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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: February 11, 1911
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00214
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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, THE WEATHER IN FLORIDA. J. + LOW TICE; ON THE BEACH I
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[s and Children's Sixth Season-No. 62 DAYTONA FLORIDA SATURDAY
I FEBRUARY 11, 1911 15 Cents per Wee:
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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





Deduce ill} :!. '.' AVIATOR MC CURDY TO COME HERE fOR SERIES 'OF- FLIGHTS REBELS BLOW UP BRIDGES ; I J


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|ts Alwas and Vegetables Fresh ..: .'J !If F NECESSARY AMOUNT 0 Of MONEY CAN BE RAISED MONDAY. DESTROY RAILROAD TRACK.i i j


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r. Ball & Son 1.j NEGOTIATIONS COMPLETED r I PROSECUTION I REINFORCEMENTS t i iI --CUT Off


f North Beach St. Thonc 55 jt : 1 t( \ I FROM 1 FORCES AT JAUREZ.


+ II : ia IIeR l, FOR EXHIBITIONS IN CITY. It; "Swat HIm 55 FINISHES IN II I I MAIN COLUMN OF INSURRECTIONISTS : -


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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
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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
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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 <.
EYEStoo BANKER
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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
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|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 !!
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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.
morning by term BANKERS NEVER RECOVERS
ERN FAMILY 51i
MEETS DEATH IN
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
SUICIDE OF HIS SON. MORNING. j TO SATISFY mm IN.
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
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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 ;
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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
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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
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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
OR HAVE THEM TAKEN OFF y
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:
city.It
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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
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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
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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:! :
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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
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; 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
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tow. ( liiGO.! /< (; F. ',. .
MERCHANTS 11-Th'wi; "- It :( : -iking\: > the Lair crow In thi ditnpe
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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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THL ,UAYTONA DAILY NEWS ;. ,
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p GEO. WRAY II T DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA! .l1


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aDd th: county seat of ,
PIANOS DELAND
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PLAYER PIAlmsrlfuu VOLUSIA =Tr-------= STETSON
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> .
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constructed.At
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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
T FOUND
$100,000Surplus $s(J
\ _-" Capital institutions of the Faculty of 4f1 Pro.:
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educational
--" ._;.. -L--._ _. -- "" .\' rnlll' !.!ru ,"all:' $50,000 ing fssors! and Its.structor *Ph.lj S
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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
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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
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; .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 ___
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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
no
pans ; out of
.. .. .J II Man did all this in the laying USE' went dojternoon
time
TO
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.
S I : ,
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
HecnturyjmdTrens.
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 .
the
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 _ _
DcLcou
Springs
: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
great
>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
Light
.'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.'
- LAKE HELEN
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
|IIE\\11.!
Z
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 ..
:
ELECTRICIAN.
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 -- -- -- .
P I
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tho e arlys >
In
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
I :
'..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. : : : : : : :
-- !
,.. 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. . :- "
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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
NEW
PROGRESSIVE
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 -
t
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
1
>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.
1>
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
Song
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

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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
OCEAN "0
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.
Banking
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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
I GOOD:: PROGRAM TONIGHT : 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:
Q. WE: WILL ALSO PLACE ON
SALE
1000 of the
commnMeth
: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 $2. ii! The Joseph Zapf
TIMBER
or Matheis, who have been guests of "
I j the besot of the three The attraction i OUR PRICE 97c EACH :
Metho-
TRUCK the Gables for !"eernl'ks., de- .
I will be the Round's Specialtj Co I : JACKSONVILLE. FLA. *
I parted Friday neon for Palm Beach. The Brandt S Honing. Razor Strop ithe, be-.t razor .trop on the : .
LAND j and Ladies orchestra'N}- member markrtto-day 1'lit only l\zor"lrol"n: Ih. Wl>il.lth.tli.. ...and.trnl I (>s
f$ 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 .
I
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;
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minute.o .

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

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

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

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I THE DAYTON, DAILY DEWS .
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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 .
I' .
{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 .
| I WE REPAIR
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
!
ada
: 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. .

