The Daytona daily news

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The Daytona daily news
Place of Publication:
Daytona Fla
Geo. F. Crouch
Creation Date:
January 9, 1905
Daily (except Saturday)[<1924>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1905-1917>]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Daytona Beach (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
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The early years of the Daytona Daily News covered aspects of the Florida Land Boom of the 1920s. Tourism received heavy coverage. The St. Johns & Halifax River Railway, later renamed the Florida East Coast Railway, arrived in Daytona in 1886, a decade after the city had been incorporated. With the railway's arrival, Daytona's proximity to the ocean made it a tourist destination. The public read about the Daytona Speedway attracting fans, heard rousing stories of moonshining, and received coverage of seaside activities in the Sunshine State. During this time, particularly in this place, America started going into water and not just walking along the shore. The Daytona Daily News began publishing in 1903. In 1927, following the 1926 merger of the Florida cities of Daytona, Daytona Beach, and Seabreeze into the new city of Daytona Beach, the newspaper changed its name to the Daytona Beach News. But the new name was short-lived. Later in 1927, the newspaper merged with the Daytona Beach Journal . In 1936, the new newspaper split into the Daytona Beach Evening News and the Daytona Beach Morning Journal. The newspaper, then under the title of the Daytona Beach News-Journal was acquired by the Davidson family in 1928. Herbert M. Davidson edited the newspaper from 1928 to his death in 1985, a longer than usual tenure, even for a family-owned newspaper. His father, Julius Davidson, the first president and general manager of the paper, enjoyed a reputation for outstanding community service and civic involvement.
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
Began in 1903; ceased in 1926.
General Note:
"Published ... during December, January, February and March at the prettiest winter resort in Florida."
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 1 (Jan. 2, 1905).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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HIS FATHER'S SON. A FEW OF THE RACING CARSThat or within tnu-liflhs of J\iiniiei'. i.r IUIIII&'i\'l'r.& airliR- s FOR VOLUSIA CO. if ifCol.
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AMBASSADOR TO ENGLAND.Wblte..w But Jam*. n. Garfl.ld Alta to WlaFame owtam' uinl II, jeer.11eauteaes .
am III. Own coin petition- the title"poulIlelslrawl t
Merit Will test heir Speed on the || DO .li.. V.laini'M I li 1h"M'w', \\'. L. Spoon the Government
Reid, Editor and Dlllln..t.Wb. Tbe attention given bis report on the left nothing to be ilew'ued.Of iiiitl ,illici.Mi'ivcili'H. ,. ,
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corpora ) at the $ (tlO h. I.. 1111"1'.It'I' ', Expert Road Builder Confers with
Wliltelav Kelt, who will succeed ;Joseph hone engaged In Interstate commerce the I HOI! 1 inoet- \\illi its Vandeibilt |i "1111' .\
II. Cbonte as nmbiixMiulor of the bas directed the public gaze an James CoinlitK Meet. oilil'retold. of ::0'!) for then ow au.l illi\cr.& Citizens and Visitors.

United States at the court of St. James., Rudolph Garfield, second son of the )limiting i i iJio list. \\ctK nf :Maud.I''U i :ili!,*, the, clash with Oldlield in ItenanltItOIi.i. lioiitil. I Ilioknn! III accoidnmo with the promise of
has already served in ,IIRUIIJlIh nd diplomat and commlsHloner. head of the bureau of corporations, a I rJ:!, :a i fur" II..i.J'mI.I i ('''llIlIi'al''II! ". p.-'V' li. Ii.'nrlll"'loill, her", Senator: .1. :$. Mniiu' Col. W. L.

Mr. Reid la pc-rbuitu best known In division of the uew department of preliminary clloit a vomilimgrut. of and a generous amount of other 1'nnl Sin toil.., driver :Spixm: ai'lived Saturday' to confer
America<< however n* editor of the commerce and labor Mr. Garfield boa Ill) I It,. M yltlrumaell l ,
nu>toii-t uppcaicil nn tlio u.m'- cWlIls-tho story was told' in such. a Napier ]1'-\ with I ho county commissioners", in
newspaper founded by Hurnco Greeiay! made n record that shows be la not
the New York Tribune lie wile born aiming to travel through life on his fa waluvl IM.UA.I\| ,\ (>f ] nand! in.inner that the Florida lii.'lii.tli.I) ) IMI li. !p.-C. I'1'houuis, regard to the feasability of the const -
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I In Xenln 0., In 1837, graduated from ther's name lie looks very much as which .lu'llii null ili"\t> ()iiiiniulanil "iu'course bd'aino famous on both ncr met ion of a model section of road
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and Miami bus uuherelfy.since received Oxford degrees 0., III from IMO inili'H Ixlott' | ),i\tnn.i: will six .t.I"II..r the tiiibnlciit Atlnntio. |'IH.| lilt h. )..-.1.) S. II.IK'r.. near' I Pnylonn, as an object lesson to

Dartmouth Princeton, Yule and from wiles lii'lucon, tic. 1\\.. iliiiniinii .\hlllf! the third, nniiii il! /=:g.itlieiin: l Ism rnr'd.'| $t a h. p.-P. .\. In. Km. ..!lie.VMI 1I11'nlll"'I"IIt'.1 in tlto intelligent use j

Cambridge. university" rnglaml. Hebegan l>l.u cs.Ali'Mimli. the litter part of this i inonth, lilt I..! ,1:11.: .. .t S tilts. of ni.ilnialrt[ I available. .

the Xenln his (0.Jouruullstic) News<<' career editing. I '!' Winl.'ii .iii.l h'-< "I'nl: uicd bi shill iind: I it i is xnpi'illuons I'.' .ll.N".llll,,1 II,. |I' -In..I.! |. I 1,1'1.1,1., ,I>l, ('<,1.>! Spoon stated that he badlliioc ;

During the civil war lie gaited. nn extensive I .. IMIW in JndtHomilto loaded
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reputation us n wur rorrennoiMl- .. : \ :. ; -.\\o.: with cxullent rued mai.biiiei'v and
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Tribune lit l.silli, mid when Mr. Cut'ley "1'1< .'.....;: 1-\\ IJ Ih..,.. ."'. r h
run for pronldeiit iiKnliiHt tit-neral: 1 i ..".,". ,::J-. -5-.....,., "fl ... J i i i I., itiii-licil' by tin ovoriiincnti
Grant 1 the furrier .. : ,', "" / ". 'I' t t 1 J" 0 '
supported' lijoruiiMlyIn "-', .t.. '. ,'''' ....."""i '.... ; ". : f., ;( 1. :" J 0'rp ', i'1111..1".1.\ fici of tally eensn|> for
the Tribune's tulmimx. lie linn IIMMIt ". 'J" I'
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proprietor. 1 ., ,
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the Tribune. Kline 1Si". lie lfcllned. ._ ...,,t",, R="", '# ., inI'l"' i ili/vii., would hero lo Hiiuplycrude '
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appointment' us minister to .. .1'u' \lut"ILI., tlivvlll'IC >
icrmmiyI'l ....'>....'.. :" : : placed|' : mi < .
: 18" and main In l.SKl. In IXMS lie +ii9"w"ck'C ,
WaR u;>J pulnteil minister to Tiiiine tuid ,..,--- .... ___ ....:... .:.-: I gr.nntul it WHS In 111' IISl'll' mill[
elated until 1S)2.) In tlnit year he was It C i | snpl\| tint, liiisUilli i I 1 llmlem'' neri'Hsnv -

1 1 lie o'Ti' 'H; I to ,ilu tin trunk bas' '

':'iwien IHJU iinil, !1-.1! I 1st, lint could l

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t/y't: I. I On u'crinntIf I he paucity fends.

