Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00224
 Material Information
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 23, 1911
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: VID00224
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
alephbibnum - 002072230
lccn - sn 93063916

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:.Z J i x.6000 0000 000m, i ( :.. Fair tonight and Friday., Frsst '.... THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS ...0 Today . . . . . . 9i3i .

n- ;1ESSEsill !.n..- In north and central moderate portions! northwest to -t. ... Tomorrow . . . . . 10.07q : .
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our new line of .it Sixth' Season-No. 72 DAYTONA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1911 15 Cents per Week!

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H. WRIGHT :: :: D DLBOflMOVSBOSmUaBJSlMTUIUI\\ \ \ ![ RIGHT GOODS School Supplies Stationery and Havana Smokers

I I" t First ,t\enor. Da>ton. Fla. PRICES Books Ouly first, quality well cured to t j
Painting Twt'iitj-o'X! Ilff"! :". sir}' roomrnwi. Ir GEO. H. CLARKu
t I WALLACES'W. furiiNliMi,1 tit?' (aur..n.n/.ntetti, i'i,.iii>-rii. >n t > 'r--t ..cY.ntluc. bacco used. '
Paper HangingDecorating . '
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i t: 219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Poor I-or t."nilmlilr.... L. H. ROWE & CO. 11 lit th. I'Milv" N.-WH ..m.... ,Uioi.toinoriow t .' Da\. toua, Florida. ,i"i
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lull..rA! r i i f HITCHCOCK.t I IS CALLED to deliver anything from a 3-cent" to a $300 sale and FORCOUN1I i k

can do it "right now. That's our
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ruits and latest hobby.GRUBERMORRIS tic
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|W. BalL & Son r. -1 FOR MAGAZINE POST AGf.I I AT TIME OF RACING I I IE "H You Don't Trade With Us HARDWARE We Both Lose Money" CO. WORK FOR[ TIlE W'ATC MAY 1 \ CHAM{ PUSS AT COT 4 4

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''eal Estate and ; LAW. LY DISCUSSED. iI I 11.I 1 x

All \ous::! cast: in the G l/ 'tt".Xe..s ; COLOX. Puiaaia. F. .. .. .
5 1 : : Vosmaster : Through the efforts of Fred SI11h.the : : SIX HURTIN REVOLUTION !
'ire Insurance WASHINGTON, Feb. :'JZ=: I ., t'i I t I
General Hitchcock has issued< I member of the board r L
t following! statement: From an I ers of the omericanutoIUoLile .\s' I i>Oot; week will be counted thi afttIHMUI : ama e'I: i is print'y: ,, X
122 South Beach StreetILDREN'S the
1t of the 21)) leriodicals.: other I sociatiou who is now touring tht. at :, o'clock bIefisrs.. HenF. : standstill ht-tat.se of .1 ; indi! < 4
t f. than newspapers, journals and the' >ttae of Florida investigating the con. 1 j A FIRE BREIVING Titus.: Garth It. Young and ft.I. 1 1L II.i:i ..1.! :th :.$..*.It' cut' v !- ,,'' .' E k .

in Florida and admit.-I dillon of the roads a convention has: I fI I Ii E s
the '
like, published M>*ne. From the large amount: < :.is: filled in cui. ;
ted to the mail as second cUusu mat., been called to meet in Jacksonvilat I I II , I Igaged
An of workmen :> i I.i hI
interest which has been displayluring 't'oj army
the time of the big beach autonn

.ter with:. the,privilege it appeals of that carrying not ofwill averthements I bile race meet the last week i iMarch. in FAMOUS I "HOTEL DESTROYED; I THIS TIME l 111 I GUATEMALA I ; : the pact:! week by the e4'n eflits earth and in clearing ro k. Be out-aunt the.' oi m.io't th i r

be affected by the section of th i if A general invitation will I be I and their friends, 1I>ev(- . cotestants i Iunl.lide the whole plan I t
I II numerous : -; ;;
.1 .to f. pending postal bill providing f fr for extended to all who are interest BUSINESS 1 BLOCK IS BlIRNEtDISASTROUS I ; REVDLTERS WANT I GUNBOA1 who have hereto:,. e taken. for the canal through the Culebra { 7
in thU subject to attend the st s-
adver ii :
:- ..::?h-: } Increased postage: 0.1: the: very t little interest in tht unit st no\\ section mar be l'han l'tl.iARBITRATION.
take I
- magazines. The higher radoes ions of this: convention
pages of : realize the value of the prizes offer.
not apply to Jiewspapeis' of ai)' : }l part in the discussion of plans for FIRE AT WHIT PART OF FINANCES SAID TO
[ EYESbe 1 and have gone to \.Lrt i in earner .
farut journals and' pushing old roads in all parts I..d
too carefully safeguarded kind including the state. PLAINS, NEW YORK, CAUSES ,Ai COME FROM AMERICANS SEEKING ind quite a large n::mber of *'otl'i.( :
i that print cur.
similar publications: I I I tare been cast tl'H'ek.. .
'y have but one pair to last 1 rent information of news value 1 nor I At this tune preliminary plans will LOSS WHICH AMOUNTS TO CONCESSIONS IN THA From present nJications this will .
me. If there are Indications that mail he! made for extending the high\\aJ'I ,
.. it affect periodicals .. F:
i>e the banne: *fk of the conte* ,
thing; wrong with your child's< I at each Is the full length of the East Coast; and $1,000,000. REPUBLIC.
pounds ue.1 I
less than 4.000 the couut todu l '.
and it w pn: '.e )
ring him or her and I will fit with in especial effort will be made I to I WILL ADJUST
with GlaS'St'g} to correct the as happens to be the case periodicals e\1 I induce the county commissioners of WHITE PLAINS N. Y.. Feb. :23-::: I NEW ORLEANS: Feb. 23:;-Mail ad.. which will be published in Saturday: _

'. If medical treatment is i nee- ery one of the9 advertisements.On : Florida: I I ill countke through which this! : road Fire starting in the famous 1..edng.1:: vices received here today state that; i I Capers will furnish some great sur-
now carrying ': a resolution against President Cabo rises; in the race for the prizes.
I will tell you so. '-, the other hand the propose, will pass! to attend the convention. ton hotel early: this morning destroyed ; I -
1 I road rera of Guatemala is brewing.It I Only one more week remains I to DlffERfNCES ; 1 1I
. first. Every day the fact that this
the heaiof
will grant for an entire block in the ;
Neville H. Clark legislation is i stated that clandestine ar. work for the gold watch offered as a
1 to
absolute necessity
i in Ls becoming! an
time to eight periodicals : the business distrkt. I rangements are under way for th I rpecial l prize to the contestant seen -
Ii the East Coast is being more fully
Optometrist Florida the right to carry made to hep: Frederick Carpenter a prominei: purchase of the former .\America i ng the most voti before March 3. i
ealized and everyeffort
ments. These eight periodicals a uu'oat1: n.lowllkh will t L : contestant in the race !shoul i I I II
t'x'Uemellt. ; very POWRS[ I 11NTERCESSIONTO [
for the Sign of the EYE.EENGOOD'. list of which follows: fall into the: his; project along will be a boost 1 to merchant dropped dead: from converted into a filibuster. put forth best efforts during the coins I I ,
admitted I to. this: section of the countryJtu .
category of periodicals Part of the finances for the IT''"o week and should not tail to ('all
without the nd'ertis'Ing I hat plans will be made for pu.shlllgthis The hotel was owned by Admiral : PROTECT THE CHINESE. !
the second class lotion[ it is stated comes from: on>' all their friends for their suI-! I
under the act of Jul)' : matter has::! not jet been dote Dot. the once famous midget. Tlw I
privilege \mericans seeking concessions i i in riptions.!
comprising the publications ; -: tined ,but Mr. Smith, who is w'l1 total: property los will anioui tll
16. 1894. and that country. The Gazette-News: is the ns>' t E
of incorporated institution of >ot>ted on the subject of good' ruid early$1: I.;MH'>,IMHI. of newspapers published in this s.e>" TREATY DIFFERENCES BETWEEN
and and has been making! a special HudJ'of
learning, of fraternal :; olltlvill GOOD ENTERAINMENTAT ion of Florida and in a.d.I1:: your RUSSIA AND CHINA
the roads from Jacksonville
professional societies etc. As these. tell the exactoi /NN0.0N.0NN..9.0.0N. THEATER TONIGHT riends to subsoil ibe you ne d hat' I t
all mail less than : be present to WILL BE SETTLED NO PRESSURE .

eight 4,000 periodicals pounds an issue the postag I lition. of the road at the present time Ip DAILY!:STOCK MARKET[ REPORT[ !; Thonia Wade I Lane's f.nebariton : no he hebitancy moiifv! in\t in*ted assuring in snbs'ript; :the a mi that i is I IYi 1
completeof and what work will be necttouLry to : ON:) CHINA.
j'e are carrying a will be at '
on their advertising pages' put the highway in condition for thl' O NNNN NN0 1 I \koive is i so well known in Dayton; !loner: well 1u'-t. 1 '
Green Groceries, in- of cent a pour 1
the present rate one il t needs little praise. Those who ST. f'FTPRSKI'RRussia; Fob. J J:1It
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that so far ise: of automobiles The establisl :NE\V YORK.: FI.II.) 2::!-Stw'ks \\t'n'l
It le apparent'
lug : therefore lent of this highway will mean the tare heard him sing ('all'OUt'l1 for _:; '(:alUtkllC' 11. unofficial/,
as the periodical publications of rregular today Canadian being! ore r ti
concerned the postae> t:' addition of thousands: of winter visors he: richness and quality of tone an sTILLOPE tf>u >y that the exiting: treaty differ-
Florida are a point higher and Heading alld .
olden Wax Beans rate provision in the pending! IOst.l11 ; to the numbers that now (com tl''hnique.: lie will render variou\ "nee. Serween Uu<;: shade lower. Cotton waheady ,
L'nion a
the colleather
tu the Eat Coat; to escaj e
o bill will carry only benefits. I, nusical t'Il''tiOJ's after the coated !ic >ettKil b> arb.tration.;
in the noih and six to nine higher on beer
Green Beans admitted s ;; \
Florida periodicals tonight, and Xl's.slie' I will rl'fl'; fOR LORIMfR I T'lP! UHII..,.t'r of foreign affairs de tY
.Second class mail without the adve : cables.
and dialect ': : will !be exerted 4 4U
.n prose poetry a nun iuex!! no prf.-r're
CucumbersCauliflower tising privilege under the act i of WARMER WEATHER HI SIGHT ()turn, eio> '
I ; >er of her cleverest hits from aa- "> {'li.:tii.: but it *,. :ad: an interce-
July 16, dS'Jl: (publication S..w York ivntrnlilo I.. ................. clt. Kit I
.of i ;:irf.... : .. .... .. .. ... ..::: .Ilp'hrojs.kr.t)1,10 : the audietui ,.. -werg Itaa I'rntLht
mstititk: of | .. ri 1441! repertoire, giving ua i n ot ttnr. ;
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fraternal. scientific and profttisioiu SOME FRUIT IS DAMAGEDREPORTS !I [.,'h1h! Vnllorth .>>' .. .... .......... .:.II : i complete and entertaining eveningtlLs. ;. > :nl nit ;a < I'aiiJ.!': ... It'i:ia'a ;
.-rii I'ju'inVIVnntt ... . ............l7: h:7' I '
Tomatoes societies, ete..t. that are granted the I .lnnlanillni . .. . .. t:;z1 '?:;' :\ .*. Leslie and Mr.:\ 1.a11.m t'lIt..l'I i 1 ire 1I 1
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right to carry DECLARE *..TiHlirn r.u-lflf" ... .,.I\II\! 'a iIH Vet ----
FROM ATLANTA ain at Hotel Ormond : tu'mieWAN
11\01.1 I
Peppersey the provision of the pending post.: I .'IMI.II I'n.-HU- .. .1\7.:\ :\ VOTE' IS IT t YET REACHED
I Coin, . .I "I I 4. ; OF JURY VERY ILL; t't .
bill ;
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[ are Always Fresh.. tona Madison, monthly, quarterly; l'lorida'orma1ite.; 1 Florida;Odd 1-1-. TONIGHT.FROST WILL BE PASSED BY I I I - -- I II I II II Good in All Quarters of! BEVERIDCE HAKES SPEECH, I HAY AFFECT I VSTlG[ TIO i.

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Notes, Augustine: monthly; Lit I .\TI.\ T.\. Feb.The:::: weatlie I the Globe. ENATOR CUMMINS IN MOVEMENT iEAD OF BODY: INQUIRING I INTO I .

coin: Bulletin Tampa. monthly; Stu but the weilli. I TO FILIBUSTER AGAINS' t ,
cold today
College for Women UulleUn, i
is for frost again io t r

,D CO.D. liassee Industrial, quarterly School I ; HuUetin.State! Normal Tallalus! and t'l'light prediction extending as far south as (..t.'II't1'al i "A. B. A.;f ADOPTION OF CANADIAN REC! DANVILLE REPORTED CRITICALLY -

with freezing in GeorguThe
JOHNSON Mgr : see, quarterly; CniveittyHec'oi damage! to fruit last night wa:; I ILL.liAXVILLE..

Gainesville, quarterly i light ctmijtared to what was f'XI'l"l.t.l'l'J. Have you enjoyed your coffee tin: TRAVELERS'CHEQUES \r.\ IIIXGTOX. Feb. :22::: Senator I ; ) II... Feb. :U-::;-Isaa.v'oodward .. (

It is believed the danger ofeeze ;a norninpc or was it a flavorless ("upof ..lrt! Itivt-ndgf today resumed: hi; \ foreman of th.'t'rlllIIi'1: m!! I '+ ,I '

HANGED FOR MURDER; will t le parsed by Fnda; ,;' )f colored water'' You would always I pt*>ch in opposition to Lorimer rl-- rt
PARENTS PROSTRATEC mornin;. I enjoy your coffee if your wife I iimnjr hs: ....-at in the I'nited State ('nutty grand jur. which is < >Kilu<- 1

,I it here.1'ersuade matThe clash ovi T the ma ng an investigation in the roe( soL l: n
ESTRUCTOunks ERIE. Pa.. Feb. 23-Alton Hoove I bought I from Illinois has occupied more tint \\IK vandal of the recent elecion: M

was hanged for wife murder here trfay. HIGH her to come in and I I than >xpej-tfd: but it is though .
ATE n VEGETABLES meet with ready acceptance bj wa: f .
t. I i.- critically ill at his: borne. g.
His prostral : .
aged parentaro make a trial of our delicious blends a"ot will \,f reached today ai -t 1I 3
td with grief. They had spent $.''0.. tanks Hotels. Railroads, Steamship Friend her deliberation of the grand jury
this i it uncertain. /
'though :
000. the savings of a lifetime to< I DECLARES[ [ THE[ COM I IISSI0N.I Two tickets to the Crystal Theatre lines, etc. I or Ijorimer are still confident h.., ''ar.. being held up awaiting' hi.r- ,I ,f ,
:\ Lila E. M:\ I I 1 1R
save him from the gallows. ,vill be presented will remain in the senate. overy..

Sheppard if she will call at the Easily negotiated for full value I Senator) Cummins presented a re.lution .-... \1---- _ _
i DECISION SAYS TRUCK GROWING )) News office before tomorrow I I, u
aily calling th- jireHiden
I Identification established by} upon : ;
1nP REGION IS PAYING TOO MUCH light. I for information gathered bv tllt'':1 R CHURCH, Druggist; ,

ounter-signature. I tariff board on1)(1(} pulp pap)*-l ;:' rnoNE! 37 '+
S ON ITS FREIGHT SHIP \..fK>l and other article It is bved < .\ r 1)1. Beach: Street J ;
-< :. Safer than money: handier thai I ., Daytona Florida. ,; ;i i ,
GROCERY Jj Senator Cummins! us
MENTS. CONRAD? Irafts. Take a few $10, $20 $SI( I .
thit; to filibuster against the' pa;) cllm'.I Food Kt; ti BaW'I

We receive our shipments 1V.\SHINGTON. Feb. :23: -The in I and $100 cheques on your nex .1 age of the Canadian reciprocity. \ r' d

communion toda]' Everythingto -
rstate commerce:
of Candy week so I
ecided: the rate on vegetables! i CALIFORNIA

are you are sure to get it nice truck growing region around I rip.We Issue Them.IMERCHANTS. I JAPAN TREATY : be found in a !' t

S. Cto Buffalo anc I first-class i
and fresh-Huyler's, NunWally's 'PHONE 61. ; \VASIIIXGTON. Feb. 23: Pres: 4, t tx
PiUsbur ; are unreasonable becausliej < i i >> :?xil' ,
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and Norris'"The exceed the combination rate: Store
Daytona LodgeNo. : :rams of protest from Californ'':;' Drug

arsnee. \'ia. Haltiniore. 1141 I a ainst the newtreaty with Japar: ; 4

Great Candy Trio. B. P. 0. E, :ec-retary Knox and Senators I>*iend ..; Prescriptions a Specialty. !i ii j 6! 1

EADLOCK UNBROKENIN : Perkin conferred today w.tithe II' Phone orders promptly I ,
Meets Every Tuesdaj, BANK
HANKINS ALBANY EFFORT president on the matter. Aft attended to.
The Druggist,,, Evening. Visiting I r I
I the conference stated the t: at:
AT THE PLJVCE ALUANY. X. V.. l"eb.Tht.:: sea 'QA, ::4 t3 T.Members E. Fitzgerald. E. R A. D. McBRIDE President \\ 1: br it:f/: r,\- t'i"m! *'- *!h: Free
Where Volusia Meets Beach. oral; deadlock wu unbroken !Ioy t tin t a Geo. F. Crouch. Sec I J. B. CONRAD Vice President Delivery t
# F N. CONRAD Cash.ei: r '
Telephone 69 ;-'nd: joint: bai'ot!: t'ik'-n todr.: : I e i (

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' ? l DELAr:D,

Dealer a .
PIANOSandt the connty seat of
f \ ,
VOLUSIAT"COUNTY Volusia County, !
23 miles southwest of
... TUDerPIA'tOS is situated
FOR RE'tTh" 1 Daytona and is reached from the latter II UNIVERSIIY

BANK city by an excellent hard-surface I1ZLAND 'LA.

constructed.At I' Four l'olJl'g
road recently 'lit I
T"t'hnlcal Ouun
DeLand is located the John B. tqulpment ..

