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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 15, 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: VID00217
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[dies'and Children'ss

and Shoes. i Sixth Season-No. 65
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 15 1911 .
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H. WRIGHT :: :: R BOH WO' VS HOSPITAL aad SiM' WO RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School -
Supplies. Stationery and Havana Smokers

irdiner Co. ", Erie WALLACES'W.:! I Painting Tw..my-First*!*Aieniie.:.ars: ie. ilrv tJ>a)toga room, FU.n,'*'I U PRICES Books I!
Only first well cured tobacco
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Vet Cave Manufacturer\
219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Poor toi t t-ri-i- ..d.I li>">* L. Waterman Fountain Pens, News-
H. ROWE & CO.
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orne Grown It is the Daytona Volunteer Fire Department that needs attention just now, and the civic pride of every resident of the city



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[ruits Alvvas and Vegetables Fresh 4.:: .. -, MATCH STARTS THE BLAZE. SPEAKING r Of RAZORS fOR THE MISSOURI PACIFIC.



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: HIDING IS DESTROYED of the residence

1237 North Beach St. 'Phone 55 : t I ; B>' keeping the flames confined to If you wish something good-not cheap but GOOD- MYSTERIOUS ROCKEFELLERS AND i r rI ri GOULDSI


....................: f SERVANTS LOSE CLOTHIXG. tae garage building the volunteers. "say Auto Strap Safety Razor,"
kept up their work until the structure 1 t :..
f was completely burned up and I (fully guaranteed.GRUBERMORRIS I I IN M TO SECURE CONTROL

M. they coat 1lutd to throw water on I
| SHAFFNER HARD AND FAITHFUL WORK ON DEATH HERE I. --
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the burning embers until there was'i HARDWARE CO. MAIN BATTLE BEING FOUGHT ON I

''eal Estate and THE PART OF VOLUNTEERS no further danger of any fire hems I t

communicated to the other buildings.Mr. : I "I 11( You Don't Trade With Us We Both Lose Money" j I Ij STOCK EXCHANGE, WHERE ti v

ire Insurance SAVES RESIDENCE AND OTHER : :Maley had taken the automobile I
I LAST NIGHT. j STOCK IS ADVANCING BY
BUILDINGS. I out earlier in the morning and : - ---- i 1 i

122 was in Daytona with the car when I II
South Beach Street I LEAPS AND BOUNDS.

Stepping on tl.{. head of a match tlubl.if! started J i iI i II
---- I I NEW SEATS SENATE HASWITHCANADA. I I NEVA: U KK. Keb :.
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lying on the floor of the garage as STRAMR PASSES AWAY

he was drawing a tan of gasolinethe : i I j, ; d war. in which the f K>>. k '

yard man employed! by Jerome D. $$900 SHORT :I ; j li .. Liurotd .."p seeking to. >* tO''
; I H A PRIVATE HOSPITAL
ilaley on his premies; in Daytona 1 ARE PLACED RECIPROCITY the control 1'1'I: i time Missouri! "I' ,
fire which\ Iletl"
Beach started a CO! .
; and its suLv:d i wry lines th< I '.-i,
I ly destroyed the garage buindiTg. and ,
MAN BELIEVED TO BE W. H. ver Ac RK; Grande, the \\'esttII: I'U'
slightly of t* other Of AMOUNT
damaged some I
I I j l ifk- and the Iron Mountain >,\..:ew.
buildings on the premises.. Xl\ fire t i IN JOHNSON OF ZANCSVILLE
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I from the Gould i LS fullw
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yILDREN'S started about 8:1.: I: o'clock this Coin :! I
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II 1i OHIO, DIES-NOW SEARCHING:I today and the effect is being felt rn
ing. i I i I

In addition to being: u:t'd as a I! FORFLIGHTS.i I II \VaH street.
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EYESbe I FOR RELATIVES. I Thefight is being. waged bv Ii uh".
.. garage the building was used as living WORK OF BOARD OF TRADE ; I II GOES[ TO THE COMMITTEE; I I i Loeb & Company, bankers fur tb.

too carefully\ safeguarded f quarters for two of the girls employed i f fI Three days ago :1:i stranger walked:'
late
C. II. Harriman If the mammoth
v "l.ilbut one pair to last by Mrs. :Maley and the domestics r r I luo the office or.: C. C. Pohannon'
In-. If these are indications lost: everything they had in { STILL WORKING NOV EVERYBODY MAY RESt REPORT IS EXPECTED Ml.I ; railroad coup it? consumate i

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and complain! .r' being ill. lie was! and the movement succeeds the
lung wrong with your child'shim the way of clothing and personal I If I
r t'r-I II f from outward not in a Goulds will J be ejected! from the raJ-
aj pearanets:
inK or her and I will fit fe ts.iJo I
TO SECURE NECESSARY CASH. WORK OF PLACING THEM ALONG [ SPEAKER CANNON HAS JOURNALI 'road world and both sides ar>* making .
[ith Classic} to correct the Stored ia&lde: : the building v\as a I paltituiarlti I cerium: coulition but:{
I I frantic struggles for pronto.
If nuHlloal treatment is neeI [ valuable set of tools, a pony cart, HALIFAX RIVER FRONT HAS !I CORRECTED TO SHOW HE VOTED an examination by the physician. {' The main battle, however is being S

[I will tell you so. >- and other things of value belonging EXTENSION OF TIME TO THURS t showed
m that his condition was dangerous
;M.. BEEN COMPLETED BY STREET: waged in the stock exchange. r
to Mr. Maley, all of which were des- AGAINST THE PROPOSED I
eville H. Clark I DAY NOON IS GRANTED BY MR. and he was removed to the ) where the price of stock is advancing 1 '
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flames. The
troyed by the 1 pony, COMMITTEE. I RECIPROCITY. I lr'a.o hcjpilaL iII. i raoidlv.
chickens, dogs and all livestock: were :
FANCUILLI, REPRESENTATIVE. .. There are 830.000: shares of outstanding
Optometrist taken out of the structure: in time I One of the first: suggestions; madeto I I WASHINGTON. Feb. 1.,-The Me- !I was suffering with- a l'alit.Or stock, of which the Goulds

nor the to be saved. OF CURTISS. the new Daytona board of trade acute diabetes and all efforts of
[ Sign of the EYE. Call! bill for rl" 'ipl'O'itwith Canada I I are supposed to hold SGO.oOO to 400.

The fire started so suddenly and i! Glenn II. ('ur6ti.! ; through his personal has been: acted upon in a't'r)' substantial '' came to the senate today and was : the physician to relieve him "t re unSuccessful ..HM> shares. The floating stock represents -

was" so quickly spread by the burning representative Jerome Fair way and the river front park-; lI;I I immediately referred to the finance i; the man sinking rapidly I II about l;,OOOO shares U'hicb
gasoline that in a few seconds the
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lower part of the structure was amass ciulli. has granted an extension of age Is now filled with comfortable',' committee. Strong efforts will be until death relieved his sufferings I both sides .ire seeking to purchase oo.

time to the local committee to raise seats, where the tourists, visitors: : the open :mi:!rkl"t.I m 1
early Wednesday morning.
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of flames and it was : made to have the committee consider -
the necessary $3.:: :.(.'0 to bring; Aviator and residents may rest in the shadeof
difficulty the yard man succeeded m When the man came to the doctor
fEN GOODS Mi Curdy here for a !series of evhibiL'oa the palmettos and enjoy the beautiful the bill at once and report it back I 'FRISCO GETS BIG EXPO
releasing the animals and fouls ulmddriving
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i' :' flights the last week in March, view up and down the broad the upper: house as soon as possi I vpis name was : n
them into the air. Entrance -
open :, and $i jO\.1\ is needed by the committee Halifax. I I I ble. i an examination of his pen< nal tt',1 ,
to the upper part of the building = Speaker '' PRESIDENT SIGNS BILE.I : ,
there the of thegirls i 1 to reach the required} amount. The :street committee of the board : Cannon announced when: fects after death showed a cankI t-
: living rooms i the I
j The extension of time is to noon of trade was given instructions at''! house nut that the house journal I I book issued by a Zanesville. (>'no. j
, were located.was shut off immediately
are earning a complete nndIr.:\ Fanciulli mast ; would show that he voted against bank W. II. Johnson il
Thursday the tecond to and
| : meeting of that organization i:: St'\'l' j j'envelopes
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be done
and nothing could l RESOLUTION DECLARING SAN
of f (Green Cirweries in- have definite> wire at Canadian reciprocity, but it did not i'I .
a answer by to have the seats: made as soon i, in his pockets vvee: a.
to even the wearing apparel of
in the record
tig : the a\'f :: that time. Positively no archer ex- as possible and placed in the: park appear The journalwas ,I dressed to Judge W. H. Job 11 soli, FRANCISCO PLACE FOR OFFL
servants.The t
tension of time will be granted as age and the work of the committee: i i corrected !i Zanesville. '
fire spread so rapidly! as it t
these dates wanted 1 by a coinmunrt has tI' I ba'tbt't the CIAL CANAL CELEBRATION !IS
are ;; been well done. A total of | Telegrams n sent to I
consumed the lumber of wlmh
dry SHEEHAN LACKS ELEVEN:
>Idea Wax Beans >' in Panama and :Mr.\ .'anl" uUi seats, were put out Wednesday morn- ; bank in Zanesulle and the authorities APPROVED.WASHI.Vo..
I the building was constructed that i
has agreed to give thot-e people an ing and many of them were occupiedby : NEW MAN IN THE RACE. iI there to notify relatives and replies '
f' great clouds of smoke floated skyward I I
Green Beans warning the people in l>a>.tona. ': answer Thursday nigh.! visitors during the day. I j ALDANY. N. Y., "'eb. 1 1.::,When '.lo these messages are now being -I' ; \. Keb. l I.:.President i

Daytona lfe>ach and Seabreeze of the The committee soliciting! the sub- The seats are the property of the the 2<>th senatorial ballot was taken awaited. The stranger had beet! Taft tMl.i.\( - -I the r ',.olution de- i l s

CucumbersCauliflower fire, and menuh willing hands began scnptun-s to the fund to bring Aviator board of trade and have been placed here today Sheehan lacked 11 \'ott's.. stopping. at Schmidt's hotel previous, claritiK S.in: Kran: "- > th- offit-iai tit} f' I

hurrying to the scene from all AU'l'iudy I here has been working i. in the parkave; for the contort and of enough n II tt.'t: han; John Lee to. his, app/ ;mra11ce in! th,' dot-tor's of in which to hold: t.,> !h'-4 exposition s j ;

directions.: A bucket Lrigodl':16 hurriedly faithfully' up to this time and has ]I accomodation ot \ i*..to'-x! and! wh d' nan of {'Lca :tppe.irxl in the! rant !t'l.t', II. rte: :itli.t: "u' J 'ar.r. :.l,!.:eMAIL in I H H-:,. ct-lf!rarmir: t.t: '" :"''iinis of

hopes of the ent'1't' amount I <:dt'lIh ]Iti ( I the Fan.uii.i: :':an:tl.PROJIHBiT '
formed aud who securing n' l"'lp tl" Irs and !r"I'< H \ i d] I i" \<>vTneie ",
every man
Tomatoes which time ---- .
by noon tomorrow. at a' -
could get hands cm a bucket, pump i Ypl

Peppersy or hose worked willingly and faithfully definite l'urti.ii' reprewentativ answer will be given Mr I SACKSDISAPPEAR ) E l T HM I IS DEAD;f [

to protect the residence and t
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other buildings. .I If the couimKtte of the board; '
trade fails in its effort to raft:, ulit'money '
A rES I
Fortunately I the air peifectlystill PECOLIAR.
was {
\ Always Fresh.DAYTONA for tlu attraction it ;is |1',1: 1 1I I : ,
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and there was no wind to hinder I I
I I able no further effort will be mail. .
the labors of the volunteers. Had are many person* In thi-
there been wind from the northor I II i r st>('Urean kind of nt l'ht.llll,! :'" WELL KNOWN CLUB' MAN OF b 1 t
I a for the visitors in Daytona th,, -. < ('(i:mty wj-r! I f, ', JH.,,>.<;bit! t! ...r' t t'i!'," :' ;, -
west no power on. earth could ,
have prevented the flames being son. If the hurt week in Man: !a !business dt-..> ti..warrant :a:M- k,. 'r"I i< IN GEORGIA. SEVERAL CITIES FOUND DEAD'J: t

allowed to pass without sonic k 'Ii communicated to the woodshed and IN APARTMENTS IN HOTEL fl't
: 114 of a balk! account! I F'it' who I ,
of entertainment in Daytona the .11dicatious '
D STORAGE CO.D. from that structure to the house:: | i .
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Several times the vooJshed caught: are there will be all exo( would, in real:n-, be greatly benefited WASHINGTON. Ifl i .1

JOHNSON + uiis of people' from the'it>' twoweek t COXTAIS T A! V VALWBIE\ PAPERS ,
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fire, but water applied by bucketful :*- ; .
thereby. ,
) & earlier than usual becau-e oi r I r : u .smro: !! <; ,F.-> I r-I i: :. I'Ji' E_ I
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and with two lines of small hose !
) the attractions offered at that title i This i is a mistaken idea. A ba-:;': F"'I'" .- I I', k a t.lp.ttaip. 111'1'1 { !

------ and extinguished the the blaze each time:, m St. Autauvtnie and Jacksonville account valuable to every person INSPECTORS I m l AT FORK. '' ttk11 I: <. .tr! i "ii i'nun, lo! N.-'... } ,,..6 2'm'It It! I i
building taxed. i
was I First, l.bt and all the tune, then :a ('II.a-..i .11 tj 1a'I.: :'i. v\ .i 11.':
Sparks flying! ,U the roof of the who transacts: business. ,
de l !'i ll! 111:01.: r; !p'r nl ,!f! i :'"II/!! i !:. I ,i
house WHEAT MARKET IS EASY: fair price. for it. That's the rule followed I I
threatened fire
are tstart a I You are enabled to( kt-+'p yourmoney i i, ::1'. i lillrt:1JI'IH; : : MI tl*..' Mi'i: ...'''i" IKI*.' ,
there a number ol:: tuat-, but wilting PROVISIONS ARE DOWN> at this store. The next time I .. 5OM C37MATE5! PLACE VALUEOF i !
I where it is safe. y..t it I i i. 'rt: th.s; uiuru.ujr; } .

workers carried water: up the !ladders CHICAGO I Feb. 1.:.-The wheat I you need (rocerie! or Vegetables let i i available in pa't or whole at any PAPERS IN POUCHES WHICH I Little: T:sht has; brats thrown! t
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and kept the fLuiua from getting I market: was today with the price us supply you. You will find the I < .j t :>,- (,!r heath and tlu- <''t.i'ou.D': : I I II j
any kind .of a start in the toyDon't easy time. I ARE CONE AT MORE THAN $1., .
dam I .oJlld.I! :: all ::n. :f..l' ."ttl'1 t'
I 1-Ic to 3-Sc lower. Later the loss difference in the quality is:: vastlygreater it
: I You can pay all bills by check : I I -. i !
was recovered and :May was quoted than the difference in the 000X00. -__- - =_- I I I 1 1w
T3his
gives you a receipt for every
t+2 1Sc.Provisions. I j
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am-k were lower on tree I price. dollar paid, for all checks are returned i I WASHINGTON, Feb. 14-Tht-t p. -i, ; :. CHUR+.,n.", Drublst ..
,' received thatd iv r office . .
you 1rtL I department is today :": offerings, despite an advance of 1'1'> j jU 1 to you after having been J): 1 Ytit .r. H
I inspectors to the tate of Cfirm.i: J./ Beach: Street 1 f 1
up and sweep dust i > 15 oats in hog t. Cattle! 10 to 1:.(.' I i Daytona p
CONRAD GROCERY paid by your bank. to work on a case of myster.oi: ...s d,-- ,; Florida. I
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for higher. 1 I
which we have .. The fact that you possess a back appearance of wail! pouches at Thai-! i tw. "!ldu.1: t '\.j t.r' ,/: D.lJ/..
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Miss the Great I man Ga. ,
account gives you a !better standing I
STOCKS ARE IRREGULAR: I
II I It is purud the .n.k-: (row':i
RAILROADS ARE HIGHER.EIC COMPANY among business men and enablesyou, FlorentineOrris !
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tamed
97c.Razor I : : ouie veiv \aluallIt.a.l ;> - ;
it ''ti to etabl: >h a i r>.Jt with jojr bank ,
and ; !
for }
estimates th
lot call or send F \ YORK.} Feb. 1.:.-The stock ,: I some pat : vau

I when! rn.. I..t\ -,.. ,...j.i ..f t i at more than $l;HMi">'.o. There/ ." i {
market the
irregular today
the is was I .
as supply Root
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SaleThis gains and! loses being about evetilvdivided. I PHONE 61.Daytona U.. u..' -::.., ._. ,.:.1: ,I ." '- i' t'i: .oJ.d to be no clue to the d.fappetr: I i

ling low. __ u_ ___ ___ I!1':'.'. !
The railroads were bank i :
gent'ro''
i is an opportunity no ally higher by fractious, wbiltttl.I'1! LodgeNo. A iightful i dry -Imiiipof. _\ f.1.turiJ t i

.... c\ and Itt."ading'ert' ahad 1141 : POPE HAS INFLUENZA; remedy f.'.r tri.ulatmj) ; thee ti!,' ;and 1
;"per : '
tse are gratis. man should miss. MERCHANTS I FOLLOWERS WORRIED. : aking, tii P hair grow In fI}.. nnn; : ftwtatiicr '-
off. :Much Attention: i is being pad: t.> B. P. 0. E. ;
-- I ll.r' I I your hair will -iiiin; HI place I
HANKLNS The a report that a struggle! is t 1'0-:1> ::,:.: t Meets Every Tuesday i ROME: .11 after FLOKLMINK; f: w'!. "i, kp i

Druggist, made for the supremacy of Al.asom J: / 'j jPacif.c Evening Visiting BANKA. I w.th: J- it dry ai.d fluth' :St,1;: l 11.1
AT Tills; FLAOK; I ; and for a time the market I <-, ,I Members Invited, ,I .' '!- ( bottle. just wit'! \< II i i.'n.f u\\ay'.

-Where Volusia Meets Beach. l'l11ltt'Xl'h'd; Cotton wa-: -*'-m 1<1, / T, E. Fitzgerald, E. R D. McBRIDE. President .. :- .. i I, want' d.'l'l'lG 'lI
Geo. F, Crouch, Sec J B CONRAD. Vice President
FOSTER CO. Telephone 69 .' '., '. '. '!. I I "
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r- 4' /i'Y-1j.' -t-- -o. WRAY T I "DELANO, THE ATHENS. OP_FLORIDA 1'1 < 1

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.' PIANOS and DELAND, tb* county seat of '

____ Volusia County
PLAYER PIANOS VOLUSIA === SIETSUr
is situated 23 miles southwest of i
Tllcer
Coaced
Q PIA"OS: FOR RE"T: 1 COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the latter I' UNIVERSITY .

