Ecpt Sunaday During Deinbeo January, r*ury A March at the Prefttisat Witr Reort in Florida.
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DAYTONA. FLORIDA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1909
15 Cents per Week
[Ihely news is now for
ioes the kmas
NEVYLLE -L. CLARK
KETI TESTED-FRAMES ilf L-
*I TAS HAVE
WON DIVISIVE VICTORY.
tW ORLEANS, Dec. 7-A dispatch
Manaqua, via wireless to Forr
an. received here today, says
ers Vasquez. heading part of
Ia'a's forces. have( won a dic(isive
yory over tie revoulioiists north
,ama. Two hundred were kitied
the batth-. The fighting wast
ld to hand.
Mfyess Ijstening to
VASHIlNGTON, Dec .7-Listening
e rh t's message was thet
4of today's session of
.,-BMHouse* met at noon.
O p unctory routii.e Clerk
I 4 the Senate with a copy
MeMe and its reading began
e How* followed the same rou-'
re ving the message after it,-
taton In the Senate.
NIN AI-?OLJIS. Minn., I ),-t .
mroad officials declat',- tod.i.\ ii.;
,-ill be I han Id i',i..t l.'_ I t
aorrow,= Idelipite tht s% itc(hnif 11.-
ke. fie-raI lithes a,. al-h, t. r.
e operatoai today
Iwic'htlb e thlreaten 1t-t i>i,ai .tli;:.t
lusion of the strik, t ('litaL',,
0Wo hundred additional stIrikeo
hkers arrived in St. Paul today
1 thousand are now working
ITS OAYTONA AFTER
TWENTY 8'X YEARS.
r. Henry Bartlett, of Parib, broth-
r6. \Viley Abercrombie, of New
Iha. spent Saturday with the
e6 Abercrombie and brother. It
been nearly twenty-five years i
SMr. Bartlett was in iayt(tna.!
hbe had no comprehension of the i
derful development of this %i-
ty. Mr. Abercrombie gave him
aut mobile ride on the beach.
!o is charmed with Daytona and
inealsula towns, and says he has
h nothing as beautiful in all his!
ls abroad. Mr. Bartlett left
dlay tu join his daughter in
ce Suicide in
The dance at the Daytona Opera
House was more largely attended las:
night (Monday) than at any previous
time. There was also a larg.- nui..-
ber of interested spectators
IOr. M Jo-4e R(.'-e s r .i: rit.- .'!,,i-
day from (n liea>.o .) llhr, s ,i. :t- a- 1.. 1
for the past t\\o ml.ontl s ,or ::.,or,
Christmas Gifts from
Morris Hardware Co.
You're undecided what to give? Why not come to our store
and look around? Perhaps you had not thought o! connecting a
hardware store with your Christmas buying? We invite you to
visit our store, you will find here many exceedingly interesting
IPHONIX INSURANCE COMPANY
IS IN GOOD CONDITION.
I ELECTION IN LOS ANGELES
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G. CARTISTIF AND HOW HE LOOKED
WHEN HE WAS IM
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RIS, I Wec- 7,tat i t i s ffr ha Ifa
show ag 'i' ee*,I IeA r liirt 4 ika.. n
FIGHTS SCEHDULED for TONIGHT
lack t *i'" .0' '>4i~
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Railway Traffic In
Emma Goldman Raps
Mrs. 0. H. P. Belmont.
By a Snowstorm.
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W. H. WRIGHT ...
219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE
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T. E. Fitzgerald E. F. Oates
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
SpeeC4iU Faclllti,. for Examlnhing
Pnd PerfectJin g Ildn. Tltl-,
Conice in Ouinra I Building. 'Phone 1 -
RIGHT GOODS AT
Di.spoltlo'l to T' at You Righ:.
L.t Us BO Wt ur Jt&w-lrs.
L. H. ROWE & CO.
DR. C. DeW. AKE
Office Hour*--A :* to 4 :1)
Ofice, South Beach Street, Oppo-
site City HaIL
IT PAYS TO BUT
C LOTHING n
th a" SHOES I
OF W. H. PECK
134 3&A yUZfTM-.DfAY1'OA. TLa IDA.
DMIM brt" 12 Mo~rtl I
vrbm obwu bi, Wool,.n iAbirt! ;
New abrb ....3 irawt-ms ...
haibm coSbw Ott..is A~wb:, ppr patr :3
CUsm r Cuff*.:-,, Hand kre hl.ie-,',;
AM* Ladlim C~obh-* aMcorr~-4pOndflnr.pnct-n.
