Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00205
 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: February 1, 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: VID00205
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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I 4. Generally) fair tonight and THE DAYTONAPublished OJAll', NEWS t+ Today . . . . . . . 2lt: ,

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Thursday; light variable wind,. -
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I I I 1 1I Every EVeniog Except Sunday Daring December. January February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort iu Florida.Sixth .

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tan white and I Season-No. 53 DAYTONA. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 1, ,]911 15 Cents per Week

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= i"" M WALLACE'SArt W. H. WRIGHT :: :: DBJOHTOVSHOSPITUandSAMO\ \ [ll RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies Stationery and Havana Smokers

........-..NOi and Jewelry Store Painting Tw"*nt First>-.Ix! Avenue lard .airy Daytona room, Ha.. newly PRICES Books : Only not quality: well cured tobacco -
Carries an exclusive line of new I Paper Hanging furnUli.il/ ", un.l Mtt. d l throughout. .. : with I'i.-Iu.itiuu to Tr. at You RI :'imi. I GEO. CLARK I used.
II hospitalronvfiu.-nr. Thorousihly ,
Postcards and Daytona 1.-1 I" IV I Yourtw.It'rO/ Vet Cave Manufacturer
style Decorating I '-'I|Ulpjdop<-rat tug rooiuoii ,ftoiulfloor. Waterman Fountain Pens, News-
.I.I.0.I.... I r e._ View Books. 219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Phone. iSi For ti-riii C.,>C.n"l BOHANNON. !M. D. L. H. ROWE & CO. Papers and Periodicals .I Daytona, Florida'NOMINATIONS. -'

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jjrownduce :


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Vegetabl es IE you will kindly and promptly pay your .i ____

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Fresh 1 -- BILL t then we can pay "BILL" the BILLwe i

... MANY PEOPLE ARE KILLED ; BRYAN LEADS TRAPPED owe him; because "BILL" says he can't pay his BILLS i FORJONTEST.ALL .

we our
ill & Son : BIG BUlLDINGS I I Iy ARE ROCKED. pay

ach St. "Phone 55 jISUS. + I II PARTS OF THE COO'ffl

AFFNERtate J F HOUR WHEN STREETS ARE I'I'r. "If You Don't Trade! With Us We Both Lose Money." ,

andDurance I - --- - --- --- .

t. NEW YORK. Feb. 1-.\ mysteriousexplosionltich : SPECIAL I Ii JAPANESESPREADING s
:'- broke windows by I' RETURNS I STILL INCOMPLETE I [ ;/ RAILROAD mnm I mmin I ON FRIDAY-$1,850 WORTH QF

leach Street ., I PRIZES GIVEN AWAY.
--- the hundred throughout the financial -i JACKSONVILLE I [ HAN IS AHEAD. I mm in I THE PASSAIC. f

L 6 district: occurred at pier No. 7,I i il I I TERM ISi I Nominations art pouring ill"t ryI
l Jersey City, at noon today when a I Ir j rapidly from all parts of Yolua.a.

carload of dynamite blew up. I Ii MAKES SURPRISING GAINS SINCE WATER BREAKS INTO ENCLOSURE county and mu.h interest it* beinjsarou.ed l

r It is reported that a large number WHLE BLOUNT i I among lh- i-ontestunts ofthe
I popularity contest now
1 of persons have been killed and THEJLACUE. great
tr injured. ZelteXews. in which $1.8uI t
The entire downtown section ofr. CHANCE TO ESCAPE. I II I '
e worth of prizes are to given away
:. New York south of the IJrooklyn i Incomplete returns received up to NKU'AKK.;:. J., Feb. 1.-Thirteen: : I ; i absolutely tree: to the citizens of Vo

|N'S EYES r. bridge was shaken. The pier was I late today indicate that N. P. 1'ryan: laborers: employed by the Pennsylvania I ' lusia county. The nominations will
I { NEXT{ T } CARRY DISEASE INTO CHINA be published on Thursday: of this
demolished and the debris was blown of Jacksonville has been nominatedfor railroad constructing a bridge I l lI TBESDjUf.'I I eek.
Null safeguarded I- over the Pa saic river I
United States senator over W.
\\i one pair to last t for hundreds of feet in all directions. All votes must be turned in by k
.\. Uloant of Pensacola.The a caswion J" fett 'below' the sur I ,
're are indications 1 r- The explosion came at the time'I fal'of the this: FOLLOWING THESE THE REGULAR COUNTRY FOR 200 MILES: AROUND' (Friday at 5 p. m. of each week to
lead appears .to be a safe one. water ; morning
won your child's brokers and clerk were hurrying toi' i I be in time for Saturday's paper. ,
i although: tar from the two to onelead drowned. Theatr came in witha TERM OF VOLUSIA CQUNTY HARBIN AND MUKDEN HAS
he> and I will fit The standing of votes will be published -
their lunch and .the streets wero reported last night. Many of rush aid; the laborers had no I
t) fo t-orrwt the : 'I' chance CRIMINAL COURT WILL" BE BEEN PRACTICALLY WIPED : once each week. The young
J -' jammed with peope.! Suddenly the I the counties counted on to give a to escape.EXPLOSION
|.l -atment i is nec- ladies of Volutiia county are very
|you ground trembled big buildingsr I majority for Ulount have changed CONVENED. OUT BY PLAGUE. much interested in the Popularity

rocked and the glass began to fall complexion: since the first primary DAMAGES YACHT I I I contest and a large number: have signified -
oH.. Clark a i- from the windows of the skjt crap i and Tuesday reported a majority for I II ; I i J-idge" Minor S. Jones ha< called* I PKKIN ( Bona, Feb. I-It i is open- I their intention of entering. I II
Ur ly charged today that the Japanese
-an. I i --x.uecial. term of the circuit courtIrir I A 1450:; Upright Grand Chopin .
etrist t i;' ers. Many people! imagined the The Jacksonville man appear to NOW LAID UP FOR RP[ AIRS. l are! spreading the Bubonic plague in
nest Tuesday for the purpcs1 of Piano, as well as: many other valuable
'- shock was caused by an earthquake.All have gained strength since the firstprimary :Manchuria\ and northern China.It I
gn of the EYE. I ti > ill;; the cases; of Helen: Hunt vs. prizes will be given away to the t
boats in the bay rocked at while Blount appears to SPEED BOAT PINAU, JUST STARTING .I is: declared that Japanese spies fortunate ones.Nominations. 1
amount have lost much of the following he: I i SUUi'D University and Helen I Hunt are sacrificing their lives by infecting -I
their moorings and a great will be gladly received
,f of damage was done on Ellis island. I had at that time. Indications are: ON TRIP TO DAYTONA i j vs.i.. Lincoln Hulley. It is e.x- themselves and secretly enter-. ; at any time by the content 1

j* Pandemonium reigned for sometime that the majority of the votes cast MEETS WITH ACCIDENT AT ST. I ;ect.ei the testimony in these two ing China with the idea of devastatiug manager at the lJa)ton Gazettt
and the business .I for Stockton in the first primary eastwill; be rather spicy and a the country there.
f after the explosion AUGUSTINE. News
section wan jammed with people : were turned to Bryan during the succeeding I great deal: of interest has been afoutd *- Around Harbin and Mukden for a To noaunctte your friends fill In.th t '
the radius of 200 miles it is said the
: 60091 I running wildly I about demanding campaign.One AUGUSTINE, Fe-b. t-Startling I n cases.If nomination blanks in thin issue '
ir an explanation and seeking places of( interesting feature of the those on board and in the neighborhood I these two cases are disposed country has been pra tically depop and either bring or send to this

shelter.It ,I campaign is that the vote is heavier with the sharp report there I of in time the regular term of the ulutt-d. having been H ped out by office. t

is estimated that' the dead, will than expected, at least a third more was a base explosion in the engine j Volusia county criminal court will I the ravages of the plague. Hundreds Votes are secured iu the following l I

I lug a complete number more than :I'D: while more totes being polled than in the first on the speed boat Pinau, belonging. !( be called: the following week withJudsce :; of dad bodies are being buried etcry manner, by receiving subscriptions !>> I
election. St. John Wood of New York, Cert Fish presiding. Should day.
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injured. I to the or by clipping
(.ir.u-eries, in- f than 500 person were paper
; The explosion occurred when the; Daytona and Volusia county, both where t>he lay at the St. Augustine the ttrIals at the special term of II ---- votes from the paper. A week's start

: .; carload of dynamite became ignited '''or which gave a majority for Blount Power Boat Club. Some hand plates circuit court occupy more than a will mean a great deal in the last t.
in the former primary returned and a couple of planks in the side wet-k'.s; time the term of rrill. nal
";-; as it was being unloaded from a CHANGE of the race, so it is a \\ ise plan t
rax Beans K F. freight car and loaded onto a lighter .' large majorities for Bryan in the vot of the natty vessel were blown o.il i court Hill be called 3ti soon as [jheyi : : I and also a very important one furnoukinatioiiii

k, ling Tuesday. The returns from the but fortunately one was injured.Mr. i are dis/osed' of. I II to be handed in at an .
Beans county are still incompletebut ui[ Wood and his party were 0:1 I Ihfrv are several cases on the .
i_ A number of workmen engaged! in ''rly date and get th<- head fctart.tor ::
f; the unloading were blown to atoms to this afternoon the following! fig- tllt'iray down the con -t to :Miami docket for the term of the criiijlnal: i IS MADEON : further information cull at the
t' ,
ibers and pieces of flesh were picked up in ureH had been obtained: and the engine was just being started : I court :iu which Judge Fish i ie int-r- I J Uat 'News office and ask to see

.. "";the bay more than a hundred yards THE VOTE IN VOLUSIA COUNTY. for the journey to the lower i tatet:, t\- with which be has been i MIH! co.. -t manager. Miss: Fay Little. t { .

[lower r' from the scene of the accident. Bryan/ Mount! coast when thexl''.o ion occurred i I <-onn-f ted. and for these: trial he I LIST OF PRIZES: ,Ill

Scores of freight cars were shattered Enlt'r..rl: ?' ....... ... .... . ..... 1 x The damage will soon (be retired. 'vil< t>o disqualified to sit as ;itrialiKiS / ROAD. ', F.t:: I'rue.. .OIJt.< Cturpin>> Upright
nrsn_" e'tty ... . ... ..... 1tI : aTetanal
toes : and nearly all trainmen in that . . .. i't The Pinau is one of the speediest j -. It is expected Governor.Gil- Grand: 1'iano! vtlu-d at. . .$4;0.t1'i'

of r!' section: t.f. the yards were injured. I Rn iti'in rI.un.rvi st I(: .ii..-::..:-.-:.:.'.:.:-:-::.:....... .:.:: 31 la Ifi I Iw boats. that has been seen in the io ij rhr ..t will appoint a special! ; juil'ie\ I. ;;,-\lId I Pri/.e. .iki j >.1 l II trship Columbia '. I

5 demo .vtln. ....... ...................... Y.. :pyI cal water here this> season. to a.; ii' these ca.-ea. I College valued at . .tbO.
ers Piers Nws. t 6. 7 amITrt'
rulonll .., .................. ... ..... I II WALL IS M I[ TRAIN USTR[ 1 ,
is bed. I t : II 11 I, - -- -- --- .---- ; :,, Third Pritr..Scholarsh.p Ur-tugh.-! 4
Port:: Itrnig I ;.. .:. :.::'.:::::::::::::::::: 2'' - --- t-oa's Business (,ulleKe.J1! O&
, MM Later reports are expected to increase N-w hinayrim I .. . . .,.. 1.1 54 l
J. the number of killed. I Oak Toinoka: 11111.':. ............:.:....:...::..:::.:""..:,.':...:,:.':..,... ......... :.. _s' : 1 I A Savings I}\\nw I II mm[ POSITION,, .I Fourth l'rize..Oue Mission Writing !
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|ways Fresh. tilt-Ill't ..' ... .............. ... ..... ..... ..... 4f i tk . . . %
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RACING JUDGE SUICIDE; 't-.t .- -- : Fifth "rize. .It aU 'ttfi..itat. : .
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::..Wtlt: : .......... . .....:::.......:....: g tlMtttKti I. Bank Account. i ---
JUMPS INTO THE RIVER.V ..... .. ..... .............. .... 11 Coh I CARTER MOVED FROM SOUTHERN .aiJt: d at . . . . :/.11,/;") 1.1. I
6 ...n ... ._ _.. _........_.._....... 11 1, i I '
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.\W.Ill.. Feb. 1.-Robert IIl1l1 HII// ..... ..... ........ III it'lrwn The advantage of a Savings Dank [ :Sixth NrIz. .tt..bJWevalued 4ratf1tat", ,
'ONA .. .... .. .. 11 >aw TO NORTHERN DIVISIO N I : ,
lie_ Newton presiding judge of the .abr?.... ... ...._. ....... Ii Ii Account ned not here be stied.; :i t at " . . . .- jf:&..".. "' '" i J JI i

RAGECO.Jpring .....- grand trotting circuit: committed, Total .. -.Rea -a'+tONE /f Such an account makes for thrift AND ONE CONDUCTOR GETS f I Seventh Prize. Rebate -rtifici e 1 1I
suicide this morning by jumping from economy and a prudent placing bf- of valued at . . ::%I"'> IMISiKHtU '

SON, Mgrs a bridge into the Illinois river. Financial i ja portion of the earnings ofthe PROMOTION. I / Pril. . Ut"bat.: i ...- cue J :

V: reverses: are given as the YEAR head of the ramUy. ADd not only .\lill( \ :'menu i.made by tht;I clued at . . 1.1"ii I II

,; ;, cause of the act. j this\ but the younger member of-.the Florida Eat C'oast railroad of :1.I i, : I :
--- r.-: ------- ; i I boys and girls the youths and young change iu trainmasters m whklConductor valiieii' at . . I.o" ,m. I I

a HIGH RECORD IS MADE j women-should open a savings ; account ". p. '.'ail ;:s 'rolu4.ed: to .!: T.-j.tu PriA.Ktj..i.. I. . a;.: 'I. ;

BY THE UNION PACIFIC. [ and acquire the habit .Qd I : '.d med at. . . . I ":._n' ? '
SENTENCE this important post.oii, char;"'B be- ;
f: ] ift'lhitof responsibility and worth that KN-vejith: Pri/; '.-. .R.-ba..ie Cert i ji:it-1'-
NEW YORK Feb. 1.-With rid! n I:e111 em her The f". .,cl you' eat is ins:; made iieces.iitry! h.tI'o": r"-a.:,;n.t I .
a 1 bank: account wisely added to I' 1.41 ji-d; at . . . . . 1 I.MMM, i I
Pacific at a new high record of 17sla the first step toward j p erfet health lien oiV. K.l'.t..n.! who hits h'-Itl: ,
stocks were strong today. the I and increased; vitality, provided it kept up confers. .\ bank account. is.. the position of tr I ,unnrtt: !t'r on tinnorthern ... -- ;II"1'
J. I fOR MYLIUS. I a stake i iu the country. It affot4 a I 10..1 . . . . . al J "-...f . I '
division lor
leaders making good fractional advances. I i is absolutely pure and wholesome. a lung tuiit'IVainuiaaiter
sense of personal trip. it niakeu- Tile IinO. prize!< wh ("ti \'. > j'"
Reading and Steel were : Duality and purity are the most;: potent : J. A. Carter of th '' I I.tllt. I
l foundation for a future busine.ven awarded to the .;ont..- ,>aiit :aC.m; >: It
% strong. Cotton was steady with. the -- factors of all goods sold here. southern division! is transferred l< i
old crop three to five lower on low- None but the best are here at prices ture or real estate transaction. :: It the northern division and will report lU..t loth eIh.i T, V1 a Menu'i I I I
I tiiakes account inde- "I-- $l.+,"I l'h.ep.u! I 1- : 11trant'; ?,
er cables. CRIMINAL LIBEL CHARGEAGAINST that are astonishingly (low.CONRAD the owner of an to Superintendent C. U. Wakele.v. .. ir ,1 ;
Ox- dependent. In the time' of neoed'or I Conductor U. 1'. Wall ut promoted t". __4lontlUul'd Oil .eurh pag:')__ i :
KIM G GEORGE.[ I i some emergency one has not to 4sjc I the place wade vacant by the tram --------- --- i, ,

l l : for the assistance of friends or rely I fer of Mr.. Carter from the tioutherndivision CHURCH I I

have just : Saffk&n&f I on the help of relatives. It is '1Q i and will repot direct io Superintendent -= 37 DruggbiPHO.St : ;

., PUBLISHED ASSERTION THAT AS anchor to windward a reserve! ftj.ad: W. )''J. McDonald.The i Beach Street ; I .
I both foremen f r ; PRINCE OF WALES THE KING GROCERYCOMPANY whfch may some time prove invalu promotion of Conduct 11-all] P \ Dayton, Florida r., ; I .

able. An account may be> ope:{'"d .s a reward for faithful service .u 1cJ"ns food i J, th. t5aluf' fi f I
We carry the largest assortment WAS MORGANATICALLY MAR with a deposit of one dollar and !!>p- I the employ of the Florida Ea,i I roa'trailway

and ,-* of Prescription goods. in this part i wards on which interest will be paid I ( and is a recognition of tu--! i '
f of the state and are therefore RIED. :at highest: current rat s conipoun;)ed faithfulness and attention to d'.I'-: Our Rubber Goods I'''

