Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00204
 Material Information
Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: January 31, 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: VID00204
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
alephbibnum - 002072230
lccn - sn 93063916

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........N04 l 'r', THE WEATHER IN FLORIDA. ++ +'FFnlr LO'/l TICE ON THE BEACH : L Lt

1 + In central and south pOl"-" THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Today . . . . . . ? 2:15 .
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I. ; ., tpna( wltfl local rains tonight or
,0; + Wednesday In north portion: + + Tomorrow . . . . . 2:31 }.

I : + moderate, variable winds + + Thursday . . . . . 3:10 'i

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Published Every Evening Except Sunday Daring! December. January, February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida."i"

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I Sixth Season-No: 52 DAYTONA FLORIDA TUESDAY JANUARY 31. 1911 15 Cents per Week

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WALLACESArt W. H. WRIGHT :: :: DR. BOH\"OrS\ UOSPITU and S\'IHRI\' [I RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies Stationery and Havana SmokersVet

I and Store Painting First Avenue. Dajtona, Fla.TvontyMx PRICES Books Cave, Manufacturer
Jewelry .
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Carries an exclusive line of new Paper Hanging I nn"l tlttil t throughout with !i'l-nosiuoii') to Tr-'tit You Rtitit.L I GEO. CLARK Daytona, Florida.It .
I.1 Postcards and Iy.-h;| | t rB.- Your Jtwlera. Lnn t.orr will fall at the Pitlly
style Daytona Decorating 1 I Waterman Fountain Pens, NewsPapers N.-w-, "dlr.Iwtom. i tomorrow nluht wr.
--.1 View Books. 219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Phone floor. 181 For 1.-rm4 C. C.ntlilr BOHANNON.*'* M. D. I. L. H. ROWE & CO. and Periodicals will V.-t ,''av.FEDERALS t\..-.him uti onb-r for 25:! rents on

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[ I, The first meeting of the Daytona I Great interest is being slio\\n :in ON ISLAND IS KILLED I \V. Va.. Jan. 31 -i iI C.XAXE.1E."nCO, Jan. :31 -

lach Street board of trade will be held at the I the great popularity contest to be I Enormous damage has been done by The town of Saaaartpa: : in the stateof :
i the floods: in the Ohio valley where
-city hall next Friday evening, the I given: by the Gazette-News announcement Sonora. which was captured sometime
I I j I the Ohio river has gone on a rampage -
of which made inSaturday's I ago by the Revolutionists, has
been was
call for this session having
Of LUZON. BYBANDiTS. as a result of the recent thawing -
I In contenteleven leeu retaken the Federals with
the a
Issued by President F. :M. Rowe :: paper.: weather. by !
I, prizes aggregating 51.S50.:; are loss of ten killed and :So: wounded.
according: to Instructions given at the I I The water i* still rising and ni
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time of adjournment of the mass I. to be given away absolutely free to i, Wheeling and many towns along the I i! A total of 50; Rebels>: were captured -

a ''a t; meeting at which the board was the contestants.by clipping Votes the \ote may couponsI be secured TOTAL REACHES ABOVE i 100 ; BATTLE 0,1 O, THE BORDER; river the merchants are moving i iI I II i/i I during the engagement and a
their goods to the upper floors of
f formed last week. I
number of the Revolutionists' lead
I I from the Daily News or by securing
The of the meeting Friday I their buildings while families:; living
purpose subscriptions 'to the Gazett -Xe\\s. VOLCANO STILL IN ERUPTION. ALL BANDITS ARE KILLED{ ers were killed.
P" evening is to hear the report of ther I A large number of nominationshave I ,,I I near the water are movi 4 onto higher This victory has given encouragement -
r which hasprepared I land.
committee on bylaws,
to the government troops who
already been sent in and a
EYES set of rules and constitution I I Great etreaches of railroad tracks
: a believe the Federals will be
f'S complete list of nominations will be WHOLE ISLAND IS BEING CONTINUALLY ONE OF DESPERADOES SH01 I now .
have been by the rush-
for the new organization consider !swept: away
fully safeguarded I published Thursday of this week. It more successful in their battles
discuss and adopt' a sot of ROCKED BY THE : ing waters and s'i i 1 greater damage
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DEAD AND JUSTICE OF THE with the insurrectionists.
(one pair to last is important that all persons dee.ring I II
laws with which to be governed: and i I I to the railroads .s expected.: It will
are indications 'under which the body may work.It I to make a nomination: shall do EARTHQUAKES AND NATIVES : PEACE WOUNDED IN THE EN be some time tier the water subsides -
[xiili child's and in this gi\e: I
your so at once way
tier and I will fit is Important that all those who 1 their nominee the advantage of an ARE IN TERROR. I i GAGEMNT.EL before. .: normal condition in I MITCHELLIS -1
railroad tra. can be resumed.
subscribed to the membership' roll I
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to correct thetrtatmE'nt early start. One weeks' time may !II I r:
last week should MANILA, Jan. : 1-The volcano
new at the mass meeting I PASO. Tex.. Jan. Mounted: I
[ la win the $4:iu; piano for your favorite.and ai
''be present at the firs? meeting of Taal is still in eruption: today and :
alt it is desirable that all nomina- : Customs Inspector: Thomas O'Connoi
board evening and all the whole island of Luzon is being : l
the Friday i: BLACK fiEND t
w.Clark tions be sent in as early! as possi; and one of a trio of bandits wanted ; fiRED
I others who desire to be clashed as continually rocked by the
fllve. ones" and are ready to help ble. Every person in Volusia countyis quakes. t'arth-I I for the killing of PoMceman: MeClune i I
entitled to a nomination and any
itrist ,'boost the city should also be present. lore than 400 natives hate perished i; in Xew Mexico were killet I
t one is at liberty to nominate them-
The will be an interesting !; in the earthquakes and succeeding :: Jii IS LYNCHED
of the EYE.OODS. meeting selves if they desire to enter the in a pitched battle last night. I BY MINERS.'i
one and everybody will have a voicein tidal waves and the natives i i
I contest. Under no circumstances tice of the Peace I1t'Wk-Y was wounded 1 1I
the' forming of the rules which the entire length of the island are 1 1s
will the name of the nominator be i in the fighting.
l shall govern organization in the in a state of terror taking everything s I II
r I future. divulged. movable with them to the i The battle was between a p()s>e:, fOR ASSAULT. I
Already the officers of the new or mountains in search of places! of; of officers and the three bandi.s: I I
I First Prize..One Chopin Upright I
ganization have done some work for I Grand Piano valued at. ..$4r.O.UO;; safety. I Two of the bandits made their to.'S. o 1
the good of the city of Dayton and Columbia ----- EXPELS DIM I) FROM l 1 ORDER.
Second Prize. .Scholarship
opportunities for work are com "THE COUNTRY GIRL"AT cape. j TAKEN AWAY FROM 1 SHERIFF
I College valued at. . .100.00Third During the armed ; -..
day.'fRISCO THEATER TONIGHT. I day posses surrounded
tug every
up Prize. .Scholarship Draushton's ACTION IS 'TAKEN BY UNITED i i
the two bandits. t
I Business College . . ZO.OUFourth ;; .\ roaring farce comedy. The I Howe and his son. and a pitched bat : ADMITS i GUILT TO THE MOB. I Ii
g a complete Prize.One :Mission Writ- Country Girl is the attraction at ,, tie ensued. Doth bandits. wen e' MINE WORKERS IN CONVENTION ji

troceries, in- ins Desk . . .. . .. .. ., :25.00:;; too new Daytona Theater: tonight I' killed and several] mewb@rlofth.! .
Fifth Prize. HelJateo Certificate with the great Prior-Thomps"oa company I posse were wounded. VICTIM OF NEGRO'S ATTACK IS I I

valued at . . . . .. .. :::.o.OtJ' ", the I onarc hs of Mystery" I THIS MORNING.
I Prize.Hebate Certificate as an added feature.
tx Beans : IN LEAD i valued at . . . . . . :::.t.CJO .\ fair audience greeted the company '![STOCKS ARE STRONG; j ji OLD, WHO IS NOW CRITICALLYILL. I COLUMBUS Onio. Jan. 31: Too :

Seventh Prize. .Kebae Certificate in "The Xew Magdalen" last:: i INDUSTRIALS IN LEAD. I'nufJ Mine Workers at the **.- 1

leans valued at . . . . .. 200.CKIEighth : night and the people were well I XEW YOm Jan. 31.-Stocks siou o. the convention: held here ,

Ibers fOR SHOW.% Prize Rebate Certificate pleased with the production. were generally strong today, the industrials SLIDELL. La.. Jan. 31-WilUtuiCooley. : this m< : :' valued at . . . . 17:;.U0 a negro charged with criminally constitution provide that l t tI
i : being strong and active ("nt.1I I to : members -
Nineth Prize. Kebatt Certificate vial: mention the Monarchs of :Mys] I I

>wer valued at: .. . . . . .. 10.00:; I terI.rior and Thompson being;: I ton was quiet and steady, unchanged i: assaulting the eight-year-old I of the Nat; :Ial: Civic Federation
daughter of Henry Miller, a wealthy shall wbil"l'r hi in the '
I Tenth Prize- .Rebate Certificate I especially good in the! greatest mystery to three points higher. Trading: was !: forfeit i -

toes HOUSE FAVORS WESTERN CITY : valued at . . . . . .. 125.0C:; act ever seen in the city.y I in small vttiuntr.I ( i I planter was taken from the deputy I United Mine Workers. dom.1p'
I sheriff by a mob last night and This action virtuaJ.y expe' John
Eleventh Prize..Kebaue Certificate _. ._
- -- - lynched. The black fiend admittedhis I Mitchell former president of tLe ,
;rsM !I . .. . . .. . lOO.tHl I ELM
I valued at I ,
FORjiBIG) PANAMA EXPOSITION. 1 I m[ TOOTS I i ( ( PAY BETTER.( guilt before the mob pulled the order who is chairman of the trades
t rope. The vkt.ni of tli. assault! isi division of the National Civic(
Total . . . .. $l.S:.0.ini) 1
condition. I
in a ci'iln-al : : eration. ;.
VOTE TODAY GIVES MAJORITYFOR The first prize which will bt There are few investments that '; !"1
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jays Fresh. awarded to the contestant securingthe :; IiJ pay better than money in the bank
must votes consists of a genu at interest. When you have thi-s I I ;
line 1 ?450.tH;; Chapin Upright Grand i ii 1 PAUL TOUCHES HERE.
[ RESOLtUTION NOW GOES TO you have no anxiety, no worry no .
f .i HlO. This: piano i is. a very flue instrument SEVERAL VESSELS I CO DOPJCREWS TIH.cabn: (iTii.ser Commodore of '"
INA business complications, no error in
THE SENATE. !'! ; of special: artistic merit ol i the Whatu ilta.'a"ht. ('lubv of St. ,
high grade and (quality latest cast' judgement, no miscalculations no I '
Paul Mitiii.. i is moored off the Ilali-
:AGE CO. WASHINGTON. Jan. ::l-The battle : I
design, selected figured: vaneered ol i flaws in the title no depreciation in OF TWO SHIPS DROWN lax Kvr: Yacht Club wharf. The< .j
over the site for the big Panamacauial ,
double veneered inside -
highest quality, fonuiKMjor". (CallCIt."x Reid 1 ,
: value. You ; came
can savings account -
q i r- in l'.ilf! raged in the i start a IN
exposition : WHEN BOATS ARE SUNK :
and out, handsome' solid moudtags i
.r. r!:-"m 'tii !north Monday) and will
'K house today Numerous congressmen | at this bank with one dollar. I
and hand-curved trusses, hand TERRIFIC STORM, WHICH 1 i aura n Iit-re until] Thursday. She is .
spoke for both Xew Orleans! and carved capitals and muaic:: ruct.., i Many people without stopping to ive iI t
I on ;.c !'Hi4 cruise being bound Cor
San Francisco. The vote hand-polished mirrored I it inclined SWEEPS THE SHORES. i: i
rounded corners consideration are to delay St. Paul and has on board her own- '
follows: I : remember The food you eat io i: j i it
surface automatic extftusioi I !r in 'making a start along this line. :- and wife. :Mr. and Mrs. John LGraff ;- ,'1't '
San Fraucibeo-1SS.,; music desk, artistically' carved,. the first step toward perfect health I'I'I DOVER, England Jan. :;,1 1 \ t.-r- ; of St. Paul. ,+ 1
Xew Orle-ans-lW. and ilH.'Te.t..edtality.; provided it When you stop to think about it ritc; ;sale has ben sweepmn the
noiseless rolling fall board will!I i I Th.Commodore[ i i- :;J fet .in !
t \Washington. uickel-plated continuous hinge, rim: is absolutely pure and \vholeome.: :i i there is really no good reason why coast along; the English:: channel' to !
: -nut'i and 7 t'mt. t b-am and ; pn-
t Milwaukee. wafebuilt t(Duality, and purity are the most lX"-1 I shouldn't have bank day. The bailing vessel Dandy Yulaa a )
I block of selected hard rock r you a growing jx-lU-il, b ,t T'j I horsepower Bui a.4" 1 '
of has be-u wrecked: and the whol-! : > I AaI
i The resolution on the adoption tent factors of all goods sold here.
up in layers and cn* sbandedwarranted I :: account. This bank is ready and :J II.'.
the report of the committee favoring None but the best are here at prices crew drowued. The Danish Southern -
to withstand any ,
I Lave I i :
'I willing to help "lVe.ou
New to the you of Denmark has also been wrecked -- -
I Orleans nowKorn metal frame import J I that are astonishingly l Inv.Daytona. --- - - -
senate. I the privilege of withdrawing your and the crew drowut"d1 u. h I
blued steel tunings:;., three string, gh1;
overstrung bass special repeating ac: I funds whenever you want to. Still wreckage is comiiiK ashore. I CHURCH Dru i I 1
Ox- lion German silver hammer rail with all these inducements and incentives PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLES Beach. Street I

>ring 1nP ht'.1bt'st quality imported felt hammer : CONRAD GROCERY to become a saver there are ; Daytona Florida. I I
muffler attachment for practiceten
..5 hundreds of people in our country *!lelhn Food f.+, tll. t5atis/ I tt
lave just i years' quarters( on inside 01 ti"i: LOlJO.JaD.. :a-Io':' <' George '

cover in silver 7 1-3 t.,.tavt'. besi t who do not deposit their money in firat: parliament: a fUibled today. 1 l 1 rN

both form We carry the largest assortment quality keys, made in figured mahogany. .i COMPANY i.i i bank It" you are among th:* The title wa dnplayed: and thhou "- Our Rubber Goods ,

of)I Prescription goods in this part I height four feet, nine inches, \ number d.> not wat: any lUll,It"!". bring ,,e: of common quickly started ttwork. > I

of the state and are therefore width five feet two !inches, weigh:c your first: d-M; ..:-.r t." tIE: > :funk' : and Jam; Lowtb-r was reeiectd : (tinuub"uII; < led l ">.iitiifacti because :

: en anT fully equipped to do Prescriptionwork. | boxed for shipment J w pounds 'PHONE 61. .;..t a. batik !.",. c ,. p"aker.NO I, we |>ur<:ha.e direct of the i .

Nothing but the very best j i This: is a prize well worth the ef : mint reliable Manufacturers. Our I xstork

chemicals used and we know the torts of anyone. CHOICE AT ALBANY; l FL
Lodge I includes sickroom, bath andnursery
r 1 business. The: s-econd prize to be awarded ic' MERCHANTS BALLOT REMAINS SAME. 1 I .
I' tin.contestant securing the secoiulargest No. 1141 .\LB.XX.. Y.. Jan. :UTh.dl'h .: necessaries, and our + 1

Ask your doctor he knows. number of volt coius.st.-s. v i B. P. 0. E. :\\ ballot in:: the senatorial I e!' <<< prices are only consistent with i!= ,1 '

: t.'olle 7d BANKA. "...'"it today wa prar.-tt' (-aliy 'r.; .
Columbia 1
a scholarship to !; I I
HANKINS The I Meets Every Tuesday quai'ty r.'i-:" ,
Druggist, : Luk I handed.: It !.-, ; *! *'
the well-known inlitutou at r
Evening. Visiting ,. We vuligl;. -. ,:. ,.
I AT THK: PLAL'EWhere City. Fla. Thi!s scholarship! s \ a.ilued : Members Invited. I ;Leant* will hold! i ,
4- S,' T E. Fitzgerald E. R. D. McBRIDE President f'o- .re litie, 1'elJ .
day to
T 'ER CO. Volusia Meets Beach. I at $lw. -. ; Geo. F. Crouch Sec. ; J. B. CONRAD:- Vice.President .
I Telephone 69 (Continued .-:. 'c. .'h page* i !; F :N. CO:>RAD, Cashier :ar M-: .'- in : :, '

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PIANOS and DELAND the county seat of

Concert lunar is situated 23 miles southwest of

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

BANK city by an excellent hard-surface DKLAND, FLA.
recently constructed. Four Colleges and 8
DLAND, At DeLand is located the John B. Equipment coit-
tug nearly |#iinEndowment .
that of the lead
UMEMBER StetsonfZJniversity, one
IonIy, on'WOMANS $100,000Surplus HOOttJO.
Capital Faculty of 4 u Professors
- educational institutions of the -
; $50,000A. ing and in.
EXCHANGE South. Because of the interest in strnctors. Christian
I but non-Hf .
.. ;;;:: .. "':" rim DeLand is knownas
: ---==- : Inilityton: that D.McBRIDE, matters educational Teaching. P A I
-- suptitv th" l ladleswith President For Information,
I ICECREAM - the lut..t articits. IJ. "The Athens of Florj' 1. address: ger, on t
=- titht on Mra. :si. B.CONRAD. Stetson University ha a faculty of Lincoln Haller of paint
u ny quantity. J. HollII"s 15 Vulu- V1ce-President .
-q !tIll .# "... ) 50 professors and instructors. There PH.D.LL.. Lln.D.
MILLS'Eeropean $ kk B.A. WOOD. D.
; and PresidentAttorney
Cashier.DREKA'S in buildings
g' .. ;.i arc over $400,000

I Restaurant -__.......:&,,,... '.-. -_ .4-- equipment; nearly $300,000 endow- tug and ijMr

.I J_ I I -iriirnN.. fact must be apparent to the most meat; a Carnegie Library alone representing |
J. W. [
C. r-
r -.e...................... By L. superficial: observer. With such lavish an investment in building I

I' of Daytona's crowning glories [ wealth of natural beauty it became DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than the cityOrmond .
:. HATS is her incomparable! beach. None o an easy thing foi the hand of STORE 120000. The library is the United andCounsellor

:: New Stock Just in atPeck's :: who: haj ever set foot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS train to give the finishing: touches I States Government depository for the Dr J.

