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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
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Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: December 6, 1909
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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DAYTONA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1909


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CEVILLE H. TARKT
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AT NOON.


~I~D AT NOON.


WEST TEXAS DEVELOP-
MENT CONGRESS CONVENES
SAN ANGELO, Tex., Dec 6- A
large attendance marked the opening
of the West Texas Development
Congress here today. A number of
prominent speakers are scheduled for
the several days that the gathering
will remain in session.


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WASHINGTON, Dec. 6-The sec-
"m eeslom at the Sixty-first Congress
Open promptly at noon.
Crowds streaumed to the capitol all
Bo.ing. Many were unable to gain
dmision and walked the corridors.
Vice President Sherman called the
Senate to order. Chaplain Ulysses
Pierce gave the invocation.
Roll call showed a Quorum
Sector Hale presented a resolu-
Ucs directing the secretary to notify
the House of Representatives that
the Senate was ready for business.
Senator Aldrich presented a resolu-
tion appointing a committee of three
to notify the Presldent.
The death of Senator MartinJohn-
om was announced and adjournment
taken in his memory
Speaker Cannon called the House to
order, and a program exactly similar
to that of the Senate was carried out.
In addition, however, the new wep-
resentatives. Mr. Credie, of Washing-
ton. and Moxley, of Illinois, took the
Oth of office.
The death of Representatives De-
Ammd aad Lassiter, were announced
ad adjournment taken.
Tomorrow's session will be devoted
to the reading of the Presidents' mies-
sae.

qpper" I Full of
Vnim Proposed Laws.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 6-A large
pist of biUs, resolutions, etc., were
dumped into the "hopper" by sena-
tos and representatives today. Many
demand further "sugar trust- in-
vestigation. while others demand tarif
changes.


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SOMINENT ADVERTISING AGENTS CHAMPION


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THE DAILY!
I PLEASED WITH
IN WHICH IS


St. Elmo Massengale. president of:
e Massengale Adv'erti-siag Agency.;
Atlanta, one of the largest ad% tr-
tlsiig agencies in the 'ountry,- 'AaS a.
V64itor to Daytonia over Sunday M r
aMablieugale is not a stZ'aiiger to 1W -
tona, but has twen hete on
oc('&i~5ofi. lUkt-' e~ tryolit IeWh
setts a glii;mpst, t.%vii ot it., beau-
tie".: ti ii-. etraiipturt-d itl Ih (-,,I%

veiVs of11. tii he IIali I NtAz '. aind gatte it


Jack Frost


Christmas Gifts from the


Gruber-


Morris Hardware Co.


You're undecided what to give? Why not come to our store
and look around? Perhaps you had not thought of connecting a
hardware store with your Christmas buying? We invite you to
visit our store, you will find here many exceedingly interesting


suggestions.


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DR. Q. D*W. AKE


Cmcs Samh Bech S os
sitigCity RanL


WAR PRACTICALLY DECLAIEI


TODAY AGAINST NICAIt


PAINTERS AND DECORA-
TORS IN CONVENTION
CINCINNATI. 0., Dec. 6-The an-
nual convent ion of the Journeymen
Painters anid Decorators' Inte-rna-
tional I'nion assembled in Cincin;ati
tolay \\ith an attendance of delea t-s
t'roini inany cities of thif- I'nir IdStat's
tild ('Can)ada


PAYS ELOQUENT EULOGY TO

THE ABSENT BROTHERS.

HON. CHAS. DOUGHERTY DELIV-
ERED ELKS' MEMORIAL AD-
DRESS AT CRYSTAL THEATRE


SUNDAY EVENING.


Look at the clock.
'T is the hour o f Eleven:
Think of those on Earth
And those in Heaven-
Our wives, sisters.
Sweethearts and mothers,
And think in sttence
Of -Our Absent Brothers."


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BIG SHOW.


EXPOSITION AND


SCENE OF THE


Appropriations

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Representative S u Iz or

Introduces Drastic

Resolution.

\VA\SHINGTON. Dec. 6--Representa-
tive Sulwnr, today declared war on
Ni'aragua in a resolution introduced
into the Hfouse proposing that the
President us.e the land and naval
Ol'e- tv ee.-to', order, maintain
)'peace and pt iroect life and property
in Zh-Iyai's r-public The resolutloni
(lt-inainds the arrest, trial atnd puniash-
nient or Zelaya for tihe murder of
American citizens.
Vice-('onsutil C'aldt-, in a dispatch


to t rf )4at '',I 'tpat.


today SaY
belinlg sent


i~t-4W I'll I -bart 1e %% ith Estra.
It. I,--;::~jr thtat he i- prepare.
ti f Vt. V murtry mc ~'se c'tde-


A Decisive Battle


is Expected Tomorrow.


Gen"-I'al iEsr rad.i, po ~ozlpresident
a1111 1-'n -ar ad r, is today
aw~aiting ain attack by Zela.%ats troops
Zeay m is arching on Estrada a Vo-
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V-11 bll Ii.' N ate Ie-Utu fiditiug
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MORE OCCUPATION LICENSES

ISSUED THAN LAST YEAR.


WARNING OF


SOLICITOR FiSH


HURRiED MANY DELINQUENTS.
O- OTHER NEWS FROM THE
CLNTyT COLRT HOSE.


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:TRei s, PACifiC CONDUCTORS

In These Northwest. NORTHERN PACIFIC CONDUCTORS


OUT ON SYMPATHIC STRIKE.


ItOday


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Met Death in Electric


Those oi Great Northern Chai~ This M0~ nine.


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W. H. WRIGHT..
Painting
Paper Hanging
Decorating
219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE


T. E. itz-gerald E. F. Oates
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counmsellors at Law
Special Facilities for Examining
and Perfecting Land Titles
Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone IM


RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
Disposition to Treat You Right.
Let ts Be Yi ur Jewelers.
L. H. ROWE & CO.


