GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. .. .

""I tiuxfor forty or I :arrangement: and artistic furnish.ng U UI .
Real
Estate
I fifty years.eiy Insurance ,: and shnding.: more than the exterorappearance JOHN P POLLITZ 1 Office Next: to the Ridgewood Hotel. : Four Tickets to the Crystal *
I I .
A \ interetindrive ;! .
I I that gives a surpassng: : Theatre and Merchandise
J from Iiaytor.ato I !\ a :
I t" I.y ocran I.. ad! OT.Pl'BLIC I charm to L'aytona homes. This feature : Suchard Chocolate .. ........ .t.t!. ...J./...... ... . .. I .

't th1 approach! [ Port Orange. Fla.I : justly merits proailnence: _I.::. :another I / : Order for 25 cents on some t
0 5 and lOc Cakes 1 | GITTENS & MESSING
lit'- Tort ('r.I wonter.? I ,

: l>ri.! ..>, ucro t!. S.. .......1.............SS1 ; .. ... . .I- -.,. : local store. : : : : : : ? t

IrUi: -.' and t 1 Itp :a I S. G. MARIl! Streets anjj Pavements the Most ..............&.........a. !: -x fs\\ Fresh FishNL' .
.
>siug; through t.rInipai h .
,. "tr. ".! (I. II' and Best : McDonald's Boat Yard U SU | x Tt Clams .. I

Port oran!:.' *o 'h- [(ienraI \\- tuArchitect of the t":.. '_>.- Established! 1903 ." .
.. of th. *. !. and Rose Bay Oysters .,
ru .o; - I Watch for them
rcd old su";;.. r Merchandise chose to give: Daytona the mot ..a- 1 CHAS. M MCDONALD, proprietor *j jRailways. : ---your name may :

mirab! the most picturesque nauii : : : ; Market on South Beach Street
mill returning: t<> I I ; Boats Built. Repaired J !

1'a -lona l.jth..- rod ''urt 'iran<<. I1n. i setting of all the cities of the Sou'.;: S and Housed. UU ; Phone 5 Prompt Delivery' be next. :
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uu th iua ilatul. tot revealed but that such :is ,1. SSIIISISISIIISISISISISISI.I I
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; ft Atlas and His Load. ;Y-Y"I
Y Strictly speaking, "atlas" Is a mis- ['I PROGRESSIVE NEW S ,
Davis Elkins Succeeds Father
DA j i nomer for a map: book since It was .

And Is Senator For Few Days not the world but the heavens!l. that SMYRNA is situated fif-
L i the "atlas" of mythology: upheM} M*rcator. HOWEAND / NEW miles south of Daytona ORANGESIf
the famous Inm-li geographer.
reached
and is an ideal spot :you want the
STETSON .- who made glolios for Emperor ('lIlrlt: I from Daytona by a hard surface road very' best Orange :1L
.. o ..... - V. of (;ermutc. was the first to use\ CURRIERFLORIDA winding through one of the most picturesque apply at
UNIVERSITY :: t )1a the name: in this onnettion. htMixing: I parts of Florida. Point Grovefor

DELAND, / '- I It as a convenient and in -onie ort an With its ancient ruins dating backto ..Ktnl In nd In-
'our Oollegei FLA.and 6 ".- I appropriate title 1'eeiu.e Atlas, the a time when the history of man than IU\.rOntnlle.; .
i LANDS runneth not interlaced with wiresof t lie l lst In the
.Technical Hchoolt. t j. J. :Moore and daughter, EugenIa,: dt'mloll1iurc'S: ; wHIt world upon his'! "tli t...
Equipment
coitllne the modern telegraph and telephone -
f' Ill., relatives of Airs.1 1 shoulder of NF:w !'4\IYH.\-\:
frontispiece somee.vrly
nearly si Xnoo. of Chicago as a its miles of shell streets as Grove situated Mm.
Endowment I'l.l till l'.1
I Faculty of 4V$S Pro-X.ooo.) ? CH. Abbott arrived recently and'1 i : works on ;geography; hard and smooth as a floor and over- from Daytona oa
the Oaytonn-New
I lessors and In.tractors. are with .Mrs Abbot: at her Bay .Atlas: it was said, made \\"ar"itb M. LEIDERSDORFResideDt arched by hoary forest giants that Smyrna Road.
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I but non Christian ctartan' . ....10. street home. / .,l" ether Titans upon> Zeus and being;: Agent grew in stately grandeur during the Prices Moderate:
I Teaching t. conquered, was l'Ontlt'mnE'tf to hear Town and lapse of bygone centuries New FERD "

I for address Information: I; Dry Ineoak stove wcod for sale. ,.,', ',\ heaven: upon his head and hands. Liter Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNProprietor

1 Lincoln Hnll '* Jacob E-pedahl, S J IUdgewocd"e.. tradition represented him as a man Property and rest. i I
1 Ph. i) .. } of Medusa's, head
changed
LL; lltt.IiPrrsldenl W-Gt I ; by means All nature here is very inviting to I
/ "
p Into a mountain upon which rested II
the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here

Miss Haas and Mrs.I John F. who GilILs. \\\'J.4) <' 'f:1' Ii heaven In: any and ease,nil Atlas its stars was always associated R. S. HALEY too is to be found the best fishing and I il
A. Bennett's sister, '
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I. I. PERKINS \: with a lieaiy burden strongly; hunting in the state of Floridaa.The ,
t' are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bennett on <: : I!
Volusia avenue, left this morning I \. ::; : :: i horne Thus Shakespeare: makesar- General people are thrifty the business

wics say' to Worcester.: men enterprising and all unitein
aboard the steamer l". S. A. to make I .S J ; E'.j Hardwareand
Attorney andCounsellor 0; Thou art no Atla* fur ao great a weight extending the welcome hand of
r the Palm Beach trip. w1 l { I
I / lJ {Itit It I is llilimVult to !-ee how b> ana hospitality to strangers. There are

.... t.i\ x.iatiou[ of idea this inline t., ln Builder's
at Law : Phone 2S will call for jour cleaning / c five church edifices for white peopleand I .

-. : and pr !'s1ng. tf BURNETT. I .... J chosen maps which is the upholds name and for a exhibits book of to i Supplies an equal number for the colored I Ii

Furnitureand population; the town has an excellent : \I .
us the whole \\orld.A
I Will PractUe InState r-- Mh,s Mary Curtis, a member of 'm l high school. a splendid public I I .-

and t the Delineator) editorial staff. was> Plea For Rubbernecks. library, aad up-to-date business ': I ,s

FederalCourts r r.: a Daytona visitor yesterday and made 1 t i Be good to the rubbernecks They UndertakingNew \ houses I I II I i'"
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r a ple-asant call upon her fril'ndlbti: i are the people who find time to attend SmyrnaTHE I There are any number of pretty !, I 1 1i

M. Ella Deor.1if: >3 Cuk ia" is mak the weddings; and who make the (public homes for the permanent population, 1I

DaLAND: FLA. tug a tour of the state k compam opinion that decides if the bride which numbers close to 2,000.. and I f :

with, a part of friends fruit: Jackson, looked pretty or was a fright They some very tine winter residences. STAIMIAKl i

Mile. l also attend the funerals, and it is There are good hotels and boarding i If
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through th"m that busy people learn houses where you can find accommo- : 1 I
"Now is .the time fox, ylantia j lit the corpse looked natural and if the F. W. SAMS dations to meet your requirements. I NEW SMYRNA I !; '.'
[ -). Laurel live III ''t
Cherry fence Box 89
I I relatives were as grief 4C-121 I should !have 11\11.l : They decide if a l'i. >klentGLO ,
oi land be
AGENCY -4, section vegetable as can
II Womau'y new dress is becoming i ; if a Rates: L. BRANNING !
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anywhere.
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Miss Helen Ingram, of Cincinnati t
; _., I Girl makes a good matt b. if a new" 53.00 Day
t. --.I per divided into small farms which can I
Ohio, for three and onebalfears ) ) l -- ,1 I baby is prettj They make the SI'IIt1-! a -
)cLand Florida I Special per be at reasonable Some j :ij ,
.. bought prices.
a missionary in Egypt, aud Mrs. J'i I ment that I is favorable! or opr.sed to a General i
II :Moore, a member of the Missionary '; girl's sinking; her piauo playing: or her WeekEII"t of the finest celery grown in the state : : t

Board of the Interior of the Congregational 1 Copyright bj American Press Association. i re-itatit'ns: : in public They are the : Iluntnua is raised on .this land. All other vegetables I Banking l ',1-,I
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>LDEST church will address the; VI ELK1NS. the sun of the late Senator Stephen It Hiking his t'i'! I opinion makers. Be good to them. l-i-lim grow in abundance, and here, I I ,

annual meethgof the Woman I DA unique distinction of ha>-ing/ been appointed to till the \.\.uaiK'in tll i:i I At<-hison i' (;1111 It' NKUN: : UN.KI too is the home of the famous Indian : 4 Per Cent. Interest!. ',_
LARGEST i -- II I 1.111:11 I:I I'.x' I I on Time Ltepo Auxilliary of the Congregational'j United States senate caused bj the death of his !lather Win MLlkius I: I Tulips. River oranges.

and BESTor church at that church.. tomoriow i I is but thirtj-the years old. but he has!! for many years 1"4'< lulii{ cutiie from the Le\ant fhej i

evening at 7SO::: o'clock. I' the practical manager: of his fatlur's. vast {'llh'rlristOsl1l1, \ he i is a ;good l 111I- I J'rllwil.1 in I'tiroi: ..*:"in Turkcj Lady ---- ----- r
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ness man. It is though: that his :appointment to an othco which he could! !b: > ; Holland gave them to Kn:laud in 1N>4I ;

-' Florida Dr. J. C Herman: Osteopath 20 but a few days was fop the purpose of giving him prestige that wouM ::11'+ I .................................... ................
him In making a camass for the senatorship in 11)12hen Dave Illkit:: : .......................... Ns
.. Volusii Axe., Daytona, Phone 10. tf I
FARMS .; i as he Is called by hU intimates was named by Governor Gla soock fur'I. I I.I I.
I : R. H. MCDONALD t
his father's death the commission was hurried t. The Co.i
GROVES :Manager E. I.. Uunu, of the eloitrulight ; place made vacant by ; I Joseph Zapf ,
Washington so that he could take his !eat at once, as the legislature wi;! I
TIMBER or plant has a force of men at I I MEATS :
II: soon to convene to elect the man who will finish Senator S. B Liking :ice; .
TRUCK work putting up the new- power pared> term.England's. * JACKSONVILLE. FLA. :
LAND cable. After these cables. are in I ,. I.! Florida and Western * -
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stalled the light and poweruiirreiKh: '! t Is called the and most reliable liquor t '
!send fur liiirgnln I' Putting It Off. : The Choicest Steaks and justly largest :.
l shtctto.THE will be seperat during the ('ar:>" "Regicides. I
part of the evening and this, will obviate : "Rt'kitll's"; in Kaghsli: : history are! Tess-IIe |'rojK.s; GOULDPOTIEN the commissioners api'"inted to try he was so impatient: He wanted\ isle .
the present unsteady supply of i: King Charles I.. 1.0> in nutnltor. tlr, to Litany him ri;.:ht awa)'. Hut: I Wl, T..phon.h. iis .h"ti: u want and: l w.. Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer :
t light furnished l 11) the incandescent .... :
CO whom seent.act. and hfl\-nine not to be burned ; Y \\tll'II.S.'avor to that! \out; It. JPOULTRY
i. Janij, which are now effected b>- the' signed the death warrant Jinuarj.1! Jt'yi-Su you put him off. eh? I 1'110/1'/ .'C Special attention is called to the :
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I I.:I .VM It. FLA, power current. I IrtlD! Of these. list. t\\eiit>-nine were :, Toss-Yes. indeed. I told him bed t MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT.Price :
tried and ten exe-Mited, i\ have to wait until toinorron : : .
FOR PENT: -Furnished residence i I
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Wrestling In Vienna. :
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corner liMgewood:: and \olasia avenues i : lists will be furnished. :
THE Wrestling is almost. a national spurt : Cinskrlt" the Im: ;,:uu'e:\; of the Ilrah_ : tt-r tliiiiK: %oil ln\i: of vllin-.: : cheerfully

