Title: Daytona Daily News
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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: March 1, 1911
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00229
Source Institution: University of Florida
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-e'r i:r., day.80uth Slug.P onion y c tan Ald e(9htl r ht In and north Thura por, :+ THE i: DAYTONA% DAILY I NEWS[%%' +4 Today ? ? ? . . . . 1.:.-13. R '

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>1 ? Published Every Evening Except Sunday Daring December. January, February and March at the PFCttiest inter Resort in Florida. ++ + + .: + + + + + + + + + + + .+

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Season :No. 77
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Jresses. ,: 1 DAYTONA FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY MARCH 1, 1911 15 Cents per Week


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!i ii H. WRIGHT ;: :: D Q. BOflIhh01'S flOSPl11l ad SIh11AQlG RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies, Stationery and Havana Smokers

: J Painting First Avenue, Dayton. Fl.. PRICES Books
Co. : WALLACES'W.I I TwYnt.vti Ilrat., -, / iry rooms newt Only first quality well cared tobacco -
K w Paper Hanging furnish! nnd ntt.l l thrnuchoutwtth
,,1 I Decorating all 1 ly.t'.UIf\.1)4'dopt'ratlnHoomol1st'cond hovPltnlconyrnlen.- -e., Thorough, Imposition I<-t'a fit-to Your:Trent Jewelers.L. You Right. I GEO. H. CLARK used. '
Waterman Vet Cave ManufacturerDaytona !
219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE floor. 1.orterntsad'Ires Fountain Pens, News-
' -- Phone 181 C.: C. BOHANNON. M. D. - H. ROWE & CO. Papers and Periodicals Florida.
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PKA PRODUCE HOUSE.|.. ;YAIIIABU JEWELRY STOLEN; I McCRORYI I I WIRES DOWN,' ; iiiIIi




jl I etables Kinds Headquarters of and Fresh Fruit for Veg-_ Jjl r 2 6 *i ;j: THREE IDENTICAL ROBBERIES "MONOGRAM OILS" I I IS COMING i i 1 i NO SERVICE If t ti



[Poultry and Eggs a 2 I fIELD HOUSE ROBBED; ably during the time the family was t f
Specialty. S at supper. Entrance is supposed :to TOMORROIVI FROMNORTH.t t
A little better than the best.
i have been gained! through an upstairs
jne Orden Promptly Filled. : 'i I J. D. PRICE [rOSES JEllRY.1 window, which had been carelesslyleft _
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,INDICATIONS POINT TO FACT
W. Ball & onr I The robbery was discovered by :Mrs GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE CO. !'

j. 237 North Beach St. Thome S 55 : THAT ALL ROBBERIES MAY room Whhifield to retire when about she 9 went o'clock to her in "7t! Yon Don't Trade With Us We Both Lose Moae,." COLLECT[[[ All LICENSES.{ r { I fROM)i REST OF THE WORLD.

.....................: I ,WAVE BEEN DONE BY THE the evening. Evidences of the room .

SAME PERSONS. having: been riffled were so p'ainan - -- MCCRORY WILL BET FITZGER- DAILY NEWS WITHOUT TELE
M. investigation was started by then
SHAFFN ,
ALD & OATES OFFICE TOMOR GRAPH REPORT AND IMPORTANT i
Three robberies within week i woman with the (
a I resort that she d s ITOMORROW-
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Leal Estate andIFire which valuable jewelry has been tak covered that a number of pieces of PRISONERS POW AFTERNOON AND FRIDAY MESSAGES IN AND OUT i

'. en from private residences!- and i in valuable jewelry were missing.
Insurance ..which all jobs were done in practically Efforts of the Daily News to ge: FORENOON I ARE NOT SENT.
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the same manner, each tme! a statement from :Mrs Whinfield or
members IS THE LASTOPPORTUNITY. CAPTURED County Judge :McCrory will be in The city of Daytona has been practically
of
the
122 South Bath Street ;while the owners of the property household WednesJaj ,
were at supper, give strong Indications morning were' unsuccessful, but it is I Daytona Thursday; and will be In cut off from the ran 0: the t

..;? that the Florida East Coast is, understccd the missing jewel!) :n- the office of Attorneys Fitzgerald & world because of cripp'.td: wire service

or has been, harboring: one or a eludes one pearl brooch valued! a' Gates after o'clock in the afternoonand today and no: a word was received -

jf gang of the smoothest: sneak thieves $3,500 ,and a diamond piece va'utti BYFARMER. during the forenoon Friday at the local office of the Western 1 ,
I at $1,100, besides a number of othersof I
sec-tion less value I \Vhie! here Judge McCrorr will issue Union: from the north from 9:50
but
which
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., The latest robbery reported was bring the 'total value up to between ONLY SHORT THE I IS LEfT SHERIfF[ AT A T ST. AUGUSTINE state and county licenses to I o'clock tl>s! forenoon to 4 o'c ark
at the home of Mrs. Roger W. WhinV I $:;,000 and $7.000. the hotels and business enterprises: this afternoon.

:. field in Seabreeze, when, it is alleged It is said that no strangers have *n this( part of the country which I j I The daily telegraph report usually
jewelry to the amount of $5IjOOO ,- been seen about the premises:: lecenUy IN VHIfJ" TO SECURE VOTES c, m "HAS ALL BUT TWO ME have not already secured! these pe-r-I received by the Daily News was

HILDREN'S EYES to $7,000 was taken from rooms and no noises were heard in mits. not received today because: of this t
on the second froor while the family the house during the evening: and I fact, the moot of the report: iwual'y '
>t be too carefully safeguarded X: was at supper or hOOD after. The that no due was left which nrght EVERY PERSON SHOULD. SUB- NEGRO WILLIAMS, HELD FOR Recently Judge McCrory announcedhe coming after 10 o'clock in the forenoon -

iey have( but one pair to last ji robbery was committed Tuesday lead to the identity of the robbers.! SCRIBE AT ONCE TO HELP FAVORITE MURDER, AND THREE OTHERSOF would be in: Daytona Monday for I .

time. If there are Indications -night. The robbery of the home of J. D. the purpose of collecting: these li-t Important telegrams! have b.eahifid : :; _

thing wrong with your child's .' Monday night-the: home of J. D. Price at Ormond Monday eveningwas CONTESTANT WIN THE THE GANG CAUGHT BY THE verses, but was unable to leave: his i ioffiC'e I up here the greater part of the ;' -I
jplng him or her and I will fit supposed to have ben commit !
Trice, manager of the Hotel Or day awaiting an opportunity for
GOLD WATCH.
FARMER AND HIS SONS. in the courthouse at that time. I
with Glasses to correct the ted in a little! different
mond was entered in: the same manner manner. It transmission and Daytoi: businessmen
e. If medical treatment is nee- and jewelry to the amount of ap- is the theory of Mr. Price that the Tomorrow U. the last day in which ST AUGUSTINE, March 1-1 He announces: he will sure be here and visitors who were expec'ia

I will tell you so. .. effected entrance by the front -door i The in I but wait and hope.
records the
upstairs rooms during the supper office of the .
Neville H. Clark the beautiful god: watch which is of the prisoners: who escaped last
hour or soon after and remained in hiding! until the county judge show that a large number I Efforts to locate the trouble by em
Last week the home of E. II. i if family 'had sat down to the evening to be awarded to the contestant in Friday from the county Jail when I : of hotels! and business enterprises 1do yes of the Western Un'on have

Optometrist ;_". Hotchkiss at Dayta'na Beach was entered meal. The home of Mr. Price was the Gazette-News Great PopuhtrltyContest they overpowered: Jailer Walker. I in this vicinity have not yet paid been unavailing. beyond the fact that

}k for the Sign of the EYE.GOODS. :'.'c)- during the early evening and evidently burglarmd duri7ig the time who secures the moot cotes Monday night Deputy Sheriff Broad- j I their estate and county licenses: and : the wires went down somewhere

;.',* Jewelry to the vadue of near $1,000 the family was at supper.: 'before:' the closing of the bal'ot box I nox of Palm Valley, arrived in the Judge :McCrory is coming here to 'north of Ormoud just before 10 0'
I The robbers carried away two valuable I I make these collections I clock.
carried away. I tomorrow night, Thursday, :March 2. city with Dan Wlltams, the negro : merely as an
No clues> have been left as to the : watches a diamond ring: thrt e held for murder and three o'hers! in ;Iui-romodaticn for those who have The fact that the least accident to-
::"' perpetrators) of the robberies, but pearl pins one diamond pin and a The large number of contestants: in his! custody. They were captured !I not yet: made these: paysnen's. Th the two wires leading into Daytona:

REEN the fact that all were committed in number of other pieces of valuable! the contest are now hard at work by Mr. Ofstrader" who .resdsnear! ': list; of those w bo do not take o..ti ruts this city off from the its of

practically. the same manner: and: jewelry, the total amount of which I and every prson in Daytona and Vousia the :Mickler place on the Duval and! i i their lu-eiist at this time: w.M b>. the world shows plainly! the inefficiency -

about the same time in the evening1! :[ will reach: about $o'')">. Evidences: of county should help their favorite -' St. Johns county line. The pri o-i- !' placed i'll' the ham!* of the rountj: of the wire: eerv'ce: of the

:. indicates: the work was done by experienced ':, the house: having been entered were by paying their: subsri'p' .'iion tea-i: ers were nearly starvd, they hating: i i solu-uor.! Western Union. C\ea:: the railroad: N :'

-.', burglars and after careful discovered when members: of tl.e: morrow and giving them, the benefitof had nothing to eat: in a long time.. 1I|1 win are down to the m !nh and no i r

Ve are carrying a complete '.study of the premises and conditions; family went ur taits about 8CO::: o'- their iotes. I Mr.: Oestrader and his sons had I'NEGRO{ [LAD IS ARRESTED{ { reports! ban been: re<'ei\' d fiom that

le of Green Groceries, in- :where. the burglaries' were committed: clock in the evening: ard an open The Gazette-News is the most up- kept a careful lookout for the negroes direction at the F. E. 1*. hypo daring -

ding : Officers in Daytona Beach, Sea : window showed plain'y the means of to-date paper published on the Eist and yesterday while di'jg'ny! ; I the dayELKS : IS,

.- breeze and Ormond are working: on exit Coast of Florida with a news t'ot'r\"c'' palms in the huimmx-k tiny d.srm- fOR GENERAL CUSSED i ESS. --or

.the robberies! and the Daytona officers Workirg! on the tlnory that the: which is unexcelled.: Its subscribers ered them. Sheri.f li rry had a !toward I TO ELECT[ OFFICERS
olden Wax Beans are lending what s'stai.ce)> : robberies have all teen consulted: always p t-t the fu'l value of their of $:.o" oat fur the} capture! oiWLihams -- ;

they can in the matter From eidence by the s::-lie: gang and tZ..it the mea-: money and now an exceptional: (;.pportuinitv and $-3 I:; each: for the oth MASON JONES OF MIDWAY I

