Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00220
 Material Information
Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: February 18, 1911
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00220
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
alephbibnum - 002072230
lccn - sn 93063916

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? ; THE WEATHtR IN FLORIDA, )- + + + + + + .; -:. + + ...

-; } Fair except. rain in extreme TI E aN TAE BEACH
...Ollltll........ .' THE DAYTONA +
north portion tonight or Sunday. DAILY
; NEWS: .. .. .. . . .5:01:
i '' 1: Colder in north potion Sunday. +' .
--I ,\, ,", 4 Moderate winds. + :: .. .. . . 54: :

: * * Monday: ". . . . 6.23
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j Published Every E.\ : : -y :! inter Resort In Florid: .....,. .'.. ..'. { : :. : {. + { .,. + + .,. +.

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es.ely line of IIi SATURDAY'

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uiear Hilk Kimono. -
Stationery and Havana Smokers
-I ..,-. First Aytnu D tona, Fla.
Painting )
to Reduce Stock PRICES Books
Twvnt.v--.Sx Ian ..
atWALLACES' PaperHanging ) nod tlft.fl niry room ti"wlfurnlihfO h Ottly! first quality well cured tobacco
liner C oI I r- Decorating IIlIht 1 ly't> ,.UIlIo-IJII\"IIIt'II l i throughout(" '+, Thor..uh-with II liNiuntltion,Lft fB; .tto. Your Tr.-:It Jrw.You|L rtl r>,.l1t. GEO. H. CLARK [ used. ,
"4iilpM-!| oiw| -rating: rv..oi on wound!

_: -. ''.,.2','1It. 219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Phone floor. ill For tirnimill C. C. BOHAN.NON..r..*. ,M. U. L. H ROWE & CO. Waterman- Fountain and Periodicals Pens, NewsPapers Vet Cave.Daytona Manufacturer, Florida i

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................-.r. : : .The Daytona board of trade has been a busy organization since it was formed recently and has already done much to boost

e Grown .:- ..'.f-.;:: .. the town. There. is still much work ahead and ;if. E. you want to know what is to be done go to the meeting Monday evening.



.ilwas and Vegetables Fresh ::.. ,j: EXPRESS S SAFE BLOWN OPEN.O N.I It Isaac Walton I TO TAKE CHINESE TERRITORt

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Is located with us for the balance of PROVISIONAL l 1 1
forth' Beach St. 'Phone 55 : 1ISTER LEAVE $50,00$ !) IN I m O l E SAFE. the season. I r i iJ

...... Ff. DECLARES[ I.WI.U CO
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"I! You Doa't Trade With; Us We Both Lose Money." MONGOLIA ANQ WILL

andInsurance YORK TRAIN ON THE SOUTHERN HP HililFV I Ii ....,
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innfi Beach StreetREN'S a ATLANTA. Ga., Feb. IS-Fast mail: I
." train No. ;iG! ; on the Southern rail- : CIRCUIT COURT ADJOURNS I II I EXPLOSION BURGLARS : G TOJlfllTAKS S 1'KKI.V.: I'nina.: Feb. 1 15-That ;a: &eiivi 1:, f t tt

:. road, a through train fromtJant.l, t i ; t t reeatent: between Russia: and -i I I.I

j !:c:,to New York was held up about j j.o'clock AFTER MM\ G THE MOTION.u .I: ;Jan) to trp: ('h'na of a large part:
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j this betsseenVhite I
morn tg I IN CHICAGO LOOT BANK t I of her territory responsible! for

.. Sulphur Springs and Lu'a: Ga., by | ; (he: ultimatum which Russia has sent -_ I
five masked: white men j EFFORT WILL PROBABLY BE
FEDERALS ARE NOW IN POSSESSION to Pekiu. i is the belief l of the imperial
The bandits blew open one safe in' I .

...."....the express car aiTd secured $';t1tJ> in MADE BY ATTORNEYS FOR 7 INJURED.BIG Of MILLION. I OF VALUABLE REVOLUTIONARY coosul.

I cash. Another safe containing $;:o.- HULLEY TO APPEAL CASE TO i The agreement' is believed to Laa .,

000 was fused, but! the bandits be. I PAPERS SHOWING' a part: of the treaty which was signetby

> EYES .i. name frightened and fled before securing HIGHER COURT. Russia and
t PLANS OF REBELS.EL I Japan following their ;
; ,lwar.
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N> cirefully I safeguarded :- ., Only one of the passengeis alighted DKLANU. Fa.. Feb. JS Judge ; I'ASO. Tex.. r ,u. 18-The provisional

hut one pair to last ,I ::1t" to see what was the matter and Jones of the circuit court has denied I :; ggvernme t of Mexico, headed Russia is moving troops toward

It tuer with are indications child's :i I .._...Xhe was immediately covered by the the motion for a new trial of LOSS REACHES HALF MILLION.I TRIG G TO DEFEND[ [ VAULT.[ by laderil: :.. today in full flight :Mongolia\ declaring it will tolerateno
J mils your of the and delay from China in answering-
robbery ordered
, guns to
|:.ui or her and I will fit the case of Helen Hunt vs. Dr. Lincoln from the hen :'j larters at Guadalupe, thH ultimatum. r
get back into the coach.
(G1a; >sn to correct the -. The bandits made their escape Hulley, president of Stetson University FIREMEN HURT WHEN GRAIN I. MOST DARING BURGLARY IN HISTORY towards tie mountains about Chi i I The empire of China is facing-. '

UJ.jical treatment i3 nec- i.Into. the woods and posses are now and has adjourned the present DUST EXPLODES AND 500C 00 OCCURS WHEN BIG EX I huahua. most serious; situation and l is trying;

I t..11 l you so.'ille Y., in pursuit. The negro fireman and term of court. ''I I As a result the Federal' are now to secure: the in'ervectfon ot. other I
flagmen fle when the tra'.nwas BUSHELS OF WHEAT AND CHANGE BANK IN ROME I II IS wj..rld powers -
negro The motion for trial I r
a new was in -
possession of valuable I
H. Clark revoutjon- -
,.i. held and the trap proceeded I I I :::::
i up :
"' made by attorneys for Dr. pulley immediately ROBBED THIS MORNING ary papers showing the fuI! pat! :;J an.
[ptometrist ( without them. after the verdict awarding: I {I resolutions) of the insurrtrt (ni,t 3.
: CHICAGO. Feb. 18-Seven flre-j: Ii HOME, Feb.
j Italy IS-The great.j
}ie Sign of the EYE. Helen Hunt 513,000;; for slander was men were injured in an explosion! o j 200,000 II III
HEET Exchange bank was looted by butt -
[ returned by the jury. It f Is probablean grain dust when the big Calumet [ ,
glare this TRAIN ISI
morning and two watchmen
appeal will be taken by the defendants grain elevator was destroyed by f re
here this morning. !: who attempted to defend the !
I in an effort to have the verdict I I DEAD
The ele'atoras an old landmarkand vault were killed.
: N GOODS : I set aside or the amount of damages I I
500.0UU bushels of wheat, corn I I It is said the robbers secured DERAILED
REGULAR SESSION OF THE CIVIC reduced. and oat were burned up. The !os-) : ; t 1
a: . i ) more than $1,000,000.' The robbery i is I 1t I
." ---- will reach $:'illloo'' I BY
: ORGANIZATION WILL BE said to be the most daring In th

r<' !I LYHAN THINS GOOD snow history: of crime. l .

l i era nn-eries' inn ,; ON NEW YORK -- ___

The regular meeting of the Daytona t ,
." board of trade will' be hed! :Mon I ON|. 'tt C'0 ;j i ENGINEER I MEETS( DEATH; SHEEP Of DISEASE GRflfS.
"BEST ATTRACTION OF THE SEASON \ .w York vntril: '.t'4! iivlo ; Three cases of by t ti
Wax Beans were disposed l
? .. ::*d3Y evening at Elks l hall and a full |pr.-.Ili'; 1117/ .. .

!' attendance of the members is desired -I FURNISHES ENTERTAINMENT 'ln-wiix-ukt-. Vallf, Ohio.,....... .: "..:::::::llrt S.i 1 1Xortli.rn sVlrtilJ.li .:I Mayor Titrs this morning, two white: ; !i CRUSHED UNDER ENGINE.i 1il
en Beans by the officers' of the civic or-I ricill ... ..... ..1f7 1 drivers of automobiles being fined BODIES BEING BURNED BY

1'- -ganization. FOR DAYTONA THEATER IVnni.vlvuniii:: ,.:.. .. .... .. '. .. .. ' J 11'1: I i ____ ___ I II
i Itfitilln: :: : :: : : ::: : ::::.5::I.. $1 and costs for violation: of the c e- I
[cumbersluliflower r; A number of important, questionsare PATRONS. HouIli.Tti"1'1111111 Paoitlo I'neltic..i.... .. .. ..... ..........1.4 lis<4 1:1I hide ordinance and John McDonald! I j I TRAIN ON READING ROAD I Ii AND MANCHURIA- f i 1' i
: to be brought for discussion I I'. y. !V. j d a
t Io'.. at this session and'up the of, dll prt'I'(1111.f .......... ... ............... .......iltI'. Inv'>\I..I colored], being fined $::0: and costs for.i j l j i THROWN FROM RAILS BY MAY SOON BECOME ENTIRELY
.. J reports j Bigger and betttT than ever and I I ,
committees which have been at work petit pilfering in connection: with the ,j I DEPOPULATED. "
with a sparkling chorus:: of lively, \ Fo'ding
Tomatoes ....' vwill be made at that"time. kodak in barrel of cider which was stolen in 1
case. Enquire at DailyNews IIAHUIN', Russia! Fel l :
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Pretty girls the Lyman Twins coin- | IS OVERTURNED. r4t i ic ,
.... TOMORROW'S I! pan}' pleased a large audience at theDaytona office. i! Midway a few nights ago. I I 'ommissiOllf.OfS110 hate ju+t returned '.
epperse SERVICES AT t POTTSVILI.E Pa., Feb. I : from Manchuria l ;
i' f ---=-'---=-=: - - - ---- - --- 1 IS -Train: rt{> rt that : ,. 1l
:> THE BAPTIST CHURCH. theater last night the principals I iI( wreckers derailed northbound tniiJ l''M',(MM pt"r.ol.g hate perched: from :

-'., The and chorus contributing some II I! No. -.". on the Catawi.-sa branch ot the spread of the l5nlonL- paU! .. 1 N'a''I\ :
subject of the I
Always Fresh. Ii morning serm-. HOLIDAY NOTICE.I
1\-\;:,"-.. on at the Baptist church tomorrow excellent singing while the: amusing i the Reading road near Tamaqiia th 5 I Villas<*s have l b".-wipd oat: and the
'sitnatiors I i j morning. sweep of the lise; se is ff. Rill
be "Jlow to Keep\: } the Revival into which the twins I
. The engine was thrown from th J I lag strou t'r. It"t; :::0 sMuiHhuriu ItDt'bed r7 c .
: Spirit.
r : In the e' t'lIin: the pastor snorkel: themselves] because of the t: 0 ::'
t. R v. A. Lincoln Aliercr' mbie, will I i rails and overturned Eng ntn-r Gil I. win soon l ht' vinnallypopulated. d' II+ h tIr!
LYTONAiTORAGECO. resemblance: to each other furnished I II lUnlif"* iw-rn IlIJrn..d
J. speak on The Purpose in the {Hl' plenty of eonedy.The : : by tlwu-alld"( : : '
) I j fire and kill -d. Xo.e; others w''r fI I
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.. COMMODORE BURGOYNE ,; Prize Winner' furn.'alu-d: t the I( seriously hurt. I .
best entertainment: of any kind nhu-h: } .I I I f MOTOR BOAT REGATTA ;f -
fOHNSON, Mgr ) . has appeared) here this season and I I WHEAT MARKET STEADY; TO BE HELb AT EUSTlS. '' I' i(--f. b b.I
Last evening Couinodore: Uurjroyne the company: will be assured a full I I
chaperoned-a of ; gent'emen i ir i PROVISIONS ARE DULL.I j ht'itatwt! ::, 1 have: I t-t-n !'> rr';srd '
party :r::1 l hone the next time they (onut: <> : '> f.
- ....- .. at the new Daytona! tllt'alt'f.fter Daylona. I i i rmr.xoo.( ( ; t'.h.' i >-ihwheat! :a number of boat owners to a'.w'>

;. the play the chaperon d were entertained -i I -- I II r !iiiik: >'t v.attfudy/ <.n! good cables''and ,' the motor loat regatta! to !In' I li.- ,Il I i ion I I ... :

aters.en ., with the ifipe organ and "other -I BOAT SINKS IN RIVER I II I I Wednesday, February 22d p : lila: receipt.Pr, vi,. >ns were! Lake KiistLs F 'l nuiry ri: Th.-r + I' I Ja

: things" at the commodore's resi II I I First, !last and all the time, then a ': being a Legal Holiday in th ; : 1./u.,, 110-: s!..\\ :and <-utte! j j will be prize to th- \\'.1U) T!l lidt:: .
dence. The "other ? the I I THREE PERSONS DROWN fair I esteady.' I carnival parade of Iwate.: T:." r".I.j,
things" held price for it. That's the rule ful- : State of Florida the : I .211 '
rr' Party together while the host "periPetrated" -I i CLARKSVILLE Tenn., FebIS lowed at this store. The next time I I from Daytona to Eus'Ls is no:.. "'11 .

: Puccini's 1.a l.ohemt'. -Mo I The towboat Chauncey Lambright you need (Jroceries: or Vegetables let I| BANK will be KENTUCKY MERCHANT 'I and it claimed the di" aiicIiaytona from ( .;q

zart's Fantasia in F'and Nicolai'sEine struck a bridge pier here today and us supply you. You will find the I closed for business on thatday. t''' TAKES CARBOLIC ACID'iJ.IJlSOX'ILLE. I| to 11161:; i... i i-{ urns :about half r ...

.. test Burgun t'r Gott. sank. Two members of the crew and difference in the vastly I' w hat is Was by tljtoM: r'niti--/ ; '
j jv (JualitJis I All orders for I!, Ky.. K-b. l IS-KI t _
-- ----------- one woman were drowned. greater than the difference in the Ii I currency, :I .t. Ashlby, proprietor of the largest j ==-=.-=-.: ..---. =- --.:.-= ';

omen I price. i I payrolls or transfers of money : store in central: Kentu c, comniitu-d : Druggist1 i 3
.: ; ":.. - -. SECURITIES SHOW GAINS; i I should be made by Tuesday, I !suicide today by takm: : carbolic t I j :JCHURcir. ;'. i i

t.ITI.ftt -I & STOCKS GENERALLY FIRM. I acid. Ill health is given a, th 37 ''l t; .r,
I CONRAD GROCERY Feb. 21st. j : I t.J treet ...
S A cause. Florida. '
'!".... ; NEW YORK. Feb. IS-Stocks were :
.ndren's .... .. (I 1 I 1 : .
firm today, many securities showing' I This morning, just as F. M. ItO\\t'. \ SaPflellin' oodJr tht fialv/; j ;

:, Don't Miss the Great substantial gains. Southern Pacific: I II of L. II. Rowe & Co., had completed>>l ;i I ,-
Preferred: opened 1 1-4 higher. Trading COMPANY Everythingto
.f the trimming of the show "'indo.Of ;,
eaters was acute Cotton was steauy, | their jewelry store, a larger bras; :; ..
97c.Razor fite to 14 higher. be found in
'PHONE 61. lamp in the ceiKfr of the display: a

Two ti.-U.-t-to th. ''ry-til th-nt- r will: !I.... broke in the metal stand and precis: : first-class I I1'I j
F Sale STEAMER HITS BARGE; islvt-ii, II.kI..htt... tun If h- will" .-all:. :a! I'M: ., i, hated the lIta5hade., weighing:
:"i.o nu-i-lo foi- Mimaji) uiiilit.Daytona j ,
LOSES STEERING GEAR. i'" pounds, among the various art;- Drug Store t I
off "' This / ---- I<[-f-s! surrounding it. FortiiLa-y! The i { 1
is Lod
an opportunity no NEW YORK, Feb. IS-The s earner I e i
:: w.ndow w-r. nut brokn.!; : iithr: wig : Prescriptions a Specialty.
t-- I No. 1141
..: liayamo.: New York to Cuba lIIa.II
man shou11 miss. MERCHANTS the Ian,;> -i I :"j. ,:..1"i i -..I>,>stars: *-!l' i Phone orders
"I steamer, collided with the stevl B. P. 0. E. :few art . ''J.- : damaL'Hi.but promptlyattended p

':' HANKINS l The' Druggist, barge Caddo off quarantine today. Meets Every Tuesday BANK ; ;it f.d! t:;---1 I to.Free .
The Kayamo's steering gear was car- <
j Evening. Visiting \\ indo
AT TilE t keral: ptr-:
PUArE: ned! away and the hull crushed iii': Members Invited. ... Delivery.I (
Where "r: :f (" ':ll'T.:! '11' H.I'" IJ'!! : Jr. .
Volusia Meets\ Beach. the was f'' :iii{' :lfd! 'p' ;ai.i-h'! : \r: T. C. Fitzgerald, C. R. A. D. McBRIDE. PresidentJ
Telephone 69 Cl! ;ion: :i d Geo. F. Crouch, Sec. B CONRAD VIC President
CO.i '"f J, t F N. CONRAD CillO' .,.r rl

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---i1I ll. Two TH! tlAYTONA DAILY NEWS
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: r't', ....., GEO.WRAY Dealer ia- I T DELANO THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA j !

