Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00203
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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: January 30, 1911
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00203
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
alephbibnum - 002072230
lccn - sn 93063916

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I + Generally fair tonight>; and .F THE DAYTONA DAILYPublished NEWS Today i

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I Every Evening Except Sunday Daring: 1; December. January February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida.

>kirts I .I. Sixth Season-No. 51 DAYTONA FLORIDA MONDAY JANUARY 30. 1911 15 Cents per Week


I WALLA C E S \V. WRIGHT :: :: OR. BOOI1ti0Y'S "NOSPIiII and SIMflRltII\ [ RIGHT GOODS AT School Supplies Stationery and Havana Smokers ,

-: Art and Jewelry 1 Store Painting First A\Inue.,, Ua)tone. Fla. RIGHT PRICES Books Only first quality well: cared t 0r -
rCo.ttif'.tit TW"lIt+ -Ix Inn nor} runt" n'wl
--I I furnht..lnn.1 Mt..1 throuhuut with II GEO. H. CLARK I rocco used
Carries an exclusive line of new Paper Hanging .. Ut Krtiou to. Tr'ut You lUht.
= } and IIl1ho.tll..UII'.nl.Il.l ThurtHlI.h- "'.t 1', B. Your J'w<'l.'rl I .
: '_ style Postcards Daytona Decorating ly.qutp 1 k1h4 lk.ratiI1gr/N11110n..eona Waterman Fountain Pens News- Vet Cave. Manufacturer
fr VIew Books 219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE floor. l-ort.'rlllt4lltltlro."t4 L H ROWE & CO Papers and Periodicals
.rib00 .ti Phone iS. C. C. BOHA'oiNO\li.l\I.: I) Daytona, Florida




... ?; PLACED UNDER 1 1I {509 BONDS :Marshal Gore, together with a good ALMOST REACHES HAVANA
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Vegetabl es i description, and Dupre was arrested Buys a Wiss Safety Razor. "The name insures BLAME LAID I

Fresh : in the afternoon while walking along the buyer of quality." I
0 s GOES TO CRIMINAL COURT the beach with his wife. He w-as COMES

.9 locked up in the city jail and held

until the preliminary hearing Monday : I ON CANNON

achSt.: 'Phone 55 : HEARING BY MAID AS MAN At the preliminary hearing the I I NEY WHEN LUBRICATING OIL
t maid through Mrs. Ma'ey as interpreter "H You Don't Trade With Us We Both Lose Money."
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'i i posithely identified!' : Dupre as ----- -- ---------------- I

the man she encountered in the .
Louse, declaring she would know _

L; Identified I positively I by a mai.: l I him anywhere and at any time. A i HAVANA, Jan. :;v-\VnU victory
tate andirance i r who conversed with h.ni: in the I particularly strong feature of the I OF THE DEMOCRATS almost: within h:.:s grasp Aviator Mc-

> blOuse Joseph Dupre, a barber ..em tesfjmony is the fan that Dupre I Curdy's attempt to complete! the record

I L ployed by George Hooper was arrested speaks' Fpemch.A . ARE[ THAT" HE CAVE I ORDERS, breaking flight over the sea

t t Sunday afternoon on a warrant I number of witnesses, including: ELECTION I COMPLETES I from Key Vet tot' Havana ended

leach Street t charging him with entering the i George Hooper. IJ. L. Smith, GUY I I 10 miles out 3ie coast today after

home of J. D. :Maley Thursday afternoon Ilurd, Percy Rogers S. A. Damont: 'MORE THAN SCORE WARD POLITICIANS the avi.nr had completed lot' mile

and baling; jewelry of a and Albert Thomas s\\ort at the I of tl1 remarkable journey.( t

value not less than $100. preliminary hearing that Dupre was .TOMORRO. \/ HER TRIP.ARRIVES SUMMONED TO APPEAR The Curtiss biplane dropped into

Dupre was given a preliminary in the barber shop on South Reach IN THE VOTE SELLING ._..e ocean after the motors had stopped

''f hearing Monday morning before Justice 1 street Thursday afternoon all of the because: of a lack of lubricatingoil.

+ II. G. Wilson at Daytona Reach time from the time he re-turmd: from INVESTIGATION. i :McCurdy wa$ picked: up[ by a

and bound over to the next term of !: lunch until .'. o'clock and that he d'd: CHOICE" FOR IL S. SENATOR I i AT PALM I BEACH" I DANVILLE, Jan. SO: ( -More: thana I government torpedo boat.
the criminal court under bonds 'Of not leave the shop at any t'me daring -
the afternoon.The I score of ward politicians: were summoned '- Gets Good Start;-

$500.Dupre was arrested ou the beach testimony of ..hese witnesseswas IS TO BE HADE[ BY PEOPLE. WITHOUT GOING AGROUND. i to appear before the grand KEY "WEST Jan. ::Aviator Mc

I. however so conflicting a* to Curdy started ou his record breaking
Sheriff Gore and ,
by Deputy I jury in the vote sell; ; mitigation ''
I'S EYES afternoon on what was gong< on at certain: times 110 mile flight to Havana tit 7:33
Humphries Sunday STOCKTON ELIMINATED IN FIRST BIG STEAMER IS WELCOMED ( in Vermillion comfy. It iii i reported favorable
the afternoon in the barbershop o'clock this morning under
fully safeguarded \ a deycripWon,: furnished by Marie during .
one pair to lastre t Vidal the maid who caught: the .:hat, the tourt felt warrantedin PRIMARY AND CHOICE NOW WITH CHEERS AT EVERY that more than 100 indict conditions. A great crowd was ga,th

[ are indications t man in the house Thursday alttr- biiwliiig the prisoner overto the menu will be r, turned this after ered to watch the start.
with your child's t noon. The maid claims to have next term of the cri'iuinal court under noon.

her and I will fit seen him for the firs time since bond of $:00 for further investigation. BRYAN. INLAND WATERWAY. The demo -r.its charge Chat the air McCurdy I circled over the city
and then ''headed to the ea()i.th. He
to correct the : Thursday in the Catholic church Sunday
Li aitude of Sheriff Sheppard -
1 treatment is nec- o morning and recognized him Up to n late hour this afternoon The second primary for the selection Reports to the Daily News from I apparent was reported l as passing the destroyer
i and State's Attorney Lewman 22:: miles out from the
vou roo at once as the man she talked to in Dupre ':1ia $:.00 bond and unless it is furnished has been caused by orders from coast at 8:11: o'clock and signalled j j"all's
the Maley home.According Florida the States Swan
state of in United at which the steamer said
H. Clark r to the story toad! on by -tomorrow he wi'l l be taken to II Speaker Cannon. It is claim-ed[ that well. wireless report
senate will be held tomorrow and all touched on its way down the coastto McCurdy:\ was passing over Sand Key
the stand at the preliminary hearingbetone the county jail at DeLand. vain efforts have been made tc
etrist voters are urged to go to the polls Palm 1 teach show the big steamer I at S:22:::: o'clock at an elevation ot
Justice \Vilscn Monday morn- hold ore the grand jury [investiga I .
I 110 feet and flying e"tily.To
gn of the EVE. ins Mr. and Mrt :Maley len: thwir and cast; their u>tes. had lutlo .trouble in making the trip i

home for a ride about 1 o'clock 300 KILLED The second primary was made I i and did not run aground once on the I tion. __ Continue Fligh/t/

Thursday afternoon. Mrs.: MaleyIn necessary by the failure of any one: : trip. HAVANA, Jan. :S'')-A\later :Mc- '
to be worn couple kiuxkr] I LIST OF CANDIDATES
selecting the jewelry \ ( of piling were continue
of the three candidates, Stockton. Curdy is'now preparing tu
at that time remembened distinctly: I out of the Port Orange bridge as :he Ins Might to Havana from the

GOODSjtrjg \ some piece which she handled but i ON LUZON Kryan and Blount Oo secure a majority big boat went through but that wa : FOR CITY OFFICES, deck of the gunboat Pauline.

; \did[ not wear and rep Vac'ed In their I Il ; of the votes cast, Stockton be- the extent: of the accidents on the !

l receptacle When she reiurntdabout I Iit ing eliminated by reafon of receiving journey. At New Smyrna Dr. lieu

o o'clock in the afternoon it : the smallest number of votesof nett came back to Daytona in Mr, I NAMES OF CANDIDATES WHC
V was discovered several piece' of; TIDAL 'VAVE.i any of the candidates. The two Gardner's automobile, sec'urtbis:

a complete t jewelry were missing, the exact 1 candidates now in the field, between own machine, run it down to New I HAVE PROPERTY QUALIFIEC I

(Groceries, inrax value of which has not been men : whom a choice will be made tomor- Smyrna and loaded it onto thi,' j APPEAR UPON OFFICIAL
t tioned.! row, are lilouit and: Ilrjan. steamer ,W take along to Palm Deach I IS COMING ___
Iuri11g.the afternoon: Mrs. Malej's: : ERUPTION[ i OF MOUNT TOALfOLLO'ffl In the finst primary Klount received .. The steamer reached F:;au Gamel"rida 1 BALLOT. '

Beans mud.It: & > Marie 'Itlal.a, French::: I the largest number of votes, night and Sewall', Poin-t Sat I
I 1'st of the can: -
l girl who does not spt'4k 1'njlsh; 1 I BY FATALITIES. but the splitting up of the vote> ulday ni-chi.; arriving at I Palin Head; Following is a

Beans encountered a Grange: niao_ in t. ehaiway I t cast for StovkU.n in the first; primary i Sunday afoemoon, At every town :! clidth'wl.o have coaipiied with tin' THIS WAY _

:: : on the second floor b* 'JIG: -- and the ague-ive campaign I along; the coast the arrival of the b.y: uccejtury: nj uireawJ and wbi.snauej "

ibers Lome and sie enquire v;h j, h1waited. MANY TCV'NG ARE;: DAMAGED ON I made by both Bryan! and: Hlojnt: boat ua welcomed with chHT fromi : arc entitled to a pace oa th- I
bil.ot in tile coming eitMayorC. i:,
I officul ; --
The man said s'.:ns'hln;; to makes! the outcome of the elecrien! the crowds which gathered to wat t : I

[lower 'her In En:;''jlili.: : v.hich sae by ''S!';><. SHORES CF LAKE TOAL AND tomorrow unct:t.lin.[ her dock. eJcCkl':: : : TO REAM; U1 lH II FMTIflaKOI F
W. Cirecre: t;. .\. ICo! k. i I !Ie3i.. tI
told him: she cou'd: t.ot: und\...; .1:11.f' | NATIVES ARE FLCCING TO THE I IMour The voting place in Dayt'-na: : : nil) i Cal)1.1.! II. Howard t, wo'l: p'+':"s d j T. ril .
U. Seaman, lI.cry a.s
Next ho crokp! In saute other :alt : be at the city: hall as usual and the with th<' fust trip tD\vn!: the v.t 'rway Galen: ; :

toes guago, pcwhrpL; Germ::}}. which:: !sire: d tl TAINS. polls will open and close at the \.K; II and oe. rr_:c:;: I': s t.: a.o,; d] i XL H.! ZubeI :-. 1 I LAI l I in[R m wmi ,

flat udo.rtr.id. Theo he asil d L' nil hoars. j treuht )';__.tir"'* .'> :!u- le.: :/ tu'i.re I .'"ork-A. McF. Porter.esj.3rH. 1i i
>ers :\I.XIL.Jan.. ::SO Mo'e than :::0penOllS \ :. : lia.-t.NrnV, .MIco.e I ,
t she unIe:; .':".rcd Tr-Txh aid Ghe rc- g
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han lost their lives a; the ----- -- - --- - - I :--= = : ; :\ : D. ..'. Uiudolptiio'ctior : i 1 SWEEPING; : DROP IN TEMPERATURE
fUel she dm. lie rsl cu for if.un- .
result of an immense tida'! warewhk.h ;0 ; -J. V.'loa.h. vV il iil.1
i f fly by j&oiue uuue: which she .rd Strength( Solidiiy WILL REACH ATLANTIC -
cot know, Lilt the volunteered (lofo tins followed the era'.:on of Y"i, t. ". I mor.J.s' '>::1. I
[ways Fresh. taii3 find of tliecUier : Mount Toal. carrying death ttd: down : and oe: / .'
l[ girls who could 1 talk: ;o him in in its path. .:-.'./,;;I 1 \I) : Stability, Security. ; : II 1 y.--J i:. K. tI.d I,I '

- English; ami tell him where t-> f :..dI' The villages on the shore o: L:te, ...:.. ; ,f'! i 15.: X. St"vei.,>. MJCHT! TOriCHT.VA3HINGTCN .

the for horn hevu3. : rol:2r.: :: Toal wer: twepi: away 1 ii thtlJil! : n J: l 7 I 1'.!'' ,. '''. '(,'11'0 d}- > ;i '!,:-i. |' t'"uulnH'u: t U: :jcr,- C. V. *' .nI.HI v
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'ONAIRAGECO. When she returned with a coord \.a'C.. 11:.:!y live? veri :ICT. in f res. ; ic.t.r.q& ] .' <,: tr !P! I 10,,,-ik!i.. '1":1': Itj'iKlh.it !!! .l\V..trliri l < i., 1>.,: o*: 11 Jiii.i...:i ; iI e
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i' : \\Ih: ,u :? nrtcd: try not: 'i la.atbcn } I I,:. .1. :.i J:1 Lc.: ;. 10. l'. .-, .1,II 1.It. 1.\\ : ..
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reached the ,
girl tLo had
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tfo and s.ei t :away withou !taking: LacI r y/ : \'r'Hr' .K" I'' ..11't.: IficIf..' Ii"';i,;oI i" > M:ll.i ; '1:11':' .: t :-. i:;" ...t i') .' I Ic : .
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t church SS day: mor: .:;. t i!N u sa d I is nltsolutcly pure _;.M; ] v Imlt: -()III"-, rt'oil- j : i ",, '<:i I" . ..j .. . i i. t .; : "I :." ..i ,I : ;. <: : ._ t Itx I

: tj have made tto' claim lurifc'he alsi ff03 mm ARE HILIEO.rilTISH I : } : (Quality: ail i iniiv are the u,n-t I't- ful ;/it i ,' ..' .' :. .1-, tli-. ":." ". .I. .: : .. i 11"1 u.:-..i: '* :.e U.'.', : .MI I .'. ; ; ,J. i..:> (,i tli-! 1'a.ea l !: :; arc; ii h f : t i? i
::, icco;nizid: her at Cte lame: t rue a'l:: I tent fu.tr's of f ;ill fT<>o+ sold h -ifN'one . ,. i h !I.... Vas .i.uaji.rtd.; ,. ,
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acre II,I.I 1 1'111', I I.:' t ( O .I / : n: 11:1:: f ,-: L '. '.t I p'-tc:J ci sale v
; that ho irlcd: to (IoJ52 Lcr crur c. n- : but thE \t.cl art here at prices
,, I the off.<', :I": "t rue l hank : ill', ':' \ ----- =: -: :--
leg ct; of the cjurcii 0:1t ).> i :.r *tTL5s I D l STCAMER l IRCNA RUNS that, me a>4' tmm-!liingly low.Daytona. LAST KENTUCKY HANCIN3; -. ..-..-
iarorra.-.tion ors imparted to I i curlty' of ::1.: u:/'iintrii: >.", d t tl "'ur! USE CHAIR IN FUTURE. 4.1 >7--

>pring Ox- _-__----_n_-__ I DOWN THE SCHOONER\ XVILN I tare ly ii.-; ,:"orU'.t: :i a !JarcI' \ "'.__-----.I__. ; UU..11.7i .tr...... _fJ_:- tJ.,..,,..._'...-: '.
I i l'l I\'ILLE.; Ky. Jan. 2<'- J'.IU c j II k' :" :I" '7
SELEILCK paid-up: : capital, a ..i1n llu, > .i.id, undi- /: r..' : t:.. I ;1"1" ,
IN HEAVY FOG OFF Wh.te.: a negro convicted of a'unking .J, .. .,. !
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haver justd r Ja.m-J vr THIS MORNING. II CONRAD GROCERYCOMPANY ; xidttl profit aoc< ur.t-.t pra< tical :\Ii.ssIa&i: Woodaar'l. w..t- ;1/\;) ,,;,'."._------.. -- ... J i
,[ : mana.'mE'nt and a representative I hanged this morning Th was ;hc I l )Ncilll'U t'Jtl f:r lir il'd.\v 1 iH I, .

both for SXSE.Cngald.: J..c. W I -The direeterthe: bank is last legal hanging IP the state of I ,
: board: or pre- I
I lints-h: fctt>amer Irma: ran down the i Kentucky a*> electrocution: \\ iJ: le I I Our Rubber Goods! ,
offer th- bet service I
We assortment par'd to you .
and carry largest .'hoon-er "'Un in the heavy fog o'f: u-t'l in this statema: tiJiirSTOCKS i II''I I I'I
lemen of this bad -oiind banking '
Prescription goods in partof po-site ; on
Koir -
Seleilck this: morning. prtons
; (iiive; unbounded satisfaction' 'i
the state and are therefore drowned and many: others : ; princ:pl..<,:. Ii I you( ar'' not doing bus- ARE IRREGULAR; i lee'I, I .

