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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 6, 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: VID00209
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I WALLACE'SArt W. H. WRIGHT :: :: DUOHWOYSHOMU\\ and OTTO\ ['II School i "
RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT Supplies Stationery and Havana Smokers
and Jewelry Store Painting First Atcnue, D.>tona, Ha. Books
Co. I ,' Carries an exclusive line of new Paper Hanging I Tw.furnished IIt-, : --1'1 and I hT l ti't._!. :d-iiry i throughout roomluwl.v: a'ttiimill PRICES Ouly nrst quality well cured tobacco -

ner i I ; .- .style Postcards View Books.and Daytona Decorating >'ho'IUI/IIo.1| -|pttal/ I iop.\11\raft"-111''!.mi roninonsfooiul>. Tlioroualilv : I l'I'I, |l.-t ition L.i H.toTn-at Your Jiw.'i.Ts.L. You ItltMiT.. GEO. H. CLARK used. ,

ii i 219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE floor. For t.rni.nl.lr: .-... Waterman Fountain Pens News- Vet Cave Manufacturer

.....oee......... Phone iSi C. C. BOHAYSO.N.: : : D. H. ROWE & CO. Papers and Periodicals Daytona Florida: -

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e Grown .: I regular meeting of the new Daytona board of trade at the city hall tonight. There are matters of im.11.


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!th Beach St. Phone 55 : REGULAR Is made by the Reliance Plug. Never had but one kick :I SOMEBODYI I REVOLUTIONISTS I I IN i RETREAT;

KING DELIVERS HIS ADDRESS.
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;HAFFNEREstate ---- ;' SUFFRAGISTS GIVE UP PRO. I MEETING GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE CO."If ML GET A :i I!I INDIANS IN LOWER CALIFORNIAJOIN

POSED ATTACK ON PARLIA- '
andinsurance You Don't Trade With Us: We Both Lose Money.! THE REBEL FORCES AND
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TONIGHT.To ---ltlmmmr tttl.,. m GOLD MO.( ARE NOW PREPARING TO MAKE t I t I
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Jth Beach StreetEN'S LONDON, Feb. (,-With medieval: I I _._ J_ |! ATTACK.EL .

pomp and many ceremonies the I: BOARD Of TRADE SEMI I DEATH DEALTBY BIG STORM SPECIAL PRIZE IS OfFERED I Il It j.M j., 1'ASO. Tex., Feb. 6-CO'.Jrw.. -

most vital /session of parliamentsince sent oat this: morning for news" 'M

the magna eha.ta. was granted, BE 8{ HELD AT CITY HAIL l the! Mexican Revolutionists have : .- ; '
the second meeting of I King George's; I I t G lETTE-NEWS I CONTEST I : 4
TORNADO OVER NORTH" turned and report that the Hisur.m-ui[ ,
reign was inaugurated by the king ; ; ii i
and Queen Mary in pertain today.:\ CIVIC ORGANIZATION IS NOW i army has withdrawn: from the vicm
Immense throng cheered, dime lojal! CONTESTANTS SHOULD KEEP sty of .laurez and i is now retreating

i, procession.The govemmer.t program includes BUSY DEVISING WAYS AND BIG DAMAGE. I II I MUCU SNOW.% BUSY IN EFFORT TO LAND THE westward. Xo explanation is given t
why the
7tlr "" MEANS OF BOOSTING:: AND BET- attempt to storm the city:
s the veto bill, sate: insurance, homerule I PRIZE ON DISPLAY AT L. H.
hag been given up.
for Ireland, sickness invaliditypensions TERING THE CITY.
: EYES and supplement) : bills. SWEEPS THROUGH TrmSm i I FALLING SNOW AND SLEE1 ;i i ROWE & CO'S. STORE. Indians Join Rebels-
The suffragists :the The first regular! meeting of then I ; I I i it ii The
('a I'dullsafeguarded., gave up i piojiofied i special prizeoffer of a fine
!but one pair to last '.' ) attack on parliament and the w Daytona board of trade will beheld t gold watch to be given to the contestant SAX DIEGO. Cal., Feb. C-Three

there! are indications 'king at the last moment. at the city hall this: e\ening DEVASTATES{ .. [ NARROW STRIP. COVERS WIDE TERRITORY. : iu tlu Ua/ette-News' Great hundred Cocopap: Indians Joined the

long with your child'si $' In his address (its parliament the and several 1 matters of utmost importance -- i iI I II I I Popularity ('f. ...e.st. by which $1.S. Mexican Revolutionists in Lower California
i her and I will fit king, after declaring the relat'ons worth of Liable prizes are to be at Ornia today and the combined
to every business man and: COVERS SWATH 400 FEET WIDE, I STORM EXTENDS AS FAR SOUTH
sstti *o correct the a with foreign governments have continued II i !given away absolutely; free to the I Indian and Rebel forces: are.now

Idical treatment is nec- friendly made a strong plea the city in general will be brought: RAZING FARM HOUSES AND AS KENTUCKY AND VI ,, GiNIA, eleven contestants securing the most within three miles of the inter-

lell you so.itle for the furtherance of friendly relations up for discussion and action at this: i votes, has inspired the large number national border line. {
t between Great Bri'tian' and the meeting.The BUILDINGS AND TEARING UP STOPPING TRAINS AND WIRE !' of contestants to get busy, and a A fierce battle is expected to be 1

H. Clark powers of the world constitution and bylaws: adopted TREES. SERVICE. I!'large number of contestants: have signified fought in the Calentine valley at any '
It was announced that proposals their intention of winning the time.
[ometristSign :: will be submitted to settle the dif at the meeting hed! Friday evening SOMERVILLE: Tenn.. Feb. G A \VASIIIXGTOX, Feb. G -- Heavysnow beautiful watch. American soldiers:: : are patrollingthe

of the EYE. ferences between the house of lords; provide that the regular meetings tornado passed over here late Last !! and sleet is f alii! as today overi This watch wh c-h was purchased frontier in California and Ari
house of commons with the ob of the organization shall be held the the whole territory between the Misslssippi -|I from L. II. Rowe & Co., the well- zona to prevent the Indians and
---- of securing more effective legls--I fiiict:: and third Monday evenings of night, devastating a s'ath400 feet j I river and the AUantfc$ coast. fcnowti jewelers of this city, is to Rebels from crossing the border line.

iand.:; I each month and beginning with to- wide. I I The storm extends as far south as be awarded to the contestant: secur-

__ I those night dates.Following the meetings. will be held in A two year old fluid] of Ellis: Hurst ; Kentucky and Virginia and 'the full ing the most votes up' to Friday, WILLIAl! D. OPSHAW t

': was killed and its mother seriously I of wow and sleet i it! so heavy thai March 3, at 5 p. m.
WEDDED AT M. E. I out the sentiment expressed injured when their home was demolished !- in many places train service has The watch is now on exhibition in i
I GOODSvuiQ I I ICllRCll and action taken at the last been blocked and wire comntynicatioiI[ the show window of L. II. Rowe &:: DELIGHTS LARGE CROWDS.
James DeEs and three children i

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t, PARSONAGE SUNDAY mNING.I I I session: a number of new streetlights delayed. t(:0.. and is a prize well worth the i I
l : have already been ordered were also badly! hurt. I I I j e;> rts of anyone. ;

I Ii and will soon be placed on Beach Farm houses and buildings in the | Man Frozen to Death- j;! Contestants will find it greaMy! to SPOKE THREE TIMES SUNDAY'I'
YOUNG COUPLE FROM ATHENS/';,street. There are seven of those path of the tornado and '
a complete were razed j L.\PORTE. Ind., Feb. 6 ? Jacob their advantage to immediately elk Ctroeries, in- S OHIO, JOIN HEARTS AND lights and they will be placed at intervals demolished and trees torn from the Lowe, aged C... was found dead on ; upon their friends! and pledge th ir
from Bay street to Orange ground by their roots. I the interurban tracks near hire this subscriptions before they a.e' VIVAL SERVICES AT FIRST f i

.t!' HANDS AND WILL MAKE DAYTONA avenue. The lights are imilap to I morning having been frozen; toy' pledged. to some other contestant in .

r the one now in use in front of the GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS || death during the night. i Cat race. I It BAPTIST CHURCH. ,
THEIR HOME, IN FUTURE. Crystal Theater and when in
Wax Beansn operation DESTROYED BY FLAMES. ;' Friends and supporters of contestants : Sui I ( fh)' was a greac day at ;the I 1
L Charles S. Goodrich and Miss will produce a brilliant effect The'i'I James Manning returned Fr.day afternoon I will help their favorites materially Itapti>. hutch in lJ;& .tolla. William i j I

Beans rtt. Gladys G. Gibbs were united in mar- on the main business street. COXSTAXTIXOPLE, Feb. 6 from a ten days' stay with by giving them their sub- U. L'poli. i -, the
:- riage Sunday evening at 7 o'clock at'' Another matter which will be Turkish government: buildings were I, Walter Rogers; in the Fox's cut section !j scriptiou at once and thus enabling )lecturer and ,-vangeist! poke to record d
umbers the First M. E. church parsonage::: brought up for action at this meat- swept by tire today. The total" loss of the canal. Mr. HostTs! at : them to win the gold watch and givethem I I crowds morning and night an 1 I' i iI it it't I
: on Palmetto scenic Kev. E. S-d'I I lug is that in regard to entertainment on the buildings! will reach $. yij.owv.' the same time co.im!: from that plaieto a I lead in the race for the I in the afternoonViluian' for the winter visitors. It is Hl'l'ords'a hll'll at many millionswere join his: "rot h.-:r, (' M. Refers, at piano. F
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week house
liE lower pastor of the church officiat I I :stirring e\t.1") a dience with
_" ing. proposed to have some kind of entertainment destm-t \ t'J. I PajJl1o, Iu a contest of this: kind the contestant his fervid eioquence.: At tIt: morning l
.. one evening each week ; who secures a good lead at 1 s
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Mr. and Mrs. Goodrich are both I -- - -- -- -- - -- - hour hit theme was i'.ikins; : .
aiDes and this will probably consist of fireworks : the beginning has the best chance! "
from Athens, Ohio, and Mr. Goodrichis Stock as ChristiauH. MaDere
and band concerts.: i : GOLD BRICK OPfRA{ TORS. I! ot winning at the end, a-s the more I
a brother of :Mre. 1 E.:: H. liingham ; moved to tears and then were a : ,
fppers of South Palmetto avenue, and Mr.V The new !board is just\ beginning j i I timid will drop out of the race and 'i' number of txprt..olls of interest ;
' and Mrs. Bingham and little daughter !; to realize the large amount of work I 1 How many thousands. of hard- give the worker a clear field. at the conclusion of his address.! 1 f I

Fresh. Thelnia were present at the ahead of it and the officers, committees (- ; earned dollars have been invested; in : Contestants get busy. (Always
'' and members are enthused and 'ill i' right away. Make all your friends tin- "Xot slothful hibiiainentt
r !&ddtng. this "commodity" nt one ,, ever :1 I spoke ou words t
The young couple will make their ready to tackle any prop{*:t't ituiiich know. The who in give you their subscription as they' fervent >pirit. serving t
gentlemen deal
'tome in this:: city Mr. Goodrich be-1 i makes for the improvemen: i ,' are bound to sub-Hribf at. some tim-: TIlt l rd'and at night in Ltaytonahi I Y .,
log employed in the Carroll grocery of Daytona. ,I them always operate on the'. basis j' get them to do so now and! sivwi: : subject "a.s "Tlii- one thing '

TONAORAGECO. ,oa North Beach street. : Additional members will l.J"/ :announced that a prospectus promising; E'Dor.I the benefit of the.ro: --o. 'h. ,Ikpand 1ht-i I',- a "aui of ib'"h'ut I

I i tonight and an t+.inu--t et' mous dividends compared wij.h the I j.I DAYTON ! : humor/ li_htol,, ,:, STOCKS TAKE A JUMP; : fort is: being made to enlist exer .. tJ J .:d! th t I IIJf'aktof '
; '"paltry: 4 per cent"of th'- aviags 11i.: .- Buiily Ijou::iaMS -. i IE !-'- but ei-ryb > e *t. S
REACH HIGH RECORDS. busmen firm and citizen of Dayuina | I( ); l Ida P..-1KM -:. 'd., : \\aJ"-;..-. ..', :.. ( ear; Cj i\ '
INSON, Mgr.Spring in this work of boosting the ,'it\,". banks seems ridiculous, will;;do the ,
NEW I -.-, i Ir-e; : S.-d..:.. j.' V: ,a.0.1: r..ar: ets,d wag ,1.:.. t1I I i I t
YORK, Feb. GStotk3"t'rt. It is your civic duty to attend! the business and too often they are;; r<>rreel. -
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high :1: I'u: \ld'.lklt.. -fi-vic-s will coutlh < e'cry + t
today many of them reachingnew : : board meeting tonight whether \ou | I I' .. 't : )
| A few the famous .
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I years ago all: s -\lvllu- Liti.i..it. 7; ; > ', and on Tuebda, at..r.UI'I
high records for the The' ThU liruo-ry St..re of ours Las "
year. are a member of the newizatirn
yet orr.all' y
'Franklin Syndicate" m ..j i at ::'i.'t:: Mr. rpsltavv:- who i /
operating
market its tremetiilou; trader Lreason'' : 1 am SuwiirtQueeUie ; ;
was active Union Pacific and or not. won j j1.
Steel leading the atI'anCiCotton I' --- of the merits of the food stuffs it :Xew York agreed to pap: r centweekly -ml.s- *'.:.1 ulvan.:; ,: r".tl favorite with: -.1t!
M"C.. Kohaiibon.n I,..:} and/ girls will;.. hold! a ipec.a. ; ,
was weak. Eight to 20 lower on sells, but not content with offering (:6(1: per cent annuilly: > ou I
heavy THREE VAGS BOUND OVER I : ::.-.- :!. -sar.t.. Parker. rally f'.r the young people to which: : I ; .
liquidation I and alone the
later here and abroid. quality purity pricesare deposits. The money came inby the Albs; Dorothy Matthew. I et ,'rybtdy 1imt..d.:- His b'ibject +
the market bean: to rally. made lower than you are asked
I IY barrel and after paying a few week- Mis I i Maggie Morgan. I w.ll; IM.- "The Beauty of tb (1'ti.selL.'tV. ', I
TO THE mm COURT. in the average grcx'eri store. !: ." ,,
i ly dividends out of the money- sent Miss I Anna Mabttte.Mte I I fit : { I

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/ i Miss Alberta Lourcey.Alns. ; Z
""' /T14 1 1iThe BUMS PICKED UP BY MARSHAL payment: indefinitely. It was estimated 1 L. H. Howe. I CHURCH DruggislJj I'
that in less than ninety days V
45afd ; Miss Bessie AlcCann.t I f PMO.Nt 17 ,
GORE:: GIVEN A PRELIMINARY they received over $."">WW Seems, .' .-; Beach Street I dtI' ,
t Urns Roberta Hobbs! !
Ox- I CONRAD GROCERY :ncrt'd .ble. Xo banker ever knowI I Miss / -'''. Daytona, Florida.! L I I d
Post Card Views of HEARING BEFORE JUDGE TITUS j 3lemia.PoUitt. '-I .
,i i-ngly advised a depositor wrongly I 1.ieiin's .
Alia Neva Vann. I h.> > .1 l..ita halu/it I II
have just f... the MONDAY. !| When you find a place for your I Mibi St."l1i't.Stilin !

I COMPANY money: safer and wore profitable to I Miss 'lor.-u l' GitJtl'l!.. I TheBest is always the Cheapest I ,
tf":: Edward Carr.Ibt'rt Neighiioi.se you than our bank we expect you Miss Marjorie Rtziemi.liss I
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[ed, both orem t .., NewClarendon and James Curry, arrested Saturdayby to put it there and if you consult us i! Virgin.a: Maley. I and that is why

Marshal Gore as vasranu.: were we will advise you so to do. I/i the !, 11 Ih i :f Edith: Houton.DAYTONA I
n and r 'PHONE 61.Daytona : meantime.:' !ii i"..w.-v.--. : w. :ansl.d, to BEACH.
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given preliminary hearings before! j jJiu ,. ;
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>tice Titu Monday morning: : and I : :; :
mk have arrived. We\, are selling them each was: bound over to the criminal LodgeNo. .)1s.- Ruth KeatiozM. i i1. Harris'I

*.'-*.'.... fast ,so you had better come court under bonds of $HII. They till i!! )I 1141 MERCHANTSBANK ..-- Virginia; Young ;

in today for yours.HANKINS be taken to DeLand: to await the B. P. 0. E. .M.May Filla1 I i
Ir M -> :rfally. II1ro. .... . iI,
court. ij i
next term of the criminal j Meets Every Tuesday 1 t
The Y \ I Eli.:! .. j
Druggist -
"'','' Carr and Curry were picked up I Evening. Visiting the cheapest: Water fir( .
-;"" AT TILE 1'LAl'K; the waterworks plant: and Xvigh-, Members Invited. Mi.Ir: l I.I I. 1
Where Volusia near % .OT.. E. Fitzgerald E. R. A. D. McBRIDE President .1 I!m.. SolJ at the Fcuut: ..
thtc'1rh't.'r
Meets Beach. house was found sleeping ou + J. B. CONRAD, Vice President ,
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I -. : -- THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA 1- itT ;

jI ri GEO. WRAY i in J DELANO, I

Dealer t -- 'IllN1YIRSlfl

PIANOS and DELAND, the county seat of I

Volusia County, :
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PLAYER PIANOS VOLUSIA -== STETSON
.. is situated 23 miles southwest of -

i PIANOS Concert: FORRENT Tuner: 1 COUNTY Daytoua and is reached from the lat \

BANK ter city by an excellent hard-surface i DELAS D. FLA.

road recently constructed. Four Colll'ltf'1 and'
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FLA. cbnlc"l
t ISELAD, At DeLand is located: the John B. i. Equipment Mchool.co u

FOUNDSeveral $100,000Surplus Stetson University one of the lead. Endowment!ng nearly |stri.oi.4
I 111:1: Capital ing educational institutions of the Faculty of w proT
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hilii' .. $50,000 :ors ana in. 'Chiropo
with tU. lr
i. South. Because of the interest in -.true-tors.
fhrlgti
L Fkoae 77 for nml-|1sNr t'hUll'Ui- but nonHect'ranching. n. dressing at1!
... havim educational DeLand is knownas '
;;: tn- Ale4HII- D. McBRlDE, matters .
ICE CREAM -- tfet it nt A. '
-- lost oiwoan rnsWnt! of FloriiVStetson : t or InrOrm8t1
"The Athens n.
} ia any quatity.I Ji'J'V>;pifira J' V T WOMAN'S .('ONItAD.( of aUUrhs! : L f
' J. B University has a faculty II Lincoln SaUr
: EXCHANGE Pri-sident Huller. yule
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MILLS'European Vnl.rslA: AVK. 50 professors and instructors. There 1'Ji.L,., Litt.D" pectai ton U
I H. A. WOODDREKA'S. LL. D.
,: ; L : 'L. l.'l1".hl'r" S arc over $400,000 in buildings and President$ in thai ctt

