Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00214
 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 11, 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: VID00214
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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[s and Children's Sixth Season-No. 62 DAYTONA FLORIDA SATURDAY
I FEBRUARY 11, 1911 15 Cents per Wee:
ind Shoes. t,
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c....t suiti.1 t Hhort Coats : ; &.IOCII,) ..
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S ..,., 1 WRIGHT :: :: DR 80H\\\Or5\\\ \ HOSPITU and S\'IHRllM\' RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies Stationeraud' Havana Smokers

.' f I WALLACES'W.I I Painting Paper Hanging I T fin...'.ni-lj..nt\First.il-'"'\Avenue rnitn'. I l-ti! _' ?.dthrouhoutwit,Ua.ttona!",ir\ roomnw':, Fla. '"\< I I , PRICES 111II Books QlI Only tir-t t quality: Acll: lured tobacco -

Co. I t t 219 MAGNOLIA Decorating AVENUE IIl1ho floor"llul"I"(| -I'|KOI"| ',,u'rp'!'.,"|i i i,in.i.\nltlll. m.: <|ir,II'iiion-M-coutl<".-..-.. Tlioroii.l'u : L.I I I., t II(I', ,H.I-S, rrS,, :,,.rr I I.t.I. ,\. 1" _. I Waterman GEO.Fountain H. CLARK Pens, NewsPapers I Vet Cave. Manufacturer u..1.: I

--- I I' '': - Phone iSi" C. C. liOHANNON.: .M.' U. H. ROWE & CO. and Periodicals D.itoua.: Florida.

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.........-.-..-.m.-- .... ' Marshal 1 Gore, under instructions from Mayor Titus, is enforcing the city ordinance compelling vehicles to keep- to the right-side :

'.me. Grown r! :J j I. of the street and will "pinch" every driver he finds violating this.ordinance. All drivers should help by observing the law. r T J


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!al Estate and f {$3,500 3I, MUST BE RAISED ; a\.itor mo-,1; ;. talked ill I the ot busiiios and best because advertised of HUNTTRIAL.II IN RETREAT LEAVING PATH .

With a Fly Swatter. We have them .
his ojus.
e InsuranceSouth over the sea flight from Key l
ONE O I E DAY FOR THE I WORK. West. An exhibition by this aviatorat DESTRUCTION

Beech StreetfDREN'S Daytona would be the biggest attraction EL PASO. Tex., Feb. 11-A detach
>: DEf[ S[ m HAS \ I G
I I Imel.t i
I that could be secured for the t ; \ \ ot IusurRents blew up two '
i I \ REPRESENTATIVE OF GLENN H. I city. The members of the soliciting I I'I GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE CO. I. !h -:.due* on Northwestern railroad

iaN committee will make effort BEGINS TMG T G 1 south of Jaiirez this
!t CURTISS CONFERS WITH LOCAL a strong i TBIIW. morning and
t 'I to bee! (" 't'ryJodon\ the streets and "II You Don't Trade With Us We Both! Lose Money." I ;tore up l.::. links of track, making; it

COMMITTEES HERE THIS in the business; (places! and hotel proprietors .. ... i !imi{>o.st! Y CASE MUST END BY FIRST OF !
J MORNING AND MUST HAVE ANSWER !I ( Monday but will probablynot ------- _ uI ;,| his forte of 1,000 Federal rf>inforctwt r =_
be able to personally approach WEEK AFTER NEXT WHEN I' >nts to reach Jaurez today.
i' TO PROPOSITION BY all who would be willing to subscribeto I!! I The mam column of the Rebels i!"
;<, this fund. All persons who are fAMOUS IDlES fOR i JUDGE JONES BEGINS' ANOTHEF moving southward in retreat and
NEXT MONDAY NIGHT DATES not approached by the committee, or TERM OF COURT. leaving a path of destruction behind

i any }persons who desire to subscribeto The Federal officers claim the retreat .j N
SET ARE MARCH 28, 29 AND 30.
I the fund, are requested to report Much: interest :K : t-mg> taken in the I of the Insurgents is due tjealoiiy <.
If the necessary amount of money the amount they are willing to give trial of the co,, 01 Helen Hunt vs*. j among the leaders.

[ carefully safeguarded can be raised the big attraction of I to the Daily News before :Monday\ j l>Lincoln Hit >'. president of Stet-1 i ----

jave but one pair to last 't the season for Daytona this year will I night. I II i I -on universit t. lor slander a:< the i

It there are Indications: be a series of aeroplane flights and I Ifccanse of the short; time given it I IS DEAD. OFMOTHER.I lenult\ of tin ,irl being expelled from i NO RACES

rong with your child's 'j exhibitions, including a race on the will take quick action on the (part of thee .-owe time ago. i i ..ai
him or her and I will fit a beach between: an aeroplane' and an the soliciting committee and everybody The presentation of test'monv' l b>' I
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Glasses to correct the automobile, the exhibitions! to be is urgently requested to lend I the prnst'uticJIlas: completed Thursday :' a

medical treatment is nec- .,. given the last week in March. every possible assistance; to the BARON ROTHSCHILD DIES RUSHES INTO BURKING t HOME and the taking; of testmiony! by I, ARE LIKELY t
|ill tell you so.iville Negotiations between Jerome Kanciulli work i I II the defense began Friday. With the '

personal representative of big array of legal talent representing !!
H. Clarktometrist Glenn II. Curtiss, and the Hotel AT HIS HOME I IN 1 VIENNA.t TO RESCUE LOVED PICTURE. both +:.df* the presentation of te!':ti-j If r i

Men's Association of Daytona) and TEN PAY I! nioiiv and questioning is taking up I, THIS YEAR. .A
P the publicity committee (f the Daytona much time and it i is expected the j
board of trade wen'ollluded HEAD OF FAMOUS FAMILY OF .: MEMBER OF PROMINENT SOUTH case will not be completed before the
the Sign of the EYE.N r
this the of which I I I last of the .'eek.
Aviator lcCurLhho recently madea : TO MAYORi I I' The trial must be finished THE Til i SET IS TOO LATE

flight from Ke'est to Havana, FROM=> BLOW CAUSED BY THE FLAMES AT MEMPHIS THIS the first of week after rext: as 1)'fun'l

i will make flights here March .'S. 2'!' II' i i tone' > U scheduled to begin a r u
and :30.The: i | of ((>lilt in another county; at that I 'ij

first day will be given up to I IN COURT. \'UXX.I'eb.. 11-Daron Albert I IHothrhild | MEMPHIS\ Feb. 11-:Mise\ Emma 'i! t tune. The (a,..e is being hotly eon- 'ijI k
N GOODS a series of exhibition flights, probably I ttt-ttd l Iy, both sides and the spur 1 I ?
: head of the famous family !|I Applegate, ;n years of age, a member DECISION REACHED AT MEETING i! -
on the beach, the second day's of I1f'Y" ..inimping: ::: no Olportunif'I:; to
a prominent southern family,
wasburned ;
of bankers and one of the richest j fl'
--- exhibition will include a flight over I !I'' to death in a fire which" ditroyed -- take iidv. OF FLORIDA EAST COAST AUTOMOBILE !
-- the three towns of Daytona, Daytona ORDINANCE VIOLATION men in Austria. died at hit home
I ; the home of her brother ln-re
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here today. => ASSOCIATION FRI
Beach and Seabreeze, and the third I this morning. h

rarrying a complete day's particular attraction will be alive ON 101 I G SIDE OF STREET. Baron Rothschild's son Oscar was I Ii.spple ate had been r ;:cued PLOT TO DAY NIGHT. II
|f rriet n droceries, in- mile race on the beach betweenthe I I engaged to marry an American heir- from the burning house, but rushed ..,..
aviator in a flying machine and e*'s two years. ago, but the father fort back to her room after her mothers fr.c'11( : present indications! there will '\ : r
the fastest automobile which be t! Lade the marriage. The son then' be 11'i :automobile races on baytona' \1: i i
NEW CITY EXECUTIVE PROPOSES r picture and was: burned to death. g1it
secured. committed suicide and the father beat h u.i . spring., I

;n Wax Beans The money necessary: to secure I TO ENFORCE THE ORDINANCES never recovered from the blow occasioned I BISHOP= RYAN WEAKER; DESTROY I TIlts .;..- practically: the decision ''I 1 ft I 1 1t

this attraction for Dajtona is $2-:: by the death of the son. PHYSICIANS ALARMEDPHILAUELPIIIA.4Feb. reached: l at a -j>"cial meeting of Urn I ; I
een Beans too and representatives of the HotelAlen's i I PI-Ib I >s;:: Florida .:'I..t Co.., : Association held : t I

j 1 I j Association and the publicitycommittee THE BOOKS. The Annel!, of New Smyrna, was cians are again alarmed about the COTTON. :at the club house Fi.n.iy evening 'and I ,

lucnmbersauliflower of the board of trade ,will, in the city with ,a party from that I condition of Archbishop Ryan Me :s; .t is expected' : that t..l:;I efforts to I {
start out Monday: morning to raise Mayor Henry T. Titus is giving place I fast I tiring any kind of a race h... i here '4;
grow.ng: weaker. ''r! I j I ; Mtiii
[ this amount by popular subscriptionamong further evidencfift that he proposes ---- toI13)1, I II lit's sea.soa will now be abandoned: I

the business men and citizens to have the ciVy ordinances enforcedor t 1 -- ---- EXPOSED BY HOKE SJIIlli When i i-t was learned the Fiat and i i I r..
'omatoes of the I ; i' Ia I i -automobile:; manufacturers had:
are-I I .
have thew 'revoked and as I How You Start. p.
is believed the amount can easily WE I i iI it refused to enter their ors: in the ;, i
sult of this determination ten dt j\- : REFUSES TO GIVE i[ NA JES. beach I I ;''dam
{ meet at Jacksonville
i the
Uppers be raised, but the question will WANT i t I! bat I !
be to raise the money in one day. ers of various kinds of vehk-U1-: : i i I At flu-, t t.ur!! \
Sir. Panciulli was able t to spend but t were haled into the mayors couit'!' TO 'ta di-posit: ,n the :Menhantliank I vie :I condition of the beach the \r. t '
[re Always Fresh. a short time in the city this morning Saturday morning and fined $1 and a a PLOTTERS HAVE 100.000 LIVE ,'III'.fino'! was asked these manufacture : ,
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yakyour :signature; on a card which
because of pressing: business en- costs; each for not observing therule V i POST I WEEVIL READY TO DISTRIBUTE '! it th > would be willing" to i i
--- -- just w., keep fie': for reference and .; i i'I
gagements and left before noon laid down by the city law 01' on I set
for Washington I), C.Ir:\ Curtissis t OVER STATES OF GEORGIA AND' : i I ; ;
keeping to the right side of tl-! YOU
: ., comparison, with th** ssr.atures:!: oni : .
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h.it LIlIf'
and LIrNI* !
lYTONATORAGECO. just closing up all contracts fo street. i i' *1'1' <'d! it will
i' i the checks write. CAROLINAS. ,Ii kneeao: iloo, IIft\\p\t.. rh-- J
the you < onit /
spring and month andmust
summer The attention of drivers has bo'nfrequently r, U t i i i 1I
; g know at once whether-. AviatorMcCurdy called to this ordiname Ir.i'' 1 i .. tp i Your signature in our poi,-inn 1.ia ATITA.G.;.1.. .Ft-b.I Jl t 11'.ti'' 1|: ft.. beard. ot, the :1..1. ,\. .:.u f' IK/ I 1 1 r
s aa. st 1 'here- ra'I' ouJd nisi be li'-M. :
is to make hi* flights here of late as well as the fact that sr' .- .. .1.. "'i nir" ]' el.1 'l1 t 1 Ili! (i.'I'1 i, ,"" :a. r. ,
| protection against!" forgery, .ltl< ::tu:! -'UK:! t.ine: .1- tin- .l.it'kuuetlui. !] {
the <
OHNSON, Mgr, last week in :March.\ The local rioii> accidents\ ; are likely to happen I r lay t'\i.I"t -1,1, a plot j l u: 1"I"'f f ui.t' .. a
J < .f. uajt: -[t.nthat: tl.ev! I.. i.4r i. I
committee has agreed to wire Mr. : it' this rule i is not observed by all \'C'- II I i 1 1I t alone on your checks but on notes i r i 1-: : .((1 boil \\\.1 1 f'r i rr! : hId 1 _
Fanciulli j I I This Grocery ,,far,'I r the mi" et: at .l'.iho! I In'.u. I I.:. Tti- ;|
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at Washington Monday( I hi'les.t this, time of the 'l'al', ;, ? (t' .II'OI..b:: i ;al1! :Thn l.i-v:! :
other instrument which mi-h; ; 1
night, any e I u "iul 1 rrj/1111011 aiuoim!:: tlr:! ..jiiuiifim I 'SY
which will the committee; I
give ott"lI. I
i I when the main business street and j jj t ( t
conn's) ti oiit us near meeting! i ,
but one day in which to secure' i every castrononui ; i offered to us for discount or I I' ,; '1. have IIMI,. -n i I" that flies. would I b, U,,", latt-
j the principal residence streets unfilled ' want: t ar I it I possible for anyone I sale'i i. ; r J phrttem j I
Pledges for the $ ,;.t.lO necessary to II with automobiles, carriaot! .. I -tunt<> providi., Fine !select :groceries Every person has some marked, pI"- 'i on' I.v; f'.1! r'-:ady to d.r'r.but, : I'1A lilt. would do th<- c..t) )lilt: i.- too.Ithe ti : I Mi
bring of all kind. The best of i and latter;. nt. a i.ti r nn-et. ton'-1
Mr. :\ every
1'CurJhere. week Smith I
wagons, et(' collisions! and smashups a;:-> Mr. r'-< tired ;a
I variety of I aimed dt'hca'ies-nothing that niak. 1 lit: !b. I i
Just ; culiarity: in their signature f'lI doppe: / <] {
at this time McCurdy I is thsiDon't letter from whom he tithe ;
can be avoided: only by aU drivers l for table a wan in ; -
Licking your or your culinary
observing the rule of the road. preparations. You save monev, by buying correct inut-ion almost: ImpossibleM: : I utmo.-t coiifideii, stating that ______ - __ I I t r,
The new city executive has decided here the rare: had ben shop" n :.,">'14'' 1.t >- : l
d that warnings enough have been ,,o we ask customers to s..sni the card: w.-ev.l; and asked: to ome in on tl.e'' !Cam: : CHURC-H DrJg ft i: ''I
Our Vegetables always
( issued and has instructed the city : fresh are we keep, in the same manner: th..y'' ;: pecuIU: :oncheuie. I IYesterday .,/;) PHO'.;' 37 I I t4j t4--!
'l" Beath Street I I I
; policemen to arrest all violators in I usually write their initial: ar.d naiue I the writer failedri'; Daytona, Florida.lellms ,
future. Those brought into the ;the! uoxf-rnor elect in peivi.n, vr-: : '1/
you received that mayor's; court and fined Saturday: I CONRAD GROCERYiCOMPANY on their checks. I j !t i 'ine fir letter. | ? toot tar tla. Ualtr /i$ j ( a ,

lip and sweep dust Forget morning were I.. Kniffin, white C. | The governor elect refu.to: d. :
This is but on1 0tllp: :many ltle-: : ( 1 1r
nch have for t 1-:. Rogers white, lien Collier! white, vultre> the name of. the r-t'r or ti: "
we 29c CANDY I PoaipeyVtlliams, colored, Joe Patrick I Cervices, we retiler''Ir, i (,1 ii:';''0n"rs! but ;nit'n back of th.plot to1etLt*.. Florentine r

colored G. Johnson, whIte J. it is a big f-.t -r ,'. ;''r'r: : f%,r- 'theotton trop .n <;t-hr.a:: and 'li-:, r

SATURDAY ANDSUNDAY G. Wallace, white. Dan !utchin! on.1 t'a: rulnaI : > Orris Root !
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eeries and oturi i. :':- -; -:- '-' r:> t S
colored, A. n, Clark, colored, and 'PHONE 61.r .
all send for it
or GeoV.. .\. Peck, white.: i rrirtina: : : :" WHEAT MARKET LOWER;

is the supply is FULL Daytona LodgeNo. I PROVISIONS ARE EASIER. I' a d(!. l.gf.tfu! POUND
BOXES STOCKS ARE IRREGULAR; ;, 1141 rI'I -ninly, f'-r -tunu.tng:: ; tin' r-c.ilp; and
tow. ( liiGO.! /< (; F. ',. .
MERCHANTS 11-Th'wi; "- It :( : -iking\: > the Lair crow In thi ditnpe
i RAILROADS SOME LOWER. II I ;r B. P. 0. E. :L: ..f: h..t tt.d: In\\-; t."lay, ""a !te !et I r'' w-ati.fr; \'"'ur hair will rf.rrmin in wises

HANKINS NEW YOUK Fe'> 1 11-SUxk.-. eI, i i. \fi\; ir .' j ,:.d t : 'If.1 t Lt. !,. : ,, !' it,! : \I.-:>it t-y:: H.OlM.: MINK: f? \\ !Lid' ;"f..pt> 1
lire The Druggist, \ Meets Every Tuesday : BANK ; '. f. .' \ -. i'i 1.: -; i I. >'..' 'I 1
gratis. .
cued irroaiilar: today with:: gains and! j / J Evenia;. Visiting I ; \\.'" : i .. ..... i1p
AT THE: P1.ACK}: .. 00 > Y'.t a ays
!loses :about equally d.v.ded.: : Ralrn.d: : A : Members Invited !," \\
Where Volusia Meets'\ Beach. I stocks .ere generally lower. S:t-. 1 I \;_, ": T. E. Fitt Qerald. E. R. A. D. MeBRIDE: PresidentJ '.f...:_. !t I { y
-{ B CONRAD, Vice President t ,
i Geo F. Crouch. Sec. i
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aDd th: county seat of ,
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is situated 23 miles southwest of i

COUNTY reached from the latter I
PIANOS rOK KE'IjT:' I Daytona and is ilYERSIH

BANK city by an excellent liard-surface I ELAXD, FLA,
}Our ('ollt> .
road recently 11141
IIF.L.D, FLA. DeLand is located the John B. T"'bnleal fqulpment: hoola.e 06tIn. Sher I-

of the lead. .: n'arly Sj( fOJ.. DeLand l-
University, one :
Stetson Endowment
$100,000Surplus $s(J
\ _-" Capital institutions of the Faculty of 4f1 Pro.:
--" ._;.. -L--._ _. -- "" .\' rnlll' !.!ru ,"all:' $50,000 ing fssors! and Its.structor *Ph.lj S
I ':. -. = i.., .lthth.lr""I.I"! Soatb. Because of the interest in II ,, l'hrlsttan
I '. '. 1'-" a:1I: hut and O'' PS]
.... "11111"1' non-Rt-ct&rt log
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Fin 77 lor DeLand is knownas
yr __ 111'. II "II" h.1 A. I). M'IIRIDE. : matters educational I T'achtng
-:_--_ 10..1011" "IIII !!' t II :.1 For
ICE CREAM Pr."iti'flt1'J. "The Athens of Flori"Stetson Information. Dr. .\ to I I.
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b 17 quantity. . 4., .. j: - -' EXC1IACE, B.t"OXItAn.\"ic.-l'r.ld..nt University h*a faculty of I Lincoln HuU7. in the ,'
'J-Jn ; I : zsf rI J. 1.1 "I.\ ." 1-,.. (' 50 professors and instructors. There I'1s. II.LL.. Ltts.1J. visiting b > f| _ _
MILLS'European t : If ----i H.. A. \V< ol I'. D.
-1\,1,. CashlDREKA'S--r, over $400,000 in buildings and PI'f'l11n'J. to
__ arc has gone
"t f.
; .t ;.1. 7:. .:;. .."' .. .,': P' .z.. .t.,:.f' .'. r _- .. equipment; nearly $300,000 endowment and other po
I Restaurant t t I I
.I DEMAREE.One Tact must be apparent to the most ; a Carnegie Library alone representing J J. W.T IRJhI'SAttorney { returning to hj'Chiropody
L. C.
..R.[.iisiss.isie..IsIII.. By I superfyhil: : observer. WIth such lay- an investment in building,

: I of Daytona's crowning glories bhcilth! of natural beauty it b-- DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than ,

HATS is her incomparable bea(''h. No BUSINESS AND came: aa easy thins foi the hand ona'n STORE $120,000. The library is the United aadCounsellor dressing at thC.lrs.