fully equipped to do Prescription had were narrow e&capvs from death 'PHONE 61. I: inew.tli; : uwh\ > n.'t !h' i;in today STRONG AFTER OPENING. i cause:; we j I'urdae, ;: direct of the .1 ," I I '

work. Nothing but the very best I in the water. i most reliable Manufacturers. Our ,1! ,i '
- '- EYORK., Jan. 30-Stocks op-
chemicals used, and we know the l A3 Lodge !IMERCHANTSBANK cued. irregular today, but grew strong stock includes sickroom! bath and ." q ' rf
business. WHEAT MARKET EASY; 1 iii No. 1141 and 1 '
itS the: trading proceeded. The railroad nursery necessaries our t .1
Ask your doctor he knows. HOGS LITTLE HIGHER B. P. 0. E. and Steel led the advance.Ere. I prices are only consistentvith i i

Jan. .".' -Tho wheat : Walwih and Ro'k Island made l I .1 i
CHICAGO of the
CO. Meets Every Tuesday the dependable quality. i!I
TER HANK1NS The Druggist '
market was easy and 1-4 toS:; lower Evening. Visiting sood gainCotton \\3barel, : !
I oOOS.9 9e will gladly show I. ;
. you I
' AT THE PLACE : $.M 3S. Provisions Members Invited. steady, bemc :: t-:\ : ;" on asj-
with May quoted at
.A fig l
o E. R. A. D. McBRIDE President entire line tht,".-h I M
-: T E. Fitzgerald _; relive: ?". S ? our even con .
'u.- tort will" !hr Where Volusia Meets Beach. firmer. Hos fire centshigher. ti I J. B, CONRAD. Vice President t
Ceo. F. Crouch, Sec. n I
r,. i MUIKI.O ttiil tall night.at tli- Telephone 69 Cat:I* steady co stroas. i ':a.r j I'| F. N. CONRAD Cashier ;i cable: 1 '- Ate care to Iu,"'"' ,

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PIANOS and DELAND the county seat of

Concert Tuner is situated 23 miles southwest of

; PIANOS FOR RENT I COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the lat UNIVERSITY.1

BANK ter city by an excellent hard-surface DELAN D. FLA. .
road recently constructed.At Four Oolites; and 6
I INLAND FLA. Technical NchooU. t
DeLand is located the John B. Equipment '"'
nearly 111(1 i *!
ing r.O
RIMIMBIR: : Capital $100,000Surplus Stetson University one of the leading Endowment! sti.X.: .! ,
-WOMAN'S' educational institutions of the Faculty of 4tf Pro- .j.
$50,000A. lessors and In to!
Pkone 77 for EXC GEMILLS' Soath. Because of the interest in structors. Christian '. C J
- but non'tartll.n'
-- In 1'0'''' 'h,,' "'" educational DeLand is knownas
ICE CREAM .:: D. MCBRiDE, matters TVjtohlng. ture Coj
UI'JlI." t h"
___ ,if l'rt'stllt'nt of Florida." Information, !
.. "The Athens
with th. I"t..tlrtl-
?- ..:. :: address turnedbusiness
in ...61 ;
any _: :; " I" 0.. "." >1- J. B.CONItA1): of
;; Stetson University has a faculty Lincoln ,
4' :' J. Jlnhm 10. I.) \ (11\1- *Vlce-President Hnlley.
't.' .IIt' \ 50 and instructors.
., B. A. WOOl professors D.
European "" ,. h.'t' ; -. .. ... _4j CashierDREKA'S\ over $400,000 in buildings and President II< Dry

L I Restaurant I equipment; nearly $300,000 endow. JacobGuy

I DEMAREE.One P--- -_ Tact must be apparent to the most alone rep- ,
L. C. Carnegie Library
..... ; By meat; a J. I. PERKINS
superficial observer. With such lav- resenting an investment in building. /11
; of Daytona's crowning glorie'S ..
.t f 5 .I..j.e 1 is her incomparable beach. No BUSINESS AND ifrhveilth! of natural beauty it b-- DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than '

came a.Jl- easy thing for the hand of 120000. The library is the United lung fo|
: New Stock Just in at : one who: haj ever set foot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS STORE Attorney andCounsellor
tr-ati to gUre the finishing touchesWhich States Government depository for the sisterof
Peck's House : smooth racked sands; no one whoever | have out the colors Rid
: Bargain bicycle over its ex- EVERYTIING4 State"of Florida, and contains over
pedaled a
: 112 South Beach Street. : no one who ever drove a : I and outlines of the big picture. TO EAT, '15.000"volumes. Science Hall one at Law depart

UIsisISR.i.............. pans prancing; pair of horses and listen-1 I: .. .. :Man did all this in the laying out TO TO WEAR USE' 'ftb'neweist of 16 buildings, with return

....B.B.B.B.B.B.fl.B.B.Ills ed to the popping of their steel shoes I of the streets with their wide marginsof -=t its furnishings, represents an outlayof Will PractUe In 'Photng ,

: LING WAR-CHINESE LAUNDRY : upon its asphaltum-like face; no one :NlIGlSIlllISlSISllISISlSlSS a parkage. The entire city becomesa Rending Hoom 60000. Elizabeth Hall is one of State and ancII

c S *U !fOe REACH!: ST..' IUYTOXA, KLA. wbo ever steered a high-power automobile ': I: E. S. HALLArchitect : i grP. t park with driveways inter- KlevutorHrlee': the most beautiful college buildingsin FederalCourts"

: -=- Whit J'ressHhlrts Whirls in I'NIghtMhIr1s Wtiolf n Hhirts inZ 10.. down the broad stretch of'' :i U S s"tinc, miles upon miles! of driveways Rest Boom the South. :Ml

Check Hhirts K',Undershirts M wave-washed and surf-packed sand :: and BuilderNo. : *>o good as to attract motorists The city has a population of about Jacksoifports
.Z New Shirts Is'Hrawers: S G. A. DREKA & CO.
collar8tt.l3\ >ocks.p 8 but: realized that it Js a world beater ,: Palmetto< Ave. : from all over the contin..nt.And DELAND, F L.\. 3,500 with a thickly settled country Jr.LAND, FLA.
lkerchlfrs 3
2 OollaraorCutTs % H '
: L.adle8ejothesateorrespondlflgprlee aSl a world-wonder. Go stand upon !I': DAYTONA. FLORIDA. as for the pavements pave adjacent. DeLand proper is five I Smith
.IlISISllIlllISlllSIlIlt this wi-1e speedway and see the hap- !' a......................... ments that look and act like granite 'miles east of the SL Johns River on able .omuch ]

i t ..l5Il1llSISllISISlSlSIllS py souls flit by In joyous mood and :{ .1 where else between the eastern VolusiajtatyAbstracLColi the high rolling pine land of the WRIGHTINSURANCE

whether this is not one of | and we<>t?rn seas are f<> many milesin 'great "Orange Ridge" of Florida. ville t1
answer ...........
H. C. THOMPSON Agt. ............... I I
:; : the seven modern wonders. !I proportion to inhabitants? The :; .The predominating products are sary U

: LAMB ENGINESHLTPMOBILES : g W. C. CHOWNING M. D. I pavement question statdswith the oranges and grapefruit, the estimatedcrop
The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.) AGENCY
S : General Medicine and I treet as one of the chief drawing (Bert'un'Fish I). LrfimliR.; Prontdent! "' from this. vicinity being over *XtCberr

: Demonstration Given at Any Time. : Where thlnk you is water with more! : Obstetrics : cards.: Till some unheard of place retaryandleaS.Abstracts. ooooo boxes this year. Grapes, I }!

: PHONK : picturesque surroundings? Nearly a U Office Hours: l::*to3o.> ::(. 7tol'ip.m.' SS reports more and better Daytona Furnish 'peaches' : 'pears Japan persimmons, DcLand Florida

\ .I.IlISISlllSllIllSl'11111SlllISlOlSlSIlISISISIlIlll mile wide fringed with tropical vegetation Over Kodak Place. Phone 39. UU I chro'.vt down the gauntlet to the ed and Titles"Perfected' plums, pecans, guavas, strawberriesand ( Aj

artistic cottages with roomy IISlSlllOlSlSISISlSIllSIlllSISlllIISlSIllllSlllllSI world. other fruits are grown in plenty.In .
I i
verandas looking out upon her bosom Flowers Birds and Fruit. land
--- ----- ---- Squirrels, the of public improvementsare OLDESTLARGEST
: JACOB ESPEDAHL : I and Insured
gamey. food fishes in countless num- \Vh.'.tev-v, one's shortcomings and miles of fine shell roads, an
a Contractor and Builder bers beckoning as it were to thosewith howeer indifferent or even callous ;Maps: Pints and many o.i Sec
school electric ,
excellent lights
and Craftsman RAWLINGS :
Designer : DR. J. E. Huppll.-d
t a Superintend*Convtructlon of Kulkl- rod and reelher; bosom flecked I j one may bu to many things: the mere a system of waterworks that is owned POSs't'

a a ings. Plans on Short and Notle.I Hperttlciitlon>> ... : with duck and coot and snowy- : Physician and SurgeonnFFU'K : mentiOii (.f "flowers and squirrel l'vt..NI II, KI.K. and operated by the city supplyingthe ,_and BEST andv('

DAYTONA, .. ..OIUD.-\.. .. winged sea birds which sit: about as'' i b.rds: and fruits" will send a thrill water at little cost. on e-
: oVER KOI'I'I."E : purest
sIlslllslslssuslsIllllIISSlSISllSlllSlllSlIlllIS If for he sport of bobbing upon th c< : that is reflected in disended puplLi that by C
a I'h"II" $ BONDLU1lBER Nine houses of worship testify
For Florida rentaliitnda
waves; watch that lubberly o'fl! 0 a i i pi':icked ears. DcLand is a church-going commu

a a white headed pelican pouch a fa IIUSIISISISISIIIOIIIIISIII53llIlSISISIIISlSISI1I1_ __ _ _u _ !i For e,rery \"isitor'il:' a spare poo- \ nity. Baptists Episcopalians, Methodists FARMS ::;

; I : OSCAR MICHAEL : I mullet and that fish hawk stru-siln; : :!; i I !.wr Lh.Te ii a bunny ready to com.1 .- COMPANY (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES *0r

: upward with his floundering load) he I a 1 i bolt! MtinufarturtTs Of
m CONTRACTOR I :Linl accept :your Kil't. lie will sit Christians and Catholics TIMBER( or VoIusHheadq
; a snatched from the water : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS S : LUMBER'
m Filling and Grading : t-j i-i !'it and knaw mar, the meit, besides colored Baj,lists and Methodists TRUCK

., o aS See the beautiful laun-ches spick! : Civil Engineers B (" i->tinj; furtive; saucy giames at you LATH I t ,
are represented.
m Heavy Hauling a Specialty. LAND
.iud pan, wUh! hampers ami) lockers: a :< nie.tnvvhile; SHINGLES
N )
offers tenyears' ag.ti
*BBB.BOB.BBB0B.BtBOBeBflM. bulging: with refreshments! both! solid : DAYTONA, FLA. : 1! rhr.\"r.i.; Usually .fn-sh and 1>! n)'ii- MOULDINGSViii I The graded and school the building a which =S-nd for-ei Rnrgnlush to,", j
--- -- -- ---- course,
.-" -.M ; @ :'tid liqaid ready for a cruise upon th o J-;:-la"IIII..1: '.7::;. aa ClIIelSIOllIQ.SI.leleC .n!:? t li.. >t-ir; Mound you are reiui: d At. 11'': fix cf
|I' is newly
k \1tsIt"3. 1'IlVt. it occupies
) beautiful surface. Take out your f.eld'Claris .d l of (ioldMnith's couplet where p.,rC'IJ TilE mvnmm
tOOllilj\ -
\ 1
1111 III.
ELLA DeVOY & CO. L; throughout, and is one of the most :
and sweep the river lronOrinond : - m.lin! : its earliest visit paid \ > hiiiiri-'iH niKIMor.i.Io .
:> ; spr ns?
:! 1 1'ln-t-! ] -
and best
equipped pnb-
MILLINERY : bridge to Ponce I'ark ISllIlIl .lIlSISlSlOllI3IlS \id Mimnu'r's lingering blossoms (.i'(>rimt !..> Brick I \ [ CO ..I urn|
a lioi.il /Kind Brick !! lie schools in the State. .
light houso. then whether the
I Are Showing Fall Styles say : E. L. STEWART : are delayed. 11.:1.n.. FLA.1AiJS :i The trip from Daytona to DcLand I'h'I.\NI'. .'LA.I o) tier
Halifax isn't a thing of beauty and
i. _
III on* yid: roses of varigated hue I (levernato |
No. 8 Beach St., Daytona Fla. a Physician and Surgeon SS is made by automobile in a little
and of the modernWOlldtf5. .
joy forever
a one B
& !M j" ,'1111 lltti IItlltll 'Jotllv .i' t.1 I t Ii.a I :edoiiim.t ; another household} has I (

f _ _)!. _--!'_-Y"i' _ _ S anil K\f.1'.1010-11.Kill.: l TIniKit.. .. MiiiMinliii tiiul Nos.">\. .1111'.i. It?!" .. i I..i pt-nchant for the poincetta and the & fiSH! over an drives hour in and the there vicinity arc of many the I THE ()rospisaslien

; )(!X.x n'f>mi"lsr... aflame; another is hid pretty I
The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge. : liours: S If n. III. to'e. i I'. III.SISISISISISISISIII : i' Attorneys at Law : county site. A good road leads to I GORDONGARAGE
:ell in a jungle of tall cane. Varietyi
East Florida wood. .UIISISIISISIIISISISIIISISISISIIIS rructicinf 1 I In nil i DeLeoa Springs five miles, a historic
r;: :i .-. the sp.'ce; of life and here is where Htatc iii.d K. derul FOIcorn1
where 60,000 gallons of water
Ilidgtiwocd avenue Is upon the crestof I >ou find ir.I' OourttHfxcial facilities for spot ,!

!! Telephone Company i ii' a broad ridge straight as the crow 'I | The birds flit in, and wih( their investIgating and I bubble from the earth every minute. The en lies I
p'-rfi.ctlng titles
automobiles south
From DeLand go
Connections at Daytona flies and the wide spreading branches -' : DR F. H. HOUGHTON I Im i I joyous notes help to give fullness l' LANI', FI.A. shell and DeLandHeadquarters JJ tf.j.
to Osteen, 18 miles, on
of ihe heavy-trunked live oaks extend SDentist nd symmetry to the picture. I
for Distance Points .: their the 1 marl roads; theSt.Johns is crossed by
Long giant arms across magnificent I
As for fruits choice citrus fruits STEWARI & liLY 1 for
I and ferry near Ostccn and cars can then
vsta, forming an arch I
i'I __ ronu-e In IVrk murk J 5I tona.clds: the pain, to none forquality AutomobilesACKNTFOR
J- H. C. THOMPSON, Mgr. from these extended arms great festoons PHONKV.-..t Kiul: South Brkl!:.- Ua I and There Isaac A. Stewart continue to Sanford and Orlando by
quantity acre. ford
per K lily
of the S hard road. There is a shell road
Spanish moss sway as i.E.BBB.B.B.BB.B.BB.B.BB ..re scores of citrus grcvt-s in prox- Mnry Ht'wllrt Maxwell Tour
trade winds from the tropic: seas Attorneys at Law from DcLand to Orange City five

fan them. Looking straight ahead .B.B.B.B.B.B.B.-B-lllIlllIS--- 'inity to the city branches binding of nt.d Noturks Public] miles and a good road from DeLand ing Cars and

r TT H.:1. McCLELLAN 1 down this white shell street one ha 2 T. K. Kit/Herald K.: .... Oati". JjS j to Im.ous:the erth gclden with globes their which burdens for PrLAND.\. I to Lake Helen, a like distance. RunaboutsArthnrCi.IIRmlln

the impression of a fairy path with "
: FITZGERALD & OATES desirable
and aU I
bt-iuity. proflicacy
,: Mill Work i lftea draperies but as you move J Attorneys and Counsellors at LawS JtNflal ( qualities would truly astonish you. J. A.ERICKSON. BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO. I IC
I 'long and cast an eye first to the .. Kwjral IMIuiullnHAMLIN
I .iJ I Facilttl lor FII till aa
i IlIlIg> ;Manufacturers:
The Fastest Autos and The Finest I
Write or ask him about anything Z Tight and then to the left you see II uti IVrf.t-tint; 1..:lid Tit It.s 5
'l'honf'I14 a & CO. Light Granite, Buff, Red awl
I yon want made of wood Every. ( distinguished cottage homes in the : ottil-'lu'ollrmIBulldllg. SSISIIISISIIIS1IIIISISISIII Out.
Largest Stok Of
thing the best. most delightful settings.See The -{>\'. i.th world ,,wonder do '(IUi.k' Pianos and I Drab Brick
r. I ___ __ _ __ Organs Larptrnrw.\ III" IT" Prompt Milp- t
I Mio;: glistening leaf of the grandmagnolia ? Ccme whether from 3lL our Sewing Machines .
fin ut- \\ rll. I'r loocl! !< t ami I'rices.
Horth Rid ewood Ave. Pbone'g123 i 'i:&ie!:'?n? .!. S.!. I Soiltll (>f J U"'f.n\ lll.- I 1.1:1JUU: : : : "'1.I 1.\.
which nature hasarnished
(.r fro1 .Milinf. from Kalamazoo o HAMLINAttorneys
Di.l.ANl'' FJ.A.ALLEN'S. ..
'I . I I yt ii\i\i" X"X\.; J | DR. J. P. ESCH ,; ,I
I I I as no artis's brush ever could; and : Timbjuto: md you will be ho\\: LAKE HELEN II

: the cabbigo palms with their burdens and H 're is where the world's record for:
1, Physician Surgeon i'
t I of s-howy! fruit and swaying palms: : i speed is broken with every ret-urrrns Surrounded by several lakes
I PICTURESOUE? { PORT ORANGE !> -liln-nli:, l I'ri''. tilth li I11Is.uthi (..fJ1 pretty and
I see th-3 lo'elhoIl}' with its exquisite M I. K. rlinr.-h.. >nk.. litiiir- ,-.' t" V p. I :. :ton.uto...., the bi'-'Kfst, the fast- and guarded by lofty pine trees is Counsellorsat
." ,. N. xt to I'uv'.otlic.
t' in.. > ti>7 I". in. "I'lioiit] "" I 1'\YTt'NA f' I
_ _ _ _ _ = bury; see the climbing; vines !>, )IIKAI'II.ILADAS': : t'-t. and the finest are on daily ; Lake Helen a winter resort of no LawI'I.XI'

I OUT ORANGI Po t. i-in riot in the trees; bee the cryp-- '.'!I..i.. S...S'.I... .i. .... S '.!. .i' I :-.de aid the big siow i is as free 1)\1 DRUGGISTSJEVELERS I little importance. Camp Cassada a.