Green Beans .S' obtained from rumors about bers <.f the gang have been here for is of!ft red to help! your favorite ers and this morning' he sent .11 r. LOCKED UP IN CITY JAIL ON A ffllAL I MEETI ill TUESDAY. ''t

,'"the streets it is believed one or tome time waiting! for lace; arrival ofj I to win a gold! watch. g't a Oe-itradt-r tilt total rt.wjird of $l I.; :
CucumbersCauliflower more women are conmcted wish: tl.e some of the wealthy winter l'ei.1! I good lead in the rae for the pian". ': Resides \ViUiaji.s! : ; the o'hl'r nee. : CHARGE OF INCORRIGIBILITY I I ------

,'gang and the gang may Le composed :dens, ai.ii tours's: it :? l ci sibe:> : a I and at the: SIIUt": time co-openi \\tll: grins) c.tptun d are Henry Saudti"held : DAYTONA LODGE TO CHOOSE
MADE DV MOTHER.:
|entirely: of women, who have been on num!,' r ot mailer n !ber.:' ear'y i in. the loading paper ,in Vo4sia! : countyin for grand larceny: ; l'hl1all: ) : I MEN TO HEAD ORGANIZATION

'the East Coast for".some time study- .tie! eajoii: may: Le: the work of th : I! its great: work of upholding! Daytona ( iels, held for M'lHng: liqm.r! wi hut. Mason. .Joi s, a uegr Lad I I':,' yea: .- ' : .
Tomatoes '. tag conditions and situations and f:n- same gang. Home tinue ago the r. s-j j| and 'idnit.by giving your s'Hittr -: a Ik-ense, and George:, Siuith. held for of ..IiLt. DURING COMING YEAR AT
i age It'IIHn: Jeorge; Ford a r<
idence of W. S. Snt"3lHI... robbed! ,< ?'tion i !
tomorrow entering a IIOUHWithout; breaking.
c, ally come to the conclusion this :.6jp
Peppers > the proper time to ?trike. and no trace of either: the perpeirat-. I Don't l let tli'-: "prrt.uJ1lit| i j pat'N, t'i'"4- Will ClnIds and .Fanit--i. Porter arc; :| maker of Midway., was anvMeded. NEXT MEETING. 'a

: !: : :' I i;'i: t eId: 'not s were found ors of the robbery or the ncisingt I bsul st r.!)inu t( iwnow: : you wil i I .i It' still at la rue. .\ reward of |2>*. rarh ;,, nesday afternoon by Mat IHlI c Cor; :- The annual!I use t t'.n':):', of the Daytona t I 7

'', at the Hotchkiie rcsUenie; after the jewelry has been found.: Follow);; (ompli-li tliiff sturhof crnd; for; Mr1" for their) rewind :s rffercd bj | ou a charge o(:: wicwisM.ity Iodize! of K'kvi:: :I 1Jl! held: next '".

They are Always Fresh.DAYTONA r. robber there last week that a worn- this: ('am.tbt> Cobb-'ry of the Male;; I 4.111111111111.\ .11 \\ Ii.:, ll > 011 llWe \'> Slicnlf! Terry ferred by *the uiothtr oi the boy. Ilr"j Tuesday evening :.nd at that time i 7,
home in Daytona Ueacli.: I The boy i is a 1t.'u'riLl all l a:
had the _. the men to the dl Irs
ata been in the! house by -- :::-== : -=-- - iK-cupy dKirins
': That other: robberies may lire I I It bad character and h: S caused the coming uS: : iw' 1"111 + by ''
finding of a piece: of dress goods on year en :
:the stairs which: wat unlike any dress been committed} by the gang Let< re THE STORY y OF-i---I A kinds of trouble for hit J pa.t.'Il.s. | the u..mbt'r,. Xo ic i 'e (it' t the aaaau:1l: i

:.?goods worn by members of the house- coming to this section of the East g who have made every effort TO put <.Kti(.u Il'l.tI'k I\t: !::ten a; then Y
:hold. It ds also said that! two strange Coast country may Le surmised] l\ a P PHILADELPHIA/ \ DOLLAR.Tent up with his general cissr; Jn .'.... i.n '?:uLir! nioetiiit; 't i 'ii- anise; : T-ies I '
til patience has c-e: :sd to .':e a \.1! ,. '
"lat'
the fact that number of MIIII! teniug.
LD STORAGE CO. .. vjwomen called] at the home a few days a at +Ir't
i ... ?Previous to the robbery, and it is burglaries,; hate: been reperttd!)( J mother \ i t I I tue and the parents now want > .t>, '' '1'1!,., 'niet4im: : :: Tud.iy n.irlit:::! wa> .' '

I D. JOHNSON. Mi r.' I Iont :"-row believed the ,.';it of those wean cities.Decently a II I >'-e.iht: ; y eats auo a man in 1 sent to the reform cucoi or 1 I' the cue of the l I" .1.. <.t! Jin-! s inr. t r ,f-a i }

.en was made for the i-uipr&e of "siz- 1: G. F. Parker repor.td: ;h' I up. i! .-<,rj and thrt ,'.(l.tI, !:.ti t ... w't': :iiui'! e i : t
'! \a'uab'e: broo 'li Philadelphia who: had a sings ac-/i One of the faxo. ;.t t.! pas4iu: > s t I..r'' .1 i h the lo .il! | . . r: ,
: fag. up" the home.. finding of a dranond: :it''* > lull 1 Ki.r l <> < m ;
:.:;1""sIt Is said that a womana tracks on the street HI this: city: and up t. count withdrew his: balance before I Ii the lad has been teas-iI.g: out" li-. !tinlo.luc: UII"'I! ns tie: tn inl-.: s awl' .l.lt. i
"' this time has been unable to loca.t- i! i mother and btep-faih-r- and P\ t' > ::'i ..- etc.o'Il, .. +
.were plainly shown in the yard at : dollar : > io I fNntO.'t
to New York -
moving leaving a ;,
want to convince you that we body! with whom lie com-s :In I'll!'
:.the Whinfield rts'.dence: the next 'an owner for the pe.e of jewelry-! i : ---
You (I''The br'hH) ,.- seta by Mr. Parker carry very extra qualities of grocery' to hold his Look. There it Jay, ; HilL Ju-.t I I1:1): ot dt+(.:'; n h.- '' : : li.ix.: !.,' ..., .it /,11". f'.:' )
oroing after the robbery} indieat-1, the sidewalk snjiplii's, and tL.it our prict-H are al- ;>iontd' d J ti," ntit'c! !. Jht; t tI tit !br al.!: : 't the> ntHIHalHI., .. <. t'' .. "r o .d'| !.',
he walking along -
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lag that a woman was connected with ,I'' as was but not eping-e\ea In Pi! la.'e'phia. -
;1:the 1 It bud either: Let n gripped< or wrays very 5lset? ial. If these qualiti-j .1 I \\llo\\::: it' '\.1! !h4 h', !I1j.! *. i I E-t: C"OI(iv Ant .x .- -. .T'I:.. i t t tt
robber !, beside the cation, nuan an\ thing t, you come'in i Three years ar-o: the own r re ll' .l'n a,1 .."" Ii L"I l" !II: (;( > '!, !i': xx.l:! !I... h-J: l' .v. :'1"1:11.1.. :. ,.'. i i ien
into the
I thrown
,SThe of :\Irs.I grass
the home '
: robbery at 'nark! and almost hiddue from and n.1 f slit:! I th.tt !! .: ;.it Ih"!| t'.n'::' '! ." 'J : .' '" i fI

'are Go milted>Whinfield sometime i is said to between have Leeu the hours t-oai-! 1 1l il'Fronl was the fact that the grats can Keep your \bill\\\? down l by- UavinI I his account was n't> a:< tn' \ it"oJl: ' t
extend item-' :.1. >b, :, the ,.
here. : buy \\ I. i I.' l'::t I" .
of 7:30: oVlock anj 9 o'clock, prob- ]bad groAn up through the open l p'aeu ': Letter be dosed up Ho! si i ,jifie I : : "
> ,. i .dl\! ;i1 1 Ji..j! a.f1! b-wi-h'/ : ( : to t1! f ,:y I IJ. I'i''
3t-V. the brooch and had iron < \ e.: I I _ _-__-__ --_ '
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I I I his willingness: :; to have it taken 0'r J.J... '1. L1'.. e ."'! .p.. .or..1 .:... .. I I..... ._. .... .- .' "" n - - .,
I tpiece: as a whole iud.cat: 'hr':< I the Looks and surrender of his _.. ,. ,.. . i ;- \ .. f \;' I
- upon : O.I - InTHING roud had been lying in tie! sri.i.r I- ;; :--'tI411i"\1' ; -, --r._ .1'.- :
I I pass Look reoeixed a che' k for $4 Z;"', : . I t1! ,' ( :' '.L :I ': ; I
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The brooch
time. 1Il.1'
CZ/l'L/! mine: o i ----- !/'"{ .i.,0Dayton :... '..' I iiR1 I I f
have !'"en lest by the r.uh'tui: iMJr ; which rcpreseited i i.terest: : at tll'! ; ..... S E rr
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or it may have been: dropped' ;tau I: CONRAD GROCERYCOMPANY rate of :3.;;<'J per cent. It is commonly < ..a. .o.e+a.o. ..8....... : '': c. _ :: sl :j
the gnuby tome thief: who! fl.lr..J'' I Zr'll.n'r: t.J i*' ,,,. lii-i/gl : ''Ii. ,
I demonstrated that a dollar at ordi- S DM Y STOCK WET REPORT ; .. .
(tection.! .
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,. .We..r stoicsour? shipments nary savings bank interest doubles n We Have Everything to Make .:II. .t'
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jjof Candy. week so about twenty years, but in this case j' 7. ;
Traveling a Delight.
every MADE
IMPROVEMENTS ARE : TinW- -t' rt i, I ,. -I. wi- < utu't< t u; ): :
Without a :you are sure to get it nice AT TELEPHONE OFFICEA the account was; nearly quadrupled at :.1:: ", o'<.'f" k t'i' alt'I"1.'fJI.i [ j'-' -t i iI i hj,

