The Daytona daily news

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The Daytona daily news
Place of Publication:
Daytona Fla
Geo. F. Crouch
Creation Date:
January 11, 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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IT. No 9 Oo i B.ich.i All Clueee.' Daytona, Florida, Wednesday January 11, 1905. t AJvrrtlMnif Medium In ')tuna end Vicinity' Price 3 Cents t I

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What Came of Curing these Tew"days ff wnsrow Inn ; with opportunities for money-mak-

upon him that the face of Cecilia was ;; ; ] John \' ) y iiignnd i .I lite t t tim is opportune. Our )1t
..fin IdealOriginal. especially suited for the mother of one I: Post Orb the. Streets a Menaceto ( to 11lIero'li \
who, though divine, was torn In a The U.irtlcn Spot of Florida PresentsInducements resources are legion; and fortune,
Life. Sightseers to the auto;
manger on Beach for the '1 1lunl'l
Willing wliiih kiinckri hut oiu-o at every
The artist confessed bis professionand Are Cautioned. May we hear it toot Worker :
1'h"I'e wall mice an artist who told tbe farmer of LIs object The In time to scoot. ( door, is. now loudly knocking

mlilfvt'j frciit tome In tbo painting of man was so pleased that his daughter li.ieers: are now ou time Daytonaliwuli Let iia inaugurate the new ova/ -The Unchained Poet.A .
out picture He never painted another should lit for a picture of the Virgin i every day, when the tides prosperity which is dawning upon Hid.I it welcome. ,
that came anywhere near equaling It, that ho consented to take her to the ,
permit, eiuWvoring. to test their DII't0l1l'ith nil enthusiastic spiiit. ,
but his. inaHtcrplcce alone was enough artist's studio himself. I Sweet Joke. -- ...--- '.
iiiiiliu Ida fortune. For months the picture of the Madonna machines; thoroughly( nut hundredsof Fortune! smiles upon us and let UH
the Marshal.If .
While Htnifgjlng for recognition he was growing on the cnnvns. Vu. neoi'lo KO over to see what time is. An American army ollicer \\lio talc advantage! of fortun'ti smiles; ; City l
consciously tbe painter though bo followed was in Cuba dining the l Spanishvitr. incurs on .the !Rlicets or
with and und in IIIW
IY1I In love married a young Cecilia's features and outline, nude "I' 110ml'iU" they shoot by. they nro OIlI'H--OIIJ'8 to enjoy,
-Ileleua, wn her name-.who to was extremely dissatisfied. ill the d'IIIIIman monopolizes the sidewalks
kill- a
put In the expression with which his Thi I .,Hi> .ighl.'el" to I'll"Tho' \ cornucopia
bliu was perfection. It la well known imagination had endowed his lost wife hive ninijioii'il( ofnnlouo'1iiIists cooking, lie inxihlcd I that the haugti propilioii' ; nml
that loxirs endow the objects of their The picture therefore became a thingof \ bicyclist ilIho Cubiiiitt put sugar into everj.tltilig I'omoiiii is moro prolific' in her new zees, is the inarshalV"Trno ] ,
love with every attraction, and tills heavenly beauty. But tho artist main, but in.niy ride in .their car* coo.eJ.L\ last ho announced
man endowed his wife especially with could end no child that would do for ri.igoitor etch walk over. Tlioy, are they pledges! of great 1Ill1l1l a model of the Infant Pailour. He that he would 1 cat nothing but boiled needed ho is oftenelseuhcro.
great beauty. He painted a picture of an\ioin to. nee fast time inndo: but do reap) this Itm''c..lllu\V ready to gal'-I poHcoiii.nihou
had sketched
her nut us his Imagination saw her, but a child's outline In the eggs. "They can't sugar them, lie ner. I In larger cities the po- ..,
picture hoping every day to come upon not seem to 1.111whllt it iiie.nm. to
us MUD was, and when the picture vatfuinplPtiHl tbe model be wanted. The bubo shouh 1 travel at SO or I III ) mile !hour. ilcclared. So he ordered them ml Then in nothing suliu tho past licoineii lm\e: heats, covering; a squarenr 1
bo supplied Its beauty from per ] ho
morning. Hut before appealed
resemble Its mother, and no babe conic but
Mi& liiiaglimtlon, just ua lie had done In be found with the features of Cecilia. On the, bench. it. is n case of "here at the table another officer had I filled.I for Dajtun.t.: Tlio world was bright, two and are on duty eighthours.

the CliMe of tile original.Soon I I By this time the artist bud become "141|lap comes!" nnd, un nu,.l lately thc the salt cruet with BII ; I'. AVI ion Kloiiil.iiis nil tight, Duytona) it the '. Poi this service ho receives i
after the completion of the portrait engrossed In his work. Gradually his spoet.itor: most mil out "yonder) she sca beat l city' in Flm'ida.0 hoods. wnsh !hI,5u;:I: per' djy. Hero wo have but ,

Helena sickened and died. The I Imaginary conception of his wife the "kicker" appeared his t'ggli'cIe: piopeily here No:; bcisturbulence lUi.. ono olTioor, who U popul.iily] supposed Y
Roes'! away )
beauty was transferred. to this mode brought to him. He opened' tlicni
linsbfliid was Inconsolable. He would I I ]land with to bo on duty all tho time, and
Hit nil day looking at the portrait ,, and through her to the canvas, thoughof Keep oT( the eonrse.! Either: ] drive with gloomy complacency (nod ( tI'lIl'tt1' '
this he was unconscious. Then OliO nioulton Idea; or swallows the cover about two square miles.) For
which to him was even more beautiful 01' unlit \\.111\\ p to the soft Mind or sprinkled over them plenty] of the up) '
day It occurred to him to marry Cecl Tlio dark and this servic'e ho receives tIle inunifi- '
than It was when ho painted It. A chiho to the waters Tlio driver affrighted ]pOpll1.I.i
Ha, and perhaps they would have a edge. doctored salt. At the first mouthful
whole year passed, and ho bad done ominous elands tluit threiiteiicil have cent sum of !? 10 month.. On this
child that would do for the model In.
of mho i
oiilimiry nuto tie ho turned purple. "Sugared! S" -
nothing but mourn. lIe was so poor rant Jesus Her father consented and ) iggarcd passed tinny and I out winter of discontent pittance a man in expected to support -
\\.uils to .show Avluit hint. little
that Ills clothes Were rags, mid he had the marriage took place. cur can ho oxcl.iiineil and riiHliudfiom is. inadu gloiiotis Minimer .bythe | n family] pay his debts and
nothing to out except dry bread. Then After bill marriage tho artist left her tin\ nth I Liken ni tho] 1>et' pint of thetrack the table \\oik all tho time-not 1
( of tlicao practically
one day upon learning that there was picture as It Wall, hoping for a chili. lie uenis hit go 'uleK and lightening rays siina
from which he might fill In tho chili of I'loiida.Kiili to 11It'lIti"1what ho ought to lay up
ti> be n competition for an altar piece
assumes nil Hit". I'U"ItI1Ctllll,1" airs of
in the picture. A little son caino to I Robbing The Malls for old).) a e.IVrqu'iHitcA. I
fur a cathedral, n Madonna and child of
trees greet us oilecry
him, and when It was iibout fifteen tin rarer, iiidiinjioli/es the lieM' pailsuf groves
ho roused himself to tin effort to win 1 D.> l'. wtoflico I inspector liaiul. Tlio world is Bonic ono S.IVB.. What
month old he transferred the Image to tin 1'111111,1) iitm ineH the CVOM OuingK, ( ours.'l'ho (
the prize. The:winning picture must bea tbe canvas. The Madonna was a won of all mire open him, and in lealilyIII fiom Washington, ]D. C., and C. '1'. prices offered for the ptoducU are tho perquisites| for an honest
wonder, and three
years were given der; the child had Inherited her features 1 ho tines his ? Not one
Merrill I. 8. Marshal. nt Jacksonville of our land are movt llatlciing; nud man u duty
lloliei'il.Ii I.
In which to produce It. and her father adored him. is i "seldom "