4 .npr..ttyItUIo.\-tIIn. I 1PORT ORANr1.ttuatPd [ '(II..::UI.MIS 1 forms which gain a foothold j t-.e: pun artesian "water, from a spiritualistic camp-ground is situated
t1\"t' flhII % .
I' .mthof 11t..tona ont t>n the great oaks and tfsitelyp.tfuis :! !. .!..!.. .!io !)o!"!' "!:.!.!...!.. '!.!"- : i tiiouidiids of flowing; wells. It Is .1 HF.LAXK' KLA. I near Lake Helen and at this Kl.A.

\ he Iftyton""w H 0 U S E :: and surely you will join in I < ontiiiiiour show with a coi):>tantl> I place several hundred people make

I nl"rn& hart) !stir. L'he!' chjrus and say that this; is a P POOL 0 0 L PARLOR : I -'iiit.fl3! : scene.Evegything I winter headquarters. A latge lumber

,t fc-roadthsente hlgb"'BY of th.- ":I&.tC"O'tst. S FredCuinmins I world wonder for beauty. t; NOW OPEN. .;.: I goes, from ahors.:! ., r. W. FisherDrug I mill and the largest brick plant in "FflyNTAIN'S"DBLAND

I t The town. Is Owner aDd Manager I Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage | Clean and Warm and : I power up to a 2:IJlj-hol'4ie: power and Co. i the South arc located at Lake Helen. FLA.

I ).eat4onth. hullfI1 I Homes.Xo I A Good Place to Rest :; '!' ;'Jl degree of petd from a canter Drugs, Stationery I ORANGE CITYI
: River, and Iseonntet.d u a two-mile-a-uiinute dip.011 \\ J1niobably I ClothingFurnishings

j with the. PORT ORANrE one of Daytona's attractions | Play Pool Now (: : catch the s-pirit: when yo.i :. Huylcr's Candies I The principal attraction around
J'f'nIDlula! oppeslt. Checks Given < Kodaks, Cigars .
t." a brtdg. perhaps; commands more nearly universal !; i do the roads: and the beach are yours 1)v.LAS. "'1.A. .:\. Orange City is the many handsome Shoes

.; The town 1'1 w..ll IIEACIIf attention and praise than does | Myrtle Ave. and Beach St. : j The Florida sunshine is fr&the golden orange groves. The town is

bid out ROIl bas the artistic cottages. The owners of i ) oiwm o.\'\! balmy ocean breezes are free the : supplied with water said to be the

f rftny pretty bOI11t'I. Lots for Sale. these l'harming"fllas hail from everycorner ;, birds; and squirrels and flowers are I A. H. OODALL purest in the world, another attrac-

tourist A large! and numlM'r wtnt..r of Liberal Allowed Terms for of the country and they bring .............................: !j free the: sparkling fountain: water i it tion to visitors. It is at Orange City I

I'Psidt'nh n18k I'ort IMPROVEMENTS their own architectural plans and : When You Are Looking! for :: :' ':rt e and jou will have to go down I' The that passengers over the Florida East I

; Orangewlnterhead- Ocean River build' upon them, and as the archi- : it.iito: your wallet only for com for Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and
or : Some One to Do
uartt-ra.. en. of the I '..'ctunj of section of the :, '
FISHING one countrydiffers : auto, and bed a.id board. GROCER drive to Deland. The town is sur-

.a.no"1 thf'nttraetl.nS excellent (niobite'onvnInt HuC'to. ('our-t.t AutoFeing from the architecture of another t This ;Is no fanciful picture; it's al! rounded by land peculiarly adapted I

nhIng. tluol Hrlolg. so do our homes differ in | Electrical \Work i here. It Is drawing ether thousands nEL.o\ n. TLA. oJ to the cultivation of citrus fruits. 1..1.":<:b, FLog DA
-\pply to outward and structural
appearance -- -- -
A short dlstanN' WM. C. HOWESi : and h<,'dnjr: them enthralled it will j -- -- --- ----

i 1 1 nest 3f Port Orange, Aj'ntI beauty from one another. There are t: inarm ai'd! hold jou. Come and b.-e |! .....................................................
I rr tht> rt'm"I of Port Ontut': Ia. PO monotonous rows of strikingly : PHONE 14, :. I .
; !
old unlawton .
a" : - ---- -- I
similar build'ngs but the eye as it i

r.. 1.'.,:gir'at,r by Is nltH.visttPd hundr..II a .pillet''wr Port Orange sweeo"change by is whkh treated keeps to a the kaleidoscopic mind- IFORLAWI! :, : "From the Grove to the Table" (; THE DAILY NEWS !

rj One tln1t' OYSTER[ CO "
; Irlsts. wondithg.VIit: next? .
II It U no' only the exterior of manyof .
c.! Port Or"ng" !iurGrow'r; nndI..alf'r I! : Grown on the Halifax. .
th't--? homes which rivets attention to ''some whose
.Ii fr l'' rounding I".H. was a -nt the oIl tn- OYSTERS and I ; ; w".h.c they are models of con- : Best Prices Best Work : The finest, quality of fruit for sale : Gives Away three persons i

I. olzonnd sugar &an' ,>to Or CLAMS:," ..-nl&\"tona I 'enienc. and the finishing and furnishing : NORTH BEACH STREET :: m single hexes or car lots. Special !' names were mentioned in -the- -- *4
1.lantation.Th..mill : i tii\9 evidence of the eleganceand : attention paid to filling orders.
r WIlS operated eatensv1vInthosarIY- I :....... .................: i Every Day previousday'spaper .4 4
cultivation of those who worked --- MUNROE & STEVENS -_ 4
d IYe hut h been ta SIj I it all: out. Indeed, it is the interior ........................I., GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. 4. 4
U 4
1 tj'u'e: for forty or Real Estate j arrangement and artistic furnish: : JOHN P POLLITZ :: Office Ne't to the Ridgewood Hotel. : Four Tickets to the Crystal :.
::1 J t\. years. I i and shading more than the exterior .
A \'ery InteretingrI. \ Insurance I appearance that gives: a surpassng: S. .S I -- - : Theatre and aMerchandise !

!. '.' from In .tonl lI t, I :
It.' ixean l.zItI I Order for 25 centsonl/some] :
: I .
to' tll' a&l'proat'\1\ 01! Port Orange.;:: lla.tli. ture justly merits prominence as another I 5 and lOc CakesMcDonald's .I GITTENS MESSING 4 6

,f 1010't.' .Port... nerot Oran, I:... I. I' woni'er.Streets S.........................S.: . .... '" i I.. \i..i \ '" :. local store. : : : : : : : .

J. 1 d 811(1 tlI. II J I and Pavements the Most IIIIISIIEIIIISISISISII. : -s Fresh Fish 6
I ; : J S G MtRTI\R I lli /( ) 4 4'
.... ) 6 .
I" .illt tb roll>:!h I II. and Best. : '
: Boat Yard x t Clams 6 .
;-In'ill.tI &.t f"1 (II
1:1; :},..rt t5r.snlze '0 IU.% [(icneralri. I Why th Architect of the rl\'r"l': : a Established: 1903 : and Rose *
Watch for
Bay Oysters i themvour'name
;.... or 111'' .'. I. II l1erchandiscr I I chose to give Daytona: the most: ...dmirab : CHAS. M McDONALD. Proprietor = 1 ,s. maybe i

I 1m:' J old stt :lr J *. the most picturesque naturdsetting I Railways. Boats Built. Repaired : ; Market on South Beach! Street I 6 .
I r 1':1.turlliJl: ; tit I
I l'a tytona h T the road I'tlrt Oranze na. j,. II of all the cities of the South o and Housed. Ua ;. Phone 5 Prompt Delivery; : next :

( vn .t10. II'. : lld., --- ----- --- !Is not revealed. bat that such is a SISISISISISISISISIISSISISI S +?,,!-!-. .!.!.!.!.! !+!' '!' !'!'!'!'' .'! ; ......... G.4 44.c'.4..6'e4....... .....................4

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STETSON ; We Need to Have One Fifty Years Ago Today.Jan. II PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA r I

[UNIVERSITY :1 Million Men to Defend 30. I' SMYRNA is situated fif

J DKLAND, FLA. President Buchanan signed the HOWEAND NEW miles south of Daytonaand ORANGES
Pour College and 6 bill making Kansas a state. The is an ideal spot reached If you want" the
TlVchnlcalhchooU. j I Our Coasts. Pacific railroad bill passed the from Daytona by a hard surface road very l t..t Orange
IE lutpment costIng i CURRIERFLORIDA winding through one of the most picturesque iippU at
United States senate. 34 to 14.
nearly $100(000)
endowment Ho6/W). i I It authored a government indebtedness parts of Florida. Point Grove
acuity of 4V Pro- II With its ancient ruins dating backto .
I for th. Ut'dtllnd Indian -
Iffgsors of $1"1,000,000.Twentyfive
and In- a time when the history of man ,
Jt fjut*.<.t In thestall

1 Teaching Co., t>f Sou..h Beach street, returned Years Ago Today. XKW: "HMMIXAFLOItIl the modern telegraph and telephone
for Information its miles of shell streets as Grove situated llm.
Jacob Schaefer for America b.1
won -
1 address Saturday afternoon from a
: V hard and smooth floor and from Daytona on
Standing Not as a over
Lincoln the international championship the Ua'tona.NewSmyrna
Hnlley.. trip. M. LEIDERSDORF
1 i arched by hoary forest giants that
Ph.1), Lttt.1>, iI I aL,billiards by beating the Road.
; Resident Agent
LL. D. I grew in stately grandeur during the
President .; Dry lUeoak: so.O'ecod/ for sale. I i Army f wB Ready French champion Maurice Vignaux Town and lapse of bygone centuries, New Prices FERD Moderate
Sspedahl So. Ridgewood Ave.: In a highly sensational of
:: Jacob Country Smyrna is truly a place romance
contest In New York. Schaefer NORDMANNProprietor
1.1. PERKINS r O-6t I! Urgent. i 06* For War. made the remarkable runs of Property and rest.

Y I 1GS. ITS and 180. All nature here is very inviting to
1 Guy S. Brown who has been \is-
I I the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
sting for a week with his ,mother and:
Attorney andCounsellor I R. S. HALEY 1 too is to be found the best fishing and
sister at their winter home, corner By General FREDERICK DENT GRANT. Commander the Department of the EaaC Old Age of Oyster
I hunting in the state of Florida.
of Ridgewood and Second avenues,! Oysters
IS TRUE THAT OUR i iI I SEED ROCXD MILLION. It grow only during summer GeneralHardware The the business
at Law departed Saturday afternoon on his : and especially during long warm summers people are thrifty

return to Central Lake Mich. I II I IT COUNTRY 15 NOT PRE is certain that \vc have not nearly at that. and are scarcely big men enterprising and all unitein

I I PARED FOR WAR. WE I enough for the mouth before the third andBuilder's extending the welcome hand of
I enough TRAINED MEN in read-
IWJU Practise in Phone 2S will call for your cleanIng -. NEED TO HAVE A MILLION MEN year. It Is easy after looking over a hospitality to strangers. There are

State and and pr- s.img. tf BURNETT. TO DEFEND OUR COASTS. WE I iness. bunch of shells to tell how old an five church edifices for white peopleand

FederalConrta NEED A LARGER STANDING I Suppose there should come a oyster is. A summer hump and the Supplies, an equal number for the colored
H. :M. Smith who returned from : winter sink come across the shell Furnitureand population; the town has an excellent
ARMY. I DON'T ASSUME TO with nation.
Jacksonville Saturday afternoon reports war a powerful every year but after the seventh or high school. a splendid public

D=LAND. FLA. his brother J. Mortimer' LOOK AHEAD TO THE POSSIBILITIES \Vhat would the United States do 1 IIt tenth year full growth comes; then by library, aad up-to-date bnsiness
Smith as very much improved and I OF WAR BUT I THINK' looking at the sinks between the UndertakingNew
would have to and houses
able-Jo leave the hospital. He was so, IT IS WISE FOR US TO BE hurry up humps it is hard to tell anything more
WRIGHTINSURANCE much better after reaching Jackson READY FOR IT. draft some 600,000 men to de- about Miss Oyster's age. Oysters easi- SmyrnaTHE There are any number of pretty
I ly live to be twenty years old.-New homes for the permanent population
ville that it wa though-a necessary fend its coasts that's what. Properly -
not I War is a gamble, isn't it? We York Press. which numbers close to 2,000. and

to operate. I to equip those men would some very fine winter residences. STATMIAKI
lick the
might by training
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AGENCY I A New One on Him. There are good hotels and
take weeks. Guns cannot bo madeas boarding
"Now is the time for planting HOUSE I I
it from tho fort and I I
our guns on It was after the stone laying ceremony houses where find
Cherry Laurel live fence. Box 89. II they were made in the old you can accommodations I
then again-well, what's the me and a wire was sent to the F. W. SAMS to meet your requirements I NfW SMYRNA 1

|DeLand, Florida 4G-L"C i I of speculating? I'm not afraid of 11a 'S. It takes more time, for theyare with builder great with eclat"the The news.builder"Stone sinoth laid 'PHI-T..1t!: Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a i' JOHN:'I'rn.hlo'nt T. HAMMOND:' ,ll Tia
C. A. Young of Glencoe: Long Is Ii better guns that \\c use now. erin awful oath, muttf'rt'U Rates section of vegetable land as can be ;
;g an ' '
i any one getting the best of us. : (ii: ) L. I1KANNI.NCTransacts: : :
land, X. Y-, who recently purchasedJ. found anywhere. This land has been .
| The whole army equipment would other new foreign cement! and flung 53.00 I
)LDESTLARGEST But I do that OC'GIITI per Day i
JJonnellj's residence property say \\e the missne from him In passionate divided into small farms which can I I
I have to be. HUSH) and it a
ou Second avenue but does not take GET OURSELVES READY. di-jrust: .-London Jlobe. I Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Someof I I

possession until later, has rented would be impossible! to do it in I I Week the finest celery grown in the stateis i General
It is useless to thato: are
: Banking
and BESTor and will 1 occupy the Hawaii cottage; I say time to CIIKOK THE ADVANCES ]) Labor: rids us of three great; evils I .h::xo.II.'nt Hunting raised on thisland. All other vegetables I 1 1I
: in shape to into irGsnnexiess. vice and Voltaire -I aunt I i-hinj.::: Business
on Cedar siretct. vacated Saturdaj' go a desperate ; poverty. grow in abundance, and here :
by C. S. Wean and familj. The ; fight as we stand right now. We NKV.MMN: .\ too, is the home of the famous Indian I I 4 l\r Cent Interest _
10'1.111:11'\ un 1 ime l l5postts
Florida rental was made through the Kdmondsoa River oranges.
are not. ,
"'htt: is their iiuun reason for watt
FARMS ; & Donnellj a en(')'. CALCULATE WHAT MIGHT HAP-
I DEFEND OUR COASTS. tag; n lUvom" ""I't'auo I: :; they are - ---
GROVES PEN IF OUR ATLANTIC SEA married "Houston:; Post I
.,. Dr. J. C Herman. Osteopath 20Volusii Secretary of War Dickinson says '
TIMBER or : A H'., Daytona. Phone 40. tf BOARD WFRE ATTACKED. WE \ .................................../ ...............N
we want !)OOOOO, men, while thereare ... ......................
'.. T. E. King, traveling freight only :114,000 available. I am PROTECT IT. t R. H. MCDONALD :
!: agent of the Southern rail\\aj, with the word I Joseph Zapf
"' 'nU Cur nil rgnlu disputing secretary's OF THE PACIFIC. IT TAKES
HUt-et" to. headquarters in Jacksonville, was in : MEATS :
l : this city on busine Saturday lea\- but I have figured it out that woi TROOPS TO MAN THE FORTS :

THE G01DWHEN ing in the afternoon for his homeat v Florida and Western :. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. .

