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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
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Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: January 5, 1907
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
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Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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ORMOND-DAYTONA ISriitxtiM.Intwecu:HITII I\) !'',) flIUDA J\N.std l.'.-,IUI.I. CRUEL CANARD ON ,; THE DEFORMED" :I OFF FOR OR\OND., MAYOR\ GREENE I THEREWILL'B ,; I :


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,. BEACH RACES. No I" =1'en miles, }.t.
t ( la5s. iiiiditir .iwu,'rs, to dm iNo '. : : 1' J

,. a '* '+ .. I l'. .ri\c' imlc 101:11'1111I| : ,till I.I r r. p. I A A A I II P.P r. r'tK 1

5portingu rdta Speculatingssto What I touring cari-uet-uiud' to ';irr>' four nlI \ Country man and \\ilo Vl-ilm I ;' l'a fathered u s AndtuMrntgcenl watch I !' New fork I'nrlx ;sow Ul/inJ) the11'al N ill Stand for Rc-clectinn as Mayor Ihe City COUIHIotes! to Oh e a hixe

; mute' 11.i.H."airo.: lMc.1 . +. Records \\ill Be Ala'deProgram: I I No .0-leii miles. handiiap, illluvo l I.dkare "Ignorant' nl" time I C isbbcri-htrugin. Is I I'lunintiuislv' i Runt Uothain ti ftI InUcityi ) of he( enl of Pay tuna Other I Year Contract for. Stree Light

:of HvenU to lake. Plate. I''l of tourtm ,!:ir.. \ alue of $10,00" I tabooed h>. Congress.. I in a Bij lourlaj Car. (News of Ue lln. ing at $90 per Light. xti
-Y.
With.the fifth annual Urmond.Day No. :!M-One iiuudnd'uiili-, -t;in.hue \ Palatka Times-Inioii coire-iondtnt| Pie-ldtlit Koeisevtlt Will now- withdraw I A part}of New York auto enthusiasts On Wednesday, the 13th of February, The City. Council held a special meet '

L i' ton automobile tournament only a little start, all classes for the Minneapolis international perpetrates the following' :; canard ono' his, : simplifiedpeliitig order to the i- II"\jjjj uie way from that city to attend oeeurs the annual city elections yet ing the last evening o the old year, and

more than three weeks distant. it is \\orld Chamoiouship. trophy. lusi county {jjei.pie who} iit..1 1 thaI fI.lt'I&t pubh prihtir and hereafter' all docuriicrlits the fifth annual Orm
now the big evt-iit t.r mtere-t m the Present holder S. ILdgt; l..mlo\, "" landing on lime 't. Johtimerie I / from the/ .' a \e note .I l"|-ialtii.flit, 1ksmhra-e-thatmcft.r/ this m.nth.IUd "tkt. and i is hard to t.1 just what the Adam Schantz Estate for lighting the

,; -porting world. Fngliu.J Tlaecuputu-tlewon twicetotbtant i eently If uth' an uinr.ver u*.k will a! ana I IAprmited' mtheold fashioned should I t.fY "impale the juriery.) m line-up will be city streets.for the ensuing five years at .+ =

'i Motoring I cm'les ID the north and east ; permanict |)y.;;--i.iii incase place the pall i..- must liiil fern t'iciuity /... style Ihe pre-idil.t did 1 li..t Wl-h to the convex'nine in which they started MayoHireene( informs t.t Gazette- the rate of fH per arc light. .

+ a are alive with intf'rt''t. and .all manner i the number contestants *'meeedssic \ ..f |.1.01..1| | amt I WM f..liner I have -1..II.ul| torhad"w matter ..f from Nexvotk -a big touring rat- New-. that' at the solicitation of .numerous After the council had been called t"order -.e

,' of bets:are being made as to how records the ears willl be started one minute subribers to I I.'. iMuml..Mi'nury. great nni>.rt:line and .''p.'S..1| a xxilllioness :i grind) reeipti<.n \\i no d mbt lie ai.- fuend* lie has Hided tl stand for Alderman Jibb moved t reconsider i

1' for speed Rill\\ stand when} the corning ap' rt and the' winner wnl be ti-rnuned Everybody h reaioutknow) the valueof to rexoke Iiruler for the new corded them "n their arrival in our I reelection..Ilderman I the motion which 1I'I killed at the previous

? ., meet is o\' r. Thus far each tournament -:by time instead of by position rnd If Samuel's promises to pay| md method) of -M.ihiig in ease thehou-ecif nud-t Thp ..tatt and the plans of the I 'I..r will not '1l raVirii-- meeting Aldermen StQlman ob

t has seen previous records broken, SIXTH DAY SATURDAY, :ft don't hive to go to Pilitki to line: repreberititixe-H! ,should go on lecord asrpio4d g..ntlll.n1.0 ire .undertaking thejourney date for re.elet"t ion, en he says. ; jetted to thisfjrtheMa.4on that Alderman -

'' but the phenomenal'time made lostyear: To finch at Ormojd. them (counted: | to they tem. AccordinglyMr are dew.riiNl bv John C.\\et-I The present city clerk will not 1 lie a Jibb had foterfon the Afrtve.Ir. > .

notably m.lht' 100-mile event, the Stanley No 2.1-Two hundreil miles, standingstart ".\n unusual and |>ee iihar t thing h ip- I I.iinlis. mtroiiccd the fAllouini I reoluthin mcire m theew fork I Et xenuiK Mill e'1 lid id it e for re.i.let.ti"n.t Jibb statedVtfiat the eunC'il had no 3

stfiamer's mile, and Demogeot wonderful International, all classest; petted<< here one day la-t we-ek :\ countryman in time hotieHeNolxed : XX llO slXsn : I A. Mel'. Port-r the present city eml-! rules of proceedure, hence he thought he

) driving in the two-mile-a-mmute least six entries end four starter- or no Ins wife md several iluldicn That it'I- the "11-u' ..f the I ".\ automobile with a bnxe: bundief lector is un.Jee'ided l ato< whether he might make sutVa motion .MdermanShllnintberf

", t contest, ha<. led even the most ardent race Outturn at five! miles: and even stepped into CUT: '- groerrvt..ie,:md the I..u".f rq'lf'hlat\f| Out hereattu'r motor ear pioti**'rs alMianiipoundingj will lie a 'andi,I tte for re election I withdrew hit objection.

n devotes of ;the god of t t<> IC- fifteen miles tlw"'aftc. In case the man told Mr. <;say tint In hl.IIIIII'J.'I l ; ill pre-e.titing' r"IM.tt| d.wuiiwut- ..r i its w:iy' toil iy' :IK iin-t the n'v' blasts t over miV liepossibh' lint In. will a..pir to and the motion ('ariNI

lie\e that the limit his l been reached. number otcontestantsexetk; six, the of {p.i jx-r iniitiey In Wl-hdl} to deposit other publications. autltonzc-d by tau. I fro/i ruts tow ird the -unnvoutlit:md. the clerkship The original question was then \'ute :.-

V YcL Motoring Morgan (-aj tins year Cars will lie started) one minute apart, with the grocer for -afe keeping, a.h ordind by rrmugrrss. .or> tiller branch. : The sturdy ear :md its gallant ('Iewarf' Mderiuan Clark is uudecSded. but on by roll call Aldermen Sullman,

'. is to- aad the winner will be determined bj I o'aziltg the from the frozen ckicrvri think he will be candidate Carroll and Moore voted "Xo and Al-
going bring CA in greater surprises said his Ighbor-Jiad; .l found! out lie hilt! thcredmar emanating fremi the executive way inetropIH > a ,

New records are to be tried for, and time instead of position XFOIOl.n1ox. it in the house. and be x\is afni"! of r..l>- dipirtment-s. their f bureaus trI | to 1 lorida that lotur.t to come' \Iderinan Jibb says the same dermen Jibb, Foye and Howard voted

f t though: tIielitof. machines entered and GENERAL ) l*>ry'. t I br me In. .s, and imieieu'ndi'tit mitrere i.f [, may have :i route I Ilid out for tlie in to Aldermen Howard I and Carroll are "yes. This left : tie and President

I thenftmesof the men who will drive The exact time of starting cacti event r the. 'mine'nt print- I la winter touring ground 'neithutnmi'r lioldmr alol'rUt'n. their t'rl of office Clark cast the deciding vote in the
gnxc
:\Ir. Gay adi Mil him Input it in the tll'I\'rDIII'lt.
them have not jet been announced the will depend<< on the tide and condition of olfieehould and kusThe hardy voxiser.motor not ppirinJ until un' ).t'l: hence affirmative
bank but IK Ii-lined, The ing .h..c'l'c wl.rfl.
man rvquiMed -
Wiset4'res posltnely t-tate that newi the }ach. Time course will lie at It'u.tfirtl'en the : of I have aheal of (them l"m'luft| of rugged Alderman Stillman positively Mites ---- ---
.t.It,1 prtxrilndin
1 I ii marks\ will lie <*'t thi! ).t'ar. miles long, nnlllt low tide i" 11)0) Mr Cay: t. upeim| the |Ni-kage ; aei .rtl"lrapIIY| of the his and ingulfing sands anal l the, that lie will uwt l>e candidtte at the
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ide and count t the money I He leuuad'to his g"II.raly .f.I..I'li.i.nrif. 1 ANT lap ASS LAW
yards w ,
fording i f navy rinr. coning elect Ion; .
is
surprise. t2'ttKi! () in.Id, fad..1 l fire. ten Faagb. Imu.e.::
RC1)IQR TILE TOntX.IF.XT.!
The dc 1 rk uC the course will designate j '' Owemif hicago, stirtcd) C.-o. F. Smith will lie a forir
mil 1 fifty "1.VI Ia' gre-e'nbsMfcsTin I Theme} pit<-cd' xxithout adlsMiitiug 1.11,1 I f'anci.lte '
IN "lrl'I
an era Insure at wludi contestants an to .
The beach : ? C..hnllll'inle l) ml'r21 at 11oeliKka rl Htion ;(4 a",cvsorHOLLY. NOW IN EFFECT.
Ormond-Daytona itsuvuali.puuul
is in although Mr <> trI I
a:<-cmblell couiietitors| must |I.Kit OIllIIIJ whim was as is iorant "utf il'' .in m aT< -lior ciowerOldiiiobill .
{ ]i condition s and ne\rrlx- :M+smehiMttwho; intl a light f..r | I ...
amid aIwr Illiquid' i
the lead IItirlrnmioutes 'illlpl-ruill.II..1 .
Im'sigaitel it t
pi u-e i *
to
fore Lao this, famous hccdwa| a>', tetognizeil Ix.f"r<' the tiiiK II <' ivnit ill'hi..h iiidcdr: ] (:..t a |>HTuf x.IUt\v pager "siniplitieilidlins| i II'fur the boil-e I I Ita(4(1.::i pitlitiniliitpniii I..acia. With& linn tIOrll..ul.were .\tnlx I HILL. I ;
as tin l last and :.ife t in the I .. Las The Bill Became Law
f ( "is.gpmprialiaaa-1 | Hepburn a
I \\ They are intirtd i i- -thetluliil to :and :t.J..llli"} t t mad it, and l h'III.I'r ..lth. if .\kroii. it., a '"I'II\lt'. :mdi .1I I Lat
I a'orlJhecn: \,111.
I hi for bittleof the '
of vcedflic MI. .H ,tall lima rule will to I -.1 rid I.)' MifoniilHit whether. it wi '::'MMI| or not II w;i- 1..1 nf:irdisl i- ti.-. 'h.iin|>ioti .r the i l.'o: !.tnd I..>rin.ilk.. i.f :'punier .\\\ iHa I' t' A. itoiildhis -citintl a |11t'-II'J aearetikerif i .Monday at Midnight-Its Pro-
giants
: | l.tiind U. onler thin I ntl'il l I"re'i.kfl"ati"." \plaincil tint: I..It 'Inn at llolic
{ to a
r I III!:ll heals of Illildliaps heat ll an m ; | I ,1 \\ .rkof Akron.t property)
"bat lie of the (towir-, which : for *: worth.4. l net t \,,.1'I gixi' tin ifuj>n:" HHI that 11..t"rII"'r. 10-,1 oii'Kl md ti least for that i xislons Are Strkt.Citien .
l hnmdieaplNd| if in tin' OJM'tuns of the ite-sgoxirmiieiil VMl j''Jin join the |patrly btfoti itetlii I tI"'t.|
i; iHiugarrtngcd.tan: lie fought out uiiihr handuappi my 'IIIIIe: :!; I idi.,..irnbli.. est llc )pum 1m.1-'ml il'inns:: time late < i\-il .had ciiaiificil! I his ulaai.h.| Mr. C.ill; .lt i r'II'rt.. :Ma.-on"i :md pi KI. with Ins f imily t'Mly, vr t..murrw. I ..C the I uilcd "state's:' whose ,

L', the -"('st |io-iMblc conditions. Meant, All (.mutestula il' i (MII \uiti, will Usubjitt war for tin "-.. of thin( I"lIi..uli'r.- -mint I heiwtlf. h"u-'' was "Xi'rwliebnmglx l-".'flic p;ithfiiidi. rs n' Ilionll"liexl Phil.i,Mjie-ia \ ;Mr. (:uI1m.\lt'I tin trip to lb.be :.nnd I wont it has been in the pt to trI

c ,, gasoline and c1t't"tridt will be used to \\itlitln. 'rnitl md the icim-t,t 11M innov.t and rval-e- aturd to ,-. with the of transcontinental iI i-
t > wii:;hitiK:; and ,'\:tiiiin:itimi Ixfon ;HI intejvM : ;. in the lixl set out the next : :ty 'n..ul owner I jouMt. lung-
f do battle this the hard cool and .. f''i/ .
year on In Uinisl t its wijf
smooth Ormond-D In-aoh sandsand anal I after SUIIIM'ting .principal. isnlur: with tit*' ca-Im they 'l'I'rtl.| ; I remrnhag over the prop,-('IIH'! '; A..1. .\. the, pr"|n'rty amid make necessary ar I tancc summer exuursiOns through the

:ijt.ma In or.lcr! lobe eligible.:;; for r i-ord trials. had 1 on II..iiI"| '*- ''nat time tune. trey I'lormix'dI.'lling) | ; ./ attempted to tour route huh carry them rangementand turned Monday to mumfie-ence of railfX" officials Will hereafter -

\. ; wilh the rivalry as keen as it is, cars unit be tntinil m, two or more pos.eed Upw:irdif; '! 10INNI, :su .hmonumental Ije put into iirictH-e! bv the pm thralrgh the \hf'IThdlI..y! "i and |>:i-t pa.k hit lioUM-liol-l gui>iU l and preparefor I 11 to ei>nent themselves with s.
will be sacrificed for the sake
r everything, eesHtndoiiu. !ignorance- ha- fill |Il\r/I.1/ I thronghlheihflumtieenf ..n.h,. Kf..pf'. time GetJ I"I; and \ntictim bittle- the rt'I'J"al of lib fimily. J will shorter trips, pay railroad fire or stay
nf
w ) tkiaganewrecord. l'ngnn"lp"'hml'lIt ierti'nail's in thi-Mitidii. They lusilel.it. isearnedfrom | during the, m-ena c>f ...n rt. and l greiur.ds>to :'t.mntona. !'IP with J..H' re'>cr,.t bled their lirgecirdecf I at home
Entries will close with 'Scnaator" W.
a ( willi... owar.I..1 to each eontetantiri \olii-n ee'nmmty.: .ulli.dortimenifrom the; ex'cutixedepartments fritodswiiit'idadiwaloMr.i'auld l i The Hepburn anti-p.'si law, prohibit
J. Morgan: Saturday January, I 1. "i"r..r thi1Nint .... will havethe
on ,
e the time trial, otiuulh certifying ; wen' |.fi.r In this el"'- t..y and! iris familx. I ing all .sorts of railroad parses except
mil 1907 it Bretton Hall Nework. 'Ihelist '1,1'.r two rotites tl J.snn"m",
the time made by the recipient I f.rm"1IIa '. l', .( l.a\1 Misses limy and ('arrie r\JI.t will I among officiil-, went into effect Monday
"I 7 \\ooer the gatet" Flod I .11 One i is the I
( of cars and driven will be {IIULli..IiC'd A Jealous Colored Rash Act. been m along
TilE ENTIUE HE< pi inng on eongreivcrime Ii'uxeto'liy or t.n..rrC..r their, re- at midnight. From that time on it i
H'IHF.H. coa-t I by' of CoIttBilnJugilta ,
thereafter until that
immediately but Four entries will be required in in arlton \\'til:if.. a "pmtc
1 1 uje no official announn'm<'n t oner event of which three mabe I"'MIII. In- hid a elukvweeth'irt who faction of tlaei.ou-e as we II a' iii--t|!l i.f al.1Un.I. to .tMr I -... cases i made by. the railroads of the east
r''luir..1| furt'icr mlmii via knnetiiletlmaltatmme'-I
ing those who will drive in thec-ontests to -tart No second prize !I... CP" 'nunliss rcM- in the :Midwaxubuih\ of Pt>- the general pwUii, \.:result tin eox Mr-. I. .\. Carter nturnetl fret Se'a- I and west agam-t the law, but the railway -
ill he de. ) may ga.Itotm'G.t..ltlanta. Mai 'm, Trft in. I
w m 'tour -' ar1. ton Imring: ; time r"nrUlt -and* ndi'ariiix I rnim nt painting -. areMrs.{ f'. S. II.irris magnateof the south \\'i remain
: metal "
( ,' c Rumors are iuaii>, however amid a >?:ntriiits in ":&me..f Marie The, eoiirw .& trne J love ':'fuim- sprflitmgtime oM II.tblw for Ji-I<< 1..Ip Ciy.I jmrimiNi her daughter, //ili.ih( at F. .\. neutral and watch the outcome a
events for
t : : touring marsmust I .
fi numlier of manufacturers have positue- om n-ss and the elm ferrmal l 'tlHnl I 1 nmi \ugii-tinethen' will indeed I :Mann's There will lie
tin few
N itl"'l with dis- has not run "'n".tI.lyilh Carlton and i for for a tl \'ii, relumingxrsttrdiv no more intf'r-tatpa4o-
l, ly announced! that will enter pros cataloging 1 tKe and tlie
t they cars. battling tlinmgli
t jungle
d 1'1
:fiitixe iciimcntMr i
the
cribingtheears.. The dL''i 1 inwbi'hany lie liecime insaucly jeHh.u-.ff theattentn | I e "Hfl to public-congressmen,
The following is the ofh i:il program fort .if anothir t.Itri.: \ ... \\ ; sand over tlie' patideartct'h to tlie :Mr md : < W. .\ friends the
foreign car may i,mjitl<' .hall lie uttermined >tn news: tnef i[ liH.-! xelt wad.ubtl -, much : : \rr. > iikinnnU| -pa I XT meu or of railroads

the automobile races: bj the regular stllng pr:c-e in the \' for his 1I01..1.li..1 lopntmpted !.1 rhalrn..1 at tin- -nmniar% :,.ti.m bvc l..ri.J.I l-t C 0.1st AutoMioliffa .\ .1CWtion'sdub I of It. M r.VlkiiHandMrs: I'. H Bogle.arrneil Student of the bill say that

IIKVT: my, Ji0ND.AY, JAN. -i. tinted :xt.' .t-;. f CarlUtn to in.iki in att 'mpt to l blow) the' ngrc', l but bi.O lackeymil at 4ngf-ts I' 'liou",' at Diytont Tlte tour W..III\ will spend the 1 Hrr are many conflicting provisions in

Record trial;, distance one and live In touniiK ear races tin t nun*'in ni'i-t f fitkle :Mane into n':ilniF-+.Uf."tmt warmer ,rreiht him with I Itnr highly :im> ,.IIy it :rf g'lp.inJ tint is ail) r"'l'Jin I wi..tl.rth }Ir. -UK! 1 loIc! Their I INll the .statute. I 1m caused numerous II
least but
iles. lie carried !-amps, bps, horns and arcesorus than Midway.: :Mon cnlidwt I that will
are inyliow they j jrr.iili
plac wlnih, have im part in the md dci'Lirmc they were making a I Mrs I. M\laU".t: ga\e : fin well among men.