The artist. knew that the first thing When the picture was finished the few ,it ion were to he seen yesterday. I arrived 3klond y looking for n encouraging: t" Ihe husbandmen.Florida cut.\ J

fur him to do was to find a model It who were permitted( to see It were e\"l.'II'I' man licensed of robbing the mails.j] in. tho, garden spot of the Sumo of, tho citizens may not liko
le.nnin .to Lido liicyeles nnd l
was' tho spring of the yesr, and bo Rallied truck dumb with admiration. Hilt one ot Marshal] Xuber a"emt aid! lie wot Id. the present marshal personally but ,I
thing puzzled the artist. No OliO saw children pl.nina( directly in the
forth Into the
country thinkingto could) but the thief wax not ill that ]ho has made an effiient a ,i
likeness between the Madonna nail apprelieudod. agree
discover among tbe dairymaids or any truck, ciid.ingeriii; not only their \Ve ]have heiiltli .luau can bu fotntdhints
Cecilia.It oflicer is attested' by the l
shepherdesses what he desired for itwas nun !lives, lint the lives of others. Natiuo'H Hinilaiiiini.Ve an
was a happy morning for the artist citizens who 1S
from the simpler classes that the lumber of prominent
and his family when the award :Serious; nnd f.ital accidents arc sure h.ivo.: \\ateniH pure in thoneclarth.itfailed
mother of Jesus came. The pleasant New Auto love signed a petition to increase
air and sunshine brightened the spirit was announced and he was found to to 0"1'111'" a few il.n'H heron w hen there Coming gods; WCI'O'lIt to ijuaff with y

within him, and lie became InterestedIn be tfie winner. The prize was enoughto will I lie, iii.iny titanic' tnlwhillell "pel'l-, i Ford has now almost completed] glee.; Wo have all tlioconcictoblcs- his H.dnry, and by those who donated '

LIs search, Ho visited many young not keep only them enjoyed very A competence modestly, and, but they the in;;:, niili>..s the I",pie'] are! innrerare- another very light; and very ]hi/uh-; ,, niiiga that a succinct statement libcially for Christmns present to ,
women, but found none that he thought
would do for a divine model. Ills Ideal fame the father and husband had won fill.I powered car which he predicts will might; define. and I it In our pleasure him t

was the face of his lost wife, and one He tried often again to do such work :Nou; fur the, ,rights. of f the 1 other] !become as famous as his wonderful and our duly to still further enjoy Let the salary bo raised, to $50Tier

tuny look a long while without flndlngnn name but never on a picture succeeded.was ever However after, nin his-I I Hide .\ lau i i.. in force jdohibilin( old !JIm, with which he last winter this' state of human happiness.Daytonu mouth-it' ho is not worth that

Ono Ideal morning of anything be passed a dairy. dent to insure Its solo for 11 large mini hii'leH( from I.illg, driven mi the on the ico fixed a 3J! -\l-r second 1 uiiint and whall go ahead. amount, a hotter, man is sadly '.' if

and, going back to the cow sheds, fUI'W'1 One of day the several years tho artist after wont the win sticttiata, "siieil|' I j-realPr than 10/) mark in spite of the fact that the It has the niiieua of watt; it has limo needed. "
ning prize up
arose from milking and greeted miles hour.';' .\II"fIICI'IIIW,' old as almost three old. The
nn car was
Into his garret to bunt for n frame he years fire of youth, uiul the coinage of its,
with a very pleasant smile-n smile of hoped might be there. His old pictures" tilt Bills. reipiirtMiill) vduirlestotnnt new car la to bo a llO-hoso;; ] power cur vi.tiuIIS. ]Its IP'r11'ullle! B, OMficld) and wifo and A. O.lliikh .
pity, for the man was In tatters and 1'011 1'1'< are
looked hungry. She offered him a cup were scattered about, mostly. daubs ol to Ih.t liuht. which will weigh but ]1,3OO: () pounds.. advancing'lUliI111.1. with :1\ <"lil, Cloj'land, are at Tho .
his Therewas ono picture -
of milk fresh from the cw and then days. Mr. Ford said that lie will hiniHolfI Dosplaiid.A. I. l
took him the portrait of woman, that he In tin- fiisn! of n bi h-powcr racer healthy gum-ill, mid everything is
Into the neat farmhouse and
Rave Iilu a good meal When the could not remember ever having paint \\liiiliniustbo, inn over HDIIIO of the rive I the car at ])avtonll. Ford linn moving along as tueirily' as" inar-: 11. Voting anti. wife Evanston,

farmer and his wife came In they ed.. lie took It up and held common It to the streets people arc willing; that the demonstrated that he he has woniler-' ringo hells., 1'ut your shoulders to III.; !MI.... K. Roll Misa Tamany, I IMiss j

gave him a hearty shake of the hand light. The face was a'I'ry Inbrolen \knowing that Fid nerve. It is the! lightest car for ; N. J. Mrs. E
and place one lie tried to remember what peed) law tho wheel and help boont the town.Help EIliMI.Oewal'k.: : ;
approved of what their daughterCecilia ,
hud done. I model be could have lined In Its paint- the, machines: mo not able to run tho power that was ever ,. producedWill ymirw'lf, nail I Ood, will do, tile II. IlolnKM, Chicago: nro at the Clar-

Tho artist stayed at the farm several Ing.! Suddenly tbe trutb flashed\ madeof upon within the icijiiiied speed. But rest. This vicinity in most' prolific endon., '
ho hind
diiys. Indeed, they would not let him him.Helen It was the plcturo F. A. MITCH EL. there aie scveral'owners( who continually Appear at Court. .. cc
Ea UJI lie had. pained! _strength to travel.
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the law They do not turn to the i the care of Sheriff Turner. 1 h hI

............. N ..........Nd1 right, especially for bicyclers who Hush was wanted for wife desertion I
arc often forced on to the side walks. and after much search was lo- .1

Yesterday. u little girl fell from cated and arrested in Tampa. Ito .

I' her heel on leach street and was married Miss Livingston of this city : Mason & Wall Company, '

knocked unconscious. auto was and lived with her more than a year.
almost upon) ]her when the accident A child was born and when but a .t

occurcd. This auto was! driven by few days old the heartless] wretch : Have the Largest Stock of t

on expert, a gent lemon who rarely, deserted, leaving no means for ]her I

FITA if ever exceeds the dpced. limit and support. lIe was arrested and put 1

he was able to stop his! machine under bond to pay her $3 per week. '

cheap shoe is like a fad[ it been one of the inveteratefast lIe again deserted and his bondsmen Crockery Glass Enameled : F' .

politician it can be drivers a fatal accident could would not, or could not pay, so : ,

easily bent in direction ,I not have been averto''!. he was again arrested( and put undera fed

any Tho streets are for the use of all. $500 cash bond for his appearance' :

: Why not wear Equal; rights! to all, special privilegesto at Criminal court,'where he is likelyto : and Tinware :

i Queen Quality and spare none, should] lie the watchword. receive well-merited punishment. .. ,

the feet? Courteous! treatment,. by no means 4

1 rare, should be more widely extendedand John Roberts killed two deer with.

lJd $J. thus not only obviate feelings, in three miles of town and -was sell- IN THE CITY. .

jut accidents. ing the meat on the streets yesterday.A I II .
Jt few 3 f foi alt $J. SO. I
There is no doubt but what you telegraph office has been open 4 u

can rent your furnished rooms but ed at the Clarendon Hotel], Seabreeze. Prices Can't Be Ceat. 4

J. A. Hendricks wouldn't it bo easier to put a little tar( the use of the public. Miss A, "

local in The DUIY NEWS and rent Morton, of Sea Clifi,'L. I., has charge 4

Opposite Postofflce. hem sooner than you would i .th(>rwi'ie and will be found very accommodating 4

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I Bond Lumber : rMand Accepted ruuoa*Halifax Lodge SI. P.ul'. Roman Catholic Church Mann '?-' ,
t Company i j jMiiiinftit : No, HI meeta are and third Thunday ol ovi-ry Huiiflny ,ut to.1:: i ". in. .; week iluys nt the
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moat llmt and third. Monday of each
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$ in.lChrlillan Kndeavor7ou) p. n,.; I'rvnch- .. -. -- .. ,, -- ___h. ___ ___________
t MERCHANTS BANK i Fraternal, Ualoa .! America--Meets second ,,11111":'" p. m ; Junior Endeavor 2:.:") p. m.
} Monday of each month at 7:110 p, m. Mll-'''<'fk prayer incotlng ViMlnoniliiy o\'t'liIIIK -
f i (Branch Voluila County Bank) at .:11) oVlock. J. C C. Auto
:+I: rand. Amy of tk. Republlc-Jrw Hooker KKV. BTIIOX ... MANS, Pettepher Garage Register

t: + Capital) tovk..... .. ...........,.........................? 50,000 + post lire first and third Fridayof St. M._'. Episcopal Church

t'" + I'el.. .onI11 Liability......... ........................ ...... 100/X10/ + each montb. 8ervlce.Hiindny ni IItin n. m.; Holy l>nys
foal: also Wi'Uumlaynnml PrUlnvi In Lent;
I' :t Transacts a General Banking Business. $
"L Thursday In Lent .:Is 1 p. 15). Holy Com Ilt'H NAME NAMK OF ;MACMINE.I. : I ,