;ikT.: in tv\enty-f ye .r". loi.ir I cnrrti:':'i Tit all<>\\- the ui.irk.t 1 1I r', :I .
> and fresh-Huyler's, Nunnally's new switchboard: :s being! installed Sponge Bags, ,l"I", t
'PHONE 61.Daytona. I>ot: to ,'ni'' fhrouh;; and I thn xxnt.Oxri : : ,, ''tri'I'f t .
\ and Norris.- ; in the telephone off.te: to -- -- - down aea.u.I. : I ttI
and Powder I
I Soap Boxes : it
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Lodge
fe
Guard make room for the additional te'e .
: No. 1141 MERCHANTSBANK I | l/o! .. !
: "The Great Candy Trio. phones which have recentlybe..'n intalIt"t.l. N' 1' York a', IItrr u: .;I, Tourist Cases t l I , I'': : ,
; W .: busies; has a c B. P. 0. E. .1" ,.r..f... 1 ... I ;. I' I I ', .
I The increasing : ('h ,ilprake \ 'I.I ,. I
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Holders
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I. lnh Vail : a ,
50 Cents : for one operatorto : Meets Ever? Tuesday t : ,1
Only NANKINS The made it impossible N'orth-rn f '; 1:3-:: ..'
Druggist, I Evening. Visito !"'nnyIvao. JtI' I ::1 l
;, AT TilE PLACE : attend to all the calls and another: Members InviteJ. A. D. McBRIDE. President I It"-u"llnt: ... s- :
J. B. CONRAD. Vice.President outhrn f" his-_ Ask to see them its a pleasure : '
; Where operator will be a Jed a* si ')n as "4 T. E. Fitzgerald. E. R. : ) .
futon
Volt Ptarl T1.
ia Meets Beach.
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% F. N. CONRAD Cashier ..
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Ceo. F. Crouch. Sec. .
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fc E FOSTER CO. : Telephone 69 I the improvements: have Le n made. F. J. N1VER. Asst. Cashier !-d..I'oo.t'OII. pr f :.,-: I to show ods.: t t I'1 >1 a I



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.., GEO. WRAY;; II[ ELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA l 1 ;r',jWIi

Dealer in .
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PIANOS aad DELAND the county seat of ;
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PLAYER PIANOS VOLUSIA __ Volusia County : iior--
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Concert Toner is situated 23 miles southwest of '. f

PIANOS FOR RENT COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the latter I OHIYEBIII '

BANK city by an excellent hard-surface
AND, FLA
road recently constructed.At Four Collt'g, and I 'tt
III PELAND, FLA. Technical $chool.. t
DeLand is located the John B. Equipment co,t-
twO TOM. In
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$100,000Surplus Stetson University, one of the leading Endowment nearly ivnjxo.
Capital
J. HOLMES'n. $50,000A. educational institutions of the Faculty lessors of 4 Pro.. i Mr. and.
and la.strnctors. _
.i., 77 for WOMAN'SICE South. Because of the interest in Christian.- :1 :' others wereTuesday

CREAM -- -- .:.. --- ::: EXCHANGE D. MCBRIDE, matters educational DeLand is knownas but aOfl.f4ectaj1'Tt' hlng. j
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: IIn,1 find tltp mo..t FivMtlent For Information. 1 /:
Florid .
"The Athens of
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my : , - J. B..COSHAD:: :
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::- tklt'sunt'urtb.I-\tt-n. PresidentH. Stetson University ha) a faculty of Lincoln "Dry o
I Vlc Halley
MILLS'European ('IIIIII 1111,1 "tll III 1,1 II,.: } ;'
Ph.J.
: Kingsti]
Lltt. Fred
Thereare Do
: A. 1'R.ef2nr2nf A. WOOn. 50 professors and instructors. .01.. ;

:-'- -:!;...- CashttrDREKA'S, over $400,000 in buildings and President
Tomorrow
:
-------- --- endowment --
$300,000
I I r equipment; nearly : k

iusisissisisisisisissi.. .I By L. C. DEMAREE. r - - fact must be apparent to the most ; a Carnegie Library alone rep- T to help YOUI
; Js W. ?PERKINS the gold w;
superficial observer. With such lavish investment in building
resenting an
SHOES AND FURNISHINGS One of Daytona's crowning glories ] weiltb of natural beauty it f became will expire v(
'-. Is her incomparable beach. No BUSINESS AND l DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than : tomorrow e,'
an easy thing foi the hand of The is the United
2 It Pays to Trade at : one who haj ever set foot upon Its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS Sr-an to gK-e the finishing to'Uches STORE' States$120,000.Government library depository for the Attorney andCounsellor

- : Peck's Bargain House 1 ever snnooth! pedaled, packed a bicycle sands; over no one Its: who ex-I "wlhich have wrought out the' colors EVERYTHING! State of Florida and contains over ; Hot bath:!

2 112 South Beach Street. 1 and outlines! of the big picture. ) TO EAT.' 15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one at Law
no one who ever drove a -1 Have you
- .2U.i.I...............I*. pans prancing; pair of horses and listened MIf-L..JWf- Man did all this in the laying out ..TO TO WEAR USE, of the newest of 16 buildings, with News Great

.. . . to the popping of their steel shoes of the streets with their wide marginsof its furnishings, represents an outlayof : not be sure]
i i i vsasisis i i isis .- Will Practice instate
- ....................ReIII. parkage. The entire city becomes Elizabeth Hall is one of
, : LING WAR-CHINESE LAUNDRY : upon its asphaltum-like face; no one : Rending Roofs.. $60,000. and 1 asitisthe

: III NO. BEACH ST.. I ATTONA, FLA. who ever steered a high-power automobile -I : E. S. HALL : a grp.it; park with driveways inter- Elevator Service f the most beautiful college buildings FedaralCourts i your favorite

: Whit Drees Whirls Kblrts lujwoolen ISINlgbt: Shirts Shirts 10 10.. down the broad stretch of' Pt tins;. mile upon miles! of driveways }Rest* Room In the South.

: Check New Shirts Hhlrts 13 Undershirt,Drawers) fl.H wave-washed and surf-packed sand E Architect and Builder : :.o good as to attract motorists G.A.DREKA'&CO.,- : .The city has a population of about ; Phone 2S<5

: gh1rt.eot1Mrntt44oekc.prpn1r! \! :3CX I bint realized that it Zs a world beater : No.S I\IP\ ln\t'ttoA'.f>. : from all over the continent. KLANU> ,'FLA! 3,500 With a thickly settled country INLAND FLA. Lag and pri-j
>llBr or Cuffs :Handkerchiefs: S .
: LadIeciotbesatvorrespondlngprlceI.I.liI.isI.Iou.uusiiisI.!! a wor'ld-wonder. Go stand upon I DAYTONA. FLORIDA. IU And as for the pavements, pavements adjacent DeLand proper is five
Julian We
S
this wi.le speedway and see the hap- ...III.I.I.IsIS1OISISISISIi.i.u.i.i.i.i.w.i.I.uIII. I thai look and act like granitewhere miles east of the St. Johns River on afternoon fr

: # ..i.i.i................... py souls flit by in joyous mood and I ---- eJse between the eastern VolusiaJIounlyAbstract the high rolling pine land of the; WRIGHTINSURANCE ; joined his wl

a answer whether this Is not one of I and western seas are so many miles great "Orange Ridge" of Florida. '
H. C. THOMPSON Agt. !, ton on SoutjWoodcck
: : the seven modern wonders. aI I in prooortion to inhabitants? The : ; .The predominating products are _

: : LAMB ENGINES : W C. CHOWNING M. D. 1I pavement question stands with the oranges.. and grapefruit, the estimated t" is
: The Pellucid Halifax River. f
Placid. | AGENCYDeLand Bennett, wiii
- a H HUPMOBILES General Medicine and 1 ctreet: as one of the chief drawing IVrt Flah; ProsidontOary from this vicinity being over
I).l4lIaIIs.I Ht'c- crop ty owner of(|
; : DcBoastrttion; Given at Any Time. : Where: think you is water with more : Obstetrics 1a cards. Till some unheard of place ivtury and Treas. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes, f

- : PHONE : picturesque surroundings? Nearly a'' Office Hours: J:5to8tO.: rtosp.ni. S reports more and better Daytona Abstracts Furnished peaches, pears, Japan persimmons, *Pedigreed

...i.uivu. suisgsi asis. mile wide. fringed with tropical vegetation : Over Kodak Place. 'Ph ODe 39. : chrowb down\ the 'gauntlet) to the and Titles'PerCected plums, pecans, guavas, strawberriesand Florida r sale Gtl S,

..I.... ............m..... artistic cottages with roomy i i ...................BAIftlAl world. other fruits are grown in plenty.In .

e JACOB ESPEDAHL E verandas looking out upon her bosom Squirrels, Flowers Birds and Fruit. 'and I Insured the way of public improvementsare OLDESTLARGEST Royal) II

Contractor and Builder gamey: ood fishes in countless numbers ...........111............ Whatever one's shortcomings and many miles of fine shell roads, an through 'he i

. 0 beckoning, as it were, to those U S Maps, Plats nnd
0 Designer and Craftsman U : DR J. E. RAWLINGS however indifferent or even callousone excellent high school electric lights, agency. the
Blueprints Kupplh'd
0 with rod and reelher bosom flecked -
Superintends ConMruction of BulldI I ; may bo to many th5ngs. the mere South Palm.
of waterworks that is owned
S N a system
0 ,.
a Ing Plans Hhort and Notice.HptTitlcatlonson : with duck and coot and snowy- 1 Physician and Surgeon : mentica of "flowers and squirrels, IIF.LANI' FLK.: and operated by the city, supplying I and BEST cupy it withance

DAYTONA, FLORIDA. winged birds, which sit about I ILf I
: : sea as birds: and fruits" will send a thrill of the j
: [OFFICE OVKR: KODAK PLAn: 1U the purest water at little cost.
..Ieisisi.i.isi.i.i.i.isiiiu I for the sport of bobbing upon the I
that is reflected hi distended pupils Tuesday to
of that
Phone 81 1 5S BONDLUMBER Nine houses worship testify
.....!.................. waves; watch that lubberly old UI and pricked: ears. For Florida I bles hotel,
a aI white headed pelican pouch a fat.: .......................... DeLand is a church-going commu-
For every visitor' WIlh a spare goober FARMS "L' esace lie foil
--- ----- -- - -- Meth-
nity. Baptists, Episcopalians,
OSCAR MICHAEL : I
aa mullet, and that fish hawk struggli.ng.upward BCB.B.BOB.B.E.B.B.B.B.B.B. there is a bunny ready to come COMPANY odists (Northern and Southern), Pres- OROVESTI If'f'

CONTRACTOR : with his floundering load he : S I and accept, your gift. lie will sit bolt Manufacturers of and Catholics Dr J ClVolus
I byterians, Christians tBER or f'r
: snatched from the water. D. D. & C. M. ROGERS 1I
: Filling and Grading : ; Il'f'rif'ht. and knaw info the meat LUMBER besides colored Baptists and Methodists TRUCK r : i Ave

: : See the beautiful launches spick Civil Engineers 1a i i casting furtive, saucy glances! at you LATH ,
Heavy Hauling a Specialty. are represented.The
0 aIIIISII1 and: span wi'Jh: hampers and lockers SI i! meanwhile SHINGLES LAND f Mrs F J.

