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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 3, 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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Volume ID: VID00231
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Suits,hoes ..i ..),. RED HOT SALE W. H. WRIGHT :: :: DR.BOHAO9'S HOSPITAL 33d SUIHRltM( RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies Books, Stationery and Havana Smokers

:illy-made Dresses at K: First Avenue, Daytona, Fla. PRICES Only first quality well cured to-
: Painting Tw.-nty-hlx In ft;**, "lry rooms, newly used. 1
;' to Reduce Stock I I furnished and lUtfd throughout, with )11 l_,io..l'ion tn Tr'nt You Riant.Lft : I GEO. H. CLARK I bacco f
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TONA.tee PRODUCE.1.I.Ie1- ;1;;;5 t1elec # ANOTHER ALL NIGHTSENATORS SESSION; I EVOLUTIONS IN AIR .lI 1 1I I IBY


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[oultry and Eggs a : ,:,, -lDJOURNM NI AT 4 O'CLOCK BIG BONUS desire.GRUBERMORNS :CLEAN BILLPRESENTED i DF MACHINES I ;

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Specialty.Orders IN MILITARY FORMATIONS.AFTER
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HARDWARE\ CO.
jt'NIGHT SESSION CHARACTERIZED GARS SQUAD STARTS OFF ON 1 1DASH

r. Ball & Son |jf BY SENSATIONAL CLASH BETWEEN "1t You Don't Trade Wit!. Us We Both Lose Money." TO PARIS AND WILL ARRIVE

37 North Beach St. 'PhoDe 55 : ; SHERMAN AND SENATOR THIS % i TO HOUSE TOMORROW.

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STONE. I PAC, France. IalchTh: :: first


[. SKAFFN'eal f another WASHINGTON practically al!

I Uk riot monoplanes, took pace!. to j
Estate and with acrimonious debate, 1H PHILIPPINE LAND DEAL.REPORT I f
marked
TO ONE WHO WORKS HARDEST. i I day. :
wrangling and filibustering by the fiNES LADAS DRIVERS I 1
[ire Insurance democrats against the po tofflce appropriation Capt. Eellanger: } led the deadiment
EXONERATES SECRE of five machines, which: left Hangarsone
and tariff board: bills,, SPECIAL REWARD TO THE ONE
Z South Beach StreetILDREN'S military!
after another aligning
(the senate adjourned at 4 o' :ock this TARY CARPENTER AND COMMISSIONER
WHO SECURES THE MOST I STRIKE. formations< and executing difficult
morning to meet again at 10 o'clock FORASSUALTIASSSSS !
WOOSTER OF evolutions with apparent; ease.
this forenoon. VOTES DURING THE COMING
After a number of these eolutions. } -
sensational clash between Vice _
,t A BLAME FOR SCANDAL. the
at the word of command
t' President Sherman and Senator I WEEK.A MORE TROUBLE IN N NEW\ YORK machines all started off on a dash,
Stone over a question of !personal { $$25 AND COSTS I ; WASHINGTON March 3 A
great special offer of 50.000 to Paris and expect to arrive atthat
;.. veracity occurred about 2 o'clock and 1 'clean bill for those involved in the I

the excitement attending the clash coming votes is week to be to given the away contestant during who the AND I THIRTY DAYS IN JAIL. 500 EMPLOYES E [ { HAVE QUIT. Philippines:}) land scandal by the I The city exhibition early tomorrow evolutions meriting.were

rG',' eerved to awaken some:> of the sleep- house committee- on insular affairs
:*# secures the most votes during the I given to demonstrate the use: of aer-
legislators. wad presented- to the house' today.
Y Ing week ending Thursday March 9. oplanes for use by the army.INSURGENTS .
,Practically no progress was made JAIL PART OF SENTENCE IS REMITTED WELLS-FARGO MEN CLAIM COMPANY The report exonerates Secretary
EYES This is an unusual olfer and should:
', legislation dur&g the all nighteesson. Carpenter and CoinmisclonerVoos-
I on be taken advantage of by every con- HAS FAILED TO LIVE UP
|Le too carefully safeguarded r ON CONDITION THAT. ter of the Philippines commission: of
testant. The bonus which: is o.fered: .t
(have but one pair to last : .. At 10 o'clock the senate met for FOR ONE TO AGREEMENT MADE SHORT blame for the Friar land scandalsand
the PEACE
may be the means of winn.ng: HE KEEP THE __
." If there are indications the final session of the 61st congress declares the sugar trust had no
piano, as 50,000 votes is a decided
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ifs wrong with your child's I and 24 members of the upper house YEAR. TIME AGO. hand in the purchasing of thousandsof i
bm: or her and I will fit for roB call. factor to' a race as close as this one. I acres of Friar lands.
:: were present) All of the contestants are very of disorderly conduct I NEW YORK, March 3.-A to'al of WILL( A ATTACK
On charge I
.1.I i Gasses: to correct the Immediately after the Journal had a I The minority report, declaring the 4
hard at work and rivalry is very I 500 drivers employed by the Wells- i
If I'.tdic.1) treatment is nee- been read the slinduy civil appropria growing out of a complaint made by law has been violated, will be filed Er

w.U; : till you toleville dons bill carrying appropriations of keen among them. wit Charles Lastiner, Peter Ladas was Fargo Express company in this city later.
tomorrow's appear
In paper I
$140,000.000 was taken up. court Friday struck today charging that the company -
H. Clark the correct standing of all contest- brought into the mayor's CHIHUAHUA. i

ants in the race up to March 2nd, morning and sentenced to pay a fine has tailed to live up to the I II BARTHOLOMEW I CHAPTER ih

Optometrist together with the name of the lucky of $25 and costs and serve 30 daysin I agreement made recently. I V

BUILDING contestant who secured the special I jail. The jail part of the sentence I Another general strike Is threatened MEETING t WEDNESDAY.I Y.I
fer the Sign of the EYE. .. prize of a gold watch, which was offered -i I DEMAND MADE
- _.-- F ( was remitted by Mayor Titus and the police are preparingfor /SURRENDER
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... .. to the contestant securing the I
]I' -" bond to compel I serious trouble.
moot votes up to March 2nd. as a sort of peace LOCAL CHAPTERD.
MEMBERS OF
t D BY Every person in. Volusia county Ijaxlas to keep the peace for one BY LEADER OF THE REBELS R B

should come .to the aid of their favorite year. In handing out the fine and''ONE DEAD THREE[ INJURED[ A. R. ENTERTAINED AT
t. ;
fEN GOODS during the coming week and sentenceIa"or: THus warned :Mr.
I MISS CONGDON'S HOME AT REBELS CAPTURE SUPPLY
help them win the big bonus of ;50-) I aUas to keep the peace and: not

XPLOSION.MEMPHIS Out) votes, which is offered to the give the officers occasion: to arrest IN BATTLE WITH STRIKERS.RIOTERS DAYTONA BEACH. TRAINS AND WILL BEGIN AT-

contestant who secures the most him again. If he does fall into the

I totes during the week ending March hands of the officers) or is again The local chapter, U. A. U- TACK UNLESS WHITE FLAG IS ,.
::!u t'arr1g J i (-1I1I1) iHei mayor's court inside BATTLE WITH CONSTABULARY I entertained :March 1
: the
brought into members- were
( 'cries in- HAS BAD FIRE i th.Only 30 her home on SOON RAISED. dJ
i Green (iro< ; votes issued during the weekending of one year the sentence of IN PENNSYLVANIAAND I by Miss Congdon at

March inh wl.l be.counted in days in jail will be enforced. Halifax avenue, Daytona Beach. The EL PASO, Tex.. March :3: -Dispatches

FIREMAN FATALLY HURT. this special bonus olfer, and the ."'0,- Charles Lastinger is 17 years of STATE POLICE DISPERSETHE paper of the program was "Civil Government state that Madero, the leader

j 000 votes will be awarded. by! the age and in h:6: complaint. declares MOB.POTTSVILLE. I : of the United States:' given of the Insurrectionists, has senta

>lden Wax Beans contest judges, Messrs, II. T. Titus, Ladas attacks and l sfaipped' him by Mrs. C. 11. Hayivor.j second demand to the city of Chihuahua -

OILS AND PAINTS IGNITE AND I G. 13. Young and It. II. Lesesne ,to white. the boy was in the fruit stand I Pa., March 3-One j Mrs. Alexander IJigelow gave the to surrender, stating that
I
I Green Beans THREAT the contestant securing the molt: conducted by Ladas on South Beach i i man was shot to death and three!I ancestral paper and the responses an assault will begin on the city un-
1, START BLAZE WHICH i Thursday morning. It is alleged for the day were quotations from with.:
\otes, during the week inding March street i' wound today in a it*** the demand Is complied
others badly
CucumbersCauliflower j ENS WHOLE BLOCK-LOSS IS 9th. there was no cause: for the {signers of the Declaration of Inde The Insurgents have captured a I

I -- man attacking the boy. I pitched battle between: the constabulary I pendence. train carrying a large amount of

$150,000. I I II In the mayor's court Friday morning and rioting strikers. The battle The election for delegates to the I bullion and money and have also f

Ballard WANEES HERE TONIGHT I Wash Howard, co'.crtd: was fined \ became so fierce It was; necessary I National Congress to be hed! in Continental -I captured two supply trail h. I
MEMPHIS: March 3-The ferocious 17th, resulted in I ; I II
:
TomatoesPeppers I $2 and costs for allowing a hall, April
wrecked by an explosion 1 1I .!jto call the state police, which dispersed -
i building was FOR BUT ONE PERFORMANCE. dog to run on the streets of the I. the election of Miss I Thorp as dee-I!
:, of oils\ and paints this morningand : I ,:ity. I the mob.PERSONAL gate, from the Daytona chapter, and t tI THREE KILLED IN I I EXPLOSION I :

the fire which followed threatened I --- --. Miss DeVoy as her alternate. I I
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for a time to.destroy the whole COMPELLED TO REACH TAMPA -- I There were several guests present AT ONTARIO O T WATER A PLANT.

Always Fresh.DAYTONA Mock. ,1( | I ACQUAINTANCE. from northern chapters, among them
are !
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Guests of the hotel were compelled SUNDAY NIGHT THE SHOW I THEY the ex-vke State Regent cf NewYork at'

to flee into the streets to prevent!I TROUPE MUST LEAVE DAYTONA I I also members from C'amd 'nand \ OTHERS FATALLY INJURED IN
death in the flames and one fireman o
Herkuuer chapies.
; was fatally hurt by falling bricks.I SATURDAY NOON. I ALL I Miss Jolley gave a piano: Clh, ACCIDENT BELIEVED TO HAVE

'.r, The total loss will reach floO.OOO.;; I I ;I ,rt 'and the social hour w aen joyt d in, BEEN CAUSED BY FIRE DAMP

The senate passed the civil appropriations I 15ecat.; of a series of mLstii.d r SAY meeting the ue..ts, Mrs.; 'risbil' anl;! I.
i
ID STORAGE CO. ) bill at 1 o'cock: and immediately tandins the Uedpath Napam, evaudeville *I ': Mrs. Conant, of Cumden. N. 4., ;Mr. EXPLOSION.

': after the naval appropri- troupe will not be ab'. j of Herkiiurr. N. \'., and :-M.t:;
[D. JOHNSON M r.nt ; passed.The :! I hunger XL\C .\Jt\- .:\1..1-". X. Y., March: :3: l li
V' ations bill was taken up and to playtwo night* at the Daytonatheater : i ( S. Spaul iru:, of Milwaukee.Vi>. i __ th. Ontario
civil appropriation bill r.ow goes, :as announced, but will 1 It. I The best identification is always a \ penstock at po''erplaut
11\ I lil.J t (iti'i 1 in\-: I exploded today kill' '.n? David i I
that 1 it im.xi.M SUPPLIESFOR e
--- \'\ to conference. j compelled to have Dayton: at nO,11I | acquaintance known to both SHIP LOAD OF I .
-- personal and
--- eeriethan Hendershot, XVil run Ore-hard
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tomorrow in order to reach Tampa in here a Letter line gre) STARVING PEOPLE I '
t FATALLY WOUNDS WIFE I time to fill a contracted engagement', we carry Are you .K.riHsVil: (l with the bank and the person to be ides Charles) McGonin ,\ number of
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s the are SEATTLE, Wah, Martin 3 Thi other persons wee, mjurd, among
; BABY.CHICAGO beginning the of grlll't'rit.s you i
HOLDS quality
WHILE SHE at the Orpheum theater tified. The bank usually requires th<'
You fd! I getting, and the price you are '' i rniled Stattt army trains;ort IJufordbeinn whom it is believed Henry Byron and

; March 3-Andrew Blau: Sunday night.however, the Napanees will she ing? J If r not then come in and pay'I'I i identifier to also endorse the paper ': is : louled) with ]pronouns for i. (!.-..rge Garxey will dieThe cause tI I f .
j, shot and fatally injured his wife do for One trial the people ':n tli'i t 1.1111.11"' -::'n:.'kn t of the fatal. act-id-nt i i> b>-li! .*\- *l toIta
the theater tonight what we can you. I,
at
their performance worthless the identifier
chile: she was holding their year-old If it proves dtrie-: : : .II:i Blau and special anangements h3'elJt'en will be a convincing argument. I II .
morning. .
GoTHING baby In her arms th's all the will be held liable.Identification >a.l 1 I n:" \t: : w K i
made to accomoJate I I
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are
y then committed suicide. .
people by the addition of 100 chairsto I sometimes causes annoyance ;:) I

I the seating arrangement of the II but it is not only a protection ..................5...S... 1 tig e
r l: tc: F s7
playhouse.The I I STOCK MARKET REPORT : I 'l bead Street if '
in 7 J principal part of the program I to' the bank but to all honorable DAILY p \ Daytona, i'lorrja. Ig'f' i
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) '1 1 ( -6tW6 ; consists of the great schoolroom> act, CONRAD GROCERY I and honest persona a> well. ,, ...........................1 ,< '11nILn'r luo.l _/_ L. d nI/ i

(I a side-splitting comedy, and this ie NEW YORK, Mai.h. ".-H.. .,HI-- <>l f II

followed by four big vaudeville acts I 'the uiuitai.t I :> ot t't/il..1t.->.aI.aI: i : > !"-4f !! We Have Everything to Make'I t

I The Njpaiiee have been making bin!: it.t.tll *<" k- ot.'iinl .rI'.-I-'ular t1,.- : I '
We [receive][our shipments ) th.'o I > a Delight.
hits in many of the principal ,rain.-i ai d Traveling ,.
I COMPANY morn.ii w :ti! frartit.nal; l : I. i ii
|lof Candy| every week so aters of the north and east and the: I ltt;..'r" a/lout/ "IIUally; ddt: : -1. 5'. i

you are sure to get it nice people of of Daytona good en'ertairulenLWAR are assurred ai I 1'.1'1 1 il: (0,1: : ,l ",.s h'h.'T': while St''IniIs .! Sponge Bags, a
evening
earud;; :
'PHONE 61.Daytona. ; 1-4 Iv.\t'r. Cotton was

Without a I, and fresh-Huyler's, Nunnally's CORRESPONDENTSENT ,,---- - :\.; toeve:, (u:': e:. 1\\f.r .hie I : Soap and Powder Boxes
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: Tourist Cases
No. 1141 I;
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J Great Candy Trio. NEW YORK, March :Broughtoi .l .1t,' i.. . I 1,1', '\, /
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Guardnly 0. Etc.
P. ,
K B. t'oo,1/ \ Toothbrush Holders
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e J Brandenburg, the author and war correspondent : I." :'ii.hN: ;d..1N ,. IT.t 7
of fo'gP Tuesday MIIIri. l'i f f:a i. I: tt
was convicted: ; Meets Every J ,: o: . _
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;J t HANKINS The Druggist, In the second degree today and serf/. Evening.Members Visiting Invited.T. t A. D. McBRIDE President! _I Ki.. .. i .I i- .1." .:.' :I.\, .:.It:t. Ask to see them its a pleas- !/ ,
50 CentsFOSTER not lees) than two 1ro I J. B. CONRAD: Vice President :
AT THE PLACE tenced to serve : R. f
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E. Fitzgerald
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t. -, rare
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Cashier .
CONRAD #
at hi-d: ; F. N. - to show goods.nfttblng
Where Volu-jia Meets Beach. nor more than four years' Ceo. F. Crouch Sec. F. J, NIVER.: Asst. Cash 1 \ I, t ,
)1' Telepkane 63 labor in Sing Sine ?- -I': ,

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_L :T&y -t-- I[GEO.Dealer WRAY in II i rDiLAND. THE ATHENS OF_FLORIDA lii.i. )



4 ,' PIANOS and -DELAND th- CO'1nty seat of ------ .- ,? ;'

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PLAYER PIANOS VOLUSIA Volusia County, I
--- -- STETSON -

.. Concert Tuner is situated 23 miles southwest of I

J:' PIANOS FOR RENT: COUNTY Daytoua and is reached from the latter UNIVERSITY rDELAND

I BANK city by an excellent] hard-surface
FLA
road recently cOls rnctd. Four College anti I
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_ DELAND, FLA. Technical
At DeLaad is located the John B. Equipment Schj.
';U TO cort
i tog .
I / Stetson University one of the leading : nearly 10.000. ,
: I \ .-""! CM.J.HOLMES' Capital $100,000Surplus Endowment SJ: .I XI. i \v P.S .
..' I-a ::-=' $50,000A. educational institutions of the Faculty of 411 Proft"IoOrl -
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and
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Fhoae TlI.r WOMAN'S So gth. Because of the interest in structors. ('hrlstia.. spendinghIs
\ EXCnANGE but .
l1on- -
wife
1CCREAM & is knownas tAl1&n
; : D. MrBRIDE, matters edncatioca! DeLand Touching.