: t 4 4p9" X r,Jrr' u'! r.pyia F ,i'.* .,f fs : mi ,'I'lillit!! :iimvvrr, conlil. lii, given:

dt ; ;I ': ('.11. Suiini| tuil.iy, but prominent|
JAMES IIIDOLFH; OABPIELD.his p.4 ..ia1'lf ry Ai'' '}m). W'fpwtl' ) .. .ray i.
father did at lilt age Ijiixlnrf tbe IS. nt Ii.x ;as? tlw /p-lltUllien !pll-hl-lll,! ,pledged' : to get

same stioiiK, sturdy fi-iiine Mud !flunk ,. .:. ,,"""' 'I.It"''t together tlio county' and t""l1l1thor'J''J.
open tounteuauce that tile ,,101Unr! ,. itioH ami/ h.I'gl'/ll'h/ a lenly in a day
fold. laid lie was born nt Hlnim, 0., .- '
In 1S tl'O1III1I.lIn... college lie win ''ui+ : ': ,,1; dollars. \ have been \ htuallyuusltiil

nduiltted to tile bar and Hened n termIn (,in the mails stud streets here,
the Ohio Hf.'olite. In 100:: I'resldeut .
Roosevelt appointed him n member of l' I. .1 hi I"-I v l'i, ,luinl\, .,Inn .\iiinr'hilra: \ .Vlni'.ial\, ', /Oiinniiil.| )1111. III 11.1 1 "I'l'icli,. I llmiiliT I' dime, 'patchwork i Bystoin in vogue,
the national t-KII. service commission which might bo saved if good machinery .'
and on tbe formation of tbo department I del, ,,"' II 'I li'ini H ailht: !pratlitnl' iii ...tolll' Iii it arch a motor meet pill Foul' |tl) h. |p-Plunk" Knhik. bucked' by intelligent use

of commerce and labor In 1003 \craft flDlll. lllC I )IMsilldl.'lll'; f.\II"tory, '! unt, In' iliipln uloil fur many day vlu tar. Mil h. |I' -Ilinl: KIMI-I,
I appointed him commlsMtoner of corpo- ,and (O-ini. Ilud.tran, vxitii.. :all hull.innn 'I The kings nf ,the apart' bulb ama- I'ope.Tolnilii, !01(> h p.-A. (1' V\ilib' of sumo, avers! in.ono If this opportunity -
rations. The pout has special Importance \\lnti-, 15 li m allotted to slip by .it will
In view, of the urgency of the ilul'' -tytle t mlp'Isr1I|' | the trill of I ti-nr" !wall I indfcMHiiinul, will try the C'olinnbiil) II. .ti.-I.: t'. I 11,1.1. nnqiit-Hlionably heI mistake be

nominated the KEIl for :I questions to be bandied by Its Incum fluted, )pd.fill'IIK'IH.' TIt"H"" ( llllPI) \\1'1"1 'speed: of their I r"'ciglll\II.1. Ainericjinbnill Thomas rivr, lOli. .p.-.I'. .1. 'Iii lie. dopltiicil, in the future.Wnik .

by Itepiibllcan. party bent.When Hhiillloil, hull hlinlllcil, a.q.iin, nml (Ijois.. .. llniewitli lure a f..1V11I11I11'4 'j'liiniiiiH rivci" 'lo h. p-r. M. lioneliuw. -
vice president mid run nn tho ticket Mr. Garlleld In 1800 married I '" nn' thin Ormond-Daytona
with Benjamin Ilnrrlsou.sir I Miss Helen Newell of thepresident turn ahnlll"I'utc.. 111111'1', pith, ho I ru-i 1 with uliiili, 'lo riinjiui'" : ', .
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mad, started thin The
1 IVl'll.'MM" :/1| |h., .-.\. |I1..llinn; ,' ,, was morning.
Held has devoted himself to hit of tbe Lake Shore rn11 rOIl<1. snit, lint ,IIi' few win I1. "!
sfw'taturv .
| i'imiklnx CAIIHMerntlcii :
-wo|, as proprietor. of the Tribune luci It was predicted by many that he would 111"-// : Kiiiiiklin' 20 li. I"I.p. win",.l.Ht, ,.,'. load, uindiino was Bent up under
the defeat of the Republican national become identified with the Vanderbilt '(>rsllll Iemrrg''lit'I '| .n''lglt' ll> oarurngn I 11h./ p.-W. K. Xiimleiliilt I. H. \\ M. Simplex| | 7.-, |h|. jPmnk (l'l'O., time' Dr. French to aid ,

ticket In 1392. but on three ocvaxlonslias 'I system ot railways and enjoy n career I MdiKiin tutu I liisio-wmkiTs .Ir.| ..\\ ncr and .ilritcr ker, owner ul,1,,) ,driver in ,mulling the work to completion.A I

accepted appointment to temporary ', as a transportation magnate but Ms to begin pi.inning iinnicili, .ilcly for Mervedi-B, !110 h. p.-E. R. TliDinnnou, IXM'Ulllullilo, 1)1)) II. |>-1)1-. llHK.I.. ) IJ.: i
positions of honorary character lie' ambition lay in another direction lieI inntlier Over boatll. tintimi .1'i, Edwin:, II. Himli'i iliivi, r IIOIIIMH, owner" ii Iii" driver. mail boil line been opened on the
was special. ainlms-iailor of the United i I I wished to make a name for himself In year a .Mercnlui. IK) li. |i.-II. I I.. liiiuiU'ii, rinlHlic./ j KID I h. /p.-Unltfi rliiiHtlc, piopnrty: of lA. Uunnell which
States to the, diamond jubilee of queen decidedly lilT fiiini llio U'iiitiinroaiion uniii-i ami drhi'' | .
public life, as his father bad done, but IIVMUT and ilriMT.MflXMlll'M \\illlo, iniiili morn convenient than
1 I I WhilM, nosh. I/-Ralliu i\ Mite ,
Victoria In ,
1807 member of the commission onntManil
to achieve fame on bill own merits, had, done its inilo in :')- :!-.i. IK) 11. p-H. II. StfM'IIM, OWII- iliUcr.Sfllll.. It tlio hoietoforo! in
which negotiated tile treaty of not as the son of a "martyr f reeldent"The -_. -- -.- ---- --- --- -- -. -. -- --- -. .. owe
peace with Spain In 1SOS and, special I,I, record be bas made In the study I ITho .. tlllH JHNIIUof till --
Club House Improvements. A Houseboat Party. ) I 11\11.\ )\h\\H o; tl)
ambassador of the United<<, States for of problems among tbe roost Important 'I'In-IMII.V' NUMI: U published\ during
JoinNortlicm); .
the coronation of King Edward VII. of fii.'ii.N/ im It coiiUinx uIt''IIII'nl thin.. toinlNt rn'iMiMi. I 15: [011113sir week IJ
now before the country Is beld to Last week, ur will stated in The houseboat \VoUciine, of Day-I
England in 1002. Mr. Held married a i : wrlt..npuf DnMniia. .1..Ii'.tH..1.. .
I I I Justify the prediction that he will fulfill 0\m X.\\ tho F. I K.': C'. A .\.
daughter of the multimillionaire I>. O. ', his ; 01- 'loiia, Capt. I tone, of Macatnua: Park ... -