COMPLIMENTS
NEWS AN> II
THE CITY I
PUBLISHED.


In firrain ~ltIg for the liiterwati.mu.-d Lm.1 sk j v n j~wptit.1 111 bt, k-,l':, *. Li( '' ia."iWeIt.0 to r,01, ':
Lliggest cn~wd of vliiitors since thle ~orlit's fairii' i ~ Th pr-ize I :,-t !laIm I a I I W 11:, 1 tws. ii iem t ..f thI I
Stock expoizitiori and horse' sh'iwv wa-. -uth, it'ltit' t ti. '1u.t ta r'!ia. a7iit I.'~ityi~Ia
entriesi eanie !u lu sliwh riiimihers as tto grarantee that the ~tb~- 'r,~m;Ieyc. ~tii fr~kind .
b,2k) In the rnltet st atotO%. l ejeT II diZ,*t tt ock- N*er' he .. r* .x 11 c r.Lros4.,i t- ii
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BAKERY GOODS.
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MAC'S BREAD
THE REAL STUFF

MAC'S CAFE
I THE REAL THING
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3 TOMOKA RIVER and"
2 NEW SMYRNA

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By L. C. DEMAREE.
One of Daytona's crowning glo-
ries is her incomparable beach. No
one who ever set foot upon its
smooth. packed sands: no one who
ever pedaled a bicycle over its ex-
panse: no one who ever drovE a
prancing pair of horses and listen-


ed to the popping of their steel shoes,
upon :ts asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power au-
It:;ob'.' do\' IIthe broad stretch of
ax:i' -'ashed and surf-packed sand
^;r:: r'a:;:'ed that 't s a world-bear -
t ,.1 ,`, -xv. wonder. 6"', "J ""i'
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A Specialty of
Interior Decorating.
Orers May Be Left at Rowes
2Jevdry Store.
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DAYTONA VULCANIZING WORKS
out.Enh Bvch ftin-.t .-nid of CottMIaz Av n'.
eppotll<- Yacht Clu'h
A. Up-tW-Date Plaot for the Repair of
AUTOMOBILE and BICYCLE TIRES.
WM. S. McGREGOR. From the Workshops!
of the Fish Rubber Corpany


Always Fresh....

LOWNEY'S
CHOCOLATES at
T. F. CURTIS & SON
Now Going at 50 Cents a Pound.


DUNN BROTHERS
Now Have an

Expert Bicycle Man


Work Guaranteed


Bottom prices.


N. ERICKSON ;



C. NASH & SON, Tinsmiths
SHEET METAL REPAIRS for
AUTOMOBILES. Boat Work




BUSINESS AND
| 'PROFESSIONAL |
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o superficial observer. WXVith such lav-
* ish wealth of natural beauty it be-
came an easy thin? for the hand of
1 man to give the finishing touches
which have wrought out the colors
and outlines of the bi, picture.
Man did all this in the laying out
of the streets with their wide margins


of parkagt. Te etr iybeeomes
great park. wvi-ih driveways inter-
sec:U~. iitl-s'ipcn m.ies c-f drive-
'~ay. sSo 4 it asto at,:rac t m'torist s
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M. L. Waggoner
Resident Manager
Desirable Bhildiing
Lots on all. streets
in -own; also river
and ocean sites
Ofiee on
'c-an Boulevard
4EABREEZE



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Daytc &a, F'a.


SXEABNZ2 4ad DAYTONA
pmAMC, two *IMIprui*4 -4e
Fee& iVS towns an the RMM
fax Peninula. aregeno 'kanly m
although incmipp ---A s a pr
municpaliti65& The towns pmucd
the peninsabl north a no-th for a
distance of from three and one-half
to four miles, and extend east and
west from the surging seas of the'
Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax River,;
the beautiful tide-water str that j
sets them apart from Daytona with
which they have close communion'
by means of three bridges, as well as,
a half-hour ferry service.
I Seabreeze and Daytona Beach arce
I essentially summer and winter re-
:sorts and are making hundreds of
'new friends every year among those
Iwho desire to scape the discomfort-
ing extremes of heat and cold. and
their hotels and boarding houses
are now receiving splendid patron-
age from the most discriminating
class of tourists.
The mean average ternpcrat-are. 30
degrees in the summer and 70 degrees
,3 the wa:nter. ^vth an cc3zsicnal
..xtra rise or drop ol 'a ne.w days dur-
aton. -narks *his as one ;:e .t :
healh:'ul locatnc-s :a an. .'.;':ca ..:
the zcua-r'-,. 7,zyr,,b das!. ^uh.r*>.
The ocean isl:. -^ith :ts arvel_ .
beach. hard as macadam and -%rn-.ch
as a !!oer. is *he greate-.t *ra: t-n.
although earth and air ir. _-,it -see-
.o have entered intc a c;rnbinau:ca
to enhance :-s every :harm. The
b-each :s *he :amcus a-acri.e race
course ^"here every -or: a
a-way record ha- s en a rad- liad a..,
these records .: -
w'sthOut r-valr"
The sand c s: thi :n uii -
is pcseJ :arz.'.: 'he -a:.-
,he coquiaa ca-.-;.c: x- .^^

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c 'no h~a-s -,: .cen :t. Repairs ArC
nccessAr-.-. a-s :*.ice each 24 hours
is Cntire-I rebuilt y: Y he tides.
Thie beach haz, a -.dth o: 300 to 5!0
Ceet. and CAn be '--cd :rod C h hc ,
a:te~r nn::. t *o hears be:orc h:^h ':dc
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DAIWTMNA. FLA.




