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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 6, 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: VID00233
Source Institution: University of Florida
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[ + THE[ DAYTONA DAILY
:, 1 General) fair. tonight and Tues. +
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Girdle for Bathing Every Evening Except Sunday Daring December. January, February I


Bathing ftult,Shoes '
|admade Dresses! at DAYTONA FLORIDA MONDAY MARCH 6 1911 15 Cents per Week '
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Irplt'nted Henry Schmidt RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT and Havana Smokers
if School Supplies, Stationery
,day night : HOT SALE W. H. WRIGHT :: :: DR.BOUANNO DOSPITUad SlNlUR1U1 Books
; V RED ; First Avenue Dayton,R.. PRICES Only first quality well cured tobacco -
: Painting Twenty-lx !aut!!:>. alrv rooms.newly used I
...-. F. ".. to Reduce* Stock furnished Rod tilted throughout with I'I potltion toTivat You Right. I GEO. H. CLARK
Paper Hanging
,. at' all allhorplt.lconvenl Thoroushl tt I":s Be Your Jewflers Vet Cave Manufacturer
: Decorating equipped l operating room on second Waterman Fountain Pens, News-
I WALL :ACES' floor. For terms address! & CO. Daytona Florida. 1
; MAGNOLIA AVENUE. L. H. ROWE and Periodicals
..f1.......r.r.ltHeadquarters ..... l !; r 219 Phone 181 C.C. BOHANNON M. D. Papers


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[:Kinds of Fresh for Veg. ..:: i DEPUTY % AND ASSISTANT KILLED;; KENNEY IS CLEAN N UPCAMPAIGN IIIIrI


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[etables oultry Specialty..and and Fruit Eggs a :.:: I TOUGHS AT ESPANOLA SUNDAY EVENING. APPOINTEDMANAGER 1IIH I i



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|e Orders Promptly Filled. R. ,''i STARTED. III =

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Ball & Son ;

37 North Beach St. .'Phone 55 : i NOW HUNTED D BY POSSE. It THINK OF "VfL VET" OF HI. WASHINGTON l HOTEL[ ; INAUGURATD I [ IN MIDWAY;

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SUCCEEDS[ JOHN ANDERSON[ 33 CASES[ BEFORE MAYOR.CITY + i!

SHAFFNER i hunt for the bad men began. It was ..

: THREATENED WITH LYNCHING G; I Kept up vigilantly the members of then of "Monogram" Oil. They are POPULAR MANAGER. OF HOTEL EXECUTIVE DETERMINEDTHAT +
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leal Estate and the posse spreading out over: a smooth articles.GRUBERMORRIS CLARENDON TO HAVE FULL
Insurance :. EXCITEMENT RUNS 8160. wide territory to present a po sibi! SANITARY CONDITIONSMUST

fire : escape, and three af the men CHARGE OF HOSTELRY IN NEW BE IMPROVED AND KEPT +

were finally captured, brought bich
[t22 South Beach Street r: FOUR BAD MEN START to Espanola and held for the arrival HARDWARE CO. HAMPSHIRE. UP TO THE BEST.

I of the St. John's county sheriff !
r' TROUBLE AT HASTINGS SAT The wildest kind of exciemenlprevails : "Il Ton Don't Trade With Us We Both Lose Money" William S. Kenney, manager ol{ Major Titus .s determined that the
the Ho-el Clarendon and for years
URDAY NIGHT, ARE ARRESTED at Espanola and vicinity,,, assistant i manager of the )It. Washington -II'II'i titjof Daytona and Its suburbs

.. 4t where all the parties' concerned an hotel at Bretton Woods, :-t'i shall be put Into the best possible
v t AND HELD OVER NIGHT THEN well known, and threats of lynching of unitary condition, and kept clean,
been appointed manager
I H has i
i heard on all eides. INSURREcrosn and has iaugurattd a clean-up campaign -
are
Of to succeed the
ORDERED TO GET OUT SOUTUERNERS the :Mt. Washington
1ILDRENsS Preparations were at once mad: late! John lulled at Or- which resulted in 33 rea.deojsf

TOWN TROUBLE ON TRAIT for the holding of a coroner's 1/1/: I Anderi' '" ) the colored suburb of Midway
mond two
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quest:; that witnesses: might be examined Mr. assume the furl: being brought into the major's court
I CAUSES THEM TO BE ARREST. and the facts in connection with Uondaj morning each one charged
DRAWING NET
tED IN CONTROL management of the :Mt Washington i
[ EYES I AGAIN AT ESPANOLA-ONE I the shooting be obtained.( After' when it opens for the season th's; with having an unsanitary clc6t on

safeguarded, .. I hearing the evidence the coroner :'he premises.
I be too carefully summer and in the future will di-
AND KILLS DEPUTY returned< verdict charging Bae I A majority of the prisoners: were j
GUN
(bare but one pair to last PULLS jury j ride his time as manager of :the :Mt.
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If there are Indications SNIDER WHILE com Carleton with. the double murder OFCHS. ABOUT CITY. Wash lngton in the summer and the ined $2 and costs, some were let off ;
t, AND ABE three being: cos's: while ;
ng wrong with your chlld'a and tie other men as Hotel Clarendon rn the winter. I I vrcli fines of $1 and

ng him or her and I will fit e BEING SEARCHED. accessories.In The appointmei of Mr. Kenreyis ome; were discharged when they+
the the opinion of Sheriff Perry of roved the neglect was on the part .,
correct intew
hotel
tth Glasses to manager of the big
If medical treatment Is nee- 1 A report from Espanola at 4 o'. St. Augustine the plan to kill Deputy PERIOD FLOOR LEADER[ ; SUPPLIES[ m CUT OFF Hampshire will! give general satiafac-I I of>, the man who has been appointed
id Bascoir and f ; t'he' c'eaningit
will tell you so. clock this afternoon tt a White was pre-arranged !iOn to the touring public, among i iI by the city to look after
:, is believed to be located (ira I carefully planned. : o the closeto ;
Carleton well
well known and
l he
whom is
[eville H. Clark swamp near that place land thai' I Much excitonenit prevails at CLAYTON IMPORTANT 1 MAN. WILL DEMAND SURRENDER.FEDERAL I I iked lie has been associated wish' To cap the climax of the oprocE>ed- '

.th*. posse is closing'in on him. Espanola since the shooting. Deputy the Mt Washington as assistant: rigs the same charge was made

Optometristfor I Guy White was a popular man in AGREE \ under John Anderson since gains; S. W. Seville the man sup-
LEADERS uamager
of the EYE.GOODS. Deputy Sheriff Guy \Yhlfe{ slo'' I that section and had a reputation for DEMOCRATIC ( TROOPS ARE NOW BEING the hotel was built and has bean p>ased to look after the work of xleaning

the Sign I I *.. "!*through the heart and killed and ALe daring second to no officer in the UPON TENATIVE PLANS FOR RUSHED TO THE ASSIST.i ithe; man who has inaugurated the I (' the co! =ets, and 'he was
'' d, -! his daring when : and : the imposing of
Snider, who was assistingthe p state./ lie showed many pleasing features of the big rned $10 cos s
:* uty. shot and killed, Basoom Carve: -''he arrested the three men as they SPECIAL SESSION WHICH CONVENES ANCE OF THOSE WITHIN THE I'h03telrr.II I he fine being accompanied by a

murder, stll train and then called 01: 16trong lecture from the major and
ton, charged with double left the NEXT MONTH. )Ir. Kenney, is a thorough New
fEN \l at large, while Dan end Marion' I them. He leases: a wife and three WALLS OF THE CITY. II ?Englander, hang bten born .rid I instructiolllS to see that the sanrJaryordinaiKe :

,,' Carleton -two ibrothers, and a small children WASHINGTON. March 6 Democratic EL PASO, March 6-With the raid in New Hampohve and kao.I I is strictly enforotxl In
the name of McBurnlear. *: leader in the house have net! to eases where people refuse or neg'ettto !
man giving I I Mexican Rebel army drawing a what best pleases the visitors
: f ; locked up in the st. Johns count'j:: agreed upon tenative pans for the about the city of Chihuahua Federal! that gait of he countrj Prior to pay for the work a report is to be I

county jail, are the results of troubU BIG BONUS special session of congress \\huh,troops are today being rushed to I his connection with the Mt Wash made to the major or marshal and

e are carrying a completeof : cit Espanola Sunday: evening' will be convened April 4. the aid of those; within the walls of intonIr.! Keueja3 associated( : arr t*> will( follow. i if.

Gre m Groceries, in- I' After the shooting the four mer It is probable the Canadian reciprocity -I the beleaguered city. 'I'I with Mr Anderson while .he was B. Fort was in court charged
into the woods. bill will be passed and the with running an aujomobiTe: : in the
made their escape All railroad commuu.ca:aoua: and i proprietor of the Hotel Oruiond and
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ng : ; but were hunted down by a posse,:! ATTRACTING wool and possibly part of the cottonschedules sources of supplies: have been cut I i later was manager of the Hotel Continental city limits without a muffler pleaded t
and tariff will be guilty and paid a fine of $I and
three of them captured of the off and prohibitive> prices are being!: i' } at Atlantic Beach and asDistant ,
!
olden Wax Beans .' lodged in jail after a hard chase revved.; Then they \\till pass; a bi'll 1 charged for food stuffs; I! manager of the H".elItazar ccats

i.'. The verdict of the coroner's jury reducing the tariff on about 100 ; The urrector I leader General I I at St Augustine. C. U Vustln and J. K.: Hrown were i

Green Beans "" charges Bascom Carktonwith the:: ATTENTION. items, these to include all the necessities Iatk>ro, is personally: directing the Since the big Hotel Clarendon opened charged with disorderly conduct the-
and the other three: of life Included in these and Mr first named being fined $2 and costs
.double murder I siege of the cit) I I the first of this year
accessories. will: be wearing apparel, but the garments and the lather with $4 aid costs
CucumbersCauliflower F ten as befog I ISf Kenney was placed In charge as man- ,
The trouble is said to have started I revision wiU'be postponed. he has given general' satL>faction "I Clifford Jidtoit paid a fine of $t
[ AWAY
VOTES[ TO BE 8{ GIVEN He\ Dr. H'ossom! who is speed ager
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autnlloiewith.
Saturday night as It is believed the extra session titan and. ccfcts for driving an : ;
at Hastings ing the winter at Daytona Death,: and has done more anyother
the result of the three Cartetous and can be ended -in about SO dajs The I conducted the services at St. Marj'sEpiscopal person; to give the hotel a 1 only one light Inirnmg I
Tomatoes f. JJcBurnie having imbibed ,too' much AT THE END[ O OF THE WEEK.[[ direct election of United States senators -:I I ; church Sunday morning I reputation second to none in the' Scott Brown, c-olored, was charged: !:

i; Liquor. After kicking;: up a row in may be taken up and 'the reap !preaching an excellent sermon. and! country. He has;; a pleasing pt> $"* and coots, with $-I remitted, for
arrested lrUon'll1oe-nt' bill:} mar also be (,06'd-: rso-I dumping rubb:;: h tn a (public- street
t the town the four were SECURES there was a fine duet by Prof. lK. I ahti and is a man who makes
WHO
Peppers I
CONTESTANT .
released ered at this session .
t and placed fa' Jail, but were Sheppard and Thos:; W. Lane. Dr. self popular with the guests.Mr.

\ Sunday morning with instructions to LARGEST NUMBER DURING According to the plans Underwood I Dlossom preached at: St. Mary's last! Kenney liar made many friend I FINE FILMS AT CRYSTAL;

Always Fresh.DAYTONA take the ,train ba k to their home will be 'the floor leader and CHjton; I Wedne 5da} and has been conJac:l ang I in this part: of Florida, all of whom A TALE OF TWO CITIES.
ey are BE PRESENTED of the steering com ,
head
I THE WEEK TO will be the I with congratulations on
Mr.ilder ready
at EepanolaCn the services at New Smyrna for are
._ ------ ."Le tra.n: e:ire ate to l,:spano; : '.1 WITH 50,000. nut/tee The southerners will be in_ \\' for several weeks past. I. his new appointment I I At the ('ryy ffl tlu-aer': tomorrow

f;; the men kicked up more trouble anti absoluu control of the house. i I -----. night! Manager!: Thi I t, nil:! feature "A I

instructions were sent ahead by wire The big special} bouut offer of 50:> SOCIALIST ADDRESS AT UNION Tale of Two <3tiv r !*:" one of ..theRreaUst y.
arrested to thecontestant \ I moving picture f:!!n>s ever ,1'I\
were be given
J with the result that they 01.10'otes which is to HALL TOMORROW NIGHT.; I
by Deputy White when they who secum tilt mo-t ',' prndU( 1. The film is in three:
D STORAGE CO.D. snapped from the cars at Fspano'a.According : votes during::; the week ending March I I Il J. L. Kilt.;;, national. organ i ; ;/e:: <.t I lfte part> and pill |'e' bown in : t
the ot the Sociah:tt part}, will <]eh\ 'r all since its" rnl I ,i
to tie: reports of U has caused quite a great deal i 1 14 + Ihtjtona the tbd:: t :me
JOHNSON Mar. murder received here DeputyVlii' excitement among; the contis :ants in \4 Hr CustomerWend address! on So:utli iu at Linen. lit'::\ l.Eta.l The f t ai Was rekas'd at ;_ I R
: Deach street Tuesday ev' 'iiiig: St An- el Ii I ItItt.ira'
service in 1'or&ari'yCorttest : North: Jad.eonilf': 1I"X'fhmnl' it i
Great
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into
Gdzette-Ntwt
Abe Snider: the :; : II i
pressed .
: the four bad x at 7::J PI oclwk No adnij!. *.iun < It :r.will aid then {".TU*t; to tin. Crjstal ;
:
help bun in hand ing '
searching aaaul d t be made and e\er\lxMh will 1 I. ni-lit'' This third show
be
implied otewill touiorrow
\
and the two had This tU.OoO
men .
McIJurm ',, tin. llt-: n welcome 11 r. Fiats p il i:1 d 1 IIall J rmltje wiwt Jla11ag: *'r Titus |S:U ex- I
securing l
aid
contestant
the two Cmt U.s to the SERVICE. i. t
.
n't You when Bas.com Carleton drew a m ,, votes only during thoIt.*.>ek end;luThurbda.v answer all qwti i4l1.t; r' 1 lal UK to >- Ua for the three fiwt: ; for the one !. r

shot Whrte through the heart ': Mart b !9 I, and afford! an i 1 l \\"hIlnause every cu.tontr I tialiui. II*' habt'eu ,ldllr.-:; n.::;; nigljt and thewill all le shown at ti

either tho-e: now I large trovvd; wherever lu has alto : each SIlo. l
whirled and shot Snider, before extel'eiit! opportunity for Knows that she will find here .ibso- I The valiK> of a binkrr; t<> de li\e -ik- i
he to sood p
i peart-d as a
the' lead in
could raise a Mud to prevent : in the race to t-ecure a good I II in everything she poilois. and bo:io\\"itd z ;K'in.-- upon\ of ., I Ii
gruin.
lute satisfaction I h-s: subject is one A. t"
t I and also gives new contestants er: and : M('!--rs, )1. II. Xultman and
'are Go action. the contest: t.hpI I Our prices I are jUst! right the scope, dwrll'rel': md fti< :('n.y of important to the pe plof the frost
1 Immediately as the two officers: a good chance to get in purchases ( I i s*'im> ntiiriud Mondamo: ni:iff:
foithe ,. full 1UL> I the service; render.dIn countrj ... 1
percent
tltsh values
fell, the four wen made a ruullim and our are Mum, v.her.the \' had bi n for the 1c
I and disappeared.News I I In a race where the rivalry is as! One trial will convince vou. choosing; this as your bank 'otha'e : c
; woods values of service capableof Rrf-v I>r. II. II. Moore prt'ac-lwd p.i"t V.k or IIlhrt.
] .OUOotes" is a assurance a
spread 50
of the double murder keen as> this, one and
: both morning '
.
requirements excellent MTIUOIS '= \I i
exacting ---
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most -
and ever meeting -
organized the jour -
in Jike wildfire and a big posse was decided factor in race I courteous e\eniR. Sudat, at the First \1.: K.I Ihurih :
their together with
the forth
and should put
within a short time I >' contestant consideration, ample' capital, large (' I"r. Moore, who i--; SII'IIIJ-; 1 CHURCH Druggist
win, as it may bt 1 1"r
to -
.
I very he&t efforts surplus fund, perfect organizationand ing): the 1I1t"I' at l>;;t\toiu; \Ip: ':i li. PtlnlE'17i '
of winning the $430:; Chopin -\ able management. : "I"X' I ( '
the means efficient and will be V:! y.a1of. :tie.! i Fr'.flay(I Ii Beuh S lr e et
Upright Grand piano which is offered These are ail factors in making II i Daytona, Florida.

