Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00228
 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 28, 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: VID00228
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
alephbibnum - 002072230
lccn - sn 93063916

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IESSES "rtt ':'I tr:a Published Every Evening Except Sunday Di1rlng December. January, February and March at the Prettiest inter Resort in Florida. ++ + + y + t d' f + t f 1 t f f 4.

ir new line of ., E: 'Sixth Season-No.. 76 DAYTONA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY FEBRUARY 28, 1911 15 Cents per Week ..

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Japanese Milk Kimono f., ; H. WRIGHT :: :: DQ. 608tyY0S'S A dOSPlidl and StNI1lQICiI RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies, Stationery and Havana Smokers

.,a : PaintingPaper list Ave..lle. 0.-._. 1-.la. PRICES Books
y WALLACES'W. Twentr-Mx l largr, niry rooms newly Only first quality well cured tobacco -

:. J Decorating Hanging allbopltah'onnmlt'nct'I furnlsbrd and fltt.-U tbroUlhouwith!. Thorough' II Imposition Let Vi! B to> Tn'ut Jewelers.You Right.! GEO. H. CLARK I used
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1 .>r Phone 181 C.C. HAN ON.M.D. L. H. ROWE & CO. and Periodicals Daytona, Florida.

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[ of Fresh Veg- : .

tables and Fruit -r SUGGESTION OF THE MAYORIIf. The street committee reported) ifcal I

[oultry and Eggs .e: y figures on moving the city jail from little better INTEREST FILLieUSTER GOES 19 HOURS;
than AT
a t' Its present location: to the ci'jy property the best.GRUBERMORRISHARDWARE A T TI
Specialty. ,' across the railroad track had IORIMER
been obtained and that the cost of
|e Orders Promptly Filled. : ,r"i" moving would be about $T.:; No ac' _. 1
was taken but the diseuss'jonwhich CO. AFTER ALL NIGHT SESSION UP-

.. THE CIT/ AND EXPENSE followed ,the report showed
r. Ball & Son the opinion of the aldermen to be "11 Too Don't Trade With Us We Both Lose Money." I PER HOUSE TAKES RECESS AT

37 North Beach St. 'Phone 55 Ijf CHARGED UP TO THE PROPERTY that the present jail should! be torn I 8 O'CLOCK THIS MORNING TO I"

down and the material used in bui.d'log !
...1...IsIs..a.iei OWNERS. .
a new jail. 11 O'CLOCK.WASHIXGTOX.. !
At the! suggestion of the mayor a I I i
[M. BILL MINER I ANOTHER I F 'b. 23.-Af era I
SHAFFN :; .new ordinance: will be passed by the ALL ARE WORKING HARD filibuster
lasting 19
hours, con.inuing : -
city council to have-all houses in the I I ,
Leal Estate and city numbered' in preparation for the MADDENIS from yesterday all through the
inauguration of a tree delivery mall 1 IN CUSTODY BIG STEEL I I night until 8 o'clock th s morning the

ire Insurance it system, and the new ordinance will>> senate took a. recess until 11 o'clock.
differ from the present law in that
fiNED ONLY TWO DAYS ARE LEFT AND The Lorimer men ltd by Senator s
in South Beach Street the work will be done by flue city i
I Bailey, were finally compelled to
and the expense charged to the AS ROBBER.I COMBINE. INTEREST GROWS MORE IN
yield. By motion of the
property owner. 1 I Bailey sen-

This! Is the result of the action BY MAYOR" I TENSE AS THE TIME DRAWS ate took a recess: until 11 o'clock.

taken by the board: of trade at )i.s NEAR. Through the !long hours of the

,. last meeting, when committee- was I NAN ARRESTED IN GEORGIA! COMPANIES I TO CONSOLIDATE I i night the filibuster: ; continued and
'' appointed to ask the. city: council- to i The fact that only two more days

'fit ta;t a have the mayor enforce the ordinance- ASSESSED{ $$10 AND O COSTS I ONCE NOTORIOUS IN VEST.IDENTIFIED WITCAPITAI OF I remain in which to work: for the I many of the senators s'ept in their: '
-! in regard to numbering houses. No $19,000,000.PLANS , I special prize offer, consisting of a I seats or stretched on couches in ':Ikeclerks'

f'. report was received: ;: from this committee I rooms.
t t in writing by the council, but FOR RECKLESS DRIVING. BY PINKERTONS AS FOR beautiful ladies' gold watch, whichIs During the recess of the senate

(ILDREN'S EYES s; B. Foster, a member of tine committee : COMBINING SOUTH to be awarded do the contestant in. the leader of that body he'd a canii

was at the council meeting and THE ONCE FAMOUS STAGE AND : ERN IRON & STEEL AND ALA- the Gazette-Xews great Popularity feet nee and reached a teaative: agree
be too carefully safeguarded. d RESULT OF ACCIDENT IN WHICH
.., stated: the action taken by the boardof I contest who secures the mot votes ment for an early vote on the Lori- .,
f-y have but one pair to last I TRAIN ROBBER OF THE NORTH BAMA CONSOLIDATED STEEL vote the '
trade. met case a on provls'onaof
|me. H there are Indications AGED MAN WAS RUN DOWN before Thursday. March 2, has: caused: 7
i the tariff board and the e'lmin-
Previous to this Mayor Titus WEST. COMPANIES.
thing: wrong with your child'sjning 1 asked the city council to have the! I BY AUTOMOBILE AND SERI. i each contestant: in ,the rate to put tion proposttl for an increase In postage -

him or her and I will fit 1.' present ordinance in regard to the CHICAGO Feb. 28.-The man now CHA IT AXOOG\, Tenn., Feb. 28.- forth 41heir best effors. on magazines.The .

with Glasses to correct the :; numbering of houses repealed and anew OUSLY INJURED. under arm it at Gainesville! Ga.. as I A party of English and Eastern capitalists Each and every person in Volusia agreement as drawn: up did not

If medical treatment is necI one drawn up) which will incorporate Jack Madden, driver of the automobile being implicated in the recent rob I negotiating! fcr the i-I county should help! their favorite con- include a vote on the -iprocAy: bill: ''

will ten you so. the provision\ that the work which ran down and seriously bery of the Southern through train testant to win tibia valualbe prize by and all Indications point to an extra

shall be done byitbe city. The injured W. II. Crawford at the from Santa to New York, was positively tion of the Southern-Iron &COnsoIida-1 turning in their: subscription before Ssession of congress.

Neville H. Clark h,, amt ordinance.: provides that pres'l corner of Ridgewood and Magnolia Identified today by Pinkerton the Alabama Consolidated Thursday at 5 p. m. and giving the The senate resumed work at 1L

owners may call at the city avenues Saturday afternoon was detectives as old: "Bill" Miner the. Iron companies left today for Gad.s-I contestant she/ benefit of their totes. I o'clock} and a parliamentary; wrangle
Optometrist there'' once famous stage and train robber The following is the standing of all began immediately over the method
number3 for their 'houses found guilty of reckless driving to den where a meeting of the officials: .
for the Sign of the EYE. Is no provision >hy whfich the law I the court of Mayor Titus Tuesday of the Northwest. and stockho'del'S of the two companies -: contestant up. to Thursday Feb. 23; i of procedure. Senator Brow oC

trap be enforced or by which the I:morning and fined $10 and cosl.s. Miner has: been out of the 1 1'melight will be held. Marjorie Rotz en. 186,610 Kansas who led the all night filibuster

of public notice for many years and I Holt McCorkle . . .. ,. . 183,563 obtained the floor of tn!:
houses can be numbered' The case was first' caHed hi thema'or's The merger will give a combinedcapital :
6)6te-matlc-I' have reformed long Mena Pollitz 173.023:; : r
was supposed to senate and succeeded in placing &
ally; or correctly. court Monday\ morning and of about 19000000. It is believed -
; Alderman Mitts\ gave notice: that was adjourned to Tuesday morningto ago. Cecil Grenfel of London will Florence Gitteis: 170,895 motion to adjourn the session of the

EEN GOODS: ; at the next meeting of the city council give both the city:' and defense: be made president: : of the new- organization Roberta Hobbs 163.445: senate. At 11:20:: o'clock the Monday
he will preseni a new ordinance time to produce witnesses. Several SUPPLYING DAYTONA WITH ] Margaret Brokaw 146,123Dora ;; session: of the upper house adjournedand
SHAD FROM THE ST. JOHNS.G. Wehner 140.52Ethel :; at 11:50: o'c'ock! th" Tut't'daysiou ses
will : bo'to
along these lines, which provide, vi'tnemCS were presented by
: Houston 120.323: :; convened.By .
I. that. houses shall be numbered by sides and the evidence was conflicting F. Parker, who has had chargeof BIG MEETING OF ELKS
Marie Farlee 1 0.t20 a vote of :54 to 33 the senate f'
,a the city and shall, be numbered sys-; but sufficient to show that: the the Oaks hotel property for Mrs.
Te are carrying'a completeof ( WILL BE HELD TONIGHT. U.AY TONA BEACH rejected a resolution for a constitutional -
tematlcally. It Is. believed! the ordinance automobile was' on the wrong side of SUvemail, !Is also engaged in the
Groceries in- ; Sallye Holland 110.423SEABREEZE :; amendment for dinct elect'on.! :
Green will be passed by the councl.l' the street at the //time of the acci- fishing business, both on the ocean There will be some doings: at the I

Jin : -t without oppcs tion. I]I i dent, and this! was considered: by beach here and oa the S:. Johns regular meeting of 'Ae Daytona lodge j of United States natcrs by vote of

Alderman S. W. O'Brien also gave the mayor sufficient to warrant the river and is now supplying' the city of Elks: tonight; and the lodge meet-1 I Grace Burdick 12..3UO:!;; the people.

3'notice at the council mee 1'ngIonday\ verdiot\ of guilty and the fine. with fine roe shad from hIs: fisherieson Lag will be followed. by a soc:al session -j Senators Bacon Fletcher: end Tal-
olden Wax Beans iaferro voted against the coistitutLoiial -
night that. at the next meeting he The two girls in the automob.le;; the St. Johns river having: express which will be a hummer. Several : 1

.'t will bring In an ordinance' providing: at: the time of the accident are shipmeaittt made to him twice candidates have: been groomed- MANY Y1RT amendment solution, white '

Green Beans f for a franchise for a trackless trolley !- granddaughters: of Commodore* SVubenbord a week. He canned at present supply during the day to be in proper condition i Senator Terrell. ors: paired. In ail 21 '

sydtem. and the evidence showed the demand, but a litt'e later for the setting of the antlers! : democrats, including Senator Bai'ey' ,

CucumbersCauliflower r, A oommu.nlcatiotl was
r' from the city fire department ask. driver of the a'icinobie! did not hurry He also finds a ready market I tonight to see that none escape during -, IN CLASHES I riuier' spoke again this afternoon

ing that: some changes be made In. away, but cut a circle morass Magnolia for pompano, whiting: trout, mul'eit the rivettlng process. Bdter be in his own behalf and he was .

: a the fire house neto- the city hall, in avenue to the weof Ridge- and other fish taken hi h's seineson on hand, Bill. I followed by Senator Stone. I

Tomatoes j i the way of rebuilding the platform wood avenue the automobile striking the ocean beach. The fishing in I '
I tikaa8m8 the doors so they willswing a tree and coming to a stop. However the ocean is usually done at night FOIl SALE-Cheap. Maxwell touring

Peppershey m outward and installing a system the driver did not go U the in but notMiiths.tar.ding:: tlrs fact large rar. neartnew in first class ('ond I FOUND DEAD IN HOME.

fi of lockers for the firemen.! The jured man to ascertain the extent of crowds often gather on the leach to I It ion. :Must be sold at once owner I I'HILADKU'IIIA. Feh 2S -:Mrs.rMwunl j

communication:> was referred to the his injuries. Net':; (the seines hauled 'iii.I i going mth I*. O. lox! .", :;. ;:i-tf HOT TIMES IK CHICAGO I-ew.s!! and Visa I: Louise Mid j ",
[ are Always Fresh.DAYTONA r; ..f' street committee: with power: to act. j Several of the witnesses expressed -= I I land. aged :.t G and :1'U: yt-arn rt':; ect- I i I

K 'f A communication was: received It he opinion it was an accident which --- I I iH-ly.< were found dyad in their horn

.: from Geo. F. Smith asking that the' both the driver of the automobile and I -I STOLEN CHECKS MEAN 1 I IOSSJ!I Ii DURING I CITY PRI I 1ARIES.1 in Germantown th morning of poi- ,.:

; _, city council compel 1 E. W. Greene to the aged man on the bicycle endeuv' s i sonuig. It i is de'i! -ted the girl P<>i- .''I 'fl; ,

t" :. clean up a portion of his property. 1 oretl ,tn a oid. i I II If you hate: a checking account you sorted h.'r mot.lit-1. a other: and
The communication was referred to Mr. Crawford's condition: was murkimproved II 1 1maik SEVERAL ARRESTS HAVE BEEN I II tht-n het.M'lf. I II
I'-i t need not send money: through the I '
CO. f the Tuesday morning and it i" --- - -- I
LD STORAGE rr_ > mayor.A I You can send check. If MADE AND THE POLICE DEPARTMENT ','i
is." communication from the board of believed! he will recover from the effects your JEAN DUPUY SUMMONED ; : I

L D. JOHNSON. M r.ont !.1 public. works asked that F. I D. Spring of the accident, although he the check is lost jour money is still IS PREPARED FOR TO FORM NEW CABINET. 1 Ii

: be appointed to succeed himse.f: as will undoubtedly bo crippled] for lif-. I safe in the bank. < I r.-
FURTHER TROUBLE. I 1'AHIS Fe.1.! :::S -lean l;upuy- was
I a member of that body and the appointment I I II IYe If a check i is stolen or forged, you I 4 :
council.I ELECTION IN CHICAGO summoned today by 1 l'n> was made by the MARKET. I do not lose anything. The bank is CHICAGO. Feb. :::Repubuan and ,. I
CLOSES GRAIN I 1 to form a n"-wul nt to t take ,
Mr. Spring's term of office expired \ want to convince YOU that we N
I CHICAGO, Feb. 28.-Because of the' ; of liable for forged checks if it pays. democratic' pnmanrs: are being he'dtoday the place: of the one h-a l. d l Iy I'remter t
y the fourth Monday in February.A carry very extra qualities grocery: I I
You 'city election the grain market wasclosed I to flux** city cand'dates: and II' Briaml. the ui-tub-rs of whichresigned
: C special island committee to 1la'ecl1arge I supplies, and that our prices! are always them j
today. Hogs were steady and the city of Chicago is passing yesterday.
of the city island! was appointed very special. If these qualifi- All check books bank books etc.,
:3c higher while cattle were strong. ] Dupuy refused to uud rtake the
.4" committee of the bitterest ekctioa
the through
by President Schmidt cations nitan anything to you come one
are free, and it costs you absolutely work of forming a cabin and M.
consisting of aldermen Conrad in .nd: convince yourself that you fights in its liistory.
: maid for elderly I ,,,
( GoTHING "W.\XTED-Personal nothing! to have a bank account. Meals wan thtnsi I.nUllo d by the 1
are Mills: and Hall.J semi-invalid and daughter; gener.1)Jy can keep your bills down by buying i More than a score of i*rsors: have Itr.den:: t. ,
I If you have a checking account at i
) useful Apply m'.e110, ter Or- here.An. i been injured election fights at lolling wr, r'
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order l for 25; cents on thU itor.' will I* -
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will feel free
mond. gln'n .'bn!!. U"rdln..r: If h.. *ill all at the the bank you always places in the Twenty-second(
i batty' NwWHofflcr tffore tomorrow. nl<\kt. banker for advice for I
to your or I ,
In I + ward. Several arrests llan1Je*-u Druggist I
...............0.ee...e.0. a recommendation. He 'will be glad !; i : 37 I
; made and the police are preparingfor ( I ICHURCH.
I iDAILY STOCK MARKET REPORT i to furnish either.Ninetenths j' further trouble before the polling Florida. ''s. ,

CONRAD GROCERY of the business of the places! are claswd tonight.!

f'-: , We J[receive![cur shipments ....4.e.e./11110N/ .N0/N4 world i is done by checks. Why not I From pres nt indications ('artt'rI1arriton I 1 th. BA1uEverything/' I ,

NEW YORK, Feb. 23.-Stocks were do yours that way? will be returned l as the now '
}I.of Candy! every week so The officers of this bank are at i
J: firm at the opening and fractionally tnee for maYOr on the democrat! i

Without a :"l you are sure to 'get it nice higher, ted by the railroad is.,uen. I COMPANY'PHONE your sen fee. They invite you. to !I ticket, with Thompson leading on i to be found in a ,
Cotton was steady and five to nine make this: bank your business home. j ji I the republican; ti<:kQt. I '
and Nun-
fresh-Huyler's. of bull pool i Arthur of former city t first-class t
points: hightr. runors a 61.Daytona. Quinn, son a
... Ee GuardOnly J i.: nally's and Norris'Great lending strength. I IOl..n --- - officer, shot, and killed Joypk Cot j I I { I f
Lodge Store
,, lt Drug r
MERCHANTSBANK ling ham. an iron worker at tinp: s,1!> !
('IOh'lSt'W No. 1141 .a
: "The Trio." : at the -om-'r of Xorth Cark Vr-",* I i
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tlo York tlrt.f.IVntrnl.. ....,.. .............. ........... :rl". ,y+ 11"\4,.: M w B. P. 0. E. and Erie street at noon. Prescriptions a Specialty. t **J
50 Cents ,,.,. . It:1': 11"
( 11./1, k. \: ColliiiKham! : sad: to !have at'trtt'd Phone orders t
,, .. /e is promptly ,
HANKINS, The Druggist, Nortiirrn. iMinlH.iiMi Vufll'iin .../'..i:...'..:: ... .... ..::::) : :: ) Meets Evening.Every Visiting Tuesday I j| the shooting and t .r--c1 thr t attended *o.
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;- toad Ito>;.... .:.... :.. ..:. .. A Members Invited.T. A. D. McBRIDE President. times: at Quinn ."'' (""oOlI'I'dto I
: ; AT THE PLAOEf o.nuth..rn 1.ltclflo..U&1... 1111.. t. .,d T. E. Fitzgerald, E. R. J. B. CONRAD. Vice President I I inn \\.
: fire in tif" : '-
IE co1tz f Where .. .1PU. I : F. N. CONRAD Cashier I Free Delivery.
Beach. 1'jiolllcs.M.i'om
E FOSTER ,t' Volusia Telephone Meets 69 :.'r do prvf, .. ::..'..:::::::::::::::::::::::: t a 11.\ i Geo. F. Crouch, Sec.j F. J. NIVER Asst Cashier'' mounded ir.- I :. l