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\ PIANOS aDd DELAND the county seat of I < "I


CODcert TUDU is situated 23 miles southwest of

11 Q P'A' OS FOU UEST 1 COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the latter UNIVERSITY[

BANK city by an excellent hardsurfaceroad JIELAND' FLA.
recently constructed. Four l'ollf'gN and I
DELAND, FLA. Technical' i4cbool..
At DeLand is located the John B. Equipment 'o.t-
lag .- tt C'have
rl.T hW.o. Mrs
-" -- FOUND Capital $100,000Surplus I Stetson University one of the leading Endowment |sajj(. JOIntdSmyrna.
iI --' .:::- .. 't'l mill' ::fUIIIUIII- educational institutions of theSo61th. Faculty of 41) Pro-
:;,-:-_-:;_". ::.::::::: - I. .. WI\II\ t 1..lf. IIn III. ,. $50,000A. f.-! Pkoie 77 for of the interest in structors.
I 0' cO: _-. .'- and" jo. :::. ;:: -:I:;.Rn'ii': : knownas but non-fVt-tarUn'rhrMian In the prm,'nc( |
ICE CREAM ,.-t ....:....i. ..., ... MCBRIDE.. ., matters educational DeLand is T"t blng.
:. Ul -nt For
Pn ." Informaucn
[11 : "The Athens of Flori.< -
is nay quantity. WOMAN'S j address: Dr J l (
'.- j. B.('ONltA1 of
EXCHANGE Stetson University haa faculty Lincoln .
.Vic -Pn-sldent: Hnlley. Volusis.e.
Y..I" 'no. I There Ph. II,. Lltt. JJ..
h 50 and instructors.
III European \ J: 8. A. \\'oon. LL.D.
Resl..r..1 ... ..... "i i ('ashlrDREKAS are over $400,000 in buildings and Pres1dn, At the rep I

equipment; nearly $300,000 endowment Tribe :No :21.1:-
- .. ......I.B.B9B.B.B.B.B..... .' By L. C. DEMAREE. '--:-------- Tact must be apparent to the most ; a Carnegie Library alone representing J. W. Men held \\f

superficial observer.Vith such lavish an invcstment in building, PERKINS Thompson w.
One of Daytona's crowning glorIes
I I : ..HATS j is her incomparable beacn. Xo BUSINESS AND wealth of natural beauty it became DEPARTMENTSTORE' endowment and bocks, of more than degreephone

: : New Stock Just in at : lone .hj baj ever set foot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS an easy thing foi the hand oi I 120000. The library is the United Attorney andCc.uusdlor :2S:
ran: : to give the finishing touches States Government depository for the
smooth packed sands; no one whoever :
: Pack's Bargain House : colors j tug and or -y
pedaled a bicycle over its expans. winch have wrought out EVERYTHING! State of Florida, and contains over
: 112 South Beach Street. : and outlines of the big picture. I TO EAT. Science Hall one at Law
who ever drove a 15,000volnmes. -
; ........0................. ; no one all out TO WEAR the"newest with Mrs U I
prancing pair of horses and listened -. Man did this in thelayrng II TO USE of of 16 buildings day afternoo

; ........K................ to the popping of their steel shoes of the streets with th-nr wide] marginsof -4Rldlnl its furnishings, represents an outlayof wm Practue instate a couple ofKathenne :
c, .......................... parkage. The entire city becomesa Hall is of
j. : LING WAH-CHINESE LAUNDRY upon Us phaltum-like face; no one U I I 1taoiiiElevator $60,000. Elizabeth one andFI'dt'rlJ.l B
tit JfO. BEACH ST.. DAYTONA, FLA. m great park. with driveways inter- KervlwK .. beautiful college buildings '
4 S iTess Khlrts li'NIpht': Shirts 10. who 3ier steered a hign-power automobile : E. S. HALL : the most Mrs EmmaRldgesood
:- i : Whit* "Shirts IItIWt' K l ln Shirts 1 In Z down the broad stretch of U !seatint. rnllgs; upon miles of .st> llooinG.ADREKAiCO. in the South. Courts aj

.. Check New Hhlrts Hhtrts 13Imiwfrs"rndrrsbirts.,' *8 .Z wave-wasted and surf-packed sand : Architect and Builder : ways :,{) good as to attract drh'e'l The city has a population of about

p Collars h1rt8colIhrHt.ort'u1h s ISKocki.siHHndk;,.. pt'r-rclilf9 pair :3 i Z Z. but realized: that it is a world beater : ';0. =it i44' Palmetto Ave. : I from all! over the contin nt. I EL\N1>. KI A. 3,500, with a thickly settled country PrLAND, F L.\. )1 lout- t'Fjtiterald '
a .
a Ladles clothes ah'orrf'tJlondlng, prio*' 2 a world-wonder. Go stand upon : DAYTONA. FLORIDA. UU j And as for the pavenie'nt pa\e- adjacent DeLand proper is five ,%.
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....... .. this wi.le speedway and see the happy SISISISISISUSIS1SISSISISI.II.ISISISNSISISISUSIOISIS nK-nts thai look and act like granite miles east of the St Johns River, on

uiii.isisi............... souls flit by in joyous mood and - ------- ----- -- -wht>n:.. tlse between the eastern V YolusiajtonlyAbstract the high rolling pine land of the WRIGHTINSURANCE 'ita e coo

I. lanswcr whether this is not one of and wt'.torn seas are *o many milts great "Orange Ridge" of Florida. W.tJl ''am IVit'.ix
: : the seven modern wonders. !: in proDOrtion to inhabitants? The :; The predominating products are a no SL

: LAMB ENGINES : 5 W. C. CROWNING M. D. '''I Istvem'it question statds with the oranges.. and grapefruit the estimated s1isttt .I
I Halifax River.
: The Placid, Pellucid | AGENCY
'f HUPMOBILESDeaoaslrttion Fl h. Pr<'Md' -nt -11J -
: General Medicine and : I treet as one" of the chief drawing: Bert from tnis vicinity being over
fury I>. Ijindls.' Hw- crop ,
; : Given at Any Time. : Where think you is water with more : Obstetrics : cards. Till some unheard of place ntur.VHiuITreas.Abstracts. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes, cc'! 'to HIt

1 I PHONEWJ : picturesque: surroundings? Nearly a U Offic.! Hours: I 1OtoIlI.!i : :! 1to'-p.1II. reports more and better Daytona peaches, pears Japan persimmons
I : sz.................. ...... mile wide tringed with tropical vegetation : Over Kodak Place. Those 39. U throws down the gauntet! to the Furnished . strawberriesand DcLand Florida
SIISIIIISISIIISISIoIIISI and Titles'Perfected plums pecans .,
sai.isieisisui.isisu.iiuI artistic cottages with roomy world. other fruits are grown in plenty.In } ,' ,

verandas looking out upon her bosom --------- -- -- Squirrels Flowers/ Binds and Fruit. ll.I < I a
: COB ESPEDAHL : I the way of public improvementsare OLDESTLARGEST
I a Contractor and Builder gamey food fishes in countless numbers ..........................S DU WhKtev"one's shortcomings and and Insured\ many miles of fine shell roads, an \,

Designer and Craftsman beckoning as it were, to those : DR. J. E. RAWLINGS : however indifferent or even callousone Maps, Plats and excellent high school electric lights F, l.1 t l-. .
t U Bnperlntends Construction of BuildInge. with rod and reel;her bosom. flecked he to thngs the meremention Rlui-prlnts KupplledHrLAXH. \
,_, Piano and Hpideations S U may many a system of waterworks that is owned .1 t t- k
: on short Notice. : with duck and coot and snowy- : Physician and Surgeon .. (.f "flowers and squirrels.b.rds FLK.: and operated by the city, supplying I i I and BEST atin I"

: DAYTONA, FLORIDA. : winged sea birds. which sit about as < and fruits" will send thrill
u'FIe'1tlYR: KODAK PLAC: a the water at little cost l lbi. I"
L ._.._.._.._._.._.._.._.._.._..._.._._.. il for the sport of bobbing upon the :U Phone UB : :. that is reflected in dis'ended pupils BONDLUMBER Nine purest houses of worship testify that ;

; .......................... waves; watch that lubberly od! o U and pricked: ears. For Florida
white headed pelkan pouch a fat .......................... DeLand is a church-going commu- .
For e'e'istor; with FARMS .
-- -- -- a spare goober Methodists I. III I
OSCAR MICHAEL : Baptists Episcopalians -
mullet, and that fish hawk struggling .B.B.B.B.B0B.B.B.B.B.B.B. there u>'a bunny ready to come COMPANY (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES by _fcgme "
is : CONTRACTOR : upward with his floundering load he S U itiid accept your gift.; He will sit bolt Manufacturers of l iMr'S
D. D. & C. M. ROGERS 1Civil Christians and Catholics, TIMBER or
I : Filling and Grading : snatched from the water : prvifcr'it' and knaw into o the meat. LUMBER
and Methodists
I : R I See the beautiful launches, spick besides colored Baptists TRUCK l .. I
Heavy Hauling a Specialty. 1 Engineers ,'; ca-tniA furtive: : saucy glances at youI }
UI I and span, with: hampers and lockers ; meanwhile SHINGLES are represented.The LAND da 44

.IisJlsiI1sisI.iiIIIuIsI bulging with refreshments both solid I DAYTONA, FLA. : :I'I Flo-vrs. Usually fresh and bloom, MOULDINGS graded school offers a ten bend for Bargain she (Dad! (>*>t
I I : @j ...! @!;. o:! . : :ng; the year 'round, you are reminded : A p'-ntMuMiry's--: years' course, and the building whichit l'iht'fto. last Sa'iird:>|

M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. ( beautiful surface. Take out your field; .ISISISISISISISUSISISISISIiSl ':I of Goldsmiths couplet where ParoiU: Hooting Paints occupies is newly furnished TIlE COULDWOOTTEN er anl.Ir!
: ''jrlass the throughout, and is one of the most
and river from \Vhlt. ball-iii.Tit
sweep 1 Smilm; sprng:' its earliest vi I MILLINERY I Ormond bridge to Poace Park .IIISISUIIISISISISIIISS And summer's: lingering blo:,sons: I (tlloorudo orpin: ('lny Plii't.I'.ru-k commodious and best equipped pub [ CO
I I light house then say v.llVther the Bond Hand Brick lic schools in the State. Ho> taatl l |
i I Halifax i iru. a thing of beauty and : E. L. STEWART 1U | are delayed.In H.ANP. FLA. I The trip from Daytona to DeLand I II !I'FI.ASII. FIJI
K 8 Beach St. and one yttl 1 roses of varigated hueiredoliuinat i
1 Fla.
Daytona. SurgeonS
; Tn
a joy forever, and one of the modern I is made by automobile in a little ()Atnl C
S i'| -liil lit t.'ntlon todi-tiiMv (>r tinK ; another household has
_ _ @_@_ _ wondc4i. *.-. Kiir.: Tliroiit mid NOM ojii.Hiul .-., S i over an hour and there are many will preachat
resldeno )111|!1101111 tixemii .;rd : a penchant! for the poiucetta and thepremi LANDIS & FISH file n
4 iaI om!' The U (door! "'.-.t of' P.O.. teleplion., "M'':! aflame another is. hid pretty drives in the vicinity of the THE
Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge. U is t re ; .
: <''tlichours: Ha in. toJ p. in.iB site. A good road leads to MorningMrs
: S den :in a jungle of tall cane. Variety Attorneys at Law : county I GORDONGARAGE
I East Florida
wood. .BBBB..*ISUSUSUSRSISUSMi.i.isisus : I'riicUclnp I In nil DeLeon Springs, five miles a historic I l..antz
I .s the spice of life and here is where Htate and Ki-deral Even ,
Ridgewood avenue Is upon the crestof -- --- -- i j I OourtKPf'Cfal spot where 60,000 gallons of water nef
find it.
t Telephone .
Company you
1d i a br.ad ridge. straight as the croW ..B.B.B.B.B...B.1 investigating!fncllltles and for bubble from the earth every minute. \ .rsisdI .
S i.1I The birds flit In, and with their
1111 Connections at Daytona flies and the wide spreading branches DR. F. H. HOUGHTON I Im joyous notes help to g \fullness po-rfttt'ttnjr IIp-I.AN I'. FI.A.STEMTSBLY titles. From DeLand automobiles go south DeLand The
ji of the Osteen 18 miles shell and
heavy-trunked live oaks ex- SDentist .nd to the I \ to on
: symmetry picture.As
I for Long Distance Points ,: tend thtir giant! arms across the magnificent I marl roads; the St.Johns is crossed by Headquartersfor w
I for fruits choice citrus fruits
I vsta, forming an arch. and I { Y I ferry near Ostcen and cars can then
H. C. U 1 Offli-e 111 Perk Blwk 5 Daytona: % .*Ids the palm to none for AutomobilesAGENT
THOMPSON Mir. from these extended: arms great festoons I'iIoNs :afV.t End Kouth Hrldce. U Isaac A. I4tewantEgford continue to Sanford and Orlando by
,: of Spanish moss sway as the : SSSI quality ana quantity per acre. There lily hard road. There is a shell road :: FOR
$$ !t .ISISISISISISISRISISISISRSISISIIISIS1SISISISI5IS ere scores of citrus'S; in prox- Mary Hte'wartAttorneys Maxwell Tour.
- - -- -- trade winds from the tropic; seas I at Law from DeLand to Orange City, five I ;
: XJ'' mity to the city branches (bending Cars and
fan them. Looking straight ahead and Notaries Public miles, and a good road from DeLand ing

: H. McCLELLAN ; :down this white shell street one has 2 T. E. Fitzgerald K F. ((alas : to the erth:: with their burdens of r'F.I..o\NI"I. FLA. i to Lake Helen, a like distance. RunaboutsArtburi.
lucious gclden globes which forbeauty.
the impression of a fairy path withlfisa
S FITZGERALD & OATES : and aU desirable
-.. profhcacy
I H I Mill Work i 'long and draperies cast an but eye as first' you to move the 2 Attorneys and Counsellors at Law 1 Qua.litit'swuld truly astonish you. J.A.ERICKSON. I BOND SANDSTONE BRICK Hunilln

I H|..-clal FIt("II It 10 :or Kxmnlnlni:; U CO'j Royal P.Hamlin
!. Write or ask him about anything Tight and then to the left you ire; m HIK! ivrf..<--tin-.mid Titus SI The Fastest Autos and The Finest ManufacturersLight

you want made oi wood EveryJ,J distinguished cottage homes: in the <(iITlc,' Conrad Butia!.ng. Phone li* 1 Out. & CO. 1 Granite, Buff, Red aol

thing the best. t most delightful settings.See .......................... Lsirpe! "stock of I Drab Brick HAMLINHAMLIN
The "f>\"t i.Th world wonder do
I yuuik
Pianos Organs and I
!.h. glistening leaf of the l.a rg.- C'Hr-i'-px! :'. '!.,". Prompt Silp-
North Ridgewood Ave. Phone123 | & i. .; . .i. ![ ? Come whether from Mifesou: : I Sewing Machines in, ills \v--i-. t. r !l.otkI.> t iiiid I'ricts.. &
( !" S I\! !
magnolia which nature has varnishedas Still'it f.f J-i: -'fr.\i.!1.-
JKt hiLiN.: : t"J.-\
:! '. I i or frwu )'l ine.; from Kalamazoo oT.mbiuto i .
I l'iLtNl.ALLEN'S.
\'I!(! no) artists Lru ; : ;. : j4nd you will be "shown"h I'
I the t-abbiup palms with their burdens .. LAKE HELENS
I Physician and Surgeon re i is whtre the world's: record for

I PICTURESQUE? ( [ PORT ORANGE[ I" ,,f :;!lOW)' fruit alaI swaying IJa1 itS. ; 'PI.nuioiiiii: i'i"i\- iiitii I ii .11-. -.th.-.1 I, .spet-d I is broken ,.-.th every recurring I by several pretty lakes Attorneysand

I : -te tb-i lovely! holly: with its e\qm&- !-, )1. E: 4htircti.!' itKi > !IIIIIIK :-n.! : |p. f : "-\",.'-0'1. Autos! the bi.rgest: the faaZ- and
j ;te Uiry; see the climbing vines ,,1.r i t !! tt. and th -' finest: ; aron daily parade Lake
: Helen a winter resort of Law
'IIHT tlR.\Scwt.: I- no
:a rr.'ttt'link,'1J III:: : PORT ORANG[( 'a u.m.:1s'in not in forms the trees wuich; see gain the a ernI foothold >-- !)'!'!' '! !'S'.". ... !,!,!,!e.. !'!'!'!'!'!J and the big how: is as free as I DRUGGISTSJEWELERS little importance. Camp Cassadaga,

I : ;
.tuittCt th'' I11.outhol I -- --- t.e )pure artesian waTer from the I a spiritualistic
1)iLytOfl on ': jn the great oaks and iiitely::: @ ,!,!. I'i'!'!'!' '! !" j tnoiisatd' of flowing wells. 1tS; a camp-ground is 1'FI' \NI I>. 1'-L.o\.
HOUSE I i p.tj'uis: : anti surely mil join I I'tLAXK FLA. ated near Lake Helen and at this
he Iaytona.N.w you in
,'on Miaoushow: with a constaiitlj
' f'myrna hllnt ..Uf- Uhe! flora and say that this is a i ILADAS' POOL PARLOR j place several hundred people make a
...... ,. shut;; acetic.Eveything i winter
rond. t h. .nil' 1 I' headquarters. A laige lumber
world wonder for beaut O11TAI'iiDALAND
s. Fred Cemings I } ;, NOW OPEN. .,! I G. W. Fisher
::1ghwayotbi' tIt: goesfrom a i mill and the largest brick plant in

.'(*'atdonth tt. Th. town' 1nH.ma is Owner aDd Manager I Surpassing Beauty cf Our Cottage 'I| Clean and Warm and : power up 1(. a ft-hOY5C 2-horst'l I DrugCo. i the South are located at Lake Helen. FLA.
>( .
1tIvr. "nd 1'Nnn4Ct44 I Homes. \ A Good Place (to Rest i J1 degree of peed from a canterto I Drugs, Stationery, ORANGE CITY

I t with tlwyinInn1ts PORT ORANGE Xo one of Daytona's attractions { Play Pool Now I a two-mile-a-minute clip. You will Hnyler's Candies, I CothingFurnishingsJ
l' opposIt'tyahrtd. I I piobably catch the spirit when you Kodaks i The principal attraction around
... perhaps commands more nearly universal | Checks Given do the roads and the beach are yours I CigarsUPLAND. Orange City is the many handsome Shoes '
J FT.A.A. .
The to"n. III w.IIIMId BEACH" attention and praise than does I Myrtle Ave. and Beach St. i; The Florida sunshine is free, the golden orange groves. The town is 1 1'I

out and bomt'bft". Lots for Sale. the artistic! cottages. The owners of :! ccccc @ t J I baJmy ocean breezes are free, the supplied with v.aler said to be the

A many large pr.tty'numlof'r of these charming villas hail from every birds and squirrels and flowers are I A. K. VOODALL purest ia ttc world another attractIon

'nurld8 land wlnt..rrt'ddtntllDlk Liberal Allowed Terms for corner i,f the country and they bring ............................ free, the sparkling fountain water is I to visitors. It is at Orange City

Portrungp IMPROVEMENTSOcean i their own architectural plans and : When You : Tre: and you will ha"e to go down The < that passengers over the Florida East
( winter hezd.uartfrL I bufld upon them and, as the archi- Looking I
or River iinto your wallet only for coin for Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and

"'. ral attractl eDt' of th.' Convenient FISHING to Automobile - I differs I<:"'ture from of one the section architecture of the country of another : Some One to Do .* '! auto, and bed and board. GROCER drive to Dcland. The town is snr- gj

I 1..lnll: tb f'JC.'t'II.'nt: Hare COUTH' This is EO:: fanciful picture; its all rounded by land peculiarly adapted'
and llridgv.Ar so do our homes differ in PELANI'. "1..4.
fI..hlng.t : here. It is drawing other thousandsand tc iLc: cultivation of citrus fruits. i I Fl:I A D, FLOW J.A
,>|>lT to I
abort distance outward appearance and .structural |i Electrical Work i
", .\it Dt Port Orange t'nt beauty from one another.: There are ho'dnp: them enthralled: it will

Lr, the remains of Port Orakpe, Fla. no monotonous rows of strikingly charm and hold ,'ou. Come and see :............................................ .......

she old DunlawtonS PHONE 14 i
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similar build'nes but the eye, as it : ---
mill. a place -------- --- .
that is TI8Itf'd s'trS )' I Port Orange twnep* by is treated to a kaleido- "From thc Grove to thelable"INDIAN : THE DAILY NEWS i

esrbyhundrtd'Of scopic change which keeps the mind JFORLAWit i .

"urlJlh. One II 1111' OYSTER{ CO.P. : wond ring. "What next?" RIVER GRAPE .. ..