.IRIThISISISII bulging with refreshments, both solid DAYTONA, FLA. 1S Flo'.vers. Usually fresh and blooming MOULDINGS graded school offers a tenyears' bend for Bargain Monday froij
j the whichit Hheet to,
-- -- --- course, and building ;
.!(!'! @;!'! X!
i ELLA 1 beautiful surface.' Take out your f.eld; '; .iIIelI.I.I.Iu.I.u.I.I.I.N.I.u. of Gohl mith's couplethere Mabury's 1'aroid Hooting Paints occupies is newly furnished. THE GOULD- : Minnie Rugoperated ]
AL DeVOY & CO. I I \VhltfhaIKVimntKllKmitlo throughout, and is one of the most I
'glass and sweep the river from --- Smiling spring: its eai"JiE'stisit: paid up)

f Ormoud bridge to Ponce! Park' I And summer's lingering blossomsare < 'orclnt'lnvKrlck Plaht<'rl commodious and best equipped pub- \WHEN[ CO Tuesday aft
MILLINERY
S SI Bond Hand BrickPFLANP lic schools in the State.
light house then say whether the delayed. i. DeLand Ml

. i I. Halifax: I isn't a thing of beauty and E. L. STEWART 1N I In one yad roses varigated hues FLA. The trip from Daytona to DeLandis I'ELAND' :: FLA, the time heil!

N.. >IS t Beach St.. Dayton Fla.
; ( wond .'3. U .:,.t". Ear, Throat mid :Sos.)11I: ) It... SS over an hour and there are many Beach statn
NU penchant for the poincetta and the [LANDIS & [FISH
mid :lircl
rtsId.n..Siagnolla
nxenue.
of the THE
drives in the
vicinity .|
l(! The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge-: door wi-gt of P. O.. telephone ":!. S I'' premises rre aflame; another i is hid pretty doing very i
I Office hourt! : 9a. in. to P. p. in. 1 Attorneys at Law county site. A good road leads to up and WOI
. I : den in a Jungle of tall cane. Varietyis GORDONGARAQE
East Florida wood. SI.I.I.I.I.I.ISI.I.a.I.I.Iasisi : Practicing In all DeLeon Springs, five miles, a historic come home
I the<< spice of life and here is where htatc and K.-Ueral
; : Ridg wood avenue is upon the crest -- -- --- -- find it. Courts spot, where 60,000 gallons of water I'I
you .
Special facilities for
Telephone Company | .
of a broad ridge straight as the crow ,; S .B.B.fl.B.B.B.B.B.BB U. The birds flit in, and witfh their InvfRtlpatlng and, bubble from the earth every minute. The 'WAXTEIj

j Connections at Daytona I flies and the wide spreading branches I' : DR. F. H. HOUGHTON 1 :joyous notes help to give fullnessand Tfwctlng TtrLANH, FI.A.SMRTSBLY title. From DeLand automobiles go southto DeLand gage, Addr-j

of 'he beavy-trunked live oaks ex-!: symmetry to the picture.As Osteen 18 miles, on shell and i

for Long Distance Points I tend their: giant! arms across the mag- : marl roads; the St Johns is crossed by Headquartersfor
1
Dentist E EN for fruits, choice citrus fruits,
nificer sEta, forming an arch and'' !fM ferry near Osteen and cars can then
''Office Daytona >. Ids the palm to none for AutomobilesAGENT
In Peck Block
H. C. from SS Sanford and Orlando
THOMPSON. Mgr. these extended arms great festoons Isaac A. Mt..war'Epford continue to by
Piior.32Vtt End Mouth
Bridge UU
I quality and quantity per acre. There Bly
of Spanish moss sway as the S : htewart hard road. There is a shell road FOR
.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.flB.BBtB.B. ere scores of citrus groves in proximity Mary Maxwell.Tour. -
- -- trade wInds from. the tropOc:. seas J: Attorneys at Law from DeLand to Orange City. five
to the city, branches bfnding Cars and
fan them. Looking straight ahead I i isisu...................i.I their of and l'otBrks Public miles, and a good road from DeLandto ing
to the erth: with burdens
H. T. McCLELLAN down this white shell street one 'has ]I T. E. Fitzgerald I':. F. Oat..s .1 lucious gclden globes which for I1ELAND. FLA. Lake Helen a like distance. RunaboutsArthnrO.

the impression of a fairy path with
... I I FITZGERALD & OATES : beauty proflicacy and all desirable
f lf sa draperies, but as you move ,
Mill Work
'long and cast an eye first to the I Attorneys and Counsellors at LawHpecial : qualities would truly astonish jou. J.A.ERICKSON. BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO. .P.HnmllnKoyal UaiullnHAMLIN

I Write or ask him about anything Tight and, then to the left you see ( S and Perfecting Fncllltli "for Lund Examining TltlfsOflic S UN The Fastest Autos and The Finest Manufacturers

yon want made of( wood. Every- distinguished cottage homes in the 1 "' Conrad Iluildlnp. 'Phone I 1289I 1 Out. & CO. Light Granite, Buff, Red suit

.1 thing the best. 'i- most delightful] settings.See .... .I.I.I.I.B.B...I.I. The =evti.th world wonder, do Largest! Stock of Drab Brick
I
I .1 you Pianos, Organs and
tho glistening leaf of the grand -- - --- - -- -- l':irc- Cjipi'ut\ li-.Mir: !s Prompt fi'hlpIIIt'Ub. -
1231 a'-k? whether from1U.S01I: &
: Ccme. Sewing Machines .
North Ridtewood Ave. PhoDe I Irei I \V ri 110ror li'inklil mid Pricts.L1E .
magnolia which nature has varnishedas ( \o '.! or Cm'QliJint': from Kalamazoo o
; I
I : : 11.' H.\! HAMLIN
!
4 _ _ _ _ _ _ 110 ort's's' brush ever could; and DR.J._ P. ESCH J. : T.mbufto: and jou will be hown." I
,
.; the (.ablnge palms with their burdensof I hero is where!: the world's record for LAKE HELEN

{ PORT ORANGE i showy! fruit and swaying palas! : :' Physician and SurgeonS . . I i: sp I)* "(1! :s broken with every recurring ALLLiN'SNt Surrounded by several lakes Attorneysand
I .
PICTURESQUE ; I P. ntiiMiIji I>Hfifth) I li .t:- \lth..f :. I pretty
i "tttb lovely holly with its fexqtnsne .
?- :M. I K:. I hui.li. 'OhI.1'1 ':' 0. :! |p. I>:KOI: Autos the bistt-st. the fast- and guarded \ 1
by lofty pine trees is
I .
t | bury; see the climbing \'inesI ? IIL.'i; toT p.III. 'I'llfMH'' ;-.1 I.1M'. ':N\ xt to I'c ioJIlo' Counsellorsat
,. y JW\clt.: : t-t. ;and the fm'.*j t are on daily parade Lake Helen, a winter resort of no LawUrLANI'
P.RT ORANGE t : iunot; in the trees; see the ,
j ern'Ol..fm.to -
.",r-tty1IttI.'vUIztge I r : !' '!'!' .!: j.ii..,..! .i.e'\i.: . i !'@@!' '!J si.d the big show is as free as DRUGGISTSJEWELERS little importance. Camp Cassadaga,
PORT I 0 R wiiich
ORA6' [ : ; forms gain a foot- ,
..
l', j 11 I : p'i-! artesian! water from th<-'
IIltnutro n\"t' mil" hod: jn the great oaks and S-lel.r ....C..a................ a spiritualistic camp-ground is situ FLA.'I .
tiOuthof 11".tonli on t.-ion-aid-: : : of flowing wells.! It.s; a ated
II Ia'tollls: ,.wm.rna H 0 USE pams): and surely you will join in S SI I PF.L\-ll.> KI>\. near Lake Helen and at this
; t f' Dr. SAMUEL M. LONG : ('out:nuout show with a constantly I place several hundred make
people
hllr,1 "ur- I .lhe! chorus and say that this i is a shut ,
og: scene.EveLythrng
7n..rondtti.se.'nte. S. Fred Cummings I world ender for beaut}'. I DENTIST : G. W. Fisher winter headquarters. A laige lumber fOTAINiDaLAND. '
hi h.'ftof t h. -::1st : goes from a :2-horse: I mill and the largest brick plant in

I (00111. The town II! Owner and Manager Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage : One Door North of New Mcr- : power up to a 00-hore (power and Drug Co.i i the South are located at Lake Helen. :: FLA.

ltcate4 on the HIIII- Chants Bank. cjl! degrees of from
Homes. I 2The speid a canterto
fox River and t Is Drugs, Stationery, I ORANGE CITY
llftpInsu1a .......................... a two-mile-a-mimite! clip. You will ClothingFurnishings I
connected 1v1th : Huylcr's Candies, ,
jppestt.. PORT ORANGE No one of Daytona's attractions, -- - - probably catch the spirit: when yo<: Kodaks I The principal attraction around

byabrldge. : perhaps, commands more nearly universal do the roads and the beach are yours Cigars Orange City is the many handsome Shoes j
@ ;; MrLANP. nA.A. _
The town Is well BJACU attention and praise than does Manhattan i iI : The Florida sunshine is free, the: golden orange groves. The town is
laid ont and baR the artistic cottages. The of I
owners
Lots for Sale.A for ladies and balmy ocean breezes are free, the supplied with water said to be the ,1
hom's. gentlemen. I
many prf'tt these
villas hail
large number of Liberal Terms charming from every ( (.f birds an1 squirrels and flowers are I A. H. f OODALLThe purest in the world another attrac-

1.oonlltll And .tntt'r Allowed for corner of the country and they bring I Regular Dinner 11 to 1:30: Daily. free, the sparkling fountain water is tion to visitors. It is at Orange City
their architectural and : Short Orders. Box Lunches. 1
own : plans :
make I'ort Tree
m1c2t'nts ) and will have
IMPROVEMENTSflrangcwlnler )'OU to go down that passengers over the Florida East
b.-ad. build them and, the arch : Everything Fresh.Special
upon as
SfllELASD
Ocean or River ) Attention Shown to Ladies. onto your wallet only for coin for Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and
.
of thp :
Quart4'n sue FISHING I ecture of one section of the country
and bed
,
t auto and board. GROCER drive to Deland. The town is
""a'aeral aUradl.ntl f'onTf'nlf'nt to AutoI . differs from the architecture of another .:, THE MANHTTAN CAFE sur
being tbt> eielItnt lUobllt' HaM ('our_ This is no fanciful picture; it's all rounded by land peculiarly
adapted
... au.d Br1dgs.A '. so do our homes differ in ( 38 South Beach Street DELAND, FLA.
1tsbln @ here. It is drawing cither thousandsand to the cultivation of citrus fruits. j l"LOKI DA
abort distance APPlY: to outward appearance and .structural (! (i !
J
bVding! them will --
WM. C. HOWES enthralled it -
'at If Port ()rnnge beauty from one another. There are __ = :.=.: -=.. I -- --
of A gent n ---- charm and hold! jou. Come and see.I I............................ .....+
remains . .
a"" the Port ('rangt, Fin.5b no monotonous rows of strikingly .......................... I ............ :
> old Iunlawtousugar .
similar build'ngs! but the it 1 I : .
eye. as -- - ------- -- -

!I that t mill vl'It. a .place'\".'nPurt Orange sweep! by is treated to a kaleidoscopic :. When You Are Looking for :. i "From the Grove to the Table"INDIAN : THE DAILY NEWS

:;. yrbybundr'9Oftourlata. change which keeps the mind Some One to Do . I
On tlm' OiSIR CO wondering. "What next?" RIVER GRAPE ': .