Mills.\ !. purpose. ,1"I.llho, 1'n"lrll'lion nf u pier lot I:l :Midi., ill command'I. arrived Tlnns- .. II

c\tcinl I 1111 feet out into the \ll.uitic day afteinoon and laid over for a 1 f

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lie use. of its. ini-inhcrs aid. !nouls' asa party nbo.ird in from Chicago and i is 1 .'

vantage: point fiuiiiIiiili, to, tidy! composed of Mr. and, Mrs. II. MiNainoo '- )'i

@ tlie races, IT front which they inn : Sfr.I and Mrs. S. 11. Orwley Mason & Wall Company, ;

luro the linny dc11ieens [pr f the dccji'loin and. three hildrou. Jlcssvs. MeXaiiieo \ -

their. and Oiccley are moniborn! 1 1

Another I''' L'rlill now Inbuilt tho Board of Trade in Chicago. and
: Have the Largest Stock of 1
iinil lie I flub house CNteinliiig to are seeing Florida for the first time I 1

FITA within TT few feet of the hard bowel. -Fort Pierce News 1 I

liS a grand;: 1 stand from which view

cheap shoe i is like a the raters This will bo T ..shaped, :j Crockery Glass Enameled I It i y

politician it can be the wings extendinp; .:'I' feet north Big Racing Machine .

and smith nail l bring I 1-? feet \\itli-
easily bent in any direction Henry Ford of Detroit has completed -
I'lio piers are to be of brick and cement -
Why not wear to a good height above tidewater a 100 h. p. Ford racer for the t and Tinware ''I
iJavtona-Ormond) tournament The ;
Jtieen Quality awl spare ,' amid wooden |111)"t.| capping now machine will Lc driven Frank ;
hcse. This will bo finished cro the 1
the feet?
Knlick who scored NO well with his 1
races come ofT. K'
diminutive racer on thu Empire '
l1ool.:13.. IN THE CITY. *
track election day. The new racer
O. .\. H.1( veterans IlIthfrCflal"JlIlIfI 1 .r
50. will have six cylinders: each Ox':'; 1 1
J(few specials $J. : ?
a cnmp fire nf the City lintel 1, Saturday .
night, and fought again many and will weigh 1,100 pounds. Mr. -t'

of the battles of the I IXJO. HefiPHli-j. Ford epxects the new machine to : Prices Can't Be Ceat. I

J A. U end ricks take the straightaway honors at the
ments were served, which were much ,
'coming meet. KulTck is a capable '. _: :
Opposite Postoffice. enjoyed by the old 1 wildiers, thirty-1!
driver and should tie able to
.. two of whom answered to the roll i i i'' ) pilot 1, 1 j

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at Daytona }Florida 1 IJY Geo. F. Crouch, in the PIIIJlio.eI.[ II. ) ) -
and vicinity, is Democratic political
H n< ) : The climate of the East Ccnst of Florida]
it an advocate of prosperity, pence (;
m roads fur our citizens." Its columns g) ) : / l f is nearer perfection than that of any

) tDII.Ytona ', to bringing before our readers!' a City .\ other place on earth. f t *
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authentic account of the
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i Our local writers are ever on the lookout fur news items and ( : | ,
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The Northerner who spends his winters here, the (ircafcional -
winter resident, or those who are now making their
first visit to our City, could invest no money where it would/m I : !
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Don't forget; to examine our line of cigars

This space is for sale. sale in Daytona for Foot'sf and tobaei'os-the very best.

perfection tray trunks, Our Soda I Fountain ,is supplied with all Fruit ,

= the best automatic tray 4, Flavors, and our lee Cream is made from Pure

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DR. VAN VALZAH. ---. -- - .. .:-. . :- : : . .
Icccreamuny quantity Hills''. Qymkana Races .

1)) 3t Hotel Supply Co *
Those not initiated are I1t1king! :
la Sun reportorial: st.ifT. is in the diy, races which are advertised to take Dealers illPROVISIONS.IRESI1 .
recuperating place hero during; tho auto races

jCocal Jfaletdoscojo.Pieturetto I \\". II. IVtiM-s amid llonry llennc-t To an rutomobilo or lion race, tin I :

... were out Saturday and] succeeded in lymknna race stands as does the

bagging two will turkeys for tlioi potatoe race in athletics. In Indin,, : MEATS. POULTRY. ;
Sunday! tlinmr.F. \ "" where the term (originated the cavalrymen / :
tli )ally jCifa in 'Daytona and Vicinity.THE perform such shins\ during
I. 1C.: Itmiil\" 1 has. Mtartutl. ) dt'livi'iinj! \ a rare as. )carrying an egg in a spoon 30 Beach St. Daytona, Fla. 4 '
the \\0,0011( ( )() brick which he generously .
dismounting from the horse a given
presented to the I V. l K. C. A. A, number of times in a heat turning . . . . .l
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for building the pier on the bench, --- -
handsprings or some similar feat -
WEATHER. DR. DAVENPORT! : Cnjtaia Hilling arrived today, Just what remarkable stunts will ". il iOk*.11rC= 3Vc Yc c Jlfi. k k ( IQ It EI

ClOudy To-ni.oht" and Dentist. with a )party ot fiends from New have to be performed in the races :

Wanner. Tuesday Warmer Will open his office in the Open Smyrna on board the handsome here tins not as yet been decided.

and. Probably Rain. House Block, Daytona, on Jan. 15. yacht Mary[ D. rU :
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Cement walks Lave been built ii I
Row and Result
:Mrs. Chas. Messing returned from front of the residence of E M. Steel I
a trip to DeLnnd yesterday. "Ma. J. C. Howard will open t and tho automobile club house orRidgpwood. Saturday. night a row occurred in a