:' 2 New Stock Just in atPeck's J: one who: haj ever set foot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS to J give:: the finishing touches- I II States Government depository for the

House !: smiooih packed sands; no one who I which: have: wrought out the colors I EVERYTHING* State of Florida and contains over : T Groj ___
5 Bargain at Law who has beet
: 112 South Beach Street..isieiOsiou.i.aousi.u.u.. J JS : this city and 1 ll_ _
drove a WEAR with
I who ever TO thenewest 16 buildings.
one of
pans ; out of
.. .. .J II Man did all this in the laying USE' went dojternoon
prancing pair of horses and listen. represents an outlayof
01 the streets with th-'ir wide marginsof 1Kwdlnu its furnishings Will Practice la to \!

..;;;....................e ed to tlie: popping of their: steel shoes .iiISISISI....0............ parka:;e. The entire city becomesa \ -( UoomKlevator 60000. Elizabeth Hall is one of State and Grotjan RonaplaC't.

LinG WAR-CHINESE LAUNDRY J: upon Us a-sphaltum-like face; no one gre.t park. with driveways inter- .H'rvlci"Ktst the most beautiful college buildingsin FederalCourts .
= SIt ?O. BRACK ST.. IUTTONA H.A. who ever steered a high-power automobile : E. S. HALL : ", HOOK
2 DrMsHhtrts' li'Nlpht': Hhlrtt In.J I e5nc miles upon miles of driveways the South.
5 WblUrhhtrH 1"'Woolm" HhJrts li') down the broad stretch of
S Check Kblrth *!;ITnder-hlrts J.. sand : Architect and Builder : : AO good as to attract motorrsts! G.A.DREKA&CODEL.ANI The city'has a population of about3,500awitha -Dr. J ( -
2 NewHhlrts l$''l, >rawers M wave-washed and surf-packed from ail over the contintnl.. thickly settled country DELASD.FLA.VRIGHT.
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Shirts oollarntt. ])C..oeks.lwr. pair :SS .I biK realized: that it is' a world beat No.:?:Will!' Palmt'tto't'. : ). FLA.VoIusiaCount. is five Volusi Ae
CoIIarsorPulTs SHiHimdkeri-hMs: :3 a DAYTONA. FLORIDA. And as for the pavements pavements adjacent. DeLand proper
2 Ladles clothes at corresponding price (. ere a world-wonder. Go stand upon I (of the St Johns River, on
that look and act like granite miles eas .. F s>-<.
visususuei.....isisisu I. this wile speedway and see the hap : .........................I pine land of the \ I 'r
I I where else between the eastern: the high rolling city toi .om.
II I *........................<.I py souls flit] by in joyous mood. and : and western: ; seas are fo many miles l: 'great "Orange Ridge" of Florida. resitlen ai
.: answer whether: this is not one of ............isI........... I are INSURANCE :
I 5 H. C. THOMPSON, Agt. j: the seven modern wonders.The i in proportion; to inhabitants? The AbslracLCo"Brt Thc predominating products parted ltiny,

I LAMB ENGINES !: = W. C. CHOWNING M. D. : I pavement question; statds with the oranges and grapefruit the estimated AGENCYDeLand to Co.,"p'expel'l (1'
: Pellucid Halifax River. i Fish. Pr">sld,-ni being over .
Placid 1
: I street as one of the chief drawing crop from. this vicinity i
HUPMOBILES ] : General Medicine and (C'urv I> Laiitlls. -
cards. Till some unheard of place 300.000 boxes this year. Grapes, 5'
: \Vhera' think is water with more couipu
: Deaeutrattea Given at Any Time. i you ObstetricsOffice :
surroundings? Nearly a' . reports more and bttier, Daytona Furnish: 'peaches, pears. Japan persimmons thett,
/ Florida
: PHONE "W : picturesque Hours: 1:: )lo3ill.: ItoNp.m.Over Abstracts ,
....u.. mile wide. fringed with tropical vege Kodak Place. 'Phone 39.I throw!! down the gauulet) to the Titles'Perfected plums, pecans, guavas strawberriesand
.l................. : I ed and .
world. other fruits are grown in plenty.In **. '
tation, artistic cottages with roomyverandas .i.isI.iii.I.I.i.IsI.I.IsIi.isi.iu.isIsi.I.I.I.III \
ll.l1.iSiIi.i.I..i..i.iJACOB I Flowers Binds and Fruit. of public improvementsare OLDESTLARGEST .
looking out upon her bosom Squirrels and Insured way on t M

ESPEDAHL : gamey food fishes in countless numbers . ,Whatev1.one's shortcomings and ; many miles of fine shell roads, an of L. !> ,.

a Contractor and Builder beckoning as it were to those ,' howe\er indifferent or even callous Maps, Pints and excellent high school, electric lights, to tb. _ _
and Craftsman : DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPhysician :: IJluprlnts HuppU.dIIFLAX"
a 8qprlntends 4 Designer Construction of Kulldings. with rod and reelher; bosom fleck one may ho t:) many things: the mere a system of waterworks that is owned and BEST Great t t'

.. Plans on Hbort and Sotl hpfdflcutlons(... ed with duck and coot and snowy- : and Surgeon : mention (.f "flowers and squirrels KI.K.: and operated by the city. supplying the iiMar .'

: 3AYTONA, FLORIDA. : winged sea birds. which sit about as :: OFFICF: OVKK: KODAK PL.M'K: : birds: and fruits" will send a thrill the purest water at little cost. 111

...................isiiuiI if for the sport of bobbing upon the I Pnon l s, : Ie that is refiected in distended pupil BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that For Florida

...8.................... waves; watch that lubberly old .........................I. I and pricked: ears.For \ DeLand is a church-going commu. FARMS :Mr 11 :
: with Meth- _ _
fa vis.tor a poobtr
white headed pelican pouch a -- -- -- e .eIOY spare nity. Baptists Episcopalians :\1 Is: -

i OSCAR MICHAEL : mulet. and that fish hawk strugin! s g.............IsI..II.I.II I there U a bunny ready to come COMPANY; of odists (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES and1

: CONTRACTOR : I, upward with his floundering load he !I and al"'t.'pt| your gift. lie will sit bolt Manufacturers Christians and Catholics, TIMBER or :Mat'-':

Filling and Grading : snatched f f>m the water : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS :: |I prritht: and knaw inr, the meat LUMBER besides colored Baptists and Methodists TRUCK the I: I.

;: : See the beautiful launches, spick 7: Civil Engineers : i i ci-tiiu; furtive: saucy g'-ances at you LATH arc represented.The LAND part I.I S_ _
: Heavy Hauling a Specialty. I and span, with hampers and l<:xk..rsl1uhil115 I j meanwhilej : SHINGLESMOULDINGS graded school offers a ten i.e.-uiii for Rnrgala Mis- \

: ..!.!.I S..IS .1.I.I.IS IS I. with refreshments! both solid : DAYTONA. FLA. : j i Floors. Usually fresh and booiaj \ ( years' course and the building whichit 1'11t.'eL0.. and 'M''!
-- ..- IU ...
,.}!'!.!@. m\1X: !. .-,!-'.!.-!.! .:!., .:nd liquid: ready for a cruise\ upon t'ab : 1-:, ., \,' ;:. IS ;( :!! : tli-' year: 'round. you are remi.d Ac'y.n.itiry'I'>lntt, occupies is acwly furnished friendiU5trIi-

I ti J >>;i lieu til surface. Take out: your f.eldUlafid : ...I.I.IOE.i ..I..Z ...: |I ..tJ i oi' CohUm.th's; : to.ipler where I'r M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. \ : ,. IiiiiMVMiMl nt .
; and sweep the riwr froiuj - I >uunu! sJirng:: its eai"lit.'st"iit paid i ii.d ,I "r.uo PII*t. r I! commodious and best; equipped pub- pub!: -

I MILLINERY ( j Oruioud bridge to Ponce! I'a'h .'OICO.I$: O=. e CaOI.s: : .'. suuitner's: lingering bloso..s I. .;i. \''J.':..':$:tt'i..ud: ::brick I.i'icI' ;, lic schools in the State. I WOTIEN; [ CO i. ,

Are Showing Fall Styles Z |I :iht: ) bouse then aay: whether/ Hi-;. : E. L. STEWART :: | are delayed. !' ...\Nn. FI.\ J', The trip from Daytona to DcLand I''!.I.\NI: I', FLA. *\\ .:.1!

|j I Halifax teu't.: a thing of be.iuty and and Surgeon II i j !but < !u.-: yid roses of "ar !:atE>d huet i-i made: by automobile in a little 1907 \\

w No. 8 Beach St.. Daytona. Fla. : forever and of the mod( nwonders. Physician, II li! i.Kii'tt'I another household! h.isp'nclMiit I .
one :
a joy *.p..hl: lit! Ill Hill t..d'-:!i- 01 I 111 I !. : |I : : < > : ; r hour and tlicrc are many nhzI4;
". ...,..... !t'.r.,.!, (!t\.i' \..'.'.'.' K.v.: Kir.: lino ando'. .11;:, I ; for the iKinetta anJ theiii.is over an
.: imil L -u: !"-in-' M:I'-Uoli!!, .i :i\. nil- -:nl IN .1. : I L\NDlS\ & fiSH pretty drives in the vicinity of tliccounty THE I rtr.i!

-! .!XI!,.!.!,!. ....IT.'!.\!"'!'!' !..!.!..!..!\.i The Enchantingly' Picturesque Ridge ,:1 I..I i'.>u2-"s.-l; h..11'u c.. I'. .. t.. ti.I.p. '!5.'". t"!.. j I'"<.-.'.in. I:: ;! ',- : ; rt- aflame; another is hid- Attorneys at Law: site. A good road leads to I GORDONGARAGE I or D., -

I : : ,:"u :-i: a jungle of tall cane. Variety Pr.icUt-mi; in nil five miles a historic na _ _
:i East Florida '. wood. .I.ISI.I.IOItISI.I.UeISI.ISSI I' :" tin- .-(}j'e of life and here is where Ktuttui: (}fllI I'I. spot. where 60,000 gallons
Kidgowocd avenue is upon the ores t you: find ir. S! [>ocial f.uMlltlv." toinvCtICltini earth minute.
Telephone Company .UI.ISIQIOI. mid bubble from the every
| of a broad ridge, straiglit as the crow IQISISI i The birds flit i'D. and witlh their rr..ctl.n&> tiri-s! Ii From DcLaud automobiles go south I II The

: flies and the wide: spreading branches DR. F H. HOUGHTON : jo> ous i.tes help to give fullness 1'Kl.AMi. f 1.\. shell and DeLandHeadquarters
> Connections at Daytona : to Cstccn, 18 miles, on
s' es of "IO htary-trunked live oaks ex J I.d .Minnitiry to the picture. I marl roads thcSt.Johns is crossed by

I ,| for Long! Distance Points '-; lend thtir giant! arms across the mag ; Dentistr i, .\" for fruits. choice citrus fruits STEWART[ & BLY] ferry near Ostccn; and cars can then for

I ; nit'icei.t: V'gta. forming an arch. ant I r (..-in I'-'k HlorkI'H I : i j lu.uoua \it: ;ids the pain to none for Isi-ic: A. 50.warti'gford continue to Sanford and Orlando by AutomobilesAtJEXTFOR
H. C. THOMPSON Mgr. from these: extended arms festoons KnifMitith Bl'loI lK.- I
>M..H2V." -t I j i Duality ana quantity! per acre. There .:: JOy hard road. There is a shell road

(!@ ",, I of Spanish moss sway as thE., U.K.lCI.B0iai.IOB.l.BltllB < : ,:n' bcon-s of citrus grcvt-s in prox- Mary 5t.ssnrtAttoracys at' Lan.ir.d from DeLand to Orange City five Maxwell Touring I--
:: tradeiuds from the tropic; seas) -- Cars and
-- -- - branches bending
: the
unity to city,
i and road from DeLand
miles good
: 'i'wj\ ',! NoturK-s Public a .
'! fan them. Looking straight ahead .. .B.B.B.B.BB.B.B.B.B... ::0 tile erth:: with their burdens of RunaboutsArthurti.
j Lake Helen like distance. I
r :Iv H. T. McCLELLAN jown this white shell street one has : T. Flt/mToKl: H.: F. o.it. N : 'i lu<-.ous golden globes. whk-h for IfI.\SD. FL.\. to a I I

rhe impression of a fairy path with : FITZGERALD & OATES : j t,,.:auty. proflicacy! : and aU desirable

I Mill Work I ..'ifasn draperies. but as you move : Attorneys and Counsellors at LawS : M.'i.ihi.esduld. truly astonish you. J. A.ERICKSON. BONO SANDSTONE BRICK CO.Miinufaituri .1'HnmlnKoynl HainanHAMLIN!

<'U>ng and cast an eye first to the S|>..dill FiK-llltl' ifii.. F\: .innninuiiixl I I The Fastest Autos and The Finest -rs I Ii I I
Write or ask him about anything Tight and then to the left you see I I I'-rf.--tinii! I. .t I Till. & CO. Granite Buff Red awl
.'Hi-,. iin'onnut isuiui.., t. "I'liono i::!s : I Out. ,
want made of wood Everything i homes in the = i
yon distinguished cottage i I Laq..t:; tock Of Drab BrickI.arc.
t the best. most delightful! settings.See ...I... .......g....... .1 The -t'\'t I.th world wonder do you Pianos, Organs and |,I {' .. __
: t.'t': l'ronlJ1thlp-
J _. If. &
,. I ',11.) glistening leaf of the grand - -- ---- --- --ic': Ccme whetln-r from ).iissoui: Sewing Machines: I i i.c: ..;". \\ I u'I ,".! j.... '! i ..It.t I'ric.-.
:% North Ridgewood Ave. Pboae.123. .; .!.! !'! ,.. ...,. .....).. ..: !'!'.!'! I I North: : I .., .j'if'o> \1:11.: 1.AKK: iiFeN.:: ;:; Il.l.\.
!I '!' I ma.miolia which nature has varnished "r fra: )Maine. from Kuiuinazoo uiT.mbmto ;I'M,::1-I \NI: I'. 1- L\. HAMLINAttorneys

=I !- \!. ..-, ,......(!- ..x. as no ail's's' brush ever could; and! Z' DR. J. P. ESCH : : .nd you will be "shown.'
I the cabbage palms with their burdens '; Physician and Surgeon I lieiv is where the uorld's n-<-ord for:

; ')t showy fruit and! swaying pails; ; .. i -iet-l;) is broken with every iveurrmi:: ALLAN'SN Surrounded by several pretty lakes
PORT ORANGE !J) I' nlii-ul.t l'ii\. tilth I Ii -ii -.lIlh..f : and
L nCIURESQIlE[ ; I see the lovely holly with its exquisite '!o :\1.I E.I: htii.h. "Uw.' tll.lIl'I.I.. _, .p. ,-",-(>'!. Autos, the !hia: _' st?, the fast; \t to J'o-tvmc.' and guarded by lofty pine trees is Counsellorsat

i ite hty 1 ; see the climbing vines. !' HI.-U. : i>. n.. -n.o.i.'' ,-.i" I \'t TI 'N.\: -t. and the finest a.inun ii: :!ly p.\- Lak. Helen, a winter resort of no Law
iOUT OUANiiK !- I flniLtr II i-in riot in the treis; see the erypui.auu.Ii '!' '!'!'. ........... .... -.o.... . .' . '..' :r.dy: ai.d the big &'.!u.u' is .1 I:; t i-ee a1-I I DRUGGISTSJEWELERS little imporiance. Camp Cassada: ,

:t prvtty UtllovlilaneMtuntfd PORT J1Ai'JiHOUSE% .. forms waich gain a foot- l.pure artesian wau-r f'o:1: : t.r- a spiritualistic camp-ground is SItu- J ill> I..\N: !'. M.A.

n\'.' mll 1 liold on ti.e great oaks and sat"lyp.ilnjs. ::: '! !'!'!' .! .'i'o.! '''' ...'!...... .!)!.!.!.!. i l nisaids< : of flowing wella.: It ;J> a I'vI.ANK. FLA. ated near Lake Helen and at this
,oat hot uytont: on I
: :: and surely you will join in ioifnaous: : show with a &'oustauitb 1: place several hundred people make

myrna the n.vtonn-X'; hard >.urt line clorus and say that this is a i [lADAS' POOL PARLOR[ ; i -.it.fl! ; scene.Lve5ything I winter headquarters. A laigc lumber I'' fOUNTAIN'S"D&L. '
G. W. FisherDrug
.'("0' road tlu-sivnlc s. Fred Cuisnuags world wonder for beauty. .. NOW OPEN. : I goes, from i mill and the largest brick plant in
iKhwayof thf Ka: "tTist. ahors"'l .\ D. FL.A..
.; 2w-hor.se Co. the South are located at Lake Helen.
to a
power up
< Th town IsVKateJonthe Owner and Manager I Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage 'Clean and Warm and 1 I

Halt- Homes. A Good Place to Rest \1iJl degrees; of speed from a Drags, Stationery ORANGE CITY ClothingFurnishingsj

fax River and I.. 'to a two-mile-a-minute! clip. You will Huyler's Candies

conn*"Cti>d with thtT.n1nUa > PORT ORANGE I No one of Daytona's attractions. :. Play Pool Now : probably catch the spirit, whe jo- Kodaks Cigars I The principal attraction: around

.oppett.1ynhr1dgi. .- perhaps: commands more nearly universal i Checks Given do the roads: and the beach are yours pLAKI> FI.A. Orange City is the many handsome Shoes __J

The town. Io wll\ BEACH attention and praise: than does i Myrtle Ave. and Beach St. : I i The Florida sunshine is frethe golden orange groves. The town is

Inlet out and has the artistic cottages. The owners of !'!' < \i.@!.!' '! !I | balmy ocean breezes are free the supplied with water said to be the

many pretty hom!>. Lots for Sale. these charming villas hail from every --- -- -- -_ birtis and squirrels and flowers are A. H. VOODA1I purest in the world, another attraction I

A large number of Liberal TermsAllowed corner .;f the country and they bring ...............s.......... : free the sparkling fountain: water is to visitors. It is at Orange City i

tourists and winterresidents for their own architectural plans and : Vrte; and you will have to go down The that passengers over the Florida East I I
make Port IMPROVEMENTSOcean : When You Are Looking for
I Idn.e
Orange winter headQuarters. I build upon them, and as the archi- : -.ito your wallet only for coin for Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and I
River Some One to Do
ant. of themvcral FISHING or I I 'ecturs of one section of the country : 1 auto: and bed and board. GROCER to Deland. The town is surrounded -

attractions Convenient to Automobile -, :differs from the architecture of an- This Is i.o fanciful picture; it's all by land peculiarly adaptedto

Ulns: ,the. excellentfishing. uiul K.iCe IlrldKe.(ou.r.t, ot'her so do our homes differ in |I Electrical Work : here. It is drawing other thousands txLAND 1"1.\. the cultivation of citrus fruits._. I 'M ., -K1X=>-RI A

V short distance Apph' to outward appearance and structural : and ho'dnp: them enthralled, it will -- --- -

"n->- t >f Port ( raniz.> WM. C.\f HOWES lit beauty from one another. There are uiarrn urd; hold! lOU Cause and s'e.1.i....... ......................................".+:

PVC the reinalrui of Portnje.; Fl i. no monotonous rows of strikingly : PHONE 14.JFORLAW. : i .
luinlnwton ------
tI old
similar build'ngs: but the eye.: : as itswoeo : I

T.- -it car 19 mill vNlted. a every pl.ioe [Port; Oranfcmm I byis treated to a kaleidoscopic : i .. "From the (Grove; to the Table" :,I THE DAILY NEW :

: ir by hundred,.of change whi-ch keeps the mind INDIAN RIVER GRAPE . :
: jrlsf One Unit [ co: "ond I'ing..113 t next?" : FRUIT AND ORANGES ..
r .'thecountryw..t P. DfPOXTGrow ) It U no only the exterior of many t THE

c l'ortrant.Sur.th. old -'r unU 0.,1.1' I ot thcica homes which rivets attention :. Grown on the Halifax. : Gives 'fsome. _three_ _. persons whose.--- J
sale .
i :andlng OYSTERS andCLAMS The finest quality of fruit for Away --'-.----'
Best Work
t Best Prices
In- wi'i.c they are models< of con- ,
vu-t: ;
Ti.11. was a : ink. :
: in single hexes or car lots. Specialattention names were mentioned ._
1 cane \enkri'e: and the finishing: and furn- t NORTH BEACH STREET
citiio! an sugar( :
N. flrtutc.Jtsstnnp1 : : paid to filling orders. :
>;:-intatlon.The mill : ighlng jive evidence of the eleganceand i Eve F Day = *
} operntd..xtenively .......s ................. MUNROE & STEVENS y previous day's paper
wits \ cultivation of those who worked -- -- -- .
tho e arlys >
been IBi u nJtiLReal ; I I it all out. Indeed it is the interior B.BOBOB.BB.B.B.B.BOB.IO! I: GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. :
but ha
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'..U5.- (or forty or I Estcte I arrangement anti artistic furn.sh.iis: : : Office Next: to the Ridgewood Hot- I. : Four Tickets [to the Crystal :

!: tyyear-!*. t Insurance I and st..dog, more than the exterorappear..aee : GROCERIES .
: Theatre and Merchandise :
A veqr tnt..r..ttn.: I I that gives a: surpassingcharm : .. -- a

trtv."-. toy' from ocean l'a t\.ton:1>-'ae:i it NOTARY P...CLCfVrt I'1 1 to Daytona hon s. This taI : .t "Ii\ ,. :m,! i, t 1\: .. :-j--. '. ..t : ......i.... ..!.5)'I! .....'S.!.. !"(.!?S't! : Order for 25 cents on some :

; tU Approach ot "1'.;';':. f'l.I.I .., I' ture justly merits pron:!:v!:i.e as ,icther *- m JOHN P. POLLITZ. : ; GITTENS & MESSING t ts *

n ii !Z-ort i ri aacross -- wom'er.'Streets .. ,. ',. 1 I. ,<. '. t local store. : : : : : : :
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,.. t'". O. J =. ao O=c Q.aesc : .
ti 11. I: I i !)"' 1'1 ard Pavements the Most .. ..a.o.. &a 3 gCI ea 109 : -" ( fresh Fish : -- .
'r.- :: :,.., S via. 'i.-b. ., s j . ____-__ ___ -___ __________ ___ ___ __ -- ------------------------
Idl t: ( il.tien .
: and nest \-L :
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I. _:-. 01'' :I McDonald's Boat Yard : .,,' ; ...; Clams .
II j : t''.., Arcuiteit of the l'i. .- ts'3h.sh-d: : ieo3! a : f '. :
> [ ral! vy:; :: : !U : : and Rose Bay Oysters Z Wf.lch( for Ihcrn J ___ your I r-.nv; may -
''c. .-.' :.: ';.. Daytona the :1W"tur'SIIUe -t .. :- : CHAS f.,1.i McDONALD Proprietor : : -: ,.
: 1 erchandiseI. .' : : Market South P '. i. . :- "
on i ,
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:: ; na-:: :J5; Kdiiwa; s. Boats B1st.!t. Repa-reJ 6 !1 -5---5 i
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t of the So-1: !: ** and Housed Phone 5 c5 .

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I r "\1 1i EPISCOPAL CHURCH SERVICES.St. I The five souvenirs given out at the
SMYRNA\ j I fil
FLORIDA f I C Ormond Notes :Marys, Daytona-Service and I Crystal theater Thursday night were I ___

f JI sermon, 11 a. m.; Sunday school distributed as follows: Xo. 1. cut
--1 i I :r:43.;: ;; :Music\ by vested choir. situated fif-
seat ofCounty i glass jam bowl, :Mrs\ G. A. Foje; Xo I SMYRNA is ORANGES.
I I On February 3d, the Palmetto:: club'I Grace church Port Orange-Ser- I I NEW miles south of Daytona
STETSON fJ 2. grape fruit bowl Miss Alice Git i and is an ideal spot reached If"ou want the
'or Daytona: visited, by imitation, tae vice: and sermon 3pm
west of I fi.J i V I. A. of Ormond, giving to an appreciative Grace church New 'Smjma-Se!"-, ten; Xo :2:. boa-Lon di.hr: Capt. B S. I from Daytona by a hard of the surface most road picturesque :- applt\-<-6I..t t ni Orange
the lat. r / winding through one
UNIVERSITY : audience an interesting uce- and sermon 3 p. m. All seats Grove, LOt>ton Ma: ':e.; Xo.I, sat: parts of Florida. Point Grovefor
ItsurfaceJohn l lI
II PourEL Nn' FLA .I program. After a few \\ordsfittinglyspoken ; free Strangers weicon-p. I ad pepper. Miss Louise Cole of Po-!' With its ancient ruins dating backto Red land Indian -
I oral G b>. the prudent;: of V. I I. A., ron. :Mass a. guest of the Saratoga a time when the history of man Itlti-rOrang

B. : Equipmenthoots: .iv I i.. .' Sheriff E. It. Smith returned to Mrs. Macon Thornton welcoming her Inn; Xo .:.. sterling bell, :Mrs J. BHess. runneth not. interlaced with wiresof tha--.tat.'IMa. In th

|he Icad- I Endowment tnlot; I OM 1 DeLand Friday afternoon. !! WERE WEDDED AT M, E. :;; Xo :2! was presented bj L H. t-\\: the modern telegraph and telephone
sister of Daytona and whcih
big was dro situated 11 m
>M. its miles of shell streets as >e
of the i acuity. of ill Pro. ? CHURCH'PARSONAGE. Rowe & Co., and the others were !1'I l> > I from Daytona oo\
f' happily responded to bthe president i- hard and smooth as a floor and over-
sors .
and in. 2S will call for your cleaning 'the (ayto..a'-t cw
Phone :
|'crest in I: structors. t;hrbUan, of the Palmetto club, Mrs Gra- John C. Holahan and :Miss\ Anna given: bv the theater maiusement M. arched by hoary forest giants that Smyrna Road.
but tf BURXETT. I
's known non.f4t.ctarII&Q T"I\'hlng and prt-psing' ham Thompson, making the email A. Hynes were married Thursday e\--I grew in stately grandeur during the Prices Moderate

For address fnformatl: on' I Dr. A F. Durham, who 'has been! sister of Ormond feel a head taller ening at 8 o'clock at the :M. E.I I ...........1.............. Town lapse of bygone centuries New FERD
Smyrna is truly a place of romance
[icnlty ofThere I Lincoln Hull In the city for a couple of weeks I by her words of commendation, making church parsonage, Re\ E. Sedweek l NORDMANNProprietor
I'b. ; : R. H. MCDONALD : and rest.
i I 1.1.? Lttt.D. ty' i visiting his friend, A. M. Harrison,I I the work of the V. I. A. a prom iI pastor of the church officiating, onlya .

|ings and Prff.tldt.ntJ. .. has gone to Tampa, St. Petersburg I IC I nent factor of the ,"iI1age.Irs.:\ Ikes few friends being present \Vm I' : MEATS : All nature here is very inviting to

endowlone I .C, and other points for a time before I I then sang in a charming manner Cramer acted as best man and :Miss the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here

rep- The Flower from Faust, and Eunice Wichert bridesmaid.The I t. S. too is to be found the best fishing and
J. I. { returning to his home at Sparta Ga. I I was : Florida and WesternThe : I
:bnilding. PERKINS The Little Dutch Garden by Marks, bride is from Conway, Ireland hunting in the state of Florida. i i

ore than 4 'Chiropody, manicuring and halrdre -' followed by Mrs:\ Henry Mitchell witha and Mr. Holahan, who is an electrician Choicest Steaks and The people are thrifty, the business -I I
L United In.fl at the Comfort Shop. 57-61 I' paper of her recent experience in in the employ of L. T. Forlaw j The Primest Roasts : men enterprising, and all unite .
Attorney andCounsellor
I y for the I 4 A Journey Around the World. She was originally' from York, Pa. They i in extending the welcome hand of

I ins over 1 Mrs. T. Grotjan, of Baltimore, Md., ., succeeded in carrying her hearer will make Daytona their home for .: TVIcphon!!* what you want and w_ .: and 1.'IBtl'I hospitality to strangers. There are
will endeavor to .ee that you gt It
fall, onUs at Law who has been visiting relatives in I with her to such an extent that they the balance of the seet-on and possibly : Plion 6i.:!; : five church edifices for white peopleand

with I i this city and Daytona Beach for some must have experienced all of the remain here permanentlj. an equal number for the colored

[a outlays Will .q- time, went down to Cocoa Friday afternoon I pleasures without the annoyances of : POULTRYTh : population; the town has an excel
Practice in to visit her grandson, T. the journey. It delightfully interspersed
| one of State and : ; was Beach cottages, fully furnished : "l1rl1or>ou 1 'nrourord.*r the : and lent high school. a splendid public
Grotjan Ronald and family at that I Ir with verses from her own bnsiness
I I aad up-to-date
ulldingsi F'deralCourts low rent north Hotel Clarendon IH-U. hunt" you li \ of totting( : library
) r place. pen as well as others apropod of the.occasion. ,I ply Cherokee cottage, opp. AP'I : the -holl..t. houses. i I

II .
I about 51-tf .. ........ New There are any number of pretty
Dr. J. C Herman, Osteopath, 20 : The program closed; by A. C. Don I I . .. ........ I
country INLAND, !. I homes for the permanent population.
FLA. VolusU! Ave., Daytona, Phone 40. tf I nelly rendering a violin selection ;' ..
is five which numbers close to 2,000. and .
h- which was loudly encored I
tivcr i on i some very fine winter residences. I STATE A BANK
of the WRIGHTINSURANCE L. F. Steere, who has been in the I A social hour was then enjojed ( GIOO RAZOR SALE There are good hotels and boarding OK
city for some weeks staying at his Mrs.\ Abra'm De-Xormandie and '
Inda. I I houses where you can find accommodations -
residence on North Beach street, de- sons, Howard and Alfred, of Darners I NEW SMYRNA
acts are THIS F. to meet your requirements.
[ ; parted Friday afternoon on his returnto :Mass\ are visiting :Mrs\ Frank Colby. I
stinateding W EKJ --' j-.n ; C'* ""<;5t.'T.r: '1iw:) rI I'W,' : Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a i JOHN: IUMMOND:
AGENCY Cooperstown, X. Y.Ir.:\ Steere I who is a sister. I t>- !1i5C. l'r<'''ld'nt /
I over ; ON LV '_ .. 0 section of vegetable land as can be
expects to return next winter in The Ormond Yachtclub hat just I 'J.l' mo: L. HRANNINGhi
Grapes, found anywhere. This land has been ; <':_- ", rTransacts
company with his wife and spend II completed a new platform on the eastside I $3.00 ,
immons, :Sic IMPORTEDRAZORS.97fI divided into small farms which can 1
Iwbcmcs DeLand Florida ; the whole season. I new of canal the that club has house just, facing been dug the I : be bought at reasonable prices. Some I General a

of the finest celery grown in the stateis .
1 plenty in from the river channel. 1(110( Fi.: T'11"'C-I.d F:rors will IK placed on sate at 6"rarh
I < The''e.zr.
A fine gold watch which is now I ... . I
.111.r 'Lid.1 fl rsinth.! raised thisland. All other vegetables -
i vemcnts I :- .1'0 I ,1 1 i.t H < imi"ICh"f!; /" I MI .0w.'i t" t't..I: II! on
> William Jenks, who has been
OLDESTLARGEST stopping " ... . ,.
exhibition in the show windowof .1 I" X: I. I:' I It. i 1c'-l."J.:: dt "Vv Y..rk. 1.1.1 nt' .2 IIIK'I' g'n i I in I Business 4
cm .. ,.. .. ; in abundance and here, -
oads ''lIr.,1 1 111, iI llu grow
an j at Chamelean lodge for two t.e e I( :!ilr. i'i u! u. thllf: {' 1 a.rtll"'III.. ur; !
L. II.Rowe &. Co., will be givento g t'i'c: .' :L i:: MI ,! k li i;c:n i.,n>,tli "W! dS.B tcher'' ; : XL :. I :\h \\ ii1 :: too, is the home of the famous Indian 4 I'tr Cent. Interest
ic '. .1I:1S
lights weeks went north Tuesdaj.I **. ;
the contestant in the Gazette-Xews j on I is owned I I ;. ';;u,1I Ur l hrl1l'\.ialthl''\ ) f.'?n u-ni Utrs h In t 1..1 t v 1,1\t'1 I I.. i n, tb River oranges \
and BEST Great Popularity Contest who secures II I ----' s.imt-A.ttntlat.7or.a. : -> hi;g'i: i.,i-.fi: )and M: I.i:i h. h\ir\n/ rl I-I' ,' ,H I
applying I rfect "njt rly I for : "- -i', I 1 I
before -i.
the most votes on or Friday I .
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I o.r ] -p : ntt -ntion to t BRANDT
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March o, at u p. m. 57 Gt ; BY SPECIALTY COMPANY RAZOR "hin+r ict"mperedhyasacrrtprae..a i -nnngaunlfflit: t- t
tHy that I I temper and j i.tally guarauttcd: Regular prke$.'.:M:our'l.nc i'i- i:, t'ai ti
For Florida I!' The attraction at the Daytona> thea- ................................... ..............N:
1000 of the
:Mrs \\'. E :Mather and daughter, I Genuine
FARMS ter tonight will be the third mini 1ii
IS, Ii5's Dorothy, of St. Paullinn.: ., I I BRANDT SELF-HONING RAZOR STROPS I
GROVES i ber of the season Ijceum course and I Co. I
i), Presitbolics-, and Mrs: C. Neal mother oflrs.: i the entertainment is expected l to be I 1 These Strops are cold and advertised everywhere at $2. ii! The Joseph Zapf
or Matheis, who have been guests of "
I j the besot of the three The attraction i OUR PRICE 97c EACH :
TRUCK the Gables for !"eernl'ks., de- .
I will be the Round's Specialtj Co I : JACKSONVILLE. FLA. *
I parted Friday neon for Palm Beach. The Brandt S Honing. Razor Strop ithe, be-.t razor .trop on the : .
LAND j and Ladies orchestra'N}- member markrtto-day 1'lit only l\zor"lrol"n: Ih. Wl>il.lth.tli.. ...and.trnl I (>s
f$ a ten "s,ntl fur HurgnlnHluct :Miss :Matheis is a proficient harpstand : : of which is a musician of morthan I i .1/. coilrrazoratthe.netmeandenahles( t \011 to ('.t tin in ..oIjCt'\ Whl'' h I. Is justly called; the largest and most reliable liquor tt
j Tiirnranti-.tfItnuuh.r
antxpenencedbarf.ercangive. I
catty :
whichannshcd to.
t I quite frequenUentertained her
I i usual ability and a specialist in her I I Strop will put a keener e.lae, on a razor with ftw.rM-,,)k ,
I II friends with music on her splendid: I i I othi r:t/or Mrop four ri7or will !how. and\ ""urf:< < \M,'1 f b.tithe I I ::;e .
THE GOULDTO I line. The company has been giving I difference; at ouce. Guaranteed never to become hard or glossy.Special .
Iv mca instrument also playing at times at : tj "
i i excellent satisfaction in its entertainments A $2. Brandt Anhcuscr-Bush Celebrated Beer t
fed Pubv.Land- public entertainments 1 i I.in Safety Razors: f or 97c :
\ co !so far this season!; and will I Safety Razor
I I. I probably be greeted In' a large audience : '\, : Special attention is called to the :

I'i'I..\M II>, FL\. \Vrll exchange a o or 7 passenger at the theater tonight. 'For: sale at Hankins drug store i MAIL\ ORDER DEPARTMENT.\ :

1 little 1907 White touring/ car m good; run- I I .

Cauv ning condition\ with $3:::0 worth of IIa\e you nominated your favorite
$2.00 Razor Hones 97c :
0the THE extras for real estate in Seal>ree/e In the Gazette-News Popularity toi :cheerfully

[leads toh1Stonc I II GORDONGARAGE or Daytona Beach Address box 1SJ:::;, j test: jet? If not do so at once Mail Filled Orders v :-r I ...111111010111.......1...41........................4 i
Daytona Beach o'tf I ;-.t;
j water i

minute.o .

'ell: south andjossedbv I: DeLand The WlWWir'tjffl lU'ffl .'iNrmM W'fJ'Mi.f1'R"W 'w.rW'I: 'rI'I. JYrzWMW'tfNNiI' VU :1

: Headquartersfor .

fan indo then by I Automobiles \. & MALEY COMPANY\

Lll jity, road hve I Maxwell AGENT; FOR Tour- I /

I ing Cars andRunabouts i

I DeLand -- ... ,......- lj
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:K co. ,, :Arthur i. Hinnlln I : 4
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HAMLIN& Veranda Goods oE All Kinds. :; 1 ;

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and j I
t.-.es isa Counsellors

ni, at Law srser

'.slag's, and Runners.
Cocoa-Crex Rugs q w
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II'}:J.\Ni'. H J.fOUNTAIN'S"..\. I 4
at his(
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lumber .5'as
[taut IQ I i Vudori '
Helenaround DBL.\ W. FLA. I 9

I ClothingFurnishings I I ,i Porch Shades i I PIit 1 f

[ad some Shoes ;

{j town attrac.be the is Porch Rockers ; t = # Couch Hammocks \ I t I r to

te C.tyila iW [ : pr'; 41'' l rII
Its and Veranda Chairs =
Its sur- f "I F II rk

jdaptcdIts. = 1 11)st
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ee persons whose : ; v t.l

mentioned in the : i '
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.... You should make your Porch the most I_ IlL"" { 's'{

rYstal T TL

Indlse .. comfortable part of your house. I N Xi; L -

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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWSPublisted .Peninsula Variety I IStore f rf 0...O.ONe

evening except ? inlay -
r--------- every f WE SELL i

i ii from December to April 1, by i .
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{Sweaters THE GAZETTE-NEWS CO. I DAYTONA BEACH FLA. Z:t Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of t ..
I Mon.acing
Kxo ptioniil
T. E. FITZGERALD Editor.C. : I V.lii,-- in lubricating oils on the market. .
I i: t t'- .
i i S. HARRIS, City Editor. II Enamel Ware I.. .

HARRY L. ROOD. Adv. Manager e
Japanese China i .
GEO. F CROUCH Superintendent. : t
i A very complete line of the famous Schmidt Knit Entered as second class matter !; Laces:: o .
of all makes and in condition. t
I Automobiles
misses and chil- Ribbons any
: Sweater Coats for men women December 1, 1910 at thfpo"toffic" D : Great: E
: dren. A full line of Phoenix Mufflers. .f at Daytona. Florida under Act 'Ji I Opposite Webster's Grocery Store -- -- - -- 0
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-- March 3, 1879.; Seabreeze Ave. .

- -- ..! Auto i ie. .0
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: ANTHONY .....rIi............................................... ..
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| Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes. Complete Machine Shop : J + ..+o....N N..N....... ..........NON N.0.s.NNE :.........

