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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: February 23, 1910
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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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Volume ID: VID00442
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Morning
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on the roads,
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CAM AGA1NT THOMAS JEFFER-
SO HOAL CALLED VOR TRIAL


I TODAY


-MUCH INTEREST IN


THECASE.


CORYDEN, Ind., Feb. 23-The case
aThomnuw Jefferson Hoal, the youth-
ful bandit whose murderous exploits
aroused the whole of southern In-
diaaa and Northern Kentucky last No-
vember, was called for trial in the
Harrison circuit court here today. The
Wal has attracted numerous lawyers,
wtees and other visitors, the al-
.nst unprecedented gathering recall-
tag recollections of the days far dis-
tatt wten Corydon was quite a lit-
=, mitropol- and the seat of govern-
-mit ot Indiana.
Hoal's trial, which was brought here
oa change of venue from Floyd cir-
cuit court, Is to occupy several weeks.
Able counsel has been retained to de-
tfed the young desperado, who. dur-
Iag his three months confinment in
t reMwmatory at Jeffersonville, has
become very repentant. It is expect-
ad that a plea of insanity will be
made the basis of defense.

THE COLONIAL TEA
GIVEN BY THE D. A. R.


The Colonial Tea given by the D.
[A. R. for a City Island benefit, was
wel' attended and afforded an infor-
mally pleasant afternoon to those
present.-
-'~ sepee"4 with a bril-
liant piano solo by Miss Jolley.
Th- Kindergarten class of the pub-
lic school: under the direction of
their teachers, Misses Freeman and
Hobbs. marched -to the platform and
sang America, which received an ova-
tion from the audience. The children
then went through some very clever
patriotic exercises of a patriotic na-
ture.
.v volin s)!oo by Mr. Ionnelly, ac-
companied by Miss Willaume and a
second selection in response to an en-
core were listened to with much
pleasure. The children were recall-
Ed and again sang America. Mrs.
Endsley then sang two charming so-
los, the last in response to encore,
which closed the program .
The social hour which followed was
much enjoyed. Most of the members
(f the local chapter were in costume
and one of the youngest daughters
looked unusually handsome in a pow-
dered wig. The hall was beautiful
decorated in flags and palms and oth-


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WHERE DO BICYCLISTS
"BELONG TO BE?"


Ed.tor Daily News:
a j point of nforu 'tion


We rise for


1his question is pertinent to every
wheelmanr in Daytona and surround-


TOOK MUD BATH


ON VOLUSIA AVENUE.


G. A. Foye met with an accident
Monday afternoon which, though it
proved mainly an unpleasant situation
for him, might have resulted more


ing communities. seriously, but for his presence of
The city ordinance says plainly mind.
he does not belong on the sidewalks, Mr. Foye's foot slipped from the
and attach sufficient penalty in re-
straint to discourage the practice. step as he was getting into his bug-
The property owners say, "Not on gy, near the bottling works on Vo-
the packages at our displeasure" lIsta avenue and, the horse starting
and some of them enforce their in up, he was thrown under the vehi-
junction by driving wooden pegs on cle, still retaining his hold on the
the line to keen intruders off. hand rail.
The two-wheel and four-wheel ve- Realizing that he was in danger
hidcles by force of practice declare, from the wheel, he grasped the
"You are on sufferance here; we rach of the buggy with his free
appropriate the best that goes on the hand, at the same time letting go
roadway. You are at liberty to skirm. with the other and then, as soon as
ish around us, but at your own rik, he could get his bearings, let go en-
and you musn't squeal if you get hurt rely. but not until he had been
And while this is might, it is not turned over in the soft mud resulting
right, for we believe the laws of the from e several days of rain.
road would protect the bicyclist if ap-, # regained his footing he
pealed to, still obtains twelve was minus some epidermis but had
months in the year. but more espec- I acquired a thick coating of rich black
tally durin- the winter season when 'mud.
traffic. and pleasure crowd the streets The only individual apparently in
with vehicles, iiriivt a the timie stronied the hor.sn


Example. of this have not been
wanting within n thlie last rainy spell.
Take Palmetto avenue for inIstance.
It affords five or six feet of hard road
after a protracted rain, with a border
of slush and water on each side. The
automobiles- and wagons keep to the
middle- of the road, and the bicyclist
has a choice of taking to the slush
or turning back. Not only one but
a dozen instances of this kind have
been observed by the writer. Of
(,ouirs(- it i not pleasant for the auto-
i,t to dig his machine in the mud.
bhut at least his clothes are spared,
which is not the case if the bicyclist
plows into the same. This holds true
of th wagoi, drivers also.
Thi( other day the following in-
stan( came under our observation:
A delivery wagon was drawn uip to
one sd (,t the st-ret, and a truck


er large foliage plants, and the charm- ,wagon ,n toiIh other side opposite. This
.ngly gowned ladies added much to was ,'n R:d.we oid. and the mud was
the brightness of the occasion, not nrly si( (d+eep. A lady came ip)
to mention the three or four gentle- ti,.- stre,,: h.r wli,t-l ianid was clos.
men who were present, resplendent in tI tht vehl.cl,(s wvheln an altomi)l:le
full dress. *,.mu dash:ii;.. and tottin-, around the
*... .'ti'r. ai,( althoui h thei r FLORIDA LAWYERS ARE I i:1:.tulv in .-"lit, the slp-ld %vis n,11
IN SESSION AT TAMPA. (h,.-,k,'d. aiti it lassd th. tw ;at. -
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MEN ON NOVIN TIAI,


FANCIED INSULT TO


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WOMAN


COMPANION CAUSED NEGRO TO
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BECOME ENRAGED AND DRAW

A GUN.
JERSEY CITY, N. J.. Feb. 23 -
Scores of detectives are scouring
New Jersey for the young negro whR
shot Harrison Highbee and Leslie
Lord, of Newark, on a train becauAe
the young men refused to apologize
to tho negro's woman companion for
a fancied insult.
The men changed eats and the ne-
gro became enraged, drew a gun
and fired.
After Higbee and Lord were wound-
ed youths overpowered the negro and
threw him off the train, while it
was running at twenty miles an hour.
His companion followed though the
train had not slackened its speed.
Higbee is in a critical condition
Lord seriously wounded. They are
row in Jersey City hospital.

RESULT OF FIRST DAY
OF TENNIS TOURNAMENT
Th: tennis tournament opened at
the Despland course yesterday, with
several entries. The results of the
day are as follows:
Ladies' Singles.
Mis.3 Hutchinson defeated Miss Mc-
Cord, 6-2, 6-2.
Miss Hutchinson defeated Mrs. Al-
man, 6-0, 6-0, in straight sets..
Ladies' Double
Miss McConnell and Miss F. Mc-
Connell defeated Miss Kane and Miss
Ritchie by default.
Miss Radcliff and Miss Fritter de-
feated Miss Campbell and Miss Mc-
Cord, 6-2, 6-2. in straight sets.


STOPS Fi.l


"Selling at Cost"


Every Shotgun or Rifle in the store we will sell

at cost. Come in and see for yourself.



Gruber-Morris Hardware Company

"I you don't trade with us we both lose money."

