Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00210
 Material Information
Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: February 7, 1911
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00210
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
alephbibnum - 002072230
lccn - sn 93063916

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1 'I' Generally! fair tonight wad : THE + LO'N TICE; IN THE BEACH .

3 I ,,., .'I'. Wednesday. Moder.le variable DAll Y NE'VS' : Today. . . ? . . 7:42 .

4- .. winds. + q. Tomorrow . . . . . 8:55 .
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Our I Published Every 1vening Except Sunday D.tnng; December. January, .. ... ... .. ... .. ...
newIpection. February and March at the Prettiest inter Resort in Florida. + : + . : + : + : . + + +1 +.

: Sixth Season-No. 58
lick! whit 1.1 DAYTONA

and colored : -.- FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1911 15 Cents per Week

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liner Co. I j, CE' S W. WRIGHT :: :: DUOHWOVSHOSPITUandSiMURIlM"\ \\ 1 rWALLA I q -

Art and Jewelry I Store First A\ RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies Stationery aud Havana Smokers
Painting nue. Daytona Ha.

.J .; Carries an exclusive: line of new 'I PaperHanging I Tw.nt\-(11"111." .". i|1.i\.mil,,I in.<1 :;:'t:. ..iii-v dth""IIII"tI.\\I! IMIIII/ .'DI w.v! PRICES Books Only ttrst quality well cured to-

..i.... ')!' style Postcards View Books.and Daytona Decorating all I li .ho-pit.ii.iill. '|rr''|!l. Ii..")"'. I....!",ii.i.,. "i-, "r<.MtMOI.mid.. ;Tliorotiui--/ "I "' t',I",'"n i I'." 't"",,!,'I't I ""' .' J '. 'I GEO. H. CLARK II hacco: n":.!. I

219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE r'"; Km: t. i tc,, .niiir.. sPhone Waterman Fountain Pens News Vet Cave. Manufacturer
-- iSi BOHA.NNON: M. I D. H. ROWE & CO. I papers and
................. -- ... Periodicals - Daytona, Florida.

e- Grown :: ; The new Daytona board of trade has started a movement to keep the -

; city clean and attractive.
:: Everybody should
!1 from by re III

reduceiff : fraining throwing or sweeping and
trash from
: _.) papers their buildings and homes ;into the streets and allpv| :.

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0 ; ( MEXICAN ''
and Vegetables : : SPREADING;

Jwas Fresh =. fiNDS MUCH WORK TO DO 'I''I'i

Ball & Son :. : ,, "Chin Music"Never i' REBELS STRENGTHEN FORCES !:?!

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jirth Beach St. 'Phone I =-= - -
55 : NEW LIGHTS ARE ORDERED discussed at the gathpI'ingIonda: I .,

e.a...le11.I.lt.t.i ; I evening: was that of preparing ,a used to sell Abbey & Imbrie Fishing I! i I

i city dock where yachts of all! kindtraversing ALL EYES MORE OUTBREAKS REPORTED
: the East Coast: inlan Tackle. They speak for themselves.

SHAFFNEREstate waterway' may have a place, to lai.d.
a The plan presented is. that I
ry CITY COUNCIL TO BE ASKED TO a seawall \ A e
andInsurance i shall be built about. ;f.u; feet GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE CO \YATCHING i, 1
from ,
DETAIL ONE MAN TO KEEP the present sea wall, the intervening 'ONE REPORT SAYS -
( apace to l be filled in ant] "H You Don't Trade With Us We Both Lose Money."

BEACH STREET AND RIVERFRONT used, as a parkage, the filling: "to be I I WERE DRIVEN BACK IN! ATTACK
Juth Beach fOR
Street CLEAN. done by dredging from the bottom ot --- ----- -----_ -- - --- 'I COUNT. i
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s the river, this to 'provide a d.-eper I I i i

|. The new Dol) tutee !board of trade channel through \vliich the yasntsmay ; I NEGRESSu II I OF ,0 t,1EN.MEit'u .
is organized for business: and is going t come up to the c'tdock and GUN I FIRST I
I If COUNT 1 1t OF BALLOTS !i Feb. 1
about the task of beautifying, Improving tie up.The I j 7-The MI *-,

and boosting the city' in a" members of the ,board of f I I ican re: tolt U spreading and e.

business like way. At the very start trade are thoroughly impressed. with ARRESTED TO PREVENTA MIL t TAKE PLACE[ [ FRIDAY Y. 1 tieact-d; of alarm M the part of gut

i the organization has undertaken to the idea" that this is an improvement ; ;I eminent officials is being) i>Lum; >
adverse: which miitot !be made
1 Daytona bv making it attractive : sooner or 1 .shown.j .
4 for the visitor: now here was instructed

.,, with the idea that these visitors: wih: } to appoint: committee t to ASSAUL A I IS THE i \ outbreak is reported tod;,
[REN'S EYES want to come again will tell their inquire( into the cost of permanent .I It I I I from Zacatecas. where Franc

friends what a beautiful place the improvements along this line. SPECULAION AS TO WHO WINS iledero\! is'ery popular. Another uprising

|> carefully safeguarded city of Daytona is and induce others Mayor[ 1-;. \\'. Greene! was prl'S'ent I w
; reported I'
at ttblo.
t I GOLD WATCH.The Rural*
but one pair to last j i to come to the prettkst winter resort : at the meeting and made a pleato TOW I MAKES COMPLAINT l 1 ; GUARD COURTHOUSE I and soldiers are being rushed to

if there are indications in Florida. the business men and citizens to i leading top'of conversation both districts.

irons. with your child's ;3 The movement started last weekto use all po.ible care in throwing CLAIMS SHE USED RAZOR. DURI in Daytona now : the Great Popularity I A report from Sonora says two "
iG G
ami! sweeping TRIAL OF NEGRO.I
or her :and I will fit have better street lighting in the papers and trash from I hundred Rebels attacked the Feder-

..aSS1; to correct the main business part has already culmInated their placet of business and houses Contest i.ow being conducted i j|'i alt: near Navajo but were defeated
into' the streets and : I by the Ga-i-te-Xewt: by which i
dIcal treatment Is nec- in the ordering of seven alleys- fromwhere CHARGE IS THAT MINNIE GIBSON I GOVERNOR OF ;and driven back after a fierce fight
tell you so. r flaming arc lights which have been it IK blown by the wind to I II VIRGINIA $1.S-.11 nor, ;. of cash prizes are to':' in which the Rebels! lest 20 men. ,

.i ordered shipped by express and will 1 gather in piles at various places ATTACKED ANNIE WALKER I I II ORDERS ANOTHER COMPANYOF ,'i be awarded to the eleven contestants: !I t i. ?

rille H. Clark . .soon be here ready to be installed. front.along Beach street' and the river WITH KNIFE WITH INTENT T 01>I MILITIA TO REPORT { securing the most: votes. I Federals Led into Trap-
and put m-to operation. These seven THIS I I EL i 1
i A large number of contestants: PASO. Feb. 7-Genera Nararro -
jtometrist lights will The next meeting of the board 1 '
scattered from the KILL HER. AFTERNOON. have entered the and 700 Regulars
: race and are now marching northward -
le middle of the Hurgoyne block will he held the evening of February ,
Sign of the EYE. to I I; busy calling upon their friends; t to have been led into a trap set
1 Orange and 2o: at the city hall. Charged pith assau't with a dead \nSTOX.'a..
avenue will make Beach Feb.
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7i-A company I I rally to their support and help! them by the Revolutionists under General -
ly weapon and intent to kill Minnie I
street one of the most brilliantly Grbson of troops with a tatting gun I Ito secure the grand prize which i is j (Crosco Xew that the battle hag
lighted streets to be found in ancity )' I has been arrested on awarl".mt is a genuine $-"iO: begun> was received here
guarding the: court hothere upnzht Grand Chopin today although
in the south. PEOPLE DIE sworn to by Annie Walker i I
This I and will be given a preliminaryhearing during the trial William.'Furbes, I piano b)' subscribing: for the paper the Federals deny the reLpart.
step toure: better lighting and giving them their votes. .
i! before Justice Titus Wednesday a negro charged:; with; asaulting|I !
for Beach tol-i
street has Ix-en ;
GOODSjurying The lit t of It ks 0 reported
prizes to be awarded today that the
i 1101".1ll ro-
monning.Uoch : lill. a fanner's daiightt-r. !
lowed by an action which instructs::; i is very attractive and the tieat! of the Rebels
winners yesterday was
the street eonunitU.a of the board'( AS RESULTOF : parties are colored} and residents Threat-s of lynching have bee nht"3nl I will be well rewarded. a cle\cr ruse .o bottle up the troop
to of Midway, a subur.b:: of Day and to prevent any break: by !
at once purchase ;3;
placed: in the river front parka l'.1'I tona. The trouble 'is i said to have ;die mob the tot t T"or has ordered> !
prizes offered which
a complete The understanding Its that these''. >ni,carttd i.her huj-banil when somebody told :Mm-I another here company th c, afternoon.of militia to report -I value $1>.'.tl. a special p aggregatein /ize ofa Arrrtd! Men from U S.-

en (groceries seats are for the ue of tourists act STORM. was making eyes at handsome KI I. PASO. Tex. I
in- do .\tU1 Inflamed : I solid gold! watch is be- Feb. 7-A large I
e. l with
visitors\ jealousy :Min-i I
at) a convenient place t text of
WHEAT ins offered to the contestant *f' ur- / armed men invaded! aiexlco
rest and enjoy the balmy atmosplure mis said to have grabbed a razor MARKET EASY; j I jug the most votes before March :'i from the Tntied States today. TheIutlwrj.tits
and (gone on a still hunt for Annie II PROVISIONS : _
and the view and : LOWER
down the 1 I
up ; :
at Jaurez
p. m. at notified the 1
NEW YORK IN THE GRIP Tiie result of the hunt' po-
broad Halifax. i the story I
Wax li!i.'
Beansn CHICAGO. Feb. 7-T'bt.'h lt market This watch which was purchased d I Is ; <' at this place and troops tore
A of: the figi4! will be told to Judge I
special committee was appointed : i opened easier 1 (rem IA I II. i I' i sent to
Titus.;, II today witfe price : Rowe & Co., the well !stop< the movement. .
: Beans at the meeting of the board Ion OF BLIZZARD AND COLD. I: an eighth to a quarter lower cm lower known jewelers of this city is solid I

day. evening. .. the ,.committee. consisting !; foreign market Later tilt> prices ; j gold with a Waltham movement RevoJ;..t'onfsts Defeatedmil. -
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umbers 01 U.s: .Miner, \t. U. Gar I Blodptf I.o nM..ntn inn" continued The ., .\
: u' i to decline.' May was contestant who wins it will be 111"lexi'o.. Feb. 7 __. .
nen and \\'. C. HraiR'h to draw up a STORM COVERS NEW ENGLAND the member.; -f; the Palmetto orchesCra -1 quoted at $.a!I-,1: u) t..: ;:;; 1-< Provijsionn i :' exceedingly I lucky, a* this prize i is\ The Revoiu '
[liflower petition to the city council request-j: 1 1 I AND TRAFFIC ON LAND AND I aboard his. yacht Swastika today | were lower on:) hay selling very valuable. .\1 III a bat1 I' :.t Pwlmon. i't is tea I I

ing that one man from the street (leaxins; about lo o'clock! UJK despite a strong: hoy;; marks: ('at- i' Every contestant in the race I potted t4xJa '. Tin town was captured 1 I "
gang ''be delegated: to spend all his SEA IS I rnorn:1101': an out!.n?; at the inle-. I tie 1
GREATLY tibould
atoes IMPEDED BY j wenst -.idv 1 1I do their utmost to win this': Sunday eveni.ii: ; l by the Rebels. i

time in keeping clean Beach street 1-- --- { prize by calling on their friends for!I! but they were driven: II:: !last: night I II'
and the river front. The idea} of STORM. j jXEW --- 1 their subscription at once.<< j .after a short fight. I
fppersi The It I 1 ,
Glad I
this I Hand.
request Is that this part of the I DAYTONA.Miss .
7-One dead i i
ammklways city being the part most fnqtientet I I II Ii
Fresh. by the tourists and visitors, two dying :U7 in the hospitals and i I We should !i4- most ,happy te extend Ida Emily Pellet.Douglas.Miss I ALDRICII M I IN t FLORIDA; J !

should be kept clean and attractive 'many people suffering; with minor in i c the glad hand to every resident; of ,, I
Miss I Ite
sie Seden.Mis .
and that the city ('ann'll afford to! Juries from falls is' the result: of j this county, personally: if then will j Holt McCorkle. t AGAINST SENATOR LORI IER.
call : I I i I.
keep j at the bank. Until all 1 I
one you come :
man at work
removing papers i the blizzard whu-li struck New York i Miss Mollie Livingston.Mis 1.
;, trash and debrs from the we will continue to extend it d h these, i ---- ;
}.l'stt'I"tIaand continue; to-lay. ; Julia Stewart. _
TONAORAGECO. street! and river font. : I advertisements.; It is the iwist. natural RHODE ISLAND MAN SENDS '
i The severe Know storm ('0\-r.s all Mitss Queenie: Bell: Sullivan. j
The list of ; thing in the world, to do business I
members of
new *
the Xew i j Mrs. C. C BO .
England : allJlOlI
[ : sate-; and trailn/ : WORD
board of trado was increased by with peOIIt''t' klloOItt"n: I HE WILL BE AGAINST .
sevt on !land and sea has bex-n ureatlj l .in- Miss Marpan-t Parker.Muss .
eral at tho we hear one person; to Anotheri
[NSON, Mgr meeting :Monday evening peeled, by the U>rm. I I say i : Dorothy: Matthew >. j LORIMER IF HE IS IN SENATE iI.l
about I
and an earnest; plea was made by !some' business house. ? 'Xo, I Miss
; ; : MnruatiMiss .l
President Itowo that every man nowa I II I never go there because: I don' know Anna Mit: t't. i i FOR A VOTE. t ; I

member of the new civic organization AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION j illl 'OOt>." Nothing: ; is the :Ilatpr' I
i I I It M.Martrar.J' t :SI; "life.. \\\IUXfTCJX.(; Fell!
; with the store or its Misr: 7-Ac rdin I II
himself a committee go ; 11. .
I 1" )
of one to bring in several '' 'I'itiircrry( i Store of ours La proprietor J but here is a cas-. r.d \ilif;' I. .'111"1'I I I: to :"-; or: '': t'xl.iv' S"Ii.l1! r Alini.:., ?
new mem- TO CONSIDER RACE MATTER.I a .t.lr>. 1.. II. I Itt .., nl I""+, now .... .,. i
hers t won its tremendous: trade there > rl"'I1I..ril'il/ ;: .IIU.HI le I: ; t .
at the next meeting. The new I I hy reason I j are many of them whe t'!.- _"'. :, ; ." -' ... U11'.1Ii! ,. I ::11 Furdha: : .. I
I nlrll\.11 fiTin inltw:
body needs the earnest support ofevery I I i of the merits' of the food! stalls it i i proprietor had not exerted him.-! ; '.>' ... ..-' P.i.; rta I H..t.U3.. tft / ;nit.-Lor.iu -. .+ I

loyal citizen.A : SPECIAL MEETING OF LOCAL sells, but not content with offering 'I either through his advertisements or i MisMna Pollitz.Mi j' "' ; l h sendiim T t' :'r.( :nni't. ; I; I i

matter of vital importance to j quality and purity alone the pricesare I in person to become known tfj the l ;,> :a:I'\.l Vann.Mifs !,-'r or That> : :a Ipn'r to. ,t lneuI. : 1
i bodv ,
the city CLUB WILL BE HELD FRIDAY made lower than i with whom he wished I. r-ayin: rh hko-l-- f ff
of Daytona brought up and you are asked j to do business; ; i : XelliStiling.. .
i f Nii:::/; "l \ht.will !Iw
I i i1 :ir-n:: / ;a;;a :
in the This .
average groceri store. bank wants to b<> knownis! ; the Mi.; Florence I t
EVENING TO DISCUSS PROPOSED I .s Git.tt-II' I> riur: if he 1.. pre i.t; uhea, ;..o:!' ,
friendly bank. I'nless you kn)w us Mi.ss Marjorie Rntzeta.Miss ; I
V('tntj; takes places.We .
BEACH MEET. | we cannot hope to do business' with j J.
seaaart& Virginia Maley. I' _ __ ____ ( I
you. and for that reason we aim to i Miss Edith Houston. --- -- ----- --
'Spring Ox- Notices have teen l sent out for a make uhe reception we give aU rallers DAYTONA BEACH. Q ---- ,

; special meeting of the Florida East I just as cordial as the invitatiqis we ;Ii i Mi.ss Virginia; : Smith. I lk. CHURCH, Druggist ,

Coast Automobile Association: to be CONRAD GROCERY i -xtend! in these: a The t
have justd ;- Post Card Views f 1 Things: art arranged here fo} Yours I .Ili;; Virginia! Young.ML j ". .,; Daytona Florida.. 1

even-n (comfort and convenience. 1.9 s May Finlay.Mi f") 6
the ; afti'J ---- ''lelhrhl! f:, ,f.. 81ri/'
: both for for the purpose of considering and I i equipped to care for your dt. > j iI's SallvHolland.. 1 .I
COMPANY'PHONE with absolute safety. We art pre-j 1 Mrs. Eloi.Smith.: I '
NewClarendon dLj cu5sng: the proposed beach automobile have the largest assortment
pared to aid honest men in dE\f\ >lopin I Miss Irene }:;.( l1.lbr ,
tlemen and races and other matters of legitimate business t-ilt"l'itr;.'', ) Mayuie riwartz.Mi. I i of Imported and Domestic ,
importance i to the member of the
.t I club.. 61.Daytona. short th'-r-: :..= r." fn'..l.An >f a; 'I'In : .-s I....na Tomlir* m.: I !
auk( we r.t!l-!! '' i" : ''. t > "''M t.':?- SEABREEZE. !
have YEGGS u :-I't.. '.,; .- . .' M:,. Waters i
arrived. We are them BLOW A SAFE; Pearl Wilson.M
selling v 4 Lodge I I1
fast so you had better come CARRY AWAY 10000. I No. 1141 : :-, (;IruttUurdick.; t.I t.