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Estate
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Insurance
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of New York
Hartford Vit.v I nsur-
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Lfverpol- London


Land Surveyed
and Platted


My Specialty -


J IM SKYRNA is situated fifteen!
milsm aoth of Daytoma and is an
-I m qa_ _- h-mDaytona by
Sa I 0 umrae road wioding through
at O-i picturesque parts of
Florida.
With it ailmt rainm dating back
I to a time whenm the history of man
runneth not, interlaced with wires of
the modern telegraph and telephone,
its miles of shell streets as hard and
smooth as a floor and over-arched by
Shoary forest giants that grew in state-
t1 lyI grandeur during the lapse of by.
* gone centuries, New Smyrna is truly
a place of romance and rest
All nature here is very inviting to
the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
too is to be focnd the best fishing and
hunting in the State of F- ida.
The people are thrifty, the busi-
ness men mtrprisizng and all unite
n extending the welcome hand of
hospitality to staungrs. There are
five church edifices for white people
and an equal number for the colored
population; the town has an wcelnlet
high school, a splendid public lib-
ray, and up-to-date business houses
There any number of pretty
homes tor the permanent popV'.tion
which numbers dose to 2,000. ad
som very fine winter r mi4dene
Theearme good hotels and boarding
houses where you cman find accomo-
datiom to meet your requirements.
Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a
section of vegetable land as can be
found anywhere. This land has
been divided into small, farms which
can be bought at reasonable prices
Some of the finest celery grown in
the State is raised on this land. All
other vegetables grow in ab"nAan'-c.
and here, too, is the home of the fam-
ous Indian River oranges.
New Smyrna has no bonded in-
debtedness and the tax levy is low.
A point that no tourist should fail
to visit is the ruins of the Old Span-
ish Mission which stand somber and
alone about one and a quarter miles
southwest of New Smyrna. A good
road leads to the place and the trip
can be easily made by an automobile.
Silent, in the great pine fiats by the
margin of the forest, is this place of
pilgrimage for the pious; this ren-
dezvous for the picnicker. The raiF s
are extensive, and while there is no
authentic history of their origin, it
is presumed that the Mission was
builIt by the Franciscans in the days
when the once powerful Kingdom of
Spain first planted its lag upon what
is now American soiL It was built
of coquinma, the roof being of the
same material, cut into thin slabs
and covered with cement plaster.
Extensive gardens surrounded it,
which were enclosed by a stone
wall, portions of which still remain.
Visitors usually come in parties
merry and curious but the spell of
the place soon falls upon them and
they separate to sit alone, silent and
meditative, under the arches or be-
side the ancient well.
CORONADO
Is situated on the peninsula opposite
New Smyrna and is connected by a
good road and bridge over th. deep
current of Indian River. Here you
can put aside your conventional


tarb, breathe in large and dcep the
salty tonic ot the sea and enjoy youi- '
SClt to your heart s cotncut %itli r.,,d
and reel in row or sail boat or iu the


THE'

REAN lOUSE
F. W. SAMS
PROPRIETOR

Rates:
$3.00 per Day
Special per
* Week
Excellent Hunting
and Fishing
NEW SMYRNA
FLORI DA


HOTEL

TURNBULL
NEW SMYRNA
FLORIDA
A House Strictly
First Class in
Every Respect
Dinners for Motor-
Ing Parties a
pecialty
Rates: $2.00 per
LDay and Up
BENNETT and
HODGES
PROPRIETORS




F6AL16ATH
High Grade
Men's Outfitter
NEW SMYRNA
FLORIDA


BELL'S
While at
New Smyrna I
LUNCH
at
BELL'S


L. C. CHISHOLM
Tonsorial Parlor
Oldest stand In town
NKW SXTYRNA, FLA.
Moles and Warts
Rt.moved 'Without
Pttia
Pa In
SANITARY BAITHS

PURE

ICE CREAM
Confections
Cold Drinks

Th.o BRst of Ev.ry-
thing in Our Line


RIZY'S


New Smyrna
Is tho Pilcs


ROSE VILLA
MRS. H. MOEI.I.:R
Proprl-.trtis
M,.n for Tr n"r e';t

NEKW S.M1YFtNA
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ASK
ME
ANYTHING
If ftor


the Good
of It NN'


Drop a line to me at
ORMOND


I'm Just gotng to
sit h-r' and fish and
eat Oranges this
winter. There itre
omei good ci.mp
grounds near mine.
Oonit, and pitch your
tont on one and join
me on th log.
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ROSE VILLA
Plons.inlitly Io on rnl;i: .idt .Av,..
ORMI)Ni, FI.A.
Frank M::-on. Prop.
Rjtt.s: "-'.'S :intd J2.51
p.r (ly; $ -.-. to
$'5:.i I"'-" w....1k


JAS. CARNELL
ORMON), FLA.
Mnnuf.ctur.t-r of
Pure Home-Made

GUAVA JELLY
MARMALADES AND
TROPICAL
PRESERVES
Special Attention to
Family Orders
**G--T AWAI ATM
Pin Am,'rlcin Ex-
.posltion-Buffalio
V'Wst India Expoi--
tlon-4 'htirl-ston
t.ouilslii nu Purehbae
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E. C. TOTMAN
ORMI)NM I, FLA.
Fine Groceries
Vegetables Fruits
Sal it n l Sinok,'d
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MOUIDGROVE
ORANGES
and
Grapefruit -
Best Eiro vn
Itll,i !"* Mi;, -
Nort h nf
II' -TE I. L.iqMN 1'
Beed, Knox and
Beed Company
BT I' '\V Po-t,)"' C.r


