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 Material Information
Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: February 3, 1911
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00207
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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[lord Linens, II Every Evening Except Sunday Daring!; December. January, February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida.

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Sixth Season-No. 55 ::DAYTONA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3. mi 15 Cents per Week

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WALLA C E S W. H. WRIGHT :: :: DLBOnWOVSHOSmUaiJSlMTUllM" \ [ RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies Stationery and Havana Smokers

iner 0tlMfOiNtIt4N. I Art and Jewelry 1 Store PaintingPaper 'fiit\First'--ix Atenue lir' _" ..iiir Dajtona>' looms MaT ,.n r vsUfurnlsht PRICES Books Only first quality well cured to

Carries an exclusive line of new Hanging .il anti (If.dihrouhortwttl! : II I' ... 1011 toTr.at You Hill! GEO. H CLARK I bacco used.
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style Daytona Decorating Irr.wt 1 |"|Mioii. 'r.unrau.uurcotid: : Waterman Fountain Pens NewsPapers Vet Cave Manufacturer
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... ISSUED BY REVOLUTIONISTS. DeVoe's Polishing Oil will make it look new.GRUBERMORRIS iJ J if i THE ABUSS[ PRACTICED.[


[Ball & Son : !i' BEING ADDED f I NEEDED ON

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.....f........... .-,.. CAPITAL AND FOREIGN CONSULATES "11 You Don't Trade With Us We Both Lose Money" I EN $600 TO PAY THE OLD SOL-

GIVEN TIME TO PRE fOR CONTEST. EAST COAST.I DIERS WHO VOTED FOR SPEAK

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SHAFFNEREstate PARE FOR SEIGE. I ER CANNON.
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and JAUREZ Mexico, Feb. 3-An army I PROBABLY KILLED I I DANVILLE 111. Feb. 3-Wh.le
of ,1,300 Revolutionists are lIned : NOMINATIONS I POURING} i; IN i 2,500 WOULD BRI 6 BUSINESS l waiting to go before the grand jury

{InsuranceREN'S I up five miles from the city, where I I
and tell what he knows of die: vote
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I they took positions this morning walIng ; I TO GAZETTE.NEWS OFFICE TO ALL TOWNS ON I ROUTE. ,
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I selling and buying at the list e'tx
uth Beach Street for an answer !to the ultimatum ON THE ISLAND OF LUZON. !I I
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of surrender bj 4 clock this afternoon I ion ilium Uonegan: a a inmate of

s_ i LARGE NUMBER OF VOTES iI I ST. AUGUSTINE URGING ACTION i the old soldiers: home here. told ot
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Heavy a rti lie r)' has! been drawnup some of the abuses prut:[cid at tlij

:> in position and all is in read: i POLLED AND MUCH INTEREST ML TEAL AGAIN I I IN I ERUPTION; BECAUSE OF BENEFIT WHICH I home during the recent else-t on
BIG DROP
iness to carr out the threat of bom- BEING SHOWN IN GREAT POP I WOULD BE DERIVED BY THE lIe declared that Speak.Joseph i 1

I" barding People the are city fleeing from the city I ULARITY CONTEST. LAVA IflROVH" /I TWENTY MILES. ANCIENT CITY i Cannon through the local machine, .

... in >soda)', while' the garrison DAYTONA. : board i is responsible for all the outrages
I IN BUTTER t p ill St \un.stillt.; the cit Donegan declared the vetei.ms' were
is pressing many citizens into the MI&S: Emily Dougla: MANY NATIVES IN ACT OF FLEE 01 traJe is working hand .a hand : under order in the tracks and

defense of the town and declare they Miss Ida Pellet. i with the board of county: c', tansission-:
the who paid by the
,- will fight to 'ithe death before sur- Miss I IJessie Seden ING TO MOUNTAINS OVER captains were
: completingthe
for the
EYES ers purpose o republican machine voted them aa!
[ rendering to the Rebels Miss Holt, McCork-le ihe Ancient
SUFFOCATEDBY EGGS.I highway; between
WHELMED AND AND repeaters: It is alleged one captainwa
carefully safeguarded Business in the city is at a stand Mists loUie Livingston City and Jacksonvili.) because the!
given $600 to par the o'd: so!
but one pair to last . .still and the program of races has Muss: Julia Stewart. THE STREAMS. merchants and but-'..css men of Stugtiuie lieuten-
diers voted by the Cannon
there are Indicationsrong 2 been called off for the day. :MifcS! Queenie Bell Sullivan ,\ realize t is to their interest -1
MANILA. Feb. :J-The eruption of ants and that be kept the money.
with your child'sn Mrs C. C. Hohannon OVERSTOCK GIVEN I AS CAUSE to have :,"s road finished; a. *
Miss Parker.Master :Mt Taal wa renewed with terrific ; II It is declared that 7t> per cent o
| or her and I will fit ,. Consulates Given Time- Margaret soon as Doss"' .e. I fraudulently voted ;
k Kincaid. fury today: and waves of lava; were Ithe"t.tt r-.Lns were
issts to correct the :- EL PASO Feb :3-Tne city of Jau- Rodney If a good!. iiardurfate road between i doingwrong.
Muss Dorothy Matthews thrown a distance of 2U miles in e\-I MUCH BUTTER[ SENT[ ABROAD. I Angus-I without realizing they were
f-dical treatment i i.s< nec- rez, Just across the border from El erj direction i Jack oaville and St ,
(tell you so. Miss Maggie Morgan tine is a good thing for the Ancient
Paso, was today declared the provisional Mabette Hundreds of natives: in the atit of! i I I
of Mexico\ by the Revolutionary '- Miss Anna I City such a road along the entire
capital fleeing to the mountains for safety COMMISSION MEN IN CHICAGOAN I
rille H. Clark government Miss Margaret Shield: length of the East Coast would be
were overwhelmed by the streams I MEETING
It is reported General Orozco, com- Miss Alberta Loureev of lava and suffocated NOUNCE THAT FURTHER DROPIN just s:,,s much benefit to every t-:tj'I I
tometriste Miss Kathleen Porter.
the insurrectionists! has and! town through which manding Mib I. H. Kowe. Latest reports indicate that fully! PRICE MAY BE EXPECTED
Sign of the EYE. postponed the bombardment. for 24 2"tM5 person have probably lost their i wax would pass, and for the same I II
Miss' Bessie McCann. ,
re.1.onit would bring more people
hours to give the foreign consulates lives in earthquakes and tidalwaves SOON. OF BOARD
Miss Roberta Hobbs. I to the East Coast; und would! increase.
time to prepare for the( attack. which have succeeded the I -
The Federal garrison defending,ithc Miss Meua I'olhtz.! CIIIC.GO'eb.. :2:-Commi.>Son! men the trade and props t\ values of ev I
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of the
eruptions
I I(.,Neva Vann. I
city has so far been able to muster I The natives all over the island of here announce today that there is a cry business man and property owner

only 300 soldiers and the fall of the i Miss::Miss Florence Nellie Siding liters. Luzon are in a state of excitememl great overstock of !butter that 3,0ti',- I along) the liist: CotsL TONIGHT.
600D4arryitig is considered certain when the I I This is a subject wh th is worthy
city I Miss Marjorie Rctzien. bordering on panic and are movingeverything Kn< ) pounds will be sent abroad and I action
and
Revolutionists begin their attack on of consideration, study :
: possible into the moun-
I Miss Virginia Male}'. that domestic prices will soon take a and the people of Uayttc na should
town.
Miss: EdnJh. Houston. tains. the Volusia county ct:inmifcsion; -,
The major of Jaurez has ordered I DAYTONA BEACH. big drop. urge BOARD OF TRADE SESSION[ I

a complete all business houses closed and gives, DICKINSON TO RESIGN The price of eggs is steadily declining ere to do everything possible to encourage -

jeen, Groceries, in- no reason for the order. I Miss Miss :Myrtle Virginia Freeman Smith. FROM CABINET OF TAFT. and the merchants here are I road along the the movement East Coast.for a good I TO BE "HELD[ AT CITY BALL"

:Miss Ruth Keating WASHINGTON.: :S:-It was reliably paying: today I:. and 16 cents per, Concerning the ..Jackson'il1eSt.u-:

Wax Beansn f ASHINGTON I I HAS" SHOW I Miss Virginia Young. stated 'today tint Secretary of dozen. I guttiue road the St. Augustine L\- ,, MEETING CALLED BY PRESIDEN'ROWE

I Miss: :May Fina! )'. War Dickinson will retire from the I enmg-Record says:

Miss Sallye Holland. cabinet before .lulv "If any citizen in St. Augustine I TO CONSIDER RULES TO
Beans TO GET{ BIG EXPOSITION.SENATE :Mrs Eloise Smiths ABDUL HAMID INSANE; 1 I wants to know why the board or!

[cumbersiliHower i Miss Irene Each' WHEAT MARKET DULL.PROVISIONS. CONFINED IN IRONS. i trade is endeavoring"' to assist tin-" I BE ADOPTED BY DAYTONA

COMMITTEE SETS NEXT )Iilame: Swartz HIGHER. SOLONICA: f"eb.Ldul;: Hamid, board of county commissioners in I

I hiss:, Lena Tomliion CHICAGO Feb. J-The wheat former sultan of Turke. has gone xiolentlj. -I i hurry;ng the completion of the .latksonvillo CIVIC BODY.

WEDNESDAY AS TIME TO HEAR SEABREEZE. market opened dull and weak .toda,'.
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I St Augustine highway apractical
'. insane and Las been Jilted bj The first iiic ;TIR of Che new Hay
I! Miss\ Pearl Wilson. quotations being a shade lower Pro-I : i<< I answer:: could have been tone board of u .<:e will be hold at
>mat oes CLAIMS OF WASHINGTON DEL his wives. Today hf
Mi-s: Grace Uurdick. two of is confined -
visions were higher Hogs; five cents I given Sunday, provided the i iurt the city ball tins: e. 'mng. the tit't-:

EGATION. ", Miss::;. Helen liurgmanVioKt higher and tattle steadvThis '. I in irons.Tricks lor panties interested hued been al eden naVing; been ca.eJ! by Preside -
ppersAlways Mist Middleton.Miss : '
i ; ---- I either end of the ferr*' at Jakwmville -I !it r. VI. Uowe to tocl1.llI..r the
WASHINGTON. Feb :S;-The tap' Mildred Odum 1--
MUBBBBBMMM I : It, \\11; be a rt'velationto adoption 01'a set of ruk" and bylaw, -
ital of the United States may slip in i i :Miss Grace Hornet of the Trade that t I .
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Fresh. ; moot folks here Augustine bwhHb the civic orjjnaization vvi:
and land the big Panama canal exposition -; PORT ORANGE.
i )l'!.S machines! crossed the ferry Sin In! Governed l -- in I'Jlo:>, for which San Francisco Miss Jessie DuPont. \\"e sometinns heir: thtruks .' ex-ressiot! .
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day a tier noon course: an e-nor The (commit: on b'I..1\\'s appointed! ,
New Orleans hive !been I Mi-s 1 Lena Sparkman. "
and : of the trade but do not
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: tout proportion went !to Pablo situ: 1 b> Temporary President Smith at
lYTONA'ORAGECO. carrying on such a stiff fight I HOLLY HILL. !i know just what rs m'nit' bv it. In road I J I II
lily because* there 'is a l paved! the recent mass meeting to draft a 'II
In the rN'ent'ote in the house Miss Ik'ssie Quittlebauni.Xominatioius .I I ;
the bus there I be
I I I banking) >in' ss can no( extending from South Isuk-onvill: set of bylaw has completed its wink

Washington received one vote and I continue to pour in such thin)?. The banker in all hisadvertisements to Pablo Ut>Il'b. Mr Hus:ness Man and is ready" to submit its report to \,C I Ithe I
the committee has set next for contestants the Gazette- I i
senate in
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must tea:I tittruth ]1
)HNSON. Mgr you can put it down for a fact thai board. Titer.is I mu<'h interest in 1j !
Wednebda to hear the claims of the: News Great Populantj Contest: ill '
the whole truh and but the ,
: nothing l two
I the moment the new highway" I ,ill.set 01't rider' ; n. MMiiinendecl by the
:. in- on ,till-., >iorIri <> Washington delegation. which $!lS! :.ti worth of prizes are to I truth and he must tell it today tomorrow twe 'n the to cities m comp'ei'Hitheie : , .'omru.ttet'e. and tin're will be plenty
H IIL.s i If-lu be to the contestants; I I
ll. Ihl i v Nws utncr given away the next day, ev. ry day will be AU average. during tie' of (>i>|M>rtiiutv: fur a lull and frees !

,w nt DECLINE IN STOCKS i securing the most vtties>. II Without really thinking;; of it the tourist season ol at least J!:. mathine i .1"J sctrrsiofl; eof tin r"Iun| before thebvliws

SHOWN AT OPENING.! :Nineteen ii nomination; have beet public demand of the ba.nJ'r; the ) *; a day into St.UJ'IL;UUt', ,. are adopted bv the board

NEW YORK, }"ebSto'ks:: opened -i recerxed at this:; otfice today, swelling I same high grade of mora's' they demand and on Sundays this number will btmirtMsed It is essential that. every biistne.> t ,

fractional decline 'Uulabut I the list coiisiderablv of the preacher. A liar ten tiui 's, Th 're is not. man should I IM* pn s" nt at this meet, e'
at a The official polling! places for th' Store of Ins .
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droterv ours is mighty material of which to i Work about this prop\\'I'! : the II".j antler
heavy demands later strengthto I poor any !jfiiess ng to give UK organ;; :
give
the market of the stocks recovering -i content will be at Younsr's I>ru!: won its tremendous;! trade by reason make either a preacher or'banker ; lion, It ts a matter: ot ('o'd busme. I a 10;:<>"d boost at the start and K* "
scoot Store, corner of Heath and Gratis;*> of the of the food studs it .'
their loses while some advances merits I Absolute confidence is necessary before There is, no need for further argument ; the new officers to understand th

'made Cotton was eas- avenue, and at Hankms dnu sells, but not content with offering the public entrust. ni I
ier on were heavy liquidation and eightto store at the corner of .Reactstreet hal quality and purity alone, the prices : the keeping of any man, awe conndeme : cry tstizeiis putting his shoulder every man in Daytona in making th I

12 the decline I and Yolusia avenue V are made lower thanou are askedin is not inspired b>' questionable to the wheel and assisting: the (touii i .-oc'ieta success It's boo t.nj? tnints 0
lower. leading
on ht aselling May abroadTwentyNine. Ilot !box will be ru:' each of theplates <'. the average grocery.store. I methods in businessThe banker t\" s'
I and all votes must !be deposited I
: must not only tell the truth, but an 11ll1)4)rt<] uud: rtak::.- I
I in an official ballot; box. i with iri&tifuj ,
must be connected an
The first official count of vote )
IJ? tion which will bear having the
Spring Ox- v will take place FndaFebniarv toby j j truth told about it, Right hero14. i POPULATION 1 of mm D i Druggisl
a committee of three prommeiv PMONF 37Btach ;
; I where: this bank comes in i.tron i.1 Street
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Is have just the citizen contest, who, thus wiU ensuring ant,:: a.> judges all con oj CONRAD GROCERYCOMPANY There is i not a thing here whih will I MAY I Y BE READY IN I I Ml I I "., Daytona, Florida 1

not stand the search-light of truth "
CentCANDY testants of fair and impartial dealing I I'Jlelltns. rood fj tit aW"
any time-day or night. Xot lng to I I
jved fort It is urged upon all contestant:; NC
both II CENSUS BUREAU CAN GIVE
tf> lie about The
cover nothing
and their friends :that a special ef. up I I TheBest is ahvaysthe Cheapest -

for be made to make a good chow. mtreH' are inspected. examined;, I' ESTIMATE WHEN' FIGURES?, and that is why '
and and probed th* l". tier we are adver i
emen lug in the initial publication of th'
t!sed. If lIdl T nik! appeals to WILL BE READY TO BE GIVEr*I r
Nice and fresh. box will standing of contestants: which wil 'PHONE 51Daytona. .. J
Try ,
a you you wt tl"11,1:.1 prtt tit"i; r it- M is
S. find it the best sold for the occur on Saturdaj. }February il, ant OUT. Harris'Lithia r
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.. will contain the official standing of ; ;
,"-' price. all contestants up no, Fruit*, Febru' jc, A) LodgeNo. I' ,\d\-;. .., from: the reuses\ : b:iv.iu: : aUash '' g

SATURDAY 1141 ". the Daily l :I \..-wta I : gi
!: :ns? on to i
,_ 29 Th ary -lo MERCHANTSBANK I , ,.. ,..."
C. 1U. and SUNDAY LIST OF PRIZES: B. P. 0. E. t!xa.: th- L:far- ":. ." ; ;Il.
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''t/Hl: or the c'I'! \ .v ::, ; f
First Prize One Chopin Upriaht Meets Every Tuesday
NANKINS The Grand Piano valued at. . .HtU";; | J I... ready tr <(: 1
Druggist Evening Visiting ( is the cheapest \\ ate;r f.r to
1-- Prize.Scholarship Columbia !- Members Invited. I i for a mewn '
STER CO. '. AT Tilt FUCK Second A. D_ McBRIDE, President SoW at the ruunta; in t
('oHegealuN at..leO.tN.I ., -.,. T. E, Fitzgerald, E. R. 1I 'cuy.
Where Volusia Meets Beach Y: Geo. F. Crouch Sec. I J. B. CONRAD Vice President I .... ,' ,. ,
Telephone 69 Third .:; .S< holirsh'p lrrauah-: i F N, CONRAD, 'Ci.5'r: "::1,[ .j !! Inc half and f five-mall! r\ I 'Hlt'oj.


