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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 7, 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: VID00234
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'. J Jng TH'E WEATHER IN FLORIDA. LOW TIDES ON THE BEACH :

04re e Oi ... ,ak THE DAYTONA'DAilY NEWS' Today ., . . . . . . 6:18 .
Generally fair tonight and Wed. +
Tomorrow . . . . . 7:2T.s .

S. ne day. Moderate variable winds. + Thursday . . . . . . 8.43Published .
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Every Evening Except Sunday Daring: December. January, February and March at the Prettiest inter Resort in Florida.

Corsets .

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ers. Sixth Season-No. 82 DAYTONA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1911 15 Cents per Week
Girdle for Bathing ,
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}faitblng Hulls,Shoe I -
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ji Jy made Dresses at II I I' RED HOT SALE W. H. WRIGHT :: .:: D DR. BOHA'' OrS HOSPITU and S SITUIM\ [ RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies, Stationery and Havana SmokersOnly
PRICESAn Books
I First Avenue, Daytona Fla. .. well cured to-
Painting ., ordi for 25: nt- on thitoe will first quality
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Tw"nt.IX I car, lrroonii,
newlv
diner Co. to Reduce Stock furnished nnd tltt,-<1 throughout with I l I..- pr M'nt., 'd Mrs. H,.T Titus! bye l 'K'"")- GEO. CLARK bacco used.
Paper Hanging .
.;;'"* atWALLACES' all hO<4pltal'on\.nl..n'i. Thorough tni: at N w. otflri liefort tomorrow
Vet Cave Manufacturer
equipped >*rut second nUhtL. News ,
Decorating op nl{room on Waterman Fountain Pens,
--- 219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE floor For trnis nddrf. H. ROWE 5 CO. Daytona, Florida.;
; Phone ISI C. C. BOMANNON.: M. D. :; Papers and Periodicals
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-ONA ceeeaeeeeeeeIOOeeet PRODUCf [ DOUSE ..5 ;, BATTLE -Z4HOURS; BALLINGER HAS RESIGNED k('


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[ Headquarters of. Fresh. for Vegtables rinds =. ; FEDERALS ARE PENNED UP. "Windmill"New fROM CABINET OF TAFT. It


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)ultry and Eggs a : WALTER[ FISHER[ OF CHICAGO
; nAPPED BY REVOLUTIONISTS ,
Specialty. :. PICTURES and for Sale Cheap. TWO DAYS

Orders ". IS NASIED[ AS HIS SUCCESSOR.{
Promptly Filled. :. IN RAVINE IN THE MOUNTAINS.


.. t" ARE LEFT Hi :
TAKEN
ARE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR
GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE CO."If
r. Ball & Son : '.f, REPORTS RECEIVED: FROM COUR .

HE HAS BEEN COMPELLED
North Beacli-St. Tfcoie 53 : IERS STATE THE FEDERALS You Don't Trade With Us We Both Lose Moaey" ASSERTS

...............fle00r I a:.q. LOST 250 MEN KILLED AND OFJRODKS.FEWELl FORVOTES TO RESIGN BECAUSEOF I

ILL HEALTH.1VASiIINGTON .
[ t WOUNDED.EL I _
SHAFFNleal :March\ 7-SC\'reta-
PASO, Texas, March 7-According TO SEND CLEAN UP I
OFFER Of SPECIAL BONUS
Estate and to. to reports received from AND ULMEK SNAPPED rv of the Interior Richard BaZlmger t


[ire Insurance r.r": Couriers been killed,today) and 25J wounded( Federals in .a battle have I AT THE GAINESVILLE JAIL. WIRELESS CAMPAIGN I WILL' EXPIRE TUURSDAY'ITHIS I resigned The resignation today.:; has bee: ac 'epti (i,

i FWbich! lasted' for 24 hours between i ed by President; Taft and Ua'ter! A.
22 South Beach StreetILDREN'S
detachments of the Revolutionists under -! FEWELL IS RAPIDLY RECOVERING IS THE FINAL OPPORTUNITFOR i Fisher of Chicago, has been namedas I
General Madero. and a force of
y' the new secretary of the interior.
Federals under Col. Es cudro, near FROM WOUND AND ULMER ALL THE CONTESTANT
MESSAGES. CONTINUES
Montezuma. I Mr Ballmger assert he hire been

The Federal forces have been SAYS HE WILL SOON TELL HIS TO SECURE THE 50,000 EXTR compelled to give up his place to

L J/ ", penned' up in a mountain ravine beyond VOTES. the cabinet of President Taft because
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,)ii t the plain of DeAlamos andhave WHOLE FEAT BY AVIATOR HtDIIDY 1 1I 1I : MORE CASES:BEFORE MAYOR I of ill health
been fighting to force their GAINESVILLE, Fla. March 7 The big special bonus offer t t50u00 of

-; way out. They are still entrapped Photographs, of Fewe.ll and Uluier I I Ir votco which is to be awards dIn

and Indications are the men will the Iwo white men who were arrea ted DURING I HIS FLIGHTS HERE.AIR FOR ORDINANCE r VIOLATIONS t the Gazette-News Great Popula: '

I fight to death -to prevent being some time ago at Daytona and re- rty Contest to the contestant who PROMINENT

EYES starved in the mountains. centlvi attempted to make their escape '
MAN WILL ATTEMPT TO CITY EXECUTIVE DECLARES DAYTONA secures: the mot votes during the
from the county jail here have
8 too carefully safeguarded.
(have but one pair to last United States ReadyWASHINGTON been taken under the direction of TALK WITH OPERATOR BLAKEAT AND SUBURBS WILL BE week ending Thursday, March JK1 DIES

a. It there are Indications March 7Twentythousand Sheriff Ramsey, who dt*>ired to have will expire m just two days mor,>. WOMAN i

.ng wrong with your child's troops from the different a liken' esa of the two nervy prisen- THE CLARENDON WIRELESS MADE MODEL:: FOR REAL and all cOiite Cantsi! are hard at work 3

him or her and I will\ fit army postj in the United States ers for his, own office records as well STATION. CLEANLINESS.Folioin to win this, big bonus which willpro.e I

|th Glass*'* to correct the have been ordered to report to the as to have them for use of officers: quite a decided factor in thrace > IN THE CITY.S.EDWARDCOB6SUCC1BS

If medical treatment is. nee- I department of Texas, where they el.3ewhere. A novel feature of the exhibition ?! up the clean up polio;] for the piano. "

will ten you so. will be handy to the :Mexican bor- I''ewz11: who was shot in the back flights of Aviator J. .\. D McCurdy. inaugurated by :Mayor Titus more I Thii, special bonus is. to be award, .'

der and ready for any emergency. by Jailer Torlay as he was climbing I ed by the contest judge to the your I
here the last than dozen residents of Midway: ,
which will be given a t i
[eville H. Clark The fleet of cruisers: under the over the high fence surrounding the lady who secures the most votes during -
week of thit month will be an at- the negro suburb, were in court I and will afford : ;
command of Rear Admiral; Stauton jail after e*>capmg from the building I the week only

Optometrist hat also been ordered to the coast k recoverrng rapidly from his wound, tempt to talk by means of wireless I Tuesday; : morning to explain why:; everyy contestant opportunity to tr}' !

of Texas and It i
for the Sign of the EYE.GOODS. States expect a cris*. in the i the jail. the Clarendon wireless station I condition and answer to the charge of'iola.tion tar votes

involve walked into, During the week great Intel I
1 Mexican: revolutionsliKJh' may When Sheriff Ramsey past
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McCurdv' was the filet; aviator to, v of the city ordinance I
this country through the neutralitylaws Fewell'o tell and a*>ked if he wj& I est has been taken in this contesand I CAME HERE FROM PALM BEACH

or attacks on Americans I well enough to walk to the front of earrv on: wireless: experiments' from I Some were fined and others die j the contest maagejr huh,; bee: I LAST NIGHT TO MEET SISTER
taken. and the first; man! to charged; with a stiff warning fron to the cor
the jail and have his picture an aeroplane I flooded with inquiries as
' fEN J-'ewdl answered: "Tickled death, I end a wireless nieMvage from a act I the mayor: that the whole town of I dAiona' :: governing the contest. FROM NEW JERSEY AND DIES

I Sheriff. Join me and we will havea inactive i..1 Midway shall be cleaned up at onc-<" The management of the coirt st
DARING FEAT oplane in flight. Hun and kept m a clean condition in thi DURING NIGHT.
picture: hard to beat for good wants Ft; dtstincllv understood thi II
equipped with a wireless instruuentand : figure l l, .
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looks. couLett is absolutely fair and tmpai Coin here from Ialui. Beach by
nig
The wounded man said he u> fat; while making his flights hen i' From Midway: the cleanup campaign tint and one where true worth anpopularity to
boat and Monday evening
are carrying a complete I he will endeavor: to get into communucation will be carried into other suburbs arriving
regaining his btuiifeth and offered tc coams) out an arrangement by whvhshe :
AIRBY1ENEAUX.
if f Green Groceries, inK "S IN THE lay a wager he can outrun the her-- wrth th' operator at tinClarvmlon : and brought into the city of: i Each week the votes are coun'e* carry was to meet her sister: from :
and through the Clarendoi Daytoiu: Mayor Titus declaring tbe '
of the -
cottact
lie the
under supervision
itt in a foot race right now New Jert>e>. Mrs Isabel Cobb of
added: "Sheriff I have been think station with all other t.tattoi.: ;. along;; sanitary conditions of this city xvil i : judges Major Henry T Titu-: Kaukakee IH, died suddenly of

officeas: !the \tkintu (0det.Recently be put into the beet possible ehapt and Messrs. G. It Young and R 11.
for N
of running jour
(den Beans lug heart failure: a few hours after 'reaching -
\Wax soon as: I get out of thin trouble, but Mctuid has been i1charge at once Lees, aU orbow are prowLnt.'ntdti : ; Da>tona.
school' moot at; The city executive has given the< I
of aviation
an
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would lute to defeat becauset tS of Davtona
II I : you Mrs Cobb, accompanied by hers
reed Beans I of Florida would I'alui peach teaching young a.ia.torsto city health officer -truetrons tc The following u i ) the complet
the state
I I did tteor-in-Iaw.: >. \V. \\ ('ebb. and
." fly and how to manipulate: : the!'r i make a thorough umstiKatioD of the< btandiug of all c-o U''* Uirt3 to'
: e mighty good ofl c'er up Mrs II. r dark
QUALIFIES[ FOR ICHEL1NTWENTHHflJSAND u*> a I daughter-in-law. : ij
CucumbersCauliflower DmJu sanitary conditions of the city aiic
s1l1311st machines lie will arrive in Thursda March 2
of :
Fet.1.. who ih a man i I' arrived here from Iahu each: Monday
i tt !e but of unlimited nerve, with ; w several da\; ahead of the tutu' make: mmetMlatioas; for (change, I Marjorie not ieu . . . . 41t,21t: : evening having tuad the trip II I II

t PRIZE. a surplus amount of plain grit ban : when: he i b i scheduled! to make tin.' and improvewenta. i Florence Gitteus 411,.">VIloH up the inland waterway by boat. The

I' conversationalist and first flight!- fn m the I each hd't.! I YC<'orkle 43S.17:; :'
interesting Kid
party registered at one of the !;e-
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Tomatoes w DRIVES MACHINE THROUGH AIR one whom the ordinary lavinin wou'<] I March :'S. and ;\.n -!1It.111 the t.me in "F OI D-O.e: b""eed' : chalets.. Margaret Brokaw 43 .7> ; wood avenue hole': and prepared to I tII

l recognize as a man unknown tcItar puttying hi>i aeitpktits); in c-otulit:O'L U. .\, Armetro''_ > -aiage: Radge i Melia l.oIUb . . . . .. 431,1)8ltobertn
never remain here for home turnHy
: Peppersy .: 250 MILES CARRYING PASSENGER or result. lie u> continually' I and ccxluit!,; llu'then exileinien'e t I wood avenue, ; liobbs 4.1,51: I i previous. t'lut'lIe111s.: Cobb II :

Hurduk 400.3'1'' rites
MAKES TRIP IN GOOD smiling and vows hu: determination -- --- -- -- Grace .vat to uu'et herter.; w 'f< of Sen- l
AD; to walk the straight and narrow pathas i i Ethel Houston . . .:{7W.2:''I ator 'lark of .x'.w, .Jt'lt.t..v. hireVed- I

\ Always Fresh. TIME. soon as he i is allotted to pay tin i il ; Dora \\ehntr . . . . . ,J40,';J::' nrsd.ty and th' party pi ,lined to re- I

record. i ilT111l1t"r. : Margaret s>hi Idt . 1;; :.,Ot'"
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for his t tini'MI -.
penal-tj l pat> main ill Da>toiit tor unit .
-- -- PARIS, March 7-K igene Heleaux: elder of thtAo. Violet Iiddlt>toll . . . Ileeu:: S'p
who h is the ", l'nbb l w.n al..l t ;:: %-* &:. of
one of the youngest and most:; daring .
aiiiu>uiue that he will shot tIprellarl' Customer -- ;i..' .11.1 I iU-itf|' ft"t.'thlt.a.1! l ill t.I J MAl

DAYTONASTORAGE aviator in France, has qualified; for an absolute account of hI> ATTEMPTED JAIL DELIVERY d'.lIly 1..ti'I U. 'I'u.''div: lUu"IlI;;u, the
of $20::' ,<&'.'O>, fulfilling itifIn ,
the .Michehu prize I C7
of hn birth m a---- JACKSONVILLE .. ,_ ,.,...
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life, from the day up REPEATED "'::111-i d d> :uti h.) liar? t:nlui
'outfitters by fly t
CO. the perilous ( his present toi.diton.: tie sty ,\11 .\11.-: ;"ltt.t.: i : 0&i. lf.iv ;or.a:i \!Ins, day F

ing from St. Cloud to the heights of. while he has travekd a fa ;t and dan : PKOTESTAIIOX[ AM A D) .1.1'KSUNVILLE:" Mai. h !I 7,. ',. i 1 hI! |p.rts: i I'I, I void :la.; bei It '
the Dome mounta.indis.: utlii. :itlfJli];t W.:s Wlti.; .1. t I ontv
de '
JOHNSON, Mgr 1'uy terous gait he is going to take tht- ., \\1"., ,, i .t>i.i ;-V; Ii.ti.,;' -h: tu.lit
earning one passenger jail l bf.rl" Miiidav i :: : ; t : t
tance of :J40! milts; ..
public in hs; coitideme: and tell a t .Lt i i i '! d.I'a., r i..r.1 t hill '
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ai.d makiiii o:.i' Mop. be aitthcii\ : \\' 1,1 I > I' t uLn \ .,-t'-; IDLMinCAllOS.I'IIK : .. ';'nioc: I'li.ii.td:; .'t i T : 'I l -.1' li (t. ; .. ,.
story which will not only .l'' , 1 I IH_-, \\h.; UO'lt.I! 1 I. :s;i.I.; : : tOFhONE
in half I wtie t'.tll'i lit l', t 1:1': .11 ; <"j "> i\\ili
nude a .
The journey was tic but a nil"l'.li\e: : interesting aid! th, : ; '! illl', 1 !L I"rt. .tl'-, ., .. r"ldl h'J't> :it II... ". .t.; \ II 1 the
"us i: -tt vi tilt IMI'ti to II. .1 In aHtr hills' $
hour less thun the llt-ribt'd time h. -t:114 a ( .d..k :is d< iibv, a .
tIi1USin'S' Inuit ->.a,t tc* tin .-> .. \\'..dot-.lay :(tut! .h .... \' ,d tooc"al'Jlftllall"It I- i'I
kind i !slit, DoUiipubl <.' \\ Ito l'l't..lJt.-" ; tilt note,. 11"1"i I Hi.tvv* d.i !. I I. id .I.L"lj i I i pt+ -ixou > I
: S\ti..f.1di.n
and without luthap 01 allY lute : m evervtliiun: !
I : :1.1..1 .ti] .-t". k ta- I IIIiltd -
n't You : : ; I check or draft oil the day oi ot :a...'.s, i !'''., ktl kli.j'' 110'1; 1 it
I MOCK TRIAL AFFORDEDGOOD purchase. Uur \price, are just right''I maturity, making a compe'e: : ..tat.. II-: kll.. tliU II,Ul ->.Itt'.d Al II ".1,:'" .: tH tit. d.,..t.h.I..k.: .. t.t, \I(, -. t'obb.7'ht . 1 \t {
ST. MARY'S CHURCH :; ENTERTAINMENT. 'meat of uch: pre&entit 01 over hks; Ildy't ML I,'a. ('Hllt wit &J'1.d t' I
'I values full Its'> ., :tl.: a..1 I l lth 1\. u
'I and our are percent and seal and notify tlig!/ all tin l hih!; \\ In U tItltitt.i : U ; >
signature
LENTEN SERVICES.cdnetluv. A good ,;u,'d audience a:tended the ,, .- 'or' It'T l horn'' .n Kaukak': .r 'rurs-
values One trial will convince you, endorsers bv mail I on the : .UIJ t' day. 'v t.o 1 LII ;,11:! 11.I I AM II.--1 i ttiit '
i I iu . .' U',ilk. Jay .IP? .!rrttu a.uwpat, ..oJ l 1-: }In.
Go \\ '. morn tug prajer 2*;:St>. I It is simply legal < l'u;. '!h H -1' .1: ii I \\ it'
are evening and was,; kept . \\'. \\' t't.bh( al.t.I \1 t ': ':, .
Thursday, Holy Connmun.on. 9.;SO; : Monday: I' to pay on presentation at niaturty: }". I I.r: t 1.-; .tt.l i t i., ',_ \. ','.1 i nr! th) : ; :I! "
In a contiual roar of Uu hur from Banks: require strangers to g'1\'C'' T.; ,. u "' ,. .'I I II lex."inbci 1 I .
4 m. I 1111111 ti]' ;: .j ; : n i h i - - -- _
evening prayer; p. Wa.conn.ne...! un I identification before I paving our -- - --- -- '
Friday, Litany, :'J;3' a. m. the time the court \ : 11abl I I I money about whch: there is any ', It.c I: :'. H.tpr is awaiting tr.il1 i I

I til kite final ao.ljournll1ent.I'M doubt or chance for fraud. Every (1.11 .i < li.i't f t III1I'd..r:
Snider as the plarntiff in the excit bank depositor should realize theimportance : ( ;.7

InTHIN'G' ? tug breach: of promise suit, took her I of this formalit arid Ln .......................... t Bereft: Street Florida. I

1Jf pan with excellence. Maxwell GROCERY all cases::; ::; :should: use their utmost cf Z Daytona, "t1.