] ORMOND-ON-THE-HALIFAX


ORMOND is five miles north of
Daytona, located on the western
bank of the Halifax River. The lo-
cation of the town permits of good
drainage and perfect sanitation; the
elevation is superb and ideal for
winter homes. A wide bridge con-
nects Ormond with Ormond Beach.
Mblany fine residences are main-
tained on either side of the river,
most of them embellished with sub-
tropical flora and shrubbery, besides
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
trees.
The town is very cosmopolitan,
has an excellent graded school, sev-
eral churches, a fine public library,
up-to-date places of business and
comfortable and convenient hotels
and boarding houses.
: Ormond has many of the Florida
attra-tions-fine fruit, good fishing,
excellent automobiling, safe boating,
salubrious climate and pleasant
walks and drives.
At Ormond Beach is located the
large Hotel Ormond, and its lesser
sister, Bretton Inn. The former oc-
cupies a position overlooking the
Halifax River, while the latter has as
its outlook the magnificent beach and
the broad Atlantic.
The walks in all directions are
particularly attractive, and the ar-
bors, shady and inviting spots and
romantic nooks are crowded with
rustic seats which are mute invita-
tions to enter into the enjoyment
i thereof,.
Besides the broad, smooth ocean
beach there are many drives for car-'
riage or automobile-long drives and
short drives; drives through groves
of golden oranges; drives through
dense tropical forests to Spanish
I ruins; drives to the ancient Cause-
way built by the slaves of planters
of long ago, and drives to the planta-
tions of hospitable settlers, whose
places are replete with the interest
of Southern' fruits and flowers.
One of these interesting planta-
tions is Number Nine, located on the
peninsula, five miles north of the
Hotel Ormond. Here you see a fine
orange grove, together with great va-
rieties of other sub-tropical fruits
and flowers.
Five miles further on --ou comec to
Moundgrove, one of the hiucst oran',c
groves in this section of Florida.
Moundgrove is on the hcadwatcrs of
the Halifax River and is a;uid pretty
surroundings. The place is reached
by a good road [passing Number
Nine] and is a drive all tourists may
enjoy.


PflTTAP(' ANI'R11iM.'4 TI) LFT-t
COTiTAGES F jM*!-.n i- ;A k1, r!Ii vn -
i-op v!--ii i: #)ii I


CALL ON
OR WRITE TO)

MACON

THORNTON
ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAY
INTERETEI)
IN PROPERTY IN
(ORMOND OR
ORMOND BEACH
H,. Will Give Your
Busln,-.s Prompt
Attention


MILDRED LODGE
F F ii'rt 'rly Mildr- VI hI I
I )n t 'iv r Frtii
OKItiMO)%>1. F'l..\.
A First Class Mod-
ern House; Rooms
Single or En Suite.
with or without
Private Bath. Scr-
vice and Cuisine
Unexcelled.....
A. M. WATSON
Propr.


COOK'S GROVE

On the Ormnond
Road Half Mile
South of Orrmond

One of the Finest
Groves il Volusia
County .

VISITORS
WELCOME


THE

RIUBY ORANGE
aInd

MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES ,
Are Produced at

"NUMBER NINE"
Their Reputation
is Established. Nc
Comment is R'al!v
Neces,;ar-y.


I PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE j


PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY
1!1,.-.
OWNER of the BEST
River Front
PROPERTY
%IN PORT ORANGE
Iime Truck Lands
i et*<...
4 t. F OK TrS. ->cc.,
Dl)s t % \ H-)\%% .S. A9t
i 'lv )range.


;P I~llll0O

(iencral
;'- I\ I K t I
I I


PORT ORANGE is a pretty little!
village situated five miles south of
Daytona on the Daytona-New Smyrna
hard-surface road, the scenic highway
of the East Coast. The town is lo-
cated on the Halifax River, over
which spans a bridge from the town
to the peninsula opposite.
The town is well laid out and has
.'iauy pretty hlionmes owned and occu-
pied by residents and winter tourists.
It has sev..tral churches, one cf the
heit gradICA schools in Vo'lusia
C,,u'TV, t .o en-ecral stores, a re.l
tatc a.acuny aitd two or three hotel>
A I.i igc itii.r'cr oi tourists a:.d
C I "' 7 '-id d ;s vt :a.ikc Port Or-0i'
.,r t e.t*..i .-:t. '-, o c: .c -.cv -
.>il a *-.d .'* .i '". *, t';c c i .- ^ j .t
ole t: 'Cv
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PORT ORANGE

BEACH
Lots for Sale.
Liberal Terms
Allowed for
IMPROVEMENTS
Ocean or River
FISHING
it i: 4't
?1 ,?11 14) \ 1

WM. C. IOWKES
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Port Orantc

OYSTIR C(.

(i* I k P'S atnd


DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA


VOLUSIA
COUNTY
BANK
DzLAND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

A. D. McBRIDE
President
J. B. CONRAI)
Vic Pr-sildtnt
8. A. WOOD
(Ca-hle-r


G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Drugs, Stationery,
Huyler's Candies,
Kodaks, Cigars
DzLAND, FILA.


J. mPERKINS

Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law


WIN Practtet In
Mrate and
FKd,,ral
Court-

DrILAN I. Fl.A.


. D. BAHYNES
Grocer
DzLAND, FLA.

.V.. ak for
*our Tradk-."


LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
PracticlIn In fil
Mtat' nud Fidri l
Outrr t .
SIpecial facl!ltfi for
invvatlgatln annd
p trfetni tit fl .
IrLANTI>. FI.A.


STEWART & BLY
Isac A. Mt-wairt
Egtford By
Mary Stew!rt
Attorneys at Law
and Notart-s Publlc
1F:I.AN'D. FL.\.


FOUNTAIN'SS"
DoLAND. FLA.

Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


For Florida
FARMS
GROVES
TIMBER or
TRICK
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Tiff 60[1[0

R[4[TY CO.


