Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00226
 Material Information
Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: February 25, 1911
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00226
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
alephbibnum - 002072230
lccn - sn 93063916

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&:- Increasing eoudiness and prob.t THE DAYTONA I DAilY NEWS' t.. Today. . . . . . . 11:00 i.

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+cl Published Every Evtnin: Except Sunday Duing December. Jannay. February and March at the PrettIest t 7 inter Resort in Flonda.

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>ses. i 4, . I Season-No. 74 DAYTONA FLORIDA, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 25. 1911 15 Cents per Week

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t WRIGHT :: :: DR. BOtlU ON'S ""OSPITU and Si1ITiRl1M! RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies. Stationery and Havana Smokers ,;

Co. Fl'st Avenue Daytona Fla. PRICESI'.oiM Books Only first quality well cured tobacco -

I tc WALLACES'W.I Painting Paper Hanging I Twi-nt.v--.ix(furnUh l :,nd Iiirut.l ilt:-,1 iilry l throughout ro.nusnewty: with I I : | .'-n toTn-nt. You Klijlit.I. GEO. H. CLARK used.
r + ullhoipltiiloiivaliKVs.. Thorough \I.IS( Bf Your feu! .'.loci. Vet Cave Manufacturer .
Decorating ly r<4ulpj."d ojvratlnj room oil_. foii'Ifi Waterman Fountain Pens. NewsPapers -
tNeeeeetltOOe aK ; z 219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Phone.xjr. 181 r or t..rllllllddr.C. C. BOMANNON.., M.' D. L. H ROWE & CO. .I II and Periodicals Daytona, Florida. _

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its and j.Vegetables. .A.: UNDESIRABLE CITIZENS; M'CURBY' &Y i I b And:1 peep mat us. We have it-.. I BY FIGURES !fROM JAIL. t tz

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!.................: :F WESTERN CANADA, IS STOPPED "I I 11! You Doa't Trade With; Us We Both Lose Money."
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.; negroes will henceforth be classed aj i
Insurance t undesirable citiiei of Canada. FOR PRIZES. JUMP ON HIM. -

i has decided: to N I HIS [\\lillim( S HERE
Soutb Beach StreetILDREN'S The government; I LYNCHED The official:; count ul:' votes in !the ST. Al'GrSTlXE. Fe!1.. I
2 < of the WILL LOSE IS i
_ stop furtherrnmigr.ltion -- I ':.i/.ettt'-News Great Popularity: : ton broad light of day at won. 'I Might ; 1
:::. blacks from the United States and
; t. st for the wevk ending Feb..ith.:; . '
HELPERS prisoners in the >: -
will that: these NOTED AVIATOR AND l -
: dominion officials see :
I r : 'Ah it-li wa:. made under: the super
Borders strictly carried oat. entity Jail carried out.1 i I"" i. 'i.
are WILL ARRIVE SEVEJ f $$35,000,000I ( INGEORGIAI l ision of the couttst: Judges shows s
The orders have just; been issue I that greater: iutere.t is being: aroused ;.ot to oveipiitter t'a.! :: t
and one party of negroes going iutt : AL DAYS IN ADVANCE OF tT/tE. ,
I l \ this content than ever was made their escape: into the.i< I i. '
J western Canada has been stopped: al I I i\ed in contest of ih's kind ia .
I TIME SET. i lib a I The jail delivery was r )p''>n r .i I L'Ohl'l"

J the boundary' line and dominion tui-ned back. I BY COMMISSION DECISION I MAN WHO KILLED CONDUCTOR I Volusia county. to Sheriff Joe Penh.. .i.;>
of the goerument
The edict
: m the contract with] During the week several con ,
r : In stipulating : I past Lily formed a posse aid I --;all > ung /'
'. Is. said to have been the result <- Curtlss that J. A. D. Me l ', t..sUuits: have made decided jumps) the woods.
Glenn II.
t of stories of ::
EYES I ;;-:' the south Curdy. should: be the. aviator sent i II in the race, and their friends: hate The plot to f'i* \'lte; | from the: : ja 1was I
by the
t. I became active in their behalf. evidently pre:onc iv.d :and ..Iair !-
r too carefully safeguarded. 1 ': "' ern &tates' of the United: States an(] here to make the exhibition aerop'anflights : -- I i Vise Marjorie Rotzien leads again ? Walker had just begun to' serve

soave but one pair to last :, the Canadian goveinment doesn't' the last week in March: the< OFFICIALS CLAIM MORE THA; I ANOTHER NEGRO HELD IN* this week with a total of 18'J.tilO( .he (prisoner with dinner, when,- at

o If there are Indications , care to take chance on having co!- Daytona hotel men secured one r of THIS AMOUNT WAS TO HAVE CONNECTION WITH THE MURDER votes: which shows a to'al gain orG a i signal all the: pri; oners jumped oalim. f

[Ig wrong with your child's t, onies of the blanks establshed here the pioneer air machine hand'ers: :',sr;::t volte during the week. I overpowered the keeper and t
;g him or her and I will fit --:--- BEEN EXPENDED IN INCREASED I IS ALSO TAKEN OUT AND II I Miss Holt McCorkle made g.eat nude their escape befor.- he could
With the exception of theVrigli
Glassts to correct the I gains during the week. This .
jb past
rail for assistance Jui> r Wa ktc
[if medical treatment i i08 nee- r. :CHARTfR brothers and Glenn H. Cunitss; himself I I week she has atuialof: I :3t;;., which made valiant efforts to free himself:

|will tell you so. McCurdy is the odest: man I In NEW YORK Feb.! 2;-Coer\a! ; Ga., Feb. :2!:.-A repot is a gain of SS.S..O votes during the but the odds against him wee: tots

the business. live estimates today by railroad! experts i from! Warrentown Ga., this morning,<, I Isa past week i great; and every one 01 .Ia,- men cca-

eville H. Clark He was one of the first men to< show the railroads of the wes t. )'.; the negro who attacked Conductor I! Miss Mena l'olitz.ho; made.the l .,Intsl in the jail but one, escaped.JUIIK.S 1 -,
r STEAERFOR and official c'ass'fication territoo: ;. ; I greatest gain of the week jumped I Boyd, a white prisoner bwng '
make a public flight in the Unite Thompson oa the Central of
Optometrist will lose an ine-re-.se in income from fifth to third place on the Honor held: for the circuit court, and

ar the Sign of the EYE. : States: and the fLr.t man to fly ai amounting to $30,000.000 as a resut! i Georgia train ye terday was tilt n :! Roll[ .and now has a ttxalof! 1 17:,":" illeged by the: officerto be
- - -- -- : II aeroplane in Canada where he sit of the interstate commerce: torn mission from the jail and lynched late: last i i VOtUi. Miss: I'olliz shows a gain of It rider!' of the gall, baa !>.'.-nured esp-:

TR1Pj holds: the records for distance am decision fobddng an increasein night. Another negro be'd in connection 11 stm'otett;: during the week. and returned to the j.iii. .
freight tariffs. : Miss Florence: Uittets runs co' e ai.d lave!
Sheriff Petry sej
duration flights.; He was the fire with the murder was a's) p.
: The railroads cbim that more than behind Miss Po litz with a total: of I >eon archiiiK all II'gilt for ibe otb-
EN GOODS .- aviator to entry on wireUs expert this amount was to have teen expended strung up.Conductcr. 1 l if..,**:.. l"r prisoners and today are scatteredIrogh

-:- *LUXURY FOR MILLIONAIRES mer.ts and the first man to send: a I in increased wages and t t tofficials e Thompson died in t'e: I I The run is now getting close and the woods coaiii.uitig thcr 4 ,

wireless message from an at-rcp'-ani' : ha\e: p'ac'd th s ti-ti.e: :a" hospital at Augusta tat night.;; I. ; the votes; secured from one five-year. : I st.-1nh. The iorv, ; of ::11.' sh riif rat

- -- j f: ON o TRIP ACROSS ATLANTIC.[ in flight. IIU recent atteaipitd: ove $;; .,IiJ\J\ .I'tt). i is claimed that the conductor: did no:: ': subscription will practii'al'y pla< e theowest b .- been joined by a nui:.,!><-7; cJ I

[are carrying a completef : i i the sea flight from Key West tilavaua < I kill the negro when he shot him on :! contestant in the race ahead: I men today and th> way lit. i|l.-,. K P*
I II of the highest.On .,. .., nom'i
scattered through tli- u. ;
hu made him the most I re : i
f (j reen Groceries, in- I,*rEv BAD FIRE SWEEPS NEWARK ; the train yesterday only wounding'' : .
k' :FIFTY AMERICAN MEN OF :i talked of aviator at the pre-ent tim< f I next Thursday March -, t.e I II i.s i not belie.d ix>ss.bi.ui:I > ", ::wm..n j'ry
him, and that the black man was
R : a I gold watch offer will expire{ aid; ev- t g4-

den Wax Beansrreen j t: ,<\C.' WEALTH HIRE THE LARGEST I'I'f ',! and flights the will desire be to a drawing see him: card in a-'tua for I FOUR BUILDINGS s BURNED.l taken The in name charge of the by the negro sheriff.lynched a*, i I I i'ry contestant should s'rive to :>e- !I Ieu're The can: sheriff escai ha, ofrr."-.d..t '1"\ ..irtiif ;t 1_

"v VESESL AFLOAT TO JOURNEY ;I persons from all parts: of the 6t.1.te.I the slayer of Thompson w.... Char: it: ..I $:.o for tlK- capture of a.... U i -
The exhibitions here will be advertisetl i Hereafter no free vole coupons it i.1 ; haw:>, a negru held! for muider. 4tn>l t 1q4
Jones and the other blufc man
Beans ' CORONATION. I BLAZE STARTS IN MOVING PICTURE appear in the Guzette-Xi-ws: or Daily: of iauf f
TO THE I If. II throughout Florida: and in lynched was John Veazey. who killed $!:; reward for capture eav 1 1I
I I 1 I Xews and only the reular'oting: I the other escaped Irrisones.: +
BELFAST. Ire'.al.d. t'eb.Fifty:; vitatiohs: extended to evtrylody t.nine THEATER AND SPREADS; Charles I'arham, a'b..te planterast ,. ct-r-I. > i q ;
CucumbersCauliflower .
tificaUs will be honored: by .
all in th.
here at that iuie. The exhibitiou The oil icers .in : tugs
i, -f.:: _American millionaires through t a l' : with an automobi'e oa the( I RAPIDLY, DRIVING 400 PERSONSINTO November.The : judges of the cunte 2. This is i don- !' SI.'t1J1I! of tla.- ,:ate; hi\; .lx-.-n n..t.i.i 1. p. _
chartered"} the ue\v race sheriff and his deputies left' I II
: 'syndicate fusttst beach in the worlJ: gin.: be because of the complaints which hate i.-d tu Inon tl...- watch: fur any'>,;
I :*..White line steamer: Olympic to come THE COLD. early in the night to get another : reached this office about the mutilation he ,
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and I i.ipd in1
worth : many miles to see I II /
: across the Atlantic to attend the cor zvuz I negro implicated in the ki ling ol I of .
Tomatoes ,..'' in June. :,the fight i at high altitude: over tht XE\\'.\UK, X. J., Feb. 2.: Fire Thompson and during their absence I papers.The yri
Donation of George
.. King I following is th'taudtig.ofalloutestants :
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by towns ol' S--aVre-/.e! : and Dayton starting in a moving picture theaterat the mob entered the town quietly,, RENCIImm}\\ mm
; The Olympic will be completed up to Thursday Ke!>. :l'i.!:: : ,
Peppersare .. I teach, the bio.d Halifax river ant SIS Sixth avenue burned tour I broke the: locks on the jail l and took .
largest vessel
that time and will be Marjorie IUX.Z en. 1*","III 1
I '. -, afloat. The round trip will cost' the city of Daytona: will aLo be aifxhibition I buildings adjoinng: eary: this morn: the two negroes: to the edge ol Holt McCorkle . . . . . . 1 I8:1'i"' :; ;:. I AS RESULT OF M f ATTACK. t''
the of daring which wi i 1 pro'ea ing. The spread of the flames I town, where they wree banged to :. t tMALI.
Always Fresh. the millionaires CuOOC'0' and I Mena Pollitz 17i: ,J.. i
I big drawing card. drove 4W p.'r.oPs into the co'd in the limb of large tree and their ,
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party will be a strictly private "lore nee Gktene 1 I.nS: :
--- their night clothes. The loss will The ? 1 t tt
--- ::: bodies riddk-d with bul'ers. 16.1
Roberta Hobbs 1 :: MAJORITY
;CHOLERA IN HONOLULU; PAlS HIUIOII Ai HALF I, mount to $1 :'tI.tllO' (/ town is quiet today.: Margaret Urokaw I4,;itl:!=r J
MAINTAINED. - -- - : :. ,
: QUARANTINE I II --- Dora \\Vhuer U" .r.2.:!
CO. I ... '.. II I Kthel Houston !J I'..". '. .f .f t i
', ; I I,III Banking Marie Farlee !::'"I Iu::"> : 1 ;1,
)rot found in the uu-:
;. cholera have been I t r ,
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:;tire quarter ai.d a sri: {t quarantine --- I t
B. tier Mrs..1.:;::. crnts 1.l1woluI'r un this, ,lorLtvn ,k now being! maillt tilled. ; BELT LINE PURCHASE!? I iii ;; ," :.- ,\ 'iiit ::1 dj<-s.i >I I j I', list Sully; Holland II",.1I' :::, I PARIS .F'.b. J.".-The Krian l iiun i
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llf.h. will cull at th+ l ItttlyIC. > l : will Monday U."- :: ,
U-furr tomorrow nlui; I : PRqMOT-ED LOUISIANA, ARKANSAS & GULF cun-i-tii > iiid:: :ihcr :s"parale'y| ;' ( and Llrace Curdick . . . . . 1"I::...:::I'U : sty r.-sgit; as e l
( fRED MILLER 11I 11\\ I II nit of an attack it the( vhaiwir' "t: i i; .f

I! BY ILLINOIS CENTRAL ROAD RUNNING FROM HAMBURG ,I, al Isu I l.-t.::: -jarjitvly/ ea h c-Ju-ck or ">i>iiti. > lit! infill ai.d the .small
word II : tII IJ I NO QUORUM AT ALBANY j I major it}. rrturifd on the rote: ol t:'>n- y' -*
Daytona friends have rtceivvd I I draft. Allow ample time ((3 to 6
' Miller.IWho .. TO MONROE.MEMPI1lS. I I FOR SENATORIAL VOTE. iid.u' a taktlI. j
|Of the promotion of Fred H. -i
STRUCTOlinks has been dVtrk-t piss'engerent Teen Feb.It:! \\a ; who know the value of high gni'le ;I juys) for your bank to collect out'of I ALBANY. X. Y Feb.When WHEAT QUARTER LOWER

"& of the Illinois: Ct ntral road : announced today tInt the Cotton: Be/: I Teas and C ffees./ The test >>f these ;' town checks! before drawingig.iin.st i the :34th joint .senatorial ballot was I I'called AND MARKET IS WEAK. 1 '+

> wRa headquarters at Birmingham, to I railroad has purchased the Louisiana, I them. today tilt..... gas no quorum.: i ii M
f 1; the position of division passenger Arkansas & Gulf road for $lr Ww....>. beverages on any table marks the I i I l"ftlC.GO.eb.. L'.',-The whwtt.

t'9 agent with headquarters at St. Louis. The line is 60 milts in length and difference between the families of i I Do your utmost to keep a snag YACHT GOES AGROUND I market was 1-4 to :t t-S'/ l lower today, + tIll

The promotion was: announced by. 11. xteiids from hamburg, Ark., ttMonroe. discrimination and those: who do balance with your bank. Tbe bank NEAR CAPE ANTONIO. Jay being: quoted at $.Hi' :t-4. Provi- I. ;;.
k J. Phelps general passenger agent, La.DAILY I I ion.s wr fa.s.r. May iik.. $17.70; ii4
m the appoiutmsnt takes effect not know what good tea and coffee I will notice this and will be ready to IJ.V.X.Ft.'b.. 2-:;> A wirelesstessage I lard. fi:I.:;r':!; r.Lt., $!' ego; I Ho! *> wee tT. 'I
.OVNN.NNNNd.ON.ONII received here this morning I i-.ti-l-\ s-nly.;
nit Wednesday. reciprocate.Xever !i>\\ :tinlt -a ly al..1 l
I I, STOCK MARKET REPORT ]' i is. Let u, serve you if you want ,I I saya the yacht Atmah. with Uaron St I
I cash cheeks for strangers ---
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the best. almond Rothschild on board, has ;
\ '-t ..0.................../... I I it( is dangerous. Banks will not do gone aground near (.apt Antonio. I Ii -s CHURCH Druggist

1ftlI4( tn4, NEW YORK. Fob :27! ..Stocks op' !i Vessels are king rushed to th,.- ,
take 37
afford to PHO.Nt
it neither can: you ?
; ; ?ned irregular! today not having ful I icene. I Ii r Beach Street Florida.Everything ,:2 i 4.l i
a I y i recovered from the hysteria oiyesterday. -CONRAD GROCERY i the risk even if a purchase: has i I II ?' Daytona, t j q y' .q5ldl.nr

) Most of the railroads: I been[ made. I The first souvenir at the ('ryic:al IuuJ lc, rr+t bahv-: t ,,
i We fraction lower. Cotton wajnchanged > I theater Thursday night a. brass tea I Ii
I receive"our shipments \A ere a I I to accept
Banks not compelled
are I IIi to seven lower. Later, ocood are i tcectle was secured by Jacob Smith :

i lof Candyj every week so !; demand the market rallied u COMPANY :I Jeposits: : fromeryone and may refuse of New York City a member of B.I I

above yesterday. P.I O. E. lodge Xo 1 of that c:'> be found in
tog it nice several points to
you are sure get to d.) .-" tt.'h'-ut./ "motions.; 1 :
[aranteed. and Nunrally's Stocks closed heavy and genera'r !- 'PHONE 61.Daytona. : The second, a cut glass bell: j"lato'jIJ first-class t ,
fresh-Huyler's I lower. Cotton closed bareljteady IJ L. H. Rowe Me t'Om al.y..h 'iriit I

and Norris' } : at three to eight net higher. :-.: ,-d to Miss: Mab.-l Mortal.Nu. Store 1 :
> LodgeNo. Drug
lIt .4)) MERCHANTSBANK : :>, a hand pai.'iT'll: cu;, .1:111: Io3.'
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"The'Great Candy Trio." Turk (','ntrul.. .... .... JIC:J- : w I nas s'-curt-d by V--! I. i > > ., Prescriptions a Specialty.
rw,10 l |tr."ff. ,01'' I I' ';u s/ U. r. B. P. 0. E. iiid Xo.I.. a t1 i tHenry > I
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AOhlO A Phone promptlyattended
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Meets Every Tuesday
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ti NKINS Vorthrn- 1-aclllc .... . 1- ,* Ir.iVunylvanta. :;.-,' Evening. Visiting I K\ Yi i:, 1 1l 1t ',
The Druggist ... i li8:: ': ,
SI Members Invited. A. D. MCBRIDE President ; -F"" "': il;: : t.