...1 the'("ountr"t't... PUPONT j jir01n'r It I U no:: only the exterior of manyof FRUIT AND ORANGES :. .
surrounding *
II Port Oran" ( and in-nUrl ELECTRICIAN. .
tbl' old I the3 homes which rivets. atten- GroAii on the Halifax. :

"1:11.: waq, a vast in.digoan. OYSTERS andCLAMS I tion; wuh.c they are models of convenience : Best Prices Best Work The finest quality of fruit for sale I .: Gives Away to_some three persons whose :

!: sugar cane Pt.OrMnkreIVHrtonnffl I and the finishing and furnishing : NORTH BEACH STREET i in single boxes or car lots. Special :. names were mentioned inthe :

.htntatlon.The>mill Jive evidence of the elegance attention paid to filling orders. ; : -
'!IIUS operated eatenftely i i ii ....4..4.................. Eve F Day previo-us :
and cultivation of those who worked MUNROE V day's paper
in thosearly C. flOV ES[ --- - & STEVENS : __
,!,'ysbuthastsenIa I it all out. Indeed it is the interior .......................... GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. : .

di"u.... for forty orrrtv I :arrangement and artistic furnishing .
Estate j
ye 11 r!'. Insurance : and snHding more than the exterior! GROCERIES : Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. :: Four Tickets to the Crystal .:

s-cr. interetincttrist i l I
?ppearr that gives a surpassing o Theatre and Merchandise
from I'atoiinI rOTAiYPUBLlC I i - 4: a :
I charm to Daytona homes. at L.I aiid ] .. vt.nc: -. . . .. ,
I I.. .lkean: I.'adltn I This fe.il ? ,! i. . !,!... ,..i ...i !.i.,'.'!'. S. 4
1 ti.. !Il'proJ.-J1 iii11t. __Port Orsnjfe fla.S. I l ture Justly merits prom nel.ce as another 1 JOHN. POLLITZ. 1S 4 S Order for 25 cents on some :
,.. .
Port Ora n>! WQter.Streets MESSING : .
S ... ',, . ,_ "_ I- local store. .
t.rkie. acmth. SISISISI1S5I.g.ISSI.ISIII I. I "' \ .4 : : : : : :
l'fl.1 : n nil t ft. III' ard Pavements the Most S 'I
S. 6. HARIH! I ISISISISISISISISISIS1SI.IsMcDonald's fi- ( Fresh Fish : .
I :.ngtbrou.h:: C"I and Best. aj . .
I nn'IIJIlI tr..t of : Boat Yard 1U V "". r;> Clams --- .
t :
:'ort tiitfli.:.' '0 tho [General Why thq Architect of the t'nil'.p Lslabhrted: 1903 : .

111,11. of th.' :. chose to give: Daytona the : and Rose Bay Oysters : Watch for them i :
r.h..t, ofd sur:: Merchandise\ most adrnirab I CHAS M. McDONALD. Proprietor = ---your name maybe C

II11i. ;..turn!. .: 14.laytosaahyth. I : !< the most picturesque na'ural :I: Railways. Boats Built Repaired : ; Market t on South Beach Street : gI

.' 1'0..1. Pert e-aij j IH"ttiIgot: all the cities of the South and Housed. Phone 5 : next.
: Prompt Delivery ,
on th mninlrnd. : 'l is no: revealed, but that! such is a ,' : : ,-

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Curious; n ..n'J That : I I St Mary's, Daytona-!Sen:: ice and 11 NEW SMYRNAHOWE 1

Lj : A Seventeenth Century Cookbook sermon [tt:4.: ::;. :Miwic) ; by vested choir.
ofty | Savages to Terms. I j Tells Why It Was Invented. j I ,
STETSON J The ambassador who : I i Grace; ( Church Port Orange-Sermon I SMYRNA is situated fii- \
J A valet of Louis X 1luhIisllt'ol( a NEW miles south of Daytona ORANGES
oflat. his tuuatrj's rights: must '\ ; and !services :3: I
'ookbook;: in lit"' In latish' lu ;gives sis I and is an ideal spot reached I If: want the
J .r and call into use the dfi'ivt AND \ you.
UNIVERSITY ; ; follows: the reason:: for the invention of Grace hutch New Salyrca-Sf'lr' 'I from Daytona by a hard surface road t" t.i 1.. .t Orange
And after all. his plans l
> .
may npptytt
ace DELAND the hollow s, plate: CURRIERFLORIDA winding; through one of the most picturesque -
FLA. trated or unexpectedly furt h.t'S and sermon Iwo::: p. m.111 !
Four College and 6 ( The plates tf the guests will:! le; hol- I : parts of Florida. Point Grove
Technical Hchooli. some happening; entirely : seats free at all s niers.I With its ancient ruins dating backto .
B. Equipment Icw In order that they may help themselves i i I forth --tJlandIn--
s W. C. Chowning and baby control lu a biography of a time when the history ot man dlIIlI.rOnanj .
Mrs. :
nearly HOOAO.)( ) to a!* mivli Strangers; welcome. i
'j' as they
d soup may i LANDS
Endowment $300jOuO Hart, Juliet I.redoii instances runneth not. interlaced with wires Ill" brit l In th
the Faculty of 49 Pro.' have Joined Dr Chowning at New without parallel as a case : want without bring obliged; t'o take It |I ---' M I of the modern telegraph and telephone I ,tat-.
in true f-ssors tor .and Ins Smyrna where he is now engaged luck. : spoonful by spoonful UHIIUM, d the stay (KMYItXAFI.OKJIA: its miles of shell streets as Oro>c situated II n
but non fwctarisn Christian' In the practice of medicine. of those 1 dfagust they may have: for one anotheron I WASH THAT ITCH AWAYIt hard and smooth as a floor and over- from I Daytona OB
wn j During one the Ua) tona-N w
For Information.Teaching. 0 1 which periodically ;> seeing; the spoon go from the mouth I is said: that their are certain M. LEIDERSDORF arched by hoary forest giants that Smyrna Road.
addrt>s<: Dr. J. C Herman. Osteopath 20 of Formosa American sweep i to the tureen. eprings in Iutope; that give relief and Resident Agent grew in stately grandeur during the Prices Moderate

of Lincoln Hallev' Vohisii Ave., Daytona. Phone 40. tf wrecked and the crew I Guests. It will be seen used their cure to I>/-a: and other akin diseases Town and lapse of bygone centuries, New FERD
ire Ph. ufcU. 11.. aborigines. The nearest ': own spoons to fill their plates, the If you knew that by washing: Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNProprietor

and President' At the 'regular meeting of Osceola consul thereupon Journeyed : large spoon to be used for serving the in I these waifis; yon could be relieved Property and rest.

owrep.- 1 1J. Tribe No. 21, Improved Order of Red the savage territory In order I j i soup not being invented till !some' time from that awiul. its'h, wouidL't you All nature here is very inviting to

;; Men held Wednesday night L. L. terms with the cannibals I j later. make r\ery ...furl to take: a trip to the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
fug, J. I; PERKINS >;:' Thompson was given the Adoption emergencies. '' Yet even a hundred years' after the Europe at on.MWould. yon not be
R.SJIALElf 1 L f Y too is to be found the best fishing and
than degree. I 1 I Unfortunately the chiefs I| invention of the soup plate ((1710! > a milling to spend your lat cent! to find
j hunting in the state of Florida.
\ listen and would have i| work on civility advised that nil the the cine*
ited Attorney andCounsellor 'Phone 2S will call for your clean :,,: with the agreement prepan-d : 1 dishes should be so pln.on) the table) But you need not l Dave home for General The people are thrifty the business I f

the t 1 ing and pri-Fs1ng. tf BURNETT. :, signature. :| that every one could! reach them with these: distant! spring K.-IJ.*f in right Hardwareand men enterprising and all unite ;

over at Law __ __ I'i j! The consul was Irritated by I his spoon anti tint if the soup was: here In your own hoai town! in extending the welcome hand of i t 1t 1
one 1 :Mrs. W. P. S'.oughton arrived Fri stinacy. He had a bad i served) In a dNh (tureen every one: I A siiniile wash of 011 of Wintergreen hospitality to strangers. There are ,
with glass eye and when be lost > should! help: Mnwlflfh: his own Thymol and other ingredients( Builder's
1 day afternoon from Chicago, III., for I five church edifices for white people
without! seeming If in a* compounded only in U D D. 1'resrription -
tlay I the second annoyed him. spoon to a hurry.
Will Praetlee In a couple of months visit with Mrs. I and an equal number for the colored
of stress of excitement he O<"l' A work on manners' that appeared: J will bniiA Instant: relief to
e i
state andFederal Katherine Beebe and her daughter. Furnitureand population; the town has an excel.
.* slipped the eye out for a just before the French revolution! j that terrible burning; itch: and leave
pugs Courts Mrs. Emma Beebe at their home on f bed) It violently on hU coat deemed It best to advise! Its renders' the akin as smooth: and healthy na lent high school. a splendid public

Rldgewood avenue Blake. as rapidly replaced it. that it was!' Impolite: to pass the spoon that of a child UndertakingNew library, aad up-to-date business 1

utntry :; there In the council hut, back and forth between the month and I If you have not already tried It. get houses I
INLAND, FLA, ; e Money to loan o n good security. getful of his audience and i the tureen. I II At least 25-cent bottl" today We as SmyrnaTHE There are any number of pretty

five Fitzgerald< & Gates. tf soul could 1 say the 1'orlU :1 I lure you of instant iclief. homes for the permanent population I .
r, on j lent of "Jack Itobinson.: i i The Saint's Larder. I The Atwocd i!
mt'rl'I Pharmacy which numbers close to 2,000. and
the WRIGHT i IIave room for refined young lady The chiefs paled" stiffened" Not much is: known In this countryof I Ht
W. M. HankinsrftLii
some fine winter residences. : STAKBASK T
with family houseboating on the! Halifax ed with frl ht. One with St. Corentin. but Quluiper. where be \ very t _ i

INSURANCE and St. Johns. river for her services ence of mind than his dwelt. cherishes:< a legend; of him. According : OCEAN I HOUSE There are good hotels and boardinghouses : : etF
are Ot1 ttl M/O '
tcd 4gas j as companion and teacher to for a pen. ; to the: \"l'rsfn! ;given by :Mary where you can find accommodations :, NEW t SMYRNA I _
L ( F. W. SAMS to meet !
the requirements.
AGENCY three small children. Rt ply with: ref "Yes quick a pen: AtkiiiNon: in ",1 Chateau In Krittany," ql your
over from mouth to, mouth. No 1'1:' 'I'H lET.tit", Adjoining New Smyrna is as tine a JOtl"li T. HXMMO.ND: I
M. K. \V. AllenlrJist: Fla.
_: erences. "God; pleased: with his life of diotlon 1'if.Ulfnti.O. ( .
apes, hesitation all can
/ nacy: no more ; section of vegetable land as be
providiil' his: food.! A littl.ti>hswam Rates: I. HKNMNGTransacts: : !
I (;
DeLand, Florida : WANTEDYlme waitresses. $1per l;, clamored: to sign; willinjr, \- : 5 DR. DAVIS PantherapistPENINSLLA I I found anywhere. This land has been t',,- ii-. r
rriesnty t ... to yield (to any demand: to him every day presentingits 53.00 per Day
I divided into small farms which
r month rcoiu: and board1>1'1)' DRIVE can
gifted with the! !supernatural' : > side: that the hermit might o'ut : ', a
Hotel Gran da, St. Augustine. 6-3t(; K "', I II..!:-. V.;. -1..1, \\'. l.-l |1"0 : Special per be bought at reasonable prices.. Someof :: ,
for iicrdvAs
.taking out his eye antI (' away u stiJiii sent i"ClrtilIl his Mill., General
cut' OLDESTLARGEST : Week the finest celery in the state
thrown I iiziik mId grown
pleasure might mafe.Teaching;: soon ns l it was $ DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA '
anighte Miss Lilla E. M. Sheppard Prof.F. the water the lilt )Uvulae imincdiuelwhofe ; iy - I to:" 110 liT IIUltlll;: !;: is raised on this land. All other vegetables Banking '
"I'u.t'i: ', j i- II c.r". I k e"nt1".und. i'i'a I HIII I'i-ten. Business i -
E. raps|
i Sheppard's daughter, went to a Dog. again with no faintest trae ofthe -leuil'n 1 : ..nllh' ''attuu." "h, t"n" ,, grow in abundance and here t
weed i. Jacksonville: Friday afternoon tt> take For: Lost results one t> (cut.t i ''h.I'II' 1'1"11 t I!<--.. M:iiviy.: : 0,1 :\NKVn: ,\ too is the home ot the famous Indian 4 Per Cent. Interest i
and BEST ,
1 t. i., a'h.''. M-i.'i! ti. allli: l 1 K.i.rtii.: ';:. 'II F 1./lItI: I'.\ tin I lime: I IHrpovitsI
position the start of nurst dog and teach him hi i
lying 11 a upon young : ,
Y I It.in-: :il It 0.li w- "t. Tip l 1..1'otllo" River oran;:cs .
'-1 1i : in Dr. Gary P. Rogeii. new hospital; duties gradual'') :Never : \ i :u.." :.li.-iniil, Ti111111, .nr ::t 1
that i but recently completed in that ct: '. lease the homestead alone ii mil |J. t- I .
For Florida I Fifty" Years Ago Today. L: i NN t;"'H" 0i .J -- ---------- ------ -- --- ------- -- - ------ t
WUlIW\"t'f have
mmu i : a dog: that :
'iethFARMS 1 1Pres. .'. FOR SALE-Launch Xedaline, 71- :Ne\er chain dog. Feb. 18. .. ... . ; .
by 26ft.,10hp.FaycCBowenen- jour All 1'nited States military ..........................
GROVES : 'at;\ } necessary." : Tom' h him his !

olics, TIMBER or I gine. McDonalds boat ya.rd.1 -tts and make hint obey you upon | posts in Texas were surrendered\ : R. H. MCDONALD i: I! Co.l
or word and he will not \' to the Confederates) I by General: The Joseph Zapf
ctboTRUCK Mrs. F. C. Gardner returned Fri- lines. Treat him like a i J). II: Twiggy; ; U. S. .\.. nunmaiider .* MEATS i .

ten LAND I ,.!,:', day afternoon from Chubb where him his food and cool I water I' of the department. :
tend for BArgain she had been with Mr. Gardner sincelast Inauguration at Montgomery, I JACKSONVILLE. FLA. :
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hieh t I"hrtto '. and be kind to him a.t nil I I : Florida and Western .
Jefferson I a\Is and Alexander
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fished Saturday and rejoint'd her moth you will h:1u noble : ,i n.t'l'hl'ui:;! : as president' : : The Choicest Steaks and : t Is justly callel the largest and most reliable liquor :
THE GOULDPOTTEN t er and Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Gardner: Life. i
most oa Soutih Ridgewcod avenue. The late Julia- Ward llowe |i and vice president) of the .Confederate .: The Primest Roasts JT house in Florida. Sole distributors for :
lab. I States: America. In
CO woman: of good : : ,
;. Hot baths Hooper's Barber Shop. extremely nlotesL very I his address' Mr. Davis said, "Asa j >*l I.*pi! >nt. > u'* what,.you want and, wewlU'tud. 4 : Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer i
nd necessity" not as! a choice, we -avor to that you get It.l'honr *
little !I'KLANn, FLA, I The pastor-of-,the Me'lhodist- church ton"She painter one posed the other for me.day. I, have resorted to separation." J $ ; J : Special attention is called to the :

many ,, will preach on the following subjectsat hesitated a long time before Salutes of 10$' gu.ns: were fired at : MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. :
I Charleston and Mobile In honor POULTRY *
f the THEo the regular service Sunday: ing. To urge her on I said: .
I afraid I'll do of the inauguration.The : Tinarllcryou "burr "oururllt'r the : -
.lornlng-UThe rest that abides 'Don't be ; )
tostand t GORDONGARAGE Mrs. Lantz of Pittsburg. will sing. madam. I first Italian parliament ** I lii-tti-r fli.iiniou: hIof: g-llilt. : Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. :
opened( at Turin. the cholivit. +
water Evening "American Citizenship.; .\h. she answered!' 'it I ..................................................44.C .
mute. Everybody invited. I ask for at your hands; It's: mt'rl'I I: ..........................


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I : .. ....... ........... ".1.11...................... ;DAYTONA DAILY NEWS ,Peninsula Variety :+-........................,......................, ......

Published evening except f JB- r.

Anthony ofhersj day! from December 1 to April 1. by i Store | WE SELL I .. HO

J Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of. ; .
T. E. FITZGERALD Editor. KsefrptJonal l Mort'-ytavingValuta .
in : lubricating oils on the market. i
I I II C. S. HARRIS, City Editor. Enamel Ware 'i
HARRY L. ROOD AdlanagEr .

GEO.:: F CROUCH. Superintendent. Japanese Laces China WE REPAIRAutomobiles i ... L. M

I FURNISHINGSt I II Entered as second class matter i e

GENTS1 December 1. 1910. at the postoffiee Ribbons : of all makes and in any condition. : Greatly Enlarge]
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i at Daytona, Florida i under Act of Opposite Webster's Grocery Store I ,. ; Sides
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I SHOES I IAT :March 3, 1S79. Seabreeze Ave. i :.. .. ...

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STORES' I Daytona, Ormond, Titusville, .Daytona Florida. If .-...-..-.....-.-...--..-.-.--.--....-..-.-....-...11................. i Central Auto Garage. j i .

f Palm Beach, W. Palm Beac h.NN t .1. "HUIUIIKtJ I IS

-................. eH.-............. Complete' Machine Shop- : :.......++....e.e....+...+...'.*................+...+} :........

| Clarendon! d 6 Garage g Co C REPAIRING Or ALL KINDS BY :

.N.........................NN................. A COMPETENT MACHINIST. .................................NNNN............
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I i.By I o AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. (555.:I.IrJcil:: : ; !.b..Ilt;('. : ': ;. Manufacturers ofT + S

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++++.+.....+.+..+...+++.+.+....+...*.+....,.* ......++++. lI I Ith I l ... Laths. Sbin,le$, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick Lice ted Cement in Stock z :
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ATLANTIC COAST LINE.Best iiiir..iirrr'iiiri.ir.ir iiiiii. .Wi.i"i- I II I TRAINING SEALS. Zt i 'Phone 83. R. J- MALBY Manager. i e..

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h These Dexterous Animal Easily All depai

Service to the East :5 BY THE GOSSIPER. :5 Taught to Perform Tricks. "The cardinal principle! In training <. selected Iron
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Palmetto T.imited. f( Arrr i.leave-Havannuh Jacksonville):....::::::. .7.na.m.11.Sa.ui.::: : animals," says an animal trainer "N i Aujrusia,.. ..... ......... 6.;
  • DAILCarrying through Coaches, Charleston .... ........... c._; not to attempt to make: an animal doanything
    Pullman Room :: Riehliond! .. ........ .. .. .f.i..ai.bleepers 1',11I. board of trade will be held in contrary to the nature of its ( with all the e
    IDectric-Lighted Drawing :\ ........ .... I .
    .. It.hll1t'ton. >I.loti R.m. the Elks hall next Monday evening
    Dining Cars. Jacksonville to aultllllur.. .... .... .. .1"11.111. particular species. To be successful: a iI' j J finest Chefs,
    \. :: R'. Yhiladrlphla.1 .!. ."......1t.:5un, and civic pride should! lead every trainer must know enough about flat'habits J
    .NtW York. .... : ....
    fit* York i3ip.ni.:;i business man and citizen up the I' of the animals he has under !II' i'i j' I Iof : Summer ad

    New York and Florida Special. .- .. the hall to attend this fit the tricks he vould teach :
    / imuy Kxt-ept suminy. $ <. !* stairway to training to .....
    / Iave Jack.nvillr....... ........ .... l.lop.m. I' I Use :......
    Description of thUp'Pu''train' de Lux. meeting. Subject* of interest them to their natural bent.
    ,Hjivananh:, ............. :...... 5.'*p\JIl. I
    This train const* of imilman '
    Room Mate Room. NUplnp' PiiUntcand Prawlnc Li-) (.JRrl..tou.... .... .............. K25' H.MI.ImryObMrvation to the city and every citizen will be "The seal I Is very easily; taught.; You'j II time I Ihot
    k. .-.! l tram.ArrivrRlehiiond ............. .......... 7.It5nm.tpnipped I spending your sweating over a
    ears -at by ( discussion and begin' with one seal Mime !small' piecesof
    with thenrwhlglt-etcwlhrukr..and Washington.....................! .;,)BJJIM ... brought up for ac- I I...1.......
    .brilliantly linhtnl!; throughout; I.,.electric- BaltliiM.r- .,., ......... ,..,.....11,17: a.m. tion and you should be there. fish anti a string. You let the seal; stove these hot days trying to get .
    n berth,. cpertHl affording I lights perfect rlng comfort pro'ldtd'for In writing each \ i1'e.tPbIIwJtlphla.N"w. fork. Penn. ..K.....H... 1.4tf p.in -:-++ sit on his pedestal something! he likesto I the family ironing done on time when I ..

    odor reading at nlpht. x $ta..7th Av., :3-Jd! Ht.... SfA p.m. That the many-s:.ded gentleman do by natureIbeu Lou throw him e ..