': tully equipped to do Prescription LOXDOX. Feb. 1.-.\ prison sentence four times: : ;.t y-tr; .Many of yt ir ehoMti by him; during his: iouri-,.-ii' t
work. Nothing but the very best of one year was today fmpo>ed frt"lldalJd: : ; n..::hbm.-J. halttic: years work for the railway. Its l l..u:.: (c.i ive 1.dJLou: lei j ,ati>.f.! -tin Ije- i tI

chemicals used and we know the upon Edward Mylius after he had \V-. ..' ..u:? Dun direct .f theLi"nT I
f 'PHONE 61.Daytona. count: w.tii l II.> > > cuiiin'ton: with the company .al;>" cause: we puix-uuie (

I. business.Ask been found guilty of criminally libeling wa.t: fur, .1 1 b -; .-1 ft :St, I; r t nJ'iy 1 ir: 'ii,>..t.i.. : reliable Man l ufacturen,. --- ---- ----
your doctor he knows. ; King Ueorge. Ai Lodge .'l'U' lIll.1.,1".: : ,I U ,:.. : i '.> which he is i appointt.l) ..h iui-ludes sickroom ball n'f i i
+ Mylius had published an assertionthat :: : I
'. the king. while prince of Wales, No. 1141 MERCHANTSBANK ; : '. : -..: \ necessaries, awl HANKINS BISHOP RYAN DYING
The ;
Druggist, I ,
was morganatiealbmarrit."d to a B. P. 0. E. : . .1. : :
1 daughter of Admiral Seymour and Meets Every Tuesday ,
Where Volusia Meets Beach. that several children! resulted from Evening. Visiting Feb.! 1.'
. . g. 'ocl.I(! \\ e Will I l i;!;t'itv'hnw yI. 1
Telephone 69 :rue union. Members Invited. :"; I't" k !f.;: 'i- \ -

Anorui-r for > crutyonthlslon. win inK \Iyl.,;, a.t- tr.(1( ''Ill th :.,. . :'.' s o6. T E Fitzgerald, E R AD. McBRIDE President Vice President :- .' '. \ ,, ..Ili (I I>,
:V-M MI In :'\t'a.uln- if .ih< \\ nl rat I at lu- Geo. F Crouch Sec J B CONRAD.
Dully New office Ufortuuiu run uiijUt: '0 'I., 'Il d. _,2: ..r .'. II F N CONRAD. Caster 7
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;: (i:1\ : / GE)' WRAYltiealer ill I .1 T DELAND, THE ATHENS: : FLORIDA 1.] ,

PIANOS and DELAND, ihz cun7scat; of


Concert Tuner is situated 23 miles southwest of

pIA4fs FOR RENT 1 COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the lat-I UNIVERSITY J.O.Vynn's

ter city by an excellent hard-surface
constructed.At Four rpll-KPB and
road recently 6
DELANO.. FLA. T"-(' '' Hcbooli. : dergoing some
DeLand is located the John B. Kijulpnient co t-
rvure that thereLIILUULft I ln( nearly |4u)
... R Oii:: Stetson University one of the leading Kndowment nno. .
', .;., Isonhy_. Capital $100,000Surplus $ ilAAi l The Port Oral
educational institutions of the Faculty of tv Pro-
WOMANSEXCHANGE $50,000 lessors and instructors t is being greatly

Phone 77 for f_ _- __ : Soath. Because of the interest in (cbrlstian .{ application of c,|
ICE CREAM -- :- t n [)Ir.ttm1; tlwt-: HutIidy DeLand is known non-H-oturlan
: educational
MrRRlDE. matters
I -=-- -- ) : t h.. ladleswith A. D. I T"nchlng. f ed over the surl
u quantity. --- \ 1 Ii., IlItI..t mirth.et's. !- President as "The Athens of Flori-t." For Information, -
any i'mthl 0111: !. :M. J. B.CONRAD. of address: 1 : ;
MILLS'European J. II(11111"11. I;) '-01 htidut ,VIce-PretdentS. Stetson University ha a faculty Lincoln Hulley **Now is thel

J..,.... A. WOOD. 50 professors and instructors. There I I'lm.II.LI, .Lltt.D. I)..* Cherry Laurel 1]

CashIerDREKA'S are over $400,000 in buildings and President .;
Restaurant ..'
I I 4L equipment; nearly $300.000 endow-

L. C. DEMAREE.One r- -- fact must be apparen( to the most The ferry
..... By meat; a Carnegie Library alone rep-

.s..1 of Daytona's crowning glories j superfc-ial observer. With such la\"- resenting an investment in building isER1NS? Munich: has beeij

; :. is her incomparable beach. Xo BUSINESS AND j isis wealth! of natural ieauty it became DEPARTMENT! endowment and books, of more than \ hauling: and son

: New Stock Just in atPeck's : one who haj ever set foot upon its I PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS an easy thing fox the hand of STORE 120000. The library is the United Attorney andCounsellor Donald boat y j
the touches
tr-nin to give finishing! for the ra.ssion.
smooth racked sands; no one whoever States Government depository
: Bargain House : 'wihich have wrought out the colors
pedaled a bicycle over Its expans. EVERYTlIINGt State of Florida, and contains over
: 112 South Beach Street.usieui.isi.isisususi. = and outlines of the big picture. at Law Dry Jiveoak
no one who ever drove a TO EAT; 15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one
.......................... ; TO WEAR. Jacob Sspedahi
Man did all; this in jhe laying out with
prancing pair of horses and listened USE'i of the newest of 16 buildings,

.i.I. to the popping of their steel shoes of the streets with the[r wide marginsof TO its furnishings represents an outlayof
.......................... parkuge.. The entire city becomesa Hall is of Will Practice InState
: LING WAR -CHINESE LAUNDRY J upon its asphalturu-like face; no one t UI Rending Room... 60000. Elizabeth one and Mrs \V.V I
2 1U NO. RKACH ST., IMYTOMA FLA. Z. who steered high-power automobile HALLArchitect great park with driveways interim Elevator Service* beautiful college buildingsin FederalCourts
Z IlrfRSHhlrts !:i Night Hhlrts In. ever a I E. S. : the most : enue spent Tu.|
5 White Hhlrts In) Woolen Hhlrt F<) ZZ down the broad stretch of u uwavewashed unit, niiles upon miles of driveways ,.Rest y RoomG.A.DREKA& the South. Port Orange tal
Check Hhlrts N Undershirt* H' Z ,
BuilderXo. ---
2 New Hhlrt! 13 Drawers' H and surf-packed sand : and : j ;*o good as to aUract; motorists CO. The city has a population of about W. C. HowesMr. zJ

5 Hhlrtsrollarntt. 13 Hocks *-rpiilr 3 Z. bus realized that it 2s a world beati i 3"!I pIintto A\- from all over the content.And : 'with settled
llIlIlIdkt'r"hlt'fil = : 3,500 a thickly country
2 Collars or<5ufT* :Ji :S Z : 1 D ELAND/FLA?. I PR LAND, FLA. and Mrs (f
2 Lsdlt'li clothe at corresponding price 2I er, a world-wonder. Go stand upon I DAYTONA. FLORIDA. as for the pavementpave, adjacent DeLand proper is five family.
uu.asisi.isusi.u.u.asisi. S
this wi.le speedway and see The hap- ..I.IU.iIi.iUSu.ISIUSI.I.a.i.Sieisi.iSISISDISIS J, nit'iitsthat look and a.'t like granitei miles east of the St Johns River on

........................ py souls flit by in Joyous mood. and ------ i, wheie else between the eastern 'VoIllsiaCollhtyAbstracLC the high rolling pine land of the WRIGHTINSURANCE Phone 2 wi

.1 answer whether this is not one of and we..." -rn seas are w many mil s "Orange Ridge" of Florida. lag and press
H. C. THOMPSON Agt. I.. "' great .
the seven modern wonders. i. U in proportion' ; to inhabitants? The predominating products are

: LAM ENGINESHUl'MOIilLES[ :1 i: W. C. dOWNING M. D. : I hat t'1lJ"lt question stands with the ( ._ and the estimated The launch
I The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River. j : oranges grapefruit .
[ o I Ii-rt Fish l'n>sid.-nt AGENCY C. I cCJanaban.'as .
: General Medicine and : street 1 j.s one of the Chief drawing from this vicinity being over
iixlls. Heentury .
D. -
: Demonstration Given at Any Time. : Where think you is water with more :: Obstetrics : I ( irds. Till some unteard of placeiports 'lIry and Treua. 300,000 bons hiS year. Grapes, .\\ badly dam.|

I I1INI I K: t2Issa..i.asnsisisi : pic-tures'iue: : surroundings? Nearly a last October aiJ
: and
more heater, Daytona
um.-< Houri.fct 1 ) )USII mile wide fringed with tropical vegetation : Over Kodak Place. Phone 39. UISISISISISISISI 1! ciiroiva down the gauntlet! to the Abstracts Furnished strawberriesand DC Laud, Florida undergoing rep.
S Titles'Perfected plums, pecans, guavas,
....8..S..... I artistic cottages with roomy .ISISSISISUSUSgS1SlSISg0SIOISIeU | v or Id. and other fruits are grown in plenty.In boat yard, has]

verandas: looking out upon her bosom Squirrels Flowers Birds and Fruit. r class conditionto
i JACOB ESPEDAHL E the of public improvements
food fishes in countless numbers and Insured her aj|
sjamey I !i \Vh,*,tcvone's, shtTtconiiugs and ,
Contractor and Builder U are many miles of fine shell roads an
!: beckoning, as: it were to thosewith : I Tints and
: f.uue'.er indifferent callous :Maps
Designer and CraftsmanHuHTlntrliili : RAWLINGS : o even excellent high school electric lights, I -
J. E.
DR. ,
Dr. J CVolusli H
| "un..tru'lh.n! ol I'.llIMliitfs 0 rod snd reel;her bosom flecked : ("it-! m.tv he to many Uii'nffs:' the mere !51u prints Huppli I
S U of waterworks that is owned
riiinunil system
: 1"'lIklltion. a
| : Ave 1
N on short Nolle. With duck and coot and siowyi I: Physician and Surgeon : I i tui: -rh.l: 11 "flowers' and squirrel I'f.LAND, FI.l.: I and BEST
: DAYTON KLoUIDA. : winged sea birds which sic about as : and operated by the city supplyingthe
i I .!mils! ; .ind fruits"vih send a thrill;
.......................... if for he sport of bobbing upon the :: i "HIfK" ; ti\"Ki; : K'..< M'' \K 1'1.\" KThou. : : t'l.u; I 13: ref.ected: rn ---- s.:
a 5S houses cf that Conn. who
Nine testify ,
worship spticity
.... ..................... sHltch; that }lubberly" old I UE5I5OlSI5ISI I .t mid l prlcfc-'d i ears. BONDLUJ'lBER For Florida .
a .ISI5I3I5KIEMsISIsSisIsisRemiusisU5U5 DeLand is a church-going commu- .n oinpaij
white headed pelican pouch a fat ,
j For e.'el')' visitor: wuh a spare goo- FARMS
--- -- -
: OSCAR MICHAEL Methodists rived rue.sii.xv,
: nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, -
mullet, and that fish hawk strugglingupward
| thi-.v. i U COMPANY
I "'I" a bunny ready to come
: (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES Pelt"CtiLun ulij 1
: ;
CONTRACTOR with his floundering load he UI
S i did awept; your gift., lie will sit bolt MiinuiacturtTs of
: snatched from the water D. D. & C. M. ROGERS : j Christians and Catholics, TIMBER or the D. : Filling and GradingHeavy : |1111'i'| !;;!it and knaw i-atu/ the meat LUMBER fl,'
See the beautiful: launches spick besides colored Baptists and Metho- TRUCK
S Hauling a Specialty. E Civil Engineers I caatiiK furtive saucy. glances at you LATH been oil MM
dists, are represented.The
S Ua ,and s piubifli: hampers and lockers; I ;i iiitMnwhilej SHINGLES LAND .

.-.-.-.....a.- ...........-.-.-... bulging with refreshments both solid : DAYTONA, FLA. : I j (Flo'.vrj.( Usually fresh and bloom- MOULDINGS graded school offers a ten :St-aU for Bargain .or tin 1t.

( ,I.m i\j1 ,i) '.!XX\XX and liquid, ready for a cruise upon th S l-.tlllll1..h",1: .5;.;;. 5U I years' course, and the building whichit wlH-et to;; ekrn I ini|
:.ns the 'round retnin.rd !- Ag.nts:
S ; year you are he I K.rimed
( beautiful surface. Take out your field .I.I.RII1ISISISISISISISI1ISSISISSISISIIUSRSISISI. Musury's; Paints occupies is newly furnished::
M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. I of Goldsmith's couple' where Harold Hooting"; II GOULD-[ I t III" .I! -.1 -.
.claao and the river from throughout and is one of the most
seep --- - - -- -- 'Vhlt'hulll"'uU'litJo:11
I Miiilin! spnng:' its eja/Iiest visit pai withl ,,
:, MILLINERY f fAre Oruioud bridge to l'once Park : Dorado PII..t'rH'or commodious and best equipped:: pub iu1
i I And: summer's lin ,erins blossom h'C Hay Brick I WOOTTEN[ co Sifin ;il |
Uijt.t hous>('. then say whether the I S U ; Huud Hand Brick.DkLAND : lic schools in the State. on ii i
-V I Showing Fall Styles | E. L. STEWART : are delayed. (. v.h"'in II. uttOliii.
Halifax uu't a thing of beauty and I: I : FLA. : The trip from Daytona to DeLand
No. 8 Beach St.. Daytona. Fla. '! U Physician and SurgeonS SS | In on" yid roses ol varigated, hue", hiLAND, FLA .; ....-.0
a joy forever and one of the modern .. U I is made by automobile in a little
S|) I alt utloii to illvifM" ot til- I :olliuatl ; another household hasa ..
II.lt. .i! ii Oi
x.I\ >(!A.. \ i V.ond;;j. U KKur.: TliriMt und No.sulli..'" SS I' over an hour and there are many | ,
111',1 -slii-iif| :.Miunolli: \fiHK'. ::ir !.@ \!,( .!) The U door v>.,it of P. O.. tH.'plion.. si.OrtUf premises aflame another id hid- pretty drives in the vicinity of the THE
Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge- ; rre !
: hours: \it a. in. to'.*. p. iii.SISISIIISI I site. A road leads to
Attorneys at Law county good
East Florida I wood. cen ill a jungle of .toll: cane. Varietyi GORDONOARAGE
.IS.UISISISISISIISI.I.I..sI.I.ISR.I.Io.S Practicing/ In all DeLeon five miles, a historic
i i-, the spice of life and here is where Htute and "". tl. nil I Springs

; Telephone Company | Uidg'juocd avenue I Is upon the crestof I >ou find it.birds. Hpoclal Courts facilities for i spot, where 60,000 gallons of water

a broad ridge. straight as the crow investigating and bubble from the earth every minute.
S a The flit ill. and witUi their

Connections at Daytona ilies and the wide spreading branches i: DR. F. H. HOUGHTON : joyous notes help to give fullness txrfuetlnt DE-LAND' FLA.SMART titles. I From DeLand automobiles go south The

| of 'he! heavy-trunked live oaks ex- : to Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and DeLandHeadquarters
: ::lId sjninitiry to the picture. I
for Long Distance Points I: tend their gallt! arms across the uiaymticeM. marl roads; the St.Johns is crossed by

'tta.: forming an arch ami !: DentistB : I .\s for fruits choice citrus fruits { XBLY ferry near Ob teen and cars can then for Ti
H. C. 011I1" in IWk Blork I I Havfina) > :thIs! Uje'palu.: to none for AutomobilesAOKNTFOR
THOMPSON Mgr. from these: extended arms great tetooiio *' ", Isaac A. Ht.'wart continue to Sanford and Orlando by
i S PIIO.NK: ::! \\ < m"1 !) of Spanish moss sway, as the SOESISI.I.as1.I.IS1SII.I.IS i finality ana quantity per acre. There Mary E {ford NtewuirtAttorneys Hly hard road. There is a shell road ;:
r .re scores of citrus groves in prox-
Maxwell Touring
trado winds from the trop-.t: seas I at Law from DeLand to Orange City five
1'J !-\.eJl.X!) .m 'tnity to the (city branches bendingto
\!- fan them. Looking straight ahead .B.B.BBB.B9B.B.B.B.BB. :in
1: H. T. McCLELLAN -Jown this: white shell :street: one has : T K.: KUUrnlil; K. K. hut.'.. : I! lotions the etth;:gclden with globes their which burdens for of Di:r.\S 0. "1.\. to Lake Helen a like distance.

the impression of a fairy path with. I
: FITZGERALD & OATES : l.e.iuty. proflicacy and all desirable
4 Mill Work iriMi draperies but as ) ou move I
: f, 'long' and cast an eye first to the : Attorneys and Counsellors at LawS : i 'qu.ilitK: would truly astonish you. J.A.ERICKSON. BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO. : I Arthur (i. Mnniltn
S : | < < ml I Kifiliti for KMIIIIIIIIIIXanil : : and' lOyal P. Huml1nHAMLIN
Write or ask him about anything right: :: and then to the left you :see i idistinguished N (IVif.. dill:: l.an.l Titl s 5 The Fastest Autos The Finest Manufucturi r*