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BROTHERS Garage.
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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

I!I.. SEABREEZE. FLA. .* < BOND LUMBER COMPANY i.i *i. ..
OPPOSITE HOTEL CLARENDON.
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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
WITH" OPERATIC CONCERT. finest
''I Cars. Jacksonville to : H alttmor" .... ....... ". .,,"..m.I corner of South Beach street and J
Sl Dining : .
eepers. ( \\ / ......... .
I .. ..... -
[, 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 .
p.lII.DAILY.
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- ] .
....... ..> .
'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}]
I
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'
.... I
I W" H' '
: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 .
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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 .
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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
AND .
for repeated
encores.
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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 .
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: 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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"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
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to thr lU1llllll110te : ; :!
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road. tk-k.1. 11.1.11" .. : I .itV: .felt-' <.;I...1'! .i ::1'.t': ;; ...... .
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; wio! devote their! whol' tini- tfl !
REPUBLICDAYTONA i ii.
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 ,
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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
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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 I 'n!I S! aldermen to make ]aand rule:" San sets' 5:23.;: rises C:54: ; moon sets, I II I
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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

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LI For Evansville & St. Louis co l.N I LITECT J.'t All' v. IQIJ Intermediate; Points, through the Picturesque lIahfu .
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Dining Cars on all trains i INLET AND ..... in r'I' .-Itv-\--1. 1-n1-"-- \ I I: I \ ,. I and Indian River Route. |i .,....... "
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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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'- 1- Tide DAYTONA DAILY NEWS:

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L S.j$1 HOTEL DESPLAND i HOTEL CLARENDON i

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
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t Ii J.V.. Oluer and wife. Grand Rap ;1 :: @J :=:
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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
Enlarged.
( 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.
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[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
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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.
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: 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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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
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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........ ,
X
.Montclair
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. :
Help
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..1.1.1.1.11u................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.> .... .... ......1.1e1A1.1.1.1.1...........'... 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 .
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-0.ilway. r NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY I : w ::1be\ :!;.1111 a good -li ............ ..... ... .. .
I/ ..--trmuiti at Hotel Clarendon .-_- --- - --- - ---
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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 *
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I :and tis:> .r WV! 'It':1! l.Daytona : A High Grace House catering :to the cost particular: : people.: Central lecatien. <
S. H. MOSELEY I
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.

.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.0.1.1.1.1.1...1.1.........1.1.1.1.1.11.4 I : :?-, Milwaukee. Mis E S BennettAik.ny. Feb.11. HHI..ClO..oeNM..MM..eHe....

: E L Taylor New York.lo" :
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Daily ==41I ....... .i.11........1.1.1.11THEHAMILTON .- 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
1.1.1.1.1.211......... 1 1 I ringn: ,'ld h.a. MXMM:!! tnin!:; on I I D.t. T )!'.I. }

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: A FAMOUS' RACE.The train consisting of a tit zaue: I GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON
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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
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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
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Electric Lights Electric Hells I'lillull! :: I IIV c vi.T .!n|I '!*. I'. I. -T'l:i', '-- I .. I4' I It
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: Steam Heat ; tl- |l''ljl i \ heartier ovatin'iTiau : DAY-ONA. P1.1! Lii: i.! : '"''"111:1: <;:"
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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 ;..
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ING CARS i --- ---- --- arai't.-.l' fur tit' ,- i-- in.--t': hiit: v.sfi The Word Bible. i
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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.
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.- 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! -. .
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........... :; 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
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H[,'i irna and other large:: plavs.' .........................! South' Rid i g e-wood Avenue, DAYTONA, L I
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1WANNS. W 1338 11 5.1 < 0.1.1 ;. . 1 't \,n 1t."':b ,.1 .1..r i'.t.'d 1 RIDA'I
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) 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.
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[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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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;
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i sartry '- 1 Well Known atui PiFu.u! LU \ TONA : u

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7 THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS l

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numfiers, scatteriHTahing: : "'It here and I t THE $ i
ORMOND-ON- gLIFq i. I 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
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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
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/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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municipalities.
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.
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Ocean to the Halifax Everything Usually a Cat, did you say?-2v-: Custom a tl\.r. most of them fa.
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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
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seem charm. I on which he puts your name. II I .utlook the mannl- )1.- "
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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>:
Correct
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..!-
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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 ,' '
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t as! the iacrca-:L..p population de- entitles them t-> :i.' 1 I i f r," v >tE'>4. Oaly will know. .
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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
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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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BE.FITZGER.tLD: \s
.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 ..
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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
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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 ,
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build i i Lot Jt I 200x346 $1,100. holet

anyone buying to on Q: .
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of these lots. >z Lots 3 and 4, 79x346 each, I'

any t tI tW .
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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
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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
Carershome
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
beg
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 :- ,: _
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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
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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
all
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
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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. .
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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. . :
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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
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:] 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
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ON OR WRITE :
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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:
:a D. PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL I '

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 -
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$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: ,. ; -
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; 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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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 -: .
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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 ; '
very
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 . :
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: have general insurance and *: i.H
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I Motion PicturesI .
!I MOST OF ASTION
Is Said to Be the Oldest Harbor
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Ceacon In America. uF u'E
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Fire
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Co.-t on light; eteht mill's !NO\V the

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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 '' "
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b..I1.UI1 the shelter- ski".
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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'
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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'
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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 ,
Justiee
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 :
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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 .
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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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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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