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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: February 4, 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: VID00208
Source Institution: University of Florida
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1 + Generally fair tonight and Sun- ++ THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS + Today . . . . . . . 4:37 .
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Every E\'ening Except Sunday Daring: December. January February and March at the Prettiest inter Resort in Florida.

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Our, newspection l -<:"! :t Sixth Season-No. 56 DAYTONA FLORIDA SATURDAY FEBRUARY 4, 1911 15 Cents per Week


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J WALLACE'SArt W. WRIGHT :: :: DR. BOHn\OrS\ OSPIHL and St1IT RID[ RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies Stationery and Havana Smokers

and Jewelry Store Painting First._ Avenue Daytona J=la.. PRICES Books ,.)ul\ rust quahtv well cured tobacco -
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II Carries an exclusive line of new Paper Hanging I ( .i ,lIId I fl'! s, i II) rl1rou... -houl with. I T, ,, t I N I II II III. GEO. H. CLARK II used
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View Books. Decorating l I "IIII'Itot, l ,')1" !inn.! room on ""rood Waterman Fountain Pens News- Vet Cave. Manufacturer
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.. AVENUE Phone iSi C. C. BOHANNON' M. D. L. H. ROWE & CO. Papers and Periodicals Davtuua. Florida.

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|me Grown 5 Through the Daily News agitation the City authorities are enforcing the ordinance relating to automobiles and other vehicles.


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Iv.'D \\'llllHin Edwards If ho TO fORNISH ENTERTAINMENT meetings of the board shall be held '
) nt tiic lhllyrN'a> omen 0 1 the first and third SOLDIERS HURRIED SOUTH ;
morrow night.uo.i..Iu.isao. Monday evenIU.B We are closing out the Phonograph and Record end of ONE SPECIAL (
of each month and by this rule S
.i: FOR VISITORS IN i DAYTONA.MANY the next meeting of the board will this business: -we are selling them off cheap. I! ARE PREPARED[ { TO STAY.

be held next Monday evening at the I

city' hall at S o'clock. PRIZE TO BE I li'1i'
SHAFFNER THINGS TO BE ACCOMPLISHED -
,,i" During the time between now and GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE CO. AMERICAN CONSUL EDWARDS f :,

[al Estate and BY NEW ORGANIZA- will next! meeting be made Monday to increase evening the, efforts m mberslup "If You Don't Trade With Us We Both Lose Money." NOTIFIES OTHER CONSULATES.I I :;

TION IF ALL SUGGESTIONSARE \ of the new board to include - GIVEN AIVAY.t !' BOMBARDMENT WILL BEGIN IN ,. .: ",

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South Beach StreetDREN'S 1 PERMANENT COMMITTEES. I Daytona and its suburbs It was //40 BODIES I II 1vicfsIN I Ii i t 1'\;:;U, Tex, Feb 4-In "orn ;. 'Iti ...

Transportation-E. F. Oates, Geo. brought out at the gathering Friday GOLD HATCH A IS OfFERED ;' plian:'<' with a quest from G''uenu i :1j- .'

I Balch, G. B. Seaman. night. that up to this time only a'jojtlorty I Oro.l.oo, the Revolutionary leadei! AmC'ons.tl I' :t, "

Streets, Roads and Bridges-Henry have signed the membershiproll I AS SPECIAL LWENENT.1] I h'l'all! Edwards today u'Otfutl .

2 Thus, E. L. Gunn, Joe Osborne.> out of about JtKi eligible I ARE fOUND MUTINY I I ill other officials and consulates that :j':'>

} Sanitation-Lew Smith, \ W. H. After the adoption of the con t tu- he insurrectionists will begrn, to Ii'J"

Wright, B. Deacon. Vv' tio'i aud by-laws ak the meet ; onFtiJay THIS WILL BE GIVEN TO CONTESTANT : Lombard the city of ..Iaurt'zI.IID: : / !4i :'

I Membership:' J. MillsW., M. night the principal' part of i i i hours. !

:; Hankins, JVD. C. Morris. t \ I the time was given up to a diUosioa ON SHORES. IN RUSSIA. SECURING THE LARG II I| Many persons who had returnedto ,

t Public> { and Advertising. 'E.' I : of suggestioit: made for I EST NUMBER OF VOTES BEFORE .I Jaurei are again fleeing from the .

Fitzgerald. L. M. Waite, *. N.Coorad. 1 general improvement and ettei jug I cjrj". The races were declared off
ot conditions in the city A number MARCH 3.
\ again today.
EYES ''Arbitration-George Smith, C. E. of suggestions were made in DROWNED DURING I HURRICANf I mm, FIGHT I n mm-I ; I DAYTONA.M Six rurales have been driven ot'-

I too carefully safeguarded ". 'Gardiner S. H. Gove. } addition to the ores on w huh action the border of :Mexico by the insur.
''a'e, but one pair to last Commercial Relations and Rural was taken among them being one ss Emily Do 4ia>. t
gents. They have been arrested and
OFF THE COAST OF SPAIN. FOUR OFFICIALS I
ARE:
If there are Indications Industries-B. Foster, George H.' that a solid sea wall be built about. DEAD. Mii-s l i Ida Tel ">.. taken to Fort Hancock by the United -
40 feet from the I : lLss lJt* sie eden. m
js; u roux with your child's Clark Geo. H. Gardiner. out present! wall state troops.
and a deep channel be dredged out I Miss. I Molt..,Cortk
him her and I will fit
or > > Consul Edwards today officially
BODIES ARE FROM SHIPS WRECK- MUTINY TAKES PLACE IN CEN :
Glasstt to correct the e to permit yachts to tome in to the MiMo.,.e Livingston. I I all
i warned foreigners to slay out of
medical treatment is nee- The new Daytona Board of Trade wall at any point along Beach street.As ED AT SEA AND ESTIMATE ISI TRAL FORWARDING PRISON Miss Julia Stewart. Jaurez, saying he expects a battle
ill! tell you soivilie 'will be a busy organization for the channel is dredged out the It I Mi J iNS Queenie" Cell Sulliran. momentarily. t
some time if all oMlie suggestions space between the present sa wall THAT FULLY 100 HAVE LOST AND SEVERAL CONVICTS ARE I Mrs C. C_ Uohannon.

H. Clark for changes and improvements. madeat and the new one could be filled in THEIR LIVES. SHOT DEAD. I Miss Margaret Iarker.Master ..-. ..
the first ufeetjmg at the citj" Troops Hurried South- -
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and later made an addition to th<. UoJiiev Kioiaid.Mit I

Optometrist hall Friday ># cuing are accepted and Present: river front parkage. adding M UHtlD) Spain Feb. 4-Forty boa IOSeow. UU-.iia. Feb 4- .'oa\iehiI >s Dorothy Matthews I I SAX FRA.NCISCO Feb. 4-American I

careied-ool by the bodv much to the beauty of the city.One I 11 $'. Massif X organ i regulars} are being rushed from I
the Sign of the EYE. it's have been washed ashore from i in :the central forwarding prison mu-
One of the definite actions takenat I suggestion was that efforts be Miss Anna. Mabttte the prestdo of San Francisco' to the I
the board ship wrecked" during the hurricane. tinted: todav killing four offk-ials on''! i
-- the meeting was that I made to bring Northern settlers hereto Miss Margaret So!ekie. I Mexican frontier al the border of

ask :Mayor Greene to enforce the purchat-e and settle on the Unused Scores ofeasel have been: duty at the prison. i, Misslberta LourceyMms California Arizona. New Mexico: and ;
ordinance relating to the tlnow j wrecked" during the storm and it is They subdued< after i
city land lying back of Daytona, the were f bloody Kathleen: Porter Texas today to preserve the neutrality !-
lag of papers, trash and litter on'' idea being that permanent settlersare estimated full lilt persons!! have lo.i.t'1' fight in which several" of thri f prisoners '' Mia>. L. II Ilowe of the nations The troops am

i the streets and in the parkage: and i what are needed to buld: up this their lives. The shores are bens: t were tohoJ dead and a ntgtnber. of : MisBessie McCann.Mies rationed for :Zt u days and prepared to I I i
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EN GOODS jards: and the :Maor will be informed ', seitioii of the country patrolled bv people watching; for the (others seruusly! wounded i Roberta llobbs. stay until all danger of invasion hats +;

that it is the sense of the,I I The suggestion 'that the river frontparkage bodies as they are thrown up by --- I I I Miss .Meiia PoUitz. passed. ::1

board that this ordinance shall be should l be kept clean and attractive the waves (CHARGED WITH DOING | Mu i > Neva \' I
--- rigidly enforced in future to keep 1JCs; Nellie '
fop \iMturs and made an I StniDg.
BUSINESS WITHOUT LICENSE.: ,More Troops Ordered South- \
complete the city of Davtoua: cleui and at-i inviting place" to rest caused considerable WHEAT SHADE HIGHER: i' Miss)i .. ..or..II.t' Gitterrs.Suss FT. RILEY Kans. Feb.IlTI1Il \1.I
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feiarniug triactue for ,visitors. Nagil i/-:.; was arre>>tMl bv tarp Ilotzieu
discussion the" sentiment being PROVISIONS ARE DULL. Marjorie States troops quartered hen have f
Green (jroceries, in- favorably I I uty' Sheriff Gore; this afternoon oil J
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suggestion Miss Virginia
that the parkage should be thoroughly / Matey .
been 01".1 i to Xr'/' ":na for servic" JI.
CIUl'AGO.o't[ >b. 4-Wheat market I ,t State warraat charged with
t acted was that there should be doingbusiness : Slice liJciJi: tlouivtoo .
upon leaned planted to Italian '
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up i ;i the loiilei! the older having beeeit i .
was dull today to a shade higher | l without I-ceiist-: I ..
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particularly oi
more street lighting DAYTONA BEACH. .
rye and that cement walks be laid \ .d) h.. .. tod, ivSEARt'll
Beach street, and a committee> will through it, leading to benches and May' was quoted at $06.. 1'rov' iaions. j \was. selling; goods at one of the lead- ''! M UK M v-rtle .FreemaiiMiso . .
|en Wax Beanseen be appointed by President: Howe to eats under the trees and on the hogs and cattle are steady and dull. I :rag hotels where touiplain was Virginia Smith. ------- 11tl l'.

make arrangements with the businessmen : bank of the ruerKlectrie I made against him. He will !bate I Miss Uuth Ktetiiig. FOR DROWSED MAN i .

Beans and the council for a number of lights at the F. E. C depot The steamer t' S. A. left the MondavTh morning. Miss \'i ruin 1.1 YOUIIt.! I d dI dI : : ; "

big lights similar to the one now c'.m t'd Mune discussion and it JE> Prime Ueorse dock the: morning' I Stirs MuFinla>', I :1'
OFF PIER AT A I ATLANTIC CITY.
lucumberslauliHower in use in front of the Crystal theater probable that definite action !in this bound for Palm Beach with the largest lOudSam: tirade the Tomokarf Mia Sail'" Holland. I I

;. to be placed on Reach street ;j'': "er trip today with large \li' Eloise SmiLh
dirt>cti(;:i will be taken in the near I passenger Ut earned this sea a party > : Iii .
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i For the remainder of this season future i son I of excu lonsi: >. Miss Irene &Ch. : ,: '
I FEAR POSTMASTER CF PHILADELPHIA ,
some kind of evening entertainment The permanent committee provided I 1-- -- --- _______ __ ___ I Ii _--_.____-_--_ -_-h-___-__--_-__ -_ Miss Ma\me Swartz. I
omatoes will be furnished the citizens and for in the new constitution i: n - ,!, Miss Lena ToorliliAOD. WHO HAS BEEN 1))
tourists eachvt and thi en- FROM 1 OBSCURITY TO HEALTH. SEABREEZE. 1)f'
once and by'-laws were" not appointed bv i t
| Peppers tartaminent will probably be in the President Kowe at the meeting but Miss; Pearl \\ ilson MISSING SEVERAL DAYS, HAS' ;

nature of fireworks the display to The batik j i- personally; interested Mi-x Ortte BurdakM .
were announced by the head of t11: trU1 : MET DEATH 'IN THE WATER. !.'
be the bank of the Halifax. Helen Bunsnian 1
made *
on board of trade today, the member pbelli .11 every lulu who rotues in) eontartwith
ire Always Fresh. A committee> to arrange for th:*> !: u i htued: e.6ARMENT it and this has kept Slims Vivl: ..t 1Iidd..UD.Ii ,VLXNTK(' CITY'. N..I., F'*.l b. 4-The l I j
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entertainment was ordered by vou- --- ) Mildred Kluin I nit'iorit' :< s here ;stay I.ht'POiIt- l I I ,: "
-- --- --- of the board and the committee will i from di.hoJl'-ty: who cared 111s (rare Homett iiii-t'i;+ Itc'haI'dslahu: l !.-.'. of Fhila l' II I> \ :

use its judgment m selecting the little for the admonition; of a bishop PORT ORANGE. I d..lih| :a i >!i.t-. b....n dioMix/ l off ; 'I"I i ii iih ;. i.1.1.

AYTONASTORAGE best kind of evening entertainment \ Because: the business of a bank can Mx: .r|..,;.,.iI' lIu, ""Ilt i .' Ill,11[.Oil lloil;:: Iyr'! II.b./ .lr> 1.1' j :

the first meeting of the board on !ht: Micce'!stullv! tondu trod only with 11...- I Lena, SIJilrklUall. ; !II.! --i iii! tOj -< \ "('al
CO. Friday' eveningvat an enthusiast' honest. turf the btink I ; b" conifs HOLLY HILL. '.l t't ii ?I.>. \II..- liolv I :- I)..;I J_ III.ill' 1 h i

a. one, although the attendance wa* m>t WORKERS largely! :a .nifrvator ot public .\1.1':0"j': ..: 'I'- ; i 11; ..:r' .1' 11:t ir.f/ \.

JOHNSON, Mgr as large as was expected Some loea- moral in the l'OIJUultnitoand. pr Nh'i !' i r.i. i it.I", l 1..".'ii Llk"rl; i .u til" r"a; STOCKS ARE DULL TODAY; j i

eons given for tbi Were because ot ,.entlull! ;II ''H"t.'uwllrs Vf' *i;>!'..- other attraction in the city and ( ( I l'.\ L !.. I 1.II..i\; i ..et.. !,vwli
ness that none but the I/J'- i ,, -n i,
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other) business arrangements i TO \YORKS\ 'I'll I i i. ( i ruceiv Store of ours has would di'-regaid' them 1'111'I ; l bIJJk, .- .( !, i.: x:,'i VM r'6!' ol valuable l 1)1'.7.-> \H:\VOlcK., I-'..!,. 4 --*>ioi.ks 05r II, Ii. /l

The new constitution and by-laws : won tit-ineiidous: trails by reason; personally; interested .n ..".!'Y mm an! y.. 1).. a.a i-'b: -d to the contestants end r dull toda.Jth. I)11'-' '', neii'! i "

Were read by the committee and f.f f the i-ierits, of the food stuff itj; who comes in contact. w n 'II i :t. hncouragenient fUis' (rl? ti! .. :uo,..r vou*. the. IU.&IJ' aty; ::1I.-baugt"tl. k..adllJ LI-'Ir-, I
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with lew I ,,1"Uwl1! ol theratper!' / has d.'< tied toivtdtti :LIlli l T'l! "fr" a shadlu ht': 1.ol;
adopted bv the [board a sells. but not content with offering is orr"'d t" t'i!' ,,ru- .

Hsur minor changes from the'a*' ri BIG STRIKE IS AT A AHM I Ii E D) ; i I quality and purity alone the prices ,,dent the industrious :and tih.uea i . ; ,i .Iw..ial price 01'L iianKoiu: ... h.-I t ,, ujai, .aO..J! a wh, .1.- (1",11'. (r I'
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1, which they were reported. The '! aremaJ lower than01 are asked but the spendthrift the ear.-1.-si} a.n i old v\.itch t*, '.11" ('OUt '> taui who : *:I- -.t.,1(1.\ ::111.1 1 X " :: "
the regular I : tlllVH, the most SOt*S Up tO tll.' traeof L..d"'I'; by a/Net al'-- abro..ad. j J..l'
by-laws provide that i in the average grt.xerstore. the untruthful find the bank-: ,I'r\' 1 I ,
j TO RESUME[ i [ PLACES I MO i DAr I "cold proposition"' Mauv a man the 0ftir'rti 1 coint. iA "'r day, March th' mark't lx I 'all nil vimr:air 'tf>ad:Iv.