(toy Puckett left for Cocoa yester- dancing school for. advanced pupil ) This is a ]big improvement restaurant on Cottage avenue familiarly -

doy to engage:{ in newspaper work at the Opera House hall Thursday to the properirs! nod. a ronve.nience : known ns Hogan's R\J\ Y. i
afternoon, January 12, at 4 o'clock, to pcdchtiians." )It sears that a disturbance was =
The Buena; Ventura, dipt. Allen, Parents cordially invited, spectators started\ by an habitue of tho place THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR .
in commission Time ijl'!."!) offered by .las. D, I II II
is cup
owner, being put not allowed. satod; with tho white cook, who is a I
Moore[ will lie placed on exhibit
) who defended himself
cripple, so
H. beating of Palatka, was in
Nhortly. An extra amateur: event McCLELLAN & EDWARDS
his iiiccessfuily that two others joinedin
Seiibree/e yesterday,
: The handsome cup offered as a will be arranged for this handsome '
the fracas. Chas. Hammond, the
parents.Mr.: prize in coming races by James D. trophy, no place for which] has yet proprietor, then took a hand and tho
: [ Darker, of Ormoiul was down Moore, has arrived. Mr. Moore\ also been L> madivInstallation belligerent visitors were ejected. I' :

yesterday. looking:{ for_aii engine for gave a similar cup last year which .1
\ of Live Oak Chapter Ilia honor let off the cook and

hill now launch. was greatly admired, o. .", O. E.: :.S., will be held tomorrow Bert Pellett upon the payment of the

Barney Oldfield with his Green E. T. Boresfield, and family evening, Jan., llHh) at ;:::10, in costs! with the understanding that I

Dragon, a Peerless lacer, arrived to-. Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Masonic[ Hall, Orange avenue. Vis- the case would go to the Criminal

d ty and i is located at the Despland Seabring and daughter, D. H. Sen- ting members are cordially invited Court unless a more orderly place is 1

Mrs.[ Davis, of Holly lIillllI11! been bring, Seabring, 0.; are guests of liev. Edward Mclliigh{ and wife run in the future. i (
quite ill, but is now reported con- the Grand Atlantic. mil, [::0Dr.. A. J. Nast, editor of ----- %****'' *: *#*' **
Marriage. Yesterday -- -
and] his -
valescent. The Seabreeze avenue M 1C. lio Vhri..lillnpoluSi..t, == --

Chas. E. Converse, Miss Many A. Church is to entertain the St. JolmM tire, nil\ of Cincinnati, 0", are beingentertained Harry Wray, our popular jeweler,,
of X Gam- was marrried at 2 in. yesterday to
J. p.
Converse, Alden Converse, ChicopeoFalls River Conference January 2? Miss Stenza Rich, of Clinton, N. C.
)homo Silver
bin in his braiitiful
Mas[ nre at The Bennett. Hishop Chas C. McCable, T,. L. I n., on .]
touch.It. The ceromony was performed by
Mr.[ and I Mrs.[ C. G. Uehrens, Milwaukee presiding.The liev. C. M. Bingham at the parson i
Baker M. Crocker, who was hero a -- ?>.
; :Mr. and] Mrs Chas. afternoon southbound train IU
Joliot\ 111.; arc at The Cleveland. Saturday came down in two sections. row weeks ago and has been rustle- age.The marriage was not anticipatedby Ib tpJ
around down the Coast toward p
Mr.[ and Mrs. M. II. Yale, Jamaica, The first section was made up of ing returned and the friends of tho couple, but 1 .,.... .
Miami, yesterday reported :
O. Leach the F. E. C. hotel help aqd two private the best good wishes are extended, '
N. Y.j; Mr.[ and Mrs A. that nothing south of Daytona w
X. D. at The Parkinson. cars. The regular passenger. in which The DAILY NEWS joins. ffI
Wapi Ion, are : g
followed a few minutes later. is at all attractive to liim& after l.j I Io 1'
laving been here I'
Anent Saturday' Auto Accident.' w4r t'.
Mrs.[ J. L. Dicker, Jr.. Mrs. L. E. Sheriff Turner came over Saturday Special music, beautifully) sung ,!
O. l Keiflle, Atlanta; Jno S. Davis, after Arthur Zanders colored, by Mr. Stewart and wife, Sea Side Not seeing the joke in the write r

St. Charles, III.; A. E. Angler Bos- who was bound over to court on the Inn, Mrs. Ellis and )[McFarlund! up of Saturday's( auto accident, theDstty i Q I,:

ton, are guests at the Dospl: .ni'l. charge of larceny, being unable to of Canada, at the FirKtr.:\ K. Church News man re.wrotetheartide,
furnish bail he became of which should have appeared as follows I
Mr.[ Sebring has been notified that i yesterday iiiurning added much to I

hU. big touring car has>i been ship the county. i he services.Vc. are glad to learn : I --
lane. his Olds with hat this will continuo to )be 11 feat urn. "The people of Daytona and vicinity -I
ped. already President Steck received n I telegram question, because she lives with it,
II will recall! the ill fated cur No. they can have tho ill fated! No. 10's)
him. that his The appointment of \V. I). Crutn, old the rent of must ubido by her '
Saturday stating racing II), which had the sad accident) on I. number by calling on J. C. IVttepliur. us>
Mrs.[ Whittcn of Cedar Rapids, auto, an 80 h. p. Darracq had a negro, to be collector of the port of the beach, last race meet. J. C. ." solution because wo could touch it,
Iowa, has bought the property on !been shipped and will probably arrive Jharlestiin )has been confirmed. I'etteyher's experts, testing out a if wo tried, only at arm's length. I:
LouisAdlnr's : Mr. Stack, him- Senator Tillinau has the satisfactionof Twenty, ten there )I
:Magnolia arena, adjoining machine before a run on the streets, "Serviceable horse for. mile; pel frctly years ago
self will drive the car in some of knowing that it took three ap- had the ill fated No. 10's number gentle. Mills. 0 L't? win nit intense feeling of suspicion
I 'the races >ointment>* and judicious use of the the back of of them. in limo. North and especially in New
and pinned to one
For charter Marion[ Spruce Misses!. F.H/.uUh
W. R. Harvey,
Stick" to foist. !: that the South
'liig a negro l1p..nhis until turning England, was trying
Creek and other boats for fishing Over 200 important papers in the Everything went lovely Marguerite and] Helen\ Harvey mid 1
constituents. to iiiMitruli/.o time results of the Civil I
partiesorcruiHing. Van &: Johnson, United States and many journals in a corner on the return trip, Paul Harvey, Chicago; L. C. Carranahd ,
Louis Snell and wife and Harry when the skidded on the slippery war, With better understanding
Conrad's Dock. sat 14 I Europe reproduce pictures of the car wifp, L. C. Cnrran. .J r., Miss. .
Hotel will I line np on the beach printed in to lolTman and wife, guests! of the street, turning completely up- E. Carroll, Cleveland; D. P. has conic the knowledge that the "
The Agnes
Bay reopen
Tampa dayspaper. The Chicago Inter Ocean Jespland are entitled to a gold medal side down, the engine still running II. Southern whites are merely tryingto 'I
10, under the managementof I DeYott and wife, Dellovue, Ohio; civilization
January .\n lu-Saxn ,
fishermen in the doc.tor' preserve
Mid New York Herald J copies are ex ns being the champion The experts are now Frederich Hull,
Dell and wife
Drown. W.
Mr. Thomas J. Laud cellent. The largest appears in the of the East Coast.. They are out care and we are in hopes that Minnie Tliornborg Columbus, and that they mean to give the negro .:
Orange County Reporter. the best chance compatible with .
Newark, (N. J.) Advertiser. To Mr. every clay regardless:{ of tho weather, hey will soon be able to stand a Ohio Jno S. Sammis, N Y., are at "
A large shipment of shoes arrived Ilat[ away is due the credit for the and the beauty of it is, they always testing out. No serious damage was tho Oabl.s.; I that preservation

