Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00227
 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 27, 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: VID00227
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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.,A-....'Generally. fair tonlgh! and + THE DAYTONA I DAILY NEWSPublished +* Today. .. .." . . .. . 12:30: .
ESSSJ1. 1' 7uesd i Moderate variable .
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winds I
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>ur new line of : vs$-' Every Evenin December. ** + + + + + + + + + + + + * .* ri.
,r ,,.. Except Sunday During January, February and Much at the Prettiest Inter Resort in Florida.

Presses..iO .

.' JapaneM silk Kimono.irdiner 'h: i Season-No. 75 DAYTONA FLORIDA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27. 1911 15 Cents per Week
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Co.atNO I&ED: HOT SALE W. H. WRIGHT :: :: DR.IOBANNON'S 60SPIUliad SlNfUIIUI[ RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies, Stationery and Havana SmokersOnly a

4-,: First Avenue Dayton, FU. PRICES Books
i to Reduce Stock Painting Twenty-six' large airy rooms newly first quality well cured tobacco -
atWALLACES' I Paper Hanging furnished andttttdthroa8hgaswithallhospttalconventences. ; Disposition to Treat You Right. GEO. H. CLARK used.
Thorough .Let Us Be Your Jewelers.L. .
lthi t$ ; ti+ Decorating floor.equipped For operating room on second Waterman Fountain Pens, NewsPapers Vet Cave, Manufacturer t
terms address
Phone 181 C.C. BOHANNON M. D. H. ROWE & CO. and Periodicals Daytona, Florida.

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.: 'IONA i PRODUCE onSEj'j'j'Headquartus i struck the bicycle rider in the back.

ii 4 6fDMANt The defendant asked for time in THREE DAYS ALLEGHENYWIPED I I
for' w which to produce witnesses; to support -

Kinds of Fresh Vegetables S. ;_ his view of the accident.The i

I and Fruit. S .. t aa Injured man suffered much: "TAKE IT FROM US"When .

oultry and Eggs. a ..:5ie t t RUN DON BYAUTOMOBILf. be pain resting Saturday easier night Sunday.but appeared Because'10'of'' NOW REMAIN Off r

Specialty. x.: h3s age and the condition of his

| Orders Promptly Filled *. 3SrBall&Sonj 4: health it will be impossible! to State'

::: the full result of his Injuries. for'
: we say Safety Range we mean what we say. FflRJFFflRTS.
!.,,t several dajs.Monday THE MAP.
.' Mr. Crawford was resting i Not t as good but the best.
I 237 North Beach St. 'Ffccae aI '...! fJI
55 much easier and it Is now believed!

I order for 25 tent on this store'. ?:- .. 'JBEELHAN TO BE CRIPPLED D DAS by the attending physicians that he TO SECURE{ COLD WATCH f

I. given VetOsvelf he will all 5 will recover from his injuries[ al- _
1O Ihlily News office before 1.100.
1'ening.OB110. .... though It will: be some time beforehe GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE CO.
[ .SB.tSi...B.,.,.: will be able to be ouit:. and it Is I
"If Ton Doa'i Trade With D* We Both Lose Money. BY
gives as the opinion of the attending THE POSTAL AUTHORITIES.

| SHAFFNS 7l physicians' that because of .
BROUGHT INTO COURTON will be crippled for the remainder: ot THURSDAY-EVERY PERSON IN

ire Insurance :Mr.\ Crawford's home is in Port


living at .that place He came here
122 South Beach StreetILDREN'S i Struck and run down by an automobile last October from Tampa and since: Owing to the fact that only three DIAMOND STATION.

.. was riitag a bicycle his arrival here has been [in the employ TO ALLOW NOW SAfE more days remain before the expira-I PITTSBURG, Feb. 27-At mldaight
;' "on tion of the time limit in which contestants -!
'.: Ridgewood avenue late Saturday of H. T. McClei an. proprietor tomorrow Allegheny will te wiped M
,':'.afternoon W. H. Crawford a man! of the novelty works on North may secure the ,'a.Ulblegold! : !
off the postal when the postof-
1 :about 60 years of age received serious Ridgewood avenue. Recently he has watch which is offered as a special map
BETTING. BRAZIL. prize to the contestant in the Gaz- flee there becomes North Diamond
and perhaps fatal Injuries. not been In the best of health and ,
*" A hasty examination made by physicians had been oft duty for several daysas zette-News Great' Popujarityj' Contest Station and is made a part of Greater -

y. h. .. : shortly after the accident a result. He has been making securing the most votes before the Pittsburg.The .
-' showed that the man's left shoulder his! home with Mr. and :Mrs.\ McCle-!. count of Thursday, March 2, every I Allegheny postoffice was established

t "< was broken la two places and that lan. ARRESTED INCAIOT RIO JANEIRO person Volusia totality: should: pay in 1829. but in future' the-

1 eta: neck chest. back and right leg I Iy' NEW[ [LAW A IN I VEST VIRGINIA f; their subSiCI''{:t'on immediately to one business[ will be handled as a bra.t1dt.or

[ EYES $ were badly bruised. Dri. Van Val I of the young ladies: In the contest I the Pittsburg office. .

be too carefully safeguarded {1 ':. ,zah and Stewart made the examination -i CRIMINAL COURT CONVENES; SIGNED( BY THE GOVERNOR. BE XTRADIT D. and give her their votes.

j-y (have but one pair to la.stfI and the man made as comfortable When one considers: the fact that

IDe. If there are Indications 7 .-' as possible. OPENS AT DE LAND TOMORROW the Gazette-News is easily: the best t
and most '' [in
thing wrong .with your child's Stories of the accident, gleaned BIG RACE TRACK PROJECT FOR uptod'att4newspaper j

1ng him' or her and I will fit from eye-wttne sce and others show BOSTON FOR EMBEZZLEMENT this section of the state and that

Ith Glasses to correct the 'j :'that Mri Crawford was riding south ALL CASES IN WHICH JUDGE CHESTER TO COST HALF MILLION ilt is a necessity in the home of every f

If medical treatment is nec- ,..on Ridgewood avenue on a bicycle, OF HALF MILLION SAFE IN citizen and cottages In Yolusla 41
I will teM you so. :, ,a rented one and was well over to SOUTH AMERICA.
>"' the right side of the road when he CONTINUED OVER TO THE AUGUST BELMONT. intend to subscribe sometime -

Neville H. Clark ; ....,.,. jftras, struck by an automobile com- BOSTON. Feb. 27-Secretary of why not help your favorite contest- _
WHEELING W. Va., -Feb. 27. ant god! watch which is
o. NEXT TERM. tojwjuj.lftff
t Just
north Ridgewood
lag on avenue. State Knox today telegraphed: Governor
Optometristfor t', at the comer of Magnolia avenue. This state is to have race meetings offered as special prize by subscribing CHICAGQ--
., Criminal court for Volusla! county Foss today that Robert Davis, now, and at the same time give
automobile is owned by
The one with pool selling and betting by a
the of the EYE.MODS
Sign the boy broker arrested in Rio Jan-
Commodore Conrad Stubenbord and"Aloe will be convened in DeLand tomorrow her a good start toward winning the
part-mutual system <,(h's season. eiro and wanted in Boston for embezzlement -
being driven at the time ''by and an extra heavy docket will piano
I Governor Glasscock tas signedthe I : of $500,000, can :.not be extradited In a contest where the race is as
Jack )Madden a' young man ita thempky face Judge Bert Fish when the term
bill legalizing pool sel'ing: during
of Mr. Stubenbord. It Is'I I I from Brazil, there being no close as shown in this one, and the [ ? CAMPAIGN CLOSES S;
of court begins. race meetings on all tracks In West treaty provisions: for such extradi- rivalry so keen, one subscription. may
aid there were two young women in
EEN : I! All cases which are on the docketfor Virginia. tion. be the means of winning both the
the car with the driver who II da resorted A new track projected for Chesterto ONE MAN SPENDS A FORKHOTTEST
If Davis refuses to waive examination
to have been carrying on a this term in which Judge Fishis watch and the piano. Help your favorite -
) $500,000 13 said to be backedby
co: 'he Is safe in' Rio Janeiro.ZOOO .
contestant by subscribing to
interested will be continued
: over
conversation with the young women Belmont and a number of
I' August the Gazette-News before the count PART OF THE STRUGGLE
attention'to I
: and not paying particular to floe next term. Judge Maxwell of wealthy residents. of this a: ate.
[e are carrying a completeof the wheel. It is claimed the drive Jacksonville was designated by Governor WORKMEN ON STRIKE; Thursday and at the same time enlarge HAS BEEN BETWEEN FOR-
the and usefulness of thegrroust
Green Groceries, in- : er of the car,.after it had struck, scope :
GilchrIst to come here to sit as YEGGMEN BLOW A SAFE; factor for upbuilding Day-
and run down the aged man. did not MER MAYOR CARTER HARRI
ing : : offer to assfct the victim of the ac-,',itrial Judge in the cases -in which ESCAPE WITH $';,000. WALK( [ OUT OF DIG FACTORY. tona and this section of Florida by

'. Judge Fish is Interested, but has 'increasing Its. circulation. SON AND ANDREW GRAHAM.
ddent but cut a circle to the left, RICHMOND, Va., Feb. 28 Five
been detained and unable to come to When subscribe for the Gazette
[olden Wax Beans \, crossed Magnolia avenue and returned -, yeggman blow open he safe !n the you CHICAGO Feb. 27-With more
DeLand at this time. Judge Beggsof News you help In the great work of
to Ridgewood, driving past bank at Clo'er'a", early today and I than $200,000 spent by one candidates'
Orange county was then named by boosting Daytona and itB environs: and
Green Beans the Injured man and on up the avnue made their escape with $4.000. A COMPANY QUIT AND ARE I : alone, the biuere&t: and most expensive
| Governor Gilchrist. but;: Judge Beggs I also get value received for your
to the Stubenbord residence. posse headed by the sheriff. Is on fight; m the Irstory:. of Chicago
ij ill and will be unabl to fill the CHEERD AS THEY MARCH money.
CucumbersCauliflower Persons. who were nearby at the 'Cheir track. I closed today.
time rushed to the assistance! of THROUGH THE STREETS. I Three democrats and five republican

., the Injured man and he was taken to WHEAT MARKET FIRM; NAPANEES S COMING HERE candidates are in 'ifhe field! and

"'the home of Howard McClelan! on FIRST WORK ON i NEW HOME; PRICE OF HOGS DOWN. KAL.UIAZOOlich: ,, Feb. 27 the hottest part of the fight has

Tomatoes ..North Ridgewood avenue In J. N. Two thousand employes of the Kala- been between former Mayor Canter

Gamble's automobile Fred Aten,1' OF GROUND TODAY. CHICAGO, Feb. 27-Wheafc was I mazoo Corset company struck this [FOR TWO PERFORMANCES.[ [ {S.I Harrison and Andrew Gr-hamL:

Peppers .'driver for Mr. Gamble happened to SURVEY firm today on good buying and a f morning when the concern announced I protege of Roger Sullivan the democratic -

be passing at the time and offered toa quarter cent higher. Provisions a lower wage scale. boss. Graham says he has

take the injured man home. I PREPARATIONS MADE FOR were lower w3fa May pork selling atl The strikers formed a processionand I POPULAR VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINERS spent more than $200.0X( ) during the

ey are Always Fresh.DAYTONA :.: The accident was reported to the $17.35, lard $9.10 ribs $9.40. Hogs, marched through lite streets and WILL APPEAR AT campaign to be elected mayor.
poltae officers acid it was some time'; STARTING THE EXCAVATION were weak and ten. lower, and cattle the workmen were cheered by the I f

before It could be definitely:! learned'I steady to ten higher. I women. I DAYTONA THEATER ON FRIDAY .'
who was the driver of the ;
bile. Later in iJhe evening Jack Madden :\ DAYTONA ELKS.
was arrested and placed In Look Around.Glance The Napanees, who will appear at FOUND DEAD D IN I A BATHROOM. .

the. city Jail to await! the result' ofj The first work on the new Eks I the new Daytona theater Friday and 1
." Mr, Crawford's Injuries. | clubhouse. and home was done at 3 Saturday en'ninJ's.Iarc'h: : 3 and 4,
-i.. around you today-pick out
Madden remained In Jail until the I have a strong: vaudeville how in con ASSISTANT CITY ENGINEER OF
afternoon: when
JOHNSON. Mgr. o'clock this r
) Sunday afternoon, when he was re-, junction with the big act. The bill:
of the ground was made and the prosperous young men you know. RICHMOND HAD BEEN OR-
._ leased on baa of $100 to appear in I is composed of the following: Ilega-

.,e' court Monday morning All: the trial preparations made for the excavating I Are trey living up their: pay envelopes I del l, the bounding Dutchman, who DERED TO EXPLAIN MISTAKESTO

tn'tYou .t ,id was charged with reckless driving work, which will be started at performs marvelous feats on a bounding 3 1

.and violating the vehicle ordinance once. I ? Do you find them "broke" at I rope, turning somersaults on the THE COUNCIL. i I

i : and pleaded not guilty, a continuance the contractorand who know the value of high grade I rope and keeping up a patter of talk 7
H', is estimated by RICHMOND Va., Feb. 25-Jack:
; "otiShe. case being taken until Tuesday the end of the week? DQ they bar- I during his act. :\I'rUeIilltr: is a
committee that the The best of these
building Teas and Coffees. son Holton. assistant city engineer ,'
M subpoena I and dance artist carrying a
morning to allow time to song
f structure will be finished! and ready row from friends to spend for pleasure I was found dead in a l bathroom in y
. ,J witnesses for -!-the city and for Mad- beverages on any table marks the I dancing mat weighing two hundred I
the first of ,
for occupancy by his home this morning. Death had ; 1
kn.< families of ? Do they play the sot! machines, I and eighty pounds;, said to be one I '
'are GoTHING .' and when completed the Da.tonaElks difference between the I been, caused by a;;:+ iyxi4flon.IJolton : fl :
According to the story told by thetinest of the largest used by a single '
will have of had been ordered
one to appear (
do I
who I
and those
'-' Madden Mr. Crawford came east on discrimination gamble on the side? Are they usu- dancer. Butler and Dorman are '
clubhouses in the entire sou.h; before the ej:r.y council tonight; to /
:, Magnolia turned north on I blackface comedians who keep up a ,j
avenue and not know what good tea and coffee ally termed "sports?" "Sports" are explain some alleged mitiiakts.: in I j
'c Rld ewood and (that the automobile 'rapid fire talk and do some difficult if
in .......................... is. Let us serve you if you want not prosperous they are "fourflushers" -'I eccentric dancing. They hajust his department.

STOCK MARKET REPORT I the best. been added to the organization and
and your prosperous, steady, reliable have scored an instantaneous hit 1

.......................... wherever they have appeared. CHURCH Druggist !
another ,
travels in
young l- 1 ,
NEW YORK, Feb. 27-Despite Popular vaudeville prices will prevail I 1 Beach PHONE Street 37

good buying stocks showed declines CONRAD GROCERYCOMPANY class. Prosperity, with many men, and the management of the Daytona. Florida. prjj.

unchanged to one point: this: I theater announces the performancewill
from dates from their first bank deposit. 1 chins food /Jr th. bahEverything/>
J t We The Hill stocks led the commence at 8:15: :; p. m.
Without a ]|receive||our shipments morning. I
I declines but at the end of the first Make YOUR start today by openingan _
1 of Candyl week 50 FIRE IN CINCINNATI
every hour showed slight rallies.[ There ;

- Guardnly ' you are sure to get it nice was a feeling of nervousness in the account at this bank even thoughIt I PAINT FACTORY BURNS. to be found in a i> ,
steady with a I
Cotton was
:and fresh-Huyler's, NunRally's markcit.from four lower to three higher 'PHONE 61.Daytona. be for a small amount. CINCINNATI, Feb. 27-The Foy first-class
range I paint factory burned early than!
K and Norris1 with a fair demand. The loss will amount to 4r
LodgeNo. morning. Store
"The open Close 1141 I $:;;/)4.111.CHARLES.
Great Candy Trio. I\:!N *": *'
i New Uo York prcf.Central-------------------------..1.s"; ''"vsU o B. P. 0. E. CARROLL DEAD; Prescriptions a Specialty. :

,,;':k". NKINS, The Druggist, Che.apeake Northern IVnnsylvanUUnion hlh Valley Pncino d:..Ohio.........0..:--------------------'s.::..:....:;.:.:;.::;::::....:--I2'i:-I- ; :17!! Meets Evening.Every Visiting Tuesday A. D. McBRIDE PresidentJ. BIG MAN IN MARYLAND. I Phone attended orders promptly to. , 6

't'tIII.L. QA Members Invited. WASHINGTON, Feb. :27:? Former
CO. .:; AT THE PLAOE --------- -- -- ------ -- - --
-3153raouth. )) B. CONRAD.
Pacific.- 014/ T. E. R.
44 rn ; E.Fitziertld. Governor C'harUs (Carroll of \I'll'> kud:
Where .. 1.11 1757 1. Free
Volusla Meets Beach. Pacific 'z 5 i il' Geo. F. Crock. See. N. CONRAD Cashier Delivery.
1'\. M. Com. ;;'t r F J. NIVER. Ant Cashier dzwi here today.:
telephone 69 do pref J1* 4 ,

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PIANOS and the county seat of .
PIANOS VOLUSIA Volusia County,
is situated 23 miles southwest of
Concert Tuner