BANK city by an excellent hard-surface DELA D.I'LA.

road recently constructed.At I Four College: 81141 .
DELAND, FLA. TVi-hnlcftlHc ,,,,..
DeLand is located the John Equipment cortKndowment -

FOUND Stetson University, one of the B.I ttf Mrs. Sreembark
Capital $100,000Surplus institutions of 'acuity or 4

I I : ;:: ;.'tth': lii; r r I',.:nUh I. :I: $50,000A. South.ing educational Because of the interest in lessors..and('hrL,Iustruetor. -.- in thai: t't)
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IIn.II')4.r l'noI but the
Pkome 77 for aon.Meetarla5 rented
::'- . 11:1\111;: educational DeLand is knownas
'U" \II UII" matters
: D. MrP.RlDE T"l\'hlng.
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: In"t ('11" ,'all ;,:, It lit For room adjoiin
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ICECREAM ::=:::-: Prhl'nt; .' "The Athens of Florida.; : Information.iKUirtss .
I II WOMfl.N'S : LuWI
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ia My quantity. =--_ EXCHANGE J. ILCONItAI.Vlc-Pr sldt'nt Stetson University has a faculty of Lincoln Hull.Ph.D. .-,-
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and instructors. There n
S. A. WOOD, 50 professors LLI. Dr J
Euroean'E.; ; Cztshl,'T1\, are over $400,000 in buildings and PI'folld..n' .
I E1 endow- VolusH AjMeadamej
Restaurant equipment; nearly $300,000
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f '.OJ me ui u ment a Carnegie Library rep- r
must; oe appare-iy.
I - Tact ;
DEMAREE. ""\ J. W.
...... By L. C. superf"ial 01JSerE'f.Vah: such la\1 DREKA'SDEPARTMENT., resenting an investment in building ?[RIS and Head,

: .t..I' One of Daytona's crowning glories I BUSINESS AND li ifrh we-iltb of natural I beauty it endowment and books, of more than bott. anveojternoon

is her incomparable beach.' Xo came an easy thing fox the hand: of! I STORE $120,000. The library is the United Attorney udCGunsdlor to

. : New Stock Just in at = one who: haJ ever set foot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS i ir-aTi to give the finishing toucheswhicJi States Government depository for the ve-ntion anther

: Peck's Bargain House 5 smooth, racked sands; no one who have! wrought out the colors 1 EVERYTHING'. State of Florida, and contains over home o|
e'ver' pedaled a bicycle over Its ex- l' I big picture. at Law
I and outlines of the TO EAT, 15,000 volumes. Science Hall one

: 112 South Beach Street.2oiiiieisuoissislssIsi. J pans;; no one who ever drove a .. I II. I Man did all this in the laying out I 'TO WEAR of tht newest of 16 buildings with Beach cj

'I prancing pair of horses and listened .I of the streets with the IT wide margins TO USE its furnishings, represents an outlay I Will Pnetteeu low rem nj

......!................... to the popping of their steel shoes [.I.IIISISIslSISI3ISISISI! : of parkage. The entire city becomes Rending-1 Koom, $60,000.. Elizabeth Hall is one of State: andFl'd..ral ply I uerokl
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5 LING WAH-CHINESE LAUNDRY 5 upon its asphaltum-like face; no one I inter .. .- beautiful college buildings
ks.: grP. t park. with driveways : 'Kl vutor H rvttv the.most
I XIS NO. hKACII ST.. 1>ATTONA, FLA. m who ever steered a high-power automobile : E. S. HALL : Boom CourtsTsLAJID
Rest
2 res8Hhlrts 1'NIgIit4h1rIs' 10. sentin{, miles upon mies of driveways in the South.
Whlt<" Hhlrts inV down the broad stretch of I Mr and
Z Check hhlrt' MInthrhtrtsI H.m sand Architect and BuilderNo. = ft.o good as to attract motorists The city has a population of about 1
and surf-packed G.A.DREKACO. tontown
'Nnblrtscollarfitt. wave-washed
2 New hlrts IJJllrll\h'rs> m I from nil over the continent.And with a thickly settled conntradjacent ,
3,500, FLA.
Z 13ocke.prrpnIr S Z u I biK!: realized that it fs a world beater .211\1"\ Falniftto Av. : DELANO. FLA. and Mrs
2 IIArloreurrs* :2'2HnndkcrchIcfs!? :3 Aa DeLand proper is five
: for the ,
: FLORIDA. as pavements pavemtuts
Ladles clothes at corresponding price 2 I a world-wonder. Go stand upon : DAYTONA. iI I home "D
*...i.1.iuei.I.iiI.aiI.Ie this wi.le speedway and see the happy .I isi.i.i.i.i.isi.isIsIIIeIIIOIIi.IIIIUIIIISIIl I that: look and act like granite miles east of the SL Johns River on WRFGHTINSURANCE -woods uni
else between the eastern the rolling. pine land of the
; *.....................isua souls!: flit by in joyous mood and I I I -where miles Yo1usiajollntj y high Ridge" of Florida. i is. mum i> '- P-
of and wetrn seas are fo many great "Orange
answer whether ths:; is not one .
J H. C. THOMPSON Agt. II .. ? The AbstractCt products are :
J the seven modern: wonders. in proiorton; to inhabitants )The predominating' S % 5 5

: LAMB ENGINES : i W. C. CHOWNING M. D. : paveme-iit question statds with the oranges and grapefruit the estimated AGENCY ati.

S HUPMOBILES The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.! : General Medicine and : ctreet as one of the chief' drawing (IVrt'urv FUh D. Landis.; President C'r.tary.and 'crop from this vicinity being over \I.. I

:. Deawutratioa Given at Any Time. : Where think you is water with more I : Obstetrics : cards. Till some unheard of place .:rrt us. 300,000 boxes' this year. Grapes,

I : PHO J.: ViB0B0B0B0B0B0B0B0B: = picturesque::; surroundings? Nearly a .I' Office Hours: 1::n to 3:10.: to$,. p. m. reports more and bftcer, Da.tonachrow Abstracts Furnish'.: peaches pears Japan persimmons, DeLand F10ri.4 Ir I-
with tropical Kodak Place. Those 39.I.l.l.UiIIISlSI.ISISIIIS. down the gaiirtet! to the -, strawberries '
e..IsIIsIISI.IIuIUsIsUsi mile wide. fringed vegetation :I Over :: ed and,Titles plums pecans guavas .
artistic cottages with roomy i world. and other fruits are grown in plenty.In .1 i ,
. .
Perfected
.. B B0Bi ;
verandas looking out upon her bosom --- Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Fruit and Insured the way of public improvements OLDESTLARGEST \ ,

: .I JACOB ESPEDAHL : gamey food fishes in countless num- .......................... Whatever one's shortcomings and j are many miles of fine shell roads, an ::1,.

t Contractor and Builder ia bers beckoning, as it were, to those however indifferent o" even callous Maps Plats and excellent high school electric lights, .. I,.
Designer and Craftsman : DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPhysician : Blueprints xlIiKl.AXO
a Superintends('on'truetlon! of Build- with rod and reelher bosom fleck I one may hj to many things: the mere a system of waterworks that is owned : and BEST

a a IngB. Plans on Hhort and Notice.DAYTONA. Kpeclttcutlons. = ed with duck and coot and snowy- : and SurgeonOKFICK : mentica (,f "flowers and squirrels : FLK.: and operated by the city, supplying I -

: FLORIDA.a :: winged sea birds which sit about as I IIf OVER KODAK I'L.\-; : birds; and fruits" will send a thrill the purest water at little cost. r.4If.

>B0B0B0B0B0B0B0B0B0B0B0B : for the sport of bobbing upon the .I Phon.-! that is reflected rn distended pupils! BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that For Florida 9 !

.I........................ waves; watch that lubberly od! ... .I S ISIS'SIeiSR1iI '.. and pricked ears. DeLand is a church-going commu l
I
I FARMS
.: U S I S I S I I I
white headed pelican pouch a fat --- --- For e rery visitor WiLt: a spare goo- nity. Baptists Episcopalians Methodists -

1 OSCAR MICHAEL I mullet, and that fish hawk strulin; .ISRSISISISISt. b-r there b a bunny ready to corn COMPANY: (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians 0 ROVESTIMBER II.

: CONTRACTORS I I upward with his floundering load he .LIlt I al'.ept yottigift.. He will sit bolt! Manufacturers Of Christians and Catholics : or t.

I Filling and Grading : snatched from the water. : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS : 'iTriKhL anal knaw i i'nt, the meat. LUMBER besides colored Baptists and Methodists TRUCK

: See the beautiful launches spick : Civil Engineers : i-ustin: furtive saucy glances at you' LATH are represented. :,-,
::
b LANDs
Heavy Hauling a Specialty.
: M SHINGLESMOULDINGS
:uid span: wi'Jh: hampers and lockers I '::1 iean while The gra-ted school oflcrs a ten I''.

I ......................8... bulging with refreshments, loth solidand DAYTONA. FLA. : i Flo-.v'T5. Usually fresh and bloom.in ,. ; I years' course, and the building which mrfor Nhi-et" Bargain to.

I \!-
beautiful surface. Take out your feld: .ISISISSlSIIStISIISISUSISlSgSISSIISISISISISUI! .. : t'll of (Goldsmith's coaple where ::.rid HcoiInKVsjt. and is oas; of the most I IDE GOULDIfflflnffl "II I
1 M. ELLA DeVOY & CO.I % bnlf.Viii! I throughout, I
Ias.; and sweep the river from -- - --- --- ----- SmuiUtt.spt.ng;: its earliest visit pai] KMior-iUo:: Hlii-t. r commodious and best equipped public I t

MILLINERY I Ornioad bridge to Ponce Park :. .. .'.nd: summers: lingering; blo.ssoius: (I.ir..J J''O.' :,ni.-n Sand'lav Brick I-rli-k i: schools in the State.i 'I! COi

i fj Are Showing Fall Styles light house then say whether the :. E. L. STEWARTPhysician J: ,. are delayed. 1.:1.\ :rm. PLA.LAilS I i The trip from Daytona tc DeLand I Kl.AXI'/ :' FLA.i I
.!- Halifax isu't a thing of beauty: anda I: In on-* yard roses of varisattnl hue:* in little .4fl.i
and Surgeon is made by automobile a I
Si. Fla. ,
No.8 Beach !
H Daytona.
3 S joy forever, and one of the modern :. Sptvtalatt' ntioil todi-a-. Of th'K I II g i !'edoiuiiats: ; another household has and there I I I' '"
hour, are many
\\o.i: j\!... Eta: r. Throat tuul Nov.t. .fT.!.-. and the over an
. I II :a pviM-haiit for the poincetta : & MAttorneys [ THE
and 1 rsld n.Mitiiliolia i : aviiii .rol l pretty drives in the vicinity of the : :! -
'ij !>N ilM.\!:!' \o:!'.?i' .I door \\".-st nt P.O.. ti-l.-j.lion..! >-.'. 0 :premi rre aflame; another is hid ..
'. The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge. : oflif- IMIUFH: n a. ill to :'. p. in. : I at Law county site. A good road leads to GORDONGARAGE .x

/ I East Florida \\t wood. .......................... :: <.:>en the in:spice::a jungle of: life of and taIl cane.here is Variet where State friictu-int' and !K.In-d.raiOoUrts Mil DeLeon; Springs, hve miles a historic I i '1' ; .; (:

i where 60,000 gallons of water
-
- -- --- spot.
---- --
Ridg'-vvocJ avenue is upon the crestof find it. acilities for
you :ppclal
i Telephone Company bubble from the earth every minute.
...I.I.I.'SIS'.I.'S'.I.I.IDR. mind
-! a broad: : ridge, straight as the crow i The birds flit in. and wi'Jh: their 1n\'stljfttlnl*-rf.!Ctlnn tit I's I From DeLand automobiles go south The

flies and the wide spreading branches 1: F. H. HOUGHTON : joyous notes help to give fullnt-ss I II' PF.l.ANP. FI.A.STElRTOiy. DeLandHeadqua.rters
Connections at Daytona to Osteen, 18 miles on shell and
of the! htavy-trunked live oaks extend id symmetry to the picture. I I P"b ,
.t .| for Long Distance Joints their giant! arms across the magnificent : Dentist = marl roads; the St.Johns is crossed by for
: .\:; for fruits choice citrus fruits y I ferry near Osteen and cars can then
\ sta, forming an arch, and .
I .I Offi.-s- tn }'-..k Bl hH'k I. i Dajtoiial: Ids the pain to none for: Isaac A. Ht.wartKKford continue to Sanford and Orlando by I AutomobilesAUENTFOR
H. C. THOMPSON i from these! extended festound .
arms great .' i'iloNEJe.t! End: !south 15rUIg I There
and acre. Bly
quality quantity
per
I ; hard road. There is a shell road :
X!) @"' .. i'@(!'.!. of Spanish moss sway as the .ESUSISISISISISISISIISUSIISSUSISISISUSIIISISISISII. : ;.re scores of citrus groves in prox- Mary hUwartAttorneys five I Maxwell Touring .
DeLand to City
Orange ,
from
at Law
-- trade winds from the tropic: seas
;
Cars andRunabouts
l nuty! : to the city branches binding :
!
$ road from DeLand
: fan them. Looking straight ahead and Notaries Public miles, and a good
I erth with their burdens of
the ,
:
to : I
I h.T.MCCLELLANIWritt :Jown thi3 white shell street one has :J T. K.: Fitzgerald: K. .K. ats = : )hn-ious:: g(Men globes which for Fl.AKD .'L.r .\. to Lake Helen a like distance. I '.11:1:

the impression of a fairy path with : ...
:\ & OATES
FITZGERALD t l t auty proflicacy and all desirable
: Mill Work t >.if SQ draperies but as you move :J Attorneys and Counsellors at LawiseIai =
s"j thong and cast an eye first to the Kacllltl.KxHtnintiiu, .
Mauuluctur', I
The Fastest Autos and The Finest
or ask him about anything S Tigfct! and then to the left you see iiiul IVrffftlnsi I ilTltl.Officila -, .
: ; you want made of( wood Every '; distinguished cottage homes in the : Conrad P.uilil.,,,.:. 'Phone l 1M : Out. .& CO. i Light Granite Buff, Red awl
Lurg, '-t stwk" of HAMLINHAMLIN
thing the best. : most delightful settings. .......................... Theevtuth world wonder, do you Pianos! ,Organs: and j Drab Brick I
l.ir' Cipii-t.? : 'II-IM-X, I'rompt "Shlp-,
See .ho glistening leaf of the grand --- -- --- --.. -- ------- .'. -k? ('t'we."hethtr from :Misuour Sewing Machines 1.1. uts. \vii-" '. :;... i wi. i.u.l' Pruris. &
; North Ridgewood Ave. Pbone123 .. .! ,_!. Ii 'i'!.!.!>.. '!'!-.!' I !south of J.i'ViriviiliiKl.AM' I I 1.AKK: KKI.i.N.: : ; KI.A.
; magnolia which: nature has varnished "; fro'u Maine from Kalamazoo o. I '. KI.A.ALLLN'S.
.. ..... i I
\! as no artis's brush ever could; and DR. J. P. ESCH I T.mbucto, and you will be "shown."

.1 the cabbig" palms with their burdens and lire is where the worlds record for! LAKE HELEN

.IJW'rUIiIlf II PORT if) showy fruit and swaying poluis: ; Z. Physician Surgeon i !is broken with recurringreason. Surrounded Attorneys
} I ORANGE' ., s>pe"< every by several pretty lakes
PICTURESQUE T \ : Pnin'uli: I ITIlIMh li .t u! titli? i.f I and
I II I see the lovely holly with its exquisite !. :M.Khiih.: . 'ma.t!i..iir. -'i.-J |.. : : Autos the bivK! t.t.: the fast ad guarded by lofty pine trees is Counsellorsat
... I Xs.t to I'o"otc"! -
in. i't !o7: J p. 111. 1''h"? :> |I- v\ T"NA1IKACII. :';
Ltry; ,see the climbing vines !J : -'to unj the finest are on daily pi- Lake Helen a winter resort of no Law

11)KT' on.\ Hp. 1nprrttylltllo I 1- run' riot in the trees; see the cryp- .. . . .... i :r.ule <:.:.d the big show is as free ast..o ::; I DRUGGISTSJEVELERS little importance. Camp Cassadasja,
I '!'!':!\!' ' \ 5S'! !(!) i village PORT ORANGEHOUSE[ : 'ooinKXis forms winch gain a foothold pttartesian: water from tlll'l a spiritualistic camp-ground is situated .
*ltnnt xl ilv<- mu.- l'sI..tNl.=" FL5.I'
I I ja:: the great oaks and statelypiiiJms. ; '!!' '!'!'. '!o! !'!'o!'!' !"" !'!'!!. : r;.ns.ud5: of flowing wells. It Is ti.ttnUQU5 near Lake Helen and at this
M>uthof aytona 01 ItLAXI: FLA.
i the ay1oni-X.-w and surely you will join inUiie I ,' : : : show with a constantly' I I place several hundred people make I
LADAS' PARLOR
hard stirt4rO1K1thSfl1t' 1 ch.>ru and that this is a POOL .. I II
Kmyrna, ; say : :i.az :scene.Et.eiything: winter headquarters. A huge lumber fOTA1'ilDaL.tND ..

f imlghway of th'Kavt! : S. Fred Cummings world wonder for beauty. .) NOW OPEN. !.- I goes, from a 2borsfpoxver II G. W. Fisher mill and the largest brick plant in

:I ('"\old. T1.:' town h Owner and Manager I I Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage ;; Clean and Warm and ,;- up ta 2UO-hoT power, and DrugCo. i the South are located at Lake Helen. t'u :

LatMofltbt- hull.ixitiverandIs- i'Jl degrees of spetd from a canter
Homes. A Good Place to Rest Drugs Stationery, ORANGE CITY c:
to: a two.miIe-alilnute clip. You will i ClothingFurnishingS
i Candies
r Play Pool Now .! i piobably catch the spirit: when youdo Huyler's The principal attraction around
twnlnanlloppel1t.! Checks Given ,s, Kodaks Cigars
t.y.brtdr. perhap?; commands more nearly universal I \ the roads and the beach are )'ours. I'KL.\Sn. .'1.A. ..\. Orange City is the many handsome Shoes

The town Is well BEACH{ attention and praise than does i Myrile Ave. and Beach St. i The t'lorida sunshine is free, the golden orange groves. The town is -

I Laid out and hn' the artistic cottages. The owners of ( xsX S xg) ? vX x *
;I many pretty homes.of Lots for Sale. these charming villas hail from every ---- -- - )-rds and squirrels and flowers are I A. H. f OODJUl purest in the world another attraction :-

: .A tourlit large and number winter Liberal Allowed Terms for corner cf the country and they bring ..........................I. :-ee. the sparkling fountain.; water Is i::; I to visitors. It is at Orange City J "' .

r..cUS nts make Port IMPROVEMENTSOcean their own arohitectural plans and ';'rte and you will have to go down I The that passengers over the Florida East : .
: When You Are Looking { I
Orange winter headquarteri. or River build upon them, and as the architecture t !! orSome 4 unto! your wallet only for
I *ne ot the FISHINGC'oDT'.nlE'nt I of one section of the country : One to Do + : :.:auto and bed and board. II GROCER drive to Deland. The town is surrounded I ::
I /wral! attraction Automobile I Ito ;-..
to -
differs of
from architecture
I the another by land
peculiarly
all adapted
This is fanciful it's -
no picture;
excellent Itue."OUh
m l brfns: the and Bridge. so do our homes differ in Dd.D. "L.\ the cultivation of citrus fruits i J LSD, 'IAUU& DJI. -
a..hlng. i Icre. It is drawing other thousands:: I II I
r Applr to i Electrical %Work -
outward and structuralbeauty -
A short distance appearance: will . -- :: :
I WM. C. HOWES I and h&'dc: != them enthralled, it ---------- -- ----- --- -