for M. B. Aultman today. This large amount of free advertising. come back with something to show done to the machine. "If anyone A trip Around the World
shipment of 25; cases! looks big lor their day's f fishing.! desires to 'get back' at a neighbor All eyes will be on Daytona the The young ladies of the Seabreeze ;
to the town. The Tobasco left for Miami\ yesterday week of Jan. 23 to 28th. People Goodall
enough supply --- --- --- a von no M. E:. Church, are
Vaiin. & Johnson 'have charteredthe with Mr. Matthews, her owner, . . . . from all parts of the world will lie arranging the above named entertainment -
and a party of friends aboard. The here to witness the greatest lyitomo-
which ii to tbis
launch Spruce Creek and added new place. 1 i
will return in time for the bile races ever attempted on the
her their fine (fleet. They have Six stations have been arranged.
for charter to the launch Mosquito, the race and will then take the launchto : Toilet Waters and Perfumes ; greatest race track the world take\ has I'usHcngers! will leave home station ;
she is enteredfor will care
Palm Beach, where ever seen. Daytona 1C (
fastest one on the river. at 7 p in., January parsonage,
Theroad, between here and Port the motor boat raced, in the of the crowds that romo. Her hotels Goodall,) noxt station at Boston, 4 :

Orange has been carefully surveyed cruiser class.A Ropier: & Gallet's Hudnufs COlgatc's.; some twenty-eight to thirty in thence to London, England: ) then to $ (

and painted posts marking the miles reduction of a fare and one Kick-seeker's Pinaud's Pivey's.J number can accomodato a'a the t Paris, France, on to Japan and bock \ ,
will rise
erected. Measurment starts at the third, on'the certificate plan, has crowd of people, and to to Washington, D. C. Fare 50 cents, 'f
Always on hand at the occasion during race week. meals each served
,postoffice. been received for members of the 1 including at stop,
The Southern Colonization Co., of American Automobile Association, The Brooklyn Eagle remarks the with style and custom of the country

Chicago, has purchased"20,000 acres who attend the meeting in_New York Atwood l Pharmacy following: "Tho South has incom- where traveling. Tickets on sale at

of land in Putnam county, with the City, Jan. 16thio' Slat At thin. rboiMttO f! f )tAX WE'L BANKIorS: Proprietor paratively the greatest of all our na- Atwood's Pharmacy] and Colonnades
intention of colonizing it. A colony meeting Jan. 16UT: banquet will be 4 tional problems on her hands in the Pharmacy. Hacks will run every '

or our two business could be men located in jhis with county.profitto erred at the . . . ''. . I race question. She must solve that teen minutes, beginning at 1 p. m.t'.,.It<:'

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DAYTONA and its <* ..$ .,.c ..$: A YANKEE TRICK without a word." aaSCHMIDT'S
Miss Bevan bung her bead. I VILLA |
"Tell me," he went on, "how you
** oe ,* ** ATTRACTIONS (Orlctnal.) brought yourself know to keep that silence.father You 2 Overlooking: the Halifax River Daytona, Florida.II
In high life there are caIn wherea certainly did not my *

KKK person is admitted to the "swim" bad taken: :your jewels, and If another in J* The hotel I commands a most attractive view in every direction and
while his or her family ore unrecognized bad token them every: moment lost have :* no finer location cnn be found in the -\icinity. It is only one mile *

Miss Bevan was such a person, lessened following up the chance thief of would repossessing :: from the ocean and is convenient to the depot, postn>rice, churches and'( *.
Why she admitted your
The Queen City of florida. She possessed the was component pllliDenongh. tbem." public schools.]: Wore sunny rooms' than any other hotel in town. I Juli; :

her breath, :: und ]lavatories, with sanitary plumbing and all modern
parts of a belle-vis,, a high bred appearance "I adult, she said under rooms tcm\rj| :
a courtly manner, the faculty "that I would not have been so forbearing :: ienre'J. Cuisiuo unexcelled. Hates $:_?5/1/ per day and upward Sj I',..,.. ...
I Vtwm the F. E. C. Rr.: Booklet. of Ignoring people out of the set w 1th- If the risk bad been of woundIng *: inl rates by the week. The only Tennis Court in tile city is locnteil l ""II :

of the out appearing to do so and a talent another man." the hotel ffrounds.( *
110 :Miles from JiicKaoiivIMo.Fare whlih nre properly n l part' town
UUP wny .. . . . .$:1.311 and population.. for using people. Having theM It was When a year: .later Lord Lightly then I <<
possible for her to without the Duke cf t'eppercorn, returned to HENRY SCHMIDT Proprietor
Kvuud .trip. . ... . . .. 'II.BI Daytona Beach wealth. get along America to marry Miss Bevan the :
1 ftt4+141.M."YttrftfM wM". .itrf f41 /i
Miles' from St. Augustine.Fare "Behold where a tM4tMh'ftM4 fit fM+1f1 +
Miss Bevan said a case
world ,
lien. one lullo enit nf the low). It l lapproocheil III was one of the guests at
one wny..1:0::! ,, l by three> gas! UrldtfcH. lIr Lnngwortby's "cottage. An old rich English duke marries a poor American -- .- ..

I Round trip' . .. . . .. 1.10 l ever the river and, well-grndsd livenni'S English duke, accompanied by his sou- girl." If the world haul known .*.*****.*****************.**.**.**** ..****.*..*.**.
DAVfrONA-; Is Hitiintcil, iiu| >u the the son a man of thirty-bad come over tbe truth It would have added, "Yea, I
and It the ,prlnrlpul. oiiiiiiner .re.H'ort -
west bonk or the llnlifiix Hivi-r) lit its to visit America and tbe two had been: but won by a Yankee trick. ;f THE BENNETT. I II
Dontli of St. A II UHUII". It has ,
fnlrrat I''IIOII| (> mud mlilwiiy,' lii-tnt'i'ii secured by Mrs. Langworthy for a visit
more tourlHtx'. during' the.. summer than -
i its, sourer nt Billow liny inul lit outfit during tbe season Tbe Duke of Peppercorn J I Open for the Season of 1904-05.
nil other pliireH Himlli' of tlint city coinhinisl the father possessed Immense JJ J Beautifully ;
lit MOWIIlltO ,Ud., 't. It lM 1 III Illtllllllf'M
.., ami IH tile becoming n fiivorlto estates 111 England, and at his death Woman" t''..,.. f Located on Hidgewood Avenue. :
:! S"\1'"'.'.rlllll' iiilh-N fioni :St.: AlljruMliit -
winter rexort.. lime ,henchlili', tbe son, Lord would inherit with Jack I
Lightly, "Yes I had n quarrel
niitl' oil,. mill* trout Ih.> AI.I the J Since last season this popular] house has been enlarged to tlouUc\ i its, i
linn" 111111 HIIIIMII|| ,by ninny: coiiKlderislthe title and tbe estates. Ml s Bevan returned: his ,letters maopeaevl""lUdesd"
,I Imillc .iii run. mnl I N niIlmovIrdg, ,'i| to : Jlnext In tin \\i.>rld, mid I the, surf, determined to concentrate all her former capacity. Rooms single or en-suite, with or illout, *