DELAND, the county seat of
Volusia County,
is situated 23 miles southwest of
Daytona and is reached from the lat-
ter city by an excellent hard-surface
road recently constructed.
At DeLand is located the John B.
Stetson University, one of the lead-
ing educational institutions of the
South. Because of the interest in'
matters educational DeLand is known
as "The Athens of Florida."
Stetson University has a faculty of
50 professors and instructors. There
are over $400,000 in buildings and
equipment, nearly $300,000 endow-
ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep-
re.enting an investment in building,
endowment and books, of more than
$120,000. The library is the United
States Government depository for the
State of Florida, and contains over
15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one
of the newest of 16 buildings, with
its furnishings, represents an outlay
of $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of
the most beautiful college buildings
in the South.
The city has a population of about
3,500, with a thickly settled country
adjacent. DeLand proper is five
miles east of the St Johns River, on
the high, rolling pine land of the
great "Orange Ridge" of Florida.
The predominating products are
oranges and grapefruit, the estimated
crop from this vicinity being over
300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
peaches, pears, Japan persimmons,
plums, pecans, guavas, strawberries
and other fruits are grown in plenty.
In the way of public improvements
are many miles of fine shell roads, an
excellent high school, electric lights,
a system of waterworks that i, owned
and operated by the city, supplying
the purest water at little cost.
Nine houses o; worship testify that
DeLand is a church-goinm commu-
nity. Baptists, Episcopalhans, Meth-
odists (Northern and Southern). Pres-
byterians, Christians and Catholics.
besides colored Baptists and Metho-
dists, are represented.
The graded school offers a teu
years' course, and the building which
it occupies is newly furnished
throughout, and is one of the moit
commodious and best equipped pub-


lic schools in the State.
The trip from Daytona to DceLand
is made by automobile in a little
over an hour, and there are many
pretty drives in the vicinity of the
county site. A good road leads to
DeLcon Springs, five miles, a historic
spot. where 60,000 gallons of water
bubble from the earth every minute.
From DeLaud automobiles go south
to Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and
marl roads; theSt.Johas is crossedby
ferry near Osteen and cars can then
continue to Sanford and Orlando by
hard road. There is a shell road
iron DeLand to Orange City, tive
uilt:s, a-d a lood road from DeLaad
to lake Hcleu. a lik: distance.


BON SmiDS10[ BRICK CO.
\ ..
I iight (irjnitc, lBuif, Rcd and
'raeh Bfmk


STETSON

1IIYEISITT
DILA" D, FLA.
Four OoUs a"d I
Technumi "ustem.
tn nrly I
nuopment n.je -
Faculty of 40 PrI.
tesor and Im-
structors. Christia.,
but Don-ftwtarian
Touching.
For Inforuanloa,
addrt-ss:
Lincoln HlUcl,
Ph. D.. Litt. D.,
LL. D.
Prv-ident


BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY
Manufacturers of
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
Ag-nt4:
Mtsury's PalnU
Paroid Roofing
Whit. -hal Icement
Ei Dorudo Plaster
(;"orIa nClay Brick
Bond Sand Brick
Ir.LAND. rLA.


ALLEN'S
N xt to Puvtoffic
DRUGGISTS
JEWELERS
P vI.AxNI. F1A.


A. H. WOODALL
The
Leading
GROCER
rT r. \vi'. Fr. \.

J. A.
ERICKSON
& CO.
I..t s:,'1-A Of
Pianos. Organs aud
Sewing Machines
ku'.i "*f .Iti "oriv i-r
Ileal. \N I-, VI.


Florida Wagon
Works and
Machine Shops
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Proprt,,tor
I 'l..\N1). FI.A.
Min'.iu-,wur-r of
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SILAS
B.
WRIGHT
INSURANCE
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All orwt of br b for all purposes
Tooth, nail, bath, flesh, hat. hair. skin
or cloth There is a -e-t deal of
brush humbugpr,,- in th- world. Let
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IAUM NAIY!


SPECIAL.


A Featre of the Greatest Sale


Ever Held in the C:.v


Buys a New

Boudoir

High Grade


PLAYER PIANO
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from M ofd tw hfemet hotels in the North, and white
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Sent Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, .
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I THE PRINCE GEORGE


Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors


DAYTONA, FLORIDA


Enlarged and Improved Since Last Season.


Large and Beautiful Grounds---Located on River Front
Sae Management as THE BRISTOL! Asbury Park, N. J.
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THE PINES 5
Situated on the highest point oft Ridgewood avenue. Large,
airy rooms. Accomodates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele- X
phone, electric lights, furnace heat, private bath. New and
homelike appointments. MRS. J. B. HINSKY. Proprietress.
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NEW SEASIDE INN
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES
Everything Modern, Homelike and Comfortable. Directly on
Atlantic Beach. Surf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and up
HORACE F. STEWART
DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA.


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~~-:kod 1if:l'~g th.d t"a r.ii",\;lle
S..L'0 a!t' U! \%(-t\v.t-v.1' 'r' in
tli n hrt, was seuieth iing to rei;.iiii
her vf La, t., LO Ke 4 :
1oU :1 an nde;l r tu'le ut the r zT I.,
-Ka ye stt. P'id a 1:11 to. 'hd at iri
!-L L,4i 1 f' u-:.l Lvr 'j ue'- had j resete zktl'
of an dor~>'k iULldcr to