.dlthrountrvw't: p. DUPONT' It is no* only the exterior of many FRUIT AND ORANGES I :. ..
I
of Port Oraiig''. .ur- Grow.;r and Lca1er I II I I II Grown on the Halifax. :I' .
tb' old of th's. homes which rivets. attention Electrical %Work I
rounding
I I nlII was a; \8t IndIgoandutrarcnne- OYSTERS CLAMS and I I ; """.h.t: they are models of convenience ; The finest quality of fruit for salein i.: Gives Away *- some three persons whose :

Pt. Or..n.-II"vt"f'R_ : and the finishing! and furnishing single boxes or car lots. Special ; names were mentionedinthe : I

plautat1on.Tbvn11I i jive evidence of the eleganceand I PHONE 14, attention paid to filling orders. : -- _

was opt'rahJ..xtf'n-. I I cultivation of those who workedit : Every Day previous day's - :
paper
MUNROE & STEVENS ; __
aIv'iy In those .arlyday. ftM C c. HOWES! ---
all out. Indeed it is the interior : .
; hut hue btn I. I i FOR LA Wi! GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. :I ..
d Uk' for forty or Real Estate I arrangement and artistic furnishing

fltvy.ars..t I I and shRding. more than the exterior Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. : Four Tickets to the Crystal :
I Insurance pI'
very Intl'rt''tlnc' _ I appearance: that gives a surpassing : THE ELECTRICIAN. 2 :: Theatre and Merchandise i
dnn' front I'aylon OT ; I I a
ARY Pl'BLIC
hi Ity O"t"ur, I.. ad.. I charm to Daytona homes. This feature : Best t Prices Best Work S .'I..o..o '!o:!(!'! !'!',!'!'!'i 'o.!",!'!'!".i .
pp
tu t...... nproih 01! __Port ()ranre. fla.p Justly merits prominence another : NORTH BEACH STREET : .: Order for 25 cents on some :
vonJer. GITTENS & MESSING 1 pS.
t h I'ort (1riI1. .

p I t.i' .t iir- 'tiitrti I I .......s .......4.......... :, . -.It' '., h: It. 1.1., ... .\ '. .: local store. : : : : : : :
: a ni! t i h. :I I -' J I. Streets and Pavements the Most IjIiiI. pp .
S ,4IRI' t iiISlOgLISISIiiSI ; 1'- Fresh Fish I
r1..ig: ,; thmnh, U. : i .I and Best. f0)] .pp .
.
: McDonald's Boat Yard : N./ :::
;irtnitL I .tro'd of > *r > Clams p .
::
Purt
;, of th' '. :. I I chose to give Daytona the and Rose Bay Oysters 1: Watch for them
CHAS. ;
h-.lt..1 old ta" I Merchandise\ I I most admirable I M. McDONALD Proprietor = your name may :

null rlurnI,:h t, I IP.tytona I I the most picturesque natural I Railways. Boats Built. Repaired 1 j. MarUft on South Beach Street 1 .

ty hoo r.' If: Port Orange n. sKting of all the cities of the South 1 and Housed. Phone 5 Prompt Delivery I Ii : be next. :

on tb' lIutt.Iand. I !Is cot revealed, but that such is .pp

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of F : : When nickel Devil's was Copper.discovered( In Germany I IUC INTEREST IS SHOWN II PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA\ I 11111.

ty, in 1751;) it was named: devil*; ,
of STETSON } copper by the superstitious miners because I IN AVIATION A I EXHIBITIONS.
lat. it looked like copper, yet no copper I I SMYRNA is situated fif-
UNIVERSITY r race could be smelted from it. I I NEW\ miles south of Daytona ORANGESIf
DiLAND, FLA i and is an ideal spot reached I Iv.ry
Four ( MANY INQUIRIES ARE BEING RECEIVED you want the
Technical Colleges be ani( G I The Apple. I 1: from Daytona by a hard surface road I In-st Orange
B. Equipment Loots co tIng -' i 1 The apple Is not considered to l he a | AS TO ACCOMMODATIONS i' winding through one of the most pic- I apply utPoint
nearly $4(0,"" turesque of Florida.
d '" ;>>* parts Grove
complete food in Itself, but the food
Endowment OuOjncjn on .I.Ij With backto
its
I ancient
: ruins dating
the Faculty of 4i list it has a value far above the nutri- FROM PERSONS IN VARIOUS forthc RfdlanJInillin -
lessors and in.strnctors. a time when the history of man 'I Klr.>rOrangf
In .Christian. ment It possesses. Apples aid the j runneth not, interlaced with wires the best in thstate. >
wn non Eteclarlaa J'J'bu stomach in the digestion of other foods, PARTS OF STATE. XK\V:. of the modern telegraph and tele- .
For Information Teaching. I and therefore the best results ore ob- ) phone, its miles of shell streets as Grove situated 11 ra
I Already inquiries! be
are ng received -
address: I tained from eating them after rather hard and smooth as a floor and over- from Daytona o.
of Lincoln Nulley' j than before meals. as to accommodations in Daytona M. arched by hoary forest giants that I Smyrna the Daytona RoaJ. .w
ire Ph.D Lltt.1>.. grew! in stately grandeur the I
during
LJ.o. D. the last week in March, when Prices Moderate
and Preeldent Town lapse of bygone centuries, New I
..........................: Aviator J. A. D. McCurdy will give Smyrna is truly a place of romance I FERD I
ow-
; a his series. of exhibition: flights here and rest I NORDMANNProprietor

rep lag, J. If. PERKINS : I Sidewalks 1 Indications are there wi'l t be many All nature here is very inviting to I

ban people from all parts of the state in the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
ited Daytona at that ti-me. grasping the R. S. I too is to be found the best fishing and I .
Attorney andCounsellor ===
the opportunity to make a visit to the hunting in the state of Florida.

ver ; i+ prettiest winter resort in the world The people are thrifty, the busi- !I
one at Law f 1 : and watch the sensational: flights ness men enterprising, and all unite I: I F
Ith 1i or Mile : through the air of the pioneer among. '
i j jtlay and in extending the welcome hand of I

of Will State PraetUe and Inc : : of Property. !! bird McCurdy men. is looking' forward with .IHI1'I five hospitality church edifices to strangers.for white There people are j I j
I !
anticipation to his fights here because
ings FederalCourts and an equal number for the colored'
it was on the Daytona beach
population the town has excel
; an
that Glenn H. Curtisa, whose biplane / I f fI fI fr ft
utatry and lent high school. a splendid public t
i will be used by McCurdy, made Jrs:
DiLAND, FLA. library, aad up-to-date business I I
five i I Daytona Beach j mile record with a motorcycle, and houses. I
i I this record has stood since as theworld.s
on New There are any number of pretty I
the WRIGHTINSURANCE .........*.........*******. record. homes for the permanent population, !

: I. which numbers close to 2,000. and I
arc : : --- -I-. .......*..*.*.....***... fine winter residences. : r
some A
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tcd AGENCY |: AUTO OWNERS I ATTENTION |! OCEAN "0 There are good hotels and boarding OF!
Ta HOTEL houses where you can find accommodations -
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A NEW SMYRNA I
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pcs, _. F. W. to meet your requirements. I II I

ons. DeLand( Florida : HOLD A : TIRES to fit all rims at the VUL- J l'ltl) : Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a JOHN:' T. HAMMOND -
.csnty. I : CANIZER'S Cottage Avenue. I section of vegetable land as can be l'/lld..nt!/ ,
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-' I found anywhere This land has been GEO. L. BRANNING t +
: your size not in stock will $3.00 i'u..hl..rTransacts
ents OLDESTLARGEST : : : divided into small farms which can
PROMPTLY WIRE, I a
anghts !. be bought at reasonable prices. Some
: delivery in from 12 to 24 hours. General ,
: of the finest celery grown in the stateis {
ed : 4 I Kx: ....II.. raised on this land All other vegetables Banking a
and BEST .
nod! Business
: : :: in abundance and here,
ying w. s. MCGREGOR Agent j grow
XKW: ." ; too, is the home of the famous Indian 4 Pert.'ent.lnterest
: 1..I" on Time Deposits
that i VULCANIZER Cottage Ave. River oranges. : J :
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For Florida .
U. : Accessories and Repairs that HOLD *
FARMS i
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GROVES I and for the Cottagers,
tics, TIMBER\ ---- - --- .......................*..***..***.4........********.
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thoTRUCK i : R. H. MCDONALD : :I The Co.

ten Bend LAND for Bargain SIXTH I MEATS I Joseph Zapf
hfeh Hheet to;;
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shed JACKSONVILLE. FLA. : 1.
THE GOULDmm Florida and Western : w .
most pub.. -- -- : The Choicest Steaks and : \ Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor :.

co. les : The Primest RoastsT.lephoneU4 : house in Florida. Sole distributors for : r
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ittle d INLAND. FLA.' r ry ; : for Doubles Mixed Doubles .: wilt endeavor what to see you that want you and get we It." .: f Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer |

Tournament for Men's Singles : thoned. !_, : > Special attention is called to the :
the THE : ,
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to : : POULTRY : :
tonic GORDONOARAGE to The Despland Hotel or by per .
I : Thernrlleryouh-aveyour l order the *
watts J'S; on lists at office. I* Ix-tter chcuree= you have of getting f Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. : 1
natv. ': 3. Cups will be given to winners. : the choicest. : : I'
oath The .f i. I***************...........*.......*.........***.****
and DeLandHeadquarters I I ***.***************..*...* I Ii

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fN 1004 @10 MN000 09i0 NOQ0 H NNON N THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Peninsula Variety : % 9n


illh1IJr SUITS TO MEASURE 1 1i day Published, from December every evening 1 to except April 1?, OH-by Store i WE SELL i ;. f. s HO

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GAZETTE-NEWS CO. FLA. '
THE DAYTONA BEACH
T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor. Kxcptlonnl MonrysavingValUfS : Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of j t j i 1 I

in : lubricating oils on the market. t .
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i C. S. HARRIS, City Editor. Enamel Ware s t Z

jrIHItIrI Now is the time to get your spring suit. Mr. Henry, I HARRY L. ROOD, Adlanager China i "ti ..
Japanese !
i of the Storrs-Schaffer Co., will be with us Tuesday, GEO. F. CROUCH. Superintendent.Entered : L.

i : Feb. 28, Wednesday, March 1, with a large line of J as second class matter I Laces WE REPAIRs i ') fc i Enlarge]
Ribbons Greatly
samples to take your measure.ANTHONY i December 1, 1910, at the postoffice i i I Sides.
i at Daytona, Florida, under Act of Opposite Webster's Grocery Store of all makes and in any condition. J
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March 3, 1879. Seabreeze Ave. ex


BROTHERS : ...........-.................-...-T.....-.-...--..-..-..- ........ :: Central Auto Garage. :: i: 8ummt'rAt1d:


.i -I Home o! Hart Schalfner & Marx Clothes. i .1 O Complete Machine Shop J ...................o...................eI ...........Gti t,I' ............