{ CO St. .\ugtlhtine.Ir: King has just i Invitation Declined. I Sad Ending. I .* The Choicest Steaks and .* : Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor :
I returned from a trip to Miami: and The following note was handed to a "E itunf il.-ni.ini] stories that ('n.ll'rhll'
i. The Primest Roasts : house in Florida. Sole distributors for :
other points south and says that henever teacher in a public school not lung ag>: happily. '''; tliat accounts for \ .
i1VO "'LA i
saw a finer sight than the to- i Dear Teacher-Klnt.ll excuse John's jour lack of suctv:;*.** .
1 j T..lll1on..l1.I vhnt you want and \\<' : Anhcuser-Bush Celebrated Beer :
mato fields: at present and the absence from school yesterday after.noon "l'ussllJl," rcplii-d the joiiru: author -i''I. will ...iul u\ortn ..... tint yell K(.-t It. J
1 us he fell in the uiud. I'r doing I with a rather skkh uule': ".\11 :
:; I. Phone e3POULTRY :
THE i'f : 4t Special attention is called to the
-i I the same you will kindly oblige his I mine han a sul -rulln-th"J'; RO into
GORDONGARAGE I I mother." I the waste piper' lu: ket."-lit.ISits.A I. .* : MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. :

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I FOP PEX7: -Furnished residence -
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I Runs Into Them. I I Tli" ":irll 'r\oul"atouroid, ( tt.! .
'j Uldpewood and Volusia avenues : Price lists will be ) furnished. :
i : cheerfully
state Ifoyer
When a man can't moot his rodltorsI : greater than: when "dto-r ehnne. cuu 11:0": of G..ttI :

The ; ..iJ.ht rooms and bath Apply I I- just tin tune that lie is; u1Illolt.: to I nil IN "11I"I'I1I1"I1"! : hands: are employed the l'IlIIlI"I.. . ... . .... ................NI
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DeLandHeadquarters to S H GO\ E or any agent ltft :: dude thorn.-I.ij>i> lH'ott's In the service of the public.-Hume. .......................... I

AutomobilesAGENTFOR for t WNmr'imwrrWiWI WNr ''imWNNNm 'ir imfWNmr'ir,(\ ifWW.W.lMW ifWW 'rwn. : :

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ing RunaboutsArthur HAMLIN Cars f:.P.HanillnUoyal lluiulln and I I DOES YOUR PARLOR WOK JUST RIGU I ? [ _


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I WELL, then, tell your painter to get some

DsLAND, FLA. i Cold Water Calcimine and tint

Shoes ClothingFurnishings CAP L VI your walls to perfection; then get Kyanizeand '

; finish a beautiful border on the floor

J 0 w Then select your rugs from our racks where you I Ia.


aDELAD! I can see the complete effect of fifty rugs in five j

,FLOKI DA minutes. Then to the next floor and select couch , a..

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............. chairs rockers tete-a-tete and center or library z .F; E ii .l:

table in keeping with the room It would afford ..:: .

wsjSons 1 I us great pleasure to serve you in all of this work. d ; t l I Otis


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I .. .. .. .. THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Peninsula 'VarietyI: .r4.4

: ; Published every evening) except 7.in- ,

I.IANTHONY'SI day, from December 1 to April 1. by Store i WE SELL i I i

THE GAZETTE-NEWS CO. DAYTONA BEACH:FLA. t : Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of || 4;

T. E. FITZGERALD Editor.C. Exceptional Mon"'Y-t>avlng I
Values In : lubricating oils on the market. : 1! i
S. HARRIS, City Editor. :

I SHOES I I.i GEO.HARRY F CROUCH L. ROOD,, Superintendent.Entered Adv. Manager. Japanese Enamel Ware China i. REPAIR aWE i" f ....

as second class matter Laces .
I Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. : O Greatly
December 1, 1910, at the postoffice Ribbons
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at Daytona, Florida, under Act of 'Opposite Webster's Grocery Store .. .0 .

March 3, 1879. Seabreeze Ave. 5
--- Central Auto Garage. .
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I> An Ujtily ord Ntw r for otflce:25!' cents eforo on this tomorrow! store will night.be given A.McF. Porter If he will call atVie Complete Machine Shop J .....................-.0.............................: :....

i I ......NO.0.0.ONNIO....IOONIOOeO.OOOONNN.0 \ Clarendon d Garage 6 g Co C REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS BY J

.NN.NN.......+...+.......+.............*..+...* COMPETENT MACHINIST. *. ....-_ ..*' .+ r+
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I By Rail and River. i j I.t t AUTOMOBILES OPPOSITE HOTEL FOR CLARENDON RENT. SEABREEZE?Iarih(100:: (I' .n., FLA.(' >. t.+. j Ii I Toast rdc5 Your Bread in 2 Minutes .i..

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LINE. I ,over[ to the next term of the criminal ; ELECTRIC TOASTERS ? ) :.
HANLY ISBOUND court Sheriff Smith ktpt him 0S
I in the Daytona jail until Sunday, All]
Best-Service toy the East ,when he was taken back to th r ., AND IRONS a selectee

.ounty jail at DeLaad. a
heave Jacksonville..................llh5a.m.7::!tl a.m. OVER : I help us I
Palmetto Limited.DAILY. ArrlveMxvannah ,
Augusta........ .. ......... &. )p.m. II Z
Carrying through: Coaches, :: t'nuricKton 4.27p.m.: : WRECK( OF SHIP R REMOVED( withal
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ifa.m. '
[ Richmond. ''' '' '" The Electrician. Phone 71
Electric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room :: 11'xshington: :!!......... HAW: a.nt. o J. B. GARRISON : finestSumJ
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Beepers, Dining Cars. Jacksonville to .. altlmorf. *.. ... -*.
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New York.New :W New Phlladelphht..11.:5tl.York.:! .......... 1w p.m. BY TITUS. FROM MOUTH OF ST. JOHNS. .

Except Sunday. NO.MLejve "- ........................ ..8iti.0100.
York and Florida Special. Dally ........ ............... ...
1.11p.m" :
Description of this popular train de Luxe. Jartjonvllle" ......'. 5.1i1'4' p.m. EXPLOSION OF FIVE TONS OF
This train consist of Pullman Drawing .. H.:?) p.m. BOND LUMBER COMPANY
Boom BUt Room Hlceplng:, Dining and LItamry Richmond ... 7J6. 8.111. ADMITS STEALING BICYCLE : .l
-Wrvatlon cars, heated by steam i .Arrive... .... 'ltsblnjlton.....................hi:5n.m.epn I DYNAMITE TEARS HULL TO Manufacturers of .
; with the new high-speed! brakes and $altUuoreM ...11Ci 8.1lI. : U
br tartly lighted throughout by t'1t'e'trlc. .. Rest Phlllld..lphllt........... U.s. p.m.I I BITS AND REMOVES THE OB- ROUGQ and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER .
ny special lights being pro'ldt'd"for writing"f'W each :: fork Pt"nn. K" H.or AND $$25 CASH AT OSTEEN. i ; .
berth. nffordlnK perfect comfort In Io'ta..1th Aw.. 3'd! Mi..._ :unp.ni. Laths. Shingles Flooring Ceilirtf.r Brick. Litre sad Cement in Stock o ..
101'reading at nlgbt. STRUCTION.The
: (.tflc"lIml Yards! : East Coast Kallway and Orange Ave. .
Florida and West Indian* Limited.* ( Wave.. Havannah Jacksonville................. S.ISa.mArrive I.I!!>p.nf YOUNG IOWA SCHOOL TEACHER wreck of the steamer I f 'Phone 83. R. J- MAL BY. Manager. i iI. ..

DAILY. Carrying f Through Coaches, Charleston Augusta ............. .. 5.HI 1.50p.iii.p.m. Chatham, which struck on the jettiesat ....................................................
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Richiuond 5aoa.ui. DOWN ON HIS
Electric-Lighted: Pullman Drawing Room :.. \\Itl'h I njton.!; ..".... ...... !C.4t1I1.m. the mouth of the St. John's rive I.
Cars. Jacksonville l Ullltimort' .... .............1II.(1211.111.to and sank January 10 last year, wa.sLlown
Seeping Cars Dining& 'Yo Yh111u1elphla..lY"tp.ut!' : ANSWER CHARGES AT CRIMINAL with Saturday evening '...,..............-.-- -.........- I
New York. :-;t'Work.: 1.511 p.m. up dynamite: !
COURT. the channel of the : ,
to clear j r
Coast Line Florida Mail. Leave Jacksonville............ 7Sip.tti.)

Arrive MIt'.ltnIl8h..I'... ............ :!(' a.lII.. Charles: Manly, the young man obstruction.
1 ('hnri.-t.ton &\ I.'iIl.III.and
DAILC'rrymg: Through Coaches When the steamer first sank the That
( .... ",, |tlf| SewingIMachine .
N Electric-Lighted Cars. Jacksonville Drawing toew Room York. !". KhYnBton Kiitimon-.:::.:....:.::.!ijMa.Stops -::"p.lII.' !p.ut.. I wanted here on charges of stealing forward end was oai of the water II I I'I The P.

Sleeping "'. Philadelphia .... *.*:1.11I.. $:O from the purse of Mrs. Hoffman and the part of the bij; boat under>r : Palm lire
at Meal Htatlon l I
legal Sleeper Jacksonville{ to S. ..nnah."w::" 1Ork.I-i: .nt. at the Myrtle and a bicycle: belong the water did not offer any obstruction I II ..

ing to M. Aultman: was brought to .le; channel bur th'f': .
Best Trains to the West.No. .
here from l DeLand Saturday by Indian hurricane of I :.st Oc-to!>er I I Ii ...I...I.r
i : o... Sheriff Kd Smith and given a pre- moved the wreck out ;:Into ihe str: HM
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I! South Atlantic Limited tl.'r.;;! o1''gl Montgomery Route .,7aadp'. '
'_ Irmin .ry hearing; before Ju.sti\c Titus; so that only the lor\\ard nm> .
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.. .. !; Saturday afternoon, being bound overj showed above the surface or tit t I
Lv..Jackronvtlk Ar R.I.pin : I I.1"; I.,'. .Juck onv'lll..Ar 7'a"ue. !
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*pm n l.\r ..... \tlantll. .... Lv,1i.inn o;I.:+tam \r ;Mont; tllII..Q..J.,.. rnpm j to the next term of the criminal \vaVer and the; -sunken .iiull o'f. red a husband'sfactory .
.. ...., of in -
.uIII"'II1.' Lv "'0811I Ar. Blnnlnhlllll. were
8.40pDlr... : : 1'111 .. : .. 8.4i 1'11I1'lIialllAr. court under bonds of $lO on the menace to transportation. invetigation =- yours your .
4.11111111 17.ii. 1I..hIIIo' 14..illlll! .
ii Indlauulalis..I.v. pni jAr .i.v .
8.t5pm Ar.. .C f11cinnutI..ln:i "'.'IIIIII i !..lUIIIIIr..... 1":1111"111... ....I.v. ::I.iautL10am I' charge of petty larceny in connection resulted ia a rc- -mnie::da! .
Ar.... t'hicugo. ... .1." 9.. ,IJIIII ..1111111I ,.tr..Kt.l4iul. ......I.'. li.tripm | he'd use a Westinghouse Electric -
I: I, I \I'ISUIII: jAr... .....hkIlIW..J., Chipmtt I with the theti of the bicycle. lion to the war department that I 01.01.i N.
I I i I I The young man was: captured at he removed and the work waa ordered i Sewing Machine Motor to run it.Why _

,< No. 4.1 Dixie Flyer Route I No. 11.). : :\0. II:!. ;i Seminole Limited N o. n,t i Maitland by an officer from Osteen done. ON
I 1-' where he had taken $:.:> from a, guest Five tons of dynamite: was ns d to don't ? I I'I :

A.f6pin L' .... JII\'son'I1It.\ .. \r .': I:1m ".411 JIm I Lv ...Ju: 'k...onvlflc..Ar' 7dL.am1o. I at the hotel and turned over t'Sheriff '! blow up the wreck and it was placed i you I i
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(118m!.5 pm Ar..ltiantit Ar..11'uyerosc: ..I., -IIIIHII III.t"l'lli:!.:'IIIIIII IAr'.u.. .. .; I"u{.ro.II,.........l.v I.,. 1."a I dream unit Smith. j I in position in various parts of theship It doesn't take I ,.
.. ...: ; .. ,.1 ;: a man to operate :
H.t5plll Ar..I-.lIn".lIlt. I..v"WUIII Ii.stnun: 4.19 pun After being brought! here it was, under! the wat:>r by dives.Vhen N
f8al1l Ar..UGIeulo.: .. .1.., p.r.pn, ;)uut Ar ....../'hituo ..::::.l.v: p.iput7.YOain :. ,::::: .
Ar..fo\t.Loulo;:..... Lv: 1'1..111111' ;) 7.u in1 !,.1r..Mt., Loui' ...... .\'' .:: pin dot-ermined that he was not the man I I all was ready the charge lvae lired : the motor it is made for woman. .
III I who had come as a new guest! at]! by an electric current from a small ; I kab

For Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or WriteA. I the Myrtle! and suspected of later,: motor boat several hundred yards I Expensive to operate? Well hardly; N..

W. FRITOT. Division Pass. Afit. W. D. STARK Traveling Pass At.JACKSONVILLE. I remo'ingthe $.",0 from the purse of from the wreck and the explosion I .

138 WEST BAY STREETSeminole - - - . FLA. I the landlady, and he was hed only: j: threw water and debris a distance I the current costs only a half cent an .N <.. ,.
on the charge of the theft of the of .:1O: feet taco the air. It a so torea

I I bicycle, which he admitted. The bicycle -: big hole in the mud under the hour. 1 Nr0f9.fiI. ..

Limited Steamers U.S.AConstitution. I was returned to Mr. Aultman,: sunken chip and the big hull s.t- I
who placed the value of it at about: tled into the depression.An .
SOLID TRAIN AND $18, which is not sufficient to hold I; investigation showed that :.ere <

Electric Lighted Throughout.CHICAGO the prisoner on a charge of grandlarceny. ; i is now :30 feet of water above the ; 1 The Schantz Electric Ice I ..
lie alfo admits taking the')I sunken vessel I and no longer any .

p15i are now running betweenDAYTONA money at Osteen which will give a !i danger to navigation. The ship belonged ..

I case of grand larceny against him I to the Merchant & MIneis I: : and Water Co. ..
I and and he will be tried on both chargesat line. :1 1 .

i ir I PALM BEACH the neck term 0: court. I -- : 0................................O ........ ....... rr
I Hanly claims to be a schoolteacher Jan. 30 In American History.

I I from Iowa and says ths:: in 1S30:; -Itcd Jacket a noted chief of tlu- : Steam

ST. LOUIS Leaving Daytona Saturdays and j the first time he has ever fallen by 1 Seneca Indians, dial: born l'.:'l.IS35 -e..ooe..e..sa..o.a.--* N.
Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. I the tva)'s'tile. lie is a clean intelligent ',, Attempt( to assassinate Gener.tIAndrew ; g ..
AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. bound South. I looking young:: fellow! who feels Jackson president of the N

OliMTMttic Compartment and !SI>-<.p. Leaving Palm Beach the humiliation of hit arrest keenlyan.l I Ii United State Southern I .
InyCnr- i.hx ulual U-rth lluhl.. Frl.v. -... Saturday::i chief, Railway i N
deeply: regrets his temporary Ions 1ST.S- :';('(' : famous C
)trcllnin!: t'hair "1' I'Liuns: I ar. and Tuesdays at 9:00: a. m. .
Jack\ oui vlll. viii: p. nt. I of will power and digression. from the dial, : born lull< o
bound North. .
s Ar.'hklllU.> 7:1.I: a. in.I Andrew Jn-ks Smith. I !
Ar. Ht. l-oul, 7:::" a. III. Prinr,. tire: horkREPUBLIC' \ straight path. He says; he was down 1S97 General NORTH, EAST A WEST II. Palma
For rl! fplny car .rrvatioii>- and railroad U. S. A., retired uotttl FeiUruiconr.iiamlcr. 0
I II' on his luck) and out of money and N
tickets\ ails .
diitl; horn 1M.
IL c. c'\" T\'I-I..I.: could not resist the temptation t > 41 .
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I' Florida IVAm... .lacUM.Vivlll.\ ', Kla I Fast Vestibule Trains Daily ==
t take the bicycle to get .t.o wine other I ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. ==

1 i \\1111'1\11 ltwt....nDAYTONA town where better opportunities : (From uoon t'Mll !tll:11"11 i tomorrow.) i I
1 might be offered. At O,:teen he FROM llr
: I Sun sets 5:11: riser 7ii7: : moon pits ,,0II SI
ir0-.9 i, AND says he found more money lying 6:34: p. m.; t H::.. a. m.. Moon in cnn- N
ST. AUGUSTINE around than some person seemed to; Junction with plan.-t Venus, passing I JACKSONVILLE"The i
I The Attractive Way I 'ast..r the ,,(aut-t. .*'.'.. dt- .
I Early In F."hrullry have use foro he appropriated $U.:> I from west to ( r

I of :i.t and continued on his journey. I, Frees south therc'.!. I'lanet: Mercury : I Florida Special" 7:40: a. m. I SitOcean
I McCOY BROTHERS After the prisoner had ,'been bound visible low in east.STEAMER t r. f
I North and West I I "The Southern's Southeastern Limited" 9:00: a. r are lar
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I 0 I......................... : I.... .........o............................00040Mi I "The Florida Limited" 8:05: p. m'l : on vice appjTH1 is I

J South Atlantic Limited 4I' "The Atlanta-Jacksonville Special" 8:50: p. :a
: STEAMERS : : .ir..I
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H Leaves A solid Jacksonville through train 8:15 daily pm. Ii! Uncle Sam andCherokee : 'I i SWAN "I n. i iI

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For Cincinnati & Louisville Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars"to Atlanta, A&hville. Cincinnati a Sr
0 : Chicago. Cleveland, Colorado Springs, Detroit, Louisville and New York. .
O Through electric lighted sleepers : 4I. I LENGTH 150 FEET-281 TONS. I i .
\. To Indianapolis & Grand Rapids I. K.'K THK: FAMnrs 4 7 r

: With excellent accommodations and service lighted hy .. FreshAmericl

II Dixie Flyer Ii TomokaRiver !: j electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passengersis 1 SOUTHERN RAILWAY DINING CARS i r..