CO. AT THE PLACE ..*l>mth>:ulli-.'rte: ra.-uio .'..r.:.;- .'!.--i.'4 ,?ip:fi=> T E. Fili erald. E. R. J. B. CONRAD Vice.,Preside at 1Iy :::.j -: 1". ::1. :'. t Fay n l li rten "ii't Free Delivery. + l,
FOSTER ,Where Volusia Meets Beach. t'1IU11i I'il.-ltl.- 1 -.-"- Geo. F. Crouch, Sec F N. CONRAD CashierF . '
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IIIIII ._- ... . TH UAYTONA-_ DAILY_ NEWS_ _ _ ._ _ _-_ _ __ __ __ _ _ '. i

11111 : ; :- : GEO._ .WRA_-Y I I DELANO, THE ATHENS" OF FLORIDA ] -1r

- f Dealer tV
e PIANOS aDd DELAND the county seat of I
PLAYER PIANOS I' VOLUSIA _________ Volusia County STETSON r
miles southwest of
is situated
Concert T.ner .
PIANOS FOR RENT I COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the latter P1VERSIIITechnlcaltteUoouJ .- ::],

BANK city by an excellent hard-surface: DPLANDFLA. !
constructed. Four tJoU 5 "'of
road recently F.
FLA. j
DiLAND At DeLand is located the John B. Equipment e*.tIng DeLand b
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nearly 14410.000.
i7 4." TO University one of the leading -
Stetson Endowment HO.OUO. for a few
NIt : b----'" 1 I\\. k' L J. HOLMES'iii Capital $100,000Surplus educational institutions of the Faculty of 4tt Prostructors. .
;- i $50,000 '''''!IOn and" I D- this c ty
-" ::. : :-- - of the interest in Chrtsti .
WOMAN'S So ath.
Poae77tor' i {:;::; : :( J1-i4zir- but non-H-ctari; t
-. :- EXCHANGE A. D. McBRlDE, matters educational DeLand is known Teaching. *Dry >

I ICE CREAM IIn.1 "1\,1, th.. OIo"t President I* as "The Athens of F10fl4." For address Information., Fred K.nj
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I nj qvaotity. __ ,, L; -.- ,L- % -: 4 -::= -: tt 1..lIutlh.ll..nlht'rarIa ( I.nunrtb:!'t..n-- J.B.CONKAD.. Vlce-Prcsident Stetson University ha?a faculty of Lincoln. Ilulley' '

I I MILLS'European .;-_ 'p '.s 1'q' : CI''Inlt IInd I "tnlllplnJl I B. A.. woo D. 50 professors and instructors. There Ph. I.LItt LL. D..D.. Born.

if:' : Casht.r.DREKA'S. arc over $400,000 in buildings and .......Lj'residsri$ Mrs. (rtoavenue.
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'--re -'' "'9 ---- endow
:4'-W" o:; I :;r7---- equipment; nearly $300,000
: IRestaurant J I
I to the most meat Carnegie; : Library alone: representing pounds.
anftf Tact must be apparent ; a '
: By L. C. DEMAREE. -- J. If. PEHKIHS[ tendance.
iagsi iiissisusisieusisi' superf: ial observer.! With such lav- an investment in building

.* SHOES AND FURNISHINGS One of Daytona's crownmg glories kh weiltb of' natural beauty it be- DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than Iff .Pedigri
her Incomparable' beach. None of is the United
Is hand
foi the The library
____ k came an easy STORE $120,000. Attorney and ,_ ;: sale 614
-: It Pays to Trade at : ) who hau. ever set foot upon itS PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS Jrn to give the finishing touches States Government depository for the CounselloratLaw

Peck's Bargain House : amooih. packed sands; no one who I 'wlhich have; vrought out the colors EVERYTHING State of Florida, and contains over '. Mre. R

; ver pedaled a bicycle over its: oxpa.ns -, and outlines of the big picture. i TO EAT. 15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one 3largaret..ejoIned ,

; 112 South Beach.Street.......:. v ; no one who ever drove a Man did all this in the laying! out TO WEAR. of the newest of 16 buildings, with , .
................ p'ranclag pair of horses and listened ---u-1- ..1ii -.i TO USEReading ..
wide marginsof represents an outlay much to
of the streets with their! --1: its furnishings Will Practice In .
. ................... I to the popping: of their steel shoes ..... Elizabeth Hall is one of .
... . ..................... parkage. The entire city becomesa Room. of $60,000. state and '. friends
: LUG WAR-CHINESE LAUNDRY : upon Its asphaltum-like face; no one beautiful buildings FederalCourts ;
grp.it park with driveways intersftlmij Elevator Service* the most. college
: ttt no. BBArn ST.. DAYTOXA. FLA. who ever steered a high-power automobile : E. S. HALL : Rest Room SW AMgage
Itroni Hhlrts ISNUht Hhlrts 10 I miles upon miles of driveways I in the South. :..
: White Hhlrta lUWoolen Hhlrts 10 : I down the broad stretch ofwavewa A'l
Cheek ShlrU 8!Undrhhlrts H. sand : Architect and BuilderNo. : 6>o good as to attract motorists G.A.DREKAV4CO. The city has a population of shots;
a hro and surf-packed
New htrt8 lSlr".t-rs! 8 from all over the continent.And 3,500 with a thickly settled country 1'yLA.'iD. FLA.I .
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'hIrtacoIIcrKtt.13Mocks.pvrpa1r, 3 but realized that It Ss a world beater 2IU Palrm'tto Ave.I : IJELAND: FLAT M l> an
Collars or Cuffs :2} |Handkerchiefs.: adjacent DeLand proper is five
I FLORIDA. ., as for the pa\ements pavements
Go stand
., : LdIesc1othaatcurrcpond1ngprkcSIISI << a world-wonder. upon the xy
.......................... tnis wile speedway and see the hap- ..i.i.i.i.u.uii.u..sI.I.Ist.i.i.isi.i.iiieuiiISuI I : thai look and act like granitewhere miles east of the St Johns River, on [I WRIGHTINSURANCE I week s-en
else between the eastern the high rolling pine land of the
souls flit by in joyous mood, and :! VoIusiaJCountyAbstracLCoV.V ters w hi
.lSISISISSR.IS..M. py ------- of Florida.
of and wet;,; ?rn seas are M, many milesin great "Orange Ridge"
.answer whether this is not one .. home <.IK
: H. C. THOMPSON t. : the seven modern wonders. prouorton; to inhabitants? The : 'The predominating products are .#

.* LAMB ENGINESHUPMO : Ii i W. C. CHOWNING M. D. : paverae-nt question stands with the oranges and grapefruit, the estimated AGENCY 'Hot b.
: The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.|I IWbe'N Bert Fish; PresidentOury
this being over
of the chief drawing from vicinity
: BILES :: General Medicine and : etreet as one D. Lamlis. Hecntary crop
: Time. : think you is water with more; cards. Till some unheard of place und Treus. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes, I cmp a
Boastration Givea at Any :I Obstetrics :
: FlIOJfE : picturesque surroundings? :Nearly a Offlcf Hours I:: )to8i0.: 7to ( p.m. reports more and btiier, Daytonachrows Abstracts Furnished peaches, pears, Japan persimmons DeLand Florida tog is

.i.ssa.............u ...... mile wide fringed with tropical vegetation =: Over Kodak flace. Thane 39. : down the gauntlet to the and Titles plums, pecans guavas strawberries eric l.rt

artistic cottages with roomy pU.I.U..I.I.U.I.ISIalSI.si.isi.ieisisa..ususuI.. world. and other fruits are grown in plenty.In teuta
asuusiei.i.i.i.isu..ioisMCOB Perfectedand
verandas looking out upon her bosom ------ - --- - -- I Squirrels Flowers, Birds and Fruit Insured the way of public improvement OLDESTLARGEST Toe '

: ESPEDAHL i gamey food fishes In countless numbers .. Whi'.tev-r one's shortcomings, and are many miles of fine shell roads, an f.t- c. tbe

a Contractor and Builder beckoning, aa it were to those I however indifferent or even callous Maps Plats BndBlu..prlnts excellent high school, electric lights,
and Craftsman Na = DR. J. E. RAWLINGS : suppliedIIELANIa. ,
Superintends Designer Construction of BuildS with rod and reel;her bosom flecked I one may he to many thu'gs: the mere a system of waterworks that is owned and BEST p- :.I'If v

ings. Plnnsund foborotl't'Hp'eineutlons Na with duck and coot and snowy- :I Physician and Surgeon : mentica r.f "flowers and squirrels, : FLK. and operated by the city, supplying II I

i : DAYTONA, FLORIDA..ausiusisinsi.isi.isu. : winged sea birds. which sic about as I :I oFFlo'EovRKog.tK: PLAOKIPhont .: : I b.Tds and fruits" will send a thrill the purest water at little cost. IaMar :Ji

.i if: for the sport of bobbing upon the I hi that is reflected in distended pupils BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify thai For Florida o 'n

. .a.i.isI.................. waves; watch that lubberly old ..I..l.IeI.u.I.I.u.I.I.I.l.. and pi"icked ears. DeLand is a church-going commu FARMS

a N white headed pelican pouch a fat .-- - --- - - -- For every \is'tor: : with: a spare goober nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Methodists .

: OSCAR MICHAEL II mullet and that fish hawk struggling, I ... . ... .R there u> a bunny ready to come COMPANY (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES ) 0.

CONTRACTOR : upward with his floundering load he and ai-cept :your gift. He will sit bolt Manufacturers of Christians and Catholics TIMBER or J. errspend "

: Filling and Grading : snatched from the water : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS I t'p'3hu' and! knaw into the meat LUMBER besides colored Baptists and Methodists TRUCK UK/

: See the beautiful launches splekand I Civil Engineers casting; furtive saucy glances at you LATH are represented. Dr U
: : LAND
Heavy Hauling a Specialty. : SHINGLES
I wjtlh and lockers
span, hampers I' meanwhile The graded school offers a ten Daytouaimu.iiK
!Send for 'BargaInI'h..e
I t bulging with refreshments, both solid : DAYTONA, FLA. Flo'.V' r3. Usually fifth and bloom MOULDINGS and the building which \to t,!
\ = !,:::= := and liquid, ready for a cruise upon th : p Estal'Il'hd: 175.I ing the year 'round, you are renjlMl: ) Agents Mubury's: Paints it years'occupies is newly furnished Chandler

beautiful surface. Take out jour field li U I.I.ISI UO1 uI.I.lI.l1llS I "d of Gol M. DeVOY & CO.
I \Vhlt.'
.ELLA I| 'glass and the river from - ------ ---- earliest visit tl
sweep -- Smiling! spr-'ng' its paid : PliiAtiTJcorulnCIay commodious and best equipped public journal

Ormond bridge to Ponce Park D.BI.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B1 And Bummer's lingering blossomsare (; \: BrIck I WOOTTEN[ COa of New J|
MILLINERY | :Bond Hand :Brick1)RLAND i schools in the
k light} house then say whether the delayed.In .
I : E. L. STEWART : FLA. i The trip from Daytona to DeLand FLA,
Halifax isn't a thing of beauty anda one yad roses of varigatwl hues in little Foihouse s.|
I and made a
H.. 8 Beach St.. Daytona Fla. joy forever, and one of the modern e HHfi.tl|Physician utt<'ntion to dlsrast Surgeon.s of the redoimnatt: ; another household hasa i is hour by and there are many all
over an
j> XXXiXXxXXX)( )( !) \\onde.-j. K:>e, .:lIr. Throat antI! Sow Ofliwmill penrhant for the poincetta and the front, IG'I
- - --- reskltncMagnolia: nvtnutirtl: : LANDIS & fiSH : pretty drives in the vicinity of the THE
'i' door west of P. O., telephone ,nj.Ottlct' premi.:is ire aflame; another is hidden trees,, a
The Enchantingly! Picturesque Ridge- : hours: V u. in. to V. p. in. : Attorneys at Law : county site. A good road leads to GORDONGARAGE

I iri / East Florida I wood. .B.B.B.BtBOB.B.B.B.B.B.B0l. the in spice a jungle of life of and tall cane.here is Varietyis where State Practicing and Federal all DeLeon Springs. five miles, a historic I lights In good c.
of water
Ouurts apet, where 60,000 gallons
l -- -- - -
; Rldg wood avenue Is upon the crest, you find it. !special fHcllltles for
Telephone Company of a broad ridge straight as the crow I .ISIStSU1.l.lSI.IU.I.l.Ilp I II .. The birds flit In, and wttlh their Investigating titles Itndpt'rf..t'tI bubble from the earth every minute. The
n.(; From DeLand automobiles go south
flies and the wide spreading branch notes help to give fullnessand KLAN1; FLA. DeLandHeadquarters
I :I DR. F. H. HOUGHTON :J: joyous
Connections at Daytona : I to Osteen, 18 miles on shell and
? es of 'he heavy-trunked live oaks eXtend symmetry to the picture.As I

I'' i for Long Distance Points their gant! arms across the magnificent : Dentist : for fruits, choice citrus troLtS.j STEMTSBLY{ marl ferry roads near Osteen; thcSt and Johns cars is crossedby can then for
I i .
>'eta, forming an arch, and ; AutomobilesAGENT
** Dajtona.eds: the palm to
r JITT L/offlc- I'"-ck RiockI bane A. Iot..wsrtE continue to Sanford and Orlando by
H. C. THOMPSON Mgr. from these extended arms great festoons -
PHONE\\VbtKndHouthHrlilgf: I
: quality and quantity per acre. There ford lily road. There shell road FOR
hard is a
.win < -- trade of winds Spanish from moss the sway tropc:as seas the :i .1.......................! ere scores: of citrus groves in prox- Mary StewartAttorneys at Law from DeLand to Orange City. five Maxwell Tour ..

IR IIII fan them. Looking straight ahead' .......................... to imity the to e..rth;:the city with, branches their burdens beading of< und Notaries Public: miles and a good road from DeLandto ingCarsandRunabouts

H. T. McCLELLAN down: this white shell street one 'has : T. K. ..ltz ..r"ld K F. lutes : lucious golden globes, which for PF.JD. FLA.J. Lake Helen a like distance. I

I IllI t the Impression of a fairy path with
:: FITZGERALD & OATES beauty pioflicacy and al! desirable

i Mill Work i lftea draperies, but as you move J. Attorneys and Counsellors at Law J: qualities would truly astonish. 'OU. A.ERICKSON, BiD SANDSTONE BRICK CO, Arthur CW.P.Humlta UtuulloHAMLIN
EIIHII *'tong and cast an eye first to the Royal
( l'N'11I1 "FHOHIII. for Exenilnmimg: I. The Fastest Autos and The Finest j Manufacturers I
II IV Write or ask bim about anything i "rightnd then to the left you see and t'erfttmng<< Land Titles 4Oltict I

t IP! yon want made of wood Everything ''i'I' I distinguished cottage home' in the : InConriid Bulldlnfc. Phone 12easlu.ioI.a..e..ei.i.ul I J: Out. Largest& CO."Ktock of I Light Granite Drab, Brick Buff, Red awl .

I flI the best. I mot delightful settings. TheeuiTh worldvonder, do you Pianos Or ms and I
irg.(1mpu.Im 1-'r. Prompt
:' t-blp-
See tho glistening leaf of the grand I ask? Ccme. whether from Alissom ; Sewing Michines I 1.1' .b.'nt.- fur I ,K'Ic.:. t and Pri.tLAkL '., &
North Firewood Ave. Fhone123ki ('k.! !. !southf ..JacomiI'sL.kNI. .<- 1ii.i.iN.! F1.\
magnolia which nature has varnished : Maine froa Kalamazoo i ii
i or fou o [ I'. FI..\. i HAMLIN
N.!(! ... !>-i\.,.\!!( \!. a ;as no jrt'.v's' brush ever could; and DR. J. P. ESCH ,; i T.mbiKto: und you will be "l: bown:' !
-- ---- LAKE HELEN I
the cabbig palms with their burdens t li-jie is where the world's record for
Physician Surgeon
""Jf ,!1o\'y fruit and swaying palMb, i spt.-d! iS broken with' every returrmKi I ALLAN'S Surrounded by several pretty lakes Attorneysand
I PiCIiRSiJE[ t PORT ORANGE[ I't't I1. miiM:l.i |1"'I\.lItth< h '\I -\1lh..r\ I) r
I fr the lovely holly with its:; exquisft ;- '1. K:. <'hlln'h.| I l1t.... l homo' ':J t t.. :! .piii. i :,ea"O"l.uto, !;, the bi Sfst, the fast- I end guarded by lofty pine trees isL.akc Counsellors
. N At to PvMbtfc:
) .
t< 7 III. Phom IS" I'V\I I >:\V .
I ft 3 U!<> ; see the climbinginea 11I'\1'11: i e:-t. and the finest an on daily parade i i Helen, a win'er resort of no at Lawl'.l.Nl

PORT OIt.\St" IN I mn riot in the trees; see the cr> i>- . i!1 : d the big show is as free as I DRUGGISTSJE".iELrRS little .
\!. r.o. ;.\... .\... !.i." ..,! .!,!,!'!\!.\..,. < I importance. Camp Cassadaga,
B .FttlLt$1t \-11 age PORT ORANGEHOUSE ,<,a..w.fOMll: >i which gain a foothold the: pur .utes.an (tater fio.u the: i a spiritualistic camp-ground is situated -

kltoat Hl H\f mil", i J ,e .,..!. .!. !) ..!' ."., \. ' I I I', FLA.
kouthof Iftyt.tIsI on jn the great oaks and riuattslyPA'UIS :: ) .o. !\ tnoiisaud-! of flowing wells.: It :A a TFLANP. FL. near Lake Helen and at this .

the 13ytonS"W: and surely you will join in The Manhattan Cafe '1 cont'IHIO.IS show with a constantly I I place several hundred people make

(Hmyrna hunt sur- tlie! chorus and say that this is a | snitt:dy:: scene. i i'e.ythilJg winter headquarters. A Luge lumber 1
fDoeradth.stnt world wonder for beaut).. ;ij) for ladies and gentlemen. G. W. Fisher I I "FOUNTAIN'S"
s. Fred Cummings };, goes from a 2-horse i mill and the largest brick plant In

highway. The of the town KustCoast. : Isloct Owner and Manager Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage j I) Regular Dinner 11 to 1.30 Daily. g power up ta :VO-howe power and I Drug Co. the South are located at Lake Helen. DaUiDFL.\.