I / / ) ,1 TO Stetson University one of the lead. Jtmlowment lug n'arly IItXlftn fat\ \VCdfltSdu.Helefl -
$100,000 m
\ M. J. HOLMES'Foe77for Capital ing educational institutions of the acuity of 4a :- Leslit
I ft-st-or,
: Surplus $50,000 anti l.
- -- ,- ) WOM .N'S Soath Because of the interest in I atructort('brlst theater tcnight
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:.. ; :::- EXCHANGE A. I). McBRIDE, matters educational DeLand is knownas I nonc T..8t'hlng

ICE, CREAM :_ -i : ::: /lIIlI IIlId tll.. 1110'" I"r....l l..ntJ.B.rONHAD'' "The Athens of F1orii." ?*or IId information. .1 t. s *,..unOl

b uy quantity.MILLS' f-i&m ***-- ; :.. I'uuUh.1 i..th..rHr- , Stetson University haTa faculty of Lincoln< >!is: (>omIIot
f. :... thi..ulJ..arth.4t..II'Iilna. : Vlct-Tr- slUent I' Hul1 afternoon
,fecfefev .: :111,1 ,tlllJlpin ) 50 professors and instructors. Thereare Ph. It.. .IJtl.II..'
R. A.: WlIOIt..l.'u"hlo.r. 1.1. D.
European \ over $400,000 in buildings and Prl'sld"\. baths,
f-' f 3& ZZ. -" k sft .11.4 1 -
D- $300,000 endowment -
J_ V..CMaUrdUL I equipment; nearly J. G <'ad*

I L. C. DEMAR E. r rOn -- _ fact must be apparent to the most ; a Carnegie Library alone representing ..
IO1iDiIiSUiIui iIIl.I By r- J. W. fRIS from St>n1!
superficial observer. With such lav DREKA1SDEPARTMENT: an investment in building,

: | SHOES AMD FURNISHINGS of Daytona's crowning: glories BUSINESS AND ifrheilth of natural beauty it became endowment and books, of more than \Vednedawife -
is her incomparable' beadh.! No
an easy thing fOl the hand o! $120,000. The library is the UnitedStates

J It Pays to Trade at : one wh;> haj ever set foot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS ir-nfti to give the finishing[ touchesVhich STORE Government depository for the Attorney ai4Counsellor Bachelol

Peck's Bargain House : smooth racked sands; no one whoever have wrought out the colors EVERYTHING 1TO } State Of Florida, and contains over A Daytona ti
: i pedaled a bicycle over ids ex- at Law new
112 South Beach Street :: and outlines of the big picture. EAT, 15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one
who drove a
'*..........m.....uisisi.. pans; ; no one horses ever and listened Man did all this in the laying out 'TO WEAR of th'newest of 16 buildings, with 1 U 1 I-l (UKllJtounnj
prancing pair of i-j- -4-- i-II TO USE '
of the streets with their wide margins its furnishings, represents an outlayof Will III
.sIiiI.isi.i............. to the popping of their steel shoes -=IIlPiidlnc Hall is of Praetiw la E.
I of parkage. The entire city becomes: nOOn $60,000. State and : '-:1) 55
: LING WAR-CHINESE LAUNDRY : upon its asphaltum-like face; no one 4 UI ,
: tu no. REACH ST.. DAYTONA., FLA. who ever steered a high-power automobile :I E. S. HALL I:1 a grp.t park with driveways inter: Elevator Service themost beautiful college buildings Fed.ralCourts with binjVVTE1
Dress shirts lSNlplit: ;, Khlrts! In. llest Boom
mles; miles of drh'eways South.
.: White ,Hhlrta }Woolen "Khlrts 10 down the broad stretch of I. '
Check "Hhlrts 'H" t'nd..rfoohlrh ,, wave-washed and surf-packed sand :: Architect and Builder : I so good as to attract motorist*' The city has a population of about > -
New Shirts Drawers: ) G.A.DREKA&CO.liKLANI .
t4htrtacoilaratt. 13,0"ks.,, pi'r pair .1 but: realized that it is! a world beater :. Xo. 2"!I Palmetto... UI I from all over the continent. *. t'L\ 3,500,'with a thickly settled country PrL.\ND FLA. g.&g
: Collars or Cuffs :Handkerchiefs!! :, 3 is five
: DeLand
I LAdles clothes at corresponding price a world-wonder. Go stand upon I DAYTONA. FLORIDA. And as for the pavements pa\e adjacent. proper I \ '1> a

r ..isisusisisi.isi.uiusisiii this wile speedway and see the hap- :.I ISUSISIOISISISISISISISISIISI.ISISISISISISISISISISIU. nifiits i hat look and act like gramunheie miles east of the St Johns River, on I RVRlGHTINSURANCE ,,'" II

souls flit by in joyous mood and else between (he eastern: the high, rolling pine land of the
.. .i.isuisi.isi.i.iii.ii py - -- -------- -- Volusia..JountyAbstractC ;1 \ \ "
answer whether this is' not one of andetrn, seas are so many: mil'sin great "Orange Ridge of Florida.The

: ;. H. C. THOMPSON Agt. : the seven modern wonders. I* U ,, prooortion to inhabitants? Tin : predominating products are 1)I: "P'

a LAMB ENGINESm I: W. C. CHOWNING M. D. : I paveme-ut question stands with tin oranges and grapefruit, the estimated i' ,
0 The Placid Pellucid Halifax River. j
I HUPilOBILESDevoutration : ::I General Medicine and 1I : street as one of the chief' drawin, (II'arv*'rt Fl 1). Ijnulls.h. President. Hon -- crop from this vicinity being over J ., .

I ; Given at Any Time. : Where think you Is water with more :I Obstetrics IU I cards. Till some unheard of plact .taryundTreus.Abstracts. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes, I :'Ol"' .

. I = PHONKWS U IIISISI picturesque:: surroundings? Nearly a : Office Hours: !:::10) to:$!::Sm.> 7toHp.ni. U I reports more and better Da.tonachrO'b Furnish peaches, pears, Japan persimmons, Florida t '.,.'!" .

...........I ...... mile wide. fringed with tropical vegetation I. Over Kodak Place. .Tbone 39. UU a down the gauntlet! to the ed and Titles* plums, pecans, guavas, strawberriesand I _, 'l- .

.-...................21..... artistic cottages with roomy .ISISISISIUIUSISISIIISISUISISISISISISISISISISISISI world. Perfected other fruits are grown in plenty.In I ::1. g.as.

verandas. looking out upon her bosom - -- - --. Squirrels Flowers, Binds and Fruit and Insured the way of public improvementsare I OLDESTLARGEST 1
( gamey food fishes In countless num- 'hat.ones shortcomings and ( \ many miles of fine shell roads, an I !

a Contractor and Builder .. bers beckoning as it were, to those a howe\r indifferent or even callous Maps.: Pints and excellent high school, electric lights,
a Designer and Craftsman :: DR. J. E. RAWLINGS : IJlu,'prints HupplUdliKLAXI . .
Superintends Construction of Bulk : with rod and reel;her bosom flecked I one may be to many things: the mere a system of waterworks that is owned and BEST \\ : '

f V 5 Srj ". Finns on Hhort and Notice.Hpfcincatlons with duck and coot and. snowy-I:II I Physician and SurgeonOFFH'K : mentica (.f "flowers and squirrels ) : *. FI.K. and operated by the city. supplyingthe .

: DAYTONA, FLORIDA. : 'winged sea birds, which stc about as'' : I birds and fruits" will send a thrill purest water at little cost 4 r.
,:I : OVEK KOPAK 1'1.\1': : :
...*...............usi.isi.io I if for :the sport of bobbing upon the I_ Phone 'M .1 that is reflected rn distended pupils BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that For Florida i I;.

...S I SI S.SI SI SI S I I S I.I. waves; watch that lubberly od! o and pricked ears. DeLand is a church-going community .
white headed pelkan pouch a fat For visitor: with -
; everj' a spare goober Baptists, Episcopalians, Methodists ..
: OSCAR MICHAEL :: mullet, and that fish hawk struggling tlu-re i.s a bunny ready to com COMPANY\ (Northern and Southern), Pres- GROVES JIIIIIII.,. ', ,. i\

m CONTRACTOR : upward with his floundering load he aI and accept your gift. lIe will sit boll Manufacturers of byterians, Christians and Catholics, TIMBER or !
snatched from the water. ;, I:I D. D. & C. M. ROGERS :1 LUMBER
:' Filling and Grading : ; lLJ-'ri5hit and knaw into the meat, besides colored Baptists and Methodists TRUCK: ..

a Ua See the beautiful launches spick : Civil Engineers : casting furtive; saucy glances! at :you LATH are represented.The I I'I' "
Keavy Hauling a Specialty. LAND ,
lockers SHINGLES keLir
and: span wi'tfli' hampers and meanwhile
.1 graded
.II.t bulging with refreshments, both solid : DAYTONA. FLA. Flo'A''rs. Usually fresh and bloom:, MOULDINGS\ which Send I"h..e for Bargain to I Lund 0',.
years' course, and the building ;
- -- and liquid ready for a cruise upon th tstllhlll..d: I" ;,. UU tt-nts: \\hmt'-omn..'
j@ @ ,i SISI ing the year 'round you are remii.d-: furnished
Pnlnts is newly
I injury's it occupies
beautiful surface. Take out field .ISUSISISUSISUSUSIS1SUIIISISISISSISISISISISISIS TilE Ull m* tT< ,'
your ed of Goldsmiths couplet where Pnroid RoofingVttlt.hali II
is of the most
AL ELLA DeVOY & CO. i \ ('III..nt throughout. one
.t 'glass and sweep the river from Smiling spring: its earliest visit paid t.tm1IN \
Dorado: Plaster
commodious and best equipped public -
I iflona[ to[0 1 ti.- II : ..
Ormoad bridge to Ponce Park And summer's lingering blo=,soim (jtttriilHl'lny P.rlck ; !
MILLINERY aI Bond Hand Brick schools in the State.
light house, then say whether the I
I j Halifax i iU4 a thing of beauty anda :I E. L. STEWART 1I I (tile yail are delayed.In roses varigated hue rI.ANI>. KLA.LAN9IS i The trip from Daytona to DeLand I I'Fl.AXn. FLA. F "

Physician and Surgeon SU made by automobile in a little
N 8 Beach St.. Daytona. Fla. is
0. '.' joy forever, and one of the modern '"'IO>,attention tll'II..II....- of the UU predo'ninatt ; another household hasa k, U
wond..J. K\e.: ":nr. Throat and Xos. I)lttt--.. 5 over an hour, and there are many t'.1 ,.' ..
and the
HIHl reKUlelH'f II(Inolill >,vt-mi itt. : rtl -. I penchant for the poincetta: & M : pretty drives in the vicinity of the THE .
of P. 0.. h:. lull (K
!. door w'st telephon premiss rre aflame; another i is hidden
The Enchantingly' Picturesque Ridge- :: Otllce hours; V n. II). to!f. p. III. : Attorneys at Law county site. A good road leads to GORDONQARAQE *0 wh.- .1
in of tall Varietyis
a jungle cane.
East Florida wood. i .ISISUIISISISISISUSUSISISUISUSISISISUSISIIISISUSIeIS Pructlcinp In all DeLeon Springs, five miles, a historic i
the spice of life and here is where mate and Federal \ 1.-tI!
Courts where 60,000 gallons of water
-- -- - spot
: Ridgewood avenue Is upon the crestof I you find it. Special facilities for
Telephone Company : bubble from the earth every minute. .
a broad ridge straight as the crow The birds flit in, and witih their Inventlgatlng and The
r p.-rfwrtlng titles From DeLand automobiles go southto
Connections flies and the wide spreading branches :I DR. F. H. HOUGHTON 1 joyous notes help to give fullness ll.-I.ASII. FLA. DeLandHeadquartcn
at Daytona Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and
of the heavy-trunked rive oaks extend - S : and symmetry to the picture.As .
t; lor Distance Points their giant! arms across the marl roads; the St.Johns is crossed by
Long mag :
: Dentist for fruits choice citrus fruits,, STEWART ELY[ and for
rrA Osteen then
cars can
i ferry near
nificent'fta.. forming an arch. I -
rOffice In l't,ck Block 5U I Daytona >.elds the palm to none for AutomobilesAGENT
Sanford and Orlando
14twartEgford continue to by
Isaac A.
H. C. THOMPSON Mgr. from these extended arms great festoons -
PllO"P32Ve.t: : Bridge UU I quality and quantity per acre. There Hly FOR
There is shell road
S hard road. a
of the
Spanish moss: sway as Mary hitwartAttorneys .
I .ISISISISUSISISISISIISISISISUSISISISISISISISUSISISIS t-re scores of citrus gropes in prox- Maxwell Touring
__ __ trade winds from the tropic. seas at Law from DeLand to Orange City five
.. to the city branches bidding Cars and
a S fan them. Looking straight ahead and Noturlis Public miles, and a good road from DeLandto
: to the erth with their burdens of: RunaboutsArthur
H. T. McCLELLAN I :down this white shell street one has :: T. r. Fitzgerald lF.. GatesS : lucious gcJden globes whuh for Pvr.\NO. FLA.J. Lake Helen, a like distance.

the impression of a fairy path with : '
: FITZGERALD & OATES S beauty proflicacy and aH desirable .

Mill Work I **1ong lfisa and draperies cast ,an but eye as first you to move the 2: Attorneys and Counsellors, at Law : qualities} would truly astonish )'011. A.ERICKSON. BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO. Iw'al(..P.Hmnltn HlLDIltn

0 Mjalmil l Facilities for Kxamlnlngand : ; UU Finest Manufacturers
The Fastest Autos and
: Write or ask bim about anything <( < right and then to the left you seedistinguis1ed Perf.-ftlnn l.:>nd Titles S

you want made of wood Every- [f cottage homes in the (mU-e I ill Conrad lUillduig. 'I'linnp 11:*" : I Out. & CO. Light Granite, Buff, Red awl
Largest:: "'tQt"k of Drab Brick HAMLIN
tiling the best. > most delightful settings.See IOUSISISISISISUSISISISISU The q>\( I.t.horld wonder do york Pianos, Organs and

.ho glistening leaf of the grand' !, .,.- ? Come whether from Mi:;souror : : Sewing Machines I.nrp' nt"!--. Cnpncitx Writ fur In-ur.)Ux -:i.i.1 Prompt t ind PricesLAKK Milpin -. &

North Ridgewood Ave. Phonejl23 ( magnolia which! nature has varnished :e(!.! @.!( .!.
; PS4xi o.\ j i) i\.i (! ,..iI I :as no rt's's' brush ever could; and : DR. J. P. ESCH : and you will be "j-hown'"

the cabbig1! palms with their burdens I I.-t'! is where the world record fo:' LAKE HELEN
2 Physician and Surgeon J Jf' I'
i of show)' fruit and swaying palms; 'jfd is broken with ev ry re< urirn Surrounded by several lakes 1T
# I PICT1ESOI{ PORT ORANGE{ PI'iiui>iiln l.rI\l lltttih.il-) -i.tithi-f pretty aud
I "l't.h lovely holly with its exquisite ?' )1 l. K:. the climbing vines ?) 1II.t., >7 p.in. 'Plioiii. :MI. I I'\M Ny .\ !
btsry; see 111'\1'11.: SS jind the finest are oa daily ptutle Lake Helen, a winter resort of no Law1l.NI'
'" iMICT URANOK I-' tun riot in the trees; see the crypos.amori's ni.d the big show& ia us tree a- I DRUGGISTSJEVELERS
. . . . . .. r: little importance.
p : .! !iji: @:! < < ( < I-* * i. \M'1 Camp Cassadaga,
ar-ttyItth'viIIagP! l (. PORT 0 ORAG1 N G[ ;: forms which gain a foothold tt':: pure artesian wa er fi"oii iiijiiunitaids I a spiritualistic camp-ground is situated
situated' flv inll s I
. . FLA.
( i.! o.M: )m"
: oaks
the and gSatelypu5nis !
.m great I I : of flowing wells; it :& :a s stoni.UtU'Us Lake Helen
-onthof Itaytonn on IiFl.ANI. FLA. near and at this
11$' 1)aytonii-N'w" H 0 USE I : : and surely you will join in I The Manhattan Cafe : show with a ror.MantIs.i.it.n > I i place several hundred people make -

bard sur- I ,l'he!' chorus and that this is a \ : .
Smyrna say : ;; scene.Eveything winter
ro road th'-s'f'nlt'C' I I world wonder for beaut}". i I for ladies and gentlemen. G. W. Fisher i headquarters. laige lumber fOUNTAIN'S"D&L.A I
I ahors.
!"..lthmabf tin- East: S I f: goes from :! I mill and the largest brick plant in

ist. Th.* town Is Owner aad Maoater Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage $> Regular Dinner 11 to 1:30: Daily. power up to a 2oO-nor.se power, and Drug Co. the South are located at Lake Helen. D, FLA.

icx-att'd on the Hall- | Short Orders. Box Lunches. i: ell degrees of speed from a canter I
Homes. Drugs, Stationery,
lnzRlvrandlsonneCtcd ;!J) Everything Fresh. ( J ORANGE CITY I
two-mUe-a-ml'nute!' clip. You will I ClothingFurnishings
iadies.i, to a
) Candies
J Special Atteatioa Shown to Huyler's ,
( with th.PORT ORKBEACH No one of Daytona's attractions. i piobably catch the spirit: when youo ; I The principal attraction around
: rvolDfaln Jhv. ;) : Kodaks, Cigars
a bridge.opp perhap: commands more nearly universal I THE MANHTTAN CAFE I: the roads and the beach are yours t1v.t.ASII. Fr.\. Oran e.City is the many handsome Shoes __J JlsLASD 1

The town Is well attention and praise than does | 38 South Beach Street ) i ij i The Florida sunshine is free the I golden orange groves. The town is

laId out and has! the artistic cottages. The-owners of ; (!@:!;: barmy ocean breezes are free thj supplied with water said to be the

,1&II3"Pl't'tty" homes.! Lots for Sale. these charming villas hail from every -- -- -- birds and squirrels and flowers art A. H. VOOBALL purest in the world, another attraction -

A large jjnmber of Liberal Terms corner of the country and they bring .......... .. ......... free the sparkling fountain water is to visitors. It is at Orange City
tourists and winter Allowed for .
J'f'tII4eDta make Port IMPROVEMENTSOcean their own architectural plans and t When You Are Looking for : ;i fr: e and you will have to go down The that passengers over the Florida East I

(rraJlpwlntt headtj or River bufld upon them and, as the archi-iI. .1 unto your wallet only for ('oin for I Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and ;

darters, eD".of the FISHINGConvenient I 'Mrture of one section of the country :: Some One to Do *. auto and bed and board. GROCER drive to Deland. The town is surrounded -
attrnctUnsl !
H-Trml !
to Automobile differs from the architecture of another I ; fanciful it's all by land
This .s no picture; peculiarly adaptedto
l.- the excellent Kace ('ourat'tt.blng.
aid }trldge.A so do our homes differ in ''here. It is drawing other thousandsand : the cultivation of citrus fruits. FLoat JI.1

short distance WM.Apply C. HOWES to outward appearance and ,structural I I Electrical Work If i I I bo'd-np: them enthralled, rt will -- --- -- -

.V-f-Ht' :9l Fort Orange Agent beauty from one another. There are cnarm and hold you. COllie and seeP i......................................; ... .......
.s.t the remains! of Port Omnpe i Fin. no monotonous rows of strikingly .
.>>ff old Dunlawton :f: PHONE 14, :
-- -- ----
similar build'ngs but the eye as it !