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i:nd o(t course said nothing about Miss Kammerling and Miss Hutch- see a. a result of the terrible b*M-
the incide,:t. iison defeated Miss Browning and ng he received yesterday but export
Mrs. Alman, in straight sets, 6-4, 9-7.as his nerve ad fighting quali
MERRY MINSTRELS Mixed Doubles
are still unbroken.
TO APPEAR TONIGHT. Mi. Wright and Miss HlutchinsonI
Th( nerry erry minstrelareco passed second round by default. It i pointed out that Nelson C e
i, to town: ; Mr. Bush and Miss McConnell de- back and beat Gans after defeat bi
Not one of those cheap, fly-by-night feated Mr. )onnelly and Miss Brown- .Iirnuy Britt and his defeat by fW
organizations, claiming much and giv- ing 64, 62. i tht- forty-second round In the (.
c i givj.~~ 'Miss Fitter and Mr. Baker defeat-
irti little, but the old reliable one- mer Gans figbt.
ed Mr. Arnold and Miss Kammerling
RIchards & Pringle's Famous Geor- Wolgast has received many victory.
g ia Minstr~ls; the one y-our father t-, 6
ga M('ornstrdls; the one yand Miss Clement but has caused no sensation until tke
Ipatronized and his father before huim. I M o r
This year. as is their custom, they ed to second round by default present
bring you a show replete with novel His wonderful boxing and genera
surprises. LUMBER RATE HEARING ship saved him in the twenty sec
larence Powell and Billy King still N BOSTON. round. Staggered by two blows nh
Clarence Powell and Billy King still
head the fun fountain, assisted by BOSTON. Feb). '-A hearing of fel to the floor The crowd thought
... --1hAr A-as t te lov.Tecrwbu t heou!pt
twelve other dusky funmnakers of in- grat imlportan(e to lumber men and the battle was over, but he Jull,
national reputation. Thtre is a mill ,wner- of New England. was up and stalled six rounds until his
hand of twenty-five sol)o nusicians, a begun ht-r. today before the Inter- condition returned.
Choral chort of twenty, anii o:rch-stra t ttk ('o,,merce commission for the Wolgast is engaged to marry Ku-
4f twelve and a vaudeville pr,,a'1iam i ptIrp1)( st off determining what abuses eni Htiowey, of California.
unsurpassed. The scenery. alnd .os- exist 1i t, operation of the milling Th, gross receipts were $37.750.
timeiC are all io-w and die-:,-t '- d ti., n1r privileges, extended by al- Nelson received $12.000 and an s-
pIcialdy f"or t h; t(ina,. T, pa thw t5 cf tt (. Ilis.o. The hear- tra thousand for expenses; Wolgast
L I.tide whi('ch will I)h, a [',;tif:' t t ,his ; :i 't:lar" t, rho e alrreadv con- received $2.7.70, with an additiowI
.' tr wll travr:'s, Tli0 J)rin, ital s.r je I ,i1,4t,-(; lv t ,. < n1im;.<:I.,iI n Wash- thou1.and fr expenses, and $1,500 a
yur &rv ;ir iiptlv a 1 'n aS : ,,:.,. a:., 1,n rii ,ut jh :i' \Vst, h's end of the picture concessions.
~d S p^n'- (i:.ll : L i~ u *1: ,i :; l .- a ( st:.1 !fi.I t l Ht-'ietn rhomiand sau the fight.
_ s, i(rnn *'1 v;rt 1 -(,fl (" 'Lt -, *.,or ,, ,.,1 .r f ,,: :ino i- ( II ria l- are divided on the battle


'NEVIAE K CT*ARKC
OPTOMETRIST.

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NELSON OFFERS BONUS OP 0,
000 TO HIS SUCCESSFUL AM
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TAGONISI FOR ANOTHER BOUT.
RICHMOND ARENA, Cal., Feb. 3
-His face battered to a pulp, 1
eyes closed, his lips puffed, covad
with blood and staggering beIw-
about the ring yesterday Battling N*
eon, conqueror of Joe GasM, was
from a knockout in the fortieth V
of his fight with Ad. Wolgast, h
Referree Smith humanely sto0pV a
most unequal contest.
Nelson, game to the last stood la
center of the ring, and, even t06
he could hardly raise his hands, W
ged to be allowed to contMRie. Me
was led to his corner heartbroken
In the opposite corner of the ft
the new light weight champion o t M
world. Ad Wolgast, of Cadillac, M .
was lifted to the shoulders of h
trainers amid the cheers of the NW
crowd.

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 23-BattU
Nelson offers a ten thousand dobr
cash bonuF to Ad. Wolgast, ti*
"w light weftht amp s
world. for' a ret
time and place on. conditions to bo
iami -4 by t.e champion.
Ne;o is today almost unable to


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42mok hirts... IUndershirts....
Jfw Skbhu....13 Drws .........
uINAMOG~roittL. 13 Rocks. per pair.
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I E. T. PITCHER
SHAVANA CIGARS
SNorth Beach St., Daytona. Fla. 0
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S CALL FOR MY CIGARS 0
SClear Havana Smokers 5c.
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I JACOB ESPEDAHL
* Contractor and Builder
SDesigner and Craftsman ,
i erlirp !-r:ds Conitructlon o: u.J.,- i
Sin'-.. P~an *an1 'p.--i<-&t:c':.- 0
y ol s'ho:.r Notc-T.
I'AYT,NA. Fl1RIIA.
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a OSCAR MICHAEL
* CONTRACTOR
U Filling and Grading
S Heavy Hauling a Special:y.

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2 GOOD MEAT
SII .-: awa ,c. found at
1BIRCHWOOD'S
I CUrBt--f. Lb L b. Pork
SanD Mutton a re always. -
* prim. four tmb!e dfti- '
S&CIef ar.- th- t. SA Trial < r'.-r olicited. *Pho- .
Try Birchwood's Butter.....
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By L C. DEMARKE.
One of Daytona's crownlug glo-
I rks Is her incomparable beach. No
one who ever set foot upon its
smooth, packed sands; no one who
Sever pedaled a bicycle over its ex-
Spanse; no one who ever drove a
prancing pair of horses and listen-
*ed to the popping of their steel shoes


T .O.HEELEY

* Interior Decorati^.
Orders aw Be Lft at Roew"
S TIRJewTrOy SML.


TIRE TROUBLES


upon its asphaltum-Uike fac; no one ao w oy ---- McGror at thE a ra i. -,
who ever steered a high-power au- DIvtona Vulcanizing Works. So. Beach seating. miles upon miles
_. .. .... i end of Cotta z- Av--.nue. oppo-lte Yachtw so ,w a.s to attract i
10 tomobile down the broad stretch of Clubh. Valuable Advia, Given vFre. From ys SO 00 as to a
wav-ahe andsurf-p e ackedarn al ni New York and Atlanta workshopS of from all over the continent.
Nwave-washed and surf-packed sand th'p~~ra/ RuhrCo.o fiow v
the Pisk Tiro and Ruhhr Co.. of Chicopee
Sbut realized that it is a world-beat- VtIlS. M.;--. High Grade MatPrials and And as for the pavement
eo G s Work Only. W x. 8. Mc(GREGCOR. menms that look and act like
3 er, a world-wonder. Go stand upon .. ^ L A Ald
S this wide speedway and see the hap- FSK TIRES for FLORIDA ROADS -where else between the
Spy souls flit by in joyous mood, and FOUND AT LAST and western seas are so ma
answer whether this is not one of A place on Beach Street wheki in proportion to inhabitants
---he se-ven modern wonders. y at pavement question stands
0 R you can et Hot Chocolate that street as on-e of the chief
The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River. ..,. .., ".. ". st.reet as .. I tu ~
SThe Placid, Pellucid Halifax i made right and served with whip cards. Till some unhe
0 Where think you is water with more e Ce o
0 PIE..... ....s.r-o....ings? Nearly a pea Cream 5c a cup. place reports more and be~tt
Si que surroundings? Nearly aT.F. CURTIS & SON tona throws down the gauntlE
mile ''dt%. fringed with tropical vege- wo l CUR SN
S- ,world.
station. artistic cottages with roomy
I S "g t ... .. quarrels. Flowers, Birds a.
H verandas looking out upon her bosom, BIRD CAGES Whatever oone shortcom
gamey foc-d fishes in countless num- C ...o.
S however indifferent or even
bers t.uckoning, as it were, to those $1.00 at ob. a b.
a ... ...... v- .-- -- one may be to many things, t
with rod and reel; her booom fleck- mention of "flowers and S
ed with duck and coot and snowy- DUNN BROS. .. .r w .i. ed
M .b.irds and fruits" wllsend'i
winged sea birds, which sit about as ..
.- .. that is reflected in distende
if for the sport of bobbing upon the tatdpisrcted ed...ed
wares; watch that lubberly old an prceder..
w.. .. ....s tha Il old For every visitor with a sp
white headed pelican pouch a fat be there is a bunny ready
N mullet, and that fish hawk struging BUSINESS AND a n ao .Hew
0 .. .... m and accept youre"gift. H o w ill
M upward with his floundering load he PROFE O NAL upih n n.it. h
Ssnatched from the water. PROFESSIONAL upright and knaw into the
...s""l "- v-i rstloI'Slaa.-noI e itfurtive, saucy glance
S See the beautiful lanes. spick ADVERTISEMENTS i aucy meanw e.
and span, their hampers and lockers F loes sa l freh
Bulging with refreshments both solid FiJowers.Usualyfresh and
and liquid ready for a cruise upon th ing the year 'round You are r
of Goldsmith's couplet where
beautiful surface. Take out your flel Dr. Jo. A. Van Valzah, Ph. G. Smiling spring Its earliest vi
__ .. "- ,' ~--*tn'AH ,a .smiling spring its earliest vi
0 glass and sweep the river from Daytona kfce, over G(i1 'i Pharmacy. hours n. s m..s ie..r.
0 Ormondg bride to Ponce Park : !: t n-. m And summer s lingerng b
0m are delayed.
0 light house, then say whether the Nose, Throat. lafs and Rhltism ta are delayed.
5 Halifax isn t a thing of beauty and Elby Elec .-Theraos-Vibratory Methbd. In one yard roses of varigat
* a joy forever, and one of the modern l,.vtona B-i h fflle- in Th.' Van Valzah predominate; another house
w wonders Bo', nours :, a. rn. ap.-cialhours a penchant for the poincetta
0 wonders. poltni .-
S" premises are aflame; another
I The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge- d e .
wood..ueno om mo onou-u en- den in a jungle of tall cane.
I N is the spice of life and here i;
0 Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest DR. F. H. HOUGHTON you fid it.
* of a broad ridge, straight as the crow The birds flit. in. and wit
Sflies and the wide-spreading branches D entist joyous notes help to give
Sof the heavy-trunked live oaks U .. p nd symmetry to the pictures t
": -'" ... + `P.-;.. (K-;- O and symmetry to the picture
0 tend their giant arms across the mag-0 PH..E ,v.- F:;.i.:., As for fruits, choice c-trus
- .i?;r r t v-ta, fo ming. an arch, aTd ***D0@* m eu iay ona yields the palm to n
f 'r:A L'-A' x extt.-:.de - "-- ,' u r S [a n : m o+, ,w a y a t h * -- H I _w : .< "
u- .S..... "... s sway as t t are score- of citrus groves i
-dtr vruiLds u r,_m the tro;, c, OSTEOPATHY 0 -tv to the ci -, branch I
Ian -t-m .Looking straight ahead DR J. C. H e-raa e
i down th.is whit.. sh-l stre e .. 0 :;ue hea, n globeh s, wh
-' E- ..pres.on ort a'fairy ath w;th -,...--;. -:, .-: ,: b-a ty, profav-y and all d.
i e:..-h d.,aper_.,_, lUi_ as. y. .u .move 0 t; I H ; T.. I ^ ..
S p is P -.t s-- !e...... i-S. .a i.ts W o"Id tru as onis
"a'onz and ca-;t .an I VE fi7S t,J 'The T--
-a-on: and east -- t fSt t'j t. l *I*Ullll@iUll@9elegeln gThe Fastest Autos and The
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superficial observer. With such lav-
ish wealth of natural beauty it be-
came an easy thing for the hand of
man to give the finishing touches
which have wrought out the colors
and outlines of the big picture.
Man did all this in the laying out
of the streets with their wide margin
of parkage. The entire city becomes