0 PRODUCE OFTE
0 PERFECTION OF I
I BAKERY GOODS.u
3 1kg Too can M"~' .. n
IdU by ri-itinig th-
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Tm IZAL 5ST9FY
3 NEW SMYRNA
3 WIOM FOUR CHE CLKE 0
3LAMB ainc En.,-ircsm
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2E T. PITCHER
3 HAVANA CIGARS
* North Bech S*. Dav'oaa. Fla. -
* CALL FOR MY CIGARS
SClear Havana Smokersc. s
SJACOB ESPEDAHL :
S.Contractor and Buixlder
S tDesigner and Cra:tsma-
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"emo ese momo.""Domemem
Filing ani Grad:ng
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By L. C. DEMAREE.
One of Daytmaaa* crowning glo-
ries i her incomparable beach. No
one who ever set foot upon Its
smooth, packed sands; no one who
erer pedaled a bicycle over its ex-,
panre; no one who ever drove all
I prancing pair of horses arnd listen-
Sed to tle popping of their steel shoes
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steere-4 a high-power au-
tomobile down the broad stretch of
wavd-washed and su.'-packed sand
but realized that it is aorld-beat-
er. a worid-wonder. Go s-a.d upon
this wide speed.ray and s-e the,'ap-
py souls flit by in joyous mood, ab4
Answer whether this is not one of
the se-en modern won.dprs.
The Placid. Pellucid Halifax River.
Where t:r.k you i w aa' .-, h n-or
Snieu. d- -- N ear'.v a
t :.- .h-. b.-::os m: ,:-h trp~cil vege-i
i .-,,'. .-.-. a ":dZ _- with roomy|
,.,rarsi1 ......:* ..po her bo om .
.~ ~, ..Ucc'3ot and SOV
i.:~ ~ si:, about a-
if ~ ~ o frt- -.x wbbbing u po n t h,?
wa3. S La:h t-ant lubberly o
wht.ite headrld pe::canr. pouch a fat.
, u~et. and tr.3: fisha~ ha-wk s!.-iggl'ng.
i-natcheti froa. th-e water.
St!2e beaut.:fulluch. pk
and spa-n. tte~:- hanipar-s az'il Iot -k ors
buig~ag w.:lh refre-shmeflts b~oth ;o.id.
and !.qju~d ready fcn- a cru~s- upon th
t,autl~ful surfa c.-? Take out yurfiel
g 1as:s a nd s w etp tth .- r from!
Ormo md z br:d t, .1 L-n. Park.
z .: t !h ouse.t r-n y ~h ~the
Hallfax i-sn t a Ili 2 f b-.~yand
Thte Enchiantirg y Pictures~que Ridge-
S; dr.- -d -1
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SIsuperficial observer. With such lav-
JOHN M 5wvv~Fy ? ish wealth of natural beauty it be-
A Speclly o came an easy thing for the hand of
Wes Decorating. man to give the finishing touches
liblle ]LcoT B which have wrought out the colors:
J ew eSll stLar. and outlines of the big picture.
_eggs m"'* *1* Man did all this in the laying out,
of the-streets with their wide marginti
DATO A uLcAm s WORKS of parkage. The entire city becomes
A~ ~a great park. with driveways inter-
.outh Bach .tr,,-t a nt of votiag,- Av-nu-. .. ., ..ie up mile of drive-
opposite Yacht Cluh ecting. miles upon miles o ,.. e-
An OpU-Dte- d Cl lar the Repr f ways so goou, as to. attract motorists
AUTOMOBILE BTCuL TIRES. from all over the continent.
f theS J ros Rubber C mpay And as for the pavements, pave-
ments that look and act like granite.
Always Fre....-where else between the, eastern
Always Fresh.... an western seas are so manv miles
LOWNEY'S :n prportion to .nhabitants.' The
CHOCO\L/ ATES t'u .pavement q'uest.:n stands -:nth the
ii. .U^ ~l r. ai,^,t s ., ,,. .,, ,z.-of dra.ving
T. F. CURTIS & SON :card. T:Uil .- -ae unheard of
Now Goit at 50 Cents a Pound. pla, r-p,-'rts mr_ ;i:. bettr, Day-
|tona t*:,u;.,S .'", :i iiun eit, .o rhe
IDUNN BROTHERS Squirreis. F)owers. Birds and Frut.