[GORDONIQARAQE to; S.eight II GO1 rooms"}F; or and any bath.agent Utf Apply :: -i I I In \'[ieII1l:!, and royalty attends the /! mans tlf Itllil.:i is i, at lean. as am tent a 5 : .+ the chok.-t.' .. ....................................................... i
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i [ clay, from December 1 to April 1, by StoreDAYTONA i i ; :

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

T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor.C. Exceptional MontysavlngValors
: lubricating oils on the market. : :


j I I SHOES I IL 11 11I GEO.HARRY. S. HARRIS F CROUCH L.as ROOD,second City, Superintendent.Entered Editor.Adv.class Manager matter. Japanese Enamel Laces Ware In China I I :f WE REPAIR :i .' 0s..



Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. : Greatly]
the postofficeat i ti
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Daytona, Florida, under Act of Opposite Webster's Grocery Store I:; .. i :

March 3, 1879. I, Seabreeze Ave. i 0i :


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ARE SILENT SALESMEN .A+..+ ...+... +*++ ++ +++* *+***+ + 0 : HunOHN'

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..............................eeo..ee................ \ Clarendon! d Garage 6! g C Co REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS BY : i -

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t HOTEL CLARENDON SEABREEZE, FLA. : Toast Your Bread.in 2 Minutes
I I Rail and River. ] OPPOSITE :

By :. AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. tr8 I'honrradon'tillExchange.. :. \f :

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ATLANTIC COAST LINE. INCREASE OF BUSINESS I A ffEEK[[K OF GAIETY{ L15 jIfl;; ELECTRIC TOASTERS 5. .8.

OVER LAST SEASON. .
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Best-Service to* the East The idea seems to prevail wlch.; .I AT THE" WARD" HOTEL.[ i Liii-r .: ANDIRONS I select
some people that the tourist t.-avel
Jacksonville TJtOa.m. is heavy this season as us :
Palmetto Limited. Arrive Navannah.llJ3a.ni.Auirusta : not so 1 help
s)p.m. ual and because some of the larger THURSDAY AND FRIDAY -
I DAILY. Carrying through Coaches :: ( hnrlreton'::::::::::::::: : p.zn: : TUESDAY J with
l/ Rlchntond.......... ..... 431 H..m. hotels ore not yet overflowing they GARRISON The Electrician. Phone 71 :
Elect ric-Li h hted Pullman Drawing Room .. Washington... ).OHa.m. imagine there are not so many visitors EVENINGS DEVOTED TO B. finest

Sleepers, Dining Cars. Jacksonville to ".. Bnlthnort'\\'. fo"i.: :: : y.toa.m.::'. : in Daytona as last winter, when I ... ... i Su
PLEASANT
New York.... 150 p.m. ENTERTAINMENTS 0
York. - -- ---
New quke the contrary is the case. Mostof NN.0......NNNNNN...0.0.0.ON/0.eNNNNN.: :...
New York and Florida Special. Dally Except Humiuy. NO.** the smaller hotels have been full FOR THE GUESTS. :

Description of this pDpular train de l"UXI"Lt-a.t'/ .. JtckiOn'-III..l I'savannah. .......... .;........... 5.)1 l.lop.m.., p.m. for several weeks and the large I BOND LUMBER COMPANY !
consists of Pullman Drawing Tuesday night a guessing party at
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train
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be crowded
Boom, Htate Room.SlrepingMningand,, 1 LI- Richmond Chftrlt'bton.... ..111 p.m.It.m.1 hotels do not expect brary-Obiifrvatlon cars heated by; Meain.Arrl.. ..1f.:5a.m.! untiil: after the through trams are put the Howard contributed to the en- .
the new high-speedhrakrsd ,and .. Washington Raltllllort..... ..... .II.:W 8.m. ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER : .
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1?brtfllinth' lighted throughout hy electric- t. ,u l.tlS on and the travel is now coming' very joyment of the guests:: of that pleas- O
/ tty IPf''lltl' lights being pro"idtd'lor rush I .. sewl h1IKd..lpb1 Penn Tt. K- p.m. satisfactorily, although the onlookerat ant hostelry. Thursday night they Laths. Shingles, Flooring Ceiling Brick. Lime and Cement ia Stock .
comfort In writing 2X& .
S&SSffff perfect \ .& w., :t'd! .St.85(1( p.m. : << night. the depot might be misled from 'were entertained! with a delightful N
> i Leave Jacksonville: ti.15a.niFlorida the fact that the arrivals formerly musicale and last night was devoted Z Phone 83. R. J. MALBY, Manager : ..
Indian Limited. ................
and West I(Arrivesvxnnth.** Aujtustu 6.'i1)l.aip.ni! p.w confined to two trains are now dis to cards.At ...............................................+....4I ..

DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches, I, Charleston Hchmond................. i.tft.IIIIt.m.p.m tributed among half a dozen. In the first table, where the game C
Electric-Ligkited Pullman Drawing RoomSeeping :.:. \\nlbtn! ton....... ...... !tl.11)x.m) proof of the heavier arrivals it may was six-hand euchre, \Vni. Conkltn: ................................._4.......... 0r.
Cars. Jacksonville l Baltimore.... ............1utlzxan .
Dining
I Cars 'y. Pbihul..lpbla..lip.m.Ot'w : :: : be stated that both G. A. Foye and was obliged to cut with Messrs. P. .
t.oNewYork. :- York. 1.50 p.m. Jame Rix who conduct hack linesto I 1 T. Stevents and George Moody for I 1 ) .

Coast Line Florida Mail. Leave Jacksonville...........: ...')..')p-m the railroad depot, state that theirrtcpttS the prize. I I Ir r.
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DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches j Charleston............... sjan.m : .
(' aDd Electric-Lighted D ra wi n gRoom'|', ... 'Ftlcttinond""'hlngton .-.....-........If-"'.'U.I p.a)..11II ,. same period last sca"On.150., there I second table: and here Miss Blood .. Th.
I Seeping Cars. Jacksonville to New York. I isiitimore\ i.::::ou.iu. ii; LO question but that there are i and Mr. Boughton were the swctts- ::1 I II
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Philadelphia than
i Stops at Meal tlltton<; I .. .' . many more cottages occupied ful players. r .
X New *ork :
I I.MaI. Sleeper Jacksonville to Savannah. for several past winters. A,; the third a bridge table! the Sew 0

Best Trains to the West.No. prizes were won by Mrs. B. F. Sauls: I I Ii ..

WHAT GOOD\ BUTTER DOES.Jacksonville. > and A. P. Clark. ......i

.1. No. 5. South Atlantic Limited : No. a:1.: :tnniI Nos.: .$!. Montgomery Route !':a7atal No+'\I:. Fla.. Jan. i7:: i: ll..Mr. Number four table, Five Hundre :
-I Iv Fla.,I being the garr.-? gave for ka pri/ i .
- II I II II. S. Miller Daytona all day without fatigue? Foolish question II .0110/ I
BJbpm LJllck.oI1'lllt' . Ar NIipni; I l 1311m ;l.v Jal"k..oll'.lIh.\r 7.;""m Dear &:.r:-A few weeks ago, we winners Mies Grace Couaway., and
8.40pmr sitani .\r .. .l.uul.\llk..\till D ta .. .. Lv Lviii.pm..a.!.;i5m l.luputlAr"!.:.'u mr iloutgomrry..I.v:Binnin :hani. 1.\ :Agri C1ipm7.1a pin mailed out circulars in regard to "Uut- \Vta. Session-: : isn't it? No it's not for it means, do youor N 0.

3.06ant'Ar' In"lunal'oll I.v ."..111 ifill pot Ar u..ll1110' I." ".:!:.antEvun.vlllr ter. More Duller and Becter Birj.er," 'the fifth table, also of Five Mini .

8.J.IOamr 15pmIAr':, .. ..C'IIIl'll1l1atl.. l'hirugo..Lv.Lv t>;..111t1l1 IIVmI .l.l.ltllll.. .\r ... i+t.i.ui. .......1.I.v, I.UI'UJ1 xtupm all of it meaning Meadow Gold" dred. had for its moi success:ul i do you not use Westinghouse Sewing I .0

I i lI':'.IIIII1\\r.\ .. ....'hlcago..l.v: 1i."plUXo. :! Cutter. \Ve regret to advise that players, Mrs. C.V.. Hammond : n I : Machine Motor? ..

Sl : : we are now entirely out of butter al- Miss F. J. Hutchins. Two other tables I
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IFA M..I Dixie Flyer Route I N. "-'. \I:!. Seminole Limited No. y1 .
1 1j though we expect to have more of did not finish the game. I With it, you cannot only sew all day .
-j : this butter in time to make j Before commencing the card games: ; .
better
tt.f6pnt'Lv..Jacksonvlllr.' .. Ar, .f.'tlll1' 1i.1 11111 11.\, ...,.Jack.onville..An. : : ...CLtnm.n i without fatigue, but you can sew a great i .
10.16 pm Ar.\Viiycru.. ..... ...1"/1 III I 1i'.4;) phi'Ar. '\ l.ro..i. d.tUlitII morning. II i a guessing; ; contest was indulged in, i ;
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1 Mimi Ar..ltlanta 1."j .111111 '''!tlllr. \IINUIv. .1.1 I.":; It III Miller the first prize being won by .
To tell the truth Mr. .
(4046 put Ar.. ... .:\"IID\'UI. i.a5uut I Ifl.tlam 11.: mint .1r. RI rotinglutui Lv. t.11I JlII1 I 0 deal more than you can by pedaling. Whatdo .
{ I.\r.... "'hicngo. .1.1+ g-:!! JlIII I ..1:)Iltll I.\r ..... l'hkllo ......I.s \1..11'111' "Meadow Gold" Buster has so taken j Mrs.l George Moody and the second .
7.YO ant Ar.......St. Lout..... L' 1'1.:0> 1'11I 1 7.i nut '.Ar..i4t. Louh......l.v'11.lipii' .j' i the absence of costs I .
Clark.
I the trade by storm that, notwithstanding by. A. P. you suppose fatigue .

it I For Rates Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or Write our increased orders to I : in the current taken by the motor? Only I a i i'I ..
the are unable: to i .
creamerye supply I
i A. W. FRITOT Division Pass. Agt. W. D. STARK. Traveling Pass Agt. I The Animals In Heaven. .
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i . the demand. Instead of having! According; to the Mohammedan's be half .a cent an hour. .
STREET
138 WEST BAY
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weekly shipments, we are now placing ! lief, there are ten animals in Leaven. 'I I I'I .
= orders for a shipment e\ry the These form tIre follow in;; strange ta,- .
Steamers U.S.A.AND I days and, if necessary, we will order;i lingerie: The calf uttered by Abrubam. .....

