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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: February 21, 1911
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00222
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Except Sunday Daring: December. January, February and March at the Prettiest "inter Resort in Florid.1.



lr new line of I 1, t,' Sixth Season-No. 70 DAYTONA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1911 15 Cents per WeeL.

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: !' ..!...... Milk KIn.ono. I RED HOT SALEto W. WRIGHT :: :: DR. BOflt t"Ors MTU and SWIM[ RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies Stationerand Havana Smokers

I I First Avenue Daytona, Kla. PRICES Books
: Reduce Stockat Painting TW"lIt\ .--X I-:''ru.'. airy ruo,,,-.. n"'w1 l\ Only first quality: well cared tobacco -
Paper Hanging furnUht-il lIIIlti fin. d l throughout will I I I'I i'i IKu.;, ?,,ii I t.i.IM, it ''MM Ki'-int., I I GEO. H. CLARK used iri
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dinerCo. I II II hO"IItal"UII\'lIh'IIl.| ! Thnrul1h.! I I., t I I'- K. Will' .I It'U,'\\-l" .
: WALLACES'ENTHUSIASTIC 219 MAGNOLIA Decorating AVENUE 1 Iv.-ul'jH-U|>.- ins aililrf--(room on.cioiKltl Waterman Fountain Pens News- Vet Cave. Manufacturer

Phone iHi! C. C. BOH\ NO'I1/ M. I D. L. H. ROWE & CO. Papers and Periodicals Daytona, Florida

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..I.11.eu........-t-.; MEETING OF BOARD OF TRADE; AMERICANSARE


me Grown Mr $ Mrs Hunter _
t I Bargain


(Produce .... t- .. MANY IMPORTANT SUBJECTS ARE DISCUSSED. JOINING JflINSURRECTOS. l

something t that will put you "on the I run.
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I A good five-gallon can, galvanized,

st4e., ... ..: [: fREE[ [ DELIVERY{ { IN I DAYTONA I IEMBERSUIP isM 6ROWI I.II G Jy ; DEMAND I MADE fOR CHANGE I for 93c. as long as thy last.Ve are pump overstocked, hence the


[nits and Vegetables :." f IF ORDINANCE IS ENFORCED. [ y MEMBERS{ { ARE[ ADDED.{ I IN t am I 1 1I S AT DEPOT. cut. Original price 51.50.GRUBERMORRIS. ,


Alwas Fresh : I ffiICO[ MAY Y ENTER i PROTEST

,'" MOVEMENT IS STARTED FOR A ORGANIZATION HAS GROWN RAP. BOARD OF TRADE TO ASK STATE
HARDWARE CO.

r. Ball & Son : fr CHANGE IN METHOD OF HANDLING I IDLY SINCE IT WAS FIRST I RAILROAD COMMISSION TO TO THE B. S. GOVER jJENT.I
"H You Don't, Trade With Us We Both Lose Money." t,

37 North Beach St. 'Phone 55 : .. MAIL FROM THE DAY. FORMED LESS THAN A MONTH COME HERE FOR THOROUGH _.

[.............11...I*: TONA POSTOFFICE.It AGO. INVESTIGATION.A --- - --- -- ------. ---- ---.--. - -- --- ---- ----- CARRYING ARMS OVER BORDER

AND ENLISTING IN RANKS OF
[ is likely that free deliveryof In less than one month the Daytona clwuut;: .11 conditions, ts to sanitation I
SHAFFNEReal COLD HAVE GOOD ROADSARE REVOLUTIONISTS: BATTLE IS
mail will be established! : in Daytonaby board of trade nan grown froma aim aowodaticts, at tilt f

| Estate andInsurance the first of next July if the movement I helpless! gasping bale to the largest Florida Cast Coast dei-ot is to be demanded I! EXPECTED SOON. I

r", started at the regular meeting I strongest. and most enthusiastic :: by the Daytona Loal <>:: i j .
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HITS SOUTH CVLUXICO. CaL. Feb. :l-It: I
Ire I of the board of trade: Monday event organization of business men and citIzens ; trade and the demand is to be carried ; NEEDED ,I t
f.t.d that
a number ofmt'rkall" f
In?, is carried to a successful cut in the history of the city. : to the Florida: ; state railrtadcommission. 1:
[22 South 1 l.uve t .kln arm across the buid"rand
Beach Street f I It :
initiation. At the first mass meeting calved!

t The lack of adequate' facilities for at the city hall the evening of January The conditions existing: ; at the depot MORE FROST. IN : : :.:l. jonng: : the RevoluUou t :u t '
I flORIDA.
,-- b' . handling the mail and insufficient I -'." for the purpose of organizingthe I in this city and the efforts that : :I. 'x l'O.

V roam for the accommodation of the new civic society 40 businessmen have been made to sec'uie impnnements -
A battle is expected soon near
t people at the Daytona postoffice at | and citizens signed the roll of I I in the pact were thoroughly --- --
the present time nan the subject of those who deferied to become discussed': at the regular: meeting or t tI ; ).Mexicana where the Rebels! are
EXPECT[ FREEZE TOIHTIS "
: a heated discussion: among the mem-I bers of the chic organization mem-I I the board of trade at the session I PRO l IINENT I nt rl( rl. MAN I ;i! tronglv entrenched and where their

bers of the board, during which it'' had for its primary object the held in the Elks hall :Monday evening I I' forces have been increasing recently.

,, was brought out that free delivery of ing of the city of Daytona and the and the discussion: : resulted in PARTS OF THIS STATE. I HERE" FOR fflVBIHTIOil, I| A formal protest may be made by

i mail can be established here br'the !' bettering of all 1 1/CJJ: conditions. an action by which an imitation will'i the Mexican government to the United -

i i. first c/f/ next July if all the housed!j. Since that time a number of naims. be sent to the members of the state States authorities at Washington

LDREN'S EYESe ,I are properly numbered and all street''! has been added to the list of members railroad commission to come here ;, TEMPERATURE LAST NIGHT LOW SAYS THOUSANDS JF WINTER I against the large number of I persona

4 I marked. at once and in\'e:>tigate. I from California have
too carefully safeguarded. I t corners j''I and the climax wan reached at ENOUGH TO FORM ICE IN I II who : recently
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It was stated that pcstoffice in- the mettingIonday: evening whena The investigation will be along the VISITORS WOULD BE ADDED TO joined the Revolutionists.
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thai e but one pair to last 'f'
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spectors who have been sent here !I list of lot applications for membership lines of sanitary conditions of the depot NORTHERN PARTS OF GEORGIA Suffering with Cold-
If there are indications PRESENT NU.VBER WITH BETTER
Ing with child to investigate conditions-: during the was handed in by LSenford Deacon as a public building and the ac- EL PASO. Tex. Feb. :21: -:Military
wrong your AND ALABAMA. I
Ig him or her aatl I will fit i' rush seasons, just such conditions as' and all were voted in as members ('ollllllodat out) offered the public by: ROAD operatiore are being carried oa by

Lh Glasses to correct the exist at the present time have all' of the new organization. This the railroad, as well as the lighting.l I ATLANTA, Ga., Feb. 21-Ice was both sides: across the Mexican, border

I favored free delivery of mail for I brings the total membership to 1C7 precautions for safety etc. I 'I Fred F. Smith a retired manufacturer at Standstill. Hoth the Revolutionists -
If medical treatment ia neewill formed in northern Georgia and Alabama -I New and
of
: con'I! and with good prospects that the The consensus of opinion as expressed Uridgeton. Jersey, and Federals: are kept busy
i tell you so. this morning, but the high I enthusiast the of
by the membejs of the board an on subject good
total membership will ''be much larger I I trying to keep warm in the severe
eville H. Clark ed States postal officials as soon as1 I b)' the time of the next meeting.A in discussion ot the subject i is:; that winds probably prevented a frost and I roads has been spending! several !! blizzard which i h* sweeping the aouth.-
hat ceased to be airtue 'days!' in Daytona investigating the :
patience fruit
all houses are numbered. I communication was read Iroin saved; the The mercury went west today.
and that waiting for onii.es to be 'j condition of road in this vicinity in'' I
' Optometrist This Je said to have been tlu.'imotive I the residents of Ponce Park stating pi down to :26: degrees above at this : orI I
made and carried out is than (connection with a general study
worse
ordinance passed
back of the :
i that a petition !it> being sent to the '
r the Sign of the EYE. some time ago requiring that all, Volusia countycoinmissioners asking useless. In this matter the offi 'iaL' point. ,! the question of good roads in Florida CHINESE .

buildings in the city be numbered. that the road started some time ago of the I Kast: Coast: railroad are to be The prediction of the weather bureau :Mr. Smith i i" a member of the I

but which ordinance has never been :' down the peninsula to Ponce Park I ignored by the board of trade and is for a drop to :20: degrees to- board of managers* of the A. A. A..

strictly enforced. I the demand will be carried straightto night with a severe frost and the I' president of the Cumberland Count
from Daytona be completed and asking
It stated.in the board: of trade the state railroad: commission a J t Automobile Assoctaton: and pre: :' 1 YIELD TO 1
: EN GOODSx. was that the Daytona boird of trade I fruit will be in danger.: The indica- i

meeting by Postmaster W. C. Smith endorse the movement. This endorsement body of men working for and paid bj ions thtfie '/e will extend almost .. ,holds: ,
are
and others who have been given such was given by the board the state to interpret the rights; ol association. As a representative; H: i
and to Key \\"p""t. the board of managers of tie A. A. I
-x.---= that promises have been the people and the railroads protect _
assurances : and the secretary instructed to so
-- :' Ttu -- I ,\. he is making a trip over the: pru.1
given that free delivery or- mail will' inform the Ponce Park committee the interests of both alike. I RUSSIANS.WAR

[ carrying a complete be established; in this! city as soon'' and the board of county commissioners. state railroad commission! will III'! ........+.....+......NN.i . ixa&'d automobile route from ..la'k'isom'iIlt' .
: asked here for investigation? down the Ka- Coast te> i :i>
to come

f Green Groceries, in- have ae the been provisions fully complied of this with.ordinance| Henford. Deacon was given a rising at once that the board of trade, Citizens I DAILY STOCK MARKET REPORT :. :. tona, across to lJ LlI1.l; l, south as .;.f.1 I II _

A motion, made ,by; Major Henry vote of thanks for his work in of I Dajtona and travelers nay .......................... : IS Dartow southwest to Tampa ant1! CLOUDS STILL HAM I a-
how them conditions they existat t I IXI back to Jacksonville.
the as
Titus, was passed instructing
increasing the membership of the" -;\\" YORK. Feb. :1'I.! -St He Ls touch with the
this time, during the rush of the thoroughly in I 1
president of the board to appoint a .
den Wax Beans board. 1 OVER THE ORIENT TODAY.
the councilto tourist season.During fairly actinw il h email changes to situations as regards roads in all
committee to request city
The commute-- on streets reported
I day. The Gould group was strong parts of the United States and a'
hate this the discussion it was suggested / Ath
instruct the major to
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that the new benches have Lt't I1.IJlat'd ,
Beans and hi lH'r. Cotton was easier ands :
reen
this time i is particularly interested in
the matter lust be taken up ,
ordinance enforced and this: requestwill }
in the river front parkauuand RUSSIA AND JAPAN MOVING t t
to 12c:; lower cables
( on easy good roads in Florida. because of tint
be made of the city council at with the executive ofHcia'e of theKast i
that they are being IIst..1 l everyday
CucumbersCauliflower
i. once.) : Mayor Titus gate the board: by the toiis-it>ts and visitors. Then : Coast: !; railroad, but instances i I .Iwn'lo.r large number of inquiries rt'c-eived b>' TROOPS TO MANCHURIAN "

such in were cited where the subject had NVw:' fork t''Vntral.. its "I'' I the American Automobile Association
assurance that as soon as "\v l"enh 's will be left in the park- tloi prrL.. ...... ......... .. .." ... ...II:! IIP." the roads in Florida FRONTIER ON PRETENSE OF I
structions are received from the age during; the remainder of the been submitted to these! oificials in I I'h..ntik't1/ho.. | : $ ....... . Ka H NatI I (concerning
l IA'hljh VtlllrV! 11.1 and the chances for driving
j : cars
council the ordinance will be en- winter seasi!: and will be gathered the part: with no results :N'orthrn-.; I riu-lllp . .. .157'I: :'4 1,1.! < I FIGHTING BUBONIC PLAGUE.
Tomatoes In this connection the board; of IN'iin.x Iviiiilii \\t: :. I through to this state and to various
forced all
to the letter and that : i
II)} painted and stored during the : :: ,1 : lg; !
tt'ad ;" : '
r houses will be numbered and all summer months. I II trade will also quest the SmlIIt'1'1IExpr'ss M4iiitln-rn Ors 1',,.-Ifle 'IPI !. : IH,'.. inter resorts here One ;of the ob- I PIIKIN.: China. Feb :.:1-\1thuUIIa; ,
Peppersare I street corners properly markexl. I I ': coinp.iiiv; (ffetablish; a down I"lIIon r.n-ltlf: .j 4,9'; '. in!,'.. : jeet of the visit of Mr. Smith hereat China has yielded to Russia in the I '
The stone and debris left in front 1 I'. M. H. C..III. Vilo .I
It was sta-tec that the reason tint of the new Merchants Hank buildinu: I Continued( ( on page four) I Ia |pr.-f M1 l: : II.1: this time is to ascertain just what international controversy over violations :

this hail __ _ the condition of the road,> is. of the commercial{ and t-!re:
ordinance been enforced
never on South Beach street will be removed !
Always Fresh. I Mr. Smith epeut several days in torial treaty, war clouds! are still i
was because ot the objection I
at oineA
I Je Jacksonville and several days: in St. hanging or the Orient today : h
raised ot the bu.--ine.men:
by some I petition( { signed by about 411(' winter i
to having free deliveryin the city. guests and a few rtbidentpro- ', HOLIDAY Y NOTICE. Augustine on his \\",1to, Uaytona He |I Both Itiwsia and Japan are movingtroo t P s

By the the ly found the! road from Jacksonville Nrl | s to the Manchurian frontier, i s
sentiment at
expressed I g
IDAYTONASTORAGE t'stingfainst a high board lence I St. ,Augustine> in fairly 1 good) .shal'.1 ('l l lUiol; more soldiers: are needed to
meeting of the board of trade :a large near the Oaks oil North Rideeunodavenue 0c'ol I
majority of the buineIllt'll laver Ii but a part of the road from St. ,Augustine fight the ravage of the IfuLonc( !
tabled.- t
was
CO. the free delivery and efforts will The secretary was instriu-fHj Uri I II i to Ormond was iulpassable: plague. I > it
for the machine in which he .as I t
now be directed toward securing notify the Palmetto Club that the II i '
JOHNSON, Mir, ) this concession from the United board of trade is now# thoroughly organized -.-IIUIIIIIWIIIIIII I driving and it was; found necessary CITY FIRE DEPARTMENT
States The ommiitee I I to I leave the car about seven niie-! IS CALLED OUT TODAY.
government. and ready to work hand in I
..appointed to make this request of hand with the civic department ot I I I north 0: Ormond.: An alarm ol finat :2'1.: I clock 1 / t
-- Won't in today and look I Mr. Smith: is of the opinion that t I a<
the city council is composed} of n.1 that club in the consideration of all you step I ti-! : afternoon ealleil out the ('ity01- ,r .&::
Foster G. II. Clark and II. II. civic questions. through 1 the very complete line of i I f a good: road can be built the. full unteer fire department to the residence t i t!'
I !! ..f the East ('oat, thousandsof
STRUCTO esne.. 1.e.1 The complete list of members of canned goods that we have just received Wednesday 22d length of E A. Bryant on South I''. f)" ad +r
February ,
I wi.nler'i.i.tors will >lit added t< t
the new board: of trade will be published ? You will find that you wild Ilidjjeviood avenue, where a spark: i Ji
the I numbers! which now visit this
in the I
Don't fail to visit the Gypsy tentat soon. being a Legal Holiday I from the chimney had started ablaze ,
want to have: some of these in your I 'i state and h.- i is hoping! the movement '
the carnival-fortunes guaranteed.Don't It was stated that since the question State of Florida, the MER- I in a shingle roof. The blaze I c'was ;(
larder for the There'snothing to have the roads in the varioucountieh -
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of keeping Beach street and the emergency. I I extinguished; before th* members:
CHANTS BANK will be ('an be improved and ion
like them for the quick of the fire department arrival with '
river front clean was taken up Lythe ];

;no board of trade this part of the meal. While here just take a lookat closed for business on that I netted to make a good continuous. the hoe cart No damage:; way don!'. :_
for the automobile
route : dnvej-
city has presented the cleanest appearance I - _u___ '
.." our vegetables.CONRAD day. All orders for currency, II _
in the history of the city. I CI :, f1 ., t

unks ; The street committed) reportedthat payrolls or transfers of money I BUSY DAY M I THE HOUSE CHURCH, Druggist J

the new lights have arrived and GROCERYCOMPANY should be made by Tuesday, I ) fHOME 37 ,'1".i'.'

Miss the Great nearly all have been placed in position Feb. 21st. PER RULE OF SPEAKER. rx7 Daytona Beach Street Florida. j 4 c

at various points along the ;,1sTiepins

main business part of the city. It food /:, th. BahuEverything/ y ;

97c.Razor.Sale. is expected the current in these I AMONG BILLS PASSED IS ONE f
If Ir"It..rt \Vtnn*\\tll call"Ub.- Dally!. t
lights: will be turned on tonight. \..ws office lwfor tomorrow nlsjtu !she Mil ESTABLISHING A BIOLOGICAL ,
tr .. .
ti> The sentiment of the board of I.( i>re4"" nt. il with two tt'-Lo-t.. to"r'''ital.
are STATION ON GULF COAST OF ?
; trade is against any effort to makean to be found in a
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This is an opportunity no extra bridge toll charge for persons 'PHONE 61.Daytona. I FLORIDA. first-class '. ,. I,. 4 i

crowing to the beach to witness __ __n______ WASHINGTON, Feb. 21 With '
.ranteed. man should miss.NANKIN extra or unusual attractions.The --- LodgeNo. I Speaker: Cannon again practical d.c! I Drug Store tat

next regular meeting rf the I
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1141e' MERCHANTSBANK tator of the house under the gags!;

S, The Druggist, board of trade will be held Monday B. P. 0. E. I rule rapid work, !t> being done L- dirpos.ng Prescriptions a Specialty. t! I I
hall. .I
evening March G, in the Elks .II I
AT THE VU\OE .1 I ;: of the accumulated! bill. Phone orders promptly I 11
--- : Meets Every Tuesday
-Where Volusia Meets Beach. Among ti.e bills passed today was; "
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Iluilding lots for sale" south sideLive r.J Evening. Visiting II attended to.
Telephone 69Ctint I ont establishing !iologIcal :;station
Oak r-treet.' east and west of Members Invited.
J Order for E. R. A. D. McBRIDE President G"'.. _I the ;tt" ofF
ti) *on thts store will I1rrseated railroad tracks. Conrad-Uullard Co T. E. Fitzgerald Vice'President I nIl the : Free Delivery. ;
1 Pete J. B. CONRAD.
Ho.Jott'r- h-wl" ran llt Ilalh''if' : Ceo. F. Crouch. Sec. .
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Newsoeice ;-
. i -fore tomorrow nl.;ht. t7l-6t-cod! F N. CONRAD Cash!.er j 'h' IIr

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: GEO. wRAT I III!r DELANO THE ATHENS; OF FLORIDA l


Dealer ia
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; PLkNOS and DELAND tie county seat of --.I

.. "..S r > 1JY1 P / VOLUSIA -, Volnsia County, STETSONUNIVERSITY
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/ 1 fI DrlP ffi'Z'v j COllcert Tuaer is situated 23 miles southwest of

@ P' ,Os FOR RE T 1 COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the lat-I }

: . "" fflf' ___ Atr ''rOraia
tel! \ BANK ter city by an excellent hard-surface DELAS. Jl'LA. us
j Four
/\11 / lEL.D.. FLA. road recently constructed.' Technica t'ol1t'gp. s 04 I and if"Jacksuu

At DeLand is located the John B. Equipment Hbool.l.o... lie.

