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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 4, 1911
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00232
Source Institution: University of Florida
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C JH 40tDa"" )1 ..'- +.* THE WEATHER IN FLORIDA. +* TH DAYTONA DAILY I NE-W.S%%" :+ Today LOW TICE. . .ON. THE. . .BEACH. 3:49 I


+ Fair tonight.' and Sunday. Light *+ + Tomorrow . . . . . 4:35:

11 11f f jt. variable windt. + ++ Monday . . . . . . 5:27Published :

+ ++ + + + F + + + + + + + + + + ..
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+ + \ Every Evening Except Sunday Daring: December. January, February and March at the Prettiest VI inter Resort in Florida.

f tt ng Corsets. -

1 1seers. 'I i DAYTONA FLORIDA SATURDAY MARCH 4 1911 15 Cents per WeiR
i I f Sixth Season:-No. 80 ,

)on Girdle for Bathing : t


,- nathinsj: P,ult.. "Khoes' I j RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT Havana Smokers
It' ilv-laudr I'rea H. WRIGHT DR.BOft "O 'SHOSPIHLindS IHRIM[ School Supplies, Stationery and
MSUtirdiner :: :: Books
i I ; First Avenue Daytona. FU. PRICESDurxMltion Only first quality well cured tobacco -
: : Painting Twt-nt.v--.ix liinjf.:: nirv room. *. n.way used.
WALLACES'W.II furnUh"! and ntt.l throughout with I toTrt-nt You. RI,nt. GEO. H. CLARK i1MEXTRA
Co. Paper Hanging . ,
I : hospltnlconv.-nl-iii-r-s. Thorough:; !.>'t { B- Your w 1.r Vet Cave, Manufacturer
[ Decorating 1 Icryutpp.doprratlnurooatoaieeond Waterman Fountain Pens, News-
-------I IONll11i0 II 219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Phone floor iHi tor term C.!*C.iuM-BOHANNON."** M.D. L. H. ROWE & CO. Papers and Periodicals _Daytona_Florida._

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IYTONA Headquarters PRODUCE 1 for HOUSE' .A:! SESSION Of CONGRESS IS CALLED. I1I:



11 Kinds of Fres/i/ Veg- = I ';
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I Poultry S l?ecialty.and Eggs a :=.. :t PRESIDENT TAFT ISSUES THE I fORMAL ORDER THIS AfTERNOON; SENATOR BAILEY RESIGNS; I II


ne Orders Promptly Filled. : .

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W. Ball & Son .! \ WILD SCENES ENACTED IN HOUSE DURING THE CLOSING UOURS. -------------- t tI


., 237 North Beach St. 'Phone 55 : ; DEMOCRATS PLEAD IS VAIN
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.....................: WATCH PRIZECAPTURED

M. SHAFFNER MEMBERS 1 OF BOTH HOUSES TEXAS MAN I 1 BOUND TO QUIT. I



[Real Estate and .! WORK ALL THROUGH NIGUT..P T.PANDMON111 T. SOMETHING CLASSYIn BY I PRESENTS PRESIDENT RESIGNATION AND MAILS TO COPY VICE I, I!1


[Fire Insurance !
MISS ROTZIEN.iSTILL OF WITHDRAWAL TO GOVERNOR -

122 South Beach StreetILDREN'S It is certain now the Canadian. reciprocity I 1 1l
1 BREAKS tAOS[ { OF TEXAS.IVASIIINGTON.
agreement can not reach ) Bread Mixers. I

a vote and the reapportionment Mil I II March Se-iator

AT T INTERVALS IN THE" "HOUSE. has also been laid over. I I LEADS IN l CONTEST I .Joseph Bailey of Texas today resigned

President i Taft arrived at the capitol from the United S'eat's sear

at 10 o'clock tlrs; forenoon and GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE CO. WITH" HISS GIT1ENS NEXT. ate.
.RfSOLUTIONS Of T"ANKS" is waiting to sign the bills as they I Senator Bailey exprttNSj his din-

are completed and sent- in for the gust at the conduct of Senator Owen
"If You Do:1 Trade With Us We Both Lose Mosey :

t ? 3yt/ TO HEADS" OF BOTH HOUSES. I president's The tariff signature.board bill as it passedthe : i STRUGGLE FOR VOTES IS GROW of Oklahoma.The democrats. pleaded with Senator -

senate provides that the members I ING MORE INTERESTING CONTESTANTS Bailey to retain. his: seat but

EYES I of that body must be confirmed the Texas man remained firm and
( WILDEST SCENES EVER KNOWNIN PAYS $$10 AND COSTSCOLORED LADIES' READING CIRCLEENTERTAINS ARE ALL WORKING ..
by the senate.The \ refused,; to reconsider: his determination -
t be too carefully safeguarded house had a long house. He
HOUSE Tipper I to leave the upper
ley (have but one pair to last HISTORY OF THE wrangle over the New Mexico statehood Ai WORKS OK STREET. l AT DINNER I HARD. Presented his resignation to Vice

lime I (f there are Indications ARE ENACTED DURING EFFORTS -i bill and a demand: by Senator I Ii I At the regular count of votes whist President Sherman and will mail a

[thing wrong with your chlld'a |'Owen that the Arizona stat .lhood bill II I I was made by Mewirs.I G. B. Young' D copy of h6! withdrawal to the: governor -
I ring him or her and I will fit OF THE DEMOCRATS TO the time was RESIDENT OF WAY- MEMBERS AND GUESTS ENJOY /A
i be voted on at same S. Simonds, Lewis Adler and A. 1'. of Texao.
the
I with Glasses to correct i
roth bills were lost I
AGAINST; finally secured.
If medical treatment is neeI CONTINUE STRUGGLE CROSS IS NOW PAYING FOR PLEASANT EVENING AT THE Gore it was found that Miss Marjorie -
45;; and this action I
by a vote of 3i:; to .
will ten you so. THE TAFT MEASURES LONG prevent the admiss'onof: both states FUN OF HEARING THE NOISE HOME OF MRS. L. O. RAWSOr Rotzien Is the' winner of the 3
SIX DIE
.to the. Union. special prize gold watch, which was
Neville H. Clark ; ENOUGH TO PREVENT ACTION back to OF THE SHOTS. ON SOUTH> BEACH STREET. I \
clock sat
At 11:25: the was offered to the contestant who secured .Y

Optometristfor f BEFORE NOON, THE TIME SET 11:05 as usual and the joint resolution For (shooting a revolver just to The LadKti' Reading Circle enter,I the most votes before Thursday !
for a commission: to investigate o'clock: dinner the "
CUffoid: Ho an, cc- tamed at 6 at During the past t: IN BLAZE- d
CONGRESS MUST hear the noise ? : March 2nd.
61st
the 'Sign of the EYE.GOODS WHEN second class mail matter was adopted I _
.. ... ,.... I the mayor'scturt home of Mrs. L. O. Rawson on South
..4tay.i., ortxl, was brought into ; .lill1i'otl"i. :
while the service bill adding $45.-;; j week Miss I Rotzien ?evured V12.
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.ADJOURN REPRESENTATIVEPAYNE chargeof Ueaeh t t.Friday( : in honor of Mrs
mornin a
Saturday on
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000,000 to, the pentiir/n roll was f'li- within the !: T. T. Marsh: of Cast Lee :\\1 a.--ti., who' which added to her standing:: 1

FINALLY CAPITULATES; buttered to deal h. city discharging limits: and was firearms dressed: a fine: with: hear titer Mr*. Chaffee, i is! of IS'i.' .H"! vot s last week gives hei I IN TEXAS. ''LI

AND WITHDRAWS TARIFF I After vigorous complaint of the of $10 and costs and sentenced to spending the season: as usual aa Daytona ; a total of 441,,21.: ::; votes up. to Thure
EEN{ of Vice President ftlurinaii -
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treutmeiit Ceach. lni. Chaffee and :Mra\ >
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I serve !" days oa the streets. The day March :.
BOARD BILL.WASHINGTON. I II by Senator Core, rtMolutlorswere anthe : C. Lockwood/ of Cleveland, Ohic,
--- -= I I i adopted thanking the vice president : fine and costs: were paid : circle for Miss Ilotzien may secure heprize TOO ARE fATALLY INJURED }
---=--:-==- _ I sentence on the streets was begun were also guests of the I ;
i for his fairness in presidingover I the evening. by calling at thus otf t.'eA.'here _____
4 President S.1turdamoruill .
March ;;
the! senate. The senate then ,.. The I"tHQiwere beautifully: decorated she will be given. an order on L. H.
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|vre are carrying a completeof Taft issued a call for an extra adjourned.j Hogan lives Waycrows" and created I UNABLE TO ESCAPE( fLA US.I .
this afternoon\ considerable excitement in the i with a profusion of tuagnifi Howe( & company, the well known
Green Groceries: in. session of congress burin the ec.s:>ion of the house to- ,
color scheme of
and
cent roses a whom the watch was
session will convene April negro suburb when he bean; amusing jewelers from d
The extra he
l ling : day the most!; exciting scenes in I carried through decoration: I
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himself: a few night ago by firing pink was purchased.Miss FRITZ STORE AND ADJOINING yg'
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history of the lower house! of con- The card 1
and refreshments. place
his revolver just to hear it crack. i ; Florence GUeeiw: was'ery I
Beans gre.c were enacted athe da."lUocratst'LHbu..ltn W. G. Mungeon; wa> fund $:; and contained witty descriptions of thosiprtt close up in the race having. secured27v. : ( BUILDINGS IN CENTER, TEXAS
olden Wax WASHINGTON,. March 4-Dawn d agaii st the tariff tom '
: andrepresentatives costs by Mayor Titus; for dumping ;ent and the souenir..t'bTt> pink :! . votes during the week, I ARE DESTROYED BY FLAMES
this morning found the senators mission bil'l.s I heart shaped boxes of candy. The' total of ...at-
garbage in the pubk: stre tA The w hit-b now gives her a
Green Beans worn out and sleepy,, At timeti the house was a iMjrfe l ,
man was i-hurced with: dumping a e'eningA.as most delightfully spec 1.61'otl.s.: j or only 7,&>:, votes behimlMi. TODAY.
still rushing through the work before Bedlam, but at 11:51:;; H ?Pft'Sentain'l: in all .
r load of garbage in the edge: of Magnolia respects.RAILROAD: i ? Ilotzien. .
CucumbersCauliflower them, working toward a completion Payne c.t.iulateil and withdrew tote I HOUSTON. Texas. March -Mrs.Lock. :
of the railroad Miss i Holt McCorkle comes thi-rtl
of the job in time for the final adjournment tariff board bill. The filibuster had avenue west : SAFE BLOWN; I William booth. \\ m..uuluL: l
track and was order. d by the courtto : with .a"O:: : t'ii. '
at nooi>f. : BURGLARS GET $1,000 la, John Davis Woudson and J. I.
v\oi out. t
the sarbage and tike it to The following is i the complete
remove
After an all night session at dawn Tumultuous d.-HKH-ratic i applause!: : ; 'rawford were billed and Marion Da- r'.i
1la..h'ra'kslUt'n& I
CHICAGO. tuThursday. I
nnn.d. I standing of all coutstauL up
the confer demanded on[ the public diuupiim I 'i and Kirk Martin were fatally in- i I
\ tI
Tomatoes the house agreed to pa.* when a roll call was I.. OeSLlva ;appear-d: bftWtli! -' early: > today b-w! the safe in tb< ,. March 2: '

ence report on the natal appropriation the general deficiency bill brought on court on a cli.init'. <'f r tit Normal Park station of the Chicago< Marjorie Kotzien . . . . -II.2Id: I lured in a fire which destroy t' jK'Kz

Peppers bill. Speaker: Cannon, who had fresh palldl moniul1l. The: membeis! vxitlu-ut .L '..-I': I!' : :: at midnight: for a few themselves hoars, whileSpeaker ( ... I eater, in Shelby couuty today. The ,:, I I tax,,
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c'.i.pcd.way:: yelled I t'.Ipt-J with S' .'''''' Hok McCorkk- .U: %,:>7.::-I f
wiiiks of sleep, re-sumtd the chair at ('anuulI.hile with all t'r.1 i $1 and i > - .: ,! :weep of i liethuitf.s v\.s m raped + t I I ,
: . Marsir; itrokaw . . . 4j: ::..7MiM'uu : .
Always Fresh.DAYTONA 5:30 clock this tiorning. vigorously pounded with his: gavel iu ,: th.. u.1 upuifiiH[ !: of t h. liii.MiiiKs! didi 1t t yy
ey are : :: FolliCz . . . . . ":::1.1'-' :; I 'if
the senate amendment : effort to restore order. ,'. hilt-, :IJI" to "-:'("'l"t:
The house sent a fruitless' : Roberto! ; Hobs! . . . . . .J:7.-:: :,
r
authorizing a commission! ; to investigate .lust betore the adjournment 1'hf
second class mail matter,, house formally:! adopted a resolu 'oii F.tlt.-l.! Holtst 0:. . . . '., ''." -' < JUDGE BEGS IS DEAD: I

back to (' conference and adjournedfrom offered by Champ Clark thanking:; :h< IHMMVthii.,I..... . - - - : I ', WELL KNOWN LAWYER.

C elk to 7:1"-: 1 When the- retiring speaker and wishing li.a i, Maiant: Sii\, "!il- . . I .. I I I''I. (t-.t.: : .- moT" than I 11 xi .

LD STORAGE CO. house was again cal ed to order it long life: and prosperity.: The hth.. fittest: M
passed:; the sundry civil appropriations then adjtnlrntd.AN ---- -" v. : !i .r..! .! -I.t tI l .-.I. last. ti tiI.u

JOHNSON Mgr.tiff bill which provides $:;,OtM.Wt tl -- RACE ,-; I oj '.' ..' :, . .. ,:I It: la: d.. ;wd
I D. TO
SOl) [ B.\.T1\ \G LOCAL AUTO .
for fortification ol the Panama canal UNFOUNDED RUMOR; ,,-. :. .' !.t. ;. ..' that

and $ uu.uuu for a tariff board. TOWN. WITH AVIATOR McCURDY :" I'' .' \i .: ': I I I:. ..:_... ',\ L' :;.
MR. HANKINS STILL IN \Vh\-l 1 IK-.i.--; -v.i t > . <:- : I I.. ir I:' i. Ii y.I. I;' pa.--, !! Iw.k for!' ,. ., .1 .. G I k'ti
The senate reject the conferencereport U.; \\ I) -j.i.l: 1 u..l: / "i t a-- i ,! 1.1' In.-: 'udy of

on the general deficiency biiland & "-1 hv i-umo- ::0 th e.i'e.: t that \V.Maxwi1 klii-vvs' thaii'! ; '- vul,I!: Mui t h- !10. ,\\1' - Ill'.!It t.1-.111.1.1-. ii. Kak.-i: > .J';; XV.-i.:. a .1" a-:.>. 'I1 ii.. v i L '1',0', ".: ..: \1 \ii.d.v St. t t ; .s

tieasUm at llaiikiis: I... left town to :, : -hepurchaMs. \.-\.-r d.."tr.y a r./m.i'd hOCk, ::. K,.r gg"
You adjourned Friday's: : + lute sati,- !tar'i'i M \'n'rY:1 !li ; Xv'.ii'r.r:: : M< C Curtly: ::. !1-, ::1 JI'-M! O' .11i (I'l.tir! :: Abrtii.r; > I V M- .1-0: 'I
7:50: o'clock this morning. '''avoid the result of the Ur.a<-li t-t' lii'Oi. 1.: t liiiiit I i If you should lustaiie, the bank wil.requite . HOI'J'l: i >. .II! |Inc| ll.- !i" ;| ..11I"'iI" + 11
Our .
are >
I .. M'i< i..ilii
[ sive bond f b.-tor! *. '.:. -.! :i. h : \I.i: ;i 1: 'i. I
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During the session the senate trial at the Auditorium of y ; '-: .1.,1'. | \\ th \\ K; "I'.i.in. r ;ati.i. It
promise and our values" are full IIHI! t her j ct-iit. I.ik-- . L'M- ':.-'. ...' .t.11l I Il .
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bill by > l- I
passed: the tariff commission the high school building, oa Mondayev'euing issuing a duplicate.Do III : -| K.'i : : \01-:; : ;1j. > -u
Go a vote of r.t to :::3- and the bill immediately 1 March 6th. is unfounded.Mr. I values i >ne trial will convince you.CONRAD not iiitrodiKe a person to the tt! tli-, 11.1'.J i '! ! i! (1( .!!'id, ..11'I i'ul---!: ..I! t Hi--l' < : n.I: .:.... i ..!.1'f.:: I I' 1
are Ii
went to lie house: where a Hankins ic; in the best of bank to open an account unless you I and p"i i"- \111. hate timed thbru: ''JraiiL'ininiy.: : ;
filibuster against it de'oolll"tlf1A. I health and spirits and proposes. to1I i' I v-i > !i.ij- ;' \V--li-U! iii trvoi.t burs'* == t :I ;
well mid know hilll'to I -
know the
I be on deck every moment of the I persou "I "I'.d
j trial and will make it exceedingly Lnteresting : be reliable. i .111 lll.lk'V, !III "SHI ll'TTll, : .tli'l W II [ CHUR-C-II Druggist:
inTHING draw balance d"W tt .. ..... f / rYHO1E ;
for the plaintiff and, her attorney i :Never your ..: ', ::10. .1 .1."; .1 :' 111 '\ :': : OX '' 7 J7 f fJV
Mat achusett*. I such a small aiuount as: to cause the ------ \y'l Beach Jt' eel j jI' 1
., .1 from
1 teller to mak>- lU'luirl.; s "f v.j.. Daytona, Fior.Ja. tL !
It should not be forgotten ttbat th.sis I! paying .NN........0......SOON.OO1 l.1. ';: S7JMeet I
a Mock Court Trial under the auspices GROCERY the bixvkki;- r : /r- 31tlut: !: } ro,,a/-"vn>

of the Civic department: of tii- !' : DAM D STOCK 1ARKET REPORT : I :

Fresh Palmetto Club, and that every UlII-< .. .000NNOO.........NOI me at Church Soda .I f, \ ;,mssFountain '
Shipment 01 went of the two hour and more ul:!l a'' fyh .
funr, COMPANY \. ,,: \\ 'I'' .:: I,. ": ; ... 1"- for a ,. ;" i
Without ai.d
a be exciting, instructive : ; r. h \ ..
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.- 29c. Candy: vokhig. I II I .",,'-I 1 j t. ,: .-'. .\ .t.. f glass : I

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fe. GuardfOSTER I PROMINENT MAN HERE PHONE 6' : _' .'1', ,, ". 1.- )."" .. I I, :\\i'' It

PRINCE GEORGE GUEST. '. MOXIEThe \ I
on Sale Today and Daytona Lodge MERCHANTSBANK , \
Edmund! 1 K: Dayton, of A,l ln!>: No. 1141 I . ... -

Only 50 Cents Tomorrow. ; Park New Jersey, accoiupuiiied: : t III> \ t
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his nephew. H. S. Lonstra.e;, :L... -t r B. P. 0. E. \ :.., !...\ .. : first tUlle this delightful ,
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: :':Ut6t: at the Prince Geore".r.! ::. l Lt.1> 1 Meets Every Tuesday \I,- t' and heal.thrul beverage :' ,

HANKINS, The Druggist, I u'uUs t.'a"ll1l'l" and d i'n4': 't:: A- f' [vcnin:. ViiitiaJ McBRIDE., President ..' t
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CO. AT TILE. I'l.AfK' bury Pa:k'? Lading!; bank.: r.:...1 -rutt t-r t ttli .t 1J o { Members! Invited., L. R. J B CONRAD, Vice PresidentF :'jo" has been sold :1:1: l lti. >

Where Voluvia.Meets\ Beach ,. ,..! ,j I : ,.. '. .::'-' .: Yr .; Geo.T E Fitzgerald F. Crouch! Sec.'w' N, CONRAD. Cashier \. , ., '1I
K J NIVER. Asst Cas I i

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Iliji r-I ." 4fr'//-4/' GEO.Dealer WRAYI is-: T DELAND, THE ATHENS: OF FLORIDA 1] ';fi.