.ruK r mill visited a everyrt placeS.fis i-Port:; Orange sweep.* by is treated to a kaleidoscopic "From the Grove to the Table" THE DAILY NEWS !

,. > hundrt-dsof change which keeps the mind I.FORLAWJf
\ j
-. arlsts.! One Um.OYSTER CO. wondering "What next?"
.hthecountrYWu4t P. DUPONT | It is no*: only the exterior of many f .
(sT Portrang'.SUrIGrowur; I THE ELECTRICIAN. J Gro"\vn on the Halifax.
and Ivalerj
of thtse homes which rivets atten whose
old : Ii to three
rounding the OYSTERS and I .: The finest quality of fruit for sale Gives Away some_ _ _ _ _persons_ _ .-- !
- -
vi.ll was a vast tn- tion1Ih.c; they are models of con: > Best Prices Best Work *
CLAMS ,I in boxes or car lots. Special the
single : in
mentioned :
'enienlnd the and furnishing t: : names were
dlpoanij sugar caneplantation. ... \ : finishing! NORTH BEACH STREET
Pt.Orlln.? Iunytrunn 1 -
.The mill _ _ _ _ i jive evidence of the elegance attention paid. to filling orders. i : 'C' -
.:....... ............!.!..24SISISUSISUSI i.very Day previous day's :
*ns operated and cultivation of those who worked ----- - --- - MUNROE & STEVENS i. paper jj
Mrely Wi tho e xtE'n'M C.C lIOffESi II 0 !I Ic.nII I .
I it all out. Indeed it is the interior .ISISUSISI5I.GROCERIES GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. .
hut has l>een 1mrtSuv I -

tor forty or Real Estate ;: I arrangement and artistic furnishing : : Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. : : Four Tickets to the Crystal :
ll'ty y.-ar : I and sanding, more than the exterior

Aery InterestIng! I Insurance ; I appearance that gives a surpassing -- - i I : Theatre and a Merchandise :

drive from I>uytoni's tOTARYPUBLIC I I charm to Daytona homes. This feature : at 1-lue and i j. t !live nrir. -, ;ut SU '! ....j..i 1.m. : ..:e.e..i: ...... .,.. :
l>y -ean lx IIdl Order for 25 cents
on some :
to Hi-1 Jipproaol (II[ Port Orsnjfc Ha. I jastly merits prominence! as another I JOHN P. POLLITZ. 2McDonald's GITTENS & MESSING .

1 J !he:''.Ice.Tort jioroov ornn---tin : woni'er. ..ISISI.IISSISISISIIISI....H ."..' ." ..1.,1.. \ ; :. local store. : : : : : : :

t-rlc: *A ii nd t h.. n S.S r. MARTI'" I I Streets and Pavements the Most ....a..................... !; 's \ Fresh Fish .-- ..
th.' U. I NJ -
through .
lutat and Best. : -
f.rliK-ipal: I tre.-T of I : Boat Yard *3pTZ: > Clams .. .

Port Oratue to th- [O.ncraI : W"hyth' Architect of the Unitrse: : : i Lstablished: : 1903 .
I I and Rose Bay Oysters t Watch for them maybe
ruins o* th- >.l.! i chose to give; Daytona the most admirable J CHAS. M. McDONALD. Proprietor J ---your name :
\ I
I Merchandise
rated old eUgur I: Mark South .
I ; the most picturesque natural : Railways. Boats Built. Repaired J on Beach Street
mill rtturnluImytonaliy It'
t h..-roi III l Port Oranlt. fl. sotting; of all the cities of the SouthIs and Housed. UISSISIsISUSI Phone 5 t Prompt Delivery : next. :

ta.-th mainland. 1 not revealed, but that such Is a// .... .IISISIS.. !,!.!',.!-!.. i.+'i !'s't'a!+i.!'!.! ..64............,................ ...................... "'y1 \'

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;yoj A Good Second. HEN IS GOOD DETECTIVE. Might Have Been Worse. '
'"''.hnt n blessinp! ; civilization! Ins On a celebrated occasion In Vienna, I I PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA\ I. _
: .
FLORIDA been to the world! Consider! for a m') when there was much excitement In
Sorts Out Eggs That Will Hatch Without
i meiit the bloody! sports of ancient all the European courts over affairs of I'
Error. I situated fif-
< i SMYRNA is
laty seat oia _ __ _. 1 non' I Giles Freeman a farm hand. employed International: moment, the French am- I HOWEAND NEW miles south of Daytona ORANGES
J "\\ '.1-:-. w-h :fs the matter: with an ai-: bax-adr: : was suddenly recalled by his I t,
) County, i '. by Cdd.: Hale: : of .Jul:1sloWli.! X: Y.. 1. and is an ideal spot reached If you want the
STETSOf tom> )il'U;) rl'en:1ltiu1ttrL'r.: : i poeminent. "It is :i n'rr't.: '. affair I I from hard surface road \'O'ry last Oran,+
Inthwest oroin owns! a brown leghorn!\ hen of tine Daytona by a
w, l 1<'an. I Is It lint" I'rn.'eh'ttprllkh! : : : was :'*!h- CURRIERFLORIDA winding through one of the most picturesque apply' nt
pedigree and a rcniark-ilde: : nature: ;
the latkardsurfaci unman / ed l h .'ottrt11.) "this recall I Point Grove
l ''t. y a lady:\ at a : i i parts of Florida.
'1 Before he Nmjit!!; | the fowl of ]11:1: .
of tin ambassador': "Not so With its ancient ruins dating backto .
DELAN Contrary: I b oar umin Freeman not ic"t.JlI'tlt'n'r;| the lien
Four gone p;LA. 0T"ehnleal Its history I id in brief I II grave, I :!s..urou. C1:.'11; Ult.." for a time when the history of man : : *
: talatka visitor I was put on a newiting she would I the: bent Iu th! :
\haad T.. Dunn was LANDS runneth interlaced with wiresof
[he John R J. Thus joy riles in a motorcar: priiK-e rl'slltlnd.l1. "as It w ulil have: not .
tEquipment cap: : Most always come to rtr.! I kick several eat I:" fruin t ilu neM.; Marking : I the modern telegraph and telephone state.Groe;
) Wednesday. I been If it had Leon the 1'remh am I ,
t the lead Eng early 1 tIp{ : : tW: sI1'1t.1.F'I.t'RII': \ .
!Xn. Baltimore American. these eggs; ; and plji-liig I them tin its miles of( shell streets as situated 11m
Atnent \
:: ; bassador's < >ok who was re -aUed. The from Daytona on
Ions of the Faculty. of 411 Promo. f' Helen Leslie Bates, new Daytona I. der other setting( IHMIS. I-"rt't'Dlm: found ambassador easily t-e replaced, but hard and smooth as a floor and over- I the Daytona-LWaw
[interest in strnnto .and In- A young attorney not noted for his that not one would butch. The remaining eau" M. LEIDERSDORF arched by hoary forest giants that Smyrna Road.
id is known but non t'hrt tan, t theaUf' tonight.J. brilliancy recently appeared in court eggs Invariably brought! forth not his eo)lJ1. Resident Agent grew in stately grandeur during the Prices Moderate

For Tenchlnan. k. to ask for an extra allowuiire in an chicks. Flora of Palestine. Town and lapse of bygone centuries. New I FERD
address Informat n' f N. Gamble returned Wednesday; action which he was so fortunate as Tired of buying; sitting eggs for a The flora of Palestine Include about Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNProprietor

la faculty: of Lincoln Hall afternoon from a visit: to Orlando. to have been retained iu. The court, hen to scatter over the floor. Hale decided the same number of species as--that Property and rest.
tors. Ph. H. ty of California, GtXX.JONERS.
There L Lit&D . not discovering I anything at all unusual to sell the fowl. Freeman: All nature: here is very inviting to
[ildings and __ President : Hot baths, Hooper's Barber Shop complicated or extraordinaryabout knowing of her wonderful nature pur and Here
the tourist pleasure-seeker.
endow.alone 1t ---, the litigation, impaired of the chased her. He christened her Minerva ..........................
G. Cad, county commisaione; R. S. HALEY too is to be found the best fishing and
J. young man "What: is there about this
building rep'in J.J iT n. PERKINS P ; from Seville, was a .Daytona visitor case that to you seems extraordinary I Each spring now Freeman uses her i i [ ATTENTION A [ f fJ i hunting in the state of Florida.

than t. Wednesday In company with hi: ?" only to sort worthies, eggs from the" GeneralHardware The people are: thrifty, the business i
1 more "That I cot it," Mandly!! and innocently settings! of farmers, who come from a =::,: :::_- n* --_- : T i men enterprising, and all unite
the United : .
replied the youthful aspirant for radius of many miles to have the bird .
Attorney welcome hand of
and wife."A in extending the :
for the Itont set ill>! uttl with vuUanllng -
[tory fees Case Judgment un their aswrted: eggs .. andBuilder's
and Comment. pass: .
tntains Counsellorat i Bachelor's Dream, tonight, l vtniciinniteurorunrnKf: ;: hospitality to strangers. There are :
over hand tins Ixt-n O''IM'rln..ntlnl-t on
at Law i new Daytona theater.j. your MihiHl-tlr.--. Call nml, talk It five church edifices for white peopleand
one Natural Talent. To Cut Glass. over with the \ulfiinl7cr. CottnjjeAvenue .
lings, withs The' teacher informs me that Mary Pass" a hemj'eu cord soaked In turpentine Htenin 1'lant. Third "season *. Supplies, an equal number for the: colored
j r. \V. Fulgham hats purchased or In I haytona.; fears of experience.HunlritN the town has an excellent .
Anderson Wombat has considerable Is desired .. Furnitureand population;
an outlay..... over the place where It of jitl .fle 1 is one: olle f"J n Practice la E. D. \V. Rose the Al'en-Kingstoi) dramatic talent. to rut the glass, light It and J Tires to fit all rlni-. high school. a splendid public
State and touring car which Mr. Rose brough "That's what. Why. that girl can'trecite sprinkle! the glass with cold water.wberoiiMn . library aad up-to-date bnsiness

buildings FederalCourts .' C' Booth with him last fall I the multiplication table without ; a !slight! pressure will suf- : w. s. MCGREGOR, Agent : UndertakingNew houses.

making the most elegant gestures. !I ti 't If' break[ : it sharply! : along the line : There number of pretty
I : SmyrnaTHE are any
Ion of about : first VULCANIZER
'WANTED-$4,000 on mort Washington Herald. follnwwl I IL; the ord. I
''led 1 country JteLASTD: FLA. ,' gage. Address X this office. 68-tf I I I : Cottage Ave. Repairs that HOLD : homes (for the permanent population I I
;. - which numbers close to 2,000. and ; I I1)R
r is fives j has been ..........................1 some fine winter residences. STATEMKI
River, on J j A cement walk just completed very ,
land of the WRIGHTINSURANCE l along the north side of Myrtl, r OCEAN I HOUSE There are good hotels and boarding i it

[lorida. i t. avenue from the Catholic churel THE DESPLAND HOTEL fM..HMH..HH.-( I houses where you can find accommodations i! NEW SMYRNA t I

iacts are t, property to Beach street. ALL HEALING : F. W. SAMS to meet your requirements. I
I'ir'i'Iii:' : r'itRates Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a IOI1N: T. HAMMOND
\t estimated AGENCY i For sale: at a bargam--Ten roon WILL HOLD A I section of vegetable land as can: be I'r..hl..nt

being overGrapes, __ .. house at t G21; So. Ridgewood lot 100 t'
front, 160 deep; Twenty of shsdi: 53.00 per Day divided into small farms which can Transacts ,
Floridain trees; all improvements, eectricf : < TENNIS TOURNAMENT : Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Some j i I
'trawbcrriesDeLand S ( 11.1 I HoM4<.ltt. !| 111 \\ > li-t I QI I IMo General
f lights, city water, e>c. Everythins 5 ,,. al.! Week of( the finest celery grown in the stateis

i plenty. 1 ; in good repair. Addrces box 00. 't1! I II II I 0 DAYTONA BEACH - FLORIDA : K\o: .II. nt lluiitlnv;; raised on this land. All other vegetables -I Banking

Iprovementstil OLDESTLARGEST I I Y I'mUi-ripi: : iM Iire''k rottiiomicl.ltint | i I and t' ..hlll, grow in abundance and here Business I r
1 roads, antic I Hotel Ormond foar-in-hand fou ..1 \III.: "ill liiliiu.." Th,.- for-. .. I'crCent.: Interest I c''
:Mniii> o-t-- I :NKsMYItNA: : : too is the home of the famous Indian 4
V "\ '|I"II"' I PutIn 1m"; >
lights .. seated wagonnette was in the cit} 0 HI|ia;illi\t M a in.:: tliml. ;: Fh: ,ctriral.ollS || : .Il.l."il\: | 'I
at is owned and BEST Wednesday afternoon with a part]. i I 0 Inl:,., -,ili-. suit<.lul..lo\\. Tr>.,'":.it"If.in.lit Tin'nt".- furrin otlln- > i I River oranges. :: =:: a.I i I tiFi

supplying t -of ten or a dozen guests of that has fn, _.,,,ui $_.. t-i- I -- ---- -- ,
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I cost 1 1nt telry. For the Guests of the Hotels and for the Cottagers, 11+1119 tlr ne..atl..o! eJ. '
]testify that - --- .. ... ..
commit For Florida r. 'Bargain, quick sale, :2's! : acres, (6 beginning ..........................
MethFARMS .i room cottage in city. Enquire Ed .
inns, i & Chas. Kenney \: i R. H. MCDONALD : Co. w \ I

f hem Catholics), PresGROVES, TIMBER or -1! xaondson, Seabreeze.Donnelly CS-tf or I I MONDAY, MARCH SIXTHMPLIMENTARY I: MEATS .*. The Joseph Zapf

and MethoTRUCK : I : JACKSONVILLE. FLA. : i,
: __
The Edmondsou; & Donnelly: ret] ENTRANCE .
: Florida and Western i
LAND estate agency has rented to-G. J and most reliable liquor : 1
fers a ten : Is justly called the largest
Hend for
Bargain Lundbury of Rockford. III., the E. D The Choicest Steaks and *
ding which Sheet to.; for :
Whitcomb residence; on South Pal Tournament for Ladies' Singles The Primest Roasts + : house in Florida. Sole
furnished Open .
the most THE COULD- metto avenue and Mr. Lundbury and Open Tournament for Ladies' Doubles : Celebrated Beer :
.family are occupying( : the same foi : T-l'<'i>hontMi4 what you want anti we : Anheuser-Bush
lipped Open Tournament for Mixed Doubles will fiiJ-itvor to -'e that you get It. *
pub'OOJ1fN CO : the balance of the season. :
' i Open Tournament for Men's Singles! : l I'hont*W.:' J : Special attention is called to thee
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KLANI, FLA, - - -
I in a little Friday afternoon[ from :C: to :5; o', -- -- -- I POULTRY .

clock, Mrs. A. H. Kling \\Il! serve Entries can be made by 'phone or note to The Despland Hotel or by per .
are many irll'' > linjourord"r the + :
+ Tin ryou
iity of the: THE tea at her residence on Magnolia avenue sonally entering names on lists at office. tutt.-r ihuno'u: hI\ of nttln;{ i Price lists will 1 be cheerfully! furnished. .

d leads to GORDONGARAGE to which for benefit all are of most St. cordially:Mary's\ choir in-,,, E ntries will close Friday Noon March 3. Cups will be given to winners.JI :. the choir+.-t. *.. .........................4.....4e4..................N

|s, a historic .......................... I
vited. 70-71-72: I -
s of> water I

es go;minute.south The ( 1t 11ftit 1 P

shell and DeLandHeadquarters

ance.>shell crossedby City lando can DeLand,road then five by Maxwell ing AutomobilesAGENT RunaboutsArthur Cars for FOR Tourm and'-, F Wh YouCoosidcr 1uruishiu the ouse Pi J'i

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RICK CO. (i. Ilnmtln
Royal P.liuiullnHAMLIN
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rompt Rhlp & a. II
1 IA.and Prlci : i ii

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petty lakes Attorneysand i Remember :

ie trees is Counsellorsort

of no at LawCassadaga
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,d is situ- : : : F '

Id at this / 1 f 9 .fC,1 Ii I how cheap can t .

jple lumber make .. .,. when figuring you t.. .

ke plant Helen.DBLA in FLA. .,. . ., '. For fhe comfort ; buy goods elsewhere that we place err ; w ; i i '

oE[ wife and I r

n around ClothingFurnishings mother. i the goods In your home ready to ,.. 5 I

handsome Shoes II

e town be the isto (f I'I I use. No freight no drayage, no ( . J JI

u attrac / I
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city 7, be considered. .1 1
to -
rida East ii r I breakage no mars .
ages and J
n is sur J Jge 1I

adapted /' An enjoyable evening A s you figure on building ,

rafts. DEL.uD, YWIU DA [for husband and -}_ ; .

......... .......t. [father.FURNITURE. -T.1 !I come and figure with us on the ,-

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r. N NN N/ON.NN N/NNi@N/l. INNONOONNi THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS- Peninsula-- Variety'r I* .........

Published every evening except fan-. If.--wit..s. .

day, from December 1 to April 1, by Store LL.l t'' H''
i Sweaters
= Z
i of all
i Automobile accessories kinds of i .
T. E. FITZGERALD Editor.C. Exceptional MewywitlngValue !

: : S. HARRIS, City Editor. Enamel Ware In I : lubricating oils on-the market. t: ..

a HARRY L. ROOD, Adv. Manager. :
Japanese China if' f .
CI:,.). F CROUCH. Superintendent WE REPAIR I .
: A very complete line of the famous. Schmidt Knit i .1 Laces .. L.
Entered as second class matter i
: Sweater Coats for men, women, misses and rill December 1, 1910. at the poatoffice, Ribbons i Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. Jh. 0. Greatly Enl

4r dren. A full line of Phoenix Mufflers. : I { :
at Daytona, Florida, under Act of Webster'sGreceryStorSeabreeze I Std
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March 3, 1879. Ave. ::1 r .
I ; Auto- .
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i Home of Hart. SchaEfner & Marx Clothes. i Complete Machine Shop :4: : :..*..1.+.........+...+.+.+....**...*.*...*......+...1;: 2 ,Ulnnl'.... .