III c.I.TO of the lead. Ing nearly "sti(),
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one
Stetson University tom110t
\ Endowment 01
$100,000SurpluS night
... ...._ < / ._ ( __ -::._;.;::;;-__ : 1\1. J. HOLMES'I Capital $50,000A. ing educational institutions of the faculty of 4V h pg)

Photic 77 for i . , ---...:.. : -' --=.. WOMAN.S SoJth. Because of the interest in I stro frssors tor,.and l.brbtlan In! .
1 -: but
I ICECREAM -n. -._ - _- =-_ :- EXCHANGE p. ;McBRIDE, matters educational DeLand is known npnfvctarl1Touching.
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; +;. __ ; :_ : IIn,1 flral tht" 1J1U..t Prt.l.nt\ For Ms \1 -
I Flori c" Information.
My qaantity.M2LLS1 .: --. ,- .- -v_ -= as "The Athens of I
.... ;f.i-t.JI.. .. ;. : -1 l.-.utl.cl..ath.ra:' address: P i
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il .T..cs r .- .L ,.. , - -t" '1.- tk-oll..rth.oot.; .. J. B.COSKAP. Stetson University ba.?a faculty of Lincoln Mrs A
.f.r. . t"llInlInl-tlllll"llI: \\PresIdent Huller, anatl
...?' ; ... .. kA' I 50 and instructors. There Ph. B.. Lttt.b.. ronto.
.; .7'.7'L : ,, I)>, professors
European _..:.._ ,' .2 2" ; H. A. 'Oti LL. D. spend the bajMr
J Restaurant .. r; !r JIiY! .t.. -: __-A CashIrDREKA'S i arc over $400,000 in buildings and Prt'sldt>n'J. and Mi.

... !I equipment; nearly $300,000 endow-
......(.)..................IS. By L. C. DEMAREE. f r - fact must be apparent to the most ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep- on First aveijDr !

L : One of Daytona's crowning glo-i fI I I superficial obs(>rn'r.Ith such lay' resenting an investment in building J.I.Attorney. PERKINS J C

HATS :: ties is her incomparable beach. Xo :, BUSINESS AND i Ub weiltb! of natural beauty it became DEPARTMENT endowment and books of more than Volusn Ave.Miss .]

: New Stock Just in atPeck's :I one who: hat ever set foot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS I an easy thing fOE the hand o: I STORE 120000. The library is the United

I racked sands one whoever ir-ati to give the finishing touches | Government for the andCunsellor
: House : smooth ; no States depository ttubvj

: Bargain I pedaled a bicycle over its ex.pan. 'which have wrought out the colors !j EVERYTHING!1I State of Florida, and contains over in St Lukejarrived
: 112 South Beach Street. 5
........................... ...: ; no one who ever drove a and outlines of the big picture. TO EAT. 15,000volnmes. Science Hall one at Law Sun]

prancing pair of horses and listened _-w- -)-L L ii.is'egsi.'e.'sIsR.uI.Ia :Man did all this in the laying out I vTO TOTJSEttodint.r WEAR' of th:newest of 16 buildings, with visit with h.

.....n.................... to the! popping of their steel shoes of: the streets: with tn "fr wide marginsof = its'furnishings, represents an outlayOf trude Ickes.
1 Will
: tING WAH-CBINESE LAUNDRY : upon its asphaltum-like face; no one .. ; parkage. The entire city becomes -Uoom 60000. Elizabeth Hall is one of State Practue In J. Holmes u i|
: 113 SO. BEACH ST.. 1I. YTOliA. FLA. It I and<
r)rfoll Hhlrts 11'Night !Hiilrt 10.. who ever steered a high-power automobile : E. S. HALL t I a grp. t park, with driveways inter- Elevator wrtwlUst the most beautiful college buildingsin FederalCourts this season.

: White Khtrts Id' Woo-n! Shirts HCheck down the broad stretch of stn.: miles: upon miles of drivewaYs Uooni South.
Hhlrts fc t"nd..r..blrts! K the .
'
.a S New foIblrt IS Ilra.t-ro. foe wave-washed and surf-packed sands E Architect and BuilderS : >o good as to attract motorist: I The city has a population of about "F> da* a

: Collars 8hlrt8C'0Ilur or Cuffs S1 1&.oeks.prpsr Handkfrohfcfg: 3 a bu realized that it Js a world beater S JIIM! Palmetto \,.-. I 'I from all] over the continent. G. A. DREKA & CO. with thickly settled country t-ltsk. \J) -sa .
IiKLANli. FI \. 3,500, a PELAXD FLA.I . .
Ladles! clothes aU-orres.poixllngprU-- world-wonder. Go stand. : DAYTONA. FLORIDA. : t <> I
S a upon a I IN And as for the pavements DeLand is five
.......................... wi.ie a, pave-: adjacent proper t'U'1itu i 'I ')t'
this speedway and see the hap- .IsIsi IIisIIIsI isisisIsI; rm-nts :h.u look and set like granite miles east of the St. Johns River on

: Mi..0.................... py souls flit by in joyous mood, and ----- t tIsI I-wht'l'e else: between the eastern I' the' high, rolling pine land of the I WRIGHTINSURANCE t\ t) aeti

H. C C. THOMPSON Agt. answer wherher ths; is not one of .. .IINsI.IsIsIsSI.USIa ,': andt."-t,>rn seas are so many mil!' s YOlusia..counlrAbstracLCo'f great "Orange Ridge" of Florida. \ .'

the seven modern wonders. Ig in prol) rton; to inhabitants? The. *
; = LAMB EXCISES : The predominating products are I T. ...
; W. C. CHOWNING M. D. : !''iKixeme-it
,1. HUPMOBILES The Placid Pellucid Halifax River. |I I question stands with theTtft oranges and grapefruit. the estimatedcrop frou! ,

( : General Medicine and :: j us one of the chief drawing; I I>-rt Ft'h. Pr'sl ; De.oastratioa Given at Any Time. Where think you is water with more rar.v. 1 P. Liuuiieo" %
: Obstetrics : I c:J rds. Till some unheard of place r- tury and Treas. 300,000 boxes this Grapes,
PHOXK: year. --
: picturesque surroundings? ]
: Nearly a
U OfflV Hours,, JOtoJjll.: ; I I reports more and bttier Daytona I
J ...................I ...... mile wide tringed with tropical vegetation Over Kodak: Place. 'Phone 7top 39.in. U I Abstracts Fnrnish"ed :. peaches, pears Japan persimmons, Florida J'I : I
throw down the !
gaui.tlet the
: to
j strawberriesand ,
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if .....0.. ................... artistic cottages with roomy -.........................a.I world. and Titles plums, pecans, guavas, tl.I. I ::
I other fruits are grown in plenty.In :11.
verandas her bosom Perfected
looking out
'y' JACOB ESPEDAHL upon Squirrels, Flowers, Binds and Fruit.
: the of
;. S Contractor and Bailder .I gamey food fishes in countless numbers ...II...i S U.i....SI SU II S I.. \Vhrttcv-T: ones shortcomings and ; and Insured, many way miles of public fine shell improvementsare roads an OLDESTLARGEST I t1

and Craftsman NS beckoning as it were to those II Pints and
Designer however Maps
I indifferent or callousone
even
Buperlntrnds Construct of BuildS : with rod and reel;her bosom flecked : DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPhysician : Blut'prints to Supplied excellent high school electric lights,
In,.. Plans and finHtk>nson S U may h to many things: the mere of waterworks that is owned
a 17 with; duck and coot and a system
snowy--
Hbort \f> and
: and SwfeonMFFH'K : : I It mentica: (.f "flowers and squirrels. I l'ilNI: >. FI.K.: I BEST 'I
: DAYTONA: FLORIDA. :I winged sea birds which sic about as and operated by the city. supplying 0. I Itt

I :.......................01 I II !if for the port of bobbing upon the : : OVER KODAK PLAt'J-:: : :t It b.rds and fruits" will send a thrill the purest water at little cost. : ,.

Pbtte t'o! that is reflected hi dis'ended PUPIkand --
..........................; waves; watch that lubberly o'd IC IiSISIUISRI1SRSI : BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that For Florida ti.- r
piiek.d ears.
.I white !headed pelican pouch a (at. .USISISIIIIISUISISISIIUSISISISUI DeLand is a church-going commu ri- \
OSCAR MICHAEL -- - For e.'ery visitor: wish .
: : a spare goober Methodists FARMS at ,, ,
mullet and that fish hawk struggling nity. Baptists, Episcopalians. -

I :. CONTRACTOR :: upward with his floundering load he . thee is a bunny ready to come COMPANY (Northern and Southern), Pre GROVES a'IJ... d('
I j ..tkd He will bolt Manufacturers" of
accept your gift. sit ,
: Filling and Grading : snatched from the water : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS : byterians, Christians and Catholics, TIMBER or on ,t"i ibe'us
: { i'i rifcht and knaw inf; the meat LUMBER .
aI
See the beautiful besides colored and Methodists a !U-
: launches spick Baptists -
TRUCK
Heavy Hauling a Sptia1ty.S : : Civil EngineersDAYTONA 1 casting Cutsauey: : glances at you LATH Mi 'A-
?-
raid: span. wUh! hampers and ]lockers I I are represented.The .
J1t"a.n l bile SHINGLES LAND
I IIons.
.IsI..i..i.i.u.isuisi. Bulging with refreshments both solid : FLA. : graded school offers a ten r iu. IJ (it
j I-'Io'\'rs.; Usually fresh and bloom- MOULDINGS Send for Bargain ,
N (!(N'-!''!:!(!@:!;, :!I:!' ,:!@i' and liquid ready for a cruise upon th S "tahll-h.'t.i: :e;;:\. II years' course and the building whichit Sheet to -
U I .ns; th-? year 'round you are!' reminded Ag.ntltsury's--:
| M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. | beautiful surface. Take out your field' .ISISISISISISISISUISISISI I I1SISISISISSISIIISISIOISUI of Goldsmith's! coiple: where _Paroid Hooting Paints occupies is newly furnished '
IE COULDmm .
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'jrlass and sweep the river from .- --- -------- I : \Vt.it>.hull (",'/II'nt throughout and is one of the most 'I IRFr'd.
Smiliti! spr'ng: its earliest visit I
paid ,
OriuoaJ bridge to Ponce Park EIIIH'udo: l PIII*t"r I .,. oS :.
I commodious and best equipped pub
MILLINERY I : | Ard! summer's lingering blossoms; 6' ."rpl'III Brii-k CO
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i :. light house, then say whether the< S 1:0.1: [ t'and Brick. lic schools in the State. .
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are delayed.In .
E. L. STEWART
: : I
\!; Halifax Isfl : a thins. of beauty anda It.L.\XO.' FLA. The trip from Daytona to DeLand WANTd
A N.. 8 Beach St.. Daytona Fla. i N Physician and Surgeon aS : I on*> jad: roses of variarated hue I ""FL.\XD, FLA.
joy forever and one of the modern .. ,.. IU is made by automobile in a Little houseworkences ,!
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\.i-.! 'p'o| <<'lalntt..ntlon to dl us (If the 1-redouunat ; another household hasa I
_ _ _ _ wond /;. EEar.. Tlirnat nut! :So",'. ..ttit'.. II over an hour and there are requ.
'- nixi rvsiJeiictMagiKiliH: a\-> uu i' -inl ptTirhant! for the poincetta and the many i
-.!-.!@ i '! @ UliDIS[ & FISH[
_ re' The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge- S dour wt-bt. of P.1.., tHf plion.. *iOltlc : preiuiis rre aflame; another is hidden pretty drives in the vicinity of the THE
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East Florida : hours: *H. in. toI.J p. in. in of Attorneys at Law county site. A good road leads to I
i wood. a jungle tall cane. Variety
...... GORDONGARAGE
SI SI Il 515 I U SI SI S I SI I Practicing In nil
t I ::5 the spice of life and here is where State and Federaltourls I DeLeon Springs, five miles, a historic
llidg''wOGd -- -- -- --- --- --
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Telephone Company avenue is upon the crest j find it. spot where 60,000 gallons of water '
of a broad ridge, straight as the crow .......................... you special. facilities for '
i The birds flit in!. and wfcfii their I lnv '8tlgatlng: and I bubble from the earth every minute.

Connections at Daytona ii es flies of and'he the heavy-trunked wide spreading live branch : DR. F. H. HOUGHTON I IN : | joyous notes help to give fullness i po-rf..f'Unro i'rLINI'. FLAJSTART&IIL1 titles I j' From DeLand automobiles go south I The
oaks extend DeLandHeadquarters
for Long Distance Points ) ::.nd symmetry to the picture. t to Osteen 18 miles, on shell and

I i! their giant arms across the magniiVeut Dentist : I As for fruits choice citrus fruits. I marl roads; the St.Johns is crossed by
vrta. forming an arch and [ Y I for.
I H. C. THOMPSON. Mgr. i from these Extended arms great festoons U Ottlt..ln l'.d Bkwk! a I IS L>a>tona xl: lds the palm to none for ferry near Osteen and cars can then AutomobilesAGENT 1
PJJO'iE W.-tEndsoutbBrkIg.- I sane A. RtewartKsford continue to Sanford and Orlando by
@ of Spanish moss sway as the R quality and quantity per acre. There I : lily

- trade winds from the tropic:. seas :: .1.......................Ip ire' stores of citrus groves in prox'mt -i' Mary t"t"'attAttorneys" hard road. There is a shell road Maxwell FOB Touring

- -- at Law from DeLand to Orange five
I City,
fan them. Looking straight ahead j : ) to the city: branches binding
ISUSUSISISlIU.USISISI.ISII I.Id Xoturlt-8 Public miles and Cars and
a good road from DeLandto
H. T. McCLELLAN I L down this whfte shell street one has : j to the e.rth;: with their burdens of
...
: T. R. FltzgrraUl E. F. Out' : Lake RunaboutsArthur
fI.-J.\SD.' FLA.J. ; Helen a like distance.
j liK'.ous; gildrn! globes. which for
the
impression of a fairy path with

I Mill Work 1 '..if!sa draperies! but as you move I FITZGERALD & OATES : Lt-auty. proflicacy and alt desirable: ] ,I

'long' and cast an eye frst to the : Attorneys and Counsellors at Law : qualities: :., would truly astonish you. A. BiD SANDSTONE( BRICK CO. : U. Hamllo

Write .or ask him about anything ; Tight and then to the left you see HjHX-lal nod Ptrfvctlnt.'Hot"llItltk.r I ',nil K\Hmining Titles UU a: : The Fastest Autos and The Finest I ERICKSON&co. I I Manufacturers I Royal P.thiinllnHAMLIN 1I