i!i :+I: OU.DTIOXH: M\IK: IS ALL \RTS OF Till rOVNTRV. + munion first Huiulav In I'lifh inonih at llwa.m.s : .1. II. Muoiv.................. .... Auto Car.......................... Hurt'ford.l. Coon
i CLUBS.Hilltu In Lent third Hnndny at ,::IJ() *i. in.Hunilay I.. is. :SniitliV. ,....................... Ilnmblor............................ : Nw London Conn
: For sale k.e|.t1)g of 1'nprrn, Deedi. Abstracts. IJfe nail Klro Innuranco 1'ollclon, Hcboolat .louo a. in.KEV. l K. :Smith" ...................... Olds... .............................. 1'ittnbiiro
I t'' : pnldo nliHfilutn protrctlou agulnut lire. Useono of our Mteel. Hafoty i River Yacht Club-Mre la at the Clubhouse C. W, AKXOLU, Rector ,J. II. ilntliiuvnI. ;-............... Stanley (Htvain). ............... BoMton MIIHU.
., + Vmilt. They coot from GO cents to II.coper. month. + every Wednesday. even Inn. first M.... Chwrch-Hundtiy Hirunul 1i. 4'. 1 Ib-reninn................... Cnlon........... ................... St. Lonin;Mo.
l ::1: lit U:..1 n. m.; I'reiichlnn lur re. m| r:p\rorlh, I "I'. II. \cniHln) ................... I Steamer: ............................. DcLnnc], Fin.
j ( tttttttt.+.t+.tttitt..t ++..++++++#++.#.+++*+#+* League Ilevotltn15,115eetlngs. at 111M. |I' 11I.1, ; .

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r The Daily News J5c per week by Carrier. .nfsntry.everyTueslaynight DIII.ttb.. Armory, J. on B. Parkin-Voluslavenue evening 8ootol0' 7W Prayer o'olock.. meetlng IWedne.dny. Drink LILY WATER. ;

on.C'apt. Com. IlKV. XltoXKI.f. I ...

if The |)fim ut .::jl') a. in. null] ..1f1R} And Preserve Your Health. :
m m Ii DD Ii FI.r.... East Cart: AoteeaeMI. AaMclatloameets cIJ8ellllt 7OO: p. Iii. Money order window ,\.
, at Club House oath, Beach the llrst at MOO Absolutely freed from all impurities '
Friday mgbt before full moon. Opens' a. in. aUI) i IOWM at
fi.OO: 1'. in. by the Schantz Process.It
Filteration :
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CITY OFFICIALS. p. m. Window open from, 1:00: to j.nci; : nent physicians to be a pure healthy .
p. m. except when mull In being, dUtri- ;: and :
II r Major..........................Charles L. Smith buted. hygienic water. Plain and car-

City Clerk........................J. \V. Wilkinson HOMUUM. nODil Mt iPll>clA. COLD LILY ,WATER at the EI.CIlcLlllhl BAT"'. HOT Plant and *<>*O /*** ..
'reuurer..........................Frank T. reckAa8f1l80r..c. Office open from 8.IO:( ) to \0.1)0: a.m. and .
1:00 to 21:30: p. III., except w lien mail ix
g. M. BlDKbam, Jr being dmtributed. : WM. WICKING Manufacturer. :
K m Collector: .........................II. F. Douglass MAIL* IIOKK, .. ;

Marshal...............................M. H. Zuber One-half hour before the .lIe.IIII.,1] <].>. DAYTONA FLORIDA. .
1f TIIK: (l:11':'1"f F-NEWS is 1 1I Aldermen-Edward of tralnn. .
a weekly newspaper published O. Harris,president; partura .

j I f .I at Uiytona: Florida) by Geo. F. Crouch, in tho interest off m Henry Schmidt, Wm. Atwood, Geo. aa: -- --e
. II. Mathews, A. McF. Porter, J. A. Local Time Table.
' : and vicinity, is Democratic in political
Hendrlcki and Jerome D. Corrected January 11 11)I) ()): The
Haley. climate of the East Const
i i is nn advocate of, prosperity, peace Council nieeta second XOIITII II.-n.: pf Florid.,

i! 'ii' tUlytona Monday of each month at 7:30: p. m. No. 40......... ......................... 7-: ,11! m any
.r. to bringing before our readers a City Attorney.....................C. H. 8pencer No. W................................. ....4KI: a p m other place I on earth. ..* ..* 4 .
School TruHteee MO i'TII '''J1"\II.
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place and of the adjoining communities f Ludwltf, C.11. No. 91)! .....................................11 ::,0 p in
to Our local writers are ever nn the lookout for news items and Bingham, Sr., and B. F. Marsh.t No. 29\ .......................................1:4: No. 89..................................... 7.-a: p m East Coast
: | are assisted by good correspondents from all nearby towns. No. 8t.................................... i:114: pm
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Tim Northerner who his winters the '
spends hero occanional I Low
Tide oa the Burnett Attention
.. ; winter resident, or those who are now making their t Touristsand
/. first visit to could invest where it i LAT* 4. r. M.I BATS w all lovers of Him CIg"..... Von will
g our City, no money would = = P''I HnJ the 'largest assortment, finestvariety

gi;u them greater enjoyment for a year than !?l..riO! ) J Ja :I Jan 110) 1107 Ian.. IY ... 1141U {r rOf : and l h..e quality ot

::4 subscription to the OUE E-NEWR. In the course of a year .: 4 UII6.... 1'41\ueu N WIlIO 110 I M/ ., ., CIGARS AT THE CITY HOTEL. I t

: ,' it will tell the Northern reader what Daytona really is, and?. I "Of e 6114U 191 II.,11II ...... lilt Yt ItH I IIIO.434/r .. Sixteen. different O..tI"o:l, mauls l 11..0.1.M.of utrlctlyQEO. L jultmiliai ,
if section of the would be better suited him] T 'IU'1I6 \l4.3..U" .
our to Of
country .. s 01 $1)6 N ::16 Int 11110 H. MATTHEWS, ProprietorC.
than his location. U 542 415 WI II lilt Orinoitjj
'I' present : 1 4 dal : : :: :; u e as' ,
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: As to health, we firmly believe that Daytona i j" an ],('l\t1lY. I .. 154 I 12 647 0tw aI.'III ,"". 15l"TN 8:1.1 Y.: em 11110 Nash & SonTin
1. T 54: T 10\ III 10 ,
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1 a location as any spot in the United States, and is briefly t6 .91 84 rob.. I 11 at: It 41 .
.f quoted as "Daytona is lost Paradise regained." To tell e : 18 1111II 44law s 1t'5I and Sheet Iron Workers.
:; 10 :: :: li'raI Tanks
II : u : A1. fur all Turnout-
briefly our advantages over other sections of the I
L Tin and (
Cialvnnlmi) ] Iron
uae noun before or after low Rnonnnn.1/ isae
j in Health, Investments, Pleasures, and a place one can call tide= Itont I'limpn.
i | Home, would consume too much space. And as a suggestion, L ............ .. ........ W. do an we guarantee.

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LOTS AT :A 4 Pharmacy

i I Telescopes Trunk : '.

a. $ has a full line of Toilet Soups, Roger{ &: Gallet, '

: !Ii: ++ and Shawl Straps. :i L. T. fiver ami 4711' Baroness: Perfumes! and :

= i :: all of the Imported and Domestic:: Goods. ;
"We have the exclusive ::

This space is for sale. sale in Daytona for Foot'sperfection and tobRco"l-tho Don't forget to very examine best our line of eigars

tray trunks, Our Soda Fountain i is supplied( with nil Fruit

s8rOP SEASON.\ =+ the best automatic tray :: Flavors, and our Ice Cream i is made from Pure 'i i

: ., trunk made. :+ Create I

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Peck Fetter, Proprietors f
i DAYTONA, FLA. + 48. '

This Space belongs to | Clothing, Shoes and Gents' Furnishings.!; : .

DR. VAN VALZAH. w++++++++++++++++++++++** +.++4..++*.+..++.+++++++::: -.-- .. .q'- --- -- .}

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"lce cream, any quantity '-I ilIlI'. lien ... TIle.... .

03tAnanias Temperature for yesterday.; Daytona Hotel Supply Co
. Club. liOHTON' ..............:.:at

j At a meeting of the past: grand :N K W OHK.:>2: 1 1 Dealers) in *

Local Jfaloictoscopo. i master: of this club, hold at the depot U.\1:1'1 UOItE.:24 '

'\ ;yesterday' u iniMiiber stated t!..'. I'Al'L. II I PROVISIONS I TRESil t l!