I J, tt :. p. ui This! watch, \\ hl'/:< /h ;, ,
S I has risen\: from obscurity 1'II "..tlt/(} I I t.
i a handsome prize>. will be planed '.n. .
;}firnA. LABOR DISTURBANCE WHICH HA Leeaase of fi;.uh h:* i.Do1Ilir..l J ;rj, his: Druggist"I
exhibition .u a few days and ail <-< n
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v banker by his unswerving moral in- 1 127CHURCH,
tentau and their friends! art 11,1to .; .5 : 37I
; BEEN ON IN CHICAGO FOR 133 tiitv The banker. loaned him it. !; : street \
Ox- sw
Spring CONRAD GROCERY monev on his snood name, and it .,. ..,, Daytona, Florida. '
THE It is l al': rut #
DAYS WILL BE SETTLED ) urg) < upon cont' S
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proved so valuable an a"s. t that he V 'l
Twenty-Nine CentCANDY that they nnruiiateiv call upon ,h".r i "!Iellns, Food fh; Haag' i
Is have just FIRST OF WEEK. I 1 1I not oaK kept on. bur 'k w..U of friend: andtupportert to rally' to I
I him to other thu, '0:101,1.,0: 1 : 1 :, { lr:'11 v>
CHIC.GO.o't'b.. 4-The garment COMPANY I .. .... thtr aid: and hip theme TJ' "oZi t'J 1 *> TheBest is alwaysthe Cheap 'H'Hi
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establish a verti': ived both forntlemen workers will begin to return to work . prate! w'mii i- \\ ii vvpt1! '!'IP t'r- est and that is t
crt>dt.: It a\\ay.! ;rays f tot.frtr": why I IJ i i
Monday, the long drawn out strikehaving forts: ot auyr'ne.TL's
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with V '111:' '. lln ;' I iI! 0'; Y'I":J b st J J I
"mt..tal1r is 11., SYI'ltCt': ; ''I.
i been settled by uaanitm>i.i. '
and Xice and fresh. Try box \'lOU will PHONE 61Daytona __ ,
a :\\1 .:! : ,' : '. : ::I"Ij'"
: of the leaders and worfceis pi, will hate! a good -.fart..11 I" 1
find it the bet'sold (or'thl' consent . ;, ' !
The strike has lasted for 1.W; ; day. .1. : ;; u. I' 11'1' tip' :rtIJtJ' ,'r' Nil i eii ;

ies.. l pI".l'e. has toi-t: the workers $J;-'t'<';. ../(' .wd Lodge ..1 -" ;i JI.p''. : :*i:.'.'. I l'IJr"'" 'i (4.r'' i' It.1.i Harris'I' I,

29 SATURDAY the employers $4,'XMIOO' ' Bet.tta.ent t':, No 1141 MERCHANTSBANK I'.,tl': "

C. lb. and SUNDAY ;; a.ndt.llOll workers !uv I' K r r: B. P. 0. E. : \II I

been; out during: the :strike. 1 ll Meets Every Tuesday '_'.,' :1 {
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HANKINS, The Druggist, During the progress of ;.tK' itrkl':: .l Evening Visiting ,..1.. ; cbea1'eaI'ater: f, r I
four lives have been =: I aid! Members Invited ;'r.'
AT TILE PLATE T. E. Fitzgerald. E. RGeo A D. McBRiDE. President 1 ..1 .1" J'
Where Volusia Meets Beach. M.ettti of'i t )f .d:' .S J. B. CONRAD. Vice President
; x' F Crouch, Sec .
CO. !.If'-"t dot:1sn:'! t :i::-rt'Ul'e: F N CONRAD C,isaier 11"-11:11': :it!': n-'I! : t T'-: ":.
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f' ,-rri GEO. WRAY in T r DELAND THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA 1. I


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t PLAYER PIANOS VOLUSIA I ---- VolusU County, STETSON

t is situated 23 miles southwest of

t. PIANOS. Concert FUR Tuner RENT 1 COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the latter I UNIVERSITY

I IJ BANK city by an excellent hard-surface DKLAND, FLA.
road recently constructed.At Four t'01l4'1f'1I and II

iri I DEL.\.SD. FLA. DeLand is located the John B. IVchnlcnlMchoou Equipment co.t.; b
Hot
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I flr'JrVDID ttuut thuruILIILJIDLI I Stetson University, one of the leading Erulowmvnt nearly lno.ooo.
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Isonl I% 00.WOMANS $100,000Surplus
I Capital educational institutions of the Faculty of w ProT
$50,000 fs>ors and Instructor Chnstlajheld
EXCHANGE Soath. Because of the interest in but !!. (thr1stta, Sundl

I non 77 for ._ In I 111I.ton1l lint en ii.UIllV D. McBRIDE, matters educational DeLand is known nontar1"n Tt''blng.
A. houj
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t lVdI..snithi Infornitttloa.
ICE CREAM ; lb.Iut.t :,rtltjts. Fr-stdilt as "The Athens of Flori, u" I address: day evenijly
> -- i, ttil! on I lrs.. 'sL B.CONK All*: faculty of
I JM A-- J. ha a Lincoln
University
I. tn a*? quantify.MILLS' =. J. liohin.-. I:; \'ulll' Vie,..Pr,' ldt'ntI : Stetson I Holley, lesson
i B&K A ;dh. r lftl vkifc ...UI h\.. I 8. A.\W00l 50 professors and instructors. There II 1'11. 1)LL.. Llt.D.1'Nos1d..n'. jj..

I I t'asht'r'DREKA'S are over $400,000 in buildings and I I IJ.
European' .. _, ,' .. .._ I. Phone
w "4I i - -- endowment
czftr.r-cw
.l.! { equipment; nearly $300,000
I RestaurantISI.I.isi.i.isi.R.ISIOI.t I I and |
I' -U- ; Tact must be apparent to the most ; a Carnegie Library alone rep- u.Attorney Ing p
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I L. C. DEMAREE.One -- ""'! PfRKINS
.. By superficial observer. With such lavish resenting an investment in building. .

S N of Daytona's crowning glories I I i \\eilth of natural beauty it became DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than Mrs 's
t BUSINESS ANDPROFESSIONAL childrenoga
aa HATS i beach. Xo hand oi is the United
the
is her incomparable an easy thing foi STORE 120000. The library andCounsellor Frldistlster

J : New Stock Just in atPeck's : one who: haj ever set foot upon its i ''ir-an to give the finishing touches States Government depository for the MIIy'

smooth racked sands; no one whoever !Kvlm-h have! Tought out the colors EVERYTHING State of Florida and contains over
House : I It ADVERTISEMENTSi.isI.I.ISISISIIISISIIl until
: Bargain I at Law .
L < pedaled a bicycle over its expanSw and outlines of the big picture. TO EAT 15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one

t f J 112 South Beach Street. : .1I : ; no one who ever drove .a out TO WEAR the newest of 16 buildings, with
of
I ..........................1 horses and listened .. :Man did all this in the laying TO USE a Now
DTancing pair of I of the streets with th*>ir wide margins T its furnishings, represents an outlayof Will Practice la Cherry -

I *.*....................... to the popping of their steel shoes 1 of parkage. The entire! city becomes ,Ipiullr.u-Koom* '$60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of State:! and .
WAR-CHINESE LAUNDRY : its asphaltum-like face; no one : beautiful college buildingsin FederalCourts
LING inter-
: upon i i.. grP. t park. with driveways Elevator: KtrvlcflUst the most .
: JU I 0. BRACH ST.. IUYTONA. KLA.I . who ever steered a hisrh-power! automobile E. S. HALL : Hoouif.ADREKA&CO.
-6sHhlrt! Night Khtrts 1n. : **-t1.in; ;, miles upon miles! of driveways the South. D I).
: White HhJrts 1I1'\\Oolt'n' Hhlrts in down the broad stretch of i BuilderNo. good to attract motorists The city has a population of about
and M as
Check' Hhlrts K ln.hlrts N.' sand Architect : from a s>j
.a New Hhlrts 13l!: >rawrs H wave-washed and surf-packed I from all over the corjtinfrnt. : 3,500 with a thickly settled country flEL.\. m. FLA. Island win
Bhlrts collar Hit. Hocks. IMT pair 3 N but: realized that it 2s a world beatI I 2i itu\ Pnlnirtto A\f. : IIELA V. "'LA.V DeLand is five
: Collars or Cuffs Handkerchiefs! 3 DAYTONA. FLORIDA. .I And .as for the nivenitnts!' pavements adjacent. proper nieasulcanai
ljadl cloth's att'orrt"pondlngprkt"; N er, a world-wonder. Go stand upon like miles east of the St. Johns River on
granitewhere
.......................... this wi.ie speedway: and see the happy ,I l.i.sISI.ISlSlSlSISISII.i.i.is..i.i.iu.IIISISI : thai look and act land of the WRIGHTINSURANCE Oeitel
1 1I rolling pine
i it else between the eastern 'the.high,
V/
assi..eui.............i.N souls flit by in joyous mood andanswr ---- and ve...ti.rn seas an so many milesin olusiajloonljfAbslracLCo.i great "Orange Ridge" of Florida. S La untfishing
I whether this is not one of .
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H. C. THOMPSON Agt. : wonders. I I I. I, pro orton; to, inhabitants? The :; The predominating products are p
1 : the seven modern
a LAMB ENGINESHUPMOBILES IW.. C. CROWNING, M. D. : pavement question i.tatds: with thetrect oranges and grapefruit. the estimated AGENCYDeLand

The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.) of chief drawing Jert Flh Prealdent from this vicinity being over
I ttia
I : : : General Medicine and : as:: one l1ury 1>.LjindU. K cnturyandTreas. crop
:
I : DoNkstritioa Given at Any Tine.PHONK : Where think you is water with more : Obstetrics : i cards. Till some iriheard; of place 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,, \I) II
more and better Daytona peaches, pears Japan persimmons.plums. biuti I)
? Nearly a . reports : Florida
surroundings ,
Furnish
W : picturesque I Offlct- Hours!: JOto3! ::II. 7toxp.ni.Over Abstracts
t !? : ...... mile wide. fringed with tropical vegetation Kodak Place. 'Phone 39.isi.U.ISISIU.iSiSIjISI. = I throws down the! RjUPtet! to the Titles'Perfected pecans, guavas, strawberriesand mOil 11)0
: .................... : ed and .
with roomy IDR.J.E.RAWLINGS world. other fruits are grown in plenty.In lot n -'
artistic cottages
,j .......................... verandas, looking out upon her bosom .. I Squirrels Flowers Hirds and Fruit. I and Insured i Ii the way of public improvements OLDESTLARGEST ilne (iris

;i 1 : JACOB ESPEDAHL : gamey food fishes in countless num- ........................... Whi'tov1.one's shortcomings and i are many miles of fine shell roads, an St ttzu
.1 Builder I callousone Maps. Pints andblueprints school electric lights Lii-. anu :'Jn
a Contractor and bers beckoning as it were to those : LOWeer indifferent <) even! I'Upplh'dIIF.I..SII. excellent high

'' i J a a Superintends Designer Construction and; Craftsman of Build N with rod and reelher; bosom flecked :. I may he to many things: the mere a system of waterworks that is owned I and BEST ii

? : = ings. Finns Hhort and Nolle-Hpeclflcntlonson : with duck and coot and snowy-i: Physician and SurgeonoKKICK : \ mer.UGii' rf "flower*. and squirrels. KI.K.: and operated by the city supplying ., ,,

: FLORIDA.OSCAR winged sea birds which sit about as'' l.rds and fruits"! w.U send a thrill the purest water at little cost.
: DAYTON : : VKK: hllll.I'I.'J-: : '"
S ...... :if ihe of bobbing upon the : that .s reflected m distended pupils Nine houses of worship testify that I I \'o! ". ,
; .................... for sport IMiom s BONDLUMBER For Florida
that lubberly ol! .11,1 1 pi';.eked ears. DeLand is a church-going commu
t .......................... waves; watch ....... .......!...I I._ I FARMS \I
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! Methodists -
white headed pelican pouch a fat - For t. .ery vi'storih a spare goober nity. Baptists, Episcopalians,

S ; MICHAEL : mullet, and that fish hawk struirlinupward ;.:. I II ..................RSUIISI .. i Un-re: is a bunny ready to l'OUl.1 COMPANYMatnufacturers of (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES wi It..

S : : CONTRACTOR : with his floundering load he 1 I: ..ml ao-ept your gift He will sit bolt I Christians and Catholics, TIMBER or Ml
:I snatched from the water :: D. D. & C. M. ROGERS : i'l i-'v'it.; and knaw into, the: meat, LUMBER I besides colored Baptists and Metho. TRUCK' hOIU' o

,, : :S Filling and Grading NS See the beautiful launches, spickuid :: Civil Engineers : i.i:,t.iu: furtive; 83Ut.:; glances: at pHIl LATH I dists are rq rescnted.I LAND tenew;

S N Heavy Hauling a Specialty. : span: wiili! hampers and lovkrs I II 4 I i i 1:1t':11l: : i1lle' j SHINGLES I The graded school offers a ten Sftul f.,r RiirgalnMiieV Ci.' > LIfldit' l
Ut ,_
t .... ....................I bulgin! with refreshments both solid __ _h DAYTONA.FL ---- I' o.\ "TJ. Usually mh and bo! !II'1| MOULDINGS years' course, and the building which to. "

r. .' ,i' )i'i : nd liquid ready for a cruise upon th 1-.lu"II-II: I d.1ISI ";:" I 4 .:!'.: tliear ''round you al'rt'lUi::<1ii .1| \si-nt,M iMiy'Piilnts': I it occupies is newly furnished much ,lii,
iJiI'll' (!\. ui GdDmm
- TIlE Hicll!
.......m.. .$a.I.1a..a..seEeg.a.DG. : ; dr -w
beautiful surface.; Take out your f.eld .... ot Goldsmith's; coupler wherein < 1'iiroid itoutingti.t I I throughout, and is jti": of the most

IIII M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. : '.da.-ii ana weei> the river iromOnnoud / :- !1tl4 sp'1;ns its oartiost visit paid I \!Ki;: !>..nitto hiilltviu.Plu-t- 1 commodious and bc.t equipped public that tune
..=a..KI blo-sor.s! 4- -u>.' ..-..riiHrkk.ik : . I \ [ co ot the prj
MILLINERY Z bridge to Ponce Park I: : : ilu'liiuir's 1 : lingering >!.4 Said ItrtckIi.'N schools in th. State. i. local
[[llL and (
:isht:: h ouse. then say whether! tit. are delayed. :; from to DeLand .
Daytona .
Fall : E. L. STEWARTPhysician \ :: 1) KLA. The trip I ; .i I.XSI'. Fl.A. are fewHear .
Are :
.- Showing Styles I Halifax isn't a thing of beauty and and Surgeon: lu "!i' yard roses tp f varisated: hues is made by automobile in a little I Io.r

,- 5/. i No. 8 Beach St.. Daytona. Fla. : .1 joy forever and one of the midu.rit! "p. .-t.i| ,ll,,lit. l.tM.II' t.. ,. MK Iil. I: ; : "sI.,:.t:litu; ; another household luus an hour and there arc many .

_ ,,....! (!(!) ttoiide/i. :\. ,1--ir.: I Ihtu..t'H : ii.t I 'u.-. S 'II I! I" I. i I _. '.!.III! for the poinretta! anti th. : & [1SIAttoiuevs THE h
1 _ e) _- - _ .11',1.1., , ii.-. \I":i. in- '" .:\- nilI.M.I i "."1 1I I p :" : LAII1S pretty drives iu the vicinity of the ; I low
-eiu
. I w ,1..1 !1'. S t. |I' HII<' *:' : !i : !.. .-<. : rt atlamtj; another :s hid- I
,, : :> road leads to
- / :!@! t.' !:!: !:!o! 'i' The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge. "lti., ". iH'llf.: II III. !t.. 'f |.. in. at Liwtr.etng : county site. A good I GORDONGARAGE
: ,.. . of ia.ll! .-.aut''arlt..t i
: : :'i a jungle ( In ,,i'' historic
five
miles a
East Florida wood.Itidg'tvocd .i.iII...............IoIIiei I: .- rue spice; of life and here is where I htatin.: ..i .K..I1'.rlll l ,, DcLcon Springs, of water '
: Courts spot. where 60,000 gallons
t
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Is the crest |: on f-nd: \ ir.Tiie >oclal taetlitl.toy
avenue upon > Si earth minute.
: Telephone Company .. .isisis.sisIsuosRslDR. I investigating: and bubble from the every
f : ; tsrds flit in and widh theirjo The tierr
Ii of a broad ridge straight as the croorues I t rft-rtlni titles! I From DeLand automobiles go south

and the wide spreading branches : F. H. HOUGHTON ..1 ; >oUs notes help to give fullness 1 ;: 1."t.ASP.I Fl.A. to Osteen,, IS miles on shell and I DeLandHeadquarters

Connections at Daytona | of 'he! heavy-trunked live oaks extend : :.Jy 1 mm. sty to the picture. ( marl roads; the St.Johns is crossed by

; for Long!! Distance Points | thtir g'ant! arms across the magniticei.t Dentist! : As for t'uits.:: ('boit'dtrus fruits, STEM! & ELY! ferry near Osteen and cars can then for

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i \'Ha. forming an arch, and it ttt-u III !'. k lo!! ,. l'.i\toia':\ ( \.t!Ids the palu. to none for : Isanc A. Kt.'wart continue to Sanford and Orlando by AutomobilesAliKNTFOR

_ H. C. THOMPSON. Mgr.I from these: extended: arms gn-at festoons I'III, F: a:: w. ,l Klitl: *MHi'li Hi'ul.::.' : j'lal.ty' : and! quantity per acre. Theret I Ii I II. Kcford: Illy hard road. There is a shell road

... 'XX!) @om'! !i I of Spanish moss sway as the ..(...I...................I.i i' :,r,' cores of citru$ gi'cvt-s) in prox- Mary Kt.-wart at Law from DeLand to Orange City five Maxwell Touring .
winds from the : seas Attorneys Cars and
trade tropc
bending
mty:: to the (city branches and a good road from DeLand I
-d NoturU- l'uiJUcI'FI.SI' miles
L .! !. \! fan them. Looking straight ahead ..isisu.isis.su.ui.u.vui.I:[ to the e.: rth with their burdens ofi I IL: to Lake Helen, a like distance. RunaboutsArthur

H.T.. McCLELLANI i :down this white shell street one has* :J T K. Klt/X'THltl E. I.'. at.- :| !: 1.1'OUS: gc5den glebes which for 'i FL\ ;! ______ __ I

I g he impression of a fairy path with :I FITZGERALD & OATES 1 "-aut> proflicacy and aU desirable 'I '
I -.ifiLsn; draperies but as you move'long astonish J. A.ERICKSON. I BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO. (1.; JIHmlln
Mill Work 1 :J Attorneys and Counsellors at Law : I !::jaht.es: uould truly you. I.u'ull'.iiawliDHAMLIN

t and cast an eye first to thv >'O'|i> i tOt! }o'.I. <'llltl. :.t! \.iiniiiiiii.: .. :. :[ : The Fastest Autos and The Finest I I : :M.u.uf.u-iup I I I -
_1 9 the left :mill !". .rfx-uns:.: I I.. .1 Till
right and then to seo
you
Write or ask him about anything & CO. Lijjht Granite Huff Red pwl
2 niTUin Cumid I'.uilil',_. 'Plum*' I islfl t :! !I Out. : ,
_ _ 5 you want made of wood Everything ; d.&tinguished cottage:; homes m the! : Largest =?"hwk of Drab Brick
'
5 Iwttin .B.B.B.B.B.BCB.B.B.BtB.J.1 Tiv! -'\'II.th world wonder do you Pianos. Ori'aiis and I .
the best. most delightful : s. '. !
I I l.or-- .11'I'; PromptUli> &
-- I .h. leaf of the grand 15: '.' (.\'ml'. whether from! Mi :;our: bewin-J: ; Mao'imcst / ::t-. V. i .. !ii: '. .SI.! I .iul Pnc<:,.
Z North Ridfiewood Ave. Phone 123i See } glistening ..,..!...... ...... ._... ............ !f. .!'. .' :-- .>t J,1.). I.N.KI,: :: : i I.I i.\: 1-1.\\ .
HAMLIN
; '. magnolia which nature has: varnishedis : i'- fra: lsiine, fr< m Kuluuia/oo t> Ild.I' !FI.\I _

1 ...> \! ....).. ,...-!\!\!\ \!\ i :\ no .,rtis"s brush ever could; andthe ; DR. J. P. ESCH ..1.flditt to, :.rjd you \\ -\II\ !I... "-ho11. n |: \ LAKE HELEN

_ - ------ I I 11'- !hi t Its-. vtt.'ti'r: : ; ,'i-ord t'o": ,
t cabbtge palms with their burden and r. i> w : re

: , tin,ki*:: \t til l \ o, ret'urrnss; 'I ALLIiN'S I Surrounded by several pretty lakes Attorneysaud
; \\'rn' !,:'Ml!} I.1. >1. " -miT'l!! I"1 !
1I"111m" .f P lllll' lli.l' ; *
r PICTURESQUE? PORT ORANGE\ the lovely holly with its exqiiis.t' 1. I-:; I II,1"" ''ll.' 'n.-. I I... "II '.. |J', : '>(o'i Autotii. t l' i ii>' -.i--: : .:. the its:- ,;< :\: to I'o-'cfli--f I I and guarded ty lotty pine: trees is Counsellorsat
'r'n.i'! i \ r"\ \
'i t. ; in .
in i Law
: < lry; see the climbing vines PK: : \" II.LADAS'. *. ::'il.tli--.n- --t. artu: : d ttY! ps- L. !:e Helen a winter resort: of no I

'OUT OHANtiKtituated : I... i-m riot in the trees; sve the c-rjp- .,..--s..S. ........... ..... ..... . ....Sb.. .\i i" :' : ..; .. :..i i ti.,. |Ir:4 ..;:1'.1", : : : : DIUJGGISTSJEWELERS little importance. Camp Cassadas,

S t (I pretty IIt5I. ,'itae:: PORT ORAN6EHOUSE : 'u'-i.tu.U.. forms wuich gain a foothold 1. -5- ;1"-;:" urU's.an \\..itfo.i, ii.ttdt .>- i; a spiritualistic camp ground is Situ- I'Vl.AXI'' Kl.A.