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*h-rc n a 1-A cLic t ura I plans anr.d
b-u-:d uo te.ard. as the az-c:Li,-


E. L. STEWART
Physician and Surgeon
X-ray and H:gh Frequency
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S. H. GOVE
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AFCX:ITECT EUILDER
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D. D. & C. M. ROGERS
Civil Engineers
DAYT ON.A. FLA.


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Six Acres of Park-
age. All Modern
Improvements

Rates: $3.00 per
Day and up


L. Z. BURDICK
COR ACTOR
and BUILDER

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-6m by

Oshu-mu WIS of

ratin daft he
t history of man
t, m il with wire of
Sand telephone, i
P]lltMrt as hard and'
a" hvcr h ov-rc by
i b ft t grew in state-
ftl the, lapse of by-1
%Mg N4w Smyrna a truly
l ce and rest.


-bae is very inviting to
iM- pbasure-seeker. Here
faldthe best fishing and
-- I ttateof Florida.
fot am, thrifty, the busi-
MWPvisi"# and all unite
Wthe welcome hand of
f stetraners. There are
adMices for white people
sm eqal number for the colored
H i-althe town has an excellent
*Mt&, a splend&d public lib-
[- upw-fdate ht^ in-ss houses.
mWmay aumbper of pretty
de r permaent population,
Sclose to 2,000. and
W^ t y inm winter residences.
pam- ood hotels and boarding
w here you can find accomo-
to met yur requirements.
A*iiag New Smnyrna is as fine a
.taof vegetable land as can be
aaywee. This land has
divided into small farms which
a bought at reasonable prices
of the finest celery grown in
ft s s raised on this land. All
1gethil grow in abundance,
61 too, is the home of the fam-

MW Smyrua, has no bonded in-
land the tax levy is low.
A peWt that no tourist should fail
MWtis the ruins of the Old Span-
Mission which stand somber and
About one and a quarter miles
.i wet of New Sme-na. A good
Stleads to the place and the trip
be easily made by an automobile.
$uht, in the great pine fiats by the
of the forest, is this place of
/for the pious; this rcn-
Sfor the picnicker. The ruins
en enesive, and while there is no
aI bafic history of their origin, it
I I sumed that the Mission was
%=tM by the Frpciscs-s in the days
'.W W the once powerful Kingdom of
Spain first planted its flag upon what
to now American soil.. It was built
id coquina, the roof being of the
s material, cut into thin slabs
jad covered with cement plaster.
RExtensive gardens surrounded it.
which were enclosed by a stcne
wall, portions of which still remain.
Visitors usually come in parties
M ary awd curious but the spell ci
the place soon falls upon them and
thty parate to sit alone, silent and
meditative, under the archcer or b-
ide the ancient welL


CORONADO
Is situated on the peninsula opposite
Pew Smyrna and is connected by a
gsod road and bridge over the dc,'p
Ctrent of Indian River. Here )ou
ca put aside your convcitionall
garbt breathe in large and deep the


[ ORMONDmON-THE-HALIFAX


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THE IDmpa net*o me at
scm-usc rORMOND.

F. WSAM sI


Rat=
$3.00 per Day
Special per
Week
Exebl.nt Hunting
and Fi.shing
NEW MYRNA
F100hril-


HOTEL

TURNBULL
NEW HMYRNA
FLORIDA
A House Strictly
First Class in
Every Respect
Dtnn-rs for Motor-
In; Partl*- a&
4 petcialty
Rates: $2.06 per
Day and Up
BENNETT and
HODGES
PROPRIETORS



GALREAT H
High Grade
Men's Outfitter
NEVW RMYRNA
FLORI DA


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


L. C. CHISHOLM
Tonsorial Parlor
!d, -t -tiitnd In town
NvW SMYRNA4, 'NA..
Mol-Qs nnd \'virT
HR, mov-d Without
Thilti
Pai l
AANITA Y BATHS



ICE CREAM
Confections
Cold Drinks

Th,, t of Ev-ry-
thing. nn Our Lin,.


RIZY'S

New Smyrna
I? th' It'P ;:1 '



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M H.'. !.M MOKI.IER
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AS. CARNELL
(ORMONI, FI.A.
.M nu'Ai ur*r of
Pure Home-Made

GUAVA JELLY
MARMALADES AND
TROPiCAL
PRESERVES
Special Attentionm to
Famiy Orders
niGKKMT AWA&Rtn A?,
P; n- An-irl'in Ex-
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tiin-- hn rlston
crni, ina Pur.hn.;so
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j ( lVM( NI). FIXA.
Fine Groceries
'Vegetables Fruits
6 .it :;i (l Amok.-it
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ORANGES
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10rapefruit -
Ikst Grow n
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OR WRITE TO

MACON

THORNTON
ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAY
INTERE.STE I
IN PROPERTY IN
(RMoND OR
ORMONID BEACH
H.- Will G(vi- Iour
BU-in 's Pronipt
Attc-ntlon


MILDRED LODGE
iForni.iirv lildr.( On Rivn- Froint
ORKrON1. l~.A.
A First Class Mod-
ern House; Rooms
Single or En Suite;
with or without..
Private Bath. Ser-
vice and Cuisine
Unexcelled. ....
A. M. WATSON
Propr.