( "I don't. like to see a nun fool with ('1111'\IiO........... .......................... 6

li a gun. 1 know ol a ease) where n CI.M'IXXATI................................. :2ASIIKMLLi 1 MEATS. POULTRY.= / |'

3tcttirHts ofDaity Xiff In Dafiotta and Vicinity. I man who was gunning for ducks, : I .:. /' 10. J
saw A fine bunch uii the water. Hit '

leveled his Rim took careful aim, DAYTONA: .:.::4 30 Beach St. Daytona, Fla. t :

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o. and fiwl. After the smoke cleared 1 "

-- --- away;) he looked over the water and "For charter Marion and Spruce l i.f: .:'

THE WEATHER. counted four load iliic-ks. On looking Creek and other boats for fishing

to-night and Thurs- DR. DAVENPORT, at the wenpolt an lId tingle parties or cruising. Van & Johnson 9 !*; UMJ\fi.UMJlilltlliMi1t\ .1
Rain Dentist.Will
Jon rod's Dock.
barrel, ho saw that the left handheld sail
day. open his office in the Opera the stOl k and the right hand

Daytona it just now the "whole House Block, Daytona, on Jan. 15."Serviceable held part of tho end of barrel, the GOOSEBERRYOrlclnaL :

cheese" in the automobile world. intermediate" putt being entirely
Rone. ( )
The Ponce Park launch took downa "' horse for sale; }perfectly "I don't believe tLat"
gentle. Mills. !9 2t "I will prove It to you, ,tr."
party of ten who arrived today.Col. On Second n\enuo thoro in locatedone "Bess" snapped the first speaker

Studenbord has received his Wilford Russell will give a recitalat of tho best arranged cottages in "are there" any gooseberries In tbe"We're i j
the Despland, tonight Humorous the city It was built by S. II. Gave
Pl.i/.l..winlling pony. to bate) gooseberry pie for
songs and good music are also for fr. S. Brown. The l'otlngo I contains dinner, father Mother made one yesterday. THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR '
The .south bridge has been painted on the ."
program.A three bud rooms! and! bath on .
the central is ",\11 right. said the father. "You II
and bridge now
ho, second floor. On the first floor :
00 h. arrivedfor McCLELLAN & EDWARDS
similar p. Thomas racer can prove It at the table.
undergoing a treatment. ; \.
Ed. C. Hawley, who is the driver, there are three rooms. Tile basement It Is a well known fact that certain ; = .:
Tho red car seen on the beach yesterday this in finished with range und vegetables are poison to certain peo
of the
morning. A touring car ple. Frank Andrews bad told Mr.
was a 90 h. p. Popo-Toledo same make also arrived for' E. R. clo'lI't't. Everything one ran need Dutton that he could not eat gooseberries I = "J iiiS

A. C. Webb owner.A Thomas, the manufacturer and own- izl: in |place' and. it is ready [for orcu- without producing a rash on his
body. Frank and Bessie Dutton were
White racer, owned by II. L. er of both of the above earn, who is punoy.Duvnl. devoted to each other and her father = = :

Bowden, was on the bench speeding, expected.The who wished to dispose of bet band to .
suit blumelf. was annoyed st the situ
jcstorclay. ('eJIIIII "K road !building
Ridgewood orchestra com ation. During dinner he sat without II ;

Fairbanks the eye specialist, will menced their engagement this morn aiiip.iigu began yesterday fur the speaking now and again casting dls-

Gille's for few Mrs. the is first work mi nee of[ the, many hanlurlVecl satisfied glances at his daughter and
be at drug store a ing. Spangler, pianist,
her lover till the dessert was brought
days. Consultation and examination assisted by Mrs. C. H. Wilson, vio- : roads to bo built by the on. Frank ate a large piece of gooseberry wwww W WW* 11b t

county win inaugurated, in JackHouille. pie and In less than half an
fiee. lin, and C. H. Wilson cello. Mornings \ -
first .. ____ ____ u .._____ .
and this orchestrawill \ Tho United States Government's hour a rash began to come out on -Tlots .I
A. E. Morrison, of Boston, will arrive -i evenings hIs arm, then on his neck and face. 'II;
train of road
with him play, furnishing excellent music, special construction .Singular," said Mr. Dutton thought
next week and bring and I ? the dinner ended, was not reported
machinery arrived today, fully. "I wouldn't have believed It"
Peerless which should prove an attraction.A Itut t'nmby Cotton did. not marry :
a racer in order to bo for tho "I am sorry, sir," replied the young 'I
prepared actual Andrews tnnloir and "cIIII.I ICHHI! | I-tton., mind I Frank Andrews
Mis. R. D. Cowan left for Lake card room and mnoking room placing. nuitrrial" the roadway man, "that I can't as readily satisfy I forma;" then n red nine, which lid WIIH the Imipy limn will finally led her
have been added to the Clevelandfor I you as to the truth of all my state : sipped and pronounced ultio "C'nllfor- <'ottr n'H wealth turned j '1
City today to visit her son, Wm. ir.iiht bo surveyed. and cleaned of ments. I wish I could prove Mr. Crosby to tint iiltn > 1
DIal" then a sherry, wlik'li lie nipped ,
the pleasure and convenience of out to lio In nlr ciiRtlnH.WILLAUU ,
Cowon. She will then proceed to all growth. The latter work was Cotton a humbug. I would. gladlysuffer : and pronounced also "Cal iternia." CUITORD IIIVINO.I .
the guests. The smoking room is the discomfort of the rash to do ; ij ijI
Hamilton[ Canada. : started yesterday Nevertheless he livid his peace. n 1
furnished with a lavatory and is J& cast occasional glances at tho other I Am It l.uokril on the MHO.
Jno. L. Magee, of Jersey City, has Now, the man Mr. Dutton bad pick. end of the table and saw that time hunt Of every hundred, tourist who visit
arrived He down a 10- nicely fitted up. ed out for bla) daughter was this sameCrotiby was rolling his wine under bill tongiiu I the Cnnnry iMliimln cpilto seventy-five :..

brought The Pickert Stock Company will "\Irzl. .J. C. IIuwarcwill\ a Cotton, who bad returned to : and smacking his lips at the siuna are lirltlxli. Naturally, therefore tlienutlvcH .n i
horse power Cadillac, which was i : open the east from tbo far west with a for. time expatiating on its merit. to Mr. of this Canary lHlan ln take a it
!stored( at Pettepher's garage. begin their weeks engagement on dancing whnul.. for ndMiuced pupils tune. He was not a refined man, and Dutton. icront Interest In everything, which of' .',,1 t
afford : Bessie Dutton detested him. Her father lens KiiKlnnil.: It Ix )perhaps a pity .fq
January 10. This will an lit the Opera lloime hall Thursday "This cbabllH. ho said, "1 Imported
of officers of not satisfied that Cot that their general/ IxnurniKU In nut a i
Tho annual election was quite
to up-to-date I 12 at -I I o'clock. myself from Turin. Tho cl:irc>t I procured
opportunity see some afternoon January "
be, but their din-
ton was ss rich as be pretended to little less npimlllnu. very
will from the stork of French
the Halifax River Yacht Club a connoisseur
I !
plays by a Orst-claHS company. Parents cordially, invited" spectatorsnot and this, wltb Bessie's repugnance, In wln,," who llvud In Ilor regard: for iiucimiry lends u certain
bi held} ] tonight. Member\ are re- allow, 'I. Hut.'id' had delayed him In forcing the match. deanz.: Fortunately I was on handwhen "elmrni"/ in, their ranvvrHiillou. A anus y y1n
quested! ", be present. Advertising keeps money moving.One Cotton la order to Inspire confidence his wines were Hold nail] put n hlll'I'r'. ship i pointed, to n dllnpl