Restaurant equipment; nearly $300,000 endowment .
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: must be apparent to the most a Carnegie Library alone rep. *Hot bat|
L. C. DEMAREE. -- fact ; r
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superficial; : : observer. With such lavish resenting an investment in building,

: HATS : One i>t Daytona's crownmg glo- BUSINESS AND I we-tft-h of natural] beauty it b1- DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than Will I U
I ; beach. No
'ill 'ries is her incomparable 0'to United vices at
came on easy thing foi the hand $120,000. The library is the
New Stock Just in at who haj ever set foot upon its STORE Attorney aadCounsellor ]
: : one : PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS I u *n glee the finishing touchwhich **!- States Government depository for the both morn

t : Peck's Bargain House : smooth packed sands; no one whoever I : q<','e wrought out the colors I EVERYTHING* State of Florida and contains over and also
bkycle over its expans. -
: 112 South Beach Street. :: pedaled a and outlines of the big picture I TO EAT. 15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one at Law the afterm]
no one who ever drove a
$ 1$..iS1SI.USIIlSIIlSI.iSIIIi ; I :Man did all this in the laying out TO WEAR of the newest of 16 buildings, with
prancing pair of horses and listened -1- I TO USE'ltending Phone
oi: the streets with their: wide margins ..., its furnishings represents an outlayof
.. .usisu.isi.isisi.i.isi. to the popping of their steel shoes ... Will Practlw InState tag and P
I.I.uI.I.I.I.I.I.Iu.I.IlI i The entire city becomes Elizabeth Hall is one of
of parkas $60,000. and
I Boom
: LING WAH-CHINESE LAUNDRY : upon Us asphaltum-like face; no one I
L : IS NO. RKAOIt ST., I ATTOKA, FLA.I . who ever steered a high-power au ::: E. S. HALL =I i i..a jrre.it park, witi| driveways tnter- Kit-valor "H'-rvi-Iit - the most beautiful college: buildingsin F.deralCourts The *teJ_ _
Shirts
I'rt-ssHIilrts IJINIsht: 10. .,,St HoOtllG.A.DREKA&CO.
I mles; miles of driveways
.. White Hhlrts lr" ;\\"
.. Check New Hhlrts shIrts lSI'rltwt'rs 1e,1't.'nblrh,, N 8Hblrtscollarntt. I .. wave-washed and surf-packed: sand : Architect and Builder :I II so: good as to attract motorrsts The city has a population of about the Toluol

1SMOCk, !!. -rpiilr :3 II but realized: that it Is a world beater. : No. 2"1" Palmetto .\,.... :I from all over the continent.And LIxLAND' KLA.Volusia 3,500, with a thickly settled country POLAND, FLA. the I f lethe
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: Collars or CufTii 31%1 llundkfrohlvfs .
Ladles clothes corresponding price a world-wonder. Go stand upon : DAYTONA. FLORIDA. IU I as for the pavemwits! pave- adjacent DeLand proper is five regulal

S ...0...................... this wi.le speedway and see the happy I: I mf'iits that look and act like granitewhere miles east of the St. Johns River, on in the afttj
.........................I WRIGHTINSURANCE
'J" .oisi.isusisi.usisi.isi.i.H. souls flit by In joyous mood, anianswir ----- - : else between the eastern County t *the high rolling pine land of the

.,.. of and western seas are so many miles "Orange Ridge" of Florida. *Now f
C. THOMPSON Agt. whether this is not one ....................ISISU I I great
: the seven modern wonders. I I in proportion; to inhabitants? The AbslracLCo:i iBrt ).The, predominating products are Cht>rrLai _ _

h ,I : LAMB ENGINESHUPMOBILES : : W. C. CHOWNING, M. D. :I I avemeit question stands with the oranges and grapefruit, the estimated .
Pellucid Halifax River. AGENCY
The Placid, I
'I : : General Medicine and :: street as one of the chief' drawing FUh President crop from this vicinity being over
Cary I). Lnndls, !H cretary .
I : : Demonstration Given at Any Time. :: Where think you is water with more : Obstetrics : cards. Till some unheard of place .und Treus. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes, .It l pay.ecis ]

: PIIONK.! : picturesque surroundings? Nearly a I reports ruore and better Daytona Japan persimmons. 055
: U OfficHours: !Illi: to 3:111.: 7 to 54 p in. I Abstracts Furnish peaches, pears, DeLand, Florida "
I .......................... mile wide fringed with tropical vegetation : Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. :I chrowb down the'gauntlet! to the ed and Titles' plums pecans, guavas, strawberries ton 5% <0> <-'I]
fh.et0rt
: .......................... artistic cottages with roomy .IsIsi..u.I.IsI.IeIsIIIsII.I.i.ISISISIIIIIIISIIIII I I world. Perfected and other fruits are grown in plenty.In _ _
verandas looking out upon her bosom - --- -- Squirrels Flowers, Binds and Fruit. the of public improvementsare be i ii -
----- - way OLDESTLARGEST
i JACOB ESPEDAHL : and Insured '
gamey food fishes in countless numbers I I Wh..t.vone's: shortcomings and ( \ many miles of fine shell roads, an I the 4 <
Contractor and Builder II
a
beckoning. as it were, to those I however indifferent or even callous; Maps, Plats and excellent high school: electric lights. I
.
Designer and Craftsman DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPhysician : Blueprints Hupplkdl 9..."so o.
') 8Dpt'rlntt'ndsl'on..trul'tlon HutlUings with rod and reel;her bosom flecked I: I one may h i to many things: the mere a system of waterworks that is owned !
and BEST fish ''n iixi.
flans Hhort and Notlee.S Kpetltltutlonson : with duck and coot and snowy- : and Surgeon :: lutj'it.oii! (.f .tlow rs and squirrels. .: II, KI.K. and operated by the city, supplyingthe I. tel

: DAYTONA, KUUtlHA.OSCAR : winged sea birds. which sic about as I I t birds: and fruits" will send a thrill water at little cost.
: oKKU-K: uVKH: KoI'AK I'I.A'I-; : purest
I .......................... Lf for Ihe sport of bobbing upon the PtlOIIv N. IS I that is reflected rn distended pupils BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that For Florida In I, i

; .......................... wavesatch; that lubberly o'd U: and pricked: ears. DeLand is a church-going commu St. |
.......................SIioi.i.i.i.i.i.i..III.RSII FARMS VuflCL.;
white headed pelican pouch a fa'I -- -- ----- For every visitor! : with! a spare KOOber Meth-
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nity. Baptists, Episcopalians w i Hi/ > MICHAEL
: :I mullet and that fish hawk sti-ei:!i:';;; I there k a bunny ready to come COMPANY odists (Northern and Southern), Pres- GROVES tha; ,

. : CONTRACTORS : upward with his floundering load hf I I I I inl accept your gift lie will sit bolt Manufacturers of Christians and Catholics, TIMBER .. .
or la .
byterians ( : C.
: snatched from the water : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS : !'I 3 r4'lt? and knaw jilts, the meat LUMBER
J : Filling and Grading I I besides colored Baptists and Methodists TRUCK ret! '. "
: See the beautiful launches, spick: 7 Civil Engineers :U i f.i>t.iu furtive: saucy gis.iM.-es, at you LATH .
Heavy Hauling Specialty. are rcprcsentII
U a LAND
l lot-kerb .
and wills hampers and SHINGLES
span
inleFlovrs.
U 1 ::i.Mnv. !
school offers a ten .In I
: aI..isusi.i.r.isisisusi.is I bulging with refreshments both solid! : DAYTONA. FLA. : I Usually! frvt-h and boou! : MOULDINGSAu\ II The graded !SU'inl f.ir.Itiiriain
years' course, and the building whichit :Sin < t tu. Volton.i-. .
,., and I liiiaid. ready for cruise th I -:,\: ': 1 1U ;. & lit
.! \a\\\! '.!\! a upon In..IaIouIIS3SIaI3Iah a : I n";' th" year 'round, you are ft>D1il.d -: furnished
beautiful surface. Take out your f.eltl ..1\ It f (iold-.tuitb'"- l'OIPIo.: ., 55 11t'1'e0111.1" )i."u: r'Jlu) oollllt,i 1'h11o1p" : i occupies ii newly TilE COliLDmm ...
M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. I.
; \, ;1'haitI! I'lniitit throughout, and is cue of the most \1)
.flasa the river frt m i
aCll'etp : : :ii'\us!'! : it> emh'.st!; vi.t paid ,
;
KM: orttcio IMiM. r commodious and best equipped public gi, i \I
: MILLINERY ; I OruiouJ bridge to Pouce Park: : .o.e..i SC G3g.0 .m 8 .C.1: -.!.rammer's l.i-''S"iir! < blo.-soin' I s.., s ,11"'lV Hr'kHO'.1 : [ to
I Sau'J'H..lc"- schools the Stale. IS'
. in
light house then uhetiu-r! tfi I I
1- Are Showing Fall Styles : Halifax i isn't a thins say ot bvuut.v uiul! : E. L. STEWART :U tie delayed I 11.\>: !>. KLA.UR3IS I The trip from Daytona to DeLand I I .\\I I ,. 1'1.\. NVw
{ I; ;-i 't':> \ ,1.tI ro- :s; ,uf x "';,.iud hue! > .
No. 8 Beach St.. Daytona Fla. ; Physician at1d SurgeonI i is made by automobile in a little I tilt n
: a joy forever and one of the ini>iin!' : . .. '. . .. , tj: 'di Ilitti aiiotfc'T' household: haa
*! -I 'L. -- | :: ; : ia!; !:! ; : / : .
\! \ !' .iM \!,!,, ,. toiid.s. h.N .I'. I' ,I' I ;',, :, .; .. ',1,1: N:._ :.,II; ,1. I II : over an hour, and there arc many I for
A _ _- , I I -m-ii.uit! for the iK>inceitu! and tin ..
-- --- ,iii. L1 .! \!..! J.'!>!-' '!'! \!, \!\!\! The Enchantingly: Picturesque Ridge. t t.1 \\. -1.! I.I 1 I' I I' .1!I. I "II'. |.| -. : I -.:>'!::,-\ s .re ai'.aiuanother: ; is hid- pretty
#1 : "h'1" ',".::1'.1 'HI !i. | 'MIB : at Law county site. A good road leads to ,
I '''n i i j'.mglo oi ial: l'ane.'ariet> GORDONOARAGE iiUL
; East Florida wood. .B.B.B....0..1 I I I'r.ctn-m: ;;.' Ill M I IHMii's DeLeoa Springs, five miles, a historic :I l 0
-. t1! ., .-pl'l: of life aud here is where Stat.a 1!Ii F'd"rall.'oll low "

_I i Telephone Company Ilidgvwood avenue Is upon the cres t S> o-.: flU: jr. ; Special fwi rh! for spot, where 60,000 gallons of water pI).> "i
J i.I.ISI.IIIIIOIIISIIRSIIUIS bubble from the earth minute.
of a broad: ridge straight as the crow I II : 're;: birds; flit i ii, and widli their In\.ti"alill i..rt.-cttnit (tit und 10,,, I every The
DeLand automobiles south
Connections at Daytona Hies and the wide spreading branches I : DR. F. H. HOUGHTON :: io> II's: heljl>> to give fullnvs.-!; I l n- LAN: KLA. I From go i DeLandHeadquarters
of the heavy-trunked I live oaks ex to Ostccn. IS miles, on shell and
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: i d -; iiiintuy to tie picture.A I
r- ? ; J for Distance Points I I I marl roads; the St.Johns is crossed by
| Long! tend their giant arms across the may
___ DentistU I II : -. ti>r fruits, cboic; ,* citrus fniks. II SIHfARTSBLY[ for
nU'ii-eiit: : v''Ua, forming an arch. arid I 1 I I ferry near Ostccn and cars can then
I i I ITT LJttiCn ,. 1111. .. t.,... I> I I : I i',, \ t 'La..tds; : the palu. to none for !I AutomobilesAliKXTF
I r H. C. THOMPSON. Mr.!! r from these txtended: arms great tVatou '" (:! \\ < E..j 'o.1I1 !, H.. ,d .' I ItaliC A. stiwartKnford continue to Sanford and Orlando by
;' : 'jiMl.ty and! quantify per ai'r1. There I'.iy, R
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There is shell road
.t tht hard road. a
>us ( Spanish moss
: I ..JX: !) '.! sway as:: .E.......................'I ..:1't. ", t'ortof citrus grcxes in prox-- Mary IIt""IlirtAttorneys Maxwell; Touring
trade winds from the troi>:c seat; at Law from DeLand to Orange City. five
- !UY! ; to ttitCIIS, branches btwdiugd Cars andRunabouts
:
!XXJ.! \! !: :
fan them. Looking straight aheai;I IIISIISIIISISIIISIII.I.IS :.nd Notaries Public miles, and a good road from DeLand I
: tIe! erth;: with their burdens of
H. T. McCLELLAN down this white shell treet one ha.- : T. 1-:. }o'1I/_' mill I-. F o' !I..I'. I II I'Kl.ANO.' FLA. : to Lake Helen a like distance.
: I ;. oils: clden globes. hk-h for I
1 the impression; of a fairy path \\ iUiiffau I
: FITZGERALD & OATES S uiy. jiroflicacy and all desirable

Mill Work 1 draperies, but as you niovt1ong : Attorneys and Couutcllors at Lawi I: ; ;.diti: \\nuld: truly: astonish you. J.A.ERICKSON. i BOND SANDSTONE E BRICK! CO.M.iuufaclun Arthur s,. llmnlmUojul
and cast an eye first to tht .. . 1*. iluanlinHAMLIN
I I |" ::111-,1\.1"-! ) i I- \ 'iiiiiniii.ml I IN
Write or ask him about anything i Tight and l then to the left you setdiatinguishtd ; I' i-i-1 tin- ,a l'it !i. .. : The Fastest Autos and The Finest 'rs I -

I ," x you want made of wood Every. cottage homes in tht. : "III,'. I iiit'diir.nl. Biuii. it;. 'I'lioin'r> !: Ot4 & CO. Light Granite, Buff, Red Awl

thing the best. I most delightful settings. .I.ISI.ISISISIUIISISIIIIDR. Large-i !to.'k of | Urab Brick
,t. Tiivvti.th ('r.JHlltH; do ji.ik. I. Pianos, Or.;aus and
1 .
I North Ridgewood Ave. Phonell23: ,j jI I j See '.hi glistening leaf of the grain!! I II ........!.,!.. ...... .... .,!. ....,. !.!.!..!. .'. ; .' ({A me. whet'b.r;,: 1'0:11Iiswll': : ( Sewing' M.-vChincs- I 1: ,l-.ir-'i-.:: -. ( m\I1.a\1'. r.. : I. -ir.1 1,1. 1.1 Prompt 1 II iit Fric.-!shlp1 ,-. &
I inamio'.irt'! which nature has varuialivi I f''o'ii: \ '.Siiiie.: : fr< iii Ki: tn>a .oo .. 1.111 t : .tj urni.i,1'Kl.ANH.. !;.. .!I.i ; LAKIhii.,;: : ;. \. 11.LAKE ..\. HAMLIN

I t! -!\! ..... ..,...-!..!\!\!..!.... j j'j L | as no iut'sr's' brush e\er could; ain ; J. P. ESCH ? T nsbuto! ;.nd )'(111'. -Ail:;! \1.! ",.ltll\\ II.' i .: 1'1.IIALL \

the cabbig' palms with their burden! :' and i !1't'h'r: : ; tli" >\ i..Iu'-! ix-turd toped HELEN

'j PICTURESQUE .,shirty", fruit and swaying paiia! "' : ; Physician. Surgeon i .- is broken, : \\\11 cv "i-y i iv.-urrhii EN'S Surrounded by several lakes Attorneys
I [ PORT ORANGE !) I' inii' 'iili: l'i-i\ li'tfi" h .II- -i.iith (.1.1M pretty
see rh-i, lovely holly with its exquia. : l 1'n.: ..-. !SK..II--, : :' I I.. :: ,.. i -: ison.! A'Uu.s.; tlii't.l :,I. TIO!, fast, tad guarded by lofty trees is and
!' III.. '. !I'. ; !p.m. -1'| '!. .n-," !I' VN I 1"NA:.; N. :\: to Fo.itolllf puss Counsellorsat
|la." Ittivy; see the daubing vine;', .!) itK.xrii.: t1. i'ij flit t'.u---t: : :t ij--\ elm ii :siy;: pai'le Lake Helen, a winter resort of no Las

itltT OKANuK; 1 1u | i un !'l.>t in the trees; see the cryii. , . . . .i "iid !" !Ji.u K\ '. . DRUGGISTSJEWELERS lz
.Ut&It.1 !'.'!'.'! e,. .,. . . . . . .,!,L : t- :: \: > \ .s .i irt-e little importance. Camp Cassadaga, ;
pretty 11tH'. mil' PORT ORANGEHOUSE[, !' 'tiLi: ::mans: forms wiiich: gain a loot- 1. .: jnl'! urtvniauv.tf': : ; '- i'o..i: tin a spiritualistic camp-ground is situated -
situated llv>
> hold: i>n tie great oaks and flftati'tjp.iiUus t) ' ' i.ii-usatd-5 of flow: f-f wt-IU.:: It Is a 1'.1.\1'' FI! \.
south of Itaytoiia tin : : I.I.\XJI. "'LA.Ii near Lake Helen and at this
the Daytouu-N-: I' : : and surely you will join n: I 'i 'o'is'p' o PARLOR i I"M IUKHIS show \, ;i'ii t i-oiantl\: ) I I, plate several hundred people make
'
disc cb>rus and that this is .j ji
Suiyrua\ hanl ->urI I say ; 1 iirt.a:: :'; scene.Bv winter
....' road thi- i'fiilr j world wcnder for beauty. OPEN. G. W. Fisher i headquarters A huge lumber U fOllTAl'S"i T
NOW
S Fred Cummings i st-ythiag from aherse: mill and
1 liigbwayof tin- Kait: < goes: , : ;: Ii |I the largest brick plant in

4 Oast.! Thf town l I.. Owner and Manager I Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage: Clean and Warm and l-i>vvt-r up to -WMtioToO power ant. Drug Co. I I the South arc located at Lake Helen. L'sLANL', n.\.

