Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00213
 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 10, 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: VID00213
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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... THE WEATHER IN FLORIDA. + -+....;.:a+-+ + + + + + + + + ..

Fair except rain (In extYeme +. THE DAYTONA ..' LOW'TICES> OS THE BEACH :
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PublIshed Every Evening +
hoes. Except Sunday Daring December:: January, February and March: at the Prettiest inter Resort in Florida.. r' _ .. .. .. .. .. .. ..' } ..'.

I !oit"t ('outs' ',.With Season-No. 61

15 Cents per we e' _

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er CO. i ,? WRIGHT :: .: D2. BOU"'Ors' ""OSP/TU/ and - r ---- _

i r.t :* WALLACES'W. Painting Tw, III First\ --I t i\Avenm:,.i Dayton, ,SItiiTlRll1 Ha RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School SUFphes.Books Stationerv and r Havana Smokers
it iF room.newtvfurru
J Paper Hanging I -h, 'I I ;"furl' I n't.: ..t i ttm.u.hout: with I I I Only! ta..t quality well cured tobacco -
t QltbOYl8 nllho,pii( 111.1./ "fI.i in.. '. Thorousil 1'1 I 'i I Itrtral, h Trt; } on i'I I GEO H.
219 Decorating ''v .,III/'I") '! ...!>' ,..,'!ni, room on TT"oiul I I.' t t"1 -. P.. \ ..iir I!I I. w. ,..i r_. used I
MAGNOLIA AVENUE (tt..r. K(H t rm. ulilr' Waterman
-- Fountain Pens, Vet iave MinufacturerDuvtoui:
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.. Interest in the Gazette-News
1 r great Popularity Contest is
growing daily and the votes
are piling in at a rapid rate for the con

> duce .. ;-t testants to make a good showing in the first
announcement of
-.4. '--- ... { standings, which will be made in the Daily News tomorrow. ;

|d Vegetables :.... ,f 'Il ""OURS'' BATTLE FOUGHT; 1250' INDICTMENTS RETURNED 's sIN

is Fresh : :

(all & Son reach .... t It ::; HEAVY LOSSES REPORTED. it Once MoreWe VOTE SELLING SCANDAL. I

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FEDERALS[ BATTLE REBEIS i f -- - -- -- ------- --
SIr.1SIsIsIsIoiAFFNER f ;s

BUSY DAY offer inducements if you are LITERATURE 20 PEW I INDICTMENTS

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interested PhonoaraPhs.GRUBERMORRIS AT THE HOME OF CML t
r ri : DEPARTMENTIN 4 .t 1

"H You Don t TraJe With Us We Both Lose Money" f
IN .
Beach Street COURT. __..-.w J::.....

i' ,, LIEVED. - -- -- --- ------ --- --.- CHARGE. .I RETURN TO DANVILLE TO AN-
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battle lasting 12 hours has been I I SEVERAL PERSONS PAY FINES l I: FISHERMEN ANOTHER : HE SPA ISII millF D.\NVII.LE. Ill., Feb! it>-A hlt.1 I
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fought between the Federals and I of< .;.. at'.v iiJi..-tuients against von

Rebels near Mulatto and reports are I{i FOR ORDINANCE I i VIOLA TIO I S.I j .., ilt': : : \eiinilhon county will !he
t that the losses hate been heavy cm DISASTER toted today by the grand jury bring

both sides.Detailo NEW CITY EXECUTIVE SPENDS i i tag the: grand total up to 2-:;0.

are meagre and futuro.. THE LITERARY DEPATMRENT : \ total of JO. indictments: for perjury -

'f S plans of the two armies cannot be MOST OF THE FORENOON DISPOSING ON ICE fLOE. i IN MINE.fXPLOSIO WAS tN CHARGE OF THE PRO- 'I( have betaoted.. one of these

:N'S EYES , -. obtained OF CASES BROUGHT IN J / reported to be: agumst a prominent 4
irefully 8af guarded. BY MARSHAL. I I public official.

ut sere une are pair indications to last :. f Rebels In Retreat- :Mayor Henry T. Titus new ex- 153 BELIEVED[ [ { TO BE B[ LOST; IN t COLORADO MEETING. Seven grand jurors are demanding '
EL PASO Tex. Feb 10-Tuc attack Thursday afterc n that Speaker Joseph Cannonbe
g ""ttb jour child's ecutue of the city of a very large
.r her ami I will fit l of the insurrectionist on the getting a busy start in the handlingof is HOPE OF RESCUE i GIVEN IIP. BRIMS I t DEATH 10 MKERS. :{ audience was de: :atfuliv entertained I asked to come to Danville to tes

kt, to torrent the 1 [ city of Jaurez will not take place for at the Palmet'c clubhouse The literature ttfj under oath before the grand Jur:

|ai treatment i>s aec- f some time, if at all as the Kevolu city affairs and demonstratingthat : depa- went ae the concerning the election frauds
I program
in a businesslike: way the city 1 WIND TAKES BIG FLOE AND I RESCUERS '
you sole J. t. ..-lioniste are now retreating south- I HARD TO (Ifor the da\ Mr-: Elizabeth Wilder however, there are numerou-: Can
ordinance are to be
ward during SWEEPS IT OUT TO SEA WITH j REACH MEN ENTOMBED ALL Huston, chairman non adherents on the grand jury
II presided The
H. Clark ,r It is reported that Orozco has h*,. term of office. I OFj(. and these men may block the plan to
r Thu daj' morning: the mayor dtsIMsed THE HELPLESS MEN UNABLETO WHOM ARE BELIEVED: TO BE I j work of the department the past hare the speaker brought here to
lefrist5ign been relieved of the command of this 1'summer
inetu ing of
1I a study Spain .
of the assault! ease of :Minnie RESIST. DEAD. !I answer: questionsTHINKING
{ of the EYE.GOODS division of the Rebels and that he Gibson and Friday morning handed I II ,ancient and modern and its people

has been succeeded by Col. Jos, DeF out fines to te\en persons for \iolat VinORG: Finland Feb. 10-.V band TKIMUVli. Co!io.. Feb. 10--\ large I I The "Spanish motif" dominated the G PEOPLE[ [ INVITED I [
-- officer the ; j
Soto formerly
; an in regular I l I
of loj;):: fishermen
I army. ins the city ordinance bate been swept out number of rescuers are: working hard I I1 entertainment. I _ _

I Normal conditions were restored In KV. l-'iIl"aw, white was fined to sea on a large ice floe today and today to reach 14 miners entombed I)i The stage was bttuttfully: decorated ,r TO ATTEND[ AGAIN TONIGHT.
$:r and costa on a charge; of being all have been in the Carbon t I ++
given for lot The Coal company's
Jaurez today. Mexican fligt> are displayed up mines I i with the broad striped yellow and
all business places are open drunk and disordtrlj.K ". unmanned vessel has been found and/ at Cokedale, the result of the terrific i iexplosion j >white flags of the
Spanish merchantmarine
.' :. I K:. Johnson, white, contributed _ SI I
that i
] and the people are on nil streets at i returned in mine yesterdayafernoon. -
to the shore SERVICES
will. $;i; and costs to the city for speeding t IUp I and a tine r'pr< duction of anexpuiite SATURDAY NIGHT ALSO

t te I an automobile The Meaty wind broke the Ue : to this time four bodies have I window in th.Ihambra.. AT BAPTIST REVIVAL t

E Rebels Control Town- I Te&aie Anthony, ('(colored of \\-aycros loose from the mainland ad carried been taken out and tier more have Many of the department members S

|\ a complete} ] I Ilzroeeriea f; MULATT.O. :Mexico, Feb. 10 The I *., paid $3 and costs for the privilege u rapidly out to sea been located The remainder of I wore Spanish costumes and with the MEETINGS WHICH ARE BEING 1 c
t i of indulging in a futu encounter tluve" unaccounted for anbelieved:
in- i Revolutionist are in control of the with another gay colored robes and lace ma'itiila-. LARGELY ATTENDED. ,7
town today after a hard bittle. in i j colortdxonian in TWO MEN ARE KILLED to[ be dead in the workings and evrry -i| ,
the Daytona colored added just the right note to the '
t which : suburbJohn effort i 'Ue wont r
made turn
l the Federals were repulsed I WHEN is being by the rescuers ;i Saturday night
i r with a heavy loss funeral Uquwi :McDonald, colored, dug up BIG TANK BURSTS. to reach the men. I background over to the devil," said William DIpshiw .

ax Beans I i was wounded j $:. and costs for i imbibing too freely :MEMPHIS.: Tenn. Feb 10-William, Mesdames! I aweonHenry Thompson I who is conducting evangel

: I and creating a disturbance. Jones, and John WHEAT MARKET DULL I' i ;.tic servicett the Baptist church t
Withers: were killed j ; and E. T. Conrad were the host
r' John \\oottn. colored, answered todriving 1 '.l 1 I''!'<> crowds hate: been so large and
Beans I ; and I:' nesjroes employed in the Novelty !i PRICE SHADE LOWER. ,es-s of the afternoon larding U'il ,
DETECTIVE : without light : ,
PATRICK KEELY a violation I the 'erest so dc't'p that WH have
[mbers of the city ordinance: and paid $1 and candy plant were injured today I CHR',VGO.: Feb !III Tin wheat Law, in full uniform impersonated: I I decide. we ni''..>t have a\\\ meeting '

i'tn-. when a huge tank broke through 'market opened t'a..it'r but dull today l I .a famous jreneral I :'attirdax :iht.: i

lower ; EQUIGyilTYOFfERJURY.i O [ I :Mike Iouila.-i. tx loved: handed overI the 1 root, wttskiiitlu I rear part olth : 1 with. tie: j prin> s a sliad.' loxxtr Provisions :- Mrs Graham: Thompson in a few I I Mr 1'I..ic| ; will dHl i.t'fihbt j set ,

i i a fine of $1 and! costs to the I \ over e itt i r lid! a shady I load i terisht: i
I I mayor *' plant. Fnttiu \\lrk:1l1: :;; iu words introduced Mr*. llubton{ who mesvuse < s .. at i:3u:: t( i,
''CHICAGO for riding a bicycle without a lisht I Itht' lower, dt'sp.tt a fur c"tlt. tdvitue skttthtd in initliiie- the works of thdetiartiiunt. .' : "f'ettIJlt110 Thu;k '
[ r POLICEMAN TESTIFIED plant t*?;ii> 'il 1 lltl.lljur"ll.i i'as
atoes The first arret-t for an infringe I IP lio-s, (',('tK t trPlh[ ( :. i __ .
*: calling attention to the i .
( HE RECEIVED INSTRUCTION II' meiit of the city ordinance regulatingvehicles )I -- iI I i --- window of the \lnajubra. and laugh'l!: I STOCKS OPEN FIRM; i I t

>ers on the streets to which the I iI :iul\1\' telling the: audience that SI'ani i SOME ARE HIGHER. '
t THE FAMOUS BRIBERY CASE. Daily News has so frequently& called wsWE :sh ladle ot high decree texpetUd ':
MMM > were mn
OUR KX011K, "'eob. ;
I ADVERTISING : lo S'ock S .
\ without impression until i
-VERDICT know't '
A SURPRISE. to >ry much, an-J 5"
ways Fresh. the !' WANT70 oi rear d t tutu: vv :'h prices; ;t'tI.Tal1: }' an I I
: new mayor came into office, wasin t
I nouiutd bat the fatal number ofi
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'halljt.tI soda
CHICMIO.! Ftb ID-Detective Tat- the case of K J. Tnan. who was i t tit' would be clue-'I < >; Popper and I'rooklynTi : ..
program a
patio .
: -: tick '! i Ills Kee'j was found guilt of perjury arrested for leaving his hack standing : ; III".I'! i II : ", ." t
s It I V Spanish: Sim e hy l thc Jlisst: -*; .
r Pot ton w:t*< t nrrl,
tod.ly. ):eell l teamed in tht in the street headed in the wrondirection 1, ,' :
lollt' and Clark ;
POST the value ot ic'eckn' *, at'vint( and : \ 1 i ,
'ONAIRAGECO. famous Lee O .Neil 1'iowne: bribery This cost the driver I '
$1 { His: '
not \ en.1
| : th an enthu.aatic! ; Miend, Mit,. ,\. I K; .
a.. case hat the state's: attorney bad and l'oc>ts and serves as an illustration I an increasing: number! oi .v 'rst.li are King ar\t'4J: ;.;
Instructed YOU | :'orp. a% :r Jttd. dd: rack uiimbt! o.* : T I !. I-dl\: : ifnr mtNt:: t: .,:!. \orrilo! -
him to take. Henry U.ik that future violations '
of this
I now using the MERCHANTS{ BANK'J t'le proraLt! ,\11. tlc' ladts! !: burl i :i:._.>!t.u i r. Ma:n*. to -i" of! Mit h.larH! Hs. '
'meH'!. j! legislator who had confessed ordmimc' will not be tolerated bv' i I ; ij, ;
(SON M r.Ipring to being bribed: to'oto tLorimer >.* the new 1llI.HI. I check books so that they inn hive Spanish. t.tie'sMi 'r! t'r ...1 i o'i wtJ; '!, I i'' tl!./Ialtrr! 1 I -:.,
.J out. The \'.,rdil't of guilT i a Cwwwr I : .>. Ida \a .'i" t'!':. J: u ..nl :i P1":' ':' \i.! I. II t'"I'i :"'!, : tlll/'alld./ :to ",
*' i iI ii I a record of ad a rel'I'I:i pt t f''r eitrv ((11 ".1fil'lt'It!:I K..::..His. .1 :111x:11|:t '' ,,1." ,, '
I a< a "enc.flj: surpne. r ;; lr.r! "ll ti II'': Pahul"tto t ;
.. SHERiff BRINGS PRISONER : l.lI r expenditure. (; ''''.:s pil: r w .l is wt'! ':'ir"I i ta: !, M I t'! .\: i c.,. . !I'I' Tit." ::11"r. ar .toi.( : .,! I 11r;I\ + 1 I ; .....

J .. NO QUORUM AT ALBANY I! I I C. ti; n s>..,i: k .111,1 1\.1 i ,LI!: .I. ;'t ,( .;._ !K : :: 1" ,',.,. \h I:. 4.f y\Vi I I :'T.
Many of these t
I I! This Grocery people did not 11"4' v': !'" f '!:.. rl!:" "I 1:' SI..!!II.1'.. .i!1
r Jr FOR VOTE FOR SENATOR. fRO i PALM I BEACH. i t'iouslr know that this;. bank fur tiu'.t' lJ. r r, i Io lit I It-:1 1I ..' f.tl.h d I It t',;: :
(ornts :1I''lIt I "j
I : u-n"'ttrimttin (' .
ALBAX\: X \.. Fob 10 \\hea I : trononn! w:Ult1.,. it i> p..sihle; \cr'gts-for any i nUhed the 1'3"1) book check !bou'.', :' :. , ', <: I Lt:< !m, '" !h.-&t" ul r..r the 21st Joint ballot for ,.. l- .... "' ": I.aSh'd I. ..)
election of! WILL KUNZE CHARGED one -t"lt'' it> |>nvuii tnuelfct groc i .1..10 I. Ln.I' S S :a (HI1 "I.i 11 -1(
i United States :senator was called WITH I ries of all kitnls. Ihe best of every and does the work{ fear thpai free nf V,:-r .,Iith. greatly add d to th... ix ti'liniaker in th., I r.. II. H,,.. 6: t .

today it was found there was no EMBEZZLEMENT IS BOUND ,I !licking virietif for your t aunt table'd dt'lcueit'noU1!or your n;; ,I l charge Nor did then l1.10that ',ll',' -t i <. tilt afternoon bv Ii,.- J'.w.,hv. store. Mr. l'tt\\lI.:''': ,' :' \ .: t ;:'4

Quorum. culinary xqubIt: r..'lid r::on on tin hatI': ot ; : .. f I OVER TO CRIMINAL COURT BY preparation You sate money bj l huy- : thus bank rendered the: game personal . .. an .I..JI"4.t. 1 : :
I ing l bt'r. j The' Tear, n'sl'Plldillg to al: t !ri! :\ to rt"Jual1: ti.-l.-! (I..rmalj..u J 1., 5: 5 e'.
JUSTICE Our service to both large and i core[ with Muriuuritif! tro! <.k." : ;
TITUS. Vegetables are always --=-==--_-- -- -- .
; fresh. small depositors. | Mrs Bull a NII on gave a Loraldl.! '. I t $

Ox- a.nvkfJn4 Sheriff E I.. Smith arrived from I I{I Many people did not know that M iss Matheio accouipam: ; L-r "a 5, CHURCH D .- J : !

; Palm teach Thursday afternoon, l the: harp Koiuan>' or the Glre:; v. Gil'L,1lttrnt : : 1 .. .7 rugglh i. ...1
the private accounts of depositors, or "--D. f PlfllH 17
; bruising with him Will Kunze, a I CONRAD GROCERY : rrspundnK: to an rug( ,,::r, j-L Beach Street I /
have just white man charged: with embe zzl.1 :,' business matters of theirs' entrusted i with ".\ Slumber Song:. tm'\t. \ Daytona Florida. | It '+

11Ilt'llt. Kunze was before Justice H. to our care are never shown, nor I! The fourth number was a ro-itoll: : _, 1 ':
Don't Forget I flcllint 1-ooJ rig tit batuFlorentine / 3 '1 .::.
I, both for T. Titu Thursday morning butwaived COMPANY'PHONE information regarding them given>> bv Mrs Howard Y. Stillman ".\ Spat I '

: an examination and was ish Duello" It wa.4 i\t'f1:11: )1"-

and '. 29c CANDY bound over in the sum of flOit. forappearance I'to outside parties, All bi| ioes be- Stillman!, usual! graceful tuaniu-: :. fi I .i
men I 'fween this! : bank and :its patrons i 3 that '
: before the criminal court. 61 I I' read* command of the SIall.1: : t ti

SATURDAY ANDSUNDAY The prisoner, it is alleged 4 considered sacredly c-mf;denial. ; toimue; that the Span!sh Dutllo .. v
old I ' o*
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household goods in this city, :';I.. '. .,., : v. !: i i .t Mav- we haw Lk: I'tlk! \\th: maudsThf. Orris Roota. I
: bt'IOllg-// ,
J. II :\' i" n"I II" III''":!II it '
..11to; 1 K \\'. Fillvard, of , MU:? pattih: | dan'e 'I he I' t-'as:.

t FULL POUND BOXES ;ltd appropriated the m<'nev' reie.vedMierelor I Daytona LodgeNo. !," that lollowed "a 14 dut'J :'vli
a. 1 dry */IP.h i \ natural{
M.crs I : \lct' Given
I 1141 r rein"'.iv fll" stimulating HIP '4U i'!,' :nd
----- MERCHANTS .; tt Ldxvardatcttnpancl: : *ht, Mtl 1I. 1-. ,
I } ski: ;: tne 1 I.; fir g-u\4. 'h' i ,'-t 1 .
.Z -. HANK1NS EGGS TAKE A DROP I B. P. 0. E. I..,,va rd. T1! v .: ..: '! .. u' ,' .4: v.JUT hiur will remam? .' :';: i.'. tl t 1 i 'u

The Druggist, ON CHICAGO MARKET. '' Meets Every Tuesday ':'o.n'att:, '!''vi '. ; UUI'C! H)J.OHE:\T1(\E \\h'eb = .';M> .
TER 1'' S AT THE LIE' J Evening Visiting BANK : ..H ta: ;" Jr\ iud: flulTv. Auld HI-pnnkl, 1 )* >potU (
CO. ,
Where \'olusiateets' CUIC.GOeb. 10-Eggb dW"i't'd'' Members Invited T'1 ,:.. ju-t \\bat! t'r''': l t\t' ,nw: .ytAU' I Ia t 1 l '
I Beach to it to :-' rents in the retail inn: I T. E. Fitzgerald, E. R. A D, !McBRIDE, President .. :!t i f. V Vn

Telephone 69 kets! in this city :_'u_. i I S / Gea F. Crouch, Sec. J. B. COiRAD'ice PresidentF ; .L . ..
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situated 23 miles southwest t of

Concert' FORfRENTth Tuner' 1 1I COUNTY is Daytona and is reached from the latter I UNIVERSITYflEL. V

'V' BANK city by an excellent hard-surface .\ D. FLA.
: ,t: road recently constructed.At Four IWbnleai'ollt'Kl i and I
J,} ,. '" ELAXD, FLA. choola.
I "J1 DeLand is located the John B. Kijulpment: coat
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of the lead nmt D.-nrly $ X'AA'
"'1\ University
Stetson Kiulowrnent
S100.000 tttUXXL: (' )