:SECOND' DAY. Tt'1::>l>.\Y. J.\N. --.'. actual constitution or running' i.f theeir, : huwhi< h Marie ,arpicften| l ) wa muuntt out of a molt.lull; that hi U.Urr..nt-1. >.I.'l..n IM'ach I..r. i I Ij dinner for the eighth ,genie: pupil I has resulted in much grief among those

a.I need not 1M' t'lrrit..J. ruddy mtcrruptol ....f.>n In- bas ...urn.I'lttcol I r,> lesire to force the ne.1)1..r ftail| tin races start .January :22. i in honor of Margery Gould. who will who rod'- without paying
.All e.t'lIt"to" ) finish at the club 1 house, l In ) the ,Vr. twcn will out eeiuret I The for
t to the law
I Y The term touring ('ar. di-inlx-d ;i- :1 pruuration- 1''pt.I' i inc ujioii unwilling >pd! 1 PaytonaNo djnamiti: Marie promptly '"..I'(> out a : and eompili'' ro.id inr..rlatl'135 :piide I} this week. equally' strict upon the pass-user as
touring runatiout for the purM] "M-* of Bt. .the hou-o tlx' ii "-liein t .
t 1! 1-1 mile a minute flying start, warrant for her dusky lover but 'he I liokid'HHd > I .tk j to future t."ri-I. ImtiiHl for IT,ithla:' | the pa gi\r. .V fine of $1000 or imprisonment
t for the American tin- tobrmiamnnt means an itoinobik that Ijody got all tangle-l up, when Ik.rev !I .\ \"If <,f tliank was t lidete-I the :
,
t touring cars hampion-
gyp as regularly designed and 1 catalogued iti I w ili'.ul.tltJBimniKring; ins w. Slaacklefrer(1 offeretl a ".Iniul. I ("aagre4atiunal at "siabre-ezi. for : for one year, or both, stares -
each at least four (lf.b
f ; [ship pa-isengersof; : ; carlo yri arcrage carry weight!:: of I"i0No ; b\ the maker regularly carrying ton. <<;nc(le, far-di"Itnt fi'iiiiiiine iii'lir|place on in the general, fx'klt'resof most; I t "I move to amrod the [leniling pro II I HATCHING A1ULLETt\ !I time gift of an organ nail song l"ioks and the the f pa.ssenger jec'. as \pl as the official in -

fr r wuud,,. neat and proMded with seats for at act :Marie ill "arli'ul'r.AUTO XISKHIah' I he. .by din.tina the pub- i j t, to \ H. 1lm..n.I".n for the use ..f Ins i
least four. adult tersons.Time : lie Minter to foll.iu eeintoIN !ioiifor the Cnrlstrni/ ; nfert'maiicnt : -
2-I mile, flying start; ga..uHne1'ln.IIl |" copx I ,
: JOO-mile race, open to all, will F th mtiment '.'f' that the pn'-i- i BY UNCLE SAM\ !! .at tin" meeting ,.f the Union :"sundiyxliN.I i Building Permits Issued. t
,
m not IH run unless there are six or more I I. limes, : ) -v.iKrJ Will elect 1
\o. 3-.') tniles, standing start; tour. CLUB tie. -h'mukl I. permitted to -fieII ;i-he saiday The following building permits h'\'f
'
Y entries and at rlur.tartcr" :itr fit shoed 1 have flint trr .'flumunear j jI
t ing cars, designed to carry' four or more least WI :I privilege. 811.1IY.I I, lieen i K-ued recently : t
l'a'scngel'S.Ii.. at $1,500 or lesN'o OPLNIM: ; TOLKN\MENT.{ I want to rich MIX own waxes i In I Florida Is Abandoned-Ihe Spawn i Perk I lendneks Company;tank tower,

I 4-5 miles, landing tart; all On account of the addition to the list HELD MEETING.Affairs "\' ,'' interrupteej Mann; of l Jino., i Not at Right Stage for Matching }I Ij Palmetto Club Reveption. I i on lot I. block 6: estimated cost, $20. i

lasses of cars; amateur owners to : of e\entsof time :J?)<)-mile open] it has I : evrvbodv in Mivmri do-- tint: One e>f time ino-t f'jble wN ialfunctional I B\rmstnmg, addition to garage, t
I
I While fish Remain River.orth ..
dri\e. been decide
ITt t No ;-j miles, flying start ; world's Monday: January 21. iinliiig on Siturda of the Association Are in a J I.t 1.;. \\' of tin I'nited *tatefisli '- 1 I lion and tia given.l by.a..1 the PilmettoClub miss Dorothy Seelye, addition, on lotI

r m ehampipgship record race; all classes.No. >, January JO? I I.ow tides for January. romtamission. who hibeen on tlie New earsdax. The dub) house was Ll >}10; estimated cost, $800.

6-:t miles, standing tart; tour- :Saturday, January -"", if time],,'runt8. Satisfactory Condition Ten :New .\. :\1. P. M. fish hawk for -exinl: weekexpen- I'I beautifully festoemei] with palms C'r", Harry. Hart.-horn, cottage, on lot 6,

runabouts 50 horse r leas u ill also b<. cle\oted to the decision of uieuting, in nn.I'et itching in one I bl'K k 2: estimated cost, $2WO.:
mi ;, power >r ; Members Are Added. JUIU' 1.. ........ .433 :1JatKiarx n"ri-I etc, and| tilled to overflowing with
'amateur;; drive. match races that nnlie I niidf) during dinvcrhis nturnesl 1 to Imi- 10.11'. Smith, cottage, on $eeemnel l ave-
i owners to .... ...... ::J7 <; tin lloridi Last: i iI.n
llr.t.
TJi" mi-( tinef::
the wttkIn : January 7 ... f 7:I1ffrt. N ( and nee; estimated ,cost, $20().

I 'TJIIHII DAY,11'IlNESIAv.: ) JAN.23.: order to get a fair and fast start in ,I ('u tat \'ltolll.' ,hiJl'.iatiun :it their. January: t+:::::: ::::::= .::. ; 7:V> ; .\ 'u tin New :mynn 11'f.t1 I'. at 1).t Bern\ liands hearty of their happy'lie -pitable!alutati..n'etitertamersand I \.ml"rn House, repair to rotif; (tile
club Iwu-e tin 'leach lad Friday evening '
I All exent- fmi-h at Ormond, except{ the flying start ri!'e*. aji.ucnu'kcr willtieetnplojeil a'aadl on atUn.litl and considerable I J"D.ar 9.......... .*. *: !'MH \\ortheitdnot meet with any sue i I ex .
event No. 12, which will) be run at Of- I. s l i January 10................ 951 torn ce-.in hatchme hmlk.t.3 lite mullet I by -----
bu-ine trap-act.I.e l looking
r
ss !ixiaH I bt"nt"ll..rrorml.
)) conditions All races on the Onmmt!. ).I.rt'iii II. ....... 10:V. HHH I ) spawn| was not at the right -tajtefor I l .
ti.ondor a) t..na. as may to the iart mitt tin I La-4 .,( thi.I l'hUlt. Iun,. ..I.. tea and w fers \\frl I Ormond.
.!renderate'eia.hle.| Brach January :Jl I toJyiuan' 27, 1 1'KI". month January I-..............11 :53 11 :VI hatching a"I'Ij i.they rem:nne
with will be confined to white mate dn\er-;, : 14.. ........: 12:1 I .*. riverand II..y "t'n not prepared to : the hi Ilutak"
:
N 7- 0-miles, standing start The .\>-'- J..uur .rj : by |ip\ a-smbimge' during tire Net' arrival. tin 1 past week are M. X.llcfl'ti .
18 years of age or .n'r. 14.... .... catch tin'in after they went omit of the
sofmer January I .
miles all clas.- : afternoonMr
'.one turu at 10 ; ; I .I- :1 and wife their Frank Icel. f
er pti<>n for Ralph Owen, the mtrcprtl 1 I titer into theoceiiiItwirtiuitca I' ; ,
-t ,: iran touring cars. First three finishers TIle entrance fee for eadi sent, including driver, who i- now on tits wy from NewYuri Jaur 13--------------------: I ;IA 2:2: Mr.orthtlntlve I .-. :\I..rl. fuultbly rendt-reiJ femur den, noel l wife, if New York; their niece,

to represent the t'nited States in the international record trial-., with the exception in an aulonxilulf, ami "ho expects January !I............. :::3 3.13January : \\' | ci"llpointm/'lt| to i thrilling' and tn-piring vocal .k#, which} MMB Morgan of \\ indsor: Conn, and
of theexenta Xn.,;fund No .M n S-'O\ I 17------------------- 3 4O3Januan fUt'lwaillf!
1 touring car championship : to make the trip through to this |place :: worked! bard were greeted. with }hearty nppjause -erxitnts. The party has taken the Dr.
to the k5-irtd
/ :\o b-:-0 miles, standing start with TIle entrance fee for event No 13, as from Nework in about twenty days "........ 4:::0 4. amt) rc-ult .f the a'Colll..h} f (tttulk. i Mi ees Jessie J lmw n and Ula\\ tliaumeidmirably Kenny cottage for the.season
fixed by the deed of gift, i<. 50( and the j January 19------------------- ':1 a:3: c .rtiftiallat"lins c> t.Mr rendered two in
Zone turn at 10 miles; all classes of touring i }He will l IN met Irftwecn lure and:'t. \n- : i : there anbundance truml'ltoldue" Tilt Hopkins and Tompkina are in
l entrance fee for e'C'nt0.. 23: which will January JO J.... ?...... h1Pi 6S 1'ortlesays is an I and fully tained the ct'ms-iabie their Pine
( i CIIJjS'm3de out.ide the United States \ gu-tme l hy t eommittit, and rorUil to I lu cut tage on Mreet for the win-
I .M.... ... ....... 7O1 7:19 mullet on the coa.-t IIC Florida, '
r the be used to purchase the troph\ for that I January : : o reputation| they enjoy among inuiealcritic ter.
finishers
to
: first three compete in ttic dub hoUM, when a dinner will be .
and th..lith ;
be 22........... ''UJ N 10 t.t proper] ebse'rvaitec e f -
event will 5100 !' l January : *
Krunntr
: international car championshipN'o } ('n'cd and the event fittingly Minted 'I' the tate law them there will : John and daughter, lHa, of
910'kilometers. TIle right to refuse any entry without J..I1r 23--------------------: 9 Lt flying tart; Time :l$s itittion: i is repairing the uhphoni ef them He thinks { rooma
the i" r"of'rwd bthe January 24-------------------- OJ 1 9 : always b phntv I renelire l \itJm
stating reason : and l flute duet- in a with 1'rank Colby
rerord.rgce; all elastes. i line and will have it in fine shape laws ire good l :md should be stnttlyenforeeil J
Xo 10-10 miles, standing start; all management for the ral'n effort wit] also be I January 2.- 101Januarv : : o !j a.sttrly manner that aIJ.) flat tothe James Putnam, wife and two children
_. .. ... .... i
-- -- --- I :. .. ? 113<) II : ) eyea-ion. are occupying the Lriatol
classes rNo made to rout th' grand-land \ com- cottage
11-10 miles, touring runabouts Sen ices at Congregational Church. n.ittte wa: : ,jKKiitctl to solicit funds I, January......._.....12:13: IJ:II The \\'i]*>n orchestra. con'-fe tifigif }rr. W ilhcm Walton has the new additionto

1 j ij January > ................ 1 <') I :(N) Motor Boat Races. : aril Mrs \\ibon, :Mr. Senz-tak and Mrs. Mildred \ ilia
jO-hor e pow'eror less; amateur owners Dr Frank. Jenkins I), I D., Superintendent from the hi.UN I and lmess men nf his nearly competed and
I January .V............ itt 1:3January : !II 1 II | Hwton their bearers with
In boat of Sere \ the }louse
motor
ra-e* is rapidly
r: to dr \'e. of the south for th* O>ngr ',gition ; place: and the 1)f'nin III.", to defray the th .r i iattern tapt\.atl. fiUng.ib guests
:W .............. 13U: 'ftJanuary )> two 'lectK-ns and
1" \6 li 12 2 miles, flying start, 2 mile "il Home Mission will Ixgm ; expense tlr several l cups to In offered for ion the wmner of tree priaes ef ; grand se wi'appta'Klnd 1 Among the late arrivals are the venerable
: :il ............ .'I" lIS: I II II I bat entered l in nnnh }Ir.
t
be the SVdrtY'i' rae' \'Ith Stephen \\ard-U and wife of
a minute speed crown to run in a series of meetings Congrega- I racing e\ ntTtn -. I lt fn :. 'i.r.Anothe ,

i j> form o e.filime trials. The owner must Tonal Church on y mining, new nmewbrrwire a.Mt to the -- I f..c11..1t( as fulhw's: ;warpt. Mass This season makes

eejual ofXceed a speed of 120 miles an January 3rd at 7 u'cl,*k. Dr Jenkins is I 1 club ro!'ter as f.>llow-: UK. \'jirborlouuh I The following are late arrivals at I c I ht t.rizl. 2.i g H sit gs eI1it PII.. Tomoka Riser Boat. : Wardtlr:tlrt)- cond annual %'i:it

hour. '.: preacher of rare pose* and a successful I L: \. MajxJ. C. iKjerwr. J. !11.lhur. to Inrida He was ninety J years old em
The Myrtle Elvrarl (; W and
: iin< I Jwl I"nllon* uf isolinc--S. The 'ii:11 Harbor, I by theJShtfpsbeid his last birthday and he M still in
prize
evangelist.The !lTi>un-fiUlt, r Dunumt, .\. IJ lortrr, ( (\'f good
FOtItT1IlJ.-\,T1I r nSIU Y,J\N .M. witf, Sambas Creek, I'a; I'ltmi-n I r:. l and Hockavav: Iliy: Ferry health and ....
.,, a public is cordially invited to attend i i F:. 1) \\ Kose.{ John E.: Triw H. .\. lr.1 :perit

All events to finish, at the club htluse. these meetings, in which the pis- Hrrant' and ChaI I r. Ilun l ndlp.! John Vogler ;111if! i Tim : prize, 10.thnn- uo'ih;, ('Upny..r New York, iin twist and Mrs; James. J\ .\lo and daughter,

Daytona. tors of all the churches will render assistance !i J ; J. II mCLnJtI was a tie ts I .tween I oms .\d er and Mr.' : \il l* put.HI a dal sch duk to th Hat hate opened up their cottage,

_ i -- -- IlOM'. I jTmaoka nr today 1. H. Ieedpre-i-! The Chffwood, for the winter
They
i I .( So. 13-One mile flying start, all I City N. J! : 0. UlluUlimsouKx .
classes Cor.the Sir Thomas Dewarworld In Business at Fort Pierce.The laJti : Tae.race for bo it of fir>t class Wag ; dent f.r the company.. with the.>aT, pent last asoo in Califl.ri but they

it A :Newears Hop. I Louisville. i ..laretl off. and another bl this .hKh i H in (..,rmod e. think Florida the lx-t pluce.Mrs .
r
championship trophy. Present following item from the} M. Ladle
I[ ; Ha.. will l.. run toeii\ W.ttmith Curley Pulxer mate. : \ Davis hate takenworei.
holder F.: E. Stanley, Sewtou, Mass I'. I!. and J. II John: \W ( The started at The J 1'Nik| lUrU.r i about fifty ft in < H.iwe'-c-ttage TV 11'eetinere-
rait- two
"bidlIIf ; .
t 14 One mire < starr all } number oC the Railroad Time Table.I l lj I
So. sanding Atlantic, gave a hop to a interest to many of our readers, aMrTrow -"
I e'm4oek Witnessed crowd : | l beam, and draw 32
by
Urge
Iftgtl I\.I'I-I..t
f lasses of gasoline cars, amateur ownersto young people of the city Newear! I 'ell i- well) amt ft".t.ly: known m j I I' Wf'r : beulWillian"
th EatCoast
dnv" mgat The Grand Atlantic orchestraof gc trains o n..rda the f mn bridge t -j xwllv fang line-1.. mche In order to {jms.s Ui<- Tomoka Tnpfier, of th Uftitexl ate

e Daytona Uaiiwav will, until further n.tiet., ', nth who ocrupje'J this ad railroad ndge l it is, found ntee B ry to at WashmgtMi. IX
: No. 15-Five miles standing start, five pies furnished splendid dance 'The .\. L Trow ell Drug lompanyopened arrive IX bu.nn-i treasury tartmt
at .yt"":no foll'wNorthbound -: rantacMKH I"Jint to vitneithe m- lower the d'k-rail .onww hat Her car C., l* n ) few days hi Or-
designed for four more for the band of M. h. .od
touring cars or music merry-makers, if doors >nday and a more I
:: :1. m. t<*t*. The river bank w.ialo lined capacity is said to 'lie fmiaw- mond. *f
.. .... \ J3. ; rri ll
.
passengers, listed abort; ti*)>00 to, and and a collation wa srnol! at 10:30.: neatly arranged or up-to-date stock ha:
32U: b.| f,.r several bJ'lk'l'h e and awtotrtetiHw gers. The crew report fair"oyage The Muses Dam 'tierof Kentwkybaxe
:
\ r carriage
including $3,000. :. % The affair was greatly enjoyed by all never Iwcn show in Fort Pierce The I I 0
t lAy m '' I with front New York. taken wit ( Mr. Ilur4.
Xo 16-Twenty miles, ;otiing cars, The services: of this orchestra may be I company is: c mped t.f our townsmen, Sxtthbound...?........ p I Mr.t 'otfrtt. apee'ta- I IIt&l. rooms
1 S:.'" p. m. -- --
.: international championship; opeu only obtained by consulting the proprietors A. E. Trowel! and Dr. \V. \anLand-- _

: rst.t.br cpr min event? vows land 8. of the Grand Atlantic This fame orchestra ingham, and is managed 1 by Dr W. II -- ---- : tWc can save you money o sou- M ri"s }'rr Foster went t Jacksonville .

\OO"\oc No. 17-Ten miles, handicap, all : it will be remembered was with Tedder an efficient pharmacist t. and 11 II Get time habit Hytb G.l1"Ue-Xt1 'Nunnaally'u Candies. i \.nir spoons and orange kmxesflcn Monday to spend : week

es. :I the Grand Atlantic f ln't "ei'on aaeistnlby: Herbert \inTftndmghim:' Pictorial .titj.I. I4"KI"". the}, nrup i"t I IIK.. .Trxveler. with 11"1 aunt Mrs Free) Anntir




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THE DAYTONA ,GAZETTE-NEWS I four: readers With his opinions

l-, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY on n ndalau: and Daytona people and 1".I I Hotel Despland 1 i SCHMIDT'S VILLA i

conditions, and also as to what he didn'tknow : DAYTONA, FLORIDA. :
T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor .1 and wouldn't do, and why he I .
This comfortable and home-like house) is situated on the bank'I
nouldn't do it. II lJc:1utifulllalifa.( River, one mile from the Atlantic Ocean and tJ1l
COMPANY I He says' "N'o municipality could operate I Daytona, Florida s health-giving breezes that are so common here. The view
THE GAZETTE-NEWS I an ur plant I'r anything; of that l i : of surpassing: beaut)'. The house is fumio: INCORPORATED( kind V'Uny our charter is broad I Ii I i and adequate nianii' U has lifty room, single, cnsuite or with bath. ;
The sleeping' apartments are large. airy and nearly aU hc a southern orsuminy
1 i uu.ughforanjthin?, hut it tannotabn "THE FAVORITE" cXllUl-urr. I

: Entered at the !'osto i,.'at Daytona, Florida, as Smni l Class; Matter. I >gate your state constitution, and any Iii : The parlors, smoking' rooms and reading rooms otter every comfort of
I I taxpayer could] (enjoin the city from f.p- the city home. The dining hall has a seating rapacity of one hundred and
I IL. j j twenty, and u second to no resort hotel in the South. The cuUtae and i
crating uch'a business. OPEN for the SEASON 1906-07 UNDER MANAGEMENT OF
$1.50 Per Year i in Advance : service are admirable, and Schmidt' Villa enjoys an enviable reputationfor .
Subscription would have
I I As a lawyer you picked up these important features
the constitution of the state of Florida M. Waite Owner and Proprietor. Our rates for board and room are $2.50 per day and up; special rates
SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1901. I and read! (article 8, section S) : !i for families on application. Xo other hotel l on the East Coast can offer I

-=-- ------------ "The legislature! shall have |x,wcr to ................................................. the same comforts and advantages for the same outlay of mon"y.
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: HENRY: SCHMIDT A SON Proprietor.
........................... was: tJ-II're.J ill with etpressiotts of g'MMl establish' and t" abuli-h niunKipahticf,+}" ....-........-.-.................................-.-.-..-. ............................... Na ....... ... .........i
will and wi.hcs for luppnicv, lirslth to "pr 0u'tlc for their K'ncinmrnt, tv prcMtib i. ,_.
and -- --- -- -- -
: SEA BREEZE and : 'and wialMi I! Itifit-JniKiiU w 'rt'Mml l, < heir jtiriHlnlivii, and (jiowrrs f "THEPINES "
[ to alter ..r .iintnd the TIIIC .it any tinio : i ***********************************.*.>*>*****...***.
,
and a pk.i:-ant cxctnnK *IH'nt 1 '
BEACH f: Miss ('alveitmiiece of Mr. and Mr, 1.lmid! y.oil would know that Il>toua .\ New house \\,ith III Modern ('onv''ni. IH>IAcxomodates >. II r