!ooatdontli.- I la IIiitx ijl 1 degrew of sped from canter
; ; a
I Homes. A Good Place Rest
;; to Drags, Stationery. ORANGE CITY
: Itlver ntul ICOODHCtcd I- ;: :u a tuo-nile-a-tiijniite! clip. You will]I j ClothingFurnishiugsj
: Play Pool Now I' Huyler's Candies,
with the
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PORT ORANGE I No one of Daytona's attractionsperhap ; probably! catch the spirit; wh :n yo::, Kodaks The principal attraction around
lienlnaula oppaiit.- Checks Givens Cigars
I liyn bridge. ;;, commands more nearly un; uo the roads and the beach are yours KLANI, h"iA.A. Orange City is the many handsome ShoesI's.Isi.FWKL

The town !.. .....-11 BEACH I versal attention and praise than doe: -: Myrtle Ave. and Beach St. ,i;j The Florida sunshine is fretthe:', I golden orange groves. The town is

laid out and has! the artistic cottag(s. The owners o C .! t.\! j'(!>1\iA!.>.!. .! -.!. 5; balmy ocean breezis are free, th;' I supplied with water said to be the.
ri&ny prttty hoim-s. Lots for Sale these charming villas} hail from evercorner ;' squirrels) : ; in the
-- - t>:rus and and flowers arttrve : K. IOODAll purest world, another attraction
A large numl.T of Liberal TermsAllowcd ................ .... .
tourists and winterroKW for t,1 the country and they brin;; *.. : : the: sparkling fountain ater i i-- to visitors. It is at Orange City i

-nts! iuak Port IMPROVEMENTSOcean their own architectural plans an j.: When You Are Looking for ':'rte and you will have to go dears The that passengers over the Florida East

winter hcadQtuirters build upon them and as the arch; : wallet for coin for Coast
,, Orao or River : Some One to Do .iito your only Leading Ry. transfer to carriages and ,
Sflk< of the FISHINGroimnlont I ''ecture of one section of the countr.- : .. ,ato I "t'-vvral attrartlen'I to Anto- differs from the architecture of
I llnR! the f xollvntfishlQR. uobll.rtn-.- Cour..v another : TbS: Is; i.o fanciful t picture; it':,; ul rounded by land peculiarly adaptedto :
and Bridge. so do our homes differ noutward Electrical Work IhL.\SLI.II'L.\. the cultivation of I>A
\ 1 i.vix- It io drawing other thousand: : citrus fruits. I I I
Apply to and _
dtstanteivest appearance structure -- ---- _
short
i A WM. C. HOWES I J .iiid h/dnp: them futhralled. it \\1: ]I = -

:af I'ort Orani Ac.-ut beauty from one another. There ar L' : :a.trm and hold you Come and see: .i I :...................................................:
t i.ra tbe remains of Port Orange!: Fla. no monotonous rows of strikingl l:" : PHONE 14 !
1..e old unluwton .
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l similar build'ngs but the eye as ; .

.1 I: ..-;1r ar by Is mill visited hundrdHof, a t-v.T.v phu.it -.- Purt Orange s-wVeni;change by is which treated keeps to a the kaleidiscopic uuu': JFORLAWTHE t. "From the Grove: to the Table" THE DAILY NEWS !

I : INDIAN RIVER: GRAPE .
i -.arUU. (>n.- tin' OYSTER CO. ...soudithgVhat next?" : .

t i i it I ltht.C0UntrYw.t I)_ 111P1)NT I It i is no, only the exterior of man: : ELECTRICIAN. t FRUIT AND ORANGES .. .
.
lrltu-..'. surrounding I
( : Port 2 GroAM
k tirow.r *iiid l'i1ir of eh' ** homes which rivets alter on the Halifax.
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t' rull: was a vast th.old In- OYSTERS andCLAMS I tion"I'h.n; they are models of ttteuivnce l' : Best Prices Best Work : The finest quality of fruit for safe' : Gives Away !?=rso r _e ose :

t f di\ll and sugar oane Pt. (Iris IUZ ..tnnnWMI \ and the finishing and fun: L' ': NORTH BEACH STREET in sm'jie hoxes or (par lots. Special I : names were mentioned in the *

r i ,l.luntatlnn.The mill iShing jive evidence of the elegant C. : attention' paid to filling orders. Eve
I operatedxten- ........ .................I. : r y Day previous day's :
wan -
\: ? I and cultivation of those who worke: MUNROE & STEVENS paper _
Iir
early
s.tveiylnthost' C. HOWES\ {
IiI I It all out. Indeed, it is the iutenu uSIeISII1S1.IsIIUiIsiiisj I GROWERS: ANP SHIPPERS. .
niabut bas t..ton I : .
I I'u;%u.*' for forty orIS.'ty Real Estate :, .lf .lugeme>nt and artistic furu.sh.; JOHN }P POLL1TZ : Four Tickets the
: : Office' Next; to the fdgcJl/ood: H: teJ, [to Crystal :
: :y -ars. and stiHdms.: more than the t-xter.o

A very Interest: Insurance i .-.Pit al1'nu! that t gives: a surpass L : : U S - : Theatre and Merchandise :

drive i. I liy from ocean l>u>l 1M tou:a.'I.I l.lo l.i IOT.Pt1JLI i i.liarm to Daytona homes. Thi-. :' : : Suchard Chocolate .U ..!...!.... !' '!'!-'!\! .... ,!..,, !.! !.!.!,'! : Order for 25 :

I th" approuoli oi Port Oran\l:... u.s.S. ture Justly: merits prou ineine! ;u=. i- : 5 and lOc CakesMcDonald's .. cents.on some 0 .

I ':.. Port lira n. other wom'er. : GITTENS MESSING : : local store. -
I 1 r; :>'. aeroti... ...........a..I.I.. i : : : : : : :

I I I'i mid t !I. uthrtiiJk.li S. 0. MARTi Streets and Pavements the 1\1 sand t U.ISI..... .I..i.IWI.I.I.i i. : (. Freshf'ish :. .

,. I..... :;.; t II.- i S est. "' -, : -===-:-: ::--==-- ::---=: -------- --- =- -- :::::::-=: :
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:" ; 01\ "Itnl:" to t!.' [( iiraI5Merchandise, Why th* Architect of the t';... -'. U LstabUheJ 1903 1 :

.!--I.1 I tho.1' "' .. I ;; chose to give: Daytona the rno>t ..'1 : CHAS M McDONALD, Propr.etor : and Rose Bay. Oysters % : Watch tor them---your name maybe : :
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'-. I : : I | !.>. the! iu 's: i Ii> i-tuitrsiiue La' .: .- : Railways, Boats Bu.lt Repaired : : aft.t oo Sojth JB'j c i Suttt 4 ;

:1:11 1\ .trlne1''. tilI I:,ituiaud. -ti' :"oo Port Orange. n.l. I IMNNfffl ;> aotti:.-: o? : :: '.:..' :. .-* of the S c. ;: : and: .Massed.I II PhoneS i r .-.L: S 5 i next. i
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-. MOVEMENT[ { FOR[ GOOD'ROADS, I I; balconies while rEd fire and cheers ; WhY' I is the rule reversed:" II I II.
of were very much in evidence. These "I think I can explain that.srtd a PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA
I resenookin) In the
man corner.
;: I III
I fy.of STETSON .b Y- URGED D BY m I CANDIDATE.C 1 to shake hands with the three TO?"', "In medieval and later pounds abroad
lar Dorpianti wore i meu were In the custom of wearing I SMYRNA is situated fif
it. UNIVERSITY sword I NEW miles sooth of Daytona ORANGESIf
1 :Mrs.Charles D. Detkwith and The sword was worn as It is
lice DzLAND.II'LA ZUBER SAYS VOLUSIA' COUNTY now on the left side Consequently and is an ideal spot reached you want tbe
Four oollegeand 6 Charles: Jr., M hs. Harn-on D. Swi s,, in drawing their weapon: it was done i from Daytona by a hard surface road \.'r\o o l I..t Orangenppl
Tt'Cbll1cal EQUIpment Bchowl.. SHOULD DO EVERYTHING POSSIBLE .I' and Harmon, Jr.; :31 Us :31. K. Ch. p. with the right hind and to get quickly I winding through one of the most picturesque > lit
cot I of Florida. Point Grove
B.he B.d Ing nearly ,1400(0). ; mJ.nIiS3: Van Wagner Benj Kya.la upon guard a man had to hare his With parts backto 1
its ancient ruins dating
Endowment Faculty of 40*;WUJUUQ PPr'frssore ) FOR HIGHWAY BETWEEN 'id Mrs.: Rjall, Mrs.: Geo. C. Otis, right side to his opponent: hence the a time when the history of man dl.in forthettedtnndln-fln'rOr.n' I. I
and ln.strnctors. ; Chiropody manicuring and hairdressing :Mrs S. Denis. Daniel: J. deary, :Mr. custom of keeping to the left. runneth not, interlaced with wiresof the best lath : f
HERE
in but non.Reclrn Christian at the Comfort Shop. 57-6t i AND ST. AUGUSTINE. and :Mrs.\ F. W. Wolfe :3Ir. and :Mr "In America when every man carried : : the modern: telegraph and telephone ..tat.Grove.., I I
.vn I: his life In his hand on account of !av- its miles of shell streets as situated Mm
Teaching -- Editor Daily Xev\s.-I see that the C. D. Vincent, 3Ir. and :3Irs. Geo. K.Koyce. y
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FortnforniaUon. lr L. II. Thompson went to Jacksonville I age Indians all men carried guns The hard and smooth as a floor and over- from Daytona .0.-
address: Robert Humphries. F. U. the Day tona-N w
of Lincoln Saturday afternoon with the county commissioners of St. Johrs easiest and most: natural way to carry M. arched by hoary forest giants that Sm>rna Road.
Halley, J } expectation -I Vincent Mary Darker, :Mary Dr.s-:
county are interesting themselves either grew in stately grandeur during the ,
rend Ph. ll. LIt&D, I in a gun afoot or mounted. Is over Prices Moderate
LL, of spending a week or more coIl Col. and Ms. John J. Taylor: lapse of centuries New
bygone
D. 1 good roads for the east: coast. I hope I the left arm with the muzzle pointed I FERD !
[bw> President 'i i 1 1J. M in- that city. I the county comniissioneis! and our :\lrt3. C. C. Jennings :Mrs. F. F. i outward, and It takes but a very slight Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANN i

Board of Trade here wiU take this Moon: :31rs E. ,\. Dupuy, Geo. 31.3Iarlette : | movement to throw the butt againstthe and rest. ProprietorSTATEANK i
fcpJn&- -Hot baths. Hooper's Barber Shop. : 3Ir. and :Mrs. James H. right shoulder. For that reason 1
J. I. PERKINS i matter up with, the St. Augustine All nature here is very inviting to I 1I
--- the early settlers kept to the right of
Baker
Beckwithand
and lastly Chas. D.
i people and I the tourist and Here
push this road .through pleasure-seeker.
D. Upshaw. conducted the services :
fun Will Harmon the road so their weapon could instantly -
to D. Swits. who were re- too be found the best and i
I success. This read could easilybe R. is to fishing
[ted t at the First; Baptist church, be brought to bear on any
the Attorney andCounsellor 4 i both morning and evening, Sunday carried through by Orniond. cross sponsible for the affair. mark that was necessary."-Philadelphia hunting in the state of Florida.

jverane j And also preached at Seabreeze In ing ,the Tomoka somewhere near the I Times. } The people are thrifty the business -

at Law .: lie afternoon. Thompson creek striking the old HE WON THE HOUSE. men enterprising and all unite ,

stage road and going through the I Romance of a Shadow.It in extending the welcome hand of '
|ith t Harwood the old Ned Harrigan's Plea at-a Critical; PointIn is hard to believe that a shadowis
tract going by SpanIsh
,
( Phone 2S! will call for your cleanIng hospitality to strangers. There are
lay Will PractUe la I i 1 and prising. tf BURNETT. forts and sugar milLs, crossing: a Play. probably the orljrln: of all astronomical FU'Hfl'I five church edifices for white peopleand
of Btate "':{ Bulow Edward narri;::Mi once said that the geometrical and geographical sci- 1i
and I at where
1 J } it would intersect i
for the colored 1i
*&* FederalCourts 1 ,. i Green's island. most trying moment in hH theatrical I ence. The tip.t man who fixed hi* an equal number i
steamer Cherokee carried I
The a : has excel-
career oo-unvd in New OrSwius: soon t staff perpendicularly in the ground population; the town an I
1 1DELAND. large number of excursionists upon I There is a road nearly through after the civil war. He had ;gone south I and measured its shadow was tbe earliest lent high school. a splendid public
5Uttry t. the Tomoka river trip Sunday, and on this; line and there its marl and I with his company sihd. yielding cml"I computer of time, and the Arabof library, and up-to-date bnsiness

[ FLA. ;"j .: the Uncle Sam had a large party on shell, which if graded would make it I what to popular n*iue!.t. put on "The today who plants his spear hi the houses.
hieon
f.. the' regular Sunday trip to Ormond almost a hard surface road and I Blue and the (Sriy.: The play( had sand and marks where the shadow There are any number of pretty
In the afternoon. would be the shorten and most direct been n XUCI-ONS up north but down falls I is his direct descendant It i is I
: I homes for the
[the WRIGHTINSURANCE I route, and would sue a magnificent south. with the air *tfull\\ uf the bit- from the shadow of a gnomon that the permanent population.
W Now is the time for planting view and a most attractive I termof tilt \\ar, it was a d.uifrorouseiKTim early Egyptians told the length of the which numbers close to 2,000. and I Ieb
arc Cherry Laurel live fence Box 89. dm'eway. I Mit. Tony Hart Wits to represent ' year. It is from the shadow of a gnomon some very fine winter residences. A
J I I the Confi-diTite gray 'II he hunted that the inhabitants of There are good hotels and boarding '
ted j 46-12t This would be a better route than
AGENCY I up n uniform of the LmiUi.iua TI- Egypt still measure the hours of'UPPt'r"1 houses where you can find accommodations ; I
cras i .. I the peninsula as it would bring pea per. :and ashen lu came: manning on. for a water wheel In this F. to meet your requirements. I NEW SMYRNA
read the News
It pays to Daily ple to the Daytona side who would I I
-- .talwnr. hmcl"'Crn< the typicalsoldier gnomon is a Ihurra stalk supported on
young;
PIt : Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a i JOHN: T HMMONDI'r.
day. If Mss: Winifred Kingston I here and it
every never come otherwise
I tiny in the U'lou-d uniform the forked uprights and points north and -.11I..nt I
DeLand, Florida will call at the Daily News office i iwould, be detrimental Sea- the I section of vegetable land as can be
not to in
'u I house ii'cn! and W\lIIII'n. .Inured and south. East and west are peps (;il I O L. BR\NNING I
ty.nts. before tomorrow night she will I breeze and Daytona Beach for they fchouttnl :and cried for all their herovseiubiHlicd ground evenly marking the space: of $ I found anywhere. This land has been e.I i-h"'rTransacts
i . with tickets I I earth between sunrise and sunset. Ina I divided into small farms which can 1
be presented two to II i would naturally go there for bath in this Ian}'. Il.irrijran.tand: a ( ,
OLDESTLARGEST a '' I land of Constant sun-bine: n shadowwas : i be bought at reasonable Someof I
ants the Crjetal theater. ing.: :M. H. ZriiKIt.INCW I log in thein;'->* in hi>* northern blue. prices. General I a
: NX'iitin_ t<. u'" '.tl. luul j fist thmipht: the primitive chronometer. It the finest celery grown in the stateis I I
Launch. Zuza, for charter for I YORK PARTY ARRIVES; I. -"They'll Iill I ] r.e:-- Thou<< lIt' stepped was also the primitive fOttrule.-wn. fcxn: raised on this land. All other vegetables Banking t I i

td and BEST i t i. fishing parties. Apply Seminole ho- RECEIVES WARM RECEPTION.I c ut. the CHt1.4 tlHleut! of the t'IIC'Ulanl don T. P.'s Weekly.: I II \ grow in abundance, and here, I I Business .

lug /Itel. 56 s m w s i i. cord' cl"lIl -ilcufe } upon the I : : : too. is the home of the famous Indian 4 Per Cent Interest ton
I I As the ."..:;((1 p, m Florida Spe, inl i house :Nut a li:ind w.'fd for him Picked a Good One. i i I < River oranges. I' Time IfepositsI I II I
that The acdicuie with euiotiou. If determined to live and diea i
For Florida The Rambler which came" in from pulled, into the local station Sa.ur- ws: tciist you are
1U- and there t'as 'nlstn. l Hstaiit to .u't slave to custom .see that H; is at I
St. Augustine Saturday afternoon d.1)it had unions its, many pat-sen- - -
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FARMS if the pl.iyIH to "In' :1\.1. Il.irrlp-an, least a gwd one. ;
thCs. from gets Hon. Geo. M. Uostwuk, 11 Oil.
with a party of excursionists t .
lug kindly, good lt> ti::ltg. came: swiftly
GROVES that city and remained over Sunday A. Weber and Capt James Itea..e. down: the front and --- --- -- -- I j.................................... ................. I II
to stepped over
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ICS, TIMBER or departed this morning oa her I". S. A., all of Schenl'Ct
Ito- TRUCK I: return to the Ancient City. Waiving with their: large touring; thorn. Tor the love of l 1:1\.11., won't t R. H. MCDONALD : The Co.

LAND cais to escort them to the Saratoga: I. >'ou give! the Yankee a hand': ?" be extlainicd. I I Joseph Zapf

ItenItch vend for Hnrgaln t. Dr. J. C Herman. Oateopith. 20 : I Inn wt'rlII oa. Chas. I). UeiKw ,th .\t one e t tin- house was caught MEATS t _
HlHCttO.IHE Volusii Ave, Daytona, Phone 40. tf. and lIon. ilim-on: D Salts: of :Srhenivtady : and till the jM-ntup furling turned the t JACKSONVILLE. FLA. :
J led ;. : ago James II. I'.aker's car ofSarattsa right way. There was a yell of ap-- Florida and Western : : .

lost: GOULD- s Miss I Florence :Mitchell of Chicago Springs, X Y. The colored plauc. .: The Choicest Steaks and .* I it, Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor :

lab- Ill., :Miss Eloise! Smith, of Diy- d Oiphan's band cupitU cue: 1 1I
WHEN CO t RULE OF THE ROAD. The Primest Roasts t house in Florida. Sole distributors for :
tona Beach, and1iJ: ;-; Atkin, of car and led the process; thrown; I j
.
ndtle i XeYork State, art recent< additions I{ Volusia avenue and Reich! str 'e"', I i I.* .. L Celebrated Beer :
I i iSI la, FIjA, ; !I Decided Abroad by the Sword and T phone u- wliitou want n\H w"Ill"nd *' i : Anheuser-Bush
I Upon arriving at the hotel the ..... *
to Mrs.: Katherine" Millar's: ]: "'()r to that you t.-t tt I
h Hero the Gun.
by
fly force at the Comfort Shop oa Heath: ;i band war stationed near: the s'eps Seteral tnm'lt'rsere seated In the .,; I'hon Ail; i.i Special attention is called to the :
the THE ; street j and amid the strains: of *Star: *. *. : ORDER DEPARTMENT.
hotel lobby dlsxu.4f1;.: the difference- '' MAIL :
IJanner" and 'l tot Time in i i
[ 1 Spanned POULTRY I
to Ju customs l.f thearlous couutrkthey :
GORDONGARAGE Beach cottages, fully furnished, the Old Town Tonight," the honored I .. I
ncter 1 o had vMted. "What struck wens TU* '"nrU-r>oul"u\" >-ouroi Jr tli It t
low rent north Hotel Clarendon. Apply -; arrivals were greeted b> the wavy !' most iws'uliar alm .id." said om. I. Utl. ohmtru! ha01 ,"tttiu: J : Price lists wills be cheerfully furnished. :

Cherokee cottage, opp wmdmil.:. !'!itMt who" "I't> : .atu>ii:' 'd tonn i j "Is the l'ust.1U: t'f' kivpiiiK to the left th- ,oiiou1 s ..... ...................
te. : ..... .................... ...
thud The Sl-tf I z.''nth tm the lai-f: porch and oa th" instead of the right as use du InTe. I....................t..... I.