; PIANOS_FOR RENT COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the latter UNIVERSITY ; 'j J

BANK city by an excellent hard-surface DE LAN D FLA '"
road recently constructed.At Four Colleges' 'J :
DELAND, FLA. Technlcal'&hooU.1 .f
I DeLand is located the John B. Equipment cost. r

: (iO TO $100,000Surplus Stetson University, one of the lead. endowment lag nearly Hooru '.--:- .-
Capital taowna.
__ :=- __ _-- ---- .. MICECREAM .. $50,000.D.MCBR1DE ing educational institutions of the Faculty of 49 pf)' .;. ;-" A snow
:;-r and I.structor ,
.....e 77 for WOMAN'S South. Because of the interest in ,.Christian, at St. Mary'

-, ;:. :::- -- EXCHANGE A. ,. matters educational DeLand is knownas but non-Rt'ct&r1aza.Teaching.. I ternoou fro
- --'- -- -- :it -- ; II nil Unll tbt' 1I10"t Presidents "The Athens of FIors." For tnfoi-matj&,; ."' ;

fa MILLS'E; :; ; ;EEuropean ::. 1 t".I.lIutUcll..ath..rar-...o..urtb.Htt'n- J. .V1ce-PreSident; Stetson University ha?a faculty of Lincoln address: Huny, ., Ii Ii'I **Dry w

; .".: dllnl1"lJl"tIlIllJlh'; \ 50 professors and instructors. There P ..1fL.D.. '. .. Fred KIngstj
-:._=- .jI;. ;&y&. .V;, ., 8.A.WOOD. 'I ; '
& .. :.'''''. r ---. .. J.c.1 ,.._:t.... Cashier are. over $400,000 in buildings and _President S I
= .. ='- - ,-'-.L 7 --- -- Mrs. L. B
: I I Iiuszsisuieisiiuissi equipment; nearly $300,000 endowment
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.. .u i.!I By L. C. DEMAREE.' -- -_ fact must be apparent to the most DREKA'S ; a Carnegie Library alone representing J. W. PfRKINS 'I |3 visitingand'' family

superficial observer. With such laY- an investment in building, I

: I SHOES AND FURNISHINGS : One of Daytona' crowning glories BUSINESS AND i l1-b wealth of natural beauty it be- DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than$120.OOck .- ;"" South stree
_____ is her Incomparable' beach. No f i Palm Beach
came an easy thing foi the hand' of The library is the United
:i a ItPaystoTradeat =I one who bau ever set foot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS STORE Attorney andCounsellor I
to the finishing touches
4rta give States Government depository for the I:
; smooth, racked sands; no one whoever Pedigreej
= Peck's Bargain House : '"wlhlch have wrought out the colors EVERYTHING! State of Florida and contains over \
pedaled a bicycle over its ex- I sale.614S
_____ 'I 112 South Beach Street =I and outlines of the big 'picture. S TO EAT/ 15,000 volumes. Science Hall one at Law I
_ I pans:: no one who ever drove a .
...I$1II.I.ISISISISI.ISIS. Man\ did sill this In' the laying out TO WEAR, of the newest of 16 buildings, with .. '
_ pranciasf pair' ot horses and listened ___ ,(_ TO USE . Harry A.
of the streets with-their wide margins its furnishings, represents an outlayof '.-
................e......... to the popping' of their steel shoes \ Will PractlM InState T.E.F1tZfgontage .....
....m.............. of parkoge. The entire city becomes $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of to
: LING WAD-CHINESE LAUNDRY : upon Its asphaltum-Jike face; no one\( S U Rending Room, and on]

_ : tit HO. BZACH ST.. DAYTONA. FLA.Dress who ever steered a high-power automobile : E. S. HALL :I a grp.it; park, with driveways inter- Elevator Bl"rt'lcc. the most beautiful college buildingsin Federal '\ .. Beach, and
Shirts Shirts 10 ,
12Nlght >
$ : White BhlrU lOjWoolen! Shirts 10 : down the broad stretch of eeitIng! / miles upon miles of driveways f Rest* Room the South. Courts i! il'J the ground I

a Check Shirts !8 Undershirts 8. wave-washed and surf-packed sand : Architect and BuilderS : : M) good as to attract motorists .The city has a population of about comfortable|
. New Shirts IS I Drawers 8 G.A. DREKA & COILAND' .
hIflseoLJaratt.134ock.perpaIr 1 3 but realized that it is a world beater S .2!''ti\ Palmetto Ave. :I from all over the continent.And FLA? i 3,500, with a thickly settled country DiLAND, FLA. :: ; dahl has tl
: Collars or Cuffs 2, Handkerchiefs 3 :
_ _ ladles clothes at corresponding price a world-wonder. Go stand upon i : DAYTONA. FLORIDA.1I.I.1..I.I.I.R.I..IsIsI. as for the pavements, pavements adjacent. DeLand proper is five rt tk>n of the

..i.uuu.isu.isiusisisi.H. this wile speedway and see the hap-i I tlnn look and act like graniteS miles east of the St Johns River, on i

...0...................... py souls flit by in joyous mood. and S l'e else between the eastern VoIusia.CoiiDlyAbstract the high, rolling pine land of the WRIGHTINSURANCE , WANTEDgage.

answer whether thIs! is not one of II and' western: seas are so many miles. great .Orange Ridge" of Florida. :. Add
: : the seven modern wonders. U in prouortkm to inhabitants? The: :: .:"prcdoininating! products are S
: LAMB ENGINES: 1 : W. C. CHOWNING. M. D. 1: pavement question stands with the oranges and grapefruit the estimated : Mr. andSaturday
The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River j II AGENCY
'HUPilOBILESDesMutraUoa : General Medicine and :: etreet as:: one of the Chief drawing Gary Bert FlshT D.Landls.President Beeretaryjand 'crop from this vicinity being over i fr

: Given at Any Time. : Where think you is water with morel! : Obstetrics IU I cards. Till some unheard of place Treus. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes, _e. . Havana, Cu

: PHONE.! =I picturesque surroundings? Nearly a, reports more and better, Daytona Japan persimmons, ner of Rldg
Office Hours: 1:30: to 3:80.: 7 to 8 p.in. S Abstracts Furnished peaches: pears, DeLand ;
.ae........isusisi.i.R.I.R mile wide. fringed with tropical vegetation : Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. : throws down the gauntlet! to the and Titles plums, pecans, guavas, strawberriesand Florida ues. Whil

....................S..... artistic cottages with roomy I SISaSUSISISI.uIu.ISISISUSISR.RSISIOISISISISISISIIISU: world. Perfected other fruits are grown in plenty.In -- called upon '

: JACOB ESPEDAHL verandas looking out upon her bosom : Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Fruit 'and Insured the way of public improvementsare OLDEST flee and the

J gamey food fishes In countless numbers : Whatever one's shortcomings and many miles of fine shell roads, an who \veiit ft]
Contractor and Builder SI
Designer and Craftsman Ua beckoning, as It were, to those U DR. J. E. RAWLINGS :I howe\er indifferent or even callousone Blueprints Maps Pints SuppliedDr.LAND. and excellent high school, electric lights, LARGEST'S eral years :1

Superintends Construction of BuildIngs U. with rod and reelher; bosom flecked S U I may be to many thlmgs!! the; mere a system of waterworks that is owned, the handson
flans and S _and BEST
on Hhort Notice.Hpecincatlons 0 with duck and coot and snowy- = Physician and Surgeon : mention (
: DAYTON, FLORIDA. = winged sea birds. which sit about as birds and fruits" will send a thrill
water at little cost.
................isi.isisa If for the sport of bobbing upon the) I Phone that is reflected hi distended pupils BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that *PalmettoIJIarsh

waves; watch that lubberly old S UISISSISUIISISISUSISISISUI and pricked ears. For Florida 2nd.The .
uI.I.i.I.iei.i.i.ui.i.i.U DeLand a church-going commu-
white headed pelican pouch a fat FARMS
For e.'ery'is: tor with a spare goober -
nity. Baptists, Episcopalians,
I mullet, and that fish hawk struggling .........................: there Is a bunny ready to come COMPANY odists (Northern and Southern), Pres- GROVES _

: CONTRACTOR 1 upward with his floundering load he I and accept :your gift. He will sit bolt Manufacturers of and Catholics cups I
Christians TIMBER
: Filling and Grading : snatched; from tile water. : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS : j ir'r6'hti!' and knaw into the meat, LUMBER byterians besides colored, Baptists and Methodists or prizes (in
: = See the beautiful launches, spick : Civil EngineersDAYTONA i casting; furtive, saucy glances at you LATH which will
Keavy Hauling a Specialty. represented.
Uaui ; and span, witlh hampers and lockers i S ;! meanwhile SHINGLES LAND S S bcitel court

.u.isisis............ bulging with refreshments both solid I 1! FLA. : Flowers. Usually! fresh and bloom MOULDINGS\ The graded school offers a ten Bend for BargainSheet are now on I

1I.i! .!@!
M.ELLADeVOY&COMILLINERY : beautiful surface. Take out your field II I of Goldsmith's couplet where usury's Puroid Rooting Paints it occupies is newly furnished II" GOULDVONTQI are handso
'! Whitehall CementKlDorado throughout, and is one of the most
I glass and sweep the river from Smiling spr'og: its earliest visit! paid well' worth!

I OrmoaJ bridge to Ponce Park I .......................... I And summer's, lingering blossomsare ; Clay PlasterCeorgia Brick commodious and best equipped pub- [ CO are the tau

light house. then say whether the I S U delayed.In Bond Hand Brick lic schools in the State. i the largcrtf
4 = E. L. STEWART : DELAND, FLA. The from Daytona to DeLandis
Halifax isn't: a thing of beauty anda I yad varigated hues trip IELAND, FLA Daytona,
N.. 8 Beach St., Daytona. FU. forever U Physician and Surgeon S one roses made by automobile in a little I
joy and one of the modernwonders.
hotel guestJ
o UN
household hasa
. . . . . . . . . Hpt'l'lullltt..ntlon todlsHMs! of the predominate; another
I Kje. 1<:Ir. ThroHt and Nose. Ofllw over an hour, and there are many
S unit residence Magnolia Hvenuv. :Srcl! = penchant for the poincetta and the ANuS[ & FISH in the of the THE
. . . . I The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge- U door west of P.O.,telephone/:?. premises ere aflame; another is hidden pretty drives vicinity For sale
I 1 Office hours:V a.m.to V.p. in. Attorneys at Law county site. A good road leads to house at 64
in of tall Varietyis GORDONGARAGE
IN'I I a jungle cane.
East Florida wood. ...................USIISUISISISISSRSISISISISISISIS Practicing In all DeLeon Springs, five miles, a historic front, 160
I' the spice of life and here is where State and Federal

Telephone Company |: Ridgewocd avenue Is upon the crestof you find it. Special Courts facilities for spot where 60,000 gallons of water 1 I S trees; aM

a broad ridge, straight as the crow S U The birds flit in, and with their Investigating andperfstetlng bubble from the earth every minute. lights, city I

-. Connections at Daytona I|: flies and the wide spreading branches I = DR. F. R HOUGHTON I Joyous notes help to give fullness DrLAND) : FLA.titles From DeLand automobiles go southto DeLandHeadquarters The In good re

I of the heavy-trunked live oaks extend and symmetry to the picture.As Osteen 18 miles, on shell and .

for Long Distance Points their giant arms across the magnificent : marl roads; theSt.Johns is crossedby
FA Dentist for fruits. choice citrus fruits STYiART&IILIJ{ for
v'eta. forming an arch and ferry near Osteen and cars can then

H. C. THOMPSON. Mir. from these extended arms great festoons U In Peck Block 5S Daytona velds:' the palm to none for Isaac A. @tt'war'Ejtford continue to Sanford and Orlando by AutomobilesAGENT
PHONE 35Vest End Bouth Bridge UU
and There
quality quantity
of Spanish moss sway as the S hard road. There is a shell road FOR
- LI StO! *! x!. S S S S S .E...B.B.....B.B...BB.B.B. ere scores of citrus groves in proximity Mary Bte'srtAttorneys : Maxwell Tour-
trade winds from the tropic seas at Law from DeLand to Orange City, five
im1111 to the city. branches belnding'to
fan them. Looking straight ahead .......................... and Notaries Public miles, and a good road from DeLandto ing Cars and

H. T. McCLELLAN I down this whfte shell street one has I I T. E. Fitzgirald E. F. Gates : lucious the erth gclden with globes their which burdens for of DFLAND. FLA. Lake Helen a like distance.: RunaboutsArthurO.

the Impression of a fairy path with ,
I FITZGERALD & OATES : beauty proflicacy and aH desirable I
"'lften draperies, but as move | i
ilti I Mill Work you
: long and cast an eye first to the : : Attorneys and Counsellors at LawHpeciiil : qualities would truly astonish you. J.A.ERICKSON. BID SANDSTONE BRICK CO. .P.HamlinRoyal HaxalinHAMLIN
Facilltlt for
Two tickets to the Crntsl Theatre I Tight and then to the left you see i( S Perfecting s Land Examiningand Titles UU S The Fastest Autos and The Finest Manufacturers

will she will lie presented call at the Mrs.Dally Fred News Htones office distinguished cottage homes in the ;, : Office In Conrad Building. 'l'honl.'l28 : S Out. & CO.Largest Light Oranite, Buff Red ansi

I before tomorrow_ _night._ _ most delightful settings.See SISISISISISISUSUSISISISIIIDR.J.P.ESCH The e\tr.th world wonder, do you Pianos, Organs Stock and of Drab Brick
tho glistening' leaf of the' grand I --- --- --- Larp Cnpm-it. Tn>-ur.'s Prompt Phlpnu -
ask? Ccme whether from Missouror &
1'.11 Aye. Phone 123 I: Sewing Machines -.
Ridtewood 'i.ta. w rit f. r Kt und Prlctb
I I magnolia which! nature has varnishedas 'ri (!X!(!(!' fro a Elaine, from Kalamazoo o. South of JIIl"on\'ilh'! I.KIIIELJ.. FLA.
no 3rtis's brush ever could; and "
r. Tmbucto: and you will be "shown.

the cabbigp palms with their burdens and |, :, Here is where the world's record for LAKE HELEN
J Physician Surgeon
I PORT ORANGE of showy fruit and swaying palms; I speed is broken with every recurring L4LLEN'Sl' Surrounded several Attorneysand
PICTURESQUE i iI V P. niiiMila I l'rltiftli b .u- -uutb of by pretty lakes
the .
with its
; see lovely holly exquisite 5M.) K.: t'hurt li. .'IEf: hoursy\: tu :ip.. ,?' : aeason. Autos, the biggest, the fast- and guarded 1
by lofty trees is
V I'ostoliice Counsellorsat
bury; see the climbing vines' in..tftii7p in. 'Phone ;v I l-AMnXA: 1 to
i ett. anSI the finest are on daily :
!- DEAI'II.: Lake Helen winter LawIxLtNE
a resort of

a PORT pretty ORANOK little village Is PORT ORANGEHOUSE 'un, riot in forms the trees which; see gain the a crypotamoil's foothold -- -- -- ---- -
: the artesian water fron :
situated<< five iii11--s pure i i a spiritualistic camp-ground is situated
south of Daytona on jn the great oaks and stately m \! !)< @ : thousands: of flowing; wells. Its; a : ) : ). FLA."FOUNTAIN'S".
I INLAND. FLA. near Lake Helen and at this
and will
paKms surely join in ,
the Daytona-New you coptinaous show with constantlyshiftag
;b Rnayrna hard sur- ,the! clorus and say that this is a \ The Manhattan Cafe | : scene.Eveeything a i place several hundred people make

,t tioe road th<>scenic I s. Fred Cumnungs }\'orld'nder for beauty. for ladies and gentlemen. ?| G. W. Fisherl j I winter headquarters. A large lumber j jDaLAND
highway of the East goes, from a 2-horse I mill and the largest brick plant in

(" *It. The town Is Owner aDd Maaater Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage ;' Regular Dinner 11 to 1:30 Daily. i' power up to a :200-hor.se? power and Drug Co. i the South are located at Lake Helen. FLA.
)ocatedonthellslilax I: Short Orders. Box: Lunches. :
tjl of
Homes.No degrees speEd from a canter
River, and Is Everything Fresh. Drugs, Stationery, ORANGE CITY
." connected with the : Special Attention Shown to Ladies. : to a two-mile-a-minute clip. You will Hnyler's Candies ClothingFurnishings I
PORT ORANGEliE one of Daytona's attractions, <
I probably catch the spirit: when The
111 peninsula oppesitebyabddge. you principal attraction around
THE MANHTTAN : Kodaks, Cigars
t perhaps, commands more nearly universal CAFE
do the roads
and the beach
are yours. Orange City is the handsome Shoes
many 1
,1 The town Is well ACII attention and praise than does j 38 South Beach Street S DFLANP. FLA.A. __
The Florida
!? S I sunshine is free, the golden orange groves. The town is
laid out and has the ariidtic cottages. The owners of' ( .
Lots for Sale. "balmy ocean breezes are free the supplied with water said to be the
:many pretty homes these charming villas hail' from : - u ___ __ !
of every I - -- - I birds! and squirrels and flowers are A. II. purest in the
number OO9ALLThe world another
i" A large Liberal Terms corner of the country, and they bring <.......................... free attraction
II winterresidents the fountain
Tourists and Allowed for '. sparkling water is to visitors. It is at Orange City

I make Port IMPROVEMENTSOcean their own architectural plans and :*: When You Are Looking for t free and you will: have to go down i that passengers over the Florida East '
Orange winter headquarters LuNd upon them, and, as the archi-ictur
I River onto wallet only for fti"DELA
or your coin for Coast
Ry. transfer '
*ne of the FISHINGConvenient '.'=! of one section of the country :: Some One (to Do auto, and bed and board. Leading I I IDELAND. drive to Deland. to carriages:: and' )
erenl attractlSnsb.ing to Anto-. differs from the architecture of another GROCER The town is sur-
I the excellent\ mobile Race Course This is fanciful rounded ,
no picture; it's all by land peculiarly
and Bridge. so do our homes differ in : FLA. adapted
nshln<< : here. It is drawing other thousands to the cultivation of citrus fruits. j Ftomi DA
to D,
M A short distance Apply outward appearance and .structural; f Electrical Work% j
WM. C. HOWES I. I and ho'dng: them enthralled, it will .
4! wt af Port Orangeare beauty from one another. There are, .

