Daytona Daily News

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Daytona Daily News
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Daytona Daily News
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Daytona, Fla.
Geo. F. Crouch
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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.

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SCO Coupons Go With Every Subscription boys from the Buckeye
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f winter, while guests of this Till The 12th. sr f huge Stoddard-Dayton. They came

[ CORPORATION HEAVILY INVOL VfD. through in great shape; averaging over

[ crack be' military recalled organization thj Cleveland of MAHF. e) OF THIS FOR A LEAD[ I a hundred miles per day besides making

... long stops. Of course the boy did
;the beautifulsityoParks, after touring I"' . I >o.oo -' In tomorrow's Gazette-News Sheriff
f South and the Island of Cuba I some pretty good speeding at intervals J
the Commencing Saturday a. m., Dec. 5, Turner will advertise for sale the entire :
invitation of Major A. B. Foster, HOME OF THE PALMETTO CLUB to the ground. '
upon and ending Saturday p. m., Dac.12, the stock of goods of the Moore Brothers cover }
[ former commander of the Grays, will of the said meeting. The paper The officers of the club were the host had delight
a Daily News and the Gaiette-News The elements did not smile propi- ings Company, a corporation hich has been They report as having a
f dropped in here and to their surprise give 500 coupons in the piano contest ciously upon the ladies of the Palmetto \ was replete with interesting references eases of the day and after the feast of! doing business in Daytona for some ful trip through the beautiful Blue

I round the prettiest city met with in the for every subscription received for either Club for their opening meeting of the i to the problems discussed at the Boston intellectual pabulum the physical wu! time. The stock consists of dry goods, Grass region of Kentucky and among

; big circle they swung. paper,-1000 coupons for such ai renew season 19089. An uncomfortably gathering, and ttt hear her paper was looked after, tea and wafers being served: and notions. The futures and furniture the rugged and picturesqc CumbetUud

In appreciation of the courtesies( expended for weekly and subscribe for daily TU strong wind, attended by sheets of rain the next best thing to having.attendedin i The officers of the club, hostess for the too will be advertisedThe and Blue Ridge mountains of eastern

them the Floiida East Coast Au- applies for arrearages as well as renewal at intervals, demand that the 1dit'8pt person the meeting of the general occasion, were: judgments against the eorjiora- Kentucky and Tennessee made more so tr

f tomobile Association is In receipt of an and new subscriptions. out their wraps, and other(ke fortify federationA I Mrs. DeCantiJion Stillman. President:; tion amount to about 13.500 but tIe by the pleasant weather encountered.The .

>exceptionally handsome engraved letter, The interest is running high and many themselves against ad't'fSe'I'atht'r well prepared paper along the ]lines Mrs. Romaine Miller Downing, 1st V.icf total liabilities of thecor(>ortion are estimated trip was made in easy stages, as 4c
? with the card of Capt A. 1;. Sprackling, are anxious to know about the runningThe conditions. of Miss Potter's paper by Mrs. Weaver, i President; Mrs. Elizabeth Wilder Hus at $7,000. the members of the party are out for ;

; of the Grays surmounted by an eiquihittly first count will take place and the Once*gathered in their club room no who 'absent this winter, was next I' ton, '2nd Vice President; Mrs. Mayme While the sheriffs sale is advertisedfor pleasure and recreation. n

[ executed mpnogram coat of arms first announcement be made on Mon. dampening of their ardor was observ read. Its reading commanded wrapt Smailes Smith. Recording Secretary,: Janaury 4, it is doubtful whether The roads were found in fairly good }

.' I with the following. inclosure: day's issue of the daily.It able. The president, Mrs. Howard Y. attention, and elicited praise for its '; Mrs. Agnes M. Seaman, Corresponding the sale will take place, as proceedingswill condition, which made going compara

To the Florida East Coast Automobile is high time that other towns besides I Stillman opened the meeting in a cherry merits. Miss brown favored the club Secretary; Mrs. Dora Dayton, Financial probably be taken by the unsecured tively easy until the sand of Georgiaand

[Association: "Wo, The Cleveland Gray Daytona awake to the importance and animated style which was contagious ii i- I i wilh a second piano solo !I II Secretary; Mrs. Ida A. Peck, Treasurers I creditors to throw the business into Florida was reached.

f of Cleveland, Ohio, in hearty apprecii- of the opportunity. Since only one i and soon all were at their best. i Mrs. CSeo. F. Smith followed with a'' Miss Beside E. Rowe, Auditor. bankruptcy. The party was composed of John W.
7 welcome 'ed comparatively address was giving notes on lli..' :State meeting Aull, R. G. Craighead, Wm. J. AuU and
lion of the vigorous actor piano come to Daytona a The president's opening| paper I The social committee were: j i
[our oIDa'ra, members and guests, upon sInn vote in another place might cap- timely, aud well received. I of the Federation! of Woman's Clubs. MacLaren C. B. D. Chas. E. Haasafous, all of Dayton.
I a'' Mesdames Louise ,
[ their arrival, and the rare hospitality ture one of the $100 instiuminU. Miss Jessie Brown came next with a I This like the preceding PMJHTP: was Cling. Gertrude W. Each, Susie: )(. AUSTRIA MAY DECLARE Their objective point waa Daytona and
J tended them during their visit, take A new candidate In the race is the piano solo,which enlivened the meeting.The fU'ver production and elicited favorableencomiums. ;' W. they did a most clever piece of advertising -
i Merrill, and Harriett blodgett.
this opportunity of expressing the sin First Baptist Parsonage. Tina ts a president next introduced Miss on the 1000 mile stretch between ;
: cere gratitude fee] toward the friends worthy institution and' a handsome Amelia Potter, who served the club as I Mrs. C. II. Raynor, ex-president! of I During the summer the Palmetto Club WAR WITH SERVIA: the Ohio-Florida towns. A large canvass

: who made'our tour flC> nineteen 'hundred piano would add very materially to the its third president. Miss Potter, having club, spoke extemporaneously, paying rooms have been nicely decorated and suspended from the rear of the big f'
and eight througlr the Southern States services.. There b no denying the fart attended the Boston meeting of the I tribute to the high merit of the papers !; worked over. They were very fresh and KKK car held in box-car letters this inscription t'

to the Womans' Clubs read, declaring that one rarely has thprivilege .' beautifully attractive. The members ,. From Dayton, 0., to Daytona
and CUBA fo extremely pWsant, that it that inspiring music adds largely General Federation of I r Unconfirmed Messages From StPetersburg : rI'la. -
'' of lista-oMtg so-many paltersr| anticipate -seriea-.of .meetings of both also had big flag which
will long remain our favorite reminis interest of the church services. ; at its recent' meeting gave: a most interesting I the They a
cence.S. paper touching the proceed- I of such exceptional ahility.EVIDENCE interest and profit. |I Conveys they held aloft in passing through the ,

If. M. Information. towns and cities 5
E. Sprackling, Captain;
Ilauley, First Lieutenant; G. I). S Unltwl Pr..(.) >.. I through Cincinnati Lexington, L IUIa- tf
ling. Second Lieutenant; II. P. Shupe, ( BIG WRECK LONDON, Dec. 4.t.nconfirmt'dmessages
J. ..:. Ayland, Eugene Quigley, Con' OMAHA, NEB.. Dec. 4.-With expectations IN HONOROf today from St Petersburg say ville, :Nashville Chattanooga, Atlanta,
the details of her i Savannah Lake City, Jacksonville -
nut it... of revealing that Austria has issued an ultimatum to Macon ,
relations with Dr. Frederick Ruskin i Servia, stating that unless the latter St. Augustine to Daytona. They u
Mrs. Abbie C. Rice, the state's star witness DEAD WAS DOWN INARKANSASI country stops her aggressiveness on the made a stop at Savannah and took in Y

After the Standard. in the murder trial of Chas. E. Davis Austrian frontier a formal declarationof the races.

resumed the stand today.: war will be made by Austria.DAYTONA The only mishap which delayed the
(flr: United Pressj) big machine was a broken shaft at Lake

DALLAS Tex., DecI..-Announcement PRESIDENTI LACKING --- ,- Park, GIL! it being necessary to wire t; .
of full plans of John W. Gates A tlauchter'was born to Mr. and t> Dayton for a new one. In the mean-

Company, organized to fight the Standard Mrs. Will Cameron Thursday night. I IS TO IIAMACHINE VE time the members of the party managedto

in Texas is expected slimily as ar.'Sult A Memorial Address in Honor of Daytona Beach Minister Arreste The Enfcineer and Fireman Art pass the time very pleasantly bhoot- '
of a t'OJlfC'rt'llI"c here between I I iiail and angling. for the tinny
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SITUATION GROWING of Con- Both Supposed to Have ,
President; Culliuan ftnd'irePrf'!>identScMftf't. Grover Cleveland, !Praising on Alleged Charge I : tribe, the several; days they were delayed. f

of New York with local gas Stolen (ioods.Thursday Been Killed.IPASSENGERS 1.
and oil boomers. Mr Schlaet today left i'i'S S SERIOUS[ AT HAYTI His Sterling Character. cealing i KKK I I They found the road for the entire 4

for New York so look after floating a I A. C. Leroy, of Rochester N. Y., : distance in pretty good shape and suffered i

bond issue.SERIOUS >it >n n PAUL MORTON MAKES ADDRESS I BOTTOM l I FELL OUT OF'CAS. ESCAPED UNUARMD'I [ To Build I no inconvenience of consequence. j