be nlllioiir. n lluil fur 'liciiuty iiiiiitnu hnlhint, IH stir.Slit..! excellent MIIIIIII..r11I111 blandishments In one supreme effort to "That-tbat Is, I only opened' ono corner Private' !laths Hot and cold water in the new part, fnrnaceheat :
the: \llliinnf.. tinSinilli:: II* HI| > Is I secure the Hon.I but I didn't rend them.
winter. I'copl.Who 'linvc, HiedNorthern
and all modern conveniences.
"l..m|> wlmt I Is> 1 Known' iii high limn111 WHU," sold Mrs. Langworthy to "No; ?" J
: nml" Wextern' Riiiiiiner riMnrtMileclnre I
111 U III III d I tllllt nuts IIIAMII'll' ll.Viintuii Miss' lievun "to post you with regardto "Except to-to just gill III''' at the Menu the Best the MarKet \
with ii iiii'Ml .royal moulli, of that there. are non,,> fI.> 'perfect I the duke. lie suffers under a form heading. Affords. .

IIJIllt'Htll'! foH'St. Il4'f"l. Illlll' IIIIIIHliflln in comfort IM Imytoim bench.I, I of mania. Ho Is a kleptomaniac. Ills "Is that all?" Albert Bennett Owner and I

->in'.ii.. |I" llii IIMMI ol' In day, nlili, Automobile Race Meet. Boo In very sensitive about bis father's "And-and nee what wax In the mid DAYTONA FLORIDA. J

"t''" linniiliil ....111111.'x tied ui'll/'uiuili'il The Florlilii I.'nst f'"",, AntoiiioblloAxHoilntlim defect pains and to though return ho takes everything the greatest his dIe."You" are sure?'* *********** ** **** **** *** ***************-*****.**J

"' halls nod' Kill-Hi., Tinii'xtilt |Is coinliii' 'ti) mi nnniinl racu father steals' will not listen to any ordinary "And run through the postscript.' Butdidn't ___ __ _. _____ __ _u ._._
, Hint, 1 nil nliiiiu tin nil,, 'n\fiiHM tlintliiiiiinl meet on tinlicnch, wliiih has, now a discussion of constitutional
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11 if luau miluiilly, MMnml, 1 nnlvfr" m ic'putiitlon i' nn the si'cutest blight. They say it runs In tbe family, dearr'! + 000080000+eoM
ntilr" unl.H null,, liivKuilrx. ninny .of mitomol rime ('''III''f! In HID' \\orld. only cropping out with age." -- -.- -- .- : 2

t ""'111 draped.. ulili 1I1'1I"'flll fi"lnoiiM. .of Tint luijtoim-Ormnnd, Hendi N' 'hard ills Hevnn being of an Ingenious. Fa eblon'x IN inlIt>'. .:: Parkinson House I

lln rIn.v Similxli|' iniisi, Unit ..\""rlll''II'I. ,10/4 iiiiicniljini, and nil Ideal fli'clch mind., set herself to turn this knowledge A twelve-year-old; who had recently :.

the, Hlicct I mill nnlKx, nml' IIIIKHIU limn* of tlility, or mure. tulles \\lllnnit a to account. It was not long before attained to the dignity of separate .. .0

., ',r are' Intels|"'MMl, 'till! lr<>|il' >'iil. "piilim-tliiM... break" iinikeH It tin mitnrnl' racing Hhe had formed a pla n. One morn I collars found them u "vanity and" t'cxu"l'apn" : : 11".1..1111..11.! ....I.II'.r nf! !Kiilwnimil, nml. MiiKixilinvciiin. a
ntf w'li.*.n n vniihtlnif nnrfv Wes nro- tlnn .., tl.A anI pIt + s
I L: ghasxy-liii!' \el. IlltlVllilllllt,: fin grnlit, boys ;LTullliil' for. Amcrlcn. pored : -Ilevan n.t"tbl; st' -; ;- ; Kin: .lidl.luliti.i / 0
MUs moment be demanded I one tiny, utter : : I'lnniliiiiit" / ;. llnllix., nii'l nil nimliin"
y (i mi ('UI'III''I"'I'.' "iin.v, miii ninny At .low /tide. tin- bench. In biircd' for I' oa
was attacked by an Indisposition/ nnd an unusually 'long tuxxl.ttlth the,
rebellious nd.trllultra.I 'l'nl.I IIt.Ixt, till
other vnrli-lli-M, wlilli.. In iiiiiny ..I,"'.... ::
the, wild grape,, tln trilniii't. |, till> nml, bicycle' or 'pi'ili-xlliilll cnn nniKc u till she saw through her window the will ever go out of (lI..hlol1. ?" w Illlll.t. lllihlllll. I 'IIH.IIIH., "I'll |iillll'.l. ) Illlll 1 'Ill-Ull'l''. :JMIIIllll; IIIxiM"iin 0

I t t the iiiniflui-4ls"|, | illinli, nml" rllng mniiiiK 11I1I'.lIy1,1 hie Imprint, on (lie Hinoolliand ;yacht Htmiillng out at sea theu opened "I think not my buyWald the dlacouraglng e | ''. i PHI,. ritfr-. ill[ |
.1'1 the lirnnrlii'H. running' shady/ lowers l wi'll piickeil scud' It 'N, no uncommon her dour and looked 'Into the bull The I, reply. a4.

Hint nililliiK. genre" nml lu'iinty. sight. 'to sip Hull rlKfiil 1 .blcyICM doors and' windows of the bedroomswere "Jlnilny" exclaimed: the dcjucted : MRS. JOHN B. PARKINSON :

a .' The: town UPS. (innilli'l wllli tin, <.. HpeislliiK'. wll" the. vclm-lly. of the all open for Hiring, but there were hopeful', "that's a bum prospect. wearing .

1. llulifnx. .HUiT, Dud' \li'inM, fur tiriirly' Kind.. .before KlHT .hrccxi nloiitf 1 the no servants about. Stepping back 'Into collars all your Ur-LIJ: >!IIIII'OU'S : Owner and Pn >prictor. 8

t"t two mill's nli ii IK' tin HI"...... TlilH. ""11..1" beach. thus iinonlinu, the most her room she took from a bureaudrawer Mngaslne. .