; :lI\cl,\ Ind! t ht' .T1W..t., i l'r..ohl..nt l "The Athens of Florid For Information, :: atives at
MILLS'0. I "ullID II."U. ""- : address: I .
; U.I..".nfrthPtr..' J. B.CONltAI) Stetson University ha?a faculty of Lincoln ond avem]
Prcstdent
ViceS. Hulley
..1IIlI.. I.1 I "t. I")I"'" I I j ternoon
41 /* -v < .> 50 professors and instructors. There Ph. fl. IAtt jj.1 .
tt&V . WOOD,
-' JSK LL
European & ','tf f '.* *- D. lug MIchJ
yjB eyi; l1shkrDREKA'S and
Sc
Restaurant! a rtg sgss
$300,000 endowment -
-' I equipment; nearly

UI ......J... ..............B By L. C. DEMAREE. r tact must be apparent to the most ; a Carnegie Library alone rep- .
superf: ial observer. With such lavish J. W. PfRKINS 'Phonetug
: investment in building
One of Daytona's crowning glories resenting an
i SHOES AND FURNISHINGS and
pj
wealth! of natural became
: is IncompaTable beaCh. No j BUSINESS AND beauty it DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than ':.
:
an easy thing foi the hand of The library is the United I
: It Pays to Trade atPeck's one who: haj ever set foot upon Its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS STORE 120000. Attorney andCounsellor Mrs. A.
'
(I iran to give the finishing touches
I: smooth, racked sands; no one who States Government depository for the I of Mrs. \\\
: Bargain House I{I !
wfliioh have
the colors
wrought out
its of Florida and contains over
I en-er pedaled a bicycle over ex- EVERYTHING State has been
; : 112 South Beach Street. S I and outlines of the big picture. i ITO EAT; volumes. Science Hall at Law
; no one who ever drove a 15,000 one look,
pans ; days
y ...............a......... Alan TO WEAR ]
prancing pair of horses and listened did all this In the laying oat TO USE' of the newest of 16 buildings!, with : and two

wsI.i.....:...............1. to the popping of their steel shoes of the streets with their wide marginsof 1 its furnishings, represents an outlayof Will Practise Thursdayable
.. . . .. .... in _
BB BB B I B B B
I : UNG WAR-CHINESE LAUNDRY :I upon its asphaltum-like face; no one : parkage. The entire city becomes Reading RoomKlevutor $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of Btnte:! and to st|

; .. Tit Drf HO.>Whirls BRACH ST.li'Nltiht.' DITTOS Hhlrt FLA.10 I I. wno ever steered a higft-power automobile I,'! : E. S. HALL :: ::.. grp.it park with driveways inter- : Service' f the most beautiful college buildingsin FederalCourts Ing to thj'

White Hhlrts 10( Woolen Shirts 10 4: down the broad stretch of U (siting; miles uporr miles of driveways J)Rest Room the South. '. tona at thjPedigrl

.. Check New Hhlrts Hhirts l.ljl'rawers K I,Underskirts' 8 8 I I I wave-washed and surf-packed sand ::: Architect and Builder : t,o good as to attract motorists; DREKA,- & CO'. ,The city has a population of about

Shirts colllutt. issocks.,:" per pair 3 I I bus: realized, that It 5s a world beat : No.Sim FaliiK-tto A\e. : I from all! over the continent. G. A. 3,500 with a thickly settled country '
Collars or Cults :2 :Handkerchiefs 3 HEL.-\ND'FLA DELASD.FLA.WRIGHT.
p Ladteeciothtatcorrespond1ngprJce I: er, a wofId-wonder. Go stand: upon : DAYTONA. FLORIDA. And as for the pavements: pavements adjacent. DeLand proper is five ale 614FReliant

v.i.i.i.i.ti.ui.u.i.isi.iizsi.i.i.i.th.i.i.u.i.i.a.ii.! tnis wMe speedway and see the hap- .M.......om...............S. I that look and act like granitewheie miles east of the St Johns River on ,I

py souls flit by In Joyous mood and : :! else betweenthe eastern the high rolling pine land of the

;: -H. C. THOMPSON, Agt. :I I ianswcr whether this is not one of .sisisueisui............. and western seas are so many milesin VolusiXCountyAbslracLCiu great "Orange Ridge" of Florida. hold a dr|

: I the seven modern wonders. i proportion; to inhabitants? The ; The predominating products are INSURANCE this even

: LAM ENGINES :j W. C. CHOWNING M. D. II pan \o.
:
: The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.) paveme-ut question stands: with the oranges and grapefruit, the estimated

HUPMOBILES ; General Medicine and 1 street: at one of the chief drawing Bert Fish, President from this vicinity being over AGENCY purpo:
: Demonstration Given at Any Time. :I Where! think you is water with morel cards. Till unheard of Jury D. LnmtN.! Hecntary crop drill Qioslust
I : Obstetrics 1U some place and Treus. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes, --
t : PHOSK: II:! :I picturesque surroundings? Nearly a S COll1t1t
Offlc Hours: 1:0:: to 3:10.:! 7 to 8 p. m. reports more and better Daytona peaches Japan persimmons!!,
- .........isi.isIii.. .....,I mile wIde. fringed with tropical vegetation :: Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. throws down the gauntlet! to the Abstracts Furnish pears strawberriesand DeLand, Florida 01) (Ill|
S.isisisi plums, pecans, guavas,
i ed and Titles'Perfected
.................... .....; artistic cottages with roomy .................. world. other fruits are grown in plenty.In vtd. J (orgagf'

e JACOB.ESPEDAHL !I verandas: looking out upon her bosom i Squirrels Flowers Binds and Fruit. i of
the public improvementsare
3 J gamey: food fishes in countless numbers .........................a Whatever one's shortcomings and ;and Insured, way OLDESTLARGEST *\\\T
N Contractor and Builder N S many miles of fine shell roads an
: beckoning, as it were to those i iwifh and d
Pints
. L .. Designer and Craftsman I 1 DR. J. E. RAWLINGS : however indifferent or even callousone Maps excellent high school, electric lights, .
Superintends! !! Construction of Build- :I rod end reelher; bosom flecked hi Blueprints Supplied
to the
S may many things:! mere of waterworks that is owned .
: Ings. PIais and H ctncutlons I a system Th. \vsof'enuig(
with duck
on Hhort Notice. J and coot and snowy- : Physician and Surgeon 1 mentica (.f "flowers and squirrels. KLANI), FLK.: I, and BEST
- DAYTONA, FLORIDA.IIsI and operated by the city, supplyingthe
: :I winged sea birds, which sic about as \ birds; and fruits" will send thrill
: OFFICE OVER KODAK: PLACETPlionf : 1U a purest water at little cost. works ISrh'a
UsISIsISISIISDUOiUI.IIIIg I Lf for the sport of bobbing upon the I that
is reflected rn distended
81 Sui. pupils Nine houses of worship testify that ) of t
.Btfl.l.l.ll.BOBI i waves; watch that lubberly old S and pricked ears. BONDLUMBER For Florida |

N I white headed pelican pouch a tat. .....................C. DeLand is a church-going commu- term for i
\ - ---- -- -- For ee'rsitor. with a spare goober FARMS
: OSCAR MICHAEL ]
I I mullet, and that fish hawk struggling! nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Meth- work hasitcanb
I ..flB.B.BOB.BBB.B.B9BOB. there u> a Lunny ready to come COMPANY GROVES -
odists (Northern and Southern), Pres-
; CONTRACTOR I: upward with his floundering load he' S start atvept :jour gift. lIe will] sit bolt! Manufacturers of

: Filling and Grading t: !snatched fronj the water : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS 1Civil I t'gli't. and knaw into the meat LUMBER byterians, Christians: and Catholics, TIMBER\ or t to anchoi j)

: 0 besides colored Baptists and Methodists crete an
I See the beautiful ]launches spick i TRUCK I
Heavy Hauling a Specialty. EngineersDAYTONA casting furtive, saucy glances: at you LATH rival.'FOR.
: : and span witih! hampers and lockers meanwhilerioT.vvr3.i SHIIGLESMOULDINGS: are represented LAND 1

........=ua..a.. I bulging; with refreshments, both solid I FLA. i The graded school offers a ten Rend for P.argalAthte
-- - w Usually fresh and blo'wnus -
..... .\'.' :i@:!:@ I' :and liquid, ready for a cruise upon th >! : EstaI.0-h.tI; : 1"i;). U : the Ag-nt-; : years' course and the building whichit : \ to,;
eelSCISROES3DeIUISISSnCff jear: 'round you are reuiiinl- ntshed.
( beautiful surface. Take out f;eld iliairy's: Paints occupies is newly furnished Cj
your
M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. "d of Colls.iiiths! couplet: where JOa:.'Ud liocling TIlE{ CUDPOTJEN street 11
'glass and sweep the river from --- --.-- ------- --- -. I V hit. hI a (" innt throughout and is one of the most \
Smiling : its eai"riest'isit
,! tpr-ng paid
t MILLINERY OroioiiJ bridge to Ponce Park :. .... ... .. ..: .nd suaiuur's lingering blossomsare (Dorado t:.iiruliici.i Pl.iM.> irlck: commodious and best equipped public { CO ( Meesrsj.shipping

. I light house then say whether the Bond .....ncl Brick schools in the State. .

'.,- Halifax I isu't a thing of beauty and : E. L. STEWART 1Is delayed. Drl.AND. KLA.UKDIS The trip from Daytona to DeLandis IIF.r.-\Xn i. I
: No. 8 Beach; St.. Daytona. Fla. S In one :jad roses of varigated hue i FLA, fruit froi.j
and
....
... : a joy forever, and one of the modem Physician. Surgeon made by automobile in a little
S .. -l.il ntti'ntlon UxIKfjiM-I Mu M cedoui.natt another household! has I
/ ) | < ; ; son and
&I@( )@I !Ki !)i
wond /;. ll KKnr.: : r. Thnnit Olid Xos.'. ottiri- over an hour, and there arc
S ....id i..."Ul..'iu'... :'llIa.llolJnll.u.. ;.inl; .. a pfui'hant. for the poinretta and the & fISH! !' many only in f|
{ v :!> 'i i drives in the of the THE
S vicinity
pretty
The Enchantingly Picturesque Rid e. dour i w..t of P. I.. t..I..h.n.! | VJ.nth :. I prenn-Hs rre: aflame; another is hidden I
.
: < - hour1'a. m.. to 11.> ]I'. in. SISSISIeU Attorneys at Law county site. A good road leads to press shivery
in of
; East Florida wood. a jungle tall cme."ariet) GORDONGARAGE
.ISIalsRSueIssIU .1u I'rnctirin* In "il ; DeLeoa Springs, five miles, a historic fair!?
( is the of life here Htald..rlll
;: :spice; and is where
Ridg'\\'ocd avenue Is upon the crest OourtsHpcclal spot, where 60,000 gallons of water I which
Telephone Company : ,you find it. pr
facilities for
of a broad ridge, straight the ...m..a... I
r as crow II bubble from the earth minute.
Invvstlpatlnp! and every !
S The birds flit in, and with!! their largeri thaii

Connections at Daytona !| flies and the wide spreading branch '' : DR. F. H. HOUGHTON : joyous notes help to give fullness p.'rf.ctIng 1tLANll.' I FLA.titles From DeLand automobiles go southto I The
es of 'he heavy-trunked live oaks DeLandHeadquarters
extend Ostcen 18 miles, on shell and
U S and symmetry: to the picture.
i. for Long Distance Points |:- their gant arms across the magnificent -! marl roads; the Sf. Johns is crossed by

j v'eta, forming an arch and !Dentist i As for fruits, choice citrus fruits STfWART[ & lliYl ferry near Osteen and cars can then for

H. C. THOMPSON, Mgr. ;i from these extended arms great festoons oill In Peck Block Daytona v.clds: the palm to none for Isaac A. Ct.wartEgford continue to Sanford and Orlando by AutomobilesAGENT
PHONE32; Wt-ht Km
S : South BridgeBOB M
quality and quantity per acre. There :; lily
of Spanish moss the /
-! sway as j S Mary 1utwartAttorneys hard road. There is a shell road FOR
-- SgsIIIsIsIsusisieisiieu.. ere sccn-s of citrus groves in proximity -
trade winds from the Maxwell Touring
. . . . . tropic seas I branches at Law from DeLand to Orange City five

fan them. Looking straight: ahead .. .B.B.B.B.B.BB.....B. to tllt.city, binding and Noturk-b Public miles, and a good road from DeLand Cars and

H. T. McCLELLAN : down this white shell street one 'has i 1 T. E. "'JtZIn.ld K.: F. Oats : lucious to the e.rth:: with their burdens of DrT.VND. FL.... to Lake Helen a like distance. RunaboutsArthurG.

'. the impression of a fairy path with : gc'den globes, which for

Mill WorkWrite i "'iri sa' draperies but as you move ; I FITZGERALD & OATES : beauty proflicacy and all desirable I

I',' (. tong and cast an eye first to the I Attorneys and Counsellors at LawS : qualities would truly astonish you. J. A.ERICKSON. BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO. Humlln

or ask him about anything r. Tight and then to the left you see N "'IM''II.I inil 1't Kjiciutl-'rf. clIng for Lund Exnnilnint Titles : .S The Fastest Autos and The Finest Manufacturers! Royal P.JiamflnHAMLIN .

I you \'ant made of wood, Every- 5thlng 5-) distinguished cottage homes in the I 1 otll '. In c'un rail Itul Id I og. Thone 12s : Out. & CO.L.rK"st Light Granite, Buff, Red awl

thc best. |. most delightful settings.See : :- of
lSISI ISIisis sisigiioi The: 5eVt ith world wonder do :yon Pianos Drab BrickI.r
Organs and
I !North' RiJ ewood th-2 glistening leaf of the grand 1 - -- - I aK? whether :?,' ("npti.-IIy M''IIr's Prompt Phlp1.11 -
Ave. Phone 123 } Ccme from ilissou.or l\
c1iIJe
: ( magnolia: which: nature has varnished C.. !,! .... .!'S !'!> '. !.. ,. !Sewing I 'nt:-. \\'It. ;"r fJ<>okl.-t unJ Prices! &
Ie !\! ! -.ouh I :
fro-a '.t:u t in(. from Kalamazoo I L\l;; HEi.I'LA.; : .
. .. ., . o VNl't l'\l"
'!( :! (). ) i'X< !@. .i as no art's's' brush:. JJ rL" I I HAMLIN
could
and
ever ; DR.'J. P. ESCH I T.mtnu: '
---- j: ti>, and you will be "shown.:
: the cabbie palms with their burdens ,
!i( ris; \\ lne the world's record for I LAKE HELEN
IIIlItnhIBI of s w'\')' fruit and swaying JU'MS; ; : Physician and Surgeon I
I PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE G[ s.e; d :.s broken with: every recurring 1ALLLN'SN.t : Attorneysand
Surrounded
f .
*ee the lovely holly with its l p. Illl-Ul.l: ) I lr.I .1 t I'll I I- I-! .IllltllM ..f by: several pretty lakes
exq'Ustie : i, to: 11'11.-1'.. I'lti.'. !I. ,' l u. : "p.. i !-..-t.'i. Autos, llie b'pgtst! the fast- and
Ju l.y; see the climbing vines !' ii,.. -; ,t.. .; in. 'I'ln i," >''.1'\)1'0--\: ., :Io I o-tol.tf : guarded by lofty pine trees is Counsellorsat
> ; {, to :u'lJ!. the finest are on Uulpi! : -
? :. .II..
ItK \<
i POKT ORAN j iun riot in the trees; see the : resort cf no LawI'JL.XII.
cry-
airctty11ttI.v1uagtItuatcd :: PORT ORA61HOUSES j 'ot.r.iujn-s: forms waicli gain a foothold .-e-e.\*.,.. .>.<.'....<. !._i, i..<. . !<.. ..'\ .!'. -iiie: -:.d ftc big show is as tree! a1- DRUGGISTSJEVELERS little importance. Camp Cassadaga,
five mil',. I t.e p'ii'!! artesian waier from: thftjjni
south of nytoni, on : jn the great oaks and 2it"l.v:: ...O..O.O..O+....Q.s .. : a spiritualistic camp-ground is situ-
S : :> !.iLdof flowing wells it Js a FLA.
t the Paytona-Xi-w p.ainis: and surely you will] join in S i.FLANKLA.. atcd near Lake Helen and at this
: Dr. SAMUEL M. LONGDENTIST io'.znt.! ;;" show with a ('OIlS tam I) I
Smyrna hnril ;,ur- ,tjhe ch.>:-Ui and say that this !i.s a : j I place several hundred people make .

fcww road, th..scenicntKhwayof .. s. Fred CUI1m1r.t world vender for beauty. I I IOne 3ii"t! fl'i sceneE.e.jth.ng I G. W. Fishcrl j I II winter headquarters.; A laige lumber "fOTAIN'S"IDaLAND '

th- Kn: .tOtmst. goes, from a 2-horse II mill and the largest brick
plant in
located. The on the town Hall'Is Owner aDd Manager Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage ;J: Door North of New Mcr- + power up to a 20t-hor5e power, and I Drug Co. the South arc located at Lake Helen. FLA.

Homes. I chants Bank. 2 ell:;l degrees of speed from a canterto ,I
fax: River nnd In I Drugs, Stationery,
connected with the .......................... a t\\o-mile-a-mlnnte clip. You will ORANGE CII'YThe I
; PORT ORANGE No one of Daytona's attractions, I Huyler's Candies, II | ClothingFurnishings
probably catch the spirit: when
peninsula oppositeby yo principal attraction
around
,
perhap:?, commands more nearly universal >! I Kodaks Cigars
a bridge. > cio the roads and the beach
k I are yours. Orange City is the
The town 1'1' well BEACOLots attention, and praise than does < | Drl.ANP. FlAj many handsome Shoes ]
The Manhattan Cafe The Florida sunshine is free, the golden
orange
laid out and has the artistic cottages. The owners of \ | groves. The town is

many pretty home for Sale. these ('harming'ilas hail from Si for ladies and gentlemen. is. I balmy ocean breezes are free the supplied with water said to be the

A largo number of Liberal Terms every 9 fi i I birds' and squirrels and flowers are A. H. IFOflOAlLThe purest in the world, another attrac-
corner 4)1) the country and they bring \5)> Dianer 11 1:30 ( I'
tonrlJts and winterrrsldenta Allowed for Regular to : Daily. % | free, the sparkling fountain water is tion to visitors. It is

snake I'ort IMPROVEMENTSOcean their own architectural plans and \;] Short Orders. Box Lunches. ,; '| free and you will have to go down that at Orange City
Orange winter' headqaarteri build upon them, and as the archi-- | Everything Fresh. passengers*er the Florida East
one' of theaeyr.2 or River J Special Attention Shown to Ladies.r.'r. i: I onto jour wallet only for cob for Leading Coast Ry. transfer to
FISHINGConnnJfnt ''ecture:!' of one section of the country : I j carriages and
a.ttraetI.n'being to Automobile differs I | auto and bed and board. GROCER drive to Dcland. The town is sur-
from the architecture of another j THE MANHTTAN CAFE
,
the rxctllentflshlnR.
Race CuUr.eand I This is fanciful rounded
to
picture; it's all by laud
lirldge.Applv !. so do our homes differ in j? 38 South Beach Street j DELAND F1A. j peculiarly adaptedto
$ here. It is drawing other thousands the cultivation
A Short distance. to outward appearance and structural 1 of citrus fruits. ItELnW, FLoat VA
:!
'TifN; I !
WM. C. HOWES and ho'dinp! them :
enthralled rt will
,
Port Ornnce
west !nf A Cent beauty from one another. There are -- .