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I ; r--' -4 GEO.Dealer WRAY ill I[. DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA 'l I 1|

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PIANOS aDd DELAND the county seat of

_, PUTtR PIANOS VOLUSIA _, Volusia County, STETSON ::1

(""Dcert TaDer is situated 23 miles southwest of

/iMfl PIA _os FOR RENT COUNTY Daytoua and is reached from the latter UNIVERSITY

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

road recently constructed.At Four Colleges aDd i 8
:lELAND, FLA. TechnlcBlHchooU.
I, DeLand is located the John B. Equipment cottIn .
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nearly | tsjg .
RMtI0ffl[ :! of the lead.
Y_ I On* $100,000Surplus Stetson University. one Endowment :
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Capital 1300.000.
- -. __ -=.. I A I : ? 'WOM N'S $50,000A. ing educational institutions of the Faculty lessors and of tt Pro-In.structor ColW
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EXCHANGE Because of the interest in ,. Smyma vWednesday
77 for I ,- --- South. ('bristia;
) t : :.i ;. ---.:.. ":-::- In Ilnytonii that ('lIn I). MCBRIDE.Frt'sident matters educational DeLand is knownas but non-NectarUn
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For
-e- .___ -- - tilt' IlIft.t IIrtlt ( "The Athens of Florii. Information.
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I..e......,.. 3 :-. ;. -' ',1" i., : _- _::-;: -- -<,,-' C et'st'zi1IonIrs.M., I J. B.CONKAD, address: *STakeder
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: : : : "e'"(.. ; I ., "- -. 'r. ;, ;' :: J. HnlllwI. 1;) Volti:1 v Vice-President Stetson University hasa faculty Lincoln HullCJ
t : ;>: .. John-
:' := ;_ f Iii J.,. 50 and instructors. Therearc Ph. 11.L.Lln..J).
: n professors
iI" ;;; ? J' .' ) R. A. WOO I>. -
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I_Restaurant I : equipment; nearly $300,000 endow- afternOOnmore

..........ii......... I By L. C. DEMAREE.One ,,- -- .., fact must be apparent to the most molt; a Carnegie Library alonc representing J. W. PfRKINS at !*'(
superficial observer. With such lavish an investment in building
.0..1. of Daytona's crowning glories
: HATS is her incomparable beaon. No BUSINESS AND i weilth of natural/ beauty it became DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than Phonetug

an easy thing foi the hand of The library is the United and prMr
: New Stock Just in at : one who haj ever set foot upon its ] PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS STORE 120000. Attorney andCounsellor
tr-svn to give the finihins; touches for the
Government
States depository ,
racked sands; no one who I! .
: Peck's Bargain House 8 aver smooth pedaled a bicycle over its expan VJiioh. have Tought cut? the colors EVERYTlIINGTO State of Florida and contains over and

) : 112 South Beach Street. 's no one who ever drove a !, and outlines of the big picture. EAT. 15,000 volumes. Science. Hall, one I at Law UnlontownjMrs.

1 ......0......iusiuiiiiii.s.i.i.i.i.i.a.gi.uiu. prancing*; pair of horses and listened -J4- -1, _-v.4ISISISISISIIISISISISISISIS Man did all this in the laying out TO TO WEAR USE' of the newest of 16 buildings, with stree Win.

.. to the popping: of their steel shoes of the streets with: their wide marginsof :...-- its furnishings, represents an outlayof Will Practice la Bay

:. LOfG WAH-CHINESE LAUNDRY 5 upon its asphaltum-like face; no one N parkage. The entire city becomesa Reading Uoom-X 60000. Elizabeth Hall is one of tate and Dry U\i

SIS Dr HO.-.8 Shirts BBACH iT., NIght l DAYTO hlrts' A. FLA.10._ who ever steered a high-power automobile -I : E. S. HALL : great; park with driveways Inter- Elevator Mt>n'lct' the most beautiful college buildingsin FederalCourts Jacob Siv|

U. White Bhlrti Itl Woolen Hhlrts in Z. down the broad stretch of ipfntins miles upon miles of driveways Rest RoomG.A.DREKA4CO. the South.

sa Check New Sblrts Hhlrts 131 8 Undershirts Drawers S M.m wave-washed and surf-packed sand 5 Architect and Builder : >o good as to attract motorists. The city has a population of about!

..S' Collar hIrtsco1Iaratt.3Mocks.IrPRIr*or Cuffs 3 |Handkerchiefs S S J Z but: realized: that it !Js a world beater 1 S oII\! Palmetto Ave. : from all over the contir: =nt. iELAND. FLA.: 3500. with a thickly settled country D LAND, FLA. Mr and

.La41p.I clothes at corresponding price BH. a world-wonder. Go stand: upon : DAYTONA. FLORIDA. IN And as for the pavements, pavements adjacent.. DeLand proper is five New York

....i.m.........u.ieuisie this wile speedway and see the hap- .......................SS1 I laa.. look and a*'! like granite 'miles east-of the St. Johns River, on the GodnuJ

....ISISISIISISIDIUSI. py souls flit by in joyous mood andanswt.r where else between the eastern Voliisia CoiintyAbstracted t the.high rolling pine land of thereat \VRIGHTINSURANCE j enue, thin |

C. THOMPSON" Agt. ( whether this is riot one of ........................B* and we;"trn seas are 10 many miles "\ "Orange Ridge" of Florida. breeze
: : the seven modern wonders. N in proDOrtkm; to inhabitants? The :; .1TheIt'predominating products are

: LAMB ENGINESHUPMOBILES : ::: W. C. CHOWNING M. D. 1 paveme-ut question statds, with the oranges. and grapefruit the estimated Now- I
The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.
1 I flreet of the c'hief' drawing Bert Fish, President AGENCYDeLand Cherry La I IJ
as one
I : General Medicine and Cnry I>. Lundl, Hec- crop from this vicinity being over
: Demaoitratioa Gina at Any Time. : Where think you is water with more : Obstetrics IN I cards. Till some unheard of place n-tury_and'reas. 300.000 boxes this year. Grapes

: PHONE 3 : picturesque surroundings? Nearly a Office Hour: I:::10 to:1:111.: 7to8p. in. S reports more and better Daytona Abstracts Furnished peaches, Spears, Japan persimmons, Some ,

._.._.._.._._..._.._.._.._._.._.._.._. mile wide. fringed with tropical vege- : Over Kodak Place. "Phone 39. : i throw*, down the gauntlet. to the and Titles'Perfected plums pecans guavas, strawberriesand Florida N J arr

I .siei.iiuasuisi.i.i..... tation, artistic cottages with roomy .........................I world. other fruits are grown in plenty. and are vij

verandas looking out upon her bosom --- Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Fruit.
JACOB ESPEDAHL ::1 Insured In the way of public improvementsare OLDESTLARGEST Sengsiak
gamey. food fishes in countless num- .......................... I \\,h..tcone's shortcomings and [and miles of fine shell roads an
Contractor and Builder N SI many home Mr|
bers beckoning as it to,those : Maps Plats and
were howe\er indifferent or even callous
Designer and Craftsman N excellent high school, electric lights
DR. J. E. RAWLINGS : ers are si.-l
with rod and reel her bosom flecked j Blueprints HupplUdHF.LANI
Superintends Construction of Build- ; N I one may be to many thl1: S. the mere of waterworks that is owned
Plans and Non S a system
Ings. Hpeellk-Htlons and
Hhort Notle2 ,'. with duck and coot and snowy- I : Physician and Surgeon 1 mention r.t "flowers ;and squirrels >, FLK.: and operated by the city. supplyingthe BEST *' TOIUK!
DAYTONA, KI.. )RIDA. : winged sea birds which sit about as : I b.rds; ; and fruits" will send a thrill
OFFH'K. : OVKK. KODAK' PLAfK.: 1N purest water at little cost. lerrCome .
....ee.................... !if for :the sport of bobbing upon the I : that is reflected fai defended l pupils ing
Phone "M i S BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that and
.......................... waves; watch that lubberly ol N white headed fat IS S I S I S I S I S I SI SI S I S I S I SIISISISISISISISIIISISISISIS DeLand a church-going commu- new Oayto
pelican pouch .
a For : wii.i, FARMS
- -- - - -- e 'eI1''rstor a spare goober Meth-
OSCAR MICHAEL nity. Baptists Episcopalians,
:
: mullet and that fish hawk stru-Iir.i: I tluTe u:, a bunny ]ready to come COMPANY odists (Northern and Southern), Pres- GROVES Mrs JoljM
p : CONTRACTORS : upward with his floundering load he S N I ,jnl iH--ept your gift. lie will sit bolt Manufacturers of no math I

Filling and Grading : snatched; from the water. : : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS : II'J -ri4.it.: and kna'vv int the meat: LUMBER byterians besides colored, Christians Baptists and and Catholics Metho- TIMBER or aboard Mi.

: .. See the beautiful launches> spck: E Civil Engineers : 11"t i II rf furtive saucy glances! at youIJt'tnu LATH TRUCK Indian 111Saturda |
a Heavy Hauling a Specialty.M. . dists, are represented.
N and span witfli hampers: and lockers : iule SHINGLES LAND I
................ISIS 151515 bulging with refreshments, both solid I DAYTONA, FLA. : I-'lo-vr. Usually fresh and bloom- MOULDINGS The graded school otTers a tenyears' "','ntl fur Knrgaln day aitl0r -
and the building whichit "Sheet to.
i'l'I ; .;'i. NN I course,
S -:.ta.lli-1
-!'\! -!
ELLA DeVOY & CO. e beautiful surface. Take out your field: ..i.ISIOIOISIIISISISISISISIlS1SlSISSUSiSISISISISIS1S ".il of Goldsmith's; couplet: where Musury's J'ill-Old Hoofing Paints occupies is newly furnished TilE GdD- J
._ throughout and is one of the most
Ida the river from --- --- -- //tlt. hall Vin.-nt
and -
&.i sweep - I .
Siuiiin! sprns: its easiest visit paid
i MILLINERY | Ormond) bridge to I'once Park i ..nd Miumu'r's lingering blossoms I S a Bond and BrickDiLANI lic schools in the State.
house then whether the
Are Showing Fall Styles | light Halifax isii't say anda : E. L. STEWART : are delayed. I ). FLA. The trip from Daytona to DeLand I II I i. : and
i of
i ; : a thing beauty *. "FLA
In of ari att>tJ huesredoiiiinatt
Olio yad:
_1_ N*. 8 Beach St.. Daytona. Fla. | joy forever and of the modern a Physician and SurgeonS SS roses ; I is made by automobile in a little Pa. fnen
one |,,'flit I ilttlltioll to e wende.i. N KMKsir.: : Tlic, *>iit. liinl N u...'. < tuiiiul --' SS over an hour and there are many Valley Hr|
I _ _ _ _ _ _
f P
for the and the
NN u penchant poiaoetta: '
siclfiuMatMioli.i ninn ;ar.1 t I IprE"mhlS LANtllo [lion
I & drives in the vicinity of the THE ins some
K -- x. dour w.-st of P.O.. ti-l.<-ihont| "-'. S aflame another is hid- i I pretty
1 : The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge. : t>fll.<-.. hours: ! ire ; at Law I county site. A good road leads to I'I'I engaged I il
SSISISISIS1SlSlSl uen :in a jungle of tall cane. Variety Attorneys GORDONGARAGE
- East Florida | wood. .IIISlSSIISUSISISISISISISISISISISIS II Practicing In all DeLeon Springs five miles a historic is one of|
? ." the spice of life and here is where State and KcderalCourts I' ,
I Iou citizen
I where of water
Telephone Company | nidg wood avenue Is upon the crest \ find it. Hpeciftlfiicllltlf-s for spot, 60,000 gallons I it-ended toil"p

of a broad: ridge straight as the crow a The birds flit in, pnd: witfli their investigating IIndJ'f'rf.'tI I bubble from the earth every minute. The

Connections at Daytona I flies and the wide spreading branches -,,5 DR. F. H. HOUGHTON J joyous notf help to give fullness 1bpLANl nl II.{ .titlcg..I.A.STYiART&iYj. From DeLand automobiles go south DeLandHeadquarters

of he heavy-trunked live oaks extend -, N lid symmetry: to the icture. to Osteen 18 miles, on shell and

for Long Distance Points f their giant! arms across the magnificent -' Dentist : marl roads; thcSt.Johns is crossed by
As for fruits choice citrus fruits for
{
i \' ta. forming an arch and ferry near Osteen and cars can then '
I rOffioe In P.--k Bloi-k SS Da\tona \lelds: the pam? to none for AutomobilesAGENT
1 I B. C. THOMPSON. Mgr. from these extended arms great festoons PHOXKlttV: : >,.t Kiul: "South lri! .!g.' Na Isaac A. F4tewartEgford continue to Sanford and Orlando by
quality and quantity per acre. There lily
I :! of Spanish moss sway as the S Mary Stewart hard road. There is a shell road FOR
> SISISISISISISISISISIISISISISISISUISISISISUSISISISIS ere scores of citrus proves in prox- Maxwell Tour
-- -' trade winds from the tropic: seas Attorneys at Law from DeLand to Orange City, five
)' ;mity to the city, branches bvnding Cars and
tJoocco- fan them. Looking straight ahead and Notaries Public miles and a good road from DeLandto ing
to the erth with th ?ir burdens of
- :
RunaboutsArthurCi.
T. McCLELLAN 1 :down thi3 Whfte shell street one has : J T. K.: ....tz ..rI\llI K.: K. Ontes lucious gclden globes which for DFLAND. FLA. Lake Helen a like distance.

the impression of a fairy path with '
2 FITZGERALD & OATES 1 lt>aut)'. proflicacy and! ali desirable

N Mill Work I I: 'lf sa draperies but as you move 2 Attorneys and Counsellors at Law qualities would truly astonish :you. J. A.ERICKSON. BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO. HBir.lIn
>1ong and cast an eye first to the S "spi-riiii I Fnrilitlfhfin' KximiinliiKiiml :: I N Royal }'.JiiiiiillnHAMLIN
Write or ask bim about anything 'f Tight and then to the left you see N I PerffrtlnK I..,ml Titles 5I The Fastest Autos and The Finest Mnnufacturrrs 1

q you want made of wood Everything distinguished cottage homes in the 'biti,'.- ii,('ollratl I5ul Ming. "Phone1W 1 Out. & CO. Light Granite Buff Red anti

: the best. most delightful settings.See SISISISISISISISUSIIISISISIDR.J.P.ESCH The 'sev* i.th world wonder, do Largeht Stock of Drab Brick
I ____ __ _______ ___ __ ,_ you Pianos Organs and ljirp- Capacity! : 'ln-uri !> Prompt Ship-
t.h.) glistening leaf of the grand : &
ask? whether Mis-sour
1 north Ridgewood Ave. Fhonc23 Ccme from Sewing Machines hithuis.V rit.for ROOk! t and Prlci-b.
magnolia which! nature has varnishedas @ @ !@ -! or fron Jluine from Kalamazoo o. "South (If J.-ic'onviiU- LAKE hELEN..\.
lKlANM: I II. FLA.ALLEN'S. HAMLIN
S) i.i' I no ortis's brush ever could; and T.mbucto: and :you will be "shown."

the cabbigp palms with their burdens J Physician and Surgeon Here is where the world's record for LAKE HELEN

I IOJf showy fruit and swaying palsis; II I-d is broken with recurring i Attorneysand
) ; slH every Surrounded by several lakes
pretty
} PICTURESQUE{ PORT ORANGE y IVniiiMila l>ri\f. filth 1 h HIout h of
; see the lovely holly with its exquisite ei M.i K.: riiun-h., )iffl-.- in>iir'. I 12! to;! I'. *; ;,elcW'l.utos.: the biggest, the fast- and guarded by lofty trees is
pine
!J in..r. t,i7 i.in. 'I'hon.i.! l l 1'\\1'.'NA *' I :N< xt to PosioCic Counsellorsat
9 bury; see the climbing vines ?) UKAC'H.I : i I e-t. anJ the finest[ are on daily parade I Lake Helen, a winter resort of no Law1'KLANI'

I PORT ORANOK isB t'un riot in the trees; see the cryp- \....< ,.. . ... !: X!) : and: the big show is as: free as I DRUGGISTSJEWELERS little importance. Camp Cassadaga,

!touted pn-tty little five village inll.sanihof PORT ORANGiHOUSE[ 'O&TI morns' forms which gain a foot- --- .- - - tlie: pnre artesian water from the: a spiritualistic camp-ground is situ
t
Daytona on hold on the great oaks and SCatelypalims ;!; @ o.y-::: !.!)rX! \ (!M:} tlumsauds of flowing wells. It Is a PyLANI, FLA. ated near Lake Helen and at this FLA.1'EUAjiD -

the aytonn"W and surely :you will join in continuous: show with a constant!} place several hundred
I I people make
LADAS' POOL PARLOR[
*jnyrn hard surl.cevuedth.seenlc- .tlhe chorus and say that this is a 5hitag: : scene.Everything winter
headquarters. A lumber
I laige
s. Fred Cumu.ngs world wonder for beauty. NOW OPEN. I G. W. Fisher [fOUNTAIN'S"
J:gbway of the KnstCorxrt. : $ goes from a :!-horsepower mill and the largest brick plant in

The town is Owner aad Maaater Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage | Clean and Warm and |; up ta 200-hor.' power, and Drug Co. the South are located at Lake Helen. DaLAND. FLA.

locak4oathellallazRlverandls: Homes. A Good Place Rest pjl degrees of speed from a canterto
I; to | Drugs Stationery ORANGE CITY
a two-mile-a-inimite: clip. You will
ClothingFurnishings
conarctcd with the FORT? ORANGE No one of Daytona's attractions | Play Pool Now | I probably catch the spirit: when you Huyler's Kodaks Candies, The principal attraction around
-rmnlnnlm oppositeliym (f Checks Given i Cigars
bridge. perhaps; command's' more nearly universal -, : I do the roads and the beach are yours. FLA.AsrlljieTOOOAtL. I IIhr.I.'Nn. i Orange City is the many handsome Shoes .