I smooth racked sands; no one whoever : Which have wrought out the colors "EVERYTHING' State of Florida and contains over VolusU

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

j : 112 South Beach Street. = .; no one who ever drove a Man did all: this in the laying out TO WEAR of the newest of 16 buildings, with Capt I
't. I ...................BOIIB*. ot hOse and listened TO USE"1 comf'l
prancing pair of the streets with their wide marginsof its furnishings, represents an outlayof Will Pr&ctUe In the

i .......................... to the popping of their steel shoes! ................ISISRSIS... parkage. The entire city becomesa Rending Room $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of State and 6teazuerawning

I : LING UTAH-CHINESE LAUNDRY : upon its asphaltum-like face; no one ,. gre.it: park, with driveways interesting Elevator t..-rvlc.> .. the most beautiful college buildingsin Federal c]

: T3 SO. REACH ST.. VATTO Hhlrts A. FLA. who ever steered a high-power automobile I: E. S. HALL :1.1 miles: upon miles of driveways Rest RoomG.A.DREKA4CO. the South. CourtsTlLAND deck
Press Bhlrts liNlght:: ] 10.
White Khlrts 10,Woolen Mhlrts 1ft down the broad stretch Architect and BuilderNo. : too good as to attract motorists The city has a population of about
8 Undershirts H. d
Cheek Bhlrts and surf-packed sand :: DryJacob
New Hhlrts is|Drawers S14hIrtcoLIaratt.3Mock.pcrpft1r wave-washed from all over the continent.And 3,500, with a thickly settled country FLA.
t : '! 3 but:: realized that it is a world beat : .31' Palmetto Ave. : ELAND, FLA. is five S.S
:3 for the < : adjacent proper
Collars or Cuffs :tHandkerchlefs! I DAYTONA. FLORIDA. as pavements pavements
LAdlesclothf'8"teorr@8pondlngprlce er, a world-wonder. Go stand upon eas'"t River
that look and act like granite miles of the St Johns on
.......................... this wi.ie speedway and see the happy :I.Isu.I..u.I.R.I.IsI.Ii.i.i.i.i..i.isI.I.Is.. where else between the eastern the*high rolling pine land of the WRIGHTINSURANCE Mr an

I flit by in joyous mood, and YolusiaJCoonlyAbstracLCov
tCSSOISIISI.I.ISIOI.ISI1. souls and weotrn seas are so many milesin great "Orange Ridge" cf Florida. 'ha"emore be
whether this is not one I ..
I H. C. THOMPSON At. : lanswtr modern wonders. I ... proportion; to inhabitants? The ; The predominating products are wlij
: seven
t : W. C. CHOWNING M. D. : pavement question statds with the oranges and grapefruit the estimated AGENCYDeLand at tti.eiroed
I :. LAMB HUPMOBILES :. The Placid Pellucid Halifax River. I General Medicine and : treet as one of the chief drawing 'ury Bert FUh D. Landis.President Hec- 'crop from this vicinity being over v> a\

think is water with more cards. Till some unheard of place rt-tary and JTreus.: :300,000 boxes this year. Grapes, ternoonbome
: Where :
you Obstetrics
: Given at Time.
Any I
; Dc-eutratio. I
surroundings? Xearly a reports more and better: Daytona Furnish: 'peaches, "pears, Japan persimmons, Florida at I
PHONE W! : picturesque Office Hours: 1\0:\ to 8M 7 to p. in. Abstracts ,
I' : Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. : throws down the gauntlet to the plums, pecans, guavas, strawberriesand !> j tiles|
tropical Over
.......... mile wide. fringed vegetation : ed and Titles
_ _ _ in .
i f _ _ artistic cottages with roomy ii.i.i.isa.isi.i.1sIuIIUSI.R.RSISISISUSUOISISI.. world. I other fruits are grown plenty.In
I Perfectedand
.......................... verandas, looking out upon her bosom Squirrels Flowers Binds and Fruit. Insured the way of public improvementsare OLDESTLARGEST

: JACOB ESPEDAHL gamey food fishes in countless num, ... I \\'ht.one's shortcomings and ( many miles of fine shell roads, an fl ; ,;
Plats andBlueprints IV-.ne 1t.zo
.: Contractor and Builder bers beckoning as it were to those : however indifferent or even callousone Maps. NupplltdFf.P. excellent high school, electric lights,
Designer and Craftsman : DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPhysician things:' the mere waterworks that is owned
Construction of Build : with rod and reelher; bosom fleck may be to many a system of and BEST
Bnperlntends I mention! (.f "flowers and squirrels. KL\XI>, and by the city, supplying I
ings. Plans and Hpecllloutlonson ed wilh duck and coot and snowy- I and Surgeon : operated t: U|
Hhort Notice. winged sea birds, which sit about as birds and fruits" will send a thrill I the purest water at little cost .
: n..YTOS.YLOUUA. : ttKKU'K! VKK: KOI\AK I'I.\I'E : 1 I-- :, t&i
t .................iu.gusaIusI.I.i.isisisiisi.i. If for the &port of bobbing upon th M O !'tu! >n N: that is reflected in" distended pupils BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that For Florida M'U Ji dI
watch that lubberly ol'1! n and pricked; ears. DeLand is a church.going commu
waves; ........I ....S I.U I S I.UI .. FARMS i .. 'lie
U white headed pelican pouch a fai For eez-y visitor a spare goober nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, \\
d : OSCAR MICHAEL : mullet and that fish hawk strurr'riT"upward : :! I S U S IS II I S IS U S US I S U SIS.. there is a bunny ready to come, COMPANY of odists (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES -- '

: with his floundering load ht I .I1.1; l accept your gift. lie will sit bolt l Manufacturers Christians and Catholics, TIMBER or 1h
: snatched from the water : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS :: 11'1| 'r, llt and knaw intithe meat r LUMBER besides colored Baptists and Methodists TRUCK

. : Filling and Grading See the beautiful launches spiel E Civil Engineers : i: casting furtive: saucy glances at you | LATH are represented.: LAND \u it|

I :: Keavy Hauling a Specialty. :. and span, wi'Jh: hampers and lockers l meanwhile! ;'' SIIINULESMOULDINOS The graded: school offers a tesyears' S.-n
.......................... bulging with refreshments both solid : DAYTONA, FLA.. : FkfT.S Usually fresh and bloomI !I course, and the building whichit Sheet to.
- tl I .;:.. I AK nt*:
-- :nd liquid. ready for a cruise upon( th S E-Tahl"h.: :;; th-; year: 'round you are remit d-1 Mitiry's Paints occupies is newly furnished
.i1 !
-m---x ) XX- m.
! I THE" GflOLDmm
r beautiful s-urface. Take out your f.eU: ...iSISISI.IoUSISU.IIII... ,d of Goldsmith's l'ouplewht"re >*:11 old. lUxjIlllgWliil. throughout and is one of the most -

j: M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. 'glas.i and sweep the river from: :1 Sm.husnintc:; ;! : its easiest visit paid j KIK.ra-.lo.: hall Pli-t.( .I..nt r i I II commodious and best equipped pub COiiIl.tNIt. K

.; MILLINERYAre i Ormoad bridge to Ponce Park ..I.I.ISI..u.ISISISISI. I : .Mid! summer's linserint blossoms 1 :!d"'-I!uiid iflay Knck r.rn-k. lic schools la the State. (. axis) -

J lisjht house then say whether thtHalifax S E. L. STEWART I i are delayed. I IHI. VNI r-. t"L.LANDIS .\. The trip from Daytona to DeLand' I> FLA Ia'fl

'1 I Showing Fall Styles isn't: a thing of beauty ama :. Physician and Surgeon : I'in! oi 11'! "' > .id roses: of varigated/; huei .- I is made by automobile in a little I rentedttiue

f I N.. 8 Beach St., Daytona Fla. joy further aid one of the: modenOIldd S **|i...Mil :aU. lllHin to dl'". a"r TI IP : I i :ledouuw.u ; another household has I over an hour and tliers arc many fi

i' :!\ .\! ."@.! Kv. K.I: Throat Hlul :Ntt.; i 'tTio. ... pt-nHiant for the poincetta and the.ireniiM. & fIStl of the THE
1 _ !(_ _ !_ _ \\ 'i. mid u Miliif >llu'lIuIJa. :i\<'nil-\ >nl l pretty drives in the vicinity I
i'\ hair w1 01! 1*.. < t.. t. I- |"luiii. ".'. : ;. .s 4 rt-: aflame; another i is hid- site. A good road leads to 1 a
Q !@! county
The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge S "tli.hUUI.-: C ii. HI to 'i | til Attorneys at Law I GORDONGARAGE
i : uen: :n a jungle of tall ('ant'"ari t) ] [Prhctu'sn: .In all DcLcou: Springs five miles, a historic

t; East Florida .. wood. SISISRSUSISISISISUSISISIl.I.I.ISI.ISlU,1.aISI. .,; the fp.t-e( : : of life and here is where !; State and l-". dralt.Xurt spot. where 60,000 gallons of water sportorn ]

.' ltidgavenue, is upon the ou t'.nd: it.j special f.ettttls; for bubble from the earth every minute. "- .

Telephone Company of a broad: ridge straight as the crov S ....: j The birds, flit in. and witfli their I Investigating po-rf..ctinl tItI and. I From DeLand automobiles go southto The cones

I flies and the wide spreading branch DR. F. H. HOUGHTON : joyous notes help to give fullness :j ji : IIF1.AS. t-LA. Osteen 18 miles on shell and DeLandHeadquarters pit o

: i Connections at Daytona <. es of 'ho heavy-trunked live oaks extend E ..I I Id s>y mint try to the picture. I, marl roads; the St.Johns is crossed by

: for Long Distance Points 1 1I' their giant arms across the may 5 DentistS As for fruits choice= citrus fruits I STiART&BLIIsaac[? YI ferry near Osteen and cars can then for
:I I AutomobilesAGENT
; nificcitt *'sta. forming an arch. and l : \.tlds : to none for
om"" P.- -k 15Uk l l':a>tona the pain I A. -wnntEgford continue to Sanford and Orlando byhard
I H. C. THOMPSON Mgr. from these extended arms great fes S I'I1ttJ: \\.t Kiul: *outh tIridgiSESISISUSUSISISISISIU ..: quality aim quantity per acre. erelIre I lily road. There is a shell road FOR
I' I I I :Mary Stewart Maxwell Touring .
I tocroo of Spanish moss sway as th< .., of citrus grcves in proxI five
0ae3xsx&xH. ... OXJ@@@@@ USUI I scores Attorneys at Law from DeLand to Orange City, Cars and
trade winds from the tropc: sea;; -- -- I ;'iir.ty: to the city branches bfndingj and Notaries Public miles, and a good road from DeLand

l fan them. Looking straight aheat I .lSlIUSI.lSIIISIIIIIS..: to) the e.-.rth:;: with their burdens of I IKii.ous to Lake Helen. a like distance. Runabouts'trthurG.
."LA.J. I
r T. McCLELLANi io\\n this white shell street one ha:!) : T. K.: Ftt/K'-rnia K: Oat. :: I : gcMen globes, which for PFt.I'
i the impression of a fairy path witi.Ic&sa I I FITZGERALD & OATES :. I It-auty. proflicacy and aU desirable i I
': .'. draperies. but as you snortlng astonish i A.ERICKSON. BOND SANDSTONE{ BRICK CO. Hnniltn I
I Mill WorkWrite : Attorneys and Counsellors at Law :: I q1iLlititslluld truly you. Royal P. lI"U1J1nHAMLIN
'' and cast an first to thf Manufacturers I
KimiuiiiKitiul : I
-ml I PatIliti.tr Finest
U | I The Fastest I
(;; the left set: U IVrf'-vtliu I J. ttt: 1 Till > 4:
or ask bim about anythingyon right and then to you & CO. Light Granite, Buff, Red arul
Buildup. ::
I{ want made of wood Everything ( distinguished cottage homes in tht :: uffloiiU'oiirad I II II i LargeSt!, '*UK-& of : Drab Brick

: the best.Marth I most delightful settings. .1 I Theeti.Th world wonder: do you |I Pianos Organs: and i 1 I....r.Car:KIM 'r\\r- *. Prompt Ship &

i See '.h.) glistening leaf of the grain 1 p1 - .-.-k? dine. whether from Missour: Sevvmg MacluncsSt.uth in: i.'s.! tti.i, i .r, '{emu- t :and PrtcisLAKK

Ridiewood Ave. Phone123 j waglloliwhich nature has varnishe. ,f't.!\!.! ,.'i'!'!\!' -! !, "\ . -!.,!\!\!\!'::;i : or fro'a Main**. from Kalamazoo o lifLVMKl.V.i.f:J; ;u.iiM..10 : I1K1.KN. FI.A. HAMLIN

Ii .\"....\. XX!.. as 110 yrt's's' brush ever could: am 1 .: DR. J. P. ESCH t; mbuito.: ..nd you will be "shown" i! LAKE HELEN

; the'If cabbige.\ fruit palms and with swaying their burdt polu s:, :;: Physician and Surgeon ;! 'I speed Here is i is where broken the with worl every's record recurring for':!it ALLEN'S I Surrounded by several pretty lakes Attorneysand
SiO' ) .
Iii I f; tr 1 PICTURESQUE[ PORT ORANGE PI'Ml II Ml,III: I'l .l\- I'till. ll I \1" -..' .ttipi of : Autos the biggest; the tasi1t and guarded by lofty pine trees is Counsellorsat
see the lovely holly with its Xlui.s !i M, Jt'"I1''h.: ortl. I IH-II-.... '' :: !p. t: e.isoti.! I Xxt to Po-toCiC"-
?tt) IA 5'-)'; see the climbing viriiuu ',.; !!) UK III.t.:.\''ll>!;.!ti.in. "Pii!a"11" .1'\1'-0\I :; . t.- and the finest are on d-iily p -' Lake Helen a winter resort of no LawI'FLANI I

l-ORT OKANOK 1'1 !'i.t in the trees; see the cr'p !;.... ,! !,. .........*. .... ...s.. S ....!.! '. ::1 : ride and the big shtM i is a > I tree a- i DRUGGISTSJEVELERS little importance. Camp Cassadaga

ttyHU"\"lIln t' I PORT ORANGiHOUSE[ I .ov..mois: forms wuieh gain a foothold I the pure artesian water I'OM; ti! >-; a spiritualistic camp-ground is situated ), FLA."FOUNTAIN'S".