5 DAYTONA McManus and friend Miss Laktcnwal- can operate ice plant I' o<)i t. >:.:;O a day and up. Special by week or month. + The Grand Atlantic i iIt
the
/...SSS.................. her, of Knox\ilc, Tenn., are \'iitingwithMrs. It is not necessary to consider if terrible thecitizens In attractive boos with large and airy room: hot and cold water i

i 3.-Gt'or L. Farrell Chas Wilson, on Seabreeze a\enue things that are prophesied I through th* house, sulphur or oft water Lathe, -lwtMc I lights, furnace i << It
I Seabreeze. January I The Smith brother, Fred and tUrol \ should fail to heed the warnin'l i heat and telephone, !Some of the pheasant feature!! of The I'iueare!!' i its : NOW OPEN. :
and family are expected to arrive to- of Mr \l.>ri i->. of b.uisiuna. ag j wide verandas and its Rout: Garden, wbf re you ian Lave a floe view of
with old
and
morrow afternoon They have leas.tl who ar.'t'r ht-re.\ .IsywLir. ,, rail' H..I.I.I.d"isitil.g pun liar ut the .1f'C trie light plant without th* country, rirer( and ocean The Pines; J is situated on South! Ridge wood, I i Rontns I'M-Suite" With Private Baths, i
will\ young .r. \.r the Dartoi Booms suite. with with-
highest
the Gilmore cottage, which they occupy avenue in a single or en or
,I \ with their, friend 1"Jli.trf'f'k.. th> ur |.I..r.t.lO: no tiiie to my knowledge nut private bath. Billiard and Smoking Room. .
fur the season. ha: a>lv'U'h a thing The : Electric Service Throughout, 4
Nar- Til*") ietuiiitl l" '-;-talrl:: Lnirit OPEN "FROM \u\EMHLH I 1 'IOl.\\ 1.
Frank Grinnell arrived from MondnMr fart that he was able. to get Im prophecyprinltl Large Hast and Sun Parlor, :

ragansett Pier and opened up the (Iar- ( and> Mrs X"lIwall.I1"la.. 111; ( I Ihflws: that "a prophet is notwithout MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress. I + Broad Verandas, Fine Orchestra, .

endon garage for the season P.1 B M I't'r", kentntky; Chus. II. :-;lIl1than.1 honor except m hits own country :toy South RidiewooJfl'nut', In YTOS.\, FLORIDA : Fine Cuisine and First-Class Service. i
J. R. LaShahos: tlm week fit ted up .'......................................*............
and! :>. 1Gilmore's :. | family, Frankfort. Ind; DIMS Murray JAS. H. JOHNSON & SONS
Mrs. Ste\'ens' north cottage : ; Propr's. <
y residence for electric 1'emington: A a,, are among th. recent Your $o-<'aHxl expert says "I think :., .. ..................... ..........................: I :

new arrivals the >c':isid,- Inn. for forty. I lights; f 125 per annum U a fair #-********a.***.*.*.*.*.**..JMMMM( ..**.*****#...tr.*.*.J


,, lights.Selden's Mrs. Emory cottage has for taken the sei rooms on. at She}>rllf.is Mr!; AM'ullousth his n>'ul: tlJtlltlll WI dow>' I IM from n-*Iins.tingson trif-' and prire Mr. C I:"have\o, and talked neither with claimed Mr. Shantz that The Ivy Lane Inn I .*****.*.***.***........*.oR......'" ,.,....." "

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.... 'I I2was: a fair price. That price was
to Da>t<>m l B<:iih tinv. L
.: a day boarder at the 'Viiunolo Ixxlgo Ins A.'mil: h ,in.) fiuulx' ,. 1V. I I'IL'ntpand nirned for one year in order to force us i Lone Ba" Inn all":1t> .ht'. Daytona) Be&rb. :
Mrs. Hortense Jordan arrnwl from. to make) a fixrjcirontra wife f id x; '
Wand \ | in giii.l| (> *' : <:i i
Lynn, Mass, the latter part flf IH 1 w.e Mr. rove; in his recent artidcsimntions -I ('oh'pnit'lIto River and Oi-ean. UNDER; NEW M\NAGEMENT. Home
is a guest of the Sennnolf IxUi. dull: ottjigfvThedinrt:!: I the cities having less OPEN DECEMBER I. Comfurtortlnrn Table, Board by the week, day or meal. Season! or 1
Miss Sophia Lemkc, who h-u- been a at tin IatniK) ta-ino was following:; J Transient Large niry JOOIIH hates f 7,OO to tlO. H). Special rate for ?
than : i ito ,
Daytona
guest of the Seminole Lodge for several wdl adenoid l TucMlay evening, Mime lights : Apalathicola In tw! MIIVTM of lU first season' this house proved l its ability clip Ht'I\.on. :

weeks past, ]left on January I for 1'; hn thirt.>'-ln The'" couples\\ilMin orchestra enjoying the furnished o<' 'asion. I ansatS'H Gainesville; Orradia,; II arcs! ,at 7 arcs 190; at Pt'noacola 187.50;, please and satisfy thosp who desire elegance with all comfort* t \ MRS. C. E. HUYCK, Proprietress. j \

t Beach, where she expects to sojourn the : : TV arc* at $90snothing was said to and ('Ou\'pni.'IWf'R. : t I *'.." "*"*."*'.'." '..'." ....7INNN N4IN.N..N
until March 1, after which the will 1 Is' in muMc.Mr. .
p the contrary, these are presumably on a I i
and Mrs C..t. :Smith; and children,
f the
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Seabreeze for the remainder > of Frankfort, Ind, hue taken one of full schedule of 3700 hours per year-5) MRS.\ FOLTZ, Proprietor. iI' ************************** ****************.**********
.
sea.on.t' Mr.( and Mrs. Charles H.:jser andniece the ReWilhard Stewart cottages O. XIIZUIifp for the season, per Mr( cent Morris more says than"the those difTerrnin of Daytona.cost: I I I ............................... .....*....**.........TNNN I' I+ THE AUSTIN. J
and .
: of Cincinnati, 0., armed -
Miss Zulich, -- :
the latter part of lost week and three c'hirc'n) ) are now occupying the, I to the (plant is very little wlntherthe : Z. .N................ .N.NNN1.NNN...1111. : Overlooking the Halifax River Daytona, Florida. *

t are pleasantly located at Dixie Lodge. iB.r E parsonage, on S':il"r welcome*' >z" avenue, light lights!schedule burn fry, a"th night.- or plint on .1 ha moon thesaint1 Attention, Tourists. I : 1 IlllkUI I lJtl I GIST:: I I10TCL IN: THE CITY. J
and are receiving a warm from
her ,
Mrs. C. B Lockwood, son expense( of later 1 ..a..ns, generating a A Vw H< n-. Withll Mi"Wn Improvement. Steam Heated *
Charles, and mother, If'1.\ Babington man friends.The .\ all lovers of F'me ('ilCarl1. run \\ iI. tied) the l.:irtr>.*t .\.ttJ'lt'nt. I In.1 ..
&'aside Inn entertained i capacity( He.Mr I : W. W. AUSTIN, Proprietor.
of Daytona, spent New ear's day thirty- nne"t Aaii -tv. alll 1 / :
lute says full H the main item I I ....... .
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New Y, '.
fie
and family. guests on 'ar !s DOl ijHIN S 4Yktax C(IS4S 'OSSiS4S4W444fNNN.5.
i with Miss Mrs.Lena 11. E.Tuiuhnstui Dayton who lirslttn Maude Strotlier: returned Monday of expt: >e, and, as he i> allow col l under I Best Quality of Cigars at theHOTEL. ,I I II
shut down the
the prcnut contract to
to Con mad< to resume her schoolwork :
ending her vacation with her parent i months in **************************O**************************
plant at midnight during !six .
CITY
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on Pine street, returns Saturday::; to Tallahassee after a .ll'lightful'C.1.: ; '|>ciit at .
the it would seem that the differ-
year ;
where Mie will resume her home.Mr i i :
THE MYRTLE :
studies in the TalhhaiMtrtnnle Sem II light and ftunlj, cottage:: owners enct in hours would make a material !l I:t ()I II"U", < ''flrm'rl.lIaytooi! Hoiin-) :

(inary. arrived l from P.tk skill, N. A., listwtik difference in cost of fuel and lalx>r. j: Twenty ditrrent Brands. ol Hr t'..lacs IitsMlt. If I mtrillr Ixicatwl Extant Room" and Board |M to |10a week; *
Mr. Morris : "I never heard of a '
Mrs. G. 1.. Moore and Miss Jones have and art at home min PIIH street: says I T:iUi.. Board n pt''iaItI.11 Modern ImproremenU'
arrived from north Georgia: and will .\ part of hunters, consisting of DranAaIih ct.ntractith? a city for less than five I i i ; i

spend the winter with their sister, Mrs. \' 'njll'I.!'f.m C B'(Mum>ort mi and Bulow J. ,Crick Wilson }the ears!slime." There thing, but are others an "crjlcrt"should who can ray I i GEO. H. ,MATTHEWS, Proprietor. i I 4U: ;MRS. CHAS. KOST, Proprietress. : '

Toralmson!' last \ t'f.k. | know that :M: Augustine solicited bidsforstntt ......... .....N ............ .. .. ........ *r***tM**Ir*V**.VV.******OVW**,r*#V44MMMMI**.**r..*:
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Mr. and Mrs. Oudtrdonk, popular I.

guests! of the Dixie Lodge, have returned G >o. P, Juhnvin who ha \lf'f'n delayed lighting for one }par, and that : .************************* ************************** -, -- --- -
'.... to Jersey City, N. J., after a few weeks' 1 in work on the MtCulloiigh Block; the electric light company has made a 4 *.******** ****************AC4. **************************.
visit here. for want of matl'rial. is pleased! over the contract for are lights! for one \'earMr .

:\lesd9.melclahan:\ and Dodge, of the arrival of a carload of bru-k. The Morns speaks of the di"ad\an- if Palmetto House. j : THE GLENN i
tace t>f the Daytona plant in hating .
', Fostoria, Ohio, have engaged rooms at work will now' Iw pushed to rtpM completion I .
'a business' which lal-o nl) threeor )Il '
the Poor cottage, on Pine street, md l I : \ Horn..liU HOIIIU with all Modern] Conreniencen. Board with or :

are expected to arrive next week l!ev. \\". R, N'u/um, pastor of the four months Well Known and Popular. 3 i : without rf>omi". ?l":.0aaay. Special by wwl. w
In 190.1! ) the 1 D. )' .n.i plant rc<'ticdSHi4i .
f abreezitniie Methodist( episcopal .
The fishing at the Clarendon pier was
unusually fine Monday The guests of Church, will preach Sunday: at II a. in : 1*..40 for el.ctricity, 710 for lily t Overlooking tlu beautiful Halif.it Riu-r, i iI } I : North ij.-(uh St.. i llaytona, n\ Mrs. Ella H. Glenn, Prop'r :
water, 3II for baths and $10,107 for ,
Dixie Lodge made 9S catcher, all told, and 7:30 "p. m Tuning subject, "The 2312 ton of ire at the factor)'. The I Daytona.> .\ homelike and comfortable) i} **.*********************** ..4-4444.45444......" ,k
-' and they were not the only fMicnnpn: Dreamer Bihfr 4hool, 10) a. m; Fp-
total coo of the lessthan i
operating plant is
out that day.Mr. worth league:30 p.m.; prayer meeting liou'-e. First-rlns" in all *
] Indies' f I .noo. The coat of the ice is It'ss respect" ************************** ************************** .
and Mrs. Leeds, of Springfield, 7 p. ni lVendn.sday::; Ai.1Sof'iet *
Mass., who have been at the Breakers }., 2: p. in Thursdays) at AIr I liarroun' than 10 cents | er 100 pounds I a<> I I-+ :,
When WI' consider that ice is manufactured 1s
for some weeks, have: liken rooms at !". !, The Western tI
I and delivered in Jaiksonxilleat C. 0. CHAMBERLAIN. PROPRIETOR. 5
the Seminole Lodge for the tea>on. I + M
Mrs. A. AV. Johnson registered as: a - 25 cents\ I'.r hundred, and we are :.N............ax .>wN.N. ," " ',.tftnltta << <<

now paying 30 cents per hundred for delivery _
:
guest of the season at the Garcndon at ECHOES OF THE u NOW OPEN. J
its opening on January J. She had !been alone, in addition to 20 cents for c.(:,,-..........( {.'-...i'). !I!@ !@ .! {j'o j, \!. .
manufacturing, and that no relief w insight
a guest of the Seminole Lodge for some $
LIGHT CONTEST. the purchase of the plant J. C. RA1NSFORD Proprietor |
Mr. and Mrs. T F Williams and / except ,
!by the city, it Sf'Cm5' if the citizens The Seaside Inn.
__ children have returned from a holiday:
visit with relatives in Fort Ogden. rp pAtd. should give the subject more careful II : First avenue near Beach Rtr 'et. ts

Mrs. A. S. Randall and daughter arrived Stillman Makes the Testimony of investigation than your so-ealled t'xIIC'rt | OLI> -K\imFH7F: :, VIA. MXWU.L;( I1. O).I' { I "< for hoard. thd I ;.,, : t d I a lay ) mid rofim Special rates by week or month.
from Chicago Saturday and joinedMr. .
the Advocates for the Electric It should also IK borne in mind that a I Now ols'tl| fur t HM> IIHHI ot 11f1f..7 wider l the minnx"nn'nt or (tin* Randall at Lone Bay until he could 1 I Ii
I Nolle) !system of waterworks for fire I NEW HOHSE WITH MODERN CONVENIENCES.
make arrangements for a cottage They Light Co. Conflicting.; I HORACE F. STEWART. iI \ Iii
could be added additional .
and the i
are now located in one of the Clarendon Editor: l>j\t"ni iizttV; < : protection expense of operating[ : would- I I Iloinlxunieanil. new. "itnat..lllo I HaTtoni IViv'h. The hotel ill nimlirn] in | e5Sas...a..4555......._................ .....-..i+lI ... j
Grand\ Boule\ard. 1
cottages on lew A" a practicing lawyer you know thatit amount to very little.I101VAIil I S nil itnpHintinent| ... with IAW. very |pheasant n omn. url
Mrs. II. S. Morrison returned from a w necessary tll ipro\ethat a witness i- Y. sriILMX\ .i tint fni>, 1111.1 1 oj.positp Kfatinjr ''. !linl') anal 1 O-ean IVr Ji I I :.........;...............+.............. ............,
visit with her at Like Helen last
parents .
qualified as an \jxrt I* fore he can ___ '
Thursday. Little Nellie Rollins! came hiS! Midi) and that h i I It M. ELLA
give testimony! as it I DEVOYf'CO.LADIES' i
with her for a brief \j-it. Piano Tuner Coming. 'I i I .
, Surf is Unexcelled. j jiiiii'.vS. i
is test t<> stop a garrulous witnesses Ix'- Bathing i: i
Judge and Mrs. Taylor will arrive this Adolph M Jaehde, the expert
fore ho discredits i himself
bj making :i
week from Cleveland, Ohio, on a'iit toMr stat*'inent that cm IK. flatly"IlItm.lict.,1 l piano tuner of Ix sbtirK, is at The c l ..!.. i . .*.!X %( (..SirjJ; <*lA'(!S<$Ii i:I HATTERS. :
and Mrs. E. D Stillman and is prepared to tune
Langworthy. Judge
by dotumrntarj f\'idt'ni-e. ii 'orrect in Styles. Personal Attention to Fitting i
Taylor is a United States district judgefor \our ability to keep separate and pianos. Orders may he loft at the ************************** ************************** .i No 0 South IVar-h Street, Daytona.

northern Ohio under PresidentRoosevelt's apart your legal l and l cditon] jx rMinali- Ga/etteAVns office or at, the post-Ii J o.\s: uninrn: MIM HL\TFI: I ........................ .......................NNN
appointment and with his office! t tf
ties w.isn'-vfT afore o lc-"thhoxin than : ? -
wife, who is a sister of Mrs Langworthj, .
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in your 1 lat isuc. .
will spend his two weeks' vacation here Aim editor you cut a porter to xAe\\ shipment of "1ttltt"tlrc! I

The Clarendon opened Tuesday) Jan- the Scaside Inn to .t from Mr Mor- ,, batteries (list rerenetl. J5<. each The Cleveland j ri

uary I, with thirty guests and a heavy ris-; I ,I R Lt iu INVESTMENT.INVESTMENT.
hooking for the next few weeks The 4 .

management is looking forward to one I Magnolia Avenue, ojipoHtfe' postofTire (:iarage in < "nnf'f.t- *
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of its big season I II ion with the houso Acr >mrxlilions for sixteen IMP J
)Ir. and Mrs R. A. Bailey and daughter -I 1 Gilt fdge. a Gold Bound

Mrs Mary Apple:):ard, have taken a i S. B. GREEN Proprietor. jj:
cottage on (Pine trcet I .. ,

Mr. and Mrs Harry Bmkland hi\e: :I ; 4

returned from their C'hri"tlllUlltill at I i Phone" .h!:. )IJatM: )liVahnnable: unitary; Plumbing; J
DeLeon Spring : *
Mr and Mr .***.*.**rE.*.*..*F.>rr*.*.* v.*..11rt+.*******1******* .
t Comtare recent arrival i .
as -- -- -- - -- -
from the north They are m'< \ipmg

rooms at the Kelly cottage ..m.. ......... e .. ... + ..
There Three 7-room houses furnished
completely -
\\illi.inicbb and daughter, Miss, ,

Alice, of Aeibena \la, pent last \\....k / need mimic The Stillman .l all

with )Ir. and Mrs. W\. Baggett room be la a cold the | improvements, including electric -

Judge and Mrs I Children, prominent r bouse if you own lights and furnace heating apparatus -

residents Nashville, Tenn, are among a PERFECTION Oil |Itt'a t h :Mtft; It.Iwwn \ "Iu..... and Magnolia Avnucr

the recent arrivals at the Dixie Lodge:; Heater. Tbis is oil i lot 1 180 feet front
f This is their third winter in vabrt-eze ', heater mat gives satisfaction an Now Open for the Season of 19067.HOIIH ; and 110 feet depth;

spent with Miss Russell, and their only wherever used. Produces intense Thoroughly lUii'iiat l few PiiniixliinK" 1. fI..I1IIU1I.n.\.JII t"I most central location in the city. Can

regret is that the judge vacation i* limited beat without smoke or smell because it is
t Tal.U !IkmrI a *;i.TiftlH. \\hitnIMp Northern tookmr' {
to one month equipped with smokeless device-no trouble, I be had for $13,000 and pays over 12 per

A watch party, gin 1>>' Mr anti M vs no danger. Easily earned around from room Reduced Rates for December and January.