COOK'S GROVR

On the Ormond


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.
Many fine residences are main-
t.incd on either side of the river,
mct of them embellished with sub-
trorical flora and shrubbery, besides
tri-'y orange and other citrus fruit
tr'c,-s."
Th,- town is very cosmopolitan.
b an excellent graded school, sev-
U-.l ci.-:urchcs. a fine public librarv,
',c--to-date places of business and
tablebe and con'znicnt hotels'
.. J oo.trinn houses.
,:':...,d Las many of the Florida
.-.. : ,S-fnc fruit, good fishing,
ex,-.x. ..t automcbiling, saifs boating,
salubrious clirma'e and pleasant
walks and drives.
At Ormxad Beach is located the
large Hotel Ormoad, 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
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
i dense tropical forests to Spanish
ruins; drives to the ancient Cause-
Sway built by the slaves of planters
Sof long ago, and drives to the planta-
tions of hospitable settlers, whose
places are replete with the interest
oi 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 ub-tropical fruits
Sand fiowc:<.
Five miles further on vou come to
Mound-rove. one of the finest orange
.rovcs in this section of Florida.
Mvoundo.--ovc is on the headwaters of
"h2 Haai ,lc River and is amid pretty
uronnJ.rt.'U,. The place is reached
a ,oad road [passing Number
'.;.if] aa.d is a drive all tourists may


o5tTTtePCP -NT' )J'*T T'fi U.l:T-
SCOTTAGES- 1 r I
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County .

VISITORS
WELCOME


THE

RUBY ORANGE
and

MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
Arc Produced at

"NUMBER NINE"
Their Reputation
is Established. No
Comment is Reall
Necc's-; iry.


, PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE |


PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY
1:1 ..,
OW\VNER of the BEST
River Front
PROPERTY
.IN PO:r ORANGE
F'iceT .',:<: Linds


S \\. t .' A t
t'. *rl ,> ,'..e


11,1ATIO &. Loo
n. -i c \ n c'f[
,rA! TiLLU 0 til
i' (icnera


PORT ORANGE is a pretty little'
village situated ive 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 to;.n is well laid out and has,
man:- prc:v .- homes owned and oc,:a-
i-:e. bc': rC A IC.:sts as .d wiutcr tourr,.
S i -:-, s,. ral c!r' cs, ue cf tli.
,',ct [,!r.- d s.. ocis in Vclu-ia
..":"tv, tAo ci.ral store,, a rcal
1 ^c a.;::.,- a.,_ two or th!rce ortci .


A l..~. n5~ 'rof tonr;,ti .~
~r r~ .~5. ,-ik Pet Oa.~
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PORT ORANGE

BEACH
Lots for Sale.
Liberal Term-
AlloweAd or
IMP ROV Em EMiE N T; S
Ocean or River
I-i .H !NG
; I N G.

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WM. C OWESS
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Port Oranvge

OlSTIER CO. \
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DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA


VOLUSIA
COUNTY
BANK
DELAND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

A. D. McBRIDE
President
J. B. CONRAD
Vicm President
S. A. WOOD
Cashler


G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Drugs, Stationery,
Huyler's Candies,
Kodaks, Cigars
DLAND, FLA.


J. Wv. PERKNS

Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law

SWill Practise In
S State and
Federal
Courts


DRLAND. FLA.


W. D. HAYNS
Grocer
DELAND, FLA.

"We 8peak for
Your Trade."


LANDIS & fISH
Attorneys at Law
Practvincin n il
VState a;nd F. (l,.rai
() iir't,
Mpcial f;acilltit- for
inv'st'a tin m z;a d
I),.r f,.et in titlI,.s
l'Fl ANI'. FIA.


STEWART & BLY
I>;im! A. S4ti-wart
EI;forl Hlly
Mnry St'w:irt
Attorneys at Law
nd Notri..-, Public
!,T r.AND. FL .


"FOUNTAINS"
PzLANID, FLA.

Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


For Florida
FARMS
GROVES
TIMBER or
TRUCK
S AND
f* !t.


THE GOULD

REALTY CO.


DELAND, the county t
Voluaia County,
"is sI tuated. 23 miles southwest of
SDaytona and is reached froam the latbd
ter city by an cellent hard-.surfae
road recently mstructed.
At DeLand is located thq John B
Stetson Univesity, one of the lead.
ing educational institutions of the
South. Begaxse of the interest in:
matters- 'n,-,tio"- IDeLand is knowz4
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 $300000 endow-
ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep-
resenting an investment in building .
endowment and books, of more than
$120,000 The libry is the United
States Go wi Aument depository -for the
State of Florida, and contoii-- over I
15,000 volumes Science Hall, oa
of the newest- of 16 building, wit
its f-awihings, represents an outlay
of $60,000. Elizabeth a is oe of
the most beautiful college bnildig
in the South.
The city has-a populatim of ab td
3,5.0, with a. thickly settled country
adjacent. DeLand proper i& fiv
miles east of the. St. Johns BieE
the high ollingt, pinme laud of h
great "Orange Ridge" of Florida.
The prefomintiang products am
oranges aadn grap'frukt theet matmed
crop from this vicinity bift em-
300,000 boxes this year.. Gapm,
peh, peach prs, JapanI persIm mos,
plums, pecans, guavas, strawberries
and other fruits are grown iaL pbtsty.
In the way of public improMats
are many miles of fine shell reada an-
excellent high school, electric hta,
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 ten
years' course, and the building which
tt occupies is newly furnished
throughout, and is one of the most
commodious and best equipped pub-
lic schools in the State.
The trip from Daytona to DeLand
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,
DeLeon Springs, five miles, a historic
spot, where 60,000 gallons of water
bubble from the earth every minute.
From DeLand automobiles go south
to Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and
marl roads; theSt. Johns is crossedby
ferry near Osteen and cars can then


continue to Sanford and Orlando by
hard road. There is a shell road
from DeLand to Orange City, five
mrniles and a good road from DeLand
to Lake Helea, a like distance.


BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO.
M;i !. -;1, t? 7;. :* v,-
Light (iranite, Buff, Red andM
D)rab Brick


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Four OoUO11ai
I n W I.a t t d


stmuctors. eulsh .
but non- ~~~n
For tatra~a
Lincoln Hun".y
LLi.I.)..


BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY

LUMBER
LATH
SIINGLS

Agents:

WhitehalUOM


IPuLAND, V'LA.


ALLEN'S
Next to Po6toff1

DRUGGISTS
JEWELERS
DzLAND, FLA.

A. H. WMDA


The
Leading
GROCER
I)FLAND. FLA.

J. A.
ERICKSON
& Co.
Liar,*-t mtock Of
Pianos. Organs aMad
Sewing M machines
i.out ii if Jc'onvllle
I) l.ANI). FIA.

Florida Wagonu
Works and
Machine Shope
4 'fiT HIODGKINS
Proprl-tor
!,t.IAND, FLA.
Manufnctnrer of
ii,-7sv' and MurroyI


SSILAS
B.
WRIGHT
INSURANCE
AGENCY
:I.AN ID, FLA.
> 'it: r
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S .\ -- -" r'.!

Wriqht & Wright
Att<'rne,;- at Law


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South

One of
Groves


Half Mile
of Ormnond

the Finest
in Volusia


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W. F. GILLE. Jr. & CO.
The Prescription Drugists.


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W~ith top and fMdIeg at
second hand.

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Alab Qur$ette with Richards & Pringle's Famous Minstels, at the Opera House tonight.