I Jive mil-'" I an tie. great oaks and g tttlyuzns. fu......... ....! !.!............. ... .!. .! ....'.:?. ; ot fJIItl w t ::>. It.8: a 1'Kl.ANK: FLA. ated near Lake Helen and at this

I ,..mt h of I>ii>toui ont and surt'lyou will join in: v (.:,t.l.I'a": Low \t :tll a .'o-.staitlj 1 I place several hundred people make

I myrna h" Ihiytomi-N.* hiircl ...urI I vile chjru and say that this is d POOL PARLORNOW t'i i :.t.ttg; : ,.t'IIt'. i winter headquarters. A laigc; lumber "FOUNTAIN'S"DsLAND. '

: t'TNId. tli..!>t"'n'" world \\cnder for beaut)'. OPEN : L\.eryt.bmg goes from a ::-horot' G. W. Fisher |I mill and the largest brick plant in
Fred I
I I ttgbwavofth.4nst. .- Ku..t S Cumznngs .hoTe antI '! 1 the South located at Lake Helen. FLA.
i power up to a power Drug Co. are ,
t Th' town Is Owner and Maaater I Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage Clean and Warm and I I i
s'Jl l of *d from a cantor :
degrees *pe
l<>v-.&t"- on t h.. 1 1 ii II- Homes. A Good Place to Rest | Drugs Stationery j ORANGE CITY ClothingFurnishings I
: :u a Two-uule-a-iuunutf dip.'lIlt w ill
Aiitl INconwvrVsl I
fx Klvr Huyler's Candies
I I : with th. attractions.perhap. Play Pool Now ,. ; ttiobab'v' catch the'SD.riT.: "4-----' :... l luo The principal attraction around I
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No of Daytona's : -
,1 I ..lte PORT ORANGE one : Checks Given : I ;h\\. Kodaks, Cigars Orange City is the handsome j
., P'nn
]', n brl
j I In Th Id out town ant t* well hnsJiinny the artistic cottages. The owners of ,; '
: pretty home!*. Lots for Sale these l'harming'i1las hail from every ; :':--lis and squ.rrel: and flowers are A. H. i'OOOALL purest in the world another attraction I

A larJ:*" numl.er of Liberal Terms corner d the country and they bring : t.-tf. t.:,e: sparkling fountain water i-- to visitors. It is at Orange City I iii

,! Tourists an J winter Allowed for their own architectural plans and : When You Are Looking for -.re and you will have to go down The that passengers over the Florida East
> Tort I
ldenl mak IMPROVEMENTSOcean
r winter hemlqnirters build upon them and. as the arclucturs : Do : '-:.u l yi'ur wallet only for VOID for Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and
Orange Some One to
t .ne of th- FISHING or River I I l<* of one section of the countr, : : ctu. aud bed and board. GROCER drive to Deland. The town is sur I

II s.-s-erI fttt rl\t'Uel1>4 'on'nh'nt to Anto- differs from the architecture of another ; : Ths: ;.s 1:0: fanciful picture; :.t's ali : rounded by land peculiarly: adaptedto
,
r-lnc!: th. < t>xcell.-nt iiioUUKiuv tuitl ItrMgf.l ('our.. so do our homts differ :m I Electrical WorkPHONE \ i.t-ie. 1 It u> drawing ether> thou.-ai.d:*: DeLANI FLA. the_cultivation of citrus fruits. j i'ELAifrWRL--1l"
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\. short \ C. HOWES from another. There art aid cldoa.. .I.' 'ue and ,.''e. .._ ......................................._ ...........
I .. .St :>f Port (Omna:: :\J:. nt beauty one i.; rm - yyy"y-- - :

\ : the reinnlus of Port (trtuic, )0.111.i . no mucotohous rows of strikingly; 14 I I
5'l...* old Itunlnwton similar build'ngs\ ) but the eye as .t5WOet -- I
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J.-M mill. ust |iliu', "'' i I ).. by is treated to a kaleidoscopic FORLAWTHE : "From the Grove to the Table" I2iEDAILY NEWS!
S t' .t III ,rhItC2S " 'r I Port Orange
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> ,r Joy htnulriiN of 'I change which keeps: the mud : INDIAN RIVER GRAPE .

tl,'lrl"tl. <>"< tliii' OYSTER[ CO. '\tIlld h1g. "What nvxt?" ELECTRICIAN.Best : FRUIT AND ORANGESGPO ..

Jo :::1th.countr'.l i,. iapoxTi5ro It is no', only the exterior of many : on the Halifax. ..

t ( PortOrnnKur- ; niitl IvnU'r of rh"*) homes which rivets attei.-! : Gives to sonic threepersonshose_ ? :
rounding th- oMi Prices Best Work The finest quality of fruit for salein Away
andCLAMS
F- OYSTERS tOll; ; '.\" b.n they are models of convenience the
1:1 i.II.: wu it vit I n- I sinnie hexes or car lots. Special names were mentioned in :
t and the finishing: and furniShing NORTH BEACH STREET
I dtu: laud sLi1ar 11111Ck rt.OnuiLMImvtonn : attention paid to filling orders. Eve
i dive evidence of the elegance r Day :
k l.l.ti.tntU.u.Th.'iullllHy I P 4 ..... MUNROE & STEVENS y previous day's paper _
""u:111 ClJ"'rI'd 'xt..n- and cultivation of those who worked .

.InthoMMarlyd WL C. (IflffES j it aU out. Indeed it is the interior: : ......M.lIl.I...IsuIIIRsiU 1 GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. .. :

IlOs.'i>'II .lout- for lulls forty in-t'n or I ta Real Estate ,. arrangement and artistic turn.&II n_ :: JOHN P POLLITZ I: J Office Next to the Ridgewood Hote! : Four Tickets [Ito the Crystal ..

n ty jiir-. i and snndiEg.: more than the t-\ter.i .
Insurance Theatre and
MerchandiseOrder :
a
\ sery tnti>ri"tlii>: j I'ppearj'nce: that gives a surpas.3-- I :

riv! from.. I'II\.ton, h5OTAuV! fUULl':: I charm to Lwytona honit-s TL.f: "- : Suchard Chocolate : ........... ...........uS_ ........... .... ...!.. : for. 25 centson: some :
I K by ( 'lIn l I. a.-l Iit
<> th.' appro-n-h, o! Port ()r.tnCc.) fla.I ,j Ture justly meriT proUi.ini": a- a.tier .- :: 5 and lOc CakesISI.ISISCZIJSIS1.u.st : ; GITTENS & MESSING 4.4. .

II?s Port ornii." <- wont'er.Streets I --. ., '. local store. : : : : : : .
; :
i i
", aeru"I I !' : Fish .
I I Ir rid d. MU'I I h.. \I1:1' I Iti3. I IUtnr41 and Pavements: t'e Most B..8.....aI.ISgl.I (s)\ Freh _ :
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.. -- ; tUr.uii.li, ti..1iaf !. and Best. :: McDonald's Boat Yard : \,;;-' C f7 Clams .
str..tu ..1
": t1141 Arehiteit of the I":.... ', : Lstaulshed! ! bll3 I :
' flfltilt 1(5 I" [ Why : and Rose Bay Oysters \ V/atch for them your r .1.1I 1-.1 may :
CHAS M t McDONALD Picpnrtor :
ri of t h. I chos t to y've: Daytona the iu- t : :: .

is old I ..t.'I: i : \ mira1' > : >- :.. : ;'ietuiesque L: t-' ."., : Ra.lwats! Coats Built Repa.red : : :'olar;.rt on Sou'h Beech! Street a
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III .-vturutsl" to I ''s. tt :'. 'its of the SK'I 1' : and Housed : Phone 5 Prompt Delivery ; next : J
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r was advised not to attempt; to make fUI iier annoyance and the loof

FLORIDA ''if ALL TIIUAVI I the trip but he took a chance and valuable time and also. saved: the I PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA I
I was successful although it was rather faker the loss. of his time not so \al-
slow l going and at times the car uable.
oftp SMYRNA is situated fif
I ,i plowed its way thioush mud and This tourist season, sit a rt'Sl11t.j HOWEAND I NEW miles south of Daytona ORANGESIf
STETSON I TO DAYTONA '$,ash up to the axl s. Tampa has been and is an ideal spot reached you .want the
of .
I" i LT I Tney experienced some difficulty from the visitaticrs! of this class., I from Daytona by a hard surface road v .6I..t Orange
UNIVERSITY 1I npplv at
at.cc ; : in making headway leaving Savannah They have passed the word: aroui.d CURRIERFLORIDA I,picturesque Point Grove
DsLAND FLA )I I as frequent: sops were nects-: that the city is a hard propositionor backto
Four With
Uol1t'gt'1i and its ancient ruins dating
Technical Schools.6 r INAN AUTO. : sdrj at bridge: crossings. In several them and consequently they hategiven a time when the history of man forthrRrdtnndlndianRlvlrtrange-.
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tgnearly Equipment$itt,00e cost.d Hot baths, Hooper's Barber Shop. places; Georgia convicts were engaged Tampa: a wide berth. However! LANDS runneth not, interlaced with wiresof the Ix-tt. in the
Endowment *OM -- I in repairing bridges and in, one or two such schemers ha\e appeared !- NI tW: t+:\n _\ \ the modern telegraph and telephone slat.
the Faculty of 4V Pro- I'1. dill' its miles of shell streets as Grove situated 11 m.
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in but feseors non.-and Hectarlan Christian]nItructora. !. held Christian Sunday Science morning services at the Palmetto will be MAKES S TRIP FROM l NEW N YORK one out of instance the machine McCorkle nad assisted: jumped: the ing to in receive the city the and.indorsement although fail-of M. LEIDERSDORF arched hard and by smooth hoary as forest a floor giants and over-that I Sm from the>Da rna Daytona>Road.tona-N.on w

con For Tt'&t"blng. Club house at 11 o'clock; Wednesday men in placing logs and timber the board of trade committee', they: Resident Agent grew in stately grandeur during the Prices Moderate
address information: evening meetings at 7:30::: ; week I TO LOOK OVER THE COUNTRY. across .the bridge so they tould pass; hate gone ahead and endeavored to Town and lapse of bygone centuries New I FERD
of Lincoln P.b. Hulley, ly lesson spirit. over. "rope in" the gullible! business man. Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNProprietor ,
ire L L.: Llt'-.1J D. ? I Leaving Darren: they arrived in The business man who patronizessuch Property and rest.
d 'PnIlldpn'J. Brunswick in time for dinner and schemes throws what Influencehe 4 \
I PARTY STOPS OVER NIGHT HERE All nature here is very inviting to
ow Phone 2S will call for your cleanIng left immediately for the
Jacksonville possesses against efforts of the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
eping- and pressing, tf BURNETT. AND LEAVES THIS MORNING as there were anxious to get there the board of trade to protect the people too is to be found the best fishing and
J. W. PERKINS I I. S. HALEY I L f Y YGeneral
before dark as the roads are not of Tampa from such worthless expenditures hunting in the state of Florida. "
FOR TRIP DOWN COAST TO
I i Mrs. William Wetherell Jr.. and properly marked or distinguishable ate; of money. If one; such fa ,
children of Holly Hill went Xe- The people are thrifty, the business -
tea to MIAMI. night for drivers who unfamiliar ker
are comes here and prospers, he will '
Attorney andCounsdlor oga Friday afternoon ito: visit her I Hardwareand men enterprising, and all unite r' f'
the with the surrounding country. give out his experience the scheming I i ;
vtr Blister, Mrs. J. W. Perdue and family Having made Ithe entire: trip from: The paslwjenjoyed the trip immensely fraternity will restore Tampa tQ in extending the welcome hand of -,

oat; at Law until Sunday evening./! : New York to Daytona in a 30-50; I I and saw: a great deal more its list and we will have another Builder's hospitality to strangers. There are jI'
five church edifices for white : .
ith horsepower Packard automobile, a of the county than wou'd be possible flock here. peopleand i if
lay "Now Is the time for planting parity composed of :Mrs. E. F. Wal I traveling by train. The car is in! Business f men ought to stand by Supplies, an equal number for the colored k
of wm Practlu and InState Cherry Laurel live fence Box 85. lace. Mrs. J. H. Wallace. Mrs. J. F.I excel!en- co -diti1. no:,thstanding: the agreement made in this matter Furnitureand population; the town has an excellent f i

ngs Federal ._ 46-12t Sullh'an.Irs.. T. H. Clark and C. i the hard service it has endured and| and ought to require the Indorsementof high school. a splendid public iI I
Courts McCorkle: arrived here Friday only had one punctured tire during the board of trade committee: before UndertakingNew library, aad up-to-date bnsiness .. I j
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at t D. D. Rogers returned yesterday I night and left Saturday: morning for the entire trip which :;s quite re- permitting the advertising faker I houses. f

try DJI..L. FLA irom a several days visit: on Merrltts Miami. markablecons idering the hundreds of even to take up their time,-Tampa SmyrnaTHE I There are any number of pretty I jJ j--
five Island where he had been engagedIn None of the party has ever before miles traversed over :the rough and Times. homes for the permanent population, J !,
measuring up the work In the visited Daytona tc'XCE.tIrs.: E. stony roads. The party will re I which numbers close to 2,000. and .
the on WRIGHTINSURANCE canal being cut across. the island. Wallace, who was here for a shoiii turn to New York in their machine, ............................ some very fine winter residences. STATMIAm A T t I'I '

[ time :31 years ago. The younger going by the way of Jacksonville and i I ( OCEAN I HOUSE There are good hotels and boarding Ufo" I
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ATTENTION !
'Launch Zuza for charter for women are all personal friends cf Atlanta and the proposed New York j OMRSL I houses where you can find accommodations j! III
ted are fishing parties. Apply Seminole ho- :Mrs. W. W. Hilyard, with whom and AKlaLta: highway. .:. F. W. SAMS to meet your requirements. I I NEW SMYRNA S j I

Ter AGENCY i P Itel. r,6 s m w s they attended school, and while in \\ hen about to replace: your *0 i'ItIPltlKTt'R. I : t Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a I I JOHN: T. HAMMOND .
i Daytona the party remained as guests : wlrnl\JtTIHE investigate: section of vegetable land as can be IV. tMfntIJLO
put -- Miss Harriet Broderick. who has I iJthe Prince George.: Theere A SUGGESTION fOR DAYTONA I A .. the merits of *. Rates: found anywhere. This land has been L.C:(1R..hllrTransacts INNING! t

ors. DeLand, Florida been In the city for the past' two all delighted with the city and unanimous : $3.00 per Day divided into small farms which can
.esnty.. months departed Friday afternoonfor I in the opinion thai Daytona: : FOR THE BOARD OF TRADE.{ I |i FISK WRAPPED D TREAD TIRES 1 1t : Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Someof I a -

her home in Monrteal Canada. i is //the prettiest place on the map. : Week the finest celery grown in the state General
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<> tit ail rima if nude for
eats
OLDESTLAROEST Hiss Brodertek was accompanied to j They: anticipate a hard trip to . raised this land. All other Banking
I : l ioridaroadsShellresi! ting K\: II. lit II Ullt 1111: is on vege-
anhts St. Augustine and Jacksonville by i Miami, but hope (Ito reach their: destination SOMETHING THAT HAS BEEN ACCOMPLISHED : Hinl Ki-liin.:: tables grow in abundance and here, Business
Dr. and Mrs. Neville! II. Clark who without mishap. They wil I w. s. MCGREGOR \ : Per Cent
FOR TAMPA BY Agent :M'XVMMtNA: : too, is the home of the famous Indian 4 H
ed and BEST will return Sunday nigIlt..Dr. spend> a short time in I VULCANIZER River oranges. .
ping pant/ of the state and then return to THE CIVIC ORGANIZATION IN : : ,
Cottage Ave. Repairs that HOLD I
J. C Herman Osteopath. 20 Daytona for andler"siit before i -- ----
F that For Florida s: Volusii A\e., Daytona Phone 40. tf starting cn the return trip l '!to New I THAT CITY. '! .......................... : '1 ;.1,

n- Ii t: York. I Nothing! has had a more: bt'llt'fil"ialerfe.t ......................... ......... .................
ethFARMS 1t Miss Mattie White of Salem Ind..I The party left New York January in protecting Tampa buinesmen ............................ p

tis GROVES who Is visiting her uncle and aunt, !."' with fair weather: and excellent! : from the designs of tho'e who : R. H. MCDONALD : r.,
lies, TIMBER or Jlr. and Mrs. J. D. peacock: at their roads.; They made good time and live by their wits than the campaiun1; j The Joseph Zapf Co.
tho' TRUCK home in Kingston was in Daytona traveled during t he day stopping adopted last year by the board of : MEATS i .
26 years ago and had not visited the over in the cities enrotne' at iiihu. trade against advertising fakirs. .
LAND ? JACKSONVILLE. FLA. .
ten Send for Bargain city until her arrival recently. It is. They followed the automobile blue The board of trade it will be ivmembeml. ',: : Florida and Western : .

hich Sheet to.TUf needless to say Miss White sects book course via Philadelphia. liar- appointed a committee on i The Choicest Steaks and ** Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor :
shed much change in the place, it fact it ri.hurg.hington; and down the advertising schemes, and -ohtd : : :
ostpub GOULD.WOOllfN drew Richard Wingard Thursday, Jan national pike to Staur.
that time there was merely a necleus they encountered: the roughest roadsof ie any advertising scheme not endorsed .
CO I T,1.-phone IK whit you want in,l \*>* Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer :
of the present cJty and the buildings the entire trip. after: :Invet-t'gation.'! by this : wtll"IIlI'u\-or to ...,. that! you gt It. J :
nd i'iLANii, 'LA, s and locations now familiar to her In crowing the Blue Ridge mountain -I committee. I'honl'ir:! 4 t Special attention is called to the :
ittle are few and far between. and the many hills in Virginia, Placards were posted in offke of I
t MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT.
the fair weather which Prevailed had i the members: of the board and when : POULTRY :
ray I t .
THE Beach cottages, fully furnished melted the snow making the roads I I the glib-tongued faker made h::s: appearance *
the '
s totoric I low rent north Hotel: Clarendon. Ap mtiremely\ sluggish and hard on I:' without the required creden- : Tin-tt.'r i:chiiuou trli'ryouI.ar.yourordrrtillIM \ ln\. -., of :j.: .ttln:; : Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. :
GORDON ply Cherokee cottage opp. windmill.: automobiles for hill climbing. :MrJMiCorkle. tials. he was (politely referred to thpplal'ard. ti 4.. olmu.-t. .
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drove : car tieclrtit: :
ater GARAGE I ..........................