Seminole Limited a carload every day, so send along: the ox of Muses the whale of Jonah '
the ass of llalnaui.! the mm of Isbl It.1. 'I'S'I
SOLID> TRAIN your orders. I 'I 1 The Schantz Electric Ice
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the ant of Solomon the camel nf the
Constitutionare VAN DBMAX & LEWIS CO. II .
Electric Lighted Throughout. --= prophet SaliH-h. the cuktxj of P;ilkis."" .
H ,! the dog of the seven sleepers and \1! .
OBITUARY AND CARD OF THANKS .
& now running betweenDAYTONA Borak. the animal which carried Mohammed and Water Co. .
*& > Edgar: C."ells was born in Washington to !heaven.Jan. I .

and : Iowa Marco 1C, 186'J; and departed ,I I'' .N..N...N......N........99+C999999999996999999969 ..
l this life Ja lIar 24: 11M1 N
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PALM BEACH aged: 41 year, ten ninths and eight j I .
'Pg1l RE OPO days.: He leaves a wifi?, father imKhIT ,, 1770-Beginning of the administration, +99999999999999999999999+9Q999999999999999t999(.999999 StealPali
and a sister. For the' past rivftir of Lord North, during; which th .. '
E ,i Leaving Daytona Saturdays and American colonies were lost io .
CHICAGO ST. LOUIS > :* as an employe of the Southern 'I .
Britain. ISouthern !
8:00
Tuesdays at : a. m. F.x;rt'ss company he proxed himfarUiful : Great Railway .
AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. bound South. 1SX:>William Hicbling Prescott, distlnsulsh .
?!*\It to every trust paced inhl'it. .
1 ()l>ser\ntion I'ompartmi tit ami "'I..p-|. : Leaving Palm Beach Saturdaysand I ; 'd historian, died; bornl ii | .
lay ('ar". Iiulix l.lthitht.i : FrKcCllnllit t !' '!*;. J :NORTH( EAST ADVEST: .
: ,'halr"'II'. I'ltuii::,'ar.'Lv. Tuesdays at 9:00 a. m. I Mrs E. C. \VeIs! wishes to iii nk formally .
of Cuba
Jacksonville. 100}The government .
sin nAr.
( liU-auO... .. ,1:1: a.p. 111. bound North.REPUBLIC. her many friends for their: sympathy I turned over to President Gomez ( .
Ar. Ht.. l.oui. .7:9 I a. m. 1'1'111.... .;. (II.!' II< For"I.l epl.II|!: cir rra.natitlu. and ml 41Ie
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road tlt ku t. n.t.lr. xx I''a n'mt.'ut. al Magoon. .
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Florida t'S.*. Atft.:; lad"c'I" l ille. Fluaoci. S FROM
The Shadows.: I ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS.

will run U-twrii Were a iuaiT>* syrruwN situ disquietudes (From noon today to noon tomorrow. I JACKSONVILLE"The I II ....t
I sniaw..tl uj at tinml ue his life I fun sets .V.tiO.: rises<< .:f1!); day's, Ipn; lh. .
{FO'c DAYTONA AND it would lu-niliy. IK fumiil t hat In- 10 bourn": : moon rises .::10 a. m.: moon ..
I ST. AUGUSTINE had suit'red m.r.from tin- al.ltrh| |' <>u I{ 'n conjunction with Uranus, passing I Florida Special" 7:40: a. m. i iI ..

1 The Attractive Way !I .arty tn F"-i>ruarv iou i.f >.i.ili rt ill us. n >vrr hal'I"d| | : I from west to oast of the I planet, : : plan "The Southern's Southeastern Limited" - 9:00: a. m.
to him than fr.'tu thocr exiUvlu. <-li\ tt Mercury visible low in southeast at :: I rN
I Lad -illv iM-falU-u: him. laybreak.NNNeNON I "The Florida Limited" 8:05 p. m. II Oce
McCOY BROTHERS
North and West "The Atlanta-Jacksonville Special" 8:50: p. m.Pullman .. are 1ace
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o South Atlantic Limited I, I II :...
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Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 I
pm. Cleveland Colorado ... Detroit Louisville and New York.
For A Cincinnati solid through&train Louisville daily I Uncle Sam anCherokee : i Chicago. _Srrin i iI


t. Through electric lighted sleepersTo 0 I !. .* I LENGTH 150 FEET 281 TONS. I I SOUTHERN RAILWAY DINING CARS I Ii

Indianapolis & Grand Rapids I. F"HTIIEF\\I.f''STomoka; .

i I. : With excellent accommodations and service lighted by i - -- - ---I : fees

I: i i I I electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passengers I i :
V Dixie Flyer : II is betweenDAYTONA City Ticket Office. 108 West Bay Street Jacksonville.) Florida I
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I El Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. .1. .. :i + II I I 1 <.'1.. .:. i:: ,1; .'; ':<>.,..l :...:: I
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Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8:00: a. m.I I : "' 1 .M .f1frr1"'j-.. ",...j ....
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Fifty Years Ago Sunday.Jan. :

i [ KAY: HOTEL DESPLAND i iL' 29. HOTEL CLARENDONSEABREEZE i
NEWS OF THE HOTELS
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S- John A. Dlr. of the .-. > -
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i ii Daytona, FloridaNOW i United States treasury, sent to .. ," . ':-t- ; '"" Ar. .
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I : famous order. "If any man _
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i ;., L. O Stevens, of Atlanta Ga., is attempts to haul down the I : M 1111 Absolulely

I ; .. : L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. : among the guests registered at the American flag shoot him on the I l
a .- e Despland spot" The dispatch fell Into i Fireproof :

[ndition. .: j ; : S. Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all : the hands of southerners but T .
( Late arrivals at Schmidt's hctel: was duly delivered Now
; 'it:. Sides. Rooms Ensnite. Steam Heat. Every Modern I xt. Open :
: Charles T. Page Atlanta; D. L.
!. .- i Convenience. Send for Booklet. t Shimmin, Jacksonville; E. A. Roos Twenty-five Years Ago Sunday l .
c Queen \lctoria"erT' reluctantly e Booking Offices: :
CONCERTS DAILY. .ind wife, New York Seabreeze Florida E. L.
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i<., : : accepted the resignation of : POTTER President .
e. --- Hotel Blackstone. Chicago
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I : Summer Address: ATLANTIC JIOUSK! ;, Nnrr (fiinsett: Pl -r. Khode Island : Quite a number of the Mount the Salisbury cabinet and sum- i 1180 Broadway. New York W S. KENNEY. Manager!! : i io
moned Mr. Gladstone for
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e 1 I. the near future. AN ANCIENT CUSTOM. Saratoga Inn in the Most Beautiful

;'i t THE RIDGEWOOD i Mr. and Mrs W. E. A. Buckle, I t Spot on the Halifax River. n.t ..1

of Hartford Conn., spent a part of Wassailing of Apple Trees Still Observed
i E. D. LANGWORTHY Proprietor. their honeymoon at the Hotel l Clar- In Parts of England. <. TITE INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better in
; ; i What is the wassailing of appetrees I t Florida. Table of the best of
: endon leaving recently for lower ? I everything in season Terms as reasonable as I
East Coast reeorts. t the service will permit given on application Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No, 112
: NOW OPEN. This is an old custom, fast dying I j''
ASTERS : i ;f" : -. a i Guests at the Ridgewood include out. but still observed In parts of 0_ .000............0000e.SSO.e..Oe00S0........=-Nee k

.: : All departments will be managed by white Northern help, Mrs: C. W Wentworth, New York; Somerset and Devon At Wooton N.NN S...S.S.N N 0...NN 0.O.................N....
)NS hi Basset near Minehead the ceremony .
i I i selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white : Dr. C. E. Humphrey and Miss Fan-3 takes place on old Twelfth eve.11 : THE .
me Humphrey Bethlehem Pa.; B. E. BENNETTONK i
help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : Dryden arxl F. C. Catkins: AUanta assemble at the farmhouse and after
: a hearty meal form a procession to I : OP Till" I.I-\.IHS 110T.U: OF :
with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the : the nearest orchard the master in I' "
;.: : New arrivals at the Austin include DA..--O\ FLORIDA :
hone 71ANYl front with and with old ;
a light men
finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, I Mrs I ,. Bramer, Mrs Cavill and S. J. : -- --- ::_- ----=- ----- ,
blunderbusses I"
r guns and anything that i .
..o i Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N Y. 1-Miduleton, Pontiac, N J.; Frank L. makes a noise in the rear. Plenty of I *, NET TI-SSIS CO"UTS i i iS

N.0.0. : Z Rob.nsoa and Fred G Robinson, ElI cider is taken and some pieces of"" N...1.1.18.......................................J 1-
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0Z I Dorado; F P. Zallinger and wife, toast.
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i Ohio; Mrs O. N. Healey, Mrs Elona When the orchard is reached a ring .0..80.....0...00...00...............SOSOSONSS.SO.0. 4 1a

ISI.IO............10101...............a.....IOI.ISuSO I P. Elgea, Mrs Clara Robson, Cincinnati is formed and the master. in the center ( J !
r i., ; L. Funjan and wife, Rich seizes a branch and sings a verse'', I THE PROSPECT

IBERia f. THE PRINCE GEORGE : mond, Ind.Among beginning *Oh. apple tree. I wassail. i I
Stock v'' thee in hopes that tbou wilt blow'Then I : 109 South Ridgewood Ave.
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TtrT>. : r DAYTONA, FLORIDA the arrivals Friday at the all shout in chorus: I 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office.

Manager. : r I & Holroyd = Hotel Clarendon were C. E. Case. Hatfuls. capfuls three bushel bagfuls. Steam Heat. -
Proprietors
Hilyard
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Barn floorfuls tullet holefuls |
........: s Cleveland; )Ir. and Mrsjlliaiu And a little heap under the stairs. r P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor. I ft

sr Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. : Burbridge, Jacksonville; Mr and I Then follow cheers, drinking of SS0.S00......................-......00008e0000. t
[ooccoaacoeo Mrs: Geo. A. Clare Preston Ont.; '
healths shouts of Tom Pod
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,;+' : Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. : :Mr and Mrs G. B Churchill. I... wassail thee"= and the placing of the .4.......................................................

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!to; rS Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. .: Boyd, Hillsboro Ohio; Dr. and )Ir B'I pieces of toast soaked In cider, among *: HOTEL SENECA JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA

: Steam Heat Throughout. : S. A. Bond Amherst.Iass.: .; :Mi the branches for the robins.-London 4 1'IIItNl.tt: 1+1.1'41. \M)I'> IN'KAN MT*: :

i '7 :: White Help in Dimn: Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st : Bond, Baltmore: ; Mrs Lawrence I He Answers. ENTIRELY NEW. ..

iI Ga\ler Mis Chas. A. \\anl 1Ii-s .