    .... ......... I one of the pieces of fish: and I he na !! you .
    I* \ J krln'.lUe. 1/5a.m.] Commodore Burgoyne, long recog tn-I
    Florida asd West Indian Limited. ( ArrlyetwvannaJ.. +.......,......... 1..111 p.m. I I rally and easily catches It. :Next ; anZEa: .
    ............ ... fi. Ilized by the community generally I .
    .. llpllI. I tie piece of fish on the end of
    DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches, I rhariel'ton.. .. ..... 5.4 a your | AMERICAN TRIC IRON .
    1l.1II and the Benchers especially, as a
    S Electric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room I Richmond! ....... ........ f jj'Beeping by I string Bud swing It toward the peal j'I .
    : ...... . JJ| |; .
    u hlnjton. great moral teacher is now engaged ; ConcededTwc]
    .. lie catches this, too, and
    Can:. Dining Cars. Jacksonville I Bultlmor.. ... ......./ ..!.111.112( ant! you keep | .
    w. Philadrlphta..1.1p:! . In what i.s believed to be the not i moving away from him and swinging .
    to New York. .. ...... ..... I .
    New York .L! ) p.m altogether .hopeless tank of teaching the fish to him from an increasing dis .

    Coast Line Florida Mail. Leave Jacksonville............ 7.% p.m. Water Commissioner' Spring the intricacies ft n<,e. =Now you are ready to begin ,j I) : ..
    ( Arrl\"t'Nt\"lIno h..l?."." of the automobiie. Patiently with the hat You
    >a.w. or cornucopia. put' a j I I. .
    DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches J Charienon. .. ...... ... sjftii.iii.
    and Electric htpd Drawing Room I, IaI/manta, ....... the commodore explains to the piece of fish in the bottom jof It and 1 $30:75 .. White Help i I IB
    1 ', .. ....n'v'ip'1"
    Beeping Cars. Jacksonville to SeYork'' .. p./itiiiiore11 ... . Iaau.ni.:: I II commissioner the relation ((1120)) toss it to the seal. The seal I is dex-I' .
    Bttop; .at Meal Htutlon. (I '. W. Philadelphia.""."."... sl ( 'of gas to spark; the niceties: of car- I I lerons by nature and his nose! quickly! i iI i The PruicFalm (i
    L.cl Sleeper Jicktonvllle to S \.nn h. New' York................ .. : burettor adjustment and the wily of I I I I detecting the fish In the tip of the f' : Ba -lJo tt]

    Best Trains i to f'the West. 1(111'11I'1'1 torque. Also how much wealth may j jbe i I' cone, seeks it out. The cone catches onhis I II ..
    I !snout and hr bites" out the fish and 1 I SameTH
    diverted from the gaping municipal .
    ( I Titus in tosses the cone aside. Before Ions he These are the Standard Laundry Irons and I ............
    a No. Z2. 'South Atlantic Limited j "0. ::1:1.II. :. and i.1 fJ'1 Montgomery Route ':,7 NoR" II Yu5; I ; maw of Judge by heading comes to associate the cone with tKh. are
    1 the direction labeled O. K. by thecity I i
    and he will catch any number of !similar ; for sale by
    L 1% m II.\ .. .. JII'k"On'III. ..Ar'' ... 'i pin .ii I 15pm; I l.v Jacksonville..Ar I 7JV"Hill I : solons The eommU'tiioner is I ones and toss (them aside when he ...........I
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    eJlllam Ar. \tllOtll... ....., LvIi'J5pin, '. : .dlaiii Ar Moiitioiii: .., I>.:KLV pill :in "apt" pupil-so "apt" that long fail. to find what he wants. .
    8.tO pm Ar..l.oul 'IIk .I. "'"atlll I2.1! pin |Ar.. RInninghau.Iv, c I .
    1'Gam Ar Indlnlllp..II..I.' 411))alit .....,,1'11I 'iAr ;Niihxill.Kviinsill"- . IC.-I/IIII apni! I I[before the conclusion of the first It.s-j j "Bala racing: t the big rubber! hall i is .
    s.4: IAr .. .e'inrtnnatl..Lv ".1111111I ''. .. . The .
    pm l.lnaiii \r. ; Schantz Electric Ice I
    7.10am Ar... ... t'Idago..Lv, I YslpntNo 7.44)snt'Ar.': .. "htl.ttni.. *..... In In't.istant' !I'.mplll I son! die sassed hiB teacher. Go based.: on the same: principle. The ball : .
    \f'Po/lIIII.-\r., .. ... \,' !u..l.t .5' pan ;Brother the commodoie sass j is soaked: in fishy brine and thrown to .
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    LO. some himself. the ":il. lie pets!' (the odor and trig< .
    51' I i ip.26 Dire: FIr'er Route I I I No. 1<:. I IJu'koflllrlll. !.=!.I Seminole Limited No. \ j his .best. to pet, Into the ball and tint: ; and Water Co. I ..

    The old saying Is that doctors! i what he is after. This; results in his: ; .

    pm Lv . ........ ..kr. 7:': '1ant1o. ",1t1.' poi 1.\ .. JuJio"'IIJa) : :Ar i.II-: lever] take their own medicine, but balancing the ball .>n his nose, n fat t.. .................................NM......M.O...... ..
    pm -\r.\\.I1."ro.s .I y :1I1I1II 111.4.1 hut' .\r"I' ... which ,
    . I L'ro Iv Lisaln his supple' neck and his natural .
    7 ((aim Ar..itlanias.} Lv cs'' pn15.45pu,1Ar. :':'IIIII .\r.. .\11",11" .. I.' 1.1.8/11. .his statement is not always applicajjle
    .. ... 'aI1'l1h'; I.,'/ fI.w suit 1 I1.saui: \r. feeding habits! are all adapted and i 1- .
    e.Itt am i.Ar.... l'htrago I.v N.+ pne7711Dun .I.H.1II Ar .. .Rirluinghana.. . ...Lv 4.4tput, I I to other profession.: In fact, .
    I l'hiragu .Iv | thru he his of fish
    !Ar..l:>it..toUI" . Lvl) 1 "...) pus ,I, ..:!111&11Ir. .\oIt.\ J.iuts . Lv It.1ttlpni:..us puts some; newspaper men belie\e: it pays t j prize.! "-:New pets YorkY'ord.plco{ !. as a 'I...........................000OM..00.....a.-- ..
    Swlftl .
    1 VJ For Rates, Pullman Rescrvatforw and Information Call on! or Write Champ o advertise.for instance.Here the)Ir.case Champ of :is I ..

    AW, FRITOT. Division Pass. Atf. W. D. STARK Traveling Pass AH I the editor of a semi-weekly paper up BIBLES 'IN- THE WORLD. 'I- Southern Railway! ..

    FLA. in the Blue Crane state and 1, un
    w y - I i j The Scandinavian Eddas the Most Recent > :. .

    KZ.Ht.tl.10..11..111111111....11.11................ I like a vast majority of the newspapermen ; I I of the Seven. I NORTH, EAST AND WEST I ..
    in the country, Is making money i
    :1 j The world has seven Bibles. Theyare I...........I
    STEAMER np enougJi so he can afford to take a :
    i ,
    the Koran of the Mohammedan I

    i QltlOKa RlVCr vacation once in awhile. When vacation : I the Eddas!<< of the Sii) Cherokee il
    I Ir time comes for this pencilrllswr 1 Trlpltaka of the nlllh1hi.ls. the Five 41 ..........e.cI.

    : Filet -- --.- . : his flap are Md to take i i' 1\1011- .- ( of the Chinese: (the Three Vedas!' I: I FROM ..
    and l IJt' state of the Hiiidi I the : and
    him to the prettiest >i /end-iyesti: .
    .: DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. : I Il in the Union, and he hikers for Florida j,I the Scriptures. of the l hrNtian*. 'II I I II JACKSONVILLE"The I .a

    Mr. Champ has been in t'orich; j. The Koran: I is not older! t than the seventh .

    rhI l largest fastest and boat at the t on preiOllS'acal oJJs.: but has never century ,of.. -our-- em,. It i i... --tc( m ..
    ; only stopping I' visited Daytona lint i. he arrived here pound "f tllitiuiltttis| f::1011 ii; I'M-' 4 ,1.1 l l :11I.i! 'I Florida Special" - - - 7:40: a. m.1 J N
    cabin. New 'rt..tUIlt.llts. the 1'1.1:: ibis nil' .
    upper this week coming w'lh the le er "The Southern's Southeastern Limited" 9:00: a. m. < .
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    po"l't'llIf{' I St. Ihiricila.: :: : 1'1: 1.00ja.t t i I
    urination learn for hiin>lf if the .. : Steam Heat
    to .
    j the Scandini\hus: \..-n |*al.il: h.. tl '..1.1i .ithe : "The Florida Limited' - - - S'-05: p. m. j
    5 First-class Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin. JOur statements that this is the! preuies I eleventh centtiry: ::id a:re the I 1:1:! . i .N f
    winter resort in the country are i pal- I recent "f thex. s;''eri !iii'! !.. -. Tu!. I I'i::..i 0I "The Atlanta-Jacksonville Special" - 8:50: p. m. J r
    N.......6..N..1..................................1.1. : 1 ly true. Coming here as a s ranger I dhists' 'rri 'tatks': ntt:1: ;: : -. !Mic.ls :h.: -- !I.." :' : 0 ..
    he naturally drifted into th- Daily: and .pure ii-itii t !"afi: .::-j. ';-t I>. i it, :" 1 - - --- .- .0

    .1' Transitory Heroes. I =\,'\\,. office, made !irns: ..vf: a.-quaint-; I (lair I 1..1; :ttt.I.I.: '.! :'.1 tintury 'P\',-:1ti: '. c'I'1; :. hVll1-: lIlati,1 MR:
    "He woke up oii-j morning and found Steamers U.S.A. .. Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars to Atlanta, A!> 1D1 ( .
    ... 'd and got his name in paper :I I..rol't' fhrNt.TU' .
    .(himself .famous. i .- wriri-isrs: of the. !li'it----: Cleveland, Colorado <. Detroit. Louisville and New York. .
    front .. Royal flaking powder I 1'0' I sa red : I : Chicago.: SrriD ;
    "Wefir . __ .. .. page. i iSOUTHER Palmetto \\
    AND ,if'll.i > The )little reader stated I are called the l I'ive I-h:! iu-: *. "Kin I :,_ I.
    AnJ.tben ;
    went nnd made: a monkeyof Constitution 1llt>:1TIill:: wel of 'I.:1t ur I t'n''. \\.trp I Ikerti tli ,t .
    himself lu titce for the afternoon that Mr. Champ was opping at that'lidgewood I .............I
    te!: threa; :N in! their'! pi i I' rte. 'll 1 !:> : i. RAILWAY (DINING I CARS !i
    I and before the paper*
    papers to :pet hold of It"-Louisville
    are now running betweenDAYTONA I (contain the (.il"il.to.t t !sayings: ; -.r t ii'i iI
    Courler-Jounltl. were all off the press friendrilDd I _.
    l tOt"'t <; on the elhioi?.litical! I .1111! ire' -- ----
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    acquaintances and friends of --I ICit 7.1 1 ...
    oG c.= :::: and I I of life. These saj l ings; t-"lIIIIIt i ber\ :\> .t! i ..
    (r .OJ DB ] :r'rw-nds and acquaintancebe- to a jierio higher; than the eleventh! Ticket Office, 108 West Bay Street. Jacksonville :..
    01 PALM BEACH gun calling on him personally century It. c'. The Thre V -
    The Attractive Way I or by; telephone and have the most ancient books of the Hindus) l! I .IN i >. I.. MKKK.:. I !K: I1!F I M I I ii' ( .: HcdSituated

    kept i't up to such an extent that Mr. and It 1 is the opinion' of ;great scholar\ A. <*. 1'. A.. Atiiiitn..i.! I 1'I \ I-' ( : I
    : Leaving Daytona Saturdays and l I : ; Or
    Champ haft found himself!: a busy man that they are older than the eleventh : I .I = Ocean. |
    i Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. 9+ ""............ hn :
    North and West ul bound South. instead: of an idler. lie declares: h i never knew he had so many friends : The Zendavesta! of the Persians Is J3 N viol is admiral

    l O I Leaving Palm Beach Saturdaysand anywhere until his name appeared in the grandest of all the sacred [looks;; .9+ 909999991 999Q99999999999999999999999999 on application.

    South Atlantic Limited Tuesdays at 9:00: m. the: Daily News. next to the Kible. Zoroaster whose 'I '............j
    bound it contains. hum in the t
    . North. a *** saying; was
    U Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. I'riniNMicori-. I>oikREPUBLIC twelfth century It. C.-New York Her '
    train daily I Feb. 18 In American History. ald. 'I' STEAMER SWAN
    A solid through
    I 'a ...........
    II For Cincinnati & Louisville I :;:;-George Peabody financier and I :
    0 I died 1S69.1SC4 Made Up by Herself.
    philanthropist born
    electric lighted sleepers M
    Through We hear of self made i
    o NIt run tM tw.DAYTONA < en -General H. H Lee assumed com- Sillicusv- many i i
    To Indianapolis & Grand Rapids mand of all Confederate armies. men but seldom of a self; made \\"0I I

    : AND 1S7C-Charlotte S. Cushman. tragedienne man. Cynlcus-How about the woman With excellent accommodations and service lighted by I : flesh milk, >...cgea
    ST. AUGUSTINE died; born 1S1C. whose face is her fortune?-Philadelphia : a
    electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passengers
    Dixie FlyerLearea Early an F oruuryMcCOY 1S9S Frances E. \Villard. temperance Record. I .
    U _. CD I advocate, died; born 15.9.t i iI I I is now being operated betweenDAYTONA I .. M

    I Jacksonville 825 pm. BROTHERS I 1902-Albert Blerstadt. noted landscape The man who owes everything to his!l I Iw'1re J .S I.. .......

    h A olid; through train daily painter died; born 1S29. seldom pays It bact.-IMe. !

    e .T for Chicago V I I ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. Th. Knock j i 1! I and ---.=.-.....

    I I Seminole Limited nowell-Fortune knocks once at every I r.
    ] (From noon today: to noon tomorrow.) II
    u e''. I Sun sets 535.: rises G:44: ; moon rises man's door. I'owc.llWhile misfortune -I| PALM BEACH .
    SOLID TRAIN keeps on knocking.-Judge. .
    16 n t.orli et! Rout_ n 11:10 p.m. r. .. : ; ---- -- -_.--- .
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    Electric Lighted Throughout:; .
    n Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. II 1 I L 1 :
    pt5 Cap /teencan Plan
    Drawing room sleeper daily U UFor 3 F. E.G. TIME I TABLEIN I .. Re.

    Evansville & St. Louis 0o I EFFECT JAM4KY, (t. eon, and Intermediate Points through the Picturesque Halifax : ..

    1, ,. and Indian River Route. ............
    Dining Car on all train !-1.11 ii Hut' >-n.'u II'w N..irn ittirvn. I: \1''' "r
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    ; SPL t1J r--- ----1N\ PLAN FIELD DAY ON BEACH. [

    A number of fie'd days sports: and .
    best kinds of events are being panned: by the bellboys I': -1 SEABREEZE .. _
    i Daytona, Florida of the Hotel Clarendon for the I : 1 ?

    rket. i ti i LL forenoon next Wednesday, Washing i :.. 1# FLORIDA .. j.iI

    : -,1; c NOW OPEN ton's birthday, and the event promises : .
    t W. F. Dazell! and wife have returned to furnish tome pleasing amus'- :: ... ..1 Absolutely u e :

    R i ftU i L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. : from Palm each: : and are ment for the guess of the big h,,',.': *: FireproofNow :

    again located ,n the Oaks cottasre: and all others who attend.: .

    ny condition. : 1 Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all : I The field event will -be held on *, .
    <' : The yacht Rambler took a rattyof the beach in front of the hotel and Open :
    I 'I Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern guests from the Palmetto hotel I ts jtJ
    = will include all kinds of athletic: x + -
    .. .1; .a, i Convenience. Send for Booklet. .: ; down the Halifax for a day's outing hibitlons.; Booking Offices: :

    : ,' CONCERTS DAILY. : today the boat having been charterecfor I Seabreeze, Florida E. L. POTTER PresidentW. .
    age. i.. i the occasion) : by the guess. HOTEL CLARENDON. Blackstone Chicago :

    i..1 ". ; Summer Adilr-!ATLANTIC, HOT'HK.; XHrrHr..l-tt 11r.. Hhod.- I..lund. : 1180 Broadway New York W. S. KENNEY. Manager .

    .1N.....-.1! .f...................................................... Mr. Sammis has found it necessary; The Hotel] Clarendi/n'a manajreme: I'|I....................................................... I
    to lease the stir man voltage on i is making: *ome elaborate plans forI i i'ashir.gton's' [I = -- ---

    ................ : Ridgewood avenue in order to care \\ birthday ce'ebration. *...... .....................C..3.................
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    '. I for his many friends who can cot An atheletic carnival and field > Located in the Most Beautiful
    MPANyi I always be accomodatf at the Oaks. sports i S ara t o a
    f THE RIDGEWOOD i iIJ will be held] on the beach in front of nn Spot on the Halifax River.. ... ,

    LUMBER | : :Mr. and Mrs.V.. .1. Frisbie: the hotel Wednesday: Feb. 22? with :' JOHN J. McGUIRE. Proprietor.