dollar spent today means perhaps _._____ h_ gave a dinner to a number of his 91,000 In a hundred bottluH. The .wlier dated iniii| of the world which was
.J no. thither sold two lots in Good- : friends, the Dutton being present; alse nailed to the wall, nail puttlni his fore-
by tomorrow $ or $3 spent,, ry I bought In Lisbon. lint don't waste
nll 10fr.. Vandevord, yesterday. who The Taller made\ its initial their especial friend Frank Andrews.Mr. your taste on these We'll hove nom' anger: I'l'im Spain: lie exclaimed: "If
is the
the advertiser man up- .
so and Mrs. Dutton bad always lived wnr lit-onkx out, Spain must
The lots arc situated on Seabreeze keeps trade alive and helps the pub |Is'ntnnre for the JU03 season' Satur very plainly and were people to be champagne Chnmpagno Rout presently, which' tho was criubrntml ninde) III Gibraltar llnvo, no feiir/ The English iF;
venue. Tho Tatter welcome easily Impressed with a little display. ships,' limy come cloun to us because II
lic spend its everywhere I860. I bought It right out of the cellar
money. When the dinner came off It appeared la all (low nhlll, but iiftrr no have crip ;
South bound trains yesterday The trail just beyond tho south'} ; that goes t-ithnlltsay'ing; but to Mr. Dutton that the hosts great where Andrews It bod lain fifty years"Frank to they will not mud It act easy { '
were well filled. About 100 dropped it is only, (.dr to add). that if one it tojudge wealth had been lavishly used to set a wits beginning to net buck/ to England, because It Is aU
bridge needs to be widened' taut boll with Indignation. It was perfectly -
off hero, but there is room for many by No. 1 of Vol. XIV., this splendid table. Frank Andrews, who plain to him that tbe man was playing, uphill."
hundreds of people passed was more used to dinner parties, noticed
year popular magazine of social gossip on the Inexperience In such mutters of riffeption It' wild nird. .
mote. that tbe chicken salad was made
through there daily, during his guest as well as bill credulity andwas
FulunnN-ImwkN, tho largest speciescan -
wiil be more intitiesting, tlul1e'el'. of veal and a allet de sols was con II
Geo. S. Doane lelt'all tile 3:18: races and were often in serious coded of a ordinary fish called a succeeding to bill licnrt'a runtuut. I cUIIIIr.'_" their features and look I
\Ir... Mnrrolt's f.f very .
putting things for Mr. Dutton all smile,
way J was thinking+ ,
train yesterday to bo gone a week or danger. The roadway U. entirelytoo flounder. But h. made no comments, very! slim If they think It necessary to I
and bow nice It would be to his t
in always original entcitaimng. nor could be very well do so to his nnirry do HO. Aw to the owls they cnn bumpup
ten days going first to Miami, to thin nabob and live
; narrow. daughter on
Into position they think most
Xo event of ill)porttU1'b escapes friend., the Dutton, because 'be. wag nay
thence and to such meat and drink for the rest of bin It IK useless look for these
to Key West across I the Colonnades registered not placed beside them st table. suitable : to ) ,
At are mention mid 'whato'er men do, or i
Havana Cuba. It was evident that Mr. Dutton ws life.Finally self preserving traits In tiny of the family -
Mrs. W. A. Lawton Xlisa Ruth any, or think, or dream," yes, and very much Impressed with tbe enter there was a popping> of corks., kept, lu zoological collections for s n
C. W. Porter New York J. E. Law Springfield. Mass. followed by a delicious gurgle and. Urn birds .art' so accustomed to see ;
; White ton, ; wo-nen. too, is duly gilled In point talnment TIle host sat at the bead of
Perry and wife, Cleveland; Geo. A. R. W. Whinfield and wife Fond du of artistic and excellent the table Bis red face) glowing./ On hl. foaming champagne was In the glasses. largo iininlHTH, of puople passing and
arrangement: I Dutton his left Mrs. The host bold his gins by Its slender repiiHHlng or standing In front of them .
right sat Mr. on
Parker and wife, N. Parker, Phila- Lac, Wis.; A. H. Stanley and wife pl'essYork, The, Tntlcr Hl.unU supreme Dutton, and next to her father sat Miss stem between his thumb and forefinger I, that they treat the whole matter wIth

delphia, are at The Ridgewood.Let and Murray L. Stanley and wife HO it comes to people us a Dutton, costing longing eye at Frank, bowed to Mr. Dutton thou to the perfect indifference' They know' that r "
rest, and tbe nectar WAS quaffed
at a certain time their food wUl be
New Britain, Conn. welcome wte'Jy! nisi:or.-Sr, Augustine tile who table was,placed but the other With end the of Frank Andrew. tasted of the wine and brought to them and that they are other 'f
the people Daytona got together Recoid. set his glass down wltb a frown. Indeed wUo perfectly safe Then the rapctorch -
The sidewalks in front of the Colonnades S"B. X.aj.oejvgd! a.wbUe 1J.loJt.] which v
stay together' and pull together the effort to capture the father. of In a wild state have a bloom on h
recently completed, have __._-_-__. u__ _
Bessie Dutton by such cheap means, their plumaKu like the bloom on a
and 'wondera'cnn be
accomplished been extended half a mile farther '. . . . . together wltb certain admiring looksof bunch of grapes, which Is not often pp
during the year 1905. south and men are still working on the boat to the young lady, bad seen when In captivity. ,
finally excited Andrew to the point of
Senator Talifernp has introduced them. The street has been widened explosion. But there was another reason A Comer: .mU.. +

a Congress providing for the and has lost its appearance of a : Toilet Waters and Perfumes : why he did not like the cham In the nursery the letter of the law

appropriation of $100,000 for an old road pagne. occasionally leaves something to be desired I
country Mr. Dutton's cheeks were beginning according to the London Chron j
soldier's home in Florida. Yon will frequently hear it said to get rosy, bis tongue a trifle thick icle.' A very little lady bad been told q,
H. tiee Roger & G )lIct's I liudnut's COlgate's. while lib lips were parted in a satisfied that It was rude to contradict She
A. M Atlanta Wm. D. in
a mans
that after living r1
smile. Mrs. Dutton was complimenting schooled herself not to contradict
Clements, Savannah, A. /H. Burdsal, spoiled for living any other placeon Kicksccker's Pinuud's Pivey.sIways the boat on tile mimptuoua- great conscientiousness, but one day a

Cincinnati, Jas. L.. 'Y ger. Jersey this mundane sphere. Those 1 ness of his feast especially the variety half jesting accusation made against d
on hand at the of his wines. Then when for a moment her by some uuHUspoctlng member of iTr
City, are.1:The Austin. this near tellingthe 1
who say come wry the ripple of chat lulled something the grownup part of tbe house nearly P
Two 4} foot 'gators escaped from exact truth. We have the best happened. Frank Andrews was observed made her fall from a state of grace. 'e

the pen'at'McFadden's shell boat climate, the cleverest people aDd the + Atwood Pharmacy holding up his arm. which be Luckily her Imagination supplied ber
+ bad band to the elbow and displayingK with a compromise In a vole trembling a
last-nightyr IA"aer'oDes.are are ex- handsomest little _ci.i! on Dearth A',; Phono 09! MAXWELL HANBINS, Proprietor" to toe sssembled company with,tears and passion she gasped ,

) of What cither conditions necessary "Gooseberry be cried. out, "I-I really think you are nlatakan ? ,
P tad'shordr to talft the .
the truantei* ,,'- ; place .to happiness? .,(. ..:. :. .' .. ."t /.v. There, true enough was the rash of I -. -you---you D.uth'v
y r. gooseberry, and the Dutton family v
.'1 .' .a knew that taatsad of champagne they k.e
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h 1; DAYTONA and its we ** & WOMAN'S sternly.ut nhined it" Hf.und 1 Hi-thrashed lay I'iwn the on turf the i 1 1I I SCHMIDT'S VILLA f

Ii t, IA UNMANLINESS with hS tt:,:::. Hut I did not cense my

;i ATTRACTIONS I order till ho bad, none to n point mid I( <*< Overlooking the Halifax Rit' r. Daytona Florida. :
1: c$ c$ way lic-tweeu UH. ";<;uw,;' I said "wo' .:. j>

[Original. shall suu v In-Ill-r liu 1III!!! follow you *. The hotel commands: a jnof-t attractive\\' in every direetionnnti\ J

{. KKK Titus anti I were Inseparable. Titus or me." I mured. QW11$. Jeannette too :*. no finer location con be found in the ricinil; It is> only one mile *

i was my dog a brown and white Hotter turned and milked oli. The dog stood :J from the ocean and is i convenient to (he depot, <:h\l1'chesau J
t who cured for In the world but looking from oiiu to the other His distress
no one :
]hotel in
than town. Bath *
of Florida. Schools More rooms)
l : The Queen City over me. In the the country summer together we would In the wander au. stopped win ao great that we both ':*5 rooms public and lavatories sunny with sallltapll1mbmg anti all modern com'enien..e" :

tumn would hunt together.One 'Tor the :;' take," I said '-I will :J Cuisino unexcelled. Hates *L!.;jn per day and upwards bpw,. *
1 ream the r. E. C. Ry. Booklet. morning when I started out expecting ask nn explanation: ut ;your changed :{ ial rates by the week The only Tennis Comt in the city is located on J

to !lad Titus at too front door treatment of mo." the hotel grounds. *
fioiu. .1. ) .ksomllle.Faittoue wlili-li, nr' |roK-il.v| u pmt' of tlii town <<
lib Mllfi waiting for me aa was his Invariable "Last wli t tr I wrote you a note to

n.iy . . . . .J3.3u' nnd u.iil.itiijii.| | ( custom be was not there Nor did be ;your club containing. n simple request. !: HENRY SCHMIDT Proprietor. ::