THINGWithout ( n4cS as the grand prize in this, c'OIl'\\ CONRAD D GROCERY'I'this to affiliate Hank! the wit*:logcal bank for you : .......................... I I 3 Ihns tood !,fir rhr'aV 1ti

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: This i*> a great opportunity and I :J DAILY STOCK MARKET[ REPORT[ : \' at Church's Soda 1 I ; .
Meet
should be taken advantage of by all .........................S I me
a f contestants in the race. Fountain for a
Fresh Shipment 01] The following is the complete I. COMPANY :\hV)KK. M l.lrc.< '!: 1-Stotkt; : op 41
of
to "'nedt ',idv "<"11..1'. tvi, sT standing. of all contestants up I .
I stars! .-.'i..I.s: :: :at.l <:!-Itt.: ;\idvai'-:
GuardfOSTER Thursday, March :2.::
e 29c. Candy :Marjorie Kotzien . .. . .. 411*.Jl" 'PHONE 61.Daytona. slide\ : th.' t.ld: :.-: \\as ('auL"H': ;.,rd:. 1 '

Florence Gittens . .. .. .. 141,''t'' -- ---- -- I hull:-'i ('i.'tlen" i! \\a is .u':ida: : it J. MOXIEThe
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Holt MtCorkle: . . . . ,. 4JS.">7":. LodgeNo. tit !'Ulll' 11\1':::\; ('ii favnrabl.:: l (" itl sI

nly 50 Cents on Sale Today and Margaret Drokau .. . . . 43-7':: ;1II' 1141 MERCHANTSBANK l|l...It 1 I .ON ,-' I f f
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Myna PolliCz' . .. .. .. .. -1311 l,-. E. i w le :'k t' utr'hl"i first time this delightful : ,
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B. P. -iln-ilk* A
i f- Tomorrow. Roberta Hobbs . .. .. . ,. '*:-7'M: :-, I.; ;!;iih \!ulloth.ru -\ : 1st
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CO. Gra'e Burdick .. .. .. .. 41.1.3"1Ethel Meets Every Tuesday \', III\'hmrJr P i:t. .'....-. and healthful bevl'ragchas . '

i JiANKINS, The Druggist, Ilousiton .. . .. . .. 37tf.-\ : ;::' Evening Members Visiting Invited I A. D, McBRIDE. President!, \t-.k"*:iutfi'('rn-lin': *' been 5l'h+! In ''' : 3
.. .. .. .. 340,;j.;". J. B. CONRAD Vice President f- y
AT THE': rLM'EtiYhere Doraehner: .. o.T.. E. Fitzgerald! E. R. I I111..11. this r tII
Cashier city.
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.. Sec.
Volu;Jti Meets Beach Margaret Shield . g r rny 3 Geo. F. Crouch, F. J. NIVER: Asst Cashier .'
Telephone U Violet M'ddletor! . . . .- -30- I

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......, II ATHENSOF FLORIDA 1'1 i
: III GEO. W1.ia 1- DELAND, THE f

Dealer -:
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: PIANOS and DELAND thc county seat of "
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VOLUSIA _ Volusia County,
PIANOS STETSON' -
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( / is situated 23 miles southwest of
Concert TuuerIANOS
(' FOR RENT COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the latter UNIVERSITY 'i'iDELAN !I

(4 BANK city by an excellent hard-surface D, FI.A. 1 f
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Four
I road recently constructed.At ( '
DELAND) FLA. Technical lHchooU.SEquipment
DeLand is located the John B. : C'Olt.

If Seeds, Beads at $100,000Surplus Stetson University one of the lead. Endowment Ins n."rlyIfUJ.tsojoo.( ) )

: L_ WOMAN S Capital ing educational institutions of the faculty of n'Pro- :
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-: $50,000A. lessors and in

Phaae 77,for L- I I : EXCHANGE South. Because of the interest in structors.but non-At Christian> ". I

:-j-T ' _ i... .;. ----__ .:: (;OurIJ11I1I1 BII ont.t D. McBRIDE, matters educational DeLand is knownas Trnchlng.ctar1an -j Mrs. G<
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IL.EREAM 'I' - c. ..
g ;;. -_ .. '" __._ --. .. : : .:::.. :-: ........1 I ('I..ln.I .:. ,I IMILLS' Bur-', Pri-slil'-nt "The Athens of Floridp." For address Information J f over frcmternoon

fa mmy qnantity. ; <. ...' '_. ._ .j;. J-\ . .-_ - '.- --- - ,&:::11111"111,'nt.' :!I\"n 1.111"11"011 (1111'r J. B.('ONISAI): Stetson University ha?a faculty of Lincoln: to
eF.. ...!!A. - : ...... Vlc.Prtsldl'ntR. Hulley,'
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.rJ. ....-, 5 :iJ "'.\._- : !ikK&; :r (I A. WOOD, 50 professors and instructors. Therearc !-"*&. ., Mr. and A i'
-.i:;' ...;'"; v. t.. __ ', Jisi and / President 15,
European t2iishIrDREKA'S in buildings t home on
:;. ..- : over $400,000
RestaurantSHOES' 'l: "T., ,.." ...l ,. .t. 4Itt': :..:!;!..! _ nearly $300,000 endow- .
equipment;
I I
.I fact must be apparent to the most a'Carnegie Library alone rep ; Phone
.. .................... By L. C. DEMAREE. --- meat; J. I. ?PERKINS{ :.- Ingandp
puperf:-ial observer. With such laY: resenting an investment in building

111111111 AND FURNISHINGS : One is her of Daytona's incomparable crowning beadh. glories No- BUSINESS AND ifrh wealth of natural beauty it be- DEPARTMENT endowment'and books, of more than Mrs. M.I

came an easy thing foi the hand of 120000. The library is the United
I If Pays to Trade atm : one who haj ever set foot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS I Sr-aai to gie the finishing touches I i STORE States Government depository for the Attorney and of the Cta]

Peck's Bargain House 5 smooiti, racked sands; no one whoever I 'wlhich have wrought out the colors i I EVERYTI'HNGI t State of Florida, and contains over CounselloratLaw tine was !
pedaled a bicycle over its: expanse t !'tel'on Soul
I I 112South: Beach Street. and outlines! of the big picture. TO EAT; 15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one Saturj
who drove a .and
: no one ever .
.IIflhILsIsu.I.u.I.I.IsI.l.l..si.i.I.i.i.UIsiUIs ; and listened .. !Man' duI dl this in the laying' out : TO WEAR, of the newest of 16 buildings, with friend Iron
prandas pair of horses .. TO USE J
steel shoes Of the streets with their wide margins : its furnishings, represents an outlayof Will Practice InState ,
to the popping of their ---1
.. ..BeB.B.B.B.BBOBOESB.B.Bt of pvk-ise.: The entire city becomesc. 60000. Elizabeth Hall is one of and CharlesY.acous
face no one Heading Room
: LING WAR-CHINESE LAUNDRY J upon Its asphaltum-like ; S
pre.it park with driveways Inter : Elevator 1 Service v the most beautiful college buildingsin FederalCourts" f
I SIS HO. BEACH ST. DAYTONA. FLA. who ever steered a high-power automobile : E. S. HALL : I
Dress Sblrts Night Whirls' 10. settni miles miles of drh'e'I \Rest Room I Moravia(
White Shirts Woolen Khlrts in down the broad stretch of! upon I .,J the outh. : ,
S. Check Hblrts Undershirts Z wave-washed and surf-packed sand : Architect and Builder : ways M good as to- attract motorists ,The city has a population of about I at his \\
New Shirts Drawers! K JBhlrtscollarntt. G. A. DREKA & CO. -
.. W.Hocks.: jx-r pair X ZOollart Z bus realized: that it Js a world heater : No. :!III'' i Palmetto I Ave. : I from all over the contintnt.And I KLAXD.>.' FLA 3,500, with a thickly settled country PaLAND FLA. avenue S-
or Cuffs :Handkerchiefs, 3 is five !hee trout
L&d1escothesatcorrespOndIngprICl: B a wor'ld-wonder. Go stand upon : DAYTONA. FLORIDA. sa as for the pavements adjacent. DeLand proper

U1.USLIfSlSISI.ISISISI. tnis wi.1e speedway and see the hap- .UISI. S.ISIS5SIS31S111110 : mi-r.ts that look and act like pa\'e-I miles east of the St. Johns River, on has large
WRIGHTINSURANCE
.......,................... py souls flit by in Joyous-mood. and ---------- --- ---- i where else between the VoIusiaACountyAbstracLCf. the high, rolling pine land of the **FORPackard

H. C. THOMPSON Agt. answer whether this is' not one of ......................ISIS I' and we:>tx?rn seas are so mall)' miles I great "Orange Ridge" of Florida. t{
i the seven modern wonders. S U in proportion; to inhabitants? The : ; The 'predominating products are
)
: LAMB ENGINES : :: W. C. CROWNING M. D. : pavemC'Mt question stands with the oranges and grapefruit, the estimatedcrop I going non
The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River. I AGENCY at 51 Seoo
: HUPlIOBILES : General Medicine and : street as one of the chief drawIngcards. I JurY n.-rt Fish I>. 1.11 noli President'I, Hecr from this vicinity being over I II

: Demoutratioa Given at Any Time. : Where think you is water with more I : ObstetricsOffice : Till some unheard of place .-tury and Treus.!! 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes I __
Miss: L|
: : PHONE W! : picturesque surroundings? Nearly a U Hours: J 1:51: to3lU.: > 7 to S p. in. S reports more and better Daytona Abstracts Furnished peaches, pears Japan persimmons, DeLand Florida

,: .................... ...... mile ,,wide fringed with tropical vegetation -, : Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. : throws down the gauntlet! to the and Titles' plums, pecans, guavas, strawberries spendingparsonage,]

.......................... artistic cottages with roomy .fl.B.BB.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.lDR.J.E.RAWLINGS world. Perfectedand and other fruits are grown in plenty.In her friend

verandas looking out upon her bosom Squirrels Flowers, Binds and Fruit the way of public improvements OLDESTLARGEST j

JACOB ESPEDAHL : gamey: food fishes in countless num .....................ISISIU \vht.tcone's shortcomings, and [ Insured, are many miles of fine shell roads, an ty Saturda]
: Contractor and BuilderS S mother an
U bers beckoning, as it were to thosewith however indifferent or even callousone Maps, Plats and excellent high school, electric lights,
Designer and Craftsman : : Blueprints!! Supplied be muth; n
Bnperlntends Construction! of BuildIngs. : rod and reel;her bosom fleck U may he to many things: the me e a system of waterworks that is owned
S and
BEST
= Plans on Short and Notice.Hpecltlcatlons ed with duck and coot. and snowy- : Phyticiav and SurgeonOFFICK : mentWQ (.f "flowers and squirrels 11r..ASn. FLJ- and operated by the city, supplyingthe I Dr JVolusit

: DAYTONA, FLORIDA. : winged sta birds. which sic about as birds and fruits" will send a thrill water at little cost.
: : OVER KODAK PLACKPhone : purest A\\
.susisusisisus.sisuisisnsaoi If: for the sport of bobbing upon the Is 61 SIS that is reflected hi distended pupilsand BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that For Florida

.. .................... waves; watch that lubberly old U pricked ears. DeLand is a church-going commu 11fdlnce L.
white headed pelican pouch a fat ISIS SIIIIISISISISISISISISI. For eery'iJgitor with a spare goober Methodists FARMS
-- ,
-- ------ - nity. Baptists, Episcopalians
: OSCAR MICHAEL : mullet and that fish hawk struggling ISISISISISISUSISISISISISISI. there i Is a bunny ready to come COMPANY (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES pr]

: CONTRACTOR : upward with.bis floundering load he I. U and aix-ept your gift. He will sit bolt Manufacturers of Christians and Catholics, TIMBER D. J Job|

: Filling and Grading : snatched from the water. : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS : l'f'ri"htJ' and knaw into the meat LUMBER besides colored Baptists and Methodists TRUCK who is stj

: : See the beautiful launches spick ! Civil Engineers casting furtive, saucy glances at you LATH are represented.The hotelvhil]
Keavy Hauling a Specialty. LAND
and span, witJh hampers and lockers meanwhile i SHINGLES
U
school offers a ten does ijsion
er
._.._.._.U._ .................. bulging with refreshments, both solid : : DAYTONA, FLA. : Flowers. Usually fresh and blooming MOULDINGS course graded', and the building whioh Mend Sheet for Bargain toj
years' and
;.C .M(' and liquid ready for a cruise upon th S Established' 175." UU the year 'round you are reminded Agents; :
USISIOISISISIGIOISISISISISI furnished
I Alasury's Paints it occupies is newly
beautiful surface. Take out your field of (iold -mith's couplet where I'll,rold Roofing TOE UOOtO10ITEN[ reside. in
M ELLA DeVOY & CO. I I \Vhlt.'LiiIHVin 'nt throughout and is one of the most
'glass aca the river from ------ - -- city
sweep 1 -'- - Smiling! spring: Its ea.1iE.'st'Isit paid "eryThe
Dorado: Plnst.T
I commodious and best equipped pub
I Oraoiid bridge to Ponce Park .. ..OI.I..C............ And summer's lingering blossoms (;.-<>rnliiavlrlck] { CO
MILLINERY Bond Hand Brick schools in the State.
light house then whether the ::5 UI lic i.
say delayed.
an : Hot ba|
I E. L. STEWART g !IF-LASn. FLA. The trip from Daytona to DeLand
) Halifax isn't a thing of beauty anda In one yard: roses of varigated hues 1'Kl.AXD.: FLA
No. 8 Beach St.. Daytona. Fla. ''J.! joy forever and one of the modern Si Physician and Surgeon SS i is made by automobile in a little
', I tinn predoiiunnu: another household has
) I ;
"SMTiil| : I attention to 1I.\k.ia'of ,
(\.,.(i !@" :! i!) wond :3. a KV.:: Kir.: Throat ,'11(1 S........ oiJu-" .. over an hour and there are many catSavannah
- .. - :I mid r.-si,l.'iuMntnoll.'i: HVmi.. :nl JJilix.r ::1 p T.fhant for the poincetta and thepremius tm & fiSH I t drives in the vicinity of the THE ,1
. pretty
.
.:!.:!, !JX! fe Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge- : itlio. hourti.! in. tti'.i. I p. IM. Attorneys at 'Law I county site. A good<< road leads to by Julius
SSSISOUCI I :in a jungle of tall cane. VarietyIs GORDONOARAGE
East Florida ] wood. .ICI.U.g.SSISISIISSGIIISlSISISISISISIIS I rrncln-inii; ," In mlSti.tr .! DcLcon: Springs, five miles, a historic ing down
V is where l K. d'ra
; the :-pice= of life and here: :iu<
(hour?.. spot, where 60,003 gallons of water !stopped band
Ridg'ivocd avenue Is the crestof
upon hud ir.i ,
y Telephone Company | you !"IJI'clal arlitl-s! for
earth minute. tied ij
bubble from the I
a broad: ; ridge. straight as the crow i Tile birds! flit in, and with their inv.-stlgating andp.rf.etine every The
:
m
S i titles Yacht CJul
I
From DeLand automobiles go south
files and the wide spreading bnuich- ; : DR. F. H. HOUGHTON : joyous notes help to give fullness !IF-LAS I'. KIA. DeLandHeadquarters
Connections
at
: Daytona day. whennorthward
| I' to Ostecn 18 miles on shell and
es of 'he! hcavy-trunked live oaks extend : Id symmetry to the picture.As I
for Long Distance Points | their gant! arms across: the mag mi marl roads; the St.Johns is crossed by] jf.If
-5ik Dentist for fruits choice citrus fruits SIEW8T&BLYIsanc{ Y I for
nificett 'ta. forming an arch and i : ferry near Ostcen and cars can then
MJ ri.TJ. Ia\tnna) dds: the palm:: to none for AutomobilesAGENTFOB
<>tlii iIn P.k hhlo.-k I A. Ht wartKKford continue to Sanford( and Orlando by !
H. C. THOMPSON Mgr. from these extended arms great festoons . "
'.' S PlloKiiV -t Kiwi: 1 South Bri.ig.U quality ana quantity per acre. There : itlyMary
of Spanish moss sway as the S : "stiwurtAttorneys hard road. There is a shell road
@f@!) ;!)! !'> m ; I SSISISISISISRSISISIISUSISISISISIOISISISISISISISUSIS tre scores of citrus ,groves in proximity Maxwell Tour.
trade winds from the tropic seas at Law from DeLand to Orange City, five
to tincity, branches bendingto Cars and
@: (W) (! ing
fan them. Looking straight ahead und Noturii Public miles, and .good road from DeLand
I the e'th;: with their burdens of RunaboutsArthur 'S
H. T. McCLELLAN I: I :down this White shell street one Las : T. K. FttZB-rukl K.: .... Ont.-s! : liH-ious ficJden! globes which for -I.AKD.. FLA. to Lake Helen, a like distance.

the. impression of a fairy path with
: FITZGERALD & OATES a beauty proflicacy and all desirable

Mill WorkWrite "''1ong lCiisa and.draperies.cast an but eye a'SOU first to move the : Attorneys and Counsellors at LawS JSxctnl qualiti would truly astonish you. J. A.ERICKSON. BOND' SANDSTONE( BRICK CO. Ito'nl1'(i.Hnmlin. JluuiiloHAMLIN!

| I Kiii-1lii.i ,: for KxnmlntiiK: ; UU The Fastest Autos and The Finest Manufacturers!
or ask him about anything '\ Tight and then to the left you see HIKl .I'.Tf.IIJlj'/ IJIIHI 1 Titles!! S

you want made of wood Everything ''J1 distinguished cottage homes in the ::; onUfinronnid: nlllldln 'Phone 128: : Out. & CO. Light Granite Buff Red awl .
;
Lurgt-'t!: stock of
: the best. :* I most delightful settings.See ...lom..QD. .R8. a.a..m ; The -t.vtr.t.h world wonder do you Pianos, Organs and Drab Brick

'.ho glistening leaf of the grand I I whether from Mhusour l-arir.-! Cnr-m-it, 'n-uro' Prompt f Ship &
ask? feme Mach'ncsDKl.AXi'
Sewing ,. .
North Ridgewood:! Ave. Phone 123 : ., .. .. .' .... .. .. I I I in-nt.-' \Vrt !"-i Kookii: ; t mid Pr1c\'s
,.- magnolia; which; nature has varnishedas ( \. \. '!'!!f'!'!) .!\ I or frn-n: :.Ahiine. from Kalamazoo! o !" ::' / '.ll"I:1.dt.: I .. .. liKl.KN.: Fl.A..
.
(! (! "..) ....i'(! ... .... srt's"s' brush could and ; M.x HAMLIN .
no ever ; :l DR. J. P. ESCH :I Tlinbiis: to. :;nd you Will be "shown. I
_ _ _ _ _ _ I > LAKE HELEN
the cabMge: palms with their burdens i Huv! is where the world's record for

[ PORT ORANGE : .)f showy fruit and swaying pa.iis! ; f:. Physician and Surgeon. ,, t.. 1 I spt-'d is broken with every recurringe.soi. ALLbN'SN Surrounded by several pretty lakes Attorneysand
I PICTURESQUE !1' Min-iili I'm.litth'! II i.-" "th..r i i1.
: : I see the lovely holly with its exquisite :M. i: '!inn-, II. OITI.i i.iJK.'I.: I I'. !. I I :- ; ) .Autos the biggest, the fast- xt to I'ostoHUv and guarded by buy pine trees is Counsellorsat
'
It'y; see the climbing vine= ?' 1I''.. < tuT |". in. \I9i.i n< J lt\ T"'I\; : The finest )
I ( :-t. ;;nJ are on daily: pa-: Lake Helen winter
) a Law
r ItKACM. resort of '

'OUT n''I' .I I 'ln riot in the trees; see the tvyp- .!.' .!. ........... .. ....o.. . .Y)i,!. ..:;: rule! r.iul;I l the!! = big show is as free as I DRUGGISTSJEWELERS little importance. Camp Cassadaga nil,
; aprcttyIIlI.vUIagC,1tuated ; PORT [ 'tis.uiois forms which, gain a foot ,
r '
ORANGE t. !I" !! amsita water from the= a spiritualistic
th. tiiilf.sbouthof I hold >>n the great oaks and sat:: I lypaiirns .o.ac-4S9sc.Sos&.....o.e... tiio: :s.u.ds! of flowing wells. It is a camp-ground is situ- Fl.AXI' : >. FLA. -1
Haytona on Fip.L.tNIa.> : FLA. ated near Lake Helen and at this
I the ItoytonuNw HOUSE's. : : and surely you will join in | Dr. SAMUEL M. LONG f roriuioushow!: \ with a constantly place several hundred people make

Hmyrna '.lIr rond. th.- !f,>no world wonder for beauty. i DENTISTS r. W. Fisher winter headquarters. A laige lumber "fOllTAi'S"IDaLAND '
highway of tin- JI.t Fred Cummugs tOne goes, from a 2-horse mill and the largest brick plant in ;

Court. Tfce town Is Owner and Maaater I Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage Door North of New MerChants power up ta 200-hor.se' power, and Drug Co. I the South are located at Lake Helen. FLA.

