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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: February 24, 1911
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00225
Source Institution: University of Florida
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YI t :.f.. HE. +WEATHER+ + + + +fN+ +FLatuRIDArda: + + ; +: NEWS ++ Today.LO"N TICE. . ;. .ON. THE. . BEACH. 10:01: : t

t.: Fair tonight and : THE 1 DAYTONA DAilY I <+ .
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Published December. January February
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II .1 Season-No. 13 DAYTONAI FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 24. 1911
new line of : Sixth

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: f' ;- j RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Stationery and Havana Smokers
Silk Kimono. HOT SALEto W. WRIGHT :: :: DUOHMOVS\ \ HOSPITAL[aad SATOO! Supplies Books .

II 1 r RED Painting Twentx.l First Avenue; Inriif.,u\r\Dayton rooms. Ha.. nt.wlfurnUhf PRICES I I Only nrst quality used.well ured tobacco j

Reduce Stock I. I .l and tit*.tl t throughout Ith I I I -011[ I'I"1I.| || r.. Ttt Yo''" II".kilt. GEO. H. CLARK t
Paper Hanging .J"w '' .
*l nilho-<|>itiiltnn\fntriufH. Thorough- L. I t S tit Tour l Waterman Fountain Pens NewsPapers Vet Cave. Manufacturer
roomonseionJPoor
II Decorating 1 niutpip-doip r.itlns! Florida.
liner Co. i.II i. f WALLACES'FJLKS 219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Phone" iHi h or terms C. C.ndilrfs BOHANNON*! M. I). L. H. ROWE & CO. and Periodicals - Daytona ; -

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.1111 :.. -.; ,- BUILDING BID. 15 ARE DEAD. i OF FISHING POLES THAT ARE FIRE.BIG fROM HOME. L LI

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FRESH AND DANDY. 1 i ;._

: :; I mm m I is ARRESTED IT i ii 1 -
and Vegetableslwas 1 FACTORIES IN I FLAIS; I t I i
flAMES IS SUE HM
\( Fresh : 10 ERECT NEW CLUBHOUSE; l i

f:. GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE CO. BlaiE E MM i G FIERCEll.HUNDRECS CHARGED m THE TO.
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: 1 r Illl START WORK t AT OXCL O HIM 6 BACK HOIS. i
Ball & Son a "H( YOJ Don't Trade With Us We Both Lose Money.

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I ESCAPE COLORED CCLPLE; FOUND IN 1
OF WOMEN
orth Beach St. Phone 55 '
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BEEN RAGING IN -----
EXPECTS FIRE HAS -
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.I.....!........... } : ,;BUILDING I ----- FROM: THE BUILDINGS BUT IT WOODS WEST OF ORMOND AND t

} 'TO HAVE NEW HOME READY I WORKINGS FOR 24 HOURS AND I ONE WEEK HOCUKISSRESltENCE IS FEARED SOME MAY STILL BE TAKEN BACK TO THEIR HOMES i

SHAFFNER 1 ,; FOR OCCUPANCY BY EARLY Ily MOUTH OF SHAFT WILL HAVE I ,
LONGW03DLeax
IN
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IN RUINS.

1 Estate anInsurance .4 4 .; THE SUMMER. I TO BE SEALED. I RH'HMOMa F b.I The i n a ..\ ::'e: an. .i f.lI.: :., .r i i3iehardson

i /, Bids for the cos.rUt: ion 0 the TOAOl'UI. Xe\ re',. 21-Fire ha REMAINING \'.ty of Richmond: i ith. :taeied with: hom.' : I LfI': '\" " !. !':a. .\ I, '"
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: clubhouse and home f th Day-: been ra;iu;: in t'.e De'acont: : gibe list ,1.: I I. .i: ,
.\ new t.l'! mot{ d.-; .t.trcts: fife n is :
4 \'I'/J and tare enticed .IW! :" :Mi):,)l.v I" aigtd ,
Elks were o
South Beach Street tona lodge of ) bu:Id- I mine here for the fast 24! hourand t :'y. The blaze started in the W-:! 14ear;, iw \ :i ra) li :. 'Kite i
meeting oft
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considered at a he workings have become a furnace.I ROBBED. ,
: fOR WATCH. '
> Ing committee heM Thiredaj evening -! luiiue., & Rebliug to :at,o Svenimeiy, it that place and indue hr.!! t
: of The [mine Is the largest s'l\'er- ta nfin consumed at ome to th.sic.nitj with i lm.:
Espedalil
1" . and the bid of J. I. and the building: was
... I :d h.1 a: 'r'
accepted as being the the countrj Ores factory : The couple is >a to \
this city was I in;on. The Lazarus &: big r

,lowest. A total cf four bids being were the i I Of the miners caught lthe TIME[ TO EXPIRE FRIDAY I ; S AK THIEF f ENTERED i i& now burning and will probably later x>ng.a ood warrant February for 11 the and ai:.t' -o: .i\i: '01-! t '

received the one accepted ([lames, 1:; are supposed to be dead( I !
1 I I be a total loss. hardei/n, iharg ; him n th eu-

1 1 ; lowest.The contract. for the construction: and the rescuers have been druen COSTESTAfiTS I WORK HARD. HOUSE I AT DAYTON t ti. BEACH. At : clock this aflerkcon: the fire icing the girl awaand wi i li satu-: t I

of the new home has not jet been back) by the flime The mouth of l I was still ragng and beyond the con- tOf>' chargt w; s sworn 01t: byJwrge
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co'imntue he shaft will probably have ,to be Murphy, fatter! of tie: girL
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> signed by the buidng! ; : trol of the firemen, who mere work-
and Mr Espedahl, bu'. will be in a ealed and the hope of sating any INTEREST IS GROWING GREATER SECURED JEWELS AND MONEYTO ; ing desperately to suldue the I' The warrant was pfauxl; in the hands
DREN'S EYES abandoned I I or Sheriff D. II. (Hooker of
and the contract will call >If the men has been > Deputy
few das :
I EVERY DAY IN THE GAZETTE. :: THE AMOUNT OF ABOUT flames
who traced the couple to
00 carefully safeguarded. 'r t' for the work to be started at once; I i The loss will be heavy and late this ngwood

11'e but one pair to last j jII '. : and pushed forward to an early completion Miners Burn to Death- NEWS GREAT POPULARITY $1OOo-NO CLUE TO THE PER-'i afternoon the flames threaten to hu \'icinitand en'i: ..t,d the serveS -
j I HY lEIt.\. Ind. Feb 21-Fi\e mln I I I I II. I "' of UeputShen I f Go e and Fo-
Indications r. 'ric-t.
dis
there are cover' the wholesale
I ers were burned to death late last CONTEST. PETRATOR. I I. I iceman Humphries in the st'Qrl'b.
wrong with jour child 1 It is estimated th-3 constructionwork I Several prisoners: three of them
night by an t"xpos'on! of coal dust I It teamed that mchar ann and
: was
him or her and I will fit i will take less than three The ancient Greeks defined opportunity The K II. Ilathkb-s: rttadence atUixtona held for murder, netted from the I ,
mine, owned by the tons: back ot
Hamilton tie
in the the girl were m
Glasses to correct the 1 I Imedical .. and that the building: will hair Hundreds of women -
; months ,t mine as a woman: wish: long I'each: wus entered Hnuftime nearby county jail. i
The was miles
Island railroad. :ill sese.al
Rock
the turpentine s
treatment I la nee- be ready for occupancy early in the on the front of htr head, but absolutely Thursday afternoon or evening, presumably had narrow escapes from the I
badly damaged. west of Ormond and Deputy Hooker
il tell you K>. ,. t. summer. The contract will call for I bald in back. The myth further bx' a sneak thief as there buildings and it is feared some- may lathe
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ThUl morning.
I armed here -day
which
the three story building for I stated that opportunity was avery was iu sign of an entrance having still be in the ruins. I 1.

ville H. Clark t.. < the plans were accepted some time i swift runner, but knew nothing II r been forced, and jewelry! to the afternoon the coupe Core; in and a but lIumphrflOl'atl'd in the I
VOTE
the building to face on Volus; NO always running and small Fire at Albany I i
ago, of the art of dodging I I amount of about l.hlIO' a both to this: city
woods and brought
''ptometrist with a side entrance on to Y.Feb. 2t-The Men-
and LJJNX
.1 f avenue in a direct line, thus in order sum of mone> was! carried off. i \ evening.Deputy .
late m the
the Sign of the EYE. Palmetto\ a\'enue. capture lur it could ease!) be done The thief is supposed to have delsoii potash and l lye plant wars destroyed '
Hooker 1' ft foLongwocd:
.' The first floor will 'contain the I by standing in her pact: and (catch entered the hois: whi'e! the family by fire- today. The los. wil' .
: IN SENATE with the pritoneis Thursday nishl.The
"Pt'' lounging smoking and various: clubrooms in ; hold of her foreUx.k; 1 ut if once was at supper, but the loss of the reach $1o.oot.t girl will be returned to her

the womens rooms, banquet allowed to pai3 bx. it wa a'mtr: an money and valuables was. not dstoiered : ; and Richardson watt: be compelled :
hall kitchen etc., *w ill be located on mipo-bibil to exertake and l'al- until about l 8::3U o clock.V Serious Fire in Ha/U parents i
GOODS second floor, while the third t I II POUTr PRINCE, Ftb 24-,\u to atsx\tr: to the rha.e! eozitained t
[N the THIS 'iVEEK.i turt her. aluab'e gold: watch a |present
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the
floor will be arranged for the !lodge A great opiHittunit} is: now afforded .I to Miss Ilotchkiss from her father, I'ajes. MI the southern Boast of (fay' in njrral.tCARRIf

hall and paraphernalia rooms i I the young ladies of Volusia countj wait overlooked b>' the thief althoughit ti, has been swept b\ fire today

I bj the Gazette-News Great: PoptiLiritx -I was l lying in close! proximity to and the flames are stilt; umontrolled! I NATIOJi GOES CRAZY ; f.

: Contest in which 11 prize* aggregating a bag containing other attack: taken. The tir' will leave _!:.Iwf, pet son.; I ai
ARE OK STRIKE RECIPROCITY AGREEMENT I i
carrying a complete MINERS I ; i $I.S.0 are to be given to The authorities were notified: butthere honll'l.' ", f

green Groceries in- the 11 leading contestants I i 4 ab-oluteh no cite as to the OVER HER SUOOX 1 CRUSADE.NOTED M

SOLDIERS ASKED.! COMES DOT OF CO IMITTEE. these a spe
HELP OF i ) l hi addition to prizes rubber

cul prize ('ons'sting of a beautiful! BLOW UPHOME 1
I I CRUSADER BECOMES INSANE 1I
gold watch, is to be given to the, WHEAT MARKET IS UP I 1'

:n Wax Beanseen GOVERNOR OF ILLINOIS SENDS BELIEVED THE UPPER HOUSE contestant who :secure tbtnWt't: RATHER INACTIVE. OVER WORK AND HASBEEN
I BUT
I Thursday, Mardi :J:. I t
Beans TROOPS TO TAYLORVILLE AT WILL NOT BE ABLE TO REACHA votes This before is an unusual:: oipcr'ututx. fi>i.j C'HICUJO. I'eh. 21:! -\\heat xx. x Of PLACED IN A KANSAS I-

THE REQUEST OF THE SHERIFF VOTE ON THE AGREEMENTTHIS the young ladu of \olusia count,,,,''l.S toS:; higher at. the opening to- it J _ _
dbut: the market was mactixe SANITRIUM.
ucumbersauliHower should the opportunity l -
and everyone grasp
OF THE COUNTY.SPRINGFIELD. I II I WEEK. I Lefore it has passed.ltabies : May was: quoted at $.S9 7.S. Torn was i \\CNUUUTII. Kau. t-b 2tMI I .
I I : quoted atIS :>-S. Provisions were I
.Me A GROWER. \atmi. the noted eriaair -
I'l. Feb. 24 The, VSHINOTOX. I'eb.2t-Tile t.- Carrie
with domand. : *
evening lower and dull poor a
Saturday
for sale
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morning bill was. reported out ; l has gone: couplet-: :sacemi
sheriff of Taor.ilIe.thL! ? Call reciprocity lard, $ I.-HI ribs, $y.
charge: of Nurse Pork, $17.SI 1I; ;
Cariaxal in ; listadUtcn
the here
omatoes soldiers !- committee to- at placed in a ttau'ariurn
to rush 230: by the senate finance -- /i
asked the governor lottDinip:e. Man,nun, 0?. Hog rn t' pts were htaand /
Smith' be the -
where sermstrouble : Twootes were taken, the firstto \ is be texed to 1
to that place! day. Seals I ,'d, Itretihen, H:ib. the in irk 't \\. "k to tt'1 11 lower C at RIDERS ARE BUSY with
Toodles MG1II conmxtoa i
Peppersre Is threatened by Ti mine report favorably, which was loot, I ; -ut!: of overwork in
: T : CHae tie weak
sei-ond to report : bling Bessie t tit* i\ Uosom were : lit" crusade a :ail -t lays or and to-
o' and the
*tnke The so'die! :s, !fft at 11 seven to six, _.
clock this forenoon. tle bill adversely: whi<'has - -- DESTROY MORE I PROPERTY gilt't't t <

Always Fresh. : lost by the tame, : vote, stxtnto !
also TRAIN- :I '
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OF
CONDUCTOR .
FAMOUS INDIAN DEAD; ., six.It i SERVICE.i -- -- 'I ,
---- T KILLED BY NEGRO.: 11 ; If'It i.i
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- KILLED 600 WHITES. is 1 believed U will be iiulkssi-. MAN WHO DECLARES INTENTION. I Ii. t1 t. -

I ble to reach a vote on the nu istirt l ap i t CROP OF TOBACCO -i i ,\TLXTGa.. Feb 24-Condcctor .;..t i j
LAWTON, Okla. Feb J4-QuuiihParker th week. OF GROWING I Central 'f : .N
AYTONASTORAGE I in the senate & W \\ Thompson o the I
the famois chief of the I __ I \\t make it a point that every bus LOSES HOME ON KENTUCKY of Georgia railroad wa> mortally t'r, I' '...
of ladiaie and rePuted NO CHANGEIN "q ';
CO. Comanche trite STILL uies:> transaction with our pa'ronsshall I.wounded near Camak tins i lDorniag
to be a mill o: aue', is dead of VOTE AT ALBANY. r + FARM. whom hkilVd ale was i. 'i"" ,
: bx negro ,
a
each . -
want : !
pneumonia. Parker is i crodittd with ; bo satisfactorxe t f .
whenfired the
JOHNSON. Mgr L15NFeb. .'4-Ou tlu Oitrd:: >allot I I EXI GTX. KFt b. J4 The trying to toll it a fare t"
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leader I
killing 600 white men- when the d coffee( tlUgI feel that they are free toI I 1 I
( your one to
taken tod)', f i-ie wa i I o cent 'nJy night riders are again on the rampage negro
of his warlike triibut for manx I :

----- sears he has lived a uulized; life !I change I morning, or was it a flavorless mp I I come to as in aU matters where oar !I The in tins home part of one of the farmer state.who had I FINAL LORIMER ASSAULT :. .J 1.)