: you want made of wood Every-I% cottage homes in the J: oiln-' .' inronnul Itumi ding.; "I'lioiif UN : II Out. & co. Light Granite, Buff, Red anti l I

thing the best. most delightful settings. SISIIISISISISISISISISISISIDR. Largest: stock of Drab Brick
The S"I nth world wonder do
i you
Pianos and
: See '.b.) glistening leaf of the grand --- ; Lan:.. Cniuii-lt\.\ In-ur. .. Prompt Hhlp-
J< I l .t'k? Ccme whether from Missouri &
Fhone'123 Machines
North Ridgewood Ave. :.) ., \.i--' )!AM) Sewing nitutwilt. "-' for 1 lloolvl. t and l'ilcv.L.KE :..
,... _._._.._._ ....iJ.I magnolia which nature has varnishedas I or fro'a Maine ffoa Kalamazoo or 1"\01l1h.f Jnc'nnvillr I IIKI.KN.. :' FLA.
: = '-= '.-.=!;-,...)=!-,.."..,..I '" .. artist's brush could and < DKLAXD. "1.\. HAMLIN
no ever J. P. ESCH
; ; i. 1':nmbucto. and yotj will be "shown.:'

the cabbage palms with their burdens :, Physician and Surgeon :i Here is where the' world's record for I LAKE HELEN

11111111 [ PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE of i-ho>vy fruit and swaying pallia; y nliiiuln. I'ri'-. tiLt ii h .u..... ooutti of speed is broken wKh every recurringeason. ALLEN'SXi Surrounded by several pretty lakes Attorneysand

see the lovely holly with it* esquis- 5M.: .:. I.hll..h.l om") ', ii.mr. 1 12! tim :' p. .' .Autos thp biggest the fast- I
y> in..11..7 I'lioiH-.., I and guarded by lofty pine trees is
Ho bt 1'') ; see the climbing vinesi p. in. hAYTo.VVlADAS' : to PoatOlflc. Counsellorsat
m.wlI.: I c>t. and the finesi ire on daily parade Lake
i' Helen winter LawJIF.L
a resort of
ir the
trees the
un ; see crypoainxt ..... ........ and the big how is as free as DRUGGISTS I
pr.-tty littU-village m.- '!- : } '.!J!j@o: 4 little importance. Camp Cassadaga,
PORT ORANGE[ forms which gain a foot- I
situated flw milesM.uthof the pure artesian, water from the JEWELERS I a spiritualistic
Daytouiionthe hold I.ll the great oaks and i53at:) >'lyp.tiims. l :!.> ., :!.> i.o '. i uiousduda: of flowing welLs. ItS; a camp-ground is situ- _\ )', FLA.
HOUSES : and DF.LAND, "'I ,\. ated near Lake Helen and at this
; : surely lOU will join in I
DaytonuNcwMnyrna ontnaous: show with coiujtaiitlnif.a
: a >
hard sur- ;I II ,ilhe chnu and say that this is a I POOL PARLOR : I place several hundred people make
i I
f.ico road th.-scenichighway world coder for beaut. | winter headquarters. A large lumber '
Fred Cummings | NOW OPEN. .!'. G. W. Fisher fOUNTAIN'S"IDsLSNb
!: from 2-horse
of tin- Fist t SOt a j mill and the largest brick plant in

t'oast. The town IslocuttHlonthf Owner and Manager! Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage Clean and Warm and I power up tla 20M-hoT3e power and Drug Co. the South arc located at Lake Helen. FL.\

11:a II- Homes.No A Good l Place to Rest I J1 degrees of spttd from a canter
fax It h't'r. unit .li ; Drugs Stationery. ORANGE CITY
connected with thrpeninsula ""I f ;<) a tvvo-uiile-a-ninute| clip. You will Huyler's Candies | ClothingFurnishingsj
: Play Pool Now ,f ,
PORT OUKGE I one of Daytona's attractions oiobably catch when The
thp! spirit, principal attraction
opp* slt-- ; Checks Given ; ;yo I Kodaks, Cigars i around F
l>ya brldQo.Thf (perhaps commands more nearly urn- till the roads and :.the beach are DKL.VND." .' Oran-'.e City is the many handsome Shoes jI'i.UL
town I- ",.,11 BEACH versa! attention and prahse than docs |'_Myrtle Ave. and Beach St. i TMV i Florida sun hiie is fre",'ours'l golden orange groves. The town is __

laid out. ami l ltis. Lots for Sale. the an.stic cottages. The owners of .!-\.M- ... . ... ., hyii.l. .I !, iKtlmy Ocean bre ,zet are free the j !supplied with water said to be the
many j>n tty ltoiii.'i.A ,,
large; numlx-r of these 'harmingilia.:; hail from every !':-rus: and squirrels and flowers are I A. H.H fOODAIL purest in the world another attraction :

tourUts and wlnt,Tre Liberal Allowed Terms for corner d the country and they bring ............................ .:.. e. tie: spurklint fountain water ia I; to visitors. It is at Orange City I

>ldont: 11111.... Port IMPROVEMENTSOcean I their: own architectural plans and : When You Are Looking for : '. :'< e and you wi iQ have to go down j The that passengers! over the Florida East .'

Ornnsfwlutorh'adqunrters. or River build upon theta> and. as the arch-: + :.1"< voiir wallet* only for coin for1 Leading Coast Ry. transfer to and
Some One Do carriages
: to
of tin- I.
ene I '
cturv of one section of the couii'rdii'i'era .
several" attraetl.nsbeing FISIIINGt'onv.ni .' ;.LO, and bed and! board GROCER drive to Belaud. The town is surrounded I

the e\c, 11ut UlvIJ1t.! 11.:1'.our.' ut tonto...-. ; : from the architecture ot tn- Th.j: ;is t.o fanciful pivturtIt'b; ; all; | I by land peculiarly adaptedto
iu.il I'::''d:.;... oCher :;0 do oar homes differ :in Electrical \Work j DKLAXD FLA.
n>hlnt\! j !)l.i ... It ii dratig[ other thousands ] the cultivation of citrus fruits. j : i..
outward and structural
.\ short distance appearance j
\VM'CIHOWES i ,>:,J :IH.'CJ:IIg-! thfU.1 ciii hmrailcml. it Will -j -- - -:::-=-.::--" ==----_------- --
west: )f Port Iiran.zart '' beauty from one another. There are
the r..mullor Port (_iu.uige.ut- :,:.t K.; t.Port no monotonous rows of strikingly : PHONE 14. ( ..:IH: :aid hold yju: \ (l' }llle and s..e.I' :...................................................:

the old Duuluwtoii .
similar build'ngs; but the it -
eye, as

sugar:; Js mill Visited a eX'-ry pl.ictthat I Orange swoe.0by.! i is treated to a kaleidoscopic !JFORLAWlJ "From the Grove to the Table"INDIAN i THE DAILY NEWS

year It)' hundr.-d of change which keeps the mind !

tourl!>t One ttifliutlthecountrYWtst- OUSTER( CO. wondering, "What next?" RIVER GRAPE .

D. Iit PONTUrowr I It is no, only the exterior of manyof THE ELECTRICIAN. | FRUIT AND] ORANGES : :

of Port Oran-. ur- ; und Deal-r''I tshe...s homes whtch rivets Gro<*n on the Halifax. .

mill rounding was u vast the old tudlgo OYSTERS andCLAMS I tion; wi'.h.c they are models of atten convenience : Best Prices Best Work *J The finest quat ty of fruit for sale ; : Gives Away to' some three persons whose :

and !sugar cane Pt.OrnniT -Diivtor I IWM. and the finishing; and furnishing : NORTH BEACH STREET : in single' boxes or car lots. Special : names were mentioned in the :

plantation.The mill jive evidence of the eleganceand attention; paid t; filling' orders. 1

was operated extensively cultivation of those who workedit :.......eI .................: :A I : Every Day previousday'spaper . :
In those early C. HOVES' ---- --- -- ---- MUNROE STEVENS .

days but bus been tadbu. all out. Indeed. it is the interior U I I S I S I S 1 5 I S I S I S I S I S IS..l5 GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. : : C

.... arrangement and artistic furnishingand a
years.A for. forty ormty Real Insurance Estate shading more than the exterior :S JOHN P POLLITZ s. Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. : Four Tickets to the Crystal :

very interestingdrive : I appearance;: that gives a surpassing S U - - n_ __ : Theatre and a'Merchandise :

from Dayton-i I NOTARY PUBLIC charm to Daytona homes. This feature : Suchard Chocolate . . .
is l>y ocean u-ach I 2 :!.> UI5 ' k:!' :!.>.!-':!.>:!jjj
justly merits prominence : Order for 25 centslonjsome: :
to the approach ol L Port Orange. Fla. as another : 5 and lOc Cakes mBBBBBB GITTENS l.J MESSING f L .
Port uraimtbridge wom'er. S
the I i iII :
; acro.. th.' S I S I.I. .fl S BB.BMcDonald's ..' ". -- i ti. h'. I.. I.!)!. :. \ i0. : : local store. : : : : : : : ::-u

bridge and t h.. n. S. G. MART1Merchandhe I I Streets and Pavements the Most .......................... r" r.) Fresh: Fish f .. ..

passing!! through: th. and Best. .
principal tre.'t of I : Boat Yard ; 'lU !!& Clams I 'a, --.-.. I'

Fort Orange to th' [General Why th-* Architect of the Universe U Litablishcd: 1903 I I .

ruin of the .;. 10-- I I chose to give: Daytona the most admirable I CHAS. M. MCDONALD f':(,pc.or: J; i., and Rose Bay Oysters 11 I : Watch for them your| name maybe : l JIIII' :1

lirattil, old sug: i" the ; ; Market Ssuth) : :
rotumliu tItoytonaby > I most pcturesque natural : Railways. Boats Built. Repaired jf on Beach Street .
I b.- ro.ul Port Orange. Fla. setting" of all the cities of the South S and housed. U I i Phone 5 : Prompt Delivery : next. : "

the inaialand. Is not revealed, but that such is a. U e .
on i : ,
SiSIS5i5.Eei0Tenf .
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.e I II Th Factory System .
Red I The factory system began with the II PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA r
Related to
Okapi, Introduction of machinery It i LJ: thor- .

O Ri DA L The Giraffe, Coming to America all oughly like modern it in antiquity there being or even nothing in the at I HOWEAND I NEW SMYRNA miles south is situated of Daytona fif ORANGES

I II I middle ages. It began with tbg, Invention I and is an ideal spot reached If you want the
c I of the loom by Arkwright. about from Daytona by a hard surface road v.T*' iie st Orange
.r' < :I CURRIERFLORIDA t of the most uppiy nt
1775 and was! at first wholly confinedto winding through one picturesque I
STETSON I parts of Florida. Point Grovefor
'" the cotton manufacture. Jls
mechanical -
With its ancient dating back
.'K !la nd I n-
UNIVERSITY : indention and discovery,! advanced to a time when the history of man I tl lain!ti\..Orange', '
J.' O. Wynn's boat the Wynnsome ,:; '; '. and other industries were born LANDS runneth not interlaced with wiresof the l hest In the

Four DKLAND." FLA. II, is at McDonald's boat yard undergoing ; the factory system broadened ou; along NKW: HM\K\\ the modern telegraph and tele state
Oollegeg and 6 phone, its miles of shell streets as Grove situated llm.
alterations.The with
T.'hnlcal tichool. : some '" them until finally it was the FLORIDA I
equipment .:.. hard and smooth as a floor and overarched from Daytona on
ro.ttng dominating feature of the comDiunlty I the DaytonaNewSmyrna
nearly Hoodoo. .. I M. LEIDERSDORF by hoary forest giants that Road.
Endowment lauo juo. Port Orange-New Smyrna roads I II Exchange Resident Agent grew in stately grandeur during the I
Faculty of 40 ProT II I Prices Moderate
frssors! and J n- \ being greatly improved by a fresh I' History Made Palatable.. Town and lapse of bygone centuries New FERD

strnctors.but non-RwtarUn Christian application of oyster shell distributed Joseph Salvador the French historian Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNProprietor

For Information Teaching. : over the surface. .'.",. ., I II and Jules Sandea!!. a novelist Property and rest. l

address: r All nature here is very inviting to
Lincoln *Now is the time reception
Hnlley. planting
.. the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
*n. i> Utt.>4 : Cherry Laurel live fence. Box 89. the respective places which they occupied -
LL.. I -'
L) I R. 5. MALfYI too is to be found the best fishing and
President -: 46.12t ... In the world of letters.
I "The of hunting in the state of Florida.
orJ. reading history Is like a pillIt I

: The ferry boat Yankee Dood'e.vuich : -... i needs the sugar coating to Slake: It : GeneralHardware The people are thrifty the busi !

J. V. PERKINS : has been receiving an overhauling !I' palatable." argued the novelist ness men enterprising and all unite I
Ah.. but It Is the Ingredient which
in the welcome hand of
.' : and some fresh paint a.tIc- extending
:' (cures not the coating remarked! the
Donald's boat yard, is again in com- 1 historian. hospitality to strangers. There are
Attorney and i five church edifices for white
LI.ssion. peopleand
: let us divide honors, said
Counsellor Supplies an equal number for the colored
-- Bandeau. "for If It were not for my
at Law Dry liveoak stove wood for sale. sugar coating your historical facts Furnitureand population; the town has an excel-

1 Jacob Sspedahl, So. Ridgewood Ave ,. would dry on the shelves." lent high school. a splendid public

50-6t library, aad up-to-date business L
1"-; ,
\ ':
) UndertakingNew !
Will Practice InMate i . Tolstoy's Intensity. houses.
. .. :
and '1 "", Mrs. W. W. Carter of Volusia avenue ' .. 4, wr.yCga. t3 ai.i. .'a.'y. ..... <- ..:. ._: Everything In Tolstoy's character, SmyrnaTHE There are any number of pretty
FederalCourts :r spent Tuesday with friends in says a Russian writer attains titanic _
{ homes for the
permanent population
proportions. "As a drinker he absorbed
Port Orange taking dinner with Mrs to the Museum of Natural! History Inew York ulll soou
which numbers close to 2,000. and
t fantastic quantities of liquor. As a +
W. C. Howes and also calling upon opportunity of looking at specimens of the oka pi. an animal
.. VISITORS gambler he terrified his partners by some very fine winter residences. STATHANKNEff
DiLAND FLA. )lr. and Mrs. C.1.. Milburn and that hunters who have visited Its native haunts In the Kongo
the boldness! of his play As q soldier There are good hotels and boarding
family. region have not seen It. Even Henry M. Stanley, who first heard of be advanced OCEAN HOUSE tiM
to bastion the
gayly four' houses where you can find accommo-
It. the strange beast was unable to get eight of one though he spent! years In bastion SMYRNA 5
death at :Sevastoi: l. and F. W. SAMSPROPKIKTOK dations to meet
WRIGHTINSURANCE Phoue 2S will call for jour cleaning the African Jungle. The natives told him about the "red headed horse" that there he made dying men laugh at his your requirements. I IJOi1N
and pressing. tf BURNETT. had a body like a giraffe's; and the legs of a zebra. When Stanley returned to witty sayings. lie surpassed everyone : Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a President T. HAMMOND

f civilization he published these stories and caused considerable! excitement by his prodigious! activity In sportas Rates: section of vegetable land as can be GtO BRANNING '
f c The launch Virginia owned by S. among scientists and naturalists. Sir Harry Johnston went to Africa In lr+tU> well as in literature" found anywhere This land has been t'llt-lllrf t ti

AGENCY 1 C. McClanatan, of Seabreeze which for the London Zoological society and spent many months in the Kongo region $3.00 per Day divided into small farms which can I Transacts i
was badly damaged in the storm of He was unable to get sight of the okapi but he bought a portion of a skin and Agriculture. Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Someof

f -- last October and has recently been II I two skulls from natives. He later made another trip to Africa and saw one No other human occupation ooens so Week the finest celery grown in the state General I I

DeLand Florida r undergoing repairs at McDona'd'* of the animals alive though he was unable to kill or capture It. lie made; wide a field for the profitable and J Kxill.: .'nt Huntingand is raised on this land All other vegetables Banking f
such an accurate description of It however, that he gave his name to the agreeable combination of labor; with Fishing Business _
boat yard has been put in first I i grow in abundance, and here,
Two the New York Museum of Natural History sent an _
animal. cultivated Ere
: years ago thought as agrlcultute NEW: I'OMY: RNA Per Cent. Interest i
class: condition and will be delivered too, is the home of the famous Indian 4
S OLDESTLARGEST expedition to the Kongo and a cablegram has Just been> received Raying that long the most valuable of all arts will I"LOIUII.-\ on Time I Deposits
to her owner at Seabreeze today.Dr. I I River
specimens of the male the female and the calf okapi have been killed and be the art of deriving a comfortable oranges.
r the skins and skeletons shipped to New York. Trees and shrubs have also subsistence from the smallest irea of .I.It&
J. C Herman. Osteopath. 20 I I
been shipped and the animals will be mounted In a lifelike manner and will land.-Abraham Lincoln
and BEST r Volusii Ave., Daytona Phone 40. tf i ir till-
I be shown as thy appear in their native jungle.Teaching
g r 1 !I i ...................................4................. illflLit!
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Norman I* Hope of Hartford.E i .. .........0......

t P Conn., who spent last winter in this I II Fine Stream of Water. : R. H. MCDONALD; *
For Florida :Mrs Ittmutt .' lawyer was hit with The Co.

FARMS .'.-arrived !i I husbandlio friends in Itooton: : to' move,: through to the eountrj.elaware and .t MEATS .* I Joseph Zapf I

GROVES Petersburg here he has been for i! didn't }et along at '! i ii struck a three acre> firm not I t :
TIMBER or R the past six weeks. lie has many i the lol.mtl took I mile's from S\\lrllllu"n' lIe I Florida and Western. : .