....................0+.... Clarendon d G C Co J
.0.0.N...............N.N | Garage g REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS BY -
.................to.0.o. .tf.....6.e.S.s......NNNe
..................................................... A COMPETENT_MACHINIST.- f ..........4

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.1 i By Rail and River. :.. AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. Tar.; !:!:udou:.' ; \hit.hang.,, .. t'l. .i ROUGH and DRESSED Manufacturers CYPRESS of LUMBER 4.. T:

: ..................................................... .: Laths Shingles Flooring Ceiling Erick. Lime zed Cement :ia StcckiI t .

I ....................'0'....... ....... ... ... ............-.- .-.- .- .' ., ., .- .............................. -- I Ii I''cI t' I". :. ij-l 1 'SaulKn: -t t'<>:i-t liatlw.-i.t: 01 lid i "rniii.; \\- . 0 4

-- I i,{,ViVi ..rriiiririrrliirl 1 1 mum.. 1 i mi m i r>.jl i! that the change! in umernment; ha.Heen .- .(: Phone 83. R. J- MALBY Manager. 0 4

r I ATLANTIC COAST LINE. @ JUST GOSSIP I IBY : >o. much for th.' better that Eau 0................0...............NNNNNNN..eNNI .i 4.

\1a J"t'! has", been practically turn-II| ; ADselected de}

Best-Service to; the East r THE GOSSIPER.1111111111111111IIHI11111111111111111111IIt1. 5... :Iran a ne\v city :n one year's'" time. fr

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I>nve Jack'onvlllr ............. 7.:100.11I.: I
Palmetto Limited. 'I Arrive Kavnnnah............... .lUVia.iii. I ;I ; : help used
ot Ii
One of the real beauty[ ( AUDIENCE WELL PLEASED
l August! ... ... ....... .. tlillpttt. I II wbrthlUse I *
DAILY. Carrying through Coaches charL-ston .. ............ .:? 1'.11I. Daytona is the natural park in the I 4 with all thil
"Richmond.......... ... -I'IIIIt.III.: .
i. ectric-Litfhted Pullman]1 Drawing Room .. WIt..htnjtton. ........ ... ".."8.111. rear of the postoffice building at the t Chef
''I Cars. Jacksonville to : H alttmor" .... ....... ". .,,"..m.I corner of South Beach street and J
Sl Dining : .
eepers. ( \\ / ......... .
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[, New York. v yew.York... -...... 1 00: p.m. Magnolia avenue, and no taxpayer of I I Iof 2 Summer
the city should miss the opportunity
New York and Florida Special. Dally Extpt Sunday No.'8 GAVE SPLENDID OPPORTUNITYFOR e e NNl.I.1
: I.ravr Jackkonvllle_._....... ........ l.lo p.m. to visit this picturesque spot, to gazeupon
Description of this! p jpul r train do Luxe. / \/anlllah .............?.. ......
.S.IMpu1. lies
Pullman its natural beauty an; it untouched LANE, MISS SMITH ,
This train consists of Li-awing 4 Chllrl..r.ton.... .... .............. N.'LSp.m. MR. spending your time sweating over a
Boom Htate Room." -rping. I'lnlng' and LI- Arrive Klehmnaanlpp ........................ 7I. a.lII. by human hands or implements ..1.Ir
D i'afy-Ohsrrvatlon. ..car h."t..1 brak.and l.y *t-anl. ( w '\\1hJ"KtonU ..................... .'. 8.111. ] AND HELEN LESLIE BATES TO hot stove these hot days trying to get .
'defthth+ n w hlch-fcpet-d ? of destruction. This highly
+ .... .............IL.ut.
electric-' U"J 1 '
brilliantly llehtwl throughout hy i"hitty .. ... the ironing done on time when TlConccdt
special lights bflng provided for each \V .. New ork.Yhllnd PP! 4141.TJ. i It I.-IIS p.lII. picturesque natural park should be la DISPLAY TALENTS. j family .

'+ berth BT for reading affording at night.perfect comfort In writing/ V 'tatb A>e" :y.'u Ht..... 3.51\ Pm. belled. "Taxpayers, Welcome; Tour- you can buy an S.

1 ... . /Leave Jacksonville...........tI.15a.m. ists Keep Away." The operatic concert at the New | .
I Limited. ................. I
Florida and West Indian / Arrive.. w vannnh i.?>p.m *** a
I Augusta .. ............ .... 6.50 Daytona theater Thursday evening AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRONFOR .
n..lwT-.r. Carrying Through Coaches, | .' (Charleston................. e.4tp.in( ,. The weather has been a little chilly was a success from etart to finish. A'' I ..
Ism etric-Ligkited Pullman]) Drawing Room : Richmond o ::::::: :::::: b.l: :a.nti : : the past couple of days for a full attendance .

i Seeping Cars Dining Cars. Jacksonville \ .... ... .. ............ ..! . at the city hall congress sessions. large audience greeted the perform- ] .
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'W. Phtllt I I to New York. \ New York............. .. Ujll p.Ul p.lII. but a quorum has been present era and showed its appreciation with !. .
each day. Because of the weather it rounds of applause. j jj I .
I Cast Line Florida Mail. I..eave Jncksonvllle ............. 7Jttp.ni,. j i .
,I ....... has been found necessary to c\jnge 75 .
Arrive Havannah....... LIlli /1.11I. j The Palmetto club orchestra played
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches j Charleston.... .. ..,....... .*i.I"11.11I.aDd ., the meeting place from the bench .. White Hclj}]
Richmond Electric-Lighted] Drawing Room I! ri..I;;;;;;;;;;; -:ip.alR' p.m:;:::: at the west end of the city hall to $3 ,
Deeping Cars. Jacksonville]) toew lork.: \ Biltimore. .. ...........Lalu.t.l I : ,, the chairs on the south title; of the i rose: showing the pose of Miss':' N H TtvPain, f'
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:t.iii'ft.lII. :
Stops at Meal Htatlons. I"t X :: **"I'hIIId.t'lphhL: !ork............... .1.1/a.m...: I building, while committee meetings I Adele Smith. in .Madam Duttertly." ; I .
Jacksonville Savannah.
j Local' Sleeper to I
'I have been held inside the buildingin .
Several preUseections: wereI
Best Trains to the West. very atrr
the council chamber clerk's andmayor's I
f rendered. : ......I.I IIT
offices, and the steady grihd These are the Standard Laundry Irons and are .
No. 82.JBani. Atlantic I Limited i', No.Lv. :tl. I Nos. I No. 1 The second number of the : 4 i
South t Montgomery t Route pro.rull;
un< by
I -I .--1 i j has proceeded as usual. It take; was from the well-known opera "Mi I: 4 .IOaI1S0> .Itr
f.1 . Jii'-ksonvlllf .Ar' S.i.inn; ; ; H !15; pm '''l.v. .JI..k..IJ'.IIIt.\r. ..''itlalll 4 .
3 pnt Ar...... .\tlulltll..J.III."m: :: '4 Jiil'41 in tAr 1.lIh..r f.,' '.'''' pnt I, more than a little unfavorable: kado" and both .Mr. Line andM'r- I .
8.40 Ar..I.out.tlnr. J.,' 'JI"III' I.biputAr. /rmllJlhlllll.: f.\ S.-H' weather the wheels of this .
to :
pm ;:
pms.S. stop .
i lJX'ia"r.' . Indtltntlw.Ils. f.I.llInm 7.i" pin .\r'u: h\'IIIt. 1.\ .}am j Smith did| | full juM: '.' to.th!: > fharn The Schantz Electric Ice I .. :
N.s5pn) Ar.'Ineimutti .l.v "J"ltlll I l.H'nni iAr fo\'I"'III.; $ I."- : .<" am !! great legislative and judiri.! t lodj. 0 I .
I 7.10 amNo. Ar. ... ('1111'110.: .Lv 9..illl'lII 7.l i iAr. .('hfrlt.u..1.t 1.4* 4 .
{i' pm
I both in ai-tiiiii: : and :::1 i \1':;-"', wh ih.tositther :. I .
II I To Night i Policeman Cowan wa.

n.1 Dixie Flyer Route I No iii. No. I'::!. i Seminole Limited 3rr' i i I presented a question of duty Friday with: T'L-' pr.-try: ; and: .tf{!'r. :4 R and Water Co. I IItO rr

\J--I I --. j night, which might be submitted to tive .h,:>aflq.... .-"I!*:'- gfitfiius:: .t1: "I .,1.! i-- 0A ..
4 o o COQHH".oeeOOO.cN..os H"e-nC........ .
8.25 pm ,Lv..Jnck."nt'lllr . ..:it am $.#> pin Lv i JackMmllleVa \r 7Itittrn the city hall congress for settlement. tribal: } t't'--t-;, is a.s I ..: '.'ll-iit. '
10.25\r.\\.lIyt.rl.. ..l.v :;.til amn 1.1.14fJlIIr'; \ -ro-. .. 1., 5..ulun 1 ,
7 UMiii Ar.... Atliintu ...l.v.Lv "'+.1<11'11I ;.2:<"> HIil ,.\r. . .\I"'an I>" } ...l.t !1.".ixulN.45pnAr..Evanstills.5 j i One of the colored violators of a cityordinance }h.len Leslie-Hate;: proved) herselfa :; .. r
7: arn Ar..\r..Mt.l.oul.... :1'1111'111(0. ... ... .Lv/I.,, n.pnt 9 e.Ciant: i |pttl I I!7..IIluur..t..'.I./Iln::!/am ,i.\r.Ar ... liiriniiuliiim..:(!lw'a"l1 Lout. .... .....1..I..u.\lJ.m.J.,. 11.1111'1-I.llIf.mft.48alll I I" Mayor Titus fined was Thursday unable] uirrning to pay his by the capable: audience entertainer wIth her, and witty deli mono.htfil! I:r--.G.................. ooea8e. e.o o....... ... 4,

fine and was sentenced to 1u day
I Issues and excellent recitation.I : ::. I II e -s_ "
For Rates Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or Write :ion the streets. Friday night he was .
The real talent: of both sin:.i t: :I Southern 3
I A. W. FRITOT Division Pass. Ajt. W. D. STARK. Traveling Pass At.JACKSONVILLE. I lurked: up by Night l'&; l'eman Cowan I' was orought forth in the opt-ati: ; Railway .. '

138 WEST BAY STREET . - . FLA. | :n a "pickled"] condition the city au- i-.
t j".lhelum] River. Miss( Switb'n'!': .
: I I ithnritit* having allowed him the showed unusual range and sweetn-'--; I| NORTH, EAST A \VEST I Ii .

i i I l>r\ilete: i of spending his nights at I.;! throughout the entire program ai.d .........I.II i
I Seminole Limited Steamers UUSIAI iioiiif instead of in the city jail.Whl'lI I II
,I ,f'I J tr song ".\.shoo at Her Lattice: i

I SOLID TRAIN he found himself in the hand sting: from her balcony window, calla 4 == Fast Vestibule Trains Daily ==4 .....1B ...1
of the night policeman the prisoner
for repeated
I Electric Lighted Throughout. :--- Constitutionare tMinlpy laughed and said: "Look The sf lections: we we'l" adapl d J FROM ..
ht'ah. toss an't. pinch m', at .
you to the voice; of Mr. Lane, who was at
pt5 Cfy4riROPO belong to Marsh .; Gore Th JACKSONVILLE"The I II N
199ti now running betweenDAYTONA : ; now. 'I his: beet throughout the evening and I .
1 .
: l night policeman se.Ced the questionof
hawed remarkable ability. His rh: .
what to do by al o\\ ing the .
I and wan h.lrtot.L'tc: \ fairly. rant; in both II sims. I I Florida Special") 7:40: a. m.1 N
hi.- treedom on pr .aige to be oi .. ' .
::: "Will: the: :'i.L; Xft'iS- '
) PALM BEACH hand for work in the morning. ." "The Southern's} Southeastern Limited" 9:00: a. m. I
iili.l Oll'y! Hr I .
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I ...... Steam tics
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"The Florida Limited" 8:05 m.
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I CHICAGO O SI LOUIS I Leaving Daytona Saturdays and I t Tp hi"i. .tln..in thMv U a >star "SCHOOLS AMD: FOOLS"ON .
5 "The Atlanta-Jacksonville Special" 8:50 p. m. .
Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. I law whi.-li |M>rluts: citt! .i> desr.iu: :, THE PENINSULA. 'I I Ie .

I AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. bound South. !t.. .Id"lt i i the: commission; form DI'iov i .
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IkelllllJll'halrl'lr.I'dllll1; ::11'. Tuesdays at 9:00: a. m. I r.i.tyi.i-: a.d ail othtr! ciy; <'!!1'i:: .-'i' : \ r ::::. r'\\; ;I . : : : Pullv..ii: : : Drawing Room Sleeping: Cars to Atlanta Asbville. Cltcattt.: B
1.". jHkMHiiil- si":: p.iii. bound North. inliid-a f: : ;;:; thety: ro'i.1i1:!. a:'.- aboirh ; ':- .
Ar. i'liiciuu.: T-:'. .1. in. : .. I. -' '!:::01.... ,'. :..::\ i Cicai! .->. Clcvclaud. Colorado Srrin .. Detroit. Louisville and tic 1"1. i... I t
Ar. St. l.(uU-. T-J": a. m. .., ...... : !I..I l anal! the i-ouipl--'r uiia.s: ,nt' tin lalmr
1'1'11.' I. ,
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)0rI! "I"t" i-.ir n \.tluni-- a ml I r.nl- .. r nA t'ir tI i -
to thr lU1llllll110te : ; :!
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road. tk-k.1. 11.1.11" .. : I .itV: .felt-' <.;I...1'! .i ::1'.t': ;; ...... .
II. tNTVK.I.:! .11.
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; wio! devote their! whol' tini- tfl !
Florldtl'it.Ito.: .. .Ja"-"-"II\III.'. Kla.g ; I"'I.\. 1.'I 1./ I SOUTHERN; I RAILWAY DINING CARS
I :attfiKliu: :: to the affairs of the! cityand ,
!: ul'IIu.h I : : t,. \1. .it I . -
for which salari -
they are paid -
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-- -- ----::=-.C'- __ AND I r.tlr> $::..<,"i per year each. The city: I Feb. 11 (In American History. i. i i iI ...1.1.1..11 I

rO' oen ST. AUGUSTINE of Eau Claire was the firsa t city in I 1T3T-aniel: P xine.. famous: Kentucky City Ticket Office 108 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Florida i .

0 the Badger/ state to adopt thit-! commission pitlm.'t'r and ticlirer.: born; died I IL a

The Attractive Way I Furl in K- '..r'ItrrBROTHERS : form of government and tlii a. 1" "I.1.. I \< I.. MKKK." i: IF'I1:1', : j .. 1,

:idea originated in the office of C. M I, 1S12 Alexander Hamilton Stephens, I1 \.. 1' ,:.' i.i. ,. : I' \ I . Kli. : '

McCOY Merrill who arrived in o.. 'ton a l I statesman vice president of thee ............... = l tra,
\ North and West .1 Confederacy. born; died 1SS3. art Lt
: Thursday and is now a guest at
1515-Rritlsh war sloop Favorlta arrived : v..tr
.......................... Uespland.;: Mr. :Merrill i is a regular nt New York with the treaty I99999999999999999999999999999099999t991>99999909999+ on ai.

South Atlantic Limited winter: visitor in Daytona and is well]t of Ghent concluded between the .Isis11...I
l STEAMERS : known here. In fact he was her United States and Great Britain:

lat spring, when the ell"dion'l1ktJ Dec. 21. 1S14. I

11 Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. : Uncle Sam and mltl.a coaipMf change :in the mu 12S--Pe \V itt Clinton statesman RndtO'lrnUf STEAMER SWAN I Ii

ii A solid through train daily : ncpal: : ] affairs in Eau (]airt"a i of New York projector ..........1

II For Cincinnati & Louisville 0 : Cherokee : h,'Id. Mr. Merrill declares the Chang e of the Krie: canal die: born I7'i1SC1 ; ; > .

Through electric lighted sleepers to the commission: form of govern -Abraham Lincolu. president ele,>t i LENGTH 150 FEET 281 TONS. I II : THE I

o & Grand Rapids F. >1 H Till:: Ftt1' ,(t"..t the bt t thing that I!l of the United State, started on his -
To Indianapolis meat was > evejt r
I "t1k> place ia the city on the Chippeu a i memorable journey from Spring. ; With excellent accommodations and service, lighted by : : Fresh milk: 'rN
field. Ill., to 'Yl hlI; tlln. .
Tomoka i ai'.d: that, nothing in the world ooulcnow :" I electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passengers .
i 1009 Mrs. C. C. 'haffee. owner of the
0 Dixie Flyer induce: the people of that pine e II .
__ 0Q famous fugitive slave Fired Scott i is now being operated betweenDAYTONA
I' change back to the old: form viI r .
died; born 1>15.ASTRONOMICAL: .slst
Jacksonville .....
Leaves 8:25 pm. n I I' i jovt-rnment with a dozen 01 r _

!I. A solid through train daily .i i River i i ; ;i./\':: L.ty: officials; and a bunch: o:r EVENTS. I '.
I and
For ChicagoMontgomery .visy going unreasonable nnd graft. (From noon today to noon tomorrow)
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: .
I 11 *e. <
i I 'n!I S! aldermen to make ]aand rule:" San sets' 5:23.;: rises C:54: ; moon sets, I II I
I ,.. I I .
I Route 0I n .' t* Every Tuesday.. and Sat- .** !":r the town. Mr. Merrill declare 7:23: : : a. m. PALM BEACHi ...

*. urday.m January. *. I ..
n 8:15 .
Leaves Jacksonville pm. i

Drawing room sleeper daily U .. -- .. F. E. C. TIME I TABLE( i :. Amer." PS t

I i I
LI For Evansville & St. Louis co l.N I LITECT J.'t All' v. IQIJ Intermediate; Points, through the Picturesque lIahfu .

Dining Cars on all trains i INLET AND ..... in r'I' .-Itv-\--1. 1-n1-"-- \ I I: I \ ,. I and Indian River Route. |i .,....... "
.... s Leave Daytona Thursdays 3:00: a. m.
:tm a; H' ::
.t/ 2I)
:a7 .7 tap
I I For full particulars address ---. -- --- -- I 9 !|, Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8:00: a. m :
WALKER, Fla.] Pass. Agents i ii Ir i _ -_- O.O >> )0
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St 1umfutme I I .c
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4 4 . : : \ ,1'!' .. Oriw-' J ;: -OK IKKK'ISM! : I) STATfKI1 ;\\- ,I If Iff ..
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Louisville&NashvilleRailroad\ v [ :. Every Monday and Friday :.. : .. .....,_M'.. I ASSMM.' . ; -'( >. srrRil, : I !I; !: 0.C.

in January 4 .
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C] : Ferry Pivk .it 9 =to m. : Thi '. : .i.hI.V" I Ott''">tp : ..
: 118 W. Baa SU JACKSONVILLE [d ", _
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i "li+. R}: r NEWS OF THE HOTELS t. ; .- .... -- ;-. SEABREEZE.
The .. 4 :
. best kinds ,
of -
t 1 a Daytona, Florida a CONDUCTORS' j, -. 'idi--j': FLORIDA :

market. t J j J. .: ij L] fJ.I. ] I j I ;L : I t I :

{ NOW OPEN Absolutely
t y
t Ii J.V.. Oluer and wife. Grand Rap ;1 :: @J :=:
1<, 9 ., t' Ji. .... ... ..
V ti ii .t. 'iC.It.
IR t. : id.Mich., l.. .1. Cameron and \. ':'.'. ? : '" f. f.
CONVENTION.i1 i1TO i1i -:; #
l L. M.' WAITE, Owner and Manager. Mrand I 1"r f" Ireprco
Z K-.let.:\ I>Lid;: Oh.o, ;u.d! ] "' "'-. OJ 'JI'v- -;: -- .
n condition. : Mrs: : ; Da\ :id Steele ofVA Ha\et T. I '''' e '\. "Tf
any Zar Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all i Now Open
( Greatly : ( .,i.in.,/ are- recent: arrivals at the i : # .; \ :

t 1 t : Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern I Gables. Mr.] and Mr*. Steele have \-1: BE 1 HELD"{ m l 9 TO 20 :- .._ -.t,0 :

Convenience. Send for Booklet. : I ited Daytona: in several past Booking Offices:
t Seabreeze Florida E. L. POTTER, PresidentHotel

a e. i. 5.CONCERTS. DAILY. : Recent arrivals: at the Ridgewcod'': Hi I FLORIDA METROPOLIS.If i I Blackstone.: Chicago!' :
i 1180 Broadway, New o'r" W. S. KENNEY Manager\ :: .
4Z i 5' A.!>.lr...*-: ATI.AXTir: H' rK.: : :Xarraenn lf r. KhoOt-Island. : include Frank WOo tLdred. Cbk-ago. .' .