W-Wda m UKb* Ammercmi- M Age
bk I t whmt am called the mni
Wi1e agn In Europe one vast army after
-marched 'o aletne withb-
w tto freeing the holy sepulcbe
ftom tew mfidel Turk. These crusade
as they were called, produced an epi
demic of fanaticism which at las
seized upon the children. A Frenci
peasant boy about twelve years ol(
conceived the Idea that he had been
assigned a divine mission to lead the
children to the rescue of the hoil
s epulcher. He exhorted them. m:iak
Silg them wild with religiAs frenzy
Fifty thousand children went front
Germany and 30,000 from France
Two thousand sailed from Brindusiun
From whom no voice ever came back
The French children were betrayed
and sold to Mohammedan masters.
At that time there lived In Venlce
a boy named Dino Coslmo, who was
being brought up with a little girl
Gemma, his constant playfellow. Din
never played with boys. Gemma never
played with girls, because neither
would give up for any time the society
of the other. Dino used to row Gem
ma in h!q little gondola on the canal.
every day. During these boat ride-
Sthey would sing. though the songs they
knew were very limited. Dino hain
dling the pole. Gemmina sitting In :he.
Ssteru with her lute, a stringed Instru-
ment much like a mandolin.
When the wave of childish fanati-
cism that resulted in the chililrens-
crusades swept over Europe It carried
Dino with it. Geinmma was a child of
rare foresight for those days and did
not see how children could accomplish
that in which great armies haid failed.
She begged Dino n ot to go. but he
claimed that he obeyed a s:tacred duty
and that the child army would be made
to prevail by divine Interposition.
Dino bid adieu to his playmate and
sailed out upon the Adriatic sea with
a fleet of child laden shilms.
Month after month, year after year.
passed and no tidings came from the
fleet of children. Gemma from the
flrn;t had little/faith In the success of
the expedition and at last made up her
mind that Dino would never return to
her. After five years had passed and
she found the samne void in her heart
as of yore she determined to go in
search of her companion She was
now seventeen years old. That was
the period of minstrelsy when men
gained a livelihood by singing, usually
with harp accompaniment, their own
verses or the popular ballads recount-
ing events of the time. Gemma dress-
ed herself as a minstrel boy and. tak-
ing her harp, set out to work her way
on foot to the Holy Land. Turning
her face eastward. *he walked, sing-
ing by the way for bits of money.
till she came to the Danube river.
This she followed, occasionally making
short distances by boat. and at Its
mouth In the Black sea found a ship
about to leave for Constantinople. She
prevailed upon the captain to take her
with him. promising to amuse those
on board during the trip with her
minstrelsy. From Constantinople. then
a Christian city. disguised as a Turk.
she entered the domains of the sultan.
but before doing so she learned some-
thing of the Turkish language and a
few songs. These she sang by the
way. visiting different Turkish cities
and saving nearly all the coins that
were given htcr.
Iw, yVt,:rs after Gemma had left


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Man- he -,-i.,

THE CONTROL OF ITS FUNDS.
r
SUncle 9am's Treasury Holds Its Mon-
ey, Which Can Be Used Only on Ap-
Spropriation by Congress--Its Pecul-
h lar Relation to the Gov:.-nment.
SI Although the name of the Smithso-
W nlan institution is a common house-
Shold word In America and millions
- of persons have visited the greatC build-
ings In Washington where are stored
a the contributions of science which
. have been gathered under its auspices.
L few understand the real relation of the
* institution to the national government.
I Most persons believe that it is a part
of the govnmient.
P The Smuitht,,jnian institution, says the
9 Washington Times. occupies a peculiar
relation this government. It is a
Part of it. and yet it is n,t a part. Its
r moneys are in the United States treas-
r ury ai c'-in l ie used only on appro-
* priatio, I.y congress, and yet this
* mo>htAy d,>.:, ii it belong to the govern-
me:.t. It i- to the government only
Sas thll IM:ri'OW" of a ward is to a guard-
ian.
SJai.(s Siuithso.i who contributed
Sthe lu!k of tlihe fumnd i the hands of
the institution, was an Engli:;hmnian,
the son <"f a pler of the realm. lie
was a Iian L \vwi citild l trace his ances-
try 1ack to roval loIod1. II? never vi-
ited in America anl wvas never known
to have any parti'-ulr partiality for
America until he wrote his will in
1S2',. lie died at G;ez,,a in 1S29, and
when they op-ened his will this is what
they read:
"I bequeathed the whole of ILy prop-
erty to the United States of America
to found at Washington. utinder the
name of the Smithsonian institution,
an establishment for thie increase and
diffusion of knowledge among men."
This lpropl)erty amounted to about
$50j,(KX0, which was in that day a1
princely fortune. Six ears after hi-i
death the United States le.ration at
London was informeinedl that there was
about $SN>.wuM in the possession of the
adjutant general of the British court
of chancery awaiting ('claimant.
Iimntlediately there arose in America
all kinds of opposition to tthe accept-
ance of the money. John C. Calhoun
and William G. I'roston urged with
all the tire of their eloquence that it
was beneath the dignity of this gov-
eminent to accept such a gift. But
John Quincy Adamnis and others pre-
vailed, and Richard Rush was sent to
England to prosecute the claim of this
government.
HIe was successful, and (on Sept. 1.
1S38. the money was delivered at the
mint in Philadelphia in the shape of
104.9(10 gold sovereigns, which were
minted into $0.4o.:ils.4t in American
money.
This sum by careful management
and by additions from other charitably
Inclined persons hlas now become about
$1,000,000. which the government keeps
and pays Interest upon for the main-
tenance of the institution.
For the first eight years the money
lay In the treasury while plans were
being formulated for the permanent
estallishment de.'scri!.ed lby Smithson
in his will. Thousti; received. "rA, there were s-hermme'.
enough lprp.l.tcd to t>nkr'.apt sevor,.;
governments. E' *,n m retssimne d>.!;at-,! ',


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About


Daytona


or


rounding Resorts.


You may want to know

about the roads, about

the hotels, schools, etc.

