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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 22, 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: VID00223
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|Jtiiuiie| !tt 811k Kimono. I _. .Sixth Season-No. 11 DAYTONA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1911 15 Cents per Week

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diner Co. I j f'f RED'HOT SALE W. WRIGHT :: :: DR. EUft1\' OrS UOSPITU aDd STORM\ I RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies Stationery and Havana SmokersOnly

f First A Hnue. la tona, Fla. PRICES Books
to Reduce Stockat Painting T"'nt' -.'s: ,"::' tlr- rronn.wly first quality well cured tobacco -

.*""........ I Paper Hanging nil furnl"h."pIlH,'d J and.. ) lI.r..1 l throu-hoiir.. Th"rou withiMiv.iii.iHri. ;h.I'UI'.JII..I I I I I'l-poMt'-.i, I > B.! t to Your TIC :tt J!/\\t'h.You! Ri Ut.i."l I GEO. H. CLARK used.

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its Alwas and Vegetables Fresh :! .j. BrUEYED HE WILL REMAIN I ; MEMBERS OE BOARD OF TRADE l deliver anything from a 3-cent to a $300 sale and IS fOUND. IN GEORGIA.BELIEVED l

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r. Ball & Son : J r[CANVAS GIVES fflRECAST. INCLUDE! I MANY BUSINESS l MEN. latest hobby.GRUBERMORRIS I I I

.North Beach St. 'Phone 55 : r r l : MISER HOARDED HIS MOM 1 I i; TO BE BANDIT.r


....!........11.II...; BOTH FLORIDA SENATORS LINEDUP FULL LIST OF THOSE WHO HAVE HARDWARE CO. / I I '
WITH THE MAJORITY DISCOVERED BY 1 RELATIVES.DYING WHO HELPED[ ROB TRAIN.
BECOME MEMBERS OF CIVIC
I "If You Don Trade With Us We Both Lose Money." i
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SHAFFNER WHICH APPEARS TO FAVOR ORGANIZATION UP TO THIS ,
i' STATEMENT MADE THATHE WESTERNER CAUGHT IN NEIGH- ,
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Estate ILLINOIS MAN.WASlIIXGTOX .- TIME.
: andInsurance 1 HAD LITTLE MONEY HID- BORING STATE HAS S5CO IN

Feb. 22 With At the regular meeting of the Daytona : MURDERER NEW TREATY '
re 'i c i DEN AWAY AND TOTAL OF $36- BRITISH GOLD COIN IN HIS !
scandal in its
'the Lorimer bribery : board of trade :Monday evening

{ : final stages in the senate today it is it was reported that the fu'-l: membership -I I I 000 IS FOUND.SPIUXGFIEI..D. POSSESSION.GAINESVILLE: I

South Beach. Street & .... expected a vote will be taken late of that organization new num- II

i.: : this afternoon. The vote will decider bers 1C7 and the following i is a com IS fOUND WITH JAPANi I II I Ii Mo Feb 22: .; IVb. :22! -

a the much discussed question as to plete list of members as prepared by ; i James Burgt, who lived' here as a Sheriff Sai.ent: and his poise: early I

whether the nian from Illinois is Secretary. C. Smith: I hermit MJ years of age. on his: this ninnlng: : captured westerner, i

j entitled to retain his seat in the F. M. Howe, Henford Deacon Geo. I deathbed last night to'd hU relatives 1 near Dahlonega. The stranger: :is believed I

United States senae. II. Clark, Dr. G. A. Klock, Lew SmithE. ARRESTED. PRESENTER he had a "little money hidden away.:' j to be one of the gang of t

Friends of Lorimer declare he J. Mills! S. H. Cove, H. C. F. .\ search by the relatives today |I !f.aadits which held up and robbedhe

?;1tLDREN'S will retain his seat. A careful canvas Dohm, \V. C. rall e1i: E. S. Hall. Geo.II. I revealed a total of J3G.OOO hidden on through train on the Southern

t shows 46 favorable to his remaining Gardiner, JI. H. Zuber, Geo. A. I his premises. The money was si- road near White Sulphur Springs t

i this number including 11 I .Main:\ E. W- Green J. 15. Garrison, CHASED ACROSS COUNTRY I ; SENT I TO THE SENATE; creted: in all kinds of places. No early Saturday morning.
:1 democrats -It is sail Jhere will be I Holland I E. Stevens F. T. Peck. E. tI I Il will has: been found. About $;;;.00 in British god! coin was

EYES :6 39 votes against his remaining in F. Gates J. D. C. :Morris\ Henry FOLLOWED m mm. SMALL CHANCE 10 PASS The greater part of the a eJ: man's found in the possesion of the man

too carefully] safeguarded ;i; the senate and that five votes are Titus, 11. Foster, C. E. Gardiner, G,. I I l I II life has been spent as :n "-.Irpent rand captured this morning. Two other
!i contractor until he 't nk the men who are supposed to 'be close: by
[(have but one pair to last ] doubtful. U Seaman, E II Purdy Henry I up
If there are Indications t Senators Bacon and Terrell will Schmidt \V HoxbD. .D Rogers. C MAN WANTED FOR SLAYING MIL CONTAINS NO PROVISION FOR : life of a hermit. and to have been in the company of

Ig wrong with your child'shim 1 1I vote against Lorinfer, whie! Senators',,0 Chamberlain W G Nash, Joe Os- ----- the man captured have escaped-Jhe
I LIONAIRE RICE IN CLEVELANDHAS RESTRICTION OF JAPANESE I vigilance of the l)().-se. ,_
r or her and I will fit : I Fletcher and Ta.1iafE'rro.the' two Florida I I borne L G Lyman ToJ Fitzgerald, SCHOOL ENTERT A IitIENT, I

h Glasses to correct !the representatives in the upper E M\ Sammis, W Wright.. George F BEEN CAPTURED IN SAN IMMIGRATION AND IS UNLIKED I

f medical treatment is nec"will house, will probably vote to have Smith L E Ellenwood L1\ Waite,

tell you so. ; him remain. I II I.J Price F N Conrad Geo W Balch, FRANCISCO.SAN BY WESTERNERS. I II WAS LARGELY ATTENDED.i ALL LAWS% : j

I E L Gunn, W1: Hankins, S E Uul-
FRANCISCO, Feb. 22 After WASHINGTON.. 22-The new --
(eville H. Clark t lard. Thos H White. C1 Wilder I I
WASHINGTON REMEMBERED; I It. a chase across the continent and a I Japanese treaty, which was sent unexpectedly I II AUDITORIUM i FILLED WITH APPRECIATIVE .
John Psolli'.z, II E Johnson, John M
I hunt lasting seven months, Vincenzo to the Senate late }'e.ter-I
Optometristr Sheel '. II S :Miller, Dr F II Hough- AUDENCE TO WIT SHOULD BE ___
j \ Palato has; been arrested here for day afternoon by the president, has I
TRIBUTE PAID IN CONGRESS. I
ton Chas Host L H Field S II
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the Sign of the EYE. t. the murder of William Rice, a millionaire small prospect of being accepted by I NESS THE EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE. -
:Mosley L T Forlow: Dr J E Raw-
resident or Cleveland! 0., Congress. The treaty contains no i I
has J II "Frosen D Guleserian J P
last August. provision for the restriction of Japanese / .
HOUSE PASSES NAVAL APPROPRIATION ENfORCED.STATEMENT
Theus, D L Armstrong, H Hartshorn,
I The chase has been an interestingone immigration and th'", omission I
f' 'Geo II :Munroe, A E Shanks, Eric D i The entertainment given by the .
' BILL FOR TWO BATTLE and has occupied the attentionof is contradicted l by the western i
I :Mills, D :Monk, H L Robidere C1:\ pupils of the public :school in the auditorium i
EN000DSIre .
: a number of officers.:: Pa ao will senators, who will undoubtedly prevent i
SHIPS AND PROVIDING FOR Bingham, J B Moore, B F Hough, C ,
of the school
new buildingTut'eda
be taken back to Ohio immediately. its acceptance OF ROOSEVELT t
G Burgoyne, J II Donnelly, Theo I tI
I I }}:: evening was well attended: I
f: EIGHT HOUR DAY. E C Dunn J Ralph Wilcox ;
Sengstak
--- { t RESIDENT OF KINGSTONDIED AMERICAN WOMAN'S LEAGUE j and a very: creditable performance I
? WASHINGTON, Feb. L'2 Tributes> P J Doyle H Mont Smith, !' R THIS MORNING. AIDING MAGAZNE PUBLISHERS.I' throughout, showing tha. much care M I I HIS CHICAGO SPEECH. tI

carrying a complete were paid to George Washington in Swift Oscar :Michael J B Hinsky.Jl A called meeting of Cherokee and attention had been 1 bestowed

Green Groceries, in- both houses of congress today. I Malby.' : 0 S Burnett', C M Carrier M. Schumann died this morning between Chapter of the American Woman's{r upon the training of the p 't>i.s! tak- I -- I r4

The house then passed the na\"al'' Geo 11 ray. J W Booth. Neville H ;.P; and G o'clock at his home on league was held Tuesday afternoonat I W F GLlle! Jr.M ,
appropriation bill providing for the Clark, A It Edward Mulberry street. Kingston after an the public library for the purpose | entered heartily! into the spiritof I MEETING AND DISCUSSES THE '

construction of two battleships and : B Church T Oyama E D Lang- illness of several, I months duration.: of making a public protest against'the the entertainment and were J'>.ng i! .

[den Wax Beans tor an eight-hour day. The next worthy, J G Brown, It II Le."{esne, W proposed postal discrimination; their full part toward its coaip.i i t'l INITIATIVE, REFRENRDUM AND } 1
Jas Rix, W D Bradshaw, lIe was about Go years of age.
thing taken up by the house was Blodgett against magazine publications. Tht SUCl't:-s, The stage was decorated. }
R L, Smith, W C Smith, W II Gardner :Mr. Schumann came here: from RECALL.CHICAGO.. ,
reen Beans consideration of the Panama canal meeting was well attended and about ;i with bamboo and draped with the I

fortification bill. i j Chas W Hanson J D Robertson New York a little! over a year ago in 2n' signatures were secured to a pe- stars and stripes. I Feb. :L'2: -In a speech be- ,

| CucumbersiCauIiflower \ I A B Foster II Dohm, W W Aber- company with his wife and purchased tition to be forwarded t',) United'l' The program was opened with a fore a Gigantic! mass meeting held in

I croiubie. D S Simonds, J W Shields: property at Kingston:; where they States Senator I). U. Flex-her.: praying concert recitation, by a dozen pupils I the au.i ;corium here today Theodore _

HEP LORDS-TO YIELD W J :Morgan :M\ l E Carter, KiwrenceThompson have since resided. He wre; a member that he use his; influence to prevent i of the first grade and these little I Roosevelt discussed!! the initiative, 'j, '

I.'P1' Allen T 0 Melton.J ,I of the painter's union and the local the pn>i>osed increase in the ones: were. excedingly well trained I referendum anil recall.1 I I

Tomatoes f TO VOICE OF THE PEOPLE. M I Realing E H Hot.chk't's. C M branch will probably be in chargeof t Postal rates on magazines. Tl '*. mat-1 I I and covered themselves} wrth glory The former p.-.'idnnt of the United a -

f Rogers Peter Seims. .1 C Howard, J the funeral. I ter is l slug taken up by the local i'j and applause.' The Indian: dril! by States told h.., iieareia that the t r s

Peppersare M"igan!: H .F Grt"dl: af, C F Burg- Services will be he'd at the houseat I chapters of the .\m ri"an'oman's ':I ten boys of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th state of Massa<*bus< t :s hrs: adopted .
;., GIVES NOTICE man. E L Shear, B F McCoy, H G I 4:30:: tomorrow afternoon Rev. I also I
LORD LANSDOWNE : League throughout the countrand' a grades was very good. the recall by making i H a pact i oC its
r. Fletcher.r11l Ull Remteburg E J EKreifcsburg ; Thomas R. Adams, pastor the the strong fight will be made against The third number of the p'og rain,i I c o n stitution.r 1 j ,
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Always Fresh. ". . HE WILL INTRODUCE RESOLUTION T Fred Broun, B J.' M. E. Cnur-h South, of Kings'on, officiating I what i is considered unjust UVcrimination 1*1d.'i t and La..sie"b"- )' half a dozen lie declared lilt test of laws: i P

: TO AMEND THE CONSTI i Marsh\ G B Young, W Sti ing, 1-' J and the interment w II Te against the magazine-' by the girl- and a like number of boys from I amount to nothing; if they arts not 1 t4

---- r' i': Never, J Kolle, Geo Mead, E L PotterC made in PHIt'ood cemetery. postal authorities. the =3rd: 4th. ;r th and 6th gridts was I enforced and aid the inrative and + 4:

I TUTION. I| Gougherty, R Stevens, C Stuben- -- I 1------ I II one of! the prettiest featur of the. rt't..rendumoo1d benefit the people. I t
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Lord, I* 0 Smith, Geo E Sel>ring. W l I e\euing and drew hearty applause! i In his speech be also declared i -
DAYTONASTORAGE LONDON Feb. 22-The house of J Shaw W .K Newkirk, It I- Evern- M ac Good in All Quarters of i; especially in the dancing of the Virginia i he favors the election of United

t. lords will yield to the verdict of the don. .1 J Kspedahl, .\ Schantz .\ W I rel. The girls were all! fct-i' State senators by direct vote of thepeople. ;

CO. people in the recent general election: Wells, P R Bennett SheLfel Wright I the Globe. i tired in white: with t hue .s.wslnis and I ,

I. calling for a.vote on reform. I H I T Johnson, L C McCann. Asa 1 I I ribbons while: the bo)s wore ...bitetrOUSt.u |I ('01. Roosevelt held the close attention I ,}
JOHNSON. Mgr notice to- ;
Lord Lansdowne I
gave Paine S B Green, Vet Cave, George and dark c as.: ; j I of his audience, but there
day he intends to introduce at an Walton, W W Hilyvird, J W Ball, S tt I II The reading by Miss Melba Mason i was a luck of the enthusiasm with '
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early date a resolution amending the W Cairoll. .1 W Fulgham, C It1:\ i1'I II I "A B. II I I of the high school "was most excellent which the former president has been, ;; , : ...greeted
constitution as to the power of the W J Cameron, I' I II ; # '
Sheppard J I. Lynch and so; greaty appreciated: I on the iN-c.i-ion of formervisits t1

, house of lords. F .\ Root J J W likely, 1)1 Sparks II'I I TRAVELERS' I I I that she was obliged; toe an en- I : : :; to this city.

STRIICTOare i C P Griuntll Dr J B Ross, H II l'Ol'l'hi.1I was equally -dl received.M f4if
NEW CANDIDATE SHOWN Hoene, H W Williams, John K Won't Vain step; in today, and, look I :>s MaM has gre.tt neural talent 1, ,'
MAN WITH HEAD SEVERED!;: I .
IN RACE FOR SENATOR.! Price, H McClellan.: Gee II South- I through t ht'pr) complete line of i!long thk: line. I !,
FOUND IN THE MOUNTAINS. J '
I VaIl de Vord. I CHEQUESi :\ ; of the Muses and Grace.1!
ALBANY N. Y., Feb. 22-The 31st worth A canned good that we haye just re- Meei.g k i
I' will I 6th, ar.d 7th grad S, was very ei- lUG STONE (HAP Va.. Feb. 22 ,
senatorial ballot was taken today j ceived? Yon will t find that you ?I

' without result. Sheehan lacks 191 1 I i PRICE OF EGGS[ IS DROPPING} want to have some of these in your i meet with ready acceptance by iv.-tive and I prettily carried out with- Willis Howell was found dead with I -..
John out a hitch or hesitation in any part. his head severed in the mountains 'enear
Totes of enough for election. !
Banks Hotels Railroads Steamship -
candidate larder for the emergency. There'snothing II The Practk-e for School Entertain-
: here today. Howell was nearch- i
Carlisle appe'af'
{>d S.a new
. unks in the race and recelted three votes. II BECAUSE OFJEAYY" RECEIPTS. like them for the quick} lines, etc. I ment at Skeeter Corner by pupils of j lug/ for moonshiners and it U be- I r K I
look I the 8th grade and high school was I hived killed him.
.. ---_-.-""-. meal. While here just take a l!| Easily negotiated for full value. I fine in both the costuming and the they a, .x
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CLAIMED PRODUCTION IS FAST at our vegetables. I way the various part; were taken.
Identification established by I t
I Miss Bessie Qualtlebaum! made an 1 r
mJ n6. ER THAN THE CONSUMPTIONAND CHURCH Druggist
? ; counter-signature. I excellent teacher and all the ludicrous; PIIONc t

f'J'f ., THE MARKET IS BECOMING CONRAD GROCERYCOMPANY speeches, songs etc., were loudly ap-I r. Beach Street 37 t I
handier than I '
; Safer than money; plauded.The I Daytona Florida -

LOADED. drafts. Take a few 510. $20, 550 entertainment closed; with a i
f have just opened a nice new tlel1in1 food Kr tha Bale/
v line of the famous CHICAGO Feb. 22 Continued: and 5100 cheques on your next I song High School Medley, by ,
twelve high school gir!h and this fully -
heavy receipts: of eggs drove the : Everythingto I y