1 Babcock in honor of their guest: and to room. You cannot turn the wick too high I cent on the investment at that price. cAsk

relative, Miss Nina Babctnk wa a or too low. Al easy and simple to care for t DVVIQHT R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.

pleasant social event. Cards and rt- u a lamp. The to see this and make me
freshrnent helped the old year to ;i merry I..... ..................... M+.......................2 property


! exit. PERFECTION Oil Heater ;I 4.........4.....................................; 1 1N 1 | prove that the property has paid over
: -
1 I (Equipped with Smokeless Device.) i I. Cottagers and Tourists at Daytona : 12 per cent !jor two years.
Daytona Beach, January 3--M li s I, .
I Carrie L. Freeman and younger sister, is an ornament to the home. It is made in two f&Aisw-11kkc1 whoI"| .t tt M,"it I'jilni )It(>.a< b will find' :
II I and japan. Brass oil fount beautifully embol L Holds I Keineniher that if don't large property -
Marguerite, after a pleasant week with you want a
I 4 quarts of oil and burns 9 boon. Every: beater warranted.Do ]
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their parents, left Wf'dnrsday for Pu>tw not be satisfied with anything but a PERFECTION Oil Heater. "HOTEL PALM BEACH ; ; I can supply you with anything you want at
to retume school work. t If you cannot get Heater or information from your dealer write
The Lone Bay entertained with a line to nearest agency for descriptive circular. Beautifully! his'at'sl ltwHvn the <)if.iii and Lake Worth in Palm K>.a
New Years dinner Tues Overlooks the motor boat rate course and on- 4 | office, and I have an Automobile at the disposal of
D makes thc borne renient to ito. immense nt door neighbor; the Royal Polnciana Hotel and :
Miss Wallace of 1 The
iSM>un pent last .L\.u- OL "richt. Is the slut' K-xrden coif link! and surf l>athm>r. Maintains refin..ll'\tmrnilZPoi tourists 2 ; all prospective renters or buyers.
week at Lone Ir and Mrs. 1.t. amp ,
By.
and bat ,lamp for and fTiinli seeking th a'' 'omoilationHofa large modrrn hot>-lt>iit I'J'tof..riog
Dais and Miss Ro-e S. I>a\u arc recent -I all-round household use. Gives a deafe steady light. Fitted a littl!.* "h-" a of th>- folmalityof the Inrgest hotel, and iunn motlerats rates
arrivals at this pleasant hot<'lr\'. with latest improved burner. Made or brass throughout and Aoromodatet' .1%< -;.0 imtvn with hath Rates ?:l to f": :-p''lal weekly. i 1
Mr. and Mrs lIarroun entertained the I nickel plated. Every lamp warranted. Suitable for library, Opt-no. January "' tb. Write for illustrated. IxiollftiMreM* R.
: L. Smith.
dining room or parlor. If not at your dealer's write to nearest "
younger society set with a watch part I Hotel Palm Beach, Palm Beach, Florida.
gtocy. STANDARD OIL CQMrANY. Iske.rp.fl... : 4
Seto Yelor' Eve night The
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rt G.A.KLOCK.M.D. ATTAR OF ROSES THE FIRST DIRECTORY. :


r How This DellcU. a4 E*....tr. q.aiBt Olden Time Sew leek Basle
Physician and Surgeon. Perfmm I. Made. .*.. ..d Social Addreue. 2J

In the first directory of New York flLAsr
139 S. Ridgewood Avc. Phone 25. The word "attar".I. from the Arab
"Itr" and means perfume. So attar of dry, which was Issued In 17JW. there
Office Hours 7-S. 12-1,7-8. roses almply perfume of roses. It If are some peculiar and quaint entries.

brought from Turkey and the East Indies For Instance, In those days It was not

,. q Fe DAYTONA FLA. In small vials and Is very costly!: uncommon for medical practitioners to
sell drugs, as is shown by the following
4' J Fso4 Even on the spot here It Is manufac-
Notice to Sportsmen. tured it Is extremely dear, because It address, "Samuel Bredhnrst, physician Large Hotel Jobs
and apothecary, 64 Queen (now Pearltstreet.
No ,
: Inquires 100,000 well grown roses to ." a specialty. I ;

t wT AVe offer our services to yield but 180 grains of attar. Clergymen of that period were exceedingly I job too large or ,
Its high price causes' It to be oftenadulterated .I
" c desiring guides for precise regarding their titles. none, too fma1l.Spt' .
parties I with some essential or fixed
fk G Thus "Abraham Bade, reverend of
'ial facilitiesfor
oil or with spermaceti However, <
v4 rG hunting deer. turkey or the Church of England, 29 Smith
the adulteration may IK- detected by olJ
wiring
street" and "Joie Phelan, clergyman;
other game.Ye are testing It In n watch plaaa with a drop
of the Church of Home. 1 Bn.kmsnstreet" houtcs TvilLou
equip-I',
of sulphuric' sdd. If the uttur b@ pureIt M
ped with tents, teams ( injury to hvild'gkr
will remain col rl""*s. fnr pare attar
Lon tlog"ra! tailor of 5 Broadway i
J dogs and we know whereto : of J'tI":! Is colorless! but If It be adnl .
was described! s*' a "breeches maker;
c '' tasted It will' begin'* "uk..nM.
s to t to find the game. .lldrt.S5S' John Bean *50 Bro dway, 11II ""nrg nand ::
In rnlp flt'h..f@! the
ro es ar- "tlar
tooth puller: S. Crygler. W ITwry f
apply toDlTSON grown fnr the pnrpnee nf tusking the r_
or street, "pnnrh and porter h 1 attar the bii"h*>.. lire planted In row.. .r I7
eeplan| of 132 Queen street "IJI111"pr
aFour & McI\ENZIK: :, In the ... speaker; D. Hltchrork K Queen
New Smyrna, Fid. with beautiful roses but ere noon 'street, 'house carpenter and undertake ;

comes they are all gathered and their er" John Hogland, W> Queen" street
Sailings Each Week --- ---- ----- ;
petals distilled In clay still, with twice "-fiddler etc.;" Henry II Kip, :. King I

1 1 BETWEENJACKSONVILLE( their weight of water. street "Inspector! of pot and pearl :
and NEW YORK. Binham&MaleyCo. The water that "comes over'1 Is put ashes;" John Mtchle. .7 Garden street 1
Into perfectly I clean vessels and Is then maker Samuel
"starch and hair powder ; .
Calling at Charleston, S. C., both w aj.s. I lit
carefully covered with damp muslin Lower Dock street
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS. IX THE COASTWISE IUIn:: ;. Ii clothes B. Webb, 29 .r
i to keep out dust and Insects. It "
"gentleman. .
.! Clyde New England and Southern Lines. Many 1 Is afterward exposed to the night air In those days, too, there were a great r

r J or to artificial cold. By morning a any "gentlewomen" and a few "washwomen.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN I film Is swept off with a feather and ." All teachers were then addressed

JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE. New very carefully transferred to a small either as cbuolma.te..." or

AND ALL EASTERN POINTs. .._ I TUL Night after night this process Is "schoolmistresses. Tbe retail dealerson I
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Calling at Charleston" Both Way repeated until all of the precious "1J Is Broadway and Wall and Queen

SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINOS. separated from the water.BUSINESS .
Goods) I [ streets called themselves -ahopkeep

Southbound. . From fRW S' Wharf. IfciMon Ij ers," the hotel men were "Uvern keepers .
j
Northbound. .. .. From foot Cather.ne :Street .Iatl >null SENSE. ," and the policemen were "watch
men.-New York Post

Arriving : A Well Ordered Desk Mrao. a Well
CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE
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Ordered Mind.There's THE COLD WATER ORDEAL.

Between Jacksonville and Sanford i one piece of advice," said

Daily.All ; the senior partner, "that I'd like to It ".. Oaee a. Ipiportaat Test of
STOPPING AT PALATKA, ASTOR, KERESFORD.:: (Dr.Lvxi.: ) and Intermediate give every young man taking a business )l. Guilt or luaoeemre.

landings on ST. JOn, RIVER. I position with a desk attached to The cold water ordeal was one of the

Steamers 'City of Jacksonville' and uFred'k. DeBary"are Grades. It. It's this: Keep your desk clean most important tests of guilt or Innocence The Only Stock of Gas and Electric Fixtures touth of Jack. 1

What I mean by baring a desk clean a few hundred years ago. If the sonville. Distributing agent for thtcelebrated "1900', Dry '
appointed to nail as follows: Leave Jacksonville, daily except atlJrt.lavlI'l Is keeping everything possible off It censed; floated' he was guilty; If he Battery. Fresh shipment week. 25c each in
every any
at 3:30 p. m. Returning, leave Sanford, daily except Sunday at ": J except that which Is related to thematter tank, he was Innocent. In the twelf'h) ed
S I North-Bonn i! Prices Right. i iI In hand. Ftc observed In my century some altar vessels were stolen quantity, hhipj> anywhere.WE .

Read DowSCHEDULE) I Read tp time a 1\00.1\ many men In their office, from the cathedral of Laon. and the HANDLE AUTOMOBILE TIRES AND SUPPLIES TOO.

Leave 3:30 p ml......-.----.----Jack'sonville.--............'......- Arrive 2:00: a m and I can say that with very few exceptions learned Anselm proposed that a child
.. 8:45; : p m .__ _____._alatkY_......................_.I Le'an 8..t l1O It m the real men of affair!'' are from each parish and then child from All electric work guaranteed to ate Tuderwriter's] inspection. k ;

I. 3:00: a m ____.__...__....Aetor..._.__.......................... 8:30': I' In I those who are free from clutter. each: household should b* put to the
-_.____ .? t.resford (DeLaud............ ........._. .. 1:00) I' mt I FurnitureUndertaking. "With a lot of papers In front of you test and so on until the guilty one was OPEN ALL YEAR: ROUND DAYTONA CIA ,
Arrive 8:30am ____?.. ._._..Sanford_........................... 1311 a In It's almost' a certainty that some hour found. The proposition raised a great With ..tMiitiil| f.,..,-.. ,,f workmen.! 11.'J .
H 1O.'OOamI_................ ..._._..Eoterpril'e____....._........1 10:00: am r In the \ ; I. clamored that
the
day yon're coin to flustered outcry I and people
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I CENERAL PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE 122 WEST BAY ST. JACKSONVILLE.P.M.IRONMONGER and very likely It will\ l>e just when those who bad easiest access to the Mr' mm' mrnm mmM

you want a clear! head. The old Idea church Joe the first to undergo the or
JR. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. 122 Wt'IItBay St. Jacksonville
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that a mass of material which deal.
W. O. COOPER, JR., Frt. Agt. C. P. LOYELL, Snpt. i,i every I
way on the desk Is n sign that a personIs This looked reasonable enough. So
Street Jacksonville Fla. .
root Hogan ,
A. HAGERTT.. Gen East Pass. Agt.. New York. Fred E. RanKin full of business Is I.rt'ttyHII out the bishop ordered the six priests of

CLYDE MILNE. General Freight Agent, New York I Accountant worn. Su.'h. collection not only Indicates \ the cathedral to prepare for the test.
THEO. 0. EGER V. P. and G. M. Expert Books Open a lack of order, but also Is a sign In the I(>su"hllenM'lm thought to 41ULQT&A I

General Offices, Pier 36, North River. Branch. 200 Broadway, New York. I ed, Closed or Adjusted. that nervousness may expected from try the experiment himself as a pre '
the man ID the chair. What with filing; liminary test. :So:: he was boun.l and f $ ; ; A

!' Box !572) : Jacksonville, Florida. cabinets and other devices no excuse placed in a tub of water. To his great ,
. I can be offered nowadays for confusion t atl\! f.ictk>n as well as discomfort be
SOME BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE Inferences: S. It. llublard.lr. Titi "A well ordered desk means a well promptly sank The day arrived and PREPAID"

tens Hank of Jacksonville, People'n |l.uik ordered mind a inlnd taking up one with It nn Immense crowd to see the
thing at a time and giving It the i>rui T trial. The first priest auk, tile seoud
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and Treat To., and "tlers.ararr.rrra.arrrrrrrra '
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attention. It denotes regularity and floated tile third sank the fourth float .J
51700 1 Cottage on Ridgewood Are- $4000 For corner lot and cottage; ,. concentrated effccthe effort"-New: rd, the fifth sauL and then AuseluiMui
flue, Kingston. Four rooms Avenue. Lot
on Ridgewood ....
York Tres ielf-wonder ">f n.Jt'l'tI-lo( spiteof
all on ground floor. Lot 45x200. 55x396 feet. May be bought without Q I. 'fl)
4aS
s' a Innocence
J J exiH-nmeuN\1l1ll.rotH't..l
10000 For a large house in good' cottage. : F. B. PENOR I I;>*r Going Dutch VprlllaK. floated around with the buoyancy of an ,.
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.?1UUUU location; suitable for a n. o In the good old days when the Dutch air bubMc. While be was serving bUsentence y y+ _
? house. Ten sleeping rooms, $1000 A four-room one-story Hill. cotbntrdinh were supreme In the administration of lit prN"n Auselin found timeto ,
at Holly Outbuilding j
tage
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
with extra rooms for family or servants for wood, etc. Corner lot, : ; the affairs of New Amsterdam everybody writ<< ,.A learned treatise on the "In .i Af

on Dished.third Lot floor.55x200 House feet.is Some new and fur100T330 feet, planted to variety fruit. : All work done in a strictly firstJ knew everybody el..e. RIl.llt mattered expediency of the Water Ordeal and MtSKFv
bearing ,
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little how
proiHT nauici were Its Failure In Many 1 ('use.
-- h -- -- --- --- -- 'studR'
trees I class and l workmanlike manner.
orange on place. : o..
ppelled. Modern lawyers and civilservice
in beautifullorationonKidgewood
A nice residence
$4000 Material ned! the best the market '! / Il l
Mocking Bird.
t reformers would be dborkedat Sew Zealand
S 30QO A residence in select section south of town. Ten room house, only : affords. ; the orthographical\ freedom of the The Poe bouey eater 1 it one of the .Ja '
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convenient 1
to business portion old. First and 6eCond floor and at the time handsomest -
two years a clerk of the burgomaster's court of commonest game
i ihest
of. the city. New house of six o Plans and Estimates Furnished i
rooms with bath and toilet on second porches; barn and other outbuildings; ii i those times. Here H. a sample case of tbe :New Zealand birds. The
floor hard and soft water. Easy terms. flowing well and cistern. Lot 130) feet : of Referencf taken from the old Dutch records in neck 1 is ornamented with a frill of curly r
; front by over 400 feet deep. Variety of ; CHAS. BLUM & COMPANY\
which the name of a plaintiff U spelled feathers of a greenish color with w bitecenters
young fruit. a l'olltoffio-box 2 hi;, Daytona Fla ;
Six house Beach five different wars: and the throat Is adorned witha
room on -- a
$2500
Street, Kingston. Four Business building in Daytona a al' In a case before the court In 1G55 tuft of white feather, which has A'.EXCY' I'AllSTBRF.rtl.Mi 1 CO.

rooms on ground floor; two rooms sec $1400 Beach 15x36 feet: with rocrar.rrraarrrrrrrrarrrrrrrr Jan "HacklnV Is a complainant against gained for It the popular name of "par-
ond floor. Good flowing well. Lot. two rooms in rear of store room. Lot the Inspector of tobacco, who has certified sot bird," an appellation appropriatenot
100x462 feet; some fruit. 30x143 feet. := 'NNNN"NN'sN N, =:i'd to Jan -nockln' that the tobacco only l because of this decoration,but Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66 Whiskey.

i. was good. The Inspector says because of tbe resemblance of its i eculiar ,

$2200 House and large lotat Holly SS7 1 00 Xew.**'room house in north U Neville H..ak. ; In his defense that he Inspected: the attitudes when singing to the
HilL Four rooms and bath P&1UU part of city. Three roomson ;: tobacco at the request of Jan "II aPe' gesticulations Indulged In l>y exuberant Nn.1 forPrioList. JACKSO \'JI LE, FLi..J .

on ground floor; two large rooms on sec- ground floor; two: rooms second story. i kins" on June 'M, and aforesaid ""Hagins" lecturers when wishing to drive
1 ond floor. Soft water and flowing well. Electric light; flowing well. Lot 56x: 1 03 i z OPTICIAN. f. : kept tbe barrel of tot>a of number feet. Some trees.
Outbuildings. Variety fruit orange ,
; .' the 30th without finding out that It was mimic and can be taught to repeat -

of grape 12350.vines in bearing.& Price furnished $4000 \ well built nicely finished 1 ..: .u. bad. Then Jan "Haklns" has. some short sentences with extraordinary t

house of seven> rooms and := ',r ii I IIi thing else to nay In the case clearness and also to whistle short
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unfitted bath room, in nice location atsplendid "'>.I,J i: sung quite as w'lIas a parrot. .
S 3.509 For a.nine room ]house: in Seabreeze. Outbuilding:, Rowing well Ii .... The Charm of 511.. i
7 location on Itidge- and cistern. Some orange and grape : A beautiful smile Is as potent lu the qaren Be..' G.....
wood Avenue. Lot 50-foot front. fruit. Price furnished; S4,:50. u Eyes Examined Free. II drawing room as on the utage. Every Queen Elizabeth had a Flemish porter n .
Ii Ii j :
woman can count among her acquaintances who was over eight feet high and

Ii i j: the favored few who possess the of great strength and be was an extremely t

) Farming and Grove Lands. I: At Clark's Jewelry Store. ::l: ,. gift-not a studied conventional smile good natured man. Wheneter
I t that simply tightens the lips across the be met any one \\'ho88 abnormallytall
i.:: f teeth but the quick, responsive expression he used to patronize him lu a

-- -- ------ that springs first Into the eyes and friendly sort of way, and on one occa

++++++++++++++++++++++++++ then to the lips. Another noticeable Ion when he met at an Inn two soldiers
+ t feature of this gleam of sunshine who were met six feet In height ; .

. A FINE PROPERTY fOR SALE !iA + C eo. J. VandeVord which transforms the plainest, face and he said "Come under my arms my lit 'r

4 t can transfigure the most commonplace tle f"lIows.011.. taking them up he

+ Builder and Contractor. surroundings Is that It leaves tbe features walled down the room with them under f
fine residence property on the peninsula opposite New Smyrna T :i as quickly. It appear his arms as If they had been children

+ Estimates furnixliwl. No ape + much to their dlsgratttlllla
Honse of fourteen or more rooms on beautiful knoll, facing on North In- J prentice"!! employed. When/ pill J He Was a )la..

A Soot of Peebles said to his friend to Obllfe.I'uile .
dian River. + want ft good h01J*' built. at n + RYE
Magnificent view of surrounding country and ocean from : !' llacAndrew. "Mac, I hear ye have falltn (to little Bertie, aged five, whois
reasonable cost it will to
pay you + In l love wi' l bonny Kate McAHater." being taken off to bed)-Good night,
upper story. Beautiful.shnde trees about the house. Abundance of good fft my price Urkkworli. 1.la.- + ,
J tprin i-ement work n "pt'f" alty. J i| "Weel. Sanders" Mac replied, "I was (ortle. Of course you always remember ,. stS.- ,., HAVING purchased the entire output of the Crystal
water. Substantial dock near-\erry near-daeln' It, but the bit your aunts! and uncles In your Distilling Co., we are now in position
on river front. : Office and Residence] cor. VolNew : I lassie had nee siller, 1 o I said to myself prayers? Bertie-Oh, yes Uncle Felix I to offer this celebrated brand of whiskey as
( L:1 < as it lasts, at the following greatly] reduced figures:
usia and Second St '}Iac be And I Shall I tell what I ? I ng
: are : I a luon. was a you say say ,

Best of Fishing, Oysters, Clams, Etc. .+...++++++++++4+++tt++++++ 1 1I anon, and noo I puss! her by \\i'\ silentcontempt" "God, and blest God Aunty bless Kitty Uncle and James make and ht rtJ.lo. _.;:;....:.. 4 Full Quarts $3.20

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-I 8 Full $6.25
About three acres of land with house. Suitable for private residence make him fat, and God bless Uncle Quarts,
York Traitor to Her Sex. Felix and"-whkh do you want to be. ,f j1. ; 12 Full Quarts, $9.00
"Oh, she's not at all nice:' said little ,
Sanitarium or hotel sl! fat or thinPunch.I .
purposes. 4
\ Elsie. "She's always wtabln' she was EXPRESS PREPAID

If i interested, write for particular, prices and terms. Ladies' Tailor! a boy." Fat TralB. Crystal Spring Sour Mash WhisKe7

4 I "Well" replied Mal-el. "I wish I was "Is this a fast train?" asked a passenger is thoroughly aged, mellow, delicious and smooth as velvet. This i i-+ a

Formerly of Fifth Avenue, has opened -I too." who was tired of looking at a rare opportunity to supply yourself with a fine high-grade whiskey.
"I know, but she wishes It out loud.
a store for LADIES' TAILORING station at which the train was not sup- AMI TIT T Q f5Trt14 MARIETTA STREET
REAL ESTATEINSURANCE and Remodeling, or anything!' so the boys can bear her. -Philadelphia IHMed to stop. AC Q(, \ ATLANTA. GEORGIASEND

in the Tailoring line. Also French Pres "Of course It Is," was the conductor's FOR OUR LATEST CATALOGUE

r"MPANY Cleaning and Pressing.In The Battle of Life. reply.
a I
lJDAYTONA i the rear of Aultman's store, No man lives without jostling and "I thought so. Would you mind my
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getting out to see what It's fast tQr
I corner Beach and Orange, (i connected being jostled. In all ways he has to I I

with Aultman.> Special attention toGent's ". elbow himself through the world giving Alnar the !Same.
(ISCORPOR.\TED.) and taking offense. His life Is a Tailor's Little with his
Tailoring. Will call for I Boy (walking @!.: @!b.gl g m'ag, I g x: @o J!ss imtI !r wtgrt.Jg gsxjvgs
T E. FITZGERALD, President. BERT FISH, Vice-President. and deliver goods. battle In so far as It Is an entity at all. father, see a street roller)-What's

CHARLES S. HARRIS, Secretary and Treasurer. i -Tarlvle that, papa? Tailor-The street's being | We are-making a Special Leader of
newly Ironed and pressed.-Figaro.
H. STETLAND.
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SHANKS BUILDING A Diplomat.The %
Child-Mother: which had I better
---- -- -- do, go to school In the rain and get "Some men can take new furniture I

........... .. .................... .... soaking wet and probably catch cold and make It look ns! If It was made a I Century Rye.
....... ... ............. ...... .. and die or just simply get an absent century ago." says a Journalist So I

mark against my name?-Exchange.Mary. I can some children.