Now Have a i \Vhatv-r oune's s'-i,',rT nngs and
-- --. -- -. *_-1-or .ndiff-rtnt .,r eve-n callou1sl
Expert Bicycie Man ; a... ? ,, t- c i-t mere:
Work Guramtee,. Bottom Prices. hn.iLu c, -, ,W-rs and Squirrels,
..... .. ......- ,b:rds and fri:ts w:l; sendi a ihr:l
That is refl-<'ted in .i-.te ndetd pupils
N. ERICKSON E, And pr.-_ -d ears.
Ph'turn1 Fram.-. roor ,*n.i w-.' ',w .r,.-n- For everv. v:.tor v:tia a ipar ,zoo-
Mad. to *r,'-r- .ber t1.;-:..,... s a bun. ady t!-. .o e
.......- and accept your gi:t. H-_ *i! -!' bo)lt
C. NASH & SON, Tinsminiths upr-ght and knaw .n-o ta m-at.
SKEET METAL REPAIRS fr casting fur-_e. yaay g:anc--s a: ,yu
AUTOMOBILES. Beat Wk. meanwhile.
Flowers. I'suail y re-sa and bicom-
1i -i- I- ing the ye-ir round You a-- rem nd-
I I I of Goldsmith' couplet **h-r _
| BUSINESS AND |r ir:g :t, ^a1.
And suaimmer s :rra, S.u
1 a p-An,.A -- "h ti'",aa k: '. 'P--
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A -k.w-d i .'.1 v i- q,..
of H ?ak .'pi-S: Th-
U E. L. STEWART
U Physician and Surgeon
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T"e F~astes: Aat~s a".~ ~-'e F --est
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Lots on all starts
in town; also river
and ocean sitcs .
C f. IBKMAN
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Day a s, Fla.
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ARCHITECT BUILDE:-< 0
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C. C. BOHANNON. M. D
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N.-_ -- ~ o o
-M i utieL The tow p-Nel
thea miinia Orth and ome& for a
distamm of fr thres and one-half
I to for mtI and ead te=d st aud
\,t from ths sr ing ms of the
Atlantic OccaM to the Halifax River,
th beatifol tide-water stz that
scts them apart from Dayta with
which they have close cowmnimIon
by means of three bridge*. as well as
a half-hour ferry service.
Sabreeze and Daytona Beach are
Sessentially 6uw- and winter rc-
sorts and are making hundreds of
new friends every year among those
Swho desire to escape the discomfort-
juing extremes of heat and cold. and
their hotels and boarding houses
are now receiving splendid patron-
age from the most discriminating
class ot tourists.
The mean average temperature- 80
degrees in the summer and 70 degrees
'in the winter, with an occasional
extra rise or drop of a few days' dwr-
ation, marks this as one of the most
healthful locations i-i aay section oi
the country, north, east. south or west.
The ocean itself, with its marvelous
Beachh. hard as ma,-PJd3m and smooth
as a floor, is the greatest attraction.
although earth and air and sky seem
Sto have entered into a combination
Sto enhance its every charm. The
Beach is the famous automobile race
i course where every world's straight-
Saway record has been made. and all
;these records it continues to hold
SThe sand of this famouss speedway
Sis composed largely of the shells oi
the coquina clam, which art about
Sone-halt inch long and very thin.
For ages Nature has been rolhaling
them up. washing them back into the
surn and pulverizing them. Fx-mnincd
under the microscope each particle
is round, unfit for mortar, builders
say. because its smoothness prevents
,ts holding together, yet, strange to
contemplate, the very mom-nt a wave
leaves the wetL apparently soft bcach.
these round particles 5cttle down
;nto a cement almost as hard as as-
phal!. bevoad -he comprhecasion o:
one who has a t eean it. Repairs are
nanecessar. is t*-ice each 24 hours
: !I ei:- -ei; re-bu:lt by :he tdcs.
The beach ha. a ,a drh yo JO *o 500
t.Ct, aad :4a be u!,d ro,-n Mo hour-
a"t:,r ua2 -I U ,% h, 'r e- Ce,'re ':'h I :de
'l..s i ;T.:i4 aai a'-'erae .: ..- ea or
2ih cutra Q 3zv>.- a^c--'. r-^
part ,t each day.
Seabreeze aad Dat.'.na B3a.- ea~h
have a pcrnmaneat pcpula:icn o: ap-
pro x.-aate>.- 15, Saa::ar-. .?rdJ-
uaancc^ a ;re ,:nc -." .--o.-;&d, 're :"
aid s de*ahixs are ',,. iep'. aad
..<* ^ ree's **re be. a, p; =c *- ^
as :'-.e 'ncreai:n pcuna.ca de-
mianda. Besides ho:cis and "bzard:.3
no~a-s :here .-, anapte ...fa~c acc:c-
'.,cdab ea :or a. .;', r a .>:'ry
on-'r=.a o:a-e a ad a ;rc a '.'
Cn.--h^-Davrc-.a S&a^ .- a MY
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PROVE NW SMYRNA
DAYIOWA F ML.