I W. C. D.PIPES. price down a half cent today. The trip.We I l merited: the hearty applause .whichit .
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.ranteed brought forth as it wa.s't"T) c les
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production is increasing faster than Them. I be found in a ; t I
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Ls the claim made erly rendered.1'he
: the consumption; 'PHONE 61.Daytona I f first-class w
II proceeds are for the piircha.vi
by the commission men. Extras sold I! '
Fr -- ---- -- i a curtain for the stage.
today at :21: cents and prime firstsat Lodge i Drug Store :

IS- cents per dozen. No. 1141 I M
? Come in and look them over they MERCHANTSiBANK WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAYIS

.. are beauties. while Hogs cattle were were steady steady to five to a higher shade, n F. B. P. 0. E. OBSERVED AS HOLIDAY. ,| Prescriptions a Specialty. f'
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Today being Washington's birthdaythe Phone orders
promptly
lower. All other market were closed -. = Meets Every Tuesday I '
:HANKINS- The I day wa. observd a holidayby II attended I
Druggist, today because of the holiday. .f.fi Evening. Visiting to. :
OSTER CO. AT THE PLACE ..- :- ,' Members laY ted. many of the bti-iness! firms in the
---- w- T. E. Fitzgerald E. R. A. D. McBRIDC President :Y. a 1.111.1"-: : ,. 'I."- I t'',': a.-s p'l'' 'to
; Where Volusia Meets Beach. *rom early to avoid: tiu, *. r'uh, Geo. F. Crouch, See. '': J. B. CONRAD. Vice.President ... ..' ,'! .\ Free Delivery. 4
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PIANOS and DELAND the county seat of

PLAYER PIANOS VOLUSIA _ _ _ _* Volusia County, I STETSON

: 1fjiAjrA Concert Tuner is situated 23 miles southwest of

I PIANOS FOR RENT COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the latter OHIKKin[ I

BANK city by an excellent hard-surface ., DELAND, FLt
constructed.At our ('Ol1'gf'i
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road recently aneil
FLA. T"'hnl1 Mrs H II
DELAND t4chooi.
John B.
DeLand is located the Equipment '
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I (;41 TO In* nearly who came
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University. one
: Stetson Kndowtitculty(' I IIf.
\ -.J! r Capital $100,000Surplus gis,1. Petersburg
1-L J. HOLMES'WOMAN'S
.- educational institutions of the of 4 Pro.
.c. ing
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'I $50,000A. ft-ssors and In Abbott onj
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Pio e 77 for Soath. Because of the interest in strnctors. ('hrisU1I,
:: ', ::::: ... -- EXCHANGE knownas but non-F4t>('tartan i
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: ; educational DeLand
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ICECRIAMi __ D. MCBRIDE matters T" ('hlng. Hot baths I
-- -; _' : IInll Ii tad t i.e iiu'st President/ "The Athens of Flori4." For Inforniatj, .
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is uy quantify. 3 : c beautiful It'IIUr IIr- B.CONUAD'Vlc : address:
tlelCsIIrth.ttIIsill : j. .--President I Stetson University ha?a faculty of Lincoln Hulley, The new l\\
MILLS'European < i.e lIud stiitiIli ug: There Pb. B. Broth
50 professors and instructors. ILLitL McCoy
B.A. ,,'OOJ),
Cashier v arc over $400,000 In buildings and Prt'sld"n' rived a few

J Restaurant equipment; nearly $300,000 endowment installed an

I t .........................." ;!I By L. C. DEMAREE. r -- fact must be apparent to the most ; a Carnegie Library alone rep- J. W. PfRKINS[ be put in coj
l'l: superficial: observer. With such lavish DREKA1SDEPARTMENT resenting an investment in building of this wee
l One of Daytona's crowning glories '
f SHOES AND FURNISHINGS a: is her incomparable! beacfo. No BUSINESS AND I weilth of natural beauty it be- endowment and books, of more than ReniembeijBradford

came an easy thing for the hand 01) $120,000. The library is the United
I one who: hau ever set foot upon its STOREEVERYT1IIINGI Attorney aadCounsellor .
1 :- It Pays to Trade at J : PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS 1)0)
trto! to give the finishing touches States Government depository for the

,I": : Peck's Bargain House : e"ver smooth" pedaled packed a bicycle sands: ; over no one its Who ex-I ""which have vrought out the colors } I State of Florida, and contains over ij

: 112 South Beach Street. *. and outlines of the big picture. I TO EAT 15,000volumes. Science Hall one at Law
;;; no oneho ever drove a is located '
........&............... pans pranclas; ;: pair of horses and listened .. Man did all; this in the laying out 'TO TO WEAR.USE of.thc*newest of 16 buildings, with and Mr. ant

SISISI.ISISISI.ISISIS5.II to the popping of their steel shoes or the streets! with: their wide marginsof -=::: l its furnishings, represents an outlayof Will PractUe: laHtate Bay street
...............ISISRSUSIS parkage. The entire city becomesa $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of .
: LING WAR-CHINESE LAUNDRY : upon Its asphaltum-llke face; no one Heading Room and eral past se

: 1TJ HO. BEACH ST.. DAYTONA FLA. .I who ever steered a high-power automobile : E. S. HALL : great park with driveways intert.ottinc Elevator Service- the most beautiful college buildingsin FederalCourts not visit her

.. White Dress Phtrts Hblrts. lI'N'I': ht..Whirls Hhlrts 1ft 10.( .: down the broad stretch of miles upon miles of driveways Rest Hooui the South.

Check Hblrts .. H wave-washed and surf-packed sand : Architect and Builder : .->o good as to attract motorists The city has a population of about Come l'
New Hhim Drawers|, ) 8 G. A. DREKA & CO.DKLAND. .
S h1rtMoUar8tt.13OCkS.perpaIr 3 .I but: realized: that It Zs a world beater : No. :?! '* Piilmetto Ave. : from nil over the continent.And .'J.A. 3,500,with a thickly settled country DEL.-\ND. FLA. Friday nmhtj
: tellarsoiCuffs 2 Handkerchiefs; 3 .
I '. Ladles clothes at corresponding price a woyid-wonder. Go stand upon' DAYTONA. FLORIDA. as for the pavements, pavements adjacent. DtLand proper is five C-apt C

r ..s.... ................I. this wMe speedway and see the happy ..IOISISISI3ISI3SISISISISI'i5is15is1sisgssIsiSgSISIS S that look and vet like granite miles east of the St. Johns River, on find the owl

.OISI.IaISISISISISISISISII souls flit by in joyous mood and'' -- where: else between the eastern YOIIIS1&COllutyAbstracLCd' the high, rolling pine land of the WRIGHTINSURANCE at Titus\ II j

.: (answer whether this is not one of I and wetrn seas are fo many miTts great "Orange Ridge" of Florida. waiting the

: : H. C. THOMPSON Agt. J the seven modern wonders. I S Si I' in prooortion; to inhabitants? The : The "predominating! products are returned to

: LAMB ENGINESHUPMOBILES : : W. C. CROWNING M. D. : pavement question statds with the oranges} and grapefruit the estimated ami sin <, IawaitUlJ
River
The Placid, Pellucid Halifax I AGENCYDeLand
: a:. of the chief drawing Bert FHh rr"-sl treet
: General Medicine and : JIP one (':an' 11,1..1111111... Heen'turyundTreis. crop from this vicinity being over
: Demonstration Given at Aay Time. :: Where, think you is water with more I : Obstetrics : cards. Till some unheard of place : : 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes, fromBrook'11." 4"

o. : PHONK W! : picturesque!; surroundings Nearly a S Office Hours: l:8OtoXi.: : 7tpMp.ns. S reports more and better Daytona Abstracts Furnished peaches pears, Japan persimmons, 0 \

.i.ISISISIS1S1SISI.I*..usa I mile wide. fringed with tropical vegetation -, : Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. :: clirowb/: down the gauntlet to the and Titles plums, pecans guavas, strawberriesand Florida

. artistic cottages with roomy SISUSISISISISISISISISISISISISISISISISISUSISISIIIIISI world. fruits in plenty.In Bart..:, n
.....1..e..m.. Perfected other are grown
I verandas looking out upon her bosom Squirrels, Flowers Birds and Fruit. room -m aj
I
----- the way of public improvementsare OLDESTLARGEST
: JACOB ESPEDAHL : and Insured
: food fishes in countless num- : mcndoI) &
gamey Wh..teone's shortcomings I and ( \ many miles of fine shell roads, an
Contractor and Builder iS bers beckoning, as it were to those S 0 Maps I'Ints undBlul'prlnts n'.' S tiitC
i iwith callousone
howe\er indifferent 0'e'en'
school electric ,
lights
v Designer; and Craftsman UI : DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPhysician : excellent high
t8uppliedl'ELANiP.
I r' Superintends Construction of BuildS 411 rod and reelher; bosom flecked o S may bu to many things, the mere a system of waterworks that is owned

a ings. |'Plans on Khort and Notice."Specifications .!..I with duck and coot and snowy j : aDd Surgeon : mention c.f "flowers and SQuirrels. 1 FLK.: and operated by the city supplyingthe _and BEST Mi a HO

: DAYTONA, FLORIDA. :I winged sea birds which sit about as'' birds: and fruits" will send a thrill
: oFFICE OVER KODAK PLAl'K: : : purest water at little cost. rin.uPlaJn Tuei
..i.isi.i.asi.isisisi.iusiSISISISISISISISISISIIIISII I if for :the eport of bobbing upon the I I
distended
that is reflected m pupils
that NMi' \
S Phone"" SB BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify
waves; watch that lubberly od! U For Florida
and
pricked ears.
DeLand is a church-going commu- and Mrfltd.euood ]
N I white headed pelkan pouch a fat; ISISSISISISISUSISISISISISIISISISSISISISISISISUSISIS FARMS
\ For visitor with -
a
goOber
-- every spare
- -
- -
--- Meth-
nity. Baptists, Episcopalians,
: OSCAR MICHAEL I i'
I mullet, and that fish hawk strugglingupward COMPANY
there i.s a bunny ready to come GROVES
Southern) Presbyterians .a t1fOIUIIl.
odists (Northern and
: CONTRACTOR 1: with his floundering load he I S U awl accept your gift. lie will sit bolt Manufacturers of and Catholics and lit an
Christians TIMBER
I p D. D. & C. M. ROGERS S or
: snatched from the water. I : Hi-Tight and knaw intir the meat LUMBER
Filling and GradingHeavy iI besides colored Baptists and Methodists TRUCK friends herj
:: :: See the beautiful launches spick I : Civil Engineers : I I casting; furtive saucy glances at you LATH ing from ll\.\
Hauling a Specialty. are represented.
'
.I and span witfli hampers and l lockers' S SI meanwhile SHINGLES LAND

.ISIiSISiSiiIsi.isisgsIsIi, bulging with refreshments both solid : DAYTONA, FLA. : I Flowers. Usually fresh and blooming : MOULDINGS The graded school offers a tenyears' "Send for Bargain
-------- whichit Hheet to 'WANThousework
and the
;
cruise th o Jostuhlhh..d: 'l"7a.;) UU course, building '
J and liquid. ready for a upon -the year 'round you are reminded }- Ast -nt.s:
SISISISISISISIQISISI3ISISI !
M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. beautiful surface. Take out your field | of Gold .l1lith's couplet where Mat.ury's Pnroid Hooting Paints occupies is newly furnished II GOULD10IIEN requil;
and is of the most ences
throughout, one
'glass and sweep the river from :, Smiling! spring: its eai"Iiest'isit paid \''hlt. hull Vmrnt
KllH: rado PlastertJforpin I
>
MILLINERY ; Ormoad bridge to Ponce Park i( ....BB.B.BB.B.B.B.BeB.Bf And summer's lingering blossoms :; may BrIck commodious and best equipped pub- [ CO
light house then say whether the | S U ioua: Hand Brick lic schools in the State. .
i
are delayed.In
: E. L. STEWART : )l'rLAND FI..A. The from to DeLand .1"r'datilotk '
; Halifax i isn't a thing of beauty and trip Daytona KLAXI>, FLA
one yad roses varigated hues:
Ho. 8 Beach St.. Daytona, Fla.i a joy forever and one of the modern; U Physician and Surgeon.. .0o : is made by automobile in a little Mrs ]
)
Hpeclul attention todl..u. '* of tin'Eje. predominatt; another household hasa
wondc!/,;. U : Knr. Throat ami NOSH! tutuS -.' 0 over an hour, and there are many tea ai her
u nril : penchant for the poincetta and the LiDIS[ & FISH
I U pretty drives in the vicinity of the THE enue for L.
The door west' of P. O., te l -|>hoiu2. premisis tre aflame another is hidden I
Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge. ;
_
!.- : Office hours; v a. ii.. to". p. in. :: Attorneys at Law county site. A good road leads to to which a]
in jungle of tall Varietyis GORDONGARAGE
a cane.
/ East Florida !I ITelephone wood. SISISISISISISISISUSUSISISUIUSISIS Practicing' In all DeLeon Springs, five miles, a historic I vited
) the spice of life and here is where State and FederalCourts
I' Company I; Ridgewood avenue Is upon the crestof --- ----- you find it. Hpecial facilities for spot where 60,000 gallons of water I

broad the .SISISUSISISISISISS bubble from the earth minute.From ,
a ridge straight as croW Investigating/ and every
UI The birds flit in, and wltlh their The

Connections at Daytona I i:) flies and the wide spreading branches -, DR. F. H. HOUGHTON : joyous notes help to give fullness perfecting bLANi.) FLA.STEfARTSBLY titles. DeLand automobiles go southto DeLandHeadquarters

of ihe heavy-trunked live oaks extend m 0 and symmetry to the picture. Osteen, 18 miles on shell and

for Long!! Distance Points f. their giant! arms across the magnificent : marl roads; the SL Johns is crossed by
DentistU As for fruits choice citrus fruits '
!M { y I for
i '\'eta forming an arch, and ferry near Osteen and cars can then
Oftieelnl'eekflioek Daytona \lelds the palm to none for
5S AutomobilesAGKNTFOR
H. C. THOMPSON Mgr. from these extended arms great festoons PHO.VB32Vst End Mouth BrIdge UU Isaac A. HtewartEKford continue to Sanford and Orlando by
quality and quantity acre. There
of Spanish moss sway as the S per Mary Ktewart lily hard road. There is a shell road
-! SISISISISISISISISISIISI5ISIIISI5I5BISISI5I5UIISISIS ere scores of citrus in -
groves
proximity
Maxwell Tour.
trade winds from the tropic seas I Attorneys at Law from DeLand to Orange City five -1
to the city. branches bending
fan them. Looking straight ahead and Notaries Public miles, and a good road from DeLandto ing Cars and

H. T. :down this White shell street one has i! : T. Jo;. Fitzgerald K.: F. Oatt J I to the erth: with their burdens of PrLAND. FLA.ERICKSON. Lake Helen, a like distance. RunaboutsArthur
I hrcious gclden globes, which for
Ni the impression of a fairy path. with
I : FITZGERALD & OATES : beauty proflicacy and aU desirable
I Mill WorkWrite :' Mften draperies but as you move i I I -
| 1ong and cast an eye first to the ;, : Attorneys and Counsellors at LawS J qualities would truly astonish you. J. A ] BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO. n.F.Humlin HumllnHAMLIN
Royal
toIJIt'l'llIl Facilities K.Mtmlnlnt:: UU
or ask bim about anything
yon want made of wood Every- \:) distinguished cottage homes in the | Offict- In t'onrad Build 11I((. 'Phone J iSSISISUSISISISISUSISUSISI5I: Out. & CO. Light Granite, Buff, Red awl

I thing the best. $ most delightful settings. Lur\pt 'tOt.1t of I Drab Brick 11i
The -exti.th worldondt'r., do you Pianos, Organs and
See ..ho glistening leaf of the ----- - --- - li'.rt"CIIJIIH' : '.in 'ii: 'uns Prompt Shlpiin -
North Kidgewood Ave. Phonej:123 ((3 grand .. . .. . . a-k? Crnie, whether from Missou-: Sewing Machines I i.i-: \\ i ''' t ,. \\\t..'nj.; t 1I1I. <1I'ncu.. & ,
magnolia which: nature has varnished '!' \! \!\! ! : !-!'! .!'! ,! or (:'l'i1 \.Maine from Kalamazoo o.Tmb'uto : !South ..f'.J: .<-'o'iiilel I.AKI E: ur.i.r.N.: : Fl.,\.
l l'II.\'i: l. l.\. HAMLIN
cIr \'!i N @:! i) .i'i' !X\ (XjIlf l
< I as no ortis's brush ever could; and DR. J. P. ESCH : '! Mid you will be "&hO\\ II." 1i
: the: cabbng! palms with their burdens LAKE HELEN
Physician and Surgeon Z lit-re is whtre: the world's record for

i PICTURESQUE( { { POST ORANGE 1..A sho.vy! fruit and swaying palms; i!, P. PIIIMll: lTltlftll h .,,-- -Olltll ..f ::5l1t.-d is broken with every reruninnnt'.iMn. ALLfcN'SNi Surrounded by several pretty lakes Attorneysand