-are he old the'! remains IMinlawtonRURar of Port Onince. Fla. no monotonous rows of strikingly i.....-.-.....- ..-..- ........... I charm and hold you. Come and see ..................4t.......................,41........:

mill, a place similar build'ngs but the eye as it J I' ,I--------_ __ __ u__ I .

3 that II visited every Port sweep* by i is treated to a kaleidoscopic I When You Are Looking for : r rf
Orange "From the Grove totheTable"INDIAN THE
year by hundreds of change which keeps the mind Some One to Do DAILY NEWS f

Tourists. One tlm' OYSTER CO. wondering "What next?" RIVER GRAPE I .
the country wit .
all .. I>. DUPONT It is no" only the exterior of many FRUIT AND ORANGES .
of Port Oran!: sur- : .
rounding the old Grower and enlor of the homes which rivets atten- 4 Electrical Work j f j Gro n on the Halifax. I .

mill was a vast In- OYSTERS CLAMS and tlon; w".b.n they are models of conJ 1 The finest quality of fruit for sale I .I: Gives Away to some three persons whose !' .

i, dlco and sugar cane" Pt.Or"n..I"'ft\I.! ,venience, and the finishing' and furn- in smole hoxes or car lots. Special.

piantatlon.ThemIIi. tehing give evidence of the elegance I: PHONE 14, : attention paid to filling' orders. I names were mentioned the ::

was operated In those estenslvely early i. C. OWES/{ / and cultivation of those who worked MUNROE & STEVENS I Every Day previo.us day's paper _. i"

days but has been IB I it all out. Indeed it Is the interior 4 FORLAWJ GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. :. ..
*
disuse for forty or I Real Estate I I arrangement and artistic furnishing 'I .'

I nay years. Insurance I If and snadmg. more than the exterior Office Neo the Ridgewood Hotel. 1, Four Tickets to the Crystal :.
\ very Interefctlnp THE 4
I i appearance that gives a surpassing 4: ELECTRICIAN. : _ 4 ..
drive -
from --
- Theatre
--
IhiytonaIs --- and
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l l hy ocean tat-li I NOTARV PUBLIC I charm to Daytona homes. This fea1: Best Prices Best Work : a .!.i.!.:!.! !' '!>:>*eS!
1. to th- approach 01 __Port Orange. Fla. ture Justly merits prominence as another :: NORTH BEACH STREET $ ,. ; .: Order for 25 cents on some : ,

the Port On nn I WOD !er. I ;! GITTENS & MESSING : : .

j l>r dg-, nerotb... 4.....4..................1. ; ,' ::0.
I I, passing lirldand through! I hi;ii.l.rIflCIlszIl n. S. G. MARTI I Streets and Pavements the Most Band .S I S S S.Sli I 0 5.I....i.a S I S USMcDonald's .j-) Fresh FishCvr2 ,; i I .
I
.
Best.
J .
.tl".t of, i : Boat Yard : t \.iLP > ? Clams .
( I'ort Orange! 'o tin [OeneralMerchandjs Why thq Architect of the Universe I Established: 1903 _" : Z :, .4

ru.i.of; the -.-1.-! chose to give Daytona the most ad2 1 CHAS. M. McDONALD Proprietor J \ and Rose Bay Oysters :: Watch for them
nited old
4 &t.gur I '. . ---your name may : .
mill. returningPaytonii tl' mlrabte. the most picturesque natural S Market South
; ) Railways. Boats Built Repaired J | on Beach Street .
l be
and
: Housed. I Phone 5 Prompt Delivery : next.
on the malnlatid. I Is not revealed, but that. such is a/J : I I.. :
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Y -_- Couldn't: : Kill! Him. : It may get so after awhils that hrl"k-I: TRAMPS ACT AS MODELS PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA I ./ .
>r-ln't1 I
foor"
....J\ !!Ott I'1 r!: soaP queer fast! hal'On111 be sold! at the
1' t ofnty trt"1tn'm hi Join Wesley's! : fljy. accorlinjr count'r.-Gal\'eston. FOR HISTORIC GROUPING.
to Wesljr' journal f\f jepteulior. I
; ) II Dr. 1Vile 's assertion that in timesto SMYRNA is situated fif
STETSON ;
., 174'J.]!: .\ nan mniril: John I NEW of ORANGES
miles south Daytona
I fuel HOWEAND
t oI come the wind will serve as
TronMMi'h! hl.1: l tin! fever. :1lr!<\ e"leyI Knights of the Road Pose as Bibulous ideal reached
the
lat 1 1DELAND. has that: hot air sound.Memphis I I is an spot If you want
UNIVERSITY wrote: "Itv?< the oroaJ rplapM" into Commercial. Buccaneers.: j, from Daytona by a hard surface road \ery 'lw>4t Orange
t: 1'1.- i the spottrd" f.Mrr. In the height of CURRIERFLORIDA i, winding through one of the most pic- applv at
Four Uollt'gf'1 and I I'. I which! they pars: : him :1'I h. told milk Down in Texas according to the I j turesque parts of Florida. I Point GrovefortheRedlandia
a $ TPehnleal8chool.Equipment and apples, plums 1 as moth as be census!', there are 1.000,000())( mull'l" It can no longer be said that trampsare With its ancient ruins dating backto -
oo tIng 1
tad, nearly '#X>,(XX-). 'i. J f c-ould swallow. I fan see no way to don't supimse- that: Includes all the useless. In Wilmington. Del., they a time when the history of man I dltn ItlrerOranK* ,

the Endowment Faculty of tst VfSr) I W. F. Schmitt. who has been account tor his!' recovery hut that be kkkcrs either.-Council Bluffs Nonpareil. are UStas artists' models. The more LANDS runneth not, interlaced with wires I the best. In thlfctilte.
of modern and telephone
the telegraph
t is structors.fessors and In. ,1 :, spending the past two weeks with hud not yet iiuUhetl" his work." 1 unkempt they are the greater the de JfKW: SMYHAAKIOKIDA its miles of shell streets as Grove situated 11 at
but Christian his wife and children and other rel This is n good time to look over mand. from Daytona on
non-Rt ctarlan II' hard and smooth as a floor and over I
ownyof For Information'lYncning.. ( atives at their winter home on Sec Abraham Could Read and Write. your castoff clothing. The weather Is This was demonstrated when HenryJ. M. LEIDERSDORF arched by hoary forest giants that myrna the Daytona Road. w

address: .t ond avenue departed Thursday afternoon Some people persist! in thinking that severe and the deserving poor are Soulen. a noted artist and studentof Resident Agent grew in stately grandeur during the Prices Moderate

Lincoln Hnllep;, on his return to Sebewa- the art of writing is recent and that many and will be grateful.-Philadelphia Howard Pyle utilized the second of Town and lapse of bygone centuries, New I FERD

here Pb., 1L I,.Lit'-D..D? ,. ing, Mich., business not permittinghim In primitive times joem and literary Press. a pair of hoboes whom he found in a Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNProprietor

and President to make a longer stay. productions had to be memorized. But cheap saloon as a model! for a bucca Property and rest.

owKp- Y more than 3,000 years! before the Chris Tales of Cities. neer. He Is painting n group of seventeenth I All nature here is very inviting to I

a Phone 2$ will( call for your clean tian era people Abraham's native century pirates drinking at a the tourist and pleasnre-seeker. Here
J. 1. PERKINS St. Louis has eight large candy factories i
ing and prefsinTj. tf BURNETT.Mrs. : town wrote receipts: for garden and table outside n Spanish Inn, on a commission too is to be found the best fishing and
than market products Just as we have: them employing more than 2,000 per I R. S S. HALEY
from the Democratic leagueof hunting in the state of Florida.
'tcd A. E. IjeXormandie, a sister now showing that the patriarchs cer sons. that city. The work will be IrSoulen's
Attorney aadConnsdlor tainly must have known bow to read At present the :,:,OOOOO population GeneralHardware The people are thrifty, the business !
the of Mrs. W. F. Colby, of Ormcn and write.-Dr. William Flanna: Thom of Manhattan Island Xew York Is (Increased men enterprising, and all unite
ova has been in the city for a couple of The first chosen was very much: under
to 3,000,000 during business welcome hand of
In in the
extending
son Designer.
the influence of liquor and was as
one at Law : days looking for rooms for herself and 1
1I
+ to Ormond hours. dirty a" he was drunk but the artist hospitality to strangers. There are I
with and two sons, returned Not Interested. Every time[ a child Is born to a ten- saw In him a prototype+ of what be de Builder's five church edifices for white peopleand

flay WID Practice In I +s. Thursday afternoon having been: unable "You1 really ought to take up the ant In the Honeymoon flats In Oakdale sired-a bibulous[ : individual! who was Supplies an equal number for the colored i
e of to secure what s'he desired: owing avenue Chicago ?."> is taken off that tattered and torn Mr. Soulen took his[
State and study of reIncarnation" said! [ the young ; Furniture population; the town has an excel
lugsboat FederalCourts ti to the congested state of Day- woman of great men tllty. month's rett.Census weather beaten model to the studiooccupied
lent high school a splendid public
1 ',: toms at the present time. "Not I." answered :Mr. Dustin Stax.: returns give Mexico City a by Mr. Pyle until the hitter's 1 and business E c

"These" investigations are giving;: me all population of about half c. million, recent departure for Florence. Italy.There !, UndertakingNew library, aad up-to-date f 1 1f

I Pedigreed bu'.l terrier pups for I the trouble concerning) my past that 1 Guadalajara 10I,: S. Puebla 101.313.: the artist held his nose:: and i iI I houses.

arty fife PrLAND FLA. I $ ale 614 So. P.a!me.to. 74-Ct I can handle at present."-Washington Chihuahua :: ,!Aguascalientes\ 44- painted from the real thing. The I i SmyrnaTHE There are any number of pretty

Star. 500. Oaxaca Oifi,100. I tramp thought! It would be the easiest" homes for the permanent: population
oa kind of task to sit still at a table I and
Reliance Fire Company Xo. 1 will a which numbers close to 2000. f

the WRIGHTINSURANCE[ drill meeting! at the ci'y hil.+ _ -- J for a couple of hours !but he soon I fine winter residences. STAIUiANK I !
hold a :o. r: "' < ocr: : "JIIIIIII!! ""'''"';''fs.n;: -' some very I
I found his mi tlkf': He said it was:; the
this evening in. which Rescue Company I I There are good Iotelsand boarding 0)0'NEW ) ,
hardest work be ever bad done. OCEAN HOUSE
ire .. Xo. 2 is :iskcd to join for fire houses where you can find accommo 1 '
THE DESPLAND HOTEL i The second model plajed pirate all SHYMA
ltd AGENCY purpose of taking part in lacld r I i iWILL the afternoon. Ho was!' re-engaged: for F. W. SAMS dations to meet your requirements. i i

ova drill, most of the members of Loth another! creel He told the painter 1'Itl'I'R: I IET..ItI :! { Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a JOHN T. HAMMOND }
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1? companies beinj); unfamiliar with: the. HOLD A y that he was!' a commission; broker in section of vegetable land as can be ,
I Rates : L. IJKAMNINQ.ihli : j
DeLand Florida use of the new. extension: : laddt r pro forth Carolina until rum proved hi> : found anywhere. This land has been I'. -rTransacts

.atp vided for the fire de:>artneIt. undoing. 53.00 per Day divided into small {farms which can .

TENNISNAMENT --Locality."Where ---. I Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Someof General a '

cats OLDESTLARGEST t .;.. ..WAXTEDI.OCu on first nrrt-: i were yon lx rn?** asketl the ; Week the finest celery grown in the state I I Banking

swghts gage. :Address I this office. CS-tf i : judge( ; of ('}(octIlJn.I I Fael: -11..nt Hunting is raised on thisland. All other vegetables Business

I 'Have: I pot f answer that question and FullingNKW ; grow in abundance, and here,
,;:: The work of installing! the wa'er I Per Cent. Interest
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ned V the who Indian
and BEST a. i Inquired man : HW UNA too, is the:: home of the famous 4 un Time ltepoUs
' T3II4 r|t softening plant at the city \\ater- to vote. I Ki.OKII'A River oranges. !

sit! works is still held up by the non arrival I "Yes: bat's t : the fact""Kell : i

flat ;' of the metal rein'o' -cement ma sir, I was!' born in th !"steer
For Florida "' ''. terial for the concrete work. The ; n::e, if je've got t' know.. """ ".. I -----
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FARMS ,* work ,has been carried on as far as For the Guests of the Hotels and for the Cottagers, I' .................................... .................

cthu GROVES |:'j !It, can be without these, sttel rids ;:000000001000000f 00000000

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tho'teII TRUCK LAND k f. 1, rival.crMJ and now must await their arf. MARCH SIXTH :!I MEATS .:i! The Joseph Zapf

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Bend for Bargain -: FOR REXT-Barber shop, unfurnished I : JACKSONVILLE. FLA. .
Kith Bheet: toT ENTRANCE COMPLIMENTARY Florida and Western i .
t Orange? avenue near beach I. and most reliable liquor : .
: : Is called the largest
td ,i 0 street. Conrad*Builard! Co. 69-Ct eod ---- ---- I. The Choicest Steaks and justly .
THE T GOULDmm
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ostnb J The Primest Roasts j : house in Florida. Sole distributors for ..
Tournament for Ladies' Singles
Open .
Messrs. Munroe & Stevens are

co,. shipping today the last solid car of Open Tournament for Ladies' Doubles +t TVl"phon?! u3 what you want sod we j : Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer i -

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d DF.LANP fruit from their groves for th's season Open Tournament for Mixed Doubles 0 will endeavor to s.* that jou get It. .
FLA Phoned, :: : : Special attention is called to the : ,
Tournament for Men's Singles
ittleY and hereaher will be engaged Open DEPARTMENT. 4:
: MAIL ORDER : ,:
the THE only in rUling ,local orders and express POULTRY : i .

shipments. They ha\"e done Entries can be made by 'phone or note to The Despland Hotel, or by per j the a
leave yourorder
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GORDONGARAGE lists at office.. Price lists will be cheerfully .
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tonicafar very fairly with' their crop of fruit sonally entering names on I hotter ch-inoe you hilof getting J .

which proved to be considerably Entries will close Friday Noon, March 3. Cups will be given to winners. J the choiei-. .10000000000000..001.000010000000000.................. ,
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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Peninsula Variety r. t ti

Published! every evening except fan- WE SELL i IHO

rTr: nks----l Jay, from December 1 to April 1, by StoreDAYTONA i i ,

THE GAZETTE-NEXVS CO. Tlonnl BEACH.MomvMivtngValuts FLA. : Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of J t.
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T. E. FITZGERALD Editor.: in the market. .
: lubricating oils on t. 0
; C. S. HARRIS, City Editor. Enamel Ware : .0

i OUR ELEGANT LINE OF -! HARRY L. ROOD. Adv. Manager. Japanese China : -- t .: L.

GEO.:: F CROUCH. Superintendent.Entered
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: Trunks Traveling Bags and Suit Cases i. as second class matter I I Ribbons Laces i WEREPAIRs i i Greatly Enlar

December 1. 1910 at the po>toffice I
is now complete. Buying in large quantities we are enabled : I makes and in condition. i Side
: Automobiles of all any
of s
Florida, under Act \Ve bscr's! Store !
to make you very attractive prices. See our Trunk Dept. v at Daytona: : Opposite Grocery : : .
March 3, 1879. Seabreeze Ave. : .
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ANTHONY BROTHERS : ......1....................-....-.-.-..-....-.-...o.........1.. I,! i Central Auto Garage. .i 0.: fo'uml1W"J


s Home of Hart SchaKner & Marx Clothes. | .: Complete Machine Shop : :.............. .M+O."......... .... .............; :.........

:...................................................... : Clarendon[I d Garage G g [Co REPAIRING-OF ALL MACHINIST.KINDS- -BY : -- -- - - ..

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I COAST LINE. iiiii.IirNiiri IriiiriiiriciYritirrrtirrN 1 1I I I: ILLINOIS I I II DAY Y CELEBRATED[ ( ( II Use .0

1I1II ATLANTIC JUST GOSSIP : : II ; Allselected des

HARM RESIDENCE.A of spending your time sweating over a
AI 1 THE frcf
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: BY THE GOSSIPER. i
I U the East
to
Service .
Best I hot stove these hot days trying to get e
:1' .p!.n.!!!}}.u u..u.r.4}! .u.!!!}}}NNm..mtI help used
'Leave Jacksonville ............. .7ama.m.Arrive :! 1 the family ironing done on time when
Limited. "Havnnnali................. .:.5x.m. promised in PEOPLE
Palmetto Some times are : NUMBER OF 1.1
Augusta. .................. (.; 'p.m. merry LARGE ., can buy an t with all th
DAILY. Carrying through Coaches, .. Charleston ... ........... -I.:!': p.III. the yard at the rear of the Hotel ,I you I Ii
& .. . ... ... .. I
Richmond .. ... -I.IIIIt.III. next week, when FROM THE SUCKER STATE J finest Chef j
Efectric-Lighted: Pullman Drawing Room .. Washington ............ ".111'I R.I1I. Deepland all during
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.. Kaltimore ... ....... \V.lrta.i. the tennis tournament is on. and it Za
ELECTRIC IRON
Jacksonville to SummerConcedj
Keepers, Dining Cars. .. "'. Phllndrlphla........11.5a.n:! GATHER AND ENJOY A VERY i AMERICAN
New York. .. New.York.......... ...... 1501'.111. is rumored there are some real surprises :.0.....
: in store for some of the players PLEASANT TIME. 0 FOR
New York and Florida Special. ally> Except Sunday No."k4 I
( I....ave Jacksonville..................... 1.)11 p.m. who contemplate a walk-away in
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Description this! popular train Ue Lux. .. Kavannnh ............. .. ....... :S.mp.niChHrl in the court struggles for the handsome -I Illinois day war. celebrated: as usualat
This train consists of Pullman OrnwJng .. 'hton" ......... .............. P<. ;)p.lII. ; I ....I5.I5Ir
Boom Mtat.- Kooin. S1eeplnlr.Dining and Ll-. Ani'nl"hlllond ........................ ..IL')1t.1II. cups offered to the winners. the residence of Ir. and :Mre. '; 75I .
bas" .Oh"rrvallon cars, heatJ I.y nenni.quipped Washington.....................III.5n.ln.
with the nv hllh-"ptt'd: hrhk..s.ltndta .. Baltimore ..........11.::.H.IWest Manager Waite'of the Despland is S. ]Harroun WednesdaIar<'h 1. \1 I .
brilliantly light**! throughout! l toy Hectrlc- .. Philadelphia.......... 1.41p.l1I.\ ii receiving a large number of entriesfor earl $3 .
for each .. assembled ;
ttY, vpeclal lights Iwlng provided I New' York. IVnn. li. It. A large compsny .
r I berth affording!!: perfect comfort In writing i\ Nta.'tb Aven :t"d! Ht.... 8A p.lII. the events from among the guestsof ; after listening .
and
or for reading at night. winter in the afternoon I .
Leave Jacksonville............. .1'.iSa.hi.Arrive the hotel aid the Daytona .
. Florida and West Indian Limited. KiivnnniihAUKUsta ................. I.:"I 1'.111. residents. to the program spent the remainder I .
I .00. .. fl-flO p.m .1.,* of the time in conversation.A ..
Coaches, !
I DAILY. Carrying& Through Charleston 5.felp.lII.
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i Richmond. 5.1(1( a.!in, is II Irons and are
willt visitor to Daytona These the Standard Laundry
Every was
interesting are
Electric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room Wnshintitoii....... ... ...11.4118.111.( very program T
Bleeping .Cars, Dining& Cars. Jacksonvilleto .. KH Itlmor.- .. .. ............teI.11*11.11I. usually able to find amuevnient at his rendered, which con isted of tin fo"-: I for sale by ..
:: 'r. Phiiallelphla..1! 12.31: :span. favorite pastime, but Geo. :M Camp,I I .
New York. New York........ ...... Laic p.1II lowing numbers: I .
bell of Joliet. IE.: who is a guest at I
:' Coast Line Florida Mail.DAILY. Ijenve Jacksonville 7p.i. .. the Prospect has come to the conclusion I I Overture by the Brigham Trio. : .. White Helj

Carrying Through Coaches j Arrive' ".. Charleston 1t Ha tell vn 111011(1 nnnh.. .... ...... ."is,Vm:S.HSa.r: .5n.i! .. that good golf players are I "Illinois in History" Ly Mr. Knox, I I The Schantz Electric Ice !I Ii N.

and -Lighted Drawing Room |1 .. ........... 11'yip.i p.tWishlim'toti scarce in this vicinity and ha; grown i Hoopeston 111.I The Print-'
Sleeping Cars. Jacksonville to New York Hiltlmore. l::,ita.l I tired of cleaning up the easy marks Palm Ilt-ui'h I 11
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I \V. Phlladelphlu .... :a.4Ha.i :Music, by the Ilansen Trio. .
Stops at Meat Stations. s Nw york................ 7.!:!n.lIl..1111I1111111 who have been thrown against him and Water Co. .
Local Sleeper Jacksonville to Savannah. as opponents !in the great Scotch: "Our Folks," reading by ilrs.V.. i I SarT

. Best Trains I to the West. I game. Mr. Campbell' is a. golf: enthusiast F. I'olzieu. Aurora, Iii. fOW OOQ00Oe0+sC0 lO.Oe00Nee0e6N000e30000Q.eNNN ,I {\ ...OIOIIOI.