TRUCK friends here and at his mail has ,': no loii.tr;: :'till one rt..l the advertisement, recall .0, The Choicest Steaks I' Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor :
been coming to Daytona for a weekor her in to the ; the convenience which the! : and :

LAND more they were Lout to have a I I 'Confound it. \ I and was sluhtlj di-ippouit( I i The Primest Roasts : .* house in Florida. Sole distributors for :.
send for Bargain cooked better (wife"A! .
Hhret tot search/ warrant issued fo linn whenhe
I i door you fro I l i iI recall.' he said to the owner T 1" |':'Knitus' .limt you want :and >\.' : Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer :
fortunately turned up and relieved I ... .
I you $:::1.1 a luonth to it fur rc-ut. ",'oU advertise a : will ud-avotowsthatyvuttt.Photi :
THE GOULD- their fearb. Mr. Hope is strpinimwith I i IlUe." I of water on the I place. 1 i, t::! : Special attention is called to the : T
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Mr and Mit Joseph' Healing "
l "Look lieit' **
on South Palmetto avenue with '"Don talk handle bit POULTRY _
you i work that pump( a : : .
whom he and his wife were located I You jt's: }<>lUbt'r I i : I I see as tine a stream a> everI .
Tit :i'i! 'r\oul I. :t\" \ouidiM\ 'r i til' *
I II r KAN II. FLA last season. Mn Hope is still in I like jour tone o" : I I -.l up) \ou'ie not expecting' : l., tt.r i ilinu. xoii h.i\" (.t, _. ttnu Jtil : Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. : Lii-

eV Hartford, but will probably jon: Mr i trash for vo' to I 'du< tioii of Niagara: falls are ,' lIlOKt to . .
I take [0' I month'tits ........................4.........
j me your $Ki '
C THE Hope later in this c.itj a .................... .....


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ClothingFurnishings a' Kahki Hammocks.t


Porch Swings;:; i

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A'ti'ATslI THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS ................................................... .i Ll
Peninsula Variety
Published every evening except ?in- i--

Ii { day, from December 1 to April 1, by Store I WE SELLAutomobile i : <

DAYTONA BEACH.IFLA. : accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of : .: .
T. E. FITZGERALD Editor. .
Exceptional Monyiavlng'aln
: : lubricating oils on the market. .
C. S. HARRIS City Editor. In : i. oJ
I ADVANCED STYLES. HARRY L. ROOD, Adv. Manager Enamel Ware .

GEO. F CROUCH Superintendent. Japanese ChinaLaces i WE REPAIR r1 .: L.

I Entered as second class matter i . .
| Full Line of Panamas i : : Automobiles of all makes and in condition. S .
I IA I December I, 1910, at the po=toffice Ribbon:; any S Greatly

at Daytona, Florida, und'er Act of SIde.
Opposite We bster's(;rocery Store I : 0Z .
March 3, 1879. 0I
Seabreeze ;'LVC.I .

I tANTHONYS1!I: N... 44I......N........................:....;;; ..1 Ii Central Auto Garage. i I I eI .
., I. : Summer AdZ ll

8.1..."..............................................; Complete Machine] Shop I i.. ......+8......o0N.0.ONNNNN....N..N...N 0.; 1 :........
: Clarendon d 6 Co C
..................................................... I Garage g REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS BY : ------..;
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I i By Rail and River. t. OPPOSITE HOTEL CLARENDON, SEABREEZE, FLA. ..* Toast Your Bread ;in 2 Minutes i. T:

: AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. TO Phonraii iJN !; ". : i I i -

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i Allselected deS
R Best-Service folhe East The auvilliary yacht, N'ethla. owned I AND IRONS t

Leave Jacksonville...... ..... 7.0:; a.m. byV.. W. Kenyon, of Brooklyn N r.x t fro!
!Palmetto Limited. /Arrive. Knvannah...... ..........HJB a.m. Y., which has not bean: in commission : *
Augusta.................. 6.to p.m. IS CAUSED for help used tS tj
the three has
past years
DAILY. Carrying& through Coaches, Charleston 4.S7
......... ... .. p.m. t
Richmond. 4JB>a.m.
recently been overhauled at :\IcDon.ald's with all the
Etectric-Lirhted Pullman Drawing& Room Washington __....._... H.OIt( a.m. J. B. GARRISON. The Electrician. Phone 71 .
Sleepers, Dining& Cars. Jacksonville to "., Baltimore \1.14\a.m. boat yard, where she has beenin finest Chef

New York. 44 New W. Phlladt'lpbla..I1.York..... 150:::>a.m.p.m. ROBBERS. storage, and prepared for a long N 0.O ..;
cruise down the CQist.Ir.\ and SummerConcede
Sew York and Florida Special. o Pally Except Hunda,. No..!kl .
Description of this pjpulnr train dt" Luxe.Thl Leave Jacksonville..... ............. I.lOp.m. Mrs. Kenyon are expected to arrive ........
Havnnnah 5.ta today and will leave shortly on a
train consist of Pullman Drawing ........ .............. .' p.m. f
Soon, State Room.HUpplng, lIning and LI- I Charleston ":5 p.m. three months' cruise, far '
going a6
nTmry-Oberrvatlon cars, heated by steam, .................... ;
.qalpped with the nw htgh-spet'd brakes and I Washington 10.25:! a.m. south as Long Key. w........>tr
te brilliantly lighted throughout by-l-ctrlc- I Baltimore........ ..... .. ......11.37 a.m. s Manufacturers 01! It.
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fly, peclal light being provided for each West Philadelphia 1.46 p.m.
berth affording perfect comfort In writingor L | ROUGH and CYPRESS LUMBER
for reading at night. \ Sta.,7th AveM.82d Bt..... 3.M p.m. Feb. 1 In American History. ; .
Laths. Shingles. Flooring Ceiling, Brick Line and Cement in Stock . .
Florida and West Indian Limited. / Leave Jacksonville. ._ 0.15a.m. 1S73-Commodore Matthew Fontaine : tsfflcantl Yards: KubtCoabt Ktttl...aand Orange Avt- .
Arrive Ravenna ...... _....... 1.20! p.m Maury. veteran of the Confederateand .
Auirueta 6.5(1( 'Phone 83. R. MALBY i
p.m- Manager U
DAILY. Carrying[ & Through Coaches, Charleston. 5.40 of the United States navies / .
E3ectric: -Lighted Pullman Drawing Room .". Washington Richmond........................... ""i.WK.m.. (la.Ul.p.m. SERIOUSLY INJURED WHEN died: born 1SOO. :...................................................: ..

Sleeping Cars, Dining& Cars. Jacksonvilleto 44 Baltimore( .lo.tn a.m. 1803-United States flag raised over .
I \\'. Philadelphia........ : : SPECIAL TRAIN GOES DOWN! AN -
lS.2Jp.ii the town ball at Honolulu. T
New York. \ New. York. ........... .. IJJlI p.m. I : 999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 x : >
1909-President ElectV. II- Taft formally .
t Coast Line Florida Mail. Leave Jacksonville ..')." p.m EMBANKMENT.LIME opened the I'acific end of the .

DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches Arrive.. Charleston KavHimah..t 5.tti?C'i: 11.11I.. ROCK, Ala., Ftb. 1-A :Memphis I I Panama canaLASTRONOMICAL 'i ii hi I .1

and Electric-Lighted Drawing Room I 41" \Richmond\.""hlll ton .. ........ ..11." .ui" "'p.l.1..1II... I anl1'Xt;>w York special un the i I EVENTS. i i | | That Sewing 1 White Hell
Sleeping& Cars. Jacksonville to New York. 44.. Ii lit lallort'. ............ 1//U.UI. i' .
I Stops at Meal Htntion.. 1t'. Philadelphia .... :.t.Alta! .!II. southern Railway was: wrecked near (From, noon today to no.HI tomorrow.! : n Th Pttnc
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Local Sleeper Jackconvllle to Savannah. \ New york. 7.1:$ nt.No. here the morning, the whole! train, Sun set 5:14.;: rises 7:03: :;: moon sets 'j I S Palm IJ.-nrh I>J
7:48 p. m.: S a. m.. pllllI'th'reury: : at : .
Ilmllllli Best Trains to the West.. except the engine I leaving the: rails: greatest elongation: west from sun: angular : Machine I .. SarjT

and turning over as it rolled downan distance. :!:.; degrtys; IS minutes. :
I liii II No. ft. South Atlntie Limited o.tI. I : Nor. embankment. rIUOIIoa.
Route .
311111<1 ar, 5.lIt1\11'.1> Constf'lIations'isllJle. Sao:: t p. m. durIng
I Benjamin Jenkins, of Chat ancoga, February: On'rl.lcuri] a. (;-ui-

8.15"pm I.,.......Jacksonville. .. Ar'' H..Ji: pin x 1 1i: JlIII 11.\ Jack..uuvtlle..lr, 1'JI'am t Tenn., and William Billings! of New lnl, Taurus; north. Urs Minor: north i "' 1.I.!I...IS
1.J8IiDl -\r \t1antll Lvbt.:7pin; .iio'lIl11 :IAr fac-I
Monttonirry..in' .
If.to put Ar..l.oul.vlil .. L. \ a.toaat. I'.l: i put Ar. .Blrlll'nglaUI1.'; 1.\ IC..J"I'III I\alpm York were killed. One other pw- east. Ursa Major.\ Canes VenatM: i; of yours were in your husband's .
IJXiamr. .. lIUIIIIIIIII(.IIo.! 1.\ .J.I1I111! .. '.\r .. I Leo Leo :Minor south .
.JIII'III a'hIIIo' .1." "!:!:'illm east. Ca IK-IT:
.. senger was fatally: injured and
8.t Ar..IIIt"lnllllti .L .. ..
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plu \r. t'all'III.: .
1.10 aID Ar...... ('hkllgo... .J.\ tl.r)ll'm I 7.kitnn'Ar..i.t.leui..l.v' .LV IC.ldllll1I tartnul were seriously; injured.It !. I east hydra Arp; :Navi.x': south. C'anis: : tory, hefd use a Westinghouse Electric : :
I l! ii.a'null.lr.: ......( hlcmgo..Lv::; tI.I'11I1II. ; Inner MumiucertsCattis \Iijor. C.' ii in- .
is believed the train was
ba. Lepus. Orion: soutl!, west Fluvius j Sewing Machine Motor to run it. I .
I. i wrecked by robbers, who had placedobstructions .
1Vo e4.1 Dixie flyer Route Xu, w. I I L N0. b=. I Seminole I Limited : No. sat. I Eridanus.] Cetus; wt'st.rit.. Pises; r-
on the track, but who I .
northwest. I'er.ete..lnltrmtrll. Cas.I Why don't ? ;
.... .. became frightened at the extent of;i you 1 .
1 8.Xipm I. Jlu'k!>on\'lIh- \r 7Uam ". II'IU 'Lv .JII"k..ollilt'. \r .JI.alll sioj>eia. Cepteus. ItriKh't; stars visible i .c rU

-:; 10.ffipin 7Aam: Ar..Wztvero.:::: : ; ".::.iv.Lc: k,9itpnt 5.i.tant: :: ::: IU..J:!.Ml;)Iltlll JlIII jAr.Ar'.... 111.cro..Lv...\II &uzaut; the smashup and fled.! ; same" hour with niuK among; first I II .. ten
III.I.\ I.::i ltlll -- -
N.46pn -\r. t\lIIo\IIIo' 1.\' r.WIlIU I magnitude stars! : overhead C'apella. ,
'dr 11.1111111I IAr \ I. It
doesn't take I
(USIiIU Ar..l'liiengo .1.\ .ii _.... I.Iilputt a man to operate i .
.. \I. put .Iinlll: :Ar ('hkll u ....1.\ \I.U'J'III PROMINENT DISTILLERDIES 4: Pollux. 1.lllt'lItrtn.. 14; east :1 q1c
Ar..Mt.Iouls" L14.5.i ) pmIII 7.111111I '' .!04t. Luui-t I.Ilv *
put Kegulus. 10): south' Procyon. H; Sir- I Ii the .
made for
AT PITTSBURG. motor it is
For Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information Call Write 'j lus. 1; I5ctelgeu\: 11; Jtigfl: ; 7. Sun :: ; I .. .
on or 1'ITTSISUUG, Feb. Christian 0\'- In Capricornus till lllli. then .Aquari I t q .zr tia
A. W. FRITOT Division Pass. Att. W. D. STARK. Traveling Pass Att. erholt, a widely known distiller: : died us. XodUu-al light; in the west after :I Expensive to operate? Well, hardly; I .
138 WEST BAY STREET . . . . .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. here today, aged 87. i twilight; on moonless tl!;;nts. 1'Ianet:4'I I I the half .
current costs only cent
a an .
for February: h'r"ury' visible in east :. I _- -_-
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j before sunrise till ttJ'l'IIUS; sets t .
I Steamers U.S.A.Constitution WHEAT MARKET FIRM; I', shortly after the I'UOIars: rises about :I hour. .
Seminole Limited
I Ia. 1 i
PROVISIONS ARE EASY.: 4:30: a. m.; Jupiter! rises about midnight I

) SOLID TRAIN ; Saturn sets al>oiit 10:4.: : p. m.; :
AND CHICAGO Feb. 1.-The wheat!
I Uranus rises about :5 a. m.; Neptunesets ..I.IIISISU t
Electric Lighted Throughout.CUiCAGO -- I market opened firm and a half cent:' :I .
about 4-30:" n. m. I j The Schantz Electric Ice .
firm -ibles and light '
t higher on re-I -- ----- 4 II .
,Pots 1'pgft .
are now running betweenDAYTONA ('eil.ts.Iay: teat s quoted at $ .!'JtJ'.o.j I Two Sunsets Per Day. 4 .
I' There I is the world
one place Jn : .
Provisions were easy and declining.
I and i! where the sun sets twte daily, and 4 and Water Co. .
Hogs were 1 ; cens: lower and cattle I .
is [ lu Staff,,,rdshiro. :
I that: at Leek Eng; : .
| PALM BEACH lo cents lower on I h MVJT receipts. .
pp0 1 j land. The reason of this:. is that a jajr- 4 99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 .
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Shorn by the Mob.A ', iced mountain is situated) to the west .

ST. LOUIS Leaving Daytona Saturdays and procession of the unemployed It j''of, the town. and in the evening; I tln. .. Steam MdPalmetto

Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. t this: took place in London in 17GI did sun sets behind it and darknos c<.in.'> 4*99999999999999Q999999999999999999999999999.99999(-- .

AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. bound South. not meet with any :giv.it success or'' on. Then the first sun'!."'t >"-<-nrs. the : ..

Olwrrxation {'Olll part"'"-lit ami HI..t.l'| Leaving Palm Beach public syiuiuithy.: In that yearvigs: pas lamps are lit. and appan-ntly:( nivilit::' : .
Iny'lIh. 1II '. 1'llIlng'lIr. and went out of fashion, and the xvimuak-: { .
Tuesdays at 9:00
IAJatLvtiiivill*-. .':jll iii.Ar. i a. m. space of nut fjoiir or eu the "'un n-ap-: : .
p. : bound I ers of London! were thrown out of ,
('bklllt.( 7l.: ; a. in. North. pears' again; through; th.i oi'rllhtC| '; :at I .
Ar. Ht. Lou'I'. 7. 11 a. in. work and reduced to digress.: They I .
. I'lllli-f i 111-1:1 I lH ikREPUBL :\ EAST AND: WEST
For fed cpiiiK; i-nr r. nut h.lI" und rall- I the side of the mountain. ind layli'lit: :
road tkL..h lI.hlro II I 1-etitiomxl (:Jeorjje III. to compel ;gee :
again :1 I'It'UfS.rtitidlll| I liht-; :t nv I Icxtill'ulslwd.
II. l ('ANT\VKI.L.: : tlemen law.s the .
wear wtes by : '
Florida Tas.s. 'gt.. .Iu.'l'"UII\!.-. Fla.FO : IC and. .la.\'Ii.I.t!:) iuiui:: pre| : i .
wiguuikfixvut in Ilru.t's"jun i to St. rails until the. sun dts.-eiids, In-low I tic 4 4 == Fast Vestibule Trains Daily ==4 .I...ISIS
James to present their petition it was
opening amid the ctr..ud i-uiist-t occurs : r
|I will run >h. i w. itDAYTONA noticed) that most of those persons I
[ .JI QOThe =t] AND who wanted to compel other people to and night conies. -to-stay.As :-.- 4 S 4 I-HUM- i. ....i.1.IStruatt.

i wear wiirs wore no \vius: themselves.This to Temper. : .
Attractive Way ST. AUGUSTINEEarly : striking the London mob as very i| Whit, a maxim! Here's! on-h 'ed ItI ,4 JACKSONVILLE"The I .

I in F"-hruarv inconsistent they seizetl the proofssioulsts I i| Kffj''Uir tt'IIII"'r. V.''i, III... .)' it- >J it : U.
and fore-itiy: cut off all their I Ihair. Carfi.l t't' you lo n-.t.1 '. it ( Florida .
S..nuil.iy 1-i.i.i.be Y".J ati 'ise It Special" : a. m. I
I McCOY BROTHERS .-London Express. I |
H North and West ll.a!.,'er's" Weekly. I j
4 "The Southern's Southeastern Limited" 9:00: a. m. Ocean (tare

o I.......................... >9999999999999999999999999999999t "The Florida Limited" g:05: p. m. ... vice large is adt a
South Atlantic Limited
: STEAMERS : "The Atlanta-Jacksonville Special" 8:50: p. m. r 51115115 on applica

H Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pro. I .1 ----
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A solid through train daily Ii Uncle Sam anCherokee : :d STEAMER SWANLENGTH

For Cincinnati & Louisville 0 Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars to Atlaata, Ashville, Cincinnati,

Through electric lighted sleepersTo t. .: 150 FEET 281 TONS. Chicago, Cleveland, Colorado Springs Detroit, Louisville and New York.SOU'HERN i ..