    Cement Sleek i ,I : E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. i friends of the several I members of the following attractions: Foot, sack: TITE" INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better in
    the millinery firm o! M.: E la DeVoy Florida. Table oi the best of everything in season. Terms as reasonable as I
    ranf. Are. bicycle, \\lieel barrow, egg and swimming i I t
    .J IJ; & company, of this: city arrived from the service will permit given oa application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No, 112
    MALBY Manager. NOW OPEN. I races quar.ette singing old
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    Camden, N. Y., Friday afternoon: and I II southern and I -....HMefHM........................................
    ........e...: are guests at the Ho el Carendon.: jubilee songs, climbing

    f : All departments will be managed by white Northern help, i I I greasy pole] pie-eating! content and ;: ;.INNN.....N15/54..............................
    various other: IUtt.-re".mg". feats, while] .
    .... from of the finest hotels in the North and white I Prtarati(1ns leing made for
    some are
    ;i iI ( selected : .1 the evening: festivities will be the J THE BENNETTHA'NTONA. :

    T : help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied t a term's: tournament open to guestsof grand'ashington ball F1.O1t111A. : i _V
    I thehole's '
    t ..' ; and voltages at the Arrivals at the Hotel Clarendon N I.N "|p. II r" Iii tlrl(1(" .o'ct-:i mull, the li'i<>.riil. IIWII".II:, ,, nt ?t \ II. :-iiulh.. .
    . with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the :,. Depland: hotel beginning Monday, >e>terday include: Mr antI Mrs Louis : I 1.-.1-.1: I |>nipt" i. l'u' n| I:..Mi.n. 'I'I '.. |Ii.i.. tun It is' ill -1-! < lil-c III VI I \ pin' In'II III r. Thi- .
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    i ; t I. ::0""t"" i " i Ii'-i lil--' \a tin- 'iniiii\i| .1 iiitNli i rn lion- v tiiiil liointllki.1 .
    finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, : i'' March 6.Iuch interest l ii Le n? Western, Battle Creek, :Mich; Me .1"! nt-.. .|ili... i.t .n I(1' < I :" "i.J ii:i 1 lionli.nil,,, ItitlK. \\c..1| ..1"t" II., .. Two 11-n- i '
    ii ; a taken in the tournament and there I i.i- .()lll'thf' 'aIL'. '. Hoti I I \\1'11.i'!' l "J'.( i ''ill'n,'i month. :\,'nl. .
    and Mrs W I) Johnson Milwaukee; :
    i L' : a Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. : \\ ill lJta large list: of entrie.s! by tie, Mr and Mrs Geo II Lewis, Laurence Summer Resort The Oceanside and Cottages Marblehead Massachusetts. :
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    t :............... .................................,: i time the playing begins. burg, hid; :Mrs. Gf"O! : K Newell, Mrs; NN Ii i

    I 1 I --,- L V Kennerd: Unneapo'i6; Mrs FIt ;' *....................................................
    sweating over ays t It: -cfiit arrhas! at the U'direwod liurnhain and daughter Hartford, I
    Jfti.SUSSi.i.ii.i0 e..i.i...i.i.i.............i.USR.N. i i
    include C }F New York }F
    trying to get I 1 Larzelin Cojn; Mr and :Mrs II Auerbach Chicago I THE PROSPECT

    ic on time when I r THE PRINCE GEORGE : Holmes Hopkins. Lindsay, Cal 'has ; Mr and Mrs Samuel Jackson ;; _

    ', L Dates, Poughkeersie' N Y, Peter :\ Jackson and maid, S. J Jackson ' I IIiss 109 South Kidgewood Ave. I _

    i"'" : [DAYTONA, FLORIDA : Campers Miss M Caspers, :Miss J L Joe Speidel. New York; Mr and 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office. a !

    f : Campers, Paterson! N Y, J E Carmack Mrs L A Hobinson, Miss Elizabeth I Steam Heat. j i
    I Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors i i"ri i
    IRONons Jacksonville: Mrs J S Goodwin. Mrs \\ ht, WheelingV Va; H McBigger. I P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor.

    F r .. Conceded to be the best situated Hoteljin, this section rF Geo M Shirk Chicago.: Richmond VaIr; : and :Mrs W I N......eeo..........................................

    .'" .. I-' Hoecku, Omaha; Mrs K Lomlard, I -
    1'"<.< : Two hundred foot frontage Halifax River. : Late arrivals at the Oaks are Geo I Boston; :Airs Herbert C Harde and *....................... ............................: I -

    t.,. Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : H Brown and wife, )It Vernon, X Y, maid, Henry Bell Jr., Philadelphia. .. HOTEL SENECA JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. J

    i: I Steam Heat Throughout. : :Mrs I2 Beach, Rochester N Y, E 4 OKNKK J : i'rAI.i. \M I' JH-KAS: HTH.: J
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    I II .: : White Help in Dinin Room. Will Remain Open until Mcy'1st : F Wood and wife, GC Wood Columbus BROOM MAKES ATHLEI fS. | ENTIRELY NEW. 2 y
    j I' . O, Fred Gerner and wife* i I
    Albert Bennett Proprietor C. R. Bennett Manager
    I i, 'r I The Prince(ioir:*' Il.r lttli'.toiui for.St.Aucj'tn! .- tii.d Lockport, N" Y, I.. Briggs and wife, Domestic Course at Girls' College Gives ., :

    A !F II" : Palm Beach touts. Pllrt1cuiarrIth pH-nMir-) : .i :Miss Briggt, Delta, O, }K E Mangold, Them Fine Records. *! J A Nio. Pla.' for, Xlo' t'! .'opl' -. It UII III Iii: \\';It, r. *>t.mi Hnt mill' "I'lion.In Every: :

    :i 1: South Bend, Ind Ludwig Bolt and Domestic training especially swoop : ItooinVliif: .H.r\lo TI.r"lILhulll.' .,/IK. Mr. Foster :

    : Same Management as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N.,J. j 1! wife South Orange, X JV, }F Dal Inc. makes: nthlt>t(>.;;. nOIlH'i'tldl! and ..................................................... i

    and I : ...........i.IS1SSU.i.....ii.I.e.i.l..........11.......1. ;i zell and wife Ridgewood. X JC I' athletics are anything; but f,H>s, I':iko = -- ----- -
    are .. Hooker and wire, Lebanon, Mo. Erie college at Pninesville.! O.. fur *'.....................................................

    --- - I fishes proof of these statements.The . H H MANWILLER Proprietor u
    :. .u.! .l.! !.l.l. .i. .i.i..i.l.l.i.i.i.r. .i l.i. I! n 'w otr.rlnl reronl, of (led nth) NEW SEASIDE INN DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA +
    R>cent arrivals the Hamilton
    an letlcs I'hothat Lake;; Erie: holds fiwomen's \.- *
    This new and select family lic'til' IMS lust been enlarged: and refuutshcd:
    are Mr and Mrs M I (G i Clanahaii and *
    'ollt'.rjll*' r'-conls. than
    more :
    :ric I e THE NEW GABLES 0s tau f-ons, Roanoke. Va. Mrs Jessie any other ;girls institution In th'" corn for the season 1910.11 to meet II.: requirements: ol It. t trtWIII/: ;: patronage.: *

    Icef I .rr I L! Hamilton. Xew Castle I'a. Mrs try et'pt \J" :lr. w hb-b has seven Furnace Heat Hot and Cold hauls blcctnc and Gas Lights Call Bells .

    Daytona Fla. o Thomas D.1'ih! on, Wampum. 1'a l" ake: Erie 1 Is.. t the only college holding' : Rates $2.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application *
    ) A i a .h -i ra !i Mrs William Shipman, W H Shipman records at which( dmnestMty; is a com Sum in.' i 1'.1I., !, --. tin,'I Iti.I.itF\.11.1F.It..1,1,1.\.r.I I I : I .
    i s:( w ''- c NEW LOCATED.SOUSE EVERY:CENTRALLY MODERN StonyBrook! X Y, .Mr and :Mrs OI I pulsory; part of the, ('ollr"t't!" Lake ............."......_ ...........n.__.._._.._._.._..__.._.._.._._._.:
    1 Erie practical housework" holds a i>lme 1 j jon = ---- ---- --- ---------
    ............ Zimmerman, Ft Thomas. Ky, .\ Fry
    0 CONVENIENCE AND I curriculum equal with literature i i.<.............................N..N NN NN.N..N..
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    r.. y COMTORTSteam anti wife. J Baldrige and wife, QuaKnore. / -
    art and !science. Every; girl jit t I Lake :
    Cw3.3v# $ rK S D, Mrs E S Hanna, Mary I
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    R .r wNitR7iR' v Erie must do thirty-five minutes of i. "The Lane !
    ........., 'Heat t Throughout I Hainia. Mrs E R Lake Aurora, 111. hnn.l'work every day. ;: : Ivy Inn"e

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    I lamarAimr a c.l I. I 's.. H. W0BELEY.'Proprietor. }{f-'ent arrivals at the City Hotel( The Magnetic Poles. r j.. A High Grade House catering to (be most particular people. Central location. :
    I include J C Bare Lou'evKle: The magnetic I ines are not statiou-: :
    : Ky;
    Iway $3.00 and S4.CO $17.50 and week.
    day- higher :
    i t ary. The northern one is slowly moving per per .
    S Weisiger J GaJr: and
    w.. ...-._......._.. _-'- "n"l' Thi lErlill' !(r11.Tt.OUnod 1 Miiml Atlanta ; westward along; the ....n'utielh' :
    1)11.Turk.) K T. iurmg! UIIIIMT of tl h'ti Sauterlin Norfolk' X H May parallel and in the course of three or Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ. Proprietor i s sNN.

    ST IDailya nard, It G Maynaid, Duluth, Minn; four hundred will probably have ....NN N..N N NN N N....NN NN N N.........
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    i 1.i.i.i 1.Di..Nil NI.i. .INN.lm 1.! ! !! J S Betts and wife, Ashbury, (Ga; H encircled the geographic;: north \pole n n

    i L WarrentlalJtta; H T Kraui>t"1 and returned to about Its pre! eut 9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 .

    =4 ii i i !.la.W NaNti M3 01.N !ga/C Ot# 4i ! i I Baltimore, Aid; A J! Dial: Chicago: ; I tion. Of course:; the southern lIIa E. H. PUI DY. Prop. I t

    i James Squire, Youngstown, Ohio; I pole follows -orreitoudlng; ,' 1113-1 THE SEVILLE Daytona .. Florida I
    H C F Schutz: and wife :\Ii-ti Gertrude about the geographic: south i Ve.: s '.

    THEHAMILTON Schultz] Buffalo X Y, l Jn Me- i] inch cities In the United tnt4 GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON. I i it I ,

    ,LE I Guire and wife Cincinnati, Ohio, .1! C I Omaha, Sioux City, Topeka. Galv: Surrounded by Spacious Grounds. HI the most delightful part ol the City I t i,_ _
    New and First Class Edwards, Chicago] IlL etc., the compass needle would i point : The guests receive the best the markets afford in the dining: room. and every -
    . NI about In the direction of the north : comlort and convenience that a well regulated hotel can otter to the public
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    star and; the north pole that Commander e4 9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999.nid
    9:00 I RHO: >nt arrivals: at the Dfspland, inI I Vary I reached. This geo- _
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    I Steam Heat Electric Lights ''Electric! ; Bells ;lode: Mrs F A Hunt Wesley It ; rrap''l is< pole' f I1* about. 1'00; ) miles northof .1...........1.t.l.i.z.l.ul...l.i.l.l.v.l............
    8:05: p. m. 1 Hunt.! : G.rtnule! G Hunt Mrs J B I laIiii. :, the iiai"5ti! po!.>. toward whi! b o
    ith withoutjBziths : Mrs W ... the iwrtllef: r'l corniKisse! (ftoint.Ft .- : The CI 1 d DtYTONA.JoLtlilldn nc* manage-: pt'iul
    8:50 m. Elegant Rooms, -y. or Iv : : II SJJ1 Son, Ii.> i il : eve all *
    : p. r !': Nicholas.: ci-iiti.ill': ::; !,),.Itnl, l'd: ,able
    i \ \l,;lnr't. B: >stf>n. Irving Cohn.l i'i ., ,
    ._ -- - M; r C; UIMJr.: X Yt H Pfin ." .. 11. .: ,' K-t,,'1 11h-i"i "! ....' .,'1 tl'ml..d.d,..,I'!,; r.I'. : \V/ J. SJ.MF| e C N. prnn. ..

    ',' -. .M..:-:- II.Irt'II".j.n. CliU; > HI \\. . Earliest Use of Mineral Ink. ..... ... .. . ..
    I MRS. L JVIABBETTE: Proprietor In ancient. tiii., imlia illl,. nii 1t* .1 ala.1a.lol. tool.a .O..mQM. = . .
    Uh\illc.! Cincinnati, I i. .\ 11111.1.! JU Blanih.i. S.. : .. -i from lampt.la'| -k. :11,1 l ;::li.-. ...... u:-tl
    Ullc: and New York. :N; V : Mr :ai.d Air- \\ D a IJi'i. A ,1'- 'oj; for writinc UII paj'jii.i but Inspectioiicf : ......Ooo. Oo a.t tr04hI.ctH.-s.H ... osso.0.. .so 1I

    I I'G 's Palmetto Avenue f\"TO--:' ; .\FLORID.\ \ Mcltoiiii'd. Ie'roit i Mk-i i.; S, ;...-. : the iarlUMIuin: !: or ]parchment .. ., I r t tI 1

    .t1 li i: \\ ..lt.-. .\II< .tt'E. Wo'f, tiro'irr: !. ; 5IS5.\ shows. that irn pill inks:; were : THE AUSTIN i I 1

    CARS I Mr .IIII! Mrs E E Tbonuus, Chit';> :< : tr..lull nut lato.r than the ninth"

    ,-- - - .- - --. --- M1S: \1! 1 lUteh, U's-es iltashV'in- ': century. The n.:.".ni for the < Iiaugewa : OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA FLORIDA : 4

    -- i .U.1.L1.i...........isi.... ..............a........: : iH-fU-r. I KMr. aril; Airs )Ja.1; HIt -t' J. morn<; that nlthonvli It: has a carbon Ink Is t, G. W. SV.:AN. Proprietor. i .
    0 Cimmnati; A I' Gerlacn New York: j nnnnfiit. no iietniting;
    t Mr I r 'wer null can !I.K. !iM ng; .tl from the i Electric Lights and Call Bells Steam Hut Hot and Cold Water. 2
    and Irs
    vsonville Florida : SCHMIDTS HOTEL : S A Danlap. William-
    : : Tollnm. whereas the Iron Ink bites In-
    I port' Ohio. e4 999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999THE '. ,
    to the fls'r.rnd t n-vivts I the destruc'
    .. U. I'KTTIT. ': Henry Schmidt Proprietor Daytona Florida : --,------ -------- -
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    t' : / < light.
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    4.. //udon\'lII. 1'1.1: I Situated on the bank si the Halifax J?,, er one mile from Atlantic : I' i..rte: arrivals! at the 1'riiic <;Itoreincludf ; ei .4
    ........... .. Ocean. It has fifty room, single, ca suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms .
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    Schnai'p' and wife, .all'any.] ; The Future and the Past. I
    The.cuisine and serS .
    : art large, airy, and nearly all have imuy exposure. +
    . viol. is admirable. Rates fei-00; per djy and uj.fc Special catcs for families : X Y, Mae Nelson, Mite Pauline]: J.t'.OIl L I'voii: a far; to luiddtuig/ future .- I PINES999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999m MRS. D. J. CUMMINGS. j 4 A

    _...... J on tpphcation. N :-.; Balttmore Aid. :Airs C AI Ry- preferable: to the inovt gl-irioiis; : pi,: -t.- Proprietress .
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    .i .11.i.i.i.i......U........i...s.E i................. ti.tn. Brooklyn.: C B Morgan and i iwf" I''ol2klpJ; 14'ii: ''I-I1-raid.] ( An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct f
    ; Asbury Park, X J. Alb!* I' H: ---- --- ---- -- -- --------- i supervision of the proprietress. 0
    --- i 338 South i
    Ridgewood Avenue. DAYTONA. FLORIDA.

    :.....fi.............1Wg...................i.lit4IAI. .Morris, Washington, I) U, JohnI, ': New Bungalow on : i Same management as the NCA: Majjuolia, Asbury Park. N. J. 2 {I
    WAN1 1 Coy;;> and wife PhiLide'phia.'i'} :- .

    i THEMAGNOLIA ;-113 Sout6aiCldpewood /lsreaue. : lard Ji'Ulim' and wife Fredtrctoii.i : fudgewood A. *_*I999999999999Q9999999999999999G999999999999999999999The ;
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    ILARGE SUNNY ROOMS. : Canada. W :AI Harding Madison, J led '. -- -- if .l i
    t I Guy; Alinton and wife Alorr.ston.: :X.F. ; : -
    lighted by rti fns'a milk, tetables and fruit MI the pUce. Fi roce beat4 RATES: .S2.CO per : : .: for Sale or Kent next season *
    ice i .F. }F R (Child] Alary L Cady1' f G; I
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    day and up;:312GO fr wec% ndfup. : :. second door north of WillmerI The OSBORNE it
    passengers i Forbes and wife. Hartford Com: ;i ilAivid Pines Hotel Lot 55400. t
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    n r MRS. CELESTEI HINKS. Proprietress. : i [ I-andrith. Philadelphia] :Air R : : A. OSBORNh Prop
    I .1 I Ix-went-tein' : 100 Bearing Oranges Grape- : Comfortable KoomsExcellent Rooms Only Modern Convenieu 'es
    $S.iN.i.......i.i.i.i...........B.......i............ ;: an-1 family. Chicago. r | : Table 50c. 75c and $1.00 day '
    B : : fruit and Tangerine trees : per
    Browning, Xvw York City Henry '
    I Hate Moderate $2.50 to S6 00 per week i .5:
    I - L( Hinter IM!*>ant\'l.e: X !.. : also Garage. r
    : -- ---- : Y, Rr> -rfllairlajul : : Steam Heated Rooms 11 Ave
    nd 312 So. Palmetto'Ave Daytona FloII, Orange ( I r?
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    York : ,
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    DHuresque' THE IMPROVED I :........................:
    I t' CITY HOT E;L ..................................................... : .
    -- i : : The HARLAN THESES Lake Helen Fla. :
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    I !t. : Mf'i'! I ii! l.! n' .I.ndlnf': | ilf.wn t ith/ >' Inkh'' I':' !.1't!. '!% n 11in.l :
    American Plan New Ownership and Management s : .. .. ,
    Always ,. .
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    I open CAPACITY ZOO. ROCKLEDGE. FLORIDA .. I ,1..1! mi! r..S. oJ'j! ;.IMI/ \ (ll.!:L' t t. 110111011.r pi.i.;' I ' i 'n. :' :ur .
    Rtiitjted and EnUf edManagement Good.Service ''.1..1'1 i Mi', ': I ..?ral'i./ l.f.r .; 'M,4I.> \ d iuul| a.1.: i \ !In....n-. I s l
    o .U :: 1, oj.'., 11\: r. ;.III J Halifax H. C. F. DOHM. .\ t,":' ''. \\ .. t. .,,, '.. ....0.. ,. t..a..!, ... . J 1':0":1': : 1... . I I! !r.-' : ': 1;: ; '.. ./. . ,.. : :,:,11... :, t".r; : : ''Ii'/r/:ill f! 4 1
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    i f'fN:.'.; .A'i'fF.! 1 }H IF'I I Ii':'r\: |.r-I\I 'Jl! 1 ,I". ,\ : l.s/'IMr./; Foster Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Abrams, Props. 2 i -
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    t / 4' iI ii I i : THE PALMETTO : HOTEL INDIAN RIVER i I! 'I IIK ( ),&\.IS.4 "AVTNA.II.MIA, |.,

    TKRONA. | Well Known and Popular.' DAYTONA. FLORIDA. : ROCKLEDGE fLORIDA. Hotel 1 Indian River, Co Prop! I .
    I' '.. 1 \\ '. \ . .: .. : i I I II I\I.\ |II| ) MMMI-. I'... .. I f'
    i Overlooking the Beautiful Halifax River.J' {'. . . . : .
    9 Homelike j :. : ::: :. , ... :;'; ': ..: !.:. ; :' : ." .: ':, ,." ..1:. ..." . 11. : \\' nrri.i.ii: \ i( i: I.VI.NIN: : IHNM u- I
    1 and Con.iortahlc House. First CIa N in all Rcsr.t:>. , t'. r:. .' .:.,L.1.\ ., .,- .... .' \11-1 "I"! ! 1'I I'l( 1 Id 1 "ni! I I .
    ATION COMPANY : \\ \ H '<-r i t."i' !,,, ,' :u if.{ ,- -. Ti i ii'h!: ; :-:al i:P j .': II - i i11 I 0
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    I E iim THe DAYTONA DAILY NEWS: ___ -
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    '. ";-': ':. ?r:"", .. .. . ..... r Instinct of the Mudfish.; | French Scots. Age and Youth. I :[ ORMOND.ON-THE-HAIFAX 1I COUNT II(
    ":;''-'; ''':;::m'mr1:'''' : / :; ; : ;:.. The reoiarkali.e: ; ln->timt of the mud There! I f.* ::a ancient settlement oftgil W. D. Ilowells said of old age atone
    ? .. .r \ :;( .:1 >:
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    IIMIIL IXLW: .l \ ': fish to roll Iiini>ef! in n ball of mud :ind S s. 1It'.1 Murray: bay. on of his Sunday afternoons: I t:;voSDH, 5 miles -
    1:1i: ... : {f ; :.A :r;, u"\ .:: when the dry t' asOI1 approaches I Is ;:\ the St. Law reir-e. which has adoptedthe "Age;: Is modester than p>!lth. I've I 'I. ".ti Paytona,
    '7' :: ":...\..."..,: :I .. ( 'Ilrc wonderful provision ut nature Intended I'reaeh lanpuaee Instead of Ens I I often noticed that when I tell a moth I d on the west, I Drh'I VOT