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J"rf'dh'.r\; If h* will call,etthe ;
tjfflca. beltre tomorrow yrar(: 1 tq wa

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: -' PIANOS a.d DELAND the county seat of -' "J'cf ..
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PLAYER PIANOS Volusia County, : -
... / STUSON.
Concert Tuner is situated 23 miles southwest of I it

Q PIANOS FOR RENT COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the latter OIIIVERSIIT I-

: BANK city by an excellent hardsurfaceroad DELAND .,.,.
TLA. '
I: ,1 recently constructed.At : Four t/ollegpg .Del II
DELA2ID, FLA. Technical Hehoob." I f
DeLand is located the John B. Equipment('Ost. :
( o TO tnn..l&rly/ '
t of the leading $410ncli.
Stetson University, one
t Capital $100,000Surplus Endowment ttnjmncnlty )
1 I of Col C.
- educational institutions of the 4 Pro.
? \' -. Tf-, $50,000A. fe"!wrs and Instructors I I
; 1 ft... 77 for South. Because of the interest in
- -_ i ---: EXCHANGE 'BRIDE, DeLand is knownas but lon.tartl&J1 turningnoon.
ICECREAM : & D. [( matters educational
;: ...::: -- T"t"blng.
.... : --'- nnel l find th. nio.t Pr.'hh-n! l For Information .
fa .. .- _ -. ._, __ "The Athens of Floriam. .
y qnantity. - - -. -. bt.tutlftll..ntlu'rarMILLS' address
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I.': .r -; ., 50 professors and instructors. There .1' Lltt.11..
European y", 0" '1't .l 1 -I.: ,\;. ,. B. A. \non. LLD. Fred Kin
R..It'I"plft' V3"If"oI [ '. ;r _' ",,; ..... ., i .- 'S.J Cashter.DREKAS, arc over $400,000 in buildings and ..President -.,
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2 I Ij I equipment; nearly $300,000 endow- l 3Irs. I

iisu..................... By L. C. DEMAREE. ,.. -- ..*. Tact must be apparent to the most ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep- the sues

: I superficial observer. With such lavith resenting an investment in building j. i. mm Beardalejard&on
: One of Daytona's crowning
wealth of natural beauty it became .
is her incomparable beach. No BUSINESS AND DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than ,

: It Pays to Trade atm :: one win haj ever set foot upon its ; I an easy thing fOI the hand of STORE $120,000 The library is the United Attorney andCounsellor -j I for JackJ
PROFESSIpNALADVERTISEMENTS tr-Jun to gi>ve the finishing toucheswlhich States Government depository for the t- her returlPedifj
!smooth racked sands; no one who
: Peck's Bargain House ::: ever pedaled a bicycte! over its ex-I I have:! wrought out the colors EVERYTHING! State of Florida, and contains over .. tt!

: 112 South Beach: Street. :: pans. ; EO one who ever drove a and outlines of the big picture. TO EAT 15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one at Law t
Sa.a.u.i.iuiisuieu. .usisitsseiiisi TO WEAR, tale 61-
pranciag pair of horses and listened L-.i-d I Man did all this in the laying out TO USE of the newest of 16 buildings, with .

.(isisi.........SS to the popping of their steel shoes of the streets with their wide marginsof -==.=1 its furnishings, represents an outlayof I I Will Practice laHtate -' k On.lyt ti

LING WAR-CHINESE LAUNDRY :: upon its asphaltum-like face; no one ui.iiioiSIiisisIiIiiiIIISS U parkage. The entire city becomesa I' Rending Room. 60000. Elizabeth Hall is one of and which t to

: .S *lt so. BEACH ST., DAYTONA. FLA. who ever steered a high-power au : E. S. HALL : grf>. t park with driveways inter- Elevator f Service* the most beautiful college buildingsin FederalCourts 1 ,t
Z Dress Hblrts Whirls : antint
li.Nlght: ; 10. RoomG.A.DREKA4CO. .
S Hest "
Z. White Bhlrts 10W| .K>lrn Shirts 10Z / tomobile! down the broad stretch of U S I Leol ting, miles upon miles of driveways ; the South. '.- : laritySubscrit

.2 Check New shIrts Shirts Drawers 8,!rndcrshlrts 8 H.. wave-washed and surf-packed sand : Architect and Builder : I :>o good as to attract motorists .The city has a population of about co

S S. Oollan htrt.collnrttt.1Sock.prpnr or rutfs :2 Handkerchiefs:, 8 3 .. but: realized that It fa a world beater : No 2i!u4\i Palmettove.. :: !I from all over the continent. DELAND/FLA! 3,500. with a thickly settled country Pi) LAND, FLA. 31 m. and t:

111 Ladles clot ht'l at corresponding price a world-wonder. Go stand upon : DAYTONA FLORIDA. aU | And as for the pavements, pavements adjacent.: DeLand proper is five

....................isi.. this wi.ie speedway and see the hap- S.ISISIS1SISUSUSIIISISISISI ' taoi look and act like granite miles east of the SL Johns River, on -- : Dr JjVolusl

.......................... py souls fit by in joyous mood, and ---- |I where else between the eastern VoIusiaACountyAbstracted the high rolling pine land of the I WRIGHTINSURANCE i

H. C. THOMPSON Agt. answer whether this is not one of ........................I. and western seas are so many mites great "Orange Ridge" of Florida.
: : the seven modern wonders. a I in proportion to' inhabitants? Thepavement The predominating products are 1 I Capt...

: LAMIJ ENGINES: : The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.i : W. C. CROWNING M. D. : i question stands with the oranges J. and grapefruit, the estimated Cecil r'
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HUPMOBILESDemonstratioa : General'Medicine and 1 I ictreet as one of the chief drawing Bert Fish, 1'r"lld..nt. from this vicinity being over AGENCYDeLand i. day afte:1!:
fairy' I). Ldtndls. H'ontary crop
: Given at Any Time. :: Where think you is water with more : Obstetrics 1a i j cards. Till some unheard of place and Trtas. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes, 1 had take:!

PHOXK W: picturesque surroundings? Nearly a la, and t|
I : : Office Hours: is:::0 to 3:111.: > ? to9 p. in. S reports more and better Daytona Abstracts Furnished peaches, pears, Japan persimmons,
......... .......... ...... mile wide fringed with tropical vegetation : Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. : j I throws down the gauntlet: : to the and: Titles"Perfected plums pecans, guavas, strawberriesand Florida erV \'

r a.i.isi...'..........a..... artistic cottages with roomy SI.I.ISISaSI.I.1SI.lSI.ISIU |I world. other fruits are grown in plenty. : Y. who

verandas looking out upon her bosom Squirrels Flowers, Birds and Fruit.Vhtcv companycoaie
--- --- --- -
In the of public improvementsare
Contractor and Builder gamey food fishes in countless numbers .........................I I \ :'r one's shortcomings: and many miles of fine shell roads, an souSwtx.
a SI
beckoning, as it were, to thosewith Maps, Plats and
S. Designer and Craftsman U DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPhysician : I however indifferent o" even callous excellent high school, electric lights, .
S 8u rlntt of waterworks that is
S a a system Aif
:: ings flitns HiiU HpfrltlcaUonson : and BEST gage
wilh duck and coot and snowy- _
Hnort Notice. : and Surgeon : ment.cnf lowers and squirrels. KLANI, Ff.}: and operated by the city, supplyingthe
: DAYTON, FLORIDA. :: winged sea birds, which sic about as'' birds and fruits"will send a thrill
: KOI>AK FLACK water at little cost. H \\'.
.......................... 1 Lf for thesport of bobbing upon the : : that is reflected in distended pupils
U Phone fii SS 'I' BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that shipped I|
ltB.l0ltB.ltl.ltltII0l waves; watch that lubberly old a and pricked: ears. For Florida
: white headed pelican pouch a fat. ......................1 : DeLand is a church-going: commu- vile! a I II
For e>"ery visitor with a spare goober - FARMS I
--- -- - -- Methodists Mr
Episcopalians, day
OSCAR 'I' nity. Baptists
mullet and that fish hawk
struggling ..a.i.gsusi.i.is.......... there is a bunny ready to cometutu COMPANY (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES Jones of
: CONTRACTOR : upward with his floundering load he S U acvept your gift. He will sit bolt Manufacturers of ,

: Filling and Grading : snatched from the water : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS :. I, t'ritht: and knaw intio the meat, LUMBER besides colored, Christians Baptists and and Catholics Metho-, TIMBER or aLligatorthe rear: |

: : See the beautiful launches, spick Civil EngineersI casting furtive saucy glances at you LATH TRUCK pa.ny's bt
; Heavy Hauling a Specialty. dists, are represented.
U and span witlh hampers and lockers ;i meanwhile SHINGLES LAND

.; ......IsUsIsusiSis.ei.USiS bulging with refreshments, both solid DAYTONA FLA. : i j Flowers. Usually fresh and blooming MOULDINGS The graded school offers a tenyears' !Knd for Bargain tractingvisitors .
-- - --- whichit Sheet
and liquid, ready for cruise th S EtauultSh'd ""71. UU I course and the building to;
.14 'iI ) a upon the year: "round you are remindled : Agents:
SSl : persons

-I M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. 1 beautiful surface. Take out your feld: .UtISlSlSSISUSISISUSIOI I of Goldsmith's couplet whereSmiling Mu&ury's Whitehall Parotd: Roofing Paints l't"III..nt throughout occupies: and is is newly one of the furnished most THE COUIDlOflnffl I look at tl
'glass and sweep the river from -- -
I :' its eatlit'st'isit
sprng paid marks
KinoraUo; PJ .str ar
J Orrnoud bridge to Ponce Park .......................... i And summer's lingering blossoms!; (;tH>rpiil'Ia\'BrJct! commodious and best equipped pub [ CO street In i
MILLINERY S U Bond Hand Brick lic schools in the State.
light house then whether the
fI say: .
are delayed.In -ofMr I B
i Halifax isn't a thing of beauty anda : E. L. STEWART : | one yatl roses of vangated huesiredominate FLANI: >, FL.oLANDIS \. I The trip from Daytoaa to Del.and 1-F.LANn. FLA, chargedFor: '

N.. 8 Beacli St.. Daytona Fla. joy forever, and on, of the modern a Physician and Surgeon S I is made by automobile in a little
Kpeolnl attention to dlMiiM- t hU : ; another household hasa
wndct/;. U K>.... Knr.: Throat mid NOMofflor S I : over an hour, and there are many
---- S and rfsldenoMntii \t-IIIK.ird;; : penchant for the poincetta and the [ & [flStl drives in the vicinity of the THE s,|
j)!(! The Enchantingly) Picturesque Ridge-' U door west of P. t)., ttIf phonr >>i.Ottlov prE>mi'S<.s ere aflame; another is hidden I pretty house at !
: hours: II H. in. to II. i> til. : Attorneys at Law county site. A good road leads to
in a Jungle of tall cane. Variety- GORDONGARAGE
East Florida I wood. ....iSiSI.ISIS1SRS.SiS.SioiUSISISISISISSSISISISISISIS I Practicing: in Mil DeLeon Springs, five miles, a historic I front. 16''!
is the spice of life and here is where Htate and Federal I trees, H|
; Ridge wood avenue is upon the crestof -- j find it. Courts spot, where 60,000 gallons of water :
lOU [
Telephone: Company pedal facilities for lights ci
a broad: ridge straight as the crow investigating andtwrfaeting bubble from the earth every minute.
with I
S aI i The birds flit in, and their I The In good

I Connections at Daytona flies and the wide spreading branches :: DR. F. H. HOUGHTON : joyous notes help to give fullness : FLA.titles1)t.ANl' From DeLand automobiles go south DeLandHeadquarters

i of the heavy-trunked live oaks extend I to Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and
a S and symmetry to the picture.As
for Long!! Distance Points their gant! arms across the magnificent marl roads; theSt.Johns is crossed by
: :
jSS&k Dentist for fruits choice citrus fruits, ELY for .
n; \ rta. forming an arch, and ferry near Osteen and cars can then
LJ Davtona v.eds: the palm to none for AutomobilesAGENT
H. C. THOMPSON. Mar.AX from these extended arms great festoons U Ofl1etnlt-kItkk 5S Isaac A. HtcwartKRford continue to Sanford and Orlando by
r r., PHONIC: t t tVtst End "south BridgeT UU quality and quantity per acre. There : Bly
of S road. There shell road
i SpanLsh moss sway as the Mary Stewart hard is a
ssiSisisisasisiSisiisiSisISu.I.ISI.ISISI.I.I.uISa. ere scores of citrus groves in proximity Maxwell Tour
trade winds from the tropc: seas Attorneys at Law from DeLand to Orange City, five
I X --- --- '! to the city: branches bendingto
! Cars and
: 1 fan them. Looking straight ahead und Notaries Public miles, and a good road from DeLand ing
i t' the ertb:: with their burdens of
:down this White shell street one has to Lake Helen, a like distance.
H. McCLELLAN I K.; Fltzp raid K.: F. < i tt-j. : PpI.\SD.: FLA.
lucious gclden globes, whkh for
4 i the impression of a fairy path with I FITZGERALD & OATES :: beauty proflicacy and all desirable
: Mill Work >lftea draperies, but as you move i I
t *'1ong and cast an eye ffrst to the I Attorneys. and Counsellors at LawS : qualities would truly astonish you. J.A.ERICKSON. BOi SANDSTONE BRICK CO. n. Hunilin
.. Royal
, | .1111 Kacllitlt s for KxatiilnuiKami UU
," Write or ask him about anything Tight and then to the left you see 1't"rfn'UIlIo}!: Laud TItles SI The Fastest Autos and The Finest ManufacturersLight

: ;, 'yon want made of wood, Everything i4 i-:; distinguished cottage homes in the om,'.. In ronrad Hulldtn 'Phone I itN : I Out. & CO. I Granite, Buff, Red ansi

the best. : most delightful settings.See SISIsIeSISIsI.uSu.ISu.I.1 Largest !Stock of Drab Brick
The ? >\ I t.horlJ wonder:! do
0 f
I you Pianos, Organs and
1 l-.iru ('tip:,<-i'.\ ". '. "'
( tho glistening leaf of the grand .ur. Promptnnuts. 'hIp-
I North Rk'Jewood' Ave. Phone 123 ask? Cctue. whether from Missou; :' Scwin Machines . \Vrit.- f">r Hc'":..;. t i.udLVKK l'rict. &
.. magnolia! which nature has varnished Q.!'.!\!'-!\. i\\! ',!'!A!' )!.>!'& '!' .!' '!'!-!'__ or f'O'Al Maine, from Kalamazoo! o "South of\.I n-'01.\i .I.- i : FLA.