..................................................... : I Clareildoll! d 6 Garage! g REPAIRING OF ALL-KINDS BY : .

.......+.+.+...+...+.+.. .+...+.+.+............*++..+. .J Ulll A COMPETENT- -MACHINIST.---- *J ........................-......................... .-I .. '. I".........


j By Rail and River. i! T. OPPOSITE HOTEL CLARENDON, SEABREEZE'! FLA. .* I| What's t the I : T:

I t. AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. ('lar'i Kl;xxrbni ;e..NNN .1 V

......................._....-.-.-.- .- ., .- .- .........N....... ,I I. J-J'I'I E.
.....!...........,............ 6... ..4.-.. .............Nr ... .yyyy..y-----y - --- i zr=; zUse====
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'ft1wV"i/JN"i'ftiN'/rW.' N'rrYNt irrililNfNirrhS, Flour Prussia.. I f' :
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.Best !
{ I The first steam flour mill in Prussia & _:
I JUST GOSSIP was built in 1S'J2. Up to that tiiae I All depaj

Service to the East I BY THE GOSSIPER. grain had beeu ground on the share of. spending your time sweating over a .. : selected 1 t fro
I but the new system made flour a cum hot stove these hot days trying to
.mm..W"NI..I.I1.I!.Wnm.W.W, !}!V S:: get
Leave Jacksonville 7. a.tn. of trade, and) IS- S the twit thJ
by
used
Palmetto United.! Arrive htatunnah..IIAaim.::::::::::::: : : I modity I the family ironing done on time when J help
Augusta.............. .... 6.50 p.m Interest in the Daytona: fire de ers were buying flour alone.1 I |
DAILY. Carrying through Coaches, Charleston ... ..... ...... 4.27:! p.111. partment is being revived and if it i I. I you can buy an ) with all thee
[ Klchmond.. 4Nsa.: ) 0
Electric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room Washington:'::::::.::'.:: AMie.mnt.( : continues to increase ths oiuy may Seventh Sons In Belgium. finest Chefs,
.. .. .... .. II :
Btepere Dining Cars. Jacksonville to .. \t'Baltimore. Phlndt'lphla..n.I5It.m.ew V.lAa.n. soon have a volunteer department In the early days of the reign (.r the I AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRON

U Y'k. New.York.:! ......... .....,15o .w. which will ,be a credit to the city I: late King Leonid of Itelgium a seventh ; Summer adj

New York and Florida Special. Iially Except Hunda)'. No.NttDeaeriptlonofthisppulnrtralssdeLux. and one of which the citizens may i,I son and was when born the to king a Brussels heard of woman it ,

.. Leave" Jacksonvill,1.19p.m.! well feel proud. Daytona has teen remarkably j'! and was told that the ;l.oy was tht'Fen'nt : :::

This train consists of Pullman Drawing ** U..M'........, ............ . free from d'sasjous (jrl"S' I 75
Boom, I HtateKoom.steeping, Illnlng and LI- h successive one and that no ;
Arrive Richmond......................,. 1.11//)a.lII. I -
heatej l>y steam recently, but this fact i is no indication 3FO
wrththenrwhigh-speedhrakesandhrihlantly [ Washington; .....................lojJSa.n : : girl had come to the family he asked I
U quipped lighted throughout; l>y.-!tctricUy Baltimore West .11JJ7 1.48 8.11I. that the town will always be 'i I to be the baby's godfather. En"rsince $ I I T]
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: p.m
pro"ldt'd'for
special lights tw'trig each Kew YhllxdrlphlaK.R. free from the ravage of flames: and then every seventh son born in Brussels I f
comfort In
feerth. affording perfect writing forkAvee'
or for reading at night.Florida :XJd! Ht.... SJM p.m it is -wc-ll to be prepared. Daring I: has had the same: honor and th"1 '

I Ix-ave Jacksonville............ 0.15a.m. the summer months Is, when the': mothers have received gifts in keeping : l :
and West Indian Limited.( Arrive Havannah................ 1.20 p.m. should'' with their station in life.
members of the department :
Augusta .. ft.50p.in. i
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches, (Charleston:::::::::::::::: 6.48: p.m.: : take the time to drill' and be prepared --- These are the Standard Laundry Irons and are i iI
Richmond............... 6.10a.m. Conceded!
Electric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room 44 Washington....... ...... 8.4)a.ni. for emergency and from Indications / Earth Magnetism. :
Bleeping Cars, Dining Cars. Jacksonville 44 44 Baltimore.... ............10.i2( a.m.. the Daytona fire departmentwill I According to Gauss! the magnetic for sale by !: Twc

to New York. \ \1'.Phlladelphlu..lf.New York........ ...... 1.50: tpn1 p.m be in better condition next win : action of the earth is the fame as thatwhich :I .
would IK exerted if in each cubic -

Coast Line Florida Mail. Lease Jacksonville............. 'j...' p.m. I ter than it has ever been. yard there were eight bar magnets :
Arrive Havannah......... ..... ..U: U5 a.in ** > I The Schantz Electric Ice
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DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches 44 Charleston.....,..... .., 5.05./ a.m 1 each weighing one i>ound. I I'I White Help i|
44 Richmond ....... ...... N.mp.m The movement started by the sug- ,
Electric-Li htf6d Room
aDd Drawing ( .. ... : I
Sleeping Cars. Jacksonville to New York .. W-txhliiKton: : ::::..:... .ll.5op.iiiBtltlniore 19Ua.nt.::::: section of the mayor in his first re Scott Was Rated as a Dunce. : .i t The Prim- G i-j
W. Philadelphia .... it.4Oa.ni, port to the new city council: that' the' and Water Co. r Palm Ilfiu-h Lou I
mops at Meal (stations. 1 As a boy Walter Scott gave few Iu- ; : t !
44 New York............ .. .Ila.m.. ,
Local Sleeper Jacksonville to Savannah. city should improve conditions at the dications of his coming great ss and < f
1 1i'n Two tickets to theCryMiil; Thintriwill I..- pr..t'ntodfr; -. I.. K.: Kil lI\\JJIIf"h J JW.ll .
Best Trains to the West. city jail and which will liiktly) result I was described by one of his early preceptors j rail at the Lily NYws" ofllnliefore tomorrow night. 5Magnificent = SameTH
the lockup building being as "the boy l that has the thickest <;
t present f'kullin the '...............................................N..Oe ./efi/e/e/..I
hool.fterward at
!I Nos. i torn down and a new one_ built on I I;<<: '
No. n. Sooth Atlantic Limited No. :33. .
Route d.\6.
32 and 5ft Montgomery .
I 57 a \) the city property west of the railrotdtrack I Edinburgh university the future "wi/-
: i8.1fpm i- I is one which should hare the: I j ard'* was thus! epitomized by one of .1..........I

Ar.Lv........Jacksonville.. Atlanta.......lA (H.4.1.25:! pm pm I, N 15 pmNHlHIII Ar.lol1t Lv . ;J ieksotn11Ie.Ar) on..r.L'.J', 7.f 1lpm\ andf.ieam hearty support of a'l I citizens. Act 011'' the l leading professors. "Dunce lie is.!; ( ............................................' : .
j
, 8.40 pin Ar..I.ouIv/IIe..Lv/ S.i*>a m 12.10: pm Ar.. litrminghum..Lv.i.4aptu: : and dunce Le will remain." ]
1 1.06*m Ar. .Indiana x.IiB..I.,' 4.10amH.UIHIII I. ...111 pm Ar.. .. =Xa" "hvllle . .. r.v; II.:!.">anti in this matter shcu'd be pushed by i < :
.46pm Ar..tln.lnllutl..I.\. ... Kvansvllle; . livlA'i! I.'UII1' the city council. The piosent city; i p
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'i 7.10 am Ar..Chkugo..J. VUVI pmXo. .1a.I.oulv. .. l.lOpmi..ipnt Peanuts. Trains J
i .: Ar... ...t'hkll .......Lv. (\ jail is in a disgraceful condition/I/ andif Peanuts are very rich in nitrogen j i!r4 s
i. it is ever put into proper' shi'pe:
and contain considerable: starch and ] 4
NO. W..1 Dixie Flyer Route. j I. ..: II No. t M. Seminole; Limited; ; I! "0. !03. will have to be rem od el't.'tl. requiringan oil. When broiled and mashed they are ': Florida Limited" : Eii :

outlay of money enough to have ', much better than when roasted and j jcround. 0 Southern Southeastern Limited" : 4 Yv

tl.26pm; f..JHc.ksOD\.I1It' At 741une ft.4ftpniiLr, ...Jacli. !>onvllle. .Ar 7.nSam the )present bul'dlifg' ton: down anda *
. ...Lv 5.40am '. .. .. "Jacksonville-Atlanta I
wlspm Ar.\4ayero.s 1ii,45pm -\r Special" :
\\'aycro -Lv 5.1.1'' V
I .... :Atlanta .. ...1.'. NAIIpin :2.1fiamiAr... .. ...Alliany . ...Lv! 1.25HIMll.Ttiiiiiii : 'm7..lamAr. new one erected in a more fio.iii&, I j avt
8.46. pm .Ar.Evansville.V.... . LvAr 6.35amJt.5opm ( Ar......BlnnlnghHiii.... ..J.,' 4.40pm location. The ground across the, raiil-> 1 : "Florida Special" : -
c. am C'hlriiico. .Lv 7.15 am Ar ChlcaKO ... ....L9.apnit. < March 1 In American History. j ;
7 JO am -\r..Bt.Loull..,.. Lv 11.551'11I "JflJam! Ar..l Louis..la /11.:.'0)pm road track is tILe proper 'place for the I VIASOUTHERN .
1781-Articles of American confederation j i;
lockup because the majority of the I
For Rates, Pullman Reservations. and Information Call on or Write I went into operation. From the j ]; RAILW'YFLORIDA
1 persons who find temporary 3<:(0:11.: I
date of (the assembling of the Second I s I
A. W. FRITOT DiY sioa Pass. Att. W. D.. STARK Traveling Pass Atf.JACKSONVILLE. modations within its wads come from Continental congress May 10. i j 11 P.'IICI'LE. .
138 WEST BAY STREET - - - FLA. that section of the city., The build:
- --- -
1775. to March 1. 17S1. the American i ,, "--
ing is an unsightly thing at its! present I revolutionary | N
N..........N...............e....................N. I government was 'I SPECIAL. SOUTHERN'S SOUTHEASTERN
: Le .
location and certainly should congressional being LIMITED.
powers ( West and Northwest. I :..........
STEAMER : moved farther away from the publk-. assumed.1791William. Washington, New York and the Cast.