DeLandHeadquarters


ten by I I Automobiles for rI ii ::1



byd I Maxwell t:NT FOIL Tour- FAG r WNGHAMMALFY M PA Y1


14ed j ing Runabouts Cars and :; :



CO. .\rthur(J. Hnmlln Iii Iiis
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not Counsellorsat Law pt't'L.TN1t i I. I .



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ClothingFurnishings i I:' your hall needs attention.. We can show )

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nt IsC Shoes r.t:t r.t ': a'' you now a nice assortment of Hall ; '



sty- ,t- L Racks from 20c. to $26.00.; I -!


std f) LY, k It is so much easier for the housewife to keep the house



d t.IIELeaD -'... in order if coats hats and umbrellas arc neatly placed on I

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'LOKI I.A the rack in the hall instead of scattered on chairs and floors. II ::

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.. ". You may need a new Hall Runner there also or a large I II I ::::


EWSl. f Rug if you have room. Also a nice pair of Portieres or a I


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i Draught Screen. ....
persons whose Jfntioned

in- --the o.*. '. We make to order the finest of Window Shades Don't I I a I


|aper -. -. ..... put up with the nuisance of poor shades and bad working II' I I 1 ; }


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... (rt 4 THE FURNITURE HOUSE UNDERTAKING PARLORSbriRIDA I.

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: j Page four THE DAYTON\ [DAILY NEVYSII .

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. THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Peninsula Variety ': .11 _


liii II I r Anthony; Brofhersj; 1 day Published, from every December evening 1! to except April 1 f, jn-by Store ;I i WE SELL, ; i ''! i: -H''


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

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T. E. FITZGERALD Editor.C. Exceptional M(.n' > suing iI A -
I : lubricating oils on the market. .
I I CLOTHiNG 1 S. HARRIS. City Editor.: Enamel Vn.u: -Ware in I o ..

I HARRY L. ROOD Adv. Manager: F.

: i GEO. F CROUCH. Superintendent. Japanese China I i WE REPAIR i. ... Ll

.1 Entered as second class matter Laces .
I t: GENTS' FURNISHINGS December 1, 1910 at the po-toffic' Ribbons i : Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. : .. Greatly EmSit

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at Daytona; Florida under Act of .
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: Opposite Webster'sGroceryStore. .
j March 3, 1879. i .
i SHOES 1 Seabreeze !rve. .

1 -- -- - -- Auto .
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i Central
Garage.
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t STORES AT I Daytona, 0 r mend, Titusville Daytona Florida. I ..................................................... .
I 1 I Palm Beach W. Palm Beach. t . : FmnurrNO

t0_ ._..._.._..0_.NOOO.0..N.." ONN.N.ON.NN..NNNI : Complete Machine Shop :...o+c..o.o ...e.o....o.a..+o+..........: :........

I 1 .NN.....++.....+..+......++....+..+..........+....* : Clarendon d Garage G g C Co REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS BY : ; .- -
A COMPETENT: MACHINIST. .o. -- =<-- .*.:
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2 t OPPOSITE HOTEL CLARENDON. SEABREEZE, FLA. f Toast Your Bread in 2 Minutes :
t f i i; By Rail and River. 1 T
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i : .! AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. (7' 1'lIo.n"l wi..I. E'u'lIal'g.'all .. .. ts I i T

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i 'ATLANTICCOAST LINE. I :;.\I, i: iii. iiiii l ii"...i..i.. i.:."' ......ii.r;;; and pit for-an--hour-on the c.ty: -; li.t.i: .. ...

beni'h and lister. to the conversat: 0 ELECTRIC TOASTERS 0
JUST GOSSIP I IBY .
Not only are ques>t.ois of vital importance I All dc
Best-Service to the East I
THE GOSSIPER. ;: to Daytona and vicin tv ANDIRONS

[.cute Jack onvfllr . i1qa.nt.) :1' uuir'uuuussuu' ...uinus..uu...nlli.nnt I brought up discussed:: and settled at: S. selected f J Jf
Palmetto Limited. Arrlvrl+;utannab... ..:::::: ::: ll.aia.ni.: :
e 1 .. Aueuaa... ... ..... ... d.ai Ip.tu. these daily sessions of the o old-tinn !! help used
.. needs .
Daytona
DAILY. Carrying through Coaches, r t'burlr!'lon :....... ... ... i.:.' p.ul. a good band.Vh.le but every subject of state, natioi.m '
s Ktchntond.... i.1lu.nt. the new Board of trade is talking J with all t
I IDeetric-Light Pullman Drawing Room :: ICnthlntton. ::::::.::::: +Lrina.ut.: : and internationrl disputes: touched i
.. I| J. B. GARRISON The Electrician. Phone 71 .
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about something for entertainment
Keepers, Dining Cars. Jacksonville to .. Btltllllor. .. .. ....... ".1 lI.m.
upon by the bench statesmen who : finest Ch
New York. .. t".York.W. Yhllxdelphln..I1s5x.tu.. .. .."" .. ...... 150pm.:) for the winter visitors here attten- usually know what they are talking I ... ... J
tion might be called to the fact that I : SummeConcei
r Hew York and Florida Special. I t ally Except MUmhl). No.kv there is nothing that about, and President Tarts cabinet -
Deserlptlon of this pjpulnr train df Lux-, I*ave JI"k.IIIt'! ........ ............. 1.111 p.m. can quite take might get some valuable informationand ...o..o+e+e............+e+e........................ :4.......r
I".nnlh ............. .. ....... 5.'''' p.m. the place of open air concerts by a I :
of Pullman ::
This train consists! 1'rawing
i I (,hulrston.... .... .............. p.lII. suggestions if a representative:
t Boom, Mate Room Bleeping. Dining and Li good band. The Halifax frontis
ArrivrRlchmnod. ........................Sarlx.m. river BOND LUMBER COMPANY !
('lIn. hrattd l h y steam could be down here for !
brary-Observation ( .. ..... ... .. .... sent a con
I with the new highspeed brakes.and .. \\ "hlniiton: . .. .1. '"')1t.1II. a splendJd place for holding open .........I
t ta equipped brilliantly throughout: hy electricity ltltllllort'..........................ll..r.; 11.11I. ference. It's ore of the best places Manufacturers of .
special lights bring pro'ldt'd'for each :: Nt't'"t IhIlHd..II'IIIII: _........ 1.6 p.m. air concerts, the weather during th>. .S
in to "get wse.
town :
:
berth affording perfect comfort In writing ew' f ork PrnnP H. H.8J' .. most of the winter nioathsis' ideal ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER .
for reading at night. hta1th Atr? :t.d !oIt. : S..5tp.lU.\ - -- -
the people here would appreciate this j Laths Shingles Flooring Ceiling Brick. Lime and Cement in Stock Sttic r
Lt'IIVt' Jactr onvllle ............. WHEAT MARKET STEADY; : .
Florida and West t Indian Limited. (Arrivc.. MIl1"ftnnllh................. iI.158.OJ.1u! p.mDAILY. kind of entertainment and the only I I < > > arid Yards Kakt ('o".t Hull-war and Oranji-\o' ..

Carrying& Through Coaches, I (Augusta.hurlt''ton.' .. ...... ............ 5.1f1p.lII.flJ.np.III': ; thing needed is the band. There is PRICES: SHADE HIGHER. I i 'Phone 83. R. MALBY.. Manager. j0I | ..

Electric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room' :: Itchlllond.! ................ 5.11111.111. unquw>tionably plenty of musical tal-I CIIICOGO. Feb. 6-The wheat mar; ..................................................... .
\\ IIsbln ton... ... ... ... 11.111
Seeping& Cars, Dining& Cars. Jacksonville t .. Bllltlmort' .. ............W.IIIl.m.n.m. en& in the city to organize a ket opened steady: today with prices ..
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t : '. hIH .. ......... lp.m. band, the members to be selected I a shade higher, easing: off later on 1 .
to New York. "t'ork.... .. ......... .. 1J0; p.m. .
from among the residents and lack of demand. :May was quoted at i

1 Coast Line Florida Mail. 1.t'1t\"f' Jltd.om'III.. .0......... .. ..'.>:> p.lII. ists and such a musical tour'I'I $.03: 3--I. Provisions( were duI: and : ..
/ .\rrl1'It"lIn lilt h....... .. .......1 f1t.1II.. .
I DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches I ,, (.lIlIrt..ton... ..........5,11".111. would probably be more firm with cattle five to ten cents 0I .th.l i
t tl'hIllOUlI .... ...... ...ir What's White HejPa
+ and Electric-Lighted Drawing Room ,| :: .. .. II'.IO. at this time than any other kind of higher .
Sleeping Cars. Jacksonville to "ew York.! .. ittltttutn: :; :n .:::.::.....I:L;:runt. a society that could! be formed t<> .

Stops! at :Meal Htatlons. \. :: N.:w l.'h Turk ItIIJlhll...... .....0.........a.tta.m..1:1..111. i help entertain the tourist Let's State: Snow.In g Tht. H t'rtn'II
Local Jacksonville to annah i in II'
if Sleeper a> :
I triulv: this matter over and see if "r( o1al! tterniniscences of Henry I
Best Trains to the West. Irvinj;** linrni Stoker lets: his readers .
there isn't! talent enough in Ii>?ona ; : lUse .
I to form a good band. I into the M-wt <.f liv the tu.\v S ar.I |

N"-. .... in "'flat> COINK.UI irothers".IN I .
o g! South Atlantic; Limited; No. t. altttl.:te1 Montgomery Route No' I : : ; I I scene .IUIAI.I..I.
I .i7ttt 'iiia.1ttpm'Ls
i made so l'fft..tht.: of spending your time sweating over a
,; The day utter tomorrow i i-* the "
'i In'.I.011\ ..\r v.tSptn. rtrpm 1 I.v Jxckouvillr.r. ...' 'autr tim, 'S:.t for the annual sits t'ct.tin!, ,\11 over the :atee \\.IS a thick t.tH!: hot stove these hot days trying to get Ii .
'I IIJIM"IIIr. . .\II.l\lItll LvI".:i'n. ".:.I/l1II .\1' Inlltlnll"'r I. ( ket of snow! ujule' :i>id rlNteniiit:: : I IT
r 8.iopu, Ar. ..inui-ull.,. 1.\' .o 1111I I!.Lipw .\r aI rill III It hlUIi ..",. Liipn, :i and all urtei in Itaytoi.a are urged 'I the winter suui ,'Pii." vv that! : i Ii1:, s.. i the family ironing done on time when i ..
1.tl6am1', ludinuq.lii.I I.v .IIIulII I i.inpin \r \IH"ll\ill.': L" I'n.... | too: to the poll: and do tllI'r: d'1tyius thick that tvti-'t'.I. .. .
H.tiplllr 'IIII'II1UUU .1.\ "J-Intll 1.111"r Itn.vule: duelists. Miipi>ed you can buy an
I.v ;t." '
11t 7.Itaut) . 'bkllgo .I.v 1I"-dl'OI I ,.'11 III"1' .t. I.ullh . 1.\ xtttptu ant ;i AnuTuuii ciiens! by l'ls'in tl.t'.r and orated std fa-... to face tli''.\ : iI e. :
I.\r. \1'1'41111Ir, t'iiIeocu. .. .. LY .
"
:111"11o. | lIaUouup the whom e .
men their j each secured ;< tinner footh! < !4I| I y
toiisvu'!! 'tes MV will Iu the nits' IT- clearing; it a wa.Of; waryw"!i.l.-rl'' I AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRON i ..
IIj. Dixie No. t.1. N': .
Flyer Route I ,, I :':! Seminole Limited Nr' :Ir :. .
;i ted tt properly adm nS: t'I' the mti- j efftvts: this suv< waJKTI.II: !!: i'N t!:.- r-,;,
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,, ; III. I- j ni.Mpal alt.nrs.Vho wilt be win- strouye; ; und mutt il:1prt''sh'r.: ; > ::.i : FOR '
.!:! pm I.\" Jark-olltllI: > .\rl !:+I.11I I xptpm I.v J.k..n' ..,.. I .
t Iu.bpn I.\r... .. 1t'ttceru.. I., .1.111,1111 111.1.1111I \1' \\'II ..1110. .1.\-\r .1/111I' I! net< ill the rare i is drfI'II't: ; to pn--1| ity. The public could: t never i iia;: .:::i i'ie! .
t ro
a .ru :t"1 +
7 etttuni.lr..tlltltlrt. ; I.,' ..! "m I I /..:u /111I \r \IIIIIII 1.\ I.?::)ltlll ; dut at th:s time, but it iaife toi iI | how It t\':w done.: It. was !i yv
H.ClIIIIII\, ..Ivau-tiii.: \' In :;...t...'Ilm I :!I :'rtuu \r Uirmllljhlllli 1.\ '.a",1I1I' COtl"'tc" salt-whk-h; was white in the .
., a.ixunt'.Ir..M. . ...... lth'II. ):u. .. 1.\ :! 1'11I .1.1:1111: \r .. "III"H:4> . 1.\ !t.I.II."II I .ay there w.H be some disappointment I I I .
:! \ !' (>u.- LvI.r pin l ) 7.r 1'1111I \r. .. .:01. Loui, . Lt II'Ipm I felt 11111'\.Ilot..1 light :and glistened like real .
f the
I : by iuijorit: ot the ------ snow. There were tons of it. A crowd $3.75
y For Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or WriteA. I when the result of the to ing I of men sto**! redy: in the win;s with 1 -I-1 ..
has been announced .
XX'ednesday !
little l, .
W. FRITO. Divisioa Pass. Ajt. W. D. STARK. Traveling Pass Afit.JACKSONVILLE t. night. ajr; ::ase: trp-k-s !:nh :i<; are n> .wus .

,t ,138 WEST BAY STREETSeminole . . . . .1 4'tJ iu the corridors! of crvat hotei-. .
FLA. .
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I > Bient! with ruM,,T wi.-ls.! I'll tlieiuwere / .
I
The first action taken by the new 1'idt.unutlt"sad.! .... fttaf: .
I - ---- j ;great : : These are the Standard Laundry Irons and are il ili .
f Hoard: of Trade at !ittm. '':ns FrWaxevening salt. U'lieti the i;:nal "alltlll'Y: iu-i! .

Limited I Steamers U.S.A.Constitution. was one which goes to show !:' ej in on all sides t'adl t,> his app|,..iut- i for sale by .........<

SOLID the :Major and City Council that: Daytona !i iI ed spot. rind tQlllhl,1! | out his I I".. TRAIN
AND. IH>\\- has an organization of thrJuen Kpreidin it etd'uly! with: great vviu-
I ....!.I.fSteam <
Electric Lighted Throughout.CHICAGO I bt! ::::>iitess wlj'ch i* ou the look bladed wooden s"ii' "\t.i ly." Iii
I The Schantz Electric Iceji! .
ol5 Cfy14jlROFO I i ouf: to see that this town is run !r tth7: Box Office. ..

u I are now running betweenDAYTONA right, and that when the- City Counj j Ticket Steller--I.w| 1IIlIlY'b: \'ut- .
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oil passes an ordinal! e which has for piitiui and Water Co. .

and i'ls object the boos:ill; and upbuildiiu :, t?,: 'ther. I' I .
ot the city the )lay .. ;hall see that: j .
PALM BEACH Feb. 6 In AMerican History. .i.. NaNl.NN ea...eN.oNNN a.as. N.eiN.ttl NNNf3 .
I the ordinance is fiito.Xfd A motion
: I i 1.FrlIlf"e: offchilly' ) aeknctwledgc.lindepeudeuce / .
!; !parked at the na't.en: ;: way to tl.o ,'litvt '-
: Leaving Daytona Saturdays and of I'tiitod States ,n: i iprotuiMtl : ,
\ ST. LOUIS th.ithe: Major be asked lo ,'utoive : .
Tuesdays at 8:00 a. m. : au : allil11t't"! : a dec-is.t. .i i3Nl69C+ N.a....Nee- e90ii03.GOvleQtO. .
: the ord'naiitf: reatinn! u Slit :
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'i t-t tilt ill the Itvx'lutiMi.ISirj :
AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. bound South.
.111'0\\:1.:! HI i and, tra-li! .
4 papfr.! :" .;:: -Uerii-ril; : J1;.ito! I'mwn t:.'rttntr.1 ?""". .
tutI'al.Olist reet. inn.. t\"inn,'i i.il i I''i'..,rig" I 1 111'-1 i I"' 'ilnl- "Hit,h'"f|1'0'" Leaving Palm Beach Saturdaysand vauU :ard: "''ii the >m'<': -. It',., itt t 'IIlIfl..b'rlt: suI.Ii'r.. ('IIII.t Southern! .

HfClllnii.' t ''i Hi t, i .I.i I 'mm ." Tuesdays at 9:00: a. m. 'IK li !t'-t that il'tlit' Ma>'.ir d I."'"-'i i't Slitvfiutiir: r.tu 'le-.ru'; :a'i1e'Venior RailwayNORTH. i Ml

I.t..bn'i.-nlttt. l Itr-' i I I'I": '. |I'i. InAr. .nAr. .. bound NorthREPUBLIC t.,[ od! pr"inptlto Mi% 'reiiffti.i'iu : if that ,t..te. l li..rl: o.

Fur. I'll."U"-! pm"-. 01 i i v ,it I ,n ,,-:nI..i''I n i.it-III I: ''' ' ''' I" :' t liiMtd, lie wII::: !':t'tr fr.al: dud li' H.1Ih ' : ) [EAST AM: I \\' lST: I :. .
ron !- ,.oId'! .- t h.1I! "c.niia.ttiou: :: : in niihty "short, or >7-Hear: Aditiirtill I !"-rt K.ni'z. \ Pal m 1

) I'u.II. I t-.\ :\ r\\.I..rk-net' h.I l l lKloitit.i I., .' \::... Ir01 F:.i. I '( der. It ought not to bt nec<'s>:irji ' S. \.. retired, veteran ot the civil ..

"- i fur a nut- organization to '\\itek"i was tlit'd111; ( 1SKI ; I. 14 == Fast Vestibule Trains Dailv == 4JACKSONVILLE ...I.....