If you will let us know

what hotel accommodations

you desire, with the ap-

proximate rate you want


to pay, etc., we shall be

Olad to fet the informa-


write to


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MS SUL BRIDE OF H. L. 0. ASTLEY, WEALTHY ENG-
USHMAN.
S mIt emmt mer-a~e of an Ameruacn chorus gfrt to an English aris-
Mt i that e May Kinder of Chicago to EL J. Delaval Astley, who belongs
0 a tbt oIK f amill In o Great Britain. Astley, who formerly was a
MnaKn to tie Engtish army. met Mins Kinder while she was playing in
amm l prodctftlo Iondon and fell desperately In love with her. They
W armvi secretly. The news of the wedding did not reach Astley's aris-
wiMe relative for three weeK.. Mrs Antley i1P regarded as the most
IftdW Aenrkso actr. wbh bats graced the E.glish stagee this season.
a her ihmband's proud relatives are :ot inclines to regard the alliance with


,re is No Place


ust Like Daytona


As a Resort in which to spend the winter


or a part of it.


world


Daytona


is known the


over as the Prettiest Resort in


Florida-and the Beauty of the City

the Architect of the Universe left It.


as


2f -M i 140 -Oli-uf O ,w;
"41 i aMW donee" o fa

IP Mpam e. Beo r settng aow o0
U mt1o de eml wary. to Wom tos
hp bad ezplPaId the xzact na
taI of tihe deim-nds. deslreuto be In
formed as to the course to take It.
after he bad maid everything, there was
a refusal.
"Oh." answered Lord Salisbury. "thip
to not a matter iu which we hare the
least thought of fighting: It tMe )t-
Ident refuses why. you will simply
have to comeuw home again."
The emissary went and bad bins may
to the president of the republic, wiho
blankly refused to give in. and- toe
diplomat retired to think things over
A few hours later he wrote to the pres-
ident:
"I regret that your excellency does
not see your way to recognize the Just-
ness of the claims which I bare bad
the honor to present. I have now to
say. on behalf of her Britannic majes
ty's government, that unless your ex
cellency yields on all points which I
have named It will be my painful duty
to act on the second half of my In-
structions."
Under this vague and significant
threat the president yielded at once.-
London Telegraph.

HAUNTED ALASKAN ISLAND.
Ghosts of Russian Exiles Who Died of
Starvation or Torture.
To the south and west of Kodiak.
distant about 100 miles and torminga
one of the Semldl group, is the island
of Chlrikof. the haunted Island -it
Alaska.
Enshrouded for a great portion of
the time with almost impenetrable fog.
this lonely isle is an object of terror to,
the natives, who claim it is haunted
by the ghosts of Russian exiles.
The natives will not go near the is
land. saying it means certain death to
invade the canny confines, and there
are few men In the far north who have
the temerity to test the truth of the
many and weird tales told of this for
bidding and barrel) island.
Shipmasters and sailors passing the
Place assert that the agonizing cries ot
Russian exiles sent there to starve or
die by torture are sometimes heard
on quiet nights, while the clink of
chains and the sound of blows are tes-
tified to in an affidavit by a white man
who once attempted to remain there
for a week and who nearly lost his
reason.-Tanana Tribune.

The Noise Habit.
A personal experience first showed
the writer the possibility of a state of
affairs where the habit of noise could
become as fixed as the habit of a drug
Waking one night In the quiet of a
country house far from other habita-
tions. I suddenly heard the starting of
the hot air engine which pumped the
water-chug, chug. chug. chug. 1 lay
listening to its monotonous vibrations
and wondering aft the unusual hour
for pumping until I fell asleep. The
next night the sound was repeated
On mentioning the matter to my host
he confessed that he could not sleep in
the quiet of the country; that the sud-
den change from the roar of a great
city to the silence of the woods was sc
great as to cause him real suffering
As his only way to rest he would leave
the house In the middle of the nialir.
'tnart up the pump and. lying (down .1'
a rn(,rly haummock, find sleep br ,ulgft
him lvy the lullaby (if the ht nir o:i


tgine. TImi: man recogmiizt-A th.-it he h::-!
11.2 'e a ~t a11"41 tinll iv C T
it -I~ii~ ~~dfL-vin Aln~


OdAd' Named.
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.;i !;i i : t ; t i
Vb i"ur z*;>".'.":e \ -ni :, ;' ..1 e
L~ ,:i:. : ,, ; .S ;: r .,r ,[ "- ;i;i c \ T 1, ";t' *7 .. ,*:.. .
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<' l !;e di y;:l fl. -' T i li rc;i~i r,,, t.L ; ,! *:. *

nierriiietnt f,,r hiL s Lu, .. i'f I I.' ; -
fur their satirical iI.ri.. *\ ': "'- \\'1, .
was its ,irdi-r o4f archite,'trc"'" : ,
said it certa.i:,y w ,- s (1re,; ....<, ..
contended it a:Is : Ii x n a .i a t...",
that It was ,rh.ic tal, t'!, i t;ti:r L.-
thus interr ,-s-d:
-Excuse me. gei:itn::-;:, ,u a;: ....
wrong. It is Tus-un. I'rom .!%e '-
regularities of the na;.-i,,n a ,i. t'rf,
its proprietor Lving a dt'ti.t t'. Ilrins!
call it Snagleo.,th Il'.:I-LI<,, Not Worth a Rshwer..
: Not Worth a R..jsh.