Ioatedorth<* Hull- Homes. Bank. t I ejl: d'-grt-eo: of spetd from a canterto '

lax Hirer anti IKCOmMCttHj :........... ..........I@u a t\\o-niile-a-nn'nute' clip. You will Huylcr's Drugs Stationery Candies, ORANGE CITY ClothingFurnishingS

With the PORT ORANGE N'o one of Daytona's attractions. piobably catch the spirit: when you The principal attraction around

penlaiinla oppesltoby perhaps, commands more nearly universal -". do the rinds and the beach are yours. Kodaks, Cigars Orange City is the '
handsome Shoes
.. many j
abridge. IHUANI. "'I.\ _
The town 1< wll BEACH attention and praise than does | The Manhattan Cafe I Iv The Florida sunshine is free, the golden orange groves. The town is

laid out and has the artistic cottages. The owners of (? balmy ocean breezes; are free. the supplied with water said
to be
many pretty humlier honx'S.of! Lots for Sale. these charming villas hail' from every i*;>, for ladies and gentlemen. : I II I birds and squirrels and flowers are A. II. ''OO9ALLThe purest in the world, another attraction the- 1 1.4

A large find winter Liberal Terms corner d; the country and they bring y Regular Dinner 11 to 1:30: Daily. i 'i free the sparkling fountain water i is to visitors. It is at Orange City
tourist
residents make Port IMPROVEMENTSOcean Allowed for their own architectural plans and y;) Short Orders. Box Lunches. !$ Trie and jou will have to go down that passengers over the Florida East

Orange winter ht'lId-1 or River build' upon them and as the archi- ,; Special Attention Everything Shown Fresh.to Ladies. %; linto your wallet only for coin for Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and 1ti. '

qiRftrtPrs. .ne of the FISHINGoncnlcnt f.ecturts of one section of the countr. auto und bed and board. GROCER Jnve to Deland. The town
is
surrounded 1I
I ,s-priiI attrll'Uen. (' to Antouoblle differs from the architecture of another :I; THE MANHTTAN CAFE |
I This ;Is ro fanciful picture it's all by land
;
the excellent liace ("our.Iwllllr1tlgt i' peculiarly adapted
being; '. so do our homes differ in '!: 25 South Beach Street < DY-LASI). FLA. I
i I'ihlnJ: = here. It is drawing other thousandsand to the cultivation of citrus fruits. J'Ei.A,1., i'LoKI IA
I A short distancewe Apply: toWM. outward appearance and structural ,e .:!. .:!'..:!(!(! .NJ!( ..!.:!.!.! !< ho'dinp them enthralled it will -- ;e
.
HOWES
C. -
; ,r I'ort Orange beauty from one another. There are ---
!of Ar-nt charm :aid: hold you. Come and see. I II ..................................4a........la........:
mrft the remains Port Oruuce.' Fla. no monotonous rows of strikinglysimilar .......................... I .
Shf old unlnwton the _ .
but it '- --- -
build'ngs eye, as I '
sugar mill n piiutthnt : When You Are Looking (for S I
; I! isvtsltetl. vry Port Orange sweep! by is treated to a kaleido- "From the Grove to the Table"INDIAN : THE DAILY NEWS :

I year by hundr-, of scopic change which keeps the mind : Some One to Do : ?
RIVER GRAPE .
tourists. On. 1 1 in- OYSTER{ CO. wondOfiug! "What next?" I .

alitheeOUfltrYtcit It is my', only the exterior of FRUIT AND ORANGES I .
I I>. DUPONTfirowir manyof I
PortOrnnf. ur- and Ivnlor the-- homes which rivets attention | Electrical Work I II GroAii on the Halifax. .
th- old
rounding mill: was n! -n"t In- OYSTERS andCLAMS ; wi'h.c they are models of convenience. The finest quality of fruit for sale I : Gives Away tosomethreepcrsonswhoSe_ : 1I

: dljo and sugar caneS Pt. flrnc.lbntoni11M. : and the finishing and furnishing in single t'oxes or car lots. Special : : names were mentioned in the_ :

S plinUtlon.Th..mtllns i t jive evidence of the eleganceand I PHONE 14, ; attention paid to filling orders.

;. ..lselyinthose.arlydisuse- operated jten- C. BOVES cultivation of those who workedit MUNROE & STEVENS : Every Day previous day's paper _0 :.

I all out. Indeed it is the interior GROWERS AND .
i day* l>ut lins l and artistic furnishing:
for forty or arrangement
fifty years.ery Real Estate and sn. ding. more than the exterior Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. 1 : Four Tickets to the Crystal :
InsuranceOTAYPUBLIC THE ELECTRICIAN. .
A \ interesting: appearance: that gives a surpassing : : -- h -- __ __ __ i : Theatre and a Merchandise :

drive from PaytonaJs ,, I charm to Daytona homes. This feature : Best Prices Best Work ........... .. . .. .. ...... ..'. .... ... ..
; !h O't'lln l
y < -u-i:
r to tie. approach ol Port OranlZt. f-la. jastly merits prominence as 'another 2 NORTH BEACH STREETMcDonald's : I GITTENS : Order for 25 cents on some :
& MESSING
th,- POrt Ibrti. voni'er.Streets .
I "rJ :e, iurotli' .......,sSISISISSSI3ISISIUISISISIr.................. -., --.S.: t.. E. I..." : ". : local store. : : : : : : :

f brM -., IL iii I t !h. njvi S. G. MARTIN ard Pavements the Most ,; ?" S ( ) Fresh Fish .. .

I : !!>..IIla l : t I1rnu...:!h t h. and Best. : : '
: Boat Yard \aL/ : :=
prlnclptil* .trt of Z >=3n? Clams I
th Architect of the Universe L'staLlished: 1903 .
l\.rt ornnse! t o thruuis [General Why U

: !! Cf th- |I. Merchandise i chose to give Daytona the most admirable : CHAS. M. McDONALD. Proprietor :J: 'i and Rose Bay Oysters .: Watch for them---your name may : r
I l>ntte>U.=" r
f mill returning: T.- the most picturesque natural : Railways. Boats Built Repaired : f.i Market en South Beach Street .

sKtlng of all the cities of the South S and Housed. i Phone 5 : be next.
Port U
1' I my t nun by th-- r.,1i : l Orange. n. Prompt Delivery :

i i on the hUtlnlnnd.J .1 Ls not revealed but that such is a1 i U................ S 4'
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ofty ofat., STETSON i d BROOM CORN AS A -CROP I I (RAND OPERA COMING HERE; ':Itra i a--special- ii&trumnta.torf for i t i I i .

f the proper rendition of she'! music of PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA I
UNIVERSITY j I Rusticana, 1S a feature of the English .
ace DELAND, FLA. IN I THIS SECTION I OF FLORIDA. AT THE THEATRE TUURSDAY.I I' Grand Opera companj's "
Four Collegei and C i tion EW SMYRNA is situated fif-
B.ad. Technical Equipment Hchoolt. I P"OjUC'1 \ teen miles south of Daytona ORANGES
nearly nnoooo.co tIng I EXPERIMENTS BEING MADE BY WITH ENGLISH SINGING CAST .and is an ideal spot reached It you want the
Endowment SSJOjOUL: I STABBED IN THE NECK Daytona by a hard surface road very best Orange,
the Faculty lessors of and 40 Pro- I PARTIES HERE TO SEE IF IT AND ORCHESTRA RARE TREATIS I I throuth one of the most pic- apply at
fa *. Christian Instructor I i parts of Florida. Point Grovefor
but non- <>ctarltm t CAN BE PROFITABLY PR:>. OFFERED I its ancient ruins dating back I
waof Teaching Jlrs. George Bartholemew came I DAYTONA THEATER -i! filllLE LANCING A MULE. time when the history of man the Hirer Red land Drang Indian !
For
address Information: over trcm Lake Hen: Saturday a'-j' I DUCED IN THIS VICINITY. PATRONS. I' not, interlaced with wires I I the best. In th
Lincoln Halley. ternoon to speed; a few days: with NKW: H modern telegraph and tele- Mate.Grove j
Ph D., Liu.D.. Jlr. and Mrs. George Wray at their: : In conversation wi-h:: Vet Cave, thecigar A rare treat to our visions and to F. F. SMITH, VICTIM OF PECULIAR .. its miles of shell streets as situated 11 m
crcd LL. D, f and smooth as a floor and over- from Daytona on
President j home on Beach: street.Phone manufacturer of North Eetch our town folks: who 'hate never had AND NEARLY FATAL AC M. by hoary forest giants that I Smyrna the Daytona Road. w

ow. street recently :Mr. Ca\e sa.d.: to arepresentatne the opportunity to see and hear a!1| Resident in stately grandeur during the Prices Moderate
2S will call for your cleaning CIDENT WHILE DOCTORING A Town of bygone centuries. New :
eping of the !! 1 I
Dar News grand
J. V opera organization is !Vhe ccnimg FERD
PfRKINSAttorney and pr-ssins.. tf BURNETT. th.' | is truly a place of
: he believes broom romance I
< corn can be of the Engll h Grand Opera company MULE, SUNDAY MORNING. NORDMANN
han Mrs. M. E. Boutelle proPrLetre made a paying crcp in tht: locality, and Orchestra '!'iO the New Daytona I ProprietorSTATEJAM ,l
iced andCounsellor of the Clairmont hotel In St. Augustine -I and that he and hs! relatives at Holy!! theater. Thursday night March.I F, F. Smith received a painful and nature here is very inviting to j jI
the Hill are making some experiments 9. when bouble and pleasure-seeker. Here
including
the a performance very dangerous wound in the neck
was guest at
a Willmer 'ho-
.a I along this linHe be'ieves: it would both to be found the best fishing and
Mascagni's immortal R. S. I Y
at Law 3e1'on South Palmetto avenue Friday I Sunday morning while engaged in I I
oneIth be well l if others take up the mater I Cavallena Rust icana' (Rustic Chiva-: : in the state of Florida. I
.and Saturday In company with a and j lancing a mule's mouth. Dr. C plant some of the con th's ry) and Offenbach's amusing opera! the busi
I
people are thrifty
friend from St. Augustine. i '
spring so that it be tried undera The Bohannon: wan called and dressed the; '
may Rose
of
flay will
Will Practice in i' Au\e"gne. be presseated 1 enterprising and all unite ,
c ofngs State and Charles Carpenter of Auburn. N. variety of conditions of soil 1 and at prices within the reachof 1 wound and Mr. Smith! is getting the welcome hand of

FederalCourts '- Y., a cousin of J. Fitch Walker of J j I care all I I( along very comfortably. j I I11' and to strangers. There are
L' Moravia. N Y, Joined Mr. Walker1 I I I :Mr Cave said that for several Concerning the music! Phillip Ha:e, ',I :\ Smith sometime since se-j I I'N edifices for white people

at ;', at his winter residence on Second i I i I jears they had grown a few stalks of America's foremost critic writes for, cured the contract for de'.i\'ering equal number for the colored
i the corn and it had always! done so the Boston Transcript follows shell upon the city e.reets: and for
as :
tryfive PiLAND, FLA. avenue Saturday afternoon coming I IJr. |I i I ; the town has an excel. .
.. bye from JacksontLle where he1 I|I,I wee: :and produced such fine heads 'The impress characters;! of this purpose recently purchased four;t and high school. a splendid public I I hI

on f: has large property interests. I II. 'j that they decided this year to give it'a the music: of Ca\alleria Uu ticana is mule Sunday morning it was aad up-to-date business I
the WRIGHTINSURANCE ,.. trial on a largerale and sent t.he dramatic ing f t er.lSty.: J thought beat rto lance the mouth of I
**FOR SALE Seven passenger! away for seed for that purpose. There "Mascagni, in his haste '1.0 tell I brae of the animals. .\ man was
Packard touring car, fully equipped i I .s still pent! of time for others to his story, has no time to construct holding the mule forIr:\ Smiths' New are any number of pretty E
are :
atedva I.. going north low price for cash Call I! try it this season he sa\s thence and balanced length Phrases but in same manner allowed 'thei! for the permanent population, I I f
AGENCY it 51 Second \"-. .3-G: Broom corn cannot be successfully: are short and intense; rhythm animal to throw its head around and; numbers close to 2,000. and
I i I II
gro.vn everywhere but strike :Mr\ Smith's throwing very fine winter residences. A
where it does frt4.t:;! d.s!; orancts rage and scream. arm
ons PC;, r Miss\ Lilla Ely, who has been I succeed it is a good pavirg crop, net Theie is a thrul!. of feversh: unrest Ihe lancet from I hie; hand: against his OCEAN U 0 are good hotels and boarding I
DeLand, Florida spending the winter: at the-Bap'tst1: : difficult: of cu'Uvalion: anJ like cot- from the beginning to the end, but neck, making a bad cut aid! narrowly where you can find accommo- i I NEW SMYRNA

Cs. I parsonage, entertained a dozen of I: ton i ia usually of ready sale. For nhe fever :it> the fever of a sturdy, 1 missing the jugular! vein: F. W. to meet your requirements. i I
ty.cats her friends at a delightful porch party : the last year or two the price: hat hot-b'ooJed youth, and not the ar.i-, I : New Smyrna is as fine a JOHN*' HAMMOND
OLDESTLARGEST # Saturday afternoon. She and her: been exceptionally high There is a ficial flush of ''.he jaded maker of Opened the King's Eyes. of vegetable land as can be Pr..ld..n&L. BRANNING
GEO.
anghts '! ,mother are charming people who willie broom factory at JacksonrCle: that music. No wonder that the blase audience When Tendon was almoner tr Louis $3.00 anywhere. This land has been ; t'tighter I
X 1his nuj: (Myvn< astonished to into small farms which :
,. \ mush missed in their social d.ce.: ''! would probab'! consume all that of Europe. ( hearing this passionate find one Sunday, instead can Transacts a
of
Nncdying the usual Special I
and BEST could be raised here for: the present, v.rule ,'oke. was startled crowded at reasonable prices. Some
i I IDr. confirmation, only himself General
J. C Herman. Osteopath 20 i even if W F. Hotzien did not find and hailed khe apparition of a master. and the pnot "What is the moan finest celery grown in the state I Banking
use for it n: dressing: ; tile SoJrfaC'eor ."' K-uHl.nt: on this land All other vege-I
Volusi: Ave.. Daytona Phone 40. tf: Ing of thIs slid the kIng. "I causedIt and "' !. Business
that For Florida I his palmetto broonia The :Metropolitan:{ LadiEs' Orchs to be given out," replied l the prelate grow in abundance, and f
n FARMS M\ L. Wagner has sold has. resMdence : "that your majesty did not attend NK\\:...J.O' H IU. the home of the famous Indian I 4 f Per on Time Cent.Deposit Interest

eth GROVES property on Orange avenue to .........t...N...NO....0....N..0.ONN........... chapel today that you might see who LIt River oranges. j
I'res S was that mine here to worship God I
D. J. Johnson of Un!ontown. Pa, :
and "
11eth a, TIMBER who to flatter the king. ::
or No Innocent Man Escape at the
o "who is stopping at at the Hamilton: : o

TRUCK :' hotel while in the elt)". Mr\ Waggon ''Let Great- - -- >*********************************.4.................
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tea i er does not give immediate pc&,;e -!, I
send for
hide Hheet Bargain to. ;.. sign) Court Trial t R H MCDONALD : I

cdmost THE GOULD- .reside and in stattce Daytona,he as will he! continue-Ikes: the to: Z :; j MEATS t I The Joseph Zapf Co. i

city much. I Florida and Western :
pub'd WHEN CO very I i I Under the auspices of the Civic Dept. of!the PALMETTO CLUB i The Choicest Steaks and t JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Z. ;

i. 'Hot baths. Hoopers Barber Shop. Z; in the Auditorium of School Building, on i : The Primest Roasts j >: Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor : r
PELAND FLA i.
littl e / ; : lephom*U* what you want nnd "'*. : : house in Florida. Sole distributors for :
i Monday Evening March 6 i willndeavor to 'II'a that you gt It. *
y I The cabin cruiser, Mary\ H, II, of :J : Phone e:!: :
Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer : rt
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the THE Savannah, Ga., owned and captained i I<. ,,

tc GORDONGARAGE by Julius Hush :who has been crus-j: ;i One of our most respected citizens will be charged with breach : *. POULTRY *. > Special attention is called to the :
storiwat c ting down the coast for some time.I of promise. Regular court rules. Startling developments. 0 Th.-arlteryou J li'are your ords'r the +

er I! 1-" .*stopped here Friday on her return j i t! Ludicrous situations. Local hits. An evening of refined fun. : ** latter choli ihino--,.it, you luiv.of g.-ttingthe ** \ MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. .:
nut I and tied up at the Halifax Uher.J Z :
Gh I '. *. An or.It rorac.:! .nt..nntlll.tor.1I1 *
out The Yacht Club wharf until the following,!'I]t PRICES 35 AND SO CENTS,-Tickets on sale at Hankins' Drug Store, 1.'pr.s.nb'dMr..J.t'.itllr-y| .. l | hi'nilInj \ Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. :
aned d DeLandHeadquarters day, when she continued her journ -y,, <. March 2. Open at 7:30.: Court called at 8. 75.77.79.81NO. i Ht :N ws "ItIe.' l 'for*' tomorrow .
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= Published every. evening. except f m- Store WE SELL t ;

lay, from December 1 to April 1, by I

ill TrunksOUR THE! GAZETTE-NEWS CO. DAYTONA BEACH FLA.Exceptional I Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of it .

i Editor.C. Money-suvlng iZ s.Y
T. E. FITZGERALD Values in lubricating oils on the market. ..

i i ii S. HARRIS City Editor. Enamel Ware I .. i .