I itaated fiv.uthot inUis.M i>u the great oaks and s 2attpai .I;. \
> aytoni on :ms. and surely you will join il ; i continuous: show with u constantl! }) |I. place several hundred people make
I Hniyrn the laytonN.wJ hard Mirt ,the!' ch.)nn and say that this is .:: LADAS' POOL PARLORNOW R .e. I -: '1lit-ll;;; scene.Everything | v inter headquarters. A laige lumber

I; J ce road th.- "...nlc world wonder for beaut}.. e OPEN. : goes from ahCtfS: \.' G. W. Fisher mill and the largest brick plant in
s Fred Cummings .' DsLAXD. FLA.
I iilghwayortheKastIVnst.: : I ; power up ta :!2yO-b.ur. i ower. and ]I Drug Co. I the South are located at Lake Helen.
4 The town ts Owaer and Maaater Surpas-'ing Beauty of Our Cotta e Clean and Warm and I
: : t-Jl degrees of ptl from a canter Drugs, Stationery ORANGE CITY
d..a.aite4ontht Hall- I Homes. ;; A Good Place to Rest I ClothingFurnishings
J tvsomileamziuteclip.. You will
nnd t. ; to a Huyler's Candies, I
fax Klver with th.. attraction : Play Pool Now '! I piobably catch the prit. when ;'OL.Iuo ; : The principal attraction around
roanrcted Xo one of Daytona's ; Kodaks CigarsittLANIt.
.. PORT ORANGE I Checks Given I I Orange City is the many handsome Shoes
oppwtt.tv the roads and the beach are yours ,:
1"-.tlnsola per hap?. commands more nearly uersal i" : FI.\1.H. I
is br1dg... 'BEACHLots > attention and praise than d Ol'S !i;' Myrtle Ave. and Beach St. I;> I i The Florida sunshine i U frethe j golden orange groves. The town is
The town 1' well supplied with water said to be the
the Ids I I
and has I the arnstic cottages. The owners ()f ,! \! t!,!\! \! \! \!\!\! balmy ocean breezes are free

I Miany hid out pretty bonier.A for Sale. these charmingillas hail from. eH rI .Y D aid. squirrels] and flowers are I A. 'OODAlLThe purest in the world, another attraction I

lrn numln-r of Liberal Terms corner of the country and they brin: .........................'> frtf. tae sparkling fountain water :*, I to visitors. It is at Orange City
tourist and winter Allowed for I will have down that passengers over the Florida East I
their own architectural plans all When You Are Looking for "r-e and you to go 1
residents make I'ortUraogt"wlnt..r IMPROVEMENTSOcean : Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and
wallet only for <
build upon them and. as the 3.fIh l- : 'i.i.to your Leading I
head.q.mrtrs. River : Some One to DoI drive to Deland. Thc town is surrounded -
obd bed and board. GROCER
en. of thefeTnhI I I '....cturs of one section of the l'OUlltl : uto.
attraotl" ; to Automobile d.ffers from the architecture of ;alI : This: is i-o fanciful picture; s' all by land peculiarly adapted
.., Kao 1'ouTki' i DELAXI: F.t. to the cultivation of citrus$ fruits. p l.AW. Fwitt PA
-tng theA c.dlt'ntn..l1l differ I Electrical Work% thousands
and Kridge. other :so do our homes | bel'1 1 k LB drawing other ; ___u________ .. ----
nit. AI-I.II' to I outward appearance and itnutubeadty l : arid l l'<"'d'njr them enthralled. t w.U: -
g short WM. C. HOWES I ,, ................................... ............................ ....................................... ....... .. ... ..........
There and - - - -
-.-it if: Port dbt"n.\\ Am-nt, from one another. al rt' : iMi'iii! ;L'J hold >o'i. CAne : e . T YYTYYTTTTT.i .
er the rt> Port Oi.'iige. Kla.! I no monotonous rows of strikini ly : .
-- -
- -
'!i.. old similar b\Jild\ 'ng but the eye as It i
mill a plaoeI : Grove the Table" THE DAILY NEWS
: 1"kucar-- lsvl ..ltedr;\ Port Orange I sweuMby.. i is treated to a kale< : FOR LA w "From the to .
I I the nw: : .
which keeps
j(.IT l)y bundr.dofS scopic change INDIAN RIVER GRAPE .
.--jrUt*. One tun-' OYSTER co. wtndfiugVhtt next" *. THE ELECTRICIAN. : FRUIT AND ORANGES ..
5lihecoufltrYW.tct: ; is *, only the exterior of wal 1 .
1>. MTONTt no : Gro"on the Halifax. whose
rrt Oritnpur- ;row.T arid Ivul'T I which rivets atti toVsome three rcrsons :
of Ch3 homes : Gives
The firteat. quality of fruit for salem Away
th- old I 11n
founding Best Work
: Best Prices
ton; w .b.n they are models of oenivnce 0I mentioned inLthe
.u:11. was a 'u..t In- I I ; : single hexes or car lots. Special : names were :
and the finishing
(!UAciatui; MKar ianej Pt. OrHni't-IhtvtnnaIH. I \ : atteruioi paid to filling orders. Eve .
lautation. .Miitll I I1VUS : 'I iShing i jive evidence of the elt.ga.n'and \'t:' .......s ................ 't. STEVENS : r y Day previous day's paper __'__. :
(..perat.dveIy ,tt'n. cultivation of those who worl J .

** ntho'e.url&t.va \ C. HOWES i it all out. Indeed. it U the inter IJr ISISISUSISUSUSISUSUIISISJIHN ..IS GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. .
lout Iii I..n latfisiiv U Four Tickets to the Crystal :
for forty t>rft Real Estate arrangement and artistic turtxsh:u 0 P POLL1TZ : Office; Next to the Ridge-wood Hotel. :

andsnHduig. more than the exteri .lr : :
S a'Merchandise
ty y"arery !'- Insurance : Theatre and

\ \ interetlnclrtv i .i'ppear flee that sives a surpass.[,''" E Suchard Chocolate U S -.. ........ .. . ,.. ...... .... .. ... .!..
< from I lM>ton: !JSOTAKY PLBLIC j I diana to Daytona homes. Th.t' : Order for 25 cents'onYsomelocal : :

IK ttl., h th y Port'hwaii upprtutfh Pralt 1..ld'_oi!.i ito Port Orange ha.S. Sure ttl1er justly merits. proniineuce awont'er. .; .ll! :S 5 and IOc Cakes .!: GITTENS'n. & MESSING I IIS : store. : : : : : : :.

irivl ..., aoroTh. .UIISISIISSIS3OISISISISIUOISUOU.UUOe1ISSISl. ....... Fresh Fish .. C
Streets arid Pavements the Mi 1St .1. )
t.--.a: a ltd tit.! :iI P JUKI l 'N1 -. --- -- _ _. -= :
1:1 :
,.*.sa4 tliroii-:.! t 'i". U. : and Best. : McDonald's Boat Yard : -t Clams : ... ... .

I Irl t'no'i.l: ,*rani.t r..'t t ,.'' {(ieneralMerchandise Why thArchitect of th-j L'.v: ..: U Lstabhshed! 1903 : : and Rose Bay Oysters : : Watch for them ycur name maybe ) :

of th-- '. ;, chose to g'.ve: Daytona the uu.-.t .:<1 : CHAS M MCDONALD, Propnfto
rulus : ; Market oa South Beach Street : C
.rut'l old 1 i.-': m'.rabl the most picturesque ua' ''li i :'.' ; : Railways Boats Buil:, Repaired C. next. : -

r.sUl wtuiniu-: t.t .- I i( setting o'I:l tl. t-.t.: s of the Sloe,I:.: S and Housed.SISIII.ISI.III.ZSI.I.'S'. : Phone 5 Prompt Delivery C C

InytonS. h!>'th.' ru'!. :.! Ilart Orange HJ. I i'is orivi...!>.t.'( I "r t1.such I ja U ..a .'!'!,.!,!.. ..!...!.!.! !. .!' ).. ..!.! C........ ... ... ... ............ .... ............. ...
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,1\ f ft .' J COLOR BLINDNESS. ""
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UNIVERSITY j Our System of Han- The Incident That Opened John C.II -
I I ton's Eyes to His Affliction. fif-
DKLAND, FLA. 1 ". ; John Dalton the famous English I NEW SMYRNA is ORANGES
our Colleges and 6 HOWEAND miles south of Daytona
finical f+chools. j jI dling Immigrants chemist and natural philosopher with and is an ideal spot reached If you want the
Equipment co.t- out V\LON dlsc'unnof the law of I from Daytona by a hard surface road \,'r\ l -st Orange ?
ng nearly '.fOOIQ) dr i JT
ndowment j9D') 1 1F. chemical l'omLinltlo-n chemistry as an CURRIERFLORIDA i winding through one of the most picturesque apply lit
faculty of 49 Pro' I of Florida. Point Grove II U
Ifeesors and Poorly Managed. exact !ccien P could hardly exist was parts
Inroetors. wholly color blind. With its ancient rums dating backto
Christian Ills knowledge of for the Redland Indian
but I IWECO a time when the of man
non-Sectarian' Ki\t> ) .
the range
fact came about of
by a happening
Tt" cbtng. A. Root has: his boat the Badger JACOB A. RI1S. Author LANDS runneth not, interlaced with wiresof the best In the
for information the ort whkh we call chance On his stat..
I It !!
J address: on the ways giving her a coat, mother's tw: t 1'4)1 YR.\\. the modern telegraph and telephone -
when he
I Lincoln birthday was a man F'LURII.AM. its miles of shell streets as Grove situated 11. .
Halley of paint
I i : of twenty lx. he took her of 'from Daytona ao
Ph.1) Lltt.D > a pair hard and smooth as a floor and over-
LLD.: NOT WANT IMMIGRATION THAT stockings which he had seen in a shop LEIDERSDORF arched by hoary forest giants that Smyrna the Day Road.tona-N.w ItIt It-
PresidentrfTPERKINS! Phoiie W will call for your clean TO TIES. I WOULD LIKE TO I I window. labeled "bilk, the newest Resident Agent grew in stately grandeur during the Prices Moderate

ing and pressing. tf BURNETT. A LABOR BUREAU ESTABLISHEDTHAT [ fashion." Town and lapse of bygone centuries New .FERD

"Thee has bought me a pair of grand Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance ;
Lapp were "
hose John said the mother, "but Property and rest.
the city from their: home north of IN HANDLING THE LABOR PROBLEM AS THE what made thee fancy such a bright
All nature here is to
r very inviting
Ormond Monday.Dr. WEATHER BUREAU IS IN HANDLING ITS DEPART color? Why I can never show myself
o4 the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
Attorney andCounsellor "
S at
--- MENT. meeting them.
J. C Herman. Osteopath. 20 x John was much disconcerted but he U.5 HALEY I Y YGeneral too is to be found the best fishing and
at Law VohisU Axe., Daytona Phone 40. tf P Let the gate be on the other side and let them I told her that he considered the stockIngs hunting in the state of Florida.

knock, and if they say that they want to come in to i to be of a very proper go to The people are thrifty the business -J Jii
Capt. L. E. Ellenwood ig adding to I meeting color as they were a dark and all unite
the men enterprising
this country to d o a certain \\ork let us look at bluish drab Hardwareand
the comfort of the passengers of the
I Will Practice InState in extending the welcome hand of
and steamer Uncle Sam by hating an I map and see WHERE THAT PARTICULAR: KIXD OF WORKIS I "Why." they're as rod as a cherry hospitality to strangers. There are

FederalCourts awning constructed over her forward DEEDED.: John was her astonished reply Builder's
five church edifices for white peopleand
Neither he nor his brother Jonathan
deck. If the ]knocker says he can dig, all well and good; let us send him I could see anything but drab In the Supplies, an equal number for the colored I '

I stockings and they rested In the belief Furnitureand population; the town has an excel-
Dry liveoak state wood for sale. somewhere that a DIGGER is needed. Eut, on the other hand, if he
DrLAND, FLA. i that the good wife's eyes were out of lent high school. a splendid public Ti
Jaoob Sspedahl, So Ridgewood AVe. gays he can write in a ledger, let us say; to him noYE, HAVE : order until she baring consulted various library aad up-to-date business

50-6t ENOUGH HERE ALREADY WHO CAN WRITE IX LEDGERS. neighbors returned with the verdict UndertakingNew houses
"Varra fine stuff but uncommon
WRIGHTINSURANCE i Mr. and Mrs F. W. Grending who >* *> I scarlety." SmyrnaTHE There are any number of pretty

| r. ''have ;been visiting for a week or I The consequence) was that John Dalton homes for the permanent population,
more with Mr and Mrs J. G. Brown When I was abroad: ] and witnessed as in one particular case the i became the first to direct the attention which numbers close to 2,000. and ,

AGENCY f 4 at their winter home on South Ridge fruits of one tenant farmer's toil-namely, a bag of wheat, which was i of the scientific world to the some very fine winter residences. STATE T BANK
wood avenue departed Monday afternoon subject of color blindness. There are good hotels and boarding
-- YEAR'SYORKmy heart cried out: I I
F oa their return to their houses where you can find accommo-
The Poor Man. NEW N 5 SMYRNA 1 f
a )eLand, Florida home at Gaza Iowa. Mrs. Grending "Open the gates and let them in. F. W. SAMS dations to meet your requirements. I 1
A man sent to an insane asylum witha I
"r is a niece of Mr Brown. But when I was on this side of the water and considered the case II l load of coal found on his arrival the Pitt PItlETi1R Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a I JOHN.. HAMMOND1'r. : i

ILDESTLARGEST .Automobiles stored reasonab'emte6. of the murder of Petrosini and thought of the supineness of the Sicil- gates were open but not knowing Rates: section of vegetable land as can be j L. 'I3RANNI.NG sklentdLO : 1, $
at where to dejioMt the fuel he left his found anywhere. This land has been : (' ..hierTransacts
ians the connivance and weakness behind the which baffled 53.00 Day a
GARVGE act, an act horse and cart outride while he wentto per divided into small farms which can

Rhone 112. tf the police of tw j continents to discover the perpetrators, then mv Inquire He walked l about the Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Someof I a t E

and BESTor heart cried out to CLOSE THE GATES. grounds; but failed to see any one Week the finest celery grown in the stateis I General
J. G. Patterson armed Saturday e
*o made his wab:1'k to the gates.but : Banking
I I I t:x..IIo.ut 1 Huntingand raised on thisiand. All other vege-
from Joliet, 111, for a visit with __ to his horror found they were dos, Ushln: / Business I
( tables grow in abundance, and here .I
relatives in this city. Mr. Patter A French Fiasco. ('(1. He tried in rain to open them
Florida I i NFw:: t:>MMN too is the home of the famous Indian Per Cent.Interest tl ii5I
son Is the father or Irs. II. \\". \\'U l- He read a thousand>o m3 or 1'0 and appealed/ to passersby to !help him. HOHII'V 4 on Time Ifepostts > [
FARMS hams of Myrtle avenue, and Mrs I Fifty Years Ago Today. I And rt'jt"ctPd the blessed! lot. a> the horse and cart belonged: to him River oranges.
Including! one where tllA i hra e "bon mot"Was "
to another.
GROVES Wm Ross, of Famiew avenue, and I, Jan. 31. rhymed: with the words ha\e g.t"Lippincott's. "Fane). said one passerby
"that i pour tiiin thinks: he is a carter
is stopping with the latter afi her -
TIMBER r Senator W. II. seward in the

TRUCK home on that street !I' course of a senate debate on And many a poem gave him n jar +....+.+++.++...+......*.....+...... ...+......... 4
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I j measures: of peace declared it Or hammered him to the mat- ...........:
LAND **Xole' the time for planting to be the policy of the Ilopub For Instance. on' where the word. "eclat"
I Was rh'mPdIth the phru.at:: bat": : R. H. MCDONALD ;
Send Hhiet for Bnrgaln to. Cherry Laurel lire fence. Box 89.46.12t. htaii part to use force for thepreservation -Xa!>h\nie Tenneseean I The Joseph Zap! Co. k
of the Union I 4 :r
(Seward had accepted the once If"Jar" will rhjmewlth the word "eclat.
THE GOULD.WOOTTEN I Then "eclat' may rhyme with "bat"O *
C. A. Ballough hat purchased of of secretary of state of the incoming southern accent: th: Oh! Ah'There's I. : : JACKSONVILLE. FLA. : '
Florida and Western
Republican: : administration no "eclat" to that .
\ CO Mrs E. L. Carswell her cottage : *
-Cl eland: leader Is the and most reliable :
and 125 feet frontage on Xorth I ) i. *. The Choicest Steaks and .* t justly called largest liquor : .

l' :LAVn, FLA. Beach street. The cottage io now A Few Badges Shy. The Primest Roasts + house in Florida. Sole distributors for :.
rented and :Mr. Ballough will continue -I Pt torsburg:; I'hlltnj.-rlplt..r-I consider : :
for the present to occupy his A Strike. this n tint rate likt'Ut'ss of your I. 1'<'l b |phone, U"I" whit.you want unit v ** : Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer i
THE V don't to the dance tonight J will 'iulfu\or to that you i -t it.
residence on the river front at Holly "Why you po excellency Still. I fear It doei n't quitedo *
GORDONGARAGE Hill. Harold? Haven't you any you ju"t"'t 1 >, I ** Phon.i itt: .. Special attention is called to the i

flame?" Cirarnl; I>ukt' KnoutmMi' (in u rage) t MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. : 1
"Ye dad. said the Harvard student -You bet jour whiskers it doeint.Sou i I. POULTRY .
FOR P.E= Furnished residence "a Same, but no fuel."-Life. .
I. .
: nlhiltaVliy.: I can count only Th"u rlt'r'OU. l 'nourorU. r tit, *
corner llidpewood and Volusla avenues | ,. : Price lists will be furnished. :
The thirty t"'u orations la the i'hotogruph I. th tt I\11:11": \IIti l\ it. of ttill J
; i5ht rooms and bath. Apply -: A grateful dIs better than an ungrateful and I I'm rtaln I forty I. th- obey! -to . .
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NEWS N000NN0..0N...................................... \ "
:r THE DAYTONA Peninsula 1 Variety : .

ffRAWHATSISTYLES.? day Published, from December every evening 1 to except April 1.?by an- StoreDATTONA 2 WE SELL | H

THE GAZETTE-NEWS CO. BEACHFLA. Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of J ..