Indianapolis & Grand Rapids .* F4IRTHtt'I"I.4; 1 4i .. THEFresh

With excellent accommodations and service ligb :ed by I r.

Dixie Flyer i Tomoka j jI I electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passengers; I RAILWAY DINING CARS i ... milk

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o Leaves Jacksonville 8:25 pm. t : I now being operated betweenDAYTONA I i ...

I 11 A solid through train daily I City Ticket Office. 108 West Bay Street. Jacksonville. Florida ..../e..I

For ChicagoMontgomery I River i i 1 and Ii I
L 'l\'''.L.\I1-/-K.: :/ ,.1!: !i'.i! I I I J JA.
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i Route o : Every Tuesday and Sat- t I PALM BEACH II 9+999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999F ..

: 11 1. urdayytn January. **. I''I 1 I II --- ---- --- - ---- -- -= ..
Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. : + o.
Drawing room sleeper daily .1 S
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For Evansville & St. Louis -- .. '' E. C. -i'IMI I E TABLE J American
Li 0I i I II
and Intermediate Points through the Picturesque Halifax IS EFFECT JAMARY: v, i.ii ..

I _0 Dining Cars on all trains i INLET AND !f and Indian River Route. ..
| i So"11i$ BoI''I-It \i> !l'.wti NOKTII I'N t'< _
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For full particulars addressT. Leave Daytona Thursdays 8QO: a. m. I 'i"u
I a7 *.7 aa .111 au :I" !r. .n :t.t
B. WALKER, FU. Pass. Agent Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8:00 --
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o Louisville&NashvilleRailroad J .t I i-OK TICKETS AND STATEROOMS | : ,j .-"; :,: :

Every Monday and Fnday I : ASIC MR.: FOSTKRje : I ; '-:". .! _' ', \t.'' '."; "11, (" .: aT' :. :..-. ... ,

: in January AGENT, 102 bEACH ST DAYFONA I ; I I.I -1 ..
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o 118 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE [p) Leaves Ferry Dock at 9 a. m. !* I I OPERATED BY THE GLLF COAST-TRANSPORTATION COMPANY $t J' ,.::hL.-t: : , ; I: ., HJ.I'-l: '!'.tttcr ,.I . '.., '! i .... ..
.t L. E. ELLENVVOOD, MSr. i 'I ; toiL D.l'';:_ .;; ... .., .. .' l' .
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son, Brooklyn; Mrs: E B Hurlburt: ,.. ..O..................... .. ...... . N
? trr ft Miss: Helen Hurlburt, Chattanooga; .

i 'I HOTEL DESPLAND I if ifI W 0 Chichester C A Whitaker, Xew I i HOTEL CLARENDON i

NEWS OF THE HOTELS York; Lou Calder Bob Calder! Monv: !I .
[best kinds of clair X J. I j : "' SEABREEZE :
Daytona, Florida
i R. M. Bond J. B. Conrad and Aus-I : .- FLORIDA : f
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ii : NOW OPEN I 1 tin Conrad were Sunday \"isi I II .

: from DeLand.BRILLIANT .
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iI Mr. and Mrs Rollin N. Dow and I : :. err Absolutely : -

i L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. i daughter are recent arrivals: at the I .cni itwc.
: fireproof
I La Vergne mansion. [ ARAL DB{ :

Condition. i Greatly Enlarged. 7:Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all : .

i Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern : the Walter Franklyn T. Savings Dexter bank comptroller of:Brook of IS HELD AT THE BENNETT .: Now Open .:

Convenience. Send for Booklet. :. lyn, is a guest at the Despland. I I 1 1I I : Booking Offices: :

e. S. IL Harper and wife of lIumbot.la. : : Hotel Blackstone. Chicago :

Bummer Address: ATLANTIC HOUHE Narragansfrtt Parr Rhode Island. : ., have arrived in Daytona for an LANE AND CORNWALL: FAMILIES 1180 Broadway New York W. S. KENNEY. Manager d

...*...$ ..-' :...................................................: Despland.Miss indefinite. stay and are guests'r' at the PROVES TO BE PLEASANT1 I .......................................................

.. Cuma R. Barnes of Cam-

6MASTERS bridge, Miss., has returned 10 Day- Soft lights, prefy flowers aDd .a..a..II..I

; I THE RIDGEWOOD I tona for an extended stay and will beautifully gowned women wearing I

i be welcomed by her many friends expensive jewels, which flashed lU'e

E. D.: LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. I while a guest at the Oaks. and color, gave "eclat" to 'the ann-M- i TirC INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better in

i al Florida. Table of the best of everything in season. Terms as reasonable
: 1 dinner, held this year at the fce.ir / I as I

? s' NOW OPEN. : Capt. R. MacDonnell: wife child >ett by the Hart, Lane and Cornwall: the service will permit, given on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No, 112

| and nurse form a party from Winnipeg familite.; prominent among the water ./OOOOOOOOONtII.OOtI10000.00..0.s....0...00.a008o0000.th.
Canada, which has arrived in cottage: resident of Daytona. II i
ONS : All departments will be managed by white Northern help, i Daytona for the remainder: of the I' The dinner was served immediately -, 2.0................................NN........N."t

wood. o'clock and cards} ,
room at place
help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : O JA AYTONA: FLORIDA. J .
; cleverly phrased attracted the Attention -
Now open for the third .11'on under the U'wrnl. nulllll t'III..nt of \ H. nod i':. 0
with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the : The tennis courts at the Despland of the guests before tbeytook 0 LANK, proprietors of Boston. Th- Kcnnrtt is Hrst-flasw In .-vrx particular. The +
Phone 71 : : are finding popular favor among: the The feature.ure-supertotubl.sbltentployc., a modern, hous<> a o-nliil: homelike O
: finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable their seats at :the tables. 0 atinotipli and a locution on i>uy1oiur- l oulvard. Hhlj.\UKMIII\'PIIU"( Two tennUeourts. .
N. t I guests these fine days and the dinner, prepared by the hotel chef gnrnge. Hotel will tx op.ntir.. month. of April. 9

Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House Shelter Island N. Y. i I courts are the scene of exciting contests was an excellent one and thoroughly t Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages Marblehead. Massachusetts. J1999999999Q999999
l nearly every morning and af- ...............................................NS.:
............ .. '......80000.......0.NNON......................... ternoon. enjoyed by the participants. One of

the delicacies was strawberries and' .0000000000...0...... 00* ....00..NO..3
PANYIUMBER f --- cream the berries being: served froma

: 1.1......11.1...............11.........1..1.1.1...1 Capt. P. L. Breeden: and wife ofBennettsville large, cut glass bowL I I .
. S. C., who have been THE PROSPECT t
Following the two hours at ;she
THE PRINCE GEORGE : spending some time in Daytona. left I
f : : dinner table the guesss:; rt'turned' I 109 South Ridgewood Ave.
Sunday in their auto for DeLand.
eat in Stock I
: DAYTONA FLORIDA : the spacious: living room where cord,: 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office.
Ave They will return to Daytona in Feb-
I tables were in readiness and where! Steam Heat.
: :-* & : ruary and will again be guess at the I 1
.BY. Manajer. Hilyard Holroyd, Proprietors . Oaks. bridge and five hundred occup,.ed I P. J. DOYLE Proprietor. I I IN0000M

............: I the attention: of the party.At .
r I .OOONN..N.000..00..ONOONN00..NO.N000. I IN
: Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. o Recent arrivals: at the Ridgewood the bridge table were Mr. ;and

.. Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. : I :.Mrs. John Halt St. Paul, :Minn.; ...... ............................................. t
...... : include J C Buchanan Chicago, W; .
Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. X John G Kramer, :-Mrs. Isabel 1 W. Cornwall Fat- *
: Steam Heat Throughout. : Evansville, Ind, 11 E Drury, Boston, terson; X. Y., and Edgar Lane. Koe- J i Olt.NKIt, I'lVAI.M> m-KAN HTS.: Jt
ton. At the five hundred table were .
White Help in Dinind Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st : Mrs: S D Ret'dIiss: Cunningham, ENTIRELY NEW. .
: :
I :Minneapolis Mrs l"nderh.ilIliss: Underhill Mr. and :Mrs. M. P. Cornwall, Paterson I
.. \. Y., JEss Katherine E. Hart : Albert Bennett Proprietor C. R. Bennett Manager: :
Ii n The Prln't'( ,'Or Pltri' theonly: lamllng In IWytona for !-\uju.Unt' ocd Xew York. f fA
: Palm Brach lx>ntf!>. l' rtlculars with pla.urv : and Miss! Margaret! M. Simpson, IMW : Nicv I'le'-for Ni k.- I I'..0/11./ -. Ilunninn \Vat-T. sham Hi-nt nul 'l"ion.tn Kvryrxi.Thr. : :

i I York and Andrew Hamilton: Lftn, .. ..,. .
:Mrs. J. W. Green and daughter, : K.M.IH.vit. !''' i : "" ..fi.,1( Mr. Foster :

: Same Management as THE BRISTOL Asbury Park. N. J. : i Hiss I Ethel, arrived Tuesday after: Boston. .....................................................

I a -.1.ti 1/.....1.....................................1.0 noontrom Atlanta! Ga., andvil> served:'Punch during with strawberry the evening.floats: ,Mi AIS I i;' I month the Gables
spend a or more at I .
I on VoUisia: u\euue. The lathe; are Margaret; 51. Simpson, of Xew York, H H. MANWILLERProprietor

!andfs fac- I '" ."IOBB6BBB.BOB.B.B.ll.B.IOI.B.B.M.Bei.B.E....t..B.. relatives of S. II. Moseley, prcprie- was a !special guest for the ev"nii; .. : NEW SEASIDE INN DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA :

> | tl..r of the: Gables and the wife and : This new and select tan! uly! hotel h.: ... iiist been! enlarged! and rclu; nislicd :

.. >use Elec- ( THE NEW GABLES !: !I, daughter t; of Dr. J. W. Green, a noted AUTOMOBILE PARTY TO for the season 1910-11 to meet tlie: requirements: ol its 101111 patroiiagr; *

I -- : Rales S2.50 Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application
it per :
to run i io Daytona Fla. peasant automobile: party to Le-)
I Recent arrivals at the Oaks include !suiniiiti' Atlili---: 1/,1'1.1./ HK\.: \I.IEI: "',"all h"\- "i..1. ;
Land and DeLeon Springs Tu:.i iI t, NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY W F Norman and wife, Nevada including two cars was couini>"eu ............4ee................... .................: 2NN
I LOCATED. EVERY MOD. : ------ --- - -
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: i Mo, Miss C C Kre e, BrooklynN
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r i ERN CONVENIENCE AND Y. Mrs :Mary Murdock: Maiden I of guests of the :Magnolia hotel; In ........ ..0.N.ON....NO.......0.NN...........
E COMFORT .. .. .. : the first )ear were Mr. and \lls. .
Mass Mrs: Geor11: Clark: Dous-) I
operate i f ..,.1hkw j Xew York Mrs. {'h r'e" -
Fg: Rax MN9 a o RPb 3PR AY'ISAIf :\ 15 Brookline I Strattonv6f "The I Lane Inn"A
laston N Y, Mrs T Nichols Ivy
: Steam Heat Throughout : FciigerVof Xew London Conn., and : :
Mao;:, Miss V C Oreene.1-
woman ; :Mrs. Celeste Hints proprietress:; ; 1'1''lhl .
i bany X Y, :Mrs C E Tent: Washington -
: I S. H. MOSELEY : :." Magnolia whi: e the occupai.ts o:' : High Grade House catering to the most particular people. Central location. :
Ilr hardly a. D C, :Mrs M J lIoue -1U.l1l.. :Murray -
; f'f'If : Proprietor. : Hill X J.lr: and Mrs! S S the second car ;included: :Mr. and : S3.00 and $-UJO per day--517.50 and higher per week. 1
:Mrs. Paul, ol New: Hampshire Mrs. .
[ ,
cent : : Th Arlliiv'ton.ThoUMind Nlitn.lPark Warren O.
an Ernest
" "*'" "" -"-'-- wnuieroi WM. W. FOLTZ
X. Y. during I 11. U. Johii-o.i, of Munkatn, .Mini 2 Open November to May. Proprietor $ i

'. lull. .. and Mrs. H. A. Bernard, the Da.l> ..............................N....NN........O....
I A number of the guests of the . __ __ ___
1... .. News correspondent of Sub'. /.e -- -- ----- -
Despland: enjoyed a bowling party atRodgers' ...N0p..N.N9.000..Oi.00.00....ON................
and Daytona Beach.
r alleys Tuesday evening
: .t...111011. ;some good scores being made by The day was a beautiful oiie and THE SEVILLE E. H. PURDY Prop. f l
[ the party had a lDo-t euj,.-aiile Daytona, -- Florida
ic Ice both the men and women members I
r. time nothing occuriug to mar.: the
THE HAMILTON : of the party. After the exercise had I GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON. f
u. pleasure of the trip. The: party \ sited -
been finished the party returned to : the celebrated: DeLeon Sln-i-iiiK Surrounded by Spacious Grounds, in the most delightful part oi the City r
the: hotel! and enjoyed a lunch. The The guests receive the best the markets! afford in the dining room, and every I l r
: New and FirstlClass : and at Del..and they picnicked on i
0 party was composed of :Messrs.Liinbach. comlort and convenience that a well regulated hotel can otter to the public.
the Sttttson University grounds with:
Griffin Genthner and 99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999The f_
)!9i'000OOOON' :Mrs. I links' daughter. :Mi.U i ,. -- .
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0t and :Mesdames\ Limlach, Griffin, ,.
:t :' : Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells : Genthner; : and Waite. Mss;: Eauie Bowers and someof h..r to.s: : _. .
friends. i
and :Mr. Webber. : DAYTONA.A.I ('ndu. '11'" 1I1lIIa-:: : :
...0.0.3 k tI Cleveland 1
: .
: Elegant Rooms with \\ithoutJBaths : -I, rut! CiMiti' ill.d L I .d.: J ;.I+"'ii t.tl-lc
I The Dinner Hour. S and lx.'st ,'I SIM I'. \i.c -'c.ini. !:c.it: .r. r .-
: ,___-- - : HOTEL CLARENDON.There i The.: hour for dinner bas! nnd.::nll"+ > electric. 11! ht,. Ki.isoiiaMc t '. W J"j S. I M I I- '" !\ Prop. .

way'l 6r : have ben large numbers of several chinjr s. About 140O it wi: .......1.1... ....i.......l..iifi.1.1.i.li.i.00i.i..8....
r : MRS. I. MABBETTE, Proprietor tlie quests t.f the Clarendon iu the I 10 a. m. JI 'nryIII.. dined :nl thN
I.aily I. .. Mirf these warty mornings and with 1 time mill UJlI'tl| | at 4. In thv'r i : ........C.... fJeCM ..eM..HO..HMi I.
r r- : Palmetto Avenue DA YTO :\. FLORIDASCHMIDTS : goodly numbers of spectators:, th*' teentb century dinner was at 11. lireakfast ; :

i L. : : beach has (presented! scenes of life at T :and) SHPIT :at ." or ft I i the i THE AUSTIN i ;

> ==4 ; .........1.1191.1.1.1..1.1..101......... and animation ill the vicinity of tli'I following <'t'utUrmpalil! were an h"urlater.
iI ' Hotel Clarendon. : ))isrteli'tells! us that iu tin- I OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA. FLORIDA
--- i ii It
==- (
I -- ----- The sunset teas :in the foyer of : reign of FMIK-JS I. of Frane fylk-i $

V :1.........11.1.. the hotel at ."t o'clock is one of the rose at :0. dined at 1i to supped j at >' :ati l
most attractive afternoon features went to boil at !9. which. :a.-<-nr.hiriu to i i Electric Lights\ and Call Bells. Steam Heat. Hot and Cold Water. 2

LE I f : HOTEL : and these social affairs are great'y' a: {topular sayiujr. made them live in !Itl' -i
h ninety-nine. L MIN XII.I it is said.hastem : .
.. : Henry Schmidt Proprietor Daytona, Florida : enjoyed by all, .e.-pecially those coining l his death by alti-rmi., \hi\\ ,
7:40: a. m. I in from automobile spins.
: Situated on the bank of the Halifax River one mile from Atlantic : I hours to please his young wife': Instead
9:00: a. m. l S Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms Late arrival! at the hotel Claren << of dining; :at S a. m. ami. ;omg S'
are large airy and nearly all have sunny exposure. The cuisine and serS don include Irvin L Krohn, R M I to bed :at (5 |p. m.. he took to dim ig :at i
8:05: p. m. : vice is admirable. Rates, $3.00 per day and up. Special rates for families : heath New York; F C Calkinst. noon :and) often sat up till miduiht.;:

8:50 .:.. on application. -. lanta; A LIa: 'nard. Boston; Mr I and under direct I
: p. m. 1 I 1 An attractive Modern Hotel. Table service
.....11.1.....1.1.101..1.1001511.1.1.1.........1.1. and :Mrs It M I Paxton, :Mr.\ andIrs: Nicotine and Nervousness. I supervision of the proprietress. i .t

-- -- H S l JdJjson. Washington; :Mr and "Does ti'txufu: make a man n.-rvnis a
South Ridgewood Avenue, DAYTONA FLORIDA.
MM:\ Byron F Hobartt, Jr, New: Y t.rk; : ?" ,

irille, Cincinnati y. .............1...............1.....1.....1.....1.101. Chat; II Hast.ngs. Sierra :\!adrer; :! "It I Is likely to." tv|>littl thhy..i\ 1338 Same management as the New Magnolia, Asbury Park. N. J. i ,

and New York. and :Mrs Frank U Creamer Brook: I Ilan' if his wife objects to hi.iu.k- 9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999mThe '

I t. E THE MAGNOLIA 113 SoutbjRidgewood Avenue. : lyn. X Y; Mr I: and: Mrs .las' L La\A' I i lug.- Kv'iauge. I ii

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CARS II I 1 Fresh milk ve etables and fruit on the place. Furnace heat. RATES: 52.CO per :. ..................................................1... Willmer 1 The OSBORNE 1 1 i
day and up $12.00 per week andup. .
-- l \\" HI: 1\ IIComfortable )1".j." A. OSBOKNK, Prop.
--I f CELESTE RINKS Proprietress. : .
r MRS. : Rooms Rooms Only Modern Conveniences

[nville. Florida f r' .S.B.B.B.B.B.BOB.....B.B.BB.BB.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.1 I II. .. .. txcellent: Table.' SOc.. 75c. and S6.00 1.00 per week: day i s
t Rates Modcrf 2.50 to per i

It .'.TF1T.. I -- -- I.: THE NEW EXCURSION STEAMER: : 312 So. Palmetto Ave.. Daytona Fla. Steam Heated Rooms 11 Orange Ave i I

Ja'= Flu.J r .....10.N.NI.NNNN......*.*...*.*.*............ ------

t THE IMPROVED : ..................................................... I.