I of colored water'? You would al-' and advice will be ol; declared bis intention of growing. -- I is MADE BY'BEVERIDCE.! : I

250 PERISH ON SHIP I ...................NN401NOH.NNNNN \ coffee if wife o experience of tobacco this: season.was i'': 11r 1
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STRUCTO WHICH BURNS AT SEA ways enjoy) jour your value and assistance. I I' A large crop \VSIHN'C.TON.. Fe'M:! -SenatorDexendge :..,.l
I STOCK MARKET REPORT ] blown up with dynamite last \! .
DAILY bought it here.Persuade : i is making hs final assault it b; t ;
; CONSTANTINOPLE, Feb.21The i i All members of the family r ti'
.Y/NNNd When we speak of the "SorTtce'rendered night. on the right of Iruwr to hold! his 4: J',
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Turkish steamship Harriet carrjine her to come in and .; escaped: Utjordeis by night riders" seat in the nited State-mite to- i' .: > I \ '

250 Moslem) pilgrims was burned at 'E\\. TORE Feb. 24-The stock blends. to customers we mean the : have been reported from other counties -I day. Hans senators 'left the fkjf,r. t!lt

*.ea. All on board perished. market opened today with a ll'ragelosses whiU make a trial of our delicious best service-aU that rou can reasonably ; in this part of the state : :

of three and four points, I I I' < -r I
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Reading was ofi six points Manj' I expect: from your bank. Om LONDON MARKET EXCITED I. t HJ
I CHUKHnruggist; ; tl'
stocks were thrown on the market I | BY RULING IN AMERICA '\
nks affected hundred and one r P.IONF> 1N '
.J adversely service includes a 1 tresrtl :.t
industrials were '
( and the LONDON. Feb Jl ITht.meritan 1 I nNtti 3 .
brokers sending in hurrj' ,' Daytona. Florida. ; ; !
with I which to malt increased railroad : .
i market CONRAD GROCERY little details;, all of go ruling against the I

calls: for margins. Later the ',i I rates resulted in a break of from / t loodEverything. r. b. \;.., .
recoxeret : ,
tone and "satisfied customers.If ; ;
showed a better of our patrons stock
{two to six points: in American r
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lowest
We receive shipments about two points above the with this today and the market became wildly : '
our 13: have no business! :
Cotton wag easier at eight to you ;. ,. \\1.
excited.
I lof Candy every week so COMPANY'PHONE will a' ; /l.; : -
lower. appreciate
bank we feel 1 confident you 1 to be found in ,,
to it nice At I30: ocock today moH I Lyle Lyman had a slight returr ' '
you are sure get first-class h '
are to twclHinth the Service we can reider f' -
averaging one brought
stocks were 61. i t lof the hemorrhage Thursday
I II.
and fresh-Huyler's, Nun- the low point and the hmi-e'f' but : / f
above --- -- -- [ on by t hrs over exerting Store j
t. flatly and Norris'- market was stead. - -- Daytona Lodge : i>, reported to be in better tonltoi: Drug I. : .,. r., "

ranteed. Ol..n (.10.+.. No. 1141 MERCHANTSBANK ; today and it is thought w ill bright ,:" ai:I I r'i 1 ; ; e
I a Specialty.
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f" "The Great Candy Trio." '.'entral.. .............. $2'2r1. :!I .. bx t"'t'ping'qui el it, r .l f 'tdays. Prescriptions I )
s..w..York..'ref( . ............. W!.' \Ices, S B. P. 0. E. Phone orders promptlyattended tfi ,
A Ohio................ 4tst't:' <. ;
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r (l..hL.h'he.a1M\ "II",. ....... .....'.. ..r; 1 Ii P:J Meets Every Tnetdaj I _----- t.t ,. in ,
> ......... .. .... Ia Visiting
E HANKINS The Druggist, Northern. ' I'licltl .... ..jj':! IMI.: .. . Members Evening Invited I While cr It.bet .; it... ;
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'- X AT THE PLACE Itt..tli1',1 I'ndUO...... .......... 1i'nton = 111\7.::. A, .. T. E. Fitzgerald. C. R. A. D. McBRIDE President Vice President : refer"" r.I Free Delivery. \
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It 1111 rT .....r IGEO.WRAY Dealer i o II I r-I DELAND, THE ATHENS:- OP FLORIDA- 1--eI) ',. .



PIANOS ...dPLA the seat of
county
DELAND -
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TEll PIANOS VOLUSIA ----------- STETSOR

; Coacert TaaerPIA is situated 23 miles southwest of

I Q OS FOR RE TLJo COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the latter NIYRSIj1

BANK city by an excellent hard-surface DELAND, FLA

road recently constructed.At Four (Collee and I
DEL.D, FLA. T-c.-bnlral: Hchoo.
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DeLand is located the John B. Equipment
c,. I TO nEndowmen' ,. $COatIng -
of the leading CJA
II : ,.. ......... -... HOLMES' Capital $100,000Surplus Stetson University, one saiqm1j ReFatL
M, J. t
_- educational institutions of the acuity of 411 Pro.:
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:: : $50,000 ft-ssors and in Land was
77 for __ M Soath. Because of the interest in structors ('hrL
I >tTan, Thursday vO'Boyle.
but
.;.. _-____ EXCHANGE MrBRlDE, matters educational DeLand is knownas non-F4t'c.-tart&J1
.... A. TeachIng. recHot
.. -.id"nt For
: Pr.
-: a 11.1 tln.1 th. 1I".t. "The Athens of Fiorit" Information.,
quantity. --_ IN'uuttrt : = ).
.r : .!"ft.,!. J. B.OONKAI."President Stetson University ha?a faculty of Lincoln Huflay bath
Vlc
MILLS'European ,
; ,'lIln:: II lid : ", :: % Ph. '
:__ H. A. Wool, 50 professors and instructors. Thereare 11.1.LlJl.1>.

J isisi Cashi.r.DREKAtmS!! over $400,000 in buildings and Prtohldt' \V. H P*
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Restaurant
equipment; nearly $300,000 endowment i Hart of Wo

...................u I.!I By L. C. DEMAREE. Tact must be apparent to the most ; a Carnegie Library alone rep Cypress stn

superficial: observer. With such lavish resenting an investment in building j.i.Attorney. ?PfRKINS[ by 168 feet:
> One of Daytona's crowning glories
: SHOES AND FURNISHINGS i I is her incomparable beach. No BUSINESS AND1 I I wealth! of natural beauty it be- DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than I hart will e

.4 came an easy thing foi the hand of 120000. The library is the United the coming.
: It Pays to Trade at :I one whs haj ever set foot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS I STORE andCounsellor
i jr-a-n to give the finishing touches States Government depository for the
S Peck's Bargain House : smooth, packed sands; no one who I vthich have wrought out the colors i 'WANTED
: e'ver pedaled a bkycle over its ex- I EVERYTHING} State of Florida, and contains over

: 12 South Beach Street. :' no one who ever drove aPT and oaliaea of the big picture. i TO EAT: 15.000 volumes. Science Hall, one at Law gage. AddnW.

.*.... S1.Isisi.....B.l.l.iov I panSv lncI;15; pailof horses and listen # Man did all: this in the laying' out i TO TO WEAR USE, of the newest of 16 buildings, with II Pe

isi ed the of their steel shoes of the streets with their wide margins t its furnishings, represents an outlayof
.i.: .isiii.isisisieii I to popping : Will Practtw eold to Jay<
........................a* j of parkage. The entire city becomes: -A Elizabeth Hall is one of la
: LING WAS-CHINESE LAUNDRY upon its asphaltum-like face; no one U I Heading Koom, $60,000. Htate and JIL. a lot 0{

tij Dress fOe Whirls REACH ST.liiNljiht:. DAYTOHA.Hhlrts H.A.in I who ever steered a high-power automobile : E.S.HALL :I 1 a STf.it park with driveways inter- Elevator Service rKest the most beautiful college buildingsin FederalCourts frontage of

II. White Hhlrts WlWoolen Shirts ID down the broad stretch of : 1 cot tint, mles: upon miles! of -, Room the South. 168 teetcommtnce :'

a. Check New Shirts Hhlrts 18 8Undershirts|drawers s 8Hhlrtsoollnrntt. ( wave-washed) and surf-packed sand : Architect and BuilderS ::I'wa's. ho good as to atfac-t drin"l G.A.DREKA4CO.Yolusiajouoty: ,The city has a population of about : t!|

.S Oollarrori'uffs! .:J'itt.ocks.: :iHunilktrchtefs. INT pair n S I bu!: realized that It f Js a world beater : 3W Palmetto \v.DAYTONA. :.: I: from all over the contim. )IF-I.\-i 1>..F'L.-\ 3,500 with a thickly settled country DJL.-\: D, FLA. galow on ht4Bargain

Ljwlles clothes at corresponding prlc> : a world-wonder. Go stand upon : FLORIDA. And as for the pavemnat, adjacent. DeLand proper is five

..iiusUisi.i.i.isisisie tnis wile speedway and see the happy ............ ...............; tumults that. look and act like pa\'e-I miles east of the St. Johns River, on ,

Bush.......M.Hl.l.l.l.l.I souls flic by in Joyous mood and --- - j I where else: between the eastern the high rolling pine land of the WRIGHTINSURANCE room cottagj

-: answer whether this is not one of and we..,tvrn seas are t'<> many mil*'si great "Orange Ridge" of Florida. mondson &
B. C. THOMPSON Agt.U t. i u.Iei i.ioiIIsi USIIISI '
: :I the seven modern wonders. Ui I i in proportion to inhabitants? The AbstracLC i iIbrt The "predominating. products are ney. Seabre j
,
: LAMB ENGINES: : The Placid Pellucid Halifax River. i : W. C. CROWNING M. D. j ]pavemcit question statds with the oranges" and grapefruit, the estimated
I TI
.HUPM011ILESD I I tireet. one of the chief drawing FIch' I'r'sld..nt AGENCY [)r U
: General Medicine and fury l 11.1':111,11.: .. Merrttury crop from this vicinity being over
: Given at Any Time. :I Where think you is water with more : Obstetrics I cards. Till some unheard of place und Treus. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes JBrien. who

: niONK : picturesque surroundings? Nearly a U Offloi Hours: I::OtnJ;:a>. 7 to x |>. in. IS reports more and better Daytona peaches, pears Japan persimmons, Prtncf (iC'Dr;
...................i'....., mile wide fringed with tropical vegetation Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. 1 thrown down the gauntet! to the Abstracts Furnished strawberriesand DeLand Florida some .due' pJ
a.1 and Titles'Perfected plums, pecans, guavas I
.si.i.i.i.isisisi...a.....; artistic cottages with roomy .i..u.i.i.uo..isis.si.i I world. other fruits are grown in plenty.In noon (oi deexpem .

I verandas looking out upon her bosom ----- Squirrels, Flowers, Binds and Fruit. "
I the of public improvements
JACOB ESPEDAHL and Insured way OLDESTLARGEST .
: Contractor and Builder gamey /bod fishes in countless numbers I I S I I.i SR SI SI S I S I S I S I S UN I \VhMowr 's shortcomings and are many miles of fine shell roads, an Of ADayroti."> av

beckoning, as it were, to those I: Map". flats and .> c-d:
however indifferent callous |
Designer and Craftsman : or even excellent high school, electric lights.
DR. J. E. RAWLINGS :
I with rod and reelher bosom fleck- lllu.-prlnts Huppltcd .
fore
$DprIntends Construction of Build. ; be : the c n-j i I
S : one may to many th.ngs, mere a system of waterworks that is owned
incM. Plans slid *
!Hjxrltletttlonson
.. "Hbort Notice. .t ed with duck and coot. and snowy- : PbysJciaa ud SurgeoaOFFH'K I lliell tiC!! f.f "tIO\\ers and squirrels. HKLAM: FI.K.: the and BEST
and operated by city supplying
: DAYTONA FLORIDA. : winged sea birds. which sit about as : *P0'house J
;
birds; and fruits" will send thril
t a purest little cost.
._.._.._.._.._.._..._.._._,._..._.I_*._I Lf for the sport! of bobbing upon the''' :U ; OYKR I'bont'; KOPAK S. PLAl'K; : : 'I that is reflected rn distended pupils the Nine houses water of at worship testify that ,jJ 0.

.......................... waves; watch that lubberly old UISISSISISISISISISU I and pricked ears. BONDLUMBER For Florida front II;:>
.: white headed pelican! pouch a fat ,. ISISISI DeLand is a church-going community trees. a
.' FARMS
For .t'risitor with
-- - -- e a spare goober .
: OSCAR MICHAEL Methodists
: Baptists, Episcopalians
I mullet and that fish hawk struggling lights. 'v
ISISI......t........111115, ihi're is a bunny ready to com1 COMPANY (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES
: : upward with his load he I In good rep
floundering '
CONTRACTOR ,,: U I, and accept your ......ift. lie will sit boltpjTiig'ht Manufacturers of

: Filling and Grading :I snatched from the water : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS :I i I and knaw intn. the meal LUMBER Christians and Catholics., TIMBER or V I. Sm
colored and Methodists
besides Baptists
: Keavy Hauling a Specialty. : See the beautiful launches spick Civil Engineers :I castius furtive, saucy glances at you LATH are represented. TRUCK pins ,I'< ;;,
1 and span, witih! hampers and lockers meanwhileKlowyrs.:: SHINGLES LAND

..........................I bulging with refreshments. both solid : DAYTONA FLA. :I I Usually fresh and booming MOULDINGSAwnts The graded. school offers a ten Kf ml for Bargain with n .-- all

..,,!\i \! i'i and liquid! ready for a cruise upon th S Etihli.h.'tl: 1"5.; UU : years' course and the building which Hbt"et to Ellis: (oi t|
the 'round
remind
year you are
M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. I beautiful surface. Take out your field .IlI0ISII1IIllIIISISIIG.0 i I ed of Goldsmith's couple! where Mabury's Paroid. tooling Paints {. it occupies is newly furnished TI COUIDTOTIEfl months join h.. ui left' :]
of the most
and is
'glass and sweep the river from I \\ hi to.hulUVinentado throughout, one
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Smiling spring:' its curliest visit paid B:I I' PIn.-t,T I. to Si \u: |
MILLINERY I; Onnond bridge to Ponce Park B.IOBI.BOBB.B.B.B.RB.B., I, .nd summer's lingering blossoms c.or t"\'I"', Brick commodious and best equipped public COl'ELANI -
I light house then say whether the S UI Loud Sand brick schools in the State. ,. pn.baOlJoi
i I Iy E. L. STEWART are delayed. later
Halifax isu't a thing of beauty anda : Ip;I.-\-i n. FLA. ; The trip from Daytona to DeLandis ). put Itf
/4 N.. 8 Beach St.. Daytoaa, Fla. n Physician and Surgeon In one .Y<1'tI roses of varigated hue little FLA. leave 'ogetlAylni.
joy forever, and one of the modern made by automobile in a
S .. UU I
Special Itttrlitk-n todiM'iiv tul l th ;l-redoimnatt ; another household hasa .', an]
!\ : wonde/J. i.ye.: I-ur.: Tli ro t amid 1 NOMottu II over an hour, and there are many
., --- antI' rfsldeiuMniinolla :ivmn :rd :1 : penchant for the i>oin(:etta and thepremi's LANDIS & FISH
:x!) @ drives in the of the THE
The U door "''t.>! of P.O.. h'I."hc.'n. "-:i.Ottlff aflame pretty vicinity .
Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge. ; ; re ; another Ls hidden UIST
/ ) : hours:ii u. a,. toS. II| in. :I, Attorneys at Law county site. A good road leads to
/ East FloridaTelephone J wood. in a jungle of tall cane. Varietyis GORDONGARAGE 0flVt.O oetSmyrna \|
Practicing In Mil ,
F' IIIISISISISIIISISIIISIIIIII DeLeon Springs, five miles, a historic
the spice of life and here is where htate mind Kt-Utrul : 1--"
!. Ridgywocd avenue Is upon the crest Courts ; spot where 60,000 gallons of water I Ii
I Company you find it. :M II (irort;t|
: of a broad: ridge. straignt as the crow >I.......................... Hpecinl Investigating facllltlt'S and for i bubble from the earth every minute. ,
U The birds flit in. and with their parti lJlan'Ii'
flies and the wide spreading branches ro-rr.'tlnlC titles I From DeLand automobiles south I The
Connections at Daytona I: I I : DR. F. H. HOUGHTON : joyous notes help to give fullness 11..rASI', KI.A. go DeLandHeadquarters
the
of heavy-trunked live oaks extend to Osteen 18 miles on shell and
I : I .
and symmetry to the picture.As .
) : :
for LOng Distance rointsI | their giant arms across:: the mag1nificeul marl roads; the St.Johns is crossed by

\\'fta forming an arch and :;: .. fBSSk DentistU for fruits, choice citrus fruits, ST'ART&Isaac{ y I ferry near Osteen and cars can then for

tPI H. C. I) UII.lJoffice in Vk Hloi-k IS. I'aytonaields: : : the pain to none for AutomobilesAGENT
THOMPSON Mgr. from these extended
arms great festoons liioNE32V..4: End: Houth ISrltlg.- UU A. KtfwartKKford continue to Sanford and Orlando by
iI11 : of Spanish moss sway as the | IIIIIIIIIISIIIIIIIIUSIIISII quality arid quantity per acre. There : lily hard road. There is shell road FOR
-- --- - --! trade winds .1........................ ure srcrt-s LINllI b1J1IJ1u from the tropic seas at Law from DeLand to Orange City five
fan them. Looking straight ahead : to tht city; branches bendingto timid Noturlcg Public miles, and a good road from DeLand Cars andRunabouts

H. T. McCLELLANmliii ) :lown this white! shell street one has : T. i K.= "'Itlj:' raid K.: .... Oati-s I the eith:: with their burdens of IH-I.\ND.' FLA. to Lake Helen, a distance.
the impression of a fairy path with Im-'ous! tlden! globe! which for i 1 1I
I FITZGERALD & OATES : ; !
Mill Work lfiisn draperies. but as you move Lt-auty. proflicary and all desirable .E

1ong' and cast an eye first to the : Attorneys and Counsellors. at Law J quLltit.stuld! truly astonish you. J. A.ERICKSON. BOM SMMJHCK CO. Arthur<,. HmiiltnItoyul
I 1't1..uallo'llt.1< ': for Kxaiiiinnii P.HawIlaHAMLIN
| ;: UU
I I 1E II1 Write or ask him about anything <. Tight and then to the left you see nixl IVrf. ,'tuij4 Ijuul Tit I.-.. The Fastest Autos and The Finest I