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ClothingFurnishings you now a nice assortment of Hall I I ,

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sur-ted 1 1IELAi the rack in the hall instead of scattered on chairs and floors. l

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Four THE DAYTON t DAILY NEWS

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I II ................................................... THE DVfTONA DAILY NEWS 'Peninsula Varietyj NN NO HN 00 0 NON.ONNO

i. Published every evening except f on- ]
COME TO Store I !! WE SELL |
lay, from December 1 to April I, by Z

I THE GAZETTE-NEWS CO. DAYTONA EEACII xFLA. : Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of !

T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor.C. Exceptional Mon"'j-Mi\lng; 0
IANTHONY'Stand ;
: oils the
V ilaes In I lubricating on market.
S. HARRIS, City Editor. ..
Enamel 1 Ware I .
HARRY L. ROOD, Adv. Manager: .

I 1 GUO. F CROUCH. Superintendent.Entered Japanese China i WE REPAIR .
I be properly fitted.! Why be troubled with your I II as second class matter I Laces .

feetCear ANTHONY'S SHOES both for style : Automobiles of all makes and in condition. :
t December 1, 1910, at the po:toffice I Ribbons any Great
I and comfort. Ladies,' Mens'and I Children's, all i of 1 .
under Act .
Florida
at Daytona.
1 bster's Store ,
SiTes and widths. Opposite e Grocery .
March 3, 1S79 !1
I I Seabreeze Ave.

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i Anthony Bros. Seven Stores ......I'.............................................. Central Garage.
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I .. : Complete Machine Shop : :...NOi............o.e.............e.Ow........I 54
olofoee/s..........HM..............e.lte oll.1e.

t i I *....................................................* I Clarendon d Garage G g C to A REPAIRING COMPETENT OF ALL MACHINIST.KINDS BY :*. ... --. s1T >> -
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I By Rail and River i i t. OPPOSITE HOTEL CLARENDON SEABREEZE, FLA. .*. 1 Your Bread m 2 Minutes Gf/ & JL* *

AUTOMOBILES FOR l I "" j
: RENT. TrnnllnltuniF: :: : 'II:: .chautr. :

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ATLANTIC COAST LINE. :g ;;; ;;, ;;; ;;;,;;; ;;.,;' ;;;;;;;;; ;;i;;;,;,; e. ELECTRIC TOASTERS ,. .

1 JUST GOSSIP AUTOMOBILE e: AND IRONS 5so fS Ailsx.Stct

t $esf-Service to'the cast "J" .... .. _
BY TBE DDSSJPEB. 1 ) 1..r } }
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PiblseUQ Limitea. %Arrln-j04II'llIlnltlJ.RR' I S11CG .. ...... . J1 ain.u ... .............,...\.....h.\ "..'......... i ;1 > \\\ \\\ \\'>.\ \\\\ S \\- vh\<" \ bt.1an.. j.1
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I .-4 UJu-lII. . ... ...... . 'UII' DUES flap as
The first meeting of the new
) DAILY. Carrying through Coaches :: f"hllrl.toll...... ..... ...... ....;;, ( I I UAY4AEI withfinest ]
) E'ectricLighted Pullman Drawing Room 1 ichuiond : ::::::.::::: :;: :I.m'j::::: board of trade Friday eveninga6 a I I 1 J. B. GARRISON The Electrician. Phone 71a
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Dvuvn Cars. Jacfcsoavrtte( Co ., ,busy one and the civic boor Aas a I L 1
Steeptrs ', ........
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} New York aad Florida S eda1. Dally Except a un i, Liaie cks.onviile_......,........... 1.11\p.m. t/ONNNNNNNNNNNN l/111N lN/0
Ik.crtpttonotth/appulartratndeLuxe Hnvannah ............. ....... 5.xp.m.LoomPtateRoom.Mkrplnu.limningandLI I this session!' are acted upon and car- --
nil train consists ol Pullman \Irs.\ng Charlrt.ton........ .............. 'i 1 :
t brmry-Obeervatlon ('lIh. heated' 1. steam-. Arrive RichmondWavhlnnton......................... ried out. The organization is start- Sf ANDING ON fifGff GEAR BOND LUMBER COMPANY .Di

(quipped t'lththenrvrhlJh lighted throughout, -!-ped brakes by electricttf .and- ""It'Ion,,!,:."m ... ....... .. ...1 1 11.1! ing its career in the right spirit and Manufacturer of ..

I S tt kertb.brilliantly, sgrclal affording lights perfect wing comfort provided In)or writing r eh )\ :: '.0.\rn .fork Yh51Itt1rphllt1Adp.tn.. 1.1111. 1\.1\,, ,,.... .I *:&& t&ft den that ciotfixng for t&e, G fS fA a W fN sum :::1 I ROUGH aad DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER t ..

rJor reading at night. HX ,7Xh ASid HX. Sift p.m. good of the city is too big to be + Laths 5hi f JHcksonvllle' O.tSa.m. idea which -- I I ifttc.. Biul Yard l*: Kat: ('Ot Kallwnj nrul Untng.Arr. 0 .
i ii ,I Florida and West Indian Limited. //Leave., 1 tot.\\'annl\h..........,...... tlltp.m ; .tackled. The one big ..
( .at MACH\ CRANKED ON HIGH : Phone 83. R. J- MALE MaaafrrI .
iI .. August ".*)p.m- : faces the members of the board :i i .

!I. DAILY. Carrying Pu i) Through Coaches Room, | :: Ch fqct\mot\\t.rle('ton................ brtptTt.:i.Wt\.m.1 I this time is that some kind of n.erta.ivvmeit SPEED STARTS WITH A RUSK I:NON.11..............N ......................01i00lMN0000 .. Cozic
ElectricLighted man Drawing \ .. '" (\"ttttn........ ...... U(1.\\\.1 \. should be provided acid ]
Bleeping Cars Dining Cars. Jacksonvilleto BaltimoreW. .... ............ :? .
I Phllud..lpl1la..lt.'X p.m. that the city should be made attractive AND CRASHES INTO THE REAR \ ......... ... .
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New York. New York............. .. Ip.m. and f pleasant for the tour I .

Coast Line Florida Mail. Leave Jack"on vllle ............. 7J15p.in.ArrUe : )) Lsts who are now spending; the win OF STANDING RIG.Shortly I ..
i "HiiTannah.......... .......1'?iTi I .
j a.m. ter season here. FoIowiD: out this
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches ('harlrtton........ ....... fi.n5u.in. after'noon Friday G. H. I I White
.J ( Kichmond I... ............ sjii p.iit. idea arrangements have already been I I If i That Sewing :
and Electric-Lighted: Drawing Room \Vishljicton... . .. ..ll,1"|>.in. I I Post, a guest of the Ivy Lane Inn. i iI .
'j Sleeping Cars. Jacksonville to Xew York.: ".. I'.Uthnor.-: ....:::,'.:..... l.Ma.iu.W. I : star..td for additional\ lighting; on I !B Th. t'rl
: i .... :!.K I serif of ent"r- stepped his :Maxwell !touring car ju:tnojth
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at Meal muttons. ( .. Plilliidelptilii Reach: street and a : PlKlli H.-ll.
Stops \. Vork......... .... .. ...Ilu.lII.Best ; .
.j Local Sleeper Jacksonville to Satannah. I tainments of fireworks wil!] bt provided of the entrance to the Halifax .

!, Trains to the West. one evening each week. This. .1 River Yacht Club house and on r*'- !I! Machine I Ii Io a.
ruing from that place: evidently torid. .
I 1,: Li hoped, will be a means of advertising
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: which will bring results as that he hat-I left the car on !: :!
"0. ft. South Atlantic Limited Xo. "" ..rlwd',, Montgomery Route :i''" I
!. 1' I I the tourists will be furnished wiLhi v'ar and rranki-d! it to a>raii of.: "l n:
II I .. i some kind of amusement; will! In- 'i machine r<-;fdt'd| xuth a jump .mi? .IOICIOKT
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I am Ar..Ittnnttl. .... ....IA Lv .:!: pin I ".;n IIIIII \r )1"lIt1"IJ..r (I.,, 1-11'11I$ pleased with their s.ay here and wi.l i I before Mr. I'c-t eoiild! s.'rUre e. 1.I 1.- yours were in your husband's fac-i,! .
I tnplI' Ar..L.ui.till.' "UIIIII I.btpni:! Ar. Hirllltlllhlllll. J. :1.11'11I .
I 1.05 ant \r . .Iudiinialltdi..I.r .IIIIIIII ;.tnl'lII Ar :\.h'IIIo. I." v.:!: .am.I want to come\ again, bringing their: I trol. it ran into a busy standing .1 t :
..I $U5pl1l ant Ar.Ar.... ..I'Ih'lnnltl. "'hiraga..l.y.J.,' 1"-lpm".III itul : .1.1111'11I.-111111I ,\r\r. \1111.1.t.lu111.1 I.... .. 1.\Lv'. :U.'pm:LIinrn7,1O ' friends with thew. With the prtsent short dtaiaiu-e. beyo'i-i!; the hors .'. : tory hefd use a Westinghouse Elec- I ..
I 11.3"1111Ir.. ...c.hkao..I., t\.:..111I1II good set of ofc..t'rs: and IH-I ina- I tiff"hod thereto beiiis; tiea to a palnu-! : .
I i neijw rommit.tt't at the he'd of tilt I to trt'Min th.> 11.1rka.e.:: The !bu-: .: i tric Sewing Machine Motor to run it. { .. r
/ O. P4. Dixie Flyer Route Xn.I..1". I No I':!. Seminole Limited XU. II:. : or a n i/.nil ion the future lo.ik) liriiht. and h.irn-.--; there I iM-iaily: stripped! 1
I ...... ... I I Why don't ? a
a 1- -- i I but .t Itt. officers and -oiumittees can !rom the hor,e, and c'l!u-:.i I'd s< !i ht you io g .
R.5 pm I., .. .JIIk".n'.I\l.: \ ... :\r--lnlll,I ",. p11I 1.Jnd.Oo4ln.. ,III.' \r SIG not I!, not U O all the w(irk. They must hat' d.' distance; down the -t-: < t t. tats whe-1 1.being 1. b +. q
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10.15 nil" I \r' \\'IC .1.\ :
pm 1'11I t'ro- 'Hint ,
..... ... I . .. . ., j ': crushed!. ill'r::.1.! tithervx: .
7 ((01111I Ar. \tlnlttll. Lv -111'11I' ::!ii Hill Ar \11"11\' 1.\ 1.:!: .aniR.45pinA'.lvau.ttllr. lie full ;up.port( and! help of even'm.'mbr
Ar.... .I'ht.! .sgo.! .. .I.y In t.1:1..1111I. +!epnt ll.ia11t 7.Iaum: \r\r .. .1ttrniinyhatn. ''hi.Ieu: .. t.v I., !4..i 1'.11'11I1.1.11IfI.t'Iam I of the i.('\\' l><>.inl and have d.tmiii-d' and '.h. h.in as lon TOpiece i It doesn't take a man to operate i ..
r 1.20an1 Ar..Mt.lend-. .... 1"1 "*...ipm : I ;.Maui .\r. !oIt. .olli.! .t.y i1.1. I teas I a right to expect that every businessman I -;, though: the horse escaptd in the motor; it is made for woman. ...
and business firm in Daytonaand : I
For Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or WriteA. I its suburb.- will put a shoulderto I jury.The owner of: the buggy, Mi'eKevtls : :: -, ; : Expensive to operate? Well hardly; :I ..

W. FRITOT. Division Pass. Agt. W. D. STARK Traveling Pass Agt.JACKSONVILLE. ; the wheel 1 and pu>h. 1 and hfe wife, who live out l ..

138 WEST BAY STREETSeminole - . - FLA. on the DeLand road were nearby: : I the current costs only a half cent an i ..
P i! iit the time: aqd immediately: accosted ;
Feb. 4 In American ti1Sltit l y. I he make hour. 1 1'I ae
Mr. Post asking that
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IS02-Dr. :Mark IIopkin; famous tnlucator. i ...a.isIs'
j! LimitedSOLID I Steamers U.S.A.Constitution i good the damage, which at fir! '''u; he
.AND born: died 1Ss. I
I agreed to do. as he was evidently at:
TRAIN 1840 The United States bank an institution .....
I fault and readily admitted so, bt:: i

Electric Lighted Throughout. : suspended chartered finally.by I'l'fmsyllnia. .- I Mr. revels asked $-', damages whuhMr. 'I I The Schantz Electric Ice I Ii a..

p15 CEN 1910 The Conn-<.ticut hatter l boycott ; I'o-tt thought t .I are now running betweenDAYTONA case decided III favor of the plaintiff i he was willing to pay Sit! >, but more .
with :lw\I'Ilor\ damages: againstthe :; than tha. Mr. Ilevel J might grt .1-.1het and Water Co. .
.1 I and individuals who instituted the I. he could. i i a.

boycott amounting: to S _"J/ioa Mr. Post lat r set n by1: i II'- .
PALM BEACH I wqs ....Dons.eoat+. a ooo aNaoect .s..os+ COO&oeom.tr.a.... .
4tpoPOAND hal Core! UltJ i p.i: d to :ippeir' :! }" N
--- i ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. ,1"1'i !'' Ia'llr: G h4>*1'I.UI !.- t:, ... n"I'ld!) .. Steam I IN
Leaving!! Daytona Saturdays and j (From noon today to noun tomorrow.! ; .,
barur
CHICAGO ST. LOUIS -\\t'r :to u t i i I a t.iiati it.
t, k Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. I Sun !sets ;::lug rises: 7;('l ; moon sets '! Ui- t.-ai't',; ,' tiI iia:1.r' '1'..,. 11.1": !fJ3 1tOOOQeooK 04"Q.aHO""a Q?'>I aoo.oacoo..,
11:11 p. m.: planet h'r'ury"isble( ;:
ALL POINTS BEYOND. bound South. 1'tl.i .1101).1) l Inui ani I Iii i;!r. !' .-t( t'/-,I "
<.il.. ...rat.ion t'n'|>III'1 in-nt ntul' sl! -. I". Leaving Palm Beach Saturdays 7:::o a in.. nuNn in conjutictkui with '" H:lily NV-.V.N tli.lt .-,. 'di 1'. ., i, : ftC
: Saturn parsing from west to east of Southern
Inyfiu- liiilixulti.il I.itti lulit: Ii. { Railway
Kccllmiii.' : i 'i' ..Iru.: I IMIIIn. tar. and Tuesdays at 9:00 a. m. the planet.: 1% degrees; north thereof.An \ (1 III! ,'i 16' 01 I 1".1: t'r ,1.1':; I
I 15\'. .1)11-1-I>Mlit.!. s::10( p'. |III.. bound North.REPUBLIC. Ii ,.1. i\au!). -..-.t.. !h\; .'l I':', ...'t t ..
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Ar.Ar. i st'h"'ill'"I.0111-:" r;:::!n', a.a.H.I m. ' :.... t ,. "" _' I'" '1, I -- ..1..- :ar v. ;i., h.,a.1! ,I -. II'i I h: Oil I : NORTH EAST \:\ WEST .
I ; . Oversight. : : Palntett0iSlt .
ForI I. >yau.u| i -.Ituou i all"i i.1::1. , .. .. .
'" a -i.Io'l fli' MIH '.t..olaiion '''t. t.t'ry I f" : .
I roiul tick' I. .ni.ic' -- \ Intent once made: a l bet that hecould .
II.I.I \vr\\' KI.i.': ,'a !.r \'. : OJ th" cityrd.i;:i":: .. : : .
1 KloiUlii I'M-. \-t. .I l.i,' .-011\ ill.'. Fl.\ ,. : eat ten apple dumplings; at one ..s.i
I 4 Fast Vestibule Trains 4 :
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. sitting; if the other party would
A ';! I ':.1 1: 1 I. t\\ I pay

::1:1i DAYTONA AND for the accompanying;: wine. After the I Tm going; !Not I.. wake Popular.Vin up when Ipet i ROM i 00.f....
GC aon ninth (lumpiimr.: however ho declared .
roc( ;D Dg ] ST. AUGUSTINE into utUi e." said the enthusiastic .
, himself beaten. Sadly lie regard: the Iitiiau.. .
youn;; iM
Early in Fiiruai\ .1 JACKSONVILL"The ] i ii
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The Attractive Way tenth dumpling-: which still reposed on "Well son." replied Senator S>rphnm. J .e
his plate. Shaking: his t finger at it. he : "an alarm chick may lie uvefui. .
McCOY BROTHERS i iTo ii i said': : "\h! If I'd knoun youM ilt. : lout it i : tU-U.-ts to c'r\-til Th-'lit. o.lun'la: 1 \ left over I'd have eaten you iirst." 1 ton Star.STEAMER Ocean Ii|
I r North and West lylil:: for lr..1.I. 1 1-.t'. Morrl-.it l Unity \. w't :"The: Southern's Southeastern Limited" 9:00: a. m. I a. are large

.......................... 1 "The Florida Limited" 8-05 vice ts adj
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I g South Atlantic Limited 'I "The Atlanta-Jacksonville Special" 8:50: p. .
STEAMERS I m'l .....51 ast
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V Leave Jacksonville 8:15 .
pm. i
A solid through train daily ; t Uncle Sam and : i SWAN I I -- \sbVi11e- I Ii

i t i For Cincinnati & Louisville 0 : Cherokee I: I Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars to Atlanta, .: Cincinnati, .. .r.....