I ==ZMCTS A
UW SKTR "A ie uit d fifteen
NOW e=4 41 Agum M& is M
&Modaspa I am M-lp by
a A& nhin wa WN&W Oan
Wt itsem od e uim dt am u bma
o fut gims tat g in state-
Tly gnundeur during the lapse of by-
to" cetuurie New Smyrna is truly
a plMace of omaMe and rest.
All ature is very inviting to
the tourist and p sur. k. Here
tooistobefoundthe best 6shis g and
hutin 0 th State of Florida.
The people me thrifty, the busi-
01- f- -rsang. and all unite
in euteadig the welcome hiad of
heeptality to struagers. There are
five c ch edifics for white people
Sqn 8 eqmal nmber for the colored
po ~dotioto te&lW a. x aU
hh -co a splendid public lib.
rY MA p te bu w boluss.
Thee ame say a hW of pretty
osMes tor the pl et population
whic Ba s dn close to 2,0., and
M-M very i winter residAence.
There e good hotel ad boarding
hoIses where you can And amomo-
dation to met your requirements.
Adjoiig lNew Smyrua is as fine a
section of vegetabe land as can be
found aaywrhrc. This land has
boom divided into mall farms which
CM be bought at rasoable pr.ces.
So 1 of the fi t celery grown in
the State is raied oa this land. All
--- v-grtable grow in abundance,
M be too, is the home of the fami-
SlniSO RiVr orage.i
Mew l"mii a ho boded oin-
debo"is aad s M& Wt its low.
At r tamt M it hould ti)
bYI1MU this p uo I
mKiwi= i*MA tts uemoftber and
ameisallo 4M & quarter miles
Of MW& SMyrna. A good
Id k to the place and the trip
he emily miAe by aa automobile.
Sient, ia therodat pian flats by the
a-mn df the forIt, is this place of
piugrimns hor the pious; this rem-
dvw ustor the picaicker. The rains
I we extensive, and while there is no
athletic history of their origin, it
is presumed that the Mission was
built by the Franciscans in the days
when the once powerful Kingdom of
Spain first planted its flag upon what
is now American soiL. It was built
of ,oqvi,,e 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 aad curious but the spell of
the place soon falls upon them and
they -epra*e to sit alone, silent and
meditative, under dhe arches or be-
side the anciet well.
'ZORON A 1)
Is situated on the peninsula opposite
New Smyrma aad is connected by a
good road and bndge over the deep
current of Indian River-. El you
can put aside your conventioal
a* breathe in large and deep the
salty tonic of the sea and enjoy your-
self to your heart's content with rod
and reel in row or sal at ior an the
F. W. SAMS
$3.00 per Day
Spec al per
A House Strictly
First Cla-m in
Din=er for Motor.
In1 Partie, a
Rates $206 pr
Pay tUd Up
BKN=i TT and
Oldest stnd in town
Nw SMTYRNA, FLA.
Moles and Warta
The Best of Every-
thing in Our LUin
Is tht- PliaCe
Mlis. H. M(OELL.ER
MvIi- for T'janlenls
F1" I IR l'A
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OWNER of the BEST
IN PORT ORANGE
Fine Truck Lands
E. F. OATES, Sec..
W. C. HIOWES, Agt
I'm Just going to
sit here and fish and
owat Oranges this
winter. There urt-
some good cai m p
grounds nt-ar nine.
monte and pitch your
tent on onfet and join
ine on the log.
on (Granida Av .
Frank Mason, Prop.
RMt<-s: $.(0 and 12.5.
I'- rday; $! .I to
Mat.,' ciur, rOQf
Special Attention to
*OUMIbT AWASDO ATI
Pan- Anirican Ex-
Wf-t India Kxlposl-
Ex \x-)%i t I on. St. i ,ou ts
E. C. TOTMAN
ORMON D, FLA.
a Iult ind Smokvd
(rove on Rt. Auigu-
line Atl! t iol-i;-,
Rold 1, Ml!' .
Nor h of
Beed, Knox and
B I L \V P
PORT ORANGE is a pretty little'
village situated hfive miles south of
Daytona on the Daytona-New Smyrna
hard-surface road, the scenic highway
of the East Coast. Ili% town is lo-
cated oa the Halifax River, over
Which spans a brid-e trom the town
to the peninusula opposite.
The town is well laid out aud has
mauy pretty homes oied aud occu-
pied by residents and inter tourist,.
It has several chuxrchcs, oue of the
best graded schools ia Volusia
county, two general stores, a reali
estate agency and two or three hotels,
A large number of tourists and;
winter residcuts make Port Orange
winter headquarters, one of the sev-
4;ral attractions beiug the excellent
fishing. Port Orange is iu tth orange
belt and a number of very hne citrus
grov.-e ar< ne arbv;- w hAere oraues.