!., A I^Rfo -cifi-iltf .,<|^^ -i
ate soe of rt qp --i #rh ataSn
Ms aso aonmulf t m.M ttCbatea*
*%aa4 and his monkey. Wnwo be was
engaged t1 pretMrbg Footne* workS
for the prpm, on returning one day he
was met by bhI monkey.
"ILAh. you rogue." said Chateaubriand.
"your shamefaced look tells of nls-
cMhief." The monkey was chained up.
but as things did not appear much dis-
turbed Chateaubriand thought no more
of the matter until -it was time to re-
Same work. Fontanes' manuscript.*
were not to be found.
At last Chateaubriand looked into
the waste paper basket, and there were
the manuscripts. The monkey had
watched his master, and as he had
seen him fold a sheet of paper and
tear it into four. so he had dealt with
Fontanes' writings. With much labor
they were pieced together and after-
ward published.
Chateaubriand thought it advisable
to see what else the monkey had dune.
His orders had disappeared from a
drawer whiich was always kept closed.
The servants searched everywhere for
them. but they were not to be found.
Nearly a week elapsed before they
were traced, and then a domestic no-
ticed that the monkey had suspended
them to the cornice In a quasi-sym-
metrica! way.
The monkey was given his cin=e'.
and Chatbeauhriand replaced hint by
a cat. which was alloWed a place ,,:i
his master's writing. tab',e, and ,re;:!t
was the pleasuire which lie derived in
playing wi'h ,11puss.


DIVING FOR


COINS.


The Natives of Madeira Are Experts
at the Business.
As we drew in and camine to anchor
we saw descending upon us a fleet of
small, curious boats tilled with half
naked men. We suspected now that
Madeira was a cannibal island and pire-
pared for the worst. It was rnot quite
as bad as that. They merely wanted
us to throw coins over into the liquid
azure which they call water in this
country, whereupon their divers would
try to intercept the said cinis some-
where bt-tween the toi a:nd bottom (of
the sea. W\Ve didn't believe they could
do it. but we tried a-nd, as usual, found
that the other fellow knew his ,own
game better thaik we didl.
If those a1mphibi:anis did (iot always
get the coins they -enerally did. 'Th'ey
could see then perfectly in that a maz-
inlg water. and they (could dive like
seals. Some of the divers were Vmere
children-poor. lean creatures who
stood up in their boats and shouted
and implored and swung their arms in
a wild invitation to us to fling our
money overboard. But they did not
want small money-at least not very
small money. They declined to dive for
pennies. Perhaps they could only dis-
tinguish the glea)m of theta white metal.
Let a nickel or a dime be tossed over


ana two or ttree were n
flash, while a vehement
Portuguese from all the r
still further largess. It m
good show, and, l.eing th'
kind, we enjoyed it.-Ailb
Paine lu Outing i:Pga.zi:e.

Meaning of the Green
Thle (custo,: i f l ,is'-i :
on tlie r(->" a i 4 li i'' v
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Electric


Current


The S 0mce

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every week

day until

April first

and longer

if business


is


Effective


justifies


Full stock Electric Irons, Coffee


Griddles, Chafing Dishes, Fans and Warming Pads.

THE SHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE and

WATER COMPANY.


WE CONFESS


We admit it frankly the Merchants Bank wants your business. But we also,
can assure you that in return for your business, this bank not only offers a service
which we believe almost perfect, but unquestioned security for every dollar entrust-
ed to our care.
In cold, unassuming figures, here is our guarantee so every depositor rega.'d-
less of the amount he may have in this bank


Capital


- .. .$100,000.00


Surplus and Profits .
Stockholders Liability


50,000.00
100,000.00


Total, S250,000.00


S250.000.


That amount stands between your deposit and


any pjssiHe loss.


We repeat:


This bank wants your business.


Merchants Bank


Branch of Volusia Coun'y Bank


A. D. McBRIDE, President
J. B. CONRAD, Vice-President
F. N. CONRAD, Cashier


Daytona, Florida


iftter it in a
outbreak k of *oEonooEo@*oOE@UlU@ISOOI@OESOI@OonooUoioU*o*o*on
,st entreated

r& Better Assortment

BCUOHU
Boug., and Larger Stock than

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SWatch the windows co
-' .....* ":" the Gruber-M orris
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,; :, Hardware Co. tor the
.. f ",. s -: : i display o'
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Savona, Electric Novelties
:.ic \vi:h t L,- ".,!' .c-- ,.. ',1i t. th
\teent :i~ (et.. ltif. \v .',:a :Le C" U n *
t ;,,n ;i;.i ,,.r,, :,f s r g Daytona Electric Co.,
i,.'s t, ., rt, ,; ,- 1 ,, J. B. GARRISON, Manager
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ri LIQUORS
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W rit,' i Pi,"' L.ist !o the
S oldest .~.. f' t';,is ,n
Florida
Htd. CkuL a.d Fine
Family Trade aur
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THE "pc-HENDRICKS COO


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>P~dry. Florida and
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ObWS CAuLED FOR AND
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Daytona


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TB RWVLTY 3A1

T-Ch Omekery, Gh-nwI&,
-E slng TTeke. l oy .ad
Notion&.
BARNES
Will also frame your Picture, Ilx
your lamps and Umbrellas. sharpm
your 8ews and other Tools and repalr
alniost anything that is out of %back
In fact. for any want call on
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PICTURES


TONIGHT


Stampede on Ranch 101


Fantastic Heads
MdW Pasated
Butter's Tricks
Sprint has Come


MAZIE MARTELL


Siagia, Dancmin' and Change
Artist


THE WEATHER.
Fair tonight: Tuesday colder.
LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
8:51 to-day: 9:39 to-mor-ov.

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ONE NIGHT ONLY


FRIDAY,


DEC. 10th


W. S. LENT


Adelaide


Between the


Stevens


Acts


Latest Vaudeville Features


Seats on Sale at Hankins'
Drug Store.


'TX\-,,) All* U i:t> :


Doings
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every


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and everything else that goes to to a
ments thoroughly satisfactory .. .


Really there can be no doubt in


your mind once y


thoroughly examined and tried them on.


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