Round trip. . . . . Ii.00! / Daytona B'nrhll again appear. lie bad been stolen.In Ton did not consider It worth n reply." <r...+fli f/x. .fltM+rM..+F1 3. t4.Ii4 fllfrfl IfY FIi :
t liar; town that winter I met Miss'nette "H'lii." I sold pondering. "Another F
74; Mil Iee ffoiii H AiiKU! ( 'iie mill..Tt of tbe town. It U .
. Fore "t.e-.I--'1 Fearing. She chafed at "being/ 1; letter Bono wronif.: Then to Jeannette: --- ---- -- -

l i -. FCuund trip . . . . . )I. !', I ni.r'i'l.'l| ) tin- rlt'. \ l-y mid tlireigood( Lrldc'sDeer confined between brick walls, compulli-d "There i-t a i'in. In the club with the ............****.**.*.....*..****..** ...**.....**.***
-r uell-grudcd ave to seek solace In an occasional ball or Baum Initials. ns nine and a similar ,
r iA1"lu'A; H hituutcil 11.11| tlievet' Is tin- l'I'j"'II.,1| | ouiiiincr result other similar entertainment and pined j DIIUIO. II- ", itmtiiuM'tts my; letters : THE BENNETT. :
h.iiik, of the ""IIn"th'I'; nt Itsfjlitt '
HUlllll '.! :$1. A'UU-tilie.' It llQShioii for the summer home of her family, and, Venally turns them over to me but ; <<

J .t- "-.3..11,1| und Iii 1.1"333 liftne lu111'I.Iw.1llring, .\ tiniiiiiiinr tban where she could ride on liorsebiicU, limt full In- '1"11111'1':1,1.: He probably> r ;. Season of 1904-05.\ Beautifully :

,! :1131 t' in liiilow li.iy 111111 Us outlet all/ (itlu-r pL1'' ...s soul| of Hint/ i-lty eom- flab and hunt This was wanly, and I I read, J..HI-.. IIt. r In Kurojie.: : Open for the

', I It MuHlillltO" { ii -t.! II' |h. III l.ltllllll.' 1.1".1.1111.1; I le nllieeiuiilli, '<: u fiiMrlteuliit admired munly women. When with I if.ukln. frt ut me, then at :: Located on Hidcjewood Avenue. ::

J' ev"-iit.v /Niiir mill"' fimn' :$1. An- .<-r n-ioit.' I'liili'iiili iiMi, -, her instead of being obliged to m the .1"! -. i 11..11 mi the yrounJ." ,w Since last this popular hou o ]h.i3 )been enlarged to double its ::
' f Iwiftliif nii'l; '.in. mill- fI'"", tin* Al-l ls Hi' iiml. MiKintli .. the happenings In our social circle, I "('(lot 5"U thInk," I tusked, "that amore : season ...
in I'.v' niiiny .II'I.I..r"lIh
.s j ;I ;.Hlll "lli "-.''1. ,,".1 1 h ,H'llm. l-ilueil t'lIt ,,. linnet III Ilii. \\ 011,1" mid till-/ surf found her ready to discuss more Important wanly way" ;, former capacity rooms single or en-siute, with or vuinuut *
I topics and where sloe did 1101 uu "I 11111 not n, man." s: : and cold in the fur-
I wl.I..1. a:i ihul l-.r Ix'iiuiv' iiuioiuhlll ''; liniliiiiu, Is xiif iiml' i-Melleni, ..iniinier, I i Private Uaths. Hot utter new part\ :

I / 11.! (.. .i.C I lieMiltll.. Its I 5133'1. 11",1ItI"I', I'mple. lu> hrm- triedNorlbern derstand uhe was quite willing to Us I "I IHIVB ft"n traits"nlowl] you 'with receiving certain :: nal'ehent: and all modern C0I1Wl1 <'I1I"8. *

I ,.. ., th-tl,, !I. Leone us liluh lialiii ten.After I in.inly \ innn not
II = und, 1 \\-1"1'11 Miiniuer rcxorts enjoying her society ut Intervula 11 riply to u note from inn, would Best the MarKet Affords.
J the
', -i I. i L liii.l HullIIIH il-ouneil I liyI :
it ei.liiri| Hint I here. ;"re IIDIKo perfect through half a winter I met her have i-ime to me nt once for nn expliiniitlon.
Ii.. ., -I, II IIHMl' I'-i.VllI b'-i| "" lll o( afternoon and : Owner und Proprietor
i t in r-oiiifort IIM Itiiytniiu lieueb. one was surprised ut receiving | :
I, '' .' f'.IV-l, II4HS. 1111'1) | 111111,112: Autoiuoblle Race Meet. : from ber a very cold nod. My I ".\ woman would worn, to do such a : Albert Bennett, DAl'TONA FLO! IDA: j
ti.'...-.. UK-i Is ""' 1..1\11 "r loiliiy. ulili first. Impulse was to go to her und ask thin it." <<
t 1,1-1 Illllll, """ 11'". .lie, ,,1 \1..11|| Ullldeil,' '1 h. l'l'.riili, llii-t I'"",-..t .\Allt'JlnoUloA for an explanation. Had she IHM-II. 1111- "'1111 Imvc given inn great pain." ,.*** *********************** **************************

;II' >. :, I HHils., 'Milresult" t Ist .\ ..w i uulh0| 't? nn nnmiiil' nice other woman I would have done no, for ".\11,1 yen imlled' uy-my; winter."

t rd 1110'iu> lilt- Ui'l XVI'lilleS' tllllt, I turret till till* l l-lleli.. Mil,nil lm<4 new U women are easily offended and doubtless Tht.ruv..:" n -Uht! tremor In lice 4444044401419f.e4/4/141011444444444444444/4444/41140

,1".1I! Hii, i u.>-n mil l 614,111 live amii. IIII\IT-JI| | i"<'|iiit.iiliiii? IIM Ih,. ifreutestuiili'iuolini some trifling act of mine' bad been volt, Il.ivlntt illscovt-re'l Home-thin:: .

>" .r' i- 11311.. ) s iui.1| Ikk..sI.. | .. tunny, >'.( r.i< ".>.iiriiIn. hi". \\orld.Tin misunderstood. But Jeannettu Fearing, wom.inly I left off liKikln. : : for in.tnli-:

I.AIII ,lr"I." | fl' i. JIlt 10:1':l MI i fill ft-.| I understandings and If she hud a rfrluvaoce tiiklni. hr In: ",. sold abruptly:
iiitienil.ini, und lib-ill slretiliof o
.<< &'II.\ :-1'|'"iiii-li' ........ ,lli.11 in era nlitile tus mi .
against. me she should suite it "I.i-t IH nun the dun t'Jiri-tlii-r., "
II.illy i i>r ni"i > miles. 1'111..111. n 1
nrel mul wulLj, und tlieae'ire I l5p
uiuuiij: o""D'y.ln' a frank, manly I "uy. $1'1111'" tlii.lvint rif little HIram'
n ,
Kinp of HI.lap"oo,1 and lnlll.Ii'pnIlPA..
.. bn-uU mike-i it tin- ..,'/lIra'' r.n. liio'uiiiiiml i-nrnrr :
111"1'1 l full ;
)>" < trupli-til 1 iJiilineltu11ave. I did not see Jeannette ugaln: that my wIfe has n-tniicr.nlml: ronldiral l:
h i''f' :V ],- .| innfli'iliai.: fl.iviant" liiiynnu fur .Mni-rli u.At winter, nor Indeed that Summer In Kln 'linn, li"t "now even the mnnllnesii i 0 e Kli-i'trlc. Li, hls, Suiiitniy' Mninliiiij, I lIntl! ,. surd nil modern ea