I ..ct 3t Port Orange .0\1':; 11 t from one another. There are cuarm and bold! you. Come( and st'e.1 :.......................................... .......
: a r$ tbft remains of Port Oruntie Fla. no monotonous rows of strikingly c:
.h* old Punlawton : PHONE 14 .
,
; ---- -
-
similar but the it
btlild'tlJs
as
eye

I r t,>.ar'\1IS ntl vUlted:1. a cv.ryp place Port Orange .sweepby ia treated to a kaleidoscopic "From the Grove to the Table"INDIAN ; THE DAILY NEWS ;;

I ;. :r by hundr.-doft change which keeps the mind FORLAWJ .
RIVER GRAPEFRUIT
Jrtsts. One t I limit. OYSTER CO. wondriug. "What next?" .
west I" AND ORANGES .
.i th.untr D. KUPOXT' It i* no:, only the exterior of many .
rf Port Orange surrounding Grower" and Ivaler : THE ELECTRICIAN. J Grown on the Halifax.
of th'i'ii homes: which rivets attention t 'fc; threepersonswhose
the old me
:
I OYSTERS andCLAMS : Gives _
The finest quality of fruit for sale Away
i.i:.II. wns a vast In.i1.onudugarCane- ; w".b.c they are models or convenience Best Prices Best Work t
in sinoie' 1-oxes or car: lots. Special: names were mentioned in the :
and the : :
I ;: Pt. OrMntie-l,,vton.lm. finishing and furnishing NORTH BEACH STREET : : _
-.iatatlon..The mill i jive evidence of the elegance attention paid to filling i orders.
was operated extenir : and cultivation of those who worked .!... !... .!...........: MUNROE & STEVENS : Every Day previousday'spar __. :

> 'ly In those early c. HOWESReal .
t! .ys l hut has! N-en la i it aU out. Indeed, it is the interior ...USISlSISISISISISISI5gSiGROCERIES GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. .. .

atkusi, for forty or Estate I arrangement and artistic furnishing: : Four Tickets [to the Crystal :
| Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel.
: :
fi'ty ;years.A Insurance and shndicg, more than the exterior

I I very lntere>tlni; I : appearace that gives a surpassing i ___ _ I : Theatre and a Merchandise :

drive from Ihiytonn MOTAKY: PfBLIC I charm to Daytona: homes. This feature :: .. at live and I let 'live"pric(- -, at '. ........... .... .!. .. .,......... ...........
l.a ty is-can lsaalut. : Order for 25 cents on some :
.i thi- approach ottJi. __Port Orange. ['Ia.i. I : justly merits prominence: : as another : JOHN P. POLLITZ. S MESSING ::
&
GITTENS
I .' Port arum.-> i vender.Streets : '. : local store. : : : : : : : -
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tc .1 :" uvroth .
I r4. and hn I JlARllii i : and Pavements the Most .I.B0B0B.B$B0B0B0B0McDonald's ".... ) Fresh Fish o .
(
r ,,.It.. tt! rnu.:h ti.. u. i and Best. .
: 'V..U <'
: Boat Yard
I nnripal trwt of I > T 2 Clams -
Port Orange. *o tlv/ [GeneralMerchandise Why th'* Architect of the Univfi! I. Established: 1903 :JIIII
I and Rose Bay Oysters : Watch for them name may :
I ra Ait of th1r.iUil *- 0" !' chose to give: Daytona; the moit admirable : CHAS. M. McDONALD, Proprietor J ---your

i old. 5tCt: r I the most picturesque natural Market: on South Beach! Street I
Boats 5
: Railways. Built
Repaired ,
tM'U. not !..nllt. o : be ,.
1* vtonaby I h.- ro i.l Purt l'\t an.: Ha.AWWWW. SLotting of all) the cities of the South I Ii : aad Housed.0E0g00B0B0B0BeB0B0ICB. N Phone! 5 Proaiyl Delivery next. :
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c. . ,.. 1Iii lan.1. is cot revealed, but that such is a ; I ... I .JJ
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FLORIDA (, THE D. A. R. RECEPTION I I I The Sicilian Vespers Is the term-given -
1 II I
i I to the- massacre of. the French In PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA\ r

Ity seat of I I. Sicily, Starch :SO: 1282. On Easter
il r V TUESDAY Y I I
fa County, EVENING'I Monday conspirators assembled at Palermo
STETSON' j: SMYRNA is situated fif-
N
.
Ithwest t. i iDRILLIANT and while the French
of were engaged II HOWEAND NEW miles south of Daytona ORANGESIf

jnn the lat.dsurface- UNIVERSITY SOCIAL> AFFAIR: AT I in festivities a Sicilian bride I and is an ideal spot reached I you want the
passed} by with her train. A Frenchman from Daytona by hard surface road vrvlwt Orange
Four DElaND, FLA j PALMETTJ: CLU3 HOUSE PRE-1 l I ;: used her rudely and a young Sicilian CURRIERFLORIDA winding through one of the most picturesque apply ui
Uollege. anci I ,. I I I parts of Florida. Point Grove
ie John B. T.'chnlcall-ichOOI.Eq)1lpment _. ;'; ,I CEEDS OPENING OF STATE II stabbed him on the spot.{ The With its ancient ruins dating backto .
'Ollt forth Holland Indian

the lead. 1nK nearly JjUX)( )} Mrs. S. M. Ryan has decided: tore ;, ( populace ran through the city crying a time when the history of man I KivcrOrangt -
Endowment f u.), CONVENTION IN THIS CITY. :!i: ;: out. tout the French die:" and without LANDS runneth not, interlaced with wiresof : :licst In tfiGrove
Ins of the Faculty of 4J. Pro: -embark in the millinery businessIn I'I .
ft'sIOrs distinction of rank or slaughtered the modern and telephone +tdtr
The Palmetto club house age sex ; telegraph I
Tuesday XKW: HMYRAAFLoKIl'A
and for this has
Interest in city
purpose
this
strnctore. Christie j i all the Frenchmen they could its miles of shell streets as situated 11m
but the south haf: of the storeroom evening was the background for a'' from Daytona 011
Id is known 1I0n.Mt-ctartaQ .- .. rented I: find. About b.O>It) \vt-re inas; -a,T('\l. Not hard and smooth as a floor and over
For Hankins' brilliant reception tendered: by the M. LEIDERSDORF arched forest that the DaytonatdawSmyrna
tnforl1la.Uon adjoining drug store : even the churches were allowed to become by hoary giants Road.
address: Atwood block. Abigail Bartholomew Chapter D. A.j Resident Agent grew in stately grandeur during the
faculty of m the a sanctuary for them. The massacre Prices Moderate
Lincoln Hull . I II. to the state officers delegates;! Town and I lapse of bygone centuries New
rs. Thereldi:1gs Ph. D Lltt.1). was general throughout the Laland. FERD
| and ArASldeut Ll.: D. .b Dr. J. C Herman, Osteopath, 20 j and guests of the D. A. R. Congress)I .-New York American. Country I Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDHANNProprietor
.
now in session in Daytona. Palms. I Property and rest
endow.alone Voush Ave., Daytona Phone 40. tf;
I bamboo wild smilax. with D. A. R. a All nature here is very inviting to

[ rep J. If. PERKINS Mesdames Dora D. Davis, Shuler pennant and United States flags the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here

li[more building than, and Head friends of Mrs. C. H. Abbott -I decorated the audience room, whileValentine's : . R. S. ALfY I too is to be found the best fishing and

arived from Orlando Tuesday afternoon day was remembered in hunting in the state of Florida.

jhe United( the Attorney andCounsellor to attend the D. A. R. convention t j the dining room, with, its bright: array GeneralHardware The people are thrifty, the business -.
pry or and are with Mrs. Abbott at of hearts and ferjs.
I men enterprising, and all unite
rains over Bay street. la the receiving line Miss :
home
her on were
at Law ;; in extending the welcome hand of
Hall, and
one
Kathryn Thorp local! Regent; Mrs. J.
(ings, withan : Beach cottages fully furnished, SI. Mahoney of Jacksonville State Builder's hospitality to strangers. There are
five church edifices for white peopleand
outlayis low rent north Hotel Clarendon. Apply Regent; 31 rs. Schuler: Vice state
Will
Practice InState Supplies an equal number for the colored
one ofbuildings and ..t Cherokee cottage opp. windmin. Regent Orlando; Miss Sack, Jack-
Furnitureand population; the town has an excel
FederalCourts 51-t sonville; :Miss\ SI.:\ Ella 1>e\"o)'. Vice I II S
1r lent high school. a splendid public
Regent (local); Ch?s. E. Gardiner,I
!>n of :about .t Mr. and :Mrs.\ W. H. Miller of Un-I Secretary.Mrs. I UndertakingNew library, aid up-to-date bnsiness

country DBLAND, FLA. '; lontown, Pa., who are visiting Mr. :\ SI. L. Stanley presided in the t a houses.
r is five 1 and Mrs. William: Atwood at their I dining: room assisted by the Misses I SmyrnaTHE There are any number of pretty

River, on home on Day street are Mrs. At-I :Margaret\ Shields. \Vilbert Bowen. ;! homes for the: permanent population,

lad of the WRIGHTINSURANCE "Wood'sIncle and aunt. Mr. Milleris \ Church. Irene Esch and Allen. I which numbers close to 2,000. and

[lorida. municipal judge of Uniontown. Sirs. Chas. H. Raynor.: Mrs. Alex some very fine winter residences. STATED A : BANK

nets are J j I ander Bigelow and Sirs. J. P. Each:: ) PI OCEAN{ "110 0 USE S{ There are good hotels and boardinghouses I"
estimatedting WANTED Experienced colored! formed the reception committee. I I where you can find accommodations ::
:
over AGENCY waitress at once. Apply La Vergne, Delightful music the early part of'J J F. W. SAMS to meet your requirements. I NEW SMYRNA

}Mansion Day s' reet. I the evening was furnished by Mr. I'W'PIIIETuR: ;: Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a I JOHN:. tlA."mmPr. , -
Grapes.immons, .
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I I.0i111eU'iolinis! !, accompanied by Rates section of vegetable land as can be
DeLand, Florid Elmer Oliver and daughter re-:' Miss: Willaume, assisted by '.Ir. ta _. : found anywhere. This land has been L.1 I'..HKANNING.1I1o'r. : : : t
Irawberries returned by train from Orlando Tut-s.1'I :\Montell cellist anIr.. Wood violinkt. ; t e s I I $3.00 per Day divided into small farms which can I i 1

in plenty day aflerl con, to which citIr., :\ Oliver -; At the ckse of the forma! I i: Special per I be bought at reasonable prices. Someof I Transacts a

brovenientsl OLDEST .. went by automobile a week or:I -eption! dancing was enjoyed by WeekKx.ll. the finest celery grown in the state General
( roads an more ago :Mrs.\ Oliver is reported I! 'I I'I I Banking t
many of the guests. I : : nt lluntinani is raised on tbisland All other ve<>e- I
tric lights LARGEST to be : FlhtuuNKV Business
getting
a.ong nicely.
very
One hundred tables grow in abundance and here,
'I and f it is owned and BEST I ojO'tthe ho:pi'at:: of the ha:;. : '"nc. .\ too. is the home of the famous Indian 4 Per Cent. Interest
i I IHet
supplying Mrs. Ella Ea.utr and :Miss\ Trances I : \ Fl.t Utt I .1I I on lime ItpoiiH: !
I I ter auJ the opportunity wts given: > a I River oranges.
tost let of :21 I Magnolia:\! ;; : avenue, leave II I I
viol: delegates of meeting In-ior I
(estify that this afternoon for Cuba, to be gone,
tt-.f: formal orening ( f the convent.on, I --=-=--=-=
For Florida > -- -- --
for two weeks. They will then return -I ,

ans. FARMS jnainder to of Daytona the season to spend at their the re-!i!': .-....--..*.......- ..........* I l(I 1 ...................................4...............*+
(sern), Pres.Catholics- GROVES ('ot'l ill f t I 1
TIMBER or tage here. !i j R. H. MCDONALD : ii
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---- Yti I t I The Zapf Co. i
Joseph
ad Metho- I
TRUCK Mrs. I). I.. Raulden! and daushifi': ;: .:;, | MEATS I

LAND Mrs. C.V.. Campbell, arrived Iron: : i i 4 4
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Icrs a tenD Heixrfor Bargain DeLand Tuesday: afternoon and are'| : : JACKSONVILLE. FLA. :
Florida and Western
whichfurnished | I Il I .
i Hht-et iom guests at the 'l Desplanil> hotel: while:: i j .
The Choicest Steaks and : Is called the and most reliable J
l 4 4j e justly largest liquor
attending the I n. A. 1 K.: coivcntion.: i j .1 i .
the most THE COULDTOTTEN j :ilrs. Gaulden is regent 01 the !loaljB. : j I : The Primest Roasts i t ti : house in Florida. Sole distributors for *

Ippcd pubic I A. R. chapter at DeLand and I II I it $ 1 y'k 'A
I CODECANI I l TVI"'|.iln>n."Ui \\list you want and w. j
state regent or IftlL::. j : Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer :
I I.
i t will iiili-uvor to are that: you i--t it. 4j
DeLand I I ). FLA. j: : Phone tI?ij; J j I 4 :
la a little j Special attention is called to the :
j Will exchange a i or 7 passenger 4
I are manyty I 1907 White touring car in good run II I : POULTRY 4 k : MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. :

| of the THE ....... ..-. .
ning condition with $3oO:;;; worth of I I 1-A .
) Th.--t-jirUt-ryouU-aveyourordfr .
leads to I GORDONGARAGE extras for real estate in Seubree/.e: ,J I.. ...tier chitui: > you IKIV--: of uittini4 I i: Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. : i
a historicof or Daytona Beach Address box 1 13Daytona -"., : the <-*ti>vl.-..>t. Mme Jarbeau and her Cuckoo Birds, with the Lyman Twins in the ,

water I' Beach. i;7tf I' .94444444444444444444444444.1 I "Prize \\'mners,' Friday night. Feb 17th. at the Daytona Theatre. ?...............................................+.+.+

minute.go .
south The -

crosscdby:shell and DeLandHeadquarters \FW\"h mr VNNNlrJ'WW' 'lIVmrwWr' ' rhrr'irW fflddti"r"r"d' ''se. "vrs'kY' \eY'ar""sae'Vdksirv"d'sr"feYh"dYSl' :

can thenrlando : for


I(hell City,road five by Maxwell AutomobilesAGENT FOR Tour- & NIALEY COM _


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trees is Counsellors OJC3 Nean I)6iJ IH

'rt of nopassadaga at LawlIEI.N11 :
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is situ- ; ;
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J at this We have a large line ,
d aq
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{'e lumber "FOIBITallPS"DKLAND{ I! That was many:
plant in t and the
pricesare
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years ago. -=::
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ke Helen.
I the primitive I
-+ i corn broom was< t i ,

ClothingFurnishings right. ,-, ; i I the only device: l f I tra.
around >r4. t Tvrwr.an:: had to+ clean h-.r t 'If I Is'
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ndsome
Shoes
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ctr'.t.t: and rill's. The
|e town is I 1
UISSMLL; Sweeper: :{ has; F
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be ther chang.-d all this, making'L'l..piig: d,Lla pk-avuit unticija-: I

attrac- tion! it.."ead of a day t<, 'K- .I..r.':t.Ic-ti. Sv.x-tpin?. with! a ctri: 1

rage City n : !.rGO!!! i b indeed a scf-ii!! ::L.t
rids East When the so eis-'ly;! tV! i chid! can oi'l.; .rate it. the II-; :> EI.!. , I i R ,

|ages and 'l.a.. ( \ :: '( ".: carpet.-:* :uul r1.t.t.:;;: out i . ec:
is snr- U. the ran: all tile fine dust :and grit! tii.it h i never k-:. .r I 1ft; !- -

adaptedaits. is :O'.'-:. 1 I cOiii: broom confiningarc; : : withins* DELASD FLU1U JA room O the' 1 1",1- 1 ..f f f-.cattvrin i u? it over tic f furniture / 1 i idr" I (

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NEWS I .For beauty, sleep and perfect rest clean and the .Bjssell BEARING )' f ; r'

.. you must have the perfect 1- Sweeperyet ; A

''.: r'--.Ti.t te "' acriSce: made in goin f ?,.
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gee persons whose J Emmerich day is ..J without it t'-r- so iiay years*. iWp ia today and d
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. mentioned in-'-the *. Guaranteed Feather O I II .
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They are I lay head II s.IfMr...n" t" '.. ,*..!. :,.,.. ''... ,.i ar thl l l'. ai Y
[Crystal filled with pure clean fluffy feathers your II I. m. "M .h!" tr"1 f ftar.ur
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landise .. cured and deodorized by the Emmerich .I
exclusive process, ridding them of all I .II
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some odors,oil,animal matter, and all foreign on anEmmerich I, I ev

.. and deleterious substances. Guaran ji ), J : ,Hi. !t aI
s. teed sweet, pure and odorless. Entir t

pillow satisfaction money refunded.

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R .. THE DAYTON' DAILY NEWS
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a ifN00Oee00s0"0e.e0eeeeeeeHeeleeo00'''''''''''''''''' THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS i Peninsula Variety : t .........

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Anthony Brothers lay Published, !from every December evening 1 to except April 1?, jn-by Store (I' I: WE SELL P i 0.


I THE GAZETTE-NEWS CO. DAY .ONA BEACH., FLA. J Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of ..
txl"'ptlonal Mon -y- avin;
INCORPORATED T. E. FITZGERALD. Editor.C. Values I In 1 i $ lubricating oils on the market. I-. ..

S. HARRIS City Editor. Enamel Ware . .
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CLOTHING II. .
t HARRY L. ROOD, Adv. Manager: : .
China
GCO. F CROUCH. Superintendent.Entered Japanese i WE REPAIR I.t I 0'L


y I I.I GENTS' FURNISHINGS I II December 1,as 1010 second at the class: po.tnffieeI matter I II I I Ribbons Laces : Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. : :_ ..... Greater Eal


at Daytona Florida, under Act of Opposite Webster's Grocery Store j StJl!

I SHOES I Ij March 3, 1879. Seabreeze Ave. I : .

i I -- -- I Central Auto Garage. I :

j AT I Daytona, Ormond, Titusville. Daytona, Florida I j'' .........-.............................................. : ....
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] LORES ( pam Beach, w Palm Beach. 1 Machine Shop : :.C......... Nh ..a.e... O'8+.o.a.o..... .G..J If ...
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I Clarendon d G C UliDSBY :
ilfiarilgeCo.REPAIRING g OF ALL : e.e.e.o.e.o.=+o.o.e..e.o....+o...o.s....... .o.s..+;
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t OPPOSITE HOTEL CLARENDON SEABREEZE, FLA. !BOND LUMBER COMPANY ? ..

Rail and River. Manufacturer i f .. T1E:
By FOR 7 FX:' t& I +
I t AUTOMOBILES RENT. :dtI :: ;;.51t: 'hiOlIg. .
t AI ROUGH and DRESSED CPRESS: LUMPER 5 .