_' -.r- -' :.: -" .....: -:.-.- ------4- -. ,....'Of'. rtln.ro '"""", Capital $50,000A. ing educational institutions of the acuity f-ssors of and 4V\ Pro-in. hal'r \
: / II - ... ,uth ir l ha '!' Surplus
." -.. :...:: i. Soath. Because of the interest in structor Chrlstt .
Katu "
1.t -- -_ HIM iHH.rrii.-l-- but l'.n.?* VIVXUI
77 lor I ... .<,f',t ... '-_ _--- -':. -.. An>.,.ii.- ha'.IIIICE .. I). McBRlDE, matters educational DeLand is knownas T'mtehtng.(.tar11Ul '"
CREAM -.-'- ---:,. h.t ulI"'an titst 'rUl.-nt For Information.ajvlr.s .
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: ''j..l-JJ tJJJ d'r "....r-- -V- .: =- "The Athens of Flori4m. ,'uu.
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I ia My qnzatily. t] ; b to x. k.r --c- -._-:- - V_ t' ::-:: WOMAN'SEXCHANGE J. n.'o NltAP, Stetson University kSa faculty of Lincoln Halley ,"
. Vlc.l'r..sld.'ntR. ;
f.1 "' .7. .1"t"; ; 4 ",, AVPkone I Therearc Pb. 11.. Litt. j,..' 0 ,
.t&e i.\ instructors.
MILLS' '_\: ? ..& DM" :\.;#J.-' -, ( 50 professors and LL. D. i''I.. ,
: \\)4111.
: 'r.f..itt' 7 0 '.. I,.. il..... 4 f.., \ .. .. 't A. and
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European _. ... __. .: -., ,- ,- ... -= J. .' ". '" J .. ...fi.JI CatiI.r.DREKA'S over $400,000 in buildings
I Restaurant I :..,._ p_:_V.-...::p.'O.;.,......-..,........_."_..'.........-- !\' ... -=-C'"t'. :: :'" 'I.h_ ';" : : :=-.=- equipment; nearly $300,000 endow- t' V

V to the most Library alone rep- tug aB') C
fact must be apparent meat; a Carnegie
DEMAREE. J. LAttorney
..... By i puperf"i.il: observer. With such lavish resenting an investment in building,

!' .U .1..1. One (if Daytona's crowning glories :, ; i I i weilih of natural beauty it became DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than I \h: a)

L : .. nJtI if, is her incomparable beaCh. No BUSINESS AND I an easy thing fOI the hand of $120,000. The library is the United andCounsellor irlgtt.iV CIthet
STORE I ' (l.It:
: New Stock Just in at : one who: Laj ever set foot upon its PROFESSIONAL n nto to gi-ve the finishing touches: I States Government depository for the

: Peck's Bargain House : Hmooiu, packed sands; no one who ADVERTISEMENTS I; which have wrought oat the colors j EVERYTHING* State of Florida, and contains over tam v > n 1

V l"\'er"< pedaled! a bicycle over its ex- : and outlines of the big picture. I TO EAT 15.000 volumes. Science Hall, oneof at Law depar-
: : 112 South Beach Street.uei.i.iui.Si.iSisisIsiSu. : am <. ;:
drove a
pans. ; no one who ever out I TO WEAR of 16 buildings, with
6 t. : Man: did all: this in the laying the newest M--) I
of horses and listened TO USE' and
r prancing: pair I (Ii the streets with thr>tr wide margins its furnishings represents an outlay Will Practice la ht>.T

t isiiisissi.i.u.iiisusuisa to the: popping of their steel shoes:: .......................... : of parkage.: The entire city becomesa I It.dln-Uoom. of $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of tate and stop log nor'II
WAH-CHINESE LAUNDRY : its asphaltum-like face; no one .
with driveways inters IrvIettst > beautiful college buildings Federal
"Tf> :t park Elevator the most
HI: NO. RKACH ST.. IUYTOSA..\. 5S who ever steered a hfeh-power automobile I I E. S. HALL : Courts
I>-88Hhkrta 12 Night: shirts 0. tim: :, mles: upon miles! of driveways in the South. 5Chlropdressing
White Hhlrts 111 i iV.. .l.-ii Shirts) |I"r i down the broad stretch ofwavewashed I
S. Check Hhlrts r"d..tohlrh and surf-packed sand E Architect and Builder |: I ao good as to attract motorfsts G.A.DREKA4CO.DELAND.'KLA. The city has a population of about' a
New "Hhlrts 1 IS UrnuvrsBhlrUcollitratt. '< from all over the continmt. thickly settled country
DEL..U'"I"LA.: .
V a 0 IS, kh.It'r pair : bin realized that it ts a world beater : Xo. 2m Palnvtto I Av--. J: I 3,500fcwitha J. mrZIUOV -
Collars or Cuffs 2'2JJsndkcrchk1s| :3 for the adjacent DeLand proper is five
i Go : DAYTONA. FLORIDA. i. I And as pavements pave-
world-wonder. upon
lAdlt'1I clotbt's at forres.iionillngprlffS a a1
N that look and act like granite miles easfof the SL Johns River on
I 502U51SSISI.IIISISI.ISIS this wi.le speedway and see the hap :...I.I.a.I.o.u.I.u.I015I.i.ISISIII.l.I.ISI0ISI .l. mt'nts i r WRIGHTINSURANCI3 day V
where else! between! the eastern the high rolling pine land of the
.isisi..................:1I py souls flit by in Joyous mood and ... miles VolDsiaJIoonlyAbstract Ridge" of Florida. tent
: of and we tni seas are so many great "Orange
whether this is not one .
H. C. THOMPSON Agt. !I answer the modern wonders. I in pKwortion;. to inhabitants? The :; The 'predominating products are ur 'i>
seven :
V : LAMB ENGINESHUPMOBILES : W. C. ClOWNING, M. D. : I paH me.'lt question statds with the 'oranges and grapefruit the estimated aria
The Placid Pellucid Halifax River. I Bert .'I/lh. Pregldenlfury AGENCY Pk
V : General Medicine and : I I ..trt-et as one of the chief! drawing 11.LjinilK. Seeretaryand crop from this vicinity being over \!

: Deaoutration Given at Any Ime.. Where think you i is water with more I Obstetrics : I I cards. Till so.ue: unheard of place Tr ?HS. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes, .

: rilONK\ : : picturesque: surroundings. ? Nearly a N
.._.._.._.._.._.._.._.._.._..._..._.._ mile wide. fringed with tropical vegetation : Over Kodak! PUc Tkoa 39. : j" throws dAwn the gauntlet- to the ed and Titles* plums, 'pecans, guavas, strawberriesand

artistic cottages with roomy ...................a....*<. |I world. other fruits are grown in plenty.
.......................... Perfected l I ilJ'
verandas looking out upon her bosom -- -- .-- Squirrels Flowers, Birds and Fruit. I and Insured In the way of public improvements OLDESTLARGEST

: JACOB ESPEDAHL i gamey food: fishes in countless numbers SISI...u si.uiu.......... Wbi'lev-r on, 's shortcoming and ( are many miles of fine shell roads an I't
C. 5 Contractor and Builder beckoning as itH're., to tlioswth however indifferent or even callous )Iuf> Pints and excellent high school electric lights
Designer and Craftsman US : DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPbyskia : lUurjirlnts Hupplleil (;
Superintends Construction", of Build- rod and reelher; bosom fleck- one may bu to many tbi'ngs.: the mere a system of waterworks that owned and BEST f

.N Ings. flanM Mhort ami Notice.SMctllfatlonson | .. od with duck and coot and snowy : aad Surgeon : j Kit-ntinu: <.f "flowers and squirrels. l'rLN1'. ..t:. and operated by the city, supplying t ,

: DAYTON, FLIItIIik.SI.ISISIIISIS.ISISI.IIgII. .. I winged sea birds which sit about asI : o..It.1oVER: Kol'AK 1'I.ArK : i h.rds and fruits" will send a thrill the purest water at little cost.

for :the sport of bobbing upon the U l'hmueV !j that is reflected in dis'eaded pupils BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that For Florida

V Si...B.B.....B.B.B.BB.B.B. waves; watch that lub'bi-rly oU! .0 SISOIIIIIfIIIUISIIISRSII.. !j und. pricked: ears. DeLand is a church-going commu FARMS .'

V U white headed pelican pouch a f>i'' For e ..el'Y \'i'g'tar uiih a spare &o>- nity. Baptists, Episcopalians Methodists .

: : OSCAR MICHAEL 5 mullet and that fish! hawk stru-'uli'f-! : .......................... I! l!>,V r there u> a bunny ready to com-, COMPANY (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVESTI I.

: CONTRACTOR :1 upward with his floundering load hsnatched S i V.inl\ ao-t-pt your gift. lie .'iIloit bolt Manufacturers of Christians and Catholics, \BER or I.I I

9 -and f O from the water : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS !: i i'j r'ti'it.' and koaw int(', the: meat LUMBER besides colored Baptists and Methodists TRUCK I ,

I Filling GradingU See the beautiful launches! spick: : Civil Engineers : i-.i-..tiii: furtive: saucy glances at y 1111 LATH !I are represented. I
Heavy Hauling a Spccialty. oBB :uid ">panvst2i!'!! hampers and lork-!rinilijins > '...uMiiuhileFlu" SHINGLESMOULDINGS; school offers a ten "
S B FLA. I The graded ..'r..1!. l r..r lir(: \;alnSh
... .B.l.l.l.B.lftl.l.B0B. : with refreshments., : s.1! : : -V-TS. Usually fn-s-'h and bonn! years' course, and the building which : .<.t tv.I IPrr 'K:
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lI!--@(!X!),...!..! ..!...'.! '.! (.\ S .!..!..!. ..!.i' .iid liquid, ready for a cruise: upon: th! S. '.: V ' "; .r!::'; th" year 'round, you are remind: A::Mii-ury'w'n'<: Iiints V i it occupies is newly furnished 'ati

beautiful ".urface. Take out your f.i-t! ....OB.S............... G. 1 .1! of; (.;.ioiUniith! co'iple'! where Piiroitl, Itoollns: is of the most I TilE GOULD- V m'.
and one
r M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. '! \V.i iu.II"'u.nt, throughout
'-chtsa aud the nT 11':11: i !il'i; : o.t.-Ii'-st! viMt paid I _
: sweep -.M! spring Jts '
HI! I lo l'la..t'r
'';::0) 1 commodious and b.st equipped pub
i MILLINERY OrClolbrid e to I'oace I'a:"Iijg'it I0ISCI00Cl.I0WSl0ISIS '.1: d "!iauIuLer' lfmi.zerii.t: ; blo,,sotus.ire C" .. -MI i Msy, t'.rii-l, OOTT IEN[ CO -tn V
( Uoi.a cv.nd Urick; lic schools in the State. .
:: house thitsay. \VittVt:!i-r tit' S dvla e > \J
Are Showing Fall Styles E. L. STEWART : i I !>" I.\>:II. .. .L.r .\. The trip from Daytona to DeLand ! I.\NI'I', KI..V, V
V : 1 Halifax: i isu' a thin of beauty: auol l ;> u"2!!I" y I:'" ru,-. s ..!' rivaled! hue.irdniiUiiiitt --
N Physician and Surgeon 0 I '" made by automobile in a littleover
No. 8 Beach St.. Daytona. Fla. : :u joy forever and oatof Liu- mod.-n! : ,, .. '' a jim'tlit'r ln'Usehold! hasP 'em
1'1' '
: V S -p. -.i| iP!< l 'i>n > .1!;- - : I | ; : : : ; V VI
; . ........ . .... .......... : !I.'' H t .,ILl N Ml .- : I r an hour, and tIere; are many
V .
) ). 'V' k \ \
!I.'iX.iJi -- uatide/j. : II'I'I': : _;it:|. n.-. M\I-IIL, i i :\Vt. mi-1 -iltllinn .. m-hant! for the poinc.eta and tie! !umAttoraeys\ & [fiSH! pretty drives in the vicinity of the THE I It-: Vu

I't ..! ... t... .. '.!o.t.oi.. N .u. ,! ul' I". < '. > | !iui.:! SV.i j : r.-ir.::"is ; iv aflame: ; another 'i i Ls hid- I
The Enchantingly: Picturesque Rid3I : itliiliniir!! -: '.' :'u i. 'in. I" p mum.SISIS0I0IIVIIS :I I at I.amInum county sit A good road leads to GORDONGARAGE
I jungle I of tall cane. Variety I
p. It i ::11 a !
I East Florida wood. .USPIIIl.I.I.ISu..I.I.I.I..uI .; i 1 l'r-iiti'ir.i; I : DcLcon Springs o five miles, a historic
4 !the spice: of life and here is whereI I "State ii.l! f. iril
O>urtHpecial spot where 60,000 gallons of water
Itid :-'-ocd avenue is upon the crunof I ; on find:: ic.I. fad lit It... foi \\1,
Company I. bubble from the earth every minute.
V |i.Telephone a braaJ ridge, straight as the TOW' : The! birds flit in. and witHi their I tnt1atln! : > mid h' The
S 1"'rf.t"tlntit I From DeLand automobiles go south
!uies and the wide spreading braiuhos DR. F. H. HOUGHTON i : Vie; :vo'u n tts help to give fullness; ;: I'Kl.AKb.!: 1'1.I ..\. I DeLandHeadquarters
Connections at E 'to Ostccn IS miles, on shell and
V Daytona ,
f I I'tl
of I!ie heavy-trunked live oakstumid ex !1,1 *"YIIIDllll' to the picture. II j \
marl roads the St. Johns is crossed by .
; \ for Long Distance Points : their giant arms across the HUIK Dentist I I 1 ; for
choice fruits
| A> ir fruits, citrus i SMARTSBiyIsaac[ ferry near Osteen and cars can then
5, MiiiceMsta.: : ? forming an arch am I I
': ' : i{ l 1..I> l "..itt'ds; : the pain:: to none forI'Mlity i; Samord and Orlando AutomobilesAIKXTK
continue to :
H. C. THOMPSON Mgr.! from these! extended arms great t'es \ ., F"d . lu, uulg.VN A. sr.wartKtffonl
S I'lIo' .t \ V S4 t :: 'I There !
: -1 alt! .. quantity per acre. ; I'.ly hard: road. There is a shell road : R

V i !@ !, .,.,,,, '! .!\ 'i"@ii @ butts of SiMnL-ih moss sway as tile ..g".I.I.ISI.I.ISI..l.I"I..I.I515I.RIuI.I.I.I.l t ;. :v :-1'Pt'S of citrus grtves in pros1 1 I )tury'tttwurt\ from DeLand to Orange City five I Maxwell Tour
at Law
tm e'ind from the tropic; sea Attorneys ,
&!: x ,!\! \. \! !J.\! ',!':! t.! '.! ahrailown ':iy: to the city, branches biding ;.rd Noturit s I"Utlic miles and a good road from DeLand ing Cars
them. Looking straight I
; tan
i : : oJ) the erth;: with their burdens of V
McCLELLAN this white shell street one ha: J T. K.: KitnilO K.: K. ';.1" I II I-I.AXP.. FLA. to Lake Helen a like distance. I
H. T. 1 : :, :o'.is! KcWen! globes! which for V I oc-

.tilt impression of a fairy path \\ itlir 2 FITZGERALD & OATES I : a'Uy. proflicacy and all desirablesmmuld
i Mill Work ] : -. sa draperies but as you niov 5 Attorneys and Counsellor at LawS : .''i.ilitits: \ truly astonish you., J.A.ERICKSON. BOM D StoDSIOSE E BRICK CO. Arthur! *:.1'11. iiuuillaHAMLIN mi111Uuj '

i Ions! andis an eye first to th' ... ul
Kju'ilin- Kxr-iiiinin u u
"MI: ] u : Manufacturer I
The Fastest Autos and The Finest V *
I It
Write or ask him about anything i.Tight: and then to the left you set B ami ('. : !, :ni- i 1'itltif \ s : I I -
I S > III' '..iir.ul Kin"i _. '1'lu'(1"! I> Out. & CO. Light Granite, Huff, Red! arul
you want madc 01 wood Everything tLstinguishedottage homes m th' N t I II
I LargeSt; VtK-S of I -
Drab Brkk
the best. most delightful settings.riee I Tli-::: "l'tI.ThIrld vondt-r. do y.lV :.i'k Pianos Organs: and . ,
V i i I :r-' (0m'V:" st
'.li.> glistening leaf ot' the grainuiagnulia !" : ? CYuif, whetluT froiii: Missoii:' Sewing M.K'hiaisIKl.XN : ;V .: ,. %.v i j"'I" V..V:. .,.I 'nr\r\:; \ i : : &
North Ridgewood Ave. Phone:l23 .;V a.. .-. .'I VR.. .......... -.('':: II V I I' ..,:, :'I.I I. i-vui: i-! :. .v.1'1.\.
i ; which nature has variuslict II: froM, Maine: from Kiiiiaxoo! : t. !: l" KI. \. HAMLIN

.. i '.!\. ...1.......,.........\.....\. if : as no artis's bru", h e\er could; ant! DR. J. P. ESCH : T :ubu to, ;.!.id you \'. .ul l lie ""ho\\ II '' !
t tIt..' cabbigf palms: with their burJeiKf :' and h" !"'> :is where the \\ orM'recoid: : forspO' :
I Physician Surgeon
; '>1 showy! fruit and iuayhig!; j>.i's:! ; Z 1:: -.1 l is broken 1.tit V. :'>V rerurrins, ; ALLLN'SX ; Surrounded by several pretty lakes Attorneysand
f PORT OUKGEI G[ !1'. lim! !;, l'i i\- !in i"* 'i I: '11-! xnitTi! iifM. : :
?PICTURESQUE[ V : "'.'tthe lovely 1<< holly with its -xq'li i.-. .V : K.: m !iin. !h. "It:, .... ., :.V '.. -.,' |p. -- 1"0'1. Autos, tii"! !1..- _' '.', tlie t'as' |, ..n.1 guarded by lotty piuc trees is Counsellors
.t to Pt,4ntem-::
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I I L iu. ; t. ;; P.m. "I"1 in I I'T" u. VIK '
.t> l It :vy; see the climbing \ Hit':' ) ; M n.LADAS'. 0, t. inj the fI.t::r ;>1'.' oti! diiiy j :: p-i- Lake Helen a winter resort oi no at LawI

4itLN4E; I: i- V Vt i ''in ri.; ,t in the trees; sew the c"yj, ..,. ....... .,....... S ... ..R.. . ............0.I :':..1.! .::.d tile 1'it: ;!i-\\ ;i.-; .1:> t.ve as :I DRUGGISTSJEVELERS little importance.: Camp Cassada,

t a luvttylltH.-\Uli-\ "' I PORT ORANGCHOUSE[ V ii_;.11I":is forms waich gain a four- 1.- p-ir artcs ::ai vt'itw.u: : th" ; a spiritualistic camp-s:rouud is situated .

e'tuated llv.- mil- .....,. ... ........... ..... ... \.\ I I \:" I KI.A.
hold! : i)u the great oak andat: : -I) \! !" .ois.ii.d.of: : flnu me; ,,;. !t.s: a kl.ANP. KI.A. : near Lake Helen and at this
Miuthof iiytoni Oil
the Imytoim-) \\ ; p.iinis: and surely you will join! irUiie : l''II: t I"lflUS su! >w \\itliu co.staiitl: !, place several hundred people make
fmyrnii hard -url titruamid say that ths is a -t.u: ;; scene. j jj winter headquarters.: A-laige lumber fOUNTAIN'S"' "}

.-.. root I h.- -.-.'II'"' I world wonder for beauty. NO\V OPEN. ,. I G. \V. Fisher [
S Fred Cummins! j I bve4-ything: i goes trial a ;!-hors,' i mill and the largest brick plant in
Mithway of t h. Kntotkt.
4 Th* town Iratttlon I-. Owner and Manager ; Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage 'V Clean and Warm and !, power' up to a ::'W-hnToe loWer and | Drug Co. I the South are located at Lake Helen. DsLANL). n.\

!< th. llalit I Homes. % A Good Place to Rest ; i'Jl des"te.i: of spetd from n canter: Drugs Stationery ORANGE CITY

II x It h-,-r. niul 1- I V to a two-niile-a-minute! clip. You will Candies ClothingFurnishings
I fonnt'ct with the PORT? ORANGE No one of Daytona's: attractions : Play Pool Now piobably! catch the spirit when yoido i Kodaks Cigars The principal attraction around

: Inlnsula,. op. I't"It.' I., perhaps: commands more nearly universal : : Checks Given the roads and the beach are yours Ilv". SfI. FI.V. Orange City is the many handsome Shoes _JI

1. Th ft t.rldg." town' 1* w.-ll BACIILots { attention and praise than doe;,,, Myrtle Ave. and Beach St. The Florida sunshine is free: the golden orange groves. The towu is

Ltd out anil haM the anistic cott.t t.'s. The owners of .\!'( \\M \!\! ..'!.'X.N \!. '.!
miny pretty honn-s. for Sale. I these charming villas hail from ever;- biros t awl squirrels. and flowers are !;I A. H. MODAU purest! in the world another attraction .,..