.................! .1 :...Humim-r.........o.a.NNNNGN o.C$9..4o.a.o N..N.N : H I It L+:Crman RutL- and aud wife wife Bristol Philadelphia Pa. Walter .1I-j: CHARLES S. EMERSON, WELL- ._.._..__..........._._._._. ._ _6.__ ___&_.._.._ _'_.6._ _._...............

I (...!!0! d'a0QiO CeDQ8: ct GN-ee C'CQt 304 Q 4 CMH..e
.................. D drainer and wife. Philadelphia, I
: ................;.O.C.O.a.NNo.N..NNNN.....N : LvV H Martin and wife, KokomoInd KNOWN NEWSPAPER MAN, Dl- 1( I! Located in the Most

o M PAN Y- Dr Ross C Martin and wife. I RECTOR OF PUBLICITY, IS IN \i i Saratoga Inn Spot on the Halifax River... ..KI

1 THE RIDGEWOODE. I Louisville; Ky. Mr and Mrs \V W wall DAYTONA FOR A FEW DAYS. J I | JOHN J. McGUIRE, Proprietor.
[ESS LUMBER ;. k:'r. Hartford J A Morton !
* ted Cement in Stock i j jnd D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. : siis, City; D C Geiger. A G Geiger I Mr. and :Mrs. Chas. S. Emor.! I:, i Florida. Table cl the best of everything in season. Terms as reasonable as I

Orange A\>. 0" .. Reading Pa. II | of .Jacksonville,; .are iu the city; for (.i' the service will permit given on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No. 112 I
r I I II I
J- MALBY Manager. : NOW OPEN. Among the--recent---arrivals- at the a few days. j teeMHee".eH.Me8CeCl .""ooeo............

I Mr. Emerson, who is ontof, th.- .

NNN.9.a16...: Northern : I Bennett are Mrs G A Wheeler Xew well-known newupap-r men of t the (..I..N....N......N..:(.;;.O...............N N N. 'i I ; i ,
: All departments will be managed by white help York Mrs L II Smith, Mies: A II .
state is director of publciity for the ]
.....eeeo........ i Sn.itli.: Mia K C Gardner Sew : THE BENNETT :
and white
f selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, I grand division. Order of Railway:! i f !

York: Mrs E A Williun.lk6: J W Conductors of the United States :and \j n.\.""1'0",,\.. ...1.01:1 I n.1 .\. :
I Ie f help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : Kowland.! Rockpcrt Ill, :Mr and Mrs Now "|""'ii\ fur !''I' lord\ neon \nail.I!'i.- I li', .. ,i-i,,: ,i".m' _. i ', 1:1; "I t \ ll.nmlK.: \ : e
Canada and which convenein .. .
\ Mexico .
Till.iilur. -
: 1 l'rfi 'ti TilK .ftl"I ni -t-ra-Ifl.' \ I M pntirulur.
> >
: Frank .\ t LANF.pt': |prI.'I" '' n.
ework.: |
II + with all the delicacies of the season cooked and served by the X H Knapp. Jacksonville May i 9 to 2i u.I >. ; ::11''I'f | 1'.1', t .il,[. whil.- 'IIM.KPN. '. i ii... I Lane Ft :Myers Mrs S D Dickey i '4.I :a!III"""h. i" a lid H lix-utinii! ., l'n\t' t"L. DOiid \ ml i (Kulj': w-. Tuoti'iiin .
f finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, Miss S1: Cornles. :Miss L McConnell .1 I This: to be the largest l'OI1PII- "-ourtu.u.iK'" : Hot'iwn.l", "I"| :: ntii.' iiKnilh nl f :\11111. S
tion ever held in Florida and it is i j:| Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages, Marblebead Massachusetts. :

i Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House Shelter Island, N. Y. PiUrtburg Pa, Mr and Airs II expected there will be from! .",,(IMMJ to J j......N.........No....................N......N.NIe
4 L Boardman Boston, )Mass 0 C McKenzie : t -
: ..1N..............................N......O*...t.: 7;HUI 1, Albany X Y.11': and Mrs the Xorth American continent. |I. .00000....0.NeeNe.. .M.Me..-Ow000..N......N-

--- Leader. WisMrs A F
-- Caldwell
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----- --- ----- : The ladies: auxiliary" the order: i: I II II

sweating over adays ff9itittitBen.iti.ati.M.fti.i.iBti.i.iai.i..aa Mii.. Push :Mr A R Bosler, Lakewood X will hold Its convention at the same :i THE PROSPECT
trying to get Jersey. I I
r time and Jacksonville racing $lo-), I
one on time when ) : THE PRINCE GEORGE :. I 000 to entertain the thousands of I I 109 South Ridgewood Ave. I
a Recent arrivals at the Desplant I 122 i rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office

: =DAYTONA, FLORIDA : include J McCormack: and wife J distinguished'isitors.. I| Steam Heat.
It has been the plan all along! to I
a Hilyard& Holroyd, Proprietors :I A Chew and wife William Baker I i P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor.
make this state affair and the entertaining -
:ic IRONIrons .. I Xenia O, Mr and Mrs E E Burney, : a division at Jacksonvillehas .l i.........................E a..o...........N........ ,
Mus Catherine

': Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. J, Mr and Mrs W Burney V Carpenter :Mh;=:s arranged with the railroad of the ......................................................
Two hundred loot frontage on Halifax River. state! to furnish: free transportationto .
A Ethel Carpenter Amsterdam X Y. FLORIDA. *
Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. any point in Florida to all de.e- HOTEL SENECA JACKSONVILLE. .
: Pool Mrs William Bechtold. Miss Lillian : i-oltNKI, : I'l'VM.M'' "' tM'K.MTS._ JENTIRELY

e Steam Heat Throughout. Bechtold Xewark X J, Mrs Mary: E gates and visiting members of the .

: White in. Dinind Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st C Whitney: Raydaum. Mass. Mrs I.. order during the convention or after :i NEW. :
will enable them to
its close. This *
: A Dn-er, Edwin G Dreer, Philadelphia: :I Albert Bennett, Proprietor C. R. Bennett Manager

. .. lor. "'Angii-tln II rd l J M I Akers and Jack Akers Jr, see the various points of interest and .. *
in wife. ,
.1 r H The Frlncf OforR'Il -r1 the only landing I'aytor.n I familiarize themselves with the : A Nu-- IMailor! N'ir.; |'.-Oi-| | Kunnini: \('at.: r. 't.rr Hit P.I 'P'l.m. mi.rHiMitn. I: \
touts. I'urtk-uliir with pl"-aur Gardner Akers, James C Prosser jen- .
.1i : Palm Bench j .' wiiir PM.Tir..uh.Mit.! ,Sf f.y( : r. Foster *
era! conditions of th.stap. *o tunycan : .
i THE BRISTOL. Astuiy Park. N. J. { n..Iard: O. T F Crowell; and wif. give intelligent inf+>ruiai: illll> to ......1.................................e............ ;
: Same Management as Bro.-ktou Mass. L C Miller, "VanAVerO

and are ..........1.1.1.. Mrs .ri It Taylor. Brookline Alas,. the The traveling publicity public.committ e 's pp-p-ir-( ................e....1.................................

..41Fr dli.H: Y eager, t:()sn.) *
H H MANWILLER. Proprietor
I _ ing a s<->ri.t< of :illustrated aic1', :: NEW SEASID'F INJ.-J *

.1.1..a.> .... .... ......1.1e1A1.'... f overiig: t tii . 'a<}iin; ;:; citws: of TI"tate : DAYTONA EEACH. FLORIDA

: I HOTEL CLARENDON. l 1..1' til.- !ha'aIllO: ) ...,0:1\.1': r : TIll, new i-.il ,elov-t: ,r J1. h'h I l b.-< .at' l't'.ii en:: .I' ;ccl: .'nil: rcu:!\ 111 lied : I ,

;I I '1 !l.i t rf-iiiar:: visitors: ) are new K- lJ'k, 11 L.1! '.. :a :... girt .-tlt..l '.. ,I.l : !t'r, !ti!l': ,..-.1.. ,--i "M--ll: f.' n.cot: t p! i.inirvrticii: : ot 1 :t --o V111"/ f-atri-na l'. : i I

-trie Ice II ITHE NEW GABLES I e..1,4::; ...I.IIy a: 'iui. itio; s.; .soii.e coin' L(.l.2tt.'.,: .,!1(1! \ ....:i... ..; all,! c', !,." : .,. .t Fi.rn.uxHo.it: H.-t i'J C-KI E:. t'..-> tloctric: : and Ci.i I II,!-s Call licIN! .
I .rm i.r \>uj visits: oUiers who ..illf Rates Application :
I I Le SIH: tll lri}" .II" : :ttI .1 I: t .t. : Rates S2 ;30 per Day and (Upward.; Weekly : on
.. Daytona, Fla 4 I tMtiiii.: their journey south; at tin comtry.Daytona. '!1'' I'' \ . I" I.Tl1! 1 I < t II h'l J !iI I- !c.: < . M.1" . N. .i. ..

V --- .4 j :it, :--e ot' their \Lit here Among Uie . ...................o.i .
-0.ilway. r NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY I : w ::1be\ :!;.1111 a good -li ............ ..... ... .. .
I/ ..--trmuiti at Hotel Clarendon .-_- --- - --- - ---
: : art: --- -- -- - --
EVERY MODERN : -- -- - -
LOCATED. iug: in t.h.s look: :a.Mr.. Eiue.oii: )!! :-:
: .. CONVENIENCE AND A'i' ; ud i | Mrs J K -Ukchell. Uale&burv .., .. .oea.....e.a.e..4.... . Q.O..O..0+..8.'O...
HH8CHeeeeD..IM" ; .1101 l ti'nofintnspils! :!
U Vii; y 9 I so.'Ur;!!- COMFORT .. .. .. ill;: Hv !'rtWII. Chicago. Irs A fi .. '.,. .; ., ) T II <* I
: that puriU'-i-!! \\ :i. ri', fli oi 1 IL'r ; \ T

u.M.i.ord X Y. .Miss Hrickenbroujii! : ]. .. ,, ,, ".1 i ..1.1I ihe Ivy Lane Inn !
i>'irte>y if 1:1": l IJ;'i\ronu : :
i Steam Heal Throughout I I-t.i\ -ite lud. Cba. Il'Litile anti .
trade. He sa.vs: : :, l lijjt I.'''"" .1' rconductors :; *
rif r'am.ly! l'etea0d! ilrs W A Wells: I *
I :and tis:> .r WV! 'It':1! l.Daytona : A High Grace House catering :to the cost particular: : people.: Central lecatien. <
St Paul -Mrs D Buxton
: i, Mian C amchauffeur
L t darn: : .M..y. S3 00(j() and S4 CO day-S17.EO and higher pr ..eek. : 1
: ,, Proprietor. : Chicago. Henry Bell Mi is.!s : per

I ,TJ"nl-oImll-lalll 1 I : Martha: Dell, ilias Caroline Omerly. i i IJ
: TbArluii.t! < I I : Open November to May. h1. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor( I
h I' .rk. N. l.. '.i.i' ma:: kiiiniii. i I.1 I'h.ladelphia, Mr and Mrs W W Holt :
1,11, I ;: I >..*****.*...*o.*.o....*...*.....*...*.. ..*.....*.. I I
VESTS I { l KvanMtm: :, Ill, Mr and Mrs J J P..rkII Fifty Years Ago Today.

. I : :?-, Milwaukee. Mis E S BennettAik.ny. Feb.11. HHI..ClO..oeNM..MM..eHe....

: E L Taylor New York.lo" :

Daily ==41I ....... .i.11........ .- I I (C: Tr-es. Plttsburii.: President F.1..t Lin.n! 1ftSl I I THE SEVILLE E H. PCRDY Prop.Honda. 5 I Ii I ''i r 1 1 I ringn: ,'ld h.a. MXMM:!! tnin!:; on I I D.t. T )!'.I. }

I N 4: I the 4.irttY estern niiroa! ; I
: A FAMOUS' RACE.The train consisting of a tit zaue: I GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON
I I Grounds. rile most dcli ht'ul t't t the City i.
i car smoker and pa: senvrer Surrounded\ bv Spacious: 1:1: fart
LLE I Greatest:; Steamboat Contest on U1!:! coach and driven !h y a '|M,nr- The ::ue-.ts rcct-ve the best the: market! afford in the Jimn\ r' MII :iiid\ every 1 1i

=New" and First Class : Mississippi River. ful liters; locomotive. m"iv.-s ;-it I .. comiort: and convcuir.ice that a *oll ic{uUted hotel.iii <"Vr to the: puhl.c.Tho :. i ,

I I The ri'.it1 t ran1 -\vr nut oil' ti! I the ntiof thirty mi\\.-< an: .MeeC"tHHe..aeeO 7:40 I
a. m. IN
..- 1 :\l.-..KSJJ.';,! u.-is 'lwiu.ru' '!i.- .Ni'1:! I hn1Jr.Fr.'tluent. !stopsvi!, >nnii '' -- ---- -- --- -- --- ,

9:00: a. m. I II ;i l I.'. tf iT.ik' : iu l.it! ;'I..ati: ;; i ."'.- ; : .'... ;an-1 '11". Linoo'ii' aiMr>'<''.-.l' t .1Oi.EORt= .azu2cm' I.308.78ii..e .aoiuo.a.se rsottEaaaI I
Electric Lights Electric Hells I'lillull! :: I IIV c vi.T .!n|I '!*. I'. I. -T'l:i', '-- I .. I4' I It
1; "
: Steam Heat ; tl- |l''ljl i \ heartier ovatin'iTiau : DAY-ONA. P1.1! Lii: i.! : '"''"111:1: <;:"
8:05 p. m. j g Bath tnl: .: :XA .. .' !i'' ::. ..." war: ' "'''I 1 him a1! the I Iway : n\::. vHnnd I .. ,-,,: c. ::1': .:; :. ". .' .< I.II-Ie i S ; t ;..
EI ant Roomsith \\ithout 1 le. i.n.-r! e'.:;" >!''. \' ,,, Sa 1 i I1
8:50: m. : : to Il.d.! :siHlisvas/ : n.-V'-r I .1'IJ'I." ' '' ' d'
p. | "
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Ti-! ::" .< s-.ir.. ; .. : \ ly: : -. re'>elre4l 'It.>;. any p'i.-!!) m:1::1."' : .: '. .. : :;-:l ., -N', ;" Itb.\ i-l-VFiO.! Prop. }I -
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!iv \ '1- i i.i is \ t
Slid fhi! :'oYork: llenM.I : Ar !. t.03.'a>iii.i !lSQIsIIS +l13C4SeEAIIaeOIIl7taII.S7tt.901C! 6; I

i : MRS.\ I. MABBETTE\ Proprietor !'!',. I ;:. (-.. .-.: .,' rr" In,.!i'iiai::' : >"Ms, !i.-J 5'.)!.. t.i jo.oro: I ,
-\> > : I.I I.
,\NtivilKCincinnati, ... people :twl! fur tiit.:: ii r*t tini- ,! .Miss.R.ZWif 1i ifo!}MfHwe"f. 'JQ \)()-:"'" 'iCD.tMG'BOCi S CJGGY I _
I I I.:.!;-, -.i lb!. ; i :: ,; .:I ::' since eli.,-ri'm' !iiritfl. :at his, fu >n
svillt and New York. : DAYTON: \. FLORIDASCHMIDT'S ' .. i r i ii
: 11;i'I'.ir" < .1'i; ;-In. ': l't
Palmetto Avenue .. ture poli'-y.! THE AUSTINOVEKJLOCK'.SG
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r 'i' II.- t.n..1: t: e ; il. r 1
nil i'1 l <." ,'nl !ftu-i i i -i-I ;.'!,I
.1.1..1.1........ 11 1 1 1.1.1 : ::: :!
...1e1.......1.a.1.i : --- THE HALIFAX DAYTCNA! FLORIDA i 'ill
ING CARS i --- ---- --- arai't.-.l' fur tit' ,- i-- in.--t': hiit: v.sfi The Word Bible. i
- : < u- |".>iuts up tie! ri\,-r \vi"i '\11..1. sTriKr'-' I
The wont iiMi: > :fiirta-hes\: a ! G.V SA Proprietor!