I NNN...1N...1.1N.1N.N00/N0.N..101............ j Clarendon[I d 6 Garage Co.[ REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS BY : :.....

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.NN1.1NN1111111111111...111111/1........1....1... A COMPETENT MACHINIST. ,,71...N/01.1i101iNN..1... ..
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i Rail and River i 4 1 T:
By Phonrt'ail Manufacturers i

.....N............... .........t..........N.......4 : Erick, Lime and Cement .
.. .!..! .! ................... ... ............. Laths Shingles flooring, Ceiling in. Stock R .
-- .ft", -. a nd Yards: Kut ('Oll-t Rattan> stud urauj.-\ .
: .
ATLANTIC COAST LINE. I iltYriirrrr""tirriiritirrilrNi irrrriiiriiiNrlfNrir4f If "If . I II<-++1" II Ut: 'Phone 83. R. J- MALBY Manager. I

r +, .1.N1.10..1i/0/0/N.1.101..01..0.NO.0/NN0..N+1.. 0j
f } +. -----..;;:; All de
Best Service to the East | BY THE GOSSIPER. :| I I
Call not with scornful numbers 4- : selected frj
i, / Leave Jacksonville .......... ... 7JHla.ni.f : 'm.l.w.I.IJ.I.W.I!. .W.lm.mmm.I.w.lmn i Like "two-seven-O-rlng-three' !" *;* ; .
Palmetto Limited. f .o\rrl\.l"l'IannnHh........... . .ll iaa.iii. Snapped out In disdainful accents. :V: ; : help used
i i Aufu-.ta( ,, IS.all: A good roads convention, to whichall I : fWbt.th--.Ml
DAILY. Carrying& through Coaches, Charleston'.:.::.:':::::: :.:.:: 4.i7 4:; ia.in.p.iM.Klchmond p.m.:: county commissioners in the I, Would Pray,you be courteous like to sit to here me with! a...HI i with all th|

E1< Cars. Jacksonville to . .... \I.II\U.01. All day long to answer summons? *! finest Cheil
Dining ttItttttttrp ..... .. particular will be invited, i is to beheld :
.. .11.'j:; 11.111. : Wouldn't you wish that you were :J"::
Nnr York. :New.York.- .....150p.m.' in Jacksonville:! at the time of dead? 4. ::1II : SnmrnerConcedl

New York and Florida Special. Tally) Except ,",undll '. :So.SSave the automobile race meet in March When I say the line Is busy. + Use :.e.....
Description of this popular train de Luxe, I>- ltl..k"on\.IIIt" I.lit* p.m. and at that time the prospects and Honestly sometimes It Is + I
Hill train consist!* of Pullman lira wing Knvannah bdwpau.Room Why do you get eo Indignant +
tate Koom.Hltfplntf. 1'ininpand 11- Chnrlebton. 8.i.5 p.m. plans for a good hard-surface road When you hear the buzzer's whiz? :T: of spending your time sweating over a 1
brarJ'.obtltn'atton cars heated liy steam (Arrive" Richmond. .7.Jin: a.m. the full length of the East Coast will: And numbers-naturally ..I.17...I
quipped with the new high-! 1 c'wl brxkrsand \\II.bIDj.toU..1 ..5 n.m. wrong + hot stove these hot days trying to get I .
.sa brilliantly lighted 1 throughout liy electrlc- ?.. Baltimore.11..7 a.m. be discussed. This is the first definite Sometimes I am at a loss; 4. 1'1 .
tty apeciallights liHng. provided for each .. West Philadelphia.! ............ l.itlp.ut. step in the direction of establishing But. In fact. I give them mostlyTo + the family ironing done on time when .
New \ It.Kta +
berthcording perfect comfort In writing subscribers who are cross. I .
I d mr for reading at night.Honda ,, .Tth AIvrran.t1d: ..._ 3.51p.m.. this highway and should receive you can buy an .
Be polite: It will not hurt you. il r .
the loyal of all interested
Leave Jacksonville support
and West t Indian Limited. ( Arrive Havannah. l.iitp.m.! 't | Even though I'm In a box i .
It in the movement. I am human although bidden. .
Augusta 6.50 i
i DAILY. Carrying& Through Coaches, I 44 Charleston. 5.4Ap.m.: p.m.::: *** 4. And am sensitive to knocks. I!i I AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRON ..
Electri.Li ted Pullman Drawing Room Richmond! S.lOa.m. Bo polite; do unto others .
Ii :
Washington. 8.4da.m.: ::: If there is any person in Daytona
l .. ........... As you'd have them do to you. .
It Bleeping; Cars, Dining& Cars. Jacksonville Baltimore H'.C2a.NI who doubts that the organization of It's a good rule to observe and i I ii FOR S T
W. Phhult"lphllt..lt. .
l York. \ New York! ........ ...... IJdp.in p.m.to6'lew the new board of trade has not wen You'll get better service too. + II I ' ..
I + -Somerville JournaLt.fJtttl.t.II..I..t. +
Coast Line Florida Mail. (Rave Jacksonville ..""'ip.m. a good thing for the city, let that + f ..

Arrln.l'la\.lInnah......... .... ..I-ua a. person come down Beach street during .+ .
t DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches j "" Charleston... ...... .. .l.tt'i a.m. the evening and note the difference II White Helj
Ii .
I Richmond 1 h.uip.m. .
nd Electric htPd Drawing Room $375
W-ifehlngton .11.5"p.m. I in the lighting arrangements. Difficult Horseback Feat. : .
il pin&Cars.& Jacksonville to New York i iBtops 44.. Btlttmore. 1.9ta.nt: ::::. Thr Print'
at Meal i Htatlons. ( U". Philadelphia .... ::.tOa.m. or take a stroll through the riverfront There ore no better horsemen In the
Lcal Sleeper Jackonvlile to Savannah. 44 New' York............. .. 7.l'n.m.: parkage any warm, peasaut! afternoon world than the cavalry officers of the :. Palm Il.-u-h b

1 and note how much the new Italian army yet even among them .
Best Trains
t to the West. SarT
t there few who could
are very performthe
seats are used and how thorougly .
i feat ncliiely one of them. To These the Standard Irons and I .1011...
i I :So... os. they are enjoyed. These things are are Laundry are
12. No. :X
o. Soalta Atlantic Limited I 3!anti &I! Montgomery Route ;,.ltntll.;) run an ordinary foot race I Is ea'y
; only forerunners of what the new .
i sale
I enough! but to run at full !speed for I by
I I civic organization will do in the fu ...
I.UilPm I.V.... Juck..on\'U1t" .Ar 5,45 H5 r.\'. .. several hundred in 01 100yy
yard holding
pill I pmI Jacksotlv-IIl..Ar 7.:sam ; one .
1 C.aDt Ar...... Atlllnt".. .. l.v'lu.55ptu: ; I Haggai"' I ',r Montgouery; !: ..1.\' tt'pm ture. I on'wbkh
..... . hnnd a spoon rests an eju; .
8..0 Ar. .l.tulvlllr.LsUoam" !
pm J.llIfJlII Ar. Rtrwtngham..Lv :I.$" ... .
IJJ6am Ar..Indlanaptdls..Lv, 4.1111111I I .. .. .. pill : > : I Iand to reach! (the without .
.441.111 Ar 1I..11\1I1t" 1\ tI.1I111! I goal dropping
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8.5 1.10alll pm Ar.Ar..hlcugo..J.\. .. .('hlt'inulttl... ..I.,,; vt'pu"'t.tatxm, ,I .Liaani. 1I11111. .Ar.\r..l'lt.l.ollt.. ... t\'IIII"'III": ..........1.1.\,. :I'"IUII i.tetum. From present indications: the last the egg is a feat which must l.e l prac I The Schantz Electric, Ice :I' :

i I, II.iH: IIIU I Ar.... ..(.hlt.uj.u.......1.,., 6.::!ttpm I week in March will be the big; time tired carefully n long time U.fore it ..
I of the season in Etst: Coast terri- can be performed successfully, and asa .

ito. w. 'I Dixie flyer Route No. 145;. No i'1! Seminole Limited i No. Aii I. tory. Not to be outdone by Daytona result there nre not many who can and Water Co. .. a

i -I I II and Jacksonville in furnishing finertainment be sure of accomplishing -whenever .

t 1lxbpm 'In.. ...Jatksonvllle..tr 'il11I1II "" I ., .. ..JIlt"kooon\'IIIt". ..Ar! .IL'i1l1ll and attractions to visitors I they try. Great therefore, was tin- 9999999999999999099999999999999999999999999999999999 ..
10.16pm Ar..51'aero.l.v 5..11111111 "' .. ..... I
1a,45 pm Ar. \Vatyero s l.v 5.a'uutI surprise when an Italian officer mounted .
I I, 7itam Ar...... Atlanta ...I., H.44lfJlII :!.'IIIIIII Ar.Alhany.I ... Inv 1.j!;)ant I at that time St. Augustine has now .
&/b pmAr..Evunevllle.: inv fI'I.)8111' I.i1ant! : Ar..Rirnttugltaul.. 1.\', making' on horseback erformed this difficult .
jumped into the and Is
4.44lfJlI1 I
{ s.4sam Ar..1'hicugo..l.v: \1':11111111, 7.i 5 aiii ''Ar ..... 'hlt'II/oo/ ... ...Inv '.UI pml game feat.Iorro'er.: he selected II .
7.20 am Ar......It.l.outa. .. .. 1.\ "j5 put C.\IKIIIAr..l'lt., Lout,. .. .. J.\.1l.ytpnl: preparations of aviation exhibition; course: in which there were two or ___.. .te999999999999999999999999999993009999999999Southern i

to be given at the Ancient City at I three high fences, and these he cleared ..
For Rates, Pullman Reservations, and Information Call '
on or Write x .
the same time. With aviation attractions at full gallop without losing the 1
.A. W. FR1TOT. Division Pass. At. W. D. STARK Traveling Pass Ail. in Daytona and St. Au 'I Railway 0.

438 WEST BAY STREET - - - 0 .
- JACKSONVILLE FLA. tine and automobile: races at us'l: Unaffected.Miss .

:1w"w..........N...........................................1 sonville traction on there the will upper be East plenty Const of at truthfully: FiKjitz sptuk;-Of of course her as no pretty.one could 'I NORTH, EAST AND WEST ...

i STEAMERCherokee I the close of the regular season. Mr.I Lovett-Well-er-i.rhups not ../0101.10 I

Tomoka 1 River i *** I but she has such a quiet unaffected :1 4 == Fast Vestibule Trains Daily ==4

1 The observance of Washington's manner. .
Miss Speitz-Yes. but it has taken her : .
tUhIfl a
: FOR : Birthday Wednesday was not as general FROM .
several years to acquire} It. .
in this city as has usually been .

: DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. t I the case. While many of the store I I JACKSONVILL"The .
were closed for at least a part of the Feb. 23 In American History. oIS

.: The largest; fastest and only boat stopping at the .1 day many others d'.t: not close .at all i 1S7Q-Anson nurlin all1l'. diplomatist .
I Florida 7:40
and very few of the business: places who negotiated; : the Hurlinpame Special" : a. m. .
: upper cabin. I .
: ,' were decorated or displayed i even a';i treaty with China died: burn 1S"JO.Iturlinpame ,' | :"The: Southern's Southeastern Limited" - 9:00: a. .

.1 i i 11 la::, iu fact most of the flage to be ; : had t been l ip| : First-class Lunch and Souvenir Stands : ambassador to China by Lincoln ] "The Florida Limited" 8:05: p. .
at the Cabin. J st'fii were at private houses, and the'j i m'l .
ID\4-The\ canal treaty with the republic
t 1' N.. ................1...............................: !ignition nior.exiJtnt of the elW&1.S much,'L of Panama ratinVd by the United i 1 "The Atlanta-Jacksonville Special" S:50: p. 0N.
I t, -- -- on Ilidgewood! avenue States.
t.nt t !: lU-uc-Ii street at least in this [!! '- -
Both Alike One Way.
"I shall wed money" said .\. Steamers U.SA. i 1"> .-]I"',-t. And speaking tJt" thus :aattei I ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. i Pullman to--A:: il1nafi.1 .. M1Palmetto ]

"And I shall marry Mood," said B. <.t: tie.! oration! recalls a rect-nt coat-i j' (From noon today: to U"pai tomorrow i Drawing Room Sleeping Cars Ashville, 1 .

"You will find It the same in your \ ,, -1:1; : with a semi-resident in Sun sets 5:41. rises ti..W:; :; IU,H'M ries I Chicago, Cleveland. Colorado Springs, Detroit, Louisville and New York.SOUTHERN' .

dally 1in- ." saUl C. AND Constitution : \\ h dl the suggestion wis ad\anced 4:17 a. ui.; tiioun farthest south and : I :.
"How tluetttA.. i'lu R. t hit itouM: be a good thing: for I IJay% Inu-P'Ot. .
")Ionl'; talks. you know. grinner l 0/...1./01
1 i iI
toll a to greet the tourist travel with RAILWAY DINING CARS
t CLand{,UK d will tell."-Toledo Blade.: are now running between i
I :a il play cf) flags and bunting not

''I =og = DAYTONA and MUM I fly fur one day but throughout Fifty Years Ago Today. 51.1...1.I
(ro .ocu the season. This holiday attire S
PALM BEACH Ii i-ouplfd with the attraction of dailyfoii'ertx Feb. 23. I City Ticket i Office, 108 West Bay Street. Jacksonville Florida I ..
I The Attractive Way I .
by a good band would give Lincoln arrival In Washington: I\.t. MKKK.. K.h| :MT., .
Leaving Daytona Saturdays and the city a festive a.pearance; that at ti a. Ill.t'4' of his ni;:ht A.I..1'. A., \tlanta.: | ,. I'. 1..Ja| k-'i.Ml-! Kla.9999999Q99999999999999999999999999939999999999t99 ..
Tuesdays at 8:00 should prove not only attractive to trip was \vlrfl over the country J r SituatedOcean.
North and West : a. m. It hJ
I bound South. the visitors but inspiring to the residents causing; intense exeltenlt'utFalse
are large air
as well. This feature of decoration reports of assassination : adnu//
South Atlantic Limited is said to be carried out in and kidnaping were circulated. on applicatij
I and Tuesdays at 9:00: m. other The special president I trainproceeded
resort place It would add a r---------, 51
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bound North. 015
a .
i lIarrbl.llrJ.'Ia
it Learet Jacksonville 8:15 brightness and gaiety to the natural
pm. I'nnl't'(it"orjl" IlIt'I kI charm of York and Baltimore to Washington I --
Daytona that should
A solid through train daily tendto

For Cincinnati & Louisville I REPUBLICwill lengthen the stay of visitors in iiiet in the as cities scheduled along: and the route wa* oAN 5/./0101.1 I
0 city and the cost would be comparatively I I II
I by expectant crowds. The fact
O Through electric lighted sleepers run t..-tw.'nDAYTONA I small. I LENGTH 150 FEET-281
To Indianapolis & Grand Rapids ,I I that IJncoln did not respond to : THE
AND calls deepened the mystery in r

ST. AUGUSTINE WHEAT MARKET LOWER; view of conflicUns: reports as to I With excellent accommodations and service lighted byelectricity I : Fresh milk, vj

PROVISIONS ARE DOWN. his wherealK>uts. .
Dixie Flyer Burly in Fo-t.ruar and capacity for sixty cabin passengers .

0 -- CMK'AfiO. Feb. 23-Wheat was Twenty-five Years Ago Today. : i is now being operated betweenDAYTONA I II ..
o Leaves Jacksonville 8:25 pm. ".-s} to 7-8 lower on outside selling
A solid through train daily McCOY BROTHERS and weak cables. Pro'isionsH'rt..' a Prince Jl'rtmenpClIl't1n: d'loa s.t.1.1.1eONNN 1 1Americio
Toni' issued in Paris! a spirited( I
. I :shade lower,- May pork being
For Chicago quotedat
II protest against the threatened I and
Seminole Limited II $17.70 lard at $l l35 and rill at expulsion of the Bonaparte I -+
o $:I..".:!:. Cattle was slow I at ten lower from France. :
1 princes I
Jl Montgomery Route (n j SOLID TRAIN ,and hogs weak at five lower. I PALM BEACH ..

; Electric Lighted Throughout.o, II. I1 ..
II =
Learn Jacksonville 8il6 pm. I -1 .

sleeper daily ,IplS pgitaoPO I 0.
Drawing room
,, U I F. E. C. TIME I TABLE j jI I Phs
H For Evansville l & St. Louis 0O .
i I IN l EFFECT JAMAkV. ion .
iI I z and Intermediate Points through the Picturesque Halifax: .

Dining Cars on all trains i ".."TII JOrItF.A.. : Ir'K\o \.-KIII K,'rxt>-ItK \it T'r : and Indian River Route. i :....MN
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For full particulars address :17 ,' 7 I lilt i3 !, IM tu :$4 ._ ...... :1... Leave Daytcna Thursdays .. 8:00: a. m. I

E 1 II T. B. WALKER. Fla. Pass. Agent CHICAGO ST. LOUIS i Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8:00: a. m.I .
0 I .! t 4t, I:!:! I t.i':; . ,. .1 ii :::.. Ja.I......, ilk 7. ," 7, :..1t :; :r' I "s I' .. .- II CJIII I i :e.........
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O AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. IC I: -.ha \ 4p; :" :..,, i:;: :a'p :>!", Orm,)nJ :::!. :':.r II .1 '. I''" I I AND STATEROOMS .
Louisville&NashvilleRailroad pl.| .. t I ,.n t''i>n't!i | .!: i !SIIllX .'p-( 1.5 1:: ;: t, .:.. :;..p,, 4 lap' I 1- top 1 I" | 1I.ton.J .'.:. .. it':;1 I t .'; e !9 :;::., I I .
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.. NT. 102 bEACH ST.. I
P.!t. I "'UI 7::"t :l. III. DAY Ii TON .
o For >!l. \I.MIJ: .' 'I' >r *. i\.it ..II- stud r.n-! i A H.
;' o 118 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE QIL road tK-K-'t: iiililrii. -- This schedule is published as a matter of news to. readers of |I I OPERATED BY THE GULF COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY .
t.YfWEI.L. the Daily News and not as an i I
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t tfJ ( I sion include: Mrs F H Morf.s: : Washington


f NEWS OF THE HOTELSMrs. Cleveland, Ohio; :Morris: R Ken, wife .
|s. The best kinds t .. and : ." SEABREEZE :
of j child Reading. Pa; G S Phl'lir. ,
t. Florida I .
market i wife and child, Pittsburg, Pa; :'Ill"I : JW FLORIDA .