A large numUT of Liberal Terms eoriu-r tl the country and they bring ::........................4 t'\: 1 e, tae sparkling fountain: water is i to visitors. It is at Orange City <...

i tourist an niHke>l wtmit.rttt1itR 1'ort IMPROVEMENTSOcean Allowed for I their own arohitectural plans ant : When You Are Looking [for 4 ':r. e and you will have to go down; The that passengers over the Florida East : ..

(>rang! "%winter hendqnartirs. bui-ld upon them, and. as the arch. !:to your wallet only for com for Leading Coast Ry. transter to carriages and .c.-
or River Some One to Do
: *n.* of the FISHINGt'onvriil'nt I II 'ecture of one section of the touutr.difiera ." : ,. -ito. uud bed and board. GROCER drive to Deland. The town is Surrounded I )II

fcv to Auto- ; from the architecture of ai: by land peculiarly adaptedto ( ..
This is 1:0: fanciful picture; it'all ,
... thft excellent' iuul!t.- lIt me-- I'ourw DEI.\S II. LVt. -lit
t\.hln.Ins: tutu IIrltlt'!: I oCher so do our homes differ: :n i Electrical Work j here.: It la drawing other thousands i _the cultivation_oi citrus fruits. j I I t i"", iL15L 05 < -

\ short tllstaniv Al-l.lv. to outward appearance and *tructura mad t b< 'dnp: them enthralled it will;} --- --- V -- '" -

.'..t if: I'ort Oranct WM. C.An."l1t HO\VES beauty from one another. There ar. ::arm uiO hold% you. Come and see :...................................................:

trv the remainof Tort oiaiitie, Fla. I no rnuEoto.'iOus! rows of striking!)' : PHONE 14 .
V 'h.* old l>unla toii 4 -- ,
similar builJ'ngs but the eye. as It .

V t.k'.. ar l>l mill vWt\ .tvvr a pUutt Port Orange I I, t'\H"l'Q." by i i& treated to a kaleldoscopic : : FORLAW "From the Grove to the Table" i THE DAILY NEWS i

.tl- oft which the mint
; .r by hui dr > change keeps .
.rlsts.\! On' tlnit' OYSTER[ CO. \\OllJci.llg.'hat next?" ..
country w t *
r I'. nrroNT : It is no only the exterior of man: : .
( I'ort OrHiin"-. ur- JroT and l>-u-r I of tha homes which rivets atten GrovM on the Halifax. three IlS \

i i i.undlng VU.Vfl4" !a!: vk th.-,t old 111o OYSTERS andCLAMS I tlon; w".h.c a they are models of con' : Best Prices Best Work : The fmeit, quality of fruit for sale : Gives Awaywrsome i _ :

In single:!' t'oxes or car lots. Special mentioned in the :
.-11 mint ugar: cane i, \\euien. and the finishing; and furn : NORTH BEACH STREETGROCERIES : :
It. Orr ilinvton I
1-1 intatlou.Th Miilllvi :i i iShiug jivo evidence of the elegannI p attention paid to filling Eve Day
-nitiilxt..n- 1....... .................. : r y previouslayspaper _- .*
3 "s "i" : cTlJtivLtiori MUNROE & STEVENS
: I and of those who worket :
'WM. V .
*'\.I'ln tho.early c. nom! [ .
SIt hasln-vn la ;I it all out. Indeed it is! the! :inters: ISISISISI.ISlSISISUSIS..i GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. :
il .
d Misfur forty i>rt Real Estate arrangement and artistic furnush-ii: ; !.. I O'fire' Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. : Four Tickets [to t the Crystal 1 .

tyvenr.. I I and 3ti idi.ig, more than the exter.o: ,: :I :
and Merchandise :
Theatre -
V V very Ifltetmmttitmutvefrom : _ I I i-ppean-ace that gives a surpass.r.:" : :

m. i,y oi'fan l'i\ton U-i.-ii!i, NOTARY! PLBLICIWt I I ( uarux to Daytona homes. Thf.i ::11 '.n l .I.I!' '. '.'. c ; : i tr :1 .V ........ ......!... { .-Ve.."... !...!."a-! : Order for 25 cents'orusomelocal : : ::

I", tll' uipnnu-i: (.: ltrargIVLJ.. I lure jitlyuierrs! 1'.O UtiLei.ve: as a-i. : JOHN P. POLLITZ. : GITTENS & MESSING ; =-
other! uuui'er' t store. : :
1'. Tort "r..tl1. : : : : : : :
.. I. .e iaD OcO O " I -
I I. mmIro, lhI1 .. p :
ul: V unit T !II, n S. G.G HASH\ : Stets ard Pavements te Was:: .ell.....IE.Ii.. :& iSa!ZeIUt;!!tIS: V.-' Fresh Fish : 'C
I." tttr.'tii.iI :' : ', : ! and Qsst. ,. f) S p- V_ - -- JT_ c_
I I- ,' .t't"I.,1! I I McDonald's Boat Yard : tftD Clams ? .

m V', ,II tt tL! ,. KleneralMerchandise I Why tliArehitett of th U.i. LsibImhtd 1',03: !
: and Rose Bay Oysters j jI 'Iv'ate h for t them ---your name !may i..
I 'I.- ." tht, .-. :. i cho.-e '. > K-ve: Daytona: the JUAmir. -: .-.J! : CHAS M! :MCDONALD, pror.tc I
.oli I t'! s-"i: I MarkH South : 4C =--
: tl Beact Street
..I ro'IlIIII.: . I .-> f e !:: >: ; uresque r.aM".i :: RaJwsyi.. Boats, Bj.li: Repairedand on ;- ; : -....

t. i.yt4.nu I-vt!J. -I n> i,I J'i>rt (lIra.'It t'I..l.wmNfi. I Sot'" '. -. -' of the So'it :! Housed : Phone P. sS V 'j V I V .t i ",,-
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I til"V lil.illl.ttUil. i Is : - ' .* such i is ::1 I 02 !. OSCReaGecal..... .Vet-stw: . . . . . : : + I T --. .5 t4e V.t sGS$4 ". ... .9 .. a V i....i.. )"
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FLORIDA i and fourth grades. i I sort!' past has spent the winter aft

r-th I.-Th The school will give a Washington; : ', I
ofty 1' Birthday: entertainment on the 2d this winter. bu. owing to :Mrs. Fitzj -

b reeze Oi chic! month.Mr. j g,rald'a bid: he..'. u has decided: not situated fif-
ofat .('J : and Mrs.::; Darto'l:1 Michigan people .' j :lease hoaie this reason. The : NEW miles south of Daytona ORANGESIf
UNIVfRSIIY NewsSEABREEZE .$! arrived reoeuJj and are located I uhop is wdel/: : known and we'l'l be-I and is an ideal spot reached you want the
I Ilo .
,( ;;jS 111 the Oceola beach cottage. !cxtc in csuih ciuUe, and there j trom Daytona by a hard surface road \> r\ h..t orange
ace Four DELAND, FLA .. Professcr:: Harmon, first vioin: *t Lave bt-ei. many inquiries as to when j winding; through one of the most pici npplt' at
College 1. i i tnresque parts of Florida. Point Grove
B. T'chnlcal: School a. erar in khe Clarendon orchestra has secured whether: he would be in Sea breeze backto .
With ruins dating
its ancient
ad. .t.qulpment n..ltrIy ...(..KlJO'OlltIn (-) Jan ::1.-1. re'. p. the Bungalow beach cottage for ta.s! :! jear.U. I I a time when the history of man titan for t h.KirOrans H..t111 nd In-

the Endowment Faculty! of iy J.<
f..s"ors and In 1.': have; collided wuh the Port Orange give *t the Seabreeze cauuh last; of the season and they are comfoil-: Bath street is nearly! comp!eed.lr_ I II :SEW: the modern telegraph and tele- t
in structors. phone, its miles of shell streets as (Iro e situated 11m'from
but l'on-fItoetur1 Christian n'T"u'hlng. bridge on her way south Thursday :: Friday afternoon from o to ;:; o'clock, ably installed therein. ; and Mrs. Phillips have the Eugtis Iay tons on .
w n r" hard and smooth as a floor and over- '
For Information, j ;morning putting the bridge out of passed off delightfully ui.der the management Mrs McConnell l trained nurse and beach cottage; rented, and may not M. arched by hoary forest giants that the Smyrna Day'Road.tona-i:-e.

nddr..s8: Commission for a lime. The boat Mesdames llianchi Far- lady locat.edIondar: afternoon in occupy) their new bungalow if they grew in stately grandeur during the Prices Moderate

of Lincoln 1'h D HulleYi ; idoees! not seem- to have suffered any rell and E\eruden and was well at the Stephens: ccuage on Halifax avenue ; have an opportunity of leasing it. Town lapse of bygone centuries. New I FERD
1J. It'
cre L4.Lltt.D. J considerable damage, it is said. tended many tourists and residents shortly after which Mrs. :McConnell -;, This week the deal has been c.ooed; Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNProprietor

ad, Prellldt'n.J. taking[, advantage of the occasion! to received news which required lit:.\\een Mis :Minnie Kelley and F. and rest I'

0ep Phone W will call for your cleaning I meet: the new minister and his wife I. her presence at Wildwood and left on ; E. :Xettleton of DeLand, for an ex- All nature here is very inviting to '

J. W. PERKINS and prvfsing.: tf BURNETT.Mr. and form other a quIU ances. the morning train for hat place.S. i change of her sa unf.nbhed: : cottageson the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here

fug, The genial presence of Dr. and E. ilmore was visiting his family Pine and Valley streets for tot: too is to be found the best fishing and I
G. or Rem- R Ra S
and Mrs. S. Hand '
han t
:Mrs. B. F. Marsh in the receiving Saturday and Sunday He left on acres of unimproved land near hunting in the state of Florida.
i i Ind., who have been visiting
1 Mngton
ted Attorney andCiunseUor line added much to enjoyment of Monday morning on his' return to Gainesville known as Che: XettletonI I
their daughter, :Mrs. Milligan: and I The people are thrifty the busi-
the : the hour. The orchestra music: GlenwooJ. I tract. Mr. Xetleton has a force aI.I .
i family on South lUdgewood avenue ness men enterprising, and all unite ..
ver a throughout the afterLoon was a much Last: week T. Simpson: of St. Paul. I work on the cottages which will be
at Law 1 in extending the welcome hand of
one i Miami appreciated feature. Delicicus refreshments Minn.purehaed of the Harrison completed as soon a> practicable and I
There _
to spend some time I hospitality to strangers. are
Ulitlay of fruit punch and a variety brothers .wo io.s: '.ocutt" on Uniiereity -I The Southland C. 1llt1r man's I.IIIU'I
and Mrs. H. P. Branning. They will five church edifices for white peopleand
jl of cakes were sern,>tl. The aenue.Ir.: Simpson: has not: new Lo:..)... tock .HI passengers on the
wm Practice InState stop here again a's usual before going an equal number for the colored
of and decorations of palms bamboo and a fully decided to oui-d this season:: ,I Tomoka: river trip: Tucirday. The boat
north. I population the town has an excel-
ngs FederalCourts 1 profusion of roses elicited special ad- but !'s havu.:,; plait drawn with a had a most:; successful trial trap: Sun ;
lent high school. a splendid public
manicuring and hairdressing miration.Mr. view to erecting; a handsome: home on: and
'Chiropody dayH
ut S at the Comfort Shop. 57.6t and Mrs. John S. Broneon ar-i I this propretj. These lot fronts on M. :Mailer has ,:aken contract library aad up-to-date business !I

try DELA.'D, FLA. i rinedIonda)" night from St. Louis: ,' the river, and the location Is choke. i'to build: a co:taee for Lewis Avr-son I houses. I

five c t. j. W. Booth added half l a dozen Mo, on aisit to Mrs: uro sons' parents i A congenial lUll*>' of friend in-:,I the lot rete: t I.Y' I pi'r\ haled by him I New There are any number of pretty
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,011 fine alligators to his collection Tuesday Mr. and Mn John liianchi a'i eluding Mr. and :Mis.: Geo. Wells. Mr I O'l: Vallestreet. homes for the permanent population,

the WRIGHTINSURANCE r' afternoon among them being one itheir Halifax avenue res. t'li'e. and :Mr1Valter G. Gamble, :\1 r. and ,' which numbers close to 2000. and !

K. ten feet in length. They were cap- The San Souci club! held its last I Mrs. Hatch, :Mesdames:: Putnam and some very fine winter residences. I STAKBANK

are : tured in the ,'icinl.)" of Mound Grove week's meeting at the home of :\Irs'l i Church and Min I hula Brooks:: motored CASHES I ROACH; PEPPER...... OCEAN I There are good hotels and boarding I .....

ted '4 and brought to Daytona from that George Sheets on Valley street. The: over to DeLand and Deleon ;, : 'fONTA1N5'f: \ ": HAS NO houses where you can find accommodations NEW SMYRNA 1
; 1t
ver AGENCY ; place by boat. These alligators of afternoon was tpent: in the study off I :Mr. and :Mrs. B. D. Woodward are NOPOISON i .A .. 3= ,)OOR F. to meet your requirements. I t

pc _- j ; Mr. Booth's are of much interest to Mexico. Roll call was responded to'' now pleasantly installed in then 1 y [lUIs Roaches Ann.'i lofltl.' =......... PU. '| > Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a i JOHN I't.HAMMOND.Ill'ntiIO.
-. the northern visitors: in the city with current items:: from Mexico :\lrs.1 j UMU.HU' bungalow home on the Lead \\.:.]- Flics. Mosquitoes Keeps Ticks and Files e a> yo section of vegetable land as can be
ons, from Stock. Keeps Mites and Sorehead on ( : L. ItRANNINGTransacts:. : I:
DeLand, Florida i Es'h gave an interesting talk on hen Monday evening they were stormed : Poultry. all tniecu: on Vegetables Keeps..e.'Ii.. found anywhere. This land has been <'"-hi. i
'esat '
1 f ;i'\\\ ells away from Corn and prevents Hog Choi. 111 S3.00 ,
?. 1I :; **A fine gold watch which is now trip! uhrough this! country Mrs., Ron- I Iaid and gracefully capitulated to a. pii{ ,y era. 2S Cents a Boa. divided into small farms which can a '

cats) 1, oa exhibition in the show window read a paper on the: .history of i> of friends the first intimwi.um of &r y.; >Chu.....de.kr.II.. ... .,. .vdn''i ,..I "''uu''OC'[r.m un ,r., .11........,._..".. I l lR.w6 be bought at reasonable prices Someof I General '
OLDESTLARGEST a=: of L. II.Rowe & Co., will be given Mexico and :Mrs Uebelhoer gave an I II whose presence: vets a deate-ningblast P.."". ..ur."j Rruh lac.( ;C....... o -w : the finest celery grown in the stateis I i !
anhts i' ;1 ..... .,.,..J 01 Rowln.r,_ .,...... _.r.. .a, R..I. Banking
to the contestant in the Oazette-Xe\\s I entertaining account of a prairie' from uuuieroi1tin: horns.:: The partyconsisted .0_ lor$1\,VASHE \I I \l-\: >'.-n.,||. raised on this land. All other vegetables j Business

ned Great Popularity Contest who secures I i i chicken hunt in South Dakota. The i oi Mr. and Mrs. 1V..1. -'i DISINFECTANT CO .t. j ; grow in abundance, and here I
and BEST t the most votes on or before Friday.! : afternoon closed with a social hour Gamble, Mr and Mie George We'N! (., MIAMI. FLORIDA 'V i :\'EW :: too, is the home of the famous Indian ; 4 I'r on lime Cent.Ppositf Interest
yiag h i-1 ;
March G i. at !Z i p. m. !57-6t; dur.ngbuh; rerl'eshment'f."re :Mr. and Mrs tliti-uger.: Air. and Mrs [., h'I.R.'ASME'S., ... ."." .,RATSALT"". .,.. "I ..:,,.,_0' I II River oranges '
i I Sc>r\ed. I ]Hatch. Mr. and Airs. .Fogg. Mr. and I\) .

that For Florida : Mr. and :Mrs A. \\.. Wells are again I Mrs.\ J. Tufts and Mrs. U. Stewartof Mrs.:: Rogers Mr. and! Mrs. Fart'U. : ffi, .'-'' : .i I - ------------- -
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mu.eth FARMS .... at their winter home at the cornerof Vancouver Island.! B. C., arrived | Mr. and :Mrs. I'ebelhoer, Me&dauiib I WJ

:Magnolia and Palnuito avenues :'here S: .urd3)' from a trip which in- !, Church and Putnam. They organized i ...................................c................:
es GROVES ..4......................Y4I
having returned Thursday afternoon !i eluded stols in Dakota and Canada. I for the onset at the t'ebelhtwr home.In . :

tics, TIMBER or from Nassau:; where they have been '!'on a visit to their neihew, .\. the midst of much epeechifyiii.; : R. H. MCDONALD : Co.
tho TRUCK for the past\ three weeks. Mr. and lair alai wife on Valley!: strew Sin'I'I I Ij laughter and nie,Tiiuea_ some one t'j: + + i I The Joseph Zapf I

LAND f t., Mrs. XVells went to Xa:bau with: ..tht'I i j It. II. Fought of I'arkerjsburg. i' gt-sted refreshments, whah met \\:1.::1 : MEATS *

ten !-\t'lld fur Rargatnidi I t.I intention of spending only a coupleof t Va, lean this week for Charlotte. hearty approval, and an appeti/ir.--: J JACKSONVILLE. FLA. :

t+hlctto. : ., weeks but were so pleaded with !''X. C, after three or four months' :, lunchas enjo>ed. luring 'Uie even : Florida and Western :

hod:0s TilE GOULD.WOOTTEN E I !the place that they remained for another I .. a>- in Seal"t'eze.1[ : r. Fought; has ins Mr. and Mr::;. Woodward were : The Choicest Steaks and : II Is justly called! the largest and most reliable liquor :

t i week. ,; spent: the winter with :Jirs. Armstronj the recipients of a number of handsome -1 i : The Primest Roasts : t house in Florida. Sole distributors fort :
t I and friends on \'alleI.r't.; household gifts. |I .

\ [ CO 1 Dr. J. C Herman Osteopath 20VohisU ;, II. (J. Wilson made' a bu>ir"t> trip :,, Mrs. Jones has. rented her cottage 4 T-h-Td"IIhun..u.\\I"'t want anal x.. : Anhcuser-Bush Celebrated Beer :

and IIF.I.A11, F J.\' I Ave., Daytona, Phone 40. tfVill to DeLand Tuesday, accompanying on Ocean boulevard! and left this \\tll i ml-'u\ur to ....<. that ton 4-d It. .
tttlc j l Attorney FV.. Pope in hn a.u:: car. : week for Jai-kion\ille; : 1'1I.lw : Special attention is called to the :

any .v.. *\ exchange a 5 or 7 |iasseng On account of the unusually large :Mit-s: Freyburg of Cincinnati. Ohio. .. .. t MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. :

the TtiEto 1907 White touring car m good running ': enrollment in the primary grades of; has taken rooms inIrs.: :Martin's POULTRY. : .
condition with ?:;.*(0> worth of ; the Seabreeze school it became necessary on Ocean boulexard. She has her +. Tli' .arll r\uu l l.aveyotirord'riii'i + I
..oricatcr GORDONGARAGE o extras for real estate in Seabree/e: [ I, to employ'! an ad itional meals i\: the Pnnce Issena.! : \ht"r t h niou haof >t'.ttiiu" Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. :

or Daytona IJeaih Address J lox I IC'j:;::, U.ulu-r and Monday :)tipaintert Bishop O. 1'. FiUueiald. of :Xaliillt. : th..hllh.T. *. .
on ; +...............e.........6...........................
ute. Daytona Beach. o7tf '! KIl: :.: ton took thuiuf! oi tli-v ;ll\:: \ '. T"IlIl.. \\ il: t r.o: i \t- or ,-x:: ,1'1 i Iv........................
nth _. ,
and DeLand

dby Headquarters

hen # forAutomobiles


five a Maxwell Runabouts Cars Touring and & MALEY COMPANY t

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HAMLINA I Veranda Goods of All Kinds. _

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:akcbey his Cocoa-Crex Rugs and Runners. I It

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ClothingFurnishings t Vue/or I It.