Editor.C. .
T. E. FITZGERALD, Exceptional Mon I -y-: "'.avlngValues
: lubricating oils on the market. .
S. HARRIS, City Editor. .
I ADVANCED I II Enamel Ware : .
HARRY L. ROOD, Adv. :Manager: 0

I I II GEO. F CROUCH, Superintendent.Entered Japanese China WE REPAIR | ...

as second class matter Laces 0
A Full Line ATof Panamas December 1, 1910, at the postofficeat Ribbons .: Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. 9 .T Greatly

I I IIA.NTHONY'SI Daytona Florida, under Act of Opposite Webster's Grocery Store It :. v

March 3, 1"79.gib'urrrrnrnura.rrrh'rrunrrwrnrr. Seabreeze Ave. .4 r !. T1

.11.1N1.1111"..........;; ....-..-...-....-N -;;......;.I T; Central Auto Garage. t j.

: Complete Machine Shop 0s.:...................................................5 :0...
-.a.e.oooee.oee.e..so 99999999999999999999999999999By Clarendon d 6 to C .
NNN11NN1.1111..11N1...111.N111.1......66...... I A COMPETENT MACHINIST. +. '... -- .1e N o
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Rail and River i t. OPPOSITE HOTEL CLARENDON, SEABREEZE, FLA. .: It I! Toast Your Bread in 2 Minutes : -

AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT.. T(lIr.' tlonikxchi'uge. .. )II .
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: ............. .. . ........... ....... $' 1 I
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i ATLANTIC COAST LINE.BestService I. ,- I Da.tona.'hose business is it ELECTRIC TOASTERS :
to investigate these cases and de 0
termine who are worthy and who are I All
to:the East S BY THE GOSSIPER. 5 unworthy? Marshal Gore says he j i AND IRONS

/ Leave Jacksonville ....... .. ... 7-iOa.m.: "I1".Y.y.W, !..!!..!!!.W.W !.I.lmm.wm! has had no instructions along this I \\ selectedhelp ]
.......... .. ..1155u.ui. Jrte
Palmetto Limited. / line and has no real authority ito
.. Augusta............... .... tU 50 p.m. President P. *M. Rowe has issued I o use
DAILY. Carrying through; Coaches rnari.-i.ton ... ............ 4.17 p.m. act on his own initiative. Some of i "
.. Richmond....... .. .. .:- ict.m. the call: for the first meeting of the I with all I Ij
Pullman Room .. .... iCwaimBeepers these fakirs should be cleaned out The Electrician. a
Eectric-Ltehtd Drawing wn&hinKton." ; ........ ) Daytona board of trade, which will o J. B. GARRISON Phone 71
Cars. Jacksonville to :;: Balttttiorr .. ..'.... \I. I\.m. and there should be some kind of an : : j; finest Cl
W. .Pbllltdt'lphllt..11..11t.1I1.New \ be held at the city hall next Friday .
.. .. 1M *e .
York. :New York.... ...... 1 50p.m. executive head to the city ,to have +o SumNO
evening. It Is highly Importantthat .
charge of these things - -- -- -
Hew York and Florida Special. Daily! Except Mundltr.; No."hKL' every business man and citizenof
/ >...................... l p.m. I 10101 10 1010/0 ON1 .e/e e/01 1 1 10/0111 1 101 e 1 4
Description of this popular train de Luxe. :Ave J.aebon'IIt Snvannxh ............. ....... 'l : : Daytona should attend this first ;
This train consists of Pullman Lrawlng and LI- .. ('h"rleston......... .............. "" 5p.m.. session of the new civic body to TOTAL OF 365 QUALIFIED E BOND LUMBER COMPANY l.
Boom State Room.Hieeplnp. Dining ...................... 7.u5:l .m.Obeervation .
cars heated by bteam. A"lvewHshinctoh.....................liramauljped lend a voice in the formation of the, ...Oi..I
;,.: withthenewhighspeedhrakesand .. RIIIUmort'............... ..........11.W sllI' the Manufacturers of! .
electric- which shall
brilliantly lighted throughout .. ..... IWo'in' bylaws govern organ i
pro.ldfOd'for 4ltch'p I .. |
i I. .1, !tty berth.peclal affording lights perfect Being comfort In writing I \ New York. Iphix..R., & RtK.actor ... SAioni. ization in future, and make ,sugges- I ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER
v Kta.tn Ate. !
reading at night. tions as to things that may be accomplished t Laths Shingles Flooring, Ceiling, Brick Lime and Cement in Stock +
I / Leave Jacksonville............ 0.15a.m. 9 Oflict' and Yard--! : Ear Coui Kailwa.x end l OrnnjM A'.... I
I of the
for the city ,
Honda and West Indian Limited. / rrl\"t'Ma\8nnah.. ................ 1.:()p.m good CLERK PORTER RECEIVES {
I Augusta ........ I\'J() p.m' and community. The Daytona boardof E 'Phone 83. R. MALBY, Manager.
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r t DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches Charleston'chmon(1. .. b.loa.ni"MOpirn- trade has been given a good start NAMES OF ELECTORS FROM ......s..10/e1. .
1 Elettric-Lighted; Pullman Drawing Room :.:. t! ; ,:::::: :::::: ll:+un.nt.: : : i and, in spite of grumblings from 'I .. ConS

Steeping Cars Dining Cars. Jacksonville!\ .. \Rltltlmor..10.t'2u.m.I \". ........It.2i': .. directions that it, will never amount COUNTY SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION -- --- .

I \ New Phllltd..lpbla.York.. ............. 1.50 I p.m.'t.oNewYork. p.m. to anything and that the interest will I j I.1, e e..0 oeMN 0000 lOe eee0e ...e000.... ..

I g Coast Line Florida Mail. I. ave Jacksonville ............. 7-V>p.m.I soon die out, bids fair to become a I .

: +1 I DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches [ Arrive" fhari.-s.ton UTllnnlth..J..... ...........AjAn.m..J'ia.lII.' good, healthy organization that can I The the poll list, showing the namesof : :I. .l White
in who havepaid :
aDd Electric-Lighted Drawing Room I .". 11'ti4Lmond! ? : n. :::"..:"I.:::: ..llSM::i:::: i 1 and will. put Dajtona on the map: as their voters poll taxes Daytona and are quali-i i :I I| If That Sewing .
Sleeping Cars. Jacksonville to New lork. 11Ittmore. ............ I..MU.IU.: oe c : the live st and best cities in Thf 1'rlPa
1 hiladel .... .f'> !' tied l to vote in the city eec tion Feb- :
at Meal Station,1.: pIda : a.m. the i-outh. If the board of trade
Stops : I in
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Local Sleeper Jacksonville to Sav.nnah. fails* to be a success it will: be because ruary S, has been received by City: :I I II .

Best Trains to the West. you fail to attend the meetingsand Clerk A. ilcF. Porter from the supervisor I Machine ..

give the organization the benefit I of registration and! the lust : .
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I O'" I CI". of suggestions and shown a total of :'M'o'ei; > qualm,'u :
No. 33. South Atlantic Limited O. :t. :t!111111 5,1, Montgomery! Route :'oulIII{I;) your help i
I The body needs the earnest: ilep: of to cast their ballots in th- coinn.imunicipal ( : I

8.15'pm Lv... Jnckutnvtlte.:1r' S.11 pat loll 13 pm I Lvsj'iiiain .. .Ju.k..oll'.IlI.\r ..aunt I I every citizen ot the city and th- election. The miiui: .': .- :I of yours were in your husband's fac-I .wt.ISI..
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eJIHanlr. Atlanta Lv1I.2!' pin Ar Moiituiiin.-ry .1., Rtpm "knocks" coming from certain i larger than usual in the city; o:: lay' I .
J 8.40pm ''fAr ....Lnut-vllle..Lv! ! titlanr' l.Mpiu. Ar L'Inuinghiun..Lv.. .. ... :, 'aaut quarttisj I tona Showing that nun h in .-r.--t! ... he'd Electric .
1.05am 'Ac..lndbuutwll.ln| +.IIIIIIII I .Iii pm Ar. :Nn-.In ill.Kvanovlllt- i.' '(.::! should! have the same e..I'l't a.s ; I tory use a Westinghouse 0 T
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8.45pm IAr. A'Iucintiati..LV ninunr' I l.lo mn ,Ar : ...by :t.UIIIIII I
...... ... water duck ba--k. being taken in the camps ;mi .i.d!: .
I 7.10 am Ar (.bl.ago. .11.1111I : 7..llIltllll.\r.-t. I.uul. ......Lv j !l.nl,1III'I on a .
j; f .1.1 \ IIIU .1r..t hfeugu..l.v rMltnu:!' that many are anxious to lie 11I1a:1':: .. d Sewing Machine Motor to run it.Why .
1 I.
I Talking;!; about popularity; and in- to cast their bai.ots: for fa\',,!" ?..- ::i.. i

No. W. Dixie Flyer Route I =No, SC>. No, Uu, I Seminole Limited =,"0. \41.8.25pm i t flueiut? there i it'' nothing in .th s neckof the election : don't you?

t the. woods which quite compare: : I
l.v ....JII.k'OI1'.III... Ar ...."" MARY H II OF SAVANNAH I II 0F41h
ion MIopntLv: .JIlt'k..lln'.III.r X
7.ICant with the i
.. Daily \\s as being something
It doesn't take
10.26pm Ar.\li.ern.s.....Lv :.11I1t1ll 11l.1'-'lIIj.\r'' \ >fro-.......x. ;,."'um 'I a man to operate
7IOaur..411itnta.. ...Lv 101.-11'11111' 2':!alII i> iii'Ar..116an' ) ... ...1., 1.1'!.".inn with which everybody: i is acquainted TOUCHES AT DAYTONA.The .
$.46 pm .\r..... Kvanslllel.48 : .. In'. ti.ti: 1111I 11.:"'am\, r Itlrmliigliaiii I IA", .....u' I II
am Ar.... .(Jbkll lI. ....1v \\1.:11'11111' 7.1.)Hill j.y ..... 1'htago ......IA-I; H.KI" 'pin 11111 : and appreciates. The Daily cabin cruiser, Mary II Xo. :', I the motor; it is made for woman. r y v"'.'
7 JO am Ar..Mt.Louts! v ".;.') IJln ".:' ''lIm i.W......Ht. Louis......LvilJitpmVit ': : News subscription list has expandedthis .
I of Savannah, Ga., bound on a cruisedown .
winter! until there is scarcely Expensive to operate? Well, hardly; I o
the coast anchored oft the
For Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or WriteA. .
a state or country in Uncle! Sam'sdomain :
W. FRITOT Division Pass. AH.! W. D. STARK. Traveling Pass Agl. I which is not reached by Halifax River Yacht Club house' Iunla I the current costs only a half cent an ..
I for a day or two here. Aboard .
138 WEST BAY STREET - - - JACKSONVILLE, FLA. this indispensible family journal and
I the Mary IIw' her owner and captain hour.iThe
the remark' "We couldn't keep I rs
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.Julius Hush and (crew including -
house without it;' has become so' I .
Seminole Steamers U.S.A. ; J. II. Crooks, all-round man. The I I ........
Limited common a*> to be almost a stert'O'typed
I Mary II U :3- feet long and 7'a! feet
expression!, in this print shop. '
SOLID TRAIN: I Learn and Ls fitted \\1;:h a ]12 horsepower -
AND Schantz Electric Ice ..... .
But the limas of the territoryreached I tS j
Constitutionare Twentieth Century engine ,
Electric Lighted Throughout. =--= .: l by the Daily News 'is not I .
confined to the United: State: and

as s now running betweenDAYTONA I possessions several copies gong: to WHEAT MARKET STEADY i I I i and Water Co. 0..

foreign countries to be read interested I WITH SLIGHT INCREASE.
by 1 .
I and 1I I l If Miss M.ii.iiin ./I.irK-oii' will. cell .it, Hi' lMINwsotlir) :' l before tomorrow! r
The latest subscription I
persons. CHICAGO, Jan ::i 1.-Thehe:!t I I lllntit \\- will I I I :LlM In i I' I two tl\"l.-t. to) tiledstal i: Tll I itt r' s

!I PALM BEACH received L.he Daily News I market opened ttady al.d aboua :.I 0...0..0000 0000 00.ON.0000 0 _N0.0.00MN0.00NNE .r -H
4flROPO II ;is> from Mrs. Afmina I). herwood, ,
I! half cent higher, -May b"':ins; quu| i:'"i i i r

l'lort"nItal '. .. 1 I at $ .!'Ij. Pro' ison: .-:' tt' i I'. ,-a>:er tt .. i : SteamPal
Leaving Daytona Saturdays and -: : : .
LOUIS I hogs flow and a shad- l II>v\"-!". Car ..0.M- .
I Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. The city of Daytona seems to be : r--.a..e..ee..a.e..a..c.r :! r
*teuiy: ; and inactvt.Jan. -
AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. I bound South. untiMially well filled at thi time I .

In Oltserxatlon) ('lIr,.. Indix Compartm.idu.tl I. i rtll'nt lights.and Ml Free>f|p-: : Leaving Palm Beach Saturdaysand ; \\ithCertain_ kinGs of fakirs ,various I, 31 In American Hi ,:rv.17wCouvernenr'.1.rt Southern Railway I Ii ..e

ltecllnlrigl'hi'trl'ii I '. liiusuI'n.; Tuesdays at 9:00 a. m. brand of beggars and live easy aspirauti ;- :, [ ..
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i LV. JiH'ksOlH S-4II: |I' III. ;:aT< >mint:: .
Ar. bound North. for abundance in this: world'sg(14)d5
CliU-niM. 7l.iii.iAr. :I: .Ii.1 \1'1'<\ .
the l Involution. l L->tu.: : !
"Ht. Louis . 7 $1 I a. III. I 1'1'111" . and they become so numer- i NORTH)I EAST A \VEST I
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Yur".IIIc: .'..r.i. -. i\.iiuus ami rail 011:1 lank| 1stJ-nun.: .Ja"lt 4;;::. rout! tlk<'ts add r- -- nUt at certain tints in the day a"i, state'suuin; MIMI presidential ca midi .
Florida II. t \NT\VKLL.. '; : i to be a nuisance on the busy street.1! born died. 1 iyc: : 41 .
Pass. \L.i. date.
lai-kMHulllf. Fla REPUBLIC : : .......
I Some of them are doing a straight' ISi; Judge IlU'iie/er Rn'-kiv'tiai Hoar. 4 == Fast Vestibule Trains Daily == -j
. I peddling business: and should be compelled noted Jurist died; born 1M;.
will i rim t.) I\\ aDAYTONA I II
301 30I= I to operate under the a.uthorI I FKOM .......I
roc i ig :I ANDo I .
i ity granted by a peddler's license. : ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. I .
I ST. AUGUSTINEEarly Some others have no business: to be (From noon today to noon tomorrow.) I JACKSONVILL"The I II .

The Attractive Way in F" iiruary I begging; on the streets while: sill !I Sun sets 5:12. rises 7KJO: : moon sets !I S.

I others may be worthy of the ad: M>- 6:41: p. m.; moon at greatest: libration .
I east planet Mercury \-ibie.i I Florida Special" 7:40: a. m. I.I I. .
North and West [ II I McCOY BROTHERS i I.cited l from; tlie citns: and! v.;..,jtorI -. ; I .. SituJOcean

I "The Sout.hern' Southeastern Limited" 9:00: a. .
:: are (argil

i l..........................: I....eo ..............oeeeeo........vee..eee e0ae. I "The Florida Limited" g'-05: p. r. vice is a|
South Atlantic Limited 4 m'l on appleaeott
0 _? I STEAMERS :: "The Atlanta-Jacksonville Special" - 8:50: p.
Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. 4 'I i I II ___

A solid through train daily i: Uncle Sam and : STEAMER SWAN I i iI

For Cincinnati & Louisville cI i t Cherokee : Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars to Atlanta Ashvillc, Cincinnati :......I

O Through electric lighted sleepers I i:! 4 I LENGTH 150 FEET-281 TONS. I I Chicago Cleveland. Colorado Springs, Detroit Louisville and New York. i iI .. THl
To Indianapolis & Grand Rapids i. F iU TilE: FAMnfH 4 .

I : i : :' I With excellent accommodations and service, lighted by I I SOUTHERN RAILWAY DINING CARS I III :. Fresh mi
''t Dixie Flyer I 1 Tomoka : electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passengers .
- c, :' is now being operated betweenDAYTONA .
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O Leaves Jacksonville 8:25 pm. i

( A solid For through Chicago train daily II II 11: River i ''i I and I II City Ticket 0.108 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Florida i.tet.I

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Route c : :Every Tuesday and Sat- :i:1:' PALM BEACH I ; 00.0 oo..eooeoeoeea0.eoo0.oe0 s 0. o..e ..

r Montgomery 'I. .,
: 1 I. urday..in January. ---- --- -- -- -- --- -- -- -- -
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Ii I Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. : .. 0e
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sleeper daily
Drawing room .
i 4 F. E. C. TIME I TABLEIN America;
For Evansville & St. Louis I .
co .'
Ji and Intermediate Points, through the Picturesque Halifax" ER EL r JAM AUV '>. lull .