Oeneral Simon Holds The Key To Is Seeking Location The only time they felt that they were t.
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and Machinery.With "up against it" was coming through old v-
But Does ... llev. C. E. Parsons: paste 'I illy '.nlt..ll.r..Ii.) I Engines jover
::1 The Situation. (Hy I'nltitl l"r.NEW ] LITTLE HOCK, AUK., Dee. .- Kentucky There one day they ran
CONFLAGRATION of the M. 11 church at Duytona bead, I of establishing a
[ l lr lwi YORK Dc. 4.-A memoriaaddress .\ Hock Island train wa: the purpose' and killed one mule, four dogs, ijix
Plans. passenger
Not Disclose was arrested on the alleged chargeconcealing of in the city for the construction cf
plant their tires and
in honor of the lateex l'rl'si Nl1Gron'r wn-cked twelves miles from here: this thickens, punctured 1
AT PORTLAND MAINE. I I By United PreiM., Cleveland today prefaced tin f, stolen property, and a preliminary I'morning. The and fireman orsreported engines and machinery, A. C. LeHoy of broke a spring. It might be added that j
PORT AUPUIXCK. I1A YTJt.. was held before Justice hart engineer Rochester, N. Y. is here, casting about don't to this
t the Oliloans-they own
annual meeting of the As.t'iation oLife to have teen killed. Passengers 4:
I Unless General Simon the most successful Phoenix, at Port Orange, Thursday afternoon for a suitable location.Mr. tiowever- broke several world's records i iIn
sTttreatend Proidenta.
: x I organizer of the uprising in the like the Insurance organization has ari-i-n from i II I F. W. Pope, of Jacksonville, and F. W'. are thought to have escaped injury Leltoy camein Wednesday, having fleeing from pursuing night riders, inlodging

.. City Was But The Fire history of Hayti, assumes the reins ofgovernment chaotic state, left PO by the fic'arc'hiniOluranc't. Pope. Jr., of this city assistedilli till' been some time over on the west coast the guns of the feud is U and iuidestepping
attains will be in a worse prosecution, while Lnndis; .t 1''ishe" tlf i iDt where thing move rather more leisurelythan and dubs of
the stones
; Under Control- investigations.!' Paul 1 Morton, On SaturdayWe si
... turmoil than at present Adherents of of the Equitable: Life IiiMiraneo Co., delivered Ijind, represented Mr. l'arSfJIIs.Thf're they do over this way. Coining the rural Corncrackers.The .
-, :.t toss $250,000, Gt'nc.ralIA'gltinc' now head the govern'ment address. was no evulrnce incritninaliii; will sell-; from a live wideawakeity like pilgrims made a brief stop at
; .. and are rallying to the support oftheir the the reverend gentleman, and he wa Potatoes, perbusliel $1 2C! Rochester it is needless to say the prospective Dhver's on Orange avenue and
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POUT LAND, )It'., I) -c. ".-The eom- 1 leaders openly declaring that they discharged. Apples, per peek 35 candidate for permanent citizenship then made a finishing twelve mile dash
and three will fight to put th ir favorites in thepakue. Mr. Parsons I ought a house in the Onions, per peck 35Elgin is impressed with !)Daytonn a live Ellison's Ponce Park retreatthere
of this for Capt.
limed fire departments sePiou' Mr.f and Mrs II. L. Uaker. (.1.1I.akeiicle r Urn I Creamery Butter, lb 32 .
11 controlling the Conditions are very < i nor tin-in part of Seabreeze some I per town with a bright future.It they do a turn for the next few
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three Simon holds the key to the situation ago, the house being vacant.It Eggs, per doz 30 would seem that Mr. LeRoy should i the tribe.
iveek- with finny
1' lames( which have swept away with of Hemsteai', Long Island, arrive be learned: Good Rice, four pound for 25Pearl
sheds, of the but until he can have a conference seeii.s from what can find an inviting field for such operations They Daytona a big send-off all
and freight
great piers entailing a loss of his followers ho declines to make plnns. in the city Thursdayami l are pne.tsf that a crowd of young pilfers have lice I Tapioca, three Its for 25 as he contemplates in this ity. Theengines the gave down and hundreds asked them
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Grand million dollars. The advance. guard of his revolutionaryairay ) The (;learn, on North Head making this house headquarters. It i i is I Shredded Cocoanut, per Ib 15 he proposes to build and the itxmt the immaculate c'ty on the H..tifax -
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more for time endangered the city. entered the city at daybreak. street. presumed that the gang has been doin;!: I bakers' Chocolate, per Ib 40 special machinery he would turn out u hich they are free to confess is: iu a

The fire a all the amateur burglary 1 work that ha All Tcar'er pound 50 are in great and menacing demandThe lass! all by itself at a beauty show.

been transpiring on the |>eninsula titliastsunamer. :Sngar,171 I! P for 1 00 I crude material could !he brought

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inn swore out a warrant for )lr.I'anson:4.I'ri..IS ,s.: per lb IS') feasible Mr l. Hoy may well drive
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II (/ : ( ) O]) FOR 5 VOTES f fIN ie I eluding early and late lettuce, celery
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a md eppers. There are two good aSian
.'I I wells the place and the land Ujein :
I ryh. me needs something in tin I Ii tc : on
I SAFFOU ) ) thrown into twenty-live foot bed
I 'yrir-K, 'Ice Cap, Atomizers, lul.I1: l I md put in fine condition.
i 11 ANO ( 'OXTEST Mesj-r.- Johnson Lave as forman <\\iit ling: t tc. You will find we earnan.Ir
W. Smith, a practical trucker, assisted
I ,::u.t f-tix-k. always .
: Itrown, who ha had years <>f
slow! the I 1 (Skis.NANKINS. These voles cast for .. . fMi by
i and they will no
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\- issue the l>aily News: will publish one of these COUM.HH.| 9 dy..rt(( or ixptitMto( make their furiu

r a : ,THE The LACE DruggistAl ,, |:[ ]It must be l voted within 7 days. December 5, 1'JOS. 2 nth a fitmiii-ial, hueo-ss! and a mode I IB

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JW6OOD I Ipaces .:e let tp.j*!.,.B Ii "Tisyw, cal. tier, nu.nllE sere TR whiz slOCtge i 4 1; Store. Coiae' early" d I i t

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t1t .f' r't:i.eeettael 0IIeia..,....rpet......., JTALUCEfclJC& !; .
'tr.. TM iinililj ,,lint, meetaD.tzse, tayythla(that It..a.f thaett :CLARK'SSTAtIIY i
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lkislt'Tt.S3neI'rt DnnnI w NapIdas. Cat-, : r THE'' PECKwREINKS

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I.. !I IE: mm\ mPS K-Gems In Terse II IIA [ FACTS.. TO BEIRE.MEMTHE ;s.: ,'_, (,

I NECKTIES* ]! 4 4I I .ffeMldwd'."'- ****T TPT erse.> **T 11**t.a t.rTHI -- e MEK who are rich, today were" in nine" "

4j I : ujSrrne-XEw*co. life., Theft earnin J:n er'B+ *.tfirs,1 fiery ,-- :
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j T.E. rrracttJilJx.. Ed or-laaavr. MAIDEN'S IDEAL OF A IXJOi '
We hare a rerj luge E&e ef Tie*for Jaea,aDd I L.C.. I>UKCK..tsrrVjattoa CM F'.Inor.trM. Ysatger.GL. . BAND. I were still !Ieta.tbe difference nscareCqJl, .. .. i
3 -. I ..F.Haase Caoera,_prrt............ EJfTEELta expense ; interest and tine. tliD
i : Sell the SOc-kind for 35c. each 3 for $1.00 j : Contact ud *; 1paX' some safe pJaao, made to yield : C
; I AppUratloa oViiTrr at p*.Iiartooa.. aD4 DBrave. : ,
.'ca l rte** omU saatt v. for thec J
Come and Pick Them Out. j ..* romaaUe; .'" that money ha been raised to par ,

cWL")bay a at in a sad At Learned FroBe. nat not fraattoTkto pedaaUc- ; "s owned and eupi red.. in so many cases, by the it ', if

i iI our exhibit next week we will show Brost w b.neeot and hard-handed artisans of of oar State. 4 ItI
BROS. bronzed
.c log a Majestic in actual operation. saalstainloc.stm 4'......,.....<< I ..Luck.good bbll e'" and"good star" hare E,>fI
Gruler-ilorm Hardware tkv. e.tenafatai.Ig .
I BUSINESS AND: > >ag aD4 seer to do with it than many inuginex When a nan fc .,. \: t

I Who. are Berer satisfied unless you are. Job printing of ererj description PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS gar sat;... bat tNt sal sot a-Uc&i bkaJ: less than he mate, his "ff? d r>rtone" begin, m his <:rand x

I.....Iii.i....................1............11....... is done by the Gazetta-News Co. Never tTUDlca1&t : I his "star" looks smilingly down upon him. t ;
The hiafcest class of work dose in enr trot Can7. I

...... -................................. the shortest possible time- is oar .. -Hoary (F .y\

a aim, THE DESERT.Lead that lath I We 4 per cent. on savings deposits, :. rI
.lll tha IJI"IMId
rMf The racnt "Dalchese." owned by ,.s.I.isIISISI.IeUI...... Mart pure mad to a. man a sooIa&. t
Uajor A. B. Foster in I I ass tbe rirgte toad eased sole fcat you to withdraw the account at any .
I E& COMPANY i waa placed!
ELLA I ILADIES' Ii I,commlcskm Thnrsdij. Capt. Cba : F. W.and POPEAttorney unselor at :: The sUeac aenitt that et Woods God:*. ray brie Is I ;.
Lockwood b : wata .
in command. The n my answer to Itama $
\ Law. JLtkJ tin U the sizes oa my plaiDs that 4
HATTERSNo. I "Datchess has been oo the waS1 U PraeiV*fa State and Txieral I Oorti o slits .Wr tb* Lord Lath UwL i
.. .,' recently, being orerha&led and re- OFFICE 0>ESTe Postoa CE. The Merchants B1:
painted. 0 6 South Beach Street I ..........o. .lwl.lwA. tasoieait: .
She decks vUb a ngbt foua vreatb tW I
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Boas and .
T.E.ntzceraU E. r.ones oe a .trees 's.--c. J J. B. COXRAD, Vie 1
Ii Iil Mr. and urL Milton Zimmerman, of lad the dry sk1lIZ. bleaebn5. 'e sheet A. D. IkBBIDE.-L ;

Latest Styles Artistic Workmanship Bowling G -cen. Ohio,arrived Thurs FITZGERALD & OATES Is a vber trivial tI.e calloS salad.cirt YoU worthy.Is aleeping t* U of" F. CONRAD. Cashier. :

Prices I day and are temporarily at The Ga- Attorneys and Counsellors at Law lay proud white tret. "-
High Class Goods Low
blew Both families haTe been visiting Facilities: and
Special for Examining Lave you row bt gaff Talteys tkncLtt .