>l orul l 1"1'1'1..1( l linlly, ami, \ ninnyutl.vr l low Ill. tin, lifin-li IH 1.101..1! fur the autumn I was invited to the coun .bunt wltb i.ic. h KIVIX CLAItK.: cuiivi-tili-iiii-ii., .. Tnl'litli". l M'-t tin-, Ill 11.1.1' ,iilfonls.) I.nrtr.', f
:Umi: iVi-t, null, ,ni-itlii-i-, rniTl.if. seat of friend nud lind
\\ln-i-l try
tall.-Iie".hilt'; In in.iny plane.'' < a Home excellent : : .
niiely, fll.II",1, .. rooms, \\i-ll, liuhted: rued, J lir-nted., SimtlieinXinHiii
1 tl.. .. WlM tfl.lpe. tllt- lrllli.etihe,| lltld, liliyili-' Hiuili"trimi| '.. ( inn linil.ilinnlly a shooting though I Titus Cause.. and Effect. : .

the Hiiipt-lop-h. Iliiili mul, elilit? IIIIIIIHKHie ; vWI.I.iniInt'| .Ill thu MiiiMitlininl and lost many a bird that 1311,01114 Wh"r. nr" ih. lrl-e] *< yeateryear713enn : "' K''1'l.v' :

'I / in n II.I lp5 liiiiiiliig, xlniilv, ,' liiiuersmul \\t.II"u'I" L.11 1 Kiiml. It I U no tin- have bagged with bit nsfllhtuiifc-. Tinminim I t tell that but ih.j'mayb are not. here8 .

utlillnu. : wiiii-f, 111..1 l b.11 11q'. i (.lUll.-... hlwlit', In s11' 1031Ih-ilggt.l! I'ii'i'lis When the party broke up I rc-umtiied / thnt thi>'ru tfinllnir. baby. : MRS. JOHN B. PARKINSON :
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to get a day's shooting in u region: Home I .
I The tetra lies .iiralli-l| -I Mlili thellalifai <' -I'l'i'illny. with tin/ vi-loi-lty it tliu :
twenty miles distant where
It hI.('. mul, i-xti-mls' fur mutlytwo N\Iinl. In-run, IIilif |,pia,. nloni tin Hiild to abound winnlcix.ltweru I Deadly Insult. : Owner and Proprietor. :
early, 0
nnlfs nli.UK' tin- .sin, 'I | unuioili, li ; ire. IHrlier was drlrvn to the ground and with 1 m" ana, I nhall never peak to :....................................................
I : ID HHil.. lijlil: of tli,. inu-ler mid,, |{ sport Kiinnii to, 11111 II. 114.! my gun entered the wood. I hud had I Lltn. 'uln."
: .
;t tlltf 3u<'lilalllllll" mul forms| 0111.. ..r the slililhc,1', lull, .. iif luinl! nlii'lU-il.iinlin- such bud lUck with toy bom's dugs that "I 1'111'| lie unit you to BO to work?" --- -'" gieiili' -t ilium,.linns.fnif fiini.i, | 'liniili-iinU, I,"riuu tin- IUMIof I bad brought none of them. I hud I +++++++++++ M1+4++++++++++++++++''F+++'l'++++++4+Mt+++++4;

I niiilii, a\t-i.iii-s tlinl. inn |p iuiallfl > HIM uliril. mulchiiIiN I lulu dirw'tI1'I1h bagged several birds when I beard nut + +

I I nlih' "I'! lnlei I>", | tin I il\er are nilli tinniiiliiliinil." I>M'I- tin- far away the report of a gun, and, n I N Tliri-t ilusslflcatluii* KlniU of Men.Hero : Hotel i
u of
few minutes men expuiindiHl :
,I I till I'.. flit. Vi'li-' fMi-l't Kellcll/ nil..1.I. blood l.ll.U.-v./ vliii-li, I.HII llii> <.|iiniliilItlxr. |. the underbrush later a dog broke iliruuyli l .. 1-y a cpliiKicr In an article S' "
und +
" seeing
; me, pausedto
'1 1. "Mill. ]I.- I".ut, Alfty-lhf lei-l, 'hut has Illlhflr examine me. In another moment he I "Tho Trill"looUI Mull. ".Men ua a f rr

,1 J u Imlf-ujilc( t>f open| ', 1"'IIIllfllllnlo'I', 'I'In" 1"'lIo'h fruiii, tin iinly! lilmTs to uttered u yelp of delight uiid came fur j whole," slw SJIJM, "mn,' lie roughly divided Depland i

hilltlin. iiiun| lt
;1 fHltuifD ..I." mid ttuutilid. I11u11g. idle 1 r"'I.I 1111.1 Hie ll\l-lu. i> lieIII) that be was my old friend Tltu. I bold, thu "Bliy, und the 101lI=h." The +

i I" 11)11) 011543,5 I Vllll-ll n,11t.4till' t-lllilill of tin- 34,111' ini-n-'iin-M 111",," two |I'Vet.A \\1ille ho was climbing over me, licking | QrBt class" Inclii'les' "tliuHe self assured i M XO'Y :

11:* + Ir..I'lIlIhK I''I' !L4nlil1 git log I'M.PZP'Itrolls l-lllllillllollS' "enlllKWell rolls III my face nud hands I cure.snin,g him n mnlo'', MIO! full In anti out of love + +

1" utr tin"ill- Alliinlle.,, ulilihtrtiip fioni I Hit I, iiei-nn' I run, OIK- In | wu fi-i-t III woman wearing a short dross' 1'11,11' i withtry ollpr1'vlllll'/ they meet; ++ : -- +

.:' .r tmd .ruiiiltitlm. Jill lifIY liniali- depth| iinili-r, iiiiriiuil" i-iiniliiluiiii' high boot, curryiiiK gun, emerged the ,Hi'cun-1" cluss U I innda, up of "theworM'B : 1 31'
, from the brush ttoml tcllowho have a greatrevoreinv :> UKKDespland +
and Htuotl +
looking nt
'. ; one of tinliiunt' III 'Hit. \\uild.Uuytouu IIIK UK-" IM-HI-II" mi. mii.nllMmul! | for nil '(
IUllk'j me. What wall uxtouUhment to woini nn-1 silently a LeonA
my +
..1'I lae. uiuny liillen .>r w'III frail liiu-ly s.ifi-, |I"l.ii-i-' 1'",- Sill' recognize Jennnetto Fearing. I rained. aduro uuu fur life, wlihoiit telllnvf her
til, niHiled mul nlielle-l lli-in tinInfniit usM,|| no tin i iimii-r r nml, Proprietor
.1 I lu.nta undtlr my hat, and she returned my sulute, eo mot the tlilnl npei-U-4 "H cuiirernmlonly J

J : .. ..Is l leiiilciliiK" II tin liiilinltliimi ul' inuny xiiiniui. IMI"nwifely 1 but as coldly aa when I bud lust met' with ireitlnjon: nnd milking money : .. I>DAYTONA) FLA. %
i I'' I f ;%: Wieeliuuus. PAmiltpiA enjoy Ilii. ill 111'3' uf n m-u luilllHiioiiiliont her in the city I is nli4oliitt-ly" liullftYreut( to women +

J L mid' lulilid l In tlit-ie, Let u inllo any, tin- l'trIlO'I' I purl uf I UK- year, "This is a singular meeting," I suld. ant, iii.-nrk-M uuly as n mutter of expedleniy. S.w a
Tliu llrst' ++F+++++++++4++++++iii+++++++++.p+i ++F+++++++++ii+++
wliili. IIe "Do of tl brae
live unties.Itiitlnuly
i tlillty miles uf '"lOulI,. Lord beaeli -n| I" limner' you near by ? we
. 'c' ( ilint' utfviili, 1111 iniihiillisl ifiirsu for i-iin M-nliii-e" oui fiiiilii-i-" to tc.nt, liltttlenylli "Oar country place Is a mile away" oin.U'inn nnd llnd Irresistible; -= = --- ---

. bug'list) 11I''"'e ijilinj; mid, lrl\lntf, irinili.uiobiK' mill, ,,1.111111 1.'ltllillj villl tiltIni.vliiiiitilili. "And I am visiting "near B." the praise nee-olid without, we Mint mlnilru,and Ignore profoundly, .ilEi i W. ircil W kiM i K iMciMc K cjMciMtirF.iYciYc3lc
"Caesar come here, she called. utterly
(' .. ;
wdlll10: tune nf i | Caesar aa she dubbed him demur.I i the tlilrd we dislike, defplsc! and-mar
.i :Nt.illi' cr $"lIlh. iiinnlii-rs. xinuny <> "
"I lid. and when she ordered him uioro' ry.; I i
I I .f ,, n litcliiien. und ryrlini' ; U n fnvcl'lle The Ppulumbln sharply skulked along slowly occa- j THE COLONNADES.
uilli tlic I TbBrkrm> '. "Slrlltr" Fat "R.l_."
i.Ditluie tiiinlslx HIIIIImer :: lietnien her nnd, oi-enn li one- slouully turning to me."Tlte1" a
I. a ml T. iu1., 'r.l Jill It luiluMi,>, nnd |I.. being, rapidly, 1 I hereby glee u0tkethntIshall strike J Seabreeze.