Dining Cars on all trains ['J INLET AND : I: and Indian River Route. ....I, 'I t:...." !lt, \ ". I 1.\\ \; G."."y.' u,,.. .r. ,!. \I, 1' .........

I For full particulars address ; 4: Leave Daytona Thursdays.. 8:00 a. m. i a. '"; Hit e:1: a" ;eu :t1 ".. ..... :J4I. :,

WALKER, Fla. Pass. Agent : i Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8:003. m.
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V cO : NEW SMYRNA j I I.. Ja.ks.nunr .: ; : I : .. .. .. +...*..( }
: . I St. \ulu..nC' . ; I .
TlLKhlS!: AM STATEROOMSASK I i I' : 'J fk"m'IO,1 j I'i I
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Louisville&NashvilleRailroad :. I
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[ Every Monday and Friday MR.- FOSTER" :if I :; tt .t atm Ika..n I Ii
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.. in January ..: : AGE T. 102 bEACH ST DA'i 1 FONA: 1_ __ __ ___ ___ __________
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118 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE [q[j + Leaves Ferry Dock at 9 a. in. : 0 OPERATED BY THE GULF: COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANYbOR t i 1 c.: i I :.. ., . I < ."

o : L. E. ELLEN WOOD. .!\1-r. .cd I I. Ie II -" I .
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T ltJ Recent arrivals at the Bennett Include -


f.t. NEWS OF THE HOTELS city; D.1.. Deen of BunneU, Mist.
st kinds of : f' P M 1. Frick, J., of Boston. "I' : i;tt ... r- '' a ;%'r : ;;n: z SEABREEZE :

Daytona, Florida !i Alfred Quimby. accompanied by : + : ' FLORIDA $ t
': '; .. i -4 } s.N } ;
t Jirn [g 'I ., ''
i niece, Miss Edith Quimby, joio]? y .

f .j NOW OPEN : Mrs. H1.. Thayer, a'so! cf :Manchester \ 1 : Absolutely e I
i A. H. Bowker, representing the J. N. H., for a long visit at I r

: L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. I G. Lipman company of Philadelphia, The Bennett : Fireproof *

f ..l.ldltion. i is in the city for a few days, stop- On the tennis courts Miss\ : AIie:: .

i Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all : ping at the Ridgewood. Corning and :Miss :\Margaret: Simp a I
: Now Open
Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern 0 sonIiss: Aclser and Miss Ed -hi :
i Recent arrivals at the Despland .Quimby. familiar while .
i Convenience. Send for Booklet. : i are
4 include Mr and Mrs J A Linmaeh' Messrs. Lane, Hall, Cornwall aud( : Booking Offices :

i i : CONCERTS DAILY. : Chicago, J M Carson, Jacksonville' I' Young are much in evidence. Seabreeze, Florida E. L. POTTER, President .
S A Mitchell, Pittsfield Mass.: : Hotel Blackstone Chicago :
: Bummer Address: ATLANTIC HOUSE. Narragiinsett; Pier. Rhode Island. sON0 I The new lanterns which nightly 1180 Broadway. New York W. S. KENNEY Manager .
.i shed forth crimson radiance on tie .
"...... .0.0. . : Recent arrivals at the Hamilton I ranch ..............11..1......1.1..1...1..................
of the Bennett are only one
the \V F Temple wife and son :Mrs

.. .0.010/0/ 01010 N1 Raitbel and daughter, :Mrs Speilman, of which the Messrs.\numerous A. !H.m:ehing and E.touches Late 00 .00000 NOtto ON-00.00 OOON
: daughter and son and A W D.cken-' ;;t ;.i ; Located in the Most Beautiful
0 the proprietors, hate added this season -
THE RIDGEWOOD j son and wife, Chicago._, Ill. to the Bennett, which ranks 1..s. S Spot on the Halifax River... ... 1 .
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: i The guests of the De&pland en- : among the leading note's' of Da}toe:aDr JOHN J. McGUIRE. Proprietor.
: A. S. Gar\er, president: of the J YITE INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath No better in
E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. joyed the first of the regular Satur-
i School of Fine Arts of Worcester. Florida. Table o! the best of everything in season Terms as reasonable as
social Sat
s day evening dances last i I
NOW OPEN.s urday. It was one of the most Mass., with Mrs Garver. left the BE n- the service will permit tiveu on application. Dec. 1st (to May 1st. Phone No, 112

LSTERS tINS : pleasant social affaire so far ths: sea nett after a sojourn of a week for I .........................................H.I.-0N.NN

: 'son at the Despland. St. Augustine.Mrs. I
All departments will be managed by white Northern help, i J.1.. Potter? of ,Cincinnati, .............+.+....P...O....+...........+0I

1 ,selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white : Among the recent arrivals at the Ohio, entertained Rev. H. M. Herman THE BENNETT ,f
Ridgewood are J B Ink, Mansfield( and Mrs\ Herman of Miamisburg. I
t. help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied !2 Ohio; L, M Funniss, Chicago; PhilipD Ohio as guests at The: Bennett with 0 I>ALTO'S A. 1".OlunA. J
Now open for the third season under the liberal inunnirt'tn<'nt of A. II. and .:. 0
with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the : Fowler, PhiJad.eJphiaIrs; : E B Miss A. B. Acker on, :Monday at I t;+>eLand f> LAN. :, proprietors of Boston The Hnntt Is ttr>t-clll" In l'.rl'; particular The .
hone 71 .the tourIng f.atur'sarr-Hiirlor tat.U, white tiiploifs; H modern IIOUM u genial homelike 0
party over in a
: Bach, Rome, Ga Mrs Larkin Tiull, ;
; und .
atmosphere location .
: finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, a on Iay'tonn'+ houleMtrd Hldlot'wOOtIt'nut' Two ten-
... I Mrs C M Forrest, Lowell, :Mass.J. Peerless car and enjoying an Od-1 nts! courts Kimige Hotel will lie open entire month of \prll 0
Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. i fashioned picnic luncheon in an 5 Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages Marblehead. Massachusetts. 9
B. Ink, Mansfield: Ohio, is orange gro\e. ..... 0.......................................... .
NON.0.0 a guest at the Hamilton 'hotel on Mr.\ and Mrs. Samuel Williams ofNew I
' !. OiOOOON000.0........................................
I South Palmetto avenue. Mr: Ink is York city left The Bennett:\
ANyf .....o'0..........................................I...O.a a friend of John Blymjer, day for Palm Beach. After a week! I THE I
. .who has a home on South. Palmetto visit they will return .to The BenI I' I PROSPECT t

BERn s : THE PRINCE GEORGE : avenue, not far from the Hamilton. nett for the season. I 109 South Ridgewood Ave. 1-

Stock : 1 : : i 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office. I
p. DAYTONA, FLORIDA Recent arrivals at the Gables: :MrsA SMALL BANK IS ROBBED; Steam Heat.

T, Manager. $ .: Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors .: Weir, :Miss E Weir, :Monmouth, BANDITS MAKE ESCAPE. I I P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor. I
IUIr: and :Mrs Carey :Miss Carey 'I
0........ o ; GALESBURG. Ill., Jan. 31 The : tlIN000O.cos-.................................00000000
I Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. : Toronto, Canad'aIrs' ; : Thos B bank I 'd _ _
at Swan Creek, near here, was j
: Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. : Campbell Miss Bessie G Fleeber, robbed of $2,400 this morning. The .....................................................:
Indiana E W Hough. P.ttsburg; Pa.
: Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : ; bandits escaped '! t HOTEL SENECA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. : i
sssI Steam Heat - J t'talNR: !ITl\MTH\V f : HTK. .
: : Late arrivals ShmiJfs hotel
:: White Help in Dinin Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st : are Chat E Kohen, :Mrs Chas E i' ENTIRELY NEW. .
I Id's Kohen and daughters: ::: St Louis! Mo; i : Albert Bennett, Proprietor C. R. Bennett, Manager : '
The Prince G 'orpe( Pier Is the only landing: In UnMoim for "fst.AugusUneand It. ; NE\V YORK, Jan. :Hfoull' btcry '
L. Rogers, W H Kreitzer, Bloomington .
: Palm Beach bouts. Particulars with pl'nsure! : : A N'K.' IMni retHooin !' Ni, '. i'.'Opb.l Itiiiinliit.V \\';it. i r. !-!" inn !Mi nt :curd I I'hon tnhxtrt: : +
111; Henry I'eyserVashiiig; tenament house at C;:: Sixth avenue'!) .
I II Whit, M'ritr I 1'hrfluhmlt. .
: ../? *.. Mr. Foster
ton. D C; ,I Lynn U'alden Cindn- was destroyed: b> fire this morning 2 :
e. Same Management as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N. J. :e nazi, Ohio.A Mrs: Michael Cella. to;eJier w4th ...+............................*....................

I .I.I........I.I..RSI........I...LI.i.I.II.I.I..I.I.IaI two other women, were compelled .....................................................
Jump from windows to save tht>m' .
party of ; u", s at the H H. MANWILLER, Proprietor
faci i .............I.IaIeI.I.I.I.ISIOI.I.I.I.I.....I.I.I. IJt"-1>land. which included Mr.:\ and el\ti from death in tb flam,. i: NEW SEASIDE INN! DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA + i
Three women and two men were ;W" E
Mrs Genthner, Mr and Mrs\ Grif- .. J This new and select family hotel has just been enlarged and refu:mshcd; J
ercome bj smoke. Hundreds \\ri
e i GABLES nnIr: and Mrs: I..imba'hIr.: and for the season 1910-11 to meet the of its *
> Ele.c-I THE NEW driven oat into the cold: from adjoining ; requirements growing patronage
\InHntto.i., Mrs I.. :\1. Waite
huJdiiins. Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths Electric and Gas Lights Call Bells s
runt. : .I Miss Eames and Louis X. Weber. : Rates S2.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application JSUIIIHI

I : Daytona, Fla. .. went to the Inlet Saturday afternoon i r :\.lflr.| |, --; llolhi: I i.l.4.llt\\l.lttt.+ ; : : i',.mi, (,roN. .1.I t
i .
\J" i q NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY in the boat LUCJ.: to spend> .....+..+.....*+.....1..........1...........+..+1....
t & LOCATED. EVERY MOD- : the afternoon fishing. Tis said: two
I : v ..9jjZS ERN CONVENIENCE AND delivery wagons were herd: in readi- A Case Where the Statute of Llmi',- ..........................N......................o..
operate COMFORT .. .. .. : tions Was Not Considered i; I
ness all the afternoon, waiting::: for amessage .. .
si rvr? zz misdg '-" to K<> down to the inlet and A well known K.in -...iliinkrr! tf.,1 ! "The Lane Inn"A I )l li
oman. I : % Steam Heat" Throughout : n ;tor\' tin .tlll'r day .il MH tlinMH:h' I
bring back the fish
r of limltntluiix! : Tlioro N M t viimle in It.

hardly; i : S. MOSELEY. : plus some t:1"ltl, Ihiltlooophy.[, | i High Grade House, catering to the most t particular people. Central location. i
. I One day: .in old suiitlierner.ilke(1 '
cent an : ,.Y. ,', 1 Proprietor. : BIG CIRCULATION SHOWN Into this haull'r' nthce The sons* h : $3.00 and 54.GO per day-517.50 and higher per week. :

",,c '. .' .r. Tht'ArlinctonThou..nudlolnnd erncr was a typical gentleman of the ;t .
I .. """-' "" .".'- Phrk. N. \ during I biuniiieroflull. II. old school l. ..ua no. t'uirtwu to the ,, 5 Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor ss

.. a + : BY A LETTER TO HALBY. point of pumtillc nt'*. and honorable ; ........ ................1 N NN N N NN.........NNOOOOOM

....I.....I...........I.I.0.....I.....I...I.I.I...... to a degree 'Ir mart?'rdom." the I' ..N.N.OOOOON.00N..ON0000.ON NNNNOON i
"What can I do for you? asked f

:, Ice' ..........UI.II.I.I.I.I.I........ II.I......I.....I..IN LUMBER COMPANY FOR PRICES banker."\Vell." replied the southerner I THE SEVILLE Daytona PURDY.. ,Florida Prop. f I

"about thirty-fire years ago I loaned i


big sum I told him that wh'never Surrounded by Spacious Grounds, in the most delightful part of the City
. DAILY NEWS. I should need It would let him The guests receive the best the markets afford in the dining room and every
: |fore tomorrow : New and FirstfClass know nnd he could pay me the money i comfort and convenience that a well regulated hotel can offer to the public.

.. Does it pay to advertise: in the I need some money now. so I shall let .....................ee ..........................C.
0 0 000 Daytona Daily Xe\\s him know and I would like to he I
Bells Here is the answer to the question you transact: : the business for me" ..........................I.I.I.i.I.......I.I.I I.aI.
= Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric "My good friend." replied the bulk:

e It J. .Malhy: manager of the ISoi:d er. "you have no claim on th:it mtil< >, '\' : The Cleveland 1 DAYTONA, FLA Under new manaj c- :
Elegant Rooms, with or \\ithoutll3athsMRS. : ment. Centrally located iOod table *
Lumber in Daytonaluch: i I You can't: hold that man: to that I.n.l :
company has lutn thirtt' ( 't'iar* : and best of service steam heat and p
You It \
I say ne \V J. SJNP) Cr, Prop
-- ------ carries a regular advertisement ins electric lights Reasonable, rites. i i.I.IsISI.IeI
sime yon lo.incd it to him': The .
the Daily News, has JUKI: received a statute of limitations has run apu.istthat : .. .........Bl l.BOI.l.ietiCttri.B3l.l.EOI.a
ayli :. I. MABBETTE, Proprietor letter from T. ScaUs written at'I loin years: and years apo" -- - -

i Empire, (Canal Zone, Panama ask "Sir." replied l the southerner "I i !h<> .....OO_00...C 4HM...sfgM irw ods...oot0.03.o0o .0 NOoI

: Palmetto Avenue DAYTON. FLORIDA : ink for prices on grade of lumber man to whom I loaned: that money H I
.. advertised:- in the Dijfma Daily a pentlennn! The statute ot limit' I THE AUSTIN I

..................................IURSUISDeI.I...I. News tines never rung against a Jentlt'nm.a." .,
1 ily ==41I )Ir. Scales jn his comnnniioation So the banker sent for the nnney'. I OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA, FLORIDA I II j jI
and within a reasonable time thereafter ; '
a.kMr. )Ial )' to quo:e hint pr:<'esoa I I
I .........I.............I.I.IO.IOII...I.........I.ISISCHMIDT'S rough and dressed lumber 0'- the money came There wi!t a G. W SWAN, Proprietor. !
i courtly pentlennn: at the other) 'nfl'tlt Electric Lights and Call Bells. Steam Heat Hot and Cold Water : II ,
' certain kinds and also on cement
HOTEL the transaction also Kansas City I 1
: ,
E I : and to give him an estimate on thee Journal. .ON.ONON.OONOONO........0.0..0.i.00..11 00001000. ,

iI Florida tot-t) of transportation to Miami, from
Henry Schmidt, Proprietor, Daytona, _
7:40 a. m. I : Situated on the bank of the Halifax River one mile from Atlantic which place it can be shipped b>' Trees and Wind. ...............MO...OONOON..NONN.ONN..N00... I
Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms steamer. The effect of wind upon{> trees is i
9:00: a. .S are large, airy and nearly all have sunny exposure The cuisine and service powerful Even the presence or absence ,|I THE PINES MRS D J. UMMINGS.I U'1 I.t I
J8:05: p. : is admirable. Rates $3.00 per day and up. Special rates for families : THE YACHT ALBERT LEA of forests: way be determine .
the character of the pretuil'iig I
m'l : on application. HERE FROM PALM BEACH by I An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct

8:50: p. ..............................I 1I.I.I.I.I....hh...I. The private 'a'htlbert Lea, The wind wind or the acts conditions! :as a drying that agent modifj! giving ; it.- I I supervision of the proprietress. i

owntd by \\'. A. :Moren, of St. I'a.ul, a special aspect to many pluts.! : 338 South Ridgewood Avenue, DAYTONA, FLORIDA.