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PIANOS aadPLA DELAND thc county seat of .
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YEit PIANOS VOLUSIA -- -- Volnsia County, STETSQS .

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: Coacerl Tuaer is situated 23 miles southwest of

/A&F2 PIANOS FOR RENT 1 COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the latter IIVERSIiy
;
city by an excelcnt! hardsurfaceroad
BANK

ti:: : / HELAND, FLA. recently constructed. Four Technical DELAND'ollt-gl', FLA.and a

I At DeLand is located the John B. E'jUlpment I4CbOOI.

_-:: Seeds, Beads at $100,000Surplus Stetson University one of the leading log nearly 1410,0(0.C08t( )
---c Capital Endowment
i1" -= .. I=JOOXQ.(
: -...:. :..- ::;;--- WOM ,N'S $50,000A. educational institutions of the Faculty 01 411 Professors .:
Pkoie 77 for - -L _- and In-
- EXCHANGE South. Because of the interest in structors.
f'hrtltttan
ICECREAM T- :-'-_ -. liourd 1111.1, Ba Clnd D. MrBRIDB, matters educational DeLand is knownas I but non tartan'T"u'hlng. Mr and
: =. .....t.I ( haln... Bar- I'-si.li-iit -
lm ..yqu" uy. : ---u ::11111..1111.11)1'11", '" r ., "The Athens of F1orii." For nddr""s tnformat1on, joicSng inborn

MILLS'European . ; : -. :- -- :.;: .:. h"'n on a IIl J. lLt'ONItAD vVicFr'Sident. Stetson University haf a faculty of Lincoln: Huller, Frid:I

-i-- T 49 ;' 50 and instructors. There Ph.D. LIte. child areweighed (j
= R. A. W(M>1 1), professors D.:

.Restaurant ..' -u.r.q.--o: :;;,. 4.,;.,.,--, t.rf'L.. Jr, ...r- 'my_ >., "..:.":..:_ ..__'l; ;-__-_.:..- "''L."J >.-" C'ushl'T.DREKA'S. are over $400,000 in buildings and LL lIld n.is ., 5
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I I equipment; nearly $300,000 endowment -

...... .iui.g.i.i..u.si.. I By L. C. DEMAREE. Tact must be apparent to the mostt'uperfnial ;'a Carnegie Library alone rep *Ph-.nie

obser't'T'Vlth such lavish W. big and pr
One of Daytona's crowning glories resenting an investment in building PfRKINS |
SHOES AND FIIRIIISmil6SH weilth of natural it became -
is her incomparable beach. NoI BUSINESS ANDPROFESSIONAL i beauty DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than Mrs An I
hand of
fox the
: Pays to Trade atPeck's I I one who haj ever set foot upon its an easy thing STORE 120000. The library is the United visiting
I the finishing touches Attorney andCounsellor
I n-=1o'Il to give
smooth racked sands; no one whoever States Government depository for the !
Hi and
ley
::: Bargain House : I ADVERTISEMENTS0I0I0I0I0I0B0B0B030B0I0B0 I Which have wrought out the colors I
pedaled a bicycle< over its ex- EVERYTlIING1 State of Florida, and contains over past twoternoon
: 112 South Beach Street. 1,3.isisi.isa.i.i.i.i.isis and outlines of the big picture.
TO EAT at Law
:: no one who ever drove a 15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one
.......................... pans praneias; pair of horses and listen _" .J I Man did: dl this in thelay tug out TO TO WEAR USE' of the newest of 16 buildings, with on]

ed to Ute popping of their steel shoes of: the streets with tb--ir wide marginsof =1 its furnishings, represents an outlayof I 5WANTgage.

2 UNO WAH-CH1NESE LAUNDRY 5 upon its asphaltum-like race; no one S. U i parkage. The entire city becomes Heading Room, $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of Will Praetloe andFederal InState AdiArthur

, 2 S. *Dr8BHhlrtg 11 NO. RKXCH: ST.lNJiht:.! II'( YTOS"Hhim A. FLA.10.B who ever steered a high-power automobile : E. S. HALL 2 I c.: grp.-t park with driveways inter- Elevator !tserviC'ltest -j the most beautiful: college buildingsin

Whit Hhlrts lii'XVooU-n, Shirts! in down the broad stretch of U S ,: Eiftiing. miles; :: upon miles! of driveways ) Room the South. CQQrbJ'lF.LA.'iD jj;
Check hh'irts ;I'iid.rIi1rtsNew s Z. -. ii
Architect and Builder .o good to attract motorists visiting
sand : > as
Hhlrts drawers, K wave-washed and surf-packed .The city has a population of about
HhtrtBCOllarntt. 13ol({'kM..r pair :8 ZZ : from all over the continent.And G. A. DREKA & CO. J. Morgan]
but realized that it Js world beater .
a
3 7 No. Palmetto\' Av : ? 3,500, .with a thickly settled country
Collars oM'uffs 24i!? Humlk rchU-fs : KLANl I>, Jo'L\ FLA. North ltd
2 Ledleol clth! at corresponding! price 2 a world-wonder. Go stand upon : DAYTONA. FLORIDA. 1U as for the pavements, pavements adjacent. DeLand proper is five

w vi.i.isu.i.i.i.uisisisisr tnis wile speedway and the happy : that! look and like granite'where Fnd.: y onTlie
see act
.....E.isiusioioasisisISIISUS1SISIIISISISIIIIUIIII miles east of the St. Johns River, on

r .......<.................. souls flit by in Joyous mood and ---- -- - -'' Use between the eastern VolusiajtatyAbstract the. high. rolling pine land of the WRIGHTINSURANCE C

ianswcr whether this is not one of and "l.t.'f'Il: seas are so many nuk's great "Orange Ridge" of Florida.
C. THOMPSON, Agt. : I i per s pcj
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the seven modern wonders. S Ug J in (proportion to inhabitants? Thepaveuio'it : ; .The "predoD inatin products are Ma'-n 4
: LAMB ENGINES 1 W. C. CHOWNING M. D. Si
I stands with
question : and the estimatedcrop
S The Placid, Pellucid Halifax/ River. j oranges grapefruit,
HUPMOUILES[ II I street aone of the chief -. \ tht'i Bert Fish,"Prsldent(2ary AGENCYDeLand ,
: General Medicine and i II. Lt4in b. Hw- from this vicinity being over :%iu-s Jail
: De.oatratioa Given at Time. Where think ;you is water with more
Any
OPHONK Obstetrics 1U cards. Till some unheard of place r..tur.ulld_ :Treas. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes, Ill.) aUa.l : W : picturesque= :: surroundings? Nearly a _
and better
Office Hours: 1:10: >to 3111.:: ) 7 toN!
.._.._.._..._.._.._._.._.._.._.._.._.. mile wide fringed with tropical vegetation : Over Kodak Place. "Phone 39. : chrowb down the gauntlet! to the Abstracts ed and Famish Titles plums, pecans pears, guavas, strawberriesand Florida the .- v
I
.......0.................. artistic cottages with roomyverandas ; SISISISISlSISlSIIUSISISISISIIISISISISISlSISISIUSIOI world. other fruits are grown in plenty.In luau t> roJ

i : looking out upon her bosom Birds and Fruit. Perfected uarrl
JACOB ESPEDAHL : -- : Squirrels Flowers, the of public improvementsare J l>
way
gamey ood fishes in couutless numbers WhfttcV'T one's andtowe.r ; and Insured OLDESTLARGEST
: Contractor and Builder U S shortcomings \ many miles of fine shell roads, an
beckoning, as it were to those I'lats and Uaattl
indifferent callousone Maps
I or even
Deugner and Craftsman
excellent high school electric lights,
1
DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPbysiciaa :
: a Bnperfntrndat'onttrucUoii of Build. with rod and reelher; bosom flecked be to things:: the Blueprints Supplied boat n gopru'e
;: lots. Finns nnd H|-clncutlon! : S U may many merementiCa a system of waterworks that is owned
i: on Hhort Notice.DAYTONA. with duck and coot and snowy- I 1 and SurgeoalOKFK'K II (.f "flowers and squirrels, liKl.AXIi, FLK. II. I and BEST amid
and the
3 FLORIDA. : winged sea birds which sft about asj I I birds; and fruits" will send a thrill I operated by city supplying \V>;. ei GjTu
_ .I.IsI.jI.IsisIsusIsisisasRIsIsi.ioi.i.u..i.ii.isi. if for the sport of bobbing upon the ; { . ; OVKR: KOI>AK 1'J.\l''';.: 1U the purest water at little cost.
that is reflected m distended pupiLsand
wan'sHltch.; that lubberly old I'hoiU' SS N pricked ears BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that For Florida *

a white Leaded pelican pouch a fat, .,If S I SI.!!!..SI S I S I S.S IIIISISISISSISISISISgSSIS.. I DeLand is a church-going commu ntrxj
: OSCAR MICHAEL S - -- For e/eiy visitor! With a spare goober FARMS theater w:
mullet, and that fish hawk struggling nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Methodists !
: there u> a bunny ready to come COMPANY era conip.
: CONTRACTOR S upward with his floundering load he I II (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES
S Manufacturers of
( I and accept :your gift. lie will sit bolt which IS I
:1 Filling and Gradingfl : snatched from the water I D. D. & C. M. ROGERS I I 'r'ri.g'ht and knaw info the meat LUMBER Christians and Catholics, TIMBER or week Thi

See the beautiful launches besides colored Baptists and Metho-
S Keavy Hauling a Specialty. : spick = Civil Engineers IU casting furtive; saucy glances! at you LATH TRUCK the clasI l.
,
U and< span witlh: hampers and lockers S Wean bileFIover3. SHINGLESMOULDINGS dists, are represented. LAND

SISIISUSISISISISISIOISII. bulging with refreshments, both solid 1 DAYTONA FLA. gKstalIMi. The graded school offers a ten Send for
-- Usually frwh and blooming : Bargain *FOK
: ___,.!oI!(!. '.!(!. 'i', 'iX! i' and: liquid ready for a cruise upon th S .; ..cl .1X75. US1SISISISU j the Agents years' course and the building whichit Sheet to;;
, U year 'round, you are reinimded : Packard t]
beautiful surface.' Take out ;your field .ISIOISSIeISWSlISUSISISISISUSI Masury's Paints occupies is newly furnished
M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. of Goldsmith's couplet: where' I
Piiroid Roofing THE going nor
1 yass and sweep the river from __ _ u ____ __ W hit-.hiilHVin.ntKll throughout and is one of the most
I
i!i SectlD.
Smiim-i spr'ug its earnest visit paid GOtll.CO at 51
,MILLINERY I Ii Omioad bridge to Ponce Park .ISIOCSISISS ,, And summer's lingering blossoms I : ,orKiiifliiyKrlck Por ado Plu..t'rO' commodious and best equipped pub

1 light house then say whether the N lU>iid Hand Brick lic schools in the State.

i Halifax: i isut. a thing: of beauty and : E. L. STEWART : are delayed. I Kl.AXl: Jl'1.LANDIS ..\. I : The trip from Daytona to DeLand i i. J jj
_ _ A No. I ft: Beach Si.. Daytona Fla. 'a Physician and Surgeon S !n on** yad: roses (varigated hues I I'KI.AND' FLA who arr>
a joy forever and one of the modern is made by automobile in a little I
I fj SM ,'1:01! iilion, uu.(17-I, ,. . ',. i it !-: ellot.l! uql:' another
..... | : :alt. - .T! : ; : household ]
has1t of
: !Ii-II. \! \! !:@ WOlltld";, t,1": : Tin. ..1 1 :. .1 I N.iinil .->. I.:...... i over an hour and there arc many the II
-- ---- S , ,. .. I: !!-haii! !: for the poil<:eta! and Hi- ;
M.
.. : r u >iiliu"" < M.Iin' > i-i i\ !" : ::101 i & [fISH L WiColonnade
)!\!'! o! S'! !' o.\o.Y.: i. I *
_ _ N 0 \ pretty drives in the vicinity of the THE
- -r, : The EnchantingPicturesque! RidCe.wo3i. .1001", \\ >t 01! f. < I. M (1"I'M.M<< -: ;'i'ei-t.s: ; : i iv aflame; another is hi<}!' j
.
,i : IMllT' hull-1.! lil.t t t" i (i' HI. : site. A road leads to
Attorncv" at LawPr.etiu county good
I' East Florida I in-! :. ::fi: a jua-'le of tall cane. Variety I GORDONGARAGE of Ocean
.IOISSISeO2CS2DSIjU5u.V 'H::! In />'1 1I'ttt.
.... tl. ;-piee; of. life and here is where :i ?'SI ;,'''I I .Iul' r..1 DeLcoa Springs, five miles, historic Seabreeze]
Telephone Company KidS'vootl avenue Is upoa the crtat you i.nj it.VIe l.ItlUI t.. spot where 60,000(; gallons of water
_I j of a broad ridge straight as the cro\\ 8.BtB.Btl.9.B0CCBB.BOt.E* I SJ"'eull tieu1iti'for, bubble from the earth minute.I his pro)>e
oirciflit; m, and wit& their I I lnv.stie.t.ng :t uidI every
N this -
Connections at Daytona i files and the wide spreading brunches : DR. F. H. HOUGHTON 2MI jo\oi.s: iH.u-s help to give fullness: I II.J I Ii'.LAN_J" rC..tin I''. P-l.tits:.\. I From DeLand automobiles go south The of ''iyllot
of the !lu-avy-tmnked: : I live oaks extend :; DeLandHeadquarters
to Osteeu, IS miles, shell and
i iAs on
: to the picture.
lIT for Long Distance Points j thtir giant arms across the mat:- : : i! v.-mmtjiy: I marl roads; thc St.Johns is crossed by baI
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: for fruits: choice citrus fruits, '
I ai l'.t.: vsta, forming an arch and ST'ART{ BLII ferry near Ostceii and cars can then for
H. (C.: : : I Hajfiiatds' : : the pain to none foriual.lv
1 THOMPSON, Mgr. rroui these!:! extended arms great festomi3 I II t Ittlt'" I'k !BI..k AutomobilesAGKNTFOR
Sanford
Isuuc: A. Mt'svurtLgford continue to and Orlando
S I'IIONK-U;: \\ -1 Kml: !'tuu!II ISruluiB: ) ( by
;) I of Spanish! moss the I II U ( :aiu? quantity per acre. There ; Hly
_ I_ :8 sway as S I Mary. 1stuwuirtAttorneys hard road. There is a shell road
K0B0I0a0B0SCB0B080B10I0BDentist uiv ( :. of citrus in
I trade winds>> from the tropic seas S- < s grows prox- Maxwell Tour
'i\! @ !(!: XKX!)!: iiiy:: tt the city branches bdiII4jto at Law from DcLaud to Orange City, five
fan them. Looking straight: ahiudJown I
1 .0B0B0B0BB0B0B0B0B.B0B0B* :, :.nd Notaries Public miles and a good road from DeLandto ing Cars andRunabouts
I tile e..ith with their burdens of I
H. T. McCLELLAN : this while shell street baI [
f fMill the impression of a fairy path one with:* I T. K.:: FU/.u' i.n l K. .K.oal. J !1 hrr OilS scMea: globes, which for r'I"T.\SO. FL.\ Lake Helen, a like distance.