/ the remains of Port Orange Agent, Fin.pJrt no monotonous rows of strikingly : I charm and hold j ou. Come and see. I :..........................................,........:
;I the oldsugar Dunlawton t: PHONE 14 I .
similar build'ngs but the eye, as it I I .
mill a placethat :
Is visited everyearbyhundredsof ; sweep by Is treated to a kaleidoscopic : '
OrangeOYSTfR I "From the Grove to the Table"INDIAN THE !
;1 cbange which keeps the mind i : FORLAWJTHE : ,
j tourists. One timeall CO. wondering, "What next i I RIVER GRAPE ;
the country west .
D. DUPONT It U no, only the exterior of many : FRUIT AND ORANGES .
Port Orange surrounding I
the old Grower and Dealer of tho homes which rivets attention : Groan on the Halifax. .

I in'.ll. was a vast Indigo OYSTERS CLAMSPt. and ; wuh.c they are models of convenience : Best Prices Best Work t The finest quality of fruit for sale I : Gives Away * some three persons whose :I.

i' and sugar cane .Ol'ftnllDAnA : and the finishing' and furn- : NORTH BEACH STREET : : in single:! boxes or cr lots. Special names were mentionedin the

plantation.The mill i fcsTifng jive evidence of the elegance I attention paid to filling orders. :
was operated extenlT : :........ .................. I i Every ; -
Iy In those early IH C. BOffES[ and cultivation of those who worked I: MUNROE & STEVENS JL3 y p ioudi.sp Per : __. :

days hut has been la it all out. Indeed It Is the interior I ltB S BBCB.B.B S BtBB.B.l.l. I GROWERS AND U'U' .
disuse for forty or Real Estate arrangement and artistic furnishingand I ,. .

fifty years.A Insurance shading more than the exterior : GROCERIESat Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. I ,: Four Tickets to the Crystal :

very Interesting appearance:: that gives a surpassing I. .U'

drive from In .tont NOTARY PUBLIC charm to Daytona homes. This fea- I: "live and let live' pric:-, at S ;: .1 :U'S Theatre :
.. . . . .
: is by ocean lah .. Ijs5.......... .
to the approach ot _Port Orange Ha. ture Justly merits prominence as another .. JOHN P. POLLITZ. E EISISISIISSIIRSISISISISI ;, : I'U' Order for 25 cents on some :
the Port Orun!: I voni'er.Streets MESSING
I bridge, iicro** the H ,.... ,' : local store. .
tMcDonald's ::: .1 I ""r1' r..li. l.lU. A 1" 'U'U' : : : : : : .

lr1d"passing through and .th.n t h. S. G. MARTiiMerchandise and and Pavements Best. the Most I Ills..........1........... f.J:, Fresh Fish ;; U'U' ..

prlnclpil: street of :I Boat Yard : -i! > &%& Clams U'U' .

}h t I'ort Orange:; to th- (General Why thq Architect of the Universe: 1 I Established:: 1903 : : .

ruins of thf ..,I.-! \ chose to give! Daytona the most admirable 1 I CHAS. M. McDONALD. Proprietor and Rose Bay Oysters .i :: Watch for them
bratt old I stgnr ---your name maybe :
mill returning toItaytonaby the most picturesque natural I Railways. Boats Built, Repaired : :;) Market on South Beach Street : .

th,-rol Port Orange: Fla. setting of all the cities of the South i: and Housed. 5 r. Phone 5 Prompt Delivery :: next.

on the mainland.I j Is not revealed, but that such is at/ 1...................a.....: -.-, -.-.--.-...-.-.--. . . I :. : .
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-- -J Shrinking Billiard Balls They Took Equal Chanc,.. -
oft As! Ivory dries It shrinks, and experience A story Is told of a woman who left Mule Riding In Portugal.In II PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA r 1111.
ity, steTsON[ has taught the Ivory billiard ball the Hotel Westminster in a taxicab, odd contrast: to the modern ru band .
of +R turner that a tusk shrinks more in directing the chauffeur to drive to the bonk;: of the automobile and the I
lat- a width than in length. To meet this: art museum. The door of the cab was clans: of the trolley cars are the saloiosor SMYRNA is situated fif
peculiarity the best ball: are made hardly closed before the machine start I small farmers of Portugal, who ride HOWEAND I NEW miles south of Daytonaand ORANGESIf
Four DLAND, FLA.hSSilRig. from tusks little thicker than: the ball. ed with a Jerk and began,to narrowly: nonchalantly: through the twentieth is an ideal spot rcac&cd you want the
''- 'I miss curbstones as It proceeded on Its Century hubbub on the back-the extreme from Daytona by a hard surface road \t-ry best Orange
B.ad. Equipment costIng -. The tusks of cow elephants are best way. I back-of small, patient: eyed I CURRIERFLORIDA I winding through one of the most picturesque apply at
Endowment nearly 400jouO.. for billiard balls. They are not so Becoming frightened the woman mules. Tbo-jsb the: country has: progressed parts of Florida. Point Grove l
curved as bull tusks, and With its ancient ruins dating backto
the Faculty of 40 Pr'o' { A snow ball party: Is to be given fine nerve rapped upon the window of the cab I and the farmers are progressing ; a time when the history of man lor the Rt>dlaod Indian
feuors and in. ; passage Is not so plainly seen. The and said: "Please be careful This Is toward f prosperity, they have LANDSNKWRMYRAA RlverOrangethe
tin Itrueton.Christian at St. Mary's Guild hall tomorrow at.'ternoon billiard ball Is turned consistently runneth not interlaced with wiresof heat In the
own buton8ectartan' 1 from 2:00: to 5:00.: I In the rough and the first time'I ever rode In a taxi. refused to move farther forward the modern telegraph and telephone stat>.
For Teaching uatton. kept a warm room for two years.It "That's all right, ma'am. This Is on the mulo's back: In Portugal,: FLORIDA its miles of shell streets as Grove situated 11 at
addrtu: Is then after shrinking turned againto the first time I ever drove one alone." than the last fifth of his anatomy. Per- hard and smooth as a floor and overarched from Dayton ..
lb; -* wood for sale. Drop card toT
Jtyo Dry true.New York H. LEIDERSDORF the Daytona-Nsw
LincolA Press.
RolleraM -Boston-Traveler. haps the custom arose from the time by hoary forest giants that
Ph.j) *' ed Kingston, KIngs'on.! 70-6t i Resideat Afent Smyrna Road.
lien .
D. when grew in stately grandeur during the
B the mule
,V' Lt.. D. .-. carried a large load Prices Moderate

low and 'PNIalden' -; '.,.1.M1'8.. 1... B. Boyd of HUsboro.! Ohio ...+. +.....+.*..........+.+ +....+............NN..: Just not been before broken.the rider-Christian and the Herald.habit has Town Country and Smyrna lapse of is truly bygone a place centuries of romance, New FERD

1 fe ,Ttslting her brothe.r, C. E. Bell!, and restAll NORDMANNProprietor

dint han rEP J. I. FIRKINS 1J 1- % .- South end family street at having their- whiter arrived home from on j l tI I Cement t Sidewalks I The Rossel The Islanders Mystic Seven.in New Guinea Property the tourist nature and here pleasure-seeker.is very inviting Here to

J .. Palm Beach one day last week. hold the number 7 In great awe. A
ted .. R. S. HALEY too is to be found the best fishing and
Attorney andCoansclior' I r native policeman when asked what the
r the hunting in the state of Florida.
"' -5 .Pedigreed bail terrier puPs for 2 numerals in the local dialect were
ova IcWln sale 114 So. Palme'to. 74-61 : "gave them readily enough but hesitated GeneralHardware The people are thrifty, the busi
one at Law- ';, J : By the Foot or Mile at the number 7. Ton might not ness mea enterprising and all unite -
I with always that number be in the welcome hand of !
J :*! Harry A. Tucker has purchased ofT say explained and extending I
thy Practice E. Fitzgerald a lot of 60 feet : --s: onrettmes It brought on intruder- hospitality to strangers. There are _
In i It Builder's
" the Sale storms
Helps of If
ie of State and i '. {r nt eon Halifax avenue Daytona :| Property. It you'dld. And you must never five church edifices for white people s
at all when
ragstry FederalCourts \"".. Beach, and already J has material! on : i Adele say island to get cocoanuts yon went or fish to Supplies, and an equal number for the colored:
ground for the erection of Furnitureand population; the town has an excel- I
\\tbo a I I II because the most frightful results
t +!':comfortable bungalow. Jacob Espe- would undoubtedly follow." Miss lent high schooL a splendid public

DKLAND. J[ -i dahl' has the contract for the erec- I A. Vande V ord Daytona Beach | Orimshaw vouches for the superstition UndertakingNew library, aad up-to-date business k
fiver tkm of the structure..WANTED$4,000. I In her book on "The New New houses.
,the on WRIOHTINSURANCE" \ f ., on first mort ...................................................... Guinea SmyrnaTHE homes There for are the any permanent number population of pretty, {

; ,gage. Address X this office. 6S-tf I which numbers close to 2,000. and v ,

are : : .1...11..1N11..11 N.N.Nj I I some very fine winter residences. STATE BANK
itcdipei Mr. end Mrs. S .H. Cove returned There are good hotels and boarding
over AGENCY Saturday from their wedding' trip to THE DESPLAND HOTELWILL AUTO mm, ATTENTION! f houses where you can find accommodations fI I
---- Havana Cuba, and are at home corner ---- F. W. SAMSPROPRIKTORI to meet your requirements.
1 ----- --
of Ridgewood- and Volusia! aven HOLD A : Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a T. HAMMOND
.e3 DeLand, Florida j'. :ges. While in Havana Mr. Cove : TIRES to fit all rims at the VUL- J section of vegetable land as can be President t
entyits. ,called upon C. M. Johnson at. his office : CANIZER'S, Cottage Avenue. I : Rates: found anywhere. This land has been GCO. l t'nshler_ DRAMMING
OLDESTLARGEST 4 F; and there met Victor V of!laume: TENNISURNAMENTFor I.: your size not in stock will .. $3.00 per Day divided into small farms which can Transacts
anights 'who Rent from this! city to Cuba several II. PROMPTLY WIRE Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Someof a

years ago and now has one of I I : delivery in from 12 to 24 hours. .. Weeklaeeltrnt the finest celery grown in the stateis General
wnedlying the handsomest orange groves od the :, .. *. ; Huntingand raised on this land. All other vege Banking
( BEST island, it Is said. Fishing tables grow in abundance, and here, Business

{! V : w. s. MCGREGOR, Agent : NEW8MYRXAFLORIDA' too, is the home of the famous Indian 4 I Per on Time Cent.Deposits Interest

that For Florida Palmetto Club musicale vsill be on : VULCANIZER. Cottage Ave. River oranges.
inIcth- 4 l' Marsh 2nd, as per club calender. i
FARMS 74-4t : Accessories and Repairs that HOLD :

IPreslolics- GROVES .1; the Guests of the Hotels and for the Cottagers, f.........................*..

TIMBER or t .IT The cups which are to ,be given as beginning ...... ......- ..-;. 1..-; : .. ./ '

Iclho- TRUCK prizes which win in be the held ienmLs on the tournament Despland,I j. R. H. MCDONALD .: :Frh.j. ;;ph. Co.f

ichic ten Bend LAND Sheet for Bargain to.; i ," fccitel are now courts on display beginning in the next show Monday window , MONDAY, MARCH SIXTH II I. MEATS .. I Zapf

|mostpub< THE T GOULD- are handsome silver ones and are I ,.: Florida and Western :. :. .

I ,we 1 worth striving for. Indications The Choicest Steaks and : Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor *
GOTTEN CODELAND. are the tournament this year will be Open* Tournament for Ladies' Singles l i: The Primest Roasts : :: house in Florida. Sole distributors for i
1 the largest: and best ever held: in
d I Open Tournament for Ladies' Doubles I. .. '
FLA, Daytona. The entries are open to all + Telephone us what;you want and web. Anhcuser-Bush Celebrated Beer
little r. tote guests and cottagers. Open Tournament (for Mixed Doubles b. will endeavor to see that you get It.Phone . : |

tar, 'r Open Tournament for Men's Singles : 1Jt: : :: Special attention is called to the :
the THE rt For sale at a bargain-Ten room t
to :
house at 621 So. Ridgewood, lot 100 POULTRY
GORDONGARAGE Entries can be made by 'phone or note to The Despland Hotel or by per. 4. .
front, 160 deep, plenty- of shade (+ ThPcnrlleryoul.-aveyour order the .
itcrInnte ,'i trees; all Improvements. electric: I sonally entering names on lists at office. I j* bt-tter chance you have of getting : : Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. !
,.-:... lights, city water, Entries will close Friday Noon March 3. Cups will be given to winners. i: the choicest. : :. .
The :' etc. Everything ..,j ......................................................
oathand r-- In' good repair. Address box OO. If 11.....N........N...N..
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then by AutomobilesAGENT for [; MMMMMrtti Wi'J'NNmwWNiNlWNrNfWNiNI' WNiNlWNmI .

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CO 1 Maxwell ing Royal RunaboutsArthur Cars O.P.Hamlin Hamlln Tour-and ;e . Tired Day Seeks Rest During Evening Hours : ,ii

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1 Published every evening except tn-I Store WE SELL i :i:: 1r1 I: i.i i.

day. from December 1 to-April l, by I Hj. <

Y F & Automobile accessories of all l kinds. The best kinds of !
T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor.C. Excrptlonnl Moneysaving !
f I Values in : oils the ,
lubricating on
S. HARRIS City Editor. Enamel Ware market.'r

I: Now is the time to get your spring suit Mr. Henry, I HARRY L. ROOD Adv. Manager Japanese China : ji j- :. j. :

: of the Storrs-Schaffer Co. will be with us Tuesday, : GEO. F. CROUCH. Superintendent. ( .
;y, = Feb.. 28, and Wednesday, March 1, with a large line of Entered as second class matter i WE REPAIR 'i 4.

December 1, 1910 at the postofficeat Ribbons

;, i. i samples to take your measure. i iiANTHONY Daytona Florida, under Act of I I.I Opposite Webster's Grocery Store 4 4 4I. : Automobiles of f all makes and in any condition. !: ,:.,. o: Greatly Enlarj Side!

March 3, 1879. I. Seabreeze AVe. 4 .
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Home of Schaffner & Marx Clothes. i 1t>f At''
t Hart : sum
: : Complete Machine Shop J !.-.............................................. .: !" .
..................................................... | Clarendon d Garage g C Co REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS BY : .. : ;::. :........