II I U you want mode of wood Everything $ distinguished cottage homes in tho | : "ttU'.. In('out raid! I lUillillnu.I 1'lion- I 1SIIIIUSIIUSIIIIIIIOUGIIIII: Out. & CO. Light (iranite Buff, Red awl

nut the best :! most delightful settings. I Largest !Nttv.-k of : Drab Urick
I Thfev iTh; world wonder do 5t>i: Pianos
,
Organs and
I II ".rtb Ridgewood Ave. Phooe'123 I See th-j glistening leaf of the grand . .t'k' t., liiC. whether from .Mi*.!wu: .:wing Mciiic! : .I I..::. ::1..:' I.: :.,..: '.' 'ri-a.:'" l'r..nOt( "" ', p- &
\ -
: \ j.i.J ,
magnolia! which nature has vanished (i.-. ,,.>. \--.I S .'.' ... .'. ....__. ,. : : r I-I.K; : t l'rvt'
... . .. ; <1',' f-:'.-u )l 1tme. fron Kulanui.'oo; i ?''litn! uf .1"(1: \I.: I AKK: ill: l.i.N.. 1-I I \.
.. . . . .' ; v I
t
Ig, !tI. ; \ ( \ ( ( \: as irt's's brash ; 1-K.L.VN: : 'a.l.h.|1.i \. HAMLIN
no could! I and ;
ever
; DR. J. P. ESCH "
,
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thtiabbigp! palms with their burdens : Physician and Surgeon t :'{' :;, \\ 1'; re tIi' at'. iti- !'tp\; \ml! b.: -----," LAKE: HELEN

!I PICTURESQUE{ { PORT GRAM I sotthe'If;t showy lovely fruit: !hollyvih ard! swaying its v.us: ; 4 1'.."\ -''i'-i l'r-\ fif ", t .\!-- .....1" of I silt.!' ..I! ..s broken \'. ,t.l! t \ ;':.. ;"'', ,;" ;'i1l.zt. : I II i ,"",\.l4 Lt.T'I I : I. S-rrovn.t1 by several;: prUty lakes Attorneys

exquis; ,, and
f :>' K: imivii. "m. "111- : : Ii. -tti J .\ute'l.! !l i _'_' t .. t . .
:iteUry l ; .see the climbing vine* !, i.i..4 t I... ; "p.,111. 'h'l!, ; lr .' \ . :' ,... . .u 1 jjcarvicd: by lofty: yaic trees is Counsellorsat
I II.A'II. f-T. :i'lJ fit" 1.11'! >L :> i>:; t. > I-1- '
POUT OltANtiKKituattxl : hR : tit ri.)t in the trees the Lake; : Hcleu<< \viutcr resort of no Law I
J.rt.tty II l'It,'1I.m.t" PORT : I forms wiiich; see gain a cryjoifttuja's foothold *- ..... .\...... ...if ,e.. ..... !' .........,. :': .c ,,' d tt!: t..t b:; .\\ .::' .I., ;:. \' ; ,.I PKVGCiSTSi ! I l.ivic iniortia.e.. Camp Cassadajja.

llvr lilt I.-> i ORAri6f:1 -tt1'i': !: i !iirtt.a' ; !! ..t'r; I t't'i:i ti!;' i itjtni J'\.i: :.. .r3 : !
: the oaks ..... . > '. .. a spiritualistic camp-around is situated
ju great and .
sait-'ly ! '
! ' ! i--
.
I M>utliof IKvlorn on >.u.d< Of fitis' ..II't .:>. It:1S: it | I I't I \'S I' F1.A.
the IytoIinMu.yrna s. w pfcms: and surely :you will join in I I i i\ \ : M.V uc-u- Lake Hctcu and at this
I HOUSEl The Manhattan Cafefor t tm1.t'ii>:: ; sfoW'uth a i (>'.jjantl> !
place several hundred
lianl Mirfnc the! dorm and say that this is a people make
;::I::t.ll JX etene.EkUiythmg .
road,t h.-M'ntc S Fred Cummiuts world wOnder for beauty. ladies and gentlemen. ; t winter headquarters.: : A luge lumber '
of the Kn.stConst. : : I G. W. Fishcrj "fOU T AIN'S"DJtL.
highway
I goes, from a ::-hurs.-j null and the largest bnck plant IU
Thf! town 1,. Owner ud Maaater Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage Regular Dinner 11 to 1:30 Daily. i I II
,
power up to a JVU-hotye! power and j I DrugCo. the South are located at Lake Helen. ..\ l>. F1..t.
l'atf'4 on th 1IIfill : Short Orders. Box Lvacbes. i I
Homes. l degrees of *. d from
Rlv*>r, niut h ;) Everything Fresh. I 1&tjI .sl a canterto I Drugs, Stationery, I ORANGE CITY
Df'CW with th' Special Attention Shown to Ladies. ; a towiIeaminutclip.. You will! I ClothingFurnishings
PORT ORANGE Xo one of Daytona attractions : I Iluylcr's Candic.sI
"ulusula OPP8iU"IIY. I pu.baby! catch the spirit: when you : The principal attraction around
perhap' commands more nearly universal THE MANHTTAN CAFE I Kodaks, Cigars
a bridge. do the roads and the beach I
are yours Orange City is the handsome Shoes
The town Is well IIfACIILots attention and praise than does 38 South Beach Street I : rlANl. 1"--i: : many -J JI
The Florida! sunshine is fre the golden orange The
groves. town
laid out find ha)! the artistic is
,
cottage The owners of 1; !'
\.t @ I Ii
for Sale. "ualray ocean breezes: are free, the supplied with
many pretty honu-s water" said to be the
A large number of these ('harming'iHas hail from every i bi-rds and squirrels and flow-erg: are I A. H. [ purest in the world
Liberal Terms another ,
tourists and winter corner tit the country and they bring .......................... 'OoIJATI attrac- I
frte, the
founta
Allowed for sparkling water i* hon to visitors. It is at Orange City J
reeldenti make Port their own ardhitectural plans and i
IMPROVEMENTSOcean : When You Are : i jfne and you will have to go down The that over the Florida '
j Looking for passengers East ,
Orange wl nter heud LuNd upon them, and, as the archi- 1 1I
or River I. ,into )'uuralIet only for corn for1 1 Coast ftir-
of theervral Leading Ry. transfer to
ane
quarter ecture of section I carriages and
FISHING one of the country Some One to Do *
:
'
attractionsbring auto. and bed and board.
drive
to Deliud.
Convent* nt to Automobile differs from the architecture of another I GROCER The town is sur-
: th excellent Knre eou.rsv. Tiiis is I.}fanciful picture. ; it's ali rc-ui-slcd by laud peculiarly]
flshlnK.: IU..J Bridge.1'1 so do our hcftnes differ in PrLASlt.: KLA. ': adaptedto
A abort distance ,\ I iv to outward appearance and structural | Electrical Work\ I here. Itb i drawing other thousands: tle cultivation of citrus fruits i I I I't' I ASO. t'LOK D A
WM. C. HOVESAcnt _
and htf'd'ujr them enthralled, will! _
WfI8t :at Port Ortmgeare beauty from one another. There are I rt |I ----- - ---

the remains: of Port (Intl1C:-%, t'ta. no monotonous rows of strikingly charm :aid hold you. Cotue and s<-e. j! ::..........................................4..ee...t:
the old 'Dunlnwton *
PHONE
sugar mill. 8 place similar build'ngs but the eye. as it 14, I -- .

that Is visited every 6 woo!>.* by i& treated to a kaleidoscopic -
Port Orange "From the Grove to the Table"INDIAN : THE NEWS I
DAILY
year by bundn-d*of change which keeps the mind .FORLAWi \ _

tonrUts. One II III.' OYSTER[ CO. wondering.\ "What next?" { RIVER GRAPE :. .
all the country west .
1>. 1 UPOXTiJrowrr It is no:, only the exterior of many FRUIT AND ORANGES :p ..
of Port Orange. "ur- I THE
ELECTRICIAN. *
und Ivaler
rounding the old of the*j homes\ which rivets attention Grown on the Halifax. :. .

mill! was a vast In. OYSTERS CLAMS: and ; wi'.b.c they are models of convenience .. Best Prices Best Work t The finest quality of fruit for sale : Gives Away to _some three persons__ whose J

dlio and sugar cane Pt.Or"nir..-IVftvtonnWL and the fiaishJng! : and furnisTiIng : NORTH BEACH STREET : in single boxes or car lots. Special'' :, mentioned in the
names
The mill were
plantation. i ive evidence of the eleganceand attention paid to filling orders. : :
was operated extentTely cultivation ........ .................. Day
of those who workedit --- very previous day's :
-- -
In thooe early C. HOffESReal ---- MUNROE & STEVENS : paper :

days hut has been la all out. Indeed, it Is the interior .......................... GROWERS AND .
SHIPPERS. :
dUusifor forty ort Estate I arrangement and artistic furnishing w pI .

fifty A \y.ars.ery Interfiling. I InsuranceMOTARYPIBLIC I and shading more than the exteriorappearuuee 1 1I : GROCERIES : Office Next to the Ridgewood Hctel. :: Four Tickets to the Crystal : I

| .
that gives a surpassing .
drive from l'u\tO'UI Theatre and
: U at "hvt- lied id live" : a Merchandise :
charm .
Daytona I
j to pri
homes. -
Is t.y (""'1"1 icu.I.is. : II This fea-: U .t U t:! .........,. ....! -,..! ...........- ..s.f..... I .
I h.- approach o 1th. Port Or.nltr. na.S. i ture Justly merits prominence: as ani : JOHN P. POLLITZ. : : Order for 25 cents on some
.
Port Urn u&! i i other woin3er.Streets S GITTENS & MESSING :: :
brit e, aicroth... S .. .,, : I local!,
,
1 SIIISUIIIISIIISI flCISISIIflISIIIIUSUSISIS1 '! .. I ,,' .' .\ 'II p store. : : : : : : .
..
brM JUISMII: f! throiuh and thn tli S. G. MARTIN and and Pavements Best. the Most I .fllII1IIIJj ; ........ (: ) Fresh Fish '. :.p ..

I'rln'I.11 .I r..1 u' :: McDonald's Boat Yard i- \U X\TT2> Clams.! : .1.'i --- -_ _ _ _ ..
Port oruiit::*' *o thf [Generallterchandise Why th* Architect of the U inverse :U Lstablished: 1903 S 04 .

hrat..t ru.iiof old th'kUfla'. l.-r \ 'chose to give Daytona: the most admirable :: CHAS M MCDONALD. Proprietor :5 and Rose Bay Oysters j! :: Watch for them! your name maybe :
'
milt rfturniux'! t.- I'I the most picturesque naturals :: Railways. Boats Built Repaired : Market on South Beach Street ; :. .

I.uytonat.y$ ; th'r...,1 Pin Orange, n... I ."tting of all the cities of the South 4 4l and : .

on the iuuatzhend.I !I15 not revealed, but that sach is a : :: Housed. : Phone 5 Prompt Delivery; j .: next. :
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FLORIDA A Queer Funeral. I Doge' Publio Bathe I CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIETY IIIIII I _

I J One day some years ago a man passIng : Half the Vienna dogs are terriers. I ENJOYS WASHINGTON SOCIAL. I PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA I

t ofnty 1 along n street In a central district i The fox terrier U: a particular favorite. I'I .
STETSON of London dropped into a :gulf:; that The necessity of the dogs being fre- I The Christian! Endeavor Society:: i I I :

t ofe 1i I suddenly yawned for hlra. lie had got quently washed has led to the establlshment of the Consrgeatioaal; church held a j, NEW SMYRNA is situated fif- ORANGESIf
HOWEAND miles south of Daytona
lat. UNIVERSITY : Into a coal mine shaft: that hid been :1 In Vienna of "dogs' publicbaths" most enjoyable! frolic in Social HailTliurday and is an ideal spot reached want thevtT.v
you
which are to be seen In nil I
bricked over loO before from hard surface road t Is'st
aft i- years: and for I Daytona by a Orange
eHnin
I
DLAND would think ;
of the One
parts city.
Pour Oolleir'ILA'Equipment gotten. The depth of the! shaft! and I CURRIERFLORIDA j: winding through one of the most pic- apply at
.
Technical tkbool I '! the accumulation of foul pas in It precluded that dogs being so popular in Vienna The entertainment committee: under turesque parts of Florida. I! Point Grove
H con they would be everywhere tolerated the chairnai.ship of :Mrs. J. 11. With its ancient ruins dating back ,
the of his forth Redla nd lndlnnttlverOrange
-
tog recovery l body so the
lead. Endowment nearly Stooooe.CdOAOp!( ;, ,Rev. Father M.: J. Curey! of De- i authorities had but such Is not the ease. "Dogs notadmitted" Dunn had prepared: aa interesting to a time when the history of man I: :
borough religious
( servIces LANDS
Faculty of restaurant runneth not interlaced with wires the best In till
the ID Pro > Land was In the city Wednesday and Is the rule at every I II .
lessors held over the hole. The program. st.lt.Grove-
and
]n.structors. mayor of the modern telegraph and tele
:4 and cafe while the trams and
t in Rev. ( XKW: "MMYHAA
visiting Father
but non Christian' ; Thursday J. F. dropped a hand-aime u-n-nth Into It. omnibuses are also forbidden ground Intellectual anJ progressive. games FI.OltJlI'LEIDERSDORF A phone, its miles of shell streets as situated 11 m
own Teaching.NeMaryaII ,i' O'Boyle rector of St. Paul's church. and It was once more covered up and I were played! and everyone present hard and smooth as a floor and overarched j i from Daytona om
For and In the parks and squares dogs M. the [)ayton.N.w
Information, arched with brick. had time. I by hoary forest giants that <' KoaJ.
address a rapid fireing: good Sm>rna ,
be led.
must London Globe.
-
;
Resident '
ty of Lincoln Halley.' \ Hot baths. Hooper's Barber Shop. I I Miss: Carrie: Chaffer rendered two Agent grew in stately grandeur during the Prices Moderate
of centuries, New<
lapse bygone
Ph. Town and
D.
trc Litt.D. .- .. ; --- violin electiors.. accompanied o; FERD
and President LL. D. .1 1. ../.. ';:f W. H. Peters has so':d to J. H. '***.*** *** ********....*********+*********4******** the piano by :Mrs.\ Gai'or. I Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNProprietor
{ ,. of Wood county, Oho a lot on Property and rest. I
Hart
dow Miss: Dainter amused: ; the crowd
\: ; Cypress street w11h.50 feet frontage I Irish All nature here is very inviting to i j ,
rep- 1 i with a pleasingly! rendered reel|
ding, J. I. PERKINS 2>y 168 feet In depth, upon which Air. Cement Sidewalks I 'itation. j I the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here I

than .;:: Bart will erect a bungalow! during I Everyone entered into the undignified -' R. S. MALEY too is to be found the best fishing and '
,
coming summer. I in the state of Florida. I II
/tcd the rough and ready game of FlyI hunting I

the Attorney andCounsdlor Al''lTED-UOCO on first mortgage .. ..I I ing Dutchman after which interest GeneralHardware The people are thrifty, the bus;- :
over centered about the hot choco'ateand ness men enterprising, and all unitein j
one at Law Address X this office. 68-tf : By the Foot or Mile : cake with cherries in the icing. I II andBuilder's extending the welcome hand of : jI

.j A few old were indulged in' There I
.
songs hospitality to strangers. are
'
with
few
W. H. Peters a days: since I
tlay Will Practice Instate k sold to Jacob (,t'. Zelg er, of Amboy, i -Mile Preferred......... : and the jolly crowd broke up at 11. i I five church edifices for white peopleand

lie of and -' .J1L, a lot on Cypress street with a .. .. I I I Supplies, an equal number for the colored j
dings FederalCourts' .frontage of 50 feet and a depth of For Sale or Rent. I Ij Furnitureand population; the town has an excel i

;., .f 168 feet. Mr.\ Zaglcr! will at once .. .j The handsome; cottage and lot w'th lent high school. a splendid public '
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about .9nntry 9. commence the contraction of a bungalow i > flowers, fruit and shrubbery corner UndertakingNew library, aad up-to-date bnsiness J H'H'i

TiLAND: FLA. on his purchae. i j A. Vande VordJ Daytona Beach j j Peninsula Drive and Halifax avenue. houses I i

five I Apply to Dinghain & Thompson, Day- SmyrnaTHE I There are any number of pretty 1' c

'r, onI :j Bargain, quick sale 2's acres 6 ..****..*..**.....*.****.**.......*.....*..*.****.*** toiu. ttefritfv4t: I' homes for the permanent population, I G
I the WRIGHTINSURANCE j '_' room cottage in city. Enquire Ed- --- _. II I which numbers close to 2000. and I'
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& Donnely: or Chas. Ken. I! i '
mondson some fine winter residences. STATE BANKOK
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ney, Seabreeze. 6S-tf # I There are good hotels and boardinghouses