I in today for i MERCHANTS? .,1i-r- v;'.I'-t :\1:ddl.-tt'n. I I I1 'i to be found this side of Jackson-
yours. XEW: YOHK.b. 7-The >:eftof: I B. P. 0. E. : Mi; :'"- ;Mildred. Odun.irate ,' /
the llelprin Knitting: mills t ville. Prices to suit all. Also .
HANKINS at : : .
The Druggist, WI'I .' Meets Every Tuesday ; I :.M.--: < ( Ho1.PORT '..- "
AT Tin I'U\'K: liamibur'ae; ; blown by yfiirmnnthis ; )I Eveaio'isilia, I ORANGE. some very choice + t

co. Where Volusia morn lu;. The robbers secured E? ,- fi Members Invited. I \1.,.,,; .fe,...;
Meets Beach. .$1..u< and made their: : w .' T. E. Fitzfierald. E. R. A. D. McBRIDE. President I j I
Telephone 69 There i ill no clae. t"Ctl'l'j' >to i Geo. F. Crouch. Sec. J. B. CONRAD: Vice.Presiden! I M.e- Perfumes.OD's"
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I //h?/ Dealer in i \
thc county seat of
23 miles southwest of
Concert Tuner is
'i PIANOS FOR RENT 1 COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the lat UNIVERSITY

BANK ter city by an excellent hard-surface lIE1.\Sn.> FLA.
? road recently constructed. ; Four college. and C Mrs tot
ICELAND, FLA. At DeLand is located the John B. Equipment; Hchooli.cost- to [sehani

FOUND Stetson University, one of the lead Kndowment Info ninny IIftM.timjiuo\ her uioAtie

1tL .IrL/ k - ", .,..,.., .....m "' .."' Capital $100,000$50,000 ing educational institutions of thc I-acuity f-,....ors of sod 4U Pro.In-
% .
.. < h.Wlthth. Irhahi.. ... Surplus South. Because of the interest in I ...t ru.tor". -i. -
'",,' ,''''. ", .J. "" hut non-M-tarUa
,,,, is known
: educational
77 for Aflfl' DE. matters nchlng. hiOlMliK
Phone HI' \lcURI
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ICE CREAMU -. -- ;-_ ; WOMAN-S as IId ----- - .c B.('OS: ItA I>. Stetson University has a faculty of Lincoln Hulley,
; EXCHANGE .'sldmtH. fh. !>.. dervvrnerbjcuv
tVlc.Fr. There Lltt. 11., .
yIl1.1..I.'E. 50 professors and instructors. I.U lj. utah
European:0. -- \VOi
1 A. and I Pr..ld..ntJ.
in buildings
: : euiht.rDREKA'S' v are over Wtri'dg
-. =-t: ....-...... """" equipment; nearly $300,000

I Restaurant I ; fact must be apparent to the mot ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep- J. W.T. PERKINS Chiropcdressing
By L. C. DEMAREE. Ia.i .\- investment in building i\\
observer. With such resenting an
..... superf-ial
One of Daytona's crowning glories I i isheilth! of natural beauty it became DEPARTMENT Endowment and books, of more than

H : HATS i :I is her incomparable beac'h0 BUSINESS AND an easy thing lot the hand of STORE 120000. The library is the United Attorney andCvnnsdlor J\ Itcounts S

New Stock Just in at : one \\hj: Laj ever set foot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS ran to give the finishing touches States Government depository for the

I : smooth, racked sands; no one whoever 'which h \wrought out the colors I EVERYTHINGTO State of Florida and contains over morning cj
House : I at Law ha101,; a<|
: Peck's Bargain pedaled a bicycle over its ex- and ouihno'S i; of the big picture. I EAT. 15,000 volumes. Science Hall one

: 112 South Beach Street. : who ever drove a I TO WEAR newest of 16 buildings, with from DeL
: pans ; no one L .. Man did all this in the )laymg out TO USE of the bIB retur
,.Iu..u.i.is..IsiIsIsIisi.i.i.ui.i.i.i.i.i.I.Ii prancing pair of horses and listened 01 the streets ith tlu'ir wide marginsof 1ItPiulInt its furnishings represents an outlayof Will Practice InState seatS
to the popping of their steel shoes I......................... parkage. The entire city becomes I : Hoom1'lt'utor 60000. Elizabeth Hall is one of and

I : LING WAH-CH1NESE LAUNDRY : upon its asphaltum-like face; no one ::. grP.-t park. \\itli driveways inter- 1'4'ryle. thc most beautiful college buildingsin Federal CourtsJEL. Phone

: J1S NO. RKACII ST.. II"YTOS A. H.A.Dress . who ever steered a high-power automobile : E. S. HALL : miles of driveways Rest UooinG.A.DREKA&CO. the South.
I Hhlrts! I! Sight Mhlrtii! 1Wtolte II. it.. Xini; :. m.Ies: upon tnganorouong
I Id'Woolm Hhlrts in down thebroad stretch of I motorists has a population of about
Hhlrts attract Thc
: and BuilderNo. so: good as to city
K tnd.r.hlrts "4 Architect : t
Check wave-washed and surf-packed sand : with thickly settled country D. FLA.
New Hhlrts ISlIruwt'rs,l H from all over the continent.And >:'FLA. 3,500 a
Shirts collar att, 13I-I'kli. p.'r "ialr S bus realized that it is a world beater : Sici Palmetto Ax.- : Fl\NI adjacent. DeLand proper is five .' ,'k Uoo
: Col1ar8or'u1s Handkfrrhlffs: ? :t FLORIDA.i.i.i.u.i.i.i.a.i.isisisi. as for the pa\'enH"nts. paemtnts I
I Ladles clot heS eorrfviKjndlns price a world-wonder. Go stand upon t that look and act like granite miles east of the St. Johns River, on Luke \o|

I .......................... this \viie speedway and see the hap .I I \\heie : else between the eastern Vo1usiaColllltyAbstracLC[! the high rolling pine land of the 'VRIGHTINSURANCE :t p on j

I ........... py souls flit by in joyous mood, and miles | 4 great "Orange Ridge" of Florida. 11111 .-inti
............. and Wl'. t.lrn seas are s< many
? ..answtiwbcther this is not one of i! .isuiiiISSISlp .cts are ,.
IsIsisi.IsD : prod
H. C. THOMPSON Alt.! wonders. N in proDortion to inhabitants? The ; .The predominating I "f''
the seven modern the estimatedcrop I
the and grapefruit h. (
W. C. CROWNING M. D. II pa\eme-nt question statds oranges AGENCY
I I : LAMB ENGINESHUPMOBILES :I The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.j and 1I street as one of the chief drawing; fury B,Tt Fish 1J.I.undli., President Hecr from this vicinity being over 1. 'a 5Vt
: Medicine
I Grapes,
unheard of place taryundTreu8.Abstracts : 300,000 boxes this year.
with cards. Till some ; :.
= Given at Time. : Where think you is water more Obstetrics 1U ,
Devonstration I Japan persimmons
I reports more aud better, Daytona : peaches, pears DcLaod, FVjrida< I'
? Nearly a Furnished
I PHON1Iu.I.I.Iu.I.I.I.u.u.'. W picturesque surroundings Offlcf Hours: I:110: to 3:111.: 7 to K p.m. S strawberries
f. ... mile wide. fringed with tropical vegetation = Over Kodak Place. 'Pbo e 39. : throws down the gauntlet to the and Titles' plums, pecans, gnavas,
. in
I plenty.
and other fruits are grown
artistic cottages with roomy I.IU.i.I.I.I.IS1IUSISISUi.i.uisi..i..US.SISISI world. Perfected i 1''I"
m.u....................i.I verandas, looking out upon her bosom Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Fruit. and Insured In the way of public improvements OLDESTLARGEST

I and | miles of fine shell roads, an
JACOB ESPEDAHL Whatever are many
i gamey food 'fishes in countless numbers and Fill :'Ibl" ii
S ;Maps Pints electric lights,
indifferent or even callousone excellent high school
and Builder howe\er
Contractor those
a >> beckoning as it were, : Blu prints !Huppll
:! Designer and Craftsman Build- with rod and reelher) bosom flecked I:: DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPhysician NI may he to many things: the mere a system of waterworks that is owned l and BEST i. u., itIt

,i -_ Superint.ndsConstruet1onot ings. Plans and !HiMTlllcutlonson !.. with duck and coot and; snowy- ;.:I and Surgeon : mentiG'i (.f lowers and squirrels, HrL\NI), KLK. and operated by the city supplying S ti

I on Short Notice. I b.rds; and fruits"ill send a thrill the purest water at little cost.
FLOIUDA. : winged sea birds, which sit about as PLACKPhone t till'
.......................i.. if for Ihe rport: of bobbing upon the :.: K' S that is reflected in distended pupiLs BONDLUMBER Nine houses-of worship testify that For Florida f>, -UI<
wav"es watch that lubberly old N I :.aid pi :.iked ears. DeLaiid is a church-going commu FARMS \t 'M
..............I. ;
1 a........ II white headed pelican pouch a fat -ISISSISISISISISISISIOISISIIISISISISISISISISISISISIS-- -- ----- -- _.- For ee>'y visitor with a spare goob nity. Baptists Episcopalians, Meth GROVES rt-i ui.-

I : OSCAR MICHAEL : mullet and that fish hawk struggling -r thi'i-e i is a bunny ready to conutiul COMPANY of odists (Northern and Southern), Pres -I

load he at-tept your gift. He will sit bolt Munuf.ieturers Christians and Catholics, TIMBER or ell'
: upward with his floundering byterians 11:;
t : CONTRACTOR & C. M. ROGERS I I meit: LUMBER and Methodists -
: snatched from the water :I D. D. t'l i'fti'it' and knaw int< the besides colored Baptists TRUCK it pi., illS'Oat

t. :. Filling and Grading :I I See the beautiful launches, spick : Civil Engineers : I t.i"t:iu furt\; >, saucy glances at you LATH are represented. LAND

Heavy Hauling a Specialty. I and span .wth'! hampers. and lockers In.;.M.ninle:: SHINGLES The graded school offers a teeyears' .nd for Bargain h !

.........................iI 1 bulging; : with refreshments, both solid : DAYTONA.. FLA... .- :N "Io'\'r-i.( Usually fresh and bloom MOULDINGSU'i course, and the building which :Mitt to. lullS ->-ui
It - ttuulIi-t! tI ; ,dd A'nt! -: furnished
-- th ,'! ti! year 'round you are renui is newly ph lit-ru
for cruise upon 14
I .. XX!,. I :!lid liquid ready a SI : 's Paints occupies THE GILDmm[ -
; I beautiful surface Take out jour field .....a..a..OI.I..Gmeao of (:loldsmith's. co.iple: where lu"a rtJ\ Uootlnt' throughout, and is one of the most:
Mthull t ntllior.itlo
\\ : UK
| M. ELLA DeVO & CO. ; i '-rh-NO antI i sweep the rivol1l0111 -- - -- ----- :->in!!!ni4! s)'':'nsr i its earliest \wt paid! }: l'ln-!. i- commodious and be-1 equipped public \ { CO
I M.iItrn'1:
: A MILLINERYAre ; Oriuo'id( bridge/ to To'ice: Park ..!..o..s.a. a..O .20a'-aI I :M'd! Miiiimcr's lingering; blossoms!: -5"laud-i(-
: i ..:;ht house then say whether tinll.J.Mx E. L. STEWART 1 I SI rc delayed. 111'1S:'. 10"1.LANDIS ._\. I The trip from Daytona to DeLand I '; l.NI'I 1'1.THE .A, \Vi1t-i-
Showing Fall Styles \ : ifii'i *, a thing of beautand and Surgeon S I IM! on' Y t:d roses of \:>riat.'tJ liu "-- I i.5 made by automobile in a little I omna.i C i
,, No. 8 Beach St.. Daytona Fla. : _i joy ftlr '\'er. and oae of the 111 Olio,rn *-". i'i lii itt- lit'"111".11" i- nt tin.. I 1':f'tlol.1: I:"' ; autbpr hou>thod! li.i over an hour and there: arc many the oala

a -.. I I \\olld ..i. I IM: '. Ear.: limit. itixl :Nooltlfi: ;.;nl !- ,. I I' i.<-;'.uit 'for tile |H> *H.t'tta andthi & fiSH drives la the vicinity of the i I and Mrs
- - - __ __- :1.01 l i.sih.I.l :M.i.noli i ;iuu. pretty I >
IIf . : .l IIM.I. t.t ol P. II.. d.u.-("llion-, >:, :'!1'1'1111"1 =, : rt- aflame; another is hid A good road leads to !
I ?! t!)@(!)!'@!,!J.-\\. 1! J.!.' '-!'!'!.! .!! '-! The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge .iiii : <:
1 : i East Florida i, wood. :ISISISISISUSUSUSIORS3USRSSISISISRSISISISISI ..I l ithf: spice,; of HJfe and here is \\:here htatt Courtspoclal and F>'d>'nil \ spot where 60,000 gallons of water I

-r % ( ) Hidsi:: ftocd avenue is upon the crest \ou find u, 4, .. fiK'ilitl" for bubble from thc earth every minute.

| Telephone Company 1 of a broad ridge straight as the crow I Tie birds nit in, and with the: inv p rf"ctinut!
.It tf 5 l flies and the wide spreading branches I DR. F. H. HOUGHTON :1'1 joyous iH'tts htJp to give fullncbi : I II |l'LAS FI.:\. to Ostccn 13 miles on shell and DeLandHeadquarters

Connections at Daytona ,| \ of 'he! heavy-trunked live oaks extend I i Minmtiry to the picture.s marl roads; thc St.Johns is crossed by

,; .i 3{ for Long Distance Points f their g>aut arms across the mUg; Dentist! _\ for fruits, 'hoict* citrus fruits: STETOT&BLYli.inc[' ferry near Osteen and cars can then Automobiles for

I I !iii.c: (':a \'sta forming an arch, and : olhiilii. .....k ,'. I I \tciui \ :tlds LJ:e paln; to none for A. At'wllrtEdorfl continue to Sanford and Orlando by

H. C. THOMPSON Mgr. \ from these extended arms great festoons I I'liONt: ;I u \\'',,., Etui south ItrilguSISISIIRSRSISISISISUSII quality ants! quannty per a<-re. There I'.ly hard road. There is a shell road AC.KNTFOR I
I :Mary 'httwart Maxwell Tour-
of Spanish! moss sway as the I -.ie Mores: of citrus grc\s in pros: from DeLand to Orange City five
_ .; !'@!J I Attorneys at Lav Cars and
'I ing
trade winds from the trop:c !seas --- -- ';iiit> to the cit)', branches bflidiiij :.nd Notarh Public1't.tNfl. miles, and a good road from DeLand

fan them. Looking straight ahead to the e-ith:: with their burdensholotus of like distance. RunaboutsArthur
Lake a
I : FL.J. .\. I to
"f. H. ; McCLELLAN 11 11'r :Jown this white shell street one has : T K:. t.It.f.L'rlllll K. Ilat. s : gdden globes which for I I I I

rhe impression of a fairy path with : FITZGERALD & OATES : I.. a lit y. ju-oflica f and all d sir.lLle

Mill Work j' .."fcn i ; draperies but as you move : Attorneys and Counsellors at Law : I <:uiajjttwuultj truly astonish. }'OU.I A.ERICKSON. : BOND SANDSTONE t BRICK CO, >'ul I..1'HnmlinUu lLuuuuiinHAMLIN inMAflAIw

: 'long' and cast an eye first to thf *>!>,.<.mi KtK-tim. I..i ,h:xiiniinin.mil ;: The Fastest f Autos and The Fines I 1 -Mitnuf.u"mirs I

'r about -rightnd then to the left you see I I1,'rfxtlni.: I I."t, Titl>. t I & CO. Light Granite, Buff, Red awl
ask him anything '
Write or I tillu iiiCoiirnd I'.ulldi:?. I'lion'I'.N 1 : Out. I
hornet the ; Lurge-t: ?'rOt'k of
want made of wood Every- % distmijuislicd cottage in Drab BrickI

_ thing yon the best. *-I Itl most delightful!; settings. t..I..1 : Thef\'..i.th w >rld wonder do >'fla : Pianos, Organs and I :, ',. C.at..adt\1 ; nr., Prompt "Milit- &
; . k..' C'tnifvl..'th..r (l'om Mi ,,:oii: Sewing Machinesinii 5iI' -cl-. ttrt., 1.i 1.1.1: | ,nul Pric.-.
-tl Phonc'123 '. ', See 'lu: glistening; leaf of the grand ;'fI'. .S.S e...S..i... I ...,....i.- ...!.!.!.!.' :Ii uf Jat"clln.d.' LAhh: :.I.\1 : ::. Fi..\. HAMLIN
North Ridgewood Ave. fr; magnolia: which nature has varnished : I fli' f.'o' .1 Mtiine. front I' aatuazcm o 'I.VNH:: FL5.ALLEN'S.
1 : DR. J. P. ESCH nd will be IH\\."
4.\--\: y..iJ ib no jrtnss brush ever could; and : mbtit: to. ; you LAKE HELEN
-- -- : wh.. tIe I!. worlds re(' ud lo:'
--- -- ---- the cabbiap! ; palms with their burden Physician and Surgeon h'-ro I > re Attorneys

:IOfruit and swaying;: palMs.Me ; .. I "lkii! \ is broken !with every nxiiirm : Surrounded. by several pretty lakes aud
11't ;' ,
: .
J uni-Ml, I I.i i itit'h I li n- -
PORT ORAffiOR [ ; !I' i . Autos bu'i...> tt ti! .- ils-: tad guarded by lofty trees is Counsellors;
{ 4lue < pine
I II..ur i'i
I PICTURESQUE rij.: lovely) holly wuh its. exquibt.'j ->- M. h:, Inn.'li. < 'Itl" : ,| : : N. \t to 1'o-tUMire!
.. .'.< l '; see the climbing vines; ,!:', Itt Ill.:..Mn.\; IILADAS'.|">. in. "1I:'ion. i I' \1 1':0.1 : ,\ . -1. .rid tie'! l'inf., ar.' on daily: piid Lake Helen, a winter resort of no at Lawl'vfNI'

the . . ..........: :" j :.i.d; the bii{ *:h' w is a., free at :-1 I DRUGGISTSJEWELERS little importance. Camp Cassada,
'. cr\p- . .
ponT ,VN II-: 1 i- i uu >t in the trees; see ..i..i.... .......i.' . . Sf. I
air..ttvllttltli'i i _' PORT ORANGEHOUSE[ '
stuntt'l! 11\' mill .. ; I hold i>ii ti.e great oaks and Stateljp.iUn .i. ...!fI.. ...,t.....! ...}...!! ..'.. !'' -'!I.Xf !\!. ; : ai!:d'* of fi
.'lUthof l>a\tonii ont : >. and surely you will join in ; :; I i'oi:t:n.ioi>> ShoW with a (latantl I : place several hundred people make

he I njton:i- S. w I I Jne chjrm! and say that this i is a f POOL PARLOR ;: "sitng!l; : : scene. I i winter headquarters. A laigc lumber !" 1OTAIITDaLANI
hnnl -urf i '
& I G. V. Fisher
.<-.. road, t hs.-.'nl world wonder for beaut j. : NOW OPEN I Evetything go*s, from a :!-h01'l:;.' II mill and the largest brick plant in
S Fred Cummings >, FLA.
hichwayof the Ka..tI -! power up ta jyy-hoTaf! : .power, and I Drug Co. : thc South arc located at Lake Helen.
I of Our Cottage Clean and Warm and
Owner and Manager Surpassing Beauty .
t tJ islooatwlon
'.st. Tb" town : '
'o from canter
; s-Jl: degrees Itpee'd a
I Drags, Stationery ORANGE CITY
A Good Place to Rest
1 the Hali- i Homes.No ClothingFurnishingS I
to a two-nnle-a-nnmite diV."uu Wipiobably
Huylcr's Candies
) fiuxRlvcr.nndl* : Play Pool Now : I ; Thc principal attraction around
catch the sp-rit, wner. :'OJ'
"{.nn>('t..c l with Xh one of Dajtona's attractions : I Kodaks, Cigars
.nlnliol" oppO1t.. PORT ORANGE I perhaps;. commands more nearly universal !) Checks Given -! I' uo the roads) anti the beach artjounj' I FL.\Nn. KI.\. Oran e City is the many handsome Shoes

". '! Florida sunshine free, th"balmy .. golden orange groves. The town is
t vTh 1; BEACH I ) attention and praise than does Myrtle Ave. and BeaclfSt.When The is ,
.. town Is w.'ll I supplied with water said to be the
. free the
"" ocean breezes: are
. .
the ari'etic: cottages. The owners of @.!: a (i.@! ! !J<
mnny hid out pretty and homes.has Lots for Sale. these charming villas hail from everycorner birds an1 squirrels and flowers are A. H. VOODALL purest in the world another attraction -

I A 1aJ'1lt': numlH-r ol Liberal TermsAllowcd f the country and they bring .........................': f.re, tie sparkling fountain water i:: to 'visitors. It is at Orange City I

and winter '' and will have to down The that passengers over the Florida East
tourists for andbuild .ne jou go
their own plans You Are Looking for I 1Hb
residents make PortI IMPROVEMENTSOcean the archi- .: : 1;nto jour wallet only for coin fo:, Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and

rnnge'winter headquarters. or Ri verFISHING upon them and. as : Some One to Do .:uto, :ODd bed and: board GROCER drive to Deland. The town is surrounded -I
ent of tht' I #:*cture of one section of the countr. I I I
attractl'! of This is ro fanciful picture; its aU] by land peculiarly adapted
iupverai I Convenlt to Automobile I d.ffers: from the! architecture another : .
.. !!.iLtNls to the cultivation of citrus fruits. [ issn. kLoRi P
KmCour < 'F
'xCI'II'ntI Work% I
the ( thousand
Wine iiud lirUige.Applr so: do our homes differ in i Electrical nere Its drawing other I _-
n-hlns. to outward appearance and structural : and l lM"'d'np them enthralled it wiJl]

I ,: .' ......"V- short sf: Port dl Ornncfnrrt tanovt t> WM. C.\I'nt HOWES beauty from one another. There are : i'iiarm aid hold jou. (.':me and si-i t I., .. .... ....; ...;.; .......;....................:

the remains I ol Port Or.tnue, Fin. no nioEOto'iOus rows of strikingly : PHONE 14.lFORLAW. .
.!;"> old I>unla tor similar b\jild'cgs but the eye as it - --- --- ---- - liTHE !