Through electric lighted sleepersTo :. i I LENGTH 150 FEET-281 TONS. i i Chicago, Cleveland Colorado Springs Detroit, Louisville and New York. j jI .. THE
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i Indianapolis & Grand Rapids K' iK THK F1M"!'xTomoka .

t : i : With excellent accommodations and service lighted byelectricity I : Fresh ma'k
j .1 I SOUTHERN RAILWAY DINING CARS I Ii .
f Dixie Flyer : I and capacity for sixty cabin passengersis : e II .
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I ----- 0 now being betweenDAYTONA --
operated : .
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i l 0 Leaves Jacksonville 8:25 pm. 5
City Ticket Office. 108 West Bay Street. Jacksonville. Florida ] .i...1.I
I A solid through train daily
i River
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For ChicagoMontgomery e and I ,?, I \I II I 'K I: "I'I' I Ilrt --
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t II Route 0 : Every Tuesday. and Sat- J .I I PALM BEACH !I = ............... = ..

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( urday in Jantlar t --
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i iH iI ii it I Leaves Jacksonville pm. 0

I Drawing room sleeper daily :: .. . :. '' F. E. c. TIME I TABLE .. American

For Evansville & St. Louis 0o 'I I .
I and Intermediate Points. through the Picturesque Halifaxand IN EFFECT JAM'ARY v. I''H 0.

i Dining Cars on all trains INLET AND I Indian River Route. .... , S.
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address Leave Daytona Thursdays 8:00 a. m. I .. ..
full I
For particulars f. '
:7 .7 "n :u:: ;! :au a.s 4. :M'
i Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8:00 a. m.E.u .. I
T. WALKER, Fla. Pass. Agent
0 i NEW E SMYRNA i I II :ooa.a.o
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riLKF I S AND STATEROOM I :...: : t : .

>r 0 Louisville&NashvilleRailroad .. .. ; ; : '. I CIQ
H and Fn- ASK MR. FOSTER I : I .
Every :Monday( : : .. I I .\
1I I in I i
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t day January . 'j' AGT: 1 102 l' fAcii: Sf' DAY 1ON.-'\ 1 ---- -- -- ._-: .

118 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE Q 0 : Leaves: Ferry Dock at 9 a. 111. : :e I OPERATED BY THE GULF COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY \ !e T;:.i:-; :. ...

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I I Iic .' I.: HOTEL DESPLAND i tIJ In I TO HOLD HOTEL CLARENDON. !

NEWS OF THE HOTELS .
.. .. ... r" "R" SEABREEZE .
best kinds : ....
of :
1 0 Daytona. Florida r FLORIDA $
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et. fy i! NOW OPEN \ ---Ju SERVICES v OpPPHKG .

i QbtullHBrtnrwCSjjwsw Absolutely :
1 I \V. E l OrrMit.: 1 has: rt-ftrned: from I i.a. ?.M.

.. 1, L.1.. WAITE, Owner, and 'Manager. a.business: tr.p to. Chicago: and jo.r.- ffisSfiftiSaifczfcfc* ?sS* Fireproof :

hisvlf: : .- a;; the: Desp'and.j : NEXT \WEEK. i1j .

condition. : btI I i Greatly Enlarged. ;::Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all i Sow
I j S. Harding: of Allston. Ma-s.. i Open :
.! 9 Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern 0Convenience.
i i : ni: l L. !i. Etolton: of Milton, Mass.. I .

.. !: Send for Booklet. : are late arrivals at tbe Ridgewood. IIPSBAW LECTURE ML ;Ii Booking Offices. ..

s CONCERTS DAILY. : II i Seabreeze. Florida E. L. POTTER PresidentHotel *

age. : WalterV of New" York City: :latrprKg t ! Blackstone: Chicago

e ,Kuninu, r Addr'! -..": ATLANTIC H\lt.oI"' :. Narrne.in-tt IM' r. Hhml- !lai.a. : I ,- : at the Rfdgewood: while enjoying ATTENDED fRIDAY L NIGHT. : :s 11SO Broadway: Nw i York W. KENNEY.. Manager tTvtn .

.............H I :...................... .,.0e..e.NO+0'S.....0eN.N: I j : a change" from the cord: c iniiite i- .. ................... _.+....................+.........
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!! of the no.\h. II I III' NOTED LECTURER HELD AUDI
t.GCHa 0oooeoiOessatsO.c-O4' OM..HOeQ > Ot OS
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: : II' The" hearts party at the FJenaett ENCE SPELLBOUND FOR MORE Located t in t the 'Most Beautiful! o

last evening was a great success: ara t Qga nn Spot cn the HatfaxRiv er... .. 9
THE RIDGEWOOD i THAN AN HOUR AT THE DAYTONA j
i j the living room ringing with the mer- e JOHN J. McGUIRE Proprietor. |

rlinent: of the youngople.. ,
:I ;: THEATER. 0! riTE INVITE INSPECTION.I Rocms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better in |
E. D. LANGWORTHY
Proprietor.
f i Florida. Table: of the best of in Terms reasonable
| everything
.. season. as as
A party of the guests at the Des Will D. t"p:.haw .the n.reu; I ; ; 4
E\ { the service will permit given on application. Dec. 1st tc May 1st. Phone No, 112
TOASTERS NOW OPEN. i pland, including Louis X. Weber I gia editor and lecturer was; r.d! <> O
i I *...N.o5NNON .e... e4ooa55mt.e OG..MO
Miss Eames and Jlr. and Mrs. Gen- by 2oy or more of Daytona's 111 1 [i'r'.aand .
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IRONS : : ---- ----- --- -
All departments will be managed by white Northern help, i thner" enjoyed a motor' trip to De- I visitors at .the new Daytona Theater j....................... ......................... ..
t Laud Friday.Mr. I I last night who were attract' <. .

|k.nim V, sprint.1. IS-!: If(illrrt"on h. will ! selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white : there to hear this eloquent speaker J:: THE BENNETT |

t>-otllc* t.. (toi.* Mon and :Mrs. Louis Will and Mr.
help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : and find out what was under John' 0 n.-"TO\ .'-. ri. and Mrs. J. J. Gettman of Syracuse, Hat. .. ..w .>|"-ii. for tin thinl, .. H,OII und.-r" tin-, [Ii'-r:, man.-LI!: II."'lIt ot A 11. :alllE.\ ;. 0 I
f i with all the delicacies of the season, .cooked and served by the : N. Y., have arrived here for an indefinite The speaker soon dieclosed that 'I LANK., : |props. > tor'n' lUi: -t..n., '1'".. ,n.l: nn.-tt i flrM-fliioN, III"-\i r' pnrlii-ulur. Th'itnr .
t > ar. -I'oIlJ..n..r| tai-i'l \\bit inpio.M-o. a iii.Ml>'rii liniloiit i;"'iilitl lionifltki* 0ft
Phone 71 finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, : stay and: are stt ppn?: at I John's Hat covered the .id''al) citizen <. HtlllOoph-Tftllltt M In..ttort.ii! l I'>ll\tOl.; "> houlanl.; KI.I.ino.t"\: | a"'IIII"| '. 'C\ t"I1- .
: I 'niofuurto.: ,, ''. IIotl I wii, : I.l.. ups| II' oars month of April. .
the Ridge-wood. and the whole lecture was c. strong
NO Summer address Proprietor House Shelter Island N. -Y. <* Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages, Marblehead. Massachusetts. *
: Prospect
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l Mr. \\'. Miss appeal for better citizenship, breathing ] J................................................+0...
..................................................... andMrs. F. plumb. I j patriotism throughout and mak- ,: _
............ E. D. and J.
Jamb
Bradbury Duffy
;sin? an appeal for prohibition; at th" I.I' 14.....OO..0..5405.000 00 ..ONNN00.o500..OMNN.005
-- - - --- S. Lane made up a party which mo- !
same time. J
MPANYfLUMBER !
.........*..110.1015S1i0.145151.NU1.1..1.N.50.: tered taking over lunch from the Lake Rldgewood.: Eustis Friday: I' The lecture was interspersed: with i J.I THE PROSPECT i

: at just enough wit and humor to keepthe < '
THE PRINCE GEORGE
1 5 109 South Ave. j .
atee. audience in a pleasant state of j i Kidgewood I iH
.. !i. Stock : DAYTONA FLORIDAHilyard.'Holroyd.Proprietors : Recent arrivals at the Despland anticipation and there was no lack I 'I i 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office. i
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include H Harmon Toledo. 0; E A II Steam Heat.
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Av-
nge : of interest: up to .the very last. <
: : 31uth. Buffalo X YMr; and Mrs W P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor. -J
[ALBY Manager.IsbancTs o I Mr. Upshaw although a .southern ]r

....O_.....: E Col ton. Jacksonville; D A Dren- man and a democrat, is a strong advocate t.99999999999999999999999999999t <..NN.ONNN... tN 1 t
: Conceded: to be the best situated Hoteljin this section. : nan and Edith Drennan Blair. Spring of Negro education and believes i! .

: Two 'hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. : field.! 111.Judgp. in uplifting the race through 1:. ..................................................
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: Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : proper religious influence. ;t HOTEL SENECA JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. t
II. M. Granger and wife, of
Steam Heat Mr. Upshaw is a strong speaker: .:: i OKNKIC: ITV" vi. \SI\\"I-\S-IT-I.: : : JA
: Throughout. :: i Zanesville, Ohio who pent last winter .
lall'I
with excellent command of
: White Help in Dinind Room. 'Will.Remain Open until May 1st :I j at tie Ivy Lane Inn, have jut-t; I wage an and does not fear to slate :e] ENTIRELY NEW. ..

i 0 ., | arrived at that house for the balance Albert Bennett Proprietor C. R. Bennett, Manager
Q l'riiKorn": "' I'lrr ti! .-only InudlDj: in foI"\tOlm for !St. Aupu>tin. rid I things as he sees thfm. Following .: :
of the season. Theyere accompanied Nu-. I" ..." \i; "I'. ..... I \\" II. t ,,1,1pm, \ ,,. !I.
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: Palm Beac.il lout. Purtlruliirsiltti' |>lrin>ur>- : the Iecgure he called attention to :: t.u : ui uc "t r. t 1. :MII i III t. fI rdlb :
I \li< Ellen (I. !Hoss.I' .
i U by !s: his>> paper The Golden Age an undenominational : I: ..un. li''',.t. ..... \1, n'r! ,,.!!.!."iiI!. ..fi"l( :Mr. Foster *

ii I Same Management as THE BRISTOL Asbury Park. N. J. :I :Mr. and 11-:;. Wni. A. Glazier and I publicat'on i>6n- da" ,................................................... .

i ....10.101.1..5.1.1001.100001..5i0I1S1.si1C/...t ,. :iuht'r.;; Ali.-s l: Ilia1 a" cousins of I Atlanta.inien.iUn! Ga.of, retuain.nt and then annouw-d her1 thnmuhHit ; I;: ................................................00...
< Ceo.; A. Main arrived: Friday: at'te.-I \ :: .
( n"xt ve>'k. Hiving yiI4: ,'.l! '" TWM H H. MANWILLER. Proprietor )
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noun from EUUMtli: Tetin., and are NEtlT SEASIDE
.a(SI.101.1.10i1113uIIri..OOo1r 1 111 11 DAYTONA
... .Oa..I..e..3 lilt T-; j'' *!titation; of 1'asto- \ BEACH fLORIDA. t
fae-I. I> \\ : !h i .Mr. uid 1ltr. Ma.n: at th"ir

:: ..' .ti.. ou \,' <; tl.'.-nuit! : a1 t'llUt'. i Lincoln: AbriTrnnliU': : :and 1'1"(+ = ; : ThiN new .nut: NOcot! t :.,,, ::1-!% hotelis! itiNt been cl'lan.c.J: and nha'IIII1.-1! : ,

o THE NEW GABLES I ---_ i I'1N ti) spend I a ttik :nvani\:.>':< '>' o err the NCUNI-I 11 !910-11 I tc m.d: 11.. rcquiicinciits 01 it. <>r""allt"" )> ratronIFurn. ,\'. *

louse Elecor Z I: rirl: : .' -: i' t C;. I M I t 1 ii <;:' Atlanta. Ga.; serv'io. and has tun--tl; asid- \1:0: :ti': C .... Hc.it H'I.I t -d CoiJ .P.uI.N: Klcctric: : and Gas Lights\ Call BclN: :

: .!.U'l.ior: <.!' U.r Soitiieiu! !He'l Tele-: \\\IIA\ plaiiormxork to ;ac": -pt tat ::11\ ; : Rates 52 50;; pr Day and Upward. Weekly! Rates on Application Jt
[ to it. ito __ _ Daytona Fla I . . .. .
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I t p'loii.\ ' & T-'J-vrapli i Co.. is in the

s r, __w 4't' I NEW HOUSE: CENTRALLY : ,.':>' for a !>.\ days the t?!Mst itMr !j I AUhouuh tint an! ..r.la ne.i lu-!:. :. i r ..........................+...a................... ..e tt

i : .f. ; ..' LOCATED. EVERY MODERN s : i i tL s prominent! man and e.inus;;; i :ia:> .
andU L> Heiiford: Ie.ua o.lo
Ii. 'i CONVENIENCE AND : mail has conducted imvtings ..( :.. ..o.:.0.0...o.0..o+e..0..e.es...s.0.O.e.a....t S.C.O.crt tt1.J
: i; ff' COMFORT .. .. .. Orange a\enue. Mr. tlo'd.t; is oui.
t : tiB fI 1I.U i.- v to Ii.'est., !:larkaL e pt.At-r and: iie. intiiiig S-u':. :

operate i ior i i' ;. : Steam Heal Throughout I ay -- :: (!:iy morning he w 11 be hoard \\ t:' 5o\ nTh I vane Inn" 'V

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Uaytoia
a : ueiight by the pHt.y.tof : : a-
i'm. I :Mr. and Mrs. lie* nte L Griffin: o .

woman. i : I !n.! v.t DIM':: t '' S. H. MOSELEY" s Itivhinoiid! Hill !I..on; Island. who j, vicinity.; l'llt'ill\\ :J A High. Gale House, catering: to the n.cst particular! people Central location. T t .
!j Mr. v. .11: :>: ':.ok Sumiiy: ,;' (
ellt hardly I Proprietor .,hate lu t !i .-.!kIHlirJa/ polt'on ot'j : i *
j S3 CO and Si.CO; S17..,O and
; : .. i ternoon at :; o' -olk: : atV...a..,: > Y: per' day- higher per week. t to
; [jlifir honeyimK.n at .he esplaid.
:
aU cent anIce i .: 1' .'" wu .n .s.,. .,j &'.\1'I11I..1"II.Th..u..allIJllIfI'l.rk, S. ,Y.. during Minntitol: It-it 1'riday fr the lower East Coast I () rhOll"'''''. Seabreeze.: I Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor d i

1:11: I, Iwrv they will spend some t'me 1 b.- : -- 0.N....0...O.5...5.s.S511.S.0...5..H......0.o.sN (
1 Why He Wanted, References.! .
i ..................101.1..0.010..1.101.15/50101.0 torn \reurninj; ; to their home in the !! .At a credit HK'ii's! liner one of the --- ------ -
north. i ...0....eeeoe..* 5 N5..005.NN 5ONO.0...540.5505F.
I veterans t..id tlc! story: "In tiiv! I riv.vp

. .. ... I struction dtra! :lUll from a Xli i"-: H. PL KD1 I Prop. j fDattuua t ,
0 0155 51 15 1501 1
I 1.......1sU11 1 1010 10 : I R'-ctnt arrivals at the Ivy I LamIin THE SEVILLE
a s>lI'I.l valley h.\u cane to our >x\ >u>ru I -- Honda P t
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I : W E Wheeler wife an,! I
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ric 1 house sue day. XVe had "sjlil! haw l I. Ii

1 I : THE HAMILTONNew : il.umliUT. .VlinQfa|>o&>; llr and MisJ j fore iu a small way, and Lie alua.vItiikl. >> GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON. i, .

v: ( II Going. Chicago,; ; Prof and Mrs lie hall enlarged his luis iube -,<. ., Surrounlcd! SJ-.KMOUN. Cirounds.. MI the most delihttul! fart ...t the City I IIII
I i X I It>> Harris. Evaii.-ton. HI Mrs : and FirstJCIass ; t<>ld U.!;. lull unttutl: ( a l-i:.::--r i: It' receive: c HI : everycoiiiiort
.. : i I IN-ver.: Mr und Mrs J S Luthy. ('h'I '" ttian usual but tn-fure: making; II' -" : and \onv--iiiciice. tl.at a /..II: regulated lot.I.t: 'i. 'ci' to II.. publii.M4oN i

. 0 : ------ Sr ''I I (.mo; Mrs :,: :,-hnr) Mrs Haton, (Y Iectiuii.4' he wnistwl!!! II'< t t" ate jl\'\ :, t 1'1 i terenec .. .. eeoC..eoe.eooo .!ABSOC.5 D9.106w5 '

199499999999999is + C i: .i.ir U-jpi.N.! I ; .Mrs fT Ko-':, ''. We e.\i'v'! >'t.t<\ Mir'i.-' ;' r
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-. : Steam Heat Hlcctric Linhts Electric Bells 5 ,. ...'.rk. Pa. sunk an unl.t.i.-t'-: .:lId.. !..t'said. t a01OE'f/C/tllf' .14QtiCsd6tOSOCoYcRo/O1t01.Edt .ietisPcn.tlbEo

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a.e.ooe1way..., : Elegant k()()nt.;. with \\ithout Baths : ; \11101' ''; i i-; t r't:!:t .1\: : I: ., t.o': ; !in with i...'. ":101 i I ii- \ --. :! The Cleveland I ...,." c. ," '. L'. "!! .., 1 .' 'c; *

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: MRS. I. M. MAWiliTTE", Proprietor t i I. Ca;; ; >' 1 M'! > 1 U \ l :>-.II."s .!.. /0Ztrart3'Fle/Dl94if1Alit"31iDIeQtt{ 3inga7u T10.TLI5Oapl t ttl s !
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and in si\iy: .: ::> I- -I 1 I-I. .! : '\ 'C CCd'S15.aeie3'QChr+JI.rJOfll :c ,Ge>>c : fld:9T ei .1 i it
\' : : Palmetto Avenue i U VVTON \. I n.OKlDA) s I \: .-- M.! M! Stv. : I't- \ louldut c"i 110': <'t .1 ..I1.!- l..ir. lu.later .. ) :
: 1'I:.... M.i. > .\ Ha.Mi.s. ..Liftijr. i I I IJ i ii
I mot ti! % i.i.nt+ I 1'1"f: M-jn-i! :; 1 THE AUSTIN