S hated arc '.'. I THE DESPLAND HOTELWILL 1AUTO: OWNERS ATTENTION |i : OCEAN HOUSE where you can find accommodatious ,:' 1
NEW SMYRNA
AGENCY [ :
over Dr. R. T. Ilislop: and M.I L. O'- I F. W. SAMS : to meet your requirements. !j
Erien, who have been making the I .1 nj : New Smyrna is as fine a '
peohs HOLD A : .I'.It 'PHII-.It. Adjoining JOHN I T..HAMMONDIV. .
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Prince George their headquarters for ,,, '* ., section of vegetable land as can be Ul. ntJi:0. _
Inn. ilSu-.t".l: with :
Y \111111'JII1 !
; I ,, , , Rates: (; : L. HKANNING _
DeLand, Florida some time past, left Thursday after-: '/! : t j d."III"':""I"t'ur":111'0.: :'' found anywhere. This land has been: ,
ernesenty. : fiend! II.i> li--i.I fxpi-riiii'-ntlii. on r.i-hl.T z _
for :Xlerritts\f Island, where $3.00 Day !
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i noon they ".IK-: \.i\i il.1.I tir--. t'"Illu.d 1 till k :it per divided into small farms which can
1 r expect> to remain until about the first: TENNIS TOURNAMENT ** "\..r with!! !th.'! 1'liint.\tilt! Miil/i: 'oft.'lilt. :. ** Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Some Transacts a ; _
cuts V\ in.M.itn :: Tlnr.1 ':!Iouu. _
OLDESTLARGEST when then will return to'' .. . General 1 i .'
of April |M\IIIII.I.! Y--iir- 01! >-'p.rit.lh.| finest in the stateis
WeekK.llnt of the celery grown
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Is, anights ?' I Mil-ill'' I I! .1-! of -ui.i.-.l t ,-11,101111"'V. "r.. i C _
:...Daytona and spend several weeks Banking
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TI tol.tallrtta. raised thisland. All other
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I f' fore going north. Ki-litni:; Business i iA
wncd _____ j I grow in abundance, and here, _
and BEST -- : s. MCGREGOR, Agent ; NK\V:: SMYHNA too is the home of the famous Indian I I'lr Cent. Intereston
lying For sale at a barsam: ; -Ten rcom1' W. t'I.t'H1I'\I I on lime I\pusitt:
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'' River oranges.
;*, house at 621 So. Ridgewood:l lot 10'') VULCANIZER

that For Florida 't ; front, 160 deep, plenty: of shade i i Cottage Ave. Repairs that HOLD -

eta.I'res. FARMS trees; all Improvements, eectric': For the Guests of the Hotels and for the Cottagers, .*..*..........*.*......*.*. .! ---

cth : lights city water, etc. Everything:; ... .. .. .. **4 *****************
beginning **** ** ******* *** *
GROVES la good repair. Address box 00. 't(, .*..**.......**.*.*..**.** 1
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olics ethos, TIMBER or k V. L. Smith who has been stop-1 I f I t R. H. McDONALDMEATS jI I The Co.
TRUCK MONDAY MARCH SIXTH Joseph Zap
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LAND ,: ping) at the Woodlauu: in ('011lp:1I1).1wtth : I *.
tea his uncle. D. X. Smith and Geo. !
tend sheet for Bargain to ". Ellis for the past two or three !J ENTRANCE COMPLIMENTARYOpen I * JACKSONVILLE. FLA. :
hid; ; I Florida and Western .
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months, left Thursday afternoon, to
most shed THE GOULD10ITEN join his uncle:: who had preceded him j ---------------- -- The Choicest Steaks and t Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor :

} to St. Augustine.: Mfr Ellis will Tournament for Ladies' Singles!! I : The Primest Roasts: J house in Florida. Sole distributors for :
pub- *
[ COd ../ probably join them in that city the Open Tournament for Ladies' Doubles .
Tv|b wh,t want andr Beer i
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i 'pio'if you 4 Anheuser-Bush Celebrated
:' later part of next week and they will ; I. ..... :
eS Open Tournament lor Mixed Doubles will >-ud -avor to that: you get It. *
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IIELAND FLA. :} l leave together for their homes at
little .; Aylmer, Canada. Open Tournament for( Men's Singles I' :. Phone tSPOULTRY\ :. : Special attention is called to the : i I U'___ .j ,.

many "J'...' I : MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT.\ : ;
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I the THE *
"LOST-U. S. regulation: rubier | ntries can be made by 'phone or note to The Despland Hotel or by per .
ds to '! Th l lttvi* vourordt-r t h.-
GORDONOARAGE poncho between Daytona and New I sonally entering names on lists at office. I "iirllfryou :
storic Ix-ttcr fiuu'! : you! haor; t,>ttlii4 : Price lists will be cheerfully furnished.
Feb. ''II. Finder please: write *
cSmyrna; : I I [Citrie. wi 11 close Friday Noon, March 3. Cups will be given to winners. J th,- i-hoi.-. .
watt "... M. B. Broretrom; Key West .Fla.. for I .. ........*..*..*++*...*..+*..8.**....******..*...++**f
manta south The i particulars. 12-21 I .**.****.*****..*.*.*.**.*

DeLandHeadquarters '1, --
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-................---.....--.... THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Peninsula Variety ,: pN-
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Published every evening except ?ia-' StoreDAYTONA I WE SELL, : i'I HO

day, from December 1 to April 1, by r .

!I Sweatersw THE GAZETTE-NEWS CO. BEACH, FLA. J Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of 5 . I
Editor.C. Kxcptlonnl Mon"-ywivlngVuluts "
T. E. FITZGERALD, .
i in lubricating oils on the market. :

S. HARRIS City Editor. I Enamel Ware i

.tl HARRY L. ROOD, Adv. :Manager I .
: Japanese China i I .
GEO. F CROUCH. Superintendent. 4WEREPAIR : L.
j A very complete line of the famous Schmidt Knit i class matter Laces ,
Entered as second .
L. .Sweater Coats for men, women, misses and chili December 1, 1910, at the postofficeat I Ribbons Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. i Greatly Enlar

dren. A full line of Phoenix Mufflers. : Florida under Act of I : : Sides!
i Daytona, Opposite Webster's Grocery Store --- .
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March 3, 1879. Seabreeze Ave. j I I4N : .


: ANTHONY BROTHERS : .... ..;................... .;;.;; ........+....-. I! : Central Auto Garage. i ...
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| Home of! Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes. Z : Complete Machine Shop t I N@....N..N..N..NN....NNNN NNNN...t)0....! j..NNNI

+....*.+.+..N.+.+.+.+.++0+o.+.+.+.++.+.+....N..*ON : Clarendoll d 6 6arge g C Co. REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS BY : .
COMPETENT MACHINIST. ..0..................................................
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.. OPPOSITE HOTEL CLARENDON, SEABREEZE, FLA. Jt IBOND LUMBER COMPANY ..

!i By Rail and River. j I AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. : :ar:: :;; ;Ki'n-; ,, (>. t I Manufacturers of Z :. T:
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.1 1 1N ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER .
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1 .N.....N.. ... Laths. Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling Brick Lime and Cement i. Stockiiflicf !
+++.*!. ... ............**..+....+.. ........... .... --- .r.rtfL : and Yard: Kafct CouM Kallwa and Ornnp Av... i I I

ISSENA Z Thone 83. R. MALBY.. Manager. ZI
COAST LINE.Best SPORTS AT PRINCESS{
ATLANTIC
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Service_ to the East ARE LOOKING FOR TROUBLE.I j All deP
HOTEL ARRIVALSDr. j I I 'I 9999999999999999999999999999999999999W999999999999449 J selected fro

Leave Jacksonville ............T-'IOa.in. I I I
Palmetto Limited.DAILY. ; Arrive/ Havannub. llJiSu.ni.Aupustn } help used tl
6.Vp.in.) LL I CLAIM CLARENDON BLACK' | What's the
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Carrying through Coaches, "" CharlHstou Htchuu.nd..nyton.. 4.17 p.m.: :. I 1 with all the

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{Steepen, Dining Cars. Jacksonville to .. Hultlmore 11', Pill iHdelph.In.ll.r'.lH.in.y.lftn.m.:/) specialist of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is ROPED ARENA WITH THEIR FAVORITE i J
New York. v New.York.... loUjt.m.: a guest of the Pines. i t Summer a<,

New York and Florida Special. Manly Except Sunday. Xo.W" j I TAR BABY. i Use :.......

Description of this pjpubir train d."t' Jacksonville.: ... 1.in, p.m. :Mr. and :Mrs Walter Forman of I
Kjt van nah 5. p.nl. | SKAI'.HKKZE, (-'t b. 24-Tlie Clare
. Boom This, HtHt-Kooni.train conMts l Hlplntr of Pullman, l>lninn ruwlng und IA- 1 rharlt-t-ton........ ............,. Ki'Sp.m.Arrive ; Brooklyn, X. Y., arrived Thursday = 1 of spending your time sweating over a
Richmond 7J'5 i endon tournament wrs a great suo1i I .
a.m. ..
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brjyObrvatlon Quipped with tlmn"(w oars hlKh-: heati-J tpeedbrakrs.and liy fcteain. Washington. .....................11.)11.111. afternoon and are guests: of the Pal I i cess in many ways, but the "old I hot stove these hot days trying to get t. t t

U brilliantly fpeclal'! lights linhted'lieing 1.throughout Jlw'ldtod'for: l.y electricity ench \Ralt,..... I'tnu.rrhflad._........lu...... ....I 1.1.:61"Ut.berth a.m.. metto hotel for a few weeks. Mr. 'I sports" around the house are wondering ] : the family ironing done on time when ..
0 New York 1','II n. K. It. and Mrs. Fomian: are personal: .
comfort In
affording perfect writing hia.itb Ave., srd 1'\1.\ .... \ why the Kev. Ur. Creamer did I
3.i1p.m. can buy an
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at Mrs. you
or for reading ulght.Florida friends of Mr. and Harry '

/ l t-ave Jacksonville ............. 11.1511.01. lIartt>horn of this city.A I not pull off the Vparing contests" ] I r.
and West t Indian Limited. Arrive t huivannah................. 1.WI p.m. that were hooked for the occasion. '; : .

DAILY. Carrying Through .Coaches, Charleston Auptista::::::::::::::.: 5.48 fl.Nlp.ni.) p.m.: :: very enjoyable dinner party was I j Much talk has resulted from this;' I AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRON ..

'' Electric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room "* Klchmond Waifthlniiton.! .:..:::::.:::::: H.4i S.I": :+>=..:::.. given at the Ridgewood hotel February I! ommission. and there are rumors that I' : .. Concede*:

. Sleeping Cars!!!, Dining Cars. Jacksonville' ".. Ba 111 more .... ............K..(i2 a.m. 22, commeraCngVashington's:' ; the "Championship cf; the Ever- I Iglades' |I FOR TNN
W.PhIlHddphlli..I :!ap.Ut. : :
toN ew York. New York........ ...... 1.50p.1Il birthday. The table was very handsomely will have to he officially! i) < .
settled later on. A careful inquiry | ] .
............. decorated with the national .
Coast Line Florida Mail. Leave Jacksonville! 7Vip.m.
such foowers!: of the "game"1
Arrive Hitvannah...... .. ... ...ll'(15( a.m. colors, with roses and violets pre j among : 75 .
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches (Charlbtt........... .. S.lio)ii.m. ''as :Messrs. Thonij-son, Spitzer Vanii: I White Help
f Klchmond ...... ..... .N.KI. dominating. The following: : guests .
and Electric.L? htfod Drawing. Room ".. AV-tshlnjiton .......... .ll.Aip.iii.:p.m. were seated at the table: :Mr. and Duzen, Urooks, Kes ler and Wers;:ille [: $3 .
Bleeping Cars. Jacksonville. to New York .. Itiitnwre. ........... l.-Jla.ni. seems to indicate cud feet on the 'I I The Prince|
\V. Philadelphia. ,... II H.III. Mrs. Amos ]f. King, :M>! s Christian : IO.ISamcf
t I fi\top8ltt :MeaL Stations. \ New York............... .IIH.III.: :Miss : I part of the He,'. Dr. Creamer, who ] : Palm Heiirli
} tenon Sleeper Jacksonville to Savannah. Kling, Marion Ohio .
I Best Trains to the West. :Major A. L':. Fester and wife, Cleveland : learned that his: champion: the "Iliac k | :
1 ", t tI
Plague, larked the nett sary fteain
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Ohio; John K. Price and the
1 I I. i No. I No. host and hostess :Mr. aid; Mrs. John j and had been "training on doughnu : These are the Standard Laundry Irons and are I :..t..t.t.tt
No. :$-'. i I South Atlantic Limited I >o. xt!. Montgomery Route ,llI\i\l.",
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I //t't he feared for
\ I 32 II lid 5Hi 57 \ E. Price, of Columbus, Ohio. f' and near iuntil for sale by
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Lliipm! ,I.,' .. JNt!k.onv111c..Ari $. 5J1111 Hl ;:i.v.. ..
15pnt Ju\.kooolI\"IJI.\r 7.iauie. .
.., ...\tlltntl&. ..... arrivals .he Ps j On the other ham Congresamai! :
"ni Ar 1"lu.5J1m, ;! I H.: "IIII 'Ar. \tlllltoll..r\: ; lv a.9+ pmut.cltle Among recent at .
11..0 pm I."r- .14' . ',Ly: 1'1.,11 Hili 1 .llIplll ,Ar.. HlrmlllJlulllt ..1.,. :t.411 Fletcher. Judge Herkit and Deacon : .
I = I.tem Ar IndhIlUlINII'1..I.;; f.lUulI& ..-11'1'11&' Ar Nashtlll.' .. 1.\ A:!:'am JIm plaud are Miss: J :M Smith, MrsC THtui
11.66 pm Ar .t'llIl'IlIlIlItl... ..1.1 .1111\11& 1.111 HII&r. .. Fransvtlte.: ....i.y'! ::1.'"11m1.1Oam A Cooper, Mrs Harry: Hieh!. Pit s- George of the Princess Issenu, ae: 4 I The Schantz Electric Ice I .
"r.. ... t'hlca L o.......Lv ".:o' p w I i ..N'amlAr.hLl.lnds." .. ...l.y. \I.UlI'1II) doing a great deal of quiet chuckling : .
1 I i t+:d/aui/ ... ...chkllu..L':: 6.'IIJlIIII : burg, leo A Corwin and! wi'e, :Mrs ) .
I I Viola .Worthijipton, Mrs Regu-ir;: I and claim it was not the dmighn! its 4 .

w I Dixie Flyer Route I XO.1.\.'\. No. 1+t. I Seminole Limited i I Xo. 1 1.lI.t.Opm Kidde. Detroit J H R-iff.ery. Ja k. that chilled He,'. Dr. 'reamer's p> d- : and Water Co. .. Y

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sonville, William Peabody Columbus surreptitiously .
, j : ''I., .. .JIIk tlD'lIIt'r. 7aliant H.-II'JlIII' 11., ..JIIC'k"on\"IIIt'.Ar.. 'lItl tin O, :Mrs I, IJ lliobe, Chicago, Mr and way. 7L
10.26 pin Ar.\Varcross......ln 5.10 ant 111.45 .... ; .
JlIII I."r" 'IIJ''ro..s .LvI 5.11I'1\11 breeze Tar liaby" in the hand ofj = ,I
{ 4. 7 atMat\ Ar..I \tllIl\tll. Lv H.4t1pm t.t! ,''UIII -\.r..AII"II1\.I.t" LY.aw Mrs ItV BirdseM! Germantown, Pa, : .
Lee Ar..... irvant.vllte..Lv I\t.:.5 1i.sant: .. .. the I'rince Issena combinat'on of'' .
pm Hm tAr. lrll&llIghlllll.. "\' 1.4i(I Jill John L Haney, wife and chi'.d: M'esMary +svzsaoh
.d+ e.4aamAr.... 1'hlcago.: .. ,1.\' li51pnl' ..... r+ e.
1,I 1.2J MOl .\r...... "'t. Louloi ...-,....ij f"'ispill) ..1.SantlAr./'hlcago:111111I) Ar......Ht. l.ouI8... ...Lv9nnPutl.I.v11.Vpn1For I : Haney, Mrs G Gr lIillt-r. Ke-: fight fans had developed! into a real I Ii ; .r---r: .

I I wanee, Wis, E G Davits and wife: I "chmup" and stood; ready to back ..
Rates, Pullman: .: s rvatfons and Information Call on or WriteA. Somen'ille.Ia: n, Miss Rose C i him to a genteel 1 tare-you-well.: It in'': ( a

W. r ITOT, Division Pass. Atl. W. D. STARK, Traveling Pass Atf. Franklin, East Orange, N" JIrs: also said that the Clarendon crowd ISouthern Railwayl ..

<38 WEST BAY 9E' T JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Seyinan Scott, Onen'.a' X Y. of quitters heard of the "try out" in''' .. -

t the engine room of the Issc-na in i I .

t a .NN.,1....s1N. ...................e...............N. Late arrivals at the Prince George which the "Tar Uaby" pat out nine' NORTH, EAST AND WEST .