(f@XX!fi).) i\i\.(!\\\\Q drt'.s-'s brush could and Ii.l.ANl.: 1'1.\! HAMLIN
as no ever
; DR. J. P. ESCH !. Tmbudo: ::.ud you will be "shown" ,

the oablnge palms with their burdens'If Here is where tht'orld's record fo.- LAKE: HELEN
and :

l I _PICTURESQUE{ { PORT ORANGE{ I jyho.vy! fruit and swaying pa!MS: t i 1"1111I"\11"!Physician\ I-i t- !Lith! Surgeon!: I--- -.P..f !i spet-d is broken with every recurring I ALLiiN'SN Sarronndcd by several pretty lakes Attorneysand

see the lovely holly with its exquisite . ,, '
: !- M h: I Milh: *"m,11 : ''' : p. f t-asoi. Autos, the biggest, the fastS and
.. guarded by lofty trees is
1'ti'y! ; see the climbing \ vines !.' 111, '; U.7 I'. in. 'PiitH:' ,"- '. I V, l I' ,\ V < xt to 1'O'toll.wi' pine Counsellorsat
I HI--\'II.; : S t -t. and the finest are on daily: pa- Lake Helen a winter resort of Law

; ponT OKtNt.K: t t.l Is I|1 I I 'iR thit in the trees; see the coptutu's !.' '!-.!'i, .,.'S'". ..., .ii.i SS .... . :-tile and the' big .how is :tie tree as I i it DRUGGISTSJEWE..LER5 little importance. Camp Cassadaga no,
.1 aprtttylltllfvlHanesituated .
PORT ORAC[ '4iki forms waich gain a toot '
:.e urh'san'attr: t'o'u ]
I pur : : th :
,J five mil'' hod: ju the great oaks and rflatelvp ......................0... a spiritualistic camp-gronnd is situated I'Fl.NI::\ .'L\.
tiousdLdof wellii. : a'
; 8OUthof Dajfona: on : ; flowing ItB I
1 I" the Daytonrt-N- H 0 USE ::ms, and surely lOU will join intftie : Dr SAMUEL 1\1. LONG S: | coit.niit> show, with a io\, :; taitlvEverything : I I'FLANl': KI.A. place near several Lake hundred Hclcu people and at make this

Rniyrna hiir.l !surface I dorm and say that this is a I :
road the scenic world wonder for beaut .. i DENTIST i shittag; tit"t.'UI: winter headquarters.: A laige lumber "fOTAI'i'DzL.vSD '
) 1'
S. Fred Cummints I G. W. Fisher
.l highway of tin KattYiast. : i | gees; from ahorst'; j mill and the largest brick plant in

(' The town Is Owaer and ManagersocetcdonthiItilt Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage ii'', power ta i'trO-borae: and 1"1.\
S One Door North of New MerChants i' up power Drug Co. j the: South arc: located: at Lake Hel11.I { .
) Homes. I Bank. I ell degrees of speed from a canterto
Drugs, Stationery,
tax: : ntver and Is ORANGE CITY
L with thepentBsalA ....5..!....!!!.5...5....! a tvvo-anle-a-ffiinut: ? clip. You will I ClothingFurnishiugsj
connected L Huyler's Candies,
,I .\. opposite! ?PORT ORANGEBEACH Xo one of Daytoaa's attractions, @. 'i' I I probably catch the sprit, w nen you Kodaks, Cigars The principal attraction: around

'j by abridge. perhap, commands more nearly universal i do the roads and the beach are >ours 11'v.LA-O I'. KLA. .\. Orange City is the many handsome Shoes

,: The town Is well attention and praise than does !: The Manhattan Cafe i :I I The Florida sunshine u> free, the golden orange groves. The town is
and has the artistic cottages. The of 1
laid oat owners
( !I.. Lots for Sale. for ladies and balmy ocean. breezes are free, the I supplied with water said to be the
homes. gentlemen.
these villas
many charming hail from
every : birds and: squirrels( and flowers are purest in the
A large nuniWr of Literal Terms A. H. IOODALL world another attrac-:
corner d the country and they bring Regular Dinaer 11 to 1:30 Daily.i.i.$ I
: free
: Xoartits and winter Allowed for the sparkling fountain water i ii tion to visitors. It is at Orange City
their arohitectural and : Short Orders. Box Lunches.
own plans : ,
: residents make> Port IMPROVEMENTSflrnngewInUrbt'ad ;;' I: frte and you will have to go down I The that passengers over the Florida East
( build them' and, the archi- Everything Fresh. is:
> upon as
Ocean or River Special Attention Shown to Ladies. $ onto your wallet only I for coin for I Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and '
of ther > : :
*HB < of
Qu.rUor lecture one section of the country
FISHING auto and bed and board.
drive to Deland. I
( 1 GROCER town is
t >ral attrnotlnstwlng surrounded
('on\'t'nlpntto Automobile differs from the architecture of an- THE MANHTTAN CAFE :
:, the eccollentB Itace Course This is to: fanciful picture; j it's all by land peculiarly adapted I
.I! und lirldgv.Applr ot'her so do our homes differ in 38 South Beach Street > DELAND, FLA.
: h ng. to here. It is drawing other thousands to the cultivation of citrus fruits. I LFLAII), Fwi PA
outward and structural
A short dUtanoemt appearance a X Ij !,
WM. C HOWES and h<,'dcp them enthralled, ft will ----
tat Port-Orange beauty from one another. There are __ I I I II

s ant the remains of Port (Agviit lmllg Fl.. no monotonous rows of strikingly .........4................ 'I charm and hold! j >u. Come and see. I I'I ',:..........................................1....... t

4 the old luniawtOi1aug&r I similar build'ogs but the eye as it ,I _ __ __ ___ : '. .

7 Is mill Vlslt'>A d ever placethat ?' Port Orange I sweepby is treated to a kaleido. :. When You Are Looking for :. "From the Grove to the Table"INDIAN ; 'i THE DAILY NEWS .i

year by hundntN of scopic change which keeps the mind : Some One to Do : I ,

*ourlit,. One tim I <' OYSTER I CO. wondering, "What next?" RIVER GRAPE .. .

..ltth.'ount wst n.lICPO-OT. It n no* only the exterior of many FRUIT AND ORANGES S ..

of Port Orange. old ur- 'Orowt and healer1 I of th<>*3 homes which rivets attention I Electrical Work I Grown on the Halifax. :S .
: rounding m'.ll: was a \utt In. OYSTERS andCLAMS I ; UIIQ.C they are models of convenience The finest quality of fruit for salein : Gives Away t some three persons whose :

dleo and sugar cane and the finishing and furniShing single boxes or car lots. Special: mentioned in the
Pt.Ors.uIytnna.plantation. : were
Th..mUI i jive evidence of the eleganceand : PHONE 14, attention paid to filling orders.

I was stveIyinthOseenry operatt-d,, exten- m' C c. HOW ES S I! cultivation of those who workedit MUNROE & STEVENS : Every Day previous day's paper __' :

baa ladihust aU out. Indeed- it is the interior !JFORLAWi I.
for fortx 'rflTtv Real Estate I 1'1 I arrangement and artistic furnishingand .

yt-ars. I shading more than the exterIOrappear"n Office Next' to the Ridgewood Hotel. : Four Tickets to the CrystalS :

.\ very Intfrestlnj I Insurance t I -: that gives; a surpassing : THE ELECTRICIAN. : .
drive from I'.nUnu.. - Theatre and a Merchandise :
4 Js liy ocean I,' u I lilu [ TAiYP1BLlC- I I'' charm to Daytona.homes.: This feature . Best Prices Best Work i! "!'i\."!'f !'! !
1 h. appio.u'h <.: Port 0 range. Ha. I justly meats prominence as another : NORTH BEACH STREET 1McDonald's : Order for 25 cents on some :

th Port /Jir.iiu.lir i wonder.Streets GITTENS MESSING : .
.il "-, acrt: "_ t li. .......4 .................. -1" "'' ',, : I. \ ', : local store. : : : : : : :

F t'rM p ISM! :"':; ttiroucl and t h.; li-n S. G. iUKIH !.1' and and Pavements Best. the Most ISISISISI.I.....a......... .;. f' ( )' Fresh Fish; 6.. ..

|>riiiii.il| I litroft 01! : Boat Yard : J u r Clams -T:::: .C

; l\nt "!"aUit\> *o t h. I [General I Why thq Architect of the Universe U Established:: 19C5 : .

,. .. ru..,. of th. ... I I chose to give Daytona the most admirable I: CHAS. M McDONALD Proprietor = and Rose Bay Oysters : Watch for them
I name
4 Merchandise --- maybe :
hr h.,1, 0 I hI s u g si i : your
1 I the most picturesque natural : Railways. Boats i Market South
Built on Street
0\.1.I turnin-r:: *i I Repaired : .
I setting of all the cities of the South ,
11:1 lI't h,' ul Pvrt and Housed. :
1 iytoiuu ro' Orange Fla. : UISISISISISISISISISRSI,1 Phone 5 Prompt Delivery next. :
ou th,' malhlantl.I Is not revealed" but that such is a, : CC .

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Paaa Three
: Ay. 3 I '

::, Mrs. Bright A Poor-You Substitute.hare: become quitean FIVE VIRTUES.To I I Through General the Gordon's entire civil Heroic war Wife.General.I.1 PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNAHOWE I .I.

ndept In palmistry I believe be able under all circumstancesto Gordon's wife accompanied him. never.

f STETSONUNIVERSITY Young Mr. Squeeze-Yes; I have stud. practice five things constitutes per- I' leaving his side save when the exigencies 'I
led It for some time. Mrs Brlqbt- fect virtue. These are gravity, generosity of campaign made her i SMYRNA is situated fif-
tcc Well I have had: a plaster I ijipre&iion of soul sincerity, earnestness I I : Impossible. To the faithful presence de- NEW miles south of Daytona ORANGES lulL
and is ideal reached
DKLAND. FLA. taken of and kindness.Confucius. I AND I an spot If you want the
daughter's ,
my bind:
; and i if
Four College" and( ti I Tot on of his wife General Gordon : from Daytona by a hard surface road MTst l Orange
a Technical t4chool.. you wish to study it you can: do so at owed his life. In the bloody: battle of CURRIERFLORIDA i winding through; one of the most picturesque apply at
d Equipment nearly $l1 costIng ,non.- your leisure. It will save you tli Curious Fact About Brass.It I Sharp&burg. Gordon while la the i parts of Florida. Point Groveforthe

e Endowment Faculty of 4tt CsoNlp:Pro-)' Col. C. M. Bjngham was; called to trouble of a personal. examination, you Is: a curious: fact that common I midst of the carnage was shot five to With a time its when ancient the ruins history dating of back man Rcdla nd Indian -

'' in structors.fessors and In s .New Smyrna by bus'ness Sunday, returning know.Exchange.Children brass which Is I subjected fer some times. As soon as he fell hs! wife I LANDS runneth not, interlaced with wiresof best Rlv"rr"Dgtb. In th
! but non-Keotarlan Christian' ; to Daytona Monday after- of the Insane.Of time to constant tension occasionally! rushed to his side and carried him to NKW 'iMYRXV.FLOKIl the modern telegraph and tele- state.
n Teaching. .noon the offspring of Insane people undergoes a remarkable 'change. It safety, stanching the flow of blood and ):\ phone, its miles of shell streets as Grove situated 1111I
For address Information: ? about fifty-nine out of every hundred loses Its tenacity and in a short time attending; to his wound.until medical hard and smooth as a floor and over- from Daytona oa
of I Lincoln Hulley, **Dry wood for sale. Drop card to are sound mentally. becomes: almost as brittle as glass. aid could be procured She remained I M.LEIDERSDORFResideat | arched by hoary forest giants that the UaytonaNcwbmyrna Road.
grew in stately the
re f Pb.J'I:1tLV.. with him In the hospital until he had1'e'O.t'rt'd. grandeur during Prices Moderate
. Kingston, Kingston.
I Fred 70-6t Town and lapse of bygone centuries New
f d President! *+.+...+.+.............. and when General Gordon FERD
t + ................+++.+.....* Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance
tI Mrs. Hanson FitzGerald, who went back to Join his command Mn. NORDMANNProprietor
I was Gordon followed her husband Property I and rest
J. I PERKINS 1 .the guest over Sunday of .Mrs. Geo. | Cement All nature here is very inviting to
:, Beardsley and her sster: .Mrs. R h. 1
1 ardson, departed Monday afternoon ft00. 9090.O.NOtl... the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
; R.S.MALEYIGeneral I too is to be found the best fishing and
for Jacksonville and New York .
on .
Attorney andCounsdlor I ALL HEALING hunting in the state of Florida.
he her return to East Orange, N. J. .
erne I The people are thrifty the business

at Law Pedigreed bul! terrier pups for : By the Foot or Mile : f DR. DAVIS, Panthera! i ist I Hardwareand men enterprising, and all unite "
th tale 614 So. Palme to. 74t in extending the welcome hand of

ay Will Practice In Only two more days remain In It Helps the Sale Property.' H..cond PENINSULA House South DRIVE of Webster's. 'i I Builder's hospitality to strangers. There are I
j of (Htate and tort! Ii'Ii'S five church edifices for white peopleand
which to help favorite
your contestant DAYTONA BEACH Supplies
FederalCourts - an equal number for the colored
gs In the Gazette-News Great Popularity : -- : I Pnnthnpy. Ii" (reek. compound Furniture population; the town has an excellent I }
-- --- --- "
contest win the gOd! watch. il nifttng '1&11 beitliiu Th forces.. I I
high school a splendid public
I H !tlene. lll..t..tll't111"oiII: ?" Ost.opathy : and

ntnr PELAND' FLA. :m.Subscribe and help before fa\'orte.Thursday; at 3 P'i I A. Vande Vord Daytona Beach : Rubs Salt. Mn!flows netli*,and.-ti'.KlectrlcalOil:These forl't"tUro' I UndertakingNew library, aad up-to-date business I d
lour I .ulMolute Treatment nt offlA* I houses.
vcon ) KO out =:.O''. I dI
'Dr. J. C Herman. Osteopath 20 ........................ ....A t.t..J SmyrnaTHE There are any number of pretty I I
het WRIGHTINSURANCE f ......................... ..Nl -..... homes for the I I
'. VolusU Ate., Daytona Phone 40. tf __ permanent population
-- -- ------- n I which numbers close to 2,000. and
Capt. C. M. I -r .......................... fine |i
re McDonald and son' r. 'I some very winter residences. i STATHANK
{ _
: E EuM
cd AGENCY day Cecil afternoon, returned to from>i\nich' TItLbU'le pace 31011.1'they THE DESPLAND HOTEL i l' : AUTO OWNERS, A ATTBITKKI I I !! | OCEAN{ i "110 0 USE S{ There houses are where good you hotels can find and accommodations boarding-i:

crs, -- -. had taken the auxilttary! : >'acllt. Xeth I : -- : F. W. SAMS to meet your requirements. i j NEW SMYIM I t

s' j t; la, and turned her over, to her owner WILL HOLD A j TIRES to fit all rims at the VUL- J I'll')PltitTlIR: Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a I JOHN. rUMMONDPresident, ,
DeLand, Florida \V.V, Ken>'on. of IlrookI)-n, X.i i : CANIZER'S, Cottage Avenue I Rates section of vegetable land as can be I '
isy ;4 Y., who was awaiting her lure: in : found anywhere. This land has been : (LO, L. BKANNIMG
not stock will itchier
your size in
-. company wit! a friend who had TENNIS TOURNAMENTFor : : $3.00 per Day| divided into small farms which can :
; come south with: him. Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Some '!
an.t i I delivery in from 12 to 24 hours. General I -
I It : : I WeekKxtHI. of the finest celery grown in the state
: ; ''W.TED$4O\ first i Banking
oa rnort I ; .'nt Iluntingand is raised on this land. All other ve;e- i
cd :t.-., Address X this j Business t
gage. office. CS tf liihinNKU
and !
BEST :: '
ag I V : w. s. MCGREGOR, Agent tables grow in abundance and ,here, I
: :MK\.\ I'er CenL Interest
too is the home of the famous Indian +
II.V.. Waters: last Saturda : VULCANIZER Cottage Ave. Io'Lt I 'OR!|I'A t on 1 im< River I
t shipped tto J.V.. Booth from Titus- oranges. !
For Florida : Accessories and Repairs that HOLD
+ -
n vile! a 12-fodt:! ) amga'! :or. The same
FARMS I' day Mr. BooLi received from Geo C the Guests of the Hotels and for the Cottagers, :........................: _i
hS. iIU:
GROVES Jones of Dan in. a big catamount The beginning ...................................4.................
cs, TIMBER or alligators which Mr. Booth keep, at ............................ :

C oTRUCK i- the rear of Bingham & Mdlej com MONDAY MARCH SIXTH j R. H. MCDONALD :
LAND 1pany's. stole ou Beach e'IJ"t>'t"t are attracting I The Joseph Zapf Co. I

Cu Send for Bargain much l attention among the ENTRANCE COMPLIMENTARYOpen I MEATS\ *. S
l ch Hhtet toed visitor In the ciiy and numbers of .
,. persons \':tit .the place every day to : : : JACKSONVILLE, FLA. t
r- Florida and Western *
: THE COULD10TTEN look at the collection of saurian! He-i Tournament for Ladies' '
, ttb marks Singles The Choicest Steaks and t Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor :
are frequetly heard
[ the
; Open Tournament for Ladies' Doubles : The Primest Roasts $ .
[ COd street In regard to these alligatorsof + house in Florida. Sole distributors for *
,. Open Tournament (for Mixed Doubles .
Booth's. No adm;lion fee is
FLANI, FLA. : Tl l"pbon Ut whatou. want and w : Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer
tie '.. charged to see theta.I I Open Tournament for Men's Singles I will ntJ..a\'or to see that you get It.POULTRY . ; t -

fly : Phoned : : Special attention is called to the :
he THE ;; For sale at a bargain-Ten: room: Entries can be made by 'phone or note to The Despland Hotel, or by per- I MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT.
f' house at 621 So. Ridge*ood. lot 100 j I sonally entering names on lists at office. : I $

terGORDON : front, 160 deep, p'enty of shade I Entries will close Friday Noon, March 3. Cups will be given to winners. I : The earlier you I"ayour order the 4N .
:'. trees; all improvements, e'ectrlc' Two ticket! to the trr\4tHl Tllt'atrt111 lie pr..nt..1111.. : ..Ju liMtewtrt: If!she I. .tt'r ihinoou hive of g',ttlu : : Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. X
tall ut the Dally' Nw3 office l before tomorrow ul-ht' :
lights, city w'lter. etc. Everything I ; the oholi.it : .
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SUITS TO SUR1 1 1 day Publiated from every December evening 1 to except April I f, ja-by Store .:. WE SELL i--'i.:.-5?. "". ti .: HO

t T. E. FITZGERALD. Editor. Exct-ptloniil MonryrlrvtngV'alu. : Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of f .9.4

S : "x In lubricating oils on the market f
I C. S. HARRIS City Editor. Enamel Ware "
S Now is the time to spring suit. Mr. Henry is .
get your |I HARRY L. ROOD Adv. ManagerCEO. Japanese China .. .: ..

of the Storrs-Schaffer Co., will be with us Tuesday, : F CROUCH. Superintendent : r V| L. M !

s | Feb. 28, and Wednesday, March 1, with a large line of : Entered as second class matter Laces : WE REPAIR .

December 1, 1910, at the postofficeat Ribbons : i Greatly EnlargedL

S o samples to take your measure. :i Daytona Florida under Act of I Opposite Webster's Grocery Store : Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. i ;. l Sides.
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.: :March 3, 1879.j I Seabreeze Ave. -- - :

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5 Home of Hart. Schaffner & Marx Clothes. $ : -
Complete Machine Shop : I :........*...*.........*.*..*...O*.*.*...*...**.... j ......NNZ
.............................o........t...............t j Clarendon! d G Garage! g C Co REPAIRING- OF ALL KINDS BY ? l+

........ ........................................... A COMPETENT-MACHINIST.- -- .* ...................................................... *...........

1 Rail and River. 1 TH:
By : AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. 7 :.FtK::/; t .hlllljt', tJ I Manufacturers, of

i **..*.....4.......................*.*.*..********.*..r *: ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER .. E.
.+....++.. .....................**.....*....*...**** [ Latbs. Shingles, Flooring Ceiling Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock t
( '.fth', und > nrcl,: Kiiht:: t'oii-t Hiinwn) and Ortln;.- Av. . .

ATLANTICCOAST LINE.Best [ENTERTAINED[ !{ AT MIND{ -I II i 'Phone 83. R. J- MALBY Manager. 9 ..