.-- \\lil."I..I"I' I n | tact! i'.t>. laws !I... en oi\eJ: bin when i i
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t I ASTRONOMICAL, :EVENTS.:
y .c i_ DAYTONA AND i iuh a request| is made it would: bet tomorrow.) I Ro M .........i
i (From neon todfy to 11"11
1.. [ .01 ilg ] j ter b- looked after! in doabquid- .
ST. AUGUSTINE I II Sun sets 5-lt: rj::es C::ii: tno<'n seta: .
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0 , i i 1:40 a. ni.: planyt 1h.r..ury'biltl 3 .
The Attractive t Way Early in Fin n n' \ ..:..
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a. m., eastern tine all Jupiter's I prin- .
i >'ou want to know what :., !.;oin. 1 clpalatellltes: dost tll i placet: :No2 "The Florida 7:40 ..
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McCOY BROTHERS I Special" : a. m.
I'll i .I n and/ aiound Stet: to\\I< : lo: 1'I' on .a..t and! 4 on uc-t !'ei::: ;:: very urar.I r SituateOceau -!
North and West :The: Southern Southeastern Limited 9:00: a. m. are large tIN a i

O :' .......................... I : "The Florida Limited" 8-05: p. m. : I vice is adrt

South Atlantic Limited .t STEAMERS 1---------1 "The Atlanta-Jacksonville Special - 8:50: p. m. on appUcat
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Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. I

A solid through train daily j Uncle Sam and : STEAMER SWAN I.I i ii

For Cincinnati & Louisville Cherokee Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars to Atlanta, Asbvillc, Ciu.i>
Through electric lighted sleepers 0 t : LENGTH 150 FEET 281 TONS. Chicago Cleveland Colorado Springs, Detroit, Louisville and Nc* \''.'r .
0 I. I i i'ith iI i k. i ii :
To Indianapolis & Grand Rapids I l-i'U Till-' 1-\\1..1'1 _

r ,1 i 1i \\ excellent accommodations and servicr.: lighted by I i SOUTHERN RAILWAY [DINING I I CARS i iII r: Fresh milkAmerican ,

i El Dixie Flyer Tomoka I electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passengersis r.

0o now being operated betweenDAYTONA .
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Leaves Jacksonville 8:25 pm. : : .
A solid through train daily R II City Ticket Office, 108 West Bay Street Jacksonville; Florida II .SI......I
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ChicagoMontgomery : J IN- I. I.I MKhK: : 10 It. i PET" l II I
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k II Drawing room sleeper daily LEI
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'II and Intermediate Points through the Picturesque Halifax IN LttkCI: I J\'l AIl\ v. ,'," I .
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f I g Dining Cars >n all trains INLET AND i ii f and Indian River Route. I i .-.'I 1 -'to -B.-.." f' I: I ",\'. e \inlll." t. .. !I .........1

I I For full particulars address Leave Daytona Thursdays 8:00 a. m. : : I, ....... .._, .... ..... -'" ...... .' .... ... I i

T. B. WALKER Fla. Pass. Agent f Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8:00 a. m. : J f i

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0 I i..th 1It! tiE.Ts A\t) si I \ I ROOMS\ : .:,:"' iPrntonJ .
Louisville&NashvilleRailroad : l! I., _'_ I ..Ita.t"ne .
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ca ___ THE 'DAYTONA GAILY NEWS: ._ ._ PAge FIve

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.; ;a R ; c tfJ I Recent'' arrivals at the Gables; aMrs e ....1111.j111111.11..1N1.111101.11..111.............

. i' \DNEWS : \ A Brown Earl Brown Cleve .
HOTEL DESPLAND 1
: ,: | x .1: land Ohio; Mr\ and :Mrs Ro er Firm. i HOTEL CLARENDON i

[he best kinds of ,1 OF THE HOTELSThe Chicago Ill. ; . .

: r Daytona, Florida : ' : - :- -... :
et. : : -T' .. ..._*!rft)4.SEABREEZE;< : !
t ) I F. II. ; 'r"s..f. .
Kiser .
and wife of M Luau i '' FLORIDA
;\t NOW OPEN f !' J.J.t." .-..<;.-' .
t : ,i! kee and C. J, Warllenburg of Brook : :- !i'j -"' \ :

: i The regular meeting of the Ho:el 1 lyn; guests at the Oaks with a mini. : .1.=1[" Absolutely
0t -1 I; L. M. WAITE, :Owner and Manager. Mens Association of Dajtoii: will bar of I T-'E "' -,. l.t:. e1...c.:m.: : IUIHi"!.' : j
friends made
: a trip up th //R tl w .r
.!" be held the: : 1 .. '. r R; Wtu Fireproof f.
y condition. : : aliening at Schar.dv's: ho- j i Tomoka river Saturday.
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. i Greatly Enlarged. ::Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all tel. .

: :. Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern : i Now i
r Cuts Open
; : : at the Oaks arevheae enjoying!,:
I : Convenience. Send for Booklet. : Among thce registered at the _.Yw.;';'<,.. _" ......- i
.J t Despland are Z1 Bentod. Cle\"e' \DtI. fine evenings! ; by p'av! '111,4

age. ze01 ,, i CONCERTS DAILY i OV II L<1won.t1anta.. Ga. E .\ I bridge and whist on the spa('io:.b : Booking Seabreeze Offices:Florida E. L. POTTER, President .:

sum.'" Address. ATLANTIC' not'sK, Xarrae.m- Pi r. Uhod. Island' Clark New York R D Stewart De- poi hes From foir to sx tab'es : Hotel Blackstcte Chicago :
trot! :Mich 1130 Broadway New York W. S. KENNEY Manager
'', :....i1.eNN............fH..M..e..o.............: are occupied each evening .. ..

T1. < ............ oe..e.1.. -!!.!!. ee .e.._...._!...........
: II. II. Hogs. .Mrt\ II B. and John! -
..i NNN/01..eNei.Ni1o.N..e...................oN. C. Hogj make Late arm'ale: at the Oaks: 'mini.I .' 0 000009B 00 00l+ .C83Oirri"r10 a 1110Lec
; up a party from Parkersburg -
S'i i T Barber and wife, Mt Veinou, := =
W Va, who are stopping ; ted Most ; I
THE Ohio; Mrs .V D Reed InJiananolis Saratoga 1
: RIDGEWOOD i at the fUdge"! GOd uhi'e: enjoying .\le\ Cohen and wife :Martmsbui, \\' Spot en the Halfax River... ...
the Pleasant:; Florida weather.P.t .
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,1 \ a; F II Kiser and wife, MilAauki'Mi&seg \ : ,; JOHN J. McGUIRE, Proprietor. ,
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r E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. : :Minnie and Jennie [iJarnn t, TITE INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single: or En Suite with Bath No better m -
:'<:ent arrivals; at La Vergne :Jlan- "
Sumpter. S C; Itobt It Xob!e and = florida. Table of (he best of everything in season Terms as reasonable as +
0 : sian: :Mrs L Horne and son, O'aa: ;
d NOW OPEN. : : wife 11'intitead. Conn; JIis 1 C \',mKeuren t the service will permit giveu on application Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No, 112 I
Mrs J M :Mixson[ Mrs LV Edwards
TOASTERS : I Wilhston Fla FV Jamaica, : and :Mrs S J '"a.nKt.'urt"JI.'r/ ...0............. i8.OH--H..oooe..Sa".....ill..0
: ; Scott _
; All will be sey City, X J. -_- _ ---- = =.=L-- ---- - r'
IRONS departments managed by white Northern help, i X Y; D II Allen and wife New York 1 r'l
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',; i selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white City. .
: Mrs: A. M Eames and daughter;, :: THE BENNETT :
I :t. help used throughout the house. The table will be : who have been
supplied :Mr and :Mrs.: Elmer F. broader, spending several IJ.VS IONV. ri.OKIDV. :

t: 1 1 with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the :Mr and :Mr.. D. J. Hurlej andlr.. weeks a.> guests at the Despland. Now oH-n| for tli.' third -..n*on mid.. th' IP. rut wane!:,'m>nt of .1. II. unl FL: .
Phone 71 departed LASE. 111'1',0'' of Bo-ton Hi. I I1!. mi. tt I is 1I..t''h, ,. . !
Saturday onthe in \1'x | 11 rt 1I'1I11Ir. Tin .
return .
and 1 :Mrs James .
F. form t..at . .
finest Chefs and Waitresses obtainable Fljnn a III' 1'-1'. |'' nor tal.l. w hit. m|"iox. s. a mo<.li rn hulls, a _obit lioun l16! <. .
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14 & part of people from Xew haven trip to their home in Bo 'on. Miss :atuur i-ph'| r. Mild a It.rtlnll l on I'avtiinn, .- l>oul" tInl.: |Ihfe| ,'NaNI! 'IMIIII T\\ tear .
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iiiseonits curngr' Hot'I! will IH n nUn month
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} : Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. i Conn., who are enjoying; the weather E ames has been one of the leaders Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages Marblehead..Massachusetts

...+.0.aiMPANYl.... ) f r :....1N.N/NN..........e.N01.N1.1N.1N.10.NNIOIIIOII 0 I I here and stopping at the lle,;plarid.. during in the social her stay affais, but at declared the Desplai she-; Oe..NNNNNNNN..1.NNNN/01.101.N1.NN1.NOOOiw :


i Late arrivals at The Palmetto include could! not postpone her approaching ..i..N..0.0.Oe00N..N.........ONOei.ONO.0.N

r .IIOIOIOISISIO..10/.lllrilel.Itl..I........ E S Simpsoq, :Mrs Chas S:'mpfcn > wedding to prolong her pleasant: star I i
in Daytona i
f < Xew York C .itj', :Mr: and :Mrt THE PROSPECT -
LUMBER i
r. THE PRINCE GEORGE : Chas L Turner Washington D C, F
\\tmtmi In Stock i 109 South Ridgewood Ave.
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W planner Indianapolis hid Mrs J I
: <. HOTEL CLARENDON. i _
nRr: ,ye. ; = DAYTONA, FLORIDA : K l 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-officc. '-
Eldndge. :Miss A Eldrwlge. :Miss Admiralilliam Dumuth and :Mr-. I }
iLBY. Manager. : ;i :" : Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors : E EUlrwlge, Xew York. Dumuth are extending their hosp: .1 Steam Heat. ,
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: I P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor. I
ON.0/NON1 : > : tality to their numerous friends by r l'elee

.I Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. e George: Campbell. vice presidentof delightful water trips aboard their I ...........................................I..... i


.00.iONOti00 i Two hundred foot frontage:; on Halifax River. : the Joliet Xational Bank of Jo- handsome launch "Harriet:' They I: .ee.eee.1.......... .....................1.1.1.1.

r i: Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : I liet. Ill., is a guest: at the I'rcopect ha\e also given some enjo>'a.>Ie antomobile I : 1

i Steam Heat on South Kdgewood: avenue ''having parties in their: large Pierce : HOTEL SENECA J JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA I :
Throughout. :
arrived Friday. Mr: Campbell has a Xrrow touring car.dmir:!) and :
White Help in Dinind Room. Will Remain until .
1st
Open
I.' r May large circle of friends aiming the lo- M rs. Demuth are certainly! r<>..-al entertameri : ENTIRELY NEW. 1
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il' . .] The Prince< .*ori. Pier 1. thf onlj landing In l"U\'tOIIlI ror-t.\\lJu..thl"'IlI.! : liet contigent vvinterim; in the CKJn '. of Hotel Cla ndon. : Albert Bennett Proprietor C R Bennett, Manager : i '

: Palm Bench lx>at!!-. l'urth.'lIlllrs\\lth ph.nuirI000B0B0B0B0SeB0B0B *-. .\mong the recent arrivals at the .
i. j : l Hotel Clarendon : \ Nl I'lar'. :i. ror Ni I'" I'. 01'1.| I Hum in. \\'at. i I. !'OI. nn II. al t ;mr.l 1"',,,nn, ii i, Fr\' :
f i Mr
f .\ that caused are: and MisV
event quite a Tintteif ....
.- .. Same Management as THE BRISTOL Asbury: Park. N. J. .. I until thy were all 1ct+l li housed, \ .\ Humph and three ('h :dl''Il. =: 1:0011I.: \\'hl! Thi.niioiu!, /Jk.( :Mr. Foster :

\\oiIS the arrival The Palmetto Chicago Mr and Mrs D (' I I".mlt't'> .....................................................
at of
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weating over a II (f' BB0B0B00B0Boa I 1ru, good! hens all warranted! e_gill'tJdul.t'rs. ,VlbanMr: aid Ms: X. U !Bt'IIII"I.t 4.1..1.e...............Oee.ee.1.e...ee..e.e.e..e1..e..
Albany. Mis : E I. ktennett :Ib.mMr I
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trying get j ; a t:.4re; the SUMS s
.I. ......IOI.I.I.I.I.l.I1I.I* that the and Mis XV If Ph;lips. Nmv loch, t NEW SEASIDE TNJ H. MANWILLEK. Prcpre
on time when r re : egg served at. the morning: : l' DAYTONA' DEACH. FLORIDA :

i I lu'<':ikij't: is not of that "'.\Ia->Lar- )11'1 I tvi-Iht. \H\\ \nik ::: Tins new ind ,.:led t 1'n..1\. 1 I" UI: has tt...f been: clll.ed: and relv- uihedt.'I :

e THE NEW GABLES :itru"variety, out: > :uie s label l d"r'Irit'.r -- .I ,
iI :: ) fresh" Tuning Ceiis."tlliat : 14 t i the .C."II 191O-11 :tt n u t Ui: it'viuri.ii:tuts ot its 4101: :i{ atronii;c. :

IRONS I y .0 _. n beautiful: tome thf' b. !M, r.[ !k'urnait: IK',it Hi"* ,ud: Li l'i 1 I 1/.lt1.s lIcchrc;' : amt Gay I iihls, Culliclls: .
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1- ... Daytona, Fla I K-...tit arrays: : at tll' Austin ua'; liasf': is often hranl: There art. few. Rates S3 50 per: Day end! l'pwud.'reltly\ Ptrs en Application :
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Ji r--- .A IlOWe\' r. v\h. Kn',vv h.w I lull, -i'I'" : \ .'I I I I I I 1 < I II! I I.\ 11.1 I : I IL: "I. n" t.in, :N. I I. .
I a : reteivc's :
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0 lay' NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY I IViisihe'!, St Paul Ion: ; Mr and .

i LOCATED. EVERY MODERN a .Mis M IIhurn, 1tis s Math .Vbor :. its jojful or solemn tone Xli 0.........11*......1.011..e.e..e.'f..1..0...........o ''j
t. : t'. CONVENIENCE AND : bells after they are cast and lii i I-.IK'JniiiNt ----- -- -- -- -
: COMFORT. .. .. .. Ell'i ng..ol1. Conii; P S ll ik\\'t'L anti p> thmuirh a )proc-e of tuning 0.Oe...OO.N0101.0010.....1.S.0..... .O.8.0.Q..O.O.. 1 '
I o 'vi if', U CI: ,;, ('level}.ind. Ohio'Is; the o .
same as other tuusk ii-tri
: Steam Heat Throughout : :LIl.I 1 :MiJo Iii,.... KruiuiT=, Iud i; Mi' mrnt before the any! ; Tl"'INlrul'illt :iil,-ir: .' e nTh Ivy Lane *d

I ::1I.d :.lt; Um E.i- on. Pu'sburi! ;, fa.: true tone Fxer: >' IK-H ,'uud l-I live nn ee

: S. H. MOSELEY I Th.o Taylor and wre, Lrook.u: notes which must: blood together; in .
V-v' York order to [produc IK'rfe.t !harmony. The A High; Grade? House catering lo ,the most particular pccpSe: Central location *

i : : # Proprietor. : tuning of a bell is; done bj nieiis: ofshaving S3.00 and S4.CO; per day-$17.50 and higher per week i

: ". . .,.. .f .1 Th.. .\ilin :ton Thous:iiul NlniuJPi : R*>c etit arrivals at the Hdge\\: ..d ; thin bits from various part: .

and are 1 r' '0. h11SCHMIDT'S .rk. N. V.. "luring "UIIIIIH i' ol .. i iiulude II C Watson aid WI'/f of the met il!. It is as easy fur> :ll exPert Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor t

i t ..II/.........1...................................... 'nId!. :Milwaukee II' C Simmons and as it is;; for a plane tuner to adjti!;t lninstnunout :; _

S t -- wileurora III, ChaSanlord, l' li. to |perfect diortls .\t fir...! 0ii00000i00Nii3i0Me(1i40( .Q.i00iN0.0000 Oi0000 .

r '!.......... Iler.I.telere/.L.elerr.I.I.leOler.....r iUM; >, ),1 rand :Mrs C E (inlling iJin thought it would seotu that :tol'l'I!) !: E H PURDV. Prop. !i! :
s N would bo nihu-cl !should a tuner shave; : THE SEVILLE )
ic Lcdwayj },cry. Conn. O Hanev.: New \ork. E l ..
: Dad 'tuna, Honda < >
i f oil too much at the list tninu:,. ui tIlt >
I -.; -: THE HAMILTON : L Morandi, Cos.on Dr John .J I Su]' I f fifth wood. l but such i U out the .:'.::1...... : $,ti I I
Ii\a nand Mrs Josephine Sullnai GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON ,
: : He would however be obliged; to l btu. ,
I Clston.Itt, win : Surrv>undcd hy SpTcious: GH\l1ldt, ;. in the most tlt-li>;litlul Fart ol the City I !i I
t :: over starting again! with the firsttone
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i "' : New: and.FirstSdais : i I 9 I The uists rccci\c tin.: best thc niarkt-ts attord in the dining: room. and every
and shaving| the bill till it
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. I' rnoforth : comloit and COn\'CI1ICn'C tint a bell rt,;ulated hotel eau \el!: 'to 'the: public j '
............. r' rr ','enc arrivals at the Seville in' ''IIi its b:1rlUolioU mntHl at the fifthtune.SI 0 10i4NdOCNi0ii000Qii00e01Ai0ti9i0

I ]rd: !,: MIH l t ; K Tiulier'v, ("lar"I/I'II! '. : < 'i lentili' AnurKan. _.04iie _ri/4ti00bvtifG09/_ I Is6I
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:: Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells : .a.1o1.iOioio.snag.a a atli.e.a.aol.a.r.lantlloo.e e a. t i
I MU: '>'. Catskill X *i :M. and Mr ; No! Clock Wanted. ,
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.0.....' t. Elegant: Roomsith without Baths : 1'1.\ ,". Dunk;ik N Y. Mis tip'; ..r-. ,: There had c.ru....'uar. : fa1rr: ; plt:i:'i ir:_: :eQ The CI eve 1 al1 d MOH: I.r1 I'n'r! n t,' II..lnl';,'. : I
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:. ,,'lIk"t."t' Hut .T..Ini. th<. ""d ... .hrl;1. n' : ; ." ':,," :' '. .,,' '. :", < II ,! \v. J. 11\'I\ I CN it .
Ira : j 1 Mi> \\ 1 K: I 11.1! ; kn! :! '.<: ". <'., . I :, I. '.. ." I< '. 't'" 1.1 Piop n B ;)
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MRS. I. ,1 1. MABBETHE Proprietor : l'burdl. dt'cl 2'+ind bit:,.-. Uit 1' 141 :,_. 9E8! 6lla.I1llCaODC. a7llJZeYO.9C61 'TaiBnOS=ce 7a9d.OtvICN 1 .J i ie0 .Ji
I r :.e:, ; .\/g ii-''' I Lr'i rua"I', l"nr.1':1:
I "* and e\pto-s,41 i tit> ": :' ',. I '! ,r :' i ,..
T I,111-:. 11'?S. Mv' .I,fl l,!trf J:,. Jlis! lit'-r'!l aSet 9ra'3 Q.1! ,- hU 0ea'JO oaae N"OG-ecHM I ,',
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: : Palmetto \NTON I . : ; would menu :t11 :uu'hll \\ ::1'i ;n ", hI'I ;
Avenue \
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( ,mi ; ti rrt t' and their:i tonkin.l[ *' :' 0 fa
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i ., I'allail':, Uullard, H'lrLuol1.;;: Vr. MiII -.> I \Ve want iw clocks" fat 'tai.1' tI.! : THE AUSTIN g f 1:
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i ." it!'" \\I: every winter! np to 00\". an' we shall mIII"l'I; ''! \ i OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA. FLORIDA | t

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Lane arrivals at S..hul/ t's hot':" t tnulixle the time by the sundial over th-

LE I i. HOTEL : Barney Pinti and wife. lit. I I Itioit l' rc lJ." i I Lights and Call Bells Sleam Heat Hot and Cold Water 20P : .