4 '... "ar mill a phu-'' I sweenby! is treated to a kaleidoscopic : "From the Grove to the Table1' DAILY NEWS
t III'ilsitedrhy \'r Port .
A hundr.tl. change which keeps the mind INDIAN RIVER GRAPE I.'i.- .

V :irlsts. One tlnr <' [ co. I \\ondring: "What next?" : FRUIT AND ORANGES. i.I.:I. +.
the country w..t 1 1r' It is no' only the exterior of many : THE ELECTRICIAN. .
I). Iut'PONT I : GPOAM. on the Halifax.
; whose J
I'ort Orange: surrounding : sorne three persons
1's1'r I
Grow..r of the*? homes which rivets; attention fmeat of fruit for satin : Gives Away ---
The quality --
th.- OKIIM 1 Work ;
andCLAMS :! Best Prices Best
OYSTERS ; w".b.c they are models of convenience I the *
; : in
lots. mentioned
.11. was a \1I"t In- smoie boxes! or car Special names were _
and the finishing and furn.Shiug : BEACH STREET I.
I and sugar\ : can' ... : attention paid to filling orders.
e.ico: Pt.Orn n -lln\'tonf\ I ( Eve
pIintatlon.Thenili:: : . jive evidence of the elegance ........4 ................ .. MUNROE & STEVENS : r y Day previous day's paper : :
was opo'rat.'xtt'n- I and cultivation' of those who worked +
.e earlji 1. C. HOf" {ES ...... ... AND SHIPPERS. +
*:wly In tho I it all out. Indeed, it is the interor: IISISISISISSSRS I* .| CROV.'ERS: .
it i l hut huts!huen I ittl Four Tickets the :
i:yq and furn:sh, :nn:: : :to Crystal
arrangement artistic Hotel: .
POLLITZ Next to the Ridgewood
',U.;- for forty 01fj I Real Estate : JOHN P :| Office .
and sn,:diis, more than the txteror :
tvA.uir. Insurance I.I Theatre and a'Merchandise:
Very Interest!! i apicarunce that gives a surpissns! ; -- *

ii,tv.- from Payt.'uu.. ,', NOTAKY PIBLIC I''charm! to Daytona hoaxes. Th.s; f".i' : Suchard Chocolate e. ........... ........... ........... .... ...!.! I : Order for 25 cents'oti: some :
I. I' I
u. h ooean -
y 01I" L Port Ora) ,.:.. Ma. ture jastly merits pranI1.i.c- :LaI'-! 5 and lOc CakesISIeSlISsl.x..cca.i. : GITTENS & MESSING I

;<> th Port' III.proadl erll': K .er wonter.Streets -. .lt.M ; --. -4,1_ I ,.' \ :C local store. : : : : : : :.

l 1'1"1': ", aoro. T.!h, P ard" Pavements the Most ..ISI.............a..1 10 : .--... Fresh Fish C __ = GC
nil thssuu ar -54 ==== :
I I. u. : *
through 1 : and : McDonald's Boat Yard .-, \ Clams .
; ...lu'lpaltr.t Oran .'..t> t h.o [ I !1 J \\"hthq. Architect of th,' V:i.> :'-.. Lsfabhshed: 1903 II: : and Rose Bay Oysters : Watch' for them---youibe : 1 e may :

.... of t'l -" ''" chose to give: Daytona the mo-t :;.1 : CHAS M McDONALD. Proprietor .. $ .
u. Merchandise : :Market: Sjjth Beach Street 4
!.,' ...1 oIl! \ I. ': I' mirabli the most picturesque! Il'll.l: : : Raways:! Boats Built Repairedand a on .54
o t.
I': I. r..tun.I'; : :" : srtt.ng: of all the cities of th- Sc-u-1: Housed Phone 5 Prompt Delivery : :
:: :
th. .. Pert (tranl n. I C
l'l I I' i\tona I 111: II u:I'y'i.' .!i"r I. \ Is nor revealed, but that such ::8 :a .....IS..I..S..g........C B ; ..!...f.... ..jj.'j.5j !' '.v i'i iy!' ...... ..t... +..t........ a... .eC4,4J $......+.....

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t URGE[ CROWD! ATTENDS : cation-the prayer- that wrestles, It The Magpie Ceiling SMYRNA 6 I.
may be, all night, till victory comes, One of the apartments in the ancient I PROGRESSIVE NEW
((5); dedication-,''ihe unselfish dedication royal palace: at Ciutra. Portugal I

LORIDA THE REVIVAL MEETING. of self, love, hopes and am Is known as the Hall of :Magpies. SMYRNA is situated fif{

i bition on the altar of God and the Painted in tbe arabesque ceiling, is to .I NEW miles south of Daytonaand ORANGESIf
spiritual good of ohers be found a swarm of magpies.: Each is an ideal spot reached you want the
STETSON WILLIAM D. UPSHAW GIVES A The speaker declared that a real: I has in the mouth a scroll, on which AND from Daytona by a hard surface road \".'r\' \."->i Orange
JTTtdirs. painted iu red on a white ground are of the most picturesque npplt !at
winding;: through one I
God-sent revival is the greatest thing: I
I STIRRING ADDRESS ON HOW the words, 'Tor oeui.." The story II I parts of Florida. Point Grovefor
UNIVERSITY thai' can come to a community, for back
runs that King John of Portugal was .I With its ancient ruins dating -K>d In nd I ft1 -
,, TO HAVE A REVIVAL MEET. when the thoughts of the people! are to a time when the history of man dlnnltUerOrancT
DELAND, FLA. making love to one of the maids of :: 1
Four opllegei and 6 John Lh'j'gston, was called turned toward God ,they live better honor in this chamber and was surprised i runneth not interlaced with wires .tatGrove hi*,l beat. In tb
T.-cbnlcall-lcbooll. INGS EVERY NIGHT AT 7:30. and telephone i
of the modern telegraph
the illness of i I lives and make better citizens to NKW: N>n I
Equipment cotIDK to DeLand Monday by by the queen. Ills majesty made its miles of shell streets as situated 11 m
Endowment nearly ItlJOIXX jaooJXjo). ....'!\ her mother, Mrs. J. II. Herbert. A splendid congregation marked say nothing of the i Usues of e.eni- the Lost of the circumstances and exI'lained F UUtll I I hard and smooth as a floor and over I from Daytona OB
Faculty of i I ity. He said the real revival puts a to the "1-: bem niiuka M. that the
40 Pro- -- the first week night service at the queen por arched by hoary forest giants Smyrna Koad.
lessors .and Christian' Instructors j Hot baths Hooper's Barber Shop.I revival meetings at the Firs: Bapt-st: "crimp" on flagrant sin. The speak sacre" ("Oh it is nothing; at: ill. It is Resident grew in stately grandeur during the Prices Moderate
but non ('tarllt.n'Tt" 11 -- church last night. ers' manner was full of fervor and quito right There !Is no harm f n It"s) Town and lapse of bygone centuries. New FERD

For Information.hlng. R. H. Sclater, of AUanJta, Ga.,I William D. Upshaw. the first layman -i the impression; was profound. The: whether the queen was satisfied the Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNProprietor I
address: electrician for the Southeastern Underwriters meetings continue every night at legend Is silent, but the ladios of the and rest.
f evangelist spoke from the words
I :
Lincoln Hnllev IsIn the court were deeply Interested and were
Pn. IX. Lltu ixi in ''the 8th;; Psalm, \Vilt thou notrevive 7:30: o'clock. I All nature here is very inviting to
Lt,. D. city making an inspection of the! ,I constantly saying: to one another witb Here
the tourist and pleasure-seeker.
President us again? and in discussing"How I *
I a smile. Tor bem: Por hem: The
wirrng. to have :\Irs.Iark: Anthony and daughter, too is to be found the b.st fishing and
a revival" he des I king thought It time to act, so he commissioned R. S. Y
Chiropody, manicuring and hairdressing -I cribed the steps as ((1)) confession of of Taunton, Mass., arrived Saturdayand an artist to paint on the banting in the state of Florida.
J. W. PERKINS at the Comfort Shop. 57.6t sin, to God and man. ((2)) restitution: :: I are with :Mr. and :Mrs. T. Fred I ceiling as many magpies as there were General The people are thrifty, the business -I

-- I of things kept back from God or Brown -ait their winter' home at Daytona I talkative ladles about the court eachhiding men enterprising, and all unite'
i i! J. R. Turner, ex-eheriff' of the I II taken from man, (3) reconciliation I Beadi.' They are cousin of in the beak the ribbon with in extending the welcome hand of

e Attorney andCounsellor ,I F county, was in the city Monday I between man and man. ((4) suppli Mrs. Brown. I tit words. "Por bem."-London Globe. and 1'I hospitality to strangers. There are

morning on his way to Poi/l/ Orange i five church edifices for white peopleand
I -------- - Fate of Portugal's Homer."Tbe
at Law L. Smith I for the colored
e havfjg accompanied I Lusiad" is one of th.. noblest an equal number
h from DeLand in his automobile on! r "' records ever written of national glory population; the town has an excellent .

I his return from a trip; to the county and success. Camoens. its gifted author and high school. a splendid public
Will Practice
f ands InState seat. I, determined to do for Portugal library, aad up-to-date business
FederalCourts Good Reasons Why You what Homer had done for Greece. The houses.
Phone 2* will call for your clean- great poem was written in the sixteenth -
New There are any number of pretty
Ing and pr".=smg. tf BURNETT. century. which has been! called
t homes for the permanent population,
the heroic age of Portugal; and its
DzLAND, FLA. Among. the visitors is the city is Should Vote for main feature is the rounding of the THE which numbers close to 2,000. and I
C Jack Moore, a druggist, from De1J'sLake i Cape of Good Hope by "usco da Cams, some very fine winter residences. STATE A BANK
II while a most interesting episode is OCEAN There are good hotels and boarding oK
North Dakota. Mr. Moore is !
WRIGHTINSURANCE the crowning after death of Inez de houses where you can find accommodations -
a personal friend of Dr. Raw lines NEW SMYRNA I
I Castro as queen of Portugal. "The F. W. to meet your requirements.
and came here for a visit. He ha: '! Lusiad" took its name from Luslus. I'Ih'l'ItI' Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a I I : T. HAMMOND I'JoliN
been impressed with the I
d so countryhe who was said" to have founded Lisbon. section of vegetable land as can be P.ld..n1i! (
AGENCY has decided to remain and will Its author was horn about K>20, and : : iiO.: : L. HKANNINGi
found anywhere. This land has been '. .hltrTransacts
locate permanently in Florida. I his career, which began brilliantly $3.00 I 11'
I divided into small farms which can
-- I was blighted by the death of i broken a
s' i heart of the laly:!: of his love, f >whose Special be bought at reasonable prices. Someof I General
DeLand; Florida Dr. J. C Herman Osteopath. 20
the finest celery grown in the state j
sake: he was banished from The land. I
Volush Ave.. Daytona Phone 40. tf Firbt-He will be active in all matters pertaining to the goodof lIe wrote: "The Lusl itI" in his. hani h- Jo:'tt.,II. nt : is raised on this laud. All other ve Banking
1'is I ment and was recalled\ in 1571; losingon and : tables grow Abundance, and e.1 Business
OLDESTLARGEST the city.Second.
The l.dies'Id: Society of thl\ the way all\ his prolK[ ortr except his NK\V. :FI.OH to' too, is the home of the famous 4 I'rr on lime Cent.Deposits Interest! It '
Furst M. E. church will give asocial poem. Pensioned at first by the king River
r : -He will be approachable all the people, at all times this great epic iM.ot of Portugal:; di >dIn oranges. .
led at Epworth Hall Friday evening -
and BEST 7CO:: and will all to prnperly recommend great I poverty in 1370; vhen his
r4c clock for the members personally: inspect (complaints as .
ng patron was also dead. I Iee.
of 'that church and their! ,
to the council. .4 .. ...... .... ... ......... ;
friends. A short program will belro'i'ded eee.
t For Florida Third-lie will hold your trust as sacred and do his duty regardless ...........................
{ and 1'ght: refreMimeiy; swill

uh FARMS be served. Those attending are of friend or foe rich or poor. : R. H. MCDONALD : The pf.i.

GROVES T 'que*>-ted to wear the name of their I Joseph i.
S. city or town and Gate: upon their Fourth-His knowledge of municipal affairs:' and his experienceas : MEATS :
Cs, TIMBER or .
clothing in such manner as to makeit an officer and knowledge of the city will enable him to give the : : : JACKSONVILLE. FLA. :. ;
oTRUCK plainly discernable. Florida and Western .

LAND city a clean, progressive and up-to-date administration. .: The Choicest Steaks aid *. : Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor : :

en Send to'beto.fflr Bargain. Beach cottages, fully furnished, assistance will him in The Primest Roasts : house in Florida. Sole distributors for :
Ch low rent north Hotel Clarendon. Apply Fifth-He will appreciate any you give .

ed TilE GOULD.WOOTTEN Cherokee cottage, opp. windmill. ; his! election and to make Daytona a "Greater Daytona." *. lel.hone| .Ut what you want f nil se-. : Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer i
ta 51tfMre. I J wllliki 'n\or to .. that you .tit :
\ { COd :l Sixth-As: your executive officer he will try all cases: in the municipal .. I'lioiif V.. : .4 : Special attention is called to the :

R. C. :Mitchell :Mrs. C. )1.'Lder's court, and if you (1.) not want the ordinances enforced do : MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. :
j 1.\'S H, FI.A, '\ mother arrived from Cincinnati. .I : POULTRY I .
not vote for
r Ohio, Sunday, and will spend Ti! "irli'r>ou li ave "our..nt"r t 11.' *
: : : Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. :
M. II. zrnEILI ,
fly : : l h.-tt.-r 'h\II': you hewof i; t tins!;; J
the balance of the season wl'IrIr. I .
he THE 1'- and :Mrs. Wilder at their Daytona iI l JI ** .the! choKt." .. .................................................4'.... .
to GORDON e Beach home. I ...................*......

i4 er lb GARAGE The .Yhf r"slid islh"iiiYliYVtiti.'V1Yi."e .''W 1:ti WW'r'i"i'r'' "'6 6 1'sYVNrr'iilM1ieil. C;< (\ tNJ'M Nffl' L'. "dV 4"a"d4"ii V'eI

DeLandHeadquarters .

by en for & MALE COMPANY

by ye d Maxwell Runabouts AGENT Cars FOR Touring and I I 1BINGHAM [ I I

0 Artbur n.p.lIu11111n IInnllnllo'ul rnrn !

tt.rut,p.b. HAMLIN HAMLIN& m< When ? 1 1I


es is and Coun'idlors Attorneys' NOW is the TIME to PAINT Come and select your := I 1'1 I II

no at LawJIF.I.S "

;u.a s : II, FLA.ke I =; = colors from our large stock. W I

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I ELAKI>, FLOKI DA ? spent in paint will keep it looking like a palace. .


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4 ; the ; ; Published every evening except f JD- Store . i!| WE SELL' iI i- i-

1 IrA.th.B 'I.'I.I lay, from December 1 to April 1, by H<


E. FITZGERALD. Editor.C. Values>Ion"aw1ng in ', Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of i ..

I I S. HARRIS, City Editor. Enamel Ware : lubricating oils on the market. t a.

CLOTHING IIAKRV L. ROOD, Adv. Manager I Japanese China j ': : :

GEC: ). F CROUCH. Superintendent Laces i| 'i WEREPAIRAutomobiles ..

: :1 I "I Entered as second class matterDecember I! Ribbons :; : i .. L
Webster's Grocery Store : of all makes and in condition. : .
II 1, 1910, at the i>otoffic* Opposite j any .'
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_ Seabreeze Ave. I :: :
at Daytona Florida, \under Art of
rrv-tjil I Ttn-ttt,'r'' I --- ta SuT
Tlirt- ;ir two tirkt! t tto :
: I SHOES i iI Mardi ::i. 1879.j t'tor'hir tnnua.-,h..oll.tant.l.IT N> \\. offlolor I,i c ...

I I STORES AT I Daytona Ormond, Titusvillc Daytona Florida i ..........N................-.1111........1....1.1.... 'i Central Auto Garage. i- ..
I, ( I Alm Beach, w Palm B ach. .1. ..

.........................ee ....eON..NH Complete Machine; Shop : j ;:..... .................o..............N... 11, NN.1: .
Clarendon d G Co C :........
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i Rail and River. I : OPPOSITE HOTEL CLARENDON SEABREEZE FLA. : i iI i 0 Toast Your Bread in 2 Minutes 0 :!

: AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. SkrviZrn'; :';:: 'fu: .IIIIII. -,,. : J'I I 0 :
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ATLANTIC COAST LINE. 'I break these records on the same .. ..

E beach where they were mad Itbelieved if> I: ELECTRIC TOASTERS J .

Best-Service the manufaoirrtrs: of both : All dt:
to the East !
rF' cars will be glad oi the opportunity. AND IRONS

; I.PI1\ Jnck-onvlll ...... ... .. ?JOn.tn.Arrive to send their fastest cars and' butt; I J selected f
slmelld Lhi 1, (to d 1 .. H/ vniinnh>U- "..ll..V..'..op.m."..in.Aui MAY COME I drivers to meet in Ira e and races J help used

DAl 't. Crirfyifltf through Coaches! rhxrirton. 4:, p.m. against time.. $
with all HI
Ettectric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room Klclimnnd\Vu hliiKton. 4.am H.iina.m.> : The regular meet ne nights of the I J. B. GARRISON The Electrician. Phone 71 .

Sleepers, Dining Cars. Jacksonville to "., Bnltlmop* .. ... ....... V.lfta.m. Hotel l Men's Association: have been I *. : finest Che!

New York. New W. Phlhu.lphlll..I1.s".m..York.1.... .....150p.m.: MEACH. changed: from the first and third ;.. .*. ... : Snmmci

:Mondays of each month to the first

New York and Florida Special. I.ux", 'lexreJuehsom111r.Dally: Except Humluy....... ........ .... l.Kip.m.No.wIescrlptfonofthtspputxrtrain and third Friday evenings, so as I:NI.Il01tM.N..N..NNN0NNNNNN....NNNN :.....N

Thli train consists of Pullman drawing Savannah .,. BJ bvp.m., not to conflict with the regular meetings ; ...

Boom brmry-Observatlon mate Koom.Hlff:cars ping.litatd\ Dining l hv!:and fctfHiii LI, Arrive" Charleiiton lUcbmond.........................7n5a N;5 pan.n1. NEGOTIATIONS M ON of the new Ixxv.-d: of trade. 'r BOND LUMBER COMPANY .
Washington! .: a.m. I "".....i
brtfiantly: the nw ( -Ipe.tlhrakrsand t"hctrtl"B .....ll..iTa.m. --- .t Manufacturers oft .
tm lighted throughout J>:y ..,.... ... I .
tty. epeclal lights liHng provide for each .. W t'.t Fhllndvlphta: 1.4S p. TOMORROW SETTLES i
berth, affording perfect comfort in writing New forkAYr en K. K. WITH" AVIATOR MC CURDY. ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER .
"' ., :Kd! Mi..... SSA t p.m. MAYORALITY CONTEST. .
D rforrradfngat Laths. Shinties. Flooring Ceiling, Brick. Lime and Cemeit in Stock .
I Jacksonville. 0.15a.m. I I II iifllce' and Yards Eatt: Coast It and Orang. Ave. ;
I Florida and West Indian Limited. ( Arrh.toMJt'.RnnHh................. l. tp.ni Tommoroxv occur the annual municipal \ : II""R. 1 .
Augusta fjfi p.m' HPTEL election, w hen a mayor and I 'Phone 83. MALBY, Manager. .
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches, ::: .
Electric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room Charleston Htchmond! 5.4Ap.m S.lna.m.> TRY TO BRING NOTED MAN-I other officials are elected for the 4.................................................... .
i l Washlncton! 8.40a.m. .ensuing I' S Conce(
I Steeping Cars Dining Cars. Jacksonville ".. Raltlmort'.1U.I.H.m.1 ( year. --
f W. Phlhttt.lphll\.12.p.UI.!; BIRD FOR RACE WITH AN AU. I The greatest interest: centers on ; '1 1S
to New York. New York............... J.5up.UI. .
the mayori'ity contest: ;in winch there j < .

Coast Line Florida Mail. I....are Jacksonville............. ".. ')1'.m. TOMOBILE. are five candidate' *, each confident ]r------ ..
;f Arrive Havimnah.................J;!II:;11.11I.
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches J <'hnrihton............... :;.I 'jIl.III. I' If the movement started by the of election. Opinion i is considerably I]I What's the .
o and Electric-Lighted D.rawing.Rom | Richmond. s.ini.:P.III.: :: Utieli .Men's Association fraytona divided as to who will be elect-11 1 : I'i White HeljH
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Sleeping Cars. Jacksonville to New York.': r.tltliiiort-. ............... 1.3>u.m. I'I ed, and friends of Each of the c andi- : :\ .
I tC. Phtl.-KMphlii. .... *.l'''n.tn. I at its regular meeting Monday night Th CrimjI'll
Stops at Meal mutton- \ :: "Work................. i..1:111.11I.: { dates are diligently working for their: I| S III! (tt J IH'O
Local Sleeper Jacksonville to Savannah. i it; carried} through to v stici-cssful favoritt s.There. i i I II .

Best Trains to the West. culmination the jeojile of Daytona are 26-:> : persons qua iI j..d | Use .. Sail

will have an opportunity; to see to v ote in tomorrow's election and 'I i e
No. 3. South Atlantic Limited No. :1\;\ I :.t: a nil'5'1! Montgomery Route '9..aixl9wj aeroplane flights on Daytona fr-ai-h !t ':; anticipated | heavy VO:t":1: of spending your time sweating over a
-1-1 'die 1.1."ot'eJ. k in March, tine flights be polled.: \:
I )hot stove these hot days trying to get
: I 8.16pn1 Lv Ja"k"oll.I1... \1' x.13 pin i I" I Li; 1'11I'1.,' .J..k..II"'III.\r. :: 7-,lInm to include a race between an aex I ", 7..0.1'11.'
8. ant 0\1' . .\tlalltll I.," III.\: \III I "I.wltun.lr- Muntgoua I.\' I : the done time when .
.. ;: 1\lIptn I>laiu> and UIK* of the farfavs! :a a> onto THE YACHT ADELAIDE II family ironing on
I 8.tO pm \1' .L"lIl 'IIIo-- J. r .1111I J I.1"1'11I .lr I iruttnghatu. Lv :'- IIIIU .
I 1.06&111r ladtulaNiti [ la' .JII"III i'.A.pn, Ar Xu hvtll' I." ".111111 I lIes::! ill tin- world. .
f 8.tSpUlr.. ..rhietnnatl 1 Lv 'c''x111 1 1.1"1111Ir.. 1-\111I"1110': .J.,. I..UOl TOUCHED HERE MONDAY. i ii : you can buy an ; T:
7.10am1'. ... C'hkllgO. ..In 9wipm ...4111111Ir' "'t.l..utll.). . ...Ix 9.w pm9ri1uu In addition to the atr >i>!snc fiiuhsit ;: : e ai .
\1' .hl.t:.!... .. ....l.r ".a.:! pmNo. i i-s pn>jKtse) J. if p rs .;lile. to poll i The private: )'achtdela::d... I II!, .
-- I off some I.:..-.... between ihe Fiat of S ratl.oii> I Ia.oact'! d Iw'r<> fo.- |i AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRONFOR I Ii ..
91. Dixie Route No W. Xo. t'- .
Flyer Seminole Limited :Su.H. I and Hi'iiz: aiitontobiU-s. <--oiiced-d to suju H b .Monday on her war to .

r --- 'I------ --- be Uic t\\o fastest. tua&t of: aie in ; :Miaaiih nv she tall; b.I.- jo; 'leer< by I i i .
8.251'01 11 f.' Jarkunvllh' .. .Ir 7I llIm ci''pm' Lv .JI.C'k.n I Ar ;..'.= tin- l.NP'IIti11liOt2S. | lior u.'.Ix.\r, 0 S. oliMSou.( and par'y. ] .
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10.bput .Ir..14xvero? .1.' ;;.Ulwn 1 1..1:wpm I.\r' "H'ro.? .Lr :'.1.11'",
7iwWw.Ir..ltlanta ..Is ".11'1'11I ".Mluur ..1Ih.uy ".. 1 I The Adelaide II' :tb a andco1u1'ot'talle I II Y
I \\1' .I.v 1.ware: i hose:: !Itevii opened roomy
fltSplll ir. ... Eva: .,'I1''" Lt x.Ciuu: 11.:1..11. \,.\1'. BirIllIIlK'"m'. I.v' ..... I .
.t ltml.\r.... rhfcneu I.t !a:-! pur I 7.t:'iii,, \r .... ,'lilt-licu. .. Is tl.ilpn.l pot IlwI\\etii t I... I llo.el 11..u'tif45 4)) 'Mtiou. : boat, :.u fee in leaUliI
7. am I.\r......1"1. I.olll, 1., I ,.... .put I 7.I :.utI.ir.! ..!oIt. Lou. I.vIjapn, i and) .\\ iator .I. .\. D. )Id'IIr() ', who 1"*"-I dy I 11': foot beam fiwl of three too: .. :i $3.75 1 1i :. I'

'iiHy. UUt"DIlt'\l; a flight from I KeyVewt !! draft with a :3-:. |ioxepow4-r" Almey-! 1 :
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For Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information
Call on or Write
r \ to Havana., drop'Pn: into she i Trc urtba engine i for her nuxive:i : : o*
t' A. W. FRITOT Division Pass. Att. W. D. STARK, Traveling Pass Agt. .-('a \\ilt'n lo) miles from the metropolis |Kw-r. She is in command of Ca"ltt.I I ..

138 WEST BAY STREET - JACKSONVILLE, FLA. : of Cuba. McCurdy us stKl In !, 21. 1.. C-rannier, w.to was: with :the 1 I i i .. ____

I Havana prrpariiig for a return fiiiifctto same bout: in these waters !as:. I .
These are the Standard Laundry Irons and are
I Iv-y W '*t and a cable: : mevsateIKIH -'';( OD. although; it tint: time silt :i ..

I Seminole. Limited I Steamers U.S.A.Constitution. I l 11 .H-n sei.to| hian! asking h' rte: has under different\ own rship. I for sale by i.I i.

make -- : :
can arrangements to come toUaytl'la
SOLID TRAIN AND for three flights about March TERRY McGOVEFiN. DYING; I II . . .
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Electric Lighted Throughout.CIIICAGO ::". one. of fJlic-fc-e fli ;rhte to Le a race ( FORMER CHAMPION PUG. :I .
HOT Sl'mXGrk... J'eb.T"r' I The Schantz Electric Ice 1 .
p15 Ctd beta t."t.'U his aeiojilane! and an aifijomobile. :- .
are now running betweenDAYTONA | ry McGoveni. the form r lightweight!; : ..
champion: piiaUis;J: of th. world ;is
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In addition to the flightsas :
1 . and I I aa attraction the aeroplane-rtHary of the ,.lying at the ,point: of death) here ,o- :(0o and Water Co. I a.

association;, : was ins: t *ti>d to commu- day. 4! .
41tROP0i PALM BEACH I -- ........ eese".NM..CHe.... ..
nicatwith the iuanufadLiirei: and
I I Feb. 7 In American History. .
drivers of the famous Fiat and H \nzautoniobik's
ST. LOUIS Leaving Daytona Saturdays and to see if a rr.ce: I ieut-N-n: .'Millanl Flllmore... thirteenth |pri.lent : "- Steam tie
Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. I' t\\o tars of these makes din! Lirjiucd ar- of the Uiiiteil Srates. born :r oee 8 c..oooeeo QOoo.G .ewe..e..oeo. sm.- .
AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. bound South. dWl' 4 4tS''r.huir,1 : .
Uir tht.Uoac'ii i I.""" at::: he i .
OI.i-Mition, Cotup, t,,in. nt ami S-|. .'I.|...-. Leaving Palm Beach Saturdaysand i ,iuf' :tiie.:: : Th! Fiat and Iettz:: :. oI Sills. n.rtonhnm. Strin:_ : .
llivfi'i-"' In llMilii.il I'tli I h.hiv KrHrcllnnii .
t' S. X.. in i1 i Southern !
. ; Railway
;: I linn .n l'uunt! \ :ar.I. Tuesdays at 9:00: a. m. I ,pie hivt; ; :a\en: outxx.ll tila; : ; t lit r.' :aI'S! I .
.,. JIII''II.I.! VIM: |p. w. tht' war< from Is:2 to ISI.1.' disktorn ; j Ml
Ar. 4 1..rau. ;::1!:. a. III. bound Ncrih. 1 ii'l.: !IH' ntert'd .n..
Ar ForI St. I".oin'pin." .: r. t- r., 1\,11"11'; 7-.ii Mint: ii...,III..1- iVllirtMn "!'_., I I'lukREPUBLIC' i j take pku-e: in Jackson.. at that ) most j i i NORTH( )I EAST AND: WEST i .
roji d l url. .i.i.li.. .> .. ,.ime: l b.fuK< ,> of the ti'silo: !: : on- )hi t"r) of. ItalMhiiTo! : lal1 in ruins: i : {1'aliiifiioOcean

Flo..la:1.. ,II. .:i\..\NTKl.I..l to ik-"ii\ lib. Kl.i: dition of the beach, and they have Ill, acres in tin. lieirt: of the city; j ..

-. . a h4.! > vxpn&fd a desire 10 race cm loss.! $.. UHjOfNt), Ij j 4 == Fast Vestibule Trains Daily ==4 i .1.1.1e1.
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| I I'aytuna' liench, wbert* the tied l "h is TASTRONOMICAL

= CI_O DAYTONA AND 'j prali:-oily! uh\ity., in srood condition.j EVENTS. FROM
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ro ST. AUGfiSTINE j Rai, in the famous i n"lIl: car that (From noon today: to noon tomorrow.) J 0 a
o Manu-y: Oldfield! Sun stt. .",:"'I. rKes f',::;;;; moon sets ( .
I t' wiJ-J.o': d his JACKSONVILLE
g The Attractive Way arts In Fi'iiniiiryMcCOY Id's 2:8: :; :a. m.; planet: Mercury visible low j t i .
I ni rford: > on Daytona beach!! and N
I I In eat before uiiri.e: ", p. m.. Mercury .
'tin- .at mtmitactiirM.-; !I I.t" s ne .
BROTHERS at dn.tending node, crossing "The Florida Special" .
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4 4sun's : a. m.Southern's
I ;:l\\i\; fiiieitanied( : ;a i .I! > iv to .
dow'utvatd.I .
North and West path: \
I 1 1I :"The: Southeastern Limited" 9:00: a. a Ira t tj(-

o .......................... 1I I I "The Florida Limited" m'l N are large alS
g:05: p. vice IN adn-
South Atlantic Limited
J STEAMERS : 1----------1. I "The Atlanta-Jacksonville Special" - 8:50: p. on applu.at]

E fi Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 I. m'l I
pm. II I
i II A solid through train daily : t Uncle Sam and : STEAMER SWAN I

I For Cincinnati & Louisville uciuuali.1
I 0 t Cherokee j Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars to Atlanta, Ashville. :

I O Through electric lighted sleepers I LENGTH 150 FEET-281 TONS. i Chicago, Cleveland, Colorado Springs, Detroit, Louisville and New York.
11 To Indianapolis & Grand Rapids t""H Tilt: t. 1M 1111'", : i : THE

'I Tomokav i I With excellent: accommodations and service, lighted by i SOUTHERN I RAIL\VAY DINING CARS I ... Fresh milk
Dixie Flyer 'I electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passengers .

, - 0 ; is now being betweenDAYTONA -- .
'I operated I - - -- I .
o Leaves Jacksonville 8:25 pm. .

E I A solid through train daily i e City Ticket Office. 108 West Bay Street Jacksonville Florida I :........I
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For ChicagoMontgomery 1 A and
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o Route o *: Every Tuesday and SaturdayAin : I PALM BEACH .......-...........................Sots........ :-.0

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: Leaves Jacksonville 8:15: pm. .
Drawing room sleeper daily - 1'1'and .

For Evansville & St. Louis 0o ''I I II F. E. c. TIME I TABLEIN .. Amer .. P'rOm

Intermediate Points through the Halifax EFFECT .
Picturesque JAM ARV 9. ivu a
Dining Cars on all trains I INLET AND .
and Indian River .
Route. .
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I I For full particulars address Leave Daytona Thursdays -- .e.o.
: 8:00 a. m. : I
T. B. WALKER, Fla. Pass. Agent i Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8:00 a. m. I I t,. :37 w.7' 1 It :::: aw :,.. :t4 :1.. va. :,w.Janks..ttipr ".
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Louisville&NashvilleRailroad .. ;
.* Every Monday :and Fr-: 5; ASK :MR., FOKTK1 IiI .' ;i I e'tIP

day in January III II .
:. I I AGE'NT.10:: ? BKACH: ST. DAY TO-v A :! i ..

O 118 W. Day St., JACKSONVILLE: D t* Leaves L t.: ELLKNWOOD rr\" Dock at, M.i'4.t. in *: : I OPERATED BY THE GULF: COAST TSANSPORTATJoVT 1 O'lf'A---. Y j i' ! .: I .:: ;:1 ': ,;.. '. : !, '!: : , T ..t r --j\" : ..

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f i. HOTEL DESPLAND i cf supplies well cooked and well:1) ; CLARENDON. !

je best kinds oft NEWS OF THE HOTELS: served spell in Landlord Chamber
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: i !ling .
i mind: a concealed : :
r Daytona Florida gae4.: "y \ ;' 3t 1 SEABREEZE '

- t- ij) fIJ I 1!Ir. : .. ,J6. .'. '..1:;:, .Itrr..t:; . 4 FLORIDA ..
? I''' i NOW OPEN i ald Mrs. O. M. Cleveland: of "" .--j... s .. .

.. ii Xewbtrv;, X. Y., are aga, n at the I Ily ,
.i. Among \he r*-cent arrivals at th e Lane Inn on their; regular \\..in'L 'I : 11t ? mt. Absolutely :

f L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.Greatly : Oak. arR L Head and I wife. N>.\ *r visit! to the Eat: Coisl. I IM. t? 41. qrrriH.lN' .r.. ;r.'r+a : :fft\. .:. ''''. .
.! f'
: Yo.-k; ClaifiKf: L Jackson, Dalni- 'IL..i t IreprGo.
condition. ; ;. J5i
Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all :I mort'1: <1; George L Goorieh. .and L. Fi.-c';rbien. who wi I; t-aJedto! I. .

: : Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern wife, Newark, X J.arrivals St. Paul about two weeks ago l Iy> the I i: .' Now Open :
j t : : : __ ..
of hi. '
0ge. I < brother: returned" .Mon '
r ....,'..
.. Convenience. Send for Booklet. - : '' .
.. I i Recent at the Palmettoare day and rfjoinedh's wife! at .he ;1 : Booking Offices: : _

t : CONCERTS DAILY. : :Mr and Mrs; Louis: Kaufman. Ivy Line Ina for the s2ablnl: Seabreeze, Florida E. L. POTTER, President .
Elizabeth, X J, Mr and Mr* C VJohnson. I : Hotel Blackstone Chicago
a : l+umm r.ldtlrrs.. : ATLANTIC HnT'aarrtan., : : : : .<-tt I'J.-r.1 Kh: .Kl.l.uul.. : :
............ : !: P.tt.!:burr. Pa. Mr and MrsE Lieutenant: A. R. Gamb: L' S. A.. : 1180 Broadway New York W. S. KENNEY, Manager .

