Local Happenings

THE DELAND Weekly News  
 Jan 01, 1904  pg2
Card of Thanks
  Miss Bessie Coulter requests
THE NEWS to thank the many friends who voted for her and awarded her the watch in the contest for "The Most Popular Young Lady Attending the
DeLand Public School". their friend-
ship and help is most highly appreciated.
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THE DELAND Weekly News
Jan 01, 1904 p2

How to Make Christmas Tree Fairies
  Dancing Christmas Fairies always enhance the childen's delight in the Christmas tree and once made can be used year after year.  Buy a dozen or more five and ten cent dolls and to add to the variety have among the number some Japanese and colored dolls.  Dress  these to represent fairies in bright hues of spangled gauze, tarlatan or tissue paper and  liberally sprinkle their hair and gaments with diamond dust powder.  Each doll should be provided with a dainty pair of
fairy wings made from spangled tissue  paper and fastened to the body by means of concealed wires.  These wire should be coiled to obtain motion in the wings.
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The Daytona gazette=news 
October 28, 1905 p. 3

 W. G. Nash has been down to
Melbourne this week on business.

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Mr. and Mrs. J. R. La Sha of
North Beach street, are  enter- taining Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Brown of Tifton, Ga.

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Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Burden
arrived from Joilet, Ill. Monday
night and re occupying their home
on Magnolia Ave.

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Geo. E. Sebring, of Sebring, Ohio,will make a short visit to Daytona about November 5th in order to secure a winter home.

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Mr and Mrs. C. R. Oliver and
family arrived Monday, afer a
pleasant summer spent at Rahway,N. J., their usual summer domicile.

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Miss Grace Bingham returned
Friday evening of last week from
Asheville, North Carolina, where
she has been spending time.

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Mrs. Asa Paine and daughters, accompanied by Erwin Folsom, who will be Mr. Paine’s chauffeur will arrive in Daytona about Nov. 3rd.

The Daytona Gazette-News
October 28, 1905 p. 3

Mr. Oyama, the proprietor of
the Japanese store on Beech Street,
accompanied by his wife, arrived
Monday.   Mr. Oyama is a nephew
of the noted Japanese general bear-
ing the same name.

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E. D. Langworthy was a passen-
ger on the north bound train Sunday
enroute to New York and Boston,
where he goes to arrange for help
for the Ridgewood Hotel during the
coming season.  He expects to re-
turn to Daytona in the course of
thirty days.

 

J. F. Henkell, the jovial repre-
sentative of the National Lead Co.,
with headquarters in New York, has
been spending a few days in Day-
tona.  Mr. Henkell came her Fri-
day of last week, expecting to leave
the same day, but he was so impress-
sed with the beauties of Daytona that
he did not take his departure until Tuesday.

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J. L. Roberts killed two large
bear near Number Nine last 
Sunday.

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H. T. McClellan was among 
the Daytonians who visited Jacksonville last Saturday.

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D. B. Matthews arrived Thursday, and will act as steward at the Colonades 
this winter.

J. L. Roberts killed two large
bear near Number Nine last 
Sunday.

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H. T. McClellan was among 
the Daytonians who visited Jacksonville last Saturday.

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D. B. Matthews arrived Thursday, and will act as steward at the Colonades this winter.

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H. T. McClellan was among 
the Daytonians who visited Jacksonville last Saturday.


The Daytona gazette-news October 28, 1905 p. 3

Capt. C. H. Spencer has been confined to his bed this week  by illness, but is improving.

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Leonard Gill launched his new boat
Wednesday. He will use it for
Cruising this winter.

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