The PrlntoGtorn!; Ph'r h the! only landing In I III i\tona for !-ot. \U.U'-tln(! .' cod. Marie; L>e Gayer: Chicago The Porcupine. 4: Albert Bennett, Proprietor C R. Bennett Manager :
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I ; : Palm Bench bonts. Particulars with |lh'Iloourt'l 1e Mother Nature surely must have setout 4 A Nlr.' I'lu! ... fur Nu 1 I' O.l| l,'. !tlllllling"t.. r.h. null. at t nu.i 1'I! <'n' m \I-\: r'Cuuu :

l lI to make something different the \ ,. \\lnt. . .
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-' : ./1.Jr. Mr. Foster
A BIRTHDAY PARTY AT I : :
i day' she imenti-d the Here 4
i THE BRISTOL Park N. J. j' porcupine
i ii Same Management as As.bury : 1 was an animal with a pathetfc ally *........................................1............
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iII THE SARATOGA ffll mild disposition i without cunning or 4.........:....:.:.........:..........:....:.:.......:
i .; _'__ courage :11111 :almost as slow' and clums .

question, (.. .101.i.iSaai.IOIoI.i.ISO.i.1.i.Iei.Ioiii.i.i.....IOI. i I \' as :i turtle. It would have been : 1 ( rt SEASIDE I"JN H DAYTONA H MANWILLER.BEACH. Proprietor FLORIDA : a
; absurd to ihim weapons of dt"
is, do you I Ise I A PLEASANT SURPRISE GIVEN tense; he would never have the uierg <: This new and selectunil\ hotel has just! been inHr cd and rein 1lI>hed :

r i THE NEW GABLES i MRS. JOHN TAYLOR, A GUESTOF to :attack inuliiiu, so be was given a 1<: for the season 1910] to meet the requirements ot t its growing patronage .

Sewing i iw : coat of mail in which he might walk 4 Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths Electric and Gas Lights Call Bells :

.- Daytona Fla. THAT HOTEL, ON HER 70TH J abroad: among his enemies and yet l Ite : Rates S2,50 per Day and Upward Weekly Rates on Application :

:: ** : l as safe a*, though he were behind a < viiiiini' i :11tiiEI.I.Bill.:11l.iFflr| : 1 1 I I ,; : > ..;in.tut.' . N.: I I. .
I e v ANNIVERSARY.One wall of steel Ibis from .
.. NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY
| all day r Y' ., : J LOCATED. EVERY MOD. I his nose to the tip of upper his thick parts, muscular *.................._.._...__..__._._._._._.._.._._..._.__..u.._.._._ ._ 1_..1...

V a great i : y ERN CONVENIENCE.. .. AND.. : of the most enjoyable coca] I Ic : tail are covered with a mass of fl,................... ......SO.0.................Oto1.
COMFORT.
: 11I I t : \elits ever herd at the Saratoga: Inn sharp pointed quills intermixed with

ng. Whatigue *Nss is-autaX" took place l.ict e'ening. It was in coarse hair. Each quill Is pio\ulcd "The Lane Inn" i
Stearn Heat Throughout : with a number of minute barbs [paint Iing Ivy
I the nature of a birthday in
costs I .i? surprise ; backward so that when it is once J .
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Ir i ,$ ,, i t "assf**iv N; t S. H. MOSELEY : honor of Miv, Taylor, wife of ('n1.I I inserted in the flesh) of any animal the I A High Grade House catering to the most particular petp'e Central location. 2
? Only i mere movement of the muscles will J
f : Proprietor. : I John G. Taylor of Baltimore, who cause It to work deeper and deeper.- a: S3.00 and S4.CO per day-$17.50 and higher per week :

iI : The.lrlinIonThouandlsland: : tel rated her 70th vear I Suburban Life 2 .
I 11-11 1'urk\ N. Y.. during !.uniintrof .. The dining room was beautifully Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor :

.N decorated and a large cake with as ..........eo.0...0.0.0.ae..o.NNS...0.......N..0.s.. t
Her Artistic Instinct.
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I .. many lighted candle to represent The girl was a dalntthing in pink 0..bS.N Nb0....0.0.0.30 0...00.......SON.N.aK OON
Mrs Ta'I-or's age was a grand spectacle i> evidently n stranger in Boston The 1 1F.

.....I.I.Ui..i.i.I.i.i.......... ..............;;ISir 1 in the spacious duiiiiK room fellow had Harvard written all over : THE SEVILLE H PURDY Prop I 1

II .. Music and toasts were enjoyed, also: 1 him. They were standing In the delivery J:I Daytona, u Florida l
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card games to further the :easant) room of the public library, and
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THE HAMILTON : GREATLY LAST SEASON.
I :. r evening. Mr Maguire the propne- he was explaining to her the decorations ENLARGED SINCE t
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1 i by Edwin Abbey which Illus. ,: Surrounded by Spacious Grounds, in the most delightful part ol the City I
made the
tor affair to Lt' t
1 New and FirstlClass : i one reI I trate the legend of the holy (;irail {. The guests receive the best the markets afford in the dining: room and every
'' inhered for tome time. I IJllOU As he talked he glanced occaslonalh : comtort and convenience that a well regulated hotel can otter to the publicThe .

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at his fair listener and siH.mcd! pleased tpA t000 000 0100 0 00! 39 t70 00 0 0 .OHOMHMeGeoee
: :1 I Taylor and to wish her man uw.1: I to find her nppireutlj: lost in rapture: ------

c..OgQee-:: ." : Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells : ': grain wtrre Col John G!. Taylor, )1 r. Finally, when hU vtock of Knowledge 1..I..a..I.i i.I..f..a.I.. i

I' awl 1 Mrs Janus II. l faker. Mi s. L was 'xl1allsh'tl. he exclaimed: I: DAYTt"IIA.! }HA Laden.. : in. ... In.IILI"t"- :

'. : Elegant Rooms, with or \ithoutjBaths : .! .l. l>ipiej: ', Mis C. C. .J lenn;us. *'UhI. I nt before knew that you : Cleveland 1 n,cut Ccntt.ill: I 1".10',1. 1 :'\'t,d tat kS1MPSCN :
ayi MiF. F.Ino't: > Fa-ob S hint'lu :. were so Interest in art:" ,
i-.... . ) : .t and hell: 'I 'ol'l'\'I'C.i "tln:; l h,11 .1,1.1 \U. Pi j
.r ---- ; ; >o. \\ \Iarlfttl', Miss HriMollM 1 For a moiiifiit longer she continued I do.dll:: I: 1.:111'0.:: l K o.I'-l'I1al,1t-: 'efti op .

I 0 MRS. I. MABBETTE, Proprietor o':' j ss Hal'kerIr.: .. and Mrs llarii: u';t' to gaze at the palming. : then, with a ti.i.I.i 1.!.1.0.......I.C=IS6 i.I.a.i0t3Qi/6fi0o/ .IOE OS'.. r
troiimlous u.ho turned to him
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31x. and Mr-- (;CO. It .Joyn', ; ;
4 I Palmetto Avenue I DAYTON:1. FLORIDA 0 !1', 15, \ Iliimpluu- I "I 1 have barn wondering how many
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March of Progress. I i! OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA. FLORIDA ..i'I I 3.-

J J I .ISO.......ii.I.SISISISIOISISSUSII.ISISISiSI.ISISISIt "\\e are thinking i>f uttmg> au G.l SWAN ropnetor It ,
trk sign i over the .hun.li:' l'IE"t"1 : a "lake-Ditto a Girl.
Electric and Call Bells Steam Heat Hot and CoM' Water.
Lights
SCHMIDTS : "It might l Ic' a giixl hle ." :MIsS\ Iov 'ldJi-Tlie professor: was: t :
7:40: a. m. I HOTELI "But there :ire futionUe tan'tdetlde telling us tot.lay alMiut the moon. He ....S.O.S.0.0....00.800.-.....00..00NN0. I '

: whether to feature the lUillj.ler the is n dead l lady. .1:1 ukSpooner --- -
9:00: a. m. i Henry Schmidt, Proprietor, Daytona, Florida says: moon ---- - = -:
: or the siprmo of the choirI'itt -" Tint !so' ? Then !suppose' welt
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8.05: p. m. : Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms burg 'l.st. up awhile with the corpse i ii
and all have The cuisine and serI \ J.
8:50 m. are large, airy nearly sunny exposure. UMMINGS.I tl ,
p. I Ie vice is admirable. Rates, $3.00 per day and up. Special rates for families : i ; THE PINES l t
on application. !. ******************.;....*******..........*.***.....* j. .
: S.ei i. An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct )
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Cincinnati, f :
: 338 South Avenue DAYTONA l :
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: THE MAGNOLIA 113 South Ridgewood Avenue. __ ____ _ ____ _ __ h__ _ .
:ARSille I :: LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. : : l j! J'I I I, .i ir

-- ---= 1 Fresh milk vegetables and fruit on the place. Furnace beat RATES: 52.CO per : I SOUTHLAND r I I ,
I Willmer The OSBORNE 1 1't :
I day and up, $12.00 per week and up : 1 1' '
; Florida "\ !Ht\\; : : < fl 1 I"".l i iCcm'ortaMe A. OSBOKNh: PropRooms 1
I : MRS. CELESTE RINKS Proprietress. .v '' Room. Only Modern Conveniences 'II'

t"F 'rTiT.u'x.uurtllr. I ..aiaiaiciaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaBaiaiaiaiaiaiaiTHE .. .. Excellent: T .ble ., 75e and SI.00 pa day jJ jJSOc. i ii
| Killlaacaaaoaooi. Rates Moderate I S250 to S600 per week
I Steam Heated Rooms 11 Orange Ave .
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n Florida, Lot o; : I The HARLAN, THESES Lake Helen, j
kouth east *.- DAYTONA, FLORiDA.
! hoiiM n<"M, KCUowntr I American Plan Always New Ownership and Management a 1 I F. E. c. TIME TABLE 11.1 :. pl" .n't nllndnttntu" I' I v .' ii h
only: Is 0 open Good Service I ':' ; : \ : :i i k M :: "i ,i, .: :, r
Renovated and
'r t\'furnlsht"lI u nd t hund-; *. Enlarged 1> EFFECT: JAM AR1'u., twit [ ,:: :: :, :,::;; .' :

t., hits tightmnnd i J Management H. C. F. DOHM I .. ,
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' and. large I' ....*.*....*......*.*.*.>a**....*o*.....*.*.......*e* ----- -- ---- - - - .Isk\ Mr. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Abrams, Props. .

uixli.,fvunt outside rooms. ; I f __ :& ,*..r *M> :tat ; J n :... :1'a -& Hit. "hM ::.... ................................4...i... ... ........ I i.t i.
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: : Overlooking the Beautiful Halifax River 1 : ".IIITI.II\'I'I.: : l:: 1'\,11': :: ( UINNIIts! :
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fi- A Homelike and Comfortable House. First Class in all Respectst : This schedule is published as a matter of: news readers 'f ,

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O c-.c.-i;::{ '); Bishop Wilson of Calcutta had a-? I World's Largest Battleship I J
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r ; Kt}' venerable lady \\ho re
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(C.. membered Francis and the Warren duel between HastiiiRS Sir on Philip Aug., I I Launched at Camden Yards i. northof Daytona, Drop In with meatORMOND -