<>4on tht> Ilall- jj) Short Orders. Boa Lunches. : ejl deg-cea; of spetd from a canter I
Homes. Drugs, Stationery
law River, and Is !J) Everything Fresh. : to a two-niile-a-mSnute clip. You will Clothing I
*> Special Attention Shown to Ladies. \!. Huyler's Candies
C'IOlLDt'ekod with the PORT ORANGE No one of Daytona's attractions, : : I probably catch the sprit, when you: Kodaks I The principal attraction around FurnishingsShoes
I Cigars
peninsula opposite perhaps, commands more nearly universal THE MANHTTAN CAFE : I do the roads and the beach are >ours. RLANI, FLA. Orange City is the many handsome I.
The a town 1* well BEACH Attention and praise than does $ 38 South Beach Street : I The Florida sunshine is free the golden orange groves. The town is

laid out and has the artistic cottages. The owners of l \ !.. balmy' ocean breezes are free, the supplied with water said to be the

many pretty homes.A Lots for Sale. these charmingillas hail from every ---- -.- birds: and squirrels and flowers are A. Ii. OUUAtLThe purest in the world another attraction -

large number of Liberal Terms corner cI the country and they bring ..........................' I free the sparkling fountain water is I to visitors. It is at Orange City
tourist and wInterjealdenti Allowed for ,
make Port IMPROVEMENTSOcean their own architectural plans and : When You Are Looking for :: Trte and you will have to go'down J'' thai passengers over the Florida East IIHiaLAambFLOkifh

5 Orang winter I'beadqoarters or River build upon them and as the archi- .: onto your wallet only for com for !! Leading Coast: Ry. transfer to carriages anddn )

*ne of the FISHINGConveni' t.ecture of one section of the country :: Some One to Do .: auto. and bed and board. GROCER \"e to Deland. The town is surrounded -! ;

i .everal.. attractions nt to Automobile differs from the architecture of another This ;'S LO fanciful picture> ; it's all I by land peculiarly adaptedto f
excellentfithtng. Race (V : i
the >uruud *
being DELAND,
Bridge. so do our homes differ in FLA. the cultivation of citrus fruits. fI
It other thousandsand
i i here. u> drawing I I
I If
| Electrical Work _..
A short dlstant'ewest AHIyto outward appearance and : i ho'd-np! them enthralled, it will |: ---- - -
WM. C. HOWES . ...................
af Port Orange cent beauty from one another. There are .. I I charm and bold )'ou. Come and see ) ...ww... ....... ................................- ...- -.-.-.V Ti -.
are the remains of Port (lr"ube. Fa. no monotonous rows" of strikingly I
The oM imnlawton :f: PHONE 14, :: : I
similar blUd'ogs but the eye aa it ,

that sugar la mill Tlslted a every place Pert OrangeOISTR sweeo" by is treated to a kaleidoscopic :, ,' "From the Grove to the Table" I, i THE DAILY NEWS !

3'rarbybundr.dsOftourists. change which keeps the mind FORLAWJf ;: .
One timeall [ CO. wondering, "What next?" [ .
the country 1). 1)tY) PONTGrow. : It U IK?: only the exterior of many :f THE ELECTRICIAN. |: -
of Port Orange sur- rand ImealerOYSTERS : Gro"vn on the Halifax.
ot th-j homes which rivets atten- whose
old s * three
rounding the and i The finest quality of fruit for sale : Gives some_ persons. :
j ----
Away ----
lu'.ll: was a vast In- I tiM; w'h.n they are models of con Best Prices Best Work 4

digo and sugar cane Pt.Orllng.CLAMS..IIK"tonnWM. enience and the finishing: :! and furnishing : NORTH BEACH STREET :: in single boxes or car lots. Special : names were mentioned in _the :

lantatlon.The' mill i jive evidence of the elegance .:: I attention paid to filling orders.
operated extenbUely I .......s.................. : Every Day previous 'spa per. j :
and cultivation of those who worked -- -- - MUNROE & STEVENS
In those early C. llO'fSReal .
dsya but has >enlal I U all out. Indeed, it is the interior ..eIs1.IsI.I.uu.I.Is1..i1GROCERIES GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. .. .

4 l uv for fortor Estat I arrangement and artistic furnishing Four Tickets the :.
: Crystal
I : i iat : Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. ,
lily y.ars.ery Insurance and sh diT.g. more than! the exterior .

\ \ mtere iim I appearance that gives a surpassing _ I : Theatre and a Merchandise :

drive from luvtoniM NOTAiV PllsLl I charm Dajtona: homes. : n\f and let li\3 pru -, it fl . . . ,
to This feature
I. h !' '-' ' &v..j: :"'! !" !' '!'!'!-o.! :
Iy ocean a.
I Order for 25 cents :
on some
to thv appro.u-11 01 Port Oranlte. lii.S. I IS. I jastly; merits prominence as an'ther : JOHN P. POLLITZ. JMcDonald's IIIISISRI. J \ GITTENS & MESSING .

vonc'er.Streets .
lit.iorI;:,'. It'ro-t'r.iu.tir.d l'it '! '<' ..uI.IIlSIsIIIiiisuIISi.e.I.iSlSisI.Rs..ia c | ,', --", '? !I... .. I L.,:,_, ,\ '" !. : local store. : : : : : : .

,ru :.. and t Ii" np.ha S. G. URIi ard Pavements the Most .. :\ "'. ( ) Fresh Fish ., :
th'-oilt.u It Ulrliuipal ,j -
:ng and Best. : . :: t
: Boat Yard .
; -tr,', J ot I !.- > ..1r-- Clams .
!Tort lh.ru [(knra1Merchandis I Why th Architect of the Universe Established: 1903\

..... jf th-. .', 1 1. i : chose to give; Daytona the moot ad- : CHAS. M McDONALD. Propr.etor \ I'and Rose Bay Oysters t Watch for them---your name may '

.r.tt..l' old 1 .U,(,::' r. \ : ; mirable. the most.picturesque natural : Railways. Boats Built Repaired J ;, Markft on South Beach Street .. t 1
null n-1\l in;
LaytonnlaytI.; 'ii il I Part Orlnze. 1Ls. I I sotting of all the cities of the South : and Housed. : '$ Phone 5 Prompt Delivery : be next. :

on th,' uI.I.: : :: l Is not revealed, but that such is a{ .
1SI&eISISI.I.i.n.isitu. !.' '.! :'.'!'!' ', i' !:' '!:'!)!:'.!' I!'!'!: i .4..e..4 ....... ................ .....e..............

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[ BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY.I Mary's, Daytona: Sunday school,| **IUir.os: Day will be opened at ,fl. PROGRESSIVE. NEW SMYRNA I .1.

FLORIDA i the same od: race: as usual.: The i .
The subject of the pasters': 9:45: : a. m.; services and sermon 11 I"
serI I j Deach HO 6e. A fine prog.am will In
t ofoty mon tomorrow moving: at tha! Fi.-st a. m.; musk by vested choir. I rendered and a ?hood time guaranteed.Hours : I HOWEAND NEW SMYRNA:miles south is situated of fit-I ORANGES

1 r I BaptL church wi i 1 bsPower; for I ISenice Grace Church, Port Orange: services i of meetic will be from 1:00I : and is an ideal spot I Ifon want thv r

t oIlat. STETSON ,t ut ." In tLe! evening he v.il 1 and sermon 3:00: p. m. I I to 5:00: o'lock o'} tt.elt day: of from Daytona by a hard surface JI r\ l""tt <>ranx

UNIVERSITY r, rf / speak on" the: subject "Dead) But Grace Church, New Smyrna: service -j I March[ 19!I. Ilanoians.: meet with CURRIERFLORIDA winding through one of the most picturesque I app.j ut
of Florida. I Point Grove
fact l ,.: I Alive En rmore." The o dinarce: : o'I and sermon ':00 p. m.ell us and have a gocd time. : | With its parts ancient ruins dating back I
DE LAN D.> ,. for t hf Ked land n-
Four Oolleg** and\ 6 ; <. I baptism will be administered at the I : seats free at a'.l l sert'icts.I Yours to coaimand: I IIR. to a time when the history of man diin !:IVrrlrange
Technical School.) :';' )Mrs. FB. Wright came over from close of the evening servke. Strangers welcome :\ and MRS .\. S. HARROUX. LANDS runneth not, interlaced with wiresof t h.. brit i In th
a B. Equipment est.cad. trata:: yesterday alterncoa: telephone "tl&h'.
DeLand by the modern telegraph and
ing nearly I400WO. l' gers are invited. I NK\V: !HMYUAAFI.OUII
--- ------
Endowment ti)0ouo.) for a few days visit; with ra'.atvlea: in Stran'l 1>.\ its miles of shell streets as Grove situated Hot
the Kacnlty of 4" pfo- '!! .Dr.'J. C Herman: Osteopath: 20Volusli A Thing of Shreds and Patches. I hard and smooth as a floor and over- from Daytona .oa
: tona-tN
cay the Day w
lessors ,
t is .and Christian InItructOrs. I *"Carnival Day"-Feb. 2th.: 7S-2t : At'(>., Daytona, Phone 40. tf "Lady." bejrau I:1t'tl: / Reginald: M. LEIDERSDORF arched by hoary forest giants that I Smyrna Road.
but non-HevtarUn : I hobo, t'the .back door "cer unfriendly Resident A ent grew; in stately grandeur during the : Prices Moderate
Own *Dry wood for sale. Drop card to
Teaching. caulue 1 Is just after teariu me raiment Town and lapse of bygone centuries, New i FERD
Information.address Fred, Kingston, Kin ston. 7u-6t\ t +44444.4444444444444444. 44444444444.44.444 1*******: la a dozen places." I Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNProprietor

Y of Lincoln. Hnllev, "Iudc''d.!" snapped the heartless Roman and rest I
Thursday last, to i OIr. and !
e IV LIU.D, Born
his suit. "Which dozen

aad President LL. D. Mrs. George Fulte, of FaJrvIew; I I Cement Sidewalks j :?" surveying Xew Orleans Picayune. All nature here is very inviting to

owrep. avenue., a daughter, we'ght, sevenpounds. ii .::. ____ I the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here I I
10.0000. 09 iNtiN" too is to be found the best fishing and
Dr. G. A. Klock was in at .M lN i i'II IR. S. HALEY
J. I. PERKINSAttorney ' 4 == hunting in the state of Florida,
ins, -I tendance. .4 .' ALL HEALING I I
than f'f'DR General The people are thrifty, the bus:-
'Pedi reed buH'l terrier for
", g pups I l HZJ
ited I'II ness men enterprising, and all unitein
an.4Counsellor ir.: sale.614 So. Palme to. 74-6t : By the Foot or Mile Hardwareand
the I J ; DAVIS, Panthera ist I' extending the welcome hand of

cvu at Law Mrs. Royall Houghton and -Miss 4' -Mile Preferred :1 j | PENINSULA DRIVEttrcond Ii Builder's hospitality to strangers. There are
I I.rejolnid
five for white
ona Margaret, returned Friday n'ght and HouMonth of\Vlwt.T's church edifices peopleand

with } Mr. Houghton at the Gables,|! f .1 J i, DAYTONA BEACH StOIV FLORIDA Supplies, an equal number for the colored '
o -
tlap .much to the pleasure of their! many''I = .1 I i Furnitureand population; the town has an excellent
Will Practice In : I'll nt lN>rapy Is II irei-k roniiioundtilsiiilfylni .
c of Bute and '" friends in this( city."r. |I I I "1111 li"iiltiii.! The forci-. high school. a splendid public
I i II; .t.'nl'. Ub-t-Uc.. :1La,.,.Kr. Ost.- ( library, aad -to-date business 1
FederalCourts np
injs -
A. VandeVord Beach ii opathv.. Miitfwtlr and KUtri: t'ul,1)1I ( UndertakingNew
.WAXTED-UOOO on first: mort I i Daytona }Hu..... salt (iiow i-tr. ThM' forcl'rIrr . (i houses.
nbsolut.Tr -ittmtMtt ;jit offli I
Address X this office. CS-tf j I
ratntry .gage. SmyrnaTHE There are any number of pretty
., .**.*.*+ 44444444444444444444444 44444444 ,
44444444444 .L::= homes for the permanent population,
JlELA..1.lD, FLA. I .JI ;
:Mr. and :Mrs. E. A. Lapp were: inI tl+lN tNOi Ufa s and I .
fiver I' which numbers close to 2,000. |
oa t the city yesterday on the r regular I I i some very fine winter residences j STAKBAM A ,
a week's-end visit: to take their daughters 4444444444 1 44444444.444444 I ,
the WRIGHTINSURANCE There are good hotels and boarding (I'
,who are attending school: here, THE DESPLAND HOTELWILL : AUTO OWNERS ATTENTION : OCEAN HOUSE"0 houses where you can find accommodations I i t f

ue home to spend Suiuljy with them. 1 F. W. SAMS to meet your requirements. I 1 NEW SMYRNA 5 i
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tcdot 4 4'' I'H' 'l'lU J-T.: IR Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a ;j JOHN T. HVMMONDLieut '
AGENCY p ,., Hot baths, Hooper's Barber Shop. HOLD A 1'|.. -
er TIRES to fct all rims at the VULJ section of vegetable land as can: be ;
-- Rates: GLO.: L. BlH'II'IIISGt' : :
1 -- r Contractor .\. Vande Ford i it> !laying CAMZER, Cotta e Avenue I I found anywhere. This land has been j ihiTTransacts!

ons, i .. a cement sidewalk on Uce.n: avenue 4 your size not in stock will 4 I' S3.00 per Day I divided into small farms which can |:
DeLand, Florida TENNIS TOURNAMENT i iI a j
trio from the Surf Cre t to Hilton'stenement [: 4 PROMPTLY WIRE 4 Special per I be bought at reasonable prices. Some j General
4 4 Weeklluiitin I of the finest celery in the state I I 4
cnty. b r; : house in Djytona B'a;h. 4 delivery in from 12 to24 hours. 4 grown Bankin .--

cnts OLDESTLARGEST The walk extends: about SlIi\) ] ::ea! 4. --- 4. .h:'r..Ill.nt.. ..:;; is raised on this land. All other vegetables -
tIIfights : feet past the Jackson, Ilanua, Hubbell .1 nod I Fi hinh:11' ;; grow in abundance, and here, I Business ; i
x j .rl s. MCGREGOR \,: !NMYIIXAKl.oiMI'A: the home othe famous Indian Per'-=cnt. Interest (
.. Andrews';, Stewart ad Hilton : w. Agent : too is 4 on rime Deposit I
w r ; properties.'Palmetto. : River oranges. i.
.td and BEST f.i:' VULCANIZER Cotta e Ave. ,

lytagthat Club: musicae! will be tnJIarsh : Accessories and Repairs that HOLD 4 .I _ - ___ __ ___ ___ __ _u_ __ __ _ __ ______ -- - i.I e
"nd, as per club! calender. For the Guests of the Hotels and for the Cottagers, 44444444444444444444444444 4 .Ie ,. I F .
For Florida s 44444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444
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Pre eth,. GROVES FARMS .,, Dr. W. J. Chandler: of Orange N" MARCH SIXTH .I R. H. 1 MCDONALD :. '; | The Joseph Zapf Co. .

olics, TIMBER or J., arrived Friday nfternooa and w *. MEATS |

ctho TRUCK spending a few days: with; I h's friends, .

Dr. H. :Mitchell and wife, at the r ENTRANCE COMPLIMENTARY\ \ :. JACKSON FLA. i.
LAND 4 Florida and Western 4 .
ten .. Daytona Beach home, btfore continuing _ : '
filch Nendtor'Enrgaia Kheet to,; i hs! journey to Miami. Dr. -n- ---- -- 4 The Choicest Steaks and 4Z t Is 1 justly called the largest and most reliable liquor .:
ishcd i r Chandler is a prominent physician of Open Tournament Eor Ladies' Singles 9 The Primest Roasts *. 4. house in Florida. Sole distributors for .

most THE GOULD- Orange and one of the edito s.ot the for Ladies' Doubles
Open Tournament + Telephone. in what you want un t td !' journal of the state medical: society ;
pnb for Mixed Doubles 4 J to thit Kft It. 4J
WHEN CO > Open Tournament will f e a favor w you
t f'. of New Jersey.For *
i. r ,j I Open Tournament for Men's Singles Khonf I\5 : Special attention is called to the :

INLAND, FLA, j. 4- 4 ART lENT.
- - -- - : MAIL ORDER DEP :
little t.; sale at a bargain-I en room 4 POLTLTRYTh. 4 r

many f r. house at 621 So. Rid6ee: ood, lot 100 Entries can be made by 'phone or note to The Despland Hotel or by personally ... .-..ltrl"'r" '(Ju 1"8.ourord..r the .4 ,

t the THE ; .. front, 160 deep, p'eaty' of* shade: enterin names on lists at office. 4 t U-tti-r cliiiiuv you have of ;ettlii4 Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. : I

ds totoriC r} trees; all Improvements; eectric: Entries will close Friday Noon, March 3. Cups will be given to winners. J the choicest.. J -
GORDONGARAGE .' lights, city water,, etc. Everything \... I:11 4 4. ?4444444444444444444444444444444444444444444.444444++

water '0' In good repair. Address box 00. tf I, .-: 44444444444444444444444444

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srtu this FLA. ,.I d __ A Luxurious COUCH from Our Well I .

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tuber t totcn "FOUNTAIN'S"DxLAND -1 I =_ Assorted Stock Affords the Needed Rest ..

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t ttr'eee00leeNeee' ...eN......................... THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Peninsula Variety I I...eN.0.NN.0/N.e.NtINNNNe....N.e.Ne..NN..,,'. .......
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Anthony Brothersl lay Published, from December every evening 1 to except April 1 f, ou-by Store I WE SELL I; V, t HO'

i Z Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of f
Rro T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor. Exceptional: MomysavlngValuts
in : lubricating oils on the market. t ,.
C. S. HARRIS, City Editor. Enamel Ware i
HARRY L. ROOD, Adv. Manager: :

GEO. F. CROUCH. Superintendent. Japanese ChinaLaces ::1 WE REPAIR f .S L. M

Entered as second class matter .

I GENTS' FURNISHINGS I December 1, 1910, at the postoffice Ribbons :: Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. $ t i Greatly Enlarge

at Daytona, Florida, under Act of I Opposite Webster's Grocery Store - -- f Sides.Humm .

: SHOES March 3, 1879. i! Seabreeze Ave. J i

: I I -- .1 I Central Auto Garage. J .