'me nd Shoes F t. I Porch Shades I: I Ii y t tPorch

theity is I i, xl JI [

:ast fl P h R Rockers k \ 1 *' -- ', C Couch h U Hammocks l k s S

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Veranda Chairs ) Canvas femmocks"
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whose : .
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+ Four Kinds of Porch Screens.
lentioned in the + .
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[disc ..... You should make your Porch the most : ;


Mme. .... comfortable part of your house. H HS


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11 1 II : t 'Paae Four' THE DAYTON% DAILY NEWS -,
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-"" THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Peninsula Variety I : t { ......

Sweaters day Published, from every December evening 1 to except April 1 1, JJ1-by StoreDAYTONA i WE SELL i 1 Hl

THE G.-\.ZETTE-XE\\'S COT BEACH, FLA. I J Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of : .

E. FITZGERALD Editor.C. Ex: (r,'ptlonal MoniiMng. .
\ alu. in I : lubricating oils on the market. :
S. HARRIS City Editor.lLltRY i
Enamel Ware
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L. ROOD. Ad\ Manager,
Japanese China I I i :
GUO F CROUCH Superintendent WE REPAIR .
i A very complete line of the famous Schmidt Knit Laces .
Entered as second class matter .

Sweater Coats for men, women, misses and children : December I, 1910, at the po toffice Ribbons :. Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. : Greatly

2 A fall line of Phoenix Mufflers. : .9 .
at Daytona Florida, under Act of Opposite Webster'sGrocery Store .. s

e :March 3, 1S79 Seabreeze Ave. e .
!:ANTHONY : - 0.
--- Central Auto Garage.
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2 Home of Hart. Schaffner & Marx Clothes. : Complete Machine Shop : :.... ....... ...o+C...c.e.........................1 :...*...<

+.+..*..+..+.+..0+.+...+..+>0......++.+.+.....+.+.t9 | (tendon d 6 Garage g C Co REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS BY : '

..................................................... i I A COMPETUNT__MACHINIST. : 0..0........+8..8...........S.O............;; .-. -*


; i By Rail and .River. i :. AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. Jti.lti' : :!i::,mfEhange.;; ;;; .: Manufacturers of + e a _

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:..................*...+..*..... ........++.++.+..++.+ I + Laths Shil't1u., !, Flooring Ceiling, Erick, Lime zed Cement iu, Stcck J ..
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...................................................... Phone 83. R. J- MALBY Manager. I .
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: TEN YEARS AGO. : I 0 All
1 Best-Service to the East -_ -- -- -=..- --_ - _-_-- --- - ..................o....u...o4.................e.oe'I selectedhelp !

IRace Jaekaonvtlle FROM THE GAZETTE-NEWS OF FEBRUARY 9, 1901. .
7:4/a.u1. : ;

1 a Palmetto Limited. ( \rrlv-u $Attu avannah.: u..t"..........::.:.:.:.:..:.:.:.:..:.'11-w.il n.;op..nt.111 ....A.A.A.A.A..._.A........&.........N.._.........................- 1., What's the .: use

DAILY. Carrying through Coaches, lllrl..ton ...... ... ... 4.:J7 p.in. Dr. Potter took the county commissioners The building occupied by Mr I I I with allfinest I
Ktciiukond.......... .. .. 4':1118.111.
Electric-Lighted: Pullman Drawing Room \\ lI.b Ln.gtoo. ......... ... !Mima' .ui. over the Daytona.DeLand roac, Brace}' as a blacksmith shop and anice !I C
Baltimore ..... .... ... I
Sleepers, Dining Cars. Jacksonville to l .. w'. \I.l'iu.m. Tuesday on a tour of inspection. factory was destroyed by fire i

New York. New t'bilaadelphla..11:5n.m.lorL. ....... ......1 oO p.m. Thursday night It was owned bj i SnmrlCom

'' Slew York and Florida Special. 1I811.I-spt4o\unCht: ).. o.f8 Messrs. Clark and Rowe have pure Mason & UicKing and was insured Use -I(Iof .........

Description of this jpulwr train dt Luxe. Wave .JU.K..oIa'W"......."......., ,. 1.10 p.m. chased the sawmill at Holly Hili for $400.A I ,
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This train consUtH of Iullnian Drawing Ha\annnh .. .. :).I"1 t m. and willonduct the business under i
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Room Ion ate Room.Hleeplni, lining and 1.1- < harlr.ton" *25! p.m. spending time sweating over a \
tJraI'y-Oblt'n'ation ears, -ntit t\ htt'8m.Arrh.t.. > Richmond.. ........ .......... :'4.1158.11I. the name of the Halifax Lumber very enjoyable party was given your I .......I
WAFhlnl.ton.... ........... in.25! . .
inN .
Quipped with the nw high; -!aped brakes and a company by Mr and Mrs De pland Wednesday hot stove these hot days trying to get j .
to brilliantly! lighted throughout t>\' electricity .. Baltimore _? .. _. ..... .lard 8.11I. r
.- I berth affordinperfeccomfort In -w : I .
ar for reading at night. writing \ Hta.,7t h Ave.e.2W M.".. gi$ p.m. J. E. Rush went to Kendrick Monday 1 bout>e. you can buy an I'I .

Ix>avf Jacksonville ........... SlSam to vutnere: the marriage of his ..
Florida and West Indian Limited. Arrive Savannah: ...?............. l 1jflpUI.! brother, C. \V Rush, to Miss Lulu \V K. Thompson is in the village I r
'* AllflUktH ............... .. ) .
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches, r <'ha rlf'"ton.... .. ........ .651paat.. 5.44 p.in, Jones. bastile as the result of being caught j I AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRONFOR i .
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HUhiiuind! .. .... 5.Ki Iu.m,
Electric Lighted Pullman Drawing Room in the act of entering the house of S
\\ n>hington....... ...... M.-11'8111. I I r
.r Bleeping Cars. Dining Cars. Jacksonvilleto !; I KaltlmorfM .... ...........1Oi( nni. Miss Gertrude Lee of Chicago has : ::. II. Lynch Thursday evening I. .
H'. ThllHtl. lh .........12.:: .
New York. \. New York................ J.fJi'pm p.1II accepted a position as secretary for!i When discovered he had A ladder up I i i iI .
to the window and was just in the I .
Coast Line Florida Mail. Leave JacktonUIlerrleHaaniiah ............. 1''i .m.liUr the Daytona Traction company. i I .
I .\ .... ...... ..... .. : >p a.m. act of crawling inside A son of )Ir. ; .
/ I DAIL'CarrYJDg' Through Coaches i I ." t'lulr."tor.. ... . ........ .. '.."-"'H.J'i. I Lynch started for the prowler, where White l
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and Electric-Lighted Drawing Room I IHclimond .1"1'.11I. Rev. J. G..1. Martin moved to De
\\ ishlnt.ton . .. .. .I .. Ii! upon he drew a knife. which the j $375
Sleeping Cars. Jacksonville to Sew York I tltliiior::: . ..:::.::..... lMn.in: :: Laud Thursday, where he will make I I 1 Th erFs.
I .... Noun man knocked from )hit; hand I .
Meal Htatlons W.l'hlhulo'lphla. :.JUi.ia.' .
Btopsat .. his 44.
i Local Sleeper Jacksonville to Savannah. ....w yurk.............. .. 7.It 11.in. headquartersMrs !, and then began a chase! which ended .. n

i I in the intruder being caught on .
Best Trains to the West. J.:. Coleman is opening up I:. the Xoith bridge Thompson hat ..

.... I xu... a new street on the i-outh side of I i been about this section of the country . These are the Standard Laundry Irons and are orer..
So 11% South Atlantic Limded x n. Otto
:::! a 1141 ;,; Montgomery Route :';-00 IQ her lot between Ridsewood: avenue for several years and until qmirecently ;,.' i.I i.
--- --------- I I for sale by
anti Daytona street.
i was mail; carrier betwt iiPonce .ife4e/0/
8.1::Pm I.,' Jal'lol1'illt. \r'' ..I: "III I t 1 is; "III I.,' .Ju.k-.c.I1'.III.\r ..:team
tlJlHl1m Ar..ltlanta I.vl' .;!:' Ian ; ":oi IUIII .\r 1"I1IuJll"Q': 10\ 1\:1111'111 I' i I Park and New SimrnaA Z : .
8.topmr ..I.ou1.vill.'. 1.\ .itf'i.1II Ib: lnu .\r BlrlllllllulIlI; ..1.,. Major Cdv\ard F. Abbott of Covj '_ r
l.u6amr .11.IIIIIIIIIf.I1", .. 1.\ 4.1111111I ;....''I'III.\r SII"h'III.' .1." Karam So .
!C..tipmr.. .. 'InrulultI. .I.v ".ulnaa 1.1111111I \r 1-\1111"1110': .. 1.\ ;1.1.11101 j n-ton/ K>'., died: at his winter hoiut'ieie *> the result of a fall (!'fIUl I Ib'yele h:- The Schantz Electric Jcef ..
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7.10 am \r. ( "'ugo. .1.\' Y:JII put ;..14ll1mr. . :-1. le.tai..I.t :..m : A .
If':'' . : Friday of heart diseatit' The ; last!; Saturday Frank Cra\ '
: ana i.\r. .J'II""' n..I.\ '\1'11111' 5 .
I n.ajor was on the streets during tin : toid, a bread baker i"< iiiing on th' r

No. w. Dixie Flyer Route Xo. I&). : So. t I':. Seminole Limited ''So. \\I.t 'I forenoon and leas: tttlm, as well as peninsula, hay i a fit.''Miitd skull amid! and Water Co. i iO .. r
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1 usual iii; til just a It'\\ hum Iut': ti be I a broken colln: !ton... II.:1- 11IC-: < 1.-i r.

H.5 pm I.,'. . JICk..lIIt": .. Ar :;"-111111 I I' fl....' pun I." Jackw.m'I lIr! . .\r'I 7o um fore dc'a:11: < .urn' at -' I'do.k ill time. I ntOI; .:$ 1'.1'< ,.f'\ I'rd 1 ; 1 d\!; : >.. )Ijllt ;" 1".,\,. s.OO.oeeoeco.C008De03e .8O.. .s....aoo.0 r
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Ilt'fiplll \r.\\H rro a .1., .4.1..11I I' lu.ti.1IIr': "ltnyero.Lv, ; 1 .. ,. o ;
7lepun .1r..1ttamiUt.l.v: : !s.4n' 1'1Il'I&'" \r. .. .AlI..... . 1.\, &I.t.I.IIIIU:>a m I tft.-.rllooll. : ii a i i lar i:i \\ i frt>:' r '0\ ; \ .
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M.4Ipm.lr..Fwauatlll.) 1.fo..lllm 111. '"1IIr.. .
.tHam ... (C'lah'I\I .Lv !a:-'I.III I 7.I: \r ...P.Irnatngham. .I.v I.\ 4s'pna::::: ,, .
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7.3Jalll) I.\r...... !\ . 1.1"':.apw ..:111111I, .\r.-.t.::4 'hlt'IJ"u I..nu.; :" ':.I.t:,: iIL'opaa t.i.i I :-...,;. iiiiii..ii..ii..iii..ii..I."i..i..I..iiliii.,; : : LADIES ORCHESTRA HIM I I r rI G;f .... .............a.0..EIb.00S 000..A..OO..Q-: a.

For Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information Call Write j JUST GOSSIP r"I ..
if on or :
A W. FRITOT. Division Pass. Ajt W. D. STARK. Traveling Pass A t. :I JS:I BY THE GOSSIPER. :Z ;: mm ON O I LYCEUM L COURSE. i Southern Railway;i ii ... r -

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138 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLA. !! =??. ?...?,?..?..?..?. .?.?..,. !.I-.'!.I.?.?.,.,!.,,,.u..nMv. .... : ,_

\ ILii-stioi: : II l" '(tilth Jlwd.i l b\ .

jSeminole Limited I'I Steamers U.S.A. i 1'h.1'> II. \\'hill' that tllllr.'S spend\ : -!I I Iju THE DAYTONA PEOPLE 14 i iI ......US0eere 1

; ; : tli,' winter :fcfBt-on ;.n Daytona! | == Fast Vestibule Trains Daily ==4 ]
Electric 1 klpted( Throughout. AND Constitution I ,\ hI} are owners of automobiles* would! I i iI '..
j :all be willing to set into the enter-j NIGHT. ..

O'S CfyT9. J are now running betweenDAYTONA I taiiiinent game to lie extent jol takn -j! The ne&t number ..t' the l Ijveuiiicoar I JACKSONVILLEFlorida j I II ...

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part in a beach parade each day -twill bn the Koui:d's11 Star s.
J ., I
I and the tide is 10., .s, a good one. !I Spttialtv. nqianr; .
1 4jiROPO PALM BEACH I Praditalhall of the automobile: tnt.'hidl will e- t''rtI!:i; tilt f> 'nlil':, 9 "The Southern's Southeastern Limited 9:00: a. m 5

I owners :among the visHors figure!i of !.by..e'l.a it the! l It.t t\ !rtl.a.: tli...1!, r! : St--anaitieflccl>
al! g "The Florida Limited" g.05: p. mI .
J Leaving Daytona Saturdays and : *M h dato make some ku-J of tumorrow 11 il,:ht 'V.:ii :t 11.:1:i d.l .
CIIICA ST. LOWS 1. "The Atlanta-Jacksonville 8:50 m .
J Special : p.
Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. | :1":1): anti it i* believed all will bej mil*!: a) eutPrtai:u;uei;;. i ic .

AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. ) bound South. f' tt11n! : to head their in:u:hints to'!' It,'!pnlts \\ h .:i ::1.1\- 11...., .I-1 -1' tit': = -- ..
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I I /)1 bs..|rwUoa. .. 4....si.jai. tin III ana 1 I"- Leaving Palm Beach Saturdaysand I 1 ;v.t ud tu.' beau: h for a panid of au I f .
. *
11.? : all i! it I .
ln\ ('in -. I ln.li\I t.hi I i I1,| \U rth ll.liT. liK I K: tl.I'i : '" C".1: i' it:' ;w i- -.t:; I a
.:cliin.i'! I"halr ..I'i In.tu'ar. Tuesdays at 9:00: a. m. : lI ur or -o e\ afUruton when the : :1.., 11.1: m\ .. ",' I -t i 1.1'd. ;11..1'-i 2 Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars to Atlanta ,\>h\ilU Cm:min att.a .

Ar.lA. t-"t" I I.Olll". 7;:i' a. inhor 1 amid ::. uilock, and th .; would fur. ;! ,, .
allll111- ( t <"i'l/'I: i] : ;v' u ::1 1 1.I j.r< l. U I Icy a i 1 let tati.lnin' i *
.I.l 1'111"| r 1' nalll.lI. :
; diversion for the .
tri.h: a pleasant :
roud lark' a.t.Ir : wii''n ;it uiak' i its :1I'I..al'3JH't" i| | -
II. 1 ,'.\ TWtI.I:I ,. who have automobile. but, I
Florida i I'u.-.I)1.. .111.-1..11\111... Miro I c people no I on the -:1.t i .? at tin 411t'11.U] :': <.i i I SOUTHERN RAILWAY DINING CARS
i! I luau I 1 to _o to the beach once each'd 'i the concert f
will i r.ui i I L' ht' I n :
The fact that ---- ----- I .
i \ on an ax iage \ muoical compii lilt utii,'-ti.iomiMised -- ..0... I

.=o,= i DAYTONA AND the beach at this time of the year (' entirelyof v. 1'Ilt'H.' wall: I .
{ 01] ;- always in Rood condition<< uould in- Ticket i Office. 108 West Street. Jacksonville I Florida .
City Bay
: f I ST. AUGUSTINEEarl th txception of the drt: 'tui', U ill i ia It- i .

i The Attractive Way O } I in F, "I'III1I'Y I &UIH. no postponement of such al distinct novelty ,11 Uajtona. partiiularlv I (" !' \, I 11FFK., :. .. I;. :' I : % .r
daily in cases
: I i program except 1Ir.l when everyutentber of thb ,1..I'.k., 1riairi.i.t.; :, : ,I'. 1. ,la ,. ,..rtI1, !; .
i rain. The next time: you meet M.J .J
McCOY BROTHERS company is an exceptionally K/tart ,'4ca.
i I White tell him wbatOU think of, 99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 ..
lUu-oh.ian. : arc '
'I' North and West the plan. :: vu.

o..1.......................... I * Feb. 10 In American History. 9999999999999999999099999999999999999999999999999999STEAMER a. on aTH..

South Atlantic Limited : 0 THANKS THE VOTERS ended .......I
0 : STEAMERS $ 17G3-The Trench and Indianvnr
FOR LIBERAL SUPPORT. nt Taris{ Canada ar.d
.j by treaty
11 Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. of the also Its dependcncits were ceded to I
\1.: 11. Zuber one rans SWAN
Uncle Sam and i iI
. A solid through train daily : ; Great Britain. f ..fer.I
:n the recent city election and run
For Cincinnati & Louisville 1OG1-1'resldent l HIIOH'\'elt proclaimedthe .
( electric 0 I I Cherokee : n4 i 'i r up for Henry Titus in the race neutrality of the United States LENGTH 150 FEET 281 TONS. i iI .. ]
lighted sleepersTo I
Through .
I 0 for mayor is perfectly satisfied with In the KusMvJapaneso war .
& Grand RapidsDixie t "ITJlt-t\\I..I'1 MI Laurence Punbar,
Indianapolis 1004-I'aul< : negro Freib .
th." result and willing to abide b> 72. With excellent accommodations and service, lighted by : m.
poet, died: Injrn 1ASTRONOMicAL i .

r J I Tomoka i the will of the majority lie it> much I electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passengers ..

\ Flyer 01 gratified. at the popular vote whichhe EVENTS. i is now being operated betweenDAYTONA : ..
r (From noon to.1:1) to noon tomorrow) i :
: r..ein.d and feels to thank the .....i
0 Leaves Jacksonville 8:25 pm. Sun sets 324 rise! 0:r.3.;; moon sets f
solid train electors who gave him their votes in C:18 i. m.: noon today planets Mercury "
through daily
4 A : RiverEvery : Mi*> election The vote gives .MrZuber ami UranuIn conjunction; G::24 I and I

t ] For Chicago :. for the I p. m., moon In conjunction with Kept- :-M.
I much encouragement;: tune; sun's declination 14.2: degrees .1 I II
: Tuesday and Sat- : luture I south of celestial{ equator. .

H Montgomery Route I. ' i ..
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I, I : urdaytn January.INLET : I .

0 Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm.Drawing I : Ame.c. s0 ::

room sleeper daily III I .: -- '-__ :. F. E. C. TIME I TABLE I i ..

J For Evansville & Louis (1P I IN crrcciJ\st4Rv 9. I.'I..1t <>.. and Intermediate Points. through the Picturesque! ilalif,u .
..3.Dining .5.S...t
v Lars ?on all trains I'i i AND : -'' lI .,"NI.-I\I. I'n.; : ." -M.--I:I--.._\I.--I Fm' : and Indian River Route. I
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---- - - 8:00
[ o Leave Daytona Thursdays : a. tn I
I .
sa'1) : :
e For full particulars address 0 :\7 7 t.n -- - -- -- - --- --- i Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8:00 a jn. i! i ..tiero.C .
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6 Fla. Pass. AgentLouisville&Nashville .. .. ', .. ,. .
T. B. i : :;'1' ::: I II I';> ' t : :D',1 Ja..ksomittr j 'I' !' : ; . I Ii I'
NEW SMYRNA .. , .., . .
... ::"I. ::;.| ', j'' ;; St. Au u"iin. ; ' r !
/ ._ .t. :! :.qt I 1": ..''I' :"p; Orm..r.J :- p .; .-:" : 1 1a : .
o r .. .4 .. ':::11, ." '.''HI'.i.. I 1-:: et.iq._j i 1 I; }:..1'.".' 1l.It.ItcJ.l"j\t+",a.e ': '._-. 'I' I I !.! ; : : I ..