I' .f river la lliu ili'llh'lit. "( I tin* nnnl'T unit' exhlliirnllnu. ; spurt known tu mini lie bracelet a besides brooch other a necklace smaller articles nnd a Hud a Good Job. a 0.000000000000000000000000000.eO00000C0004e0e0M

I the yaililHiiinii and furiim inn1 of IliatoWlid 1 1, MlileM.. IIII' ."', mllcH nf IiiirdKliellcd.pilllilfiliiKed of jewelry, theta, going ualn Into the Much amusement was caused) lit a

"t, gl'I'lltlNt" lllllflCllltllM.The hoiilevni'ilM' bring, the IUMTH' of hall speedily ran to the duke's bedroom sign' writer's establishment on lecclpt rt.++++ It+++ t++t++++++t++*+tt+.++++++++++++i +++++++*
l iniilii iiU'iiui'X tlinl run INullrl '-' tint vliccl. mud' \chlclcH. .. Into' illrect the location of whIch she ball of the following order: : 4xe
t nlili ..,' luti-i'M'ct' the rlvi'iii' ru. touch ullli tin. mull Iuhlnd' o\fi. the. hotel An ocean brepKu blew In at the "One memorial plate, to .be uorduda : ;

t. all I IIID fi'i'l' nlilc, fxri'jit lii'iii'li" shot "tans" .brlilgiw. Vilili-h span' .Hie ..|>l ,Illlll, ,U Illllllll l NlMy 1 'II\1' fl'l't, Illlt llllN lti\cr. were thrown over the footboard and members and friends of time Tuildle- i

P1 fl.1 11: u ' open' '"'11 1111 fill wnlnluHtlug It... The 'beach from. the Miindy"l ,hlnirs. toHie. his grace's evening dress suit which ditch/ Y. M. C. A. In 'loving memory of i De plards *.
wag hanging on the buck of a chulr.Mlsx Joseph Juggles' for many yearly honorary
Its ,
111.011| 1'iixli'Ni" lili'. wish. loucMt point lit ,bbll,1,,, uu'nsnrcas
licMin. slipped her jewels' Into a secretary and faithful/ servant of : x
. + the unit ,
IUtteYdi inul How nml' nlonUllll "' TiOO;, fi'i't nml. the "IrE: FAX "
( axcriiKc depth'' God.. 11111.I Jxov
I pocket of 'the trousers and went backto Birmingham' (England.! )) I'ost. +
III'UIHH. Illlll... I'lMIH'H lie .'"..1111';. nf. the slur ineiiHiirex nhonl duo r..c1. her T one. :

I I, from ..IT I lie.. \\' II" Alhumlirs wlilcli from" the oicmi fioni OIK- to two feet In nnd Miss Hevnn having; recovered "No he's riot what you would call an ++ ++

1 temper| iintl remler the llnlifin/ rlitiiiiln ileplh, miller" normal conililloiiM, making wax nt the table She nut next to Lord egotist" remarks the man with/ the : .

one of ihi most, |1"'I'f'1 In tln world the heiuh mi ntlrncllxe ami tiliHolutely I Lightly, and with consummate tact. funny column face "but there are + l'NhIIL: :

IJnjtoiiii lin. inn' ny miles t, ", innileil. mnl' ulii'lhil ninilH and Hero Hie Infant nx nell.. im the most liked to talk about drew him out up in himself." JJesplaixl :
:f- II'.I", rviiileiliitf. It ,Hie.. vflcriin. of xrtyImlrcil on It. listening to every word he said "That Indicates a good deal of con + Owner tinij. I'lopiiitin'/' +
ninny Hummers, CUM without the slightest disposition to talk. celt" comments a listener."Oil +
; Wb.elwan'. Parndlsey1 Kiifely enjoy' IIm 'limny nf a sea" hath For the next few days, or, rather no; :you sec 'lie, Is n contortion i DAYTCNA FI.A. ittttttt
tit iiildetl 'tu these, lint n nill<> nwny throughout. Hie Inrger purl of tin- year, evenings, It was noticed that Miss ist"-Chicago Tribune + :

...;i lUll thirty lullt'U of "III'N.'h.|| hard lienvli' while tea'slruog' and expert" H\vlimner, Bevnn appeared without her customary 11 +titit+t+++tit+++tt+tittt++it+t+t+t+ittt+++.a

that. affords nn mil'Ivnlliil, foiirmi for cnn' ventiiii! out further 10 text his,. adornment of jewelry. Lord Lightly No Mlvrobea For Him. = = = ----,.---= = .

'Hi t. long dlatunt'o ryrlliiK nml ilrhliiK or, IIlr"'h slid Hklll In halfllng with the was devoted to her: and took occasion "Tommydon't ;you want one of these :.t :,r w.AI SJ..I..J ...w..wwL: : 011:. '...!. 'UJ"_ ". ._ .J."" ..... <01 51' autvuioklle ini'inK.' Nu-; town of'equal Inexliiin.Hllld 'pitnerx of lilt mighty [ to compliment her on not needing gem. .kisses. ?" ,asked Ills mother, punning the norm Tm.T rsT.TT. TT T Frio1F m T A1j1tj14/1t, I/FC.llt/Ilr jet T
f r .'lie, Nortii or South. ,_nnmi._.. .'_.. a.,, 01111. I I to enhance her beauty declaring! that -.11.- ho.dt-----..
r. many wliveluien, nml. cycling U a fnvurlto "',- Th. she looked more attractive lu the simple "No ma'am" replied Tommy. "I 3K
pantluie with tin? Peninsula costumes she wore when she left off f beard sister tell that young man who THE COLONNADES.
:.r und winter' tuurlsta Summer lyliitf D....1\\11 rlrt-r mid' OCPIIII' IM him>. the jewels But one morning his lordship calls on her that there are microbes In *

I The Bantlfnl half mile wide, nut! In 'lifliiK rnplUly appeared very grave. He was reticent kisses. Yonkers Statesman. : *
J that Cottage Improved and Ilu're am.' ninny flue rottnges us to the cause, and no one understood Seabreeze. '
, ;F have been erected during the pas| t and m-vi'i'iil' Kant| ,hotels, 1 mi It except Mite Bevan. She remarked )..11 Rich, It. .

years and ore being built lire renderIng peen boos.Neu "(run |piers I In'iii'li, It and was secretly pleased.That A HOUSE OF EXCELLENCE *

It'. Imytona aa fmiioiM for Its inn" pgtllliin nml' n 'iii rg.'uxlu.ti evening after dinner be Invited =
livium UK for Jill hi-niillful' river trees: A her for a walk on the piazza and when A. B. KIMBALL. E. II. FAUNCE..e. .
; and au'iiiii'H, nml tliey" ori> nildliiK' Remarkable Feature there proposed a stroll through the ,*
curly. to its. nttrnctloim. nt l>iiloini' Inis lii'i-ii tin jrnrly !linliruri'innnt grounds. Once out of hearing from *

't', Not Ibis 'least of thetie ntlrnctlniiH til In 1111' style' iiml) viiliui) of those In the bouse he said: 'WW"WW": : 'R hW IBff'WnWJ01fj _