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a few days with relft: i\"f-
ibis A. ---- - --
NO 0 .1..0111.....1.1NN.101...1 1N.1N0....N II. B. Parsons and wife and Mrs It. L/itham and daughters at the oo.o..riii000.OO.OOtiON.004'7N+0Cf.7W O 4 ai30000e.0.1Om40

0 i. : \V. M. Newton of Albany, X. Y., Ivy Lane Inn.HOTEL. Located
in (the Most
who are guests: at the Hotel Or- ; : Saratoga Inn
; RIDGEWOOD I mond. motored down 'to Daytona to CLARENDQN. I Spot on the Halifax RIver... ... 1

spend the day here Monday, stoppingat The Rt. Rev Wm. Cnine (Gray JOHN J. McGUIRE Proprietor.

t: i E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. tt the Kidgewood. held a beautiful: and impris--he! service TITE INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better in

i e Sunday afternoon in ,' h.' music: Florida. Table of the best of everything in season. Terms as reasonable as

.0 L NOW OPEN. Among the guest> in Daytona at room of tlv&- )Hotel; Clarendon. Iish! .p i the service will permit given on application. Dec.: 1st to May 1st. Phone No, 112 I

TOASTERS .. this time are Mr.( and Mrs. X. A. Gray wai i assisted: : by Rev 01'Ic' ...0...........N..........>.COCC.ooeoHM..GO... .e D8
\Voodhury a ml daughter, MLdred, Grath, of\\\ Onnond. There -- -
--- -
: : All will be white Northern was; a -
IRONS : departments managed by help, f i i.s ex-sovercor of the state of Vermont large (.congregation made up' of guestsof :...................4......S.....O......... NN... G

i selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white : and a prominent man in Xew the house, also numerous cot tageiv : THE BENNETTIKVYTONA. A
help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : England.; They are guests at the ; atjxfnding. Dr. McGrath, of St.
a Ilidgewood.Mr. James church Orraond. will conduct : I'1.RIl.t. :
with all the delicacies of the :Now oi"' n for !h- third -.-UM.II mid. th.ll'urnl .
season, cooked and served by the i I i 1I1:11U1L'lIt .I A. II. stud E. O
Phone T : vesper: services- at .4 o'clock! every I.-\ "E.; I'r"I'rl..tor. ol HoMon. 1 h. I U.: 'iin.lt is I IIr..t-.hl.... III' v .I|'ii rttt-ulnr. Thf 5
YNO 4 finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, and Mrs. George L. Goorich Sunday afternoon in the music ''' |b-itnr.-v nr. -HiiM-ri.ir| ii.lb a Lit.- IIIl'lo| | -. a mo : : .tlltu-ph.-rt- and a locution l .
n\tumrlioul. \/In! Hull | -.
who are guests of the Oaks old , WO TwottnMl .
room of the Clarendon during the .our! tarng.Hotil; I will U op.( n ntir.' niontli of April. .
Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. i friends of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sam- season. i iLrjte : Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Collates Marblehead. Massachusetts. : I IN

.....O...... ....NNNN..NNNNQ,NNNN00.1NNNNNNNiI. mU This is their first Visit: to : arrivals are Mr and Mrs o..N.NN..N NNN....... ......NN NO.....N..!
:. Daytona and they are delighted withthe : Thos II .
PANYfLUMBER .. pretty ci'ty. They will make an Mr Anderson, South Carolina, ..i.N0e 0N.OM eN..N..x0.0.00.....NN..00 NO.OON
Mrs C )II J Wat.son.GreeJeJ'.
'f) ....Itll..........1.........'eeeU.r..........r.Ielfe.>... E'xtended'i6it here. Col I
E Morandi Boston, :Mr and THE i
( f THE PRINCE GEORGE Mr. and 111'- II.V.. Rice of Chicago ': }In C G Witherspoon, H Had n _
Sands Eric Roland! Xew York Mr\
109 South Ave.
neat in Stock 111., arrived Saturday''at the I Kidgewood I
g.: AY*. : : ;DAYTONA, FLORIDA : Palmetto for the season. Mr. and and :Mrs A Hines. Ft Wayne. Mrs 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office.

:. : : & Mrs. E It Thurman Chicago 1i6: W E Steam Heat.
LLBY. Manager. Hilyard Holroyd, Proprietors rI Rice 11a\'e been coming'to the I
JveJoy, Columbus Ohio. Mr and Mr P. J. DOYLE I
............t Palmetto for a great many seasons Proprietor.
J !
I Conceded to be the best situated Hotellin this section. and are among i its odst! patrons.Mr. R Lovejoy, Schenectady, 5' Y. I; ]...............0.....................................

........ : Two hundred. ooj frontage on Halifax River. : Rice's home city: has known him ;.
fur -many years as the head of a
i .
Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. .
: large insurance i busln fS. HOTEL SENECA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. 1
: Steam Heat Throughout. : : l-OUNKK: : I'fVAI.NIXKKAN: : :

: White Help in Dinind Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st : Mr. and Mrs. S. T. L'rowninp', who: .
I have been enjoying a trip dot the .

Ii B The Prlnc'iorn: Plr !.. thr only luiullng In l'll\tonll, for :M. Atiiru>tll1t'llcl l East Coast and in Havana Cuba, fARMERS : Albert Bennett, Proprietor C. R. Bennett Manager : 1 1A

i : Palm Bench >oat.. Particulars with p1 I 'a.ur'- : Cuba havereturned to tile I-ies : :Ntr. t 1'::!"". I'j": \i-; I'. "I""t.| {:::'/ ,i- ..ft'. mi l II.! :it and l I'll.MI. :/iiKvrKIMHII. I ., : #

I U .1' pland. They will: go to Eau Galiie I: \VIils.i: : r\i-. Thn.ii.lK.ut.! I
: ../ *. Mr. Foster
.I Same Management as THE BRISTOL, Asbury: Park. N. J. j r 1 for a few days' fi.-hinj; and ihen ret IN lOCKUP. .....................................................:
................oaeI.au.IQ.Ie.et.1fsI...........,.... I irn to the Uespland] to remain lor
veating over a Ii ____h I i the rest of the se.isr.n. 11 r. and Mi*>.1 1f I :....e....e.....................................:......

trying to get ....0.O..0..oa..e.e..o..0..O..I 1 I;M-O\\ II ''ug are from .Virr.-Si-i.s9tl!! : t NF W SEASIDE INM H H. MANWILLER. Proprietor
on time when I irr HllI"'t Islud.: % itf 111 11 DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA :

--- I BOOKED AS i U, I l IO I V AGS 1 ; : This new .ll1d ...d k.t l !r.:rilv 'u-fcl ,:s )just heen enlarged: and mitt: nisludlor t : r
: I ii Among th,- l : .
THE NEW GABLES re'-iflt: ar.'i.j'.l: ;
the! 1 1910-11 .
se I'on :to rr.d II.t leqiinemeiits ol its i ro'NJn; patroiiaiN-
tl,. Ut'l snla.d( are William! (' Hus. t:1:1 I
0 OU i'D B'i Y JOSTICE. : Furnace, Heat, Hot! ,!lid! C.-iJ ii.-.llis: !, tli-cti: >Ie and Gas I i-hts: Call Bdl!: :
I 'iai'd' ) ,\ ire. mtoul.! ('c : 1
mi.: Mr IRONS : Daytona Fla sz : : Rates 5250 per Day and Uruatd.Veeky! Rates on Application :
MrM) I .\ Cumiiiiithnui.: : Xe.v Yo.'fc. .
Ii ? .1 III-M-, \ :i.i I -- I i'i' ..4 I II! i I i III I \l I !1//II I:. II.'. :,i I. ln.\. . V I.I I.oeo. I. .
i r my LOCATED. EVERY MOD.a i Uoseiibiuui. York. II TWO MEN:J WHO CLAIM TO HAVE .......+....+............... .......+........ ,
1 1I : : | Kurtz and wife, Re.din, Pa, 11 S -
ERN CONVENIENCE AND i I ---- --- -- -
I'fj'k, and wife, Hartford. Cohnlis STRAYED AWAY FROM: FARMs : ,.......... .... .. ..
: COMFORT .. .. : I ; O 0 e. s..o.ce.o... .ooa.......v.m.e O
I S-'iTry.i t'-hi'-ap..la, 1. Moore: Devil's; I : :
\ "
:: Sleam Heat Throughout l lf' : i i I Lake X U. Stewart Elliott: Norwalk, I "The I vane inn

i Coun, II .\ Aiideiso-i and wife, 1'itsbury HERE BY DEPUTY SHERIFF\ v :
I ; May (' (.Fisher beljoit, ? L y
S. H. :
4 t
,. I *
Ii I'l'a I"btIl. Brooklyn, Mr I and Mrs S Many mile:! frn: tin'r! ;.il'e.1: .. d A high! Grade House, catering to the most particular: people.: Central: !location. :
: t Proprietor. : I
i I T Browning, X.irrasai.settt; Pit r, It home and apparent.ruii: ;> rs to ]J S3.00 zed 54.00 per day-517.50 and higher per week. :. I
: ;i ....... Th- .\rllll.!"".Tli .. ...... .. I :X. Y.. diirlnu: ,unnn,-rot I I. Geo W Prior and wife, Denver soap and water two stranser:.. r.il- j
and are .. III.! .. Mr and Mrs U'aulke: Elizabeth! X : Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor Ji
i .J ler-ey. ing k'd."l'ftco picked up J by I lJ/Jpp 1 J.......e...........0.......0...e.............0. 1.e. ...
............S..............er........................ fly sheriff Gore Monday! nii.niHLF.: --------- - -
___ ___ _ bonked ................,.oeNa. oss.so.atee.aao.0asooa+siSEVILLE
Recent arrivals at the Ridgvwood as va.as. given a pre iu.inii-y: : : i

.........0.tl0.........................esIo/O.IeI.I.Ieu .m-.liule August Frink and wife Syra.if hearing before JiiMice: Titi *> ;;!uid!! i( THE K. H. PUI DY. Prop.Daytona. I

ic Ice I <-. : X Y, William Lfepphardt and irund over to the criminal c !jur( :. i I u Honda I 1
\\ if"'. Mils J vlIphardtIartin's:\
Ii : THE HAMILTON : Fprry.:1.. \Y J Dethrich, Pittsburg, The wearies: claim to. ha\to !It'!tt; ;a i i GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON. I

lIo"ll'e1>b..a felt. Xorrititown: Pa. J pleasant farm home in :Michigan.; In, i i'ttl. Surrounded by Spacious Grounds. in the most delightful part; ot the City
i : New and:FirstClass : : The ijucsts receive: the best! the! mark.iafford:! in the dinmi,; rot'nt..url everyconnort
I I i''-:aIl and wife Ocean ('it,". X J. .- there :? 7io hill: tt; ii\ i.:: | .
A and convenience: :hat a oI'clllc,ulated! holde.lllo:'r to Il c public'
<;" (1 K Sauerston. Miss: Alyr'J San- iif.iKn. at ;!is; : rji.ie It." ; :)p ;. ".Ir. ]
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: : 0.*. &eOeo..n 1at eGo..ecoc..oec ai1 C Ca
U :r.-:mn. Mis.Silva: ; Sm r.t.ui XewKy and ,,s'i-t| d OUT, ,.a:! tii- :' hi: ( :....; ,. ---- - -- ------- -- - - --- ,

: Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells : I !lo>,' I Mr and Mr.-j X AV..od- ,. 'e th. I' ':t: r}', h? ,;: II_: ft.r ,' .ol..oa.ee.... 51.leg.aSIOR faacsozoare aadeeve
I! :..ltl'I', \ ,... iith. T'e".J '. .1"! .' ,'
.1 *! MiMi.cl > \ < ::11 : '.' ;' I. : ,
\ : Elegant Rooms, with or without Baths : :..:-'!it.:-. V-i. .\ II SI'k"r: rtIfIfJhur.Bnr'l uud \\.10'> ; : : .t'- i ]jne: .t!.. .. : .. :., . :, The CI 1 an d J\y: .\- I: -) l :".1'1 : : .11I.-, ::
II n,. ',I c. / ',.. ,I. .1.1 d : ,i,:" : I
0 Pii.nl.-lilu-i.! !: ; Mr :and -Mrs M I \\VUI-j; : "'1 .1 : I'i"; ': tri'; I." : .' .' '" .:: 9 ;and "K-M: ol 't:1: t'e ,'c. II' !brat; :,i.J : .
: -- :1 l-i.: ( !1'... : > ,: NVH.'on. Arli.ir: | ... ; . :d I:.' ,. '"Is of, ,;:. = elc.hu' : hht:; ." !
way! ; Wf.il.)>:. i i t:. ;. K S t'l' I' . I ,. I 'nl :.'.I.I,. /.' ', 4 i
: MRS. I. M. iMABBETTE.[ Proprietor : J"r'| IViui. > ill 11009eQQtlti9&tt7tiSElb a >! L' 1'g'6' >itP s11e1090ttfd CgQ Q tJQ&t1S+ 'au I Ic
; .. . .. . 1 1Noe
X--A York.; .i;";m I 1'i-oi.in., Xf\\ Y'.M'k, \ ::1 !: : ; I. :, '

T 0 :i' t; <> I. id- ' ,.,_. (I"; . u. Mr ::ui-! : ''\\:1 a\\ ,:. T:,. .' ...1.... t." o a3oea cetior C0D1 uewm'axaotasdea0o.a ccait2oc1C, 3 In

: Palmetto Avenue DAYTON \. FLORIDASCHMIDTS 4 MI--: .1 S M.iii'(,. , j : .. I', ..' I ': 1. .' 1'ul h
.1 I : .m!i \ intern Aiiv-; ;, \ \ :1:1" ;"- .a: j.l : : 1
41 .. .i! .Mavati.-: ( i M iarker.; Xf.ia.rk.; : XJTh 1..ln'ol. I:,. THE AUSTIN :
>aily[ == ...........lie..Ica.enelt.aae1..=....rI.o.......oe .J'.1''''')". othn 1:-" typical: MTU ,I'.f' .111"1.. ... f

__ _____ ___ n t : \ViaryVilI.; .',- t.-i'' w ::irli: ,,' 111.1\. .. i OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA,, FLORIDAG. i
.........................I........................... ,> Palmetto now hat a far;::*' S !L.'I'tb, ruuu: 'd clt! : j \\'. S\VAN. Proprietor., o 1
inimher of guests who an enjoying I! :shoes! and appt'e:1'Iy': : : n,'iti! "-r ,Ii..t.. i : I. I
i Electric Lights and Call Bells. Steam Hot and Cold Water. 1
I Heat :
L ]J i HOTEL : the homelike comforts provided: b}' i I \\fn m siKutkin.; t.'rms vxithmp: , I 1i i

Landlord Chamberlin. New tlt>s's and: water for some time. Tli'-y I(.................NM..M4M..H..eMGHOeI '

I- 7:40 : Henry Schmidt, Proprietor Daytona Florida : ae; forming friendship, a'i.h: those I dam to have had a flood e:upp) |iy: ft' - - .=- ; :h I II
: a. m. j
: Situated on the bank of the Halifax River one mile from Atlantic : \\ IW have been here other seasons'.1 j jami money clothing and stows, \\ !ii.-n I( *** .t '
9:00: a. Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms an intended stay of a few days they I left Michigan but'idf'UC'f'l -s' t to ] :
are large airy and nearly all have sunny exposure.: The cuisine and ser SI lids.. I i'support. I >MRS. D. J. C.1l\tIr\GS.1 t; I :
lengthened into this claim
weeks. With lacking
m.1 now. I i I
8:05 for families THE
and rates
: p. vice is admirable. Rates $3.00 per day up. Special : PINES999999999999999999999999999999999996999999999999Q9 1 I
the outdoor In bales : :
on application. pleasant surrounding: carried on thir J ic\ -::" s ]
: : w
8:50: p. m. I Ivllle. ...........................e...C..................... t the Palmetto: grounds t tin# the larfen ;- I they carry all the thijw: Il"-.r; .> :' An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct f i
I in this section, aDd th. inside [ to the life of a tramp I but atlaie.: : : ,d i i supervision of the proprietress. I
- __ ___ I U-lie.'rfuIness' it ha a given the depart- tae! bags contain no !so.ip.' Tli"-> J I
338 South Ridgewood Avenue DAYTONA
I .1 I .1., Jltt'-t a feeling! : that not only look about famished and in 'illcl i i II::; < t
Cincinnati eisii................................................ il benefit has th* ,. :2 ,San.e niaua, ei'.ent! as the tia slagolta, Anbury Park LRIDA.I 1 I i
r. ; resulted from hi* m over to answer to th .a'IIr.e ;(I. (
and New York. i : 113 South Ridtewood Avenue. : i I v..'.t at the Palmetto. but that h I cy charge, at the next tt'nn..t Mi- (99999999999999999999999t99999++*999999999999Q999999The t
ii : LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. : | I his: met with an arrang Mneit;, of''i 'r-Suinal court .Jt1d;..- Titus yard;
i I| thins: that :s, distintv: :: "-, and will: :bought about tjlt; dawn at thainp.! ,) ,
CARS i : Fresh milk, vegetables and (fruit on the place. Furnace heat\ RATES: S2.CO per : ... vvh! ...
;ilu.iys he luok tl Lark to with |1'1":1-l ;- !pH thy could gt't pln> fo .I', Willmer The OSBORNEA.
: day and up $12.00 per week andfup. : :.nit! it.t-;nor.): "-. .\!Trat.t.condifoi.s.) would lo l -- -- --I : : '.\ I 1:1M:I: H I r ,,; OSBOKNE, Prop I I
MRS. CELESTE HINKS Proprietress. - ----- +
InVl11e. Com"'rtoib1c Room Rooms Only Modern Conveniences i
Florida ................t.......................I.....I.....laNO ............................ Excellent: TaMe! 50c.. 75c. and Sl.OO per day I +

i Fifty Years Ago T OIfuy.1 Rate Moderate, : $2.50 to $600 per week ..
j, r 111'1'I ---- - I New Bungalow on : 1 Steam Heated Koon.s 11 Orante Ave t tI
j 312 So. Palmetto Ave Daytona Fla.
h Flit. Feb.
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))9999999999ttut S THE IMPROVED : 'I Ridgewood Ave. The Choctaw nation of In ------ -- ---- I Ir

dians declared their allctrlaiot; ..................................................... M4
CITY ::1 J tor Sale or Rent next sea- to the southern states. .
HOTJELDAYTONA. J ...,'11. scccud door north ofPnics : Salutes in honor of Virginla'i : The HARLAN THE.:.IN.iNES Lake Helen Fla. : t

FLORIDA. Hotel Lot 55x400. Unii.n. vote the tth inst.v! >n- . *
i.u : ., ,. t ,
; ; i !! t..t ; "i. .i.l.!' 'I -i-
L 1 American Plan Always open New Ownership and Management 1 fired l in many; ii'-rtheru static. ' : ::: ; ::::: \ ,
.. Renovated and Enlarged Good Service 100 Bearing Oranges, Grapefruit : : : ::)' : : : .: : H

: and Tangerine trees, Twenty-five Years Ago Today. : ,
: :Management H. C. F. DOHM.THE I + .. ,,
: !
', I I' .e.s......... 1............N.....0........0.0... ... ., also Garage. Th.! rill-: ... .j ii:l l'ltt't': : :-- . !l..k/ Mr. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Abrams, Props. .
: :
,1-i\: :1 !rain! tlt: :t-; aii ::1"n' l -
r.. :].. APPLY ON PREMISES: t+ .:! ..I ,')'I:....... .0...014t4t......ttt4.f+.t...........+. .+...++e.1+1 .