1 and nothing delights him more Music i by the Brigham Trio.
I Nos.aiHU
:to. a'. South Atlantic Limited I No :u. I ::12u 1..15"0. "' Montgomery Route :. .-, 'I I than to tra\el the 1 nks in a gain" "Th' Enchanted Shirt," reading Ly .1..1

8.15pm 1v. ... Juek.oncill.... ..Arl! a.n; pal -"I 13 pin ;jl.v. Jacksonville.fOiiniii ....:\ -7.d tDnt I I! in with swinging a man near the clubs or qute but h!s he eqjal has Jig: .;. Edna: Walk"r, Aurora, III."Win a-H.( r '30 CtIP' .e..OQHeoeO..Hce' ...A..I>60.....0.N ..
8.xs am \r...... AtlunUt..l.t' 114.ipa1:!; : )iAr.. Montfjoim-rv. .1.\ ":lupin ; :v the niter Shannon Flow: **, .
\r..I.uh\.II.I.\: ,..,OHIII : Blrllllnltutlll Lv :;.-11'11Ii \ won, every game he has plaU ince :
8.topm ..In'lh'mll"'I1'.I.T' 4.11181U i I7""li"i\r! : Xii-hvlll. Lt' "'.:!:llIm I song by Mrs. W. F. Folzien, _\lr..r.l.: ; .
T i 8.45 l.fWiamr.pm 4.r.'Uulnnatl... ..Lv., "..ntmuf : 1hhnn'.1r." . KvinisvilUSt.: I.\.. ::.lk1Ilm ; hu came tt> Daytona old the l onotIii 111. i Magnificent Trains I .
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7.Oam \r..ehkllO..I.\: 11.,11111 7.Hi a inr! Ixr.iix .1.\ !)III pal ( )' of playing with uo\ us has
ii.tsan1.1r,. .I'hira..l.v: BplpuNo ; I"Wininiin's Vo in'," r' ailing: !t.y .
tro"U trfM: >nie. Just to 110'tim 4- 4 N M
Mrs. Eta Math, Chi a--o: Ill. ,
I lu-re and keep hmi in good humor it ; a "Florida Limited""Southern's :
r No. 54. Dixie Flyer Route So. 14.. t.t. Seminole Limited No. !t3.linl. II Music 1 ; by the Hans-' n Trio. ..
is said three of his: friends: ; an' now I : "o Southeastern Limited" i .
-- -,-- -- --,---' "Florida, originel pcein, by .I. S. i

8.26 pm' (\..... JH.k..ol1\.tll..... Ar 7.:ll1m $.InpnlIi.Jnrksonville..Ar; 7.t I considering tho plan to bring two or Griffin, Harvard, II!. i "Jacksonville-Atlanta Special" ; .. 4r
_ lo.ffipm: .1r..1Vurrro.s ...Lv. :)..4111111I'I )h.lapul! ) !.tr..11'averos. .. ...1.\ :..'" Iltlllii three professionals} : to Daytona for a ,. .
t nlllllr....... AUllltll.: ...1.\ "'.4"1"11" I .,, !Ar. .. . Ilulnr..I.t' t aaol I 1 Music by the Brigham: Trio. "Florida Special":1SOlJTHE f .
I 8.4l pn, \r..... 1-\111I.111: 1.\. CY.iam; :)itin ::.1 r.: :i j. : ; 'ii, :::: :i :: I time: and turn them loo-e: on the Et ; .
11.4IIamr..... .Chl'I1' !:.'. . .1.\ !).:.1IpnlLloaln i.I)1I1IIr) ...itirutingh!!: . .. .Lv1.4Nl In17:91aot links with the Joliet banker, to I "Waiting, reading: by Miss a .
\r......Mt. .out, .... 1.\ P<.:W pm.III ;:\r.'t." l..ul..I.\.I1.'O.I pullSteamers I Ian'. Champaign: II!. .
filter e'can up the man from the .
Music, by the llat.e'n Trio. #
For Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or Write sucker: state: cr be cleaned 'up by : AILWty1I .
Song, "Illinois, ch<.ru-<.
Iill I A: W. FRITOT. Division Pass. Atf. W. D. STARK, Traveling Pass Att.I I him. 1JU8b; ) the Lrigham Trio. : f.l:. ..

938 WEST BAY STREET - - . - JACKSONVILLE FLA.
I After the program several: pleas'n: ; 0
OYSTER ROAST GIVEN IN I ; FLORIDA SPECIAL. SOUTHERN'S SOUTHEASTERN .
f remarks ware gi'('It. .
I .... .........................Ili ....................... I HONOR OF VISITING LADY. extf'IDIIOr6lnE"'OUS I West and Northwest. LIMITED. : .eusISU5I.
The Ilrishani Trio. composed l of
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Washington New York and the East.
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i STEAMER Mrs .M. J. Ilolmtt gave a country Meters.I Brigham aid Ga's and :Mrs. I I.v Jtcksonville-----------. m.

I l Tomoka I River i I roast Thursday en'uingin I Mct'ann, and the Ilansen Trio composed I i Ar Atlanta....................5M0 p. m. Lv Jacksonville-.......... 9.00 a. in. i ......."]

Cherokee oyster of :Mr. and :\1 rs. lluns n and Ar Chattanonga..u.3: !: ; p. m. I Lv Savannah .............. 1.10 p. in. r.
I tin- garage ia the rear of thl'0 : d"conrs' t .\ Cincinnati ...............$.00 a. in. Lv Columbia .............. 6.40p.m. I Ir
Mr. Siebentoller
l f. KOI I matt Exchange on Vousia! site 'i Ar Louisville ...............s.-lOa. m.r I Washington ........... 8.53a.m. NN
I < avenue music throughout the program. I Ar Chicago ........ ..........."-).._)J- p. in : Ar Baltimore..10.02 a. m. .
: DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. : :in honor of Miss I: HilLy Ickes of New A rising vote of c.'Ongratula1 I; Ar Cleveland......... ......3.15 p. m Ar Phih1t1elphia..12.23 p. m.Ar i .

:ii .. .. York City, who it:> spending a f 'W were given Mr. and Mrs. Harroun as i Detroit...................4.00 p. in. Ar New york........ ..... :2.31 p. m. N.

The fastest and boat at the this occasion also celebrated: the anniversary - ----- -- -- -- - .
only '
: largest; stopping we+-ks in Daytona with her mother, .
of their marri: e. Also a FLORIDA LIMITED. JACKSONVILLE-ATLANTA N
: upper cabin. : .Mrs. G. rtrede Ickes. The parade
i iI i i I vo'e. tit thank was given: Mr. aMrs. d : West and Northwest. SPECIAL. ---I .. Steam MelPalnuno
1 had hIt nicely curtained and ar- Harroun for their htspitali'ythe : > b -- Between Jacksonville and Atlanta.Lv .

: First-class Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin. tisvile I r.;; .. .1' for the occasion: and a mrrryy.ii'tx t-:11. rt..I1.; !:. I I'h! .. 'li"rj'| "- .- tl l.v .1l-k-onvill<- .......... S.O.'ip.m. ..
... {r \r '. I' >:eta .............. .>. 'Ii a. m. Jltck ()nville..j 0 p. in. .
I, r :.......o............................................ oi'about a dozen tijoyr! a ?="- 1:1":! .; .. t i-l'jl.t:: > :>'t-. I"-': <-"'11p:1t.\ : to t} Ai .i i-vil! ,- ........ *.;>.", p m Ar Mucoii....................".3II: m. 5 N

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i i: < : nnir.u:! : : the juicy! biva'v! .1rti.l.nuo.. 7 4. a. in. - -- u 1iS
ri'ri i U.S.A. U Ar I :ii, li..it ... .... ... G.30:1.; : > in. Asberille. N. C. .
'-'- -- \k .\; ltil n.inhanl .... ...I2.1.1: '. rI.H.TI Jacksonville\ . t/ tNt :l. in. I

.. tia.4'fOtMOtMCt L ZSIAi.iV7rr =. .'ZCJ $' tiN ) ( .'.1" I l\ tt,,.:(< (City ... ..111;:!.> :t. HI.r .\A-liovHle: .. . ; ) f k \ Ci.li.r.-iduSpniiKs l :: ; i ..... '.l.; a. in. Ar ('incinitti..O(1a.: in. : N
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: J. J. McGEE C. P. & T. A., G. R. PETTIT. D. P. A..
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I Lv Ilirninglmm! ............1-: .:!_ pm ,1 ,I! .r f } : are large a I
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II ou Ilrv uu : wilt rI aI ++ on apphca
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Ar St. Loui-i, I.. & X..... T -to am ; I :
I Daytona Saturdays and ........I
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FI t ; .. Dixie Flyer Route. :t :1 Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. ;. .,'\ ilL I ;o\OIJII ..11' tl I .' , a ) 1 -. !/,11 I'ul'e Irt11. 1'. T f+
bound South.

i. J Lv Ju'kon'i1It'.C.: L... S.25 pm dI. :.. : Leaving Palm Beach Saturdaysand I I Write cr Inquire on the Premises. No 39 South Ridgewood Avenue. $ I I STTM oAN I :1.101...1

@ .%, Cliittinoogu& : ........ ..11 37 nmw Ii I
Tuesdays at 9:00 I
I I.Ar Chicago: .. .. ... ........ ij"1' am ; : m. I M FEET-281 : THE
bound North. f MOOMeO @00 0DO A00 000 N o 9>a Oet @ -.

I : ----"-- ; 1.1'111..1.1'-.. I I... t.I t.: I, : With excellent: accommodations and service lighted by i 0 Fresh milk.IAmerican
South Atlantic Limited. .
I :; : electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passengers: .
F. E. C. TIME I TABLE .
l.v Jacksonville\ A.C..L... S.l. pm ; I i is now being operated betweenDAYTONA I.
..... IV' EFFECT JA'l AR1' Q. lOll Ni
+. Lv Knoxville: }) I L. & X 12.20pm .
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McCOY BROTHERS 1 I.I.I
Ar Cincinnati......... ...... S 45 pm I .
huh'rll 1IrN/ -It \I. I'' tt N..iT11 ltou-: r.-la: ,It 1'1'
Ar Grand; Hl1pi $.... . .. t G.4o am ; ---- -- --- I I :::-----

;: Ar Louisville! .......... ... .. S.40 pm n :t7 "t.7 I 1111 a .11 :IU- rl4 -O.-f.: :.x i and

......... ... Seminole Limited -' - :N.NHS
Ar Indianapolis 1.M11I I ,I I Ii
SOLID TRAIN 4 .'tp...'' : I lap I /J lip Iris ;:!till Jacksntilie! 7 :;0:1') i S.t, 5 I;I ;;, F ; Y':! PALM BEACHand ..
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-- !o II :5p':! 1 pap! I II.' I"u. Iu' ::III St. Augustine : :" it 41'11 :i gap 11 .+1It 7 .!:.I .
I ;) Three first-class Electric Lighted d I Electric Lighted Throughout.CHICAGO I is I : ::-a: )a. -Ilp: I' :a r.p l::! :g.p 1 rap Ormon.J :; ,:...:'p" :: l;:"1 II lat: !. nit 4 46l .
.J I?! .it\a: ; Sap 4 1:: 1 ,
i I . "p flip 14"p Ial tons :; I"I ii fiil l 11 i ;ail; \a n 4 :tA; ) I .
Trains. Herth Lights, Dining Cars :; :! ;;-571 t .o I ; IU") :: 4.q1; "' 4 1 17. Iloch.leodsre I 1.! tip I Ilip "J"t! 7 :!Ila :. uhl .
i' 'tPt5 CtptR0 I 7 4-Ill :!: I.a i:!:./I .1'11 Ie :'I'p' 1V.Palmttrach ; ,:," 5 41" ;n 4e:1 :n Cut :+'p
5 on each train, a la Carte. I 111 :o 1 :'Iltl ;A4t to I.''p I I' ;.-." Miami :. 'a i 4ilt 1 '"'a' 1 -.'a ,; "'1'I j H

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i This schedule is published as a matter of news to readers of Intermediate Points. through the Picturesque Halifax .

t Ii 1 I f Louisville & Nashville I 1 R. R.I the Daily News and not as an and Indian River Route. i :......

I advertisement. Leave Daytona Thursdays .. 8:00 a. m.
i:1 1 T. n. WALKER. Fla. Pass. At.I ;; ;

. .il3W.BaySt..Jaclisonville.FIa.GROCERIES i-. ST. LOUIS ..G.......... ...o..e+D.o.G.a.e. .O.c.t. .a .3 ; Leavfe Palm Beach Mondays 8:00 a. m.HOK i iI :.......

tNNlgll t : ........... .............. .oi' ..i'.i.i.-: I. 8 .
AND ALL POINTS BEYOND.Ith.rYiluI41I'unlpu'III. .
I ..j-.O.. ...M..i..ei. I. BOND LUMBER COMPANY | TICKETS AND STATEROOMS11)4rI1J1I I ..
lit IIII.| (J'I. .- I
Inj rnr Iii<\li\ i 1 : : K.-oIii.lii:. I'hiiir! fir..: l'iiiii.i ar.l.v. . Manufacturers! of 4 : ASK; MR. I I : Wet) rvi|
J rkMiii\ii: <- ":mi 1-- in. I Ie .
i : Ar. Chit-imo. 7U: :a. in. ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER .
live" Ar. !St. Ixmt-. 7.i': a. tn. Laths. \ I AGKNT. 102 BEACH ST. DAYTONA. I Ii
N at "liv and lit prices, at For Shingles Flooring Ceiling Brick Lime and Cercent: m Steck ff i
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: 2 JOHN.P. POLLITZ. 2 11.1.' < \\TWI-I: I.. OPERATED BY THE GULF: COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY .
1 .. Florida I'a.:1.:t., .hkoi i ." t'iI 'Phone 83. R. j. MALBY Manager a i I .

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NON EPISCOPAL CHURCH SERVICES ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*++++++++++++*
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: First Sunday in Lent.

rl-H'oT t DESPLANDDaytona i : HOTEL CLARENDON :
i St. :Mary's, Daytona: -Service: and
NEWS OF THE HOTELSRecent
Sermon 11 a. m.; Sunday Schoo'.
[The best kinds i : ; SEABREEZE :
of Florida 9:4: ;, a. m. :Music by vts'ed choir.

Irketmy t :, I NOW OPENL. ] !]It Lenten services Wednesdays. Thursdays .: FLORIDA .:

and Fridays: at 9:20::; a. m. Evening -
: t Recent arrivals at SchmidVs hotel : Absolutely
prayer and sermon, Thuitdav.: :
i are S R Kamp and wife \VV
Ap-
M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. 4 p. n.Grace.
.r. pet and wift, \Vm H Iszard, Phi a- : Fireproof |
R. i 41 Church, I'o"t: Ormge--S..r-
r : delphia!; Stewart Munn and wife. .
Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all vice and sermon :3: p. m.; Lenenservice
t Montreal J Donnelly! and wife De-
(. Rooms : Wednesday 3 p. m. : Now Open
Sides. Ensuite.
condition. : Steam Heat. Every ModernConvenience. t"Ot.: :Mich G C Zir: :ng, Jacksonville :
Grace Church Xew Smyrm-S 'r- .
: i Send for Booklet. M l HaraslarrXew York Ci'y.Recent .
sL vice and Sermon, 7:30::: p. m.; Lente: : Booking Offices: :

i f r CONCERTS DAILY. :I service! "Friday! J:; p. m. Seabreeze Florida E. L. POTTER President .
0 arrivals! at the Ci'y Hotel
irage. I AU seats are free at all sen 'e F. : Hotel Blackstone Chicago :
; Summer\ Addrt-: ATLANTIC IIOI'HK" Xurr ipnns.-tt(: Pt.-r. Ithod. Island. are W J Weatherley, EV Cook F and strangers; are we'come. : 1180 Broadway. New York W. S. KENNEY. Manager .