'you want made of wood Every ;:; dLstingu.hcd! otflci-lnl'oJirm! BuIld..g.! ''Phone I II1* .
cottage homes in the : : : I Out. : Light Granite' Buff '
Red ami
I thing The best. III I most delightful settings. S B S B.B S B dl.i*i.B s I s B.B s B s B I I I II LH' *--! !Stov'k Of i Drab
I Thee\< i.Th V.oddH'nd..r.. do yi: | ; Brick
I Pianos, I
Organs and
See) .h.J ]! :
glistening leaf of the
grand
I North Ridf wood Ave. Phone 123 Lan': C'r ip.i<-r\ li.-ur-
A :-k.? l'CIUt''hetht.r f.'om .Mis I Prompt foiblp:1 -
ou. Sewing Machines I
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.,., &
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,. imisnohd which: nature has varnished .i@ 'T1k'I. "!'S'!' \!'''. .! .! !.!I! ; ill." : !i. : IWH.'vM: ; aid Prict .
:t-'t'i i'ti: -f J i i'i-: *! --
.,.. . t'ro'a .Maine Kahiniaxoo! < ic't'im.it i I
"' . \.wi : r from oT : :: : HIM.KX.: .\- I
I :
,I.I -- --__.____ I .is no i Itig'.s Lnuh ever could; and DR. J. P. ESCH nibui to, :.od you will l.<:? "s-hown 1'.1.\\: I'. Fl.ALLAN'S. \. I HAMLIN
I
the i-abbisp!
I palms with their burden
I h.Te :.s xx here the xxo-hfs cord LAKE HELEN
: Physician and Surgeon t r' for:
: .e-'ioA.v!! fruit and swaying 1'.L1.IS: '
HIUlllnlU I PICIUaESQUE{ POST DRAM[ I > flje !, PI fiiiMil.i! l 11\> chili >"i ..... ..."th..r, .-i id s broken xv.thv, ry tvctirmmM Surrounded Attorneysand
: t-e lovely holly with its by several lakes
eiquhS pretty
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:)1. h !lLI!! d. < ''ttl.! .mi- :: t. :' ,i. >'i. Autos. ti:> I. -'. t!I... fast.
i i :M ltry: ; bee the climbing vine !' in.. '. t..7 "p.m. '|1' 1c'1l' '., T.1 tNV: - ; X> :\t t j I'o.olLf and guarded by: lofty pine trees is
i I I""KT O[ ASI.I-: I Kapntty .!1 III't: ,. S t1. aid! t'ie' fn..t: .ir-1: f,.-: daily: :: pa- Lake Counsellor
i i 'iu r.ot in the troes the Helen a winter
i IIUI.'Mlinse ?PORT ORANGL[ ; see cryjit'tiws ., ..... ..'..... ...".. .......... . ....... .. :r ,'le: riid:. the I II>:i4:: <>:Ii'>xx < a., ti\"? a1- j DRUGGISTSJEWELERS little resort of no at Law
.;.Tnnt,tl live milonthof '. forms wuich gain a foothold - : importance. Carflp Cassada o,
t.-t l'iiartcs.an! f. th'
; J pI iiyton.i on I ju tie great oaks and ssitelyp.iiuis. ] '! !. !.!.!.! !.!'.! '.!'!.!..!.! !''!'!'!'\!\! ..oisaLd. w.tr; OM: '; a spiritualistic camp-ground is Situated -
of fItwtz wt"
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: ; : :
> > > ]tS u I'FI.\S: : I', fLA.
the ltaytonn-X< w HOUSES I : and urely you will join in I'Fl-AXI FLA. near Lake Helen and at this
o I:.:.naoiishow\ xxth
.ostatl
The Manhattan Cafe ; u : :>
Smyrna him! 'urftfv die!! chjrus and place several
I say: that this a i a . hundred people make
; .::t.n,; scene.
road thf M- 'nh'Itjjbu ,
Fred Cuminiags world wonder for beautj.Surpassing for ladies and gentlemen. ,t ti' I. winter headqt1"t!" c'S. A laige lumber '
: of tli.Kat G. W. "fOTAIi'DzL.tND
1 ) : FisherDruCo.
Exeryth'ng from ,, h ..
| goes, a :- or. f fI'u.r mill and
Oiict. Thf town tl I.. Owner and Malllt i the largest brick plant in
of Dinner
Beauty Our Regular 11 to 1:30
I Cottage Daily. to a :!tQ-horse' ,
T1 | up and
power
; l 'iiiontht Hal! ;: Short Orders. Box Lunches. '; the South arc located at Lake Helen. FLA.
I I I fllxHI"t'r.ftnll.. Horn**. 'J1 dt'Srvt-o of petd from a cantero : I II
i Everything Fresh. Drugs. Stationery 1 1-
; 4 rolzwet4.d with th. :, Special Attention Shown to Ladies. a txxo-unle-a-minute t-lip. You will ORANGE CITY I
PORT DRAM N'o one of Daytona's attraction.s.perhap : Hnyler's Candies ClothingFurnishings
I 4 ,.nJDlola ')PPflSU" piobaby! catch the spirit: when you: II i iuo i The principal
I J.TB brtdIC'" .. commands more nearly universal THE MANHTTAN CAFE I Kodaks, Cigars attraction around
the wads and tbe beach .
I TTn town l< w'.r H I BEACH" attention and praise than does | 38 South Beach Street Florida sunshine is frethe are yoursThe I I'v.LANI'. FI. \. Orange City is the many handsome Shoes ___j jlLLAD
: golden
laid out and hn<> the | orange groves. The town
ariiatic cottages. The owners of I @.! -! (i:! .oj'>i is
many pretty hom,'!'. Lots for Sale. !- IM.ITIIV ocean breezes' are free', the supplied with water
these l"harmln'Ulu hail from said to be: the
A larpe nnmtier of every birds and squirrels] and flowers are I I
Liberal Terms A.
corner cf the *......... H. JOODALL purest in the world another '
tourists And wtntffrfKldrntH Allowed for country and they bring ... .......... frte. the sparkling toullta.n'at
I r is tion to
inak.. Port their own architectural plans and visitors. It is at
IMPROVEMENTSOcean t When You tne: and you will base to go down I The that attraC-I' -
Ht1&ngf'wlnt..r head build upon them and as the archi- J Are Looking (for t passengers over the
or River ':i.to your wallet only for coin for :
of the Coast
cnnrt ne
n. ,
S FISHINGCon"t'nl.'nt I 'ecturt* of one section of the {'()untr.dtCe1"S ..- Some One to Do Leading Ry. transfer to :
*vrml nttrnctlns auto and bed and board- dnve
to Auto- ; GROCER to Deland. The I
from town
architecture of is
another SUrrounded -
l-elnjf the ( C''Iltntf"bln
: Uiubilf Itnce t'ouikf
) tind Bridge. so do our homes differ in Ths:: ,.s 1.0 fanciful picture: ; it's all'' by land peculiarly 'I
J DEL.\SII. adapted
A short dUtanoew Appir to but ward I II in-re I It...; drawing ether thousands i, P'L.\ to the cultivation of II
\VM. C. HOWES appearance and structural I I Ino | Electrical Work citrus fruits. | I : Taos PA"S.

t "t.t 3t I'ort t)rnnjeiir Apnt beauty- from oneanothtT.. There are and 'b''dT.jr them enthralled. rt xxil! :-- - ---- -- --- ------ -

*h>' old the remain I'unlawtonfuZr of Tort {'rtllIt'! Fla.Port monotonous rows of strikinglysimilar I frIll: :ai d bold you. Come and st-e :. ........................................ ....... 11

b ld't1Js but the itt : PHONE 14, 4.
;::: mill A pliuettut eye, as I --- .

1y "I.\lt'd\ ",'r) 1 ; Wt*.p.. by is treated to a kaleidoscopic : .
hundrd4oft Orange "From the Grove to the Table"INDIAN : THE
"tr by :
DAILYNEWS
change which keeps the mind J FORLAWJ :
. rl.t.. t'ne tlnu- OYSTER[ CO.
'
k.i: thttOUfltTYW.t wondering! "What next? I[ RIVER GRAPE ** .

4 Df I'ortOriinfi.'. .ur- K DUPONT: I IGrower It is no ("nlthe exterior of many J I FRUIT AND ORANGES : .
and Ivalt-ri t THE ELECTRICIAN. *
rounding the old of the** homes which rivets attention GroAii on the Halifax. J .

mill.: *'as H v"'t 1n- OYSTERS CLAMS and I ; wi'.b.c they are models] of contenivnce I> Best Prices Best Work The finest quality of fruit for sale Gives Away to _some three persons whose :

Olco. and sugar. cane Pt. OFMnet -IIIvtornPL and the finishing; and furn- J I NORTH BEACH STREET 1 in single boxes or car lots. Special .
|.laut tlou The mill : names were mentioned in the
iShing jive evidence of the elegance attention paid to filling orders. : :
"Ult ollt'rah' 'ittn- .............. :
and 'l Ii ......... Every
lTel.v In hoe -urly I C. OWES{$; cultivation! of those who worked MUNROE & STEVENS : Day previous day's paper :

day. lot has" Int-n !I.ttIn1 I. j I it aU out. Indet-d. It is the interior I I.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.BBB.B.B* ___
I GROWERS:: AND SHIPPERS. J .
%- for forty orE'tj I Real! Estate j j : arrangement and artUtic furnishing: :Sand .

A >year ery Interesting;*. Insurance I II I' sending, more than the eterorappear'nce : GROCERIES [: Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. :. Four Tickets to the Crystal :

lrlvfrom l> I I :: that: gives a surpassing .
< a\toni: .. -
I NOTAKV PUBLIC | i charm to Daytona homes. tit :iai.'i:' '.' t ,\f : ri I -. i' 4 Theatre and a Merchandise :
l l I. This :
> fea-
y (vean a !ito .......>... .<51S.SS .........'. .. .
I t lh th- Tort. n'ro.u'h Orau.-i! t.t' [ 1't1f1 ('rlng f1aS. iI \ I ture jastly] merits. proauner.oe: o:; another :\ JOHN P. POLLITZ. S SIB S.f-S.! i. Order for 25 cents on some :.

.
"oni'er.Streets GITTENS & MESSING :
1 .. : .
hrittin' Ih.rt.t h .B.B.BB*. . . . local .
B B BB B.B.B.B "" '" .. store. :
:
14r4Al.' and hi. :B i I \! and Pavements the Most S ... : : : :
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| .?.iig through! t'I' S S. C'. LRiI: .I SISISISUSISIIISIISISISI. S ... Fresh Fish : : 1
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and Best. I: [) -
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l>rlnripiltr ot McDonald Boat Yard : % : .

t lrt Orange to thraiat .. I !Gt'nC'r' 1 i Why th< Architect of the Unnt-rse I:: Established 1903 : >C- TD? Clams : ..
L of 'h'1 1 10 I
|i chose to s-ve: Daytona the CHAS. and Rose Bay Oysters : Watch for
hntt1 o I 1U 1>u f 1nUl. \ r 'tC'rhandis' I I most admirable I:: M. McDONALD. Proprietor = them--- name may :

returnl.-: .. : the most picturesque natural RaJwa Marker : your
II I I > Boats Built. Repairedand : on South Beach Street .
, 4 Itftytuna: h!:tb. rot.l Pot ('-.n I1a. setting of all the cities of the South : 4.
Ii I aI Housed. Phone 5 : be
on th" ml*::III'd. : US Prompt Delivery next. I
,,1s rot reused' bit: t'ia: sirch .s .. : :

i I IS1SISISISIII5IS3IO5$5. !,*.!,' .. ......!> .i . ... .. . ..,,.
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'= Time For Stillness. Names In Samoa. f Its Name.

Mr sI:v'I: lchlan win Kind* to her Travelers risking Samoa are puzzledat "What's: that disease when people I II PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA I II
It Efrican: IwuriVr, l hu she t!"! not pro- first by the fact that many boys i and things and names f(!:tze you:"

poye to alh'a her to< ov >p F FLORIDA of n !lN>.irtt'r's privl'epe mil !Oi.. made: i SMYRNA is situated fif- I I
have mas-uline names. The II
r It TOT clear( On:' ;:i-umlar( th'' l oardpr i i ALL MY PIMPLES GONE ; NEW miles south of Daytonaand I ORANGESIf
visitor I learns! after awh'le' howovfr,
---.I rt'tur'n:!' from n walk fo'irnl, tit window I : is an ideal spot reached i you want the
seat ofaunty that this confuting' use of names !instead - -- from Daytona by a hard surface road \'.'r\ Ixs Orange
of hrr r"D.! wh'tb!: vh? \had\ left I CIrl I
l wide} open t'srhtly!'; cI"!>:.-d. of l being due to Ignorance iin: Tells Flew' z Clctchy Skin War ; winding through one of the most apply at
STETSON '1 i i Cleaned:: By a S rime! Wash ; turesque parts of Florida. Pie-I' Point Grove
reality the result of a native custom
(west of "Oh. Mrs MifLachlJii.: : 1 rton t lIe!;: my
1 the lat- room to get .tuTy.: ** she said when: sh".. which Is highly lo{>('UC'. Thus if a girl i I "I wi* r-an-d! of ny fare" writes: With its ancient ruins dating forthfH'dlandIn-
(-surfaceJohn UNIVERSITY i Attorney E. F. Gates was called toe ., went downstairs ncnln .*! like plenty Is !born soon after the death of a 1 troth- Miss IJinn.e Pi"! '':a d of Altamahaw: to runneth a time not.when interlaced the history with of wiresof man tii!.i:in.' i RUt o..-t'rtrangdtI in) tht ) .
DKLAND. Ocala by business Monday afternoon the latter her I Is. C. "It ah fall' .f .
Four FLA of fresh air er mme I Is given to wa: t pimples and the modern telegraph and telephone > :it.drove 0
Tt'Chnlcal(ichoou.G and l left for that city by way of. "Yonr room will na* pet stuffy In one In the belief that his: spirit nnd all his ,. scars! but after u-!r.g ODD Prescription :M-; : : I its miles of shell streets as situated tin

[ B.it tog EqUIpment nearly. cost I .... 'Jacksonville expecting to return tonight I day." said her landlady: firmly. "Twas good qualities: have been transferredto .1.. I ran say that now there is hard and smooth as a floor and over- I' from the l>ayrona-N'e.[Daytona oa.w
lead Endowment 4IOlXO.Clougp( .. or tomorrow. never our custom miss to has fresh her. On the other hand If a boy Is no sign of tint: Ci'zema, and that was M. arched by hoary forest giants that Smyrna Road.
of the Faculty of v/ Pro- a air rooshln about the house on the born after the death of a sister betakes three years ago"D. grew! in stately grandeur during the i Prices Moderate
est in It fruora rue tors.and Cbrlsttan jnForlnformation Hot baths, Hooper's Barber Shop. Sawbath" the latter's name and. as the D D has bwome so famous as lapse of bygone centuries New j FERD
knownrutty but lIonRPctarlan'Tt" --- Samoans believe all her lovable traits a cur and instant relief in Eczema Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNProprietor
blng. I 3l1ss I :Melisa\ Harr&, a cousin of: become his.-London Globe. and alt other serious skin: diseases, and rest
address: r P. Robert, arrived from Toronto Too Strong. that its value is sometimes overlooked
A. -
of t ; Mrs. "My boy tells me All nature here is very inviting
Lincoln you dischargedhim
Hull in
clearing up rash pimples, black-
Thererags Ph. n.J Llt'Lu. .Lei r, Canada Saturday and will ," said the late office boy'i: mother Courage. the tourist and pleasure-seeker: Here
heads, and all other forms of
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Courage that from constitu minor
grows
D. spend the balance of the season with "You advertised for too is to be found the best and
a andI fishing
and President! strong! boy. tion often forsakes the man when he kin impurities.The R. I ;
Mr. and Mrs. Robert at their home I II certainly thought he \va strong in the state of Florida. I
hunting
endow JJ. has occasion for It; courage which fact is. that while D. D. D 13 t

one reppwilding* I on First avenue. enough. arises from a sense! of duty acts in a BO penetrating that it strikes!!! to the The people are thrifty, the business t
[ J. I. ?PERKINS[ "Madam. replied the merchant. "he uniform manner.-Addlson. very root of Eczema or any other serious 1 I men enterprising, and all unite _
k Pr. J. C Herman Osteopath, 20 was too strong. He broke all the rules trouble, the OH Winter,
soothing
ore than 'r Volusi Ave., Daytona Phone 40. tf of the office and some of the furnitureIn --- in extending the welcome hand of !
Odd Chinese '"'u....,... green. Thymol and other Ingredientsare
Unitedfor Attorney and the two days be was with us.- In Chiui: .1 jtr placed on the roof of BO carefully compounded there Is FUllfl'i hospitality to strangers. There are I
the Miss Ruby Ickes, a trained nurseIn five church, edifices for white peopleand
Counsellorat a Louse with the bottom end toward no wash for the skin made that Ims over St. Luke's Hospital New York Hi* Fishing Trips. the street ln' n-ates that the daughterof compare with this great household an equal number for the colored I

jail, one Law arrived Sunday night for a short Ta, where do you go fishing?" the house i is not jet of age to nur remedy for every kind ef skin trouble.D. F population; the town has an excel- I

fes, with visit with her mother, Mrs. Ger "My son. I never go fishing nowadays ry. As soonhe has dMolop) into D. D. Is pleasant to- use perfectly: lent high school. a splendid public I I
"
outlay trude Ickes, who is assisting Mrs. I.I I I a marriageable:! maiden:! the jar: is turn harmless to the most delicate skin. library aid up-to-date business ;,
one ofnildings Will tate Practice In J. Holmes in the Woman's Exchangethis "Well. Mr. Snarler said last night inl with Its month toward:! the street. :and! absolutely r '..tabl" A 25-cent housca !I I
and season. |I you were always throwing a sprat to When the! young: lady gets marriedthe bottle will give you positive proof of
| FederalCourts There number of
are pretty
I catch a mackerel. Jir I Is mnoted altogether. the wonderful effort\eness: of this any I t
0..1 great remedy homes for the permanent population, :
afternoon from :3: -- - -
[of about i Friday to u __ ==_ I III' The Afwocd Pharmacy which numbers close to 2.000. and
clock, Mrs. A. II. Kling will serve I tllltlrl
countryis PiLAND: FLA. G tea at her residence on Magnolia 'I w. M. Hankins some very fine: winter residences. : STATEJAM t tt
five a\-I I There arc good hotels and boardinghouses
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for benefit; of S. : '
enue Marj s
tiTer i , THE DESPLAND ai where find ,
on HOTELWILL you can accommodations -
I to which all are moat cordia'I'! :n-I| I I NEW SMYRNA
of the Li Gl| F. to meet your requirements. .
vited. To .1.7_ ,'! I rALLHE
i ida. VVRIGHTINSURANCE ( : HOLD\ A i I-.u: \ (;: 1 Adjoining New Smyrna is as tine a .HttT l'i.tUfnt,. rUMMOND:"
facts are: section of vegetable land a> can be
Tits steamer Constitution ain\td : (lia: ). L. BRANMNUi:. :" :"
Istimateding from the south Monday afternoonwith DR. DAVIS Pantherapist I found anywhere.\ This land has been i ,.>
AGENCYDeLand I $ $ .
I : divided into small farms which
over can
about 20 DRIVE
passengers; and departed : TENNIS TOURNAMENTFor f PENINSULA Transacts a r
Grapes.immons, again this morning; from the I .. o"d, !tdlM.tltt,,,,. ) of \\'. i.,-'. !r'- Qf be bought at reasonable prices. Someof I General I
Prince George dock with more than Z "'I c the tin; t celery grown in the stateis
Florida DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA Banking!!
wberries that number bound for Palm! Beach: I :. z \\0:\.,. : raised on this laud. All other vegetables :
,, Business
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plenty.3Tements. and intermediate pomjs. $ .. _ ""i ii. :,iiin' _, Th. turn.V -. t grow in abundance and here I t '
r I C IJ\I.I\I \' I t 1110'0 \I"-I" !_' "-I. 0 Nh,: \ too, is the: home of the famous Indian 4 Per Cent. Interest
OLDESTLARGEST I .'f'ait'1",_!t. t Ii." ,tI..tn""I.,1 I :I '!! 9 1 >| on I ime: Deposit ,
roads, an Remember the carnival date, Ke:). : w 1 1:111.: malt he lights 25. I in".' ,.hutlufi l Pr Mini, it :,it om 1 f
.oout I"' t I A
[u owned M .--- --- I For the Guests of the Hotels and for L: -- ------ ------ --
and BEST : the Cottagers, ot ait tla.e"ea os.
applying :Mrs.\ E. G. Werner: and dlu: htt-r. i .
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t. [ Miss :May, who have been spendingthe beginning .......................... 1111111111111111111.11.0111N11 .f.1
tify thatcommn winter with :Mr Wea\ers parents .i .
For Florida :Mr and :Irs.Gorum \\ei\er : R. H. MCDONALD : The J
FARMS MONDAY MARCH SIXTH Joseph Zapf
is, Meth- at their home on North; Rdgewood : : MEATS\ :
i), Pres- GROVES i avenue, departed Monday afternoon
.
ithohcs, TIMBER\ or r on their return to Ainsworth, Neb.t,I! ENTRANCE COMPLIMENTARYOpen \ : Florida and WesternThe : :. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. :.
Metho- being called home bj the sline-t of I I
TRUCK ---- -- : Is callei the and most reliable liquor :
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largest
justly
Mr. Weaker. They l If.1 eip{ :'cted: 101 I Choicest Steaks and

a ten LAND remain here" fcr se\era'! wt-eks I Tournament for Ladies' Singles : The Primest Roasts : : house in Florida. Sole distributors for :
hendfor Bargain .
g whichlamisbed Hhr t to. t longer. I Open Tournament for Ladies' Doubles j T.-I l"'phon..u* what you want nn.l w. : : Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer i
Open Tournament for Mixed Doubles ,
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I will nlHtr to wt tint: you set it.
(be most THE MOLD.TOTTEN r Come early to at'o'd the ruhFriday : Phon.itS : :
\ Open Tournament for Men's Singles : Special attention is called to the
ed pub- night "Vaude: il:e tJt t;! .
{ CO I --------- : POULTRYTU : : MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. :

DeLanda i WANTED Entries can be made by 'phone or note to The Despland Hotel, or by personally . .
Girl for .
I'F LAX P. FLA. general TUirlt'r>oul l.'a\'- ourora th .
little housework; white or colcred, refers entering names on lists at office. I..tt, r i hiii... *ou !tnof: ,..ttlith > : : Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. :
e many ences required. Apply Daily News. Entries will close Friday Noon, March 3. Cups will be given to winners.. : ohoii..->t. : .
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... Four THE DAYTON' DAILY NEWS .
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NMNN NOINNNNNN.f NN 0....N.. NOV THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Peninsula Variety !"... ........................................... . ., '"
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Published evening except f on- I. ? :
every i-

[Sweaters day from December 1 to April 1, by Store i WE SELL I '

THE GAZETTE NEWS CO. DAYTONA BEACH FLA.T. i : Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of ..