THE PfCK.RfNDRICKS COMPANY. Clapp's Pharmacy I fare of HI. t-"r lIa. ITlil FAMILY ANIi,MEDlCINAL USE.

Queen of Srot Departing Guest-Dear me, what a > We Guanntxe thin Whiskey to l e E:pinl to any ?:2.0: \\'Ili"by (10

Mary. ...epn of Scots, must have believed I wet night! I wonder If you could give |j tin market. Prn-e 6C9

The Rexall In phonetic spelling, for she me .the loan of an umbrella! IIo!t-
I wrote to her son In 1JTO. ; Certainly, but-well the fact Is. I thinkI .UU PER GALLON EXPRESS: PAID )

Dry Goods, 11Furnishings, Ladies' i Delr Son-I 8'n thlr bvrarra t,, see sow would I* the better for a walk. I'll j" O ju ; FCRMsncn I 61'I I

and brIng me word 1.0.ae do and to just take a turn home with you and 0;

Children's Shoes Trunks Etc. Store I Ior. remember sow. to learn. In tfma to love, shelter roiiby the war." I All oar.Liqiiors: are Guaranteed to Strictly Comply g
Drug knaw and felr God and alit }at, conforme -
!
: to Goddls coromand and good na- 1
ture, to remember )e devrtl. anent hlr' Bright IfoT. NEW PURE FOOD LA'"I.!j. I
II'and Largest Stock, Best Assortment, Lowest Prices yat he* born. sow In hlr sydea. I send "Can you stand on your head?" aik-

Beach st. and Orange Ave. J : sow a bulk to learn j. tuajn. and I ed a visitor of little Dudley. I Send for Price Lst I
pray God sow may learn yal 1.11DD6. "No.: he replied. "It's too high Up." JOSEPH ZAPF & CO.
Foot ol South Bridge. and that h* will give sow his blcMlnar, at
Cor. Beach St. and :
Ave.
Magnolia Daytona. i I do hartlla give sow mrn. In help sow I ImxiXWaiiji
t I sail deserve it quhaa sow com to discretion To grief there Is a limit; not so to i Long Distance. Phone 34.. JACKSONVILLE, FI.A

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... t lw.. { fl U W. DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL I I THUNDER. BASKET-FISH, :- WHEN YOU ARE 'CONTEMPLATOa. \ .. =
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''R. : Odd Jkllda That tied tu E&Ut I1MJTB I. fVkrn DrUd. the Queer m' Galvantzed tin Roof 'a Hoi tauTII4aCBror
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FOR BOYS.DAYiONA'BEACth. .t Old. Rnrn.t.te Plaster of r'arla.At getting; a' Iron Tank a new .

. : CONRAD GROCERY CO. : Thunder Just llE''au It U a nol- its marine the residence! name ou away the dow door of the other metal necessities required to complete A modern i
I e eI 1 for which there I* no viiMe cause. lIu: In deep water .. any 0-

E. C. GOULD, M. A. always unsclentifie excited: so the it Is Imagination natural that of tbe tbe plate belongs would to a be lll'Cil'1t".\ trophj called'ton.opliiurau and I It dwelling, remember: that *

Successor E. T. Conrad & Co.) } most outrageous miperstttlon Rrout It has a well market l t-outrol disk Dot<
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but Las n) nUIl. Fro;
Btorm should date bark to tbe time unlike a clam 5l SON
NASH
body radiate: arm!!, fire I In C < I
MISS KATHERINE A. CRAWFORD when ereryliody. more or less!', was uideutific this central S I
!
i Full and Complete I clue ofa writer explains the number like those of-the familiar t'tar. i DAYTONA. FLA. .
Carry a
I and Piano. divided IntQ
Teacher of Voice belief of his day that "a etunu is sal fish and these arms art
follow prrneQtljrbeu a c'OwP1t1l1of I minute branches, like the twigs. cm and reliable service at fair prices. $
r Studio over Clark's Studio to number lu some cased a i are Lest prepared to give; prompt
and until
I Line of Plain FancyGROCERIES hogges ruune crying home, on tt tree, they i
Address Seaside Inn, Day) ground that "a hoxge is most dull ane I thousand separately denned halrliltendrils. General repair shop oil Yolusia.A\"enue, nest to the Armory.
or phone body is not I hr*",
the
I lof meUudiol! nature! and no l 1'1 rt'a': I While
I leach Fla. a "'n.1.1 l inensrilx : .? I Out of town work eolicited.Nt1M1N $
tona dntli forcM the raine tliat corn the ranrhes+ when "\ i Plivi.e .,S,
......... .. ... : son 11creature ,
--- ,, Incites in diameter
] piKhtren
-- Proi ut
I --- --- I..ullrol I ll ISKP t ". In hN !: >
: .th. .N..NMN
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!: ELITE DRESSMAKING PARLORS! no, tieatlnn Ft'prlllOtlnjl" C1:..;'b. m pu.I : bus the i ower of Inc i'rl'i!:!!;: MNN .e11f

tin,,!' that tbund"r In ti. mnrninl. theca tiranrh: until It 'Insflr, rosnri' I

r -Ji. -0- I The MIFM; NjMik4iuJ:; Tur..rIa .. I "11I'ltlM "ln 1.: hr>nt noon. ruin and I" bl Ies a ....11(10l1"h., Tit'' it .1n4"* tihraueht "i I ...................11/1111111i1111.111ti1...11R1.
and almnt to die rr>i !ntn2: I In I
\to 1".11..1 l a l'i"" ","..1..i,,: I 1'<<1 rlor : the .vening' a groat I"ml.'t. .
t'I writer ** on f ""r. that kbspo" anon ln*1 i
tin
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CLOVER HILL 13U1 rI+.R. :1 in Ihv MM < 'lIf..III..t'l k' "Some metro tint their sronn'l I *.... It tax coon cl'Pti tie nnnir nf !ii<..k'fii I I i BARNES the Novelty Man !

not> that :S'lndsir'n thunder *h''ltM ? Ir fr...niputlv; when i ntiitlit.. brHnlcp. I ,
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. bring: the dnnth .>f lp 1 .rn...l mrn. Jmlc" : for that Is the only \\':1'It ('AnIIf .-

a The Conrad 51 -- - and othor; :\f1:11.: the death <.r taken tlirnwx tilt these arms <'Ir I
t Grocery Company. women; Tuesday'!, plenty tr grain; Ii iwrts flf then wi that a jierfect rpevi< : SELLS EVERYTHING. i iI
THE DAYTONA KINDERGARTENAND Wednesday's bloodshed! ; Tbu1'I' = E. T Conrad.&: ( &'s. old stand!. plenty of cheep and cum Friday's, the rail condition : Especially Stationery, Fishing Tackle Crockery :
PRIMARY SCHOOL. and other These arms and their suudivUiot .
slaughter of a great wan J : Chocolates Souvenir PostCards
...... ..-* horrible murder. ;Saturday', a general 1 are almost bite when dried and closely I Glassware, Lowney's :
: and Notions.
pestilent plague and great resemble plaster of parts. They atTery : Talking Machines, Dolls Toys :
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nated on nay :Start.BELIE : l.rittle.a..U, broken and l'allllot
--- -- -- -- After this the gay and Ilght+ tlt'trtb'1:
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Bh lice the :
111.11111 .111 ..1111.. .............................. -- ner shown tlY Lord \ be repaired The among I : BARNES
seawieUs aid! buppused 1 tt) .
ABBOTT H\IV'NES Prir. ward these grate tuattt-rs In his "Defrnsatlve" roots of are .
I is most theertng ..It 1 1chauntvth I feed upon these, moving; about by :
c : Will also frame Pictures, sharpen your Saws
I with tht'lr! I I your
and
claiuberiu
i Y Curiosity is Not Always a Sin. i ir i DR. W. A. GOVE thcnder about bcmetlues that time" he and writes season, "to or I I arms wriggling or fastening upon the roots null ,: : Knive, Scissors, Lawn Mowers i Etc, and will :

.l the years when swauues Latch tb.-Ir pulling them!el\es alou:;. repair almost anything that is out of whack.
; young and yet no doubt It I Is a pars. I Most of the knowleilge. r"gudlug I i i iI
: I their habits Is conjecture, for none
Dentist.DRS.ATWOOD&RAWLINGS that RememberBARNES
dos of simple men to think a In Fact for Any Want
I. i It will to investigate ; swanne cannot hatch wltllvut a crack!. Late been taken ante and kept for sun ,
pay you them t'x:
4 tti.r'.tl.: HI.I tg"wl".1 ,,".1 t.dti.tul. of thunder" London! ('hruiilcleA I1dt'llt time to give proper
aiulnatlon and >tu.ly.- st Nicholas !'

I i the .prices and quality of ourGROCERIES _. I'IIONC l: I"I 9.! STUDY IN MILEAGE. i, i!'f ; T
--- ---- HOW TO KEEP YOUNG.

ii ttmvol Kry ......1', Hal a '.ad. i -- I: THE NOVELTY MAN. : Jr
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.rd .( II* Onm.Lnglih I He Hvpvfiil ttuld U rr> !
: "l'caJ.nguuutrlt'l! : hate foul I Idltr..rt'nt Ibe \....I.K !side of Life. I : 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, FLA. :
L We considerable Physicians and Surgeons. wile ur \\oiucti more than men are possess i :
i can save you mlk" -the ordinary : TUO.NE 30.
hi' with n dread of growing old Dot I
r 'Jsr uml the geographical or i.au
t.: feel
: IIr. Atwood)* nttit','. No :!JSPr : Ri.InoJ.. tital mile of tJi(.S*., nuLiug a differ' realizing that maturity has Its charm I II :............111.11111111.N.11111.1.1.1.1.1.1.I.1.Ii

$ $) $ $ $ J) u o) 3) eiu'e of about onM>tenth between tli'. I and lIIIIIt'Il"atlou We wish younpeople ;
KiinlmcioltiitMMfHiillvC. (; .. dru.ton; ... two then there N th> SmUli: mile totCH \ oftener bad it impressed upon .@iO'!>!" -- --- -- --'- feet and the IrMi Hilie ..f rKjfe :,' Ihcin that they may provide, for a harry -

C. BOHANNON, *>t four t arions fiill'. ('n'ry one or old' age toy laying up a reserve of( 1 REAL !
ii S. W. CARROLL I I I whi< h I.. still in IIMTlirii >. MMind health and a !'t..re of happyntrmorie' ; : J.C.BUTLER 1

Physician: and Sit: g(' in. aliiuwf every ..itmi'trt hit il-. :, as....sell. "s l hy uilti'atlU!. ESTATE.
:: whit-b will >u1la
ono "tl1l1.ltr,1 mile The KOIIMIIH ht.1 1..1. The North Beach Grocer. : Other) over tI.l'\tvtsal I'harnaey.II.'b 1 their mill. |psirrannt.11.x' .pairs. whkh I IIII".t I "t youth .\" for these wh are already l.1I %, Cottages For bale or Rent. Phone 234.

st. sire't. II"'TtI .\, F f.oalp.t. hate I..ti "I.'l1t t..1 fort In I I :11'l'rnIt'hilu: middle age. there .r n.l'O IIEUII; & tLOUIUA I '
length IIIII"-s ter nttrrtl.. lu "a.nr'1 lit nil. surer war to grow' old premature : ; "' '. .' Xi\i! !I'L1itktFL3; 'i N7G"
.'.ri\!\!t !!'!\!'SpLl! !\!\!\! !\1.'i'.! @! g( !
Telephone) No.) 19.I,) T..k'phone So. 74.E. h'Jinlltri" great .1..1.111 is|>arity. I ITill' I'Y I than to dread the future It is essentiaL -
::..,.11'4 if we wi-h to keep young t<"
.e.......................................... ....: fet In Centum; leiiKlh.mile more of than t'"lays four and l a I .ulmate that lutpc-ful habit of mindliarac'teribtic 81) "..." ",,. ,iiii,. "...ii"ii..i".ii. ... iiiii""iiim "i".vni.'iil 'ifWi, iiin.'WU

L. STEWART. M. D. of youth-the hop which
mile
half times as lung as our
l and l the I'ru'l' wakes tine able to ay with Browning. :
the "IIIt'tl
:'.1,11...11111................................... i Physician and Surgeon slant The enjoy iMiUh.a mile that Is 15IIt) ff't't 'The l lest U jet to tome" and wish. I ILUt'y I Miller=Strohm Co. I i
: lair i
life is
: MALLORVLINES long, three and a half times the leugl Ijircum. 'Cxery year
!opmlal. attention to l>lMaMuf lli<* of ours and for Smlhs get more eiei.uf :er and! deeper and more lieautlful In
j 1 ErE.: i: KAtt, THROAT and NOMl: :. iu walking; one of their miles that It.. osMlMlties". .." AIIIe.1 with this attitude C

urn,.*>and rc>i ....rl..r ralmctto a\rn.lr.Trlephoor. I wile Is .153 yards long while our i I" Its to see the amusing! side of life : I
.,: !furry and \exatloii m t'r'h.t. would
only' 1.:'O )ur.I". The Italian mile I I. :
: SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS only a few feet lotiger than ours; thItoiuju .. I eiter !.... laughed at result lu disfigur PECK & FOSTER.

"' A. L. Reid the Tailor I : mile is shorter while the 'lu-' lug wrinkles Al o\e all. If the y..ar"l.rilll :
fix STEAMSHIPS. eau and the TurUMi miles are lo' ;: us. MM they hould, a better nu .

LuK""t n.1 l innot thoromrlil .iii I.!i.f' |1.1 +.ntrr'" !.trnrnahipa; on the yards longer The Swedish:: mile Is *land lertaudiii of ourselves, a'ruadeolllg :
id' ..,. 'iiact. i> again at the (:iloln1 thing tore I a half tinier and the Vienna ions t t.f a,ti\e human sympathies! a flrmei I Groceries and Grain. I II

f' \(o ()\iUCIUl\\II\i.: ) : and is jirejared to do your t.nlorin;) nil!., !Is four and a half times th' faith III rro\ldeuce. we bliall find late. ;

S'I'\TEW ''tnlS \m: ro;>muLyriu.vmion : ; : >)> in first-*.lass sh.ijn) IJppniring: anprc length ..f the Kngll: mile 1'earHoii't. abundantly worth the using, no mater
Important ti,,...., "m,$, a* no in".in* win he HUM I to .u.,1 i WH'1.11.! I what may be the number of our. '
the number of berths, or the .atinlt{ ('np.uitof Dininp) Halls, thus in- I 'SMIIR a specialty live 1110 j a Birthdays\\estern Heview !Im..I.'f.I.I.I.II..I.I.lm.l.am.w.l.wm u mmm..wIw/ .Y".W'.INmm>>mHA"\

i luring all pan*>nirtrn indi\'illIlLlllt'nicv and attention rail if r you want KO lMl! work. "..... rr.1 Mo...lrrjr. -
k I'ASSENGKHS: LEU; KSONIU.K: l KKKY: THCKSlHY: I I(8I At Njloxrtik, In the Russian: govern i She heart of a ( hlld. i. -- -

( >SrheiluU- of cln|.i' in Florida, Tim.>t&-nion.; ) ment of ArdI u"... is the moM remarkable That whitli disparages us and quick. ,i ********************'****k- ""' ****.
LOWEST: RATES TO NEWOUK; AM \l.l. POINTS NORTH.. S. H. GOVEi monastery lu the world. The won. (ns revolt U I no less a factor In ahild's : t
Including delightful: 1 n.\ LIMIT 1 SMI. through; the I" i of IQn.t"k Is iiulosed on e T- (' emotional life Hut thcje Is this :

Through! tit IvtHKold F\MOIS to all "Northfin*Kt t I-I.\:: jxiint-I'S" For Information ltI'It.1F.a AM> I'ONTK.MTOllrsideiiif cry artery side by a wall of granite bowlder:. tlltl't'fl'III't'-W" have the better t'Pllllri i i QEO. P. JOHNSON i ii
to defend ourselves and to obtain -
: regarding attraction off,'nl I>.\ no itlitr line: ilinfirnin: rrMrv.ttioiin. and unite, uortlif t coriiT or whiih measures nearly a wile in tilruuifereute unity !
The monastery' itselfvry .,. reparation So there is a l't'rtaluI.tlhl.tc
t Lets, etc. apply to
CHAS. DAVIS RiJ/l"Wt""II/ ) un.J \'oliiMHUfUuec.I'll !otrongl fort I tied, being: 1I111'llOrt- pleasure iu t'landln"Ith! hu i i CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
i1Vv'tav,4stIvrtHoridalm. !
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about inanity where Its joys its longings ItmKnrrassiieuts ,
.. .;! ,. one *'J. Dartona. Fluritli cd l>y round aud square towers
*n rABriit.
J : Geo. II (Clark ux.ul.\b..llt. Dajtonii Ha -- ------ thirty feet in height whit walls t'l'nt1rt'i.'t and! its disappoint i i
i l and and i! DAVTONA: BEACH FLORIDA.
t ..........1....11..1....1........................ D. D. AND C. M. ROGERS in thlikncbs. The monastery eon- nents art implest newest f fk i ,
where 1 is absolute
Impotency
t "ist' In reality of slshurchII.: : whic erforce. I
r CIVIL ENGINEERS are completely filler with statues of Give we tub most uncommercial: the :i.I fe
all kinds and precious i stoues. l"pouthe di\'ln.It of enterprises for my own! I I :e rMiniiites }Furnished on Short Notice.

N s Offices DAYTONA and walls and the towers surroundin Give me a child to be at home with to I I : .
\ MIAMI. FLA these churches are mounted huge guns, be |10 absolute c-onfldence with: It 1 I .. ---- r

DAYTONA .J which lu the time of the Crimean wa annot refashion my warped, wrln ::
1 work done in first-class
v : All strictly
manner.
I Daytona Office Established 1875. were directed against the British WLltei11 tied and discolored. old soul Into the a

i squadron mblased graces and the ethereal purl I.
TRANSFERand ; Daytona 1'riNsinjj and t ly of th1'lrlt of the chili. let me now .........*...*........*.**.*********-******. **********

'lou Karrvrtlr. tad again open that little door and
Clraning EstablislinuntI : dweller [hut injM-ir, in that little heart Just for
LIVERYC. I' "Lafct Saturday aid the flat the sheer delight of Patterson lIun"I'f .N.N....NNNN.11.p11111NNN1..................
; I Rilift s and tents 1I"tl..I'I..an.'J.) prew' I "I went out Into the hall and law :
Z/S 1 ,,1 "IlIllly..l.| also 'iln'fmai '''>rWNJANIN a woman on her knees vrubbing thmarble < lu Success! Magazine. '
i E. JOHNSTON I
Proprietor Bond Lumber
I very well, waking) It a beautiful Company
I l :\ / : Di : LYONS dead white I thought to myself : Bad I-or Tall Hat. I
I I :"t'w't'ar'M etc, which Is sacred tofit.
I -It;i7 I I'-'iv.'h st. 1I1 I a\tona. fla. This Is a good corubwomau; III ask! ) MAMFACTIRERS
1 have the Best Livery iu the City witLwhite timers familiar with her to mrub my kitchen and clean lujwindows' ) I Sylvester. Is celebrated in Berlin 1 1I : i
t'r I the blowing of tin horns. the ring : ROUGH AND DRESSED OFBER
I I did.Abe mruMied all the<
all roads.Trek for tL" Silver Tipped : '
Itig"
I paint off the floor of my kitchen and I Lug! of bells!! and all other devices for PINE AND CYPRESS L,
THIS FINESTBATHS j, stashed the paue of two wIndow. entlrely uaklng a noise The only horse play I .
pfI 'Phone 37 Opposite Public School"ElegantExcellent I hllhtl ....1 In N at the expense. of the !r
I s I out. I i Lath Shingle*, Flooring, Ceiling Brick Lime |
7 \ "1 was glad I dlda't ask her to wash tearcr of the silk tile Any one oil ,

uij face," she finished New: York he street Is privileged to bring; his! aiul Lenient in Stock one aDd ) ardi: Etit Coo
ON EARTH Press.!! ,ane down on the crown of the of :, lunway and Oraliitl AYnu

MKN AND \VOMKX :i.V? nding' ': headgear as hard and as often : i :MII.Lrt-Hond Mill, Atlantic Coast Mnc n,..,lie mile south of JaekionTlllf.
I 1011) W'bra Honeymoon Kmd. a" he t'lllt.llt'n the man with thelilapidatetl Kalaraaiooon Sanford Branch of tin K E.C. Ky
How," said the young man who had :: hat complains to the po- :
!1" LILY WATER been In tbe matrimonial game foinearly ice the only consolation he pets I Is, "Iteres ': : Phone 83 R. J. MALBY Manager.McClellan .