;l'(' Jj-i lovely holly with its exquisite f' :M.i 1-.1: him. 'h.. "'IV.-. "..III", '_' i to ,p.. I .Autos the lJi-'J.f'it.: the ftisltt. sad guarded
by
I i 1 IK ivy; see the climbing; vine; 'I) in.. f; It'--; p. in. 'I'lioiH' '.1 I \ VI.N:: .\ ., :\t to l'o.,-tcIit: lofty pine trees isLae Counsellorsat
anJ the finest
!) 1:10\1'11.: : : are on duly pu- Helen, winter
a resort of Lawi'Fi.Nl'
., no
puRr OKAXCJK) I- ,
I 'In !riot in the trees; see the cryat.lU)1i .!' '!" ...........!......"i.. . .'." I :ri'le: aid; tie! big show is as free a- DRUGGISTS'JEWELERS : little importance. Camp Cassada<
a pretty1ItI.v1I1ae I ; {a,
PORT ORANGLHOUSEi[ '") forms which i gain a foothold -
.. ti'tartesian! ! water from tliftitoiibaud.
: out.ttunted h of Daytoni five mlli on I ju the great oaks and ::atelyp.iMius. .-.i'.i.i.-=; - -.;-i'.i'.i''i\-'.-. '_.-.._.._. .."i'.i'.1 ; of flowing wells. It.1: ated a spiritualistic camp-ground is situ >. FLA.

the Ihiytonn-N- ; : and. surely you will join in I 01t:1"101l' show with I I'FLANK FLA. near Lake Helen and at this
The Manhattan Cafe : u constantly I II place several Lundr d
: Hmyrna hard burrond.h.sconIc- tlhe cloru} and say ttat this is a s'uit.fl: I people make
'. I world for ladies and gentlemen. ;; scene.Everything I winter headq J.rtcrs. A laige lumber fOIAIi1DaLAND
S. Fred Cummings i ender for beauty. G. W. Fisher
iphway:; of the K:II.t goes from a 2-horsf mill and the largest brick plant in

t ist. ThP town is Owner and Manager'I' Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage Regular Dinner 11 to 1:30 Daily. (. power up to a 200-hoTse power and Drug Co. the South are located at Lake Helen. FL,3.
: !
tvatetl onthe, Hall- j Homes. ; Short Orders. Box Lunches. all: degrees of spetd} from a canterto
tax BiTer, and is Everything Fresh. Drugs Stationery, ORANGE CITY
nnnected with therrnlnrala : Special Attention Shown to Ladies. : a t\\o-mile-a-ini'nute' clip. You will Huyler's Candies, ClothingFurnishingsf
opposite ?PORT ORANGE No one of Daytona's attractions I probably catch the spirit; when you Kodaks, Cigars I The principal attraction around 1.1 1-

*.y abridge. perhap:;, commands more nearly universal THE MANHTTAN CAFE J.'I J.'IJ3 do the roads and the beach are yours. KLANT> ; FLA. I Orange City is the many handsome Shoes J

TIle town is well I BEACH attention and praise than does Sooth Beach Street I The Florida sunshine is free, the golden orange groves. The town is

laid out and basmnOJ' the artistic cottages. The owners of
Lots for Sale. oalmy ocean breezes are free the supplied with water said to be the
pretty homes.A these charming villas hail from every birds and squirrels and flowers I in
of are I A. H. ICODALl purest the world, another attrac-
tourists large and number winter Liberal Allowed Terms for corner of the country and they bring ............................ free the sparkling fountain water is tion to visitors. It is at Orange City

reoldents make Port IMPROVEMENTSOcean their own architectural plans and : When You Are Looking for : tree and you will have to go down I The that passengers over the Florida East

Orange winter head or River Lund upon them and as the architecture ditto your wallet only for coin for Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and IiIIELASD.

quarters.attractionsllng *ne of the FISHINGConvenicnt I of one section of the country : Some One (to Do auto', and bed and board. GROCER drive to Deland. The town is snr-
several ,
to Automobile differs from the architecture of another
the. excellent Race Course This is no fanciful picture; it's all rounded by land peculiarly adaptedto
and Bridge. so do our homes differ in DELAND. FT./..
tishlnK. here. It is drawing other thousandsand -p the cultivation of citrus fruits. FLOg Dot
A short distancenst Applv toWM. outward appearance and structural j Electrical Work% I II
C. HOWES ho'dinp: them enthralled it will -- --- -
of Port Orange beauty from one another. There are
the remains of A pent charm and hold )-ou. Come and see. ..............41 .4...6....................................................
i.r.s Port Orange, Fin. no monotonous rows of strikingly - - - - - - - - ----------------- ---- - -

.he old Dunlawton similar build'ngs but the eye. as: it' : PHONE 14, :1 - -I : !

uu.: Is mill visited a ever4trbyhundrrdsOf placeiLit Port Orange sweep* by is treated to a kaleidoscopic "From the Grove to the Table" i f THE DAILY NEWS : I

change which keeps the mind J.FORLAW1 I
T.i'irlsts. One time OYSTER[ CO. wondering. "What next?" INDIAN RIVER GRAPE I .. ..
i.'l: the country west FRUIT AND ORANGES
.
D. DUPONTOrower l It U not: only the exterior of many I .
c? Port Orange surrounding and Dealer 1! : THE ELECTRICIAN. | I
Gro the Halifax.
which vn on I 1
of th ye homes rivets> attention -

..:li, was"a vast the old S Jndl OYSTERS andCLAMS I I' ; wi<.h.c they are models of convenience t Best Prices Best Work .* The finest quality of fruit for sale j : Gives Away to some three persons whose !

oand sugar canelantAtlOfl. Pt.Ornnce-l.: >artonn : and the finishing and furn- : NORTH BEACH STREET 1 i in single boxes or car lots. Special I names were mentioned in! the :
I .The millsvs is'hrnge evidence of the eleganceand .1 attention i paid to filling' orders. __
operated extenilvely ........ .................. : i Every Day .
I F In those early m c. Horn[S cultivation of those who worked ____ I MUNROE & STEVENSGROWERS previousday'spap er __ :

lnys but Las been i. I j it all out. Indeed it Is the interior .ISUSISISISISI5I5U5ISI5Im. : : AND SHIPPERS.I I .. ..

iINusi': for forty or Real' EstateInsurance arrangement and artistic furnishingand
I Office Next to the ; : Four Tickets to the :
fj't Y years. : shading more than the exterior : GROCERIES Ridgewood Hotel. Crystal
.
I j
A >ery interestingdrive I appearance that gives a surpassing o ---- -- Theatre and Merchandise
: a
from fuytonaK at "live! and let 1 :
I NOT ARPl'BLlC charm ::: live'1pric h. .it
l>y ocean "lietu-h I to Daytona homes. This feature : *i!.!.i' '.i.i :!. <*XX*<* !'* '!'!'.!. ...i.*..., !, :

I' to ti! nppronch ot _Port Oranz Fla. Justly merits prominence as an- : JOHN P. POLLITZ. : I Order for 25 cents on some :
the Port Orannili.tltfe other woni'er.. S GITTENS & MESSING .
ucro the i 1 S.SISISISIISSISISUSISISISISI S. f -i-I .,". --j-, "> E.: <-. !l.lffl_- .\ ', : I local store. : : : : : : .

i 1.I-.ITI* 11 nil hn Streets and Pavements the Most ..ii li-i S.SI s i : R .
G. MARTIN S I S I S I 5 s iiS | /V) Fresh Fish ; .
.... J.
| .. iMg throuuh t!h. ( I and Best. .
.. I. I McDonald's Boat Yard : NiCX
1 ;.Ini-.pal) tre -t of : ,f T Clams ; C
I l'.irt Orange to t h., [UcneralMerchandise I Why th* Architect of the Universe U Established; 1903 : .

t ru.ns of th.I'!. chose to give Daytona the most admirable I CHAS. M. McDONALD. Proprietor = t and Rose Bay Oysters i : Watch for them---your name may :
!r.-.tctl old .
r.illl. returning sugar ti- I the most picturesque! natural : Railways. Boats Built. Repaired : ;; Market on South Beach Street Z .

Isvtonatvth'' ro i.lon Port Oraage. Fla. setting of all the cities of the South : and Housed. : '!;> Phone 5 Prompt Delivery : be next. !

: thmtlnlund.. Is not revealed, but that such is at/ .......................... . .. '
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Pawnbrokers!: and: Grsss: Rings.;: unity George-I wtfsn't always like A Wonderful Clock.A .
FLORIDA c'j: 1r,1 "Tils.':.'!J :n !1":- ':-!jr-!:er. opsnOrjror. flls[ mum. Onct I used ter take my I remarkably complicated clock Is (II I PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA. I ..

], lug; n ; : "arvnJir: : :/!:.->r3:: bias 1 ) .meals In a chophouse. The Lady- that of the Beauvals cathedral. It h

rngs.! Th-: :""'-. a C
I teat 01 I them hir. >. 1 l-ut I tN..':y'il .-a\v; lst: ue shed. Yon can take your dinner In I pieces, arcor.llnj to a Trench state" I HOWEAND I, NEW 1 SMYRNA miles south is situated of Daytona fif- ORANGES 7 r
about h. ]mine I If Y"'] our soni"' wood first ment. One !see' on the! t fifty-two dial
: nil ::r
i [ reached
juntyrest and is an ideal spot If you want the
STETSON I plates the l Iunr. HIP tip! ,,,' 'klUll I f ..
diy. ( / '
T surface road V'T l *-t Orange
IL.U.I i r >
of no uii! ? j-rit-1: ti) every i* or I I I from Daytona by a hard >
t / the month the rS>!n ', the !s"t inj ,,* apph| lit
; CURRIERFLORIDA of the most pic-
the lat- I woman \vli> lis!' ID .pawn her \voud.us: : i I winding through one
| UNIVERSITY Ponce Parkand I the !Mm.' thn phases of ih*' un) n. the !I turesque parts of Florida. I Point Grove
1 rinc. They r"'=i.'iiib:> wedJ.njj: rings,
rsorfaccJohn DKLAND. F r tide! :?. the: time In the! priiiipal] : rapItnU! With its ancient nuns dating backto for the R..d land Indian
Four Oollt you s&', and with th'r} I h"'Ip:: a wife ran I the of man
when
gt"1 and G of the world! together; wllli n series of a time history UH.TOran
ELlead. Tt"Chnteal Equipment Hchooll. ,f! t s'' Mrs. H. H. Foster t an Ohio lady pledge her p)!i.l olrvlet without the I terrestrial and astronomical I evolutions.: LANDS runneth not interlaced with wiresof the brat. In th'
'Olt. here recently from St. knowledge of her frionds.! I and tele- stati.Groe'
came ; the modern
tog woo telegraph
c nt-arJy '400,000 The framework Is: of c'ilrn.4 i oak S t.y; SKW: KM l\ HA AKLOItllM
-
Endowment 03110:.(cup, Petersburg, is locaced: w.th Mrs. C. "I've studied! the! pawnbroker's!;: business !. New Smyrna 5 > phone, its miles of shell streets as situated 11m
of the Faculty or meters or 12.:! by 1GVt i feet. When tl-- from Daytona on
>i
Professors hard floor and
and smooth over
Day !street.Hot In England Germany and France as a
and H. Abbott on' j clock the Daytona'N.wSmyrna
In .. i strikes all the edlflce seems Inmovement. M.LEIDERSDORFResident
treat in atructor.Uhrlstlan and !In those countries, too It H: the arched by hoary forest giants that Road.
but The designer wished to de- Agent grew in stately grandeur during the
knownnlty Fkctarfaa 1 Prices Moderate
> Tt'aching. baths per.s Barber Shop. customary thing for the progressive pict the last This wonderful
For : I Tomorrow Feb. 23 Judpment. : Town and lapse of bygone centuries New
infor t1on. . dealer to keep a supply of brass ringson FERD
address: clock Is the work of a Dffiu\'wian.. Country Smyrna is-truly a place of romance
: of Lincoln Hull i The new 50 horsepower: engine for: hand for free distribution among M. Vertte. He died In 1887.i .- NORDMANNProprietor
needy wl\"es.--e"; York Tribune. Property and rest
Thereags Ph JJ. Lit&. '
D.. McCoy Brothers' steamer Republic ar
.
.
D. Ji All nature here is inviting to
andendow. Preslden'I'I''I'LJ. rived a few days since and is being ........ ...1.............. the tourist and pleasure-seeker.very Here
[ installed and the boat wiJ probably I A Poet's Wardrobe. YACHTRAMBLER .

[ne replailding> I be put.in commission the latter:. part The poet Alfieri-be was the subject i AUTO OWNERS ATTENTION If I i R. S. MALEY too is to be found the best fishing and
J. I.'S PERKINS of this week.Rememberthe. of a romance with the Countess of i hunting the state of Florida. I

Ire than ,,1 1 r 'Albany and so figures In Mr. II. M. : ===--===-.:----- :1 General The people are thrifty, the business I

Unitedfor :... carnival date Feb.]!!!Vaughan's "The Last Stuart Queen"- .. Hardwareand men enterprising, and all unitein
the Attorney andCc.unsdlor' 25. i became very egotistic and ill tempered Don't ';..t, .IIgust'd with vuleanIzinclwctu3rS4)mrttluatrurorgarage; .1 extending the welcome hand of I -
I I In old age. "Ills eccentricity" says .
-, h"nol he. 'I"rn oIp"rln..ntln: on
Ins over Mr. Vaughan "kept pace with his uncontrollable :your valu.lbl'' tire". ('IIII'lnd tllll; 1\ hospitality to strangers. There are II
Peck of Brookline 1\Iass..j 4 8:45 Gille's Dock. Builder's
Bradford a. ra., .
11 1, ones at Law j violence for, always sensitive over with tIt'"ulC'lInl7.C'r. llottneAve'nur : five church edifices for white people
with Mrs. C. H. Abbott !ooItt'1t1ll I'htnt. Third nra.on
with :1 Js located I: to the effects of heat and cold he 9:00: a. m. South Bridge.50c. .. In Io""tona. TPnri. of ecfr: .rirnee.Hutatrd. . Supplies and an equal.number for the colored
Win. t I .
and Mr. and Mrs. Roxby on of .atlstlt'd eutonirre.1'Ires
1 had his clothes with Furnitureand the town has an excel I
outlay specially arranged to nt 1111 rim". population;
: : .
Will t street Mr.\ Peck has spent
Practice InState Bay sevj!j
one ol :tapes and ribbons so that portions of lent high school a splendid public I
jiildingsIfsrtxmt FederalCourts and j G oral past seasons in Daytona but d.dnot : them could be removed by his servants w. s. MCGREGOR Agent : I library, aad up-to-date bnsiness j I
visit here last winter. .1 j I Round Trip.Ralph UndertakingNew
i lDa from any part of his body should a houses. |I
or I I particular member feel! too warm or : VULCANIZER : 1
There number of pretty J!
SmyrnaTHE are
4 'Come earlyto a\od: the rush, I too chilly." Nutting, Mgr. : Cottage Ave. Repairs that HOLD : any
[country i LAN D, FLA. Friday night. "V-audei ilie." 69-St: homes for the permanent population, j I
is five I .......................... which numbers close to 2,000. and i
Capt. C. M.\ AIcL'ona'd' did not -I i
vcr, on .1 some very fine winter residences. i STATEJANK t xr
1 find the owner of the yacht Xethia I Ir
of the WRIGHTINSURANCE CASHES ROACHPEPPER tr There are good hotels and boarding ;
i at Titustiile lass week, and after O OCEAN HOUSE E
ida. L I! THE DESPLAND HOTELWILL i "*ot cYOTAfr\ wow I houses where you can find accommo-I i r ,
there
watting >>r a day or two he NEW SMYRNA
tON1AIN3 X HAS NO
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Lets F. W. SAMS dations to meet requirements. f
your |
are J. returned to this place with the boat i I NoroISON V ODOR I
-.. ?L rUt J> |J-T411t: Adjoining New Smyrna is'as fine a ; JOHN:' HAMMOND j
Jtimatedover 1 xa n .
1 and she Is now lying at the boat yard HOLD A Kllli Roichti. Anti Moths, Flea* B.dbugs.t.7 1'r. -Ui..nt
g AGENCYDeLand awaiting the arrival or some word FUet.Hoiquito!. Reaps Ticks and Flier away Rates section of f vegetable land as can be 11KXNM.NGI ; '
1 I from Stock KMP rna anil Sonhud oil : Olio. L. I
I found anywhere. This land has been ..1litlTTransacts
Grapes, -- from her ownerV.. Kenyon, ofBrooklyn roultry.all InMeu on Yeretaula. Xxpi w as
f\ vu,par from Corn and praventi Hoj Chol- j $3.00 per Day divided into small farms which can !
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jmmons, a
.rs. 25 Cents a Boa.r
berries Florida \t TENNIS TOURNAMENT Ya.dad,, ads b sw ,.a, ..> wid".I. Special per be bonght at reasonable prices. Someof I
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RWMG M we iD 99 po <* a fro .pen .I
Bargain, qiirck sale: 6 i I II .. I Week the finest celery grown in the state
\plenty r 3 acres II I Rok Papa m i o. -cr ol Rauklor 25 C tt.Io.Sl.00 I Banking j
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I ,.pa.df RoKipepps. er.p4$ of Rr.u is raised this land. All other ve*e-I jt
in ; eaKe I:'xi'fil.-iit Hunting on
rcments OLDEST room cottage city Enquire Ed-i '' !: ; Business / t I
I and Fishing;: tables in abundance, and here II.I.
ds, an mondson & Donnelly or Chas. Kenney ASHE DISINFECTANT CO. -' grow I
ton
lights, LARGESTand Seabreeze. GS-tf I' 1 0 MIAMI FLORIDA I XK\V: KMVUNAKI.OKIHA fOO, is the home of the famous Indian I 4 Per Time Cent.Deposit Interest
ASriE'S RATSALT I
aver oranges.
owned BEST' ; I IGA.Rw h1,.enJ Cn.rar.dw..aiaa w> ads :;{: I
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)Ir. and Mrs. \V. F. Shrmway arrived -I I