I : FITZGERALD & GATES : j l.. :auty. jn-ol'licacy and ali desirable
-I ifisn; draperies but |
as
move
Work you
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i i iJ 1ong' and cast an eye first to tat! : Attorneys. aDd Counsellors! at LawS J I IS (p.dlllt'Sfluid truly ajonLtb: you. J. A.ERICKSON. ;: BCT 8 D SAiSME BRICK CO. I Arthur: nnnlinRoyal
> ,-inl Fa".l; tor KMIIIIIII.IIL: I II I'. HuwllnHAMLIN
| : H
I Write or ask him about anything right and then to the left you see :1It1 l I't-rti, I'! 101: ;': I.aiid Tltl- 5I The Fastest Autos and The Finest I Muuufaoturrrst I I

you want made ot wood Everything j I distinifuis'hcU!; : cottage homes! in th3 = 'fiRI( I lufi.nntil Itii'Uiiht' I :. 'I'lionc !JN : Out. & CO. ,,: Light Granite, Buff, Red awl
the best. !' I I Lint,
I J most dfligbtful! settings.See IIRQM5ISR3CeSflSlmaOI5i SttK'S Of
Drab Brick
Tit h world wonder
j : -fv' I.T do yen .
Pi
; : I th.j: glistening: leaf of the: ;gram! ' aoi: Organ and Lan'" (':u ,:,t"I"t'I ..
IFICTUBESQIIE q "HhlWi
North Rilgewood Ave. Phone 123 ; -k. C'tine. hether' from I Prompt )-
t I magnolia, which: nature: has varnished: ; ., ....!.. ..!...!,.. . .......... .\!.!..,.... .. MUwsoii: :Scwiuij, T, .Iac'1Ut1' ,. I':' 11., :1. .r I: :c" and Prurts.| &
i-- I'-: M M..inf. frtnu Kalamazoo 'Li' I f.I\ I.AKK: K :I.K.N.; F1.A.
, . ,... trT
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li- I! \! .. 1 : _
\!\!\!\! t :as\ no yitis's brush ever could; and t ; I I Lio.i' Fi \ HAMLIN
., DR/J.. P. ESCH I !..!.i'i! tl'. ;>nd you( will be "sboviii." I
the ('aab'\gfO palms with their burdens .
: I ii'. ;'.' .:> taTe the world's record for' LAKE HELEN
'>f .!lOW fruit and :. Physician and Surgeon I \ I ISilt.
:: ) swaillg palius; .
I { { POST ORffiINtUT { I . i d .s broken with every recurring I IALLtr'i'S Attorneysand
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: -oe rhe lo\ely holly with i its exquis- : :itiii|: I ITUTUli' li !t- -. (ith of !I' Surrounded; by several pretty lakesad
_ !' M. fhurvti.:: t'Ti,.-. I'ut -.' I..i'n.: i -.t'U'Lutos.! ti"! bi'-'gvat: '' :, tiie fasl'ft. '
JIIiilliaUII! 1 rtu bt'y; see the climbing vines IP.. '. !o7' |,i.u.. Tio.! .. >v I I'A'I T":N'in \ .- X' At to PoatOtiivf guarded by lofty pine trees is Counsellorsat
J : \t'11. SO :nJ rie! fiii'-st itn o-a dnily: paj j
I.t J Olt\-i"hE Ij j[ mn riot ir. the trees; see the cryp-- ,: Lake Helen, a winter resort of no Law I IIn

j siprctty1ttItstHaet : ,:POST ORANGEHOUSE[ .tPtfl.S< forms wiik-h gain a fooi- !.!.,! .. ...,...,... ....... . ., \..... ,..;, re ::: 'I the big: s'.i-:" >\\ :is as free as I DRUGGISTSJEVLLERS little importance. Camp Cassada a,

situated five mil- t PI/-I art siaiJ v.uU-r f'ol: :: th-- !
t :j hold: Jii the great oaks and sttypiuis .S3 .....G3. .....S. ... a spiritualistic camp-ground is situated -
j::1 out h 01 iMiytona ('H i"o."d: ( of flow nr \\th!! ,. It ; a' )1ultNl.! > "KLA.
:i the Itaytoiui-Ni-w !i ; and surely you will join .u. : 0 lKl.AN'FLA.':! near Lake utica and at this
$t Dr. SAMUEL M. LONGDENTIST : co: t is !id.show a .tl il a caiisiantlyExeiything I
i
rl myrna hunt >arfatv Uhe chjrus and say that this j i. a : place several hundred people make
I'' .. t .t ; "" elle.
road It. j-."- -nl. S Fred Cucuaiujs world Bonder for beauty. I winter headquarters. A laige lumberi : "'
S ; oTAI's"iDsL.tND
highway of tin Ka t f .II.IIChant. goes, from a 2-horso G. W. Fisher mill and the [
i largest brick
III\ Vwist. The town 1.I I I. Owner and Manager I II Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage 1 plant in
I' JOe.atc4tontht. lIuli- One Door North of New Mcr- I.OVVOT; up ta 200-borse power, and I Drug Co. j the South arc located at Lake Helen. FLA.
I It
If' Homes. > Bank 0 | ;-JI dt-grtej; : of sped from a canterto I
It tat It h't'r, end t isI ; I Drugs, Stationery,
I connected with tin I I ;t..O.M..e..".. ... a two-iiiile-a-minute (..}iP. You will i ORANGE CITY I
I J I PORT ORANGE !' No one of Daytona's attractions), -- - I Huylcr's Candies, ClothingFurnishiDgs
peninsula oppositeby . piobabiy! catch the spirit: when :; i: The
'I :you
.
i principal attraction around
I I perhaps, commands more nearly universal !\!: -! !.!. \!,!\! \!::. i I Kodaks, Cigars
: a bridge.The do the roads and the beach
J
are yours. Orange
is
ton b w11 BEACH attention and praise than does __I>KLAXI I'. "''1.A. -j City the many handsome Shoes
The Manhattan Cafe : The Florida sunshine 13 fretthe : :
,t) 1 laid out ami bus the anUtic cottages.: The owners of I golden orange groves. The town issupplied
f : homes.A Lots for Sale. ;; : balmy ocean breezes* are free. thebtyds / with In InEl
t many pretty these ('harming.mas hail from every : for ladies and gentlemen. :; water said to be the :

Urge nuiutx-r of Liberal Terms corner of the country and they bring '$ : and squirrels and flowers are I j A. H. VOODALL purest in the world, another attrac-

I \ tourist a-*: winter Allowed for t>) Regular Dinner 11 to 1:30: Daily. . free, the: sparkling fountain water i.- 1 j tion to visitors. It is at
their architectural Orange City
residents make I'ort own plans and ; Short Orders. Box Lunches. I
I I I' IMPROVEMENTSOcean : 1'rte and you will have; to go down The that
Orange winter luuilquArt build upon them, and as the archi- Everything Fresh. passengers over the Florida Ea..tC"ilSt
I or River I liiiTo; your wallet only for coin i '
for
Special Attention Shown Ladies.
-rs. one of tin- FISHINGt'onvcnU I ecture of one section of the country ; to Leading Ry. transfer to carriages and
: 01'' several attraction- Autoi.liiV 1' ;auto and bed and board. j GROCER drive to Dclaud. The f
nt to dIffeifrom the architecture of ai"- ; THE MANHTTAN CAFE I, town is surrounded -
il i being the oxo.-ll.-nt Itaoit'our.v
;! ot'her so do homes differ in j This ;is to fanciful picture; it's ali by land peculiarly
i listitug.L uiid lirid t' our 38 South Beach Street )DELANO.. adaptedto

L A short tll tanv*> .\|PI'I!> to outward appearance and structural -\.A\ ... .. .. '; I here. It La. drawing other thousands [I the cultivation of citrus fruits. i I I' .I .\", i>. FLOKI DA
WM. HO\VES \ !\!\!\! \\\f\ '! \!\!\!\ i
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. and ho'ding: them enthralled it will | ---
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Ji i I-, .I fct :)f Port tlrall- beauty from one another. There are - -- ------ ---- ===
1 A:1:1 at
,; I. era tho rontaluof Port'1<.11':<'. Flu. no monotonous of -nariuat d hold you. Come and st-e. : 4:..........."....... ....
.
r I *h... old TUinlawton! rows strikingly I..........S...4.......... .4 ** *V VWVVWWVVVWVVVV**,..'" :

11 similar blind',":;:; but the eye, as u *I .
mill. lirv :
''t 3 sugar thatts\'hltI'\.r a ll \ I i swt>epi! by is treated to a kale.do- :t: When You Are Looking for : I" .
.. Port Orange "From the Grove to the Table"INDIAN [ THE NEWS!
1\1:, ser: by humlr-. of scopic: change which keeps the maid *: Some One to Do ** DAILY

I; tourists on.tiiin. .. OVSIER{ CO. woudfiitg, "What next?" RIVER GRAPE .
; I alf the country \\ t ,
I'. I'l'POXT' I It U no* only the exterior of many FRUIT AND ORANGES .

I of HwrtOranuf.urroondlni; th oul- .irow- mid !>. al. r I I of thti homes which rivets atteli4 Electrical Work I Growm on the Halifax. J u 4.


I, 131.11. wa" 11 vi't Infiluutatlon. OYSTERS CLAMSPt. and I IWM. I j Lion; w".b.t they are models of conJ The fi
I' t dlo: itod-sugar ,'siII.L Orrtk'-l luv'onu \enitnce, : and the finishing and furnishing I in sm-Jie' boxes or car lots. Specialttentioi + :
1, The null I I f PHONE names were mentioned in the
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jive evidence,; of the elegance : paid to filling orders. :

j days wus olt'rah-d hut In thoseari hu-iU-en'-xtenklvely ia>- C.r. liflft'ES'{ it aud ail cultivation out. Indeed of those it is who the interior worked :* MUNROE & STEVENS I E V e r y D a y previous day's paper _' :

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fFORLAWII GROWERS:: AND SHIPPERS.
dl,.us<* (or forty or Rca! Estate I : arrangement and artistic furnishing : .

fl ty yejirs.A InsuranceMTA I : and siding! more than the exterior : Office' Next to the Ridgewood Hotel.' : Four Tickets to the Crystal :
Uitert\ tlnuUriVf : THE ELECTRICIAN. :
st'ry : I .
appear: that gibes a surpassing:
; from Ila_\tun.> : . :
jI : j" totst&n I. .o ItI [ charm to Daytona homes. This feature > Best Prices Bet \Voik ............ .....!..." ... ...,........ ......!... .S
I to til'-I upprou I h tit Port Oranee. Fla. j ; justly merits prominence as anJ NORTH BEACH STREET : Order for 25 cents on some S

,: 111- l'ort.lr.n, : ,, other voct'er.' GITTENS MESSING : :

1.1 uI::;... Iu'ro" t :, I 1 .......i .................: I --' !.- /t- ,J.. ,. ,v local store. : :
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i l.r.i l litul' t ''I'I | Streets and Pavements the : : : :
< t\10st.
I'. '......: ; tl1r..u.::. :I.. S. G. MARn i i! and Best. ..SUSUSUISI5IItIS5ISW. O /,)) Fresh Fish : : ..

lirlaotjial *tr.-.-. oi I 1 McDonald's Boat Yard : U .

J'ort Orazsg.; to ;h. [General I I'crchanJjs Why th* Architect of the l'uih':'"", 1 Lstablished: 1903 : :, flClams z : .. :

h It : ru.u, .>-a of Old I tlilr..t -SL.tr. !. chose to give! Daytona the most, admirable 1| CHAS. M. McDONALD Proprietor J I: and Rose Bay Oysters : Watch for them name maybe :

the most pictuiesque natural your El
t i L i : rfturniitt; II t t.i t. I } Railways. Boats Built. Repaired : Market ca South Beach Street : .

i I I"aytoni by t h.- ro il I Pun Orange, 1--1& setting of all the cities of the SouthIs :| and Housed. U ; Phoae 5 Prompt : next.

on th- cuanlna not ren-aIf'd. but that such is a : . Delivery :
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FLORIDA }. THE DAYTONA. :JAIL" NtWS: "' _u ____
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Cptir.3: j r I otes.1 record of oMer! who fought In the 1 i EPISCOPAL CHURCH SERVICES
t of variousnri in whioh this <'Ol1JtlT'h:1" IIR ; 11111.
First Sunday In Lent. E iN'EVV SMYRNA -I,
utrfacc- UNIVERSITY c MonL:1.! :i : I been onsare: l. are now on file i In i! i
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f, : the cm>? of the adjutant;; general or' St.l:1ry's, Da.tona-Servce: and:

Four Doll Dg'e FLA, ., .1- Iny! ::: -r.\"M.. tb- Minii>sota' i the nrIUJ' Samoa. 11 a. m.; Sunday Schoo. I SMYRNA is situated fil-
$ T'chnicallichooi,6 i! r oinrrSc':, ; "''; strr. !hfs!; it-e l n ai'i-oiuto"! ! ::4J; a. m. Music: by vis'ed choir. : HOWE i I NEW miles south ot Daytona I ORANGES '
t Equipment cost. i,, "a n-'i:; : 'r r>f Nir! ft.-rlty"at! NVlinski. Mehemet's Parliament Lenten! service; -: l1\dn'-sda:'s. Thuis- i! and is an ideal spot reached
AND
lead. .Endowment nearly JtOOJXn taKou.. '] : in+';inirc thit In will o.ich tie! When I)>:.
the Faculty fessora of 49 Pro; foottinll: team this! : year. story is:: told in Mr. Monypeuuy'a bi eahis I prajtr aid serayn: Thu. :day, CURRIERFLORIDA winding through one of the most picturesque I UPIII| | l> at
t in Itbrncton.and nrlguenwn in The! Nati'r;:1 ktcnvsse toim of Mortresl o f'.lh.fhelU't( 1It'bemetIi.. who 4 t P. m.Grace. parts ol Florida. !i Point Grove

0 .non-Hectatlan Teaching. .. I )Ir. and :Mrs.V.. S. Snead are rejoicing 1 hol history man
tnfOr1I1aUo-n in the possession! of j I man trojihy. eraMfinatic into his country. "I will LANDS I KlrfrOrnnife
addl't'sl a son of lie rhnmpionship : have and 1 sermon :3: p. m.; Lenten j f runneth not interlaced with wiresof i (if :>f at in tatut >
of : ; born Friday afternoon Mother and! of the :National Lacrosse a parliament. he said, "and I the modern -, .'.
ty Lincoln service, Wednesday: :3: p. m. NKW: SMYHAA' telegraph and telephone -
will
trt Ph.il. Hulley.J. i child are doing nicely. The baby J union. the Canadian: organization.Mordocnl : : : I have as many parliaments as the Grace Church, New Smyrm-Service I KI.OKII'AM. its miles of shell streets as Grove situated lira
l.,1Li" king of I'I'I
L : En-land: himself. So saying. hard and smooth as a door and 'from Daytona on
5 1-2 Brown overarched
1 h I
weighed pounds at birth. to have "
tad : a three his highness and Sermon, 7:30::: p. m.; Lenten LEIDERSDORF the Daytona
fjldf'1-1 1J. fingered rival. produced two lists of by hoary forest giants that I
. I lie I is Chester L. Xourse. Resident Smyrna Road.
dow names. "See here" he said. "Here service, Friday, :3: pm. Agent grew in stately: grandeur during the I
a Phone 28 will call for cleanIng the new Boston Red: Sox Prices Moderate
who
pitcher
your -
rcp ? are my parliaments. But I have: made! All seats are free at all services: Town and lapse of bygone centuries, New I
i and prf5shig. tf made quite a reputation[ In the box I FERD
J. V. BURNETT.Mrs.
ding, PERKINS while a member of the Brown university I up my mind to prevent Inconvenience, and strangers are we'come.A Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNProprietor
than .:.= to elect them myself." I Property and rest.
Antone :Maas, who has been nine. )IR.
sited ,; visiting her mother, Mrs J. W. I Vanished Island. All nature here is very inviting to
Attorney andCounsellor So Volcanic Islands have frequently
Funny of Him.
r the Ritey} and other relatives: ;' her the Short Stories. i appeared the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here I
Mrs. Lazenbee-lIere's the man come and disappeared In the various
over at Law past two weeks departed Friday afternoon I to fix our clock. Go upstairs and get oceans. .\ British man-of-war once R. S. MALEYGeneral too is to be found the best fishing and

one on her return to Tampa. .Eighty-fire thousand square miles of It for him, won't you? Mr. LazenbeeIt was sailing near where su.'h an event hunting in the state of Florida.

with 1 land are drained by Lake SujK-rior. isn't upstairs. Is it? Mrs. Lazen- took place, and Us crew had u chanceto The people are thrifty, the busi- ii I i
allay WANTEEV KOOu on first mort Work at clearing away the wreck of bee-Certainly. Where did thinkIt
Will Practice you witness that seldom Hardwareand ness men enterprising and all unitein iI I
in seen occurrence
ac of State and gage. Address X this.office. 68-tf the great Quebec bridge,: has gone on was? Mr. Lazenbee thought it the birth of an Island.8 extending the welcome hand of !
thugs FederalCourts for a year, and It is still far from com had run down.-Catholic Standard and soon I
Arthur J. :Morgan, who hs been pletion. Times. as It was possible! the British captain' Builder's hospitality to strangers. There are I' r

about visiting his patents: :bar and :Mrs\ \\'. ,I While In 1002 the highest- price paid I landed and formally annexed the new Supplies five church edifices for white people '

J. Morgan, at their:' winter! home on I for lynx In Alaska was ?3, In the present Getting Education."Has land to the British! empire. Then lie and an equal: number for the colored f
an
untry PELAND, FLA. / North RJdgewood! a"enuedeparted'i! season: owing to the Increased demand your son 1'untt"\lmuch since be I hoisted the union jack: and sailed \, Furniture population; the town has an excellent ]I f