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Rail and River i 4
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'< ......... ................., ........._..... ........_....... r;j. Laths. Shingles. Flooring. Ceili> Brick. Lime and Cement ia Stock ,
-- -- ------ - - tOnk. and Yards: East Coast Railway and Orang.n.. ;iI i
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.Best iNNiiiiiNNJNirWM' "iN'NNi ,,, tion In Chaudoin hall.: recently the \ 'Phone 83. R. J- MALBY Manager iiWhat's I.. .
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Record has the following
GOSSIP Volusia County N.NN.NO.N...N1.N...NNN1N.NNNN...N... .
J JU'fHE lo say:
Service to the East GOSSIPER "The DeLand people are with and : All deF
........ . /mmlmN'W.11NmAI.W'N.wnNmtt> > : for Dr. Huxley and the 000 OOM : f selected frcJ
heave Jacksonville .. 7J:>D a.m ;
Palmetto' Limited.( f/Arrive Kavannahv...............ll.5fta.in and their confidence has unh'ers't"j .
.. Augusta................... .:iOp.m. I Quite a feeling exists among the .th--. help used t
h. shaken in the least in this
DAILY. Carrying through oac Charleston .............. <..s7p.niBectricLijlbted fans" at the Clarendon because -I [ --l\t; i
Room : Rchmood.......... ....: 4.: a.m. "fight noble character. with all the]
Pullman Drawing .. 11 8sblngton.............. 1'I.c.t' a.nl.Sleepers. of the attitude of the Rev. r : .
Dining Cars. Jacksonville toUtwYork. Baltimore.... ....... .1I.Hls.m. .j "At the meeting of the board o: finest Chef
Dr. Creamer .toward the "game. It
W. Pblladelpbla......... :6a.m. I
...... truatets hid: in the afternoon o.
New ... ......
.York. I 00 p.m. Is said that nothing short of a six I .
the same day the foiowing: reso'ution SummerConcede
New York and Florida Special. round go between the Rev. Dr. and < _
Dally Except No.l8P
/ ............_ was presenUd and adopted bya :.......
Luxe.Leave Jacksonville Deacon of the Issena bunch,
Inscription of this pjpulnr train d pan George Useof
*' \ ............. .. ....... $.ilp.m. unanimous: vote: F FI
This train consists of Pullman Drawing .. IPnah
. .. wfll restore the Rev. Dr. in the 1
........ .. ... ... H..5p.nt.
Boom, State Roof.SleepingDlningand, LI-, bmnnS.............. ...... 7M)a.m I 'Reeohed; that the board of trustees spending your time sweating over a
fcrwy-Obwrvatlon cars heated by steam ArJiTS5"JJ115i love and esteem in which he was
with the new Nub-speed brakes and ......_.........,"io5a'm. of the John B. Setson: university hot :...eo.iSUs
to brilliantly lighted throughout byHectrictty ".. Baltlatore. .?._....1187! a.m. held prior io the "boxing contest" fiasco stove these hot days trying to get i
_........ Linco'nHulley : : .
hertfoy to Dr.
\\it Pbllad..lpbI8 1.46 express
special lights being provided for each .. p.m. :
\ York l't"nn. R. R. which destroyed all confidencein the family ironing done on time when .
berth affording perfect In writing its sincere sympathy in this
eve ..._
or tor reading at night. \ 8ta.7th Mdst S.M p.m. him. It is said that Deacon
his hour of trial and him you can buy an i
Leave Jacksonville' ............. 1I.15a.m. George Is not particularly averse to assure
FlOndvand West Indian Limited. Arrive Savannah................. 1.20 p.m.DAILY. that it has entire confidence in the '.
** Augusta .................. any arrangement .the boys can succeed r
Carrying Through Coaches, Charleston................ f.4I1p.m.).rop.m. in making and suggests that parity of his motives and the sincerity : AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRONFOR .
[ u .............. of his iaJentions, believing
Eiectrie Lighted Pullman Drawing Room 1R1'eshingtoa........ ...... e.Mleni. : : the event be pulled off on the .beach .
Sleeping Cars Dining car8. Jacksonvilleto Baltlmorp..l0.ll2a.m, in bathing suits about Wednesday. that in all! things': done in the past he ,. .

New York. "- w.New Pblad..lphla..l York:! ........ ..:::: :l.SOp.m! ''I p.m This burst of courage on the part has alwaje been actuated by a due r. r\
regard for the rights of others and .
Coast Line Florida Mail. Jacksonville............. 7.55, p.m of the Deacon is said to be due to has conscientiously: l worked for the I ..
Arrh.eRa\"onnah..JMa.m.:! the fact that he leaves for Denver
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches Charleston........... ... z ti.lIli..Il1.aad bei interests of the university: and .
Richmond... .......... Tuesday and expects to be in Jacksonville White Helj
Electric-Light Drawing Room H H.llOp.m. for the student under his .
body ; care.
( Washington............ .II-" $3.75
iDeeping Cars. Jacksonville to J\ew York !'............... I L:llp.m.IIUmor a.ttt Wednesday. "At :the special meeting the boardof I I U
at Meal Stations. I W. Phllndelphla .... 3.4Oa.m. The I'rlnce
LcI Stops Sleeper Jacksonville to Savannah. N New york................ T.Wa.m trustees fully approved the ru'.esof : : Palm Bench Ic
discipline adopted by President. .
Best Trains to the West. DELAND CITY .
Hulley, under the g neal direction I [ Samr.R.II.Io

of the board, which are in force j [ .
NOR. I I NOS' I These are the Standard Laundry Irons and .
No. are
1'0. U. SealJa Atlantic Limited 83 '
S%and loaftomel'J Route f ,57andA5: uhe university: and the following: resolutions

I : were also adopted: ,I for sale by .

t.npm I.v........Jacksonrlll.. .....Ar R.45 pm R 15 pm Lv.. Jllek"om.ltlt>....Ar! 1.50ant IS DIVIDED I 'Reso:!H"I, that tha Loard f : :.........EiU I
'Jam Ar. Atlanta..Lvll.LSpm. ( : 8$n um Ar..Montgomery..Lv 'jIPm(
I.eo pm Ar..LOUIS1 IIIP.Lv 8.l")am 1.1O pm Ar... nlrlIIln_ hall1. ..I., 8.40 JIIII endorses his methods of :: h'll .

tI.l6pm LD6am Ar..Indlannpolle..LV R.I0aut 4.100111. 1.4Hpm I.Inani Ar.\ .......... .II : 8.2inns! the said rules! and of his I The ..
\ h\.IIIt".L\1 3.IIIIIJU Schantz Electric Ice !I T:
1.1Oam Ar..cl.'lnnlltl./; / lI..lOpm 1.4011111 ......$! II.COpm management of the student body ai.d' .
..... ,
V.laaui: Ar. .Chlc go_...... .:'.'pm .
OYERJELEY. hereby pace: on record ile: hanks tojj I .

Na H. Dixie Flyer Route No, 95). No. f'S:'! Seminole Limited0.. 113. him for so managing them that the) and Water Co. .-
discipline has been very much improved :I I i "t.

".pm Lv....Js..kson\.t1Je... Ar 7."JIam 8.40pm r.v..J8t'kson\.IlIt".Ar 1.llo'iam AS RESULT OF RECENT SUIT and further, o0.0.MO..0000000N.o.o010000000oi0o0NOMM..NOiN 111..
Ar..Waverobs..l.f "
/ pm ::::::. .:::::: 8.40pm 5.111an: : : 10.45put Yw'am: :; Ar..Wtiycros......... i ::::j: : .1.Y5am:.IMam 'Resolved that we fully: approveand '
".45pm Ar..Evansvllle..l.v 6Yiam\ endorsethe fiction taken = -
lI'lIl: byPresident
sin Ar..Blrmlngtillln..L\' 1
I .am Ar.Jblcago..l.v. II.\nJul1' 1.15"111r ......('hlcago..Lv N.I0pni 4.40 pm. OF HELEN INT FOR SLANDER. Hulley! fn the and .it'a 4 arer
'.slam Ar..St.Louls..L' H.55pm 7:'0 sat Ar..Ht. I.ouls..L\'JI.OJDl: I : measures ............................................... cI.:
; adopted and being carriedout
I'I'r .
For Rates, Pullman Reservations and 'Information Call on or Write in defending the suits! against; +

..A. W. FRITOT Division Pass. Att. W. D. STARK TrareliBj Pass Aft.JACKSONVILLE. REPORTS SAY PEOPLE ARE DIVIDED the university and against him and I I Southern ..

rj Railway ..

1 neys meets with our approval: l j .

*........*.*...*.+++.+++.++++>.++.++...>>>>.>+++<>.... TRUSTEES RAISE SALARY OF "The decision of the jury in no II,'I i NORTH, EAST AND WEST ..

STEAMER wise affects the. confidence of the! .
\ : THE PRESIDENT. board in the presides; of the university I 0 aiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaia

Cherokee I OHlOka River As a result of the suit for grander and he will; receive the support 4 == Fast Vestibule Trains Daily4

of the board even more than heretofore -!, fa (
2 against Lincoln .
FOR Dr. Hulley, pre&i- i
: I if each: is possible.: FROM .
dent of John B. Stetson uni\'t : .
: DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. I It rsty'l "The regular annual meeting of I .
by which Helen: Hunt was gi\"( the board of trustees of the university JACKSONVILLE"The ..

The largest fastest and I verdict for damages in the sum of was held and the annual re- I .
; only boat stopping at the : [ .
Z .ilo.OOO;; ) and the disclosures and ports of sate officers were received | Florida 7:40 .
cabin. tt Special" : a.
and the od: officers were: re-el"cted i U
charges made in the : the .
: for the ensuing year."The j :"The: Sout.hern' Southeastern Limited" 9:00: a. m. .
city of DeLand is said: to be divided .
First-class Lunch and Souvenir Stands with the residents of financial statement shows'I "The Florida Limited" Steam He:
at the Cabin. JW4 the county 8:05: p. m.
the instil-rticn l to Le in a flourish: : ; iag .
>..4>.444>.>>4>>.4>>.>>.4 ... seat town about equally arranged.1 "The Atlanta-Jacksonville 8:50 .
>>> .
> m.
.. > 4> >.>4>4>.4>4>4>>>>.4>..>. o;:*> faction upholding Ur. HUller and prosperous condition.: The roctlpts -. :: Special" : p. .U

_ : from endowments and front ,, i
A Secret. and denouncing the verdkt;'' of (Ii",I < .
the students amouii>;It'd to $SO.:::'t:7.; .
Mr. Thompson-Jones told me n i e- Steamers U.S.A. ircuit: court jury and the ojier; (,H'- .

xret today. Mrs. Thompson (anxious- I ion upholding) the verdk-t: and denour.ciag -J The iiK-ome for the year was ?x,17: I : Pullman' Drawing Room Sleeping Cars to Atlanta, Ashvillc, Cincinnati, I .. tli
lj)-"\Vhat was It? Mr. Thompson- ; the prcsiJeat; of the uni- in execs of the exp'rdtnres.A i .
AND Chicago Cleveland Colorado Detroit, Louisville and New York.
) The one I told you last week.: Mrs. Constitution V"( r*: y. considerable snuff h.is ben received i Springs I Palmetto

: Thompson-Oh, dear me, that Mrs. Persons from the county seat townay in donations and gii'ts. anion:! .
Jones is such a tattler! I'll never tell 'tfoe principal items of : .
which: are'
:> the feeling between the membersof .........llU
fcer anything again.-Judge. running the two factions is waxing hot $3e.l; from .1. B. Corad:: ; fl''ts.: ;:. from I

the Countess Santa Eulalia! and $: !
';'I 1 iro ===oeo L] and ing are that being friendships severed of, while years'stand all differences gymnasium.tltUI from J." II. Cuniinini-'s: for --11 I! --- - i ...........

The Attractive PALM BEACH over politics, religion: and I I City Ticket Office, 108 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida< I I.IXo. .
I j f
;. civic affairs have been forgotten In THE REGULAR MONTHLY Ii I .
Leaving the discussions: which have followed: I L. MKKK. <;. K. I'KTTIT.A.i. S
Daytona Saturdays and the rendering of the ht'averdict MEETING OF THE W. C. T. u.1 1'. .0\.. Atlanta(in. |I''i. I 1'. A.. Jacksonville .. I

i!i II North and West Tuesdays bound at South.8:00: a. m. for slander as the result of the girl The regular monthly! meeting of| L............................................ : .. Ocean Situated It hi!

Leaving Palm Beach Saturdaysand being expelled! from school.It i. the \V. C. T. U. was he\l in Social. : arc large, air
LJ said that the members of ..... vice is adm(
J South Atlantic Limited ..
Tuesdays at 9:00 hall Friday of last !
: m. he board i week. Xo busi- on applicatiI
of trustees of
the university -i :
i H Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. bound North. stand solidly back of the was transacted as the meetingwas j 1-1ne.ss --------1 .....I

A solid through train daily Prince George IktokREPUBLIC president in spite of the verdict and I the memorial of Prances B.Vil-

: II For Cincinnati & Louisville the resultant talk and .that to show 'lard's birthday. The meeting: was I I STEAMER
0 the ex-tent: of their: loyalty the men' OAN ........
well attended, I :
Through electric lighted sleepers I I bers of the board have voted Dr. : many interesting pa.1
o ttill
run tlt't"t'f'nDAYTONA
w y To Indianapolis &: Grand Rapids I Halley an Increase in salary of l,0uo, pers were read and very interetiVJig: I LENGTH 150 FEET-281 : THE
per )'ea.r.By remarks were made by same of the' r

I I ST. AUGUSTINEEarly some it is said: that Dr. Halley members and many of the visitors. !' With excellent accommodations and service, lighted by I. 1:1 Fresh milk

11 -Dixie Flyer 0o in February will never again have the confidence There was a recitation (by .Mrs- I electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passengers I .

of the people of DeLand Keech, an original i poem by Mrs. is now being operated betweenDAYTONA
Leaves Jacksonville 825
1 A solid through train daily pm. McCOY BROTHERS while by others it Is claimed the confidence kinson, also an original 'l em WH-j J UU

of the people of the county Mrs.: beech, after which the .>ta.tslie I

j For ChicagoMontgomery seat town has only been strengthened ing closed. Light "

Seminole LimitedSOLID by the result of the trial. were served and a most (- mt-'t"t-I! I and

01o In commenting on the presentation half hour wa. spent. I.. C. I ....
Route t; TRAIN day exerc se and the rocep- Srr PALM BEACH r-

Electric Lighted Throughout.? I ,
Leaves Jacksonville 8:15 pm. -- - .

Drawing room sleeper daily ,hots4ftROPO .
I Ip 'p
For Evansville & St. Louis O i! F. E : : TIME TABLE I I 0S American PI

p EFFECT JAVUARY o. 1911Wt'Tll :
0 \ Dining Cars on all trains i and Intermediate Points, through the Picturesque Halifax sand .

I Rorsl-lti.tb: : I"\\o _N"RTii ImrSI: -=H.1.1': 1 r : i Indian River Route. ....
I I For full particulars addressT. : I ......

37 i $7 I HH :13 I 21) au 34' 1)'"t N 06 I :IN ; Leave Daytona Thursdays........ .... .. ....... ... 8:00: a. m.
B. WALKER Fla. Pass. ___ _
Agent CHICAGO ST. LOUIS ---- -- - - _u __ _ i -
Leave Palm .. .. .
0' Mondays
8:00 m.
I : a.
11'1' :! I! ; .
p : lip; In :05 Jai 1tsoniIIe ,
AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. I 1.a ::1:p 5 3 ::;II I yp! III 1110 111 :...a St. Augustine ,:. ',oqr,:.1' r 7, :a'1 14')1' a" IOi"Iqr' I II I I :".rl.'1' : :r',';,"., i :e.......
/1 4'11' 3 :io : : I -.- .
; ii Louisville&NashvilleRailroad O! 1" :_:r.a: ;5irp; 4 1:1'p I, :"p UrmonJ :: 'p ::1 : y.. II I iear 1 hi"t I ;a I FOR TICKETS AND .
rr\-atton I ,
.. oInpartni nt and slwpIrtyrur l I tt'p :! 1"II I Ayr tJ8\tona :: "1' :; Lift 11 tI :; 1 .:,,' STATEROOMS 0
Irdltldmri1.stirIhht! Fr :! axl IMp I Uqr :" 4.111; 4 I, i
I < e .{ odkd\Ce\ I 1.: 1'1' I t'I' 4 I it." T ':'J : "' .. f .
UfCllnlnsiCbiilri'iir.! IMIIIIISJCar. -. 7 4t :": ":eat L: I 7 "rp :r : ".. .. ,, .
: .almHeach
Irl'1 er 1'11' : lVrr" : : r y .
Ar.1.- 'hli'iiuo.JII"I olJ\-I1I'. '. "::1", p.. m. ;0 15a :'11;& :! : '1' "'p I 1.! 5.il' \tidmi :, ;" '1 i Lsl I r Ula ; '''. ' ., .I' .. ASK: MR. FOSTERAGENT. I Well
.. 7l.i:I a m : hat
le! e
Ar.8t.1" oul
: ra.eat.
0o For-l.t>pin>: car r.-" nationandrail. I 102 BEACH ST.. DAYTONA. _
118 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE [q] This schedule is i I .
road tli-k t<.HsII. published as a matter 01 news to readers 01 A
Florida I'a .C. f'ANTWKLL.:. : I the Daily News and not OPERATED BY THE GULF COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY Homef t i
bo !] > Agt. Jacksonville ria. as an I Za
I ;
.1:1.oc I advertisement. __.._- a .

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......oit...........1 I The guests of LaVergne Mansion *+..+.....+..+.............+............+.+..+......:

; HOTEL DESPLAND .: I the were supper delightfully hour Sunday entertained!evening dur, "by ng | HOTEL CLARENDON ? -

T 1 ; NEWS OF THE HOTELS Wood's Orcihes'ra! a program of . __.
The best kinds of Daytona, Florida t great merit being: exce'lenfly.:: rendered : i -"' i' : r SEABREEZE :

larket ki FLORIDA $
: NOW OPEN i - : '" 'I'f: i :

t 1 1Z H. S. Vail ,of Portland. Me., ar- Recent arrivals at the Prospectare I : Absolutely |
Mr and Mrs John Hemm 11gwa '.
I rived recently and joned: lite mother
'.i: L. M. WAITE Owner i iS"
Manager. Southing-en. Corn, Mr ar.dJrs E D
and sister at the Gabls on Vousan'enue. : : : 4 Fireproof
IR ; 4 4t : Claxton, :Mr and :Mrs H F Brewster, 1 : :

a Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all ; De'.1"OitIicb: :Mr and Mrs J B Ph:]1 I.

any condition. ; Sides. Rooms Ensmte. Steam Heat. Every Modem ; E. A. Cass who has been shopping: ), lips, Xew York City. : . Now Open f

I :rr .
;: Convnience./ Send for Booklet. ;I at the Prcepect has returned to his I. .
"' Recent arrivals! at the Offices
LaVergneMan.5 Booking :
home in Clevehnd.Irs.: Cass will I
i CONCERTS DAILY.'summer :\ on are Mr ar.dlrs: G D Ba:n", Seabreeze Florida E. L. POTTER, President
rage. 0 remain: for the ba'an-e! of the season. Hotel
'f Char'o! X DIr:\ and :Mrs\ C E Edwards : Blackstone Chicago :
N'arrugnnsm; PUT. Rhode Inland. 1180 Broadway New York W. S. KENNEY Manager t
,, X Y C .V wife: and
.. ...N.N.NN ............................................ W .w. Walker: and wife, who Lave .
N .......... ... .
.".. .': been stepping at the Prospect, left son: Rockford, 111, Wm A Yukle, Caper : e; .....N..... ........................