S .....10/01/01500/0..01001f11010fiO10./101.101015.1 ..: : t: ': Ph :i.-.h.a-!| ; tf-; .. tl: s..-'t.vXfvv --, : told him we Maul! : !", "-tt': rwn u',!. ! :

Daily == 4 S _. Yo.-k: : : Mr and -Mn! I* I' Lid oar kws. 'Hut111 \"u j.'"?a'4. :,'
.. -- - -- -- - I J OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA FLORIDA i
-- -- ':'. Mi.-v: Samokiu. .1' Mrs I rctVtvi,
Lt'adt-r a&kt.'d.'It
> <1; : dJ xou waut ( ;:; 1 I II Ii Ii

i ... .............K..a..................10SCHMIDT'S ..I : i. II Smith X"tv York. as to our credit' ''Well \"\\ "\1'. < .= G. S S\\\: \J'rq| mtor, u

: I I Answered. '\xaut.-d; ". -ku'.xv if \ "-'accralJ : Electric Lights and Cai! Eels! Steam Heat Hoi and Curd Water i is
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1 : HOTEL : ,i A j I'r'l ;rf>si\e! bridge and Live huii- stand it.--Excttane.: :; .
L ]J I t I ..sN0 N iN....ty5.00.i0...5.545t15si/5455...ooec.-.a.
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: Henry Schmidt Proprietor. Daytona Florida ; *>! the KidSf.
7:40: a. m. i : Situated on the bank o! the H.alaRaver.: one nixie trom AlUuUc I sevt-n tables being/ (Menpied in aI.I I' la I'erak iu the Malay i eiiinula. e N 05S"o S""""05""55@0"54 555455ss5054505 Qg 'Ki

0 Ocean. It has fifty rooms sjugle. en suite or with bath. Sleeping!!: roams : ,1 lawyers niid u,' bu*iuess. fur a I!j",:ii:' :
9.00: a. m. I are large airy, and nearly all have snsiny etpo: ...; trc. The uisiuc and service I \vtji) the bridge tables in one i. titof { :' fi'll form tlf trial by. ordeal dvcid> u.lditputts .i MI h S. D. J C C.\1MINLJS.1;
[ THE PINES
: is admirable. Kites, $3X)0) per day aud up. Special rates tor laimlies : the nous-- and the five hundred :! '
8:05: p. m. S In place uf the 1 It-gal I pnntitioutr : I
on application. I I table in another. At bridge!; the I
: :; the pleader is a native b"v.. Ij !I.-. An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct $
8:50: p. m. I Ivallc. std....................1.01.1..OidQ..1.W.I.IIIISI05150 i: i laJlt>:; print was won by Miss AIdrd i[ is asfrlrm: tu i-ue or the other! : t.pf, the! : I of the i
1 i I l.awrt'lll't.Ial'il': and the ; i supervision proprietress. f
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turn's pri/e !I.y> I... O. Smith of IMi:: which U staled the pleading: i-f tLiI : 338 South t Ridgewood i Avenue, DAYTONA FLORIDA

i iIlle !I .tcMphm.! At live bundre.) the lad'e'' 'ersoa or part' thom he npn'iitv.' : . S.trv., r r-- ,. .c, '! r ,. w M.ttnt, ha, Aihu t !'trk N JThe i
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and New York. : MAGNOLIA 113 outhjRi: THE
i I LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. ; J'It.ladellhla.! and th" gentlf-int-i.-' ty aid of u l bauibvo |'<>!'o the lu-.uls t'f i

iI I l I'?"It' l b y .Mr Wolf: t':' I."t? -hurl:. The! the two lot)y* are submerged;: at tinfcatiie -
: Fresh and fruit on the place. Furnace heat.I.RATES: $2 CO per '
.k, vegetables
IG CARS I : :, ''i-ulne: party at. th- laid wOt! w : 1 tirnv. Ity >gm"i ug the >;.t!..'> WillmerLoellcut The OSBORNEA. .
: day and up; $12.00 per week anJfup.: I .. they are euablI l to remain uu.lt.:1' .i I
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OSBORNE.
tir fur quite awhile after their uati.rit I'rop Ii
: MRS. CELESTE HINKS. Proprietress. .I : 11.: Com''rt"r-Ic! R"'m, Roofns ModernCunveurtuces
1 '' inclination w..ud: br.ng;. theui to :itlie : Only i

Florida ..........1.10151.101.11001051.1../5/510/510/5/ - surface, but at !utu*- of them sfyvIn ; Table SOc.. 7S, aud $1 00 j-er day r. 1
[sonvillc Rates Moderate $2 SO to 6.00 week
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t: t l- TTIT.i THE IVY LANE I INN. conies to the air. He is iii.iiediaiisetzttl. : ry! 312 So Palmetto Ave Daytoia. Fla 4

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I ; Wednesday evening of tho' ;pr..c0 i The other lad: i is !10,1 ashoiv.! I ItcLe 1'':+ --- I 4,

19999999999Lll THE IMPROVED ; '-it! week :1:i: The Ivy lane' Inn *it> oiiened. :and the documenttaineil : <' 'u- .................................................... ,

[ .:.vt-n up :.- a s.-t unit' party. All th'M therein statuN: ; thedet-i-iori! ! !In .
CITYHOTEL; : : HARLAN THESES; Lake Helen Fa.! :
..:; >ts t.-X l i'.i-t' : and made ii a ir'atn ; the aw. ,

DAYTONA. FLORIDA. ..I j -;\ ,-, v.-s. '!,".1 }1';; b' l'r the 1 1I UJt"tI.\ .-- I It Defends. : 11': """ '" '.'. II, : 1
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0 American Plan Always open New Ownership Good Service and Management :I, I.' r l'ul ''t.:1": : : \ \xoti by Irs! "rl" y.ui Tiii\!! I .t t [ii;1. -!h!"--.1' : t 1 ikWife -- : \ . ..\ .,,:,,'t. :':.':,', : "' : \\t I
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Management H. C. F. DOH M. : \ If! ,. : '. :> t tI.! p!,'.! S !!' !l.:> I'Uiix.: ::1--t : : -' -1 I '. : ic: M.. . '. t

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': IMITATION DANCE I AT SCOTCH PARTY FRIDAYAT A WEDDING OF INTEREST !I I[ ORMOND-ON-THE-HALIFAX, I ONE SPECIAContinuj

iJ&mWrt.f\; d:1. ( ,,", I BIDE-A-WEE COTTAGE.Mr. TO MANY DAYTONIANS. l

. and Mrs.VUIiarn M. Shaffnerand Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Yarbor- ORMOND Is I 5 miles -
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tkiro1A lira nor .-'-: THE P PALMETTO CLUB 1 noithof Daytona, trop Itl with Dle 11ORMOND
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.,- Mrs. Frink entertained; at their oush announce the marriage of their located on the west

-- _- _- ,-..--r. .- ----__._-.-. .. Bide-a-1Vee cottage on the beach avery sister. Marguerite Flanders to Andrew ! hank of the Halifax ,
"-- ..... ---= ;--- =: - GIVEN BY MISS MARGARET I ; Wingardl: Jatuary River. The location a (
I i I delightful Scotch party on Friday Richard Thursday i iI : uf the town permitsof
Any persocontest ]
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DAYTONA SHIELDS IN HONOR OF HER i February :. the nineteenth, nineteen hundred good drainage and

CHAS. F. S ZABREEZE BEACH, two and enterprising and DAYTONA HOUSE GUEST, MISS JOSEPHINE ;i) Luach was sem-d at noon followed !-I and eleven, Tacoma, Washington. : elevation p.rf..et! sanitation Is: su-; VSKLi-c=-, their! Dom can In
the Hali- 4;
towns on :
progressive BEACH pt-rb and Ideal for ,
by card playing and afterwarda ':. 0111" the 'oiieerthem
BURGMANTHE fax Peninsula are geographicallyone PA. I but just: Ion did
PITTSBURG A
WILBERT OF The above announcement winter homes. cato out in and gl
although incorporated as sepa- reading by Mrs. Shaffner of "His th!
PHARMACY to' whit bridge con- IHIC"n. ?.ou'll
interest ; rind
will be of .
The towns I received here hAll
par- uthr oa
rate allel municipalities.the peninsula north and south Among the most delightful of the I Coming" recitations: in Scotch dialect many people of this city and vicinity,i .;. cti Ormond.with Th.. \\..rI.. hll rise way ) a 'r
REAL for distance of from three and one- James F. Dobbin social events of the past; week was by Robert Young and John with both the 'rinond Beach.Many :. A h.. r. 1IC1 ..ut-h cooiurtnhi
a {I j who were acquainted I : fln* homes I I. the rid!
Proprietor winter r
-. half to four miles, and extend east BEACH .(the dance: given last night at the Young, Mrs. Hinks and Mrs. Bates. (I and Mrs. Yarborough.'I i ,"IIIP wrounlsarlie ,
ESTATE of DAYTONA bride and Mr. ir" maintained on 'i nont!n. ts:
and west from the snrging seas Palmetto Club house on Orange avenue An afternoon long to be remembered side of the ,lid: Hie horc of
Usually redetl here prior to their removal ith-T I Ih'' linlllnx.I .
Ocean to the Halifax Everything j who the owl"
MAN the Atlantic I First by Miss Margaret Shields in of them I I"",
I River, the beautiful tide water Carried in a Store was spent by the following to Tacoma and have many 1\'r.11101t a "I"J\JRXA: contestThe
FOR that sets them apart from Class! Drug honor of her guest, Miss Josephine party: )Ir. and :-Irs. Burden. Mr. section. .urrounded by s.ubopleul -
stream friends in this and Da1o'Young
SEABREEZEDllUISOPEIi Daytona with which they have close Our PrescriptionDepartment Com- \Vilbert, of Pittsburg Pa., who is and Mrs. Robt. Young Mr. and Mr- .:- rubbery l flora, besides'tatty ,'.M.I. OX sDru D.
communion by means of three plete in every I spending: the season with Miss Charles Fengar Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
l Grumblers. |I II orange; and ': :Storerotes
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half-hour ferry RespectPhon1W ;
ROUSE bridges, as well as a Shields at her home on Volusia Brydea, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Johnson I I People who grumble in cloudy weath- vh-r citrus iralj L
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Phone 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are enue. J. E. Baldwin. Mesdames Dooley, er usually wear veil when the sun I I!'. I i 10, at P
essentially summer and winter resorts -j I Some sixteen or eighteen: couples: I Jackson and Bates and Mr. Scobey. 1 shines _. tC_ 1.1- 1 Ormond has: many who.0. ) be|
and are making hundreds of participated the young peope! Including -: i :'tiractionsexcel-I THORNTON
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BRANCHBt of DavronaOontestan
among those 'rat automobiltng 1 1 1 1ORMOND
friends every year I '
1 SONNTAG new who desire to escape the discomforting both visitors and residents, and j I -o,).l flahlng, safe ]
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and the dancing Wad continued until and
extremes of heat and cold i >o.ittng many right away
INVESTMENTCOMPANY their hotels and boarding housesare NICHOLSONFEED sometime after midnight. The program ! FREE] VOTING COUPON. I I pl.-iisjnt drives.. IK IX ANY WAYiNTIREMTED as a few dj
At Ormond Beach
now receiving splendid patron- AND LIVERY of 24 numbers consisted principally 1 : : !:

age from of tourists.the most discriminatingclass STABLEAllOrdfrtOlven of round dances mainly the I This i is a separate vote from the n uninatiup coupon. Asminv ii located Ormond the! Lirgelotel and IX OHMOXD PROPERTY: ORClRfOS them. LI!

with its marvelous two-step and waltz and the interimssion : .t, lesser! !sister the Prize.I
The ocean itself be : II> First
be seat in each week for each contestant as can BEACHHe
Desirable beach, hard as macadam and Prompt AttentionCareful was pleasantly passed in the' miy .;r-tton Inn. The Will Locations in smooth as a floor, is the greatest attraction Tlrl VPCIFanllltan'.ltb enjoyment of refreshments, sened in': collected.: vn T occupies a Hu..!ln..< Prompt Second Pr
I I although earth, air and sky H.U .. the dining room adjoining the main I 10 ill ton overlook1 AttenticnJAS.
any part of to have entered into a combi- 1 : Halifax:,and umbra O
SabrcczcOmece seem nation to enhance its every charm. room, which was tastefully decorat- : I _!'i Litter has: as Its I Third Pnzej

The beach is the famous automobilerace E. A. BRANCH j ed with palms and bamboo. Tuck- : This entitle .......... .............. ntloofc: the ma:,nl- tons Bui
coupon *................ ................... i .
1I course where every world's Real Estate Agent ere; orchestra furnished the music I! :rant beach and the CARNEllORMOXD [[ Fourth Prizing
r Evansville, made (ro-id Atlantic. .
been
: straight-away record has Bonch Cottages fOr the occa.Ql.; i{ I Des.k
Indiana and records it continues to i E"ild..s: the bro..d.ircooth FLA.Manufacturer .
I Seabreeze Florida and hold all without these rivalry u h>j daily I .................... ..........................................................to :25: rotes in i beach: th re of Fifth frigvalued
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The beach has a width of 300 to ] ST MARY'S CHURCH. ;r- many drives for Pure Home-Made I atj
500 feet and can be used from two :1 Service and sermon at 11 a. m.; J.!' The Gazews Popularity content.; This coupon nwt be in .trrkines and auto- GOAVA Sixth Pnzt
i L.Z. BURDICK before SELDEN'SDAYTONA M.O!>U"J around Orlonddrivs JELLY
after until two hours :
hours of Sunday school, I tl-I: ;; a. in.; service'I]I office br Friday.: P. M. of each week. i :; toand valued all
high tide, thus giving an average BEACH MARMALADES '
CONTRACTOR AND
and ;:00:: a. Music by Seventh Pri
i and BUILDER seven or eight hours for automobiling I sermon p. ; 'itro'lb jirov' of TROPiCAL
Ccttug a specialty some part of each day. Dry Goods, Shoes, i vested choir. The Hu Kev. William {)I. -- .olden! orun Estiruntes furnished Seabreeze and D.4yioia Beach each Men's Correct j Crane Gray, I). I). bishop of Southern [, 1ee'eeeee- I '.-:tevthrouirhtroporests : Special Attention to Eighth Pro

All Work tJuaranteed.. have a permanent population of ap- Wear.., from Florida! will preach a-t the eveniiig ', ,! ? to 5plni nlOHKl.T Fatally.w.Orders.. valued at I INineth
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I 1500. ordi- I :t. ruins; drive toanctrnt .
SeabreezeFlorida proximately Sanitary The i tMaslibInn. service.i All seats> free. Stranger -j NOMINATIONCOUPON.The IlillAHl 'rir.n Ft.1N.i : Priivalued
1 'sineAy
nances arc stn.l: ; enforced, streets I j ; i j t!11-f Uifil.; j
I and sidewalks ?.re veil" kept, and :, !j x \\t-k-ome. j jlii.Nhop I ". Imtlt by M.v.-es I \\--t.. Ind'a!: K\rx.':;l- I at:

V.C.GRANTPLUMBER new streets aie It.l1.;! opened as fast f ; Gray will nuke his usual v.s- I first one of these co-ipon s...nt in {IfI'h contestant I .<' planters of lon: Lout-ian.i tl !n-I'htrl..tun! l'ur.'hllSP. i Tenth Prlil
t as the increases; population Jemands. :' A. VAiEVORDontr tition at Grace church Port Orange, .."i. and drive> to E'I't<,.It Ion. ..'..L"111IlIOuxnr.Oft1" valued at I
I entitles them to i.< I' i N > fre rot-,*. Only one of these l'\UP ns pi-in.tatioii: of
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lkslI.l.s hotels and boardinghouses :, <* u-tor rn..r Monday at 7U::::1)> p. m.; Grace church ., 'liable settlers. Eleventh Pi)

\\Vatcr. steHin grid: thc.c is am.le, cottage acco- MASON WORK i i Xew Smyrna Tuesday: ;at 7:::o I p. m. 'j I I will be allowed to each contestant.I : A .r->',' places are ret v l lA ( as Fitting modaticn tote .:.li 'I'.:.1tt.r: visitor iu 01 All Kitul"PAYTOXA - with the tnter- \
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DAYTONA KKACH: All the ai.rav'hveucss, of Seabreezesppl.c I hll..W..IIi.. .nJo\I. le'. Berlioz the famous Trench eompetser : nominate Mr., Mrs or Miss......................................... ........ I ::-tit'-ind, nor. rs. ORANGESand f rs|
FLORil.1PINEHURST .
'ti of the mo t intln -
.. to Yhto:1 Beach, the two ( ; was made uii-sernble by his wife I ..... of th.-... a a at'u.'o t,

towns K-itr; v:> bimiUrlsituated.. ,': lie married Miss ::;mith=-oe. an actress. I I .................. .....of........................................State............. ... ...... :.: a.: it ions is at theM tiltU)'*.l, .
The devel. TI ii .,l Daytona Beach I .t. Grapefruit
; than himself. She .
fFITZGERALDILA many years younger |I I ulTCtV of the .11' $i a 111l'
IVnlniula.Drue has bccu fa';, _> phcuomiual as its & had prolonged fits of jealousy mil cal l !t .M'ax:I and knownMuundgrove. Best Grown rl i
sister cu t'.c noith, and each year temper, ruined him by her theatrical I as a candidate in The Goxette-Xetre contest. .. It .iutt |
Beach ;iroon Ht. \UUJtin" \ *.tr ;iniit o|
Daytona there is a &ub:.!.*u.ial growth. The i| ventures and finally fell from a carriage : 1-0:1 of the lln>-.-. AuioniobilDKout
Modern I'onvenlene.s. I ; sRS >< t!h,- !I.> :MliesXurthof h t.ti i tl(
.- Kutesllensonuble. great Sand ctno have been leveled ] and broke her leg: thus ending o.- :.h 4 urovson .

and kn !so.n" homes have been ,I her artistic career. Uerlioz bore with | i Nominated l lIy.... .............. ............. ....... ....... ... ............. Kt: .V.t. of Tiori- lb'TF'L:;: OH.t.IXD ,I
Mrs. Proprietor V.'. H. Freeman built for bo'h winter and all-year- I' I Daytona, Fla. I her in patience until she finally !left | : : iir'tv- i =tad"!urrounding9tiiundrove until very r'I..1
Knox
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occupancy. him. lIe was a tall man. of stern ; is on