6vtr Friday! on his return to Bellaire; O. i for this fur the price has risen went to college?" asked the new min away. lie expected to be knighted for and high school. a splendid public ;I ,
on f to a maximum of $30.50. I his l'ntprprflJut; when! another ship UndertakingNew library aad up-to-date bnsiness ,
WRIGHTINSURANCE tt'I j was sent out to talie look at the island
I the I a -
The Congregational church supper -I Ir. :More than 57.0ftiu) >0 Index record "Xaw. replied Farmer Oatcake, | and Its I houses II j I

a. r. is postponed from :\larch. to| 'cardst: showing the Individual serviceVudor "but I hey by hen:"-Chicago Sews. |! a natal: : report i roost fair upon supplying! availabilityas : passing: SmyrnaTHE I There are any number of pretty ,
a are r- !March\ 14. I I homes for the '
so-it i : ships tht> new found island had van: permanent population
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tea j which numbers close
-- l"hetll'utn'ly.! 'I to 2,000. and I II
on AGENCY :; Mrs. James Goffuian' of Springfield j y : tine I
some very winter residences< SI A IE BANK I Iill'
rape, ___- 111., a friend of :airs and :Mrs.\ \Vm.j! I It I I There are good hotels and boardinghouses .
of North THE DESPLAND !"t t NOC I4 t0 tt 4ti tl'i" OCEAN "HOUSE 0
Hall
tnona, ( : Beach street, !b '::11' HOTEL t I where you can find accommodations : -
DeLand Florida the .city for a. few I NEW! SMYRNA I
'u days. :Mrs.: ('oft'I' I ALL HEALING t: { F. W. SAMS to meet your requirements. ,
lenty.heats. C man in rooming :with Mr.[ anti11: :;. WILL HOLD A !I'K'tPltiKmit: Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a JOHN T. HAMMOND
J. B. Garrison I I
OLDEST on Ivy Lane. : section of vegetable land as can be I Pi..itt" "-ntiCO.
anights I J DR. DAVIS Panther ist : i Rates: found anywhere. This land has been ( L. BR, -INNING f
'
\Vanted, a. flat bottonud row,, $3.00 Day I I I :" hlo'rTransacts
LARGEST a PENINSULA DRIVE per
: divided into small farms which
s boat in good cQndition. Address wi Ji TENNIS TOURNAMENTFor 5 can
ward S.--OII-I lloii f w.nth! ofV. !1,1! T- 2 : i Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Someof a
and BEST price! and wher{ can be seen. C. S. stor"- I General
lying DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA } Week the finest celery grown in the state
Weaver, Gen. - }
Delivery; Daytona. SO-lt : I Ia I
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1-;\<- II- nt Hunting is raided. on this land. All other vee- : Banking I
I'uth.I -rapc. is :i <;r---k <-i>I mK' >ini y that i M4iiil\in:: ".&11 h'-iilin--." Tli' furr. ", I Jowl It-.I 1114NFa1' : I tables grow in abundance and here Business
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For Florida The next attraction the tI\ ": :11" I'" 1<'1 II't ;: t. ,
: at Daytona V g= ,. : sMYIt.N.VKI.HKI1..V is the home of the famous ; Cent Interest
mmu- opal| h\ :\11":1I.tJ i and MathFARMS > theater will be'the English' : Grand Op-j i h-,.' s.ilt i,low-. !I.'. Thfv i lurv. .,., '' I j River on Time l pol1tsi.Th.j
oranges. >
aI'" iiinolutiTniitnjfiit :at "titrr11.It IJ
.
,PresGROVES era company and ladies orchestra, I 'i40 out( $:;!.""''.
I '
which la booked to next! .
olics, TIMBER or week'Thursdaf: arpear here _........... t.t..J .
etho evening. It will LeI the Guests of the Hotels and for the Cottagers,
I
TRUCK i the classiest attraction '
LAND l of beginning ......................... 4 .. 911111111.N

,> which t tea Mend Hbeet for Bargain to, ,t .FOR SALE Seven theseason'j' t R. H. MCDONALD :. : ;ph. l

shed i f Packard touring car, fully 6fUirped'i MONDAY, MARCH SIXTH MEATS ..4 4 I Zapf Co. J r

most THE COULDfGOTTEN going north, low price for cash. Call 4
at 51 Second Are 79-6S ENTRANCE COMPLIMENTARY : c
grab. [ CO I : Florida and Western i JACKSONVILLE. FLA. .:

nd i. D. J. Johnson of Uniontown, Pa., - ---- -- : The Choicest Steaks and : Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor : -----L

HF.LAND. FLA, who Open Tournament for Ladies' Singles 2: The Primest Roasts jj
little arrived recently and is a guest :: house in Florida. Sole distributors for :
.
of the Hamilton hotel has sod! to. Open Tournament for Ladies' Doubles

many f the THE M. L. Waggoner of this city, the) Open Tournament for Mixed Doubles T'will U'yhanem'luleavor what to:..*..you.. that/want you rand i grt we It. .: 4: Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer :

ds toistoric Colonnades hotel site at the corner Open Tournament for Men's Singles :: Fhon-fcJPOULTRY : ::
GORDONGARAGE of Ocean boulevard and Valley street. Special attention is called to the : I
4
water Seabreeze, and expects to dispose of! i: i: :: MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. :

his property on Ridgewood avenue Entries can be made by 'phone or note to The Despland Hotel or by per. ,. ,. 4 .
rate. .
this city, within sonally entering names on lists at office. Tl :irlt T:you; Uavyour ortli-r thfhctttr .
The the next few days.Hot .
south I ihaiii1'ou liiv: of :i-ttln? :;; : .: Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. !
Entries will close ,
1 and DeLandHeadquarters ----- Friday Noon March 3 Cups will be given to winners. thohout.. : .

baths Hooper's Barber Shop. >I ....................................................
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THE: DAV';'..N'* DAILY h1Vr9-- .--..- ," .
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, N 1 THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Peninsula Variety ;I r.i ,: \ S.

= I Published every evening except 1?outlay by Store :i WE SELL f HO

rT nks--UMH-l 4I from December 1 to April I i

T I THE GAZETTE-NEWS CO. DAYTONA BEACH. FLA. ;: Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of ZZ : .
Exivptlonal Mony-" ving I.
T. E. FITZGERALD. Editor.C. Values In t
Z lubricating oils on the market. :: e

Ii S. HARRIS City Editor. Enamel Ware :. ... .
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HARRY L. ROOD. Adv. Manager I .
OUR ELEGANT LINE OF : Japanese China L. J
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i F CROUCH Superintendent.
and Suit Cases i GUO. Laces I i WE REPAIR f' .
: Trunks, Traveling Bags Entered as second class matter Ribbons .f : Greatly Enlarj

i December 1, 1910, at the po tofficeat .
5 is now complete. Buying in large quantities we are enabled of I : Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. Sides
to make you very attractive prices. See our Trunk Dept. : Daytona. Florida under Act Opposite Webster's Grocery Store ;.1 .. .. .

March 3, 1879. I Seabreeze Ave. .
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ANTHONY BROTHERS .-..-..+--+-.-...-......-.. .-......-.-....-..-..-.-.- -.-.-.-........- .- ...-.t. I' ,:1i Central Auto Garage. I.t: .* sumni' .\U<


i Home of Hart Schaffner &: Marx Clothes. : Complete Machine Shop : I:i..+e+e..................N............NNN.N..NjI :+.9.9+0+9+*l

. .................... I Clarendon[I d 6 Garage [Co REPAIRING OF-ALL-KINDS-BY : - ---- - -- ---
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i By Rail and River. I i .:.. AUTOMOBILES OPPOSITE HOTEL FOR CLARENDON RENT. SEABREEZE.'f tar1ndt: ::! ; ,S FLA.;iU,,, r. :.1.. } I What's the; Z..: E


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ATLANTIC: COAST LINE.Best VISITS DAYTONA AFTER Ushers His in theaters Favorite handle Opiete.some peculiar Useof 1. AH depselected .

__ people' during a !season. but the I 5 ]
time sweating over a
ABSENCE OF MANY YEARS. experience of the employee of a Chest spending your I fro|
Service to the East I nut !street playhousevas! a puzzle for I hot stove these hot days trying to get J

1..E'UVe Jack80'nvtlle ............. 7':: n.lII. some time. A well dressed! middle I I the family ironing done on time when Z? help used t
Kiivannnh.................ll.')') ".III. in
Limited. end seat
Palmetto Arrive.. Augusta.................. R.SCIp.m. FRANK H. MATTHEWS VISITS aped man: would !secure rn << can buy an with all the
DAILY. Carrying through Coaches Charleston ............... 4.'p.III.!: the front row almost every evening. I you I: .
Klchmond 4. a.in THIS CITY, WHICH HE HAS would tell the usher f if he fell: I J finest Chefs
Ebetric-Lightcd Pullman Drawing Room Washington: ::::::.::::: H.OHa.iuBaltimore : He
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Jacksonville to .. ... .. ....... \I.IIS a.m asleep he was not to be disturbed until AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRON : Summer a<
Dining: Cars. SINCE THE DAYS OF
Bltepere, 1 W. Pbll"dt'lphha..l1.I.u.l1I.NI" : NOT SEEN would I
...... after the show. No sooner I
York. V M :New- .York.... ...... .laup.iuNew than tNN....
orchestra play the overture
the
York and Florida Special. Dally Except Sunday. So."by ITS SETTLEMENT. ushers; would notice that the man I
IxaveJacksonv'tlde_................. Lid p.m the
Description of thisppulartrain deLux. Mavannah ............. .. ....... II.'''' p.m. Frank H. Matthews a son of Mr. was asleep. At the close of the night'sentertainment I :
This train con.Uts of Pullman brewing" Charleston......... .............. N.. :!:? p.lII. G. H. Matthews of lib's city !some" one would rouse : ..aiaiaaiaiaiConcede
Boom Htate RQ(>m.Mleepinglllningand L.1- Richmond........................ 7.11:)tt.m and Mrs.
ferMT-Qbftervatldn cars. heated by steam.Arrive" tt'abhingtolr......................Iuj5a.mlpalpp arrived Friday night from Wins'.ow: the sleeper and he would leave with a r
d with the newthroughout: ; brakes,and : Baltlntore..........................11_. 8.11I. weeks. polite acknowledgment. One night be $30:75 I ,.
to ; by electricity \'t"toot Ihlltld..lphhl: ,......... 1.411<< p.m Maine and will sptu4 several J
specialyLights being provided for each Sew fork. Yrnn H. B. here with his parents and sJ ter, Mrs. i explained his strange; behavior: 4
affording perfect comfort In writing .
twrtb Hta.,7th Aw., 3'd! 3litp.m. "I suffer from insomnia" he said.
>
or(or reading a night. Graham Thomson on South Palmetto 1I .
: Jacksonville fl.15a.ni/ : I "The only relief I get Is when I sit r
Florida and West Indian Limited.DAILY. / Huvannuh...,........,... UOp.m.! avenue. to the drummer In an orchestra. I I 1 .
Augusta .................. fI.l Op.nl. here with his close .
Carrying i : Through C oac h.. Charleston..... .......... 5.48 p.m, Mr. Iatthecame There Is something In the rhythmic : z !
Richmond! .. ............ 5.l01t.m. Barents and other: members of the beating of the drum that soothes me I' These Standard Laundry Irons and are j n
Hectric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room Washington.;..... ...... 8.40 A.D1. days of Daytona I are I
Seeping Ci Dining Cars. Jacksonville W.tlIUmort'.10.Oa.m.Phlladelphlx,1.28p.m:: ,,.I family! in the early the old home atWdnslow I i to sleep.-Philadelphia Times.J ',*- for sale by .

;."V f..k.1 " \ : ::'in.ork.! ......... ...... 1.:;0 p.m but returned to I' U
"tti II" tv Maine about 25:; years ago][ d. P1ac;; ._ JA.- 1i Ji

1t"on lIlfJ. .. T .M... and has not been here within that The billposter! bad -e poster left ; 1 ttll
Jii White
ICoastTine Florida Mali: : i vannRIi....."..:.:.:.H....:...'.11 IN'B.n,,.t While he I, It. j I 1I :
here was to put
.. d ........... ... 5.lIl'Ia.m.: period of time. and no conspicuous! place The Schantz Electric Icef I II .
Charl-MOti
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches .. Richmond . . .....;.... ":.OO'1.tll.' 1. pngagtfl( 'hi running a stage line ber lie stood' on the corner and wondered Hie Prince j jlalm
....il.arti.m..
and Electric-Lighted:!; Drawing Room 11,'sshltlQtbd..t iJla.m: | twee this city ad Vousia: on the St. what be should do with it. Presently Bench INSam
t3ltepingCars. Jacksonville to New York u WDnlpIiiH.: ".'"..'..' big load I
.40a.m carrying a
woman
Italian
1 Stops Sleeper at Meal Jacksonville Htatlons.Lcal to Savannah. \ ".. U JTeW: Vl>rk:................ 7.13a.m. Johns father river and brother in connection Walter: with II. Matilhevie his:- of an wood on her bead passed' by. I and Water Co.9999999999999999099999999999999Q99999999999999999999. I .. I

Best Trains tote West.Leave ;, and Win Garland for at that I. Tetter than a Broadway., electric I 1 :r.I.I.I!
tower for my bu! ltl(!)!'. said he. I .
time there tits .no railroad ai. 1
: Taste brush, and paste. were requisl1tloned. ;
:N0. .1 South AUntie Limited W4) 3:1. S0s'and IR) Montgomery Route ,,5.lImlll\Sns'r ! only mea&ijW communication wi.h the poster was clapped' on the i iperambulating - --- aaiaiaiaiT <
I the outer jworld was by stage to St. woM pile and for nf- j r ;

1 I.V..Jllc.oOn'.llIe.-\r. R.4iplll. Ht5pm L'.llIl'I..c'\Il\.lIh.\r\ I i ,darn Augustine tJ;. points: on the St. .101115 teen niiiiiito; the) ever curious Broad: ..
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I.UilPm l.I8amr....... Atlanta.......i.v1u.2:!. pin k50au+ Ar. lolltJ.lIlII'.O..J.\: n..lpll1I.CO river or by boat from Jackso.iv'lle: toNew I crowd shipped[ turned and eve:i j .. :
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pmr.......l.ouls\.I1I...... ..In' tsIllnin 1.ltll'lll: \r. RI lrmlllghll1l1.. .I.v X.4.1' JlIll1.068m ;:;: .
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\r..IIl"lnnRU..I.\-\r..lndlltll"Jlolls. M..111I11 4.1Ua1l1' \, i.-4tlplll 1.IUI\Ill Ar Ar. 1-111"111.;S'Il\.III. . .. .1."m I." !C.)1I1I1IU6pm :!; Smyrna. followed to learn something about tli> r'--I ..
I.IOam 'r... ... l'hlcllgo..I.\ \I.uP'tI .tlllllll, Ar . Mt. 14)511. .. .I.t' II.u'IJlI1 I 1't'ry few of the buijJLiij) : :*'; on IVucholntrt I: 1. that was advertised in that .
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I l' v.laan' lAr I'bies. L I.I'' pits I. remain as' theyveit' when Hovel manner.New York Sun : r

I \Ir. Mn.theWBas last: lit:it1, ai.il in 4p p "Florida Limited" t
No. 115. No. >:! Seminole Limited I No0ffipm !. I Wanted to Know."Have 1.
No. H. Dixie Flyer Route 1'1 fact there were but: few buildings ascompart :i "Southern's Southeastern Limited" I .
I road of busband's
I .. d with the present; time exeii you ever any my ttr
1..J. d.oOIl\.III.! .. .. Ar 7situn s.io f.v.Jnek.Isn1'IIIr..r'I 7ii::gin while: Palmetto and : inietry':" i p "Jacksonville-Atlanta Special""Florida .

10f (&, '::' :Ar.Ar.::::::.it'a'l'ro A11ant4).M; S :::::.Lv: S.10:511Pul:4)n: I 1u,45:::bum jnn:: ''.Ar.:'. .'.".\.. lhsn I ra.y+%' :..I.:Lv:%: 5i.t 1.2.inn: alts::+ on Ilidgewood the river avenue front were still: : primeval ; "Yes. I have bad that-cr-y-< *. II i I Special I.I I. ..
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: Blrlllh 4.m"lll 111:1':1 111.
101111"111' I. tt.tixnl 1I. lllmr.
8.t6pmr. .. ... . .. wil.li the exception of a
... .I.t ti'O -\r 'hk"CJ I. 11. 1"1II1 forests i <
.1r. .1 hiengo. 1I1ll I.IlIm think of it?
&4S do
T.110sin ant -\r...... Louts ..... la !\.).") Jl1I1 I, ..:!\lUIIl ,,Ar.. ...I"t. L"ul..Lt ,ii.ltpu: + few isolated dwellings. Daytona: as "What you .. oi,e awatr
"Madam are you looking:: for a corupliment SOUTHERNRAILW'Y
WriteA. :a tourist place was: then undreamedof fur husband's! verses or ; I 1 I II .
; For Rates, Pullrrfan! Reservations and Information Call on or your .
only industry -I II .
and the principal aLt for 1''lUll3th for .ounelflIou tlln I x'111:111': .LE.
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W. FRITOT. Division Pass. Ait. W. D. STARK Traveling Pass Att. tats the proJaction: t.f citrus i, Post.' I at.. =
U8 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FLA.
: irut: ,;. / FLORIDA SPECIAL. SOUTHERN'S SOUTHEASTERN ..

...................................................1., RACING AUTOMOBILE HERE I I "nt.fure we Different were married.Now. !sighed I 1 West and_Northwest. Washington New LIMITED.York and the East. I .aiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiai

STEAMER the fond wife. "you iwd<< to call me ': I I.v Jacksonville...... .....;.40a.: in. -- I
I Tomoka i ON WAY TO JACKONIVSLLE.I up by. long distance telephone Just :t.. I I Ar Atlanta....................5.00p.m. Lv Jacksonville.......... 9.00a.m. ..
Cherokee River I I'I you used to :0:1to bear uiy voice." Ar Ctixttanooga..It.3: > p. in. Lv Savannah .............. 1.10p.m. .
James Lau hJin III has brought to "Well." retorted the rebellious bus- i Ar Cincinnati ..............S.00 a. in. i t Lv Columbia .............. 6.40p.m. i
li : Fun :: Daytona his Simplex: i H.I racing automobile I band, "nowadays you voii t let: me gel I Ar Louisville] ...............S.-10a. m. j Ar Washington ........... S.53a.m. NN
1 4. I and it now engaged in putting from to tie the long Ar Chicago ...................&_3' p. m. Ar Baltimore ..............10.02a. m. .
: DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. :: the fast car in shape to: be enttivd : far enough; you I I Ar Cleveland................3.15p.m. Ar Philadelphia..........12.23 p. m.r i .
4: in the races at Jacksonville. Mr.Ijaughlin l'5t:1I1'O.I.otJlhm Tt.'Il'gr.tpb. I .\ Detroit ....................4.00p.m. Ar New<< york.............. :?.31 p. m.i .U

:. The largest; fastest and only boat stopping at the i: drove his car through to I Patience! persisteru-e and power tel :I -- -- -- i'i'I ..

cabin. : Orlando in Novcmler and has been do are only acquired by \\"ork.-lIoJ.. FLORIDA LIMITED. JACKSONVILLE-ATLANTA U

:: upper 4: I sK'iuling] the winter at OrlancTo.! He land. I i I West and Northwest. SPECIAL. : Steam MetPalmetto
.' arrived here with his: wife and party II I Between Jacksonville and Atlanta. I N
I I I.v Jacksonville: ........... S.O.jp.m.; .
: First-class Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin. :: I F'i ;day evt-tvinp; and win be here: fort II H03k.in Ar \ti-mtii: ______.__ ... 5.2Oo.m. Jacksonville) ......S.50 p. m. ..