Every Monday and Fri- < :;-,.i: ; : :.:.p:1: !:: ?>p: \\.t'.::;:{..ch 7I .1. ; .:" I II ..

Railroad l lo day in January | I "' I I : I .fittI': "'' I\CH: Si' D.'. Y ION _.__ I g ..

(t tbo ) : Lca\ies Ferry Dock at 9 a. m. i This sclicLlc; .s published ::1":1 i : d'.. :, ,.j t n'',. ; t j"l : I i OPERATED BY THE CLLF; COAST TRANSPORT r t.>jNV J I iioa

118 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE |] the Daily New. ..... I (
t L E. ELLE\\VOOD. l>l -r. 4 I>a l
t I .od] .. I advertise J "ae3aooeoasaiee5.z epptraszs.> It5t1ilrer/ : p..e....
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confident ....................................................:
;.-............ NNOON.ONNNN. great service by inspiring :: :
P ljv] \\D to those receiving their first introduction :

l I Il i ithe HOTEL sPL ND.ellI to the rolling billows, and :HOTEL CLARENDON !

II NEWS OF THE HOTELS to the timid ones as well. :
I b' I registering yesterday j: -- -4- SEABREEZE
Among guests
I !
best kinds of : j Daytona, Florida were E C Chapin, Buffalo, Dr :.I FLORIDA J.

: LLL] JO and :Mrs E P Lathrop and daughter .. ItiY.
I x: =
a I NOW OPEN Buffalo. Mr and :Mrs Geo A Just and : Absolutely :
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: I it M .
D. \Vaikins and wife of Chicago : .r. INriDt7021i 17Su/
all. y
child, New York. Stewart Hartshorn. : W

R f L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. i who are making a tour of Florida Short hilts X J, Mr and Mrs J W J| 4: Fireproof f
x .e and later will leave for Havana
i; .
I Grant Mr: and Mrs E In:1lau.t1J.II: :.
17 condition. : } i Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all i Oaks South several America days, were this gues's week.: at the ''ia, :Mr and :Mrs J P \\' kox, White ''' 4:: Now Open ::
Plains X Y, Col J D M.-Intiie, F :S: .
: ." Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern .
A, C S Stewart Chattanooga XV :
i The recent arri\als at the Ridg" :
Convenience. Send for Booklet. : Offices
Booking :
i Clark, Chicago, Augustus Haviland, 4
and wife E. L. POTTER PresidentW.
wtoj include Geo F llanneau I Seabreeze, Florida
: DAILY. Brooklyn :Mr and :MIS A J Kroner, j
CONCERTS ::J'.an.Gwn>, N J, AV Lee :M.ss : Blackstone Chicago :
ase.MPANYl a : i New Orleans. i W. S. KENNEY Manager .
: New York ,
i T AtMivss: ATLANTIC JIOfrtK. Nnrrngin'.tt IM'-r. Bhod"'land! I Mabel Let. Trenton X J, J II San- I 1180 Broadway, .
summ I
isI i UHifecn and wife. New York, William I The gueais of the Hotel Clarendon : 4...........................e..oo..o.................
...............: f ...................o+e+....O+MO... ................ iluty: and wi'e. Savannah, Ga. have: taken advantage of the i ideal! -------- -- ----- --- --- ---

I weather and the handome, commodious : e 1..II.'. Q0.0.'e0' .Wi'Oas'II.!t ..QG Z O 2s0@

................ NONN. 0+0 0 What might have been taken fora I new botbl: Southland, own d by J Located in the

'R DGEwo "D-.l family reunion took place at the: Commodore Chas. F. Burma and I oSaratoga Inn Spot on the gege.ocee.c..1

THE Oaks this week when two parties of! recently put into commission. Twenty
JOHN J. McGUIRE Proprietor.
: Sanuuits! ,;, comprising several in each, three visitors from the hotel greatly i
TITC INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better in .
maiden of
enjoyed the trip
LUMBER 5j i i arrived. They all hail from Long Island
j Cement in Stock .. E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. as well as the proprietor of this, Southland for the da"sutill up the I Florida. Table ollbe! best of everything in season. Terms as reasonable as I

[nngAv.. I hotel, but no family connection couldbe Tomoka Tuesday. .1 the service will permit, giveu on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No, 112THE 3

ALBY Manager. O p : NOW OPEN. I Is i if traced. Among those greatly enthused over ........................HOOKGOHeCHH..s....
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the experiences were =
........o+o.t' :i : :. All departments will be managed by white Northern help, i Late arrivals at Schmidt' hotel! :Mr and day's Mrs C G Wetherspoon New '...+....+............e+...+.+.+.+.....+..............+.

are C .\ Clark, M I J Xeedhain, (J C YorkIr: and Mrs: H C Watson i: BENNETT !
....... F g in the North and white
selected from of the finest hotels ,e.
some Zaring Jacksonville, II A Sparling, Greeley, Colo, :Mr and :Mrs W 0 Sus- *

.1: : help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : New Orleans, C Poole. Chicago, J 11 on, :Milwaukee, Mr and :Mrs Gee A Now open for th- thirdition 1>AYTONA.under tinh'FI.OKIDA....ral IIUtlUtj'II'nt of .\.11,111111 K.: .

a' I: Hall Ocala, Ed Seiner, St Louis: Clair, Preston, Ont, W S Kessler, .i LANK:. proprietor- Kc-lon. The 1 lii: miett .is tlr-l-i-lii!. in ivrpartirular.. Tli.fentur. .- .
with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the .-- r..-Kurlor| 11I1t1.l w hit.cinplo.MiiMxIcrn liou-e a Denial homelike "
Chicago, Mr and Mrs E Ja'kson.1ich.: Mr and :Mrs Leslie .
A L Wyman, .i ft niocph.rend a location on l Ilu\ttllla'houl'urd.l itldtt"-wocwlrtrnu"l Tuoti'ii-
[ i finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, W Worley, Miss 111: Oakley, MrsJ Farr New York, :\lr'm S Kenney 04 1 ni-eourts.' curngf. Hotel will U. olr u''iitire month of April. ;,
II McDonough 1 Summer Resort- The Oceanside and Cottages Marblehead, Massachusetts. J
U) Norris, Jersey City. Bretton XX'oods X Mrs
I II : Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. I :Montreal>> Can, Mrs C H Nelson! I.nI.NS.00....0.........N...............NN..NN..s.0

; :.................................................... : Recent arrivals at the Oaks include trt'al.Ir: and Mrs J1: Wilbur, B06. j-I - - -
I .....................................................
D LV ;kins and wife Chicago -. ton. :Mr and :Mrs W H Mcl'hail Bal- \ I -

f fs L W Hope and wife, Chattanooga I timore, Henry :Mulholland, Montreal, Ii i i iI I
I [sweating over a lt.i.u..I...tI.t.....t.t..stot.t1.t.t.t.1.tebt.i.a.Ie'r. .. Tenn, SV Sammis and wife, Babylon Canada. THE PROSPECT

trying to get !I[ t e THE PRINCE GEORGE '! NY. W S Emery and wife.! I 109 South Ridgewood Ave. I
le on time when Mich A II Sammis ant I i j
Grand Rapids, .
22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office. t
: IDAYTONA, FLORIDA : wife Miss Sammis Hempsf.tad, X BAZAAR Ai VALENTINE{ : I! &eamHuL

Y, A Duncan Elizabeth N J, E B 4 I
: i P. J. DOYLE Proprietor.
: Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors I
IRON I. Springer, Chicago, G C Henry, X Cincinnati J- SALE A GREAT SUCCESS. | i.... .....................s. 'I7..............ooo... iOt
W F Dalzell Ridgewood, { '\
: Hotel in this section. - -- -
be the best situated
Conceded to j :........................ .............................. i 1
: Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. : Guests at the Ridgewood hotel enjoyed CONCERT IN THE EVENING AN :. tI
: Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : a pleasant progressive five ,:I HOTEL SENECA JACKSONVILLE r OltNKIt: I'l'VAI.NP, 'NF.'AN MTM: J
hundred party Wednesday evening ATTRACTIVE FEATURE MUCH .
v Steam Heat Throughout. : .
: tae: tables being occupied by the ENTIRELY NEW. :
: White Help in Dining Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st : participants in the games. The first ENJOYED BY THE PATRONS OF : '
r Albert Bennett Proprietor C. R. Bennett, Manager :
iuilies' prize was wonby :Mrs. Fos'd :
j- ,, .- I'l 1- the lauding in nyloii 1' : for M. Aug:u.tlnc! and THE BAZAAR. ,. II. t ml P'UML III 1-\ i *
i B The TPrlnCf( -orf? -r only (If Uayiona. stxon-J ladies' prize ly : ,0S.: .' I'la.-: for, :Ni.-, !1' o") !' l{i::"inn IiNVit< i. St. :am ti .1'
Btwh'' hosts.! I'urtll'ulllr,1t)1! ph.TureSame : .. *
: Palm .. .
; ..Mr.J.. :M. .'t. rtacket of \\'cUJ'tVI ; ;- The annual bazaar and valentine : UINIIII.Vlnt.: ,, i \ )i.Throughout.! /tk( Mr. Foster

t II. C afternoon. and .. ..........*.+.+....+.+.........
I : Management as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N. J. : I, 0.. I'nvtv; > !s: prize by tile> given Wednesday .................+. +

>ns and are ; .....................................a................-. .;.i'iinoii.-.]II>:,';*."<'f by A.ncra MLXVootHmry; Ill., secondli.'iit'.s )1! Guild exe.itint at by the the Guild ladies: ha.l of on Si. Orunueavenue Marys ... ....t..-.............................................t

I l i-iirMt.: <'". Vt., :'l.tt 'the t0. :vJa; ;>>' was largely auomlcd! a.d; ;i NEW SEASIDE INN H H. MANWILLER. Proprietor
...;................... .....C8..I........... P") :l' by r,;, \'fJl:'_" .')'. :"r'at .'I- .' ':naot' aHTilt.! Lii.,: :\
.. I was b'Mtitii'tillj: iI-TorateJ for th' i''-rcation. : This new :and select 1.111111\l !..'ttl lias :just been vnlai,'cd and rcfir iiisliol! :

: i i It.. 't'.I: icrivals! ai the Disnlaud! i ii.-: ; for flit: season: 1910-11 t., in. t the: n.iiircmciiis] ol its grow uu* patronage: *

ric Ice I I ITHE NEW GABLES | i :II'1
I j \ViIliiini LS Hatch, \-l) ilanti. Mich, .MlI fhaijAti'/ the var.i'iis: tjil-1! :M 01 l tl.-! : Rates S2 50 per Day ?nd !J;;ward. Weekly Rates on Application :

Ii '. .r Daytona, Fla. I ..n.l! .Mrs I S llo.h. Cincinnati ill, partmente: .. ,!-..,,, i \ I I't I -I I 1 I I"' II KM.i I I I IL'-.I.0.-! I ..*. N. I. ..

>. .. 1-1 I: _.l+, NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY :: ml! Mii' M l Alemll, Eau:: Claire,, Fancy table Mrs. 11. L. :Stanley: ......................................................

i! L h LOCATED. EVERY MODERN : \\\..;, L Waldorf, Brooklyn Mr and and :Mrs. M. I'. ((11'11\\3'1. -- - -- .
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a .. ..
... ..a.o..c.O..O.
.e. ....O.HOe : I CONVENIENCE AND 11t A :M Boyle. New York, L C :Mil Flower! tablt-ill*. F. A. X\ -1 1 .. .....O..O..O. s .

: COMFORT. .. .. .. : 1'T, VanVert., O. J A Harps, Greeni : and Miss Newell, as
, +.w... : i ;i. .d.! 0, .1 L Ut\ i is! and wife, Chi a' Misses I Allen.1'otilot'tir i "The Ivy Lane Inn"e!

9+ .0.....elwayj. i I Y y .{ Steam "Heal Throughout go, :Mr and Mrs GH> XV Hushes, rfl 1. tahl.-Me-d.i-!; : : :: (;Ir."L 1 . .

Paul. Mr and Mrs I Charles C Shep- rhit! *nden and Juokman.Valentine Central location. :
; people. I
: :! A High Grade House, catering to the most pzrCcu'ar
: ... I S. H. MOSELEY, paid, Chicago 0 V Sage and wife. table--)ip..
:: Proprietor. :I (i...-.-kil.: X Y. H Campbell and I.1 diner and Mi-s Ella \\ lltuIJlt.; :.! 53.00 and Sl.CO per day! -S17.EO and higher per week. :.

} \rliii-toti.Tliou-imil l 1-lmnl : v. i iiv.: St 1'aul, D Gordon and wife Candy tablt-Mrs. Ce'. st- I HinK.s. WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor !
I : . ._ I N. Y., during -MinimTOfTHE'HAMILTON : I :|! Open November to May.
1 1'i.rk.:'11. .. Hazard v ille, Coun. Cake table Mi I *. O.V.. St.-\ t'ns!: .1.N............o.....O.e..............4..0.........

I and Mrs.: J. 11. Xiver. ------ --- -
.IUsiSISIetst.t...I.I.t.....I.........t.tet.t.1......i I Late arrivals at the Prince George !: Miss Ulaktjslee was in haler; (>f ..I......... HH..6..eo..................
Mr and Mrs Chan (:Gardiner D I t
- ar. I the i ic-e creaiu and the ruti'i--; ;i'i' u; K H. PURDY. Prop. I
Daily ==4LLE ..................I .!al'k>>on, Mrs II I..t'Lt"rman.ll's: IILeopold i Itt'at'rt' in charge of Mrs.V Jl. 1 THE SEVILLE ..
........t. ).................. .s.s. ,, !Jot> Una, Honda .
Mr and Mrs: Ilinghani.rb.iladelphia. -
illt'alh. assisted by a nunaI,,.'r .>: I
i j i I E S lalb). Cal on, Mr and :1 young ladlet. I GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON. _

t .'.: I Mis:\ .1 II Gregg; Cradeutown, Mr: and I The excellent concert
I :Mis 1E Shugart Council Bluffs, Mr !'the evening was in charsof Mr: ..I The ijuests receive: the best tlie:. : IlldrLcts.tilo d in the dining:: n'onl.itnd. every

New and First Class and Mrs II :M Courrier HJtloll.11'1 M. L. Stanley! who inert dllt''cl 1 tint-- :1 conitort and convenience:: : 1h.it: a *ell ,ieiulatd; hotel C.llIl'I'C': to :the .'uhhc.

aul: Mrs: F. Rogers. New York, \Viu.K i taking part.Thf .1i0.. 00..0.0...tb QCO e8..c..ec 000S*.ea. '
7:40 i
In. .
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:Mrs S - -
I rhri.-tin. Newark X J. ---
S I 1':1'lIumbt"r:: of tllc ]1141.1: ::: I n; I-
r : NVw Mr: and 11rs E ... le e=. .....&.D..O.... ...3m. i
9:00: a. m. ;. > ': York was: a I'i..'IO' ">(,!o by :Mis.Vornun *- :.1.-! ,': ., n..I..I. .Z I II II
.l : Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric : !! \\ His11 1!, Brooklyn. .Mist I Ida: Hall. "* oU''A! !h '," :I D\ YTl'lA.!: 1- LA. L'luler: IICA: r :Ula.\', Q
8:05: m. | I ': : ; 0'Ti. -i > a i :} 1 5 I The Cleveland 1
p. Elejjant Rooms, with or without Baths I : !j :: Sarah: .\ Hyatt, Mrs W U far-: I lower Son.:. t .. 1.'a..I, \In. \! I s :I 11.t:1lt. Ccni.illy: : 1',.',ltn! .:""-d table : { I
S:50: p. 111. : ; !I"> i.NT. Delaware. Get F Holihau \' i.VI and! I K'electnc:-: ',I-I\ ,-c ,t. 0:1 !...It, and
S ici 1 ; VJ. J1\P : .
York.xl I
i .1 !
k-tes, of Xn :-n: ; u .I CrProp. ,
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i.d ,liiildien.; 11rs C .\ Tratil.. .Mr: .,... .' R.- \ \ 1.0 t:
I I.; I
: \1' I II 0
t < ncore: In :a Un1; : 'Janl-;: !II.! : I
0 i .nl.i! .'.::'-; .1\Vad.e.. Net York 1'. > I l-ste llink, n.xt r. -t:t..t
MRS. I. M. MABBETTE, Proprietor I :: :.harttt andii: i :. an: 'u" 'I 1'" I .01 1' I II
. i .' Getaooeos0Gbc.0o3.Oe
:'. llkll\l1ah.: r. : I \ t : ; i tiMli3NSi'+ CKCe >Kab134otiiQL.00SrC$
/i ' ;.lest story i :i ;; n:.--r: .i ;j':". l i.. :. \\ .,,' I
: .. N,. York. : .r DAYTON:" .\.' FLOI IDA : : I : ::. ;:- I
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i i iIUII ,
Palmetto Avenue terht, of Iitilian.i!: :'. 1,1' 11.! > r''I i
: I,I I I Paul, \ : Mr and Airs: M: I II ,\1..1.1' : the 1)uand aIli; ..Ut.c-:' \.I. I t 1 1t THE AUSTIN f 6

.t .................2.a.....t.j elks i Ruth .\born. Ellingto.t. ( (}tllI. i
.t.................... to Sleep.: Mi*-s IJe<*anip. of (C''I:.. ..ji 1 DAYTONA FLORIDA 5
1 CARSonville i IS Balkwell. R Elite. Cleveland 0'1| I 5 OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX
sans Roses in June, follow! .'tI! ::11-II !,;. I
Mr: and :Mrs Jas Rice Kramer, hid \ G. W. SWAN. Proprietor l lI lI lI

................................".......ae...t.t.I.: Mr and Mit{ Wm T Easton, l'ittsburL.1: un encore. i I i I I
I .. I I'a. Thos Tapken and wife, B1'c.kh'II.11' } Dy r(>()ut"stlrs.: Rinks ya\; .1, I}I Electric Lights and Call Bells. Steam Heat Hot and Cold Water. | 'y ; I

Florida w SCHMIDT'S HOTEL :\ and Mrs: U Guf e.t.. Cornell O.! recitation entitled I'm-Ie Kjih C-.nnt- .I iMf............NN..... .......NO................. '
1 vhih nha d lif :aud.-t
ins Eggs rout
I Dr X II I) HL.hardon11I] Stoll, P I _ _: '-- -- I
: Henry Schmidt Proprietor Daytona Florida i Cute with lauuhter.Mrs. .
:Mass, Cincinnati, M I 1) Beekn i
l\ ta kxinvillc. Fla. :: Situated on the bank of the Halifax River one mile from Atlantic : : C'lt>uwnt int" (IloWrts! ; and: Mrs 99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999.N o o
wife, Knnxville.I : Tenn. Mrs F A Fosttr ;', 1
J .e Ocean. It has fifty rooms single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms I... O. Ualfolm! Lad general! sip: ''ni- I CUMMINGS.Proprietress.' I ,
Mr and Mrs Frank X Allen.
The cuisine and service ,
a are large, airy and nearly all have sunny exposure. rtalniiH-nt; it---1'-d THE PINES
x..r.\ sicn of the ent' :
2 : is admirable. Rates, $3,00 per day and up. Special rates for families I with, ('onn. Miss C C Edgerton, \ ; !1 !
Ly the youiisi lad; :"" of tits auxil.iruuild. : :]!; > I
: on application. Imanti! ('. Conn Miss Emily .1, Johnson An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct I ,

i ...............................C.&a...... I Portland (Conn Gee K Crandall I I supervision oE the proprietress. i i '

t. Ne\\ Ixnitlon (Conn rank XX" Stauu- ........................... 1 1 338 South Ridgewood Avenue, DAYTONA FLORIDA. 9 ; t
ton Pliiladelphia, Mr and lrn: 1> A : #I
I Iby ..I.................IeII.t...........................I Gray; Boston: Mass: XV B McCain, .At 5 New Bungalow on I II I Same mana 'cn.ciit: as the New Magnolia. Asbury Park, N J. X t }! t

II : lallta.1: E Cross Bunnell. Fla. EmI ..*.0...............0...HM.eeoe................e-.. 1 ,

i : THE MAGNOLIA 113 South:Ridgewood Avenue. I mett Morkley. Bunnell, Fla. :Mr and Ridgewood Ave. j J
t : LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. Mrs4 (' C Caslon, Ja:s XX* Jennings; uuduitV. f !