........,... &' *:s,- NNl]) Saturday for iiLe' north' and will make Buig. Sanduskj. O. A H Pulfo: ....... .... ..
: ... ; .
and wife, Winnipeg, Canida:

OMPANYt! .RIDGEWOOD-l t. at\eral Hartford stops Conn.enroute to their home --- I I SSaratoga.e..o..e.1!


tSS LUMBER i ; r :Mr. and Mrs: F. Hart ,of Gfoners-

t ,, .i, E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. r vile! X. Y., are gues's' of the Gables t I C INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath No better in
and Cenent in Stock Z j AFTERNOON AND EVENING
4 Orange Are.f. ... e : hJ( .oel.Ir.: and \Iril.: Hart hate spenta I Florida. Table of the !lest of everything in season. Terms as reasonable as I
-.. the service will permit, given application. Dec. 1st to 1st. Phone 112W
f. MALBY. Manager tie ? : NOW OPEN. number of seasons' in Daytona in i | | oa Hay No.

: '; the past, but had not been here for ........t.O0....N__i.N___NNCi0N.NNr
.. t the last three years and they observe --- ---- _u____ ___ ______
: All departments will be managed by white Northern help r much change and improvement in the RECEIPTS HELPED TO SWELL I. NN....N..............N.IN......NN NN.e.:

-- selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white ciI y. :
''ttlp used throughout the house. The table will be *
i iI supplied Recent arrua's: at the Hamilton in- I II : DAA'IONA.: 'I.OUIUA. :
.with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the < ol..deJrs: S T Clock, Cri-tira C:oJv, I .. Now open; for thr third season under the llir l uuutaginentof \ H. find K.; 9 j
ar LANFproprlrtor.of HoMon! 11Jt H" miett. Is! nr.t-clas.lnrvery jMirtli ulur. Theft .
I i Waitresses ..t Bay Shore, .L. I.; :Mrs Louise Vas, The carnival at the Daytona theater : lit itr,'"ui>--"KuiH-rior tul.l.. w hlte inplo\,.... H lii 11cnlnl liunielik.e t
finest. Chefs, and obtainable, O l.tlllo"Iht'rt' IIlIti a UK'ntlon on l)m, tonjiV houl""llrd. KUI":ewcxMl: a\ -uu-. Two tenniseourts. .
:Miss Bertha Vas, Buffalo, X YJss: : . .. .
f ; Saturday afternoon: and even ; Tiirnge Hotel will tea l <>(> 11ntlr< month of April. .
E : : Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island N Y. ] C C Arnold, Toronto, Can; E J Basher I'' : Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages, Marblehead, Massachusetts.
like theaudeille cf the preceding -
'.. :...................................................t and wife Rchimond, Va; Dr W J ing, day; was largely attended anda .NSN..........................................N.tiTHE

Arnold ond wife, Miss C C Arno'd I -- -.- --- - -
I .1 Chicago: ; R M I Parker and wife, Xew fine sum realized for the Island I I ....................MM_.........................

sweating' over a : ..............1.I...../S.S1.I.I15I...ISa5........./ York. Park improvement fund. I i
lays trying to get II> p t The trades parade was repeated PROSPECT

lone on time when i : 5' THE PRINCE GEORGE :Mr\ and :Mrs.\ G. S. Brower, of on the stage and was almost if not i
tA ., . quite equal to that of Friday nsgju'-. I 109 South Ridgewood Ave. I
. e Cairo, X Y who spent last winter an I
DAYTONA, FLORIDA I the previous season in this city and The fancy table was in charge ofIes.dames 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office.

,I Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors have many friends:: here, arrived Friday J. B. Downing, I* A. Bal I Steam Heat.
r' and H. Stanley and P. J. DOYLE,
[1C IRON :. 'night and are guests of the com A. was exceedingly Proprietor. ,It

'r. Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. :Morgan\ They are later than usual weM patronized I ...0NN NN NN......NNN..........................
r The refreshment table was presided -, - ---- - -
9 ,",.f :;'i I Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. In making the less their appearance but are over by :Mrs\ Thcs H White, I ..................................................... ;
: none welcome because of .
rrf : Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. their tardy arrival. )lrs.1.:\ H. Rogers, Mrs. Asa i 1 HOTEL SENECA JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA f }

1 'ri Steam Heat Throughout Paine, Miss Jolllder:! and Mrs !i J ('ORNI,:_RJI1TVAIND OTKANHTM._" : J

., J.I White Help in Dinind Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st Among the new arrha's! at the A. E. Bryant and Mr Bryant served Ii .. ENTIRELY NEW. ..

.. : the ice cream. .

'r. The Prince George Pier Is tlie only landing In Daytona fora-t.Atgustlnrard: Baltimore :\ , The candy booth was in charge of : Albert Bennett Proprietor C.. R. Bennett, Manager ..

'. : Palm Beach boats Particulars with pleasure CiftyV B Ha kin, E F Dayton, M-SS.S: Newell, asssttd by se\eral; : A Nice ricer for Nk- IVoiilKiinnint) ; \\'at.'r. "sttnin Hint and l I'honv In Fiery: :

., '. Courtland, X Y, W WerUiem: : Atlanta other young ladies : : Room 11'hlttrte.. .. Throughout.: fi.l( Mr. Foster : } _

P 9! "{,:.: Same Management as THE BRISTOL Asbcty Park. N. J. Ga. Lewis Wins:!! + St. LOUJS: :\Mo One of the most inter-w.Jug;, exhibits ..................................................N. .u

and I ...................I.IsI.II.I.. I...I................Ii' \VV Willie, Persacola: Fla W W was that of Tom Thumb and 'his''
Irons are .J i. :\\JcKa}., Washington, D C, II Ra wife, in charge of Mrs :M.\ B. Ault ..................................:...................

.J't dusch, St Paul Minn man: and these h.:tie ptople were excellent H MANWILLER, Proprietor e
: ...I................................................. t NEW SEASIDE INN!
--- repres' ntatiors of ulie fa DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA :

Cecil Robinson, one of the prominent mows d\\"arC. J This new and select family hotel Las just been enlarged and refu:nished *

tfric Iceilway I i .d THE NEW GABLES guests; of the C'arendon, has The lemonade booth was: In chargeof for the season 1910-11 to meet the requirements of its growing patronage. j :e

j quite a reputation up in West \'irin"fa Mrs It. S. Maey: as'S't h'd, b\ : Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths Electric and Gas Lights Call Bells :

> '. .. Daytona, Fla. as a snake hunter. He has issued .; several young ladies dressed as Kebeccas + Rates $2.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application *

.., a challenge to "Uncle Joe" at the We'l.:: "Stiiiuii.i \.l.lr.s-. : III'TEI.I.11'IIEVAi.lEtt(5.: I : : .anGrocc.N.J; .
() 0 .
I rr'. ; NEW LOCATED HOUSE., EVERY CENTRALLY MOD- Speidel to hunt rattlers for a medal The Woman of a Thousand Po:k. ................................1111.................
M Mn :M\ Hifeton' w,
j wo ets of
since charge :
> "Uncle Joe" has gone in for in ----
ON............ 3t ERN CONVENIENCE. AND
.: rte. COMFORT .. .. .. col'ecting'! medals, and the result of was a great small change co"lacjor '.......+.+.+.+...++..+.+.........+.......+........++.

,the content': wa: be watched with and added nmt.h to the receipts of : ;

': ,9y a Steam Heat Throughout much irtteiect i the entertainment.. I! ;I. "The Ivy Lane Inn" | :;

One of the fines: features of the ;

: '1 S. H. MOSELEY. Late arrivals at Schmidt's hotel in. entertainment wa.; the Ups: Camp,: ;fJ +
A High Grade House catering to lie: most: particular people. Central location. J
Proprietor. elude :Mrs\ LoUie Fister, Kentucky, in charge oflrs.: G. 15. Seaman, ;
I : ? $3.00 and $4.00 da-$17.S0 and higher week. 2
' y Mr and :Mrs\ Bernard Kanch Mr and who was .herself: in gipsy costume. per per
: The \rllni-ton.Thou 'nnd Inland '
I'nrk N. Y.. during milliner. of Mrs J X Xaughten. Mr and :Mrs D Mils L.. IJlakeMee made a supurb ;i J
Open'November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor
EST .. .. 1141 I. Cameron, Winnipeg, Dr and .:Mrs\ Elliott :. queen of the gypsies and 'Cie fortune NN1............................................NNN

............i..............51...IU.I1I.ISI.I...I/. Boston, C Noble, Jacksonvile: telling was well done by :MesJamesCehfcte \ J
Mr and :Mrs\ J J Kappy. Brooklyn. I (links, H. Y. Stillman and i iI .................................................. Ig

DailyLILLE -=4 Henry G Schu'tz and Philadelphia I Crt'sse: Stanton. The scene was, a : 1
[ns I I.1....... .........1...........................1.1./ wife E H. PURDY, Prop.
I Julius Bachman and wife Mid splendid representation} of a gipsy : THE SEVILLE .
Daytona, Florida
dletovvn, 0, Geo P Hoyt, Atlanta! Ga, encampment .I

e. THE. HAMILTON :. K D :\IathiolIrs:\ K G :M\ -xthiolt MrsD The baby show, whuh was in' : GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON.

I' Gebhart, Dayton, Ohio.inon charge of :MrsVm. Uo\bj, Wt: the :. 4 Surrounded by Spacious Grounds, in the most delightful part of the City
: New and First Class : I center: of interest for manj" during :I The guests receive the best the markets afford in the dining room and every
.\ K the recent arrivals! at the the afternoon and the babies entered comfort and convenience that a well regulated hotel can offer to the public

7:40: a. m. Er:t : Hid<;e\\ood are :U G Haskell and Wl re so uni''onlll}' charming '.]mt in N........NS.N tt10N.O ................-..NN.0le .

id" 9.00: a. m. : wife Misses Edith, Helen and PhoebeHaskel addit: to the regu'ar: prizes, .ill

;: Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells : : Beverly, Mats; Miss M H were fieniuein'e of the o 'r:,,-:<'o. .....I.I.a51.......1.1.1.I.I.I.e.Iaf.I.ISI.I.1.1I.
8:05 m.
: p. :. I Sharp. Miss, II L Chambers, \\ ICI') TIle big baby show given in the t\. HpU r r1 DAY1ONA, FLA. Under new mana;eJ j

8:50: p. m. ht?: : Elegant Rooms with or without Baths : i I ill-toll, lJeJhti!; : M I Ian.:es: Mrs J | ".:tab aid .n (tharj of Mrs IJ*>\1:. - e V eve a r> ,"'tllt Centrally located ; good table :

t.r a ---- : '!'T PiiUlurd, Newark, X J; Mr ardi: Mrs. Mrs Sh;eldt. and :Mrs\ ('h.iinbeiln and rx."t"I'.r\\.l'.I.-n t \ : : 'Il'atald! W. J. SIMPSCN, Prop.
U tlctr:: ::11hh.; Rt.'a"'Iahle tatec. j
t i; )IrX Ilorar, Topeka, Kan; Join ('I Ij I : clay: truly be ;ad to hi'HTI \ : : *

;! MRS. I. M.\ MABBETTE\ Proprietor : j llo\u: .Ma'el Ii) Ho\ie. I l"idl: \ \; I a how''ng! s u(.<'<'=''. The l gab: ,.. 1..a.K..K.I.BOIIOBOI. .._ 0
Cincinnati, j --- - -
\shville, .
jta : : |: II }1)) Hiniiihn: dud \\.f.:, :.V, w, Brt-t; : ill tins fJi-I we-e: a numb of th. -- --- --
....0eM1""HNHflHMe .""NHeHSHe08HOO-'O I II
Louisville and New York. ::- i Palmetto Avenue DAYTON FLORIDASCHMIDT'S .. i.lI1. ('oiniIbert; Warthan. J M 11 I oung laden: of the city; d'd ..i: .

...' . e I'.elleat Charlton .N \; W S Ham I I J infants. They were later in Uu ivning :I THE AUSTIN '

.I.....IOI.115IhI.1.I..I...... .1..151.a ............... lin, anJ wile, Glenvi.I-: Y11"1; : ..- aut'tioaet1 of to the ,hh: ; &t | I _
MING CARS and :Mrs K W Lord, iVaton; Chas I bidders bj Frank Ca'kins : .. f l
B Clegg', Dayton, Ohio. Helen C John 1'r'ce represented the snakedtarmtr :

.... ......I.Ia......a...I.I....ISIISIS IS ISISISISISISIS Springer: Cleveland arrayed in en'ellent: i.o'- G. W. SWAN Proprietor. _
: !Cume.: This; bwth was i>:"ffiitl"d> Electric Lights and Call Bells Steam Heat Hot and Cold Water. ai
Jacksonville Florida : HOTEL I
over bj :M\ rts. F. X. Coarad '
Among rtctrt' arrivals at the 1 : tNNNN.N.N...N......N..NN.N.....ttl.N..NN..
G. R. PETTIT. &. Schmidt Proprietor, Daytona. Florida = Despland are James 0 Wjnn and The loo'Ji (containing the swe t -- --- -- --r i
Henry -
1'. A Jacksonville, Fla.NNN wife T A Calkins Atlanta I B girl graduate was in charge; of :MrE. \ '. ,
P. Chas !
? :. Situated on the bank of the Halifax River :one mile from Atlantic :: T. Conrad and Miss Jesse: C'liain. i ..N....0...N....................NfNN........N.. t .
Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms ._ Clegg, Dayton O, Mrs G A HiL's:
are large, airy, and nearly all have sunny exposure. The cuisine and service 5 I..owf'llIa.s.: : , Mr and .Jr.3 J II Rob berlin. The part were taken b\ i jt i MRS. D. J. CUMMINGS | 5K5"

: is admirable. Rates, $3.00 per day and up. Specials-ales[ (fort families : erts, :Moorestown\ X J, H D Molt several prominent young men dress! d THE PINES Proprietress. l"4
........- on application. in L'ldifS' evening stUIDf'S. Theylater t r
Perry, I K Eldndge, New York, U il
-1..........I........./Sa..IS1... II.......10.......... lain;; H Stfuart, South Orange, X J, took part in some dancing on I An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct It I t itI
the I supervision of the proprietress. tt
Mrs M I A Reeb, Miss Lauretta Reeb, stage. I t I t
The High t-chool booth was a very: 338 South Ridgewood Avenue DAYTONA FLORIDA.
Buffalo X Y. Dr T D :Miller WUliam! I

ToAN .............I.1.I.aSI.I.......a.I.I...ISI.I.I.I.ISI. II Ehlert., Thos Ackerman: Kansas creditable dis.j.laHigh school} banners : i t Same management as the New Magnolia, Asbury Park, N J. I j ,
i . and postcard of UieKhool .
113 Soutl& Avenue. < jtJS, S Feat, Mrs A C Bricker pictures '..................................................... ;
M :Ridtewood : building sale in '
were cm
\ : THE MAGNOLIA Miss Mane Brkker, Chicago IU. this 1- -- -- I ,
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: H F Hills: O-ssuimng.' X Y.11. | : I i 1 1I a

[service, lighted by i: :. 2 Fred .ilk, vegetables and fruit! OB tie place. Fnrnacetheat.( RATES: S2.CO per : ham Hood and wife, :Mrs\ C \\. The Spanish dance and s-u:OTV' I I
The Willmer The OSBORNE
hornpipe, given at Fridaj eate: ; nin-
[bin o- : day and np; $12.00 per week and ap. : Rosegraut, Xew RocluUe, X Y, Mr
passengers : ment, were repeated l in the evening I
I and Mrs F W Kinney, Chicago BH.\SI'II. 1'101' A. OSBORNE, PropRooms .
: /i '
ween ::. MRS. CELESTE HINKS. Proprietress.
I Comfortable KoomsExcellent Modern Conveniences50c '
** Only I
,, J- A 1UUO-MX contemplate
!... ......i.........1.ISISISI1I...I.....I5a.......a.15aa1 rOil Table ., 75c and $1.00 per day x(;
; .Bargain, quick sale, :22!1 acres. C I I buying a houseboat it would! pay }o l Rates Moderate $2.50 to $6.00 per week .
I'I 4" room cottage in city. Enquire Ed- I to come and look at the I tdls>n. 1 Steam Heated Rooms 11 Orange Ave k ;
and 312 'Palmetto'Ave 1
Daytona Fla
I mondson & Donnelly or Chas. Kenney I I Dunn Hro. dock, Davtoia: Fla..la.;i kiN. I s
.N/O NN........NN....NN....NN NN NN NN: -.. I -I I
: Seabreeze CS-tf ; Brown. Prop 7 it l lJ I
.CH ii? -- ....................................................* '