S 1NOWD ijl C G Lee and childenlrs:\ C II Staples ; '
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OPEN -ti.i--: !
f J Ji Ji Asheville X C. '- ( Absolutely
Chas. K. Dave: ; has arrived : Ir..R.lrrxi it. y :

IRin i- j L. M. WAITE Owner and Manager. t I here from Chicago and joined her *Vote for The finest lab) at th : : Fireproof J _
husband at the Desplacd. Mr L av.b '
i Carnaal.; 7-::-:Jt;
condition. i ii has been here for .
any some time.
1 Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all : 'r t tBooking :
--- Among the late arnva's ct: the owen :
Sides. Rooms Ensnite. Steam Heat. Every Modern : *V.st: : the have .
Gypsy tent and
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.4.4COMPANY Bennett" are noted the following! : Mi r* .
i Convenience. Send for Booklet. : yoar: fortune ::o'.d. T2-Ct:: _
SielU Alkire! lkirf1 :
", Miss Jewel \ rs : Offices:

CONCERTS DAILY. Eliza Skiles Springfield.: : m.1 1i 1iiaty .-- I'S. Seabreeze. Florida E. L. POTTER, President .

rarage. 'i. : i I Ir E. D. Langworthy: proprietor of McCoials, Rowes Point X \, : .. Hotel Blackstone. Chicago :

/ f f Bummer Address. : ATLANTIC HOfSK. Xarrur n<- tt Pi. r. !:hoo" I-land. the K.dgewood hotel, was a Jack Mr and Mrs A V Ben> Mi-s ben 1180 Broadway, New York W. S. KENNEY Manager .

.o...............J.i i :.............t+M...................................: 1 1t :;on'illf'isC'tor; Tuesday and Wednesday sen Albay, X Y, Mr and on. :Mrs! .J I \\. .......................................................
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.-.0................ "; t in company vstih his wife. Hutchins Hampton, 1..1. Mr and Mrs ....e ............a..a. -
r ......'N.NN............N.................. Chas T Thomas M's: Thomas, Ms::
t' : r;; ''"A Bachecr's Dream," tonight, R L G Thomas, Whitford, Pa.1 il's Sarato Inn Located in !

,. THE RIDGEWOODE. i new Daytona theater.: Baker. PhiJade'phia.! Pa, :Mrs\ L DHalsted. I S a Spot on the o..I

: Birmingham :Mich Mrs C JOHN J. McGUIRE
(ESS LUMBER i Recent arrivals at tie Despland
W Passage! Greenville, Much.
include George M Brown and wife. T1TE INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or Ea Suite with Bath. No better in
ne and Cemeit Stock D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor.
: r.' I Atlanta Mrs A J Phartt, Jacksonville Florida. Table of the best of everything ia season Terms as reasonable as
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and I
Orange( Av 0ld Love Le:trs. new Daytona I
J. 1: Mrs Chas K Darts, Mrs Louis the service will permit given on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No 112 5
MALBY Manager. ; NOW OPEN. theater tcnight. 5
; : Hymann, Chka o. .S...00._S......_.._ _...N.
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The guests of Schmidt's hotel
- --_- : I All departments will be managed by white Northern help, i Come early and avoid the rush- were entertained Tuesday evening by ...................""..............................
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"Vaudeville. Reservedseats
.. Friday: night jN..x
i ; selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white : T. Asai of Japan who sang a number : THE BENNETTDAMON :
at Hankins' drug store. T::vJt;>
I. f i ; help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : of songs and by one of the : .\.. l-'I.OKIDA. :

:guests;, Frederick Bechti-1 who '. ',. _. ,...
up.n|> ,1' Hunt ii-t.n mill' ;r The lltifiin; iiiin.i "II" lit i 1 II. ,111<1 .
I.I j i with all the delicacies of the_season, cooked and served by the : Among [have WLO hive recently arrived played the :accompaniment: 0:1: the S I 1. \ Nis.... iliprI..| : Tiitv? ol.I KO.K". ii. 'I I h., |h. i'.,. tt l- HIM. s' :.-" m.v' v (I.."t"'II.ar.. t rh., t
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I .- : at the Rtfxewood: are C M I 10 .dlll' .11'; -1'" ', !tit. tal. \\ h|;" ''I', '''' a.tn/wlviihull| I < 11,1 I ""'"' ii.Iui'p11 .
piano. Mr. Bechtel it promin..ntpbro , .. .. .. ., ,,,. .
,. Chefs and Waitresses obtainable, : > a ':t |'''' I. oJ I d! a uah.u l II I :iV'.l-ilJtil.'Iud.l ; l. ItiIL'! "0 l: l\ 1'"" I 1"11' .
finest Ness E Nets A . .. .
G New York, Mrs _
manufacturer of Pittbburg: 111- -OHMM:: tint.Ixl i i i I1.i if 'i .ulhr' UK'null( !" i 'I'll( i i: I

1 ,, i Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. G Diehl Mrs Grace Rendies and chi: and w.h: hi. wife, is spending his : Summer Resort The Oceanside and Cottages Marblehead lHassac6usetts. :

: dren. Miss Edith Drake, Cincinnati: tN.e.....N.................................NNNS..
I :j :.................................................... third season at Schmidt's. H- is
I E:: \ Cass and wife Cle e'and.
i not only a piano manufacturer bitis ..................................................... I
time sweating --- i a musician of more than ordinary:
over -
a h 1111.1..1011111.110ISISIOIO..ISIOI1.ISIOISISISSISIOISISO Carm\al Saturday afternoon: aid ability and frequently entertains theguests I i I
days trying to get .. evening. 73t:: THE PROSPECT i 1
i of the hotel with piano ve-
done on time when t } THE PRINCE GEORGE : l lections. At the entertainment. _
1f 1- Recent arrivals at the Saratoga Inn I 109 South Ridgewood Ave. I

1j j r : DAYTONA FLORIDA : include: C. H. Little Xew Yok: ; D P Tuesday evening Mr. Asai sang in 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-oftice. ; .
German a song which was transLated !. Steam Heat. : '
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4 a McQueen. Saratoga Springs 5. ;
[RICIRON .; r 0: Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors H Madden Glens Falls X Y; A J from the English by :MrBejht l i land r P. J. DOYLE Proprietor. I ''i' i iI

: ; : : Quackenbusb, Schenectady, X Y; Mrs learned by :Mr. Asai during the .....................................................
Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. afternoon. I
Xed Mitchell, Jacksonville.
Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. : .......+................ ....+...*....................
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Come to the Vaudeville and Carnival I
'" Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : "Old Love Letters," new Daytona I JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
: and help swell the Island Park HOTEL SENECA : I
theater tonight. l llllNKK: I'l' \ 11.I \ \ l> i.t K\ sThi.
Steam Heat Throughout.
I. fund. 72-31: .
; White Help in Dinind Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st : ENTIRELY NEW. '
: Recent arrivals at the City Hotel I
: .1 .. are \VV Peinble.V I' Wilkinson' The management of the Gables hotel : Albert Bennett Proprietor C. R. Bennett Manager : I IA
I Phr1. the In .l',, tona P.1.Ati'ustfu." nil
The Prince Grorga only Inndlnc > roil| :gave the guests of that house< a
Palm IJt-uch boats.! I'M rt leu In rs! with. plt-aMir \V Newell Xew York City, It T Bail : Nn.. I".H:o .. to,1'' Nu" .. I'M 01.1| I' H""IIII1! \\':Ili I r. M. Mill III ,III 1 .Itd, i 1'h.n., ,! II :
: pleasant surprise: Wtdntsday exen
: !it'y, Columbia, S C, R I) MunckGreenville. -. ':,,<111I. \\ i lull, ....stir.. Thr"urhi'ui. .,/I.J1 Mr. Foster *
ing, in a neat recognition of the day : (
: Same Management as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N. J. : I S C, W E Johnson. W \Vleaking as the anniversary of the birth ot .....................................................
S J M Holmes, .Atlanta Ga.
Irons and are I. S I / 11.I I.IS OSISISISIISI..SISI.ISI Washington. When the doors f'f> th- .....................................................
.I..I John-On large dining; room we.e thrown open( .
; t H H. "ANWILLER.[ Proprietor I
.1...I.I.........................ISISISISISISISISISUS. i i\ille, Ky, E M Freidlander! Milwaukee a very attractive sight was prn..ut- NEW SEASIDE INN DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA! :
ed xxhich tailed forth a epontan- -
Wis. E French Hartford : This new and select 'laniilv!: hotel lias lust been enlarged and relunlhcd: :
I burst of applause:: from the< cloud (Ifgueit.s
sctric 1 Ice I : THE NEW GABLES : Conn Rev J M Curley.: Del-ind. : entering for the evening nieilThe (for the season 1910-11 to meet the rtquircnitnts oi its urowiii": patrouane .

tables Furnace Heat Hot and. Cold: Baths Electric and Gas Lights Call Bells :
; :1 *Come to the Vaudeville: and Car- room and had been prettily : -
: : Rates 52.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application :
decorated in rd. white arid J blieand
1i Fla. nual and swell the Island! Park
Daytona help
-.IUIIM", I \.1.I,'" '".11.0'1'1'.1 I! > ( I I I K II K\: 11.IF.It.'v..n: <<.n.\ N..I.I .
Co. : K '}." : tund. .::!.3t . I in the center of each table xx.i; > .
-I :. t 'k .A. NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY a miniature cherry tree, from the ........................................ ..............
,. EVERY MOD- : .
: .. 9" LOCATED. -- ---
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................ CONVENIENCE AND .V number of the at branches of which hung bright .
large; guest; NN....S S.. .... .NN NN tN. NN NN. .... .N N
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199999999999999999* :. { Steam "Heat Throughout :- euchre thoroughly party enjoytd in the parlors a progressive Wednesday while portion a souvenir of cream flag cake surmountedeach nerved: nTh Ivy I Lane nn" :

aj a desert. .
1 exening. The two fit"t>t prizes
: # S. H. MOSELEY. : acre won by Miss, Flora Schneider of I __ A High Grade House catering to the most particular people. Central location. : I -

: ilway : i Proprietor. : Philadelphia and .Mrs. E. C. Thomas I HOTEL CLARENDON.Hotel i $3.00 and $4.00 per day-$17.50 and higher per week. i
Clarendon's lattfet; amxa'sare :
I : Th. \rllnuton.Tliousiind..land( : of Chicago the two second pmtb ss
: S. 1'nrW, N. Y.: during .uininr of were won by Mrs. Kupperle of St. Mr and Mrs Chas Kruse. Cincinnati Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor j

| WESTns .. 1\11.\ I i .. Louis and Mrs. S. R. Wolfe ol I Mr and Mrs J B Lessig Pots-; ........N......N..S...S.......N..S...........S.NN .

. . ...I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.1.I.I.1I. town. Pa, Mr and Mrs W D henry --- -- .
ISI.I.ISI ISI I ISI I iSr Brooklyn and the lone hand prut-i I'LttsburgSa mile I Leopold. Philade'-: ....0..............................................
----- was won by Mrs. C. II. Wood ofBtoton.
Daily _4IlLLE | phia Richard Randolph Ilirminu. I
......rSUSIII.IISI. .I.ISIS..ISI.ISIISI.ISOISI.I.ISIj who won in the cut otter i ham, Frank E Seagraxe Proxuleixe, THE SEVILLE E. H. PURDY. Pro 1 I ,
Daytona I
JL'e. M. G. Itodier of Xew York. I
I Walter F .Angell Providence, Chas !
THE HAMILTON : :Miss Schneider and Mrs. Kujperleweie !1 II Vila, New York, Mr: and Irs W GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON. i I
playing gentlemen's parts.:
II I I) Frisbie, :Miss Ruth Friibre. Camden Surrounded bv Spacious! Grounds, in the most delightful part ol the City I

: New and First Class e [I X J, J II B Timanns. Philad. 1I 1phia I I.I II I. i The quests receive the best the markets afford in the diuiujj, : room and every

0 Carnixal Saturday afternoon and I I Mr and Mrs Stoddard tare 'I.... comtort: and convenience: : that a well regulated hotel can: otter: to the public:
7::40 a. m. .
exening. 7:: :;t | 99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999The
- Sf s Stoddai\J. :Missoula; Ill. _._
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:'d" 9:00: a. m. i 1
i Steam Heat. Electric Lights Electric Bells : i 11'ahiniton'Ir: ammer>3iyxa.>, c-I:. 1 SAW ITS STRONG POINT. ..r.I.I.1.ISRSISU0r.s.rSISISI.I.Ier.I.I .I.1.I.r.1.II. f rtf 1
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p. : :
U !>. .Itt'd at tilt' Magnolia: with a Uii : Cleveland 1 1 iAti'1l :NA 1-1\ l ndrl:I ti lIIal.I I'- i
8:50 Elegant Rooms, >\ith ithout Baths : : c'i'' lrnIell! '. !, II. d! .r.I tehtc! :
: m. : ( :
p. I Ila. I'r i :i|'i>rx>i>riatv to the day. The ii Story of Harnrran's First Purchase ofa .
.'..; '(Miii w.idvvorated J :in i 1".1'-i Railroad. ..1.I': "_ ", ':,.,..."l.d. II':,.! 1 d.'I' \\ J. SJ.\'P' SCN. i'roP.AUSTIN : I IIe1

S '!' > 1..1'> < l l' G: .-orRe Wa-.li.. : :: II' .. .: One ciorni'iu,: i" 'IL.. earl eiuli; '': ;' > :

I MRS. i.ABBETTE, Proprietor : ,. .. urn! there, west- dry| .. <- Ilarriuian: \\I\.1: :'! ire.! > l:.. "tH"I .I..I'I..B.I.aOB.s.I.J.> tcronal.1.1.I.. i trtt
A\hvillc:, Cincinnati ..
''i ,< !'t.(' i', ;iurti.: LO.IK ad' an.t i without aux 1'1'!-.-\ i'"'i- \>aiuiun .Ii
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+N..?OOi.i.f ...NNYthtr ttl a" i
)ul..nlh: and New York. : : :,... ;! '!iue, \Va.iiueio., .. ," -, nouiicvd the lute tune of lu" first i.i ; ;
Palmetto Avenue
I d i.;; ;1',1| l file tables, whhh'rt" "'neied road."Where'd. I i ii I 7r
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you get the in''ii'-.\ !fur it .
ISIISISSIISISISUSISISI : bytt: t'S of the bees nlul( : *-.I-! -
IIN'G i Ii .101.1.I.1.110I.r.ISIS.I0I.t ISI. asked his purtuent.tbiud( .
CARS I low jcssaiinne. The iiaptuio a''rt" o.K'luil OVERLOOK I INC; THE HALIFAX DA'tTONA, FLORIDA i
--. ----- -- "Xcn ; I sot it, saM" Ilirnmail. : i : fi I
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; pattern and small silk! dugsa

. i ......................I.I.1SISSISIISISISISI.US/SISISI-. I Ij ..!itplaced at each plate: HIV Tlie. road was the! States flay rind G W. SWAN. l'rq'lld.,1' ,!)

: im-uu cards were hatchet shaped), uiidiruif : Southern! running: fivm lake Ontarioto i Electric Lights aid Call Bells Steam Heat. Hol and Culd Mater I
(Jacksonville, Florida : HOTEL
the following menu: ro.omal. Manley, N. l. It was tliirtx't"iir 9999999999999999999999999999999999999999iTHE .... f I r= 1 1o
I : M.up. Revolutionary I't'lh."lr: ;:ma ;| miles loii;; and owned two -ril'I.It.| | } !I... 1,1;
t. li. I'KTTIT.: : Florida
Schmidt, Daytona
I 1', I'. .\.. Jark!.onvlllr. Klu.99999999999999. Henry Proprietor l'll I pie, general vegetable. }ll. Vr. vvmotix. two |asMnjjer earn and sets |
i : Situated on the bank of the Halifax River :[one mile from Atlantic : iH>n hoe caktv cherry custard Lady en frdl1tJrs.. .SS..S 9+91999999999999Q999999999999999999999999999MRS. i '
\ ( Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single, en suite or with bath Sleeping rooms "It i ixu't' real good streak of. '
even a ;
are large, airy and nearly all have sunny exposure. The cuisine and serS tiVashiugton cake, untaxed: tea. l pan! rust" !said' a man who looked oxer ittvI' i PINES ( L>. J. L'\1: 1I GS.1 ,i;

: vice is admirable. Rates, $3.00 per day and up. Special rates (for families : t.itioii tolfeThe guests marched Llui.Ilnrriin.tu. Proprietress. ;
: on application. : :onto the dining room and standing pulle out bra map. He An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct t

.i.iON5. .IS1SI1.I.I.I.1.IOI I.IS.r.r...5.ISI.ISISIS.ISIISISI. around the tables kd by Mrs. I links, was studying railroad! maps even then I supervision of the proprietress. I 1 1I

S.WAN the ho.steMbang Amenta with mm h "It's got the bent harl..>r on the i ilake.
enthusiasm The colored: waiter ." he Kii l "The 1' un,.>lxanii 338 South Ridgewood Avenue, DAYTONA FLORIDA j , 4'''

then teak the the it." I Same ma,latjtiDtnt, as the tick Magnolia, , A-.hurv Pai k N J 9 ti.c
refrain in
. . . . up and road; ha- pit to buy
0101.......IOIOI.I01.1010III.I I I ISUSI I I I I I IS '; i
I (lft. Ult.'llow'oi<'t's peculiar to the He "started: to build, n Us:; grain;: eKator 99.99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999The

: THE MAGNOLIA 113JSoutbRi{ ; < Aveoue. : race. sai.g Don't Let the old Flai; \' :ami to Improxe the track. A few

: LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. : Trail Filty-four guest, wereeix.d! month- later he dNnpi-eareil!< from his .
office for 1ot.\ T:11 l days and returned. 1
lervice, lighted by : Fresh milk vegetables and fruit oa the place. Furnace(1ieat.( RATES: 52.CO per : and the dinner hour was made the with a cheek for ZIJUI.! He bad Willmer The OSBORNE
I occasion of social I visiting, jest :and!
1m passengers : day and up; $12.00 per week and up. : ;| nold his road to the Pennsylvania rail .
II rt'partfot"ftt'r dinner Mrs. Hnk.sreieixed : ,; road. \\ i Hit:! .\N< II f"< | A.. OSBORNE Prop. '

een II I :. MRS. CELESTE HINKS Proprietress. :. congratulatioj e of the>e "They had to Lave It," be quid. Comtortable: 1 RoomsLxcelleut RoomUuly Modern COI1VCUleU 'cs ,

. present on the perfect' Ul't'e"s ot t it I sbmred to Table SD.. 7Sc. and 1.00 per day .:It
IJ OIOI.ISI.rSI.I.I010I.I.ISISISISr.I./SISISISISI i "They saw as soon a '
her! Wa h:ngtcn Birthday d'YI";t :; them." Rates Moderate 52.50 to Sb.00 per week" a
I Steam Heated Room I 11 Orange Ae ''
land ---- "But: I !saw it first!: ," he added! M' >'- 31Z>> S o. Palmetto'Ave Daytona t fl a. + 1".I ;

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CH THE IMPROVED ..................................................... .I -j
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CITY ---------------- '
I s : The HARLAN, THE PI ES L 3 k e Helen 1 FI 3. : S i ;ttii
f Aaericiu Plan DAYTONA. New Ownership and Management J : :' : 'i: : .. "tS :: :\ :: ;:: ', I : :
Always open I : ,
I 200 ROCKLEDGE. FLORIDA : //Y\/i\fii/ \ ; ;i : :
I .
[cturesque Halifax !. Renovated!\Management and Enlarged H. C. F. DORM.NN GoodJService.} +"* I ::' ,: -' ,,' .: i iI i :: :, ; : ; J S i

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NN..N NN..........N....NN O.............O. I M.N l :' u'i". I tr.,:111. .I."I" I'I f.\t: i i.I'-\I: ; ." : !' \ \ : '"kMr; I Foster t ti ir. and Mrs. Ro feral Abrams, Props. : E V

8:00: a. m. I -- : .J"II'.r1\i.J'( U -.." -:,r M. i i r"-'.!t. '," ? t I ..- ". i i11 ..................................................... ; : (

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i :4..............iN. .........Ne...............S..... >soo..s.o5t zaa-s, aeagales0lea.odlS.4S1.iw.StNil. ', I Ii

!. THE PALMETTOs j i HOTEL INDIAN RIVER i rl I I ] .: ( ) I 1.y 1)J YT( ). . FI.OIIH t i iZ i li!