Lots tor Sale.
IMPROVE EN TS
Ocean or River
t' ,! \ ,. 'r."-:' % '-! <'
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WM. C. HOWLS
Port (;iau1e. F ,.
t.rutv r ,. ;" ;Ii
OYSTERS and \
Cl i *; i
I DEMAND, THE ATHENS OFP FLORIDA
A. D. McBRIDE
J. B. CONRAD
8. A. WOOD
G. W. Fisher
IJ. W. PERKINS
SORMOND 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
elevati-n is superb and ideal for
winter homes. A wide bridge con-
nects Ormond with Ormond Beach.
Many f.En 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
The town is very cosmopolitan,
has an excellent graded school, sev-
eral churches, a fine public library, I
up-to-date places of business and
comfortable and convenient hotels
and boarding houses.
i Ormond has many of the Florida
attractions-fine fruit, good fishing,
excellent automobiling, safe boating,
salubrious climate and pleasant '
walks and drives.
SAt Ormond Beach is located theI
large Hotel Ormond, and its lesser!
sister, Bretton Inn. The former oc-
cupies a position overlooking the
SHalifax River, while the latter has as
its qutlqqk 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- I
tions to enter into the enjoyment
SBesides 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
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
Sof Southern fruits and flowers.
I One of these iut:resting 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-
i rieties of other sub-tropical fruits
Five miles further oa you come to
Moundgrove, one of the finest orange
groves in this section of Florida.
Moundgrove i% on t!'e headwaters of
the Halifax Rivcr and 3s amid pretty
surroundings. The place is reached
by a good road [passing Number
Nine] and is a drive all tourists may
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BOMD SANDSTONE BRICK CO.
l.ight (iranitc, Buff, ed and
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Four Oolleg. a&d 6
ing nearly flOJOW.
Faculty of 49 Pro-
fesors and In-
Ph. D.. Litt. D.,
Wrt ;1t& ri
,r;,uidc by ,-al pretty lake;i
J. F. ALLEN
ORMON D-ON-THE-HALI FAX
PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE
OR WRITE TO
IF IN ANY WAY
IN PROPERTY IN
He Will Give' Your
4 Foriitrliv MNildr.-d
O)n Rivr Front
A. First Class Mod-
ern House; Rooms
Single or En Suite;
with or without .
Private Bath. Ser-
vice and Cuisine
A. M. WATSON
On the Ormond
Road Halt Mile
South of Ormond
One oi the Finest
Groves iu Volusia
Are Produced at
is Established. N,
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 R
Stetson University, one of the lead-
ing educational institutions of the
South. Because of the interest in
matters edncatio"-* 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-
resenting 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 j
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, i
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 is owned
and operated by the city, supplying
the purest water at little cost.
Nine houses of worship testify that
DeLand is a church-going commu-
nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, 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 Vost
commodious and best equipped pub-
lic schools in the State.
The trip from Daytona to DeLand i
is made by automobile in a little
o'er au hour, a;id there awe many
ref-tty drives ::i the vicinity of the
countyy sit.. A Lood road leads to
Dt.Lcou Spriu:s, ;ivc mile-, a histor.-
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W. D. HAYNES
"We peak for
LANDIS I FISH
Attorneys at Law
State and Federal
Opeoial facllltles for
TKLAM I. FLA.
STEWART & BLY
Isaac A. tt-wart
Attoracneys at Law
taid Notarl-s Public
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A. H. WOODALL
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STHE__ RIDGEWOOD |
KE D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor.
.WM opes for t6e SeaM of 1W9910 Decmber 15th.
M departments will be managed by white Northern help,
gicted from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white
Shgp =sed th0oUNoUt the -houe. The table will be supplied
ith all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the
fimest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable. j
Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island. N. Y.
THE PRINCE GEORGE--
Hilyard & Holroyd. Proprietors
Enlarged and Improved Since Last Season.
I Large and Beautiful Grounds--Located on River Front
Same Management as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N. J.
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Sitmated on the highest .point on Ridgewood avenue. Large.
airy rooms. Accomodates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
pbme, electric lights, furnace heat, private bath. New and
Ihmelike appointments. MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.
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.
$0194901686860104" Osso$ $0000-0-0
THE PALMETTO PREPARING
FOR PROSPEROUS SEASON.