I ;".: U*. CITY HOTEL i ..................................................... : ...IN... x
i The HARLAN Lake Helen Fla. tIi
r DAYTONA. FLORIDA. i NEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL and COTTAGES i : : .' h.! :,t'Iful, |,nrk of t.,.,'. |pr, '. xt..n.llni duNatoth.. I.U;. -d., 'II I | ..lt.u.6. ,i ,! !\ r..n- :
I ; t .erica. PIn Always open New Ownership and Management : I i neut.; ct\ ..L.i 1 nupt.,,t i ,\.. ,!Ml... .. ..." .\ 'y..l'|i i t. hour.hk'. |"!: ..>. 1"I I IM. |I"o'l .,.b l n ntri. i it
GoodJService I-i!, ', '!.'" a.: d 1 n'.f lc"u.'n.t:, i... I..th.e.el.! l 1..oc..I".r.l N. .1' tut t:i : 1 'iix.niI -. .
E .:.:, ? Renovated and Enlarged i !th.I Indian KH-r 1I1II1t1.' II 't.'lIrIn-: or.IIIIl' Lr." .'''. I t'o-t! : : \1 I N,'IIN t. : j : 1"1 I l> t'. ,....It-) l I' I Picturesque Halifax 1.1"FfN.withtriph: too- ii l lm.h to,'njox' -.urfl'lith"l ,_:. U.1'l t ,.'." If, ', .. Ho':; *, |I..' i rolJI\! :all( !u!,p: } ..1". | r n. "I k. mill l Itp:| t,1. .,1 I, "i'"l"''''' 1.1'. ,11. rr"lli i iJ dry'n
t': |r"5: Management H. C. F. DOHM. J Uij. liiJJtnrilone rtlMn.. ,.t... Hot i tItor"IIIo'I") ',. :i" : I '. "., //I.I ..: II I 1.-1".. 1" l ,d.. ..i ilsiMr. v ,o

ate. I .. *..* +.+.+.+.+..++.+.+.+...+.+.+.+...*.*...*.*.*.*.*.* 1 1'IwIIITE\":rrcxnii: Kotiinsin.r HFL1'EXI'LrsI'I ) ;I,nod, ?F'I-lit.n, ..J'WItj:.Fe: p mi. r ,!.alt.\ n.tn.lt.';:!, :i iilt J'i rI.'." .:'.'"''"....1'..'' .',iltl I .I.HJ -,. : : ( Foster Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Abrams, Props. J !
'. \\' ur vkt; : !,t. F.-r for In'''h'i '. V,, tr.tl t ::., 'ur! ,.. '. '. I I". :, 14 .
.....8:00: a. m. . I J''flNu.r.H.tftF.v.utl.' : | ...tor .17. 1.< "I' I-.1F\\F--"I..u J : _' 1.....................111111.11..11111. 111/1111111111. (

...8:00: a. m. : ................NN.........N.NNNNNNNNSNNHOTEL -- ------- -- -- --. _------ - - - -- '--- t

i iS'rER : ..N.NNNN1.NNN.....N.................NN: NN. ........N.0....NN NN... .................. t ';

. LOOMS i i t.: : THE PALMETTO : i INDIAN RIVER i TillOAKS... 1)AVTO.NA.-.OKI1)A| ) :. f t rI i

|) .t. FLORIDA. ROCKLEDGE, FLORIDA. Hotel Indian River Co. Prop* .
tv ;; Well Known and Popular. DAYTONA. 1 .. . .... . I EU': \; .\KI> :MMMI-. l'i..". 1 1( ..I
: t Null: "I" ?M 1 with \ r\. 'mod rn i r. 'tn': I : I. ;i' ,1 lrtn I R\: I ' I :
i iee the Beautiful Halifax River. : I I'.HKl-: d!-. Ill, tlOIII Oftll... chart! "1 1.1?_ -. Tt I J- : ,.'. --.1: ; 1 I.. .y.I,. 'la', aI '..
:vYTONA.IPORTATION. ff1: Overlooking I tar ..t tli. Its.il of l tlio.,. uhn |"ir< I'l r 1.f".I'-I'! t t'I-' :" 1' II.t I:."'.'I'-, "',:an : .\ ,".',tit in!'I'h""a'h. il. \,'lIrnH"H: l: 1. I.M: .:NINi. U.HS.: : '
ii M-. ;' A. Homelike and Comfortable House. FirstlClass;;. in alllRespccts't ; . l l'.rf.t "oIInltlr\ ..4uim.| nt. -t 'in :..;,.'. \\\I'LL I'l'M" ill ..tHE. SOUS s !t'd
COMPANY i \ "ATFK for 1 lthlii|_ |.ur|<'- ', T i 1.111"f. Cna'ttt., I : f':-II.\!! i /II., i Itll': .!. ...1.| ."' < iU' I .
i CHAMBERLIN, Proprietor [ i . !i. '. '. 1'/IV'f. I\'T: "OIUf'III: I.. I.. '. 1'. tt
Motor 1111.1.
C. O. :' fi >ii-ami utu mlnnt-in tuI:1 tinii- I I'' -< MI \ 'h.' <.t n'\ tu 1 !'
    : .
    I....MM.. .............._...........N..........Nr N...... D.: L, & W. H. WOOD Managers I I ......N!!NN.O N N..NN MN.....NN........""eOM h '!

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    getting, or at Ieat, no:: heeding! tee : '
    I advice of the immoital Mr. \Ve"ler:

    SPEEDING to his sen Samuel to "Leware of the --J t -. :
    ) *MOXD is 5 miles
    lillll: CONTEMPLATES I RETURNING, vjdtlers." : "Daytona, ;
    thrfAr lie now claims that Le was rot '1 on the west % DriveS APr
    .y .serious in his: intentions and that Le i the Halifax

    AUTOISTS SAYS CALIFORNIA IS ALL RIGHT was not attached: to her, but hOe.'er ''ie. location S r
    n permits .
    BUT HE MISSES THE WATER I that may have been the widow became ...ainage and '
    i EABREEZE and DAYTONA attached to him and as he sanitation;

    .c CHAS. F. BEACH, two enterprising and DAYTONA BEAREI SCENERY OF FLORIDA-WOuTc seems to have lost in/-erest/: in the .. elevation:: Is sn-
    I progressive towns on the Halifax BEACH matter she has attached, hU property' : j and ideal for
    BURGMANTHE Peninsula are geographicallyone TRADE MOUTAINS FOR LAKES. which is a form of attachment that v nt.r homes A
    although incorporated as sepa- PHARMACY .':Ida bridge con- and try" '
    i i T
    rate municipalities. The town's par- Caud B. Heston, at one time a he does not enjoy. arts: Ormond with over that '[te IOIf "
    allel the peninsula north and south LOOK OUT AT PORT ORANGE The result is that he finds himselfthe Jrinond Beach. ('ourit"Ullcahbe .
    Dobbin ; rsidenC of Day house!
    F. and Flub 11
    REAL James property owner am
    I for a distance of from three and one- defendant in a firat-cktss breachof Many fine homes ant now ttopuu '. '" MYRON T HER]
    ESTATE II half to four miles and extend east ProprietorDAYTONA BEACH tona, when forwarding his renewal tci promise case and ha! questionable ire maintained on just lit B ncrn. III' thCT v
    from the surging seas of SPEED LIMIT LAW. Ith'-r side of the Ill{,
    and west OBSERVE ,, '
    sincewrote :
    MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything Usually 'i i:> Gazette-News: a few days : attitude towards' the widow will be: liver,most of them ..BooI"OALL IPET,
    River, the beautiful tide water Carried Class Drug In a Store First as fol'ows' ; "I think your pa given an airing ::n the near future. I I surrounded by subtropical CO that thficlcnt
    FOR stream that sets them apart from per has never failed to reach msince The parties: In the case are so flora and
    with which they have close Our Prescription DEPUTY SHERIFF DECLARES HE I I left Florida. I sold my ranch shrubbery,besides
    Daytona Department li Com- II I prominent that it is feared no courtroom ON ,
    SEABREEZEfiumopm communion by means of three piece In every WILL ARREST AND HAVE of 150 acres for $9,000 last month will hold! the vast crowd desr-: -' thrifty orange and OR WRITE TO I
    bridges,as well as a half hour ferry RespectPhone1W other citrus fruit in tho shop an
    DOllS[ service. I and may land in Daytona some ous of attending the trial, so it; will trs. MACON
    P...... 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are FINED ALL DRIVERS SPEEDING some time. California is all right,,, ,be held! in the auditorium of the Ormond has many I must have atx

    essentially summer and winter re- but. I miss the water you have in school building, on Monday evening, attractionsexcel- training has m
    sorts and are making hundreds among those BRANCHNICHOLSON Florida. If we could exchange some March' 6, under the auspices of the vnt automoblllng, sate, .,' I successfully a
    friends every year ood flatting
    son new who desire to escape the discomforting & Now the village! of Port Orange has of the mountains here for a lake or civic department of the PalmetUo mating, and many ORMONDIK
    extremes of heat and cold, and, : broken, into the law enforcement I two you have there it would be Club, for whose benefit the proceeds'' pleasant drtres.At IN ANY larger responsJ

    INVESTMENT their hotels and boarding houses grand. Let my friends know I am will be devoted. | Ormond Beach INTERESTED WAT .,.. TO THE YO
    future speeding
    and in
    t arc now receiving splendid patron- FEED AND LIVERY game still on deck and still think of Day In other words, it will be a mock, Is located the large IN PROPERTY IS' PATING A BU]
    age from the most discriminatingclass autoLsts would better have'Uielr: total Ormond, and
    COMPACT STABLEAll I tona. court trial, and it promises to be one, ORMOND OR ESSENTIA
    of tourists. eyes and ears open when driving till leaser! sister, the ORMOND : |IS
    The ocean itself, with its marvelous Orders Given through the little village: to thesouth. of the most enjoyable affairs of many Iretton Inn. The H.- Will Give BEACH Your TUAT HE BE
    Desirable beach, hard as macadam and Prompt Attention PROMISE years, as a large number of our lead- oranT occupies a Business ,
    floor,is the greatest at* A I Prompt HE CAN SEE)
    Locations in smooth as a Careful Driven ing people will participate: In the pro- KM It Ion overlook- Attention
    earth, air and sky SheriffV.. E. Johnson of I
    traction, although Familiar wlthRoads Deputy n? the Halifax,and OPPORTUNITIICOME
    any part of seem to have entered into a combi Port Orange has served notice that CASE WILL BE TRIED HERE.A ceedings.The he latter has as Its -. TO HI
    SeabreezeOffices nation to enhance its every charm. I MI future any automobile:! driver rot" committee having t'he' trial in' .utloolt the raagnlUunt - .
    The beach is the famous automobilerace E. A BRANCHReal CoL A.p.p. Newton -; beach and the TRAINED AND
    the hat engaged
    world's A eat blowing! hSs horn or exceeding charge JAS J A s. CARlEtl
    course where every Estate = '>rod Atlantic. LACKING IN
    : EvansYllle, straight-away record has been made, Beach Cottagesa speed law limit of four miles an I PROMINENT CITIZEN OF THIS the well-known lawyerlecturerof Besides' the broad, ORMOND, FLA.
    'abrt Indiana> ,Florida andS and all these records it continues tc SpecialtySEtDEN'S ,hour across any: intersection: \\'orc.ertl'r.Iass.., to attend to'the :smooth beach there ManafgctnretofPure WILL BE OF I 11
    t'ze. hold without rivalr-. ,through the main street Dun a\\ 01"1 CITY IS CHARGED WITH TRIF- details and peron.a.Crondu't n many drives for Home-Made TO HIS EMPLjCRUCIBLE
    The beach has a width of 300 to avenue of Pont Orange, will 1 be the entertainment. v-irrluges and automobiles OF
    500 feet and can be used from two LING WITH A WIDOW'S AF around Or- GUAVA JElllMARMALADES
    L. Z. BiDICK hours after until two hours before irested and taken before the criminal, Coonel! Xewton has had remarkable "nond-drives to and : TITION MUST

    CONTRACTORand high tide, thus giving! an average of DAYTONA BEACH court. I FECTIONS.Fcr succttss in conducting simi'ar' enttr-1 .hrouijh groves of TROPiCAL; AND) FIND HIMSEL
    BUILDER seven or eight hours for automobiling Dry Goods, Shoes, Port Orange residents: claim: the I tain men Is and without doubt t:.e'' -olden 1 oranges; PRESERVES HEAP.
    CcttagesaBpecIalty some part of each day. Men's Correct speeding automobiles! : have become al some time, it is alleged. one breac\> of promise trial: wit: be here: drives through trop- Special Attention to
    Estimates furnishedAll Seabreeze and Daytona Beach each U-.kl forests to $ Family OratttIOM In the
    Work Guar- have population of approximately Wear nuLance and that little attention it; of our prominent citizens has paid as elsewhere, an event long to be remembered -! : pant .T AWAIO ATI past tj
    a permanent *h ruins; drive: to
    anteed.Seabreeze.,Florida 15CO. Sanitary ordi The Across ts"aside!: from InnContractor paid to this state law by drivers more or less attention to a young with pleasure. Se;: nd\"er.l' Mi- ancient Cau**- Pun-American po ltlon-Buffa'o! :Ei- manner and m
    nances are strictly enforced, streets speeding: their cars through the main I and beautiful widow of the city for triemeut: elsewhere in tin* issue.! *IY built by slaves \\eat India EIpos1. ness have' n
    and sidewalks are well kept and part of the town. Warnings ha\t, i i of planters: of long tion-t'harleston
    Tx>ul!>lanii Purchase
    V.C.GRANTPLUMBER new streets are being opened as fast : YA9EYOR0 lepn'en without effect and the -. I "> ;o. and drives to ExposttlonSLLouis The requircl
    as the increasing population de-I A. V I deputy sheriff has now determined to I II .........................s......e.s.est.e......e.o t tI'; plantations ofijo.ntt CIENT SER
    mands. Besides hotels and boardinghouses [ for e : :f le settlers! : ,
    Water, steam and there is ample cottage acco- I MASON WORK I fo"ow! the example of Daytona, make i A Let No Innocent Man Escape at the : hose!. places are reto perativo in up
    arrebts and hate Judge Fists p'a'trthe with the Intert
    Gas FittingPhone winter visitors in of All Kinds: :9' MOUNDGROVI
    modation for I militant busin
    with fines. Great '- of Southern
    Concrete CurbingsMidewaiks speeders
    both towns. ,t.tc. .rult"and flowers.
    DAYTON A HEAOH All the attractiveness of Seabreeze DAYTONA BEACHFITZGERALD: I ---' i Ft N tnof the! most Initlng ORANGESand A quarter o

    FIARI1)APINEHURST applies to Daytona: Beach, the two THREE PERSONS FINED : Mock Court Trial i l: *!". : of these cia] training
    towns being so similarly situated. I FOR VIOLATING LAWS.In mt.Ulon-4!: la at the
    The development of Daytona Beach I : .1 h idvv-itfrs: of the essarj or even

    has been fully as phenominal as its I the. court of Mayor Titus Mon ilifat and known Grown { about to enter
    Peninsula Ilrl VltDaytona sister on the north, and each year I & day morning J Poddock was: | Under the auspices of the Civic Dept. of the PALMETTO CLUB i I Ii. .it :!olound rov". It Grove on St.Aogm-
    OATESLAWYERS e onof the Ilnestrmegrovesonthe Automobile commonly:
    Beach there is a substantial growth. The I fined: $1 and cotta for riding: a bicycle i. in the Auditorium of School Building, on O ) tine RondlDMllei'
    Modern Conveniences. sand dunes have been leveled R. Stewart of of time Sue
    RatesReasonable. great without a light. R. K: i>t'ont of Florl- North
    and handsome homes have been I was fined $1 and costs[ for ridinghis II Monday Evening March 6 f fOne J i and t U amid very 1IOTKL ORMOYD those who po
    Mrs.Proprietor W. H. Freeman built for both winter and all-year- I Dayton, Fla. bicycle on the s'jdewalk: and II.V. pretty surroundings Beed Knox am1'' determinationPRACTIC
    round occupancy. Uracey was let off by paying the Sroundrove Is on Beed CompacTlBULOWPo
    I tb' Daytona-Ilaint:
    --- -- costs on the charge of \ioatins. the i of our most respected citizens will be charged with breachof it .justlne road. 'tofflce! ] ..

    ***************************************************** vehicle ordinance. promise. Regular court rules. Startling developments. THEN TOOKSPECIAL

    /J I Promptly executed at J -- :. Ludicrous situation Local hits. An evening of refined fun. e I TI

    \ filea Gazette News Office. a automobiles Se\en passenger stored car at to reasonablerates. let and .: PRICES 35 AND 50 CENTS.-Tickets on sale at Hankins' Drug Store, .Z Finely executed trial relations
    Job ?
    I SARATOGA INN GARAGE. : March 2. Open at 730. Court called at 8. 75-77-79-81 : Printing i iWWW the scope, eve

    I ..eta x tcx.." ,................" .,...." .,.." ,.....F".! Rhone 112. tf ..................................................... this office. dustrial enter]

    __::::iii 1 ited as compa

    great corporatij

    p M ft Mt industry dei

    I man simply
    __. may be develcj'
    y today iridustnf

    Choice Port Orange River Front Property young EDGE:der that man OF SCIE he P pRATE n:

    of later ex peri


    Fronting a clear stretch of river; no marsh. Ridgewood Avenue and New Smyrna ""Yoof

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

    Improvements being made on all sides of property.