The Beet W.ter f.r Table I's. I a week "tan I tell when the !'> you right for wearing it on Syl. ...... .... .......+..++++.. ..........................
.+ That what the}' sa>' when we have LIGHT iioueyuioon is o>er'( ester!! .
ELECTRIC nig'at"I ----- --
I It will he over answered!! the mat -
finished our work Our work will PLANT! I who had been married three times,. .WtV I),.Mou ..
,, I "when your wife stops telling things "\' are,anaemle." sajs the phyIclau Si Edwards
boar the. most tntical (examination as and begins to uk questions"*-ChlcagcS'ew sl after thumping and prodding

it is dune on.i'nlifit' principles and'lug --- *. "\o\l should practice deep breathing" Manufacturer* of
'iH-c-p breathing retorts! tbe pa
!Hllao Wright K. \\rlbt.Jl| ji ,
orlat Paagrr. lent "Why. doctor that Is Just whatdo
Bee ttt .
()\ sanitarr earl'S.o
So lone. as we have at the tiottoui ol 1 all the time 1 work in a subway ; Window and Door Frames,
.\ J. D. Carmichaei( WRIGHT) & WR\GHT, o\n octatfahdeanarmrot ragaboods e'Jar) hlity feet lUv the street I.....
hand to mouth liters and sum) dwell ('L"-JntlFe.
I Phone No. 6/. Attof'fteI\P-lt-*,:1W Pra haf) stan f'\\, tlttty. tout mouthed. Window and Jjboor Screens.
r..r.d" VA no.!*A. FLA
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f so long are wen tmmineut clanger le.lsr. r)t;,.
OfiWe in Telegraph office, DrLixn \
And It U want of work wMcAfor makes lit' honest whh >oursetYittteet I f ,
d .. .. / J't''fttU., this arrnlIrr tbe temptatloutt.sy nothing to otbrs "'oIOUitd \\1\,1\, put tt\\\1n\1\\\ any \let style Israel-

I <' that you do not think and play no I ..\i&, \.a\U"\ '*, hand Uail Vm rl l for Sf tit[ ot I'orc5: T"ort.

: Tart Rtort. reeks with loUt own mind Of all Spin I .mn 1.umilo.tf any kind made t Chairs, N-t.
"Young man, you are better fed than le evil spirits u\'roo.at this hour ot order
I aught said the professor angrily tile world Insincerity: Is the most dan j two, Stai"',+.Ta'*''..Ktf.,Turning ad t Scroll ,awiJlg.I .

"Quite right blr My father fl"el1sme. "-;frous'.-J. .\. Kroude /
LUMBER. ,." answered the student London I We are making: a stricgjy 1 l JighgradeI
fit Bits. U.r Kind wt T..I... ,
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cram.... "Pop"1",,*, my son" I Moulding'} for JDkarior use.

i "You said that when we were mar "What kind of wood do they me
i Framing Flooring Siding
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YELLOW PINE tied :you would refuse me nothing"Til lost in tanning;: ?" '

1 Ceiling and Finishing. be still more generous I'll not \\ell. when I went to school my Our work is all made front }jest; Selected} Stock
even refuse yon nothing. I'll glee It to "r y, they used birch.-Yonken States- the

Brick Lime Cement ou" --- W81l. with the olijw} "f gmiiff s55Jsfai.tion. Ask 1 for what

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AND The first English: work on anatomy IH not borrow trouble/ The Interests }ou may want t
Gypsum Wall PlasterCYPRESS vas by Thomas Vicary. In 1543Milne I ; too high.-Dallas News.
F < I
Estimates CheerftQ
the a!... Chip Ml 'k. la Old Block. Uy Furnished.Look .
Finishing, Bevel, Siding, Jones So the price of that "old mas- Tommy Twaddles-Ob. I don't want \
-' er" is. fiat'. It doesn't! look to be to; go to 8C hoo1. I for the sign i on Nor Hidgew'ood Avenue.
I Shingles Lath \ h (
MouldingsTHE worth J10 Pa Twaddlesr-But don't you want a '
FLA
Art Dealer-Yes! but remember It good education? 'hone 123.: DA y'rONA,

BEST.NORfiAN. was painted In 1240. Just think what Tommy Twaddles' (Ingratiatingly _.

I SIO at compound interest, would :\'o, pa% I'd rather grow up to be Just I p e e r . .
mount to for that length of time! like you.-Tit.Bits ..' o .

5. DAYTON Is.,."/..... laronildrralr Brvtr. Daytona. Icef: company, f
Old Doctor-What are those white "I don't know why Enpeck can't get :
bjects I see In the distance my dear? dung better with his wife. He's alays .
r MAaNOLU Ave ."' -.E.CR; ,. lias Pert-Those are signs advertising ready to take all the blame" PURF ICE

_ r PHONE. DAYTONA, FLA. four profession ilr. Old Doctor Ah, I "But don't you see? That deprives 1+ Made from Dii
1 thought they might be tombstonesIts her of the pleasure of loading It on I"hlm. 1fater
Pert-So they ara ."- Factory corner Hail tilled <
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LOCAL EVENTS. Recent arrivals at The Clevelandare I: Situ B. Wright of DeLand was''THE PALMETTO I 9 Death of k Visitor.Mics :.1.1.1.......1.....1.1..: :Thefi ,..,are recent amrtls

: Miss L. D. Smith, Miss Mildred on our streets Thursday Louise Nahe. aged 21 jeir-: *, died : TOURIST'S : at The yfan: P. ]E. BaricUow, .

tft.I l" e Andrews Cincinnati, Ohio; John II. I at Srhmidt'* Villa Sunday: morning of Aurora. J. B. Smith Plainfield
faLt
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i O. D. Young, of l Frankfort( Ind., : CLUB'S \1E TIN G.ktt .
:1Ve desire to express our thanks Adams, G. W. Morris, Portland Me.; has accepted a position with Clapp'sI'harmacy. consumption. the body was: preparedfor : SHOPPINGAT : N. J.; W. L. Vanderlook and wife,

for the liberal patronage you hate Mr.and Mrs. C. B. Crane, Green-*i pany burial and by taken the to Bingham Brooklyn& Maley for interment Com-- Miss IL E. Vanderlook, Chicago, UL; ;

r bestowed' upon us in the past. We port X Y.ilMle 1 Mrs. Hotchklss Discusses Sun Spot I Tompiiiied: bv the .t>rrowingimtlitr : Adolph M. Jaehde, Leesburg, Fla.;
Miss !I.nulf ndcrvvml I I. uf Washington I
invite jour further l'O-tllll'ration| and Harbor for Tniuuki trip i A Series of Lectures to Be (liven.; I IBeginning II of the: .1.It.t',1 : WALLACE'SCURIO James E. Manning Sew York City; '

will endeavor to further reward you I 111'1.| | | )is |the| gll.oot (if her sister : I Ii \ll-- N.ilir ttid li...t rn..lint had KTII i! Rodney Hill and wife Butte Iowa;
The Beggar Priuce Com : Mrs F. b, January 28.i : STORE
Opera Uu
with honest goods, conscientious Clapwi I in > tuna about two st'1'ka. It id said :I : Dr. 11 k Werner and wife, Thomas
Ii pany will play an at'I i |i i The regular "*mi otithly meeting oft I that the young lady fell heir to $'\0.000 .
engagement
r attention and prompt service Mr and Mrs E. A. Bryant gave t ju=t a fw wwk, ago : \MlLBHINO\Ot IN TOICIIYITH W Va
i I the I'almt-U..luL c a3 held at tI.f" club
the
L. n. RowE & CI.r I Daytona commencing 24th This an enjoyable* dinner I part}' t.> Mr. I I I \.. TILE I APnr, ..<5T
: I room on Thur d Ii v afternoon and \\at: j ---- -- ---- -- --- - -

, The Jewelers [:company will be remembered as one and Mrs B B Marsh and Mr and well attendit! MiK-h intf'rf''tVa!!| ........................... : .\ -SORnIE T AND BEST ..........................I* ;
I of the best which vKite )Daytona the .li""I"'If'l1 amid 1 1I 1n'lIl'dl..1 -CI l DILO TC'K OF GOOO: + '
Mr S. I1, Leland New \ manir..IC'\1 in .pil'-
I on intlav
\VAU.U'Elii{ ill this A Few of the We
: hiss If. 11 Kelley of Dupont, isl last I trrdit 'I|,. : put was..n ,01{ ,,HXi Things Carry: JMligatiT i
boa* ti '
great on .IMwhof>:trrnlmiiiMM .
at Tin Glenn .', at The I'mex : ; lirgi: liar I III ('i 1'1' (11.,1'-( l.II '. (boils Mexican Drawn j
L l :ndlf HirU.r li.ivr () j I 'idpHlf'll. : .> ".11I.1 ant an-I. I bind, Wl HAM I.: sLMUIIM: : | .:>
DoylrVUk
Hie I Poll thanes Bndgi ( ..., liafonslrm Id 11urk, Hand Painted China.ICVT
}lrl'. G. Weaver baM I"tllurnl,1 from I Indic tNiuii:; (pr' t- : 1 politic" *l .md is III I I tiit. im-11 l :.\K ti1.1'1'.1S i )\n"
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l''rJ iiioriiiii.I) !t for'Iloul"kan1 ,'r Ird I Itnt. Mr- \\,- !I' k .., lo.11IIOIIIIT : ( 'llilla.I''ht Knives the} -
: a tine plank appnvulifrom t"'r. -" -i-i'-n liucvtHindkcnliicfs
'ir.ittith I I Ust nuk,'. \\ ,' MI: :"UNT: ::
her Mrs .1. K
a \ daughttr, .
I 1 Perry, formeilv of tin Ititta the Ito.nji to )Ih! roadway I : al tli:il Mr-. l.-a.'tt" M 1..II..r. \1:1I : rndr.utlee; I''ry |l.itie t.J( it. .Ml in Daytona, ,
])tt-UIJ11.
Turner at nrtta\ i n'-.4I.| WALLACE'S.If .
luouldgitea- -
douua Hotel, at Brighlou I Reach! t lie fast t.ml) of I InI'tirl Orange I ; : tit vt d" "H.iis and slnpx Call "range Wood Novelties, -
{Call on Barnes at the Novelty Thl'I road luirs. <"Irta.'trl'ir.g.: JuiiniV ::'. iitidt" r : ;11I,1 I N e il No tioubk, tohov ( and
I Couoy Island, will preside at the bridge. is: mm u>j>iii for the au-plc.r"f: t the, ilub :stason tit I.I I.- : 'anc\ll'il'cs| Cigar .

Store for nice stationery. I 1 I desk at the Grand Atlantic during travel over the bridge to the beach | tt Iran-tor.ibk. to my member a'I II i: a la it'e rue stctk OIlso have of You are Looking Holders, Souvenir Spoons and Jewelry -

The St. Augustine Rifles have i the season and will be found a very and will make a very popular drive I family, will furnished, fur $200; or j. {IMPORTED' Peat Card Books, View Book .

been ordered disbanded( by Adjutant pleasant gentleman. The attention-of our reader is a .single admi. wu ticket for 50: cent j: DOLL'S for SomethingNew from a'e lit' to SI.00, Post Cards and _


waa the cause': the electric light plant. in another column Thi popular '!Ion the flute, wilha! >.nifsiiiimrnt on the | '...1...a.e.**..r.r.....1.1. ...- 1.- 1.- 1.- 1.- 1.- 1.- 1.- 1.-1.- 1.- 1 a- 1.- .-

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For first class work-Daytona F, B. Penor will leave for Jacksonville house ill now under the manage- plaUo bv Mls+ Kuhltixjl : : itat :
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I I Mrs Julia& : Ib>thkis4 gave a deeplv i iI i Surprised Their Friends.It High School Notes. l
Steam Laundry phone S. tfMrs. tomorrow and expects to ment of henry Schmidt A. Son, '' S
inlereetingaridintnm live talk on"Sun ha* recently leakt-doiit that henry : tore. :
make that his for August H. Schmidt having been I Along the line of educational matter,
city headquarters Spot*Their Cause and Effect illustrated II'I.Elizsl.th .
W. II. Quay. Mrs. Glenn'smother Piepgra, of Orange avenue. and l .
some time. His family will not ac- given an interest in the house by his with drawing made by the ( Boeuf wereeretlj marriedseveral . an interesting little affair was held a

and Mrs. John A. Quay ofleadville. company him but he will probably father. The house still holds its deserved I speaker The discourse Mr. Hotrh- sucks ago The man friend> "i : Give Us a Call. : short time ago in Epwnrth Hall.

Pa, arrived Monday kiss showed exhaustive reseanh and The members of the High School
with tourists of the hr.de: and tender1inglhtid
return for them week later. !\ popularity the ]I groom :an now .
night and will be guests of The a and study of her subject, and was listened ) eongratulition!; *. in uhichl 1 Alumni, with their invited guests held .

Glenn until after the races. Walter T. Casey, his sister Mrs traveling public. i ifllere i to with rapt attention b> hr hearers, II } the Cazette.: -News heartily j"m". and atthe I I : No Trouble to i first annual banquet The class historieswere

W E. Cole and Miss Molly[ She1, of is a bargin ir. les'ulenceproperty I Mr*. v were then sang in her charming I I. saute tune takts the IillI'flY if 1 pub. mtere:*.ing, and the toast-wponvshippilTgi
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Sewing machines for sale and andhippvwi\-.- -.1.! .... with pion" \ ti. It was 1\ very sueeecs-
Mass established for at Holly Hill, if sold) within I \ I h;-hini; ntirw..f it ': rent at Barnes Novelty Store are New house of four I l1.l"'IJIIllIilJl"t[ b> Mist HobmstiiiTh : llarti',1I I Ikttinl. I.. 1'MHi! ;, Mr Ilea I i i! ful md ,'njov able affair.

a Commodore F. D. Hughes and the season at SchmiJt's'illa.. Mr sixty das finished .. IIIUSK. of the aft .rn"on w:im icharge t( rv PMpgrts to Mr1Lhzalnth! B..Ht'f.1|,1.1 i ...1.1.....1.1...1.1.1I : The (credit of the undertaking Ul's.

i Casey who is here because of ill rooms nicely on riverfront j <.f Mr.. Mil-arm I II II widow of the late Iran >i> Ionic Ifo-l with the president Elizabeth Sllv email,
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. i wife of New York City drove over health is much improved lot contains -' acres' half: of I I Mr*. Uuger antiounttil that one day j jH>ld lkwuf.1, C.114'1.11I. il'partrix. <.f I I New Years lathering. and the ex-president.:: Billie Baggett.

\ from Orlando in their Ford runabout which is dtared and half ill heavy ",..u.lloe! .set apart for atnu IIU'ht &" .Ifly i i"t. (I Jtir:i. 1'rtn.,.. i: May they live lone and prospertheAlumni
\ Good horse for sale heap In -: \'\altntin'iila\, I Frhruary1I Flithj' I \1 TIM' :111111I:11I the New liar waaitletirited
New Year Day and will be ] timber. Price :ML1HI 1 I. Daytona j I we mean
quire Harry Wilson, north of Sea- I 1II"IIII'r tif the flub i-t to scrod lit Mr", 1 1'J I'. I b)' a Ka'h' 'nngtif friend who I SchoolS
guests of Schmidt's Villa until after I heal Estate' and I Insuruup Com-i il In the last i..IJf".f the High
tol 1.. stui.ir'wof, tht Installation of Oftkcri.: ttitelhcr with th tif ,the .h.. .>ej
I bree/e.<< High St'hool 1. If :NIMT uhoi-i -I|"1) i i iI i i :: guest' u '
i 'ntmel, there sere two mistakethat
the automobile races. C. R I Harris .. .
I l any'- 'rretarv. I idiv I ui ritinal v:IIt'lllillt'I"llIllt'r.+ i I Halifax l.tnly.. ,; No S1. F. A: .\. M I :Itr"J'J1r ., were plta antlv t nttrt:uinil by IHII=II Iwiuld l'e explainwl The Sentinel has
Miss Marion Thompson returned' I frit ntN ,M'-d 1 I.. -..nd : I .,.it:ition' and I ..o'ial l on\ersation,.
Fletcher has line i bringing in rr'Irt. their Thurdi '
of i | night
a large new \I r. and Mrs I E..M. Condit I i I. .f ; mtftin ) two biiMiioKs rn.'U1ageNlIe'itt .' Jmood11 -
souvenir j-nst cards at ONE CENT I to Tallahassee Monday last to resumeher and Palimttoavinnehave I one for ath frieml !!', it-taii''Ilheotlr!: = PLtf'.r| the ensnlug I ]l'frf'1ohnlf'nt'r.: :; .. 'r\'t..1 l totNt and din'm-e I If'nr.ett.

studies at the Florida Female Orange I j ".'rr Kill ;ri"'iIl'r.11" \irtuo-... I',I. v','arI ven, alter whiih! th.'v ill joint; 'd in a
EACH. Beat quality and<<1 largest recently l>oen entertaining a .-.)11 plo land I ..ur..f mid Through, !same' unexplaininl rrror, the .
the
College, after spending Christmas Mint! I IlizalstiiGrienoirrs.q: pr:ino, I|I I Hit I lodgt w:id honorrd. in hiving Pit J'I i FOIIJ; tUartftl| w ithing ,
assortment of Chicago lady friends ujion llieoicasion '- will gi\r a recital<< M">nda\ ,'. (:rand I Ma! -trr Silas; It. \\'rig.hl. ..r It.- had. :UI.II..t\I.... a Ilappand l'r..I..r- drawings forwarded by the artist, AI-
week: with her parents }Jr. and Mrs .nillg'l I \\'iKm
New' Yloar. li> r were never printed
James L. Wilson has accepted a of their first visit to IVavtona February llth, at eight "txlotk Land, a* instiling" (tiltittr; and 1'ast I ou"
Palmetto
Graham I
Thompson, on : the I 1'alinrtto Hub ro..m. Orange avenue rand: MasUr Fames Carnell\ ofOrnjondlO.rand .
of
vu: Mrs[ J. P. IJiaves: wife -
the Florida Cast
position on Coast avenue treisurer wf the FIIM-O Uaihv.n 1 Lillt" The lidn", tif the duh> are a'rv t|....ir. ,I I Mifslial.V ...;......;....................................NI ....
extension and left for Miami Thursday .
1 | tills" "t rttliKins the I.Jllli..i to | .
f 1II1'I1I1.'r" and I
*Try Bmhuood for fresh meats I and Miss Edith: M I. Baininl, one of I lirKenutnlwr. < so .1 I 1 P.:. <;.\RItI|" \ R. l II. TAYLOR f
night Mr. IVilsou's'Iatnily !o\'lIt-'in'' rents ami the t>nl> way tfdoing f'ral.i.it....+ were present and uijovedtheovst .

will remain in Daytona for the |>ITHeut Manager Osborii of the Openi i the instructors in cheumistry at the ( it i* to know v<'rv ;"Hi how man)' 'r :-ul'l'.r| in the new l>an<|Uft .

.. House has arranged with Fourl'uk<< Chuago t'lii nfsilJ. Both have itturnid '- I' will pltdgt tin.iii-..lcsto take tnktts. : atI hill\ foil,Wins the mstillition: \ tin i For .Viiytlnnjr: Electncal call on the ; .

I enthusnstn, lovers of Div-) I! tint prin. If any tino wishing tlumwill 1,1 Ntie.. I. .
date of
You can find suitable) clothingfor erts Companyfor a return I :f either h'phone or stud a |p"stal to Mr:*,
one week commencing January 17 I toua.I t i I it Electric Co. i
either warm or cold weather at I Huston corner ll 'a<'li and lave Oak Daytona
This popular here will he I a"llII&k,' : i .
The Globe. company is very streets. it appreciated, Port Orange. j iI, .
and will no doubt be greeted with it [Mtssible for a greater nuinbt of |I..t.. I .
I : ':: S ulb, I IHMI.h -'; i.aflit ClubHouse :
Recent arrivals! at the Palmetto overflowing; houses i pie to I'njllY'I'r: delightful and profitable I Mr. ll.nrv :Gaul; and err mothtr, j I. tart.opiwwite t

: House include G. L. Hidwell and ,( Business t evening. is thosf ann twrlll'rr I Mrs. M>Iris. are in I ak,.land vi I-i'iral.: tht : :
i Wiring Specialty.
wife of Hartford Conn.; Mr' and *Try the new boat, Belle Harbor I If 4rienuerla-tau.Urrantr-ttfy.; It i< I fount s H"I"r a .