HARRY L. ROOD Adv. Manager .
ELEGANT LINE OF China


i Trunks, Traveling Bags and Suit Cases i 1 GEO. F. CROUCH.as second Superintendent.Entered class matter., Japanese Laces I i! WE REPAIR !: se! Greatly Enlarg L. I

Ribbons .
: enabled i December I, 1910. at the po">toffice I .
is now complete. Buying in large quantities we are Sides.
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!.., to make lOU very attractive prices. See our Trunk Dept. : at Daytona, Florida,' under Act of Opposite \\"ebster'sGroceryStorc" : Automobiles of all any 1 .

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iiiiir ii.Wir..ii. ii..il i. riW.. .ii. i"M: The city hall bench congress ad .

1 I ATLANTIC COAST LINE. journed to the parkage a short d'is I Useof .
: All depselected
JUST GOSSIP tance north of the city: hall Saturday:
spending your time sweating over a i
of the fro
5 BY THE GOSSIPER. 3 afternoon where a photograph
I Best Service to the EastPalmetto . "; group was made by one of the loc-a! hot stove these hot days trying to get :
:1' .m..w .m".W.w 'l'.m,." .m"; help used tl

Limited.. /Arrive Leave Jacksonville Hxyxnnah; .. .:::::::::::::11..n.m.7.x1 n.m.: : residents of phoJ gTaphas. I the family ironing done on time when $

Augusta.... ... ... ..... ... 6.1p.m.DAILY Daytona residents I with all the
an '
I can buy
Carrying& t h rou&h.& Coaches, ('bnrl'-"ton.............. 4.T p.u1.! every town along the East Coast win- FIRST GAMES PLAYEDIN you ; 1 Chefs

EUctriCrLitfhted Pullman Drawing Room !! Richmond w in ton.':.::.::: ::::: iw::"I"' ter visitors to this eecion of the state TENNIS TORNAMENT. : finest

B Cars. Jacksonville toswYorlc. I Bllltlmor" .--.. ..-.;;. ; \I.1/III.m./ IRON : Summer a
Pining .. ELECTRIC
eperB .Phhult.lphh'.l1..ilt.m.. :: : had The first in the annual tennis AMERICAN
.. ...... and every person who has ever I games I
N New.York.... ...... 150p.m. hotel : ..-4
tournament at the Desplaixl "'
occasion to ride on one of the Florida
New York nj1 Florida Special. aiiy Except !Sunday NO.M were played MonJay forenoon. The 1 FOR
i /Leave Jacksonville...................... 1.111*)p.m. East Coast raijroad! trains are waiting I
Deccrlptlop olt|lbls pjpular train de Luxe. / H"vannan ............. .. ....... 5.np.m.! first games played were In women'ssingles
This train oorJlslspl' Pullman, IWHWing and LI- *' >" <**ton......... .............. 8i! p.m. anxiously fw the appearance of and the results were as follows :. ISIS. .....IS I
Boom State RopRLlrk ping Dining Richmond....................... TJfia.m. 75These
teMT-Otwervatlod ears heated. l.y stenm.Arrive\%ushlnRton:; ....................111.:..n.lU. the new book by J, J P. peck with on"How : Miss: Taylor defeated Miss l TJConcede
quipped with thenrwblgh- peedbrxkes.and N ....... ._.............. ''{ x.n1. .
I. U brilliantly lUhts lighted being tbrouKfiout provided by i for electric-each \ \1'eat? Philadelphia" ........... 1.46 p.m. Not to Run a i7ilrMlti."' )Morgan 6-4 6.3; :Miss: \c'otn'lI:: $3 1 I
-F. special > R. R. :lrs.'ailte.: 6-1. 6-0 Miss:
defeated
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towth, affordlnw perfect comfort t Jn writing \ { ., : Ht..._ 3.56 p.m. :
sir toe reading at night. ,1 II. H, Hoene is entirely qualified; tc F;. ('., Hiker defeated ML 1-;. S. Rker "-

heave fckMnvllle ............. ft.lSa.m:
I1erida and West t Indian L. "*e J. i/iveHnvunntiti' ,,,,.,.,,,....... i.aop.nu write: g ft }book on "Ingratitude," using 6-:: :.1-0, ftI -:). ; I .
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DAILY Carrying Through Coaches, .. Pharlest'on.!.'.''..''.'.'.'.'.'..'.''.. ." !.hl. I hIs own experience since he established i I e

i87eetria.Li kited Pullman Room I.. : .............. 6.IOs.UI. are the Standard Laundry Irons and are i Tvi
g Drawing wSshi'n'um....... '...'' (I.it''8.111. I his beautiful: winter home on I II r

t .rrol Dining&- Cars. Jacksonville w W.Baltimore..WM.PbRadclphla..a-9p.m! ...n., North Ridgewood avenue. .)lr. Hoene I Fifty Years Ago Today. I Ir for sale by .. I

t'Y.? I!w\ JL I N New;; York......... ...... l.&dpim March 6. I
has one of the most beautifully' ar I White Help|

-n Mall vt' J ck ,nve., ........... 7F.ripJn. ranged parks in the South dn the Confederate congress authorfclzed I .
fast Line Florida : 'fc nnRh..................1o ".1I1. to I !
r Through Coaches (to'av.bar\t'l\ ton...... .... &tlba.m\ grounds which surround his residence an army of 100,000 men I. The Schantz Electric Ice j! The Prlnc '
DAILY. Carrying
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Richmond. fI.ulp.m. end has every reason to feel proudof serve twelve months. 1 Palm Brach
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l' and Electric-LiRhted!; Drawing Room lArrh.e \ ,. MnKion\\\\\\\.U\\\\\\:\:: VM. r
t Elteping Cars. Jacksonville to :\ew'\ork: Biitimorf .......... i nu.m. his beautiful home. The wholly .

1 Stops at Meat Station. 1 W.Vrw \! f1- ."..".. BStSl unselfish and generous nature of the Twenty-five Years Ago Today. I' and Water Co. I. .. Sam

lAcal Sleeper J ck onvllle to Savannah. proprietor of these grounds asserted RpginniiiK of a noted strike on I I ..

Best Trains to the West. .itself when he threw the grounds the guard system"! of railway'. .ISISIe.I.o
pN.eNe000..e.e00eeeMeeeOe.0.OeiNee.aeeNeN.q .lieN
open to the public and extended a Involving O.( oo Knights of Labor

Nos. o" led 1 h>y Martin i I n>ns. Threat: .! ,
) o. .-... South Atlantic 1 Limited ? 0' .. :82andW Montgomery Route rdniulVn.15Jpm I general Invitation to veryldy to min =,.........
I I inspect them and enjoy the beautiful of strike by 1'ennsylvania .

Lv.. .. lackeonviI1e..Ar R.451'm| KlSpm Lv ..JneksoinIIIe.Ar\ 75)am scenes, the shady trees aud the ers. .. ....HH.eeeeNe_.... OOON.N..N.eeee.e..0' ..

J8am Ar....Atlanta.......Lv li .i":'} pm NJiiBin Ar. lontjtoll..r'.L' tuiftpm pleasant: walks. Recently )lr. IIowue) <, :: I r T:
i 1..0 pm \r.. .._Louisville.. ...Lv 8.wam lS.H JlIIl Ar.. IJlnnliinliimi.! ...1" : .*> pin .
.. *) Ar. X"' ,, I\'lll..I. ..25ain8.4fipm has been to
l.06am \r..lndhtn"pollll. .Lv 4.10urn 7.4pm compelled put up a no-i
Ar. ....1'inelnnati..l.v n.'Kiiini' I.liiain .Ar .. Kvnnsvllle; . ..i.y, $U'aIan1 A Duel In Undress. I Magnificent Trains 1
T.lOam \r..ChIl"ugo..L'. V.'jupmIOam: ) I Ar . .. "'t.Lou" ..... Lv.. YIV' pmj tire warning the public that Hit- park r\ J
... ... .-. tllol:11 not dead was dylii -
j Ji.S' iiniAr| riilt-a" o..L' 6 'i'iu I I Dueling.; : \ _
I I is private and closed to at: but\ the 4 r -
:! out t",11 in Users': time and wasfiotlakoTTv 4 '. .
r i I members of the family. The cxplana]! :1 "Florida Limited""Southern's .
: ; ?"stTlinNly. The "loot'sl :
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No. >>4.1 DixIe flyer Route I =*. w-: II I XoSeminole"' ': Limited I No."' '3. ( t
.. -- --. --" -' ti >m! of this i iitt simply: ill;ratitulle. !! l>i >srai>lior toll the quaint story of Southeastern Limited""JacksonvilleAtlanta .. (

.. -.j ? X..- I.j 1j -. r 77778J6priiJ.V. ; .I Victors! to the beautiful ground) are I III jto\v J Mr. Humphrey:!: : Ilmvatrtlit" :a Mir.nTutieu Special""Florida .
!? . . JiickMtnvllle\ . Ai 7-Tniim) K.lDpni.Lr I .I'lck-I'IIt1I1"I Ai'ilo\Itil': t t I' I.
.. g' T "i-aThiT out iniidc. t his l: apliejiruiico ;
dnrill
iaJ broken down tr / .
Ar.N'N1y"cross... ... -v S.4Onivi I't:51:1nttr!') ' U iiyi-ro-" ..I-* S.lnl !:;:: II : to have ( I
lO.ffipiit,. ((lam Ar..v....\thlnla..L v R.J") pm ?&n:I otaIAt.. ........tll.uv. . ...l.v., :::-.um and plants, robbed the oat ner of hn:: '! In Hio field stack, naked." The ; Special"SOUTHERN ..

6.18 8.46 am pOI A Ar r........ Kviinsvllle..l'hlcnKo.; > . .I.v.spu1 r.,! !1..Hoiim) I 1l.t.l.lani'Ar;>:'iitu "'..r.Hlrmll.guuln..l.\......(.hh"lIjo.> ..... 1,\'' \1.1(1"1111-I.41..m] I beautiful flowers and! marrtd and Ue-j. H..tolilsli >TVTiaTU-i ncr?: asked: him what' \'i 1IIinrl .

7.20801 .\r..tt.J.ouls..... Apm, i 7.yt:!tlUIIl) .\r..to't. Louis.. ...Lvli l .::Opm uft'triiis Le "meant. "I know; ," a..J! Howartli. ..
until >
Ornaments
faced.
I : pj'titnee -
.1.t i RAILW'YFLORIDA
I I, if iin'rt of the cloiliiii\ !; Ii i i .
"that
any f fI
For Rat*, Pullman Reservatfor/ and Information Call on or WriteA '' "f's.t 1 tit 1 be: a virtue and the ', carried into,) the body! by a suiiMiot: II .
closed ti> the public sisn!' was found; .I:. S.
: W. FRlTdf, Bivislon; Pass. Att. W. D. STARK, Traveling Past Att. wound festprins ensues, and thereforeI -
tI v (be the only remedy. Instead of .
418 WESt BAY STREET . - . JACKSONVILLE FLA. I : hlIIwt you thus." Ills antagonist r
j abasing:; the privilege afforded them declared that fmhtiu: ; a man in purls : SPECIAL. SOUTHERN'S SOUTHEASTERN tI .
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the visitors should have extended. parte': without[ Washington
and arcortlin.zl.v; they ...... ..... .40a. :
Lv Jacksonville ; m. --
I STEAMER him a vote of thanks. further discussion.Definite.! i Ar Atlanta....................5.00p.m. !: Lv Jacksonville.......... 9.00 a. m. f .aiaiaiaiatlSteam

Cherokee Tomoka River Ar Chattanooga............o.S? p. m. Lv Savannah .............. 1.10 p. m. , .
STEEL REENFORCEMENT HAS : .\ Cincinnati..............s.OU a. m. I Lv Columbia .............. 6.40 p. m. .
.- : I ............. Ar ........... S..53a. m. .
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: FOR ARRIVED, WORK RESUMED.', "Madam" ('('IJ!:U';:: taker was!' speakIng : i Ar Louisville a. in. Washington : .
..1 to her who :l1I!>:w'n..l his knock- I!! Ar Chicago ...................5:2.i:! p. in. I Ar Baltimore ..............]10.02 a. m. I Ir .
: DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. :: The twi.su steel for reenfor.-! children six and under I: Ar Cleveland( .................3.15 p. tn. I Ar Philadelphia...........12.23p.m. .

: :.1 mvnt of the onjrete work in tht'n "how twenty-one many 'ears over of age have I Ar Detroit ... ................4.00p.m. Ar New york.............. 2.31 p. m. o ..
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1 : fastest and boat at the i: ter softening pant: at the waterworks : your .
: The largest; only stopping : I I .
: arrived Saturday and a forceof : "Lomme see." she reflected: tenmie : : FLORIDA LIMITED. JACKSONVILLE-ATLANTA r.

/ : upper cabin. :. men is at work today and others I see. Waal. sir tliar U two over six i I West and Northwest. SPECIAL. I Her

.: will: be two under twenty-ou.-Yt.- ; Between Jacksonville and Atlanta. .
po-ured an Lv Jm-k-ionvillc........... S.O.: p. m. .
: First-class Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin. :: I to. P ett body's.If I Ar "tltnta----------------': 5.::!0 a. m. Lv Jacksonville ..........S.SO) p. m. ..

\'ltJ. William IVter on. of Auro-:1.: : with .1 man or \vo- o .\ ii.-ville ............. I'i.S5 p m. Ar Macon...... ..............4.35 a. m. .
4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>.4>4>>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>44>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>44JLouisville .::1111.s :n charjre of the romr'tework you mIke;rt an::ry mind what yon :are I Ar your
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'.!'_.'.!'.!. ,.)., '.!' \...... .!J '- '- ''I.... I for Contractor:: A. ;\\I"P; Vo.'d., poinir: to tsny: :and 1l1'1I"II't! \ } say it. < 11\\.-as" . ........ 7 45 a. m. :: :. Ml
I .\ 'iMroit.................. .30a.. m. Asheville N. C..Ir r
Steamers U.S.A - I Birlllin h8m..1Z.I.noon. Lv Jacksonville...... .....9.00a. in. i ir ..