!1, The town Is well BEACH attention and praise' than does I (| Myrtle Ave. and Beach St. e I The Florida sunshite is free, the I iI golden orange groves. The town is

I bita vu\ and has the artistic cottages. The owners of \!( (!@!@!:. balmy ocean breezes are free the supplied with water said to be the
Lots for Sale.
Ii mM ypretty homes.A these charming villas hail from every -- _.- -- -- I birds and squirrels z.nd flowers are I purest in the world another attrac- I

"I tourtaU targe and number winter of Liberal Allowed Terms for corner of the country and they bring ...................6........ I free, the; sparkling fountain water is I : tion to visitors. It is at Orange City '

Mwati make Port IMPROVEMENTSOcean their own architectural: plans and : When You Are Looking for : | free: and :jou will have to go down that passengers over the Florida East

I, Orge.tntrhead- or River build upon then, and, as the architecture i-- : Some One to Do anto your wallet on.y for coin for Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and .'J't

; quasaeira..neotthewTeaI FISHINGC'on"t'nll'nt of one section of the country : :auto and bed and: bofjd.. GROCER drive to Deland. The town is sur-

bctg the ttractions excellentA Race to Cour Automobile differs from the architecture of another This is r.o fanciful picture; it's all rounded by land peculiarly adapted i

hl I:. and Bridge. so do our homes differ in j Electrical Work% i here. It is drawing other thousands DELA D. FLA._ to the cultivation of citrus fruits. j'I FLOKI DA .
Apply to outward and structural
distance
short appearance
WM. C. HOWES f and ho'ding! them enthralled it will j -c.: -=--=-_=-====

!, west UHI.I Port remains Orange of Agent beauty from one another. There are I charm and hold! you. Come and s 'e. i.................... ..............................+:
are Port Orange Fla. no monotonous rows of strikingly! : PHONE 14, I :
ttiH old Dunlnwton .
Far mill a place similar build'nss: but the eye as it :: : -

,..-\t II visited every Port Orange sweepby is treated to a kaleido- JFORLAW "From;; the Grove to the Table" lITHE! DAILY NEWS
\ .r by hundreds oft scopic change which keeps the mind
INDIAN RIVER GRAPE
.r1dL One time OYSTER CO. wondering, "What next?" .

all the country west I). DUPONTGrower J It U no* only the exterior of manyof : THE ELECTRICIAN. J FRUIT AND ORANGESGrown .. ..
? Port Orange sur-
o .
the Halifax.
and on
Wanting the old Dealer tht1** homes which rivets atten- to three whose
OYSTERS andCLAMS : The finest quality of fruit for sale : Gives Away some persons :
Best Prices Best Work
in 111. irms a vast In- tion; WH.D.C they are models of convenience 11

dl;:o&nd sugar cane Pt.Orll r.1l"-nR\"tonft and the finishing and furn- : NORTH BEACH STREET $ in single boxes or car lots. Special : names were mentioned in _the :

}>I.2Dtation.The mill i tehlng jive evidence of the eleganceand : attention paid to filling orders.
\vaa operated extentfvelyJn .......4.................. :! : Every Day previous day's paper :
cultivation of those who worked --- - _._- ; MUNROE & STEVENS __
those! early WH. C.
<1'ITU hut has been !. HOWES I it all out. Indeed, it Is the interior B.B.B.B.B.B.B.BOBBB.B.B* GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. .. ..

I d'KURrfor: forty or I Real Estate I arrangement and artistic furnishing N 1 JOHN P POLLITZ N 1S Office Next.to the Hidgewood Hotel. I : Four Tickets to the Crystal :
I n tyyears. Insurance I and shading more than the exterior

:A-ery Interestingdrive I appearance. that gives a surpassing S .- ----. - : Theatre and aMerchandise: :

is by from ocean Daytona bi-at-h I NOTARY_ PUBLIC: I charm to Daytona homes. This feature : Suchard Chocolate . ..il . :!<.!'?' !)!' I!.'!. :: : Order for 25 centson": some :

to th. approach 01 Port Orange. Ha. jastly: merits prominence as another : 5 and lOc Cakes : 1 GITTENS & MESSING .

lh-l rid 'Port... ntro.e Orno t h..-- i wont'er. .SISISISIISSISISISISISISI5IiS S '1 %c .,.1..,.. .-,,! to E. t., I..."_. A .'0. i : local store. : : : : : : :
1!!
Tir.d: :,' II inl th.-n. S. G. MARTIN Streets and Pavements the Most I S I us II S I S I S I S 1 I I S I S I. R (;j Fresh Fish .. ..
..In! ,* tliroutfh th.irincipal -- .
p:s and Best. '
.treet of I : McDonald's Boat Yard : 1: u Xg Clams .

Port < rani' to th. [GeneralMerchandise Why thq Architect of the Uimei- a Established: 1903 1I
l I and Rose Bay Oysters 'i Watch for them t
r.Il.s of th.- ...10--!.l.lr.t.9i chose to give Daytona the most admirable. CHAS. M. McDONALD Proprietor = ---your name may I

; old sugar the most picturesque naturals Boats J' Market on South Beach Street .
1 Railways. Built. Repaired
mill returnina tIhiytonal'.v 0 : :
thnvMlon : Port OranJre. na. S and-Housed... NL 'J Phone 5 Prompt Delivery ; .
th'mainland.I not revealed, but that such is a L i. SSISISftSISISISISISISI5I5ISI I'I. .
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THE DAYTONA' DAILY Ntln'S .. Page n.-
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LORIDA ."'I(' Laura Benedict ]I Clay Pips..

I FEBRUARY paper having :- ,e. which h 1 vanishing II PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA I .

f ... oring for it during : .street chophouse. wn<
smoked in this coun
:
: outing. '!
y. STETSON recent timest.\ The clay I SMYRNA is situated fif-
oft I IF Dainty refreshments Appearance in England HOWEAND NEW miles south of Daytona ORANGES

UNIVERSITY ( MEETING Of daring the social; :; ( : 'ir s n f the i itt: t>nth (-en- and is an ideal spot reached It you want the
cc tae! guests were !loath almut, n DiLAND FLA. CURRIERFLORIDA apply( at
Four Colleges aDd I I hospitable h050: SS. i ( remarks that the picturesque I
Tt'CbD1cal He boo I.. r tht >lu>* of hlkt-'tl l ;i Point Grove
B \ ]
Equipment coil. With its ancient ruins dating backto .
Ing nearly HOOJOOO. I THE D. A. i R.I now UMtl' a'''t'ry where:* fort h. K'dlnnd Indian
Endowment a time when the history of man KITOranew,
C Faculty of 40$: pfj-. 1 / CoLV.. M. Shaffner was a New ]: Stnfifonl-hne.. has l been LANDS runneth not interlaced with wiresof the: hest ID the '

in lessors and in. \-. Smyrna visitor: on legal business'', : PORT J J JPORT pii-) and -hy from the NK\V !HMYnFLOKII'X: .\.\ the modern telegraph and telephone stat.-.
stractore.Ohrlstian "
but lIon-F4f>ctartan, :.:... Wednesday. |: writes W. A. Penn its miles of shell streets as Grove situated 1 1 m.
U Tt' J I > 1I.'rhXo\\' all hard and smooth floor and from Daytona on
blng. ; : STATE CONGRESS : as a over
For ; TO BEHELD ORANGE :: M. LEIDERSDORF I the DaytonaNewSmyrna
Information .... white pipes are arched by hoary forest giants that Road.
address: "Take :Mary and see whst's un- Resident
of Lincoln ,- Dondinville has from Newton Ab Ajent grew in stately grandeur during the Prices Moderate
Halley' ';;: der John'3 Hat, tonight. It I Town and lapse of bygone centuries. New
re Ph. 1) Un D. : "HERE FEB. 15 AND 16. houses on tehmton., in Devon I FERD
LLD. tt
I to all parts of Eng Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance
d NORDMANNProprietor
President Mrs. :M. L. Lewis left Thursday a northern man! who world in rough lumps Property and restAll
.
: afternoon for a visit of a week or I of Iuarrn loaves,
ABIGAIL BARTHOLOMEW CHAP- possession until next nature here to
is inviting
.rp.g ..:. more at. Lake Helen and DeLand. I : twenty-eljht, pounds; very
p.g J. V. PERKINS Mr.and Mrs. Hunt the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
TER MET AT THE HOME OF Spectator.
'Phone 28 will call for your clean-j Mrs. Shaw returned R.S.NALEV I too is to be found the best fishing and

tag and prt"esing. tf BUR MRS. C. A. YOUNG AT DAYTONA In Mr. Hunt's launch. 'I Interruption. hunting in the state of Florida.

e Attorney andCounsellor delightful trip. i i lan. noted' for his General The people are thrifty, the busi- I

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Miller, of BEACH. I The stork !J as n second in Hardwareand ness men enterprising and all unitein i

Ue at Law tW Unlontown. Pa., are visiting Mr. and Wednesday afternoon the Abiigail I home of )Ir. and asked by a friend to extending the welcome hand of

:, Mrs' Wm. Atwood at their home on, and left, them a lit: i II to the miiyor's offlcrt hospitality to strangers. There are
Bartholomew Chapter held their February -I nture as a witness: ,to Builder's
lby
Bay street. Mr. and Mrs."m. five church edifices for white peopleand
Will Practice Ux ? meeting at the beautiful home I registry. lie con
of State an4 Dry liveoak stove:. wood for sale. of Mrs. Chas. A. Young.: The regu I I moved back from D >n the scene was reach Supplies, an equal number for the colored
new home built on ; the Furnitureand population; the town has an excel-
Just
FederalCourts tar aj
gs mayor
Jacob Sspedahl, So. Ridgewood Ave. meeting was preceded by a board I
50-6t meeting. On adjournment of the'' old home which was ; the last formalities he lent high school. a splendid public ;

lat latter, the first hour of the chapter mer. '! cannot this UndertakingNew library aad up-to-date business i
I I I,I Mrs. McLeod :: ? Is tb' re no way houses.
DxLAND, FLA. Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Stout of 1 meeting was taken: up with business "
: this sad occurrence\ ?
New York who last: winter occupied I: relative to the State Congress, which;: last piece of property SmyrnaTHE There are any number of pretty

yeU the Godman house on Ridgewood avenue : will be held in Daytona at the !I I the estate of her : homes for the permanent population

C WRIGHTINSURANCE .. {: : this city, are now in Sea j i Palmetto Club house. February 1..;; Weeden, being the dared"L., disease Hunger.ts the most which numbers close to 2000. and

ii' # breeze. and 16. This congrtcs will be preceded i of Dunlawton avenue : the poor?" some very fine winter residences. STAKBAKKSMYRNA
I
17 i by a reception Tuesday, February -::'street, to James : condition in which the OCEAN "HOUSE 0 There are good hotels and boarding )
1 'u. E. Lyoa. Mr. !
*Now is the time for planting I If
14 at S p. m., at the Palmetto in the stomach houses where you can find accommo- I S g
a AGENCY Cherry Laurel live fence, Box 89. I IIf Club house. i I, will improve the lot ;I accumulated secretions F. W. SAMSritolMUKToR dations to meet your requirements. NfW I

4C-12t I The reception will be tendered f>,;, ture. glands: send Irritations ,1 Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a i i JOHN T. HAMMOND,
-- W I, Mrs Wm. S. John by way of the pueu- 1'r..eident
the state officers, delegates .to the section of vegetable land as can be
DeLand, Florida J. Somers and wife, Mendham: ,:' '' her store for the .." Rates: OCO:: L. BKANNINGTransacts:<
congress and their guests; by the local found anywhere. This land has been f'..,hkr
N. J., armed Thursday afternoon,I 1 i work and other : : awful: And to think 53.00 Day
uy chapter, carolS of invitation being: per divided into small farms which can I
; and are visiting :Mr. 'and Mrs Theo.I work at her old : can do nothing for a
ts issued. A program of day meetings' sutIt'rcrs-Clen'-: Special per be bought at reasonable: prices. Someof
OLDESTLARGEST t at their Beach lawton i a.enut.and
Sengstak Daytona General
.- will be printed later, to which all D.I : Week the finest celery grown in the stateis i
home. :Mrs. Sengstak and Mre. Some ''I JosephVh.te: of Banking
R. members in the will be
Is, I 1'\ city 1-:x"IIo'lIt Hunting raised on this land. All other vegetables ,
.' ers are sisters. X. J., is having a IUII I-'hhll1., I Business
i: welcome guests. l i the Question. ; grow in abundance, and here ,
down about his I
and BEST The following ladies: ; were elected I,put 'hat did p$ uy when noI: tvltN.t too is the home of the famous Indian' 4 1'er Cent Interest
ag *: Tonight that able and entertain-I Riverside. II !! F 1..11:111.-\ I un Time Deposits
active members: Miss Ella Willaume! for my hand? River
ttag lecture, "John and life Hat." Associate; Mrs. A. II. Stanley, Mrs I!! lion. Chus. I>oUghel I rare to i jilve his re oranges.

t For Florida >a1 i Come and laugh with us at the 11'm.' lIatch, Mrs. M. I. Stanley and Representatives but I couldn't marry

U- FARMS t-.' new Daytona Theater. 5-lt :\Irt>. Wm. Church. !,I Tuesday in Port ( I where he t..Id me to.-

If possible an automobile ride I of Dr. Herrkk, of .I .......................4........+. c.................
S. GROVES Mrs. John F. Gillis and Miss Haas, hour for much pleased with ........ .....; e
is
an or two being planned
who made the trip to Palm Beach he ha;, purchased a
TIMBER
or Thursday afternoon. Any I). A. R.
aboard the steamer V. S. A., of the I Cummings, it being MCDONALD : The Co.J!:
TRUCK ladies or others having cars who Joseph Zapf
..rf': Indian River Line leaving here last feet of the hotel lot. I
LAND :.. would care to as?it in this put of : \ TS :
Saturday, returned by train Wedne- : pects to build later.
U tend for Bargain the en'twlajnuifnt of the guests from t
day aCt'ernoon. i The GooJ Times. : JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
Ii Miitetto
; different cities of the state will and Western : .
(. __.2.-._ I home of Mrs. T. :M. ; .
dst ,_ kindly leave their naniH, at the : Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor 2
THE GOULDTOT1EN ; "' *
1 : Dr. J. C Herman, Osteopath, 20Vohisii Chas. E. Gardiner store side i :Monday | Steak and
a Mrs. Fozzard was Roasts + : house in Florida. Sole distributors for *
\t COd Ave., Daytona Phone 40. tf, The program of the day was a dramatic I :.I. .
card party Tuesday
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I>FLANIFLA. Mr. and Mre. John Julies of York. : I King's; Mountain and a descriptionof I I I l to ,..e that ;ou get It. A T

'C f Pa., friends of Mrs. Jane Free of the various monuments, marking "Does His Jawll'Solitary' 1'hozif II:i!; : Special attention is called to the; :
k'. Valley street, Seabreeze, are spend- tablets and stones of that region the. } ) .
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THE ing some time here. Mr. Julius is United States government having appropriated I *
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GORDONGARAGE wagging. I 'O:1: l a\e >'ou'ordertin- *
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T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor.C. Exceptional Montyaawlngitiuri
I IANTHONyStIt \ In e lubricating oils on the market. t :
S. HARRIS City Editor. '

HARRY L. ROOD. Adv. Manager Enamel Ware 1 .t
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December 1, 1910, at the postoffice Ribbons any Greatly EnjSi
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/Leave Jacksonville .' 7;<0 a.m yaMi41141u !!!..!!!..".N.W..W.W1mn'mt:. i .
Palmetto Limited. Arrive Harannan....:::::: :: 11.55a.m.50p.m:. Q
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DAILY. Carrying& through. Coaches, Charleston ............... 4.S7 p.ttt.BbectrieLighted EXTRACTS FROM A LETTER !
.". ......... ..... 4JO IIt.m. were disappointed in the appearanceof I' : with all I t
Pullman Drawing& Room Wt'hmond. ............ I+ The Electrician.
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J. B. GARRISON Phone 71 e
WRITTEN BY JOHN C. LIKENTO
Sleepers Dining& Cars. Jacksonville to ,". Baltimore ..... ....... J'.l a.m, the paper Thursday evening just Y j t; finest ChjSammc
W. Yhlladrlphia..11Sa.ttt.New ...... :: .say so to the electric light company. ;
Y'k. :New York: ... ...... 150 p.m :: FRIENDS AT HIS HOME IN I .N N .+.
The paper was issued under difficulty :

Sew York and Florida Special. Leave Dally Jacksonville Except Sunday....... l.iop.m."0.kM that day because of the fre- SEBEWAING, MICH. N10.eN.....eN.iN NN.N. ..O...O.0.NO NN.N0/N0' -' :.......
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Description of this popular Pullman .". 1 ............. .. ....... 5J'*p.m.K.25p.m.. quent turning off of the electric I :
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Tills train. consist DrawingBoom. 'hit'hv'xnnxh ......... ......... .. :Mr. Liken who is 73 years young,
. tateRoomlilrepingLfaingandLl- current, which crippled the plant.! -
ArriveRichmond...................:.. 7J< 11.11I. BOND LUMBER COMPANYManufacturers
w temry-Obs with rvatlon tinnrw curs hUli-sp-, heated*!brakrs by steam,and, ( ". Washington.....................IH.'i a.m. * is occupying with members of his ".......]
vqttpped llekt -d throughout; by t"1t'ctrh"! '.. Baltimore................. .11.S7 a.m. of .
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:Mrs. Geo. P. Brown's houseon
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comfort in
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affording v Nta..Tth A\e., 82d! Ht..: 33 p.m. to keep to the right side: of Second avenue for the winter sea 0a
for reading at night + Laths. Shinties. Flooring Ceiling. Brick. Lime and Cental in Stock i .
Leave Jacksonville............ V.lSa.mArrive the street is still being violated every son. .
nlflc*' Mini Yard.: Fast: I'oa-t Kallwu.-* andOrong. AT"-
Florida and West Indian Limited. Hlt\"ltnnah................. 1.:"p.iu day in Daytona and some day The river referred to by Mr. : .
'Phone 83. R. MALBY Manager. .
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches, Charleston.Augusta .. .......... .. 5.4(1 lI.fIIlp.m'( there is liable; to be a bad accident Liken is the Halifax and the following Z i .
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IDectric-Lighted& Pullman Drawing RoomBeeping [ ,. Htchmond Washington! :fI.'It.1l1o i.llllt.lII.' resulting- from the disregard of the extracts are taken' from a | 0 010 0 0 N 0 0 NN NO N N 1 N N .0.ON 0 e r. Conc

t & Cars, Dining Cars. Jacksonville ;; Baltimore ....10.KJa.tii city law and the rights of others. letter as published in the Sebewaing I -- r
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to New York. *: New Philadelphia'York:! .. .............1.5op.m.: p.m Marshal: Gore has had any instructions -I Blade.-: j .. .
to see that this; ordinance is A leter: from J. C. Liken to Mr.1 .
I Coast Line Florida Mail. Leave Jnckvon\llle............. I .
I Arrive 1 Savannah............. ..12'via.tti.7J.ip.in.: enforced and has no time to attendto I and :Mrs. John Schilling relates: some I. .Th.si.M.lI ;; ..
L"p. Coaches Charleston............. .. .nrin.iii., ;; I
DAI Through this enforcement:: the city council lof the pleasures he i U having at White H\\
f Drawing Room I ** Richmond .............. ". 'p.i.. If .
&ad Electric-Lighted t :: \1' ..' . should hire help for the city police-I Dajtona. J.'la.4\ he it, spending! .
Beeping Cars. Jacksonville to New York. .. P.iltiiiu.rt-: ,I1..1:::: :: .. .:::. the is beautiful .
winter. Th. I'rhPuun
11', .... man to insure the enforcement of Dartona a. (
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fttops Sleeper at Meal Jacksonville Stations. Satannah.. Nework 1'hilitdflphla................ ,.Iu.m'l| toe city laws. I cily: one and Q e-ha1l miles from I Ii .. 11 t > u.