The Palmetto has a peculiar charm
of location for those who prefer to
spend their winters on the most
beautiful stream of water in Florida,
the Halifax River, which is nearly a
mile wide at this point. The guests
of this pleasant house are particular-
ly addicted to boating, fishing and
-water sports'of all kinds. The Pal-
metto is a delightful house wth large
parlors, comfortable rooms and broad
The people of Daytona generally,
and especially the northern tourists
who have spent so many delightful
winters at The Palmetto, are glad
to know that Mr. Chamberlin has no
intention of leasing his hotel and
spending the winter in California. as
was rumored. This unchanged man-
agement and ownership is gniarante-
that the high standard of cuisine and
service in th Ipas.t will lie f:!lvy m ii.il-
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I 'Ste'-'enlS, za1'raictica] U' )t-l man arid
pleasant gtent le-nan f ':Th- \\ers.
~l :s .\ A ). Oran :- agwin Wvith
he~r daughter, M.-.1 J. 1B.lHinsky, hav.-
ing arrive ed r'-'cer tlv fromu h-Ir home
at LaI~orte (''ty. Iowa.
Early arri'. als at The Dtesplanc
are Robt. R. Fisk, Watertown
N. '. H. W. (;owen, Bay Halifax
N. S ; Mrs. R. C. Congdon, Atlanta;
Mis. NMary W. Thurston, Atlanta;
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A HIGH Oirade bou. catering to the most particular people. (C-i.r:!r io.Ut1oun.
On1Wbklk to the- rtv-r. hls than two block. from the clubt. l'ink. poo.-t tf'fr-*,-.
a" all buiDt-v pilscet.,. .0(I>:an
Open November to May.
Wm. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor.
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Lave a ride i'ij it." l'ti wT,!.:;ii
al;,l t!ih 'i thl hil 'l v:ts ;sk il
wifiuid really like a ride aind w\\
ed into the machine after assur
womeu that she would not fie
at boue. lItII'r cilaui,>ns se<
cher as the nachiinie started. atr
of.theli nwere still" n! the splt
returned half an hour later, 1
back the little girl. [he woni
granulated thenisei ez- ,.,u hairii
the little one au extraordluarv
but were disenchatntud whbe.,I
them that her father was a cLi
and that she liked his uiacb
great dea" t-etter." N.-w Y,.'i
A Compliment to tHe Mfinst
In Albert I oa w % 1.-,wo rk,
Par'cr wIi~I ilM us'.
art S.'ksiIC a!Ie':dt.4t-; f 01". faIt
istvr 44f the City !vI1jI.'-. W\X e
tha t N% hat. '.I.Pariker urtga r'.l (4
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s bie'l !!I, !t1 ,, '~.'-
-. warm i ad nKt :.1 ia x,4
doors 4aW 1!w t~e (!-'11,i% c
,. k Li -k ILL'1L. Yu~i U U
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Ainb qrWMMWsa; tile Pe
-eu'rtIn the west. So long u
the *MMO tI ta ie sky food or drinkoa
any kind may not pass the true be-
fva' Ipm. He is not even allowed
the sweet solace of a cigarette. But
from t* fi ring of the sunset guns un-
til It is light enough to distinguish a
black hair from a white he may feast
to surfeiting. Watchmen will patrol
the streets with drums to warn him
that his moments of grace are num-
bered, and cannon once more announce
Nothing is more characteristic of late
afternoons in tRam4zan than the p'rep-
aratious for' the evening imeal \-hi-h
pre w-cupy ill MNosljeli.-. ,i:irtiilalriy
those who wbrk with thei' litiids. As
the suni iie:irs the liriz/o aires aire
lighted tablles are j ,lv'a.J. 1,r;,:l is
broke. water is .,polF-u'd t.ui. 4,-i:;irtettes
Rre roledt. :iii lau:i.s air,. .ified ia.f-
ivay to the iiiUtlh iii e\Xl,-'ctt;i'ul tf the
signa! that gves lil,rtvy t ) vat. This
bre:akir -,f tlhe dat:.i ;ie fat-t is ctihlkl
be iiti.c-l t.1 iftTir is a ,;ta icillar mark
of friri l-hii;.-S .il i .r's M :l;'.;:iue.
a a a a a a
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i About Daytona or Sur
St'l rounding Resorts.I
^ You may want to know |
,in s-'ed l
about the roads, about
z" the hotels, schools, etc. |
: ~If you.,will let us know |
;what hotel accomodations
riyou desire, with the ap
..proximate rate you want
lto pay, etc., we shall be
h, ,lad to g et the informats
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:'" ''.:+<:' -You may want to know
+ +. about the roads, about
::'+"the hotels, schools, etc.
IH youjwill let us know
<. what hotel accommodations
l you desire, with the apa
;"+ '"proximate rate you want
... :to pay, etc., we shall be
.1. ...g lad to 4et the in~orma-
Sojourningi at other re-
sorts of Florida who later
contemplate a visit to
Daytona are invited to
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The Natio&U Wd
Star Hams and Bacon
Sio Pure Lard a Pails
HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.