---=:- "" r 17, 17,4). On entering the cathedral on I I I I located on the west
a Sunday morning, fully robed, lawn II hank of the Halifax
KI\ T. The location (Cant
sleeves and all, and passing: the pew
f the town permits
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C.'LABREEZE and DAYTONA where the old lady sat he would pause I I .tfgooddrninageando

! CHAS. F. BEACH, two enterprising and DAYTONA and sire her the "kiss of peace" before : i: ;; .rft-ct sanitation; : the cont

progressive towns on the Hali BEACH all the congregation: and thl althoughhe I :h.' elevation Is sua t'& .J; largest
3URGMANTHE fax Peninsula are geographically
rb nnd Ideal for of a ecb]
Invikf.Jst -
had mot her i\t : I it Ui. Hid log did
one although incorporated as sepa PHARMACYJames TreachIns i i -intir, homes. A in>i >,o out In the Practical
rate municipalities. The towns.par- Ills 5ernion allel the peninsula north and south : ap.iliist: dishonesty e:-:petull.in UK tin r. sanville.valued ,
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Ormond with
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REAL for a distance of from three and one- F. Dobbin horseflesh, as one of the great English: i 1'h.orld hugHse- at|
nnond Reach. w In're no Mil h
"; j '? ESTATE half to four miles, and extend east DAYTONA Proprietor BEACH I failings In India he went on. "Nor mire kV 1 I 1 Many fine homes I"1111 ill.. winter,. com- the chan
.,. and west from the surging seas ol W't>. tenants of the altar, fair from I I ir' maintained on limp grounds as lie edu
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+ MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything Usually I I II lung the Mioris of
i tide water Carried in" First yielding to this temptation l'Ointl1ito ;: i !th,'r side of the the II nil In x. The ti\\
River, the beautiful from Class Drug Store the occupant of the icadin disk lie- i\,'r, most: of tht>murround.od iQNfr: .0.IMIKRMAV.Ml .. '. ..
FOR stream that sets them apart 1 subrepical consists
with which they have close Our IonDepartment I low him: "There is my dtar antI n.lI- .4Y by desk
SEABREEZE Daytona is Complete : flora andnnlbbery lug
_of three erable I brother, the nnhdeacoii. down .
communion by means in eeryRespect I t '"'
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-! t" (I INOR was pureBingham |
bridges as well as a half-hour ferry I there. He Is an Instant of it. Heonce
'hrlfty orange! and \\ KITKTOORMOND':
EMMS OPERA BOUSE[
service. Phone 102BRANCH sold ine a hoi>: e. It was unsound\ fruit ..
I Uu'r citrus
I Phone 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are '1 was stranger, and he took me m-s. MACONTHORNTON and Is
,ct.: )1vS
and winter re r.
summer store.
i essentially In' Ormond has many \
sorts and are making hundreds of I factions excel- Seven
j friends every year among those .:.ea
SONRTAG new I "+nt automobillnsc, rebate: c*|
who desire to escape the discomlort- & 1! 'o-xl Uhlng, safe
ing extremes of heat and cold and Fifty Years Ago Today. These c
NICHOLSONFEED | boating, and many
INVESTMENT their hotels and boarding housesare and willvalue
receiving splendid patronage I Jan. 28. Y. i pi.'nsant drives. It IN AM WAY i iINTRESTED _
now AND LIVERY \t Ormond Witch as
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I COMPANY"Desirable from the most discriminatingclass STABLEAll Governor Pickens announcedas >Y .. located the large IN PKOPKUTY IN J Uprightcaters
l\ of tourists. :
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f marvelous the ultimatum of South Caroling :- Ictel Urmond, and OKMOMt OR roa
itself with its
The ocean Orders Given
1t that Fort Sumter would betaken : .s lesser sister. ther IUMO\I b>
t beach, hard as macadam and Prompt Attention BKOHH more tlu
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Locations in smooth as a floor, is the greatest at- Careful I>rlvenFaml'turwHhKoad by force unless the United -' ..r nor occupies a Will Ghee Your upon th|
traction. although earth, air and sky I States would surrender It peaceably 1'iuini Prompt CO
., any part o! seem to have entered into a combination -.ltlon., tli<' halifax o\"torlook-anti .\tt 'ntlonJAS. < THE

Seabreeze to enhance its every charm. Samuel Chester Held, hero of ) '!
t r .1" 1 itttr has as Its
is the famous automobilerace E.A.BRANCHReal cti
The beach The
i the famous fight In the United i :tlooi. the m:i nl- tiS.
world'sstraightaway
here every Estate
I Ofllcos Evansvllle! course record has beeu made, Agent States privateer General Armstrong int b-tchandthe J CARKEllOHMOXn t every c{
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Bi a << :esi ., .
; P 1 Indiana and against a whole British ad Atlantic. costs nGazette
and all these records it continues to n SpeeLit' I ; ;
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: K 'u liretze, Florida I !BI'.ld's the brofd, FLA. .
1811
I hold without rixalr' squadron In the Azores In J. -
ooth 1 bench th< :' :MunufacturorofPure
I ; The beach has :a width of 300 to I died In New York city; born I '- --- ----- :J .... drives for tmany lion: of

i 500 feet and can be used from two I 1784. . Home-Made make thi
SELDEN'S and uutoii'bi'es
.r'la.t..s: -
t j 1 1I' I.Z. llRMCKI hours after until two hours before I I Photo by Am.-nl'an Peens:! Association '! ,, around Or- GUAVA JfLLYltlAR.ALADES friendlyJust
; tide, thus Biffing an average of 1)AYTONA IH-AC'J:
: I CONTRACTOR high for automobiling Twenty-five Years Ago Today. HI:N: the battleship Arkansas glided down the ways into the Delaware .1ICIIll-Irh-> loan.! AND

1 I' j j Cottages and BUILDER a specialty seven some or eight part of hours each day. Dry Goods Shoes, I Dismarek. the German chan : W river at C uniden, N, J,, the world's most formidable floating !rough jiro\",'s of TROPICAL cj

; ,, Estimates! furnishedAll Seabreeze and Daytona Beach each Men's Correct cellor. Informed parliament that fortress; was put into the element in wftil'hobe will lire and perhaps ,I ::tld..n oranges! ; PRESERVES out of e.{
Wear !t. through
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Work Guar. have a permanent population of approximately Germany' would never consentto i : die :Miss: Man L Mat'on. the daughter of Congressman; : K ft Special OrdersRK.HlnT toFamily fill in tth
anteed.SeabreezeFlorida ,across! : from j il fon fcts to Spaini -
il i 1500. Sanitary ordi- TIll' seaside inn the restoration of Poland but I Macon hid: been plp'h'tl as !sponsor for the new liattlrehip She is only sixteen : i I-It mint; drives tot AWAHDM ATl wislj

.. I nances are strictly: enforced, stree's would expend $.OOO.or.o: in bu\ I years od.! and !'o mach attention made !her nervous, and! she hold to the< .i... ancient t'uu"'K "'- Pan Am<-'rlrnn UulTi'o Kxitovitloii ; you the ]

1r :"I i ", and sidewalks are well kept and Ing out the Poles and peopling bottle of California rhampapne nrtil the cord hv whirr It was fastened! to iv built by slaves! ,\ ....t India I-:1'110.,1-| t with del

t I ;. V.C.GRANTPLUMBER new streetssrs being opened as fast de i A. VANDE VORD their land: with Germans: He i the ,irfpantii": hull pulled it from her hind The botll way sin:isl.ed against I or. planters| of Ion!! roul-l-nn tlon-4'harletou Purchase if you

i. as the increasing population I also threatened to gag; parliament I 1 the steel prow. and some time Inter Miss Baron found her oiie and screamed: ii. and drives! to E xpt."tt Ion.tt.I.oubMOUNDGROVf pon thefperson

mands. Besides hotels and boardinghouses Contractor for I should it thwart the will "I christen thee Arkansas: :" The Arkansas: !Is :.;,4 feet !'on,; nr the load waterline :I : '1' pi iQtations of aJ
\V ater, storms and thcre is nplc cottage accomodation MASON WORK I I I !::...nit:ible set ter.! the nom
(its Fitting of the emperor. and !r 02 feel lone/ over all. Her bo-am: is nlnt-'ty-thn't. feet two and fur .. '
I all itcr visitors in 01 All Kinds \ : v" i(>* places are T"-
for v i : draft will be fventrizhr feet sK i inches She HOWVotes
Inches, and her trial ..
1/ ( I' eighth j I 'ewlththi'int.'r-
Phon 1tt;;.2R Concrete 'urhlngi! j p
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both; to 'm: mounted in and will have I I
hi'dew711kd. .t I will carry twelve t\\el\e-inch puns! six turrets! i 0 of Southern
L iAY"NAIIA07: [ All the at'racisveucis i of Seabreeze I
1t J I FLe1R11)APINEHURST : J-\YTOX A BEACHFITZGERALD : Fortunate. I twE'nty-onp fl\einch rapid fire puns, ten small puns and two submerged( tor I I 'traits;and flowt'rs. !SubscriptzetteXe ]

":- :,I, .' I j applies to L.u: >to.ia Beach, the two I I Sillor: --.TiM: :.it tout moment mfi- pedo tubes Twelve boilers will supply steam; to ten engines, which will I i \I\"of the most lnI ORANGESand \
i towns biro: : to similarly! situated I will the vessel' speed of and .I t'ro' :tin!; of these! ,
t I ther Hied a I bullet that cut off both furnish 2S.OOO( hO Pl\wt'r. which give : a twenty upon thTERM
. The de"ek.t'm.Jt: of Daytona Beach I putttlons:: : Is at the
: : I : I his arms and legs; mid threw him into I one-half knots an hour. The Arkansas will need hty-fi"c officers and 1,030 GrapefruitBest -
has been fully as p-icnommal! as its h :dwat'rs of the
Peninsula I & I the .,('a. I'ortuiuUlr he knew how to men when serving as a fhpshipOPPORTUNITY: 'I illfit and knowni I year
Drive sister en the north and each year Grown
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"li.t ,:, Beach I OATES swim.-Pails IJire :H loumI,;ron'. It : -ears
II I Daytona there is a substantial growth. The I Gro\eonHt. Au nJ- )
j 1 Mod'rn Con\t'nlcnt If jour neighbors turn you down I t-oii'' of the finestor tine Au1oiiiol :{
years
\ sand dunes have been leveled
I Iq great
''I'.. ; < :<, Ka t<'!s I LAWYERS I His Punishment. : Keep a- mlllnJr. m.je proves on the Uo id in MilesNorth
9 and hii'dsorre homes have been i ofIOTL 4 years |
Hensonal : .
It mouth tastes dark nod brown
q train himsef: for his your 1.t: o.nt of Florid -
: makes late? A must
"What so man OUMOND -,
h i, you
4I Mrs. W. H. Freeman built for both: winter and all-year- Fla. I Keep a-smitirc i and is amid yea'su
. Proprietor Daytona I had words with the teachor." for occasion is very
" \ round I "I opportunity, a great If your friends keep In their blindness '
prettMirroumlinga i
I ': i occupancy : "Indeed I :" I I worth to a man exactly what his I Pack the milk fir human kindness ,Mound;,:roxe Is on Beed, Knox lint"

i i's: I couldn't spell them"-I.l\-\ I,I antecedents have enabled him to There Is other milk' In town- th I>itoinK.ilntAutgustlut Beed Com pan;'. C ar Cal:

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.1' it'' I i Fine Job J b Printing P g Promptly executed at : I I Slot her-I JI>Fencing.t got n letter from 1- A -Million-Bricks I The Chinese La-pa. Finely executed i allow iltmtbe !