:Muh; Jacob Roe and vvii i '. ,i "\es" replier! one who apprmetl, of .00000C0O
7:40: a. m. I. r : Henry Schmidt Proprietor, Daytona, Florida : M uijuette.! Mich; MIH C Carn., 11!r i ialltl J the cheme.': : "that's all right; so far : sIt - - -- -- = .

4 : Situated on the bank of the Halifax River one mile from Atlantic :: Mr-' Walker Mr Powell, Mr,1,i : BC es. Hut the !Min dOt. n't !shine .

-9:00a.m.: }'.... 0 Ocean. It has fifty rooms single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms kttler and family! 11r C.rady ilnd i :' :every morning What do you tit> e.00000fl.++.100000B00000C00000000000t<00000000000000gMRS 1 I ,

: are lute, and nearly all have sunny The cuisine and serer 't1.'n9:
8-05: p. m. '.. vice is admuable airy Rates $3.00 per day and exposure.up. Special rates for familieson : famil', Sanford. FlaV; 11 of mw.j'I' "Why." answered John urpri\C1I '. i PINES D. J. CIMMINUS; i 1!

I npph' Creek Coo: ; 1U I . Proprietress 1 1
application: ,
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8:50: p. m.vlle. : : ickvonxille I as It! ain't fit weitlr 0 ,
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.I0IOII0B0B0B0B0B0B0B0800B0I90BCBB0B0B0S0B00B0BB0B0H* ; Thomp-on j jw.te to I K out o' lied an' I just stops w here An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct I I ,
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Georgetown; Ohio Wl1itllt'Y''r I !
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,.. -- \\ :!-'lit. Orlando; Mr*. 1.. S. Hun:, : I

i \\;:;;hinnton.; D ('; S L Hunt : 338 South I Ridgewood Avenue, DAYTONA, FLORIDA.Same .

Cincinnati, ..I.......IIIO1.111111I............................... > ' r i ; Shearert; In O'tollt'r.+ 1aSC. :a relijriotisly mill,}' %
and New York.
i : THE MAGNOLIA 113 SouthRid4; wood Avenue. : linta: (Ga; ; E W Fetzer Ualtwo'l..I.: ( .ctl[ P.uckiiulKitnsliire; firmer tllt..l 000000000000000000000.......0000000000.0000000000The i '

iI' : LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. : Md; F M I' li1liI*., Denver, (V!; I It: Jenkins brought his fir-'hnrn to the

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.. II Matt i r. .\t1all a. Ga: Mr w.1f* ]parish[ church to I he chrMenwl -it:d MI
CARS I' : Fresh milk fruit the Furnace beat. RATES .CO
vegetables and on place. fc. 52 :
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Ms: 1 I'tn-in: l B"an'r! FallPa: : ,,1 this:; was to I IK the ninie AI-el It.'uja': '

r -r day and UPi; $12.00 per week andup .. :: :: : : > ]win Caleb Innic'l: Ezra Felix G ihri. *'I Willmer i The OSBORNE I 1 1u i t

I : J IIani Isiae Jacob, Ki-h. Levi! \::ino I I ItC!I! \ NM!I I I'" I A OSBOR E.
MRS. CELESTE HINKS. Proprietress. : u-land' JI Prop r
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I: ih Neheini:' tl.diab (Peter
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Invillc. Florida ortablc! K >on:s Rooms Only Modern Conveulencec'I ,
..B0Bl0B0B0B0B0B0B000a0B0B0B0B0B0BOB0B0B0B0B0B0BB0ITHE ][ Mnuiel Tul.iib! l'zzit'lIU .tb
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.0 : : : 50: 7St and -! 00 jti day .
. i XX'.-rd Xvstus 7e.:Inn.ill: (It" iJ! 1eobsirveil Kates M.),krate S2 SO to i 600 rer: "eek: :
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: New Bungalow on : I': tint the mmes are a'l 1 T' 312 So Steam Heated Rt'on?: 11 Orange Ave c ;
'tu on1Jo. Kin Palmetto Ave Daytona' Fla.
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CITY HOT.EL :1 I :: tor Sale or Rent next: sea tlitlimltv that the cUrgvinin: dsunile 0 .

:' . .. son. second door north ot e : , from dome t ieH : The HARLAN TH.I i Lake Helen Fla. :
DAYTONA. FLORIDAAmerican Pino Hotel.. Lot 55x400 PINES ,
I" : I !'tm:? wrong to his child that: he bud .
I; <- Plan Always open New Ownership and Management : '; 0 unwittm:_li. (!Vx.J..e Il l. t.ut cn.irnil'x' It T J : I, 'Trv '' \L , : I : ' I : ( j tI
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':. 0 Management H. C F. DOHM : \Ul-tliuul. J.'I'! :. I: i ,,I. t I' ,! I .111
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.1 ,k Mr. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Abrams Props. JHI !

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a,,1! ,. <" ::..:;. ...;::tm' D-77 '/ ......;.j.j :.':.: .?i. : .." ... PLEASANT ENTERTAINMENT I As to writing Written in --l'
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: ;: / \ .u.r ..,, .i \t. ;:' /". :.-t.: :;: I Queue has told how bo wrote his of the EnplNh. peivro ,. ." 011'lOsn 5 miles

... ... :.A 1t-; :( .:. destroyed finally and of set I : "noi i, 'fop in 1Ilth ; :1
t1i. ..l. : : (f:.;:.. : u., Q' .. AT THE HAMILTON I HOTEL first novel l on the nornlng and evening in Is of Ilaytona, ? ?
,.r :':;.'. .:\::..:( :: CC.Iffi. :. I I travels to and fro ::1 town in the days by Pitt when he declared t-.t: e. 'ryman :: i .' on the westi ORMONDr > (ContmutMu

; '" ;:i.: ..-" when he was a subeditor, on the Globo. I who had an estate of ;" '.:'0u I! >'tli. >' Halifax 1tt =s Lena )

_. ==.r-_ :-- ;: GUESTS OF THE HOUSE AND I II Hut be sent his manuscript to :i typist I year had a right to be a p<'f'r. In r T.nl: : .1; .. location ...
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I before a publisher Sir Lewis Morris Beaconsfield's words: "'!!<> ereain! : n permits teal
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z DAYTONA OTHERS INVITED FOR THE OCCASION also confessed that he wrote most of plebeian: nrMorracy! n"I l blenle( ; I o ilnagfand
LABREEZE and h> ;tCI
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DAYTONA with the oHeinIiri: "m I.:" =
patriIan
and the "Epic of Hadin his j'nirneyson I
S BEACH, two enterprising clef
CHAS. F. tfovation Is IIUT ((
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} Hali- I ENJOYED CHARACTER : underground peers of SI>' and rae *' birth ai. 1 fat I as
towns the the old steam motion
progressive on : .1: and Idi-al for t nl'Mtei
j BURGMANTHE Peninsula, are geographicallyone BEACH London Chronicle graziers. 11' esp y'I''u them .i tae: alleys I II t I iii. old log did M. 13
fax I neater homes. A lot 1:0 out
tn idr
SKETCHES BY ENTERTAINER. of leis IIhl1! clutched the j.i 1)
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although incorporated as sepa ';tr -4 Mda I IlIrrlt ne
rate municipalities. The towns par- PHARMACY I. The Sickly Golf Players.A them from 'I!.., rnlnc:; houses orCornhlIl i 'ets. Ormond bridge with eon. II' tho r.,. 'oU'l1 1104. M i ,.. 1. acjpol

I allel the peninsula north and south Miss:: Helen Le-lie Hates of New golf player who had been badly' ."- I I. :'i O i.'cti ns and IecCrv ? Drniond Beach. .,'rh h..r..'.te0rldhssel 110 'Ut'h ,,._ '
REAL of from three and one- James F. Dobbin writer and .ta' !ltl' to ,. coinurtubl.
for a distance York magaz'ne beaten by his opponent explained ollt'C..t itlll"- Many fine homes Wlntf'r M I sa JiaSi'
ESTATE half to four miles, and extend east ProprietorDAYTOXA BEACH entejtamer, charmed the guests cf! him that he had b(-t'u MifferUiji; nil day 1 1I 'in maintain on 'amp haul croundsaslle M..J. Lena
of Ihehoneot
I and west from the surging seas I from ut"uritis.ul's( a curium t 111u.." .lth,T side of the l 'he ILilifax.IoSF .
the Hamilton hotel and others ii\it- -y.
Ocean to the Halifax Everything Usually h
MAN the River Atlantic, the beautiful tide: water Carried Drug Inn Store First ed for the occasion Saturday evening i replied his( opiwnent. but l'\e peter I "You spo::a t T:. rdtnlringly of that .'1 unrounded\'r, most of by their sul>- I 'ts11xpsAit: Miss Bess!
; Class health in "
I FOR them apart from beaten a man in perfect uijlife. man's courape.
stream that sets with a number of character :'roplcul flora and LI!

SEABREEZEnUUROPEU Daytona with which they have close Department Our Prescription Is Complete sketches including Dutch, L'ago,, ." "Yes." shrubbery, besides M.I. ox First P''eteGrand
communion by means of three In every "But he was never n soldier or a
Zulu and Negro her impersonationof l.rlfty orange and c'It 1VIJTE: ; TO Pi i:
half-hour ferry Respect Marriage In Scotland. "*
S' bridges, as well as a fireman or n iwliceman. other citrus fruit
BOUSE[ service. .. 192BRANCH all being moot excellent. Boys over fourteen years <,? ape;: and "\o. but he eats mushrooms that he !i tni-s. MACONTnORNTON Second Pc.
Phone 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are AB a fat German from :Milwaukee,1 I girls over twelve may marry! in :l'ot-I Ii has gathered himself." Ormond has many.ttractlonsexcel umtna t'oj

essentially summer and winter resorts her description of how she stopped land without the consent of .: I '. 1- Third Pr,ze ,

I t and are making hundreds those of the dog barking was extremely I funny II ;--nt automoblltng, I ton s Bus

SONNTAG new friends to every year the among discomforting j I and in the Italian part the story of ;rx>l fUhlni, safe Fourth Prztmg
who desire escape & 'I() lUng. and many ORMONDIK
extremes of heat and cold and her introduction to the Japanese :I I II Desk
drives.At
i INVESTMENTCOMPANY their hotels and splendid boarding patronage housesare NICHOLSONFEED persimmon whi'e' in California, FREE3VOTING COUPON. pleasant Ormond B'neb INTKKKftTKD IX ANY WAY Fifth Prize'

now receiving AND LIVERYSTABLE would have made a wooden Indian is S located the large IX rKni'ERTYIXOKMOXDOR valued at

I from of tourists.the most discriminatingclass shriek with laughter. Her impersonation I This is a separate] vote fro-n: the nominating coupon. As 'Totel Ormond, and Sixth Prizevalued
I II-SSKT sister, the
The ocean itself, with its marvelous All Orders Given also of both an old colored ffi'1nm3) be sent in each week for ea-h contestant as can be {:'*.'ttoa Inn. The KMOND BEACH at
I Desirable beach, hard as macadam and Prompt AttentionCareful mammy and an o'd negro Preach.er I orin-T occupies a'hUlon He will. Give Your Seventh Pri-
at- collected. IUi>ln ss Prompt
Locations in smooth as a floor, is the greatest Prlveri were fine throughout and her illustration I overlook- valued at
traction, although earth, air and skyseemtohaveenteredlto Uh H.oud"E.A.BRANCH Attention
any part of a combi- Familiar* as to the way she fet: ,I I II .:i'4 the Halifax und j Eighth Prlzj

: SeabreezeOffices nation to enhance its every charm. at the conclusion of the entertain- 4'.te: latter has as Its valued at

The beach is the famous automobilerace I im-n& was a corker and had to be I This coupon entitles........ .... ......... ................. ..... ........ utlook: : beach the and mngnil.int !the- Nineth rrbvalued
course where every world's Real Estate Agent be JAS.J MULLORMOSD at I
seen -to appreciated or perhajK it 'road Atlantic. :
Indiana: Evansville, and straight-away record has been made, Beach Cottages: I j I might be said improperly appreciated. -I : I II Besides the brOJUl. FL.Manural'turt'rof.\. Tenth Prlz]

: -nbreeze, Florida and all these records.it continues to a I..ciutySELDEN'S ed. ......... ........ ..... ........ .. .. ..... .............. ........ ........to 2:; votes in .,nooth beach tb're valued atj
hold without rivalry.The I
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width 300 to I r many drives for Pure Home-Made P
beach has a of large dining room of the Ham- Eleventh
t 500 feet and can be u ed from two I ilton was crowded to its utmost cap! The Gi7.ett-\e\vs Popularity) contest.: This COUP)n nvit be in i.iges and aaton.ohilej GUAVA JELLY I valued at
) around Or-
; II BURDICK hours before I'
hours after until two acity. A corner of the room was enclosed ; office by Friday, ."> P. M. of each week. : isondJrfvesbound'hrouEh !
high tide, thus giving)! an average of I UAYTONA BEACH: MARMALADES AND'
CONTRACTOR automobiling by screens, forming a dressing grove, of TROPiCAL Foial
for ,
1 .j Cottages and BUILDER a HpecUilty seven some or eight part of hours each day.! Dry Goods Shoes.Mcn's room for Mi."s Hates' change of i I tiold\ n oranges ; PRESERVES Thefirst]

Fst'>:1 t.'s furnishedAll Seabreeze and Daytona Beach each Correct costume and above these screens at ,:j-i. ves through: trop- Special Attention to awarded to
WearAeons 11! forests to Family OrdersniCIILST
Guur- Hpant
Work -'
onteed.Seabreeze. have a permanent population of approximately from different tinu s appeared some highly i AWABD4 ..".. !the most v
t ruins; drives to
1500. Sanitary ordi- The ianIde Inn PanAm Tl-)'n Jx.J'ottionBuIao: 00
.AorldaV.C.GRANT interesting placards! as did in NOMINATIONCCOUPON. ancient ('au "- the UJO
I nances are strictly enforced, stree's
sidewalks well kept, and I the climax of the evenings fun. I vi- IY built by slaves \\e-t India Earns: !. Piano Thisstrunlent
and are I tlon
Chnrlt'ttoaTxniM.in.i
Dew streets are being opened as fast :.MI.-.S H.iUtv'tl'sfoiiibe: \ :: simk'ed! ; The tirat one of these coup) m; snt in for etch contestant i ii .,r. planters. drives of long Punhas"KxK.ttioa : of|
VANDE VORD ') and to .
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as the incrcisiijj population de 1 wiJi; wit and hmor and her personal : ; high grade
i entitle* them] to 5i/'lll,' / free votes. Only oas of these coupons i "> plantations of
PLUMBERt mands. Besides hotels and boarding ('ontr.rtnrforMASON and local his: were extremely clever 'iitopltable settlers, design st.lE'

t .: "t.-u" liLt! houses there is ample cottage acco- WORK :ai-d: aproiKis and she was: greeted I will be allowed to each contestant. \ :li.>v places are rte -- highest <@ti
r lias FittingPhone : modation foi all winter visitors; in 01 All h1l111con..rtt. I with hearty and well deserted apeplt.e ;,'.- with the intert ft.'OU l Tn rr IjnI side and 01I .
('urhngsl ) i I nJ'ICORANGES I
lo.>-2R of Houthernuutttnnd
II.tVTONAiIEACiI: both tOWls. of Seabreeze fo-i l 1 KI.OIUDAPINEHURST All the attrv-t-rencss ( Im.'UFITZGERALD I .; Hates took advantage of the 'n'of themo In- tear'e) 1 1i'tal10U
applies to Daytona Beach, the two I opportunity to call attention to the I: ; I tI'T -tiT.; of these. andGrapefruit I

towns icing ..o MiuiUrly situated. j I ron(-ert to be given Thursday I eveni .....................< .....of......................... .............State............ ..... ...... it'.u.t! eons ti at the //,0\0\
The developt'cu! of Daytona Beach : Ii IiI -
h udw:1t'rof the
i I ing at the new Daytona Theater Under lull- II
has been: fully us r-hcnommal :as its I I I Ii !{ ill'ax and knownMuundgrov.
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IVnlnsulu & !, the direction of Thos.V.", Line, : Best Grown ,:..
north and each candi latj, in The Gazeite-Nevrs contest. .
l>rlvn sister cu the year i as a < ) It
OATESLAWYERS the popular baritone.A Grove on Ht. Auus-: 11 I- C1.
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Daytona Beach there is! a substantial growth. The i i ui of the flnetUr tine Autoi'iohlto
Moilrit Conv>ifn- great sand ciuucs: have' been leveled n.':jrovesonthe Itou! 11l'-3 ', k
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f(*<> KntcsUcnsonablf.. and ha-idscr/e homes have been Xomirrati'd by.. ............. ..u ........ uuuuuuuu u ............. h: :-t''Ii-t of Klorl- 'rth.fHOT'JL UUMOXD III)

Mrs. W. H. Freeman built icr both winter and all-ycar- Daytona, Fla. I I MAN'S WORK. i! I and li amid verypr'tty t u
I'roprli-tor ; surrounillnss.Mi : Beed Knox s'i'
round i c.III! |"<>'

occupancy. He who gives his whole soul to of ....... .........I............................................State............................ i t.1'"n I iMjtou-throve"i-is"*:tint on faced Company.Po i': .J '(
the spiritual uplift of the communityand .\.u'Ihthw:: routL nrl.ow "!odc I ,,\ .
**************************.*.....*....*. .**..i1.** r1 succeeds in faith
cultivating While it is not necessary that a coupon be used it will facilitate t <.n.