I Id Minn, armed from Palm !leach! When it Is :almost always from ; he Same management as the New Magnolia. A bury Park, N J. i
|, Cincinnati ..,..........I.I.....I.I.I.I.....I.I.I.I.I.........I. Saturdayafternoon and tied up at same quarter the plants show greater::: I
development upon one side Trees sire .00...b.NNNNN.0.........N...ONtNNNNNNO.N I II
( New York. 113 South Ridgewood Avenue. th.e Halifax River Yacht Club wharlto
smaller the windward edges of lor- ------ --- --- -
THE remain here for a few da 's. U".
: ests and trunks and branches ,are
II ,\. :Morten. wife and tncntK art I I
: : Fresh milk, vegetables and fruit on the place. Furnace heat. RATES $2.CO per bent to leeward. The deformationsare I
will Willmer The OSBORNE
..RSHe Ii I : $12.00 week and : aboard the Albert Lea They: most marked near the set or in The ,
day and up. per up. return to Palm Beach from th *>' fiat repions; The cherrj, plum q al vv.I III: \s. ti.A., OSBORNE, Prop. t
==== place. nut, black poplar, ash and certain i
i : MRS. CELESTE RINKS, Proprietress. Comfortable Rooms Rooms Ouly Modern Conveniences i

Florida :.........I.I.....I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I...I.......I Elri<'r Ol.-\er made-an aiitom,bi't' pines but mountain are very pines sensitive and to Certain the wind.firs Excellent Ratc.Table Moderate I 5k($2.50. 75c to and 6.00 SI per.00 per week day

I trap! to Orlando :Morda'v .ationipaneob I offer preatcrs| of r..<;istalwc. and l I Steam Heated Room. 11 Orange Ave
312 So. Palmetto Ave Daytona. Fla.
FTTIT I \" his w :le' who remained :.a that these are recommended for refiire.tingwind :
li.onv11lt Kla. NNNNNNNN/0NN0..0/ONNNN NNNI.N0NNj I swept lands - ---
;J 0 i':tMr, : Olir rt"turI.in; alone! J ---

0000tl THE IMPROVED .1 .....+.....1........................................+
- - - .

i! i CITY HOTEL; !. ..--.-..- ..............................................1.... :. The HARLAN, THESES; Lake Helen, Fla. |

0 1 American Plan Always DAYTONA.open FLORIDA.New Ownership and Management ... ... ... : J* .I > >'I'n'i t.1 I i,: ;i;\'. 1 ;.\, | I;:;.I.:.;.:
i. .s Renovated and Enlarged Good Service .... .. .. !!i\i\: I;\ \ I:'\. I !. (/. !; :I ,, .*!- IHN p.I : l .. : , I.. I i .2. .I..I; 1 1I ; I

(; Management H. C. F. DOHM .1. I II

> \0 I I' :.........0.N...............1................D...... j : THE NEW EXCURSION STEAME : .I.k I Mr. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Abrams, Props. J J !

l' .................................4...................
AK aft
li -

1 "'1' .. fi':, .( N...01o+ .a.......................+e.......o.oNI .. s...eoOG..I4..C4 8e. attcasaeaa.a..ceee a I)I

:-II I 'j 4 4fa='ill I . I ID :I

1 4:1f11 IMs ,,, I :. THEPALMETTOWell iil SOlJTHl'AND \ Till'] < )AKS.AkT( /:NA.; <1'1.< "1.11).1, g

I'll: 4 Ct i
,; (''lIP : Known and Popular. DAYTONA FLORIDA. ; a I.I \\ .\ II"I"I t'sI1I'i.: .," f

Overlooking the Beautiful Halifax I i\'er. : ... 1t1"1 I H.' I Ii.
l : . \\111'1'1!: .1:1\1 : J M 1: 1\111": : ; ( C*
leaders of A Homelike and Comtortahlc House First Clan in all Respects I. . .. 0t

r.' : C. O CHAMBERLIN. Proprietor :..1.. .. i.t .! M 'III K' I till" 1I I Illl I. t'ur\I i\-: \hiRit<< III'". 1..1. >. \ JJ h I.He..eeooH..eeosS.C&.M..e..NHoG
1 +..+....e.>+*...N..e.o+a.c..+....c.o.o.o+e..+.+.+...I. ................1.1..1.. ..................1.......... .

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.. .........- .. ....,- -- .., ./ .'-.'.;,.-r--<'' .'.:....'."-. ,""y......".."..'...:.:,;..:,..'....r.. ,.'..:--.,.'....."''-.,'.'..."",!>- ( DEAL that the these railroad('acts, company!Is it any wonder con-.I GOOD NEW PLAY,MAGDALEN GOOD COMPANY PLEASES.The ; ., '[ORMOND-ON-THE-HALIFAX | ;((

; <tl: 1&-: 'i" V ';' ]l.t SQUARE 1 "the long! yellow 'i t (Contin
; ..'i ;t r, tinues to maintain! play ORMOND is & mlleanortbol w,
I' : ; ' :Magdalen is a good ; ,
< : New .
!" ; ::1..
; : lie
Prop With
di _. ......t'-A:-' !; j : :.f lIQ O' .. ....":..-... barn that Is used for a etation, for, play.'i Daytona, threatORMOND The thin
i, I ''---r :,. .he alleged accommodation\ of :":ieThousands it Is. in some respects a great located on the west the conte:
: of people! who come to Dealing with one of the social:: problems bank of the HalifaxRiver. larges.8 nu!
__- IS DENIED The locationof echolPraetical !
=--=--_____ Daytona every year-a building as it doe, tt yet brings out all' the town permits of a
good enoi gh for cattle, with I : andpt'rf..ct -- .
I' plenty that is goal; in the characters. j of Rood drainage
and DAYTONA toilet arrangements! unfit for pigs? sanitation; sonville
: The of the woman whose
CHAS. F. 5MBREEZE wo enterprising and DAYTONA THinoi. And with freight: rates: at least> deul -i story the elevation Is sue valued at ..
towns on the Halifax BEACH I >le what they really o.tgh(0 be, it'' yearnings are for the good yet whomdrCUUl.tanC'eS j),Tb and Ideal for I 11 tin, old log did the chanc

HIH1J BURGMANTHE Peninsula, are geographicallyone is not surprising: that the people of I and the Jaws of society winter homes. con.A hurrhltU'ou.ll not "no out In nnd the floss educiij
wide bridge
as separate
although municipalities.incorporated The towns par PllARMACY 1 Daytona: will welc-ome| with gladness'the force into the underworld, her, nets Ormond with inn i Th.Iher''world. hlllf'I\f'! The tot\

allel the peninsula north and south F. Dobbin I READER OF THE"{ DAILY NEWS{ coming of ,the steamer Swan j eifortt; to rise, her success, tempta- ;| Ormond Beach. w lnrtno I..Mich cometnrtnbl consists c
REAL distance of from three and one- James which promises some day lo giverelief Many: fine homestire winter ing desk \\
for a ProprietorDAYTONA ,rocs and struggles, form a strong camp croundi:: tit HenlwnK
S half to four miles, and extend cast BEACH from unreasonable freight ex maintained on / the shores Of was purch
ESTATE from the surging seas of SAYS "MISTAKE" IS AMUSING. ; theme and Wilkie Collins' novel offers tthrr side of theliver the HIIIU"x.l.o .
M.: II. R. Bingham
MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything UsuallyCarried actions. j, the dramatist splendid opportu ,most of them VK: FKHFRMAX.I'AM. .
a First
in and IS i n
tide water -in-rounded by subroploal -
beautiful I
River, the Class Drug Btor 1 nities. I
FOR stream that sets them apart from Oid Engraved Rings. i I title role flora and !Store.
Our Prescription PASSENGER AGENT BY Isabel C. Jackson in the
which they have ir Is hrubberybesides'trlfty OX Seven (
Daytona with Department is Complete Among the legends 1 ; of Orewo |
SEABREEZEUNS of three every I pioved herself one of the brt emotional ; orange! and Oil WRITE: TO .
means In I |
communion by
atli'l'r rebate
OMITTING NAME OF DAYTONA told that the ( of Pjth.igotti- th.eI cei
ferry Respect seen in other citrus fruit
well as a half-hour I. actresses ever
bridges, as Wla celebrated I I
I famous Greek philosopher These ce
OPERA HOUSE lIt city. As Hester Tecut the army trees. MACONTHORNTON
service. 'Phone FIRMER GRIP ON HIS nml. accordIng
of will 1
Beach are engraver Ormond has many and
and Daytona !
Phone 177 Seabreeze I nurse who yielded to temptation and
summer and winter resorts : to classical history. tooth Helen I ; attractionst'xc..l- value as 1 ilVpright
essentially !
and are making hundr,,is of POSITION. Troy and Ulysse" of Greece wore engraved afterwards as Zera the petted : > I among those rn\'lnJ on stones oiety girl interested in mission work, I i4O friends every year BRAtCHNICHOLSON rings.! ]Jnl I
new I Editor News-On: some railroadsa ORMOND cater i may
HAG who desire to escape the discomforting thnt were partly precious was an art I she was splendid.In i i>o'it Ing, and many
of heat and cold, and general passenger agent who pleasant drives IK IN ANY WAYINTERERTtD mOTe tha
extremes at n very remote age. The British the third act when the story of I
and boarding houses mn-I At Ormond Beach upon the
INVESTMENTCOMPANY their hotels receiving splendid patron FEED AND LIVERTSTABLE should carelessly (?) omit from a seum proudly Insists, the possession!' her identy is brought out she runs I* located the large IN PROPERTY IN
are now from the most discriminatingclass i -timetablethe name of the most important a small square if yellow jasper bearIng the ,scale of human emotion and !Jlotel Ormond, and ORMOND: OR THE CON]

age of tourists. i station on the line in a distance the figure of a horse and. the name I rises to a great: dramatic climax tot testier sister, the ORMOND BEAOHllf
The ocean itself, with its marvelous i All Orders Given of over BOO miles in an editionof and titles of Acienoplils II.. believed I which held: the audience spellbound.: ',r>.tton Inn. The Will Give Your The coil
beach, hard as macadam and : Prompt Attention back to nhout the year 14.V ora-r occupies a Huslnt.u Prompt col
Desirable date
deemedincompetent to
attraction 150,000 folders, would be I She was; called .l before the curtain every
smooth as a floor, is the greatest Careful Drivers The'ry finest specimen of engraved osltlon overlooi114 Attention |
Locations in for his position. But It. C. before the people were costs no
and last
although earth, air sky Famlllar I, with RoudsE.A.BRANCH bend night the Halifax and
in existence is! n : <
any part of seem to have entered into a combination on the Eait: Coast railroad with its gem now I satisfied. tli- latter has as Its GaretteN.1.ion ,
Subreezeome'lI to enhance its every charm. .well-known and ill-concealed antagonism -I of Nero carved on a first wafer diamond With the company as an added luttook the rn !?nl- of I ij
the famous automobile bv: the brothers. Castanzi in the 1 :b':ant beach and the t !
beach is make this
The I'
towards Daytona. such actionof feature is the Prior Thompson company. JAS.J CARNEll
course where every world'sstraightaway Real Estate Agent year 1700 .\. D.PRICELESS. road! Atlantic.
: Evansville, race record has been made, Beaoh Cottages omitting the name of Daytona I. .Monarchs: of -Mystery-" ThisU 1 1I Besides the broad, ORMOND, FLA.Manufacturer friendlyJust

Indiana, and8cabreezeFlorida and all these records it continues to aHpeciattySELDEN'S from such time-table will only give I an attraction by itself. -'lr.1 mooth beach therer of
hold without rivalry. I such a "carelesfa"!; official a firmer I Thompson in his teats of magic and tinny: drives fore Pure Home-Made clout
The beach has a width of 300 to grip upon his office. And Mr. Hahner's GIFTS. I'his illustions i it; most entertaining, : Triages and automobiles GUAVA J LLYAtARMALADES of earf

: L.Z. BURDICK iOO hours feet after and until can be two used hours from before two I amusing "exI>lal:ation" makes : Kindly words, sympathizing attentions ; while theglt.ss:: trunk trick I : : around to and Ornonddrives AND :J) tn die l

eCONTRACTOR high tide, thus giving an average of DAYTONA BEACH I the matter more plain and ridiculous: I II ,watchfulness)' against wounding : mystified many. Tonight he will offer -1 'hrouijh grows! of TROPICAL, you"tsh

and BUILDERCottsgesaHpccialty even or eight hours for automobile Dry Goods Shoes, I than it wa; before. So the peopleof : I men's sen.itiveness-Ihese;; cost ; the invisible flight and trunk I 'Old! ,-n oranges; PRESERVES with the

ng some part of each day. Men's Correct DajUiia are in the position of the little, but they priceless in : iuj'stery. I .Irh.'ithrou h trop- SpecUl Attention to .f you do
each I are Family Orders
Beach very
Est'mates furnished Seabreeze and Daytona i 'si I forests to Mpant -
I Wear Western -judge, who was obliged for I I The pay tonight will be "TheCountry RIGR".T AWAKIM. AT! pou theperson
All Work Guar- have a permanent population of approximately from : their value. Are they not almost t ,t-h ruins; drives! to Pan-American )ox-
anteed.SeabreezeFlorida. ordi- Across! lack of evidence" to discharge ''a culprit I Girl" a bright, sparkling Oause.y as
1500. Sanitary I The to\'u,tdt' Inn the staple of Qjr earthly happiness? !h' ancient lositionRnirsioNest :
lances are strictly enforced, streets I us "i.:. built by slavesf InfllaKxposl-: the nomiij
and From hour to (hour, from moment to I I ,, of t Ion-CharlestonLouisiana
and sidewalks arc well kept, with emphasis, "but you mu t not planters long Purchase HOW
streets are being opened as fasts moment, we al re supported, blessed -o, and drives to K x posit'ion,Ht.I\ jouls
)V. C. GRANT new I A. VANDE VORD : do i it -un! !. I Bronze Casting. I' .' of totes n
de. I' plantations
population \V. Rob
the increasing I On that memorable (,{erasionwhen : by small kindr!esses.-F. The art eat l>ri i..v l listing was introduced Itltlhlt' settlers, subscriptijTEH
PLUMBERWater nands. Besides hotels and boarding I Contractor WORK for I Henry JI. Flaglerame: here ertson. into Siam: I.! ;. the Chinese in the II I w:-i:|'""' places: are rete E..n.. New
add there is ample cottage acco- MASON 1
stenin houses ; eleventh century.FREE ,'.
locating with theintert the
teals FittingPhone nodatlou for all winter visitors in of All Kinds I Mere to decide about a profited I ; Southern IOUNnGROVEORANGES' upon
Concrete CurblngsHldi hotel, he declared in the presence u>
16.V2KDAYTONA oth tOWU3. -walks, ..t,.. 1 ---' fr'iltsand; flowers. ,
of prominent gentleman of j "
REACH All the attractiveness of Seabreeze a iiof the most ln-
AYTONA[ BI'ACHFITZGERALD: that is a pI!; .-e , andGrapefruit tea,s
FLORIDAPINEHURST plies to Paytona Beach, the two thU city "Daytona 1 I ti >' .tins of these
owns bzing so similarly situated. of great po-ssibilitu,; and i it was VOTING COUPON. ..i.t: toni Is at the -
he would a'-sifet! in its i :i 'ulwat'rt: of the 1 rs
The develop meat of Daytona' Beach assumed that I
Peninsula has begin: frlly as phcnominal as its & development. Hut: early the nextmol'ning I This is a separate; tote from the nominating c upnu. As j :II" >iHfax Mound: : and:;rove.known Ito Best Grown ;s
Grove on Rt.Augustine !-
Drl\o sister on the viorta, and each year OATES he almost tole: away. and I mal1mar he sent in each week for each contestant as can: be i- .i- of the finest Automobile:
Daytona Beach there is a substantial growth. The i located; the ,hotel at Ormond. And I (jy: grovesonthe Koul: lo:Miles ':'

Modern. Convenien'es. RII, tesKeusonable. great sand dunes have been leveled LAWYERS ever since that time hh "..*,-s'st- I collected. ..------ I "..: i-tt'oiit of Florist HOTEL North OSMONDBced of Who Can!
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have been -- veryi ,
md handsome: homes ;; \
I ance" in developing Daytona has not rnlmanes
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I- Mrs. W. H. Freeman built for both winter and all-year- Daytona Fla. been at all conspicuous except by its I Motsi4rnve>r :.t., surroundings is on Knox rn- i
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i round occupancy.: I : aL'nence.lnd jet lM>.tnna has grown This coupon entitles.......................................................,...... I I "l' I)a>.ton.i-"4alnt Deed Company lta(10( \\'
- o-iti of important fI I \tutia.; road. Bl'LOW Po"to ace I ntniimej
.1 to its present proud i> < n a

a .****..*..........***.. .... ... ................A..Aa i 'e in spite of him-and Or- I I Who Many >

jj: mond remain a very p't-asan little ....,...........................................,...............................to 25 rotes in - .\ w
a Promptly executed at I his assistante-and the : Finely executed I II girl of '
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I Fine Job J b P I I This must be in J-
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a Printing Gazette News Office. : : name of Ormond appt'arin a certain The Ga/Hte-Xews Popularity coupon Job Printing at ; -ufrOil th

3: I timetable on l.::0OUU folders, and the office hv Friday, 7t:; P. M. of each week. I this office. < *'"'t

-4 :........raatJR itYJlAt.YYJr iii rXi ,utauc. . . . . . .. .xX Y.xx.xr: name of Daytona is ami Wed. I a nouimiJ
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Port Orange River' front Property contest Lease parr| : Netv'Ln the Oil tl

Choice spec; ':tltt

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a clear stretch of river; no marsh. Ridgewood Avenue and New Smyrna To" the)> t|

road and street other two sides CD. ) afh
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I Lot I 200x346 $ J JOO. Now I:
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to anyone buying to build on : I .,

Lots 3 and 4, 79x346|each,
of these lots.

any I : $750 for both or $400 each.
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r These prices will be maintained W ;I i I I : i I Lots 7, 8, 9 10, U! J each

. for f thirty days, but we z I I I : ; 79x346, $300 each. i

reserve the right to raise them 1 Lot 12, 100x346, $350. ?

after that time. I i!