.rl I Well FLORIDA J JOverlooking ROCKLEDGE. FLORIDA. HJ-C! I hd.an. Rver Co Prop i- ..
Known and Popular Z I 111\I \1:1) 'I -'I'll"' I. i i
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the Beautiful Halifax Ruer. I. ; ;
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A Homelike and Ccmuortablc Hou-. t tCla-.i_ III all.l\"r-h.: : : 9 ' 'I., Per:. ..r -..: ,'., N . ,: . .. ..' ..,'. 4\\l'tl '11'1'/! I n K Ht HI.. '...''I',,t I II. .
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IKTATION I COMPANY \\AILR for bra: :M ;: "-- l.-r! : : .11.1.: : J. 1.:5 S !lOt. i
i C. O. CHAMBERLLN. Proprietor ..r.rNHS !' "Si' ,f1'.1S.xlot'ril: t .- ,in ,I istt'i.tnt-ii.! I 'I.I.: I.-.1],,. \ .,,- ".. 'r..a.. -'. t .t 55I1! t:' 1111:1111111.1.1'111': i i 1'' 1.1: '..IHUIII..I..I.I '. 1.p +

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f Here Is a pong to the girl\* I1 :':. ?i. .. She promls.1 him that aheM obey I
/ .: ... !. j In the good old days or yore
.j.J ,
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: He pi.il: l the pars.m's s- + MAKING THE BEST -
U'f . !i To Polly and Molly and Polly and Sue- .
: .:., .. . i Here Is a song to th" girls I Icnen! I, Cut ail 'I! it >he obojs toilav I \.-\ H :5 miles I
.A m\ .;.. ./ : ; Are fashion's stern '! <'r?"*. To make the most of a'l' the d'll! ., Do
ij<. : l! f14 i But I'm still heart frand It's slmpljj ? hof I lit Y ton"
II II II I!!, .,lQN A EkJ.F II due Detroit Free PTPSSVhen I ** > west I"
of dua th-
.. :;" \ .;: :( j I I To the fact that I can't w 'il four hours to make the very best : il f'h'on| Halifax ryt.tStrt atDa

-: :i Here Is a song to the girls I knew i \ In l';;,:rc the tire folonel Mi-. I people to like a poor jest be tar:: I : ;:1'' location Bel
.M of Fire! S
the days
--- |, In good Calraoiit fixiuht: tueNewruarke; >!:>'ISM: : 1 than the threadbare I i permit:
New York Time! I none, to wear "
of f'amhri.l. =.-shrt'! th.' s-Mirria-r; ; .'rtt''rnits : i- i: Ilnal.ltnd I
: and DAYTONA I' I of that famous: home of: ruin: :? coat like a gentleman, to be outvoted I t s-initutlon: ; TOOrmond
SEABREEZE enterprising andprogressive DAYTONA r.rym1l-\llIl 1 : how would, rots like : wth smile face, t> h ,ovation Is ,uI I I T(1N.\
CHAS. F.BUR I ? were nrrioni: ilk firmest Mijcn.terH.Indeed : a en your 11
towns on the Halifax to IH a minister ulieu you grow; up i I ::1 and Ideal for
OMAN Peninsula, are geographicallyone BEACH I5o\'-No, thauk } 0u. I'm tired of I It Is related that the zeal.l '>f hitch ycur wagon to the old horse I .nter homes. .\ ,. d SII"H1)1 .

although incorporated as sepa : I PHARMACY wearing; thin r4 that ,Ui'ton up thoba : one i-oiistltnent: the fam-ms that he J<>tal h''yTommy k if no star is lianJy-that is.\%hole- I ride brldsj: con- .Ind t I \ ::1 frw.drt\'et ..t 111uUU. II"" :.
The towns par- ('CI:!h'S. was Mich .. with t. I I Ital J
THE rate municipalities. ('k.-Woman's Home ('omrltn> lm. I I '-t* Ormond nep golf,! -
I of Hasland .. .
and south train from the north Philoso hY.-bliss Perry. 111'"
allel the peninsula north n sjufial[ I some rFcmiaina rmond Beach. tlusiratit... n..ol 1:'
I I :1111 lulu. .
REAL for a distance of from three and one- James F. Dobbin !i NAME TEN BEST HYMNS.I for the (purj>ose of votiap; :1I.t} Many fine homos! I :III now ,topping I) .IIt. ,\ '
half to four miles, and extend east ProprietorDAYTONA BEACH then nullifletl his: splendid effort on behalf -- I 're maintained on 1...1 I :'"'IO, ,, the xAr to..tJ
ESTATE --- .
and west from the surging seas of : of his (patron by writing; arrosstlie .ither side Of the :at:I I'.Kr.TTOX IN +. '''1111 '
Methodists Like "Nearer. My God. to i' Frindships.ShNIIave : al
MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything UsuallyCarried I ballot "I vote for Mr. MeCalmont tlvr.most of them I III. n.tr.n_ .1 I h :
tide water to a First I Thee" Best paper. you ever met my two .. .
beautiful re(1 nrt
River the Drug Htor and no mt-4take.-l.onllflO! surroundtnl by su >- :111.'I ;
FOR stream that sets them apart from Class I A New York Methodist Episcopal dearest friends? They are just lovely I troplcul flora and I'nt' ,' :
.. with which they have close Our Prescription I poll of Its G lol ht' devoted. lie-How long: hare besides
Daytona ht Complete church vhfli hay taken a I II and so hrul>lH ry. 1'\1.1. OX ..
Department t arta "
SEABREEZE1UUSOKU communion by means of three I I In every I conpre;.:atlon In "n effort! to determinethe J A Distinction.: I you known them She Why. I'\e hrlfty orange and lilt VVUITKTOORMON8 I lit: aa:

DOUSE bridges, as well as a half-hour ferry RespectPhon1W ten IK--I hjuins auuuuures that the i iI' 'What's your boy I learning; :at college -' know Annette nearly ten days and ,th'r citrus fruit \0
I I .. rat, w..e t
service. : following rweirinl the requisite num : ?" "1 don't know. 1 can only tell Margaret almost u \\eek.-Cleveland 'r.- IACONl i
Plane 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are' I Ormond has many t b'e .f'...hnron.z..d
ber of bailorsNearer. : he's studIng."-Exchange. Plain Dealer. I
and winter resorts -i I' you tttractlons-eseci-
essentially summer : Th
God to Thee." -Abide l
of'' My i
hundreds ,
and are making : 'nt automoblllns: .
those i BRANCH With Me." "Je ug. Lover of My Soul. ,! atJlt'ilUX an."no
among safe
1 new friends every year I ;silt flihlni;, .
SONNTAG who desire to escape the discomforting I! & "I Lore to Tell the Story" -Lead. I '!H>.itln<;, and many ID' rt;l 1
and cold, and Lluht.Uewwe the Perish : tnJ 1ay
extremes of heat i Kindly ;11'u:4ant: IK IN ANY 111.111
INVESTMENT l 1 their hotels and boarding houses': NICHOLSON ing.Ro -k of Apes." "Onward. FREE VOTINGECOUPON. I' .Vt Ormond J"cbI. I : WAYINTKHKHTED .: .;' (Viol I '

are now receiving splendid patron- FEED AND LIVERY Christian Soldier." -What a Friend : I locutrd the large! I IN IMtiiPKKTV: IS I il. ,if. ,:H'
:: a age from the most discriminatingclass I We Hare In JE>SU ." I Asraiuv lotel 1 Ormond, and IIRIOXD
COMPANYDesirable STABLEAll This is i a sep.uate"ot frm the munating' coupon. OR t nt' deed snon''d
I : of tourists. 1 Four others were tied for the tenth i iI 'i l.-ss-r sister theIr'tton I11tsi'Nit: > BEACH ,
1 The itself with its marvelous be : fm" ea-li oa e-jtant a- cia be Inn. Them ,. i' e.u
ocean All Ordl"ra Given place: "'.on- Divine All I Love Excel : miy s at m evri/v-'ev II Will Glte your .
beach, hard as macadam and AtUntlon > ,'r occnplt's a HII, . , re-t' of I in
"Faith of Our II\ promptlttentkon
linjr. -Just! as I Am. collected.
smooth as a floor, is the greatest attraction ,,),!tlon 0-1(1)1- '
Locations in I I n
ful DriversE. :
('sr Still" and "In the )
although earth, air and sky Famlllur""ltb ltoud9. Fathers Llvlnc .i.; *&;' Halifax rind I
; any part of seem to have entered into a combination : -I Cross of Christ I Glory." i :.I--- latter had as Its rbt'II'

I SeabreezeKvamrllle to enhance its every charm. ':look the ma:, nlint .1t: t eitr'

The beach is the famous automobilerace I A BRANCH LEARNING LORD'S PRAYER. This cop a entitles: .. . .. '" : btoat'h and the J A C RNUUIO"iD. .. .
course where every world'sstraightaway : Real Estate Agent rirul Atlantic. r .i j' l1.t1
Offices: record has been made, ,... ., .
Indiana, and Bea'--hrottni4: Only Eight Kansas Senators Knew It :: .ld*s th<' broj'tl.IK :\ : FL.I I tit-; i It< ,a

K<'nhret-ze, Florida and all these records- it continues tc nl.Ivti.Ilt :> on First Call. .... .. .. ...... .. .... ..... .... .. .. ......."... . ... .. ........ti 1"1 votte in :,.. ;oth beach th'r' ::0.1:1 4uGrturerof I..&:. ,,, ::1
hold without rivalr- I Many drives for.iijfS Pure Homc-IHadet I .
I. The beach has :a width of 300 to I At a session of the Kansas senate at .:-.. and auto t .1 T' I\ j
500 feet and can be used from two I' SEIDEN'S : Topeka a few dl:1:0: the Her. A. F.Sandal Th? Crit..-N"e',\ i P >p tl trite c )ar.'4'. Tuts coao )a sa i-' l-e iu : Ilr- GUAVA t JEUIMARMALADES . p '" '0II

L. Z. Bl'RDICKCONTRACTOR hours after until two hours before : the rliaplafn.' nnjueMed the o.He: br Thurs.1 lav. ") P. M. of oar'i: w v\: 'i..urut-.triv'-u .! \ ': AND ._ ;:

: high tide, thus giving an average of I>.\\TOXA llKAl'll senators" to repeat: with him the T/mVs t'-.unU grn\'s of OI'CAL: II" l )i' Utll'' Is. i
and UL'ILDLK seven or eight! hours tor autjmobil- senators only were ableto I ., Ali-n or an _>... ; PRESERVES .
t, | of e.tat day. 1
ing some part \i through trop.i Spi-iial Attention
!\ Correct in Irs atidihle repetition
Kstiiiiit: f jrnl.lKHl I Seabreeze:: alt Dv: t t"1.l Beach each join d i fort-sts, Hpan- umily Orders i '.t4f.dI): .
All Work \ of IIII.IIti.T AWARDS ..
} have apemaiut fu\atioll i! ap I I 'I ruIn.; drives to I 1 's" :
It II 1I't'\1. .VvMofc* from took I of CommonPrayer I'll' n-.1n1'rh'tn! :
ed copies of the ; rt- .
ordinances I .
Jimaiely 150'S.mitary' 'COUPON. (.uu.- .
l Seabreeze.I1orWaV. I Tli K..S..I.: inn NOMINATION iinclt-nt |I" -I lin:\ t -luTu.b: 'tlO \ t.
are strictly! enforced; stree's I of t the Ilplscnpni church. A ,, tly built by sine.. W- ,t 1 :.liihpoj.ti : : { '
and sidewalk arc. well kept and I few il.i.f* later fulhalf! of tbe wna .: plant,'rs of Ions '''/I-I'h.'rt'1\ 0..1'I/ )

C. GRANT Dew strcc's aii bi-in,* opened as fastis i tors were able to repeat the (prayer. The hrsf o'i'> i'If>r ti: ',- cm! i 'TJ- ti-.1' in tor. e'ii'li t'<>nte..-t int I >, and drives to I J.OIII r:,IN i.,11 lala!o:" -01.Louls purchase, w e',k. ';:0I..I'
ue- 0 11'
the population 01 !
liicrj-si. !: -- 1'
I entitles them t ) :"i..1''M I t free \t>. t 4)I Sir- rile o! tl1'! ;t' (' )111'; :ns . .
PLUMBER ,, > !t.ibHS| 'tt I'TI. "
mands. Hj;iJes hotels and boardinghouses i tr..rtorfur WASTE PAPER IS VALUABLE. i. It.
Water st ruu 11..11Ciu li there is aaIC; collate acco- 1 MASON WORK I will h:,' allowed ti eich: C'inte' >I t',tit. I u :'i-it' plac>-- ar- i"- HIIII ; (t1ad
!!FUting! iuI I 01.-\:1: KIi'd- I i!. ,'It> wit b tb.'IlIt"r- MOUNDGROVEORA i
nodatiou fcr all winter visitor I Toronto Clears $1C .COO on 10.000 Tons of "outll'ro ) I { ., "0':1:
Phony tl1lt I l'On! 'U to t'ur"ill! I
both tc>ffu*. j "tld w..k'.. to'. : Each Year. I nominate Mr. Mrs. or lhof. >> .. .. ........ .. I I I'j',iltl flOWi'M. GES Ii$ .11 n nL ',
r Dtt'TINA nl-Al'lI: All the alt-:'cJ'vcucsi of Seabreezvipphc I !It.1y'TttNA RI.1'llFITZGERALD: ; It Is an Interotlns fad that wastepaper "0'U'Tb.- rno-tInt L ..t."OU' (

} t't.oltll'-\ *: to D..j!Jna; Mach, the two ; ( can be so lmi'>ortant n commercial T tins; of tli>so' .. andGrapefruit .lil.\\' 11/0: III -

owns ben so -,!T!.il-.rly situated 'I In Toronto. Canada there ... . .... . State. .. ... ..... : l.tat ion U at the .
: factor. .. ...... ...... .. . .... .. ..... .... I i ;;' t)
I t PINEHURST The dcvlopn.v- 01 Daytona Beachlas : are 10.0CO tons of waste paper collected Ii: ulwit'-rs of the.t / .

I t 1'enlu.uh. ':l1t:1'i .as pluuominal as its & annuallv For these there I Is re I tiif mid known. Best Grown . tpl.
.. It '1.' '
. Iuund.rny:
I' tJe th, and each candidate in The Gazette cvntesl. i- ro\-oiiHt.
rh'eDaytona sIster ou year celved nb:-m $100.000. ai a : t ; : Aucns ".
t Beach OATES I i iun of the tin* st t.11"* Allt.II 1 :!totrllN 11// \
there i> a s'iDsUalial; growth. The
For Just the ordinary waste paper .
I I I n'tit"ro 'south<- Hull"I I :HaeiNurthof!! : .
\10.. rn. ('on""III"o-,. gnat sand dues have been leveled the sum of $10 a ton t Is paId. But for K: t.-.' 1'o.nt of KlorlJ '

e'"nsonablr.I RlltrItt ''aud lulseuI:: homes have been LAWYERS i: the better grade of waste paper the ; Nominated by.. .... .. .... ... ....... . .. .. .. ... ....... ......... .... i i .,nd 11 amid very li''TEL IJIU1tJxr I IBccd

I 1rs.V.l'ngtrletor. H: freeman built for bo:h! winter and allyearround Daytona, Fla.I i price has been known to run as high t i I p:.-!-.urrounJln:;s. Knox rr'1 I

\t occupancy. as $-W n ton.Chicago I uid.rovf; is ont

of .................. t t1.! Itaytoirt Hjiint! seed CompanyFinely I
I Aaavtla' road I tH'L. IP'.to1t1...., !I Ig
Bars 13 Street Numbers.
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: : Those who hare superstitions regarding While it i U not n ---- -
1 executed at >*F the nu.ober 13 will have no cause''' matters:, to send one for each ('ontesiant.nller' no circumstances ,, 11:1
I Fine J U b P for uneaslress over the assignments of i: executed .1"0" newt
: PrintingPromptly g News Office. }* I: new street numbers In the downtown I will the nominator's name: bo divulged. Job Print! at Ph., .

t : : district! of Chk-apo. The number has The (;azette-New-, Contest Manager n g \\ '-tinua)"
this office.
..a a a..a sa r/uitwm ..... . . . . . . . . .>K I! been avoided \\ < ,n ": ., (onm.

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aVrYiVrYiYiW 'r cr <<,crWlWNNNNNM '.I \,WNNNw""W"i" 'cr ...'rW r. iiVI'i [sq '",! Yr I.'i' loyable! in" Sun url

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j Choice Port River front trl'o:. \\1*,," It'and Ifllt Cla ,

Orange Property

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Fronting clear stretch of river; no marsh. Ridge wood Avenue and New Smyrna

;: Road on two sides. River road and street on other two sides

,. ; I Improvements being made on all sides of property.