I b Ar 'Kansar-: : : ( ly.W.Z 8. m. Ar A.heville ..... ... .......7 00 a. mAr .
I ..."_+ 0 4. 0 lal NO.Ne.@s eN IO..D.. .at .e.I : : : : a PalmettoSituatej
: .\1 C( ri: <]o Spring*..... .s.15 a. m. (;11I' innati .S.00 a. m. .
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I Lv Jacksonville A.C L... S.15 pm [ .) I I ;pl ompb 9.1} t fu.u, lan. h tort dIure1.: arc large aj

Lv Birmingham& ............1_ti._)._") pm *'! 11; I Ii .. vice is adr
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Lv Nashville:! ................. ;.55 pm i l l+g "*,.wr u. II nn pr uu., unh r a oaaaeaaaeaaaaft a on appllca
I iI Leaving Daytona Saturdays an(I / t+4! .
Ar St. Louis L. & :C.10 am ; I i = t"Ad.i 1 .. ,.. !.I.:i> L'.Inl.' 1t! n pnt,. r.iin: wn- I .........
I I '.; I Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. . i : iiin-t .I. .Ii I
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i I bound South. i :. >it int.Oa! :> 'onii :aiui wi'lot" r- i.t lui' 111 i -. :U.I .,uh W i-uv I i.
Dixie Flyer Route.Lv I. i STEAMER SWANLENGTH
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I j. Jacksonville A.C.L... 8.25::! pm c Leaving Palm Beach Saturday, II Write or Inquire' on the Premises' No. 39 South Ridgewood' Avenue. I II r 0

Lv Chattanooga: ............11 37 am f 1 i! and Tuesdays at 9:00 a. m. I 150 FEET-281 TONS. .. THE

Ar Chicago .... ............. G 47 am ; !! bound North. \ .N.NN.NON..NNON 0..N.NS.....MNN.NO...N r

With excellent accommodations and service lighted byelectricity i : Fresh milk.
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1- Prnii < or;: I"rkI I .
South Atlantic Limited. I II : and capacity for sixty cabin passengers .
I I F. E. C. TIME I TABLE
I 5 Lv Jacksonville, A.C.L... S.15 pm i Ii i : I is now being operated betweenDAYTONA I aS'SlsK MAmerican
I IN EFFECT JA\t'ARY
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Lv.l Knpxville, J.. & X..IZ.O::! pm j McCOY BROTHERS I .....i

Ar S 45 pm i I "I'TH liI: I'-la.\I. iiI,, "I"III finsp-Rt\r: frI
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Ar Brand; Rapids:! ..... .. $G.45: am r;, I I : and
:1 :17 .y7 I till i' :13: I :11 an :I" OVI. "' ''' :1'" :11 Ii -e.....
Ar Louisville ............... S.40! pm I Seminole LimitedSOLID I :
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Ar Indianapolis.......-...... 1.05am : I I .. : I PALM BEACH .
I I '\1'1' :! tap I::! 13p !i'On !4 ::0'1 Jad.CIn\. i; :alp i; :up a 1(1; i .II :- ., 0
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-- -- J TRAIN I :. ::..p S ::!;i I "Sp )11 iiiui lu Cut St. Augustine 'N: : Jill' % K'I' 1Ii1111: iI :1I1I .
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Three first-class: Electric Lighted Electric Lighted Throughout. au,. S Sill 4 u. is 411p 1 I 1)etona :: :t 11 :taa !' i i .
:' :iv. 1 ::: I R Ii.:: -" 4q' i fi: :: Rockledge I_ ;:: 147p: Y 111, i ;:: ;1151: .
I Trains Berth Lights Dining Carson -: 4-:.., !:t "::.. t I 14: :!:\I' 7 i'''I' ti =?'p "'..l'almBoach1:",, :. JI'u :a IIIin :a IIaii 1 '" :. : ., S ifJ
la Carte.Louisville ;u :-\l' :!' "_ ::"" ep 11 S.p' Miami : :+:"'::1 i; -1:01 1 I'''' I 'N5i. c'5111: '
each train, a : m f 'I I .
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-- &i I and Intermediate Points' through the Picturesque Halifax .
M This schedule is published as a matter of news to readers of .
and Indian River Route. ... ....
\ S Nashville R. R. I the Daily News anti not as an 1 :

r: !' fIROP I 1 1 advertiscmc ; Leave Daytona Thursdays 8:00: a. m. :

:; T. B. WALKER Fla. Pass. Att. : Leave Palm Beach Mondays G:00 a. m.
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j 118'W.Bay St..Jacksonville.Fla. CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS ............+r..c.a.o. ..t.. .o..o..c..o a.o.a :
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.n.l.uig.r.I IOI.....I.i .. . ... BOND LUMBER COMPANY : I 111 .
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i Lc..II. 6> p.' : ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER .
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Ar..t. I.t.I\!.. T.'J" .1. in.Ki : Laths. Shingles Flooring Ceiling, Brick, Lime zoC Cement: : in Stock : a
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: JOHN P. POLLITZ. I 'Phone 83. R. MALBY, Manager. .
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..!.... 1 / / .a. I The social dancing party' at the ............................................. '............ I liii
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-r; TELWSPL ND. tfj Despland Saturday evening was the ,
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.. :' I..I I most pleasant and entertaining of''i HOTEL CLARENDON i'
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NEWS OF THE HOTEL the social I affairs! so far given atthatpopular ., '
t : :
: bostolry. : : SEABREEZE
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he best kinds of j!| '! Daytona Florida : FLORIDA :
: '
rket. t ; I OPEN ; Uk- !]IWro. Among recent arrivals at the '. f-i .

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NOW : Ridgewood are Mr and Mrs R T Geo.
M. Taylor! a prom In nt res l : . . Absolutely :
i estate Montclair:\ X. J. Wtston Va, A Silverberg, Stamford. .,., .air11iw Iii abrr t
1 i i ii man is $0-
L. M.' WAITE, Owner and Manager. Conn, Edward Devlin, Boston, Mist : Fireproof :
!
Journing at The Oaks during Marc =a
S j' Somerset, Misses: Aiklns: Toro..to,
a R i ii' .
il i Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all Can.
: A very jolly party of t\\enj-y guest : Now OpenBooking :
; Sides. Rooms Ensnite. Steam Heat. Every Modern : of The Oaks made !t. .-
the the
condition. t trip -
Lny up C. B. Smith proprietor of tinVinde ,. - .
i' Convenience. Send for Booklet. Tomoka Saturday on The South'and.
: i \ Jacksonville: !! and one timemayor : Offices: :

CONCERTS DAILY. : - of Jakson\ile, said sen rat) Seabreeze Florida E. L. POTTER President .
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1 I I Governor M. L. Ansel of Soul h days in Daytona on his return trim.:> : Hotel Blackstone Chicago :

rage. rNiOONI I Bummer Addret-sv" ATLANTIC HOUSE, Narrapnnsrtt Pil'!'.. Rhode lsland.NNN0 : Carolina and :Mrs.\ Ansel are guS 6 from Havana with his family.!] They 1180 Broadway. New York W. S. KENNEY Manager .. ,

..1 i ,............ ...................................: at The Pines. This is their: firs were guests at The Oaks ander.' i....................................................
NtNONOOOINO
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visit to Daytona and they are d.- delighted with; Dajtona.
lighted with this popu'ar and ....... ........................,. ................'
.O NN4N4 0.....................N.NtNN. resort
.. its surroundings.Hon. Recent arrivals at the City Hotel Located in the Most Beautiful

I RIDGEWOOD are L B Benjamin, Xew York City, I Sarato S a Inn Spot on the Halifax River... ... 1 r
I THE )
i S. H. Walker and wife 1 cStaiftiton \V II McKinna, Philadelphia, !R E JOHN J. McGUIRE Proprietor. j I
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i Dawson, Louisville! Ky, A J Legs, Savannah -
Va, who were Januar!)
EJ i TirC INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath.. No better in '
I. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. guests at The Pines- have returne G R Bethune Atlanta, Ga, !
of the best of Terms reasonable
Florida. Table everything in season. as as
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from an extended south and J Kaserman, Lake Helen! !R P Pad i I
trap are
: the service: will permit tiny on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No, 112 !
NOW OPEN. i fully convinced that Daytona is the Bison Cocoa, J II'hte: Jackson-
ville. ...................................CI.OA000.ONN !
most all. \ and I II Ir
charming place of :Mr. <

i All departments will be managed by white Northern help, i iI Mrs.:\ Walker will be entertained"a ...................................................... I I
The Pines the remainder of the sea Eight tables were occupied! by tho t tI

sweating over a ;I selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white : son.. players at the bridge party at tho ::I THE BENNETT :

iys trying tq get Hid ewo<)d Thursday; eveningand t
help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : = UA"'T() A. FI.OK1DA. :
ne on time whenCIRON Mrs.:\ Cornelius Van fit s L prizes were won by Mrs. E. S. > Xow open for th. tiiird "1'1I..n under, the IMa-rat 1 IJllllulj'mt'nt of A If. nlid }:. 0
Horn t.he
i with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the : < :Manenner of Daytona, and Mrs. L. 4. L4NK. :. |pnq|>ri<'tor-01' hovtoii 1 I1. 1'. an.-tl Is llrst-(-lnss 111 ,-\-rv: partlrular. Till .
R Misses May and Floretta' and Johi .> f. iitur. iir- -,",ul]| i I-*4.r h l 1.1.| still\ ,plot. -. ? tmitlrrn IIOIIM H n"nlat domelike. .
Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable : O. Smith of Philadelphia: : second ;. ntlnospliiT.. uud) a location, 011 ldi\' :"limn'- boulevard KM&'VI(MMIII\'nUt.| Two tfli- .
finest Van Horn of Jersey City, N. J., at t
& t nls fourth. Kiirngi Hot-I I will U UH M ntlr. nioutli of April .
prizes by Mrs. B. S. Lang of St. ;
[ .1. : Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. i tired in the city a few days 'sine e Louis and Miss Aldred of Liwrence, :J Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages Marblehead. Massachusetts. : i iiNONfNNNNNNN
?e and are guests of The Oaks on Xor.1.' ............................N..A '4 4OON000
'kONffNO ONiON ON 0 NNNO N0NONNON0iNA Ridgewood avenue. The family atone \Ints.; third prizes by MIS. Barnes of I

i .-_ _- time owned a home on Secom Daytona, and C. C. DeCaer: of St. NN NN NN N.0 N00 0 NN 0'00 NN NN NN-

A!.. ..0/./...II00...e0..//0/.../e/..../0/0/0/0. avenue and resided! here, but gold th Paul. ,' :. I i THE PROSPECT i
property some. three or four year I
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late arriva's: ad the'Des.
; Among tI
J.1 THE PRINCE GEORGE ago. They have many friends in Daytona pland: are S B Creagh Salem, Ala, j I 14. I| 109 South Ridgewood Ave. I i
who will be pleased to again
DAYTONA, FLORIDA : T R Kiger and wife Wheeling W : : t 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office.
i meet them.
: wife Kansas I Steam Heat.
Va M J Verner and |

: : f Hilyard! & Holroyd, Proprietors :. M City, Mrs David Post,* Miss! Post, I : I ../ ( Mr. Foster P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor. I Iloll
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.: Conceded'to bti the best situated Hotel in this section. : Among the late arrivals! a t the Miss Grace Post, Miss:; Balch. David :.I.NIIINe OON NN..N OON NN..0'00' NNNNNNNNNN
j Oaks areV: S Ha-mMn' and wife: Post, Jr, M I C Steavns, Chicago. G I ------- -- -

[Irons and are J IJ 1\. Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. :: Gloversvilte{ James M I Bell, Alber X\T XV Chaffle. and wife, Philadelphia; .......................................................

: Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : Wareham and wife, West Charltoi Dr and Mrs C C ConneU, Morns-1 I :. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. *

Steam Heat Throughout. N Y, Mrs John' Knox Mrs Richard town X J, D Louis Perriu and wire: : : HOTEL SENECA <.'OKNKIll<< _tTVAL_ AND OTKAN: MTI!+. J t
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,. .1 White Help in Dinind Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st : Knox, :Miss\ Florence Ceo Lill am Chicago. ] :., ENTIRELY NEW. .

I wife, Chicago Mrs G Van Horn Mifi :: :

'inc. Ice i The Prince George PlerlstheonlylandingIn I'ajtonn' forNt.Augintlne tnd F. Van Horn, :Miss\ M I Van Horn, J. Recent: arrivals at the Wtlmer: ; :' Albert Bennett Proprietor C. R. Bennett, Manager :

I IOiI f",; .I' Palm Beach boats. Particular with pleasure. ,:. C Van Horn, Jersey City, M f Katherine are DrV W Blair, :Miss\ A Blair! ;:' :..' A Nice Flaw for Xlc P.-opl.'. Running \\'ut"r. Htnin Ili'iit and l Phone In KveryKoom. : ..

t I\, Boorse, Elizabeth Boorse, Nol Princeton, Ind, C Van Steenburg, C' : White H.MU-I-I Throughout. ./ ,K. Mr. Foster
THE BRISTOL, Astury Park. N. J. : ,: :
o. : Same Management as ristown, Pa, Miss M Lippin-eo' Ph''adelphia :,: \ ')'nard, Xew York, Christopher! I ...................................................... l
I : _/ rJt Mr. Foster : K F Snow and wife, A Ger Statits, East Orange X J, C Jeffery

..NOIdONOtt i/el......................../e0.i110.0L0...../e/ei/i/.. dine and wife, Cleveland: R B Franc: Clinton: X J D Grover, Mrs: J S'I..........................................N......... t

-- and wife, Palmer Mass: c B SmKl: Grover, Mis! H] Grover Chas Co.- ; :: INN H H. MANWILLER, Proprietor : I

:J............010e0e..../e/.../i/......0100t. I and wife, U M I Smith and wife. Jack, rover, Re l Bank X J, X\m Ciiarlton .. NEW SEASIDE DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA :

' I sop v tile. :nd wife, Roto, Xtb, C II Mptt aid : This new and select family hotel has just been enlarged and rein-Dished :

i i if .' an wife, C II Mott and wife, lUnoXe '..' for the season 1910.11 to meet the: requirements of its growing patronage. :

: THE NEW GABLES I Ami'iig th1 return? urri\as! at Th( I \ MIJ. L J Wells and: daughter, : Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths Electric and Gas Lights Call Bells '

T fine atM.Mrs: : I Geo: Wells :Mary\ i S BoJ'.cn: : la.35.. W 0 Forbes and wi.I.t : Rates $2.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application :

-41\\ J Daytona t Fla. IVelll.: Miss 1S Jones Philadelphia!' Lincoln! Capt Grove and wrfe, Boston 1"11I1111I".1. i 1,- ". II' ''TI.! I. I I.H II to\; XI.I Fti.: <<
r\H: ;, i. NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY : Mrs Sanford Northrcpo, :Mks\ Xanc:}' :Mr and Mrs V It Shepherd Cmcinn'ti ..........e4ee"...... ...!.+t...... .. .. : {

\ LOCATED. EVERY MODERN Xorthrope Camden X J, illss Ida: : Ohio. --- - ---- -
' limited"JLW'Y I : i CONVENIENCE AND I: Xorthrort\ Xew York ci'L)'. Mr and ...N....NNO............0.Oe.................0......

.' COMFORT .. .. .. Mrs F Palmer.. Jackson :Mich\ M Ir Recent arrhals at hmidfs hotel -
cial" 5 V C Long. G Levi, Mit; II Katz- I Lane Inn"A I
are "The
and Mrs Lorenz, Dayton 0lr:\ : Ivy ;
-: Steam "Heat Throughout : I and
E f and Mrt> .F \Vorthhigtrii: Xew Yo.l eiistetu, Chicago, .1 livai Taylor

S. H. MOSELEY : .-y.: Mrs K Jeffri!<< Gays 111, M Ir f wife. Chester- J'a. XV G l"rol'S.jc; > High Grade House, catering to the most particular ptop'e.! Central i 1

i i.ilIe. :. art Proprietor. I: and Mi* Ceo H Coe: Troy X Y. M.JStella I and hUll Montreal. O E l'O\'a and S3.CO and S4.CO per day-517.50 and higher per week. .

wife. Xew il 'dford} .Masj 1 Mrs E 1 D : WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor ,
iI : .. .r'" .: Th ArIlnlaon.ThOUand Nluiul 1 t tGIs Alkin and daughter, Mr 1 K .J Open November to May. .
.1t 1 I':.rk. :X. Y.. during ioU III 1110'1' of Riles SpringfielU! Ill, H L Kent, .1\ McLeod.) A II XVoodull, E R Conrad, .
Fosteraaaaaaaaaaaaca :
I ii r w .K..:. . 1 J lull. X" M l Fountain, Russell Xahm. G \VFisher .: ./tjl( Mr.
I' ./IsK Mr. Foster I II: C Kent, WefctfioW, X Y, Mrs' I S Wilcox Deland. 1J Weeks and \\ i't': .... ....................N........N........ONN..0..
Miss Pauline Wilcox Washington -
}'S SOUTHEASTERN I. -- -- ------ -----
[LIMITED.ew i ...../i/fteeh: ..ii.e0...!............../i/.....I. D C, Mr G W Fish,! HiS Fish U) II Brazil and wife. New York City ..aaaaaaaa.aa0aaaaaaaaaaaaaaoa.eaaaec
t XV M l Keeler alaI wife Mrs C M I Mtd-1
< York aid he East. Miss Alice I'Ish."a'erly X Y. MnR !;
E. H. PURDY, Prop.

.._...... 9.00 a. m.Li f '............u.........................................I. !Fairfield I) Adam 111. Mr K Adams and Mrs, R M I>L Adams AnSI: -l 1 lGreemille ,, dlf'tonILert F. : Dutton> ). Sanford!}Free., Fla Mr, and Ur.J:Mra II.F THE SEVILLE Daytona, -- Florida

..,........._ 1.10p.m. I II. Arthur A St-o
i II 1.
IL. Staub, wife and son
I S C. S Wa'ker: and wife GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON.
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6.40p.m. I' wife J M I Scof;eld! and wile.
field! and ,
HAMILTON
ton .......... 8.53 a. m. i THE : Taunt '1"a, Mrs Richard Knox Mitt(i s I Surrounded by Spacious Grounds, in the most delightful part of the City
e ...............10.02 a. m. : : : Florence] Knox Mrs John Knox. Chi- Stamford. Ct, XV S XX'aj-ren. Dalton, I The guests receive the best the markets afford in the dining room, and every i
bla..12.23 p:m. I = New and:First Class : (cajo: E J Richards and wife, Eli Ful Mass. Robert T Fran-es, l'ittJ.f.e: d, T I comfort and convenience that a well regulated hotel can offer to the public i;

k.: ............. 2.31 p. m. i' . I 1: mgr and wife Easton I'a. Mass J 1-' Reins PhLadephb.! I rand .....N.N..NNNli.......oo....MS..oat.o..MM.oaa III I
: .1I Mrs l I E: Fischer! lIa'kenO:1t'k.: : X

NVILLE-ATLANTA .. I.. .i ersey. ................................../...i........./e//.
TluSexille! 11 I II
i Late! arrivals at :
ESPECIAL.eksoaville. Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells I. il : DAYTONA FLA. Under new manage-
11l1. I Cof.mk..: Mrs II II Coo-uk.: Miss Edith: I CLARENDON.Late The Cleveland
and Atlanta.iille 1 HOTEL located ood table : '
;
ent Centrally
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ElegantRooms, with or vithout Baths : ( ( ciiik, Ms: Mary Coo,nk. Frank I.Maiaihv I..: I I arrivals: : at the fian-nd": ", i irre
: l.cat and
of fiam
and hisf
.=....... I. Cincinnati! Mrs' D W lie) s, i service W. J. SIMPSON, Prop.
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8.50p.m.
I;:' I It Mr and Mrs John! K parr! ;. (4"0<> electric lijlits. I<..I-( nablc r.itts, :
............4.35 m. II ( :
: a.
- I .MiKt' <, Mr J M .Ja nter. Moncrea{ ,Kil''i' : f
-Mr R J .ae..tlimate.ios.ate..e ,
........7.45 a. in. ;: . .. lunibu: O Mr and > ..tieiei.taco.eoe... ..to...
t : Caida: :: : Mrs Frederick. Miss I! Mary IS ''i 1) FilU'rt Mi-s! Mai-v! .C Marfn.! : M L - ___ H6O$8.