STEAMER- include :Mrs H S Bal'.ard, Mn. W J earring mates one after the o,her ; s.t.t.t.t.ti
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Gardner, McKee spcrt, PaIi.s.s: in just trine miuutes a-id 4.:. seconds:
Tomoka River == Fast Vestibule Trains Daily ==
: Cherokee II Eleanor Armstrong, :MrsV C Armstrong and never started! the (presperation. 14 .t.t.t.t

:Mrs J S Merri \eather, le-) The night of the Is-ena "champ"1 I 411 .
Font FROM
: .1.1j catur, Ill, Air al.dIrs: JC Sumtoe taking his regular morning run up !II ..

j : DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. : and daughter Rochester: X Y, Mr the beach to Ormond and bas k bee I j i i I JACKSONVILLE"The ..

1 j : and Mrs John Seizing; and daughter, fore breakfast is said to have hada .

The largest fastest and boat t Detroit, :MrsC It Teal and daughter/ very discoumgiiiK i effect on theRev. N
.5 1 ; only stopping at the .
Terre Haute, hid, C B Helm, wife Dr., who had the plans of the I I Florida Special" 7:40: a. m.1 .

: upper cabin. tJ and daughter Iockwocd( Ill, \\'111I "Clarendon tournament": ui' ely! : "The Southern's Southeastern Limited" 9:00: a. ..

.. I Stuart and w ife, 'anton, 0. C II tucked away under: h't1! hat. I II i iUut :: .

First-class Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin. 1 Khoder aid wile. Kan-as: City, l-' M: the end is not -'et. The "T. r! t "The Florida Limited" S'-05: p. m'l .. Steam MeatPalmetto

*. and .1.1V Conners. Bar Itart, or, \V I Haltl1> fit as a fiddle: and l'.. d 5 "The Atlanta-Jacksonville Special" 8:50: ..
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\ ......+..........+............... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .- .- .-.-.- ........- i: Arthur Kirk, Atlanta, Ga. Mss J(:se I II weigh: in at ring: side! at 140 1 onn<;.- : .i p. .

I IhiieVilsoa, Cie.o.i: M'S-. ) Th,- "lla! -k Plague' it is sikl, \\a- :, _ _ ----5 ..

Both Alike One Way. KinCleveland.: !! : 0. X .1 Ca'r(.Ir'j I tit..l !goiiij: ;;; s'(}I1h: oft: a freight (t-i: 1 i iuu I9 I .
"I shall wed ," said A.And Steamers U.S.A. .
1 money Dalton! O. a ticket fund; ,h-..i liy the ltiDr r g PullmanDrawin; Room Sleeping Cars to* Atlanta. Ahvillc. CII. 'lnn..h. r
i I J shall, marry I ltK.Kl, Mid B. m .
"You will tied It the same In your I The I lss na 1 Much\ are spor.s. a: d :, :9 Chicago, Cleveland, Colorado Springs. Detroit Louisville and Nc* York. I :
AND *)II t.b-y show in the aftt'noon.I I nUa iy to the Cltin-id-: q.iitiu-r.s: . A
dally lives, !':11t Ie. Constitution' = : .
"HowTMiiette A. plus B.J ltciufful: prizes. i:-1t "Uring on anything you hi\e: lilt k' : .

J I ".Ionl' tan, "u know. grinned I or whit, male: or female, young or 5 SOUTHERN RAILWAY DINING CARS I .t.t....t.

C. "and liKknl will: toll..'-Toledo Blade. are now running betweenDAYTONA old: -anything datou't break this'" j ja
Feb. 24 In American History. ; .
; hay scales will be taken = -
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and 1813-Cai\taro James: Lawrence, later i t t
= =.ocu In the meantime the He,'. Dr. In.-: t .
t ro the hero of the Chesatoake!' | with i I .
; PALM BEACH taken. to his bed to escape refereeing City Ticket Office, 108 West Bay Street, Jacksonville. Florida .
o the Uornet captured the British i
: j JJ The Attractive Way II I I the job hat has been put up on him ; I .
brig Peacock off the South American .
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i I and the status \ .IX. .I.\n..J: : : :. ,.. ,it. 'I'KITIT.I : I I H,
.1 : Leaving!! Daytona Saturdays and cC'8LISliHll'ert quo promise to remain S A. t.. .. A.. t IniiYii. ;n. I.! !1'. 1..I!., i -..i II;. Kin. .
: Fulton pioneer in steam undisturbed: until somebody can ) SituatedOcean. t
',I North and West 1 j Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. navigation died; born Ii;:;. 1.'ul'l| be dug up by the Clarendon bunch to I Il ))99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999STEAMER + It haj

: bound South. ton beau: active life as an nrtisL l blindfold} and back into (the riiiK ,! : are large airy

O Leaving!! Palm Beach Saturdays In early manhood he abandonedart with the l Issena "Tar Baby" ]I .-----.........---........ .. on vice application is admir.
South Atlantic Limited I and Tuesdays at 9:00: m. for the calling of civil engineer i. i Admiral DeMuth and Co!. Bo C'liBo' .
bound North. a and with the patronage of j are at.rk injecting: new cuurage : .t.t.tt.t.t I

Leave Jacksonville 8:15 pm. 1| Prince Gorc: I>o'kREPUBLIC Robert Livingston perfected steam into the Kev. Dr. Creamer.He :
' A solid through train daily navigation. | .

} ii For Cincinnati & Louisville I 1824-George William Curtis, author \ Was Slow. I i I oAN :....ta...I
c S 0I and !editor born; died 1S1G.1SCS I
' I o Through electric lighted sleeper will run iH-twt-en -The house of representatives ordered "I had not talked to him more than LENGTH 150 FEET-281 : THE
I To Indianapolis & Grand Rapids the Impeachment of President fifteen minutes when! he called me an I I111It.t.
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DAYTONA AND Andrew Jackson. i 1 1Gee r

ST. AUGUSTINE 1S04 'Colonel John M. huger, a prom. lie didn't violate any ppevd 1 With excellent accommodations and service lighted: byelectricity i : Fresh milk, ye

Dixie Flyer I inent southerner and ex-Confeder limit In getting:; nest did he?"-llostoo and capacity for sixty cabin ..
0 j! Early In Ft>ruury ate, died; burn ISQS.ASTRONOMICAL. Post i i iI is passengers 0
I now being operated betweenDAYTONA I II
D Leaves Jacksonville 825 pm. I .
McCOY BROTHERS EVENTS. Drying Her Tears. ".....
A solid through train daily I .....I
I (From noun today to noon tomorrow) "What do you do when your wife

For ChicagoMontgomery Sun sets SMS.: rises 0:34: ; moon rises 1 cries?"' flskod the younger man. "Do i

ll Seminole Limited 5:01:( a. m.; r.ric;: p.m.. moon In conjunction you have to ,give: In to her:" I i anPALMBEACH ....

0I with. Mars passing, from west I Ito j "No. said the older man. "Give her ', I .
o Route SOLID TRAIN I east of the planet. some money."-Buffalo E rress. I :

I Electric Lighted Throughout.5 i : ; .
I Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. I ) .
,Ip\5 CCI4)IROPO .
, Drawing room sleeper daily
I F. E. C. TIME I TABLE ; American Plan I
For Evansville & St. Louis 0o i iIN R
EFFECT J.'UAkY 9. roil .
I and Intermediate Points through the Picturesque Halifax .
Dining Cars on all trains .
l or111 Itorsr-IEAt.Irnca> '?tin n"". r'-'b"r. t'em7 and Indian River Route. ...
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For full particulars addressT : "7 I pit n3 I au -. : : Leave Daytona Thursdays 8:00 m. I
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,1 IIf B. WALKER, Fla. Pass. Agent CHICAGO ST. LOUIS I- - Leave Palm Beach Mondays g-00 m.
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........... ; rz.k f ........:.................................... W. S. Richardson of Newark, N. N.......N............................1..............
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I : tlr ''l\ J., who is a guest at the Pines has .

i'r! r HOTEL DESPLAND i returned to Daytora: after a short HOTEL CLARENDON !

i NEWS OF THE HOTELS stay in Miami and Palm Beach.: Thisis _
1 : SEABREEZE :
Mr. Rehard: o:1's first visit: to .'

The best kinds of : I : :... Daytona Florida :. the southland, and he is pinical r' : ., FLORIDA J

irketR : Y : -Li[ ly delighted with Da'toJa.Uon't '. :- .
' NOW l OPEN
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Mrs. P. C. Adams and diuhter,,. : Absolutely :
f fail to see Relecca at the ... +ersvl .wt
K t. Hiss :M.\ E. Adams of New York .
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fi -t L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. are again at the Ivy Laae Inn for a Carnival Saturday: afte noon. .3.2t ( i 4 r. Fireproof I Ito

,'f. s.. .
i t : protracted stay. Late ?rr \a't= at the Pints are R I
[any condition. ", :'Grcatly alarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all
oj t E Nugent, Ohio: Mr! and :Mr C S : Open e :
: i ; Sides. Rooms Ensuitc Steam Heat. Every Modern : Doa't fail to see Liughland! a* .
0' Jackman Mr and Mrs Geo Thomas, : .
if I. Convenience. Send for Booklet. the( Carnival Saturday.: 73-2t Zanesville, O, II B I'r'ce: and wife. : : Booking Offices: :

; :;: .. : Miss Hazel Price, G1 tgow10: S : Seabreeze Florida E. L. POTTER President '
i r CONCERTS. DAILY. Mr. and )Ir';. F. X. Warren of Chicago : Hotel Blackstone Chicago :
rage. J Fair and family Bradford Canada I :
Ji' I who the Inn few weeks New York W. S. KENNEY Manager _
;; 'Bamnif Address: ATLANTIC HOUSE XarrapitnM. PI'r. Rhode Inland. : ; left a Jat B Hobbs, wife and nurse: Ch'ca- : .. 1180 Broadway _

N.ON.NN..! 4 t.' .......1.....: ..................................... ago to that for house a Cuban for tour the balance have returned of the go Ill, W S Richardson Newark, N I '..................................................... _

sea.. n. J, Mrs J S McCleland: Davenport, : 1....0.*...0..0.....O.o.*eo0N. ...............'.
-N.......... 1 NONN'lON1.N.NNNNNN 1NNN.NNNI la, Dr II L Walker, Cedar Rapid, : : Located in the Most Beautiful

I *"Carn \'al Day"-Feb. 2;;th. 73-2t la, J P Boice and wife Kingston, N : S t Twi

DMANYt i 4 I .. THE RIDGEWOOD I Y, Mrs J H Essee; and child: Mt Vernon -' I ara Os3 IXin Spot on the Halifax River... ...
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'" i The guests of the Ivy Lane Inn are N Y. I, : JOHN J. McGUIRE Proprietor.
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LUMBER i arranging a progressive card party T17C INVITE INSPECTION.: Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better in

|ad Ceneat im Stock : 1 : ;I E. D. .LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. i t for Saturday evening. At the next *"The Carnival" of the season at : Florida. Table oi the best of everything in season. Terms as reasonable as I
I New afternoon
{ Orange Are. f Sunday evening musicale Mr. Evern' Daytona Theater Saturday :I the service will permit given on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No, 112 I
!i and Come ear: '. 73-2t
evening. I II
MALBY..MaDa er. Z0lA : NOW OPEN. den and Mis: Jolley will be the mu ; ) I _................. .................... .........

................: a : : sicians. The most elaborate: social affair so
J I All departments will be managed by white Northern help, < --- far /N NN..N.N.........0.NN..S....N.S..4..NN....
given at the Ridge\\ocd was the .
i Good mub.c;; and refreshment: Saturday
......... ;;NO selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white I IIli : at the Carnhal. 73-L't military! euchie par-y: he d Wednesday :: THE BENNETT : I
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't [ i iI when 11 tabUs ;
evening were
I I:"Ir help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : with Each of the' I: A"\TO.NA.. I.OIJIDA.. . : 1 ,
I E. B. Newman of Portsmouth: N. occupied plajeis. Now ojwn' for Hi. third -......11 un ; I r" >::- with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the : II., arrived Thursday afternoon and I tables. was: decorated; in the style ofa I. IANK.: |>n.|iri",tor* of Ito-lm.. 11n lit, i im, u.is. Ito.)-rue.Iii (.v. 'r\: ruirtlcllhir.| Tiltt .
I. (ratlin nr<'-t"UN| slur tnl, >l '. ulilti-i iii|>ln\: < a n ad.| rn lion- a *:<-niul lionifllUiiitinoplii ;
I is a guest at the Austin hotel on l tort and each was: named after I. .ri. n lid a lot-lit Ion "n 14ta' : tiaul'. l oulintl., Hili ls' \\otwl :>\>.inn-. Tuotfllillcourts. 4
I;. I finest Chefs and Waitresses obtainable, I i North Leach strett. Mr. Newman. some well.l known fort. The players : ;. K.. : rn@!" llot( 'l 1 will U' u1N ii t ntir, uu.oth of April.' ..

address Proprietor Prospect House Shelter Island, N. Y. j j11NON the at the Fortress :\Ionr(e tab.e won : Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages, Marb ehead. Massachusetts. i ( -
: who conducts
large
: Summer a restaurant
1 I r rrot I....N..........NN..N N...O...N.NN..........0. .
i .0.NNNON.N...N.NNNN....NNNNO.NI. Ivy Cafe, at Bass Point has vltsi.ed: first prize' the plajee: being Mrs.

j(: Daytona in several put seasons in Langhner of Pit $},urg, :Miss\ Merckel: ;10.00.00 N.0..0....000N 0.N.NN0.N..........N.NO

company: with his wife and has many of Charlts City Iowa I. and the Miss I I

le sweating. over a -. ................IeI.I...............................II II I I. triends her MIS. Newman did not tti Sweeney: of New York CUy.Plajers :I THE PROSPECT I II 1 I

jays trying to get i f I cone south wkh him this t.me.: : at the Fort Wa-hingtoa table '

>ne on time when i i ii ii ii it t tI '1! THE PRINCE GEORGE carried off se oid: honors the I 109 South Ridgewood Ave. I _

i : Take a day off and see the players: being :Mr. and Mrs. Simons ; 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office. f

:i" DAYTONA, FLORIDA I Carnival, Saturday Feb. 23th.:! 73.2t of Aurora 111., and Mr. and Mrs.: : Steam Heat. .

I :; : Hilyatd. & Holroyd, Proprietors' : Sickler: of Philadelphia. The parlo.s ; 'I P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor. I

[C IRON ... I I. I Late arrivals at ;;Ridgewood: iu- and dining room were e'aborately: : .....................................................
7,i Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. 1: elude IV Yaggy C J Smith: Jr. decorated in the national colors.: After -

::' Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. :I New York :Mis Margaret Stephens the playing brick ice cream wi, h I ....N....N........................................:

I Rtagy Park, Pa, Mrs Ida Sampson: cakes in the form of hatchets and ; .
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: FLORIDA.
Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : JACKSONVILLE, j
.>: Philadelphia H II lurch: Atlanta. F cherries: were servt
I Steam Heat Throughout. : 11 Foder: Bos:onlrs:\ John King. gaest: : were :Major and :Mrs.\ Footer.Airs. : .

5 White Help in Dinind Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st 1 I: Zanes\ille, O, Mr and Mrs E II Co- : E. :Marrenner DaJ.toua.Irs.: .. ENTIRELY NEW. .