; r I Daytona, Ormond, Titusville, Florida. { .......N....,.............11........1................ ,, f
Daytona i Ir '
STORES f Palm Beach, W. Palm Beach. Two tld.I'1 to ill- t.r>star Th-ntr will pn + .nt'.lI11': \ "r. or' ifsic p 111 tf i < .ddr
('alillt the Pally N w oltlct iH'fore Monday t"'t"nln\r.
.. Complete Machine Shop : ; ..NNN..........................NN....... .
tegeeee0eeeeeeee _..... ......... . ........ e NN... ......
Clar! d 6! ) C Co h ...
j elldoa6argeC g REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS BY : j

*N...N1 N1.111111.111111.....111.11.....1111m...11.. A COMPETENT-MACHINIST.-- .. .............+0...................................... ............

Rail and River OPPOSITE . i ir TH
By i To I Manufacturers oi
| FOR RENT. < ':.r:":. & ; :
........................................... t'.f f -. S E.
.............................. ...................1.. + Laths Shingles Flooring Ceiling Brick. Lime and Cement in Slock . .
CfIUanil! Yard: Past: Const KallwH.v and orange Are .


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Best Service to the East AS CHAMPION fISHfRMAN."UNCLE ., A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. !: ...............ee...t........e. oeee.........e.r0.eoeeaWhat's S! selected All depar from

Leave Jacksonville ............. 7;:; a.m.
Palmetto Limited. f I/ArmeHaiannan.. .................11...')R.m. : used thi
DAILY. Carrying through Coaches, .. rharieJfon".. "....."...... "jsp. ; : I I! the I i the d
I all
I ltlchmond.! . .....4.:11111.111.: with
Electric-Li".hted Pullman Drawing Room | \ Itlihlngton.: ;.-...;...... "' .'"R.III.S1ftpers : CORDED AN UNUSUAL HONOR: CROWDED LAST NIGHT WITH ,: : -
Dining Cars. Jacksonville to I :: H lltlmor.' j ... .. . !. "-nKiwYork. I ( i finest Chefs,

v dew W. Y611xdrlphln..11:5a1t1i.York! ........;.;.;..;..., 150j::): p.m.; BY Hrs FRIENDS AT THE HOTEl 1 l r,,! A LARGE AND APPRECIATIVE !: < i T Summer ad

New York and Florida Special. / Dally Except Sunday. No.KM> CLARENDON. I AUDIENCE. !l Use I :.e.........

Description df this pjpul r train de Luxe, / Leave Jacksonville..................... l.U p.m.
of Pullman ** Kavannah ....._...... ....... 5.nNp.m.Koom vaudeville: entertainment gi\e.i I ,I
Thli train consists the Clf tendon s "Uncle: The I
Mat. Boom "bleeping. DlnlnK and LI- "ehllrlt'lotoll......... .............. .K.i 5 i p.m. Among guts 'I l of spending time sweating over
te-ary-Observatlon cars, heated liy Mt'RIII.Arrl"e.. Richmond ....................7Ji5a.ni.... Joe" Spediel of Wheeling: W.'a... i i! at the Daytona theater last night un- i" your a ............
hrakc Washington.....................10.35 a.m. 'I' I
ta brlrianU: ) lighted lhenrvt throughout hlgh'Speed: l>y electric-<< and Rlu"'Vr?...... .,......,..........llJ 7a.m. is recognized as the champion fo-!! 'der' the auspices! of the chic depart-I' I II hot stove these hot days trying to get ..
fly, special lights ling comfort provided In for each \V ? New Ves!>t Pork Philadelphia: Pt-nn. .R.....R..... Litt p.m. lower of Izaak Walton, and as a I I mint of the Pamet! Club, :I the family ironing done on time when THIConceded
berth affording perfect writing
or for reading at night. \ Hta.,7th\ A\e" 3-Jd: tit..._ s.ir\i p.m. mark of their esteem and to show-1 i benefit of the I Isand! park, was a : you can buy an .

........ i brilliant success in every particular! .
\'" .J8t'kson\"lIIe ".15 their appreciation of the fact that
Florida aud West Indian Limited. /i1 HII\"Rnllllh.! ....:..:......,. I.II:! a.m.p.m.: [ I but lack of space forbids more than :' .
... ....... he is the king pin among the anglers r
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches r riSltoni t. ....".........".. 5.4 lI.50p.lII.lIp.m.!: at E. L. Potter's big hostelry, he ;''a general mention. i[I I AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRON ..
............ .
ZlectricLighted Pullman Drawing Room | 1t| The carried out a .
waJfiVS ii;.... ...... {ft"a'nJSleeping was presented the other evening wLha Irogramas > (
Cars, Dining Cars. Jacksonville Baltimore........'........nuizaim. medal commerative of h's ability.i I issued and was exce'lent in every: I Two

to New York. I "- i1'. t'1IIork.. Yhllntlrlphln..lstpnt! .......... .... .. :1!. lp.ln. with the rod. line and hook, the medal . detail, all the numbers meeting with : .. il

Coast Lice Florida Mail. Leave Jacksonville<< ............. 7.55p.m.: containing the inscription Pisa,hearty I }' applause and in some casts I : ..
I Arrl\.t'HII'.lInnlth...... .........Ii05u.ni. torial Champion of F.orida 1911." I being several times recalled. The''J I .
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches I 1 1 (C'harieston.. ........ ... s.ifia.m., program was opened and closed with $30:75 White Help f ii
and Electric-Lighted Drawing Room I H Richmond . ........... s.mp.n. The presentation was made by V .

Sleeping Cars. Jacksonville; to New York ,!I .- BmftR11::: .. :::.-.-. :...:. .IIM. !: ;p.m.:::!: CommodoreYilliam I. Roo*>enfed.! o f'' charming Club orchestra.selections by the Palmeto'I. I I I II' .. The Print 6e
Rtopsat Meal Stations. I\ \V. lh hld..lpltIU. .... : I I Local SUp Jacksonville to Savannah. Nt t'ork.............. .. 7.1:5: a.m. . : accompanying the preset.tt- The principal fcv.tvre of the evening : .A Palm B -nh oat|

tion, to which "Uncle! Joe" feelinglyreplied. was the traden march in which :
Best Trains to the West. I II : SameTH
j'I the business of the city was almcst 4

No. a!. I South Atlantic limited I No. '.1:1:. :'i 0... I dos' I Since the presentation; cf the meJal fully represented, some 40 or .10 3.11- These are the Standard Laundry Irons and are I :...........I
'I' :r.!! and &I Montgomery Route *
; 51 laid \1.) pcaring in the parade. The cc umts'showed
: I
I it has come out that efforts were i I for sale
I j-L. : by
B.15pm i. Jark.onr111r..Ar'! i M.t5pIII' '1 -1'HI5pm I LI..Jaek.onylllr..Ar i I made by :Mike Henedum, of Pit s. much thought and care in ..,.........
1.18&11I IAr .... -\tlllntH..f..III.I..u: I M!'ilIIIJIII.\r i lontlJlllt.r" . Lvti.ylpnt i, is lam' burg, and Cecil Kobinson: of Wheeling j i their preparation. The Schantz E.ev- .
.IAwl.tllt..L I I .. ; I .
B..o 1.\ s..laut
pm I3.IIIpm Ar. '
1.06 ana Ai ..llIdllll1u..01l8..I.. '. 4.1111111I I ;.lapin Ar. ltirminghaln..I.t. -1I.hlIl.; . .. I.e' .Ltalpnt C to wrest the honor of being: the trio Ice and Water: company re .
8.tlIpm Ar.'lneinnatl..Lr 1'1..1111I' .. I I.I'IIUIIr.' ... ":\1111.,1111' ...1., : ;N.Y.J.U1 I.UlIIIII: champion fisherman fro.n: "L'nc! Joe cei\ed} the largest number of t 0'es.I I The Schantz Electric Icef I :
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7.10 am Ar. Chlcago..Ix!: 9Ml pin I ..tlllllll t Ar ..... it.. IAnii.. ..... I.,' !I.ml'III ''j .
and .
".:;Hum Ar..1 htcugo..Lv 11.111111Ij l but (:apt.) Handier decided the fishtfor secured r& a prize a go'ticlock.

I I the title in favor of Mr. :.ped: !..!, The Charles E. Gardiner r 0

}lo. a1. j Dixie Flyer Route \0. I I,/. I No, t2. I Seminole Limited .i: :\0.113. the decision being that he was the company had two rep'e> nUlt \'f s f and Water Co. I ..
II I champion fisherman cf) the Hastj and each received a slyer pocke .
8 bpm .I...... ..Jackw.nvlllr.'r. 'il11I1II I N,1.lpmlln'I. ...Jack.onvillr..Ar'': 7iriaut j Coast, and inasmuch as ills EastCoa :I knife, this company being sev .md'choice .....e.oee..........e.aee....... a..............o.ee0e0NN .r
1O.26prn \-\\.IIH.ro s..I. I
6.tlllllll .
+ 7leemA'r......... Atlllntll. VV..Lv .jII"1I I".Iipin:!':''1'IIIIIIAr.;Ar. ...1Cacro.,.AII tII .s..t.v. ...1.,., a.111II 1.r';)ill,, i I t is' the best and pricipal I put with a vote of 3:0.: Thee .. Rt
llt6plll.\'r.... Fvansvllle.: .V .Lv 1HtllI 1:1I'1I1II: ,Ar.. Blrrllll1ghlllll. .Lw 4.NIIIII of the state he must 1 b , Church pharmacy was third wirh: ;2-;: .
u.1N aln Ar. ('hl<'UIIO Lr. I' ""llIn ..I.ltm \r ..... C'hh'ul.o . .. Ise Si.r.l nccowy .
T.JOam Ar...... t.l.ouls..I., I'I.,5.PIII' I 7.s''ant Ar..lit." Louis. . .. I."U''OPIII pni the champion of the state. I votes and received a (;Ik parasol. .... .

:Modest, unassuming and of a n t--I I Candy was so'd among the audi. .
For Rates, Pullman .
Reservatlons and
Call on or Writ urally retiring d'spc;*?'tion "Uuc:e ence throughout the evening by s \'- ; .R.iil; ; I I a esreaaeb. ?

A. W. FRITOT, Division Pus.. Att. W. D. STARK Traveling Pass Att.'GIS I Joe" accepts the honor thrust upon, j eml young ladies and ice cream in I Southern ..

- JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I him gracefully, but stands ready to( cones was ser\fd during the in'er'mission .. .

I M .............................e....................... I defend tempts to his remove title and it from resist his all grasp:at 1 I costume.! by seteral boys in waiters il NORTH, EAST AND WEST .r. V -

STEAMER 1 I The new medal he cher'shes: abo\e, )Ir::>. C. C. Uohannon, Airs. A. MH-! I .OI.dSISISIeI.r

h'' I Cherokee lOIHOkaRlVCf I all things, and declares: it shall be, '. ligan and .Mrs. CharY E. Gardiner 4 == Fast Vestibule Trains Daily4

i preserved as a family heirloom: : : to o'(,' formed the comra'tUe; in 'haI1'ot: t>If .r.r...U.
I : FOH | be handed down from generation to, the trades march and great credit is i f r
: .
; generation. i i due also to11'5.: J. II. Howard who'trained FROMJACKSONVILLE .

: DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. : I the memt era of Use. tradts ..
: march: and other features of the en I .
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His Kind."I .
: The largest; fastest and only boat stopping at the : heard of a man once who was tertainment and to Mra. M. L. Stan- .

: upper cabin. going to mnke money hand over fist i 1 ley who had general Kupeniskn of I "The Florida Special'-------- 7:40: a. m. i .r

I x : xvlu-n lie wa carried off." '. the affair. Nearly |2no was reili/pd: : "The .
: 'I''I'I : : Sout.hern' Southeastern Limited" 9:00: a. m. U
| "By d.-athV: i for the Island Park fund. The th. I I'atu' :

II .111 .t First-class Lunch and Souvenir Stands at t the Cabin. $ ,I .): liy the noIU-o. He was porchcifutldtte.ihtltitnore I I"XI wjis ('w\\dld to rs fall: capac : :: "The Florida Limited" - - - 8:05: p. m. i .: Steam Meat

...................................................... ,I : ; Amoru-nn, j jI !i I Crystallized---Grasses. i!t "The Atlanta-Jacksonville Special" 8:50: p. m'l ...

I Oscillations. I .
N. Soth Alike One Way. I !I,Tfz ye::tom .s;:o lint t prtitliittM: nyiitl Grasses may bertaliztiJ; ? as follows CI .
"I shall w 'd Money" said: A. Steamers ole'tric.il! I'la-v: a s.iu 'f'I.a{ :: tartly| : : tm! 'd :
1,1 o--i ii..iioi.s i ; ami b"\\l'tl l ih.it IRS
with water t. and: iu it disSolve Pullman MR!
I "And I shall: marry blowl said B. they truflttl: tlirun;:!! sg'it"e with &tit! .' 5 Drawing Room Sleeping Cars to Atlanta Ashviilc! Cincinnati, Iu s
"You will find it the ill enough! aiiMn! tt\> make it of ::nf- .
same your AND spin-1 I of light; : and r.':i|'I jt.';1 red as '-f: <.-V Cck'iit density to .I.HT .. !: Chicago. Cleveland Colorado Springs, Detroit, Louisville and New York. II .
: an Let Ihboil. :
dally llvrssaid\ i (viva! I Palmetto
Constitution ttvciM.itioiis! slid! spares in "nitV \\|
Ho\v"?' duett tnl .\. plus i P. : :11.1lJ'rau' T.lkt'.M the ;:fj-au ami lay ; : .
j' ")IOIWY taiL.! .. you kn"w.." irrlnnetiC. ttl l'oullu.ft'I"S at a ,li>- your jrra; "'*'* ;.!ri.-d :t.ell ti..d l lu I.Jl&u..h! ,-... : .
i j| tanre. $:iartin;': with watts tnrnttfiet SOUTHERN .......r.r.i
to suit tie! i.i RAILWAY I f
"and L-KHK will tell. -Toledo Blade. are now running betweenDAYTONA .m. ;/i ihr! water. \\'h.u I DINING CARS
in .
long: iir and) u-Til'atinji! "1"1\111.
t I the water Is |>vrftly "-oid lift out t'.o
OCU: times a sixurnl.oikttl! lawn tMavcs .. .
J IFO_ = O'll and I < oe-tenth us long; and ten times llOUlltll.ts iuajiof beautiful and \'<>ti
as nipKI.
o PALM BEACH City Ticket i Office, 108 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Florida ..
The Attractive Way I i An Unusual Blend. t il .
; : I She mirrled I
Mr Jones. For
what? Mrs. i .IN"'. I I.. ,
Itorkinsnifleil the air. MKHv.: : ,,, ,;. JKTIIT.A. .
HeM :
told her just I before
is I I| Leaving!! Daytona Saturdays and "John.:' she. said, i.. I'. A.. .\IlitilM.i..i.: . HeSituated
I His mother couldn't bake. but sot << "that: smells' like anew |I' I' 1. IL i III- Flu. .
I 1! Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. Her biscuits at the kind of I i = : o
11 North and West store. tobacco.: ,
:, II I bound South. Cleveland Leader. "You oeeea ee .e.e o eoe.........ee. .0 S Ocean. It has
different _
kind- of :
: U o I Leaving!! Palm Beach Saturdays tobacco.' Maria: :' explained Mr. Dorkins. : arc large airy,
"He fond vice is admira
li'o seems of his wife. r
'I South Atlantic Limited i j and Tuesdays at 9:00 m. i "No wonder. He married her for her "I 1 ..burnt a hole In my smoking : OM e N.ON-NH 000..0000 0.0--00.e0.0 NSTEAMER : on application

H bound North.REPUBLIC. money and afterward discovered that Jacket ju t-now.-Chit-ago! Tribune. i ...........<
Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 -
'I pm. she tossessed{ twice ns much she
Primrti.orgy: hxk' as I
,' A olid train Feb. 25 In American
through daily claimed to hava"-Itoston Itword. History.
I For Cincinnati & Louisville 174G-Charles Cotes worth Pinrkney. I I
0 ,: Dainty little raln>1ror>8. !etatcMiKtu.;: born; died lS2r-1. :ISIS IS IS IS I
Through electric lighted sleepers

:; 1 To Indianapolis & Grand Rapids i it will run lntwtenDAYTONA AND Make When Sparkling a they lot of on turn herd the to street.drops sleet. 1SC3-Conscription the ages; of bill eighteen; for men and for hetwcv'n i LENGTH 150 FEET281 TONS. f : THE

I -Judge. ty-five years:: passed by the United rai
ST. AUGUSTINEEarly |i States congress..907Archibald, With excellent accommodations and service lighted byelectricity I Fresh milk, ve fN [

1 t Dixie Flyer in F-hruary "Daughter, has the duke told you the : Claverlng Gunter, novelist I and capacity for sixty cabin I .
- 0o told old story as yet?' i, nnd playwright, died; bore passengersis r.
Leaves Jacksonville 825 pm. j "Yes. He Pays he owes about 2 McCOY BROTHERS .
A solid train ""lunks.-l'ittsburK Post.!;: i i
11 through daily : i ..........rZ I
For Chicago i
I The microbe nestles In the snow (From noon today to noon tomorrow.) -
M and --
And In! germ lanjjuipe *
Seminole Limited In comfort he laytng\ low says "Hurrah" Sun sets 5:44.: rises {6:33;: ; moon rises '

Montgomery'Route o SOLID TRAIN Fur \Jctlms when there comes a thaw :- a. m.; 12:4C p. m.. moon in conjunction i iU --
0 Washington! Star. with planet Uranus. BEACH
Electric Lighted Throughout.5CHICAGO
0 Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. ; --_--__- -n_- u_--_-_ -_
O15 Cg4jt I I'I
Drawing: room sleeper daily + S
t F. E. C. TIME .
For Evansville & St. Louis 0 American Plan
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IS EFFECT: : J.'U.y! 0. loll I R
o Dining. Cars on all trains j and Intermediate Points through the Picturesque Halifax 0+

Opp "IM.I'tIi. _liowq'-f-AL< Ialw s_ __ N.Rrlt n.nl.It: \I. i'r' E and Indian River Route. 0
I I For full particulars address RAND i h ..........
I 07 17 { nn I--- Leave Daytona I
I .1-- = t11 'It 1/' M 't.t.i'i'1 Thursdays 8:00 a. m.
I II T. B. WALKER. Fla. Pass. AgentLouisville&Nashville SI. LOUIS ; i -
... Leave Palm! Beach
0o I Mondays 8:00
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: N...ONN........ 1iN I Late arrivals at Schmidt's hotel include .....................................................

tJ D L Shimmin G C

: HOTEL DESPLAND I. I Jacksonville S B Wilson! DeLard f HOTEL CLARENDON j

I NEWSOFTHE.HOTELSI Fred Wolfhegel Newark X J, F W + _

The best kinds of Daytona, Florida .: Oaseell and wife, Denier Alex Car : .. .. .-,. :-.;..:.-?:. .....;..-:". .-.." SEABREEZE :

Z coran, R J Evans Brook' X Y. '- ,
irket.my : if I yn, : e, 4g FLORIDA :
NOW OPEN i W D Abbott, Lomvil; Ky, Geo Human . '! .W .. .