OHlOka library. It Ls to be hoped the city ..lenkhls'orth, general I' 3 Lv Jacksonville............7.40 a. m. _
Cherokee River council wi'Il': hurry the movement tohave Mexican: : war born; died 1840. : J Ar Atlanta....................5.00 p. m. Lv Jacksonville........... 9.00 a. m. I ....III..U t
,# i 1910 Snowslides In the mountains of > Ar Chattanooga............g.Ss p. m. Lv Savannah .............. 1.10 p. m. :
1 FOR 1 a new jail;::: built: on the city lots. Washington cause the loss of over Ar Cincinnati ...............K.OO- a. m. Lv Columbia ...... ....... 6.40p.m. _

4 lives. Ar Louisville ..............8.40 a. m. Ar Washington ........... S.SSa.,) m. I .
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. : COOD ENTERTAINMENT 100 I Ar Chicago ..................o.25 p. mAr Ar Baltimore;..........10.02] a. in. ::
J C'1f".Eland..3.5] p.In I Ar Philadelphia...........12.23 p. m.Ar _
PROMISED BY ZANONI. ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS.From .................... i
i I Detroit 4.00p.m. : Ar New york.............. :2.31 p. m. :
t The largest; fastest and only boat stopping at the : ( noon today to noon tomorrow.) !
Reserved seats are now on sae! at Sun s't1., = : .. rises G 2S! ; inoon sets JC:43 - !

: upper cabin. Ilankins for Signer Zanoni's en er- : p. in.; moon's age; one day: Ash! j i"Wednesday. FLORIDA LIMITED. JACKS0NVILLE-ATLANTA I
: : : Constellations:: visible I: i 11SCO West and Northwest. SPECIAL. j Steam Meat I
tainment Thursday night. He i is
: First-class; Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin. \vitltit; ; : doubt the greatest!;: of aMPtyrholosital : p. in. in March. : Overhead. (;JemIni Lv Jacksonville! : -..,........ s.O.i p. in.Ar Between Jacksonville_ and Atlanta. I'r.,t

; mirth. I'rsa Minor Cepheus.. Lynx; Vl'tMta& .. ..... ...... 5.20a.m. Lv Jacksonville. ... .. ,.'M m. :
f N............o...... ................................ ( : demonstrators. lie h IS northeast.. lmi' -o. "rsn Major, Canes : .\ '1. .Nvillf: .. .......... "...55 p mAr Ar Macon{ .... .... .....4.3.; a.p. III. .

(! (;: .. .... . .. .,!. ,!.,!,,!(,!'.!,.- t puz dl'.1 thousaLtis and has bail ed \Ynatici. iiootes; east.I \' rw.; Leo. Leo.1 I 'P.. iiinafi .... ..... S 35 p. m. .\Atlanta... . ...7.4.i a. ni. i ir S
- ,. I Minor! ; !southeast Crater Hydra: south, j Arf'hit-aeo' ... ............ 7 45) a. m. -- 1 :
t Steamers U.S.A. I fluntific: world wth: his d 'nionMr.irkus Canes :Minor) Mnn("' rll"< .ranis Major. ..r I irtroit) ........ ......... .3fa.) m.Ar Asheville N. C. : r ii

i Louisville 1andNashvdle j i, of tho'Jslit t"an.smL: s'ou I Argo; Navis: : southwest Orion. Lepus' | lUrmingliaii) ...........]12.15' noon I.,' Jacksonville..9! 00 a. in. t .
I Columbia: : : west. Taurus.: !:; Aries; north-i' i Ar i Kansas City...........10.25: a. m. Ar Ashpville, ...... . .....7 W a. mAr : Palmetto .1
AND mil "I'oiK-o-ntration! of mind. lie will; : I west.:; Auriga; ren-eus.: 1.issioi: |,eLa. | .\r Ci.Iiimdo Springs: : .... >.15] a. m. Cincinnati: ...*.. .. ..00 a. m. :

1 Constitution d"tuor.strate; how the thought wav. !sof Bright: ; stars visible" same; hour figures I Z: ---- .. j.j.1 .........Q.
\l -oii.l: \ -1110111. triiiiv iniMliTii 'I.'etrttally lulit.| 1'lllI'h; ;anll'I"p.nntC''I' I :
oil"! human being domina'.e iiidiatiii liriliiancy as MIIIS compared !
may ; _
a _
Pui'Mi-ui
'! I "!:: '' in- IP..usl..prni I: | I tnutrar..nu.
D r the of another. I with our sun as unity: Overhead P it- !; Ill'TI'KET oKKIi'K \tF.T1x.1\'s.T..iU'K-: -I.\.II.t-.FI.\I ; .\. --
Railroad I 111nttmtnt > I F..r I'i,1 ;liiiaii. |Ib{ rvntlon-. iind l Compi.' '!. I nforiniit! ,ion. ci.'iimiinifiit with .
are now running betweenDAYTONA lux 17O; northeast. An-turus 1 r.l>n ; I I .t0l0B.B.
I1 He will demonstrate Washington: east, Spica; Uegulus.: 110: south. Pro- : J. J. McGEE. C. P. & T. A.. G. R. PETTIT. D. P. A.. .
Irving Ilh;hop's Death Test by whk-h' I : Jacksonville Fla.
I ---" : cyon, 2r.;; Sirius); southwest. Bt' :
i -1 JNO. L. MEEK. A. G. P. A.. Atlanta, Ga. .
: and a committee selected by the audience: geux Ulgel t; "'tost.ll1d'lral1.. 7U(I-11; I I .
Montgomery Route. | hides a book at one place and ''pin at northwest (":'111:1. 2 h). Planets I Ht
o i PALM BEACH another place. )It also eec--s! a.I :March: Mercury, invisible passingthe I-....................... ee.... ee............."' SituatedOcean. c
Lv Jacksonville, A.C L... S.15 1 r
I I pm particular page in that book and li icon sun the L'Uth: Venus sets about It ha
E Lv Birmingham ...........12 22 pm 1 I'' that page; a word on that line: 7:43: p. in.. brightest star in heavens; / --- : are large, airy

Lv Nashville ................. 7.55.pm .: I and a letter in that word before hid, Mars rises about! 4lo: ; a. in.; Jupiter' I vice is admir j
Ar St. Louis; L. & X..... 7 40 am | ing the book. All this is done ia Z.lnoni's I'! rises about! ]10:23: ; p. m.; Saturn sets i I.:-- ................................................. 1 on apphcatiodB0IB0B0B
Leaving Daytona Saturdays and about 9:13: Uranus rises about I
: p. in.; -
f!3 : Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. absence. When Zanoni appears 3:30 a. iu.: Neptune) sets! about 2u'.0: :a. f ]
I Dixie Flyer Route. |: 1 bound South. he is blindfolded! ; and instant'yfinds :: m. Sun Aquarius till 14th, then In i :::
(S i the book and places the pin Pisces. Zodiacal lights seen in west STEAMER SWAN

&V I I Jacksonville, A.C.L... 8.25 pra |: Palm on the letter of the word on the line after twilight on moonless nights.l'aye.s .
Leaving Beach Saturdays p
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1 Chattanooga 11 37 am S: of the page of the book select)< : d by comet due this month, with -
Ar Chicago ...... ............. 64; am i: !j and Tuesdays bound North.at 9:00: m. the {-ommitt 1! ..3 1(0 years. period : LENGTH 150 FEET-281 TONS. e THE

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]l L tm,: iI I! - - - : With excellent j Fresh milk, vejI
Prince Gt-orf->ok accommodations and service lighted by
South Atlantic Limited. : I -II
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< F. E. C. TIME I TABLE : electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passengers :
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Lv Jacksonville, A C.L... S.15 pm | JIN j I.is
I Lv Knoxville, Lk: X....12.20 pm | jI EFFECT JAMJARY 9. tonSol'TII I: now being operated betweenDAYTONA i =
I McCOY BROTHERS I ..
r} a Ar Cincinnati. .............. S 45 pm I ...... .l

,' Ar Grand Rapids: .. . .. 6.45 am I Por I-Hn I I'o W __ __ -"HTII liottItY.An--1'e_ -- I i
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Ar Louisville ............... 8.40pm 37 17 I Htr.:1 2U'' :au :14 "'". H" as.N and
Seminole LimitedSOLID I .....
I Ar Indianapolis: .......... .. 1.05am I Z
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I TRAIN Sqi :: 1j. 1"r.p I if ClflII 9 :Nqt Jacksonville i l 7 :s.'II i r+ lap 1 Iip IItI flgt :[ PALMBEACH i
4 r'-'JI S sip!! I tr.p. 1H i lOa lu 5e St. Augustine 1'If' >p. 1\\ 4np % 1 11 r_'a 1 rut
Three first-class Electric Lighted :: ; Electric Lighted Throughout.* 12 ::2.!! 5:; sap 3 (..D') i if !IIp 1 :!'kJI Ormond :a ::JI 3 "''JI 11 45ii "Ha: t lilt .
12: :rota Ii !rl'lJ 4 (11"11 I 12 sup I 14np' Daytona :I 10"11 8:I 41'tJ II :tla:\ \I :t.a: 4 \\a:\:\ I: :
Trains, Berth Lights, Dining Carson : : Mn N atp" 1\ lop 2 slip\ 4 Jp Rockledge 1::! Ly' I 4.11I l\fa\ 7 ?1111' 2 ptt
>{ as 7 .:"1 12 J: :::.,. !.2 :!:.a. 1 i.ip : ii ?:!I'IJ \\'.Palm Beach 7 4a 9 4I.t a: ft5a :41Sa: Ie :np I !
each train, a la Carte. : I 10 15a : :' 'II' I 2:3x11: 9 li'p' f,".'JI ;\\Iaml :, :jI'lt' 7 4u 1 lilt I '.0;' 61NIp' : I American Plait
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I This schedule is published as a matter of news to readers of ;i I I I and Intermediate Points through the Picturesque Halifax .. ..
i Louisville X Nashville 1 1 I
\ a v i the Daily News and not as an Iadvcrtsement. I and Indian River Route. .........
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i if ; Leave Daytona i.
{ 4 T. B. WALKER. Fla. Pass. Att. Thursdays &:00 a. m.

r 1 ;; 118 W.Bay St..Jacksonville.Fla. CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS .........4t'o..4/e...e ........o. .a..s..e.. i Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8:00: a. m. I ...........