...& &...........6........._ .. .. .. .1.......... ...1..........1N :; -4 -raJ days while the rtu-ino: car is I Green salted' Iu :skiii3 are considered I \r 'iivvillf ....__ .. >.55 p. m.r Mat-on............ .........3.'> a. m.Ai i i1 N
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- 1111111 ;lI i I J-e i :overhauled.: The party is i siopi a great table lelicay in some parts I I ",,,'ionnti ..... ... S 35' p. m. Ar Atlanta..... .. .....7-1.111. m.Ar ,. .
1 1 \!'-!... !, ,.\!,-!\! .!\!\.'.!\!',. ,- '-oi' '. [ iu' :at Si-hmidt's: !o'el.: I I of Mexi.-o. ( "iii.-iE:! "i --... .... ... 7 45 a. m. -- - -- __ r. M
,; Steamers-V.SaA. o o I I Ar 'iMroit .... .. ...... <..3Ua.( n,. Asheville N. C.Ar r
-- .I II Itiruiingham ..... ...12.15: noon I.v Jacksonville... .....y 00 a. in. I .
| LouisvilleI j oee.HH..ooceo ,ass coaftsZse.yat o..oao+lt3cacri Ar h'us! ; C fire..10.'i: : a. m. Ar Asheville: ......... ... :700a.m :
4;, .\r Colorado ::Spring. .... S.I.a.m. .Cincinnati.... ..S.OOa. m. t .

I> andNashviIIes AND Constitution' S : \, '' -.. '"I! -til.Ill---- trill n-. Illi nl.Til ?!,.<-tririltl.jllt.( .-d l ,-o.l.-M.--.Unl (I'-,:lint I .aiaaaiaiaiaiaiaiaiai
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1.4)i 'I'1 rtulni' >:> -i\ition, : < a'nl I ,'''IIII'I| I.l.! 1 Inlurniittonr"nluunl.-at'' Mitt!II,
I I Railroad are now running betweenDAYTONA ; i J. J. McGEE C. P. & T. A.. G. R. PETTIT. D. P. A.. i

i i I Ii Jacksonville. Fla. U.
I i, ;;; ---- -- - -- --- ---- and IflrI.tt I JNO. L. MEEK A. G. P. A., Atlanta, Ga.STEAMER I ..


i Montgomery Route. ,, J!I I PALM BEACH i I 11 a 5 :ual I u nlrt uul u i .aaaaaaaeaaaaaeaaaacooaaaaaaaaaataacaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa U U Situate

Lv Jacksonville! A.C L... S.15 pm ,) 1I I, Ocean It
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l Lv Itirmiugham ........1.2: :! pm I! I I dr I : are large adnj a|

4 I Lvj"h.tll,, ................. 7.55pm I.!. : 'I Leaving Daytona Saturdays and : throtiuliuiM. 'I dii prnn:: -' in s;toriiiw. \\.i\< : on vice apphcatjaiaiaiaiai is

i I Ar 8t Louis I.. \ X..... '740am .: I Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. : a. .,.N ill-I I,* >'l 11 i!l'.i t!\ I !pill.. r.llll' "O WM- : i I bound South. i. r: ino.t a.! 1rai; ;- II
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i Dixie Flyer Route.Lv ; Leaving Palm Beach Saturdays i iI I SWAN I II

I Jaekcnnville, .\.C.I.... S.25 pm : I< and Tuesdays at 9:00: m. Write or Inquire on tbe Premises No 39 South Ridgewood Avenue.BOND .

Lv (Ch.ittunooga: ............11 37 am ( : i' bound North. I I
: LENGTH 150 FEET-281 TONS. I II : THE
Ar Chic>tgo! .. ............. G 47 am J] i I !'rln,'" t..511. .' Turk I ...........II..I..I..e............... .... I r

-- With excellent accommodations and service, lighted byelectricity I 5 Fresh milk,
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South Atlantic Limited. McCOY BROTHERS I and for cabin
: capacity sixty passengers
F. E. C. TIME I 'l'ARLEIN UU
.. : I If Mr .K. It. W"hht111" ,'alillt th- l>ailN \ is betweenDAYTONA
I Lv Jacksonville, A.C.L. S.15 pm ,, .-w, ortloUfor..' Mimitiii. iiiihtli.- will, EFFECT JANr4R\' i now being operated I Ii .
I! Knoxville: : >, L. .t X.....lZ.20 pm Uip' .eiitt-tl Wild 1 I two t ticket- > tin CrMalTlifUtP 1 9. loll .aiaiaiaii
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Ar Cincinnati pm !tJl'TIl r..t'OiI-n..u.:! .ws: S"IOII Uut"I'-Ht 1n i I'
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Ar Urand Rapid U.-I. um (! i and I Ii

Ar Loui-sville .... ............ S.40 pm J JAr '! Seminole LimitedSOLID j i :17 "" 7'' (51:4:1 !' $1, :141 :14 U... ...... :t :-+e....

I Indianapolis.............. 1.03am < I .. -- -!- -- --- ---- .
8' : 12! I I ii.r4)/ I V! :h J.d'diHn,iII 7 : : . ALMBEAC .
i TRAIN .p : lap 15p ::1"1' 7 'II :1 1)11 I '''I' : qty
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--- ---- - - -! .1) : p D.rgr St. Augustine I.Sp" d "'1'.1' 1Ii11a: 7 :-.a I II O
Electric Lighted Throughout. 1':4)I : : S 4tp; :01) 11 :s'I.'' 1 :.p'' UrmonJ ;; :::1' :1 s.p 11 tSu \0 t41t 4 4 Lt i .
I Three.first-class Electric Lighted v i I 12! :11I.1 .S Sip I ISp' It 411"" I I 1'p, ttattona :a I'.p :t 4911 Jl :Cix 1' :t.:11 4 :;aCi .
Berth Dining Cars ::! asa t .sNl1;.' I IS lop' : 1.x"s 4 17'1 Rut.Alcdge I_: Lp'' 1 ...JI0 n4)+ 7 7nt. :: t.1. :. j, .
I l Trains. Lights p15 CF 7 1:., 12! ?oll 1 12 :i., 7 .1"0 :'t." \\.PalmU..ch 7 L.4) \I 41N. :{ 4e, :t riot. .. :1',.
on each train a la Carte f A !lu J'a 2 :"tot au"I, 'l.'1' I 1.: 5.1' Miami :.7: f"a 14'a', ,.I.": ,; 1., I a American P|
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: This schedule is published as a matter of news to readers cf : and Intermediate Points through the Picturesque Halifax' : ..

t 1 I Louisville\ & Nashville\ R. R. I. the Daily News and net as an : and Indian River Route. I ...NN

I i.. \dvcrhsemcnt. Leave Daytona Thursdays 8:00 a. m. I

t T. B. WALKER. Fla. Pass. At.US CHICAGO ST. LOWS i Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8:00: a. m. ..
W.Bay St..Jacksonville.Ha.GROCERIES ; I ............... ........ o. .....o..o . e I :e. ...
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............................: rbL' rat: KIII / '.. ''!' n tin.. nt an.l 1"1..1'- LUMBER COMPANY .SI"R I Ii O
ln> t'ui. ln.inul.l in rtli IIlit' t''rKi'oltniiii .
I Manufacturers of( I \ MR. KOSTKUAC.KNT 0e Wen t
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I I Ai Si. Units 7 :n .. m, i 102 K.hACH; ST LAY ON:;A II
: nt "live and !tot live1 t priclat :I I Forptn.! . i : 5 .' ,1.' mil S 9 Laths. Shingles. Flooring Ceiling, Brick: Lime and Cement m Sick + I A Home
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1 i :. JOHN P. POLLITZ.aiaianiaaiaiaiaiaaaiaiai. :1 Florida rood tickets I'IilS.gt.11.ntUli i ..\--:NTh JU". I!lon'ol'I. Flu I i 'Phone 83. R. J. MALBY< Manager. : I: j I OPERATED BY THE GULF COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY- --j i ...

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l THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Page Five


r &, .'. - Mr ands: I. A Root, Duffalo, N" Y; I *..*..............................*........*.........*
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J Mr and :Mrs David :Mi-cksell.: Mr and __
C |HOTEL CLARENDON :
t HOTEL DESPLANDDaytona Mrs Clayton; Hackett Easton: Pa.

f: 1 NEWS OF THE HOTELS : SEABREEZE : I

(The best kinds of t. 1 I Florida i ik j FLORID :
L LITTLE BROWN DOG IS .
rket. Y'f: I -----
J NOW OPEN
I Il cent arriva s at tae Despland include CAUSE OF ENGLISH ROW. : Absolutelyow :

i H .\ Xf'\\ burg. IIIoc': ', N Y;

: k;! L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. .I Mr ard MI > \ J J *sm 11: Je me.te. Fa; Scu'ptured; Bit on Gift Fountain Starts : .. Fireproof :

R N Mi and M I's: F L Cab e, Sadtsky: 0; Big Rumpus. .

0 v i t Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all :1 I \\ F Ke bbtr-e: ar.d" :i.e, bp::nst : : "' Open 0 :
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condition. i : .' Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern : t neld. III I .
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my "The little brown dos;: of l/stterr.a:
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: Convenience. Send for Booklet. .1 : :
0 tt:. \\uliain Jackson and wife of Rotk: has found its way into the court.iftet. Booking Offices:
I E. L. POTTER President .
Seabreeze. Florida ,
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.. t f CONCERTS DAILY. ::i I It-lard: Ill.. :tl'r\'ieil Friday and are being the; soune of uiM-ndi'i! ? 'nn':!' .. : Hotel Blackstone Chicago
.' F I to the good' peopV: of that 1':ti;.:liacity. :
W. S
rage. .. Siuot;: of the Prince Ceo:ge ho:eMr \ 1160 Broadway, New York KENNEY. Manager
ATLANTIC F I-IanU!
a I Humiixr .\d lr" fcS: Jttll"h : SlIrru lIn-tt Pt.'r.lhod.- *
:. : Jackson is a prominent lawyer Some time ago; n \Il...s \\.ml\\( :';'it I i....... + +...+.* ++ +!+ +..+. ++!+.+....+++...
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.............. .* of Hock Island and an oU friend of I who was sn t'Dthu..ias.1cor'I"I"t'1I1| ; |, ., ---

C:.pi) C..1 Youns, of DJJ :oca Death vivisection prextnted H granite d-n: '!. eec..e.... .@ > '
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11.1...... .O.N N NN NN -- Ing fountain with a s-ulptun-d, d t...
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-\mOil? the visitors: to Dayiora at I to the Loroiuti i-oumil Cut in the Sarato a Inn .ODle.o..eO.Dt..I..1

I THE RIDGEWOOD tht time are Mr. and Mrs A. I stone upon which the tffirstuod; w..r,' I S

> J. Smith who are guess of the Dl& the word. "Ifo'it' to death bv t'j'i. JOHN J.
i i 4 pland Mr Smith u president of the section" The borough; council wanted: T1T E INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better m .

t te : E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. : McKee Glass company of Jeanette the fountaIn. but didu't [urtl< nl irlv' Florida. Table of the best of everything in season. Terms as reasonable as

tf I Pennsylvania care for the dfg btill. In aerepti"l i;: i the service will permit, given on application Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No, 112 i
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the hid tike the oth" Ih.
It to r
f NOW OPEN. one : .....................eoH..eece +t..N.ON I II4'C5
i fountain was set up In the n-cn':ntion
Ilecert arrivals the City hotel .

f'f'ays I All departments will be managed by white Northern help J are A \\' :McKay.a hmgton, D C. ground.1t'l.lkal the dog and: mule!students several ubje etf: d to tn. ......-I..O.NN........NN......................

sweating over a [ selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white L C Tricknor, New York City AV remove It. Thereupon pe.ia'! Policewere : THE BENNETT !
trying to &: .j Hull Bosvicn. Mass; E R Koehlerr aligned; to ;guard the (om y.
get i! help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied agara Falls, C L Phillips. Atlanta \\htn the new borough 'Qundl took : h.tl"1'11\t. 1 I.OUIDVNow . : ,
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on time when 1.1 1 oim fur tli thud i l ii M r mill r th- 114. 1.I) IlIhn"c.n1. : <'nt of \.II.no.II-: 0 .t' t
one I Ga. L, W \\are, \\' II Tailej. Jacksonville. office It sought; iH.rmlx sion to remove I.A :'IiI1'1'1'1'1'I | lor" art t I,! ..U.ii. :I h. Its i"ro.1t I i-, I III.'I-.h.i I III' \' r\. piirtti-ulur Tar .
! with all the delicacies of the season cooked and served by the the ohj'Ctlouable inscription but the It itur. in' rtup' IK, i' l.d.I. I, . 1111.,t 1II.i"\| >. II n 4.1.| MI h.t i:-. 11 ;g.: 111..1 I IIOIIK'tiki' 1 l
I; I i.tntu.ph( i r. :arid a It.'r.riIS. ;. i <.nlii\t i t..nn, ,, t'enL( :! nut,, (1 I. Itd: lr; ttuu.l. : ,n. i.ut Twotinni.oiirts .
i finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable I donor of the fountain would not consent c'r''I.:;' .... Hoi I IIII.t uIr( r 111111 i mi' ,nil t, April 0 S 1
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I : Recent arrivals at the Ridgewoodt The mayor made inquiry IH to : Summer Resort The Oceanside and Cottages Marblehead Massachusetts. : !

1C IRON j:| Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House Shelter Island N. Y. t ..ailude- S EUhberger H II \\o-: the cost of maintaining pollee guard ./...........NN..NNNNN.N.N................... !

................. ( ................................t. thington Jacksoiml: ; Samuel 0 over the fountain and found that the I
Duncan and wife C J Buchanan and yearly cost wag S3r.oO( Thi-j was: too .1.............oe....................................
- -- much for Itittersea. so on the maJor'sown
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-itilileisi.ii.i.ib1.................................1 wife. Indianapolis; Pa II S C Heghleu S Cannon and I motion the council adopted an I THE PROSPECT II I II
wife Spring Null ; order for the removal of the memorial:
r New York; Mr and Mrs.: \\' A Del \ This carried into effect at night '
THE PRINCE GEORGE was I I 109 South Rid g ewood Ave I II 1'
: wJer, Detroit, Mig II S Hyde, Ware I, The Jie\t dal c the metrical: students bad 'i _I, 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R station and Post-office.
DAYTONA, FLORIDA Mass{ ; :Miss Patterson Freuncks: a celebration on the site. 1 I Steam Heat ,

H'1 1. Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors burg Va. I action At the brought February against term the of Oattersea court nn f I 1 I P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor."The 6 6MN

.Ir, and Mrs M: .\\ Crenshaw and council to compel 1 It to restore the ,; .................... .................0...0.-.--.-- I

Irons and are i: Coneedfed to t be the best situated Hotel in this section. little daughter. Virginia, and MusE I fountain to Its original The fountain|osltlon> and will the be l'!! ........................ ..............................
Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. :. Webb, who have been at theGables on the calendar. .
I Sun Parlor. hotel for the .rx weeksor doe are now hidden In a cellar. SENECA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA :
StaOm. Orchestra. post HOTEL
I 1001 () 4 4I Battersea Is part of Greater London. : t'RNutt: I't'VAI.' \M <.H'tN NTH:

Steam Heat Throughout. I II more departed Friday on their It Is!: on the Thames The i opular .

I Whitt Help\ Dinin Room Will Remain QJtn: until May 1st 1 1I return to their home at Richmond, question of the day with the People .. ENTIRELY NEW. .
I > in V a. Mist, Virginia had endeared: her I there Is.I "\ro you for or ngalnst the : Albert Bennett Proprietor C. R. Bennett, Manager :

:tric Ice I f fo. lit 1'iixtona' rrI..t.|. A4t u>ttnr and I *tlf to many of the other guests of' little brown dog"< .. Phone In Every:
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hePrtn't>George PI''rhtht.'oul> l ruUnn'" : A M -. Ph aor :tics. I' opl Puni in.: \\"t r. St nil: II nt :
: the house and her cheery little pres-
I Palm Beach boats. 1'urtlcularg with pleasure! Room \V tait., H.'r\i.! Tlir"uuhoiit. ../?* .. Mr. Foster :
ence will be missed at the Gables.Recent CHEAP SLEEPERS IN SWEDENTen :
; Park. N. J. ..................................................... :.
i. : Same Management as THE BRISTOL. Anbury .-- ------ -- --
I arrivals at Schmidts horel Hour Ride Costs Passengers but .-..-.---.- ----.---. . .*******.*..**..***..**.***.**.**
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....... .... are F \\' Siheiuk and wife Mrs UraMkn 67 Cents. *
H H. MANWILLER. Proprietor
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---- - Miss Isabella \llen New The Swedish state railways: hare NEW SEASIDE INN DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA *

.i.iIi.i.................iii.0.i.......i.....isi....: York City. _V Uoutelle, Mrs:, Arthur three classes of farl"., the proportion :
In price being! about as o:3:2. heretofore :! This new and .de.t: .tI1l1'f '\ Ktil las lest) tttn: enlarged and reiu:Dished J
: +I (ole. St Augustine, Mrs U Ueaclnm,
only the first and second class) ipT'stn .: for the season 19:0.11: l Il' ntd: : tit: i .quir: .n: tnts ol its! growing patrvnae.! :
I GABLES 1 Mr and Mrs J Lau h1in, Mire.I:: I. Ma
THE NEW I : ;:irs line hlat'I't') !''* to SJKH'i:il :. Furnace Htat Hot and Cold Latl Electric: and Gas Lights Call Bells .
: IHHL! U "Fort Orlando, Mr and t
I fll"IIt'rs. also run b> the state railway : Rates S2.0 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application
Daytona Fla : I Mrs 1) I II I McLaughlin Oakland, t allr !. but now sleepers tune l>een olstt |>ui sums' i,." \," :" 1 1"r! 1 H I I 1"IIt-\\I.I" : lr I:. 'r'u,61.t, . N. .I I. *
i-4.1 i .1 \ and Mrs Lmd Mr and Mr-, thin! .
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- third! class :IXMMI,:"TS
F; 'f NEW HOUSE CENTRALLY : I;loliin. Mr and Mrs Lun t>r. Mr aid: I I1 In clays for cars formerly p were snppho l witt ..**..*****..*******.*****.*..**.**.********..***..**

: M -: t LOCATED CONVENIENCE EVERY MOD AND R M :', .Idntstoii.. Unkport.. Ill. only \\omli seats. these new car .wil .................0........D.40.....N...e 0.w....e ONI

.. ERN .. .. .. 1 ___ _ 1 \\eUonied bv third class: tru. Ur .

cladJLW'Y I'i COMFORT U. \'no! ., tU. recent arrivals at tat" by night I Ivy Lane Inn"A |i

i I'i Steam Heat Throughout : i.i ,in, :t ,i'etii' II I( Loof and dtiuh: ; pod The The nw cars seats are are comfortably upholstered equip ant

;ire. ('O'f'U;t X\' : Mr and! Mr Jauu *
I I.ll'orq. the compartments mike riuih fitsime Grade House catering to lie most! particular: : people: ( ltrallocaticD.
I High
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I'i'i t.. v w9s 4w e. ;.. S. H. MOSELEY : \\". I t., MJ-S, Horerce E \\ aloiih : Imprexxion as an ordinary fn>0 t
Proprietor. : ,\ ','htt>Jir. I"aIr; : and Mn E E: 1 or second class U-epcr They are brilliantly : S3.00 and S4.CO per da>- S17 EO and higher per week.0pen'November :.