E. FITZGERALD Editor. Exceptional! MomysavlngValues : .
: in j lubricating oils on the market. t", : H'L.
i Z C. S. HARRIS, City Editor. Enamel Ware I !

e HARRY L. ROOD, Adv. Imager:
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Japanese ChinaLaces ii .
GEO. F CROUCH. Superintendent WE REPAIR .

: A very complete line of the famous Schmidt Knit i Entered as second class ma.tter' 'I ; : .

: Sweater Coats for men women misses and ch'11 December I, 1910, at the po=toffice Ribbonsat I : Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. : .. Greatly Enlaj
,
dren. A full line of Phoenix Mufflers. : I .S ..
Daytona Florida, under Act of I Opposite Webster's Grocery Store ,. .. Std

: March 3, 1S79. Seabreeze Ave. '' .. .

ANTHONY BROTHERS ---- I i ..
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Z Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes. . J summer AI
Complete Machine Shop : :+.............**........*....**.....*...+.*..+.....$

..................................................... I CI 1ar efidonfiaragec d G g C Co REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS BY : :.+9+9.9All +<

............N....................................... A COMPETENT MACHINIST. : .................................................
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t OPPOSITE HOTEL CLARENDON SEABREEZE. FLA. .. : BOND LUMBER COMPANY : ;
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Rail and River !
By : AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. Tolrtlnuu'J'x'thatigr.::: :;; '! I : Manufacturers of + !
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S ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER .
t ...NN............N.............................N.e .. Lime Ccicttt Stock .
:............. ....................... ............: I Laths. Shingles. Flooring, Ceiling i Brick, zed m. JHailv .
-- I. 1 ,tr.. allli \ards) : Eai-t I I'OI.-t > mid \lrlln ettI !
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ATLANTIC COAST LINE. :-J.. 'iiiii.. ..iii i. .. i... i..ii. i. iiiii:. tions. The suggestion; was made tn I Phone 83. R. J- MALBY Mana er. : .

the committee soliciting funds to I li! I. .....................e+eo.... ................: ..
GOSSIP ti
JUST
nance the aviation exhibitions by a''

Best Service to the East ;sS. BY THE GOSSIPER. ;5It's man who subscribed liberally to th. .. __.. ....... j lie

::t m.Ym'NN! ..,mN....!!'.. ..m...,! fund. This committee was not a a selected frJ
Leave Jacksonville ............. 7a: ln.lII. .
Palmetto t Limited. ./ Arrive! HHVnnna.li.. ........ U..VIM.III. one-man body, but composed of men
.. Augusta.. ... ... .... .. . ii:.l a peculiar combination of cir : help used
DAILY. Carrying( through&: Coaches, <'harl -ston . .. ... ... ...:'.: 1'.11I.E1eetricl.ihted p.m.. cumstantes when Mayor Henry T. j' who have the interests of the ell> I What's the :
all th
with
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Room ?:: Hichinond 4J0>a.m.Washington. at heart and who are always readyi
Pullman
: Drawing ::::::. .. ".ixit.ui. Titus makes a motion as a memberof j i .
Beepers Dining Cars. Jacksonville to :: Ealnmorr.: f.lrtu.in.W. the board of trade that the board i! listen to any suggestions which J finest Chef
l t Phtladflphlii ::.::. ll.:5a.in.: : ::
.. . are made in the spirit of boosting.
VV V New York. ='t'w.York...." ...... 1 ill p.m. of trade request the council to ask ,, i : Summer
j upbuilding or advertising.: The GOt- i
New York and Florida Special. Daily Except No.VM the mayor to enforce ordinance.. !! Use
Sunday.
i is also informed that th.s: : .....
: siper cum
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Description of this ppulartrain d. Lux. / Leave. Jacksonvlll-...... ..........,.. l.bip.m. The instruction i it> what the may'or''! ,
This train consists. of Pullman Iirawing Havanuah ....... ..... ....... 5.in'''' p.rn. I j mittee did not favor the sug4e ti< n.. I
: Hleeplnp. > and LibraryObservation Charleston.... .. . ... .... A_. p.m. wants and when that instruction is I' of time
Itooin. lining
Boom, tate of charging an extra brie tot: for spending your sweating over a
h'''' . ... .. .. .... 7Jtta.ni.
heatrd l R.I'hmond.
can by i-team .... . .......... .!" given it's a cinch the ordinance will .i......OK
nipped with the new hlnh-peed. brakes,and l.. Washington .1 ::-)a.m. the privilege or watching Carney Old- hot stove these hot days trying to get
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U brilliantly lighted throughout by electricity Baltimore .. .. .. .. .Il.x7a.tii. be enforced. !
West .... .... field run his automobile up and J .
.pedal" lights hung provided for each Phllntli-lphlu: 1.41p.m. >** I I the family ironing done on time when .
berth, affoidlng perfect comfort In writing NVw York IVnn. K. K.Ma. i
> down the beach nor for any other I II .
.,ith Atr., SM Wt... 3.W:
or forr"adlng at night.Florida p.m. The session of the city hall bench I you can buy an .
i. I in connection with the avi-j
Lfave Jacksonville ............915am. congress yesterday was a long one. J purpose .
and West t Indian Limited.DAILY. ( .. I Havannuh................. 1.30p.m.:! |'ation exhibition. However, the suggestion -: .
{ Augusta!! ............ ... &.5t''p.m. lasting from early in the forenoon todark. I .
made and it !
was
Carrying Through Coaches, I (Charleston.. . .. .... 5.4A p.m.E1eetric.Lilhtt'd . To accommodate the increasing was proper i AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRON .
I Richmond! .. ............. 5.1Oa.ni. that the eommiitee should: accept.' .
{ Pullman Room ..
Drawing Washington.! : ...... ... ... 8.4<*a.m. membership there is talk of bor ConcedeWhite
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Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars. Jacksonville! l : W.Baltimore Phfladrlphiu..1'. . ...........KUi2a.ni.!.. rowing a few of the seats recently I I the suggestion and consider it. FOR .. T

to New York. \ New York......... ...... JO p.m p.m. placed in the parkage by the boardof I .

Coast Line Florida Mail. Leave Jacksonville.. ....,..... 7'i.') p.m. trade. Application may as i be DEMAND! MADE FOR CHW .N.
I ,i Arrl\e Navannah...... ... ... ...12U5a.ui. made to the city council for another .
DAILY. Carrying Through: Coaches Charleston.... ....... ... .Mi6a.ui. I .
and ;Elrctric-LiKhtrd Drawing Room I Hlrhmond, !>n .....:"::: 11...vjM": ::: '' I bench to or relieve tsonit sort the necessity of accommodations of reducing - IN I CONDITIONS 1 AT DEPOT. $375 .. Hel)
Bleeping Cars. Jacksonville to New York I
Kiitimore. .. . .... .1.)111.11I.1: > .
at Meal! Stations. Philadelphia. .... . the membership of the ( The 1'riiioir
mops { '. Nt-w" *ork.............. .. ,.1:$11.11I. I "bn-I : iin H'-iu-h 11
Local Sleeper Jacksonville to Savannah. gress. J (Continued fiom page one) .

I Best Trains to the West. *** 1 I town office .11 the business district.where ;. I SanjT.
The movement to secure a good all business with the N.
expresscompany
V o. !2. I South Atla I a lie Limited i I No. 'I:$ S2/tud&c:So... I Montgomery Route ..,.. band to furnish music in the way of may be transacted without These are the Standard Laundry Irons and are .r...>.....I

I_ 57-and &ia,1tpm public concerts on the rivtr front the necessity of making a trip to ih-- I for sale by

I I." .JIH'k-.oI1'UI.. .Ar ".j.I'1II klap ) lI.v.1 . Jlu.k .u'III..Ar 7.onyua. during the winter season next year I depot. It is believed tbs reiu---., .1..1....
..11I&01r: . .. (.,..111.2- "I'Hmr' : is and at it look .
Dui Moutgourrry. Lv iJ\IIJ'III I spreading present' ,
. .. . will be granted by the erprtbs company -
a Ltrut.tflh' Lv H.I lltm I.lUpun: Ar Hirutinghant..Lv.3.1u ,,i .
IuidIunttadh..Lv 4.1411111I 1.1111111 Ar Na.hvillr . .. like Daytona may have a good band both for its .
.1.' I.iUIII:! own convenienceand
.tOPOI'I.\r.. .t'IIIlIl1atl.! ..1.\ II./tlil' Ihtant .-\r . Fvuuui; iilr . 1.\1 ::1.UlIIIll' here the coming winter. Ita i figured I. I The Schantz Electric Ice I .
... t'hieago..Lv 1111'11I I ,.-IIlltmr: . t.IAul ... Lv Sljupin the accomodation: of the public. .
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the amount of money bwing !paid, lor | that the .
telegraph office here should
No. w.Dixie/ Flyer.Route I No. iu. :So. 1N. 'l i Seminole Limited rNo. Si.g t. I entertainment in the way of aviation i J'be kept open all night: or until: late i and Water Co. I .. 1?;. i

exhibitions for three days next month
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,.pm 11.\". JII k"lD'l1h'r 'iIlHIU N.lit t rn t Lt' Ja'k"on\'lIlt' Ar Zltani; and that the band could furnish entertainment !1 in the evening and a formal r<* si; ..<..............................NOe........01.MMllSouthern S tiI
10.76pm Ar.\t'avcro." .. .1." 5.iOaal lodSpm: Ar V\1a .. .IV | will probably be made to the off'icia't.of .
7lilamAr..ltlauta, ..Lvll.l, ero Null two or: there evenings !
pal :YMInmAr..Aliwnv .I.v 1.2.11I the telegraph that bett' :
company
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J# a.e8am !Ar... l'hlcagu I .1.1 v.tltpol r.Ii"1II Ar . .. t'hh-IIIIO I.I.,' \I.latpulV lpm' during all the winter month; The I accomodations be furnished the publi I ae'
7.* am I Ar...... Nt. lout. . I t"'.5. pill j 7 iII alit ,Ar..Nt. louts Lv.ll tr pm subject is well worth considering.; j i I I' here. An investigation will also be 19999999 ... .. ..
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For Rates, Pullman Reservatfons and Information Call made by the board of trade to learn: .
on or WriteA. It is organization that counts. For I
W. FRITOT. Divisioa Pass. At. W. D. STARK Travelinf Pass Ajt.JACKSONVILLE. years the people of Daytona and the !j why the correct time is not t'urn'sht'd Railway ..
. ,; the local telegraph oflice at 10) o'clocl .
138 WEST BAY STREET . . FLA. travelers who come here hate been| .
I each morning, the same as i it fUrnished -
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complaining of the condition of the] V
I ..................................................... F. E. C. depot at this place. ;Now the:!j by the United States govern i NORTH, EAST A \VEST ..
i ment to al! telegraph stations in the
STEAMERCherokee citizens through the board of track J:j country. I i.........I

i Tomoka I River I the are combined working as interests a unit of rtpresenting this vicinity i I 4 == Fast Vestibule Trains Daily ==4

Conie earlyto avoid the ruit J, ..........t
and
in
: position to put in a dtsj i '' '' .
Fait : Friday night, \3ude\ il.e. tt-.$.; FROM
mand for a change in conditions; .
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; : \ DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. : I which can not ve.y sensibly! go un- [' FELL SUNDAY AFTERNOON :: I I JACKSONVILLE"The f ..

heedwl. The Flor.d.i East Coast rail- j AND FRACTURED AN ARM. I IJ .

: The. largest; fastest and only boat stopping at the : road is to be i ignored and the demand j Mrs.J George A. Foytfell Sunday : ..
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carried straight i<> the railroad ! Florida Special" 7:40 m.I' .
; : a.
afternoon
: cabin. : I at her home on S'Kith! : .
upper commission {
(.r an exerci.-e: of
Itidgewood avenue and: broke her 1 1-n! The Southeastern .
I< Limited" 9:00
:1 : a.
: I the powers given this: organization. :: Sout.hern' II
.1 I arm jiiat above the elbow: and au : .
: First-class Lunch and Souvenir by the ,:ale laws. J "The Florida Limited" ::05 Steam Mea
Stands at t the Cabin. : . I sttetaiaed some !painful seratche, ;;: : oJ!.Ij I Ij p. m'l .

... ................................................. I I it htbeen suggested that severalhudkap j bruises: upon her feu.Ur.. C. ,c.HoJiiiiiiion .. :< "The Atlanta-Jacksonville Special" - 8:50: p. ..
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I Both Alike One -- -- ----- I autoU;obi e races: aiuon the' brok* u arm and .Mi i >. got .- ;> n,- I t .
Way. .
1 "I shall, wtnl numey," said .\. Steamers U.S.A. i! i-eels! !r.> of local cars be arranged as'I ;,! i-orted t<> !tie. ett.l :i; ;ii".liu: d"i <., J in-! :I : i ]
I added attraction be held in Pullman Drawing Room Cars o Ml 1
"Ami shall marry MIKH." !said R"You I .in to con f nal; !Iy ;? c''!u.d i 1'\)1'1.: ) : t | : Sleeping to Atlanta. Cincinnati .

will liiitl it the same in yourdally AND i "viionvth the t'xhiLiim'i tlvnr : IT M.MIIthat Ali>. J'a';: ,- ( Chi age. Cleveland Colorado Springs, Detroit, Louisville and Nc* York.SOUTHERN .
i Ih't's.'' said ('. Constitutionare I i it! :alito 'jy lcCurdythe lat week in'' i :
: ::1 I ;: M'liie iilaiii* iii t the! r.-.ir I nj'I .e : PalmettoS
i -JIow': iltu-ttitl .\, phH I?. I \l.u\h.: <)tid the ug t'@tiNl :is a good' refidnce and in ,- .
pi :i.: tli 1.\11.:1: : .
t ". 1ottty talks, you knv.." jrriiiutM! "i ii-. if hiu-li races can be arranged I , .........
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now running betweenDAYTONA caiiKUl;; "-r fiat under: i-} Ii. e \1cj\ RAILWAY DINING CARS i K
C. "and blra d will tell.-Toledo Bla eIF'O -
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is very probable no records: will! ,
I i pitched torwaj-d, faIl.i.g iiJN I:] N her! I 1-r't ,4
lH' broken) but these events would fur- :', -- -
and arm and striking!: her fat"' !the -
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"ll] high a lot of amusement and eater :: cement walk surrounding; the hou.v. i
o PALM BEACH I taiament for the citizens and visitou.j: i; ; City Ticket Office, 108 West Bay Street Jacksonville. Florida .
I .
g The Attractive Way It is also '! *
suggwted that an autymo- I 1V'ANTEIF-Friday: three or t..ir . I U
; T > MKKK.: : .
bile carnival and be i. I: "I'M I III I I II .
Leaving Daytona and parade arranged i I room cottage or apartment conipie: ely I'. ,. H
Saturdays 1. I. 1. \tnta.I!: ; I I' \ L.! <.-..;. ... Kill.
for one of the days during the series furnished ..
i ; for light housekeeping1 I II
Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. .Ir ) uated
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North and West
I bound South. of flights. The committees are considering {' (except tsiJver.i; for a month. AddressII. 999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 S Ocean tr hare j
all these suggestions and .1 L., : Xe "'' .
Daily! \\ s office Daylr na.7O11 large sun
Leaving Palm Beach Saturdays will arrange a program of intending --- a vice i<> adnnj
{l 1 0 South Atlantic Limited | and Tuesdays at 9:00: m. events for each of the days during j 99999999999999999STEAMER ---.- .. on appli.ati

V { 11 Leaves Jacksonville 815 pm. i i bound North ni the time the aviator. is here.: i Feb. 21 ; American History. i ..........
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I'nll 'r h" orii 1 ik .H.; I
A loUd through train daily 1S4S-John Quincy Adams sixth president !
i Atan; explanation to the members I SWAN
of the United States died:
For Cincinnati & Louisville ,
0 REPUBLICMill of the board of trade The Go:.sii>.r born 1. 1. ','I. :........i j

0 Through electric lighted sleeper I u I I I 111)i t.. t tVk- > II has been informed that the suggestion I 1S09-The city of Manila fired by Insurgents I : LENGTH 150 FEET X81 TONS.
To Indianapolis & Grand Rapids of bringing Barney Oldfield here ; fighting in the streets! ; : THE

,a DAYTONA AND lor fact,; automobile driving eXhibit between United States troops and : With excellent an\ r MMB_

I ST. AUGUSTINE :('IIS on the beach in connection with i natives. i accommodations service: lighted by : Fresh milk vUSfi l

Dixie Flyer Earl in FVnruary the aviation exhibitions by J. A. 19C'S-IIarriet' Hosruer. noted sculptor, j I: electricity and capacity for sixty c cabin passengersis .

- 0 I McCurdy] was not made by the V'I died: born 1S3L 1 now being operated between U.
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Leave Jacksonville 8:25 190CK-CarroIl D. Wright, statistician I .
o pm. McCOY of trade nor by the hotel men's organization. I j

A solid through train daily a i- BROTHERS Also the suggestion. to! and educator, died; torn 1830.' j jI .......I

II For Chicago charge an extra bridge toll for pl'r-1 I ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. I i DAYTONA and -
t sons crossing to the teach to gee I:
:
Seminole LimitedSOLID I (From noon today to noon tomorrow.) i
0 these fast driving: exhibitions did. not Sun sets 5:38.: rises 0:39: : day's length, j I I :"-......

D Montgomery Route TRAIN I come from either of these organiza- 11 bours: moon rises 2:27::! a. m. ; PALM BEACHand .

t Electric Lighted Throughout.; I I 0.
11 Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pin II .
CE4llROpO I -I jl: I .
Drawing room sleeper daily cols + .
F. E. C. TIME TABLE .
V For Evansville & St. Louis 0 I American Pta
EFfECT JANtAKY: wit t I .
o. Intermediate Points; through the Picturesque Halifax .
Dining Cars on all trains i iI .

I I I OL lit_ IiOUal-ItFAO tu.WN _ ____ NoKI: _Fsa' L-RE.ti- l> i and Indian River Route. I ....N....