I I I Daytona for the past fire sea- Perfecting Land Tiik of maws beg tabor.f dOe! drtrwith ,1.......................... Ji
.....1........................................... em*. Ther expect to JO to boa e> Once ia Conrad BoDdia- Tboce 12S LOT you Ik*tbe*CM"rot.'Sa grime! ;

'|!keeping as soon as they find sal table ........isisi............. Rise you yew Cla aecs warm fa the sail 1.| "OUR STORE" ; S Trust o< 9&s,
and U* of sear alcibor
....................1.-I Il eat: ODs. : DR. G. A. KLOCK e t"de TOG>Ut raP wlUt year kla. tt. pUy- I, THE SPOT CASH GROCERY ICE WKlT
IL1LZ of men and of tte*. : TWA Doors aoatfc of U* PtMUiCac* 'Z Vkeikvr THI wt a n
All copy for chanre of advertisements : P6,'sician and Surgeon : : Tekpiode .
i fI.--nal' Mtcatloa clrnt to IHwa.T But wbea kU <4 hare coated oa your HIM I H. S. MILLER. Proprietor. J ,,,,.r, .r Si 77 J
THE GLOBE I I'i in tbe Daily News must (Jt ItxPye: aad infuse af Gla- 4.Ometovertlot.eCbthILg . aw your eyes bar* crown weary ofweeping : Too will tart S8TO trj bajlac tier s THE BEST fOU'tlAt'dVE !

:j i;r be sent in not later than 3:00 Z T Hoan:7 toeatn. MSpm. topat"tc-r*. .. Wtea tout, piliful 10.... sflak dowa to I..........................
House Piytlclaa of The CUmxtoa .
!I o'clock the day proceeding which 0.R.......................I eTOG the clasp ant of taste the of eager tb* peU1at culh. tb*I.....N.N.P..NN.........,..........N.1
II III the ad. is to appear. guard of my bins Is kccptac. ,.
I CLOTHING and SHOES E. L. STEWART Cone and leant you tb* sweetness of.'
{ Mrs. John H. Ferris her sister, Physician and Surgeon sfleac*. tea mother of Gods .wm :: '

YJ"L S. M. Upson, and her grandson Special attention to dLeasr of tbe Ejr mina -
Best Values in the City. Ii IiI Ilanford Foote. and sister-in- Ear. Throat and :Xtee. Once sad H. is throned oa my erimsoa Loa ta a : OF FURNITURE
I ruideoce. Magnolia avenue. 3rd psrpie meet far Lea paadje: -
ti !!law Mrs. Charles E. Ferns, and .
TL Sot Cam of bU
door west of P O. phone bright paOetse
AGEVTS: \friend: ills Jeanie Sort, all of !. O2ce bocrs 9 a. m. plays over the leper white piaiaa. : That will improve the looks of some r

I Ladies Red Cross-Childrdns* Educator-Men's Bostonian !i iI. i i South Nbrwalk, Conn.. arrived on to9p. aN ':'M speaks vooderfui him ta nat U&cly Is Loa fasbloa.herald aad ': your house. No matter what you t k'aflti l .-

SHOES Thnrs ear and are located in one of ..............NN..... Abe the f'Miea tpteikdor of midnight Is .
I. : .i the C. Naah cottages, oa Volusia are .* ROY HOWE M. D. .: the Ttfl that his glory debt : House Furnishings, we probably have i ii itDAYTflNA

................... .................. eaue!, for the winter. Lear you the jojt of creesi rmCeys t*
: Physician and SuareonH.EUQENE : taint beans that wait oa their saOac. .
Y tOCW' aOO1 P''j :. ', t P.rir--, Here ta the sweet fresh air tb. and Sac i I
r P f i/ wt_aj. Aee.u..hado-wt.' N..: Hia. )*&!.....-d from its fears : RING 11AM l & IALEY COMP AN
'r ri I 4 r.n.4.t&H.,..(P:. Q'.1. :i. Triq:5" : 1t I :' : Can you time barrmin loOt with grew ar weary* the of despoUerwiu wattlac-!i
Seabreeze M Doings F.II .....N....NN........... Bt a'A bre crown ta the of desert the yeaunLBeertfcial Is God. Ole end ,': Furniture toust: Furnishings I.'n1

% at Daytona :' Gertrude IaAc- ....+........1.1. ......................i

News /\4 Beach JOHNSON Exerd.e ... Jr

' i. I! GINGER ",:- too taking any exercise for .. '
JT ; BICICLES ALE T.:>nr bsalth asked' the wolf of the
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DAYTONA BEACH.I.llN.. jEQI 1 ta I (;;,x. r

SEABREEZE. De*. 4.-L. a Swett Eazabeth WrigM'f pretty cottage, corner StPPlltS[ ,I-= "Ob. yes rtspa&42 tte Utter. "lad KE.MPANYICE j
of the Wises Real Estate Co, has returned t of PoniasuLa drive and Hanej I 4m In-prorlcg rapidly! I am Inking

from a business trip to New street has been morrd back from the Ill. IRS.. ,'I I..f4, m b pan-lWt1more la aa srratecr dab fox .

T Smyrna. :, 4S. street ADd cew! betas laid aad '', Srlr Absolutely Pure--

W.B.Hatch'.automobile wa brought 0 ether improvements planted for. % trl Ow..tetd4yDA'TO I ICortr <] \>OAl A It Is ea2J rtrocdriak beans It x I \ from Disti 1 1bde ,

from the depot Wednesday and safely = boosed in his new Mr. Hatch j 1 Mr. ".
garagtr. f guests and Mrs. Viahg. Ds asews.
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aDd family urine on the 15th. 4 a a N j',IiLtluJ river trip Wedtetday. Yr.I . T" Our Wagons make Trips lhily. oaf
S. J. Judd who b here from Stamford. Beach owns a boot std is planting nun : DR. HOUGHTON: : The Deacon and the Prayer."I I <.r - -'--;.
.Conn.,Ming friend, has gaze to t j y :1 >eroii tat/r excursion during the!: f I didn't Uke your prayer terj c.och Sunday: to all parts of JI

-' Orange CSt, for a few days I NEW SEASIDE INN I 1 i jwtater. : DENTIST : this tnor tug" 5U1 a fault Cadlat deacon DAYTONA. SEABREEZE. ORMOND and DAYTON BE.U
Tbe new Srabrwie postoSce is tits 5. P. HnbbrQ u to bis mlaJsler.Vtiat Ice for Boats Delivered at
ksritg his lots GD '-: t any Deck-Sacked or
+ trie lighted, steam heated will fitted AND FTRXMJED ''TTAGESEverytbfeg j I Costs street, grabbed And undnbnahfl'abidt . Pa .". s U. ... ..*.. i..t.,t.- \ was wroc* wit, Sir"well OFFICE-Rear of Schantz Plant.. "'tl
i I I. la tttint place It was tow 'Pnooe.
with lock boxes, and otherwise very Pt .. .. is a deeided i sFroeetnent t.; I..e .........................a \Jot;, acd then I tbocgit It contained I............ .....DllaaoD ................ .-
h complete in all the requirecornts of a : thick srrab crowth.Ultaatt..
: ...................N NN two er three expnssSoc.s that were un-
; modern postofSce. The interior has ; Mod-ra, Mr dsme_ Fuller and Bun 1 1tffpE'&t :
j &t Lad a dressing of fresh vamiih, and I Ho*liie: aidDirectly Comfortabi.. Wednesday at Port Orange, 1: DR. EDITH B. SHOEMAKER : warranted-"I' sorry It t.5Ith your ::........... ......S......................111NIIeN 3

fcttmaster Brit too is teething: the congratulations on \tbl.tier..eL BaiJDC the trip oo a Daytona BeathGrer I: CSS DENTIST dtoIj'roTiL detcoo. tbe good mill reI -

of the new comer on hispkMa.nt Serf B.. tiiis; sad Fhbi g. I. 0',1.. !ili.ii<.ad the rd. tat IOU most tear In mind :|pt You Are Very Very 1

quarters. I J.5. Gnifis vfao is spesditr :his tlurd '. : o' ;. I Crater was not addrewed to ,
$..d men aid team are at wofk 1 KrnPER winter at LHvtoca Bf' LA just reecied .. t. TMItO A*EM E TekrhoncOSTEOPATHS JIJ yoo. : *

t efling Pinewood avenue' : north :o Unvenity 11.-.0) D.n'D CP. his patent for aa orange gatherer I.........................: Fairies. I|: Particular About .