( Mrs. J. R. Hurtolett Rvl..da, X. (' ; Totnoka liner trip I I I, ho|>ed our U'I/MIS amt gustwill I IfWill ,. .\ d'h htful hop '\:1" givtn in HloII-; : \\t li;ivt )net nveivcd :a new line of Electrical: Goods and are i i1.1.
npr-eentwl.! wood! Hill \\iilnevLi night ProfferKilling's : .
[ }fr. and Mrs D. C- Pope, New York At the regular mt'E'tiup"ednf's; I! Building I ( orrhestrt .1N.-"lr".1 sw.>.1 : :\ ti> IIJJUM un any lob.| large or !small: ,

(city day night, Osceola Tribe, Imp. O ; [ music and the Voting folks hid in t'n : All u..rk f.Lr.1IItp.d to |ias* I lerwriters inspection : t

Mills! will deliver i ire cream for It, }I., installed i I officers, raised three I I ,I I SO.ME\ RECENT !ljo% tblf till,,'. .............................................. ........ .;
warriors to the Chief degree and received : centrally located on Heach II | The Daytona'i'.v Mtkerv. ha- lib i
[ your Sunday dinner I I;.hed :in "m hen at Hicks' room
age >
the application for membership I st.et'et.for !sale] at a bargain REALTY DEALS I Iii H.N....N..N.................s .................... I
Deputy Sheriff K I., Smith store tornrrof I) ml! iwton md IJidgiwood : : -
of C. F. Past Grand
Burgman; : ,. .
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[started off the new year by arrest- Sachem, of California. [I if sold at OIK e; built of !solid """ r. r .. I get .twilling:In'nll'II.) ;good Iti i.to a rat f"I." < t i Toilet Articles Free i I

ing Charlie Sloan, a negro, wanted I Mr Jtis.' \\
Alter illness
I 1atra.teJ; I rom the Books of Record :tlotig ph lut.
double)
Effective January I I. 1907, the coquina i lock Hours I
fat : ; ; I' .
Titnsville on the charge of big I ; SIKunilittl t<. the grim iiion>tir dt .illiand .
salaries of all for \olusia County-\umer.:
[amy. Sheriff Brown, of Bre\ard employes on the payroll with dock and I riparian trosMtl to tie gnat Uvorid dunn | \ fti-i .I.inu.tiy I Ktv ine"entith every. $o worth
of the Florida I last t'iiap' l.'ail .
County, took the prisoner to Titus- I Otis transfers.IN I the pi>t weik at her winter ocular i of, I

ille Tuesday nighttNunnally's : way', were advanced seven'jier t cent, rights Dimension I > of building .Land,1i.i.. 1 Jtn :{.-Tin- r..IICJ"ingtratlsfers I tin ulL.ge. :-he WM: lO seat, <.l.t'.t_.. 5 of .;( ()tls i uicitbel! your rhour of 50o worth of toilet

I the advance, being authon/ed by' .1..1.I : of rte in and alx.ut I JI.- 1 ant hn |itrniunnt fid"III't.:1- 'iIheant .
Candies :Ui\7G(; fett.lnct'hns prolw I .rote. N. J. Mr.and Mr- \\'luwJctUbratetl : nitirlos such. as ('llOgllt', Tooth I'owder Face Pow-
I II. Parrott, vice president and genoral I t t"ni. have l lwrn r'e'rf.d in the oftK-e *>f J I

IIi\ki\s, the Druggist. manager of this road I I will find this, t! theCUrki.f the ('inwit r. 'irt at IKIAIK -- I their wed ling the last goblet" summer;mmversirv'fltt.cta ?.-l f- ,. *. !
recently: .
The Grand Atlantic an announcu- Dr. P. It. Bennett the .... ..ttl II'a.t'\L l luisbiiitland" : son :is un I
resumes piopeityoitli in\ estiva- ( ''nrge H I .ft' to I. / Hur.luk00 ;i. $ for }uui ltlre.llast' ticket
ment from which appears elsewherein practice of medicine The doctor <-" ) I. lot '.'.bl-Kk.: rt.:1 'ltih in I.k".k mediate relatives, togtthtr with .i :

[ the Gazette-News, opened its doorsto Asheville with the intention tin jr. Apply) ] toMcCoy .M: : Dayt.na..lWp I .1aIlhlf'r-ill-b\\! and erxn.ld; >,liti'r. t t.,
went to The
Peck Hendricks Co.
mourn her tMiiiMr< \\1.'a' =
\\iHuin* to Charity Ixtkhart, i
the New Year's i
public on day of finding a climate where he could In.Mm ; all. and l .
Bros. : xV I.it .". lilotk It. iimmagrT'. .Mil in high '>(tetni by :I- i '
The proprietors of this well known live the year around but found it I. I).i)"tona. mark tf n-s|>f(.t t.. her imnnrt tht. ........................NNN..NN..NN. NNNHN f

[hostelry are tireless in their effortsto I too cold He returns to make UoI .)'- Imira: I I.. <'ir-.will to .Mum: & |i'h.r-on, store< a triall I ltrstl" dnritic her fin 11.J.1.I --- --

[ entertain and please their tona his iiermanent residence ?VI f.lot 10. bl.s'k t. M I.\ C. lloll> 1 11111.1 I whwli wa large and ifHjKwinKMrs :....................................N......NN..
Ruests'l I Messrs Garrison and 1 Taylor, two' ':. I'. :\ ( unradandl'. J. Nivt to John \\illnm Johnt na olw| 'ned I I... r

tGetyour kodak work Wm. Allen of New York is a young electricians, hate; embarked H IKmnell). 'lull) md v.:diublt., pirt of 'I palmetto store. : i It makes a : I
E Baker's Studio. I The .\ud'ib S H u.t) nut I:i>t I rri.I.I\' t
of Schmidt's Villa Mr Allen lot I block i
I guest in business I Ibvtona as the Div- li-l. HiglM-ev D-ijtona I. 1I
i I at the nsideiiee uf Mrt: 1 W KIK.Vnunilxr ... I.I.
Herbert Hazzard and Henry Parker owns a fine property at Port Orangeand tona Klettrit ('ompa ny, and have anadvertisementeie'where Maria: lUbbington to Mary It !IIou.I .
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I nelly, [ two men from Westerly a large orange grove at in tOllafspclpl'r. '' I 'rt.
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young ; bltj( kO rR. I., are in the city for the winter Holly Hill. He also has large interests Th,') ale lmiis'tint workmen I MtMin: to J. II. Iut.li < 1.-.eI. I the saute room from Mr Hardernan the\. I .

season and will drive the Ueo cars in Porto Rico which he will and will look after jour electrical lot I I.;, block 1 .";, M I. \C. Ihjtona; I titiit/etl last winter ill paMimt-x. ... ,I.: when lie gets hold of one of those highly .:

for the Motor Transit Co Both visit after returning to New York. wants raiefullv : Truman .\. Jtwdlto henry iVpisras; I Mr*. Case! nturnetl l hot in- from I fort : : ) l1\:1gal.illl'; aln'rti'\CIl, !shoes and finds that :

; f I Lon md valuable. f'i.r 1 lot. 1 1.. and''. IV neurid: .iv '
gentlemen are experienced drivers I" Bigger and better Unves at the I' A. I- pp, of the life saving station !lilmk 11, llogtiV "iKntzr.. hiss It hull I. a rtms-in ..f Dr md : i it! ..1"I"'u', "Ofllt' a 1'1" t"pN'talion :

and will become popular) with tour- I Daytona Bakery. I north of ( Onnond was down i (.. \'. Britt to I.. / Uurdwk <3;", Miss Dulto", arrival fromatur- i \I''IL' then lie rt':1li/.N: that ah'erti..inL: i

itta j i yesterday in his launch The TudeMr inejof lotI,. blotk 10. lf'lI..nt.. day to visit Miss Ihil>>isantlhernn>tht'rMr .
Recent arrivals at The Pines
areas W. \vcratoflcorge W. K& ,ton. : : .page< III the magazines C'fIIIt' high h and :
tWe carry Hnrd e and Cranes, follows Miss Newport Lapp states that his grove on rc; Mace. >l New York isiitlni!
Whipple ,
: i, 5IKI!; lot I, b1''rk 1. King-ton j Mr and Mr. I K. r. John:40.n.. : than wmebrxiv: Kai III the fiJJIt'r. :
Eaton Hurlbut's papers for correspondence R. I.; Miss Greenleaf, Boston, Mass; the penmsuli suffered little from l"IV .

and notes. Mr and Mrs' W. L Vanderkloof, the freeze of Christinas' week and inpmof :I I Tampa Mrsillis John wn has nturn'tl from i: OUR BOSTONIAN $3.50, $4 SHOES !

Gto II Cl.AltK, Stationer. MivsM. }h. Vanderkloof Mrs M Ila.1 l a number of oranges with i i Otfkers of Joe Hooker Post I:lecteJ.t .
him which showed | I Mr- M.--t.t-r gixr r..I'ti..>tI t'. Port I : IlIal': 'III rare. .1\.11"'. are nol advertised in :
W. E. Thomas returned Wednesday Statler, Miss Martha' Srhaub, Chicago n> signs of frost \t the Lt-t meeting ..f J". 1I..I..r1'.t Orange citizen* New Y..ar', ere night. : .

from Oklahoma and other- I. ; Mrs! O. Miller' Niles, Mich' :several: hundred tourists from i :\o 9, ;rand l .army <.f the Kt'public .\ great many ware prt-M-nt :aid injovflt I : IIlIa/int'\;: II then w, r.' "t' Quid, t .....'ll hem al these prices. :

night the fill oviug ortH-trs wl'r" "letted
: ; very 1.lf'asul evening
western points. He was delayed a The Clarendon Garage that was New England jiomts will leave New for the ensuing year.I I .\ |11!t'ni.' was hell| | at the Ink t for theaarslay I
railroad York next Monday on the. famous I Post .HIIIIIIm.I.'ri i II .lull..w I THE GLOBE i It
couple of days en route by a run so successfully last season by i : !It.IIOI,1 l I thiltlren Nt'w Year !
1'alm Limited train via the South. ,i Senior vit-e "OII11m.l..r--T.. II 'avf I ,
shake-up in which fortunately Egan X.; Gnnnell, will again he I morning which wo arranged!: for by !H.{ r11'atitl'
ern rail ,'iv'. This will be the initial 1 Junior site I'OlIIrn.nokrY.. W. \\il& .
The IV
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but t party went '>wn try
no one was seriously injured, ready for business Monday next : I
der : Clothing Shoes and (jcnts' Furnishings :
miracle in this of rail- I trip for the season for this popuhr U'i hams'; |.iiinrh :in.l had i a gala turn ,
which is a era Frank Gnnnell is now here and )Ir. (1u.ntc'rllla.lI.r-! ..-* IH'oUffmrof \. .. :
I train. Indications! mint t"' a heavy .
road disasters. Egan will arrive in a few dajs the day'-Clsrbw 'I.tll"fi.ltl.t'haplaio : prclrOSl; FR, Proprietors. :
travel south for Florida points. meat -.\. I 1-::. b"on. *Captam Mcladltn, a, you must kt..ti11'itl .
Large assortment of new poet This garage will be better equippedthis I Ii i vvttk'' OtRrtr of the guard M. Mrladden give no quarter| > the foe I .....................................................

cards cent each, at Monks' season that ever to do first-class .
I on. Comrades' the 1&100\ post wfllni -( tat \\hilftifw' recruits d>nie vt'rda.\ .
Curio Store. automobile repairing. i The Wills Comedy' Company have i the city hall, !'subjet to the call of the I I Amsl l leg to take ItI art in the f r:ivj .....................................................

been placing ttl fur houses at the' !' commander, l.. fur "'I'ir The ammunition, too. tins fttI -
I"it| arrange ( j
Found-A small purse containing cDairy for sale-About twenty Opera House{ since Wednesday evening .. I annual ramphre I', It.rtv-c>nf thou"atlcl rants )'ou'11 sit I THE REO CARS. I

small turn of money and postage cows Well located, paying business The company have presented 1 I I'III( IKI tlie ttrtintt'r t.f this -tl.r.(1.1 ...

stamps. Owner can have same by Write or see Daytona neal "' ..1 ,\ uht'n tht'v're !'IoItlll.< maiiv' n'or" .
1V,() Old Cronies, .\ Trip 1 to Atlantic .1I :
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i I 1 Iw r.gulartlt':' ire csce eut ea' hbilf : :
'k-HenJricb' and Insurance
calling at store. Estate Company, C.I j "' The Dumm City Motel Arrival. 11 ill I' t I I \.1 o( g" t II a e th"IIi.nd .
City Familf'i '
S 1 I I \\ lath tartNarehvetetit- a Jilt| t.' : \ """ 1"\1 \11'1."m II1l'IIIIIII'Y g"I; :
Harris Secretary '
The Palmetto House, the pioneer J I|i and "Mary and ,John: They have. ; The Iillowmg i jiarties registered j 1\,1| not alone new card arnvetl. .

hotel of the city, is open for the Recent arrivals at the Hotel IVs-l j to I doll matinee this afternoon and 1 I i j at the City' lick! fir the} week<< coiling << new line we have fontriwdJ : FOR A FINE DRIVE take the Reo :

season of 1907 under the manage- Despland are as follows: Thos. H I i will appear again this eveningOBITUARY' ; January' ": :t"t the thing to .fIoh tins.y.. .: Touring Car. :.
I t Yu rant break them if yon u\
ment of C. 0. Chamberlain as proprietor New and son, Indianapolis, Ind, C ;i I ---- I J. I J.. Jieobs.T. s. irwrt|. I;. 1.. I Hoss: W.\'p things to fit me".t any pa( .. ..

who has added to its popu- B. Smith Boston; Mrs Cooper Mr j i ;' :S. IL IIlLppt.r'4u..bid'ere S. 11 tight. G. I'Allen From steamer trunk to dress--nit ,.: I' : IlIt"Y ate ale, "I"Y'dt' r'hall<' all" none but tirt-c'la'i'i driversueougrany :
II. I.. It! Theo Kn"lh.1..
larity from year to year. An an- and Mrs Geo II Cooper, Miss[ I i I ot'fllll'rt'tty, rt.;tswnable prwiMjt .. : Il'rn. .
X telegram to H Y. Thompson au.I iSour '* v \. I:. Martin, t. Christian*' ", : .
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I : : : any erne thev would mince : For information; 10 .t interest ff'l\l.llf"ll' { these :
will be found elsewhere Mrs. Anderson : a" plait; by f'af't.
, nouncement Cooper Canady j I noun ed the death oi Mr:*. Thumtt'n'father. C.. \\'. Mirheli,11'. Hawkins. H. lee, 1 I ..tfl'r' .
in this issue from this hotel. i I Greenfield, Ind; Irwin W Cotton Clark M.trsh. at Ki-< home in I h.: I. Hariri Jacks nvillr; I>. Krun- :Now an wt army more .. : ratt' f.tl' call l'1 or telephone to :
Just and M 11'L I .
t omt V fit < ; DeLand Dr. and Mrs W. II Sturgis Bridgeport Conn. Ike 31. !'k..11, J. s Ts..n. Mvannih: : ; I H:. M 1.I 1. ... .
'. Candiea.HiNKivs ; <"> >' I lax md ltP,1.iiir.l MOTOR\ TRANSIT COJ'\P\ ANY :
t unDall, W. H Sylvester and wife C. C. Mr Marsh wa S:: years: of ate ami 1:I no'ant"irglnia; fit-n.; .F I'm'. \\'. fIlo.I"II.I. H l.ri,11. : ,
the Druggist. I had lone been an invalid, but wa Lot t Sheii IowJ. I L Macee, New 'VotJf' 1'. : :
West, Alleston Mass E. G. Mil- Phone 2. First Street, Opposite the Electric Light PlAnt
; confined to hu bed until a short tim e II. Carter, Ciuuunati; K:. W. Ho.II.. '

tFor Rent or Sale-Two fully furnished bury, B. Ehrlich, New York City; previous to his death. \\illm Baltimore; n .\. Canton Ore P. R. BENNETT, M. D. : B. 11. WILLIAMSON l'lanag r. i

cottages, 7 rooms and bath, R. F. Schur Cleveland Ohio: Shel- Mr Marsh will be remembered bv niond; .\. J. Pacetti, Honda; J T. .. .

electric lights; toilet on second floor; don Swope Terre Haute, Ind W older residents of Oa>'ton* all one of th Raines Cleveland; Mist I. I-inrev, Miss" 4 !
; i( PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON : Ii }'uuare tlUlll..tllg or buying a HrX.\HOl"T or TOURING CAR aDd .
stove or furnace heat W. B. CHIT. Jarvis and wife Pittsbnrg }}a.; W. three original settlers of :,her leaclaud I S. :Wraith: \\ J. Newton, ILSS \\alker. I II you slab In knew acts th' ieI'll C'\HS are the best for the price rail on .
the fast survivor, the other gentlemen New Simrna; G. O Warren, Ohio; P. : or writ' tn Bt'FUM I.& CROUCH Agent, :
n:; DES, Ridgewood and First avenue B. Gladding, Newport, R. I.; E. B. I Phone 14n;. Off \'t' at r-iJrn.e houthvrext : ha.Ece .
being H F.4r! >!i
31-3w: Evans and wife,Pmvidenee. R L nanJ. 'mrl.rJ. avenues, Offi>e hour 1 to :/ and r. to g ......................................................




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One of- thesttgest I \f, \ Local Paragraphs.: I, ..: friend b bWI.

Established 1820. i"Hillij India and (;jrk'u Teas of WHY PAY RENT : .
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England: at lour grocers ,
lot t1'iir bicycle ICSMJUS apply 'to ;II J 1-r.-h-lI, In.nt".in a'an buy al iat (mild a hurtle and l tat it puy fur iiU elf on the ." .

objections to a I Fine Groceries, ; Prompt Attention ]1"< ,f. J ... ('llur. T. O II ,., I. tl f 'Ihe usual f'Jrtlliglttl.v flub diutcwis llri-t .n I. I,, :, ,illi... nor I,JailalIIi1 JlrI"lTI' '-i.|.IT.... in "11IIj.I| ''eI .