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I I a rh'er. the name of whh: Mr. Like.i: .
The ir-Ti.. meeting of the new Daytona .
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I 3:!and 5'i Monttomery Route t:sal tId I i i1 I boat ply cotithma'ly:t Oi>i:
1 the city: hall tonight and no business i
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-1 ;u.'otont of the shallow water t. I
$.15pm 1.\. Jud..ul1'.I1.r. t.I: 1111I v IS: put Lv Jat.k"4..II'.I1I.\r ..:l)an, ?i man or cirizen should fail; to I 0g ...&...Isa (
.. .._ large ii of Ull' *' crab: have OM'Jt !
IJIIIAD' 1r..Itlautit I.t: IN '>1111I 111111 \r )1\ll1tIClIII'r> 1., rapm5.40pni be prttserst at this stssica. ItN: tf. I of in husband's factory a
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IJlliamr lumtIunaI 1.4111. Lv 4.11111''ut i 7.1ipin \r Na.htIIl. L' uin the: utmost important that:; that I t'irss: r
$.4 prim Ar .. .."IIIt'IIII1I1t1 Lv ".IUIIUI Iiuxmr... 1-\111"111.: 1.tT., them are a3 laiise Oj the Marj Martini : he'd Electric T:
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7.10 am Ar .... ('1IkuI0 ... ,Lv 9.iipin I: .i.4. ,.1r .. o-r. I..ul, ... Lv' $1.11': ''' i I I meeting should be well attended as! which a use a Westinghouse I a
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No e4. Dixie Flyer Route Xo, !..-.. No. \':!. i Seminole Limited Xo.IH.I I of the and the I Many northiners who spend lW!: : r
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Ar.\Invcro.a..I.v... .. 5.loxut 1 i.lapai ,.\r"" '\V.mI'ro'j! ..:..i.v. .9IVam:. : 'I When the tide ebbs it leaves exposed .
'1 (lala. \r. Atlert101 In "' . .. '
h,4" IIIII :!: 11I1I1 ;i.\r. \110:111\' I.\ 1 1.J1t1U:; j I Howe to receive, discuss and adopt
8.Cipm Ar..Ivnns\111i.: .I., IUtll1ll itaiam; \r. Hiranlllglilllll 1" I! !the' fine of the beach lora It doesn't take I Iil .
6.4Naw Ar.... .,'h 11'11 10:0. .1., ityi put I 7.1.xtn .\r ......('hlt-ao, .: la: \1.III'i 1.utpu: : :' I the retort of the committee on bylaws sand a man to operate .
-F 7.:1)a01: .\r..Ht.J.oul'i..... I., M.5 pin I, ..:!IlulIIr......-t. 10111. ..l.vlitpm I which han few hundred feet and it is packed .
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I rules as hard at pavement. Every d-ij: the motor; it is made for woman. .
to govern :the body. There are il I .
For Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or Write 1 I automobiles bicjcles and ped-t-'ian.. .
many matters of importance to the ? Well
a t A. W. FRITOT. Division Pass. Att. W. D. STARK. Traveling Pass Ajt.JACKSONVILLE. I city of Daytona now facing the new swarm the beach in pursuit of the Expensive to operate hardly; r.

138 WEST BAY STREET I enjoyment it affords. Fishing is i a i .
-t FLA.I I Il'i\'ic body and the prospects are it great sport there and the river is i the current costs only a half cent an ..
Y I will be a busy organization for several -
I always dod with followers of th's .
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Seminole Limited I I diversion; a few engage; in fishing; i Ia.I.I.I
f ''II teamersU.S.A.j I I ::*** / as a livlihood. II
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r SOLID TRAIN AND I j St. Augustine is waking: up to the I Daytona, wrUes Mr. Liken like ....i...I

) Electric Lighted Throughout. I, Constitutionare necessity: ; of maintaining a dean city many of the southern; : dies, is likea .
-:- to be lutracitive to winter tour's-ts: I magnificent park. I.e streets lined I The Schantz Electric Ice ..
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p15 tE' I ICtllCAGO I now running betweenDAYTONA j and visitors, and :Mayor Matteisissuing with; palm trees lend a beautiful aspect ..

iliFi iiwtruetioi! s that all ord'nance -I very pleading to the eye, and .
and Water Co. .
I and i ; which have ;Jiis; ; object in'itw a delightful place to live in. I r
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PALM BEACH 1 1I i[ latest: : one to be called: to the attention NOTICE OF CANDIDACY. ........................eeoe..... ................ ..

I 4hROPQI I I I of the basin e*.* men of the Ancient -t ', .
I : I hereby announce myself a ea" I I ST. LOUIS ,: Leaving Daytona Saturdays and I:i i City is that vvhuh forbids the" daze for city llector' and ask 111. .
: sweeping of trash from sidewalks -.a..o..eoa..o..o..a.-- .
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Tuesdays at 8:00 the fi ;
a. m. i support of the Voters in .
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AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. j I, bound South. I i ton: to !be held February *<. .
.. has given notice: that this!
O..rnIU..n. (Vniiwrtm and HI.tny'uro. .. I I V-\ ..1.V.
| >- : Leaving Palm Beach Saturdays I Ii i 1 % DOOTH ISouthern o
1IItIhllluaIIM.rU.lhh.. Kr e ordinance will be strictly! enforced in Railway .
Retuning ('II/I.r(.'air. 1'Inlu;('..r.. i j I and Tuesdays at 9:00: a. m. i ii : -- --- .
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Lv.. l JiifkMiii\lll I'hlt-ii,:o < 7:15>:4iAr. l II;, ti.p. III.in. i bound North. 1 1i runday Feb. 3 In American History. i I ..

Ar. Ht. LUll I... 7.31 IIt. in. i i I'riiii1.t.foij<. !w.' ..kIREPUBL NORTH, EAST AXE1'ES'I' .
Fur hlirpinu\ ,-/-r n'si iv.it Ions and rallII [ as the ordinance provides. St. Au- ISCC-Albert Sidq'v Johnston! Confi- PalmeD.u I

road th''h.1".lr.. ... I I nu.stine, like: Daytona, It? a winter I:, crate general lK>rn: killed IM 1,.L1S07 ..
1. 4'ANT11'1LLFlorida :
TaAgt.' ; .. JnckM.iulllr, Kla. i 1C] j report town and every possible mean -Joseph Iggieston l Johnston Confederate 14 Fast Vestibule Trains 4JACKSON .I....
s I $'iould be taken to keep the city general, born: died t 'Jl.1S11 == Daily == il ilI
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writ IN clean and attractive for vis . -Horace Grceley. founder of the
run (\\-raDAYTONA j .ortl.I
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===='Ocn: I AND |I What applies to St. Augustine!1 ap- e .
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plieso Daytona and the major of EVENTS. i ii a.
Jji 0 ST. AUGUSTINEEarly I ASTRONOMICAL I VILLK .
The Attractive Way in Fehruary this town, should take every possible: (From uoou' ti>.lty to neon tomorrow.) .

I mean to t-ot't' that Daytona is made I Sun sets 5:10.: rj-es 7; :(C; moon sets! .
"The Florida 7:40 m.1 .
visible. i Special" : a.
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McCOY BROTHERS an inviting place for w :nter; visitors! ; I a Ocean,
t North and West I "The Southern's Southeastern Limited" 9.00; a. m. a.
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t South Atlantic Limited "The Atlanta-Jacksonville 8:50 m.
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II A solid through train daily pm. I Uncle Sam andCherokee I STEAMER SWAN i i -

For Cincinnati & Louisville 0 : : i! I Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars to Atlanta. Ashville. Cincinnati: :I.i.iTllF.

i Through electric lighted sleepersTo LENGTH 150 FEET-281 TONS. 1 Chicago Cleveland,
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With excellent accommodations and service,
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I i electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passengers i 1 RRAILWAY; ; DINING CARS .. Fresh oa

Dixie FlyerLeave il Tomoka i .1 SOUT. I .
t LI 0 I i is now being operated betweenDAYTONA .
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n A solid through train daily II River i i and i : i iL

11 For Chicago L I 1 11 I :Ni '. 1 I.. ?.IFf.K.: ... i C L !111r.I I I

': : 1i PALM BEACH] y. A.tl.inl.i, ia. 1 I r t. I I. = :J ..0S ..

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For Eva sville & St. Louis 0 .

O Dining Cars on all trains : i INLET AND i I. i Leave Daytona Thursdays.and Indian River Route. 8:00 IS EFFECT JANUARY, 1911SMI ', 0..
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Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8:00: a. m. 7-.7 ;; :::--
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he best kinds of i 31'. r. Daytona/'Florida : surf bathing and pleasant eccur I : r -S r4'v;:: SEABREEZE t

:et. 1u : sinus)! into the outlaying counts, and : 1 FLORIDA $
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: NOW OPEN cruising up and down the HauTax .
i The beach all the forenoon was; Absolutely
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a J Paul H Verkamp, of ncinaatu.a : : crowded wish bathers and all ot the :
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r i L. M. WAITE, :Owner and Manager. i is a guest at the Ridgewood. i-ath rooms of the Hotel Cartodcn': 'I : ;.' Fireproof ;

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i 4 '; ._ Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern : A M I Gill eon, J E O'Daly, L Edwards i .
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.,:.: Convenience. Send for Booklet. : and are guests of the Ridgewood.Dr. Mr and Mrs J K Gwjnn. Xew York; i .
: 9 Mrs Xew berry jr, Mrs Xewb<:-rrj sr. : : Booking Offices: :
CONCERTS DAILY. Seabreeze Florida E. L. POTTER President .
; : Mrs Shaw i iIrosfc.
.tf Detoit; Mrs Henry C
age. sN and Mrs. R. X. Smith and : Hotel Blackstone, Chicago :
i t Summer Address: ATLANTIC HOUSE:, Narra,anM-tt Pit-r Rhode Island : Miss Helen Smith who have been Plainfield, X J. | 1180 Broadway New York W. S. KENNEY. Manager .

.ON.NNtiTOASTERS .fit-.' :...................................................: spending some time at the D to6' I number Hotel Clarendon is entsrta.n: :i:.;; a ...............................0....................:
1 ot prominent representatives : -
r
:4 pland left Thursday for their homeat I
of many of the cities; of the .........I..IQO.....I....ir.. O .Io-Y...I...
/3- ....0.0..... ...O...o.............N....ON. Havre de Grace, Md Union. who are contentedly mating; ;
e Located in the Most Beautiful
it their home while in this semi-tropl Sarato Inn

; ;4- THE RIDGE WOOD I Mrs J M Keith Miss Keith and seashore resort, and everybody I __a Spot on the Halifax River... ...

I Mrs M K. Baker form a party of it> biL;;y in engaging in the acti\'i- JOHN J. McGUIRE Proprietor.

E. D. LANGWORTHY Boston people who have come to Day tits and the many diversions: f'a'h I i TITE INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better illi

If Proprietor. tOM to escape the cold weather of day has to offer j | Florida Table of the best of everything m season. Terms as reasonable as j jj

< ,the north and are stopping at the Latest patrons include Mr and Mrs j i' the service will permit given oa application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No, 112 <
: :: NOW OPEN. i
Ridgewood. W V Crawford 1liss1: Crawford OOON00000.00000.000000000.0000..01000.0.QO.OOOOOOOe
f Miss Mathews Crawford Robert:

IRONS 1f I. All departments will be managed by white Northern help, i Among the recent arrivals at the Furry, Brooklyn X Y; Mrs Bertram :......0.0.0.N 0.NNH 0...0.NO...............NOON.

selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white : Palmetto are Mr and Mrs II G Sears Mr and Mn J Mitchell Clark : THE BENNETT :
Mr and New York
Mrs MacKaj. S
.I.,http used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : Bleakly, Philadelphia, Mr and Mrs J S Wilson, Willoughby Ohio; M I; M I : U.tY'I'ON.t. FKOUIDV :
S Lawson
children
maid and too Now open for Tti. thud '< u .on undfi th.' 11'nril niuniii):*'m"< nt of \ H. and KLf :. .
; .r with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the : Brooklyn X Y, WJliamVellingjlcn, Bond Lake Helen; L R Bolton, itS 0 ; ;_ pro|>rti tor ol Bo-ton. Tli I B. i I.adt.: i it. nr t- 'lii-s in >..r\ "arti<.uar) Th.' .
L Phone 71 ,.< ;' : Harding{ Boston; Mr and Mrs Ino fe'mur'urhuln. : r.ortab1..hit.--tuptoy: ... a moo. >rntiou.ac. :> >'nialhon.'Itkr' .
; finest Chefs, Waitresses obtainable, Washington D C. atinoh| 'r and! a location on t Kit. 'ton.i- l>oul!.'\':ml. HnU\\oc'd l ut.nn'Teo ten .
1 D Gibbs. Baltimore; :Mr and Mrs E : 11I"i o"rh.lrug", Hotel.HI t h. opt n\ utir. month of \prll e

..' I Summer address; Proprietor: Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. i J Morrison; Yonkers; H H Meyers, : Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages MarbleheaJ, Massacbusetts. :
... Mrs H. D. Wailer who has been E G Flickniger Indianapolis: ; MrsF .....................................................
.0...0.0'' : jN...NO.N..NO.NNNO.0.0.NNO.NN.N.ON.NNO spending the winters in Daytonafor S Brown, Denver Coo: :Mrs ,ViIi 1 i
sometime, arrived Thursday ; OOO.OONOOOiDO00.........-.........-............

MPANYlLUMBER : 1 1i : from Xew York and the Des- bur, Michigan.
.........IO110101. .....1..01101.......1.01001 is at i THE PROSPECT I II
8 pland She was* accompanied by her

i -a, : THE PRINCE GEORGE : niece Vernon., Miss E. M I. Guine of Mount Ml" SNOW IN M YORK 1; I 109 South Ridgewood Ave. I

taut ia Stock : 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R station and Post-office.
: DAYTONA FLORIDA
". ". ,
iDgf Are.ALBTr TRAINS ARE ALL BLOCKED. Steam Heat.

Manager. ;. r, ., 'v :. Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors :. Late arrivals at Schmidts' hotel: i P. J. DOYLE Proprietor. i

....0.......: : '. r includeV W Palmer Chicago 111; .....................................................
:i : Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. : O Stanley Xew York City; D JVil- NORTH PART OF STATE EXPERIENCING :

a ----- :- Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. : haiLis and wife, Statesille, X C; .....................................................
-...... f : WORST STORM IN TEN .
Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. J D Limburger and wi.fe. Shelby, X i
: JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
I ; : C; G C Zaring, Fred Loeffell Jack YEARS AND MUCH ALARM IS HOTEL SENECA ..OKMUllMMIIN.: I"t |.:.\N:' >""T|!K" :
i :', Steam Heat Throughout. : Sotl\'ille. .

:: White Help in Dinind Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st : BEING FELT. .. ENTIRELY NEW ..