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    I 13 12 11 I: 10 1 I! 1 7 4don

    j'' Attractive terms will be made c I PRICES:

    u, to anyone bUYIng to build on Z I I Lot 1 t 200x346t $1 t 1 00.

    any These of f these I ots.will be mam- a 2: I i 1 I I I I $750 Lots for 3 both and 4 or, 79x346$400 each.'each t c just beta

    prices ; a bigger or b.

    for but Q I Lots 7 8 9 10 11 each You CANCOMMERCE
    twined thirty days, we I I 1 I
    reserve the right to raise them 79x3461 each. MOVED ACR

    5 Lot 121 !OOx3461 $350. !HEY FOUL
    after that time. o I I PUSHING, M

    I4 2 I 4 I' Lot 13 1 OOx346 1 $400 IN TERMS 0

    I AdefnLittle Adell'

    : LInd's "Echo


    [:1_I ]j I_'13 EEEI-j[ I III IJ I 13 I rnlUT3tlOuS She Is oats;

    J. her rot'e alt I

    like tn roue (
    HALIFAX RIVER the great ba It)

    sing in now::(0
    the trf'IlZletJ II,
    hilt dl,! ,eau'II (

    Address E. F. OATESJ Secretary PORT ORANGE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY Is"1 art'II"..r...'';,"..t'f'.C,

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    THE DAYTONA Page SevenlOur
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    C.II*! Advancing Nation ..................................!.................:

    i The most desirable residential !
    Sorg Plans to Drive Coach

    r)N D-ON-THE-QALiFF-j r, Demands Fine Lot t lot in the city, facing east Y
    And Four Across Continent
    i 110 ft. on Ridgewood avenue; t

    (it 5 miles j jpajtona e J __ 1 110 ft First street 396 ft.
    ; on ; Yin

    the west % "DrIye. Advanced i f ora I e length, covered with stately :

    \\ic Halifax R .0
    \ live oaks, large flowing well; ,
    Id location
    < \ :
    la permits StraightTO' ; Educational ,. water piped to different parts :

    Linage and I : of for water cemented bed
    saltation; A { grounds; ram raising ; large :

    Ion is in ), System. I. : for plants; two and a half blocks from depot and post- :
    ideal for OrmondundtrYftrt'Wdrivee : t o I.I . . office
    _>mes. Acon : >; I < : .

    dge : i: ;. - BY- ., :
    and with o\ r that new golf ., ,rt I . 1 .
    rounu Music at the : "-
    Ach. '
    kne homes IMub I) am house now stopping u 8.1D "'! t"MYRON' T. HERRICK. Former Governor EDMUND J. JAMES. President of the ,, i EDMONDSON & DONNELLY 0NN

    kalned on Just ncro sq the wavat "' of Ohio. University of illinois. '

    fi Ie t of of them the COL.:.?TON BOGIE.O. INrf.. : -, demand's E ARE COMING TO SEE I H:. ." ..;.w:".:.i,. T > .. : .....0.o.......ON...N.M00.....N.N.0.a.a..10.o.

    ; (ILl .. '." :/:"
    i-d by sub C'OYPETITION that the employer have ef- MORE AND MORE THAT <. .. '

    flora,.beildeirange and LL ON . t ficicnt, well trained labor THE WEALTH OF A NA- I M :. .... ...................... :,, e..........................

    and OR WRITE TO 'i. and in the office. He TION LIES NOT IN ITS II D want to buy :
    Iras fruit .:. in'the shop I ,4S The HANDPROPERTY r : : 0 you or
    MACONT I must have about him men whose .. 9 rent t property In :
    MiNES '
    I has many BUT IN THE DEVELOPED : ,
    I-excel- : training has made them capable of .
    : Daytona? 1 1r
    tmoblllng, T TIIORTONORMOND P 0 roccessfully assuming larger and CAPACITIES OF ITS PEOPLE. Ie'

    We have the
    SILVER BEACH I : cheapest rand
    nd manyrites. :. larger responsibilities. __
    MORE AND MORE CLEARLY r the best. '
    IF IN ANY WAY .' : 1
    I the large ) $7,500 buys one of the best residence .
    and, and s. : on Ridgewood Ave Completely : 4 4r
    enter, the 18 ESSENTIAL TO THEIR FULLEST EXTENT gtes* : to Ocean
    ORMOND BEAOH . : furnished and located on : !
    inn. The He Will Give ,' THAT HE BE SO TRAINED THAT e I
    Your ; EXCEPT BY A SYSTEMATIC r corner lot Call on
    ecu pie a Business Prompt ;,! "" CAN SEE AND GRASP THE FOR e _
    | overlook- %: 'HE CAREFULLY CONSIDERED COM- ; k. : SALE OR:.RENT r

    Ufl1x,and AttentionORMOND :.1 OPPORTUNITIES THAT WILL PREHENSIVE NATIONAL PUR .,....,....."." .. .r : : M. L. Waggoner :

    magnt ; <. : BINGUAM I I & TUOMPSON.s.i ir
    Ich and the : TRAINED AND INACCURATE AND NATIONAL POLICY. '" ':'; <.; : Office People's State Bank :
    atlcc , LACKING IN EFFICIENCY, HE with the ": .>.': .' \ .......11.t.I...I.1. ...I.. .................1.....1..
    Compared possibilitiesfor :":' < < - --- ----- - -- ---- -- I
    the broad, FLA.Manufgctnrer j :.. .. WILL BE'OF INDIFFERENT VALUE : I '
    ,1 I
    'AC.'h there of the de\elopment of national '
    drives for Pore Home-Made TO HIS ; i ' A h '
    I, in the INCREASED : V".1 WiYiVYCOIAPATOS 1
    wealth which lie rrr

    round vcstoandgroves Or- GUAVA MARMALADES JEW AND i.', MUST SOONER OR LATER KNOWLEDGE I:::;:. r.;'::'::',< :: : 'I" '. ;; l mrTITi1AND


    ranges; PRESERVES f -HEAP. the saving effected by ; : ,
    jughtropf / I Sp cl" Attention to :: F : I II.
    i to Apondrives Family Orders. ; 'in the past twenty-five years the a so called conservation of natural .. ...... 1 v.. ,.. .,, I a

    [.nt Cause-to Pun-American po IOMUT 1 AWA D EcQitionBntfa'o ATI- manner and method of doing business resources becomes a mere baga- :::.: \":..:: '-Ii ;.., .. '. \ INSURANCE CO. I.

    stores West> India Ex :.
    by posi have materially changed. '." i ,
    |rs of long ttonCharleetonLouisiana Purchase of EFFI- telle.The :."::': "'.:. '\
    drives to Exposition: ,Pot.I.oUI, : The requirements United States has had greatprogress CONRAD BLOCK'PHONE 128

    katlons of t k CENT SERVICE are now im-
    but far from having "
    we are
    |4 settlers f?;,
    ,. Photo Copyright bj American Press A soclatlon.P. .
    yes are re- in to date successful I
    t perative up reached the goal.

    i thelnterlouthern- MOUNDGROVf |. militant business.t There is not another civilized .\tI4: A :OItH( an amateur& whip of rmiMderalile prominence. f Is:, planning We beg to offer the following
    >t to drive a tiIich.nd four from Nework to San I'ramiMo& He

    fie: flowers.most In- ORANGESand A quarter of a century ago special country that can show so large n hopes toon'r the :tOOl tulles at the rate of fifty to eighty! uiiirt a from our list of

    of these &' trainingessary was not thought nec- number of children absolutely beyond I lnthough;; he mluiits that he will make unit"It slower i'tl' in the
    liu Is at there Rocky mountain! Mr For:;. who defeated Alfred (n.J inderhilt: iu a teu mile
    Grapefruit or even desirable for those the reach of what be property;
    by 'lllu( last fall has shown leinarkable
    of the i may ('Oa< :: rate : .le\eine!'- III choosing;; horses!

    nd known Best Grown i about to enter business; education any stretch of courtesy called a for road work and he says; O; he does not expect( much ' in liiidins;; the
    I grove." It Grove on St.Aufftu- animals tint: he will use on the tr.itiMoiilincnt.il tiiji; He says; it will he necessary -
    the finest tine Automobile *-_ commonly was considered n waste good elementary school as we havein No. 124-$4,800'' will buy furnished
    to use western horses; in the west as eastern an:mils would be unable
    loves t of" on FJorl-the Road North 10 Miles of J' f:. of time. Success came easily to the black regions of tho southor to stand the huh; altitude of the mountains :Mr Son:: will hate a special( : house on Volusia avenue, four bed'w

    amid vpryroundlngl HOTEL ORMOXD !i those who possessed imagination, in the mountain regions of our I, train to come.v the horses that he will UH' and the ti.im: will be dropptd t room and bath, five rooms on first ,.,
    I along the road at points they will be needed He pjptsts: to make about floor.
    live Is on Deed Knox find ;' p determination and industry. Appalachian territory.As twelve changes: ;: a day .tnd as he will start with "'t'\"t'nty.tin horses this will
    loniHalatId Beed Compan l ; I him than Hie In The train will also No. 10?-$1,300, five room furnishd 4
    ,_ PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE give more twentj- resene special mm
    to the second of
    BULOW PoatoIIce'Printing I IP part our house, one acre of land, Holly Hill,
    road. a car fitted up as a blacksmith shop for shoeing the horses and for rrpUriii,:.
    r'. THEN TOOK TIIE PLACE; OF comprehensive system of national I the coach An extra conch will also be carried to be used If the other Is fruit tree..

    ', SPECIAL TRAINING. Industrial the t'nUrt'II'ut out of commission, through accident. Mr Sorg expects to start
    education-namely, opportu- No. 119-7 acres land, 300 orange,
    fn'ir New York on April 1.
    Finely executed 'relations were simple, and nities for the DISCOVERY OF ; ,, peach and persimmon trees, 6 room
    - -- --

    P at the: scope, even of the great industrial THE :MANY FORMS[ OF TALENT -i t Gold Shod Mules.Nero's Red F nnel Currency.A -I I dwelling, $2,000.No. .

    this office enterprises, was very limited AND ABILITY IN THE wife bad her mules shod with Scotch missionarj to a group of 103-$3000, five acre bearing

    golden shoes. email inlands in the south Pacific: a grove, South Ridgewood.No. .
    *. with that of the
    as compared CHILDREN are in many respects great many years ago found bits of

    great corporations of today. Then behind some of the other New Zealand. red flannel circulating as nionej This, 105-$7,500, new house on

    tW W / industry demanded of a youngman advanced nations. I New* Zealand has been called by Its currency' tame to them in a (curious Ridgewood avenue.
    /> Inhabitants the "Fortunate. Isles the
    manner The body of a shipwreckedsailor :. : : No. 106-$1,200, two large, deep
    simply those qualities that When it comes to the third I"Star of the South" and the """onder.
    had drifted ashore, and to the lots on South Ridgewood.No. .
    niay be developed by experience; point, that of offering facilities for land of the I'acifc" I
    ,.,. I __ __ untutored savages who had never before
    today industry demafcJs that the the TRAINING OF THESE I I seen clothing of any kind, his red 120-4 acres land, 100 orange
    The Bodleian
    .. Library. flannel shirt was an object of wonder trees, truck land, 5 room cottage, ,
    ACCURATE ABILITIES during and after the I' The famous Bll lf.I:1II U'' .vary of Or-
    and admiration Itj com/ion consent: $1,000.
    ford, England f ?led by Sir
    : SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE school life of the child, so that they cut the gariiKiit into snail: pieces! '
    Thomas Itodley in 1 ir.l H and opened in the! No. 107-$2,200: five room cottage
    rty OF PRINCIPLES in order they may be utilized in the indus 'I IGCC:!, It I Is o|>en to (the public and which of the thl.IIC'I'ftrth inland became currency Daytona and Cypress streets, largelot.

    that he may make the most tries, we have thus far done practically claims to i Nests a t"1'I'J' of every book: sus
    j' published' in Lngl; laud. In l 4 i.s it contain
    of later experience. nothing. I *-d ",:"VMKMiolume) -. In 1VOIJ'iOOO) Toothless Beauties. No. 103-$1,500, small bungalow,
    '' volumes, and nt the present its voluun In !some Southmeritan, tribes tLcwolaen .> I West Magnolia, lot 50x150, almost 1. .
    .1' dntw tbfr 'iit teeth t MffUiiu'4
    '>> tucnd :""1.111"1.1 '" new.
    I as an ..rna i.ui; 'at the L',ip thus \nJ\ '!. : -)=-j-

    t t M No. 110-$2000. truck farm, 7'2' L
    Aerial Teetotalism.
    "You Can Write History acres cleared, 2 acres tiled, house
    : I Ki:: <*fe [H rsoa i> l Iura with ( 'ie i.4'-- "Come( up in lay toplane t i _
    I'es.iu1),. whi< h. ut\alue! all h.s; (It tars ":\0. thanks; 1 I'm afraid of taking a : and bam. p

    ; 1 -his last! Ilrt'athfark: Tw,un. (dioj too much,"-Jud 'c. ,.
    of World In Terms
    ca' No ir S9C03, one cf the test

    t tCommerce. I ._-- -- homes on Ridgewcod, furnished, large qa' 1 ,r i Lse

    ,. lot, garage. '
    of it's New Book :r .
    a No. 116-$2OCO will buy a nice

    rI it's Souvenir Novelty home; five rooms and bath; hot w' !
    It-I a
    I By Dr. NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER. President of Columbia UniversityAdelina I
    : i and cold carter; electric lights; corner -
    it's something in Stationery and Engraving
    ITIIOUT civilization would l have no commerce lot.

    ctE but it is also true that WITHOUT I f "
    No. 123-A bargain at $3,600, Pal
    EJ metto avenue, 3 bedrooms, bath, completely + +

    r CIVILIZATION, for a man has to be able to live furnished, good condition. 1
    Houses exactly alike in row ; ;
    sipne .
    : which \'iJi. I
    to'havo time for the things ue measure c
    valued at $6,500.
    za ion by. I have no patience with the man who ,
    A. 25 acres!: near city limits; 15
    OX A LOWER GRADE than those }
    puts commerce j I acres fenced and in cultivation; 6- rN.
    other things which we call civilization, and] I say 45-49 W. Bay St., JacksonvilleAND II room house and barns, $2,000.B. .

    $JtJOO.x346each. that every one of us is engaged in advancing it. I Lot on Ridgewood in Holly t 4 "I

    Xo one need be ashamed of the stone he car Hill, 150x309, $500.C. N
    mP yjes into the structure we call civilization -
    to great '
    : put SATISFACTORILY. 15-acre hammock grove; trees

    just because it's put in the cellar or because some one else carrie seven years old and in full bearing; -=.. { F1" r
    00 each.
    trigger or better stone or more beautiful stone.YOU r near railroad west of Kingston, $3,000 i .

    |0, J JJ J each CAN WRITE THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD IN TERMS OF We are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin D. PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL-tr tuI y,


    SHOW PROFIT OF OVER $2,500 j1))


    $400. TERMS OF COMMERCE. $1,000 ON EASY TERMS. ll
    1 t '

    Patti In 1852. I ..................... .... I: E. Small cottage on corner lot on f 1 1I .
    Little Adelina Patti sang: Jenny ...................N................................ 1 : t' Ridgewood; lot 100x150; fruit trees, ; 1 I

    Llnd'e "Echo" Song" and "An, NonGlanae The New Excursion Steamer :: : well, $800 on easy terms. :; I at I [ .
    ! :
    13 She is only nine years old. but herCaltiration TO THE PICTURESQUE TOMOKA CABIN .. S
    : ;till -, Ii
    Is quite remarkable, and I We have some very attractive river f front property = .
    het Tolce, although childlike : i = jjF r
    ;: pleasantly '
    :1 EXCU RSIONS.Vnl 7r that be sold reasonable terms = '
    in tone is W't't1111 easily: : till i- DAILY in Port Orange can on i I
    the :7r: 1:1-: 1 I r,
    great ball. It is a pity she i IN: to I --- ;.. and at low prices -: .
    ah1g, In a I Hlllr"tnl'{ : on U, ml :pirate T"ll"t 1 t- for I I.u.!I'a!..1 <'t' i.tl" n..'n \'"th : :
    She will lv tunbv P.
    : Llf'l.lmt
    .:tal1t t I t""ILt' l 1\11' : : I. u
    wefrenzletl : e iJpalarTr,,'- llf SI 00 the Round Tnp Jl : M l
    desire of :appl.iu-e.'i' which I! : AII )Ittkru r.Huit'nct't,! the - -- - - ..A I l

    'ill 1 DeTer do much see to a ruin{prcxlipj her :is of, an this arti-t, kind ,'' $ u _- - ---- --- - DAILY TIME SCHEDULE .. : 5 We have a general insurance agency and ieStu ; i, 1TM.'i.i( \ *\

    Leaves Peninsula Brid.-e S. &Lr..7.? !*00 a n.
    PANY[ who Is really interesting :as little 1':1:itn | i 1.:1\- Pnm* < ;,...r\:<> Dock Daytona ':W a. in. : ( 'jo : as t
    s ; almost
    Without BrideUaytoua.l> :' ::>.>511. m Leaxt-Ormond IJridg', Om.IILli.: J :ilenoLe !: can insure against everything except R, I '
    rt'D1Null\'riu;; the jouns I : ::Mal: I Ueturn: to I'rlUl'e Geore: Dx'k Daytona 3:30: p. m ::::11II Ra I
    Mozart .
    and that whom the god, lure --- --- -- ------ --- -- - -- frost and taxes. 4

    rott die Young or grow old. faded and for- 'I t. -CHAS.-----F. -BURGMAN- - - ,--Owner n.:1tl: ::! ::.:i : ;; iPit.I.k: SEABREEZE, FLA. t >* ,, I .