    :: < solely, *t would seem to proven Ilsh. It was formed of JixbanJM snldler er that her daughter I Is the LH tare of .f thf Halifax )1

    :--=&.- =-= :.-=------ -, .-- -- the extinct Inn of the spiles. Th soon after the liritish c''nlest: what she was herself at n'neteen the I. ." -'.1" location I \ Srjit( l I
    most Interexlins fact about this fi-h 1 1j I"I I mother I Is delighted;: but the daughter; n permit
    I 1: of Canada nnd .lfi, Tand men intermarried i .:.11nagandt
    ABREEZE and DAYTONA t' j that it brent lies by means\ : of Its: gill looks startled. TOOrmondun1 A
    with the French Canadians.! .t sanitation;
    and DAYTONABEACH when In its native ( .lpnlllt1111 l hy: I
    CHAS. F.BURGMAN. S BEACH, two enterprising i I i l.'vatlon U su-
    progressive towns on the Hali- !I means: of Junes during! !its voluntary: : i adopting; their language; and habits so Turn to tha: Light. rh nnd td-nl for

    y fax Peninsula, are geographicallyone [ Imprisonment: In the mud cocoon. 1"completely that though; they bearsuvu If there Is anyv. !ieie on ynur horizon .nb'r homes. Al.le
    although incorporated as separate I i names as mtl'khurn.trrNl.! :McLean of light fix eyes uponIt .
    P"AR" IACY. I : a Fpot brldij 1 con- : t i :'a r'lII'dr1fet
    THE municipalities. The towns par- I '! and )leXlch.>lI. their Dependents[ are and. turn your thoughts;; away from ,i eta Ormond with .user. .t nt I".''' Jolt MARJORIE ROT
    allel the peninsula north and south Nothing to Do. ;i In all other respects as French as: the the clouds! Which mj: cover the rest .)rmond Reach. I 'huh mill I I, llOII. Music... l at.the
    II| .
    REAL for a distance of from three and one- James F. Dobbin The foowiu!! ; bit quotes! from Lord Inhabitants:: around them. of the sky. Many fine homes I .mi, IM.toppint bI.
    ESTATE half to four miles, and extend east DAYTONA Proprietor BEACH I Cromer bv Helen Barrett :\Il.ntmpry; I if maintain Ml on j lI"t .'.'TOM,* the "II STILL A
    of ".t HUKTTnX: : :
    and west from the surging seas !In her "'''(''11'11 Women In Eastern .Ith.-r side of the ISS
    Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything Usually i Nothing but Proft. I Just Like Shopping.First .., BcGI1.1. "
    MAN the I-ands." a pi,-ture of the monotony tivermoat of them
    Carried in a First presents If running -
    tide water I mistakes. Suffragette- you
    River the beautiful "We profit: by our subtropical
    Class Drug Store and deprivation o'f the life of -urrounded by COUNT OF THI
    FOR stream that sets them apart from "Do you U lk-\..> that?" : for office would you buy votes? flora and
    with which they have close Our Prescription the Egyptian. lady: that pajres: of static I Second-Suffragette-Not unless they besidesirtfty '. .
    Daytona Department la Complete rfhp st"t'ln- "1 certainly do. -liruhbery, \ ON JUDGES SHO|
    SEABREEZEIUUSOKU of threebridtc.s. tics might;: fall to c'un\ey:
    communion by means in every could be changed credited.-Life. and
    I "Then l'\e gut a get rich scheme. or orange liltHUT..: TOIACON
    well as a half-hour ferryservice. Respect don of womt'u.rd Ist's a most baneful .
    as )ihr citrus fruit CONTESTAN
    "What U It?
    DOUSE influence eastern society. This .
    on : .
    Phone IKBRANCH: but make mistakes. Misfortunes have their dignity and :r. ;;.
    "I'll do nothing :
    Float 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are seclusion! by confining the sphere ol I their redeeming power.-nillard.FREE1VOTINGJCOUPON. Ormond has! many I CONTEST.
    essentially summer and winter resorts woman's Interest to a very limited horizon I -Cleveland Leader. Ittrlictlon"t'x..I.-
    and are making hundreds of i cramps' the intellect, and withers I I I ..nt automobllln, TUORNTONORMONa 1 STANDING Of
    new friends every year among those of one-half the I 'I I 00.1 fishing, safe
    i SONNTAG the mental development ;:; Marjorie:: Kot ct(
    who desire to escape the discomforting &: population of Moslem countries.' I I! I iioitln;, and maarplnsantdrlTen.
    of heat and cold, and HoltIe'orkle:
    extremes NICHOLSONFEED An Englishwoman: : once asked an I II : IK IX ANY WAIINTKRKSTKD
    and boarding houses f men
    INVESTMENTCOMPANY[ hotels Florence
    Egyptian lady how she passed her : I Vt Ormond Bach I : : :
    .. are now receiving splendid patron- AND LIVERY I t located the liir;;e I IX IMtoPKRTT( : IXHKMOXDOR Roberta Hobbs
    age from the most discriminating STABLEAll time. This is a f from the 1 minating coupon. As etch Ormond. and Mina PolhtzMrs. :
    class of tourists. "I sit on this sofa.: she replied "and ; sep.uateot '.. sister, the
    "S'T OII'
    The ocean itself, with its marvelous Orders Given when I am tired I cross over and sit raaav may be sat: i in eich ,Vk for ea -h contestant as can be <-\-tton Inn. The H. Will Give II\BEACH L. H K wQueem
    Desirable hard as macadam and Prompt Attention that. *- Sail *'2'
    beach on o- 'r occupies a I'.ti.in.xsFroniJAS.
    E Locations in smooth as a floor is the greatest attraction Careful Drivers! collected. *.<>itlon, overlook.n .\U"ntlonJ & Margaret Ui" ka

    E part of : although earth air and sky I Kami i lar with load s Wit Not App.. iated.I :.n, <' llalttax and Dora VV .lnt?>
    any combi- .
    seem to have entered into a :h" 1 latter has a* in
    \ his to the Ethel HOUS')D
    SeabreezeOffices nation to enhance its every charm. I Stubbs: was feeling way I I 'itook the ml"tnl-:

    The beach is the famous automobilerace I E. A. BRANCH I kitchen Move In the dark when he fell: This coupon entitle; . ..... ......... ............. ............ I kant beach and the Marie\ Farlt't'
    course where every world's Real Estate Ageoi I over the coal scuttle.: n"'d Atlantic.t J A mmOUMON'D Dayl
    : Evansv111e Rod straight-away record: bas been made I nrhCottagoaFITZGERALD "Oh. John" called MM. Stubbs i {.',idei the bror
    Ro'li Indiana.hr;H'ze,Florida and all these records it continues to n i 1'-1 lwciutyI.11TONA I sweetly, "1 know what you need. You ......... ...... ...... .. . .... ..... .............. ..... ........to l' I votes in j -!tI.Utl1 beach th r'- MsnufaetnreroiPure 3Iisy!!; :\1 a,'lone
    hold without ri vcilr--. I should pet what they hare on battle many drives: tot- Home-Made
    i lead last \\t"t'kthi
    The beach has a width of 300 to .
    and uutuiimi -
    II' B1DICK( 500 feet and can be used from two SELDEN'SI' -I ships."What's that?" growled Stubb as The (ri/.etft -\'e.vP >p ilirity c'n'-4'. TuiCOUDJU in'i-t be iu ,1 r1alt'>iUi I arounil Or- GOAYA JEll? week, andis

    hours after until two hours before he rubbed his shin,. oJii'e 'h\> Thursliy.t ."> P M. "f,f eac'i week.NOMENATION ::1l."I.t-trh-a fl'! MARMALADES AND next and nod(
    high tide, thus ivm an average of( lH.\eU '
    CONTRACTOR : CuJer." -'''uh wro\: -4 of TROP.CAL The judges: e-tvotes
    and BULlh ei ht iiourb (for autoraobiling i "WII) n! ratio I ..
    i seven or -, Shoes, 'tt n onm _' ; PRESERVES '
    Goods fol!
    Dry saM about are as
    (9ttul<(' It 1'41..elult some part 01 va<.h da/. I Acil what! Stubt's wo- '
    : Et t:.11t'y(urn(+hed Seabreeze and D- :oaa Beach each I II Men Correct iran'sit: : was Ileuty.-New YorkAwcricln. .'V forests>tbrouahtrop-to 'p.10." i Special Family Attention Orders to Titus G B
    All..Work Juur- of I Wear .. ." ,
    have a permanent population approximately II.IllT AOABD* ATI Lessesne
    'i rulndnxfs to
    jintrcd.Seabreeze .1&o from I ; ,. .
    I P Vm rli'
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    ordinances -
    Florida 15oO.() Sanitary Thi -:'''II'''' 1 Inn COUPON. .mri,'nt t',ui-,'- p.tButt: The selection I '
    I : arp strictly enforced stres I A Crazy Spll. Av !.:itt! by sln.-i', \\- -t In i,. I-xi:. 'o slttnti business men a j
    \ well and -t !It.irh
    and sidewalks: h.c kept MI'aI
    t>l:uit.rof Inn: taj
    t 'r'roratort"Thougtl .
    V.C.GRANTPI..UMBER I new strcc'sau K.IU.; opened as.fastas l I The opera was "" "The l f.r;t une"f f t :.i i .-,> r 'I i > 'in .'nr in i ,r a a'h i.I(oit"stantentitles >. .i.i drive, to .K\.o. >m-i| -:"111 I.'i.1.Pun-ha Ht.Ixiaij! for all <-ontes
    the nicrcn" <. population dcI AVA ANilE VORD I I no more roar hold! thee. ; :! Votes wit) be
    ; latationof
    I Yet is: thy name a spvll. them to r.i i fin > v-jl.. Iall't I [' tilt-40 c "in! ms i p' .
    I means BcMdelittcU and boardinghouses 'lItr.l\.t..r, for .--Mtahlfs, ,t I'r-. day afternoon Ivott'S \
    WGRI Fanthe bu*;* to the priiu.i Jonna.Ami : will h.l alloxve l eali ,itit.r. .. :... ....- should
    \Vntfr.V"'11111 II r..tt's : tiuu'v'.e: ; ; cottage acco- ( !MASON t.) r m rt > plllof'O..ar. I
    it HIT SophronLiCzechlinsUM '"
    A\as. name was I
    : FittingPhone i\l1 Kinds i n te with th.'t'tt. r- .!
    modatiou for all winter visitors in j cat : iez.-Judge's: :: Library. I of Hout hern m H\-'Yf\110"\\ \( Either bring; or
    I l'oncrs't.-Curttngwulka,4c.: "
    1652UPAYTo'XA :! both to'Aii1. this office
    1l.OR11)APINEHURST ItKAUIl: All the attro.:t.vc-icssof; : Seabreeze I J 1'YTo"BI'U t-Id. ): : Stung! I nominate 11r.. Mr*. or Mi-j*. .... ....... !:".'!>:-i'-.,land.' :boO flo".r.tno't: *In-.. ORANGESand LIST

    t applies to Daytona! beach, the two i I I "I would like to exchange this: fin Ii i I i t-r tin; of tiew First Pr':ze: Ui)

    towns tHMag ij oiPiilarly situated. dollar elk| rt bag for a live dollar chafing Ii i ......................... .of.... ........ ... ... . .... State.. .. ... .. ...... :. 'i;.' ,:tons 1*at the Grapefruit- Grand 1'iano
    The dcvelopmit of Daytona: Beach I dish." .: :'iwa-r-i or the Second I", :r
    has been full )s pUenormnal as its i !! rt'tit:I and &known Best Grown
    Peninsula: ) & "Sorry, aks, but' those opera bagshnxe umbra uteg
    .. Ilrh'u sister on the north, aud each year : been markeil down to $ .OO.- : as a candidate in The Gazette-News contest. i-i Mo'.mdirov It Third l'r '
    OATESLAWYERS of th* (
    i fln'.t1
    Beach i iI >
    Daytoua : I nnuioinolnle
    uiv.t.mial The
    there a growth.
    Herald. .
    I \lob'rn ('oO\'nhln- i Washington I .>.- :i4:;"' ;rov son th.- IM-ll: ii' MiksN..rth ton::, Ufc, us'
    saud dunes have been leveled
    great of
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    '''' Ita t"t ...... ......... .. .. .............. K: tfowt of Florti IIuTKL: UKilOXDBeed Four; hi"' (
    I }:rasonshlc.trs. and handsome homes have been The Recipe. I Nominated by ................. .......... i. :1'.11!, u.mltl'ty

    W. i1. 'Freemen built for bo h winter and all-year- Daytona Fla.TH Mrs. John-I do wish: I had a good ; a..r ':'v'surroun'lingsMotadrov" Knox rnJ ll.ii" i "h
    rIlJlr"'t tor
    Fifth i r' I l\\
    I round occupancy recipe for falling. hair. John Mo!';t wo- I 1.* on

    -- - -- --. --- ----- -- men nowadays just pick It up again II I, of ....... ......................................................State._............ .............. : ti- 1)I 11 ton'i--.itnt Bred Compan:l Mllll' U "
    ; Angu+tino ro.1. BI't.u\v r H.omce I Sixth I' It
    and bang It on the back of a chair.
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    Youngstown Telegram.If While it is not necessary that a coupon be used it will facilitate \'alu"oSe"ento

    Promptly .executed at matters to send one for each ('()nte iant. Under no cirCUm.t3nt'ei I
    I Fine Job J b P would hit the mark must \alut-o ..
    you you Finely executed
    Printing will the nominator's name be divulged., I
    Gazette News Office. I aim a little above It. Every arrow I Job Printing at Eighth; I fXinetb ..
    that flies feels the attraction of the The (,azette- ews Contest, Manager.:: valuei< it

    ' p :A-***.**. .. ....... ... .v..... . . .... ........ ..," aa rt b. this office. I r' (evalueu
    I Iwn iLl

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    W 'rWNNNirw.WNN NNiNr m"r,'irNNm, ",w..V. ..W"'i' ,iii' v ii\V.VI 'r.WI4.r Eleventh! at l'r'ie.

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    ; e !The awarded most to+.,tt"ch.

    I ite $-1.0>
    oice Port Oraoo aver rout Property Piano To* (p

    ; high fctnunei u,-'.i.iudesign (.II .tfJ al I I'

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    bight ,

    bide i.' u 4

    Fronting a clear stretch of river; no marsh. Ridgewood Avenue and New Smyrna cart lags:: tJ it i o ,cC

    Road on two sides. River road and street on other two sides round'ror..d i!

    Improvements being made on all sides of property. WUoi.,,I .

    nick. : i


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    coin IK-) i,

    I I'j I blued f.oversir. .

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    ldiiibi_- : lion. I., (11_
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    I 13 I 12 11. 10HALIFAX g t : 1 quality. k. ....

    Attractive terms will be made a I : PRICES: any width, he f f(.j

    : i Lot J 200x346 $ J JOO. boxed '01 et.
    to anyone buying to build on I ThIs "" t

    z Lots 3 and 4 79x346each forts ot ,.o}nThe
    any of these lots. : ;w.ondthe

    (D $%50 for both or $400 each. : ("Oncwta
    These prices will be maintained ,- I' : largest cum:,

    for thirty days, but we Q I \4 I i! \ Lots 7, 8, 9 J JO, U J J each 7 the a scholar wen/ k-'ii I

    I City. Fta

    reserve the right to raise them i. 79x346, $300 each. ;; lied at .$ "II i

    after that time. o i i i Lot 12, 100x346, $350. the The IOM.;oo.at alargest

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    j I Lot .13 100x346 $400.
    1 2 I'j 4 : IS s a 10Pratt :.::1

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    Sk. upon the purchase of one. piano. I cane: also; to alter these rules The Good! Times club met :Monday I ............................................,.......:

    : COUNT OFVOTES HOW TO ENTER. should occasion demand. I! afternoon at the home of :Mrs. W. v.1 ,

    '. ';..j 1 Just clip the nomination coupon I Rule 12. Any question which shall Carter on Ridgewood! avenue. JSee
    I Us for
    6 miles out of each issue of the paper and arise between the contestants will: The entertainment Tuesday even- i Property i I It

    1tona, She I. fill in !the name of the person whom :;i to'determined by the contest mana I ing in Ridgewood hall was a grand I I

    west. nve IS I you wish to enter as a contestant: ger and her decision: will be fnal.! success, both socially and financially.TtlEJACIiniARfiERy I .. I

    JlaHfax 'fl with the address written plainly: or I .
    location \ ; I Respectfully yours, ,
    !I if :you do not have a nomination coupon -
    nageand permits::: StrPlght..''+ I' I the name and address; of the I Miss Fay Settle, j ; We have some of the finest properties at Seabreeze :. J I

    lttllUon; TO ; ANNOUNCED. | person as a candidate.: The name of i Contest Manager: | i I and Daytona Beach. Let us know size
    : your :
    ..n 111 eu. Ormond j the nominator will not be divulged., } I --- I HERE FOR A FEK DAIS. ': ,
    deal for -- and we can fit .
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    Ij Votes may be secured: by securing: : ( Ormond Notes r I .
    g8 con. and, trv H ftwdrlveend =. MAUJfllllE RflTZIEN IN LEAD; j, I I IORMOXD BIG PRIVATE YACHT OWNED BY .
    with 0" r that new Roll 1 subscriptions to the Daytona Ga \ ; 0I
    eourw Muskatthe .. .J :
    ash / Iuh hough.; Il e.m ; zette-News, and voted will be issued! i HENRY C. PHIPPS OF NEW'
    e homes Ju..1t'rO"M I sun now "toPPing tilt" [ STILL AHEAD[ OF: OTHERS. upon the following basis: |I Feb. 15: .-Among the .
    01 the IN PRICE. VOTES | new arrivals are Mr. and Mrs. J. i

    01 them Cot_ BooI"1'bT ';f ." 1 year . . . $ 1.30:; . . . 5,000( Welch, mister and two thi'dren of AFTERNOON. .

    suborn .. COUNT OF THE BALLOTS BY THE 2 years . . .. 3.00) .. . . 1200 Niagara Falls, who, are in the Burr ..s......1....01..................o.................e _____

    and 1 3 years . . .. 40.: . 20.000 cottage, Magnolia, on Palmetto! The yacht Margery, hailing: (ruin i'
    beeldt ALL ON ; L JUDGES SHOWS I. --
    4 years . . . 6.00 I . . . SO.OpO! street. New York, and: having on board: her i
    nit" and mt WRITE TO ..i.u.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.isieu. ..I.I.0.i.i.i.ti...0.....i.
    01 fruit ;:" : CONTESTANTS IN POPULARITY I o years . . . 7.50 . . 40,000' Mr. Cooley and wife of Albany, N. owner, Henry C. Phipps. and familyof e . .