; S Mint and child Harvard, Ill; Mi s I luhtwL .
I Till, 111't"lI.I!' .Th'lllalllllllIwl, l to May. WM. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor :
t 1'.1'1.. i N. \ .. .li 'nik" 'llllllll" i ot j r l' bin.;b. Jacksonville; Mr aid I The Icucth! of the car whUh rtst; :
1 l\'ll.\ i : Mis la'nt-s! Pe: <'k, Urooklju, N Y. : on two four wheel trucks. is T>9 feet .*+*****.*.*.*.*.....*.*.*.*.*.*o..*.*.*...........*. t tI =

LIMITED'S SOUTHEASTERN i' ..........i.i.is11...................................t. :tie and Mrs, \\ h Iln wn. Bwoklru; G Inches, and divided the width Into eight i it 10 feet coiupirt Tht> .-.etD.---..-...-......-""....- .................-.-.-...-..-.-... '.

Mr ;and shy \\ m tJo'di; : Pit;t.bur., ; cars are I
I New York and the East. each with two seats and Jh'lnroom : E H PUKD Prop
i i.i.ui.ii.ll.islsi.is..i.i.i.ri.1.1.1....rsi.i.,i \\ II Bell and Hiss S1: Hell! Ilit: meats for six erths, The ni!...le from THE SEVILLE Da>tona. .- Honda i
IvilleM = ..... 9.00 a. in .1..... : i t .P ;lie! Kv; Laurie VQlas: IVilite : the compartmentsruns I

I h.............. I.lOp. in uaid \\' Va; Marshall Cell shells"-1 which one enters side and 1 is GREATLY ENLARGED! SINCE LAST SEASON. _
.............. .40 mS alongside; the car's
a p. i HAMILTON ilk' Dr and Mrs, Elliott ll s
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THE : \ Ky; of the City
: about three fettIde. The berths are Surrounded b\ Spac.ou.. GIOUI K 111 the most dehKhttul.tit: !
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ton ....... ... "53> a. m. +
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re ...... ........10.02 a. m. O I tc I'll: IJ Riley. New York: Mrs II CTi by 2:: feet, anti there Is n sj>e< i ial i The <:u .sts rcvtive: tile bet the markets at'i'rd 111 t the d"ro.'r.' : and every
phia..1-::! 23 p. m i : New and First Class : I I. h';,;.hir. Detroit; 11iss1: 1 K Fisliu. cover put over the upholstering; n"< iomort! and cou\tuitn that a Atll\ regulated hotel ian o'ltr to the: public

Irk. ..........2.31 p. m.NVILLE : >,. Louie: I) J Ilvrnts) and WI tIi .. Sheets being; rurnl h.1. .V pillow, witt') ..s............NN..............0 OQt"-+99G9999+9GOQ9
n.-- --- : .Ui Fram B)'nit'S.11'3: t' II II a clean illlowta. and :a blanket ar" -; ;i
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ATLANTA i : : Ion, EIiZ
SPECIAL- ri Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells t-inert.: Mi \ei lion. N \; Mix .V IUtttjtv I' The i'rices for these sleeper m : I DAN I I.'NA H LA t. .,,'."i ncti,, ntaut. ;.:t- : ,,I '
: . .... low. The fire from Sto kli,; ..lm t t'. TI he Cleveland 1 1 .'t'd, table : i ..
Lcksonnlle and Atlanta '. Jail I sk :lU! \\ ; \r! KMu : very : tlt! Cllltrill: : Ir. :.a ;: I l

Elegant Roomith or \MthoutHathsMRS. : .\ : M Fh.: rev aid Mu* \It'.a \i;, fiothenlturc :"J'i". nule. co\entl) hi. ten! ,&lid h',: ." "': \ '' .." .. L t I' { ,i \\'. J. SIMI S'. Prop e : i
rifle .......:+.50" p. m Ii Ii1.3 U ,,':'. t kvt-ln. O; \ifndVlk M hours' Is $;S tlnnl ('Ia.-: ::. and) the .1..1.i .. eggs (' .. I.t' !,", r-t. .. : d'IL 1 : .!;!: (. I ., '
....- ,> n. in t'r tl fcet I.tests r" <' 'ntThe;: a' Gt'C: .iteasoi I
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PETTIT. D P. A.. i SCHMIDT'S HOTEL .1.1.II I The Japanese Cement: Sticks l'PIJ1l'lIt'oUlI'lnle the Japs. IIr-a ........NN....N...........-.e 0........e .......soe I "I SY
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i Henry Schmidt. Proprietor Daytona Florida : I I:'t'. .I It'an Neville gave art'.it d' a' I the cost "f pn-dihti)\ .>n. ""eeeG..eeeG. .... .......eeeOO4tI 1 I

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with bath Sleeping rooms 51KS.\ f D. J CC\lL\lINGS.' :
0 Ocean. It has fifty rooms single, en suite or : v.i: : fiidon recently b\ her beuitiuo .. ....... I I
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: vice admirable. Rates. $3.00 per day andup.L Spitial'ratts: { : terltantlies: : ..'. R *{
is 1 t': iis daring the ur.'hutr."trt < DR. SCHADT'S i An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct f }

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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS '
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Page Slir arrived today on their return to Cincinnati,I! ON-THE-HALIF i.n i. at Day1Beacl
ORMOND-
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Pierson / t [
.. . Ire == Newark, \. Y., to where they are called by the serious : L
/i. week from -
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:;':::j::" i@rfDr7Z ; : :Jj' ";/ .- : remainder of the ee.son mIll 5S of Miss Ginn'e MOKD19 5 milethof |
: : .. ( h( ; ; 'f. s:>end the Irs.Iaretta: .
1111 .'re:1Xt ,, :. : Cae.okte Roeo.tage Brooks, Daytona,
?r.!' home
; winter
; k f J < : NlA L.i.4Q. \ ?' -J Seabreeze at.- their, on Hali/as avenue, and ar? Brook's son, who was hurt in a rail-'. .M! on the west e DAYTONA Bl''
time arrived if the Halifax :
.;0-;. \: : J U'U News being welcomed by their numerous': road accident! week a and short joined hU ago.mother; 'he location previously anno

...::..- _'0 _. -:.':-, ---F- M I friends. I this ,n permits was celebrated
=- --= -- avenue cottage.: Mr. .
and -Mrs.::\ Person Lave with at her Seabreeze .ralnageand church Tuetday;
:Mr. j ji .
I1II' I LI- ,I them tluir friends, Mr. ar.d1r:3.: Van Brooks is still using crutches. t sanitation; TOOrmond off with great ejefcarxe.
__ hABREEZE and DAYTONA'BEACH DAYTONA N. Y., and :Mrs:\ i i i ii Ii levatlon Is sub and was
S two enterprising and CI Du_' 'r of Newark II and Ideal for (
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CHAS. F. SEABREEZE, : : "
progressive towns on the Halifax BEACHJames j II Prey of Taunion Mass., who are her : I ..i.ter homes.! A loyal 1loosiei. ;

BURGMANTHE Peninsula, are geographically i McCallie of Chattanooga, Tenn.. oc- for a brief sojourn. I IMr. II j HOLLY HILL i | !le bridge con- ""VrLV..,..drivet others who wer
incorporated as separate the pulpit at the SeabreezeCongregational I.aui'hl'n! are i .cts Ormond with () new or spesl
one although P AR IACY I I cupied aid Mrs. F. I;: /i :v (ours. golf nonce
municipalities. The towns parallel chtrch: Sunday: morn 'I the i jrn'ond Bench. Huh( Musltat the meeting
from house The
and south looking forward to :a visit! ; iv I 11 &.111
REAL for the distance peninsula of from north three and one- I F. Dobbin ing. The speaker gave a most interesting latter's father and brother: 1w.. j i: HOLLY HILL March 1-0. A.I. ..r Many,' maintained fine homes on, just I ant iicriKu now stopping thee.., '. dent Benjamin 11

half a to four miles, and extend east: DAYTONA Proprietor BEACH talk on the m'ssionary! confer Cook and !Eon Alb-rt, who will ar'i i I Hi hards. son-in-law and daughter: ,, 'Itln-r side of the '.t BKKTTON; ICALL S. chosen words oj
ESTATE and west from the surging seas of Usually epee heM at Edinburgh Scot'and lasyear rive from San: Antonio, Texas: the :i I :Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hardiug, arrived river, most of them Cot.BoorZ: was sung by U
MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the tide Halifax water Everything Carried in a First to which he was sent as a delegate latter part: of the we k.lr.::\ Cook :Is I[' Sunday. Mr. Harding se 'U'ed a position =surrounded by subToplcal lowed by pray

River, the beautiful from Class Drug Store and was Leard! by a large artappreciative brewer of Ind'ana. I[I at Palm Beach and i< ft Tues- flora and "A WelcomeMisses
them apart a big ,beside
sets shrubbery
FOR: that ON
; stream Daytona with which they have close Department Our Prescription Is Complete congregaticn. Dr. S. P. Leand! Justice H. G. i j'I lay. Mrs. Harding will remain until* thrifty orange and OIl WRITE ToIllORT Lizzie ;Kj
SEABREEZEHUUHSttEU communion by means of three In everyRespect Prof. H. Wakefie'd: left on t a IV son!: and A, T. Sims: spent Tue:dar I! Sunday and then join her husband !I 'th..r citrus fruit Vickers was

HOUSE bridges, as well as a half-hour ferry business' trip to Boaaventure! Friday at the county seat on business matters 1 I The Magic lantern show, depleting' trtes.Ormond. MACON l came in order
service. Phone 192BRANCH afternoon, returning home Sunday. Intent. I and Cook on their Arctic ex- has many paper by Irs.Iis.s .
and Daytona Beach are Peary ; ,it t ruction!s!I -excellent
Phone 177 essentially Seabreeze summer and winter re Miss Strother entertaired the COO( Mr. and :Mrs. Chas. Corryel':,,I Ip!orations. attracted quite- a crowd!' I automobiling, T i ) Beth Tiltcj"

sorts and are making hundreds of club Friday evening at her home in friends of :Mr.:\ and :Mis.:\ Waterson,, '( Tuesday at the .schoolhouse, where an xood fishing, safe God to Thee,

new friends every year among tho e Daytona Beach. arrived this week from Toron, Canada irrstructh and enjoyable! evening Ujiitlng, and munlphneant ORMONDIF ,by :Mrs. Gage, ij
: SONNTAGINvtSTMENT who desire to escape the discomforting &: L Z. Burdick has the contract to I and will be with Mr. and Mrs. spent. drives.At IN ANY w'AYiNTEREATED ing," by Miss.
and wa
cold
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1 extremes of heat and I cottage fcr :Mrs.: J.. I toIr.:\ Ormond Beset : ," .1
NICHOLSON build a six-room otherwise !oated. was torn garIaking
1 their hotels and boarding housesare Waterson until I Last week a son (10, located the large IN PROPERTY
now receiving splendid patron FEED AND LIVERYSTABLE H. Nlver on Bay street, Daytor.a. I :Mr. and :Mrs.:\ R. E. Olds: and two and Mrs. Chas. PneU 'lotel Ormond, and ORMONDOROKMOND IN talk by Dr. BoDe

age from the most discriminating; Much of the material: is already on i I daughters of Lansing, :Mich., are withI j A birthday party was held at Mr. ts, lesser! sister, the BEACH With You
COMPANY( class of tourists. the ground and the foundation work I :\ and :Mrs. George H. Sheits at i Peleifeon's Saturday evening to celI :;'tton Inn. The lie Will Give Your After the pro!
The ocean itself, with its marvelous All Orders Given I rUWf occupies a Hu<.lnf<, extent
about completed.Mr. Valley street. anniversaries of Mrs. s Prompt thou was
macadam and Prompt Attention j the Olds ('otta e on e rate the natal
hard as overlook-
Desirable beach, Beve.e,, I tosltlon Attention
smooth as a floor, is the greatest attraction Careful PrtvereFamiliurwithltood andIrs.. Wallace : Their yacht, the Reo'ar. 5t> moored at Peterson and Mr. Edmondson which :\4 the Halifax,and adjourn to the
Locations in although earth, air and sky friends of :Mrs. :MaryVakefield and hear; dock and Mr. Olds it* giving: :; i(i occur on the same day. Music and MIC Utter. baa as Its partake of a si'
any part of seem to have entered into a combi Mr. and Mre. Woodruff, of Okan! X. 'their. friends many 1 p ea:"a rt b at .rr. s refreshments added to the! enjoyment! ..tlook the manl-- Here the 50211preme.
SeabreezeOL to enhance its every charm. I visiting them at their: .:ant beach and the .
nation Y., have been of :0sere |
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automobile E. A. BRANCH | :: 01TUt.. danfternOC1l a party of the ocearfon.Mr Ss mmOKMOND
famous
The beach is the thi week.i !road: Atlantic.
home on Oakridge avenue > \ wins trip: to the Will stow, s were : Mr. and Mr
world's Real Estat Atca.tP..eltch I I entertained a and Mrs.
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race course where every I' from !;e,ldes tn! < brord, FLA.Manufacturer I
lreef Evansville, rtraight-away record has been! made, ('<,U:':;t'S i Mr. and :Mrs. Revere came over !1 iIb-et. An elegant lunch was served i here several days with their launch j j.Mr. i i iniooth beach there of two children,
Indiana, and continues tc i n "' ''.'l'laI1YSELDEN' I I'alatkahere they have inves'etl in arrived fr
Bealir *ze,Florida and all these reccrds 1! by the boat chef. Clejcg( left Wednesday for Ft. r- many drives for Pure Homc-Made man
f hold without rivalr-. of 300 to I I a young: fruit orchard. Th *y ate \erj I! Next week Thursday M'MS Gads: Liuderdi'.e, aldIN.: Clegs' ; went to ''irrl'i 5 5s and automobiles GUAVA JEUI. to spend a fe\\
The beach has a width enthusiastic over Sealretze and regret around Or- their journtMr.
h' return to Lansing, her lug
and be used (from two )Ids leaves cu r : Oriando to vlett son.
BlIRDICK 500 feet can hours before: that they did not come earlier: her school work, j of Kingston, WIUho'd uonddrirestonedhrouh MARMALADES\ AND) and Mrs
L. Z.. hours after until two :\lib. to resume Rev. Mr. Adams i ': Rrovs of'olden TROP.CAL .
CONTRACTOR!' high tide, thus giving an average of ,YTONA BEAC'l[ I! in the season. | after which a family party composed service: here in the schoolhouse I j oranges; PRESERVES cated with Minfaisula
and BUILDER seven or eight hours for automcbiling Dry Goods Shoes, I :Mr. and Mrs John IM-inchi and of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. O.ds: SI.-. anJ ; every second and fourth Sunday in, drives through trop- Special Attention to drive I
Ccttuges a Nlx'cla1ty) some part of ea'-h day.Beach each Men's CorrectWear young lady friend Miss Satt er, returned Mrs G. II. Shoots and Mr.\ aid )Irs.I' the month. j !<'.il forests to Rpiin- niCIIEMT Furnlly Orders / nlversary celebrcelebrating
AWAMW
Est'ma tf'S furnishedAll Seabreeze auD.1"tOIl3 from a we2k'ss.t: l I-!i ruins; drives to ;fPan Mr.
I Sunday
of will cruise to Palm: : left for Cincinnati : American :a.
Work nuur- have a permanent population approximately from j \V. S. Olds Mt; Blanch: Taylor .' the ancient Oau-
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Acioss poltlonBulTaloWest !
nnteed.Seabreeze. 1500.() Sanitary: ordinances The t'\t'u"llt. Inn I. at St. Augustine. Beach. i i Tuesday, after spending several i w:iy built by slavesf India EII|(),I. nlversary. then
.Florida enforced, streets Miss Lula Brooks, who 'e spending [lI ': t Ion-Charleston and
are strictly G. M. Goodwin, a friend of Dr. Le- days with her girlhood friend.,: <: "pl:1nt'n: of long Tx>ul lana Purchase versary laj
sidewalks arc well kept, and here with :tars:\ S. };. Russell to
and I the winter land and family, who stepped' off for A. II. Carter. !n, and drives K x jtosttlon,St.LonU anniversary 0
V. C. GRANT new streets are being opened as fasts de I A. VANDE VORD(1ontr I is visiting Mrs. llak* rand Maj. a short visit with 'them enroute fur- : Mrs.Mrs. .1. M. Dillon! of London, Canada !' 'II.' plantations oftio country" Tw
the increasing: population I >le settlers,
I Russell this week. left Saturday afeir.o for! Malcolm B. Heath: ,, and an elaboraj'
PLUMBER mands. Besides hotels and boardinghouses ctor forMASONWORK ther south, and brother, I whose! places are repvte -
Ga.,
Somervil'e
nr..cIldiillS there is ample cottage acco- Dr. Jas. Bryant of New Orleans to attend the Mardi ;i[ of Cranbrook, British Columbia, left with thelntr- IOUNDGROVtORANGES Mr. and :Mrs.
Water steam ot All Kinds: a relative of :Mrs.:\ W. A. Baggett and spending .-,t of Houthern tie daughter I''
Fitting modation for all winter visitors in Gras. i I i Sunday for New York, after I
165-2B both towns. Concrete Curhlngsbldt'walklJ,tote. Jas. P. Abercrombie, is spending the I Dr. S. P. Iceland returned Saturday I a month with their brother, W. : fruits and flowers. rived from St.
Bryant had been on ', on-of the most In- .
here. Dr.
the
lecturing
NA BKAOII I All the aUracivcness of Seabreeze DAYTONA BE.\ClI I season afternoon from a successful II. Heath and family. I tTi-stlng of these andiGrapefruitl to remain
IAJ RillA applies to Daytona Beach, the two :' the sick list for a long time, but tour before several Chautauqua Lodies j :Mr. and Mr*';. BUtch gave a birthday i! plantations Is at the son. The a:|
similarly: situated. I since his arrival the>Seabreeze ozou II III to cele-/ dwaters of the Cherry.
towns being so | in the state. I party Tuesday evening h"- -
PINJfHURST1Pt'nlnsula: The development of Daytona Beach FITZGERALDGATES I I has worked a wonderful cure, and hesays !I II i Leon L. Gillett and wife, who were brate their son's having attained his I Halifax and known Best Grown This week ting