Tuesday. afternoon from Fort i il For the Guests of the Hotels and for the Cottagers, ,

fly that For Florida l Plain X. Y., and are located with i iI .. ........... .e.... ....... ..1I
arnrnn* Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Brown on South beginning i :........................:


),.Meth..Presktholics- GROVES FARMS j. I.. a Ridgewood prominent a'enue.Ir.druggist of. Shumway Fort Pla'u"s i! MONDAY MARCH SIXTH ., .; R. H. MCDONALD |. I The Joseph Zapf Co. | "I

TIMBER or and he and his wife haH many .* MEATS *.
Metho- t friends here among the pecp'e' hailing .
TRUCK *
I ENTRANCE COMPLIMENTARYOpen ';' : JACKSONVILLE. FLA. |
r from that section of the
LAND country. 1 Florida and Western . _
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a ten Send for Bargain k[. I II I The Choicest Steaks and .. : Is justly callel the largest and most reliable liquor t

whichIrnishcd Sheet tow 'WANTED girl for general I Tournament for Ladies' Singles II. The Primest Roasts j : house in Florida. Sole distributors for *
f housework white
; or colcitd, references .

|e most THE GOULDIOOTIEN '.. required.' Apply! Daily Ne-vs. 1 Open Tournament for Ladies' Doubles 2 T.-l.phon"u.what\ you want and WI' :: : Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer |
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pnb- [ CO 69-3t Open Tournament for Mixed Doubles wltlt-ntleavorto !.''r that you !grt; It. *

Open Tournament (for Men's Singles : I'hon B; 1 : Special attention is called to the :

)eLand I'ELAN' FLA ; Friday afternoon from :3 1 to 5 o'i MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. ,
little I POULTRY 5Th : .
clock Mrs. A. H. Kling will
serve
Entries can be made by 'phone or note to The Despland Hotel, or by per- .
many tea at her residence :\ : vnrllfryou leave>ourorder thesttrr 4
on Magnolia '
sonally entering names on lists at office. I. lists will be cheerfully furnished. :
of the THE enue for benefit of St. :Mary's (' a\1 ) \ ch.inoou li.iv of ucttliij;: : Price

to GORDONGARAGE to which all are most cordially : Entries will close Friday Noon, March 3. Cups will be given to winners..I : the cholo ->t. : I ................................................N.....

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DAILY NEWS
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a ..N. 'rl..NaaN..N.o o.NNN e. N NNNN.eei5weaters THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS i Peninsula Variety .. .........
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Published every evening except ?OH- j I Ij
Store : WE SELL :
1 1 by
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0 THE GAZETTE-NEWS CO. DAYTONA BEACH. fLA.Ext''ptlonal j i; Automobile- accessories of all kinds. The best kinds ! ..

0i T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor. MomysaUngValues :
Oft .
in : lubricating oils on the market.

i- i C. S. HARRIS. City Editor. Enamel Ware : i

HARRY L. ROOD Adv. Manager
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Japanese China I
GEO. F. CROUCH Superintendent.Entered I Ii WE REPAIR r : L.

A very complete line of the famous Schmidt Knit i as second class matter I LacesRibbons ..

Sweater Coats for men, women, misses and chil- December 1, 1910 at the po tofficeat II I Ii Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. 1 Greatly EnlJSu

:. dren. A full line of Phoenix Mufflers.. :. Daytona, Florida, under Act of I! Opposite Webster'sGrecery Store ii i.Ii i. 0:.

l March 3, 1879. | Seabreeze Ave. 0

BROTHERS | Ii Central Auto I II ..
IANTHONY .......4.....N........................................ Garage. i

Z Home of Hart SchaEfner & Marx Clothes. i : Complete Machine Shop : I a0NNONNNN...............................J ;i. :....Bummer1....

.0........N.N.............NN.........NN ON.NN : Clarendon d Garage 6 Co.C REPAIRING ALL KINDS BY : '. ..
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+4.......+...........+.....+.+.+..................... :: A COMPETENT b1ACH1NIS : !. f.- ....IM,_ ........

I f .. OPPOSITE HOTEL CLARENDON, SEABREEZE, FLA. I II BOND LUMBER COMPANY !
A / aa
i Rail and River i : Manufacturers cf : I T
By i
: AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. ?arcadonExchnnge.:: \ i : : I ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER I:. .

:...............................,4..................:1 I: Laths Shingles Flooring Ceiling Brick Lime and Cement in SlockOffirt it .
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: and Yards: Fast I Coast Railway Orange Af.Thone .:

....................................................: : 83. R. MALBY.. Manager. &r ..
l'LANTIC COAST LINE. .
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TEN YEARS AGO : ___ dejselected
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Best Service to the EastPalmette. .: ;; ;;;.""--.... ;. .........._ : ft

I /Ijeave Jacksonville 7.30a.m FROM THE GAZETE-NEWS OF FEBRUARY 23. 1901. : : .

Limited. I Arrive.. Havannah.11.55 tun: _........................_................................. i, 5 help used
Augusta.................. fiOp.ru, - - - I I What's the
DAILY. Carrying through Coaches, chariston 4.:17: p.m F. C. Allen has purchased a lot Clarence Rasch of Cov:ngton, Ky i I $ with all th!
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Electric-Irghted Pullman Drawing Room !N! \\! wSgfoi: : ::: 4:YI7; aim x.m.: : of Mrs. Jessie Smith in Seabreezeand died at the home of his uncle: Stephen -I .

Sleepers, Dining Cars. Jacksonville to I -.. Baltllllor.' ..... .... .. ".l a.m. will erect a house there. Smith of Seabl"l'eze.Ionda)' of I J finest CheSummer

... York. 'y. Phlud..lphla..l1.su.m.e. ...""". :: i j jConcet
New York.: 150p.mNew Don Morris left Thursday for consumption.The: I 0

York and Florida Special. Dally Except Humiay. No.1'3 Palm Beach, where he wag: open a fUse :.e.....
/ Leave Jacksonville..... 1.10 p.m. lumber yard for the Bond & Bond Daytona baseball players: went I
of this train de Luxe. ..
f Description popular /$vnnnnh ............. ....... 5mpm. to DeLand last Saturday and I
This train consists of Pullman Drawing .. over ;
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Chsrlrston ...,. . II.:!)p.m. company.F. of time
Boom, Ht. te Kooin.Hleeplng Dining and U- spending your sweating over a
brar'7-0bsto.Tation cars, heated by steam.Arrive Richmond........................ 7.1/{/ a.m. indulged in a running mat.-h with the ..........I
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the>new hlgh-speed brakes and ., Hshlnptonto .10.2.)8.rn. N. Conrad and J. W. Wilkinson DeLand players. Score, 18 to 2:>, in hot stove these hot days trying to get .
brilliantly: lighted throughout by t'1t-c'trlc- BaIUlllort'' .................. .....ILa7a.m. I .
fly special l lights tiring provided for each ".. 5'est Philadelphia....... IM p.m.bertb. have formed a partnership for the favor of DeLand.At the family ironing done on time when ; .
dew 1ork. Ptnn. R. R. I
affording perfect comfort in \ "
or for reading at night. writing /Hta.,-

Leave Jacksonville. 9.15a.m. The firm name is Wilkinson & Con-I the city election the lowing ..cI .
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Florida and West Indian Limited. / Arrive&v nnuh. I 1.20 I IoJ. officers were chosen: Mayor; G. H. .
p.nl.DAILY
.. ..Augusta................. ft.50p.ni. rad. .
Carrying Through Coaches, Charleston............... 5.4 p.m. Ludwig; clerk J. \\VLkinson; assessor I AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRON ..T .
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Electric Lighted Pullman Drawing Room Washington! b.l0a.trt. B. Moore who was elected com- Geo. E. Poster; collector: o
:; . ... 8.40
.. Steeping Cars Dining& Cars. Jacksonville Baltimore.T ....'.'..'....'.'....10.11%a.m.a.m. modore of the Halifax Uher Yacht F. Douglass; counci.'men: C. Al. 11'1 r ..

t toNew\ork.V I\ W.New Phllia..lphla..11.3p.m.York! ........ ...... l 1.5(1( p.m Olub, has resigned and T. R. Mc- ham. Jr., and bert Fo'ter. .

Murray has been elected to fill the I I : O.
Coast Line Flo ida Mail. /'Leave Jacksonville! 7-V,) Graham Thompson has purchased .
p.m G. H. elected
I Arrive Havannah................I::!(I,')a.m. vacancy. Blymyer was r
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches Charleston. .MA'/)a.m vice commodore.In of William Atwood his house and I $3fO:75 White Hel

.ad Electric-LiRhted!; Drawing Room "" Richmond ....... nttS' !.. I former drug store and wi'l move hs: :' .
\yvshington .
I Beeping Cfars. Jacksonville to New York. -" Rtitiinore..."..'.'.!"....'.'.'.".I IJUalmBtops :; : a conversation with Mayor Ludwig bicycle business into the store build-I}:|I : The I'rlncl

at Meal Stations. I\ '4 W.>*'W.york................ .:.1:1: a.m.: he stated that all dogs must be : ing. )Ir. Atwood bought Mr. Thornsou's ])- :: I] r O Palm Bench>(
Local Sleeper Jacksonville to Savannah. | : .
dwelling house: on Day street. i ii
provided with a license tag and owners 1 I .
r Best Trains to the West. i 1 Sat
ri i I of canines not complying with I -- I 0 III.

I Nos I the ordinance by March 1 will: be arrested Sunday evening returning from aI I I These are the Standard Laundry Irons and are ..........
:1Fo. !!. South Atlantic t I Lid No. 3a Nos minutes walk .
I 3q and 58 I Montgomery f Route t i1i.umlllIUfpm and fined. I ten G.V. MacKenzie: I I- .
I' found the back window of his store : for sale by

r.T..Jltt.kllOD\-IlIl'.. .Ar! I' ... ... I ..........i
.45pll1 Lv. and
HI5pm Jackson v'IIIr .Ar 7!I 1eat open somebody inside. With .
l.IIIam Ar...... .Atlanta..Lv iO.t.pnt: N51tnw Ar ._.Montgontrry..In I Last Saturday J. E. Louse sod! h's
8.40 pm Aroo ...I..oul..lll........1.1, H.1 /111111 lt.lOpm Aroo..Hlrll1ln hall1. ..L,' 8.40 ai'pm Mr. Glue he entered the sore irom : .
l.06am Ar..Indianapolis.\ ...Lv. 4.Iaant 1..IUplI1 Ar . .Nashvlllr..bv', 8.2.i nit I"n) stock of groceries and the holding '''I the back, the burglar at the same :I The .. T:
e.dspm Ar.i..Cincinnatl..I 1oI..nnaut II 1.llIam Ar..Evansv1ik: .....ix :,.,Muni he has occupied for the past 1- Schantz Electric Ice .
7.1Oam Ar ......(.hlcago..L\ 9.toput l 1.4118111 Ar..Nt.Louis ......1.\.1 .IiJpm time making his escape front the .
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.... store to Morrison & Smith :
Y.Jdam Ar. ('hlcHIO.......I.,' aIlproi years as a
I I front door. It was found that a 4 a
and this firm will move its other .

fri. Dixie; Flyer Route No. i'5. No. S'!. Seminole Limited I "0. 93. stock and combine it with the Longe trunk had"** been rif.ed and about $::i : and Water Co. a. w
taken.
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stock making one of the 1'irgest: grocery : '

tll6pm Lt'...Jackson'IlIt'.. Ar 7511ant s,411pi Lv. ...Jack"on'lllt'....Ar! 7.IL5ant' stores in the city. __. .. .__ .. '
The Order of Eastern herd:
10.sipm Ar.\\.a'rols..I. 5.4nltll1 11I.4( pin Ar" "'w'ayeross .....Lv 5.ttouat. : Star a +'
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700amAr. Atlantn..Lv. H.4Ilpll1' :t'"lIum Ar..Alhlll1'.I., l.Yinnt' public installation and the following! )I' - r r
8.4Z pmAr..E'ansvllle. Lv 64iaut 11.i1nut: .
Ar..Blrndngbant..Lv
I.Mam Ar..Chicago..Lv 95l' put 1.158111 Ar ..... 4.44t pm A. E. Trowell met with a painful officers were installed by Mrs. Ew- ,
7.JO am ...r......Ht.iAUls..Lv 1'1)5' : pm 1.0Ilm Ar..I.Chicago..in't. Louis.....1.,!I 11'1 9.'pml:' )'pm accident while driving home from ing, worthy} matron: C.-Mattie Car- ;, .ro-............................................... .. I

For Rates, Pullman Reservations? and Information Call on or Write Port Orange Sunday evening. He ter; A. C.-Cather.ne Smith; S. ;,i. .. II tixYi
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had proceeded about a mile when the James Camtll; points of the star-: ': .
A. M. FRITOT. Division Pass. Aft. W. D. STARK. Traveling fast .. Southern I
Ajt.JACKSONVILLE buggy> pole dropped down and the Railway a
I S38 WEST BAY STREET .. - - . Ada Mrs. William Lallough! ; Ruth, I.. .
FLA. horses started to run, dragging Mr. Mr,. Parkinson; Esther, Mrs. Frank .

:+...................................t4tNN.....N.. Trowell along the ground and bruising Peck; Martha Mrs. Gambling: ; Elec- : NORTH, EAST AND WEST ..
.. his wide and foot. ta, Mrs. Chas. Smith
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-- : Cherokee. 1 OIHOKa RiverroH : Wiii.'iirJi.i..ii.w. ii, i ... i i"iii I Pretty chilly for the members of 4 == Fast Vestibule Trains Daily ==4 ...........

the city hall bench Tuesday
congress j
: I JUST I .
GOSSIPS FROM
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and Wednesday: but the daily ses- .
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: S THE GOSSIPER. sFt sions were held on the sunny sidejj" r
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. : I JACKSONVILLE"The
of the building just the | .
t s ";.Y.YNNJ.lmNNm..mm: >t > mn..mm't. s'ime. .

.I" : The largest; fastest and only boat stopping at the *. The Gossiper wa n DeLand Tues-j *** i! ..
I II The movement started by the Daytona : i Florida Special" 7:40: a. m. .
cabin day and while at .the county seat board of trade for the establishment .
: upper ,
"The Southeastern Limited" 9:00: a. .
.1 I made a visit to the ourthoiibe and of free mail delivery in th" :: S01.1t.hern'
: Steam lie.e |
oily should have the earnest r'! "The-Florida Limited" .8:05: p.
First-class dropped into the office of the county sUP i .
: Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin. J I m'l .
judge for a chat with Jud McCrory..,, of every iiiizen. This is one of u.e \ "The Atlanta-Jacksonville Special" 8:50: p.
....................................................: The conversation drifted around to things; needed to impress vis.tos: r.
and tra\elers that this, *9 r
city is ----- -
up to = .
C tate and county IiCf'lJseand it was
Both Alike One Way."I hon by the rtcorc's! in .ludne Mc- date and it will relieve! iu a large I: rs- I MlPalmetto

I shall wed money," said A. Steamers U.S.A.Constitution. I CNry's office that the first of this inv.i.->ure Conditions at tli p1<.:ivoiiue; : \ Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping to Atlanta, Ashvillc, Cincinnati, .
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Y TApd I shall marry blood, said B. month there were 1'J: hott-'n: in Dayton which are bound to .tire a Lad imj Chicago, Cleveland, Colorado Springs, Detroit, Louisville and New York. .
"You will flat it the
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same i ii :
yourdaily AND ., I pret>sion:; of the city.: The m-jor; \\Al I: tc
lives," said C. and a number in Seabreeze and \ _ .
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I .on begin to rigidly eniorce tht o1dii.dnoe :'- .
Daytona Beach doug: busiiie-s with
"IIotlu'ttrtl \, plus B. ,
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OilSituated
: requiring a.l hc.ti. le I
I I "Money talks!', you know" grinned out state and county licenses. Uesidrs : to i!i SOUTHERN RAILWAY DINING CARS i
II are now running between numbered and some trouble; and .
CL "and blood \\tell.-Toledo Blade. these hotels there w ere at that .114

- time between -10 and GO other business convenience may be saved by lro- I: -- -- ------ -- I ..........I

I IFO--- CI OJ] DAYTONA and enterprises being conducted in' perty owners doing this duty themselves J ..