: boaleranL The big lighters are I 1It1itHORACE K whieb look fispKecourh after the .N1....................N The :.msssaes of Greeks, and Romans : \
dumping !Lt-U. while drivers with theirn I other fellow has t-.ooght it out. A pair aDd the nut aDd file of people: I; !: Groceries |

> trims are prang back and forth I STEWART ,lcf dippers is attached to a keg pole. :: ti1.1 C MERMAN : ttroutoat: : tae taiddle ages thoroc tlj : .
oo the narrow guage railroad given adjo tEe the twiiT *J la fairies gnomes. etc. The We want your trite. for ""
DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA i i you pote pull ftncg are: i we're certTin that
| Gkariew duck and boulevard quite a I ':the order fruit drop icto a k,i hnet : et! sel -,- <; cLi..l; has no doubt about the existence i I :. 'In OUr goods,our method and our > T..iTJ. apptTxiatr.. diI/Mf'tfIl...
!> : i of Santa Clam Jack N \\ ... +le t. i w-ws Jdl1i
bojinecs like : : : and a lot : prier shoe eJJ"f!!
appearance. Thirte-n1l.un-1 t-ag attaebed tt. l't'to. It xA! 'itlitf' : of other strange I 1 Telephone :9 and we wed:| ..r yUr I.nlrr.M .
dred feet of shell has already been laid I j for the persojujes. and when
SURF CREST practicable parpo :............. the mind o? the nee
and the will be flnivhednesiwetk. I I ........... was In Ita dlDd-1 -
]I I A new front purtfc h>vust h-n C"Irr hx.J state men were

The Witanrn, a fruit boat paaoed up | Hwy tu. t_n I"".....set a., -"...\.,: t I. : pftedat. the TenE>ek attsge on Pr io. .. .B..O.. OOb la their beliefs preparto as the little LYMAN/ Miller-StrohB
the Halifax river Wednesday Light tree 1 I sell tv .vnihJ-.a' as.a fl:..;, ...asses 1 1 1 children j
suU.drire.j !
are la
for urf Vnthl.-ic; all J 11sLt ,.. : DR. A. O'NEILLOsteopath( : al ap --N*, Tort i : Go's Old! StandaaaaAAA
laden with a cargo of oranres. Rate SIJ"'t..t.i'r! rye'A4ir j Mr asd 14s. W. B. Red armed Tt5ttrday Aaerkca. ; "J...
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bouVrard in front of Wihuans I Is.'Tuna tt.-atc t. .... I afenxt from Ha!titgsMirn.. : : L ............ NNM
opera Lowe baa been treated to a heavy !and are don**,tied at their Lose on tt;> -=:::!f//#
Po1L"-, : ." \, ..
top-dresEing of abeO.,! Halifax. .. When
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T. Ralph WCcox made: the trip to bi (jht! !?rincf4 .Ysstna.s I j Hugh J. ArTDstrocgaad trotber.proir- ..I.f.1.a.LLI.f.L1.1.1.. Making: Purchases of

place oa the Tomoka the; fore part of I ,. "" ",, ;,.,.J.. i meet business men of Chicago. spent PECK-HENDRICKS

the week and came back Wednesday u> !' \ 6a o.allooi. inner .tru..t..r. rtrnlal.l Monday and Tuesday! m the city. CATARRH ga.d.R....u....'i QEO. H. CLARK. COMPANY: Dryzoods K. H. MCDONALD Meats.
hu boat. arw saes nIt -.r.-ptx.naI: .l'-- Jeuelry and
i t StAtio
Thf'n..s. rye
": all roui-
rn '[n-.u al'.c. an unnsuaUy .arg attend
The "tre ns" and "1""'." at the golf I high.mud dr n-..r '-D. I 13 r, trou+....;;i ante at the mid-.eek oc T.xlr*L b..rmi 111J Bro4v 7. %vv Tcrk.FOISTAIS I 10.. LYMAN.- Groceries. .'\. B. AULTMAN. dents Furnlshl"l
ho prayer mwUcg
t< licks are about completed under the rial ni-4 for; rain_.....u par.,.\ddr da'. >W..n.J-_ o1J; 'J'"-j Wednesday aight. RCT.Purer iis_net -..................,.......- THE (jAZElTE-E\\'S COMPANY. 0
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perintenre of }Ir. Jenkins, mho ie an U-I \1'y. p ER- Pn." I IT I H.AN KINS, The ORRIS II \RDVkMBIN3H r: !
I. the pastor ia Us* services Mr Porter Dnif gist.
.crt .claver and coaeber. A neat I CITmm \ i
delivered a rerj eoeocragirg m I .\.\\ & \\\I.IY ,
twge c-0. f'ur.IlIUU
pavfibon has been built and everything T THE[ IfflTE WE I [ ronmsj,from Etac *fact Ham in regard to the \ \ TRA'SFER A'D STABIB Be
is bring dote to have: the course in fine : sure and get
I :,* m.' be bad ;;rt.r.ed: at :L Auru your voles in the
ahape for eta winter sporz.Hugti I HACKS MEET ALL TR"I"'s. :
Bt-\o'H. \ tine. He said there ,
= was f'ery prospect THE FINEST TV BNOVT5BlaekamitH .>
Armstrocg and brother wboatre IL..w.bntL all"i. aDd ....on..t-l' ''lP. I,I of a great rental O"I0'A I Bush & Safford
here fhe fore part of the week looking Mo.4. ; lDP"'ro tmpnrt,w-cat... rrau .01: I and Carriat.. Piano
after property in t/rot* at :>eabre *e !.Q.-t.odac.I t. ;.4 n..r.tx.rar. .l..aur.bott j i! Mr. and Mrs. :Sweet.; Tt ho have hao Shop in Connection.CEO. Conte..t.

ltart.edhe work of eieansg their Halifax 'IH"U\lanlb-.w.\ LI"..... i iI I 1 rooms the fnutb. block oo SeabreezeI i : A FOYE. Proprietor jl
I i "IOOOO _
I hare de.
i aveaue, tded to tpc.J a n spry _
r rift oo they:
o; having: a bungalow erected this propose seicln.d4 I ;i:"f weeks more at The Ghies Dartii .......................... g G\11l!>iCt c lJ' Q'

In m.ol the building Mrs. H. J. Arm 'I I J. C. BUTLER & CO. I j I I The opetiicg of Harvey a\e&u t a .......................s4 1 I i LILY

t strong wry spend part of the winter in j I 1 treat roareucsee to the bas: : inter : : j WATER | ELECTRICITYlsparklie

the city. REAL ESTATE .esb of t&at part of the c'ij. Thereare : I
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i iflbe ;
:I ii i, II many pretty boOdic ears -c cither GOODE.TTI 9. :1 al'o6/g treadle
b' Majestic Manufacturing Co .,j If::0..- .r- dcc.k:L.J V- ;;: :--it- 1 l:;.' -trll'nh i side of this ctrtet. Water T
of St. Louts Mo., will have a man :I, luuc !<-r u>. ur oC.-.. 1* .t 1*%u.aa Krah f .. . that itI X6IUI,1y !i'll" -" .deco 9 erred not omj as ?>;' a 1\

Gru r.Yorris hardware Co' .. !3 J6'sAly ecornmeed the tyodern Continences err 'I)
at & [ ' ed
Come in and the coA- pr.- -,. -. jy voted
great . .. .. '. .. . :
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F store all cut week, who will show ; H. G. Wilson Q.; Co. in wonder .. . 9Ay.-.f" tar ') Lily 91/oderelOral 9c '
at store all / .7f
joa bow to bake biscuits brown, .Seabreeze Fla. ; ocr next \ Tna ' ; 1 ,r rke /,/ tl.1 6"t t

tip and bottom, in three minnt a 1 I we" -k. See adierli ciBcDt in the Ga : Try Birch*ood'; Butter...... : t 1 cSm.cll anti Xtln ys. entire ?/'9 kr Current tt new maOpportunity ,. ''

; Don't miss this chance of saying the j'REALESTATE, INSURANCE. zete- e1h. Graber-ilorria Hardware *5>................>..N..: \ h am ,H"F.I 'll/f"" r/t ,, 111111 9ioie9 the Jneople of' lsyrer a I
great cooking wonder. Grnber 1 LOANS, NOTARY PUBLIC. CaL Ogaof. and W ate Is Izee I
Morris 1 Hardware Co. I IIi I Iiupfwd slat ("ntmpctnott P'ffriii 'i!*..* ".It.* i; ?a11er. 3.jy '*adt'na r seadne., zed 1)"yt."a 2...J I I.i'i
Rr I i t'rial aid \-T.-t f, l..nO., CATARRH !!Sai 2s i ,/Forr/t and I.
..}. I Runbow at eight fwr tbe &uL,,r 9Jeli T.uc.taa.ewry,1153 Bt.4war.: .a.tat 1 I 1)'Sgllt., to Operate Retort ""I+

Thermtrong property at the f ,bt, rainbow in taorning fur the zL *fffAts at any and aI /,' -?" 'S I

corner of Rid wood and Magnolia '\ B. TALLEYARCHITECT sailor's warning, dnJn't hold goal TIlE[ ADAM : .
t arenne i is a magnificeat! glow ofcolor '!I JOB PRINTING. i I SCBANTZ LILY .
from the main of flowering .Way. The brilliant Low in the WATER i ELECTRIC PLANT I:
PUB aad SprctftcaUoa wade r..ue*)DvrthaM this followed I
i plants and ah re I* ckely set in III.BalldlagL ,.1 morning was Executed With Neatness and
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Ly increasing sunshine. GUNN
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I 11r'M: .... Sa d Gu. ': ..',:' 'wbite workmen and guaranteed : .. : Iver Johnson and CS S UIN 1 cleaned-painted,M" :
: '. $ Udre&6yforu. sa first claffl. We do Cleaning, S. National Wheels Our All-Havana Smokers '-'
: Cftr1Dr Q. end or cell 1f1t I : B. : I I are aLI : catenorthofCLii1.8ridROOTj
'.-i$.. p'.rotr motto, _ : : .. U. Pressing, Altering and 'Repair SI .. U 1. I "
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t! 4' ,pIIM&- ,',4t&rtentjoOO 1 '- ", '. Write information J or ., U' : ProprietorEverything : ,: 22* South Beach Street . ;
t : ' Work called for and delivered. -
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I Surrounded by warm waters of the Gulf I
RE:LESTATE : Stream. Protect* guests from. 51. cold I CLARENDON

.BARGAINS: : FROM HOLLY[ Y BILL H IM PRETTY PORT ORAiE. UI for I weather.moderate. rates Its homelike attractlr Informality to thoe make and ;I THE .