.1.........11..1.1N.....1.. : ad: :: l "-"al. TJt'u! he iul! :! UN; ; !In.aty.ir.\ .-', instance t)f a w nr'l'rj..,! fr,tnif-.. l j Electric hts and Call Beils. Steam Heat. Hot and Cold Water j __

i .pf all IUT up:1.'r \v..rks likely T-" ri'tlif '- ) : low to highTare.; 1', tb'- bulk "f: i ( c

jtcksonville, Florida II HOTEL i wiiul .T maki'; the TWHS.-I h-iVH-r. English sp; .akintf: : f..!k it now 01<-:r.-: .......O..M..ooee.... tr! .eeec.....A... ..S....eeee.oo..e""eoeeOOM.eooe. ac'a.
: I ,> !". att: \::, -
t >Il! TlI111"11t June 2 t I'* the bonk of I5'.kin: ('hiu.erittr! -- -

.- U. PBTTIT.: : Henry Schmidt Proprietor. Daytona. Florida : \I.>. 1:1.: th! t. l Il,,ilM. >n II.: !**- ,cft, >:iiinil "i,:'!t : l t..wk. whatever w-roll! -. .
.. ., meant any .................eoa..O
-. I
Atlautic full wM :
1' \ Jacksonville. mile nrltmnTb NzrR
tram .
of the Halifax: Kivcr one of :Xv : cari.i { :
'IJ : Situated on the bauk to speik by the cardr: \ .t "juiv :
........... :; Ocean. It has fifty rooms, sin;lc, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rums < tlv,' tiiifiut late r. Tlw' re'tr'.1 undo u*. Tracins, : the troni r.il.l-; : 1 MISS. D JC .:DllNGS.1[

a are large, airy, and nearly all have sunny exposure. The cuisine and families t service : : b"..'n lvfrTil In .! : is admirable. Rates $3.00 per day and up. Special rates tor n.i\v wtit..1: | with tfath iiiu i ilfer., "*'! but another name for th.. J I.-JTUS: : : I

..v0..NMN.. : on application. : at all l th' river t-.wns. I.&nrtipwtl!" revel. ot Egypt.New: : attractive Modern Hotel.! Table and service under direct II tt: I 1 n
.i ............1.1..........1.1...s.................1.I.. T\-'Tt :nssi inMiil} at :\ f'bt
H[,'i irna and other large:: plavs.' .........................! South' Rid i g e-wood Avenue, DAYTONA, L I
Itftwwn 'ain. nUll St. l..'tii< T'I.: f
1WANNS. W 1338 11 5.1 < 0.1.1 ;. . 1 't \,n 1t."':b ,.1 .1..r i'.t.'d 1 RIDA'I
I . .....1.1.11.I. : Natch.'ztftrrwird clafmwl: t"> "han'l. < Bungalow on :
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113 South:Ridgewood Avenue. : I of at."e; :iinl\ lm k 'n mtl'lllnt'r1"' .. Ridgewood Ave.
) I : MAGNOLIA .. n-'t: !1'tay.rl .. : I !
THE LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. i i:?l.ort 1 K. Lt.! h m-erer. was d
: : : all,1 l arrive in St. L"ais shirt: I
and fruit the plate Furnace beat. RATES: 52.CO per thn-o nnnntt-s! ah.'ad tit th* i'r.",''i"'i-, : v-r Sale. or Brut; :K e' C.111. : The Willmer The OSBORNEA.
[vice, lighted by I : Fresh milk, vegetables -.,' ico-d: J.or u.-r'h -i iPino I
day and up; $12.00 per week and up. : iviinl "irai.iishnl "by IMT mniiftit'TFifty : Hotel: Lo.S5t400.: ) . OSBORNK. Pr<';-
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passengers II . from the lit'iiMfops. .
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ten II I : MRS. CELESTE HINKS. Proprietress. : ts"! 1-vtt an.l: the .1.tC'k l of "Ttiri''1 :100 Bearing Oranges, Grape : Co'1 ire f..c ,
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st'' 'tn',1\ ilT!: i.rt. ""atain! t'aT1r I 11 Or AveThe
; also Garage. ej e St.a''!' Hc.icd: : : i K i- ante y;
I wt; th' ::1.1..f h"ur. Th' 't-" ;' .' ', : 312 So Palmetto: Ave Dav'ona. Ha I iI
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ures'lue Halifax : Manaement H. C. F. DOHM.j '
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i sartry '- 1 Well Known atui PiFu.u! LU \ TONA : u

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numfiers, scatteriHTahing: : "'It here and I t THE $ i
I CUTTING HIS PANTS.A there. He draws In several l Isosclestriangles : CURIOSITY. 1, I I I* T.u

converging at more or less: MARJOI
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Funny Man's Criticism of the Sartorial the same point: l bnt. not liklnz: the : Curiosity is one of the Drman nt :, ltof! Daytona' ,

Artist' Efforts. looks of these, he nibs out !some of the : and certain charac'eristics! of a vigorous ; I i-i on the west Driv

When n tailor puts: you on the meat- lines! and tries over an\in. Then he in'elecl! Every adv m(:-;rTo M ih" IIlllflX: i I

Wins lox, with a man guarding tlio forgets; which ones he nibl"..l out. Itmakes knowledge opens new prospec: .t ''1' locitionc ; \ S ; RiURSI
dliTfrenif ..ID'huw.t last .1 lt'rmlt:; I aitM
.-u1\1) w> increments :n
I door so that you can't pet; away end produces new 'ina IUlcl.lnltattull
he stan.ta off, eritieally; gaziM; up.>u thpMtl'rn :;
DAYTONA- : another making a Look on the ;same,, further progress. T!-* ['ralincaton; .': .". : i' TO
/SEABREEZE and which he has teen casting:; I
and DAYTONA be reels off wir.ething like this as l he of curiosity rather fr.'es us (from in- r ;>vitloa Is >und -
BEACH, two enterprising hit miss rrswi.. I
CHAS. F. i makes a or ; 1!
I 'Ve IJ -il for Ormond
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**J progressive towns on the Halifax BEACH ; goes: about you with hi* inftisurliis; ;! with the rhalk!:which determines, eas ness than ccn -rs p easurc. .. ntr: houses, A

BUROMANTHE Peninsula, are geographicallyone as sepa- ', tape: 1l1PS41S1l4Gee. I wholly l Iy> f'llan11llw l bong your pantsare are more pained by ignorance than -.';icl" bride 1 con- I ,".t Ti'J 1 a ... I
although incorporated The towns par- PHARMACY you're beginning to get a front going; ta te-and smiles to himself. dehghted by iz.rtruction.' Curiosity a.vts Ormond with II\'f. .I:,:a[ ,(..w.drtvt'S!IOU
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rate allel the peninsula north and south !i: ain't yon?-<;!;;17-side and, two Lips. EveryNxly's Magazine. is the thirst 01 the !!Ou-Johnson. 'jrmond r>mn. ""a iugl\1..;.II".r "11 at.lilt, COIN 1 t i!
Dobbin I .111
F. I tint homos ,
REAL of from three and one- James in tomorrow Many I an lieu
for a distance I Jimmie-STAj- I)-Can you tome .toPpID
ESTATE half to four miles, and extend seas east of ProprietorDAYTONA BEACH or Friday?-!!>-(:-Hou o; Th. f'rlndpnI1ifferenre between agenius - - t :.ir.!Ith.T>' maintala side of the on ;.,"t-t ltitf.TT,1N{ re-; : "II i s ''NPiSTAND
and west from the surging fool Is that the genius I* Queered: Himself.: : '11 I.. Ror.
oi( and ;
Ocean to the Halifax Everything Usually a Cat, did you say?-2v-: Custom a tl\.r. most of them fa.
MAN the Atlantic the beautiful tide water Carried In a First the house to have a ,1t'I'41 alt on all orders able to :get people[ to take up his Ideas \11. Jlr. Ji Slll'! ." escLiimrtl: the kittenish surrounded by suh- -

FORt stream River, that sets them apart from Class Drug Store -1 -What was that last. Jiianii.-. and make fortunes out of them.-Chicago lady with the plenitude of pow- tropical flora. and IIj, ,
Daytona with which they have close Department Our Prescription U Complete did I say? Ob, make 23 In the md! Iteoord-IIerald.: der on her facecu must rememberI ihrubbery,b '3ld-;. < Al.l. DXit
SEABREEZEPhone : means of three a daughter: of Eve." I thrifty orange: and WKITKTOORMOND! :
communion by !In everyRespect die-What did you 51).our nani'> am SHOW' 4S
well as a half-hour ferry himself will "Well honestly" replied the blundering I oTh-r citrus! fruit
bridges, as was:, mister?" The man who combats
OPEn HOUSf half that I ;r'-"s. MACONTHORNTO
service. 193BRANCH: I contends with -you dou't look BA|
and Beach are 'Phone Now, nubcdjr can make any -ombi- be happier than he who man. Ormond has! many INGp
Phone 177 Seabreeze Daytona and winter resorts nation of the foregoing; figures wlik-li I I others.-Confucius. 'old." I tractlon4l'.I: 1i 1- !i ,
essentially summer I SEN t DUE
and are making hundreds of will spell anything lik a sent pair' i -at automoblUnt, i

1f 1 new friends every year among those of pants. Hut the tailor! fires nothing: ;ood fishing, safe T1.in ..
f SONNT AG who desire to escape the discomforting & whatever about tine figures which lit( I boating, and runnypleasant
extremes of heat and cold, and calls out to Jimmie and indeed make,: : COUPON. I drlv IK IN ANY WAY tithe
INVESTMENTCOMPANY their hotels and boarding housesare NICHOLSONFEED no reference to them In' his later op ; FREE) VOTING I At Ormond Beach I INTKRKHTKDIN : : ,
located the large
splendid patron ii 1
receiving I PROPERTY
now AND LIVERY the! won'tfit. IXKMoND the ( '
age from the most discriminatingclass STABLE erations. He knows pants i This is from the n >mmatin2! coupon. As .lotel Ormond. and.t1 > (, OR .
what's the use? 11 a sep.u.1te"ot tbr -
of tourists. an} how so l"'ss T sister the t'Rtft,'BEACH| -
The ocean itself, with its marvelous All Orders Given you watch him you will discover that: I m'lnmay be sent in each week for ea -h cmtest.int as can be .r>'ttoa Inn. Thom II. Will Give Your 11r -

i Desirable beach, hard as macadam and Prompt Attention be usually:: takes up some other man'smeasurements : collected. ,> ,T occupies a Kiiiiiu-HH Prompt Al -*
j Locations in smooth as a floor, is the greatest attraction Careful Drivers when he undertakes I .-ltton ovHrloofcTU Att"nttonulitMOND :M --
ofSeabreeze although earth air and sky mlllarwltb RoadsE. the laying out of that particular garment I II I i ;. the- Hallfiix.. and :\1.11.I "
; any part to have entered into a combi- r :<.!. Utter ha as Its
seem charm. I on which he puts your name. II I .utlook the mannl- )1.- "
11; The nation beach to enhance is the famous every automobile A. BRANCHReal Having! selected from the mass: of I This coupon entitle3 ................ ....... ......... I leant beai-h and the ICARNUll\ Alr.M: .-
race course where every world'sstraightaway Estate Agent papers on his desk l a set of fizjires i !>mid Atlantic. : ... 'v
I Offices!I: Evansvllle, record has been made, Bench Cottw/es which suits him he goes behind his I Resides tin- broi'd, FLX I :\I.1..-:- X o

+ I B! 'breeze ndlana,,Florida II nd and all these records it continues to a HpeciaitySEIDEN'5 counter yawns looks In the glass.smooths I .... :. ..... .. .......to 23;; votes in : .smooth beach ti< ri- :\lanl1fl.turl'r of M I ,-,
hold without rivalr- down his hair. hunts for the r uany drives for Pure Home-Made I .

The beach has a width of 300 to place (there he left his: cigar and at The Glzette-Xetvi Popularity contest. This coao>n ni-tot he in .fri.is! and auto- GOAVA V A JEW \1.: .
t ,1 500 feet and can be used from two I I nurbte3!! nrouni ormuml 11.: a
thins which looks likea
ieI CO(1RIIIIROICKACfOR hours after until two hours before I last Ixi.-ird picks rule up, a with a curIn the over olTie l by Fri,lay. ."> P. M. of each week.NOMINATION ,. -drivs toand MARMALADES AND Trcount! ,"
high tide, thus giving an average of DAYTONA BEACH: -olJ{b nroxs of TROPiCALFkESERVES r
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obil- nor like a hockey: tl--k. If you art -- .. .>
nd BUILDER seven or eight hours for autos: ; - 1 d'- nor an :u ;
I Goods Shoes.llcn's In.
I CettugesaHpeclalty ing some pan of each cay. Dry not watchin.sr him he will probably : i': .!V'4throuahtrop-: Special Attention to! Mat>:
JstI C1ntt'durnlshed Seabreeze an:' D..y(CDa Beach: each Wear I cut your (pants I by, ear and will! u,;tI ': .1 Family! OrJcrsPall H
All Work Guart have a permanent population of approximately from bother! to use this tmpout! -nt. but if I 1 "i ruins, ; drives to ILgLI.I'- ATM.ANA4rey rin A v? ball.dUtt..!-
Aeto H I -
t antetnl.Seabreeze.,Florida 1500. Sanitary ordI- T5.! s..isiil.Inn you insist: upon Inx:...H-tbiu be'il make COUPON. : anoirnt I'liuv- ird'i','t-P.utfruteen.r : Ii -,
t cntorced, strees .,- iy built by siavrv't \\". 11.'''': F\I.vII. .
nances arc strictly .
a iTct'-nn:i of M-i>>iitilie u.-e cf ibis iiFtrumcut. -""!,n Titbti&.n'
and sidewalks arc well kept ao.11 t !ante'rs of Ion-
new streetsLra bcia: < opened as fast | whose rt-nl nature or i l'lr- Tilt'tirT D)!IH of the;;;,> c >'ipoasinit its bur e.ih I' rttrttut -'., and dnv-. to teeue i'.two.: ,; -sun:!. :).:.I'-'n-hji''..;.Lilene'.uw.I ...> n
V.C.GRANT A. VANDE VOR lose no human l.rinr knows ur evr ,' '
t as! the iacrca-:L..p population de- entitles them t-> :i.' 1 I i f r," v >tE'>4. Oaly will know. .
''ihsblesettb'r .
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PLUMBER mands. B-side: Uotels and boardinghouses ('olltr .ttr for th.-
!II I ( MASONOP..E! : i What the tailor I is thinking; tlf as he' trill IM> allowed: t.> each contst! mt i ..:''. '..<. places ar. r' -
Water "t.11 and; there ii an >l< cottage Of t !
: login to make chalk! marks iu :i piece : > trt with th.-lnt. r- r
t;:iyulttingPhone .. tu All KindtConor'.t 1 i ; jOUV ,,'.
modattcu i'r: ail winter '' acco-I .t of ,Houthernfrr.it If. Jt ..'J r.. 1IIH
!- ('ur'i'r.-js of "blue icier, using; this rule as a I I
l 52KI both tovviis.All rde.Bulk-, iI'AYTONA straight cxl;:,>. i I.< thjoy ride" Lap i is : I nee at'? Mr., Mrs. or Miss .. . i and lour,'rs.S ORANGESand S
I DAVTOSA KKACHKIXKI1 : tleat.rxcuessof: : : Seabreezeapf : I .n -ofthemoatIn- .
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.A : going; to have with Marie in his new i iI .. :: r 1
lies to Y iyio.ia: Beach the two t r-tn; of tiH'i.I.it.t. I
i towns tiuv .-.O similarly situated. . : auto that evcninir. It makes no difference iI I I .. of.State . .. ...... : ..:ions ts at ti! ' Grapefruit 1.; I
: to him whether the chall slips ,
I to -::ttwit': -rv or the 4C
The : -.* 0: Daytona Bjach: 'I
'I 1 PINEHURSTIVnlnsula e..cl'Jf":1'" I : or nut, nor is it iiiii*>rtant ho far l.illftx and known Best Grown
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has bccu fuli: .i pucnoraiual &s
tr> north! and each I & I I along; this or that angle; he I&lIotilt' as a candidate in The Ga/.ette-Xe\v-< o ntesr Muund::rovIt ;rove on I>''t. Aasrustr t.I.
l>rluDaytona sister on yearthere II ..
i' of the tini' t ..
OATESLAWYURSi i straight 111''urn,1 line to run. lie on" Aui.ilil.u:
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t'' Beach i;: a substantial; growth. The ;| 1 I ur nerovennth.F .- 1.(.-..1 .V'S.sBccd : t
knows they not going to tit. .
are ; anyhow ..
Mtxl krn (bny'-nlen- .
great sand d;:.its inc; been leveled i't .u..t of FiorUi I'
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i !< so why should he N.thcr about it Nominate i bv
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I ;.'u.sotiatilf.Mrs. and lu :dsJ: ::..; homes have been. i :nd ii 1&:11&'ry& I
j \V. H. Freeman I built for bci! winter\ and all-year- Daytona Fla. I I overniui-h, ? The only 11111'p'll' can I pretty surrounhiln,4Mound , Kncx: yP'
) have meantime i is the
I 1 j rit>l>rl'-t tr round 1 possibly one J rove U on

I! occupancy. ... raisi-d in your IM ---- ----- ., ',, I II i "
i from I ln'himl the "-ouuter. looks up and I Aiieustin" rou!. t 1': \\ !" :!lce

t .ttt ****.*.*******..****...ttttttttttttattttwr: I says:: "Jimmie. why in the world \\l.tileit is nit necessary that a coupon be used'l it will facilitate -
didn't you mark the name on thisRent's k\
executed at sI I. i ? Oh.'t.lI.) mini! matters to send one for each contestant. "Tnder) circinnstances -
pants iiev r I

I Fine Job J b PrifitingGazette P g News Office. ::. I The tailor goes' on making: vnil I : will the nfminator'naillI:' he divulged. Job Print!I Finely ecuted ex-at t: -

aI cute little pictures' on the blue 1':1': {1'1'' The iixetteN'Hvs<(< ;; Contest< .M l.lIla.t'r. I n g ,
: :: I by aid !of thi -urv.:< d_tliiny, v liili his this office.
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build i i Lot Jt I 200x346 $1,100. holet

anyone buying to on Q: .

of these lots. >z Lots 3 and 4, 79x346 each, I'

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[ -THE.HALIFAf: I 1\' I HOW TO ENTER. I cause also! to alter these rules cert at the Seaside Inn :Monday ev< n- I:, :............................................9. 1

\ ... F'ROTZIEN' should:! occasion demand. ing. .
Just nomination
'r clip coupon
D U & milesDaytona I out of each: issue of the paper and Rule 12. Any question which! shall :Mr.\ and :Mrs. Cox of Franklin. Ind.. : A Fine Winter Home

m the" west,; Drive I fill: la the name of the person whom arise! between the contesants will II armed this week and joined the : i
be determined by the contest manager rank of pleasant tourists "ho are 0
the! Halifax you wish to enter ae a contes..ant.with :.: .
s' location \ the address' written plainly! or* and her decision: will be fnal.: sojourning at Pinehurst. | ; ..

a permits Straight i' Respectfully yours, Mr. LaDue of Flint, Mich., a.d 4
i nomination
if have
you do not a cou- :
linage andanltutlon Miss Fay Settle :Mr. George, formerly of that plai-e. : House of -i\: P''' .UI-. tnrr.i-i! '!; '.:\fiii'l!, toilet: eleiti! 'n- lijjlifcity! : 9
pen the name and address of the; ''
; TO I as a. candidate. The name of i Contest ManagerI.rLt : but now of Pierson. MicL, old friends; wart'! ; !iiranriful) ; ,1 !' ..t. ;7"\i.:; ;' i (fror. I I.'iatii-u: >MJ 9
tlon is person
<1 ideal su-for Ormond 'IN LEAD. I the nominator will not be divulged.; : of J. J. Bishop with whom they have + "':" '1 \ '. .:: :: :

tomes. A .;. : I HOW VOTES ARE OBTAINED. _- 'been' visiting for a few days past, :; .

ridge con- I1l1d Ir,' It ",\\'drh'1 i I !! Votes may be secured: by securing !If ft esterday for a trip to Cuba exq: l PRICE 3000.
mood with O\'r Ihut n.. reeling to stop here again ontheir: : i 9
\\ golf ; the Daytona Ga- .
... subscriptions to
(Our .
Bt>sc h. C'luh hOll)i tlsit'at the CUT OF: VOTES[S SI Doings return. Mr.: LaDue is a prominent : O
fine homos! I 11 8 t FIRST[ ;i zette-News, and votes will be issued ____ .
11m 110WtOPPlng : Daytona real state' man and both gettlemt-: .
itatned on Ju"t ( tbw I upon the following bass: : 9

st Ide of of themed the ut HKKTTON PCOLIIOOI5-111. I : IN I POPULARITY COSIEST.T[ I TERM PRICE VOTES.. Beach aremost locality.Mrs. favorably. impressed V. ..tittb5 :4t EDMONDSON & DONNELLYThe *

: I I 1 year . . . $ 1..0 . . . .),OljIJ :N. :
by sub- I ;. Sherwood of Bingham-.on,
flora and :2 i years . . :.01)' . . . 12.300; ,, I hen .
Y., \\ ho is i: spending the winter : .s. .sa.H.&e. T. besIdes' t'A I.I. ON STANDING! OF CONSTESANTS 3 years . . . 4.30:; . . 20.0"0i i M..e.e
I D.YTOX.UE.\C'II!. Feb. : .-The has purchased the Fuquay prop"-rt\ -
range and OH \VIIITK.: TO 4 years . . . G.OO.' . . 30,0110> ,
.' RESULT OF COUNTING Library Auxiliary met with Mbs on Palmetto avenue.
trua fruitI SHOWN AS I :3 years . . . -..oJ. . 40.0UO'I' ..c=O. ..B ..ae .a D. ;OSI a.B. B.a g o..= .
Grace: : Keating on :Monday afternoon.It Mr. and :Mrs. T. II. Miller of Ohio | : U U j
has MACONORMOND J OF BALLOTS BY THE CHO- 10': ytars . . 1t.OO.:; . lOO.Ooo I IIII
many was decided to give a musical are occupying rooms at lira. : : Doyouwanttobuyor :
ns-excelomobiling- I 23: : years . . 37.50' . . ., 3uO,000 I HANDPROPERTY : 4
"Kiku Romance"at Coa-tes street. i .
comedy, a Japanese on
THORNTON SEN JUDGES.The Who Cannot Enter Vote- rent t in
1 or I the entertainment to be given in :Mrs. :Maretta Brooks entertained: : : : property :.
ilng, safe
1 No of the GazetteNewscf
and many first standing of contestants: I employe March as a benefit fund for the li- her Sunday school tourists' class;:: n-) ; (I. : Daytona? :
immediate relative of theirs will Q
drives Ii' IN Great populari Contest ol brary. H. F. Stewart will drill the TuE.day.ening: at her home on S: .>a- : S U
ANY1NTKRKSTED WAY In the be allowed enter th.. contest asia SILVER
to s
ond Beach : : the Gazett -:\ews as the result:: of I i performers.The breeze avenue. I : BEACHU : We have the cheapest :

the large IN PROPEUTY IN counting of the ballots by the I nominee or voter. I Tofigny club met with Miss Miss: I. B. Towne of Lansing. Ill b'l It U and the best.