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Attractive terms will be made o I I PRICES: ,rl TM ., i.iJ

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I I Lot 1 200x346 1100.
to anyone buying to build on \ i'm'w

Lots 3 and 4 79x346each cat

any of these lots. : I i ..1t eld,

I : I'' $750 for both or $400 each. ; 'lu'a u.na .
i These prices will be maintained 3 - -- : eA

I ; Lots 7 8 9 10 Jl l I each + ':" .1

for thirty days, but we Q : ,i.
z 79x346 each.

I reserve the right to raise them $300

Lot 12 100x346
after that time. ; $350. IIU. \I

l' 2 I I I 4 6 j I Lot 13, 100x346, $400. f'l.\\ .,

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)ND.ON-THE-HALIFAX t tI. : -<. parent Mr. and Mre.: James Keenanat i

i their winter home on the Halifax, The most desirable residential

. 5 miles j rTiioins: left last Friday on their return north. Monument For Perry of 1812 l : : Fine Lot t I lot in the city facing east :

t t!
1&1tona i They had a most delightful \\islt: and avenue; :
I i 110 ft. Ridgewood
, tM west f nve .J Daytona I Fame to Be Erected at Put-in-Bay I
; left very much in love with the place I 396 ft. :
lfanfaxlocation. First
U" j 110 ft.f 01 ;
I \ Beach Mrs. Sherwood will remain here until] I
n permitsdnageand Straight r her parents return to Rock-a-Way DeI I I ..: for f Sale in length! : covered with stately :

1. I this spring.Mr. live oaks. large flowing well; :

'lnitaUon; To i I Keenan :ie hiving: : a dock) and .) > I water piped to different parts !
Ion II 1 DAYTONA BEACH. Feb.23-Then : t

Ideal IU0 rmon d + Is a steady increase- in the attendant boat house built, and within the next ; I of grounds: ram for raising water t : large cemented bed :
I i , 0 j
month t to enjoy
sees. A or two expe many
l' the Methodist Sunday & -hool. LasSunday jI I and half blocks from depot and post- :
dge conIIl1d try R f..w drln" at 201 answered to roll call :I boat trips through the pIe lS:1nt: waterteas .:t for plants; two a

bond with over ,thut". II..W gO'feach. : ;: :: iteeauouu.s hs: t en boa 1: office.
tours" )Iuah."t the Recently the superintendent has 0r
('Iu" bOUM- 11 8.OJ a : ; Mrs. Thorp and niece, M.M Beach, .
ne homes I "n now started a cradle roll which s very I ..
IitoPPlnalnt'd I 0I
on Ju..t 'ro"4! tI" : arrived Saturday from Detrot, Mu-h j I
ws : and nunj'
the mothers
e ot tho lit BRETTON{. H.. Boon 1Nt :.1. i. of popular the kimkergarten with, class! are t.e'n 1 1i I and visited with their friends Mr +* ,, .EDMONDSON I & DONNELLY ; VI
or them
i and Mrs. A. J. Beardsley a few da>*' -
d by IUb- i mustered in. : with Dr. and Mrs. J .
before Ipcating
lora andbesides l The entertainment given by the :! P. 1-:5<:11. They are taking their meals : t 11 R .I.................................................... i
, the casino; Friday
QALLON class at !
ange and OR WIUTE Baracca A11- the ': at the Pinehurst.Mrs. I II .
TO was a great success.;; ?
rat fruit evening taken for the evening, and I and Mrs. John A. Mitchener, S itt 4"e .......................... I..........I..K..........
MACON j seats were of Selma, X. C., arrived here Fridaynight ; :j I '.
stands well pat : r
has many the refreshment : .t" sl : Do want to buy or :
] the drills, from Knights Key on a visit: :: The HANDPROPERTY : : you
t -excel ronized. The Indian camp. !. .
THORNTON to }Ir. and Mrs. W. A. "Freeman,1 I ::1 I II.
mobtling, tableaux and readings made a pretty I. I: I : rent t property In :
ng, sate r Mis Cro friends of long standig.: They went I 1"e'! ' :i :
entertaining program.
nil many ORMONB I.f and teachesfathe Sunday .I. south to see theireon.> A.V.. MHchen- w. ; : Daytona? .
rates. JI"' IN ANY WAY r man and er, who has the run between Miami ] +.t :.I .
nd Brach school desene: much: credit: lot I 4 i : We have the cheapest e
JNTJoRJ.HTEf: : ) i-- : and Knights Key. They left yesterday .. ) i SILVER BEACH :
all .
the large arrangement of : ""
IN PIWJ'Y.ltTY IS the satisfactory I \ "t'i . and the best. .
ond, and ORMONI) OR i i the details and the large attendance morning on their return rhome. 'r :Ii:' I .. I. .
Inter, the ORDfONURI.AOj{ community interest in the : very much pleased with Daytona and r rI I I $7,500 buys one of the best residence .
showed a
ID. The II.1 Will .1 "e& : Extending from : .
Gin' Your gratify I vicinity.Mr. --- Kidgcwood Ave. Completely :
of the evening.ery : on
('uplpl" RII'Iln"II4! Prompt success I and Mrs. 'm. Matthews, of,' .I'I r J a. ci (.. : River to Ocean : and located
.rJook-- .., ing to the getters'up of the benefit. "' ''''' 'nf l I furnished! on :
Attention I .
Boyne City, Mich and the 1\tter'sl'art"nts m taa,,,' .
:lfax and The net receipts were $G3! whichill '"! .. !iMl . corner lot. Call ou I >
bas as Its : Mr. and Mr>. Passmore. of .1 .:Jt. lit .J--- 16 II tJ.! !fl.fL i\.a I
of .
carpet -
be ttpplied in the purchase a : .;. : +tii .. : FOR SALE OR, RENT : It
n magnt- I Giielph, Que., arrived Tuesday audi . lr''. .. ,' 'i'l. iJ'J'' --- w.1r r '
for the church.A ,, ,. 't: .. . .. "'''' ''' I M. L.
.. ,a' I Waggoner :
band the e .t IV ". ; t : : "i .
J A CARNELlll" j bicycle be'oiising to are occupying the Beards ey cottage, ) .. i I .. 1 : .. :
Princeton .
ntle. s which Mr. Beards'ey: has: held: for \\1 r"R we. .t I' ". BING"A" l & T"OlPSO" ) '
? V--
: \:
! brood, OIUIOSD, FLA. l lrb 1 Mrs. Luella McKeon, a tour'st spendIng I, them several weeks.Mr 1 .---I. ., 1. ; -- ' 7L r-- : i i j Office People's Slate Bank. .. l
there MunufrcturerofIrlres winter in the Carson beach -V-I.- r r ? B M'1nn '
for Pure HomeMade.utd 1 the, was stolen sometime: Friday I and Mrs.I Mead and Miss Kath-I;: .... .. .. :- .a -"t' -' e...........e............. ...........I..S...II..
auto.ound : Chine of Pnladelphia' are late ''' '
Herr -
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: GUAVA JELLY evening from the front porch cf the _. .,:: ...
Oritound C.:1. Kenney arrivals at Pinehurst. "" -z: ,: ; ... asn ,, n . ... '.. ... ... I .. r ''!
-" MARMALADES A..D0 .. cottage. Sunday" morning. : }1. and Mrs. J. L. Conover came) A ': .. -- ,' ....W,. rrrrrrrrrrr.' Cr Nr rlc rrrr'. ...f.lrrlrr. . Y4.'t .
\ S or TRUI'ICALnn : r found the wheel in the river
J' Jacksonville Friday on al I I II '
down from
'.1:11 trop-": I'S; Special PRESERVES Attention to where it had evidently been dropped) ,,:I visit! of several day with Mis. eonIIOH"r's of TITLE :
to "tipbn. lamUy UriJon standing straight, upheld by the mud Mr. and Mrs. lehabodDaugherty. i Tentative plans for the building of a monument In commemoration I' CONRAD.OA REALTY

1m'"'' to aGUYr AwA.f. ,-, \ It. was fished; ui|>,; and taken to JohnS parents I' Commandet O. II. Perry's deeds at Put-In-Bay, 0., nnd for a centennial I ,
u'unAmrrlcsnti.watlonRutru a J They left Monday after- :&)4)I __
has appropriated $
m t.au.- .., -tn'd; liveryvlure it had been purchased : celebration of the event are well under way. Congress I
'v. ,II'' of's 11]rat, Inlll" }:xpolof I. by }Ir.;. McKeon several; noon on their return to the city. 000 for the building of the monument, and It I is believed that ten states will L.

.I lon i.nulalana tlon-t'hnrl I Purrhaeof st i, ;t weeks ago and readily: recognized asher I Little Virginia Kurtz ,who came take part in the celebration to be held In 1913. The monument will be an Immense AND INSURANCE CO. I INC. I

<11'1\. ', ,. to ..;xlo.ttIOT1.( t.r.ot1bt. )J I wheel. There L> no clew to thttheft. down from Jacksonville: with her I shaft of granite, with provision In the base for assembly halls and government ,

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her grandparents and aunt at Lone I station. It is proposed to ask the government to install a fish hatchery a* 'PHONE 128 i
entertained BLOCK
I1r. r.- -1 Hon. Chas. T. Cherry : CONRAD __
.11. IlUrr I Iuth.rq Bay. Mrs. Kurtz returned to .hu-ksoi I well as other bureaus in the base of the monument. Construction work on the ;
MOUNDGROVfIIIW"U 1 l 1 at a birthday dinner Monday eH"nIng vibe last week.GALVESTON'S. 'I monument probably will not be begun until after the centennial: celebration I
Palmetto ,
winter on
at his have been held. Congressman Madden of Illinois says the support of conKre' "

,no-t In. ORANGES I avenue. Covens were la'd for the In the move for a celebration fitting to the great lake victory could be assured. We beg to offer the following ; ..
)f tut&ie: and j following guests: Dr. and Mr. Messenger : GIANT BRIDGE - -- .- ----

r. attht4 }Ir. and Mrs.: Keating, Col. of
Grapefruit- from list
of the I and TO MAINLAND AID TO our
1 Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Harrouu

ro'ti known.... It Best Grown daughter, Mrs: \Vm. to'. P hazt"n.: ; .........NN.OOONNM..NOOONNOOOOOQOONN N n ;' property: ,

Ciro'onRt.Au \Vatbon, great: at the U'h'te: Bulwark r.I I
'w nn"et tine UUIIIOU"I'lion \ 1 Judge ; Causeway Costing 11,500.000 I Ra
..,/ the !HOllltl))111. ]House left Tuc-sdiy" : morning for l'almDeath Against Another Disatter. i
North ofutd
of "'Iorl. JIOT ; U1tU0tiDundings on a short vUt. He will return VaudevilleCarnivalNEW : No. 124-$4,800 will buy furnished '
v.ry I 7
to finish the season at this: ; I
four '
:1 house Voiusia avenue
) : Heed, Knox l'Ir' The giant le'e-uforce-d comretecau e : on

.. /Is, on Reed Company. hotel. c-oaip'ett-tl. : a way airov: CaUeMou: bay t is! more thantwothirds :: and bath, five rooms on first
The parlor jest:
tiuUlutl. und it will be com floor.
oat. nrI.OW P0'4tottll"8 I an afterthought: to Mis. CnrII'l\\ers: pletfd and OIIMI for t rat tic within ten DAYTONA J flID: ( I III Silt

well pointed home on (Jranduew mouths it Is stated. by the contractors; : ; I 24S25VAUDEVILLE & No. 10?-$1,300, five room furnish.

r! < venue, makes )t as complete as i This! structure will be 10.W2: feet Ion;;. THEATER I L 1 i ed house one acre of land, Holly Hilt,

Finely ex- 1 bird's neet. a little more than two miles. It will II 1 1I ; fruit trte.. .

tinting ecuted at The stores closed at ten o'clockWednesday cost $1.5b.otb) ) I No. 119-7 acres land, SCO orange,

morning in oLservance of I IWashington' I In order to prepare for the construction I II peach and persimmon trees, 6 room
this office. I
*, birthday anniversary.The I I of the causeway the contractors: I
: at a dwelling, $2,000.
established a floating equipment
choir service; under the direction :
cost of more than $100.000. Unforeseen I Ii i 103-$3000, five acre bearing
NViu. No.
of II. F. Stewait, Mrs.I :; '
difficulties were encountered in FRIDAY 8:00: P. M. .
Turner organist, was unusually: enjoyable : sinking some of the cofferdams for I I :: grove, Smth Ridgewood.No.

Sunday morning C. 11. Will- und 50c On Sale at Hankins'I I
piers, but these' were overcome Reserved Seats 35 and 10-$7,5CO! new house on
son and Miss Carey played a cello there has been no bitch since then in i I
I Ridgewood avenue.
and violin duet.. Mrs. Elite, of Hiram the progress of the work.

Ohio was soloist in the anthem sung This causeway will give the city and ::1 I CARNIVAL 1 I No. 10f$1,200, two large deep

Island of Galveston) a connection with I
by the choir. I lots on South: Ridgewood.
Mr. and Mrs. Bullock. and two chil- the mainland by means of a double :1 I I'I ::.: '
railway, an interurban electric : EVENING land, 100
dren, of Chicago IlL, are recent arrivals track SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND I No. 120-I acres orange r
located for the remainder of line and a roadway for vehicles. At I trees, truck land 5 room cottage :: I '

the season in the Seashell; cottage on present the the mainland only bridge Is by means connectionwith of u ''I $1,000. :: f
rty Booth. I II
Ocean a.enue.lr.: Mullock brought wooden trestle carrying a single, track Candy, Flower and Fancy i No. *07-$2,200, five. room cottage ,

his car down with him. of railway. Farmers and other j eoplewbo I : ? Daytona and Cypress streets, large 3: '

Alex. Harrison! formerly! of Derbyshire live upon the mainland adjacentto I Music and Refreshments. i ii -y lot. -=

Sherwood Fyrt-st, Kng'ai-d.; : en- Galveston are forced to use: boat o !t
Surf their products! to town and: No. 'O$1,5OO, small bungalow.
tertainned the guests of the to take CHILDREN I 15c. IL

Crest hotel Rmdae't'nin_ I by showIng carrv. their supplies !mute. .. i I ADMISSION 25c. =._ II West Magnolia, lot 50x150, almost t'q7: toy
Itself 1 t
addition i to the efu'eway: .
Iiicturtts}. : taken durum the Hot:r, there are several thousand feet of sand. : : Given under the auspices of the Civic Vq t. i. f the Palmetto I I ,_r. ne*

war; also in India China and inters'Ing. Afr'iHis ' fill at the two ap|>roa'tiThe mik: : I Club for the hens t ot the "Island Park FundIF t I I No. 110-$2000, truck farm, 7'' _,

explanations wereery log of this! till tt-as a stiiivinbnis ti-h; : .! '<.m acres cleared! 2 acres tiled, house tor
Mr. Harmon has a so'id: silvenudal I Itlu :
of It-elf. In con-tructine this great leQI ...+ :: and ba-n.:. >f
given him b>' the Qu- ea *>.i l Kn.: public work -i ('('itl effort directed 10 i oall .oo getll Qf I iI a;, .1ea-N.Ooeee o a teee.tlts M 5t-

land for bravery in tht."UOl'rar; thi!; make the structure subMantial ;andstormproof J\ '_:: No ir-$9000, one of the best : ',

he prizes \ery highly Gue.-is frcn In the ('('nh'r "f. tin1I'l I ; .-- : homes on Ridgewood, furnished, large g'r: : r't

many states sojourning in the hole;!. wayi\\i a lift bridge in order to permit -- y lot, garage. .. l l t.,
? l
appreciated Mr. Hairitons kindmt- the pa!'sace. of I Iniats through\ !. the: cli'\in ::. s w- l
Book "' No. 116-12,000 will buy a nice I( ;
it's New
In furnishing stt,'it rare and enjoyab! nel of the liny. a n. 1
of constructing< tb.(-mn-e -.ry home; five rooms and bath; hot ,
entertainment. lrs. Ilarrro.t'syears' : =: e.ul:: : The expense it's Souvenir Novelty Is
ilh] 1 is prorated l etween the county of I a ;: and coid w..ter; electric lights; cor. ;:
experience in come( :ton \\ way f
nnd t'l..trkrailway ) in Stationery and EngravfngCALL :
the HritVh: army enabled" him to It'- Galveston and the steam it's something :-.. ner lot. r
EJJ lines that are to use! the strur ;
come thoroughly posted on th. tare No. 123-A bargain at $3,600, Pal. i

subject Besides Its practicalalue!< from a ON OR WRITE : metto avenue, 3 bedrooms, bath, completely .
Mr. and Mrs. LeHl-tjIle)', of l'08hocton :- transportation standpoint, the construe: furnished good condition.