THE DAYTONA DAILY IEIS
Published every evening, except Sun-
day. from December 1 to April 1, by P E
THE GAZETTE-NEWS 00.
T. B. FITZGERALD, Editor-Manager.
C. S. HARRIS, City Editor. Aperfect and most economS
Geo. F. CRovcH, Superintendent.
Entered as second-class matter De- and Stationcr
cember 1. 1W9. at the post office at
Daytona. Florida, under the Act of Fo a at
March 3, 1r9. G Ur SR F Il

BIG PLANS FOR THE
PONCE CELEBRATION. DAYTONA C
7( hCit.:zcns League of St. Augus- U ul
tA GENon
t--, o in chaI
t~ i:tinincage the annual p e- Pm
.-flt(i f t'h spectacular celebra-
tI-. U<.;11 eii 'ii:( 'i ilt:ng the landing' of
I'c;;.i (1t dt- Lt-O,, d(l thiet attollditi fes-f
i',t.., hj:~ s,.t ;s th,. dates for thie


, -.<,\.- ,;i ti.:.- y"Ilr, M1iich "1 o L;nd 01,
ind April 1.
' Tli.- e' t-it pro:ii..-.- to be even
L.cre attractive and interesting this
year than ever before, and the corn-
milttees in charge are now at work;
perfecting the details. The spectacu-
lar feature will be historically cor-
rect and will be pictursque, warlike
and thrilling,
Many inquiries are being received
by members of the executive commit- ;
tee and others as to the exact dates
for the occasion from citizens and vis-:
itors throughout the State who de-
sire to make arrangements for ac-j
commodaticns in the Ancient City!
during Ponce de Leon week and there i
is every reason to believe that the
attendance will be much larger than
ever before.
Information as to the detailed pro-
gram of the three days spectacle rail-1
,tad (rats and hotel accommodations,.!
il.dv 1>,: o!taUI'-d through correspon-;
d :i< *v:lih
. .. (- i- n1 i)v:;,l.;-. ":.i prn;] i (t i1, at ;
,'5_ .\ ,- 'I-t: :. !. -.


To the


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kmt fad i
y Gas@%


9iING


West


VIA
Dixie Flyer and So0dh

Lv Jmwksonvll.- A. C. L 8:15 pmn Lv
Lv Wavcros. A.C. L ........ 10:1 pm Lv
Ar Macon.G.M. & F ............. 3:40am Ar
Ar Atlanta. (. of ... .. .0am Ar A
Ar 'hattanooga. W.. & A ........lIam ArlJ
Ar Nashvlle.-N..C. & Rt. L ...3:pmi Ar
Ar St. Louts, I. C .... ....... 7:) am nAr
Ar Hopklnsvlle. L.A X.. 554pm Aro
Ar Henderson. L.& N.... .... 8:15pm Ar
Ar Evansville. L.A N........... 8:4 pm Ar
Ar T-rre Haute. E. & T. H. ....1Oam Ar
Ar ('hlcage ( E. I......... 6:47 am A
Rolld train Jackonvlll* and Chicago. OW
Pullman Drnwing Room Rit-ping Cars.
coaches s and( Baggagt Cars. Pullman, MU
Sleeping (ars Jacks-onvlle and St. Louts. and
Dining C(r- Atlanta and vansvllle. jCantoCW
-slm
For reservations or other ianormatiem, c-in B u
A. W. FRITOT, Div. Pass. A


JACKSONVILLE,


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THURSD


Don't Take

Our

Word

For It!

Come and see for yourself
The work of development is


A


Ridgewood


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9:30


Heights
T v v y vT v ryrT~rY yrVyTry~~1


Is the name of a new addition just outside the City limits of Daytona
and we will offer a limited number of lots at your price, and on easy
terms. These lots front South Ridgewood Ave., facing the east and
are all high and dry. Daytona is growing rapidly and real estate val-
ues are growing likewise all over the City.


Free

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and Au

ALtave the busim
Of Daytona promP


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$in=HBeatEvery Modeta
SeM& for DookieL


; .LA1iC LOUMS. Oarraganmett Pier, RhoIe Islana.



7RIDGEWOOD

~. LANG WORTHY, Proprietor.


NOW OPEN
wl be managed by white


Northern hell


of the finest hotels in the North, and whit


the house. The table will be supplied
of the season, cooked and served by the


esses obtainable.


tl proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y.



I PRINCE GEORGE
& fHolroyd, Proprietors
S !DYTONA., FLORIDA


-m (Improved Since Last Season.
hi Grounds-Located on River Front


Concert Twice Daily


as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park, N. J.


fo leaves Prince George dock for
urt eday morning at 8:00 o'clock.


I


, HAMILTON


New and First-Class.


- FLORIDA.


Electric Lights


Electric Bells


Ivy Lent. Inn entertained their
guest, most delightfully Tuesday ev-
ening with a George Washington
function.

Mrs. W. A. Manville and Mrs.
Chas. Manville, of Carbondale, arriv-
ed Monday and are guests at the
Ivy Lane Inn.

The Ridgewood celebrated Wash-
ington's Birthday with one of their
delightful social functions. .Military
euchcre wa. enjoyed.

Thz Despland entertained with a
bridge party las night and while
many of thle guests attended the
Elks ball. there xiere plenty left to
make the amen a very -tl:re:'et.ing
one.


Laiit 1


Inn: m,-s 'I'< i Bf). i~, ,New


Mrs, lrd~ B. GJates, St. Pau] l. IiaL.

Man\).'. '


Mrs.


-'rnml., rl't M ;lH, f ipoli. ; dr. and
.Mrs. 1. 1! I',,lthimaI. I'nadilla. N.
Y Mlr. and Mrs \V. AX. Schofield,
Providence, it. I.; Mlr. and Mrs. F.
I. Da'a. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Griffith,
Mr. and Mrs. Burrell, Jr., Little
Falls N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Bosworth, Elgin, Ill.; Dr. and Mrs. J.
E Newcomb, Max Hamm, Galveston,
Tex.; Geoff. Mason, St. Augustine;
Mrs. H. E. Fryl, R. C. Reynolds, F. E.
Fryl, Mrs. H. L. Champion and maid.

NO HOME RULE BILL THIS
SESSION OF PARLIAMENT
LONI)ON, Feb). 21; Premier As-
quieth said today that the govern-
mtient did i.)t intend to introduce a
home zr l, ,lil!l thiis session of parlia-
ment i's; st ttilem(Jlt adds to the
^"en,'!1'; '1 2 ., ;i 'l (o llf
WHISPERED THAT SECRETAYR


BALLINGER WILL RESIGN.


ii


A Cinch.
Dubbins-Do you know where I can
find a lot facing south' Stubbins-
Why not rtry around the north pole?
That's a very likely place--Judge.
A Queer Ornament.
Some years ago \ve found in secret
drawer of a pearl embroidered wor1k-
box three locks of hair fastened to i
small enamel heart shaped mounts.,
with silver eyelets. Two were inscrib-
ed "R. C. obt. 16th April. 1W4," "'R. C.
1664." The third had no inscription at
all. In this box I now keep an en-
graving of a portrait of Elizatbeth.
queen of Bohemia, which plainly shows
the curl of hair in her left ear. attach
ed to a pearl earring. The painting, by
Gerard Honthorst, was engraved by G.
Vertue.
When I showed these hair earrings
to a gentleman of some considerable
learning he Informed me that an uncle
of Anne, wife of King James I.. was
afflicted by a malady, still prevalent in
Poland and some parts of Russia.
which consists of a growth of hair and
flesh pendent from the ear. on which
it is dangerous to operate owing to the
profuse hemorrhage which ensues. lie
added that in consequence of this roy-
al infirmity a fashion arose in the six-
teenth and seventeenth centuries of
wearing locks of hair pendent from
the left ears. I believe there is a por-
trait of a Stuart lady still at I1am
House so adorned.-London Notes and
Onprtqe' ;


Rooms with or without Baths.


UZS INTU KTESWRL
TMDAYTONA-PALK lEACH DMOA o..mbI~b~F S
mthe1.1usd, umuly at the.o&deeb.1Mid Vfmflb 5!,
*d is3t~ the Resert. O. sumn doo~. 1 ftdbvdWad sdr
*~o *emuljjeyw toth nmd do* by hm, ivmhs~
*Large, bmdsemeWAtebemAutiipd mmd am* hmdet ad~ do no
* emamah sEmd =aGade...Toou8"d a we&. bmwes dero~ e mod MEL
U __m
CE .303 @3OUOUE Smsw.o.