I : i betweenDAYTONA :
0 now being operated
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O t1 Leaves A solid Jacksonville through train 8:25 daily pm. : III I I City Ticket i Office, IDS West Bay Street Jacksonville i Florida I ......I

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For ChicagoMontgomery :::1 .IN... I.. MKKK., I.. I K. I'KTTIT.
'i.. <.. I'. ... Atiiinia.. *.::. I' '. A., .li.. 1.-.rt.vil!!. Kla. ....

I Route 0 *: Every Tuesday and SatO [ II PALM BEACH L ...........H.. - ....

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urdayin January. I: ..
H Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pin. 4, + I .
II Drawing room sleeper daily .. .::.-:=-: -== 4 4 es, F. E. C. TIME I TABLEIN :

For Evansville & St. Louis O 4 4i I and Intermediate Points through the Picturesque Halifax : EFFECT JAMAKV .,. ivnJackxMiiUe .O.

I I 1I i 1 0 Dining Cars on all trains i INLETAND j,' !,' I and Indian River Route. a ....I.TII But.I.-ItI, : __t__,Irt._ __ __ __n %..lzI J" l 1.1 "t-._-1-:.-\I-, Ft-.--- .......

i For full particulars addressT. ,' : Leave Daytona Thursdays. 8:00: a. m. a a7 w7 u.. ac !I. au :ti 'tM e..'r a'oir !'

j B. WALKER, Fla. Pass. Agent : i Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8:00 a. m. - .- --- --- --- .. ." --- ....0
o I NEW SMYRNA 1 i H I : . :
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St. AuiuMii f ;
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: o 1:.: FOR TICKETS AND STATEROOMSMR. ; i! ?4As ! W -,. ; !!., onmad Isa.t'.na, ; ; a. i i! ..

Louisville&NashvilleRailroad 1 fci I : "I"t.t": .
Every Monday and Friday ;:I: : ii is: FOSTERAGENT. i, ;. I : I:. U.PitlmR.nJ..'\11I1' I .. Sell
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Leaves Ferry Dock at 9 a. m.t : :> t > t > .
J 118 W. Bay i News and not .
L. E. ELLEN'WOOD, Mr. : i/ i: I the Daily as an .

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., .l/NO.ONN.o...............................0...N.> ;_ _.L---J-- -1r 1 I :\11'. and Mrs. Fail of SO.Drs- .....................................................-

j ffrL { 1I; worth N. H., and Mre.\ S. B. Vason
0 HOTEL DESPLAND i I t 1 and Mrs. r
t ; Josephine Overby of MadiI HOTEL. CLARENDONSEABREEZE

; 4: ; I. NEWS OF THE HOTELS I I I son, Ga., are guests of the Magnolia: !

it kinds of Day ton a, Florida

"o+A : NOW OPEN U! [gl I Charles Autz and Charles .: FLORIDA .:

O i I i 1 I Apers, who have been stopping at
1o R. E. Sweeny Miss Sweeny and |the Magnolia on North Ridgewcod avenue : Absolutely :

L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. Miss: F. J. Sweeny form a par..y < : departed Sunday on their re (
; ) : Fireproof :
0 from New York registered at the urn: to Jeffersonvihe Ind., slopping ;

rdition. Greatly Enlarged. :J" Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all : Rid ewood. :!
: Sides. Rooms Ensnite Steam Heat. Every Modern : r 1 1I I I Row o Open :
i Mrs.\ George W. Bern, Mrs. C. !' THE HOTEL CLARENDON. .
Convenience. Send for Booklet.
Stickney and Mrs. W. S. Hatlin area : These are busy eventful da 's at I : Booking Offices
: CONCERTS DAILY. : party of Chicago women who ha\'e' ]Hotel Clarendon, with the ever increasing Seabreeze. Florida E. L. POTTER President .

: armed here for the season and are < throng. The foyer of thehotel : Hotel Blackstone Chicago :
A .Bummer Address: ATLANTIC HOUSE, Narragimsttt Pier. Rhode Island. : 1180 Broadway New York W. S. KENNEY Manager
the : .
registered at Desp'and.E.
i i is exceedingly gay these ev-
........t5LSTERS :0.NO.NO.NNO.0.0.Ni10.NN0.a.NN4...N 0N.NNaa eni.1f0.3.: the guests of the house assembling ......................................................

c C. Bowman, of Raleigh X. C.,
to enjoy the to
& .o.o.....s.o.........................s.o.e.NI made business trip to Jacksonville'wee one another and be concerts seen. Many e..cO'........'.. ..

during the past week, but will return !j' ;handsome: gowns and rich jewe's: are SaratO '1
soon to jon: Mrs. Bowman at'! 3 300eloeO.O.A..eoocOOO..eoo.oe.1
i THE RIDGEWOOD i the Bennett. | worn imparting to the room Due appearance I S
j I of a function. Saturday evenings | JOHN J.

dance in the old: rose ball: TITE INVITE INSPECTION. Ea Suite
: E. D. LANGWORTHY Proprietor. : : Single or with Bath. No better in
Among the guests registered at I room was largely attended a.d;
Florida. Table ol the best ol everything in season. Terms as reasonable as
the Despland are J. Ira Seebacher, There was a brilliant scene ua.il i I
I NOW i the service will permit.given on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No. 112
New York; D. Greenberg. Philadelphia nearly the midnight hour. The or I
aS j ........... ..00...000050.0r. ...........e....
; Fred Senyard and wife, Pine che tra rendered a program of waltzes -
i I I
'. All departments will be managed by white Northern help, i Bluff Ark.; Mrs. E. J. Longyear, two tes and barn dancte that 1 Ii ....S...S...S....O.N N....

; -selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white : Minneapolis. were enjoyed by the many couplet' : .
"" -- oa uLe: floor. The -sacred concert '! THE BENNETTIJAYTONA. :

. help'used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : R. P. Foley, proprietor of the Seminole Sunday night was a selection: : of''I : : FIA) tll)... t

i with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the 5 hotel at Winter Park, and the clatvsic music exceptionally well rendered -,I i.I. Now l o'S"0Mi:.|pmprh'tor) for th,.-of third Ko,-ton.season. Th under Kt-nm the Is li'-rnl tlrstlass Ulanu. in -y..'n''r\cot;t of rttrutnr.\. H.an.lK.Th: 0.
hone 71 }, was especially pleasing and -atiir.-s' "r.'-KuH>rior tnl l. white .
Belvidere hotel at Charle\oix Mich., > mplu\\'-'' a u'OIIt'rn| lions' n 'p nlal tioiiiellkfHtliiu 0
i finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, "'plitT" and a location on 1I1t\.tn"bOlil. ,
vu rd. Rldg I; 'wood| HMMIIKTwo ten- ti
N. I Is a guest at the Bennett. :Mr. Fo'eyis I greatly appreciated: by the guests and Ills t"ourts, "rugt>. Hotel III U'op" n entire month of April. 0 t

Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. accompanied here by his daughter many of the cottagers who came in. Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages Marblehead. Massachusetts. !

N.....e. t'O NO.N0.N..N0t0.o.0.0.0.NN..o.NN..o.0.0.0r 1 isg Edith. New Ian, Xew arrivals York include; James:Miss Late A. M., G-1-Le-: |,I ..................................................... II I I

'I / trot: ; H. \Vorthington, Jacks>oa- : 00..................................l................
AN'y.I : .. TIeF.. F. Brown aIethod'.gt:
..................................................... minister of Wyoming Ohio a suburbof I vllle; Mr. and :Mrs. L. L. Highleg- I'I f G
mar and children Si. Louis; Mr. THE PROSPECT I
: Cincinnati is making extended
BERn I THE PRINCEGEORGEDAYTONA : and Mrs. E. P. Hills, St. Louis; :Mr. i I ; r
tile Oaks.
stay at Rev. Mr. Brownis 109 South Ridgewood Ave
and Mrs. J. C. Trees J. G. Trees,
Stock FLORIDA : a friend of :Mr. Gamble of this 22 rooms-II with hath Two blocks' from R. R. station and Post-office.
0 Pittsburg; :Mrs.\ E. L. De Wit"S.ew .
place formerly of Wyoming.Rev. Steam Heat.
: Manager oidfs = Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors : York; :Mr.\ and :Mre.\ Wm. B. Hatch, ;
---- Proprietor.
Ypsilanti, :Mich.\ ; F. Baler Bout'in. :
........ r: Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. a. J. II. Gilliland' wife and I .................................................0...

daughter, of Bloomington, Ifl, are I'
: Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. : making an extended trip throughthe KNOCKED USCIOWS BY I' .......................................................

: Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : isouuh and rae stopping! for a : t HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA t
: Steam Heat Throughout. : few weeks at the Oaks. Re\ :Mr.Gilliland \ I IMPACT t WITH BRIDGE. J. OUNKK: i>r\" \i\MMNK\NMTM: : .Jf r

i White Help in Dinind Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st o : preached Sunday a the ENTIRELY NEW. .
Christ.an: tjhurch.A. .
.It r The PrlnoeGeorn*' I'I..r 1.. the only landing In liii>tonn for M. Aupiistint 1.1,1 -. -- YOUNG PHOTOGHAPHER ON THE : Albert Bennett, Proprietor C. R. Bennett Manager :

II t. : Palm Bench boats Particulars with pliasiir. : J. Delaney, Mooreso\\u\ i A :Ni.'" I'l.ui: tor :Nit' r>'opl'. Kiiniinu: W.it-i.:' vt. .mi II. .it in' I IIH !""'a III E''r': :
? : and \\.1-.. Hathaway, of Wh te : Iann.: \\ s 'nI I. Throu. _l ont' __/J 1( Mr. Foster :

t.i Same Management as THE BRISTOL Asbury: Park. N. J. a: I.J. Va., president: and general HEED WARNING AND RECEIVES .....................................................

i :....................f..............................: er of the Atlantic Fishing com -- - ---
: KNOCK-OUT BLOW.A ..................e...o....a.o......................,.

I : ........./....O.&O..I..I..I.a... ''I several;' } young man working for Cark: t;. : NEW SEASIDE INN H DAYTONA H. MANWILLER. Proprietor
r di'\tn' down by auto rettirtml to the :
I j Smith 01' Daytona Reach, re<-' it.1 l a
ho.-ih; S itnrday.Litf : This new and select! t.nniUtcl! 1'as just been enlarged and' citi- inched :

faci i THE NEW GABLES :i --- I i iI i: bad cut over the eye and w.t*. 0 (for the season 1910-11 to meet the tcquirenents ot its i truwn1a patronaijc. .

ie Elec- 0B : arrivals! a\ Schmidt's hotel kno.kttl uii.ou2U;: .ia lor a tins Sit: 1- : Furnace Heat Hot and Cold: fI.tlh Electric and Gas lights: Call ItellsRates :
in-I S
S Daytona Fla I clude: Dr. Hiram Byrd Master \\' unlay while making the Tomuka nr' : S2.50 per Day and Upward Weekly Rates on Application! :
run it. "II ill'"I i I' td.lnIl.l'I'KI, : :I I I.i < 1Ii-\: t1.iEi.n I /: : .> tlu:,,, (.1.: ,\, N. |I. .
k '. : ter Bjid Jacksonville; Dr. Fl'anc'i'3.1 er trip on board the teawer I'li-i- .
: t .. NEWHOUSE. CENTRALLY : OI'uwIllI; Geo. Ort.seife.n.lr. ..............................e.o...........eee...... '
i c << okee by failing to pay attention t > --- --- --- -
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ERN CONVENIENCE AND ri Or-: *eift ii, nurse and daughter. Chicago the usual warning given; when :approaching ........0......i+0.t.. ..3.0.... .....N....O.O.O.C-.-.
: COMFORT .. .. .. : ; W. :\. King.: :Newark X. J.; I
the 1t:. C. railway: Lrideo.er ; ;: : :
i I Wm. G. Ber1iu 11. C. Herlinger. I
operateroman Jtat pc: ..uresque itrtaiu. nTh Lane Inn"A
: Steam Heat Throughout : I Pidadtlllllia11'1; ;. J..J. Edwards. According to the stage of waver: in :
Mr-,. .J. p. Jones Bay Shore X. Y. i R
j the river the clear betweenthe
I space
: S. H. MOSELEY. : : High Grade House, the
Cherokee's deck and the bruise catering to most particular people. Central location. :

hardly; Proprietor.t ti' C. L. Bagwell ami wife, of Jacksonville varies from time to time but L : $3.00 and 54.CO per day-517.10 and higher per week. :

cent : +; '-<< i Th.. .\rllJ1jton.{ Tlwu"1It1", Island : accompanied by T. C. Shaw an "- H Park N. Y.. during: "'umuIrrof : Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ
I It'll. ofl.lunta., arrived at the Bennett alt Umtri; when approaching the Proprietor Z
I .U UR in this city at 7 o'clock Friday morning stricture and thi. time had b ei: ..................................................... I
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hav.ns motortd through fromJacksonville. done by Max "Fowler who i i-< emIloyed 9999999999999999999999+999999999999999996I ............
f The party left Jacksonville ou the boat and the usual!

,. rI ..........(l/........../0/..e/.................../SISU. I in the forenoon of that< day. warning signals had been blown I lIt It\ THE SEVILLE E. H. PURDY Prop. I

I I They left Saturday for DeLand.\ I.. Hayden, who was tn charge: p! Daytona -- Florida

1 IceHy4 Ii : THE HAMILTON : and' Mrs. Hagweil are on the:r r'l the engine room. The young man. GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON. ,

ejinoon.Itetei.t. however was so much interested jn
Siirrounded Spacious Grounds. in the most delightful part ot the City I i
is New and FirstJCIass : a conversation with one of the pas- I The guests receive the best! the markets afford in the dining room and every .I

i : rU I arrivals: at the Bennett in. I stingers, in regard to a pho:osiapliwhich I comfort and convenience that a well regulated hotel can otter: to the public

0.N0000o. : : i-lude W. B. Lewis Miihlleura. 0.; he was to make of the IK> .: ........""....""._ .... ...._.....00looaoSr

.1.I _\. )Miller Xew York; CharlesSihiitiik. and i part}, that he tailed to h* t.,i i ---- t

: Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells e : Kansas City :Mo.\ ; C. W. the warnings. ..............I..el... .I..I.I..r..I.a.IW:..

L 1;la; nies and family of five, Ovin- lie wastand.i.g; erect about midway ; npUo f 1 -1 DAYTONA PLA under new man:!.-'.-- 2 I
... .... .
t, Elegant Rooms, with or \\ithoutjBathsMRS. e- 1':111X.: ; V.; J. \\'. L. ('orni'.1Irs.:\ '' of this j upper deck and whti tlwitnjn !, : J- VxlCVClclnQ, mcll,. Ccntrallv looatid ooJ talk g I IS

> .I I.V.. I I..o Corning :Miss\ ('ornin s. St a few feet of the bridl'11';; : and c.t"t..nllc..tc.lmtlcatalill: h
I II IIlaltl.I..I \V. J. SIN} : F5C r Pron.t.lech .
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l : : i tn.: ; K. T. Fulle.ton, Pater- '!i Fowler realized h:14: inattention! i"' : i. l1hh, 1.l"'l'llablc tatts. I : i

ayjI 6 o I. JU. MABBETTE Proprietor : I: ,-4 l D). N..I.; Aim. Emma Lamb and I''the s.tuatuin, and luled to ln.n. r Mi. ......../e>......e.e.tcee.ofte.ae>tsot...tr fatraanoeae...!..

r. nIU:!:.;ht'l". I'orinnp X. Y. shout 01' warn..is: bei.i; j K rt-i ite t oJ l I I.\ i
i o ; many of tile u--engfr,. but tvtti OOG >? 'HCtfOMOceettWC ti003i.oea000a e@.titi30 GOCI -
: Palmetto Avenue DAYTONA.; FLORIDASCHMIDT'S : I -

.. 0e0 M.-I i > Maragret ,11. S-mrtJoa; da'7h-1; and then hw he did bead not struck awake a t..ee1 lilt the 1 i.I .dmi.,uia: ::III>i l'i I THE AUSTIN j I

I IE ................................................I. t tt v of! Kev. A. B. Simpson, of :New: I y
the bridge with great force, Wno 'K
I II \t Il"k. is a recent armal at the lien
i jug hun to the de<.k. uncoils.! ;-. i HALIFAX DAYTONA. FLORIDA i iI
iifj! MisSitupton" { mil be joined I
...................................................... lnitMX'!U by J. (I. II. Hosier and: and guuig him a bad cat 01: t lit' G. \V SWAN, Proprietor :
torehead, which bled profusely..
:Mic. S. B. Rush of New York. who Electric Lights and Call Eells. Steam Heat Hot and Cold Water
HOTEL : Ile revived and the wound .it I I
I was I
1; r i w..i: itmam here for the remainder tended those .. j'I '
to by some of on
t : : sit'! the H'ar.i.1islii:\ S.mpgoii is a
Florida - - -
Schmidt Proprietor Daytona
: Henry
lie showed derabhjr
;' ,
7:40: a. m. I : o Situated on the bank of the Halifax River one mile from Atlantic : {:tliul> 1 tennis player and! a charming by making two pn-turt of the brat! 999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999.* I
I Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping roomsare rI addit'on: to the younger set at tht'l
9:00: a. I N large, airy and nearly all have sunny exposure. The cuisine and ser- S Bennett.Recent: . and passengers: later in the day, although : MRS. D. J. CUMMINGS. i