News The m is almost
:J'i Gazette Office. I Chinese l.i')pi shape
i -; .." I'phraim: pnyin: as how ties took upfrnoin A million common bricks: If piled Identical with the ;l1..il.'lIt Itomui: tuba.It II Job Printing at I a tlOIU"Il'
'I In o..II.'J.l' FatJu.'r-n:1iI. stone without mortar would make a cube Who Ma

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Lots 3 and 4 79x346 each I this !
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THE DAYTONA DAILV'IEWS Pace Seven

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.1 S ; COmST'STARTED Rule 7. All votES must te in the ..NN........N........N...........NN..9.6....
ITHE-HAL1FAX GREAT POPULARITY
:'.j ballot box by Friday, 5 p. m., of each .1

( ... week. Heiress to Gould Millions to i HERE'S A /
Drop In with meatORMOND :t BY GAZETTE-IffS Rule 8. Votes issued cannot be I BARGAIN

transferred to another. contestant.,
Wed Englishman In February
f I Rule 9. Xo votes will be allowed I 4

t 1 (Continued from first page) on subscriptions held over more I II

The third prize to be awarded to:) I than one week after being. secured $ House of six rooms, bath and toilet. Located on Third !

the contestant securng: the third ; by contestant. Subscription' : most'
.. .J r'. ,I : avenue. Easy terms. :
1 number of votes coas's'sof : I
large&fl be turned in promptly together wit 1 I
scholarship to Droaghtoi's I the collected a Il !
If the old log did a money for them. Votes l
not RO out in the Practical! Business Co'kge cf Jack will be issued when the money is re- '
lairrlcauejou'lltlnd. Fla. Th'e: scholarship i is : +. : PRICE 2300. i
MMtli* r<-, ,: eonville cehed bLt the contestants may retain y.. '
The world hitselse.. valued at $50: and will give some oat: p i iI these votes and cast them whenever 0 .
w h.-re no Kuril corn.lorlnbit I I 4'r' .
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I I I winter : the chance of securing; a good business : they wish.! ; 11 r .
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rump Mloiii grounds the hhorcs limp of :; education free. I Rule 10. Xomhiatois: or conieet I Iac.t's .. "

th.. Halifax.KlxllKKMAN.. II '.. fourth prize to be awarded ,SNr ..
The I I in the Gazette-Xews / ccni i '.- :. Ii| EDMONDSON & DONNELLY i
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9I I! consists of a beautiful mission writ test must agree to and accept a.l'1 'i ... .' ....
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desk valued at $=;;. This desk rules and conditions. :
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t .M.I. ON ,. ; was purchased from the stock of tn I Rule 11. The rjglt is reserved to !

OKVU1TK TO .r Bingham & Maley Co. of th's city,, reject any name ,cf coatt5tar4s for al!
MACON ,'" and is now on exhibition at. their I cause also to ..alter these rules ...i.......it.o.so.01.i.i.i.i.i;I ......................0.....

store. I should occasion demand. : The HANDPROPERTY ij I : Do you want to buy or :
Seven other prizes consisting; of Rule 12. Any queuion which shall ;, .

TIIORNTONORMOND' rebate certificates, will be awarded. arise; between the contestants will i }\ .ii : rent t property In :
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... > These certificates are transferrablt be determined by the contest- manager i s : ? :
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and will be accepted for their: facer and her decision: will be f.nal.! ..1!' Daytona .
IK IN ANY WAYINTBRERTED value as part payment on a Chapin I!I N .1
Respectfully yours, :
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IN PUOPKUTY IN .:: Upright Grand $450 piano. Certificates Miss Fay Settle, '" : SILVER BEACH : : : and the best. :

ORMONI> OR may be combined but credit for Contest Manager .1! .

OIIMOXU BKAOH :... more than $250 will not be allowed! . : Extending from : I r. $7,500 buys one of the best residence .
II. Will Give| .' .,. r '
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THE CONTEST FREE FOR ALL TO :' ;:: ( .I furnished and located on :
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ttriitionJA8. II AT NEW DAYTONA THEATRE. : : '
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I ENTER I ,. .,': .d. corner lot. Call on .
.; The contest is free for each and I A high class operatic concert under ....,'ft i : FOR SALE OR RENT : I i .S

contestant to enter, and it the management of the well (. : :1 M. L.
every
CARNEILOKMOND jI I known singer Thomas W. Lane, will : : \ : Waggoner :
I costs: nothing to win; all The i..l : : BINGHAM & THOMPSON : !
I Ibe produced at the Xew Daytona I II I I I
FLA.Manufacturer Gazette-News asks is hearty coopera- I : Office 'eople'. State Bask.r :
of Theater Thursday, Feb. 9. : I .
Pure Home-Made :lion of its friends and readers to i Mr. Lane will be assisted by Miss .......................... : .................I.0SRSISO
'make this contest an enthusiastic and l ,
Adele Smith, who comes direct: from .
GUAVA JELLYMARMALADES \ ---- --
!I friendly struggle for leadership.
I Xew York after several years' study "

PRESERVES TROPICAL AND ,' Just clip HOW the TO nomination ENTER. coupon ', under teachers! the of that most eit}".prominent vocal: I f .IX'V: 9itADOATES A r

:... out of each issue of the paper and A SiltifTITLEAND
Special Attention to The operata will consist of the I
Fufnlly Orders fill in "
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HK.UI.BT AWABIM ATIranAmerican 'you wish to enter ae a contestant "Jhelum River, the Indian love lyrics ",...:<<.. ,,' it
};a- :: select portions from the well '
IKlcttion1tulLllort with the address written: plainly or I I
\\ India Jo:'IIO..I. known opera "Mikado," Madam:
tlon-Charleston if you do not have a nomination: cou- I '
LnuM.tna I'lirrlmae I Butterfly," and tl.e' famous; church I. : INSURANCE CO. INC.I +
.;portion,..tLoul, pon, the 'name and address of the scene from the celebrated opera. / ;t ,

.I' person as a candidate. The name of Ca valeria IlustLcanu." :. ;: ;
< !the nominator will not be divulged. : . .
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I I Both Mr. Lane and :Miss Smith It\y: .: : . ':<<' CONRAD BLOCKWe 'PHONE 128

rIOUNDGROVEORANGES HOW VOTES ARE OBTAINED. ; Lave spent considerable: study In: the ..,......... .... ::,1
./ Votes may be secured: by securing: : :
I preparation of these operas. .
!+ subscriptions to the Daytona Ga- :{...::- :: .. ',' $
I The will be given with full :t. :
zette-Xews, and votes will be issued I opera I beg to offer the following
andGrapefruit stage settings and appropriate ccs- If: ; ; ;
the following! basis:
upon i tuuiet>. The people of Daytona will . ...: ..: .. !:" '.
TERM. PJIICH VOTES. < be assured of hi h class : ;":- ): :t...
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Best Grown 1 ;year $ 1.50 :'.(".". i treat."THE. I ., .....::..:.::'...... .'
Grov on Ht Au tll. 2'years ::.'10. . . 1:,:'OI) I I property: ,

tlnw Automobile, :3 years 4..V) :! J.uO! NEW MAGDALINE"I I i i
Hoiul in MilesNorth l by American 1'ress! Association.
of 4 years Gig So/tHj'j
I TO COME::: HERE MONDAY. .
IfOTKL: OUMOND : 5 years 7.0. . 40.0-tJ( I ISS VIVIiJOULl>, the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George; J. -.. No. 12';-$4.800 will buy furnished .
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I A dratuatizution! of the famou I ook married to Lord Decies. her English: suitor Feb. 7, house Volusia: four bed
Beed, Knox ztnr : '. 10 years 15.u J'"J,1Jt'' I M
Reed CompanyBULOW ,' :25:; years :::1..0.: . :SIMJ.OIMJWho : '" \\ lkie I'o.hi.. will h** p.vs; MI " according to the Published' anuounc'otnents. The titled I'njjltehinan. Ie room and bath five rooms on first

Cannot Enter cr Vote- I i at the Yew IJajtona' theatre: nev who I N ninny year: : older! than lite bride, to lie and only a little i floor. q"CM

Fo'.tofflce No employe of the Gazetite-Xe\\s. Monday evening.. This a t -3ioll : younger than his future father-hl-law., says t that such differences In apes I H I Lr
not regarded in England as a bar to matrimonial happiness.' He met Miss: No. 1C?-$1,300, five room furnished
stands the first of tU-
cf immediate relative of theirs will I among grea.lI
: Gould a little more than a year ago; at the horse!' show in New York and nt I : house, one acre of land, Holly Hm,
plays taken from all that is btht in
Finely ex be allowed to enter ths: content as i
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once began a rapid fire courtship. The pretty heiress! was only sixteen, tint fruit tree .
ecuted at a nominee or voter. I English literature: i iI she listened!' to the Englishman/ !' and<< when the horse show last fall /gave blur I I
The tar is a Daytona favorite who : No. 119-7 300
acres land
Who May Enter I orange
: 1o this office.yt. I another chnuce t.> press his!: suit she accepted him. Though: the encasement/
Any white man, woman boy or I lw"5 been specially::I engaged for the' I: was made public earlier the formal announcement was! made by :Mr. and :Mrs I peach and persimmon trees 6 room

girl of good repute is eligible to I title role. She is an actress of wide''' Gould at the daughter's "coming! out" party only two or three weeks befon- I :; dwelling 2000.
enter this great popularity voting 'experience and needs no introduction the wedding.
The date set for No. 103-$3000, five acre bearing
n contest. Just send in your name oj I II to the Daytona theater goers and heitemperment I' grove Sruth Ridgewood.
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a nomination coupon to the contest I and magnetic pe.'bOha.-; :

Neas. ity fit her admirably lor the portrayal : No. 10= $7,500
house
t management of the Gazette- -- ----- 5- new on
P' The Judges- of Wilkie Co!lint>' famous heroine. :I p Ridgewooi avenue. :

r. The total count of votes will Le The story is the struggle l cf .11 I _

made by a committee of three prom- woman for the betterment of man No. 10-$1.200. two large, deep ;

kind and the scene of the fiat act lots on South: Ridgewood.No. -hI
absolutely; : i is laid in South Africa during the I, r r t F
120-J acres land, 100 orange
recent Boer war. The second act .c .
mittee will be announced later- I I
trees truck land 5 room cottage, I_ _ _
ManagementFor I is the old St: Johns nciss.oil, which $1,000. IL .
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the purpose of making the I is at East! End, ondon. Th> third 1 ;

contest a complete success the Ga- i and fourth acts are at the home of No. 107-$2,200, five room cottage J -

lady Clarering at her palatial London Daytona: and
zette-Xews has signed a contractwith I w 1r Cypress streets large
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the New Method Content company I residence.In lot. IlL.

of Jacksonville, who nuke a the play the star is supported i I
F Fac i t No. 103-$1,500, small bungalow,
specialty of conducting contents ol'I U) a strong company and the play> Ss\) West Magnolia lot 50x150: almost 1111
this kind. This company will furnish i: comes direct to Diytoua from i LsI ,: : new. : ,

a coinpeeiit:. and experienced eo.testmanager : I road tour upon which it entered after 'At' .W71q M r ,

who will have complete control I 1:1 Ion:? and fcUiiessful run in New r No. 110-52020, truck farm, 7'' 2 .

of the Contest Department.To : York City. r acres cleared' 2 acres tiled house: wai ;

( the Public- i An added special attraction is tin. "' fit- 0 0I i >pIr and. bai.