.. : Columbus Oh' .
; colored he p gave an eaeta n- o ; : Absolutely :
R 'I.: M. WAITE Owner and !I ment at the Seaside: Inn Saturday -
1: L. Manager. HOTEL CLARENDON. 4 lfll f.
Z. night. f : ;' Fireproof
The field sports on the beach :in
condition. Z I greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all Z I I. .
Take a day orf and see thrCarnhal front of the Hctl Clarendoi Utdnesdaj : Now
: F Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern .I Open :
Feb. ;;
t' Saturday, 23th. 73-t morning Washington's birthday -
Convenience. Send for Booklet. : .
rage. J 11x t : Walter Dern'son one cf the regular ce'.e ratiot gvon: by the! be:]1 : Booking Offices: :

CONCERTS DAILY. winter guests at the Seaside Inn boys of the hotel was: i ii'e: *sAng Seabreeze, Florida E. L. POTTER PresidentW. .

I Mrs.I A.1.Gore If she tt ill i .'r'I' summerddrt'u: ATLANTIC HOUSE Narmpirns Pier. Rhode! Island :I entertained the guts.s: of the house and most amusing. A large c: o\d I.i : 1180 Hotel Broadway.Blackstone New Chicago York S. KENNEY. Manager 0.

.......N.... aN .................................................t I with an oyster roast on the beach was on hand to enjoy the sport I.' .
: ............ ....... .......... ..................
Friday e\ening Th.s is custom introduced
a from Uajtona, as wel I as the peninsula -I _ ___

.. ..NN.ONyMPANY = .............KM..S.tVFFHE ................ and regular'y. otserttd by visitors and home peep e The I I..Gc..eeooe..IC..I.+ Q.

i 0 Mr. Dennison during the season winners!! of the handsome prizes wereas Located *

: follows: I| Saratoga Inn .S..I..8..s..I
RIDGEWOOD Good music and refreshments: Sat .II Spot on
First: Clarendon Special; -Quarter i I
urday at the Carnival 73 2t | JOHN J.
JS LUMBER f mile race for bel! boys, cycle, flint' McGUIRE

Ka Cement in Stock i E. 'LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. i f prize Fritz Irwin god watch; second TIT E INVITE INSPECTION. Rccms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better in
E. B. Gardner and: D. I... Ch'lds of I "
(Orange Ave 0. .r : prize.. Chas Hamiltcn, fob and'' Florida. Table of the best of everything in season. Terms as reasonable as I 1
js Troy, N. Y., students of the University I
MALBY, Manager. : J NOW OPEN. i cf Virginia, are recent arrivals chain; third prize: Ha'Urt: Hall, the service will permit given on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st Phone No, 112

S gold crab I ....00.. ... ... .. .
scarf pin. | t 10 OOOOK 0 OgeCSe000 ....ec..M.0.. ;
....N..........00l : at the Bennett Mr Ga-dsers family -

f All departments will be managed by white Northern help, i u> occupying a cottage on Fairview race-First One mile prize mv: :t, tioiial I I.. Uckeson.: open cycle silver ;1- ...S.....................O. ...,..MCH....NNNOON

......... I selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white : .avenue. These gentlemen form cup; second I'rize.'lD.. Jones : .
.., the strongest t.ennlS d .1. used throughout the house. The table will be : Bennett pipe gold banded.
1 .help supplied courts so far th 6 sea on. J
I.OIilDA. ,
Sack rate First izWm. : 0
... p;:
; all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served the Z :Now" C'I"'n| i for ih ililrtl IIMHI until i Hitll'*-riil 111111111. ''n.i nt of \ II untl K:. 0 I
1 with by Recent arrha's at the Depland include Woods water color pa'Jljrg: ; second IM- lr4l1'lldor| > III Hosltui. '1 In h niirtt. is! lir-.luss' in .'\er\ l.nrtll'lIlur. Tin t
I 4 fratiin itr -Kujw-rior tnl l> whlli "'ni|'lo\'.'", n .u.h. l rn hoiis II i:.t.nisi l iionu.Ilk. 0
r I finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, T A Telfer and wife. Re prize, Dawsej Adams st-g handle 9 titiiio*|>!li' r. 1I11t1") I t.N'nrlon on I'u .tutlu'- l houlc \iinl, lltl{ >.. \\Outlll\| .<..Iii... Twoti'li- +
II I; gina, Canada, Mrs J .Mernwea: h. knife. nlv courts. tnn, -. Hot.: will U t>|. n ntir. nit.in hot \prll .

I :,-t I Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N Y. i er.lr6: W C Army* -on?, lira I One-half mile }bell boys cycle race Summer Resort The Oceanside and Cottages Marblehead. Massachusetts. 5 '

:.e.IN.NO.S.M......N NN NN.... ....S...NN..... Eleanor Arm:trong, Decatur, 111!, Mr -First prize, Chas. Hami:ton, silvei ....N.S................NNNN..................... .

ai" ---------- - and :Mrs T E Wh:e. Brockton, :Mass, cup; second prize, J-'. Walsh, pair .f''' ........OON N..........aeN ...C..I....._.- ..._
sweating over r rys Mrs :M A Carman Mrs P B Xew- shoes; third prize, Har 13: DeRielt
..................................................... cup. I I
comb Miss Ada Weber, St Lou s,
trying to get t ; | THE PROSPECT ,
Mr:\ and Mrs:\ H C Blaur, Ha\er-trom The bell boys of the arendon: area I
ne on time when '
i NY. well trained crew always on thee I 109 South Ridgewood Ave.

;. : DAYTONA, FLORIDA : 'ert. and ever attentive: to the I 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office.
II The Bennett hotel re.s: er slows wants of the guests, which called ] Steam Heat.
: .Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors :
[C IRON the following late arrivals D L forth to the beach a string; of vise j jitoiB I P. J. DOYLE Proprietor. I

: Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. eI Childe, E B Gardner, Troy, N Y Mr from the hctel to witne&j. their .............................oo..00..0o..e.0..m....
. and Mrs J D Thearer Philade'phla' entertainment' of Wed I1t oSda) morn- ,

I Two hundred! foot frontage. on Halifax River. :Mr and Airs H M I Smith Gardne-:, ing. I ......................... .......-.....................

Pool, Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : :Maine Mr and Mrs Jichtee SmS! Ji, t
i iBItVhR
i '. Steam Heat Throughout. Brooklyn N Y, Mr and Mrs Joseph OUR NATURAL SAVAGERY.It : HOTEL SENECA /'/ : III1VAI.SIl' _tN'hAY, NTN. :
: Lreck :Mr and :Mrs E B Hunt and .
; White Help in Dinin Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st ENTIRELY NEW.
child E Weetcott, Miss M Wes:cott, Will' at Times Break Through the : :

i .. S r Prlnc.-.Gt'org. Plr Is the only Jnndlnc In I'lijtora forl..t.jU( *tlIW und. Miss! \Vestcott, Bf s'on, :Mass Veneer of Civilization. : Albert Bennett Proprietor C. R. Bennett Manager :

t : hIm Bach boats Pnrtlculars with plt' -ure. : Come It's a mighty short step from modern : A Nic. Tinefor Sk.' 1',01'1.| l -. lluniiliif. 1t'nt'r. "'t"1I1II Hi nt untl Phone In Livery; J _ _ _ _
to the Carnival Saturday afternoon
I civilization to the natural impulses of Kooin, \\hlti "H.r\k.. Tlirout-hout! *
i : Same as THE BRISTOL, Astnry Park. N. J. o and he'p! swel: the "Is'and: ancient< sa\ '. If dou't believe i : /K. Mr. Foster
Management. Park Fund." 73 2j gerj you j .....................................................
It Ju lst"ati.h some time and
Irons and s.........................................S.......... you'llsee -- --
are I ::1 small' boy-or a grown man-dls .....................................................
i Recent arnxa's at the Seaside Inn cover a rabbit i .

: ...........................*........................ are W R Givens and wife, Muter The first thou ht that comes Into his i NEW SEASIDE INN H H. MANWILLER Proprietor
henry Hill, :Mrs Emma T Se<'ombe, mind is i to kill the rabbit Quickly hp ;

Kingston OItalio.lIs M I Xe't>cn. searches his mind to fee: where a I : This Dew and select lanllly JoeI! has; ,just "cetl enlarged and rein-nished :

:tric IceJ!I I THE NEW GABLES :Montreal, Can, J B Scliacffer and weapon can be found I i for the season 1910.11 to meet the requirements of its growing patronage *

't .. wife Reading PaIr: and :Mrs II G The se oud thought is to secure a : Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths. Electric and Gas Lights Call Bells :

i Daytona Fla Poison Buffalo. X Y.V T Gal:iher rock;: to throw at It, just as some can I : Rates $2.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rales on Application :

I' and Xew York W II man mi lit I Sun.in! . i r Addr.IIuTEI.: I I.H III-\\I.IEI/: I > /. o.".'an (..r4ls.. .1.I .
o. wife City
1NSO i S NEW HOUSE CENTRALLY A finds snake" coiled the i .
s LOCATED. EVERY MODERN : Wright T :Meade "Fox, Sanford Fla) man a In ..................................................... 1
K; :, road. It may be a harmless snake. I .i.iNN.
....NN.OOOOON CONVENIENCE AND L Cibon, Lans!ng :Mich, :Mrs Thum:
r but It's a snake. and therefore his i ..........................................NO....
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/ COMFORT. J : ber. Chicago Mrs II A McLean:
i primitive Instinct calls upon him to
s.gr' w B BBB A 1S Y Kees\ille, X Y. kill It. I'
Steam "Heat i "The Ivy Lane Inn"O!
.OS.. ;. Throughout A weapon! lie seeks about for n 1L
Uon't fail to see Liughlat ail i
I club just as Ills ancient skin clothed I .

'r r iuv! S. H. MOSELEY : the Carnival Saturdaj 73.:2t! I ancestors would have done and hnt'I I 5 A High Grade House catering to the lust particular( people Central location *

: I Proprietor. : lug; secured the (club he dispatches
liwayfEST : I 3.00 and $4.(CO) per da-S17SO and higher per week. :
'" Among recent arr'\a's! atth" the snake his soul singing with tri
I : The \rllnpton.Thousand Inland : II
1 1'srW, N \'.. during "uUlllwror Ilidgewood are :Mrs Claren.oeo.t1t.: : ( : mph) \ Open'NovemberloMay. WM. W. FOLTZ, ProprietorS \

.. 1111. . :Miss :Mori.t, Joseph C O'Kee'e a-.d :Modern civilization probably would I Ihave .......NN NN NN S...NN NN....S........... .N.O _
1SISISIg. E A J Lewis Gr B I urged the man to cut a forked:
. wife Auburn u.'t.
HI..I.....IOiusiSaSisi OSIsIsI IsISlS1 i -- -- - --- -----
Goldberg, Xew York :Miss I M I I stick and catch the snake by the neck ..000..............................0......... e..0.
with it. then to 10 cents' worthof
Daily ==4 | .
s "........U..U.......................ii is........saI :Mcllenrj, Ft Thomas, Ky )Irs Fer chloroform and kill It swiftly and E. H. PURDY, Prop. I
dinand S'humacher1i6.s: Alee: Schu- THE SEVILLE
: painlessly.! But he goes after the club Daytona, -- Flonda T
niacker :Mrs A C'oris, Mrs E E :Me I
: Just! t as naturally as If he had neverseen
: TIIEHAMILTON Neil Akron, O, Mrs S E Ixx>m s. a !steam': heated flat or ridden on GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON.

LLE I 1I tI :Mrs B S Lang and ehi'd.Irs: A J a trolley car or seen' an automobile Surrounded by Spacious Grounds. in the most delightful part of the City I
New and First Class : TantvSig, St Loui.>, N E Children roam In the woods and eat : The guests receive the best the markets afford in the dining room, and every
;; comfort and convenience that a well hotel can offer to the public.
7:40: a. m. ; U Burlington Vt.1I8s: Ge Clamberlill'l every variety of berry' they can find I : regulated
t \0.:; .. !son, Mabama.. Miss: B1: : ( It matters not if they be )poisonous!! '' ...,..........................V.M..eooo..oooee

1 9:00: a. m. . Maryland They taste! them nil from the looks,

i :,Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells : n'l and the amount eaten<< depends on the .SiOi.isi.i.i.Iiil.z.ia.E.g.i.2.a.i.p.i. 1
8:05: m.
p. *Tin- C.trnhal"or the season ta'-tC'. This i Is i "rllt.lloly"llIt: the nvchiMrui : DA\'lONA, HA L"dtr "':" mansgeThe :

8:50: p. m.Ashville i t : Elegant Rooms, with without Baths 1I New Iiivtorui Thee: Saturday: af e I I1H.l1i dil at-I 1 the molt rn Infant*; : Cleveland 1 ntn' ,. Ctntnllv "',,",lln'! sjood t l.1hle :
. .hov\ the+ same':: lnt 'Hirent eiutlon regarding ,
U ( :md evening. Come ear'y.: : 7J;;-:-t: S andhI.'t..n.-e t 1 -'cmhcatallt \ J. SJMP CCN 0
I -- - I what thev In their mouth;;: .... vv' t Prop.
: ; put I : dedi'll. 1 11.:1.: He- "+ .It-Ic itte'-; :

, -C-- i !- AIRS. I. M. MABBETTIH Proprietor : N..w'guests at the lImi, : 0 I are I It's that way all throughVc anyhave ID..OBlaO..z..8e.. .7aaocetb.tLSiatsaaioai.i.itGS1.. y
t.I. I : acquirtil n more or less thl<'k -. - ._
('Llr4'I"l'i 11 Oiluy, Sa:1:i F a. c e o. : I
1 0S ; veneer of modern iiili7ntion! Lilt I IN
isvillc and New York. : Mis T\I, "'r D Cole, Mrrlur WI 1 I"" SM.lHMID m tswlecotsassamc oa/tba GOCans a
Palmetto Avenue I).-\\TO\\. FLORIDA : emergencies! arKe and were as primitive !- I 0
: Prurh: S Ha's: en, Xew York .1 I Cl!
--- - as the most pnmithe of our UDI.
I \.l'rtl'f'4', Palatka J S .Xus. in. Ja<.ksomiMe i i I: THE AUSTIN i ii _
I ............... ........e..a....... torr.lh.estnn :News a . .
IN'G CARS : :Mrs S A Darnw, :Mrs S .1i,I ,

Johnson, New Ix>ndon, tonn )Paul S The Terrible Police. I ,i OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA. FLORIDA g

i .......l.B.ll.l..l.IOI.l.IOI..10ll.ltl.l....*....llSCHMIDTS C Murphy( :\Irs1: E Hal-tpatl. New I When the scheme': vas first broached ; G. W. S\\.AN.' I'1ro-rietor.} S I
i York City :Mrs A .J Hedruh. .Ja'k-I< j fierce opposition developed to the establishirent I i
Florida Electric Lights and Call Bells. Slum Heal Hoi and Cold Water. o
.icksonville, { HOTEL : sonUllf, Mrs II P Franklin and son of London's metropolitan ; :

f i Rochester, X YIrs: 1It.'len1: Gilbert police in September' 1529.) Police to I......................................... Ws. cNO f

(w. U. I'KTTIT. Schmidt Daytona, Florida : --- - -- --------- -- -- iM
Henry Proprietor patrol the streets of London? Such ascll..me
1' .\..Jackbonvllle, Ha9999999999999t. London Ing.11'6; : John Wag, --- ------ -

I Situated on the tank of the Halifax River oDe mile from Atlantic : Zanes\ille, Ohio. was "repugnant to the spirit: of ..............NOS SSOO.*++.........................
\ Ocean. It has fifty rooms single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms Fngllsh: law and to the theory of free

I are large, airy, and nearly all have sunny exposure. The cuisine: and service S government" according to nil editorialin MRS. D. J. CUMMINGS, I .rAn
is Fates< and Speculates fcr| families : 'Don't I fail to see! Rebecca: at the I THE PINES ; r
admirable. : $3.00 day
per up. the Standard of the 00_ on application. Carnival Saturday afternoon. 7S2t:: :! .
I : of clandestine! intelligence thething :

H/1.1iID1.ISISisisi.......... ............i.ii.101. i Is complete" it vent on. "The I I attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct i

Recent arma's' at the City Hotel I'IconstIIIt': I Is Instructed to make : supervision of the proprietress. '

.WANi. include Frank Chambers .J I :M Daionn -- himself acquainted with the inhabit :. 338 South Ridgewood Avenue DAYTONA FLORIDA. : .