. naat. Camden N Y, Mrs Myndlcee;: Melcer and Mis.: Palmer horn the : Albert Bennett Proprietor C. R. Bennett Manager :
I i PrtrK-f< Parr Is tlM'only landing In Itiijlona forjM.; Auj-U-tlin( IIIH! I Miss Van
Th eorg Van Cleef Eugenia Cleef .
Clarendon.Washington's A Nl.-. rimfoiNli. 1"0,10'l Bu"ln'lIt. 1-. "l-41. 111" 11-sit iintl I'h..II" In Kr.v: :
.: Palm Beach bouts. l'urtkulul'1ltth pl"a!.urv I IU : Ithaca N Y, Mrs H L King Brooklyn :
Boom. Whn H'r\ir' ThwuJ.lJout. fiJ Mr. Foster :
James McGourty and wife, Logans :
I i : Same Management. as THE BRISTOL Asbniy: Park. N. J. : Ind. biKhday I at the Ivy ..............1...................................... fi
; f fi port, I.wIn n was cs>!ebrat I Irons and are :.......................................1...........1. : the same way as in pa--t se uos.; : ........................-..-.-....-..-....................
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Come to the Carnival Saturday afternoon .
i : I The dining room for the G o'clock! / H H. MANWILLER Proprietor
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;1 ..'.10..I...........I.....................I.....I..... Park Fund and" help! swel the 73"Isand!J dinner was brilliant with the national: :! : NEW SEASIDE INN DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA :

:' colors. The center decoration: for : This new and select family hotel Las just been enlarged and refu:nishcd :

I ) i THE NEW GABLESI i 1 Among the new guests at each table was a group of mull si k for the season 1910-11 to meet the requirements of its growing patronage. .
I Ice flags and the first course of the dinner :
trie : I. Schmidt's hotel are S C King, Glen: : Furnace (Heat Hot and Cold Baths Electric and Gas Lights Call Bells
I .. Falls N Y, J A Buchanan, XewYork bore a tiny flag of the same ma- : Rates $2.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application e
Daytona. Fla. N Howard terial for each: guest. The. beautyof ,Minim? r \11111'l --: MnTKI I I.H'II I K\'_A U Kli.: <>o.i.n. (iroN.: .I. .
City, C Bonteeva .
:to. I .. "' NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY : S D, L B :Moon Rochester. Ind C the room was a good netting for ......................................................
the ladies in handsome -- --
I .. LOCATED EVERY MODERN A .Jacksonville} W Dimmitt! evening -
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0liwaylEST ........... r "' ' :' CONVENIENCE AND 1. eowns and gentlemen in full dress INN...+S+.*...;;.+.....N...S..+.+NN O...S...O....
F M I Aldridge. Greenwood
.. ,. .. 1 Tampa.
COMFORT. : suitjj.: The dining room was crowdtd
I . Mijt I *;, :Mrs J S Jones :Mrs J B 1 I
Steam Heat Throughout Jones.: Jackson. Tenn. WIll Beckman to its full capacity;, with gue-s.s: of i "The Ivy Lane Inn"A r
: t the house. The leading: features of
1999999999999 and wife :Mrs AV \Vorthman Philadelphia .
the after dinner were the
program
: ), ..1 tI S. H. MOSELEY. :I :} Pa. G G lIamilton and wife, reading of an oriinal: poem on the : High Grade House, catering to lie: most particular people. Central location. J
t I F :M Law and wife, Atlanta, Ga.
i : Proprietor. : hero of the day byIL.: *., Neville of $3.00 and $4.00 per day-$17.50 and hither per week :
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The Arlington.Thousand, Ivliiiulrnrk. IF l : New Virginia, and the response to the .
s Come } the 24ih! '
: ? early Friday
.uuuurrof November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor {
Open
N. Y. luring : toast it contained, by General Auman. :
I Is r. mi. .. Daytona Theater. 73-H turning to the }parlors the who'ecompany .+.....+...............+.+.+.+.+.+.+-..-.-.-.-..- -...-..-..-+*.
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......I......... .......I.0.....................I.III. New arrivals at the Oaks includeJ joined in singing: patriotic ...........................--.....-.....................

41 (rungs) and later in the evening was
K Fairbanks and wife Mu' Maude

Daily == ..........U.........I....................if........I.I. Warren, A W Colwell: New York entertained by Mrs. Richinps with THE SEVILLE E. H. PURDY, Florida Prop. i .r
Daytona --
.. City, John I.) Rogers, Round Lake, 'her humorous songs and recitals. I

THE HAMILTON : N Y, Ralph :Martin, Canoneburg Pa. This lady is very c'e\er and has won GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON.

5 i R Z Allebrock and wife, Tabora, N a; place here that will insure her a 1 Surrounded by Spacious Grounds in the most delightful part of the City I I I
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C, Wm II Miller: and wife, Racine cordial welcome whEn she returns The guests receive the best the markets atiord in the dining room and every
.- : New and First Class :. Wis, W B Watkins and wife Cleveland next season.:" I comfort and convenience that a well regulated hotel can offer to the public.
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7:40: a. m. i . O, Frank B Rowland and wife, -- ....... ........ ........... oc............ eo i ii '

.. ..' .. hetioit./ Muh I (J S Blakeslee: and Yoii will see; only the: latest in thlaudeviile .> --- -

9:00: a. m. ( :I Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells : wife; Chkago: Ill. II C Stratton! ai.d \ !! line tonight: at SIb:::. at the .IeI.IeLLI.I.ae.LOeLIeLe.a.aeo.Ll.LO.i; .....>vIDAYIONA. ,

8:05: p. m. I .c' U wife, John :M Jnfiith aid \\ie1,1.- i Daytona Fhe-tter.: 7:511HOTEL : :I The Cleveland 1 "LA. LJllda 'ION l1lalJI: cm ; r

8:50 m. : : Elegant Rooms, with or without Baths : tiinon, :Md, T L Colenun and ue.Milwaukee. I :I no:,," C\ltll.dly L"idt.it ,.w.t t..hle : ( el
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I CLARENDON. .l and hist t .'I t siclivtriv ': \1< 0: .t'elli, Li.t .lid \ A ki '
Wis, S L! Se-\"LttOn: a .u J..1. .1 PC 01Prop..
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'V, \\ .!fl'. Toio.ito.; Ont. The \Yte>hiiutf: n ball Iii d in tit .' .
= : I (ul erb o'd rise s I ail rlc'm> If the Mo .i.rOle>teliillleletltsCQIOS@tl.atllAl@> M.aOag..a.caa.. I rfI
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I. MABBETTE\ Proprietor f
.. MRS.\ .
Ashvillc Cincinnati, m I Ix>;n\ tail to go to tie: C" ,rniv.ilSalii'ihi tel Clarendon: Thll-I'ty! : evliil: .&r:. w. ... '
.. e night-;jro< ev f; for :tl.e"Inland . th roll '. eftM'"t""eoee .YOl8a9C M. CCO ON.9040. EC.Co ,
New York. } a decided *IK-< -s, ami! I < -
isvillc! and i Palmetto Avenue DAYTONA. FLORIDASCHMIDTS : l'ark'r ;3.1: Ii I lion of the god tune I.)' those) : ill I I II I II Ii
i i I I THE AUSTIN
-- II S Utendante will be larel'iily (4'd h <1 i +
-I ...I.......II.i.1:.I.....................Ii.I......... .Viry pleasant vuchie party was in the: goldeu of merury's I
way page FLORIDA
!NG CARS I OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA. i iI
.njod at the Saratoga Inn :> scr pbcok by the hundnd-s of

el.....I......I.4I.I....e.......................... iusda evening. The parlor 'Wt'd'i, fair laditr and pa.lant gentlemen, l G. W. SWAN. Proprietor. jt( i ;
i i ed the appearance' of "Old: "hu< danced and the; o hers who I I Electric Lights and Call Cells Steam Heat. Hot and Cold Water. I

cksonville, Florida HOTEL : which WIt appropriate?', being Washington's ooked: on, until the affar:: broke up. '' .9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999
birthday. Artistically: : arranged Lout midnight. The miskb: \

h. It. PKTTIT.99999999999994. I Henry Schmidt Proprietor, Daytona Florida : bunting adorned the windows VJiite's O.dl'stra6 as patr.o'u' ,

I'' A..Jacksonville, Flat. : Situated on the bank of the Halifax River, :one mile from Atlantic : beautiful draperies hung from the is the limitations} of the waltz and.wostep .[.t9999999999999999999909999999999999999999999999999* ,

\ Ocean. It has fifty rooms single en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms ceiling, and the large fireplace received : wou'd al'ow. The Jefferson MRS. DJ. CUMMINGS. i I II
ire large airy, and nearly all have sunny exposure.: The cuisine and ser- I
N Tice is admirable. Rates $3.00 per day and up. Special rates fort families : its share of the red, while and punch: from tht'ell filled pun Ii I THE PINES Proprietress tl ;.

........s... + on application. blue. All who took part in the jowl was stationed: at the entrance .
: An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct f I11 fl
........................I.....5..................... games were presented l with )11tXf'al handsome (.f the ball room and: } was mo tn' I I I supervision of the proprietress. 9 I II -r
little flags as souveniis. frt>ghill between dances. j I

Mitchell of Jacksonville, and Mrs. C Hotel (Clarendon latest arrivals 338 South Ridgewood!! Avenue. DAYTONA FLORIDA.'t

I D. Vincent of Orange. N. J.. won ladit's' ire John H Andrae, Bur.ington la, : i j Same manatement; as the New Magnolia Asbury Park N. J. i I r'
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ANI "& first and consolation prizes respectively )Mrs Dwight Prouty, Boston. I) :M\ .\\9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 I ; )

I 113JSouthjRi: ) THE MAGNOLIA LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. ;: Orange X. J., won first prize and S'ew York Mr: and Mrs E B (Hilt.s. -- iru ip!

John J. Taylor of Baltimore', the con- ?t Lou ..l'm; L J Knox.: New York: : 1 i
by I Fred milk, vegetables and fruit OB the place. Furnicebe[ RATES: 32.CO per :I I! The OSBORNE tl 1 '
Willmer
vice, lighted I solation. Chan.: 1) Beckwith and Mr. Mr and Mrs Chas S Calwel'', Phila- The

passengers Ii .: day and up $12.00 per week and;up. :I Taylor were tied for the consolation dt'lphiaIr; : and! Mrs W :.M Wet tH. : \\ .1'. BH\-I'II.: !I'r..!". A. OSBORNE Prop. !J t, u

:en II i : MRS. ELESTE: RINKS, Proprietress. : honor but on the draw :Mr. Taylor!, Chicago. i Comfortable Rooms Rooms Only Modern Con venieii es r' '...f"I" : r
.e was more successful. Mrs. Harmon'I ___ I Excellent Table 50c.. 75c. and SI.00 r.tday: t
................r.' ................................... I). Swits of Schenertady, arranged' *2.j: cents gets you a ticket for the I I Rates! Moderate $2.50 to $. .OO p r week I r. .1 i It;
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Ii I 'I Vaudeville! tonight reserved s i'eats :' Steam' Heated' Rooms Orange Ave
the decorations and her efforts \\ere I ; : I 312 So.*PaImetto'Ave.. Daytona Fla. i, 'dlThe \
highly; lommended by all who were ?:r. andU rents at Hankir.ti'uore Drug iI I :
.ndH ,...........NN....N N NN NN NN NN NN NN....J I fortunate to see them. ; 7...-1 I j 1 rr.

: i THE IMPROVED .. ------ i ......................................................

i CITY HOTEL ;; ........................ ............................. :. HARLAN sfts* Lake Helen Fla. : '' )

1 DAYTONA FLORIDA. :; I NEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL and COTTAGES !I! I! , I.. .',' I" " < |1.."I -," \IKllllKlloWM t.'l l I:,k' '.' .I I M.I... I,.\ !. fl : a_.

I :-A.ericaa Plan Renovated. Always open. New Ownership Good'Service; and Management |4:I CAPACITY 200.: ROCKLEDGE.: FLORIDA. ' .: T ',: -I'': :I IT ': '_: -::: : \n;:.1T.:'Inl ,:::::I';;I1' .: l 'I. I: ,: ; :,:'1,1\:::: ':';; i S..LkMr..kMr.

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|.Well Known and Popular. DAYTONA FLORIDA. : . . .. ,., ,' Z I:11 I: \\' .AItll'I. -AMMI: I' "- c '
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I the Beautiful Halifax River. I I h K:... :,!. "'!.. "I! 1 .," 's.1 i,1.1.. -. "i" '._' I'l'I'' . rONA. : I Overlooking :' in, t tl > i". .01..' i". ..'I"'I.I.I.r.d.] I iI ,. .I..h-I'a! >.I I H:. .,,, v. '!.I't". ; "< "' '!'"':' |l.' \,,*. \\VIIITI.-I: : ''I( i E: 1 t I.I
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I; ::; : :: [ I !( PORT ORANGE \ Ormond Notes i IIi ---....:

U U E : : ;:: : : ( ) : I AfHR I OON. i I /I'I : 'R< thof IOSD Imytonae h 5 miles, I $ -- InC

:: I OIIMONI: Feb. ::t.-\Ir.: and11'6.: .1 otTthe west { .Drive
; TOUT ORANK( :, Feb.Thue:;:; : ; .
John Hall, of l'indnllati, wi.o l: have 1 .f t h. Halifax
: I afterrlon held Heo'ial
day \\HS; '
Fi ': DAYTON l.ecn" roonuni ? with Mrs. Frank ("o'b.', :.ie location Sk "''<<''
v-h member had the r"
i i meeting.!:, when e.i n p'rmlh.ralnag. Tai MOrmond
!t .'t Ttie-day for an extended tr'p>> .
eand
t.Jusie.: r
PARTY AND privilege ot inviting a gte: >
i : both vocal and ins rJtnnii.l. wj on down the coast and tiny may p<.s.ibly : t !sanitation; TO
CLUB .. to Cuba and X"' *-au. I! elevation\ Is su-
the program, with reading and recitations =:: go ,..
.rb and Ideal for
I. F. Harriman atl wile a.d: U't'e:
as well. Then delic'ous re- winter home, A:
a i I daughter, of Stowe. M J::*>s., have been "
i freshments were ser\ed. ai.d everyone wide bridge' connects ; ml tr\ n6wdhrp/
I brilliant soetal present enjoyeJ the afternoon. in town for a few d.tjsThi: family Ormond with ..x. .r ..hut, Clew gOlf C
eour- !!
was he card j Tax Collector I). 1*. Smith and hi been in the state for some that Ormond) Beach. V", "," ""Olu31c- 11.It the

j : : on the af Sheriff t;. L. Smith drove through visiting the different cities and towns are Many maintained fin home oneither jn I "i ".ro now i stoPPlni lb..
I birthday in I Tort Orange Sunday on their way but thought they must ste our side of the ..I UUKTTO.NA I\\-1: rse1 Ma

'. by the from New Smyrna to Iay.toiia. reautiful last: Coast: beta return- titer, most of them ,'UL. Qclr.. : 5t :

J. V Erich I :Mr. and :Mrs. Mead :left :Monday! fcr: ins home. i surrounded by sul>- K +
).. reach.I their home.G. Dr. Nelson! Francis came near tropical flora and
11 shrubbery,besides "-
I.I. OX
I aliuo gener \\'. Uysey! !'eft Saturday: for his meeting with a serious accident re- thrifty orange and \VItITKTO

' \ [ 100 lad'es were home in Ohio: becar.be: ofsickne's in ctatly.: His automobile col'lded witha other citrus fruittret's. fite

; of bridge: i his famil)'. telephone post, breaking an axle MACONT -5s

j : 2:30: until I Dr. and Mrs.Hcrrick: left :Mondayfor and doing other damage Xo one was "ttractlon'l'xc..l Ormond has many,
aI
: fo'lowed by their home in Olilo.: They will hurt, however. I h'nt automoblllnz, T IllOTO
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I ; i iI' ,I spend some time enroute, however, Tom Sawyer started for New Smy good fUhlnif, snfeivoitln
rna with a party Sunday but in turning ;, and many ORMONBIK
at the at St. Augustine Birmingham and Atlanta
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out to another car below I pleasant drl"".. I IN t it1i
i I' M. Huston I : IMS ANY WAY
: Port Orange broke the rear axle of At Ormond Bach I IXTKKKt: : TBB:
the former The Good Times club met at the
| is I located the Urge
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l' ( P and the home of :Mrs. Bailey! :Monday after- his steamer and did not get the car !Iotel Ormond, andti (lIOIU I'HtiPERTYIS:D OR '

: : prize. At the ;; noon. stowed,I back to Olivers garage at I Ie tvr" sister, the < 'IMI: I'XI> BEACH:
; : Hankir.s se-!I :Mrs. A. J. Haff was hosUss of Daytona until Monday morning nrtton Inn. The'ormer ".. Will (.1V; Your I

: J. II. Xiver :|i the card party last Saturday night.A. where the nece.-sary repairs were Ol't.'upl'so."ltlon overlook-a HIM,ine.% Prompt I Ii i
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A deleioH.I J. Hicks is entertaining a made. .a'; the Halifax,and \ttentlonOUMOXD
I ;; tl.e card nephew who is favoring him with a The youngest cbild of .Mr and he Titter has as Its
visit. i Mrs. I). \\YaIdron passed away .">:,look the ntnstnt-

,,T'I I I I :t' very taste j j I .John It. <'rOOJ'e of the merchants I I after a brief: il'mffs ore day last ;.i.-.int hroal.tlantk.Bo..ItI., bench and. the J A CARNIU 1

> ocvasion.i ( of Port Orange, did suddenlyin week. .. t II.' hrOfd. FLA.Manufacturer j
; : i Sunday the town ws: shocked tQ
i I DeLand. The bod'a6 brought -.mooth each thre of
1. I! I i Siam. here and littered in theToit Orange lie.tr of the death of John Anderson! re in-iny drives fort Pure Home-Made
I calculated! to one of the oldest tizt'ns--o..e; of ':irrlasi-s\ and automobiles x
f- [ :i cemetery tie fuLt'ral 1 :;t>ni( t's being GUAVA JELLY
around ')
Is i I'recrHeJ> held! at the :M. E:. church .:ud: was attended thy best and trwet friein's: to all mond-drives toand r-
\ : !Shun I is liKely tl.e interests of Oniioud. With a MARMALADES AND
I [ :. by a large toi..inrhrof; fr eniJy 'hrou;:h itrov- s of TROPCAL;
1. I | ( : on takinjr the Mr, Crow to-nieil lued! at lns mue: and a cheery greeting to all golden oranges ; PRESER\