I Albert Bennett Proprietor C. R. Bennett, Manager
II ..".. .' B] The l'rln'l'Gt'or' Pier* the only landing in l 1tI\toiin! for st..\uJU..tll1'IIJl1;: Mrb. James T. Phelps and Mrs L. YRACtSE, N. Y., Feb. 3 The : :
I II e. '. e: Palm heath boats.; VnrticularswIthpt.u-ur.t : .J.J P. \\'oodlS, of Boston: Ma *;,., arrived worst snow storm espenenit-d: in : A NU. PI...,.. forNn:' Pop', : .. Rum tan_ \%.t.'r.&I. inn IIn. mis I ," :

: : I dnesday from Pain Beach ,.his: part .f the country for ten : INM.III WhIT"-.o rtii--. Thruu"It.:'! ,/t-iK. Mr. Foster :

{ ," Same Management as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N. J. : there they :spent two weeks or yt>art:" is rain; ; "throughout nonlur'i! ...+....... ..........e.....e..............e.........

I r 00ISISIS10I//.1..1.1.11 I inure at the Royal Pomciana, and New York toda '. Trail: are bo: *.'*.
sI.ISu1./0IS/SISSU$101.1.11.1. : .....................4...............................
u :ill n'main in this city for a month a it'd and w.11::. tie t..mpetfun': _ _ _
e
.1...1 NE'H SEASIDE
.101./.1./.10/01010/0101/I.ISI.1.101SSneU/01011 p': i id l hOed 1 The ladies are (cousins on Lake Ontario. DAYTGNA BEACH FLORIDA :

sbandfs fac-I of> Mis 1V.V.. Carter, of Volu&tai I -- : This IK: M .ii''di'iit: t '.il i I'' II'i ituruicc :,,"d I I'.t, 111"'; r-elll dl.I.! .. cd .uid re1I! II' h'd 1 :

[house Elecor i THE NEW GABLES : :: \.'nuUK.,'. 'Ior tllc: ,bc.'IJ; : l'J1P.l1 t.' ...v-t :1..: Ic.ltrt.u: 111'I it I... fir': 'NlIl r.tln111.1 .
:
THE "CEORCIA Cf OCLONE"\ [ : ',
1 r I II Hut H".I.J t.'ld: 1 i 1 1.1'1.: E.I.-ittlc.itd! C.; is Li h's t..lllkl: 4

; : Rates S2 50 Day and lw3rd.cekly: Rates on Application J
: to run it. I Ito "'_ Daytona Fla. :1 .tut arrivals at the L e:;pla ii : per, ;
I 'II :"I' I \,',' -- tl"I'F i I I I I. I I.I'I i II h.\ \IIhit.:1: fI, .I;0 111 i ti; i.\' N: 1 J. .
Ii r : 3 -,(.? i.i, 1 la iU e: Mr and Mrs J U 1Jo:1t.; : SWEEPS PUBLIC SCilOOLS. .
. i a 4 NEW LOCATED.HOUSE.EVERY CENTRALLY MODERN 0I : alld i Mr and Mrs James Inqhr-iUi;; #-**-..*.--.-.*4-..-*--*--.-**...***.o..*.- .............*....*-.*.--*-
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?vex. CONVENIENCE AND \\.iMiesbun, PaV; 11 I..n\totl.- ........ .....0..........ONS.?...............3.0.0..
: ,t COMFORT. .. .. .. : lw.a; Mrs:: Jauies (J I'he'ps: Boston; WILL D. UPSHAW EDITOR AND .

operate I Ior f Mrs Cb.ules 11 Wood, Boston; Mrs '
>
ORATOR, ADDRESSED SCHOOL "The Ivy Lane Inn"A |
: Steam Heat Throughout : 'J 11 \KUiady: Milliteut: Mctradj, i

woman Pitj-vburs: : ; Mr ar.d Mrs!' hM\\and i> CHILDREN OF DAYTONA AND .

ell I : tm S. H. MOSELEY.- : \\.tts.: Mon.tgi.intr: Ala; Loait .\ : High Grade House catering to (the mcst particular: people Central location JS3

hardly; : Proprietor : .Jootltrl, Inu-rlakeii, :X \; L r lark: BREEZE THIS MORNING. : .00 and SI.CO per day-517. 0 and higher per week. J

f t : \;.\' York; Mr and Mrs E K'ilbe,tMiiiutMjioli& .
alf cent anric f : t; .... ..... ,i, Thr.Irhnrtou.Thouuuuilland! : I William D rphavv. tin' (:euria! :
:r:
> -- : S. .. of WM. W.
F"rk. N \ during -uinin. r l MinnRtnei I : Open November to May. FOLTZ Proprietor t
crutches, who ; k-i'-
t : J'l1.: : "orator on i- ttl. ..................99 S.......9999999999999999.*..S....
f. ture a't the new Daytona Tina r i tonight
.......................ISOSUIWI.I....S1.IS01IS.ISSN0 ---- ---- -- ------------ --- -- -- -----
'
} :t arrivals at the Hamilton .
and who has nibi> r 'd hand (\'\s .00...N N.000.00N.S....NSS.ANNNNM....0.....N

include Fred T Kelly, .Ulai.ta. Ga; girls from the north, "'-">1 uli. fi
.1' I. '.... ..U.........1..........U.IISaSIS/SS/S/SiSISI Mr and Mrs J H Ionian, Mi-s E I I east and west captured everything I THE SEVILLE E. H. PURDY, Prop. |i; t

Ice | .' 0t .. M Mlles: J :S:) Young Miss Beatrice A and everybody in sight at th.. Daytona I Daytoua, -- Florida :1:1id!.

: THE HAMILTON : Grant }R :Squirt:) New York City; public school: this morning and GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON. :
II M I Schultz PittsburK, Pa.; Mr and I I Kim's'olJand
the
repeated con< at
jut-ts
Surrounded by Spacious Grounds. m the most delightful part ol the City II i
I .. Mrs 11 M Miss Ruth Vboni,
New and FirstfCIass : Vboru. Seabreeze It is next to int-i I The guests receive the best t the markets afford in the diuiut; room, and every 1
: Ellington: form Mr and Mrs M I GRobinson i I
; |if.ible for anyone whoa>; noprfent I comfort and convenience that a well regulated hotel can otter to the public !

0........... .. .1 LU-nver Cob; T Soult-:. Ho "take in" th. '1t'/ ': .0...........!....Ni.N............00.N..Mit..0C8. '
Mrs .J J H Xettleton )Irs.E Uoslck. from a newspaper: repoit
r t tj
:' : Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells : \\ Miss ,\ Wagner, Stephen A Sitting; souietuius in hi'u; ') r. ..............m. ... .. .1SI.SSIO1.SISIOI.1SISI EI. ; .

It'u'h.t'W: Milford Conn. leaning M>nieiime: 011 h:- *',' :, h.i DAYTONA I 10 LA. : .: n'.tlla';,'- v
0..00.SO. Elegant Rooms, with or without Baths : ( _'! : The CI eve 1 an d. riT I IS Y
S : '- ------- the genial, magnet Jeoi-) an cia : t : I1'CIlt.' Cuai; illy :;nod lal'le

.. .. Ketit annals at the Seaside Inn up leathers pupils and v ,s;toi: :id:: and t-C"e". ":! % 'nlaV''u'' !'ol!' .il.d. wJ. iA'Fi-CN' Prop. I f''
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inchide! ,I S Shanlye, New: ok.v ..erred them: vvnh: sti li :itln! : '.aa::JI i : clo.d': : ,i Lh ' :
IwayST I ,, ....... .i0I0II0I.i./IIROt.'.I01.11.IiOI.90I.I.iSil. '
.I.i
: MRS. 1. M. MABBETTE, Proprietor : t ShtJtJat'k&oDvile: F .V Bailies. as no visitor to l U i\ton: ha i- I't'i :t
I t I l'htlad"l'lua.! ', J.'rt'd'ot's./; X...w York I in jears Tetore he was. t!Iruuh' II.-
I .. eo.-...0.0..00.-a...s SSO..O.C..OO.... 000'StC400 (
City.1 \\ \'t'lsey. .fatktrt/mil'e: WN :' speaker had all iht pull' :s i"!n I i;; :'
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: Palmetto Avenue )\TO\ \. FLORUSCHMIDT'S )..\ : ''I 1
r (' imp'. Ocala LV Hebron Ocala, I tett and even :)upfOrllh'l'l'llt; : J \\'r,-,!it i THE AUSTIN I! r

EColt..' and wife, Ocean Grove, I himself: standing up re, >'.itmt: Mi!!
4 ...........................................ISISIS101. ', ,
Daily == :\ .1 J, :\ i E: Harris and wife: Ian.. motto which the d"Lin/oII.I1.: /: ; (J d ,1'|
i OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA FLORIDA JV
Ii Ga; MJV llendersyoa. Bai.unore MdMi had learned: during the SHH ;'"01\;'-

i .101.1.101.11...01.101............................: and Mrs I .J I \ Ford. Mr andIrs 'I' he spent in bed-"Let m.'h;IM ii '" I G. \, '. SWAN Proprietor i iI ,c! I

O)-*..oii Ford Cleveland Ohio. courage )'ou-never give up" Electric Lights and Call fells Steam Heat Hot and Cold Water ft
LE I HOTEL : The: boys and girls* roll d w '.h 1 1Se0t00
.0..............................os0.N0.0N.OONTHE
laughter and then th > 'JI1ak. ;rdropped
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: Keitnt airi\aU a: theu>t.u :n- -----_-.
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.: : Schmidt Proprietor, Daytona ----- --- -- -
Henry of truth"
goden nuggets;; :'i i ,
7-40: a. m. I : Situated on the bank of the Halifax River one mule from Atlantic : elude: .V I) Evarts Veriuon::.;, Mr their hearth that will near /b.- for ..................................................... t
4; Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single en suite or with bath Sleeping rooms and Mis llouhkos! Newark .N .J I;
9 00
m. cfHlt'llIs.nn oflr
: a. Rotten. \t the
r are large, airy, and nearly all have sunny exposure The cuisine and service 1 Mr and Mrs L V White, and child I MRS. D. J. CVMMINGS.I '
8-05: p. m. 1 I is admirable. Rates, $3.00 per day and up Special rates for families : I'meville. X Y; Mr, .J I* Jaues.; ltayShore L'pshaw's tpee'h Mr Ursrht, t a.Vdon !! PINES C
the students to give 'the v-i for e O
I on application. : X \; Mrs J J Edwards, lacy: i
8:50 m. An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct
II
: p. a rousing) vote of thanks. I
SIS.111010101.ISI01.ISSISI.SIfINIS10I.........1.1. Shore, X YV; s Heeler ('iucin'
supervision of the proprietress. t + ;
nati; W E Preston South Hadlev

-- Mass; A M 1 Brwks Cincinnati; K C Attorney E. I" Oattf. return-ti! t'i!' .- South; Ridgewood: Avenue, DAYTONA, FLORIDA t

vshville Cincinnati, .......................1...I.iSISi.I.I.IS1SIOISIS. Kook and wife Thomaston. Conn; morning from Ocala where h.. hid 1338 ,Same management. as the Ne iv Magnolia. Asbury Park. N J i

New York Mrs R It> Rowe, Indianapolis Iud: been for a day or two on 1 If-a.l; i b i-.. 000010..ON.N00...lOON00000...000N00NOONONON00 fI
tile and 113 SortlkRidgewood Avenue. :
I 1rs: J K: Mk.h. I, __ --- "
THE MAGNOLIA NeimwLaneing, ness. --- -- - -- :: .
: LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. : I t I


(Q CARScsonville t'r S Fresh Bilk, vegetables and fruit oa the place. Furnace beat.t RATES: S2.. 0 per 1 ..................................................... The Willmer I I: The OSBORNE :
I day and up: $12.00 per week andfupS : .
I \t. <'. KK \M M !1'1/t | A. OSBORNh, Prop. F
CELESTE HINKS Proprietress. o I
t MRS. . Com'ortahle! ) Rooms. Room Only Modern Conveniences I .,

Florida : 0..............................ISI.I$1.ISI.ISI........ .. .. Excellent Table SOc.. 75c and 5>1.00 per day I
Ka'cs ,Moderate 2.50 to $ .OO per week: I t tI
I I Steam Heated Rooms 11 Orange Ave I
c.. It I'KTTIT: : THE NEW EXCURSION STEAMER : 312 So. Palmetto Ave Daytona Fla. I

.\. Jai' o \'IlI1"1.... I r .oN..............................N...e.aN.a...... 1 I

.....00.000...; THE IMPROVED :
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CITY HOT EL i J. The HARLAN IN Lake Helen Fla. : 'I Si
i I THE PINES
DAYTONA FLORIDA. j '' I SOUTHLAND I : : ,' :':t'*. r.i1! t r I I''i. \., t .}IPIIU 'l .Wll [tlt.i. !I .w. :. ..I'i., ,, ._ n n- : 4 ,
LE -' American. Plan. Always open New Ownership and Management : ?i "/ \ l : ., 1.1.1.i howl.'ii.-p.: .. :I' I.. ,+" }. I I +
I : : .L '' :; 'rte.'. :tlSdL ti.MN1 N 'I" t > 1:' !Its,
Y i Renovated and Enlarged Good Service .A i i::, ,,,: -; "" ,I' : : I;, ,I I' t! '' H n.M.I::11 i iM .::: . / Ill; i I, ,;

Management H. C. F. DOHM. : . t .ti'' ,' ...I.I i.,. !I .

Hui ,n--Rii. I'OH i' '. ..................................................... .. .. : .lMr.! / Foster Mr. and Mrs Rollins Abrams, Props. : \, I

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II ; Lc: I It"p K I'lIlta f.' ...S..S.N..SNN.NON SNN.......S --'- ....""""e* .......* ........ . -"' ....ss.. e. w 1 :
!, ',i I' I n 1 :-''ll 7 f,1t 0 M i iI
t. i.. "a '-4. 4 4",1I r : .
P ji i. _.';.i "-si JM''II.. 2 4 lair;Sla; THE PALMETTO HOTEL INDIAN RIVER "I'II]-: OAKS. I.A'i'ONA. 1'I.)1: II.1 !

," < \':11 .. :!I'JI .
T0N'A. FLORIDA : KOCKLEDGL FLORIDA. Hotel Indian Rider Co frop r 1
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1 at d'-'ll' :- Well Known and Popular. D-\ : I i
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i r J Overlooking the Beautiful Halifax River. .: I;1,:::: t 'tb'!'1_':.'''.'.1 1 l.r! :::'': :::1 N'I.'' ;;I pt.:; ',:', ._.:.,.:'. ,_:.:':..1';! :-p| ';ti. '. it1't I: -.- .." "'. : ,. >' I: : : I: :I i '
is to readers of ; A Homelike and Comtortablc House First CH: -, u all Respect'. !1. J-.t! l -;nut.n\. .,:lil'"' ..;I', -t. .I'II :a.a''U'LL' ..tPI'LI! l'll Kf l s H I Ii '
: \\ \IER t I..r hnthuiomen I |' i ...... T. mil-...olf, Boitin.. hi-hu.! .i :,i H :IJ'I""'_ *. C I. .. ;,
: ... .' !'1'01"', t-.ril/itr( III I.I ". 1.
E' I C. O. CHAMBERLIN Proprietor ."", ,ti I-t. M: .. ..r' .11 trainI' '""r11't\| IMtt. : 'I i 1. .i'i'u.It I'III. M I 111111. I

: .................. ....O.........O................... D. L, & W H WOOD Managers, ._""l'HOeH'O t s.eeoee.4tMaee
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DAYTONA DAILY NEWS ,
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: .. ... .. .. Teacher. I II I I ORMOt7D-ON-THE-HALIpA X 1: ::1 MORE NM
.. the
: Teaching
.. .. ;::;" I Abbotsford.The C
.'",::..;.......:,,.;:: rEit7l; r./:: -' ..:t--'.,";;; t. :'"... -iI:.. T '\........... ..' ;.>:'.''.:...,'> Scott present Relics estate at Abbotsford wai I Teacher-Johnny, what part of speechii Fifty Years Ago Today. I _.l.