L .%ATO 1.L"B
LAVY F M.
sc. 6 for 25c IlOc. 90C d=z
Arwmouir L- r WI .IL
&d.- oaa's Simon Pure Lard
Pal-A. 3 lb. 65c-: 5 ha. I
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A Table Defcacy A ,rIawT far Em7rt
CAMPBELL CHIU SAALA OssIOTLE
ALL lOc A CAN OR BOTTLE
From Choicest Concord Grapes.
1 ain Pits, Pints and Quarts.
0 cents a ,ound
Conrad Grocery Cc.
= \lb- i I
A Person is Often Judged by His
P R I NTI NG-
It should be up-to-date the same
as you would have your clothing up-to-date.
- a 0 to
one thousand pounds of the most Modern and Pretty faces of Type.
This in itself is not so much but our workmen
are artists in their line and the combination
of|Modern Type, First-class Workmanship and Good Paper is what produces
Cakes =ad Crach
A HIGH CLASS
Puri.Tan-Ated Brand Coffee
Contains only the fimest grades of
Corees varied by a process th
increases and retains its esserial
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IWO DRAFT TEAtS THAT WERE SENSATION OF NEW YORK
Draft borme comptttrloms were a mnew future of the New York born show
I year. and the primes offers attracted the finest array of Clydesdales and
|berom ever aismembted In the e"at Two teams that attracted much at-
$mos were those entered by the lorris and Armour beef companies. The
pBte weftt of tbe Nt X bhgrsn In nlther, tam exevvds 12.000 pounds. The
ay tea ti o abe acenmwnylvin Illutratmlon hemf vto the Armour company
ed tbe other team to Morrt. RPoh teams wper taken from the New York
ow to tbe bicg fivre stock ezptkon In Chilcago.
There is No Place
Just Like Daytona
As a Resort in which to spend the winter
or a part of it.
Daytona is known the
world over as the Prettiest Resort in
Florida--aad the Beauty of the City is
the Architect ofjthe Universe left It.
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ililllmmiK Iin vluleei~ It r
6M. "eh tsfrNphe wtew Iar Inaw-
I lIs by bet m oated wilb a primsrs-
tif ofat rubber. Io th. room wbere
thit pVoem takes place the tempera
tw rihmse to 212 degreef. IA dt.-ro,-
bter than te hottest It may Ibe on!-
- I the sun. MSan can endure tu
more. Actually there are some who
can stand this however-only a tew
ld you, bat still some. They natr
only the strongest and harnli"t of
workmen, and they can Iwe toIn the roimm
bat a few brief minutes at a time.
Several times daily It is their duty t<
enter the room to see that all gos.
To keep from losing their skin and
to protect themselves from the terrible,
beat these men wear heavy woolen
shirts buttoned high above their Decks
and woolen masks and gloves. Four
or five minutes at the most in the vui-
rantring room is all they can stand
without collapsing, and some can'r
even stay that long. Outside those
men nobody Is ever allowed to endure
such a frightful heut. In fact. it is
hard to convey the idea of 212 degrees.
You can get the same degree of tem-
perature by thrusting your finger into
boiling water. Water boils at 212 de-
grees F.-New York World.
HE LOVED HER.
The Depth of His Feeling Was Re-
vealed In His Answer.
"Do you love me?" he asked.
In reply the modern young girl look
ed at the modern young man with eyes
perferviJ with emotion.
"Do I love you?" she repeated. "I
do. I love you psychologically. socio-
logically. economically. From the psy-
chologic standpoint I feel that our
different orizanisms are so uiely dif-
ferentiated as to form a properly artic-
ulated area of combined consciousness.
Sociologically our Individual environ-
ment has been enough in contrast to
form a proper basis for a right union.
Economically I feel sure that when we
come to combine we shall be able to
Introduce Into the management of our
affairs the right financial balance to
produce the scientific result which
every well ordered and conducted busi-
ness produces. And. now. hbow do you
The young man reached forward. He
clasped her swiftly, but surely, in his
arms. He hugged her long and plenty
He kissed her alabaster cheek and her
"How do I love you?" he replied.
"My dear girl. I love you just as much
as if you really knew what you were
Study Under Difficulties.
It was uyv love for my children that
gave rWe the energy, the will power, to,
reach great heights in my professi-ol1.
I practiced. I stuiliedll my great roles
and arias seated at the pliano, the baby
at my breast, the others playing aroiul,
e LOUCe too Softly. I memorized myv
panrrs while standing at the oil stove
cooking our simple uietal or while busy
at the washtub, with my little .nes.
always around me. Singing leartilug.
studying. I was supremely happy be-
cause they were with mle. I brought
up my children. and they were my
comfort and mny stuypprt. Thev mlide
a brnive. courageous fellowo" of tie.