nond, and the ORMOND OR the chosen.is as follows: I Who May Enter- ; Mabel: Wakefield on Tuesday evening. is visiting'her brother and h'.s : Extending from : S S U
sister, judges
ORMON1 BKAOH three Any white man, woman, boy or : $75 00 buys one of the best residence U
I nn. Thexrcuples Marjorie Uoizient :30.300: i A reading: by Miss: Romaine from ily on Valley street Seabreeze.The I River to Ocean :
a He l Will Give Your Miss Holt McCorkle 4C.C23;;I girl of good repute is eligible to: :Mary Carey wa much enjoyed. eleven new street lights for : : on Ridijewood! Ave. Com :

overlookkllfax ulIll1.Prompt Attention Miss Miss Florence Gittens 41,723:; : enter this great popularity voting I Ii :Miss Fay Stewart was over from Seabreeze :avenue have been put in, : : FOR SALE OR RENT : : pletely furnished and located on : i

,and I -.--_ PoJlitz SC.250;; I contest.!; Just send in your name 01 'I DeLand for a week-end visit at horn but on a moonlight schedule are not U : corner tot. Call on SS

has as Its Miss Mena I i a. nomination coupon to the contest from Thursday until Sunday. Misses yet in use.! I. mm & THOMPSON SU
he magnleh Miss Roberta Hobbs 21,323:;:?:; I II :

and the J JAS.CARiIiI A f Mrs. L. H. Rowe 30.600 I i management of the GazetteNews.The Keating and Messrs.; A. Maxwell andJ. Mrs. FletcherViison of Pine street I : If R. l I' John-oil willall ::TIll.. : M. L. Waggoner:

.mtlc. Sullivan 26,073;; I Judges- C. Brown, guests at the Seaside was given a birthday anni"er l>;atly :N. "> otTlfI.I...,'forM..>n I ,
Miss Queenie will be tr'I. h sill It,- pr ..'iitf; I \\ t'i' twiitick't ,
the broad, ORMOND, FluManufaC'turf'r \. J Miss Neva Vann 23,030;; ;; I The total count of votes Inn. motored to DeLand with :Miss surprise party last Saturday \ !. to tt,.- 4'r'tat Th. ...touisi .. U : OEEce People's State Bank.uVViVfVfViVifViiiffti :
'nch thtre I made by a committee of three prominent who has I U U USISI.IIISISISISISISISIIS1
of Stewart Mr.: Brown of Indiana.
drives for PnreHomeMadeGUAVA liss Margaret Brokaw 23.V23;; :;: business wbo will be absolutely Sunday afternoon.V. I I : .I.i.is............i :
men Cloud here for a
and auto- Wilkinson 24,273; C. Grant is laying water main bought at St. was !
Miss Clara : '
round OrnTOVl'9 JfiLYMARMALADES / Anna Mabbette 20,323;;i I' disinterested: part'es.: The committee -I this week to connect the city hall, few days visiting his nephew and I = -

IV''tound AND The Miss judges selected to handle the i i will be announced later. Seabreeze and R. M. Mallery's residence niece, :Mr. and Mrs. Q. B. { .Vr 'Vr r "'O ,i W.vn

ofrnngesi TROPICAL l Management- on Pinewood avenue, with He is very enthusiastic Lh'iUgton'l '
votes each week are
; PRESERVES count of the I j For the purpose; of making the Smith waterworks. Mr.: Smith has growth of the ; ..:
'ugh trop- Special! Attention Major H. T. Titus G. B. Young and Ga- : i ?
contest the : REALTY TITLE
.I to Hpan- Family OrdersNIC.IkT to R. H. Lesenen(1! the count of the. a complete success recently purchased and installed an Cloud, and says there are now be- : CflNRAD-flATES
drIves tot AWAKIM, AT, zette-News has signed a contract electric pump to replace the one tween four and five thousand people c:- ,
I>,m.Am'rll'.1QJ >''.. : ballots yesterday afternoon was con- Contest
with the New :Method company
Caua.by IoltIon-Ituir,,hi which he has had in use for some at that place.
slaves. \\i'ht Inrtla(} J\pf.si.: : ducted by these men. of Jacksonville, who make a time. Mrs. Cora Powell! is improving her I
rll of Ionsdrives tlon-I'harl- on .! : The selection of these reputable I specialty: of conducting contests ofI the AND INSURANCE CO. INC.
LouIsiana lnr-- chancefor The Sewing Circle met with Mrs.: home on Grandview avenue by
to K:x JIOSIt business men assures a fair I will furnish [
ations. of'liettlpfli. t ion.Ht.I""t1.i conte6tants and in future I this kind. This company I Henry Pollitz at her home on Orange addition of a sun parlor and other: ,
all :
j a competent and experienced 1 COil.tt'StI avenue yesterday afternoon.Mr. changes of a minor nature.

ces are n4- these men will attend to the countingof after-I manager who will have complete control I : Bogede; guest at the Seaside. The Edmund cottage on Valley : CONRAD BLOCK 'PHONE 128 t

the 1ntr.outhern- 1ollyiORANGES; : the after ballots 5 o'clock.LIST every. Thursday. I of the Contest: Department.To Inn, entertained thirty friends, the street was taken :Monday\ by Mr. -

flow.rs.itMiiostln. noon the Public- majority of whom were guests: at the Jewel, wife and child who arrived :: 1-

OF PRIZES: I This contest bto be the greatest I j inn. to an oyster roast on the: beach I from the forth. We to offer the following
of tuose andGrapcfruit First PrIze. .One Chopin Upright I ever inaugurated by any paper in ,I :'lomlani ht. The moon was just -- !

>I" U At the Grand Piano valued at. ".$430.0;; ,3 this section. !! right and everything favored the full Origin of the Cannon. j I c:5 from our list of

'* of the Second PrUe. Scholarship Columbia !- I We have spared no expense to:; enjoyment of the occasion. I It 1* n curious fact that the first (":tnt t| ocI

rid;.ro\known.... It Best Grown College valued at. . ..100.00I I make at a "live wire proposition" I Some! thirty-five guests at the I non was cast at ".>.nit-e. It was: called! ,' : property:

he llno-t Grove on Ht. AURUS-,! I Third Prize..Scholarshp Draugh- that will keep the community much Seaside Inn made up a. charter partyi ; a "bombard" and was Inn'lIh'tl awl: l :- ,: _
tin I A utul1ohU.l
veson heof KoiiU !ii'i MilesNort !: ;L ton's Business: College . . 50.I j interested in the outcome. \Ve are I!i -Monday and enjoyed the Toiuoka tripI employed f h y Genertl 1'isani In :a wiragainst : e:-- .-- **t.-. -_ _

.Klorliinw : It ofHOTEL. Fourth Prize. One Mission Writing I endeavoring! to give Daytona ad: viiciiiity I I in the I'tu-le! Sam. T.he luiu-h ;at the I : th! <.'n.H.5e. The nr-iu.-:: : :: No. 12))-$4.809 will buy furnished n...

a veryoundings OHIONl'I I Des-k . . . . . . . 2i.OO : the newttst: and most u;>-io datecounty I'omoka! ralMiTvas tie: mo,t talk d bombard which bears the date:! ,of )I':;:' ?1. < I'L.
I house on Volusia avenue faur bedroom _
Deed, Knox pn' Fifth Prize. .Rebate CerUticate paper in .che state, and we so- o:' sVaiurf' i(: the day. : 1* still preserved- :and. stand. ;at tu I! 3M :
k't* i It on \> and bath, five rooms on first :::
n'saint: I3ced Comjiar.IUTUW .- valued at . . . . . ::-.0.00 I licit I ; : the hearty co-operation; of tlu Mrs. \\ liof: Toronto. Canada: and : foot of Pisini'-i st.itutat the :tr..wL! tmo .floor. ... .

roud. Po rofflce I :Sixth: Prize..Rebate Certificate citizens: in this contest. i i iioldnian d New York organized the : The Jx'rnl>ard tbew ::1 stone 1'111: ) p-minN. '; -1.in

valued at . . . . . . ::;;.00 To merchants who advertise withus : party. In weight. I but :i Mother, Vein-tut n uiueml. :, '<"=;': No. !13?-$1,300, five room furiiish3 .

-- ----. Seventh Prize..Rebate: CertUIc; *.-e II we wish to say that Yo e expect by Plans and specifications: drawn by t !. KranrNro I5I rde. lMiir|' 'v,tl I it iu: j jtil ) House, one acre ef land, Holly Hut, I

valued at . . . . .. 20-XOO this contest to double our circulation : -I L. S. Hall.!! Daytona. have been accepted -I. be wait able to handle .-hire} : < frock ::: fruit troee. ?
Finely exrllthng Eighth Prize..Rebate Certificate and our advertisers will realize: : for two apartment buildings to and! liuwlders wt-jgliiu;; :;.(N'O I c::-

ecuted at valued at . . .. . . . 175.00:; that it. :e to their advantage to beipin I I I le erected tor J. M. Dunlap and II. I I'oundIt proved' disustn-us:. ;.. him. :.: No. 119-7 acres land, 3CO orange S:
II the however for one diy during tre sieucof : 'JIlt peach and persimmon: trees, 6 room 8\.
N'.neth! PrIze. .ltehato Certificate : this work by supporting con P. Stewart on their lots on Bath I I
) Xiira while be was: .>;;,-ritn! : liiterriltit' -* : dwelling, $2CC3. : I-
valued at . . . . . 130.00;; ) I testants.j : ,-treet. west of the Seaside Irm. k I fii:..i'uh.* wis: !liurlec I.>' ..t :; :.

Tel th Prize .Rebate Certiticate j Now Is the Time- i Duulap has let the contract for building over the walls: nu
valued at . . .. .. . 123.t'0: ;; I I The contest begins with this Icsue.I ;; .I : his apartment house to 1.). F. Kunuay -I : grove, Smth Ridgewood. IS

Eleventh PrIze. .ltebi1e::;; Certificate: I the tone to enter is: NOW. Get In : and work :ii to btgin soon. I c::: .
Rhinoseroscs With Two Horns.Several : No. 10f.-:7.SCc. new house on
I valued at . . . . . . 100.00: the race befpre the others get In :'is the intention of .Messi\ Stewart a
I I I sjavies .i rhiuuceruMfs. uu\\ c; Rid ew'i: ; : avenue.:
and Dunlap to erect the = E Ea
the lead. apartment -
extiu: : sul: only found in :t fossil : I Ia
Total .. . . . . $1,830.00: I Rules for the Contest : houses; in the rear of the lots ami I State. usd lo exist nhu-h had no born.-, : c: No. 106-$1zo0, two large, deep
The first prize which will be : build residences the later I :
for on rear on. alL The : lots on South Ridgewood.
Rule 1. All money suUseriptioas tit !l iuue.; Weaning as it (lu.-s '
awarded to the coatttstant securingithe I i :Mrs. Browning and arrived : .
: shall: be paid the coattst man baby "homed lileaIS rutucr a misuoiuor c;
most votes consists; of a genuine -I ; Sunday from Palatka on a visit to in their case.!' Several kinds of rbinH.tmses .-' ::-= N:;,. 120-4 acres land 103 orange

$430.00;; ) Chapin Upright Grand I ager.Rule 2. Contest manager's signature -I: their mother and grandmother Mrs ; in Africa have two born, "'ne <:::: trees, truck land, S roam cottage, : I
Piano. Thit> piano is i: a very fine instrument before John Allen on Valley street. behind the other but the extinct rtiinoeeros. $1,000. I
be affixed to votes -
rty artistic merit of I must Last known as the dycenitheritim.had .. :; ,
of special of value in the ; Saturday C. A. Calloush delivered .5 .2H
they are any No. :07-S2.2CO, five room cottage
high grade and (quality: latest case a lighter of stones at the foo: a pair of horns! on i its nose side hside. )
I contest. :; Day to.I; and Cypress streets, large -
selected figured vaneered of. of central bridge be used in :
design, to
be bought.
Rule 3. Ballots cannot I 'lot. j
highest quality, double I veneered inside The contest will be run on a fair: building a stone wall on the 1H.. _;: I

and out. handsome.;; siulid mould: : HoUhki Peninsula drive property.Mr. Ready Sacrifice. :-5. No. 103-$1,500, small bungalow: :;:
basis, fair for all. Votes can oalybe 1h
I ings and hand-carved trusses hand- ; toss, and Mrs. J. L. Dunn are enjoying TC.TI.I.; : ; ;." v.i.l a newlycgtz.d: : : } ::.. a West Magnolia, lot 50x150 almost ..""
obtained by securing subsvrii( .
; t. L ': : .:l."t' '_ i wiil hay.lo! (1\.1.4. :: : -
can hi capitals and music ret renewals, old by a visit from )Ir. Dunn's ss'e.-, : > : : : new. :
either new, : or or '
: .. old pipe. -
>:ur :
*tt Wl'I.!I. a ft
rounded corners han<1.p iisht'd mr-: ... who -i-"ntly :Arrived: from Mar--: ':' I Ii.lij
cutting the nomination or frteyt. Not aa in.u.t -l.il: I 11'.1,1; I 11..1. :.: No. 1 10-$2000, truck farm, 7'a'
rortd surface automatic ext<'l\.ji.Oll\ : Ga. .
: .
certificate out of each issue. "The "M t l i.'' ;:'" -i ': '.> .:. 25 acre; cared! 2 acres: tiled house 's.50 1.
music desk nrtistit.aUy.1 rt'd., Rule 4. No employe: : or web'l'lit ::: i TL".I. .- I...:.... ih' .\ lii' ,;;' thr.ui-.t i;:: i// a\, I I.- 'I l ': ::1Ju :1\:\: ...'t.:: :. -:. trJ: osn. :-

noiseless rolling tall board with : his family will be allowed to I' :r- ,'.. I I I r r. .t\ n :j.: .. :. ; :t 1.\ "' ;,. :t,' .\ a ::;e 1 1H

nickel-plated continuous hinge, fine i tifipate either as a nouimaaor, or .1 '...: No ir$3000., one of the best :.
wafer : - ---
block of selected hard rock "'o"e3 01 Ridgewood. furnished, large .;
1 voter in this contest. . :
cross-ljauded. . :L."" -a-x.s: _. p.
uiid ; :mrI
built up in layers Rule :3.. Candidates will not !It1't.tritttd lot, garjge. III 2 ;
warranted to withstand any climate a ; i iiL'
: 6ul' o.i:
in securing ':>t.r.vt '
composite:: metal frame, imported them in pUue .n it's a New Book a No. 116-32,000 will buy a nice
but may secure any ::: .:: home five and bath; hot '
; rooms I
blued teel tunings, three strings. ';
the United States. I F it's a Souvenir Novelty :
1 overstrung bass, special: repeating action ,: :aa and clidIt..ter; electric lights; corner : !
Rule 6. Only one nominatint: ; cuii-: it's in and EngravingCALL lot. I.
German silver hammer rail: ,!j something Stationery :: pa 1tki! I II
:] healIest quality imported felt hammer !I pon entitling. each contestant :o ...min a JIlt No. 123-A bargain at $3.600 Palmetto a I .HLfl H-I

muffler aOtaclunent; for practice :! votes will be allowed. -a avenue, 3 bedrooms bath, completely
: :
:' :a 1
ten years' quarters on inside: of ti P Rule 7. All votes must be in the :a furnished good condition. III:;. 1i

cover in silver, 7 1-3;; octavos best..i I ballot box by Friday, :3. p. m of '..tcbI -:aa Houses exactly alike in s. rne row i HH H-

quality keys, made in figured mahogany -i week. -a valued at $6,500. : r

height four feet: nine inches,j Rule S. Votes isued cannot he The H. & W. B. DREW CO. -a : .! '

width fhe feet, two !iuchtis, eight transferred to another contestant. :_ A. 25 acres near city limits; 15 ::
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boxed for shipment POt pound> !i Rule 9. No votes will be allowvd :aa acres fenced and in cultivation; 6- LI :

1,100. well woruh the effOrts ;; -a room house and barns, $2COO. ..... I
This !is a prize : on subscriptions held ovt-r mere 45.49 W. Bay St., JacksonvilleAND ... IIIIl:. [ r ,
of anyone. than one week after being: .-.'ur.d. pa; ; !
346 each a B. Lot on Ridgewood in Holly
The second prize to be awarded to I by contestant. Subscription: m isti :
Hill, 150x309 $500. :
the contestant securing the second" i be turned in promptly tonethtrvth: a 4jJ
10 :a I';
each. largest number l.r'ottti counts:, of !the money collected for thE.>nt.'O't"; YOUR ORDER WiLL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND : C. 15-acre; hammock grove; trees: -.;

a scholarship to Columbia College I i will be i issued when the UW11re: SAT(ISFACTORILYWe seven years old! and in full bearing; ,i

J1each the well-known institution at Lake ceived: but the contestant nia> retain -: near railroad west of Kingston, $3,000: :F.

City. Fla. This scholarship is valued these votes and cast. them wh.-n- :- .. : :i E:

at $100. I eer: they wish. are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirs -aa FOR SALE ; CENTRALLY LOCATED ,
awarded to
The third prize to be Rule 10. Nominators, ('r c '!ntt J: .3 -
$350. the contestant securing the third ant's in the Gazutte-Ne\v: '" <-"< nt in China and Orangewood New and a : WELL FURNISEHD; CAN I: ,. ; -
a ..
; largest number of votea: COl.LttS ..t must agree to and :aoi-t-p! : all:I II : SHOW PROFIT OF OVER $2,5CO A t1T

$400. I of a scholarship to Drousatoa's, rules and cond.tions.!! :: Exclusive Novelties. : LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH ..... I I

Practical IJusmess i College of Jacksonville. -I Itu-! I 11.I Tinriul.t: .-'I l'"r..J: tll> :: TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS.- ,

Fla. Ths: scholarship is ;i reject: any n.iuit" cont.tiii.s; t (ii, r .1 -- --------s : $13,000 ON EASY TERMS.

valued at $50.:' and will give some one . ._-- ---- -- -- - : i
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-- -- E. Small lot
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the chance education of securing free. a good business ;:-i! ................................................................................. ':;: Ridgewood\ ; lot 100x150) ; fruit trees :; !

:] :ba well, $800 on easy terms. :
The fourth j.rifce to be awarded i li The New Excursion Steamer f fTO -: .
consists of a beautiful mission \\ l.t SOUTHLAND 4: -- PVe

tag dek valued: ai $:':.. This d.-k : J THE PICTURESQUE: TOMOKA: CABIN : a : t
: \ have some attractive river front property ; '
vras purchased frdui the ,-uu: k i'. t .., L

B&ghaiu & Male:) l'o. I'f! Hi t s v I FIRST TRIP TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, AND: DAILY -EXCURSIONS THEREAFTER ;: -ns in! Port Orange that can be sold on; reasonable terms 2and -; i

I and is I now 0:1:i ex-1'! .' .".:! :it ::i :' -p., t
.' I ; .. .. .. d \ 'r.-!_ .,. .' : : .. at 1 low prices. 2We j j1
etore. : \ '. _ _ _ _ _ 14: i ia I
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Se\i-n: other: : l>r.t--! - .:: ;* t, .r. !1 I!.../ -iv. V :.. 1 ;>. ,: i':A. M- \: lOO'.the. : Round: Trp- 1', .";-.i > -:;: ., ;,:'T': :; -. ;.J'I ; -- - . .... ; .' : -1 _ _ _ _------- -----==--=-----_ p.es .. ,, !' .