[a Tb.* Poem).
'lA pfet psbeised tn 167n. entu.
t o Tb Woeth at a Penny. or. A
(asti to Keep Money. With the
O*uft of the Scarcity, and Misery of
the Want Threof In These Hard and
Mcies Times." contains a list of
arUclO obtainable for a penny ID the
"s of Charte 11. Theme include "a
dish of coffee to quicken your stoem-
ach and refresh your spirns:&" "a fair
cucumber" and -portions of such conm-
noditles as nuts, vinegar, grapes. cake
onions and oatmeal." The catalogu '
of pennyworths obtainable at an
apothecary's is a lengthy one and im-
eludes "lettuce to make you sleep.
mitbridate to make you sweat and nt-
seed, which may save your lite in a
fainting or soundd"
This in the way of recrtatior "for a
penny you may see any monster, jack-
anapes or those roaring boyes. tie
lyons; you may bear a most eloquent
oration upon our EnglishLb kings ;iand
queens If you listen to him who keeps
monuments at Westminster; you may
have all the news in England and
other countries of murders, floods.
witches, fires, tempests and what not
In the weekly newsbooks."--London
Scraps.
Sarcastic.
"1 can recommend this horse. sir."
said a dealer. "as a strong, sound ani-
mal."
"It must be." agreed the customer.
"to have attained Its present az&"'


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HOTEL MAGNOLIA ST. AUGUSTINE. FLOUDA-
6pm kc. 2 ,19 NOS E I, m:
Strictly first-class Family Hotel. Staom Heated, Fifty Suites with prive a.k.
Accommodations for 300. Music Twice dmly. Rates 2.50 per da d ay .*.
SPECIAL WEEKLY. PALMER & MacDOWELL, Prop's.

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I Seminole
" West Palm Beach
SD. C. HOAGLAND, Prop.


*
FIREPROOF. 75 Room S ole or En S.e. BaM
Cuisine in City. Separated from Lake Worth mad PNM
Beach Ferry only by the City Park. Barber Shop,
Laundry, Launches, Sample Room. Northern Servic,
Distilled~water, Artificial Ice. $2.50 PER DAY td a p.


in


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per cent. on the


investment.


Houses


All


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I. M. MABBETTE.


Prop's and


PINES


bhe highest point on Ridgewood avenue Large.
. Accomodates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. TelP
br lights, furnace heat. private bath. New and
A A f- -1 T l T T TC*I'L V


cents.


EW SEASIDE INN
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES
SMlodern, Homelike and Comfortable. Directly on
M SLrf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and up
HORACE F. STEWART
TOtNA BEACH, FLORIDA.


S1rked he bu't' ('itkt*i n.: tcIt1 ;, l
to tober.' -r I. 14-,t 11itwI I
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open Novenil


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Beautiful home on the banks


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s of Ormond. Five acres of


bearing orange trees, good

home with all modern con-

: venienees, barn packing house,


I wood shed, servants' quarters.


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* On the Famous ldiwan River..-T.e oly ho emm Ft. Pier ce yeooJ t heier.
: and owning its own Dock. Rates 2.30 Per Day ud Up.
SFort Pier Hotel F M Tyler, MmaWe
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Specialties of the


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Company


Our


ARMOUR'S


Daily Market
Quotations.


The National Biscuit C


Star Hams and Bacon


Simon Pure Lard in Pails


PET


BRAND


Evaporated Milk


HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,
HIGHLAND, ILLINOIS.


Put up in the following sizes


FAMILY
lOc, 90c dozen
S3.50 case


TALL
lOc straight
S4.35 case


HOTEL
20c
S4.25 case


Armour Star Ham .. .. .. lb. 20c
Ferris' Bacon .. ......... 55c
1 Armour's Simon Pure Lard in
Pai-s, 3 lbs. 65c.; 5 Ibs. $1.00
10 Ibs. $2.00
Pride Oleo, in rolls ........ ..30c
N. Y. State Cream Cheese 25c
Swiss Cheese ..... ........ 40c
New Potatoes ...... per peck, 40c
English Wai,-uts. rew crop-lb..20c
Brazils. re. crop- .. .. Ib.. .20c
Almord3. ney, c,"p -. ....b. .25c
Mixea Nuts ... ..............20c


.60c


Seec R~., ~. 3~ b.. f~25c


Curw'.'s


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Unsurpassed in Purity


S All data proves this water to be quite free from Organic minute.
5c healthfu!, palatable drinking water and one admirably admo


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domestic and general purposes.


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Contains No


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12 bottles
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Teas


Letti'-e. Ra.;s es, Cree -:o-s.
T ;", *. ,s. Ee-:: .P3 ,s-ey. V i, ,t.
C,."- r S.a a c 7'Ct'
pi*-^.,. IQ a"d !5c each


C -~'~e- es


') 2f~r2c


Scudder's


CALL AND SEE CUR LARGE VAR-
IETY OF FRESH VEGETABLES.

TETLEY'S TEAS--


Maple


A HIGH CLASS

PRODUCT.....


ORANGE PEKOE
INDIA and CEYLON
FORMOSA OOLONG
MIXED.


If you're a lover of fine Teas you'll
enjoy the delicate and refined fra-
grance of these delicious Teas.


PUT UP IN PACKAGES SO AS
TO RETAIN THEIR FLAVOR.


Puri-Tan-Ated Brand Col
Contains only the finest& grades of
Coffees purified by a process thai
increases and retains its essential


qualities.


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040


Quarter Pound Packages


15c


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THE


DAILY


NEWS


JOB


PRINTING


DEPARTME


OUR


Cakes and Crackers


ALL


BABY
5c, 6 for 25c


$3.00 per case of
60 cents allowed


bofttes and case when returned


WELCH'S


GRAPE


JUICE


From Choicest Concord


Grapes.


In'Half3Pints, Pints and Quarts.


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Pi dMot It Vit be blown.
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-a iver make it known.


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blow your horn;


proper business caper,
Sthe very best way

leow it through this paper.




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tona


I im which to spend tfie winter


Daytona is known the


n rthe Prettiest Resort in

The Beauty of the City is as

of the Universe left It.


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, -i wit g tf -4mt.m wt a aiflia p var w
W"S. It ma be maUng or rburten
US SOl. beiWtna or unbeuding fine .,r
havy weatber canvas. quartng In wt
blmack up the yard, tacking or wear-
.tn ship. and, no matter what the la-
bor. one always bad the satisfaction of
seeing the result The speed and sail-
Ing qualities of a vessel were thing,*
that could be dimsc-ussed with interest
as well as the length of passage. In
bad weather, when excitement ray
high and cursing was considered quite
in order, struggling up aloft with wet
or frozen canvas-one hand for the
ship and the other for yourself-oon a
dark. dirty night put a man on his met
tie, and should the foresail be handled
or the main topsail settled and the cry
of "Splice the main brace!" be beard-
well, one felt at peace with the world.
In the tropics catching sharks, har-
pooning dolphins and porpoises. sing-
ing. dancing, telling yarns and read-
ing over old love letters are diversions
not easily forgotten by those who have
experienced them. Being becalmed in
the tropics on a beautiful moonlight
night brought home to one the beau-
ties and wonders of nature and the ex-
istence of a God with whom one felt
in closer touch on such nights aa those.
-A British Marine Officer in AUantic.

Slightly Acquainted.
As i : i insttzi e of tihe "iiiarryinl ini
haste" princijpe that olitains inI StIme
American ,.itics alI EnIiish lady I\0ho
visited ('hic;:<>i relates h,,w tier iiaid.
who accolmpallied her. quickly beta ie
Imbued l vwithl thie desire to,) become Mrs.
Soinel odIy.
O)neI lnisring '-he apIeared before
her mistress and, with glowing eyes.
announced that she had lnaned the
day and would become a wife at the
end of the week.
"Are you going tick ltoie, thoen?"
the lady asked.
S"Oh. no. mna'am; it's an American
gentleman," replied the maid.
"But," remonstrated her mistress,
"we've only been here a fortnight."
"That's no matter. He wants the
wedding to be on Saturday."
"Well. can't you get him to postpone
the marrtAge Just a little till i can get
another maid?'.
"WeD, ma'am, I'd like to oblige you:
but. you see. 1 don't feel well enough
acquainted to ask him to do that."-
London Answers.

A Mean Trick.
"Talking of meun tricks," said the
big manu, "there was Ballantlne. This
man Ballantlne came in late to a song
recital at P'alm Bach, nand there wasn't
a vacant seat In the house.
"Ballantine noticed Mrs. Jerome
Blank. Mrs. Jerome Blank, he knew.
had a very handsome husband that she
kept a strict watch over. She didn't
like hmuim to asociate with any of the
fair sex
"Bzill:ilt le. edtrgilmg mear to Mrs.
llani'. \v, 1 S; i ex ehellit se;at, said
in :t i i d *, '., I, t'I'ic l4 ;
"*\\'i,,, \, t- ', t 'I e 'ri, ouSly p Q''rtY
i gir l I ^. i', .*'* i ,' l'~l~in tanlk tin g t ,_ ,*>

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. c o i it',,F ,' .i ; ^ : *,'!" 'li;i "X --- I I-.