.............; j =NNNN..NNO'4N0.0.N.od..N.NN........0.N...: T Kintzing, Xew York: City L P ...!.................................................:
Morley, Boston, Mars I CV McKay I ,
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--------- === : iiuffa'o, JV Cron r, Stroudsbur, TOUCHY SERVANTS. ............... '

NN0Ni0000 N N 0.0.. Pa, J M l Jeffreys, St Louie: Mo, X S

1.1-.THi.'R DGEWo ) 1; Barman Atlanta, Ga, J D Lopez J I Japanese With Nesans Gloves Have of to Velvet.Be Handled I S ara t o .oo..c..zo.o.a.1 I i

; L Earman, J B Hires Jack-'onvil e. I
be treated '
Japanese' : servants must:!

I Ie 1 E. D. LANGWORTHY Proprietor. !, Late arrivals at the Despland include with tact, however trying they may 1It'l> I TITC INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better in

f II ,. : Mr and Mrs S P E ,is. Cincinnati and often they are very trying Indeed\( J t Florida. Table of the best of everything in season. Terms as reasonable as I

I i NOW OPEN. !; JV Griev and wife, PitJsLurg, :ly fcspecially} untidy. the cross nesaus.and who laz't are u t1al.the i the service will permit given on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No. 112

Mr andIrs: Chas P Felt Lynn, dear little things have admirers \vho .NOONt1tN0............ONNOeNN000e00.N..N. r'


sweating over a i iays j All departments will be managed by white Northern help j i I ragansett Mass, E E Pier Coggeshall, It I, Mr and and wife Mrs, N'ar-J L praise hands their and even kittenish of all way things, their their tiny :.c............................N......NN NN...NO.

selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white .. Babcock, Orlando, W E Baker :MIrs :artistic temperaments.A ,
( to : THE BENNETT
:
trying get Baker New York A Frenad and certain writer solemnly says' : "A
I used throughout: the house. The table will be ,
ne on time when help supplied wife Detroit :Mr\ and :Mrs\ Fra..k L I Japanese nesan-any 1Il san: even one j DAYTON: A. FI.OlilDA. :

I with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the 5. Carey Hartford, Conn. In a hotel-\\ill !set out your hairbrushes Now <'I"( n fur th third! l -. HM.II mill.,'r the UUntl I "innniiK' o"'nt of .\. H.niiilK.: .
. LAN. (E.: .''n'ln.| toi-oi I.("lun. 1 h. I'\ II lid t is llisi--m-s. t in i"v" r\ Jill rUt'lI bar. The .
I clothesliruslies, nail !scissors: collar f. utiiri"- ,.n-t.ul" |"your i tnl.lw hit. .iiiplox.,, '. .n n.oili. 'i'n lioiix n :,.nhil lionifllkciitinovpli I I
finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, . lid] 1 10"lItlto"n I'liMoii.-i' .
1' 10 H lioulinrcl HIoIe."cM"III\'nlU'! Two ten- .
0 Recent arrivals at the Rldgenooiinclude !box ami tooth |IM"cl'r on the average ,
nJtourts. usirtif* Hot. 1 "-1111. oi< II "'!itlr( < hunch April 0
[C IRON 1 : Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House Shelter Island N. Y. 2 Chas E Eldridge and wi.e, ; hotel dressing! ; table: :and make S Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages Marblehead Massachusetts. 1

1i :....*...*......41.*.......*...*.*...*.*.*...........*.ar Chicago Dana Kirschbaum, Phi ade.-: a design" of tllt'Ul-a picture Is that, an artistic ON..N...N.N.....NN.....0......NM....OO.......! t
whole All Ian
nesan:
phia, Mr and :Mrs John Caulf.eld: : : S. say no ,:
1i i has ever nrrngd ",tu Hes of still, life' ..999999999999990999999999999999999999999099999999999THE tI
---- -- --- - Paul Air and Mrs H II Ives, New
with the nail scissors and the toothpowder
11LI...........ifl.i.1...............................i Ha\en. Conn, William! II Turner. wife byway I I I
for Ire though.; i 'ssibly
and daughter, Richmond, Ind :Mr a: d PROSPECT 4
i I : of compensation, one has started
THE PRINCE GEORGE :Mrs Warren L Pradt, Albany X Y, little
I
lakes of lioiling water on my 109 South Ridgewood Ave.
1I R S Dennuler :Mrs\ I.. }' Dennulcr, I
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for
when I toppledover i
i I DAYTONA, FLORIDA carpet rang you or 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office. I
Pittsburg K T Goe, Weeton W Va the morning tea tray and arranged Steam Heat. i

: Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors i :Mr and Mrs L A Basseth Carbondale / the fragments: in an uncwnventional I I I i
P. J. DOYLE
Pa, F F Lloyd H N Barnett design! ; on my bed' quilt or : Proprietor.

E Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. Philadelphia, L H Baldwin, Jackson-l dragged; ; a table with wraplngs, in a 99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999

t Irons and are I nile Edward Mannara Tampa, MrsA I minor key the whole length; of the veranda. :
Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. +++++++++++++++++++++++..........++...........+.....+
I Schlenkart. :M'es:;; Helen! \Ve t-- R

Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. New York, Geo \V Mayers\ and wife. If corrected roughly; the maiden will t HOTEL SENECA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. t I
I leave. The hotf.'lmIIIJC'r J ' ( : ,, J
Steam Heat Throughout.White j first cry and then < K'K\NHTH._ :
Reading, Pa, Olla L Pattillo Atlan '

Help in Dinin Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st ta. T Walker, Jacksont :le. 'I : is well\ aware of this-aware .. ENTIRELY NEW. ..
with all t the nervous jxTfeptiou of aperson .
;tric Ice I whom hasty or ill considered Albert Bennett C. R. Bennett.
The Prlnct-i -org"- n.rl* tlie only Inmllnj! ; in l'n\tona fort,,1. Au u.tin. nnl! HOTEL CLARENDON. ,I one( 2 Proprietor Manager! :

II : Palm Beach l oats. Particulars with pUn"uin l sentence' can throw into a situation : A :Nlr; Nlr, "h,1 NI.. !'. 0''.:' Iuunlu: 1:1t"tiii. IIqt! and, | Ph.n. In E\'ry: :
:
The tenths tournament of :Monday I threatening his comfort
seriously : ;
0 I Innu.: 11'hiI., !.. III.fill\ ,,,". !h..1I1.
../Jjl A, Mr. Foster
I and Tuesday furs: hid consderabt'amusement : : :and prosperity' ; hence his attitude of : i :
Same THE Park. N. J.
I Management as BRISTOL Astury habitual: I : meekness. He dares: not let .....................................................
and inteest both
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19999&9949999Q9+9 ............. .0. ..I I his little lecture slide 1 over the line
those entering the contest as \\ell **************++*+++***+*+*+*****++**++++++++.+++++++
.. I whii li ,divides it from' a scolding: :and l + +

.I...............'........ ....R01...ae..s..a., as the large palK'ry of ,pE><'tato's.1 I Is,; careful to di-livcr a necessary <'x- : NEW SEASIDE INN H DAYTONA H. MAN w BEACH.iLLER, Proprietor FLORIDA + +
hortatknl'ith smllint' face and frequent J
*9999999999999999ains I The! court in the ground of the hotel :a
II langhs; ju"'t to hothat it i- : This re'* and select f.nd\ I Iet.: :! !has: just been: enlarged and rufu: lushed! .J
i : I (OIILOV! d by high wire netting was
THE NEW GABLES I really not n scolding; at all.-St. Louis for the season 1910-11 to meet the requirements, ot It. j>rownu> patrongc.Furnace +
t'Mremely attractive! gayly clx.; )-atHJ I| 1't)!(t-I tI,.;1':1' tI-h.. :
: I I iI Heat Hot and Cold; Ilatlis Electric and Ga. Lights Call Bells *

i Daytona Fla w :n the different colored; Seabreeze! {! : Rates $2.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application JMI

: pendants donated by Foster & Com-i Brazil Nuts. 1111101" i \.I.lI'I, !II.I I. 1 II'I i 11 F\: \l.IF:K:. < >.". "in (Ii\-.I.i :; ,
NEW HOUSE CENTRALLY Brazil: nuts hi such ,
..s LOCATED EVERY I II p.iry o; the curio stand was ar i>t'c-I grow : profusionthat ...........o.........oo.o.........o.................. ;
MODt thousands of tons of them are
t! I -- - -
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0 : ERN CONVENIENCE.. .. AND.. sa ally drtped about the court a'so: the wasted ever,,.)' vear: ..0....o0.0...0.....0....S ...O.Q.0...0...0.....e.o..

cial"ILW'Y : 1, COMFORT r liu-4" drapd American fag aort 1i.1

iI i Steam Heat Throughout : t the South side was mc<-t effective i March 4 In American History. I "The Ivy Lane Inn"J

The decoratiors
I iI i 'Pa(,1R o sla I S. H. MOSELEY : ( supervision of F'. I... Xuuiir. Revolutionary: soldier, born in I A High Grade House catering to the irost particulzr: pecple C lIrallocatioa. :
if 'k Proprietor. rotlolin. Poland. ; dittl of battle ; '
: who id in charge of the out door wounds near Savannah. 1770.17S1 ). j J $3.00 and 54.CO per day-S17.50 and higher per week.: :

I : 'j Tb. .\1'1 1111..ton.Tllou'lInd 1..llInoi sports. The successful winners weregentleman's > The Viiit f'll l States constitutionwent ;. .
Pi.rlv. N. Y.. during Mil II 11I"1' of : Into efTett.1SS3Alexander 5 Open'November: to May. WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor !
I'11.!
!'S SOUTHEASTERN first double, K. S. Iur1 -
f.me. f- S II. Stephens, vie -9+9++++*9+9+9+9+99+*+9+9999+9+999+9+9+9+9+9+9I +.

[LIMITED. ..!.....I...............I...IOI.....I.I.ISuSI.I.I.1I. 1 Laraine. straw hat given by president l of the Confederate States ---- ----- -- ---- --- ---- ---- --- ---- -- -- ----
ew York and the East. -' \U-I .....................................................
thony HrothersV.; E. Dav s, of America, died; l")rn 1S12.

........... 9.00 a. m.I i ......I.I.UI.II.iLi.....1...I.I.I II................rr o.id double silver: cup donated bjAlajnard 'I 19.t( )>Inauguration: of William Howard THE E. H. PURDY. Prop. I f
I SEVILLE
.............. 1.10 p. in.o.JO .. & first Taft twenty-seventh!' }presidentof I Daytona -- Florida I I
t .............. }p. m. : company; gt'llt.t-I: the United States.ASTRONOMICAL _
.on ........... 8.53 a. m. I THE HAMILTON : inan's prize single II. S. Bur: : GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON. 1'

e ..............10.02 a. m. gold cup'; second prize. 1 F. It. Van- EVENTS. Surrounded hv Spacious Ground.. in the most delightful part of the City I

rhia..1:23 p. m. I : New and First Class : dus. gentleman's single, mers.-haum I| (Urom noon toc1tto: noon tomorrow > I The >guests receive:: the best the: markets afford in the diniiij*, rot m. and every !

k ........... 2.31p.m. pipe: }presented by \Vm. Demu.Ji. '! Sun !sets: T ul.: rises Cill:::I: tnlfnt'H! t comfort and nUVtllIl'1CC:: that 4 well regulated hotel! can ol'er to the public

.. Ladies' single, first Prize. M-j! 10:10: p. m.: moon !conjunction with .....Netf>a..9 NONte..N eNa aNNNO..Na.eeN.o e .

NVILLE-ATLANTA i ileleu I Hurlbul. gold cup; St''ol.d Saturn, passing from west to east of ------- -- --- -- --------- ------- - - --

J SPECIAL. : Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells : pn/.e ladies single, Miss! Xor hru!,. the planet. ..1.1.1.I.I.I.!i.....] ....E..g.I..m.D..m.1I0I

Icksonville and Atlanta. : r t mi:, lutThe) Ml ss: I'ukei- : I :': HI 1.\ 1 Ldr lit" 111.11I.1- :

Elegant Rooms with or without'BathsAIRS. : ( : ':.ivi c-i;! the, two water culs l d I The Cleveland 1 I IVMONC.a .
ille .........".'O p. in. R i : I i !! 11'< .tln' ::" 1.1 t"ble :
.......f.3. rn.T.lo l i'.' :i.'::1', slur Litli t,:' doubl-. \\" i' i ',' ' ': '' D
> s PSi i01:1y.1 : : V'.1"v., : ; : : j. SIMPSON. Pr'p f i
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: Filty :
n. ni. : \ (-ic) don a'*'ii i i.y llace.t !i. : :; I :

i I I. A! MAKBETTE Proprietor :: I ::1..1 1 It. II. \L -,,"-. l Ila.\> {. 1,1.: . I erasr caeeosr.Itsn.Ir.aaleaaaacar Weiaagrtca..eoz, CDOMQC 'I ,. .
,evJle.: N. C. : :: ; : .A. I /
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:))1, ..!) 00 I i.: m. t. I I ..... .\" .th..;': !.: I '!Il" 1 1nU 2fr iC.rt9oiC0tR4t5 5c '61rh4YUAG2.t30l19d .SCd1lIKi04CM L'QtCS@041 j
\.l-.l! ti: J '.1: I IIi. :ht 1
.....7 00 It. m ,; Palmetto Avenue I D.\ TO': '\. FLORIDA( e i I.ig It. mrltt: ',l ..' .1 ; .' .i'!" ::t I : ?I 1 .s
I '.OO a. m. lIS 1 t\\t.. J.t i.;: .-. \..t 41..1. i 1.; th. hn..x.1I I IudJ ,. I i iI -
the rlli'-, : '" \l. t' -'- gall'; i THE AUSTIN )1
0 I tL't-d t: : but the gar.l.e h.s a .
---.-. -- : ............2..."...a.c.G..C.I..a.I..s=C.. :O.41I1t1 j ....i.I. ;L ,| ( '. .- iII'I."t.
!I..t <>:i.h.mil r1.gnnlIlly n "' t uuuMiui\ number o: s-as, twin < .
. I nil m tin ,-i:t.f t :I. 'I i:: ,of tin- e.tp; OVERLOOKING TIlE HALIFAX FLORIDA
0 -- -- ---- -------------- DAYTONA
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.1! v'I. ..". .X\'1f.1-:. "'1.\. - ----- ,., in::inv, as of former tit ase.1I -'. .Extra : itol. l:, fi-n::'...u to the ir.pn:. '! I I
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mmuiiuiitivlth 111111.i.1.11... ........1.10.101I.Q.I.I.I.I.101.1.I.SCHMIDT'S l'otlctgE's> have: been engaged l I Ly'' Ins ('unlt1d t. Mr: I.im-n! iid t<> G. \V. SWAN I Proj rict.-r. 1 1"
PETTIT. D. P. A.. : :
: :
(tinaotel! management to acc<.modJit : the soiitlM-nn-rs" : "The ;goieni- i Electric Lights acd Call Eells. Steam Peat! Hot ard Cold Water

HOTEL : the oH'rfloau these coming t tr | meut will ...'t assail. you.V I t :
i. Ga. i I Iedtal : tf000 0.04 5eN........ .....0 40.3 'cHCMHM..1OCH 1r
a MM.-hore visit; will finJ:( it most \\ are t not enemieo. but '

Henry Schmidt, Proprietor Daytona. Florida : here during :March and April friends":: lie :also t14'II"1.! .r '

\9999S9999999999999V9999999999999 r Situated on the bank of the Halifax River "one mile frcm Atlantic : The bathing; is immense and ini-j' : hare no pnif"*** to Interfere dlrertly +99999999999999999999999999999V99999999999999Q999MRS ((1 i

Ocean. It has fifty rooms singly l en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms or indlrw-tly with the institution I
nierous outdoor amusmenn enjov
are large airy and nearly all havc" sunny exposure. The cuisine and service D J. CUMMINGS. | ;
is admirable. Rates $3.00 per day and up.L Spccial;ratcs tcr{ families: : able. of slavery. in tji' 'swinre THE PINES I'n.'rrlttrc l!
I Litn-oln | "
it exists. Mr.
\ [ on application. : I Life arrivals at the Hotel l'.anll-! .9 .
l,egan; : !sp ikliig( at 1IW: p. m. An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct !
................U.IOI.........Ii1I............II..... don I !, are Mr and Mr II LVelull.: and the tl!'t word reached) .\\ i J I p,
I IV of the
Charlt.ston'a.. Mr and Mrs: .1 It t supervision proprietress. f '
York at 1-4: .".. The Lost: word I ,I fit:
__ \ Spnigue. IlUlhl-oro. OV .1 1lill.l'hil'a 9 338 South Ridgewood i Avenue, DAYTONA, FLORIDA. ii) '

WAN I Iby :l.I.B.B.....B.BOBB.B.......B.B.B.B.B.B.B.........B: _o. Mr and Mrs GeoV \VelbJ. J E'lit'W total: nln.nt York two:at S-'IO.f"o.hlwnn'I'h::: ) and paper-*- San.c, n.aia, ,etit, as the New Manolra., ', AshnrPark' N J i iThe i I
I'hil.ukll'hia, Mr l and MiV II :Me
Ii : hail full N'II at1 o'clock the S> NNNNo0..NN 0......0.0.0.0.....0..0- 0 Ot....
: 113JSoutbjRi: wood Avenue. : POllllt'll.Ir aid: Mrs G Wnglu. Ni Idl" comiuiiul- !
TONS.jervice. i THE MAGNOLIA most rapid telegraph - :t l

: LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. : c.s. ISaltimore, Mr a..dlrs: I I' II l'at-1 eation on reword in this country ---- 1 I

ternm, :Mrs\ S B Lindenian, N.'\\ nt that time. There was: everywhere ;t
: Fresh milk, vegetables and fruit on the place furnacetbeat.[ RATES: S2.CO per : I I U t
lighted
I \ oilII 1 T Gore, \\-"'S'OIl.'a. i an unprecedented rush for Willmer The OSBORNEA. ,
and $12.00 week andup.
: day up; per : -
[in passengers Ii. evening editions! cinitaitiin: the \\' < I 1:1\1:I: M f:"., OSBOKNL. ;\ *
I MRS. iELESTE: RINKS Proprietress. : For Sale or Rent. j i ndflr<.,, Prop tt rzz -
reen i. Comfortable- 1 RoomsLtcellent' ROODS Only Modern Conveniences: : tI i ti'day
The handsome cottage and lot w th reacnedVasbingt ont '
i.I 1 ILI.BOB.B.B.B.H.B.BeB.........B.B.B S B.B.fl.B S B.B.B.B Westin! ; : :: T.ihle 75c and SI 00 per I;11':1 J
flowers fruit and shrubbery, corner1 T; h.iMiii Iw-n on the : i"i"50e.
p. m. ; : I Rates Moderate $250 to $600 per -ek :' I *::f

and I r IVii'nsula! :; Drive and Halifax! avenie; road. :241:: hours and c"H.rt..l 470miles. ; 312 So"'Palmetto'Ave.. Daytona. Fla Steam Heated 1 Rooms. 11 Orange Ave 'i''i'I I''J.I 4

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0 'DAYTONA. FLORIDA. i NEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL and COTTAGES i : , . . ' '' 1,01,01\\,1, , ,. . ., .. .... I.' '11- "1.1 I''. ,'
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> I Well Known and Popular. DAYTONA FLORIDA. | . ,, ,, '. KHi . I Ilt'\I : .\ 11 .It M -.. \ M Ml-. 1'1..1 I . 9 : +
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i the Beautiful HalifaxlRiver.J ; -kl- Ii! !" hour < f th hoi.t ura: :I i > j. j .
TONA. \\ Overlooking t t! -'110' .d. (01 I1't ..... p ho pro-r'r :()("I I .t.. III-t.lu.\. t i..u.- \\ h! :.1 t.1,. st ,:I,.. I' I ,1I 1\:",'. I > i: -i J :itu i: is'IN1.: :: (' 111\Nlu-1 : : 0 t
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THE DAYTONA '.

i rage six' largeness was at that very time hole. ORMOND.ON.THE.-HgLSFF.Aj "lr AN IDOL
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I \ ILLWOISiUIS AT II CAM another successful Illinois day ,
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'::';: "" ';,;l. "; :' of the casing::! -- -
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':; il / '\..;( ; J "f 'e\.W : :: . I L jj PROGRAH of the stories; went amiss. as tbe ,
: LISTEN[ TO F fiNE None thof Daytona
: i .l ServiInaC
to
... m> :.. mra f1'tr .:.: these present ind the west: Drl Made
,.q::{ : ,A \\ID$ X brc.d: : smiles of .Hi on t
::;':";':; :" '. Iirt.r MarchAt the nd- especiatenjoyeJ V the Haltta ;
j : ORMOXD. rated, and were
._ -= --= ., journed meeting of the Orl1o.d' MANY PEOPLE FROM THE MIC bj the loyal "Sucker-." .. *ht'.n location pE'rmlts.rllnageand SErght
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,, th mnoiseter.1n:
)Ioadani.lt ;
-- I Yacht club: on T. L. Hudson, the :
regular routine bu :.nt&s was came : DLE WEST STATE GET TC who recently: celebrated his 91: t >.z sanitation; ToOrmond THE RUSE C!