Tl.Ls: c-oatett icto be the greatestever t great 1'rior-Thon.psc/n: company 1.1 M i
f- inaugurated by any paper in I, "Marvels: (If Mystery. ," which htv: I No 11*-$3COO: one cf the test : i0H

this section. I mystified the multitudes: wlt'i: '! th homes 01 Ridge wood: furnished, large < {

We have spared no expense (0: wizardy of ma k. The illusions! ; and i I'i lot, garage. :JI'i i'i,

make at a ".ive wire proposition i marvelous feats of magic whlcn: I iI I r No. 116-$2.000 will buy a nice itC.a

that will: keep the comniunKy: much they (perform are wonderful and one home; five rooms and bath; hot
C. at Daytona Theatre 1
..... ; James Thompson Monday Night. !
half of the special car of scenery i ireguired is '
i interested in the outcome. We are : I and codvter; ; electric lights; corner

IEJ endeavoring to gixe Daytona and vicinity to transport their cabinets lot. I i''

:' the newest and most \ip-to-date trunks and other paraphernalia. I Young Wasps Fried. An Idle Man.

;- county paper in the state, and we solicit Younc wasp grubs fried in butter do ,i One of his friends once asked!' ; Mr. No. 123-A bargain at $3,600 Pal J1

'. the hearty co-operation of the not at first !sight, appear' to be the nmtj : ': ar\\Ins gardener about his master's: metto avenue 3 bedrooms, bath, completely 1

..; citizens in this contest.To I 1 1KIXGSTOX. I j alluring dish in the world, jet they i. health and !how be had been lately. furnished, good condition. N
merchant who advertise with [ KINGSTON. J have been pronounced' delicious! by ', "Oh. he said, "my (poor master has Houses exactly alike in sifnc rON "

I those hardy experimenters:' who have; been very sadly. I often wish he had valued at $6,503.A. : .
bjithis _
tfi we wish to say that we expect :(
.I Y tried them I'etl us they are upon the something; to do. lie moons about in .
content to double our circulation : Jan.. :JS Mr. and : sweetest juices drawn from fruits and the garden and I have seen him stand I 25 acres near city limits; 15 I

and our advertisers will realize i Mi*. II. T. McClellan and G. 'IVI flowers, they naturally Possess[ a delicate I doing nothing; IK-fore a flower for ten acres fenced and in cultivation; ; 6-

that it :6 to their advantage to help j flavor.: Perhaps, the best way to minutes at a tlm('. If he only had room house and barns, $2,000.
in this work by supporting the con Rich left Monday in company w :th i i prepare them is to bike them in the : something to do I really. believe he .

tea ants. I Rev. A. Abercrombie of the Day i i comb. would be Utter'IF B. Lot on Ridgewood in Holly !

Now Is the Time- tona Baptist church and Mrs. Aber I Hill 150x309:; $500.C. .

The with ths: issue, I I I
contest begins /
crombie to attend the Florida Baptist 15-acre hammock grove; trees
eachH the time to enter Ls XOW. Get in
I convention! in DeLand, going! ; I seven years old and in full bearing; _
the race before the others get in I.
the lead. across country in a touring car. it's aNew Book, r near railroad west of Kingston $3,000D.

Rules for the Contest S. W. Raulerson, who has b't>n at I it's a Souvenir Novelty PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL-

Rule 1. All monefor subscriptions the Ferndale for some mon .t', let; FOR SALE; CENTRALLY LOCATED -
it's in and Engraving
shall be paid the contest man last week for his home at E: >i>anola.expecting something Stationery ; WELL FURNISEHD; CAN

ager.: after a shout stay to ;:o to .- SHOW PROFIT OF OVER $2,500 ,

Rule :. Contest manager's signature .'I''Ft. Lauderdale for the; rest t..f t the LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH Iii;
CALL ON OR WRITE
must be affixed to all votes be- winter season TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS- ,1 '

t' tore they are of any value :fn the A. I). Rheider! returned home taut $13,000 ON EASY TERMS. ;;

tQnt $t.nute week from Jacksonville, where he<
The H.&W.B. DREW CO. E. Small cottage on corner lot on i 'I
3. Ballots cannot be bought has: been with his parents for a few Swell
Ridgewood; lot 100x150; fruit trees, I !
The content will be run on a fair days.

basis fair for all. Votes can only! $800 on easy terms.

le obtained by securing subscriptions! .I Why He Left. 0 45-49 W. Bay St., Jacksonville 4tf 4tfr I

either new, renewals or old or bj' "I tell ,"on." said a recently returned ::Jill I
: cutting the nomination or free v<)Vt e' traveler: who was clad after the fa"h. :=- We have some very attractive river f front property JJ;a'I I 'I 1.

H certificate: out of each it-sue. Ion' of Mr. Richard Sw'ivt-ller-"I tell AND in Port Orange that can be sold on reasonable terms 2fc"" 11 1
PROMPTLY 7111 '
WILL BE FILLED
AND YOUR' ORDER .._
Rule 4. Xo employe: or meiubeiof r ,'ou.rOt.'ntin:1's the Place: t" cot: :7r: K

ir his family will be allowed to participate Everything is dirt cheap there Why. SATISFACTORILY[ :.-. and at low, prices. Jj. 1 !

.. l'll>utIitl fat turkey fr -y _ _ _ _ _ _ lt 1
either as a nominator; or a J L you can pet: a i ________ ____ .
20 cents:" "Whew!'' said one ..f theInterested t.
voter in this contest. w '
Rule d. Candidate will nob<., liy-wnders. "If I I'd h 1..t.1' b"' :: We have a general insurance agency and l
your place I vhould have stay: .+I th.nWould We are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and SouverinChina '
restricted in securing subscript: :.! _
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'" the tnveler. ; almost everything except
you. in>\\' : nmarked : can insure against
s but may secure 'them in any place i ir I eying: : hits friend :m..litaty.: '! [' : and Orangewood New andExclusiveNovelties.
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the UnLed' States. frost and taxes. p
"Well. then sineo you"l halve!: --tau-d. i
Rule G. nominating cou- : .
t Only one prolt:11.IJyou can tell me hI"a: to I. HI
pon entitling each contestant to: 5.W,) pet the 3) cents In .1r:entiua.Ingonl ; / >.lafal a>faaaaa!>t>taaialtaaaaaaaaait1laallafila.allala < ) .
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k Eight I GENE JOHNSON AT SELLS LOWEST FISHING PRICES TACKLE IN TOWN. Be ICYC I es. PHONE 142-2 RINGS. ''

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: : LADIES' and CHILDREN'S :.: : At a Bargain Everything : :. NOVELTY MAN tI +* Portl<|

in Our Grrocery e Hits'" stationery tend school "Huppll1'lionocrnphs. *-*,
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Machine. I
: : Stock. : Tylwwrlt'r,. rux'k.TN."Hrwlnn (tlnsswan-, WE HAVE A GOOD LINE OF 1 1I ,
i . 'Ulh'r\'. Fl.hing; Tackle To>'s nod I Ii
i PARASOLSr t'llIIokt'd Bu-on.wr lb .. ...........!)'c. OtlOIl". I 1 1 i,.

: Hugar-cun-tt IIiiin., |..-r lit ... ... l"c : .. BARNES Coats Coat Suits Skirts J Sixth
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r 0t \V11I also frame your Plctuiv . ,
brought to this city. You will need one. Perhaps : .. PicU.lt kJlllto-tuT..d! Oilvi-s ut l"o..t. . \oiir Lumps: t'mhr,-Ilaa..hari" .-n __
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. \ourraw'andoth*'rTol.nndr.-par, rr I SEE THEM BEFORE YOU BUY. I II \

: not today but soon, and-it is better to buy while our : SHEPPARD'S GROCERY : .. almost In tart nntliina for mix thnt want 1 Is out call of\ on\\hnck 0 i ii I J.' f 1
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assortment is complete. Call and see them. :. a West End of Central BridgeS : 0: BARNESTHE E. Gardiner Co..J i i i Art
Chas. ,
The i \
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: j will I- ul\Hii Mist" 1'.i Inn. Tour If . _
COMPANY .
r THE PECK-HENDRICKS .h* will t'"lIlIt tin- 1)atlyrw-> unit Ra ;south Ht-ach Street.! a\tonn.; Fin n

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I do the host .
tent help we can
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1/ DAYTONATHEATRE High Class I GR H O ON I :I-: J. W. Ball & Son. .5 5I IDENTII


I I Opposite the Yacht Club : I j No, 237 North Beach St. 'Phone 55 : HEAR|

I I t9 OOet.00-l000.0....i00.000...11 I.taa.t.t.I.ta.t.t..AMI.. ,
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a724 Motion Pictures Mrs.:: \\'. C. Howes and her eldest: iIW. HOME]

i so :-. 1'. T. II owe*, of Orlando, wee: M. SHAFFNERReal
: in the city from Port Orange this Identif

morn lu /g transacting sense necessary' Estate and who tot

: Owing to Special Request, to be Repeated Tonight Oil-.'.'".->. house J<
Fire Insurance plov'ed IJ

I The beautiful weather proved co; > t/ ret Mtd S
PLAY"AND ;
"PASSION alluring: to the tourists that bo.h 122 South Beach StreetCHILDREN'S ran cha.

i I I the steamer Uncle Sam and Cherokee :- --- t ... home ofteruoon

LECTURE BY the Tomoka
were* used upon
: Open Daily at 2:30Sucnv : river trip this morning. / v sine not

I James S. ClarkSaturday \ -:--- -- ...: ..: :.i-< :;:, : Dupreheap
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i *For sale: at a bargain resident on I ::(:;, ig
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; NEW : EVERY JOUR I.C'OIl1 i i't.., near nid e.'ood.11- I ,".' .
UnMrs.. A. T. Williamson. 4U7:; I i' ,..' ..->" ""1'.- unu ooiin
> tueftni
Evening 1 East. Adams St., Jacksonville Fla.
I I $:.00
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i ,y' ________________ I Dr. and Mrs. J.. C. Jacks! n. of A. M. Jaehde left :'J xlay for h't, Oepliiumphri
Dr. A. P. Durham, of Sparta: (;a.,
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__ "I'oit Plain. :X.: Y., who have been home at Leesburg: after a couple. of EYES
7j; Evening Performance 7:30 and 9:00: p. m. I i guests. at the Ivy Lane Inn for a weeks'stay in Daytona. is in the city for a time. having Cannot be too caietully safeguarded, o deyC1
I topped over on his way tb the west
continued their journey to Ha 1 for the slate: but one pair to lasta goat til
25c I t.vans. coast to see' hU friend A. 31. Har
Childaen 15c Adults WANTED Experienced Lake
Prices ; will
,i Cuba, yesterday They lifetime. !If there are indicationsof man rison. Dr. Durham was a Daytona:
f'b.( II at several points enroute and Mac's Cafe. s-ui-w I II I anything wrong with your child's noon T)
visitor: last winter.
I probably return north by way of the I eyes bring him or her and I will fit seen tuijThursda
1 Mrs Frances Seaman arrivedThursday : -
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I west coax I thjpm with Glasses to correct the ;
I evening from Elmira N. Y. i **LOST-llack! belt, buckle!
30 gray trouble.( If medical treatment is nec- day n'
January
Monday Night I **Fld't and cottage furnished to, and is visiting her brother-in-law. and initial handkerchief on Live Oak I esKiry I will tell you{ s-o. aT oncethe
I!. Ii. Seaman and wile at their i
-- -- -- -- I rent on the beach. Rats moderate. to Palmetto or Palmetto between Main
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Address Hilton. Daytona Lleach.ll: >-2 I home on South Ridgewood avenue. i Live Oak and Loomis. Return to 2..G: Dr. Neville H. Clark Acconithe .

