A quiet 4th of July in 1913
QUIET FOURTH HERE Today, Independence day, will be a quiet occasion in New Smyrna, no tpeeial celebration'having been prepared prepared for the people of this city. In a quiet way. however, (be ipirtt at ttie notional holiday will be displayed displayed by the citizen* in racial gathering*, gathering*, family outing* and picnic* at varlon* place* in and around the city. Practically all business place* will be closed for the day that pro- prietor* and employe* may enjoy the holiday. Many of the ettliea* of New Smyrna Smyrna and vicinity have accepted in- Tltatlooi to participate la celebration! eliewhere and thl* city will be well repreieated in Sanford. TlturtUe and Oaytona, which cities have arranged arranged good programs for the day'* celebration, some:of the people Journeying to clue* and town* father! hway to Join with friend* and relative* relative* In observing the holiday occasion. occasion. So far as Sew Smyrna Is concerned concerned the only patriotic celebration will be the patriotic ball to be given by the local organisation of the United Daughters of the Confederacy In Doha** hall tonight Thl* affair .will undoubtedly be attended by a large crowd.