THOUSANDS I ..............e+e+e+................................. .. All depart

Service to the East ROME t IN I Ii HONOR OE SISTER. :; ; 9 9 selected from

Palmetto Limited. Arrive Leave! Savannah Jacksonville.. :::::: .......1 IlJVia.m.7JtOa.ni.::::: i ; help used thr
1 DAILY. Carrying through Coaches, I t'hxrirton':. ::::... .: 1 J."iiip.m.p.ui.: : i BRIDGE AND TEA ENJOYED BYi i I Wbi-.ih------l $ with all the dt

Electric-Lighted! I unman Drawing Room I I Klchmond Washington: :':: :::.:. .. 4 Ji".nna.iii.a.m.: ::: NUMBER OF LADIES MONDAY
Stopere, Dining Cars. Jacksonville to I .". Kiiltlmore .. .... f.Mii.m.\ 1 ; | finest Chefs, aj
I I 1v',1611adrl. ..:...
t New York. v '. CW.Yurk.:! .." ....... lWp.lU. I AFTERNOON AT MRS. W. E.J j i Summer add!
New York and Florida Special. / I'ally Except Sunday.Irscrtptlonofthisppulxrtrain No."*'< BLODGETT'S. i I :...........
de Luxe. / I eave Jacksonville.. ................... I.lup.m. I :l lat Use
savannah ............. ....... 5.c p.m.
This train consist of I'ullinan drawing
Boom Mate Roan SU-epinK, Pilling and 1,1- l'Charleston... .... ......... .... "."i JI.Ill.brar1.0tltll..r'lltlon Mrs.V.\ E. WoJgetier.lt_'raim: d : :1 I
: cars, heated t."t..HIII, Arrive.. : Klchmond .... ................... 1.,1111.11I.equtpVt'd 'I of spending your time sweating over a .1.1..1.r.I1'r
I Washington: .....................Iu.< .25a.m. her home on South I Iwdgewcod avenu.e i 1
with thr new hl.h..l'et"(1 t.rakes.and .. DEAD EM | .
Sa brilliantly llptited throughout l t.\ eltctrlottj. .. Baltimore..... ... .... .........UJi7a.ni.:: 2,000 DAY I I hot stove these hot days trying to get Z
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West Philadelphia Lan Monday afternoon, in honcr of TH:
1pt'l"IIII'lIghts la-Ing provided for men .. p.lII.berth.
comfort in New: York. P nn. .It. R. the family ironing done on time when & :
or for reading affording at nigrrht..( writing k f..ts..7tb Ave., :fcd! l..t.. ... 3.5 5 p.m. \IN\ VICINITY OF HARBIN. her sister, Mrs. I. A. Lames, who is ;! : '
i I I you ;

Florida and West tl Indian Limited. /(Arrive L..8T..Jltl.k..on\.III..SI.15a.m+I\'Iinnuh................. 1.p:! I p.m.. ; spending the season with her. | : : j i ..
Augusta! ............... C.3H p.m. I The afternoon) was de\ot d to anZEa I .
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches, t'htlrieston./ !! .... .. .......... :5.40 p.m. AMERICAN CONSULS PREPARINGTO I AMERICAN TRIC IRONFOR .
Electric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room I :: \RCahhfn'Itou! III :::::::.:::::: N:9iau: : ::::: bridge and tea. There were five .. ConcededTwo

Bleeping Cars. Dining Cars. Jacksonville | liHltlntore. . *.........lH.H2a.in.. LEAVE DISTRICTS WHERE tables of cards and a number of )ladies :i I
W. Philadelphia.........12.SJ
to New York. '- : New York! ... ..... ...... I 'jO V.1Il p.m. TROOPS REFUSE TO CARRYAID. came in later to enjoy the tea ;i .r

Coast Line Florida Mail. I/eare Jactwnyille..755)} which followed! } the card grim; ; ..

Saviinnah.................1105 p.ni.Arrive a.m. .
:Most inviting refreshm n's
DAILY. Carrying Through: Coaches i Charleston! .. ........ ...5.'"1541.1.,. we.eserved White Help nj
sad Electric-Lighted Drawing Room | "* \V4 Klchmond.hliiKtoH; ... .. ............... 11.50 M p.m. ST. PETERSBURG, Russia.: Feb. } in the diw'ng rcom and ths';: :' $3:75 .C

&:!1eepingCars. Jacksonville to New York :: Kiltlmon-, ......... I.:''Ua p.m..ul. :28! -2,000 persons are dying everyday and the other rooms we.e tassU'fuMy : ; The Prim
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\V. Philadelphia '
Btopgat Meal stationsLocal \ .. 3.l.1n.1i. Fa In i Ht-am bat
\ .. . of the Bubonic plague at Paichuan ,
Sleeper Jacksonville to Savannah New York ......... 7.13a.m.: decorated with beaut'ful branches of 4 .
: Liuitz, 50 milks: north of Ha,.bin. .
swamp maple with the delicate: ne v'combined SameTH
Best Trains to the West. .
The city will soon be depopulatedand
fora!: ige; : wi.h hai.dsome .
: J JB.UCpm all other cities in th l.tidnty: ..........1I .I
I ro.E.'s. These the Standard and
No. Et. South Atlaatic Limited No. .' 4. 'tY1 d 5y Moot I '. Route, 57 cud" I are being devastated. The American: : are Laundry Irons are

consuls are preparing to flee the \, for sale byThe i .1.1.1el.rr I
k.liput xipm' JIt.k..II'IIIf6..Ar 7rlni country. .
k l.JI4am \r.. ... \tlltnta. .. .. 1.v 1l.2.. 'il'1II '' ...5Ultlll.\r )lolltJ.lIll1'r.: 1.\ 6':11/1'11I I l .
+ 11..0 JlOIr. ...IAluh,IIt..I.v! 'I k.'ttun I 12.111: pili. Ar. I.irwtaghatu..I.v :Ltlll'lII Starvation is aJd'rcg: to the! horj j .

8.t5 IJJ6alllr.pili Ar..... liulixnal.tdis..I.l'lu.Inuatl .1.\V',: 't.l 1.III+Iaul 8111 !1.-1411'11I 1.1u+ aw \r.\r.. tHIII'lIlt::suh'III..: .... 1.S.UIIIIII LH.2t1l1ll: rc>A5 of the situation: and even government 6 IN M YORK STAlL 1 Schantz Electric Ice r :
I.JOatUi f"..II'plII' 7.t+.I4IHIIIr . Io\1.IA.ul.. ..... I.,'. O.IVp1.1. troops are refiiti'ng, to enter: I t I I i =
Ar..chil"UgO.\// fl.ykunlAr..t; ....... d./I'IU!! the stricken district. Every: effort i is i : ..
I'o fit.'I Disie Flyer Route I o1:)'. No. t I'=!. j Seminole Limited No. 1'.1.' being made by the government to FOLLOWING IS AN EXTRACT ; and Water Co. lr.a .
prevent a spread of the pague: and i I
-I' I 1:16 --, valiant work : FROM A LETTER JUST RECEIVED !k ''
Is being done by some i t4w
'.: pm Lv .Juek..oivtllr: . Arl ""IItlll, k.lopm.. .Lv .lackunviilr... Ar 7.t4.1uu .....N.NNNNNN..s..M.N...lNNIpO -....N.0.... .
lO.WtpUl Ar..Wryvro. a.N+ uu I+l.ti people who : .
l'lII' \r.'u)c'ro. Iv ;)'l'r 1,411 are pract'oally: sacrificing
7 ((1811r.+ ..... Atlanta . 11.lllpnl .!!''ltlllr. .. .AIIOln v' .I.,' L.!:,ltlll BY DR. P. R. BENNETT. ,,
their lives into the :
to btrick-
8.Ipll 4r..lv'an.1111.: 1"1 fI.HUIl 11':11'1\11I: Ar. Hlrmlng/1II111/ .t.v .. to .
lI.4Hamr..... .hll'HI/O. I'J'iIJlIII 7.I.aal \r .....l.hklll1o. .. I.v. II.I4pnt1-I'plII en district to help those afflictedand OF THIS CITY.Ogdensburg. .
t t. 1anl Ar..tIt.Loufa. .. .. "1c55' pin 1.\11111I. \r..Mt. LouIs..l.v.tLaOpot! ; : prevent the spread of the I ......................................I.-E* : .. .Eiii
For Rates- Pullman Reservations and Information 11 plague. X. Y., Feb. ::3;}, I'.UI.: : .
on or WriteA. t4R ae esr
W. FRITOT. Diyiiioa Pass. Att. W. D. STARK "There has bteu, and :s 10th<' I .
Traveling Pass Att.U8 I Southern .
awfullest weather wi:.i.n the memory I Railway
I ; of the oldest! kihabktuit. The ice . ,. ,

:+......N,.......................................... I is fully three feet thick on the trt,;: et. I NORTH, EAST A WEST 1 1i ..
FORT VOND" CITY PET.{ i and cold: .I--say, we have f:o/en" l Ill a'.l'! .
whJf. r. The dam tiling: hisii't lit up-

tt Cherokee TornokaRiver 1 I even long enough to spit 0:1 your I 4 == Fast Vestibule Trains Daily ==4 _
t I NEGRO MOVING PICTURE SHOW hands and take a fresh hold We ae: ...1.1.l.1.UKI

F 0 Ht positively glad when the f re depu-- I .
ment ie!:* called out. for it KrMu us a 1 .

; :. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. .: ARE NOW PATROLLING .I chaiK-e sid.. to get thawed .out-OJ! oi.e I I: JACKSONVILLE"The ...

: The largest; fastest and only boat at the I THE STREETS. "A r
stopping man just came Ln from the ('( : .
: cabin. try and said that he coidi.'t: M.-/ tllu-I' ; Florida Special" 7:40: a. m.f .
upper *. FORT WORTH. Tex., .b. :1'S: -Tne .
hors' for the driving Sault.: Tinw mlii.couuni The Southern's Southeastern r
i.iy U IfI.L'toJa\ '. The nero moving : Limited" 9:00: a. m. :
i i ; :in: every crack ;l"; tl- i.,,, it 1 I : : Steam Heat
: First-clas i s Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin. : I p.dusho". : which caused ths| ing am! pl.iylim: : 'l anktiN.d'' . < "The Florida Limited" 8:05: p. m. : .

i ii i ........................................................ b.1'" ":IIHI-t n "-.0.-nutriots d 1 iH.-'iuan last*nt'y.night Extra, has pole I aid: doh.. i-r; .-;Il.e, ;: ,rt ;.1:01!; oir: .. I n, j joiie I "The Atlanta-Jacksonville Special" - 8:50: p. in.w e.. 1r I
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: 11[ '., -..-, ,' -'I'I-T I :tl.d! .1 ::s !.e'I\.d; : th-' : . .. . IS
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Steamers U.S.A.AND .. ;0; ." .I '.td I ; . Jay.. : 1' 3n : i. 1 11Palmetto :
0 ; I "II. : I .. . .. Pullman Drawing Room \
The Attractive Way : 11. "' .1 d : t tl\ Sleeping: Cars to Ata )t.bvit1e Cincinnati,

': g :'(j. .. ; .. ,,: .. .. .\ .,'; X Chicago Cleveland Colorado Spring;: ., Detroit. Louisville and Now York. ..

Constitutionare 120 SURVIVORS I \' \ RESCUED[ 0: 1. Y'''. ;1"11 j.. 3 I .. '
II North and West .1.i...r.r.I
t now running betweenDAYTONA FROM) LARGE ICE ME ---.------ i SOUTHERN RAILWAY[ DINING CARSI99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999969 i
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South Atlantic LimitedLeaves and j IIJ.lII t-JlqJu.\ u:" :a \\.1.1 r .11. i H ----- --- i. :.. .I

ALL OF REMAINDER OF 500 of the J hoi i* I>, has la'e y'1.t. -4'v:i I i- .
Jacksonville 8:15 pm. PALM BEACH ed his .P.Llow U-l 1 for out Pi'it tlk: Z City Ticket Office 108 West Bay Street. Jacksonville Florida .

II A solid through train daily SWEPT AWAY FROM SHORE OF ier i hue. Tb s was naturally:: rl':11:i t f c

t For Cincinnati & Louisville 0 Leaving Daytona Saturdays and FINLAND GULF MET DEATHBY ed by the former and Mi. .uty u:4h.: !I .\ t.'"O'.I.\I. I'. A I \t! l;.hK,,.'.:,.I .,.. I'I '. I' .\..I. l u la ".'.//-:1111.-.n\i I . Ha. : He|

Through electric lighted sleepers I| Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. waylaid, her ncrt'Uiit !o\er n\i.l'\ ) :' .itee. e Ocean.Situated It bat]
: bound South. DROWNING. carved him with a kune or ra/or ji /,<
1 To Indianapolis & Grand RapidsDixie .. : are large airv
11 Leaving Palm Beach Saturdays enough to show; him thai ;t \\a" un: r vice is admiral

and Tuesdays at 9:00: m. ST. I'ETEUSDURG, Kussia, Feb. .,liafto taujper with her \OUUK' u:. e4ft. .................9999999999999999999999999991STEAMER ...... : on applicatioi:
i :S-Of the :"Oi: persc'i.ts swept away I Ifrom .'<"tiolls. This little IIl'l! : .al.ta-y: : I. .
II Flyer i bound North. .1 1.........
'I I 0 the fchore of the FinLand gulf] Burred in Midway.:
!I f'rulrrG''ura,:. I 1'0.-1;. '
on a large floe, 120 survivors' -
1 I 0 Leave Jacksonville 8:25 pm.
( were rescued today. The survivors Jacob Smith, reoently: r iu u't; .ii(-(l .:. .1 SWANLENGTH I
: A solid through train daily I REPUBLICwill 1.1.1. .
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I: tell tales of terrible ufft-ring and I'lheotll) News as hat in::; re e.t.ii :

For Chicago run I.. t w. n fighting to keep from being drowned >a souvenir at the Crys-al theaur ami 1 150 FEET
j I i 1 281 TONS. : THE
1 I along 1 : with the :380 men women andchildren I staling that he was a niemU/r of K
I 0' who were swept off the ice j :'P. O. E. lodge No1.. of X-.w York; r
.o: Montgomery+ Route i ii ST. AUGUSTINE to meet death in the water. 'city, is a guest of the Glenn (..t With excellent accommodations and service iighted byelectricity t .: Fresh milk,, ve;|
i 11 Eurl-: in K. I.ruuy! North Beach street in company u .PI t!, I and capacity for sixty cabin passengersis t r
t heaves Jacksonville 8:15 pin.t I I .
I John Ward of Jacksonville: representmg ]his wij'e: and son, Jame. Th.; ." now being operated betweenDAYTONA r
t Drawing room sleeper daily I 1
McCOY BROTHERS the :\I'rthar.tsIint"rli -Mr. Smith's: first visit::;: south and his ., .
Evansville & St. I Ii __ r.1.1s1. .
: For Louis line of j r I
I J 0 steamers was in the city on delighted Florida :ai.d "->l j.ec |

; msi'Dtcs Tuesday. j ally: Daytona and thoikt: LO plait ,
i i b Dining Cara on aU trains andPALM
Seminole could pwible
Limited urpa; th I
s s I..ty
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OuIy rainwater ustd for shampooing a winu-r refuge from the n.'d weather Z
J I For full particulars address SOLID TRAIN I at :Mills': barter shop. J-7S of the northern star-. I BEACH

. T. B. WALKER Fla. Pass. Agent Electric Lighted> ThroughoutllP 1 --- ----- - t
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LouisviJle&NashvilleR.ailroad E. c. TIME i TABLE 1 I American PUo k

and Intermediate Points through the Picturesque Halifax .
El 0 "4.1.114 B.'i M>-Kfc\l> |I..I4 ''''.111 H<"-r. !:. \ :. t 1 1n.7 I and Indian River Route. i ...........

o 118 W. Ba): St. JACKSONVILLE Q .7 U--=tit _U all :I" w.:1.: ... Leave Daytona Thursdays 8:00: a. m. : -
CHICAGO SI. LOUIS I I Leave Palm Beach .
I i Lo::==or=' oJ. '!I', ':,;,1,. lY! 1 13: ;1 I. IC'I '. .;t.. J.J.k...,. ; a ;, -. 1 I I 1 i 8:00: a. m. i :..e......
I ,!:: -v.!|' ;, :I' 1 :SI. I In I"0:1. : St. \II1IAtilw :.j. .! .. .. i :
1 AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. : ::.ii ... : ... 1 1. ,. .... j. I. I ? ,
1.1..0..I.l.I.l.I.1.I. .. Lp. .p II or : i.Li i rOK "IK Kh.lS
"I .. J\.. ',..,,! I. 01, I ..'. I a t ; ;, -.V i I'" -. &p 1 I",, Davt.w : I, I AND STAlhkOOMSASK .
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: GROCERIESat : It.I: !I' r. i .1' . -. .7. .1.1: ,. :; ::,:4 I ,: :1..::,;i 7 : =ap !:t. \\......tnt8ca.h; : .'-.', ,t .. MR. .
1.1. '..I.I 1 . > IM' ).: 111. : I : .1 2 ;111 I..o p .Vj I' MUrrfOnramJ . ? I FOSTKRAGLNT. J Well! t K
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i road! tk-k. t.d.ir' >- This schedule is published as a matter of news to readers of I i $ : AH
i Florida! P'o.. .. ltck; "uv'i: :!> Fi.!: I II Daily News and not as an :Ifadvertisement. I .
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tIi rNEWS Ini'I
i 'f- INDIANAPOLIS Ind., Feb.< 28- I
{ i This section of Indiana is in the : ,'to : -:" SEABREEZE :
ie best kinds of i Daytona, Florida t
grip of a real: Mizzird today. Th" : r FLORIDA : ,
fketly i L LL4'! '.. .
; NOW OPEN ground is covered with stow and the -

e M. V. Van Santefo-d and wife. high wind is making: the weath'-r : Absolutely :
.. A/yZRrw
.i r: L. M. WA-ITE, Owner and Manager. : "'m. H. Loop and Miss Flormce A. disagreeable.: : : :
: Loop of Cohoes, X. Y., are recent arrivals I Fireproof /

at the lIami1'on. .
1 Gnitly enlarged. Cnisjne and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all : TOBACCO SHEDS BURNEDBY 1 '
0 : Now
Open :
: ; Sides Rooms Ensnite. Steam Heat. Every Modern : NIGHT RIDERS BAND
II. C. C. nwelI), Florida: passenger .
.. .'r r Convenience. Send for Booklet. : igfiit for the Illinois: : Central ra'l- LEXINGTON: Ky., Feb. US-Ni-iht : Booking Offices: :

e. J CONCERTS DAILY. : road, is in the ct! y on business: and riders: ; de;;-:TcJ't'd three Li;{ fQbaI,' Seabreeze, Florida E. L. POTTER President .
1 I "K i i.. the : + Hotel
a gast at. Despland. Blackstone Chicago :
age. .1 I,. gammer Address: ATLANTIC. HOUSE Narnifim!..tt Pu-r. l.hodIslaud. : -- sheds belonging to S.ephen Reyio'Usin 1180 Broadway New York W. S. KENNEY. Manager: .