PALM BEACH Daytona without these same state i ,,'iUwut"aitiDg for iLttiution : '- ; City Ticket i Office, 108 West Bay Street Jacksonville i Florida .

g The Attractive Way 0 I I and county permits. There is no I from the city. ; I! i .
I .:.: : I Iftt'wt"mber IN. I.. MKKK: : <.. Il.I! i'.TFl'r.A. I I : I
Leaving! Daytona Saturdays and particular reason why this condition I.. P.\.. Atlanta..i.; ]1'.1'' .\.. .III' k-",n\lll--. .Fln.'I !
1i j of affairs should exist at this time I the carnival date, Feb. I: :
i North and West Tuesdays at 8.00a.m. because of :_n-.,. I ................................,.................. O Ocean. It h!
I except : neglect on the
I bound South. : arc large, anjvice
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4t o I'' Leaving Palm Beach Saturdaysand tels and business enterprises: in 110-1 Feb. 22 In American History. -........-------- r on apphcatijBI is

t J South Atlantic Limited Tuesdays at 9:00: m. 1732 Georpe Washington born in :
ing out the licenses required by law. i ..... .I.|
;I bound North. a Judge McCrory says he will: be in j Westmoreland county. Va.; died at
11 Leave Jacksonville 8:15 pm. Mount Vernon Dec. 14, 17l>9. ,
I Prince -orpe Il'kiR'EPUBLIC> Daytona next week Monday and ,
A solid through train daily 177S-Rembrandt Peale, celebrated artist STEAMER SWANLENGTH
ready to collect these licenses. The!
For Cincinnati & Louisville i XvLo painted Washington from [ ''I :........I
county judge is not required by law I
0 I life born; died 1SCO. )
Through electric lighted sleepers will run 4rtweenDAYTONA to come here to make these collections 1819-.James Russell Lowell, poet author i'I 150 FEET-281 TONS. : THE
I but has decided to do this as i
To Indiantpolis & Grand Rapids : and diplomat born; died 1891. I .

i AND an accomodation to those who have 1847-Battle of Buena Vista, Mexico, j J
With excellent Fresh
accommodations and service, lighted by i : milk, v|
I ST. AUGUSTINEEarly not yet secured these permits. He and defeat of Santa Anna's Mexican III O
Dixie Flyer feels that he will be compelled to army by American : electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passengers r
In Fl
>runry .
0o place the list of those who do not under General Zacbary YOlunteersl'1: is now being operated betweenDAYTONA I .

Leaves Jacksonville 8:25 pm. I pay by Monday night into the handsof IS! -Edgar Wilson Nye I. :
McCOY BROTHERSSeminole .
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morist, died born 1S31.::;
solid the solicitor ;
A through train daily I county to make ('01.
n I IASTRONOMICAL
I Jections. While in Daytona Judge 1 and

--H For Chicago il McCrory will be Fitzgerald! & Gate EVENTS. I
U Limited ? (Fnjm noon today to noon tomorrow.) I ;N NN

ii o i office ready to receive payments on I Sunsets/ 5:40: rises CSS: ; moon rises PALM BEACH .
SOLID TRAIN these licenses. e
Route
Montgomery 8::: a. m. .
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Electric Lighted Throughout.' _____ e.
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Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. II + .

Drawing team sleeper daily U ,otg41t170P0 F. E. C. TIM I TABLE i 0. American Pla|

For E:va.isville:.;; & St. Louis 0o i iIN .
EFFECT J.\l.A:
Br y }IILIII I and Intermediate Points, through the Picturesque Halifax: : ..

Donna: Cars on all trains TH P.oCib-fleet.: 110W0;:' tioartt InR.u' 1'v : and Indian River Route. I .........
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I I II .. ... : Leave Daytona Thursdays ... .. 8:00: a. m. II
I I For full particulars address :17 k 7 Hit :13 I :-1t au :14 ie t.v :s4'p
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: ___ _1---- __ _ _ I Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8:00 a. m. s
T. B. WALKER Fla. Pass. Agent CHICAGO ST. LOWS i .. I .. . : ........
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0 :! 11 Jt lap\ / l'! "'1\ :).'11 Jacksonville : 7 :"I' :{ ii' J ea : II
V !a 1I' II "a1.! I I :.Si' I')II' l"u' III'' :.:" tit. -\UluHIM: :1 1 E; ;"", : I:.i. fL I; : .. ; ::: .
AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. I: --a ;:; 4::I) : :':'p I:! :" p I :"'.I' IIrmunJ : ::t. :: ::'t'1' 11 I Ir, 'H:. I i.l -OK TICKETS AND STATEROOMASK .
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MOKE TROUBLES IN KAYTI

L 1 1market. ti' I HOTEL DESPLAND j jI Ij In ; IHOTEL CLARENDON II

i NEWS OF THE HOTELS ONE I KILLED[ SEVERAL[ HURT. A.SEABREEZET .
The best kinds of : ,_ ": F .


-I NOW Daytona,OPEN Florida !! ij} -4' BATTLE BETWEEN RIOTOUS GOVERNMENT :. .., .'f.. , FLORIDA J


: f tf y Mrs J S Thomas and :Mrs Mary F TROOPS HAS FATAL : /r, tR7t lea IY/ Absolutely |

IR <- i L. M.\ WAITE, Owner and Manager. Thomas, Bridgeport, Conn, N C.. RESULTS NATIONAL GUARD : w Fireproof
: t Hager and wife Columbus. 0, J B I :

I in condition. I Schaeffer and wife Reading, Pa, are I .
any t DISMISSED.
1T i. Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all 1 :
registered at the Gables. : Sow Open V
: . . Sides. Rooms Ensnite. Steam Heat. Every ModernConvenience. II CAPE HJIYTIEN, Feb. 22-\ battle .. .;

: Send for Booklet. Come to Laughland via the Ha. between riotous government troops : :
Offices
Booking :
i ; .., CONCERTS DAILY.Bummer t Ha, roue, Feb. 25.:; (CD-St; :: has resulted in one soldier It-ing Seabreeze, Florida E. L. POTTER, President .
rarage.OMPANY. t --- killed and several fatally! injured. As : Hotel Blackstone. Chicago :

:\ '! : ATLANTIC Hurst, Xarrap.m; Pt.r, Rhode Island.NNNN Mr. and Mrs. Edso A. Case of a result of these ros:: the national 1180 Broadway New York W. S. KENNEY Manager .

NNNNNetNNNeON ...1 :.... eM..........N.........eN........ Cleveland O, and D. Selover! and guard has been dimissed from service ........................................................
wife of Carthage, Ill., are recent: arrivals - -- -- ---
.e..eN...NESS :J ; from the north They are __ I..0. 001000.00'0000...i0.i d...OJ. .NWOtMi..0

r stopping at the Prospect FIRE IN EVANSVILLE; ]
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Located in the Most

.RiDGEWooi.j) CIGAR FACTORY BURNS. ] S area o S a Inn Spot on the Halifax .O..1
'Don't fail to see the woman with
EVANSVILLE, Ind., Feb. :22 -The JOHN J. McGUIRE Proprietor.
i a thousand pockets at the earnh'al.Feb. . g
LUMBER : i LANGWORTHY :25.:; 69.3t Golden cigar fictory, recently purchased J TITE INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better in
ne and Cement in Stock J ;: E. D. Proprietor. i by the American Tobacco <
--- | Florida. Table of (the best of everything in season. Terms as reasonable as
[and Orange Ave. j Late arrivals at The Hamilton include company and offices: of the Evansville :i i 1 the service will i
t permit giveu on application. Dee. 1st to May 1st. Phone No. 112

J. MALBY Manager e 1 ... NOW OPEN. C II Whitner, Jacksonville, Mrs Gas and Electric: company: was :.....................................-.c............
.N.NNO NNe.e: 1 Ida F Vennerbrook, Providence R destroyed by fire tola,}'. The lost! ;

l i All departments will be managed by white Northern help, i. I, T X Frost and wife, Mrs C R will amount to about 200000. The ,N.NN..N..N..N N..I......4....NN N..NN N O S..

............ Wade, Brockton Mass; Mrs John Van burning of the building throws -l"" y .
3 selected from some of the finest hotels in the North and white
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THE BENNETTNow :
: i 0 Deman Miss Van Deman. Delaware persons out of employment.

I j jI help used 'throughout the house. The table will be supplied 0, Mrs E C Muese Low Moor Va. I I 0 IAl"I'NA): FI.OIUUA. :
1.Y 1 0 COLD WEATHER SAID !. '>'I'| 'n for Hi- Ihll'd I IIMIII mull i tin. If'*'i.iI iiiniuiL''<.nt .,r.\ M. and J1. K:. s i
.Y.YI i with-all the delicacies of the season cooked and served by the O I.ANF.ttoptt'tol= :: |'' eatku' Moil. '1 IIIHi III..tll. !> III M.i.Ill-s III t \' I I.\ p:Hilt'Illlir. Th.I .
Come to the vaudeville! and carnival TO BE MOSTLY OVER. .... ,
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I b l iitun "n r< -"hiiMHI | l 11'.1" U ll" x hit < III'III| \ n IJlt"h'rn lion-i n curl hUII..III .
(. finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, and help swell the "Island! Park moh.| r. III.tln i e1l'U'IIH'! i.M I"h> \ I..ItI10011"l "Ind.! ttiilt. \\I..t! IM tutTwottll' i
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a .A TL.T.Ga.., Feb. 22::-It is in- """ Iimi;: JlOI" I \\1111. ?t 1" marts, IIUIIKll uAlrtl.( I .
a Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House Shelter Island, N. Y. lui.tl. (693tZ ; thought the cold reached Its climax : Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages Marblehead Massachusetts. :

I .; I this morning when the thermometer '...s......e......................................O... ,
.Af tiMN.........................................eN.eN. The City Hotel register shows the .

: : i I following late arrivals: E E Huguley,II reached :2u.: Macon and Montgomery 0..0.00 OON O.....N NO........N N.O NNN.iN.0.M
reported :6: and Jacksonville! :3 34 I
ime sweating over a J J Murphy, Atlanta, Ga, A E Elevier II
I ...sis.......i.isi.i.......ii.......i.sF ......... High winds prevailed! generallyand i i iI I
days trying to get : Columbus, 0, R S Thirrel, Chicago it is believed the damage to fruitin | THE PROSPECT
J H Carr, Baltimore C Evans I
done on time when : +7 F THE PRINCE GEORGE I Georgia will not be serious. '! _
New York City, A E Haight, Boston, I 109 South Ridgewood Ave. I

!hh : DAYTONA, FLORIDA : Mass, R L Hard'ige, Charlotte, X C, Indications are that freezing weather : 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office.
will prevail tonight far south
as Steam Heat
T S New !
h Howell Smyrna.
.. i : Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors : -- as north Florida and frost; to central [i P. J. DOYLE Proprietor. I '
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[1C IRON .
Florida. i
i Come to the vaudeville and carnival I....M ON..NNONOMO OOOONO..N.N......ONMN00.. '
be the best situated Hotel in this section.
Conceded to' and help swell the "Island Park !

I II', Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. fund." 6y! -3t THE YACHT WAYFARER HERE i, ..................................................... I
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i Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. .... I AWAITING RETURN OF OWNER t HOTEL SENECA JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.I I

. i Steam Heat Throughout. : "=Old Love Letters," new Daytona The tr.m; ) looking ,}"acht'ayfar'r, '' J < OKNKK: ITl l. \MMK'K\NHTH( : : : !

I' : theater, Thursday night, Feb. 23. oft'w .
which Mc-
White Help in Dinind Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st Smjrna was at ENTIRELY NEW. .
I'i : -- l>onald' boat yard last week being I .
Recent arrivals at the Hid eood Albert Bennett Proprietor C. R. Bennett, Manager
i r The Prlncpi 'orge IMorU the only lamllng In JIlij, tona tort"'t. AufU'tlM urcl j overhauled and put in the best of : :
: include T J Foley, Evanston, III, T I .
: Palm Bach boats. Ptirtlculars, with plt'Jt"urf' condition for a cruise to I'a'iu BHH'h. : A Mo. M.i< for Ni." I'. ojil'. Iliiiin:\ \ : 1Vat'r.l -M- inn "' lit 1 and,, I I hoin' III\\\ f2 f\: ?i\ :
B Brown, New York Dr J Boucher
: r c. is now lying at the Halifax River itooin \\'tut'* s nit' Thr.uchiit .../gjx Mr. FosterJNEW
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and wife 0 P Thomas
Hartford Conn
{ j Same Management as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N. J. U wife and child Johnstown Pa W Yacht Club wharf awaiting the return :- .....................................................

| Irons and are I I :MitiIOI.I.I.I....I.l.i.iI...*.I.I.I.i.....i..i...ti i E Strantman, Cincinnati D II Hillman of her owner A. W. Hrown. ___ _h __
y front Chicago, 111, to which: city hf ......................................................
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Nashville, F Geo W libbs, Detroit
went the later part of latt; week I'X- H H MANWILLER. Proprietor
t F .1.......i.i.i...i.I.I.I.I.l.I.....I.I.I.I...I...l... 1) J White Sprmgiie: l, Mass, pt>ting .to I le back here the 1 bUt SEASIDE INN DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA :
I It II McDowell, Cole S C, A It Hastings I
part of this week .lr. Brown iI'tt'llds : : This new and select family hotel has )just been: enlarged: and rein:nished J

tctric 1 Ice I 1 I THE NEW GABLES !j Boston. to cruise in the Wayfarer *o : for the season 1910-11 to meet the requirements of its growing patronage *

Don't fail to visit the Gypsy:;; tent Palm Beach to witness the mo.oi : Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths: Electric and Gas Lights Call Bells +

i Fla. .. I at the carnival. Fortunes guaranteed. boat races in which he w:.11 enter his J Rates $2.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application *
Daytona
iCo.ilway ; ., own boat the Bill, at ono time the ... !vnnnn.". i r -\clcll'--. : Hull-! I 11.I i IIF:1'!: 11.1 I I !h C:. <>.'. .m <,i''o\. V..I.' I *
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IN000 I :. NEW LOCATED.HOUSE.EVERY CENTRALLY MOD. I 1 i Late arrivals at the DesI>]and hotel property of the late Commodoi .1.J ]...................................................V!.
J II. Allen. : --- -
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.. are :Misses :M\ P and E P Stew-
-. : ERN CONVENIENCE AND The Wajfarer. which: is in ('U1nI|I........S...........................N...........N..
: COMFORT. n n n'i : ardson Philadelphia, J C Vertres,
j maud of Capt. Frank Sane: of New i 0 :
Palatka Misses Constance and Frederica '
i Steam Heat Smvrna, is a trim nasty ]looking J "The Ivy I Lane I nn
.00.OOM. f Throughout : McConnell, Kittannmg, Pa, Mr .: :
and Mrs W craft. She is about J 55:; feet in length ;
11 H Hill Miss M I.A McDonald I

: S I S. H. MOSELEY, : John Anston Detroit, Mrs B by 11'2 beam and is fi'ted with a !S J A High Grade House. catering to the most particular people Central location. i

: ; Proprietor. : 11 Taylor, Martha Taylor Charles 41) horsepower, She carries llurej-Trejniriha a crew; of thre'and vigine ;j J S3.00 and 54,00 per day-$17.50 and higher per week. :

.... Tb. \rlinuton.TlioUMiiid Taylor, Edgewood, Mrs II G Morgan,
: : a--V ..VV--------VV. I'jtrk N. Y., during uinmrof Eleanor Morgan Jeamee has cabin a/ ('omodatif n for ;i i
I lo-gan'l; Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor
If II. four
WEST Putsiburg. persons. ;........................1...N.........MO+.....NNNMMNMNN ..

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1 Come to the"aude'me., Feb. 24, FORCE OF LIGHTNING.An :

ns Daily ==4 ..........U.................../s0.ii........i...../e i 8 o'clock, Daytona theater and bring 4 THE SEVILLE E. H. PURDY Prop. I

I f .. \'<.ur friends. OrdinarStroke Is About Equal to :I Daytona .. Florida

Fifty Thousand Horsepower. :
THE HAMILTON GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON. _
: !la at
Frequently surprise expressed
Among the late arrivals] at } ,
DGLLE I Schmidt's hotel are Tomijiro AsailW the effect of a stroke of lightning; Surrounded by Spacious Grounds in the most delightful part of the City I ,
: New and First Class which splinters n large, tree or \Ht'k c = The guests receive the best the markets afford in the dining: room. and every
C Taylor Mrs New
Ellis York I n tall chimney, but, If the enonnoti t comfort and convenience that a well regulated hotel can otttr io the public.