'. I CITYHOTEL i HARLAN Lake Helen Fla. :.
o \ I n i 11 i i. 11-
E l : American Plan Always open New Ownership and Management : ., H'' . :: ,," ; :' :. .. :;:<:: :: I . !

Renovated and Enlarged Good Service .. ii : .
': 1 111
Management H. C. F. DOH 1. : : IlL.

|., U .:- vlt- 1'-i' .:NNNN.IN 0.0.NN.1..o/N................0.0....i .. :: I ,k Mr. Foster 1 Ir. and Mrs. Rollins Abrams, Props. JTI1K g ,

/(M ,.... :tlH, .;...... .. N..111..111.1.111.s.111.1111 H1.41.1.0111.0..11.1N. i

: -- ---- -- ...........4........4... ....4.+.+..........4.4.. .... I I i iU9 ; '

..h.1 I r9U 7 35"" : .....10.....O.S.0.01...1.../..O..S....N19.01..00.0 eatlal0u+ Oaill5.. ...3g.H+I....t..aaii0 .isi-N. t

.,.1,, :.i I!. g.'lucoq..4.\11... : : THE PALMETTO : HOTEL INDIAN RIVER i : < >AKS.AM4.NA.1 ..I.OKM.V I Ii i iI

:! '
1 .
.i; w1.rtaaers Well Known and Popular. DAYTONA' FLOl.l1).AOverlookin : ROCKLEDGE".. t "I . e.FLORIDA.. . .." :. . Hotel Indian. River Co ,: ?: t i i l H' ..VK'I M 1' M II I -. "I'. I V +

Halifax Kivcr. .. .. .. . -.1 I II 1
the Beautiful !: d! J' :' 'i I i\i.NiN I t. I. : " I : -
; . i ti-: i. .I. \'Ia. . _. '' -, ., ' ' v >'MIII I I 1 I I. -i-.u\. I i t .i-r
of A Homelike and Comfortable H\\u.:..:. Fir- Cla-.'; 1:1, all Kc:"pc:a:tv 9 ''. .t''.. J'. ii'r' ul.'/ v ,'. '. .,,!"' \v'M! V -.l nl.1 I <'J I'L W ? 't I I I
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: C. O. CHAMBERLIX. : .. . .. .. I' .SI II" "1'1 1..l M MII( 111. L. I. :!
Proprietor .-. ?tra. V' I.- :.:. 1 Htt- ii-. il.- Ii.-.. : . ''..i .-. .' ' \ Ip" : 'J'J JI 41''II 1 1 U. I 1:11.: I
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.0.....1Ni1i10f.9s1i1....eCN.1910f.i911/9/tlfllN.1.0s I D. L. & W. B. WOt'"> ers. Oth ib+SNt 'Iiii'03311 F

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I I! : .Ix R'S.. -- : THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS ..ft pKI .E .

..... _. ........ I Fearsome Trieeratop ON-THE.HALIFAX .1
\,". ;".:. .J'i;{ O-- .. :-r Th I ORMOND- 1 1
}? TRIAL A terrible looking beast but Interest- .., t

." 1.-j""":j.Z:':.. NfW I Fifty Years Ago Today. Ing. as It was the last of the great land I ORMOND la S miles -

ahead (
It C... "-',".:;?.....{,..;.;..:. Feb. 1. reptiles. Is the triceratops.but unlike the northof Daytona, ropJnjOth m6 atORMOND NOMINAIIO
III1r' like a rhinoceros; located on the west I
The United States mint and rhinoceros of today it carried three bunk of the Halifax

________- _:::- _: IS GRANTED custom house at New Orleans formidable horn upon its face and a Rlv r. The locationof h
I were seized by Louisiana. Texas collar of spike or spine around its the town permits t

I withdrew from the Union. neck. Skull of this creature which I of good drainage and

CHAS. S BEACH progressive, two towns enterprising on the Hali and DAYTONA BEACH HAMMOND. i Twenty-five Years Ago' Today. have feet and I It't>n more unearthed in: length.; measure The: animal seven I i: t perfect h,Th.> elevation and ideal Is sup for-; (tContlnuePiano. !

length of some twenty-five It t th. old log did Thlbstromen.t
BDRGMANTHE fax Peninsula are geographically \V. E. Gladstone was appoint. had a total homes. A i
winter not u-o: out in the
one although incorporated as separate PHARMACY ed premier of Great Britain for feet. It ithe i opinion of Professor wide bridge con liiiirlciinexou'llflnd ot

municipalities. The towns par- : the third time by "'Jueen"Ie. t Marsh a great authority on prehistoric n.H.-ts Ormond watt "it Th tht' n'. g, ? high grade

REAL allel the peninsula north and south I I James F. Dobbin VERDICT( IS SET ASIDE toria and empowered!. to form a beasts that we have here a dinosaur Ortnond B*ach. '" re world no such hasel come eht design, seiecjhlgliet.L
of from three and one- ,
for a distance I cabinetDifferent trying to invotue a mammal. It i is Many flue homes! f 'rtni"'it winter I
ProprietorDAYTONA new
half to four miles and extend east 'snip t>ri>un ESTATE BEACHEverything of thi art too. that ar.- maintained on
exl I
the opinion jot IanC the
and west from the surging seas of BY JACKSONVILLE JUDGE. and ;th'-r side of the tit. llalilas.shores of and outings
I "sjifiallzed.
Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Usually I the creatur: pot; to> : 1= .
MAN the Opinions. am tiaj
of them
of fixer! most lo.NF Fl-IIER .
tide water Carried In a First therefore tl'.eil: out-the usual; end : : :
River the beautiful Class Drag Store lT fl'Ssor-Wh- you come: to College Mail. surrounded by sub- carved capil
FOR them apart from too great unlJItil'n--I.ondon! :
that sets a
stream Prescription I : anyway? You art not studyingWill tropical flora and roumletioril!
with which they have close: Our CASE IN WHICH PLAINTIFF .
SEABREEZE1ffIflOfll Daytona Department It Complete Karah-Well. mother says it is to shrubbery, besides 1'\1.1. oN
of three roped SUrfal
communion by means 1 every I SEEKS DAMAGES FROM WHOLE. fit me for the presidency; Uncle Bill. The Rainaow.T Thrifty orange and nit WRITE: TO 1
bridges, as well as a half-hour ferry Respect fa-.i r.unliothe! sun must oth-r citrus fruit mush desk
); a
DOUSE to sow my wild oats; si;;, to get a chum
service. Phone H2BRANCH SALE GROCERS ORDERED TO not be noire than forty-two decrees tr .. lArCN : noiseless rol
n.. 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are for her to marry; lea, v* bankrupt the Crmond has ,
nickelplatedblock [
and winter resorts 1'uck. above the Lorizm.FREE :
essentially summer BE TRIED AGAIN.JACKSONVILLE family.- !
and are making hundreds of nt uutomoblln! ?-1 I TtiORNTONORMOND or S4ljbuilt
new friends every year among those Feb. 1-Judge J. -- _. up tnwarrantee :
SIfUff A6 : )() who desire: to escape the discomforting &: W. Locke in the United States D.s-I: looting and many tl
of heat and cold and
I8YKTMENI their extremes hotels and boarding housesare NICHOLSONFEED trict Court has granted a motion: of : VOTING COUPON.This pU-afcantdrlres. IK I IX ANYVAY composite ij
At Ormond li<-ach
1 INTERESTED: blued steelov'erstrung
now receiving splendid patron. AND LIVERY attorneys for the plaintiff for a new ; !located the L.rgehotel ., IN PROPERTY

COMPANYDesirable age from the most discriminatingclass STABLEAll trial of the $200,000 damage suit! of: is a SEarate"ot! from the nmmnariiiff ocnpon. As Ormond and ORt'RMnND IXORMoNP : b-J

I of tourists. John T. Hammond V3. the Consolidated : .ts lesser sister thenr..non ton: Vt'rma:
The ocean itself with its marvelous Orders Given be sent in each week for eait t.ctf"'tant.! as can be : BEACH
many may The best
: Inn. heavy' qj
macadam and Attention Grovery company and other H Will ice Your
hard as Prompt
collected. i'orratr occupies a0..1 Bu.im ... mer. uiuiflerj:
Locations in smooth as a floor is the greatest attraction Careful Trlvers members of the Southern Wholesale! tlo n overlooking PromptAttt
although earth air and sky FamllturwlthRowla' Grocers' Association.In tb..Ua.l1fax. and 'ntionJAS. ten years: 4
any part of seem to have entered into a combination the of the plaintiff cover tn sill
granting plea the latter has as Its

SeabreezeJodUna The beach to enhance is the famous its every automobile charm. E. A. BRANCHReal for a new trial, the court in effect I This coupon entitles.............. ......,.............. .......................... I outlook".. the ma nl- quality kt>\t;||
int beach and thebroad be htwid.th
race: course where every world'sstraight.away Estate Afeat sets aside the verdict of the I I J CARNEll any.
0IIees: Evann111e, record has been made, Beach Cottages jury declaring the defendants guiltyand ! I Ote<
the broad
eeabreeze.Florida and and all these records it continues to I a HpeclultyFITZGERALD assessing damages in the sum ................................................................................to !5 votes in I mooth beach there Manufacturer of boxed (or *
hold without rivalr-.
I This ta
I drives for
width of 300 to of II. :.r. many Pore Home-Made
The beach has a
While time has been for The Gazette- contest. This must be in carriages and automobiles forts ot any |
500 feet and can be used from two I no set ews Popularity coupon GUAVA JELLYMAR

L Z. BURD1CK hours after until two hours before: SELDEN'S ,the third hearing of the famous suit : office by Friday. 5; P. M. of each week.NOMINATION I I mond-drives around to and Or- The *eoi'.i

CONTRACTOR high tide, thus giving an average of DAYTONA BEACH 1 it will probably come up early in i iII I through groves! of TROPICAL LADES AND theoutfit. !

-a BUILDER seven or eight hours for automobiling Goods, Shoes, :March.: Lirt'-si ouni|
Dry I : gold-noranges ; PRESERVES
Cottagci a Specialty8aittnateafnrnhhed of each day. -- -----
some part II -- -- --
Seabreeze and Daytona Beach each Men's CorrectWear In their motion for a new trial, attorneys ,:1 drlvrsthroughtrop- Special Attention to a w n.ia i at

All Work Guar. have a permanent population of approximately ; for Hammond make serious I kal! forests to Hpan- .IGBEaT Family,.-Order..a .,, Ch.'a ..(' kilt
anteed.5.e6reeu Across from I 1-h ruins drives to
1500. Sanitary ordi- Inn allegations reflecting on the fairness! I ; PanAmerican Kx-: "'i...\ '"
The Seaside COUPON.The
.Florida j th.- ancient CanseW.y -
position-Burrs .
enforced stree'sand 'I u : S I.1
nances are of the jurors. : built by slaves v.*fet India Kspo,I' dTt
sidewalks are well kept and Locke announced hs: division 1 o' of long Uon-Tharlfhton 1 it.
new streets arc being opened as fastas I Judge first <>ae of these coupons sent in for each contestant planters Louisiana Pureha.eErro.itionSt.Louis .nr
V.C.GRANTPLUMBER de A. VAllEYORO relative to a new trial after I : ;o. and drives to I LittLtrLc- 'I'
the increasing population ) IIII 1 free of these t II' plantations of
: the motion offered by attorneys for. entitles them to ; votes. Only one coupons I : !!
mands. Besides hotels and boardinghouses Contractor for hospitable settlers .
I the had been argued affirmatively will be allowed to each i. of .
plaintiff contestant.
\ Water,ftteam a&4as there is ample cottage accent MASONWORK ,,hone places are rvIf -
t Fitting odat ion for all winter visitors in I or All Kind by Attorney George C.UtJt.l p.' > with thelnter- lOUNDGROV! [ 1':':' I Is
eurbl,' "" I .. of southern I'II\ 1 I.
I Phone 165.28DLTTONA I Concrete and negatively by Attorney -t
both towns. ,t'tc. .... ... .......... ... . .... .
Sidewalks ,, I nominate:\ ., :Mrs.\ or Miss........... - : fruits and flowrs.in !. tat: i II S.IIt.
senior counsel for
BEACH All the attractiveness of Seabreeze ('h..llt. ; M. Cooper ORANGESand
FLORihtPINEHURST DAYTONA BE.iUti nf ihrnlo.tin- .
applies to Daytona Beach, the two : the defense. Judge Locke said: I
i tr" tln; of these ,,
towns bcin.: so similarly situated. .Motion for a new trial i.. rantd. : ...........................of..................................... ...State. .. .. .. ... -. t.n_t .t ion* Is at the li.'-.,' o. ii
The develor meat of Daytona Beach *> If the jury found that Hammond :. dwt rs of the GrapefruitBest 1 'I uwill

has been f:!!\- ai phenominal as its was prevented from selling gooJs I :Ii i ".r.-ix and known Grown ,I tiiii.
Peninsula &
Drive sister on tic nerth, and each year I as a Candidate;; TheiGazette-Xaov contest. : *:<' .::1i! ru\". It .;. U.. .;kw
St. Augustine
there certainly was tome dtmage. (il'l'on
I Daytona Beach there is a substantial:: growth. The OATES I s ; of the fln ->>t .\I1'.lll1t'! a. ,.U') C 9I.u.ti
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Modern Convenien and this damage amounted to more i k _, !!ro'.H'ntb. n..1: 1 :MS1"\' *
sand dunes have been leveled ,
ces.Keusonable.Mr Rates. and great handsome homes have been LAWYERS i than a nominal sum of 1." :Nominate by..... .............. .....,.. ... ...... .. .. .-. -t ,.n..t of Fiorl- I II' 'TEL Xortli l-.lMoN: :of !) un t1
. anti a
Attorney Cooper immediate: ly announced .Ii i amid v"'ryr I :
W. H. Freeman built for both winter and all-year- Fla. I i .'. firs. .... .
Daytona s [
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ruling i Deed Knox
to the
Proprietor round an exception ,, . pr
occupancy. -
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of the court but intimated to the of ....... ...........i; .........,.,.............................State..... ...... : ....toa.&-""&i4t Eked Conipar.CfLOV ..- S o ;1
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I that he made his exception on .. .. n'hate w r
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used it will facilitate
\Vhile it 45 not necessary that a coupon be 1. .10 1 Italus 1
und a
I Judge Locke then said that it was --
executed at matters to send} one for each conteiint.: I'nder no circumstances -
Fine Job J b P I always' a great source of satisfaction; : t:> |>
Finely executed
PrillElfigGazette g I will the nominator's be divulged I' Ui Li
*a t News Office. i to him to know that if an error is name : Printing at pri. }!
; The (-'azette-' Contest Manager. r.tt; -s neat
made in a lower court there s a ews :
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higher t.
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Attractive terms will be madeto C 0 I ,,: I PRICES: .1 bjl 11'(11 .