SOS: p. ,, r vice is admirable. Rates, $300 per day and up. Special rates tor families : 1 the wound was: a painful <'!It'. I THE PINES Proprietress ;
m'l 5 on application. .
8:50 arrivals at the Oaks mlade II. II. wife and daunhv' .tit An direct
I Grant r and under
Modern Hotel. Table service
: p. ................/a.........0t...................I* / i I
;_ R. B. Hal':*;. A. S. 1:3 tes.: Port1VIehiugton j ji l'ortJanl.Iaine.: are !located m: tli, supervision of the proprietress. t ,1 I

| ; ; X Y: ; Marcus Wilk-nj Stillman house on Xoruh B.'oId..
i South Ridgewood Avenue DAYTONA FLORIDA.Same .
: I Ild j I son.ev York City; R J. Rudd J strt't't.11':\ Grant was in h for jtia 1338 i
Jc Cincinnati F ................./.................../0/0/..0e ........ wife and thild Detroit; E. C. rarvr: J[ some years ago but this is his r tn-t niaiidwement a-, the NLW Magnolia" Abur> Park N. 1. i M 1 i I
New York. i : 113 South Ridgewood Avenue. : J I :t. Lou:>. :Mo\ ; I Myers:\ Xewark X : visit to: Uijtona lie was a pleat.tut; 99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 I,
THE LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. .I I ; Urn H. Smith Davenport: la ; caller at the Daily News office th.- (
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Iolm T. Cooper. Brooklvn. X. Y.. II. I Ii j jiS morning coming in to enter his .'-ut>- ; i '

IARS 1 i e. Fresh milk vegetables and and fruit on $12.00 the place. week Furnace and heat RATES: $2.CO per :. i .I.J.'het'lt'r.. Mrs John .\. Abell., ', serirition for th.- paper darni tij' The Willmer The OSBORNE : II!i I! ,
day up; per up. ,
I r- r j: Warren, O; Mrs. E..1. llamt. rhil1 : season
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- i : MRS. CELESTE HINKS. Proprietress. : 1 i adelph.a.: PaV; II. nr 'soll, Coluiu ;: I'etr adas has turned over the ; 0"! A OSKOKNE Prop. ; 1:

/. ITO! ; Harry M J. Keinble aid wife. I II management of the Manhattan C'af-' Comfortable Rooms Rooms Only I Modern Conveniences: 'J't

;lie Florida R.................../0/................*....../e/...1 I Oxr-.rr; !:;.\ :X. Yt; Ed.th: V. I.ttt'it : : ''to .\lIdrt"h'oct'. who will 'n I 11- Ltccllcut: TableRates: 50*.' 75,:. and *-1 00 per day ., J
; week
i Moderate $2.50 to $600 p .r
i Mrs.-: ; \. ti.; Bartle. l.im >ti.le.V turl'olahlt': it. Mr. I.iia, 1l"'l..afh \ '1 1'i I Steam Heated Koon s 11 Orange Ave
I'WITIT.1.,11111.. 312 So. Palmetto Ave Daytona Fla. I
\ :*.; _\ B Waketield. )11'r. !' rd.\( t.- his; a't 'ntou: t4i \\i "I
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i THE IMPROVED : ..................................................... H5I M f :' ,! I.ill,

CITY HOTEL; : I ..................................................... : The HARLAN ...IN... Lake Helen Fla. : f fin t
t" f DAYTONA FLORIDA. . . .. ,
I >M Mini, p.irl. of t ,ill lpin| -. tt'nIdmnr, down to'hik''l, I I .! ' II- 'Iii I
American Plan Always open New Ownership and Management : .. .. ,\t..1, ) II I I IIndIa1 I ) ''111--',: .I.-.1. t.I|tl it.! .t. tllMII. fl I n H |1' .'. I II .: .' .. ..1"I. I it itI '
Renovated and Enlarged Good Service I'r': I III\L. rl'It;; IIIL.|: /.< !: flMMl, 1..1: : ;| |t. I N, X : t. .-; .'I 1,' .al',' "
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'I\: I' :I; : .I" I IN/NIIfI' 'I.nl.l'! I\'r'.I: > ; : I
; : C.. t ,I'; ..1 I ,:xVl"r: ,, f' .''I p I ' "' .I' ".,, : ' 'nl' ;j'
Management H. C. F. DOHM. : .I I I\ ',,' 0 |I ;, fl. .. !I' ;

t:. \. I t'a. I ..................................................... I THE NEW EXCURSION STEAMER : : .1 Ik Mr. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Abrams: Props. :

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,n i, :'4 14Iti .-: _\.101 t.'tl', !. THEPALMETTO :. I SOUTHlA D I i '1'111.I: U..YTOFI.OIWI.1 : : I I .\. I I, t.r .

'0 '0'1'' -t: i Well Known and I Popular FLORIDA l I : I i.li\\ .\KI I> M I VMMI-. .. t .

Overlooking the Beautiful Halifaxshiver. : e e S S"II1'I'i-.1'I: .: \ tt I: i\'lN1: : ,( lil I""II f I:. I t
readers of A Homelike and Comlortable !House. frnst Cl.i, ui all Kipo t :t- :

,t t C. O. CHAMBERLIN. ProprietorDAYTONA :5e .. .. I -! \l\ll I. I III II 1 I Jill I I'.11" I'. I V-l \I"U" III I. I ." 1. : I t .
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.. . .. . .. . ,,.. ..,.,... -aii WiirrYMhirtirniirirlti'rifiiirnirYrrYlrltYtfrirS- ; I ins the winter in Port Orange had, SEARCHING FOR SON; I TrtpofTs Rt
I +
..... .... .' .. ;". ''-:' >-\ ,. .; :":" : I ,[OiMOND.ON.THE.HALIFAXI
:::;.."' R..mrcJ'1tIIl !.: '\' :''' .:?::, 1.:;;;.",:.:;}. tWd \ I quite an experience on one of the SOMEWHERE IN STATE.
'; u.... : ;: f'::: ;brJ. I = JUST GOSSIP rainy days: of last week, which they; I Ii .-- When the|
; / 5 I miles
\ : ?.:...( D. C. Hubert is searching Florida ORMOND ; was only
iI aw .. f.i' 3 !i have been trying to keep from the: >"iop\ in with meatORMOND ;
I WQ"'M..L. '.. ES BY THE notthof Daytona '
:Z ... ::'.: whois career Vera
.r j.J '; '1.... I :;'AIW1WIMWhat ..,,..'.....n.......I..U.IIII.....fin.. .IIIIIIU......n,' I ITo. 'knowledge of their relatives and for 'his son. Walter Hubert located; on the west able asslstaif
n..1 friends in that village. They walkedup supposed to be somewhere in hunk of the HalifaxRicer.
Conrad he will do : The' locationof tt ,j Trepoff
___ E. says
__ 1 I from Port Orange: on the ocean ,, thi3! : state. The boy left his homein the nihilists.to .
does, and his the town permitsof
he usually seashells on the
I a.nnounce.I' beach picking up Pennsylvania several months ago. good drainage andp.rfect obtain ins!
: EABREEZE and DAYTONA meat 'clat he proposes to way but were overtaken by the rain sanitation;; and
1111111111 S BEACH two enterprising and DAYTONA the city ordnance: regu'ating' vehicles: I and nothing has been heard from doings:;
CHAS. F. 'and had nothing with them for pro the elevation Is su- ..J; -r I In 1S7S be
towns on the Halifax DayJona him since until recently he sent .
progressive the streets in is en for
; Ideal
BEACH on 'rb and ,
tection. They were thoroughly; l ia Ii It. old I log did through th<
llhIfUII BUROMANTHE Peninsula are geographicallyone forced will be received In good faith! I tome postcards to boy companion winter homes. A not ao: out In the
before : reached city
although incorporated as sepa- ::aked hey ti by no other
PHARMACYJames the citizens oC this: town sajlnghe was in Florida. Taking wide bridge: con- rncN'you'llandun .
rate municipalities. The towns par- aad not wishing to admit their Ormond with th.r.. was at once
north and south Marshal Gore is employed to carr oit tq this clew the father is now u> cts 1'h.I "orltllmc..IIt"-!< -
allel the peninsula to friends Port Orange was charge'
j plight at 'V-nond Bench. w hn* no u4-h com.ii.itnl.l.
REAL three and one- F. DobbinProprietor along these, searching the state to get some ..
for a distance of from I, the orders of the Mayor who had warned them of the Many fine homes winter.niip der of Trep-
ESTATE half to four miles and extend east DAYTONA BEACH '' lint, and if theIayol" falls!: to re :race of the missing boy. 'n' maintained on uroun here
secured the
of weather they a room >iu: Chores of nary
and west from the surging seas ____ I l ., .
member the ordinances passed by; Ithi-r side of the th. Halifax.
of the publi
Halifax UsuallyCarried their i (
Ocean to the Everything and went to bed until wearin;
imiii MAN the First I ':fiver, most of them: I..YE: l"I"'JlElOU .
in ft
council for the good of the a
beautiful tide water the city could and this kept On her re
River the Class Drug Store apparel be dried THE NEW MAGDALEN II j -tirrounded by
FOR that sets them apart from people the councll may take a hand about her,
Our Prescription them here until the following day. I THE PLAY TONIGHT' 'roplcal flora SUb-1
Daytona with which they have close Department Is Complete m the enforcement game aad give shrubbery, .. It' friend of th
of three Now their friends are curious:) to I : A11. 0> 1
communion bridges, as well by as means a half-hour ferry Respect in every the peope what they have coming know where they spent the tIme' and 1 "Hie New Magdalen." dramatized hrlfty orange: and (I.R \\ IlITK: TO qttalntance.mittetl .

service. 'Phone 192: | *** what they did while absent: from from the famous look by \Vilkie Col-j: tn-es.'th'r! citrus: fruit MACCNTHORNTON was made to a

Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are j The city election comes next week Port Orange and to protect: themselves fin will be presented &t the new : Ormond hall many crets Tt
and resorts -
essentially and are summer making hundreds of Tuesday and there are plenty of can they may yet have: M confess: Daytona Theater touigliu.: i iI 1 t'rictlonsexcel: cated to tht
those BRANCHt& didates in the field giving vhe i i > -nt automoblllng, i
among truth waseluding t
new friends every year The play is a story of love and oxl fishing, 9:ifo -*
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for choice for
desire to the discomfort. voters plenty of room the!
;> ating;, and manyaiant "
I ing extremes of heat and cold and the men to fill the various city ofti- war and the curtain rise on a scenei faked by TJ

[ their hotels and boarding patron housesare NICHOLSONFEED ces. Of course the office of Mayor Safeguard to Fleets of Warships In I: in South Africa near the close! of i, pi.At Ormond delves Bach: I II I IS :ANY! WAYISTKKKMTED simply a cij

now receiving splendid AND LIVERY | is the most important one upon l h located the large nihilists wl
discriminatingclass Thick Weather. and IN PROPERTY IN
from the most the late war between England
of tourists. STABLEAllOrdtrsOlven which the citizens will be called! to Probably the greatest menace to the lotel Ormond, andti OHMOND OR other way.

The ocean itself with its marvelous vote next week and the Daily News I safety of navigation: at sea I N the ro:.:. [ the Do rs. The play i* filled with .li-sser sister ther ORMOM: BK.VH hitch play<

beach, hard as macadam and Prompt AttentionCareful suggests that each voter study carefully Modem steamship are r.tton u-.r occupies Inn. The a II. Will Give, YourL'usui..s spy on turn

smooth as a floor is the greatest attraction Drivers! the characters of the variousIcandidattH by the most severe \\:1 th.'r. but parts. ltlon o\erlook- Prompt.ittenttt
although earth, air and sky RoodsE.A.BRANCH j n
Familiar with for. this office, with the when the Impenetrable **nvH"|'. of \4 the! Halifax and AN!
to have entered into a combi- I A big feature peculty will bo
seem mist Incloses ship she t i- Pxlss.t l to ae latter has as Its
nation to enhance its every charmThe i idea of electing a man >*ho can be I a ( | presented between the acts by the'
beach is the famous automobilerace [ depended upon to enforce the 01"\1 i1141U'e5 i- the most terrible of |>eriN. .1 collisionat '." Prior-Thornp-1 .utlook: the maznl.iiint : Ready Re f
"Marvels: of )Iyster
: beiich and thebroNl
course where every world's Real Estate Agent sea. A single;. ship may Lomi>ar-' J JAS. UKNEUORMOXD [
and laws of the city. Let us
straight-away record has been made, Beach Cottages ath ely safe even in a fug /but wht>retbl.re !son, a mystifying production which [ Atlantic.
who will make R.'stdea the bran.!. Duringthe t
have a man : Oayvoiia FLA.Manufacturer
and all these records it continues to a SixoiultFine I > Is a fleet of vessels the daugPris i has nightly puzzled audiences in all' ,
hold without rivalr- a model for law enforcement or kot'sump greatly multiplied There is tllwtlYconsldtl'.1ble : the larger ci.tit's. their feas of wiz : ntooth belch th n' of Seafor
The beach Las width of 300 to the city ordinances in the Hali- r' many drives for Pure Home-Made to help to
a danger too. on ucrounf of ardy of magic never being eSe. n in > .rrll' ,'" and uatorno'iilei dressed In
500 hours feet after and until can be two used hours from before two SELDEN'SJ i lax and "let 'er go, iallairhrr: |I the fact that nmuy of the ship lines- the -wmt.1 before this vnar. ,I II around t1rnondhrIvs C1IAVA JELLY great sens!

i *.;... I have what could l be> termed a beaten : 'stoandi.roiuh
LSEABREEZE high tide, thus giving an average I ).-\YTO A BEAPIIDry r i themselvesnever ]
L hour for automobile The Davtonu Hoard of Trade has path across! the ocean and Ih..y1.1.I I! uros of TKOPiCAl !
: seven or eight Shoes.Men's I ., seencostume.
Goods nld.: nor"n ii s ; PRESERVES
ing some part of each day. Correct been born again-now let us all take I ways follow this route when |1. >sslbl' i: .. .
'I: **through::: tropior Special Attention to
Beach each In addition to the custom:irv fo.r
Seabreeze and Daytona I .
: I =
i Wear hold! and help it learn to walk. The .1! i ts to Hp.ini l-umily Orders An am
i have a pennaiie..j population of ap- I horns and sirens n fleet of warships H..HI AI'IO"4 from Hall > ruins drives to day
held the City :
mass meeting at : I
proximately 1500 Sanitary ordi- TIll' ...""Id Inn often keep informed of their relative ..... l'al-Am.-rkan! 1:1Jt :xW.'st -
'indent ( tu.'v .
'i : : marchinglookIng
strictly enforced, stree'band : Li.\\edneday: evening, when the I I ) Iti.n-Ittt..t : : a
I are
nances .
positions by the tiring of signal :gunsat luillt by >!la..I' In,11.1 Jox.u.l-; vUij
sidewalks are well kept, and I new civic body svan formed was one tlullI'l1arl.tt'llLnuhllI1a
few minutes ,"
Intervals! only a apart. i int-TS I of Ion
streets at5 bang opened as fast I 1 I'urt'hascFsi'uit ants turn*
new I
uf the most enthuiuutc of i's kind I'
< and dris to
de- A. VANDE VORD Another method used is the fog buoy i :: .""l.l.otb diers. and
the mcics 'i.ii population
as >
ever, held in the City, conclusive c'sIlt'ue ; Each vessel in the deer especially: if it I I intation-4: of -
I mands.: Beside hotels and boardinghouses ; ('lItrlt'tnr for I I table! fttlrj.. a view toi
: that such uu organization is Is a worship fleet carries a fog buoy, comrades
WORK ,, .
: I there 1'1 ample cottage aeee- MASON places are r -
>> : I : tbe 'I I hri ask vivid rtThi) :-
01 All Kind: nu-d'd and wanted in city. I a large painted a r Turks "Cl;
modatton lor ill. s.inter: visitors in j with th'lnt.ruC -
; l'om'r..t' t'urhug.Nid 1 i Laxly starts out with a splendid r -Ie| Is cast overboard at the tint sign; of a Hout hern UhthtiwtildORANGES guards: anl
both towns. I walk. ,0'\,', u-sentatixe membership. and to th.s fog and it floats from the stern of the t . and r1ow'n. Imastnethat
: 'All atU-.c'iwnessof S bnezeappEcs
the ;
1 to r.tona Beach, the two' It.tYTuNA REAI'liFITZGERALD : 1.x will be added every blsint.firm I vessel, attached to a rope of grassfiber ; of the most tn- .I of I which does not sink ttcneuth the :In:.: of these andGrapefruit whenTurk
towns b-sns; so s.milirly: situated. ; :11 the .day; which LOS any t-la.m; to ___ ers
surface of the water. Ily this IIUMIISthe lions Is at the
: I The dvd'-'f-U(.: t cf Daytona Beach ,I! ; 1:ftiig alive and up to tIt.te."ha' I exact location of the indivMnnbhlps t : ,, .\'.it.'I-H of t b.- shot'yourSet, ,

has bccn fails as phcuomiuai: as its & 1"neddetl now .(so keep the young or' of the fleet is maintained. e\ I'li, .. ':ix and known Best Qrc\\ self uu'that

sister oa 1!':: nr-th, aud each year' : ;, uamiat.cu moving; is a prultt'r UsI though procttillng at a moderate rat. t'undgrov.:, . It c.roon Pat. .\UItU.tUI" .-
OATES h SHARRIS (ttcsera
there ioi sibUatal growth. The ; j I l play of interest which wi.l br.n; I of SPl't.'l1.WI'hlta Hngle.; ..of the finit .\uolI'uloil'l.
; ; '!rov''>on theit Road l JII VI 1I1' s t'iV
t great sand dunes have been leveled t'sery member out to every meeting: I . Norihof
I LAWYERS I Legal Tip. < <> of Florli the c.nIiSoldiers
and h\nd".t homes have been ill'TEL UKMUXD
and continual (
i suggestions rein thetnenibers "During Grant's first term as mayo, i ii uinitl very 1 11
built lor both winter and all year Fla. .
Daytona Jn to the work that should surroundings.udrov. -
: Deed Knox SettleI
round said a New York politician. 1 told 1 1of 1. . ,
occupancy. : Is
be done by uhe soci-ety. A good set
Cotn ar. *.
a case I was involved in. and lilt. 1' : ;
i ol officers hUt been chosen to h.Mdi
l claret Til be my own lawyer as I f :.I:,tta" road. lit-1.11W I'ndorIeej I
**.***.***it**************ikt .. . . .***. ,. . ... ..* I i the; organization but the officers can N onceform
couldn't afford to pay a barrister QX<; do all the shouldbe -- -- oral I
j not work and they I ----

f ; J Job b PrIntIllgGazette P executed at : given the loyal sui>i>ort of every or"$'Then.iw) to represent jou'il Ius.rue..' said Mayor I i H. PRIOR. with the Finely executed can able art [IL If