..........4.e4 s I: ,.................................................NNe .I. Rec-t-nt arrivals at Schmilt's.! ho'el Bath county and warned him that ........................e.............................

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.. are Miss JI J Gill. Miss: M A Dunn hid tarn will be cles&.ro (d if he sos -

................ : ..' .i$101 ..N.NN.............N................. Philadelphia, H E poor: II E Day I his field: to tobacco. Reynolds was. .GI.... ..IOO..c.o..e.c.e..tcc ...

Jacksonville F R French and wife, I a'jo: threatened wi h death unless: he I Located in the Most i ;

MPANYLUMBER !. t. THE RIDGEWOOD Richmond, VaV: Stark, Savannah.: obeys the orders: of th" n'At riders. Saratoga Inn Spot on the Halifax .OO.S.'i

i --- JOHN J. McGUIRE Proprietor.
i Recent arrivals! at the City hoe:
: i Ii; E. D. LANGWORTHY Proprietor. THE "HEATHEN CHINEE. TIT E INVITE I INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better in l($
I include II A Lambert, New York
Celllul in Stock : Florida. Table of Ike best of everything ia season. Terms as reasonable as
City A M Clark R L Resister P I
a rBng4 Ave I F And the Cards Bret Harte Wrote lr* I the service will permit, given oa application. Dec. let to May 1st. Phone No. 112 !;
NOW OPEN. i II Pluiumer. Bal more. Md. Thos E
[ALBY Manager. | His Flowing Sleeves. .................................HM..... ..........
I Drown. Urooklyn, J A Kenyon, Elgin; Every one who know American
............. Ill:, J U Dozier; Cairatcn: Ga, W A
I All departments will be managed by white Northern help, i poetry Is familiar with [Bret IIarte'9"Heathen ..I0+...*.+...+...+.+.+.....+.+.....+........O..+OS ..
j Fair, Richmond: "a. J R Thoratcn, Chinee" written in the' early :
ce rn.eeea 1 I selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, znd white : Atlanta, Ga. J H Riff-er. J F Ward, seventies at the time when the feelIng THE BENNETT !

I i I'http; used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : Jacksonville: R F Willis' Quincy Fla. oa: the Pacific: coast ran bib; 1 J\.'"t.T. iNA, 1"1.0 IU It\.. SNew

1 1 against: the mild eyed Celestial ac.1 IIJM I' *<''r'.1.' 'i i ', Ii( --H-IIII Hiii- tinn''"'I'1I l iiinnstt tin. nt nf, \ ll.'imlK.! : '
1I delicacies of the cocked and served the : ,,. . . . .
II I !i with all the season, by voicing that the I.ASK. |''I'.I I '11'1'' } -' T.' 1 1. (It t I i- I'-I! : -- Ili, v l' tnlrl'" mar. Th.- I
.1nong recent arrivals at the Des- ; feeling; by portraying; f. ,, . ,. ., . .
: "1" .1-1..111\ ) :: '.1"' li ;1. ii -.II.l'| -n In n- -i mi.I > '>in Ilk.i t tt
I 1 1 =finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, pland are Mr and Mrs F S Kendal, hero if such a term may be applied to .. ;at t,1110'1,11'.. I I' awl II .' ,i' .. II I'1 : ' ''.I n., i t-Oi., . :r.r Ah Sin as a crafty card cheating 111 plli'I'Kar'F'' : mn' l I" ni.' i .1.1,1- UK II'It nt Apni t
I' Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island N. Y. I E: L'Hritton and wife. New York, Gj: villain who outwits the sharps of Its : Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages Marblehead, Massachusetts. *

i : A liawni:. aid wife, Medina X Y, Ill I California mining .NI........N.. ................... .... ........N... I
S N.1..N..NNN................................N.. Crooks.! Thcs Crooks and wile: Misses 1; camps.It 1
Is -
not generally known bowet'er.tbat
1-:. and G Crooks Hanii'. ion, Ont.1 99999999999999999 93Q99999999999O999999G999999999999THE f fI
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------- the poem Is unique in that it I

sweating over a I Iys 1/1110II.IO11I101.I.I.I..o1.ISIISRI1.ISISI..I.1.I.I.I W S Southland and wife M'ss I.. contains an error which the author ,1 I I i 1 1l
Southwkk. Mii-5 M Souihwick. Ilocatsier I failed to detect when reading the gal PROSPECT l _
| trying to get & THE PRINCE GEORGE N Y.: ley proofs and which survived and
e on time when & : II I still survives ail attempts at correc : f 109 South Ridgcwood Ave. I ?

a ))1' DAYTONA FLORIDA : tion. 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office. !
Among the recent arriva's at the Perhaps it Is the only instancein I
t : Steam Heat.
: Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors _. KidKenood/ are H A Bag wt.e and literature where a grossly patent 'I i I '
I error In the reading of an afterward I P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor. I
? 1 : child, Huntington X Y, B F Coomb: copy -
IRONrons ; : Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. and wife, (Ix' W Cannpil( ::ea! and wife, famous: article, whether proseor .999999990999999999999999999999999999999999999S99Q999t I

II ..' Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. .: Lebanon Ind, Chas: W :Many, BrOOk-, merous poem editions has persisted despite all through efforts:; nu-of ........................ ............................. t
: b'11lrs: A HofheLmer and 'baby Miss .
. Pool' Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. Nell, York l'a. Mhs I \\" Babeeb, NewYork I author and editor to kill It. HOTEL SENECA JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. '
The poem was written while Bret : ITVAI.M> Ill : : :
Steam Heat
Throughout C C DeCaster. wife and
lIarte was employed on a San Fran- .
II I'1 '- Help. in Dinind. Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st daughter' St Paul R W Hockaday': cisco daily and to him was merelya .* ENTIRELY NEW. .. i
and wife, Denver E 11 Bush Columbus : -
: part of the day's work. It tells of a Albert Bennett Proprietor C. R. Bennett Manager }
i I I. The Prlnct-fit-orge I'irrl.the only In ml I UK in I'ujtomi' fcrjM.) Ax-fui-tlnv,, timl 0, II V Rogers, Woodbury Vt. Chinee, Ah Sin who "with a smile :
J. Pafm Beach l IlOath.> Particulars Ith pltnMire.S' : that was childlike: and bland" sat in a : A =Nlff" l'liip- for Niil'" (" opl' -. lion nlfl \Vati r. !strain IInt. nod I'honi' In Kvi-ry Jvi.t.

HoolJI. \ . "". Thr..u,h"lIt.
:Miss :Marie Van Camp, the well game of euchre with Truthful Jam: ?* .fjJfMr. Foster :

f Same Nana ement as THE BRISTOL, Astuiy Park. N. J. : known magazine writer, of Cleveland and BIll Nye. .....................................................

I 1 .111.1.I....111 1 .1.1.11.I...I.I.1 SISI I SISISIISIOrH11 Ohio is a guest at the Prince At a crucial point of the. game: the! .--...--..........-...-...-.-.-.-...-..-.-...-......................
and are George hotel having arrived from a1 artless Chinese plays "c' winningcard ; .
i "which says 1 .1 Janu-s. H H. MANWILLER. Proprietor *
. . . I tour of the lower East: ; Coasit. Monday NEW SEASIDE INN *
I 1IIIQI.10101.ISISIIt1.IO111 C 1 101 I I I I IO1 ISISIS1 the narrator of the- catastrophe, "tlie : DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA
I afternoon aboard the! steamer
same Nye had! dealt unto mc':"* Whereupon J This and select hotel !h been and refirnishcd, T
new 'armly 'as )just : : enlarged
ConsiLitutkm: : of the Indian River j jline.
THE :NEW GABLES Truthful and Nye prowd] to for the.ea'oii 1910-11 t.1 n cot the requirements ot ,its itrownlg t patronage. .
: M'lta; Van Camp has visited II for that heathen "
"go; Chinee. The
:roc kef is'' : Furnace Heat Hot t aJ, Cc-ld! Baths Electric and Gas Lights Call Bells : y
many! other points in Florida! : but : damaging evidence disclosed by Heir
,' : !II : Rates $2.50 per Day and Cpward. Weekly Rates' on ApplicationUMMII.
much with
Ceased Daytona and
Daytona Fla. i jxery rough and searching investigation is .
: I II i \1"! -- !11"11-' I i f./I\/ ; \I.II-.II."I.I: ( ,< \ \. 1.NN I. A"The
;, : I thuks it stirpaests: anything else in' told as follows in the poem! as it was .

-o. I IN : pia", NEW LOCATED.HOUSE.EVERY CENTRALLY MODERN .: I the state. _ J fainted-and has teen printed t'r- ................................. .
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since the initial
..00.eeNeNM 7gt-. CONVENIENCE AND r 1-- I publication: ..............NNN.N'..................NN i
COMFORT. .. .. ..I' Late arrivals at the Wilnier are! In hi? sleeves: \vhlch were l r'Jr.'there were

y ,3awA I Steam Heat Throughout Cook and wife, Boston, )Mass Mrs the facts.

Sharp MipsV. M ferry PhtadeIphia : : In this firm the busy Dret Harte .

/ S. H. MOSELEY. : II J Lj-tle and family: LtndaY'i' let the proofs :go down to the [printer, : High Grade Hcvse.: czferirfi' : 10( the( most Fartjcul.:r ecpIe. Central location. :

I 1 Proprietor. : Canada Phil M Wtlllaui: !: and it was not until some time later : $3.00 ud S4.CO per day-S17.50 and higher per week. :
ilway Montreal C.anada.'m Egger. and that he recalled having overlooked an .
: ...xnuww.... .... .. . 1 Tbv Arlington.Thousand,= IslmulPark. : I 1
s """" error in It. lIe hurried down to the
.uuuuerot W.
1 N= Y. during wife. Bellvue. KY.V 0 Sies: and ,, : Open Novtmber to May. WM. FOLTZ. Proprietor !

EST I I 11111. .. wife, Beloit. Wis, W Meyers a. dr press, but already several hundred ......-......0......'N..........N..........NN..... I

1IIIISIII.I.ISISI.ISISI.I.e.1.1SISI.1.1.1SIS101.I.11. wife, Fcwitoria. Ohio Fred) But' hi and ;r copies had been struck off and were -
being distributed about the city to the 999999999999999999999999999999THE ..99.......999990999909
ralllil '. Miss C Kercher, Mbs ci| i

Daily=4 |; ri111101.IOUISIISIS1.I.I.1I.a101o1.II.I.I.I.a101a1.I.I IOl"Jull.Irs: \Vm Bo'hru, Ceveland. :' morning no subscribers.importance. Bret to( the Ilarte fugitive: attaching I SEVILLE. H. PURDY, Prop. Itt!
(' W Summers and wife Fairfed.iIllinois. ; I .. Florida
; verses, which had merely oozed from I
: bis pen the afternoon previous' made: SEASON. '.
; no effort at correction then. When, 1
i iI Surrounded Grounds the most delightful part of the City I
LLE i I Among the new arrivals aS they; however, the eastern press enthusiastically j [ by Spacious in I
: The guests receive the best: : the markets afford in the dining room and every lItj
: New and First Class : Oaks are Henry J Kanaer! Brooklyn copied it and publishers. : and illustrators i the
I comfort and convenience that a well:\ regulated hotel can otter to public. f :
t Ie l X y, Mrs AV MerrMc Jlrs rang all manner of comic 1 '
.- 7:40: a. m. t. k14.. : George; Humphrey Johns'u, N Y, '; changes: in it he tried to substitute the 99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999990999The :i" :

9:00: a. m. :. : !;Steam. Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells : I, Sunuel I'.i.; It II C E.tstlrurn Turner and and wife wife: Cht"Ia.iue.iaLowdfii. ;tt"l'!" | correct"The Heathen phra" ?. but Chinee"without has avail l persistelIn :guff l ...I.I01.1SISISi.I .I.i06/I.i.i3ISII SI.i.IS1.I.ISI0l1: ,,} ,' 1

8:05 m. U DAY!ON.'. H.A. Under new niana e- r f
: : .C its orisiii.-sl; form uiinb- r
p. :; through r- 1
\\ith without Baths / PhiJade'.phja.:! : Mi.-i s Miriam: Cleveland, .' .
:. Elegant Rooms, or S less editions ever since. : : t-fit. C.i.'i.iHv I I livated: !iood; table :
8:50: p. m. I' ', Ir TU.IKI.: : ", FriiiiklUi.; : Pa. (J I E: liaise. ; t, What Bret Ilarte wr..h.' wns ;t'ld h.' ., -C" ,' .," .'..1 :, ij SIMPSON. 1 !
: W. J.
c.. o 1 K: Sliiy:; and wire: C'-'ve'aiwl.: o, Cko.1:1: ''I::!!" I-c.: ." 1 .1 :, ,," '. Prop. : 'J
I In his l'E'\<'S. whichx -re \long h.' h.nltw : : '
|J: : i ; .. !f': (V., and wife.: E.1I.a!; :i, 0, I 15i : \ :ntj-four 1.tcks. sirs/QO.'a.I.lle'.Im.: > .Cl3al!'..>.I:1i1iaYl: 'l/aaa! .I.IZ st.: ,

I ; 1 MRS.\ I. M. MABBETTE, Proprietor a i \ M 1' /. k. Sokai-; W.ftCt! ('0> Now, in the game: of eiH-hre. :as ail.! J'' i I: f I'

Ashvillc, Cincinnati, = 5 i .1 :.. J u. e, 'Rtn: ? 4't1', :ll. J S fro card players know, the jacks are <-f saoso.teNsocasoot. soSei eoo. O')G..oeo.o t036@ f I I

[sville and New York. s' I,LPalmetto Avenue DAYTON: ; \. 1I.OKIUASCHMIDT'S ) : :. .ml I v. :iiV. .\i.t. Aii !t. Mu'iay, grt"at'ulu,', and the stutiiug! ,.f numberless :

I 'f.' i N-A Yivk Cty.:: J A S'y' .: ad; wii'- : jacks up his Hawing; ;;' Il.'l.\ t..... j THE AUSTIN i U'I I 'I I r

Ii 0111111..ISIISISI.ISISSI.I.SIII.1SIISISSII.1.I.I.i.I. i 1 i-t.: -v, i FLi. as the [IH>et intended to sing; should IV !t '

NQ CARS I1 i ,'-' .- I ----- great astuteness on the part of AhSin. f OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DA:TC A. FLORIDA : t : ; _
: -: =
: -- J:1
The uncorrected error of the (. .11I. 4 i 1a-;

q.................I.I.I.I....1.II.NI.I.I.I.I.I.I.I. :\ v-ry at the enjoyable Saratoga ell Inn{,- "last* paM evening y was'held : I....'.'itor who( set up "p-'u.'ks" instead: of | G V.;. SV.'AN. Proprietor. et rll'
---1 "
"jacks still left enough of sense t.<> Electric Lights and Call Bells. Steam Heat, Hoi and Cold! Water 1999099099999999999999949944999999C999999999999990909
i: i All the quests sat at '.he tables: :; which 1
( Florida HOTEL i pass muster when! embodied between
cksonville, : were placed in the pretty parlor j jaur.d the COli tex t + f I Ic

u K. I'BTTIT. i !5 Henry Schmidt Proprietor Daytona Florida : : the frasrauce! of sweet: orange j jblossom The iKx-t. after years of fruitless endeavor --- -- -- - -- J a t.