: ;, ': ":)lay the [ Illuir. in tlr:> cu.ity.;: ht' met .one always felt! that to talk -1-1\'es'through: tro|>>>- Special' Attention t*
,i.* forests to I mnlly OrUcrsHII.HL.T
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: ; I !I", "IIIl1t'Ull"lJ! I iI j jI I Ij L o-ij CJ.tES ECZEMA thins: to always remember.Ve know ':.>. ancient t'.uisA ... 1':1: II'rl.lion-ltuua.u\nr rlcnn .'\-
f : I : -. of hell la of no one who woifd be more ut'sesecihin i .y built hl'a\ .-" : V.t J" In.tUKxpoj.ORANGES\ Photos hy Amy]

t: I l i : niter: ,l<'.iiu : WHERE!: SALVE FAILSIn : : he. j, "'. plantrs! of lofts I.UIl tllIl1-t! IHn.L, 'hllrl"sloQ Purchase
,, ,; I ]\ ',f :1 "st..ve.! Two gentlemen fro.ii Orange, N. ,J., i o. and drltn I:"!".-It!II"."It.I.oI; N
medical .
bkin dun.scs
; } regard to .
of
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I ..t I ln'aiii: VI.'N' were in town this week for a few plantatiur' WHAT A II
: l { I ... authcriiics are now agreed on this: : .i."Iitihh'l .ettler-. ,; .6,
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1 : : I I a..:. ir.nni-r.', I'I Don't imprison the disease genus in day: <. stopping! over on their; way ':'lose, places are rte <- atv9yrPoore ,
i f > ; | \ j1s; mii jour skin by the use of greasy salves, to Cuba. They w vr!i Its s. IJax:& ,er, !I"' with the tat..r- !tlom! r.; nv" tIt' hunt,
: Mind. and! l j if [
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I I : I and thus em-nurage them to multiply.A and I:raut. t of Houthemiruitsand I
,. IMIi.) HoweverIn
I !:Ulo: ; tray: I I j flowers.On .
I : : ; I .. true cure of all 'zematou.s diseases <*.il.t.. Frank Colby to >Ik L S Glovt r: the l'utl..1t:
It : : : :' -I I lie l I..wt'!' I -of the most In-
t 1 > s ; l JTl'a:1111 if i can be brougl \ about only b>' using the of tile Detro.t:' l'uhli.I"'u; Oiupaiiv, t '.' tllli" Of tlieen' andGrapefruit. house \'if tilt) I 11Vtiittlet
healing: agents in the form of a liquid. the Tomoka l1'edneslay.CHEERFULNESS.. ,' .
i 1 | up" ml ttions i is at thei tie 1.it M
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Till mIDIS: OI'T. A -
WASH ,
I I II I ,>!wa Ti of theM for three! 'I'lar:
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I : Oil of
: : I simple wash: \ lompound of "II fax and knowni Best GrownGrove o nail h. d.-.ii':
; : talking! : litera I \Vintergieen. Thymol, anti other ingredients .. :iMonndtrove. Found lie
I 1 I on St Angni iu' e
I : ; : : ; sale l to Huh'j; as combined in the I). 1) D. I ,* ou of the finest tine Au.iiiuol.Utt; for \tII; 1.1.!
,, I \t Iet.t you Prescription, pi-nitrates to the disease Clieerf u'Hess means a contended! dO' .'i.e uroveion the )(0:1111": >MilciNorth of gold .-oin n "n ie.IJ

I ,;J : I! I I \Vheri'tn ,I II | germs and destroys I it, then soothes spirit; ; it means a pure heart; it means E.-' *oist of Florl- HI ITEL OllMOSr: $ttu( ;,', .1? D e'a'
.1 end is amid
I I ;ij uf his o\.u ;j and heals the kin as nothing else a kind and lov:ng disposition: it nretty i Surrounding very:::s I John I' h.( ,
I i was ividin | has ever doneA Deed, Knox car,?i
:yi charity it ,' offer f.tollle'.1 i
I :1 means ; means a generous \lou.If..ro u on nn ie
"It was u | :2i-eem! trial bottle will start the Heed Company! ,.
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appreciation: of others and a modest DaytouStetntAu51tiu' i tiou e v i
!-st.irs. "Oh. | and instant lelicf. I I IJ
cuie.: give; >iu ruaJ. Bt'r.nw pro'.fe in the \ .
: times 1 I] The Atwood Pharmacy opinion of onesef.: Stupid peop1e.people inReside" .1)
who do not know how to I
clear night:;
W. M. Hankins
I i 1 --- laugh are always pompous and i
J b P 1 self conceited-that is, bigoted that Finely executed ]
Quite Lifelike. ;
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i i I I j bottom drum.cue r- first Cannibal-How did that netor. is, cruel; that is, ungentle unchari- I J Job b P Printing at I
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'I I I taste? :i-oHl! 'lIlIlliloII-lIt was: p" table. this office.J .
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: Fronting a clear stretch of river; no marsh. Ridgewood Avenue and New Smyrna ..


Road on two sides. River road and street on other two sides ,,


j Improvements being made on all sides of property.


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{ : I. 13 12 11. 10 I I' 1 7 house and lot, t

p Attractive will be made i PRICES death. The ('0
terms : : land Just south
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c ; to anyone buying to build on : I I ; : Lot J 200x346, 1100. and that a when half he mil aa

I z I I I mole bin an
of these lots. Lots 3 and 4 79x346'each high, and It cot
any I ,
I I I .. below Hannllia

i! These prices will be maintained 3 $750 for both or $400 each. mating flo.Commercla),(ch)((


: for thirty days, but we a I I I I I'I' I Lots 7, 8, 9 10, 11 each e that hu. Perpetua Missouri* par t


i i reserve the right to raise them g i 79x346, $300 each. river produced about/ thtlGREAT


after that time. o I Lot 12, 100x346, $350.

I I Lot 13
1 2 I ,4 5 I 100x346, $400.
If a though]

I i live through 11

oration afterof
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I I: 1 Address E. F. OATES, Secretary PORT ORANGE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY th suI!<.I...


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INDONTHEHALIFAXPrinting 1 Spanish Doubloon of 1591 Found II i New Aero Iceboat Travels at i The most desirable residential i _. ,
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Fine Lot t lot in the city, facing east :

miles r- In Oldest House, St. Augustine I Speed of Seventy Miles an Hour I : 110 ft. on Ridgewood avenue; N -,
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tona, ..D.tbe I ." : 110 ft. on First street: 396 ft. : :
west fI\'e l\ I Ir.
e JlaUfaxl r.: -,., : I : for Sale I in length, covered with stitely : _
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a permits StraightInageand .v..:.<:: i live oaks, large flowing well; : I

,I ( I ft, water piped to different parts :

mltatlon; TO I v r of grounds; ram for raising water; large cemented bed :
Ion Is '
deal IU0 rmon d ., Y Ri : for plants; two and a half t'I depot post- illThe

>mel. A I office.

dgecon- r.ndtn'"f.wdrtnl ,, i : :
fond with o\"t'r new golf ? I ii .
Poch. "ourlit'C'luh hour. )4 Sullie, at the 'I. iI i j

ne alnM homes on Ju I sue,tl 111't now"stopping 11 h..n.waat ml 7 -:, I i EDMONDSON & DONNELLY i

Ie of the BItETTON IN\. .' I b

t of them Cot BOGIr.d I .................a.o+..........4.....e......avees....Oisisi
by IUb-
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flora andbesides ,

', CALL OSnKe II I Ii i .!..........i......... .................11ta.....
and OR s s f aiiL
WHITE TO . i' _

rue fruit MACON 1 1f'sc I, : : HANDPROPERTY : -: Do you want to buy or :

has many ..,:.oJ : rent t property in :
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it t iii a y -'S1!: + o rkl : Daytona? !
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md many, :. !l :., I II II I : SILVER BEACH : : We have the: cheapest :
IJI' IN ANY WAY .. .': < S f Sv I II n -
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md Beach
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INTI-RE8TED k JJj 1- -S-.... f. v --1' -.- *<&*' I . .
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the LArge IN PROPERTY IN trt I I *r >*sf! SXT*$ -
and $7,500 buys one: of the best resi _
toad,
OIttfOND OR v. .. .... . : Extending from :
sister, the RMONI e' -- I : dence on Rid ewo\d A"e. Com- : ,
BEA.OH
r : River to Ocean : '
nn. The n. Will OIvP Your : pletely famished and located on : ;
eeuph's a BUllln"1I8 Prompt Photo Copyright by American Press Association.WIIKN !; corner lot. Call on i ia

overlook-UfBx,and Attention .: i Atuerians start: to goo any place they usually: want to po In a I I FOR SALE ORIENT ; .. .. II'I

ba al Its j + '. Speed is one of the great consilienttiwiii", in all\ methods of .r -. : M. L. goner.
he magnich : "l'l. This element 1-4 1 one of the cha met eristics" of the aero iceInnit -
and the : BINGHAM S THOMPSON : - .
J A CARNfLt1 ,I \ invented by Charles:: J. Swain:, of I'Liladflpliia.!; He has his: OHice Peoples Slate Bank. i '
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the broad, ORMOND, PLA.ach j : f t + craft which he has* named Dotxlan; at Saranac: lake New York, and he has -...t.f.I..0....I........... :O.........I...!..I.......: I: i ,
there tanufacturer t been traveling over the frozen surface of that Unly of water at fifty, sixty I
drives for Pure Home.Made and even seventy miles an hour. The tanking; i is merely an automobile
and auto- i X :. t : yrY t I If I mounted on skids! instead! of on heels I and it is driven through the air by a ; J.JUAJ.MJt1' \ s !U' '' ntpa, r V 1\.1 rte V" I a !\n sA I r r. 1 _
GUAVA JfLL' I
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round eavestoand -. I I Ii I propeller very much like those used on aeroplanes. The propeller is attachedto
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MARMALADES\ AND I! a shaft which passes! over the head of the chauffeur of the If>boat. The _z.
;;roves of TROPiCAL I: engine that drives the craft has !six cylinders and can develop !sixty or seventy-: CONRAD-OA REALTY TITLE
ranges; PRESERVESughtrop 1 i I IR II ft
; Specld. Attention teI I; five horsepower. When going at full speed Mr. Swain says: the craft will leap: I ,, I t '
to Rplln. Family Orders ., f' over holes in the ice and that rough places do not bother him materially. Tlie

drh''i to N' .r,. I II Doodang is steered by means of a wheel which controls the front runners us '
Pun-Am' rtcan I i ii __
'nt Oau: position-ButTa.u ;. the wheel l of an auto controls the front wheels."I AND INSURANCE CO. I C. Jt
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hv lil\.l's: 11e tiont'hartestonT t India .::xpo..l.rI Photos by American Posy Amoctatton.WHAT I i t

of lon; ouIsiana I'urctasednvN'i r,. I is considered the oldest! house in the Tnited States' stands. in desire an audience with the manager She (during a t'lual,1Jlc.'I-lIido'L) you ,
to EzpttiouMt.f.ostutaoas ." remarked: the dignified smooth promise before we were married to try
of4.ttlets Aujnistine. FJa. It 1 b t-irs a sigu; saying that it was erected in! I
faced as lie approached! box hard to toe worthy of me? He-YI>S. CONRAD BLOCK 'PHONE 128We
person
.. r (:. but a* St. Augustine; was not settled! until l.VJTi;' this sign is not
office of the theater. and what's the result? I overdid the
("" !are reath. t always oonviiM-ing; e\en when one reads in an encyclopedia that
1 'n I !in." the in the Nix and made myself a hang sight better 1
"Step replied
fJRu"ponthern ; \ man Job r 1 -
I tnt'r- 10U i41'i1' Ponce de Leon when seeking the fountain of youth landed there as early as: 1 y
U .I' UIth14 : office. "I think he's: looking for a few than you deserve.-Boston Transcript I
L. 1312.: However, it ie'aner-4ily" 'uut"t"tl..cJ that $t. Augustine! I is the oldest town j offer the
audiences himself.! beg to followingfrom i
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ORANGES t'b. In the United States.) the oldest house in Augustine must l be the oldest I
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mO"lt 10- f. house within, Uncle farms domain. This oldest !IJOIIMis nllOU'II4"d bv Mr.Whitney. I ----_== -== ======= I list of
of these' nn. II our
J lie tMuight; it fight y.-trs I ago; from S. Sam-lies, who had tired in I ,

hattbe! of the Grapefruitrt ;. it for three-quarters, of a century. The other :day Mr. \Vliitney was: drivinga ; .
property:
n.s known Best Orown t. ball to hang; a picture when lie n"iird! that the wall agate/ out :a hollowtonnd. rr-----------

grove' It ,.. ,. He investigated.: turn out ...111.. ..f the .-.icrete and found<< a reveptaHe!
Oro on At.AU\tu\ ; t
the finest tine Autunaobilyov J .. for valuables. lu this hole! he found a :SpanKli dniitiloiu' : il.ittil J l.vn.:! Thi R
+'sonthe! ltoadlnMtlei' of 1 gold coin, which makt one think of piraleand the SpauUli' main. i I.< wor'h i VaudevilleCarnivalNEW I No. 124-$4,800 will buy furnished

t of Florl HOTEL North OU.l = 1 $1&C5 as metal! though Air. \Vhitney !has refs>.rl! a niu.-li hiulier ofTVr (.'r it a' house on Volusia avenue, four bedroom "

amid \"t'ryrrouoUni John I). KockefelU-r visitwl; the. *,i,,:,ise: SCMHI( :Irrt'r't'u' > ruin was fotiiii! and l mad and bath five rooms on first

:' BCed, Knox l'rr tove an offer for the doul>!o-u'i., l.m it wis r fu< "l. The'. 'ij'! !"''r }d..tore!: shows; f t1 I floor.

na-taunt lion E3eed Comp .--! oldest house ns it appears today' while the lower picture! ..1 ores the hole !mIn !I I i I DAYTONA 1 fEB 24) S 25 i iI

e mold BUI.O'\ pO"'f) the iuvetl ;;ativ>u that: ( iir.t >tight';: forth', tie! doubioon.Residents .! THEATER No. 10-$1,300. five room furnished
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house, one acre of land, Holly Hill,
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fruit tree..

Finely executed of Hannibal Mo. Are No. 119-7 acres land, SCO orange, i
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at Preparing to Honor Mark Twain VAUDEVILLE peach dwelling and, $2,000.persimmon trees, 6 room j

this office. i !
I FRIDAY. 8:00: P. M. No. 103-$3000, five acre bearing

I grove, South Ridgewood.
I Reserved Seats 35 and 50c On Sale at Hankins' I II !
t No. 105-$7.5CO, new house on

', ?4 Ridgewood avenue.