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..a, 4'\cat 1;;. PALMETTO :
''I'1:1' i HOTEL INDIAN RIVER i | r 1'11)4: OAKS. I.1'i '<< >>"A. I.'I.IID'I I +

'; 'I'' Well Known aui: Popular !DAYVONA.' FLORIDA. P.OCKLEDGE, FLORIDA Herd: Ir-saa:< t. r ,Pupr ; . !
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--- Ovcrlookip:": the ljicauful: lait.i\! !. i"'". '-1' :." :.-.p"1_' -:. 't t ;,III .t
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t mii
A t-: .1 I t I ;
'ft-r Of Hoiliclikc uhf Com
: C. O. CHAMBKKL1N.! Proprietor : \ 1 J. : 1 I
t \t,1I! I H '

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.... .., '. r sisted l by a half dozen physicians, hat At that time mild;: weather: was : '"1-:#' 1
-- "' '' .::. :: ORMONDONORMOXD THE HALIri 1 -
':- ': ;;;:' :.. .. ;- the cuticle I prevailing all 0',61' :ll country and t x ,
: 'i : succeeded in restoring;
: --l jJ J )f HIS fACE showed abnormally EYES
:.:. .: and the symmetrical lines of h's the thermometer AIL
( U 5 miles
6.CtiO: 5 c';
: in some :
:! : face. high markings rot iiirrlth JUt--
Fg \\ID rlQ'I C.' handsome r'sMonday t:. "ho( Daytona, ;
wants : north but the weather r p-
j. In- the meantime Mr. I I <>u on the west.f ORMOK
; . showed a great ctia:.:-e 1I'i .
insurance -! Halifax
=0. SMASHED allowance from h's accident I tt-
:::-- : ',>-- I ; company for total disability.; i the temperature over a :'argfc t TTtory .1... |.- location b
extending from the Missis; ; M: i I .11 permits!
and DAYTONA a I' UNSEASONABLE WEATHER river to the Atlantic coast, whirl o, :-.itnii{eandit H
SEABREEZE enterprising and DAYTONA'BEACH .treLed: to sheet and .liiiiltutlon; J
CHAS. F. towns on the Hali- MS PAY. FOLLOWED BY COLD WAVE.I was then being i-K'vatlon F..u- Jlias IlA
snow. .h and Uiil for
u: :in
BUROMANTHE fax Peninsula, are geographically .' native of the Buckt spoil of hoiiif-i. A old log did
Y as sepa- I C X Pence, a I Last: seaton a warm ."r cn out tn the First PI' Yo'Grano one rate although municipalities.incorporated The towns parallel PHARMACY" I : Siiate, who spends the wintersin weather throuel.out a great; part of wide bridge: con II'II rriir? a. ,'oulll1nd '' .t.

the peninsula north and south I ALLOWANCE t : Daytona brou h1:' to the Daily ]I the north :'a: Mar"h cased many n--cts Ormond with 1'h. xorldhaselse..t Second 'I''
SEEKS ACCIDENT Ormond Beach. !h
t. ''I'
REAL and James F. Dobbin I I ; i nok'h coo
A for a distance of from three one- ProprietorDAYTONA I Newe office a clipping from a Cincinnati people to cut tI.or.: their stay" in Many tine homes: Hrtahl. Willt..r;- Uinfr a < 1H
s half to four miles, and extend east of February ". commenting :: i.o face 'a Illp _: round"'
ESTATE BEACH I paper Florida :.UL! harry home only niv maintained on Thrd: i-
of I" the
IIC ,.
seas sho"
the surging
and west from INSURANCE COMPANY. side of tbtlv'r I .. orI
FROM unprecedented weathei tthi-r I. '
MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything UsuallyCarried I i I i upon the and enduiXtor weeks the cold I, ..,HItIHur,. : tons, aax
of them I
water Inn First I weather in Missouri and stating : follow such most Fi tnra ,
River, the beautiful tide warm almost i-ert-ara to xari: Four h I I1-'
Class Drug Store I I turrounded by sut
FOR stream that sets them apart from I that the farmers: were sowing i high temperature at his season of tropical flora and ;HIS 'tJ>

SEABREEZE1DJUHS Daytona with which they have of three close Our PrescriptionDepartment is Complete I WINTER VISITOR HERE LOSES i oats, the earliest time in the stale'e', the year ''in the north. ihrubbery! besides r.M.i.I ox Fifth; PI'alll"o -- .

communion by means I n everyRespect I history. The ground had not been thrifty orange and lilt'HlT,; TO ,.
well as a I
bridges, as ; '
OPEn DOUSE frozen all winter and the Carmes FOR SALE-Launch N'edaHne, 7 2 other citrus fruit I Sixth: r > '.r
service. '
Phone 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are Phono 102BRANCH OF HIS FACIAL DISFIG. everywhere wen doing their spring i by :26! ft.. 10 h. p. Fay & owen en- tr't's.Ormond has I IACONTHORNTON 1 valued .*> .

essentially summer and winter resorts plowing. I I gine. McDonald's boat yard. 46-t'tsj I II attractionspIC.1, many- Seventh, h Z-
hundreds of URATIONS.Is I
and are making I .
;t.-nt automobllln,, valued II

SONNTAG new who desire friends to every escape year the among discomlott-those &: a man traveling on his ;looks: : f .iood fl.,hln and<, many safeI.o.ttinq ORMOND Eight 1't!

ing extremes of heat and cold and and depending entirely upon hs: facial i drives.At valui-o at
pleasant I IK is
INVESTMENTmm[ their hotels and boarding housesare FREE VOTING COUPON. Ormond H'acht ANY WATIXTKRKHTED Niacin i'+ zevalued
receiving splendid patron beauty and physical symmetry: I : : '
AND i at
t I. located the large-
i ( age from of tourists.the most discriminatingclass STABLEAll to carry him successfully throughthe This IH a tepar.lte"ot from the nominating' coupon. As :Ilotel Ormond and IIRMOND I'HiiPKRT OR IXOKMOXI Tentn *"> '.evalued
of "doing" Daytona as a : lesser Sister, the
stunt t* :
The ocean itself, with its marvelous Order Given he sent in each week for each contestant as can be The ) BEACHH aiEleven
Desirable beach, hard as macadam and Prompt Attention winter resort, and who flew hs face mannay ;p tton Inn. \Vin Gin Your I'r

Locations in smooth as a floor, is the greatest attraction Careful Drivers "smashed." entitled ito remuneration:: collected. 'io mr,itlon occupies overlook14 a. I'.iiMiiit.! Prompt valued J*
although earth, air and sky Familiar with Bonds under the terjiis! of 'I h'ts accident in. the 1I1"lax.1l11l.1 AtiintlonJAS.
part o
any to have entered into a combi- .
surance policy i iI :Utter has as Its Total
Seabreeze charm.
nation to enhance every
The beach is the famous automobilerace E.A.ERANCHReal I This is a question which will be.'. This ctnipon: entitles...........:. ............................. .............. I utook! li ach the and masnl-:the The test
course where every world's Estate AfientBenth put squarely I up to one accident insurance I "roadt1anth.K-ant > .'. J s. mm awarded to
Offices: Evansville, straight-away record has been made, Cottages company in the form of a
most vine
andSeabreeze : Be.idesthe brord. ORMOXD: I
Indiana FLA.
Florida and hold all without these records ri valr'.it continues to \ a t+prelultyI demand for the contracted weekly ......... ........ ...... ................................... .................to -5 votes In I .mooth. beach th'rer Manufacturer of $450.00Piano

The beach has a width of 300 to i allowance as the result of an unsuccessful many drives i for Pure Home de Thtelftnunent
500 feet and can be used from two \ SELDEN'S I' I attempt: at high di'ingnelr: The Gazem-News Pop-ilarity cintest. This coup >n must l h e in I <''.rrlj st''s and automthttes GUAVA JELLY of
around 1)r-
IICONTRACTOR BURDICK hours after until two hours before the Hotel Clarendon by oue Herbert ollice hr Friday. ." P. M. of each week. :llOnd.1ritoan.l high grade

high tide, thus giving aa average of DAYTONA BACH George, a guest at and BUILDERCctti.ses or eight hwars for automobiling -- I
a SpecialtyEst'Tiates seven some part ol cash day. Dry Goods, Shoes, sera Inn. 1I 1- :uold'-n: I oranges ; PRESERVES highest quail
furnished Seabreeze and Daytona Beach each Men's Correct :Mr. George is depending) entire'yafion I: I is: ;\, through::: trop- Special Attention to side and o tings
All Work Guar- of Wear lite looks and ability: b :.'sI! forests to Hpan- Fttmtly OrdersRICHEST
have & permanent population approximately good : : I AWAHIMI and haj
anteed. Actos. from 'i ruins drives to Ayt
1500. Sanitary ordi- TI1I' w.id.. Inn make "impression to make a s>ics ; Pun- American: E.;:. carved raptrounded :|
SeebreereFlorida : N'OMINATIONCOUPON.
: I : 'iancient I'ausriy
nances arc strictly enforced, streets and I of th'3 "Jon: ;:" stunt, and with: : ; iy built by slav l < "lw.itlunBuTatot).., India Kspod-::! !: corjj. :
and sidewalks are well kept I II
a smashed faro his chance> for !* planters of Ions::: tiono'hurlestoni.ouilana surfa
new streets a.s Lsmg; opened as! fast I The first one of these sent in for: etch contestant i lurrhas rored
V. C. GRANT de A. VANDE VORDeontr "hit.s" are all shot to piects. lie isperfectly coupons I >, and drives to K:pott i Ion fit.faqtys music d bknoisele
the population
as increasing ,
entitles them :/r< > ) i fre of these ins '. plantations of
all right eo far as his ability to votes. Only one coup
PLUMBER mands. Besides hotels and boardinghouses ::t..r for I : I : .i nltiibli settlers, !' ri<
Water, steam and: there is amv.le cottage acco-I MASON WORK io act ffinok1, talk and enjoythe will l tae allowe l to each contestant. ; a':1.: ,.,' places ar-r-.- nickelplatedblock I
(Jus Kitting modaiion for all winter visitors in I of \11 KindiConeretr I balmy atmosphere of this land I p -towiththelntT- IOUND6ROVEORANGES it st-l

Phono 160-2K both towns.All : ( is concerned, but is sorely grievedbecause .t of southern built $m
DAYTONA BEACH t'-c: altrriili7';acss of Seabreeze DAYTONA t ,' 'urhlng"I: : of his facial disfigurations. i I nominate. Mr., Mrs. or Miss................... ........................... i iI fruits and fiow,.rs.tn warnmt up > t<

F1.ultIi'AIPINEHURST applies: to I'ayloca: Bcsch, the two i :.Mr. George is an old news;np'r: I I i t. r' --tin.-oftheta0-tIn.of these andGrapefruit (liliPY..i.L.

towns t-;in; similarly situated. : man and like most others of this profession ..................',..,....of........................................State..... ...... .... ...... p.ti.t.tlons: is: at the bind pos
The dcvei.rnc't of Caytona Beach i FITZGERALDOATES I is hard.headtd and hitsplenty .- i It .-.dw:'t.-rs of the 1'i I
II. .> has been fr.iix: '-;S p cnominal as its & of nerve. The hardheadedfeature i I !I iMfax: and known Best GrownGrove too: :. '
sister the north, and each candidate in Th Gazette-News contest. :
DriveDaytona o i year as a : r Moundgrov-
I I of his character stands him on ft. Augustine hItni '
Beach there is a substantial growth. The I iouof the Jln'-st AutomobileItnad
in good stead at times, !but it ,
Motlern Conventen- great sand dunes have: been leveled ,: f, ortn,' :crove.onth hi' Miles t.

<1G-.s.-nsonabk Kite'. and h:n hor.le homes have been LAWYERS I counted for naught when his; handsome : X omit: ).t.d by.. ............. .............. ...... ...... ........ ............. I II t: _-:!: I'"td of Florl- IIo'TL t'rtbof OKMOXD t. ..
face in contact! with .! Inl i '
came the t ani'J v. ry .
Mrs. \V. H. Freeman built for both winter and all-year- Daytona, Fla r I "
Proprietor round cccnpancy. I hard sand just under /the water 0:1 1 l'r 'tty: iirroundlnisMoundcrnvi Deed, Knox rrr"Beed '.,:,
: is
: : on
,-- : the beach. The sand had the be'terof I of ....... ......,...............................................State......... ... .............. tI. Dlytont-vtlnt: CompanyCrU'XV \
the encounter and as a result Mr.leorge I Ii ... ..
; Auu road. Po-'oQc
***+ ***********************. &A."A.. . ........ t ( is mourningthe: loss of tiie ..
a i While it is not ll(('esslr.r.that: a coupon be used it will facilitate I Id'
executed at : I strip of cuticle from acrc*s his (ire. - -- ----
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matters to send one for each contestant. Under no circumstances -
Fine J Job b P head and down the full length of his I.. -
i PrintifigGazette g, News Office. Grecian nose. ,, will nominator's name be divulged. Job Print Finely executed at- ".I.

: Ills ability to impress i is: gore: and The lazettt'-; e\\"s Contest Manai 1 er. In g ii.lir.

w.. ,. ,...,." '..,...,..., .., .,. . .. . . . ......... will be gone until: Dame Nature, :: this office. "
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F Choice Port Orange River Front PropertyFronting [ 11'-('nII'.I..,-!a",,' 11 o 'Uct .fth. .t'I 1vai

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a clear stretch of river; no marsh. Ridgewood Avenue and New Smyrna at H.1.1-

Road on two sides. River road and street on other two sides e1.

Improvements being made on all sides of property. r.T

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Attractive terms will be made I : : PRICES: r.! :..

E to anyone buying to build on ;I! j Lot 1 200x346, $1,100.

lots. : Lots 3 and 4 79x346 each ''.'
any of these ; : i I ,

These prices will be maintained 3 I j $750 for both or $400. each. t..s ..

for thirty days, but we Q ;,''i I I'I'' i. Lots 7, 8.9 10, I 11 1 each "t

79x346 $300 each. .rafter
reserve the right to raise them ,

that time. o i Lot 12, 100x346, $350. I'I' HOW

I Lot 13 100x346 $400.I
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Page Seven

. .THE.HALIF t.x.I I _: -achs" reaching from the white andy -MN----tI/N--+ .N...t1N0.Nt
t The total count of votes will be one of the best known newspape; :
I m f WATCHING shores of the St. Johns river to the I
AIL I made by a committee of three prominent men! in the west, !5s spending;: sometime I /

miles ona, ,mrop In with Meat business men who will be absolutely at* Seabreeze enjoying the bal coral reefs on the Florida Keys and ./ $900---A BARGAIN I :
they real heartaches, too for :
are !
west ORMOND FOR THE COUNT disinterested: pait'es.: The committee my atmosphere in this land of sun I I ,
failed hit the
that 'to
llfazatlon has been out of every woman
7 will be announced later. shine. Mr. George /
1' high spots along with her fees! 1 ke I J
business for some
ManagementFor the newspaper
1I I
rmttseand --- r (Continued from first page) the purpose of making the I time but occasionally: writes des placing poison in the coffee or the I :

non; '1 HOLLY HILL. contest a complete success the Ga- crip'iioca' and incidents of his tray'; "impudent hussy" for daring 'ico keep 1 I
j I in the spotlight to her own 1 pa: tia! of four porch; two :
One house rooms; plastered;
Quatttebaum. Post. story
to sn- dt\\ Miss Bessie zette-Xewa has signed a contractwith elcs' to the Denver i "

of for LIST OF PRIZES: the New Method Contest company .I This; is his first visit: to Florid if:: not total exclusion. I
H ihr I IJ well :
. A lot out log did I aI I The spotlight in this case m1)b>:> : acres of land; fine garden spot; splendid flowing ;
Chopin Upright : ar-I
In the I First Prize..One of Jacksonville who make ,for sis years anJ the followin!: ?

with on- IUrrlcont'n" there.t. . )'oU'1I DOd Grand Piano valued at .$4GO.O;; ( specialty of conducting contests of; tide is one which recently a'ppeare explained in a few wordThe: dancing : :-II : excellent place for poultry. Price $900. I
TII. I I : and tennis who as
. A'h..lt no orld hh t'1S('. ;I J Second Prize. .Scholarship Columbia this: kind. This; company will furnisha in the Denver Pest: men pose t tof
eon t. and know hvto ,.
wealthy widowers
tomes i tort able I 'W J rater College valued at . .100.00 J Jr competent and experienced contest I By HERBERT GEORGE. t
'd on I 'nlllp trountlte"II lie hook up a woman's Iowa know a good I..1
who will have
Third control -
dong tll(> manager
f the '111.. Rllor" of r' DAYTON Jan. 2 >-"On peasunbent" ; thing when they seit.. Most of 1r
JlnlHux. ,
ton's Business College . . 50.0<)I of the Contest! Department '
1 .
.them IiUb- rn.r FIRIIJl:1UUK.: _, Fourth Prize..One Mission Writing To the Public- .I fits the large majoiu''ho< :'hem wear: white flanne! panties turn i EDMONDSON & DONNELLY i

t . 23.0;; <] Florida East coast at thi:: ed up at the bottom and white canvas a _
and Desk . . . . . . This contest !ir; to be the greatest: visit the ;

ddt's (\1.1. ON Fifth Prize. .Rebate Certificate ever inaugurated by any paper in : season of the year and. if it is not'' shoes, white sky pieces with: a 4......oaeo.a.........o.o..o o.o.......n.ooa4oosI I

and lilt WHITE TO valued at . . . . . . 250.00;; this section. \ too foolish an attempt to be tunnj !I blue berg coat, and they: Iikt5t the

troll MACON Sixth Prize. .Rebate Certificate We have spared no expense: to" 1 might add hi "Pinafore" in the chorus.
22.O0Seventh make at a "live wire proposition"that encouraged to the breaking! point. T( and sing . ;

many xcel l Prize. .Re ba e Certificate; will keep the community much be exactly plain, you can class yourself Yes, is one grand whirl of de.iuht The HANDPROPERTY : : Do you want to buy or :