- aspect and very (li nifil'll. In spite of : of ....... ......................................................State............... ... ........ .:J' I Ihtytont-slut: : Eked Company;
his immense inusicnl abilities as a | A.'..'ii'.iii'- roa 1. nt.\.f"\V -totfice I
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i composer lie could play nn instrument i; ; While it i is< not necessary that a coupon be used. it will facilitate -
i.I i.I i.I i.t hpii.. Promptly executed at I except the guitar and that very badly. I I ,
I : matters to send one for each contestant. filler no circumstances -
I Fine Job Printing ; Almost Irresistible. j I I'' will the nominator" be divulged.The ex I
Gazette News Office. name
: !t; : r.ri-zps -\ "hat do you consider among | ; J Job b Printing P at I. .
t I I''! tt'tIit.r; of trnipt.ilioiisV Springs ( ;la/elte-N'ews: Contest Manager. ; : I nk. UtkitLi

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reserve the right to raise them '.,'

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THE DAYTONA DAILY "EWS
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TERM. PRICE. VOTES. J and Airs. Frank dark f nd the r ............... . :
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;, ONE i 1 year . . . $ 1.50 . . . 5,000 i friends Air. and Airs. George Darby, :

I .i 2 years . . . 3.00. .. . 12ZOO who recently joined: them- from BARGAIN

i tone miles, ')rop In With meatORMOND BE GIVEN AM. 3 years .. . . 4.50. . . 20OfJOt SeabreezeNews Georgetown, Ohio. $900---A :

e west J -t years . .. .. 6.00. . . 30,000a I. I' N. H. Larry and family of Cham- i .
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taufazallon years . . . 7.50. . . 40.000 II paipn.: II]., have rented and are now' Y J

L*-I (Continued from first page) 10 years . . . 1.00.; . 100,000 I I occupying the Oliver cottage on the :

ermitsgeand : Any person desiring :to enter the I 23: years . . . 37.50:; . . 300,000 FT I I beach. Captain OUiver is 'at Palm I
i contest can either 'phone or mail Who Cannot Enter or Vote- "1 "Pr_. : Beach: engaged in the life sfv ing ser- : One story house of four rooms; plastered; porch; two I
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Is su- I & t ': their nomination to this office and No employe of the Gaze'te-News: SEABREEZE, Feb. 4.-Frank I P.o I \:ce. : well i j
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of land garden : splendid ;
spot
,.. manager will call upon i G. W. Darby of Ohio,, : acres ; 0 1
nl for I II 4I...- old log the contest cf immediate relative of theirs will LauhLn: who now has entire chars i Georgetown O
:1. A. .. 'lot to out in' did the : them and gladly hep! them in anyway I be allowed to enter this: contest as of the Sonnta:? lavesitmtnt Co.',; ;; on Monday purchased of IL F. Stewart : excellent place for poultry. Price $900. o !
e con.kd ulrrlca nr;you l l nnd 1
with I tit' thin.', J ': possible. a nominee or voter. business, has opened: his'; office: at : the beach cottage know!} as Se-: e '
Tht''orld has! eh,' : prospective contestants and i '. don Inn, adjoining the Oliver openy : .
/h. I hEne* no such -_ All Who May Enter- ; their former place of business: ;; on :' pi Y t
homes lortabl|, 'Intf'r COIU i their friends should send in titer Any white man, woman, boy or1 I Ii Ocean boulevard, next to \\l.l.ams" on the south. 0A .

ed on '"iinip lone; grounds the: khoiva'o't nominations! at once KO as to get II i girl of good repute is eligible: to store I I Air. and Airs. Herbert George an.I' i

of the the tlallinx."K I the benefit of an early start in the I enter this great popularity voting': C. P. Ourgman's handsome net friend Airs. Fred S. Down returned! : EDMONDSON & DONNELLY

t them I r.o : KlHHFRMAX.: contest. contest. Just send ia your name oaf: boat Southiand, will soon be in cem-!i Saturday from t'o'eeks' trip to ,

.y a Bul and'atdes>- The ballot boxes will be located at a nomination coupon to the coattfctj'I mission., Mr. George has chartere Cuba which included short seeps at I :........N.0.S....eo...o.e...ON ..o....e0.....ig.a+:

PALL ON : Young's Drug Store and Hankins'Dru management of the Gazette-Nens. '' the boat for its first excursion and Palm leaa,'h and 1iaQli.11'>
and and the first count of 'i Crown leaves this: week her rf-I .........U.B8..IOC... u
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from'
witiTK: TO gStore The Judges- I has invited a party of friends ......................1..'
[a fruit be made Friday: February I : turn to Denver, Colo., a'nd.11':\ aDd . r
; votes will The total count ofOtfS'will be i the Hotel Clarendon and Princess: I-:-. I .
I I MACONORMOND I 10. at o p. m. by the contest judges, !I made by a committee of three prominent -I sena 'to make the trip with him.A Airs. George will prolong their stay I II : The HANDPROPERTY : : Do you want to. buy or :

i manyexci who will be three prominent citizens business men who will be absolutely very elegant afternoon tea wa; until the first of April. I rent t property In
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jblllng. THORNTON I of Daytona. disinterested; pait'es. The com enjoyed by a party of .Michigan pee I Air. and Airs. Z. A. Ka:', winter : : :

ate Contestant: should begin work mittee will be announced later. pie Mre.; Church of Kalamazoo,I tourists have apartment: a* t." s Daytona? :: ,

many right away to secure the gold: wat'h Management I Mich., the hostess on Ocean boul< -I Smith cottage on Grandvit'* avenue! : I .
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es.Beach IK IN ANY WAYIN'TKKKBTED aa a few days' time may win to::" I For the purpose of making thi( I yard Saturday afternoon. Those eijoying -! for the season. : SILVER BEACH i. : We have the cheapest :
and the best
larged IN : them. contest a complete success) the Gazeute the hospitalities: :- of the occasion I John T. Crouch, who \\ visiting . o

| and ORMOND PROPERTY OR IN r r LIST OF PRIZES: I -News has signed, a contrac' I were Mr. and Mrs. Brook ', his sister, Airs. T. W.'favt'r and :: Extending from : : $7,500 buys one of the best residence : I I

tr, the OKMONI BKAOHHe t First Prize..One Chopin Upright with the New Method Contest com-I and Mr. and Mrs. Kessler: of Jackson.husband on the beach took regretful : : on Ridgewood Ave. Completely :

Theplea Will Glvt Your r Grand Piano valued at. . _U: O.Oo* I pang of Jacksonville, who make i a Mich., Mr 1 Wilbur of Kalamazoo, leave last Thursday on his'return to I .: River to Ocean furnished and located on :

(| rlooki.uiul a- uttiu-SK!' Prompt Second Prize. .Scholarship Columbia I specialty of conducting contests or i Mich., Mrs. McCortle of Marshal,I Ohio. Air. Crouch was'; deli;ht-d with .1 : corner lot. Call on .

AttentionJAS. I College valued at..100.0< I this kind. This company will furnisl' I Mich., and .Mr. and Mrs. IlerbentGeorge the climate and the attractions ol FOR SALE OR RENT : S. .
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> as Its Third Prize. .Scholarship Draugh: I a competent and experienced contest formerly of Denver, Co'!o., for City Beautiful.A .1 .
na7tnlndthe- ton's Business College. . . .50.0i manager who will have complete con merly of Jackson, Mich. The con: I lot on Valley street belonging to N I : M. L. Waggoner :

J CARNEILORMOND Fourth Prize. One MissionVrit: trol of the Contest Department.To : pany was composed of guests of the I H. F. AlartLndale, general.'y known : BINGHAM & THOMPSON : e

c.broad, FLA.Manufacturer ing De&k . . . . . . . 25.00( the Public- I Clarendon and the Princes issera.31r. I as the John Dorsett place! was purchased I' :. Office People's State Bank. .

i there of Fifth Prize..Rebate Certificate: This contest is to be the greatest Weitzel, who tuff; 't'
n'* for Pare Home-Made valued at . . . . . . 2 0.00( ever inaugurated by any paper; in stroke some three weeks ago. Airs. Robt. C. Holmes' fataer. Jlr. I
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auto- Sixth Prize. .Rebate Certificate this section. I is recovering and is now weII! Lewis is having the lot cleared and

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I U-toand* of1gea MARMALADES AND Seventh Prize. .Rebate Certificate: : I make it a "live wire proposition'that room part of the day. i is considering. plans for building.

; PRESERVES TROPICAL valued at . . . . . . 200.W I will keep the community mud Miss Mary: Evernden is organist at. Herbert Wetherby's river front CONRAD-OATES REALTY TITLE

futropHpan- I Special Attention to Eighth Prize. .Rebate Certificate interested in the outcome. We are the Seabreeze: Congregational church. i home and the Wetherby homestead'

_...family.&.T AWlr.a Orders ATIPun valued at . . . . . . 17: .OO( endeavoring to give Daytona and vicinity She is meeting with splendid success Ion Valley street was sold to James _
ver to A .. nIiotttonltulra f\- Nineth Prize. Rebate Certificate : the newest and most up-to.date< in her efforts ito provide goo E. Thompson of Cincinnati. Ohio,

bla"uo.;. 9- West] India ixfs: .)oJ"t- valued at: . . . . . . 150.00Tenth county paper in .the state, and we solicit music at the services. Last Sunda.; i this: week. Air. Thompson and wife AND INSURANCE CO. IN C.

1>( lonu .t Ion" -CharlestonIjOuUlniui I'urrliusf- Prize.Re\lte Certificatevalued the hearty co-operation of the!I morning C. II. Willson with, his ('elo: :. are guests at Prince George, Daytonaand ,

!-Vt.,. toot h;\f>oiitl mNt.ixjil- at .. . . . . . 123.0C:; citizens in this contest.To was an appreciated: addition to the it was through their fr ends Mr.
1119 Eleventh Prize..Kebafle Certificate- merchants who advertise with: orchestra, and a vocal solo; by Prof.'attkins and Airs. A. Ayres that they became BLOCK PHONE 128
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Iurt tit r EM. valued at . . . .. . . 100.00 us we wish to say that we expect bj \\ was much enjoyed.A : interested in peninsula prcpe-rty. It
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r- this content to double our circula: reception will be held: at th' : is understood'that Air. Thompson
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berniI l AIM8VEORANGES:. Total .. . . . . H.SoV.OO; I turn; and our advertisers will realize church from 3 t-> :5 o'clock to give will erect a handsome winter home

I*' The first prize which will be 1 that it !:n to their advantage to hell!:> I Rev. E. J. Kanslow and wile an opportunity on the Valley street front, and that We beg to offer the following

0'd tnlhMe- andGrapefruit awarded to the contestant securing in thus work by supporting;: the con i of meeting;:; his consrega- the> smaller buildings win be converted I I

at the | !the most cotes' : consists; of a genuine testants.. Lion and the peninsula friends genei- into garage: and servants 1 w from our list of

>> 11knuwn n. $-I 0.00 Chapin Upright Grand Now Is the Time- I erally. Everybody is cordiaaly! : :cvifed. puirU-s. This property !it very fa- '
| I fine instrument UffreshjiKiits be served. voraM: Joc.'ted with a tfoata, ,e ofl ;: 4: property:
Best Grown Piano. Thi: piano i is a very The contest begins with this: issue,, I Ac
It I Mrs. Kate returned Saturday l lot feet on street and; riv: !r, and a M bit
Haney
merit of! ii
artistic
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Srov -on!Ht. Augustine of special the turtle to enter ::: I _
| tin- ..ton'n. ito-Autfiniuhllo u11" :MIl*, high grade and qualify, latest l'ast'de.sign. the race before the others! : get in from 3Iarit'tta.'helt:" she bas dipth, : of 4'Ht' f..t.to Y :'

I i ii Hi'TKL. OilMOXD doubleeiee.ed in- I Baggett and family. She will assis. house on Volusia: avenue, four bedroom -
v -ry highest qvalitj, I Rules:>> for the ContentRule His of Getting Elven.: "'
I.IinKeIi Deed Knox: z'n. tide! and out liaa i.oue: swi.d: tnou:dings I 1. AU money f>.r su'is-rip- i Mrs. J.V.. Williams in her dressmaking ;- "Yoo know Way that fellow. Jim 11ro- : a and bath, fi ole rooms on first It'!".-

vuut i i on Deed Company: and hillll-: areJ trusses: hand- : t'ous: shall; be paid the contest uiauager. : rooms on 1'inewood avenue. I arty, the hid that's always vorniii' up
nrt.t 1P""totfil' I Iinting carted capitals; and music\ 1'6:4,., i Alias Mildred Randall i is (-{ ltdud- an';thuiujiiti' on th chest find yelliii' I :wrL '
furnished
'I N t,. 0?--51.200, five room -
rounded vorueis. hand-p.;fished: mrrOltd -i Rule :2. Coutt; manager's sigi.a ing private clashes at her home 01 'How nor ye?" Hill q,..
I' :r house one acre of land. Holly ,
surface, automatic e.tji.s.oumusic : : tuie must be affixed to all votes before Ocean boulevard. "I know him. I, :;
desk, u.rtistilallOanted,,I they are of any value :In. the I :Miss Lucy Cloyd who U i spending::; TH bet ties smashed twfaity clears :r fruit true. M
Finely* executed noiseless: rolling fall boartl with I contest. : the winter: in .'lorid.l. arrived Wed- for me some o* thim clear tiavannys- No. 119-7 acres land 300 orange "'"

at nickel-plated continuous hinge, fine I Rule 3. Ballots cannot be bought : nestiay: from Miami and :Is at thMayfieId. < ; but I'll ;pet even with him tj,ow." i r peach and persimmon trees 6 room :;
"!low will do'f\ -
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this office. block of eleoU-d hard rock wafer I The content will be run on a fair I: TU h'lI"t Jim always hits me -b dwelling $2,000. ='
built iu layers and cro,,s-bauded. i bass: fair for all.'o t'S: can only \\'. L. Ifit uers.: who wa6 here Oil 1 .
up over the v.-t |MHkt where \ i--irry niclears. 'pM No. 103-$30CO, five acre bearing
warranted to withstand any climate be obtained by securing subscriptions his. annual ten days' vacation will l : ;.
i ; Hell hit me there1u-' . 1
composite metal frame import%, J I either new, renewals, or old or bycutting i his mother Mrs. Gt'OrgeY.. tuck more. There's no cigar \tit me vest rim 1!
blued steel; tunings, three: strings i the nomination or frt."cltt' o tier, left Saturday on his: return tUermantown < I jx.ckct this uiornin. !la..ti.td of itthere's : : No. 105 S7,5CC, new house on ::

over&trung bass special; repealing action I certificate out of each i ibSue I Ohio. Air. CUseis j .:.IiI :; a stick of dynamite, d'ye c;.y Rid ewo"t: avenue. 7.. I (

German silver hammer rail, I Hule1.. No employe! or membH I a prominent railroad man. I mlndr[ : *-Cleveland: Plain l>eultr.. :;-.-.
heavy best quality imported felt hammer -I, of his. family will be allotted to participate I Air. Cuckner has Just completed j J LI ---- I lotsNo.. 1C&-$1,2CO. twoRidgewood. large deep

muffler attachment for practice, I :: either as a nominator or a neat retaining wall in front of hili::. A Matter of Business."I . !' 7sts r on South .

ten 't'ars' quarters on inside of top I voter in this)! contest. beach home The 'ozy. .Mr. fluktier .1: cannot utulerstaud.daughter lo ir sue; why me you f.r ti' No. 120-I acres land 100 orange
7 1o.ta; n ", best Rule :5.. Candidates will no lie,I also has the: material: on ham]I permti your :
cover in silver, II trench of promise.! You rememberthat trees truck land, 5 room cottage
made in figured: mahogany re.struted in securing subscription: '; I to lay brick walks along the !soutl I. : :,
quality keys, : you were bitterly opito iil to our ?- 1,000. 4 t
feet nine inches but them in any place in side of the house and to the outeibuiddings. 1 wasn't good t
four secure I
height I' may : ensa: ; cement::: ccaase I == ,
rty width five feet two !inches weight the United. States. enough: for her and -ouI4! disgracethe : :: No. *07-$2.200, five room cottage 'er

[ boxed for shipment !IH'U' poumte. Rule 6. Only one nominating coupon : Mr. and Alls. .\. (.. H or ion of Indianapolis family." I ;: Dayto-.n and Cypress streets large

This is a prize well worth the efforts -I entitling: each contestant to :',000.ott'8 I ; Ind. are expected here b: "Voting; man that was Sentiment; I lot. ,
will be allowed. next week on a visit: to Air. and Airstiuckiur. this is business." Is.
of anJ(ne.- \ r No. 102-$1,500, small bungalow .
The tevoud prize to be awarded to,I Rule 7. All votes must be in tht:', : : Air.- Herrou ;is Airs. Buckner's \ Afflictions. : West Magrolia lot 50x150, almost

the contestant souring the second, : ballot, box by Friday, :5; p. m., of eat ii1veek. I daughter. dita-sted coi : ne N. rr 4y
Cefore an atlli<-Ii..n is
W.Veaver'1e net
FurniCu-re for T. : _
'ons'ets of!
largest number of vote* ( i and after i it
a scholarship to Columbia College,,I Rule S. Votes issued cannot t". rottaiu': ou,!1 Gr.mdv'HW; ! : :avenue has,; arrivd Is soliitioii digested("olUeiao it COISHS!soon too late. hut therela "_: No. 113--$2000, truck farm 7'y' : I ltV

the well-known taattttrt'on at LakE transferred to another eouttst.ai.-t.: I and Mr. and \J1":.. Weaver \\.j i.jI 1 a mark l Ioc.>t\\'t"'-" these two 11'1 rii:: ao acres ci' ?reo, 2 acres tiled house 5
:is valued 'No votes will It allowed I move i:MI I tli- a.--k They !leave t tii 'l' comforter ,i" and ;as---i.; 'q'
City, Fa.! Th.s scholarship Hale !9. almost a. :i hair: for a ..
beach; ; ,. : ...,. -- "ii ill! M,; '.
at $IUd. oa subcicriptions held! over mor> t u : i p" take :aim at.-Stvrue.it's '
No ir-$ COJ.: one of the best
The third prize to b.> awarded t'J i than sue! week alter be.nu: S'Tur..f I -: !
"tr homes: on Ridge 1J0od. furnished large riar
the conteant sec'u-tIg: the tliud by) colit'stant. Subscr pao: to Ill'l..tLe I't==-r rf
I largess number of votes tutssts turned in promptly together :vd t ta.
of a scholarship to Uroughtoi the money collected for them.: Vo t-x, a New Book : No. 115+ $2,000 will buy a nice w r',
Practical Business College of Jacksonille -'i will be issued when the money .-> :r" home; five rooms and bath: hot