I CARNIVAL I II No. 106-$1,2 CO, two large, deep
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lots on South Ridgewood.
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: No. 120-4 acres land, 100 orange

,.. i II :: trees, truck land, 5 room cottage; :;: ? -
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Flower and Booth. "'M
I Candy, Fancy Ii r-
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a. No. "C7-$2.203, five room: cottag t

rty H I II' Music and Refreshments II _w 1 lot.Daytora and Cypress streets, large :.;;. I

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II ADMISSION 25c. CHILDREN 15c. I No. '03-$1,500, small bung low, f

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t i (lt t\L'n urdcr the auspices ct t the: Civic Dei t. cl the Palmetto: : ::>>- new. ..t''" !,

e. I Cab! for the benc.: o: the! "islan.i !\i.t Yur.dI : : ":' :N No. VQ--$2000. true1; fam, 7 _. s :; I ii
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tit 0q ::- ac'-e c''::red! 2 ares tiled! house: : xa; i t'y
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t 8000.9 Q itr s 'T QIVt;t4.7+ fw '...a.a tt? 'Dtls 'O iCJ9 and ba i. I ..
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:: r4o ir-$ .07, one of the I best: :; I I

;;- .. ._ .. :;_ homes on RidgeAOoJ, furnished, t Urge eta i
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- r :_gags lot garage.! ; .7M

jI a New Book. :.. No. 1 '6$2.000 will buy a nice sa,
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11it's I a Souvenir Novelty ?;-- home; five rooms and bath; hot
/ f1.rP CtlPfA'/f'.H.T/yt7.e.ti,NIUML/NfJiY AVlh/fl/LUf./1V: i, $
J -. y and cold; w-ter; electric lights; corner e :
... something in Stationery and Engra\': ag =ls 'lot. -: ; i' ,, rti
of iranuibal. Mo.[ are preparing; to rt-ropuize\ the& -reatllt" s w f t $ 1,

RESIDENTS the city's distinguish'd! citizen, by dedicating a park No. 123-A bargain at $3,600 Palmetto I 4 y

:1 and by turning his old home into a permanent monument CALL ON OR WRITEThe f fL : avenue, 3 bedrooms bath, com i a

and museum. The home I Is not of much value pecuniarily. : : pletely furnished good condition. -

though it Is In a fair state of preservation. A movement Is already under alike in si ne rON
Houses
Vty. fostered by the Commercial club of Hannibal, fur the purchase of the H. & W. B. DREW CO. i : valued at exactly$6,500. ;: t
before hltotth.
house and lot which was visited by Mr. Clemens only a few years : if ji1iit

The Commercial club has also recently purchased eighteen acres of i i ::sir A. 25 acres near, city limits; 15 ::

land Just south of the city: which Includes the bluff known as "Lovers' Leap" acres fenced and in cultivation; 6- :::

tad a half mile of picturesque scenery.; The genial humorist! often declared 45-49 W. Bay St. Jacksonville : room house and barns, $2COO. .".,
$ J JIOO.J that when be was taken to Hannibal at the age of four the bluff was merely I I c::;
,Tttole he grew. Lovers' leap Is now 2C5 fet : Ridgewood in Holly I 17r
hill and be saw It grow as : B. Lot on .
>x346'each Wfh. and It commands a magnificent view of the Mississippi river above and Hill, 150x309 $500. :
.. Wow Hannibal. A bill has been Introduced In the Missouri! legislature appropriating : AND YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND i

$10.000 for the erection of a monument to Twain In Hannibal The SATISFACTORILY.We i i C. 15-acre hammock grove; trees sl, i i7r
00 each. Commercial club has promised to deed the riverside property to the city ass iI iI I :L seven years old and in full bearing; st, '

perpetual park. There Is every Indication that the bill will be passed and I ": near railroad west of Kingston, $3,000 ::: I + ,j
|0 H each that Missouri! thus will honor the most
Us produced Samuel) L. Clemens was born In Florida, a little tow up Bolt are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirs : D. PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL a I i .

f lY! r about thirty miles from Hannibal I :M FOR SALE; CENTRALLY LO :; ,
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in China and Orangewood, New and CATED; WELL FURNISEHD; CAN -= i r+ M, f

SHOW PROFIT OF OVER $2,500 2i i ,+
> $350. Bright Comet. Exclusive Novelties.The : :
LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH ;
>f IMS was the only one :
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$400. GREAT I 1' last century visible In ;: TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS.- S; %f P p i

If a thought be really great bt. :: $13,000 ON EASY TERMS. 1 ';
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eration after generation. The ......................................................................... ar E. Small cottage 100x150 on corner fruit lot trees.on t 1
lot ;
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of
a great physical ; t
New Excursion Steamer c::; well, $800 on easy terms. ti, t
quickly, but the echo of the
13PANY of Copf ucius and Buddha of : : '4 -. i
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TO THE PICTURESQUE rr
Seneca and Christ, s'i'l'' Lves. -, ''t i ir 1
voice! of Socrates before his .1M: \\ eave some very attractive i river f front property :.JI""
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kindles men whose ancestors r'A i DAILY EXCURSIONS. :'.. in Port Orange that can be sold on reasonable t terms ...; E t )

savages then Socrates :s. a--. -.' i
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t Buildings decay, rivers run nut I'n'iit: i 1..1" Hiit I', "ph'. l l.r: : 't :>' r\ ii" r on I5u.ird S'i.; rlt'l 1 ,:!<.:: for I .. :.> a: '.' : '.:, ::.. :. \\1. : :s: and at lovprices.. M M *** ** :0- l nr

races decline' but a great : : \\.n\fn'l'-iu---,. At the IV'pulur 1 l'ru-"1' of. SI 00 the Round Trip. w,a-. IH

the suffers gift[from t of no immortal impairment youth; DAILY TIME SCHEDULE : : We% have a general insurance agency and N> +; .
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: SUIT CASES TELESCOPES STRAPS AND NAME TAGS in the : : Ordinance seems to have been ignored : : BARNES : Ready-to-Wear Dresses. i .; :t _
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Preceded by Songs and Dances Which Real Estate and

Last All: Night. V\IN\! >I'EJ

The ball game as played by the Fire Insurance .,,>K.-o, amt) f fnni

Clifptkces is as important to them :i* > > "i.rn .
'r\-t i! Tii-Jit! : ui! 1 l tl' (p-i-rnt '*,1 l H. 1 11. ti .'nlt''ll: if h"vu.l:l
,''I I r th. Lath- S"W"otk'! : It iur'' tomorrow II,ht. foot kill or any otht popular game U 122 South Beach Street 1 ', cuip + '

V ALJDEVlllET to other |H*.ple. The eastern band of !1 __n__ == iff'I : "Mitil I
t C'lxTukees live on the <>uull.i reservation {I : -- = bias-Koui
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The neighborhood; in which I lire .I ,.. .. .. .;....:....,,: --.- .:::. onI."'.> y
Open Daily at 2:30: "ri,(,,':\O (Indian girl in the lied( Man.: ,,:.: }{fJ'l :: :-...:.... ,. T. odci |
is didde i into four main section j ; !/.-' ', S
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1 NKW IIO'lt lloru and Itirdtnwu. The Indians living; in ] 'at |
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one of these sections: will challenge; !I j
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those. living; in another to a came: of i j ::':;:!""ws-:"-, ,,' I Th. >u 11mem
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o= Night baIL They choose their players and I j r cai

t The regular meeting of the Hot- I HITS OF PYTHIAS ATTEND agree upon the time and place for CHILDREN'S EYES suit O> Ito)

Men's Association of Daytouai'l:1 Le playing; the ;game. It I is generally i. outraKoy

held at the Bennett tonight. placed in an open field far different I Cannot be too carefully safeguarded ern &t.i-'s ij

i 1 DE LAND I DISTRICT MEETING.LOCAL 1.I I from the well graded Held upon which for they ilime: but one pair to last the aiiad.ul:

.fo'OrXlLady's wheel, owner can the game of football Is played. I a lifetime. If then- are indications care '0
have by de. < rLing and The evening before the gamethe indians I of anything wrong with your child's ;
Prices 25c 35c 50c Reserved Seats at Nankins' same ; : paying I Onles ui' tic'
for ad. Address A, Gazette- MEN DRIVE TO COUNTY the women Included bold a eyes bring him or h-r and. I will fit

New s. 73-lt i dance in their respective sections of them with Glasses,: to correct the

1 1f I SEAT AND ENJOY SESSION the country. These dances are held In I j I trouble. If medical tn-utrnent i ie nee-

BIRTHDAY SURPRISE PARTY the open :lire usually near some small essary I will tell you -o.
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stream: The women do the singing;
FOR ARTHUR B. LEETE./ CHARS
THE ORDER.An while the men dance. (In their songs 1 Dr. Neville H. Clark

Mr and Mrs. S.V.. O'Hrien entertained they make all kinds of remarks about
When You Are in Towns
f at their home en West Orange auto party of five members of, those of the opposing( side. These Optometrist I ILo S

s avenue Monday evening in honor of the Knight of Pythias made up of. dances continue all night long. From I ,

tr and examine our methods and consult us upon terms." We invite inspection their friend Arthur I*. I-eete who' C. It.1.: I. Sheppard Wesley Herrick. '' the time of the dances until after the I : '>k for the Sign of the EYE.

and believe in a thorough accounting by all banks to the public on that day was turning the 2!JUi'!1 1V.! :M. Moore 1'V.. Hart and A, K. game the players are not allowed to -

and their patrons of the bank affairs. We believe the !strength;: of our resources milesUie! en hi; li.e; joun.ey, aid 26 Urokavv, membes: of Fountain City; eat any food I I

and the stability:: of our management will appeal to you.PEOPLE'S (persons gathered under the hospitable lodge, Xo. :6.< went over to 1 e- The following day the people from ,i

roof to make merry: over thee Lind Thursday night to attend a the different sections! gather at the appointed '!
place to witness the i: GREEK GOODSWe
game.
\l'lIt. d.sirict: : convention: of that: order.
They either sit or stand :around the i ifflOHM
The house was decorated with By invitation: of Dr. Lincoln Ilulley -
STATE BANK
I edge; of the field. The ball players j
"spider web'' net \\0.k and 'the main president of S'ettou: univesty:
each Lave two sticks similar to those
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. teaiurtof the e\ening's diveisiou war and a member of the Knights: of
used in the of lacrosse,
I game only I
the taking; down by the guests: of tho I Pythias, the convention was adjourned smaller. The ball Is tossed up In the i are iurr\Min a complete

I ahlint.M.: !I'. I.KI.VNH.: / <','-lu :'. \1. K.f.VltTKU: : threads of the web. The thread that' during the ear' part of the evening center of the field and the game be line of ( ;iiven orfries i including -

1"t h',' "IV.--.i-l f 'it..i.1 K 11:111": t\'t.I.1t.Ui1n< NKI;It. tell to Mr. Leete was strung with I and the knights attended .in a gins. The object Is to get It around I : FIFTY A|

joke articles which evc-as'oued: much body the concert at the auditorium. two poles placed at each end of the i

irn-n iinent as they de\.e'ored! in the'' The concert was one of a series and field a certain number of times. They Golden Wax Beans L WEALTHVESESL

rewinding of the thread until at the''''was thoroughly enjoyed by the cannot pick up the ball iu their hands. r

e x . r e 7 v vinPn end he found a t-mall package cowl I' knights. The players who succeed in getting; the Green Beans

taming a handsome buttonu.tch | After the concert the Knights returned ball around the poles at the end of the Ii i I TO THE
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t ham with his i nil Li's: art's:;tieJy en- to the caste! hall of Myrtle field the greatest number of times win I CucumbersCauliflower I II i
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AND graved.!: At the ends of the threads : lodge, Xo. 21, enjoyed a fine repast the game. 4 ..\ Amt- ....

01 the other guests were attached ; and proceeded with the business of'I' ..
I An Embarrassing Joke. I .sYIIU 1.i iVh
cards coiiaining bright wishes; for the evening. In connection wi'h the' t .
A young lady who was painfully shy \
V A 4. a 4 his futureelfale.. buhint6 of the session the rank of Tomatoes I ..
wlt'in seen off by. train by her I i a.'ras! "
t I The remainder of the e\t.>:ting was knight was conferred on Ur. Stej '
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**If Miss Edith' lUmter fa:',:> to lleniember brother. He gut her comfortably seated : I onal h
we keep everything iri passed with music: and The !
I ;games. j ens of DeLand' by the working team.
read all the U.kilye: \\* tonight/:; she I i a d";es' and gent's wearing appirei refreshments were delicious; the+ of Mrytle lodge. The convention: : next to the door In a compartment PeppersThey 'I'llthat 1 ''K ell

will not know that there are two at the Bee lIi\e, North L'each St. 37t main feature being the beautiful natal]I was thoroughly containing several other passenger ." a:
enjoyed: by all who1attended
tickets to the Crystal the Her<\\\aiillg '-I _ __ 1 I'day cake all ablaze! with its six Then as the train was starting; he sel ,,. u..
and the Daytona delegationreturned I II
her at the Daily :Net oft ice. I Thus. II. White went to Dupout and twenty candles.l Mr.: Lctte cut j;i home early: Friday morning; I'I \ leaned forward and kissed; her sayingmischievously : are Always Fresh T th.- u. <' .>ii:

Thursday! ; afternoon to ta'e hs: friend, In a stage whisper"It's I par: s w 11, c
the cake with ,
the wish
that the
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**Iry VUHM! for sile. Drop card to | tJ.. White, at that plaie. I I Icasicn 'I all right, dear. They'll think I'm your I
would mark for
an era goud of tht- DeLund
uienibeis of theorder.
Fred J Kingston. J Kings'ou. 70 6t I brother! DAYTONACOLD CHOLERA l]
in '
I rt\\ his journey of life. .
See "Photograpls enty years I QOAfH
i The guests departed at a late hour, I
A.V.. Kitk. manager of the AUaa'a ago" from Koxby's{ studio, in the The average person wastes lots of STORAGE CO.R. .
i thanking Mr. and Mrs. O'l'rien for I *FOR UEXT < I\M> ]|
branch of the Ilaitord: Hubter{ : company I j Carnival trade parade. 73,2t i I i -HarLer shop ui.furnNhed. time telling other people things they I

i is a guest of the Prince CeorgeLotcl I the very peasant: even'ng accorded Orange avenue near Leach do not care to hear. : D. JOHNSON, Mgr. (.In.: I
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hre: <: I tht.'m.i "t-eet. l'01 -uulard: ('o. 6tit: eo-i l .. tu. ,.' I
\\ in tie c ty tor a few days The steamer U. S. .\. arrived I - ----- \ 'i'11 : '''h.lor"
i :'' w , I U _1 n. ,. \1" > \ I i ," n> 3twr-I te now (J:, ;'
to visit with hri fr end. \V. 11. Peteis. t
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number at New SmjTna and Tort -
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Orange. On her trip south the U. I I II:: n"I'oJ' fI
James Carne I came down (rot; ---- moon is first seen after sunset. Apart I
S. A. kept adding to her passengerlist I Sn 'I h/
Ormond by train Thu.. !day afternoon Beautiful English Frost. i: from the cloudiut of the ISKt there t cl utl
until it numbered Jil on her arrival : I NDESTRUCTO who
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to visit fri 'llds at the Sables hotel The beauty of frost I is, greater perhaps may be and generally is cousideral.ledititculty 1)4F
She was joined later Mr. Carnell at Palm Reach. : in Hnglaud: than in any other i in Agent *' i '
by I j seeing the crescent lust I Die I'I'i
country because it I Is apt to loe so transient Happy. With! head+l
and they returned home together in I as it lUu always be. in the radianceof L
the evening. I **1)un't forget the "Cookfd Food and beause;; it I Is often not accompanied the set sun and consequently thereIs ; th. pOt.txtagem >

Sale," at the tent back of the pot- by snow. Frost does not I! I' With

*Choitel' fancy oranges for sale' office, Saturday afternoon, 2 to 6 o' I work much change upon a snow covered I always uncertainty fur some timeafter i k The promot
wurld.: It may leave its delicate: j sunset whether the day that has
by box, $:, at Big Tree clock. 73-lt I' J. Phetps
glove.73friJlu4t patterns on the window panes: and Just begun is to be reckoned with the Buy Royal Scarlet Can i 1 I. and
decorate tee ke1>ltb crystals but last mouth or as the first of a new the at

l buys a furaulied Beach elsewhere we hare to look mouth. j Trunks next We dne.
closely for goods, the finest food
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FutlSmith returned Thurs- S 5 5 0 0 street residence a rooms the marks of Its "silent ministry." It ==

day from Jacksonville to which city aid bath; nioderi improvements transforms the whole. earth only Not Seeing Not Believing. I
products in, the
: lot 50 by about 290 feet. Ad- world. .
he went last Saturday to purchase where there Is a great variety of color I There was a man lu Nottinghamshire -
I reu A. B., care Daily News.
tome 1Uu1 s. He secured four good and surface for It to work upon where I who discontinued the donation The stock is new and 1:

animals which will arri\e from Ja'k.1 ----- - --- It can edge every I leaf and blade of j he had regularly made for a time to a I

son?ille today. grass with a fringe of white and ,
missionary society. When, asked ato I clean and our prices
where It casts a silvery bloom
i WhenThirsty upon hU reasons he replied! : "'Vell. Vsetraveled '
Dr. J. C Herman Osteopath :20VomaU the distant green ul"lands.-r.oudl'Q I
a bit In are right. Call and
Times. ;* my time. I've been set are We rect
A\e., Daytona Phone 40. tf -
I as far as Sleafurd In Lincolnshire, and 1 t
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1 prices on case lots
Miss Minnie Kuger.:; of lUytona Not What I never saw a black man, and I d'.u't I
He Meant. believe there are 8ny.-Londvn '
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Beach who was su:('.t"N*ful1y operated The preacher had: been eloquent lu ard. are

upon for appendicitis in Jacksonvillethe his remarks concerning the young girl guaranteed.osTERCO. and fresl

forepart of the week, fej reported 'I' over whose remains the funeral sere j i

to be doing very nicely which will Ices;; were being! held. Tears wen in Something Wrong.YeanlI..re's I I nally s
Stop at nn item! that In I
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be welcome news to her many eyes of all present Even thespeaker's j' all I
races the man's brain
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friends in this: city and icinlty.. 1 YOUNG'SSoda of his: emoti.m.voice trembled He concluded with the his force ser !;I woman.cent heavier than the brain of the G

** mon with this! outburst Can
WANTED-Situation by young l : any one I Crlmsonbeak

white man of 18. Accustorred to. doubt that this fair fragile! dmeV! has rl.bt.t all the- That races: doesn't I've been sect Every Day is BargainlDay ] il HANKThere
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work. Box 70 Ormond Fla. 73-U I II!, the Lord transplanted*" to the hothouse: of I the men lose more money than the I Here. THE

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