    S MACON ,:' 10 years . . . 15.00 . . . 100,0001'I Y., have returned after an absence that city, arrived from St. Augus : The HANDPROPERTY : : Do you want to buy or :

    I many r- CONTEST. 25; years . . . 37.50 . . . 300,000' of two years and are ctofping 5 : at tine by way of the canal Thursday tI i

    -"xct'l.obUlng, THORNTON STANDING OF CONTESTANTS.' Who Cannot Enter or Vote- Rose villa.A afternoon and anchored otf the north ,: : : rent t property In : I: i,

    . . . . . Xo employe of the Gazette-Xew : end of the city to make some necessary : I ,
    g. Bate j Marjorie Rotzien 11&.773 sneak thief was in torn lass. : Daytona? :
    04 tnaay ORMONiI > Holt McCorkle . . . . . .. . 4.715. cf immediate relative of theirs will:j' week, stopping at one of the boarding repairs before proceeding on s i

    14 I a.6cb. IF IN ANY WAY j JI Florence: Gittens . . . .. .. 5&.033; I j I' be allowed to enter this: contest as I i houses and left sudden'y on Sat her cruise southward her objective : SILVER BEACH : : We have the cheapest :
    htrge IN INTERESTED PROPERTY 3he Roberta Hobbs ..,. . . . . . 55,76.0; a nominee or voter. ;I II urday morning with: some $3.: that point being Miami. ..1. and the best. .e

    and ORMOND IXond. Mina' Pollitz . . . . . . ..... 54,195:) I Who May Enter- did not belong to him. The Margery is in command of .1
    titer, the ORM0NiDBEAORn. OR Mrs. L. H. R0\ve .. . .. . . ., 51,035 '1, Any white man woman, boy or Frank Foster is alout to launch a Capt. N. M. Rayner, Jr., of New I Extending from : : $7,500 buys one of the best residence :
    . The lit" Will 01ve Your f' Queenie Sullivan .. .. . . . . 4 ,3SO girl of good repute i is'" eligible to new boat that A. G. Carlton is building York, and carries a crew of ten men River to Ocean : ; on Ridge! wood Ave. Completely :

    i ,,'vrrlook'upl" a. Huhwiol Prompt . Margaret Brokaw . . . . . . 26.025:) i enter this great popularity voting' for him, making one more to be She is a big yacht l being 124:! fee' furnished and located on :

    1 lha.and Attention I I Dora Wilner . . .. . . . . . 20,525;; ;, contest. Just send in your name on added to the O. Y. C. club. in length and 18 foot beam, with a el corner lot. Call 011 e.

    11\8 at Him ' Ethel Houston . . . . . . .. 10,525( :; :) a nomination coupon to the conUt Mrs. Dr. Swain of New York presented draft of :{'2 feet. She is fitted with FOR SALE ORRENT : : I

    a : DI. 't'| Marie Farlee . . . . . . . . 1 10,420 management of the Gazette-News. the O. Y. C. with a magnificent two 7.1: horsepower Standard engines I : .1.1 M. L. Waggoner : '

    ails.band the J A CARNfLL[ i j Daylona Beach. .I| The Judges- punch bowl 1 and one dozen and is l supplied wrth electric tshts: I 4 BI G"AM" & THO IPSO :
    and all modern :
    10' hrord OIOIOND, FL.u'b \.. ; r I. Sallie Holland . . . .. . . .. 10,425:?: :!' The total count of votes will Le glasses last \\eek. other conveniences.On Office People's Slate Bank. :
    I : I .
    the completion of the repairs in el
    tb..re Jtanufacturerof 1 1trty. f Miss Marjorie Rotiien was in thee made by a commute: of three prom- I Commodore L. Putnam fe out most c"J1t.nu"I I.IsIeI.I.I.r.s.i.Istl.i.I.. .l1.1.......fal.I...1...11.11.I
    .... for Pure 4 I meat business men who will be absolutely prc>srrs 6 the Margery wi.l: 1
    Hoine.Made aho
    .. lead last week and ; leads again every day with his new lunch, the
    nd auto-t '" disinterested;: paJt'{>s. The committee -,, the cruise to Miami.
    : GUAVA JELLY tliiaweek, and Miss I Holt McCorkleJg Prideof Ormond. We wish him
    r.nand,s OIlD.1 Or- Bext and not many votes behind. !| will be announced later. i much pleasure and succt: in his f.V.ViViVifVfVfiVCONRADflATES\ rrr"rrtilr.r.ViVr.V.Vr.' '" lc .WI'1

    rOl.. + of MARMALADES TROPICAL; AND The judges selected.:; : : to count the !!1 Management- '! cruising up and down, the river. The Sedan Chair.

    a n : +; PRESERVES totes are as follows Mayor H. T. i I For the purpose! of making the I' On Tuesday afternoon Mhs Bessie The vlnn; chair: i Is named otter Sedan .I REALTY TITLE r

    u.n tro1. Special Attention Ordcrstit' to Titus, G. B. Young and It. H. contest: a complete success the Ga- Sawyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. the town where it was first used.
    to Mllan Family The earliest mention of it In England ,
    flILYt/T t 1YUi "TJ Lessesne. I zette-News has signed a contract i Thomas Sawyer, gave a Valentine .
    to I I Ij occurs in loM.:; in (the following
    1'lIn.m'rll'nn 1J'n..U (- Larly ;
    t t'au+' 1-Bu", The selection: of these well-known 1 with the New Method Contest comj party to twehe of her young lady 1 ;
    .l":. \\1....f. JnIa hs.t:' 'uht 'tut '- :. business men assures a fair chances ',j j pany of Jacksonville, who make a'j' friends., century the Raise!,: of Buckingham IN C.
    tlnn-C'hllr"t'.n I I' I caused; much indignation by Its use! in AND INSURANCE CO. a i 4 ,
    for all conti house attractively
    .1ri.. t.. l.oul"11I1111 'url'hKM'! T specialty: of conducting contests of was most London. People were exasperated at ,
    a ofea 1 I-!:rtw..Ittlat.LA.4a. r' Votes will be counte'd every Thursday ,| this kind. This company will furnish j ji decorated with palms and j je amine that noMeuiau employing; his fellowmen '

    f f afternoon after 4 p. m. and all i a competent and experienced contest! and festoons of red hearts. Thegame to take the place of horses to car CONRAD BLOCK 'PHONE 128

    j Totes should be in ty, that! time. j manager who will have complete control -. of hl'artsHIS plated and the ry him. I'rince Charles brought from ,

    t tUr-, K.IOU\'DPJO\' ) \!In tJORANGES !. [k Either bring or send your votes to of the Contest Department. prize was won by Miss Emma Spain iu UtT3:: three C'uriol1slyVrou ht i
    ,? t t. ra I .' sedans two of which he gave to the .
    this .office. To the Public Weatherbee. Cupid's bow and arrow j

    .( 'uw..r4.uo.tlnnt "* LIST OF PRIZES: I This contest :::6 to be the greatest'': was employed by the young lidftti I after Duke their of Buckiuxham.introduction A few weeks' :. We beg to offer the followingfrom

    t.j, and First Prize: .One Chopin Upright: I I ever inaugurated' by any paper in !! to secure souvenir valentines.After : Massingor' produced .
    hU play, "The Bondman and
    I" 'hl\ttll" Grand Piano valued: at. .f4GO.OO this :section. i delicious refreshments each I our list of
    .. Grapefruit- '.*, I'I In It he thus adverts to the ladies: .
    of thd t Second Prize. Scholarship Columbia t t'e have spared no expense to> guest! received a rose! with a heart
    For their and care being borne :
    known. Best Orown ,|;: College valued at. . .100.00 make ?!t a "live wire proposition: I!! attached to it, which announced theengagement I In triumph pomp on men's "hould rs. Lr property: ,

    ('I'/ ,"'t'nn..t' It Gro'o IIf'" on Auto.nohl1 At. Aultuli.I fJ Third Prize..Scholarsh'p: Draugh-: I I that will keep the community much ': of the charming young The reference is doubtless to (Buck I I'e11e

    ,w 40nthr HO'IOIIU Mike! !r ton's Business College . . 5000 I, interested in the outcome.Ve are hostess to Frank Koebe'e of Boston, (' ingham's; !ptHj.ni.! which wa? borne like : M

    IIr Florl North ORMOND of1IOT1L I Fourth Prize-". .One MissionVrit,; I! endeavoring to give Daytona and vicinity : Mas, a violinist of great promise. I Iv II a l'allI1tIUin.-"U; 'lne England" No. 124-$4,8CO will buy furnished

    .,1I1t1 v+rvr.uultngr i P- ing Desk . . . . . . . 25.00:; I, the newest> and most: up-todate''', Ii I i r house on Voiusia: avenue, four bed- ::
    Talking ot Thackeray anti ui> tu.U.
    Beef' Knox: 2".n"" !1 : ; and bath five first ....,
    Fifth Prize..Rebate CerJficateJ : in state and rooms on "
    the we so
    county paper huff t in
    into Craut:
    t t (to get l parlHtuent. *
    : Reed Compnr.,1 I valued . . . . . . 250.00 floor. 5.
    .1.. tnttoa at : licit the hearty cooperation of the l his ro!..L nrl.o..' P:')ttomee l Sixth Prize. .Rebate Certificate I citizen! in this contest.To : PORT ORANGE )) the !predicament of the novelist when : No. to-1,300. five room furnish.ed .

    valued at . . . . . . 2.5:!:;.(I IO merchants who advertise with he faced: the gist.tnt5.
    house! one acre of land. Holly Hilt,
    I, Seventh Prize. .Rebate Certificate! I lit we wish to say that we expect by ,i PORT ORANGE;, Feb. 17.-E. P. "II to l IJ. It. JJreeuJ; ] gave: me the most fruit tree..

    Finely executed valued at . . . . . 200.00 I this i content to double our cirtNation : Corbett sold his blacksmith shop and remarkable account of canvassing Oxford Its
    Eighth Prize. Rebate Certificate I and our advertisers will realize 1 bicycle repairing business to Mr. with Thackeray, whose want of No. 119-7 acres land, SCO orange,

    PrIntIllg at valued at .. .. . . .. .. 175.00 j I that it :ie to their advantage to help'': Coutant, son of Captain Coutant, of power of public, shaking seems to. 5 peach and persimmon trees, 6 room) !
    extraordinaryOn '
    this office. Nineth Prize. .Rebate Certificate in this work by supporting the contesta ;' the life saving station near Oak Hill.Mr. ( i have the been busting perfectly he utterly l rok* 5 dwelling, $2,000.No. h

    valued .. . . . 150.00
    : nts. i Corbett and family have movedto I
    | I down, and Green hard him !say t tc 103-$3000, five acre bearing
    Tenth Prize. .Rebate Certificate i 1 1 Now Is the Time- Gainesville Fla. himself, 'If I could} only go Into tbtmayor's > grove South Ridgewood.No. .

    valued at . . . . . . 125.00:; I 1 The contest begins with this' issue;; ,j Mr. and Mrs. Townley are visitingher parlor for 'five miuutes I
    mrwwrrty Eleventh Prize. .Rebate: Certificate I i the time to enter is: ;NOW. Get ful, parents, Dr. and :Mrs. 'Kestler. write his out quite -well.' 10";)-$7,500, new house en I

    valued at . . . . . . 100.00 I II the race before the others get in ;, There was a very enjoyable picnic ------ - Ridgewood: avenue.

    the lead. j,Ii at the old sugar mill on Thursday.Mrs. .......................... No. 106-$1,2CO, two '
    large deep
    Total .. .. . . . J1.850.CO( j i Rules for the Contest i John Bradley was hostess of ,
    The first prize which will be i Rule 1. All money for subscriptions : the church tea, assisted by Miss Du- : AUTO OWNERS! ATTENTION! lots on South Ridgewood.No. s
    I ,
    awarded to the contestant securing I i t-hall: be paid the contest man :I Iagl1r. Pont Miss Bangs and Miss George. ..:-- 120-* acres land, 100 orange Ill",. I
    'the must votes consists< of a genuine j j :Mrs. Gramling of Enterprise visited trees truck land, 5 room cottage, III,.,. '1
    $450.00 Chapin Upright Grand I I ]tale 2. Contest manager's signa-' :\1 rs. Pattillo last week. t Tires to fit All Rims at the : $1,000.No. (i I I ',

    Piano This piano is a very fine In- :! cure must be affixed to all votes before The ladies' aid society of the M. Vulcanizer's, Cottage Ave. : : t i

    rtrumect of special artistic merit of I I they are of any value in the:, E church serve refreshments every; '07-$2,200, five room cottage i iI 4.
    high grade and quality: latest case ;j contest.' Tuesday afternoon in their building/ 1 If your size is not in stock : I : Daytona;: and Cypress streets, large 3; j 1, .. "

    a design, selected fig'ur'ant't'rt"d of: Kule :3.: Ballots cannot Le bought. corner of DunlaMon avenue and i will prompty wire delivery : c lot. t

    highest quality!l double Veneered: in'i. i The content will be run cm a fair Kiverbide.Mics 'I "" No. 109: -$1,500. small bungalow ;
    in 24 hours. .
    Bide and out handsome onJId: mouVdlags : basis, fair for all. toes can only Maude Carter returned !u-iu-; I .* : 4 West Magnolia, lot 50x150 almost .
    and ham-caned trus oti, hand- obtained by securing subs riftions: last week from Jcaksonville! \\ !L"1e 1 ;' c new. : h >
    carved! capitals and music rest, either new, rt'nt'or old or by she was visiting her sser. w. s. MCGREGOR, Agent : .:. .:;,. ,

    rounded corners, fiantl-i}oiished mirrored rutting the nomination or frte voteletifieate <<< Iitp arruttlr: ; at Port: O'ai'V'-(I: : ':. -" VL'LCAMZER *. ": No. 110$20CO., truck farm 7'2; :- ,

    surface automatic t.'xtel4)'oll opt of each iwueKule ..mV.: Call .Intn-on..I.a! !< I t:, t Cottage Ave. Repairs that HOLD c ti acres cieareo'i 2 acres tiled, house ..: I

    music de.;k, artistically carved ,. 4. No employe! or memb r \\'. S. I II.h! .-. XHU V.-k. ...............0....e.....: and b3-'1. : i
    noisele: rolling fair beard \U'thnickelplated of his; family will be allowed to lar'tidpate : : I i -vr
    - --- - -- r No ir_$9000, of the best t
    one =
    ntiuuous hinge, tine < i'
    either as a nominator (cr' a 1. -= i ,
    block of elecUd; l IMrd! rock wafer voter in this contest. 'rI : homes on Ridge wood, furnished, large I

    built up in layers and cr s-banded.; Rule :5. Candidates: will nu Ure.MrUttd lot, garage. r t:

    warranted to withstand: any cfmute. in securing sutsscrpt: o !i-s it's a New Book oM No. 116-$2.000 will buy a nice t::; RJAd Hl ?

    composite metal frame, imported but may secure them !in any plate n I F f it's a Souvenir Novelty, home: five rooms and bath; hot ::

    blued t-teel tunings three strings, I the United States. and cold w-ter; electric lights; corner : I "
    it's something in Stationery and EngravingCALL ::
    overstrung bass special repeating action. -i Rule 6. Only one nominating coupon ( lot. .,., i;
    German silver hammer rail: entitling each contestant to :..Iltll"'
    :1 heavy best quality imported felt hammer 'i votes will be allowed. No. 123-A bargain at $3,600. Pal. ::

    muffler aotachauent: fur prac-tue. Rule 7. All votes mUst be, in the ON OR WRITETheH.&W.B.DREWCO. metto avenue, 3 bedrooms, bath, completely :: i '

    ten years quarters on inside of top ; ballot box by Thursday, :5:; p. m., t-f i furnished, good condition. IlL, ''4l i s

    cover in silver, 13 octavos best each week. i Houses exactly alike in sable roN

    quality keys, made in figured mahogany -i I Rule S. Votes ix-ut-d cannot be, valued at 6500. ;:

    height four feet, nine inches, Ij I; tl'tJl&erred to another contestant. -- I A. 15 '
    25 acres near city limits;
    width five feet, two inches, eight |:'" Rule 9. No votes will be allowed II I
    acres fenced and in cultivation: ; 6- ,
    boxed for shipment 900 pounds. I i on subscriptions' held over more 45-49 W. Bay St. JacksonvilleAND
    $ 100. room house and barns $2COO. :
    This k.> a prize well worth the efforts I than one week after being securedby :
    > of anyone I! contestant. Subscriptions, must B. Lot on Ridgewood in Hol'y': :: I i I I'

    x346jeach! ,\ The second prize to be awarded toj j be turned in promptly together with Hill 150x309 $500. 3: 1 '
    the contestant securing the second ]I the money collected for them. Votes
    00 each. largest number (..ft'ffi consists! of |I will be issued when the money is re- SATISFACTORILY.We ( C. 15-acre hammock grove; trees :: > ;

    a scholarship to Columbia College, j ceived but the contestant: may retain seven years old and in full bearing; :; .
    0 11 each railroad west of $3OOC -I .
    near Kingston
    the well-known institution at Lake these: vote> and caM them whenever I .,., r ,

    Oity Fla. This scholarship i is valued they wish. : D. PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL reG" 2N I :
    for Goods and Souvenirsin
    Headquarters I
    at. J100.( Rule 10. Nominators or contest are FOR SALE; CENTRALLY LO- c ae tax

    The third prize to be awarded! I ant's in the GazetteNews'cc'n: China and Orangewood, New and ; CATED; WELL FURNISEHD; CAN :;: I l J'
    i, $350. the contestant securing the third tent must agree to and accept: all:I SHOW PROFIT OF OVER $2,5CQ I ;

    )largest! number or.. votes cons:ets ; rules and conditions. Exclusive Novelties. i '1 t, '
    $400. of a scholarship! to Droughton'sPractical I !Rule I 11. The right! '!'s reserved to I RETIRE FROM BUSINESS.- E w

    Business College! of Jack eject any name of contestants for a $13,000 ON EASY TERMS. : !' +
    sonville, Fla. Th'5: scholarship; ; is; :
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    valued at $:))0. and will giv e some one I II..................... .N.....................................................: :Ala" E. Small cottage on corner: lot on l ,
    the chance of ,securing a good bu..slnese ! Ridgewood; lot 100x150; fruit trees, +I', l t

    ElMPANY education free. I I : The New Excursion Steamer : : well, $800 on easy terms. i t
    The fourth prize to Le awarded SOUTHLAND : F t I it t
    consists! i.t a beautiful mission writ I I : TO THE PICTURESQUE TOMOKA CABIN *. .' 4 4D.ON.THE.HALIFAX

    lag desk valued at $2:::.. This desk ., .. 5 We have some very attractive river front property JJ-a I I'
    was purchased from the sW, k of the'!
    Bingham A': Maley ('C' of th s (-it!> I I : DAILY I EXCURSIONS. 1.: :2 in Port Orange that can be sold on reasonable terms 2".; i iti

    and IIi row I on "exli.bitum: .ir th'-.r I. ---- ----- -- -- :* and at low prices. ea"r -.
    .,tore-. : : X'!, L L:'. "aii; ( I I':".U ', ,.' i e'tn'! l'', "p:> ," Kul'i-t: *"' r\i- ""Il! I 1....ird .- I i..Irv'" 1 I' i.--' :. r I 'l :: : tt :. : '" Q. I 1 4'-
    Mv'iK .V"i. [I'n. SI.00 the Round Trip. ** I' ; ,
    : \t th I' ::tr (' i.
    Seven other prize. i-t. l.s.t.: i a <.1! : : i: \ n:" !11: t 'pu ---- :r i'.:

    rebate: ceptLficatec, will be a\\oU'th-d. I I:1. : DAILY TIME SCHEDULE oehinula --r We have a general insurance agency andY :j;
    There certitk-atee are tranote'rabi! <. Lt.t\'t: P ltrid: ,;e "' at l,.. . '11 I :a '! .
    and will be accepted: for the r !tact: ', .: le'.V l.t.t\! .. ."> :t t. :i'i.:in 1 Lf'..\ .., Orm.-iiJ I I'-n: i..:_-' <'< '"i: .' 1 :. : : can insure against almost everything except 2M = ifl1i i

    value as part payment on a iMiuplu! Itet'ini: : to l'rir.teurg'' <<< ; .'ll"' k. l Ilayt..na.1.IJp.>: ; tnJ .
    --- -- frost and taxes. ( ; I i
    Upright Grand $450 piano.: I'ertuV t I'n.-i. '177 ?: .! SEABREEZE FLA. I :- ,m 4l't r t
    sates may be combined 'but credit for CHAS. F. BURGMAN Owner {K. -. .. !.... i;I.!:<:;..1 I"\Bi.i a r I

    more than $2"0;I Wl ll! not he allowed! ; ..... ............................................... ............................. .//11111lIlS1.slfJ1l- J J J J , . . 1 I J II1>ft$7711111fjllllll i I I i SY . . . . .=.1fp2tll\. .. .j-. I L )'f

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    F GENE JOHNSON liThe B&{ Man," says: "Belter pay 50c. For a "'":PHONE:'eT I: ItCEVtiAl.142-6 RINGS.1'Bicycle

    Page El Jh. BeU than coajk up $2.00 for yioliltioo( of tb. law."
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    11 Aut6 Scarfs and Veils !I.'I :... New Ordinance :0. .:. THE BARNES NOVELTY MAN. :.1 III :I 1 Ready-Made DRESS : I I f er' ea s+ t o

    i .t it i.i-: >'r:-i"l .....h.! ...: -imp. :. -. I 4.