Promptly executed at hope and charity his fellows t - - lieu "1 .
r among matters to send one for each contestant. Under no circumstances -
I Fine Job need about other I IU" I' of
not worry any Finely executed
Printing will the nominator'name be divulged.
Gazette News Office. .
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build'on j 1100.
anyone buying to a: : '
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SOMEBODY WILL 6 GET T No employe of the Gazette-News j fog investors safe in their inves.- :...........................................,..0.i ...-.:

cf immediate relative of theirs will! UEYMANN'S ments.

loONoTBEoBALIF Affl be allowed to enter this: contest 1 Another matter which would ted:
as BARGAIN I II
'A A GOLD WATCH. a nominee or voter. I I to invite capital is to give Capital a $900---A i J

i miles ; Who May Enter- J right to have a voice in bosd;: issue. I
[tona, drop In with to f fi
tbe
west ORMO eat first ) Any white man woman, boy or1! PLATFORM Nonresidents pay most: of taxes

Halifaxcatlon HD 1If (Continued from page girl of good repute is eligible toj I but are not even asked: if it sui s _

,, Miss Lena Tomlinson.L : i enter this great them to increase the city df-bt. I i

permits SEABREEZE.Miss contest. Just send popularity'oting'l I propose to eo amend i l.he' city: : I One story house of four rooms; plastered; porch; two J .

ge and Pearl Wilson IS STATfD. charter that when it comes to iss..t-
a nomination coupon to the contest: I
atlon; acres of land fine garden splendid flowing well; +
It swat Miss Grace Burdick. management of the Gazeite-Neas. 'j ing bonds borrowing money, 0:- giving ; spot; s

Miss\ Helen Burgman. The Judges- \ away a franchise that tv.o-thirdsi'' excellent place for poultry. Price $900. *
forA the old log Violet :Middltton. of all the property owners shall give
did Mite .
The total count of r
rot votes will bej
go out In i
g-Ii con- uurlcane you'll nn the Q Miss Mildred Odum. I made by a committee of three prominent TELLS PAT HE WILL DO j their consent in writing to is-uin, I

with pa there Grace Homett. j( bonds, of of ; |
Theworldheselee. Miss business men who will be also- I borrowing money, : ,g.inrjof i .
where no such coil : PORT ORANGE. I :: a franchise before it i ioted
lutely disinterested: t'es. The IF [ELECTED[ { TO COUNCIL. on
homes d onf i nratp ground winter t a,Ile Miss\ Jessie DuPont. will be announced later. I by the qualifiedoters.: I IWith !i EDMONDSON & DONNELLY t

> the tonq the abOte, of Miss! Lena Sparkman. Management- ; such safety the city wU i 1 1'e I
,
f. i
them 11MN. FIBNR.RtAN HOLLY HILL. For the purpose of making the IN LETTER FROM HAVANA CAN. able to improve and enlarge our iitj. .............................4..s...................o

|r sub- Miss Bessie Quatttebaum. contest a complete success the Gazette -I j and give prosperity; and employmentI

I and 1 LIST OF PRIZES: DIDATE TELLS WHAT SHOULDBE i I the working man, and to the bi*=' '-
[Ides CALL ON a Prize..One Chopin Upright -Nens has signed a contract, I inesa ............a.a.a.....a.a. 1..I..a.............
a and OR WRITE First with the Xew Method Contest company DONE TO MAKE DAYTONA A man. .
TO Grand Piano valued at. .$430.00:; I I ask all citizens who wth:
agroe: Do
fruitmany want to
of Jacksonville, who make a : The HANDPROPERTY : : you buy or :
MACONTHORNTON tl Second Prize. .Scholarship Col- specialty; ; of conducting contents of BETTER CITY.In I me, to give me their support. .

I umbia College valued at . 100.00 Yours truly, : rent t property In :
this
kind. ,
This :
will furnish
company I :
(excel* Third Prize. .Scholarship Draugh- a letter to the Daily News, SIMON IIEY1LHavana ( \:\N
ailing, a compeVnt and experienced contest s i : Daytona? :
i t ton's Business; College: . . ;GO.00, written at Havana Cuba Simon Hey- Cuba, Feb. 1, IMl. is
safe '
: manager who will have complete con U

I many ORMONDIK Fourth Prize..OneMission: Writing I If 'I trol of the Contest Department. mann clearly states ,the planks of : SILVER BEACH I : We have the cheapest :

IN ANY WAY Desk . . . 00 . 00 .. 25.00 I To the Public- !\I the platform' on which he !is makingthe COWBOYS OF SPAW. I I and the best. .

13'ach INTKRE8TED Fifth Prize..Rebate Certificate:: : race for councilman in the com- .
I'I This contest is to be the greatestever I. .
forge IN PROPERTY IN f valued at . . 00 . . 00 JO.OO;; I ing city election and gives some Splendid Horsemen but They Use : Extending from : $7,500 buys one of the best resi .
and inaugurated by any paper in
r, the ORMOND ORMOND OR i Sixth Prize. .Rebate Certificate '! this: section ideas of what may be expected 'of Their Spurs Without Mercy. j' : River to Ocean : I : dence on Ridgewood Ave. Com :

The BEAOHHe I valued at 00 . . . . .. 225.00::;; him if he is elected a member of The perfection of Spanish. Ijoit-eraan- .. : pletely furnished and located on :
We
Will Give Your have spared no expense to D
Lies a Business t Seventh Prize..Rebate Certificate: the city council. Mr. Heymann is at ship Is to be seen among the vaqueros. corner lot. Call on ..

jlook- Attentions Prompt 1A N valued at . 00 . 00 . 00 200.00 make at a *ive wire proposition"that present visiting h'e: son in Cuba and gannderos; and ;parrix-liKta1 l>y which FOR SALE OR RENT : .. .
c,and will keep the community much various the mounted terdsmen
names
Eighth Prize. .Rebate Certificate Bays if he is elected he will returnto I .
Waggoner
M. L.
I as Its I. interested in the outcome. We are I of the Andalusian )plains! are knownin r : :
r valued at 00 . . 00 .. 175.00 Daytona; at once. Ills: letter is as
ilignl i endeavoring to give Daytona; and vi- brief what we should call a cow- : BINGHAM & THOMPSON !
id the Nineth Prize .Rebate Certificate follows: 1 i : :
Slate Bank.CONRADOATES .
Office
JA5.J CARNEtl cinity the newest and most up-to-date boy. Every farm seems to maintain n People's
C :. valued at:: . . . 150.00 Editor Daily News:-I think I . .
00 00 00 ,
road, ORMOND county paper in the state and we solicit larnumllt'r; of these for each herd. .........e.a.a...........a ...............a.a.a.....a
FLA.Manufacturer Tenth Prize..Rebate Certificate owe the'otel5 of city some
f our
I i the hearty co-operation of the I flmk or drove has its own h-rdsmaii,

ies there! forauto . Pure Home-Made of I 1 j .' valued at 00 . . 7 00 .. 125.00; citizens in this contest.To I explanation why I stepped out of the goatherd or swineherd as the case - - -

t Eleventh Prize..Rebate!: Certificate race for mayor; and accepted the may be. The vaqueros are a line looking

.dOrkoand- GUAYA i V A JELLY i f valued at . . . . . 00 100.00 merchants who advertise withus nomination for councilman. J ; lot of men. Tall. thin. light and
we wish to say that we expect by
After (consideration I find that in : loosely made, they look ideal horse: 1
MARMALADES AND 11 i f this: contest to double circulation .
our
I !9 Of TROPiCAL Total.m. . . . . $1,850.00:; the council I can serve the interests j Hid) !!. as, in iKiint of fact they are REALTY TITLE
and our advertisers will realize !
their
geltrop; PRESERVES ( The first prize which will beawarded of the city better than in the former. though mounts are poor. ,
( Special Attention to that it ie to their advantage to helpin I The vaquero rides very high on :t ,
to the contestant securing The mayor may recommend, but the
Fanny OrdersDIOBUT
panes this work by supporting the con. I huge saddle, with a long; stirrup( :1.11.1
to AWBJ>a AT, i fe !ithe most votes consists of a genuine council acts, and is the working body
Pon-Amt'rlC"ln K.xJ : testants. I might; 1 leg; using: a !single rein andery *
lauvlftVPS- J>o!'ltlon-BalTa.o- ",. \. $450.00 Chapin Upright Grand Now Is the Time- I of the city officials. I a \ heavy (curb but he has such I AND INSURANCE CO. i

, \\eat India Kxposi: p Piano. This piano is a very fine in- In asking for the votes of the Ix-Mutiful hands that although using ,
tion
long -Charleston The contest begins with this issue ;
Louisiana Purohus i stroment 'of special artistic merit of qualified voters, I not with this liarltarous
.' to t the time I may meet bit. he never cuts his! _
('s Espo'tlonRt.Ix' to enter is: NOW. Get in (
19 OfItlers rr r high grade and quality: latest. case I the approval of all, but if all will horses mouth al*>ut. It I is different CONRAD BLOCK 'PHONE 128
1 1biOUNDGROV the race before the others' get in
,1i i design selected figured vaneered off the lead. look upon my intended work, they with t the animal's) sides howver.: for

re rt'I highest quality,"double veneered inside I Rules for the ConteatI I \\f2l find that it is so'ely! for the he uses his spurs without mtrcy. and
f -
I lntirstln- ; jt and out, handsome solid mou'dfc betterment of the city and for isenlargement. the white horses: -of which thjre are a
corn i i L ings and hand-carved truss. hand- Rule 1. All money for subscriptions -, large; number-all han ominous red We beg to offer the followingfrom

test. I fchall; be paid the contest: man) J I 1 stales U-hiiid the girths.i .
ORANGESand : l if carved capitals and music rest, j Boards of trade are very good; but list of
ager. .\
I i i the herdsmen who l look after our
I these I rounded corners hand-poiished mirrored : lit is capital which wKl do more to
Rule! 2. Contest cattle n long lance calliM'
I manager's signa carry a ;frurrocli.i. I
t the the GrapefruitBest l surface automatic: : e.\ti. :oa j I ouild! a large city than words and ) : of thick} and heavy wood which.ci 25 property:

;, music desk artistically carved,be-fore talk. .
|nown i iK | :, e'\ !ptheu statuliug still they :!!I.

'. It Grown I noiseless rolling: fall board with I contest. I We need capital. to buiU a large ways carry "in r't'till not "at: the I

:tnf'stnthe Grove on st.An nl- "- nickel-plated continuous hinge fine* and first class) tiotr-1. or across the ('al'l.\.'." i I.tv .M.m\ .:.bly on accountf its
tine Automobile HuIet: DalloLs! 124
cannot Le bought j j a No. -S4.SOO v.ill buy furnished .
> Ror.d 10 MlleNorth block o: selected hard rock wafer) river will get up a competitive Daytona great; Ifiiirth and p' 's-Hdy: IK: weight.; :
of 1 The conttt; will Le run on a fair1 i I : house on Volusia avenue, four bedroom :' -
'lorl- ai With this !it e! the ns, "f> whir u!
f built in layers and CCOr's- allded.l. at our weapon
HOTEL OHMOND up expense.
Very basis, far for all. Votes can only +j i I 'b.' ar..jnirvattct.hig dexterity th'' I te and bath fire rooms on first d !
L
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climate. Wo
warranted to withstand any need soweis. and parks: for
!,lings! Beed, Knox rn-' j ri i be obtained by securing subscriftions: i sarnx.iu=-t:. is aide to control the mo C on 1 |; composite metal frame imported I the entertainmeLt or tour.sts.:
either new, renewals, or old or by utiruly brutes t in the herd not ; x
Bced exceptj
Nalnt Company.BULOW ; blued steel tunings three strings.on"rstnmg i My object to be a member of the f j : No. 10?--S1.3CO, five room furnish-
cutting the nomination or free vote! Ing; the sa\aire fighting; ; IJull.I .-Wide
1. Po"tofnce J| .1 bass special:. repeating action certificate out of each i*>sue. j i council !is to brin about these and World Magazine.How r. tj house: one acre of land!, Holly Hm, ;:

German silver hammer rail, I other matte.1.;. for instance to conjtinue I fruit trca.r .
Rule 4. No employe: or member I II ::
, : heavy best: quality imported felt ham the excellent policy of the
.1 t:. I lof hisfamily will be allowed to par- I a Dying Man Perls. i No. 119-7 acres land, 300 orange, '
Finely executed mer muffler attachment: for practice i Present council in the work the !
upon Numerous
maTe In ho
j experiments *;'
: I tidI>ate either as a nominator< or a1 ; 1 peach and persimmon trees, 6 room
inting g at ,: ": ten ;jears' quarters en inside of topcuer voter in this contest. ;j streets to organize a legal fire de- ':, pitals. curl upon heroic !scientists wlnhave dwelling $2,000.

3 3H in silver 7 1-3 octavos: best I i par'Jiient so it lower \
this office Rule ;O. Candidates will not be|I II as get .1 rate (permitted tests t to I lit' made upon

quality keys: made in figured mahogany restricted in securing subscriptions II j of insurance to procure free delivery I I themselves right down to the moment t;: No. 103-$3000, five acre bearing

height four feet nine inches, I but of the marls: and sub-stations in of death warrant) UHMM<'lii*>i'nij ''' I grove Sruth Ridgewood. j je
-------- - may secure them in any place in
width five feet two !inches. weight I the United States. I the western part of the city, and ob- j That: a dylnsr: man: may ln turned( with 'IIiI iiiI
redhot] iron and yet nut feel the N-ao: No. 1CS-$7,5CO, new house on IlL
boxed for shipment l uu pounds.: I tain from the railroad conuhieioneis i ; I
Rule 6. I
Only one nominating coupon ,
This is a prize well worth the efforts of the Mate a railroad depot such ;:ts| pain: t that foncloiisiies muft'llla ill Ridgewood avenue.
I entitling each contestant to o.Ouu I II I In the dying almost In the moment of
.
of we need.It
anyone. votes will be allowed No. 106-$1,200, two large, deep
& I I actual dissolution. lint, that ino";t pi
*. The second prize to be awarded toj I may not be known ti> all thecrt-
j Rule 7. All votes must be in the I pie generally love the jiowor of tlion;:ht lots on South: : Ridgewood.No. .
the contestant securing the second I ers that prior to 1!>0"o.ily:
i ballot box by Friday: ;5 p. m., of each prop!rW i bug;: lH'fur death! : tli.-it in cares ..f I
largest number of volte, cons'sts: of I II [ holders couldote on the city borj deathIioro 120-t acres land, 100 orange
j week. I there seomto ho ('\trf111'nrrt'rfn

a scholarship to Columbia College I!. Rule S. Votes issued cannot bee j' rowing money. Hy an amendment in I ::. with writhing and spasms.snrh : trees truck land, 5 room cottage

the well-known institut'on at Lake j transferred to another contestant I jj i lItJt.! : the legislature apparently have phenomena, are Jrnrrlll.l11l1'. to $1,000. I

City, Fla. This scholarship! :is val.ued the voting power on this: to all vot- reflex mu<;r-iilir action: a'so that fear: ;
No
Rule will
9.> cotes be allowed1 '
j I No. 07-$2,209, five room cottageDxytoa i
ty at $100. |I on subscriptions) held over more j I ers. My 'object is to restore' to the weakens (thp mu<:mlnr sysietu' and] hay: I
and ,
The third prize to be awarded to i than one week after being secured j I property holders the u prurlesje: ; to tent doifli. whip! the reverse m':r ,ie.. lot. Cypress streets large {

the contestant s-ecuring: the third |.by contestant. Subscription: must1; alone accept or reject the borrow prolons lifo. I tlrl

largess number ''Of'ote coasts: ; 1 be turned in promptly together: with of money: by the city. It is the t taxpayer I View Obstructed. I II :: No. *03-$1,500, small bungalow,

of a scholarship! : to Dioughtoa's the collected for them.0.8 1 who should approve or tlh:1:ip-1 I : r West Magnolia! lot 50x150 1 almost w
: money ) "Wliat'** Ilio tronbivY'lie J ;: the!
Practical Business Colltge:! of Jack- I prove the increasing of ; I AT
tax*
; '" 5. new.
wIll be :issued when the money is re- t clerk. .I"n't y .nr r-M.ni s.itif:i<'i''r"Yes. \ : ,
son'lIIeFla.. This: scholarship: ist j I This may not be u reeuhV to _' : :r .: I Iw
''t-eued. bit the contestants may retain tinxwentl the! :guest at thMfxr 1 Ii: _' '
valued at $50.;; and will give some' one tht.'se'otet> and cast them whenever ,j! such voters who) are not property I -ty: hotel lout I watt tli'. ....' 1 No. 110-$2000, truck farm, 7' _. a !

the chance of securing good busi- hold.I'ut: it i K the .. ti acres cleared, 2 acres tiled, house; ..e's'
a they wish.: i| only >: ii'method I' clomis (jni-licd iwiy from my \\li-: .. I a

ness education; free. i't,i Rule 10. Nomh.ato.'s: or e->hteetant's j I' oi'" uiMt.iu: : capital: In n,:,ik. ,I tlon's."- Morel World.I "",.. and ba-n. ta>t;

The fourth prize to be awarded : ,
: : in the Gazote-Nets' ct n ----- -- - ---- - ____-__-_-_______ __h--- n No 11'-S3C03: one of the best a I Ir
consists of a beautiful mission: writing ;;
tart mu t agree to and accept all I ....,. -.- > homes 01>> Ridgewood, furnished, large
desk valued at $25. This desk cb i
i rules and conditions. : lot, garage.
from the stock of the :
was purchased ,. Rule 11. The right is reserved tn. r
Bingham & Maley I Co. of this: city i.'I a New Book, b No. 116-i2.OCO will buy a nice I \
eject any name of contestants for a
and is now on exhibition at ther: I Fit's Souvenir home; five rooms and bath: hot
a Novelty
cause also! to alter these rah
store. j! and cold w-ter; electric lights; cor-
J I should occasion demand. something in and
Seven other prizes consisting of I Stationery EngravingCALL ner lot.
I: I,the 12. Any question which shall:
rebate certificates, will be awarded. :'.
arise: between the contestants will No. 123-A bargain at $3,600, Pal
Theee trar..sferrabei.
:1 certificates are I be determined by the contest mana- ON OR WRITETheH.&W.B.DREWCO. metto avenue, 3 bedrooms, bath, completely
and will be for their face ;
accepted ger and her decision: : will be final: j furnished, good condition. ,1 +
value as part payment on a Chapin i
!
Respectfully yours Houses exactly alike in S3 ne row
Upright Grand $-10:; piano. Certificates t
Miss Fay Settle valued at 6500. '
may be combined but credit for I II
Contest Manager; I
more than $250: :; will not be allowed! A. 25 acres near city limits; 15 t. HIt W1 I :

upon the purchase of one piano. acres fenced and in cultivation' ; 6- 1

THE CONTEST FREE FOR ALL TO CONTEST LIMERICK. 45.49 W. Bay St. JacksonvilleAND room house and barns, $2,000. '
A young maid in the contest one !
J 00.6Ieach ENTER
made call her '.b (" and B. Lot on Ridgewood in Holly I .
day a on (*- I ,
The contest is free for each and
Hill 150x309 $500.C. .
I
every contestant to' enter, and it said: "If ;you'll have-me, you must : YOUR ORDER I i
i WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND I I It
costs nothing to win; all The busy be, and In a subscription: in- 15-acre hammock grove: trees

each. Jr Gazette-News asks is hearty cooperation -I! vest., SATISFACTORILY.We [ seven years old and in full bearing; i

of its friends and readers to ---- near railroad west of Kingston, $3,000 ;=
I
J each make this contest an enthusiastic and The Temperature. c:;;
iiii
D. PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL : t
friendly struggle for leadership. "%thy da you watch the thermometer are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirs
'' FOR SALE; CENTRALLY LOCATED ;: 1
HOW TO ENTER. on the wall so closely queried i I I I
Just clip the nomination coupon i the Invalid. in China and Orangewood New and ; WELL FURNISEHD; CAN ::::-

I "Because." SHOW PROFIT OF OVER $2,500 I ,
I350.i400. replied the untrained
out of each issue of the paper and
nurse, "the doctor said if the temperature Exclusive Novelties. LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH .' 1 3
fill in the name of the person whom 1
pot any higher I was to give you TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS.- r ,
you wish to enter as a contestant
another dose of quinine." $13,000 ON EASY TERMS.E. .
with the address written plainly, or

if you do not have a nomination: coupon --- Small cottage on corner lot on ,

the name and address of the I .................................................................................. Ridgewood; lot 100x150; fruit trees. I

person as a candidate. The name of!I : The New Excursion Steamer well $200 on easy terms. '

the nominator will not be divulged i SOUTHLAND :
I3'ANY 11I(,, I I
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HOW VOTES ARE OBTAINED. j I : TO THE PICTURESQUE TOMOKA CABIN : b 'b'. t i

Votes may be *cured by securing: ,: 7, We have some very attractive river front property J:3 \\t I'I'ti tt S .

subscriptions to the Daytona c Ca-; ; I FIRST TRIP FEBRUARY 7th AND DAILY EXCURSIONS THEREAFTER '
TUESDAY
*
I Port that be sold reasonable ;
terms *
zette-Xews. and votes; w'l:!l ]1)1') .-01 1' ,1 j -------------- -- : in Orange can on

f-., upon the following )bas: ': : .\!. llisraii: !:: I'Mit: t'"r: 1 I.:, :.:'iiit "'" "1,1,. l'i.: ::' -t t ". r\n Uri' Il..ird: '.: :\-" r r ore Inking! <: "..f !un. 1 i.. :'. j,:ir:.:-f 1 i; : :3fti> and at low prices. R--< t r

TERM PlUCE..OTI:3:: f i j.r, I i : u.i: .. ntl.ti.n.. \'. ;t':1, : M..ri. ,-n, C-,:, \ y.i,'u\ 1"-, II.,*' la-t.-t! : M. -t t ("..:Lfrtl.l, : . H"T f r'.r. I'u>",., 'I rt ," lor. : r.