11' .\.. Jarkkonvlll-, Fla.99909999999999. : Situated on the ban): of the Halifax': RIVCT. :lose mile 'from Atlantic : L )*;;. M. V. Van Santsford ofi i finally gave up all hope and ... .NN..NNO....NNN..N..N.999999..... m
r t.Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms r C.bot'tla...<; fortunate to win? f'r-t'| resigned himself to the butchered read- I.a. I I0..18. i

\ '. are large, airy and nearly all have sunny exposure. The cuisine and ser- prize and Chas. D. Bet-kwith the coisolatkm : Ing.-New York, Times.A i THE PINES MRS. D. J. CUMMINGS, i : 'r ''

2 lice is admirable. Rates, $3.00 per day and ur-l. Specialties: 5 Burning Answer. : t
: pa application. : Mrs. Mary Driscoll of Brooklyn won An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct I 'I !
"An abstract Is the of ; .
1'H11111.I.ISISISIIJI) .1.I..I.I..SUI.IS.SIII..IIIISlIISHIII lira! and! S. Corey of Saratoga.; N. Y.. : noun name of the Iii.1 t ;
supervision proprietress.
something; <>f which we can: think but I I ,
WAN1 the fluctuation! A. .1. juaekenbush: : whih we cmii"t" tot1' said :i t.9r t -her Soutb Ridgewood Avenue DAYTONA FLORIDA. :: :t:; :
of Srbnertady, X. Y.. was timekeeJ> I ,
to a pupil' [ (:he nu an example.: : 1338 .I k
.1.I.I.I.ISI1o1.I. IIISI.n..I.I.I.II1.I.I.I.I.Ir .. '' for the games, while great credit isl I ".\ redhot pwker. sir-: London} T'!- Same management, as the 'Nt: :Magnolia,, Anbury i Park :N J. I :''j.,j Z .

due Mrs. Chas. I>. Vincent and Mrs. Blta.. 99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999The ; '
V )NS. I THE MAGNOLIA 113CSoutliyide Avenue. :1 (:'has. It. x-kwith.' who made! : arrangimeiitti I - -- J I,I.: it t
I It for the arty. A Bargain.
i I
[ vice, lighted by f {I. and $12.00 week aodfup.J ; : i 200 REVOLUTIONISTSARE 8.kfd:! Mr*. Juries f
: day upi; per '
passengersen .1 TAKEN PRISONERS. I "Gladly." raid .?.>'?..... re
: MRS. CELESTE HINKS. Proprietress.THE -. write n 'b"' :x for. !S''f..r' !i lie knew' Comfortable: I K<.x>nis Rooms Only Modern Couveuieu'e'I I 't1 ..I

.101.; 11111I1SI.II'I.I.I.I.I.I.1.I.I.I.....I.1...IIIP .. bundrt'dJtx.I'au I"Jl'GLAnz. ,IiisurrwU)F'vb.h. ;- ha\e Two
;_ U-en captured; 0:1: th" front.er: ju)>, i' I know I.f "I'D !rl': \\i-rth. but That 312 So.'Palmetto'Ave: Daytona Fla. I Steam Heated Rooms 11 Orange Ave I ' '
1-- artus the t.'t.I.T.! Kj\; <>f The K{.-\- tranquil t-in'M-: '- \\li.d I I 'l.riv: <-< dangers : t
,ndH .: ,...............H H................................: olUTlolJ :;:o. wear: ki'ld' wlr1."t.t! : r',".' TI.-. "ttll..luu. --- - --- -- -- - - i f iN fI
>> ;:
: : :
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: : : The HARLAN Lake Helen Fla. : : Tit '

:f.' DA TTONA, FLORIDA. I''i ROCKLEDGE HOTEL and COTTAGES I'i f _, THE. \ ,. ?, : !L: \ \
, : : : II
rA aad
aeriCIIi Plan Always open New Ownership Management : CAPACITY 200. ROCKLEIMJE. FLORIDA ... .. I ... '
I 1 : Renovated and Enlarged Good Service : 'i 'I 1' tII I !.. I I-"li.-ni, :: Itiv r. aiii'.i-t ;a 1..tIH.. :: (1''t1,1:' _'I''k. KKKK: 1' \< 1I. M/ F' I: i : : ," ': r:.,: -', .'. :;':" ... : .':':I. :':,.' '.1,',,:: .' 'I i\1\ r \ *&
.. . . . ,... .. ,_ ,, .
I,1' 1. h-. 111', Ii I i'll's .l'1 1. I" i1' 111.' 11/11'1. : : : Hi. : .I II ' I I'n.' ' I '" ' 1 !Ml 1. II }
[ turesque Halifax ", Management H. C. F. DOHM.THE I4._ H I'J ..I'. ....11(.. q..., "' ,'_: t.'. II..f..J 1 il"r! ,.::. I .I.rl., .' M '. .. .If r j '" iI i- 4*'
:: , , ... ., , '. ', """ sI .
1 IG: in. : '71.1! 'ult'.x'h.u"ix1''t': ? : j"
I.'nr n
N............IHN....NN NN NNNN NN........ I.KKN}: .\\ i II I !TE: !II It-.l I' ,K\i. I.I'.1' t ".J 1 t..-.' "' 1 ,\ .. ', : 1 sX-.Mr.: Foster ;Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Abrams Props. J ji,. 1 I

8:00: a. m. I ..: : .I.."U in!! N i' ....,"M. MI,!-:?, M'... j F.I.I. .. ."'' '.... ''.,.'n' ;\1,1.: .. .. ,, -.- \' I II ..................................................... I.t i ;I'f!f !: i f 11r

:.t, ......a.HN..eOM..M.( .ti 7i N..s.1.1.... t I
8:00: a. m. i I I N .............n...................................: ..3..NQttt...t1 Od @Q."-' o tNOi t/0+1'tt.bZ: 1 ti...N.. t0 i e.N ':,' j .
J' .

Ms ii i ii I:. PALMETTO : HOTEL INDIAN RIVERROCKLEDGE. I '1"114.I': DAYTONA, 11.01:1)I) I ; ts \

) Hotel Indian River Co Plop, ,<
Tit) IroNA. ii |;;Well Known and Popular. D. YTC:NA. FLORIDA. : "..", ." u ' "...I''a''S' i I l I.\\ \,1:1.I M \\I\I1, l-.. I'. . a. !I'I 1 i
., . j.
I' ;
i Overlooking the Beautiful Halifax River. : I: t .,J.. '' . I .".. ". ..... ", :,,, '"I'I." -1 .' .. . ,\ urn: ...1.1'" E ..A..N.NXNK: I I ;
,. ,. .. .l.. ,, . ". .., .., .1 I
i| A Homelike and Comfortable Hou,.c. FirrCla ia al1RcFect: '.! 'I. p. "1'1' III ,.!.l "?' .r In. '" .1' AMI'lL,... .11'1'1.1 ."I' "I'lKt.sni... ,. I1141IK I |
'1..r i.tlnn porn'-' T"UUI'.hUr.: 1'111'.1- ': fl I I It

. .....Nf .. D L A "W. H. WOOD. Managers .... MM.............. .""........"..MNC....... I ,t 1
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: ::" '" /i ; RffiW HORSE CREATES ZANONI FINDS 1RDERER I Flower and Tree. ORMOND ON 'IHE flies
;r ? J ')-f {i 1 i ; i -Hg1F !? ;

III FCHAS. {( N 9)R'''; 1:? I The morning; :glory; blooms nearly all -----.J
: fJl) qr IWL ..'.: TEMPORARY fXClIf lfNT. I TEST AT ST. AUGUSTINE.' the year round la southern California.; MOVD, !'inf Daytona U 5 miles,,I # DaB

== == .;;.,.., i I I II II I 'I The white or. pa IIIt.'r: birch tree f 1-5 "-.1 on the west Drive t
= short !lived. .\tIll age: when the white : f the Halifax:: o loursinfluen
II I cedar, for example. Is Just t beginning: 'i.. location: \

QLABREEZE and DAYTONA t WRECKS CARRIAGE JUST AFTER EVENING FINDS BODY AND I to lay on rueful nmnl the paper' birch n permits SfnitTo

F. S BEACH, two enterprising and DAYTONA /1 I has [passed its [irlme and) Is: ready for ::.r.ilnagean sanitation; : d; Vayl
progressive towns on the Hali I TURNING INTO VOLUSIA LOCATES MAN WHO DID THE decay. I markerish j
BEACH elevation: Is sa11 -
BURGMANITHE! fax Peninsula, are geographicallyone Aloe leaves: haTe stn.n; fiber tine j > and Ideal for Ormond
P although incorporated as sepa- PHARMACY I AVENUE KILLING.A I' fur rope and the juke h: used for soap i :'ntr homes. A hand.
; rate municipalities. The towns par I
: or made into liquor like <'Iller.n i ij I stile! bridge con 1n .
allel the peninsula north and south ALout: o'clock Monday afte nocu supposed murder had taken rT f. dil,. may
REAL for distance of from three and one- James F. Dobbin I place: j aloe takes long years to grow, sometimes I i.-cts Ormond witb o\.r that nen COlt
a a horse owned by Lee Kingston escaped secreted, weapon Jrmond Beach. l''urt'! ynslcat( enterprise ; we i|
ESTATE half to four miles, and extend east ProprietorDAYTONA i was hidden and the I I seventy J ears. It flowers once i t'lub house 11 .tile
BEACHEverthlng supposed murderer 1 Many tine homes a DI
of !) from him as he ears atout to I urn now but
and west from the surging Seas and dies. ltopPtDt creatures, we
also hidden. its maintained oither n Just .
MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Usually tie the animal in front 0: the Con I j .. side of the ut BR1TTo3 across the nCo. ws LYOUTOFE.salesman .
River, the beautiful tide water Carried In a First Upon Signor Zaconi's arrival at St.
i Recent Inventions. Uvi' most of them .
Store r
Class Drug 80GB...
FOR that sets them apart from rad grocery ca South Beach street
I stream Augustine, he was bIndfodtd: : by a i surrounded by sub- known j
; with which they have close Our Prescription and whetujng about dashed the I
SEABREEZEflUUftlKUIODSEl communion Daytona by means of three Department is Complete up I committee. coasLb: ng of General Fes-I[ A new dining room chair has a seat roplcal flora and LEGS AND A
in very street witin lone owner in pursuit on!Iter
and other prominent ihrubb.rl'beslde4lrltt1'
bridges, as well as a half-hour ferry RespectPhone1 St.ugtJa- that lifts to form a hIgh chair for a CALL OX
) foe and tensive and willA
service. |* I tine citizens.: jOn j child. | orange OR WRITe TO
P.... 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are I Some white man attempted to sopI'he leaving the stjuiou Zanoni,:' oth-r. citrus fruit FLY IN
A wire support to hold a watch > >
]; r t s.
-essentially...-.- ...nd s.-summer raVn4, and Tinndreda winter re-of,I.. horse but the effort ony: increased bpi.ldfoded: led the committee to.. right when placed on a flat surface j Ormond has many MACON I ITllORNTO SNAKE. THE T
: ''' -those BRANCHNICHOLSON the animals speed and left the sheriff, then to the cou.': of tt..e and which may be folded against the t Ittractlon.tex l- WILL F!
friends among HOME
new every year
SONNTAG who desire to escape the discomforting the man .sprawling; : in the roadway. Alcazar, where the pstol: was hidden J case when carried In the po-ket Is a I'at automoblllng, i I OF

extremes of beat and cold, and &: Just south of Voi-'sid: avenue, al in iJiie; bushes then he led them
INVESTMENTCOMPANY their hotels and boarding housesare colored man succeeded Par grasping, I;I xect to the stable; where the Cody i Indiana genius has applied the pleasant boating,drlres.and many ORMONDIF WHOSE PREMIS

now receiving splendid patron- FEED AND LIVERYSTABLE the rear of the surrey to which the I I wt s hidden in the h
age from of tourists.the most discriminatingclass horse was a'jJached: and dragged: lum-i! old fort wheie he discovered: the gas fixture, with which a lighted burner I, located the largetote IN TERE8TID PROPERTY One-half the

The ocean itself, with its marvelous self in but could not stop. the hone murderer then he showed the way may be moved to any point along I:' l Ormond and ORMOND08 13

Desirable beach, hard as macadam and Prompt All Orders Attention Given as one of the reins was massing.: the murderer comm.tlltd: the crime I! the wall of a room.Consumption. 'a lesser! sister, the ORMOXD BEACH fifth the energy

locations in smooth as a floor is the greatest attraction The animal turned west on Vo'-u-: by :striking the body three. times on I' -- I Irettoa Inn. Thrn"r U" Win Gin Tour up the back ran!
Careful Drivers I > occupies a
any part of seem to,have although entered earth into, air a and combi-sky Faml'lar' .lth Road sia avenue' and just beyond >Jhe corner -!;I the head, the murderer confessed -II' of Coffee. .0 ltlon overlook- Business AttentionORMOSD! Prompt

SeabreezeOffleos nation to enhance its every charm. the vehicle struck a glancing Uis; icnIy:; one of Signor Zanoni's i The annual of coffee \4: the Halifax,and
The beach is the famous automobilerace E. A. BRANCHReal blow against a touring car on the, woaderful Ub-s.: Come to the Diytuna In consumption the chief !he latter has as Its What
i per capita consuming outlook the
course where every world'sstraightaway Estate south side of ,'Jhe: street and a few I theater
( Thursday
Evansville, Agent even ng and countries Is given as follows: Netherlands kant beach and the
Indiana: andSeabn'cze record has been made, Beach Cottages feet further on rotidt'di'h: a palmetto -| you wt'l hare the chance: of a life 17.0J pounds; Belgium, 13.00 broad: Atlantic. J A CARNfU
and all these reccrds it continues to
Florida a t'pt>c1ultySELDEN'S
hold without rivalr-. tree which freed the hone of ..inie of seeing the meet wonderful pounds; Sweden, 12: pound; United Besides the broad" FLA.

The beach has a width of 300 to everything but the harness and I p-ychological tests ever demoLsirat- States' 10.03 pounds; Germany 7 ,mooth bench there Manufacturer of

500 feet and can be used from two 1 shafts. The co'ortd: man w.n'.iron al I ed. pounds; other countries, l less! than Germany. !r-. many drives: for Pure Home 1Kade ..

LI BURDICK hours after until two hours before I I out when the surrey struck the tre,,", j Zanoni has been secured wt.h coa- ; rrta..es around and automobiles Or-- GUAVA JEUIMARMALADES 8yIT
CONTRACTOR high tide, thus giving an average of DAYTON,3 EACH 1 but to have I
appears escaped injury.The :
deralle drr; II niond drives
cUty and K :e hoped to and
and I
BUILDER seven or eight hours for automobil- I I ANfl would be
Cottages a specialty lug some part cf each day. Dry Goods, Shoes, I horse continued wejj en0- that the people will appreciate: th' 'hrou h groves! of TROP.CAL )
Estir..atesfurntshed Seabreeze and Daytona Beach each Men's Correct liisia: avume to dgewoul and turte,1 efforts of the mauageaie.i Ponce Park r o I Ides oranges ; PRESERVES a protetj
All.Work (}uur- Wear I IAc.ro"t drives through trop Special
nnteed.Seabreeze have a permanent population of approximately noith on that avenue. When near Ueserved will: It : Attentloa to
seat .
fromThe I plait on 1 ii- vl forests to Hpunli Family Onus well!) mon
,Florida 1SGO. Sanitary ordinances I H usldn Ina I' Day street the her e e.tcou.ntt: 'red sale: at lluukms'Vtdi.e.sdav. n oiu.us: : g. Coronado ruins; drive to BIOMI.T. AWAU* "T,
are strictly enforced, streets Bridgeand : Pun-American Ei: the
''I Clyde Spring riding hit; bicycle and ---- thancient! Cause.
and sidewalks are well\ kept, and I po..ltlot-Bulfao:
streets fast m trying to pass hum let', giving: Ir.1 j RECEPTION AND BAZAAR. '! '* iy built by slaves \\et India I'lpod': Relieve that it c j
I new are being opened as .
V. C. GRANT as the increasing: population de- :, A. VAfiDEVORD I ; Spring an api>ortunity 'o catch hia: I *1he L'oard of Supervisees: of tl'Dajtona I .r'>plant', :and rs drives of I lon to,..: ouhlnna tton-c'harl"stol1 Purchase TECT fIERI: (

PLUMBER mands. Besides hotels and boardinghouses ('nntractorfor I which he dd: and turned the animal Injiiotrul 1 .: school} will hold New SmyrnaYACHT ''!'i plantations ofa K x poMtion, +Xouij:
think that
"'atpr. stt'Rin Broil there i* ample cottage acco- MASONWORK i over to Harry Br-U'tj to r,turn o. 'heir annual rcceitou: : and bazaar a' II I j pit.:>.lesettl.Tlio '- not :

fins KittingI'hono modation for .ill winter visitors in I 01 All Kinds. ,. Mr. Kingston. Tho scr.t'). siuaineJl| the school; art Wtdne&daj, Marih 1, I '* .+e places are renete to our Haw. now

1S5-2K both towns. I Concrete Curbing, I a broken wheel and other d.mia e in'!j 1 from 2 to 10 p. m. Hich department : .with! the intert uIoJO6RoYEORANGES(: [ in securi]
I'\ldn"ul\ ,<'U. of r country
n. YTOSABPACHFLOItI : I !Southernirultsawl
All the attractiveness of Seabreeze the impact with illie trie. Tlu! 3u:0-1 i wril have an exhibit. Var.ous: fancy '
applies to Da-tern: Beach, the two I[ I II mobile was:: not damaged bet end the iUnding iirt.cle3: and refre: uut-l.- Ij: \\ t.1 Le oas : RAMBLERWednesday On 'o?the! most. In- certainlv be \.cr;
towns being so similarly situated. [ of the mud guard: and the *s : 1"r,' ding of these: andGrapefruit A FAR MOR

PINEHURSTPeninsula The developneat, of Daytona Beach [FITZGERALD i! scn.piag ot the ruining boad. I' sale.This work is to uplift .J-e negnrace > I t plantations:. U. at theh AS THE NAVY
has been fn1! :" phenominal as its ,. i.iw.itfs of the -
& 1 and make them self-re'iaLt: and II 4 )
lbrivoDaytona sister on the north, aad each i I \ II tlifat' and known OF AMERICAN
year I
Beach Livery( Stable TropiiotorI'm nfralJt I d( .uI>rortiJlg. As it U carr.ed: oa Best Grown '
there is a str ,tautial: growth. The : I GATES I .i. Moundicrove. It ZONE, IS THE
we shall have to cast him. iIurptiy.lie's Grove on St.
I Antras-
MotJ :almost: "
( entirely by
< rn 'onVl'l1ltJnbrt's. great sand dunes have been \"oIUtlt.lar) sat scrip t It on1 of the flnestnrv71'rovesonthe!
Rites leveled tine Automobile AND MORE ESP
bl.*. and handsome homes have been I LAWYERS i about worn out. 11 Lion a large attendance is hoped for.Plantation Istl hold iiI Miles
Murphy I wad not be sajh.: lh.it: March Ki-t: "'ont of Florl- North of WE HOLD PAN/
H. Freeman built for both winter and all uieodits: will be furti'ohed HOTEL ORMOXr
year- Daytona. FU.I Barrio the weakness he has in the I J i and U amid very
: round occupancy. i! I: : at iu'xrva's; by the M-Jiool. I OF THE PEACE
legs nn' that touch of catanu-t. forb- pretty surroundingsIuun.lrove
I Gilles Dock 9:00 Bee, Knox rna. GIFTS. WE NEE
-- -- a. m. \ is
of me sttgeers.'tis I oaroaj.
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A Bad Egg. i;1 South Bridge 9:10: a. m sh: l\.ytoB.-y hat Beed Compae-'l f ROUTE WHICH
for the
:***********k**************H#*"*',..,.," ,...." .. i! funerals a grand If 'twere horse not he'd fur the l e color! of "He has tricked uie for the last i I Augustine BfLOW PO+tomce'f

Promptly executed at >J i I *ini.-I.vs. a ulll'r. time."What" Is I his latest Several Hours for Fishing at 'I ST. THllM
I I Fine J Job b P rOJ.u'ryr9 for such protect
Printing g Gazette News Office. I Cncle A Flood of Ink. "He boruvvi-d my revolver ostensi I! Coronado Bridge. .i winds and along

Sam's Finely executed
: printing office in Wash bly to commit :suicide and then went
... i ington: uses some tweut}'-fuur tons of I I and pawned it." Lwuwvllle} Courier- 50 CENTS ROUND TRIP.I JobPrinting at I Europe.
ill ..." " " " " : printing !Ink yearly. Journal.; Ralph Nutting Manager. I this office.