And it was no difficult task If I haid
to hurry to the theater for rehea rlals
I would glv, the children t ieir supper
at o'clock andil puut their to bed.
When 1 returned ai 14) or 11 o'clock I
Should l-te -greteld ly merry birds' twit-
ter from the different little nests. antl
I wNi'ld 4 itd my sI "l!d(wit'"h's with
t h1I k Tha w1q w.n1 sA d'*I>N ;s on1.A
the h.eriiI'. a t;l e;eit,'i i m, iy M- :ii+'
'* S !hltlmaitin llc iik iti l ,i:!ic:i',,r.
Collier and a Collier.
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BOILED IT DOWN.
What the Lovers Intended to Say and
What They Did Say.
What he intended to say: Lucille. I
cannot tell you how I have waited.
how I have longed f&.r this moment.
Do you remember. Lucille. the first
time we met? Well. I loved you from
that moment. Are you surprised? I
could not help it-I felt as though
fate had drawn us together. Only tell
me. darling, that some of my love is
returned. There must be hope for me
.-say there Is! (Takes her hand.)i I
love you-love you more than words
can tell. All I ask Is that for the re-
mainder of my life I may be your
willing slave. All I desire is your hap-
piness. Tell me. sweetheart, that my
love Is reciprocated. Will you be
mine? (Kisses her.) Darling, at last
my happiness is complete.
What she intended to say: Why.
Jack! I did not dream of this' I have
always thought of you merely In a
friendly way. and it seems so strange
now to have you speak of love. I sup-
pose I could get used to it in time.
Yes. I might learn to love you ait little
-just at little. But you must really.
Jack, give me some time to readjust
myself. What! Kiss me' You silly
boy! Well. just one.
What they said: Ja.-k-The fact is.,
Lucy. I--I-l-I-will you mnuirry me?
Lucy-Oh. .Jack'-New York Journal,
Tohe new tnew -u I th s Wi' lj"SU"tLin, thi '
organist as to the music t! be sun)..
*~6-%' tk of-^^ .r ^'s
Commencinj with Dec. 1
ta* m. t.Lawemmaid ndng Inthe
rq abot the anM of Cit h-mlr
adppi I a range of low granite hills
alled the Lauremtlan highlands. Thw
hill are reilly mountains tht are -
ost wOrn out, for they are the oldest
land In -America and. according to
AgamBa. the oldest in thbe world.
In the days when there was not blug
but water on the face of the globe
these mountains came up. a long is-
land of primitive rock. with univeral
ocean chafing against its shore. None
of the other continents had put in
an appearance at the time America
was thus looking up. The United
States began to come to light by the
gradual uplifting of this land to the
north and the appearance of the tops
of the Alleghenies, which were the
next in order. Later the Rockies
started up. The United States grew
southward from Wiscon.sin and westr-
ward from the Blue Ridge.
An early view of the country would
have shown a large island which is
now northern Wisconsin and a long.
thin tongue of this primitive rock
sticking down from Canada into Min-
nesota, and these two growing states
looking out over the waters at the
mere beginnings of mountain ranges
east and west. They were waiting for
the rest of the United States to ap-
pear.-Charles D. Stewart in Atlantic.
Full stock Electric Irons, Coffee Percolators, Toasters,
Griddles, Chafing Dishes, Fans and Warming Pads.
THE SHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE and
We admit it frankly the Merchants Bank waats your business. But we aS6,
can assure you that in return for your business, this bank not only offers a servi
which we believe almost perfect, but unqu-stioned security for every dollar etrust-
ed to oar care.
In cold, unassuming figures, here is 1our ,arantee to every depositor regard-
less of the amount he may have in this baak
Surplus and Profits .
any possible loss.
That amount stands between your deposit and
This bank wants your business.
Branch of Voluisia County Bank)
A. D. McBRIDE. President
J. B. CONRAD, Vice-Presi'ect
F. N. CONRAD, Cashier
on hbis firt Sunday lU@l@Elt*le*** l*e*l*l** U** elululleu***u***u*u l******i
"And besides the hymln tuness" sa.i F
the organlst, whose daily oc-cul,.nton *
was that of plumber and iceman fr
the village. "we always have two se- No R ED CRS and
elections from the choir, from real
classical music, generally fromi one of *
Handel's or Haydn's oratorios."
: WHITE KNIGHT
"Why, that is goo1l news." said th,'U W H KNIGHT II
minister, who was no mean r'usit.in r
and had a cultivated taste and;l -ir
"Put don't you nind the mu', rt. The Best Cotton Felt Mattresses on the Market.
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