For full particulars address :t1 tla aft I i 21) :au :ii n.. Leave Daytona Thursdays g:00 m. I
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T. B. WALKER, Fla. Pass. Agent CHICAGO ST. LOWS I Leave Palm Beach Mondays
8:00: a. m.
0 : I:;: :t i : !V.,, !aqua> t 1" !< :: ..tacksuntillcSt.. :. ,c e I -........
; !!: 2q.: i 'H t ; AnzimineOrmood ':: i y -: :
o AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. :, .p :i :.p i- ..iI -|I.. p. : : ; :. : !
Louisville&NashvilleRailroad (II!'.. I \ I' "II' I i.tl.li.i'. ' i t MSI 1 .>!" | I_ ;.oi...,. .-. ,;...p. I 'oIf'I :12 *r 1 I' i it I' lMt_ !, ..:'t. . .. I .... T11.KHS AND STATEKOO.MsI ..
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ii\ t .u- :lii.i: 1 v i .l'; i -!It- KiK < | Rockledge : I' I I : I"K I .
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1 \ l.ii-k>i>:ii\l.l"> ..:;' I'. I" I '''" 2 :"a :! :9,. 'i" j : .-:'1'.i :. .' ., 7 '. i I i MR. FOSTKR
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0 ; : .. ST. DAY FC'NA' re
For -! phi- : r\.i-.i 'ii- .1: >i i.ii-! .
o 118 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE Q mini! ter:. t..idi.! .- .- I This schedule is puNished as a matter of D\-: ; : rct: cr" of ; .
H.NTWKI.I.: .. i iFlortd.t I OPERATED BY THE GULF; COAST .
the TRANSPORTATION: COMPANY
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I Recent arrivals at the Dt'? !and in :.....................................N......NNN.
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elude Mrs G W :Moor. :Miss: Carolyn

L i a, I HOTEL DESPLANDDaytona i :I Moore, Baltimore, Ben O'Grady and i f HOTEL CLARENDON l

y NEWS OF THE HOTELS wife, Jamestown X D. :Mrs KyranA
The
best kinds .
of : = Florida Murphy BrooklynV! H Scoville : .. i SEABREEZE :

larket t I' i M'!' !If J and wife Hartford, Conn A T Sgner. j .. FLORIDA $

: 'i j:1: j NOW OPEN --- =" Boston, Charles Itess and wife. Phil .
adelphia.: I
t : Mr. and Mrs. \Ve.tonV.. Walkerof : 1 /MI Absolutely |

IRany f ta. L. M. WAITE Owner and Manager. Hartford Conn., who are this: ,111 /M 1.1 eau, w111Hert '
t. : : Couie to Lauh1and1a! the Ha .. u w
y 4 : season at the Ridgewood hotel, spent;: : ;, Fireproof
i
I Ha, rou.ce. Feb. 23.;; t.t-at:: I ;
condition. ii : (i Oreatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all : last winter in Daytona and made nu- I II .

i t ,', Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern merous friends in this city: at that Recent arrivals *t the Oaks :include : 4. Now Open |
:
f' time.
Mr. Walker is
a prominent Irs J J Xicum Kochtster X Y San-
.
.. i Convenience. Send for Booklet.
: business man of Hartford. ford E Foote and.Ce, Pftteti.:; -Id. : Offices
:
rage. i : f. CONCERTS DAILY. Come to the vaudeville- Feb. 24. Mass, c T Jackson Baltimore. .Md! Booking Seabreeze:Florida E. L. POTTER, President J

i 1 T' Andigier and wife Jos C: Coxe : Hotel Blackstone. Chicago
; : Summer Address! : ATLANTIC HOL'HK: :, Narrapnnsrtt Pi.-r. Rhod fsiind.jNq . S o'clock Daytona theater and bring I 1180 W. :
Broadway. New York S. KENNEY Manager J
Knoxville, Tenn II C Bretney, Lou-: i
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tl'Nq.. ......................... : your friends.Mr. .
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... NNNO ..Nf.. viile, K). Mrs W M Robinson: Charlotte +**..........+...+........++..+.+..+.+..+..++.+++..+.

................ and Mrs. P. W. Frcst and i X C, Thos \VhiteweIl, :Milwaukee. \ ,
... .NNN/NN NNN N NNNNO \Vts.Lkm't! N0010 i0 OS000.0 00 .=0.000 0 00!
I Mrs. Albert Wade of Mass., .i
Broc'on
OMPANYl I t Located in the Most Beautiful I f

1 RIDGEWOOD Y Palmetto registered avenue at the Hamilton Monday afternoon.on South' I fail to visit: the Gypsy::; tent |1 1c.t I Saratoga Inn Spot on the Halifax River... ... .1< >

: the carnival. Fortunes
:SS LUMBERid I "' : They are friends of Mrs. Graham guaranteed.I i JOHN J. McGUIRE, Proprietor.

CciEtct StockdOrantcAve. : "I E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. Thompson of this city: and came to Late arrival at the City Hotel are ;| T1TE INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better in qFlonda

. S Daytona from Orlando, wher they Thos E Brown Brooklyn, X Y, C H'' i Table of! the best of everything in season. Terms as reasonable as I

MALBY Manager i NOW OPEN. e had been spending some timeDon't Broughton Binghampton, X Y, Mrs the service will permit fiiveu on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No. 112 I
.
NNO.NONN.Nq Mother; Mrs Bisse-11, Cleveland Oh.o, I 999999999999999999099999999+999999999999999999999HTHE ..
S fail to see the woman witha
All departments will be managed by white Northern ; Jos F Getz, Dayton, O, W E Strant-- _
..0..000 help, thousand pockets at the carnival:, man, F C Sinilie Cincinnati, C J .NNN....NN.N.......NNN.N.NNN.........N. "
selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white i q Feb. 2.1.:; G3-::/t 0 .
i 0 __ I Lundberg Danville, Ill, Joe Earman, : BENNETTOAVTONA. : I II

! help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied Mr. and Mrs. William G. Miller: and I Jacksonville' !:' A B Gaston, Mrs L FLORIDA. :

i !i with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the ;: daughter, Ms: Florence, of Freeport, Keiio;, Lake Helen. .. >I ASK.,'" <:ij.,. 11 Inr, I lh' l :lnrilIH I .,..in unU i 'lit' Ulwriil., umiiiij, nn-iit, ;.t \ H.niulK. i iI
"i.ii.pi'1tor- CII l liciiiinr 'I 1 h. B. nn.-il is llr-i -Ui-i III' \ i 1\ I pun-n.-iiljir. Tinhlti .
I Long Island, X. Y., are guests of the r,- urn; i -KllMTini| tiitili <\\ > nipioyi-s.' n nioilcrn hour n _. Mini li.nn.-llk.' q
II .-- i finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, ;p Despland hotel for a few days, having Dou't fail to eee the woman witha .S lit iiili..pln' n. mill H.)Jtu'iiTifin mi, Itl'\ l.! 'Uh. .- (>oul<-viirl. KUl :' WIMM! 'n\, IHI.Two t,-u- .
iLoasULd pockets at the carnival mifOtirtnm>!"' Not"I wil h. "|H n ntir- nuinili of, April. S
I !_ Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. 4 4F Z arrived in the city Saturday 1 Feb. 2-;.. 6'J-2t: I: Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages Marblehead Massachusetts. : I

:...O/NO...0.NO...ON.ON/0.NO...0.NNNO..10.NI ; afternoon from a tour of the west --- ..O.NN....NNNN..NNNNN....NN..NNNNN. {
A errant of Florida. )lr. Miller is a Xew I I
i iI
Recent arrivals at the Palmtt o are : iI
i [ --- - York assemblyman from his district (..........1999999999999999999999999*................... I
ic sweating over a Mrs :M Winter: n't'r.' Miss Eleanor I i
I IIIIII" I'I'II'I'I'I'II'I'0'I'I'II'I'I'I.I.I"..I.I.I.Is 'I It I and Mrs. Miller is a sinter: of J. J. j ) :J i
[days trying to get r Mercer Chicago Ill, :Mrs W H Camp- THE i
I : Randall of Freeport, who owns and PROSPECT
one on time when ': THE PRINCE GEORGE is occupying a winter: residence on I bell. Hartford City Ind, )lrs\1:\ R I]
Levin Mitts Helen Levin, Miss\ Levin, | :i I 109 South Ridgewood Ave.
: South Ridgewood th's city. I
avenue
f 'J DAYTONA, FLORIDA Beverly X J, S M Hill, Cleburoe.' :j 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office G
Texas :Mrs Viola Nolan! New York''' Steam Heat.
2 Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors I Come to the vaudeville and carnival :]
tIC IRONIrons U and help swell the "Island! Park I City, H L Dillon! Dayton, Ohio' I i I P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor. I
)Ir. and Mrs R Motch\ and sun. J
... i Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. q fund. 9-Ct:; I 99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999TTOTFT
/0' Cleveland} O, Mr and Mrs\ Thou J'nkitile.

Two.hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. Thursday evening Scotch .\ Detroit, Mich, C Chase, Bellows ,/..................................................... I
a party .
. : Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. I Falls, Vt, H S Gardner, Amsterdam i .
was given in honor of the Scotch SENECA JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. j
I : Steam Heat Throughout. contingent at the Magnolia.: Mr. Burden ' X Y, John Anness, Jersey ;J L\ A JW AJ ( OUNKH: (l'l'\' 'af. 1Nfi l (H'KAN: MTM. T
X J L T Columbia, .. -
White Help in Dinind Room. Will Remain Oren until May 1st added greatly to the pleasure cf City: , Dr Guiren ..
( Ohio Mr and Mrs Leonard M Slade ENTIRELY NEW.
f.i i }
: the evening by bringing his; fine ? <. .

t. ThePrlnceGeorgePier Isthe only lundlng InI| > >u>im forest.) .Aut: tllt" IIIdt : graphaphone and rendering Scotchmusic. I Mr and Mrs J A Bowen Fall River' J* Albert Bennett, Proprietor C. R. Bennett, Manager : 1

t 5 Palm Brach lioats.! l'urtll'uIHT81th plt-Hsur! I Messrs. John and Hubert I Mass. .<* A Sic.. Plac.torNI.i''opl.( :t | | ]>-. HIIIIIIII.at"r.:, Kt.-in.i Hat and 1'ln.n., In h\.r: :

v, I Young gave spendid: Scotch recita Whit.. ....-rtlc. Thr.,U.li4) >ut. fiJ1 Mr. Foster r rhook.
.: (
:. "Excursion to Been, Knox and :
I Same THE BRISTOL Park. N. J.
Asbury
t Management as Ii I tions. Mrs l W. M. Shaffner gave several Beed orange grove Wednesday, Feb. *.....................................................
and are i .aIISII.I.I..0...I.I.I.I.II.I........................1 f amusing Scotch stories and an
: old cavenanter hymn., At the close! -S, on steamer Uncle Sain. Roundtrip <....................................................T..
- -- -- --- < .
;5;ut' W;: iU

...........I.I.I.I.....I...........................p I all joined hand;, Scotch fashion, and I t NEW SEASIDE INN H H. MANW"-LER. Proprietor **
a It I sang Auld: Lang Syne, thea partook J DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA

t :4 of a "cup of kindness"' in the formof I Xew arrivals at the Ausun include: .* This new and select tams iy hotel has just (been enlarged and rein: wished J
tric Ice I THE NEW GABLES : .Mr and Mrs 11 E Wilson Mr and ll".sAflfltolJaum. {
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with
: punch Scotch scones. for the season 1910.11 to meet the requirements ot its Crowing patronage.> *
J W Burton, er ork.
II 4 I 0 Furnace:: Heat Hot and Cold Baths Electric and Gas Lights Call Bells j
I Joe S Adams Syracuse, Mrs Helen Lr _
o Daytona, Fla. 4 I Tome to the ,vaudeville Feb. 24, Rates $2.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application ?
Watkins (t'arru'ilJel',
and
0. !son Hiitiiin> r A.l.lr.lluTKI.: I.K II ";V\I.II-H.: n.tlIII (;i.\. N. .1. +
I >y,. e .7-a: ,,& NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY 15 I I o'clock Daytona theater.and bring :Mr and Mrs J J Cunningham Portland .
= ; . LOCATED. EVERY MODERN your friends. ..................................................... _
: ) K S Miliikeu. Miss
) Irs
1999999999999ilway I Maine --------- ------- ------ ------

U: COMFORT CONVENIENCE.. .. AND.. I I Jane )Milliken Miss Hazel Mil.iken. .-+............................................I.+.. 1 1a

Late arrivals at The Hamilton: include .Nashua." N H, E K Dempsey' Bulfalo. 4 :

i Steam Heat Throughout : H Lyrnan and wife, C Lyman ',I N Y, Mr and Mrs\ T J Johnson) ands "The Ivy I Lane nn" i iZ

St Augustine, Paula E Hunker, Miss:, I' >on, Mr and Mrs F S Little It I H( !

: 1 S. H. MOSELEY i Clara Sidler )Milwaukee May E Sp. r- ,I Simmons and wife. lrs David )E Fate,
r A High Grade House, catering to the most particular people. Central location. i
con, Cincinnati Ohio Mrs Walter I! KnoxvillE:, Tenn, Mr and Mrs Douglass .

I : Proprietor. .. Holmes: Connecticut, :Miss l M 1 :Milwaukee, Wis, Mrs M l F :: S3.00 and $4.00 per day-$17.50 and higher per week. :

: ""'a''M' Aillimton.Tliou-.and. I laiul I son, New 'York: Miss A B ) IJkk-1 Brend, Watertown, Wis, Mrt\ S K
I'hrk N. Y. during fcuninuT of I\ Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor |
EST mi.\ : Iiss1: D :Mason Virginia, Perkins, Charlottetown, X E Keeler, 4 ,
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Strouar, Savannah Ga C C Kilcrease, 41
s.1U...A...........I.I.I...........I.I.I.........II j'| A M Brook, Cincinnati, 0, II M Haskins -- - --
--41 Atlanta Ga, L M I Weston, Chicago, '| Bri tl.'a., J D Shatter and .9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999THE

is Daily Mrs M M Childs. New York J. C.I I wife' Philadelphia. C G Benton, Kansas 6p
.....I.I.I.UI.II.I.I.....I...........................I 'oxe, Tennessee:, L IJ Andigier, I' City. J H CowleiiVatertwry.. Ct, SEVILLE E. H. PUKDY Pro I ; .

Knoxville Tenn: D J Johnson, Miles] !! F Hitchcock, C F Harvey, Wood- t Daytona. -- Florida 1 --

I THE HAMILTON Johnson Pennsylvania, Percival LJ bury, Ct, A K Cohen, New York, t GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON. _ i
LLE Winslow, South Dakota, T P Mushier I Harry E Smith, Harry X Kiley.: Atlantic I F
Surrounded by Spacious Grounds, in the most delightful part of the City I i
: New and First Class and wife, T P Mushier, Jr, Connecticut City X J, Mrs T P Taylor The guests receive the best the markets afford in the dining room, and everycomiort "

7:40: a. m. i Mrs I M I Mabbitttf, W J O'Meaw, j' Canada. l r Galloway and tfife. Itch'" t and convenience that a hell regulated: hotel can olin to the public. 1 i i f j

. N I New York city. .John P Thorp, New | way X .1 I, 0 Williams and ui i iIl':, i 99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999The.
Id 9:00: a. Maxell: Conn W M J Williams Mr and rke
: 'I Portsmouth' Va. --- ----- -- -------- -- -- ----

8:05: p Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells Mr.li A Williams, Cleveland Oh'o.t.vlne -- .1...1.1.1.I.I.i .1 3.I.1.I.I.I...I...,......... ..I.
I ., r r1)AI
m'l i For Sale or Rent. ) II."N."L: I ,nh'' 'IL". nian.i,c-: lt.
8:50: p. Elegant Rooms, \> ith or without Baths : 1 Cl eve 1 an d. t
,, , .Hs
r : : to I'ayu.r.a's' : ?att..t \;i'ldI : Mhe hamiso.icottage and lot u ti! 1 ''ll'': LI II .1',1 .I .I atie I lli
I I \ .ii" Friday: 1.... :. flowers! fruit; and I I .IIJ.! l _: 'll""L ...1 'L.l..: d 1 I I
h g -- --- - ev.-nhew: .I:1..1 : sftrubbery. lu.II'r J W. . 1I-1Prop..
.'k .,I. I'll.'" .,} ,. .
: :." I.te;'. Peninsula Drive and Ha flax .4\"-n. I I AIRS. [I. MABBETTE Proprietor .1.I.I...I.1.I.Ast. I.1.!.I.Qda.I.1.I.Ifil.CO3.I.I.k70. I Yt.
olivine, Cincinnati, : --- Apply' to ;liiu:: ;haiu A: T"II.!: j*( ;i, 1 .1.- t.

(uisvillc and New York. n L.ltt':1;:: ;; .I,i. .'1'" I IJiu.-f:; ; ( U 1Inde *- toiia. tu-tri-tt' ".oit m........M4N H4I .11ri0i.tM ;I..NH..ooc. a ', i

_ i 8 Palmetto Avenue U\\A.fcFLORIDA Mr and \1..-, C-: .. L S ;mini, ).r ; -- + I' ',

ii I I .,ut Mrs G A Ortb Miss Ii'li8 I ENTERTAINED IN HONOROF =! THE AUSTIN i

IING' CARS i $DIIISUSU.II.1.I.I.I....I..I.I.I................ISIS2III (.Mil). lls: Emma L OnG] P I I VISITING FRIEND. Q F.tk t-

('allllJ;: ;lil">, Brooklyn.! Louts Silverluau i f: OVERLOOKING I THE HALIFAX DAYTO.NA: FLORIDA i
-- -- --- i 1lrs.lex.tI1d..r Hunl: n 'l.t.iidat :) l
;: Mrs E S Miller, N t E Whileids !
.1.I.I1.I.... .......I..I.I.....I.ISI.II her home on MiKii: >!lIi:: a: \ '-nll" |: G. W. SAN, Proprietor. tr
>: \\-\v York. Mrs KJoreiict-: I

Jacksonville, Florida .I SCHMIDTS 1 HOTEL : ,' Ciough;; .Julia M Cloush Chicago Edgar Monday William atierii W. Stones<,oii! in of ln'iir Philadelphia: of Mr I.. i|! Electric Lights and Call Bells. Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Water.999999999999999999999999999999999999I9999999999999999! I

j W Speck.: Bethleham Pa, E G i .
I. It. I'I TTIT. Pa., who with her husband and ci!h->:l
: Schmidt, Daytona, Florida : Kenmerer.YiIktsBarre; Fa, II M I | _. -- .- ''
. Henry Proprietor -- -
-
a' A. Klu. dren. is visiting relatives: this: city. -
: : 2 River mile from Atlantic Galbraith Des Moints la. E M J Galbraith. j
Halifax :
Situated
0 = on the bank of the : one Some fifteen or more Iads: w.-r- >.......*...*.............>99999999999999999999999999MRS.
Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms Cincinnati:, C G Herbert. .1 A i

: are large airy, and nearly all have sunny exposure. The cuisine and sere Whaling, Syracuse': X Y, Mrs Jauie.|' present and enjoyd an t'xc.-dill ;y I! D. J. CUMMINGS, i ,. t''
.qp_ 2 vice is admirable. Rates, $3.00 per day and up. Special rates for families : Lxkhart: Mrs Frank llodgins. Toronto ;: pleasant time. :Mr. .Burden day; a : THE PINES Pro rietress. i I
on application. fine Victrola and -f-ntertaint l tli>- .