...........................................N........ : Laths. hr,ls. Flooring, Celling, Brick. Lire tr.fi fervent' :n Stctk f .
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: -"....;;.."i ....;i.i. i".'ii.,..iii.i.... "....i.-.1 r -.f.ite. to increase Lit:S- i :( f trld.1; i 'Phone 83. RJ- MALBY Manager. ..
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I IIIIIIIIIIJ Ii ATLANTIC COAST LINE I'rh:>;; proposed chan!'e in the N............ ...........................o.... .
JUST GOSSIP j .
1 I la.\e" is 'now being considered !< : -- Ai> deselected |

Best-Service to" the East :3 BY THE GOSSIPER. J I{J I some: "dry" sections.. of the state. I p tp pA 0 elOe e.OOeOOOe 400 000te-eN OItINN h

J.pnJnekoooD"m.! .. ... ... .. ... .:./Ia111111/11li1111N111111N1IINIIN/1111111111............"........."'........................'..t I *< :
t i Palmetto Limited. !I .\rrh..Ma\"ltnnah.. .. ....... .11 1.Eu.m.-\n.lI1. The fire this morning furnsh.;: i : help used
One settled by the city I"
. question
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:)
.. Augusta > p.m. strong illustration of the need of I Whats the
Coaches, \ C'harl.' : all til
i DAILY. Carrying through "toii 4.27 p.lI1. hall bench congress )'esterda-tbf'I: with
KH-limontl: 4;:}'a.ut.I'nshington.'UtHa.m.: good volunteer fire department in every I .
Electric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room \ city jail should! be moved. II ChefSummer
Cars. Jacksonville to I I P.attltuor- .. .... .. t>.1"11.111. *:M. > I city; the size of Daytona. In Z finest
Dining
Sleepers tt'. Phi!tad-Iphhl..ll..snan.. ; ) such disasters everybody is wills: .
New York. x New York.... .:....I.JOI..m. It will be in order now to post a I II Iof .
to help to the full extent of po.ss.; "
.... sign: in the rear of the postoffice : ......
New York and Florida Special. Dally Kxcf-pt: t Sunday. No.f bilities and it was only the vain;; iUse ..
{f Ij-avtJacksonvlllf._............... .... l.Mp.m. bijtlding! ] the sign to read "Every
; train de Lux
Description of this! p>lmlnr \ Hnvannah ............. ....... 5.*' p.m. work of the neighbors, friends and I
Pullman 'ritwlngBoom.
This train consists! of J'hnrlfhton... .. .. ... .. H.25 p.m. body Welcome. j spending your time sweating over a
that sived Mr.
1.1- citizens .MaleyVbouse
t4tateRoont.t+l 'rping.IUuingand Arrive Richmond ... .. .. . .... ".iti a.m. I ..t.r../e/
t>rary-Or> Tvatlon >our. 11..11..1 f'.I..rllk..lln.1 liy stiini.! Wa.hlnjrton::..:.:..::.:.:.:....M.25 a.m. i ** > and the remaining buildin: ; .- hot stove these hot days trying to get .
with the n w high-! >
equipped Baltltnor,,,, .,.,
.. ll.7n.m. The crowds which listened the
it brilliantly, Bw-clal" lights lighted Hntf throughout: provided liyl for-etrlcfly nth- .. \.t, riillad'-lphta. ....: .... 1.1 i p.tii.Nrw to I I oil his property. Probably alla.. the family ironing done on time when r.
H. concerts ghen by the Uncle Xfke .
York. JVnn. K. I
\ beei
\ that could have :
accomplished
comfort In writingor
nffordlne perfect f I
berth !l'ttn.,'.'h A\P., :y.'d !St.\ .. II.5.p.m.l..ave I you can buy an .
at night. band: the two days and the
for reading past a-rouiplisb by an o.-gjnized: aidthoroughly : .
1 Jacksonville ............. A.lia.nt.Arrit'r ) pleased comments about the musics I I .
Florida and West Indian Limited. { "1I\'IlIIual1.. ............... I I 11.11I.lhnhlri drilled: volunteer I rn department .
".. .\ ... ......... .. Pu 1'.11I. furnished, in a measure evidence ofwhit but in otLer; i.'cuiistai: : ".-sHJ AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRON .
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches!=, .. .harl.'ton...... .. .. .. .I"I.m. an attraction a good band i a
Kicliniond. a.li'a.lii. organized: rono..k>n;; under tii I"I .
Electric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Boom fc ...... .. . .
Washington """ .m.I would! be in Daytona during the win I dirt',tkn of a recoirni/ed he.d w-i3 i
j .. Jacksonvilleto I 11:111imorr1 .lo.ii2n.ni: FOR 1
Sleeping Cars Dining Car .. I
mouths. of real
\v. Phitadrlphia..Iiwtp.ni.l ter As a means: entertainment i be able to accomplish! : more. The I .
New York. New York. ... ... .... \Jt|i.ni there is nothing which I .
facts brought cut at the annual metn .
1.P'f" quite: equals a good b u.d and an i iI of the fire: .
Coast Line Florida Mail. Jack-on vllle 7.33 p.m. I : Usiycona depattment .

1 DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches Arrive.,.. (siivnnnnb"hn rlt.'ton.' .. . ........ .I!?i:!i.u""5 a.m........ I'! ..: rly start with push behind the I that: the interest :a thf or.ianizatioii. .. White( Hc!|
I and Electric-Lighted Drawing J Room I! lU-Ilinon.: .. V'p..... ...0. enieul would insure the city a I II has been .towt':: to l.i.. and tha; $375 rr
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Wi hlnst P.>'
Sleeping Cars. Jacksonville to New York, ... B mitrtnurr: .m. .".... ...... 1.1.: yt.llI....... I I band for next winter.It i is worth iiiany per 'rtns till not know who a:>- I B *
\V. Philadelphia .... ::.!' a.m. I try: i.ig;; lor, aayway. . : I'"
I Stops at Meal Station l :. Nt-w: York.. .. . T.Ila.m.: : : I m.-mbers of the fire fishtint; : ; britad i *>
Local Sleeper Jacksonville to Savannah. .. ... "
: : : I..ir' ilt-ploral I b!e 011"-'; Let us K( .

.1111111 IUI!! I'I' Best Trains to the West. The committee now working to .-.-- i ...v.il: for more ,.,1: h !.---'i.-v :as th!: ..

i T cure the necessary funds, to l h. i i:1.: : in.Jhi.T: -lu.r'iil.!:; to t i-x.ve !It..r- 9 These are the Standard Laundry Irons and area .1 .........1 1IT 1T

1 No. 82. 1 South Atlantic Limited N". %;. !! ::San,7.V.! :,: Monliomery Route .-,:Num..nd'i* i Aviator ilcCurdy here for a s-rii-s. : .<; .11 the: fire d"ptnii: : "-i:I'. !IM.T I' u:. '
for sale
-- I exhibition flight the last .teek >h ijisv(: at or.and make! t: ihr- ::11' +! I by ..ca '.5.1

s.151pnt 11.\ JIH'k"'UI1'III.r ...ti,,1'11I' I M 1tJltl1. I.,. .11I..II.III.\r ;.II1..m: March, has .sec-urtd. an extt'iision of. tor. citieof: tli: .-./". .
6.55aut .\tlllntll I.,' I"'.::>:. I"U ".:" '''II Ar 1""I"IJI"r:: I." II.y J.m .
8.fOpmr.. ."OUh'III.'. Ins i":.'tint I I:.ltll'lll .\r Bi rlllill_h.111 I.c :C...' pmI time for the work auts iii.ikiu: :_ ---- .
i 1.06ant .Ir ttniuutll.iliv ln '.IUIIIII. I i.1'pus: : 'i'Ar Na.htII.: : 1.t M.iam1.1uaui I effort to .'. ,.:-h monk tll I The Schantz Electric Ice r! :
H.t:) pn1 \r ..'111<"1 11 1111 tI Lv. 4J iaul : :: 1r .:.:.a.vili.: I.v: :tN.nm: every get }( > DROP 1,1 PRICE Of EGOS 6I ; .
1.108111 .lr. .'hkll o. .1., tiJ ill pmt 'I ;'.11'11m Ar4t.Luui, .ln.' t..". pm 1 have the attraction brou.;ht h' ,'j I .
'I i .z\4lun\ I.\r C'hkl'.!". ...1., 1i.'I'pan I ] .
The claim advanced
in .
some quirt r-
I BUTTER ALSO (O Hi I DECLI f. and Water Co. ":
I! that the aviation exhibition will Jlf.f ,
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1 No. 11-1. Dixie Flyer Route !! No. \1.1.8.25pm No. !<:. Seminole Limited No. 9t. i I .1 I
I he l any benefit to the bu&iueos iu'nand .
1- .
I citizens is a mistaken one as; =I3ag Hee "OODHGNH oNMoea..OM"; e oaoell.ell.eoeeoesooe
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I. JII\oO\'IIIo.\; \rl T:"nlllIO. : ,4.P' 'I.m I.,' .Jnck. ; 'omlll.' .\r ;..eo.nmi DOWNWARD COURSE IN PRICE _
pm Ar..1vavero., ..I., a.11I11I1I 11I.1i: 1'11I .\r" .V8vrro", ..1., i..Hant' every business interest in the citj .
7 ..1811I .\r...... .\tlallta .Lv ".tlIJlIII i I .:' unt \r \11,111" .. ...1.' I.'nm: .
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5.46pill .1r.vul..tlb: I.,, ';.t.wn ': '"1IIr.' . Jlrmlnglialll: la is bound to be benefitted by any kir.dof OF PRODUCTS SHOWN ON MAR
8.411&111r..... C'hkuj. .I.v n.:+'I'III f .I.HIII, \r ..... C'h""Io." :" .. ...I.a, \I.I'lpmf \.UII'IIII' an attraction which= will bring public ....... ..
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r f.2D.11I Ar. Mt. li.ut. I..I "J.i JIIII t I .':"am \r..t"'t. I4.ui! ...\' 11U IJ"II : .e.Qe..Geoo..oo..e.-I: .
I attention to the town. Aside-: from i j KETS OF SEVERAL OF THE .

For Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or Write the opportunity given the city for i iI 'f LARGE CITIES. ..
having itself advertised in all the' Southern !
A. W. FRITOT. Division Pas;. Att. W. D. STARK Traveling Pass Att. I Railway ..

133 WEST BAY STREET . . . JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I newspapers in the country :it will i iI lJEX'EIleb.. l': -The prictui.. r ._
have the effect of holding in Daytonaa : .
I Ii
I provisions took sharp drop h.l':
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great many people who would beim'IIIE.d I .
this week eggs beng: quot<-i at I IT- .. .....r
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[ to leave at that time to se-
Seminole Limited Steamers U.S.A. to :' *c. Pork products and butte: i 41
the races: in Jacksonville or the Pence i i
I I 4 == Fast Vestibule Trains Daily ==
11I I SOLID TRAIN lie Leon celebration: in St. : have ato taken sharp declines.ATLANTA. ....G....
:
. .Electric Lighted i Throughout.i AND- -_ Constitution I As long as the tourists \Ugt:1Itine.1; I I I FROMJACKSONVILLE I II ..

I tOWn they are LI :iid! to sp t-Ild nu ne:> 1 I Ga.. Feb. ii::-The prli.-: .- .

.] 'ItoO\S CfMH ,j jI are now running betweenDAYTONA I and the more ente\ainment: furnishedthe of eggs; U lower here at this; tliu; .- I I Ii ..

visitors the mo.-e satisfied: they than it has been for several yars.. .

1 will be with the city.: Such an exhibition I Butter:" is i also low or in !JU-ILV. E::.!!- ..

and will least ,now that the "The Florida 7:40: a. m.1 .
II II'I at are now queued ;!t !r T> '0 iv- i Special--------- { .
I PALM BEACH i hu-iUt'ss'i! men of Da. lOa are alive:'
q 0 "The Southeastern Limited" 9:00: a. m. t r
I 4f tq0I P and retdy: to furnish the "" inter v:.--1 1'1-rryitl'it Ftb. I I-:.-Tii. \11':..,. I 1'1I. I I :: SOllt.hcrn' I i : Strata rk

_ itoiv with amusement while they r.-I I t'iat(1 p' U-; ry :..i'i! : f h. .. t "The Florida Limited" S-05: p. m. Ii .

CHICAGO A ST. LOUIS Leaving Tuesdays Daytona at 8:00 Saturdays and main in: towu. It is the (.i\ i itduty. oj,I, t<,.1..i.. 1 H: ::_- .11': .j! : . i .' 1i I17 l I-. ') "The Atlanta-Jacksonville Special" - 8:50: p. 1 ..
: a. m. m'l .
: cry lusiue.---i man and citizen: ; in:, I '- i SI .
I AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. bound South.
j'aytoiia: to lead all pos; ;tile\ n; U'.I"j S ba
I OliMTMltiol! roiiinirtin: lit nod 1041.,1'-| Leaving Palm Beach Saturdaysand I I I
I in.vt'inIn.li. ,\ , I Iurr.l. I'mini:: <'nr.J.v. : 1 Tuesdays at 9:00: a. m. ............ }I.I TWO ENGINEMEN KILLEDi Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cats to Atlanta. A'!hiuU\ Cincinnati: ti i ..

Ar.1'111: .J::rkM.'n 'AI\'II1' >"::::1 ii!:> 1.tn.R'|:: r.: ; bound North. I I I i .'. | Chicago. Cleveland. Colorado SpringDetroit., Louts ,ill! tit i Sc York.SOUTHERN . .. ,
Ar. 1 t 1 1.,111.'' 7 '-' '". III. County opticn is air of the 1 iniwruM'ions I i I ( I \I i.NOKT.I I:. IV! I Ii r. "l lr
i 1'11110'" I.' "I I I r'n j .
Kor i- -rr.- l\atoI'! l- 111,11'.1rOI.d I [- with which ti.e .
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!piicj problems .
1 tU-k. t h :"ddl'!i -- proprietor E..':.:.1.! .-: /.n! W.-icii: ..' .1 j F.i--ii':.' 3V .

.. I'."II.'.d.I't.rvrti.Flortd. Am.. .1.! !. U "!I.. ,\ .Ii"!! .. K.I.; !I REPUBLICDAYTONA lions: of* of this large state hotels have: :n to some contend.sec- I t tI I I 1.1:.:.. ,,,1.. 1,1.1(, : tt 'i;.. :, . .1! ;.1.1I I.': i : RAILWAY DINING: CARS I .Q.re.a
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I 1:0.. :i otl"'I! A r. 1.111" i .1 fl'. ._...I II
\l I'I I'll"" 1" t \\ 't and! so long as the county option' law 0 _ --- --
C'i- ei.tIll ...r.r.r.
the u
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;ii :in effect ;la Florida: the large -I .
t AND I ." I 11t:.tr Sprlni) : ; City th.Ill<''rIlu; !.. .
hotels; in the "dr sections cannot
'Ccug : ) Florida .
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IFO---.c. 1 City Ticket Office. 108 West Bay Street. Jacksonville.
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i I I ST. AUGUSTINE hop.to' compete with the same clas .

g The Attractive Way I .Irl\ in Kin""J..i': \ of hotels in '''t>t'' eommun:ties. In- I Feb. 15 In American History. 5. ; \- I MM( t i K I' ;" 1 I I ..

-:t.uuafter instance fan be filed 1S03-Destruction of the mptlvp Unite .. "'

McCOY BROTHERS where tourists have come into Florida! l States frigate Philadelphia illi :. \:'< ,.L1at. ,
... ... Efi4 fltltJ@ 3.a.
-041st o esao a.ota oa0 MO o.o I* ,
I i the hart: ")r of Tripoli| by a tidy< "fpirketl I.
I North and West and secured; accommodation: at well.idvertised : .
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I! men from the Americanfleet. v
tr hotels only to leave immtiHatfly -
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o after learning the hotelsare .
Limited I 1Sss-D. II. Locke, writer of hum ir --------1 ...B.rr.rror
: 0 South Atlantic I STEAMERS I II located in "dry" territory. It has tinder the name of I'etruk-uui VNnl.y. .

} b'--n suggested! that a good thingtor I
; died: burn ls>4.
: 11 Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. I Uncle Sam and the state of Florida: to consider I ISO$-The United States haW"j'! :; i STEAMER SWAN I Ii
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A solid through train daily I \\('Hid be a clungein the! eoatittl-: Maine: wrtn-Utnl by a mysteri.'U-;- r ccaj

For Cincinnati & Louisville Cherokee tioll by which the lurg.-st: !hotels. I'lnti-m' > 5a the harht-r of HMV.-M..I! : : I .

Through electric lighted sleepers 0 .: ,.. I tlioabove;; a tertain; ,'ap 1l'ty.'ould: :2 lInkers! and 2 4 of the crew I l"-=t i LENGTH 150 FEET 281 TONS. I Ii .. THE

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0 their lives.IS -
To & Grand Rapids 1- !It fell\M"I l-e i--jntUd: ; to serve liquor to their
I Indianapolis ; ?:*-original! modeN!. and pattern i !* "f : : Fresh m. .
Ih -u!! <;t'o the law being made strlnseutKOIII : v.'Ith excellent accommodations and service: li 1t.;:,' by
t h the United States battleship! Maine! i i ; .
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Tomoka I II destroyed by tire at the Brooklyn electricity and capacity for sixty cabin pasc'is tiers .
: Dixie FlyerLeaves l or tli.rule by which gnc U9 only Ii
navy yard. betweenDAYTONA r
operated
f _ oo hall !I.., served would be suffi. lent i now being .
I 1004 Mark A. Hanna United States .........
; Jacksonville 8:25 pm. 'a use' for having the license revoked senator from Ohio died; burn 1S=..

: 11 A solid through train daily I River i for good. The principal busings: of i iI I -

tl1<-' state of Florida -omes front the ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. I anBEACH
: For ChicagoMontgomery Ii -+-....e
tourist trade during the winter I (From noon today: to noon tomorrow.! :
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u months and every effort should be San sets 5:30.:: rises 6:47; moon rises: PALM ..
t and Sat- :
i Route Every Tuesday made by the business J people" of the SOS p. Ill.j .
i nI iurdayln .
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II Drawing room sleeper daily [U UU J .. - -= I IE. C. TIME I TABLE I .

For Evansville & St. Louis \2 i I IN: EFFECT JAM AK> g. "III and Intermediate Points. through the Picturtb .;" HaHn!; I ..

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I River Route. e.
i \.J.i' .. and Indian :
0r Dining Carson all trains NLETAND -..I Iii BorMKf: A' i i">uxr Its 11. Itrn :
8:00 m. I
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Daytona
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i; For full particulars address .1' NT I' WO :ta'tt. :t ::4 :i.S I II ! Leave Palm Beach Mondays 3 00 an !, ....C.G.
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T B. WALKER Fla. Pass. AgentLouisville&Nashville i NEW S lYRNA I I 1'I'- ': r-. : Ja.kso"U... -: I of I -- e .
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U '; :;::i .1 q'' .:: ;",;:. :1 i I. :- I":. i :St..kmnod August,ncItavtona ... .. ., :. i ii. Q I -:" TI "F'T""D: STATE. .''. : i .

o i.- ,f : ::\\J', i Ir5)!> ;L' l''j 1'' 1 Ii'; I II iII ': .

and Fri- I .. ',.:" .: :tt I'. ..n"- :-Ji.ti."' > i 'i..l.'I!' .i' ii:'p I' .P.aaltk..h R..ckkdc. .: 'i It' I I !' ASK. MR. FOSTKR! ;:I} ..
: Every Monday I I .
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1 '0 "" : ;Ma! :!t -t I : "I' I I' ,3p Miami .
t t Railroad day in January : I II i : ... .r \r jo( :. I FACH; ST. 1)I.1 ____ :I I.. .. '

0 t Leaves Ferry Dock at 9 a. m. *. !I This schedule is published as a matter of news *o re-uiers of I; 9 8 :!I -Oi'LRATLL'-BY-THL! -GLi.r'-, COAST TRANSPUT. fATION;( ((V.v.rA: >'Y 0, ..