"' n146 Hankuii v\ab:; the idc'al defendantwhile CONRAD I fort: to satisfy the banker ot. their.. ; DAILY STOCK MARKET REPORT ]! 9lrlhni: tot/.r t6a Ualtu/: .
I .J.ty 1 i : t when called upon tc : Col. A. V Newton, as attorney ...............*......+... 'r ,

: '' for the plaintiff, afforded. unit! tiauiuscmeut \i': ,\ \til\1.:: ; , 1', ., i- -i' Meet me at Church's Soda i Iu pi >
by hit cat.h.v examiu.l:01l' : : I
If you really admire nice witnesses:: and eloquent! argum<. nt COMPANYI I! ..: Ii 1 : u , .'v t.. l'.4:1a'.l : :a Fountain for a l I rF (Ati

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ably'roprrsented
to the jury. 11 c. T. Dohm labs of f
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and \\ 1..1.1'.1\1;: :- "; Without a Toilet Articlesand the defendant, I I t.a
," I'I.iH! i I' "> ,t; oJ :-': >el .: 1Ii.
Sm\ul, is the judge was grave 61. i.. .
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appreciate an uptodateline as a sphinx The witnesses . MOXIEThe I '1 .}
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and the jur c > no
Well ,
' Guardnly of them call and see what then parts; Daytona LodgeNo. MERCHANTS 'J,. ' ,f,.. Ii! t tl
have' been improved upon 1141 I .
we have. Some new things The entertainment. was; gU: !r...: \ ..s'1 .1N .''"" ". ,,:<....of .I.Itd"I. ; t

you will probably want. th.' bci.ttit of the Inland Park fatal! B. P. 0. E. BANK i", .,',_ 1!(..1'aS. .,W,. I --'. first time this delightfuland l I wa
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50 CentsFOSTER and was arranged l b>v T ',' : ( i I.s, l': I Meets Every Tuesday .". :.' rn I II' I' healthful beverage
[ '. l'1 t'.m--: : i Evening Visiting ,11-. ''tt vt
The
HANKINS DruggistT :the dvu.: dt'parII': ; A. D McBRIDE PresidentJ I:.. ... I.
t \ TillI'LW L to club uud. i MI*. : : { Members Invited B CONRADice Pres.aenlF .... .' :.' has been bold m
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tSK ; T. E. Fitzgerald. E. R.jy'am' "t "1"
t Beach T w .i- N. CONRAD CashierF "t- city
Where VoItKsia Meets Graham Cu F. Crouch Sec. is
CO. J MVER: AiSt Cask:r t a'r
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-I ..., 6EO. WRAY- II[ DELANO THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA l i


Dealer ia I J

PIANOS and DELAND the county seat of

: PLAYER PIANOS I' VOLUSIA _ _ _ _, Volusia County, STETSON

1111 : -i : 1f@lHI Jtfl1Jt' 1lJ 1f' Concert Tuner COUNTY is situated 23 miles southwest of

: PIANOS FOR RENT 1 Daytona and is reached from the lat UNIVERSITY

>< BANK ter city by an excellent bard-surface
) At ( DELAND. PLA.
k road recently constructed. Four College, j C
Jj1 1 / A DELANO. FLA. T.-chmcalHchool : '
I"", At DeLand is located the John B. equipment ("OM\.* .

.... .__ - u ____ Seeds, Beads at Stetson University one of the lead- Ing nearly $4i0oco.
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-- ;::r--=: - r Capital $100,000Surplus Endowment

III Pkoae 77.for : - T7' 'II I ItTZ ; -? -- WOMAN'S $50,000A. ing educational institutions of the Faculty lessors! and of 01" p.ln Plume

; -- EXCHANGE Soath. Because of the interest in strnctors. ('hrlstlan- and

III ICE CREAM: : :;;--: J 'iOUrtl; II n" itiiyimn.tittmt D. :\IC' RIDE, matters educational DeLand is knownas but aonta & Lag pr-
Teaching
4.haln.: It'rziIii Pr.id'ntJ.
fi (. mmy nautity.HI j ; -- :/ I ,. III 1fn.-l'.. p. I' I "The Athens of Florid" For Information
: : CON It AD, address: Mrs
i.)7lP i. : 1111"U B.
;: 'nt. gIv.I CHI of
haT
Stetson faculty
MILLS'European : l'rrsldent University a Lincoln
:;; \\t.". ,__ \Vtce- I Hu1JeYI froon HarwJ
t'f 50 professors and instructors. There; Ph. B. Lltt.1>..
,
ill WOOD
... I B. A. LL D. S day afterno|
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-- ILl Restaurant f --- _' .! '-, ., _.J t'ushi'rDREKA'S are over $400,000 in buildings and President

.;; I I equipment; nearly $300,000 endowment
I
......, .... L. C. DEMAREE. fact must be apparent to the most LOST--
.n. .........., By r ; a Carnegie Library alone representing
I superf"lal observer. With such lavish J. 'fl.T. ?PfRKINS not bastetl
I g SHOES Al f UKNISHIIiCS !I One of Daytona's crowning glories I : an investment in building man KxclJtram

_ .: is incomparable beacfo. No BUSINESS AND I weilti:! of natural beauty it became DEPARTMENT endowment and books of more than

:} It Pays to Trade at :I: one who: has ever set toot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS "to an give easy the thing finishing foi the hand touches oIran STORE $120,000. The library is the United Attorney andCounsellor W .

smooth racked sands; no one who States Government depository for the
___ 2 Peck's: Bargain House : I wfhich have wrought; out the colors Uontil
' : ever* pedaled a bicycle over !its ex. I EVERYTIIINGI State of Florida, and contains over
? _ _ J 112 South Beach Street. :I .one who ever drove apranelasr and ouiliaes! of the, big picture. TO EAT/ volumes. Science Hall one at Law l ford, ........',....a............ pans ; no 15,000 c Bob foUnt]
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ pair or horses and listened to ja- Man did all this in the laying out -TO WEAK of the newest of 16 buildings with r

________ -......',.................I to the popping of their steel shoes of the streets with th>. ir wide marginsparkige. ': TO'==USE 1 its furnishings represents an outlay [ SaturdayF'OR
Will
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: LING W -.CBINESE LAUNDRY 5XIX upon Its asphaltunvlike face; no. one .B .u.u.uIsisi.isI.1.IsI.IuU:: of The entire city becomes Reading Room, of $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of tate Practice ana la
f
; _ _N DreisHnirts'o. BRACII):; ST.UiNljiht. PAYTONA.!( Hhlrts FLA.10.m I who ever steered a hign-power. automobile : E. S. HALL :I I c grp. l park, with driveways inter- EievutorMi-icei -the most beautiful college buildings FederalCourts

White Hhlrts luiXVooU-n$ Hhlrts It) Z down the broad stretch of .: : !!OPt tiflc, mles: upon miles of driveways 'l lt0 Room 7n-the--SouthThe"city / Packard tcj
Check Hblrtl N' rml -n.hlrts ,
II.
' New Hhlrts IS Ilnnn-fS I 8 ZBhlrti wave-washed and surf-packed sand : Architect and Builder : :-iO good as to attract motorists has a population of about going oortj

collar tt. 18,Hocks.! JM'r pair s m I but realized Is from tll the continent. G. A. DREKA & CO. S at Seco:|
: : that it a world beater No. 3iW Palmetto .\vf.DAYTONA I over 3SOO-with; settled
Collarlor'ulTs :
,:Hanilkerchlffs 3 f ) LANl.FLAYo1usi&jOllllty? _ a thickly country PlLAND, FLA.
: 1diescIothtsateorrespondingpr1ct HB a world-wonder. Go stand upon : FLORIDA. ; And :as for the pa\-emo"nts.: paveS DeLand is five .
.......................... tnis wile speedway and see the hap- UI, tI adjacent proper H *6:; P
.B S I S B S B S BB I B S BOB.B.B S BB; nu'iits that look and act like granitewhere miles east of the St. Johns River, on

........1............... py soul flit by in Joyous mood. and -- --- ----- else between the eastern the high, rolling pine land of the I WRIGHTINSURANCE poll \JDr!

: H. C. THOMPSON Agt.! J ianswtr whether this: is not one of M SISISISISISISISISISISISII and we."t.'rn seas are so many miles great "Orange Ridge" of Florida. 'h.s u Aa

I IN the seven modern wonders. U I I in proportion to inhabitants? The : WttO (1u3Penr 1)
Abstracted ;
LAMB ENGINES : W. C. M. D. I VThe. predominating products are
:;: CROWNING : on
: The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River., javemnm'it question stacds with the 'oranges and grapefruit, the estimated

HUPMOBILES I : General Medicine and : I street as one of the chief drawing B,-rt Fish;I'r.>8ld.>ntOury from this vicinity being over AGENCY He nil) pH
: Where. think IjimlN.. HecnturyundTreus. crop
Daoatratioa Give at Any Time. 0 you is water with more thoa.ji:
Obstetrics cards. Till) some unheard of place t
: : this ,
: PIIONK JI picturesque surroundings? Nearly a 300,000 boxes year. Grapes --
Offlcf Hours: 1 1:10: to 8W.:! 7 to 8 0&. I reports more and better Daytona
. ................... ...... mile wide. fringed with tropical vegetation : Over Kodak Place. Those 39.'I. : throw down the gauntlet to the Abstracts Furnish'cd peaches, pears, Japan persimmons, DeLand, Florida Ur J

........n.................; artistic cottages with roomy i .........ISISI.IIISUSRSISI I world. and Titles' plums, pecans guavas, strawberries. Voltis t A'JM
verandas looking out her bosom 1 Perfected and other fruits are grown in plenty.In
i JACOB ESPEDAHL :: upon -- --- --- ------ Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Fruit.

Contractor and Builder I gamey food fishes In countless numbers ........................I \Vh'.tevone's shortcomings, ; and ,(rand Insured, the way of public improvements OLDESTLARGEST : > until
IS I N miles of fine shell roads an
S are
many .
beckoning
it those
as were to daugm : .,
Designer and Craftsman however indifferent or even callousone Maps, Pints and -
;______ BuperintendContruettonof Build- II I with rod and reelher; bosom flecked I: DR. J. E. RAWLINGS : Blueprints HuppllvdIIKLANP excellent high school electric lights S Monday aft I
: may he to many things: the mere
ings. Flam and
HjH-cltlcatlons U
with duck and coot and ; a system of waterworks that is owned
( n Hhort Notice. II snowy : Play ciaa and Surgeon : J I menticu (.f "flowers and squirrels. KLK. and BEST and will fseason \
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. .I winged sea birds. which sit about as | ; and operated by the city, supplyingthe wlij 1
II birds:
and
fruits" will
.a.IIi.uI.isi.1sI.isiIisI I If for the sport of bobbing upon. theN! OFFtCK OVER KODAK PLAfK'; : I send. a thrill purest water at little cost. Mr and 3
that is reflected in distended l pupils
Phone 61
SIISISIOISIISUSISIISISII. ; waves; watch that lubberly old IU I I and pricked ears.For BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that For Florida wi'nteihoi' <'j

a .I white headed pelican) pouch a fat I I SISIIUS1SIIISISISISISISISISISISISUSISISISISUSISIS : DeLand is a church-going commu- MagiH.liaHot iiS
-- every visitor! with -
a
: OSCAR MICHAEL : - spare KOObor FARMS
mullet and that fish hawk struggling' nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Methodists I
I there is a bunny ready to come COMPANY
: CONTRACTOR :: upward with his floundering. load he U (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES bat
ainl I aivept: your gift. He will sit bolt Manufacturers of
I
; : Filling and Grading :I snatched from the water : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS :I I'r'r'fe'ht' and knaw loft' the meat. LUMBER Christians and Catholics TIMBER or

: See the beautiful launches. spickand besides colored Baptists and Methodists ( Mrs JjJ
t Keavy Hauling a Specialty. : Civil Engineers I casting furti\e: saucy glances at you LATH TRUCK:
span w t1h hampers and lockers i !'uutnwbileJ SHINGLESMOULDINGS are represented. Flora) accjLudwig

; .I.1IsI.nusIsIsisi.a.i.Iu bulging with refreshments both solid : DAYTONA. FLA. The graded school offers a ten LAND anj
J Flowers.) Usually fresh and l bloom- Send for Bargain
: O'\K!'! \! :iXW) : and liquid, ready for a cruise upon th ;< Jo.tahU..h.(1: ;";5. UI years' course, and the building whichit Wheel to; the DespLJ!:
U :nsj the year 'round you are reminded A-nts( :
. I MELLADeVOY&CO.MILLINERY beautiful surface. Take out your field S ISISISSS1SISISUIISISUSIGISC.U.ISSIISISISISUSISISII Masury's Paints occupies is newly furnished mobile tri{
of GolL.J. mith's couplet whereSziiiin5 Paroid UooHng
'glass! and sweep the river from - ------- : Whit. hnlUVin.ntKllK throughout, and is one of the most THE GOULD- Springs, 11
I ::: :; spr-nt its earliest: visit paid
I Ormoud bridge to 1'once Park u I i .'.lIt! summer's lingering blossomsi (;:""orglll4'llI> PI".t..r Hrick commodious and best equipped pub- GOTTEN CO Friday of
light house then say whether the I I Bond Hand Brick
I i lic schools in the State. lowing c.la.,
delayed.
ej Halifax i isu' a thing of beauty and : E. L. STEWART : I IK LA NO, KLA.ALLbN'S. S The trip from Daytona to DeLand Helen andpleasant !!
N.. 8 Bach:; St.. Daytona. Fla. 1.1. Physician and Surgeon In OHM y id roses of varigated hues I IIEL.II.' : FLA,
.' a joy forever and one of the modern
tij
i. made automobile in little
:_ .x X! y-'i i\!...!> :! !) wond ..;. III 01 Sp. i 1101 I att. nlion,to ills. its. ...I ii.h...,'. t1 I : ;': edoi.iin-t.:! ; another household has by a
KKm.: : r. Tlinuit >i il I Nov. .11.!!
- -- --- ,. .. . II I :.1 pewfMiit for the poim tta' and the over an hour, and there arc many
/ !\!\! I(. '-it.. w>i. 'i' II .I! I tl. uis \11111..1':1: !' S \ 1111. .Inl l : : t AUIS & fISH[
The t. p. '.. I drives in the of the F
Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge- o..i"I. ot t t. |.h.n. si- ;)!reniis j i re aflame; another is hideit'n pretty vicinity THE
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1 '11 I.ur-' : :' /I. III.i it. ..
: in.
! V East Florida :i t wood. | IISISISISISISIISU I : ::11 a juimk! of tall cane. Variety, Attorneys, at Law county site. A good! road leads to GORDONGARAG'E The hanflowers ]
) .
I Pr
ISlSISI I ; cli-oig In lOll fr
I 1 DcLcoa Springs, five miles, historic ,
the : of, life '. a
.s: "p e and here is where tate a 11I1 I' tl.'ralI I
Itidg"( tvocd( avenue Is upon the crest : (ioU: I-. where of PeninsulaApply
Telephone Company 'i| you find<..I if.I spot, 60,003 gallons water
of a broad: : ridge straig'ht as the crow I l.B0B.BtB.B.B.B.B.B.BlOB* ) I"'IIQclal tUl'lIlth'I! for babble from the earth minute. S 10 J|
U: I The! urus: flit io, and wittti their mnv.-s.tigating/ It mid every

. Connections at Daytona s Hies and the wide spreading branches f I DR. F. H. HOUGHTON :: jo> ou.not* s help to give fullness p.'rr"ctln((1-1., .. "I I'. "tlti 1.ISIfWART 1.\! From DeLand automobiles go south The
of 1!he heavy-truuked live oaks
for Distance ex- .I I I' .i.d vnnmtiry to the picture. I to Ostccn, 13 miles, on shell and DeLandHeadquarters
iP' Long Points tend tht-ir g-ant arms across the mag It .I
:iiuieet; \:rta, forming arch DentistiTie.li ., As for fruits choice citrus fruits marl roads; the St Johns is crossed by
an and [ & BLYI.allc ( for teasri
_ _ __. H. THOMPSON, Mgr. from these! extended aims great fes- U* ') 1.s.Hlc..k! I I I Liaxtona \"t'da: : the palm. to non for ferry near Ouicen and cars can then !
U I'll", .K U, 'I Kliil: Noutli |Hn tooua of SjKinlsh moss sway as the i UI quality ani quantity per avre. There Jfor:, I I'y!
'N'i I
trade winds from the tropic seas UI(......................iuSISISISIOISISISISIS1IISII I I tre micros: of citrus groves in proximity :Mary hto-\\art hard road. There is a shell road .
'i' -- Attorneys at Law from DeLand to Orange City, five Maxwell Touring
--
.' fan them. Looking straight: ahead to the city branches bending ,
i l and otar\t.:1i\ Ptbllc miles, and a good road from DeLandto Cars and
H. T. McCLELLAN :S :down thi3 whfte shell street one has I to the e.th:;! with their burdens of
J: T. K.: Ftt/i laid E.: F. <'Mt. s I lut-ious sclden globes. which for Jt 'I.\ n. FLJ. ,\. Lake Helen, a like distance. RunaboutsArthur
the impression of a fairy path with

Mill Work !! ""lfiwa draperies. but as you move :: FITZGERALD & OATES :! beauty: prtrflicacy and all desirable .1

t 'long and cast an eye first to theTight I J: Attorneys and Counsellors at Law J quiliti: '\<-uld truly astonish. you. r- A.ERICKSON. BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO. < HnnillnKojnl ,