'.i.1.III.I.I.I.1.I.I.I...............................e. Miss Cowardin Canada, Dr, Richwmd1.and Mrs (Cowardin, H EI I party with a number of selection; "*, : An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct t I M
WAN1ONS. | principally Scotch metes| i and eX. ,.1.! supervision of the proprietress I
Kmerick, Mary Jane Emerick Day .
--- ton 0, Mrs J W Robert,;, Tampa Mr l'ut'iOUD solos.Icnit: attra ti\f : 338 South t Ridgewood Avenue, DAYTONA, FLORIDA. I Y .

SI.I.................I.I.I.I.....I.I.......I.I.IIUSI. C FI Ive&. Rushford X Y, A II Brown \I and delicious refreshraeDts were Same management as the Ne Magnolia, Anbury Park N. J. I
served to add to toe pleasure of I t
: 113 South Ridgewood Avenue. : and wife I M I Goodman, Mobrtdge Sil the afternoon.Mr. / .......................eeeo......................... 1i
THE MAG'NOLIA ), Mrs H B Curran, Muss; II Huntley. =
: LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. : and Mrs. Stones expert to -- I kt _
Philadelphia Fred Smith. Bridgeton j -
:rvice, lighted by : Fretk> milk, vegetables and fruit on tbe place. Furnace beat. RATES: $2.CO per : X J, J V Demerest: and wife. lidJle- leave tomorrow morning for Ph:ilaOnIy : ,
I delphia. The Willmer The OSBORNE
in passengers 9. day add up; $12.00.per week and up. 1 town X Y, Charles:: Rhoadet and wife I

cell Cleveland O. Mrs William F Edwards W < HK\N. ft 1'11'1', I', I A. OSLORNE Prop.
I MRS. CELESTE HINKS, Proprietress. I up to date style t s ae: carried I "
three children and nurse: Warn n O. Comfortahle 1 Rooms Room Only Modern CCJlveulcu 'es z
:.................................................... I I: : at Clark's milliiu-ry store! on E.ucllcUt'ftt:: :: '!e 50c. 75c. and $1.00 pu day ( i
I Shell boat opposite 14 S.atIi: Bt.uhatrtet. : Katts Moderate" $250 to $6.00 p.r Ncck "l

and "ComTh: >- vaude\ ::1.} :and, .-.I'IJ.: : :ad the tritiiin.nii:: !s done: !>> I Steam heated Rooms II Orange Ave ,1 t
I 312 So. Palmetto'Ave I Daytona t fl a.
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I CITY HOTEL i 99999999999999999999999999999999999999999 9Q9.... : .l .
The HARLAN Lake Helen Fla. :
II THE PINES

DAYTONA, FLORIDA. : il NEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL and COTTAGES It r.. ... .. ..'.. !...r..f. ,..,.. . l.. ,Intln, do v.n' tutu' .I., .. .,.n. 1b.I ll j,;s '.u- : I f1i j !

Halifax I { American Plan Renovated and Always EnlargedManagement open New Ownership Good-Service and Management :.. ::1 ""I.. t11 (11.! .IiU;: !in.: CAPACITY. :uu..lit I 200.., I.:. ...r-ROCKLEDGE.:: ..r.in-. ,' FLORIDA,.- . KH'IK: t: \ N' !' ': !< | *1.fK {! \:' ' :I-'',';':,:; :i I(:./, :i''tarw''coin 1 !,;::f '.i IO.IIU nlltll't.11:l: ,lea.'',;:;::::;' I'I :::: ;' :,' _:c Intl ro.nn J.; i t : J I c
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1/ 11 ) I ii :t [ PALMETTO ]: HOTEL INDIAN RIVER i I ] ": ( ).\.I S4tD..\. 1 I't1NA. FJ.OJID.\. .: f ( '( 1 I Il'I

J | Well Kpown and Popular. DAYTOXA. FLORIDA. | ROCKLEDGE FLORIDA. Hotel Indian River Co. Prop j <;; ... I i iI.I
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IQNA.RTATION. Overlooking the Beautiful Halifax River. : :. : . : "
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: A Homelike : I\:' .-.I i i.:. j.'i! of' l.::.inw, ;if i'!| :i': > r _.Iu-:; : ', .. j..a\) !I.. '. : .' ." : : i stIl'lL.lis\U: : 1 E: 1s-INI\t.: ::"" I/1\ \1'.I".
[ COMPANY and Comtortablc House. First: CKiin all Respects.C. i.i.::! p. ft-ot :n.il. ry ..I::|'!''. M.! mob .i'i. 'n.i'tPLL, M ('f- I'l NI:. SOM1LR I K.I

I ,r !.; .. O. CHAMBERLIN, Proprietor .: "" .\-.:...li\.I!i.-rl: I..t". ; ; d ;'''' I."" ; t II.: . .' -u........",c.;! Ki-hn.., .!._\.. .... .II.. :.i.'i..j.. . !'ot. ;. i .I I\i\11" I r "". '11 I 1111.1.. I'.I\'I i.x-.r: 'I kutIII..-. I.. I.. ,. i. i y a

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Page Six" THE DAYTO-NA DAILY NE.WS fr

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An Artist's Joke. I II Her Parliamentary Ruling. I The Secretary '
I llolinati Hunt who began life as a I "He said lie could not help kissing! The secretary bird Is ORMOND-ON-THE-HALIFAv f
': clerk to an auctioneer and estate } I of the tuft of :\ -oJf'1
cause
you. whispered. the first congress-<< I
agent, was constantly drawing portraits [i '.;.MONDls: I 5 miles -
which much
.:1 when lie should have I been draw- I man's daughter.: "He paid: when he sat I ears i '. .:'iof Daytona. '

I! Ing up ]Ieast'>, and in his chosen pro- | besi.lo. you in the conservatory and I, ing generally! of their:adopted pens :and by : ; .-.t on the west DrltI \ TAAL I 1t 1-!

Y i fes iou be was never slow to seize the looked 1 into your eyes he was moved by I .. i the. Halifax

1 flying( ; moment. TLe windows in his an Irresistible impulse and simply, had I i 1I 1i 1-------............... "1- ".n,' location permits I : Sfrai M .
BABREEZE and DAYTONA]' room were made of ground<< glass, and to kiss you." : ... .
CHAS. F. S BEACH, two enterprising and DAYTONA he had little to do he spent' mud i > .rtinageandt
as I I
l "Did lie': smiled! the !second t.'un.l1'essman's i A'JTO mm [ I Ir i I sanitation; TOOrmond
progressive towns on the Hali- BEACH of LH time In drawing: theca: upon IN daughter: who was listening i I : I t I i <'!'vation Is sub -
BURGMANITHE fax Peninsula, are geographically\ _ -_ _
roughened surface. A !blot of ink sufficed - LuzonFOR
I and Ideal for
with some interest to the apology
one although incorporated as separate I .1 .
PHARMACY& for the body<< and some di>Iinte: liter homes.! A
made for boldness of
= thus bolus the
i municipalities. The towns parallel I ; I : Tires to fit All
pencil) strokes for the wings, and at adistance .do: bridge con ,
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the peninsula north and south the handsome cousin of the other gIrl | .. ? flW drive
REAL the deception was ierftvt.Day I : Vulcanize-, < .t" Ormond with ut'r fllllt,
for distance of from three and James F. Dobbin flew
golf
a one- "Yes. lIe !said<< It was your eyes that c"ur,.'.
i ESTATE half to four miles, and extend east ProprietorDAYTONA by day the number! increased<< and! I i won him. lie""Well I trtnond Bench.Many I .111" Iu.u"Music,.. l 11 lit the
and west from the surging seas of BEACH one morning; his employer came In. j : If your size is not : flue homes I 11m; now IItOPPID a'm. nos For
around and
he'll have ,
to come (
maintained +t
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on n.ro
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MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything Usually: I I stopped l before the window an l exclaimed the 9(111
the minutes of that will wire ether! "I BIU-:1Tux:
Carried In" First correct meeting. + prompty side of the lXX,
River the beautiful tide water : "I can't make out how It Is. ,.
FOR from Class Drug Store The eyes won It, !but the nose got It.". ',T. most of them.urroundi'd 1'111 Bocalt"
stream that sets them apart Every d.-jy hit I come into this room' in 24 hours.
SEABREEZEHUMUS Daytona with which they have close Department Our Prescription is Complete | there seem to !hp more mid more flies." -Judge.I ; flora by suhrOi1lcal and- PEAK SHOR!

communion by means of three In everyRespect I And takin:! out his handken>t''. hei | w. s. | hruhb rY', besides <'<'.-\1.1.
OPHA bridges, as well as a half-hour ferry I Not Settled! ON
HOliSEl attempted to brush them
i away. urifty orange and tilt \
service. Jones Does VULCANIZER VKITKTOORMON8
he lore ter still'Johnson
Phone 193 t!i.T citrus fruit
Phone ITl Scabreeze and Daytona Beach are -:No; her father keeps' him Cottage Ave. Repairs ."es. Once About 1:
and winter Patchwork.The MACONTHORNTON
re-
essentially summer I .
sorts and are making hundreds of'i Idea that patchwork bad! Its on the Jump all the time. ................. Ormond has manyttr'ictlonsescel Sank and Be
SONNTAG new friends every year among those; BRANCHNICHOLSON i origin In America is not founded on I r a Later Out
who desire to escape the; discomiorting & fact. A thousand years before the I ; -nt. automobiling, I Water In PIts
extremes of heat and cold, and : I fishing, safe | Three V
Christian era a queen of Egypt want and
tlng
INVESTMENTCOMPANY their hotels and boarding housesare manyli'imant >>
down the Nile to her last resting placeunder FREE I : drives
now receiving splendid patronage I VOTING COUPON.This IK IX ANY WAY The volcanotlon
FEED AND LIVERY wonderful .
a canopy of skins \t Ormond U-ach I
the most :
from discriminatingclass I.VTKKKHTKD:
STABLEAll that were dyed and pieced together In located the large I IN of whit!
of tourists. PHol I<;
II RTY
s The ocean itself with its marvelous a mosaic pattern. Years before this i is a separate vote from the nominatiujr' Ormond, and e ORMOXDORMiiXDBEAOH 1N Fillplni-s and
Ord Given
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Desirable beach, hard as macadam and I'romptUt'ntlon work had reached perfection and acquired man may be sent ii each week for eah contestant: as lesser sister, the <" Locations in smooth as a floor, is the greatest attraction n definite place among the arts. / collected. --ttoa, Inn. The "- Will Give Tour south of Man,
Careful DriversKanilllur -
i T occupies a
d any part of although earth, air and sky ..Uli Roads Then too. patchwork quilts were made I >. 'tlon overlook- KiK.inffck I Prompt ,;on. Whl'lJ IT
to have entered into a combi- .
SeabreezeomC"'I seem nation to enhance its every charm. 1 In England: In the eighteenth century, I j ;. .11,- Halifax and \ft..nUODJ smoke of rue
as witness' the lines written !by Cow- [ :utter has ltditlook
as
The beach is the famous automobilerace E. A. BRANCH I the LiinetaThe mir I

Evansville, course where every world's I, Real Estate Agent | per to n Mrs. King') upon receipt of "a 'I This coupon entitles 1 ....... ... . ........................... ..r.'I j > the mantant : natives
: straight-away record has been made, : kind present f of a patchwork quilt of beach and the I' r
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Indian! andM'nhre'ze B .ltl'h('CrtHI'\ 1 ... ftJ ARlltl[ much greater
Florida and all these records it continues to a I'4IIt'Clalt.\ her own mnklng.-'oman's Home'} .d Atlantic. tf ,

.t hold The without beach has rivalr7.a width of 300 to I- .i, Companion. I ......... ........ ...... ........ ..... .......................... ...........to lq(> Mesldesthe.') peach bro--d t II.: roo tllDIOXD Manufacturer, FL.I of I out logical till!*"formal theol! I]

500 feet and can be used from two ; ninny drives for Pure Iiome-ill de an Island from
L. BURDICK hours after uut' two Lo-irs before I SfLDfN'S I I A Mighty Man. Ii The Giz- -Ye.vs< P.ip! iliritv cnfst.. This couoon mu:: -.'i-,R"s anti nuto'M'es nod west and [
: TopLnm, the prince of Englishstrong '' '! 50AVA JEIUMAKMALADESXND
around
: tide thus of
CONTRACTOR high g-.vn.g an average DAYTONA RK\t'I ollie! bv Thurs liy. ." [P. M. .of each week und! south ri*
and BUILDERCcttagesaypeclalty' seven or eight hours for automobil- men had: knots of unifies I j ; -drlv<'"toandi lake, which I.
) ; .ng some part ot cacli. clay.Seabieezc Dry Goods Shoe,. whore the armpits are In the ordinary -i ;h groves of TROPICAL and
west
i' t I<:.stiKiHt'furnished! I Men's Correct He !III"n Ora n i{">s bjfrOUth.
and D All Work Guaranteed The la
have a petraanci: population of approximately Wear I and onmlf! inches in ciII(1t..r!! } and ,i' ; -through ruin Special Attention to
15CO. ordinances .town, fromt five foot I 'oro.!>t3 to "Hpaii.jlns ; Family Orders I tains as (It It t
Seabreue.l1orlda Sanitary i | long, place tin middle of it :
Tae "-.a.l Inn .
arc strictly calorced, stree's t land : J JThe ; driVM- to K.HInT AWAB04 AT| These mount.]
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over the back: of his iin-k and then [ NOMINATION '. ,. 1'.11 -\n".rh'l n L-:
sidewalks are well kept, and ,! torn the ends: forward until they met COUPON. : ancient ( iu: I.iunlintfaoV... : from tbe sea
V. C, GRANT ncr streets: bring opened as fast I 1 before his face. On one occasion he II i: I: y planters Imllt by of slavs Ion \ t Injtl! : A'xpof I.tlO'nI'larh.&toD graceful' swe-J

as the iacr'-:a-i j y; population dsmands. t VANDE fORD called upon a village )blacksmith and j lirst one of th'e r c >uv| >ns s rut m f illt' etch <<<- : : i. tat drivt-. to:: Lout illlla I'uria.f 2,000 to 3.nno'
PLUMBER I J.:'io it ton,t.Lom ; off almost 6h.
Beside h Mel and
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boardinghouses I ( ''ntr.'tol' tor I made of him an eu>rl.istlng; enemy by t tpicking entitles them to J." >I.I i (re"IIP,;. (On'y' 'one of these I ; .plantations of
Htraiu Hud .. almost at the |
eater there .tiId ,
i- MASON WORK
cottage up; a number of horseshoes : 'pltaahl ttl I'r",
II |
will I le
GusFUtlng1'bonu allowed l
t> each
\ contesttut.I .
modatioa for _,il inter acco-J 01 All: Kinds and snapping! them in two as easily fly I : <>n places ar- r.- Once
&>-%un. both towns. C'OIHTHt ('urbin..shidcwalks .; I If they bad<< been pine] sticks. I i ; t t .\'TOS.BI'AUII. : All the a'i-"vtjeiscf!! : Scabrceze I ! ,i tr. :I I I I! of !'&out horn hl I
FIAR1I 11.\ I J\YTONA HKAC11: nominate Mr.. Mrs or Ii..hh.h .. ............. and flow. rsa' upon
applies to lJa' :'o.ia: Beach, the two : :! A Bite and a Peck. hhh. hh. h. I ORANGESand giant rising 1\
I Hi must in-
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t towns Ix IP s aii'arly situated. I i His Wife-Tliis paper tells of a wo- I 1--! -. of tue..> the spa and
t ta
PINEHURST1't.11I I The devcLj "*, '7l* of Daytona Beach r1TZGERALDOATES j man who! suffered two weeks. from the: I ..........................of......................... ..... .. State: .... ...... i .' .:tons is at the smoke and Mtlon
lI'4ulaj1r1.t i has been li-1;, .!, i'Linormnal as its a effects of a mosquito bite. Her Husband I .'1110' i(.'rt of t he GrapefruitBest Is that I tl
!sister en th-j !tv:th, aud each year ] -That's nothing. I know a man j i :i/iX and known crater of tin,]
1 I Daytona Beach there ii a substantial growth. The 'I who has suffered for years from the i a candklatd in The Gaielte-Xews contest. l '()undr.v... It Grown higher than
(;
Mt.
fCIon
1I.Io'rll ('onvt'lIlun.s. Angus.
RialeaRensowhle. great sauJ tiroes here been leveled ,, effects of a henpeck.-Chicago :News I i I !' of the tlnest tine.AiitonoMleHo It One da;
and handsome homes have been i LAWYERS I II i -rovOa the ',| lo Mllei[ eruption Th:

l\\n. W. n. Freeman built for both: winter and all-year- Your Vocation. I I I Nominated: by................... ................... ......... ....... ... }! .u"t of Klorl- linTEL North UllMOXD of .I and the sea
Vroprletor Daytona, Fla. ':id I i- amid vryi
round occupancy. It Is, well for' a man to respect his j( II I i .. -(-urrounlln crater (until-
I - own \ocntion. whatever it Is, and tn'' I I Beed, Knox lie* I many rears

J e Ihlnk himself bound to uphold. it and II j j I of ....... ..................................................... 'State................... 1 mlol.ro\:> i\; ton'i-!1'4 uint on Deed Com al"lnr tlon (In (II:.|
**************************'.*.***.***.*.***.**' **.*** I to( claim for !t the respect" It deservesCharles ;:iHtiro: : ....!. I r..w 1"o-om e I there tons (1

! | Promptly executed at ::1I -. Dickons. I While it i i3 not necessary that a coupon be used it ted loin mi.|
Fine J Job b cilitate tires ga '"> i
Printing g matters\ to send one for each contesiant. Under
I Gazette News Office. Smoothing Irons. I or Ifoomt.oorname i|
' : If your irons become rough and cumstances: will the nominator'name be divulged.The Finely executed for t(1<<'

F 7 sticky wash in WITIU =* uat-r, dry Gazette-News at I cansThis
o.ipj Contest Printing
alai.orsU 44*...**.a-u4YYrlXxJ< ..y..... .it V YX4.44 Ianag
and rub with
I emery |tai or. this office. was t'
Spanish foil i
stream ran i<<
- towns of Tall

r"v.W 'rWNNNiNUNVNr"NN/NNM '! IWir \ Pl.Yr\V.V', I IIrV''r.'' I IW"NrW..rr.r coming a port of from' cal!

was CaYAAYflay built atj

which was t|
laBors andvessels <<




Choice Port Oraoe River [ root Property n.merely on clflc.Dut their Volcano the sleep JrCln/ (on f'



for a might]
when the r''


;e Fronting a clear stretch of river; no marsh. Ridgewood Avenue and New Smyrna of beard fancied ship the until most revert

Road on two sides. River road and street on other two sides came most ,.'he'rrlt;I:'


Improvements being made on all sides of property. cnno The s.,,ar

three,t t-. r
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RIDGEWDOD AVENUE
tins 11 ".
Of I.al I..
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I.I t : vol*"*a'n .
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'lEI Auld l "it ,-

!, I: CO. iiv.:] found<< r f I I II The na "
i the lake ,t i

I 13 : I bad eruj wmtasl>fl l lble
12 11 i 10 1 '

;: Attractive terms will be made o I : 1 i 1 PRICES: Of RtruJrltlp Ol.J BfOfbnlldlnc h-J,


to anyone buying to build on i Lot 1 200x346 Gently des
z $1,100. edge of :
of these lots. the terra,

any I I I i : Lots 3 and 4, 79x346;each, Cr

These prices will be maintained 3 i $750 for both or $400 each. the The voiran Spa i


for thirty days, but we Z I I I I Lots 7, 8, 9 10, 11 each Is tip readily Its Rld

I odor of an

reserve the right ,to raise them : i, 79x346, $300 each. the from smokJi l!
the
after that time. o j Lot 12 100x346 br1lUantlog
: j $350. ..:. cliffs

1. 2 . !i 4 ;! 5 I'I Lot 13, 100x346, $400. They greatlot are

aDd are r.
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; ; I EE- ii I C ,7] crater rather. th.'I.

descent n]

coverer
spark$ ,
HALIFAX RIVER divisiontire. .