:I:1 l J,; Tile aullfiil Cottntccs linro\eil.| mul lln-n-m-i- 111111')' line cutl.iyes With a bound be started in my tlireo 'I of for I.''s wage! the wrote ti'> the proprietors =

r lime liet-h ens ted' during tin JinstjiMia Illi-l Ki-vi-l-ill ;Koinl 1 llutelx, lion and did not stop till be hod his .Mnijazlne You pay more '
ull to otheis I ilnU thou : A IlOl'SE: .
paws again shoulder. Jennnetto'looked to lue, and so I OK EXCELLENCE.
mul, HIV Is-lug lath iiru renderliig l'rn I i1'. ,,'r, tuu INCIIII pier! bembfjtllloii my intend to nniko some fresh conditions '
iMjiiiiin us fuiuuiM fur Us lineliuintM nml 1 u Ini eii-tlno.. puzzled. | about = .
Y'lh.lI\IIII"h. I shall A. B. KIMBALL. Hi:
"Uow did yon come by this dog}" I write no E. 1 KAUKCE.
1 Hi for its lieiiiitlfn! river, Irl'(!< A Remarkable Feature asked. more of that Kntlemnn's remarks except

f. and atelilles' und they II ri- millingxunly ut lui.Moiiu lull lieeiiNlie ) "111'1)' im- "I bought him in the city last fall." at the rate of 12 fpiiiioas a sheet SJl.
I I.. Its ""1'110-11"",,. "You under I and with n drawing for such number tf. fWWW.-.ww: 'WW'w :W'W f
pro'311"nt III lliL- "'lju) lllld VIllllO of are the ban of the law U
Nut tilt, : Nii.iL'' of II..*.!- nttrnctluns to having In which Ills story 1I1)1".nrll-the draw-
tlm luiililinss; Unit. ure beliitf enviedfor your possession atolea'goods"
,tlitur tei mint1 I'Klnes 111 III)) South, lug Z:: guineas. Tray du not be angryat
mid laiiMui His-und to lieullli- .Men uf c-iii'ltiil uf the I tills decision ou my part. It is simply .
) Nortli undVott lni\o beioine "I shall be happy to pay for him." ..
iiliiemt. mul iu'l-fii" lion nf clliiiute, I it tu its. ntvukencd "I do not care to sell him but you n bargain which It .li my duty to The Cleveland
1 ud\untunes fur winter realfiuix I moke. Hud us ho is Mr. .
tlie fait Hint Us |ii'|>nlutli>ii Is i-lilelly are quite welcome to him" Yellowplush
mid \iiliinble Ms I la the most popular Magnolia Avenue, one bnlt! block from l'tJ
4. c01apu5lvllitlulliwd..1111111Intrlllgs'ut' 1 lire belntfpilixlumeil "I am not In the habit of accepting contributor to your -toflll'9 RIll) River Front

L .pcole| iln. .n-ilulnetl' l, |11.1'| rillliellieiiHof und, costly builxeM, bciiutlful presents from men. niiiKiuluo! nnd ought to be paid accord. New and Neatly Furnished. Rooms Single' or Ensulte. Bath, das and Steam

huliiB und,U1111 Hwliil, life, Added to III deHluu, : mul, nru Mug erected "We might leave It to the dog to mgl)'. If he does not deserve more Heat. Special attention (then to the Table Fare
r tbnn the
Ilie-e, ffii Inl-i-o UI'" {raid' <.linn. ..lien, food und bi-uiitlrul liuinex the boded cboose: bIll owner. Tile go to your mis Friars lama monthly nurse or the Blue Phone :.III< 2R. SPENCER
uf iiilib nod eiilturv tft..." Ilutl'hmnn.-Jnmes Grant D. GREEN, Prop.
riuurrie bolt .
piiljlle mul J'lluile' "..luxils. .,shires .. .. IilbIIIg.OI "'1111011'S "Thuplierav. "
(city: -I jointed tp Jeannette looked ,
JI'uIIUfulj mulUo yeti
holtrla, luuniliy, incut nuirkclH, novltywuik --- -- .. .
on Uuennide
>' fur ,, nn biiM-x' |111I11"0', i-li-ilrlo, lights' of tinpeninsula' in-run* the Hall *'_... ... . ..... .**** .....*.R*.*.....** **...... SEASIDE INNAND
dtift-t mul liuiisir Illiiinliiiitluu, utood !
fat: livi-r: from Dnjtoiui.At .
tel" |'liuiiu' '' cyHleni, l I.>i> fin-lory, the fuut of Oceun J ,F FURNISHED COTTAGES.
:' 1llyVul Woik, mid liot' ami eoldI Iiotilcvnrd
1, I 1.II. ftc., mul ..\l'r) tI.lulf i-Hi- run Leliutiircd :Sl'iil.r.i'/e: u |1It'r| reiulies Cue!( feet et This Everything Modern, Homelike and Comfortable
nt-ruiH tinbiixli Into the, svcllluj 11Hurt space for sale Hotel
Unit in neeciumry 'ID nmku" directly on the Atlantic Coast. Surf liatMner, DII.) wa fishing ed.
of the ex"I"lIn. 'IMih pier I N 0: UDBllrpU
lifeuwturtul.hs.. All luiiortunt feut.tu a RATES .2.30 PER DAY. SPECIAL: IJY THE WEEK.
p4 .. lu the lieultlifuliims ..f thin town riiMiritirtHnit i.r tbos. 1\ bo delight :: H. F. STEWART
In tin' Prop. Ooodall, Fla.
U lbrc MMirl uf JlnbliiK.. riu. Hurt k

here ulioiiiids, in. trout, poinpuno' y'el. Iw

y','. \Vatr Supply low toII, 1:11 VIIlh', 1It Iii II 1oC. drum, Price $$13.00 For the Season. ILLINOIS HOUSEPort
ivUkb in derive from immtrou* sbei'|)hli<>nil, nnd inuny ilier vnrletli J .

flowlu wtlls, of nlilcU there pre prob ofj-illl.1.\ Jlali. miring tlm full HCII.SOIIlb Orange Florida.
ably 3uO lu the corporate lluitH. TliN ;:;-fiiinuiiit "..,r--lo o"IJITurd1'0)01"" ,

.; f.uvc! I I..* ". IIred by borIng wells to the sport' mid It Jui.i lnn no uncuiniiionooctirr :: Located on Ridgewood Ave. Terms SG and $7 per weekD.

depth: cf from, S'l' to 1-U::! feet, 1'asslng' <>iio tu laud n tlioiiHiinU pounds

through Hfrrernl Strata of tot'k, nnd of tills :: < .... .. ......... W. WINN
jfiiini-y fish in nn afternoon ..... ......................... Prop. .
this clritli' assure purity from oil Individuals'' uf tin'in rank-Ins from

t *curface cOlolul/Impregnated!lnlll1un.wltb The nintrnesla water Isllgbtly Not fifteen only.1.. tbhly I--H,| -|]Die\,. pouilils IM-I-IIII, 'III offer.vl'lght.IbUBpleinlbl _. i*****.*****.*****......**.....**.*.**.**.**..***A-k*

andIron, und holds ulpbnr In the spurt lint, 1111' lliilifux: Il( \ -r, The Palmetto'

; shape of gas, which soon pasnes. away, only hAlt a mile Imek of Hie IIL-CIIII. I"l'f'JIIIJlly i House.

The Papnlitlon of D.jrt.M fiiinoiM' for IM Hutll.liiiii{, L4 .

:<. proper' In about l.StiO. Added to and tim \111'/11./ Unit iilinitnl, in llie N'owcpen for .:. Well Known and Popular.

this I It n viibmbau popiilntlou on innlu wean me prciit.' III Hi> rlvi-r. -5

f shore and peninsula of about 1,000 nt limiting mid Jiililn( :{ 1111114.,| r.t.pi :. i. Ot;31 season iwi3DAYTONA << 0- .

: Kingston: !! Blake, Old .IIIr'l'tt or >rli-ni-iil l 'ul-U-i. mul, dogs limy lie had I 4. : Overlooking.the beautiful Ifulifax River
lomlnll Snl>rwy.' and' Silver Rn<'h. lit reiis>innlil. rli-es..
.. : Daytona. A homelike
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orders this office for Quick work.: *

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