ABREEZE and DAYTON and DAYTON; through, the constitution and bylaw : ENJOY A GOOD! birthday, responded: in the same joCu, ieratlon Is si -
AND
I IBURGMAN S BEACH, two enterprising GETHER ,' Ideal tor
: 0 and
F. some
CHAS. towns on the Halifax and amendments wee adopted: is ie< laretn, successfully; parrying;; A I like
progressive BEACH tutor homes. Solomon
I : Peninsula, are geographical! ommended by committee and tLe cel'l VISIT AND HAVE FINE TIME. : of the thrusts made by the "Yanke* wide bridge coia oral try" This Innocent Man A
incorporated as separate list of officers for the en.: Some goad stories \vtr Ormond with I\\"r ahut p sdrlrNcourse.
although
Preacher.
one PHARMACY : lowing I II March :3.-: ets : Devised.
e THE municipalities. The towns parallel suing year was chosen: Presder.1Chas. : ,! DA YTOX.\ BEACH, told in five-niiaute talks by a numlef nnond n" ch.lan1' Cause Musieatiokt'lul am pealed,
and south I from va: 11 Discfcsei tOne
the peninsula north James F. DobbinProprietor McXaryicepresdent; \\11A. -! The Iliinoisans and tourists: those present. i :\ fine bom<' 1 sot now ItoPPin' That
REAL for distance of from three and one- : lied a bg: dry at maintained on Ju"att"rrJ thl' .
a states
F. A. Cainell ncuti other Ponce of art' a *-t.'r; ;
Mss
four miles, and extend east BEACH liam Darker; secretary I Two recitations ty side of tbtlter at BRhTTO515atoL.; day
half to DAYTONA Wednesday frcn <'1th.'r
ESTATE seas of K. E. Francis; com : the Keating casino in to encore 'n-re. .too of a L
and west from the surging ; treasurer Ohio! cne response ,most of the 11.I.L :' proprietor
the Halifax: Everything Usuall:;) :: 5 r m., at which not less thai in Y l"Mo( ,
Atlantic Ocean to Putnamkeconimc- :i: to p. I bridge
MAN the Carrie In a First modore. Israel ; hell rendered.A surrounded by su :>-
River the beautiful tide watt Class Drug Stor* lore, Jas. C3.rnell; trustees, J. U. one hundred people! were preset I II duet by Misses: Phillips and Spar Topical flora and pack of ,:11ulJlback
FOR stream that sets them apart from was decorated in the< shrubbery,beside ('.\ to a dyer I in
Our Prescription W. F. Colby.! I II The casino rendered. ON
have close Price, J. E. FraueU. .I .or was sweetly
Daytona with which they Department is Coin- and an air of pleas :brlfty orange and lilt WRITE store's m*"" : SEABREEZEPhone of thrt: Washington, L. national coon! : : of Chicago and Mrs. TO the
every Thompson DeCamp
means In Judge Miss
fruit
communion by plet I the large< jh r citrus street heWhat w;
bridges, as well as a half-hour ferry RespectPhone1M C., is making us another short \visit I ant expectation pervaded : C. 1 E.: Ginn of Cincinnati, were the trt' 's. MACOTHORNTO pawa: more safe
] OPfn HOUSE! service. stopping with his father-in,law, John lance hall as fr'.end'y! '! greetings wen ;ioloi&ts of the afternoon. Miss Deamp's Ormond has man; I set nlJ\uI
Beach are wht 1tuotwl
trees
Phone in Seabreeze and Daytona Milligan. The jadge and his dlu;hter; exchanged by the throng rendition: of "Old Kentuck' ttratIonsexcel- of Jlzo. the
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winter resorts I
and I god
essentially summer the asles looking; for'a.cant I : nt automoblllng, the
and are making hundreds of 1 i :Miss Francis, do certainly enjoy mo.I : down Icme" was especially pleasing. :ood nblng: safe< i- leN and defers
new friends every year among thos: j BRANCH&t toring: in their beautiful car, a "1'ulUnian. seats. II III Jrn. Ginn has a voice of wonderfu i forting, and man;; ORMOND dren.
SONNTAG discomfort- I kept busy for tomtlime I II
the usher was
who desire to escape ." The and sweetness.A pleasant drives. IF' ix ANY The somnolen
ange WAINTERESTED
extremes of heat and cold, and bringing in extra seats, but al Mrs. At Ormond IJi-acl, 1
:
ing Mrs. Eurlingame: ant ladies : find thai
boarding houses NICHOLSONFEED Mrs. Morse, sons by eight young .. nap: to
INVESTMENTC1PAN1 their hotels and was comfortab'jeaUd. I i- 1 located the Lirgilotel ; I I\
Tuesday last everybody reteivechearty rROPgRTYIIORMOND disappeared
are now receiving splendid patron AND LIVERY :hiss Mary Damon Ml on I perfect. Away I 1)1.\ Brooks accompanist, : Ormond, and had '
discriminating to Palm Eeach. ; : The day was : ORt'lt went to the stoi
most short visit: .
age from the STABLEAll for a toiling! I applause. t'l lesser l sister, th.In M ON D
I kissed! the BEACH
class of tourists. William Burr who has been under -: jut at sea the sun I America" was sung by the 6se.m-- .tton Inn. Th ", Will\ Give that he had slep
The itself, with its marvelous Orders Given : oul surC the delicious tonic of breezes Tour had made off wltl
ocean treatment by Dr. \Vlrie, U ; ; ormi-r occupies i Huvimss: '
Prompt
hard as macadam and Prompt Attention swept lazily .., The n.
Desirable beach, I 'rom across the waters bly.The was sltton overlook- Attention slumber
entertainmet.t
in smooth as a floor, is the greatest attraction Careful Drivers; igam. hall waving Old 0or afternoon's P4 the Halifax,anr his storyhave '
I Here
Locations the
and has lei! his (couase.o trough earnest 1 1GIIMOND 1t
although earth, air sky i FamlMar lthltluds William Barker aud'ence.! The .ppropnately closed with an .'.<. latter bus as It:;. been impc
any part of seem to have entered into a ccmbi very; desirable parfes: this staffoi ver the heads of the Ld; ably address by Dr. S. PL'I r ..!. the m-iitnl- off with ..
SeabreezeOffloos nation to enhance its every charm I, of them is Dr. Allen and fam- : irds sang without, a::<1 the mot.otone : mt beach and the t make
.tutoniobilirace A. BRANCHReal In one beachurnished I :11'd of Seabreeze.A I J A CARNrUl broad daylight
E. the
beach the famous i heating on . .
is
The : exttnthe tnneer: who is a of the waves extei.dtd to '">-d Atlantic. th
where vorld'sstraight.away : l Estate AizutUt.t i\, ai: A \ of thanks was should pay for I
every
course pleasant! :: accouipan.mtnto 1.-sld's the broad, FL.t.Minuactuit I
andonrerse ; a
: Evnnvville. record has been made, <'h( .>tTi:L.H > I cost: interesting pescn: to meet conversational hum thin: the I.-:, G. C. Gage; for her excellent tooth beach tin nn r of have to go to pIn '
Indiana, nnd it continues U t'j..t'udl% Itl1.lOur : the the 1
despair
records x
Florida and all these ( affair, and by ace tunny drives for Pure Home-?tSaJe I
Milim-zv ', I ...:.'.:'j"iuei.t; of the ;
-'. .ultlli tall.
rivalrTbcbcachharav.idth Ctt. Sp :g.id O-oka
hold without o:d friends : : I .rriat's and auto Jayor
: of 300 to Wife cf Giraid. X. Y., ar/ued Tae program opened with prayer l.>: ofea: and nay it was decided ohiles. around air GUAVA JElllMARMALADES npL "You nre cert
500 feet and c, n be u cd from twc I i SELDEfi'STOXAUKACII t tI' ; Mabel Barr February .'.md-drlv..stoanOhrough l l fallen asleep:
LZ. BURDICK after uutil two L&rs bcfo- eestly: : and are in Mrs. nl."\. Dr. Moore of New York. w hold; next I!:iuois dray, : AND" tog
hours ; : groves" of TROP.CAL Jizo I Is e v :
CONtRACTORand nigh tide, thus iiivia i :; au average of; D.\\ : : kl': .'-. voltage: oa Central av:n-e. Theattain ReE.. J. Rex":slow of V"'r.n.i ntare !_', Liacoln's: Bir.hdaj.; I -f>''d<.n ornn i.'s;; PRESEKVESSpecial "but bound

BUILDER' even or ci;lit l'N'rs.fir: automobile Dry Goods Shoes.olen's i : } has been quite s'k: so .eiae a very entert IT.ing! talk thogl: I ,I rtves through rope AJr.tIna b Is a god In hilI'
l'cttUPlQS""FI't-clalty in part cy -* ; some Correct to -
; not si en Pasteurized Milk. t i; forests Flpan.t1 ... ....
eacl cMef'yat betrayed
Beach
humor .T has
(lr.ar'esfurnlshedAll ana Uatona Wear I !i \\ bic-b ran a thread of It toO ruins; drl\ 's to .AJUII n he
Work (!u.ir- population oi approximately : usual. : I1lt is pasteurized: by beating l'an. An'I1r-.n L.- arrested and brc
lave a pelln..uI'IL tern+ from J. Griffin: peopl or the tl-.t! : h' ancient ('cue-- '>
the cool- tatItloqBn"a's' :
uuttfd.Seabreeze ordi- flslunuan, aiult'tI F. and then suddenly .
Our expert .
I5t0: S.t: :ry I II;> hw ..sl l<- lunA. | ] degrees w',' built by >I.IT.'- ', t .I'!Ilia}.Jft'3l-! trial.
,FloridaV. lances arc s-i :'.'" cafLrccd s!rce'saDd I ,. I' -trots: the fridge tao t every morhi ..;,titt: ..r! l 1M!!:'H>'-, VV h'dl t II' fare wit;; ID it. "pl.ult'r" of lung tit.n-I.ht.rlt stLoulIan" /.!\ -<,kn gave Inu

sidewalks: arc wall kept, and i..s; before sunrise aid i*> ir.oe-t a'- --- -- -- ---.. ------- -- ------ >, itttd dnvi to Ex,..";I!wn.Pnrrh1\i'otJ.o .:. court officers to
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C. GRANTS new streets are being opened as fasts de- A. VANDEVORDContrnrtor ways lucky pith hi- C.lh of tr'; i I- -.-.-..e-.eoooosoooaoaosoooe4- - .e .Q.............oos.oe.oote 1.! |,i mtatioi.3 of. of Yokogawa sti rl
: the incrci:i"'i.:; population i i. -I It:l> settlers

PLUMBER naads. Besides hatch sad boardinghouses I WORK for I, and.\. ba-s.G. Cash.ton launch! d 01: S. utI . No Innocent Man Escape at the i i .t;...,,... places art it.- fore the the officers mayor'sof teion. t'.
andiJtts there is ample cottage: acco- MASON l'( t.t with th-int. MOUNDGRGYEORA
\Vuter, steam Fo-v! > I
FittingPhone inKth o(All KindsUoncrete I day a fine boat for Fiank Great I visitors
nodation far -.11 winter I CurliiiigsHid. | i Ask Mr. Foster 1: ), cquipiid with a'Duffalo : ''Let : flow' yie stone god wi
GES
165SBD.VYTOVA tov/as. I .'walks,..If.DAYTONA motor and named The l'uf- F U N tin 'o' tb"lno+t Int they tried to tif

FIOHI1 RKAOH>A All the attractiveness: Beach of ,Seabreeze the two I BKAPH talo.. Hope he will enjoy ('ru'si\! ; in i Court Trial ]! ;, r- "tin.; of taeseil.n.t.itiorn andGrapefruit l>edestaJ tnto a '
pplics; to Day'ona, !: : !, beautiful waters. I ; U at the as embletl tI'ftlr,
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owns being; so similarly situated. I II our 0 Ii :t ht..rs of the umiMialcirirer
the
The development of Daytona Beach II I FITZGERALDOATES I i Frank Colby took A. Glover, p-o 0 I1l1ifl1101i known Best Grown by tVlienJizo
PINEHURSTFeninsuin as its I 1 tographer for the Detroit Publisilncompany ; : ;; j: I a-, ;\fou'ndron'; Its <
phenominal
has been fully -\s PALMETTO CLUB St. '
Groon Angus.t
I & I Under the of the Civic Dept. ofthe hall (o en
ister tLc north, and each year t Tomoka last"ed- : auspices I I. on of the finest !ne AutomoUto r ,
on
IIrh.ttDaytona l
tile : 'Ul7ns
Beach i here is a substantial growth. The I I up in the Auditorium of School Building, on or tn."' -jrovesonthe'nt It n\s '
of i't finei I The
nesday to get some J- toast of Florida -
Modern OonvenlenItvhsonable.' have been leveled HOTEL ORilOSD ,
te8. Rate8 treat sand duties JLAWYERS I said! hs certainly: March 61 and U amid veryrett ono nnii'ti\ f ''"
and handsome: homes have been for post ('ar > surroundingsound, I Weed, Knox rr./ end tlun "Otlp'larI1l10ut.

Mr*. W. H. FreemanPtoprletor milt for both winter and all year- I Daytooa. Fla. I got some beauties.The I }. :;rove la on teed Company I Tliev pr

round occupancy.* hotel Ormond is filling;! up rapidly !I t !a.naytoni-saint for nsslstnn.'f' Ivolunteer t
- -- -- -- --- --- -- ''i 0o One of our most respected citizens will be charged with breach I ugusti ne' road. nrLOW Po=to ce worketo
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.ort ott aettrt******.***. ..*. *,r*rat r I : of promise. Regular court rules. Startling developments. :: witness 'he
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season. 0 Ludicrous situations. Local hits. An evening Hundreds wire
Promptly executed ;:: I I : : Finely executed to lend a hand.god .

'f'J Job J b Printing P Gazette News Office. 1; \ UluixierMns Neglected.Von taking. ; :(-:ITI'one.I of. J March PRICES 2. Open 35 AND at 7:30.50 CENTS.-Tickets Court called at 8.on sale at Hankins'75-77-79-81 Drug Store I:.: Job Printing at 1 to a went cart .like prong ngrew.

liluwer-No office.
y : ? Mrs. von : this filled II
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form upon which

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for nil to hear. ,

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Valuable City rots o D i ewoo Avenue be stand In say tepee Major this was for aroused robl robbed Ookaments joursel>ery,oi




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the side of The s.-nr.rl .
WE own lots on west Ridge- shut the Fares ,

Mayor O-oKa ;i

wood Avenue, each 109x400 feet. the and great finer l "adl row"

mono lenpihdreds ) II
: thus :111.i .
These lots are cleared and make one of 'were ttappv tit;

been so ilpht a

they humid t

the prettiest building sites in Daytona. back Was done the ''corl 71111!

had been (ir.'!M

For a quick sale we are making a price Pet'ourt! down, he uimi nan

doth wtu.'ti! inHeforo

$1750 for either one or $3200 for both. 1.0''r' tu e,' w1'';i

tE'r who hat I

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[OND-ON-THE-HAUrAA '.1 fAMinOL" ,. IN : COURT WONDERS LAVAThis r Wreck of the Battleship Maine I I |JA Splendid Piece of j i ii H F


:Die 5 miletDaytona f. L Will Soon Be Exposed to View oe

f I Itfade to Serve the Ends of Justice Molten Rock Is a Most Peculiar I I
on the west Drive I !I
Property
the location Halifax"he :: \ k1; In a Case In Japan., Substance. I .