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Address E. F. StDClI.

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{ THE DAYTONA DAILY SEWS Pac Seven


I ft miles ..: d. / .- j Jam." Mr. James is a strong tariff re- -- ;_ _

>aytonatbe west, D ri 1 t" IS NOTED j ductlonlst. De has aerved in congress! I
rIVe THE I Steel Ski Hill In Wisconsin
liie Halifax .. : eight years and was a member of the IfS t l
lie location \ 'I Plnchot-Balllnger committee In the i Us for Property

I a permits Straight + old days be was one of the attorneys Towers Into the Air 118 Feet ]
ERUPTIONS 1
|inflation linage and TOOrmond ( F FOR 1 for Governor GoebeL I I : .

; I I Andrew J. Peters Is the New England .
Ion Is sn < t I.
ideal for member of the committee. lIe 1 Is .

lomes. A i thirty-nine years old. born in Boston. t 1V I : We have some of the Lest properties at Seabreezeand :
Idge conIInd Terror to educated In Ilanard. was u member 1.
trva fWdrlves Luzon 0 Volcano Filipinos .
nond with3ach. (+t'.'r that flew golf i ( of both houses: of the Massachusetts! I : Daytona Beach. Let us know your size :
courts .Mulott"at the legislature and has been In

Ine homes nut I ma> house now" stopping 11 8.m! For Centuries Past. years. He Iinn! attorney ronrressfour Is of : and we can fit you. :

(talned on just ticrov the good family both by birth! and .
Wit7 mar
lit .
la of the BKKTTON I>j{. '. .
COL. Bon riage. tMS motley and soda: I i*>xition i V1Ji .
at of them ir .
k d by iubI SftORN"" BY EARTHQUAKE\ and I is averse to much speaking IV : f .
I flora and PEAK | ters voted with Fitzgerald on the Cannon : e

r.besldesJrange UALI.ON : rules, but supported( nearly all I I EDMONDSON1

and OR WRITE TO amendments for tariff: > reduction I "t-: i

ftrus fruit "One About 15,000 Feet In Height Itt ; WInfleld Scott Hammond is the man a I. ; II .

MACONORMOND .":t Sank and Became a Lake and During j I who beat the- redoubtable James T I I .NNN..........NNN..NN NNNN.esN..N...0.0.0I
II
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t has
manyi \, Later Outbreak Reappeared Fro-ns i McCleary Ilammoud L* nearly forty- I

i-excel.omobiling*, THORNTON f s; a Water In Present Form-Noted For I eight has: been. a graduate of Dartmouth and I I 1..ieisi.i;r.r.r.r.r.r.i.r.1 ..........E..a...........
a high school principal( : county .
jxtng. safe 1 Its Three Varicolored Crater . .
|and many : attorney state normal school director : The HANDPROPERTY : : Do you want to buy or :

irlres. IK IN ANY WAY J The volcano of Taal. \\lie recent eruption I and a member of congress for four .
|ond Beach INTERESTED years. He made the speech nomlnat: X rent t property In
of which killed many hundred I : : :
the large IN PROPERTY I I lug Governor Johnson!' for president In Xt !
pond, and ORMOND OR IN i Filipino! and destroynj several towns 1908 Mr Unnmond"ohd for prac I f ::: Daytona? :

j sitter, the ORMOXDBEAOH and village lies about thirty tiules tlcally all tariff reduction amendments t .

linn. The He Will Give Your lOath of Manila.-ou: the i island of Lu In 1000. I : SILVER BEACH : : We have the cheapest :

tuples a Business Prompt j F yon When It Is sjxnnily:;' active the J .1 I : and the best : '
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oerlookbas -
| Original Anti-Cannonite.I .
,and Attt'ntioniUfax f'- smoke of the volcano cm be seen from I' .
as Its the Luneta drive at Manila. I j Dorsey W. Shackleford Is the origi- : Extending from : S $7S)0() buys one of the best residence r
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(be magnl ., :: The natives say the volcano, was once nal autl-Cannon. man in .the bOU :: River to Ocean : : on Ridgewood Ave. Completely :
ch and the having scored' 'Cannonl m' E.1 furnished and located F
more : on
J A CARNELL 1 .. much greater than It la! now The geological : : :
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five :
[antictb formation of the bears years ago: Shackleford I Is corner tot. Call on Or
country
:
| < brosd, ORMOND, FL.J J t seven years old. was educated In the : FOR SALE OR:RENT : .
.out this theory The volcano Itself I Is I .
"icb thire l
Manufacturerotdrives i public schools, has! been prosecuting .
for C, an Island from flto eight miles east M. L.
Pure .
Home-Made attorney and Judge- and has been In Waggoner
i gf
and uuto- f } and west and t ten to fifteen miles! north ; #* &&, : : i
: i congress nearly twelve He * I : BINGtlAM & THOMPSON
% *
CUAVA JELLIMARMALADES years. V ; : 5 : r
bound Or.tvestoand I aDd south rising out of the center of a : voted for practically all tariff reduction /V : Office People's Slate Bank. :
[ l lrovi AND. f lake, which Is about twelve miles, east I. : .
,, 's of TROPICALtranges r': end west by fifteen .miles north and I amendments i.r.r.r.8..r.(.r.r.r.r.r''' .r.r.r.r.r.r.r.r.k.r.r.r.r !
William Hughes: Is the advocate of c
; PRESERVES .
outh. The lake lies In u ring of mountains I cf
[ough the labor cause In the house. lie .
; trop- Special Attention was I
to '
as if It were, the flpor of n cniter. ' .. ,f
|* to Kpiin- HlOHIt.T umlly AWADIM Orders T, r These mountains start up gradually: born In Ireland is not quite thirty 'itWNir'r'r.W..W.W.. ..WirVr'Wr' .'rVr.. ...Wir.CONRAD.OATfS
drives to
; i nine years old. served in the
Spanish
lun-Am 'rloi i
: from the sea level and curve In
n
(nt Came- up E
iro.ltiunitntraoxL'rao1)y : war. Is a lawyer and has been In
slaves West, In.llix JoXf'I'hl.r : graceful sweep until they are from i t congress MEIUCANS are beginning to show almost as much interest in ski touriiameuts -

of long tlon-<'hurl:ston;. 2,000 to 3.000 feet high and then drop six years. Mr. Hughes voted as Is shown in Norway, from whence the sport comes. Already I REALTY TITLE
TouUlnna I I' ir l.a < : consistently for a downward revision
dns to is po-Utlon.Nt.Louu i I' off almost sheer to the lake, which is i of the tariff. there are six "ski hills" in this country, the longest!' and finest rI _

(tatiuns of almost at the sea level. j having Just been dedicated at Stoughton, WIs. This "hill" is reallyan
i Francis Burton Harrison Is a member -
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Incline supported on steel towers. The platform at the extreme top Is IIS
ic' s i are re- Once a High Mountain. i of the- present ways and means AND INSURANCf CO. INC.
feet from the ground and the slide drops at a steep Incline a distance of 207 I(
|i tb< tntrrouthern- 80IHOVE Evidently before the eye of mmer committee. He is thirty-seven years I
which Is fifteen feet above the ground
feet to the "bump" or jumping place, ,
fazed upon It Taal was a towering i i old a graduate of Yale was an adjutant
II I 1'10"1." ORANGES t giant rising: 10.000 or 1:>>,000 feet nl ove general in the Spanish war. ( The platform is seventeen feet higher than any other ski hill ever constructed

lu. inoitln- ( the sea and pending out Its fire and dldate for lieutenant governor of 'au'l and the slide is also steeper than any other in existence- The Jumpers who CONRAD BLOCK 'PHONE 128 1 z

of tuese sealnatiatthe smoke and ashes The native tradl ; York and has been in congress have the temerity to slide down this icy Incline will attain a speed of seventy

||i I"s of the Grapefruit- |1- lion Is that the lake was originally a ,: years. lie voted for most tariff reduction 1 or eighty miles an hour, and after leaving the "bump" will fly 140 or l.r:.0 feet

uiJ known r. crater of fire with walls: many times : amendments but was with the I through the air to land in a pile of soft snow The American record for ::1 i

I.TO; ,'!', It Best Grown i higher than those that now surround I Republicans in the rules fight !' Jump is 140 feet, while the Norway record is 1GS feet The cut shows tht We beg to offer the following

\tho Jln.st Grove on Autoriol'tleItO.'il Ht.Augustine : f t IT it One day there came a terrible I I "Claude 1 Kltcbia Is a brother of Gov- : new hill at Stoughton with a ski Jumper in flight In the corner. i
'' from list of
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ovraoathe 1DM11 'J : eruption The walls of the crater sank: ernor W \\ Kitchiu of North Carolina. ---- --- --
;
40' k'lorl. JlOT rhf1 XD and the sea rushed }n and filled) the :: I Is forty-two years: old. a college '' .......................................... i
| n lilt."pry . crater forming: the .present lake. For graduate lawyer and has b ,en In : r. property:

:'rounJlng. Deed Knox rn'' .. F- many years! there was no other erup--J! the house for ten jears He Is one of : I
"+ve It on .
I
|on,'silnt Deed Company} tion. In place of the- crater of fire the wittiest speakers in congress and
t
rood neLO'\ I'os'offl'I I there was: a beautiful: lake that emitted I a consistent tariff revisionist I VaudevilleCarnivalNEW I II I
loud Mlmhlln_R. so tint: the nn"Hves I A. Mitt hell Palmer Is a I'euristUanla iiI house on Volusia avenue, four bed. '

., gave it the nnne: of Pom-bom. Quaker who is serving his nr.>t room and bath, five rooms On first '

or Boom-boom which is ,sti'l' : the native ; term In congress He is thirty-nine floor. r

Finely ex- name for both the lake and the volcano. years old. a college: graduate, a lawyer DAYTONA

Printing ecuted at and believe la lower tariff' I FEB.f B 24 ( 25 I II No. 10?-$1,300, five room furnished ;;

this office. This was the condition in which the { Spanish War Veteran. THEATER house, one acre of land, Holly Hill,

Spanish found It. Where the little I Iatreaul Cordell Dull has been In the house! I I Ii I fruit' tree..
ran out the Spanish built the i'
j{ four years, prior to which he was a I I No. 119-7 acres land, 300 ,
towns of Taal and Lemery. Taal was orange
Spanish war captain and a judge He ALL THE LATEST ATTRACTIONS
a port of call for all Spanish galleons I i i iI peach and persimmon trees, 6 room ..,.,
Is forty years old and believes: lu tarIff ;
coming from Mexico. A great churchwas ; dwelling, $2,000.No. .
for revenue Advertisers' March :
built at Taal for the Virgin of I | :
Choice B Ilandell Is not a friend of I I 103-$3000, five acre bearing
Cay nYf&&Y ,(pronounce It kay-sl-sl), i' Gypsy Tent :
Senator Bailey In Texas, but he is a j grove, South Ridgewood.No. .
which was the special patron of the
i iveeeels I good deal of a man for all that. He is I I Captain Kid's Treasure Chest
tailors and was always saluted by the I
fifty-two years old an ardent tariff rt"I j 105-$7,500. new house on
going to or from the islands :
former has been In ten Laughland
congress years RiJgewood avenue.
on tbelr long voyages across the Pacific
... .if& i and Is already a member of tbe ways j With Thousand Pockets.
:.i' I The Woman a I II
and means committee. >! No. 106-$1,200, two large, deep

"Volcano'Emerge From Lake. i I William Gordon Brantley is! the single i i'' Baby Show lots on South:) Ridgewood.

rty But the giant of the volcano was '! one of the fourteen who believes ;, :I Rebecca at the Well i Ia i :'

merely sleeping and gathering: strength {i In protection on some things one of ; No. 120- acres land, 100 orange tc

for a mighty struggle. One morning ., the things being lumber, in which his!: j : i trees, truck land, 5 room cottage-

'when the priests uere{! at mass they district abounds lie is fifty-one years j I'' 1000. '

beard reverberations thunder, but ]I old. a lawyer has been !lu congress 'I Candy Flower and Fancy Booth. I -

fancied it was the salute of a passing: ; fourteen years and is a member of tbe i,j I'' .,. No. 107-$2,200, five room cottage

chip until it was followed by a series present ways! and means: committee Music and Refreshments.ADMISSION : Daytona and Cypress streets, large
of the terrific Then i
most ea rthquakes :Most of the fourteen are young men I : lot.
came the great eruption one of tho and are ardent tariff reformers. Looksas _
most terrible in the history of the vol No. '03-$1,500, small bungalow,
startling happen> CHILDREN 15c.Gicn
if something may 25c. r
cano. to the Payne law in the next eichteen I i iI West Magnolia, lot 50x150, almost
The Spanish records tell- that for
new.
three months under the auspices c' the! Civic Dej t t i the Palmetto I -* -.:
days the lamps had to be lichtedall ;

day in Manila When the eruption) GINSENG IN WISCONSIN.Valuable Club' for the benc t oi l the Island Park Fund S :ssy No. 110-$2000, truck farm, 7'' :3 :: t

was over the present volcano: hid: es acres cleared, 2 acres tiled, house
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thrust<; its head a thousand feet ante N t
Asiatic Medicinal Plant Is .".HOe".O i QOtI 'x J\7tWPaIIRbl "9 tati9 gllt. se- and barn. ie: 1
the surface of the l-kc: and :a miml ('r -:

of lesser enters dinted; their heads: Cultivated Successfully. = No 111_$9000, one of the best t4-a '
-F I-ation of piuseiij. the plant etM
The cult : (
above the water'! line This time the and stillexceedincly homes :31 Ridgewood, furnished, large w I {
once worth Us weight In gold 1 '
volcano had chinped to water volcano: I lot, garage. .
valuable. is a flourishingindustry ;:
and It was thus! that: the Aiueruans! it's New Book :tM I Ir
found It when they took the Wands. lu the vicinity of Antigo. Wis a No. 116-$2,000 will buy a mca III-a ; + -

I !The natives had built cities around The plant is of Asiatic origin and high I F it's a Souvenir Novelty! ,. home; five rooms and bath; hot '"r j
1
the lake and the luiuriant vegetationhad ly esteemed as a medicine extraordinaryyremedy being uui it's something in Stationery and EngravingCALL : and co; >d water; electric lights; connor V
vereally regarded as an
wiped out all traces of the terri- : I lot. "
:
ble eruption save here and there a bit for many diseases but particularly -=
of old wall where largo for exhaustion of mind and body : .
stone some No. 123-A bargain at $3,600, Palmetto
building had stood told of the giant'sttrnggle The plant which is a native of Chinese ON OR WRITE Ji i r, 1-
avenue, 3 bedrooms, bath, completely ;I
The town of Tallsay. recently Tartary. has a stem from one to furnished, good condition. 1
destroyed was built at the very two feet high long five fingered leaves; .1

$ JJOO. the edge terrible of the power lake* as of the If in volcano.defiance of a which long are terminal quite smooth stock. and The umbels fruit on I is { The H. & W. B. DREW CO. valued Houses at exactly$6,500. alike in same rOil ,, 'r


>x346 a each Crater Is Varicolored.The : succulent, with two or three leathery -tIll:: A. 25 acres near city limits; 15
seeded cells.Americana .
:
Spaniards obtained sulphur from one : acres fenced and in cultivation; 6- t.

[00 each. the volcano and left a very fair trail' Active at Shanghai. 45-49 W. Bay St. JacksonvilleAND ;:: room house and barns, $2,000. Y { r

up Its side. The trip up the volcano 1 1
Is readily made. As one climbs the I Only WO Americans reside at Shanghai B. Lot on Ridgewood in Holly I___
0 11 each factors in ___
but they are energetic '
,
odor of sulphur becomes stronger and Hill, 150x309, $500. t ( '- j _
the foreign settlement numbering 13. YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY! AND -
the smoking cliffs are seen. The view ;
. from CStX) The natives number 483,005 SATISFACTORILY C. 15.acre hammock grove; trees I y"
the edge of the crater is most'
The British total 4.4C5. Japanese old and full
brilliant '' seven years in bearing;
To the south are the smoking -
$350. cliffs which constantly send out ,, 8.361 and Portuguese 1.195. :: near railroad west of Kingston, $3,000 ;=
,.
great clouds of white sulphur fumes. .
Australian Apples For America.At : D. PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL: '
$400. They are gray and white with sulphur We are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin : -
I a conference of the Australian FOR SALE; CENTRALLY LOCATED i z
nd ,
& are constantly rumbling and hiss-
Fruit Growers' Interstate associationat China and Orangewood New and
ing like the escape of steam from ; WELL FURNISEHD; CAN
Hobart.: Tasmania, it was practically
SHOW PROFIT OF OVER $2,500
many engines.!"
Exclusive Novelties.
decided to arrange for shipment of
Directly below one are the craters. or. LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH-
from WAI\ () to ICOXHO cases of applesto
rather, the three divisions of the main I TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS.- ..
New York In 1911. I
r
El::1 crater. The walls are a brilliant Iridescent : I :: $13,000 ON EASY TERMS. .fli i r -.
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like cinnabar ----- --- .r
red-very much ------- 1Ia. rF i ;x

covered with greens and yellows, "I ...............................................................................; ""'1..M E. Small cottage on corner lot on l I ' e-

sparkling and shining The northern i Ridgewood; lot 100x150; fruit trees, :

division of the crater is the most active. -i i The New Excursion Steamer : well $800 on easy terms. t i ; T

It is called) the white crater and SOUTHLAND .,. .

constantly glvVs off steam and sulphur : TO THE PICTURESQUE TOMOKA CABIN ?. ;. / a

smoke. .. .,, \Ve', have some very attractive river front property VfI d
Just south of the white crater I is! the

MPANT blue crater This rater is not so active. i DAILY I X CUR :.S ION S : m Port Orange that can be sold on reasonable terms w: TIItr 1 1M ,

It Is I a light blue In color and *. --- -- - --- - ./5l.

constantly ail,n* off su"rLur smoke.I J ,\n Lit gau1; 1 H, ,tt ;..r I 1.1;i _:tnt 1 I'I *.1,'j!'. t-1:1't i: -, -\ I vU I I.;"ird -. .i'a'" I. .', : :' !Cl I, \ .'n : -= and at low prices eft: +I ,

Beyond both craterU tLe yellow en: I .MlMnlmiCoiMi, 111t ton >. \t thf' Yll.uLlr>1 1 1': .i; SI 00 the Round Trip. '-M III .-.---
:
ter. This is a sea,of yellow mud constantly . - .