Fla. This: scholarship is ('ei\'t>:cJ, bit the contestant max rLain I F it's a Souvenir Novelty, ;and c*>.:d w-ter; electric lights; corner :;

valued at $So, and will give some: one I these" votes: : and east them vvtin, it's something in Stationery and Engraving :r lot it :

the chance of securing a good business ever they wish.
:1 education free. I Rule 10. Nominators or coir.tttant's : No. 123-A bargain at $3,6CO, Pal 11II".
metto avende 3 bedrooms bath, com-
The fourth prize to be awarded in the Gazt'teNe.s'tin- CALL ON OR WRITETheH.&W.B.DREWCO.
condition.
consists of a beautiful mission writing : test must agree to and accep: aol pletely furnished good
"'-. Houses exactly alike in same row ;;:
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desk valued nt $- This desk : rules and comlitions.
valued at $6,503. .
was purchased from the stock of the Rule 11. The right is: reserved tteject ..
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Bingham & Alaley Co. of this: city" any name of conu-etaus, ;: fur a .:: A. 25 acres near city limits; 15

and is now on exhibition at their I cause also to alter these: rul' s - -- ---- -- r acres fenced and in cultivation, ; 6- II

store. :: should occasion demand. r room house. and barns, 2000. I I
,100.46each. Seven other prizes consisting of j: Rule 12. Any question, whut. shall 45.49 W. Bay St. JacksonvilleAND r :-- I'I I
.. .11 B. Lot Ridgewood in Holly ;
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awarded. between the contestants: w
rebate; certificates, will be arise: : :; i
> .x There certificates are transferable:: be determined by the contest manager : ;: Hill 150x309. $500. \: : :,

for their face I and her decision: : will be f.na.! BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND iii; y i.
each. and will be accepted i YOUR ORDER WILL "'-ti C. 15-acre hammock grove; trees ,:

.Jr value as part payment on a Chapin ;I Respectfully yours SATISFACTORILY.We ( :: seven years old and in full bearing; :; I

J 11 J each Upright Grand $4..0. piano. Certif.-: I Miss: Fay Settle near railroad west of Kingston $3COO

cafes may W combined but credit for Gonh.stlinl.t: !:: .... fa .

more than $-':.(1 will not be allowed D. PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL A i ie ;
upon the Purchase of one piano. I Made HIM Cross. are Headquarters (for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin .. FOR SALE; CENTRALLY LO- si ( I i ir : ;
"I made my bu band cross this aft CATED; WELL FURNISEHD; CAN k
1350. THE CONTEST ENTER FREE FOR ALL TO t i, ernoon.' said Mr-. Caller. China and Orangewood New and p;: SHOW PROFIT OF OVER $2,5CO ,I f !
that'queried. IIimer. .>
'Howvas LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH at:, t
[$400 The contest u, free for each aid Exclusive Novelties. :- FROM BUSINESS.- .
: TO RETIRE :C
every contestant to enter, and itcats : "lie WaS on the oip| ..sits side of the ON EASY TERMS. iii Za ::::
(' nothing to wn: ; all Tho street :and 1 beckoned him to come ::: $13,000 ::
: the other '1.
Gazette-News asks: is hearty cooperat'oa over., explained, - --- - --- -- E. Small cottage on corner lot on IlL.

: of its friends and reader and to ;i -..-....-.--.-..- .-...-..-..-.-.-.-.-=.-.-.........................- ._ .. .... ._ ._ .. .. .. ._ .- .-..- .-..............: ::: RidgcAOOd; lot 100x150; fruit trees* aI't-.:-:- '

make this contest an enthusiastic ,. well $500 on easy terms. '
:I C friendly struggle for leadership :' : The New Excursion Steamer .. -

HOW TO ENTER. SOUTHLAND : .. ::;
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Just clip the nomination coup'' 11 ,' : TO THE PICTURESQUE TOMOKA c.i: \\'e have some very attractive river t front property jf

out of each issue of the paper and '
fill in >the haute ot the pert-i-ii:' wh i,. i II'.: : FIRST TRIP TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7th. AND DAILY EXCURSIONS THEREAFTER : :: in Port Orange! that: can be sold on reasonable terms Siiid W. -;:: ,

wish to enter w a i '.I' is .1: : . 9tIJ vC
you . low 1
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ANY pon, the Tiamc and .&.uMis: oi tier! : tH We have a general insurance agency and :
person as a tandtda-'*. .1.i 1 i.e name <-iIhe : : DAILY TmE SCHEDULE ty .-: \

nom r 10, :. \\ll: !PCI! ,r I". 'I: :-ed.::: .e 1 c.tt'., Prince', t .'. I . ,! '. ., > . .. .'Iao.. can insure against d'unost t everything except euC.:: I ,

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See the handsome presents given away at Crystal AMERICAN POSED A

Theater by L. H. Rowe & Co., Mills Cafe. Estate and

I Will D. Upshaw, Lecturer, Tonight. Gazette-News Young's Pharmacy.in I IOONDURAS. ,i Fire Insurance MENT ANJ

FEBRUARY 9 Rowe & Co.Window.. TROOPS IN FINAL MC

I j THURSDAY 122 South Beach StreetCHILDREN'S Ll '\ '' v

r TUESDAY NIGHT.Open ---- pompa
Thomas Wade Lane & CompanyIn --."..- most{ '.'
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t 1 High Class Opera Daily at 2:30: .....:.:...::...:....,,.-._:..",.:,;::.-. Stuetii the -e,1111 u:1 I

t Reserved Seats at Haokins' - __ n___ ___ .:.:t- :':;;':::"':: reign was! 1 i
liRTi .':: .. and Queen t 1
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10 Nicw Snow KVKKY Iloru LANDED I { AT CORTEZ[ :..-"Ii< ."y.. .:..... .. Immense (f


f! Tableaux With Songs and Instrumental Music - TO PREVENT I MORE fIGlnl l G. ; . ::., "" ../" processionThe goverj
t l r I : the ca
1 veto
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Under Auspices of Palmetto Club MILITIA IS ORDERED OUT I rule tot AN ARMISTICE IS NOW BEING EYES
-- - ---- - Fifty Years Ago Today. > dOl.

Coming...Rounds' Twelve-Piece Ladies' Orchestra. TO PREVENT A l YNCtll I. .tI G. Feb. 4. CARRIED OUT TO ENABLE THE i I I Cannot be too i-.irftuily: safeguarded T'hsu. >',iil....
posed; .tt.r.t
for ;iliavtbut lasta
they one pair to
:Meeting in Washington of a UNITED STATES TO SERVE AS
king ai 'ii.In
lifetime. If ttiertare indications
.. peace conference representing
o---- su THOUSAND ARMED MEN SEARCHING hog atl 1
of anyiliHijj with child'seyes
thirteen f-.'\. and seven jrder MEDIATOR. MroiiK your
KILLED !;;1statt.s.. The conference assembled bring him or her and I will fit king. af. -'
FOR NEGRO WHO
!; at the request of Virpinhi. WASHINGTON. Feb. 4-The navy I them with (;lasts! to correct the with lore :;11

t DEPUTY AND WOUNDED CHIEFOF' which) this day elected a department has been notified: that j trouble. medical, treatment i-s: uec- tinned (nets

SAVINGS AS A STIMULUS. Unionist state coiiventioo.! American marines and sailors ha\e: ess.try I will tell you M. for the furl
POLICE. The: Fourth of July of the Confederate lions betwt't-
States. of America.Delegates been landed at Puerto Cortez to prevent Dr. Neville H. Clark powers of tl.
Anybody can spend money hut it takes a wise and prudentman KALKIUll, \. I', Feb. 4-Go\er. from six stateswhich
fighting between the Revolutionists It was am]
to save: mone\. nor Kitchen has ordered a company had sN-etled-tbat i*. I
OptometristLook will be subs
and Davilla
forces.
Money saved acts as a stimulus: to make more to save. Saving of the second regiment of the state South Carolina. Georgia, Flori:

reduces waste; waste eliminated profits increase rapidly., We allow militia: to report to Sheriff Wilson I da. Alabama. Mississippi and Since the marines landed all IKH: ; fOr the Sign of the EYE. and ferences house bet oject .!

4 per cent ('1'II1Iun,1) l quarterly on savings ::1 it t OIH e to prevent t'lie l lynching of ant .oul.IlIla-userolJll'd; at Mont been quiet.
-- or seruij
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i'I ',1't. desperado. I.Hlih'est., who gllIUl'ry.Ia.., to form a new gov- This is to insure no fighting while i la'tionNEDDED!'
!..ttesterday! killed" Deputy Sheriff ernment. The declaration of
an armUti.-e is bang carried! out to !
PEOPLE'S STATE BANK (i"-i-i'M- .Mmil'ord ami strious-ly wo-md- IIou. llowell Cobb, the president. .
enable the I'nited Statet.I :act asa
,-.1! ('hit'!' of Police Hover while re- "We meet as representatives Al
DAYTONA FLORIDA. !it of sovereign and independent mediator. I
> !it'!! : arrt'st. Nearly a thousand GRrEN GOODSr
states, which have dissolved
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I'r. I'. I.K: I. NIL M. :armed t men are searching for thet i iiiiuro
,1.1 nt.M.: \ t'.r: K..I' .11YI'EtVti.I're.l.l : !: all associations which
iu>. ti. It. :MK: \\1 1S.. \I I. IVA.uNER.LOCALSPERSONALS' < t tHtla '. connected(toliticiil them with the United SWEETHEART' AND I MOTHER I i PARSOI I

state" and "We will this day

BIRTH OF A Ittlli.a. ; inaugurate;; for the south a new 1 'e YOUNG CO!
era: of peace security and pros KILLED{ [ BY JEALOUS[ [ HAN. are carryiuj a complete
I r\T7 I line of Ireeu; C-ruoenes including OHIO.
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I Evolution of the Aquatic Pupa Into the ; perity. was; received with applause I!

| Dragon Fly. I and the convention then : : HANDS A|
BECAUSE GIRL RECEIVED ATTEN-
j writer in proceeded to organize as a con-
I I Says a the -i-ntine \l11t'r. r rI i
I l lan: ".\ wonderful spt:! -v I Is j.re gress. TIONS OF ANOTHER MAN DETROIT TONA THfCharles
1 M-nted by the sudden ijniririfinn' of I Golden Wax Beans

| an itlst..t'd \\insi it the .- 'IIItl..t! 14,n of SWAIN THEN COMMITS'

\ j It.s: int'taniorphoxis.. The tntiKforma-: THEY BORED HIM. Green Beans Gladys 4.- (.:

i illemeiiber I thin of the :t'rnh Into the tuittertly.! SUICIDE. riage Sunday

S. H. Jove; was a hu..i'lIt'ss'isilul'' we keep everything in though faiailiar. ii is none the less nunzInjr. And They Came Mighty Near CucumbersCauliflower the Firsi, ,
Boring
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to I I I ladies': : und Kent's wearing ajmtrel : but the evolution of the -ti\e and Him Again With Lead. DETROIT, Feb. 4-Augustus U e t.! on I'aluie (u

J I at the flee: Ili\e. North lleach: St. 37t I :gossamerin:: l dragon: 11.frlltu!. i'* j jMSly The dread of boredom is strongly aged :2":., fatally shot h.s swe*Un-.i t week pawn'
Jjf *.\ : and !sln:,uNh aquatif: I pupa is still i characteristic Mi> lla-Uie I'pleger. aged -''u< a MI
or ing.
the present a;';t, but
jf roH,* more impressive. Karly: t.n1 May nio-n j few It with her umther. and then couim.itid ->L.' ;
I \ : i i :\lr&. M..1. Iloluus:: statc.s that she: I inc the pupa emerges: from its; f.II'.ln. hate surh intensity as the vide with poison. Tomatoes Mr. aiio
I artist who lived In Paris in the: day from Athelt.is : ..
liati from :\lrli. Julia lUwlirii's ,.
purchased at the Imttom ( a diG'h. swims on it. | \\'virv is eaul have been
to j.-.il
I of the commune and of whom
C. K.:
**J! .the lot and store building on \!: bark by pi: l.liic! : with its: Ions, haired a broUwt-
because PeppersThey
I ous the girl reciv.d
Italia speaks to his -Notre: of a : .I't.-u
to ) Volusia! avenue now (K-cuped: by the |' paws tll the stem of an aquatic plant, Painter's Life." t ioua iroui another: wan. of Sown tOil
Women's Exchange. I auto climbs: up out of the water. Then I and Mrs ISi'
I "A friend of .
mine :Mr.
Halle
I says ----
i I I after a momentary (jwuse. the s'i'! .insutldt.llly ter. Thelmaweddtng. ,
: j ---- I "told: me that he was In the studio of Health. are Always Fresh.
bursts and the .
OJH-II! jHrfeetinsect I I'I
I'I' will i! FOU IJEXT-::!:3 X. Uidgewoodoi appears, with rlosely fo! led an artist when It WItS \ kited by a detachment Health L* the second blessing: : that

to The Bennett, S y rooms and bath i'I wln..s.vhi.h soon unfold anti assume i I of soldiers The usual ques- we mortals! are :i Il al.Ie: of.t: bli: ....-jri:; bOlue The YOU::,'

I garage. $;6i:; II. Y. Stillman. 42tfFor :: their final form. tion about the possession: of arms: was that money .-iiiin.-: t l.u\ \Vit..i!! n 'tilag

,! ** : "The older! naturalists thought that I' asked and answered in the negative;: -- -- ------- eniiiovs|
tran l 1 the Insect \\'ull.w.l air: with whi -h but one of the soldiers found a gun in DAYTONACOLD on Nor'o ;i: sale at a bargain-Ten n>om < i tM! .9Mttt .
j I the win;;* were Intlattil. In reality the corner of the studio, and on his
house at '.::1 So. Ilidgewood, lot lOll I i STORAGE CO. STOCKS TARE|
| the air is abx.rltil In the di; otitveI : evidence the owner .was told that h..
; trout Hid deep, pleiK.v! of hade I i I organs causing; an increased "1.tI'' must come out and be shot. My friend} I .L -l
tees: ; aU improvements electric: j i I II Live and R. D. JOHNSON Mgr
1'I I| pnssurevhieh' nieehanii-ally expand-: ""as'N'Y fond of him. so he asked tote | Long
hhtsic XEU 1O1:
; = t) water etc. Kver> thing; !j I the winos The l.rt..III'| of dew is : allowed to see the pun. It was: L mmm m rfl
.;in good repair. Address box 1H>. .U ,.: high today
..! also Ilt..t' sur.h.w'c. ; the tint light is given to him and with the help of a
I always made at dawn. pencil he passed his handkerchief i new high rr
tug II a
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I J. .M. Chaffer returned from ( steeu "This siHtirle: of the birth of awing few Inches down the barrel and I Die 0 marktct'a
Friday: afternoon to spend Saturday I may llC <.b",, 'rnl In dragon; fliesreared i .' brought it out brown with rust lie Happy Steel (lean

by and Sunday with hi*> family': at I I in an aquarium, the atmosphere pointed out that if the gun had been 1 1 was W.k;
and : of which should t>e moistened I YesOur heavy
used the Inside of i
thelIa
1
iii.
Kingston. lie must
was accompanied byMr.
I ( I I1. I with an atomizer when the pupa ri-sej I have been black later ,
with tn.
Osborne, of Cleveland, Ohio: a to the surface." powder and not ;
prospective settler in the state.A i 1 1 l brown with rust so the artist was
lI 1 .
I let off.: I'.uy' !;i-.yal :Narktin' (

*1 !:i Ego. i I "My friend asked the artist why he II .
by .'H'I I Rare Bird.LadyPot's An ego Is a I-atini/.ed" I. All men i had not himself suggested this simpletest g'-o-N, the finest fo.'.d!Ipro

I, gine. ; : this parrot talk! well!:? are createdpo \'nlh."hlloJ their i and all the answer he got was:
I n.'alcr"ut! : he's a wonderful listener Creator with certain inalienable some I .Ob, they bored me. I'oultI rather .ducts in the world.
f fIt things of which neither statute: ukase '
Sourire.Sweet. I I any day be shot than bored."
fI and ; ____ __ I edict injunction I l"t':I.lr. main aie. i The stock is new and'! Spring Ox- The
: took I Pos
.' Kent nor promoter can deprive
I then lie who steals Meals (A dally paper U responsible for the 1
my purse : I cleau
been statement th.tt the gum <.n English stamps and ourare prices fords have
Otto Saturday I trash but lie who niches from me my 13 eo pure that far from c.iuainic harm. just
:, ego! takes: that of which he already I II licking th'-m Is actualbenrflcial.!: .) i
!|I has enough and makes me nut at all. right Call and fit-t
I Our William! arrived both for
llan ; Night was a frail a chi'd:
Women without votes have c>:os : I ,
As e'er. ever gre4. Prire3 on rase, J...'t.
Ui : i and strangely: t'enough; would still A g'ose. however week and mt!'t. I
wa6 1 Saturday Candy29c I have them if they secured the votes: He barely! dared; f, to../*. gent lemen and Cl,
.
the I hence egos are not a i-olltlcal Issue.An But still we hoped the storm" ar.d stress!
(.t l.iisin.-ss' life wouHrv.-
'I ego I.ihat a man Is when Le I Tn our his chrunlc wee'lir.vss have arrive J
and : has nothing and U nothing else; that His total lack of nerve ladies. fast
;i is to say he is then first!! (ot't'Mlln ::dngu. so y{

cage 1 lar and no particular peuder. An "fflre.. u"htn'uth..S. fir,t I L I II ('!"l'd': Em: ;': d LIa ; nflce sk.l.:: ILyman
Grocery
j I An egu is neither soul. 1..dv l spirit. And -n'" . \r \i ii t't.rt i- .r.'. HANklNjWhere.
A POL N LYoung's > | family, country n.'r nice. It t Is nHtixr! A trar._:.._i_; tail!

'If 5 I- I " ." I. ,. t ,t I .. I j moral nor patholoti.-al. .\ criminal: hni S'. !. TV '
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u :m .
have Just as much ego. as a l'al'o\11 aid: n.. Every Day is Bargain Day \ <
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It dak Pharmacy more. &>tue egu., nrc I .1 ." i.i .u I'. .' I.L Here. f
ij i ethers chiefly u.. I ; h I THE fOSTER CO.

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