has been fully as phcncminal as its & I Florida is the pace! for a winter i iI \'isitiugIr.: Gillette parents at their. i I! seventet-nith year.Wouldn't "<* Moundgrove. It Grove on 8t Anpu- of I'le To
of the finest
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DriveDaytona sister on tty north, and each year I I home. home Halifax avenue departed 1-4 on tine Automobile tion was t<:k<.
on the Kond 10 MilesNorth
Beach there is a substantial growth. Thereat I Mrs. Beulah Elder! ar.d young son, I to I or ngo proves on of members of t
I Tuesday afternoon on their return Be Swindled.Mrs. K.wt Oo ist of Florld -
Modern Conveniences. sand dt cues have been leveled who have been visiting' Mr. and Mrs. i i I HOTEL ORyonBeed
[ who ex
RatesReasonable. been LAWYERS I Carbondale Pa. I Newed would like a pound of i and Is amid very circle
; and handsome homes have Abercrombie,. left Tuesday morning fo I pretty surroundings Knox pct r.aal bazuur a1:
Mr.v.. ". Freeman built for both winter and all-year- Daytona, Fla. Tallahassee, where they will spend : B. F. Jobs is having a neat retaining :your best cheese. Moundorove; Is on use
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ma'am.Mrs. Deed CompaqBULOW
Proprietor I front of his Grocer-Yes,
round wall laid in the Du vtonn-HalntI ,
occupancy.
some time before returning to Georgi II Newed (examining It)-"Why, Po tofflce held at the ho|
I on Pine and Duke streets. Augustine road.
property
Mrs. S. E. Gilmore: and son, Roger, i
I 1 Vande this cheese I is full o: holes. I roun a> usua
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J j visit with friends in Se\ile.!} Vord has the It comes. I .n 'tiargel
Promptly executed at : I. Z. Burdick is reeling a t\\o- :Mrs C. E. Ginn and sster.: :Miss Mrs. Xe\Ted-Well, I don't want any Finely executed were of

iir / I I Fine J Job b P Printing Gazette News Office. I story building on Oakrdge: boulevard Grace Ginn, and friend, :Mrs. Carver of i I I of It. I'm not going to pay half for pound a poundof of Job ?Printing at I Tourl-t last nicer ::hub g !

I which will be temporarily nstd: for who have been spending couple cheese that contains a this olrA eating drte '

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y THE DAYTONA DAILY yEWS

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a Harry Horn were cared to DeLand 1 There was a large excars'.oi: : to long to be renumbered by all was '

..o.I I':. oa business Tuesday and made thE I Ponce Park and New Smyrna Tuesday closed by singing the appropriate :

Doings trip on bicycles.Mrs. I ,in Perry Williams' launch. song, Illinois.: I i Splendid Piece off I
C. E. Gmn! a sweet soloist Miss:\ E. A. George was hostess of IA
Daytona I The entertainment! given by Grace
at of Cincinnati, delighted the congre-. the card party Tuesday evening.
)ND.ONTHE.HAL1FAAIs I Church Guild, was the operetta: ,
Beach; gations attending the cervices at I The Illinois: ; pecple here honoredtheir

> 6 miletaytona a the Methodist: church Sunday morning i state by holding a picnic Monday "Seven Old Ladies of Lavender 1 i Property. i P

) and evening by her rend'ticn of at the ruins of the Span'sh sugar Town" Mrs. Boston appearing as

the wesiheHallfaj' Drive ; I "Jesus Lover of :My\ Soul" and "One mill. The in '. .
a iDAYTONA BEACH. March: 2.-As morning was spent : the Fa.iryIrs.; : S. } Cummings as *

t previously announced Indiana day Sweetly Solemn Thought" I games of various kinds, until dinner : Lightning: lIa kins"i.h his wonderful I feet Cor. Ridgewood and j "
'ie: locatloia 1128x220 f
On Tuesday evening at the
I next ,
s celebrated at the Methodist I was ready when :54 l gathered around
Straight
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permit g ;y- wes waxwork. Seven young men represented
Methodist church Robert: S. Holmes i the festive board to of the ;
Tuesday. The, affair pasted'off : ; ; partake
ataageaa3anltetlon' ; A
: '; TO 1. i fhUrch with great enthus'-Ason: and c!rclf.n.1 will talk on his: travels: around the, I delicious:; viands prepared by tha ladies ; the wax figures. The sing | Loomis venues j

ton Is so- : and was enjoyed by ; world, which he will illu-trate: with present. The table was spreadunder ; ing by the seven young ladies was I II .
foi OrmondI \, .:/stance, e
Ideal '"Boosters" and a number of stereopticon views. The small admission -I the old Live Oaks. After the very fine. Daring: the intervals o ;
iomesv A )J opal : I charged will be ai plied: on the I feast a : interring account of I be'l
Ind for the1'e very
lidge eon try ft f,1I' others' who were anane: tween the acts Mr. Lane: and :\ EDMONDSON & DONNELLY i
mond wlt.hIkach. O\'t"f tbltt neuCourse. drive.goU :. j or special guests: missionary fund, in which caise Mr.Holmes the old mill dating back to 1702, telling +l- rt- I
1. : Corry
She ardIrs. !
Music }pard sang
is greatly interested.The I
ne homei. 'Iub I house U at a.the b1 : f. The meeting was opened by Presi- chicken pie dinner': given by of the early: Spaniards, their their successful cited The hall was crowded and its I II 6......_..._.._..........................,................
iuu now ItoPDlng. ,rdent Benjamin Booth Tith a few well I tilling of the soil, and - - - - - -
successful" (
Ida tamed of the on Just it BHKTTON items: th.INN w y ; "chosen words of welcome. America the ladies of the :M.\ E. church 0:1: I:encounters with the Indians: and of I tertainments was one of the ever most given In; tLe: hail.l.I 'n'I' ............I.o.....e.I.I. fie........ .....oura/- ..-.-..
1st of them COL.BOGIE. .1 was sung by the congregation followed February 22 proved quite a financial: the final decay of the ml:!. The day I . .

ed by subI by prayer by Rev. Dr. Bowen. success, something over $83;; being: re-I, : The HANDPROPERTY : : Do you want to buy or .:
I flora and al;aed. -
rendered by -
ly.besldeirange ':A' iAVetcome Song I i rent t property t In :
andtrus CALL ON Hisses Lizzie Kurtlcy and: Velsna Me- iI I : 5 :

.i fruit OR WRITE TO Tickers was well. received Then ,I it's a New Book, i : Daytona? !
MACONORMOND 'amepaper to order fiv -minute taks! a I LPORTORANGEPORT I I
1 has many '.'" by Mrs. Campbell, reading by j IF I it's a Souvenir Novelty : SILVER BEACH o I : We have the cheapest : _

arexcelomoblting- T Tilton song "Nearer My and EngravingCALL : j S and the best. :
ORNT N ;JII.se. Beth: \\.1 it's something in Stationery '
to Thee" collection: recitation ORANGE, March 3-Mrs.( -
lug, safe .a God $7,500 buys one of the best residence a i
aDJI manyrites. ,)1 Mrs. Gage, paper:' on "Sugar :Mak- Warncck and two children of In : Extending from : I : on Ridgewood Ave. Completely : ;
IF IN ANY WAY :."'lt1g," by bliss Walker sons on ""Su ON OR WRITE i : River to Ocean
end Beach verness are visiting; her mother, Mrs.\ si I.: furnished and located on :
INTERESTED ; cpr Making. ," by Miss De'a Walker I. I
the large IN :; John R. Crow.Harry I corner lot. Call on
PROPERTY "W.
IN I II .
closing eong/'God
Bowen I
Dr.
(inond and ORMOND ":;,,talk by I FOR SALE OR RENT : .
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1 the OR With You Till We Meet Again." i Bevan of Terre Haute, Ind., W. B. DREW CO. : I.
sister ORMOND BEAOH "r Be The H. & '
[nn. Theecuplfs He Will Give Your ',i After the program a cordial: im.ita-I. visited Dr. DuBois: last week. I : M. L. Waggoner : _
a Business Prompt ;:-'tion was extended to all: BINGDAII 1 S THOMPSON 'I' a
ovorlookj&llfax Attention basement and. Mrs. R. Dade of Orange City, fe : I I : S Office People's State Back. .
church
to the
,and _. adjourn visiting: :Mrs\ II. K. DuBois. W. St. Jacksonville -
has as Us partake of a sumptuous feast spread. 45.49 Bay ....oa.................... .......R.........i.11.I.IA .. i _
Mrs.' Chas. Fozzard: was hostess oi
the mngnl- *-,'Here the social spirit reigned supreme. - --
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1 antlc.the brol'.d.each , FLA. j f : "..)fro and Mrs. J. E. Kaufman and :Mrs: Hale, :Mrs.: Powel1i: ?* i AND YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND
Mrs. J. J. Kauf-
there Manufacturer of I F.t two\ children and Reed and Miss\ Bangs. I SATISFACTORILY.We .
drives for Pure Home-Made {. _man arrived from Miami th's week I !
There quiet wedding at the
was a
and aatoitroand I .to epend a few days before continu- anZ1I
GUAVA JELLY Pattillo! Sunday
Or- f tog their Journey north. home of Rev. J. L. Stocks '
when S. J. Wells' Jr., and
band
j-jIres evening
MARMALADES ANDTROPCAL ;' Mr. and Mrs. Retie;; who are located are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin I
I groves; ofranges ; with Mrs. "WakefieM: on Pe- Mtes Alice: Hunt were married by
; PRESERVESSpcclU i. Rev. Pattillo. Richard Sparkman China and Orangewood, New and I
had pretty anniversary
|oughtrop-:: Attention toFutnlly .nfaisula! drive A very
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best and Miss Lena Sparkman,
OrdersIORLT man
tsto Bpnnf celebration: on the 22d, first
Novelties.
*WABM .. Wes will Exclusive
f drives to 1.PanAmerican T' brldesmaid.Ir. and Mrs.: _
; Reese's birthday an-
}s.SitlonButrelo:: celebrating Mr. [
lent CILUk't : make their home for the present
West India Ei.i.tionOharleston Vniversary, then their! wedding anni- I
by slaves Sr.
with Mr. and Mrs. Wells
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rs! of long Louisiana Purchase -marY and last but not least the
El I drives to EiposUlon.gt.LomaORANGES :- anniversary of tLe "father of his

Cations of .' country." Twelve covers were set We offer subjectBonds to prior sale and
Ie settlers,
served.
and an elaborate dinner
laces Ihthelater-are re IOUNDGROVt t )lr. and Mrs. C. L. Backus and lit AutomobileOn advance the following Stocks

(outhern r.. tie daughter Dorothy, of Illinois: arrived Aeroplane vs.
id flowers. f from St. Petersburg this week and Bonds, complete description E Eof
t he mosUn-
;r- to remain the rem cinder of the sea
of these andGrapefruit nonThey are friends: of Colonel which will be furnished on
|>ns is at the n I Famous Daytona Beach ap-
ITS of the .. Cherry. "
land known Best Grown 'Th.is week there wil! be no meet- plication. :ii iirta
grove. It Grove on St.Augustine ing of the! Tourist's 'club. This: action -
the finest Automobile was taken in courtesy to the -
ires on the Bond 10 Miles .
"t'of Florlj North of members of the Seabreeze Sewing + .

j amid veryirroundlngs HOTEL ORM02JD ,circle who expect to hod: their: an- . .
'' Seabreeze that day. '.: .:.. .. .::. ..... Aet'
Beed Knox r.nr anal' bazaar at '

rove toxin.is Saint on Beed CompanBULOW ;1 The next meeting of the club will be .'. t r .:' .. 1- ..'"'
of Mrs. A. S. Har- r.
Po".tofflcePrinting geld at the home .' ."
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roun as usual Friday :March ::. ,"
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Mre. W. S. Holmes and :\\1 rd. Tift ..., !
were in charge of the program at the _
Finely executed ''last meeting of the. Friday Afternoon g .it .a -

. atthis lourists club. An unus al.}* interesting .,' $27,000 F

j office. ,- afternoon was enjoyed. A .i aS

.-.reading by Miss! Vunde Vorde, vocal Daytona, Florida, High School
Mre. McCann:: and original
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lPoem by :Mrs.\ W. S. Homes: were the ;: 5s, dated April 1, 1909, due ::

f. principal features. ., April 1, 1929. Price $103.05 :;
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,? Mrs. Rose Hamler of Frankfort
r jit rind., who was sojourning at ::Miami ;E and interest yielding 4 3-4 per +

S: arrived recently and has joined Mrs.:: cent. Interest April 1. _ _
H; J. C. Young at the *:Mot: hous ;:
'' Miss Edna Keating celebrated her
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'. eighth birthday Monday: at the home $900 ;

of here paernts on Seabreeze avenue,
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: by having a number! of h r young

nue friends in. The usual anniversary; Florida East Coast Automobile ,

[ program of games and a b'g birth- a rb ,
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I It ... Association, first mortgage
day cake was enjoyed. Ii .
; E. A. Branch has leased the IHKon: I car bonds, 6s. Price ;$100 and ....,.

if 'cottage on Ocean avenue to C. lit as- :-. .6 cent. r.ti w.: '
: interest, yielding per
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spendIng
oner and party, who have been _W 2
the whiter at (Ilenwocd, and : =?3 Dated July 1. 1904, due on or ,

wish to enjoy the ocean nrth ozone. for a I AVIATOR J. A. D. Mc-CriUY IN y.. before July 1, 1924. Interest I .... ;
month before returning: I '-aa I.
Miss Lois \'an Valzah, who h .s July 1.

been taking music and vocal tra!nins: : Exhibitions in the Air 1I I 1-cr I' 1 1R

In, Philadelphia has returned: home. Daring
Geo. Ladue of :Michigan: friend of i $2,000

C. C. Bishop who stopped here Loth I

going and returning from :Miami left
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on tour his through return home the sta.telr:Monday.:: In Ladue his The Biggest i Aeroplane EVent Ever Held in the State of Florida 6s, dated January 2, 1893, due + .

says he found no place he liked: as I will be the Exhibitions at ;e January, 1913. Price $100 i :

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well as Daytona and vicinity.Mrs.
and interest yielding 6 per cent.
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and. Mrs.W.Wednesday.Darby King on who their t tC Is spending trip to Orlando his !.I DAYTONA MARCH 28, 29, 30 Interest July 1 and January 1. I I .x ..


first season here is erecting a two- rt -I'

story, eight-room cottage on his I ;Jo $240 11

beach lot, Ocean avenue, Seabre-. A total of five flights will be made in three days the flights to include a race on he Iu'urh! I ..