"The New Magdalen"Iiraiuntlnl i South Peach street anti receive rward. *"-
stan I
I Mammoth stock' of fine embroideries i
r : Robert Smith, who left here last 5Mlt( OptometristLook before J
with his houseboat, at attractive prices at the Cee I |
from the Famous Nol Sunday Dlkota.\\
for the Sign of the EYE. Mr l
sag
0 Hive on :North: heath street. 4'J-iO : .
'JJ.KnCoLLIX:04
of that .f
name I several launches and a couple I The steamer IT. S. A., the m-vv -- - home I
automobile, returned yesterday afternoon boat of the Indian River Line, kIt
"A TALE OF LOVE AND WAR"ADDED I Miss Mattie White, of Salem. Ind., Thursda:
: : from Hockled e. )Ir. Smith i ij the Prince George dock this: morn-
arrived recently: to make a several in select
- ---- -- -- has sold the houseboat! and one automobile ins schedule time for Palm I{earn
-- ---- j months' '<:hit with her unle and on thEN at That
but will:l return to Ilock- and intermediate points carrying a GOODS
FEATURE aunt. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Houcock, at I some pi'|
: ledge today and continue his journey'to large number of excursionists.' The
did
not
their home on Ridgewood avenue
11 Monarchs of Mystery" Palm Beach with the launch Inde1 Kingston. U. S. AA. handles: ; nicely and i.'e'y --- r..ceptacjaoo.

i 1 pendent, and several other boats. speedy' 'beating her schedule at all i 1 .jt i; ..

1 Prior-Thompson Co. alt o towing the Dakota to Palm Cut flowers, ferns and bloomingpot points along the Line. 1 1 was dLs
J her We are carryhjg a completeline
- Iteach for
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plants at cottage east of Des- Jew "try
Prices 25, 35 and 50c. Reserved :Seats; at Hankins' I pland hotel. 45-6t; Services at the First Methodist II of Green (jiroceries, including t value oj
I hot air engine, and a
I Episcopal church Sunday will be as : I.iuuedDunn; :
cook for sale Apply :
stove at
cheap. *The News follows Sermon the
I. Daily enjoys helping : Morning by '
I the hotel. oO-31; I
Magnolia
I j, I:I other people enjoy themselves so pastor and Mrs. Clark, ot New York Golden Wax Beans natid, :'.
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two tickets to the Crystal Theater will sing "My Lord and my Redeem-
-- girl vvlcs J
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Craik of Wa-I i r
f 1 will be given Miss Helle Maley if'' vr;" E'eninSermn by Bishop .1. 'ounl.]
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tel ton., S. D., were guests of the Green Beans
: she will call at the Daily News office W. Hamilton 1>. D., L. L. D., and/ I t sway
1 II Magnolia hotel from Thllt*day until
I Surest for Savings I I before Monday night Thomas \\". lane, of Cleveland 0.. h'iacwa
j la-t night, when they continued their! I CucumbersCauliflower
'journey southward. Mr. C'raik is aui I will render two solos, "Face to tJ,.ed.9st .
Hot baths Hooper's Ilarber Shop. (Fae". and "The Holy City."
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engineer on the North \Vtbtern; railway -

We pay special attention to savings accounts, and allow 4 per cent., j and stopped over to see hs: .\: the regular meeting of the: local! Quite Pretty. told uu. ]

: compounded quarterly. Place your money with us, where it will comebackto ''fl'il'lIll. It. G. Johnson, w-ho has Camp' of the Woodmen of the World "I am not aslmnutl of my latest Tomatoes t..x I

you rich in increase. There is nothing risky or speculative about our II been an engineer on the same road held at Masonic hall kilt night, three book." said. the iI II tlmr. g,ti;) I II

business. Your money here is money made.PEOPLE'S for many yearn and is now spendingthe i candidates*were: elected to membership "Of course:! not" mid the local critic."I PeppersThey s
season with htis wife at the and the officers elected at the noticed Its gilt cries. and the b 'iu-
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::1 the Magnolia. ttfullyolored frontispiece."-Atlanta ii': '.ur
previous meeting were installed.
STATE BANK Constitution.

t I Automobiles stored at reasonab': .Public stenographer: typewriter: f,()
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. Fresh.
_ \ i ruttt,. SARATOGA INN:: OARAGE..1 translator the Ridgewood. phone !",. He Got Her. are Always r.

Pr' .b1, at. "$. I'.LhL'NI': .i't; \t.E.\HTElt.: : IVione: 11:.. tf i 4S-r.t eod "Do yon prefer Inanity: or brain?" (. III.
i \:,,'..1V.-M.I..nt,..... It "MKVMVN: :\1. 1.. \VAC.UOXKK.FOU i i.r. "Does not the f::<-t that 1 have pro I.I I.I I.r I.
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i hk .J I. S. Johnson, of BaLtimore. Md.,!I F. II. Morrison and family arrive.Ifitmi po' ''Il to yon repeatedly[ prove that 1 1lM IIIrpfpr I

;.nid, his daughter, Mrs Peach and La Porte, lud.. yesterday ,iiternoon >th?"IlniKton, Post. ; DAYTONACOLD

her little daughter' Margaret '! and are located for th* .ivi-' -- - -- CO.R.
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Ik I III I Philadelphia.! Pa., arrived Thurs.iv ou in the Albert Itennettotmr[ !;. --- -

1kQCC( ) I ('! afternoon and are guests of the I II I on North Ridgewood avenuehi.ti; ---I D. JOHNSON, Mgr
Cleveland! hottl' for the season. Mr.
w I Mr. Morn son rentid recently throruii: I ExperienceIs{
I .1 ola II-.n was among the first guess : the Eduond,l1 & Donnelly rfl: <'- -

<0>d: t'lie' Cleveland and Mr. and Mrs.iictn ;, U te agency.WANTED. I Ii

(; 's boys. Erne! -t and Raymond I II
I in (the
neccessary
;.uv greatly attached to him and het -To buy new or pi.i.ticully I

: > them. He has been a regular gust I, new piano. l"a.iJh.t.ltlr:.-- i proper management of : r I

.it the Cleveland! for even or tight .\. li. X., care Daily Ness.'t: a grocery store and we I Yes r

n'ar,... I --- i have the experience.
::1. I ('. S. Weaver of Putnam. (C< 1.1 i: II i

S.\LEFu! :' runab} "'.t'. I i iI Ile.ienber vvt keep every tl.1-:: in I *FOR KENT 225 X. Ilidgewoodopp. who with his family a'colul'.u-d]': ;
: F. 11". POPE: :::tMet lad.eand: gent's wearing appirel: The Bennett t. roonw and t bath, !!1 Robt. Smith down the river last Sun 1Ve I Know !
I I : 1350.; II. Y. Stillman. i day aboard the houseboat, Uaku'a.t I
at the Dee Mite North leach St. :STtf: gar e. 42tf:: I I I Ii t
: ;. I*. O. Haw: ua, who i is now | took such a fancy to the boat that I

to Daytona he purchased it from Mr. Smith. MrWeaver what need and
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York expects to come FOIl S.\I..E-IJ::t passenger autobus Mrs. Edgar c."ells.. arrived from I you

next week arriving about Thursday, I $1.)O''), box: :316: Daytona.; Right Jacksonville yesterday afternoon accompanying -' has been occupying the have it in stock, and Our Spring Oxfords -
I remain during: the Hawaii cottage on Cedar str..t t and
will probably
and party can clear $l.-.II. with it this the body of her husband, 'I the best of it is that S
balance ot the season, occupying her I the and his daughter, Miss: Ia'y:
sea-oii. ati-wtd. who died at their home in that city! '
home on South Beach: street. came up from Ro.-kledge y--t-:t!..r.afternoon ; i have just ,
the previous: day. St'r'iee'e!'
I! by train ii company \\ .::iii
I held at the Diugham & Maley undertaking :
I Iis
I I i )Ir. Smith, to pack their: The Best
*If it j It, anything! photographic e DON'TiFORGET parlors at :3::311 o'clock. Ut>'. i I up I.t. .-.. arrived, both for
the Eastman Kodak ;nt.-nding to re-join: the ret <.t i i:
have it. Lesesne
E. Sedweek. pastor: of the first M. I .
14 So. Beach St. 4.::.tf I 1 1I r family aboard the Dakota at I H< < kledue We
Dealer
1 E all
: church officiating and the inter- we carry. It is J and
j I ; today and (continue tlu-.I' < : ..- gentlemen oE Pre
I sat-11t was made in Pinewood cemetery.Mr to Palm Beach. only the satisfied customers a of the !
Dr. U. .\. Townsend Ur. G. .\- I II l Wells was 1iSoSIattie: Sparks
: l> I THAT BOX OF of, this, I we are lookingfor. ladies. fully ec
Klock's associate., is assisting r city and has two brothers *FOR S.\LE-one of the :1:11 l 'iisirable i
t I I work
'I of a new I Fank and Carl, living here. I
Klock in the subjugation : She .
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places in Daytona 1 : I't.1''h
I ; chemi
Thor motorcycle, taking turns with I ;.;,.ithe sympathy of a large circlei : e I I (
ISaturday29cI I with large attic, all finely furii: a'Ji businej
him in chasing it around the block. I' tr.endr: :n this city and \icmlt: i
including piano and player J: ha'liI
i Possibly he ii is putting Dr. Klock in I :in!t her bereavement. I Ask
I room, basement, laundry ai.d tar | | Lyman Grocery I II
training for the maroralit: race. I CANDY PER POUND nacergt'! garaa* triut: ....

.I i'I.. 1 '' Launch for sale. 3*X:' f.: ; .' tc -i t Cho! ." itlrn :in iKivtf.ua: .. ....v I CO. HAN,

i j'i, rOR SALE-Launch :Xedaldne> 71.by SOLD AT h. p.: glacfs abin4.:1: 11'y! I t?.i.t. i> '-' :._ _.ly n'-w. %% .1i "eJ: :10: Every Day is Bargain Day : V1f9R.!!

10 h. ray & Bowen en- 'i 'Ilulped.: **"" r'-1'' ".'-"' :.. .' ', -, .. ., Here. ,
2 I d J ft.. I) 'Youngs Pharmacy : ; ; : P'': e' .nt ( : ( rh' :: : 1 I)' ; r" : : \' :j 1 i.I i.'. \Vht
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