I .
g News Office. : :ndividual member
I *.:.* Grant. 'The only way it pays a man New Magdalen at New Daytona 'J Job b Printing P at only his
: : to be his own lavvver is to keep his i i gesturelie -
.YraaaiasYnltlaYYYYYYYYYY1aYiYYYY1YXYYYYYYYYY.YYYYaIYxY I .\ touul of ladies, who atelit'utl OVMl 'UIIsel. '' Theatre Tonight this office.rt I seem

with his 1

even plumHaving

WltWNiNNNmnW/riNM r .' NIW: : KMVl r'r (C zt"IT$$a i u"i'wi' i fflT'I\s\ U('I oration.1S1Z put t I

f.. : and told

at his eut!|

man did '

erett ai>('

Choice Port River Front you you.able to old rb T 1

Orange PropertyFronting [ tilt told ball"Mr low me and Cv.t:

IteruJD1: :

1 a clear stretch of river; no marsh. Ridgewood Avenue and New Smyrna To- ug. t

rte. (
Road on two sides. River road and street on other two sides the ,u>' Mill 1


Improvements being made on all sides of property.i adestI:
time IT l

i I uo at

i f sky .vDU

t RIDGEWO::>D AVENUE first;'
H. lie s*',

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i t \\
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tfi ''I \ I hall |

[ ,diiiih.. 13 1:1 ldiiiih.oi I::) Mariatheir -'t

I II most di-
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I the'OUI
I II by he
i ; new fan-:
I 13 i 12 j 11 : 10 9. 8 1 compelhprobabb

Attractive terms will be made g i I PRICES: ed with

41 Lot 1 200x346 $ JJOO.
; to anyone buying to build on i i! ,

Lots 3 and 4 79x346each Qne rand
: ;
any of these lots. j i' bochatT

: $750 for both or $400 each. t,\
grocerof '
These prices will be maintained 3 .
I'f f I ; I Lots 7 8 9 10 11 each awho. *
I I t>-i
for but Q
thirty days
we the
1 Z 79x346 $300 each. Scuin< U
reserve the right to raise them i the as

s.. ; Lot 12 100x346 $350. milk
after that tIme. o "The
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f i s Lot 13 100x346 $400. for an-
1 i 2 ] I 4 i 8 Interruink

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A RUSSIAN SPY. :+-+...............................................

HE-HALIFAX : TrtpofTa Ruea to Get at the Plane of 1 Legend of H.ow the-Bird Lived and Kaiser and Czar Join In i HERE'S A
.. the Nihilists. Died and Lived Again. J

t I. When the famous General TrepotT I The ancient tradition con<,'ernlng the Killing 492 Stags In Hour :

)hop In with me atORMOND was only at the beginning of his phoenix has Introduced Into nearly every I I .

career Vera Sassulitch was hIs luvalu. 1 1t language; the habit of applying( that I
able assistant. I I i House of six Located Third !
name to whatever I is singular or tin1 rooms, bath and toilet. on
Trepoff was the detested!! enemy o* .
.-- I 1 common among Its Uind. According to o avenue. Easy terms.
: the nihilists aud be was very Minimi* i ej
1 j ancient writers the phoenix ua* aTjirJ I. .
I r. to obtain Inside Information as to their j' .
:-' of great beauty :about. the size of an '
: doings plans. Suddenly\ one day
1 In 1S7S he was fired at wblle driving; : eagle.;: A shining and most beautiful 'i PRICE 2300. i

11 i lir old log did : through the streets of St. Petersburgby : :, crest adored its peal, its plumaze: con- .
not to out In the 1 tailed nearly tint of the rainbow .
hurricane>ou'llnndUK r no other than Vera Sassulitch.\ She .
ttirv.. was at once seized by the soldiery and ., and its eyes sparkled( like diaI y .
Th>*world linnets .
? Z
!I mondX
w In re no such coin was charged with the attempted mur f
lorinltle winter r der of Trepoff being tried in the ordinary : Only one of these birds! could live { i EDMONDSON & DONNELLY t
imp t round+it* lie at a time. but its existence covered
Hums; the hhort'g of manner: ; but. to the amazement I a 0

tinHalifax.. ;., of the public she was acquitted: I.I period of Sou or Ouu jeans. When Its ww :...................c...............................:
IAoat? F1s11EaMA i;. On her release the nihilists gathered life drew to a close the bird built for
i I itself a funeral pile of wout! and aromatic I I 4 -- ----
admit such
about her desiring to a
11.L ' friend of the people to their closest! ac i I spices, with its wings fanned: the ............................ ..................... <...e..

miK OXon : ;'j quaintance.to all In their this private way she circles was* and admitted I I I 1 II pile itself.into From a flame its and a*>hea therein worm consumed was I : The HANDPROPERTY : : Do you want to. buy or : 1

MACONOIIIORNION NOT !. was made acquainted with their se- produced out of wbk-h another phoenix ., : rent t property In :
crets. These she at once communicated f I was formed having all the vigor of I I i : i ii.

T ,; to the Russian government The youth. 1 : : Daytona? :
i The first of the .
I! care new! phoenix
; truth was that the whole business including I : SILVER BEACH
was to solemnize its oLsl> : : : We have the :
r the attempt on his life, was ; ; parent's qules. ; ; 1 1I cheapest
: For that .purim. it made a ball of N and the best. :

IF IN faked by Trepoff himself, and it was : --4-'.. 'I
ANY WAYINTEREATED I myrrh frankincense and other fragrant : Extending from : .
r simply a clever ruse to get from the S
: I t things. At Ueliopolis.: a city In I : River to Ocean $7,500 buys one of the best residence .
IS PROPERTY IN t. nihilists what could not be got in any I When two rulers of Europe meet there are hurry and hustle on the part ;
I lower Eg.\pt.; there was a magnificent : on Ridgewood Ave. Completely N
OlOIONDOR r other way. Thereafter Vera Sassu- i of valets and hunters. The valet must (l1't'lareJit} for his king, or :
ORMOSI \' : temple dedicated to the sun. To this emperor : FOR SALE OR RENT : : furnished and located on :
RBAOKHe latch played the part of government : czar that will do fitting honor to the visiting; monarch For example: when !I,
temple the phoenix would the fragrant i .
Will Cllvw Your carry corner lot. Call on
:: spy on innumerable occasions. the German and the met at 1'otstiam
j emperor czar recently the czar was .
lUiblncss Prompt 'ball and burn it on the altar of I
i dressed in the uniform of the Prussian : : I .
grenadier regiment of the guards. BUM" I S THOMPSON
Attention I the sun as a sacrifice. The priests then ;I I : I.
ANSWERED BACK. i examined the register and found that I I while the German emperor wore a Russian uniform. This: exchange/ of uniforms r. TI! i. : M. L. Waggoner : I
T" Itft. two tickets to t b 'Cri-tnl 1
I exactly 500 years or exactly (jYt'ars\() j I Is supposed to prove that the rulers love each other Emperor} William Tli'atr' for tomorrow. ni.lit,| :n tin .:
bunt In honor of the and he had his and LallyN.volnc. for Mr.vayle.. .. : Office People's State Bank. :
Rudy Reply of a Ragged Turk to a : had elapsed!! since that same ceremony. planned a czar /guns! polished prepared '
JAS. CARNELL Scot In Kilts. bad taken place. I for a week in advance. For one hour those two rulers of millions of ...................../.I.I'':: .........................I

ORMON D. FLA. During the troubles at Crete in 1S07) I people hid behind shields in the OranienluirK preserves. and when the siHiri'

ManufacturProfPure the Sea forth highlanders were landedto was finished! 492 stags bad been killed. The two rulers did not do all tli. I

Home-Made help to restore order. Their advent I II! BRETON LASSES. I killing, but many a gentle animal was driven within reach oC their guus LJ; ,Y.YiYiY.WNr n '1.rrrlr('I.rVRr.Vr'Wr..' v.r\ jI r j

dressed In the familiar kilts created a I the bunting party.iDifference. I
GUAVA JELLY !i Show No In With'
They Regret Parting
great sensation, as the natives, who I i t tI
themselves wear a kIM of kilt bad 1-
PRESERVES TROPICAL I never seen British soldiers in snch a A correspondent: | writes from Pontivy Between Suffrage ,

costume.An Brittany giving some interesting :
Specl Attention to t
I facts of "hair market" there it is

Family AWABDa OrdersHIGUKMT Ks ATlI'unAnutrlrnn : day when amusing a party Incident of Seaforths occurred were one stated that u in different parts of the .I i Movement Here AND INSURANCE CO. 1.I ,

motley crowd there were three or fourd.fferent
jx>!-l t Ion-ISutT.t>Li inarching through a small wretched ,
\\ Nat Imllii of this commod. i t
Ksrositlon purchasers
looking village. As usual: the inhabitants
-rhurifstoaIjoulblnnu tai I ity. who travel the country for the and In England.By
I'urrLasr-_ i turned out stare at the soldiers CONRAD BLOCK THONE 128 1
txl'u'ttlon..t.I..oul' t and one of the highlanders; witha purpose of attending the fairs and buy I 1

lug the tresses of the .peasant. girl,
view to raising n laugh among his Mr PHILIP M. SNOW>fN, English Suffragist i
comrades shouted out to a group ">f They have particular: tine hair and '

NOOKCGS3VEORANGES Turks "Gae hatne. ye dirty blackguards frequently in the greatest abuudaiue.There IS AN UNINTELLIGENT OPPOSITION OF : We beg to offer the following 1
an' scrub yt-rscls." seemed' to be no dime-ultin CHERE
I Imagine his astonishment as well a<> j i finding: |HiN.,'sxor of beautiful head from list ofproperty
that of the remainder of the highlanders : of hair (perfectly willing to sell"We :
I several viieaied! oar!! ,vet
when a ragged: aud evil looking i I !saw : girls : : : ;

Turk shouted back in n-ph. "Go home after the other, like sheepnd( !! :as. \sw Your woini-n! are still !It i :rag in the old COLONIAL )- ;-

yourself. Scottish dog :and cover yourself I I many: more standing: :: i Mdfor, the I;
Best Grown t :0 ISC A11C IT Y of In England
we arc
I Williit'll.
r up! It was aftt>rwartillisl'u\'t''t"\1! shears with their! caps: in their h;inland ve rdM

Orov,> on AutoiiMil'UuKomi Ht. AURUStliio ,,.. I that thU Mohammedan had: spent several their long hair comlKtl out awl l lhati t \." .. I..'.c.ip.: There are a million and a half more of umcMi. > : No. 124-S4.SCO will buy furnished R;

rt loMtleiV years in London and so learn I :!in.:.: douo to their wai>ts ... '3. e'"" A.# fa '!I C: house on Voiusia: avenue, four: bed- :,

: UUMuKD tli ofHOTKL the lan lIae.; l'romut't'lh.tt: >s (>t "No doubt! the mi*'tu' of the in Iitference if$ roan; : room and bath, five rooms on first IIIIL".

Soldiers In Peace and War." by J. II to their tresses on the (part ui t t;).J' f NA\' Israel Zangwill, who founded a men's league on I .-: floor. qM '

Deed, Knox rir Settle. the fair Bretonnes is to be found in I
the little isle! said "Now that haoshouii cy
ti 4: tight you women No.
r "' to--1,3CO. five room furnished
Bred Compar.-. :
lit'LOW Po-tortce J :- Oratorical Effects.I every : yourselves willing wo will help .you." And !! ?- :t house, one acre of land. Holly Hilt,

l once heard Cerett.uose platform close caps i which entirely pretest' any .t ]Jie I did, with tho result that now an Englishman: : fruit tree: .
oratory was the acme of American part: of the hair from l being; setu aud 1-:
r art. asked what he think about tho matter, tries to find out the questioner's No. 119-7 acres land, SCO orange
IIisJan.gu.ige: was uuiiniteacu- of course: as totally conceals the want i
Finely executed i able. But his every word and not of it. The money given for the hair is ,I attitude before he answers. I I peach and persimmon trees, 6 room IIIIIL,.

ing at only his every word but his: every about :UO: ) sous or else a gaudy cotton I I dwelling, 2000. ;;
I But tn TAKEN SERIOUSLY. :For the
suffrage England: was ;
this office. gesture was unmistakably 1 prepared I handkerchief. The purchasers net immense :;: No. 103-$3000, five acre bearing :;

He seemed to gesticulate not only prohts by their trips through first time in the house of commons the mental atmosphere ceased to I'I ::: grove South Ridgewood.

with his hands, but with his! legs lie the country."-Boston Herald I I II 5
t of of low down saloon. There
I be that the back parlor a were no jokes: I I
even planned scenic effects beforehand. No. 105-$7.500. new house on

i Having to deliver a Fourth of July Indian Humor. about suffrage\ and no foul allusions to women. i Ridgewood avenue. i

WdW oration be introduced a veteran of Old Geromuio would scarcely: be suspected 1 The women who went to parliament never really hoped to get in- I
1812. put him in a conspicuous place of humor, and yet on one occasion -. No. 106-$ ,.00, two large deep -
side. It ADVERTISING.[ couldn't in the ::; !
and told the old man to rise to him the medicine chief: gave me a was simply They get tots on South Ridgewood. iii: .

at his entrance into the ball. The old sample of it It was his: custom iu the .I newspapers by acting decently ; then the obvious thing to do wag to .
for the ,. No. 120()-i acres land, 100 orange taf, i
bidden. watch
man did as be bud been later years of his life to .
E\-I I act otherwise. Over }here it i is enough and the movement i is ;
erett apostrophized trim with "\'en coming of white visitors to Fort Sill easy : trees, truck land, 5 room cottage

able old man. sit down! It is not for 'I' or to Miss Adkisson's mission near by. given GOOD PUBLICITY. But we could hold a meeting in London I ,. $1,000.

you to rise to us. but for us to rise toyou" in order that he might sell beaded
with 10,000 and $10,000 taken in at the door and i I No. '07 l
persons present -$2,200, five room cottage
The veteran said afterward: I canes to them. From the (proceeds he I i a;.
"Mr. Everett Is! a strange man. lie : was accustomed to purchase' certain : there would be just that much hidden in the advertising! columns. i Daytora and Cypress streets large :
I i
Y !f told me to rise when be came into the i creature comforts not supplied( by the II I lot.

t hall and when I did rise: be told me to II government but on which he relied Secure International Peace iI i .... No. 103-$1,500, small bungalow.
I sit down.-From Goldvun Smith's for support in his old age. One day I "JIll West 50x150
I Magnolia;: lot almost ,
Reminiscences in McClure's.The I was: talking to him about them He I! I '

r said: "Ihey make me walk straight- For War Is a Crime.By -.. new. ;1

Lightning Rod. the tobacco and the mental.e&:, they I No. 110-520CO, truck farm, 71'!2accts I !
strength into me. and I lean oa Dr. DAVID STAP.lt JORDAN President of Leland Stanford University. i '
t put .
will continue to .
Though 1 Franklm ,. cleared 2 acres tiled house::

receive' the honor that U his: due as I them" ''IIEKE is a great m--l for an INTERNATIONAL SI"PKEME =tiy and barn. I -q' i
Ihe-n to those beady: eye> that soften the inventor of the first practical lightning -. -
j i had; dared with hatred and cru C : COURT, aud, this i i-, the end to which all good rn.-i I : *
f run! the study of atmosphericelectricity i No 11 -S3C03, one of the test ::

goes back at least to the eItUl1e a gle.m; of tumor.* He con are working. sta. homes on Ridgewood, furnished large : .1.1y
and the.
r tinucd: 1 sell these canes :
time of Tullius llo nlui>. who perishediu lot, garage. ..:
white man buys them-both for one SOME SAY THAT WAR STRENGTHENS MEN. I SAY III
an attempt to "draw tire from the ;:
sky." A ll'arut'dl'ric.t' ot the name otDivisch purjK.se.' They help us to walk" THAT IT DOES NOT DEVELOP THEM ANY MORE THAN BURGLARY : No. 116-52,000 will buy a nics I i .F.FI
is said to have erected: the Sl..utLal..rn'orkmlu: DOES AND THAT IT SIMPLY BRINGS: OUT DEEDS OF HEROISM ON home; five rooms and bath; hot a,>t?

first lightning conductor in Uurope A BACKGROUND OF BLOOD AND COWARDICE. :: and ctid.t' r; electric lights; corner ;;

lIe set it up at FreudIA Bohemia, tu17W. Crushing Romance. ::::ae lot. :;. t4
and it was! 130 feet high. 'rhougtithe -It seems to me." said Battersby. A: \VAR IS .\ CRIME. Seventy per cent of our public taxes are I H

and the Empress "that we are knocking nearly all the initiative. In Europe :: No. 123-A bargain at $3COO, Pal s
Emperor :btepheu: of life used for past and future wars, and thin on our own
Maria Theresa publicly proclaimedtheir romance and imagination: out metto avenue, 3 bedrooms, bath, completely );

confidence in the inventor a ; wLien: we commercialize marriage: ', for tho war debt is $20,000,000,000: all owed to the unseen vampireand : furnished, good condition. ::'::. c F

t It most disastrous: drought that atHicted that's about what we are doing 1 1 which the nations will never pay and which taxes poor peopK, : Houses exactly alike in same row i rl.ea
the '
like the good old way of courting It
f the country a year later was ascribedby valued at $6,500. : rt
when I that future war is impossible because the
s.: the superstitious populace to the way that was the classy thing $9,500,000 acar. say ;

,.Ir newfangled device, and Dmsch was knights were bold. 1 like the idea of nations CANNOT AFFORD: IT. .-r A. 25 acres near city limits; 15acres at, .