7:40: a. m.d" I City, J II Ihbbard, M Leidersdorf, {'rower (j'n'I"ilt..l> by nn onlinarj: strokeof ..S......... o 0 esiees........s...eMI.........0..
New Smyrna. Mrs Halted and :
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9:00: a. m. 'hU'j liclitniit! is taken Into coiiMderai I
j : Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells drf'n. Mrs Passage Detroit Mich, i I tli>u the wonder! will Le that the t.l'd! t tj .s/...........UGesi.Zsiiii!.i.......i.i.istdaif.is001i. ,
.8:05: m. I Don her. Cincinnati, O, J Schwartz. I
p. j I I h s.. srnai.:: : :JAMON: ,1. 1 I-I I A.lead.(' .] '11 ti nan.ctc, : :' 0 a4
Rooms with without Baths I kopt, Newark N .1, J J Sperr.Frjer I; that The Cleveland 1 :
Sekertht. i-'l-Mte
8:50 m. : Elegant nnr< ,. I
: p. i : d.t Cm!' il'UL 1<-.1',1 < ) alk! ; : .
i ,. I: Schneetady, Mr and Mrs .F narj" stn.ke of lightning I is of .".'1 MH. ( .111 d "..,! I)! 'l" .. .: -', 1m !' '." .11.! ,; 1t 1ti
--VV : t II'uI,1''! i, Chicago, III, .1 1'1' t'sf. 1 l-r. I' 'II bor!"ejwjwer. "ili.it i is for.-.. suth<:cut! '.1 I ti..,- I.t'lih i k. 'I '!.,"hr! !I..Itt,! \V. j.1 MA'I J I' KN. Pro'r} C

::01. Cincin- : i. I ;i' t H!, N J, :1Frin: r. I 1.01fit] j> t. \ drive the I llrt.st: ; littlhi'i:: e\'.-r I I.:.;' :t.i.09foiii0i07i11lt2eierSalafllC9i tlsiitlONiiti70isiai.ior D

| Ashvillc a MRS. I. M. 31ABBETTE, Proprietor : 1-. I H l A Wibon.! Mrs \YUoi:! II-f',' ,:. i at tOIl :''""l.I Ti-! i'-li'iii'i;: ::: <:.M!1' 'Le.however. .

bnisville s : lyn, N Y.Don't. tr\e'at: :1 i SI..I|. i of Is.imtnlle '; C.."He&e".eiM c, afai1W: 9@tE0@40iC? .a 3Q-atfJe GO I '
and New York.
: Palmetto Avenue DAYTON( FLORIDA[ rs 5 i per St' oml. V'.. think we !see, a: '
sIMI I --- fla=:h of iHhtmn::. Imt. aa iii.ittr: ''' !
o "' fail to see the wouiai: u.iii: l THE AUSTIN I
.e0i..../s//........../ei.ei.i...ii....ii...i.i.i/. i| fart" what w e see Is only! tiniiieuior.., I _
i a thousand pockets the Carnival, .
CARS at ; of a hash. The .elet-trii( I current h. :!
1-'eh.! 2!:-. 'CJKJt: i OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA! FLORIDA i
: > : been, alxsorlKil l I:y the earth ton:.' In-'ore!

..............................i.ii.i.iu..i.i.i.isi.SCHMIDT'S .. we nre "ou'i4'hu:4 I : If ha\In: s vn t t'.e'! G. \V S\\AN. ['ropiotcr t 1 t .
Mr.I and Mrs. G. A. Orh: MI is s '! flash. A person' Mruik by a dlre
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Electric Lights and Call Bells:! Steam Heat Hot and Cold Water
Jacksonville Floridal Ii : HOTEL : Nellie G. Orth and }Emma: L. Orth I flash! would never See It. t a
I IBrokl'n TLe average:.; electromotive force of a J 99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999THE I ': j
and E. Kampiglio form a party from ,
.. n. !'tTTJT.I' ; : Henry Schmidt, Proprietor, Daytona Florida : which !I "bolt" of Ik>:Hiring I Is nKiut! ,3..VHiM, 0 ----- --- Il
made the from i
1 I'. A.,Jacksonville. .'111. I : Situated on the bank of the Halifax River one mile from Atlantic : Brooklyn to Savannah by rail trip, havini;; '' volts and the current I is; 14"MM./ )) amperes. I I........ ..s..eN..s......N....................HM 1M q. .
ee ......... Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms In sea,'li a "bolt"' there is ener; ,\' 1\\
are large, airy and nearly all have sunny exposure. The cuisine and service their .large touring car shipped bj I equal] to :.-t:")J(1f"0 volts, or :3.1N4.1VJhorsejtower : MRS D. J. CUMMINGS, I '+ I It I .'
: is admirable. Rates $3.00 per day and up. Special rates for families : boat to that point. At Savannah the 1 Some day wizard will! I t PINES 1 Proprietress ,cAn \

--- : on application. : the party uok to the auto and dove: I arise who will capture and l bind, n m I

./e/................../e.i..... ................oi.euuie ... through to Dajtona: The party is I "bolt" of lightning and with it turn all | attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct I't t
stopping at the Prospect. Thursday: the wheels of n great city. t> supervision of the proprietress. .t

morning they will leave for Palm I The time required for the discharge 338 South Ridgewood Avenue, DAYTONA, FLORIDA. .
WANTONS.

...................... .........i............: Beach on the steamer Swan taking I of twenty-thousandth a "Inilt"of lightning of Is second about. Chi one. Same mana'ensent as the New Magnolia. Ashury I'aik N J. i 1 I "
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I the auto/, and will return to Daytona
: ago Tribune. I..MS.......s.LASSO.....................s 7tNN00M ', w
THE MAG'NO'IA 113 South Ridiewood Avenue. : next week. : l
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LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. :
--- Spoiled His Sport.

lervice, lighted by i v e Fresh milk vegetables and fruit oa the place. Furnace beat. RATES: 52.CO per : Tome to Davtonas latest vaude I Iille "IIow many ducks did you shoot. I
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Jin : clay and api; $12.00 per week and op.' : > Friday evening new Daytona PntThe The WillmerI The OSBORNE
passengers iI theater. I I IS dlvll a wan" tv.1'.lilt.: : \"", il ,I-...i A. OSROKNL f Trop ',,/
ireen iI I : MRS. CELESTE HINKS. Proprietress. : Ij "Weren't there any there?" I
Comfortable Rooms Rooms Only Modern Convcmeu: ?
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"Sure th lake wor full)) av thlnx! but .
......../lisi.i.....................................i buys furnished Beach Excellent Table SOc. 7Sc and SI t.OO per day .t(1(
a | Jv'ry tolrue I'd point me'Un/:: at wan i t
Rates Moderate $2.50 to H 00 week ,
ii I S 5 5 0 0 Direct residence; 8 rooms d'ye molml. another! wan w'd pet: betwixt Steam Heated Rooms per 11 Orange Ave
and and bath; modern improvements me an' him an' vpuil' we a'to-'" 312 So. Palmetto'Ave Daytona Fla '

+-................................................. : lot 50 by about 290 feet. Ad. Toledo P.lade : ]
i r : ress A. B.. care Daily News.
CH I i THE IMPROVED j .V.9' .V
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i . :V CITY HOTEL ............-..................s.000..0..o eo.'..*. :. The HARLAN THE...IN.'PINES.. Lake Helen Fla. :: I i.II i.

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& DAYTONA, FLORIDA. : i NEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL and COTTAGES f V ...'::1.:1'.: { (,'. .'I,?. ., .. .! neduxlh.i': !, l,6':, .Id, I.V. ,.I It ,ru : I V 1 Y tt ><


Halifax: I &&. American Plan Renovated aDd Always Enlarged open New Ownership Good.Service and Management S.. I net, !th i. ,- . I f\: CAPACITY, i I. nn'il-' 200.a 'b.nc! :.ROCKLEDGE... ....,.pit. i i:,u' ,_,FLORIDA..\.. FII..!,:'I .F. .F , li Nteas. I ': i : \;' : ," ,:: :, :it:::',: : (: :::,: '::: ;}i r'::';i ;::'r:;,::,, " "I." !q: :?':; i iI t t i

[icturesque : DOHM. / i'F-.T.: "I.h i t:.11'-.1",1;|' i < 'i t t. u -lI..fI.a''I.l : '' ? !; i ii - .
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a:. r..T'H. PALMETTO N1@e !I HOTEL INDIAN RIVER i I: TIIK OAKS; AVTONA.n.oi.i: ; $| .l f s

Well 1 ROCKLEDGE FLORIDA. Hotel Indian River Co, Prop'r rj! I e
Known and DAYTONA FLORIDA. I
A j i; Popular. J I I 1:1)\1:1)1:l I I \ M' MlI'1 1 1rb + j
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[V FONA._ ._. !' ZA Overlooking the Beautiful Halifax Ri\cr. .: i III.':,.::.t\!::!.-.:,;:.::.1:: : :I';;;;: ,: :.,:..:;,:';!::-.:,:.:: ..::.: ..!..; ':1'.t "'';''' 1:. .: ":'". J.:..., ,'h.!':',:,'.';:t.' .. I Ii ,: \,'IIITIIH: : \'K r: 1\: I INI\/: 1HNNI:|:- 41 ,+,,, I I.I I
T.J I. Homelike and Comfortable House. FirM Class in all Respects. . .. . .. i iI
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Page Six ," V THE DAYTONA DAILY NE.WSIre" '! fit,Mr lI:



II I i : : -- \! /i 1 stant lost one iota of h:6 first love i This enthusiasm which was dis- 'I
:t ':a ," ?z Y :";J : \ .:. ::.kr jI j I I ORMOND-ON-THE-HALIFAxT j

.' ...:!:>.". :: t.-'J f..'.. y.. .. BIG LOSS I by reason of his: new surroundings.j : plajed: in Florida during the winter '
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: ;i'.A' :::';'J:::,( j in Ormond so in Augustine, pec on found no let-up the year ---1': I II
1 I '. "-::.d"" .;:."',,..'" ...... .....:, ".:, mQ"< EWoL ..'. [ be! was always foremost In matters through. On his: return e--ch s nn; ; "IJMOXD Is 5 milesnr Lord
f III1r I : tliof Daytona
ti *! pertaining to the welfare of the com to the Anderson and Price: note* 'n.j -'d on the westf I Drive BriPhoto

_. IS FELT n uDit}.. j t.he'hite :Mountains a p o n-m
t I "If] he had one ambition greater food roads building; was .31 rt d out! .' . ;-10' location I!
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/-SEABREEZE and DAYTONA i j than any other it was to see the that has given the U'hhe Moi.ii n.. -'Y": ", n permits aitM
i-ilnageanc
CHAS. F.BUROMAN. I BEACH, two enterprising and DAYTONA i East Coast of Florida provided with resorts one of the fir :st sje'ecs ( : 't sanitation; TO <'

I progressive: towns on the Halifax BEACH iN STATE. a thorough system of good roads. To hard roads in the world. The u.o"ins I i I. 'Uvntlon h !u-

Peninsula, are geographicallyone that end he denoted his energies and spirit ws John Anuerson. j 1 .' rb and ideal for Ormond
as I (
although incorporated sepa-
THE rate municipalities. The: towns parallel PHARMACY I ability! unsparingly and it may rightlybe "Xo one excel: }.i h's most intimate \.:.inter homes. AIda

the peninsula north and south I i t |I said that he was one of the friends, and they. only! in a s (ight de- \ Ormond bridge with connects ot airl: ,!I't 11'\tint II, 1"11'driv" .

REAL for a distance of from three and one- James F. Dobbin HATH i OF MANN I; 1. pioneer good roads enthususts; in tree. were aware cf his many acts: 'Jrmond Bi'nch. ,.0111'11I"h': 11"11"
ESTATE half to four miles, and cxtend cast ProprietorDAYTONA BEACH j I! this: section of Florida: He it was of charity. The and needy were :Many fln. homes (I ml."in, l h"l1* n 1.111

and west from the: surging seas of Tl fATHER Of GOOD ROADS.DEATH i i I; who by inducing the owner of the per ,ire malntalm-d on ,11..1 L,now ros,stODnl the ;
MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything UsuallyOarrledlna ii' ; never re .sed, no matter under what ,'ither side of theliver "..I I5KKTTOX 1 ) ;! I I\tq a'tt'nL
River, the: beautiful tide water First i i Ormond garage to make the trip circumstances.ow' that be has .
l
Glass Drug Btore most! of them ocie.
FOR stream that sets them apart from Jacksonville) to St. Augustine '
front
.
there will Le aching
gone many an surrounded by sut>- r-
REMOVES ONE OF THE I
(
with which they have close: Our Prescription ,;' ,
Daytona
with se\eral automobiles -
SEABREEZEEMUS of three Department.!Com some file years ago heart, for he occupied a Alice in the :roplcal flora and
bridges communion as well by as means a half-hour ferry plete Respect In every IMPORTANT FACTORS IN LIFE demonstrating the need ofa affections:. and esteem of the people .shrubbery, besides: ,'.\1.1. OX -- e
OPERA BOUSE I finished highway between- the two thrifty orange and tilt \\'KITH
service.: OF ST. JOHNS> AND VOLUSIA TO
with whom he came in contact that >t her citrus fruit
Pho.e 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are 'Phone 193BRANCH cities. For his efforts in th's direc-
the: of will not allow ;trees. MACON
and winter COUNTIES. passing years
essentially summer resorts I tion his name will always be gratefully Ormond has many'ttractlonseseci i I
and are making hundreds of others to fill." >
In the death of John Anderson at remembered. : -
new friends every year among those I THORNTONORMON k
SONNTAG e-nt automobiling,
1 I I Ormond last the
who desire: to escape the discomforting Sunday state of I
& 'nod: flhtns! safe
extremes of heat and cold, and Florida, and particularly the East ;) .0 Itlng, and

1 INVESTMENTCOMPANY their hotels and boarding_ houses NICHOLSONFEED I Coast section, lost one of the most i, COUPON. j ">!.'asant driven.many IK is '
VOTING
FREE
ANY
patronage
are:now receiving splendid I WAY
\t Ormond
from the most discriminatingclass AND LIVERY ardent supporters of the movement n'nch I IXTKREHTEDIN : : :: :
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of tourists. STABLEAllOrdrOlren for good roads this section of the located 1 thelotel large; I: I'"ViiMiBEACB'.; Itt
This is from the nominating As Ormond, and
The ocean itself, with its marvelous country has ever had, and it will a separate vote coupon.! OIDlo\O) ,: OR w
Desirable hard macadam and ';' be in earl, for mtestaat as can be M I..r sister the : >
beach as Prompt Attention probably be a long t'me before' many may s.at Jweek eai: :rt tton Inn. The ..
Locations in smooth as a floor, is the greatest attraction : . Win Ghe Your
another will be found who will "
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Careful Drivers man collected. t; r occupies a lln-iiH: .
earth air and
although sky Prompt '
any part of I Familiar with ItQudsE.A.BRANCH do as much as :Mr. Anderson has <>s It Ion overlook-
have entered combination -- -- AttentionM.iuufacturerof
seem to : into a -- - --- -
: ;; the Halifax:,and I.
SeabreezeOffice to enhance its every charm. done to boost th s movement. J .
I
!h latter: has at its
r The: beach is the famous automobilerace :Mr. Anderson was practically the
>.it look the m.i: nl-
course: where every world's father of the This coupon entitle' ..
KvanaTllle, Real Estate Agent I good roads movement ':mt l *ach and the
*: straight-away record has been made, J A CARNHlJC 1
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Indiana, find lleachCottngesSpecialty here and the greater part of his energies I 'Atlantic.. .
and all these records it continues to .
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B abr'c' Floridall
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hold without rivalr: | were spent in working to im- I .................. ...... ........ ..... ....to JO votes" in !i ..:P i>oth.I"l'testh.bro eich!>> there-:d.l )I itMOND. Fl t. t 1
The beach has a width of 300 to i prove the conditions: and extend the . :
'i:my drlI..f! Pure
500 feet and can be used from two j''systens, : : or J'IOad Homc-Made
BURDICK hours after until two hours before SEtDEN'S ;' The G.17.,tt, -N'eivPop'il.irity: cntas'" This craoin! :ivt-t !hr iuollice rn.ijj. and auto- 6IIAVA
Johnnderson JfLLY1I1.I.oUUDES
was a much bigger; :nMI1around Ilr-
CONTRACTOR high tide, thus giving aa average of : P. M. of weak
DAYTONA BEACH man in East Coast affairs than hy Thtirs-iay.- > eachNOMINATION: I '..ol1rltoan.: .t
wa
and BUILDER Lots for autouiobilng j
. seven or eight I A'D
CcttiiflesaHpfciultyKstlitintfS some: part of each day. Dry Goods, Shoes:, fully realized by the majority of -"i-rli. urov s of TIWI;CAL
I 'Id\ 'lor it n 4 e s
;
furnished Men's Correct PRESERVESSpecial
Work Seabreeze and Dav tuna Beach each refckltnts of this section and; his!' . .
All Ouar- Wear r -.throughtrop-: Attention
unletJ.Seabreeze. have a permanent population of approximately death will Le felt: to
more stroigly
as i 'tl .or"-;ts to Kpan- Family Often
,Florida 15C9. Sinitary ordinanCeS Attos.front, : I .. M'..M.-T ..,. .
I t Th' Hai!!>Sil Inn ths: fad5 more fu! y realized.Spe'ikifig ruindrives to- AW n
; arc strictly enforced, stree's COUPON. ;* nnci'-nt' i".m-.'.. Pan. .- \II1o'rl"1I1 EJ.j ;;:.
: editorially of the death ot'.Mr. i.111't
"I-lluTao
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and sidewalks ale well kept, and . .. .v
1 built | vVt
;.1\ byiv. IlIo1'I.XJY.I!! : J.
V. C. GRANT new streets ala being opened as fast | Anderson the St. Augustine K\en I :;' ,llant..rol of lam t t..n-t'' tinrlietoa|
:1S the incrcaMbt population de- A. VADEVORO tug Record Las the fo'loiUrig: Jo say: | The iirst one of these cMjnns s"it HI fur eioh: contestant: : \ and drlvi'" tot I E T.'III.i! :lna u..h"JI'
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I pu! "lltolJtoI.r.C"mUi
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PLUMBER mauds. Beside hotels and boardinghouses ('ontra.tor for I "It i is a sad blow to the people' of': entitle- them to 'jB.< >, I free v >t s. (Oaly one ot these CtUl'U9 i 'I i jxi.mta.tiom. . of
Water, stonin and there i- ?mj! to! cottage! acco- MASON WORK St. Johns and Voliigia counties in thej'i ., t'nnl'- oet'" I.-r-..
tins Fitting I i will hf allowed l to each contestant. ,, .
modation for all 01\:1: lilndsCoarretr e ,,13t" 's are r.t. '-
winter visitors in death of John Anderson. Since thepioneer :, ..
PhonDAYroXA 16-41 : with the inter-
j both towns. Curbing' days: he hrs: been Known and \ GROVtORANGES
t.id\\ulkli.ere.IAYTONA I of southernr".and
IIKAO1I:
Fl.tlnIlrAPINEHURST All tic atJ.-arf:: ?;.ncis of Seabreeze I BEtCIiFITZGERALD i lo\e l by every res'dent: along! therh.er I nominate 1r[ ., lira or llisaof. ! ................................................. ''i, : flowers.
applies to D.1ytollBcach, the: two
*
Halifax and the
I in recent year :t-o mot inn
towns being: so similarly situated. I' wizen he came to St. Augustine to'I Ii f :.' ; of these andGrapefruit CopjrtfE"UI