: 1! 1 Iiuilix. .\t tl'iP.) .'inilir t : 1 I'm "f 51 00 the Round Trip. .iptuin 1 le'll< (i !"'FMHI.-. I. ,01 i t7., '' , .)
1 year . . . $ 1.:;" . . . ,.." J L t' t : : r t>t :i unit. t- I i' ute 1; ; rt. : I t ,
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: years . . . 3.i,0 . . 1 >.II" : -- -- - '
: DAILY TIME: SCHEDULE : : We have a general insurance agency and :;: :
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years 4.-.11: . . .O.'fI' ;
1.:1\-:, : PrimeT* ; ;"L Pock:, Daytona, v ;dl l.a. !II. Leaves Pain-uia I: ," ; :.I.', I., ,.nI., :::1 .
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t yeft!'. I; 1,,", ';" ,11'' ,1 : I.c.i\-: (\LMal Bridge, l lta.t..n. ... .,).i !t. rn Lo I ;.iv x* Ormond lin- . ',':: : '. .;) I I:. : can insure against almost everything except i :

yeal.. 7.- III,'''''' lfturnO: Pru.'"' (In'ur;" ... 1 Io>-k, I 11\.t'.I1' ::, 1';30 p. m :
10 years t I 'I 11)/1' ) _ _ _ n____ ______ _ : frost and taxes. r ;

:; Tears 0\,t",.01vi1o : CHAS. F. BURGMAN Owner ,: :,:'-;;:, l' ::::;.. (,;;,," SEABREEZE FLA. I ,

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; GENE JOHNSON RENTS NEW BIKES at Reasonable: Prices. PHONE 142-2 RINuS -r

.r Page E1Uh. Bicycles Deli.ered .iUaia; 10 m .J.des;I of plaoae call -

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:. SPRING a.: Yi: Consider :. BARNES 3 3I NEW +0 Gener .

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MAN
THE NOVELTY I 1 +

.. and !school !o'uJJIIt, winds.
iWASH FABRICsi s.'II1!' static ner .
: That QUALITY i i4 what counts 1 I'honoiiruphwlnu! : Machlm-s. .
H1 ,-r\'. IJIsiHHWiinc'utl.Tv. -. i P + + + '
1 with us, and that we are operating : TMH'wrlt.r'ro.k. Ki-hini! TacWI.-. Tounit U Lawns, Rnii icte, tlm.d-; Sui i ings. ((.Vlnred Linens, "
. under small expense; therefore we . Notion-.
"; : yutMral l Liners While Linens. Our new r,
: Our new Wash (f i' ods in I both white and colored are non display. :' 1 can sell CHEAPER than others. ej : BARNES ; I
: ""DP i is It.'rt, ready for your inspection.W .
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: Our assoitmeiit is 1 complete and cannot be turpa ced in : HmokedBacoud ullrnnt'.I.I..r I h.:!!..' : : Will "No triune your 1'iotnn, tzur \ . Sixth
Yr >' I.tlllll'( ant riiil'r.lliiImnwn line of fl'lrtwnltL.whlt.I and
0 I outs IU w colored
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t : quality. or designsVe will-be pleadedto : Y Sugar-run d Hamr| Ih ITcIrlh ; : \our saw-Biiiloth-rTiH)l-inilr'|Mtlr 0 -1 ,r ;
acio.tanythUim:: that i i-tmt of whack I runnl! i. II a::'
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Potatoes.r pk :'v .
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: THE PECK-HENDRICKS COMPANY : West End of Central Bridge j 5i>south Jl.llu'h Stiwt.! Daytona. Fin. a I -- --- Pte
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L1' DAYTONATHEATRE i Opposite\n oruVr "'t the 23 c-Yacht nton. <,Club rnlnllnTh.nn i: :. J. W. Ball & Son 1!-.

FI will i h"I\:: n.lolin I'rn-f If .
i h>. "Hiall ",it th>. I I'liU} NWotliciIxfox : No, 237 North Beach St. Phone 55 : LIGHT!
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W. M. SHAFFNERReal

I See the handsome presents given away at Crystal CITY COUN(

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

1 THURSDAY FEBRUARY 9 Gazc te-News. Young's Pharmacy, Fire Insurance

',. in Rowe & Co.'s Window. ON CUARGE BEACH S"

Thomas Wade Lane & CompanyIn I 122 South Beach Street FRONT CLl
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High Class Opera 1 TUESDAY NIGHT.Open -- Tluutw 11ii
i LARCENY.TRA
Reserved Seats at Hankins' il ; _. organ LISting
l Daily at 2:30: A f. .,.;,i.i ;;.... ibuu> UK!
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1 FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10 I \ ]:" '" HI IEVERY HOUR ; ".. ... . . .",.. -: the orgamza j
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1 Tableaux With Songs and Instrumental Music - HOST mm r TO Ti CUT.CLAIM .:; tract,\t I
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with the iden(
: : Under Auspices of Palmetto Club I lion. Jeorse; I II. Munroe, of t i.1
want )10 'unl
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,,1!. ::-___ -- I inn of Munroe *c Stevens, oranaetiro BOAT STUCK ; IS THAT HE TOOK $57 CHILDREN'S EYESCannot friend "hat I Iciiy
t *'ere, returned Saturday aft cel ro oi l'ayt.to .|
: Coming--Rounds' Twelve-Piece Ladies' Orchestra. from several day?' business tr !p, n FROM THE POCKET OF HIS be too carefully safeguarded, CUUKsort e '
for they ,iliave but ode pair to last
IJporgia. I II
i SLEEPING COMPANION AT THE m Fiondj
.l I NO PLEASURE a litetmi If there are indicationsof
Too
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*\\\XTl-U--Xl'at. wh.te: girl as'' CITY HOTEL. anything wrong; with your child's have oettij
11 --- - ------ -- - - -- waitress in select l1? eI. AdJr' =>-- eyes bring him or her and I will fit

,I I Cox A-G. 57-31; :: ; II. II. Knglehart, a traveling a: .1,6-. them. with GlasstK to correct< the -. main buisumeinitiated ;

fOR GUESTS man. was arrested Saturday Ly Mar. tro lble. If medical treatment is necessary A HI tI

A Rich Inheritance Irwin Fisher cashier of the Cen ,. dial Gore on complaint of It. I* Tis- I will tell you s*>. ,'. flaming art' I

tt'ual: bank, of Philadelphia: I'a., is I nor, another traveling salesman who .??I ordered tlit]P1''

the guest of I Dr. and Mis. J. II. Pier charged Englehart with having extracted Dr. Neville H. Clark soon be hertj

,+ Is that of thrift and economy. Most wealth gained by legacy is ,on at their home on Cedar street. I [ELLENWOOD[[{ LENDS HAND; 1:1 $57 out of h's pocketbook and lights put w'I unto i ) I li

usually squandered therefore, everyone has an equal show in Mr. Fisher is mak'.ns: a business while both occupied and room at the OptometristLook ,
# I middle at tI
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''j his efforts for wealth. Saving is strictly a matter of habit. De- tour of the south. BRINGS VESSEL City Hotel Friday night. for the Sign of the EYE.
TO CITY Orange a\'tnu
I The two men were ouc with some
? posit here your savings draw 4 per cent. interest. I t !
'r **HI.08T-Go belt buckle: with in- friends Friday night and' when they street one of

itai'e .\. H. M. to V. A. S. on back. returned to the City Hotel late in lighted SI reetj
CARILDA HAS ENOUGH OF I INLAND '. .. .
PEOPLE'S STATE BANK KvJwUrii to Daytona IJrcich hotel. the night the claim is made that Ti,:; city In mite st.Ths

nor insisted on Englehart sleepingwith rep]
WATERWAY AND WILl L ;
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. : :Miss E. B. Tydings, a cousin of him. Englehaiit: is alleged to ing 1"1" npac
IIEI GREEN GOODSWe
:Mrs. E. L. Stewart arrived from TAKE TO OCEAN TO FINIS i have arisen early Saturday morning.. lowed b) an

m l I'n-iid 'nt. !S. I'. I.I.\XII.: ('II,liir.. :M. 'AKTKK: I Miami Saturday afternoon and isis- leaving: Tignor till sleeping, and the *..tr Mj> -(I
!Vh'tl'r+ltt 'IIt+.ti. U. !o'I-\I.\X.1.: \VAi.OXKU.: TRIP TO MIAMI.
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,; i iting Dr. and Mrs. Stewart at their gone for a walk. I -. -=- -=-== to at OUI'" (O>j jl
'! home Magnolia: an'nue.Iiss 1'-1 Owner Francis Holler of th'e When Tignor awoke and examined >>>14t.c..d! n t

1:. dings was for fifteen 'e.11"6 in yacht Carilda has had enough of th'Ka 'e his pocketbook. it is alleged he foundt are carrying a completeline The unut-rsta|

It ' of a mission of the M. K Church tj. Coat;t'inland waterway and a tlu.it $57 had been removed and hen II seats are forviaiuors
7 V of Green
Groceries including
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I South in Mexico\ but ill health Mosquito inlet Ill take to the oceai immediately picioned rhe man a I

(I obliged her to give up the work and I to complete the trip to Miami. who had occupied the same bed with : rest and eiijoj

I ;> I she has recently been traveling for The Carilda which is about :/t) fed I. him and arisen earlier had taker and ''lit v Iew

/ { LOCALSPERSONALSlltil I the benefit to be derived. in length and draws! 4J3 feet of wa,. '' the money. Consequently he had End Golden Wax Beans broad Halifax I
I
tnr. has been just a week making th'tr.p glehart arrested. A :special: ivtl
/ fJ I I *lla\e you \oted in the CazetteXes' ; : from Jacksonville! to l1a.tonadda"s ;. The accused man was given a pre- Green an. the me-
Beans
.. Great Popularity Cont t>f yet? .
lay ev.-ninu
I being occasioned by being ere; luminary hearing before Justice Ti-
I I C. :McCann, who had been in lo so at once by all means. ;7-6t; tu brig of U Hmm
Iiemember we keep everything in quently tuck in the mud. ; Monday morning and bound over CucumbersCauliflower
t the city with his family for a day I ladies' and, gent's wearing apparel I The Carilda is from New YoHenroute k to the criminal court for further ex- and U <|

I or two. returned to St. Augustine at the Bee Hue, North Beach St. :37t: Mr. and Mrs. Oilman Davis arrived south and on board Mr. Ho 1][. amination. lie d.outly denies having I*"-it ton '()) ding I|
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Saturday afternoon. i from Oswego X. Y., Saturday ley has as ha, ;'juestsV.. !It. Curti:3 taken the money (rom Tignor.j thai om-

**A fine gold watch which is now I 1 afternoon and are located in the I and Stewart II. Kllinti of New TorThe -- gang IM a Mej

-if it i in anything: photographic we I
I have it. Lesesne:: the Eastman Kodak oC L. H.Uowe & Co., will be given I'' avenue for the balance of the season.Mr enough nailing tu the mud and per'. IN THE MAYOR'S COURT. and t 1101-

I Dealer. 14 So. Beach. St. 43 tf to the conttfctant; jn the Gazette-Xewa, .. and Alts. Davis and their son fer to take <>.o ,:he broad blue Atlantic PeppersThey this i r.'CII..1

Great Popularity Contest who secures,' nn-nf last winter in this city, in running chances on the breaker ', In the mayor's court Saturday E. t'i.t y. 1 h. "=eet ,
Mr. and Mrs. Goo. I.'. Smith mad the before company with a party of friends from where they will hate plenty ; Simm.s was fin. d $1 (for driving!; h" ..,
most ottt. on or Friday' o
the trip to Xew Smyrna aboard the 'i :March 3. at o 1). m. ;,7Cti Oswego and made many friend here/ water. without a light. Charles B. (frffn are Always Fresh.DAYTONA should fl' i

steamer I'. S.1.. Saturday morning, 'I 'I who will be glad to have them in The final: delay! on the run ti o[ was fined $."> for speeding an automo- and ''II...
visited friends in that city: during' Daytona again this season. I Day comma was em-ountercd when th'(i bile. Arthur Hamm was fined $1] ford I ---- ---- --- k..11 UII' u.
i Seven let and
I( the day and returned to Daytona by passenger car to I riding a bicycle on the ::-.idewaLk.I' '
Prt> utr.
yacht plowed hej nose into the mu
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i i automobiles stored at reasonable
;, train in the afternoon. SARATOGA IXG.HGl-;. I Valentine guest and tally cards i''. the head of the Halifax ricer Sunday I ", .., .
rated
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1 I I I at Clark's book store. &' -t I afternoon and stuck for go.d.1 .0.0SSSSSS 0.00000r Th.1)1..I .. /
"Ha\e you nominated your favorite Itoone 112.:: tf ; .
efforts to release the vessel from he I COLD STORAGE CO. : I Kaii (
in the Clazette-Xews; Coa- I (
Popularity (".. .\. HaHough took 'his dredge: up I I'I position were useless and Mr. HI 1.ew f'rd l '
tent yet' If not. do so at once. C. I* Pajkis, of Charlotte. X. C., I I Id ; R. D. JOHNSON .
the river to the mouth of the Tom art was dispatched to Daytona i n Long and Mgr 5.-ti: who has been eniplojed in lIankins'tlru live I t. .
'I ka river Sunday to open up thechannel search of help. 'apt. Kllenwood un< i L j I'M.o>n "U
;; store since the beginning of ,
and the a i u.! ; "
down from at the entrance of that t'n aged went to head of th'
Some parties brought the Sunday foJacksonville r .
reason.: departed
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alligators j\ I stream. The work is being done by I river in the Diie. He !sucd': < t.-l: 'U-
of
Ormond Saturday load big
a i
I ; ; where he has secured a I .
: I for J.V.'. Booth.; who buys 'ia; combination of everal of the boatmen in :pulling the yacht loose and to.\e d 1 : t|
jear-round position: with'the Everett ..
and sells the saurian There were I I, I'harlUacr.Ir.. Parks has made:; interested in the Tomoka river I it down to the Central bridge Monday IDle ppy. h.ltw/ib I
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: trip assisted: also by a donation from I II forenoon. After tiding up Ia"r''e i \
nine fine specimens in this colleci I
( t I: many friends in Daytona, who will YesOur t.\ .., .
I for time the Carilda continued lmejourney
tion. :Mr. Ballol1 h. a r
hit departure. I
regret
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south. 10.
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I Gold valentine bands placed on *For sale at a bargain-Ten room HADE TO PAY A LICENSE I ITO -- Buy Royal Scarlet Can
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book at Clark's.
any purchased I house at 621 So. Ilidgewood. lot 100) The annual meeting for the elettitMi '. l

t t WJ,1lm) : front 160 deep plenty of shade of officer oi! the Daytona Volunteer 1[t. goods, the finest food

-- --- I!; trees; all improvements electric! DO BUSINESS IN CITY. I Fire Department will be hem: Robert Edwards arrived from Jacksonville -
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m I i lights, city water etc Everythingin loii.sV; at the City Hall.Vtll products in the world.
Saturday and is in charge
in repair.: Address box OO. :.tf f
of the soda fountain at Hankins', NAGIL YAZGI ARRESTED BY MAR.I The stock i is new and Spring Ox-
drug store succeeding James E', *\ exchange u 5 or 7 passenge r'I '

Kilfoyle who has; ben transferredfrom : WE KNOW OF NO BETTERCATARRH SHAL GORE SETS HIMSELF I II ll fl'7 White touring: ear in good rur, Y clean and our prices I fords have just The Post
that position -to the ptvscrip- ning condition with $:Mt) worth of
CURE THAN RIGHT BY TAKING OUT MER I
tion and sales; department.'Look : I| I I extras for real estate in SeJ,1Jreez,e are right. Call antI get
CHANT'S LICENSES. I or Daytona: Beach:. Address box: 13.: I arrived both f for

in Clark's window for the:Rexall Daytona Beach. 57tf I prices on case lots. I ,

latest in Valentine gift books.:: Xagil Yazgi d'sposin? of somej I
w:;.- S-:, Mucu laces at one of the city hotels was ."\.. Dr. Huntington of Ormon';i gentlemen and

|i arrested by Marshal Gore Saturday preached at St. Mary's Episcopichurch Cia

Miss Margaret Haas and lre. on the charge of doing business with-I in this city Sunday mornin tin ladies.

Herbert Bennett and\ daughter. | Tone. out a license. MrYazgi pleaded ignorance and :in the, evening the sen-ices wer i have amt" -e 1

Blanche who have been vi"5itingIr.: of the laws in regard to li- :conducted by Bishop William CranGru I Grocery.1 fast sv, .

and Mrs. A. Bennett on Volus'a H 50c. ceii-.es and showed' a willingness to i >.. of the southern diocese c L Lyman _. 0 tO,

avenue for the past two weeks or comply with the law by immediately Florida. There waf a very good cor I

more, departed Saturday on the paying his city licence and making gregation and the music was exct-: I I1ANkIWhere \

return to their homes Miss Baas going SOLD AT application for county and tate licenses lent. I-rof. F. E. heppard unga Every Day is Bargain Day

to Pitt*>burg. Pa., and Mrs. Btunott iYoung's I Pharmacy and was allowed to continue I an offertory solo. ''Consider thUUe CI I Here. I:THE FOSTER CO. colT
and daughter to Leona. X. J. i in bll.inp'itnott\ proseuJon.y : *." by Topliff. ',
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