//1. -.i : 'Y 1811 to IS1' 'nose?* Johnny-Tisn't any. Teacher '>RMONDls6 miles --t. -.
"i"f formed during the years 3. i i '" in :
Feb.
jf op withORMOND
M
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; small farms the firs -Ah, but it mut be. Johnny-May northof Daytona, meat '
ftf.U U&.A\ttl--vt( from various bearing the "inharrno be yours Is I btnai'e jou talk throughIt. The wave of popular excitement I :ooatixl on the! west
one purchased II I've !bunk of the Halifax (Continue]
Lnt the of speech crisis J I
Hole. .Aftei only part over the secession
::: nlous Jeaipnatlon";: Clarty .U\'r. The location n
Busi
1'I ton's
__ is mouth. This day
Sir Walter Scott's death in 1S31 a com got my reached its height. I >f the town permits Prize.
mittee of friends collected tb.UOO to i was the eve of two convention:. '>f good drainage and Fourth ,

1ABREEZE: and DAYTONA DAYTONA'BEACH 'I ward the redemption of the estate am, I Same Old Story. that of the seceded states and I perfect! sanitation;, .-- lug Desk
i CHAS. F. S BEACH, two enterprising and :Mr. Ciulell. the publisher, coutrlbutti "Does he pay his alimony promptly?" of the peace movement. General I I h<- elevation Is> su- < Fifth prize
progressive towns on the Halifax the rights oreScott's Iix's.hoot him on thespot" c rh and ideal for valued at
the rest on reeehing and threat II iiold log
"No. lie has to be urged; did
BURGMANTHE Peninsula are geographically works. The library and inn then, of order was published and i ialo Inter homes.! A >' -so out In theiiirrieiiiMMou'llnnd Sixth Prize .1
but
incorporated as separate enetl'ery pay day; vide brfdge con.i -
one although PHARMACYJames before of South Carolina I at .[
some the ultimatum valued
had been given years in tin r.
when
we
that
I municipalities. The towns par seum course. I ;got used to < ets! Ormond with Hi..
north and sontt : by the crt> 1tors.s his son ." Cle\eland Plain that Fort Sumter would world! hau'l. Seventh Prize
allel the peninsula were' living together I rmond Beach. I h ie mi Mil'b com.oinii.i. .
REAL F. Dobbin W. Scott died oi be taken bv force unless the .. .
for a distance of from three and one : Lieutenant Colonel Dealer. :Many: tine homos!I winter valued at
extend east! ProprietorDAYTONA India the United States would surrenderit I 'ii nip .!rf>uiHN M lie 1
half to four miles and BEACH I his way home from property m maintained on ,Ion I the Eighth Prize
ESTATE ;
i xhonsofM
and west from the surging seas oi' i descended to J. R..tx'khart. his:: Masculinn Perversity.Men i pelt.t>ably. .itti..r side of the Hiiltlaj.: valued at .
MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything a UsuallyCarrtedin First I son-In.law, and thence to his, dau;:htee's : are funny creatures to cater .i\-r. most of them iI I.....,. M"t nrexea:! Nineth Prize!
water
River, the beautiful tide from Class Drug store husband, J. It. Hope-Scott, UUOM for. A woman will buy the things shewants urrounded by suhroploal valued at .1
FOR that sets them apart flora and
I stream Our Prescription daughter held the estate for some will only buy the Shy Was Flippant.
but
have close I a mai; ,
with which they ,besides '. Prtzef
is Complete -, rubbery: r Tenth
Daytona \1.1. ON
SEABREEZElUJUISIPEIi of three Department Many Scott relics: are preserved he newls.-....Exchange.Wnen Arti t-"jtlm. it I is not faces alor.e .
years. things:
every
means In ; and .
communion by i rlfty orange I.it' > W IUTK: TO valued at
bridges as well as a half-hour ferry Respt'Ct'Pbon..l I In the house notably his cbnir ant :I that I pa-ir.: : it Is souls. \lntlam-Ol1. j other citrus fruit '
[ BOUSE and his hal do lurt>r'ors, then?-Boston Trans Eleventh Pri
service. : writing table in the study I I the fight tegins' within hlm ltI" Ion trees. HACORORMOND
.
Pboae 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are. 1 and gloves in the hall.-London Stand man's worth sotaething.-Browning.: 1-rfpt. | Ormond has many (valued at
essentially summer and winter resorts I ard. i I "ttrllcUonsf'xCt'l-
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and are making hundreds of ----- .-nt automoblllngjooil THORNTON Total
new friends every year among those BRANCH I I fUhlntf, safe
SONNTAG Hard For the Eskimos. The first
desire to escape the discomforting & and
who hosting manyph'a .
of heat and cold and One of the difficulties of the Moravian I awarded to tj
extremes ant drives!
INVESTMENTmm their hotels and boarding houses NICHOLSONFEED missionaries in Labrador Is tr) FREE VOTING COUPON. At Ormond Iiftch IK IN ANY WAYINTEREBTSD the! moist \'U
v :
are now receiving splendid patron AND LIVERY I make the Old Testament with Its i4: located the large IN PROPERTY sue $450.00
( age from the most discriminatingclass STABLE wealth of pastoral detail Intelligible I This is a separate vote from the nnminatmp coupon. As lotel Ormond and : OR ISOKMOND (contlnu
of tourists. to the Eskimos not one of whom has be M lesser! sister, their
with its marvelous I he. sent ia each week for ea-h contestant as can OKMOND BEACHHe Piano Thisstmmnent
The ocean itself, All Orden GivenPrompt ever teen a horse. "Sheep and cattle." m lQV mfr >tton Inn. The Will) Gl% Your
Desirable beach hard as macadam and Atttntion says Hesketh 1'ritchanl In "Huutiti.; collected.: oroii-r occupl..s'lo a Bu"ln.os Prompt of
attraction
Locations in smooth as a floor, is the greatest and Careful Irlvt'n Camps Iu Wood and Wilderness,* I nit ion overlook- Attention high grade
air sky
although earth I with Roads
Familiar I "\4 the Halifax,und select]
any part of entered into a combi- "they cannot realize or conceive of design
have
seem to I ;hlatter has as:: Usutlook >

SeabreezeOffices The nation beach to enhance is the famous its every automobilerace charm. E. A. BRANCHReal ,I save for there dogs are in that no domesticated portion of the animal penin i This cqiipoa entitles............... ............................ .............. I II .:iv.int> Beach l the and m:1nl-;the CARNEll highest side and quali out.]
JAS.J
course where every world's Estate Agent 1 sula. They comprehend the btory ol tiro id Atlantic. ] logs andcarved hal
: Evansvllle, straight-away record has been made B..acb CottiujesaHpt :: I Esau the hunter and that of Samson Besides the brol d. OKMOND, FLA.Manufacturer cap
( Seabreeze Indiana,,Florida and and all these records it continues to 'clJll> I and the lion which animal can I* I ......... ........ ...... ........ ..... ..... .............. .................to 25?; votes in I smooth etieh th're : of rounded con
.
hold without rivals 'r" drives for.rrUges Pure Home
translated as [mlar bear, but of Abra nnny -Made surfacf
L The beach has a width of 300 to I :I .. l he in .. and auto- rored
500 feet and can be used from two SEIDEN'S I bam in the laud of )Mesopotamia they TUe Giz tto-N'evvs Popularity' contest This COUDHI tn tit i>iol>iles!' around r'iiond GUAVA JEILKMARMALADES music desk,]
L.Z. BURDICK hours after until two hours before I can form no picture. The nearest approach ollice\ bv. Friday: ;5 P. M. of each week.NOMINATION ; -drives! toand noiseless ro:
CONTRACTOR high tide thus Riving an average of DAYTONA BEACH to these ideas is drawn from I I I 'hro'iqh groves ofold"nornnoei TROPICAL AND nickelplatedblock

and BUILDER seven or eight hours for automobiling Dry Goods, Shoes, the harvest of the sea, seals and flsL ; PRESERVESSpecial of yel-
i Cottages a i4lwcialtyEstlmatesfurnished some part cf each day. Men's Correct taking the place of Uocks and herds." -- I Ii ii'ives through tropit Attention to
Beach each built up in I:
Seabreeze and Daytoua Wear tl for.-it:: to "Hp.m- Fanny Orders
All Work (.Juur- have a permauer population of ap i Ii i-h ruins; drives to HIC.HKHT AWABm At warranted to
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anteed.eebreezeFlorida \:ro":01: from Menace. .
Mistletoe Pun-
a i rlcnn hx-
I proximately 1500 Sanitary ordinances The s. ..u..ld.- Inn COUPON. !ct: ancient C.iusi JIO.U lolt-llul1'ao; composite it
$ ulio know mistletoe onlyas
Few peuplo'
are strictly:: enforced, stree'stad I etc; built by :si.ipl.i'itrrs .."* Wtit IndU! Fsposl-:: tteeloverstrung
i sidewalks arc v.ell kept, and a di's-irable feature of Christ mas ..' of lon: tlon4'hurl"ronJ.oulollina blued
new streets ai l>eii. opened as testis decoration umleMaml that the plant The l.rst; on' of these npous' s"nt in for ei wit >()ute>t.tnt; i -0, and drives to ):x|")..tItOn.St.LontsORANGES PurrheaeK ba
V. C. GRANT population demands. A, VANDfVORD daii vryus tu the life ol of th- . i "1. intatloiis of tion Oermai
the incrca-iusj : is a partite: ; entitle then t-) .i.n i !li'" fre voteOnly one tt' coup us pi ::
PLUMBER : Beside: hotels and boarding 'oltru'for f.t tribes in the regions in \\likli it grows i I '...--pit.ibl settlers, heavy best qnier \
MASONWORK qursti of time aftermistletoe will be allotrel 1 t > each c-mtesttnt. iI, f 1--.1- places! r>'- muffler
Water, steam and houses there is ample: cottage acco- It is duly a I
t his titling modation fog :: .; winter visitors in I 01 All kinds once begins, to grow UIHJU a i I ;1\. ,.> with the int.'r- iOUNDGROVt ten years tit.

I I Phone l ;)-:?!RII. both town lonl'ret.' ('ur"!";';" I tree before the tree itself will b Jkilhtl. . ... ...... I .t of southern cover ,n .>(1\!''
to'iJ\\'ulkh.1 t.'. life ol I nomigate II r., Sirs or Miss> .... .. .. ... fruits and flowers.
AYTOVA ItKACH: All the aiira. 'ivtnzss: of Seabreeze lual'TONA: la .\.CH I The [parasite saps the .1:1 "i>t the most In- quality ktfc.
I FIAIIt11)AIPINEHURST applies to: Dtytora! Beach, the two I II the infected branches., Fortunately II t-.- .tn! : of these and any. ti. Lot:

lawns l'.in,.: *o suxiilarly situated. I I is of slow gro vth. taking! years to develop ...........................of......................... ..............State:: ........ ......... n i'ii.'.,lions>1 at the width (,
( The dcveKv; ':'cT: cf Daytona Beach : FITZGERALD I to large: proportions, but when Iulw:iti.rs of the Grapefruit- boxed '''> N J
all its I neglected it hmtriably l ruins all trees :.1 i t'i.ax: : and known Best Grown
been as
has v .i3 j-fc.ciior.unal .
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::1 & The Gazette-News contest.Nominated ... It The : I
it rearhes. The only method of extermination as a candidate in :\oundro\;
i 1'rivuDaytona sister on tl.c north, and each year roon to't. Anc:1U-: .
I : OATES is the cutting down of diseased -, i :, vas of the tin-'st4rss tin"u1otllobU'J fortsTh I'' '
Beach .. The I II II i
there is a sal: !<:.nial growth. I i ,)- .:. :..: 'WOra the Hoa.ll11 MSh-i: ... t.

Moilrn!.. ('on\Rates t'lltln's. :: great s..nd dr.ues have been leveled LAWYERSI I trees.-K\chauge.: t by..... ............. .............. ....... .. .. ............. I to. ".. t'n..-t of K'orl-! IIPTKL North OHMOXD of the i tlarge !
U'iisouuhlf.Mr and h:udio.1 homes have been I t i 'iiul it amid very
*. W. ". FreemanProprietor built for ooh! winter and all-year- Daytona Fla. I Two of a Kind. I : !Ir '.ty vurrountllnijiMouuJ Beed, Knox rn' -t,
round I "I told dat feller I was so flat broke ,rove U on a s.:ho .
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occupancy. .. : I had to sleep outdoors." said I'lod of ....... ....... ..............................................State.......... ............ :..... P't.toui-s.ilnt! heed Compar.nr :-. tbe0 Rat
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i ding Pete. A'i,1;Hi! rood. 1.tI"\" rn-umce City. FU\
k*....*.**.*******.*******.kthtF>1kittttttftttr I "'l>id it touch his heart?" asked Meandering While it is not necessary that a coupon be used it will facilitate ----- red at $y'ro

executed at :. Mike. matters to send one for each contestant. I'nder no cir The 't >'II)

I I Fine Job J b PrlntIllgGazette P ] g News Office. =:, !I thing"No. an He' had said to he was pay doing de doctor the same"fortelliu' rum-.tances will the nominator's Dame: divulged.. Job Printing Finely executed at the largest contuul mini!

: I him what a blessiu It'a9.. The ( ;az tte-\ews Content Manager.. noiaij
of a ss
ii : : Washington Star. this office.
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sonville, FI.J

valued 0.1 $.,11'!

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The tourtljconsists !
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Choice Port raree River Property I and store IJingham rebate These Seven Itr> "grid<->eriifi row oth'& |




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Upright; '.o-a'

Fronting a clear stretch of river; no marsh. Ridgewood Avenue and New Smyrna cates mOTtI inns I ih." o g. |


Road on two sides. River road and street on other two sides e upun 'n (i
THE CONTEl

Improvements being made on all sides of property. Th. .:.


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Attractive terms will be made g I : pon the n. )

Lot 1 200x346 PPrson y do
$1,100.Lots
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: to anyone buying to build on ; theHOW 11..1:

3 and 4 VO
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79x346each,
of these lots. >. ; Votes ma--

any 4 I $750 for both or $400 each. bubli.Crl son
:zette X.-w.
These prices will be maintained 3 I - --t I upon '.0.. t

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for f thirty days but we Q I ,
i 1 ; z 79x346 $300 each. 1 .v"a
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reserve the right to raise them 4 y..a
S' Lot 12 100x346 $350.
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Lot 13 100x346 $400.
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}:. f ,' : NAijES{ BEING For the purpcse of making the'1 t I i- -1 f who have been located in M.rs. Ianning'E _
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contest I
a
D.ON.THE.HALIFAX l : complete success the Ga- ; cottage, leave tomorrow for

ze'ute-Xews has signed a contract: r Doings Miami and other points oa the East

i mtleeytona _: :1 ; :.F. ADDED FOR CONTEST. with the New Method Contest company at Daytona I I Coast. !: f A VALUABLE LOT !
Irop In with iI' 1
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treat of Jacksonville, who make a The following patty: from Pennsylvania !- 1I.
he welt 0 R M 0 -: I.
ND 'I specialty of conducting
4 I contests of
LBeach are guests at Pinehqrs: Dr. : :
Hultman :
:
seventh )
oration t t2: ({Continued on page this kind. This company will furnish I and Mrs. Cobb and daughter. M es .

:J ton's Business College. . . 50.00 Lot at Seabreeze 150 feet street and +
on Valley
permits v; i I a competent and experienced contest I Cobb Mr. and Mrs.: Cobb and t\\ochildren : facing

ageanc1 i. .Fourth Prize..One Mission Write I 1 1t" manager who will have complete control j I I and Miss Stever.s. I Fine and !
friend the river.
: f- D.\YTOX.BE.CH, Feb. 3.-Dr, : garden plot orange grapefruit
Ration: "" .. tag Desk .. . . . . . . ..a.00 ''
of the Coatest Department.To !
Mrs.
J. Parker
Is au 'p1\' :.J; { :' 'Fifth Prize..Rebate Cer-lficite I the Public- M. S. Hopper, of Gary, Ind.. will I Bell, of Montclair and, daughter N. J., former, M r ss I : other fruits. House of nine rooms furnished; bath, $

'at for at . . . 2 ,0.00 join: his family on the beach for amonth's j
JI tlit" valued I
00 00 00
el. A lot KO out old 101 In dId the Prize..Rebate Certificate I This contest t is to be the greatest vacation: .and is expected !I guests of the house, were ft Pine- : i toilet, electric lights; an ideal home. Price on applica- j

;e con- Sixth ever inaugurated by any paper in hurst last week enroute Miami
d wUh ''urricaneyou. One! 4: valued at . . 00 . . 225.00: I this section. to arrive sbord)". Mrs. Hopper and; tc I : tion.
Th for a brief visit when they will: Ji
return
ch "here worldhsselmul. ,1 i Seventh Prize. .Rebate: Certif! :.evalued I daughter Miss Snow Hooper have
We have :
no ouch COD). spared no expense to to this' popular house for the
bOL1ea .ortabl I to Winter at .. . 200.00 enjoyed their winter's sojourn on the
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:Zed on 'al"pq trounct"88 lie .Rebate Cervifka.e I make at a "live wire proposition"that : beach very much. Miss is remainder of the f.e3.son.Bo .
Hooper
the Prize. !ii.
of the .hort's of Eighth will !keep the community much I ) pioneers of America i is the EDMONDSON & DONNELLY
Iht"H81HRJr. isl
valued at . . 00 . 00 17.1.00; interested a most successful angler, and it :
f them Ibwr 'I' in the outcome.Ve are I name of a club organized anon; thesmaller
M1xItFRtta Prize. .Rebate Certificate a rainy day indeed which does note; i. :
Kiseth ,
IUb-
ra by andasides valued at: .. 00 00 . . . 150.00 endeavoring to give Daytona and vicinity I f:-nd her on the pier with her fishing : boys of Daytona Uej'.ch: and !....................................................
: the newest; and most: up-to date Seabreeze. The membership: inludtI I
P.o\I.I. .Rebate Certificate equipments sometime' during the I
ON Prize. -
Tenth I I county paper in the state and we solicit about fourteen, and regular meetings !!
Ie! and Olt \1'tlTl: TO valued at .. 00 00 . . .. 123.00: the forenoon or afternoon I ..............ISU.......I. .........e................
I fruit ; hearty co-operation of the are held! Tuesday evenings.Mrs. I . .
Mr. and Mrs. Compropst motored
MACON Eleventh Prize..RebaiJe: CeriLic.iie I' citizens in this contest. j : :M. E. Atherton and niece: I Do want to buy :
C many j .- valued at . 00 00 . . . 100.00 'I To over to Sanford Monday, returning Miss I The HANDPROPERTY : : you or
merchants who
advertise; with Irene :M. Vallette, of Salina .
excel Tuesday. Miss Ruth Coates who
T ORNTON .r us we wish to say that we expect by Kansas; O. C. Higgins wife and : rent t property In :
blling, I ;;: Total . . . 11.850.00:; has been visiting friends in San- !
sate 00 00 I this! contest to double our cir-u a- daughter, Lebanon, 0.; Mrs. Jane :
ford, came home with them. : Daytona?
The first prize which: wi 1 be ,[
many ORMOND ton: and our advertisers will realize Rusk East Norwalk Conn.; Harry . .
A !
10-cent social
at the
parsonage
tol. IV IN awarded to the contestant securing that it le to their advantage to helpin S. Bell Columbus O. included
ANY WAY last are : 0'': : -We have the cheapest :
SILVER BEACH
Brach consists of Thursday evening a thoroughly:
;
votes
most a genu-
NTEItERTE the this work by supporting the contestants in the recent arrivals.: at the White and the best.
large IN } NKTY IN r.: toe $450.00 Chapin Upright Grand enjoyable affair under the auspicesof House. m : Sj