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W/r MtiM f'Ni'J W :r.YNNNNNNir<<.jWi'lWlfflVffliWj WasTe

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Choice Port Oraoe River [ root Property


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

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

Improvements being made on all sides of property. .

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C-0[ 0. 1:1. t seven day. in .

I I i 1:1 ..diiibi] 1:1 AXD SODDF

I f, -. ii I I : i Rent to church

: 13 Ii 12 ;;. to I I j 7 eight Take hours hun a a':

Attractive terms will be made a

1 to anyone buying to build on ; I i Lot 1 200x346, $1,100. forming changes him habits

'iJ 1 any of these lots. ). I I'I i Lots 3 and 4, 79x346;each, to people who a|

These prices will be maintained 3 I I I ; $750 for both or $400 each. on the Xo more Mount s rl

f for thirty: days, but we Q ,I I Lots 7, 8, 9 JO, JJ J each \\luld have 8:1"

I food

reserve the right to raise them I 79x346, $300 each. PEASED and bo 0 ha I,

'' after that time. I Lot 12, 100x346, $3 ,..0. If:AND PRVlIhungrv (tiersaid 1

1 2. Lot 13
4 5 5 $400. and leer

How to 8-
When Sir; IUd 1
1:1 I I 13 the Dainty was

1:1 I I;:] It caught fire an
i CaPe from tlest!
told Ly J..lw it!]

AdlUfl".rI," uas .

I HALIFAX RIVER thal1kt"ol a luark ,r tUllllsll
I to .? ,

; Address E. F. OATES d.fleet.!. fined n.\I II;;;:...

Secretary PORT ORANGE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY "takt'u IhuuI.1! t I"\\. ,,

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t. flles;; In a, House Are as r Plans The most desirable residential .
.ON.THE.HALII' Are Already Under Way
A.1( '.it. Dangerous as Rattlesnakes. : Fine Lot t lot in the city, facing east :

Die Ii miles'Deytoua I L For King George's Coronation 110 ft on Ridgewood avenue; !

: .. ,.-, By Dr. WOUD5 HUTCHINSON: of New .... i
York. 396 ft
... 110 ft on First street; !

on the. the Halifax wed nve to o. ... '0 longer to i be dismissed with a contemptuous "shoo," but ant : for f S aie in length, covered with stately Y

location \ influence to be reckoned with Vie; rro ._. live oaks flowing well :
: permits Straight a the fly is a hustler from F N ; large ;

.ralnageand i 'way back and I he distributes samples of pestilence ; water piped to different parts :

sanitation; To ;t >f of grounds ram for raising large cemented bed :
a11011 1. marked D. 0. D.-DEATH OX DELIV'ERY-with a laish'hand. \'- ,, ; water;

d ideal IU0 rmOD d for plants; two and a half blocks from depot and p stt
r. ;
I A I sr
homes. office.
; We admire, him for his industry and.1 business kf , .', :
)rldge conond trvntewdh ; v may pertinacity < '
: .
rr and with over tbnt new ,. ..:.... .. I : :
love him # . ,
gOlf we even -lukewarmly of ,
Beach.course. Musts at the fcatfrprise; may -as one God's :>' .. .
fine homes Club house features but had BETTER WIPE HIM f .\ : .+ .: I
Just I ant nQW atoppln'intained j we GENTLY BUT FIRMLT : .: !i EDMONDSON & DONNELLY i
on across
aide of the liS BRJTroS!: IN!( 1 OUT OF EXISTENCE just the same. He is the best traveling : ,;/; :: <<< .. .

dod od of by them IUb- Oot. .Booth' ..Salesman known-CARRIES A GRIP ON EACH OF HIS SIX i tLa :, j S.0.....0.0.0..............M+ N .N.N101NNN0

nora andrybealdea A TRUNK IN IllS HEAD. His line of "::' ::": --- --- --

'orange and CALL OR WRITE ON TO .;=""le"nsive" and will. last from, time to eternitv. samples it ex- ":.::.: :! :'': ::: !T ; :.:. .....................BOIVI.* ................S.aafS..t..

ltrua trait <: FLY I IN THE HOUSE IS AS : Do want to buy :

' baa many i ion. NAKE. THE TIME WILL COME WHEN ANY MODERN CLEANLY a rent t property in :


skiing. safe . .
and man, ORMOND WHOSE PREMISES ,A BROOD OF FLIES IS DETECTED WILL BE : ,&:::,,. .. ., : SILVER BEACH : : We have the cheapest :
WAY best.
and the :
and Beach J JI :
d the large IN INTERESTED -3. One-half the money wasted on fly traps and window screens; one- : : I ,. . .
PROPERTY IN I \i/ $7,500 buys one of the best residence -
., 1
rmond, and ,.. .. : Extending from :
ORMOND ORr |fifth i the energy squandered in slapping and profanity, would clean I ...., .\.,. ,...... . .. .,' ;; <''"" Ave. Completely : '
alster the ORMOND BEACH I : ::'.::,>:);;.'" . '."'.. _.'."" .....,.... '.,., ..'.. .:; . .. ..;. .wl : River to Ocean : : on Ridgewood
Inn. The Jlp wm Give Your r op the back yard and' wipe out the fly. I ::.. "': *="* : : ) : furnished and located on :
occupies a Business Prompt \e- I t : : i : corner lot. Call on I
n overlook- .. a .
{aUfax,and Attention I : FOR SALE OR:RENT : .

'r has al Its 'M'hat the United States Must i ,; .. .. : M. L. Waggoner : i

tlantie.act the and magnl-the J JASCARk1i1 A S Do to Protect Panama i :. BINGHAM 1 & THO t IPSON S1 l :: .:. Office People's State Bank. ...

I the brood OR1IOND. FLA. I ......151...1i1...... .............I.I.I.IS.SISl 1,
beach there Manufacturer ofl' f Canal. ."
drivel for Pure Home.Made .... '"

s around sad aato Orrtvestoand- GUA V JELLY (l By Rear Admiral CEORCE W. MELVILLE. Retired. :.... rrtJlrlJh I''I''Nffl.WNtWNW'WCONRAD.OATfS i iIJ '

MARMALADES AND: T would be an excellent thing if the government could establish a t x' : .tJj.

oranges groves of; PRESERVES TROP.CAL .1'i a protectorate over Honduras of the sort that has worked so I REALTY TITLE I 1
I r. .
roughtrop Special FaomUy Attentl Orders Q to \ well in Santo Domingo. I am unable to speak ex-cathedra ..;.,: '.:: ,
,1s 10 Spun- $ :: '" '
t; delves to eaus ..w.an.PanAmerican. Ex. on the matter, for I have no inside: knowledge of it, but I : !....- I
lent Oauk'-! . F't
It by sla.es Rest posltion-BUlTno India Expoyl.erg I. Relieve that it could not but PROMOTE HARMONY AND PRO- AND INSURANCE CO. INf.
tion-Vharh S
of long atop ,
J drlvt't to
ExpoJltlonMt.Lo .
ti r
stations ofle ; do not think that any port in the country would be of any great value GEORGE V. will be crowned June 22, and already' preparations! CONRAD BLOCK 'PHONE 128We
settlers, KING the ceremonies are under way aud the spring; social season Is to
that hold Panama. But its for this
now we advantages
to our
{laces are reththelater- navy unusually! pay In addition to the two Mate dinner parties in
MOU 1 1d I1 DGROVI E country in securing something like stability in Central America would<.1 connection with the coronation, at which all the royal and distinguished
liouthern guests will be entertained King George will give number of offer
flow'rs. i.certainly be very great. ; a private: beg to the following
ORANGES at Buckingham palace to his more intimate friends. The London
the mod tnof :
these and A FAR MORE IMPORTANT AND IMPERATIVE PROJECT, SO FAH'AS I police are considerably: agitated over the i'oil>ility of anarchists; making, an from our list of t

on.hatthe THE NAVY IS CONCERNED. AND, INDEED, THE PROTECTION outbreak during! the coronation, as London will be full of monarchs and members -
.115 of the Grapefruit- I of loyal families. Heretofore the anarchUts have not been molested in
and known Best Grown England under a tacit agreement' that they were to Perpetrate no crimes there,
It ZONE IS but cmflne activities
dlJrove. Gro"eonRLAolus. : were to their to oilier countries. The roure of the royal
r the nnt-it tine Automobile '. AND MORE ESPECIALLY THE DANISH WEST INDIES. NOW THAT procession on coronation day was recently made public, and speculation: in
No. 124 -.t,$00 will furnished
roveaontbe Road l'MiIti buy
of WE HOLD PANAMA AND WILL CONTINUE TO HOLD IT IN SPITE seats along; the way at once t)(>came a.tln' Some rooms that command a
Est at FlorlnOTEL ORlOXl't good ,"If'ot the route are held at $'.!:UiO) for the day, single; seats' sell at $15: house on Volusia avenue, four bed.
I each, and It Is expected( that competition make It possible for a desirable room and bath, five rooms on first
rove It GIFTS, I' window to bring:; Ti.KiO.). The (picture above Is made from the latest photograph floor.
ton". on8ced Com Pae ar--f' : ROUTE WHICH LEADS TO IT. of the man for whom all this pomp, ceremony and !splendor have been
road, BULOW po-otomc", I I devised. It shows clearly! the facial expression of England's; titular ruler. No. 10?-$1,300, five room furnished .
ST. prime importance
: house, one acre of land, Holly Hill,

for such protection. It lies right in the path of the northeast tradeltiinds I 1 l t"m T7c'T Troili day To u"ay slut from fruit tree.

Finely ex- and along the course vessels take in passing from Panama to SHIRKING JAIL WORK. 1 year to year: defying: all efforts of No. 119-7 acres land, 300 orange, a

i !! persuasion and resisting! all unpleasant peach and persimmon trees, 6 room .
Printing ecuted at Europe. iI!I Bidwell, the Forger, Was a Championat i coercive measures! devised 1 l to make: him dwelling, $2,000.No. M
this office. Malingering. i i work. When I KUW him at! l Rirtmoorat
Malingering; Is common in jail but : the('udot eight:: or nine years: of his !stnleneo 103-$3000, five acre bearing

purely a castnuottd' frtun his own) experience long/ 4lisii! .:ii of his l hogs/ had rendered grove South Ridgewood.No. .
Waste of Humanity Is by Hr. Quinton, the late governor him almost a cripple. The muscles
of Holloway. In "Crime and were extremely wasted, and both 105-$7,500, new house on
Criminals-"' a record. The "hero" hip and ktuf joints were contracted Ridgewood avenue.
Test of Civilizationand I was a violent prisoner who feigned; In a state of semitlexion. so' that belay
II I stiffness\ of the Index finger to avoid! doubled up in :a t bundle.. Though; No. 106-$1,200, two large, deep
oakum picking. He was so angry be was (examined time after time by lots on South Ridgewood.
the Costs !i when the linger was fonlbly bent experts, no on> siuveeded in discovering -
S. I that; "on returning: to his cell he ; any organic: disease or any cause No. 120-4 acres land, 100 orange
I promptly placed the offending fingerIn : for his condition other than his own trees, truck land, 5 room cottage,
of It. the binges ot his table, which wa firmly expressed' determination never $1,000.

i atta< lied to the cell wall, and violently' I to d) a t lla '.s work! for the British
rty II I I raised the leaf: with the result! that < government, a threat which I believe, No. 107-$2,200, five room: cottage
I. I the finger was absolutely! !shattered I he ultimately arried (iut." Dayto-n and Cypress streets, largelot.
of Chicago.
[ By RAYMOND ROBIN. Socialist.
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and had: to be rentovt'tl.Inuther -- -
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.. WASTE OF HUMANITY IS THE TEST j jr. caseen! more remarkable: : No. 103:: -$1,500, small bungalow
In IN way: was that clr> the notorious t/ > A Scientific Theory. I
CHE CIVILIZATION AND THE COST OF' .Now they claim that the human: West Magnolia! ., lot 50x150, almostnew.
American: criminal Hicl\\I'll. who was
IT ISN'T FIFTH AVENUE, BUT THEa'm Fen'eared} ti> |I" nil MTtltude: fr Hf<" Uwly omtains sulphur." j a
EAST SIDE, THAT MUST BE GIVEN III ii'iinii-iioii\ with ih, tank] "r r.iig "In what amount?" t t"t -JIll a, '
'\ HI, In varying; quantities." : :tM No. 110:}-52030, truck farm 7''2 ?
WILL NOT land furu'cricsII.
\ t CONSIDERATION OR CIVILIZATION "Well that iu.jy :act ount f.'k' i im' acres cleared' 2 acres tiled house Ma
\\.i- in :: "''"01 fietIh'1t: : 0'11' !'"-
ENDURE. WHEN THE STRAIN GETS TOO HEAVY Iu.t.-lll' Unaothers. : and barn q}
better :
. girls making;:: : =
) ti"ii. lint inter did u.ia '::i\e \\ 'ilv.Ieinuu. .
"4I THE WORKERS THE THING IS DONE AND ."-ruts-bury;:: I'tist.IF : I.
FOR ; '..: l":." of !JM \.'':MIn}! hil l Itc.::,: he I.I t= No 11*S3C03, one cf the best .

MODERN ATHENS BECOMES A DUST HEAP. I I ,:: homes on Rid g ewoad, furnished, large w t.I r 1 _ _

f'. The conditions: of work in the great steel and] lot garage. ,.e q' ;

< iron plants and 1 present hours of labor arc a direct it's a New Book <'' No. 116-$2OCO will buy a nice
's'ti violation of all Christian tradition. I it's a Souvenir Novelty, home; five rooms and bath; hot

When young man works twelve hours a Jay.I; I it's something in Stationery and Engravrng: I: and lot.coed w-tcr; electric lights; corner Kq>

Seven days in a week, month after month, he becomes, STUPID) I ;tot
If heent No. 123-A bargain at $3,6CO, Pal- i,
-El AND SODDEN lie goes down physically and mentally. CALL ON OR WRITETheH.&W.B.DREWCO. :
metto avenue, 3 bedrooms, bath, completely ..
to church he'd l lose his job. furnished, good condition. 1 1?' if

him to cleaning street- Houses exactly alike in sipne" row '
Take him away from the steel plant, put 'r II k tI
valued at $6,500. "
eight hours a day, givo him decent pay and his mind freshens and I to, t I I "".

KEW LIFE BREAKS FORTH. In the' 5t'el.pant: he had been I A. 25 acres: near city limits; 15 ,. ; S I
acres fenced and in cultivation; broom -
forming habits that would have ruined<.1 him. It i isn't: preaching that I 45-49 W. Bay St., JacksonvilleAND house and barns, $2,000.B. ..f

$1,100. changes him. It is SOCIAL SERVICE. It is useless! to preach I i 11
Lot on Ridgewood in Holly .
> to people who are hungry. Jesus Christ kneit, and he didn't do it. Hill, 150x309, $500.C. .
the Sermon
ken known than
-No: more spiritual sermon has ever
15-acre hammock grove; trees 1I .
00 each. Cn Hhe Mount. If he had been a sham, a faker or even stupid lit SATISFACTORILY.We [ seven years old and in full bearing; !

*onld have said let the people be filled<.1 with this wonderful spiritun'' near railroad west of Kingston, $3,000D.
I i
[0 II each :
-food and be happy. He knew that WIIEX PEOPLE ARE AP are Headquarters [for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL tt14 y'


>, $350. 'H hungry they would<.1 go away quarreling: forget everything he lui-' I Exclusive Novelties. : LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH air I'fi ,;

i $400. aid and prey upon one :another before they got h"lme. I ; : TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS. :; t I
0:; Ii
i $13,000 ON EASY TERMS. i
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When How Sir to Illchard Stop Sweal'Hawkins ng. ship, ...........................................N...............1.................... I Ridgewood E. Small; cottage lot 100x150 on corner; fruit lot trees on ttsi' ,

tte! .Dainty, was off the Guinea coast $ The New Excursion Steamer : well, $800 on easy terms. ;:
flre and had a narrow es- :
ElPANY ttp, from destruction. The sequel, aetold t SOUTHLAND TO THE PICTURESQUE TOMOKA CABIN I : !i l
by John Karnett In "righting :
Admirals," wn curious: "The nieu r r11 "r" We' have some very attractive river front propertyin i V ..R.r = .