    .. s: : Be It Enacted-that no per-oa : : .:I':\ : .:..'-:: t1.,::"' ..::,:".. It.'t .M..,..istll'i '. !;: -: : :"

    .. I A pass; Central Bridge without bu -- \:: I::: l-.l.l.-! TH'KTu.v; .,'II.! : :i We have j just opened up-our: new line of .

    : received another of Auto Scarfs. : : inj: a caa of Sherrard's anh.oke : .i .
    Just shipment *
    III' BARNES : : V/ear Dresses.: I II
    I r Tomatoes. : Ready-to- SeaRED
    Veils Veiling. This is the largest assortment we : . ,, Sixth
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    will .... lauain.l : -,-our $5.; n .1'paue.| Hilk Kr..i.: .
    Honor .IIII.Io.rn
    Your II I
    I. Mr. Mayer. o : .V..rr I. top' :and 1 n 101"1:1';: hllrp. I ;is; : r. a eo
    : have ever shown. Call before the popular shades I. >''u!.- >allOl.tlt.rT'N,1! | r..vdl'| I I
    please enforce. :t 1.1.-i ..,1\ 1110.:: .. tint I i- "t' nt: whack I -
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    : are sold. Prices ate right. 0 a. i.11 ':I.t. :or .iiy: want t-.111 u:; '

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    : THE PECK-HENDRICKS COMPANY : : West End of Central Bridge : -.si.. I .' i: -i ''i ...r.-_ .t. 1-iiUi.iia.: .K.a. _
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    II I I OUR WHOLE TIME IS I i Home Grown :

    TheatreHighClass I II DEVOTED TO ------ -- :
    Crystal I II III .

    'a usements.NEW I - '- i I Bicycles !II III I I i .:. Produceto

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    % I I GRA"A" T"OMPSO" 'I i : J. W. Ball & Son

    : DAYTONA i! i I 2 Opposite the'.Yacht Club :. 'j jw7t1 :. No. 237 North Beach St. 'Phone 55 j 'I BODY MONO OF SEI Bj I

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    THEATRE : I I :M i. ,.\,1 M"A I II. ,K nm .'I':\.-. 'i W. SHAFFNERReal

    4, Motion Pictures I 1 :....: :. ii, tr: .'I i: at In'it.I'];;

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    11t I t'. . .1.] i.s:. "lin-.r 1 : w.t.. .- t'ixt- ti: Estate and ,

    Have You Subscribed ? '-!:' !.: J players!; : to eurv' tinfi: "< ;11.1' Fire Insurance
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    i- .\1,1":1.1: I.! (;and; Ups-rl; i is, sub-nii/iil,! by t tie! /pint-rnrut'ut and witlnriri'i > 122 South Beach Street ItIt

    .. : <-i:: uf f all In Ann rica it i 1> u (l.ri\iI.!< jr to' !bear. thi \M'iks of tinsjrent. = : - - I I

    int-t.: ,.-ii (prll lit ,*' t'irit ran-ly i-mi'i t. I IUe; atr.iufurk.ulay. : mat.t I i-'l'U' SALE, I I'aii.o: i t i 1..1':, ti i" ,: r '. ,

    r tt','Itlatl True 1 :>Ilt'lti..usith piano liccoinpaiiinirdt. ire given from .! .in. 4..x1::: fret, at a barsMin.; : II..t. 'k tJ

    tiino to time by coru-vrt nuirtvltes: hut tlu>e, s-o toptuk.. are only the I :, Open Daily at 2:30Snow : IV-k: ::-. ';J-s-lt; : :'' .,... -I _

    I l.i-niM-i wli<> aunounc- the coiniii; of the important event; the reproduction : _ /jJ1j' '
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    with it-* brilliant coloring und picturrs and wa'e of Albany. NY. . 11.1.

    r t plea-e the eye, the mu..io to delight the ear, and the action the ram: ] ,\. KVKUY lloruML. .. who are among the gues s of the. .. ..r'''''' .' .

    to iilckrn the puNe.The .
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    ( I'rim-e: George! ho.el, are greatly :-=;::.. ;
    1:1I: is>li,>h Grand Opera Company and Orchestra:! now touring: theSoutt ; "' d.l..
    --- xxiiii Daytona u-nd its t ire : ,:
    otTerm IVtro :Ma"cagni "C \'all'rh Itur-ticana" (Rustic Chivalry 1- -: pleased 11.111 u
    ) a few weeks after a reasonable number of enthusiasts signify their >S Blanche Taylor! of C nc.nn.iu.: ('hrist.U! : S.NC: !. f ,....1 t ixu-vs :.r< roundmss and expect to remain here'j 1 CHILDREN'S EYES 1--,., ,. .,
    troll held Sunday mornings: at 1 Ilse I'aimelto .- for several xveeks. .Mr. Schaupp has
    Ohio: arrived l'ridaaft'rl'o' n ; .
    des-ire-to attend. A lit of prospective patrons i is nobeing made.T Cannot be too carefull= } safeguarded in ''Ht() u.
    Palm Beach where she had been v citing Club hoii>e on Orance avenue a t. spent previous seasoin ill Florida: and i ,.
    Enli"h: Grand; ) is assisted by the MetropolitanLadies' ul': '''0 aft)
    le Opera: Company for they :iliavu !but one (pair to lasta (>
    J for several seeks and will i 11 1 cluck andVedr ?sday evening 1 K !has; visited St. I'eiersburK: and other' I! ,.
    th u: II'
    Orchestra. i lifetime. It tht't't.rc. indicationsof '
    spend a few days with her friend. at. T::W.') Lesion subject. "Mind." points on the gulf and lower east j
    At the new Daytona Theater, Thursday. March 9th. mail ; Mrs. A, H. Carter, at Holly Hill be- coast but this is his first visit to any.huigroiiK unit your child'seyes alltl 1, u
    j ; I'I'f bring him or her and I will fit Task 'tl adI
    I I all reservations to W. S. Snead manager. j fore going to CLncinniti( going first The first quarterly conference o Daytona and he say>>J it is uudoubt1 1'a Ilk ' u'rh.
    Glass the
    them with t.i to correct:
    I j to New York \'ithe CI)' Pone,
    F trouble if medical treatment i i-* ncc-
    tlllr.t _''tor a several week's" v'-sia; with be held at the church Monday even LMr.. Schaupp i* also familiar with 1u j
    ... essiiry I will tell you =-o. son u .0 n
    - 11' friend. | in;; at T o'clock. The new s :- California, and while he liken the I, like a ound

    I ptjrintenderrt, C. Pied Blackburn, wil!Il sou-theru part of Ike elate he finds ]
    --- -- Dr. Neville H. Clark <('ltJZ' 0H
    i; preside. After the conference Ilev'. it too far from the bittiine- center !Ii .

    .t When You Are in Town S 5 5 0 0 buys street a residence furnished; 8 Beach rooms Mr. Blackburn wi 1 deliver the even', I i of the East. New York. | Optometrist i.=-'4 11.,11." UIt'I

    : and bath; modern Improvements ins sermon. I !" ;. . .
    : lot 50 by about 230 feet. Ad- i Look for the Sign of the EYE.
    Call and examine our methods and) consult" us upon terms. We invite ia.p.tion ress A. B., care Daily News. I *AT CLARK'S Crepe paper luncl!b: 'Bargain, quick idle, 2*-: acre. tl l h.-tJ.: :un.t:.
    and believe inn thorough accounting: by all banks to the public --.- -- I sets for picnics and !luncheons; plaii n room cottage in city. Enquire Ed-1: ,.. ta:. a lie

    Hud th ir patrons of the bank affairs. We believe the strength! of our re-
    soiree4' and the stability of our management! will appeal to you.PEOPLE'S the: steamer I'. S. A. Thursday from doth M; by 81 inches. 12: napkins 1::! ney. Stoabrt"t"zt"t{ ..AIII1 l' l

    I a three wt'ek'it: at point? down !I doilies: and! 6 plutt-s. 'aL; and se GREEN GOODS '1, .

    I the coast, making the trip south slat 1 them. 6s-6;' *New: Hupmobilf, fully equipijeu; .. inb.

    STATE BANK on the I*. S. A. lie says he had the for sale at :(, per cent discount it j ja 'l'

    j finest water trip he ever exile: it'nCtd"I. :Marshal A. .'. Gore Bond; 01 old at once; party I''
    DAYTONA FLORIDA. and can conceive of no . Beach street Thursday a brow 11'' chase touring car. .M. U. Auhiuan. | "
    I i are rarryiu a rnmplete' (;
    I 'a.to. travel as it avoids the dust I leather souvenir! handbag, evdentljju. dlt-wlt I .
    1'" ,hi .,' "'. I'. I.KI.\NI; I'. Iitr' \i. K.: "iY UTKKMrs. : and heat of the railway journey. Ir"1 .-;.l purchased at one of the souvenir I."e.>.f ( Ireen (.flN eries, in-
    \ .I" -1'..-,Ii -iit-.ti. It. SKYX1.: .IN, M. I.. XV 1.i'iiNEIt.p .: ; [Holt says the I' S. .\. and ,.! :
    consti-tu-I stores: which he brought tt* Room For Doubt. .
    I tion are doing'; quite a loal business
    this office. The same can be hat 1 The mrk'Nj clock bad just: cblI' t't1 ....1..1.I
    bet\ttett Kockledge and their meeMRj.
    by calling ai: the! Dairy News offk-' the half hour before mkJnlybt. and
    Golden Wax Beans
    point south of that place
    .: and proving ownership and pay in i? the girl in the iwirlnr t..nl"': was weary. .
    P4 I from Uockledge going south on one ,*. ;
    for this tMHic! M I'elSorem, she siM as she ,
    boat and transferring; to the ott* r Green Beans iu
    1"0,1 vainly atteuiptwl tv stranjrl; a yawn, ,
    I the return.FOH ** r'' "1 heard Kwrnethln; ailjout! the oft1' .I '
    AND I There IB news every day ia t thi you :- i CucumbersCauliflower Ii.F., .
    Daily Xland if Miss Alary Le. ('' lay that rOm sure" I IA ii.t tnip.- .
    S.\LE-Tlle combination: call "Ind.?.il:" hP eu.l.liuJIt..1.'b..t: was I II t .1
    'I laud will at the Daily News office
    launch and houseboat Poona Launchis it?" 01 I n
    : I
    before Monday night she wil I I ....
    1I ::8xll feet; full cabin; will sleep I o"I heard HOHM" one way': .\'ou't"I'P. ant I .1'Alall.'
    be presented with two tickets: tt .
    l,; speed up to T miles; two 10-h. p.engines -a*y c.,lns; chap" abe ansr.HL. < Tomatoes
    I .
    is entertaining
    E. 1 I. Remember we keep everything itladles' the Crystal i theater.Born. 'bl'l
    I 1 cac News. (t I'
    ; electrically lighted: ; Ut"W.I' .
    Mr. and Mis. ;
    her father and mother ; and gent's wearing apparel -
    J.V.. IVatsall. of Kidgewtxid. N. J.I. I at the Bee (five. North Beach St. 37t built in tlto l! ; good *,.afe. comfortable I Thursday morning to Mr. am J Realistic.I PeppersThey ,0.i.,I.

    at her deter: home 011'OIIl -i1; I I' launch for pleasure. A bargain for Mrs. D. M. Guleserian, a. eon. CoAt|I The .\ltthnr-W..II. how did yon like, : I
    avenue Mr. and Miv. 1'earsall having I The benches (provided by the Daytona anyone> wanting to cruse ii>si
    arrived from the north Friday after- '' board of trade and distributed ters.:: Come and see; you are welcome now "Dick's"always pleasant: counUuaiHe The f'riti,'- --Oh it was= very nfc>e. II I are Always Fresh. I hi i
    along the Launch at c.irulJer-\lorrh; dock. noon. street parkage are being The Author-Didn't you think th. \to ,
    I freely used by thl"'it>itors ii> the for he it> doubly pleased: that fortunt? 'hurci! -ene reaHstlf?
    A member of the of I..
    I Seven passenger car to let and city. These benches were made by Daytona favored him in that the tir-t gift ol r The rrlti.Intensely' so. Wh,'. a''I ,.
    ; automobiles stored at reasonable I II. T. McClellan, an advetrker:: in the trade found four ladifn au the rail- the stork prove to ba ....11 to perpetuate g'f>:tt ninny of us :n-niilly \\.nt; to I II DAYTONACOLD << ".
    i mtfs. S.UU'tOG.IXX O'.tilews, who conducts a noveltywork road depot Friday afternoon in a his family najue.: sleep I !h liI'!! It ux: "n. l>,nl..|u, Tit "I'
    G.\R.\GE.j quandary as to where to go and what I BIts. 1.
    l\hone 11::: on North Ridgewcod axenue. STORAGE CO.R. .
    to do in a place entirely strange to Service* at the Kingston M'Hjods.t )- t

    John Ulythe. of I'ittsburg, la., ar-I -- I them. The gentleman gallantly: prop i church will be coud-uciied[ b> rn:: ....ftONP : D. JOHNSON, M .\ '
    rived in the city Wednetiday and has For sale at a bargain Ten room I ferred the use of !his; automobile and II (>>cislOI'. Thos. R. Adanib :Sunday Tin r..a. ." :
    with house at C21 So. md e\\'ood. lot 10) ibis time, telling the ladies he was\ a -<111
    Ll'en'isiti 1g for a few day I I morning subject will: b'', "CSivi! t.i t' I

    hit friend, J.V.. Shield, and family front Itfv deep plenty: of shade member of the board of trade and i i Triumphal Entry :it! t",IIa!,; :":, i iJ - .-. - ---::; .1 '

    on Vousia avenue prior to becoming trees; all improvements' e'ectric would a->::>t. them a.4: far as htl! The subject for th- e':1..L) :::: .?".'IM n1 I;I I Live Long and j jI I. . Jt.
    lights city water, etc. Everything could. II; offer :
    .a guest at tiie Islington for ;s was accepted and will be 'The S.mp... ty "i t.
    the balance of the season. in good repair. Addrettis box 00. tf he finally located the party at the |I Faith.: \li is(x f'ettll:1'1: : :.I,.II i SweatersMen. t.I..... .,

    Prxwpect on South Illdgewood: avenue !i during! the nor u.n.! <-rt: ,. I

    FOIl SALE-Five-room cottage; The steamer I". S. .1. of he Indian I after showing; them the beauty of thecity "The Heavenly Home. J! Die Happy I I. 1:1.

    bash, hot and cold wail'r.ddre>'s river line departed this morning and the towns upon the penin I ti.tl! '

    1'. O. box 10J. K. L. Smith real es from the, Prince George dock for sula. In the rneaut"'one ,he had discovered 'I The Florida) East Coast Rail\\a'\ .. "'H'' ,

    tate agent. 62-s&w-lt.:! Miami and intermediate poinT. with I that the ladies and himself' not noted for its attachment to.t f..1

    the largest pa. benger: list! !She has had mutual friends in the north. I schedule, but Thursday th. tra.n! : I .1 I 'hi.. w

    s ('. B. Unkwood. of Cleveland 0., had so far this season. Capt. McCoy -- were more than ordinarily off t.11" Buy loyal: starlet Can Ii IiI Iii "III!
    will speak at the ChrViian church : was obliged to delay the boat foi .W.\XTElJ-U.It'l') on first more and the Miami: express No. 3" du i I Women I

    tomorrow 11 o'clock.\ 11U: sub a few minutes until he could! go ga.gddre: 3 X this office. 6S-tf here from the south at 3:08 in tin I g''>oJs, tLe finest food f ,

    ject will be "Early History of the I ashore and secure additional deck -- afternoon did not arr \ to' until 7 p. m. .

    Disciples of Christ Northern Ohio chairs to accommodate the increased Dr. and Mrs. W. U. Rogers and theJootor's i and most of the trains were more: o r pnjducts in the world. i : and
    parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Q/r1
    and the Movement Inaugurated by patronage. [ less off schedule. The delay will: h
    and his Co- Rogers, of Bristol. Va., and Mr. and I The stock is new and
    Alexander Campbell j No. 3u was! due to her engine' gain g ;
    -- ---
    -- - Mrs. James GiUi I Children'sSweaters
    Worken;:' All are invited. Rogersville, bad. i
    Tenn., have rented one of Mrs. M. J. I clean, and our prices
    -- Saturday CandySold Holmes' houses on Third avenue and Dom 1
    Hex. Dr. King Pendleton and w f..
    FOH -Dry ; i
    lishment. Good cash' business; e.lab'l cheapif Today at29c willtpeud several weeks In Daytona.Dr. | of Atlanta. Ga., were Daytona v._- are right. Call allll
    Rogers and his wife and parents ] tors Thursday in with tw..1
    quick liov E, lJ.lytODi.Bea.l'b,1 company ,
    prices !l'
    I.'a.e b.
    passed through the
    FLi. 6-6 city early in January daughters and tbeir'sonina"! fl/ I
    on an automobile trip flow thw'.i. :
    R. Ferran, a prominent bi ;mess wet!
    home city to Miami: and were >o of EU tii.: The pasty: doe: 1\ .. RaTh
    Twenty ladies: were deighlfullentertaiced > pleased with the appearance of Dax- from Kui tis
    by automob.lf: : tit t-
    Friday afternoon by MrA. -. tona that they solved to I'llIr.. I 1 4 ,
    A POUND return; : B. 1. and )lr- "a'1; 1F ] I -
    Ayers at her home oa Valley street here and spend some time. They only ,. ,, .. =
    IIr IaIt.Atnta.rn
    : J] :
    : :
    : : .tJ ;' t ;: 'J t ia :!:" :' I
    Seabreeze. Mrs. :igren, a guest of The Purest and Best Candy made I stopped over for one night on : !L.. ; '"., : : '. !!:, !' !p.i; lli- | L Lyman Grocery D it

    Mrs. Swans and Mre. Hige't w. won .I for that price. way tuuth. L.r. no''ir< ;. t : .: \: . \\ .-J: I It
    first prize in a memory game. Mr>. a great ". ;- tiI.! -. HANKIU
    t \1"
    It. E. Olds, of Lansing Mich., a Sold oaK atYoung's through a!. : . i ipivtty ', Every Day is BargairiDay} !
    lie: Ii
    guest of Mrs. Geo. Sheets, "'as' : toll, .. .. .. ... " Here. 5 here \ ,
    : \ i
    gUClt of honor at !the patty.s I Pharmacy t't.:' ; I:: .\\ .', .. f' a 1IQeelac. TOE fOSIfi[ CO. )' 4

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