The lie OH Will ION)Olv") BEAOH Your : piano. This piano is a very fine instrument -, The contest begins with th's: issue;; An excellent literary and musical' Randall and Messrs. Harry : River to Ocean : : on Rid ewood Ave. Com- :

plea a Ihllllnt'l Prompt : of special artistic merit of I I the time to enter is NOW. Get in program was rendered. j Thompson and Hyer enjoyed a .. '' 1 pletely furnished and located one :
nook- Last Friday T. II. : .
Keating re-
Attention high grade and quality: latest case the race before the others get in : pleasant boat trip on the Halifax I corner lot Call oa .
x.and design, selected figured vaneeped ofj I I ceived a badly I sprained ankle as FOR SALE OR RENT : .
al Its the lead. Monday evening in Mr. Thompson'csboat. I .
nagnlnd highest>t quality! double veneered in-I Rules for. the Contest | the lesult: of a slLp-up on the cement' I M. L.
porch floor his home Sea I : Waggoner :
at on ,
the J AS. CARkffil side and out, handsome solid mou' Rule 1. All money for subscriptions i' James M. Dunlap, of Cadet: tile, O.. I .
breeze avenue.: Mr. Keating was in1 BINGHAM X THO IPSON .
c. :
:
hand-carved
trusses d-I
ings and hall be paid the contest man Monday purchased of Horace F. 1 i I : Office People's Slate Bank.CONRADDATES .
brood such pain: from the sprain that a
ORMOND FLA. .
carved capitals and music re ager. Stewart TiO-foot. :lot Hath street .
there Manufacturerofes hand polished mirrored doctor was summoned and he was a oa ..uuo..v..... .n.a...... .......>....!.I.........viI ..
for Pure Home.Made rrounded,. corners Rule 2. Contest manager's signature and three lots oa the west side of
confined to the house Saturday and
autoad surface, automatic extension! must be affixed to all votes before Coates t-treet. adjoining: the Harroun -- - - -

Ortoand. GUA VA JELLY music desk artistically carved they are. of any value in the Sunday. Monday he went to his property on the noth. Mr. Dunlap r'r'r'' r'' tI .
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place of business in wheel chair.
MARMALADES AND noiseless! rolling fall board with, contest.' a contemplates erecting a large apart

rs of TROPICAL p nickel-plated continuous hinge, fine Rule 3. Ballots cannot be bought. The Misses Irene Keating and. Elsie ment house on Bath stifet. I C iAi TITti1

Igt'li trope Special PRESERvsl Attention to block of selected hard rock wafer I The contest will be run on a fair, the Coates younger entertained society,; :' set about tt the'M Cas-I of W. F. Bleekman has just finished: I [ ,

Npan.' Family Orders built up in layers and cross-Landed basis fair[ for all. Votes can only: painting the benches taken from the i ,

'as! to 1i';: American,wasa.Erhea ,_ ,warranted to withstand any climate be obtained by securing subscriptions: ino Friday evening. Music, dancing, former city hall over. the l\ho'fi; j I

atttes'tr- Hest Ian"ltlon-Buffs.o composite metal frame, imported either new renewals or old or by I games and refreshments made upa which. the town council will have I 1 C. +
: JudlaFxpmi.: delightful program for. the youths AND INSURANCE CO.
blued steel tunings three strings ,
f long Ilon--lharfehton! cutting the nomination or free vote placed at interva's on Seabreeze
Louisiana<< I Purehrjte; and maidens: Prteit'f.t.ILss: Grace
yes to bxpo.lt lon.Nt.i.outs l J overstrung bass, special; 1 repeating certificate out of each :isue. I Keating avenue for the convenience: of the ,
was chaperone of the e'enin -
Os> oftiers f' tion German silver hammer ac-I HuleI.. No employe or member I J public. Mr. Bleekman donated his

,, ,, heavy best quality imported felt: of his family will be allowed to par-I work. CONRAD BLOCK 'PHONE 128
tee nLater.- I liishop J. W. Hamilton, of Hos-ton.;
1 ,. .mer, muffler attachment; for practice, ticipate either as a nominator, Mr. and :Mrs. John Johns and family
who presided over the inissUu
toa-
IOUNDGROVt
barn Jen years' quarters on inside of top | voter in this contest. j who were occupying the: Illeek-
fereiu-e which he'd' : :
was in Midway
cover in silver 7 I.:; octavos best I! Rule 5. Candidates will no: Leirestruttd man Pine street house, left Monday j We- to offer t the following
stsn. ORANGES !' I last week and Mrs. Hamilton, wert".t'Mer"1 :: beg
quality keys, made in figured mating- in securing ulsfriptlons: on their return to Saniord. Ohio.: The i j

at thO's'" and .any. height four feet nine inches j but may secure' them in any: place ini;i .. at the a reception Methodist}: ; Tuesday parsonage afternoon by- house has been f ken by Air.I ai.d I j ; from our list of

f thGrapefruit. width five feet two !inches weight j the United. States. j Mu. C. Bahuilar and }Ir. atd. .M.s. i
I eUr.. Coweii and wll'. The affair -..
flown Best Grown boxed for shipment !IU" poundts. Rule 6. Only one: nominating cou- was informally: pleasant.: Dlshoplluim.ti'U Triiax.: ;of liazletoit: Iowa. i property:

It OrcWI! on Ht. AUtusIIn"t This is a prize well wori.li the ef I'on entitling: each contestant ''to .">.JUO') : II. F. Thompson is installing .; acr
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sI I eke briefly; there were:
tine Autunaobitu forts of anyone.: j votes will be allowed. i uew three horsepower engine 'for h > '
'nthr Ito.ll": M11rd'lorl to'I' a few gJ reoittins:: ; ) and refreshments w1_
Surth The second prize to be awarded Rule 7. All votes mut be iu the wereerved.' bo.U, Seabug.; := No. 124-$-1.EOO w'iII buy furnished.

trey JhlTi-L: OR3IONDInge the contestant securing the second j ballot box by Friday; : :5 t p. in., of each \\'. II. Phillips: is having two of The humours are eiil-U,;irm: a.d: :: house on Votusia avenue, four. bedroom ::,:

I3eed Knox rn'S l" largest number of vo.tt> consists: of I week. 1 his lots on Holly street Irldt"nnll improving their teens: court. r..IJII"is ;r and bath, five roams on first II'

ontttint U'--ed a scholaiship! to Columbia: College j Rule S. Votes issued cannot lei a H'--y popular; sam \\ ::1l tit-. fir floor. :
Compar.-. : { will have a retaining wail built: and.a '
1. Ct'l.o' po..tomceFinely the well-known instittt on at Lake I transferred to another contestant. I sidewalk laid. young people of Da>tuna 1 l-a: < h. ; :

r r City. Fla. This .scholarship: is val-l Rule 1 9. No votes will be allowed!! j i I i No. 10?--$1fc300, five room furnished ::

tied at $100. I The Lartnours are planning' some, house, one acre of land Holly Hilt -
on subscriptions:; he'd' over more; OYSTER ROAST: AND DINNER j :::-
\ kind of entertainment in the near:
r The third to be awarded toi '' fruit tree.. :
/ prize than one wet-k after being secured :
I
1 ex future to raise money ,to buy new I[ PLANNED FOR A REUNION. ;
the contestant securing: the third i by contestant. Subscription: must :;
No. 119-7 acres land 300 orange,
carpets: for the church.
pling ecuted at largest number or votes consists: I be turned in promptly together with I The mailer varieties of flab j! UAYTONA IIEACII, Feb. :3.-j j peach and persimmon trees, 6 room :::

this office. of a scholarship to Droughton'sjPractical I the money collected for them. Vo'-es'I ; A pleasantly planned and much eijuyed :- !' dwelling, $2,000. ; ,
such as \\ hit'ngdrum, etc., are run-j j i ;
Business College! of J ac k-!
will when the Ls
be issued re-
money
Fla. Th:15: scholarship: is''! ceived. but the contestants may retain -(' iiing in large school: this week aJ.t1' reunion of friend--, all of whom ; ;: No. '103-S30CO, five acre bearing ;;

are being: hauled in by hte sealers: in were at one time rtsideirfs:; of Harvard j grove. Sruth Ridgewood. :
valued at $50 and will give some one 'I these vote and cast! them whenever ; I :
'j great quantities as much as: a Ill., took place. Thursday of last; |
the chance of securing; a good business they wish.: i house '
I No. 105-$7,500. on
wagon load as a night's work. A new
: education free. I I Rule 10. Nominators or contest I week on the banks of the Halifax. !1i
lady tourist who went out in the i i Ridgewood avenue.
S The fourth prize to be awarded ant's in the Gazette-News' ct.ll'I | at :he home of James Griffin.
I early! morning to gather shells on I
av consists of a beautiful mission writing test must agree to and accept alit! I No. 106-$1,200. two large, deep F
Mr. Griffin and Miss
the beach returned to her boardinghouse daughter I
desk valued at $25. This desk I rules and conditions. lots on South Ridgewood.No. .
with her. bag filled with these !I Belle Griffin, as bust and b te"s.1 I
was purchased from the stock of tte: I Rule 11. The right is reserved to i
flopping} specimens of the briny i abetted each other in mc.t-. 120--1 acres land 100 orange
,1 ably <
: a' pr
BIngham & .Maley Co. of ths: city eject any name of contestants: for
deep. She had lifter the fish out ofi; trees, truck land, 5 room cottage ;: _
and is now on' exhibition at therI: I cause also! to alter these rults! ing and entering into the pleasuresof ; 1s
I a shallow the beach where et
IKHJ on ; 1000. ;.
store. should occasion demand. :the day. "Time slept: on flower
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they had been caught by the reveding !;
Seven other prizes consisting: of Rule 12. Any question) which shall,, tide, and had plenty to divide I *" and hearts warmed! and mellowed No. *07-$2,200, five room cottage

tylF. rebate certificates, will be awarded. arise between' the contestants will) with her neighbors. t j as in the roseate. retro-spett; the ,} Daytona and Cypress streets large ==

These certificates are transferable le determined by the contest manager i groups remembered od: friends: and :! lot.
Mr. and Mrs. \\'. S. Olds, who'' :
and will be accepted for their; face I, and her decision: ; will be final.: j jRespectfully talked about old limes, lecalltig: t teach i : I 4
I ha\e been with Mr. and Mrs. G -o j small /
No. 1Q-$1.5CC. bungalow. :
value -as pa'rt payment on a Chapin I| yours, ; other happy as well athid! l-1; j :

F. Upright Grand $-I.u piano. Certificates Miss I Fay Settle, Sheets at the Olds home on Valley j crows i incidents of Harvard d. > ,. [ c::;: West Magnolia lot 50x150, almost wa:
street Seabreeze this week moved
may be combined but credit for !: Contest Manager The oysters were dune to t1'-. : new. -4
into their new home on Holly strt't't.1! -;..
more than $2..0 will not be allowed! j last turn and with. the :.leiupting: pf-! 'titr I
Mr.. Olds expert to receive his Reo. No. 110-$2000, truck farm, 7'2 1
upon the purchase of one piano. I LYMAN TWINS COMING; ceteras seC by the hat! anti| h" 'f. [ '
car from Jacksonville: within a day :: arE cleared. 2 acres tiled, house III.".

THE CONTEST FREE FOR ALL TO 1a, WILL SOON BE HERE. or two..I..1.. t'SIi. made a most delicious t"paf, , ,. and barn.

ENTER j One of the largest and most pleasing j fit and worthy: to be eiubaJmetl \\ .tit .. -:
I 1. Webster and family. of Coniiersville. |
musical comedy attractions! of I! memories of the day. Pic-uir> \\'-i! .- No ir-$3COO: one of the best
The U free for' each: and
contest Ind., are here on a visit! :
1 the season will be peen at :the New taken before the friend-* partaJ.;: homes on Ridgewood' furnished. large <
every contestant to enter and it to his brother J R II. Webster. and ..
Theater soon when tt.e Those present were Mr. and let ;
costs nothing to win; all The Daytona ; wife on Seabrteze avenue. They :-- garage.No. al
"The Lyman I Mrs. Robert Johnson 1'lIkltI.: ; M Roc t tls
Gazette-News asks is hearty coopera- :; famous comedians. expect to spend the remainder oi < 116-52,000 will buy a nice : 4 E
Twin Brothers" appear with their' ,inn.; Mr. and Mrs. Cdwar:: j ..Itfi.or. :
lion of its friends and readers to : the season here. home: five rooms and bath: hot yl,
. Cedar Rapids.: Iowa Mist j Eva
excell 4ft in the season'sbig i ; '
company
make this contest an enthusiastic and < i Dr. I. II. Springer has had several and coid water; electric lights; core
Peterson and Helen Janvrin. Harvard
"The Prize Winners.
friendly struggle for leadership. j success. fishing trips in his i bO<.t, poke Smith i ner lot.
I This wonderful twin tir comedy III.; Mr. Griffin, Miss Griffin and !
ENTER. j this.. week. W. II. "Freeman and I
HOW TO
:1 contains an abundance of big Louis; Griflin and Mrs.I Bau'i :S.tc; ;: No. 123-A bargain at $3,600, Palmetto
Just clip the nomination coupon!j Ur. and :Mrs. { (tbb. tourists accoia- : Iowa.'i'
features pleasing novelties, charming City, avenue, 3 bedrooms, bath completely :
out of each issue of the paper and }panied him on a trip to the inlet : I '
specialties with: a dainty chorus of furnished, good condition.
fill in the name of the person w hum j 1i i Monday Wednesday he was: out
I pretty girls funny comedian and j An Excess of Nerve. Houses exactly alike in sane rON I I
again with a patty of friends for a
you wish to enter as a contestant I:
beautiful display of electrical effects 1 like to see a young man: energeticand valued at $6,500.A. .
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with the addr written plainly, orj before seen with thisclass fishing bout down the rh ere able to push himself," said the old

if you do not have a nomination: couPon never W. H, Manning's mother Mrs. G. banker sadly. "But when he borrowed !! 25 acres near city limits; 15
1 of attraction. This new sueces
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the name and address of the these :Manning, arrived from Sheldon N the monefrom me to buy au automobile acres fenced and in cultivation; 6- I

person as a candidate. The name of i i&e i was written expressly for which D., last week and :s at her coltag eon in which to elope with my daughter room house and barns $2,000. ; i
like all others in :
stars, '
100.ear nominator will not be divulged. '' young the Halifax.Mr. It was carrying things a litt e too \

HOW VOTES ARE OBTAINED. I they have appeared with wonderful and :Mrs. lame: of Eat: > far." B. Lot on Ridgewood in Holly I '

success, but from the way The Hill, 150x309 $500. } 1. :
Votes may be secured by securing :
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(! Prize Winners is meeting with approval -- -- t : '

each. )f. subscriptions to the Daytona Ga-j j i from both press and public, C. 15-acne hammock grove; trees 1 a
'zette-News and vote will be issued ;: !
: old and in full bearing;
| they have outdone all prvv ious attempts seven years

J each t. upon the following basis: I i I' in this production, carryinga it's a New Book. 1r near. .railroad west of Kingston $3,000 i I Im
; TERM. PRICE. ,VOTES.: ;; m

t 1 year . . . $ 1.50 . . . :5oOO' I scenic' large equipment companyand complete.MULES all .necessary I F it's a Souvenir Novelty, ; D. PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL I,

2 years . . . 3.00 00. . 12.500 it's something in Stationery and EngravingCALL FOR SALE; CENTRALLY LO-

!50. 3 years . . . 4.50:; 00 00 . 20.K'0( CATED; WELL FURNISEHD; CAN r !
BACKED WAGON INTO
4 years . . . C.OO. . . 30.000 SHOW PROFIT OF OVER $2,500
THE SOUTH BRIDGE DRAW.

4 1400. r- 5 years . . . 7.50. . . 40.000' I I Thursday afternoon about :i o' 0,1R WRITETheH.&W.B.DREWCO. LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH I

,r 10 years . . 15.00 . . U'O.Oi'O' the TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS.- r A'.
mule employed by
clock a team
25 years . . . 37.50 . . . (ttl.WOIWJto 3 $13,000 ON EASY TERMS. '
lumber
I bridge company in hauling: ; :
Cannot, Enter. or Vote-
I became obstreperous and backed the ,. E. Small cottage on corner lot on
No
employe of the Gazette-News .
cf wagon through the ck.sed; ,atand Ridgewood; lot 100x150; fruit trees., 9
immediate will
relative of theirs --------
= into the draw which was t'p*-n turthe well, $800 on easy terms. I
1 3 be
allowed to enter tlis: contest as:
of a boat. Fortunately: : ....
a nominee or voter. the wagon passage reach broke and only the! 45.49 W. Bay St. JacksonvilleAND .

Who May Enter- r"r'a

Any white man, woman boy or rear wheels The were driver precipitated,': eiUnty; :iu!(' t* We have some very attractive river front property j.*. i ,

girl of good is eligible to the river. ? that be sold reasonable terms J=j '
repute tearing a watery plulI:':: '. .h""I"'-tithe ? YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND in Port Orange can on M
enter this voting :Jill a
great popularity
it :* aid wii.-i!, :i.' -..iwwh and I low -
contest. team SATISFACTORILY.We [ :- at prices. ;. t
Just send in your name oa r .
a .,t was about to l happen l !: : ..,
nomination coupon to the contest
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management of the Gazette Noae. -r w
NY '" The Judges.... Her. Attractiveness.Mr. 2 We have a general insurance agency and ;: a
<. I t'rn'J)1i II11\ll'1. ad..re are Headquarters [for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin + j p I

The total count of votes will be you. Will >vu iit 1/r I my wife: : can insure against almost everything except t ::
made China and New and
by Orangewood
a committee of three prominent Miss Huxley: 'hau.htily'-1 Ite idea of A C

o- business men who will be aLso- your i \i
Exclusive Novelties. Z:* ,
lutely disinterested: pait'es.: : The committee You should l kuv better.Mr. .

will be announced later. Nerve>'-I d' know better, but ffflflfitfffffffllflflfliflfiffffflllfffffflll 1 f

_Management no richer-I'hiladelpbiu Pre-. JIJA\JI.J.. . IJ Yt' . J J .. Y1JalYJYJJIYYL." . . , H !