The dc\'clap-neat of Daytona Beach ........................... ................................... ... SI:1tL... .... ... ...... i "..:u.f.it ions H at theiilw.it.
i i manage the Hotel Alcazar the Mopej i Ii Ii3i ., .. .. ) 1.Chll :
i't.'lIlnsula has been fully as phcnominal as its j rt of the
& of his usefulness bri.
IIrh'l) sister on the forth, and each year i i was but enlarged II j I I.iIC-iK! and known Best Grown
.1 Daytona Beach there is a substantial: growth. The j I IOIh-rn Convt'nlen'S. with what !+Sonof! for llneti macenobleman
IH.'rSeeran and :
sand ; tine AutotiolilleKo
RatesRensomtbie. great uuucs have been leveled success1 I ,
II :: i:::4":; :rovioatbet : .1 1 '"MllejNorth:
LAWYERS he with J. I). Price I seen
: and handsome homes have been starting years'I .
Mrs. W. H. Freeman built for both winter and all- I ago with practically nothing. built i Nominated Lr..... ............. ..................................... ............. I !' !- ,'n rest of Forl-! HI'nL: UUMOXE1 of she wns every
1
Proprietor year Daytona, na. tips j 1 and U amid v Tyve
does not (look I IJ
round the property and
reputation of the
occupancy. ;or tyurroundingsiiouad.
Deed, Knox rr'Decd hare pue .. i, :-I
: Hotel Ormond and .
developed the is
-- -- - f rounding territory until now} it is sun- I I of ....... ......................................._...............St.1 te.........................-.... t'j: )Daytona-!M.iint on Com par.;*;: Lady PeHe* \\\
: ************************** **** ********************** i I of the paradise spots of theEast one: \.l''litla.. ro:,.!. BT fdw poCce I trip through tlj

Promptly executed at I Coast.. While it is not necessary that a coupon be used, it will fa- --

r f Fine J M b P Printing g : I "Ormond was loath to give him: cilitate matters to semi one for each ('Onte iant. Tn'ler no circumstances -

Gazette News Office. : I tup when he was transferred to St. will the nominator's name be divulged. 'JobPrintinR Finely executed I TunnCIIICAfUl

: j Augustine, and it was characteristic
: I The tazette-Xe\vs Contest at
J4t4..Yi Yaxxxal.lJttt'.atYXYXa/>rtA<... . . . ," " '.M" ). ,;'Of the man that he never for an in- Manager. C
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Fronting a clear stretch of river; no marsh. Ridgewood Avenue and New Smyrna I. .,. ".


ir Road on two sides. River road and street on other two sides .w


Improvements being made on all sides of property. \ ;


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anyone buying to build on z ,i Lot J 200x346, $1JOO.J J

of these lots. '1 I Lots 3 and cHIt
any : and 4 79x346 each
:E I left a dt'flt< I

These prices will be maintained 3 I L I I !i $750 for both or $400 each. a ration depth at of that"f'

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for thirty days, but we U ,r I I I II Lots 7, 8, 9 10, II J J each roof.ot war The in Un into


reserve the right to. raise them I : I 79x346, $300 each. to for Interrupt reach being the-I.tl


after that time. o I I Lot U, 100x346, $350. Ac floated! It to Th Its I Ireive

than that f ,
1 2. 4 5 tiI Lot J3, 100x346, $400.cnq1jioEl. Chicago rlr

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1111111 Address E. F. OATES Secretary PORT ORANGE ".it"11:tl..,,.t.by -

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Page Seven
r THE DAYTONA DAILY YEWS.

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-ON-THE-HALIF A I Ii -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- :i The most desirable residential -


i ft milefaytona --I'- ,r i Lord Decies and His Heiress \\1 r Our Cities Are iuledby 1111 Fine Lot t I Ito lot ft. on in the Ridge city, facing avenue east; :Ze


(a! the west. 'I Drive r i iStr '. Bride Attract Much Attention I i 110 f>. on First street; 396 ft. :

Ihe jieloc&tlo Halite:. ,ii'i ; I People In the for Sale I in length; covered with stately :

f flowing well; :
l.n permit. cal gbt : : live oaks, large

\ IDage andiaD1tatton ;r water piped to different parts :
; TO ri I Rural Districts. ; cemented bed :
!
i water large
for
tlon Is si- of ram raising ;
grounds
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Ormondfour : :
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Ideal for : .. for two and a half blocks from depot and post-
. plants;
Jomet.I A L1'n; I i i a,
Id go coi- and trv n few drive.1I'r I office
nand with tht new : 2
golf y ; .r
*- Miulfat I .
each. the > r .
> house! ii n.n, By, 244 .
ne home!1 I ant now fttoppinJ !,
just, iicrovg: th A DONNELLY i
tamed ode ? &
of tbe lit BKKTTOX IN'VCALL i IW I BRAND WH1TLOCK. Mayor of Toledo O. i EDMONDSON
{'oL. noon:. s .
|lit of themby sat- ::1 : ,,I ....N.1.......0...................e..................
| flora and 1 1 IE greatest proLlem before the American city today: is to become -

|?,betidesrange and OR WRITE ON TO 1r a >a C free. Xo further progress' in municipal affairs can be '.ror.....r.r.rer.r.ror.r.lr: .......r.r.......r.r.r.r..
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fro OBTAIN HOME: RULE
trui THE CITIES I
UNTIL
MACONTllORNTO } made : : : Do you want to buy or o
I has man;: .. Tins is as true of New York city as it is of Toledo. New The HANDPROPERTY

sexcelomobiling- 2I'Ywo. before it solve the great problems that l: n, rent property in !
York must have home rule can .
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lag cat if confront it. I. : Daytona N
and man, ORMONBIP 1 ij' U.
f CREATION OF THE STATE LEGI' : We have the cheapest :
Irlres. IN ANY WAY ; I THE AMERICAN CITY IS A SILVER BEACH : :
and Bf'ftC t INTKRKftTED r I LATURE. ITS LAWS ARE MADE BY PEOPLE WHO. LIVE IN THE .. and the best. .

the larg IN PROPERTY IN 3 if t. TIME HAS COME WHEN THIS YOKE i .
tnond, amsister ORMOND OR 1 I RURAL DISTRICTS. THE . $7,500 buys one of the best resiRiver
the ORMOND REACH \ MUST BE THROWN OFF. THE TIME HONORED BELIEF THAT : Extending from : : dente on Rid. ewood Ave. ComO :
nD. Thiccuptes He Will Give Your I CITY PEOPLE BAD AND THAT to Ocean
:COUNTRY FOLKS ARE GOOD AND pletely furnished and located on t
( i I a luslnefs Prompt HAS BEEN SHAT \ = QI i
overlook.1lUax Attention THE FORMER SHOULD GOVERN THE LATTER : : corner lot. Call on

,and yYt I TERED. FOR SALE OR RENT : : :

[be ba magnl as Its-I I I: The recent disclosures in Adams county, 0., a typical rural coatnullity : : M. L Waggoner :

cb and tbe, JA S.e CARKEIL I : I crti on, have been indicted for BINGHAM 1 & nIOMPSO : : :
:antic , I 1 I i l QUite l'eople's State Bank.
(the brond, ORMOND, FLA.Manufacturer I show 1 how unfit country folk are to make laws for : {
fench tb..redrives of selling their votes, MAKE TIIEIK: OWNLAWS. I ....r.ror.....=.....;.... ...tor.v.rat.r.r.r.r.r.rerr
ror: Pure Home-Made ( cities! The l cities of this country SIIOULD

I and auto GUAVA JELL'// r I When they do, and not until then, REAL PROGRESS 1
round OrIveltoand
x
e .MTiiYfYrY I Itf
MARMALADES AND I I WILL BE> POSSIBLE.
|Groves of TROPICAL I For centuries there has existed a popular fallacy that everything ', sR illy.rrTITrilAND : -3
|>rungealough ; PRESERVES I POND HATES
to f fCO.
virtues
tho are
all
trop Special Family Attention Orders to \ i that is wicked is to be found in the cities, while r
to :
a Hpim
[ bad and country people
drhto< lOUMT AWJUin AT. bo found in the country; that city people are r I Fi
(nt Cauw Pun-American UulTaloWVst is:: : of this belief the cities have been> r I. i .
position- y; And because
by blare, India Kxpti.; R'Ar f I correspondingly good. DISTRICTS. INSURANCE *I i I
[rs! of long; tionCharlcatonLouIsinna Purchase I RULED BY THE PEOPLE IN THE COUNTRY rr .,

drives to Exposition: ,8t.Ixas New York.city were made and i arc made by representatives ; ,
rations ole 'i The laws that govern
settlers! I Ii i i from the rural districts of New York state, and the same ; rM CONRAD BLOCK 'PHONE 128 i iWe

ices! ore TV- r
lithe Inter is true of every other city in the United States. r
lliUUi tl C S r4.A IA6,4 Y M
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fouthertflowers. business corporation
A city cannot be run like a big r
: to offer the followingfrom 1 'x-
ORANGESand I I't RESTRICTED ITS POWERS beg t
HAVE
t Association.
American Press LEGISLATORS
'le most In- Photo Copyright by : that KURAL !
of the Vivien Gould na i is almost! impossible. list of :;
at the DECIES the British army officer who won :Mice\ to such an extent that local government --- r our
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rut knowrgrove. Grown c E'RD York un Feb. 7. This snapshot of them was made as they. were ...._.......................... ....."1 : r property: .,
| It Grove on Rt AHRUS- In a carriage on Fifth avenue a few days I before the we I l1ii;: The rI | . :;
the fines1'! tine Automobile of his handsome young companion awlshe : r :>
proud
be
seemed to very r
loves on th<, lto North-.d 14'Miles of1I0Tl.I nobleman was every hit es! proud of her distinguished! ! looking cavalier.: : \ Lord Ih c'ip- I i No. 124-$4,800 will buy furnished Iii<
t of Florl OHMOXD him with his bride woni.i. Vaudeville-Carnival r rII
; twho saw I
and
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(amid verlroundtng does not look his fftrty-four year p house on Volusia! avenue, four bedroom -
. unit I
J a considerably more than twice her a,:(' Lord '
Deed, Knox fir' 'J bare guessed! that: he was : In California after a lotemel,* r and bath, five rooms on first A'r
their honeymoon
wt' Is 01 Beed Compar. ; ,1 ,r Lady Decies will piss! most of floor. t

I onaNalnBroad.!. BELOW n"''onic I trip through the south to reach the I'acitlc coast II NEW DAYTONA 24 $25 I III r No. 10?-$1,300, five room furnish-

i f L B r *d house, one acre of land, Holly Hin,
THEATER I
Chicago River I Ir fruit tree..
Finely executed \ f '- Tunnels. Under II 1
No. 119-7 acres land 300 orange

Printing tl this office.at L Constructed by a. New System II ALL THE LATEST ATTRACTIONS.Advertisers' I i peach dwelling and, $2,000.persimmon trees, 6 room



. ... ... :. . ..;. ,. : : .. I : March I' N No. 103-$3000, five acre bearing
Gypsy Tent I grove, South Ridgewood.
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+/ I Captain Kid's Treasure Chest I r No. ID'S' -$7,500, new house on
Off 9f 411..
I Ridgewood avenue.
Laughland

.. i The Woman With a Thousand Pockets. I III A: No. 106-$1,200, two large deep f

r lots on South: Ridgewood. ,
Baby Show r .

II; Rebecca at the Well i No. 120-4 acres land, 100 orange
trees truck land, 5 room cottage

s $1,000. iii-;..

rty il I Candy, Flower and Fancy Booth. I ;:M No. *07-$2,200, five room cottage :=

Daytona and: Cypress streets large

-4. __ __ I Music and Refreshments. I II '"p a r lot. i

:....::... .. rL . : No. 103-$1,500, small bungalow. := t.
t M I ADMISSION 25c. CHILDREN 15c. i ig I ;S West Magnolia, lot 50x150, almost way q' P

y ncw.
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Given under the auspices cf the! Civic Dcjrt c : the Palmetto !. -u 7'' ., q -
truck farm
No. 11Q-$2OCO. t
; ci: the "Island Park Fund: "' :p .
for the bcnftt "
Club
house
0ii : acres;; csred! 2 acres tiled rtS
t&M : r
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t Ce50efi .taaiis i-4:0.1 4 ''')8H aoa accs rcrc:'ae"" a h; #'R
: No 11'S9COD, one cf the best : -T

-- ...... arr zstraI !! :..I homes on' Ridgewood furnished, large ":=> I TtiL

""-: lot, garage. .3
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it's a New Book, ..p No. 116-f2,000 will buy a nice ;
home: five rooms: and bath; hot sdp
I F it's a Souvenir Novelty s p and ci: d vv-ter; electric lights;; corner I

it's something in Stationery and Engrav'ngCALL : I c:; lot.I 3

EJ si i No. 123-A bargain at $3,600, Palmetto -
11II
n xa ti.x' ON OR WRITE U avenue, 3 bedrooms, bath com

I pletely furnished, good condition. M1j
1 S Houses exactly alike in same rON

Photo by American Press Association. The H. & W. B. DREW CO. valued at $6,500. 1j: 4'I 4'

has a new tunnel under the Chicago river, and another one 'I ts A. 25 acres near city limits; 15
The one recently opened is i at Washington!! street s. acres fenced and in cultivation; 6-
be In place
. CHICAGO than forty years ago,. St. JacksonvilleAND I house and barns, $2,000.
$JJOO. the place of the one constructed more first constructedIt 45-49 W. Bay I p s room tI1
When this tunnel was I
and closed to traffic In 1900.
in
, 'x346*each left a depth of water of only fourteen feet regarded as sufllclent for navigation t B. Lot on Ridgewood Holly I -g
afterward lowered so that the water h.ltt< Hill, 150x309( $500.
tunnel was
at that time. The
00 each. K depth of seventeen feet, but this was declared Insufficient by the above secretaryOf its YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND C. 15-acre hammock grove; trees I t
feet of water '
war In 100.&. and the new tunnel has twenty-seven will enable trolley cars I SATISFACTORILY.[ t seven years old and in full bearing; 1
and
root. The second tunnel is to be at J..a salle street
0 11 teach constantly subjectto near railroad west of Kingston, $3,000D.
| which are '
to reach the north side without using bridges 1 a }
Interruption by steamboats. The picture shows a view of the tunnel 1 ready I PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL
for The tunnel was constructed!! above water and was for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin LO x
being put In place. dredged to receive We are Headquarters i FOR SALE; CENTRALLY r
channel
, i $350. Boated It to This Its permanent method of location construction and then has sunk been In found a to be much cheaper I China and Orangewood, New and s CATED;PROFIT WELL FURNISEHD OF OVER ; $2,500 CAN JLh
bed of the SHOW
than that .Mowed heretofore, as the soft mud that forms the .
to tunneling.! The tunnel 1 Is a sort! Exclusive Novelties. i LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH t.
Chicago rivtr offers unusual disadvantages -l '
> $400. lines. It is made ofsteel s TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS. r a ; 'r
for two trolley
of double barreled affair and gives: room I ;
l," Is 2SO feet long, 41 feet wide and 24 feet high. The contract price Wit: s $13,000 ON EASY TERMS. 2l' ;


I IUC6.421. _-'---- ...............................; s S E. Small cottage on corner lot on fla
The Stone ...... i fruit ,
Army. N trees
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Mr. T. IL Dltchfield tells in Excursion Steamer !: :: well, $800 on easy terms. I
13IPANY
New ;
England" the story of the Roll- I The :;;

right Stones a stone circle in Oxford SOUTHLAND TO THE PICTURESQUE TOMOKA CABIN |: 3; st>

shire, which were said: once. upon a 3S We have some very attractive river front propertyin
time to have been. a king and his army i '
Port that can be sold on reasonable terms 2* (
in Orange
and were converted Into stone! by a EXCURSIONS. >
I i DAILY ; 2
Witch who cat n fatal C j'ell upon them I* and at low prices. : a
by the word: en Hoardparate T.'ih4 ts, for I a-.i. nr.d I i.tl. in, u nth t : e: :,
rvu f"
Mote no more: stand fast stone' ; t An Elegant IWt. for IPUHIU: IVopl.Hutltt' of 15100 the Round Trip. c. :a
King cf England thuu shall none. t All Mod,'rn C,,m enitnivAt the Popular; Trie -- --- - -- - - -- -- ---
i: have general insurance agency and 5:
We
The !solitary stone Is the ambitious DAILY TIME SCHEDULE 2 a .

monarch if he who nmld was sec' toM I>:,:i:r 11un.'orapton vraelethat In-, ', *. Iea\! : rnmori I :.' P-uk.- .I.Elv'tnna.. ..,).o:,) a,. m. I I'(.::.tvePfninlila\'f" Orn..m: T-ri-.L.:IK::(ISP J I.>1m.*, of<"}-r.'ro/r'! ." !t"t.ftOL,:.Jj;; !,.. -.,'I..,. ;:: :: E can insure against almost everything except t jj jj9S :: { }

would! IKJ king; of Knsland: : the t circleIs J t LeacLYitial t Itndse.. I nat" t t..flU.P.ft'iru: to Prune a m
J his army and the! live "whivporiiu -- '. -- ---,- -177-1\: \ SEABREEZE, FLA. -*. 5*

knights-were hatching nre: five a plot of his ag-iin-t; :dli.ttlno1t him when) I t CHAS. F. BURGMAN, Owner ......1 K.:.old...p/i1'Tf....:!.,.." .TTB-..\:.: ,.................+..... ....4 4I. I :>%.yjiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiaiiiiiiii. . ) . . . . . ,iiiiiu. '\iii. ,'v!.iiiiu i U \7I. > I
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rr I Auto Scarfs and Veils i ] Please Obey the : i. BARNESTHE :. -- : -- -- --I' I 4.+ west night.in windssixth \ Hig

I N : NOVELTY MANs : I Ready-Mc : : New Ordinance oO i *
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4 : Just received another shipment of Auto Scarfs. i : Sheppard's Nanticokc Tomato : N. *. N. 5 We have just opened; up our new line of I Seaso
N Ordinance seems to have been 1*-
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: Veils Veilin This is the largest assortment : 0 norcd by the Mayor. If his honor r : BARNES : Ready-to-V/ear Dresses. I!