/ O 118 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE Q 1 L. E. ELLEN WOOD Mgr.; I i the Daily News and no..t- :nr: iI I II : -- ---- I .o....,.a._ _

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--.....,;.ti" C"ri .....Q.ONNM.ON.ONN.1N.......oiN..NOi91N00g I I the senator's bow and arrow by :...................................................:

t. f1niN
( \ i Good Chief Collins, but there came a .
: t I j HOTEL CLARENDON :
i
DESPLAND
.... r HOTEL day when little clouds floating oerthe

l" NEWS OF THE HOTELSThe .
Is. The best kinds E foct hills teemed to tell the SEABREEZE
of : ii'f:
market. : Daytona Florida : senator that it were better!. that he I : FLORIDA J

t'- : ijJ go lest> he stay fore\er j "' . .

r NOW OPEN Manx more days have passed and '
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Ab' II
f- guests of the Despland hote'eno'ed some moons and GlorersviTe! his : .. : .. .. iM1 :;: 1r:: , y :
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AIR a -ocial; dancing party: in .. .... ... .... ..It"'''L' J-"
; !f: i L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. : the hotel parlors Tuesday en.n'ng. kt for a time its W. II. Co!'uis, and T'i-- ':. ,, .l1P.R }r& : Rl-r: .." Fireproof f.\

s Locran f ...._ P
in f .port its Senator Magee/ and : ,.. 4f"
any condition. -
fi i Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all : Mr. and Mrs Arthur Xoble cf Pasadena as if the stars led the ways tlun Now
I Open
i ; Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern Cal. who were here recently, trails han again crossed, and C. OChatmberlm T/ :
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have greets them b j h at the
i Convenience. Send for Booklet. returned from a trip to Cuba
'. and will\ now remain for some timeat Palmetto far from the \t.l.rollla"k'] '' : Booking OWen: :
", CONCERTS DAILY. Seabreeze, Florida E. L. POTTER, President .
arage. it.. : : the Ridgt>wood. Inn. Long draughts of moon k sst'd 4 Hotel Blackstone Chicago :

lily water the bonds of eh: -
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'I' [ Summer Address ATLANTIC lIut'IXllrrnwn.tt!; : Pl" i'. Hhotlf 1 IlandTHE : reopen 1150 Broadway. New York W. S. KENNEY Manager +
.a.0........... Mrs R il Paxton and Mr. and tainship. Out into the heaxj' :load .
..e.i ....: :NNON.N@oo.o e'1..e.NO....... : .NNtte. .... .......: Mr*,. II. S. Gra>'son and chauffeur a'l} OW3 of the setni-tropical! jungle 1 II' .ids';' .-.-.-.................. ............... ..............
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.......... from \Vaftlungton Pa. motored over the noble Senator Magee and l soon lu
........... t ; @ia..@eoeeioosaioao r> :ooeoo e maasaeaaa asooac
.ooo o.e. oo.s. eoooN..N .NN owo.eo@oos from Lake Eustis Monday and spent and. Chief Collins are lost in the hazy g
I Located in the Most Beautiful |
COMPANY the night at the Ridgew od. moon shadow6 Long hoifts pas and I I Qn t rt Inn

\. RIDGEWOODE. 0 no return: not until the orb of d:.x" :I i-raraiOga Spot on the Halifax River... ... +

"fi'; a Recent arrivals at the Ridgewo&d shines bright over the eastern hoi'.- I JOHN J. McGUIRE, Proprietor. |

RESS LUMBER J *! : include Mr ;aid: Mrs Arthur Noble, Zen dn they again appl'ar."h it : INVITE INSPECTION Rooms Single or En Suite with! Bath. No better in j
;me ltd Ceitent: m Sleek D. LANGWORTHY Proprietor. WE
J .Ii Pr adena Cal James L Markle and dangers were overcome in that moonlight I I| Table ol the best of everything in season Terms as reasonable as $
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|' unil Ornn!;r \\ '. Q ...:. :
J- wife, IlRrnsbnrg Pa. 0 0 Lau hner, night none but these two know I 1 the service will permit given on application Dec 1st to May 1st Phone No. 112 H
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MALBY. Manager/; *. ? NOW OPEN. : \V J Dtirih: lttslurr} ? P J Farrell Chief Magee and Chie[ Collins toil go :ooo..........CNHNHH..R&aHece+ oaoesiaoeie.al 0 _ _

..................: and wire, .J I Farrell, :Montclair\ N .J I, back to haunts of old, feeling tint
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All departments will be managed by white Northern help ai' Henry: GoUachalk! J 11 Pier:, CaMwel' there are many braves: along the I.........................0.N......s.s..... ..N.....e

................. ,:' tI } \ J, :Mr\ It M Patton Mr and Mrs :Mowhixxk\ and that there Is still one .
selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white : t: THE BENNETT, tIt
.3 II S Gra'pon'ashin: ton I'a. .F II from Indiana '

I '1 ] help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied Powers and wife, New York Mr aid --- t .VS' 1'ONA. I.ORIDV. JN.

..w up.u| l.i,. ti! !third n-oll i;nil." t 110' II1'.. i I..I.I non' '_' i,,, 'I'I.' / :u,.1 10
!! with all the delicacies of the season cooked and served by the S :Mis\ I> M Pike, Lubte Me, Mr and BRILLAT-SAVARIN. t I IM-: piiiiii| lO'tI'' ( hu-t..te. 111, //I'II'o i n! i I. 11f.\'I.t .." Ifl' \, i 1\ i eel 'hrulII' : 'IhI" .
i 1I 111 s AV Martin; Eo ton. I II! K: HaaFcksoaulle :- 'ullll" :al" -Mip! i'KM' t'lhl.t, 1111." t1I11.,1.)" < '. a:i tlllnl.I'Ii. i !In.i Ii-. 'i _, iinil 1111111,111.., Onlnnili
Waitresses obtainable 4 t. | r.Ind: l.. Uxiition on l I'at.n t i ln.nl \'LIt"-. I ."i...1 ,1\. u '' '1',," t 1- +
: 'j finest Chefs, and kisheirner! Tribulations of the Famous French . . . ,
'jC III-"OIlI'I t -mill' ','' (lIot1 I will I I. < |i t II. iti\n. 11O"t iI.1 f Iplel.| .

::1! i Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House. Shelter Island, N. Y. 9 Epicure and Jurist. 4: Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages Marblehead\ Massachusetts. *

I r Recent arrivals at the Desplind include Drillat! 'Sa\arlu. the author of "The I N.o.........0.i.0......+e..N...i.o.i.i............0
:.................................................... airs G C Fresa ll. :M.ami Fla Physlolo of Ta!'te." was the absolute '; .

I It :Miss: Grace LnCo'eanj: Cincinnati: realization: of the typical' ;rood: I Ilin"r ............HH..HOC.eGOO..................... I

[time sweating over a .J I M Alahonej and wue. New York The TniKli revolution tonticatctl -- : '
re/ere.r........r.r.r....sr.rerrsr.ror......r.r.....I his it.it3' and removed Lieu 4 I I Ii
t i'n g THE
days to PROSPECT -
trying get M;>* A :M Lake. Miss: }F A
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f .-. FiSI1'r'l, from his,,; tee! lee as civil judsje lie tierto ,
done time Jacksonville 11i61:\ C ,
on GEORGE
when : THE PRINCE : Switzerland and then to the l"ult ''I i 109 South KidijcwooJ Ave.
trey, Me. :MiU 11 Rorabeck.! ;: Jaikonut i
States, \\here he pla.l a fiddle h inNeu i : 22 rooms-11 with baths Two. blocks from R R station and Post-oftice.
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I DAYTONA[ FLORIDA !' :e, Mrs D L Gaulden, Irs C II : York hl'akr! to pain a hi viii.; 4 It Steam Heat.

& : Campoeil. Jr. DeLand G A Krause IIi afterward! : rt:irn'"' 3
I : Hilyard Holroyd, Proprietors ; ll'uJlert:1") :! ; :F
r P. J. DOYLE
;R1C IRONry :.to Jiul dauhtl.Grand: Rapit'e.il.eh. ;.. t,> hSru. and he \\H made a cotin-t 10: 4 Proprietor :
.' e . ii I.....HCNeM.OH..eOG SOH.eee-zHO.; ...5i.ieiii.oae .
.' Conceded to be the best situated Hoteljm this section. Mrs: Isabelle II Stimjit-o:, Orikond. of the !supreme' t nirt. in .Hit"

Mr and Mrs D PIct':\ enan. dun:: to MMr" <'s>tully through; e-h.tI.e:
". i Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. : ....................... ...........o.o...............
of and kimd.nn. ni( "a'11)1 i
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f. : : Hiss: KJna MvClfllan. Xorr town, X or.ijlire :: .

: Poolroom. Orchestra Sun Parlor. : Jei's'y. olorof; TiNte: slnntl the tat' ;'. ep HOTEL SENECA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA[ *

i many: iflelirautl !h.uks.! It.1" i roO : eINFI: : : 1'1 i 'i \ \i iM.' ''' I 115 -.1-. :
Steam Heat Throughout. :
i : Recent amult- at the Oaks are: fas4-l by l several |'ul lWier and t'\ t'iI .
in Dining Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st ,' ENTIRELY NEW. .
White o ,
ir : Help Ceo K.iuifman alaI wile, Frank! X tuali.w.i. i nt iislml ut the a nth -i!iej :. .

.. Di,'kin-on Baltimore Md J L .\lJeJ..J : <*MiNe. hat without! his nam ntaihed : Albert Bennett Proprietor C. R. onlott.! Manager; :
iI r B The "rjn't't..or I''r' l> the only litmllni. In I jiMoi:a for "'t. .\iu.iMii! a i id =
: Palm Beach f to the it.work us he im-ompitible een-ieiered v\iti the"! i In-hi-; .: A Ni.,' IMi.:, .for Nil", !t' opl| |.'. Hi: I:tin inV.it. i I. vf" mi II!. t ., I t'I ,.v i. III. 1 F\. r. : I

ele: Providence R I I. 1)1' II S Kooiniiu' !, Io'l"\k, riirou! _h."I.' .vfoA, Mr. Foster
I judicial I firi-! tioiis : :

: Same Management>; as THE BRISTOL Astuiv: Paik N. J. : I Dl'tll1IIJ! Oxtord )Iib.. Mrs 11 S Milk ::- It \\as i Itnllat-Snariti: who dtslmil! ,.............o................o......................

[ Irons and are .......................a..E..aa.om..c.....re.Ir.BOp I I ;"11, M'.s!:>!s! lane' Mdliken, Miss IIa1! 1 that 111" discovery! of a new fo'wl 1 tur-> ....... ....
1. '\.llikcn.i.hda: : :: XII. Mrs. L K; m"iif I i'r Ih"' h:ip|.niss of the hal;:' I '. ...... .... ..e...0....6......$ 0a . .. o

: Uo.,1.., MK> Idi L !lloigli. .!e s">' City': race 1 thin the h>xo\er> of a lIr": II If.fANWtLLP.! proper *

.rer.rersrererororer.rereQerorerer.carererer.r.asreae :!! \ .J.J Miss I C \\' Ue V Tarr. Prou i.i .I11iii: tl'i "- oni'iM'U.r.! it tte--',"- ': NEW SEASIDE IWN, { DAYTONA EEACH. FLORIDA aS

e i ,oj 1, :II.i 't R I. Ills II XV U HIk- asked! him one ':i\'. "\\hids do"ii. I :', llus new, ,nld! "..Il.-t t ',n' ::1'1 (h. ', I l-1 .<"- ;,1st: Ken nil., ut .. u' clu mslied Jtoitlleseisilll'1011

.. i NEW 1 !'.I II \ \. Mrs 1> It Ltay. Crawford NI.1. fer. Itiir;':ni.d.v' or lutn'canx! 0 ) ) ) :,> II'eit i!L. I.pIIt'IT.1-: ; til's I ."' 'l/I-: (i.ihouag.Furnace :. *
ctric Ice !i
; ITHE GABLESQ "MidiiMi': ;:' replied t lu! j:nh '!MI:I i e i'i
I. U 0 Holland and wile l.ttMtl'r! : .. :
I: He. t Hit :aid C.: Id I/h"! ; l-luI'll': cud (; :s I I ; i's l',111 IkIFs
lawsuit: i \\h. li 1i 1 1bae
II tllllril. t'i! :it I is :a : i.:
: I Il'a.I i C II Guild and wile., XVv\' \o:k much In taUnu th" ,: Rates S2 50 per Day and tpvardVeekly Kales on Application! J
pleisiir: :
Daytona Fla. i Horace Medano\a > i so I .. 51.11 I I I "+, . \ I I. .
Co. ::1) Troadwa, : 0. : 1 """1111"1 ,. CA-id 'ij<-<* that I always |postpone| jude::: .

i .; #......w >I 1 NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY. 9s Ills I : C Long and t : ',: ;'- LOCATED. EVERY MODERN : Ill, Cco! X Rogers and wif. Wt'-t .
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HeeHM.00.:1....-. a% CONVENIENCE AND iihpton: X Y. F A Barnes, Pbiladt.-l I ..00............ .o..a..e..O. ... ..Oo.e.e.. 1
: .. TWIif I COMFORT .. .. .' rr I A LIBERTY WITH TIME.Castelar's : t I
phi i.t Pa. _
: z:. ;' 8! : I I I nTh I Ivy Lane Inn"
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: v ,. Sleam Heat Throughout Interrupted Lecture In the 4 4i : !

: : I ,.1 I. i't't : HOTEL CLARENDON. I i University of Madrid. .. .

', "!,Kr a. _' Iw !# S. H. MOSELEY, Hi*' i past' t few, days have seen art In "Home Life In Spain is a tine 4: A High Grade Hcuse, cztencg! ! to the: !west pzrticu'sr' pec le. Central location! *
< likable nuiub of the University! or1:11:\ : ]rid. ;
I n. of newcomer at story
i1wayWEST i| .'i..: : Proprietor. r : $3,CO and S4.CO per ,day' -C17.50 and higher: per week. 1
; Hotel (Mart-udon. and the season mabe > which one hid. anon ; its |'rofe$;:son; ,? 4 S
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f... .' =.::..... ............... J Th 1nichiuThouand! : l l l-laml : > that Senor Castelar who was: for a :
; |1'.l"k.: i \. 1'.. luring! stniiiii'i" ofTHE2 termed almost at i its height. TiltII1'r I ,r Open November (to May. WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor fPUKDY
I of the short Ined ='
time president : -'I'au-'
I 111. :aid: the beach are the rt.lif'l'it: 4........s.No........i..............e.........N....e
. I-h repuMie Hut when Alfmiso XII
.r.rererer.....r.rerer.r.r.r.rer.r.rerr: attractions during the morning set ----- - - -
i rerererererer .,, with through of bathers and i ii was brunsht: to :Madrid\ after the fill 4......N...O.......o....oeee..MH........000.
of the repuMie I'astelar( with hi- 'ompinions I
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ns Daily ==4 < i the on-!<>ok*'.>. .Xtt! <-rno;i> ativitiestill i .
ii .......... ..rrorer.r.r.r..ererersrrerer.l.aI.rererSI ': wail eiUnlKoine : THE SEVILLE III Prop !
,1 reign with the drums and the
i ; ,, years afterward an: amne'tywas I ... -- Florida
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bu machines that and I ____
scurry up : prod-limed :and ('a tellr returned} :

: HAMILTON : don the Leach of the great ::IO' -tulle II I In triumph to :Madrid to resume!': hH 4 GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON. I

ILLE I .. .. speedway. I!! office In the university .Vast jrntlii-r-::: :. Surrounded by Spacious Grounds. in the most delightful! part ol the City I

: New and First Class : lintel Clarendon. latent guests l ;nXX inc! attended to hear hU f first le<.ture. I I The quests receive tIe: best the market' itlord in the din!!1.4! room! and every {t
eomle and comcuieuee that a well le:,uldted hotel eau rs r C fackion. XX E Sullivan Del Laid.: : I and the greatest: orator in all > 7:40: a. m. j i mounted IV looked HSCIIMKMOOoa..MO.... s 000orer
rostrum! Impt'rI; I .oee..8C4oeee.Mft
D (l' i Martin. It II MiliUwj! !la''U H
led" 9:00: a. m. j r. 1ih.Mr: and Mrs C II !erkn!>. FM.I turluhh: at the si: of eager faces -urrociw ----- - ---- ---

Electric Iklls : !:n;.:: hi... !ml i |MCIII. ".\.. I was .rOrOr.oOrOrir0a0"r af0Et0At:3ke000e1iOt3EacIi11 zIe t
: Steam Heat Electric Lights il 1 1'i rk.n i:=s and .
8.05: m. c'tyig '!t'er" (C'"mt) def r-ia i:i !
J ye-tot flyer. :
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DAYTONA. "LA. i L'J ut!:i t.\ it'iin: ,C' M
F'f> \s Cornwall IliuiMi '
8:50: m. I : flcgant; Rooms, with or vv'ithout1IlathsMRS. : : /r.lnhIt: on :,< I>t\rcen thsterdt.x.' null I t'isd : The Cleveland I n'tII, :.'. ,:. 1, I t.ti ::,,I'd 1 tai'le 2 Il
Reese
1 \arri
p. > : :: : y Le Lad f .i:.'lit the '):tttlfO of Ihl't , ,
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It '111.1 1 t t <" i'i lt.t t t. ni In:it and .
C II I ' ."." \v./ J. V. )! j1"Untiii \, r > CN .
0it :1'er.: ( I. : ili nf.ure. Vj aid: fallen republic" :oral ht.llm"\\,11 tin lit wl1 Prop.
i K. iMcii
1 ItJ ts 'a'I' 1,1 \'t.s
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I I'; 'I i it! i.iiUn'ii: !' .. Le<. Lian,.is i: torness of years: in f'\iI... All lIu'm'.ry ,
: i IC.SE...iUe>tsve.la.a.g058 ..K8.5WOMca.aQCG .seer t
: .. I. M. MABBETTE, Proprietor 't.. 'itof

|!,.i \shville Cincinnati 9 D i Phil'! ! ; < Ca telar. hid a r'd| n',m I.i ... ,'"' } w
':: Il.h': C.: o .1 i Co Ii : i : '> 1'' baCtst'4CSt uNE .,i! .1 ef y8. 0G9>f 110P ei +..3y3795+43 y 3CdOC 3' t

"vnvlle and New York. SNINQ : Palmetto Avenue E\'TON. .1.FLOIID:1 Q'c 'i t .11111"< l<', lolHi I: 111 I !.,..:-I. .i i fensor of MH'IIMS': university aid lie 0: b e I I ti _

:..1'. :". 111.: .. LJ \a::d _X PJ-i: j n r. .'._. contiaawl his I l.itiin- at the very' paint :E THE AUSTIN P .
-- at \rlueh it h:id I tarn: : I hr.'k', n nit: b g i '
.m.E0> K ::,,11 H Vi! T. New Lo::d], II. 'Hall.: Tl
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CARS i --- --- --- ----, --- --- 1'r' i .'nl Mi- I Hr.lr.? : 11i; :lle.tj.i.; .,. No DifTerence.Jack i OVERLOOKING I THE HALIFAX CAilONA: FLORIDA .
----- ----- - :' ... --:My darling.; I \\ant to tt.li you i I :