J bolllnz: and buM.line: After : DAILY TIME( SCHEDULE : : We have a general insurance agency and p t I

an waves earthquake of mud: over the yellow its binkOn crater send the : I.I:<.:ivU i > : I'n.. :;.;:a.''i 1' nJ.e;:-, ,I''l 1'u,;'i ,.,...t."I"\i:: It. :>i:/ :t.: ::. I I.: :::: : = :1'I,:!:;...;.::..!.! '. .' : !a : ... . ': :':':; + : <5 can insure against almost everything except #

+ east side of the crater the wall rs . It'tuu: : *o I'nut to t.t.qe;, 1"k" 1':1-tllo.' : ,, ;) ..il /n I.:'. I:. .. :
:
-- and
frost
taxes.tl
.
sheer VO( to SI O feet and I is bnl- >s I
as
liantly colored as the walls of the smi'l!I CHAS. F. BURGMAN, Owner f:. :.::.T' ,";':. :": ,: ,: :,; SEABREEZE, FLA. t. ".. ..3 M1

interior craters I .... ....... ............................. %JJIJ IIIIJJJIIIJJIJIIJIIJIIJJ.JIIJJIJIIJJIIJllll'> .l
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liThe Bike Man," says: Better pay SOc. for a WST: FVU CE tTRAi. ieRihfI: ....
GENE JOHNSON PHONE 142-2 RING...
NI Ills Page EI h. Bicycle Beil than cough ap S2.00 for TtoUtioa; of f the law' t'l
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ri !., Auto. Scarfs and Veils a i i Please New Ordinance Obey the i ii .i I rBARNES:. THE NOVELTY, MAN... a::.8 1 I-R ga acIy.M zieDRESSES.liI +++ Freezingin THE Fair WI tc'


H !r'"!''N; **ition-: r\. : n.1-eh.o1upplr! + north
.
r ge R ::I 'lull, -rph-. ---sing \let.in.! '
. .. .. .. tonight!
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Tvi!"''M-it-" 1'1'1",1| \ iw .ra : .p
a a 'n.:. rv. Ft-htr./ T.-K!I. To.u. : ../ I
Nanticoke Tomato S .t.a; .. 0 We have just opened up our'new line ofReadytoWear 4 4. + 4- *
Sheppard's
: e e .
Just received another shipment of Auto Scarfs, II"II"I
: Ordinance seems to have been i- : I BARNES ; Dresses. : }
: Veils Veiling. This is the largest assortment we : 0 nored by the Mayor. If his honor r I --
: does not care to enforce we will o 2 WI'\''. al.4, fniisi- our Plcturf/ f r-! : : -
r : have ever shown. Call before the popular shade : be compelled to ask the assistance : \air!! l."IIII.no| r in iHTfi Inhari: "'ii 0Olll' If ,.;" r- :.K>kin" .<-r a !wir.jaiii .<.. our $'-. J.iiMiiese,; (*IIU Kitm.no.I '' Sixth SeaRED !
5 *'on\.uu."tb'rT.MJ.anoi.! I
\ : r'palr; .
of the Marshal iIII : i-'nut..r !'i.si'iiIn Ii I-
: are sold. Prices are ri"ht. : : aillllht I Ih.:0"-invtlnn: "n that>':want "-.111 on\\ ..
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e.N e. -- -- .. .: StlPP 1[ ARD'S GROCERY[ !. .: BARNES .: i I The Chas. E. Gardiner Co. II

THE PECK-HENDRICKS COMPANY e.o 5 THE NOVELTY MAN :
: :
: West End of Central BridgeCrystal : ... r.SIO. -- _
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OUR WHOLE TIME IS : ,'' :: Home Grown :

t Theatre DEVOTED TO | : e -- e.
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usementS] ---- _ _ ._-u __ __-_ :. P Produce. LORIM

I Bicycles }i iI iz : -
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.f I .
I) eb With a complete shop and compeJ .

NEW tent help we can do the most I : Fruits and Vegetables
)4.c I I : BELIEVED H H'CAN
lit I'.1J satisfactory work. Alwas Fresh ;


//A-7c DAYTONATHEATRE i GRAHAM THOMPSON O\ i I II I :. J. W. Ball & Son U 1 t


( J High-Class Opposite the Yacht Club : : No. 237 North Beach St. 'Phone 5S
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s: ; rH Motion Pictures I II II TWO CASES[ IN I MAYOR'SCOURT \ W. M. SHAFFNERReal Al


I THIS MORNING i Estate and ILLINOIS ri rti r|

H THURSDAY NIGHT I \ v>"'
I Fire Insurance
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H. MARSHALL GARDINER AND B. I .uaispe ..,;
122 South Beach StreetCHILDREN'S .. '
"Old Love Letters" F. FAIRCLOTH FINED FOR VIOLATION -1 ___ ___ +. 0, o
.. r this ii--''" U<*-
"""" -;:;-
I OF CITY VEHICLE OR '/ tu. IUU'.O U.

and ._..,.."_..,>, ,.:, W, 0>t.,,. -
Open Daily at 2:30: DINANCE. .. : ." '''':':'''':- ..nl 'a' UUuti'o I.

"A Bachelor's Party"PRESENTED I ::if.'f' : ::'::'. ( i aaf'Fretu :
---- -- - --
--- - - - here were two cases in the may ,: ,. '. ::",:..1.. ,
. -::,; : > tiN
litill1' or'? court this morning both for inirmuemeut I, -: ..;'!,"" .-:;:
BY \ l .VICUVGOOD IIlI'IL .. ,.", .' li 1'-,aiD I |
i of the vehicle ordinane .
t a.fl.; tt -
Helen-Leslie Bates andThomas I of the city. -=;:?> -o-; '' a... i) nit "
I II L Marshall Gardiner was fined *;<

Wade Lane mm" FOR PASSAGE ASK POWERS r TO INTERVENE I and costs, for exceeding the speed i EYES deuio.{: \ cx,.'iJ-.. .t;- i

hunt while driving bits! car on South I
ASSISTED BY Cannot be too carefully safeguarded the seas: '

Fourteen Daytona Young Ladies. !: OF CANADIAN RECIPROCITY[ TO STOP TROUBLE IN I I Ml and Ilidxeuood U. Faireloth avenue Sunday paid $1 afternCOl1'j: : for they :iluixe but one pair to lasta doubtful Senators) I
lift:> ime. If there are indications
Inc having his wagon headed the
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of anything wrong with your child's vote agauuatFletche :
Vaudeville Friday Night 8:15. Prices 25c 35c. 50c I PRESIDENT'S THREAT OF EXTRA AMERICAN AND BRITISH GOVERN- wrong way.'Seven I eyes bring him or hr and I will fit and I
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S ida r. U'I."t'1
t I them with Glasses to correct the (
SESSION HAS HAD EFFECT OF MENTS ASKED TO INTERFEREIN passenger car to let and I ..... .
house..1\
trouble. If medical tr itment is nee-
I <1 automobiles stored at reasonable!:
I WHIPPING CONGRESSMEN INTO I SLAUGHTER OF SUSPECTED' rath5. SARATOGA INN GARAGE. I eS&iry I will tell you so. him tennis nTRIBOT

- I LINE. j i REVOLUTIONISTS.I : Rhone 11:. tf Dr. Neville H. Clark
1 1j I
When You Are in Town 1
j WASHINGTON. Feb. 21-The Canadian Al' PRINCE, Feb. 21-The. HELEN LESLIEBATESTO
Optometrist
reciprocity agreement has a foreign powers have been asked to APPEAR HERE AGAIN.
Cull and examine our methods and consult us upon terms. We invite inspection distinctly better chance today of becoming I intertere in Ilayti and step the Helen Look I for the Sign of the EYE.
Leslie-Bates and ThomasWade
and believe in a thorough accounting by all hanks to the public ;I than 1 i I
? a reality ever before. slaughter of suspected Revo utioaists -- -- --
r and their l patrons of the bank affairs. We believe the strength of our resources The threat of the president to call an by President Simons and the govern: Lane will (present at the Daytona I -
HOUSE PAJPRIATION
J and the stability of will Opera hoase Thursday, February I 'I I
our management appeal to you.PEOPLE'S .extra session which neither the republicans went
I 2:;. the
I well-know light coiued, t
__ nor democrats want, !I Doth the American; and British i
"Old Love
I Letteis, by Itronst-ii' ]
.coupled with arguments and persuasive government have been asked to intervene i I GREEN GOODS
Howard, the famous who1also
: playwright, TLE SHIP
STATE BANK | powers on the recalcitrant lienators as a protection for their sub- wrote "The Canker's Uaughtt' i,

!. and represtntathes, has practically jet.ts"Warning I -- EIGHT HC|
t "Shenandoab.::> and "Ari-tocracv.: .
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. won the fi.?ht. 15usinej-r; is
"Old Love Letters" was one of the I
being rushed to (':ear the calauder from KnoxIl'.1SIIINGTON 't \\ VSH"Nt;
I Ii masterpieces, as pktytd by the late | We
1'n h..Ilt.M.I..I.L\O'I. : :'; U. t'a,//II"r. :M. t. t' VltlKKVu : and obviate the necessity: for an extra Feb. :Zl-Se.retaiy i are tarrying a complete' were oat t |
--.1V.--.UI -ut.u.lt..iE.1\11X: :.;. M I.. W.\t;'.Uo.rI:.; : Agnes Cootn. Miss Leslie Wits a : line of Green Grtx-eries, in- got *
:
-.essioa.; In the senate only Heyi of State Knox today sent warning i I 11 n us<2>
personal friend of hers: and held the
_ In --. : i bum. Cumuiirib and Hale remain ohtu..e to the: government: of Ilayti cautioning original copy as prayed by her as a'' dudillJ, : Thtaou:,i
j and it is believed will appII> L
they soon it not to inflict :such severe punishment -
j be whiiped{ into lire for the agree- :; on the Revolutiont: as to prompt book. I 011$','w.' .'11
Miss Leslie was the original Gertrude ;
I' Golden Wax Beans .
-7 i meiit.j increase the present reign of terror. for nu. :
in "Sheuandoah! and to
--- I tb us KDOIISEP> ncou.u.
j t"tht'r'itb Henry Miller played it I Green ,
SAME
RESULT Beans
SHOWN i ij
*"
j 1 will sell{ '" .n I:
new Ford touring car "
throughout the South when it"a I , .
j ON THIRTIETH
AND BALLOT. i-l'eap. I I'r. P. R. itenue.t: It to!" ,11
j ALIJAXY.: N. Y.. Feb. :1M: -The :SOthi produced. Her personal acquaintancewith I CucumbersCauliflower

i joint ballot for the election: of a Gen. G. Ceauregard. and Gen. i

t tI I & Z TJ United States senator showed no:: BURGLARS BEAT T OP WOUN) ; William T. Sherniin and Phil Sheridan - I'

,
all of whom
change from previous re.Milt-. !i figured! in the stoiyiof I

I I Miss S. McCouito of Pittsburg.I I; Remember we keep everything it'! I GET $$3OOOWORTU r OF GEMS.I "Shenandoah." leads interest and j Tomatoes TO
I Pa., a season guest at the Uennett.; ladies' and gent's wearing apparel: I TO VOTE ON LORIMER many !pleasing antidotes she can relate !

t I is entertaining her t> ster. :Miss KatjMcCombs. at the Bee Hive North Beach St. 37t II I IN SENATE TOMORROW. of her acquaintance with ihte I

: c'f HoiuxPoint.. I I WASHINGTON.::> Feb. 21-A \ote on ENTER APARTMENTS OF WOMAN now historic uien. As the Southern PeppersThey LORD LAN :

,: Everone who Ls to take part in the Lorimer cas will probably' betaken IN HOTEL, BIND AND GAG !!t'roilleJiss: Leslie was ideal, beinga j
Remember the carnival date Feb. I the Trade"" march for the carnival I in the senate tomorrow, at the I Virginian by birth: and tradition. HE WILLTION < |
S\ 2;. must be present for filial rehearsal II conclusion of Lorimer's speech in I! HER AND ESCAPE WITH THE The entertainment to be given on I are Always Fresh.

I Ii i .-- -- I Wednesday morning at U a. m., at his own behalf. Senator BUrrow I JEWELRY. the :::d will be of the best quality I TOT ]

I I. T. Moore and Harvey Uracey the .\nuvr}'. Do not fail to be- there. served notice he will ask for a final U T n ONI ,
swapped lauiVhes yesterday and today vote at that time. NKAV YORK. Feb. :21-Two welldre Foil SALE-Launch .Vxlalme. 7''I.! !
..,
1 t' are engaged in transferring: their I Money to loan on good security. vd men entered the: apartmentof \ !by ;Jt:ti ft., ]ly h. p. Fay & Dower en- DAYTONACOLD I L.- II v

I 4' engines which were not included inthe I II Fitzgerald & Oates. tf GEORGIA RAILROADS i Mr..1.! W. Crooks in the lanj Siii'J.; .Milkmaids bi"<&l >'aid. .l'i-i-l; ( : 101 i 0;, *

I trade, .Mi-Donald's! boat yard. I MAKE BIG EARNINGS. j I II 'ortlalu.lt hotel early this morn;tin. STORAGE CO.R. Ii' ')1)C

{ I I Mrs. Peter Dobbins, of Daytena ATLANTA, Ga., Feb. 21-Tin; net bound and gagged the wooian and ,t.! .. '"

I .WANTEIV $1,000: on first Beach, who bas been visiting a daughter -I earnings of the railroad: in Georgia I robbed her of $1,00''onl1 of j-.vel l- | D. JOHNSON, Mgr L.. "

Address X this office. mort'j' in Jacksonville for some weeks,' during the past year were ?l.".,SSitO: : ry. ,j l. ,
gage. returned home today accompanied by: the largest in the history of the Mrs. Brook showed tight and! w.i- ; L; g' ; 1.i 1.. .'.1 -.l: ll..it'is
I badly beaten by the robber, Live ,
h Arthur :\h'Voua.dent! to Ormond her son James Dobbins The latter state These figures show an increase w homade Long { j 4 "' I Ih..u aNEW >

k this morning with the cabin launch has been employed at Jack.on.Iiss.: ., over the previous year of their escape with the gem>. ..
I and reached Jacksonville:: in time to J2.6SS.S71.:: I --
owned by John II.lcCartll: }' of Hoston accompany his; mother home. I **Dry wood for sale. Drop card t<. i I : I INOESTRUCTOTrunks
Mfcss.: who. iu company: with his CAMXJ.it
VETO BILLS PRESENTED Fred Kingston Kingston. 7 11-1 Die U
wife U a guest of the Hotel Opmond. I Happy
The launch has been in corage at the TERM AT SING SING LONDON.IN Feb.HOUSE 21-OF Amid COMMONS.cheers I: .Com*; to Daytona: latest duel 1 I I ; . VI

boat yard during the past summer. FOR FORMER BANKER. .
vile
from the, government supporters l"re-I Friday evening at the new Datona > -.t-II iLl-"
NEW YORK Feb 21 Williiwu .
mier Asquith introduced the theater.WHEAT S "t.hnuvQteg
Bargain, quick ale, 212 acres, 6 :Montgomery former president of the "vbto"bills
,,
room cottage in city. Enquire Ed.t Hamilton bank, wad today sentencedto in the house of commons this I MARKET IS FIRM; Buy Royal Scarlet Can I : / C
afternoon. This is 'ariaau
mondson & Donnelly or Chas. Kenney an indefinite period of from two tcfive a government PRICE SLIGHTLY HIGHER. II I
measure to restrict the I '-D "llr 'aWe '
power of the goods the finest
food
'in I
Seabreeze. 6S-tf years Sing Sing prison for CHICAGO. Feb. 21-Th wheat
house of lords i :
over legislation
: other
the larceny of $4,400 from the
bank.
I market firm ,
was today and
than money bills. slightly products in the
1 world. j
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fourqurean His aged mother I pleaded on her I higher. l'rm'ision..t were dull and I

and grandchildren, who have been occupying knees for clemency.. hogs and
FIELD cattle steady !
DAY EVENTS I I The !stock: is: new and
the Reese cottage on Second r
i
AT HOTEL CLARENDON.The .
avenue for several weeks departed i bell boys of the Hotel Claren I Phone W will call for your cleaning I clean and our prices !
Monday their return to Richmond don have and pr-ssJng.:! :' tf BURNETT. I
WhenThirsty prepared a splendid program I
Ya.. )!f.r. Fourqurean being called of events for the field day are right. Call and .;:et i have
back earlier>r than he expected by and BURGLARS BLOW SAFE; I are
sports contests to be pulled off I Lt
business interests. lie is the owner! on the beach in front of the hotel tomorrow GET MONEY AND ESCAPE. prices on case lots. i II I IIi

of a large hotel in Richmond forenc on occasion ofWashingtn's AMITE CITY la.. Feb. 21.-Uurglars : -

birthday. .\ number of blew: the cafe of the Amite titBank } guaranteed.THE .
Conu; to l..aughland'ia the Ha... prizes> have been donated by & Trust company early thimornini > Ii
Ha, route. Feb. 25.:;; tJ.3t): Daytona I I ;. secured1U; ; and toads
merchants to be given tht I i
Stop at I winners:: of the events. ;; their: : facape.; Poft&' are now in pilI"l1t. -
For sale at a bargain-Ten room I II I : Lyman l Grocery i iz

house :at 621 So. Ridgewood. lot 100 t **.M.ss: Antoinette Foitz w :7'' bt' -- Come o
front 160 deep pleu-ty of shade YOUNG'SSoda
presented with two tickets to the I buys a furnished Beach I
'TM trees; all. Improvements electric! Crystal theater if she will call :u i S 5 5 0 0 street residence; 8 rooms Every Day is i
i lights -city water, etc. Everything Fountain the Daily Nee office before ( and bath; modern improvements BargainDay| IIANM1s
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In goof repaTr. Address box 00. tf row : i : lot SO by about 290 feet. Ad- Here. CO.0
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