I.by I. ........*..l.I.l.l.B.l O l.l.l.ll.lB.ll.B.ll.l.l.l. Baltimore: :Md, J KI mstuLer'l ants of every house within his l eat I 2 Same management as. the New Magnolia. Asbur> Park N. J. a I ',
I.f E G :IcCaIIew: York: .
City, And how Is this Information to he obtained I
........ .... .... NOS
IONS. f THE MAGNOLIA< 113 SoulhRid ewood Avenne. : Arndt, G G Ka('h. Atlanta Ga, K I but by the pumping;; of the servants -
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LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. : Kolb Montgomery, A'a, E J Ross ?" -- -- -

New York City, Wm \\"o'forth. Geo I'I' 1 1The
[rvice, lighted j Fret Bilk, vegetables and fruit on the place Furnicejbeat; RATES: 52.CO per 1 I I1lunsl"lI.
Chicago: Ill, L E Netter. Among Highwaymen Willraer I The OSBORNE
passengers ji day and upi; $12.00 per week andfup. : "R bat did tint financier do / ; 1 .
:Milwaukee \\i'S, Geo; H Cartel!, St shady t
\\'. I'. I:!'.\N< II I. 1'11'1', '| A. OSBORNE, Prop.
|een jI i MRS. CELESTE RINKS Proprietress. : Louis, :Mo\ Henry T Burrell F W when you stopped him and said 'Your j I 1 t
Comfortable Rooms Rooms Only Modern Conveniences
Baxter G Leonard Boston, Macs, J money or your llteT" I ,
Mi.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.iei.i.ia.ici.ioi.i.i.ica.i.i.i.a "He told me that if I didn't give him ; Lxctlltut Table 50 c., 75c and $1.00 per day ; .a'
Mann :Martin F M Catk-tt .\ual.t'l.1 Rates Moderate i $2.50 to $6.00 per week .I.II
ji I a half interest!' In little enterprisehe'd ;
M B Craig, Will Howes U C toy I Steam Heated Rooms 11 Orange AveThe ' i1
I organize a competing (enterprise ; 312 So.'Pa'metto'Ave'! Daytona Fla. 1 1
R C Da\id&on. E C Holiday: E C
.ndH X10..N.0 NN.1N NN NN NN NN NN NNN.NN: and drive' me out of business."-A\as hIngton : .
I Sneer{ Jacksonville) i Star. 5. ---- A
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i CITY HOTEL ....................0...............................I.It' ...IN.' .. f
t : HARLAN Lake Helen Fla. : +
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DAYTONA. FLORIDA. I NEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL and COTTAGES i : I 1'1 S ,' i :.-kc.f! T:. pr, ,. -. \t.'i ud.in ili.wn' ti.th.'Ink 1 -l i.l'I 11'c'I.I'I' I I* i l.tI- + I '
f Aaericu Plan Always New Ownership and Management : ... .I '. : \ ',,111.1 i t t. IK.in. I::... |pia I ''.' I't I l l''n' ..1' II' at'' '
open CoodService CAPACITY 200. ROCKLEDGE. FLORIDA ': "t,1-l;;::. . .: :I 'I"'I"C'I : ::i : i'.tiixl I.::...I t. :I..N..l:.i Hat., : r. < .: ;'I, t,:,;I" .'r"I ii.i ,. : i cI'
I Renovated and Enlarged ; : i IIn th' Indian Kir: anll>!M n I.'iirln.:: or in.: .' _K.MM; 'K: I \l' N II !F"': i :. | 'v ,' : '. I I'.... ,tut' .rd...-. ,t.,win..: !".,|,i Iot. I...."Hii. I I-I. ,,' ,a.t. I L'd"' S 'L. 1 1' it '--}
turesque Halifax !. I ..1.t--T: u. with trip ton......,ii I l-m'htn >.nv, -nit luttimi. I 1OIIlI.I'.I: I ,u.! Hint I t1: I_' 1 is I I' '.l I .f'| |', I w. K "Hi..I .1J'| I..N< ..I I :, ..II.'I.,,., ' >I..i'I' ?'.t ; -.1S
H. C. F. I : ;,.1; :: : ,,1 :
Management DOH.H. : Inl.IUlilurd..c'hIU' ri-. l l'andl'l .-U. 1/.1..1! I th( n. : .I. : 'i" H :,1 'II I x ,! IIl I ,
t.....N. ... ............. ................ t \" ;ritMini. INn.inin: ::| : and n-utt'.I.Ithual! = wthuut, .nriv"I'H, > ,. ) '
I 0 ........ i I t:UN \\ HITIII: Ff:I I' KSi'1.1'.iIKI 1 M t_'"''t |p. i r.l i."x :.i,.l i III'i|' -IH l ,' .' e' kt ..', -. = l4Mr. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Abrams Props. J ,: .

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'TKRfONA 5 FLORIDA. ROCKLECCE, FLORIDA. Hotel Indian River Co.. Prop! : ts (
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; W.( A splendid was re-d': ?red '!OSD Is 5 milesSofDaytona
< program
'-D-ft. the of the Pa!neto club i
UE i r u iat I meeting -1 on the westf Dri Scab
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__ ._ ,\ j! Thursday afternoon. the Halifax :
i I i The president:: introduced.: S e i .n permits Sfrij t

DAYTONA I PRESSLY FOR THE TOMOKA- Ella Willaume and Jessie: Drown, who GREATEST OF PSYCHOLOGI- .. iinage andsanitatlon

ShABREEZE and and DAYTONA I' rendered a"ery beautiful; piano solo. .- >'- ; oroOrmoD
CEiAS. enterprising
t progressive towns on the Hali- Mrs. :Eliza Cond t was next intro I I ,; '
BEACH and ideal for
BURGMANTHE : fax Peninsula, are geographically! 25 HORSEFOWER ENGINE. duced.. Her talk! 0:1 the "Great North FOR MARCH 2. I! nt"r homes. A :, SEABREEZE, Fe

one although incorporated as sepa- PHARMACY I] wgst" WES very i interesting and instructive I II title bridge con wad t .. food sale held at
The towns par- 1 I rr f." :; .
municipalities. elm ,
rate allel the peninsula north and south ;I The new excursion boat South'anJI ; she gave a very good description The management of the new L?j"-I I .:-'cts O.-mond with over that nett COlt afternoon under t

REAL for a distance of from three: and one- James F. Dobbin I 1 lying for a time at Ue Gruler- of the trials: and tr'bu at'ons: 'tona theater has at last s"CCieded !in :rmond Beach. (Coors.Muaieaf'Iub Lousy 11..tilt A Evernd
half to four miles, and extend east ProprietorDAYTONA ''if the 'Forty-niners and to'd of theprlmative securing the greatest of all psychoogioal !- Many fine homes I /1111 noN alep s' Mesdames
ESTATE BEACH tejnbo-i ana 3 3a
of :Mcrris dock Thu: day a iv maintained on lust aeres i bt! htat Blakesee! ,nc
from the surging seas I '
and west Miss
; boarded ways and means of that demonstrators Signer Zaconi, Jthrr side of the BRhTToa
Halifax Usually Daily News representative
Atlantic Ocean to the Tn
:MAN the River the beautiful tide water Everything a First I her and made a brief !inspection. I I time. for one night, ThursdayIarch:: 2. I river, most of them Coy,!loon.. library:, fund.
from Class Drug Bohannon, accompanIed It will be remembered that: Zanoni: surrounded by sub- a
FOR- stream that sets them apart The Southland is owned by C. F. Mrs.: C. C. : coming
flora and
with which they have close: Our Prescription Miss Mathies the here last ,but to Topical institution of mar
SEABREEZEEHANSOPfUfiOUSE Daytona Department Is Complete Burgman, of Seabreeze, and was by Dorothy on was season: oiling .lirubbery,besides GALLONORWRITBTO'
: communion by means of three In every built at that place the past summer harp, rendered two EOOS! "Merry:! the inclement weather he was unable hrlfty orange and the library membt
half-hour ferry Respecti
[ bridges, as well as a expressly for the Tomoka river ex 1 I :Merry: Lark" and "Mighty Like aRose to perform either nit There wasa eh,-r citrus fruit very much encou
service. H
Phone 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are i 'Phone 102BRANCH cursion business in which she ie now I I ," all of whichwas heartily ap- very large advance sa'e, but the :;ro"'f>. MACON I ronage they are visa

f essentially summer and winter resorts engaged. Mr. Burgman last. season. predated. i iI rain kept tp so s'e=dilr that -al1 mon tltractions-excel.Ormond has many residents and |

and are making hundreds of had some experience in the manage- I I Mrs. Mitchell's parer, "Th ough !n- ey had: to be returned. l j I nt automoblllng, T ORNION towns. I
those Leanelto !
: SO(1A6I ( new friends every year among dia and Ceylon," certainly was a Signer: Zanoni is now at the Royal': ;ood fishing, safe Dr. S. P.
: who desire to escape the discomforting ment of a smaller' boat for this pur led
extremes of heat and cold and &: pose and from that experience evolved I) treat beyond descrrpt'on: it containing : Poinciana at Pa'm Beach and is'' !Matting, and many ORMON>> deliver his j

I: INVfSTMENT.COMPANY?- their hotels and boarding housesare NICHOLSONFEED the present craft which re a so many interesting facts that'I mystifying hundreds. Manager Bemisj) pleasant Ormond drives.At B-'ftch. IF IN ANY WITINTKRE8TII lug before the Ch J

now receiving: splendid patron- AND LIVERY trim looking and comfortable ,beat,I'It is useless to make special mention' of tn"e Royal Polnciana says that on'' located the large : ) ,vale last Friday
IN !|
age from of tdurists.the most discriminatingclass STABLEAll : well fitted for the purpose la tend(d. I of any one in particular. j I II I every occasion Zanoni is greeted with 'lotel Ormond and ORMOND PROPERTY'IS OR o'clock, had a hi!
marvelous ;Miss Dorothy Mathies rendered an enthisiastic audiences ard that hs ti lender sister! the which delayed
its ,
The ocean itself, Orders Given :1' The Southland 13 63 fe t in lengthby ORMOND BKAOB 2:00
Dwirable beach, hard as macadam and Prompt Attention; about 11 feet Learn and has a inspiring harp solo! follow fcy; a demonstratlors are wonderful! extremely ",'tton Inn. The lie Will GlT Jour vine until

Locations in smooth as a floor, is the greatest attraction Careful Drivers I draft of three feet. She is prove lei vocal solo by Mrs. Bohannon. j inteicstir.g: : ar.d highly cut r- o r.ner>ItIon occupies overlook-a Business promptAttention morningHe wars!
earth, air and sky I morn
although FamiHurwlthKouds I :Mesdames: Au'.tman: and: Saman taining. pot
of : ,
any part entered into a combi- by 25-horsepower; Globe engine. The ; the Halifax,and
to have
Seabreezeoffices seem nation to enhance its every charm. engine room is in the center of the were the hostesses of the afternoon; The London Times ota'es that '>.> latter has as Its train, Palatkaof t j

The beach is the famous automobilerace E. A. BRANCHReal boat and shut off from loth the forward and Mrs. Bohannon tl:s in charge Zanoni is the most marvelous: expositor : .tlook the mngnl.iiit reaching
course where every world's Estate A5 ebt I and aft cabim, The comfortable 'of the musical program. ', of psychological traX. mis?'o:1 the beach and theroid J A CARNfITl some kind on
: Evansville, record has been made: I I I : Atlantic. e went into Gaines
straight-away Beach Cott:gesn world has ever seen. He has:: baffled
Indiana, And forward rabin hce capacity of
a B.'sldesthe bro ,
I' d
these records it continues! SpecialtyIAYTONA ; FU. J H<
Bt'abrecze,FloridaII and all >> fail to go to the C.irnival of a freight.
the scientific world! and he demon-
I iiooth beach there
hold without rivalry. I about 25; passengers, while nearly as Manufacturer Isis
I i I Saturday night-I iroreec's for the strates tow yoath; and wit alit can ri- many drives for Pure I literary
The beach has a width of 300 to many more can be aeco.nmodaied: in ) Home-ieada

BURDICK 500 feet and can be used from two SEtDEN'S I :.the stern cabin in which is locateda 'I "Island Park." 732.! : be renewed and retained. I uoMlea irrluies around and unto Or- mn jtjMARMALADES[[ not lectures Impairedtwo Th
hours before
hours after until two ) i I TIle professor under hypnotic:
CONTRACTOR! high tide, thus giving;i an average of I BEACH i I neat lunch counter at which coffee! WiT:, (,tJ ilta: taiCrirli'A 1I fluence lends his subjective mind in-I 'nonJ-drives to and AND and World Makl
and sandwiches served. As 'hrounh ofold'noranges
are manyas groves
andBUILDER seven or eight hours for automobiling I TROPCAL In .the grog
CcttagesaBpechiltyst'iiCtes some part of ca-h: day. Dry Goods, Shoes, ; 40 or ;SO; passengers can be car- \\' hasp !had! so r-.uuiy Juqllirips i te; directed: by anybody's objective I ; !! ; PRESERVES later Leland
furnishedAll Seabreezc and Daytona Beach each Men's Correct : ried on the upper deck: which is enclosed i lately r-sanJins; i I'1.-JIa ami othtr mind both of them forming one. artvesthrouihtrop- SpecUl l Attention to vine Dr.
V/ork Guar- of Wear I I 'I i skin: dUoasr.*, It.at we aie glad( to :.'-.i! forests to Spanti Fwnfly Orders deliver a lecture
have a permanent population approximately Among hi; name oua :
anteed.Seabreeze Across from with a neat iron ra i:1g" The ruins drives to HICBKST APunAm..rlcnn-.... ... dcj
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1510. Sanitary ordinances ;i make our answer puMic.: After careful ; qua there. He
,Florida Thf Maoist Inn tions he does ,- L
I l i iA. i aft deck is ateo; quite rcoiny: ai d is : "1" ancient Oau' >- *
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arc smelly enforced, stree.sand Investigation wt have found that }WJsI tlo n-&: :;10 engagements in \j
:11 and protected by an awning. Separa'elavatory ; 'Dishop's Death Test. A camxiitter'selected : : iy built by slavesf \ eat India Kipoj.tlonCharles&iT
sidewalks are A kept I a simple wash ot Oil .'f Winteigmm. \ state on account|
V.. C'. GRANT new streets art: being opened as fastas A. VARDEVOBDContniftiir i I i: and toiet: rconia are provided I as compounded( in I> I U I)., can: be relied by the audience hides a ,'to planters, and! drives of long to Louisiana Porrlu Guy Goodwin!. ,
demands. Lock at some It a'so s -lectsa Expositiont RU.IOUU(
the incutsil.g population i for ladies! and gen'lemen and: uponV would not make this pace ofI arrive fromon
i plantations will
PLUMBER, Besides hotels and boardinghouses i .. for I! are very bright ar.d neat in appear I j statement to our patrons, friends andI particular: page in that book and :>--nttable settlers, a visit to Dr.
I Rater, steam and there is an;pie cottage acco-I idASONWORK ante and are more; roomy than usu- I I neighbors unless we were sure of stand : a line on: that pace! a word on that! '.eitsu> places are re- Goodwins he

t illS Fitting modation for a-1;} winter: ot All Kind I ally found on boats of the Sou h- .. although there t are many so-called! line and a letter in that word before '> ""to with the Inter- MOU D6R3nORANGES i Mr.
i Phone l6-2a I Concrete ('urbics I ,.-t of Southern 1 E position of busing
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4 both towns. lanul's size Eczema; remedies sold, we ourseUes hiding the book. All tlrs is dene
DAY TONA BEAOIIFLOII All atiT-ctlvcness. of Seabreeze ISldl'walk8: i I I! U.- .rult3 und flowers.! cross Bros., of
the U.
I DAYTOKA BKACIIFITZGERALD She is'handled by two experiencedlocal : unhesitatingly irnmiintMid L) in Zanoni's aleence.: When Zanon''appears :
UA : I ,)n'o'the most In- :Mass.: who haveests
applies to I'tona Beach, the two I' |
boatmen, being in command of. Prescription.J he Ls b indfo'dei<< ; and instantly t.-r.- ding of these andGrapefru.it
towns Lcicg so similarly situated. I :I >caiis?-\\'.> know that it gives In- finds the book I there.
OapL Wesley Herrick, of Sabreeze, places a pin plantations is at the
The development of Daytona Beach- I I tant relief to that torturing Itch. : Mrs. E T N|
PINEHURSTl' on the letter of the word the line h-adwat'-rsj of the
I while Carl Sparks, of this city: is on
has been fully! ?? phcnominal as its i UE''ause-D D 1)), stalls t this! cure at Halifax: : and known Miss :Mary, of Dj
& in charge of the engine loom. of the page in the book se'ected' by Best Grown
I 1 Ilrh'uI sister on H.; north, and each: year I the foundation of the I rouble. .I is Mound grove. It have been toariij
OATES the committee. Grove on Bt'Angnfr:
q I Daytona Beach there is a scbslaulial: : growth. The -- f e'ause-lt cleanses, soothes and .Konof the finestonnegrovesonthe tine Automobile this week.
Modern. Oonv'nI6D't great sand dunes Lave been leveled I heals the skin .i : Hood 10 Mltei ReThomas l|
LAWYERS Cholera. 'K: i.t fo.ist of Florid North of
aud handsome homes have been I Nature
: Because-It enables to repair I HOT 1<:L ORM03TT will
tanooga spt
; Mil. \\'. H. FreemanProprietor built for both winter and all-year- Fla. GIVE IT FREELY. the ravages of the disease. (hol'r.l was tir:.t recognize] l It y the i and Is amid Vf'ryprt'U ;
Daytona, tional church ncl
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round occupancy. I II I i Because-The ie.:orrts of ten yearsof : )1'urtuzsese, in India as: far Lack as > surroundingsMoundgrove Beed, Knox 1I1", '
I Withhold not good from themto the middle of the : Is on a. m. Dr. McCalf!
complett! cures of t thousands of the : sixteenth: century.It Deed Compac: i iBULOW
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whom it is due when i it is in the I most seriousas<-s show that I). D. I U. i iI i lias*: t the Tiiliarity of following "n Augustine road.: Po-tofflM| a trip abroad ,\tl
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f.*#*#******** ** *> *. power of thy hand to do it. Say i I in today rm>gnU.-d MS: the absolutely well!1 defined route with progress; just I great

Promptly executed at ', not unto thy neighbor Go, and I reliable Eczema uie. equal to that of an average journey at Edinburgh an

I Fine Job J b P ,I come again, and tomorrow I will i Drop Into our stoin today. Just to ou (llot. __ I audience the be{

Printing> g, Gazette News Office. i I give, when thou hast it by thee. : talk over your vase wilt us: j i When our hatred Is too Litter II Finely executed tion.A.

Proverbs of Solomon. The Atwood Pharmacy ] places us Lolow those whom we hatt'I I I Job;; Printing at I pleasant pan

rFAutsaN.raswix" >FY1NaAtYNf . . wW..W.W.xx.AtAcitaci j W. M. Hankins j Rochefoui-auld. this office. A. S. Randall
Pearce, and Mrj
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Beach, had a

I vvwv wwumuw with Mr. and Mil

L Orange the firs!
Those enjoying!
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Aurora, Ill.

) 'Choice Port Orange River front Paul Birch was Mrs.,enjoyed, Minn.of F. Ifnnt-E, by all Bil-:

; Property they Mrs. have J. F. taken Man!

Martin retains ;j

C. N. Bittnerl

returned from land -

1 Fronting a clear stretch of river; no marsh. Ridgewood Avenue and New Smyrna HarpeterMr. has room\

and Mrs
Road .on two sides River road and street on other two sides Gregor Ohio nj I

Opfer ot Lor;

Improvements being made on all sides of property. -the Oh-o U* ehot

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ter Mr' KllaIlondius. : :

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cUed in one
tages on Pit
I have large tie

I Park, Colorado

lEI ldiiihi 1:1: I j [:. ldiiiib.. 13 A. N. Fleam*

I storage Burdick lumbej on hi
'II street.

1 Mr. andCarbondale Mr
I 13 12 11 10 9 7

: Attractive terms will be made o I I I I PRICES: tour of the, _P

their friends,

to anyone buying to build on Lot 1 200x346, $1 1 00. w Burdick at

z street This

any of f these 1 lots a: Lots 3' and 4, 79x346each, Florida ard t|

the gardenMr.

These prices will be maintained 3 $750 f for both or $400' h. two:: children. and MI|

for thirty days, but we Q I I I I Lots 7, 8, 9 10, 11 each New week York and ha\ca]|

reserve the right to raise them 79x346, $300 each. cottage Herbert for a Tl

S o Lot 12 100x346 Purchased of
after that time. $350. PinewoOd a,..|

Lot 13 lery's residenj
2 I 4 5 e $400. erby nas a I?.

Cannons a

tables, and

the newly aj

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lEI I ..JI:: Allston Drj

eel by the Sal
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f C.E.Gnn Miss Gr?

fl Address E. F. GATES Secretary PORT ORANGE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY are stontIi.-lrs.plea.wrix.t \" (I.