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..rllnageandsanitation: ; 1Nt E RUSE OF A\WISE! MAYOR.Thl 3EDHOT; t sriOW, : SAKDWICHSS.\ :!' :I ,." I i 128x220 feet, Cor. Ridgewood and i iD i

atloa Is IUd I II : i
ideal for Ormondand ,'t I
: EiTcct Mount Vesuvius Loomis Avenues.EDMONDSON ;
i botnei. A : Solomon like Oficial, to Whom an I Curious on I II ., I

|>ridge eon- try n Il'w drives 1 Innocent Man Accused of Theft Appealed :I Produced by the Lava's Amazlne: I .J # : I .0
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that
iirmond wltl over new leolfours. Devised a Simple Scheme Prcperties as a Nonconductor o* t rrr.rt J' { j G
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Beach.: flub hour 11 at the Disclosed ths Real Culprits. Heat-Deadly Volcanic Ashss.: 4.t: I
fine hornet I ant Hour a.1n ; "iThat 4'mih & DONNELLY i I
.stopping f* i < + ___
llntalned Just acres
orI :
lit BKKTTON; tht' Way, "g/One day a servant en ployed by the Vesuvius, the most famous volcano) J
I .
of the
tide INN.
mar
od of then Cot- EoGIR. proprietor of n bjg store near: Japan: 'n the world with Its mighty vomit t I.................... .......S.....e.e....w... ...... t '
of lava and drat. is I of ,
d ed by sub I heavypack! ings guilty:,
flora and of valuable: cotton goods ou his many queer fn'tks.Iihty: : rainstorir! I I I

'rybesideorange OALL ON !back to a dyer In Honjo district: When have set In motion tin lava dust! and I ...c......R.I.I.........I.. ......lIo..a..II.ti...ta.fa...

[ and OR WRITE; TO the store's messenger reached Yoko- lava cinders that lie on its!' sides and Do want to buy or I I
Ultras frail : street be was ready to seek restfit I : The HANDPROPERTY : '' : you
Matra torrents of muddy lava have overwhelmed I I _ _
I has many MACONTUORNTON !I.v more safe than: the little grove of towns and villages as It i :. : rent t property In : I
?""of trees set about the stone statue _x : : t
|onlexcelItomobtllng.- swept down to the sea. The resulting I ,
the saint of travrekrs ?
,. ihe: god; Jizo. patron I Daytona !
aDd defenseless woman and chilf effect from this has been so great that I II . I _ _
[thing, safe { I
I, and many ORMONDIF dren.gTDe. f It changed: the face of the coast line I : SILVER BEACH : '. : We have the cheapest :

it drives. IN ANY > somnolent porter awoke from a by forming n new promontory. .pro M and the best. :
%ViINTKRK8TED\ I :
[nond Beach ...yap to find that his employer's cotton Lava: I Is one of the most curious of .. . .
Id the large IN In distress he substances. It I Is simply rock melted $7,500 buys one of the best residence -
PROPERTY: great
IN t disappeared. .,. from :
rmond, andr ORMOXD jgfl heat intense that It flows like ,,,I ,,! ;t,.). Ntl E ,; I : Extending Ave. Completely : [
OR to the storekeeper'and confessed' by a so )4'>< ; t; g : went: Al'M 6Y'0 1 1 ;: .. 1
p .
} the 1' .
.
lister, . Ocean
'f' River to :
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ORMOND -- -_ :
1 Is In -
thin Vesuvius Jt. -, located
REACH :10.1.that n robber rut'l."h11 eruption A' furnished and on :
Inn. TheoccuplE'1 lie Will Give :tat be had slept ,_" _' ."'" ..'"... ,5't........ ..I v -,L'K, ; -.:.'. : .- .-.. : ;
aIn Your had made off with the goody during his I thousands of tons of it are squirted .- .. .Jt'. F... _.. :: U . corner lot Call on im i '
I Buslmss Prompt believe the and out of the crater. \H;..;.."' ' m
The master .would not up "pipe" -'t.I" ,
o"f'rlookI I .A Attentions i dumber. I -; : FOR SALE OR RENT : .
laurax,and his story.ylng'{ that It would As It Cows!' out over the edge: It soon m' .' . .. .. 1t .. : I
'r has as Ita been impossible for a robber to cools and leaves a thick ropy coating ..: : M. L. Waggoner .

the magnl- i' jure make off with so large. a bundle in which spreads; over the entire coun- : BINGHAM & THOMPSON : .. f
itch and the I l I Office People's State Bank. .
J A CARNEll J :. broad daylight Unless the porter tryside. . I r

l Itluntlc.l the broad. ,, s l should pay for the lost $roods he would I But It is only on the top that it really ... ." .U.I.0.I...I.ISISUS/.I.p .....e.....0.............. i
oil CRMOND I '
I FU have to go to prison said: the master. cools. A few Inches below the surface ... ,.. ii i
beach therey
Manufacturer of the porter took counsel of j of the lava: I Is often red hot. Visitors I I ,

|I!* and drives uato-for Pure Home-Made I Mayor In despair O-ka. are often invited to light their I I ;gj" :;i.if} :;:, it R r t, t

round Oriirtr.stoaml- GUAVA JELLY "You are certainly to blame for hav ''I ilgnreties: In the chinks of a bed of l' I.g I.

MARMALADES: AND .' tog fallen asleep" reproved the mayor."but lava: that has been lying: out In the f NRA A siALTYTmE

grow's ol TROPtCAL Jtzo Is equally to blame, for he I open air for twenty years or more. i Photos by American Press Association.UXIEss g :

oranges;; PRESERVES god bound to protect' every onevbo It Is the most wonderful non"on-
is a the wreck of the
of the engineers go wrong/
rough ; the plans army
tropes Special Attention to In him and In this instance doctor of heat known. Borings made
Family Orders trusts lain in the mud of Havana harbor for I
:
which has
to Hpnndrle :; Maine, t tNC
betrayed you. I' will have him I through:::: some lava beds have shown
HIOIIMT
,.; to Pun- Ann AWAkAli'n-.n L AT.- be has and brought before me for that they :are 01"11..1111 of layers of lavaand than thirteen years will !soon' lie exposed to insjiwtion preparatory AND INSURANCE CO. I C. r
[! nt O.iuvIt arrested serious obstruction to I
1
W-t pwnition-Ito': :' I : layers: of unmelted" !Ono'w. AS suecessiio to raising It and thus removing a
[ lIy slaves Indialxtwsi triAL
navigation. In preparing to Guise the wreck the ('n inl't'rd"t'id..d to build a ,
tlon- 'hi.rli'stfii torrents of lava came pouring
it.rs of long: Immediate orders to his I Icoart
J.oulslllnl1"1r'bn4"! O-oka gave that the cofferdam about the hulk and\ then pump the water and mud out This will
down the surface lay on
Id drives to the .Tizo :
and arrest
Exposit: Ion-'i-'t.l.o. officers to go and it is l believed that 'PHONE 128
inspection' of the wreck without disturbing: it. CONRAD BLOCK
(atatlons of street anal bring him before I no.011..1 at once, nUll the surface permit
cf lokogawa this inspection will forever settle the question' as, to whether the battleship i
le settlers, seat for; trial. Thereof OJHMI to the air also coo'ed at once.Tint (
laces are re- the mayor's I between the two surfaces there was destroyed' by an Internal or by an external: explosion.' : The opinion of ,
their mis!
IththelnterHouthern the officers departed on I ItIon. disaster !immediately after it occurred was 1
the
IO U 1 NDfiROVEORANGES first bound the arms of I was blazing; heat t: so If you bored nrmy officers who investigated ,
They of then I down through::: some lain beds) you that thw're two explosions: that one outside the vessel, probably causedn We beg to offer the following
coils
with
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i id flowers. tee stone god rope I thus continued the work of destruction begun by a
cool surface, a magazine to ('xlllod1111
would! find a upper :
his firm
the most In- tried to lift him from of
they iniiiH toriwdo. Nothing !is known as to the final disposition of the wreck. from our list
inside cool or
n
of these andQr'apefruit I : A great crowd redhot < ( n layer snow I
.r pedestal into a cart. ::
cool Kxen: if it were imssjble to repair the vessel it is hardly thoiicht:: tint: this will
cool rcdhot! one
a
ons Is at their before the Jlzo. attractedby layer a one I ::;
of the .assembled tbe unusual behavlur of the court and then now again.; I be done as wa-sliips of that tjpe are now regarded is obsolete.. In arranging!: : :: property:

j and known Best Grown When theyvere told tl'atJizo : In fr: -t, :1 i layer: nf lava will J lot neither I for raisin:;. the wreck c Mress: took, no :action res:' :minis the disposal! time I mza'
d Itt ()m e1'9. has been. mal'" tint it be, towed into 'lie blue water iftl'e -
rove. Grove on fit Augustine : to before .the mayor for heat nor cold( through.: If youbuilt bulk. The! suggestion;:: : : 'aa
the Host Automobile had go ed. a m Mare entirely of lava on a I golf; and th-re l tee sunk tn remain for all time. The upper picture h'w"| """c.- No. 124-*4, 00 will buy furnished I'Lit. a
troves on the llond In Miles trial the citizens marve : would still! I view of the wr(>*'I the conrin. tower of the, MMiken luittlexhip Is'tug; .
North of rspiMnz the pod: was I "cuiei'Jii'r! : s"airn' day:: y".n !" n near: house on Voiusia: avenue four bedroom -
of
|ut of Florli HOTEL OKMOXD Tbe tast: : :: ,' ; usher' there i shown at the risht. The lower picture i is a cent-nil i view of the wrecLinj.
oiliror! I have JC ''-;n>os hiMiie: : was five first
.i amid very.irroundlngs too much for ile three court ,, : and bath rooms on :'a
I of IKnana in the UikvT. : iiiid. 2
snow: outside If you built it In the operations, with the city '
standing
.
Beed Knox iv' and they sought; aid of those ; floor.
i I..e would form in \ parlor
winter your '
I rove It ontonaHalnt that in return ,
about They promised / ; .
Deed Compan; l would admit nil In .Tnl -. ; e'employ you l Pause I think yon : No. 10?--$1,200: five room furnished : ;

:tu' roW BULOW Poctom.cs \ for volunteer assistance workers they intothe courtroomto i This clearly demonstrates what anextraordinary I ; ; : somg! ; about. this business. :! house, one acre of land, Holly Hm,

witness the extraordinary: ( trial.Hundreds : : nonconductor lava Is. I due not. X"I do not want to fruit tree.. .

spurred by curiosity! There Is. indeed, ntific mt aliout this I -",

were the stone Vesmius :a little )lava hut Into whirl I '. All 1 want you to toll me i is No. 119-7 acres land, 300 orange,

Finely cxwwww1- to lend a hand and ylien strapped summerisitors put' bathes! of wiiio I .' it I is pood business peach and persimmon trees, 6 roomy C; '

Printing ecuted at god went cart through like an the offender streets the crowd to get t them 'hilhd.When : (: I l ow tol41! him "No." dwelling, $2,000. :.70
tea
office.ue volcano throws its lava out (' that t settles it." said Ita rl1a t t). ;
this rrewIt filled the great ball of Justice It ; No. 103-$3000, five acre bearing :
with 'twlt tremendous fon-e. that ; are willing to accept the respon-
when Jlzo was 1'1nc(>before the plat- .
O-oka jets high Into the air it very oftenfalls : : of turning down this property 3: grove South Ridgewood.No.
form upon which sat the mayor.
in the form of dust owing-to/ theoxplosne the price olTcnil?"
addressed the god In stern words. 101;$7,500, new house on
0 Jizo!" : power of t the high; presume:: : "t'"a! Hlow's reply "but I
:You are a negligent fool loud enough steam that( spurts out with It. It ] you to evaminethe t reports, maps: :: Ridgewood: avenue. -
f. be'ezclaimed in a voice.
1 bursts t into a tine spray' and falls as : : ! !', plans, etc.. and see the rea:
for all to bear "You are supposedto No. 10f-$1,200, two large deep
dust-du! in
t every one who believes lots on South Ridgewood.
protect
this dust Know port."I;! I should I ilo: this?" Itarnato In-

)you and who renders tribute, yet to It I Is so tine, indtnd. that sometimesyears (.. "You 1 tell me that it is not No. 120-4 land, 100 j -
trusting porter here made a prayer I acres. orange -
elapse before it settles.! When business. And\ as I cannot un ( '
then fell asleep: at your feet and { trees, truck land 5 room cottage, i
you of Kraka- I
should
volcano
You the mighty Inland I !' your report why
robbed while be slept $1,000.
be was toa blew itself nearly: into .bits in 15xs3 t(' my time on anything: that is not
accused of being,: an accompliceh I :
stand Have anything to I with a crashing! sound of cannonadingthat > ; business?"Moody's :Magazine. No 107-$Z,Z00, five room cottage .,;,

say this for robbery.yourself before you I pass sentence smashed! windows hundreds of \ I, c:; Daytona: and Cypress streets, large :: t t .5
thickIn
the lava dust was so
rMayor miles away ;::: : II I Presence of Mind. ::.. lot. A.-
. the air that for hundreds of miles I :\rah Innu-lIow: I do I look In this .
waited for a few mo- 2 t
O-oka : of round midday was as black as night.; : : ? Sarah= ll'Ilnm-Turn: around and I No. 1C9: } -$ ,5 Q0. small bungalow :

ments as if expecting the stony when lips Volumes of infinitely tine dust sailed : i me !see' the back of It. dear. Why. I West Magnolia lot 50x150, almost a5y :
Jlzo to open in r'Jlly1ut nol1w'r the earth in the tuiper >- S
round
he I rt'11IlIl1111\ perfectly !It'mJid-t"hica/o' : / Tnl) nejv. "'A'
was made: by the god passed
atmosphere and made Cmghunl'ssunsets : : : ea rr i

sentence immediately."Since I I' of that year unusually splen \ t : .;: No. r.O: -$2000. truck farm, 7'< _, a'I. ..

you do not defend yourself" I'' did. It was three years before the tinJ' bear us to our lot and destiny ac"cs c'ered' :2 acres tiled house: tau {
said hH
consider that you are guilty. air Iwame quite dar :1all1.I ;::: ..... 'iIl-lti.- p' : 1
UpITT lirnmtt, :] ,1 :'f"1. I tmmt:: ; } 1. t..I. is tterhnps our own "" y and ba: -". ,
honor "and I hall imprison 'ou' I I : r
1.:1.lu..t. has the !same pr.q't'rtit s I'll rai'li.j : :.. .: I

At this remarkable: : sjnvtaclo: of n I, as Ia\a =Shepherds\ the sop-s! \ ,..r'Su'ius : "':: No H*-$9003. one of the best tam-a I

mayor pass'ng' : sentence! UIMHI a stone of MI >ov inthe ___ III:
V< cprinkle 1'lkhos .' ..... -- --- -'Ift' :.. homes on: '1 Ridgewood. furnished large
titter of langiitcr.Ooka /!
rod there was a winter with lava dint so that : I Icat
: lot, ,
thundered} in a voice of br.iss. they nii>' bare It when the !s..., rt..gins garage A,. I

"Who are ali tlieso pwiplo. standinz; days of MinuiHT:o arm- T-M j it's a New Book : No. '16 2.000 will:l buy a nice ::a {: { ,

about bore?" ho Inquire of his court j I It was: lava: duo tunuil to \mud\ 10I \' Souvenir Novelty, ': home; five rooms and bath: hot t

omC'ers.1'(' they acvunipll: of Jizo I torrents of niiii MH-Ii as n or only) plain thieves? They think till with olaul outbursts that nearly something in Stationery and Engrav'ngCALL : y lot. 141y

court Is a penny show, and they laugh; I 'J.CHHl jears: ago. destroyed the faiiiou.. 1- I

V, the court's orders. Shut all the pleasure city of Ilcivulaneuni. and it I No. 123-A bargain at $3,600, Pal sa ,

-fates at once.1"! I' was\ showers of to'caulr! : allies that ON OR WRITETheH.&W.B.DREWCO. :; metto avenue, 3 bedrooms, bath, completely ;; m

The scared attendants hastened to overwhelmed romji'Si. Ilenulaneuni: furnished, good condition. u a 'iHouses t

Jbut the pates of the courtroom. Then I still hits nearly:\ forty yards: from tin? exactly alike in satrie row ;

Mayor O-oka adjudged every man: in open ;air.There i i!i valued at 6500. : 1 1I I '

the great crowd in contempt of court are rivers of la\a mud that are I rs. t '

and( fined each of them one tan (a kimono blotting; out towns andWages; noW. -- "at A. 25 acres near city limits; 15 .:'"

length) of cotton cloth. The hun A curious point' has al\\a\s btn-n I I'I II .c.. acres fenced and in cultivation; 6- I

dreds thus suddenly found In contempt noticed when Yesmlus is in eruption, :. 45-49 W. Bay St. JacksonvilleAND I I room house and barns, $2,000. :, 1..
were' happy that their punishment hadbeen 'I and that H the strong;::: odor of waxhiu-4, : .y a ti

so light at least and under bonds day that bangs: :around the mountain.. 21! B. Lot on Ridgewood In Holly -: #

they hurried to their homes to brine! One might; wonder why the !soi-| I I Hill 150x309, $500. i

back the cloth fine. lU-fore the dayas of such a mountain are so thi. kly : YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND ,

done TOO pieces of cotton cloth opulated when there I is nlwajs danger i C. 15 acre hammock grove; trees 1
.
had been presented before the mayor's of eruptions and of I'alllwllt's: of I SATISFACTORILY.We ( : baringE

court, the name of each culprit being, 1:1"lIIul1.: Well the rea-on is that I' .... near railroad west of Kingston, $3,000 :

let down upon the one tan of cotton olanic soil Is always very fertil- '''' ... I

I cloth! which he presented.! Some of the best wine of Italy conies' for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin I D. PRACTICALLY NEW HOTEL :f t :t

Before he would allow the 700: to go. from V t-suianineyanl\ -. :and people( are Headquarters i FOR SALE; CENTRALLY LO- tmtcy '

however, O-oka retired with the }porter are ready to take the rUks.London China and Orangewood New and : CATED; WELL FURNISEHD; CAN :. -- 4*]

who had been robbed, to an inner American. SHOW PROFIT OF OVER $2,500 R::

chamber, and he asked! the porter to At the Rcsta _rA:1t: Exclusive Novelties. LAST SEASON. OWNERS WISH rAi' wu.ft ,, ) wwit

look over the 700: pieces of cotton "Pah wI:liter1: 1 II-( w l.g. ; tin! >"-n keepeggs :: TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS.,1 1
I Ias
cloth and see if he could identify any here ;" I : $13,000 ON EASY TERMS. < w
of them been once in the '-
as! having -Lippmi-otfs. -- --
"Until ate( c::.. f
Pack: be had earn"s-il. Since every -- - ---- --------- ----- ......................N..4 : E. Small cottage: on corner lot on ee[.
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'
/ tfacrurtr of cotton cloth in (' mnn-I ......................................... ::: Ridgewood; lot 100x150; fruit trees. : t J

ways marked the selvage of each New Excursion Steamer : well, $300 on easy terms. ,-, : r ,t tw


d With Porter a searched little red the'trat1t'innrk tries,, of the many I: \SOUTHLAND: TO THE PICTURESQUE TOMOKA CABIN j jIi .",. A.:' a !i. a t

trips of cloth for a stamp similar to 'at "
that borne on the cloth of whVb he I I : : = We have some very attractive river front property JJ* .

had been robbed. He found that: two i EXCURSIONS.The : :=: in. Port Orange that can be sold on reasonable terms 3ht. i

of the pieces of cloth brought; to pay I Ii DAILY I .. :_ .I : I 1 I
---- - 'M and at low
the of his ---- -
prices.
mayor's fine lore the I stamp w'y s
.ii.! vtIiiI
T..d..t" for LI1.:1": '- !iI"i i t' m rmcr r -
Plundered Instantly :Major BlIl1d :'o'r\"II' 1':1:I H'lard: qaratl') : w t-
pndi. \ lat' n"lt :t..r Llegant 1''npJto Round Trip, ...:
O-oka gave orders for the trn..t of the : : taIlt C"IIH'lIl1'tll't't, the I'lIpulLr: 1'rho't' lf $1.00 the :.-. .. I
\11 lotll'rn "
CO.MWMM two men who had brought. ; this loth. s. DAILY TIME SCHEDULE : : We have a general I insurance agency and : ; : l
They confessed' the robbery and all :, ''( "fjItridg '
to I't'ninu1lhid (". 0 tcok"I' :' a 11.
: Leaves ; -
of from the Daytona.W, : a. m.I ,; : insure almost everythingexcept :: I '
the cloth they had: taken t Leaves Prince ftcorcr!: hock, Leaves Ormond torrn.d: 'J J : \II can against '

sleeping: lotrh'r'S'pat'k was restored! to paxes Central: Bridge, Davtomi.s" : ::551m. (s-urge hook Daytona. 3:30: p- m "
Return to I'rIDl'e ---- frost and taxes. =
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accept good advice Is but! to Increase :. CHAS F. ..,..................... ........ .............................II .I/AI!J'IIIIIIIIIJJJJIJJ.I.IJII.IJIJIIJI.JII,1\, >ayy, u Jurrstu..w. JYYYYY> " " ,.,

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.ft f GENE TnmMCmSI "The Bike M ae." says: "Bike Lamps are WEST KNI"" CKNTRAI- RRlnGEEfuh. r
/ :; Palle U VSiUlOv/ll PHONE 142-2 RINGS.
necessary slier ni ht. I hare a few left at reduced price.