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INTEREST IN CONTEST Rule 7. All votes. must be in the lee.....................
} I 1 1I 1Y ballot box by Friday, 5 p. m., of each .e..e..f

IS GROWING FAST. week.Rule! 8. Votes issued cannot be I Fighting Bulls Are"Raised With 1 HERE'S A BARGAIN j jO :

E.HALIFAX I transferred to another contestant, I The Care of Infant Children I

Rule 9. Xo votes will be allowed = o _
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; oa subscriptions held
1 1 over more I II 0 II
Drop la with meat The third prize to be awarded to:
ORMONDII I than one week after being! secured ;i ij 1 House of six rooms, bath and toilet. Located on Third
the contestant securing the third j by contestant. Subscription: must: I .
} largesfl number of votes consists: be avenue. Easy terms. oI
j turned in promptly together with! \ : .
of a scholarship to DroughtoJ I the money collected for them. Vo'es''II .

I Practical Business College of Jack( will be issued when the money is re-1! r .,. I .
sonville, Fla. Th's: scholarship: is PRICE $2,300.
i icehed, but: the contestants may rej | I Ij iI.
valued at $50, and will give I
some one j tain these votes and cast them whenever -
the old log did the chance of securing a good busi- I.
plot KO out In thelliurrlcanejou'Iinnd ness education free. I Rule they 10.; wish.:Xomiiato.s: ; or contentant's I ,+. ru .' ? ,'Jk .v4.Q' ._, ... +,Ft j I

northers. The fourth prize to be awarded
The world hflneliieI I in the Gazette-News' ccnj -i ihest y i EDMONDSON & DONNELLY
I re no such coinIfortulilf 1 consists of a beautiful mission -writing j must agree to and accep:; all: .cs.t "i'= y. ,. tA

leu nip ground winter ng He desk valued at $25.;; This desk i I rules and conditions.Rule : ;
l olong the shores : A..A A &AJft A..A A..A A fc A A bAA A frAA A.AA A bA A ftA. A M A LA k! k.
of was purchased from the stock of tie r P V rV P V V V FVW V wiFip V v r V V P V Ww w vvW PW W w W IW
11. The
the Halifax.PIMIFRMAN.. is reserved to
Bingham & Alaley Co. of this: city, I :1T I _
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and is now on exhibition at their: cause also< to alter these rules I I.I.I.I.I.I.i.I.I.I.Isi.I. I.I.I.i.I.I.IeI.I.IeI.Iele
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[CA Oil I14 WR1TKTO ON Seven other prizes consisting ofrebate Rule occasion 12. Any demand.question which shall I -,, .. .bdM.y 5 .t : The HANDPROPERTY : I : Do you want to buy or :
rS f
iasSS y.y
certificates, will be awarded. arise between the contestants will! W ffi SSS : rent t property in :
MACON These; certificates are transferable be determined by the contes mana- j :

and will be accepted for their: face ger ad her e6o:1! will be nal. I: : Daytona? :
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THORNTON value as part payment on a Chapin Respectfully! yours -,ISlF.y' to lAY Ifv f ,%%lfe C wY,
iS I : We have the cheapest :
Upright Grand $450 piano. Certificates :Miss Fay Settle, : SILVER BEACH :
ORMOND may be combined but credit for + I : and the best. :
Contest ManagerAN Photo Copyright by American Press Association.The .
|IF IN ANY more than $250 will not be allowed : from : .
WAYINTEREBTltD Extending I $7,500 buys one of the best residence
of famous fighting bulls of Spain are one of the most Interesting features
the purchase one piano.
upon UNUSUAL SERVICE. o : : 1 1I.
River to Ocean : oa Ridgewood Ave. Completely
|IN PROPERTY IN of the Aryjafuelan plains. The Spanish bull often has a rather hollov back.
ORMOND OR j I" .THE CONTEST FREE FOR ALL TO I William D. Upshaw, editor of the His horns are large, rather wide and turned up and Inward-never shoes very .. .. ,I. furnished and located on : 1 I

ORMOND BEAOH I ENTER I Golden Age, of Atlanta! Ga., addressed I thick and turned downward, as Is usually the case with English buJs.] In : corner lot. Call on .
[He Will Give Your j' The contest Is free for each and I a very large congregation atl his early youth he roams In comparative freedom over the plain. IIj!; early FOR SALE OR RENT : s

Kuslm-bs Attention Prompt every contestant to enter, and it the Baptist church Sunday morning. makes acquaintance however with the garrochlsta's pl('. Though the; latterIs .. 0j : M. L. Waggoner : J

costs nothing to win; all The I His theme was "The Old-Time Re merely a pole with no blade but only a small point like a shod en<}, of an
Gazette-Xews asks is hearty cooperation ligion." Basing his discourse; upon alpenstock It is a formidable weapon when dexterously wielded.Vhl n two : : Office 'eople.. State Beek.I.I :
of Its friends and readers to i Psalm 108:11, :Mr. Upshaw with years old the training of the bull as a fighter is started. The bull is iron-led; .
and Jabbed and thrown down day after day. If the bull after receiving a .I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I...I...I.I .I.I.I.I.I.I.Iei.I.IsI.I
J JAS. CARNELL ,; make this contest an enthusiastic and great power and earnestness, swaying : :
plentiful succession of nasty Jabs which merely Inflict flesh wounds |ind do
ORMOND, FLA.Manufacturer t friendly struggle for leadership. his congregation with obis eo-
no serious harm Is undismayed and continues to charge as gamely as .ever he
of f HOW TO ENTER. quence and moving many to tears.
r is considered to have pluck and fire enough to be worthy of the rlnjr.: But
Pare Home-Made I The close of the service Msi
; Just clip the nomination coupon was especially should he, that his fruitier, .
finding charges are turn sulky refuse to chargehis 1
GUAVA JELLY f out of each issue of the paper 'and remarkable. Conversions! are I opponents and endeavor to flee from them he Is branded as cowardly. Is REALTY TITLE
TROPICAL you wish to enter as a contestant, ; service but Mr. UpsJiaw: closed his I i I

PRESERVES with the address written plainly, or I address with an appeal to -the un- I I

Special Family Attention Orders to If you do not have a nomination: coupon converted and two persons re- I AND INSURANCE CO. INC.1 I
RIGIIKtT AWABM ATI the name and address of the I sponded.Mr. I .
Pun- American ExsltionBuRno-
I ; person as a candidate. The name of I Upshaw is not a minister but it's a New Book
West IndlaKxposltlon !the nominator will not l be divulged. Ie well known throughout the Southas I _
-C'liurleoton l CONRAD BLOCK 'PHONE 128 tt _
It's Souvenir
Louisiana Purchase ; HOW VOTES ARE OBTAINED. lecturer journalist and evangelist I IF a Novelty

1xposltlonlt.l.ouhIOUNDGROVE !I. Votes may be secured by secur.ngsubscriptions : II and always speaks to large crowds. i it's something in Stationery and EngravingCALL

I r to the Daytona Ga- On Friday eening.'e ru3r.r .*!, he :

zette-Xews, and \ottt: will be issued I will give his: later';, lect-jre "John We beg to offer the following
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upon the following bas: : and His Hat," at the Xew Opera ON OR WRITE

, TERM. PRICE. I! house, ,under the auspice Of! tie from our list of

ORANGESand f 1 year . . . $ l.oO:;i . . . YOTES'I I !ladies cf tie! Cipt.st: ch.un.-h. II- is

l 2 years . . . ::.4..0. . . ,as noted for his wit and h..IIHT" a> The H. & \\ B. DREW CO. property:

| Grapefruit 3 years . . . 4.oU=>I . . . ::1J..rO.. I for his power and elo: u-nce, .\ I 5

4 years .. .. .. 6.(10. . . ::'\,4.0j I great treat :la in store for t.l(*e \\lio L

Best Grown years . . . .dO. . . 4oui' :lear him.NEGRO No. 124-$ .800 will buy furnished
j O rove on Ht.Augustine i 45.49 W. Bay St. JacksonvilleAND house on Volusia avenue, four bedroom ;
Automobilo 10 years . li.lid'' .. . . 11HMHU ,
Road to MiieNorth :5 years . . . .".-..,,0 . . . oOM.o> I WHEELMAN R m and bath, five rooms on first
of I i I floor.
HOTEL OUMOND: WJio Cannot Enter or Vote- I
No. 10-1,300. five furnish
Deed Knox z'n- DUN BY AUIOliUBILE.JOHN Il room
tf mmediate' relative of theirs will I t .
Bced Company.. \ SATISFACTORILY.We [ ed house one acre of land, Holly Hill,
be allowed to enter th:s conte-st asa
l DULOW P vtofflc J I nominee or voter. I i fruit trees.
Who May Enter- No. 119-7 acres land, 300 orange,

Any white man, woman, to0.. STRUCK BY A CAR AT CORNER are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin peach and persimmon trees, 6 room

Finely ex- girl of good repute is eligible to dwelling, $2,000.No. .
voting OF .FIRST AVENUE AND BEACH China and Orangewood, New and .
enter this popularity
ecuted at great 103-$30CO, five acre bearing

this office.ww1. contest. Just send in jour name oa STREET. Exclusive Novelties. grove South Ridgewood. ,
a nomination coupon to the ctmtttt
management of the Gazette-Xews. John Smith, the well-known colored No. 105' -$7,500, new house on j ?

The Judges- I fisherman of :Midway, was run Rid ewood avenue.

The total count of votes will be down bj an automobile Saturday jlS1t"about .
1 No. 106--$1,200. two large, deep
made by a committee of three prominent dark, as he was coming south ,
lots on South Ridgewood.
business men who will be absolutely on Beach street, by an automobile ,

disinterested paltI; s. The com which was turning into First avenue I No. 120- acres land, 100 orange i

mittee w-fll be announced later. from Beach street. trees truck land, 5 room cottage, "I

Management- The car wan driven bj a j'oung 4 FULL QUARTS FOR $$41 I $1,000.No. .

For the purpose of making the I man of this city and the other occupant I ll'
07-$2,209: five
room cottage i
contest a complete 'success the Gazette is said to have been a young '

-Netits has signed a contract man from Jacksonville, who was visiting ;; Daytorn and Cypress streets, large _ _ _

with the New Method Contest company relatives! here ftr a few dajs : Express Pai :, lot. i

of Jacksonville, who make a Smith was picked up by the young No. 103! -$1,500, small bungalow.

specialty: of conducting contents of man and taken in the automobi this < Bottled in Bond under the supervision West Magnolia, lot 50x150, almost 1 I.I

this kind. This company' will furnish I home on Second avenue. Midvvav. new y

a competent and experienced! coi.teal i where he is still com"ned! to hi-- of the U S. Internal Revenue

manager who will have complete con!, No. 11-$2000.( truck farm, 7U' i

trol of the Contest Department.To bed.Dr.. G. .\. Kiosk was summonedand ; Department, Guaranteeing Age, i- ""IiI acres cleared, 2 ares tiled, house
I ., and b2"i. 1 1I 1No
the Public- found no bones were broken bat .t .1.
This contest if to be the greatest''i! the man was badly bruised: andl: Quantity and Strength.BLUM'S r I tJiSr
ir-S3COO, one cf the test
ever inaugurated by any paper in will be several! days: before> he '.
homes on Ridgewood, furnished, large A?
this section. ; able to get about II s bieyc; was OLD RESERVE } lot, garage. K' ,
\\'e have .);\rt'd no expense to'' wrecked in the encounter.
make at a "live wire lIroposition..1that The young man. who was rding: in Corn ;: No. 115-f2.000 will buy a nice t +
Pure Kentucky Whiskey
will keep the community much j) the (car told Smith he would call and home; five rooms and bath; hot Sri

interested in the outcome. We are! see him the following day, but up :: and co'dvter; electric lights; corner ; i

endeavoring to give Daytona and vicinity to 5 o'clock Monday evening he had : lot. II

the new ft>t and most up-todate not made he l : appearance, and the :
county paper in the state and we solicit young fellow, who was driving the I No. 123-A bargain at $3,600, Pal
.1' :;: metto avenue, 3 bedrooms, bath, com
the hearty co-operation of the',, car. when appnacht-d by a friend of Ilf
j pletely furnished, good condition.
13 \ citizens 'm this contest.To Smith's, yesterday reported to ;
Houses exactly alike in sirne row
merchants who advertise with 1[ have aid that Smith was in the valued at $6,500.

us we wish to say that we expect by wrong and that he Knew the name I ,

this content to double our circulation of the other occupant of the car but r ;1 Ji : r, A. 25 acres near city limits; 15
and our advertisers will realize, would not divulge it. . ... acres fenced and in cultivation; ; 6-
that it its to their advantage to help Smith's story is that: he was hurrying room house and barns 2000.
in this work by supporting the con.II south on leach: street in order mWMS
t' testants. to reach home before dark, o Sf% ices?%\ 08ESEpy AES B. Lot on Ridgewood in. Holly 141

10. Now Is the Time- which was then close at hand. He k Hill, 150x309 $500.C. .

: ;issue. wa on the right side of the street % {
The contest begins with tbs *> stfQlENjfiflSiKfl rKItf! If FNEIf 15-acne hammock grove: trees
in and when he saw tie automobile 1CF t hRN 3
X01Get Wh1Sf WH1SI
each, the time to enter is QtoLvngfltiSruV&c{ ... seven years old and in full bearing;
in coming the stre t he he'd h s |
the before tho others get up
race tea o aca tuieTCs Gsins Cs near railroad west of Kingston, $3,000D.
h. the lead. place, hut just as he reached the ;( wig iu t.ta.r i iJ t Acaaui iJ '.' ? ,v C ;:

Rules for the Contest southwest corner of First avenue thecar PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL

each Rule 1. All money for subscriptions turned sharply into that street i i FOR SALE; CENTRALLY LOCATED M

ehall be paid the content man and ran him down before he could! j SEND FOR PRICE LIST. ; WELL FURNISEHD; 'CAN ;:

ager. get our of the way. | EXPRESS PAID SHOW PROFIT OF OVER $2,500 j ':

Rule ". Contest manaser's! signa Several parties near at hand I 4Qts..orl I. LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH ;; I ; :

ture must be affixed to all votes before eitheravv the accident or reached ': TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS. -". I
Maryland Corn 100 cent $3.00( l
they are of any value ;In the -the spot' immediately thereafter and< per i $13,000 ON EASY TERMS.

contest. they state that Smith: was: at the I I Ihe : Western Corn, 100 per cent 2.75 E. Small cottage on corner lot on ,
south of First avenue
Rule 3. Uallots cannot be bought. corner
I INY fair was run over and the broken' 3.5 () ;: Ridgewood; lot 100x150; fruit trees
The content will be run on a I II Laurel Valley -
well, $SOG terms.
err on easy
of the automobile
: basis, fair for all. Votes can only glass from one

be obtained by securing subscriptions lamps bears witness to this statement : Harvest Corn 3.50() Ala ; t 1 t' ,

either new, renewals or old or by I and leases the impress: that .
13 Carolina Style Mountain I Dew 3.00 : We have some attractive river front property J
cutting the nomination or free vote I the automobile driver made the com- North :,, very d dti

certificate out of each i issue. won error .of turiin:: : in. First ">''rue 2.50 in Port Orange that can be sold on reasonable terms :=
Rule 4. Xo emploje: or meiubtT I' on the short; ru.-nee. in-ieid: 0( -" '1J,: Log Cabin ;:

of his family will be allowed to participate beyond the middle: *.f the
either as a nominator or a'' trance before turning into t II -::t t, PUT 'u? IN CLASS JARS OR 4 QUART BOTTLES AS PREFERRED .r. -. .-.. j

voter ill this contest in which ca*' I. '.. .- :::11 t'l' -\ .' ::1 J;': ..