U Inj a long stay. For booklet and rates I ; .
K < K It I address MAMAGKK' Palm. Beach. : : ..

: The Two 'Chums Makes a Suc I What the Citizens and Visitors I i' The Maker : : ...
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cessful Cruise Down Indian Are Doing:, and Ait Goto I ffl J rr1N o :
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STOnrAND RESIDENCE pIet.itock iti corn- Rlver.-Some Personals. ? To Do. : Our line of Calendars in Photographs l, : .:

ol g roo.rl and dry goods; one of *he twit NEWS OF THE HOTELS .'f.. . .
ORANGE Dec. 2. J. B. : Water Colors '
bnilneu openings In Florid: eictllonbuiln DOLLY hILL Dec 2.-Mr. and PORT I .
but owner bu otbe Intereiu thai and Sunday Case who has been visiting near Hastings and Art .
: demand aU bit timeloeat on N. Rldg Mrr. Mabbette spent Saturday : Subjects ., Daytona;lot loot tOO; 'tIt! Otak at their old home. has returned home. S \n UI .
rry thing- atock will inrentory ti.ono U .
and In. bulldlngi are easily north IHJIOO. Mr. and Mrs. Chas R. Simonds re Mr and Mrs. Clark arrived from Indiana : IS THE BEST IN THE CUV. I .
If are Interested add.Bu.I e. .
you last week and have rented one of Schmidt's Hotel. :
}HoAp.-o of Conrad Real Estate Oompanr turned to Jacksonville Sunday.A I S I r .
houses. U........ .... .. .. .. I ....
-- large wildcat and two kittens were Mr. Baker's : KODAK Recent arrivals at Schmidt's Hotelare I 111111 II S I II I I S I II II III iisi i

TWO COm']AGES botb tel thfurnUb,; altoalf at- roaming around here but the old cat last Capt.week Myron after Briggs returned the summer home U 5 : Geo. Braungard York Pa.; J. J. :IUogerty. i.i0B.B.Btifriti.i...........i.i.i.i.B.i.i.i.B........ ?
the range and Palmetto avenue was shot Saturday. The kittens are I spending : ALHO MAKES! A UMEKSI a C. C. Hudson, Jacksonville, 4Fla.

-one of the most desirable corners in iay. still running at large. North. : Xmas Gift. I a .; Chas. A. Lewis Vasson Me.; C. C. : ,
tons;one cottage J room,tbe other I; hal hand Mrs. E. G.Merkel entertained at afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Tnbhell and fifteen IU | HOTEL DESPLAND I
alt other eonrenlenee Price.$A.uOii for I I Simond Jacksonville<<, Fla.; G. Henry I :
both and at that If Interested '
a snap are arrived night.
you Thursday
tea Friday. .
and call on or address,O. M. Blngham City; or Mr. Watts and daughter, from Massachusetts I Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Lurberry, their : from $1 1.00 up to any price IU Land, Fla; A. C. Loring, Jack ; .
ttlngham.t Thompson Agents.OEAUTUL have rented Tom Wetherell'scottage. little grandson and his nurse, arrived you want to pay. I Fla.; C. B. Western Jackson, ; I I I Daytona Florida :U

Modern t, last week. LKESNE'S{ KODAK PLACE[ : D. holmes Jacksonville Fla. j Now Open for Season 1908-9. 1 f
WINTER HOME tloubli* Chas. Wetherell and party went In Mr and Mrs. Murphy and a friend ,
sS-tory, hot oni and lu"l cold>i yu i Mo/t ntt..*...a tr ixl throughhone. electricflitures the launch Two Chums to New Smyrna I have arrived, and are at home in the : Next door to Prince George IIot<-1 U Hotel. 4I L. AI. WAITE, Owner and Manager. :
: double floors throughout: pln teml Thursday and returned Friday with I houseboat which he bought last spring S IU Despland : .
and In
and ceiuenU-d cellar; practically uw
perfect order;every convenience fruit attractivegroundswtthorange about 300 fish. Monday they went I from Mr. Davis. I NORTH BEACH STREET Recent arrivals at the Hotel Despland : Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Service Excellent. 1

tennis court; situation and unexrcllvd grape : trees completely ; again, and back Tuesday bringing 800 Miss Milburn and Miss May Milburn KODAK DEALER U are as follows: W. II. Newcomb, ChIcago : Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. :
furnlktwd. Kor prlci and terms ad... I mullet, most of which were salted and I came home and spent Thanksgiving, as : ; L. P. Hutcheson Baltimore Md.; !\ CI
drean: William t-'. Morrln, Trullte..or WM. Every Modern Convenience. Send ,for Booklet.Humnirr :
M1IAKKNKH, Agent lht>'tona, Florida. .shipped. did also Miss Mary Fair and Chauncy il a .MBtl.IOI.ltl.ltfItItBEor S 3eo. W. Knadler Philadelphia; D. Juan : S -

George Fitzgerald arrived Monday.A I Vass. t Alvarez, Lima, Peru. I U
Adilrms: ATKANTIU HOt'KK, NarraguniwU PI..r. Rhode Iiland.Fm .
FIVEROO1HOUSE and pleasant surprise party was tend We railed on J. White last week and SU
p .ered Mr. and Mrs. Hill on Monday as I found him busy superintending the I t ...................................................:

Lot in KINGSTON around their tD.rop in and have a cup of coffee
for their
Large they were to leave Wednesday I cleaning up property.Dr.
and hot biscuits at our store any i j. ***-***"*.****.******.*...******..kAAAAAApAAAAAAAb-
FOR HALL Inquire of_ old home at Winter Park. i and Mr. Whitten. and Mrs. Whitt 9
: lay next week. Will be glad to see the Electric sad* $ -
Fronting un Lights
Among our visitors this week were n's sister are comfortably located in Rt
if intend to buy or not.GruberMorris Halifax ituer. Modern Improvements *
you you
NORAAN S. DAYrON.n. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Judd from Connecticut -.i Mrs. Fox's cottage on Ridgenood ave ]) Hardware Co.
,T. McCLELLAN. Owner. ,Col and Mrs Huston. Miss Wilder
Mrs. Leon Ellenwood Mrs. \\*. W. nue.Mr.. and Mrs Schroeder and their i

BUILDING LOTS RIDGEWOOD Carter and }fro Lyons from Port Or. grandson arrived Saturday.W. THE QUEST OF BEAUTY. SCHMIDT'S HOTEL

C. Howes has opened his real .
I offer for sale l.ot.'al1' 3, Block S, Co'eman1 : ange. McCall's patterns : Ancient
go U Vary
paper -Making Up"
Mr. and Mrs. lieacock, Bert Heacock, estateolfice. 'urm..tI.r SdiiuiiI'd] Villa. ;
Addition to IHtytona. Thrtte are
I to the Chas. E. Gardiner Co. nine Art.
amOng the wont dealrablncant tot left Mrs. Geo Rogers and family and Mrs. UK Spaulding 'l
Mr. Ilyden bought to the : HENRY SCHMIDT & SON. Proprietors, "
"Making as applied appearance -
on nice IUdg..ooJ home. For" arenue.prices address A fine locution for a 3dmondson went to Port Orange Saturday placo at Blake, and has) moved into it. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Alger of Tt- Is no means u modern i i 1 I( DAYTONA %
to attend the thank offering mE'eting -
Ohio located for the -
ledo are 8'a80n .
OUT B. BROWN. Ovnaral LakeMlchigan. an art as many people ImagIne.In
of tho Seventh Day Adventists.Mr. in Mrs. C. E. Kllcnnond's cottage the days of Roman supremacy I I(( :I II H"tS

1 A Remarkable Church.At BUtch spent Sunday with his WHEN BATHS WERE RARE. on Bay street. the women tinted their eyebrows with j j I( ?I

Stivlchall. near Coventry. England amuy. black In emulation of "ox eyed Venus." i Home Table _--- -" Delightful
there Is a unique place of wor Mr. and Mrs. Rendal and family expect r The Tim When a Dandy Washed His Because of the in 'lenient weather They painted their faces sprinkled : Reasonable hates Sunny Rooms

ship. In 1810 John Green, a stonemason to move shortly into E. G. Harris 'I Face Nearly Every Day. vesterday: evening the fijstil: : t thta themselves with perfume and even ......................... e ..-....... W.'f.
of a strongly religious turn of louse, which is being repaired<< and 'I It will come as a shock to some read tre had no bbovv. The program ad- wore false hair or tinted their own -

mind. laid the first atone of the edlflt e. painted ready for them. ''I' era to learn that one of fifteenth the most serl veitised for last night will he given locks In accordance with the prevail .............................................
and seven 'later be completed the 008 occupations of a century Ing fashion.
4 W. H Heath took a party to Porno
building. In aU that time be had assistance i wife was to protect her husband from The Greek ladles of the same period
from no one, doing all the 'ark[ on the launch Eleanor Wednesday.At ) :,I fleas! Mr. and Mrs. C. E: IlLukuell of employed maids who rubbed out their TIIERIDGI3WOODIL

work with! bU own hinds* until the Taking Into consideration however Altoona. Pa, armed! in the city mistress' wrinkles "decorated" her I
church was ready for Its Interior t.tinga. the horror with wblch the people of Thursday with the idea of Tf'main- face with red and white paint and
f Woodeu Jiiid even brick buildIngs the regular meeting of Halifax those days regarded cold water and the if find darkened her eyebrows. It was then D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor,
... erected by oue or two men are Lodge No. 81. F. & A. M.. Thursday clean clothes. It Is not surprising to ing during siason they a also the fashion to coat the face with

not uncommon but this la the ouly evening, E. L. Shear" proprietor learn that the question of exterminating location to Please: tl,em. I I white of egg; nnd goose .grease to protect I i THE house is charmingly situated on Ridgevvood Avenue, the high
and In Steam and these Insects made life a burden It from the sun and wind It Is
In probably
structure llngland sf the Daytona Laundry. \V. .J. Morgan and family arrived
I J I awl healthful in the of It is
est most town
looked Daytona.
world which atone was Cleanliness was not only upon had recipe for point
the of every A. P Jones station agent of the F. labt night., as expected, from Bf>I. even said that they a M
laid by one man. The building accommodates E.F: C. Ry., received the first degree as .a dangerous The soul alone custom.was but regarded a positivesin. as I laire, Ohio, and are located for the turning blne eyes to bluck.Tllt'se j t very tastefully and comfortably furnished and is modern in
quite a large congregation fashions all had their originIn
The from the Ridgewood
in Masonry. of that the neglectof their mdsome winter very respect. vegetables are garden
derives considerablerevenue any Importance. BO easou in
church a the
and the Italy where lu later yeara notorious
from contributions- of the body became so much a virtue I home, on North I'idgevvood: avenue LiurezlA Ilorpla Is said to have j; and native fruits, winch grow in abundance are a feature_ of .