Furnite heat RATES: X.C.O G;!' ..tir'ilh! *. Pa, Chas E hilt, : : for Sale or Kent next sea- I J I
: !Fresh! milk vegetables and fruit on tbe-jilace. per The Willmer The OSBORNE ;
[e lighted I week and I Oneanta, X Y, II XV Bailey Pliilad.: 1 1I son. second door north of J
[issengers II : day and up; $12.00 per up. I pha..1: A :;andiord.la':8: .1. M Snii: Ii. .. Pines Hotel. Lot 55x400.: .. \\ .lit I! \\: II. IV.."| A. OSBORNE, Prop 'x JJtI!j. I

: MRS. CELESTE HINKS, Proprietress. I'roillt>lIl.t., It I. Comfortable Rooms Rooms Only Modern Conveniences !I ri
Ii I I 100 Bearing Oranges, Grapefruit I SOc., 75c. and Sl.OO .i. .
....................................................1 I HOTEL--CLARENDON.-- J and Tangerine trees, Excellent Rate. ;Moderate I $2.50to ,.OOper per week day I"i!i I f

also Garage. Steam Heated Rooms 11 Orange Are i
i =- Th. Sufi attracts a goodly v.." I.:_ : 312 So. Palmetto Ave.. Daytona. Fla. ,11'' i, :'
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:: CITY HOTELDAYTONA | | i ............ .................... ............. .: The HARLAN THC''PINES... Lake Helen Fla. :. 1 H I! 1

i l. S FLORIDA. .::11 I NEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL and COTTAGES j : i I" I.. ,'!' .I i r"IIh". ." I. . .. ''l'llnI"WIl'! ?. o, : .i., I \ '.11. : ) 1/'' i
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: Americas Plan Always New' Ownership and Management : I d. .' : .. : t t,.h.'un ;;' !I. I '..:. I I'I ,
open CAPACITY 200. ROCKLEDGE. FLORIDA :' '.I 1.,1 : 08,
f l Good Service : 'I . ..;::: ::(f. .:. I
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Renovated and Enlarged ._ I'KK: : \ ' !:Y.. : : : : kilo, i
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J1 KiCOMPANY" i I .i Well Known and Popular.Ovcrlookint DAB .,.\.\. FLORIDA. I Ii '\,' "! : .. FLORIDA. llo'-l! 'r.-1 in R- v.-r: Co.I,:Prap'r: : I H" \iii'I '-AMMII'.,., :, 1, ; I

the Beautiful Halifax i icr.. G I : 1:" i.N'l: N( Hi"I-i :| 1j
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A Homelike and ConrortaMe H",.l"C. F-.r-t CIa1:1; : all [Re' 'c'b. I Iit I '. .. I'I.'I i : i \: t >< '"j" 'I ui ;'l 1'\1.. ,1/1.l l I.

e S r C. O. CHAMBERLIN. Proprietor ': : \X\flK- 'I\.I!\ ''lilt;.::.la: I-M- .. 'f-n.II.1'.o': .. i .. : ... . ,:.!:. .'' ;- -,. I !'.MMI.Ii: I'll': l' I llll.l.. POINT. i.V-: 'J %luJH( III.-. I.. I.. N l1 I I&o 1+

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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS -- :" _.,. -'-L-'
Page Six ...-- ,

I K . I Teacher Now, Tommy. suppose; you : I ORMONDONTHn.HALirAX.vr I ' ALL 1
.. ......... .... .. ./ -\'..'.' r'-[ ...._..t.- Louise Cotet and the Fever. I ILoui..e another I ........j
: ; ; .' : gave
-tt-Er- ;2Z 'j.l Colet. the French poet novel1st had two :I yon Years AjToday.. I
:l\I::'m : ../.r: \- 1' and general writer was 1"rl1:1ti. boy his choice> of them. You would tell I Fifty '" > U 5 mile: I:' Iii "ltb
: >,,.,. t\lA. \ :. wouldn't Feb. 10. ; ,' !aytona rep m atI
', : '.A m Ri-iI\4 la Provence In 1S1U. She was bettci him to take bigger: one.
F !? : W : t'," west ORMOND
'. :"'AIIDW 'l1l'0 known In life than to osterity lot you? Tommy No., mum. Teacher- Up to date: eighty-two s'th I . II all fax: I

\ : = "- ---=<= -- ---=- .".......... ....., ouly by her writings but from various Why? Tommy-Cos 'twouldn't be necessary. em officers had resigned} i: :i t : .' loe-itioi
-_ -_--,.....=-:-_=- -.-_ _-----__----_----=- --_----<-:-_-=-?--__--- littie iiK-idents with which she was .-Suburban: Life. the United State an-v: unit! f '1 l-rmlh'

("OUlll.tl'Oue of the ino,t trying! : rather than draw tl.i: sword 'Inagean;
d ABREEZE and DAYTONA' I: was when she intended to winter ill : Fairly Warned. 1 navy against the south. ., U..-:1*; then: i iWl're nltitlon; .=
f' F. S BEACH, two enterprising and DAYTONAIBEACH the Isle of Isrhia. in the :gulf of Xapli-s. He-My dear.: I can't afford to buy : two Ileuten"U <"ttth"! 5. ., tion Is j-u 1h,
I CHAS. progressive towns on the Hali : No sooner was she established\ la this you that hnt. She.-Still. you'd save;: I two majors and I !ig.it; c:"'t.-''1S I . unit IJi-nl. for I t t.., .101 log didlI..t
Peninsula are geographicallyone "auburn" than an epMemie If you did. He) -How so? She r--r Uoti" '+ -\ -" ,,lOut.. In the (
BURGMANTHE fax sea money I II Inl'Cfiue cf the army '1: six i captains "> !lure.-.u' ou'l\nl1d\
hrtdi conts -
s although incorporated as sepa PHARMACY i iI broke out. The people thought it muM I )I'll Just hIII if I don't, have '' and ,,'OI1lI1l\Dt' 'r of tIm navy. '1.1.,' Omtondvltl l; teiIt: t 1- ., TO I KNOVON
rate municipalities. The towns par be the stranger who hail brought; t tit I It. and you know what doctors' bills .i.-st.i h.< ls--t day at Tii.. vv.r.win 'Id hnSt'IIl'o!
t north and south I Lincoln |; rniond Ih.'ach.Many le no -Urlieomlo.tni.ie \ -
allel the peninsula and
James F. Dobbin trouble. She was threatem-d narrowly : are. i"i S"ri.irteM: quietly : fln' homo; winter
REAL of from three and one- I Ii his homo : ..
for a distance ProprietorDAYTONA I by the devotion ol! I I .. 'tl i-iinip cr.und: liS lie i
capl'tlIt'ath mntntl1l on .
half{ to four miles, and extend east among .du! friends.Not ''u4.tIg ih "bore-s| of
ESTATE west from the surging seas of BEACHEverything a friend who gut her away Ina yu-ht. :i Hit Both Ways. I II i i"It i h"r side of th: 111.- IIl1lihJr.
and the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Usually Strange as it may seem, when the I ain't no fun ),eill' a kid. observj j ,"I'nlO't.. of tier I I..'NK KISIIKRMA5.: Al
Carried In a Klr t the Island the> hafter -- urroundttl by sun
River, the beautiful tide water Class Drug t.tore "tenth muse" had i ed a boy bitterly. "You always I and!
FOR stream that sets them apart from fever disappeared. go to bed' when you ain't sleepy nn" Serious. Topical flora ,. AND WOSECIJRI
Our PrescriptionDepartment -irublwrrbesld'heitty A\1.1.\ ON
have "
t Daytona with which they Is Complete His Text and His Talk. git up when you are. -Toledo Rhide. charge;,
SEABREEZEMM1NS of three I "{ hear there are grave orange and -\VHITK: TOORMOND
communion, as well by as means a half-hour ferry RespectPhoneiw In! every Bishop X. had otliciatpd! in the colfege !- I II nlinst113:- tor Jinks." I 'nth,T citrus rail
l OPERA HOUSE bridges service. chapel and. though; his discourse I It Is worth a thousand pounds n ""'ha t are they?" i ro.5.. MACONTUORNTON FRIEND'- "
Phone 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are was most excellent in itself, it had no I year to have the habit of looking at II III "The sexton bilL" I Ormond has man;;
essentially summer and winter resorts -I obvious connection with the text. At I the bright!; side of things.-John oD.i. attractions -exc"t-. I I E, mePop.
I automoblllng
and are making hundreds of i i. l.-nt ..
those BRANCH dinner Professor Y. was asked his -- ood flahlni, safe. : '
: friends every year among -
SONNTAGI new who desire to escape the discomforting I & opinion of the l bishop's j;('rmon.UDt'tr I II I N .itln?, and many Da:: + w.contraac .
extremes of heat and cold, and old man!" he exclaimed. "It was truly I VOTING COUPON. i pleasant drlres. \1IS AXY WAYINTERFTED ,;
NICHOLSON FREE At Ormond Hach I : :
INVESTMENTDesirable their hotels and boarding housesare ipostollc. He took n text and thenwent I Saturuu> c;
patron- Is located Slit' lurjjcHotel ; IX rUnPKKTY, : IS
now receiving splendid PEED AND LIVERYSTABLE preaching the A OaUotllankm.s
everywhere gos-:
; 1 age from the most discriminatingclass I This i is t. separate'ot fro-n the nominating' coupon. Asmanv .! Orniond and fll\IClSlt: ORHe d
C PANY pel. '" 1"1"'r" !!sister theIr'tton a'IIMONU' \ REACH
tourists. be
The of ocean itself, with its marvelous All Orders liven I may be sent in each week for each: contestant ad can Inn. The \ Will Ghee Yournu.in..s are to Ot c.
hard macadam and Prompt Attention Cockney Chivalry. >rm'T occupies a TroniptAttention To snowcontest
beach, as collected.
and the .
the greatest attraction [ There was a 'rllo.h: In the pit. *'*'It Ion overlootthe -
floor, is w
smooth a
as C'nreful Drivers
Locations although earth, air and sky famlHar\ llb ltou ds inaeniic looking girl stood with the 1I I 1 1I .n4: Hal1faxlmt
part of to have entered into a combi- late comers In-hind the last Union. I :!latter has as its prouiuientbeen

SeabreezeOffices seem nation to enhance its every automobilerace charm. I E.A.BRANCHReal The young; wan in front of her absorbed, comfortably I 1l l This coupon entitles........ ..... ............................. .............. I ",,vittook i--ant h"I\t'h the and magnli :theioul [ the vousclckk select]
The beach is the famous l seated was not too Atlantic.IVsldea JAS.J CARNEll C COI1MON
course where every world'sstraightaway Estate AtentAYTONA In the musical comedy to note that i > or e;

Indiana: Evansvillo, andSeabreeze ,, all these records record has it continues been made to, lleach a P"'OUlll('(\ttII'S!( the ;girl looked tired as she doggedlytoed ;when ......... .......... ................................................ ...........to..a. rotes in i I Smooth beach t th.: broad thirvr 3linufaetarerofPure: D, FLA. Anyone
,Florida and out the tint act He rose .' many drives for HomeMadeCWAVA test manta
t hold without blsw'idlh rivalry. of 300 to .he curtain fell. "Would you" lie asked tst be in .rrlapes and nuto1 the Gazettehour.
This m m
The beach I "like to mind my The Gi/.ette-Xews: Popularity c ntest. coup JELHMARMALADES
her 1 around
two past s
u.ed from pushing *' (>
LZ. BURDICK 500 feet after and uutl cu be two hours before SlDEN'S[ I I (seat, while I go out for a drink;:?" The offi'c by 1-Yuliiv.: ." P. M. of each week.NOMINATION I I nwnddrttestoiindtilrouh ; AND
hours an average of [> nI<:.\'H I of chivalry is not past.-LondonL'hronicJe. i ;. nrovs of TKOPXAL:
high tide, thus giving age i- I'
CONTRACTOR automobit- I I :lil.-n<< oranges; PKESEkVCSSpecial Miss Uol|
or eight hcui. for Shoes, __ iI ----
end BUILDER'ettages seven Dry Goods I- i l lrivithrou! : tropi Attention to .
u Specialtyhstttabsfurni ing some p-it of each day. Men's Correct t I Family Orders alit Qu.M.ss
tI i il forests! to Hpan-
"ited Seabreeze ycA Daytona: Beach each Wear j I Individuality. I j: llir.HInT AV. .KJ>, AT|
-l drivel toancient
All Work (iuar- population;: : of approximately a special: ; > ruins; Pan- Am.-rl.-! K .. Mam,
have a pcrraiticut To each intellect |
Acoas from 1'au- ,..,-II h'II-I:.:! a'n.t Ts'
)t wnteed.Seabreeze,llorlja / 15l.O. Sanitary strec'sand ordinances Tin- se.i,>.ide' Inn I power. We belong: fo{ ourselves, and i I COUPON.The 1; '? iy built by sl"';'.... \\.... 1/1'1, J-.P.t-':,, M t. ua !
I are nt'Y enforced: control. of our own when we I of Ion:! ton-l'ha-j, ten
J we lose >" 1II.II1t..r8
: Earl' Mrs. i.
and Inul hI ana: baser
I sidcv.i.s -:t:. well kept as, fast! I. !, try (lo be some\ one else. The original first vie-of t these niiipuns, snt in for etch contestant ( -<>. and drives to :tta._Itlnntrt.l:.u1+ M s.: He:
new strectse i.ng opened : VANDE i VORD((1D i magneticcuter for the I . plantations of
V.C.GRANT de L : mind is : ." Only one of these coupons tf
as the iGCivasi.-g pc'palation I mind- Hut the i iI entitles them t.) 3, M I fre votes. j :. ,-i>ltuhle settlers MM.s l
i 1: attraction of other ,.
PLUMBER mands.: Bsi-J--f hotels and boardinghouses (' .nl r.'l"tor fur each contestant.I ; n.u.i placeslire r.-- \
lodestone loses nothing IIattr.1don; will l 1)e allowe l to :
\V ter, st"iun r.dI there is ample cottage acco- JdASONWORK I I 1 'liIl1'nc\\ I i pte with the list-'r- POU1'Dr.flW'li \ ltr u
the same.
Gus I'itling: moiiatioa fc.' all winter; vmtOto; in 1 ol Ail! Kin.NOoniTotirurMnus ;: It remains I | -T ofHouthernI u

t I l': onl' 165-iil: :! both lawns. hidi-walkB.. t.DAYTONA .-!.! 1 Age. II I nominate Mr., Mrs. or Hiss......... ... . ...... .... .. I,' iratand one of the flowers.'most in- ORANGESand Ml: l

: 1).YTlIS.\HI-\CII I All the .t'I'\:'!'.'.I1CSS cf Scabrcczcapflics I I KK.U 11 !: A Goal He Had Never Reached. i t'rtins of these

I .Mi.'RILA! I ..I towns t to-iiiii; r,so." '.-,n.Fcach 11ILrly: situated.the two i I i I world"You are exclaimed the greatest a newspaper Inventor' in man the I ... ..... ............. .of... .................. ....State ..... .. .. ...... I! Ii n'.u.tlions mlwafe-ra Is of nt t the h.- Qrapefruit-

I, PINEHURST The tk'vcK-jv5,...1 ,>, Daytona Beach '' FITZGERALDOATES I i' Alexander Craliam: Cell: I I| ll.ilifax und known Best Grown
... j-Iiaiomiaal: as its friend. I'm not." said |: Is I Moundiirnve. It ..
I has: bean: *;> > & "Oh. ro. my I II candidate in The Gazette-Nero contest. rod"on Ht.Angu.tx'
{ l'i-iun Ilrlr.Daytona>,nlii. sister ou t!hI.'rt!', and each year !' 'I Professor I'.ell.: \ "I've never been a as a h 014"! of the nnrI -" 1\o"IIhl1.' \.

.a 'I''; Beach there is: a svb,.:ant.al growth. The j i r\llOrter-J.mlit>s. Home Journal. ,' or ni'-eirroveson':'..wt of Florid t haCu' an,1: b '1iie9North fir>

:\IOtkrll....". ('011\111 Ita to.,. <'0I great s.cd d.n.-:; have been leveled I LAWYERS i: Nominated l bC. ............. ...... ....... .............. ......... aul i. amid very JK'TKli; UKMONDBecd
and ii ,;la>o.r.c Iioir.es have been !! Plain Talk. '
'I F K.'usonahlr." I i'r"'ty surroundings; Knox 1'r1'ecd
::1 I Airs. \V. M. Freemant'nprLtor built Icr ho'h winter and all-year- : Daytona, Fla. i "8h:1\'('," said the crusty person la- Mouudijrove 1* on Company.Job ,.

[ JL r ,und c .cir>tt:::cy. i ronlcally."Close?" Inquired the barber.: of .... .. .......................... ...... ........ ............State.Vbile .................... ........ j;i th--August aytoui-Situt i in.- road. :t'1tt' Pu.!office I

**************"tttttitt.rttirktttttit iMr, .No. I'm not close, but,If that's I'm not what In \ it is not necessary: that a coupon lie used, it will facilitate --- -- --- -
ik*********** i; the habit of giving: tips! -- -
r1v executed at : I you're driving nt." matters to send one for each contestant. I'nder. no circumstances -

! r' i Fine Job J b P Promptly will the nominator's name be divulged. Finely executed at- ,

Printing g, Gazette News Office. :tS tS rules lie who prejudices relpns, desires within and himself fears! and ti The Jazette-Xews; Contest Manager. Printing this office.I .

: more than a ktnIIJton.: l l'fflr

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I E Choice Port OFdDO River Front Property F.tie'r\r;, ,

Fronting a clear stretch of river; no marsh. Ridgewood Avenue and New Smyrna 'f .

/ : Road on two sides. River road and street on other two sides F',


Improvements .being made on all sides of property. F


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i Attractive terms will be made Q I I Lot 1 200x346, $ JJOO.

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to build on til. !
to anyone buying I Lots 3 and 4, 79x346 each, .t. fi.

of these lots. g: for both each. 1' .
any I $750 or $400 .1 (1L

These prices will be maintained Z ,I 1'1 I : Lots 7, 8, 9 10, II each I u

for thirty days, but we o J i I 79x346, $300 each. ,

: reserve the.nght to raise them S Q : i! Lot 12, 100x346, $350. ..:. .i

after that time. o : Lot 13, 100x346, $400. 5''I'. p
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: -- The second prize to be awarded to ticipate either as a nominator or a The Rajahs of Bustar. .NNO.NNONN8eN0.O/NNN,.N....: -

EYES / the contestant securing the second' voter in this contest. I The rajahs of Bustar are hybrid

HWEffi-HALITAX ; I, ALL largest number of votee consists of;, Rule 5. Candidates will not be lajputs.: claiming to be of the family J

ties a scholarship to Columbia College,' restricted in securing subscriptions! : "--f the moon and have reigned in Bus- \ A Fine Winter Home i

(nag prop in with m ?atORMOND Li f the well-known institLt'on at Lake but may secure them in any place in tar for between live and six hundred I

rest NOW WATCH City, Fla. This scholarship! is valued the Untied States. )'t>3rs. The faunly bears the name! of I I.!I. 4 -

|tins[ at $100. ; I Rathputty. and every year tie rajah!
Rule C. Only nominating coupon -
one has to sit the rail the festival of !
on at !
[ion nits .' The third prize to be awarded to entitling each contestant to ;;;,V00 the IJusse'rahH'ariu:? the Jewels of { p House of sin:: *>m<. t ''Irni..lu..I) ), Lath'. .lnd l toilet: ..It''I':?' i uc: 1ii_ hK: city -

[and !-. FORCOUNT. I the contestant securing the third votes will be allowed. I the goddess: Dunte>: htt-,irre. the tutelary: 1 water; h''a'ltif.rll..t.! t ;:;xl.-"I' + {ftet. )I.. < ali-n "M :
largesC! number of votes coas'stsof : :
lion. ( goddess of the Mate, tt hlch are bnuuLt; '=
'- I ,
1 : .\\cMie
J i a scholarship! to DroughtoVs Rule 7. All votes must Le in the 4.nl' :
from Dautawara temple fur the pur I
for I I Practical Business College! of Jacksonville , ballot box by Friday ;3; p. m., of each I
1 un' old :
log did i
A ,wi Fo nut In the 'Fla. This scholarship: : is week. i PRICE $3OOCf.{ :
I I I "tave::? for the jewels be i is clad only .
'on. hurricnuevoullnnd. KNOW TOE STANDINGS! valued $;30; will Rule S. Votes issued cannot be I .
at and
Iritbm III'' t h n TO 1 j give some one' la wreaths of Cowers, says a \tnr!*'-: ''e 0

Tli., world bas PII"! ,- the chance of securing: a goad business transferred to another contestant. in the Wide World ":utl when w- .
\t In
such .
| >son winter coin.ortnhif : Ii education free. i Rule: t 9.> No votes will be allowedon saw him he l ioketl very SOh'II1l1-al I e 0
>-1111I1)| nroun lus lie l' Of ALL I I held' over most ashamed of lumsoll lie
IOIIK the shores of I. The fourth prize to be awarded subscriptions more -as {1a.a1 ; f EDMONDSON & DONNELLY I

thearui 'Ill Halifax. I consists of a beautiful. mission writj -' than one week after being secured I us. !