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BRAVE HUNTERS REUNITEDIN am not rich lent utterly |K'iinih'-s; S Electric 1 L:&hts and Call Eells Steam Heat Hot and Co'd Water lh I I x
Jacksonville Florida HOTEL : I
I : : THIS SUNNY CLIMATE. ;, Will It make am diffenwe to joii'- 000.N0.sl..N! tFi.t! i..lbtf i.OA.N IF..O tI1.a 000y 1 I'' '-

: Florida : Itbpl-Xut th," '-lirrhtest. Ja< k. .:: 7C
Henry Proprietor Main; days ago;: u lit'n the snow n: d i
i i I illr. Kin 1 am so clad: diirestr: <> '--i- C
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+ '= J : Situated on the bank ol the Halifax; Ri\er: one mile !from Atlantic : uri'I'd sad: thc li\v were uaiu il :t' r'4italo t.iiilQllfie.i9ltii0.it1a64.Ct e 09i'IwCBQP.tti04. it I I! t

000. .. Ocean. It has httv rooms. single, en suite or with bath Sleeping rooms I klHdlr t /gentleman Senator Mauee iliul >' quite sure it will! make no ,liff.'r"'J..p :
are large airy. and nearly all have sunny exposure The cuisine and !service to you?" :i ti1NS. U..1. Ci( \H 1INGS.1( E -

: is admirable Rates. $<3.00 per day and up;j; Special: rates tor Unuhes : ..ma. left his houie and lenethcn.: d Qnfte ur I ran" mnrry old Mr.Mrlnt'yleaga.I..nid : I THE PINES I'r, r'l":r l'v. t'
II.> trail.:1 Ulit.l it readied to 'the .
D I
-O.4- on application.
: Standnrdj :
: I Ile'd. !"i rful. f(.iOt hill oi the .\dirolld"fit ','--:>! ; n \ An attractive Modern Hotel. TaLle ard service under direct I
..........r. .......m..5D..e..E.> ........ .IC 1
\\ if C. (). Chauiberiin of th !1'.1- -- --- I 9 supervision cl the proprietress. Ii 3j I

11 i I-I!io a hotel rete'\ex' his\ Cl"! :-f- :, .. ..,.,.................... :I 338 South' Ridgewcod Avenue, DAYTONA. FLORIDA 1 r ,

.S.5..0..j ::i c \.li-ondII'k!: Inn The ::od -. ..:' I i .. , 'j ;,.. : i 1
WANii ..............r.......r.r.r.8...... .' 1 I.r.IhI.i d ia the fur i LaJ":1I: I.1 1i ',' r New Bungalow on I I : : : I ,

t 09 .5455. tloet eo -:.0G.C OHe"HM4C."eoc i l
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: 113* SouthjRid ewood Avenue. : .1:i.t.i and f. ;' '::.11 lu had ju-t I blul I iI
4 Rid ewood Ave.
i m MAGNOLIA .
: [LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. : II .: that many tll..t| : and ]is .< :. J 4!ftThe t,
II Iu l '
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\\ere' ei.- hij I'p fr in !'i J.
: Fresh mZk, vegetables and fruit on the place. Furnace heat.t&. RATES: S2.CO per o : :, i Siv! : r, Ri::it next: sta- *
|;er\nc lighted by :.iO\\ hawk \"anlIDle that good 11I,11: :, The WillinerV The OSBORNE 1 ..Y
-:1.1 floor north :
: ot
day and up,:$12.00 per week and-up. : i 11 i '1.' : .
iin passengers : XX, it. Col!:is: of Clovers;\ vile! at:, I'J': Hotel 1 Lot aSxlOO .
!:I \N II I A. OSiOKNr) PropRoo ,
: MRS. CELESTEI! HINKS, Proprietress. : in the days of old when two c.:..c -
Iween '
i \l.lId'nIP: I '! I< i MS Ollly Modern Convcnien I "=;
l"-1.: : $
ln,,'*. the bond of new' : :.. .. 100 Bearing! Oranges, Grape. *
. . . .r.r.r.r.r.rN iuquittli t-.I.cllt.Jt:: T :Me:: 30... 75c. and -100 1 day
iI ..rer.rerea.r.r.r........ r.r r r r r r r fruit t 1 jer I #
:p/ was ,="al..d] ba' draft of -', i I\ t and Tangerine!! trees, Kate:, Mi'derate 250 to J600 per eek Ia I ;

ii I --- I:n-:;, "pr'lI i :: w ;p.'r. Man\ u..:.>. T .. 4 also Garage. 43N Steam Heated J Ke,<',n, 11 Orange Ave I ..--I8-
and 312 S o. Palmetto I Ave Daytona t Fla. t f rl
hlllf'Y: I hlll.! '- T. _t th.! .I r, ;lrJ;, \.arse Ml t I.J'1 -- .f
eH...........Nro.Oro..roN.................O...i! j APPLY PREMISES: : l
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CITY HOTELDAYTONA. ; : .-.-.-.-- -...-..-...-.-.-.-.-.-.- .......es0.............- e.-.-.-u-1.-.-.-.-.- '
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FLORIDA. : i NEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL and COTTAGES f ji I '

I i American Plan Always open New Ownership and Management 0 CAPACITY 230 ROCKLEDGE. FLORIDA j
Renovated and EnlargedManagement Good Service i .tin 'h'. I ..I 11,. 1:.', .o.:', I.! i..H! "._ ',1 i ,' ,!' _,I.,' I I'i'! ,. I 11' \ M.l \ .." < : : ;: .
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Halifax '.I.E.-: -. ' //I I. i ", t.\ -II: I :ith, ,_ '!: I h II./ 01" 9M ,
Picturesque : H. C. F. DOHM .1 j .,, .. . ,. . < II i,
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c. O.N......N....e+N N..O.N S e.N... e I jI i F.\!: \' II ;1F..i 1 :i !.I I' t-, '-\'I..t\I '! I-.\.L'I"r'I f: | i i\ :"'..: i 1\ J ]: l I..k'Mr.I Foster Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Abrams Props. J
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+il 1 i e THE PALMETTO : HOTEL INDIAN RIVER j 'I I Il; () \.I S__ U.\. 'V'I'/tNA. FLOUIH.\.I i

< rl 'R ROCKLEDCE, FLORIDA Hotel: I ban! River Co Prop r"I \
-- Well DAYTONA FLORIDA '
1 .J ;i| Known and Popular I I:11:I \I Mil M 111111. .l'i .",
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l 1'ONA.URTATiON. : S Overlooking the Beautiful Halifax River S 1;: ., "'iii''-"I n.:1' .:.I I :: . .. ,. :.I.;!,: ;. ::'_.. ,. ., 1 i : .-|t; I:",-.' ., el.I! 1 1..1! <:,:. ,: .' i : : E: is:\'i:NINf : k

A Hom.hkaIlJ Co ortabk: House. Fist Cli- ::JH Re"r.t-. : P,'rt. ,'T " ,:.., :: : . ...: ..' \%11'Lt ,s' f! t (,I I'l.RI .?."M, I J \-III'II-IU"" -
COMPANY : 0t \ All:R t i..r'' i'. ". : - 1" i.i I.<' \: TU l :! .1 II I:' *, UI"IIJ
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C. O. CHAMBERLIN. \. .. _-. 'I ; :; I' : .::1\1\ '. :, .i, :: ,, ; ... '
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Page Six THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS

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r Salads. Long and Short. ONE MAN HOLDS 500 JOBS. ORbSOND-ON-THE-HALIFgx?
"What's nil this trouble about the I T I ...fl lORE

irIllltll I Shredded pistachio nuts-the kind long and short haul demanded the Is Border Line Organizer and Clerk of ,. O.'MOVDls-: S miles

that come 'd-Improve the appearance secretary of the woman's club. Corporations. n. :I'of Daytona, I .
1 ,s ns well as the flavor' of the apple "It's this way," explained the treas: Performing the duties of rwsn: otfcfs i I.-M! on the west Dnve ,,
; - nnd celery salad If a dozen are sprinkled urer. "Some dressmakers!; say n train ''bone individual: may seem i-: easy i 'f Halifax! : : ). EVSPECIAL
over the top. ought to be six feet in length. Others task, but that Is Just tv'iat ic: ;'recontntire I ." "J location ( tir

In making salads do not chop :your say three feet Is (enough.! Washington Elect Horace Mitchell &I' I. n permitso Slraif
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:. and DAYTONA meats and celery In a chopping bowl. Herald. Klttery.: : (>.. d(>e<4. He I Is the char .Inugtiandt '
: CHAS. F.BUROMAN. BEACH, two enterprising and DAYTONA Cut Into t the desired sized pieces with officeholder} the (i'tne'I'rct' Star. I inltatlon; *0,
pion tJ- .cvntlon; U su- : I
the Hali-
progressive towns on scissors. This is quicker neater and and School. offices I &
fax Peninsula, are geographicallyone BEACH College These offices are not all fIn"II| rb nnd ideal for Ormond
cleaner than the old I :
although incorporated as sepa- : way. but are tbov bestowed, by corporations -int-r homes. A
THE rate municipalities. The towns par- PHARMACYJames : For delicious cheese} balls for the Every pupil in the public schools of for !]I'. M.tciell.: who has vide bridge con- and trrnfrwdrirp {
allel the peninsula north and south ; salad course"select: ( a dry cream cheese. Cleveland must have 1.SOO cubic feet taken advants'-.re trf tic; location on the ':cts Ormond with o'r that Dt'wIOU
REAL for a distance of from three and one- F. Dobbin moisten It with olive oil nnd (cream of fresh nlr etu-h hour. border line between Maine nnd New ')nuond 15,-ach. t'lull euunr., houlit'Iuile, 'Ullt !.iII 1 CONTESTANTill i
ESTATE half to four miles, and extend east Proprietor mix with it minced parsley: !salt, Every member of the senior class of in the organlz.1- Many fine homes I am now 111.111 r,
IIamp< 5hir u encase; 5toPPIDI
BEACH
BAYTOXA!
and west from the surging seas of and and form in balls. 'maintained on Jut HcrosH the ?! !
paprika sugar of must have n
the University: Chicago the :Maine
MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything UsuallyCarried I tlon of <"->n'orations under lih-T l side of theth''r lit BKKTTOS ttjj '
River, the beautiful tide water In a First mustache l before he I Is graduated, according !law, I is the cleric! of over 5 FOR stream that sets them apart from Class Drug Store Sporting Notes. to a decree of the class. not to mention at least half a ," by sub.

Daytona with which they have close Our Prescription I Columbia University! according to (oxen public afnVes' that are hi. tropical flora and GJ
SEABREEZEEMANSOPm communion by means of three Department In everyRespect Is Complete McKinney champion trotting: sire i the official catalogue, ranks! first In I' .rubbery, besides I "'-\1.1. ON
DOUSE bridges, as well as a.half-hour ferry 'I has thirteen performers in C the 2:10 Volnt of registration among American! Ihs Poor Poets. hrlfty orange and Olt WR1TK ToIACON I PROVES AI
service. universities' nnd colleges, for in thepresent -roots "re l hard, not made. I I other citrus fruit
Phone 117SONNTAG and Beach are Phone 192 list.John of them could provean trees. EACH!
Seabreeze Daytona "I guess !some! AND
studentsIre
McCirnw\ ; is "coming: 11:1: <'1The: academic year 7,429 1
essentially summer and winter resorts alibi."-New York l"n'Ss. I Ormond has many
New York manager says he will playIn taking courses In the institution.
excellent l. .
attractions
j and are making hundreds of WINNER
of the earlier :.IWt.>S. THORNTONORMOND
new friends every year among those I BRANCHNICHOLSON many I automoblllng I
f who desire to escape the discomforting & Foot racing Is popular in South African xood fishing safe ('"nl"8--I(8
extremes of heat and cold, and I sport. The UN\ yard dash between lioitlng! and many tecurtng ott
INVESTMENTCOMPANY their hotels and boarding housesare Donaldson and Walker drew FREE VOTING COUPON. I :>l.'rtsant! drives >1)0' is ANY WAY larity Contest j
At Ormond Beach
receiving splendid patron-
now :
FEED AND LIVERY 20.000 spectators.Battling INTERESTED:
of prizes' areThe
age from the most discriminatingclass located the large IN
of tourists. STABLE Nelson is planning a trip This:; is a separate vote from the nominating' coupon. As .lotel 1 Ormond, and OKMOSDORRMOSI PROPERTY (tai tot
itself with its marvelous around the world. lIe will box in to lesser sister, the
The ocean All Orders Given be in eich! week for easy contestant as can be ( II BEACH ing as a apeto
j Russia anti well many may sent :
Desirable beach, hard as macadam and Prompt Attention China : Japan ns! ns!' 'In-tton Inn. The It.. will Give theon .
I TOOT
Locations: in smooth as a floor, is the greatest attraction Careful Drivers In nil the English speaking countries. collected. ornicr occupies a Business! Prompt larger numl-
although earth, air and sky 'os It ion overlook- ,
ofSeabreeze FauilUur wltli KoudiE. AttentionORMOND
part
any seem to have entered into a combi- I ln= the Halifax,and t. 3, and this :|
nation to enhance its every charm. Tales of Cities. 1 the Litter has as Its on the piano
The beach is the famous automobilerace BRANCHReal utlook the magnl1unt -
course where every world's A.Estate AieulBfBch I Chicago has thirty-three church organizations This coupon entitle; ............. ............................. .............. I beach and the JA CARNUill test Anyone has> a d fit i
Offices: Evansvllle, straightaway record has been made, Cottagesa engaged In outride work broiul Atlantic. .
Indiana nnd and I
Ron breeze, Florida and all these records it continues to bjiecla.tyFITZGERALD for the social nnd moral developmentof Besides th- hro d, FLA. | now trymay
hold without rivalr. I the community.The I ......... .......... ...... ........ ..... .......................... ..........to 10 vote; :n smooth! each there Manufacturer be put i'
The beach has a width of 300 to growth of the German city of I .r'- many drives! for Pure Home-Made kins' or sent

L.Z. BURDICK 500 hours feet after and until can be two used hours from before two SELD fN'S I Frankfort, now otllcially estimated at !! The Gizette-Ne.v Pop thrity contest. Thi coupon Tiut::: be in i .rri.igcs. around and auton.olllee Or-- GUAVA JHUMARMALADES Miss i Pay

CONTRACTORand high tide, thus giving; an average of I YTOYA BEACH 4<( JOOtl, has l>een as!' rapid: for the last ;! office by Thurs lay, :> P. :\\1. of eac'i week. mond-drives to and News office
BUILDERCCttaresaMpeclalty seven or eight hours: for automobil- twenty years as that of any of our j II through nrovs ofolden TROPiCAL AND) Cotes wIll(
; ng some part of each day. Dry Goods, Shoes, western cities. '. .: I oranges ; PRESERVES eacheek 1 ij
Jost":oft t"8 furnished Seabreeze and Daytona Beach each 1\lcn'5 Correct New York hospital records show a I' I ,I l-iv*through trop- Special Attention to ness men of
All Work Oiuir- Wear
t unttt'd.SeahreezeI7orlda. have a permanent population of approximately from greater proimrtlonate: imrea: in in-i j I I ." it I forests Hpan- Family Orders ing of votes \
Across
1500. Sanitary ordi- I The i" 'iiside Inn obrlety than in the imputation.t Alco- | j I '-h. ruins; drives toancient Pan U GHL.TAW American Labs" Eij ATI' uida' s Pape( ;
I nances arc strictly enforced, stree'sand NOMINATION COUPON.The .. (r.iu-n
hollo! <"ivi s have more than doubled In pout j -Buffa o
.. ..,, gladly receuijin
I sidewalks arc well kept, audI t! !o' built by -,1pl:1nt'r" -- V.t India Expos-
the last dozen n'a r< I
new strcetscle btm opened as fast "' of Ions t ion-i'harlesten regard to
: V. C. GRANT I I VORDI I first one of these in fir each contestant\ Louisiana Purchase
VANDE sjn'
:as the incr'lsf.: population demands. A. i rnipons : ">. and drives tot 1\posltlon.: \ .ft.LoDln ceui'ti i ov c|
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PLUMBER Beside lintels and bo'ding I l'ontr.rtor for t Cost of Living. i entitles them t,I .>,.n' I M I free votes. Oily one ot tne..' coupms plantation of Manager "h|

Water, steam 111..1 houses there i-> ...-i; ic cotiagc accomcJatica I MASON WORK i,! will be allowed. to each contestiat. I '!.:..::'i 1-nItublesettler..... ,', Gazettes|
fItsJo'lttlll pl.'tct-s are r -
I 01 All had, The fact t that an egg has t the nourishment :" I
tor MOl; winter visitors in I ..
II !, t.* with th.-int. r- p. in e-ai"'I o d. ]
I. Phone Ifj.--u:! both t01t.u Conereb' t'urbln".. of :t r lu'und of beef doesn't excuse fiIOUNDGROV!
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-t of Southerni
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t hit.llk. A.IIAYTONA Th. 'lI.w f
B.:YT.IS.InAJ: All tlic a'.'::it-4 .ic< s cf Seabreeze: 1II.'n! 1 prices for e';:g .-AtlantaJournal. I nominate Mr. lira Miss .. . ....... trolls and flow.'ril.I .
I !-'I.UHlI'PINEHURST.\ '; 11 ) HJo\ni: I I or ................ .... ... ....... i i ORANGESand insi( 'e
applies to 1"ytuiia: Beach, the two i j ,I j I' "oftht' mo-tln-
towns tvi-< s': similarly situated. I The co..t or living does not come t"r' .tint; of ta-v> ruai v

'The Grapefruit-
i f, '.:v.itrs of the 1 ,0
1''lIlnuhl been i Iti.ij: tis pUvaoniiaal as its I ard: the rudder tangled in the MM >
: : & propeller blades. There is I indeed, : Ii:illfux: and knownMoundrove Best Grown I
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Ilrh sister en t;ujrttn:t: and each year no .
as a candidate in The Gazette-News contest.Nominated '1. : It
t : ; ,.
Daytona Beach there ii a Mo.>ta.iial: ,.owtu. The OATESLAWYERS unseemly havte.: Cleveland Plain : crow on St ADCM.t.ne I'1
!t-ol of thtnt!
I i ;
,' I Autot-obll
'llKl Tn (>II"O'lIkoJCSO I lea ll'r. .
j, I tt great; i;-.d! d_It.3 ?lave been leveled or iiucrrovesori: : thi- Ito:id in MilesNorth : \! "
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:. ;: and I.tlsc.re hones have been i I : bvof . ........ .... .......... .. .............. ...... ............. i ft..t: 'O.ISt. of Florli. IKTKL' OliMOXU of \iM
l1rll.V. H. Freeman built lor bt>.h winter and all-year- The Whisk Broom. I t :!n.t i- u in id v>ry I
!l'ropri. turi I Daytona, Fla.
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rcund cuosticy. I I +I II I ir";my; surroundings! Beet!, Knox rrS \l 1t
New \Io\JwroVt.: I I. ont li
York's health coinniissj. I
------_. says there is death in the whisk :bnioui. j ....... .......................................................State....... ............ ........ : !>.>;>.toii.iilut Deed CompaL:. t \i
.*********t-*********t*****trtYr. *. * . * * *** I I Great care should be taken not to \u.lhlin. road. In-LOW. f'CI'tomce I \1 1I

swallow It.-Tolrd<. IJI.ide. While it is not necessiry that a coupm be used l. it will facilitate I LlS

I Fine J Job b P Promptly executed at I The health commissioner of New I matters to send one for each contestant. ,I'nder no circumstances F.Iilit.Ill{ I

Printing g, Gazette News Office. York says that there is death In the i iwhNk I will the nominator's name he divulged. Finely executed I U
; br">in. There Is aNo money In i Job I Sfl('"HOUU ) < '
The (;lazette-Xews Contest Printing at
...... : It. as every Pullman porh'r i can testlfv. : Manager. ,b U.Thrd .
Jr r saYaxxYJLlltYii xiY i tYaKi .-Rochester Tost-nxuress., this office.I I I'> '.