Rule: .'.. Candidates will not be alH! : ' . ; an. \S. BLUM & :rr: We have a general insurance agency and =: d dcb
of k. .d COII'
restricted in securing ubsc-npt :-- t'have s. : can insure against almost everything except
but may secure ilu-in in any l'at': ;.n '! happened in tl.C past a.l: ; t'Y !

the United; State. :: cuLtln!: :!:':.t' tr acct:' .-," ::11:;': .1- t.j t-.: :517-19-23!) :!;; I Bay St. .hit.E 1tutviiC. Flu G ;: frost and taxes. i ,

Rule C. Only..." i:---i.: 'i: .::: ? ,'1"- 1\\1:1:, ::"" ':" .j:' \ :',: ;" ':" ,: .. ,.
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POll entitling u' 'II i m! t -' '" "'".0' : ' : 'i i iI LONG DI I Ii. tllf11711l111lflfllflfl 111 1111\
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tx'cauv our jiomN ni ltttU"ch,'Jipr : S. Stationery and School supplies.Phonographs. .. I I I 4 Gene|
iWASH 1 that they are not . . I ,
H FABRIC tluin oth-r iroods ; Hewint; Machines.Tyiiewrtter +
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I .-r In Iou 'lu:!. lout I we, htiVf small) . (' tl"r '. Fiihlim Tuckl. Toy, und i ..
1 exprnrsind tlit-p-for vuiiutTurU to . Notion,. Ii Silk Crape, Fancy Outing and Lawn
se11 on small margin.Hinoked : + + + +
:: Our new \Vash Goods in both white and colored are noon display. : I 1 1 : BARNES from 50c. upIf : I :
lttll'onRUnrnntwlprlh I I -='>IC . .
II I Will also frxni.our "Pu-tur n5 .
: Our assortment is complete and cannot be surpassed in : 1 1t .. .... .... : t-mhr" ilnirpt-n ... . '
1 1 u nr-eurt'd Hanip Jh I7c jour L-iinpiarnl lla- ; ,you want a cool |>air of l10- wh: \- th>>m nnv |>ru-"- for LnUltim -

t : quality or designs. We will be pleased; : I I 1 Irish Potatoes p.-r pk, .. ... ." .....:B CSHEPPARD'S : .. alnt>our !taw'ftn4oth" TiMftHuml t..out; of hack rejMur 0. i fancy.l OUJUln-n topThe-*. ; nlio a nw lin- otOhtlttr.-n'- sock> in black, tau, waite and i i iI 'I t. Sixth SArt

: . In tart for un.v want call on .

:0N to show them. ... .t I II-I 1 1 1 -1I 1i .. .: BARNES .: Chas. E. Gardiner Co. : t t.t

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COMPANY : I jISISI B'.ic-h aytoua. Flu. nB -
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OUR WHOLE TIME IS j I Home Grown :

usementS Crystal Theatre ; e I DEVOTED TO i iI ... ...

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1 help we can do the host
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satisfactory work. : MANY m P[

DAYTONATHEATRE High Class I GR O ON Ii IiI : J. W. Ball & Son : i 1't :

Opposite the Yacht Club :1 : No, 237 North Beach St. Thorn 55 : ,, .
t3 :, :.e............. I o........e..SSISse....... ACCIDEN
j I I IS
-- ---- ----
q-7L4 Motion Pictures Major .\. 1 K. l Ko->'er has a part i iII HOUR
; t f: .ei d-s (oat !fn< :' rl": >
I i-: (omtotable: boat the Dutchess I.. CROWDs

Capt. \\". Van Dorn. Real Estate and ./ RYING

: TO-NIGHT Monday January 30th Fire i f-
*.W.\XTED-Woman for genera v hl1 Y(

-- -- house work, family of two white 01 I t explesroni
I 122 South Beach Street ...:
New Magdalen"I colored; reference wanted. J. King, i the Runde'r
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111 Orange Ave.. Daytona. 52-3t I ctai d trii
rumaUl from tin Kninoin Novel I
of that tutor l>\' \\. 11.1:1.. 1 K *'a'l.l.IN- Open Daily at"2:30 Jersey ('it
G. O. Grace and wife of Detro.t: .

....... ... carload oft
of I '
i LOVE AND \lu-h i ., took possession Monday :- "
"A TALE : -;;;: It
3 I the residence property onPairvlew i lff : ,, is re
Ni Itilll lW7:121 IjouuMr an'nutpurl'llaet'd from H. M. Mar i ;; her or per
ADDED FEATURE I .- :':..10'' .':'
tin. .
../".. injured.

IE of The en
Monarchs Mystery" :::=:' >!:<
-- :
Prior-Thompson Co. >. Edgar; : C U'ells\ returned t Frank Hahn, who ,Arrived frot.l: I a t.

..1II'k"II\:!!.. SundavNV.ll New Orleans! recently fair a few days. CHILDREN'S EYESCannot bridge wt.

Prices'25. 35 and 50c. Reserved Seats-at Hankins'--- :sIt with! his family or North: Beaolistreet I NOT MANY VOTES POLLED demolishefor '
be too .
\ the person w no answered adoi let: :Monday frja.! busine--: : hundrt
TUESDAY NIGHTTWO MEN AND THE GIRL" for they tliave but one pair to lasta
". furnish
\ It X" Sunday pleat trip on the West Coast. The
CONTEST FOR SELECTION OF lifetime. It' there are indicationsof eXI
Il. Innttltt> s. **AXTEo-Positiou at chauffeur anything wrong with your child'seyes brokers al
Hoopt.>r'3 Uarber Shop. : bring him or cunt
Hot baths or will do other work. Good reference tats
>- r I I them with Glasstb: to correct the
and experience. Address fbi NOT CAUSE MUCH EXCITE jammed v
Uojall HoughUm II returned :Monday .Zt I trouble. If medical: treatment is nee-
:Su. Daytona.
"SOMETHING[ IN IT" from a several days' sojourn in St. 1'. MENT IN DAYTONA. es> try I will tell you to. ground t

and i is back again at the ** rocked a.t''
--ViiKiustme It us a pleasant [-ecreation it .
I' The primary election for a selection Dr. Neville H. Clark
Gables.FOU witness a good moving picture show from the

r Get a Savings Bank Pass Book from us. .- -- and if .Mrs.: D. It. Lovelace will call betweenV.. A. Blount and X. ers Matshock

HI.XTX. Uidsewood; New office before tomorrow '. United Slates senate: OptometristLook
there besides the credit of your deposits at the Daily I Bryan as w'a
We put something I
opp. The Bennett D rooms and bath; night we wiU1' give her twc to succeed: Senator Taliaferro passtx for the Sign of the EYE.
.L made. garage. $350.::;:; H. Y. Stillman. .Jtt tickets to the Crystal theater. Ail boa
I I off quietly in Daytona and the number -- tnenr Riot

We pay 4 per cent. compounded quarterly. J. L. Wallace is displaying l: : a now I The regular- month'meeting ol of votes cast was not large. ot damagPaudem+

rediiii at his jewelry and souvenir the W. C. T. l'. was Meld in Social Xot much interest in the l'a.mpal:1Jbad '

PEOPLE'S STATE BANK emporium. anuouncJis; a big stock Hall Friday of last w>;eek. There been aroused here and tin* i indications 1- tune after

reduction: sale.:; were several visitors ,present whc mess St'l'1
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. t are that the counting; of tlivoUe < GREEN GOODS "unnii
ga'e't'r iuteesting talks on ternperance pit
r Take Cherokee for oy- show : tBlount. <>
sceamer will majotitv
cast a
PrrskI,-lit. N. I'. lKI.AM II. r 'I1"r i M. K.: 1'.11TEttVIta work in theff own state:) an explan
-1'rela.'uti.II. 15. MK:.VMAN. :M I.. w'AtaINFICI : : sti't': roast at Inlet! Wednesday.Kuund and the met'tinga.. almost Interesting who had a majority III I h.pret."iot .:\ : heU..rh
trip o: <_' centtj.; Oyster roast .
one. in the first Irima'y.Tht' i. t

free, M-lt '; total number of votts i-vt: nil) \r e are carrying a completeline ntattrt I

i "1111 automobile: for salt to o'clock this: atternoi na. > I:;"" than .00
I Mr. and ilr >. James 11. Moore. o of ( Jreeu ttnveries. including -
cheap; up-to-date and fat reason I I In. "Su
I Mrs C. S. Clarke and John J. Moor I :
I for selling am going abroad. E. D.V. SENSATIONAL CHARGESIN e'as'maul U
and 1 Lttle: daughter Eugenia who!
JCMwr} i I .
I + are spending( the seat-on on flay i Golden Wax Beans -o.!., A
street, were pa,veujers aboard the JACKSOXVIL.LK. Jan ;.11:I- t'J.u'I
The steamer Constitirtioii ui' th et!
steamer Constitution this morning;; tioual charges ar,' ni tdt t lIy atrorrll'> Green Beans
ludian Uiver line came in yesterday t ailill'
to make the trip to Palm lU"aeh."Beach for John T. Hammond in 'lIlIlIt'I'1! Ion]
evening from, the south and departed the =< UK.|
with a motion for a new trial of

1 Eir cottages:;, fully furnished: ,. again this morning on schedule trim the case against the ('\>ii>olulatri CucumbersCauliflower _ano pntHJ
from her berth at the:"Prince Georgt the oa>
low rent north Hotel Clarendon. Apply Grocery coiupany and other! ill -4'-i
dock with a very fair passengei trim) rue
cottage opp. members of the Southern 11'h..alGrocery : <
f ;51-tf; l let, for I'alui Beach :And intermediate Storttefvi ?.-*
I t'olltpany.II11I1 the t hara: ':-
i r I Charles Srhevt'dor and \\ .r.-, of *Iieueaiber; we keep everything in I poiitts. eb is one that the overw !ln-hnin.: Tomatoes ) jtK1fctH"

Stj\ Paul, Mum., are Daytona visi l lads and gent'3 wearing apparel 1 Two prominent men of Daytonawill weight of evidence entitle: tin"- j I'la .11' ""nIt

tors. I at the flee Hive, North Beach St. S7ti be initiated into the local lodgt' Joseph Uuyce the barber who w.ag tiff to receive more ....llh.lalt 1.11 dwuages ; PeppersThey l .H \

-- of Elks at tae regular; meeting, trnighl. > arrested Sunday on a .warrant charging isheo
also that one or mote 01 i ; hjurors "
Mrs. J.V.. Perdue I and children, the ceremonH's's to inclwdi: him with stealing jewelry lion L..Lu-
Miss A.
Miss 1 li. C. Strietor and were actuated hh'.i'! p.r[
i's-: the home of J. D Mj,ley, and win .
who visiting Mrs. Perduo's .- .
were and of sets olantlers. -
branding riveting on c e.-
liebeaux.! of Saginaw. MU-h.. friends I "ion and prejudice auam-t 1 tli- i>;,. '
ter. .Mrs. WilliamVethere3, Jr.. of Mis de Gonde Johnson..h(> were The lodst meeting promist* I was bound over tc the next term IIf tilt \inthr t"liars- ':, 'liit <.I'. ."rtta are Always Fresh.

i $, and family at Holly Hill over Sunday in the city for a time: left Mondayafternoon to be a lively! one and will! be fog the criminal court atttir a preliuiiuar. \ >- jlnr.! .: !lalic' >i".'d indr: r .1 r II"!\ ..I' RACINGNew
S theJr home at Xe- hearing; before Justk-t-- H. iVil.soi;
returned to -ial session. .
lO1Cby a sot
for Palm ,
iei 1dn">r ii t I.M r Is.> diitv[ as .I i j'i'I: i i
afternoon. I I at Daytotia Beach. s<".'U""t'iJ hr oga Monday and Cuba. This was the first timeth.t I t r r
.se ladies had visited Daytona and II I "LOST-Small white fox: terrier, bonds; late Monday afternoon an DAYTONACOLD .,
.If it iri anything; naotosrapWe we wa, released from the city jail. Ti-! ; :1
I much pleaded% with Giv; bob tail half face and head I
hake it. Lesesne. the Eastman Kodak I' balla reduced ffoni'>$dull t" $ ..II STORAGE CO.R. grano H 1
I the city and its surroundings. black, two small, black spots otshouWers. I
Dealer: 14 So. Beach st. 45; .tf I .p ;i ; "U 11'il rl
:: Finder: will receive reward I i -.l I
I I by retuning to {'. U. M. Sht'p'pard i A pal ty of hor-f: trad-. ;>.i"-.' : Experience D. JOHNSON, Mgr '" "

Mrs. r. L. Harvey and Litt!.e son FOR 8.\LE-LaulI Xedaline, I 3 'Ft. Central Bridge It I through: the country 4're a'ln.U: ; ;.; wi I I ....... Dan
Myron, of Second' avenue, left Monday by 2(5 ft.. 10 h. p. Fay & Ihtwen en- tin river road at Kingston!( j.v r in i r I t It 31HIGH

afternoon for Tampa: where gine. McDonald boat yard. 40-tts I of J. I I.. Hamilton! .-< l iin. .LI.I of! MIM r. Is neccessary in the '1I I
[Let tloUH'r: D. Stunt of New : i
:\11'-. Harvey will again enter the day afternoon some -,p,-u;'L! IM.M*.n. proper management ol <
York general secretary of the mission .. I
hospital for a second operation that F. C. Gardner came over from I the place in an itltIUI1J"r..I.< ! .a.\ a grocery store and we I
board of the Methodist Epiecupal ., ,. I
which she underwent somewhat less Chubb Saturday t+t spend Sunday them brutally beating,, \II:" : th/ i have the experience. I 11 t1
church will give a lecture in! thtMelhudUt ;
than a year aso; not haying: proved with bit family and parents at their i huge Offenders<< c'-1 t h kin 1 t l'a, v. aI
church tonight on "The! 1
sufficiently thorough. home on South Uidsewood avenue 'should be brought tt a< "iu.t r amseverely 1I I
Philippines and the Xew Eaaernl f I ---, I !leaving; again. for Chubb Monday afternoon : punished aryl n..il.y i | wl 1I"be We f lu-au-.,
I Know i
ut'stiutl The lecture !iti on a sub
'i Pnbliv stenographer. ) typewriter: where he has large land interest in this ease as!: thit'1..U'. ", \\h'J: I vani,.
jl''tdl understood by Ur. Stun;: I
translator the Uidgewood. phone 15.4Sit ,, in connection xwith J. K. i witnesseted the cruelt'y'were: j w-opeI'ly: I I II I strong
and will be well worth hearing.
eodV. Banks. They are building residencesand ; inct4wed and inclined to like ull] what you need and old crop

developing! their holdings, known the matter.
I have i it in stock and er cable
Mr. and .Mr>. J. :M. Fourqurean am''I ,
\ L. Reynolds! arrive! Sa.turtIayni as the Florida Fruit ands company, grandchildren, of Hkhmond.a..,:I the best 01! it is that Ox-
Mrs. Yarborough vj-as in the eit)r;) Our
Jacksonville, and joined with headquarters at Farg, N" l>. Spring
ht who babeen in the city for I
sevoral -
i from New Smyrna Monday, bringatta;
wife and children at Jl in home i 'I
his ---- -- -- weeks
past, are now occupying i with her Mr. and Mrs. It. barUi"if I ,

on First avenue. Mr. Kejnoldi ha; IT IS REMARKABLE HOW I the J. \\'. Ilees- cottage ou Secom; ; mew and Mr and Irt Uaxter Uarttn'lemew .. The Best !,I fords have just
which he ha: been i
cold the business
avenue for the balance of the sea '
r ', of Ashley O.)lo, for a vo.-,,.1.1I ,
conducting in Jacksonville for ,I l\ son. Mr. a.nl.hti.! : Fourqurean sp-eui I with D. .F. Randolph'and t'tWIi1y. <.1 4 arrived both for
past two jtMrs: and will again malt Rexall I last season in Daytona and had pre : Second avenue, who -at oue time r>' I is all we carry. It is 'I 4 Wecal

his home m th': i e.ty.FOR v'.()Usb' vitiited the city. the satisfied ':
It. only
1 !t :sided at Ashley. Bartntfetii'tj : cus gentlemen and of Presof

Americanites j is a retired businesii uii"i' tomers we are lookingfor. thefully

S.\IX-One of the mo*t d. i I Mr:... H. I'. liuackettbos, Mrs. (',. ley. and Baxter Barfh"lfn--: / ., tj., eq

elrable places in Daytona; 1:: room : U. M. Sheppurd's mother, arrives I i proprietor of a lar?e ht!t\.I! : eMatIbkhmeut ,, ladies. work

with large attic, all finely furnhet Elixir I Monday afternoon from Eftterprist' of t'.>, salIlt'1: :' I chemica

including piano! and player 2 bath L and is with Mr. and Mrs.' Sheppart I : Randol7: r t.-i. ,.k ''ie trart"I', ,, I business
I i, I
roouif, basement, laundry and fur I I at their: home over the Sheppard gro sli'i-1.' : ;, la'il.irh.!- w ', 'i '"," L Lyman Grocery II I --
eu Builds up the nerves. Sold I North M .. ., y
pace large garage, fruit veiv on Beach str.l.ll'kt'nbu *e :'ij 'h.\ The.j.: /oj.it I

Choicest location in Daytona ever only atYoungls was caTTe' 1 rMarvsu '; \ I''' oni a: ,d I H.t \t..

thing practically new, will ell to: "'r.\I'\ :lhless Itf L.,.: r;; !II :L..i.' "i' tiartnon-diets TaiKx- ...'' ,j! -;. ,1._! I Every Day is Bargain Day ... HANKWh

75 per cent of nut if old befui< PharmacyI Sher'j lt .1', ..mvnt.I '. r. : ;. :, I d ,\ : .' : .. 1.' ." \ .: '.'j t j Here. : THE FOSTER CO.

March 1. Adress lock box 522. 1V.t1; :! !h.J: > :L- :::. .




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