Leville, N. C.ille..9M0. : f.," : MRS.\ I. M. MABBETTE\ Proprietor :. : : i'.-.TOW: r Cincinnati! C M J 1hrlrhi: ,.'I Lydia; li IradJ'ord.'m eIiL't u. i .....tWit9 40....I SWGW...I.H.H..O.N.N.0 69 I i I Ii

a. in. t .. 1'aal'a.: F.: It IlurkliaUtv. M.s: Hu.k: 'I Philadelphia: Mr a.d: Mrs (' II 1\.11 '

.......; 00 m h tlt"r Cedar Rapids 1 : la: XVil'ian! i I
a. E : Avenue ./?*t Mr. Foster DAYTON. FLORIDASCHMIDT'S : I ball, Mrs L M nf>p. r-. X. w York! THEAUSTIN , I
........... Palmetto
8.00 a. m.
:Mural Kicking, I Ifta.on; ; Mt I;l s. Ii; CLnuU.n ''I ____ _
: .ii1e0101....../i/ii/....../e/e01i.i.....0.....e.i. and wilt; ,, J G 1. ;,dou.J 1',, : JUDGE FRANCIS LOWELL i OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA. FLORIDA i 1

It' II 'oneht''lInd... elegantrvIr. : '"! I DIES AT BOSTON= HOME. G.V.. SV.AN. Projnctor. o
It..Hi'KHOXVILK.-oiiiinunli-iitf with FLA. .... .../itl.o........IiSIi....Ui/./I II. : Mrs C II Ivts RusMord X Y,, i I I: 1''i .
( i ............ et Irs I Gage, Mrs! It \VilIIani.s.: Mr;, BOSTON March 6-Jmlf'::; Francs Electric Lights and Call Bells Steam Heat Hot and Cold Water. ,
PETTIT. D. P. A.. 1 I
HOTEL :Moore, Toronto Canada Mr and Mrt: I Lf well 01 th" Fd" nil o'irl d ed .aacaaaaaaataaaaaaaaaae.aa.oa.o.oaaaa.aaaaaaaa*..-- j ,1 .

a, Ga.NNOi00100NOfI000. i Madden Manhansett L 1 I. :MrDavit() I -udileiil at h'lu: ,m" IJ"p' tc day. !Ileuai -- - - --- ----- - ---- -- ------- -- - i f..w

: Henry SchmidtJProprietor{ Daytona Florida : Dodd Miss L Dodd. East Grains >: : .'; t'\r":\ ( t! 8.::.. .. ,
INNNM OON.N.NNON 0N iONO e iNNNNNN : 1 ,
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: Situated on the bank of the Halifax River one mile from fAtlantic : .I. S K Duffie'.d! and \\iff, 1ht'l .V I ::: =-=-=-

S Ocean. It has fifty rooms single, en suite or with bath.The cuisine Sleeping and rooms service I Duffield, Cleveland O, I Louisa Giiionl; !,.1.......................... THE PINES MRS.i D. ]. CUMMINGS, | :f1 f1SI ':
are large airy and nearly all'have sunny exposure. families :I Ashtabula! O, Chas M I Stags ai:d w.it-. I Proprietress. I : '

Y. on application.is admirable. 'Rates, 53.00 per day and up. Specialties( fort I I Mifr.: Stasg. Stamford Conn. Mi' ,''ii DR. SCHADT'S i An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct 2 :! _

I.1 IIiuhH-k( Miss Lyon Bridgeport! u I SI
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..../0/Oe/iI/..............e0Ieee 1 PARTY TRIPS. supervision oE the proprietress. II
---1 ./0...........1...... Mini Laura Haugan, lissm:1! :I : l I
'. 0 Avenue DAYTONA, FLORIDA. i JI i
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Mann. I. P! -n.lll\\ '' Eunice 1
Mis
Ier Chicago .
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: Mr and: Mr; T E Faror 1i: \\'alll-,. 0* : : i Same mauaclllcul:: as the Nc'* Majjnolia. Abur> Park J N. J, S i, ; I
York
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LARGE SUNNY . Z .tor |INnlai! n-.i-ti.iTHTi' :: .1".1'l : ; r0.
: lU-iidifT, Cincinnati. Mr XV A I' 'n< . ft % .nir.d. ntitiHMtinn, Mi t 'kT; mil: i-iiil-- I f :
fruit the place.: Furmcejfceat.[ RATES: S2,CO per . .it. |j. :hot On"ue'kln.l, \"iln (Him The WillmerI The OSBORNE ; i
2 Fresh milk vegetables and on Portsmouth! X H. Mrs T F \\'Ito: :; ,

[ervice, lighted by i day and up; $12.00 per week andup.; 1 1i 1I worth; East Orange!: X Y. Mrs M,'haff''y ** W.-t'nh"\\DR. O. G. J., SCHADT.%.,rk. : U J'.l I:: \N. I H I I' ..;, A. OSPXRNL, Prop t! j
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flak( Mr. Foster MRS. CELESTE HINKS II t.- ::" . 'I.. ,. !' .. 75c and SI.00 day f : IJ..
ecn iI i Mfhose: Mass Alfred Eldt''di : : .l> )M.t.7,:,n': i,' in\1a',: ,. :: .." : Excellent: TiMeKates per .
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..;::t.:? '.1. c-" !'' .i:-"zl, \o '.:.:':-fi { ; I According to Anglo-Saxon law every Luke Lea. Tennessee's Senator !i :'.fOSD Is 5 miles ---- In the
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Iii . .. ._'.''/;'..";.!;..'4:'!:'...\...':..: : : Y,: OAA ravao' I .. }:.-".t..-..'.:.?. {, king anyone man's was who valued life took Including it at could a fixed commute price ami the Only 32, but Clever Politician I ,.,'hot!,d.r on the Daytona the Halifax weal, DriveS LAMENT CF A t K

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::::r payment upon tii location
'he
offense by a money
i ----- _""':' '- ---=7-. -:r.- ., I i i fixed scale. The life of a peasant wa: :._ . .y I t' .n permit; S tMOrmond
I reckoned to be worth 200 shillings; ,, ; t. 'c .ralnagot and The Homesicknes
and DAYTONA noble birth 1,200 shillings .- .:t sanitation; TO Working Upto<
that of a man of
CHAS. F.BURGMAN. SEABREEZE enterprising and DAYTONA I and the killing of a king Involved I h. .' elevation. 1s su- Years of Routine:
'r' and Ideal for
towns on the Halifax BEACH the regicide in a payment of 7,2 l K) shE enter homes. A and In the Dow

Peninsula, are geographically It has been iwiuted out that the .
lings. ride bridge conI'rfs mid are thousof :
as sepa trratewdrlrq There
THE one rate although municipalities.incorporated The towns parallel PHARMACY P heir to the throne could thus get rid ol : Ormond with; o\'r rouse. sex gOlf men In New V.
north and south : the existing occupant by murdering :A tsY t'N Tinond Beach. t'lub house Music stthe
the peninsula '' 11 been con:
REAL for a distance of from three and one- James F. Dobbin him and thereafter handing over the Many fine home I "in now Slopping a.tn ness has .

I half to four miles and extend east ProprietorDAYTOiA BEACH fine, according to the scale, to the exchequer I ire maintained oni Ju..t"t HIUonos across: the, R., for twenty years
!)
ESTATE
of the
Ither side 15iN seldom i
and west from the surging seas of I when his offense would be .. routine
the Halifax Everything Usually! . :l\,>r, most of then BooII. In tmvtrain
MAN the Atlantic Ocean to his would comeback punctual
tide water Carried In a First purged and money .. ... .. ,urrounded by sub
River, the beautiful from Glass Drug Store I to himself for in those days: the : > < .topical flora and every day iu
FOR stream that sets them apart have close Our Prescription sovereign received! all fines as personal >hrubbery,besides CALL ON their offices, bnrrl!:
with which they .Complete I .
SEABREEZETOKSCtflA Daytona communion by means of three Department In everyRespect I perquisites. There is very little doubt ( ? .:orrtL "irlfty orange and OR WRITE TO jar hour and take
bridges as well as a half-hoar ferry that these rough means were practi a o++ till T citrus fruit and bold to Itlntl

> GOES service. 'Phone 195 cally applied In the ease: of some rulersof c trt"'S. MACONTHORNTON l Many of these IT
t Phou: 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are England; In the preconquest period.Londt Ormond has many to know and ma';
summer and winter resorts 'v-:: tttractloas-excel- names the:)
essentially : hosa
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Telegraph. "
and are making hundreds of >n ; I : nt automoblllng, attached
Income
those BRANCHNICHOLSON xxl fishing> safetontlng
among
new friends every year sort of w;
SONNTAG the discomforting a Stevenson Obliged. and many ORMOND ftrange
to
who desire escape & is th
strong
extremes of heat and cold and Robert Louis Stevenson once sent pleasant drives. IF IN ANY WAYINTKRK8TKD how
INVESTMENTmm i [ their hotels and boarding housesare the following; quaint letter to an autograph I At Ormond Bach ) : Is the story of on-
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receiving'splendid patronage .,... ., ;.j located the large IN PROPERTY life there has coi
now FEED AND LIVERYSTABLE hunter: : :i:,:" !*
from the: most discriminating You ha\e rent me a slip to write on. ":,.? NY.. 'lotel lesser Ormond sister ands the ORMONDOBORMONDBKACH moving that *tji
: throws
class of tourists. Tou have sent me a.i Mns-se The ocean itself, with its' marvel All Orders Given You have rent It nu "' ampo.l, Many have 1b > ttvtton Inn. The ", Will Give TOM some of the tity'-
Desirable ous beach hard as macadam and Prompt Attention done as much b''foip.ou l.aspelled; i : rsier occupies a HUiln"v8 Prompt "In the t\\entv
floor is the greatest attraction aright avid "un.lue: done ositton! overlook "
AttentionORMOND
Locations in smooth as a Careful Drivers my name : the lt
although earth, air and sky Familiar,,1 th ltoudsE.A.BRANCH that in one jointoii: st:mil .ilo-i :: r.e I :14 the Halifax,and downtown "I vratr ;
any part of to have entered into a combination have pent m" the: stmr-ps for m\ P'ttofflee :'ie latter baa as Its experience
SeabreezeOIDi''s seem to enhance: its every charm. not tl.e stamps for \\our, Meat uasked ,, I, 'tttlook the ma;nt- permitting, of
with s;o uuc.i t'Oil.J.'l"t: ioJ 1 1 tak I and the hou
beach luncheon
automobilerace I i u-.int
famous the
The beach is the .' tSs
litre sm eon .
a pl asun' to Eranf; i iI
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world'sstraightaway I' road Atlantic. between
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course where every Real Estate Agent value It and have tern nt th- pains to street
: Evansville, record has been made, Bench Cottages I earn It by such unusual attcntii'iis-here I II Besides the brood, FU. tery. 1 have foc
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Indiana, Florida andSettbreeze and all these records it continues to a l'l"Ii<ySELDEN'S is the signature.I mooth beach there btanufactnreofPure built ground In t
hold without rivllr-. I noinnT .ons STKVEXSMX! .r.' many drives for Home-Made marvelous change
The beach has a width of 300 to I II irrlages and auto- 1
GUAYA V A JIlLYMA twenty years
500 feet and can be used from two- I Calculating uoblles around Or.mond.drives have dHow
L.Z. BURDICK hours after until two hours before "Why d.ifxa't, 'tlrsI riimgit; stop} toand MALAJES AMD" buildings hou.
CONTRACTOR high tide, thus giving an average Of DAYTONA BEACH quarreling: ilh her husband and g.; tdivurrer ;. J lirou h crovcs: of TROPCAL: many
hours for automobil-- 'olden oranges; PRESERVES down! How man:
and BUILDEROettages seven or eight Goods Shoes.Men's !
a HpeclaltyxtiTiatea ing some part of ca:h day. Dry drives through trop- Special Attention to op, some of then
Correct huts Much more of hi.fectirtte
realizes (
furnished Seabreeze and Daytona Beach each "She ,.. .... i\I'> U I forests to Hpan- Funny..Orders. to take the place
Wear loft after M --= I Reuss.' ... .
he \\nuld have: paylog : I .nPan.Ameiesa
'A.}} Work fluur- have a permanent population of ap- i-h ruins; drives to Expo"ltlol1Bu1rLIO "I got to knot
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anteed.Seabreeze. Aeio+s from "he allows him
ordinances alimony than nw Ire ancient Causew -
,Florida proximately arc strictly 1500. enforced Sanitary, streets The Seaside Inn for ear fare md hm h......"-Washington LliA the newly elected senator from Tennessee Is one of the' iy built by slaves 'west India Eiposi.: town so mental well co

and sidewalks are well kept and i E youngest men ever elected to the senate He was thus honored n f,-\\ or planters of longo Louisiana lon'harlelton PurchuPExposltlon.8t.Louit make a and see th pl

new streets arc being opened as fast j Star.Ci weeks before he was thirty-two years of ajre; I>a\is EIkir t. nppoinici.from : ; and drives to > blocks
V.C.GRANTf'LUMBER as the increasing population de- i A. VANDE VORD -chess. \\....Virginia, is only thirty, but be was not elected Mr Le. t'i" plantations of ings. If I want

mands. Besides hotels and boardinghouses j I, Contractor for She-My lilllf broilier shot oT! bh: comes of nn old Tennehsee family. Eighty years ago another Ltike Lea: wn< ::1 no.pltit>)l6 settlers, I shoelaces to anyt tparticular .
hose! places are re- t'xactly"h're
Water steam and there is ample cottage acco- MASONWORK gun this niorninu:, and the bullet went representative from Tennessee, but the new" senator never before asked for apolitical pete; with the Inter- dUb!
MOllNDGROYtORANGES
Gas Fitting modation for all winter visitors in 01 All Kind! through; rely hair. He-How careleHf olHeo Six: or eight years ago; ho was irraduatinl from the UnhersitA ..;t of Houthernfruits > ,: where It could In
Phone 185-2B both towns. Concrete('urbingsSidewalk-tc. you to leave II I l.\In;: sin:und.-IIs-: of the South known as Sewanee, and began, the practice of law in Nashville and flowers.On It would cost.