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t'lilr.-iLO." :. T.l"a.I ;.. u... ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER : 1: .
r: at "li\v and let live"pric s, at Ar. St. Low ;.:"' a. m. Laths. Shingles. Flooring Ceiling Brick. Lime 2nd Cement Stock! 8 _AGENT 102 BEACH ST.. DAY TON A. I :
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4 Florida Ias.Agt.. JuokMiivii;!>.. Kla. e.. 'Phone 83. R. J- MAL BY, Manager. o S I i

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-. --,... THE DAYTONA DAILY,:.NEWS Page Five 111111O
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.. \ companion armed from Hartford, I

S. '. HOTEL DESPLAND i Conn., Tuesday night and are guests i HOTEL CLARENDON r

NEWS OF THE HOTELS I at the Prospect, on South Ridgewood _
t : . .' O' ..-. "'."
r avenue. They have many friends in I ,. )_" -'I" T. SEABREEZE
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Florida
best Daytona
ie kinds of 1 : ; :, :
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\l1 Daytona who will be glad to note'' : ;: ;g '! : FLORIDA J
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rketIny t J NOW OPEN I that they are In the city .-<<. !!- .
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: i f- party of about 15 guests of the I : 1. IMI Absolutely : '

: WAITE Demand: ;>ent the day Wednesday I IN A ROMAN CAB.
L..1. Owner and Manager. : ac i
: a : Fireproof I INow
: making: boat trip up the Tomoka ;

R .. !""Greatly; Cuisine and Service : J"1Vt'T. A Marty of Disgusted Americans andan .
, : 'f i Enlarged. Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all
;f Overgrateful Driver.In : I
Open t'
condition. j re !t.. Sides. Rooms E suite. Steam Heat. Every Modern S: Mr. and Sirs :Mark Thomson, who )Ir. lion ells".' Roman IIolida\ .

i it Convenience. Send for Booklet. have been guests of the Gables for ar-a Othtrs' is! this delightful storyof .

'. : several weeks departed: Tuesday on an adventure in a Itnm in tab: : Booking Offices: :
CONCERTS DAILY. Seabreeze. florida E. L. POTTER President .
fl : their return to dete'and: Ohio. In rtturninsfioui; the Pmciotheonh'
: Hotel Blackstone, Chicago
rage. i .':'$- .summer Address. ATLANTIC IIOIBE! Narrxgnnsftt Pl r. Rhode Uland : cab: we hard l been able to pet was* the ': '. 1180 Broadway. New York W. S. KENNEY Manager :t
The :MIssfs :Margaret and Anna lot): left of the \'orjorvt cabs i ie j... .

NN/0.M-M-d NN 0/N0/0/01010/01.1e/4/0/N0/0tl'0.NN0NNNNO Belle Mason who have been 'gues's: Rome, ando Lid: hidden the drhrr '............................................s........ ;

for a time at the HamLton: hotel,' de walt for UN: at the chun h steps, not ;I
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ON/NM NNN0/0/NN 1Ne 0 0/0 without some hope that he would! play :
parted this morning on their returnto
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fiNe ''I Located in the Most Beautiful( I I
ns But there liea< true to

THE RIDGEWOOD their home in Virgnia.: his word with such disciplined fidelityas I :I Sarato!;a Inn Spot on the Halifax River... ... ,
; that of the Roman sentinels who I
: Joe Dan son, the we:! known hardware : JOHN J. McGUIRE Proprietor.
M1 used to die at their posts. and we l :<
i E. D. LANGWORTHY Proprietor. s salesman of Orlando, was in the mounted to ours with the muted ( TITC INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath No better in !
Iii'j city Tuesday a guest. as usual; at
prayer that we at least might reach i ] florida. Table of the best ol everything in season Terms as reasonable as I .
the hotel. Mr. his I
City Dawson
f home nUre.I 'I 1 the service will permit given on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st Phone No, 112 A AOe
NOW OPEN. !
many good friends in Daytona who
i I This did not seem probable when the i :(.. .0.OS@.Neoe00.0110.eee.e...OOeee00i8i06e0.tl.0e..0o.
t are always glad to see him. driver whipped! up his horse It appeared |

I I* All departments will be managed by white Northern_ help, i to hive: aged and sickened ( ..NNNN....NN....NO................. N..N.0..
Recent arrivals at the Oaks! in-
sweating over a while we were iu the church although I'
ys trying to get I selected from some of the finest hotels in the North and white s elude Miss Ioa\1! Thomas, Pitts we Ltd thought it looked as bad as !| j i THE BENNETT 5

"help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : burg! Pa, Wm M Taylor and wife, could l>e before, and It lurched nlarm f<= 11A"\'IO. I.OItlDV. I

ne on time whenCIRON I f'with Montclsir. X J, Mrs F S Wilcox : lu;ly from side) to side recovering! itself |. Now open' for lh tlnrdinson, under the IMx-rnl' ) 1I11111111"lIIc'nt, of A II. and K:. O
all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the f. Mire Pauline Wilcox: Washington D I with a plunge of its heavy head <. I...NMir: | >|>ri.-torol, Bu..tt.n. Hi* 1 Ut'lIlI..tt. !11 tlr!>t-t"lu"4 l In''r) l piirlUular Thef. '
I f.'i' 'niiir' -MulM-rh'l| hl h1" whttr mploM, s. u iiuxltTn liousr n j.nl,:: il homelike 0nl
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finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, C, CV Clark and wfE',: Gral d Rapids ; away from the side in which its body I n.o.pherr|> unit u lo.tit Ion on Ilu\'h'IUI'hoult''lIrd, nhlj.'Uhllu\t'lIut'! Two ten .
[ Ii 'i' : Mich was vhikins i i''. nu fourth!. tjiinigr lloti: will In (IK n ntlri month of \prll e k

Summer address: Proprietor Prospect, House, Shelter Island, N. Y. The driver swayed on his. box havIng i J 9 Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages MarLIehead. Massachusetts 2
i fallen : in of I eN.. .. . .. .... i iI iI
I O.NNNN.1...1..NNNNNN NN.N1..NNNO Mrs John W. Green and daughter ; equally deerepit spite N NONN INNNNNNN e e N N N N I
II the restoratives he seemed l have
to :1p- -
Miss EtLel relati\ of S. H. Mcselej plied'for( his years and infirmities Ilk I j.......C..eeoee........................
', who have been at the Gabes: for
I ftiii0......./0/..000..........0000100... the past month departed Tuesday. clothe had put on some such effett t I i !r I''
of extreme dec'at ns those of 'Hip Van | J THE PROSPECT I
for Andertom. Ga., where; they
II THE PRINCE GEORGE : WInkle lii the third act.: there was: | < ', I
will visit for a week or more with a danger, tint: he would fill on top of 109 South Ridgewood Ave. I

I DAYTONA, FLORIDA : daughter of Mrs Green before returning his falling horse and tint their nl I I 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office. ; ,

to their home at Spring ment would mingle in one scandalous :r Steam Heat
5I & Ui I I
Hjlyard Holroyd Proprietors
I Vice, Ca.Recent ruin 4 r P. J. DOYLE, Proprietbr. I
-- --- : Via Sistina had never been so full of :

Irons and are .. Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. arrivals at the City ho'e people) before; never before had it l heen I 999999999999999999999999999999999999999999Q9999999999TTflTFT ------ i

I !; Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. : Joe Dawson, New York City, W so long to that |point where we Were ;I....................................1...............
C Pierce Philadelphia. Wm Mtswick, to turn out of it into the friendly obscurity I .
. Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. -
which JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
of the little street j
cross :: SENECA
U. Baltimore J A Kenjon, Elgin. II C .
JL1VS JL Lil .
I J i ( OKM-Ki>\NIMMIKANHTH: Jw
Steam Heat Throughout. : would bring us to our hotel We could _
A henry Cincinnati, 0, R M I
trie Ice :, not consent to arrive in tint form: we :: w :
in Dinind Room. Will Remain until 1st
[ White Help OFen May 1 Smith, Charleston, S C, J W ENTIRELY NEW.
made the driver stop and we got out I .
:S- Cheney, Manchester, Cora. S II Hap C. R.
and him to release Albert Bennett Proprietor Bennett Manager :
The Prln.t'Gt'or PVr bitheonlytnnding' I In I>\tona foriMAu.n, ( -tlif) niul bewail overpaying ::
persett, S T Helve J R J
PaJge.t,
o. :;Palm Beach boats. FnrJculnrssith pU-tisur. : Us I : A Nic Place for Nice P.oplf HnnnlnK \\'ut"r. Stonm Iltnt nn \V Ross and wife, Jacksonville, Fla. nut the more generously, we overpaid : .
; Itooinhlti: M'n'Throughout ./I-tK. Mr. Foster
ID. 1,. t:. Elhnwoodlfshe l him t the more noblv he ln..Me lUJKIII I .: :
o. i : Same Management as THE BRISTOL Asbury Park. N. J. : Recent arnxas: at the De,p:and serving us to our door i .........................................1.........1.

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i..IIU1S1S1SI0/ / e 0 0 include J Hunger ford Smith and At last! 1 l.y sudi< a lulxh expenditure ;
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wife Miss Anna D STJ:th, Ho,hs_. r. ns ought richly to pro\ide for the few *

Itltltl.l0ltloi.lt................................. N Y, Spencer G Prince and wie, remaining;;: years: tiC himself and hip I NEW SEASIDE INN H DAYTONA H. MANWILLER.BEACH, Proprietor FLORIDA : N
horse, l.r.\Ii.1! with him to let IHpo
Upper Jay, X Y, Robt! I.,. Parks and; we | tr
\ and rt.tc'lwd: our hotel glad. al\- : This new and select family hotel has just been enlarged and refit:nished :
U' i wife Jaunt P Gaffnej, James Lynch,
THE NEW GABLES most i prcud, to arrive on ft*>t. for the season 1910.11 to meet the requirements of its growing patronage. :
:; Springfield, Mats, L It Bol'on, Loy R
.t Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths Electric and Gas Lights Call Bells .
: ton, L M I Siembreimn and party
The Festival of Minerva. e": Rates $2.50 Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application :
per
"I. Daytona. Fla, Cleveland C Hawley, GujL'onl} Conu! I
The st notable festival Uhens :
... .' : iin" at Mum III' i I" AtUli' --: I1 'TFII.1171A1.1EIt.: I : : C"'lIn brut" N..I.I t tI
:41 F : F' was in honor of M.mna! Ail classes! I i <. .
>e < NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY : Recent arrivals at the Rdgewood = i .........................................41.........
I ? : 'LOCATED. EVERY MOD. of cili/ens Ctn this cl:starched. in pro

I " ERN CONVENIENCE AND include August Finck and wife, Syracuse cesskn! The oldest! went first! then i i..........NN.1.............f......e......1....0.0....
cial" .. COMFORT .. .. .. : N Y, Ira G Sharp Sharps' 11:, the yours: men the children, the

I Mrs Green Denver, F J Sharp and young wumtii, the matrons fwd the I
j
!: Steam Heat Throughout : wife :Manchester ('can. John S Bake! people of the lower ordtrs The' mo::;t . "The Ivy Lane Inn"A

and wife St Lou, D K Carroll: and' jiruiuiiunt t'ltje in the parade was a j; :

JLW'Y i il1e. I : # S. H. MOSELEY : wife Waterbury Conn, Mr and MrsJ chip pr'iiK-ll' <-
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