Robert Crawford has the contract, the fastest automobile that can be secured and a flight at high altitude over the Halifax Stock of East Florida Telephone ,
which calk for completion by early with
with and Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. I Company at :; it Y
fall Mr. and Mrs. Darby are river and the city of Daytona par.

friends at Weaver Den but hereifcer. to be given under the auspices of the Hotel Men's Association and the Day- I"'" :R.' 6 t ip
are
These flights jl ,
expect, to spend .their winters in Trade and special arrangements have been made to accommodate the crowds. ; 1)) ;
Seabreeze under their own roof-tree., I tona Board of $500i

The Lamours met in regular s 6- .I

sion Friday evening and elected! the EVENTS Stock at 75. ,
THE Peninsula Bridge
I TO SEE
following officers:. President;; Bern- NO CHARGE i w a,. I l }ll e -

fcardt vice president, Oxh- I '
i Schmidt; Winter Resort in the 'furM.po I"I e:
(iiI- I The Prettiest
See
ran Keating; secretary, Harry A Splendid Chance: to Daytona
IlL more (re-elected); treasurer, Ernest - I Z
Earl C 1 :
Johnson manager,
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torney. Jack Strother; librarian: ; and
I Steamer :a
critic! Alfred Strother.: The members The New Excursion .. :

of the M.: M.\ C. were guests of SOUTHLAND TO THE PICTURESQUE TOMOKA CABIN : ;:: .
the evening. At the adjournment of ; 1. Ilcr
the meeting, by -invitation of Mr. .
Johnson the L mours and their: EXCURSIONS. l

guEsts: were treated:: to ire cream and L DAILY --- ---- -- -- __ i CONRAD.OA REALTY TITLE I, I yy

cake at the I urftItrors: : tlu election < H tTt :Servi.n,. --Hoard: :o"ILratl'T..ilo-t( : , for' 1.1:1", :.. w. I ;' ntl-men' W ith ,
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Elegant ;
harpily falling. on 11:5: hitImdyanniversary. : : \u the I',+pular Pri'T. of $100 the Round Trip. r fI s
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and DAILY :TIME SCHEDULE AND
Wa'ker
Mr. and Mrs.: Wallace : Leaves Peninsula I5riup.(!:,; :> akh> f '\\1.00' (* a. m. ,, ( at .
: family on Saturday moved into their: > Leave? Prince C-eorce Dock. Daytona S:.;0 a. m.. Leaves! Ormond Bridge-, Onu. <>n COo .. new cottage on l Palmetto avenue a Leaves Central Bridge, Daytona 8:53: tm. 3:30: ). ; I' 1 1i
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BRIDGE
atY MaD."' says: "Bike Lamps are WEMT KNI CENTRAL: -fit
GENE JOHNSON eeeirj PHONE 142-2 RINGS. .
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IT IS ANYTHING IN I: :r BARNES ;, . + + +
IF Who Said 1CORSETS. : *
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'. Hells! Htntlonery and School Huppll.'s, +

I. : there are no Cranberries : .. Tjiwwrlters.I'honoaraphs.; Crockery't'wln Olus-twnre Machines,, .. i 1 Thompson's Glove-Fitting Corsets. 4' + day. Not
LINENS ,, ('utl..r,'. Fishing Tackle.! Toys and II ature.
: or Harrington HaIl : .,, Notion H. & W. Brassiers. : +
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I .. i i : Coffee in town? We : BARNES rU I Misses Corset Waists and Ribbon Girdle for Bathing r + .. + + +

E that, are looking for come to the Big Store. We : Will new frame Picture Jls a .
you : have both.StIEPPARD'S jour You will find a complete! line of I*, tU -s"! JJnthlni Mult-. shoes
: >our f iiiip< : have just what you want-every kind and price, ,, .. .e jour"Haws and other Tools, and repair I and fup Also Ladles' and :Mlsv I{"ad}utade. Ires.esatThe .
: almost anything thut (out of whack : \ Sixth Sea

Y :. and our prices are right, too. .. I .. In fact for any want cull on .. I Chas. E. Gardiner Co. J

GROCERY : BARNES : : :
An order for 25f nt on this store will be presented Henry.chniti fit ,
The Peck Hendricks Co. e : THE NOVELTY MAN : i he will I ,'allnt the I hill Xevnofflce before Monday night. |A'jOUR

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.U3emenIS I'I I I II II : Headquarters for je DEPIIITHREATEN

Bicycles ] All Kinds of Fresh Veg. :

: etables and Fruit : :

!f ;' ) i I cnmpe.1 :. Poultry and Eggs a r

1 With a complete shop and : Specialty. ,
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NEW ( tent help we can do the most .
t1w; I t satisfactory work. i :. Phone Orders Promptly Filled. S


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EXCELLENT PROGRAM BY THE ,
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Opera Company I I CLARENDON ORCHESTRATHEMOCK TROUBLlURDAY

TRIAL ANNOUNCED FOR :
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I Daily at230L.P .". MONDAY NIGHT.
ORCHESTRA.A HEL]
__ The annual musica'e of the Palmetto !-

"' iZ club was held Thursday after
Sno E'.7R1flO
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CAST PRODUCTION OFt noou. March 2, Attention: was: called

P1ETRO MASCAGNTSCavalleria I i to the noaunating sl.rs.: requestingeach t TOWN -j

1,, 1 active member to get one after CAUSESED

1 H. :M. Settle manager of,the New' DISTILLERY EXPLOSION; I the club meeting to 'be returned at CHILDREN'S EYES

Rusticana Method Contest: company now engaged THREE MEN ARE KILLED.; the next regular meeting. AGAI
I Cannot: be too carefully safeguarded
in conductig a contest' for the The :Mock Trial to be given in the
I LEXINGTON Ky.. March 4-Three for they (have but one pair to lasta PULLS G|
AND
Gazette- ews. was in Xew Smyrna school auditorium under the auspices
men are killed and two fatally Injured lifetime. If there are Indicationsof
today on business.Mrs : of the civic department, was announced -
by a ,boiler explosion at the anything wrong with your cUld'i TY ANDBEING
of
Rose
The .
Auvergne. for Monday evening, March
A. B. Foster t>entertained at lilackburn-Gamblmg distillery this I 6. After the. announcements Mrs. M. I eyes bring him or her and I will fit I
: morning. them with Glasses to correct the i
her home
bridge Friday afternoon at
t Huston chairman of the music committee
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trouble. If medical treatment Is necessary
A report
en South Ridgewood avenue in honorof I introduced the Clarendon or-
Mrs. I. A. Barnes, of Minneapolis, i BUBONIC PLAGUE CASEDISCOVERED chestra.C. I will tell you so. clock thisCarleton

Minn., who has been spending the I AT ODESSA.I is
r 1 Edwin White the very: able:Dr. Neville H. Clark .
winter in this city with ,her sister. A swamp ne
OD1s8Jareh: 4-A case of Bubonic leader announced the program, con
Why Have Your Jewels Mrs.V.. 'E. Blodgett and will lea'e'in the. posse Is I
follows
plague was discovered here today sisting of ten numbers aa : Optometrist
a short time on her return north. I
I and every precaution is being. March-Under the Banner of Victory
/ Seven tables were engaged and StolenWhen I taken to prevent a spread of the dis by
III i:, very pleasant time enjoyed by a'.llpresent. : i I ease." IJaccarotte: : Tales from Hoffman byJ. through the

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we have th-.sc good SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES for rent by the I! Offen'oach.Selections ail
allot
uty
month or the year. Come in and get one before it is too late for we know The house boat. Harmony Hall. WOMAN LOSES VERDICT from I La .llaglacci.: by I ton charged( ]

not the day nor the hour wh n the thief cometh. Don't forget the place.PEOPLE'S II which has been cruLslng in the lower FOR BREACH OF PROMISE.: Leon Caval.o. GOODSWe tit large.Carleton .
"Every Little Movement from
coastaters: for some (it.mtis: again ,
lYORK.. March 4 Anna :Madame Sherry, by Hoschea.
here anchored off the Prince George tl
STATE BANK Crunspan today lest herut! against Quartette from Higoletto. by Verdi. --= -- -.- man giving
dock on her return. The f harmony I ----- locked up li{
1-g William Eng'ishVallins for $100.000? Vocal tioo. "The Hosary. by
Hall is owned by Cai>t. William Hus jail
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. for alleged breach of promise. The Xevin. rendered by C. Edwin White. comity
ton, of Columbus, who has many I I are carrying a completeline at Espanola
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I jury returned a verdict in Waiting's 'Come, Come my Hero from "the
President"H. P. I.":I.\=\'" II. O.I-.IU T. >1. t'AItTKK:
friends in this easy Lie i-s accompanied of Grea (Groceries in-
After the ]
Y1.;.- ..<,hl.nt".H. B. I-\: L\\="' M. f.. \VAi<;ONKK. I IA\'or. i Little Chocolate Soldier" by O. ;! .
by his dau htp.r.Irs.. J. J. I made their
... elnding
I I I String; trio serenade by Victor :
Thomas and other JUem[)' rs of thefamily. but h|
were
j i! WHEAT LITTLE DOWN I llerbe t. .
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II riiiii - -7 4 \ 7LOCALSANDPERSON4LS I G. I). Dawes ,a director of the PROVISIONS HIGHER. I llrJquet."Alma Where do you Li\e'* by Golden Wax Beans lodged
II CIIIGO.Iar'h: 4-The wheat The verdict
I "My Heart at Thy SweEt Voice: ,
I Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway I Green Beans
II HaJ
market opened( weak and ::.8 to 1-2'' from Samson and Delila by St. charges
I and president of the Central
II lower and selling and weak I double inuri
heavy
I cables.
I Trust bank of Chicago who stepped I Scans a song for cornet rendered by CucumbersCauliflower
over at this: place about two ( May was quoted at $.S9 .-S"I Mr. Bona, accompanied by orchestra. men as behj

I w<-ekt> ago when enroute to Long | Provisionseresharply hi her.J3): I!|I The vocal solo was also! accompan- The trout

.H x A 7 rn Key with his family anti a party of pork. $17.;;0; lard. $9.17! ; ribs. 90. i i[ led by the full orchestra. <-d at 110611 I.
I II I Hogs opened five higher; and cattle i Each number was well renderedand the result cMrBarme
friends in a private ear, was here [
Rev. .Oscar Ma I I 'l ;ain on Uhe return north from Thur I II the ClubIusj.'ale:\ of 1911 will
J Island, will conduct ladies' and I
i' llempstead Long gent's wearing apparel liquor. Af'J'
I II day night until Friday afternoon.. : long be a pleasant memory.
i the. Stind ly morning service at at the Bee Hive, North Beach St. 37t I .<< Chinese Hero. PeppersThey the town
I Dawes is relative --
I I a or connection of I
the Congregational church. the Messrs. m 'lU'er ,ot this city,i At Loping IIMen is a statue drapedIn -Seven passenger car to let and and placedSunday
**There are two tickits tio the full dross of a mandarin (the pu automobiles stored at reasonable mo I

TOtt SALK-Launch Xtxlalme, 712! Crjt>Jal theater :Monday night at the''I' and sjtcpt'td ov r here to see them.J. I ring or police master) named Chin. ratts. SARATOGA 'X GAKAGE. are Always Fresh. take the ii\\

'by 26:! ft., 10 h. p. Flay & Itowen engine Daily News office for :Miss Dorothy I who ,pave: his life for the people.( Aa lUione ll:. if at h...iKino :

McDonald's boat yard. 45-lts Purdy. E. Tliens. ot the Thous F'UrI.oi.1 I exileIio was in the camp at Jao- I --.- M
I i chow" and ;;rho owed the hsion (districtmagistrate
I -- ture rweiv I
te'efiram
company. a i
i! I The Writers. the nirn" k.;|
.
Lenten services will be herd! at the Christian: .scieiue services: are hed! i i Friday opening, announcing the se-i a irrtuljn; rode a blackhorse I Instru, 'eon
I i to Loping and having killtnl the DAYTONACOLD
residence! of11': and :Mrs. George I. at tho Palmetto club house Orange riots illness of his mother: at :Mnul-l ,.. j T'aul II"Yt': the German: novelist. | With Ml.
h!"ien. ;:ul i; !h: k for ihc .r"odluw roll
Farrell eahreez( Wednesday. :Marc) avenue Sunday mornings at 11 o' I: tile. Ga. where she:; is making; herj I call next mc.rning the murderer I who won l last jeer's XulM'1| prize inIifenntnre STORAGE CO.R. rested UtIrplc >
: Dr. Mc- clock. Testimonial meetings, Wednesday ,home with anoth' r :son. Berth C. J. i I is rei-'iTli7.c't1 !
Sth and l-'th> at ;3; p. m., by i could n 't h' found unlt.1'S rann from m a tua..t"I'nr o '1(

Grath; of Ormoi.d. evening 7Sft::: ; weekly lession.subjoi i' Thens and I';. C. Tomln.son were at I the cipiiil that :i l.irre miiiilMT of tin. I ttis art In his .tWO ltilgrtge.1 n. : D. JOHNSON, Mgr,' w b urdaulllhell

-- t, "Man." I Miami: but Mr. Theus tplegniphid p ..1,1.| | > !vui.rikl lie killitl. To prevent has bent a writer for sixty: years. !' wh h to ,
tht ill and toning the in I The death of Ludt, and
"Dr. J. C Herman. Osteopath. ston1 chargeof this -l.iusliU-r of itiiiiM-ciit folk: the I'U Kiplin--t f hDon't pre a tl
I *\\'.\ >-Position as chauffeur.! Mrs. Tomlint-on. departed} thin i iI tin::, a :z nl ,.111! 111:111. said l he stablstilthe mother iu the early !M>veuties u..111 ,Ii _ :f h

I ;2ty! \.u..P.n"tlnJ-=Phone:...;;:.::.:-4-,- ,Licensed in Pennsylvania. Address 1 I morning for )Joult.ritrs.. Theus I h-ii-ii ifti-r. a few \\Ol'un'r! ties ares the fit flint the son i.,.:,Irlr!: i:1) u'tt1u 'I.u

'l:. O. Box C7 Daytona Beach, F'lai who i is advanced in years, has been t A\ine "'up*, ami IH was ..ua..IIU.nll.| j. tw'iit.five. years fj.r his first lil., -r : j )

t, Attorney T. K. Fitzsera'd has received \. 9.SOJtr. sfruktn with, Inaralbis.[ ; I l -Ie.ad| !.a|. Xi resident of the district air sie (('ss. I Is still (.zsentially n yl''I;a i;:! YouDare /I.? ., ow .., ,
an announcenit of the marriage : -----. Woiiltl deal the fiit.il blow. l hut an ititienint mln.s n matter of (n.-.. he is .nh : r
L I ... forty-th .,IJ. I I -n 0.1
of t his sister. Miss Mary A. and :Mr5.:: Edward Xeel I of .lililer or bamboo" worker did it years
I, Fitzgerald, to Harry Zimmerman at I"in ch\'Ult', K)., friends of :Mr. and 1"if1thousand vote s in tiLt Ga- I for a -vvirtl of 4O taels. Tradition IdithYbutun, the novelist( was !: .\\ p' -"..I" Io
z'U(>-Xews Great Popularity Contestare add tlitit li.. was !struck& dead by lightning Lon in New York in IsiJ-J: and m.irrieil : ""
Stillwrat. Minn. The wedding} ceremony 1Ir!. Wm. Hall of Xt rth Beach Go
<
i! I I to be given i away this week to! ; after len'in;.:the execution ruuDd. IcInd1I3rtun: of K>stou in its, : u'U,
was performed last Tu'tda11' ; )'. street, arrived Friday: from the west
I the contttetant: securing the mot I -('Wrlf se Mercury. ICs; :;. Her first st..ry was publishedin taut' tiTh
:\ apd Mrs. Zimmerman will make .(roast accompanitd by some friends
1"05)!). Sine-
I totes during/ e week ending March that time her Industry f 'h ?
: home at Stillwater. S and are located at the Glenn near
their
/ !9tl). Be sure and subscribe and help I Sameness of Opinion. has never Hacjrul more than a dozeii '' w KJFres:-
:Mr.: Hall's residence.:
.
F s your favorite to secure a good lead "I suppo>e." said the young man volumes havinz: r-onio from her pen ., ? 1,1l.k.

I +B iIding lits for sale s ynth sideLive 6 in the rare for the $-4.0 piano whichis .. with the soiled collar and baggy; trousers though "some of them were not btories In . use
Bargain, qukk eale, :% acres
but ret'ord- of
kt..II).itrHr"and wet of room cottage in city. Enquire Ed- offered a.- the grand prize in the : as he sat down beside: a stranger travel. Can i..,) tt
I railroad: tracks. Conrad-Bullard Co. contest. 75otRev. : ; on one of the park benches "you would
I mondson! & Donnelly or Chas Konney I
1 7i-Ct-eod t ( not take me for u member of a million
I I I I Soabreeze.; 6S-tf ---- aires family would ;you?" I. Your labor only may be sold; your
I S. B. Rogers, corresponding lout mnst not.-IJuskin.
---- \o. answered the BATHING
stranger aftt-r
Dr. F'. II. Houahton gave a pleasant I of the Florida
secretary Baptist
convention i sizing: him up; "frankly
i entertaiment with his Victor Saturday Candy sinking. I ._
i: : 1 and of the Florida Bapt.: >t wouldn't." I ---- --

.talking machine Friday: evening at the Sold Today at29c I I :Mission Hoard will:l speak at the Baptbt -I "Xt.ithl'r would! the millionaire," rejoined ....e....................o

Holly Im( school I1CUe, which was church tomorrow evening: at 7:3': the young; man sadly. "I asked j Beautiful Without
greatly enjoyed by the pupils I of that I him last ; I a
o'clmk. Rev. :Mr. Rogers Ls a pleasing riisht.-St.; Paul Pioneer I

school and a number of the residentsof I : speaker and is at the head of Tress. i I Home Sites ]
the t( \'n. Ir) HoushU: : hair a i ii i ilI"j
the i
Baptist state work. In the morn-

t. great number of vry fine recordand -- :, :u.s the pastor will speak on The> I Stuck ta His Bargain. I Ii ,, .. ....h "" Life GuardOnly 2!

is :.genoroun in sharing a good i A POUND New Co\enant." A c'ordial'k'.met Exasi'Riieil I'nnliasfrDidn't jo-: ll.' I :" lot>. fO! ", !
thins with his friends and neighbor: guaranty; that this parr-.t \\ulll' .
10 .
j \t i.dtd to all. i -' "!' :i 'lir nil' I I. I.'e. .
1 The Purest and Best Candy made I I, i cat every w"rd he heard I 1.' I-" .' t.;" !' :un. iln ,I-, ,Ix. .
for that Bird Ii . ..,. .. 50 Cents Scl
price. HitlerCertainly 1 did. \ ''I; -- J' I: :". '1-, on.r
"LOST-On beach about 2::U"i:" i "P.ut be doesu't o. .... 'I ,,'.1 ',,-. I"" :." i
repeat a biusU"He -
Thursday afternoon, a long, black,: buys a furnished Beach "
ladies cloak. Floaae leave a'Church's Sold oal\ atYoung's S5500 0 0- street residence; 8 rooms word. I ; : TlHANK
IT
and bath modern reH-is| ('\' .r> \\ .r,1 he b.>.ir-. : WILL PAY YOU TO IN-
drug store and get re!\\a: lilrs. ; improvements : CO. .
: lot 50 by about 290 feet. Ad- t.ur he ne I'!r !ius .am H.' is a> d'-of VESTIGia. THE FOSTER
.. TE.
E.. :';. JELK. 79.-2c II I II Ii 1 1I Pharmacy ress A. B., care Daily News. as a ini : !
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