'! I I 1'01"| ciil i: I Kiici:lii. for ExiiinlnliiKI : I
Write or ask him about anything '! and then to the left you s>eediatmsjuished I ui.t, l'i i-f.-i-tlii;': Lund Till.ok : Uii II The Fastest Autos and The Finest :Manufacturersj P.liamUnHAMLIN

you want made of wood Every- -J cottage hornets in the : illu- I III diir.id Itill Id I uig. 'I'hone, J 1.MISISISISI3ISSISISISIS2SI: Out. & co.La..t.t j Light Granite, Buff, Red awl ,
the best.
thing I most dfhgbtful settings.- I. : Iudt of
I I The -t.t 1.1.horW wonder do i Drab Brick
,. See:) .h.j glistening leaf of th" jtui Pianos, Ortars: ana
grand ...
North Rid wood Ave. Phone 123 I I. rc'- C'IITNKI'I, 'ii ,
: :i-k? t't wheth from 11i : 1. MI.- Iromr "
mime. Rhlpi -
I magnolia! which ., ..,. ... .. . . .. :-:iou; Sewing Machncs5ut 'I'l.b. \Vi 111. .. &
nature has annulledas ; !\! "' '.J. !' JS ! ! :!It ,,I .... ,\ ..i. i ITtsa:5: : I aud Pr1c"",-
< .. .. or fro-n >!Ime. from Kaaumzoo! o. LAKEIiI-LNFLA.
) I no yrt's's brush could! '; l'sI. \-1.: I FI.\. .1I
ever and
__-____________ II ; DR. J. P. ESCH % r.inbui.:: IL,. :ud you will: be "-howii." I -- -- HAMLIN
the iMbbige! palms with their burdens ) '
---I ;, hv.-e: ,where the world's record for LAKE HELEN
,
of &-!IO.\Y fruit and swaying paMS.!! : Physician and Surgeon i '

I IlliIiI I PICTURESQUE{ PORT ORAME ';t'e th. lovely holly with its e\yuu;- i!) I', :'11-,1., S i I 1 1\. i :t t">!! I. ," .. ." 1 I "f ., : spei-d. :.s broken with every recurring ; Surrounded 1 fcy several lakes Attorneysand
I pretty
.
.
JM.: ,. K ', ," t.,. 'it,. ".i 5 .. ; I', '-.>..ISon.utcs, the bluest: the fast-
: tttf ltry\ ; see the climbing vine:; v) 111.1.; ; i in. I'!"'ii' \ 1 "\ \ ., X. \t to J PoatOlLcv and guarded by lofty pine trees is
y) i it-t. and. the! finest ar.* Counsellorsat
PtlKT OKAXt.Ksituated : I I inv: 'fI u\ on daily:
i uu not in the trees; see the cryp- I Lake Helen, a winter resort of

a tlrt.tt.uu:.'\1tatfl ;, ; PORT ORA'6EHOUSE\ i 'tii.j.m.jii'j. : forms wuk-h gain a foothold .!.!.!. ........... !',. ........ .. S ...:. ..'- ". (: rude:: ai I'd the big ahnj j is as free pa-I DRUGGISTSJEWELERS: little importance Camp Cassadaga no, Lawl'EI..NI' I
live |iiil- \ 1..tpIU': !" artesian water froii: LILHlisJId5 !- ,
loOut h of Iiitytoni on 'I : ju tLe great oaks: and S3at"lp.i.ms. : > .......................... ; 'I a --spiritualistic camp-ground is situated -
| ( (.f flowing: wells. It.8:.
a FLA.
tUe iiytona- s. \\ I : : and surely you will) join int'he : S* I' [',;,1.\' I.. FLA. :: near Lake Helen and at this
; Dr. SAMUEL M. LONGDENTIST j Il'OIt.UllOUS: show with a i-onatantlv
myrna hardiir! i-Jo/us and say that this is a : place several hundred people make! ;
.
*!'irt! : i;; s'eue.Eeythismg !
fuet' rond. th.' 'ult'
highway of tli'M. K.itHmst. ; 5 Fred CummictsOwaer !S world \wider for beauty. :j tI goes from a :I'-horse: : I I G. W. Fisher mill winter headquarters. A laige lumber I '" fONIAIN'S"lDSLAND '

( The tovn i- aDd Maaater Surpassing Beauty of Our and the largest brick plant in
I Cottage One Door North power to! a :2oO-bor I
of New Mer.chant' up power, and
0 I Co. the
legated on th I! .11- Drug i South arc located at Lake Helen. FL.l.
p fax River and l I.. Homes. : Bank. all degrt-ea of speed' from a canterto J i!
Drugs, 1
I
connected with th- I ....SThe... .... .............. a two-nule-a-mtoute! clip. You will Stationery ORAXGE CITY
PORT ORA6E1IIEACII No one of Daytonas attractions --- I Huylcr's Candies, ClothingFurnishings I
|
pentniula opp-- probably catch the spirit, when
The
perhaps commands more nearly universal @ o_!:., .ili'.m.. m \!. you I Kodaks, Cigars i principal attraction around I
by a bridge. ,
do the
roads and the beach
S are
yours. Orange
The town t.. .w..U attention and praise than does ,; .LANl'. KL\ City is the many handsome Shoes jI
Manhattan Cafe f j The Florida sunshj is free, the golden _
laid out and has the anidtic cottages. The owners of | 1 orange groves. The town is

many pretty hOIll"'I. Lots for Sale. these charming villas hail from every i;; for ladies and gentlemen. ''f: balmy ocean breezes are free the j ji supplied with water said to be the
A large numtx-r of ;? ,i I birds: and squirrels and flowers are I
Liberal Terms
9 A. ti. purest in
> 1'OODALL the
corner d the country and they bring I I' world, another attrac.
tourists and w'nt.rresidents Allowed for 'J Regular Dinner 11 to 1:30 Daily. 5 [:-I.'e. the sparkling founta.n: water is
make Port their own architectural) plans and ;])) Short Orders. Box Lunches. J tion to visitors. It is at Orange City
IMPROVEMENTSOcean
i'rtre and >ou will have to down | ;:
OnugewInterttnd- River build upon them, and as the archii i) Everything Fresh. ,;] go The I that passengers over the Florida East
or ,, !' Special Attention .unto your wallet only for coin ( i .
Quarters ne of th FISHINGronvenl' I '.= auto. and bed and board. -
several the nttraei.ntwlnr (''- .'ntflslilnc. .- UaoCour nt to.\utolIlUl.U. .vuud I differs from the architecture of au- i[[: THE MANHTTAN CAFE f GROCER I dr.vc to DcUiid. The town is surrounded I

,: Bridge.Applv oCher so do our homes differ in 38 South Beach Street ,\; This Is i.o: fanciful picture: : it's all DELAXH. KLA. by had peculiarly adaptedto i

A short dUtanoenest to outward appearance and .structural t . here. It u. drawing other thousands. the cultivation of citrus
Wl\L C. HOWES (9 !.' "-o.'I.' ,i'i.< .!. .!..:!., ; fruits. I s.l..uFusI 11\
:)f Port oranmare .\.-...lit. beauty from .one another. There arc- t and ho'd'np:: them *?nthraH.-
thereiuaWV; of Port. Clause;: Fl.! ,. .......... ......... charm aid hold >ou. ('UIue: and s--e .i! < ............ --- --
no monotonous rows of strikinclv ....
'.he old l>unla\\'tonsucar 4. . . ..&-&.&&&& ..: .......................... ,........:
similar build'ugs but the eye, as it J 4.
mill a tilt"-
that IsvHIt'il .[\..r\ I ;; I Wl"9br- is treated to a kalejdo- t When You Are Looking for : .4 .
P OrangeOYSTER "From the Grove to the Table"INDIAN t I
four l>>* liunili II l of scopic cbange which keeps the mind 4> Some One to Do THE _DAILY NEWS !

tourists. out. tOn { CO. %%.ouJ?d.ug'hat next?" J : RIVER GRAPE t

aiith.countrY.t. II, I'tt'ONT I It i U 110* only the exterior of many FRUIT AND ORANGES tGroAii ..
: of Port OrBn$:> -i*r- , '
rounding th od: .ro\\ r uul1 i'vmii'r of thej homes: which! rivets atten- 4 I Electrical Work I on the Halifax. J ..
OYSTERS andCLAMS
t mill was u ":t-t In- lion; wh-c they are models of conenuiKe J The fme t quality of fruit for sale Gives nl rcepc.sons vvhose
Away :
; digoandsugar, oiinc Pt. () ',. 'tnn.,1 \ : and the finishing: and furnishing I in single "boxes or car lots. Special __ _:

plantation. Tbt..* null! i give evidence of the elegance \ PHONE 14. : attention paid to filling orders. names were mentioned in the :
was opt'ratt'd xtenslvely -

In tho..> .urIV. W 1. C. HOWES; and cultivation of those who worked MUNROE & STEVENS t Every Day previous day's paper . :
I flays l lout has U-va la it aU out. Indeed it is the interior I IFORLAWJ _

dUuv for forty. or I Rca! Estate arrangement and artistic furn hng: t GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. ..

nr) ).-8rOl. Insurance and snfi.dmg more than the exterior: Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. : Four Tickets to the
I Crystal
V Intert> tlncdriv. :
t ory > ; THE ELECTRICIAN. .
j that'e.i
appearance a surpasses: I : .

(g :'i\ front Kvan imaytomma l" ad.! I NOTAiV Pl'BLIC I charm to Daytona homes. This fea4: > Best Prices Best Work .. -I .-'S.I.-- ,,'s'.I I"!..!.!.! .."..'.... ....i...!. -. .4 4. Theatre and a Merchandise :

to h. I'JI..otdl. cr.: Port OranlC FI.S. .. ture Justly merits prominence as another !
____ Order fer
NORTH 25
I BEACH STREET : cents
tho I'ort Ortn_ voni'er.' GITTENS on some :
4 MESSING

t.I .d arbrd ..... :It, 1 I I'....... ................... }: -" '" . .. : .: local' } store. .
: and tl'! IIpau"I'tthr Streets and Pavements the Most .. : : : : : : .
s. G.ti mm B I SISISUIU.1S15151015155.lG .. Fresh
Fish : .
i! 1\I'U1<'I,1 ,. ; c II! and Best. McDonald's Boat Yard : .
\JePrb .
Clams .
.
Port 4>raua: .' tilt. I, [I(1eneralMerchanJjse j Why th' Architect of the Universe l Established 1903 S .. :1

I ru.i.of t.r'lil old tli"'Uf'?:[..-riing. i I chose to give; Daytona the most ad2| CHAS M. McDONALD. Proprietor J : and Rose Bay Oysters : Watch for them .

mirabl\?, tee most picturesque natural ---your name may : :
.
: MarWl
turnlui.: T. *| Railways. Boats Built. Repaired J en; Sojth Beach Street :
: Iayt.uiit.ti4rmr.Lth> l t Port Orange.\ FU. Si-tting of all the cities of the South I I* and
II Housed. U : Phone 5 4I
on uialnlii' I Is not revwifcd, but that such is a1 J I Prompt Delivery : be next. :

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Mrs. :M. :M. Gage and dlu'hterJrs: I FAMOUS STAR GROUP.
, Boyd H. Baker of Wilmington De''., MUST CARRY TWO LIGHTS j PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA I

of are guests of the Gables having arrived :- i Th Constellation Orion In Legend and .

y. STETSON in the city one day last; week. SAYS VEHICLE ORDINANCE. Literature.The SMYRNA is situated ---
I
of The ladies are friends: of :Mr. and Mn constellation Orion is mentionedin HOWEAND NEW miles south of ORANGESIf
6r-1
flat- UNIVERSITY R. G. :McCay a'so of \\Mming! I the literature OJ{ all aces. In Egypt; I and is an ideal spot you want the

:I who are occupying a cottage on South BOTH LAMPS MUST SHOW WHITEi it rejtrexert'tl 1 Horus.: the young or rising I from Daytona by a hard surface apply very best ut! Orange
DiLAND. PLA i sun. iu a boat Mirm'.unted by stars CURRIERFLORIDA winding through one of the most pie*
Four I
aceS College and 6 Palmetto avenue, and have beea 5n BEING I of Florida. Point Grove
Technical Schoou. LIGHTS IN DIRECTION : closely followed by Sirius. which was r turesque parts
Equipment eo.u the city since sone.ne:, l L at fall. With its ancient ruins dating back for tho RMland Indian -
Ing nearly J-jOOIXX). TRAVELLED AND LAW WILL BE shown as u cow. It has also been to a time when the history of man River Orange
Endowment (I tanFaeutly : IQ .. found sculptured: on the walls of LANDS runneth not, interlaced with wires the best In tbi
2?! will call for cleaning
of to Pr'lessors -Phone your
(
the
and In.tractors. FOR SALE-Launch Ne>daline, 7H! ENFORCED.A Thebes :;.CO..: .) years ajro.: And on the of the modern telegraph and tele- state.
in Christian i: and pressing. If BURNETT.Ains. by 26 ft.. 10 h. p. Fay & Bowen en men of that: early time It shone down NEW FLORIDA HMYRAA phone, its miles of shell streets as Grove situated 11 Q

jwnlow but lIon.At> hlng.>ctarlan'Tt gine. McDonald's boat yard. 46-Cts section of the city: vehicle ordi' from the same |position %nd with the hard and smooth as a floor and over- from the Daytona-N Dayton -

For information. E. Curr3.a la the cly I M. LEIDERSDORF arched by hoary forest giants that Smyrna Road.
.
C. which will receive strict attention eame bri;:htne:':oas It tloes on us today
ofand address: from Harwood betv/een, "trains Moa nance a striking: example! of the unchangeableness : Resident Agent grew in stately grandeur during the: Prices Moderate
Lincoln_ Hnller.;' ,''l'. J. G. Brown is adding a sleep'ngporch from the police officers orDa.tona Town and lapse of bygone: centuries, New FERD
Ph.J> utt.L afternoon.'LOST7 of the! luaven
? day to the second story of his .' Smyrna is truly a place of romance:
President in future is one which requires From the days of the early: Hindus Country NORDMANNProprietor
home on Ridgewood avenue. These I and rest I
to the the constellation has for Property
that all vehicles shall carry present
bread-ibs of :
;. gray sr'.k outside sleeping! : apartments are a
some reason borne always a stormy All nature: here is very inviting to
K basted toge.tlwr. Uewaid. Wo- ncI: less than two white lights show
not common thing throughout the north tn-
direful
J. I. PERKINS : character. Allusions to its the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
ing, \ man.s Exchange. Sl:t as they are re-commended by the ing in the direction in which the vehicle -I fluent-e are found everywhere among too is to be found the best fishing and

ban most emminent medical scientists,, is going. This sect.icn of the the" clash' writers. Thus! Milton wrote: R. S. HALEY hunting in the: state of Florida.

'tcd Attorney andCounsellor : ., W.V.. Abercrombie returned by and they would! be beneficial here as ordinance reads as follows:' : I When *lth fierce winds Orion arrived the busi I
The thrifty
the train Monday afternoon from San tel:,} as add comfort during warm "E\ery au'o mobile, omnibus wagon Hath vexed the Red sea coast. GeneralHardware people'are .
The loss of the Roman squadron in ness men enterprising, and all unite
va ford, to which city he accompanied' wef:,.her. or carriage shall carry not l less I.
at Law the first Punic war was ascribed! : to the in extending the: welcome hand of
one \ Bob Holland in his! automobile! ltd! than two lighted lamps, showing andBuilder.s
sailed after the rising There I t
fleets having; Just hospitality to strangers. are
Ith "Choice. fancy oranges for sale direction In
Saturday. white: highs 1 ia: the
; of Orion. The ;group has also be'nemplo'l'd five church edifices for white: peopleand I )
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by box $:::, at Big Tree grove. whit the a.J.o.IIcbile, omni'bus,:, or
tinyof Will Practice in as a calendar ign.:; Its morning Supplies an equal number for the: colored
State and "FOR SALE Seven passenger 73-frl-:Lu"4t carriage is going: from oIlo .half hour : rung! indicating: the beginning: : of has excel-
the town an
Furnitureand population;
ngt FederalCourts Packard touring car, fully equipped( after sundew! U.:_ 1 one-half hour before summer its midnight: rising; the season Y

going north, low price for cash. Call Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Pr -chard. who sunrise: ; and every bicycle: tricycle of grape gathering and its early evening lent high school. a splendid business public .,

ni at 51 Second Ave. 79-6; were located with: Mr.: and Mns.: W. motorcjcle! or motor tric"CletihaoU rb'inz! the arrival of winter. with UndertakingNew library, aad up-to-date I I
:less than one lamp its attendant storms in re ent times houses
tryfir INLAND, FLA. A. Bennett: on Volusia avenue! last carry no:
I I showing a white liLt in the direction ::- the group has always! represented: agreat SmyrnaTHE There are any number of pretty
( H. E. Pence arrived from :Minneapolis : : week left Sunday oa! the: :;:euuerI ; Its : i iI
in which it i is going from one- hunter or \\arrior. presenttitle homes for the permanent population if f
on Minn., Saturday, and rejoined Cherokee take the tra.in.t Or- ij b
WRIGHTINSURANCE I I to half hour after sundown until one- came into Greek; astronomy from which numbers close to 2,000. and

the bis wife and children who have been I!moral for Palatka on their return to\\ half hour: before sun I" .-t'." the Euphrate and originally; : signlfi.dthe ; I' some very fine winter residences. STATE BASK. j r
with his parents: )Ir. and Mis G. X. Tierin.: N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Pritch- lisht: of hoa\en
I One am.i.: 'iiso: been made! this There are good hotels and boardinghouses Of
are Pence, on South Palmet. : o avenue. ard had been all over the state and I OCEAN "HOUSE 0 :
I week for the vo'at.on: : : of this sexton: 1 where you can find accommodations I
ted He :will probably reiiaiu here during I cause here expecting to stay: only' ono tNMNN NN NO NEW SMYRNA
AGENCYDeLand of the city ordinance and warning: is F. W. SAMS to meet your requirements. i I
set the balance of the season. day, but instead remained for se"1 i
t given by :Marshal Gore and his! assistants ALL HEALINGi PRo'PltiET'R: Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a JOHN: T. HAMMOND ii ik i
pe oral days and will come here to President
tbil the full:! ordinance: : wit i I section of vegetable land as can be
one Dr. J. C IIerm J, Osteopath. 20 sperd. incs>t of next winter, as they I i :=======r= Rates: GEU. L. BRANNING k
Florida be strictly: euforctd in fuu"e. found anywhere. This land has been i'ashler i iI
Vohis Ave.: Daytona: Phone 40. tf I I think Daytona puts every other | DAVIS Panthera ist $3.00 per Day I divided into small farms which can
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my place in Florida out of 6i;ht. Of like! i
PENINSULA DRIVE Special at reasonable Someof
tI per be bought prices.
and mind Mr. and Mrs. \V. (J. YO-JII-J) ENGLISH GRAND OPERA | General
OLDESTLARGEST Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Carver are : !;' H ,rood Houv. '*..uth of \\'> )listr. finest in the stateis
enttu Week the celery grown
daughter, MUs Catherine: arrived! of Philmore N. Y., also vvhl ) WITH EXCELLENT CAST.An I Mtni.> I Banking I
Monday afternoon from Detroit, Mich and Mrs Bennett', who came h tr'I' I; DAYTONA BEACH - FLORIDA Ew..lh'nt: Hunting raised on this land. All other vegetables I I Business t,
and
KKhliij and here
I I in abundance, ,
net end will spend the balance of the!I for a few days, only, and are attraction delightful in many i Pmtli'Tijiv: N II n 'k .II1IItIUIIII.| ... grow I Per Cent. Interest I i
and BEST vtnltvln_: -all h"Him., >:." Thforf XKW: MMYKNXFLOKIUA too, is the home of the famous Indian 4
I Carver's pleaded with Daytona that they will ii fact \'?ri:abe! musical fiesta i on Time Deposit
TAI season with Mrs. paren s.I ways a 11.MI.:; 'II' I It tldd| !k.> 'la"iHt.' Nt. !