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Choice Port Orange River front I Eight\\alu..1 all:. U("e I.It x.


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


Road on two sides. River road and street on other two sides 'I


Improvements being made on all sides of property. allItI'/

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;; to anyone buying to build on :z t I I! : Lot 1 200x346, $1,100. WII'tonicsbit'!r .. MD...


any of these lots. >a: ,I I I I i Lots 3 and 4, 79x346|each, d01'er r-

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These prices will be main- '" I' I ,I ,' I; $750 for both or $400 each. .1r tooth; ... .
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tained for thirty days, but we 3Q i I I I i Lots 7, 8, 9 10, JJ each % 111".).;r 'I'V.


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: was purchased from the stock of the the money collected for them.. Votes j I o... ""............ ............ ........,. .....o
OND-ON-THE-HALIFAX' f fk'Dts r'"T' J. i II A ANNUAL l BAZAAR ATCONGREGATIONAL I
;j MORE LIVELY Bingham & Maley Co. of this: city I will be Issued when the money is re-

: and is now on exhibition at their ceived but the contestants may re- I I I
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5 milesrfaytona CIKHJ I See Us for Property
store. i tain votes whenever
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I on the west t( Drive :" Seven ether prizes, consisting: : of: they wish.! 4

f ho Halifax EVERY DAY rebate certificates will be awarded. i Rule 10. Nominators or contest I .. ----------.--- ..

',locationn : n- These certificates are transferrabl. i ant's in the Gazette-Xev.s* ccn-! SUCCESSFUL ENTERTAINMENT IS :

permits Strati S I ": r :and will hp accepted for their; face f test must agree to and accept a:1: ; V
GIVEN
BY LADIES' CIRCLE
THE
ainageandI f I. We have some of the finest uropcrties at Seabreeze :
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",'ulltatlon; is TO 11 value as part payment on a Chapin I rules and conditions. *9 8

[ntlon Sa su- Bjmsr.HIESIANft Upright Grand $-150 piano. Certificates i I Rule 11. The rlglt is reserved to I ON TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND and Daytona Beach. Let ns know your size :

id ideal for Ormond'I1l1d l may be combined but credit for reject any name of contestants fcr a i

I homes. Abridge f : more than $2r.O:: will not be allowed j cause also to alter! these rules I EVENING IN SOCIAL HALL. 9 and we can fit you. !

rmond with con Over tn'a that tell drl\"et upon the purchase: of one piano. I| should occasion demand The annual bazaar: given: ;n S<>::lul.j: e

L Beach.fine course flub : MUSIC nett 8t gOlf the l SUCCESSFUL Cr ; I HOW TO ENTER. j Rule 12. Any question, which shall hall Tuesday uftcrcocu aid e\ei..ng:: o. 0.

homes I am house now 11 8.1b .- Just clip the nomination coupon | arise between the contesrants will by the ladits' circ-U! of th' C"oiire-: ; ': .

Itntalned on Just crosn" stopping the trait _. r All mm FAITHFULLY I out of each issue of the paper and j Le determined by the contest mana- Rational: church pros ed a t e.'y > :u- 0

hide lost of of them the lit BRKTTON Cot? Eooix IXN, A I (ill in .the name of the person whom i j I ger and her decis'oa: : : will be final: ceaifiil: affair Loth ..0:iaJ: ) and t lui.u.i : EDMONDSON & DONNELLY !

dE'd by sub- i lOU wish to enter at. a contestant,, i Respectfully! yours, (':..diJ'. The prccefds are to !b'. <:... .

flora and ,1 SPECIAL GOLD WATCH PRIZE with the address wri ;ten plainly, Or I I :Miss: Fay Settle, voted to the purchase of a i;'-vvar- .....'O+O+O.6.+v+e t.. ..A.e+o.e.9.eN. ......1fH0.0eevoo

jrjr, besides CALL ON if you do not have a nomination: coupon Contest Manager pet for the church. '

[orange and Oil WRITK: TO .__ PROVES AN ALLURING OFFER the name and address of the The fancy table was In charge (!Ii

Mtrus fruit person! as a candidate. The name of I Mrs. _t. Milligan, assisted by (I lie ( .ceee.eleeeee.eeec'.eee .ie.c Cageioc9ie0..e.0Ite7.n..
..M'ACONTHORl1TON AND EACH HOPES. TO BE THE ( .
d 1 has many the nominator will not be divulged. i PROMINENT Mary lIarn1Irs.. L. II. cumu arid' : The HANDPROPERTY : : Do you want to buy or 2
HOW VOTES ARE OBTAINED.
onsexcel- WINNER. I others. The candy table: was; pit-- a

|itomoblllag, Votes may be secured by securing: aided over by Mrs. J. ,). Dunn and! : rent t property In :g:

jibing, safe Contestants are busy at their work I subscriptions to the Daytona Ga .Mrs. E. C. Duui: Tile a'rouu: : .t" : : ,I. a r
I, and many ORMOND votes for the Great Popu I I' iS Daytona?
securing zetieXews, and votes will: Le issued .
ltdrlres. 1 0010 MAN \iir in charge of Mrs. A. i: UlYlhl. | MI
aond Beach IK IN ANY WAY larity Contest, by which $1.850orth; I upon the following basis: :-Mi r.:;. John MiUIfean! apt oh..l's. The : : jOros.
We have the
SILVER cheapest
INTKRE8TED BEACH I
Id the large IN PROPERTY of prizes are to be awardedThe TERM.! PRICE. VOTE'S. I Rr .eke table: was in charge of Mi.-I \\ I .
: the best.
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rmond. andr ORMOND OR IN Daytona Gazette-Xews is offer 1 year . . ? $ 1.30; . . . ; 000,000 Ii II. I'ek and Mrs. (i. II. Mat.hews.; : :

} sister the ORMONIRfACR Ing as a special prize a god! wath.to 2 years . . . 3.fJO. . 12,300:; ) i SUCCur11BS. \li_. \\". G, Hobbs and Mrs. SiiasM.lc I r. $7,500 buys one of the best residence aj r

occupies Inn. The a He will Give Your ; the contestant turning in the 13 I years . . . 4.30 . . . 20.0tO' : : had charge of the refreshment Extending from : I on' Rid ewood Ave. Completely :

!n overlook- Business_\Attention Prompt -. largest number of voles before harsh: I I' 4 years . . . 6.tO( . . . Stf/M: III! partuient which: was a guarantee River to Ocean :. ; : furnished and located on :

Halifax,and i 3, and this also makes the averageon 3 years. . . . i.O.;; . . 40.0''
(.r has as Its the piano higher. 10 years . . eo 1.uO.:; . . 100.010( R08T. JOHNSON I II PASSES AW; 'blesere' attended by young ladiesof : FOR SALE OR RENT : ISj ..

the magnt Anyone desiring to enter the con- 25;; :years . . . 37.30; .. .. SOO.OoO the church. I .

Uachandthe tlantic.Is JAS.J A CARlTD 1 test has a fine chance if they eate. Who Cannot Enter or Vote- STOPPING AT HOTEL[ ORMOND. One of the special features was the I r: I : M. L. Waggoner : ;
for the watch. Votes I I l BINGHAM $ .
THORN
now and try Xo of the Gazette NeusI l : r
the booed ORMOND, FLA, | employe goose that ate d.mee.; A tei.t was I : l I INSI Office People's Stale Bank.B0B9B9B :. -
|bench therey Manufacturer ot may be put in the ballot box at Han- I, cf immediate relative of theirs will placed just outside the entrance to'': I . .

| drives for Pnre Home-Made kins' or sent to tte contest manager,, I; be allowed to enter this: contest. asa RETIRED CAPITALIST OF SPRING the hall and the goose's head was I'lhru"t '. .........ii..*....... .BtB.B.B.B.fl.ltB.ldRADOATES

Is and auto Miss Fay Settle, at the Gazette- I .
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around Or- GUAVA JEILVMARMALADES nominee or voter. from an opening in ths: tent / -- -- -- >

t rives band News office. I I Who May Enter FIELD, OHIO, DIES AS RESULTOF A dime placed in its mouth broughtin I NNNNNNnVr NI"imNr..WNr.'iNh..v.. ..
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groves ofornagee TROPICAL AND Votes will be counted Thursday of : Any white man, woman, boy or OLD return an article of some kind .
GENERAL DECLINE OF
[ ; PRESERVES each week by three prominent busi !girl of good repute is eligible to I In the evening this: tei.t was surrounded 'l :

[j rough trop.ts Special Attention to ness men of Daytona and the stand- I enter this great popularity ,'otingcontes.t. AGE. I by a number of little gir.s.prettily : : REALTY TITLE
to Rpan- Fwnlly Order.II.OB"T ; Sat- .
of votes will be published in I
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',; drives! to AWUtm AT, Just send in your name on: attired in Mother Gotse < ()t- ,
Pan-Amt-rlean ExposittonBulrao: urday's paper. All nominations are Robert Johnson, a retired manufacturer : :
nt Cuuso1 a nomination coupon to the contest tumes, who sold tickets: to this grab

1. t hy hires \Wt India Kxio-s; gladly received and any information I management of the Gazette-Neus. of Springfield, Ohio, died I bag presided over by the goose. The : _

,'r*.. of Ions: Louisiana tlon-Charleston.Purchase !Jn- regard to the contest may be received -I The Judges- Tuesday night at the Hotel Or( grounds were I'ghted: by Japanese AND INSURANCE IN C. s.

JJ Illations drives,'" to ofn.'ttters. Ktposlt! lon,i"t.LoulaI by calling on the Contest I The total count of votes will be mood his death being due to the' lanterns. Mrs. William Roxby was in ,
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,tr Manager, who can be found in the :i made by a committee of three prominent charge of this part of the e,t, general decline of od! Mr. Johnson
age.
I;,i-i'>.ure rttb .. Gazette-Xews office from 2 until 3:30: I, business! men who will be also-: Ilk Ill. CONRAD BLOCK PHONE 128 '- I____

tti.'tnt'rsouthern- IOUNDGROV I R} ( p. m. each day. j lutely disinterested: paites. The om- : was 71)) years of age. I

I The following is a list of the stand- j I mitte,will be announced later. Mr. Johnson has been in, ill health! ,

IJ flowi-rs. ORANGESand Ing of contestants up to Friday, February i j Management- ; for some time and came south several -! '-JB 1
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I!toniotln Of these- 10: I i For the purpose of making; thei weeks ago the hope of his relatives !- Fifty Years Ago Today. c We beg to offer the t following -( i

,inv I ti at the Miss; Marjorie Kotzlen: ;;ONO: I i i contest a complete success the Ga- being; that a change to the Feb. 15. from list of _
GrapefruitBest warmer climate would have a beueficiul 5 our
''I"i> of the Miss Holt )lcCorkleIGI} d :! aetde-News has signed a contrjcti !I ;' ..
a' Fire thousand! l people stood in -
ii i id known effect on his condition. For
.t ;rov. It Grown Miss Florenre Gittens 4I,72d; !i with the Xew Method Contest ('om-I lime he seemed to ituprox--, but a the rain nt 1'itt.slrtirsr:; : to hear Mr.Lincoln. . ? property: i. f fciI
Grove Bt. :I; .;;O
on Augustine Miss Mena Toilitz t
I of Jacksonville, who make: ,
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'n.finest AutorcoMloUoiul parry .. .. He :>sjHice' on the tariff I r ,
change for the vvoist* <''lIlt- >> .I.tll ,
i iaad
Miss Roberta Hpbls 31.3Mrs. : :; ; : i i
|ro'son the 10 MilesNorth specialty of conducting contests of .ivnvri-r: tnt!!: he was unac- -
"I of Klorl- of L. II. Howe ;3'VJ'JUMiss :' : I I he gradually sunk n.uii d-a'n; : >
HOTEL OUMOND this kind. This companyill furnisha 'Iulinhd"il11 It. Later he spokent != w w'
: No. 12-J-$4,800 will furnished
buy
aiue Tuesday nigh I I IArraiiKtiuei.
i umlil very Queeiile: Sullivan 2t:;,o7ri;; competent; and experienced; cat:: -stl i I, rifvol.inil, whore a great I ..
House on Volusia avenue, four bedroom :
lirroundings :*;; have been made bya
Heed, Knox rn' Miss Xeva Vami ::;,00;:; ; manager who will have complete control , crowd cscurtitl! Iris rarriricp: two r
|'ove l to on son. whot, with him at the IS and bath, five rooms on first
I tonIrt.tintr ; Deed Compar.UULOW .:.. l Miss: Margaret Urokaw 25.V2.J; ; of the Contest:: Department. j! : miles through; ruin, !snow' mid 101

roa<1. Po s taken back to Springfield: sit once and ,
LIST OF PRIZES: T-his contest i it> to be the greatestever : tr: No. 10?--S1.3GO, five room; furnished -
t I I the funeral services will be held after -: ------ I I..
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inaugurated by any paper in house one acre of 'and, Holly Hill, '
First Prize. One Chopin; Upright i I c
.... [ the arrival in tinhc nie ity. The Measure.
Finely executed Grand Piano valued at .$400.00;; : this section I I The ancient judge sat before the I : fruit trees.

Printing at Second Prize. .Scholarship Columbia j' We have: spared no expense p to scales of worth. i e No. 119-7 acres land, SCO orange, i
make at a "live wire proposition": }IM CASH IS NEEDEDTO {{ [ I :
College! valued at. . 100.00 Ii I "Brill forth the royal treasure: he peach and persimmon trees, 6 room ,
this office.
Third Prize. Scholarsh-p: Draugh- i that will keep the community much i cried and the hurrying; slaves injured c dwelling $2,000.

ton's Business College: . . 50.00'interested in the outcome.! 'e are BID GOOD ROADS. Into the huge pan sacks of gulden :j : wr

Fourth Prize. .One Mission Writing I endeavoring to give Daytona and vicinity I metal caskets, of !Darkling: ; gems until No. 103-$2000, five acre bearing

Desk::: 23.00:; I the newest and most up-todate I it seemed' as if all of the wealth of :: grove Sruth Ridgewood. :;;..

i ('ountpal.er in! .the state and we solicit earth were tlwre.'et the balance: ...
f 0ifilfillrrty Fifth Prize. .Rebate Certificate ST. AUGUSTINE BOARD OF TRADE No. 1C5-$7,500, new house on IL
stirred.
valued at 200.00; I : the hearty co-operation of the I never
"Let the learning of the be add Ridgewood avenue.
citizens in this contest.To TAKES TO SECURE LEGISLA-! : apes
Sixth Prize. .Rebate Certificatevalued
i and ...
I i ed. came the order, tons upon>
. 223.00;; merchants who advertise with I No. 1C6-$1,200, two
at large, deep
I TION FOR LEVYING HEAVIER tons of the wi-dom of sages, philoso-
Seventh Prize. .Rebate Certifies: us we wi::;h to say that we expect by'I pliers scientists and poets i t was heaped( lots on South Ridgewood.No. .

valued at :OO.OOi I this sonnet to double our cirl'ua.1: TAXES. upon the pile. And !still the great arm '

Eighth Prize. .Rebate Certificate ''I tion: and our advertisers will realize i' of the scales remained: high; 1 in 1 air. 120-t acres land, 100 orange

valued at 173.00:; that it :is to their advantage to heil'I 1 ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla., Feb. 1 13; -:, ".\tll1 now the men of power and c trees, truck land, 5 room cottage :: ,

Xineth Prize. Rebate Certificate I in this work by supporting the con i Realizing that if St. Johns county'is high position" said the judge, "and $1,000. -=
I. i: to have an up to date system of: "
testants. the scale will fall But all in "nln."nut ,
valued at: . . . 130.00;:; ; No. '.0-$2.200. five
room
I I Now Is the Time- j I" good ro-ids it will be necessary to secure -; what is on the other side; that .. : cottage
Tenth Prize. Rebate Certificate I' Daytona and Cypress streets, largelot.
more money than is possible under | all these?" asked one.
outweighs
valued at -] :; ; The contest begins with this; fcssue. I II ; : "sw
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i I the time to enter ts XOW. Got in..I the present arrangement of ordinary j "It i h cbaiacter," paid the judge. c Is
Eleventh Prize .Rebate Certificate I
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valued at 100.00''I I the race before the others bet in''I taxation, the board of trade Portal I Jrs Ji : No. '!OJ-$1SOa. small bungalow, :; i

: the lead.= :, at its regular monthly meeting took ; i West Magnolia lot 50x150, almost:: '
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Total ._ . . $1,830.00;; Rules for the Contest- I steps to secure special legislation Facial nt-r: : :!'. : ;. !says': a writer !isihvays ...: new. I a'lr :; 1
i'i Rule 1. All money for subscriptions whereby it will be possible: to l let .. due tll one 1'>f three <-IUM: ':-I.! .!.! ;-

The first prize which will! be : ehall be paid the contest manIa :ax of two cents per acre on all 'Tan!Us eyes, |It.l teeth '"'10 I I1'lt No. 110-$2080, truck fan 7' 2 'R
awarded to the contestant securing in St. ... b acres cleared, 2 acres tiled house ... ,
e i Johns; county, the *: i ,.. .' -- 1' al! the: thn-e !in"I .tlt1it.1; i ..

ithe mOt votes: consists: of a genuIne : ItulotConh H manager's !signature -! 10 l Inusdl tor roid! i>.u.r-; your 'iir.i.rii! : ": ill .d-.n: ;: "..:.sr.I : and barn. p.?" I It
$430.00;; Chapin Upright Grand : I .
Piano. This: piano is a n'lfine in-:' must be affixed to all votes before --- --- ---- - ---- -- --- No ir-S9COO, one of the best :; t4 t i : .
they are of any value :in th.- I homes I Ir .
strument of special artistic merit of on Ridges/ood' furnished larg : ,
contest. > lot, .e' t' I ''k
high grade and ql1:1.ItL.latl'gt: (case 5tr garage.No. i -
Rule 3. liallots cannot be bought .. ;
design selected figured .nH'red of; : it's a New Book, r 116-$2.0-30 will buy a nice j
The contest will be run cm a ftrbasis
highest quality, double veneered in- ; : home five and bath hot .. I "
: fair for all. Votes can onlybe I F it's a Souvenir Novelty ; rooms ; ;
side and out, handsome aol/ >ld: mou'd. I subscriit'onseither '! and cold w..ter; electric lights; corner :i" I -
obtained by securing
I it's in Stationery and EngravingCALL li
hand-
Ings and hand-caned trusses, something r lot. Ili i .a
new renewals. or old or bycutting s
carved{ capitals and music re-it,! I i ii
the nomination or free vole f
rounded corners, hand-polished mir No. 123-A bargain at $3,600, Pal-
certificate out of each i issue. f
rored' surface automatic extensionmusic : : ON OR WRITETheH.&W.B.DREWCO. metto avenue, 3 bedrooms, bath, completely rs' ; iJj I
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Rule 4. Xo employe or member:, I
desk, artistically carved: : furnished, good condition. '' f i r
of his family will be allowed to participate !
noiseless rolling fall board with I Houses exactly alike in sane row ;,l 1
eitheras a nominator or a
nickel-plated continuous hinge fine I valued at 6500.
oter in this contest. .
block of selected hard rock wafer
I Rule :i. Candidates will not be! A. 25 acres near city limits; 15
built in layers and cross-banded I
up restricted in securing subscriptions : acres fenced and in cultivation; 6- f ,

$1,100. composite warranted to metal withstand frame any imported climate i I;i but may secure them in any place in !j'I' 45.49 W. Bay St. JacksonvilleAND room house and barns, $2,000. Idt I

>x346each| blued steel tunings three strings the Untied States. J B. Lot on Ridgewood in Holly l i
w Rule 6. Only one nominating coupon i
overstrung bass, special repeating ac- Hill, 150x309 $500.
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00 each. tiou, German silver hammer rail, entitling each contestant 'to :3,000; YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND +i / -

votes will be allowed. C. 15-acre hammock grove; trees .,
heavy best quality imported felt hammer
Rule 7. All votes must be in the: I SATISFACTORILY.We seven years old and in full bearing; ;J
0 1 II 1 each muffler attachment for practice
[ ten years' quarters on inside of top bal'ot' box by Thursday!': ;3 j p. m., of c near railroad west of Kingston, $3,000 i '
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each week.
cover in silver, 7 1.3 octavos, best ..
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Rule S. Votes i is-nied cannot be : for Goods and Souvenirsin D. PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL ,
Headquarters Alligator
quality keys, made JI1 figured mahogany are I
; transferred to another contestant.Rule I FOR SALE; CENTRALLY LO- aC ':F

$350. height four feet, nine inches, I'. Xo totes will be aUowt'dj China and Orangewood, New and CATED; WELL FURNISEHD; CAN s1r I i J.
width five feet two inches, weight
SHOW PROFIT OF OVER $2,500 I $ :a
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OoO pounds. on subt>cnptions held over more Exclusive Novelties. :; l
$400. boxed for shipment soured LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH t i s:
than oneetk after being ( c: '
worth the ef- '
This is a prize well TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS.- 34
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by (ooutt-stant Subscriptions: m:15tl r i l 1
forts of anyone. ) co $13,000 ON EASY TERMS. I ;j ,J.J J.
be turned !in promptly together with | "" ,
The second prize to be awarded to c:: .[, .t

the contestant securing' the second ....................................o..........o...........o.....o.............. E. Small cottage on corner lot on. rs" I,d'I :
largest number of votes consists: 01 c: Ridgewood; lot 100x150; fruit trees, ..