ghteen! who are drawn to the place .......................... : that a bath was only allowed In cases, -- -- -- dyed her hair different colors according u t the table. _;

through curiosity. i ii of place Illness.In the At toilet any rate of the water grand had mo-n > I Hitting the Pipe. to her fancy of the moment. I i Opens December 15th. I ,
J PRESCRIPTIONS.. narque. His valet after ourlug n fl;i.k \\ben J MI"I got home the other night; In England In eighteenth century it
The Equinox Storm Fable. containing! spirits of wine over the I be found (he family lu i pinto ami the many women among them Lady c ...................................................I
The UnlNnl States weather bureau house flooded from burst wnh'r"II Coventry died from the effects of ..J'
i Jtre; Speeialty With Its. i hands of his majesty passed a comb being 11
has denied th:it the coining of the a resh and through his hair thus completing his I l i|>o, The (first thing; he did was to rouge. !So:) in all ages "beauty"smart"at allcosts' ladies .........................M+.........................
noi brings \vlth It a storm. eqUI.1 \\ Our 3)rugs are J % scold! his wife for not having sense was: the motto of
11 .r. It saj*. that the o'd: fashioned \:\ we use the Ittmost Care inS 'ollet for the day tnoiigh to go doun to the cellar and .-Pearson's Weekly.
seventeenth howen.'r.
In the centurv.
ple put In tliU !theory i U all mUptaced.: Ach hammer up the supply! pIpe[ to prevent The Prince I
J| Compounding. "Uelephone + cleanliness was carried to an t>x;- GeorgeHilyard i
Any big storm that happens to occur I the water from escaping! Then lie Tennyson's Terror.
that English dandy was expected -
two of the time that and will send for the cess an ,
within a week or \\ us we + went downstairs and was soon heard There are many stories of Tennyson
t to wash his face "nearly everyday"
the sun !is ironing the line say the I )| Prescription and deliver itO + So rapidly did the custom spread hammering vigorously. After some In the Duke of Argyll's book. "Pas & Holrojd, Proprietors,
weather men. I l-t: illgnltk-d; by the name minutes' strenuous work. giving one sages From the Past." and one of the :
Promptly wA filled.. that it was necessary to Issue a t lenin
of VquIniKtlal storm.vben.. as a last mighty blow he asked. "How Is It most characteristic relates to the time :
j warning that the practice of using; wa
matter of fait there U generally some now T when the marriage of his grace then WILL OPEN DECEMBER 15th
atmospheric dNturlume every week or i I VOK? llARMAC1 ter for this purpose "tujuies the eyesight "j here Is difference In the flow of the Manniii of Lome and Princess ILouise i
P engenders toothache and catarth
two. and those that occur about the ,il I renders the complexion colorless and the water." his wife calmly replied. was in the air. One day Tennyson Iir.rUKMSHCI) AND HEX YATEO

time of the equinox are just taking I 1 'Phone IS U. Beach Mt.J makes the skin susceptible to cold in but as the light! has gone out I very had a number of guests at luncheon. Tiiuoi <;ncn T

their turn and are not the result of the ;' .......................... the winter and heat In the summer." much fear you have hammered up the among whom was the Marquis of :
crowing of the mm pas pipe"-Exchange./ Ionic In the course of talk the mar t
to have been in or? :
Washing seems Steam Heat in Every Room
tben laureate.
rjuU: told Tennyson poet
the In
popular In eighteenth century
......... his volume. .
In this in The Garden of Eden. that the jueen liked new
r -----l France the fact than that England water was, forbidden spiteof The jtrtssage In Genesis' In which the "I 1 am glad to bear it." Tennyson j SAME U\N\GCMi\T: AS "I1IL BKISTOL." ASUUU\ PARK, N. J. ;

J OR\1OND BEACH, In the former country. Icxutlou of the garden of KJm seems said in his sonorous slow. musical .........................O..45.S5.....4.......... :
A lost art according to .J. FranklinIn to lie liulkutttl has long 1<<-11 n Nine of bass totcc "I hare given a good account

i NORTH OF HOTEL ORMOND { "La Clvlllte du Mil au XIX. secie" (Contention among theolotf 115 and 1(1 of her In that volume, but the ........sSi.i.....o.aSs.. o:; .
: 'I I illM.ussiou don't like rhymes ay :
Is that of blowing one's nose Today lIe students j.I'ncrslly I newspapers! my
: Nine-room Louse. Inth hot and cold water. 100) feet fronting river; \:\ It is a more or less perfunctorj >if the suujett has U-t-n .is InsriMiiuiis; I they are bad. I live In terror." be con- t !!ie HOTEL PERKINS III I THE milNCTON[ HOTEL
: both furnished two flowing Las In11 fruitless -I he pinion: has tinned, "of any of the queen's family
nictt ft-IINHIIolti e fronting ocean; ; t[ necessity but In the seventeenth ten 4)1n.'i Jun.-I I. u.o- S '
; wells; splendid R-irden pot; :J?()X n) (full bearing: orange and grapefruit 9 tury It was an accomplishment One ltl'en L> ImattHi all over The r.ibllal -I nlarr3tng.anui of bearing from her that XIFTH and M4111soToS| : : VTIHRTLAND : I i lorabish: Ave & Jackson bout.
antI all at : Imitated the blast of (; il(1olliittiiIl I Mein to |II lue IMen she hopes: I will write something I CHICAGO
trees Everything: in splendid repair going together person a trump..f.anotber | I ORIKiONiTti :
but I Ii
of of kind
that yet.
I' In the old ll'IlII"Jtlml the region have no news
of cat. i'os-
makes the the bestalue on the peninsula : the swearing a ltia.i'ii I
; a price which property bly snuff taking, which wus the (fash the; great; rivers" the r-III.hrlh'i! | : ami I.i live in terror of It." i I
: THORNTON lonuble habit of that day. had something riffris.-New \ork .\tnerlcin This with a solemnly sly wink "Madera Lu....> at Mulerate Katet

MACON to do with Its accomplishments 1
i REAL ESTATE : perfection In which consisted In makIng DETHR NEO! II
much too little I .
"neither too nor

L. !14.II ORMOND..............and......ORMOND..............BEACH..........+e.f i noise Another" of noteworthy those days fact is that on the noisily eticjuette !-i.I, I I H H i i Ii IiI'

....................................S.......SI ....... ever knocked at the door. The cornet i, i
; thing was to scratch softly with
J NO MATTER WHAT YOU THINK !I IJ nail of the finger, whlih the th"I'
of the day kept extremely: long l '
was so rkht. in fact that It 1,1
1 quette
Renting in tIitay of neall.: L\tt"
Of Buying or
: said that the Duchesse de :\Iontllt'nsler[ II
i spent a quarter of her life In mental :
J BE IT A CABIN OR MANSION\ torture as to whether different ludivlduals -I

admitted to her presem-e were i : t Ofnd
2 It will l lit' to jour advantage to talk with us. Farm and Truck i. entitled to sit on chairs with backs or I $150,000I I IUhe..n.

Laud i ia one of our specialties only on stools. jflj .. .... tJ.I PunnlnK Uatrr and Long
In (he heart of n f iMlitipplng .1 .. I'hunc in all kuomI .,
I A Fine Pair. .i i( .,('l.trIIt., ,I..", ,.... i I I., "'II' I'" "1111 I t"
Eli ull and ti uI.nnK > I. .. .., .
i S DAYTON I "What <..V> you think of the two can j: fJ I ilUlanci phon \ r ', ,, I II I' i.r.l-
NORMAN ., :: S "' t | "
,. IJtteol.skl'l.1 one elector of another !I :L !i (Hampl' 10 Ito"'Ulh Tourl I.' I&'S"'. t .'"," 'Iuilrr. .. I : ...- l.t I II'" "F'I'' 1I1I1I.U1'i"II'. rniuouK I'hu"jf It.IniliiiiiN .......
f l i 1.1': S
during: a recent contest. T'aile Euri.pvan nI _, -I I I r *. mi-. si.i < lll llu"VUCIintock
"\'hnti I thluk of thiniV thereply. 0E >rt1ay and ul'| 1'"rr'I.i iICllHl - -
) was
Real Estate Building i I lO.kiei.PEIIKINS i & hayfield, ivp.i .
i Lumber \\i-Il. when' I look ut them hOTEL CO. i'roprIeIr. !