Mr. and Mrs. A.V.. \VelU, at their i remain for too or three week haws up on the horizon HI the .i opatliN.Kuli. s;alt M.-1-.ii'U.:<;tlow-.iiiHl. tc.KI'Vtrt.:Tilt. ....'al.ou for(.... I River oranges.

winter home, corner of Palmetto: and . II r.' iilisoluti', Tr> uttiifiit\ at offlr1
than For Florida Magnolia avenues :. near future as the oasis in the prebent SI.o' out J.:!!.'"."'. t-t-, 0

FARMS March 7 In American History. desert of the local: theatricalseason. ;........................1. ....
eth .' Barber Shop. closed the ...................................4 .............
GROVES t; Hot baths. Hooper's 1774 RritKh parliament ........................;
S'if port of l.ostou. The 'Bo' ton tea Grand Opera company :
lice, TIMBER or "" lIf Dec. Hi. K73. led to retalLitory The English : Co. I
thorn TRUCK Mrs. Jacob Schneider and :Miss:: : !, part measures as soon as news cast and orchestra, in a scenic production : R. H. MCDONALD | The Joseph Zapf!

LAND F- Flora, a<:companby Mrs. Ceo. H. of the affair reached parliament.! of Mosoagni'i* immortal "Cav : MEATS\ *.

ten ; Ludwig and Mie Ra-ldiff. a guest of 1S04 General; U. S. Grant commissioned here :
Major
alleria Rus-ticana. will appear FLA.
Rend for Bargain : : Florida and Western : : JACKSONVILLE.
cli Hheet toi. the Despland hotel made an automobile -! lieutenant general in the . .
the
I-'olowlng: .
hedost trip to DeLa nd and DeLeon United States army. This grade Thursday evening. the and most reliable liquor |
GOULDmm had usual custom, to relieve the general :j The Choicest Steaks and : J Is justly called largest
11" Springs Dr.V.. 'I&' French driving was extinct in the army but '
strain of dramatic intercity, the Roasts t Florida. Sole distributors for *
Friday of lai&t weekfand on the role boon fl''in'by act of congress f< rGrant's : The Primest house in ::

ub- { co "(- lowing day visited DeLand, Lake U'liefiL opera will be preceded by an amusing .. T..l"vhon", u*wht you want and ve .. Celebrated Beer | ;
thirteenth act operetta. This is certainly Anheuser-Bush -"L
1874 Mlllanl Fillmore. pres on? .
Helen and Caasadaga. enjoying verypleasant : wlll..noJ..a"or to 'e that you get it. : :
ndittle >. Wont died born 1SOO. a combination with: which to :
I>ELAXI FLA. ; Phone flj; A
trips both occasions.: the :
on
called to
noted for attention is ;
1S77-Matilda: Heron actress conjure an ideal social and educational Special
her Camille died bornASTRONOMICAL 1sQ.; DEPARTMENT. : :
ray For Sale or Rent. ; entertainment and the opportunity POULTRY : MAIL ORDER
the THE perhaps of a lifetime to some of us, .1 .
The handsome cottage and lot w th EVENTS. .
to: see and hear a vital presentation Th. MrIt>r ou!'aourorder thettT furnished. i
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tototle GORDONGARAGE flowers fruit and shrubbery cornerPeninsula will be cheerfully
(From noon today to noon tomorrow"I : Price lists
.. of t the masterpiece: of the greatest : tw- fViruou: hv'iof g.ttingth :; : .

aterrate. ; ( I e.;: t.3 Apply to Bingham Drive and& Thomp&on Halifax! avenue Day I Sun 1:37:; sl'ts,4.n. in.;;;: J 5Z.3:. rises p. m.6.10,: eastern); moon time sets living composer of the I'aluxn .. .. choIt-....t. 1i .....................1.1..............................

The r .' tona. tuefri4f4t t moon at first quarter.Quality school. '' .........................

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THE GAZBTTE-XE\VS CO. DAYTONA BEACH FLA. i .
: Automobile accessories of all .
kinds. The i
\ T. E. FITZGERALD Editor.: Exceptional I lon"Y'log best kinds of .

.If.Ifno 3 0 C. S. HARRIS, City Editor. Enamel Values! Ware In : lubricating oils on the market. : ..
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I, OUR ELEGANT LINE OF :. HARRY L. ROOD Adv. Manager :
t' Japanese China : .
- i : GUO.:: F CROUCH, Superintendent. .
Hi Trunks Traveling Bags and Suit Cases Laces .
;i : Entered as second class matter II I WE L. A l
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is now complete. Buying in large quantities we are enabled j i December 1, 1910 at the postoffice Ribbons

i :! to make you very attractive prices. See our Trunk Dept. at Daytona: Florida, under Act of I : Greatly Enlarge
iIi Ii : Opposite lltiebster'sGrocery5'tore IJ Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. i : Sides.
i March 3, 1S79.residence 1 Seabreeze Ave. 1 .
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.1 Best Service to the East j| BY THE GOSSIPER. ;5stt CELEBRATES FIFTH BIRTHDAY. I of spending your time sweating over a i ; All depa

.1I %- .iff...N.HttffftMfififfffHffMThe ; .. ...... .. .an., ''!: : selected Iron
.1I I Leave Jacksonville ....... ...... 7.5: 8.m. ; hot stove these hot days trying to get 9
Palmetto Limited. / Arrive MlI\11 11 nil h........... .... ..11-5" i I .
I .... Augusta............... ... 1J.jj;: > p.m.a.m. suggestion is being continually NUMBER OF LITTLE FOLKS ENJOYED i the family ironing done on time when i J help used th
DAILY. Carrying through Coaches, \ Charleston ... ..... ... ... 4.27 p.m. made that Daytona follow:
.! Richmond... ....... ... .. 4;iu.in. you can buy an with all the
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Pullman Room
; Ebctric-Lighted Drawing Washington,,:: ............ a.Ik1 8.11I. the example of many other tourist i THE AFTERNOON WITH I .
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Cars. Jacksonville toNw Baltimore t V.litu.iii.W.
EQtepers, Dining
,. places l make
of
i iI' rin< a display flags finest Chefs,
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\ Philadelphia 11.ttn.in.New :: I j
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York. .York.... ...... 1 iiOP.III'1 and bunting during :the season. It I, HER AT HER.HOME ON ORANGE I,I I AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRON 2 Summer adJai

would entail much l labor. : .
Hew York and Florida Special. Daily Except Hundny. NO.N not or expense AVENUE. I

Description of this pjpuliir train de Luxe, Lave Jacksonville...................... 1.10p.m. and would brighten up the I :.-
TbU of Pullman Havannah, ............. .. ....... 5.IIIp.111. ,
train consists lirawlng and Charleston........ .............. H.25 p.m. and business:: places and I A pleasant c- !ebratron of the
Boom. BtateKocm. HU'epIng Dining LlbrftryOtafrvatlon -
Arrive ........................ '
heated l Richmond 7.11.18.11I.> give the city added cheerfulnessand i
cars >y s-team. an fifth
( .................... anniversary of She birth of I .
quipprdwith ttw nw hl jh-: >pec Is brilliantly HeUU-U throughout by fU-ctrle- oo.. Baltimore..........................I1.: u.m. ho:day appearance 'that would little Jean Frances Conrad 75 .
held
was jO r
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fly, special lights Iwlng provldt-d for each .. West Philadelphia 1.41p.lII. attract the attention of visitors. I .
tocrth. comfort New York. Yt. ln. R. It.Mta. .
In
affording perfect writing Monday afternoon at the home of $
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or for reading at night. 7th Ave. S2d Ht S&l p.m. Why not act upon this suggestion .

leave Jacksonville............ 0.15a.m. during the time of the aviation meetat I her parents. Mr. and Mre. F. X. Con-I i ..
Florida and West Indian Limited. Arrive Havannah................ 1.9)!
.. p.m. :The close of the season and let rend, on Orange .
I avenue.
( Augusta! ............... ... .50p.ni. I.
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches" .M. (Charleston............. .. 5.4(1( p.m. the visitors depart with a mental Some ithirty little : .II
Richmond.. ............ or more peope.boys .
Electric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room .. Washington...... ... ...5.I0a.ur.. 1I.4Ha.m. picfrire; of Daytona gay with flags, a ConcededTw ]
Bbeping Cars, Dining Cars. Jacksonville I .... Baltimore! ................to.0a.m. bunting and general good cheer./: It and girls, were assembled to : These are the Standard Laundry Irons and are .
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4o New York. v .. "New Philadelphia York! ........ .....!.12.SJp.in.1.50p.m. may make an impression that'm. do honor to the occasion, the young- for sale by ..
etlt: members of the 1 party being thebabies I : .
strengthen i
; the dsi'r to return
:;; i Coast Line Florida? Mail. I eare Jacksonville ............. 1..'.'\ p.m. next I, of Mr. and Mrs. Holland 1-... .
I Arrive Havannah................I 12Ufta.ni.:! secieon. : .
DAILY. Carrying Through: Coaches I I .**. Charleston..... ...... ... 5.<>6a.ni. I Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Walter M.iStewart ;1 White Help i|
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ad Electric-Lighted; Drawing Room I Washington Richmond! ... ......... .1..11)H.III. p.m. FISHING PARTY WITNESS \ and :Mr. and :Mrs. T. E.j! The Schantz Electric i
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Acepiog Care. Jacksonville to New York .. HiItit.ort I .. .,........ I.II! U.1I1. Fitzgerald. j stops at Meal Htatlon \\'. Philadelphia .... S.40a.m. CAPTURE OF HOG BY .
.. 'GATpR. Palm BriM-h l oaj
i'i't LecaI Sleeper Jacktonvllle to Savannah. \ New York............. .. 7.13: u.m.W The refreshment table was a beautiful 'I .U
t B. J. Pacettl of Ponce Park, and expanse of pink, tha.t being th : and Water Co. .
Best Trains to the West. Mr. Mergergie ai:
i iI I delphia. who spend the winter. at:' flower baskets brightened each place .4I<.ON.0..e.e...e0. ..
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No. If. South Atlantic I Limited No. Ia: I Route ()'" New Smyrna, while trolling fiom the' and beside .a..eeoe. .ON .i.ii.i.i.i .
I i :I!and'+ Montgomery afoul I,| :: each plate was a little _
launch Dixie Sunday, on Spruce'pinkk: while Idle! big birthday

,. i' I.Il1CPm I"'amr.1..J8'kon'IIIt'...... Atlnnta.. .. ... ./ '5.15 h P pm n tLt.la. II f MSliaul I'll' 15:) pm !Arlontguu.rv r.,'. .. Jnckwnville..1r'.. Lv. .;' 1\:111:-.:,Ilaoi creek witnessed" the rather unittuuljsight : ;:'I cake, covered'witlr-piek- f"ing'a t .. .i.i.i....

] .i 8..opm \r..Joul '.IIIt'... '.'''. N..IO"III I I:!.III 1'11I '''Ar. L'Irnltnghum..Lv1i.Fn! JIm.pnt ", in the capture of a fat orker surmounted by five pink candles to .

ilJ 1 1I.66pmr\r..JmIlHIlHpolls..I.. ..('Inrlnuatl..Lv! .' ".IUIIII1 4.11I1111I' % :I 1.4l1pmlAr 1.11%I1111 Ar. .. \1111\111.:Su..ll\tll., . . 1.I.'UIIII1 1.\', ".:!;)1I1I1 by L a big, alligator.The 'designate the young lady's age. The I r--- ;; ..
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7.10aOlr.......,<. 'illplll i 1.10"111r . I"t.\.ou"\ ... .. \Iv. II.Ulpm% I members" of the party were, center piece cotwi&.ed of a larg" baket <- Trains -l 7 .
J : 'I1I.-IIIO..I.// ; ". $8111IAr... ....hkltlU..I..1 '..:!" 1'11I i trolling quietly when they suddenly of magnificent pink ros.s. i Magnificent 1 ..

: : f No. 84. Dixie Flyer Route Net \1.1. Xo. !.:!. j 1 Seminole Limited : So. I heard a pig squeal," followed: by aloud 1 II ['I The children formed a bright: ad: : ..

13.1 splash;; ii> the water and grass attractive map on the /grounds all'l 1 : "Florida Limited""Southern's .

",. 1I.26pm (.,... .. J" k un"III.\1 7:+IIIIII -j,5.tupm i Lv JaekH netlla I .\r'I :;, near "i bund aid a mouietu later a !. parka in fro nit of te!: residence: !; Southeastern Limited" i .S ik ,
10JI\pm\ .1r..Waycros ...\I., :i.III : .. hog weighing: probably l" I( and etijoyt d .
f Hili 111.1.11'111 \r"IIH'I'"S .Lv ;\11111 pounds a peanut hum and va: i i- I "
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.. Atlanta
7''tanr.' \tllllltil. .1", 1.II'I'm' :.::''"III .\r.. .. .. ..\lIqlll\.I.\ I.: Special""Florida .
8.66pu \ .... :" ?' .. \I.v 8:5aai: II.Dllulll.\r..Hlrllllll: lialll. ..,. nlll ro-s to the surface of the water and o.is oliiMreti's: gani<6 duriiij: ;; tlie aiteriiomi 'I: .
6.16 ant \r.... ..'hirago. .i.\ \ sl:+''I"III '.15ulII Ar ..... . 4.41)I". endeavored Special" i .
'.)Oem \r.'t.I.oub .... I., 1.5apill ..:11"11I% .\r.'t.'lIh'II 1.111..1.!!" \I. "I 1'11I1 to make his escape from' and little Mij-: > Jean Francs: .
1I.f11"" an alligator: ;: that had seized him ou'| did IH'I' al pear in the least to fe\I'j I! \' I.1 .
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For Rates: Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or Write the marshy: edge of the creek. The: the biM-d'-n' of advancing )'e 'rt as ,,h ; I SOUTHERNRAILW'Yi5): .sue

A. W. FRITOT Division Pass. Att. W. D. STARK Traveling Pass Att. I gator, however, was not deposed: Ito played with: her clrlilisu: t:tit-t>'... : .. twee

438 WEST BAY STREET . . . JACKSONVILLE, FLA. KO easily lose hi' prey and again' >.< ( [.,::. ..
I seizul the hus. which attain. broke i ,

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: tune,. gator each time taking'[ aDd Northwest. LIMITED. .
$ STEAMER : the animal by the nosE: or head and March 7. Washington. New York and the East. I BI.i.i.i.iI .

I Cherokee TOIllOka River dragging him under the I l.v Jacksonville..... .....;..10:1. in. _
: water utitfdi'I Virginia: ouivoiitlun wa-* debating Ar Atlanta....................5.00p.m. Lv Jacksonville.......... 9.00 i
the a. m.
hog woo finally: secession. .......
strangled I.iiuMlu's ,
I and ; itiaucu-; ; Ar Chattanooga..u.3 IStIr
FoR > p.m. Lv Savannah ..............
====== : they disappeared from sight. II I ral wax nut liktL The Couftri- I .\ Cincinnati............... '.OO) a. m. Lv Columbia .............. 6.40p.m.1.10p.m. .
emte government/ at :Mt nts,'ro- ; Ar Louisville ...............x.40a. m. | Ar Washington ........... S.53a. i ir .
t DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. : I Ar ...................... m. .
I cry was ('ouutln ; ujvn Kurtv.I' : i Chicago .2.i p. roe Ar Baltimore ..............10.02 a. m. .
ELKS TO ELECT OFFICERS I -an 'Ulpatb'tlrtb Carolina Ar Cleveland................3.15 p.m. Ar I'hilIHf'lphia..I .

The largest; fastest and only boat stopping at the .* AT MEETING THIS EVENING was dissati"tml with Lincoln's '; i Ar Detroit ...................4.00 p. in. Ar X.york......... ..... :..31: p.p. m.FLORIDA m.. i ..

na.1 lua i.rural. <:5wwral n"Jufarcl .
upper cabin. The animal meeting i>If the .
tuna lolue I of : aiiiKitiiK-tHl' that Fort Sutnterou I LIMITED. JACKSONV1LLEATLANTAWest .
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at the Cabin. : I elected! tlii.s: T. i Between Jacksonville and Atlanta. .
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; time for t'ir' i iU: i;; v .lifkMinviIle 1 .... ...... >.05 p. m. _
:...................................................: y'':ir. It :i.urged that ev ry tiieni-: 1 Kiiiiii.-nuN-I.: aaia..r: : ; Iarihaldi;: and Victor I XrVImta:. ;: ............. 5.20a.m. Lv JHcksonvillL".S.50p.m." ..