4 thanked Cod fur. their delh'erai': and I I i' DAILY EXCURSIONS. : Port Orange that can be sold on reasonable terms ..Ora,, f r#
t mark of gratitude took oisKm a- :- IR- t ,#

to Sot banish swearing front eke little II .* I'l! l 1\1\u'! d :<.'r'ItOn. Hoard Separate I l"iit't-i! !, for I.milt ainl'! '-I' i>It l':'-:-::11 :\ 1S.''h- : c" and at low prices. w;;, 1, 1 1rr
1 leant r
b\ : .r :
By general consent it WlS vretined \ 1 i.-ant "nit . :. I
Pn Ii f SI 00 the Round Trip.
that a luluierr ferrule. J All
.taken Ihould be with carried an l oath>y any and one who that was he: i I'' :. DAILY TIME: SCHEDULE Leaves I't'niouJDride.: -atff't"1\, "it H rB.: :+ : We have a >general insurance agency and :': +l 1 4

mould give the nextlio swore a I Lean's Central I'rincf"l t;t'rt' ,Dock U\> .,tonut Ihytona.11. ,, :.vi a.tIII n II. Le.iOrniond: Bridge, Ormond1\'Jj; .L. !'t 1 : r can insure against almost everything except 3.: f
Bridge >
tOke : I.et"p t bN
with i it xt the end of the day : : forlorn: to l'rml.t e.rO; ,e Ilt.wk, HI'ton3:30: p OJ *
he who _. -- - ----- - +
had throe frost and
the ferrule ni itl -- ---- taxes. ; t '
yokes from the captain or! the mast + Owner >the:,.!Pbtm'| :::; !ITT ri.ta', SEABREEZE, FLA. t .: .
,.ter CHAS. F. BURGMAN R.Hi- I: I t ': .' L LJ111
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.iiii GENE JOHNSON liThe Bike Man, says "Bike Lamps are PHONE 142-2 RINGS. ..
j Page Efh; aecessUJ alter Ut' ht. 11ant:. a lew left at reducd pme." ..-"";\t: y44 + 4


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i .: Please Obey the .: :. BARNES :. #' ++ day.south SMgf po

Trunks ! Trunks ! I S1 h
111 New Ordinance I : THE NOVELTY MAN :. Re a a e j 4 tion tonlg.r"

i :,I.. t+.-Itst3tetionerynndt.'hool" !!+iunpllt'H. + + + +
: = = -= -- = : . Phonograph. Nfwins,: :M.iohin. e.Ty1wertter' .
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l'utl.ry. FI.hins T.Ii.. To'. "dlotlon .
I : \Ve are showing the best and largest line of TRUNKS, BAGS, : Sheppard's Nanticoke Tomato .. have just opened up our new line of }, ::
: SUIT CASES TELESCOPES.: STRAPS AND NAME TAGS in the : : Ordinance seems to have been ignored i : BARNESWill : Sixth Seas
city. All new goods this season. Our success; in closing out ours . by the Mayor. If his honor ,I :. : I Ready-to-Wear Dresses.If j jI

1 : entire line each season assure us our goods; are O. K. and our : : does not care to enforce we will I'' ulo fn'"lt"our and t'uthrellas..harp.. Pittunfir-n:: : ,Imr.aln' we !",u Japanese f;.
S j : be compelled to ask the assistance : : jour Imps you are looking for a our -> Milk Kimono.' :
: prices right. Buy from us and get the best for the money. :. .. of the Marshal : : jour !!oI.awsandothrrToo l t.. out*.aailoco't"nythingthi.tl of nIt w reptilr lim'kIn : I I t.

fact, for nay want roll 1 1 on RED
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SHEPPARD'S{ GROCERY : : BARNES : The Chas. E. Gardiner Co. given CVcll I
: I \ttwa office 1|

[ The Peck Hendricks Co. i : West End of Central Bridge o: : THE NOVELTY MAN : t WAVALIIA
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: II I Crystal Theatre I DEVOTEDlTOBicycles I : --- -- e. i 3C t

j4pIusemenISE I I Headquarters for . f

I I : All Kinds of Fresh V cg- S: r

: etables and Fruit
: L

E ) I .1 With a complete shop and competent e I I I.I.. Poultry and 1 Eggs. aSpecialty. i...

NEW help we can do the most :
satisfactory work. I I.: Phone Orders Promptly Filled : J. DJINDICATION PI

I I ___ St

'113 1 DAYTONATHEATRE l l ON I I I: ':. J. W. Ball & Son !. ,.

High-Class I Opposite the Yacht Club a: : No, 237 North Beach St. 'Phan 55 : I THAT ALI

9+9999O999999QQ99999999999Mr. : I :........................: i HAVE BEJ

A 724 I Motion PicturesOpen and Mr-I J. MSheely' 1 ft IIW.I M. SHAFFNER t SAME PER

Monday for tluir home at iVn-> I'a. Three robot|

called: north by the death ot lr.ht'tcb"s whiehalu.'Jbl.
Real Estate and r
mother who had raih d
Is old age a disease or the end oE the vital cells in the ._ en from privj
the advanced age of 81ears Fire Insurance which all Jo

brain creating energy? ttcally the sa:

Mrs. Henry Pie gras has a Cheo 122 South Beach Street white the oj

K" e ro:5e'me in the tre'lis east of were at suppjtionj
her rtsMltwe:: : on Orange avenue that the]

that has. been blowouts l since ea.,lyn 1 >... or has been
: the season but is now covered.ch ....-_----"" -::.:>.-_,-._....- ... l gang of the si
ZANONI Daily af 2:30: \\ a perfect mass of the de irate: : ;; .- :: :: t which has evt]
:: : ,
-- -- --- --- \\ li.:te blossoms.: _;..- .... .--& I t Lion of the coij
; ;!! F The latent
lnSIIOW EVERY llouuL ; .-j"
I I Col!. J. O. \Vynn. who had been / t at the home c

I THURSDAY NIGHT, AT 8:15: pending O some time at Ponce Park, fft;:;.; : :...' j field tn SeabH
is again in the city. Mrs. \Vynn having f leged, jewelry[
--- --- -- -- -- II Lyle Lyman's friends are. glad to I 11'.A. Burr and his niece": :Mrs. J.F arrived from Atlanta: Saturday, CHILDREN'S EYES 000 to $7,0ooon

I' ,?,' hm! out and around' aga:n. I II :. Smythe of Hartford Conn., regular and joined him here. They are the second]
Vaudeville Friday Night. 'I 1II 1- I Cannot be too carefully safeguarded.for .
winter residents of Onrond, were i, guests at the Demand.! Col. Wynn r was at sUll.e:
*Choice, fancy oranges for sale! Da.tonaLitors.. Monday, driving in however in: contemplating a fishing they hare( but one pair to list 1, robbery was]
Redpath Napinee Comedy Company. II ', Tree from that town : Mr.: his a lifetime. If there are indications
I b) box $: at Big grove. accompanied' by cruise in the near future aboard nIght.
.3.fri 'u-1t and Mrs. Edard"t'Jch., of Niagara buUi. Wynnsotne II. of anything wrong with your caild'i Monday nigi
Coming; Soon-En lish Grand Opera Company. him her and I will fit
Falls::: N. Y., who are occupying one eyes bring or Price, niana;..l
II D. E. Lyon and J. B. Cae were in I II of Mr. purrs cottages in Ormond for Bargain, quick 6-le', 2Vz acres, 6 them with Glass to correct the mond was t"n

the city from Port Orange this morn- the season.J. room cottage in city. Enquire Ed- trouble. If medical treatment te nee!! ner and Jewel!:|
ins. i' mondson & Donnelly}/ or Chas. Kenney essary: I will tell you so. proximately

Have You Subscribed? I I II I f, A. D. McCurd, the aviator who Seahreeze. 6S-tf upstairs fOOl
Dr. Neville H. Clark
Y ..FOU RENT Nicely furnished: will give exhibition flights at Day- hour or boon
: Abroad, Grand Opera is subsidized' by the government and within rooms at reasonable prices. 43 Second tots March: :::S, 29: and 30 was the lIt'nrhlee of Brooklyn, N. Y., uvisiting Last week

reach of all. In America it ia a privilege to hear the works of the great Ave." third house from Beach St. I first' : man to send a wireless message. | his daughter Mrs. L. E. El- Optometrist Hotchk at I li

maters-a privilege that rarely comes to the average workaday man 76-lt from an aeroplane in flight, and he ilenwood, and family on Bay ti reet Lo: ')>lc for the Sign of the EYE. tered dunng t tj

or woman True selections with piano accompaniment are given from I i is one of the pioneers! among the: having arrived Monday: [ afternoon Jewelry to th,

time to time by concert quartettes but these, so to speak are only the **Two tickets to the Crystal theater a\-ators. McCuidy's exhib'" : i krn flights front Tampa where he had been carried away

heralds who announce the coming of the important event; the reproduction will be presented- Mrs.I H.Hoaton .: will mostly be started from the spending a month or more. Mr. Klee No <'tues hul

with its. brilliant coloring and picturesque surroundings to if she will call: at ''the Daily :. world-famed Daytona beach and one was in Daytona for a time last win perpetrtiti <|

please! the eye, the musio to delight the ear,and the action the rams : News office before ttomorrow ngl.t.:: i will include a race with the fastest ter. lie will remain here for a[GREEN GOODS the fan flat
to quicken the pulse. I I automobile racing on the bt>al h.I i' couple of weeks. I practwuUv th j

The English Grand Opera Company and Orchestra now touring the I *ls love the wine or an irritationof about chi san
South offers ua Pietro Mascagni "Cavalleria Rusticana" (Rustic Chivalry the nerve centers which creates W-\STEl-Good white cixk in Building lots for sale south side indicates the

) a few weeks after reasonable number of enthusiasts signify their selfishness?-By Zanoni at theater,I. private family;; i>ermanent' position: : ifsatLsfaetory 'Live Oak: street, east and west of I We complete perien'o' bur
are carrying a
attend. A list of is ; will (take north; wages railroad tracks. Conrad-Bullard Co. tud or .
desire to prospective patrons now being made. Thursday night. 75-1 > {W< 1
$:,.t)0) a week; good referencts' line of Green Groceries' including .
re- ,
The English: Grand Opera Company is assisted by the Ietropolitanl.adi's' 70-6t-eod I who r. n burtI'te j
quired. I*. O. Box :267: Daytona. w; -:t
Orchestra.At ---- :
C. t\ Burgnian has received the
the Daytona Theater March new propeller for the Southland andexpects i J. J. Jones' originally in.the employof bn fj, o I)|
new Thursday. 9th mail j George K. King and wife and Mrs. .. ., .
all reservations to W. S. Snead. manager.PRODUCERS f to haul 'rthe boat out tonight I Stokes: friends of :Mr. and Mrs. I. Hegeaman & Co., of New York Golden Wax Beans th. OJ seeh
II aud make the exchange. With thus J. Price of this city, departed Monday armed in the city Monday and will

t (propeller Mr. Uurgman expects to i morning, in their: aun' >inobfc: on hold a position. in the: Hanking d: ug Green Beans f. tot,:x .

- .: I greatly inert'are the boa\Wand's! their return to Atlanta: (5a., by way store for the balance.! of the reason. I .I di.th.!. ..
I Mr. hanker finding ill to
of Jacktoni'k' and Savannah.: They necessary CucumbersCauliflower .
I 'drove through l from .''unta: about'two have additional help through press of I UK , .
Phone 2R will call for your clean' I weeks ago and have been guests of mMrnN-"S. Mr. Jones is accompaniby d t t.11:
WANTED 'ling his wife and cntJl-'+t .1 atir
and prt-sang. tf BURNETT.Mr. the DespLind hotel since theT arrival. they are lorated in
I Mr. King who conducts a rooms over the store. f ls
We want men to deposit with us who are producers. We like to and :Mrs..lruos Whitney and I IL. large whole! and retail hardware Tomatoes Pig ..uo

help men of that calibre. Every man consumes something and it :M Atlanta had vUtedlo.tiXs :
he is not a producer someone has to bear hi-. burden. Prudent men i PeppersThey th .
friends of Mr. and Mrs. "Ihcs. II. driven over from Orlando: this morning ru-
who are producing more than they can consume will find our Savings : further down the coast but
Department an excellent receptacle for their surplus It works I \VIr.'tt' arrived ;In the city :Monday afternoon had never before stopped. at Daytona'lie to meet K. V. Connerat, southern : ,,
while you waitPEOPLE'S I I and are via-ting Mr. and now, however think it just manager of the Bukk :Motor Always Fresh. at the o I I
are .
:Mrs. Whi'+ .. at their winter home on theplace.. company, at Atlanta, Ga.. whom he ruLIi. 't
i I Soi.Ui. Beach: street." I experts today with a new 1911 Buick an lieu
f.U -LOST car in which the"ill make thetrip
-Diamond cl'sier pin at
DAYTONA FLORIDA. For Sale or Rent. I .Annor or be-tUeeti Seville .hotel: and to Ituui. Mr. Connerat i is: theita.: :
prominent in automot{ : nrrlt .n; DAYTONACOLD good tt 'si.
The handsome cottage and lot with: Armory. Return to Sent le for reward
l'r" ( i'nt.H. I'. I.KI.YNH.: : t. '-'It..... \1. I-:. I' \UThliX. ::I flowers, fruit and shrubbery, corner I .:,-3t .\tlanta.9Q999999999999999999. hold. II a
\'u-.'-l"if>hl 'lih. U. 15 J.: \\1.\ M I I.. V\ Ua.n\hft./: I Peninsula Drive and avenue I II ---- -- -- -- STORAGE CO.R. WotlH-n __ 'it. j
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Apply to l.ingham: tue-fri-tf& Thompson Uay Glen!. II. CurtUjj, whose t hip:all" .i< ----+999i : D. JOHNSON. Mir,. no.0"1.prev no->, -ii

- : tona. w-4t I Ilbert will be used by J. A. 1>. Mol'uidv ... ...oIIII en was ,: ,.
r r. whew he makes his t.'xhibHioll'fl"l-'ht. .,
7 7 r '.\ K. Smiley, manager of I ; ill;: Uti
at Daytona March :L'v! :L"!!. and .::11. i i-, I I --- *. ,
Live -- --- -- I
the I.tkl'Iohollk: hotel in New | Long and t tni
not an entire stranger in Flat'da I In ,
w .
t York says: "After giving one of: t'::t j 11.tI.l'
1 itch I'urtiss erital.lishtd a re I'O'd: (ut
LOCALSPERSONALS it:s demonstrations.! Zanoiu was urged'! e
t i 'one mile in :2ti: 2eioud; 1, Jb'i: IJlY- Don't YouDare
the :"I n t
-o repeat performance lie certainly -
tuna beach and this record ffli.s MIKX!
is a high class+ entertaner and i I Die in; :
as the world's record trines that Lm.CUrtiss. .- Happy I IBuy .
AxniKdpar th. ,
i rt extremely, interesting, and I chee-rf i interest in motor-driven b
carrying -
ly ret-omnu' ud him ?r-lt .lu
Mi-lK>well I left Monday night: Ileniember we keep everything ir I i'Seven machines began when he was: I Go ,.,..,
I '
(Marathon: where he has accepted lad.es' and gent's wearing apparelat tarrying newji>ai>ers as a btalld I ..'-.
passenger car to let and i iautomobiles a position with the F. K. C. ity.> the Itee IIh e. North Beach St. 37t i had to rule hit bicycle up a hill, tarrying -
on the e.\Vr.son.: --_. -- stored at reasonable I Irott't3. !' a bundle of papets. He evolved Royal Scarlet Can I ; ;;
I. II. Thompson a again at home 'She idea of attaching motors to h.t:
'Palmetto Cub! musicale will be on having returned Sunday from Jacksonville one 112. tf 'I''I'I bK-ycle and this It-d to hu manufacturing goods, the finest food in

:Marsh end, as per club calender. where" he has bet n spending -- motorc>ck! ', for sale .
Speaking of Zanoni. Hiram Rick- products in the world. QIrL
74-4t the past three weeks. :
ers & Sons, managers of the Poland ; -- I

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick 1>. Ke'' Hot Springs !louse, Poland Springs! FOR SALE-Launch Xoda in('. 7'a The stock is new and
baths. Hooper's Barber Shop. i
'I by :20 ft, 10 h. p. Fay & Iowen en- I
lum arrived Sunday from Oyster Bay. :Maine, say: "Zanoui was persuaded I BATHINGWithout
X. Y.". and are the guests; of Mr. to repeat his demonstratiorg at the :gine. :McDonalds boat yard. 45-l'ts' clean, and our prices I !f \Vc'reCel[ ]

and Mrs. Clarence A. Young on earnest: bolicj-titiors of our guests: '
Cedar 'Cl t't. Mr;. Kellum and Mr: WhenThirsty which! l rothat he Us a good entertainer I 9999999999999999999999 ttlN. are right Call and set I : I of Candi

Youngs are cousins. wonderfully c'.evt-r: and !: Beautiful I I I
very popular." : prices on case lots. I II a you are sand

IL *How many of the old folks will ----- Home SitesIiu fresh
be present to see if they can renew "'How to secure the genuine I

i youth and vitality 75-U : emotions from the depths of the :I + tin.nr: ..an i I'.u h.I 1 KlsM i : I GuardOnly nally au"The :
i of the heart of the person you love : rid lilt- rioi huts, for -.n''!' I I II Life GrlHANKIN
Lovers of bird anus c are affordeda I -by Zanoni, at theater Thursday I i'liHMt. half mil.-l.dow !So,:t"i il
I i treat by a mocking'bird that gus: Stop at night. 75-1t : 'rid:.:,- on th-. I',.ninsiila. !M u,... I I jjlyman L Grocery
\.t.lr..u V II. i:<" i.o; I.' \1"
trot> concert every nioming from a I ,. ,. 50 Cents
l II I H...:M. I .l.i.iii-" 1.1. t t''I' |I. in' I
.palmetto tree on Beach street opposite i YOUNG'SSoda I I. *
I 0 E t fl fl 'buys a 'furnished Beach : I
the Bingham & Thompson: office: % % I \TJ
N 11 11 street residence 8
; rooms WILL
PAY Every
4 lIT YOU TO IN Day is Bargain Day
i Many: persons are attracted b)' i its UUUUU and bath; modern improvements 4 Where \ o
I I sweet song. : Fountain : lot SO by about 290 feet. Ad- :I VESTIGATE. i I Here.] THE FOSTER CD.C
J ress A. B., I
care Daily News .
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