::1 t11ng: THORNTON ., valued at . . .. .. .. .. 00.00 interested in the outcome. We areendeavoring among the "lalapalalusas" if jo- ; in a delightful climate and nobody I
safe and ca es Adam about the co>t of"the: : rent t property In : ;
Certificate ,
Eighth Prize..Rebate to give Daytona and vi- can escape the Flagler drag net I :

many ORMOND valued at . . . . . . 175.00; cinity the newest and most up-to date get back rt.o civilization with a s tslsufflClent : experience excelt the poor Iiard- i ; : Daytona? ::
4. U' IN woi ANY WAY ticket .
teach [ Nineth Prize. .Rebate Certificate county paper in ,,he state, arde solicit to finance a I o.

large IN INTJ.RJ.RTED PROPERTY: : r valued at! . . . . .. . 150.00;; ; the hearty operation of the. in the cheap boarding house disr.rid!: t i daddy back: home, ':oo I/ SILVER BEACH : :: U'e have the cheapest :

. and OIOIOND OR IN Tenth Prize. .Rebate Certificate citizens in this contest.. of Capitol hill. I busy to get away and take a hand )' r o r.. and the best ;

the HIUION IlEAOR k g valued at . . . . . . 125.00; To merchants who advertise\ with Unlike most tourist )1 eccas. however in the grand right and left. Ma.iam'Sherry's"every m
The from : S of the best resi .
Ile I little movement' has 1 Extending $7,500 buys one
Will Oh't' YOur .Re batJe Certificate is something in the ail
Eleventh Prize. : us we wish to say that we expect by there a
Yes 8 :
ulhW"1I Prompt a meaning all its own and be-e s ;tr* i River to Ocean : : dence on Ridgewood Ave. Com
look- < valued at . . .. .. . . 100.00 this contest to double OUT circulation : and the environment that prepll"t'Sone
Attt'nuon r I movement that makes one's head I : pletely furnished and located on :
,and i and our advertisers will realize to remain pleased: and look cheerful :

as its j Total .. . .. . . $1,850.00The ;; I I that it :c to their advantage to helpin 1 while being separated from ones swim like a pickaninny trying Co escape 1 I FOR SALE OR RENTS : t I.I. corner lot. Call on I
agnltdthe- a hungry alligator. .
which will be I The is neatly and]
first prize the pocketbook. job '
: this work by supporting con
JAS. CARNfLL r awarded' to the contestant securingithe I testants. : ,, and skillfully done on the painless I Well, it is: great fun. but the whole 4 1I .. !I M. L. Waggoner :

rod, ORMOND, FLA. J most votes consists. of a, genuine I Now Is the Time- i dentistry plan; and, white you feel. push is nut blase. One can meet : BINGUAM T"O" IPSON .
real nice down here living e.e- 1 1i.
people : : I : .
there Manufacturer of $450.00 Chapin Upright Grand I The contest begins with this: issue, the hurt after you come .to. you I / I Office feople's State Bank.COIADOATES

.i, for PureHome.Made G Piano. This piano Is a very fine instrument the time to enter is NOW. Get in : thank God for your escape wi.l I gantly but in a quiet way in theirew'n I I ..i.i.Iei.i.i.i.i.i.i.i..i I I.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i
unto1 winter with their own
Oround. GUA VA JELLY of special artistic merit of the race before the others get in clothes\: enough to prevent being ar ;
houseboats, autrnobiles and launches: :
high grade and quality, latest case the lead. I re.A.ed for brutal exposure. : .

!a of MARMALADes TROPCAL; AND "f ; design selected figured veneered of Rules for the Contest- I Florida is now in its glory. The i people who come here to escape' the I 'tr"iiNI'Nr."iNN 'err' 1rr .. / ..
mad rush of northeVn and
gP'i PRESERVES highest quality, double veneered inside Rule 1. All money for "big push" from New York 'is hert"1, energy .

trop- Special Attention to I and out. handsome solid mould tions shall be paid the SUbScriV-\manI\ airing trunks and :telling tales of' zero weather and play the rational} TITLEI
pan- l'.mUy Orders I of air amusements auto- REALTY
to awatert art,,,,, T, lugs and hand-carved truss! hand- ager. I summer adventures in Newport, whili game: open
es I n ;: and music rest the "fur" and mobiling along the splendid' shell ,
aUi'! carved capitals Rule 2. ContEst manager's signature the roi pOlloi from : i I
lrm.ltlunDuTttolairs beaches that
roads and incomparable
Rest IndluExlo..l. rounded corners, hand-poiished mirrored must be affixed to all votes before woolly West, sitting around on the _

long! i oulslunu lionl'harlretones i Purehaae: surface automatic extension they are of any value in the I great verandas I'itJ-ea: with gaping I i line the East 'Ca6t around Daytona, AND INSURANCE CO. IN C.
' the inland rivers and 0 0I
to cruising
l<:xpm.ltloni.tJ."ubis music desk artistically carved contest. mouths, and yearn to be a Vanderbilt i I
sounds "fishing off the bridge" or
tier+. noiseless rolling fall board with Rule 3. Ballots cannot be bought. or a Thaw, just long enough to : :
walking the shaded paths anio> rl" rt. nickel-plated continuous hinge fine 'The contest; will be run on a fair i enjoy a crack alt> champagne headache i.i

lnte'r. ITI0UNDGROVc 1 block of selected hard rock wafer I basis, fair for all. Voles can onlybe 1 or an arit(> -.,:ic attack of pa alms[ and live o.iks. Thet people CONRAD BLOCK 'PHONE 1281
hero! : really: enjoy their winder homes in
built up in layers and cross-banded obtained by securing suL scril tons: I'I'r i resis.
','u, 'the South, living away troll, the
. ORANGES warranted to withstand any climate. r either new, renewals or old or bycutting The rich old "duL f' from Newi'ork
It tn- ,
< hotel gayety. They see_. the
these and composite metal frame imported : the nomination or frte votecertificate and Boston with Io -oaiotoi goat classic shades of Sealreeze anct Day : We beg to offer the following ;;

at the blued steel tunings three strings, j out of each issue. ataxia and young wives (usually( 1

t the Grapefruit- overstrung bass, special repeating action -j Hull'I.. Xo employe or memberof : third: ). drag their sodden; feet along tona. or the upper St. Johns river ebb. from our list of
them in thtd'n-
Due seldom meets
flown Best Grown t German silver hammer rail ; his family will be allowed to participate the: newly painted promenade floor:: 5mr l

" It (iroveoniat.Augus. heavy best quality impor.tt"fet: hammer : & either as a nominator or a >r doze over chess in a shaded cor- ing rooms of thtFlagUr ciravautries ; property: ::;:
nn."t tine Autuntoblldtnthe >. ory:: as ni tht migh,, overtakei i I ;.
!toad I" M11esFlorl muffler{ aauicluneiit: for practice, \oter in this contest. nee, while ot lit> blue-eyttl. ye! ow- q.
I I river; cru.stor a bXated: mt't:(mitmpam'ly I
\orlh of '' tea years' quarters tn inside of top : Rule ">. Candidates will not be haired young w ife drop a w ink from r Y q;
JWTtL OH\lOXD t.! .-.." :: I. o. .i few tire <,r a I
very F cover in silver 7 t-1 =: o.-tavos. best I restruttd in securing suLs,>nnto:: :: .Ue: tail of her ey- a: the young Duke l :: No. 12-1-S4.8CO will buy furnished (zed
ins supply 01"a: t-ofiii \\ lt'1! one me is; ;i
t Bee, Knox 1'0'j j quality kejs, made in figured mahogany but may si-cure: .hem in any pla-e in of Durham Lull I.he: Earl of Abruzasome .tM house on Volusia avenue four ,toed- a'
Is onMa1nt I of
them at
they war IK 13eed Compar-. height four feet, nine inches, I the I'IKUM States. >r other highs 'uiidiii riJf 0 '.. room and bath: five rooms on first
t their! drttb ilo! no: "iio! 1 h'r"< l.ke a | q'
In-LOW 1'u.!otl; width fl\e feet two !ndueight Rule G. Only one nominating coapou : l 1C ui like a ihurvh.I [ :_: fl:oor. set;
fog horn off ,h.' cast ol u Ir'lat d, nor R
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t boxed for shipment tlllO pounds. : entitling each contestant .to 5.0OV I got ucqtiainte.1 w Ji one of the I
sloes: osn'iitatious: d.sav| xv-.tj th u: : No. 10--$1.3CO:: five room furnished -
This is a prize well worth the: efforts votes will be allowed. 'dukes" on a river exusion: : and got :
1 t do\\n. Tlkese p"( j>lf do not jrob o.: tr house one acre of land. Holly HIM, III""?
I Finely executed l of anyone.: Rule 7. All votes. must be in the tW! real perfectos sent to my r< om la

t' The second: prize to be awarded to: ballot bus by Friday :5; p. m., of each from his sample east in consideration I aliorobb fry and thy lilike' '0 fruit T.-eS6. ::;
In In g at A Uioe people. ought to--bear to na- :, ; :
the contestant securing the second I week. of keeping mum and concealinghe : No. 119-7 acres land, SCO orange, ;
and from the nmdd: n;:;
this office. lure: away i
largest number: of voftt* consists; of I Rule S. Votes issued cannot be : fact that I had known him for 1, rowd. j I I peach and persimmon:; trees, 6 room :::

a scholarship to Columbia College. I transferred to another contestant. rears as a succHs ful cigar drummer; I The East Coast "luxury": mqnopt.ly'' dwelling, $2,000. ::::

the: well-known institut'ou at Lake Rule 1 I. Xo votes will be allowed with plenty of gotd( looks: and
I City, Fla. This scholarship! :s valued -: on subscriptions held! over more phoney diamond and gall enough to I
East Coast is the pa! e in the win-j i iI :: grove. Sruth Ridgewood. at
at $100. : than one week after being securedby ist a Havana: channel boat fo. yfivtJegrets i
tt'r: : time, as the cold: blasts of the > ? m
The third prize to be awarded to contestant. Subscriptions must to the starboard and nerve I No. 105-$7,5CO, new house en s[,
the :
"uorthenl"st'kl.w retch ai.rv ss
the contestant. securing: the third be turned in promptly together with!! I enough; to bac.'knna Gould's :dk.l Ridgewood avenue. R'
I peninsula and it! is i June all th large a number of"ot's cons'stsof : the money collected for them. Yo.t"S: jp against a red fence or o.f the
a scholarship to Droughtoa's i will be issued when the money is received board entirely. 'roai November to April. I No. 106-$1,200, two large, deep :;:

Practical Business College of Jacksonville ; but the contestants: may retain Spend one day at the I'one and The beach at Daytona is a wonder i i lots on South! Ridgewood.
md it upon ODe with: each suc-i 7lt
Fla. This scholarship is ; tiE'se'ott"ti! and cast them whenever iml spot your beauty and you canell grows :
tosive vinit. This i it my ;sixth. visit No. 12-4.( acres land, 100 orange ;:
valued at $ ,O. ant{ will give some: one 0 they wish. : just how long she is i gong to :
rtyiI and if I continue to live and prosper ;: trees, truck land, 5 room cottage, -
the chance of .securing a good business i-I Rule 10. Nominators or contet-1 main in Florida by the number of I aiM
I It is my intention to hike out rem $1,000.
education free. i ant's in the Gazo; te-Neus' contest gowns she springs on the dining- :
tinny[ e.l'ry"intt"r for this: spot
The fourth prize to be awarded ; must agree to and accept 311! room rubernecks. If she shows up | No. "07-$2,209, five room cottage
shout the time Medicine! Hat begifi:
consists of a beautiful mission writing : rules and conditions. with eighteen "dreams" in eighteen I to hurl blizzards at Co'orado.: \i! i Daytona: and Cypress streets, large :;::

desk valued at $-':'. This; desk I Rule 11. The right is reserved ttretet < lays and then vanishes: it means she ,Ire lot. tt,
I Stand tn salt water up to yourjitart -
was purchased from the stock of the I any name of contestants for i a is booked to play the razzle dazzleircuit Il
and let the sun teat: down onj: ::: No. *03-$1,5}, small bungalow.: ,
Co. of this! city rule,, about folons iTr
Bingham & Haley i cause also to alter these ;; ( as : Kishtfen
four bare head! and hii loll'aroumul ; West Magnolia lot 50x150 almost aa (...
and is now on exhibition at their: I should occasion demand. lays at Ormoiui, eighteen days: atfaliu Rs m mts
in the warm: \\I!i it- -al'; di at the new. tit
I which shah I5t afh, : Mium: ,
store. Rule 12. Any que-Uiou > eighteen days" :
i !10' ?, t.n .,!h ut -r ?ems
hw.t4..h: uiil: :i -> r : : t :>
Seven other prizes consisting: of i arise between the c'onttY.antsII: ind eUhveen days: at Nar;, -.. i 'I!',. c' . No. 110-$2000, truck farm, 7'' 2 :
[stund and uI': A :1 .'-J .r. .t>';i il':: firribuck !)-
rebato, certificates, will be awarded. be d l -nnined by the contest manai p'! !ain. she can make :a hu'l.v' :.:-. d iug th- Itand: '>f thy dia.: o..m:12' ;tr ac e* c:*?rcd; 2 acres tiled, house aia... : I IcM

There certiticalf.s; are traiist'en-able! -i i- uli'.l' !i. r vt! < f CM( : will: IK- final..ors '. ".-phi.sh"of i'ft\: !oiir lot: u : ::Lt- [po.T::: : L-r: .1. !L..I! a i porIF : -
and will be accepted for their: : j lace i H.-hT'1I1U: ' .\ ' RIIIII\\\( ! I ,. ).\ \ ;t : ,| .- -. .
ie<: :.! . .:. K;
value as part payment on a Chapin M -> !'.IY at'1!, :: 111-$9000. one of the best

Upright Grand; $-11\1 piano. CerUtV t'.oU: .t t .M.ui.i-i'\ : -- -- - - ;: homes: 3-1 Ridgewood, furnished, large :,

cates may be combined: but iTeilit! for ------- t! ,. lot, garage.No. : .'

more than $2".o will not be allh\! t'll r 115-$2.0CO will buy a nice -III<:

I } upon the purchase of one: piano IT STORY it's a New Book, home: five rooms and bath; hot ::; t

THE CONTEST FREE FOR ALL TO I it's a Souvenir Novelty '= and cold water; electric lights: cor I

ENTER .. '
it's something in Stationery and EngravingCALL ner lot. '
. the contest Us free for each and I ...

everycontestant to enter: : and it fLORIDA :: a No. 123-A bargain at $3,600, Pal
costs nothing to wiu; all The ON OR WRITETheH.&W.B.DREWCO. metto avenue 3 bedrooms, bath, completely

Gazette-News asks: i is, hearty: cooperation furnished good condition. .;. i

; of its friends and readers to : Houses exactly alike in sake row i
make this contest an enthusiastic, and valued at $6,500.

friendly struggle for leadership. BYJEORGE.I .;M A. 25 acres near city limits; 15 i 1

HOW TO ENTER. I j --- acres fenced and in cultivation; 6- :: '

'joo.sac r' t Just of each clip issue the nomination of the paper('oullonout and : OLD HEN WITH YOUNG t WIVES 45.49 W. Bay St., JacksonvilleAND : room house and barns. 2COO. ;:: i ;

full in the name of the person whom ; B. Lot on Ridgewood in Holly l !

each. you wish to enter as a contestant. I'I' HERE :I Hill, 150x309, $500. i I
or I i
written plainly
' with the address YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND C. 15-acre hammock grove: trees : t i .
if you do not have a nomination coupon I :.
11 each "
address of the SATISFACTORILY.We seven years old and in full bearing;
the name and DESCRIPTION ,
candidate. The name of VISITOR HERE WRITES rr near railroad west of Kingston, $3OCO a: f
person as a ..
,. ... '
the nominator will not be, divulged!; t OF COUNTRY ANI i ti D. PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL i

350. HOW VOTES ARE OBTAINED. OF PEOPLE TO THI are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirs FOR SALE: CENTRALLY LO. t.c , .;
Votes may be secured by Securinssubscription : CATED; WELL FURNISEHD; CAN ,u
I i
400 to the Daytona (.ia' I DENVER POST. in China and Orangewood, New and SHOW PROFIT OF OVER $2,500 I t t

zette-New.! .. and \OU will be issued Novelties. LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH t
upon the following basis! : I Herbfit' Uet-rae.; formerly ed (tc'1' L : TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS.- i" 1 1I

'r&RU. PRICE. VOTES, : and proprietor of Geor'ge'; > \\'t"< kl y $13,000 ON EASY TERMS. ; :

1 year . . $ 1.50 . . . "..WH II ill IK-iut-r. and reVt-t'tI, l > ett'r: ..g() I I ; '

2 years . _ . 3.0. . . !-'.>'''i -------------- ------ - -- -- -- : E. Small cottage on corner lot on -:..

.............. ................,I....... cr lot 100x150; fruit trees,. ;
:J 3 years . . . 4J:\O . . ::'::0.\111\1 .......................................... .l .: Ridgewood: ;

4 years . . . 6.00. . . i:",,,"tI "well $300 on easy terms. UtzN

5 year . . . 7.:..- . . . 4u.t\?'u ; The New Excursion Steamer :

10 years . . 1-VlW . . . I\I\III"" \SOUTHLAND: TO THE PICTURESQUE TOMOKA CABIN :: ":". .,"" t t

::J years . . . ::1';.:.<' . . . ,'"' ."''' I .. :: We have some very attractive river front property Jj!