. --- --- --- ---- I't.'i'( ', Uii:( ( r.u: I, d_-.' !" ;,-,.,,'I| ; .! : : was. invested Icy Sar- V :ii.-\ill,- .............. N.5o p m. Ar Mat-on. .. ......... .....4.35a.m. .
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:ir..imiati: .. S.Sop. m. Ar Atlanta.......... .. ......7.45a.m. i
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I Steamers US.A ., Ar i .'-.. ., .. ... ..... 745a.m. --- --_ _ -_ __ .
I LouKsvilleandNash.ville :\-i j >I. Tr,7t:-, .... :.:::.... o.SOa.m.: Asheville N. C. : .

) ..;. ;; : Ar !Hrmtshani:: : : ... ....12.15: noun T.v Jacksonville ... .. D.OO( a. in. t .. IRPalmetto
... ON..e.. \r 1\111'.1' City. .. 10.25a.m. Ar .... .. .
Asheville ......700a.m .
AND ; Ar: (I'..:.".ralbl: Springs..... ".L] ;
Constitution ; a. rn. Ar Cincinnati... '.00 a. m. I : F .1
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are now running betweenDAYTONA t F.' 'i'I .. \ :;V I I.K.: 1'1.1.
t w I'" t 1u.o" II I? I 111:1:': I' i\uon: :IM.I r..inpvt.' ..! >.',,,:lta.ll,, .-..11I11111111.:01.-with
. t' '.'::: ,': ; r"" ', .' ,'.:: R. B. CREAGH. Trav. Pass. Att.. G. R. PETTIT. D. P. A.. i ..........ti
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Jacksonville .
Lv ", A.C L... 8.15 pm \ 'ltr. ,"'J. !' ...111.Jt .

j Lv Itirminshani: . ........I:!.:.:! pm I II I I (1111"! 1\:' I." 1\\1> h.-pr\01 :..,.-, o|
.... ..... !> i ' . i. .' Ocean It hasare
t Lv Nashville I ..... 7.55pm I 10; 11. .II! i
t: Leaving tbuulhtnll! ;"I' I: .nireF7" a large airy
Ar St Louis L. & X.. ... 7 40 am .. i Daytona Saturdays and : \\. (' "r. JII''" ", ,,f. ..- vice is adminJ

i - --- -_. ., I Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. 'I 1 I. +'a.lltdt ... --- ......., .t:bulUL; : _it ;i'nl;", : -nud1 .a on applicatioij

Dixie: j bound South. : t. : :. 111"d..:... .,,r,.II, II ..i.i.ii.i.ii
Flyer Route. , ., .. t.pc" ,, ... :J' I>!hl..rl. >f f,1 I' 'I
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I Jacksonville., A.C. L... S.5I'm: -!', i Leaving Palm Beach Saturdays ,!" i SWAN l

Lv ChattHnooga: .11 3; antI I and Tuesdays at 9:00: a. m. I :i Write or Inquire on the Premises, No. 39 South Ridgewood Avenue. i I : .i.....i.I

Ar Chicago 1 ; C 47 am North. i.I i..............s.--- -- _ LENGTH 15n FFrT9Ri rnvc........
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South Atlantic Limited. f I I I Il'i With excellent accommodations and service lighted b) I : Fresh milk vsa

Lv Jacksonville, A.C.L... $.15 pm i I f F. E. C. TIME TABLE electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passengers .a

Lv Knovdlle, L. Jt X. : : i i"I is now being
: 12.20pm ,. McCOY BROTHERS LTftCT: JMAk'\. ItllI operated betweenDAYTONA I JI.sl( MrAmerican
.Cincinnati. ..... ....... S 43 pin a r .
: .\r Grand liapids..... .. 0.45amAr --- I in_ _!.'t.lil-I It:i- \i> l>ou\; N"K1H flot' I'- I lit \ :- ,r ...i.i.i.i.iS I
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i Louisville.. ....... .... S.40 pin :t7 I =-
Seminole a7 uu :1:1 :'tt\ ,. and -
; Ar Indiaiiapoli............. It,>.> fun x LimitedSOLID -- :eu tit i t+. :tr
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Three tir t-d5 Electric .i Electric I:: h.a ;a 'i" R ilp :: e'p" :! :ast 7 :.,
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: ;S Lighted Lighted Throughout.CHICAGO Wp | 8 5T p 12: tI.p 1 2V .1' OrmunJ .: : '. .. II .
I I'I: .1.1; .i ;. . '' .. 2l'pV.p 11 lies' II"; 't.; .
In-rth Cars .. p 4 /tp' 12: lop 1 i''p|, () ttona : N' ::1 .: 11 : ''. .
Trains, Light, Dining ; |J| Cfe: :;'rl i
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I lop :2 45p r !lip R"tklcdye, .,
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on each train, a la Carte. t pt5 CtAtR0 7.t. ::! :!.: I is': .'m 7'C' : Sit;! \\.Imlt.'h 7 *."'>i .' 4"i. 3 '..'a < ..:." .:. :1 .
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I I Louisville\ S I Nashville\ R. R. t This schedule is published as a matter of news to readers ci Intermediate Points through the Picturesque Halifax : .. Fi

*; the Daily News and not t I
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t .!:' T. B: WALKER. Fla. Pass. Att. advertisement. Leave Daytona 51i

:& 118 tV. Bay St Jacksonville Ma.t SI. LOUS, I i Thursdays 8:00 a. m. I -
............. I Leave Palm Beach Mondays
r . ... ... .. .. ...u..O..... .. 8:00 a. m. I
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&.............!......... AND. ALL. POINTS BEYOND. BOND : I i :-.0
.I I !I\ .' I "'''I' I 'II', I.' ..1I \4 : LUMBER COMPANY "r OK 1 'l-; AND .
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5 GROCERIES I I:. ,'.'':J 'I_ t !. ..n 1' II. I' ulI! I .1". .
r I11 : I\ ,I1..,, uatul'! 1'1'r. 'n'. Manufacturers ot t7 ; ASK. MR. i
_\ ( !,I." ''':'' ':" :. .. ', : ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS I FOSTER I I i \Vei'A i
LUMBER :
'li\: :ilul !.t t ..''e' L't 0 -\1. I. l.oiil- T.I" ;i. in. ; 1 .
: : KIT ,.. ,. Laths. Shingles Floonn*. AC.KST.] : I .
t-piuj: all r... l.ttun.d 1 t i I. .. Ceiling Erich.% Lire: : and Ceirent in S'cck .. : 102 BEACH ST DAY lf TONA :'I
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JOHN P. POLLITZ. II. t ANTWKI.L.: j' \ I, e 0 :
Ei Flond.'Pe-.Aa.: Jaekuta\iib.I'I.!! I It .: 'Phone 83. R. JMALBY. i I|f OPERATED BY THE GULF COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY : H.l.sk
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HOTEL: DESPLANDDaytona fUNERALS i i HOTEL CLARENDON :

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NEWS OF THE HOTELS . ,
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: .?:>. SEABREEZE
best kinds of i \ I Florida : OF WO MEN :: .;.. . FLORIDA J

rketny !II .. .

SZ NOW OPEN I It. .: .r. lt1 1..1 Absolutely : 1
i.. II B Creagh, traveng:? p' ss nsrer .. ? /r/aMIfIM r IYtiiiT.r/

St L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. agent for th! Southern raihoid, i i- ARE HELD." :: ,. fireproof :

.1 iii j the city for a few days< on bun: .

: :i. and i'5 suest a: 'tlie: Dcsp'and:
Broad Piazzas all *:3 Now
I 11 Greatly Enlarged. ..Cuisine and Service Excellent. on : ... Open :

Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern k .
| Condition. .. t Convenience. Send for Booklet. : Late arrivals at the Oesplaptl in WHITE AND SNYDER BURIED;1 1i .: : I
BookirgOffices:
''t -hide S C Sellers Baltimore.* U I., Seabreeze Florida E. L, POTTER President

.. : CONCERTS DAILY. : I Bioomfie'd! New York, Mrs G .\ MANY PERSONS AT SERVICES. :: Hotel Blackstone Chicago :

age. : Gray, MCray, Od: Town MeV, i 1180 Broadway, New York W. S. KENNEY Manager +
's'] [ >Address:. ATLANTIC HOL EarrnjlIn..tt!: Pi r. Rhode Inland. .
i : tv Zachry Jack6cm..ne.11' : -- ......................................................
...........NONN :..e..e+!M.NNNN.N'.NNNO.0/NNNNN.Nr -" -. SHERIFF PERRY NOW CONVINCED .
I N. O..I.. OOOOOOOOOOO.= scc.CD. 000...
: and Mrs J. K. E'dridge: and
.........+fMeM+..................................... daughters Misses Edna' and Anna,,, THERE WAS A CON : Located in the Most r

who han been guests at the Des SPIRACY TO MURDER BOTH : Sarato S a Inn Spot on the Halifax .a.I..1
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;:.THE t RIDGEWOOD pland for several weeks have re- I JOHN J. McGUIRE Proprietor.
WHITE AND GREENE. :
: turned to their home in Brook!}'n.
I THE INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or Ea Suite with Bath No better in t

i .:t. E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. t Developments s':nee Che murder of : | florida. Table of the best of everything m season Terms as reasonable as I

New arr ale at the Ctfy hotel are i Dec. let to May 1st Phone No. 112
1 application
Deputy Sheriff .Guyhte: ardbe : (the service will permit, given on i

I :I; NOW OPEN. i J J Fartej, New York, \V K Haht.D Snider at Espanola Sunday hate I...........................NOOOOOONOOOOi000M000o.. t
A Cast>el. \VV Gettte.! W P Haegtr i
cominced Sheriff Perry of St. ..loltlscounty :
: i I HV Johnson, ChattanoogaV I.+..NI...V...NNf/ .N..0.N.Ni....*...O.t/...tt..4..O.N i
i'i'Y5 All departments will be managed by white Northern help, P Chambers. Max Marks At'!antn,, more firmly! that a eOIlt'piraer I

sweating over a I selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white : J II Randolph J E Tyson: \V U] exited among the men involved I:! THE BENNETT J i I 4
the trouble to murder both Deputy -
trying to get I & Hills, J F Ward, Jack*>oni: :leMr in : DAMON. ri.OlilDA j
ne on time whenCIRON I help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : Fh riff Greene of Ha:titles and N..w o|"'n lug. ;h, third >..u..n until the U'M,'ml I. niniuip! nn'nt ftf \ H. ami 1 I0:
: 1 DeputjVhite of Espaio'a; : Thesheriff I INh= :, |"ni>|"ii'i.'lor' i.I l I L''t\ ..a.n. 11)), li HIM'U is llrsi-i Inss. in 1't'1'r\ tnrueulnr. Tin .
Ii i< with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the : and :Mrs GoodseLl who ha\e f''iitur,"- ar-Iiuprru'r| i iiil.li \\hi... ui|"li>xr.. modern hitusi H ni'nlal lioini'HWi .
i : believes the plan was to kill iitmoli> r>' iiinl n UK'jition. on l>nxi l..tllI'. IM>Unrtl| BhI\\'oucllI\.tllIl':,: | % Two II'u- .
finest Chefs, and Waitresses 0 obtainable been guests of the Parkmecn hotel both men that t11J,Sit. iilouit>-, M nip. Hot.1 1M!|111.| I "I"| n tin' month of \prll *0
s I during the season: in companj with I I of th' :| Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages Marblebead. Massachusetts.
i \V. I I. Dea\er, stepfather
& Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island N. Y; Mrs Goodsell's son, E. Fairfax Lud at St. ...0......N NN.NIN......N NN...N....N N Ni..N ON
Carleton, was lodged in jail
: ...0.N.NN.NN ONN.NNN/ .NN ONi..NN NN ONN.. low. departed Monday afternoon for ,
.e.0 and in Ohio, Augustine Monday: ngiht, charged ........................-........................ I
St.ugusUr.e points with assaulting of the deputes
one

..............It<.. before returning to their home in MonJaj This, makes four men I I PROSPECT i iI '
I'I'il lilflf.........I........sIII .... Bridgeport, Conn. Mr. Ludlow will I locked up on the c'harge'' of being acc THE

THE PRINCE GEORGE ;hike his departure Thursday. I < ;sones to the crime. I I 109 South Ridgcwood Ave i I I It

Abe Snyder was buried at St. Augustine 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from( R. R. station and Post-off'ice. i II

: : DAYTONA, FLORIDA : Recent arrivals at Schmidt's; ho. :Monday aftenioon lie was '5 Steam Heat.

Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors : tel include Jno C beach Jackson-: well know in the Ancient City, I ./ ( Mr. Foster P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor.
I Mile, E M Howard, Ocala, J W Cur where he had Jived for a numberof i .le.OO.N....oo0.o.NNi.co..o..00..N o oooeo0o.o0N.
: Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. : ningham Birmingham, II HoUKt.! Hebron years and the funeral S'r\'iOCf6.

Irons and are I : Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. : N Dak L C Dana St Louis, Mrs were attended. b}' a large number of .............................4..4...........N........

W S Wrng.' LeRoy C Wing, Glenn i
Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : friends and acquaintance JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
Steam Heat Throughout. : Falls NT Y, Da>id Cartw right and The funeral of Deputy Guy \\"hue- : HOTEL SENECA OUNKR_. -_ : I UVAI.> _AND ()(''F.AN: HTM :

wife Newark, NT JVm II Hottoesand Who' was the first man shot Sunday : .
White Help in Dinind Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st : wife New York B S'atterj! and afternoon, was held at his home in : : ENTIRELY NEW. :

I and wife, F Lecture Ottawa Cn3dl.:! : EspanoLa' this alien:con and attended. : Albert Bennett, Proprietor C. R. Bennett Manager :
I In liajtona forlM. Augustine; .
[trie IceHo. The Prince George Pier Is the only landing
; : Palm Beach boats. Particulars) with, pleasure : by nearly the etire population of that : A Nice IMnc for Me. People. Running \\'at 'r. "Htniii Hint and Phone In K\: ','rv :

Recent arr \'a's at fie R'odcwoodindude !; I town and xicinit \ large number KOOIIIhitt, 4.rrlc< Throughout /1K.. Mr. Foster :

1 Same Management as THE BRISTOL Astnry Park N. J. : D Harry 'handler and wife, of persons from St. Augustine: attended .. .:....................................................
IoeN I /?** Mr. Foster : 'I the str\ice mal the exe'rt'nlent -
Vineland: X J S II :Moore and wife
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.ooe.... ,IIISIIIUIIII.I......IIIIII.I.......I.............111.. Thos H Shaner, Now' haven (onu,,.' in the little own was intt'ltot'all : ..I..................................................... ,,.

Jit .\ Ilobeits and wife, Chas I".J) the aftern(,a.VhiLe, was a : INN H H. MANWILLER Proprietor '.s

................... I'Uxk and wife, New York Mr: and man well.known and well lkt'd.: NEW SEASIDE DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA : -:
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.I Irs Gfo H Christian' 11ami."hur: 0, Sheriff !Perry has taken ''\('n l p': *' : This new and select tamlly hotel has just been enlarged and refu: nished : g

\\' P Vaughn and wife Mrs: : IIV caution! to preventocice: : in civla for the season 1910-11 to meet the: icquircments: ol its growing patronage I
THE NEW GABLES tcm Carleton! the man rharuyd: 1 :1 and Gas lights Call Bells +
: It.Ulruornnn V lU'lot. l'rovhlPDl'e.It ,,.1 Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Patlis Electric : .
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.. I. .I G Traj;t'r. Hugo Go'dviu: th, I with the double murder, is l'ap.lIl"1.d. :: Rates S2.50 per Day znd Upward. Weekly Rates on Application :

.. Daytona Fla a (CitKinniti: Mr and Mis C T I/uub) ,,::1 and he believes: it i i"lpclb'l'! for Mu- !t-inMin,, \oIdl'--, : mil, h.I.| I i 10111-\i || \1.11-:11.| I ):|{ li'" ::n h'.I i I, ..
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i NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY I ('hia i 1 gO, .J I C II III.tl'r, At'anta! Ch....s.::; man to escape ...............................................-..-.- .-.-..
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'. LOCATED EVERY MODERN :: .\ 1'trnn.uul; : \\t'l'; I'lexelanJ. AV -- --
aiLili : CONVENIENCE AND .' Hun andx !t t".., Hiookljn Mr and I ..N.............e.........S..N..5...N.............