, those. sei-ni-liitf homes III the Sontli, lie liiilMliiKs" Hint nri> ln-lntf. crcctrJ" "Miss Bevan. I have something of Importance .
. and, niiiklnt' HVCOII-I only to liuiiltlifuliif for .linini'H. Alt'lt of rn|>ltiil nf till! to nsk you and to tell you.llrst 0 -
, ,," and |...rt..UolI of rllniate, North mid \\Vxt, linvo bii'iiiuinkeii> : will you kindly Inform me why

\\1 l the fuel Hint' Its ]oiulnlloii Is chiefly..., Ii til to Its nilviiiiliigi'4" for ulnlr ronlK'lii'i'S Jewels for several days you bar worn no The Cleveland ..

coiupoxed. of I'lilliMiliil nml, 'Inti'lllKi'ii! t ( uud vnliinlili' lots, iiri, ,,,'1111; '' \111I", .halt
l people, niTii.itiiincil to the |inrrliiiHi'il. nnd. rosily .liniim'H, 'Iii'iiiitlful Must It"'nld, with iympa-- :New and nne block from l'o.tomee amid Rlvt'r f'I'ont.
rHlnpiueii' Neatly
''II theUc Furnished Rooms
note In her melodious voice.
of home nml xoi'liil' In I mid llnlHh, nro 'liclnji t Single or Enaulte, Bath Gas anti Steam
life Added. i-rcct-
10 would
esteem it Special
tlll'... feutiinu silo:. 1111(1 'Ill'llllllflll Illlllll'H a great favor. attention given to the Table Fari.SEASIDE .
lire gall! ,rlillrrlii'H goal '' till lllllMltM. "My 'jewels are missing! Phone
:III :lIt
I [: public mid .prhflte Hcliimls, stores, of willllli mnl t'liltiiro III',. undllplyhnglseabrazo "Let me ask you further whether 700 I' SPENCER B. PREEN Prop.
.- hl/II'/ Imindry ""'lIt iniirkflt novelty (City ItcuutJful/ ') amt are aware that my: father 'Is afflicted lahl She If you eat all that candy lip

works, mi open 'house, |. Ijioodiill nn. ai'ltli'iiicnlH" oil tin Ocoun ftlll mffA Vfttt .......11.. ...1......... ma ses you'll die.
CIMIILUul| .. '
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for ntieet. nml' lionso' Illiiinlnntlon, ui toe peiiiimiini ncrims the Hall- he Is a kleptomanlacr'"My ecstatically)-Oh, death, w'ere 1 Is
goal telephone' : ByHtem l 11'0 factory a fox sties from "") 10110.t dear Lord Lightly.'I have been thy sting?-Chicago American. 'INN

J I.lly WaterVorko, end hot mid cold .\ the, foot of Ovenn Itouleviird, so Informed by our hwt_. You bars Net AND FURNISHED COTTAGES. '

:;. baths, eli'. ., nml. everything' else Senbrr'x.n |der/, rcnclicH Coo' feet my heartfelt sympathy.: Yes," Mr. Fa oa Everything Modern
ran he "Then hare Btaylate concluded oracu- Homelike
/ procured. neroKH till ;you suspected tar and Comfortable
Hint la bench 'Into
neeesMiiry to nmku thu nwilllnn ther larly, "there baa got to be Hotel
cf having' taken your jewel and n change. I directly on the .\tlontl.
"' life coiufortatle. An liuportnnt. fent. aiirf of time ... ..nll. Thli l 111.'r! In a bare said nothing to m. about the mat.arT' hop to see the da"You )"- n.\TfS; :fiO:! :: FER DAY COO/lt. Suit batiilllg and'sea itching unsurpnx",, 11.
tire In the liealthfiilnefia of this' town favorite/ rcHiirt of thORU' w "ho delight. won't have long to Walt" Inter SPECI.\J. BY THE WEEK; ;

t Is the In the sport of J1..blng.' The stint "Nor to any one else My jewel ar rupted Mis Patience Oonne. Th H. F. STEWART Prop. aoodall. Fla.

tl Water Supply: here abounds. In trout ponipauo, yel-" not worth the wound I would have Inv clock Pre just struck 12."-Philadelphia' _
x.- lowtall **
cavalle whiting flirted.
which In derived from numerous drum 0.. K.... LLINOIS'HOUSE
sheepHhcnd and There was'
flowing ninny other varietiesof a lone pan*, after whleJo -
of which' there are prob. edible' Ash.. Lord Lightly took from bis Rob-Say, Bob, loan me $100, wilt
Liurlng the pocket the
ably 3oO 'lu the corpornte fall gcimon you? Bob-Why. man, have Port
llnilta. Thin :yon lost
missing article
: the famouit and banded them t* Florida.
sea bnsD nlToril.s ,
flow la secured. by boring' wells royal' her. your senses? Rob-Nope; at least not
to the
b' depth of from 80 sport| and It bas been no uncommon my sense of touch.-Yale' Record. on Ridgewood Ave.
/ to 120:! feet pnj)8lni occiirreneo to 'land a thoimand 1IIM Hen," he said, with a votes Terms $6 and 17 per week

thin through depth. several assures' strata' of rock, and of tills ganioy flab in an afternoon Pounds know full of of repressed feeling, "I do not of New ..rl..... D. W. WINN
purity from nil your ancestry, but you moat Edmonta Prop.
-How ,
4 nrface Indlvldunla' of tbem ranging from be born ;you do love to make .
contamination. a lady. Too
The certainly
water In fifteen belong new friends! CustacU Yes .
lightly Impregnated to Ullrty- \'O poiiinln. In weight. to nature's nobility Not on are .*************
with woman 110 much *****
tnagneiilit more polite ** *
than *
old ** *
Sum! I Iron, and. holds' sulphur In Not only. dou the ocean offer thin. In ten thousand, picked from the Detroit Free' Press. ones. *****-***.....4. *****.**..*.

d shape of gnu which,. soon the Kplendld' : sport but the Halifax River, world' best people> would have had The .

Tko Papalatlon of Daytona posses: away only' half a lullo back of the ocean, U the delicacy, tbs kindness, the un- Of dl the evil spirits/ abroad In the i Palmetto House i

proper In about equally famous for It. ilno fishing, lBsbness, to permit herself to be rob world' Insincerity Is the moat dangerous ...
1800. :Added to and the varieties tbat abound j ot'wbat.women so dearly prhW Fronde. : Well Known .
Ja In the
a miliiirbati and
population ... Popular. It
on mala w '
bore and peninsula' ocean are present In the river. I"r .A..AAAAAA..AA..4A...#.*****..********: :
about 1,000 at I o
Kingston' and flablng good. }: r It
Blake Old : is.

fe t 1 Ooodnll.-Senlireeaio---- -and---Seabreesv Hllvf-r Beach or at I perlcnced reasonable guides' price and. dog may be 'Inul I I e i Overlooking the beautiful Halifax River, I

: THis space for sale i Daytona A homelike and comfrotable

: house. First-class
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