Ieln 1 IA)N.: KlHHKRXAy. j t.ing desk valued at $25.; This desk by contestant. Subscription must "In connection with tins wremonj I-
.ub- 4 MANY ARE ENTERED IN RACE j 1 with' there n,cil to l II e a l brutal custom ufdrjijrglng 'O..o+ ...C.000.0.0.d..i0..OeN00.ON wt .0.l/et..ON.0
[ j was purchased from the) stock of the be turned in promptly together I

1 ALL OX i, AND WORKING FOR PRIZES BY I Bingham & Maley Co. of this city,I! the money collected for them toeswill ; ; the rath, a:a huge< sort of .i\l uptTuaut

land ''H WHITK: TO and is now on exhibition at their be issued when the money is received car weighing:; many tons over .eeeedriieiieii.cet.ii.II.iee. ..t.e...Q 11uae.itl.o.ilieiit.i.
SECURING SUBSCRIPTIONS OF I II the holies i of live buffaloes often only' .

fruit MACONTHORNTON I fctore. I but the contestants: may retain partly' killing: them. : Do you want to buYor !
whenever -
tht'se.otft5 and them
I any FRIENDS. I Seven other prizes consisting: of cast "This horrible practice was stopped: .

rebate certificates, will be awa.ded. they wish. by British officials." : rent t property In :
interested In the Great : T- ,
ling.I Everyone I These certificates are transferable Rule 10. Nominators or contest

I ife Popularity Contest >watching; the unj ft ill be acceited for their: face ant's in the Gazette-News' ccntfit I Indispensable.Three 1e I, :. Daytona? :
Lay I
ORMOND Dally News for the standing of the value I must agree to and accept al! .
as part payment on a Chapin camels l presented!' themselves :
: We have the :
[ach I IXTKKK8TED: : WAY Y contestants which will be published Upright Grand $-10;; piano. Certlfj-j I rules and conditions. at the dock where the ark was' tied up. r and the best. .

Saturday of each week. Rule The reserved toIejeet whereas animals of kind .
rgl IN: PROPERTY I rates may be combined but credit for! 11. right is but two a
Ind : A ballot box has been plated in ''II of contestants for a had been called' for. : from v
OKMONI) > OKOKMOXIIRBAOII more than $2.o:? will not be allowed'j any name : Extending 7,500 buys one of the best residence

jthr ,! : ) ; Hankins' drug store where the votes I upon the purchase of one piano. cause also to alter these rules "One of you fellows will have to I : River to Ocean : on Ridgewood Ave. Completely e
the I H' Will caw r i step asidef= shouted Noah
Give| Your are to be HOW TO ENTER. J should occasion demand. very per r furnished and located on .
t a
lok- Huo.III.lI.rorupttltnUon, To show the contestants that the Just clip the nomination coupon I Rule I.. Any: fiueslicn which shall emptorily.But : corner lot. Call on :
\ Is fair basic three the three ships of the desert!': : FOR SALE OR .
end contest run on a out of each issue of the paper and arise: between the contestants will RENT r .
smiled' .
Its prominent citizens of Daytona have I' l-e determined by the contest manager knowingly."I. .
fill in !the name of the person whom "
said the first! of them, "am the r M. L. Waggoner '
m- been selected as judges and will count and her dec's.on'! : will be final.Respectfully : : :
you wish to enter as.) a contestant, :,
thl camel which shall pass through the
JAS.J CARNtllUHMOXD [II the votes Friday afternoon at ;5; o' : BINGHAM S THO IPSO
C Cd I yours
} with the address written plainly, or': eye of a needle sooner than a rich man I : Office People's State Baak. : {'

FLA. clock of each week. if jou do not hate a nomination cou-j j Miss Fay Settle, shall enter<< the kingdom; of beaten. I. .
t"nura't\rf'f of Anyone desiring to see the contest pon the name and address! of the i Contest ManagerA "I," said the second, "am: the camelwhich .t.IIfl.....I.i.....I.... !' .........................I t tl : '

for Pure Home-Made manager can do so by calling at swallow while ---- 1 -
I person as a candidate. The name of i I| so many eople)

.ro-+ GUAVA JELLY the Gazette-Xews office between the the nominator will not be divulged. Famous Vine. straining at a pnaL" WNN i" m" n l. 'ti b.NN I VNN'm". 1 I V (

ant! I hours of 2 and 4 p. m., of each day. HOW VOTES ARE OBTAINED. In the Cumberland Lodge portion of "And I." said the third and last
MARMALADES AND "am the camel whose back broken ski
0'' TKOP.C4LPKESEKVC3; DAYTONA.Miss Votes may be secured: by securing: the royal gardens at Windsor there i is! n was !

Holt -MfcCorkle. subscriptions to the Daytona Ga I vine known all over England as the by the last straw." CfllAD-flATES REALTY TITLE

)l) Specie! 'l Attention to Cumberland Lodge vine, which Is n Whereupon Noah, perceiving that i r
,n. family Orders Miss Queenie Bell Sullivan. zette-News and totes will be i issued posterity could ill spare any of these ,
shoot of still older vine which
n prows
t, IIIf.MPtll AF AYDtl "AT Miss :Margaret\ Parker. upon the following basis: and would be lost for Illustrations
I'mi ,\rn<'rli i V: ,. I at Hampton Court, but the shoot has
l* r',-ill/tt-1I;! iitton Miss Anna Mabttte. TERM PRICE. VOTES. without them graciously made an exception -

,, , L)'. .. 1/lI('! : Fri.ul.: Miss Margaret Shields.Mrs. 1 year . . . $ 1.0:; .. . 5,000)) I far outdistanced Its parent in dimensions In their favor.-ruck- AND INSURANCE CO. I ISC.C.j
!\ -' 'uarl'-stun and productiveness. In England
on 1! i .ii.Mi.'inu Hiiri-bi! ...> L. H. Kowe. :2! years . . . 3.00. . . 12,5001:? :; : ,
t/' .... grapes are generally ,grown under i
m to' .ltlon..t.I..ul. Miss Bessie ltCann.t 3 years . . . 40.:; . . 1'OOdOi I II glass and the Cumberland I..ol.lr'int'! Its Great Fault.

t Miss: Mena: Pollitz. 4 years . . ., CJJO. . . 20,00'(' ':' has a ,great :glass; structure 12O feet Wilson l':.'re, Jr.. the note,! Philadelphia CONRAD BLOCK PHONE 128 i

r Miss: Neva Vaun.I :3; }'earc:0. . . . 40.000' I long:; liy 20 wide. all to Itself. Growing: architect, can f-rlriclso with delicate j

t r MOUNDGROVi!i I : Miss I Florence GiUens. 10 years . . . 13.00:; . . 100.0'' : with astonishing luxuriance the vlni wit arL-IritPftnre which be disapproves. : -

r0 Miss Marjorie Ilttzlen. 23: years . . . :..:;0. . ". :00,0"0; I spreads' Itself over a nxtf area of 2.4 t-) I A brother anhitcct In.?nrvl 1 1I
We to offer the :;
beg following
n ORANGESand Miss Virginia Maley. Who Cannot Enter or Vote- j square feet and bears :annually a crop Mr.I Lyre the other day tn en tsee < ;;

IPP "Mins Ethel Houston. No employe of the Gazette-New s'' of approximately a thousand lice: I one of his: latest: constructions.Carin a I from list of

HH j I Grapefruit-1 drays: Mary Mosey.! cf immediate relative of theirs will1 bunches of the I finest flavored grain-, I ? .iUIe! <- nnt far froir tin city I ;: our sir

ltd j be allowed: to enter this: contest as : These grapes are frequently{ found, on i ,
Miss Clara Wiikiustn.3It ( hall. :Mr. I'ysv: l l property:
>wn Best Grown the royal tahl. and the subjwt who It!;
Et i I (!>s Marie Far, :te. a nominee or voter. j I. bafidnlg s rrny! mad silently: null at ali
f'resetltr II 1 with n l In-'Uet" = flf them! e nhimself -
\ on Ht. Anecuit / ar .
Who Enter- the end of the insjn-cti the host
said l
,, :Mrs. Stites. I May ; .
t "|<> A tlto.TU.l.lleii..l eiders IiL'hly: fl'orl'l1.rrhp: d wcr
Ih, I. )Id Mll.sNorth Hobbs. Any white man, woman, boy o1: in nith: T :.uj.: ,; tones: -- a
: of Miss; I Roberta: shoot from tthlt-h tu! ::r'atille bas 1 := No. 12.J-.800. will buy furnished L-:
or- girl of /-"ood l i i- eligible t.; ] I ""Well hiitv ilo >'<'>ti like it? It's Pretty -
ll -TKt. OH.IOXI'I ''Miss Addle Deckr. /; repute grown was: planted, ) In I..;;. house on! Volusia avenue, four bedroom = "
TVIng .1, i think?
I I enter this great! popularity votftL':' c ci .111u't you -
Beed Knox rn- DAYTONA SEACH. Ju&t '! "1x< ('M!! -it! :"' :..IJIr.: C 'n-. "It has: : and bath, five rooms on first :,; _
Send in
content. your namo. !
on Becd Miss Virgina: Smith. Cliff of Natural Glass. only one fault." ,. floor. IQ' rr
I Hut nomination to the oa:sstmanagement | : -
a coupon A cliff of natural glass can be swnIn
Miss Ruth Ktating. "
; "What's that? tin other asked.!' -
Postofflce'lFinel7 I
\ of the Gaze:te-Nei\s. j 1 Yellowstone! park. It Is half a toilelong t;, No. 10--1:00.; five room furnish-
Miss Virginia Young. ) "It's fir"l.rn..t:1. the .ply.-Tx.:
r Miss May Fiulay. The JUdges- i j ;: and from 15o to 2!n O feet uiirh.!: chan?l'. d Ho-jse, one acre cf land Holly Hm, wr

Holland. The total count of totes will le the material of tt lik-h it COll"'i' i ists: being: : ; fruit tree. qw
Miss I Sallye '
made by a committee of three prom-j j as :;:lJolI I class; as that artificially manu: I IfilctUrl"l1. The Mean Thing. a'
Mrs. Eloise Smith. I I No. 119-7 acres land :SCO orange. ,
tt inent business men who will Le also- The dense glass which "Phyllis is' the meanest kind of n :gas: ty p
n at Mite Marine Swartz. peach and persimmon trees, 6 room :
lately dis"ntere6cd,: ; : pait'os.'! The colt forms the base Is from seventy-live to sip." I
"b this office. Miss Lena TomliifeOn.; a hundred feet thick, while the dwelling $2,003. w
miltee will be announced later. i j u1)PerPortion "What makes you think !so I; ?" ; :- IA'
Miss !Ina Henry. having suffered and surtited
ManagementFor ; "Uccau she never tells you anything i :: No. 103-S30CO, five acre bearing w
Muss I! Elizabeth Tilton.SEABREEZE. I many: ages of wind and rain has naturally i
tell her .
the purpose of making they! | 1lt'1'1''lf.' but gets you to a' grove, Sruth Ridgewood. ::
worn much thinner. Of course nil know." I r
1 1tyl contest a complete succc-ss the Ga1zelteNews the color of the cliff Is not that of nat you
Miss Pearl Wilson.Mks : : :: No. 105$7,500, new house on
has signed a contrictj: I I
ural ;:lass-tr:1ll"'pan'nt' and white-but ;
A Poor Plan. : Ridcjevnond,, : avenue.
Grace BuMick. with the New :Method\ Contest company .
Is mostly black: and In some places ,.
The trouble with !some men who II .
: Miss Violet Middlelon.i of Jacksonville, who make mottled and l streaked with brownish
atspecialty ; No. 106$1,200, two
: large deep
reach the top is that they {!Jo right on i
r :Miss :Mildred O Ul11. of conducting contents red and shades of olive green ami
ofj over anti. down the: other skle.-Oilea- I lots on South Ridgewood.! : ::
Miss Grace Homett. I this kind.! This company will furnish brown. Reconl-IIerald.: I t tts"
1 1r
PORT ORANGE. a competent and experienced ('oi.test''I i No. 120()- acres land, 100 orange :;

r :Miss\ Jessie DuPont. I manager who will hate complete con-j Exclusive.At A Parting Shot. II I c n trees, truck: land, 5 room cottage,

'. Its! Lena Sparkman. an evangelistic service Glasgow! ! ,mr $1,000."I
: I rol of the Contest Department. i| Cabby (badly worsted' In the dispute! )
HOLLY HILL. i the preacher at the end. of his addicts : I r -,..
To the PublicThb Well. 'opes as the nefour whIf.Itr'e
cried!, "Now. all you gad' people who : co: No. 107-$2.203. five room cottage :---
Miss Bessie Quattlohauin. contest it; to be the greatest: !j tikes. mum, wi!! bo an 'earse: )
I to to heaven with stand : Daytona and streets ::
LIST OF PRIZES: I ever inaugurated by any paper in moan ;po me. 1'11 nl'h. ; Cypress large
I UI:" With :surge of enthusiasm the i I lot. .It;
First Prize. .On Chopin Upright this section.We -----
audience !sprang;: to its feet ;all 11ut. Y
Grand Piano valued at.$4,0.00;; I have spared no expense to'I c.: No. 103-$1,500, small bungalow.; ,
an old Scotchman In the front) row, HAPPINESS.
Second Priz .Scholarship Columbia j+I make :Jit a ';ice wire proposition: who sat still. The horril l'(1 evangelist! : Before vo Nring happiness to :: West Magnolia: lot 50x150, almost I

I College valued at. . luO.oO that will kelp the community mach wrung his hands: and addressing:; ; him, h : happy ourselves, tea, newr i
1 o .!rs wo mj! e : -
Third PrUe..Seholarshi: ) Draughton's I| interested in the outcome. We are Raid, "My goal man: my Joo'tl' man ---f ( -
1'usiiKvs: College . . ::;0.00f ':endeavoring to give Daytona :11d'i,: t.1on'tou want: to po to heaven:" nor will:l lia, p ness abide within us ::: No. 110-$2000, truck farm T' _, I

i unless we confer it on others.: acres clr'd' 2 acres tiled, house at;
f Fourth Prize..One: Mission: Writ- !| c.nity; the iievteet: and most up-to; lut. Clear and deliberate came i tho! :answer I -

f in; De:-k . . . . . . . -5-0t! U county paper in the state, and te t-c ".\ 't', Awn pnnin: hut no wi'. Maeterlinck. a- _
Fifth Prize..Rebate Cerjiicate; : I licit: the hearty co-operation: of! thciuzeiii >. a pairsonally, C0:1: lhtt..1 i':ilrtjl": ; )
._ : No 11 -$3000, one of the best : I
valued at . . . ," . . :!:.o.tJOSixth ( ;in this contest. -- II } o
=r homes furnished
(\ 01 Ridgewood, large -
Prize .Rebate Certificate 'I To merchants who advertise i: \\ ftii : _JiR.: Ii!!:........ -:.: lot, :... .

valued at . . . . . 225.00::; () i I u# we wish to say that we t-xpt-c Io\ :-a garage. I c

Seventh Prize..Rebate; Certificate: (I. this contest to double our rip, u...11 \- it's a New Bock, .c-. No. 116-12,000 will buy a nice ...;; :I toCr ,

valued at . . . . . ..200.00 i 1! lion: and our advertisers will reall/.- ::: .,. home; five rooms and bath; hot a;. it ,N ww
I F i it's Souvenir Novelty
Eighth Prize. .Rebate CenHkaie 1 that it ;it; to their advantage to helpin a :: and cold w-ter; electric lights; cor I I .

valued at . . . . . . 113.00:; II this work by supporting; the <-on' it's something in Stationery and EngravingCALL ;: ner lot i 1 r

Xineth Prize..Rebate Certificate ) i t
: testants. ;
13 valued at: .. . , . . . 130.00+ ;: No. 123-A bargain at $3,600, Palmetto ( I t x
Tenth Prize. Htbate Certificate I Now Is the Time- ON OR WRITETheH.&W.B.DREWCO. ;I avenue, 3 bedrooms bath, completely j't I, I ':
i The contest begins with th's issue. furnished, condition. i
\ahied; at . . . . . . 123.00:!: is XOGt"It in ,' good x
the time to enter
Houses exactly alike in siMe: rON d
Eleventh Prize. .Rebate: ; ; Certificate: in ;: t
before the others
the race get valued at $6,500. j
valued at . . . .. . .. 100.00 i
the lead. .

Rules for the Contest- ,-r A. 25 acres near city limits; 15 I

Total . . .. . . Sl.S50.vO;) 1
i Rule 1. AU money for) subscriptions acres fenced and in cultivation; 6-

1,100. awarded The first to the prize contestant which securing will be I I shall: be paid the con tl-st many 45-49 W. Bay St. JacksonvilleAND I j room house and barns $2,000. ; i 1

I ager.
I !the most votes consists of a genuine B. Lot on Ridgewood in Holly I
r6"each I. I Rule 2. Contest manager's Ms.ai : I
Hill. 150x309 $500. t!
$450.00;) Chapra Upright Grand
i I Dire must be affixed to all totes before
Piano. This; piano is a wry fine in YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND
value : thecontest.
each. they are of any q :;: C. 15-acre hammock grove; trees i ,
strument of special artistic merit of f t iL
SATISFACTORILY.We [ c:: seven years old and in full bearing; ;, _

lit each i. high grade and quality, latest ease? Rule :3.: Ballots cannot, be bought.;: :-: near railroad west of Kingston $3,000 ; i i T t ,a
design, selected figured vaueertd The content will be run on a fair I
highest double veneered inside D. PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL .
t basis, fair for all. Vo'e.s can only _
I and out, handsome solid: mould! be obtained by securing subs<' tons are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin r c:: FOR SALE; CENTRALLY LOCATED -:::

fags and han -caned truss**, handcar ., :: WELL FURNISEHD CAN i, , )
350. 1 j i I either new renewals or old or by China and Orangewood, New and ; ; ;:

>ed capitals%: and music rest'I,: cutting the nomination or frt.e v.>/te SHOW PROFIT OF OVER $2,5CO ;c

i400. rounded corners. hand'p\Jiiwed mi I ceitifcati; > out of each :i.sne.r Exclusive Novelties. :- LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH st: i

rored surface, automatic e1ter.sionmusic ; l I I Rul 4. N" etnpoye: or nn>!11111. r r TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS.- r 1 ,

desk artistically caned,,'' (If 11-': fangs; \\:11: b.- :allow] .il t to p'ir- $13,000 ON EASY ,TERMS. .. 1'

noiseless rolling fall board with i'j
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: y ycr
------ - E. Small cottage on corner lot on Q.
nickel-plated continuous hinge fill 1 _ _ _ _ _ _._._ _._ ._._._ ._._._.. .t-..._.............................................
block of selected hard rock:11',1'" .............. .. t t .TTTTTTTTTTTTT Ridgewood; lot 100x1 SO; fruit trees: P

built! in and cross-baud,. r. :.. well, $800 on easy terms. n;. i' I 1
13'ANY I
up layers : ! The New Excursion Steamer co: '
warranted to withstand any clitn.ite SOUTHLAND i ..
composite metal frame, iiup>rte;I : TO THE PICTURESQUE TOMOKA CABIN : e. r' I :

blued steel tunings, three strIloverstrung : ,. .w. \Ve have some very attractive river front property q i -

bass, special: l repeatnu:.: a"','j\ \ FIRST TRIP TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7th, AND DAILY EXCURSIONS THEREAFTER in Port Orange that can be sold on reasonable terms :;
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tion German u.hor: hauimor 1'.1.i 1. :-, 1I'f_ t
I:. d \. !f' ,:: ::,r. "f :'.' : ... : : and at bw I, {
heavy best quality: illlp.n'd f(':t Iixaer ,' .: t .\ 1 I. .,-I. i '.it ] -.1 i'" I'' :' I ; : I I : : .. prices.We
': t ? :11't""I'1' \ ,', '1'- : 1 Ii'' i'. ',' .t t t ', .. rt.i': ,:, I I': .j" ': '" .. - -._ .. .
muffler! utllhrII.t: !i : i'r rt. ? .1" i.\rJ 1"1' : ; ; ,. "till -" .
; t-! I H L;,. I i i\. Alt'..: !l\l"; ; \; ">rl-I : :::. f Si 00 the; Round Ir.f: I .ip.ul'\!': 1 H"{ 1 i.''L-' I.:1: :.; : ; .:, ; :, : : : M a
tea year? qu. rt .r- n\ :t-i.; O: t'i'i)' ;, s -- - -

cover i h silver: : I 1 1-:: dr. ,,- ;".,.t : DAILY TIME: SCHEDULE :. ;: have a general insurance agency and :-

quality ktt, made ill (:.: I;' ,: :.... '1"QJ1 I i .' > ;i 1 1'1 : .' .: ' G ::61 a'most' ST: l l
I. I.('-tv"'- 1'r.mi': I. ::: can insure against everything except: ;
,)'. I. -.1 t 1 .. I I' ", i, *; II-.IM; l I'I ;.t:ltl Hrume!= ..u., t u..... ...:. ... :.. .1 "I{ : )
Wi.1! ;t : c:it l1 t J Ilft'irn: to 1'rr::','r ;" "',,. 11.+ ". k. .1 t/.l.< .. :: frost and taxes. 2: :

be ..1- !.1i :. :
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r JOHNSON RENTS NEW BIKES at Reasonable Prices. "Kjg$n. cFx 142 rls.-f- RINOS.1"Bicycles :: .:: * * +
GENE Delivered within 10 minutes cf phone call ,, 5 THE WE
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t .ez.la2G..I..Dsa..I..I..a..8 u ;. ../0/.../. /0/.!./01.1.1.../.....1.=i eooeaoeosaoty eoar CIKl ext oetaat3oooooe-- .taN.... <1 + probably.P
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: I HaveYouTried : i BARNES ; I 1 .+ portion

i ShirtVaists> and i .. Our Stock of Groceries? .I, n. THE NOVELTY MAN Q. 'I i B.A'i1'r'LN.:: t>fil J'' I:, * *

The stock is fresh and up to date I MI"IN! "'tlltioflt'r.\. and !x-liool ,nppli-- -. S .
t : 2 and we are sure we can please you m Phonographstwini" ; )III<'IIIII' -. U
= with anything in the line of 1'"l"it''I. iI'I'u''k. rj. c.:,--\'a"111. ""..