: does not care to enforce we will : 4 Will she fniniouf I'ntin, t-!: : I
: have: ever shown. Call before the popular shades :I : be compelled to ask the assistance 0 : your l.alll"lIn.1"lhr'Ii, :,-. -'i.\\\.\"|p.' n : It}jot" .,. :"/"1 t..:"_ h,,r ,"r.ar ian' -.r our t:... .: :"""." -. .. 1, ,.. ."".
vniir !'oaw"1I1t1 otti.-r Tuu-; Midi' |" .iniUiio.t I I I
II of Marshal.SHEPPARD'S .
the
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are right. I s ,.. RED
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I NEW I help we can do the most : Fruits and Vegetables
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DAYTONATHEATRE II I TIO1PSO! I O, i I[!iU:: J. W. Ball & Son 1 1 1 FOR j)


High-Class Opposite the Yacht Club gt14Qt j jICIi : No. 237 North Beach St 'Phone 53 /
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THURSDAY NIGHT I I K I SPECIAL WATCH OffER. I I Real Estate and LAW.

S i I I Fire Insurance \\\-0'11: :' .

i CONTESTANT WHO HAS THE 1'1,1 I, i .,
S I 122 South Beach ., .
Street
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"Old Love Letters"and I LARGEST NUMBER OF VOTES I-- -- a.. .h-! -

ta..li ni \\
l MARCH 3 WILL WIN' A SPECIAL / ""'" -
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Open Daily at 2:30NKW : PRIZE. 1 .' : "
"A Bachelor's F' .
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Party"PRESENTED ,
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SI I()" IllVKUY IIOT'Ull tit- m' iiitf tant$ in the Gill'.te'Xt'1 .... . : \\ h lit .c: tip
Helen-Leslie Bates andThomas (;irt-ut Popularity (' 1 iui' i'i,

-- - - - -- 1'i.il otterf; a gold watch prize to I ,"<::: ",*",...." u? : '-.i'<-i( .1
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*.\ entries to the baby show LOW TEiiPfRATUREmsma votes! at the close of next week. The CHILDREN'S EYES do"N noi 'III" *
ASSISTED BY must be in by Thursday.; Entries: '
watch ii; now on exhibit on in the k.tm, mrnuifiiiiniar
Fourteen Daytona Young Ladies. : may be left at Ilankine' drug; s'ore.; : jewelry store of L. II. Ho't.Co.., Cannot be too carefully safeguarded piiuin a
Three classes for children, uider four Y h10RNI G. for they !Uiave but one pair to lat
and
i is
I'i ; attracting much attent'on. The rent .nto, a).' I 10
Vaudeville Friday Night 8:15. Prices 25c, 35c, 50c -t'ars. BeautifU pris Jo be givenanav. : watch will positively be given ,to the a lifetime. If there are Indications Jo.JI! at"les. ,.'

I Two tlU. .-li. tof'r\-till .-ntirwtll I.I prfrf."...dto :'-Ir... (fo.\1. Kxiin If sh a I -- young woman contestant having the of an"thingHOn with your chlld'ieyes .
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I than 4 IItI::::
will full lit tin I'alh.w..unh' l>efoittoinunou nl lit. MERCURY DROPPED CLOSE TO bring him or her and I will fit! -
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highest number of votes March) :3.:
as happen it
: lr. J. C Herman. Osteopath 20 them with Glasses to correct the
I' FREEZING POINT BUT NO DAMAGE The work done by the contestantsat
: I I erv one o) in
1 Ave., Daytona Phone 40. tf trouble.
I 1 If medical treatment i i" necessary -
# I -- __ _- --- : this time not only heJi the contestant now carry 1Ira.; .
I RESULTS TO THE FRUIT i I I will tell you K>.
the .
11 r.s. W. J. Gage and two daughters -: I in the chance to win gold ] On the orhleguJaiioi

cousins of T.:1. Snider: armed OR BLOOM. I I!!| watch but brings up the averages: on Dr. Neville H. Clark ) "H

When You Are in Town I Tuesday afternoon from To- I! the piano. It is wise to work and time to eight i tit
The temperature fell close to the I work hard. now. .
''I ronto Canada and are guests at the : j: Optometrist Florida tne t gl

? Call and examine our methods and consult us upon terms. We invite in- Seville on South street just acrossfrom I j freezing point last night or early this'I: I meats Tlu-j. ,
I i Lk for the of the EYE. ..
Sign
Mr. Snider's lVANTED-l'riday, three or four list or vv n 0 I
pjlection! and believe in H thorough accounting by all banks to tile public bungalows. Mr. morning-in fact several parties report -I I -- -- -
j Gage is president of the Toronto room cottage or apartment compK-'e-! : category HI i IWI
and their patrons of the bank affairs. We believe the strength of our resources I 1 I their therniometeie as recording I
board of trade ly furnished for light housekeeping I the second -I.1 :?
and the stability of our management will appeal to I
you.PEOPLE'S :32: degree, but no damage resulted except silver.) for a month. Address II ing privilei, ;. u

I! *"A Bachelor's Dream" Thursday owing to the fact that th's low point II. .1. I*., Daily News offi<4?. I>avtonu. I Its I 1594: .uid .I,

STATE BANKDAYTONA I evening new Daytona theater.I was not reached} until nearly daylight iH-il iI I i I GREEN GOODS lions of ,iii'. '.<'ri'
I learn!""lift .1 t t r
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FLORIDA.l'n's..I..II" I Lyle Lyman strained himse f while KILLS BIG RATTLESNAKE I j - prois ,i(>ii.' tit!
: pretty much a'l night. Much relief -
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lifting a barrel of sugar: at the store ENCOUNTERED eight .pern5)a! /
ON
I Tuesday aftenoon and }bought is felt by those engaged in the BEACH. I II i 4flflII) "HIIII|" I Ion .I
. on a
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f--hi! :M. K.: <1'\HT En ace 'arryiug a complete .
Geo.
1'ie..-I'r...II ,.H. H. !SKVMXN: : \V\U..O.\KU.1 I hemorrhage from: the stomach.() Dr. fruit and vegetable growing as it is E. Rogers while driving hit the,i :.to
: C..1.(: Klock' was summoned and suc- now likely that the wind will haul to auto on the beach Tuesday about a I I line of Green; Groceries, in- the pr-:,'"n"t .i

FII b- 1 c-et'UVd in checking the hemorrhageand the eastward and tonight net be so mile north of the Hotel Clarendon: 'I cludinsj l : It it? rti- '

this morning )Ir. Ionian is reported cold. encountered big rattlesnake halfway athe )1"<
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:QT7: V -\ 7 to be noting very Wt 11. 1 I Manj' grove owners were prepared toward across the the surf.beach slowly moving Golden Wax Beans Florida nu,- (!ir<"a. <-. iut) .

.. *FOIL UK.VT-Harber: shop to fire their groves last night Mr. Rogers dismounted and. takinga bill vv !II! .., '

F IIilll LOCALSADPERSONALS j! rushed. Orange avenue near unfur-j,I Steven hut did;, not of the find Munroe it necessary& Stevens Mr. h"I"Y'alkin Mick he always carries II I Green Beans 1-10)111:1 I"

t i : |I Mreet.! Conrnd-Iiullard: : Co. (;!//-Ct: eo-l t J' I lirut. remained in the groves all in his auto dispatched<<1 the rattler I CucumbersCauliflower second i"i'; I:
II I \ with a few well dirt-cttd blows t t-: :ut |I"'
night with a force of I
Ill I i i Tht Spring Music I Festival' of 8t<-.tI -I start th.fires whenever men the ready temperature to- ,while his little dog, that always rides July !t i, I '

-, I| son University opens) tonight with on the front end of the mud guard j porat.-. (( it
reached the clanger point, but thi
*The I the production! of j jumped into the auto and crouched IraL'rJi..i.
i Daily News w.l; take pleasure *Ileiuenib-r the Bohemian Girl. :
we keep everything iriad dkl not occur until
j so near daylight:
in presenting to M I ss Florence :.es' and gent's l I The choruses are composed of some that under -Mrs. Hog{> *' feet in fear as h--1;i Tomatoes soc.et i HT'Kh --
wearing appjrei i. firing was not thought '
I GitteiiK two tuke's (to the Cry"t1::! at the Hoe Hive North Ueach St. 37t :I 1 of the best young binders of Florida: i.I Ir. Steven;; reports' a temperature necessary of did once before at the sight of a I' ? ,I..

theaer if she wi'l ca'l) before tomorrow -- I and the )leading parts antaken. by I Igo I :;;; degrees.A |big rattler on the Ormond road PeppersThey the pro,
; night. All ladies who' have been solicited talented singer, secured! for the I freeze Rattlesnakes have been known to ]I 10 t 11 a;'.
coming: at this
oe-I time would
to contribute cake or sandwiches, casion and the festival should swim: the river from the peninsula:, iKlvton:. + a
t **11'.1\: i'hI--The use of a chain- or any who are willing: to do i'O. for I a treat for music lovers. ('aUtt"at interests damage to the agricultural :but this one Deemed to contemplate are Always Fresh. '4.111' 1I1.J '

I stitch sewing machine twice a week the benefit of the carnival for Island throughout the state, a voyage to Europe. I .11tunl/ ,i? "
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!! for an hour. .\dJrt'i Lox 119: Daytona. ) Park are requested to send the *Money to loan on good security. ctq ocialy to too orchardist-- the \I..\\ i ii. . ti:
I Fitzgerald & Oates. citrus trees are in a very: tender ... .
71-lt same to the new Daytona tt I *('OIUe to the :N.n '
theater. stage: of growth and full of bloom. vaudeville, Feli..4.) :
Saturday morning the :2.:..th.Seen .vtut o'clock Daytona theater.anil DAYTONACOLD < -hi Ito i. 4,, 1 1I'nii
1 br.n.:
also :
The management of the theater I A pleasant: social event which es- are peach, pear and other y our friend. .11 I Ieeee..eaee..na ..e,

wishes to announce that the Thursday passenger car to let and I l11t"t1 l earlier inenton: took place last I fruit trees. !; STORAGE CO.R. 1 1i10'-S-" .,,,. I
Saturday afternoon at the home of -- -- - - == -:: ...
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performance.: "Old LoveLetters" I 1 .
automobiles stored reasonable .d.-.I r> .itHANGED:
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a.t. :Mr.\ and Mrs. 1C.
Stevens South ** .
on
] and .\ Bachelor's Dream; rates. SAIIATOGA INN (LtIUCE.1lhone Dry"ood for sale. Drop chid i t to 4 J ---- : D. JOHNSON Mgr, . qua i
will be absolutely first class.; 112. tf Ridjrewood) Mis*\ :Mary Harry, entertained some i! '
iy or friend I iLIveLoilgand I
more at cards. Five
Come to Iajtona's latest vaudeville Mr.) and Mrs. John J. lemorest-| hundred was the I i **Xorthern chauffeur and n pa r- :[ --- -- -- --- FOR
game enjoyed and '
Friday evening at the new Daytona who have !been visiting Mre. Demo- then five i | man wishes pc*;;1st ion with pnvate I PAR
were tables
}
engag'd.< 'ol-
theater. resfs. mother. Mrs. II. W. Palmer, at i family or 4;0. for the ,season vvh.t-' : I
lowing the play delicious I1ESTRUCTO ,.
rein'she i I[ ERIE 'I" 1
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t her winter home on South Palmetto uients reft'rell't's.PDly Clairmont .L. (;rlI.: : IiI
eerved.
Wednesday in the I were \\16;
was a light day hang. <
avenue, for the past two weeks de- I nt'lJ. Deland, or Obverts garage, city Die Happy
court of Mayor Titus only! one case: !) day. Jlu ..I0ed
parted Tuesday on their return to Visit Clark's-millinery boat, where I
I being lizard! by the city executive. Cl lost I I With C'-((4")
t.'r. X. J., stopping enroute at may be found all the latest Come to iughlandia the : ,I
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stylesand Il-u (ItIIO.
The result of thin case was the handing I the a.v n
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Augustine and other points. greatest j ]Ha, route, Feb. :*..
variety of
spring and t-t: :;
out of a fine of $2 and costs to :I have niwow
I J. \1/Court (colored for fighting. summer millinery. Two experienced I! i:
*For sale at a bargaIn-Ten room trimmers. 5121VAXTED :: Royal Scarlet Can
ELKS 1Buy 1-.
CARNIVAL 'IS OFF;
house at 621 So. Hidgewood lot 100 I :
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FOIl SALE- \'e-roolU cottage; front 160 deep plenty of shade -\ -$4,000 on first more TO BE HELD NEXT YEAR. goods the finest food<] Trunksare
bath, hot and cold water.ddr s I
trees; all improvements electric gage. Address X this office. S-tf At the
regular meeting of the
P. 0. box 102::, U. L. Smith real estate I Daytona products in the
lights city water world
agent. 62-3&w-4t. etc. EverythingIn lodge of Elks Tuesday evening I j
gOOd repair. Address box 00. tf NEW LAMPS LIGHTED I a decision i
; was reached to- ,eiv,_ nr-,.. The stock is and
Mrs. Jones and daughter CONDITIONS IMPROVED. I plans for holding a carnival next new I I:

Miss Martha I Mary, arrived from Orlando I i The new flaming arc lights recently Palmetto month because; of the plans of the j clean and our prices I We receivtof

Monday and spent the afternoon and WhenThirsty purchased by the hoard of i Club for its coming bazaar Candy

night with their friends. Mr. and trade and placed at various points I and street fair. The proposed carnival are right. Call: and cet I I you are su
by the Elks
will be :
held
Mrs. \V in. Hall), on North Beach along Beach street were lighted for i next I .1 ,
street. Tuesday: afternoon they were the first time Tuesday night and the season members, some time in February and prices on case lots.Crocery. I and freshnally's -
will! work all the
joined by Miss;: Beulah Jones, another the improved lighting conditions; :: year ana
to make it .
i daughter of :Mrs. Jones, and the were noted by all who 'Here on Bead j Helen a success. guaranteed.

party proceded to the Eustls: cottageon I street during the e"f>ntng. The new theater Leslie-Bates, new Daytona II IIL "The Gre;

I the ocean beach where they will lamps thoroughly high /the main business i Thursday evening Feb. 23. I

spend some time. The ladies: : a-e Stop at section of the' .sty and the i
from I.awrenceburKy.. I change will ha"e.aL tendency to at-i Saturday; evening American :tad L Lyman I HANKLNST
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I tra.tmore people toMh* front s'rv-t'I foreign babies will be for silt; in tl:.. --
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during; the Daytona theater. I I
evening hours.'lsnu't
Ladies'' hairdressing parlor, 19 Vo- [ I Where V ol i\\
'lusia Ave. Mrs. L. A. Schoficldwedtf I Every Day is Bargain Days
Fountain 1a1:1 to'i::,.t the (gypsy( t"I.1 *Ph' iifvu I ;"o:1:':! c.il:1 for :> "I n a.III.1 Here. 11 Te
t a: ; .irna':-I'. .::-nr-s!( u 'iuri"T. .'d. iag i I" ':- n.i.: tf' Bl n : :. ]THE T FOSTER CO.

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