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    . JOHNSON liThe Bike Man," says: "Bike Lamps are" PHONE 142-2 R INGS. i s 4 THE

    Page EIh. GENE Decessary .Her aitlat. Iltne a few left at reduced price. :tF 4 Gent

    ((1...........11............: 'tNIN...0..0..troth-t1141..tll4..eeNlM-t.O4r..t10.itll........_' -++ Wedn.
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    I ,
    o : : Please Obey the : : BARNESTHE. :. I I t + + +

    Trunks ! Trunks f New Ordinance -: -:. NOVELTY MAN. :.. I I Ready-Made DRESSES li ) f.

    : ->
    r HHN! Htntlon and school Kui>p1l< . 1
    : ===---._ =-..::: c.. ____ = --....= =::--- .. . Phonograph| %, C'nt.'k"Q'Hfwlni;. Ulas-twap', Sixth SjRE
    a- .. Cutli-ry.Notions. KUblnij TacliliTo>-> and i We have just opened up our new line of r '

    r j We are showing the best and largest! line of TRUNKS. BAGS Sheppard's Nanticoke Tomato .

    J : SUIT CASES. TELESCOPES STRAPS AND NAME TAGS in the :. :. Ordinance by the seems Mayor.to have If his been honor ignored .: : BARNES : I '' Ready-to-Wear Dresses. f

    city. All new goods this season. Our success in closing out our will \\111' nlio frain*> your Picture, tti '
    ::; : : does not care to enforce we : S Ijunps and r'lIIhr..IIII'4. liarjn : If you are I looking, for a bargain' see our ..,;..Japanese, Hilk KI mono.
    : entire line each season assures us our goods are O. K.: and our : a be compelled to ask the assistance . your your Maws: ami oth"'rTool"a adraIrI I

    :o: prices right. Buy from us and get the best for the money. a of the Marshal. U :: almost" .thlnl; that I N out of whackIn :
    . fact for any want call on .

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    -- .
    -- E. Gardiner w
    : : SUPP[ ARD'S GROCERY[ : : BARNES o I. The Chas., Co. :

    : I
    Co. : THE NOVELTY MAN ;.
    I! The Peck Hendricks : : West End of Central Bridge : So Mouth K-uch Htroet Daytona; Kla. Ui.

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    i. OUR WHOLE TIME IS J Ii : mm PRODUCE mi l fr

    Crystal Theatre i DEVOTEDITO j I Ii a.. =--H.--i .., l r

    i e vFs nsemenB i Bicycles ]i iI ::.. All etables Kinds of and Fresh Fruit Veg..I$..'',1'i J !

    i : Poultry and Eggs a 3 $;

    I ": ACC
    With a complete shop and compe- : Specialty. j.

    i tent help we can do the most .
    NEW satisfactory work. I : Phone Orders Promptly Fillet;' : 'JH J
    a .' WORK Tl

    9 I, ON l i!Ii: J. W. Ball & Son 3; r'i r't BY T

    High-Class i Cpposite the Yacht Club I .S No. 237 North Beach St. 'Pbose5s -t-

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    At tube

    \ A-724 Motion Pictures LONDON LOSING ITS FOG. w. M. SHAFFNER I' new ordii

    { city coup

    Abatement of Smoke and Increased Real Estate andFire city numb
    Warmth Said to Be Responsible. t inauguratsystem ,

    Statistics covering t Wf'nty.sennrears Insurance ,, a
    ! GRAND CONCERT have been published Londorto differ fro

    prove that the great:\ municipality l Is
    ( 122 South Beach Street the work i
    TONIGHT.at slowly but surely emerging from the
    and the
    fog. Years ago London used to wallow
    .. property
    In fog; for weeks: at n time. Th
    8:15 P. M.
    Ths i h
    that Improvement
    statistician shows by figures
    In that respect has been takwi by

    Miss Adele Smith, Dramatic Soprano Open Daily at 2:30: steady for close upon thirty :years.: last meet

    The period of observation has boor appoLaUdhave
    Mr. F. E. Sheppard; Tenor I
    confined to three winter months and I the

    r Mr. Thos. W. Lane, Primo Baritone \EW'" SIIO'"EI1..:'\:'' HOUR the entire twenty-seven years dividedinto In regarci

    nine year periods. During the report1!

    Miss Mabel Haskett and Miss Ethel Anderson. winters in the first nine years begin- mitteehi I
    In 1S83. there was an average ol
    Soloists ar Accompanists Hot baths Hooper's. Barber Shop.Ref' : FIVE BURN TO DEATH; Ing more than twenty-nine foggy days CHILDREN'S EYES B. Foster!

    -- I II HOME DESTROYED BY FIRE and about fifty-five hours of bright Cannot be too carefully safeguard tee, wasstated
    25 and 50 Cents
    Scats Sale at Hankins' I and fam'ly departed th.
    on E. Sedweek sunshine. In the second nine rear for lhave but pair' to last.
    they one
    ONEIDA Pa. Feb. mem
    ----- : Sed- of trade.
    I this: morning forIr. period the foggy days: numbered tW'pn'ty indicationsof
    March 2nd week's new field: of service at San hers of the family of Gabriel Caro-. and the sunny hours seventy. The a lifetime. K there are chlld'i Previoul
    ZANONI---Thursday Night anything wrong with your
    death today,,
    burned to
    California.Dr. sky were third nine year period which ended asked thjpresent
    and I will fit
    him her
    Vaudeville. Friday Night March 3rd I when their home was entirely destroyed with 1910. showed ten days of fog and eyes bring or (j
    Ray's -- ,
    Johnny correct the
    ) with Glasses to
    t I J. C Herman. Osteopath 20 by fire. 1 1I ninety-three hours of sunshine. them numbering
    1I I trouble. If medical treatment Is nee
    I Vohisil Ave., Daytona Phone 40. tf I British: weather sharps account for new onepovate

    rtx ..- I ROBIN NOW ON TRIAL;' I i iI the Improvement In different ways.. essary I will tell you :o. 1 ... th{

    I Miss Julia Stewart returned Sate BANK WRECKING CHARGE. One man says that the increased' dryness shall be .
    urday evening from Ocaila: where i of the city's atmosphere due to Dr. Neville H. Clark ent
    I NEW Yo"RK. Feb. 27:! -Joseph and ordinj
    the greater area of warm
    ; PRODUCERS WANTEDWe she has been vis'Iing relatives! and Robin charged with wrecking three chimneys dissipates the fog; another Optometrist owners n{
    for month or more. II III
    friends a
    -iA I New York banks was placed on trial : believes that the increase In the
    I in the criminal branch of the supreme strength of the winds has much to do Look for the Sign of the EYE.UEBHiNK no prij
    We like scarf left on the fancy table !
    tohelp A fancy
    want men to deposit with us are producers. I defense with blowing the fog away Others may beLouses
    men of that calibre. Every man consumes something and if at the theater Saturday evening can court today. that the attending the effort -
    he is not a producer someone has to bear his burden. Prudent men be found at I Uie Dtsplaijd' : hotel.! i iI iI tried: to block the trial:. on the plea say to abate success the smoke nuisance baa c;
    who are producing more than they can consume will find our Savings I of insanity but the court overruledLiu ally or ye i
    hID for their It works resulted In driving the fog from the Aldermat
    excellent receptacle surplus. I
    Department an I Mrs. B.1.. Treuipfr and mother, motion. : city
    while waitPEOPLE'S the ne
    you of Kingston, N. Y., have 1e3Vic.
    cil he w.
    Bloomfield's bUJ1g'.J.'ow on South
    1111 $ STATE BANK Ridgewood avenue aid: :Mr. B'oom- ---
    - -- - -
    ''I ALBANY VOTING. that houthe |
    field and family wDl leave tomorrowfor
    Manufacturers Have Recipes to Torn
    FLORIDA. city
    liJifi DAYTONA Winchester Ky.. Mr.: Uloomfied: ALBANY N. Y., Feb. 27-Though Pungent Odor. We are carrying a completeline tematicalHance

    being called north by business. several Sht"lard"otes were changedin I of Green Groceries including -
    I' I.KIjAND.:" I Ou+ht-r, :M. K.: t'A ItTR:It : To overcome or modify the pungent wi I
    l'n'IIIt'ut t H. the voting today 1 because of Ohe'
    ( Ytce-1're+tdrntai.. B. HKAMAN.: : WAfMiONKK.: odor of tobacco manufacturers of the : withoutAJdern 4
    FOR SALE-Cheap. :Maxwell tour- withdrawal of Shepard as a candidate weed heat It with flavors The Tharmaceutlcal -
    1ll -- ing car, nearly new in first class con the result of the 3.;;tli! senatorial bal I Journal recently printed the

    -- - -- d tion. Must be sold at once owner lot:1...<; practically unchanged. Kee-' formula of several compounds which It Golden Wax Beans notice at
    i i iRac7 going north. P. O. Box 573. T5-tf I III nan's friends are now booming him said were in popular use In tobacco night
    will Orin
    and are hopeful. establishments to give added fragranceto Green Beans
    .1!. Bemis. manager of the RoyalPoinciana the weed. Here they are: for a fr

    i says of Zanoni: "At the .Phone 2S will call for your clean First-Cascartlla, 4; liquid extract ol' ley sY..h'A

    : I LOCALS!Y\w PERSONALS request of our guests: Zanoni was I ing and pre ni'llg. tf BURNETT. valerian 4; Tonquln bean, 1; rum. 12;:: I CucumbersCauliflower 1'1.

    . obliged to repeat his demonstrations macerate for three or four days. from thing
    , Second.-Tincture of cascarilla 48;; that
    :; several times in the ball room and "The OTeek."
    Un l t4 .P : iccLJ1 of 32 tincture
    Tonquln beans.
    44 # ;
    ; I on each occasion: he was greeted with The late Prince Francis of Teck was i the fire
    of tolu orris and valerian of each 16;: Tomatoes t
    If :Miss Florence: ) healing will call at" Remember we keep everything Ic enthusiastic audiences. All showed known In royal circles as The O'Teck. the way|
    oil of nutmegs 4; oil of cloves. 2; o'l:;
    the Daily News office before tomorrow -I ladies' and gent's wearing apparel their' appreciation and declared the The story goes that when Prince of rhodium 1. thang'SWlllK

    i night; she will: be prsente| w; fi at the Bee Hive North Beach St. 37t demOl16trd LICr.fI; extremely: interestingand Francis was making his arrangements Tbree.-Cascarilla. 2; valerian rhizome ) PeppersThey 0
    Crystal theater. I highly entertaining. He is certainly for hunting In Ireland he wrote to a tern of
    two tickets to the I --- --- : 1; Tonquln bean 2; orris rhl!
    Mrs. I. T. :Moore, a guest of the I a great attraction." ,;;)-.ttI forage dealer In County Meath with zome. 1; alcohol (CO per cent), 40: Fresh. ('ODllllunstrt.tot J
    Gridd'e cakes and coffee served reference to the necessary supplies are Always
    macerate: for seven days.
    Gables with friends in this
    many I for his stud. cre
    ,' In St. :Mary's Guid: hall Tuesday, *LOST, -Diamond cluster pin at \
    Dr. Bohannon's
    removed to
    p The
    the -
    man was -
    greatly puzzled
    - -
    r Feb. 28. for benefit of Sunday school. Armory or between Seville hotel and I from G'
    luispital afternoon under who burns the midnight oil
    ; Saturday signature and at length, after anxious The man !
    75-lt;) Armory. Heturn to Sevi'le! for revvaid. Hay rise to heights of fame. city eon
    ; I II the direction of Dr. J. E. Rawlings; 11 consideration addressed his reply to i :
    ,:rt: But the man who sells; that midnight oi ck-ai al I
    I : 1 'xt"t'tn'sd.l being Ash Wednesday her attending physician.: rS. :Mooreis Francis: O'Teck, Esquire.LondonGraphic. ; Still gets there Just the same.
    ( ) The
    i threatened wi.1i: pneumonia resulting I : : -Puck. DAYTONAE co
    'l there will be sen-ice and sermon '. :Mrs. E. :Meistr.:: who Lae bet:21 I CO. the muA. >
    from tl. There
    a severe ro
    "' church at 10:20:: a., ------- -
    at ftt. MaryV spending the winter with her aunt I '-or.,
    was little change in her ('ondl1ionthL Her Auto Duster.
    nt.; Thmsday. 110'y Communion! at9CO I :Mrs. J. :M. Chaffer and famiy: at JOHNSON Mir, \
    Mrs. Kean wasn't |R. D. pout.
    satisfiedwith ]
    morning. :\Ir.Ioore: said I exactly: : ,
    :; ; Friday IJtany 1! at :t:30.::: Kingston depall* d this mom ing on her new maid.: be allp'
    though she seemed sli-sliTy; better.
    I I.W.XTEDt :
    her return to Paragoud! Ark. Her I "Don't you ever use your duster .L ; a mem! i
    f< once white toy mother Mrs. D. C. Keunard. remains Pauline?" she sternly Inquired.] gM pouitm:
    Live and
    r }a for waiter. Apply at the Ausiin: between There are ten hogs in the Or- with :Mrs. Chaffer. :Mr. Chaffer was I i //lOh yes ma'am." replied Pauline absently Long :\hSp

    10 and 11 a. m. 7 4-2t mond pound. Owner can have same at home over Sunday to bid; Mrs. ; "I always use It when my the ton

    I by paying charges and proving prop- Meiser farewell. He was accompanied chauffeur beau takes me riding!"-Cincinnati : Don't YouDare A f\x:\

    r Mrs. C. B. :Morgan, soprano of erty. Wm. F.G.X.layor.: from Osteen by lis:: friend Oscar Enquirer.: i chargeeu

    I" the Trinity church at Anbury I'ark ----- Oswald wJio went from ths city I' Die Happy. IBuy I oy

    ; N". J., sang; the offertory so'O at the I Amy Jackson, colored died iu :Midway to New Smyrna.WANTED Proof of Her Ability. tuiUeerad
    i :
    The One-I can't understand
    why Go
    Sundaymorning .
    First Congregational: church Saturday night and the body I Mi
    I .
    ht'arersI you imagine/ she has wonderful conversational
    p ;: and delighted all will be shipped : powers when as a matter
    wjrfl her charming \aiel'. morning for interment at private family; permanent position: : if I
    ; of fact, she talks extremely little. ,
    i II II.f'OR that 1 place. She was 4: years of age. satisfactory; will (take north; wages I' The Other-That's Just it She shows Royal Scarlet Can
    RENT-Barber shop. unfurnished 'I in
    +i $5.00;; a week; good references re remarkable discretion In the selectionof I

    j Orange avenue near Beach I buy a finished Beach quired. P. O. Box 267, Daytona. 75-2t;) :: I things to be left unsaid.-Chicago goods the finest food

    street. Conrad-Dullard Co. 63-6t: eod S 5 5 0 0 street residence: 8 rooms I News.

    I and bath modern improveoeats Dr. S. M. Long arrived Sunday products in the world

    The seeds from the civic department : lot 50 by about 290 feet. Ad. from St. Marye, Ga., and will: open I Wher H. Got Cold. BATHINGWithout

    of the Palmetto Club have been i ress A. B.. care Daily News. (this denitol office In; the.n:"\\, building I. 'I'east-\nd was be cool in the hour I The stock is new and a We'
    of danger Crimsonbeak Well his!
    t distributed: to tie public schcols by I adjoining the new Merchant's l bank { of
    feet were:-Yonken* Statesman.
    i of :Misses : i clean, and our prices
    J!' the .committee, composed building next Wednesday, :March 1. I a

    )' Newell and Rhodes, working under ''WhenThirsty Dr. Long an experieuVd dentist and I............tssaa......... are fight Call and I you
    Mr l ;. Wilder as chairman. Prizesrill personal friend of E/ S\Hall, of this get and

    be awarded at the flower: show city decided a levy'weeks since: 'to I 1 Beautiful I I prices on case lots. I II GuardOnly nail
    Co be hold hll.lt.-r.
    i make Daytona hit: Home atxl has only
    __ d Home Sites
    been awaiting the arrival of his: apparatus -
    i *Concerning; Zanoui, who comesiiere : 'Thl
    t Thursday night. Anderson & office and. furnishings: to open[ an I Itii-inlnii; ti->'Hii' ,.-athIil'rand II
    ti Price managers of the :Mt. Washington Jnt- riot lot*, for sal I.- I II

    "' hotel at Bretton Woods, say:l rifiip.'' half milUlow South\ -- HAN
    'l i I Stop at CABINET RESIGNS: I !lirld;:'- on IVnlntula Irtv.A'Iilr .-. I \
    ; "Zanoui was the topic among I ...* I', n. HOT 1-:; urir. I Lyman Grocery :
    I '1 our guests. Ills demonstrations invariably FORMED LAST OCTOBER. .... M. I'olil.inon. t.'ii-! pr. lUI C H. \Vh
    I IvIT ,. FOSTER
    I : prove asocial success: and YOUNG'SFountain PARIS Feb.The cabinet: or- I : THE I

    l, h we have: no hesitancy ia saying. Sjlm ganized by Pr,-mi'.r Br uid: L.-t 1 N" e WILL PAY YOU TO IN. Every Day is BargainiDay]} Ii IiI
    I he is always a fai'on'e! with our I tj)
    i Soda Here. '111
    Jt guests." +member resigned :Uiu. afte! -n.s !I' I VESTIGATE. I at tort the 11&11!

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