: Dresses Call and let us: show you the : H groceries. J .. t Notion-'\ \. r\ .. FI-hlll_ T.ieUi., To\" aunt i S. Yes we hate a new li;lC :of: Ladies and Children's '- :' Sixth Sea

: new waists and dresses for : We Carry the Best J .: BARNES : g B::+l.1g: Suits, also Caps and Shoes. I -: M

: 2 and our location enables us to sell a0s 5 ,. .. .." "".' \utu..ut". e'n..t Suit-. $ii.a.1.'oats. . 0BI
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I : Already our sales in this line have been very.lar e and \\1:1: al.o frniii.- Four PUturtlx t] ll"U -. ". I- ti..- '," rijhtThe .r
spring.: aa e a cheaper becausz our expenses 0 ""III" 1.O1l1\: ,]>- unci ,","ir.IIo". -hort"'n o \\ :it; .,it, ; ." .1-, II-! Th'I".tttlalll p i : r : j REMarsh
.0 our first shipment will soon; be disposed of. Do not delay purchasing II B are lighter. J : },.1I1" I'IIW" allticth"rT'N.i"lInt l rf]>:nr a Z D.o
>E I ;alll1t1 :,iethn.'! :" that! j I- tlut."hu'k:! g ,
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a : \ our stock is large. : GIVE US A TRIAL < o III t.et.or: ( : am want i-all on m g

... - ... .: SHEPPARD'S-' GROCERY/ \ a: BARNES 0 S" i Chas. E. Gardiner Co., -I., : ,y A

: West End of Central Bridge e ;.' seiiJii: !B"'h Str.t." . 1'11'. tuna Fill.n, .
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t i Theatre DEVOTED TO I _
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usementS i i Bicycles I II : Produce :.

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H: NEW s tent help we can do the most : Fruits and Vegetables : -:_ I

!! I satisfactory work. I :. Alwas Fresh =r'U

!I f w DAYTONATHEATRE !. GRAnAt' i1,1 TIiO 1 PSO t" I :U J. W. Ball & Son .. T

HighmClassMotion Opposite the Yacht Club I : No, 237 North Beach St. 'Phone 55 :

: e&CcHM..CO..NHeoMlPortuguese -.1.i.E.a.I. ...0 e C.....101I r

1 t A-7L4 I I II and Codfish.; |I I W. M. SHAFFNER--

Pictures It 1 N nn lllt.rt'.till"LId i t tlmt: :: the fishermen I

of northern l'ortirMl;;I started)
Real Estate and $$3,500 IS !
antl devi-li'iM-d lit> Cellini: industry on I I

I TO-NIGHT the "banks" off the northern coast ufAmcrii.i. .

f and. though;:! they now s >:id Fire Insurance ONE

: I fewer ships their laMe for salt' cod.

Tableaux With Songs and Instrumental Music I fn.ui :Newfoundland is nnili-t It..l-in 122 South Beach Street

fact, it is a national Portuguese dain ----- REPREr+T
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Under Auspices of Palmetto Club ty. It I U found in every little grocery

sltop, hard and brown as a Imard. A ceoswe (
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1 Proceeds to be used toward purchase of I. number j .
: 0 pen CD" >t"2:30Sucnv .. : homo on the inlands to the south of I %. .. i ':.-:.... .. s. ( .) n l
FOR I _ the mainland: of Massachusetts' and ill : Kf: 'C." :::.-
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PUBLIC SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Ii :\"EW YmY lInen maiden hero: the, raven: dark locks eyes and of a the certain Iberian(picturesque : 'ifj/ -. .'. ..SHILDREN'S . ,

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This connection with Portugal NEXT M ]
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SATURDAY NIGHTRojnds1 ; dates back many years ;:-
: Mr. and MiU.; -. H_ Allnn arrivedTnurtday "LOST-Gold;( u-lt! pat: -.ft tit It ships of Marthas Vineyard bridgingthe ; SETr.ulh. 4REhe

I 1 uftenuon.; from Fort 1'1a:1I: tuiquoMmatrix, on Reach street; !bee- distance and returning EYES
Ladies' Orchestra over sea: CCannot
All Star .
Iii : X. Y.. and joined )lr. Allen'sitei; -, tweet (.'lark's store and "The ('. with Portuguese crews.-Exchange.: I

Reserved Seals at Hankins' the Misses I : :Margaret and Matilda .\I.I I. dars." Finder letve; at Clark's stoic be too carefully safeguarded ,. 'I.

I It'll. at their winter licmt- on Fair and receive reward. (Gl-w Jack Cade's Manument.At for they tliave but one pair to lasta :,

.-- in Hupland. is farmon lifetime. If there are indicationsof ,I4'X" utt
.... i -'avenue.. Ileathlield. a
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_ Mrs. May Culberson and daughter uhicli still stand the remain of an anything wrong with your child'seyes /
I Fiat Miss Fannie, are the guests: ofIr.: ..t. (n It, .
*New York dressmaking. old stone house that Is saM' oneo tn bring him or her and I will fit

clash, :5'l6; So. Palmetto. JS-Ct( and Mrs. \\'. II. Gardiner on South have lvn the home of the notorious I thrill with Glasstt; to correct the aul'lIl" ./, "

Palmetto avenue having arrived '-it ii.N .
treatment is neeI'oolr -
trouble. If medical
Jack Cade. Whether or not Cadf everlived
John 1 F. Gillis arrived Thursdayi today from Marion, Ohio. _.,, uih
Your Are in Town I there can never 1 be accurately determined I will tell you K>
ai'e ::i sht from :Manchester, N". II., and : p' :-or.]
but there I Is the
joined Mrs GiIli who has Leen \...15I .1. II. Donnelly, ot the Cdmondsoii no disputing Dr. Neville H. Clark Gl.ni i l
y \Vc invite inspection I fact that he was! killed in that neigh:
examine methods and consult us upon terms. -
Call and our &
;ting her Liother. \\ .\. IJennett Dounelly real estate firm, purchased I..II' \
believe in thorough accounting by all banks to the public\ I 'i borhood. On the main road not far .
and a home Volusia.tvtnue. Thursday afternoon the E. I> t h.
their on ; oiiMith
and wife at OptometristLook
house, stands
from the ruins of the anlOnunlt'nt
and their patrons of the bank affairs. \Ve believe the strength of our resources . I \V. Rose residence property at the tt.l..t. tie;' U u
with this in!>'TlptIonNear:
and the stability of our rnmuemrnt'iIl: : appeal to you. I corner of Magnolia and Palmetto av- for the Sign of the EYE. .. ? ..
I I. this shot Was'-lain the notorious relx1Jack
I of tableaux the punh.se including the I ,, .,
A splendid program -

I\ \\ itli songs and instrumental music I house and all furoishi.ngs..t'n to sheriff of Kent A. It.I H:"1. His Imdy I a t tw : '" on

PEOPLE'S STATE BANKDAYTONA has; ; I/ecn arranged by the "i\1c de- I :h,- hand: .ome and costly Persian was currle to London and his heal rn i ; i >- e'

l! l.i.irtment of the Palmetto
FLORIDA. | i entertainment to be given at the I horse: with his family upon the depaiuiic the success of all rel els. and this for- I Iu >"

i llaYlona theater tonight.;. The pro- ', ot M Ir. Rose and his familyoiiutinie I tune chanceth ever to traitors.: I GREEN GOODS

1'r. ..1.1 U'.M.1'.I.KI.1NL. 'l. \1. E. XltTKIt i I'.eds! are to be used for a curtain forfI't' next month. Mr. dose exI'M ;d'xh,'.\ ,
Vuv-l'r. ,I,1 I nt-. Co. IS. SK/; VM.VX.: :\1. t.. W.U..uNEI; :. ' luvtotia high school.M.llinery :. "!-; to sail with hit family! for Europe \ The Largest Islands I II u

I the lath of Hay and they may Australia has lung; been classed as - tluJo wi.
I the least of the continents and not as I
: I; opening; Saturday at !ina..i: : abroad t her a year or IIIltr". Ii i I IU\ .,M II.
inland. The islands
nn largest;: are
T We are carr\'ing a (''''111 plete. .
A'V--f-7 Claik's millinery store on the Shell graded downward iu the order of their da\ n.fis.
v v y v
iMMt.; South Ueach: street. Everything ] SMOKING MERRIHUANA.It size, as follows: Greenland S.0: ,<>uO line of Green: (roeries, in- ,1,

it new. N'o o'd_ stock left. Uiiixuuk square miles; New Guinea 31 .OOO; dulliug : 111., a
( .
Ilorneo 2"').0(0 Madagascar: 220.000.; l In.
of Willow Plumes and Pana Fills Mexican Peons With Something ;
llta,.;. Good display of I Htest style- I Like Delirium Tremens. In the absence of exact surveys these ">.< "r'! (oI
areas are rough;: estimates and must be Golden Wax Beans "I I h.
t.U.Jt; \" and
;.n h.itfc.: W -r bus"; w..rlll are :iini>iu;: I
considered only approximations but
I I the tidbits In which the :Mexican IIt..a Ill :
1 1 14 ZJTJJIot it Is not likely that careful I measurements
delightlie catches. Ills Green Beans :.II"' ,,1111 (ttl t
Fred .\. Stillman left Thursday af- ; bug as they will introduce corrections so I
\ baths. Ifoopt'r's Barber Shop. !Remember keep everything iriadc. skim long the tif fresh hvu.. II M.-n .nud
E ternocn for Tampa, to attend the ; toj r large as to change the order of the I
-- I : : >' and gE>lIt's'earill apparel fleeting of the American Pomolosical imiuln. drying; them and then 'ali!::,' four. Australia Is but slightly! ; smaller i CucumbersCauliflower Town) u;
II. .\. Spjiluig: representing the at the Bee Mite North Heath St. ::..tI I, star'; out \l lti
society which Is being held in that them with as much zest us iu .1lllPi; than the continental United States excluding -

New Orleans: agency of the :Mergen- city in conjunction with the Florida can l III oy eats i lot>anuts.: As i..ir as th," Alaska.-Ilxchaage.: ti amount
thaler Linotype company, was in the I \\'m.UNI., wife and daughter, their aiming the l>
Horticultural society, Thursday, Fri fHM.n can explain it. flavor i i-
city Thur..tlu overhauling the typesetting who had been at Schmidt's hotel for day and Saturday of this week. Mr. something ou the order if the rh, st His Wife's Mother Course.: Tomatoes II! t th. r\
I machine in the Daily News: some time and were 1 It t u,
passengers nut but as no white uum has ('\cc -
Stillman :
to return Sundayor \Iul'I-Ir
expect your grandma has lost nil
. office. (:11 the steamer I". S. A. on her last :I Monday.FOI1 tri d "-atln;? water lnrj<. or if It! his her teeth, !to.I".'s she eatVIIlie- Peppers i ih i. ti,

tr'p: to Palm Leach did not stop at I II i doesn't dare confess It, the exact ta>tc I heard pa ray she had a biting I h.Mi -"

i **IIa\e you toted in the Gazette- I that place but continued to Miamiby of these :Mexican; morsels (':m't IK tie tongue Itnston : !Mript.Hdncntion .. a..

News (;Jre.it Popularity Content yet! rail. S.\LE-Krit road- ter, 22:!1': sent,ciiery nc('nrit.'ly. They Always Fresh. a shoe
i Do so at once, by all means. 7-Gt I II I h. p., nimble .wat.: complete with Th,- Peons dote, t".", flU the nJ--e. N-glns the gentleman hut I tat; hit
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top. windshield Presto tank. too!s, fat I pulqno \\ Ttn. This like-t Is iib..rt
!I I 'Money to loan on good security. idlnir. jroinl; ri.inpanv Hnll reflaetbnmust d": II
I The operatic. concert at the new (*(.. In nice shape run only short two inches loin tun] half un Inch Uii! ,-k! .
11' 4'. gerald & Gates. tf liuKh him. I.k' '
I Daytona theater Thursday night under:1 time. T. P. Conpropst. Daytona Thy fry the dainty In grt'as..i.: 1 i I ..
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the direction of Thomas Wade I aue,! Beach phone 182. Gil4'tI pact it Iu bro\\u pajH-r |>:-kiirc' '' "f --- -- : DAYTONACOLD
t I.
4 ussisU-d: by 11it'tidl'le Smith and II I Mr. and Mrs. \\". A. Glazier cousins : -! a dozen l ,nrlU.hi'b fetch _' .'I"1IH; ,

Helen Leslie hates, is said to ha"eLe''l1 I i of Geo. A. Main and Mr*. MuioVsister. : a |pIIN| '>*. An hulustrfoo, ,01'pI"( \\1',11, STORAGE CO.R. _' , "v
I I The funeral services over the remains collecti makes a giNsl, living.
t largely attended and a highly Mrs. E. A. Main, who ha't'bet.u It.-.Lo..e..d..l ,
!I of William Allen, wlo died at The worm iiilial-iK the nnnC.j: "rpul D. JOHNSON Mgr !
i creditable entertainment. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Main at ..
his home on Volusia avenue Thursday > plant. fr. iu "lil.-h. . IN ii ljMi-.l! i: } i f iI ... J. ( ." j
---- their home onVeit Magnolia avenue I : ,
morning, will be held at the the ::1!:1It iiili-l. or (IKHICVJM.T.. ..1' ,1.
**lta\e nominated your favorite parted Thursday afternoonon .
you _
Hitl ha.mIal.'y: undertaking Mexico. After tweirty-foiir 'hour f' :rmental I )
in the Gaxette-Newg Popularity Coa- their return north. They were hors Saturday afternoon 2:30: par-o' i"n it I is very Intoxicating: Ait hit 1!
teat ? If not do so at once. to be Joined at PaUJtka by He11r.. at : .
yet er th- Me.\Inm has primal liiin- 'f I Die I : o
clock instead of at the residence Happy. Dear .
SiCLr Main who preceded them to that I as published Thursday it havingbeen with s.-\'l'rnl drinks of ugua mi.lin.l! .j."r ,.
city: Tuesday. :Mr. and :Mrs. Glazier has smoked half a dozen <-iuir.-tt t.' I.
found make I
to this:
J Herbert J. Chaffer, in reply to an will go direct to 'their hcmt* at Eta I' necessary made of the dried leaf of the m'ni- ,

invitation of friends. at Del and went was, Tenn., but Dr. and Mrs. :Main, change in the arrangements.For hunn.iv: .-Hil and brown paper InM i I Buy} Uo\ul!: Siaik-t fan < I

over to that city Thursday afternoon: will visit relatives at Atlanta Ga., ready for any crime of violence.This \ Ii

making the trip on his bicycle to I before returning to their home at Alfred sale at a bargain-Ten room combination of stimulant ami) goods, the finest food) I i Madam :

spend a week or more with them on N. V.'Ialyd house at C2I So. Hid ewood, lot 10<) narcotic Ills the effect: of deluding; the.

a camping trip along the St. John, front, 160 deep, plenty of shade victim Into thinking: that his encmj I products in the world.
and every }"v>n has n choice coHectionof !
trees all improvements electric!
river, hunting and fishing.Beach : by the week at Smith's restaurant : Have received that
niiilo':+-L 1* a pygmy In stature. At The I you
113:: N. Beach St. "S-61 lights, city water, etc. Everythingia is new and
cottages, fully} furnished, good repair.ddnt'>s box 00. tf the same time It gives him an Idea I i I stand up and sweep dustpan D

I, low rent, north Hotel Clarendon. Apply 1 that be Ii tremendously strong: amiwonderfully ) clean anti,) our pricesare ; for
; brave. So ho sallies forth I I which we have

Cherokee' cottage, opp. windmilL Now is the Timeto The steamer I'. S..1. arrived from to make mincemeat of his enemy" or I right. 'all anti et ? 29cSAT
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the south Thursday- evening with avery enemies and as a rule, lands: In the : I

Buy 1 good} passenger lL"t. as some of local calal-. ] II I
price on ease > ts t .
**The reason: everybody reads the: the travel i ia now turning northwardand One of the peculiar effwts of nierriLuana I it
If for
I i not call or send
DaiIre\\:; is because everybody Ii I tourists are moving both ways. smoking Is to distort! the sire

l wants to keep ported on what is doing i Capt. \\". F. :McCoy, who is in ('harge-j c.f ull animals, tnakimr them of en-.r- i > soon as the supply is

4 in and around Daytona.; If :Miss : GARDENSEEDS. of the I*. S..1., states that both the mou size attic horrible shape. Tlic

Nellie! Stiling will call at the Daily New Hockledse 1 hotel and the Hotel I i I smoker is! filltil with a horrible fear I getting low.

I News office before tomorrow night Indian River at Hocklege, have made: /oin.-tliinc like the horrors brought;: ..a I| Lyman Grocery j jI HANKINj:
by delirium l .,
she will be presented with two tickets a special rate of J2.2for; dinner, tivniens. A kitten r a These
i to the Crystal thettSe'en :'. i room and breakfast to paseenj'ers of: puppy h t. his disiortf-d vision jipp.ir' :
a< ?iiu- terrible! <--itun': .. A common: I Every Day is BargainlDay! 2 \\here \
the .
steamers 1. S. A ail} fvnui-ii- : *
fight 1 inIt: >xlt-u |is t., SHa ,"..nnrth"croa Here.
I let and I -
passenger car to tion of the Indian Rivr !:
f : The
SOLD AT I ,*>r. annul to the teeth. th l! .. I Interror ;: If v-- \V M H ,u , ,
automobiles stored at reasonableratce. U. S. A. will !heave aa5!:: f>r P 'ri from Iii, 1 .,, u- oit.... roo. T.,. ,, .
small "
SARATOGA S GAIUGH Beach '. .. a dog; tvhil I. ,I"-' !L. .it -',i. \\1, I I. .. _. ..." .. .,c .
twrn > .
Rhone 112. ULW Young's( Pharmacy o'clock. ; 'L/- !": :: 8 I Lls would knift feurie-wly t* his s;attack.>-1- any man with! i i : "" i.. ?. !-.I.. ,. < i .v.-.,, i ... ,'. i THE FOSTER CO.

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