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anyone buying to build on Q I ; i :I ,; $1,100.

i yN Lots 3 and 4 79x346'each ..
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These prices will be main- a

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OMINA TlONS POURING us we wish to say that we expect by "FREEZE" AND "BJJRN." '

i this contest to double our circulation CHANNEL S

i'j and our advertisers will realize These Two Words Had
a Common
'j I IN I fOR COSIEST.I that It Is to their advantage to helpin Parent In One Aryan hoot' A VALUABLE LOT

this work by supporting' the con. 0
We are likely to consider "ireeze"

testants. IS BEING and "l urn" as two dKtlnctl}} ) op|'osite 0
Continued from first I. .
page) Now Is the Time- effects but if. for ( >
If the old I a maple] t :'ix| went,
not KO out log in did the Piano. This piano is a very fine in- The contest begins with th's: issue:; jou will touch your toi;':m> to a l hit I : Lot at Seabreeze facing 150 feet on Valley street and :

nor hurrtciine th-re. rowel fled. strument of special artistic merit of the time to enter is NOW. Get in of heated: iron and to a bit of irou the river. Fine garden and t
plot grapefruit
The. world has elseh high grade and quality, latest case the race before the others get in STAKED that !1:4 extremely cold the 'ffwts.! as : orange, .

fortniii re no such winter com design, selected figured. vaneered of the lead. shown In the blisters produced! : nut : other fruits. House of nine rooms furnished; bat, 2 ;

iinip iroundtaa lie highest;; quality: double \'e: eeed in- Rules in the sensation of the contacts will
long the shore ot for the Content be found to be surprisingly; alike.It toilet, electric lights; an ideal home. Price on applica-
the Halifax. side and out, handsome sG-Ld I ,GU-dings Rule 1. All for
Ifo money subscriptions -
Lose. FISHERMAN. and hand-carved trusses ha i Is doubtful if our Aryan ancestors : lion. e
dIcar.ed shall be paid the contest man- THE LIGHT HOUSE TENDER when they were .planting. the st"t."tof .
capitals and music
ager. the English and Its sister: lan;.:ua;;e? :
CALL ON t rounded < corners hand-polished mir Rule 2. ContEst manager's signature WATER LILY NORTHBOUND. thought; or the scientific relations of

OK WRITE TO : 1 rored surface automate; extension: must be affixed to all votes before I I what we call: heat and coltl.-but they i EDMONDSON & DONNELLY f

I Im music desk. artistically carved they are of any value in the gave to us> the root "prus.:' which they
BACON ilfiORNTON i noiseless rolling fall board with contest. pot out of the !sensations" produced by
I i tT nickel-plated continuous hinge, finer i Rule 3. Ballots cannot be bought. GOVERNMENT BOAT WHICH IS burning and I'rl't.'ziu:01! usual, Aryan :.e..N.....e.e..N.. ....................N.O.AoI

block of selected hard rock wafer The contest will be run on a fair STAKING CHANNEL IS IN THE roots beginning; with the : p" sound -
; I I change It to "Cun the tongues of . ... .ISIII. I.I.I.I.IOIOI. . .
buiM. up In layers and crocs-banded, basis, fair for all. Votes can only ...I.a I I I I I I I.I...
ORMOND COMMAND OF CAPT. J. A. HE- the Teuton; so with these our more Ii .
warranted withstand any climate be obtained by securing subscriitioos! I modern ancestors "prus": became I Do want to buy :s
I IF IN ANY WAYINTERESTED composite metal frame, imported : The HANDPROPERTY : : you or
either new, renewals cr old or by LANCER.The "frus:' and from it came our "freeze" '

IN PROPERTY IN ., blued steel tuningsthree: strings cutting the nomination or free vote and "frost." Again: as l Is> ''uA' tI. our : rent property in :

I ORMOND OR overstrung bass, special repeating ac certificate out of each issue. lighthouse tender \\-ater Lily Hindu brother In his, Sanskrit, usually : : ,

OHMONI) BEAOH tion, German silver hammer rail Rule 4. No employe or member: which for several w e?k3 past has preserves the Aryan "p" oi.nd.; so be .. .. .: Daytona? :.

II H Will nive Your heavy best quality Imported felt ham of his family will be allowed participate been engaged in staking the channel has from this root -pm- h." meaning : : : We have the cheapestand : '
Prompt mer, mutfler attachment: for practice to burn.
either nominator
as a a
or . O
Attention this city and Jupiter arrived the best.
This of freeze Inx-arne "frvosan"
ten years' quarters on inside of top voter in this contest. m root . O

t cover in silver, 7 ,l-3 octavos, best Rule 5. Candidates will not be here Tuesday afternoon having 1I In Anglo-Saxon I which Is out" "frozen." : Extending from : : $7,500 bays one of the best residence i- :
In Ireland! it l became In
i-' (I'Josa
quality keys, made in figured mahogany restricted in securing subscriptions: : .i I completed the work south of Swedish "frjf.i" and ItHanisb : River to Ocean : : on Ridgewood Ave. Com :
mm height four feet, nine inches, but may secure them in any place in. this place and anchored off the "fryse." In the Latin the oVipinal "p" .. : pletely furnished and located on :
width, five feet, two inches weight the United States. South bridge draw until this morning 0
ORMOND, FLA. : sound I Is retaineil in "prulna. meaning corner lot. Call on ss
Manufacturer of _I t boxed for shipment &00 pounds. Rule 6. Only one nominating cou- 1 !,;. when :she continued the work hoarfrost and in "pnina.: sjgnlfy-; : FOR SALE OR RENTS : .. .

Pore Home-Made : This is a prize well worth the efforts pon entitling each contestant 'to :3,0uo.; :. n rthwai-d. She took on gasoline at1!! ins a burning/: coal. Here we see united M. L.
of anjoae. this I I two apparently >oslte meanings; r : WaggonerOffice :
GUAVA JELLYMARMALADES votes will be allowed. i i place yesterday afternoon. I I'I opi

The !second prize to be awarded to I Rule 7. Allot. s must be in the 1'I Capt. J.A. Helander in charge: ofj m I growing; out of the old nxx "prus."- i BINGHA I I ] S THO I IPSO I : : People's State Bank. j
AND New; York lIerald.
TROPICAL ; the contestant securing the second ballot box by Friday :5; p. m., of each the Water Lily, it> one of the old a s'a .
PRESERVES .,- largest number of vol'tt: consists:. of eek. school officers, able and efficient .I.I.I.I.I.I.a.I.I.I.I.a .I.I.I*a.!.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.S

SpecUl Attention to 1 I a scholarship to Columbia! College Hull'S.otf'S Isrued cannot be> I but'er y' modest and unassuming: AFRICAN LIONS.

Family OrdersHWEUT the well-known insattt'oll at Lake transferred to another contestant.' withal, giving his work and Its thor i ii .. i ' rte pan 'V
AWABM ATI. r ,rtllrtrrtLYlit{"iWrifiYCfllADOATES C"'r'r...mUi'r'r. r r stir ti rc rr"Crti.w. J.
Pan-Am -rlonn }:x.positionBURao City Fla. This scholarship is \'al-I Rule tI. No votes will be allowed j ough completion his honest and They Often Hunt In Couplta to Start =
went IndUKxrosltlon ued at $100. on subscriptions held over more sincere attention, without hope of re- and Capture Their Prey.

Louisiana-('harlfnton Purchase The third prize to be awarded to I than one week after being securedby I ward or acknowledgement from the Lions in Africa go hunting/: often incoul'll'S REALTY TITLE
and then rather I
KipositlonHt.Ix: t the contestant securing: the third t tlarge&fl i contestant. Subscription: mast]! branch of public:' service: in which systematically. : ,
1 When fur instance, a couple of b 1Cis
: number ot'ote5 consists: I[ be turned in promptly together with he is engaged. is r
lions have traced out a k..lal-that
of a scholarship: 1 to Urousjlitoa'si I: the money collected for them. Vo'-es ('apt. Helander has a crew of only to say; a place fenced by SIUIIIIt *

MOUNDGROVf f I j I'ratical Business! College! of Jacksonville -i will be issued when the money is received j three men. including! the cook taI ;> thorn trees, where (locks of asses: : or 1 AND INSURANCE CO"I I I

Fla. Tht:: scholarship! : is : but the contestants may re- j handle the work rejuired 01- the oxen goats or sheep( are shut up for ,

ORANGESand valued at $:'0. and will give SOUle ose'I'j I tain these votes and cast them whenever i.I Water Lily, but since they pas-t."JI the night-the lioness appnv.. dies eau "'=-

.;,J JGrapefruit ,t the chance of securing: a good btisi-1 they: w'ish. j I Dayt, ones. about the t first i of January. tlou- ly. profiting; by every tree or sine, ;: CONRAD BLOCK PHONE 128We

ness; education free. i i Rule 10. Nominators or content-1 I] they have accomplished considerab e. to hide hl'rsl'lf.t the suuu* time the + f

aa i a The fourth prize to be awarded ) ant's in the Gaztcte-News' c<.n-|I Fifty palmetto stakes have been set lion himself lies watching; on the opposite -
in the distance.
Best Grown consists of a beautiful. mission writ i! test must agree to and accept ailj: between Jupiter and this city and
Now the lioness exerts herself tnnrou..t. beg to offer the following
Orovv on Ht. Angusme ing desk valued at 3'fhu desk'was tales and conditions. I| a number of the old iron stakes still; .
+ \utCt..ul.lloItnulll' the cattle--which I U not tlitti-
tlll.! -s purchased from the stock of t':.ej i Rule 11. The rigl 1 t IS reserved to| tit' for service have been: straighten cult as they become\ excited:: merelyby from our list of

JI'' 'T"North.L e'ttMUN1 of ) Bingham & .Maley Co. ot this: city.1 reject any name of contestants:/ fcr aj I|I ed" and given proper atttention and: smelling;: ai beast of Imrt;.;- till the ;:

and is now on exhibition at them: j cause also to alter thee rules jail! that could be found wliuli h.id cattle are tormented to the utmost by i property:

Lleed, Knox PI-!>- store should occasion demand. I j been broken off au"t're a menace fear and horror, break throuch:: the

Heed Com par.;* Seven other prizes, cons'.stit: of Rule l:1):! : quettiou which shall j to navigation vveret remon d. In kraal on the side opposite[ It the lioness

rebate certificates will be awarded. 'this work and the of sakes: and thus fall an easy prey to tlie
: Betting
DI'U'V. I'o totie.Finely : arise between the contestants will I :: No. 124-$ .800 will buy furnished
lion chases his victim :and\ throttles
and will be accepted for their: face and her decision; : will be final: i I'I reach Capt. Helander says he was : and bath five first
room rooms on
It by springing; : on itlt; nek or
ex- value as part payment on a Chapin i Respectfully yours. j I materially assisted: by the Halifax breast and biting his teeth Into this floor.

ecuted Upright Grand $-1.0 piano. Certificates Miss Fay Settle I Kiver Yacht Club.: The fallen: iron' part. The hunted animal falls and I

at may be combined but credit for : Contest ManagerUtVtVfVtVt stake obstructing the channel just the lion now tears open the Hank1!' No. 10?-$1,300, five room furnished

this office. more than $::!:.U will not be: alo.\ed! I north of the I'al'k\\ootl place was The lioness appears: and has: her share I house, one acre of land, Holly Hill,

upon the purchase: of one: piano. I '.VtViV.V VtViViiiViViVmiViViiVmtf>iI I Ii afriong those removed. of the meal: Very often ti "y cannot fruit trees.
I I Hetween: Daytona and St. Augustine devour their victim !In one 11] ght; then I Ithl'Y
I THE CONTEST FREE FOR ALL TO ;t No. 119-7 acres land 300 ,
I(I @ JUST GOSSIP Capt. Helander expects[ to place come back to the plae where the orange
ENTER I the the and persimmon trees, 6 room
::5't:' t-takes and from there : remains are on following or '
The contest is free for each: and 1] 5 BY THE GOSSIPER. ti;: : Mavport second nl ht. I' dwelling, $2,000.No. .

every contestant to enter, and its I j jcosts . ..........,..................!..............!............ ....!......!...........- '.; I i l'i pleting II> more this or :work.11') in all.Her which wil comi keel- ',| The lion's favorite food i is zebra 103-$3000, five acre bearing

nothing to win; all The I I quagcu; /: (ofv hich there arc few left
: From the large number of voter ill': I grove South Ridgewood.
him busy through Felruary, he ww
Gazette News asks is hearty coopera-j i In Africa) and wild ass. Tti meat of :
.J. i who have qualified as electors: in the 1 take up work on the St. John river these three kind of animals! i Is something ,1I
:tion of i its friends and readers to .: No. 105-$7.500. new house onRidgewood
r that will last three months or more. alike In taste. I
inunu-ipal electron: indications' would ;:
make this contest an enthusiastic: and, I avenue.
; He expel't.to get to his home and [ '
j friendly: struggle for leadership. I point to the fact that some interest (i
family in Charle-ton.. S. {'.. sotue-j I Dyspeptio Moses. No. 10&-$1,200. two large, deep
e HOW TO ENTER. is being stirred up as to who ;, time in June. He thinks the pal-j I i Percy; -Mi>s Jane, did Moses have I lots on South Ridgewood.No. .

Just clip the Tumiination couponout shall serve the city as officers during ,! tiietto piling he is now putting in j the same after dinner complaint my
of each issue of the paper and .should papas pot?! 120.-1 acres land, 100 orange
the coming year and the people !:! last at least a dozen or fifteen : s
fill: in the name of the pert-on whom a lively fight i for one or t: years. The posts are sunk, !j MNJane (;raciour mr. Per.y-: trees truck land, 5 room cottage t
may expect '
you wish to enter: as a ('()! by hydraulic power from nine tothirteen Whatever mho you mean my dt".lr'?! 1000. i
with the address written ltestant.1 two of the offices before the election feet into the river bottom i i l'erey-1Vell, it says here the Lord

if you do not have a nomination coil. I i is over.Vith four candidates for giving them a firm foundation: and'j' pave Miiei: two tablets.-Ctil-ago Inter No. '07-$ .200, five room cottage ,t

pon, the name aril adds of the ''mayor in the fied: and all working I are properly 'aPIIl'll above water. ;j Ocean. Daytona and Cypress streets large j

person as a candidate.: The name of I I hard to be t'lectt'we! may expect to I I Capt. Helander hari been in the I What He Thought. lot. I

the nominator will not bo dinll ed.I'I see some fur flying before the pots!! government service for nearly! thiityl: I A lady with her parasol i No. 103-$1,500, small bungalow,

HOW VOTES ARE OBTAINED. I I dose the evening of the Hit of year and in fact staked this river I II II I A nasstT's eyeball caught. West Magnolia lot 50x150 almost
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Votes may be secured b,y :securing': next month! although at this time .- I He sal l. "Pray do not menfon': If' new.
previously as far back a* :2or:: :24= Hut here !\'t ""* !' *" ? N what ,
subscriptions to the lUyttuui (JazetteXews. -j I body i is able to forecast who has the years ago. He brought the first load he thought

and \otts will be issued : lead! in the race fir the job in the of cement and other material to Hrownlng's Matrazini-, No. 110-$2000, truck ta-. 7'' ?, 1

upon the following basis: I'I big, easy chair. Each: one of the canIdiduttt. Mosquito inlet for the building of thelighthouse :tip acre cleared: 2 acres bled house + I
The Logical Outcorrjs. and:;! barn. 1 1r
TERM. riUCE. confident of election
\'OTtS.1 is : at that place and was with
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'Did where
I see some place they
1 year . . $ l.oO . ._ . 1.O'll.' >: ;here is bound to be some d sap- 1! General; Babcock when he lost hs: you i' ,,- '
are point to make women muzzle: : tLeirhatpins No 11 -$9000, one of the best N
2 years . :.U') . . 1dll,1(> potutu ei.t felt when the votes have I llr
? life in the surf at the inlet in the "
m\. ? :- homes on Ridgewood furnished large + 4 4tea' j -
3 years .. . . 4.5i 0 . _ ro.OCO I II been counted and the result: made ISM.j ,
year "I t>upix se their next step will U to lot, garage. ,
4 years . . . G.oO.> ? . :5t;.000\ I: known. Each( of the candidates: for j 'apt. Helandtr has had many make women take out a hcen-e! for' j

3 years . . . ..=:--0. .. 40.0"0! the other city offices w. also busy noted people and public men aboard ; their diamond and pearl 11114; collars." ,r. No. 116-$2.000 will buy a nice '

10 years . . . 1(10.. . . ltI .O-\O' and there w to be no walkaway for the Water Lily, which was a favorite' -Haltimol'l'm..rkan.. home: five rooms and bath; hot.