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RALF; Mrs. J. A. Gifford of scotstown. ......IaONd.NN..i..N.NNi...NNNNNN,.tN.N1:
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spending the
Dill mitestDsytona -I i The most desirable resident

the welt, fiVe e C.!' _Foa c Sea breeze Earl winter street at the, expecta Garfield her: cottage husband who on I VAST TRADE AFFECTED BY UNITED STATES'' iI j i Fine Lot t tial lot in the city, facing east t

the Halifax has been In England for some time, 110 ft. on Ridgewood avenue; :

by,n looetion permits .1 Stra'elgJ } News to reach American soil' Friday: and I RECIPROCITY PLAN WITH THE CANADIANS | i 110 ft on First street; 396 ft :
will leave shortly to Join h'm. Miss for f Sale I with
'nlnageand in length, covered stately :
\.. JLI- Spon, who was with: Mrs Gif.odr, t ...
sanitation; Tatloa 'U. __ well
live oaks flowing Y
Is I i I mbst of the season, has returned to t i ;

.d ideal IU0 anon d ,'. REEZE, Feb. 23.-The cooked 1 Nashville, Tenn. now dutiable which the UiM'ed rates proposes!' to make water piped to different parts :
A ; I'| atics of annual Impo-tatlon: JI.Hl: tW): total I amount of duties j
fridge homel. -' f!a&ie ,held at the library Friday Dr. M I. V. Young, of Frankfort, | ,850.000 :T;: i of grounds; ram for raising water; large cemented bed :

eonnnd try a f"wdhsei Ind. has Just pmhceed;: tie C. S. , Value of articles now dutiable which Canada proixi.ts to make free J21.f. .- fi for two and half blocks from and :
a depot post-
mond with over that r' the management olEvemden I plants;
Beach: 'OUnif'. Muale new tthtf "r_ .oon.. under Gould lot, Grandview a\" nu', whi-h: .fr Value United Stags' affected by the reciprocal office.
Club of articles Imported Into the
boulMt .ea and Dobbin and ;
J1 Is situated north of the
fine homes I 11m bOW 8.111 Fialey prop agreement. J47.333.000. *.? i ii
Intalnt'd on lust acroeYe stOPPing the r <,:< )I BlakesJee! ,ne td J18 for the erty. Dr. Young p'as: to bui.d a Value of articles Imported into Canada jfTe: ,.ted t> the reclirooal agreement T

aide of the "' BRt1701'i>; 1NI,1. The library is bea -, winter home on the !lot some h:ng 147.83.000. 5:
lost of them Cot.Boor fund. Value of dutiable articles on which the United States prtposes to reduce +
l.Jec1 by sub ": oia1 i Seabreeze-Daytona Beacswu on the modern bungalow s'y'e.: duties s7,521.oco.Value **- j EDMONDSON & DONNELLY j jt

I flora and'rybesides / on of marked progrtss.. and] i Vance,1 of dutiable: articles on wh'ch Canada proposes! to reduce duties $:5.- :;6:,

GALL ON .e library members and Mends are ; GETTING EXACT TIME.A I The basis of the reciprocity! agreement. whose ratification the president; j .....>.>.O.>.>+...+..............e...........$+.....
orange OR WRITE TO : encouraged over the pat i urges upon congress Is as follows :-
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ltrns fruit i lists food product such r.n wheat and other grains *
Very Matter on leading
; are receiving from the Simple According to *
MACON'1 I 6W they I II. -. This Man's Idea. I dairy products fresh fruits and vegetables, fish cf all kinds Eggs and poultry t ..................t.u...I* ....a..s..a...
net has man, f iI.d tent. end visit[ .or ofthereninsu'a: cattle sheep and other live animals. + . .
oneexcelutomobtUng- I.. There is nothing like having one Mutually reduced rates on secondary food product'!. such as fresh meats. +
THORNTON 1 1shing :''_".townsDr" -' Leland! who was tooked I timepiece to correct the mistakes of 1 canned meats, bacen and hams, lard and lard cotrpounds, cannedegetables., : The HANDSPROPERTY : Do you want to buy or :
,SP. flour,
: J cereal preparations and other foodstuffs partially manufactured
and, safe ORMON f. : tf deliver his lecture on World Maktec another. Those people' ] who keep a I Plows, harvesters, thrashing machines and drills are to be reduced by ..t. : rent t property in :
many ; clock in
At Gaines- every room of the house will Canada to the United States rates! Canada Is to reduce coal to 45 cents a ton. + i
tdr1Tes. III' IN ANy WAY before the no doubt be triad:! to learn of the expedient The United States Is to reduce Iron ore to 10 cents a ton and to lower the rate < il : Daytona? :
mond Beach INTISREgTgDtd "Til> last Friday afternoon at 3.30; adopted by an old colored Jani- on dressed! lumber Motor vehicles, cutlery, clocks and watches, leather good', .

the large IN PROPERTY IN J.o'clIXt, had a chapter of. Incidents: I tor In an office building in Chicago printing ink and miscellaneous articles to bcoered by mutually reduced rates' .J- : BEACH : i : We have the cheapest :
rmond, and ORMOND I at'Ganes- On the Free 11st.-Cattle, which now pay from $% each to 27H per cent ad A ii
'r sister, the ORMOND OR .hkh delayed his arrival : One day a man whose office was under valorem, hogs and sheep, which now pay $1.50 each; poultry, which now pay S i' .. and the best. :
Inn. The lie BEAOH .JJje;' until 2:00 o'clock Saturday I this Janitor's charge asked) him if I cents a pound dead and 3 cents a pound live: fish of all kinds from codfish T .RIe .
occupies a Business Will Give YOU yhlg;.. He was at the Daytona def i he had the exact time. "Just a mo I I which pays one-fourth of a cent a pound, to salmon which pals 30 per cent, J, Extending from : I : $7,500 buys one of the best residence .
Prompt ad valorem, which 25 cents bushel and buckwheat
11 wheat now pays a ; oats barley .j. N
o overlook- to take the 9:30: j meat sir, he said and pulled out a : on Ridgewood Ave. Completely
andcr Attention .. p t' Friday morning I "which now' pay from 1 U; to 45 cents a bushel; onions and potatoes. dried <. ;I: River to Ocean :
Halifax, tain, which was three hours late. On I battered silver watch from a vest fruits, cheese, fresh milk and eggs, which now pay from IS cents a bushel on 5potatoes I : furnished and located on : i
has al its .. ccf PakUka there was a. wreck pocket looked at It. put it' back antI i. | to 5 cents a dozen on eggsOn R N corner lot Call on }
the magnleach P aching I then took a pencil out of another'! the Reduced List.-Fresh meats beef, mutton and lamb from 114 cents *' .1 J
and thetlantle. tome kind on the road, and heat I I I a pound to 14, bacon, *altbeef. pork, dried, smoked and salted meats from ;: : FOR SALE OR:RENTB1NGHAH : JF
J A I CARNELL 1 1"I We Into Galnesvlle in the ; pocket and jotted down something on I I 4 cents a pound to 1!:. canned meats, from 25 per cent to 20. wheat flour, from 4. : M. L. Waggoner : F 1
the broad, ORMOND; FLA J .' freight However Dr the back of an envelop. I SO cents a barrel to 25; cornmeal from 40 cents a hundred pounds to 12H M 1 : ;
'"of a U
ca1oos&i I Next he produced a second sliver S THOMPSON I i
beach there Manufactnrerotry ':'literary work ie of a quality I I ........ J. H 11111 : I 1II1++++++:-+++-t : r r 0% 1111 B : : I. It II" i I ,', : Office People's State Bank.COIADOATES :
drives for Pure Home. watch from hIs troupers jKxket;: looked I - - - - - - .- . .
IKades --- - .
: and suto- ;}|s li not impaired by delays, at it and began to figure out some- II II I-- ...../SISISIS1SISU.//.i.Y I .........I.I.t.0..........
around Or- GUAVA JELLY *two lectures The World We Live' In I'I thing on the paper. By and by he I I Jack;:-I'm awfully iu love with Kitty I I He sought her love In many ways t

rive band MARMALADES\ AND fraud.. World Making were de h e::ed:: said: I but wouldn't lure her know it for When he so fondly, deeply cared. -- - - - - . .. {
1 groves of TROP.CALtoranges tater' to the program. From Gaines "When you asked, sir it were Jest I the world But she refused to hear his praise
; And laughed when he his love declaredWhile .
i fTiBe Dr. Leland goes to Qr'ando to twenty-seven minutes past -that's I Alice-So she; told me.-Boston Tran
Specl 1 Attention '
"Its to SpanFly Orders to K :deliver a lecture before ,the Chautau exact I script. youth was his to squander yet siALiTITL
And love for her In his breast
wro.aarr "Much obliged. said the other, who
II drives to tt aa dclded to cancel other
: He :
Pan-American: L:. ;::qua there. had been fingering; his watch nervoui, Little tlnklyerses., lIe left her, hoping to forget
lent Oauk.-! jltlon-lh.1; !?to .*.;engagements in various parts of the Ready for the shears. I!! And heard her make his love a Jest!
lit by slaves Rest India .:X i ly. But will you please! tell me what
pot.deco I
r account of hUolce.. Help the lazy jokesmlth
of long tionUharlesid : tate on you were doing all that arithmetic They met when he had ceased to care
drt\"t's to Ifonialana Yareha e '*'* Guy Goodwin of Springfield.! :Mass\ for" Through this vale of tears I Ills least look caused her cheeks to glow
Jo -Toledo Blade INC.
ntatlons of xpoltlonRt.r.outd ,.j will i I arrive from the south: this week I ""'hy. you se(>." said the old man. I And But love he knew assailed not her nor then cared and to there.know AND INSURANCE CO.

.ble settlers, 3'0n & visit to Dr. Leland and "this watch that I carry in my vest is Jingle
places are re- !H Wr. Goodwins ho'ds 'the a mighty good watch, only It gains ten had such a good time with that lady I

Ith N o the Intl1r'IOUND'1 1 1 'ts und ::1 0,r;t of business manager fami-I minutes every day. And* this one H I a I over there. Awfully flirty, don't you I "You say the elopement was sort of CONRAD BLOCK 'PHONE 128 _

flowl'n. IJlOIIwon ", of East mighty good one. too. but It I loses ten I know. But now she won't even look forced upon -ou1"
'hemostln- ORANGES who have large quarry iruerests minutes every day. So I Just look at at me. :, "Yes After she came down the rope*
19 of these and : them both and then strike an average. I Short Party (just arrived)-How 'un- ladder her dad pulled It up."-LouisVille -
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' We to offer the
Ions Is at tbe You'd be surprised Kir. to see what a fly! She's my wife- 1' Courier Journal beg followingfrom
Grapefruittf'fII fc ; Mrs. E. T. Nelson and, daughter
of the simple matter It is.Exchange.THRASHING .
C and known Best Grown ,|i$Hs3 Mary, of DeJeware Ohio, who I I I our list of I'

6dljtrove. It ,/ been touring the sta'.e!: arrived I
Grove on Rt.AulttU- ew II IIL SERVANTS. .0"_) MM""HOC."eeM"" ."Ni.NI
f the finest tine Automobile < tills !I property: ,
groveeonthe Rand 10 Mllel week.Thomas H McCal'ie.: of Cha- Ic
: c i t
allot of Flori- -1; Domestic Life I In England In the Time
HOTEL OK3lOtiI4urrouadings tanooga, will speak: at the Congregational

I. amid very Beed, Knox t1t"s, church next Sabbath at 11:00: I In that remarkably of Henry minute VIII. chronicle : 1 VaudevilleCarnivalNEW 1 1I No. 124-$ ,800 will buy furnished

;rove II 00 .i L m. Dr. McCall\ : has returned troll i house on Volusia avenue, four bed-
Saint Beed Com<'ar..--f of domestic! life in England: ; In the
1toO/\/ -
tnrO d. DULO'V poetomce I II ;; trip abroad .where he attended the"great I time of Henry VIIU Tuber's "Five room and bath, five rooms on first ,
-: ( Interdenominational Confe.er.ce: Hundred Point of Good Ilusbandry'the i floor.: III -I
Edinburgh and he will give the I learned and pious author seemsto I DAYTONA I II

taudience: the benefit of his o'eena- take It fur granted that the only I THEATER ILD. 24 S 25 No. 10?$1,300, five room furnished -

/ Finely ex- ""tron.,. way of dealing with maidservants is I house, one acre of land, Holly Hill,
ecuted at :' i"A pleasant party consisting of Mrs to thrash them unmercifully I I fruit tree.
F 'JL S. Randall, and mother, Mrs He tells us ID bis Inimitable doggerel
this office. I No. 119-7 acres land, 300 orange,
,::Pearce, and :Mrs. Waker: who are that "a maid must be forced to be I I peach and persimmon trees, 6 room
C she Is to be "made to
cleanly" or cry
the winter at Daytona
:t $2,000.No. .
. creak." Mistresses are advised "to go
Beach had a sp:the-day out'ng t
*' about with a holly wand In their hand I 103-$3000, five acre bearing
'l w.th'! Mr. and Mrs. Parkhurst, at Port
r although they may' not always have .1 South .
the first of week&X&OB0 grove Ridgewood.No.
orange day the occasion to use it, and to pay home CARNIVALSATURDAY

n enjoying the oxAs'on were I when they fight"-that Is to say. I 105-$7,500" new house on '
;::*' either residents or former res'denrts: thrash-'but not to be always chidIng -,

\:Jof,Aurora, III. A most delightful day I ." As regards the laundry the I AFTERNOON AND EVENING I II II fI Ridgewood avenue.

:;:.w enjoyed by the part'clpante! domestic serfs are "warned to take I No. 106$1,200, two large, deep

/ Yrs. F. E. Birch and child of St. heed when they wash or run In the y lots on South Ridgewood.No. .

Paul, Mtan, arid sister, Mrs. E. P. lash and to wash well wring well and 1 I
occupying beat well so that If any lack beating '! 120-4 acres land, 100 orange
$Birch, of Minneapolis, aria I
: I it will be themselves. i t I II trees, truck land, 5 room cottage,
erty r iMr J. F. Martin's cottage which
j j&Martin As for the unhappy'Cicely, the dairy. | I $1,000.No. .
:Uer have taken for a me nth. Mrs.
maid she Is to cry 'cr'ak"-that Is to : Candy, Flower and Fancy Booth. iWest i-i
retains a room for herself. I j ji say to be thrashed her cheese H I t07-$2,200, five room cottage

/C.! N. Bittner, of Niles, Ohio, has I "hoven" or puffed up, and If the : I Music and Refreshments. I II Daytona and Cypress streets, large

'w+ }returned: from a visit to Palm Beach, I cheese be tough Cicely H I to have "n lot.
mind has rooms with lir; and :\Mrs crash" If the cheese be spotted

.'*,'H& ter. Cicely Is to be amended by t the bases I ADMISSION 25c. CHILDREN 15c. I II No. 103-$1,500, small bungalow, a

i-2.Mr. and Mrs K. D. Bickel\: !, of )Ic. 'I and If It be too full of whey the Magnolia, lot 50x150, almost ,

="Gregor, Ohio, and )Ir. and( )Ir--. J. \\'. wretched dairymaid Is to have "n Given under the ausrices of the Civic Dept cf the Palmetto I new.

*Opfer of Lorane Oho: l hate :;ed dressing" Finally. If any maggots: are I '
joi. Club for the benefit of the "Island Park Fund: I
No. 110 $2000, truck
found In the cheese, "mistress' Is to be farm T2! i
Mhe Ohio de'egatioii: : at the. Ilarrsttrz :!
G '.. Cicely by and by" acres cleared, 2 acres tiled, house uI
hoase.rr. ,
,'i I >"l'IiNNS0a0MWOtls3 099. osa tt4o.E"" .R4ttl."oo o and ba-n. #
,Dr. James and wife, mother and:s
Thoughtful George
<: ter, Mrs. Ella! James aid Mrs P.1: "Yes, George's gifts to mo are nl -- j jI No 11'"-$9003:>, one tf the best s { "

Hcmdius- ,are recent arr'\'a's, donut- ways modest: tIld\ of little \aluo"Vlij homes: on Ridgewood furnished, large w ; a

'cited in one of J. B. }grow' cot-1 I "\ Is t that t:" I I"lIe lot, garage.: i

-: ..1ag g on Pinewood avenue. Thej :(1 *>:I'S, ho tlotMft want: to inconvenience i it's a New Book, I'I'it's No. 116-$2OCO will buy a nice
'have large hotel inters s at Estes, me if Wt' quarrel! : and I hate:
Park, Colorado. | to send the i,regents back "-Cleveland I IF I a Souvenir Novelty home; five rooms and bath; hot J

13 .. :j:A.. N. Flemming is erecting a small', Plain Dealer..tre I it's something in Stationery and Engraving: and lot.coidvter; ; electric lights; corner t-;

storage lumber room for Contract r I 4.i r
'*, with; new
f'ItI.fit'tl. your
Bnrdick on hisacant lot on Valley! i td
; ?" No. 123-A bargain at $3,600, Palmetto -
.ttreet. I Itilr maid I CALL ON OR WRITETheE&W.BDREWCO. '
"Very Pin's too old. to get married avenue, 3 bedrooms, bath, com ;
:,* and Mre Ambrose Tiffany, of ;, t J I etc
and too fut to weir my things So 1.1 pletely furnished, good condition.
Carbondale, Pa, who are making al think we'l I be able to keep lur"-I>etrult I Houses exactly alike in sa ne row I Iry

tour of the state, spent Sunday with I Free Tress valued at $6,500.A. ,jJi

their friends, Mr and Mrs\ L. Z. I st.
$ tOO5 Bttrdick at their: home on Valleystreet : j 25 acres near city limits; 15

first : acres fenced and in cultivation; 6-
This 16 theIr visit to
r9x346Jeach! .Florida and they think this vicinity' Fifty Years' Ago Today. i 45.49 W. Bay St. JacksonvilleAND room house and barns, $2,000.