:...................................................: In.I'm"-thtnkful London Telegraph only one of them can get s.I.SI 4 SS-O_.. S SS
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Through: Her Head.

i-- "Busby gets out of all! patience with t....................NM.-.o..MM..1
ii Ii \ his wife lie says she can't get a thing

i A through"1 hat's her funny head. lie told me every i XOMIXATION BLANK I

thing be said to her went In one ear
i Wo will sell }ou a furnished house', with steam heat electric and out of the other" HI'SI: ''- SAFFOU1) CX ).

1 lights three bath rooms ; modern in every way; gxnl location for Hot Water. 1>I.(4 X )NTKST I

t i !9000) (), and rent it for jon for five year, so that it will pay you 7 per 1. Hyker-Troubled with IndIgestion.. THIS OLIo>\ hen
. eh? You should drink a cup of hot water prupcrty hued utltnumwtr.
1 cent net ab. vc taxes insurance and repairs. : every morning; Pyker-I do. but I Min't, .
they call It coffee at my boarding II

7 i CONRAD REAL ESTATE COMPANY i io i house.-London Express: I i > 6 A' AddressSend I

The collection of coins and medals In -. this Blank to Th I CJa/ette-Ncws
the British museum consists of orer & ..
w -Bre ki/a il. .

fc .p.uii.......................... ........... I 250.000:: specimen- - -- - - .- - 1

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r s r aj in state .. t Ketton Bread,ble .............-...:;-........................ 630IU too 110 4es S7HAISNE 1 ;" Special &;. -
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Mountain 3 : 480 ,
'* GUARANTEEDSAVELL CorDWb".qtL. ........... ... ..... .. V TW J60 t ;I be rheerfully
; PRICES.BEASOKABLE AND WORK I 0141 XXX>1at1l1 YellowOora.oU.......r.U... .... ............ ....... 265 315IN SOD TWco 96* t-.o 40 ts. T SI I t l rite 1a sts'ivill.
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*m. kflTthat Tom' Evans .as sure Where to Go and 1 1I SEE OUR LINE

I AMUSEMENTS What to See.-.-. :
tor'Tes u"JaqneUne burst Into a merry laugh.

_.J I I _ .rtlTTIf/% : LADIES'' ANDSweaters.
Queer English Laws."No II 1' #
JUnrrirM Press JUwv-. ever can I I ...
: 'ICoP7rla"t... MM. by cUtlon. statute law of England WllMANS mm MUVINfi __
soldiers be obsolete," a llgal Journal says CRYSTAL
Half a dozen United Staten "Once enacted It continues In binding

were their titling pIpes In t and circle talking to Cuba several of .home mokfo of- force If web until repealed be really the case there HOUSE I ICTURE SHOW .

,They were all young behind ought[ to be some lively times ahead S THEATRE f/
them bad left sweethearts for several classes of the community ;:

them..bat action The conversation tbee sweethearts turned who might cam upon For to say Instance to the act what which will builders penalizes bar any SEABREEZE TO-NIGHT! The. styles are the latest, and a gremany -

with regard to a loner TO-NIGHT!
take person who erects a house without attaching Having taken over the managementot '
back them minus an arm. a leg. an to It at least four acres of wilman Opera House the under styles to show you.:

: eye Or any'other. member. land? This was one of "good Queen The ncaattful Play entitledDevil. signed beg. to announce that no effort Worth I exclusive ...
Evans Well
aald Sergeant Tom the beat talent \Utracth Pictures
"Bm,. Bess' laws, and It has oust certainly: will he pared to engage i
to Corporal McGee "what do your obtainable. The aim I* to give only high .
,think Jaqnellne would do U yon went never been repealed.0 statute which "The class entertainments at popular pric.a.In Seeing: I I
another unrepealed
back to her with all your front teeth By return I Invite the co-operation of Bush Safford Piano contest.
back to the first year of Bins b.Seabrt'tze /u the and
dates 8t'1I
Mauser bullet or Ifyoo'd the citizen ol 1)1111layloliS I II. We rive: votes
knocked out by a not more Sale of The Uniform. I.
BOIler"Don't lames r. It Is enacted that For The and all on both sides af the
wax Nelson
a and ,
bare to sport
be charged for a HlxraltalrouaEe 3ans -
know." replied UcGeethoughtfully than a penny may Unselfish Guest"Pretty slyer,support my effort hy" tIi
old ale nor more than "An presented
time taking quart of the best : when playa are II .
a at the same
a halfpenny for a like quantity of Illustrated Hong entitled It dill give me pleasure) add new -D
l several quick puffs on bU pipe. for cub Infraction and stage effects U rapid: M
beer. The penalty scenery
"If I were ODe of yon fellows waiting pur- of t< e act Is 20 shillings .so There Never Was a Girl Like You, return ..lll arrant aud make the. 1 M. B. AULTMANi :
shed Evans "who hare girls rigidly euf.>ntIt theatre the prided the nelgbboihoodCll ight Ii
for yon I'd go home disfigured just that would If not It need were apparently, a Iktiiblu I5j our Baritone Bin iff rMB F. nUlunl.\s. .. .. i

n for a test. Thea. again. II
asked bill to ruin the brewers. ; i
do thatf
McGee"How would evidently yon Interested In the a Catholic owning a horse Is IeiJl Good Music by Crystal Ceming Attractions: i 2 Beach Streel ,
ly obliged to sell It for !:5 to ttuybidywho i II phone
proposition. chooses to offer that sum for i Orchestra, THE PICKERTS-\Veek Dec. 28 Show Every Night. l
x "Oh, easy enough. A green patch lL-1 .
over an eye or a leg doubled up with London Graphic. W. W WOODS, Director.
MINSTRELS- 11.I 11.-------
the knee In a wooden peg would do

the"Evan Beggars practice thosething The The oldest First known Mourning letter Paper.written on GET( SEATS EARLY January 12 Vdmission 10 cents.

every and McGee were romans and black edged note paper aa a sign of Doors open at 7 00: p. in.

as soon as they were alone together mourning appears to be one dated Jan 1I MIWION MABEL PAK1E-Week ending-

the latter said: 5. 1683. In Addlson'a comedy of "The Children 10 cts. Adults 15 cts. January e niplele change of program each night I
Drummer," 1715. reference U male to I
mind to try what you
I've a I
said about mutilation on Jaqnellne the fashion In the words. "My lady's J., --. -

when I return." I mourning paper that Is blacked at the : ;rt'ln AND POOL.
"Good for you! You'll know then edges A few years BOWLING ALLEY. s)
noble girl or simply say who died In IToS. speaks In cue *' andnollr'lsttr
she's true Fruit
whether a
Grape ,
of his of "the sable bordereJ I rouUth'!! .\ 'Uptllll" that fxblltnruttlig pleasunt
fellow to give poems
her a looking home."out for a 1 sheet" as a messenger of sorrow The Imloor most gnnie popular for I: Tangerines... .. .. uiiU helpful \
writing from Italy to Horn e rli'HII and rlilit-no stair or rust
80 It was arranged that when they Mann .
returned Evans should BO to Miss Walpole In 1745, says that it was universally BOX TRADE FRUITS CANDIES & TOBACCO af rA
Thatcher and announce the melancholy used In Florence at that time. IACIES AND GENTLEMEN. SOLICITED uV.X,0' vr8. !fi'
ti Italian (
of this
that her lover had lost his The superior elegance on tin ilUeProp.
news margin of < Afternoon and evening GEORGE H. MUNROE ... .
left arm In battle and carry a release note paper with Its narrow In for a go l timel.r

from her engagement on the part of black explains Its ready acceptance In I u6 S. RIDOh\VOOl QUOMER AM AVfc) SHIPPER Dayton. IUfr :.\t'II HTUrrT: : 1'.I.\I>>.Uo'.
where It superseded t'ie p't'U HTKr:FT
her fiance. If she desired to am him this country \O. ii. Kws'
be was to go to her with his left arm quarto sheet with a black border sorie I- -- -
twisted la the small of his back, an times a quarter of an Inch wide In I I

: empty sleeve and a military cape this way It probably gave an InipetiH I ........N...I N.... *.. % j
mistake to .
r to the fashion. But It Is a :
thrown over
Well the war ended-all wars end suppose as some have: done that the Il t OPEN FOR : A NEGRO
from Italy-' .
some time and the cousins went borne fashion was Introduced c l
safe and sound. Evans carried the London Answers. l | APPOINTMENTS I : rc
message and came back with the welcome CAUGHT INRUNAIVAY.
Information that Jaquellne would Caught Alive.A |! For Thursday.
love Billy Just as well without the New Yorker, a big came hunter

arm as with It, even more. of many years' experience, was lion. l\tlll a :
lIe had excellent -- i
"Goodexclaimed Billy enthusiastically. shooting In Uganda '
Y **I knew she was true blue.There's luck. Nearly every day he posedIn t
attitude beside a I i Ha\i sitting mule railvS ...
this complacent
no use now of keeping up. a Jour s j .
killed lion and his photographer Cary D. Landis, of nel.and +
I'll go to her with two arms freshly Attorney
"And make her so mad she'll cast anapped him for the magazines is in the city."r i FORiCHRISTMAS i iIii (jets Pretty Badly Used Up AndIs

off. You'll have to play the one I
yon armed soldier till after you're married One afternoon the photographer **We arc giving ftee $;50 worth 1 i Carried To a Phycianfor
L or at least the Invitations are outBut who was taking a nap In the hut was; of ware at our store next weeV Seeadvertisement 1 Iii
since you were to be married as awakened by a loud noise lie rose in Gazette.News for 1 PHOTOS : Repairs.

soon as yon reached home that won't and looked out Sprinting toward him particulars.: lira. rimlir U. .u"-.a._Mnrria. iiaru. I -
hat and coattails : .
from the Jungle gone
matter.Now there Is this about men-ID i flying, came hU chief, and. with ware Company. a .. Ml[ BEGAN B[ (t RIDGEWOOD[ AYE.A .