Choice Ccffce Gnen to All) .\ ulivil l I'd' "ii>:;iiit. h.1 .1. IIS : Iitld at the [l'Jl llletlu ((111'11.1111"' j j1 1 New Bridge and Boulevard. : ". .
of so-called "merc rizeJ culton "
I liitnJt vA.io.: s-t-.kit Runt ill trout ofthaudtsVillaalotittueth.i \" ", rl'ar uiultt. I \ ii > I link' OIH: nun. hang i aiming. tlu lIa.hrll!>K-rnrF.IWM ;jyttU
fabrics in tncn'" dot Ling is that Teas 1 and ; !Mail Orders I r> I I ,'ii lOlllj.k.h..II.| l .. I UN. ....., t l tnin_. lit nIK" tiirgtiI.V.| unit! a lUigbrurJi \! 4a ,_,
: ."u I Mi$) Ldud.:.;itl is >p'.iidiii: <' her !l flaw Urn. built !.," l>\.iii\dliulito <'UUIHJ U.tt: brnlg+ mtn till't; '.

the cotton. isn't. mercerized at all; Household Articles Careful: Shipment. trBu\ Tetley Imlia and Ceylon holilay'a.'ation with }her uarenKMr u..f:in tM>mh-laid l out as (follow: Two eight!! roofshelW. "..Je.q-alb- '

r just plain cotton. The terra t, TVaf 11,ml..n. England 3I-M<.h.10lis I and Mrs \V. E. Hlodgttt ...nPidgetvnNl. iwrt m, al] > two fifteen aNt jfi** war.J8-lIf'lt! msid two twelriMlMl '- f'9
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< '. roi.lV :anal a thirtfnut, grwn winl in taw' ''f'otfor.1! graeil'aard ,,
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"niereerized"! is made to 1 \ I I.. II. Vtn cuter a and GroceriesThe ,- to U.it| out. ill U-aniifiil : liJ tiopmil ioliaga', "*
Dry Fancy I d.I us with i, rtiitiif i and fruitd at.;I :For ICl'ut.-Fi\l'n"-'lIInII.1 ',..n'n- ..f. luihi>> tow.. ..1"1| of lijr J.wlIlauplkrIletria.FINie( I Vi i
lot of cotton fraud. I"Must ilh tlc first p.nt i.f this imk: i furm-In-d., I O I'1ri/: ,'ii. I thoJt' \\t'/"r./ If in Ins Mi.ih''' 4>i id.. .. Best the .World Affords I a IK-IK in Ihc.South; ,, TIN'I oyt-jin ml of taw |UiViartl ft /K>....'),..| l ltvxo i..,
*" You can hind in clothing I..r,1.:: .. imo I'.watr 1. .\d( |i Miv I I I'lark .
\tliii returned
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I iKlilthvlit NUB. *. oil.' 4 n'UlirT tlt!> oft ltk'! t Iblilj' 'fool sort ii>niiHI .
iiiii.il :Nhtt'* lVi' i Yapiitt \' I'.diu I Ikwh: Till.I ..d.iniyht; .. .. illuir.l O.-MIII IK-H.Ii.' liVw l bhiHV" oiuiiiaml a/(1 ..*lti..+Mt'.' \.,,;\\. r
hloreb fair.looking fabric whu b I Iare I Jr>;\MHtkMb .UK! l'l".1I1 1 in*.;'I' tit UKoiM, ', \dxii: "Il'1""I": in '
after' pl Iia-vint; Mxit \\illi| iwr ..I llla.! ..rouiHlm .avualItnxlmlNiii'. | hmnoi I I'aslaala.r'I aiilnnl >
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I alt h .\KIOIU1 t IsrpUUlK'H 1 I'|''uIII,1| | l tat t, lUlltXjuu > > ,
made of UOr) .. tuts, Mr I and I>\ .loiuilnl lo tlr>> 1 lowII .XtMltil 1)IAa.titll turaQ _I-cftiuu"" ; s
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: I Iand Dialing jnJ Low 1'iucs I nil: ll'Hlbl: I I I h.autlwr.IaiNIN'urad.al. | -,.1 .IK iniMir. |*ll. Oi'l) :";. +lhjl8.bleser j

a thin veneer of wool; th.'y PRODUCTS.. H C.;i. \Vilkinsun, of Holly Hill I\ 2FuK Ih.'r.-\ew{ : hou e. newly Ivcrtitni tlinHi oiln-rw' 1-44* titan ona tIh..rahllarirr! .191' e 1Mltrr! ,-: ,
? \ f furnished, t-ItCfric lights! toilet and, I I fioiu rulU.1\.'. . *
f. Ito 1 ai 4-epteiJ a po..itk.n with the I r .. .
really look :and feel quite: tlee'\ Lowest Prices Prevail bath furnaie }heat: desirable hoatioii Within the nparwu right of this town are fonioi the tams** l' .rt : rturanrr
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'ornp'+anr, t| : one block from nostolhce oY"t'r" 1a.ftu; Hat a f frw minute,' m:v' trout lute, has nt ,
Yon think )'oll'rp getting a real 1 I Our!! trenicndou, tiaJitu with the leading AmeruaiiauJ : and n in i'Iiarte: "I the auto pal i I northeast cornerolusn i\enue: and.1 tra"t'tl l wan i4 the word]'.! gi ? ttt spiHt"iiwii. In thr. MaMfai;. one

t tUJlt .1U markets liableUN t" ctk .t unusual sav- mlJ..in: rt' 'Jbr trips| to ahrewe: e [Reach street. inquire| a.f f mile u ale .f-tn-lilr.) with i Hrv-N! w. ir..- ruHiBoV.! oi thi.at.: faaNtiaiY

bargain 10) (,r $>!:!. in?. We sjivc the Ivnetit ol this) t. y"u. I and )).lytnJl.\ J Ire it Ii. ,tf .I I. (I't -t I and lu>r ,tli4iii lI.1 i j.Jc.o., : .
The I F roin tho Inhl/t. yon will Nod ffbitltf t UIt..ttrl\-i..J| In tl.-.it..1. .I l
wool will be
%oncer worn I ::Far bale at a Bargain-One :>oi I Vdolph) M J. .Tiehde, the piano (
---" x Write us for our "Table and 1sfU! -ti.hinyali the vent ," ...n.1'. w j'-omIt htlMiigf lent I .. .
off in-ten day; lie( suit \\onl 1 I be i and one ll 0 1 Ih. p 1'opc-ToleUo aut o- timer: of Leesburg, arn\e>nt '
i Home" Catalogue and Price List ; mobile, practically IMW Kmjuire ton New Years Day and] is a lJaY'1 tntiM. notfl rn<>rt in tI... South. it m (,satyr! than must Sortlwrn'um.'.

dear at $-t.o. I i!: 1.I f' )IVtteplur :"aF: lwChristv of The Millmin )rr. Jaehde ,,,,.'r i>-...)flll. Urv i H taw fhrm;'" stakon the. mmCOttOtIftODtt.Dray.tOhB .5.5 i ii
\ nugaLin' of intent interest t to everv housekeep'iomplete annual visit 1 Auto I kit-i'onri.'. vw taw FIMMI ln-iv': .\ road ill to lie built from Ornioii \
The s.re:1): i is to grt .'lot lies ( anJ rxautitull illustrated, from \vhuh: von ...anoiJer I Thl' Mk.w p. .\l1uall(>l1 and \ inia in to Daytona and" is ..I to 1'oiMf PniL (TiV InVt) and n lrmkW.H troWi-j. run, putting i- i
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that' the veai rounJ. Blank orda form en.loSJ.: .. entettaiiKM-1 I a niimbtr of''generally kepterv Imsy during his t alt'1 ,into I Daytona r-nfli in Wuen minute and Ormond in half an Inxir 1 (
are :above all s\1"'pi..ioll. all- saiaun.
their frit rids) .Iandll I ) I:\ art. bit will |irate i K>4lrrn! iHtpiovinwntM. nmhas n water nwiiiiMI t l
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young a :
We Pay Freight Charges R ..- iifiit m wool and doubt about it. For Sale Xi'
no |'.uiv' at the Iiot.K of their i lttrentMr. I Rt"1l11. hON'. .
I ntable) for .\l 1.1.I .ltTstarctoli: Mi.lo| i the iiMitiiilnirotplHii-fJ: .down; $1 Hart SchafTner A Marx mike I ( )n i iruipt: ol' pru.: .. anv older of >2< .ooor over will and Mrs C'ahni M Christ)', !I rata bargain fimily if dray J. or i I.: delivery I It'MI :' ; i in,"nth: no mtPi-Hut: 4 ),- ',tap anal l"mkoHII'I1 hts iojOU: :i; IU"H],. lulu i irtaN

be shipped: freight prepaid; t. jn\ I Utilroad Nation East: F rid.i\ erenuig of last \\'('(..k.I i { '. riser Iwts hiring on two *trtWrfMl: ; ): ,..,IIKT loin. fiW nail

them and we oll tliemAnthony I of the N\INSIMPP:. .Why ;i for I I Two n "':*rnes were up. l lieu"ieMa sGINI.' < Unit. Hit! ) lots will I. la.ld! | at tli.-,... fi invH, taut raw ran have
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I your I thl''UCrt"IJf'i tin" ho:4-4 Ml IxHikvariN! 100if 1 ."t ui"((4-. lull out AM above )or tt tuned bf'n
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i Bros. Money Refunded if Goods t the !srrit** ot an t"tff'ft at \Vray'.1 s ':t Xa..hrmialll was J a, (rt!+t'al 1 ;3.I.INII lllhl, Dr. J. A. Van Valzah,

t I are not SatIsfactoryI f.rs_>. -,I-:{\V (I and) .its for fighting, and.hue',. U mI Daytona Beach, Florida.
a I 'burn'contributed J $ln) and t ..:-t.; ..

: I I liKul ,>tT..I. anJ alSolutc vuaiantce! : 1 IN wai- rug table and I chairs are"fIry j i far driving a cafria without :a i 1.1L- ilj l.i.-I, tOrt +alt+iLiiu+I. f i4 Lili.LluLAAi.ilijJLi.Lalijiiji, i

DR. HOUGHTON : ranted t b\' tli:- hlh:: vjuanu ol on ;:ondaid ,the umverMl nun h needed for the new (library V j I Ibtiilding lightI -
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DENTIST. ttlD 1.+1fITdJty.s/ Trop falloff .fa
u ti< it's: ti\ acme of our ('iti esa or : ..... ,
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Office: Suite J, <)|fr.i lion- 15Uk.j: 1 \fMi"," i-. world Ijea help{" tathe Ii-I I ,Mill v. sI.11.L| r | |I"I I' Baggett and Post

k IlL one uJ>>. i i, 1.Gf: c/h7li/thYfrflr I 'MIX; i ssi >..idiict ..inden: creatlyj t Tile libr.ras:> xwtion I i- indebted : .:. a1.tr .

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I to Mrs I Jane \V ?ks awl i Mialattd .
likftc Ste1l'an r;g h.r,1 I rat: I 135-139 West 42U Street, New York. \\uuld, be ahisable if '
I I vt 1 lyres Ut-o ]H.[ 11 Unrllt' for ,tin. :

h '. STEWART & 1JLY, Addrr. Vi Oratr A'pjrtnten.'. lu\i' any eye or'nenotis trouble to I : contribution of books of a hihtr., r Real Estate rl-.

I t.ik.. for "l'l'ur&| hilly of c multing '! der, hid to lull* Margaret Klunles: ....

:c. LAWYE1W. I hi) .\rn,.s' rapg, the well JiUJwn, p.rt |'ei I'j l bit tutu. gift i.f two line works of art : and
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I ? '' 'Offce in Bank Building DtLVND: :' H..\ I i 1.,1 -.t t f .'la .ks<'nnlle, at the Tm\ : !lf. >,'ixli'. l b>\ her frmn ibr '1.1 I t. !hauiiiisi .

t 7 Branch office overrostoffiw.V1 ON.\ Buy the
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t'<, :.tr!. '+_.", .n,.luitf ifter spending tfn. Fkw14.i th* t.j 1-11I:11.Im-t, : I'i.I'1I i I Ii Legal Notices [ 5 Opera Mouse Block, FLA.

'L Lend Us Your Eye I i Iii: I i- \.I'a'inn: with her iiareBts. MrI ..a.1.1.................... I'.
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-:= i MI" '. Irlltt"\.i( l or (niinproveil (11111',1,I riHwtof th* unimproved

hi, .I I. II. Tiera.n. deirtist, C'"mI '! NOTICE. :: 11" .q.'rtV| ill N''a"rc"7.l : ivprest'iittwo of the Fire Insurance!'

: ,1.1 I I 11 I'J, I'ltrOflf) !! I/Ifi. I IN <'iMiuti. .' Jii'lscf+ i'nnrtHi y ( '''ni |'.iiiKsihif' 1 ciiim' throng) the Nin i Fran..i..o dis.isti: with

WHILE YOU READ WHAT f WE' HAVE f : TO SAABOUT f' far \ ...11I..i.4'..UDh. '. =;: '. 1I.j tcuslin aired.
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"liMint: iiodman, from tbeiti In th. :Mitt'i. ..: tli. i ipit i ; ;;! iinini|'

\. "ii,tl I'ark Seminary, is 8HI- I 1 U.tat** ot II11Iiiiinrlat" J.I.I.I I "" "''
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: Nutnf i iJO l ha rrb\ "f\\u\ tip all rrrhtor/, i iI
PALM BEACH I ". .UN. Mr and lira. H C. G.xlbata! | *,a nt"ll\lIl"r."tJ'! having am, daI ,)I.I -
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t tt: N'l1.I. U uitli adaocoat the ..19tant j ;; 1
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I.i i,. ( 'Inh' Ust Satllr ; er rit1tI l \by Ian. or the .nm uill I, rSM
f evening Barr at) <'. \1.: |U t\.;HIM. .IK Cigars ]
t .\Junn "trator wiN sill aim. \< dhlytOll I IR.
T The Most Healthful I r r\' l Bir'b.ood'.ootter. *
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I ,nrlti l 1. I:. l I-'. I I.. Made
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The Most Beautiful nii(; ?n Ji.I: lg**.oo>l avenue, lasts i I-tI AJmini.trator's :Notke.

.. t- fur f"MI Stages 1 .. to 4mJp-',.('ourt
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,' AND (\f I JI"'Ii.ltnni.l l '. M... The deal u-a'J 'of lolimM ConntFlu. A Reputation of
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lI.gntjat..ll.y i I l R L. Ninth MrU I l I tatc HI i .1 i "mi .

4.tThe I 'in IK has also I It purrltas*! through I I Knish I4 I ..a..1|
Most Fashionable \otKi-1 ij> !M>IVI> minus that lit?' 111101"1 I i lto
t ili... ".IIIK' is.(eacy the Habbin glitli'rly''n n'Mgttvd I : lta4b.. appomtnl I l\ tli. Their Own. .
:< Count Jndzof: \'<>)iiiaI"omitt for
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iiKtnbvr: the Uijk.ain Bake"J I .b.-.a..J. slut all.kvilitoi. ;ia K 01' The 1 of the San :Matt-o one '
18rIMh. suc( ( Cigar i is of
lr! ,'. .uIIIIV| | all! \.>'tr wants in the( '. it.,-<.. :1 lid| all otlifr. |1"I "I i-,.s:i- ess
Winter Resort A5 I 1..I tkirv line tfl[ I hn-iftjit a.Iaim..r I .Ionian.! niiiin-t. tli.....- tinicntrst industrial) triumphs of the 1'.astCoagt
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'I u? tarp.: "I I Sinttteni, Indiana 'lit taw I MittM ilnU uiitlH-nii' .al.'d. t. t ": I !-met'i the fnr/i' '
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uftttcniiKtwl within tW4carK ft "in 'tu: ; f fal
I 1 ,. I 1..1 I t>:;ubii-v were IB UteybmaMi lMt< or th>' sun.. uillli.i fatl tar :.ar:. oJ I.ti

I: sJay.1 They I were nmfcing a b<,liI i- <.'aairr"tIt.P-k.II Ihll ll!"II. mi .* : !Lllic from the <..hoicest; growths of toljact-o>>I that the |larniu-

r ;, I. .1.1.\I t onion Oil the Rant: ('ua"t nI ifilmilil! '"trnt'it and A'runli..lra' -.,1 I..f Florid and) the Nand( of Cul.A can produ
ii I I.I ii j.J la ;,imp I reached the city early. ,, H lat,.tu..lv of tIN <-.t"t4> .rf ....,uni H, i Ii-', t |",x,"i with the rif\i\ silky k-if grown on lCc.st plantations r
/ Uaytona has its oood I points. andu : HatoxlIXtU.iiii I .:Ja.. ''','. !2Mi: 1 1'xaa! .
f of arv, not di )OM-d to rob l >.'rt t < n iu. M 'II''I J.IY morning on their returni ""It- <.iloar: industry "f t tin. norl) i his never produced better goods ,
solitary isitor. but we feel it our duty to i'all -
tttrntu to tin .
fact that to return :North without sour < i ';'i 1'ihn; Beads all.1 I othtr |Ir'in Is FH..t |>ul>. \.a\. loHT For I sale: by all the leading 'hotel.h" and clubs b\ the I r ni"11"
luivinijKited the ( !lueenot I lomLi I ", ,,1'i'i h,. llicpnt\' Im'.lkta.'I.,1,I and \o neE, \\h C'" :
no'er. trimut .
M resorts is to hate missal halt the value \.. is ti l l strata that i inpaay ) ring FloridaTventy
of \ r>.Iy
i Palm >i\ maa'.r.lat' -
; which your tripest E IkH'h. i 'n!. h..',I at; Tai... i II.I: I k;,.\\.I|1ui'1 !1.1n.l ft .. to.wit: Jui... I I. I'NiT! tli,' in'Hd :
is situated on the famous\ Lake Worth l elou the frost line and .. .. .. SiZI' styles: and grades to sclevt fiom.
n r hit. i )b\ .l'. i i ,' 'tr.ti ;i .i' 7 ::i"' I' nigt; .1.louni..tr"t..r of tli -tai.t .5 )
the\cry heart of tin pineapple Jion. lit VI irStewart. I lat.Of 1..i'I-.t,
n has metimes been iiillnl t tin I M, r
i 'City of Homes.:' \\"' Hlldn't! > ou lilu- to oun one of the hOlnl's' It luis:' u IIY i'\pui'lg.I. (i iI' Imintv uiliniDiKtm.tor. willHk.* lu/ till with.1! a"UK oit. ''l'Itt,t- a111..11 I (U JI I ( S\LI : gy X11.1. I DEAl.MUSM :

> also been ailed the (it\. ot I louirs." If \ou do not. want ahonu \(1(1>( I 'll I I. II II" i }trot I .ir< tunic'il,I 1..InatK>. *>.i \i>lu.ial.'otmtHot. I !Ii. in, I .11" '.1< ''I" ,1) I'vJI

should at !least \:OI1WHl! s .'what l>i.dutiful polity otlu \orthl'rn ) "I" I t >1",1, II..lh" M ., k tile. auk for i ttnjil di.|i" hargi>.
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pie have in the ', S. W. ROWLEY.tt& SAN MATED
Tropictil South. ,I if \lJBIIIII-t'-.i". i .
t .. The Royal I )inCiana. the Oremd. ,,"'w.. u-I. !I. tli.Fu FLOR3DAt i il
i lt\roest\ hotil I in tlu \\oild.is aloneoiH.!L.

cOining to see: but in addition! to this the original allujator \\itl.! l 'l 1 L I 1.'d_ I.'t !. LJI a ,._l + Lt'1.1 LAdaltlt.
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hundreds pens j "...................f aN pu" t. :xN; Itt poi t I :
of live allkiatoi s and IT( odiles. tbe ostrich tann the inimitabU :yOtICG I

Oleander axenue.xunon's>> I '(nr\ !Island) the tantastu rubber tut. t tin! \ it'in' !* h..I.l>lr git". .al ,
jungle trail the ocean Dieu. c-nd I FIRE i ii .t il."i .lat> the '11114't .
I a toui 'nutsti'd SdloUI1l'rTl'd k. lint t-hnl:,l ttalaf t1.1: 1. : I'
high and dry on the sands. are% but a few of the wonderful ,Ittht. 'a till -. I "lIl1tV.. "lll t., .I, .t

can hunt. fish bathe plaiiolt or uatth i UUTS in the -uhilt It \.ilt..r.. WI
at, y. u : t BTRfllHSl{ 1 ':'1-1., .unt\'.
t leisureK by and\ enjoy the unsurpassable I t'lilntte.1 ) (liuht !IIOUM 5"' ': ,!lariat flfml
l> the weather bureau station the 4"U1\ \ ..1.1 II
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teleuutph station
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canning factory. the I ;loi ida Last Coast Canal. tnnumei('l able' otlu i mliuai: Reduced to 1 I'ir 1 O"ul"r ::1Itllw.

... : I imptssal I MI I i u j.iit .V.v l I'
i ; glades is on \\estemboundai\.and! the world's Jn.\tl'st huiluuix :loner:

the Gulf Strealn.'ashes our l Lastern si lore. It nun row thiiu i $14.00. j i Not i.:. "'rgivantlaatallrl / t f I Il
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to stay at I Palm Beach but i Ut- f' 4>mHgiMd > \ IN .
\oueannot tonsuliroiir 6CPCRATC ROOM *
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trip loiulaio .. ,
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plete unless you have taken it in. I I.J..I.t4.oUllf.\( ..III'r ItD i H. 1
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If you want to Imy or lent a loom, a hou e on f tu! lake fl I 1..nlrirt; ( u,.I,..i I.. f :1. Hllll; :ll -" i .
or ocean tit
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winter home i .f f I1.a. .1 i 1..1 i.tk.1
a pineapple plantation, an orange)I grwe or vegetable .,a id..II : Feed .u>TI% UIMI:, ,S iillireiriunnnfiriim iiniuiiriiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiirliii..iltiiiiiiitliii1N111111111i11fi111ONfA. ,

investmentiite or if you want to invest in any of tht'..t' tool 11(' i tiaiantcfd l s {Ill' u-nr on, la. .i ht I' BEST Working i 'I I I". <- Not !'I>>. t'NH.. EMI'iitmI : D PrnidcnC\.IHdlll IN: ONHADCishitr!
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I I T. E. FITZGERALD I MERCHANTS BANK I

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ThCurrie with IIIMUui ATTORNEY AT LAW Br n-" \olu.i. C.unty B.ok.Tervmal .

Investment Company 'e staiiddid tt''It. I Capital Stool; .. .. .. .. .. . . : :. .: $ OOJOJ;

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West Palm Beach Florida Address, Box 99. \ AssociateJ with I' raasacu a General 1 Banking Business. |

LANUIS: & FISH ; 4iH.-rcent. I Interest Compounded Quarterly] Paul L on |

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