1 COMfORT. .. .. .. 1':1:! I E: \\\1'; \ i ItKUencoa, X J. BABY TURTLES. : :

i Heal , i : "The Ivy I Lane Inn"A :
i y -- Steam Throughout They Know Just What to D> and Do jI

0 I i It Without Guidance. : High Grade:! House catering to he( irost particular people CectrallccatioD. :
S. H. MOSELEY I
i : I d , l MURDERER Tnt <;o Ulln .is :8 It! :ilitnrtlo! run'rr.'- S3.CO and S4.CO per day-S17.50 and higher per week.
FhBresti a9 t5 itf s ii t! tt : I Proprietor. :i
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: wg Tin .\iltnion.Th..u..llull..11I1IC1 l I I from the /';:J 1T !Ill' ><'uttl >N llllwn l tithe Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor .
.. He Ins uu niie to t lynch:i him. .
sett.!
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I 1I I no OIK to ;pilule him In his curl''U,i iI > : ,/Jjli Mr. FosterI9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999:

.: ...fi.s1 Mr. Foster !! IS STILL I lutle& brain there! i> liiipLintdl .1 -tr.;,ik .I.5.......OtO...O...N......INi ......O'........S NI..
SOUTHEASTERNMITED. 1 <.f (':Hltlou, 101".1" IlIMill till- flit IIII:It! --- - --- ---- - --- --- --- -

: .I............. .....I............................... until a certain jH'rii),l in his life hip: .,
\\w and the East. iirum.'r. N soft and no 1<,fi njiin::: ..t
E. H. PURDY Prop. I
: k. : Ikim.Intl he :Jt nine 'tktin\; THE SEVILLE
tie... .. 9.00 a. m1.10p.m. I IIIIIIIOI.tll.Ili.I.I.1/ .............II.I.IIISSI.I.I.IITIlE AT LARGE.I shelter hungry' in the troph.il |irofn-ion: of the i I Daytona -- Florida

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.............. 6.40 p. m. I ItH.t ll.l whit-h. holilsitliin i GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON.
In ........... 8.53 a. m. i. HAMILTON I l>rinching: fr.'ndl; .an a-toin-hnu" : | Surrounded by Spacious Grounds, in the most delightful part of the City I

............10.02 a. m. i j cl.tme: lit iniriae life Hire the ,vogue. ) The guests receive the best the markets afford in the dininj room and every t
ia..12.23 p. m. I 1 New and, First Class : PEOPLE ARE MUCH EXCITED; II I turllo fiHsN unmolpvtetl while litkm"r ....ar.I ... I' comfort and Convenience that a well regulated hotel can otter to the public. I

.......... ::.31 p. m. I umlercoes: the inlenlnz: :: pio. ........e 5.e......5.._...N.O5S""NN NN oo..;00a
I I \11:1tl\.r: tinxoiinir; sea turtle I'at.
: SHERIFF SEARCHING SAM PS.
ILLE-ATLANTA and whnexer he eats it fuels: not. #; 'nicrilh .................. ...I...........IOIa.r.......Q.2..
I i : .!"-,'('ri.iuuil oiu ilnn: i i- <'I'r
'ECIAL.Isonville. i : Electric Lights Electric Bells I :I DAYTONA. FLA. Under m." man"tge- :
Steam Heat ii''l'1
tIII:: it ngr.'t"; with:! !him iinnw I TI CI 1 d
and Atlanta. : ANSWERING DESCRIPTION 1 e eve an Kxit.d tahlc :
MAN Il,' If..l:. a I'h'I itini.rt;! : i.f lift. !It::-', : ?\tllt Centrally ; good
\\ithoutJUaths: I I
lie ........ ..!)Op.m.t.3.j r Elegant Rooms with I 1 OF SASCOM CARLETON SEEN: : i1l i:': 4n the trll'i:11! !sun null < nii,itls i .. and h..t <,1\f \" .,-c.: -1.,111: beat: and,. \tJ. SIMPSON, PO.
: ; Me'dt'11.11'le r..ll'
.....- a. m. 1 1'i.url'I i : !ly In tu! tin..I I .ivy/tit| -. . cicctrn: IHIh: : S
. . 7.-15 a. in. I - --- I I. IN VICINITY OF OMEGA LAST Uu.'t! he ham i ntt:limil ill-' \Miht ,, .SISI.a..a..e..c..ce..I.gOKC..S ISIS o... X

I UintJne |IN>IIIIIwin| ,-li. u-uilU: ,' i iI iI
die. N. C I I: MRS.\ I. M/MABBETTE\ \ Proprietor : NIGHT. i I I curs within the hr-t \"i\ir. the nirili' j i1 i- 4..SO.a.tceG/ a tlto"e: .IIee3GeOfCs'sor5j3.3 ""I'.NOI >

y .....')00 a. in I I 1 free fnmi ill il:m-ri'r. .\ftir tint i iI II"i
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....:7 00 a. ins : ;I I UIM l: 'o'l C.1rlt'tull. murilloI' r U nmimiil howini. TIMII n-. I I THE AUSTIN i
; FLORIDA
.. .00 a. m. : Palmetto Avenue _/r* Mr. Foster IM\TON; \ i I fish: fir .. I
1)). Sheriff Guy \\hu al dI'l'' hoviir well iiitnil. with tiMtli. iut< i |'
.. :.................I....I.I.1I.I0fe.i...........'...: imt\ 1 Sudaaft' 1'- { fins with the turtle i OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA FLORIDA : I Y YI
1 In'tlr.nndIegahtN'I 1 :-lrll"I'! at Espanola: : 1
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/N1'1l..). H..Vomiminknlt IK,('ii. is still at large and ;is being: from : .'n of .ufI..k 1Iln i! i' GV'. SWAN, Proj'rittor. gl I r
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:TTIT.Jacksonville Fla.Ga. j.i SCHMIDT'S HOTELHenry : I in all direitioiib: from Espano'a: ''slidllnt' ,'mliii! _' '!.'M'iinrmi' illlj'I'.i..U: \' -tni" _. .I.*...N............. ...........*..*...5555*N5.99Q99999999m99999999999999999999999999Q9999999999999O F-
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the 1
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r are large airy, and aearly all have sunny exposure: a on th.' line between St. Johns aid Pru I'a I
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: admirable. Rates, $3,00 per day and up. Spcciallratts: icrf l nulics t : I ,:
on application.is .I \ohiNia counties? and that hev at< I :. DR. SCHADT'S J An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct : tII i t

.. ... headed: outb Since then i p!<>,h ill- i supervision of the proprietress. Ii
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further has been heard of th' lni iiid I'. I ..'tnully! (t'.ndnrt'1I, 1 I !I'? t't': .. 0I. I 338 South Ridgewood Avenue DAYTONA, FLORIDA. 5Same 1 M T"r
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WANII' r Avenue. :1 has sent out the folioing d ':,yri'p ;[ :Mn\' :?.:.-i.'.r-:::; .;f'. 1.\I :., .mi, .\i' :1'111| j 1
I'I'by r THE MAGNOLIA 113 South Ridgewood turn of Carleton and Sheriff SUIth: 2 1:10.:I i-.. r. ml,,,It $"'V': nml '"'' .1",1', : ,!. : I 1
ROOMS. :11101 I ''Ii'' .
LARGE SUNNY :p Z tor i p..tI: i r. :::1-1."t'"II.' : .
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the place." rurDlc {tbut. FATES: S2.CO s per: : .. for + at'I l' n..t on u. k in 11.1\ ill, than' Willmer The OSBORNE I I '...
: Fresh! milk, vegetables and fruit( on I t b' ''n ak d to keep d&t''akh 3:
[ lighted i day and up; $12.00 per week and.:up. :i l lt.ut1"mitt.: *.. clean shaven, r.th.rI i 5: IK \DR.\', t O Mill. G.-''J.Tr'SCHADT.,.T t. N, w "orkPi : \\' .1:1: : \0': If "I' .., A. OSRORNr Prop.

passengers r 4 4Jf.tl llIot' light blue < rcr.y .... .. , i I. ...1 l nr.I, Rooms Only Modern Convtnien 'c'i x
Proprietress. I pal or t-:< es \ n.:: r m i-: 'nt will" Com'ortable! 1 Roam"
k Mr. Foster MRS. CELESTE HINKS 1 1I I IN. x':11.:1.; .111 ll' -V;;' t.,1.h, '. .' . T.tHe 50... 7Si and *!.00 day '
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I .v "n.1I, ,. I' : 'Palmetto'Ave Fla.
d.lrk It.- 312 Daytona
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1i I ... .. .' *. H, K. ROGERS. 211 North Beach St j
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American Always .
Plan open : i
I f Renovat-d and Enlarged Good:Service : . 'I! M.. 1 1',01", l! In, i !i't:i\ !r. :uul'la,, ., 'I to.' I," 'I"r-..,"1''.,.,,I_". VItlUn.I,,I_,,,,. I:J FI..!,::'I F-.I:I \- N, H}H I It.l I I. ': : i :: : . : : . :. i ii 4y .
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--- FORGOT THE KEY. I )RMOND-ONtTHE-HALlF .x. ((' I

ii; 1 AWz' i'J Three Financiers and DaughterOf I --J

E Then the Locksmith Showed Him How \OXD Is 5 milesofDaytona I Dignified F

m \ "f'i- ,.:f: yONA SAc to Open the Door. One Caught by the Camera '.'; Sense
Keen
... ,\ "d on the west DriTeSfnitij
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started
When Mr. and Mrs. Eastend
Ut .... .' the Halifax 3
.. .---=_. _....-._-= out to spend the evening In pursuanceof "ie location \
an engagement they paused on the I .n permits '1 1To STORIES OF S'
front steps long enough for Mrs. E I ":1 :.linage and |
EABREEZE! and DAYTONA to propound the usual query, "Have :: -. sanitation; .
_iII BEACH two enterprising and DAYTONA . ...avatlon Is an- ro.i
CfiAS. ,
F. l
dear?
you got the key, ; Race the Olcfl
progressive towns on the Halifax f! 'ri and Ideal for Ormond The
BEACH "Yes, I guess so," said Mr. E. "Wall si''x ; Run Against j
BURGMANTHE Peninsula, are geographicallyone &, ut.-r homes. Av to
What .
either.
minute. No, I haven't:,
a
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although incorporated as sepa- ,.:.. : ie bridge eon end try a torney-A Calla
PHARMACY tew'
The towns do you think of that? Must have left ,
rate municipalities. parallel ; 'its Ormond with over that new Pit Mirror-An 'Invis
the peninsula north and south It on the dresser." ' ,ruiond Beach. course.! Mare at'h ;
: Club ,
REAL for a distance of from three and one- James F. Dobbin "Well here's a pretty bow-de-do!" "; 9 >. Many fine homes I am house now 11 LID The Impression':
miles and extend east ProprietorDAYTONA E. her consort sav- : : maintained on J Just across ItoPPIIII
ESTATE half to four exclaimed Mrs. as : ;'>f" ire Ic Indian lacks
BEACH the
and west from the surging seas of ) agely but fruitlessly rummaged the!:: .......:.. .. 'Ither side of the lit BRl1Tl'ON: IfCoe. ', ,; mo
t- MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything Usually pockets. "How are we going to get !Into I I..r.most of them ..BoG,., humor-"that
tide water Carried In a First American qua|
River, the beautiful -urrounded by subtropical all
Glass Drug Store get It?
FOR stream that sets them apart from I flora and titing and the sp
k first tried the lower windows,
Daytona with which they have close Our Prescription Com-, Hubby .. shrubbery! ,beside GALLON :- many re
If locked. pression
Department
find them nil carefully
SEABREEZEusoKiA
to
of three and I
communion by means plete In every ., thrifty orange OR WRITE TO ; >rcontributedhIli
bridges, as well as a half-hour ferry Respect Neighbors awoke to the situation and '' nth-r. citrus trait Indian
BOUSE semce. 'Phone 192BRANCH began to be helpful. '-17' trees. MACO iexcluslvenes
fleas]; 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are "Get a :Sadder," said one. rd Ormond has many t : his
essentially summer and winter re- "Get a jimmy," said another. ,UractiODSexcel- dignity of manner
THORNTONORMO
sorts and are making hundreds of "Get an aeroplane." said a third. .nt automoblllng i' Nevertheless an
new friends every year among those I Various other expedients, ranging :ood fishing, safe
SON T AG for nIs
who desire to escape the discomforting I & roaring and many DIF him, among
from derri ks to dynamite were sUg-
extremes of heat and cold, and tieasant d fires.At IN the sense of hu
IN'ifSTMENT' their hotels and boarding housesare NICHOLSONFEED gested. Finally one neighbor; broughta ; Ormond Beach INTERESTED ANT WAT spontaneous and k
ladder which wnu1lt t reach: the .
patron- located the large
now receiving splendid AND LIVERY .I IN PROPERTY IS Years ago I wa
COMPANYDesirable age from the most discriminatingclass STABLE second story Tifndow! by sic: feet. It. Kotel Ormond ands ORMOND OR group of children
of tourists. was R'lgsested': ; that the fire department lesser sister, the ORMOND BEACH were on the
The itself, with its marvelous llej.: >t.1t'd. Iretton Inn. The They
ocean All Orders Given summoned. He Will Give TOM school, and <"
beach, hard as macadam and Prompt Atuntlon By this time the oiigiigoiiieut; : bud to t.j4f .rmer occupies a Business PromptAttention tion
floor is the greatest attraction '1M .osltlon overlook- lay a swamp ai
,
Locations iaany smooth as a Careful Drivers be called off and the remarks Mrs. R
part of although earth, air and sky Familiar with Roads was making: to the ft'IIIII''lIntll1! Pllt __ iS the Halifax,and wide, and stralgl,::
seem to have entered into a combination h" latter has as Its were required to
SeabreezeOffices to enhance its every charm. of the assemblage; will tint hero be re I mtlook the magnl- "It Is too bad,'
The beach is the famous automobilerace E. A. BRANCH corded. As a last resort a Io'ksmitli Ij j 'ant beach and the J AS. CAR'NIUl i not go aroun
world's and Mr. I II.: departed in you
suggested
course: where every Real Estate Agea was ; ; 1- road Atlantic. will be wet,
feet
: Evansvllle, straightaway record has been made, Beach Cotta ges sear< h of ont't tin end: of an hour Beside the breed, ORMOND, TLA. I comfortable and ]J J"OhM
Bealireeze Indiana,Florida and and all these records it continues to a /specialty he relumed with a stolid looking herman ; aiooth beach there Manufacturer ]
cried
hold without rivalr-. bearing: an a"ifulf: tools. ) iv many drives for Pure HomeMa4&GUA a
The beach has a width of 300 to "Vi.<.h tour?" b" iminirc.l."Ti.l' . k k $ :rrlag s and automobiles years her dark
500 feet and can be used from two I .. V aronnd Or- V JEllY merriment, "we T
L. IBURDICKCONTRACTOR: SEIDEN'S I <.n v.-id! :\IJ" H. ar-l for .
hours after until two hours before mond-.drtvestoand "
I bridge.
zr. MARMALADES
goodness satte'dnu'I! Jimmy it nor dj'namite AND
high tide, thus giving; an average of DAYTONA BEACH I urough !groves of TROPICAL They all laugh
BUILDER eight hours for automobil- it tinlev you Irate I'>! I olden. oranges; PRESERVES
or
aid seven Goods, Shoes, could it mean? I
Dry "
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Oottages a Specialty of each day. "Dot's all rlsrli: 1. :jrriuiNHl tli" uo.kman. _<> I
ing some part : Stmaa -' ; Estln.ates furnished Seabreeze and Daytona Beach each Men's WearAcross Correct Their be extended! his hard and. rc : Ri ffi/iY"M RICANPAESSASSW) > ;;M%. j !i-.U 1 forests to Spanh FtLIDI11Orda-1 was no bridge t(
AllWork. Guar. have a permanent population of approximately tried the km-b. It turn".!. Tlu' ,'atpJ! .-. ruins; drives to mo..y A"'".. ATI them merry to sej
from Pan
anteed.Seaireere -American Ex.
l ,Florida 15CO. Sanitary ordi- The toW !llde InnContractor had: not rnuir'it.; The door! swung: 'Il, ancient Cause- poiltlon-Bcffalo! 'I heard them lai
nances are strictly enforced, streets open. He turm-d and ;gave the! assemblage I w.17 built by slaves west India JIJIOoII.tlonCharlP.lton: as they went thr
and sidewalks are well kept, and ; an i\prexNj\e; pU'iu-e.: IIIIEE financiers are here shown engaged In an earnest confab. They I 'jf planters of long Louisiana PnrcnaM mud.ttf'rward
new streets arc being opened as fast I stands for tremendous things In '40, and drives to EJP081t10I1.St.Louli: In the rema
V.C.GRANTPLUMBER A. V VAfiDEVORD And now when! Mr and Mrs. E. are J. l'ierpontlorgan, whose name mor
as the increasing: population de T the globe Theodore P. th plantations of that tlin
leave tb"lr liM'e'! home of :in evonlng; the business and financial world all over ; vlous to
mands. Besides hotels and boarding for hP'HIout Interborough Rapid Transit company, and no-pltokle settlers, appropriated fl,2<
l lk his
some neighbor; I* Tri to : Shonts, the president of the whose: places are re-
WORK
Water, steam and houses there is ample cottage acco- MASON of window and kindly Inquire. the board of directors of the Interborough. Mr. over this swami
of
Gas Fitting or All KindsConcrete : n August Bet mont, chairman pete: with the Inter- MOUNDGRO1ORANGES\
modation for all winter visitors in in the subway and elevated had vans!
Curbings "Have von !rot the key? -Pittsburg Shonts and Mr. Belmont are the controlling spirits -t of Southern money
PlIonelM-2B both towns. hidowulks. Gazette-Times. railroads of New York city Joint transit! companies: which carry somethinglike fruits and flowers. pocket and the a
DAYTON A BKAOII All the attractiveness of Seabreeze DAYTONA BEACHFITZGERALD dally. Mr. Morgan is shown at the left Mr. Shonts One of the most Interesting One evening I
FLORIDAPINEHURST 2.000.000 passengers
applies to Daytona Beach, the two His Mar directly In front of him, while Mr. Helmont Is In the background with his of these andGrapefruit brave making h
towns being so similarly situated. hand, with which he Is emphasizing some plantations is at the the prairies of
Shonts' -
f.imnus Trenchplaywright. Mr.
Edmond Kost.md.: : the face partially hidden by headwaters of the
The development of Daytona Beach the daughter lIe was dressed!'
the hero of an The other picture Is of Miss Anne Morgan
;MIS "! < remark he Is making. Halifax and known
has been fully as phenominal as its charitable and benevolent Best Qrovntrove at his side dan
.Peninsula: & imuslng; ejiN north and each fit '
Drive sister on the year on Angn. Manifestly he u
Beach OATES In the iinmiry :M. I Hn and was work and she takes an active part In many plans for the improvement Ii and of the finest tine Automobile
The
Dartona substantial
is
there a growth. of Paul Morton, the the Road 10( Mlle This I eli'Mi'd' ha
I Modern Convenience retjuested to i-oiiipany)' him to a riiai- of the poor. The photographs were made at the funeral oxn.je groves on
sand dunes have been leveled North of
Ratesreasonable. great friend'slewborn who died suddenly a short time Tit Coast of Florid dress and eager:
LAWYERSDaytona
tIe in order to register the of the Equitable Assurance society lOTEIj ORMOXD
: and handsome<< homes have been president t and Is amid very not known him.
the
infant The adjunct of
Mr. W. H. Freeman built for both winter and all-year- : Fla. ago pretty surroundings seed, Knox an-" of in rue. I had f
Proprietor I nalrle. a conscientious little man. booked .
I round occupancy. the infant and then turned to M.Rostand th'Iaundrove* Is on teed J his hopes and Itured I
Ste rchless. Mayonnaise.Melted < Daytona-Saint compac:1 j to stop hliclous .
as "the first witness.Your" Clack: and white walnuts as! well as! I butter may be used in an Augustine road. > as I knew 1
/ ***: *******A**********'AAA"'A"1 lame sir? "Edmond Rostand. hickory nuts contain nitrogen and oil.but emergency Instead of olive oil when "That mirror
; 'Your ,'o'ationInn of letters and I
tIP'- : nember of the Trench academy." no starch II I making mayonnaise. marked ''is to

i 1 Fine Job J b Printing ] 'Veryell.." replied the official; "you Earthquakes. Perfumed. Finely cx- Prairie I'lowcr t<
Gazette News Office. J have to sign; your name. Can you Earthquake snooks travel as a general "Should a man: use perfumery?" Job Printing ecutcd at she K I is (it not
of about 10,000 trace of gasoline: Is per- moment ami tin
1J: write? If not yuu may make a cross. rule at a pace "Well a this office.
-I- ... "'..M.V..Y..M' ." I I feet per second. missible nowadaj: : s."-Exchange. eye: lie replhvi"No.
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Ed-I i iV.V.YiViWrtViViY NNiW iiNNNmiN vrwrr surdity.This certainly

Examples of S

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During:: the trial!