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II Page Eight AT LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN.ti lCYC .

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: : THE NOVELTY MAN : NEVVMaOODS $ north
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IWASH DUALITY i i4 what counts Phonograph": .. MI-WIH: :)L u'hin.'". 4 d b 4
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a under! mall expfut-e; therefore we Notion*. .. Lawns, Suiting. I

: : sell CHEAPER than othersMmokrtl : : Natural Linens While Linenit C Our/ newS ,
: Our new Wash O-iotls in both white an 1 colored are noon display. can BARNES I Sixth Se

: Our assortment;: is complete! and' cannot: bonrpa5..ed: ;; in : r 0 Iiu-on.siuarint, |p"r It..e'iHu : Will. Who fru'iii >'our .Plftun'. II'our : line i is here, ready for your i in"pw.tioo.I ,

: quality 1' or e..illn.re. will be: l li lle.t", .e.j 1"1 : 4iir-cui'>.tl RaniPt| H> ;17' .. \\ L.ntlrafd1+aWanilotli: ) | >-r TiM brrllnharr.nour >|saiul npanalmost .. I st.r alit ha'tour: n' w lin. of :-lurtwii-t-!, I II I: d", \t hit. .u.i.: "lIluro-d. "
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115 DAYTONATHEATRE GRAHAM T"O" PSO I .-, ,.. .
High Class I I .. ,,'. .M.I._!, i N.r' _' III ,,n Hit' ,tOI'tl : !
w i'l i- ,1n \\ i.iinin hilMitrds: t K htt .
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I STORY OF OPERATTAt 'W.
M. SHAFFNERReal
FROM JHELUM RIVER. .. MANY T.

.. \-l.oo: I is a boat girl of Ka>hmi. ; Estate and PLISHEDT10N

Will D. Upshaw Lecturer Tonight. Soiibahna is her boatman loverFim Fire Insurance (IF i

: : the bright orchards of iii jbe-

I J THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9I' hua they carry t'lelr: golden fru.tUIIVMI : 122 South Beach Street ARE CAF

i the Jheluui river vo the ba'.uirsoi :_ PEnMATransport
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Thomas Wade Lane & Company '
i I' Springer..lhio _...
2:30 -
Daily at : ., Balch G. B
| in her lover'n at..em't's; '
In High Class Opera Streets,
kl --- ---- -- ---- - - - :ii ven: in marriage by her . '
eager .
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I. Reserved Seats at Hankins :.> to a rich silversmith dwelling ./ '"" _
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q t - I NKW SlKAV l VKUY IIOI'U in the city. The soft silks and the ). :f'5J- : ,;,:.::- SanitatiorW ,ght B.

I! FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10 ::ay trinkets which: the bridegroom r .. .' ."..'h'.' ..'-: -1 MrmberstHankins:
I t:.'midto deck hits: bride blinds Asiino ""
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: Tableaux With Songs and Instrumental Music to her fate, a loveless niarii-.I < .;.'='! .,,<,............ Publicity, J

.laiiu--. 1 U. Mo-eland: al'I'\: ..1 iertiv 1boaLtadht1') ( C. Siniili a< oil': a e I Fitzgerald
Under Auspices of Palmetto Club ubaliana, returning !
unexpectedlyto
( : troni (;Jeoruetovv u. Kv'., and to I d'IY: IeW:1: (tiun'. nw .n_:: to [i'! IIM"'.'. CHILDREN'S EYES Conrad.
-- - Springer a few hums later learn !
hit 11r! s..1..J.1. ,
\\ tn trend Judge and j Arbitratic
Coming.-Rounds' Twelve-Piece Ladies' Orchestra. '\1. Tisdale. at tht'ir'illt I' h
(o'i :South Palmetto avenue, where hen learn that him< us reported to be m. J Jurov jealousy he waits the fall of night for they 11I..tout use pair to lasta CommercIndustries

: ::11 1! sj>eud the balance of the :season. 'tug. that, he may seek rtc"'ent'shou) litetHm- If there are indicationsof -
l looks out upon the river from her I anv.tilingioiig. \\ith your child'sjeyes Clark. Geo.

)oIl'. and :-Mrs. lattice, her heart full of Borrow, and 'j ,
I i : Raymond O. Keeney.h Ueceiit reports, from lI Land state I I bring him "rIll'.IUtJ I will! fit
i I < have been with :Mrs. Keeney' that L>r. G. M.] Wallace's condition 'despair. Cut down the waterway" a I! th pan'lItlS.Ir.: and .Mr'. .1. 15. Joore.t. remaimn about the same. boat ks drifting a well }c".ed"uit'e LSI!' trouble. if inedK-al treatment i is nee- I '1. ''I utt
SAVINGS AS A STIMULUS. 'i 'floating o'er the river. Ba('k to t thel II i tHo S
: t.>! onie time, departed this morn- es;.ir'> 1 vv ill t trill > mi 41.
Watv-h 'ow. fields Sou bah bears t.ollltf I Ul.
A 'j_ .nt th.;:r return to Hartford.Coin. Youth's window Saturday > na her for

ii .r They were accompanied{ by i i afternoon for a demonstration b.ingier's y love' and freedom of all things arebest Dr. Neville H. Clark for changes
but it takes and .
Anybody: can spend money, : a wise prudentman .
;their chauffeur Harry Hazelhurst. I 1Jagirti&t.. 5;-1t back where the Belbubt. sing I at Ill.
to save money I I among the roses where tiltblut.' OptometristLook hall "''day ,
y Money( saved acts as a stimulus to make more to sa\e: Saving \
.W.\S'TI-Xeat.:: white girl as \\. ii. llaukMt. proprietor of Man- Kingfisher: Hits over Jbeluui.! .arnclJ oUt
reduce eliminated, increase rapidly.Ve allow for the Sign of the EYE. l t
wa-te.; waste profits waitress in select hotel Address kins' drug store,. was a businessv .\ synopsis; of one of the oper ..' I! 'ne of that !
4 1 per cent compounded l quarterly on savingPEOPLE'S Box A-G. 53StMi : : I itor to Jacksonville Thursday. 'tas to be given at the New Dayton.i: -- - - tiltuwetl

I I I1 Theater Thursday; Feb. :H. under the I abklayor
: r. and :.Mis. ((0'. I-'. I)um STATE BANK I
have been in the city for somej1vrekv I i I trout the beach: and is again at the si iS4.4'd by 11 t>sdele South!t .UK) 'i il1ts i UK( ,il nape

i DAYTONA, FLORIDA. \ left Wednesday. for Palm I ret-too. adjoining l St. :.Mary's churchon Heksn Leslie-Kates., j GREEN GOODS III. .1 le..ls

leach: whmtilt" were to jon: the South Rulge ood avenue.Mrs. There will also be selection* i rom i vj.fHtanil
l.n'ftI"I. .-tl I'.Ii I .KlM: >. < i-'!,it i i 1.\1 .h. i \tr'fF.l: I It ., -wllt Samara enroute to :\Iiami.1'1| > i the "Mikado* aad 'Madam IIIr"I-1: ; I i"rill'-d nat
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+ 1I-1'1...,1t1 at.. I.. It. Hh.: \'I \N: M I I. \\' \<., .',:NMJ. *. '' '
ter a several: weeks' cruise :they w.llo : : L. o. Kawson; arrived from I >-. bint il .0 J
I'e
to Cuba for the remainder of the New York Thursday night to spend "rixiana I 'ui!
--1; soIl. I It the balance oC'the season here otiupviug ----- 1.11.. 'J
i r i -- : :: : :; here revidtnce: on South |BALTIMORE PIER BURNS; are earrvltig i ; a complete "t1'L" ( ., s ,. H)

tl i 7 ';:-c-7 'p i iI :Some practical joker at the t'ryst 'iieacn :fr'tet<<: LOSS REACHES $300,030;) line of Green (l.n",-eries. including '\1\,11.l .-,

I < 11 Theater made a line up of the '! IJ.\L TDIOllE. Ft-b.-The:: Old Hay : a.ocJ( : upon{ ,

baby carnage,.; in front of the amuse | L. ('. 1kCaD proprit tor of Mac's!I 1 line pier burned this morning The II I Uloieei<

I I LOCALSPERSONALS ment place Thursday evening and 'Bakery came d>>Wll from St. Augu- loss' will reach $::I "(:"i

decorated them with a For Hire sign, 'tide Saturday: 4got. where he is esitaMishiflg I be appoint( .

d' / iri putting the passersby in mind olt', ': a branch bakery and will I I BISHOP RYAN IS SINKING; 1 j Green Beans mak a'Tall;;
di -- r' 44 I the automobile line up to be seen b+- m the city !until tomorrow morn men dUO (k
I DEATH EXPCTED HOURLY. i
The Jt'iikuin; Orphanage( band toloreil. ': Ueuiember we keep everything in'I' daily in [runt of the postoftice.j I! :tug. i' CucumbersCauliflower big ,;tHIn

of ('harlt'stou, S. (.'., is in the (j ladies' and gent's wearing apparel i I PHILADELPHIA.. 3 \J'f'h- lien (r.
I *The John Smith, ;tof [' bishop Ryan i is sinking. rapidly ill ': tel! t ,.
city oa .a- annual >e 1011 tour. at the Itee hire North Heath St. Sit j! Georgia Cyclone. \Villiani lms. Mich, a L 1 b. I II
I I: L). l'Pshatc will take off and put cousin by war iage of Mrs. K. T. afternoon and bis death i is expe t d hl .,. r
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, allot baths Iloopt'is lUrber Shop. Thy steamer I*. S. A. arrvedI on John's Hat at the new Ltaytona 'Conrad, of thii city M located in at any moment I I bum k n! ,) ,

r __ I I from the south Thun.day'ening I Theater tonight. Don't miss it. It I 'the Jolley cO.tae on South Palmetto II Tomatoes will i in- '1
I )In M. .\. Saxon aaJ her I
; son. with a fair passenger list and is in I I avenue, for a several weeks' visit What Could He Call Her. tour s.i.v 'II I
Carl, hare: removed from First a\'- 1 her berth" at the I'rmce George dock i: At the regular meeting of O ceola i i ;.n Daytona.Geo. She- l.Lt/.ies bloke \'ai.s 'er 'i> |-e.ili; I, PeppersThey !....',! litit

enue to She i-o'tixe: in! the rear: of i| until tomorrow morning when she' Tribe! Xo. 21 I. Improved Order of Red --- aDd the 1l'1"c! tiC 'is e.ve. Why rant U..lu') . -

the Mlle dru;; sore.VALENTINES I Hill: again ltufur Palm Uea,-h. Men held Wednesday night: th. War :1 .... Ludu i.;.;'s automobile and you
--- I I I ri(n degree was conferred on It. It. 'j I Cirown ('. A. Yonus's carriage; d:ttputed that's all very well but 'e's in I are Always Fresh. .\ .ii. "iI
VALENTINES! I A. C. the \ejffetaMe, but4uess. I'm in the I ,.',.
t IJarr who has bee-n m this ; of Uupout. and the Chief ,i! the right of way at the east end i f.ft' 'II'"IQf
'Something entirely new in valentines :-! whelk 'trade, remember. I.i ',d!lc .
City and Daytona Beach for the past. degree on J. J. Clifton. Following j '.11'tht..' North rid' ths: : u n I li. o.ntr
I "* >r afteriuxni I 1"UIltI1 '
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At (Clark book are. i 2 .
1 J i: moth or more after an absence of I the degree work refreshments were i t to the damage o.' the burgs . .. II... :rdI !
I! about ten years depart Thursday -I served and a soci.t'l ood time en DAYTONACOLD I",..,. .1. "1
The Gulf Helming company's oil
I | afternoon for Jacksonville and joyed. i F'.1. Root retuned! Iroin! U..t) ,i.' iI r i- I''
boat, Kochedter. t-u her way south. I II
Atlanta lia.. on his return to the ,I I Island: Thursday: STORAGE CO.IR. F' II. ::
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1 vas aground opposite the north end .it'.TIM on It' : j of the city from ytasterday until to- !'i north and west. Aioericau Beauty, K.larntand: I '(to dry d nioiii U. K'M] : fLL .g. .l OPHl.ll.. <

day. I' f.ride's roses for sale. .Wn; LeonIe : vaiht' : Scant, :,'. .tu.l! _.t .:- h'.r .1, -.. i Long and D JOHNSON, Mgr 01 1- !is; <:0t"'j
FOR REXT: ::::U X. Ridgeood ,
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1 __ pand. >4t: eral overhauliiij; .ttt/ .-! wIi: ', ,i i1.t:11 .. Neu Isi t
Opp.-The Heuuett, 5 i rooms and bath 1 .
Automobiles, stored at re S nLb'e:; \ : stt to New Sinxiii.i;: f+T :. t ::1: I"" 1. <
i rules. SARATOGA IXX garage $3iw. II. Y. Stillmau. 41'tfV. .\. Vande lord of Daytona Beach, I r ,

Rhone G\R.\GE'I I I who was awarded the contract: for r. .
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\ D. Stark traveling pa.i 'ue; !' Tht-: proper: !>:hi. to I 1.,1': / : I IDiellappy. I .. .
the construction of the three cement'reservoirs :
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agent of the Atlantic tout Line, ness is III tilt; lOJUlUUs o i r fflliail ,
i The steamer Uncle Sam has been for the water softening "oj. ;
I i way m the city Thursday and Fridayin > News and if :Mi.s> Ell)!lla: \ ', Yes
infuse the pas: few days in place1 1 plant at the cit.atttforks., has a'' III.,
the interest of hi 3 road. Mr. Starki .rtrumbie..m c-ftll at the I"ailv. N- u ,
I undergo1 i 1 I force of i : \'. '.
: i of the Cherokee, which is : men engaged making the excavations office
betoiv
I II I i i:: always welcome in Daytona, haying tomorrow night; ->!'!l"l .
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i; ing some nt.'l""ssarrt'I'J.ir.*; at McDonald's for the foundations of the t.
I 'I many friends here.sidesplitting will i be I r&'t'IJt"dtb: tw" t'<'k--> Buy R'jyal I Scarlet ('all
T 1) boat yard same the work having begun tt'ed
I I to the
ne day. Crystal Theater: II l!. ,
** -- goods, the finest
A foot!
,I Beach cottages: fully furnished:: entertainment,
I i low north Hotel "John and His Hat." tonight at the BIG CROWD AT CRYSTAL
rent Clarendon. Apply elf it !*" anythiai; photographic .e products in the world. I O/M
1 i, : Cherokee cottage opp. windmill. nD.lytona Theater. It's a reu- have it. Lesesne. the Eastman Kodak THEATER THURSDAY NIGHT

51- C I I,Itar i I pu-nc.; : It Dealer. 14 So. Beach St. 454f ': The always popular Crystal Th". I The stock is new and Our Spring Oxfords
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J I atebad the largest atteudanrThursday i
: Mrs. II. Lockhart and Mrs. J. Tomorrow is the .MrV.] C. Hoe and daughter night of any .time th- pr t'J. i clean and our prices I have just i TwenCA

Thompson: who han been in theity : :Mrs. Walter Sparkman. and Mrs M. rut st'a."Oll. the crowd awaiting: Ii <' for the past two weeks or more A XorwooJ were in the city from mission! being so large at runthat' are right. Call and get i

i returned to the tatters home i m day we sell Port Orange Wedmt-day. Mrs Xor- some of the people became d"l'"ur.at.'d : arrived both forgentlemen

I Ja'ksou.meTuda)'. They were a:'. I i wood. who has beeon'isiting Mrs. ; and turned away. Prie nn case lots.I II IIi

I comiunied by their niece, Miss Fi 1 Saturday Candy Howes, expected to return to her The souvenirs of Thur:. l.,>' 11"4 t and Nu-e 41

I i A. Slosher. who will spend a moot't home at Ocala Thursday. Mrs.SjKtrJuuan were distributed: as follows \'. i L I -u

: I in Jacksonville and then return u. { was also to return to her cut glass comport to Mr;: \\.. M.Hankuis J. i :

this city to coatmue her visit u/h! home at Clear*ater. and Mrs ; Xo. 2. hand paI:i"d: t h oibou :.- I I I ladies.
the )lL"'St.'sl1tborp.. 29c Howe- to join her sun T. P. Ilowes.at
: di"h. presented 29c.HANKP
by L. II Kv. -
-- i: Orlando where !she will remain ii Co., to H. F. V anent: .t unt') ( <.t! Lyman Grocery : .
:ini.l Apror! Ma>'. whetL. sh! <.> aril: : the I --
I FOK nCXT-riut of three or tW' r. Saratoga Inn; X". ::. .):',, :" n
; ta/u to Port O:' ni-.'. '. . .. i : \
completely furnished room n_r 1.gut A POLND ATYoung's 'I' I i : ,i., h M <-. 'Tn.: 'd. \lal: : ;J't" .
J 'e-. Mr-: t''<;" .. ' 1 I Ihldrr ." .. . 1
hcnI ekeepin;; all convex i Ill' i. 0J. \( : .t.-'t : ,;- tor; I.." ::1" I Every Day is Bargain
C. C. Barnes: sto-v'. tu: ;-;-. :r.4-r; :: Pharmacy '- I \ ; 't ;" P.'( ':.. .: Here. Day \\here x t
J. I I I :0 j"l: \ ., I, I.t I.L IUE fOSTER CO.

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