Who Xo Cannot employe Enter of the or Vote-'ia/ 't.. Nt.'t .. I FIRST TRIP TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7th AND DAILY EXCURSIONS- THEREAFTER :;: -:sa: i in! Port Orange- that can be sold on reasonable terms 5 11II-;. m i

iwwt'di.tr..ati't. :' of tu! -:. 't ;li I : -:+r and at low 1 prices. **
(1 : "
be allowed to enter.. th" ro.i ''' .r J I\.I -T"4i; ; ' ''. : : x I\t ,r ;* '", ;" I 1"" :' (I -- v -' < :' --: :--rr ... ...;: t tr
!", I t- .. ,. :
'ANYAMMMfl ",1.! re : 1 1I e- i
nominee \ot' <-r. 1'ii. SlOO the Round Trip ;: > -
a or tinII: .al.t: At t m'! 1 "; i u: 'j;

; Who May Enter- .I I.I V : -E We\ have a general insurance agency and *:

.;: 1 hi' . ., man. I"1 t': I DAILY TIME; SCMKDLL :
Any \\ ; n

girl of go ; i *'H- '.!!.. : ; :.e I.t-av.: > I'rin} ," i.'oric, l >,iTk.\ I lla iyf 't"rll' ',11.1., I 1' ,. .t.l. ,". : --.:. can insure against almost everything except

enter this: latrycome.t. t" : .- I ie.t\ t't': '! ,I'.ri'I'u: ;'! : '1 > tci: 4 : : t . .. '. .. . I ',.' '
!:t.,.", I': '_' "I' :.. 1' ; : frost and taxes..ON. I
.1 't>11'' 1Ul-. : 1'1' m -,r

tlu* 1..1:,' to' 'I' --, SEABREEZE FLA. :
a nominal i iman.tiiftnent NOtsThe 5 CHAS. F. BURGMAN, Owner ., ,; .: :; Sl>!.Ii.l I.I.I>f>I i J 153. 93 J.2.J.It.J.J.J.I..2; ; !f.lZajiea11jI1]( .t
: or tit, e.'t'"'tf"- .O. .. J.. . : .
.... ............. ..+..+.. ..t..t .
Judges- ............... .... ... + v c
1 r ,

""! T :sn-CRSTR.\.I, n 'n.E + +
RENTS NEW BIKES at Reasonable! Prices. / RIIrr1S. # +
Page Eluh. JOHNSON Bicycles Delivered within 10 minutes of phone tall.PHONE ,, 4 THE

-- -- '4 I L.cca

- Iu.IsIsISIIlIOuuseIII. 00001OOft00 L Heeoce"'HMeettHfSSHHMMM"' ,,;;: + daysColder>
:..........a.I I.C.I.I.le..aO..IOS.I.I..I..D> : I..esOISISSIIISIS <

) i Shirt Waists and i ::.. ConsiderThat ::.. i:. THE BARNES NOVELTY] MAN ::. 1--B TIJNQS ITs1! +4+ 4'Sixth dons* *

:Hr+Htitioti-: .mil' I Xf.'iool!', "U""ll'| | -. .
= : : DUALITY i< what founts : Pn'n'! iili-|, ..., \\ 111_ M.uMllIli . -
., . . . -
Tx writ-- t ro.- .f" :iwirrnti' -
and that |II.
with us, wrareoperatingundermall !; :
: . I Sf
10.1.1111 I r.u'Ki.- foe iiulNo'
n. 1"; ;a '
: D resses Call and let us show you the : expense; therefore we . 'I"! ',-. 0 Yes, we ha/e a new tic of f Ladies and Children's

: new waists and dresses for : p can sell CIinAPEU: than others. : : BARNES. :. I Brtuing: Sni.;. also Caps and Shoes. I
r lare and : :Siiik-il! I Bartnl.ulrant."d.ta| |) .rI llovSiiairitir. : tt 1.1 :i.n tr-iin.- >";;:Y. I'l.-tui-. 11M.iir . .,.. .. .-. .,-r; nw linti.t I \11101..1-. ... .1 VIII'-' --iii,, ,
spring. Already our sales in this line have been very : , . U.iv , .,, ,,.. ,.. .. .. "''d.
: \ I I. unll-!\| nitl I'm'T'-l-! ii irm/ ii II ..' ii I X61! l.t I-. Tinl"l r il! I-- t'I -"ed .
\V MI- 1 mi
: : d l IIiin: |p r !I"' t 17- 0 .v.. .,r" ,w- ..111.1] Th. rT.M.-.in.l -!tr.1rthat 41
our first shipment will soon be disposed of. Do not delay purchasing - I
I Iri-h .J'..tat.; ."-, |I" .r pk :; .. :ilin! 'I -itiytlnu : : i
: : : Illla! i-t. .or 1:1\: ".II I Ii ,' ,'l' 11'11 ArtCarries
while our stock is tar;?. . . The Cfcas.d E. Gardiner i Co. '

.. : BARNES : I 1 style
-- - -
: SHEPPARD'S GROCERY : ,',. ,. ..
0 NOVELTY MAN : ., ,
: THE I ; t ,, 1.j

: THE PECK-HENDRICKS COMPANY :. 0 West End of Central Bridsje :. ... "XL..I: !It!. i.-i! ..I'.T.! I'i\, Ion'"i. I Kin. pUSI1t1 .. : =:.:= = -.j

..I.IOIe10IEIa.I Itr01.IeIeIeI.e...........eI.aollsl. :/SI .I.............U.1.I.1. SU.I.I rIOI.ISISISISIIttt ..
-- .......
::::::= "CleaF

1 1I I ... I I: .............H.. .ISISISISIsle 1115I5IIO.1011

I!I I OUR WHOLE ee..1 Home Grown

usementS Crystal Theatre! i DEVOTED TO i'i ... .'. 4. -

l I =----c: I I Ii : Produce !
1{ eI Bicycles II III. : F TC


V i I. : .o \-r.'i""J1.... .

H ? I Merchants'i \ : .. 0e

: NEW With a complete shop aud compe- : .

aH tent help we can do the most 0 :. Fruits and Vegetables :

I ,attstactorvwork. Alwas Fresh :

I. I I .S ..


Souvenir I Opposite the Yacht Club : : No, 231 North Beach St. Thane: 55 :
i .
I I ........Ne.oooe.-c. : .I.U..s1OICI.I.eslelslelel

7ZA - - ---
A --- i --

W. M.
I See the handsome presents given j away at Crystal ; :

Theater by L. H. Rowe & Co., Mills Cafe :'\1-\\: \ (lilt. Feb. 7-The stock Estate and

) I. mark:: was irregular/; today, th"utl. AS HI
9 Gazette-News Young Pharmacy.in Fire
FEBRUARY Insurance
THURSDAY :: :..!- mil! lo.es J beiiiK al.out eivnly
Rowe & Co. 's Window. K... iduv
di\ .dt.d. :Steel:: rei'errd and i

Thomas Wade Lane & CompanyIn .! ; \t';;." :a shade I higher while;: C i 1): 122 Sou'lh' Beach Street \ is

d I'eiinsy Ivan a were low-r. - -
TUESDAY NIGHT.Open i'ev 1. --- ---
High Class Opera
:'f.'L'I:: : ua.: >vfadLuriM': to seeU

Reserved Seats at Haukins' :IOVM :r. .11 sjjirto.. Lin- drop! :at I Liiinii'i iI"rl" i\'-

t Daily at 2:30: ,ol. : .

; I li rjst ti.e ia/i.: r and Vili j

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10 NEw" Snow EVERY lI( ){ "l{ i i! l.inSalt I at the (:aid: h tI! t''.ut' r-I! C r'ARI,,

"<>a't'rnooii: : and et eu.l: ; I I': <., Tableaux With Songs and Instrumental Music 1

e\.a passenger car to let and -:: ":,,SSrifCHILDREN'S- .' J AtER
Under Auspices of Palmetto Club I IIlm't I'ugtt the It(; /aar ;ami \'.; .
automobiles stored at reasonai.lruittj.
-- - -- -- --- entire :Sale: at hte Uu.Id: : !hail: tonc: r' THE FIREFIGHTERS' SARATOGA INN GAR.VGE. EYES lEt; .. tESt
-- -
i imafternoon and eveaitig.: It
F&oiie 111': tf APE]
Coming---Rounds' Twelve-Piece Ladies' Orchestra. I Cannot be too carefully safeguarded.
Rando. of Sec<-i.I::
I .Mrs. L) F. ph for they iha\f but one pair to lasta IN SAC

,tt t-iiiue, who was air ous.y' ill! lts:: ; STEAMER SWAN "HERE lifetime rf there/ are indications
its'! I
\\'k. is now improving s it's 'actorM.ie child's
/ of anything wron( with your

-- I .t FROM I I eyes brinK him or her and I will fit
i' -- I I J EAU GAL LIE.
I lhem with Glass* to correct the
_ I \ you dominated your favorite:
MEETING. trouble. medical: treatment i i3 neeessiiry WOUNDGA'NES'J
A Rich InheritanceIs .n the Ga ette-Xews ropulartty Co.i- .
,.tl.t'. :? !f not. do so at once. WILL

r 7-tii. -- AND LEAVE THURSDAY MORNING Dr. Neville H. Clark Futcfi d o

that of thrift and economy. Most wealth gained by legacy is ELECTION OF OFFICERS TO b*
1'iw.iiiaeter (. Smith, who by the nheie
: I
has show in
usually squandered, therefore everyone an equal aUf'j Optometrist
u red treak down
a nervotH.
r his efforts for wealth. Saving is strictly a matter of habit. De- ,i week i Ls reported" to be improving: BE HELD" WEDNESDAY Y NIGHT. PALM BEACH. j Look for the Sign of the EYE. the

posit here your savings draw 4 per cent. interest.PEOPLE'S Rhotmli! slo\ly., as it the care in die 1 I I tc tie ''t j
s The steamer Swan ..> a. ain ni''u.eu i - ------ -
<(<-I i Urof this: nature. be av 19K (r
;at the draw ot the South Orid l :--,
STATE BANK 'V.d.t* and Xasiurt.u; for s. le.u having; arrived fn:m Eau iall: : Monday ;. The, e sV

the Anderoon Candy Kitvhen.-;:
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. afternoon. She left Kau ('aiNSunday : ; I mtI

-- TO BE VOTED FOR WEDNESDAY ::: afternoon at I oVIok. itld.; GREEN GOODS
1 'I f lit luiiiich Alma was here frt.tii
- II 1'V-.nl ut. !% f I.KI.VMi.: I .I"'II-' M K: i 1II'KIt.: spent the night at TitusviIK; : coming :
\ U-. -1",1" >!. n-. 1.. It. HKM.: YV M I I.. W \"IoI)\".It. (oriiidiiil: this: morn mm, having on NIGHT. .
on from thai place Monda
l.oajd. Mr.I and Airs.V.. I". <'0:by.I .
I 1 \ ..... ILchiuond: and .if'II. I XT. [IlichIIH The annii.ii! !ineftiii!; ot the Oty.ton.a Capt. Howard i ii* looking for : in- \
inspectors from .lacJisonxille
? d. 'Ir.. Ka.stland and son. Mi-.s I hJi 1.L*..rUtl1t was htvd: at They will make an in..pcf.on' \\ e are carrying a o' iniilete I ... r
I II-)-loan. A. (i. 1Veatbe rte.' and Mi*. *'
I the. CitytI lI I last nUnt at the con- the Swan Wednesday and tUi- a itleave line 'f' < liven ((in '. erie.. iaI UK u O>|
t. .IU.: .* XoriuaiKVie and M n. Mm.) I
chit-sot: the >meeting of the Iiay- on the regular trip :o Palm elulifLI ago I4 NI
| l II i.\oiin.indie is a < tiUr of ,11ts.Colby 1 et-I .
board' Beach Thursday morning at s o'clock! ) ,
tuna : of tride. I
AND I and with her Ol'6 Howard and
.. \\ uut
and thereafter continue
r regular:
.\l.lto'd !is vifr'Uins: Mr. aiwl l Mrs. l''o-! Ten lueiuberfi are netessry to i 4 ...
schedule, as provision: has beenniadp Golden Wax Beans
| hy at tlheir home in Onuond. Mis ({jIma a quorum'and the roll call I I
for a supply of wood for fuel:
\ A / n\\ tie Xonuandie ir; here flour Uaners. showed barely ; that number and t 1 \
in case their coal fads to be : Green Beans
i \ Miiis.s. Thus Is her fin+t visit neither the pr4ident nor the frechief I , ."
-Mr S. M. left Ion af- for them at Eau Gallie.
; ilemember i ii
I we keep everything 'J Florida and she :iri delighted with .
to : w..r. aiuoQX th lU. ,.. ., ,
tenit-on lade: ",' a.d: gent's wearing apixirel! I' I| this: .sectuHi. of the sae.ltoard : S. II. Goes war i elected prewide.iL Capt. Howard says they had a t'm-: i CucumbersCauliflower
M. I.I I> : ; > at the liee Hive. North Leach St. 37t trip making a running trine of :':, II "
pet>> > teui. The minutes of th* la-L .I. ...1.1 II' <
time at '* by the week at $nJlih'!: re.1J. hours to I'ahu Ueach. u f hih thy ;n.
I I The regular; uie.tns!: > of the Ha. 'tomlodi.e laurant. IKJ: X. heath St. '>S-G1 m "t-ting were read| and the report oi' doted on their return and will sili: I :' 'It..?.

*\ of Elks will: be held tb* ev .- the treasurer Was received and re- further educe a.; thy become IH<'r(- Tomatoes I ti.i .

at Clark's : : | en ing. the lodge meeting to be tot: -if it M anything photographic we fired to the auditing ,'omw wt.. familiar with the waterway.: I I'I '

lowed by a social session. have it. Lesesne. the Eastman Kodak | St't..rt.-uary A. :h.t-'. Porter sugested **A fine gold watch, which i i.s now PeppersThey I
' Mi that Mint;; :ao the- small attendant
*; ; ; \
Dealer. 14 So. Leach (Ki exhibition
t.I.tf . I in th.- show window I
1 Airs. T. } ( \'ew York dres>iuafciu: ;. t''irclans t . the electiolM of officers bt, 1'0..1. ol! L. I II.Uow,- A
: will ]Li.git:
I : ';ll
! : !: :Xltf So. I'ahuetto. ;5Mfti IM.II,H| to a future dat.and that ahe .a I ,
I Adam and Eve. to tli I font*taiit in I thf Ca/.eltf-XiMS are Always Fresh.
JtrllbIr.: t'Ulllllllt..t.. "" ;ii IH.;ilt! d tn put :. ,
I "I hope this exi: >ubiou of ours is not I (Cr; >at I'npiilarity] ('0110-1: t who s.-i nr.-.-
Daytona i Cherokee '" u4Innrttton .It!f@ty I 'I.r. bl' t.It.'t."led: :at \'.
Chapter of the America I going; to Injure our &t-cial position. :rln- 111'"h; ..
; i.- !inin.
I )Ii i i I I : 1 K>'da.J JI : .
k Woman's League will hold iU resin. said Eve ruefully. thatL: t:Iii*'. .. : i .
\I h ,
r '; ;tt! ;' .11 : ;; ',' I"I
I *llave : lar meeting for the election: of off t.1 I 1 guess nut, n>llll'dam.. "They ;: Th- t cut r .J.I'I"nt-t.I| 111'011 I h ,.. I ,

; New,' (: tiers tomorrow attt-rnoon at Epwont'lhru't l' can't stvi us from being; une of the ]:I .niiu.U,-"' JIs-s1iJi, ( Vjn.;! -. \\.4>I1.; DAYTONACOLD ,
t I'o' : ': : families, whatever 2o." ...................... .
:: o at In!:. !I very. Jrst they j i I I Xa.-i" : and! K; I. \1 !lb. :and !h. in.ot -- .

!I "1 dull find our names here in the ,. the l !ai"t-; ii-: *;is !I\e.i: i 'r''t'; V\-u STORAGE CO.R. 'U,.

Jii.hiJl; j "Social Register; ,' said Eve. loobiiig I I, ...U.l1, rl"Ii n"': ;at tii. 1..1.\ ,1.ti.; a'. '.Ii .

tiiuUU forget the Uaiar and: 'Valeii'iiue j the volume ovt-r. !i' ..u'hat: -.I. !II"- j >\.l-l..1. ; ."I| -a-: M ... Live Long and i : D. JOHNSON Mgr "
; : Sale at Guild: hall: tutarl'I'UI'a : i "Look under 'Itilntory omiciles..' my I
copal 'I "J: : !1.- l'I. 5.5 'iI 11) tin-! III't:: )_ .\ .; r
1 : l'I'lil"JU and cc etlin.t.\ It { lore. saiddaDl us he went out and rI
parttd i.. :M i .
.1 /1 ; !lUitxor ci : i.- I
Ii I Hi.* cfcy I named the jackass after himself.L .- .-' ., :.-tar> 1'1 ''t'l.t inn.i: -....mpl.t \f \
I Harper's Weekly.
S. T. Ca swel', of Xarra ansetiiPier. 'i nt.tleiiii-ii. ) : > .71 r---.L.i:; : is .,- Die ,
I \\".\ : U. L, who i is wintering: in th'etc :< I I Happy I .
A Pithy Sermon. :n1 -rr t ol' tinIH! 'arMii': i.1 I ll t.- -j.J! .
etatress: '" : at usual, received telerah l
J'I . ..
Here is the pithiost sermon ever th.ii. Ii;:r haul -- \OJ.( ' -moil.-.J: I i.i;
Uox; A-C. ] yesterday, stating:: that his[ vessel. E YesOur
preached: "Our in;"'resn Into life ts | th- !tn luU.-r.-h.jf ;lit: t>.it. ..tt.lap. : .-; : .,.-
I : the .Lhree-maeiU'd schooner liarrie t naked and bare our progress: through .-.- i.i a year''' n..:th.ti, had hii.
Charles C. Keilin. was ashore on l>ian on<1 life Is trouble and .
care our OCTCS; out :'don.byond ;h4 thr ati.u: ul "::1': '
l\ 1 Ii
Ga., Shoal and would be lily ; '} .i. x< ai l let. (_ "":
a total I\i.:; Ncparticulars of It know bt-re I
we not \\ ; but. Joins i; siu.tli company on Norm/ !:.-.,,-h .
Telviihone were given.lkut't well here we shall do well there. I 'I
was in f'I i could not tell more by preaching n wir'-'-t and that while: a d..*/.;u 1110\:1); : goods, the finest lu, .i i
and ht-lme-ts had been p.iri: h.tsed nu:
guest of : '* forget the "Bazaar and Val year." '
lV a.fOa eiitintSale at the Guild hall timiftf- enough in&Te-- had h.-,-n ,hvAii t.rtnee .) prductH iu the worl! 1. I The Po
Wanted It Well Hidden. ; < them from the ordinal pa< k
3 enue, dep: ) nv ai'u'rnn and evni-ns. It . The Ox-
as stack is Spring
Little neuatid
Tampa I -- Bobby was tt-o polite to say I I
t he wanted a big piece of the turkey Th.I'Was a general teeing taa'

'*I 0ok Now is the Time, but he said bo would like a piece of th:- :n.:rtia wag lariiely due to ::a..- dean :and our }pri<.es II fords have just

latent in the chest, where the wishbone was lack of interest exht>.';:*Hl :in t )it

: : to Buy 1 only he didn't want to find the wishbone organ.catiou: by th-' ,l'!ti/ 11S arts -rally ,are right. Call an 1 set I Cll

I too quick.-lirownln 's Magazine. and I busiuras'Inen: : r-1Ke.ally. I arrived both for
['rirei fJD case I.."'h.
**If : i iI .t..
It Was This Way."I have arrHANkH
at the ) tn'id; valentine hand ;jiiacedm .t. gentlemen and
suppose the father :gate the bride fast 51.
morrow i! GARDENSEEDS. > tnx.lt: purcha4 d at darks.: :

with' ; away. .\ -,;.;,,,.-.J
"Not eXactl lie gave a million ladies.
-- ;
theater. away and threw her ill.-lbl1adel-

"For ; : I phia Ledger. "I cant Love.. :tiara: and y.u.Business.I have prorn- IILyman I L Grocery !

!I u ;iiM! at :! : : Excluded..1scuIntell lsd. f' .-.... -.' !s.1 i in.n...? ,.;s.', .. I In1 \\ hereGENE '
dour ."
nvtit !I" 'pr '-.t-;
SOLD ATYoung's Well: I c< !:::ratullteYI'U. ,.. c
hr.jo..l .'t n 1.11'h.r' '. .
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irvt-s. : : : i old man.r"l. /h.\v i.i the I..yto .... : an do Every Day is Bargain i
\\1 'ih" : h I 'lS I Day
I .:;ht I: be name.-! !I'. ;j.:". I i's: :: .

.1. g i : ; ' ; I Pharmacj, people It > .i.\. ,. _.. t! -' . . ; e. of le. : ..u1t' I Here. I THE FOSTER CO.

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