25 ,.t ar'I- . . . 500.000\ I j I any of the men mixed up in th.s with Grower: Cleveland on his south' and cod! water; electric lights; corner l K

WJio Cannot Enter or Vote- I municipal fight. 1 e-rti hunting and fishing excursions I The Wave Move. lot.t

N'o employe of the Gazl:..tl"Xl"s'' tiThe :".:. Col. Roosevelt and his tamilyH"rt.' Ills zest for funny failI t "ar. r I +
la N"allttlng tireless. No. 123-A bargain at $3,600, Pal '
ef immediate rehitue of theirs will tourists register at lIankills'd1'll ?111
j also .. ?S
often the Water
quite on Lily His lat "t fad 1 is very gu'*v-- metto avenue. 3 bedrooms bath, com i $;.
be allowed to enter th's contest as1; i store at the corner of Beach 'and Capt. llelaixier has a souvenir'knife He's i>la)lne chess: by wlij-t d.'s) ,
i pletely good ,
a nominee aud Volusia! i nut -Cl ?v*-lan.J IM"'-'ii l) -al'r; =: tit'rtt ;
or voter.Who t| street avenue presented to him by Mrs Iloos-1() Houses exactly alike in same rON ,I -
May Enter-- being as much used as it should be. l I yrr
| evelt and children and autographed:, "*
It All Depend valued at $5,500. ,li
Any white luau woman boy or The register was established by Mr.
by Mr-: Koo-evelt.: IIh'adl j
jI I Miss Knox-There's n f<'alll1.J.u! ;
ac girl of good repute is eligible to Ilankios; merely as an acconiimnlat -.. A. 25 acres near city limits: 15 J
I story a1N'nt her !in this morning's! ;:: i
enter this great popularity voting Ito j,,: the people who come here to lott.i-u--: fully: fur:, t...<.d.< How lerMJN r r acres fenced and in cultivattan! ; 6, I 1 +.

reat contest. Just end iu your name oaj j speed all or a portion of the wn: low rem!:. t i' 't tth!! Hi.tfl Claurd"p r : Cnodart; Illt! J'''II) ..;.i 1 .'t !1---ii'\i-! r room house and barns, $2COO. +

a nomination coupon to the coattKt I!i ter season. that they might register! ply UII''k'[ ... ,..Mtti:...;.'. oii;';' u !t-r:-
management of the GazetteNews.The their names and addm-stes free ot .-, : .' i MU., I KI!I"I> I rm11: : if I 'v.i'tt: : t->: ,>r B. Lot on Ridgewood in Holly t '"

Judges- I charge and give their: friends and I .:: Hill. 150x309, $500. & ti. ..,-.'"f
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The total count ot \Kr. :; will be I acquaintances opportunities' to keeoposted ; c.. :: ;
C. 15-acre hammock trees
_I grove; :; k
made by a comimtttv ot three promInent i on their whereabouts. One .
seven years old and in full bearing: 1'r f
business men who will be absolutely ; ; illustration of the benefit tit't u-h .
near railroad west of Kingston $3,000 ::
it's :
disinteivfettd: pauses.! The committee a register which !it, always handy f. r a New Book. (

will be announced later. the use of the public, is that t"\t''y! I IF it's a Souvenir Novelty, D. PRACTICALLY NEW HOITL- m 5'

ManagementFor day there are telegram received at '- FOR SALE: CENTRALLY LO S F4''iI
it's something in Stationery and EngravingCALL +
the purpose of making the the local office ot the Westtrn Union CATED; WELL FURNISEHD; CAN -< '

.. content a complete success the Gar which can m t be delivered because SHOW PROFIT OF OVER $2.500 J .;.

f zette'News has signed a contract the messenger bOtf and} the LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH ::: m 'i.
with the New Method Content company manager: u unable to locate the parties TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS.- ;

3 of Jacksonville, who make a to whom they are addressed.! $13.000 ON EASY TERMS. :: at m m.I

specialty of conducting contents of' These: parties may be stopping: at .I i

this kind. This company will furnisha i some" boarding: hou.e or with friendsin The H. & W. B. DREW CO.' E. Small cottage on corner lot on ;: ,1,

competent and experienced contest the city, but the telegraph officeis Ridgewood; lot 100x150; fruit trees, Il'+

manager who will have complete control I I unable to locate them and the well, $8 00 on easy t"m s. I IWe I '

of the Contest Department.To ; II messages have to be sent back because 45-49 W. Bay St., Jacksonville a 1 m .a tl

the Public- of non-delivery. Some complaint -

This contest i in to be the greatest i has been made because such have some very attractive river front property I ;
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.. ever inaugurated by any paper; in telegrams are not delivered promptlybut : be sold reasonable t j ja
.. I. in Port Orange that can on terms
this section.We the blame can not really !'e AND YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND I

\ have spared no expense to: placed on the manager or mesenaerbovs SATISFACTORILY.We 2 and at low p rites. : fl !, ;
... make at a "live wire proposition"that of the Western Union because .,. :; ,

will keep the community much they are not compelled to make a

j =; interested in the outcome. We areendeavoring houtse to house canvas to locate the We have a general insurance agency and t 1
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for Goods and Souvenirsin S
o Headquarters Alligator
to she Daytona and vicinity 1 parties to whom messages are ad- .

the uewttst and mast up-to-date dressed. It i is to the personal interest China and Orangewood New and can insure against almost everything except t I !t tr 1 ,:

\1JJ.1i\l, county paper in the, state and we solicit of every tourist and visitor frost and taxes.

i the hearty cooperation of the in Daytona to register at Hankh.s: Exclusive Novelties. =r

citizens i in this: contest. ''i':.r. .mull!, n .I .. ", !h;"''I\l: lot-' .!!ty: c't':!': :''t(
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.. ,i-\,'II|lit on n>'-mall and margin.Hniok tli'T;.tort. canatlonl to .. 0 Notion-. II Silk Crape, Fancy .Outing and Lawn I I --

: Our new WashIons:: in !both wh're and colored are noiv on ilisplay. : a a : BARNES : a'
from 50c. ,
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: Our assortment i is complete and I cannot l IJe sur/aa-e! I in : : Will also frame your I'teturv. its: : i < w
: Huinr-,-ur.-. |n-r lit .. . 17o j your I.ruupnnd' I'ml-rt"'lla-her\ |s. n If vonaiT! n iiooil:: 'pair of Ho>.. w.. hi\-: t!!;. in .,nt! prui..r l..icli.! !
: quality or designs.V: will be pleadedto : : Irish l'otato.-s. |>"T pk . :BKSliEPPARD'S : .. courandoth! iinythiiii: tlllltl..outor\\hll'k'-r9w)1. -andr.-"'iirilmost .0 I nml chil.lr.-ii. : al.u! m-w II.or.hll..r..II-!. !-o.-k> 1:1:I t.i.u-k, t.in. "hit.- and I j ArtCarries

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satisfactory' work. :

,1 DAYTONATHEATRE High Class I 6R l O I O i I :.. J. W. Ball & Son !.. EST NEW CAJTIMES YO

'I Opposite the Yacht Club I : No, 237 North Beach St. 'Phone 55 : '
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WILL D. UPSHAW Lecturer I .':::,,-_:;-_-.--.;.%-:::.- I th".a.HI" (
XKW Snow EVERY ,lion "';" .
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Two tii-ki-t- to tli>- Try-.tuI I t h.-ah' r will l i. :ji\"-ii lli-nlcrt l'ia'l-r! if li- will I call l i RECmDiTIOH I I\ I ::i : ant
i iii "JOHN AND HIS HAT. I at tip I'allt! :N.-w>iM-fop-tomorrow I in,:lit. :. :"'.-.-' .--.. I..LIHdt'arln; -*..>

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I ll FRIDAY EVENING FEB. 23 8 O'CLOCK.ComingRounds' I .: '' i iuinirUtateaad
I I, I I II :'! ::r'
.1. l II.> Ogden and \\'. C. Klein, of 'Valentine dinner cards at Clark's. !I -!eurhi|
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-- ------ SUGGESTION IS FOR NEW LAW dead today
I I'ittsburj I'a., were registered i at I CHILDREN'S EYES
I tinMamio'.ia: Tuesday. Owing to the 100uU t' of the *>d dynammjdebr
Twelve-Piece Ladies' Orchestra. IMPOSING PRISON PENALTY : .
I .
water Tuesday the steamer Cheroke I Cannot be too carefully: safeguarded <-

*John and His: Hat.: was somewhat'; late in getting bat: AND FINE FOR ALL WHO FAIL I for they '")tat l but one pair to last Tills mal

from the Touioka river trip. a lifetime. If there are indicationsof : ins allay ti:

Ir. and :Mrs. John Millisan entertained ! ---,.- TO REPORT. I anything \xrong with your child's one us the

a number of friends at **\VAXTED-Woman for genera! eyes bring (him or her and l I will fit taken ton rt
... ALCANY, N. Y.. Feb.! 1 The I
whicH and other games Tuesday ev: house; work family i.f two white or i iI | thorn with Jhisstt to correct the am lie witlj,

ening. After the games refreshments -.I colored; reference :wanted. J. Kingi1 i(i enactment of a law imposing a prison trouble.- I If medical treatment i is necessary refusing to

; E PLURIBUS UNUM."One I were served. 111 Orange Ave., Ijuytona.;': 52-ot:! :: { penalty and heavy fine for all! I will tell >ou so.

I legislators who refrain from filing ,
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Among Many" aud 'One for Many." That is the purpose and plan ": *WiJ! D. Upshaw. :Mr. and :\Ir.,. G. I* Traffarn and ''I chargt immediately after bribery Dr. Neville H. Clark CLEAiOF

r of the management of this bank; to serve the greatest number of people in I :Jilt Tyler arrived l Tuesday af-,
I the most equitable and judicious manner. .\ party consisting,; of Mr.I and :I teruoon from Camden X. 1and I j'j'J 'overtures have: been made to them OptometristLook

Conservative and prudent yst progressive and entprprisine. u-e seek to Mrs. (': Donne. :Mr. and Mrs. George I II J! will spend the balsrai-e of the season I i| was the recommendation to the leg-
and enthusiasm with strength and solidity. We j for the Sign of the EYE.GREEUOO9S.
energy guarantee I Doane.: Miss Florence Healing and: in this city.: Lslature today by the joint: committee
courteous and efficient
Mr.I and 11 rs. 1-: A. IJryamt enjoyed of the senate and assembly appointed I ----

U '; a picnic at Ormond Tuesday. I' Miss Henry I'h'psrras has a Cherokee to investigate alleged ('nr-I

STATE BANK rose bush or vine at her residence rupt practices in connection with ;ill-I
Mohn/ and His Hat.
{ I i on Orange avenue, which forr, u.ln.taffairs.
t DAYTONA. FLORIDA. i *: I several dabs has beVri producing its The report upholds the cliaru' regarding I
(It i is always a pleasure to see; -
beautiful white blosgoius, when the use of $:HUMMI t'r a
M IT.-sl.l.-nt.H.t I' IKI.ANM: O. ('a,!it.r. :M. 1 F:.1' ,\HTEltvh'.rt' other people enjoy themselves: andif : usually
!.lil-nti.(}. H. "SKAMAS.: : :M. I.. WAUtiOXKU.15ert : Mrs. Edith Holt will call the it does not bloom until sometime bribery fund to be used I to defeat: I
I in March. the anti-racing bills! of fornieiJov( ; I OUTSIDER
h --
i Daily News office l before tomorrow
ernor Hughes. J
night she will be presented with ,
-- two tickets to the Crystal Theater.I: *Su)p! Look! Did you ever see a I We are carrying a complete EOTINFORMED

1)I't'ttit'r"alt'uti e I window At THE LA VENTURA BEINGPREPARED line of Green Groceries, including

: **\Vill I D. l"llslIaw.--- I CkirkV, of course. :&-:'* FOR CRUISE. :

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CAlliJ1KW The raised ':
deck cruiser, La Ventura
Jeo. A. .
*Through; the urgent request of Foye. Jr. and family who
parents and members of the dancing I!: have been with Mr.: Foye's pareat' owned by (;eo. S, title of Golden Wax Beans VESTIGA!

school of last reason, )Irs. J. C. !!i in this city for a month or more Akron. Ohio and stored at the Il'-I WHETHINER'
Howard has past on their annual winter \'j..it.. departed Green Beans
consented to meet- the ; Donald boat yard has been put in I
i class and their friends. Saturday afternoon i this morning on their returnto .( M/
commission and Mr. Dale
I and his f
Feb. 4 t, at the PalmettoClub Jersey City X. J.,. wht"rt'Jr. Foye 'I CucumbersCauliflower .
family who
are now here expect to OldiU;(
i is in the real esate'business.
house to series of
arrange a
I; l leave in
a few days on a cruise dots II a rash ml)
dances which will be continued if I
1 the coast, with Miami as their (p',,:n' $ i nn into qlp
the attendance warrant.*. ul..OT-ln or io'frolt of Uardi-
of destination.
: lleacock went oxer to Driati *Iieuiember we keep everything in! ner's dry goodstwe small black Tomatoes inn
I v ii.found 1 Iif
do Tuesday afternoon expecting to i ladies' and gent's wearing apparel( \ **John and His: Hat. : seal change parse with gun oieta! Kobeit C. Cecfce. friend or It. ]

remain there for two weeks or wore.F0R at the Iee! Hive North Beach St. :27tl: i trimmings. !'indtorill please return G. Johnson who has been stoppin-! :! PeppersThey j \\1. .UI1. o'
The ('omlJltttlllans: and I to Mr. Card JUST'S and receive i
r'pel'ifi-I at the :Magnolia i
for a time with Mr I
HI- XT-1'rj: N. KidRCwood I cations for the new home ( suitable reward.'t: (IIII'
:Members of the Palmetto Club and Mrs. Johnson departed: Tuesday I1 .
opp. The llennett :y rooms and bath house of the Ua.tona lodge of 'IUlJ-1 1I (:
and all others interested in the coming morning on his return to -Vhieago. .
garage..0.:: ; II.( Y. Stillman. 4tr:: will be received I by the : Norton Reed of I:
carnival I for the benefit of "Is- Itowling Green 111. :Mr. 'Cevke will \'i"t! si-n.d I are Always Fresh.
ctuumi'tU-o tl1 i iH't'k and bids onconstruction I
l'harlt"'o!f. of S. Wolf Sons land 1'ark" are invited to come_tn a Ohio. a regular yt ason guest at point nn:i h;, \\iy: imrtli.t II i f '.'
be a ked for at
sewing bee Thursday afternoon. Feb. the Troy llixi>t'. wa; taken ill Tuesday N at Harvard. 111. 11"1111"1
ciiiar manufacturers of Key WoJt'
once. The contrail will call forwork
:: at 2:::0 at the club house on Orange evening. He removed to
was in the city Tuesday:! in the interest to be started at once with the j MAJOR M(
of his firm.Iidivs' avenue.1; Bring workbags and idea that the clubhouse shall be First iiohaulion's Private Hospital o'i i ;. ;...................00.I DAYTONACOLD O
avenue and tSjls: morllinIS
Ideas.I'Ult. I completed in the spring. reiMtrteU to be somewhat I STORAGE CO. :
hairdressinx jarlor. I li> Vo- improved. 11 til7N\(

i ILtr'ia avenue. MM. I. A. :Scbo: ::t>'d.l'tkt SAI.K Sw passenger auto' -*wm It. CpthawVNTEPosition :Mr.: Reed city, recently who has ;many celebrated friends: hninetieth intlr.s '.> I ExperienceIs Ii IiI I L R. D. JOHNSON Mgr, I I L,..us...Hi.; V>o

n bus $If't'IJ.' t box ::tc. Daytona. Right i
birthday iI j _
-. atnnivetary.pon I "-
party can clear $1, )u with it this **\ ,
J an
F. A. Hoot who had been home --- neccessary in the !-, .
satwed.Mis I -
season. will do other work. I -
now reference
for the pas week returned to Mer- I S.\LE-on of the inert desirable I proper management of i
and experience.( Address Box '
i places tn Daytona 12 rot mswith
ri'ttt Island Tuesday afternoon to ;
: Jessie Chamberlin: arrived I _' a grocery store and .11 t .T
:)0. Daytona. 52rtJolHi a.lt' we
remain for several days. I large attic finely furnishedincluding i I., .
I Monday coming to Daytona from i .It
-- -- have the
i piano and player 2. l ha'h experience.
The carpenter gans has been t.> ouisville Ky., where t-he had been C. Liken, of Sebewaing.j roosts. basement l h*,jndry and fur ( "k.oI r.
I ,
gaged for several days at the 1-'. n'l visiting for some time, and will :Mich., has purchased from Mrs. Ceo. j flare. large g-ara'ge, fruit, etc. i I yrEOur 11 (frU. t.

C. I Uy. passenger: : depot making spend the balance of the season F. Brown her residence property at !iI Choicest location iij Daytona, everything We Know II i
'with :Mr. and Mn*. Ceo. N. Chamber: the corner of )Hidsewcxnl and Sec-i( I
essary repair; in the platform. I practically ntti:!' will sell tor
lin at their winter home on :Magnolia and avenues and will fistit in future! I
7.1: per cent of cost if sold be>f.eIarch
'WANTKD Experienced: baker. avenue. seasons as:: a winter rt'sidenl'efori I!t ) 1. Adress lofk box 5_::2. 4S-W what you need and 1I I
-- himself and family several! I' have it in i
Mac's Cafe. s-nt-w' members stock and

Hot baths. Hooper's Barber Shop. of which are now spending the winter -!'; II. H. RiKitve, the cheerylittle lei. the best of it is that

Major Abercrombie was in thecity with Mr. Liken in Mrs. Brown's I| less man, who mak*i his way around I II Spring Ox- I We car

from New Smyrna TUt't.lIais cottage on Second avenue, adjoining I more rapidly on hs| roller platform of Prescrof
sting his son and daughters, W. \\'. RexallDisappearing the property purchased by him and!
than can be done {by {t't"t. is again The Best I fords have just the st;
and the Misses Knima: and I.eliab which includes the vacant lot between -: the fully
in city for a rime making hs: ; eQui
ercrombie at their home on Myrtle the two houses. Mr. Liken way as unual by the sale of pencils.! for f work N
arrived both
avenue. and Mr. Brown were partners in thelumber ;j This i is the third season:: Mr. Rons-! I is all we carry. It is '1 chemicalsbusiness
mill business: for many years has visited: I II
:; Dartona, and last winter only the satisfied
Automobiles stored at reasonabletutee. and their sons. Charles W. Liken'II he had his bride frith customers gentlemen and
him having Ask
Skin Cream and Guy S. Brown are continuingthe been married in Jacksonville we are looking
just before
Rhone' 11:. tf busines. Mr. 1 Liken I. for.Ilyrnan. .i
: \: is in h coming
to : lib wife ladies. A .
I eightieth year, but i* hale and hearty- is not with him tIigt"a60n., but I
James Hall who I had been here i 50c.Softi'iHiu. and bids fair to spend many more I' spending the winter in Brooklyn. X.i i .
for a few days with hw brother, K. inters in I \\
Daytona, to which: he has;i\.. and many persons here are curious II III C here
: Grocery
and wife South IMImetto
S. Hall, on taken: great liking.
to know if it is a little Ilou.se
avenue, returned to his home at Jupiter .. .
: nii III II.:a 1111" Not ,;rator -- i that is keeping nW I !
: north. Mr.
Tuesday afternoon, where! he sticky. "p olil ut *If :it ir; : I !
anything : :
phatoorrLe I Rouse
we> blw.bt'Sb
ti questioned Every Day is
is engaged in the pineapple businessand I: Young's Pharmacy nave: it. Les sae. tae: Eetna1.: Kodak '! the; subject, but Rrl!!l not otherwlv:on I Here.Bargain Day i i

is a very smvefsful grower. Dt i'.e-: : 1 11: s R-ai h ;: ;;:; : 1\ ,,:nu> :u.r.: .eeGa..ooe..t i I II I;THE FOSTER CO.


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