A Curious Experience.


Drink .Lil ..W.. "t
Drink Lily Wae


low UwI UWtAm
^'^*- am -M 14fte Swum Jo
mi-awi t afe ofl~~m bread I tbe
19te wttk a adwe that et the canary
In thOSilt eqs overhead ehrping mer-
Iy-'EtheML I have mwmetbing to ty
ft ym."
They had been married only four
weeks, and the time bad not arrived
When she did all the saying.
"Do you remember the dvj o0 whirh
I prooeed to your
"Yes," she replied. "I will never for-
Btea t- !
"Do you remember.", bfvent on as.
he abstractedly drilled & aole in tOe
loaf with the point of a aVrving knife.
"how when 1 rang the bell you came
to the door with your fingers sricky
with dough-and said you thought it
"was your little brother who wanted to
get in?"'
"Yes."*
"Oh. Ethel: How could yon? How
could your
"How could I what?' she responded
as a guilty look crept Into ter face.
"How could you make me the victim
of such a swindle?"

It Was Mistaken Charity.
The athletic girl had been out toIn the
woods taking pictures, and at evening
she started for the car. wearily luv-
ging the camera and tripod. The cars
were thronged with workmen return-
ing to their homes, and ste tridl i,
wait some time before there came ie
with even standing room iui4d. She
pushed her way across the pi!:itfrmn
and just Inside the doorway. The leh-
of the tripod rested on tr t e, ;'t a tier
side, and she was trying to brace her-
self against the door when ia woman
who had been sirtin, i:i the corner
suddenly rose from bher seat and geon-
tly but firmly pushed the young w,-
man into it. with the remark. "Now
you sit right there, you poor thing'"
The girl remained seated passively
and looked puzzled for a moment.
Then a dull flush covered her face.
"How awful." she thought "That wo-
man saw the tripod legs and thought
they were crutches. She thinks I'm
lame." Then she shrank back in the
seat and tried not to show her face.-
Exchange.

The Nervo of a Boy.
"Speaking of the nerve displayed by
smaUll boys." said a man who had a
trip through the southwest "'reminds
me of an incident that occurred in the
Santa Ana mountains, in southern
California. An eleven-year-old boy. a
member of a family making their way
to the coast, left the camp early one
morning to stalk deer. He found
tracks and had followed them until he
was five or six miles from camp. In
reaching up on a rock he disturbed a
huge rattlesnake that was sunning
himself, and the snake without warn-
ing struck, wounding the boy OD the
middle finger of his right hand. Know-
ing that unless prompt action was tak-
en the wound would prove fatal, the
"youth placed the tiliier o,\er the tin/.-
zle of the gun and miuhte1 ,h.' triggz'r.
Makig a ligature ;tto\'e the w\\'oind ti
stop the tnow of t4,xAl, he klihed the-
snake and walked t*;ick to 'aiup. x,\\;n rt
he fainted. ''h..- tii;!,f n v;s tio\\i; ,*d
close to his Ian d. t,:r t. i' o -f il "-
Exchab ge.


Water.


Highly


recommended by

Physicians for

Kidney Ailments.


Full stock Electric Irons, Coffee Percolators, Toasters,

Griddles, Chafing Dishes, Fans and Warnin Pads.


I THE SCHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE and


WATER COMPANY.


U


WE CONFESSS


We admit it frankly the Merchants Bank wants your business. But we a,
can assure you that in return for your business, this bank eot oely *ears a a ame
which we believe almost perfect, but unquestioned security for every dollar i= -'E
ed to our care.
In cold, unassuming.fitures,,ere is our guarantee to every depositor rejards
less of the amount he may have in this bank.


Capital


* .


Surplus and Profits .
Stockholders.Liability


S$100,000.00
50,000.00


p 1005000.00

Total, $250,000.00


$250.000. That amount stands between your deposit aMd
any possible loss.
We repeat: This bank wants your bvisies.


Merchants Bank


, Branch of Volusia County Bank)


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


Daytona, Florida


SBedding. Bedding.


Wool and Cotton Blankets. Medium and High Grade

Comforts, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Spreads, &c. a

...at..


*BINGHAM & MALEY CO.

FURNITURE EMPORIUM
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SOMETHING NEW
g US

Electric.....


Fire Places

SOn Exhibition at Gruber-
SMorris Hardware Store.


When in need of -

SHigh Class Wines and
LIQUORS

SWrite for Price List to the
oldest and largest house in
Florida. .
0 Hotel, Club and Fine
S Family Trade our
Specialty.
A0W? 4


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A Pure Driukin


Not Appreciated.
Apropos of the .. tit,- 1 iW1untI t. in the mind's of lv~un,-~Itcx -
that a man can o,,i!Ytwe lilttifl ig 1j 'I.,,
parliament' hinordter t. btter i:~t
onewa(r anotortlit--tht! ni that a
flee has to be1N1 tidt. !1 h'. *-rwinl~djl
there is the -plseeicl2th--t x ~ii;sd-' t.
Sir Richard I'emrtW ~h'Ld e
Poste hastte frlK-] his tiui- l:
arriving.. after hitii-'u' I --'It4-tL h

folluxviin.- eUC-, t-' I i t N. -

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ernor oft-New \9.rk :LAkeI iW i~n.'1-
Whitniey's :r34 e i% 'Ais Is t 1Lf f.?tx0i1
'4O-f course o.'n ouglit t,, run.. NI1. t 1,
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S-RICKS CO.


Slmowr, "w W

n ofethdms but on wgmM
Ow goods cot ue and what
It ooet to poee of them.


Brekfat ,Strips,
Silver Skin" Onions,


0 23c lb.


5c Qt.


Sheppard's Grocery


*N. Ba t


'Phone 119.


*ry, tita ?


BARMES 1
Will also t,.ranmw PMeM, ax
youe lamps afdljrmellSsa h Aarpoa *
your Naws and a 1'.Ia and rMpSIY
inost anything that .I out of whack 3
I ct for any want fl'on
BARNES I
THE NOVELTY MAN
0 South Beach Street, Daytona, via. 3
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CRYSTAL

THEATRE

MOTION PICTURES

Op= EverDay Dat 3:00 p. m.

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DAYTONA

OPERA

MOUSE

TONIGHT
Oh You Laugh Hungry!
Richard & Pringle's
FAMOUS GEORGIA

MINSTRELS
Are Comia to Town Headed by
CLAWfNCE PWPLiL BI KING
The Bea Brumels of Comedy,
AND 40 OTHERS

A Revelation in Ministrelsy
Oh You're Bound to Laugh!
BIG STREET PARADE AT NOON

Seats on Sale at Hankins'
Drut Store.

Dauce every Tuesday miht.



INIiAN RIVER" ORANGES
You a renited to viit my troves,
Ma -d1"fte Packit House, and
the au _-_s fruit and how it uis
bilned. Your orders solicited
*pcul atteflo given to iiNg orders
by the hr bxmfot.
MUNROE GROVES,
George H. Munroe.


Mrs. George S. Brown and daughter
Miss Jessie, returned Tuesday night
from Jacksonville, where they had
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Guiy S.
Brown on their way north.


**FOR SALE-Motorcycle. Wi
tandem attachment. 343 N. Beach.
'2-22t


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S J. P. Hawley and her sister,
i. 0. Wlsh, left Tuesday afternoon Mrs. E.. I' ntermann. of Bro,,klyn.
t Tampa, for a two or three weeks N. Y., arrived Tuesday a fternuon
Ot with Misses Josephine and Eva troni Palm Beach, for a few days'
y ~ previous to Mrs Walss visit %ith .'ohn Kolle and family, at
W AY, previous to Mrs r\Vi'alsh's L 'I "- d e..
kiva north ;1. ;.r *iir r holl, on Set-ond ad nue.
morth ~~~i a nue


Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Pollard, %ho.
bO bgen making their home in Se-,
Vo Wash.. for some time. are ex-
Bin Daytona the latter part of
IW week. Mrs. Pollard is a dauch-
Air o Mr. and Mrs. Win. Stiling.