DAYTONA BEACH All the attractiveness of Seabreeze DAYTONA BEAOHFITZGERALD I r:1o..anp.; ; lIe bei-ame interested in politics( and was one of the founders of the Tenure*- .>of the most! In- "A great city
FLORIDAIPINEHURST applies to Daytona: Beach, the two Beean the paper of which former Senator Carmack was the editor when h I tinitlng of these andGrapefruit restless 88
towns so similarly situated. A Previous CJ stion. Lea was largely responsible. for ti! '- plantations is at theh'a.wat..rtI 13 as
being was killed in a fight with the Goobers. man who 1
of the the
intentions
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slluit
The development of Daytona Beach She-I'IJ'I isk ( jour nomination Governor Patterson but later broke with him and made his
and known not t.: Ink Ui
; lIe- H illfax does :
Grown
e\eniiz. Best
last : 5eorge.;
Peninsula has been fully as pheuominal as its & w re his I re-election impossible. The election of Lea was dramatic. lIe had not announced IM Moundgrove. It the part of it wi
almiit
own
thins St.
Didn't Grove on Augustine
l>rlva sister on the north, and each year say any himself! as a candidate while the legislature/ was balloting In deadlock is on' of the finestor Automobile what the t
Daytona Beach there is a substantial growth. The OATES did he?-n"l'tt:11: Trail*ript. I' and after being put in nomination he was elected on the suceeeilincballot. : .in;;e;erovesonttw Rond 10 MlleiNorth of less l>epan my strollnels
Modern Oonvenlenres. sand dunes have been leveled II<" K: ist To ist of Florid -
RatesReasonable. great I LAWYERS, Painter and Tavern Keeper.Mariotto Lea Is what Is known in Tennessee as an Independent Democrat. HOTEL ORMOSD under t heyears
and Is amid very'protts
been t !
and handsome homes have Governor Hooper
Allertlnelli.lio lived In 18 a prohibitionist% and in the campiizn last fall supported : that has'bridges
Mrs, W. H. Freeman built for both winter and all. surroundings Deed Knox '
year- Daytona, Fla.j the Joint candidate of the Republicans and the prohibition Democrats. 0rr lime I
Proprietor round I the fourteenth entnry.. was a painter MounU,rove Is on I ;
occupancy. Beed Compar.7
th Daytoaa-Halnt tween Manhatt.:
who spent :'uuh time in endeavoring
to prodti.-e ertaln mixtures in oil. lit I The aviator who had been circling Helps Trade. I Augustine road. BULOM Postofflce I I II It does not era

j .************.:.......tt.k/t1t/ ., ." " " " " . was not very siio-essful and objected above the city reported on hU descent I "Do you believe In lore at first I bear the rrsth.sIoeomotives -
of
executed at so much to the rtiism: : he received that no one could have uu Idea of how sight?" I
i Fine Job J b P Promptly ; that he gave up painting and kept a the Curs on the surface lines appearedto "Sure. It boosts my business." Finely executed yet KO srmdiially.
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Printing ?
"How so
j; : Gazette News Office. tavern, but linari\ >> cu: j>aiuter still creep nlxiut. Job Printing at the presentM.
i livesxhile his tneru keeping record "I dt," i protested! si moan in "the group- "I'm a divorce court. lawyer.-De- this oElce.ir "The changesbusiness =
of listeners 'f 1 ride on Vu troit Free Press
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.9 ..T t UFEINWYORK A HINDU WIZARD. t his dons"History quotes commcnTare.from ned a Principles.pamphlet 3fr. Gllbart of published B lnkIng" In-- real quence or was personal that security.It quickly The conse-I Piece of ii Li

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His Trick That Puzzled an Occidental In 1GTG. entitled "The Mystery of great quantity of cash Into jA Splendid j jj oi
Master of Magic. I hands so that the chief or greatest of
the New Fashioned!': Goldsmith I1f
.''t; Some "of the tricks of the Hindu: them was now enabled to' supply
WOND-ONTUE.RALIFAX I IDII5 flow It r.!ay Run In) a Deep Rutrf wizards are past} understanding! ; according -I I Bankers Discovered: a passage that Cromwell with money In advance on
be
may reproduced: j j1128x220
the revenues as his occasion required j Property
occidental master of
to :an I
-' In the Matter of Locality. "Much about the same time-the si
m11e1tDaytona. ., magic who was speaking[ of hU oriental time of the civil eom!:iotion-the! ;goldsmiths upon great advantages to themselves.
rivals. ThW: is; what he says: he i 1'e- .
fashioned bankers -
(or new : : : The baby In the street car was cry-I
on the the HalifaX wen rOre '*\\MENT OF A MAN WHO MOVED saw Lucknow: a Hindu: wizard do in a "lub ia. gan to receive the rents of .ntlemell-'; lag a natural baby wail, and the woman I i feet Cor. Rid i>c wood and 5 I
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allowthem :
remitted to town and to
I estates
who was carrying It resented this> i ii
:"be loeaUon"n \ s
perm1a.ralnage S StrgbtTo I t "lIe took n board and placed It on : and 'other xyho put cash linn commiserating glances:: of the rest of I
i Avenues.
Loomis
and |rf-rjt Homesickness Thft Came With four glass goblets: thus elevating; it their hands: some interest for it if it I the car. I Ii 5
I from the floor. A youngster siMi'iR! ::: 0:' I
: month In their
aaltatloalatloa After remained but a sinsle: :
; .Working Uptown Twenty I, i "What Is the matter with the poor I : --
the board requested:: to Place. his
li lulid was : hands a lesser time. There .
or even
. Years of Routine Travel to and From 1 1 little dear?" :asked} one woman.
Ideal for Ormondt 1nd In the Downtown District. I hands together;: palms up. Tli-n I the ,I II was a great; allurement to put mon'y "It Is annoyed to have to ride In a I i
bome. Ji Juggler;:; took a glass;: ; of water and: Into their hands which would l hear I common street car. where everybody) EDMONDSON & DONNELLY i
ridge con try ,. thousands and thousandsof I poured it Into the outstretched hands wanted It.
R .W'ddve >Tbere are i Interest!' till the clay: they present can talk about it!" snapped I I
|rmond With over that new York tits whose busl- of the boy. In the meantime! the toy and could also draw it out by ...... ...au
New they ..
In 8 m
Beach course. Mu.te at the ? men ; I the custodian, pushing! ;: the button fOI'l| o.N.Nis.ONN.e......NN AN N eN
fine bomesDtalDed Club I am house n 8.1D j 'ne has been confined:to one district had been mesmerized and his attention i 100 or !30.:: etc.. at a time as they : the car to stop.-ItufTaloIF Express.; -
now .toPPloi was fixed on a jiolnt indicated by ; wanted it with Infinitely less trouble I .. . . . . ..l.
} onside lust across th" twenty years or more, whose daily I -- I ..0..1 B l l B B l 3 l rr*
way for . .
of the ft' BRKTTON INN. the magician.: Gradually the water ; -- -- -- .
fluctuates, who E
seldom are --
-
I oat of them OOL.Booth ) tine\ turned ;green: In color and then dcvelopcl I I : Do you want to buy or :
In traveling: by a ('crtabl'train : : The HANDPROPERTY :1
led by tab- ipnnctnal l Into a Jelly which Increased! in I Idenfltr I. .
flora and every day In the week, who reach until it became as solid as :a i i : rent t property t.i In :

rybesidesorange CALL ON r their offices barring! tlerups, at a regu- stone. Out of the center of this : : :

I and OR WRITE TOHACON jar boar and take up their ,dally grind peared the head of a snake: np-I it's a New Book, I : Daytona? .

Jltrm trait jj,T hand bold to it until the tour of closing: gradually developed until in the placeof it's Souvenir Novelty, I.I I. :
I a : I E We have the cheapest
V i Of these men unconsciously get E SILVER BEACH
> )!AnT the water there appeared: a hissing! ;:::
D'Ihaamany-excel ;@t ro know and make friends of people reptile. I was amazed I can assure! II it's something in Stationery and Engraving: .- -I. 'i E and the best. : i
.
they never learn.: They .
&wbose names .
tomob111DI.blDg THORNTONORMOND i :you) but the trick was not yet com $7,500 buys one of the best residence .
attached to localities In a i
safe become; pleted. hitting; the reptile(' upon the! : Extending from E Completely : s
i Ave.
aDeS jjKitrange sort of way and do not realize CALL ON OR WRITE I II Ii. i : on Ridgewood
many head with his wand, the jugglertook;: : River to Ocean :
Is the attachment: Here I i furnished and located on :
drlye." IF IN ANY WAYINTERESTED '.1.how strong It up carefully and placed It back. in 1 I :
and Beach of one of them Into whose; lot. Call on i
.the story corner : '
ffJ i to the glass.;: AS we looked it became I II I i :
the large IN PROPERTY IN H life there has come a change through transformed Into a jelly which in turn The H. & W. B. DREW CO. : FOR SALE OR RENT : r

titter.nond,and the ORMOND OR !"if-: jnoTlng l that startles mid surprises I melted! into a greenish colored water :i. .,: : M. L. Waggoner :
I II r
ORMOND and throws a quaint light; upon .
BEAOH
tlm and clearer\ became the fluid .
Inn. Tbeoccuplt'l t i Clearer t
I j a H* Will Give your '.i tome of the city's people. I until it was of its! original; color, :and i BIUH X THOMPSON I : I! E Office People's State Bank. :
Buslm.fcgpfonipt i' the twenty years: that I was JacksonvilleAND
overlooklalltaxand- "In then the juggler; placed it to his lljts'' 45-49 W. Bay St. :
1 Attention k: downtown," the man f\tlllin: telling;: biz:' I and drank file entire contents. This .........................i I :..../0/.........r....rI ..

Ir has as Us ;experience, "I was In the habit, weath- I was the most wonderful trick I eversaw I .. -- -- - -..-
1 the magnl- '".'. of taking a walk after Ii
et permitting performed and it i is as mysteriousto I '
tlantlo.ach and the J JASTCARBEIIORMOND the luncheon hour every day In some me today as it was then" i YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND iNNr. .WNNMi:
Street between City Hail wind the Bat- .
I
:
tbe broed, FLA.Manufacturer ., I have footed every bit of un- : SATISFACTORILY.We [ .
|bath there of jrtdlt tery. ground In that territory. What I BANKING IN ENGLAND. i
drives for
PnreHomeMadeCUAVA jstrrelous changes have come In those Stocksandi
i and antoI -
I around Or- V JEUTMARMALADES[ I twenty years! How many signs; on i Started by London Goldsmiths In the for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin 1
are Headquarters I
|rives toandgroves buildings have changed hi that time! ; Seventeenth Century.

oiloranges TROPICAL AND How many houses have: been pulled I The business of banking was not Introduced China and Orangewood, New and I

; PRESERVES down! How many new" ones have gone,:: Into England until the seventeenth I

iro&Khtrop- Spd Attention to Bp, tOme of them towering skyward I century, when it began: to be Exclusive Novelties. I

[>ts to Span v0 FunOy.p! AWAaaa. Orders. to take the places of the landmarks? : undertaken by goldsmiths in London BondsWe

t; drives Oause-to Pan American 1xlltionButralo ATI: "I got to know the lower end of who appear to have: borrowed it from

jtent rt by. clares **** India E :% town BO well I could shut my eyes and Holland_ It was attacked 05.Innova; I

|ere of long tlon-Charlt> oai stake a mental picture of many of the I! -..

drives to po8IUonBt.I.aUl.rx>ulslana Purchase . blocks and see the names on the build I: offer subject to prior sale and

Utatlons of nIL! If I wanted any article, from 3
lie settlers, shoelaces to anything elaborate I knewA :
Stocks \- =
AutomobileOn advance the following
aces are re exactly where to get,:: them. If some
'
(h the Inter MOUND6ROVf particular dish were desired I knew Aeroplane vs.
toutheroi and Bonds descriptionof \
d i flowers. where it could be served and: Just;; what !I complete _

|t he mosUn- ORANGESand 'It! would cost. s
of these "A great city never stands still. It Beach which will be furnished on ap-

bns Is at the Is as restless as the great deep. But Famous Daytona

ITS of the Grapefruit the man: who becomes!' a part tot It plication.
'
nd known Best Grown does not think until he gets away from

grove. It trove on St.Ancu the part of It where he has: clone InM-
the finest tine Automobile less what the changes are. When I
{ovesontho Rond 10 MilesNorth ,
r
strolls thl'n'"t're no tun- k
of began my
Kt of FlorlJ -
J amid veryrroundings HOTEL ORMOND Beta under: the two rivers.; In tho :;:

| teed, Knox an? years that have drifted away: ;great: :.,.;:: ....:. ., .- .:..:

ova Is on bridges have: l 10 eoii constructed between .. ..
.
teed Compar.IBULOW / :: ,
jconaHalntID Manhattan: and Long I Island.It ; : :
road. Postofflce | I ... p
does not seem long hue I used to ,:,> .
teethe restless;; puff of the coal fed S27.000 ::

locomotives of the elevated: system, :

Finely executed I ,yet so; gradually did the old order pass! I Daytona, Florida, High School ;: ,

Printing t' at that 1 do not distinctly recall when 5s, dated April 1, 1909, due'
g .the present! !system! was installed.
this office. "The changes that took place In _!Lt.d&I' 111[ -- April 1, 1929. Price $103.05and

business firms,were Interest tin;::. Many, : fC interest yielding 4 3-4 per
times I have seen the name: of
many cent. Interest April 1.
the'man who established a trade taken I

tiwwtirkvwrfnue down ana that of his son or sons take :

-Its place: So .frequently were the I S900

, same people( met in the same place : Florida East Coast Automobile
and at the same hour that we noddedas _
; we passed although;: none of ns :E Association, first mortgage {

,. knew the name of the noddcr. : bonds, 6s. Price $100 and
:Not long ago;: the business!' : withDClxlch
6 cent.
i- interest, yielding per
I am connected made: a jump
Uptown. Never until I took my traps 4J ', I Dated July 1, 1904, due on or

Uptown had I any occasion: ; to walk in before July 1. 1924. Interest s ,
;a
the street' where our new building .r,
July 1. I IqE
[ stands. The first day \ went gut to r

luncheon I had to !search: for a res 5 52,000 :
taurant. It seemed odd. I !saw' people <

I never !saw': before.. I rc'acll'ln.-;: ;: Florida Publishing Company, -.. rt

one of uiy: fool halltI never rel:\ "-1/1' ./ 6s, dated January 2, 1893, due ....",
before. of theohicUs'; that
Many
passed were quite unlike those I uo.t"Ito : AVIATOR .1. A. I). Mc-CrilDY r January 2, 1913. Price $100 < ,

see downtow' :: and interest yielding 6 percent. :;

"I had: to change; my hour and route ;Its Interest July 1 and January 1. ::; '

lor coming; to business. For :awhile I I Daring Exhibitions in the Air ;"' -c"...
tad to watch tlie In'l.tInl too Kn< v 1 :;a

where to ,get:: off. IIcmI missed! the S240
i i
familiar call: of thl'o.lar/ ;] of the car: ;
< ;
for I always came down in the same i Stock of East Florida Telephone.

Car In the makeup of the elevated i I Company at par.
Event Ever Held} in the State of Florida}
tram-the one I always boarded at I' The Bi i Aeroplane t J
,,.
the same hour. -\vill be the Exhibitions :it S500 >, .
"And that makes me think. I came i

to know by their faces most of the I Peninsula Bridge Stock at 75. ii ; ;

passengers who Imarded that train at 1 4 a r
;
my station. I knl"w'hl'rt' most of I MARCH 28,29,30 r 1
DAYTONA ;: $2,500
I
them got off. Now that I am In new I
Quarters in a new section I miss nil
,
I Port Tampa 5 per cent. semi-annual sa'
these people with whom I traveled for \

years. Do they miss m,, I wonder? I ; Water Works bonds 30 years. Par.

"And the mnnwhum I came to I total of five flights will be made in three days the flights to include a rare on the benchwith ( i

know downtown:....how they will be A automobile can be secured and a flight at high altitude over the Halifax i $25,000) :;aI
missed! There is the old. street preacher the fastest :.
30 I ,
Beach. bonds :
Seabreeze and Daytona I Pensacola Improvement .
and
box of :>>
'" "who used to !stand on a soap river and the city Daytona
I", .
near Wall street or on the stone:: stepsof :: I be under the auspices of the Hotel Men's Association and the Day- .. years, 4 1-2 per cent. Par. .:..: 11,
the custom house. and talk to peoplein These flights are to given I :
the summer days and; again in the tona Board of Trade and special arrangements have been made to accommodate the crowds. $50,000 :: 1 I.i

days that etokem-d l the coming of au- ''ill
tumn. Then there were the Lenten Ucita Investment Cab per cent '
;:
flays when I sjiont, a I'Jrt': of my hour 1 I CHARGE TO SEE THE EVENTSA Ii bonds 12 years to run. $96. ea rA

at Trinity or in old St. Paul's. I came ISO ;; .{fc

to know the regular; : attendants on i The Prettiest Winter%\ Resort in (the World ;:> IL'it '',#
those sen-Ires so that the !strancer::: I Splendid( Chance to See Daytona >r ..., 51?
There' are no "
became conspicuous.' I IltrE't't - w.
-

S preachers In the hew wonder di-trk-t, why to .........................-.-- ;;.-...; .'... sr g; I ;
which I have gone. I citydoesn't I I........................................ : { 1
the of theo.1't':1t: : 4
middle district!;: / Steamer ... d
I. Excursion
need spiritual direction as well! New 1Q? b. w
: : ) ( i
as the downtown districts.. '
SOUTHLAND CABIN
TOMOKA
"And so It !seems' sometimes that: I I :' TO THE PICTURESQUE

am in town. among: new people' : I !
a new TITLE
REALTY
CONRAD.OATES | \\ '
Seeing new building, : reading: new I I
EXCURSIONS.The
t tq
all in
but
signs hearing: newoi< I Ii H DAILY __ ,> 1 h ;
the York And when
!same: old Now
,
think of the old walks: I hart: taken .. LPIILllt! 1"e' '()l,. 1>'1I:1"to.:; rvi' "' I'll' I.ani: parato[ 1',11.,t;. t i, r I.: : :. -; !1tlf'wt'uIth I\C.\ !
H"at .r CO.
downtown Passed so often the old that buildinsrs they: became that as 1 I. _\11 :'clod..m:\11 Cleaner\II\"fuic.nl.c.:.. At t1w 1'..pular PrI'''' l.f.f $100 the SCHEDIT-E Round Trip. I AND INSURANCE I f; I l II,

TIME
familiar: : :as the fares( I lII'cot and. neverknew DAILY Penin-ula I H'Sj. '. *. al\\f' ;/.'. 0 I.00 a m. '
Leaves :; .
by name: of the !'trol1s1.1n\ ; : Prince George: I.wk, lit.tona: o. a. m. LMTe8OrmondlJnuE.!; < n,1.l, !, -J'.)J a, III : CONRAD BLOCK PHONE 128 I f ;
the craft I !saw' sn II I.'a'c's : .. R. 0\. .. a r l
the
two rivers of 1J'tont'J. \L" " " :
Leave; l Cetril1 Bridge" Prince tor: g e Dock, Da\'tona. 3:30: p" m _-- r ' -' .. ,..;,;,,:t-, :,: ,,
often coming: and going-when;: ;::: I thinK : If'tllm: to - - i ., : , ,,: ; ,; : ;, ' :
*If all these there comes over me that ' - n --- -- --- -mo.' Pln-n. I;; R'.d"-- SEABREEZE, FLA. ,', < \ a r.bdW

; sort of fcollns:::: that a 1M1hlS: when he : CHAS. F. BURGMAN, Owner U.: -ui!. (h'd'hond'-; BI\t't! ........'... JJIIIIJJIJIJ.JIJIIIIIJIIIIIJIJIJIIIIII11IJIIII11\. . >> ." ii
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i! WY.04T F.sn CESTR..U. nRlnGE t
GENE JOB'NSON liThe Bike Man says "Bike Lamps are PHONE 142-2 RINGS. ,"
; Page E'gh' oeceuary alter Dielat I lane a few 'left at reduced price." [i * * *

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i IF IT IS ANYTHING IN i re f Who Saidthere BARNES i j CORSETS. '" 4 ;;,-.A.. +* Genera


: :i nesday.
.: : THE NOVELTY..MAN ..
r j jI
U I I.. Nells Htntlonery nn.l School supplies.Phonoumphs. . *

i LINENS i N are no Cranberries I I .. Tytwe'rltrri. {'ro Sew<'krry inn. :Machine JIi*..ware.. .. 4 4I .i Thompson's Glove-Fitting Corsets. * *
.
I r t'utl.ry. Fishing Tackle. Toys and j jI
or Barrington Hall I Notion j jI. ,
j = %&*. H. & W. Brasslers.Misses :
Coffee in town? We : o BARNESWill : I Sixth SeasRED
:
I II 1that : : I Corset,Waists and Ribbon Girdle for Bathing

you are looking for come to the Big Store. We : 0N have both.SHEPPARD'S : Will nl.,,>o frame your Picture, tt: j jI
: your f"lUp"nod tmhrrlluiharp'> 'n : :
"
: : I You will nnii :i complete line of ljidl.-s' Bathing suits, !r Mho-
have just what you want-every kind and price, your !Saws' andoth 'rToolinndrrpttlrnlptot I
: : any thing that it out of uhuck.In .. : j jI. and I'It 1'I-} Ijutlfs' and Misses': ( R."tI.-IIIIlJ.- (brestf ,m
: and : ( fact bur any want fall on .
our prices ire right, too. 0 I.