It is not galloping,' across the drawbridge and I :: fenced and cultivation 6- I '' I ,
compelled to take it down. be in ;
I snatching up the girl of my heart and England and Germany cannot possibly go to war, especially
probable that Franklin was acquainted ; room house and barns, 2000.
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with Divisch's experiment. putting her on the saddle before me cauaa the German emperor will not fight, knowing that a conflict *; i 11 i I

and galloping away like mad. Wouldn'tthat : B. Lot on Ridgewood in Holly : ,I :' ".,
O. I suit ?" roesni the end ..f his faruilv reign. E i 1
f Wrong End of the Milk. c; Hill, 150x309, $500. ; 1
I I ":\0, it wouldn't. replied the other
slack -
while trade was -- ---- -
One morning -- - ---- -----
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each t I!i man. "The girl of my heart weighs C. 15-acre hammock grove; tre s :
and ha had settled himself! iu the store 111.; '
F 200 pounds.?'-Cleveland PlaiD L alcr. seven old and in full bearing; 1, :
t chair for a few minutes a north side I! t''. ,

ch. I tI grocer was interrupted by the enteringof In the Vote Mart.A it's aNew Book, cM; near railroad west of Kingston, $3,000 ;I j. :, '

each t a very small daughter/ of Africa member of a certain city council I F it's a Souvenir Novelty. D. PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL I''] :I'
who, bracing herself In the middle of
made suit of I
invested in a ready CENTRALLY LOCATED
had > FOR SALE: -: 1 ; I
tf the store ald. ")lam wants some it's something in Stationery and EngravingCALL I
the '
f i cutn* -milk." wHereupon l she receivedthe { clothes, A and colleague forgot called to remove his attentionto pricelag. ,:. ; WELL FURNISEHD; CAN :: r' I}j I ;
asked for amount of skimmed and be displayed, signs of much 5,. ;; I I I
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milk X>JJ*}T-M':: -JA - mental disquietude. : ON OR \VRITETheH.&W.B.DREWCO. I

f "'The grocer bad just settled himselffor i I ""'\Vere TouT afraid people would TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS.- I f

another rest when he was again I know what you paid?" inquired the 3; $13,000 ON EASY TERMS. : !

Interrupted by that selfsame bottle of ; -118 I
1.1 .
colleague. E. Small cottage on corner lot on *. i' ,
Ink: "Mam don't want this. She want I No the reply. "1 was afraid .
a aI
Ridgewood: lot 100x150; fruit trees ,' : I'
i[ that what's scummed off the top.- would think it .
Some of these lobbyists! - -- C'Jia ... h '
------ terms. s
-- --- -- well $200 on easy I
Indianapolis' ......-.". '-News.* -?ni T _-- -" I is what 1 chargc.-Wnsblugtou Star rw.,' I Ic
rt.o' .' i 45-49 W. Bay St., JacksonvilleAND : : I :ftl t
13.NY i Poetic Justice. Might Work. 111 n

I've ju-t been reading about 1 1I.PS I .*\\ by does; a player pick up two We have some very attractive river front property jgin :'1' 1 :

poetic> Justice. What does that meln"t' I bats before he goes to the plateV" Port Orange that can be sold on reasonable terms *? I :
"Listen my child, and you shall hear. I "'It makes one bat seem liBhtev.Don't ; YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND =-r:. *- ,,1, I:

Once there was! a man who swindledme you see?" SATISFACTORILY. '*. and at low* prices. 01- II ;

out of :a lot of money In an irrigation I I MI see. It's a fine t-cheme I tliiua _:- ___ = s;. ,I f

scheme Well, he became a victim I I'll try it on the biscuits at our boarding -- ..- 1. .'' 5, .
of 1 have just- rittsburg; W. _- and i 1 '
poetic justice bouse -
i ; : We have a general insurance agency 1
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- heard that: he died of water: on the: I We' are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirs .1

brain"-J udgeGratitude The Only One Lacking.Why ,' can insure against almost everything except Z I I!, l';: '; : '

i are you so sure there I N uv !1 in China and Orangewood, New and sse
\ is the fairest; :: blossom : such thing :as a fourth dimension?" 1.1 frost and taxes. 2| '

which springs from the soul and the "1k'.ause." replied the discouragedfat ; a Exclusive.Novelties. ,t.
""-" I 1 If
!heart knoweth more frairanL I "If there was I'd have: it"- \ 'r aar a r'r> rararrilirrrasru,,,, t J ; =
,'- -of Hosea man; Ballou. none Ladles: man Home Journal -L : :J.J},>trirrrurrare. ; J + IJ + .J .I.J.I> a JIUJJJJ1rla.rlY'I'1. . } \ 11 ;,

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r-: Let us show you the finest assortment of :. : FOR SALE : I:. I ;. .4 f tions Wedne;

Y .: LADIES' and CHILDREN'S :. r: At a Bargain Everything .: :. THE NOVELTY MAN. I I I II. t t + mode

t H -lls Htatlonry and Hchool Supplies.Plionournphi. * +
Our Grrocery Hw na :\11I hln.-s,
eo S Tviiewritfrs. .'rcwk"r '. (tlasswan: .
i : Stock. : II futl-T.v. l+'l'hln, Tacklf. Toy andNotton. I I l
M 0a Smoked Ka(-on.it T ll I.. 3V UN I
:: ugur-l.ur..IIIIII1-, |M-r ll> 17e .. Will altar" frain >our I'lftunMs
N: ever brought to this city. You will need one. Perhaps : S Full Ilin- Jon-s Kros.' Pr.-..-r..-.. : .. our l.iinp-.aiHl: nn.lotlt.'rTtttrl.andr'il'it I'nii'n-lla-.. -.liariwn : : : : I ||
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Pic"(" !s thlll that houtofwhut'k
almost and :;:
but and it is better to buy while our : . call on !
: not today soon, . In fart !or any want I

: assortment is complete. Call and see them. : :. : S: BARNES i i I ArtCarries W|

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1 TO-NIGHT Monday January 30th : ; I ON BYL-I-

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from tli. Kaiuoui Novlof l '.D (1

that nun l\VII.KIK I : t'tilJ.IN' :* Open Daily at 2:30 : : i,>11"0 0aiioitltn>

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-- FEATURE ) ,\ Snow ] ''']. l I!(){ "1-: : | |l ; ! ; tire t
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Monarchs oi Mystery"PriorThompson
j efuxng is |

I Co. I Mr.-,. Anna Mitchell of (:C'oa! (Vni 'liishi.p; ; ..1.V.. Hamilton of .- ( f <'i>ni in l .tc'eprepared
; I a I
I Seats Hankins' i t..r. I'a., who spent) la -t winvr ::11 Iirtvu-lied at the f<' t'St \1.' K. !
Reserved at
Prices 25, 35 and 50c. : : ton, for ill}
---- -- --- -- - -- !taytIlIa, i i. again; here t'rr the seaMI Sunday eveniiiK, his abject : I ,
-- - --- I i sider. dart
GIRL" -,ttppil.g| | at the l'arkint. War and Peace. The i-hurcli I ; :
treaded and
I many were obliged !
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*Krk-ksou hot air engine, and a under this
to. rJ turn allay finding it -- : ;:;
e -- -- - - -- t'ook stove for sale! cheap. Apply at enter. Tlios.V.. Lane. the ;:; It lt: cupsubscribed
--- - il- the Magnolia hotel.O.1 bari-tcnv: afeo added to the i I
at the ma-';
n of the service, singing, two : 1
Rev. Dr. Wallace Xirt'.ng: a proiuii be preseutj t
the Holy City and Face to Fate. I ::
"SOMETHING IN IT"Get tfit New England divine, of 1'rovi- the board
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dem-e. Ii. I., who with f Its wife, is *FOIl SALK-One of the toot others wht'tltve

I .-ujourJihis at the Hotel Clarendon, sirable: plates in Daytona. ; 12 : ones

a Savings Bank Pass Book from us. preached a \ery able sernion :Sunday: with large attic, all finely {urn boost the I

We put something there besides the credit of your deposits i i morning to a large and interested Including piano and player 2: 1'1'I", The meet!

made. 1 congregation atthe Congregationalchurch. rooms, basement, laundry and : I, outand e\J

il ilI I I' I II nave, large garage: fruit I !in the furl

I We pay 4 per cent. compounded quarterly.PEOPLE'S ; I It Choicest location; iu Daytona t'\ shall gave:]
I *- \\',\ TlYOt.ng white woman thing practically new. will sell I t tuiurev

do 'ndin sewing; cbamberwtuk -
uu ; ; (readytin
7.::; per cent of cost u sold / ;
STATE BANK and to assist in the ofchtlirt'n..lpply 1 .
care Ii ian zation
March I 1. Aiiie.-s, lock box :,22.: :! ; E
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. II between 9 1 and 10 a. --- ., i good, <]
in., to 17 South Kidgewood .lve..l+ltA'r. new oppor'l
I.KI.\NI. I' I'.11..r. M. F:. I' \Ill'E It. I t
I II I mi: up
V.,:,'.l'r..l nt. t". n. MK.: VMAN. M. I.. WAlidUXKK.I and; Mrs.) t'.1. White and: Mr.) j j11It' I I

b- I \\' ., ctmsin. Charles: White, ex- I II" I
"l'nitill i States senator frontt.; .>\\ I I I !
York, came do"( from Dupjuw. Sat II
i j ::ruta1'tlrtloon to visit Mr. arid Mte. / I .
Thos'. II.'biJte atheir; South i .

LM( ) ( 1JrgwJ t.ruj Ik'a.'h trc.t to Dui-onl'home.today.: I U.;; J. White re !! CA., CAPTURED AT I I } : !I

T bLrgain-o.
I t'or t\i.e at a :dt'n'e Wi .
I Lt'ims: ,\"t.'., near Ridgewood..1t(- I
I i dnss iJrs. \YHlMni--op. : 7A.Im.s
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1..1 .. L C lIi.: C. railway: ;I.L Oocca, !
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.. -1..I. \\ lJer. uitor of St !: >. !njinT we Jr.eti: cverjUjixis! inii.'a' ;.MUa; Ida Pearoii, who ucc >:rpu'e.l lhur .trj: t d I')' Slieiilf: ilrowu while: : ; FAFORjiB
I UiO..iier, Mid. T. J. F;>s..:"ttn. .t') !
Mar> '.. Lii'c-.tpal I dill rd.l heM t m -: a.d: ;1'C:1L'ShlTg: : a'p; .rel ; ii::; tit> paw Thiouyli th's j ItI..-
union .L-rvuv at New Sm)rna Sunday at tlui'.i'c: llixe. Nor- ii ren b St. :2Tl tl1 ;I his c.:.y rcre>ia:'. !<'\ tat no.-ti train i :::4 UorUibmj.nJ.. K.sco :Is \ :

afternoou. .'1r. Wilder': friewte j on hcvreturn; to Sy-Le N. V" i iI. < d :.\Va\tro.-d, CJa.: in-re! It I Iiargtd :i
W .tn4 Mrs. HearyVekh: o.:: j Mi.3: Pvarcti .a a >i4.: r of 1116. 15.I . : :
\7r-I bs giui to laira: '.:.. -rat h e It-: I. < grand" lau-euy: !
(" .\\t'l'-l'U! S. C., were RUIS'S of I \. IZlo.k. :!11.,. Fcarou v. ili r a.aiu : VOTE TO
5wleicy: recovered <:'o resuu." !1..1 1.1 1.- ( t.ati: a typ.-\nie: t.I.: ai I
.' .',-::;. (:. ti.a. t'u'i-' ::! f; ;.:::Jo.;, \V.V.., and the 1StkSEUliuJ. ; I tor a ic: ,1;. r time \with Dr. aid: Mi 3.K'.o. 'i. :/.i: IKis tud; i-" II 111'. hl":1:( : ;
and Leila .AbercrouibR1 k ;ir their; home on Soalh I': 1- ... I FOR SAI
.i-L-J: by ai t-i-n- r flu! .l: : l | i
.:.,..... cocking: at Soir.lt't:/ r"' ;t.:' their: home on :Myn.te: avemfruiu: I un at arnue. \ :.' .:.t :tcrt: : loan \\ ,,' 1.t : : : ): : RESOLtTHE ]

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Ito toulhcra: cl'occse: of Oh o.irc , 1-:. Hl.ikt-uiore of this: ri\:: aial being.j.v. L-t; h'u'i :.: ihe Ivy L.ie .11.' : l I !li.i..li: t!' t-h'i-t: : ci'.y; t.:...i 1 t 1 'h. .r

] ::hcJi to a Ltrge congregation: atSt. connect vdiiii i tiny ti. hi..;" iudu>:t .j jon I I. :.I'( /::. vJ 1 to tit': 0.l" ; o: Lie t-: i iL.t 1.K '4-.i
:11:' '" llpisctpal: church Simayinccsits. ? 'I' i I ,..,.....,
) the V.,;.u.a I rtct tva> u.d'b..t.H A.uioujoLiks s'.orcd at reat nab'e Le h.d r v
; :: l>':*l.up Vlucent: is a gue&tat ; I j while hire! hi ki o\t inn whether! : o r rut.*. SARATOGA INN GARAGE.ii. C.':: rl.. atuIJ.1; 'o.f'rn..e' <>. ,

tto lit lei Uruiotul and is ttiownart net the uieiid;! : 'n had started 01 l\.ulJc: 1 ::. tt t era (,'; ifor.tl and \\I> <.-<.rt-, : j jI : i
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rculcr: ia Daytona bavins: VOD I :
their;: ,run no.t.iWHEN L' > ace: .-ir.attce. lit waa told; : :
ducted services here last season. I I try effo.t would be m.:ds.- TO il I ,
=- Will D. Upshaw, the well known
hluu:! to remain in KoyVe : i
I THIRSTY DRINKHarris' Uaptibt: lecturer of AUatita. Ga., and i i
To buy or
"WANTED- new prai the item stated thai nol ca y
editor of the Goldeu Ae.:; preached
.tically new piauo. Cash Addres.- berg of the church but prc-: i ; We carlo
to a large congregation at the Uap-
A. K. X., Cart' Daily Xew ;502tMrs. ; the entire population of the 4 Prescof
I tit church Sunday morning hi:* subject I
--- would await the outcome wiMi: : ,
being Old Time Religion. Mr. : the si
M. L. isms i arrived Saturday ( l'pshI'allle o\ er from LK-Land in intereat. Air. Gibbons was at fully equi
afternoon from :\1umt'oce. 111.. tuie stationed at Daytona t : work N
Lithia the uioniiim and return(d to that |
and joined, her mother :\11'). S. M. and hit wife have many : chemicalsbusiness
city immediately after he serf ke;
I Ryan and her brother. Capt. Geors: friends in this city and \ :: I I Ii
ti address
: a young peopk-s' rally at
and wife, who have been: they have also at UeLand.
A. Rowe Water] that place. Mr. Upshaw: will delivera Ask yolHANKI
hero tin ''ue forepart of the sea lecture in theDaytona Theater in they were also located totaut ;: L '' :

..son.Irs.. Lewis has. many friend j; this city next Friday night r'*'.*- -

here and is well known having bedJ SOLD AT the auspices of the Lad His Indiscretion. i 1

I in business in past: s oz:s. a try sK-iety: of the F .
t.t: \\ atauj ? hetur'-7 ...
Young's Pharmac church. H-t i d.jo..t! I.:t f, t ,, ;,. C'!II.:..,. ()!I. h- ...! "\.i i I ii. .. :\ \\ here

IIot baths: Iloopt-rs Barber Shop. ; :inn will: i--... t c..l: i > \h: Ii--- vi-.i: ,1'. . : .' / i l' .-.. (. ,



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