any serious matter connected with a terrible roars and growls, a huge lion ,J. E. Glass and daughters, the GENERAL JOSE MIGUEL GOMEZ.

woman they will stand by one another bounded at his heels. Misses! Mattie and Josephine, of We have the ni< !st j: .

even to the most nefarious lie. But In The photographer gazed spellboundat Minneapolis, Minn, arrived Thurs- : beautiful good: .lor : negro driver for J. L. } The president elect of Cuba i* forty.lUe years old and a native of SaaU '
picture i ia
matters that are not serious the man the strange and exciting shouted: day and are guests of the Ivy I Lane. Christina I'rf''I'nts Port Oran gt grocery store: Lad a close Clara province lie won hU military rank In the revolution of 1SOM: la
will Invariably stand by the woman. Ills chief perceiving him. Glass personal friendof offered l the peo i: which he became dMxi| (vlmmauder In 8.11I1Clam.. In that command be
Ir. ever
quick Open the door fnn ) IH a call for 1m life about noon Friday by
When McGee entered the room "Quick I bore the brunt of the fighting a tlnst CZewrilWyIcr.. He was elected I
home andsa Paine, of of Ii\t him W, IHodgett: pie
him he George! I'm bringing mixed in It is not
,. where Jaquellne awaited I being! up a runaway. member of the Cuban assembly at the tloe of the SiMnUh-Atnerican mar.
her with her handkerchief to silver'-Washington Star Ilidgewood a\enue what started the but it la
found known race
I! and the American pnnlnkuia! got mior utKQneiitljr apiwintetl him governorof
her eyes evidently weeping; for his Spoiling a Tragedy."If A pleasant partconsioling ofViss i thought thi unhitching of one end of Santa Clara.
She threw her arms
misfortune. said desperately of and tin trace is responsible for the mishap.
don't marry me be Mtrtha Brown, thisvity: ,
about his neck and sobbed on you
"t Messrs.Jerome and I Th horse made a s\ ila dash up Ridge
shoulder. Then suddenly disengaging "I shall kill myself Jli*s Helen Dur man and i Art Store .
,. herself, she exclaimed: "Aud write a note telling all about and Leo Burgman and B BBapgett ; i wood and I out Cottage avenue, leavingthe : !

J f>' ""Oh Billy did I hurt your poor Itr queried the maid. : of eabreeze. assembled at I : Photo Studio. : I wagon, driver most of the harness .+e.NNO.o.NN.N ,

t arm r "Yes." .In your I. M Mabbett's,on Palmetto avenue, :s.aNNaa.........NH ;I, b 'hindI r&d-G;; 1
"And hold my photograph I
t "No. replied Billy lucubriouslv one evening recently. It was caught on Cottage axenueby CompanyMANUFACTUBFRS
(\ "Yon know It's gone. I thought your other hand I I \\ in. Fox of the His h\erj. The negro :
: wouldn't want me with nothing but "I had thought about It" I Owing to the ba,1,1 weather, the I I wa picked and given medical attention OF

one arm and a stump to fold you in." "Well, Just wait a minute she for said!' meeting of the various committees i: Hubert larlintr. tlief if" the IWpland. I and is up not thought to be seriouslyhurt t Rough and Dressed Cypress Lumber, I

"Billy, how could you think that! "and I'll borrow be pa's romantic pistol you I from this city, Port Orange, Holly and trew arrived Thursday. ,, : Lath, Shingles Pouring! Ceiling, Brick. lime and Cement in Stock.

When you went to the war dldn I My but won't faded It Hill and Ormond in regard: to the : )Ir. Jading, who is from IU>->t >nheld ,. Ottll"t"IIJ1"lInt..; litHtljiast: Rallwnyat"I Onium- Vnu
of be 'I.
give yon the ring with your coat But i i
I arms on the seal, and dldn you put I drainage plan for the hammock land the stint po.iti"l1 at this p"pti- 1 Vor Mt 1 '('all's paper patterns go Phone ** R. JMALBY.. Manager.

i t It on the little finger of your left hand Assume In adversity a countenanceof did not take place Thursday night lar hotel last wuiiti! to the I'ha>>. I E. Gardiner Co NN.............................................NNI

,j,. and swear to wear It there till your prosperity and In prosperity moderate a i scheduled.
thy temner. ._LJrv... --
r return If you have kept your oath ------ -

that Is all I require of )'00. Did you I M1 v N'i< n r'r'"I''IAII\' l. rP..lirr rrr ''rNrN/cvmNffl.WNNNW"NHr'VNH"lN' r.i iitYr't
f MmmwwAVMmw .
.. bring back the ring DUly, dearr /.V'.WN'r..r. i r i
} Here was a situation. Tom Ktans '
bad foreseen that the ring must hate CONRAD GROCERY
4 K, been shot away with the arm. lie SPECIALTIES err,
told his cousin that If be bad It on hit
finger during his Interview with his 'n _._ n _. ___ .n'
n -
i fiancee. he lie would suggested probably that get Billy Into let aCornet. fl R DAILY\ JURhET! POTATIONS:

bid wear the ring for a awhile and Billy I .lrmuur M,ir Hani I .. ... .. .. .. 17c THE '

.. consented. In tremulous ARMOUR'SStar I'M meaked : .: ::::: : ::: :12ic NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY'S I
"The ring said Billy a :: :: :
> Ham ......... ... . .. .. He
the hardest part
voice "that was
I the Strip Bacon .................. IS I3, and .sC'. K'
;, It. It went with arm
i "Poor fellow r Armour 8 Simon Pure Lard in pails,
; t I
1 t, Billy forced out a couple of tears 31bsi5r .'. !Ib88.'ie..IOIbsI.GOI CAKES AND M:

I: r "Do you know. Billy, dear," said Armour Sliced star Hum! in turn,... :HOc :;

':I the girl encouragingly, "that there Ua Hams and Bacon Elgin; Itutter. teat print...". ........... SSe. i ::

? good spirit which takes care of OH June Sturaje Butter in print+......... S3c.: i CRACKERSEXCEL w.

lovers." Pride Heo) in rolls .......................... fie i[ ::
said "1 uo er heard of It' :
"No"There, U.Billy And when that h. rrl.l E;gs. frexh............. .......... ............ 40e -.

N s arm Fox River Eggs ........................ 3Sr. i '
+ cannon ball took off jour IIO'r Pure Lard! in Pails I
I the good spirit caught the ring. pulledIt Simon i storage Eggs ... ..... ...................... 35e I ALL R..

: .............. OTHERS .
I off the poor dead finger and brought :\. l'. state: Cri am Oieeae" 20fKngliIi I
It to me." Walnut,. t n.... ntw crop..... 20r. ::

t : "What do you Ule-au1'- exclaimed IU1ly. | --- Brazil ............ ..... .' ......... .. ............ 20e.lriK.nd I :.

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mean what I say This: loser. | A feof the Imported I Goods SCUDDER' Nuts ......... :' ........................ \ Ks

friend tij tug on the ulnj-s of tlu nn dcrosttd I G.nilalNcuna......' ..............,......-. 25c !i :

the gulf of MeiU-o when and It'n DMT* fj we have in stock: } f jirce rpf'sn:6...................... 4fe I -,
II Ing asleep northward slipped one the night rluj on my own ; SYRUP U P ?:i. Ut- 1 \liiioads' . ::.. .. .: .tae.... $ far cat. i ;:
when 1 I I.ucca and Ilo i.r.OI01; MAPLE P : : : :: } 23e
finger There I found 2J i urrr.t. .. .............. 2 for Tae. DRINK :
y awoVe." I =2 1.. A. !I'me's. String Beans, Lima Ikrans and TxtraJJ \I.lla, a ('luittrI : RaWns..2 end 20c.15c.. i ALarge
:. McGee started. rsapnnted. .tb le. ::
"Jack you muffins, what are yougiving =: Asparagus A TABLE DELICACYUNSURPASSED Apnrut..aches':....... ........::::::::::.:::::::::.- :

mef 5 erne's Brand Mushrooms, IV'ar* ........... .. ........... ..... ........... :..5cJr. -. ; .:
I Ieru.gP+ ...... .................. perdou-n .. ; ::
I "The ring"She ( Gray's Chutney. I [ : ... ... ...each 5c.Ppl13 ;
held up her band and there on ; grapefruit i ...... ::: :::: .::::::::::::. prr; p fc GOc.I T ::

the forefinger was the signet. 5 Crosse & BlackvscH's Line of Pickks) &.C., !Pints 11' (.lass . .. ...... .......">0c. ttiK-e, Ila.dN.h. (Iref-n Onions Tarn ETLEY'S i T E A :sI s-;
111 be"- ; .. ........... :
"Well. 1s- all Clan .. .. ... .....50< ts pinath all >c bunch : w
There was confusion worse confounded I' v The above are in glass.! Quarts in ... ...... ..... .., Ito-H* ............................... ..... .">c. bunchy M,
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In McCee's brain. For a few moments hj and Ineapple Cheese, Sar- Quarts! in Tin. .H. < natuP" ..........<.. a I Mart w a,
sort Of mental llaralyals kept i I "y We also have SNMSS Half I (salsa I in Tin.. ... .............,01. I'm-" ..... ... .. .. ...' ....10 and 15*.. each y.

him from a forming any opinion as to: 2 dines and many other items. t,lung, in Tin.... ...............11.30 Cranberries .......... ........ ........I5c. quart I' w.N...:

'' how the ring got Into his girl's poasesalon. -:I r : :
When an Idea finally came It Wmnm JAIMWNMWmAWNNNvammNmMW1vwmMWmNYM Y-
,casa 1J St ft hidden WWWWWNWS&H

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