.. .r [ ? GROCERY r:I :. BARNES :. 4:II The Chas. E. Gardiner Co.O.eee.e.eee.os..eeeeeNesae.ee.eeeoo.0eefeeao.o toWA


The Peck Hendricks Co. : West End of Central Bridge :: : THE NOVELTY MAN : : .

: 0 :SiHouth Bi-nch street, I1n:'tuna, "'Ia. : : - --- ------ --- - ---

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lOUR WHOLE TIME IS DAYTONA !
[
PROUCfflOllSf BATTTRAPPED
!
Crystal TheatreSPECIAL DEVOTED I
t'I I :

usementS i Headquarters for
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iIF I il I BicyclesjWith I If I.:: All etables Kinds of and Fresh Fruit Veg. ==


Poultry and Eggs a i

ry NEW 1 f I a complete shop and compe5 g :. Specialty. ir I B{

i
lost Phone Orders Promptly Filled. : I
IN RAVI;
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L II i i GR I iorso ON I : e
DAYTONATHEATRE SPECIAL J. W. Ball & Son 5 REPORTS

; .1 Opposite the Yacht Club I j No. 237 North Beach St. 'Phone 55 : IERS ST

i. ......................... :....................raa.:..
i' -- LOST 250WOUNDEt
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__ ,:: TUESDAY NIGHT. m\I \ JOKE BRINGS t GIRL W. M. SHAFFNERReal

I EL PAS(

Seats sale for I INTO t COURT OF MAYOR. Estate and cording to

on The Only Vitagraph Life Portrayal"A i Fire Insurance r Couriers been killed tod i

I[ DRESSES UP IN MEN'S CLOTHES r -which lasteddetachments.
122 South Beach Street

English Tale of Two Cities. JUST FOR A LITTLE FUN, GOES der General j

.' i ON STREET AND IS GRABBED ,.. Federals un.|

....>.".. ..%..::.::;>.:":.... -- Montezuma.The\ .

Grand I I,! BY GORE. ' ':: ,, I Fede li
Opera - 'i : penned up |

; If* all right for girls of a prankish I /,.. ....; ..',.. ...,.,..' ..;;;;- yond the p1
'
I 1 -
NEW SIIOWEVERY HOUR disposition: dress up in men's;: ",'" ., .....:. I have beenway
'/'
clothing and play all the jokes the.j t out

\ i I desire on the people at home near .f r;! :f.; #:{ i and. tudkratj I
r. companyat ''. neighbors i and friends, but don't carry -
Remember we keep everything 11'ldics' FOR SALE DesiraWe: cottage< in!I the Joke far enough to get on the CHILDREN'S EYES fight. to dea
+ starved (tn ilj
and gent's wearing apparel: residential
: block South Ueach: street l i ireet and tangled up with Marshal
at the Dee hive North leach St. 3t I with garage. Sx: bedrooms, a'l mod Gore. It doesn't pay. Cannot: be too carefully safeguarded. r

Hankins'. I, ern Improvemeiiits I comfortably fur-I for they have but one pair to last United Stat
: This is the kason: learntd by one
I Extraordinary large as*>nmen"-1 lifetime. lV ASKINGthousand !
!II niched. Lot 5lx'i85.V.: M. Shaa'ner. a If there are indications
girl when she ran plumb into' the
of Irish and cluny laces, European of anything wrong with your child1 tnf
SIS3S5J. :; ;
Price 75c and $1.00. -I marshal=: on North Reach street Sunday -
and Philippine ''hand-embroiderwl underwear eyes bring him or her and I will Ct army post
waists.! and lingerie drest, j evening and was promptly arrested ) have been'department
15. Ink departed this 'wori ng on them with Glasses to correct the |
with big variety of European{ novel i s hh return to his home at Manesfie'd on a charge of being a s>"'S. trouble. If medical treatment ia nee-

.; will be placed on sale Tuesday: and |,: O.Ir.:\ Ink, who is a personal friendof I picious character. Explan.a. ..':ot>d of it I..esosary I will tell you so. will be haD

? Wednesday, March 7 and S. at greatly ': (I.V.. Bly Ill}t"r. has been in IfciyI being a Jokedidn't go with the city der and reat'
I I policeman and the I
dressed
girl inmetl's
reduced prices at our new slore ,I. tona for a month or more and is very Dr. Neville H. Clark The fleetcommand
clothing and her male
Why Have Your Jewels corner North Reach and hays'rt'ts'l much pleased with the city and i s companion O';
were dragged down to the city ,
adjoining Caves cigar factory It tmrrouiidings, wver havingn ited Optometrist hac also bt>
I here before. hall, where they were allowed: to of Texas an

StolenWhen U'illlam J. Brown, secrt-tary of the - send:: for the man for whom the girl Look for the Sign of the EYE. ( eel State t>

Hour Publishing Co. of Norwalk,' works who stood responsible for
I Uev. S. 11. Kogers: secre-tary of I Mexican rev<|
+ we have thuso good SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES for rent by the Conn., was a I':ea"ant cal'er at the the : I their appearance: in the mayors, court this country
j State llaptiit eomvntion, pre u'h- I
month c.r the year. Come in and get one before it is too late for we know I l>uily News office this morning ed to a large coiisresatlcn: at the Monday morning. GOODS'We laws, or atta

not the day nor the hour wh'>n the thief cometh. I).>n't forget the pl.1'e.PEOPLE'S in company: with Andrew II. 1.;'on, arepresentative I First Haptii.-t church Sunday nisht.Mr. I .When arraigned before the mayor I GREEN

of the: .Evening: Sentinel Rogers who is from the matt.eoral:> explained as a juke !
II of South Norwalk and the parties dsmissed with I
a mention Gaimni.Je'j were j
oil I II is: makwi ; a tour of the DARINQUALIFIES
STATE BANK hOne arrival waS, mude: in the Hail)' in come gtMwl! advice from the city executje / -- - ---
I connection with
minion work of -- -
i News one day last week. I not to attempt such; a jokeagain.
the board of mrsions!
of the
DAYTONA FLORIDA. I convention. I
: I The girl gave her name asIL
are carrying a completeline
rrr"lil-'ltt. M. IV 1.l<:a.\SB. t''i-.hi. .,i. M. K.i'AUTKK: : Pierce and the man's: name was
VUM-1'resl.l. I link cu.f but I
I 818283. I :
totes in Daytona. Upturn to Gene

i I Ii t'ecil Pettei r, who '!n now niak 'I Johnson. Reward. Sl-2t II BOARD OF TRADE MEETINGPOSTPONED {{ I

nrr V -7 7 I I li11g his home with his parent; in j, Mr. and 111-.;. 1X.. Warren of Golden Wax Beans
\t.York, arrived Saturday: and j ji I I
Chicago III are again at the Ivyl I [ TO ffEDNESDAY.[
i will be in the city for a -time. He is I Green Beans
"I LGCALS i I II[I"t'...- with C. T. Van StttMiburg. gen j Lane Inn having returned recently !I
PERSONALS ir II I i from their trip to <'ulJa.Ir.: and {
II i t'I'al manager of the Educational: Ex-: ;; MrVarren were Daytona visitorsabout I REGULAR SESSION OF DAYTONA CucumbersCauliflower
j I h ;bit.; Co. of New York who is t'l-' :;
I' 11 h is years ago being aC'Ulupan-1
\ 5, pMIR. j gaged, in making moving picture of':I ied at that time by their dartighter.Mix : ) CIVIC ORGANIZATION WILL NOT IWIDRIVES
Florida
scenery for the
company. |
; India who is now tuarritd and | BE HELD AT REGULAR TIME

Kiihraiu Pairing: of Fort I'lain, The cabin launch Kansas t'ity ar-I' ."rf'hnirN.. is.nrv_ ___ Or3Dlto_____ __. _f..r_. _._..1..1n I living in Chicago. I II II Tomatoes M]
N. Y., who have: many friends aiiuin med from Tropic, on the Indian river ,: no I TONIGHT.
by box, at Iii; Tree firove. 7:;-fri-t-!
the Fort Plain! : people in the city, arrived Saturday with her 0\\ Ilt'r.It': if j I PeppersThey 250 MILE
sr.s'l
frottV! Jacksonville! Saturday afternoon Merrill and their mother on botrd.and Mr.ind Mr*. F'. M. (fall who have IRE III I I lfDW A Y YEARLY Ht"'alIJt', of the mock trial by the

and proc'edod to lUytonaI encaged:; l'ai't. John' Jardner of I been spending the. winter' at their'' 1'a.UIt.t'to.] club at the highha; CER H .1

I Bt"u'h. where she! \\\ill\\ Visit. for a I this city to pilot the boat to I home on South ltidst'o.J avenue THIS I MORNI l I G.I building tonight the regular meeting are Always Fresh. TIME
time with )Ir. and Mrs. \V. .F'. HleVknian. .
St.
\uxu;>illt' They left here Sunday td .the I
i departed Saturday aftt'rJ.oolI for tIt:or ,; ( Itaytona board of trade has
Mr and Mns. Failing have I morning and expected to btI I I Ihark home at St. Louis! Mo here theyexpected I I i ben | I I'M 1.\ -
I| postponed
been spending the Sifter: in Jacksonville. in Ifeytona sinnietiuie Mondayevening. I however, to spend but ai;! PARSONAGE OF THE MISSIONARY! untilYtdnesday etlthlg. 'I milt. .,
'! I t' 1 ufs action was taken by i I ;t 1
I I 11 few day and then go on to t'hlei I BAPTIST CHURCH DAMAGED DY I DAYTONACOLD
President V. M. Rowe because tit l'I I
ot"iv
Okla..
where Mr.
Call hus: large oil J Jinterests
i Bargain quid:gale: 2'::i aer s. Groom ; FLAMES IN'' iii| <,..it* from many of the member.. t !hST, '
Mr. aid: Mrs. Gilbert: BJt'I; :.. and i w hit h demaiMl h's: Pt-r.>( Ual' THAT ORIGINATED td' STORAGE CO.R. .
coltige in crt) Knquire Ed- tike board of trade. i _
I little: dMU&hltr.: : Hannah. who hat attention at pre '-15.:. Mica Dora ,
etJ.t.'t.'n .
inondson L' Donnelly or Chas. Ken- \\ ..hnt'r. of this! city, acc< mpaaied'I SECOND STORY OF BUILDING. The regular meeting of the f sot d.. [ D. JOHNSON Mgr,' .
ney Seabreeze. CS-tf in the city since: sometime in will: ., ,
I be held in '
the
'1 Elk hall!
them' and will at s
I remain with! them lift- \'t 4 oVWn-k thus
morniiig;: the iif -
retturn : <
the fall. It ft
Saturday oa their o'dft'k''l"dIU.'sday
tit their return next tt1.: evening lid :a I Imake IIlellin I
Mike Douglas, who was painfully !j I'I' i litltiMii! I : .sounded) u notice of a fire j inlulwiiv I t j r
to Litth\ile! X. b., Mr. Bjone'I rS should it .> i II<>/ii.t in! --
Kcalded a out the ankle laic week I beiiis: called. north by bu.;ine to interI i: *'KOST-Small: roll: ot mo-ey be- I' \ and masts; I poi> ] ;>* hu't r-..f! t II> !, II:',''; .::t. It,
is still unable to resume his duties f I ,
e'.ektulight t-sts. Mr. Bjoiie recently purchased |tweet Hankn.-: drug store and lH's- ; the rat-t'Iles notw itlu--Uil' tJii.a: : th.- en.vhour. Don't You ''i
at the I plant. Mr. Itoug- **Two ,
plaud. Return tickets to Uhe! CryMal the '
Lus while J a lot on Bellview avenue and Contrat'tur | to room 74, e.splaiid. .
luruiiig! m the 'OUdl'U In
!:; < t.'r
> j The fire: 114 !r will: b" ,
j ( nt> .ard. M-U "'a.* Hi the p.t-M: v1.tCr- of! ""r..I'.l 111. ; t'arre MARY
Espedahl ia to have j
a cottage
the uv made
department a miss-step: .
!the Missionary- Uiipti. t church at KM-ill.HI; sh. \\ U; t.ifl! il tin Ilt I 'v
and put hist right i foot into about t-reeled on it ready for their (occu-j Mrs.I .\lllt"rlIford the \:-'"\ .. .. .
i of "Fremont 0.. i rear of that. church on Sci>iuli "I. (t.-:.i; ''' n..r.A: u.":: !li'" .
eIhtcet1 Uu-hes of boiling water re-1 j pane: on their return next fall. ;;1. Dare GoBATHING
I s virfiting her terSnIaw i Mr*. i j avt'iiue. Midway. The origin tit t"t'n' ''
' cetviug a.severeaiding.. eetpefiHl'y 1| .
I'F. T. Peck and tire
Mrs. James Osborn. was; not learned ,
..FOOD SAU:-The La.dita'id Society -I. I iu this city, having arrived last ,i' t-d in the sec HKl story but of it tihe or.gin.bu.id-: :it[ I '..........................
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; car to let and I of the First M. E. church will week. Mrs. Alford cairn* here from j ing. which was fortuity a chug! ii I Beautiful I I- u I Ir
hold a cooked food sale in Epworth Ft. Myers, where abe had been :! that was tkuiiaged by fire a ('oupltot :
I automobiles store! at reasonable I ;
t I ruth;. S.\It.\TOG.\ INN : hall. Tuesday larch i. from l:3u: tot spending several weeks, but save it';!! yt+ant ago and rebuilt for a dwell.ug. 4| Home Sites in

i l\hone 111. G.\H.\GI.I ) p. in. Come dad bring your sew- cannot compare with uytona. Mr. j a new"" cotM-rete building taking i'* : I

III ilea and nave a social afternoon. All Alford was in Daytona for a true ;,1 place. i .!. i inu: i I....,in K--H.-II.
Ulvr.Hi.
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I t' artdOIDt.'. sw -md last winter, but The colored! ,.I lit-" ,. ..
I Mr. and. 110'rauk; I tile y and it is some year |J fire company of -M.d) I I Hi' !''' lor "I.| I :
I __ ____ since Mrn. Alford | >,i-.l|1'. i'lllf! Mil!" !I. ., .
has
daughter of Hrid epi rt. Conn., who ---- -------- u been: nere way( were at work with the bcwe i>:a- < W Moiltll ; I '
I have friends the ------------1 and she !wet much change and tntprut'ement i tinted at that place when Itt I. ul"I! . tI"! I' nu,,'da Urlt-'. II
among CrMgeport J Jcontigent luto.'. \<1'1' I' H.., ..,
k '.in Daytona are in the I When I in the city and ,'kinty.1: 2 and members of Reliance No. l I'I II v., tl. I ,,?'Ih. "it. .... I,:'" ,I. \1-. II' : It you

t:, city for a- time. Mr. ltik) who i> a j,I At present she is with )Jr. and Mrs. ; arrived, but the latter company dal J: 1 1iit i

r prominent. banker of Ilridseport.came :> IVck' at their home on Loom it"Fifty \ >od work subduing the flam-! '. IT WILL PAY YOU TO IN Without a Toiland
I I etue.' : I "hi 'hH'rt"
from: St..1uustiuo l'rillaaf.' confined t" the !utr; : i 4 t VESTIGATE. i
l teriioon "and hs: wife and daughter: i Thirstyl stt'i lt. ct'.d, I'L- i I'ur.. ; :
( ; thousandotts th- .eee Mee eMOee. .
n (JiXttteXews : eMMM eS .. app
whom lu had let'L in that city ju.n't d!

I I him hero. Siturd.t l;% 11111>;;. Mr. It: Great Popularity l't..lt..t.Ir. . .... ........................ Life Guard. line of t:
11 ;. Icy N I p:o.,.dent of the Cumht"'I.t.J! : to bei i n away thLu !k ::<> .......'N.... ........ we hay
I Stop at I the! ,
I :\at.ofu: : Hank ot' MruUijHirtS5500 : } contestant s> i ,t'tr.-> durin::: the \V'-i-k n.dn.j: : .V.1: '. I you
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---buys-a furnished-- Beach I YOUNG'SSodaFountainl :'t!.. le: si..tunl t l .'iiv-> 'e ;a:L : : .' I Cement Walks I II Only 50 Cents HANKI

i vour favor m.- .
5 5 O 0 street residence; 8 rooms l: > siot-u : .1 ; I. .
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t and .u the: .
bath modern improvements raf .
; r. I u. v. :
j
I' : lot 50 by about 290 feet. Ad- .1 I A. \\
: offered / '... '.'.- Vandevord Daytona Beach | here
1 less A. B.. care Daily News. ; ,t'tlt,:,5t. : THE FOSTER CO. I
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