Pkoa~e 28 will call for your clean-
;tll and pressing. 0. S. Burnett. tf
i
Mr and Mrs. Edmund Miller. cor-
" dk of Panlmattr sand (,tX-.r r.., n-


*Launch for sale at a bargain. 3,0
by 7, with S h. p. engine. P. 0. Box
."7. Daytona. d'6-tf

II. T. M. I ella'n ha.Is aI t ii.s rhoie ,o
N,"ri'.; I.:d- '.\.oOd avenue. a e:r. h~t'!ui-
omin- l.lbrary table 4h .. ti rl.e.'c :tl
S .t':ted at lis noit \\, vk- ; '!"
. o, n --. Ti-e t.ii'- .- or :...- :i
p.iilt';2! :. 1>, illit.le '" si-l y-'ted -,.:'1,,\
0 :;-, <;::i !,.,i, k ^ y;:\--ss, s h. i .i .i- o ii, -
:i t ,i _- .. .,-r "*** *1.: ,, .. .


LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
1:12 today; 1:50 tomorrow.

THE WEATHER.
SFor Eastern Florida-Rain tOight
or Thursday; colder in north portion;
moderate northeast and east winds.

Mrs*. G. H. Ludwig returned yes-
Sterday afternoon from Palm each.

John Y. Detwilvr is in the cLty tn-
day trom New Smiyr ;a. ... L') .t-', r
(ami' upp fro:em New Si"yrta (A;ri Oli
of th U 2 lorn.ill ti'ini-s a d ii,.,. '' a
until tulin. i ou.
(. M ~. a. ~ :'' !.* -;'J ;

lMagazizne, ilsd a: I \
.,' in DaytolI~ l t:.ls, 2 :' ?K ..ir.: ::.
;m erly resid*ed in Liaciy .';i.: ah,_i 1. :*,
Imalny frievum he:',. lie I- -ov ,"
1ishi1L an ni)-to-dai : m a .i -
voted to the i'.teres:s O Flord .
publication that :is do.i u t (
"boosting" for Florida.


**Ftunab-,ut Auto or' sale cheap.
Apply this office. 213-1 2t

Thol- Ambrose and Mrs. May Hulse,
who came south with Clarence Merwin
and party iit November and have beEa
with Mr. amd Mrs. Merwin on South
Ridgewood avenue during the winter.
left Saturday to sail from Jackson-
ville by the Clyde Line Monday, on
their return to Wallkill, N. Y. Mr.
Ambrose was employed while here,
at the Van Orsdall grocery.

**\WANTED Two experienced
whitE" waitresses to finish season in
St. Augustine. Good wages. Ad-
ress The Barcelona. 23--t '
Lyle Lyman. thro""'gh a con'ersa-
tion with thie Lymnan brothers, recent-
ly appearin.g here in musical comedy
concluded that they must be related,
as thK name is not a conioion one,
and with their eonse-n1 an agreement
to lovk into the ia tte". IL. (G. Lv-
I; an has v.tteK i to the yoi,; g men.
il an endeali o es t:a',I rlie re-
!:, ti.o ii.sliii .
1 i;
*"For Rent. ""Furnished Rooms,"
"For Hire" and *Table Board" 'pla-
cards at the Daily News office, tf


tPe p... -kde v 1. rd ~ f ol111o W-


S r, a o r e mai ro t: I

w Snv ri, 2I~h~~ ~ er Cad-
ilac baby toln ean: Dr. ('has.z X
Xi lki Ja,,ksonvil le, 2:Ai sepwe r


CELEBRATION ON THE BEACH
OF MINNESOTA DAY.
'1 ,: 2.:,::'. ... : h dy s-.: .-. .. d fur "
" '. "* l 'a : ,;. I .i -_ .: .- : : ; f .\ I ln n -
t'A.
,. ,:a i t -'p- V Ue:t-'.*t." i't ..'ir-;t "a re ,
'. h t. Sty j,,.; :' : *- .:: I 1^ .':. o,) .
, :>. :n:t?.
A .\ ^ t ; ( d : : i : ;v L >. : \ ; .- .- i t -
*"- ',y ... i \ : : \" .ll ,. .^ ., [h
'T v ;h t L .r .^ ^ .. ., ,. } "ri; ', r.^ t


ELKS CHARITY BALL
WAS WELL ATTENDED.
The second of the series of char-
ity balls tendered by the local lodge
of Elks took place at the Prince
George Hotel last evening and was
one of thie most largely attended af-
fairs of the kind ever held in Day-
tcna. Fully 10" couples were present.
The high-ciass minusic by the P2;':.'
George orchestra was the subject d
in.1.. cOlfl!Lie it atnd t-every 1,,. e n.-r on
ti e [rogran,, \\a. e,
:',, d lm n -2 Fr.:. ;:" the i.. ,; ia.

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:'.. .. :. ..o / t', ;; .- : !" r ..o ;: > s- ^ '
', t! >, [ -" ., l L'.i S -
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:, .iJ 21 n-. t:: -^ -' ':'i K d ~ -


t
*.EC-RDED RAINFALL
OF LAST WEEK


.J. G. oru'v n i-; t a r-ecord of tihe
rI.flfil Lf lask: xve-k and siys it a-
'iounted in a'l to four inches nearlyI
t! ree of %\ which fell during Friday,1
Saturday and Sunday. and the bal-I
ance, something over an inch in the
shower of the forepart of the week
J. M. Ca!'son also noted the amount
cf water that fell the latter part of the
week and placed it at two and three-
quarter inches, which tallied closely
with Mr. Prown's report.
Though it made very disagreeable
weather, the rain was really needed,
coming after a quite extended dry
-pell

AN INTERNATIONAL
MARRIAGE OF INTEREST.


NEW YORK, Feb. '3-An interna-
tiona" romance reached its culmina-
tion today in the cereimoniy in the,
Lady' Chapel of St. Patrick's Cath-
edral which made Miss Marie Louise
Luogan, daughter of Mrs. John A. Lo-{
gan.. Jr. and granddaughter of the late
Gen. .John A. Logan. the bride of
A.utis. Henli dle Sincay. of Brussels.'
qelgiu.u. Archlbishop Fart-ley ofIcI',-!
Mt:-d at tlht ceremony. wIhich tolk
'-i :... ... .. p:-es h(.*t e iL a i.,'tabl-
- Lip;)aH ,i SOt'elV people. 1'(IlloA-
n, r..e ce:-t uio0y a wedding breakfast
-. ,- ". at the ih('nit- '" .M: s. J o.
\ I, ,.t'; ::. \\2 -t F :r-v-si:\tI, ": .et .


WHY SALVES FAIL
TO CURE


ECZEMA.


Scientists are now agreed that the
eczema germs are lodged not in the
outer skin or epidermis, but in the
inner skin, hence a penetrating liquid
is required, not an outward salve that
clogs the pores.
We recommend to all eczema pa-j
tients. the standard prescription Oil
of Wintergreen as compounded in,
liquid form known as D. D. D. Pres-
cript-on. A trial bottle of this D. D.
D. Prescription, at only 25 cents, will
instantly relieve the itch. We have
so:d and recommended this remedy
fo- yea-s. and know of wonderful
cu-es form its use. We recommend
it to ou- patrorts. Atwood's Phar.
m acv,


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Sis.


FOSTER


(-;roeeri'-4 at City Prit~es. Launch gupp lis.wx CANNy is
STOP OVER and ir.roy the FisH Ivwo.w a ext
INDIAN RIVER3W


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Hotel Despland Barber Shop and
HAIR DRESSING PARLORS
Miss Fairbanks
Specialist in Ladies' Hair Dressig, Maui-
curiag, Electrical Facial Massate and Surgi-
cal Chirpdy.
Work Ion, at R..-sid-n-,, lv Appoltmn. "xn i
"I-l'I- phone 5.'" |.


H. T. McCLELLAN


M.ali>ufactur- r of
WINDOW and DOOR FRAMES and WINDOW
and DOOR SCREENS, Missioa Fuiture.
Turajag, ScroA Sawmt, etc.
North Ridtewood Ave. Pbone 123


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THE NEW STEAMER wN, Kt..i aLt ]

"FLORIDIAN" .--
Will leave Gille's Dock for Clar
The Tomoka Every Mornint. V--
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