J fa the Feb. 25.
garden spot of the state.
I B. Lot on Ridgewood in Holly t
400 each. -. "Mr. and Mrs. Chas Die\endorf and Weston reached Xew HavenIn Hill, 150x309, $500. I

: ?two children and Mie. Spraker, of: the evening YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND

[jot 11 each I York, came up from Miami th:sand An effigy of Lincoln hanging: SATISFACTORILY. C. 15-acre hammock grove; trees '

;- eek have apartments at ElmriCoUage I from the masthead of a sloop In seven years old and in full blearing;

> for a month or more. Nework barter( was .hauled near railroad west of Kingston, $3,000 ?
11* < Herbert T. Wetherby ths week down by the pclit'e ,

[6 ::purchased of R. M I. MalVry! a lot on Mr Lincoln fted ooth housesof We are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin D. PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL ;
congress, arousing I Interest FOR SALE; CENTRALLY LOCATED R
; avenue north of Mr
'. 1err'. which for a time "put a stop to China and Orangewood, New and ; WELL FURNISEHD; CAN ; .!
,residence MrVe-
property. I
16 I
$400. In the evening he
!rby has also purchased of W C. Exclusive Novelties.
i held "a sort of Informal reception LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH IlL +
a house near the livery Willard's hut('1."
at t
)iUbes] and w111 hare it removed to a
:the $13,000 ON EASY TERMS.E. .
: newly acquired lot{, and remoJ- I r
eleb 1 into

13e .'vAUston a Dryer comfortable won the home.< prize offtr- .................................................................................. Ridgewood. Small; cottage lot 100x150 on corner; fruit lot trees on, s"" 4

<*4 by the Saturday Evening Post for Excursion Steamer : ; -
The New : well, $800 on easy terms.
.toe largest number of individual] si'e-: ! SOUTHLAND j )

., nary.of the paper for the month of Jan- : TO THE PICTURESQUE TOMOKA CABINEXCURSIONS. t t

:- ?' We have attractive river front
some very propertyin
,. Hiss Grace Ginn and ss'er, Mrs i R

;0. E. Ginn, of Cincinnati, and f;lend,I i DAILY Port Orange that can be sold on reasonable terms t

.Mp8-f A. A. OhiO I as :- .
of Drtt-den.
; -- and at low ;
MPANY re pleasantly located in Dr. Howard' An Elegant; Boat tor Elegant ]People Buffet Se'Ti i on Board Separate: Toilets for Lalilf': and < ;> lIllt'fUt'n with : I: prices t, is I

alone, house on Grand'iewealle.. I An :Modern\ Conyt'nit'nl't"_ _At_ __the__1'opular! Price of SI.00 the__Round_ __Trip.___ _______ __ ___H___T- .. .ell.a i ,,, ', _

;The ladies, who are a charming trio', - --- DAILY TIME SCHEDULE : I *2 We have a general insurance agency and :; i

::;same over from Sanford where ti o Prince I ieors.o; : Pock, Daytona, '; '.>0 a. in. I'aPt.nin-ula Pndgp =G'Sllff'1> /"', Q:00 a. m. ;
haTe ben for sometime: atilt. u-h: 4 Leaves IfM\e-.t>'.tral 1 Bridge, Ia\tona :.o' a. m Leaves Ormond 15ndg, Ornx-i. 'j:35 a. III : I d* can insure against almost everything except p
J I PnnteTieorie Dock;:, Daytona, 3:30 pm.
"lIra Garner had just returned lr* ut' Return to I
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accompanying her husband to ..larkeonville -- - - -- -- - - - .. : > frost and taxes. S:
c inJc Phone 177 1 U -"l lK SEABREEZE FLA. t
enroute home. )Ir-. Ginn isiMend .. CHAS. F. BURGMAN, Owner ,lil",' nt', I'htlnett Blllt'I. : :--.::. {

of Major and Mrs Down: ;... ................. .................. ............................................. : JiJi"'/."II.IIII.I.IJIIJIIJIII..JI.IIJIII.JJIJIIJlll\S)I") YYYYYYV/ II k..l..JYYe'YY9YlYYli: > ' > / r\YYYYYYYJIY\ / I J YUYY jj N' '' ''re

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ti- GENE JOHNSON liThe Bike Man ,says: "Bike La p sriceare 142-2 RINGS -
Page cl I ur.1.1e1.h; .ecessary after! .iihL I have a lew left at reduced -

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.I.1e1e1e1.lelee.Ieeeaseol.IO1o1.1o.e1e1o1ae rNii'' tBtieitltltltl.l.l.Btl.B.* !r..m.1.I.I.1...I.I.i.I... e e eeooeet o ;,. eso aoereeoeeeo etl ;;: + + + + ..

I.te I Please Obey the i iI. I I r BARNESr 5 5I u ; : I}I +.. THE Genera W

tI.t Trunks ! Trunks ! I I. New Ordinance .: o:. THE NOVELTY MAN :.. I Ready-Made s.II.I 4 Tuesday.

: 5
r (w lls f KtatlonTy nnd school!NuiipH'i.
: .'- ___==_-=_ -.0 __-_-=-.:::.=.=_ . Phonocraph: .. Nt-wlns! M rll'hln..s, ". 4.'p wind.s.
I SS THw"rlt..r... Crock'rV. Cilll'4..wllr",
II r 11'uti..ry. KNhliii; TJck.li-. To.- end c + + + + +
:. We are showing the l>rt and large'Ct line (of TRUNKS, BAGS, Sheppard's Nanticoke: Tomato Notion*. S. I We have just opened up our new line of

: SUIT CASES, TELESCOPES, STRAPS AND NAME TAGS in the I II ,: Ordinance seems to have been ignored i+! : BARNES : I
by the Mayor. If f his honor Ready-to-Wear Dresses. t.o
city. All new goods this season. Our success in closing out our .
I : does not care to enforce we will o Will uNo fr"rut'our Pictuntts aJ
: entire line each season assures us our goods are O. K. and our j q be compelled to ak the assistance >our IjtiiipsMnd t'mhrllliisharlwn' :: : < i If ron l.r..llok.fn; fora ircain l see our 1j.I4.Jllrlllne-Ot; Milk!! Kimono. "i. Sixth SeaRED
from and the best for the money. jour HnwvfliviothTTtioUuiul, i* i ;
: prices right. Buy us get .. of the Marshal. al.no nnthln; that I U out of hack : \.00 ,
S IQ In fact lor uiiy want cull on -:' ..
I e '
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l- : : SHEPPARD'S S ( GROCERY BARNESTHE : I I The Chas. E. Gardiner Co. ,

: I! The Peck Hendricks Co. NOVELTY MAN :
: West End of Central Bridge :. oOHouth Beach Street, Dujtona, Fla. U I --- I

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1' Crystal Theatre DEVOTED TO I I PiDIEJg-j!
Headquarters fot. { AGEDRUI

usemenfSNEW All Kinds of Fresh 8.

I;|1| BicyclesI I} .: etables and Fruit Veg.'.Q:

: Poultry and Eggs a .1
::1 .f*
;. Specialty. ;,,;: .tH
i iu a complete shop and competent : Phone Orders Promptly Filled '* ..;
.1 help we can do the most .
'w i : f

I ; satisfactory work. I : J. W. Ball & Son |!.

I ON. : No,237North Beach Si. 'Phone!, 55An : .
i II1 I I
Ii, DAYTONA : order for :2-!:i i e,-nts on this '
High-Class : will 1. lvnVt ',"' |If hr wIll rap
I the Yacht Club .
Opposite duy -v.-nin.. 1e1
.eee..e.HM..NOeNM ISISISISIIi.I01SI/1111: AS m\\


Estate and

Monday Evening, Feb. 27at 122 South Beach StreetCHILDREN'S Struck an
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8:15: P. M. mobiJe w
BIRMINGHAM. on Ridgewo

Miss Adele Smith, Dramatic SopranoMr. II I afternoon, M
Open Daily at 2:30: about 60 ye

F. E. Sheppard; Tenor I ,j. rlous and peA

Mr. Thos. W. Lane, Primo Baritone \lls' tiIIUEVERY HOUR CHARGES A AGAINST MAYOR I i'. ,;'.' -"- sicians hasty she t'

Miss Mabel Haskett and Miss Ethel Anderson showed that]
HAKE BY CITY A TTOR {fY.1j ,,'f 5'tr? :< : 7.-::- was broken
Soloists and AccompanistsSeats '
The steamer U. S. A. departed: County Solkitrr: Roy P. Hamlin his neck cI!|

on Sale at Hankins' 25 and 50 Cents I hls morning nom the Prince George was,; in the city, today investigating j DECLARES HE WAS WARNED BY EYES were badly I
dock on her regular tiip to Palm: : the many cases from th's sectionj : I Cannot be too carefully safeguarded, zah and Stt|

1 Beach. I j that will come up at the next term EXECUTIVE TO LINE UP WITH for they (have but one pair to lasta lion and the]
ZANONI-Thursday Night March 2nd of court. lifetime. If there are indications able as ponsStories
.WA-TED-At white toy
1 of anything with chfld'a o
Johnny Ray's Vaudeville...Friday Night March 3rd for waiter. Apply-at the. Ausin: between -I'' Rev. E. week and fami'y: expect 'I I I HIS OFFICE. eyes bring him wrong or her and your I will fit from e.e.wi,

10 and 11 a. m. .-12tI to leave Monday! morning/for' them with Glasses to correct the that Mr I Cr

I San Diego, Cal. and Rev. D. \1.,/Rut- i BIRMINGHAM: Aa., Feb. 25; -Senj trouble. If medical treatment f te necessary on Rldgewa <

I *The Daily News is but; pleased; ter, who will succeed Mr. Sa Jweek j' sational charges against :Mayor Cu'I I will tell you so. rented on
when other people: are enjoying them as pastor of the Jo'irst1.: E. (fiurch, I' the right si|
pepper were today made public in a
WANTED'11'e selves. So, if Miss Lillian Bingham will probably be here early in signed statement ,by City Auditor Dr. Neville H. Clark was struck
IRI ( PRODUCERS, will call at the Daily News office March. I Peterson. Ing north oi
before Monday night she will be presented j I Optometrist at the roan
with two tickets- to the Costal Bargain, quick sale, 2& acres, 6 j The statement charges Irregularity : The autwiCommodore
want men to deposit with us who are producers We like to I Look for the Sign of the EYE.
help men of that calibre. Every man consumes something and if theaer. I room cottage in city. Enquire Ed-,': in bills paid by the city. Peter- I -- -- -,
he is not a ppKluccr someone has to bear his burden. Prudent men --- mondson & Donnelly: or Chas. Ken-: son says the mayor warned him to I was being
than will find Sayings 'Building lots for sale south side
who are producing more they can consume our ney. Seabreeze6Str Jack MaddH
Department an excellent receptacle for their surplus It works Live Oak street east and west o t !I "line up with the administration or
al.ileyou wait I railroad. tracks. Conrad-Iullard Co. 1 resign." A big shake-up among city I -employ of
Mr.: and :Mrs. Win. ". Stones and GREEN GOODSWe said there t
.U-6t-eod daughter, and Mrs Stones' sister!, i( officials is expected from the dis the car wit
--- :Mils :Margaret Han, after a month's 1 di>tiure.' ported to I ij
S. :M. Williams! : who has been con visit with Fred Stones and family! in I ------ -- ----- ijconversatloij
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DAYTONA, FLORIDA. fined to Dr. Bohannon's ho.p'tal for this city and Mr. Stones' !
parents at not !>;
several weeks, was sufficiently iin ; The Illusion.
Titusville, dep3rt.eddras a on | are carrying a completeline to the whe|
1'j"\'ISII'nt, H. I'. I.KI.\NI. >. 1'.hI11"r.\1.: t'AKTKR: I Proved to return yesterday to his ) I!Ii ":.SO;: yon are going to get married. :
their return to Philadelphia.Mrs. i of Green Groceries, including .er of he
VkvITfslUnKO.' IS. MKMAN M L.VA ( OXKH.rr oh?
whiter quarters at the Da)tona apartment i I
house on South Palmetto! av" John W. Penney and little: "Yes the longing for a little borne : offer and run to doj av{
where I
can put feet
my against the
enue. son, John Buren, left yesterday for ,
Cident but
: wall brace my chair back and smokemy
.. St. Petersburg, to attend the Chau-
: Golden Wax Beans crossed Mj I
7 ri XQL. Seven passenger car to let and which pipe In comfort got to be too much
tauqua there tomorrowand
for me. turned to
automobiles stored at reasonablerates. continues for two weeks. :.MrsPenney ; '"That's beautiful !
SARATOGA INN GARAGE I a dream!! Green Beans njuredenue
i LOCALSPERSONALSUro Rhone 112. will be the guest of her "Isn't It?" to the|

tf I brother, W. II. Parker, formerly of; "So beautiful that It will be a shame CucumbersCauliflower Personstime
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Reliance Hose Xo chits city. for you to pet married and spoil It."- rustic
Company .1 helda I I I I
Atlanta .
$4 7 inn x AS A ZJU meeting at the city hall list! night, i the injured)

for the purpose; of organiza"ion. Geo.H. the home
;I Rev. T. H. McCallie.! of Chatta Remember we keep everything IP Gardiner was elected fo-eman WOMAN DIES : Was a Veteran. Tomatoes North Kldfj
noosa, Tenn., will preich at the Sea ladies' and gent's wearing apparel Joseph Osborne assistant foreman: ; "He's a military looking young chap. Gamble K
breeze Congregational church at t at the Bee "Ought to be. lIe's veteran of nine
Hive, North Beach St. 37t
driver for
I and W. G. Nash secretary. At the wars." PeppersThey
11:00: a. in. tomoTow on the subject"An
Echo From Edinburgh." Dr. :Mc Sheepshead have been biting freely close of the meeting! the company APPENDICITIS "Impossible! Why he's only twenty- be passing
I spent tome time in drill ; two years old." take the ti |
Cable i was present at the Interdenominational for the past few days and a numberof
"I know but he Fresh. The ac
once six Always
Conference at Edinburgh in good catches have been made. spent are
June on world-wide! m',s,ions. *FOR RENT-Furnished rooms! Leader.months In South America"-Cleveland police offi|j
I Xo use to cook Sunday dinner. for housekeeping or otherwise.: Apply before ct I
Phne CS will call for your cleaning Eat at the MANHATTAN CAFE-11to to J. E. \ViIliamt grocery Sea THEJAUSE.BODY who was
No ,
f :.*'o'clock 74,H breeze Fla. 74-It man who minds his own business bUt Utter |
L and IJrt" slIg.: tf DUIINCTT.
ever complains of haTing nothing to DAYTONACOLD den wag
---- dq.-Harrlsburg .
Mrs. Haiu>on "FitzGera'd: of Pas:' Will Conrad came over by train: At the regukir meeting of Daytona SENT{ NORTH I TODAYACCOMPANlfD Telegraph.LiveLongand I STORAGE CO. the Mr C<-ity !j,

Orange, X .J., nirived. in the city yesterday from DeLand to spend today Camp No. 27, Woo J men of the Wor'd "" ."..'..."" :Madden raw
,I yesterday afternoon from :.Miami) and tomorrow with his mother, held at :Masonic hall last, night, Win. I I :R. D. JOHNSON, Mgr,
where she has been spending the :Mrs. I.. T. :Mulky. Strickland, employed at Vie Di.l.ng-: I BY FRIEND. i Sunday atj

J past six weeks or more, and wi 1 be I --- ham novelty mill rode the Woodman leased on
with Mrs. George Heard: *>ley .and hercorner I See "Photographs of twenty years goat to the satisfaction of the mem- MRS. i II I -- ('()urtlo1:
," from studio CROLINE C. JENNINGS he chl
ago Roxby's in the bers of was
.ister. Mrs. J. A .Hk'haidson. camp and was admitted
; of Palmetto and Orange avenues' for I Carnival trade parade. 73-2t to membership in the order. PASSES AWAY TODAY AND RE- and viola,

i 1 a few da>'s. Mrs. FtzGera'd Is a Several more candidates are in wait Don't You and Head
'Ii niece of James B. FitzGerald, who Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Coward arrived ing. MAINS ARE SENT TO SARATOGA Die Happy I of .!lle car j

has pent a number of seasons in yesterday afternoon from Bos SPRINGS.As I morningwitnesses:

Daytona and has many friends hereand I ton Ma is., and will'i.3it for several Babk-s for sale
Saturday eveningat
it is through h's desire that she weeks with their friends. Dr. and the Carnival in charge of Nurse the result of an attack of appendicitis Dare Go den.

: should see the city that she came Mrs. W. A. Gore at their home on Smith, Dotty Dimple, :Marianna, :Mrs. Caroline! C. Jennings II Accord!i
1 here. I South Ridgewood avenue. of Saratoga Springs, New Madden ?!
i Toodles Newlywed, Gretchen, Dabbling York Buy Royal Scarlet Can
F i Bessie, Cherry Blossom. 732t. died on South Beach street this Magnolia
Eat Sunday dinner at Manhattan. a furnished Beach morning.Mrs. goods, the finest food Hldgevvoo|

Cafe-11 to 2 o'clock 74-lt $5500 5 5 0 0 SH bath residence; nodera: 8 rooms improvement Edmondeon & Donnelly yesterday weeks. Jennings came here several in
ago and had been III products in the
but a world.
*: lot-50 bjr about 290 feet. Ad- River Vt., A. B., Daily News. short time. She was born in 1836
M. P. Barry of Saxtons revs care York, the James Rix
property on and was a widow. I The stock is new and
who came over from DeLand Monday North> Beach street, including: Sullivan BATHINGWithout
and has been with his friend. C barber shop, the Ch'nese: laundry The body was started north this ;I clean, and I
afternoon T.I I our pricesare
by Mrs.
the Willmer
Chase, of Bellows. Vt., at and the building containing' the
WhenThirsty F. Moon, and the '
South Palmetto avenue, returned funeral services
on hose cart. There j.a, I
frontage of right. Call and
to DeLand today. Mr. Barrylras 45 feet with a depth of 143: and at will be held after the .body arrivesat get; a t WelreI :

been spending the season: at the the close of the season :Mr. Palmer Saratoga Springs.The prices on case lots. I 1of Ca

county seat. but i* so much pleased will erect on the property a. brick I

with Daytona that he may come here business block, the upper floor being The name of Liberty Liberty Boys III Life GuardOnly you ai
Boys Is the -
again for a time before going north. i! devoted to flats and the first name by whl.-h the Sons of Liberty of I and frj
Mr. Chase has been in the city about
floor fitted as the
a restaurant which :Mr. American Revolution were familiarly :
two weeks, but expects to leave for Stop at Palmer will himself conduct having known. They were the men who- I pally'"The

Washington, D. C., next Monday on I had experience- in the hotel business.Mr. fought the first battles of the colonists : Lyman Grocery !I 50 Cents
1 I his way home. He had visited Or. I : Palmer recently purchased who oppose the stamp act and I J

lando, Tampa and other points in the YOUNG'SSoda through the same agency the Smith participated In the UvstOIl tea party. ; :; .II
Interior of the state and on the Gulf A flat? hooted I
residence ( 4)n the flagstaff that
property on Belles! Iew avenue :
Coast, but, like Mr. Barry is'e'r)'I Fountain and proposes to make Daytona i I stood besMe Liberty tree, in Hanover Every Day is Bar ainlDay ; II J HANK

much pleased with Daytona. t I Ij Il' I his home i! square.which they Boston av.rinbl"d vvns. th. "i it'ml: at :I Here.l.ec. i THE FOSTER CO. WhcrJr

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