Ohio, arrived last week and tlon of the causeway is generally regarded -, Houses exactly alike in same row VV

have secured rooms in the Fuqua;) as a valuable addition to the I The H. & W. B. DREW CO. valued at 6500. ]t! S

house. protective works against disaster from : i + i ir
the city A. 25 acres near city limits; 15
Mre. Maretta C. HrK ks eiitertaiut-i storm such as overwhelmed --=M

the Tourist Sunday school cla.<'
J t 1 00. M. E. church Tuesday evening. Th loss of several thousand lives and 45-49 W. Bay St., JacksonvilleAND + room house and barns, $2,000. ,'
dollars'worth ti
of -
of millions
rat: the destruction< IM' tr
usual musical and terary) prog j
in Holly
346 each of property. B. Lot on Ridgewood

was rendered. I, .-. : Hill, 150x309, $500. 7 j

))0 each. Indiana Day> will be celebrated! b;)' Get the rope'' Get the rope' YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY: AND =: i
those "to the manor born" Februar; For this bard tht-re no t"ope' 'r C. 15-acre hammock grove; trees! "

28 at the Methodut church. Dmne Ills sonnet to PenelopeMakes u canteloprErowning's : SATISFACTORILY.We 1 seven years old and in full bearing! ; ;
her rhyme: I
n teach will be served in the church bare: Magazine. near railroad west of Kingston, $3,000 I '"

ment. A program of speeches lIld, ,r. i I ,

songs has been arrange*!. I "Ob. that my sun should wish to for Goods and Souvenirsin D. PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL .- 4
shrieked the proud' are Headquarters Alligator FOR SALE; CENTRALLY LO.
Mr. and Jlrs. F .M. Smith and Di marry an actrt"-s: is

$350. and Mrs. J. N. Myers, of GeorgetownOhio I patrician mother."Now. China and Orangewood New and CATED; WELL FURNISEHD; CAN .
Mrs I ma, don't take ou and
fnendb of Mr. bought the undutiful beir "She iMi't i Exclusive Novelties. : LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH ..::; i'I i I'
$400. Weaver, are recent arrivals and ar thinks she ..;. ' '
She only'
really an actrws." RETIRE FROM BUSINESS.-
Mrs. C. L. Horn; TO J ty
located wfth Mr .and iI -rald. ..
I b.-Washington r.
on Peninsula drive.Monday :tri $13,000 ON
-U'O' iK>unds c>f f sh is rtported : E. Small cottage on corner lot on
hooked at tin. --- -- .......................................t. 1 '
have teen ..
...................................... : ::: Ridgewood; lot 100x150; fruit trees :;0 ,! a

i'El' ocean j.ier. Excursion Steamer :. well l $800 on easy terms. 11II;. d}
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edmonds .r:' The New I

rired from Pomona this state, \\I.! I It. SOUTHLAND TOMOKA CABIN ::. '
the vv.n'ti: : l'. ;0'c '
they have been spending : t front f''
attractive river property.A
\\ have some very
the first of the week, and are In>u- = -
keeping at their eater: home 1'1.,1" :' EXCURSIONS. : in Port Orange that can be sold' on reasonable terms :-
j i DAILY I1r
ley street, south ot the posottnt? ,. 1 -, .aM
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Their cottage has been CM-,'spied" toy: '. --t I-; uru --. ..', *': :".-I r.. ,:, :.t.. ii,';. .% :. : 0rnce eIt.w... .j
A. .Ai k.'.. a!.' i H-it', :". 1 I. f.'ur;:: I'n-p-. .' ; 1.: .: .t." r\ u r : t
friends ( and Mr Truman 1 ;:; .1
'apt Round Trip -
[PANY Jewell and little d.iughv ; ot \-v\ t .V:1 'lid. '.. (t ''i;" r i ., i I. t.- .\" t.' 1'''..j.:..I. r I'n. 'SlOG .. la.. d....
1 insurance agency an
.. We have a general
York City, who will -i- .d >evia I: DAILY TIME SCHEDULE: : j

week* at the Pinehur 1 h.> :.a!'e. _. .1 i r.:.: 1u ... 1'.r: : '. ,. 1 .' ;, "; . : ::': : almost everything exceptS tt
: 1 r. 1'rI: ' .. 1 'h. 1'n.' t. 1' :;: ,' '. i I' '. ' : : can insure against
/ ; -
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to Palm Beach. :Ii'l:!! : ; ;:. a I;.;::< l'a\t..tii; .. ; ia. : ,i r ", ,5
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H,. tPri.' .. V I'- I'At L. > taxes.'Z t
,. :.in and
J Mr*. P. F. Murray ai..l I M.:: K .1. J : frost I
nocka"aBel : ,
Conguen. of r, } \ : 5'J11)I11)1)llazl1))1)f)1i111111))1)Ii1ls11111111
I t CHAS. F. BURGMAN, Owner .: . : ? '
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11iITF F. 1) CF. rTRAI. HRir1f'T: + + f + + +
IIBeUer 50c. for .
lI'the Bike Man : a
Page fUh. i
Bicycle 13eUthaa cOllth lip $2,00 for .tolatioD of the law. THE WEAJ

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oi : Please Obey the : :. BARNES :. 1I 1- !4" 4.. tonight.in north

SL.EEP W.ARM a : : : 4- * +
New Ordinance THE NOVELTY MAN I Ready-Made DRESSES:1 [ *
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... U !-. Mt.-i7iiiii.-rv" illit .*riiM! Miipiillil"i -". .
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: Do not delay getting that bedding you were wishing : : Sheppard's Nanticoke Tomato i .. ;'- ..>:'"- .. We have just opened up our new line ofReadytoWear Sixth Seasoi

I.i for last night. You will need it again before summer a Ordinance seems to have been 1-- : BARNES
.. . nored by the Mayor. If his honor : : 9 Dresses. ![ I r
comes, and we can supply anything want in Cornto .
you : does not care to enforce we will : \V'it'o! !ram.: your: PLtuntlr: :
:: forts or Blankets to keep warm with. Buy today., Our : : be compelled to ask the assistance 0 mm-von::-to 1..1:11(1':.u.thi: |: ;,lid..th, f"nit.r-liH...:r Toutmil.! : iirp.-u! :"-!nIU'O. I II t/l,! ..U..II.: .Ur .1 hantlll; ...r our $.1.>.' .l I .I 1,111: .,.- talk Khll.!I a.. RED Hj

: : of the Marshal r S uim..-t n m f'ini- that i- .i.:' o! wiii'k! : : ,
prices are right. :, .. :. .
. -- . III i ins: lor an> wan: t. on I to RWAL
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NO .. : SUEPP ARD'S GROCERY : I BARNES : The Chas. E. Gardiner Co. r

: : : West End of Central: Bride : .\., !toQu It H..n :rttr.-'t., I,,,.t't..u8 Fill.' ; -- - --_ --- -- I.t

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: Home Gro w nProduce :

I Crystal Theatre I DEVOTED TOI I II r. -- ---- -- r.

$ usementSNEW I : : J.Egui E!

i Bicycles }r rWf rf : .. --- ..

F. I II II :. t\"j-" .)
f I n
fk I compe-I i ..
ith a complete shop and
A I tent help we can do the most : Fruits and Vegetables

; I I satisfactory work. It Itz : :. Alwas Fresh TO ERECT NE


High-Class e Opposite the Yacht Club saCO : No, 237North Teach St. 'Phone 55 j01
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GOOD GAI 6 l AT PORT ORK. :I Real Estate and THE StMME|

TONIGHT Fire Insurance I'-.:
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j, 122 South Beach StreetCHILDREN'S tOIl

"Old Love Letters"and : -. in, ,I'. -
LARGE - lug ,o i :
,,,, ..,. ".". -=a aI'
.' ,. : '::--:- -::;. ... this i
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at 2:30 .
Open Daily : low. -

'A Bachelor's -- -- -- - --- i .
Party"PRESENTED I ----- -- 11'lit.tho':! people: in the north ret '.\ .
.. .
BY ] Snow KVKUY IIoi'u I.anhugging. the sov $ to.keep Lou siTh...

Helen-Leslie Bates andThomas I w arm and professional: baseball players : ."<;::..,. .... Of til-
------- -- -- _-- _ _- n_ __ _- are keeping in condition by shov- I !;!c; SiKH'dand

Wade LaneASSISTED .I. H )Iowell.ho: hs;:, been \ '- I'ling: snow, carrying coal and wood \J, 0' .-
itu:! K Mrs- Emma Ed irk and: MrHtua I!-. I and cleaning furnaces the people of : few d... u

BY Iteltsaro:! and children at tlie.rhome this section of the country are enjoying Cannot be too carefully safeguarded, for tlu- u ,t'e, I

Fourteen Daytona Young Ladies. on Volusia avenue for a week i RESULTS[ fROM) COLD WAVE.{ life as: real fans and rooting ,![ for they June but rant pair to last and i pit: II U

p--it .departed this morning on liis: a i real baseball K8Wt'C.w they I I ja lifetime. Ali there: are indications pletioii

return to Hendersouville.: N. C. watch the players work themselves I' cf anything rung with your child's It .> '" :
Vaudeville Friday Night 8:15._ Prices 25c 35c SOc stepping enroute at St. .\u.t.tintat.'ktiol1iIe : :': TEMPERATURE WEDNESDAY into condition by real diamond exercise eyes bring him or her and I will fit work u

./ and Savannah.t NIGHT BUT LITTLE LOWEr t!j jWashington's !I them with Glass; to correct the mOl1th- .nu
.. trouble. If medical treatment is nee-
.. birthday was c'eh -|Iess I be r"adSUlUm.
: I I t **I LOST-V. S. regulation ru Le] THAN THAT OF TUESDAY rated at Tort Orange with a base>ba1game !t iry I will tel you >*>. .

1 poncho between Daytona and New ; in which much iulerttrt was i! the (tl h, '". ...
Smyrna, Feb.Ill.. Finder please: write' NIGHT. Dr. Neville H. Clark ..
shown and a contest close enough the pi.,
When You Are in TownCall M. B. Broretrom. Key West Fla., for Following the low temperature of to give the fans plenty of opportunity ; I. ago, tnavemii .
particular" 7tMr. I Tuesday morning the mercury remained , for real rooting. The game was I tHU e
and examine our methods and consult us upon terms. We invite in- lower throughout the day played between the Majors and .Mi I Lo- fOr the Sign of the EYE. Palme!. .

ppection and believe in thorough accounting by all banks to the public : and :Mrs. Lampert, who were I I than is usual so late in the season, flogs and went the full nine innings I Th.. ? ;

and their patrons of the bank affairs. We believe the strength of our resources called here by the illness of Mrs, i the wind continuing out: of the north with the following result: I loulI ti'I

and the stability of our management will appeal to you.PEOPLE'S Lampert'e} sister, Mrs. J. A. Hutchinson. 'iaud 1 at nightfall. the temperature was Majors 2! U U'r) o n I :.- !i'l/ I room- ,

I ofVest Volusia: avenue, andvne I ,again!, down near: th. danger: : point.Sometime .Minors -o w o u 0 o 1 I ,n, -j ; ball k'
: with, Mr. and Mrs. Hutchtedon '
DS .
before midnight; the mercury UaU're-&lus:118U; and: ll :bns; 1Gziioo th -
tor toonie time, have gone to Jack- .
STATE BANK :I touched the freezing mark ancontinued d Sparkman and Agee. floor
; :oou\ IIll' to visit; Mrs. I-ampert's lath I .,
to hover around thatuntil I hal '
I er be tore returning to their home i in'I
DAYTONA FLORIDA. : point after daylight. In the Hair Seals and Fur Seals. I
Boston: Ia.s",. I
hau.IIllok lands a teniperatuie of :'M: The fur seal has: n !sharper| nose than
I'lvalttriit.M. l>. I.KI.ANH.: 1 r.t-hi-r. VI. K.: t'.\HTtl; : ,I( or :at: degrees is reported and the the Lair or harbor seal, ami ).olh> its We are carrying a coinjlc-te mm ARE
VU-.--r Mil-nti. (1. It. :HKAM.VX.; : :M. I.. W.\Htol'\tI; :. NEW ENGLAND HOTEL I line of Green Groreries, in-
fires: were lighud in a number of swimming fllpivrs'{' anti its tall flippersare. ,

.I MAN VIEWING DAYTONA[ orange groves prepared with; this jirui' >ortlouatel.v l to its body much chiding : HELPGOVERNOR

,i E. \VooJbury.)'. manager;: : of the protection. N'o great amount of longer than those of the harbor seal

I I Vanttjs House, of Burlington Vt.,. damage fie apparent, however, even The harbor seal when It rests: "or I Golden Wax Beans
where no firing was done and although sleei s, climbs out on tbejin-ks or, in
I said: to be the largest( hotel in the
tender vegetables hate siiffered winter, on a cake of Ice. The for >-...(!,
state is iii the city on a combined' Green Beans TROOPS TiTHE
some and in some localities a far wider Jrnvlr., elm ps> wore on
i: busiiie-ss and pleasure trip; and i-s
AND ; U ** orange bloom and tender growth the water, :nil] when It Teens it folds REUUI
I viewing Daytoi.a under the personal l may be slightly touched by the (rust the lone tall fllpix-rs tip OIl the 'bmlybetween i CucumbersCauliflower

i supervision of U" II. Peters which in a few place, the majority of this Its side HlpixTs.( pft''t'llling' IFF OF THE
II i is au assurance that he: will be pretty thus: a curious appearance quite unI I
_EI G 111 1 section j has; undoubtedly! escaped!
.. well acquainted: with the city and itsadvantages I like the harbor seal.PRIDE.I. SIJHI s
{ with very little injury to plants, and
; .
A farewell reception fur Ke\ E.Setit.'k Heaie.nb we keep:: everything ip i before his departure the Tomatoes ah..rl:! :
j trees. This w probably largely due .
and fatin'y! will be given! : i asks
ladies'aid Kent's:; wearing appireJ latter cart cf the week. Mr. Wood- -d
I U> the extreme dry weather I .
which ,
thit evonin.4 at Kpworih hat:, by the at the Dee Mite, North Beach! St. 37t.Mrs. bury is alrt ally so much I pleased! with j dkor"
I | has prevailed for to many weeks. Pride is as loud a beggar i PeppersThey .
ladies of the Fir-l M. II.: church. Daytona and its snrruuiidiagK this:: as I trOll hi
\ ; The weather is moderating today and watil and a great deal more I: ..
--- -- \V. G. Fletcher, who came he say s he intends to come again next j saucy. sinkclo!
I Visit the tent and have j while the air may be sharp again When have bought fine
Gypsy down from St. .\u? tiie a few days season, accompanied by his wife and]l you one i Fresh. "-k i l'FAMOvS
fortune told. ;:-t ) i tonight there should! be no danger1 thing must buy are Always
3 our ; you ten that
ago to get her little: daughter. Isabel, niiiain for a longer period. From j; more
who bad been : her 1 ci ld. your appearance be all of I
visiting grandpa this city he will go to points in may apiece NO!
uT\\o tk-kets to the t'rya'al: tbt'I. rents Mr. and :Sirs. II. S. Miller on I Ueorgia: and then Washington.. U. ---- but Poor Richard says 4"Tis

I. Ater will be preseut Mrs. Murray I nay slit t"t. will remain here until C'.. before returning to Burliagton! 0 C C n fl buys a furnished Beach easier to suppress the first desire I -
"'{I1tZ i if she H ill t call at the Daily Saturday. Mr. Woodbury is a very pleasant Ken UUUUU\I 1 1 11 11 street residence; 8 rooms than to satisfy all that'follows it." DAYTONACOLD LA A
News o.fice before toaiorrow: and bath; modern improvements .
night.Phone Park. '
JI i tleiuan in addition to being a since&istul : : lot 50 by about 290 feet. Ad-
I Dry wood for sale. Drop card ;I STORAGE CO. .
I hotel man ad itvould be aruatter ress A. B.. care Daily News. Cou.-
'. 2S will call for your cleaning Fred Kingston. Kingston. 706tMrs. .
of congratulation to Daytona' 0 000.00M0000...0.o0.tIIN : put..i
and pr Fsin;. tf DUUNETT.Thtti. : !R. D. JOHNSON Mgr .
I to bahim become interested in. FRENCH: MINISTER DEAD; L pn.'III"/
I David ln odtl and daughter the city in business He I killiua i rani
II.: Ferguson: i iy making some Mitw 1 Ixmie., arrived a way. is I GENERAL BRUN CALLED.
Wednesday afternoon ,
I a son of ex-Governor Woodburof iLiveLoilgaild I er fit"I
First improvements avenue in adding his residence another: room on,' from Katit:: Orange; N. J., and Vermont, who i h a guest at the {| PAKIS, Fib.Genera:: ; ;:! Bnii: ,. ui.n!\ I year250' to

are guest at the Seville hotel on later of .
11 idgeis laud. j war. died today :1..1.\\! .11" a
I I and a large torch ou the front of; South street.: Mrs. Dodd and her PERiSH
the -- (stroke of paralysis. ]I1ESTRIICTO I
daughter are friends of Mrs. Wm. ,
Hiker and family, who are occupying SWAN DELAYED BYOBSTRUCTED --- I Die Happy I
Helen Leslie Bates, new Daytona for the season the Thos. Oyama i I RECIPROCITY GOOD THING F FBuy ; CONv ( ]

theater tonight. Turk.. ,
S house on South Ridge-wood avenue. CANAL.1 DECLARES JAMES J. HILL - I I 2SO
,i Air. and Mrs. George: 1Pollard.. !I ST. I'.\L'L Feb. :i3;; In a *vii!<- I ;
sea. tlrecei
i who have been in the city since theft I Dr. J. C Herman Osteopath 20 I i meat defending the Canadian; r.--i-ij II vo j) I D
\'olusin"., Daytona Phone 40. tf GULF REFINING COMPANY BOAT i Royal Scarlet Can
early part of the winter went to j procity today James J. Hill declaredthe Ii

i Jacksonville Wednesday --- -- WENT AGROUND IN THE HAUL.i! farmers of the northwest will be 'I!
goods the Trunksare
aftt."rut.on'l finest food
i where Mr. Pollard expected Seven passenger car to let and beaefitted by its adoption. I
party of geutleineai automobiles stored at reasonable OVER SWAN ARRIVED AT tTnrLWe
I II products in the world. $
's l'l'a ., and conduct them to the rate;. SARATOGA INN GARAGE. NOON AND SAILS TODAY. DICKINSON COACHMAN !i:

I central i+ortion of the Rhone 112. tf I The stock i is '
l statl'.1 KILLED IN ACCIDENT. new and
. i being interested in a big land Bucking a head wind all the way I II I I'I'I

i in that section.Building; I from Palm Beach and held up at: WASIII GTO-i. Feb. 2-;-Johu Me- I II I I clean, and our prices i iI I i

( the Haulover canal because:; the' Quade, aged !::;:;. coachman for :Secietary I iI I of Cand
l K U for sale, south side! WhenThirsty I Rochester, owned by the Gut: Refining of War Dickinson Nag thrown : are right. Call and set
Live Oak street, east: and west ofi I company was aground in the from the carriage today and k IJ"d II I II I you are sand

.tl railroad trfwks.. : Conrad-Bultud Co. j j70Gteod canal the steamer Swan dd: not arrive ; II I I prices: on case lots. fresh
i ( It
j at Daytona until noon today, al : ;
I :t FOH SALE-Launch- Nedaline. T'/a!! though;and scheduled she was to due sail last th:6: morning evening; YOUR LEARNING.Wear I I : guaranteed.THE nally s an]

by :ti ft.. 10 h. p. t\iy & Dow en en .tt S o'clock. The Sana...,. to sail:: your learning like your : "The Or

I gine. MclKjnald's: boat laH.tt: IYOUNG'S ths: afternoon at 3 o'clock and had a watch in a private pocket and do I I Iz
Stop at I
I i ut.r passenger: I list booked. not pu'l it out and strike it merely : Lyman L Grocery
Visit Clark's winner: boat where I 1IANK.IWhere \
i Captain Howard states the b oata'.11 to show that you have one. If you : -- ;
,1; may be found all the latent style I' :! make up its lost tine ou t lt..utbward are asked! what o'clock it is. tell it. t I r
I :11. and greatest variety <.f spring; and | .- but do
trip and he
not proclaim it
I expects to hourly and : Every Day is Bargain'.Day: \o
I I summer mHlinery. Two_ experienced: Soda Fountain -tr.-ive in Daytona next Wednesday:; unasked like the watchman.
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