Judge Dundy tl




Valuable City Lots on Ridgewood Avenue government Ing dlan chief ou One dy of is.greatly plying day the not he late at;a atto pan asuddeuty per m It




edlIt his han

smile iiur.ugscarreMi ; :
fa>'" In'

neys say am
can use! j knife. .
do thur (ph,.
son I :nu nit a''!

knives no f..rican ,
u c 'ii.-iii. f{

he \\an-- (II i iready
These Are BargainsWE ." \\ <, allwe

w(>rflult't(
"That t H I wi I

with the am on,
the lieefstonk "

The first pu

Bear ever machurch


i own lots on the west side of Ridge- was ed !variouslas pleading. In flit f"


the men. the A

wood Avenue each 109x400 feet. business was pleading men,ii r

"I appeal) to ym

These lots are cleared and make one of and thing;itaticm ban) to V.

it Is df1lltT I]


the prettiest building sites in Daytona.For La went riosche worthy the} sent wldered .,


are patient V

a quick sale we are making a price This hard to was l/.- don S') .

that the audleiSfcmdlng

S : of $1750 for either one or $3200 for both. stood silent; Ito a i;

I mistake be ha
beautiful Oma

ward and) sal'
has made n mi


I H $1750 and $3200 chiefs Proper with them The Standlnt referrln Chlrag-render thdiich.!



Upright Bruit

Plained to themth

great gnr
"What dopes

his fare ti !:m


: Conrad RealtyTitle & Insurance COt with In his nam lariatPresbytert it>::,-,len. aTpiSeopa


rt' I , church in r

good mon ()rep

CONRAD BLOCK, PHONE 128 call mematter W'\f

fo'l < tick, ,t. '" \I'i i -'" ''h it'., win u |irt">- nt, d II.. 11-0 i "' "i !'! 0 ,> ,' ''.. I" "" ', '" ',, ,, " *ui a Tfe.
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WTOFTKEI1IAN GROTESQUE NAMES. nnd and rosary everybody the his Innkeeper knife. bls'I t -'I worn and when completely finished I

more costly. It is partly for this
and various the articles attached Piece'of Ii j
so were i
Burdens
That Innocent English Ch'J j ason that we find girdles bequeathed A Splendid
OND.O&TBE.BALIFAX I dren Had to Bear. to It that the flippant began; to I I : precious heirlooms and as valuable ,
In England as In other countries poke fun. In ail old play there is men
esents to the
Dignified Red Man Has a tion of n merchant who had hanging; j keep giver's memory
> ft mUesDa7tona m e thousands of people go through; lire green after death They were not infrequently -
[ Sense of Humor cherishing a grudge against their parents at his girdle a pouch, a spectacle: case of great intrinsic value. i Property i
im the mat Drive :. Keen for giving them absurd or iiuoi'-I I a "nmniard. a (pen and inkhorn and v
'
(the Halifax gruous names. It was most natun':,' .. a ndkercber.! : with many other
'1108 location I trinkets besides of which a merry I W
.n. permits StraightOrmond OF STANDING BEAR. that a demure and pretty girl in a said. "It was like a hali- When the Cat Was Sacred.In .
companion
J. \STORIES north suburb should feel resentful 128x220 i feet Cor. Ridgewood and |ii
.linage and !S I erdasher's shop of small ware:: Iu the middle ages brute animalsformed : I ,
; TO ,l't when she had to answer to the mine .
.; | sanitation; as prominent a part in the
itlon 18 IUd Was of Busybody given hi honor of tie another early play a lady says to her fe-I Loomis Avenues. ?
"The Race the Old Chief Willing and votional ceremonies of the time I
of maid: Ghe me my girdle see! i gS
winner fifteen
Ideal for a rue years lief ore.
: A .'to Run Against a Government At- ,, that all the furniture be at It. Look they had in the old religion of Lgvpt
omes. I Among; the names registered at bomfrset The cat Aelurus embalmed after I .
Gallant Brave and HisMirrorAn knifeto was
that the the
pinchers penknife
,
|ridge eon- and trya fpWdrtT8s torneyA : douse are Airs and Orates: ami death and lJuriin the of
city
mond with onr that : Invisible Bridge. close letters with the bodkin the
newcourse. I nUlII"-1
Beach.flee Music at roe Nun Nicer whicb"t.re tnnneentlyborne ear picker and the scale be in thecase' tis because: according to i oI EDMONDSON & DONNELLY | I
j
homes Club house 11 a. : Tbe Impression! prevails ,widely] that by two little girls( who found Diana I5uba tK the chief deity of the
I am now stoppinc ,). ,, Girdles were in some respectslike !: I
latalned on Just Hero,** th I lacks the wnlftg( sense of them most embarrassing; lu after years. place, was fOaM to have transformed
#
ilde of the ufo BRbTTON!: ijJSf the Indian"that most characteristic' oJ The appalling; name of Wellington the chatelaines cf more modern herself into a cat when the gods fled .NH.Ne.N..........Ns.N..M....O.N..Nr.N..M.
iu
i' times but they differed therefrom
of them Cot:.Bost" humor "'ol ('lpy ttobtrts was borne bj into -- -- -
ast :a rcrjptIF -
lea by tub- \..ill American qualities. To the creating young man who. In disposition and ape being,; more useful more coinurehen- I II ......................t.a. 1.;f.0.101 .;..../000/' ...
and and the spreading: of this h iinItcresslon I. .
flora was anything but militant :
pearance.
r.beildeiorange OALL ON many recognizable traits cf and as little likely to win fame on I The HANDPROPERTY : i : Do you want to buy or : i

| and OR WRITE TO : character have indisputably: the battlefield his :
Indian as prt. : rent property in
trait ;
tram
.':; contributed-his ancestral pride, his thur Wellesley ; : i i j
MACONORMOND l.lec'ssorsr'l
d has many \'r'ejclusKeness, his gravity c'f face and Cox and Napoleon the it's a New Book : : Daytona? :
. .
AI-excelItomoblllng- t..""dignity of manner In public.Nevertheless However even these! : : it's Souvenir Novelty, ,
THORNTON ,t ': an jnjusticg! I is c! bing safe it's something! in Stationery and Engraving: and the best t
and manydrives. !: b1 n. toe among no primitive peoples preferred to Roger the Ass Anna (sic) i I : :
:' keener Domini Davies and Boadicea Basher. I. .
t sense of humor or more
s
the
( IF IN ANY J Is $7,500 bays one of the best residence -
and Beach' WAY ; spontaneous and kindly. To parents of large; families the advent : Extending from : I I
INTERESTED : Ave. Completely :
: Ridgewood -
the large IN PROPERTY IN r\\,: YeArs ago I was conversing with a of another child is not always CALL ON OR WRITETheH.&W.B.DREWCO. I. : River to Ocean : on and located
lond and ORMOND OR ih? poop' of children of the Omaha tribe welcome but it is scarcely kind to I : furnished on :
; 'I : S .
liter, the ORMOND BE!:A.OH fl fey were on their way to a rtKenatlon make the unexpected: child bear a token ; corner lot Call on .
Inn. Theoocaplt"1 He Will Give Your tK school and directly in their II:1t.h: of disapproval! It must be rather i : FOR SALE OR RENT : I.r r

| a Business Prompt (: a swamp an eighth of a mile I I terrible to po through life, for I M. L.
jay Waggoner :
OTerlookaUfax.aad- U ::1 :
eXIlfl.\\
AttentionJAYCARNEll.
{ i wide, and straight through this they pie as Not Ranted Junes :
r has as UsI ff:.irere required to wade twl 1 lee; .1 day. 1'other, Only Fancyilllam Brown or I : BINGUAM S T"O" IPSON !, t-. Office People's State Bank -.

I the magnl- ;'*It Is too bad," I remarked. "Can I even as Last! of 'Em Harptr, or Still 45-49 W. Bay St., JacksonvilleAND S' Ir.L.UO
ach and the J g+3rox>n not go around the swamp: ? Your Another Hewitt And yet these are .....................taIOL000sisi00000010000SIOti&wiiwTwi

!lantlc. .*.' feet will be wet and you will be uncomfortable i all names which the foolish capriceof I !
| each there Manufacturer .... WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND $(
ORDER
)
!
of YOUR
y -
1 drives for Pore Home-Made "Oh,** cried a girl of about twelve children -- I ,

and antoI g? jean her dark eyes dancing with I SATISFACTORILY.We ( .
I around OrIrlrestoand- GUAVA JEW : merriment, **we walk] over the $1,_00bridge. 1 OLD TIME GIRDLES.They AMAStocks
"
MARMALADES 1 .
AND
groves oforanges TROPICAL They all laughed at this. What andBonds

( ; PRESERVES could It mean? I saw no bridge; there Were Wear In Indispensable the Middle Ages.In Articles. of are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin I I

f rough trop- Special Attention to '''I'll no bridge to be ,seen.. It made
i.to Span- Family OrdersIOBUT :them merry to see me mystified andJ'neard the middle ages at the girdle were China and Orangewood, New and I
AWABM
ayPanAmerican | odds and
*; cr1vesto i hung the thousand and one
.
ElttonBeCato-- them laughing and chatting
"ant Cause- I ends needed and utilized In everyday Exclusive Novelties.
lit by slaves v.cit India Expo.tlonCharley I. : :"as they went through the water and
: affairs. The scrivener had hU inkborn
..
Afterward I discovered' the humor
of long Bind.
ers Louisiana Purchav, and pen attached to It. the scholar hisbook
|i drives to ExposIUon.8t.Lc.uuIOUND6ROVE In the remark. Some years pre- or books the monk his crucifix !
tatlons of .thus to that time the government had i I

l9 settlers appropriated $1,200) to build: a bridge;: : ___
I laces are Nth over this swamp, but somehow the' We offer subject to prior sale and
the Interttouthern-

: {!d flowers. ORANGES I ': money pocket and had the vanished work was Into not somebody's done. : Automobile advance the following Stocks

I the most In- . One evening I saw a gallant young Aeroplane vs.

of theseIons and brave making his wny swiftly over I and Bonds, complete descriptionof
Is at the the prairies of the OmaLa r8t'r\'E'
er. of the GrapefruitBest dressed In all his finery and T
He was which will be furnished on
and known BeachAVIATOR ap-
Grown >4t his side dangled a j small mirror. On Famous Daytona
|dgrove. It Grove on Ht.Augo ''Manifestly he was an ardent: lo\<'r. :
the finest tine Automobile plication. : Ti
Irovesonthe Rand lU Mile This I 'Inn'd! have Eurmlsp.1 from his
Mt of Florl- North of dress .and eager haste: ovtli! if I hal,

i amid veryjirroundlngs IIOTEL ORMONDBeed I not known 111m.s he was a fiiendof :" f '

Knox an-* mine, I had Inside I !' Information of I i iI

rove Is ontonsSaint, Beed Compan-l lBULOW hIs hopes and pun!'lises: ; also! ; I von i
| tured to stop him for a moment pro- : '
a road. I I Po omcePrinting _lens as I knew him time to l>e. I i :

"That mirror at your side" I remarked I ".'. I ss'
I "is to givo opportunity for i .' .r a,
Finely ex.nue Prairie I'lowir to discover how lovely I .t. I st

P ecuted at she I Is, Is It not He considered.] a : 2mii 527,000 a,

moment and then with a twinkling

this office. eye, he replied"Xo. : I Daytona, Florida, High School ; ___
: : ;
;
Mat'l e to she will talk: t
much to me, and then I will look into fir 5s, dated April 1, 1909, due .;,.

my mirror to !see how tired I lam" I I April 1, 1929. Price $103.05

This certainly: was the humor. of ab- ,I L; d / and interest yielding 4 3-4 per
Burdity.
: Examples of Standing; Hoar's humor i l cent. Interest April 1.

I could give almost! without number : '.'.,.. ,..;.....''.. ;
.: . .
During the trial of his case: beforeJudge . '........,,. : $900
Dandy the contention of the <:\.;:, :. . ..... ;5 ..

government attorney was t;lat an Indian . ..,' ., : Florida East Coast Automobile
is.not a >cr on within the meanlag \ ' first
j " ;., :, '' Association, mortgage
of the Ijjw: This puzzled the old ', f II
bonds 6s. Price $100 and
chief greatly It also ninuxiHl him. .... ,
One day at my taMe he was!' %igor; interest, yielding 6 per cent. ;; ..J.JI

ousjy plying] = a knife and fork when I Dated July 1, 1904, due on or : : i:
suddenly] he IIIUMHI iu.his eating; lIft- ; II '
before 1 1924. Interest
July :;
ed up his: hinds and, a humorous .
1. a:;. \ ;
smile lighting;: up his imole storm' ;: July a Ib. I I
scarred fate he remarked: *lhe :ati<>r- r

neys say I am not a IH'rM>n, Hut I r S2.000 :; 11

tin use! a knife and fork Does a 'bear Tali" :
Florida Publishing Company, :
do that If he the attorney I is: a l ier- :: .

son I am one also!' Ne Ixrfh eat With J. A. McCrKDY" IN = 6s, dated January 2, 1893, due :; ,

knives and forks Indeed, I think I January, 1913. Price $100 ..:
can them faster than no <'an If' '
use
he wants to. rate: mo citing I ::1m' : =e and interest yielding 6 per cent. s:
'
ready. WP all laughed; nt'''hi-: When Daring Exhibitions in the Air ; r Interest July 1 and January 1. ss; ', I I Icii.

we were quiet Standing;; )Hear! added I 'II

That K: I will run an citing race I. I I S240 I I .
Kith the attorney if! he will pay for r :
I
the beefsteak I I Stock of East Florida Telephone :; I
The first public address standing of Florida}
Held in the State .
Ever
Bear ever made was given In mv i The Biggest Aeroplane Event Company at par. '\ >

church In the course tf it while- he t Avill be the Exhibitions at '
=
was pleading: for assistance!' he addressed 1 $500 I II

various classes of in-op'e presentthe .
men the women the clergy; the Peninsula Bridge Stock at 75. .. -

business men, the childrenhen he I DAYTONA MARCH 28 29 30A ;: ,I

was pleading with the women he said: I I S2.500 i!I

*"I appeal to you because you are brave : I 1 11\\ s 1
and patient. Whenever you hive :ln}"- I !
:; Port Tampa 5 per cent. semi-annual -= II
thing hard to do you never rest: until I IIt.Is'done. : t tI
I
." grllantenti- the flights to include a race<< on lip beach Water Works bonds 30 years. Par. i,
This was n ; total of five flights will be made in three days, 'I
ment worthy of n chief Hut Frank '. automobile<< that can be secured and a flight *t high altitude over the Halifax I :: '
fastest ai
with time :; $25,000
La Flesche. who was lnterrreting, !I

dered the sentence thus: 41ou .. ren'I''I' river and the city of Daytona and Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. err I Pensacola Improvement bonds 30'I'

are patient When there ::8 am the Hotel Men's Association and the Day- : r :
of ,
hard to be done we men let you do It. These flights are to be given under the auspices ; : years 4 1-2 per cent.. Par. :: 9 t 4 ,.

This' was so true to Indian custom I tona Board of Trade and special arrangements have been made to accommodate the crowds 'sir"" .r. t' ? I ,,

that the audience ]laughed; : :: $50,000 :.: j j

Standing Hear was llUzz C'l1. Vs ht' cM I _
Ucita Investment Co 6 per cent. I 11
Stood silent a moment wondering what TO SEE THE EVENTS
the ]SO CHARGE 12 to S96. K i +
mistake he had made Bright;: Eyes I bonds years run. I '3

Beautiful Omaha maiden stepped' forward I Winter Resort in the. World.
and said "My brother' Frank I A Splendid Chance to See Daytona The Prettiest I r:

has made a mistake In Interpreting;; the


chiefs proper The Chicago rendering thought! ". Then] 'sl took e gave liberties, the! I., I!..................................................................;.:;.........: sK; '_;tsit' _

papers f
with Standing Bear's name: one of Ii The New Excursion Steamer .. l p
IQ r
them referring to him constantly as SOUTHLAND .
Upright Urn In. When this was oxPl I i TO THE PICTURESQUE TOMOKA CABIN /- .i4 r

mcd to the chief to.* the mttl'r1r1th ,

"What great does good: it nature matter" he remarked: : DAILY I EXCURSIONS.I CONRAD-OATES REALTY TITLE

_
his face: l'l'amlng.uI:1m:1l1 t1t..1 up Ii L _._ __ ,
I il' for 1.:1.::. big I I'' i :.tl! 1111'11 w.th ,I
nd t- :
i" t
with names I nm like a rom : BUIld :O'r\: 'i ii'' on i 1 it ird c'Iaratr I sea
!In his lariat: : Father lI:niiilti'Ti.' the I. aud E.rip!lIIt 1 glOat.. : :c.r' .I Llt'I \t,":int the l'"I IN< .pl pillar Tn.... d f SI 00 the Round Trip: rr si7, fi { '

PresbyterLan rails: me elder The II : \11- : + Co! \ t i b rut SCHEDULE n mtl AND INSURANCE CO. I IN C. t '' f a Fy

COe F Eplscopallin. : lergynnn calls tie wrrd DAILY TIME LiP.nin.ula ltrii'!:.f; '. -. "j I vi, 1/' '."tin' a i, f ;r

I en. .'or I am an ofllcer in tin' little I : I. I'''rime'-for, ; !:,' Dork. Dartonagift. s. m.. Leaves': Ormond Brill iu!: ', < >In""i.feturn r i.,!'. a. ;;.j.1 [u I, .
church whefe] lath th ''-p aa; iin. <
In '
our village : f
good men 11r:1ch.1111 notll(' pal>er'scall I.I : Lcareace: : C er teal Urid.f: ;- l>a%tona to Pr1D e George: _hock_, layton3. 5:30 p. m _ ___n_ :.III CONRAD BLOCK PHONE 128 .,,, '

me'-what I Is it? Yes, Hruia X I) ---. -- - f Itti('. I'hon.' 1H.; .",! SEABREEZE, FLA. : ',. !hl 4g
Matter. The in Omaha says IUn : BURGMAN Owner L., ,i.l n.'" I'non e 1BlIt"k; J'IJIIIIIJII.IIJIIJIIJJJIIIJIIIIIJIIIIIJllllllll'> .l I
Judge CHAS. F. ..................4 7 v r .v tVVii. . J WW >> > 1
a person. and that: satNCes: lU-" .................................... I Iis 'MJ r> VV >y
Southern Workman :....... ............. 1 + ;t I

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,gI: JOHNSON New ShIpment Fishing Tackle just received. WE4T PHONE F.sn CRSTn.U.142-2 RINGS.nRIOGE . + .