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:IF IT IS i ;, BARNES : Fair. '
ANYTHING IN Who Said : t a rRSETS +

; . : THE NOVELTY.MANs .:; : varlablj(
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. -.J|1 i- <4tnttnni'r\nil !+'l'ool "'+m-pll _. 4B
L i i : there are no Cranberries : Phonograph: *. 1'1.."In:i! Mm'liin; '.,. / "* * +
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TMH-wrtt'-r, *. t'rfM'k"r.\. Lila,-wnr'. i Glove
LINENSr Thompson's
: or Barrinpton Hall : .. t=Notion'utltrUphill. T.ifklTO.X. -, imU .. -Fitting Corsets.H. .

& W. Brasslers.e B
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: Coffee in town"e : BARNES i .
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.: that. you are looking for come to the Big St re.Ve .: :. Lave both. :. .. Will nloo frame your I'lctun. ... fls: : Misses Corset Waists and Ribbon Girdle for Bathing Sixth SeW

: have just what you want-every kind and price, e rand .. .. e: jour\ourLautptutd!S.iwi|"11.1 ot h..r Iinliifllii4.,TooNniitl) ..hnrp'n ivp-iir|: .. I You wil!: ;111,1.1', i oiup.fti'lni: > of I.Hli ," Rithni: : ;
Suitshos"
: our prices are right, too. : .r .. :. rlu.otany'thingth.tt In fuel for any want-out call of on whack .. ;a/llI"&I'-;& Al-o I Lad "' inul :Mliv .,' H'.I-mu.\t.; \ >I'r..,.... at



{ i.. The Peck Hendricks Co. I!.. ::. West SHEPPARD'S End of) Central GROCERY Bridler e:! :. THE BARNES NOVELTY MAN oe :. I The Chas. E. Gardiner Co. REE


: is i south B"II'bItr..t., : lIa% tOlla. .'1.1. U _

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1I OUR WHOLE TIME IS i iI : DAYTONA PRODUCE I ;
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111wi I With a complete shop and compe II : Specialty. ;

t I I 3; tent help satisfactory we can do work.the most ft, :. Phone Orders Promptly Filled. .1 r PRESMEM



'I DAYTONA GRAHAM! mam t O' I .. 1r

1 High-Class : J. W. Ball & Son

I Opposite the Yacht Club |i! : No, 237 North Beach St. 'Phone 55 1rer

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I THEATREVAUDEVILLE I I _
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Motion Pictures I WHEAT OPENS BUT MARKET LOWER RALLIES. W. M. SHAFFNER


CHICAGO. MarchVb:: at wasa Real Estate
I : and
fourth lower at the opening today,

.4. !b.:t later the market rallkd.! May Fire Insurances

utriiig quoted at b'JSc.; Pro\.is'o:.:: 122
South
: Beach StreetCHILDREN'S
TONIGHT
ONLY were firm with: May po.k quoted at I 1

$ 1;.30, lard $5'.tKi\ ; rite :4.30.: Hogs I -

I i were slow and 5c to lOc lower, while: i

Redpath's Napinees."Fun ; I cattle: were strong AT INIBESOLUTI
t Open Daily af2:30: ,

in a Schoolroom." !I EXCAVATING IS STARTED

: NESS' Snow EVERY HOUR :I FOR NEW ELKS CLUBHOUSE
BUTLER AND DORMAN exea\oat-I
Ground was broken in the
i
Blackface Singing and Dancing Comedians. I 10 111WILDEST II
: i ing for the new Elks home and cub:
I
R. P. Walters, of DeLamJ, was a Mrs: F. B. Wright I
RAGEDEL returned to, house at the corner of Volusia: and
; Da'tonJ.istor: Thursday. De Land EYES
I yesterday by way of N'ew !' Palmetto[ avenues Friday and the !
Original Flying Dutchman and 3 other acts Smyrna making the tr'p' to New- I Cannot: be too carefully safeguarded
I I Dr. W. work of building the homer
and Mrs C. Chowningwere new is
Smyrna by automobLt with he for they (have but one pair to lasts IN HIS
in the city from New Sm'rnatoday father, Col. C. M. Bingham. now actually under way. All mater- lifetime. If there are indication[

Prices 25c, 35c and SOc visiting{ friend. I :i tai has been ordered and the construction of anything wrong with your cWM'i ARE El

f work will be started as eyes bring him or her and I will Ct
**LOST-Card case with owner'scards. \XT-J-POgitiOn; as chauffeur.: FORTSCONTINJ
I j soon as the excavating has been fin them with Glasses to correct the
Licensed iu
:Miss Ida Sattler. also Pennsylvania. AddressP.
: -U nionvy. | >hed. It LJ expected the new building trouble. It medical treatment
I is necessary
O. Box 6..
= Reward. Return to Daily Xews. 7S-2t Daytona Beach: Fla.4.f 1
Li : I __ I 73-80 will be ready for occupancy by I will tell you so.
I i the first of June. I THE T/
__ Justice L. H. Ram and wife were t Dr.
- Neville H. Clark
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Why Have Your Jewels in the city from Port Orange this The pony owned by J. P. Stewart HUNTING PARTY BROUGHT ENOUGtBEFORE

morning, transacting some business. I of Fairview a avenue caused some ex-{{I I BACK BIG RATTLE SNAKE.. Optometrist

citeuient by bolting down Beach'
StolenWhen :FOR SALE Seven passenger' street Thursday morning.: The pony I'f William Kreitz(rg was out on L)1c for the Sign of the EYE.GREENGOODS WHEN

} Packard touring car. fully eiiuirped.i i| was attached to a phaeton and was another hunting expedition on the
;
we have tho.se good SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES for I r ADJOUI
rent by the
going north low price for cash. Call driven by :Mr.[ Stewart's daughter. [ DeLand: road the forepart of the f
month or the year. Come in and get one before it is too late for we know J I ,
51 !
| at Second Ave. i9 6Ci Misss Stewart
; was thrown
out not' PAYNE
not the day nor the hour wh,.n the thief cometh. Dtm't (forget the place.PEOPLE'S 1 far south of Second avenue, but ap- i;'! week, accompanied by II. A. ,Illter-I

man, of Brooklyn, X. Y.: who
y i **Two tickets to the Crystal theater I>ears to have escaped Jury. Tha I AND

____ will be presented Mrs. R. II. pony was stopped by Lester Hobin- I i lung his wife's parents, Mr. and I
STATE BANKDAYTONA BOARD
1 Lt'sesne it she will call at the Daily eon: in the vicinity of the North j I Mrs. John Kolle, on Second avenue I - -. ------ -_ -_---------- --

N I_ FLORIDA. News office before tomorrow night 1 canal. I I They secured a big turkey gobbler! I
I WASHII
1'rrsUli-iit M. I'. I.KI.AXD.: t'ait! |I'r. M. t:.r.litrEit I I and a number of jack snip and Mr. I We are carrying a complete dent Taftcession

I Vlc-I'rt."hl -lit-..O. H. MI";AM.1N, M. L. \VA <; =--tR.; Dargain, quick sale: 2\'z\ acres 6 ,1! The souvenirs given out at the, Kreitzberg killed a diamond back i ii 'I line of Green Lrroceries, including off
room cottage in '
city. Enquire Ed- Crystal theater" Thursday night
i I mondson & Donnelly or Chas. Kenney were i rattlesnake that measured: six feet I : The extra i
distributed at fo low:r: The firs* i ii 4.
Seabreeze. 6S-tf |' iu length and had ten rattltt. and a
i prize, a nut bowl to Miss Mayme'I :

II11iffliL ___ I I McKarson; second prize hand painted -j button. The skin U a handsome one II Golden Wax Beans U .
D. S. Simonds was a business;; vini- \SII1-
cup and saucer to Mrs. LaRue and is nearly twelve inches in width. I
tor [to Jacksonville Thur>'day. going this morn]
j I ;, Williams; third prize cut glass nt t,1 I II Mr. Kreitzberg had a cltse call Green Beans
up to the metropol' in the morn- represent:
I LOCALSDPERSONALS I to Mrs. Otto II. Wehner fourth j to being; bitten by the ratt'er. He had "
j ing and returning by the evening: j still mshl
prize >U"er colosne. to C.t.. ItenI -j taken a shot at a rabbit and was CucumbersCauliflower
train.! i them wo:
fYEd I iI I i nett. The second prize was from peering into a hoe! in which he orlit' Jolj
I '
/ s ZJU I L. II. Rowe & Co.. and the others thought it had d': appeared, when a JounimemlAfter

T. B. ualker. Florida passenger- 'Remember I uI.OST-Ou beach about :::0 I, were provided by the theater! managetneitt. I! slight noise attracted: hia attention
we keep i ip
everything a1
I agent for the Loui...\'IUtXtsh'il'e ladies' and gent's wearing apparei !, ladies Thursday cloak.afternoon.Please a long black i, and looking down he discovered: the Tomatoes the house

Ry., is a Daytona: : v':si'or.Jlot : at the Bee 1Ii leave atChurch's -- snake coiling for a strike and within -
,
\e North Beach .ne
I : St. :C7t: drug tore and reward. I rept
I get OLD FASHIONED CANDY easy reaching distance of here PeppersThey
tiIO
-- -- two
-- i ij
-
Mrs. E. X. ;
JELK. 7>2tMr. !
baths, Hooper's Barber! Shop. _t. J. IluU-hlnsu-n; and his grandson,I' j PULLING AT KINGSTON 'I' he was standing. He quickly vacated

Andrew II. [. arrived the dangerous portion and ds. v ukof
"". 1)) -on from South and MrsJ.. K. Hill of Iletxler-l! About fifty of 1)t."Oplt,1 I'
Stark tnnellng passengeragent : Norwalk Conn., the the'week the y dung 'patched; the rattler wth': a shirt from are Always Fresh. I to ,
for thetbntk Coast Line, forepart of M>nvillf, \. ('.. who have been 'II 'of Kingston and i I lte! : gUlL I 40f
and are located in .Mr.[ Hutchilium's vicinity enjoyed an I Pll (1Cmen.
-j spending the season in this 1 left :
Ii.
was greeting Daytona friends Thud trity j' f
'. cottase on North Palmetto today for Miami[ where ttw.LI I old fashioned "candy IJu1iI! !):" at the i. aut1, |

avenue. They expect to remain here Ii home of Mr- and Alr + o.+ tt t
-- -- spend I some time. They mil stc'p' for i!' '; VileMt't.: : ; NHH..eNOG..ee

FOR S.\I Ten-room house centrally until sometime iu April Andrew II.! aw bile at New Smyrna on their return -:,''on Alain street Kiiiu-! :.o.i, Lyon U a son of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Fnd'S. :' : I Beautiful I ; ID I,
located for a hotel; vi'l: sell on and alt-o with their daughter in enmg u.lt'l'k .,
Lyon, well known to many Daytoniai STORAGE CO. fl. :, .,
easy terms to suit buyer. Addrtftsli. St. Augustine and in> Jack-onvHle'[ before
I :>. The young Ulan hoWej a i Gautta; of \au j.- kr.ilwe: .e !1''Y'! d I Home Sites p. <"o
this office 77-3t I rt-turniiis Hj > Iletxlersonc'i'k! II I I .
posit.on; oit the rt'1+rtral: staff of, I| and excellent. UlUs.,. Jitnslutl I I ;\ .R. D. JOHNSON, Mgr, ,

'+ the Evening Sentinel of South -or- I ''i i'M me of the 2 : : i' ',- ,.. .. :. .,,. ,. : \. .'"
i ). it Edna'inn 'y's bicycle, walk, but contracted a heavy cold-i j Seveu) passenger; car to let and ; >"nuif: :; :'aiiiadd d t': d'.1. Ir.t'rI'.i l ,I.nr,: |lor I', I

which. was taken from the porch of and Mr. Hutchinson ; automobiles: stored at reasonable i the ext'ii.ngS {pleavi-1: : rh- lttll' !:, S ' :'. !', ,': mil. 'U':low .. ,' 'i -
f insisted UI'11| j rates. SARATOGA 'I 1-. r-, , ,. ., , -
IXX r
the Glenn GAUAGE.
on North Beach street 'eta tit! ? ? I'
over
s :n> G.tia; d had i-.'.d..
\ coining : tin :
th\i> to Florida: with him :.n
a **',& a'a reco eed: bj- ht'r'the j+ benefit of the charge! and milder for: 1\ one 112. tf the pulling! of the candy and ah \\. ;,.' |5 -\. I'll-.V --I'I .",,1' ",'.,.I l.i.\: . I I.'> '.i,I'M..,, ''Don't I You IIr
Wednesdax' ---- iI
evening through an ad- 11.mate.: i i1
I verlUsrn.t: lit iu the Daily Newts. A.MrNuti .. t r.V.. R. Rogers and family and lush to quit the pleasures! I.'I" :.li. truing 5 IT WILL PAY YOU r ,
- the TO 'J"fJ
I \ found the \\ht'l'Il"in front of doctor's parents .Mr. and Mrs. until the latentit ::11.! Lu.r< :
his residence in Seabreeze severaldays i i *Fifty thousand $ in the Ga:''I. K. Rogers and Mrs.[ Itoges'pa: 't+'JIUt'Ut'd. -- : VESTIGATE. IN-t! i ,N I Ia I/ ,

t t ago; and no owner appearing to i zette-News Great Popularity Conte ;tare rents Mr. and Mrs. James Cillie. :; i ....0OM.... "........ : Dare Go tit
{ to be given this week !, who had 1' (1.i' S''
away
claim it advertised it in the Daily to flied ore: of Mrs. M. .!.J.I I ------ -
I News with the above reult. the contestant securing the nio t I i I llohues' cottage* on Third avenue, 1 i i ii i iI r. ."
votes during the week ending and .
L expected to remain
---- here for
Cboiee. fancy oranges for salebyto SHh. Be sure and subscribe 11arch'I' several weeks left for their home* xt; j i ii in

'' v. $!. at Big Tree grove j I your favorite to secure a good lead the forepart: of the week but expevt -
in the raev for the $1-.11: !
piino whichi to return to
i;;.frUu-H Daytona nt.'U'in-
I! i oftered athe urand prize iu theChamois ter and spend: tome tune here.
Dr.l I
"Oll{. ;::1 :.t Rogers I
Mr.[ and Mrs. H. II. WheeUtn-k of was called home Saturday.' t.tt\I l+ti BATHING

+ Ne'.v' York State. arrived in the - .- --- -. ----- ---- attend some important surgical: : t-as-I: I
j I es and the balance of the "4
city Thursday afternoon and are Ucatcd > party followed Fresl

a I at the Edmund :Miller apart-1: ; the next day. M< *rs. Rogers I Without

I meta house, corner of Cedar stre.'t'II i are from Bristol X'a, and .Mr. and a

aiM Palmetto a\euue. Mr. and Mr- I j Mr Gillie from Rtwerstilk.! Teim.For I
I 2!
Wbcellock came here from St. I'.'t-{ -
I et&burg, where they have been !ol'> sale at a bargain Ten room i ) t) ra Life GuardOnly
I house at 621:: So. Ridge.'ood. lot loo'' ''
tho pact two mouths or more, l-u* Skinsall
i i! did not like it and decided to con':' front 160 deep plenty of shade : on S;
:): 1 trees: all improxemems. e'ectri-' I! I 'Q t q ,
here Sizes.
a they were familiar with 1'a- Forsale I x 50 Cents
light: : tty: water -.
1 i>;<
E\'l.'rthin
tona, ha'int'l ited this: city vo'iit!!: l i, 4r
I! at in: gooj rt."iUr.dJr.t'5: box '
: OO
i three or four seats ago; at \\"h.,11!i I |
ti'i
if r' time they were with Mr. and MrMSler. [ > Young's I I ,
i Pharmacy ft J" P O ft buys a furnished Beach HANK
| ... .. THE FOSTER CO.
; \II.< ' "> .- ,,1\ ," A D rl 11 11 street residence. 8 rooms''
'D1J C Henuan.: CKtt t+path.'OI '1M _IV '. :\l)!.- M) Ie. .. !l|t", ._. ,,,. !1\\\, UUUUU and bath; modern ]
I f Vbli.-'i: : Av lUytoii l 1' > I r: i i' t I' j i i \ :N ,i. .. . ,. j I provemenfs' lot 50 1 im1 The Redpath hiai in Fun \\ her
'1 } l' : i. ::< ::.e 40. tf 111'-1"\4; : ::1 I,;'I'I t ress A. B., care Daily by Newi.about 290 feet. AJ- ,i anew: in a School l Rooi.: ... :1.ll} was Theatre -
l I'f .
tonight. ,, \ :
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