::I a scholarship to Columbia: : College i The New Excursion Steamer : :; well, $800 on easy terms. Il I :..

the well-known iIl5tit .ton:: at Lake SOUTHLAND

City, Fla. This scholarship is valued I : TO THE PICTURESQUE TOMOKA CABIN :. sir; '

at $100. r We have some very attractive river front propertyin '

The third prize to be awarded t<"> i i11 ;
DAILY EXCURSIONS. Port Orange that can be sold on reasonable terms!:>>
a1
the contestant securing: the third '
::r l las
largest number of votes cois: :,,jt.s I -. : and at low prices.We w II is' I ;
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//:1t,. I ..' / . HUI.t;! -r\i' t-n- I Ilu.trJ: ;S. [ r .to : !"r K-: r ..
of a scholarship! to Droughtoi: I ,\ El'p1.lt; : "; !uii't: : 1'r"Ilc I : ''Ir
Practical: Business ToIK-ge of Jack I All M ).irrn. l'Oj\! eIIIh"t, the'! Pi.puLir. : Pri" ."f 51 00 the Round Trip._ ----- -- r
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sonville. Fla. This scholarship is DAILY TIME SCHEDULE: : have a general insurance agency and

valued at $:;'u." and will: give some oll'I I.f.avePeninsula L:. '.. a' '" 'j' 0) i 11 In.: : ;
I o I l.'aH.'I'ril1l.t't': rs'Otl'k.I DaytonaV) a.llI. : cb p I
the Lt.av '- Ormond Bridgi', Ormomi, .''3. .I 1., can insure against almost everythinexceQt ,
chance of securing a good bas-I: 1 I Vivo* iVttral Bridge, Ifcytona". :55 R. m M I
ness! education (!@e.I I J Return: to Pnnce ( ;i..rgtDork, I Da\toni 3')1J; p. m cr ? "
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The fourth prize to be awarded -- --- ---- -- I ''I!!,', 1" ,..t. ;- i: SEABREEZE FLA. c
consists of a beautiful mission writing CHAS F. BURGMAN, Owner x. old. 11I'L.. I i'i'i-'iii: ..';' : '"

desk valued at $:.;. This desk :....... ........................................... .. ... ...................... c./r)la IJ.. )r.) sF.s+.)111I311lA1111l1a1111311. . . YJ'I' J .IY 1 J 1:11l111)lllt\. . J e r ti I II


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JOHNSON liThe Bike MaD." says: Batter pay 50c. (for" a PHONE 142-2 RINC.g.
GENE
for violation 01 the law.
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t HaveY ouTried : e BARNES ni Generallyday. )
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; Auto Scarfs and Veils .. Our Stock of Groceries? .. .: THE NOVELTY MAN s:r I BATIfl'CYes SUITS *+ Mc

The stock is fresh and up to dater . ._ east winds
!Huppll "
K lls Stationery and School
r and we are sure we can please you : Phonograph! | ,. Hewln-4 Mafliin's.Tviiewrlttrs. . --- --- - ---- -- - =:::: '
.. . with anything in the line 01. : Croekt-ry. Gins-swarf, NN I 4 + t + t0

: groceries. : rutl.-ry.Notions.: FUhiiii; TaeklToys and \ve have a new line of Ladies' and Children'sBathing

: Just received another shipment of Auto Scarfs i. o We Carry the Best e .: BARNES : i Suits, also Caps and Shoes.

F s: Veils Veiling.This is the largest assortment we : : and our location enables us to sell : Will\ also franif jour PictunIs r I ,."- "i -'-n our ni.'st lln" of .\utO..Ollt.. To..it suits. s1rtcoatl! Sixth Seas
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Motion Pictures THE YACHT CYNTHIA II III! iIW.. M. SHAFFNER


TilE CELEBRATEDLYMAN ARRIVED LAST EVENING 1 I Real Estate and

Fire Insurance

K GUARAN
TWINSIN THIS HANDSOME BOAT OWNEDBY
122 Sculh Beach Street

COMMODORE M. B. MILLSOF .
I AMOUNT

THE I I NEW YORK IS IN COMMANDOF II'z:: t

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The Prize Winners OpenDailyat,230NEW : ; : CAPT. W. L. VANN I ::::7fl }-0 := CITIZENS REOF

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The Cynthia III, one the largest I ,.,. .
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FRIDAY FEB. 17. Snow EVERY HOUR avid most:; elegantly equipped yajlr.6 I .. ,..'.;i 'LI BEEN SO

afloat, arrived from the north Tuesday
TIONS A
evening coming by the outside I
30 People. Two Special Cars of Scenery. --
'- "Head the news and then go :UjMu The houselxiat Itoxuiiii, owned by route from Jacksonville, and i is anchored CHILDREN'S EYES t HAS BEEN

Crystal. If Muss Irene Ksch! t' Iii Lai'/: Anderson Washington, D. C., : soirih: of the South bridge.: 1 SURANCEAMOUNT
35 50 and 75c. Performance 8:15 Cannot be too carefully: safeguarded,
Prices in of Gol .
and command
News office before Capt. en.Iarist'd
call the Daily
:
at The Cynthia: III it owned by Commodore -
Reserved Seats at Haokins'When tcuiorrow: night: she will be presenied this city northbound thHmorning. for they skate but one: pair to lasta I C
M. D. Mills a prominent cap- lifetime.i If there are indicationsof
The Roxaua has bet.
with two tickets to the Crystal. '
sssst t .r. cruising down the coast with a char( ivalist cf) New York City who has anything strong with your child'a, 1 THE LIST

.Mrs. W. C. Rapp, baby and nurse ter party. I with him a party of friends for a I eyes bring him or her and I will fit WILL BE P
them with Glasss correct the
I to
from Ma- 1
arrived Tuesday afternoon cruise;; to Nassau< and Ilavana.The .
Lion, Ohio to.isit Mrs. Ilapp'ts sister *Horse and rubber tired surrey I trouble. If medical treatment is nee- DAILY NEYTERNOON
i
boat is of special local interest -
Mrs. C. E. Dell, and family at for said, ?:2..0.! John Wooden, City. ;i es>snry I will tell you !so.)
Your Are in Town cr-iit i from ,the fact that she:; is in
their winter home on South street,
Dr. Neville H. Clark
Mr. Dell having purchased one of command of Capt. Leon Vann, of The ti* -. o.L. .
Edmondson & Donnelly have sold!
Call and examine our methods and consult uj upon terms. We invite inspection the Snider: bungalows.; : this city, who also has with him his .Mt--o
to Franklin Clark a lot on South Optometrist
and believe in thorough accounting by all banks to the public I
a son, Walter, and Charles Loekwood, huh!t.'l
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Ridgewood owned J K.
and their patrons of the bank affairs. We believe the strength of our resources Ladies hairdressing parlor 19 Vo-'I avenue by as members of the crew. I Look for the Sign of the EYE. : !I anti t t.t..
Townsend. Mr. Clark will have a ,
and the stability of our management will appeal to you. lusia Ave. Mrs. L. A. Schofield Commodore Mills is a member of li. l 11,1f \ osu
1 I house erected on the property, for I .
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the Detroit; New York, Larchmoi.t ) "I! u.
winter residence: for him-
use as a
1 I and Eastern yacht clubs, and its a till,.'
self and family. .
PEOPLE'S STATE BANK Among the visitors in Daytona at most enthusiastic sailor. I I .\ niI'

this time are Mr.: and :Mrs. :M. G. This i i'*! Commodore Mills' latest i I fGREENjg "' : 't'
I Money to loan on good security
t DAYTONA FLORIDA. Marsh of Pratlsvil'e New York, who Fitzgerald I i & Oates. tf i model, he having formerly owned t'ii. .
till remain for a couple of weeks to i the Cynthia and the Cynthia II. The t:." \"

l'rtl<"'nt.'I! I'. (rKI.AXI: <. a,:u T. M. K.f V It TKI1: I, enjoy the balm). atmosphere and Mrs.I Blount returned Sunday present Cynthia is one of the most I "" ,.
Vlce-1'rt'slU 'ut.;.O. B. 1'41-\)I.\S, M. I.. \VA( :, bright sunshine of the finest state from Cincinnati, Ohio accompaniedby thoroughly equipped and largest We are carrying a completeline Udr.

. j in the Union. Mr. Marsh i is editor I her sister Mrs. J. J. Baird with power yachts in commission.The of Green (.iroreries, including ..
and of the I'rattsville I t. 'd ,I
proprietor vessel
i us:; equipped with steam :
whom she had
been visiting since
I New.,. I : ,. ,
I4 I before the holidays. The ladies are heat telephones: and electric lights. -
Iii Ill:7 P4a67'4 v 7Qu I ,..
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I with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. and its formost mast is hollowed forter'ict' .
FOU S.\LE-The GlenOod.Se3' ; as a smokestack. Every; modern Golden Wax Beans I .
Theo. their
Senjrstak. at Daytona:
breeze. Fla. Reasons given for sell.i convenience is to be found I \',
v onboard
Lift j Beach home.
LOCALS oPERSONALS ing. Apply at Seabreeze postoffice.E. the yacht and many of the details Green Beans t. r..

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F. imiTTOX.
j .I..aunrh, Zuza: for charter for of arrangement were originated I.
till ?IIIi by Commodore Mills. ( ,'I.,."
f fishing parties! Apply Sem.noo! hoi CucumbersCauliflower
4, 41 L..9 E24i / 4 LJ I .
I The regular meeting of Live Oak i ''tel. :T.C(; s m w s The yacht has six large staterooms I our I

Howard[ Harkesheimer. a prominent 'Remember we keep everything it' Chapter No. J, Order of the Eastern I besides that of the owner, 1 111.. '.

business man o." Jacksonville: was a ladies' aid!; gent's wearing apparel j I Star held at Masonic hall last.'i I and u fiUnl with bath tub and shower I' .
I BLACK HIM) BOMB KILLS
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DanOHl'isitor Tuesday. at the Bee Hire North Beach St. :37t: night was largely attended, between I I It ; baths with hot and cold water. Tomatoes t." I. .

-- --- Co and 70 members and visitors being -; The furnishings throughout are ,lld

tHat baths. Hooper's Barber Shop. The auxilliary yacht: Neth'a saied: present. Three additions to the. WO IAN FATALLY INJURfD.i i handsome and costly, and th<- yacht PeppersThey -'I...i,-,

-- in the early hours this morning for membership were made by affiliation, over aU, is one of the handsomest J :
Mr. and.: Mrs. Theo. Sengstak departed j Ti'-usville. where she will meet her refreshments were served and a afloat. 1'" .

1 ( Tuesday afternoon for a few I ownerV., W. Kenyon, and wife, of pleasant social time en joyed.Seven I(i HUSBAND AND BABY HURT The Cynthia II will: probably continue are Always Fresh.DAYTONA ('111"1 .
days': visit: at pol.its: do.\11 the coast Brooklyn: \:. V. I her cruise southward tomorrow. t I I ,
I j jI .
WHEN BOMB EXPLODES UNDER .
I ; passenger car to let and it I '
-Desirable) !lot near Hoiel Claren- I automobiles stored at reasonall'rates. *
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*Will the finder of an Excelsior( THEIR BEDROOM WINDOW FOR SALE-b'ive-room cottage:: ; rdun
don to exchange: for touring car. Box I Diary and note book lost on DeLand: SARATOGA INN G.\lt.\GE.1 bath, hot and cold water. Addre-s I t I L '.

261 G:eGi. road please return same to X. Rhone 112. tf THIS MORNING. 1'. O. box Iff:S;. R. L. Smith real estate T I.;
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Powell, The Glenn. I.I asrent. I lJl'- A\v-lt. I \ '
L. C. MeCann did not find thingsas 1 A. II. Kling's granddaughter! :\ .s ROCKFORD, Ill., Feb., IT.-Mr:?. > i COLD STORAGE CO. .
he expected at Augustine and I I II IIuzc-1 Tiling, armed Tuesday afternoon Rfiia. Vitolias fatally injured and -----"- ----- ------ - -- -- -- I' .

.' has returned and will look after his I Richard English of Holly Hill. left from Marion, Ohio, accompaniedby lu'r unhand and baby were T.O---; ; :IR. D. JOHNSON, Mgr, I,,: '
business here during! the balance: of! Monday night for the tomato growing -I Miss Mildred Christian of that i Ily I hurt when a black hand bomb\ way I I I!

:the season. l section down the coast expecting 1 1I city. Miss Christian is the exploded under their bedrotm.u, r ; ; 'g .l -4 I. .,,
to remain there until the daUth-1 -
I season is over. shipping ter <>t Colonel George 15. i I dow early this: morning. ! Long and .... i ,.' .
*WAXTED had i I Vitoli: ha been .
-Nursemaid having prominent! citizen of Marion and well I ; ? an active ': < ::!> J'I.

some experience with' small children. i I I known here. The young ladies are I of the bl.u k hand societies in :a I 1,11111btr ( i Sweaters I..' .
to take two weeks' position.: Colored! I I *Phone 2S will call for your cleanIng with Mr. and Mrs. Kliug at their)I I of lISI'and; hat re.-eiveil, thr:, :tT- I I : It..1"' '1 1T
girl Schmidt's hotel I ( and pressing. tf BURXETT. I t'lit1; : l o-trer-.
not tyantcd.r.pb: winter home on Magnolia an.nue.1 ; Die U T th.i.jj! Y.
I
a :Mrs. 11. E. Hirsh. CJCTt"The I where Miss Christian will (, i Happy i ..It I. :' .

Mr. and Mrs. IL1.. ISond came up til the arrival of Col. and Mrs. Chris I TAfT REPUDIATES CLARK'S' I t mt i .*,
Edmoudson & Doiu ely: real [ from Palm Beach Tuesday:: where tian about the first of March. ,
ing
estate agency has sold to Jas. II. they had been for several days and i II I I Men Thrtnit OIlP'', .

Severson a Jot on Bellview avenue,!I drove over from this city to DeLand 0 C fl buys furnished Beach STATEMENT I IN A SPEECH. Buy Royal Scarlet Can I 0a.
between Beach street and Palmetto I, in their car.'Excursion. \ *1 5 I 0 street residence; 8 rooms I
avenue, upon which Mr. Severson' gad bath; modern im- I Women .
provements: lot 50 by about 290 (eel. Ad- PRESIDENT ALSO ASKS SECRE. I goods, the finest food
will at once erect a house. Contractor !I.
to Coronado Iiach and res A. B., care Daily News. (
Espedahl being engaged to do t.he..' Xew Smyrna Thursday on yacht TARY KNOX TO REPUDIATE products in the world. I I and l 4

work it is said. 'I Rambler four hours for fishing. Commodore C. G. LJurgoyne entertained -

Round trip DOc. Leaves GlUe dock the band of the Crawford STATEMENT IN SPEECH IN: CHICAGO I The stock is new and I I

I J. A. Shanks: & Son proprietors of i 8:4: ::. 63-St Comedy company Tuesday afternoonat TONIGHT. 1 I Children'sSweaters

the Shanks' Candy Kitchen have purchased his home on Beach street the : clean, and our prices II I II Don t z

of E. J. Mills his ice cream members of the band being; welcomedby WASHIXGTOX Feb. 15: -1'resideut i

business and will hereafter conduct Protect YourTeeth the commodore in his handsome Taft today sent a letter to Coagre.s-: are right. Call and get I

the same, Mr. Mills: relinquishing all I garage Just south of the house. Com- man McCall repudiating the statement I I I
rights except the manufacture of modore Burgoyne treated them toseveral of Cluimp Clark, who said in aspeech prices on case lots.i i iI

cream for use in his cafe, to which .
selections that the "stars and
on the pipe organ !stripe: ; RazThis
e business he will hereafter devote his: and they responded with several will wave over Xorth America from off

time, finding that his increasing pat- BY USINGRiggscide band pieces. The commodore! also therttit': ocean to the Gulf of :Mexico i iI I 4
ail
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ronage demands it. provided ." and that it will I is
something besides city: seater not be long b = tee

with which to assuage theirllll" fore Canada will be annexed: to the manUANIJ"
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For sale at a bargaIn-Ten ruou !>t. United States.It I lyman Grocery I
house at 621 So. Ridgewood, lot 10" I I I
was learned Uxlay. also that .
front 160 deep, plenty: of shade i I
'The finest place lu toau for :la- the presided hats; asked Sec-retary --
t trees; all improvements: eectric: I SOLD BY I dies: and gentlemen to exerc *e i* tit Knox to repudiate: Clark's . lights, city water, e:c. Everything the Bowling ..\Ue's. H}. South Dtuchstreet. Here. Where t u)
; when Knox rnak cu : <;i \< S3 in Ciii-
4a good repair. Address Los 00. tf, Young's PharmacyV ct .-" i : THE FOSTER CO. T

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