PANY . :
n'j.LiU-, ivi'iii'.ij t s. \> .::1 it.Tlut .
: have general insurance and *: i.H
>- ,. '1":1 t: i--: .. L'o\JU! lIME! SCHEDILE : : a agency

and \ .. ,it : . i.. : insure .' : .. ., .rythi.: ,11 5* i-r
I t. - !"m : caoot :\ : : : : s except :
H-u I;, 1 : :I1 .\ > ','.':.' -t'' !;.ruia":: l '.tyt.ii: : .,- -
'r Ket'n.: '(I }1'n I:. tI ,. .':"...I'- !:. !I'ayt-; ::. rcsta-: ': : : - 2 -

..r 1 1I 1 I Owner : !p'I'" .;;": ;,.' ," S "-' :' \v- . .
J 1 I i' CHAS. F. BURGMAN. : -. ;: 1. <' JJ JIt . . I. . tllll'.IJ'

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WH""T"" F.sn CENTRAL rlRinf '
} Page Elgh, Bicycles Deli.erel witlsilll0 mill ute I ofphone call

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I Shirt Waists and I I :... HaveY Our Stock of ouTried Groceries'. ?? :... I:. THE BARNES NOVELTY MAN i.:m .( BA TI!rYes t1 SUITS-'I' I f +*** crate Rain east ton]

The stock is fresh and up to date . .. .',. C
U "c."' !! "stationiy -milrio" l-.nni'l''
: : and we are sure we can please you US Ph >M"-ni.fl| -. ..-\\I1! :Mifliil"-, : .. III t. 4- + + * +
with .anything in the line of . TIt.:> .writerro.k' "r\ 1.la..-\\IIr. .
Dresses: Call and let us show you the : : groceries. : II. I'Ill Not;' in-P.: Kl-hinu T.t.-l k--. Tom.i ... .( we have a nev. lira )f Ladies and Children's I IB
: new waists and dresses for : : We Carry the Best : III: BARNES : .'.ling: Suits, also Caps and Shoes. I Sixth Seaso

: : : and our location enables us to sell : a .. .. ...... .... .
and . '
spr ns. Already our sales in this line have been very lane! II \Vil\! iiNo frnint-! \oiir Pii-tii'--. llr.nr : II.-, 01"' III'\' 1111". 011110'. :11- i '1- \ t'
because :.Ir ". 01 ,:: . .. '1"I I
: cheaper our expenses a : .\.. l.anii-anU| I'utw'-'hi-'halo.n( ; | 0 C 1't !hta': : ' I ""n rlTII. t : I ;
: our first shipment will soon be disposed of. Do: not delay Purchasing : are lighter. : ti..urya'; > .indotti.- i : : ilino-t! :an '1hil1l,; that: i- ..lIt..1 l whackIn :
while our stock is large.I 0 GIVE US A TRIALS : 1 t.u-t. 'lor t.ixxi.nt rail: oil aa C
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AnonliT (ur ::ic> fit son till* ,tfr.' will l I..- :lv.-n Mr<.. M. Aultim-n II If ,h- will: i a I Int t
1 : the l>iili> N.' w Ottlr- 1" ion Moiidav rat:.:ht..I.1.I.7 : West End of Central Bridge :* >HilIli K :ai-h. Ntfi'ft. I ::1\ '''11'1. K.u. \V AL
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E OUR WHOLE TIME IS { i Home Grown 1: City 1' ord|

Crystal Theatre 2 DEVOTED TO J --- ------ i

usementS 4)) Ji mayMAYOR <

4 .!i i i Bicycles II I 1 Ii ProduceS.': I -

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I NEW With complete shop and competent it :

i help we can do the most I 1 : Fruits and Vegetables :

I satisfactory work. I : Alwas Fresh :

i 'II, i/ DAYTONATHEATRE I 6RAUAM t IllOPSO! ON i ;, J. W. Ball & ,Son.il

High-Class i Opposite the Yacht Club gtl !: : No, 237 North Beach St. 'Phone 55W. : 32 CASES INHANDLED

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I Motion PicturesI .
Is Said to Be the Oldest Harbor
I Estate and
Ceacon In America. uF u'E
I TO-NIGHT The! mter light of llostou Imrlior is
Co.-t on light; eteht mill's !NO\V the

and the outer end of the
city at very a Fr
Ladies' OrchestraTwelve channel: I that o..esm liners foll.'w-. It 122 South! Beach Street

i *tan.l'.u Little Drewster island.: :1 i iIIe - Tit,

I. cf, roeks partly! jmissed over in isreiule i-(
wag'pies '' "
tt Pieces
b..I1.UI1 the shelter- ski".
.I THIRD LYCEUM NUMBER Open Dailyatj2:30SHOW : : Three families live heretiSise of the .c. -
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bed; I,"'I'lsr[ and: his two assistants. I "" :':i:';"" ':' :;;:;:'" Till!,

-- In :::11 I! the iii'ial'il.nntnnn>lH.r :I d"7en lYl
Prices 35, 50 and 75c. Performance 8:15: !souls.The. I I ", -"',;- D n"
Reserved Seats at Hackias'"Uncle Nis light;; itself is said to lie the oldest -I __' ; I. 'j;" ::. u -
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government of l-nlI:1I1I1.: It i is of I : ptitl' :
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Zeke"Monday 1 forget the bazaar at the : i public! : school: /heae/it: .uiveu;: a: rough owlder l stone hin n*! with aU tt' .
1I Iron l bandInd its lean l whitewashed
I Congregational! church Tuesday Feb. tile Daytona theater vast night by j CHILDREN'S EYES ed gtt -'
torn is landmark and seamark far
Night l February 13th .14.1 C -: the cit department: of the Palmel.o and wide.n I. or. .111':
Club i is aid to have beta very welt\ Cannot be too carefully safeguarded shoi'I'II.: i '
I A rustic iron railway for carrying I .
X. A. Lewis arrived Thursday patronized and a neat sum was rea for they iha\e bat one pair to lasta .
Nl1 I leads up from the waterside
I I ::i;lit from F"ar.o.; X. 1). and joined ized for the purchase of a curtain tor the engine. bouse; where in an ein;': t"l lifetinw. If there are indications fordinau\ ..

t tI :Mib. Leis who has ben here!' for the stage of the school auditorium. and boilers in which steam i is .kept of anything wrong with your child's! )' .

f I". -ante time at their water home on continually to operas the :siren fojrliorns. eyes bring him or her and I will fit of th,

; I them with GfasstK: to correct the ..,
South Kldsewood avenue. *Refreshment will be :served afternoon Their ;Rrent tnimjiet-like forms or i' II
the wall of trouble. If medical! treatment is neeessary .
-- protrude through ttoo.tto
and evening at the Congrega- tb.'llUild.j
When Your Are in TownCall i ,
| FOR SALE Launch XedaMne. 7'* tiunal church bazaar Tuesday. C2-t: : Ins on the seaward side. I will tell you KJ. all, \ -. ?-

t hy ::::6'1; ft., ii) h. p. Fay & Bowen en- i j weather one can hear t'n>m the open jonty --'I\ '
and examine our methods uud con-iult us: upon terms.Ve invite inspection ;;iue. McDonalds boat )'a.nl1!-t'ts' i windows the faroff mooing' of the foghorn I Dr. Neville H. Clark costs.tt: r

arid believe in a thorough accounting by all banks to the public I j II. C. Thompson met with a painful on the lioston lightship; seven a.rnlllh.. It

-I and their I patrons of the l batik: affairs.Ve believe the strength of our resource Christian Science sere ices are held accident yesterday in the burning ol miles away, as the keepers| on the I j Optometrist Tud,.
1 I his: hand with gasoline while working lightship can hair thin one at IU: ston I
and the stability} of our management will appeal to you.PEOPLE'S i at the Palmetto Club house on Or- Look:: for the Sign of the EYE. SmallIll.
I I I I aboard his boat the Lucile. Yesterday light. I ,
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:ante: avenue Sunday morning at 11 L II
was the annhersury of the day An old eaniM.n lil"n tie? ;..:r" uid: ..
ooekVednesday" ; evening meeting all "ht :lJK
t.ftw which Mr. Thompson received near the Il;:htlk>tise. It wa< prl.vidrlby / I
STATE BANK Ilt: 7: ::". \\"eekl'leson "Sou!." | E: .1'
the run.-iid Ste !ii .......
fun j iujurx to the i-tllit' hand b> theexposuu >iin> |" i-onipaiiy l he- .,
of fore the fotrliorn. was installeil to yh.signals. .- tbl' III I I'
; a Ull.Jo'OR
DAY T ONA. FLORIDA. ..ILtve you voted in the GazetteXews' It is unustil; nun lint iu | hi" .111" '"'

I Great Popularity Contest yet addition t-> the great ret .dtiug; H-jin was
I'r'hl ut. *. !'. I.KI.M'. 1't.t, .11 K.: \ ITtn10' : : Do so at once:, by all means. i,7--it S.\LE-Tbt- Glenwoud Sea- in the tower there i is a I setf n-d :and GREEN GOODS .\ , .

\" -t'r.l.l t i.t-.t.. B.:04EI.: .\ :M. 1.. N'.1ti1.uN1 1.1 I:. bn.t'ze.o'la.. Reasons s\eii;; for sell white r.1IlI'' lights, that ::::i\ <- :!,.- !I.H.L I pled I .

r There will be a musical .el'iltc' at ing.; Apply at Seabreeze pol: tofti'e.a Uon of nnehomxp;. for \ ...sei.| in the i GOII

tin' Congregational church tomorrowevening a tl. K. BRITTOX. l-tf channel if they !s.-" p-d i; uie.ui t"\l'lI.1. -

that :hey are out of tlxiproper: !I" 1. .
1 4 at 7)0:: ,o'clock.1i: --:> Adele :a We ar",1" I
i _v ,4 I tlon. but If white th('.\ are safe. New- are carrying :a complete' ''
f i Smith of Jacksonville and It. L. Evernden At a meeting of Daytona. Camp : gatitbiInch1 :
York Mail. line of Green ( including
+I of this city Hill be the eo- Xo. 7, Woodmen of the: World, held! I i rut-eric- "

lo.sts I, of the evening. The collection last night! four candidates were elected ) ; : ChiaNIOUli.:
AND The Sea Captain Librarian.
will be used toward the: mu.sital"XPt'lkit' : to membership, making' seven now ., '
\t the MellMiume unhersitoiiii! < it
of the year.: I awaiting admission to the: camp, as and ,
lligitiu.remarked that! he had I Golden Wax Beans
i -- three others were elected at the: previous ChaL! : oj i iJI
l'Unit2u'r. s SOUK queer librarians l in
1, 1/, zii \. Refreshments will l be served afternoon ,
This will the
meeting. I /
- carry his time. He knew Australian institute I .1: tUoli.

ifi Col. .1. O. U'yiin. who is at prevent *iiezueuiber we keep ever\thing IP and evening at the Congregational -I. membership beyond the 4u mark and that bad apfminted a retired sea Green Beans \ '"
church bazaar. Tuesday. G!-_ add much to the of the I lialll is t:
&ta) .111;; at I'oiu-e Park.a,; in Dailies'aj.U< elil'sI.'ariug appjrei strength captain to the oflice. That honest CucumbersCauliflower

) the city )-'rhla'oming up by boat I iat the lit-e Hive Xorth Beach St. 37t camp' as the candidates are all sterling Worthy eataloxued Ma\I: Mnllor': !f.. Hille-II t i I
K. W. Fillyau. who was fined in business of the "('hll's From a Oennaii 1
and returning by t.-aia by way of young;!; men city. .Workhop"umler l'h:11: J'
I. mayor'; court Friday morning on a the hetidin of "C-irpentry" !' I1ruu.gaunt.. ,
New Sm) 'ua. Will Gardiner accompanied. G. 'I
i charge of being drunk and disorderly He should bare !
"THE CIll'KCH TEA-Benefit: of some fun \\Mi! Uuskin's ;- > ,).
: :Miner !and family of Daytona Dea'h.1on denies the of the titles when It !
part charge come.to -la: sifytBf Tomatoes
I I St. Marys choir fund, will be given: gag.I I
automobile Orlando
an trtp to
I'OIi S.\LE-'n 'rooUl cottage; I which alleges he was drunk. lie .. : "Sheepfold and tht"Ethu: -, ;of | .
I by Irs.o'o:>ter at her residence :.18 l rO.111
bath hot and cold water .\lldr .-s; yesterday to visit: the fair in pro- !'savd' the trouble arose from his telling I the rhMt."--Li ndi>n t'hnnilele.Why :: :' : . :
P. O. box toil:: ii. L. Smith real estate !! si-e.-is in that city. South Kidgewood. on Wednesday, the PeppersThey pint
agent. Ci-s&w-U.: I I a negro what he thought of the 1.th. "from ;: to f o'clock.: All are d.* the masiiinprint I' so i b. It'.
i black and the language he u-ed
man ,
Mist cordially incited w6: :a.Ir. : 111, ,.
i I Seven passenger car to let and 1 rau'-h ,jMietryV" : 1:
was pretty strong. but he was not ,I are Always Fresh. ..
automobiles I I "I think it's a schem to ;:ef peopleto t"
I t The pulpit of the Methodist church | stored at reasonablerates. drunk. ) . and Mr>. Oilman i Va\ '=-, who ar- rid. the ad\,Tti i"t'III"Jh.! 'I 1 hu>eI \\.. ,

4 l lt at Daytoua Leach will t e occupied I| SARATOGA IXX G AH AGE. - i nved! but a I lew dt a..5; a:no irom O.wt .->- 'ul li-h, r> ar: .- ;a f"aI I lot": "'? hu- :;! ;';- it I.

t i il Sunday: morning by,Dr. 11. 11.loore': I\l1ono 112. tf I IOr. The steamer: I". S. .\. left the i ; >. X. Y "-xpet-ting I.. .p| ,-:ud till'b.tlalH ton ll.[ -raid wahi ,

of Chau-Ucqua, N. Y., the servicte'to Prince George dock this morning at ; ,. .
and Mrs. \\'. II. Martin of Ko- :'I I DAYTONACOLD I :
begin at 11 o'clock. I komo, Ind., and their son, H. C. Mar i I o'clock on her regular run to j I lei'r tlL 111"111 1't"/; the.r. -'iirii/ !t.. ....... ............. d.Ir' 0-
Palm Beach. She bad a large num- iO.ut'u .
Mr .
l i ; havN having l : : -n-v.-d r.
Don't forget the bazaar at the tin: and wife of Louisville Ky.. arelocated ter of passengers among whom were ti-ie; that ii.t ., STORAGE CO.R. .. t
a ;:ram wt.u.ni > 1 \ r> .iiid: -.
Congregational church Tuesday, Feb. with Mr. and Mrs. E. Oa T..1. Snider and his mend Frank I .ale..tatjl- that plu ,. ., I 1-, I { .-
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ti 1 H. CMt:: : j! borne on South Palmetto avenue. Milk-, of Toronto. Canada, who were ; dt.'d: I.)' ttrt... Th.-.v. \\.1 i |1'1",; :. 1 1 Live Long and JOHNSON Mgr 1-11,...; : .
their fir..t"Silt to
Tht-y are enjoying 1 going to Molts Sound to look O'er11r. ably not ri-turti to ['a."j. t ..i ._. .iitn t t'l-: -

"Get the peas in the New. If Daytoua. Snider' handsome orange groveat ; :sea:>i'ii. to the re-let II i 11'1'' v frit I i.t-; <.tt

Mis* Mena Potlitz will call at the : that place. They expect to re- here \\ Lo .->yuipath./- \\ ; ;:1 i 'h'-m n i i I'
Daily News office before Monday i *Hot baths. Iloc+per's:: barber Shop. turn to Daytona about the middle of I their: tu:-Iurtune. I I! 0 Die "Happy I Ir Dear 1.(-'!,j-

night she will be presented with -- next week. I ----- i I I ..itth.
t; II. Sebring and family arrivedyesterday
t two ticket to the Crystal theater. I I i THE LADIES' AID SOCIAL.; AT 1.- .
1 from Sebring, Ohio and FOR S.\LE-Krit roadster 22M

Money to la.m( on good security. '1I I are occupying the J. D. Ma ley houseat I! h. p., rumble seat complete with i I, EPWORTH HALL LAST NIGHT. ..

FAzgeraU & tlates. tf i ii the corner" of Palmetto avenue and'I top windshield Presto tank, tools The Mxial 1 given: last. night at tli"Epwortli Huy: l !.Val :N i ark-t fan: I Madam f I"Li
f fI 1 i Cedar street. :Mr. Sebring is a bro t# ('. In nice shape run only short Hall by the Ladies': Aid Society II : :

Sunday will see the close of the I ther of Geo. 1S bring and spent time. T. I*. Conpropst Daytona I of the First; }J. )E. church \vas: g'.oJ' the finest f ji.'J

revival services at the Ilaptist church last winter m thr-s: city.FOR Leach phone 18:. Ctf-4-t largely attended throughout.Al .

t William I). Vpshaw will speak Sunday who attended wore state tad: _-, pr.nlucts in the world.' : Have you received that CI/rL //2
morning! and evening in this church : : SALE-Fine piano. .)..-." X.Ridzewood. Misli Mattie White of Salem: (Ind ,, as requested and 17 states were rep- I

and Sunday afternoon will speak in :: 6::-:t who is visiting her uucle: and aunt 1 i jseuted. Peonsylvaaia having the I The stock is new and I( i stand up and sweep dust

Wilmans' opera house: Seabreeze beginning Mr. and -Mrs. .1. D. Heacock. at their j largest number present and New .ler- pan which we have for

at 5 o'clo.k.: Sweet i, home in Kingston was in Daytona 2 I sey ranking second.A : clean, and our |I'rllll II ? Don t tt
Saturday I and had not visited! the you
i I II years ago A \ enjoyable program was l a:'-
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i '. until her arrival It is are right. Call awl get < >
recently. 1 Cl
Board by the we,k at Sadth's:: r-;- ty vied out. 11 is* Edna 4edWCCk

I tauxant, Mo! X. Beach St. Sl Night i..--eJlet\ ; ; to say that Mias White sees: plaved a piano prelude and :alrto ".LIla I ,'( (,n ('aye I, ,tI ,. If not call or send for it
---- I !iiiuih change) in the place, in fact polo. There, were al-. ,Ida.s t t-y I

The Dara('a Uoyti are well esai. l II a: th.it time there was merely! iii i.a Mabel l Merritt l.i! :\:.-- Y-i.: : soon as the supply is RaciTh
Saturday Candy '
lished now und have dedicated tlit..:- Lev-leu of the present city and the State, and Min: Lu.tc.j: I P :aJU! j. getting low.

room [\Iot the west end of the Uapt. iI i :i-a-klmus: and locations now familiar to;eth-r w-.tii: -fver.il ".-. "p'1; : 11IILyinan .

church. Their reading room in that I t< her are: lew: and far between. WK.dn( .; ua; rt:. Tr ".;1. \'1'I_- -

place U free to all boy of IS )'e. I'' 29c I i E' -h: 1 : -. ..' .; .,..r; |, :4- "': a.I.l'1'.t. I L These are gratIs

or over l ":ing >our friends aiyJ.tm I For ::.at! at a l>ariair.: tat t i.. Grocery

the ."eeki! The'Craftotuau s :iaaazioe ; :h t'U e at >JSo.:\ RicU''ti'ont. ; .? I.t ,tD' \. .. .- -...;.\ ... t1A\hl\s: "

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