GENE BETTER SEE IT BEFORE BUYING.

Page Elgh: .. 4 THE
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1. il I I II BARNES i CORSETU 1 4- variablw

i IF: IT IS ANYTHING IN Cranberries :. THE NOVELTY MAN :. I i i ... + + +

I und Hchool"Muppllfi.\ I

i I i .. T Mulls Phonographs>iw! Stationary rttrrCrwk; W..win4, .-r:>'. C.ln.w Machine'! !s... I 4 I I Thompson's Glove-Fitting Corsets. j jI
Ulotions. 4
LINENS Cranberries .. Cutlery.. Fishing!: Tackle. Toys und S.4 I H. & W. Brassiers. ..fI Sixth Se

.. S a: BARNES : I:,I I Misses Corset Waists and Ribbon Girdle for Bathing J JI


r: that you are looking for come to the Big Store. We : i Cranberries i .: >Will'ourI..RII1P"l1ndP'lIIhr"III1 also frame jour Plctuntt;. ..hltrpt.n.: : I I: You will find complete" line of ladles1. Hathlni: l'\uthl'thOt'I i

: : your Haws" and other Tool and! relutlralaootanythingthnttsoutotwhncl.. I alit fap". AI-o Ladies' and IIe.< t'! Kend)-iuade Dresses! at
5 have just what you want-every kind and price, : : REEDEMONS
In fact, for any want call on r 4

: and our prices are right, too. :. : .. .j I Chas. E. Gardiner Co.
The
SHEPPARD'S GROCERY : BARNES : :,

: : THE NOVELTY MAN : :
Co. !
Peck Hendricks West End of Central Bridge : Fla. I -
The : : ;3)) south Brach "Ntrrrt Daytona ;: .MKioo.NN..............0 4....N
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-- I lOURVHOLE TIME IS I !I Quouse 20,0DETE


Crystal TheatreSPECIAL : i DEVOTEDlTO I. ..

1 Headquarters for :


usementSNEW 1::1! Bicycles I Iil II :-: All etables Kinds of and Fresh Fruit Veg. .:.


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compe.1 I : Poultry and Eggs a
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II With complete shop and : Specialty. i

tent help we can do the most :
II i Phone Orders Promptly Filled. :
satisfactory work.
: SS SU
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I GRAHAM THOMPSON'' I J. W. Ball & Son .


Ililulfi i I DAYTONA SPECIAL .1 Opposite the Yacht Clubo I :. No. 231 North Beach St. 'P.o..55

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\ I THEATRE I ': -, he was" told to go on his wa> q"1 W.M.SHAFFNERReal los SI

II IIIt A- TONIGHT.The joicing.
i I He was rl'POltld by Ilkae; to Estate and

1 i be working at the Morgan I house and SHIPS S SE[|

Life i the deputy sheriff came back to the Fire Insurance
Portrayal
1111111 THURSDAY NIGHT. i Only Vitagraph i After .
II J t:.ty to find: the suspected man. 10!
leaving the home :Mrs McCoroiiok 122 South Beach Street


II 111111 ENGLISH GRAND OPERA CO. "A Tale of Two Cities. I! hurriedly anal husband hurried;! that dressed to the the otficer city cut to across was warn after loss her REGULARTHE


i hit:: Not finding l his! man at the M
AXDLADIES'
Morgan house Mr.: Gore continued his

ORCHESTRA.I j hunt and finally located the preachI I SERIESVERS

I I er on North Ridgewood avenue. lie !I

A CAST PRODUCTION OF NEW Snow EvisiiY IIotruCoL beat :Mrs. McCormick! to husband: by I .

PIETttO MASCAGNTS about 30 yards and succeeded in NAVY
= making the arrest before the warning :,
I I
Cavalleria RusticanaAND I could be given by the suspectedman's CHILDREN'S EYESCannot SWEEP
.
L : and Mrs. J. O. \Vyna left I i wife. ,

AND Tuesday morning aboard the colonel's PREACHER The fire by which the Trout house be too carefully safeguarded.'' / THE 0

cruising boat, the VynnsomeII I was destroyed was started about 4 for they lhave but one pair to laat AND B

Rose of Auvergne. , for a couple of weeks tarpon fishing : o'clock in the morning and the fire a lifetime. If there are indications
at Stuart* ,on hte Indian river. of anything wrong with your child' I IS TO
:; The
;...:um was bounded about 410.:
At Ponce Park they were joined! by I ARRESTEDfOR I eyes bring him or her and I will fit
Prices) 75c and $1.00. blaze made a bright red spot against THEYUNCLE
Ohio, the
A. E .Elevter ,of Columbus, in them with Classes to correct
people
I the western sky and many
who spends the wiater-v that place : trouble. If medical treatment fe necessary
supposing: the blaze was In
and is frequently a companion of I jDayUna. I will tell you so.
hurriedly dressed and
i \Vaycrcss
:' ARSON. i WASIII:
c I expeditors.New i i hastened' toward the negro suburb. Amajority Dr. Neville H. Clark lief Is ov<

'1 Shipment' of fishing .\ of them turned back upon

Your Jewels just received at Gene John&on'6. Helter -: I'. learning .the location of the blaze, Optometrist United ?

Why Have see. It before buying. West end I DISCHARGED BY TOE JUSTICE; but a few went. on to the scene of / war demo:
blaze. The flames had gained Look' for the Sign of the EYE.
the
Central bridge, phone 14''::-_r. til 3-3 border, an
Stolen I i such headway by the time" assistance : -I military I.
.
:
F. II. Swift of Seabreeze, has NOT SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE. arrived there was no possible; I army of ftc
I I
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES for rent by the purchased of F. A. Jewell the yacht chance to save the house and it wacompletely "I The mo
good
have th- se
When we
Come in and &get one before it is too late for we know Elf, as a birthday present to his .I l destroyed. I the Mexlcarmed
BURNING GOODSWe
month or the year. ARREST GROWS OUT OF I GREEN
the hour wh"n the thief cometh. Don't forget the place. '1 i wife. The Elf is a very comfortable ( Mr. Trout had been about ttlplace !I wi'sending '

I not the day nor boat, 37: feet in length and Li l/rr I OF TROUT HOUSE IN HAMMOCK during the day, but the hoiia o
I .
__ I pelU'd: by a 10 horsepower Morr bus: contained no occupants fort: '- I - -::- =-- -- --= aiines of

PEOPLE'S STATE BANK !* Height engine. Ir. Swift \\i\l\ BEYOND WAYCROSS I eral' wt'f'k.Ir.: Trout found the !lOll to t

change the name of the Elf to Xa- LAST NIGHT. I door fastened Monday and took the:\ are carrying a complete not be co'
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. 1 nettle II, his other boat bearing the precaution to lock the door befor I The
I I line of Green Groceries, including
t';a.hl"r.\1.: K.: <'.\UTKK | inline of Nanette in honor of Mn Charged with arson in connectionwith I leaving Monday afternoon. equipped

I"rt'Jh"'ntH.l P.I.J Vic.KI.VX1':-1'rasid>-ntv.U. K. HK:.\ .\V, M. \VAUiiONKIt.. Swift. the burnig of a house belonging ; !! There has been no fire about the, I : ; governuie

premises and there is said to tins t'
to J. F. Trout in the hammock II troops in
- I ul.OST-Betwt'tn Howe's; jewelry 1 1I I
KB been no possible chance for the bl..lze;
bt"'YOllll'aero8' aboutI I ti cko(k Golden Wax Beans events jgovern
==- store antilal'J's: hardware store, I I(to have been fotarted in other wi
P4 I siher belt buckle aboutt Inches I this morning, He,'. Jerdon McCormick nit-
.xz. long. A suitable reward will be paid I was arrested by Deputy Sheriff (Gore I I than by;colored an incendiary.The preacher and hLs w ift' Green Beans jean lute

Mrs.I K.: (I.Heller this toretioon and I lodged in the cityjail. protectedshall }
I by returning suite to f.'
this
il I| have been living in vicinity [ not

so'p LS Palmetto hotel. 8:-11 I The. Reverend "Mr." McCormick,. several years and are well know I CucumbersCauliflower The be

| among the colored people.
field art:
AUTOMOBILE CLUB MEETING I who is of ebony line owns a place

s .. ADJOURNED FOR ONE WEEK.ISecame .i adjoining the Trout ...Iaand K-CU- WHEAT MARKET UP been ord
IL-JL. _' 'T I pies the house with hu wife. It in Tomatoes the sout
iiiiiir I of a I lack of a quorum of ON STRONG CABLESCllit'AGO. that sex
I IUTl.ere said there has been ill feeling Letwee
I : are two tickets to theCr'st.t Remember we keep everything IP members at; the annual meeting of I the colored preacher and Mr. Trout 11archStrt'n:' i i il will) be
theater for oinorrow night ladies' and gent's wearing apparel the Florida Bas Coat Auto'iiobHe Peppers tier, xhal
tor some tune and claim wa lti made Liverpool caused a higher, openiu;
awtiiting Mitt 1 Roberta Hobbs at the at the nee Hue. North Beach St. 37t Association Monday evening thenutting I that the place was set on fire by thepreacher ,a, a .. was declared adjourned for in the wheat market this morimu:
office. --- -
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Dolly -- in a spirit of revenge toward Always Fresh. nightCruisers
\\'. U". Zachry state manager of one week mid the annual stt <.on of I the owner of the adjoining prperty. I May was quoted at $.M ;;.S to $9!IJ! They are
..LOST Carbunkle link cuff buttons the association will IK'I held: at the ,
coma.nith >> .
the Standard Oil After the alauu of fire was Rounded T.-s i'rovisioIs \\p.p a trifle tiII'I': : in ofa'
in Return toO Gene in club house next Monday: eveni:ig.Hargain I : I .
Diytona. '
headquarters at Jacksonville was : this, morning and Mr. Trout wasca'ed I May pork. $I I-;,_; ril->, $!t.-:;,. Ilueland :' ty
Johnson. Reward. 81-2t until TUP u1ay: I
from :Monday < -
Daytona ugh
i !: the it are
to alleged
Scene is platstracks
!. cattle vveiisteailv and s"t oun
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conferring with the local asent. quickile: 2V: acres, I DAYTONACOLD .
of found in the' ; II
a manre
\V.V.. nlugL'wlIo is employed room cottage in city Enquire Ed- r
soft earth leading from the Met'or
at O. S. Iluraeit'd. tailoring stabiish- mondson & Donnelly! or Chas. Ken- BOARD OF TRADE TO MEET : STORAGE CO.
Cur sale, neir Automobile I It
S. Beach cottage wick home over the fence to tin
went, left Sunday for Rorence. ney, Seabre(>ze. GS-tt 1
AT ELKS HALL TOMORROW ,
Club house. \V. M. Shaff- Trout house and back again in tin t.tlS .
C., where be was callinl as a witnessin :R. D. JOHNSON, Mgr,
I a e&i before: the l'ed.'ril court at ner. 82-.t MUCH INTEREST SHOWNIN I twime" dire,'ton.: It is al.:o claitueutluZ : Th- regular mt-etiiir. of tin-!. )L1,,:. < i I"u xa'Naa11

that place.For --- TENNIS TOURNAMENT.; after the alarm of fire had 1 been' tuna board of trade w'l;: I'l'! hiElks II :t L -- C;;
Mrs. G.o. Grant Mason of New' sounded and many people gathent. -. "
: shows ill' : hall tomorrow n'nh': t t'i-: ' :0I.
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Much i.
ujtfi- Icing .
I automobile : the scene rt'adto do .
. sile or exchange for York Is in the city from Palm on everythingjH 00
the tennis touiiiiiment now on at i i ex'tinguhdl fla.mt. sion bit';.im been po.4 ;i. d! : :,
pi .
: sibl'to i
help the
the yacht Austin. D. F. Rando'ph Beach for a visit; with Mi* Van N u t
the Hotel esplad and sonu very J last night on account f th I'.l: Don't You ,
818233. Duren and Mrs.I C. D. Sfaouse at : and save the propel"tkCorrn: id .1 II
interestinj: matl'hthL.t' been played 'did how, motto! club mot:k T : .. : ... tit ;iis 1 ,
their< home on South Ridgenood avenue. not up at a.l. reiua.nincomeulfd a isur
C. .'. Theus and J-::. 0.returned Ttrtt:its.iu off since the tournament start d ..thin his own home, although "hool. g"\.t.-al: IlIot.l..4": pf :n.o:: : ::"
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:Monday from :Miami, and Monday meriting. Monday afternoonand ihs l; place the ''alln'; :an to litbro'iulit:: b ':!n: :::1'.1 '
: was near st ".11'' r.t
durra}; the l1:1)Jr.: Theus receiveda I I Tuesday for 'iw>ou the following to the burning house and he woilnaturally < !Iu.l i id. ,i u1 tl i. .-- ii.. .11I : : Dare Go Iniii.

!lalt'um from hU brother J. C.\\ Fifty thousandotes in the Ga- games'I"t" played: Mr.t Donnelly be exprf-eted to b..- tinl 1t.l: ; tnn
Ga., xtatiiig Zftte-News Great Popularity Contest I ht.'atlr.: St-1'.ers.! t-II Oil ; :M. I*. Corn-1 I .
Theat :Moult rw. i I one to observe the fire. ...................... c
to be siren Uiis week to .
that their mother'b condition remained i are away wall beat A. II. I ane. tIt;: ; Mr. i The warrant, for the av--: lit': \Ie\> ,. to II.a .
about the !il1ne.Ir.\ Theus:: the contestant securing; the mo t. Armstrong beat 1-:. Line C-0; too; MiasMit'rady I (".tutu'; the 1 r
r9' 1 : on charge of aiv.! I totes during the week ending March Mie.E.. II. hiker 0-G
was Called] to Moultrie lost Saturday bri} i ; out by Mr. Trout Ts I by the ilne*R' of his mother. I I.s yth. Uo sure and subscribe and help ti6.3: ; Miss; McC'onnell beat Miss htrt>noon anti placed in the handsDeputy "I Home Sites
your favorite to secure a good leadin /
I :MeCrady, G-0 t-l.: I Sheriff Gore, who went: i ithe It I
i \.cn passenger: car to let and the race for the $ir.O: piano which t'I.. I
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Uetecte: 1 home of the preacher tot' -\t ; : :
I automobiles stored: at reasonable is offered as the grand prize in the It was at n 1'ourth, of July raeotinc i the paper.McCormick's. I illlil i,i lnt''rtnr bit for.. .I!.
rates SARATOGA INN GARAGE. ('()ntl'st. .'-'-tI little The William <'tii|>. half nitli. Ul,w Hitti'u : BATHINGWithout
in a city. mayor I! .
bearing lu-Ul: b .
11:. tf I ___ _____ and at dignified "length read wa 0 i I.rnla. on tilnliiHiilft! !I': 1l i\. I
phone 1---------- Smith. rose : fore Judge Titus this afternoon "" ,. I
situ l \Jr-| '- I" |Rug I i.;". or \1. xS .
-- the Declaration of Indoi' 'iulencx'. i ,, Ify
while the testimony brought out w.ohere : :\1. l'.l.t.H- t'l! |p" II. F
XIrcteon alligators, captured 1:1 There was a 1r.I\1o.t': ; then from one
1 tho vicinity of Mound Grove, weredelivirtd When of the mayor's old s'< houlniates came i as stated the court stated Ll.. 1 I Toand
aftenioon burden of proof was on the- v.1.. IT WILL PAY YOU TO IN- a
to J.V.. Ho th Saturday the loud vhNper: ill never writ that I I
few inch ain't l'nl.ub"ew York alit! he thought McCormick WI': t. VESTIGATE.
He smart
the lar,e>t bt ing a : :
length .1. Times t-tl.-d: C(. th- l'l'II'! f.;:', t.f ti- .i j J.'I'\ . .... .... a]
t (':s short t>f eight; f.'tt in ... .... ........
4 + F tinparkage I I GuardOnly line o;
{ usual quite a crowd collected on Thirsty : Life

along the ricer to watch : I Unapproachable.Tall ..0.. ................. ..... .................,........ we h.j
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frou tutl'l1tYour father! f is touchy, ---I.
tlio cikkxiding of the saurians : isn't!\ he: :Short 'Student NO. That's: : eo you v\|
tho boots: in which they werebrought :; Stop at
I the tr' nbk. You can't tou>'h him at Cement :: 50 Cents
i down the ri\er. I i : I Walks HANtit
j i YOUNG'SSodaFountain i -
( .* II'\;. S. M. Ryan formerly of the nJ1.55hiO.nOOe buys a furnished Beach .

I +G' to Sbeij Ipm&tra'. Boat.. \A drug now tore located with next a door full I, I : lot 50 street and by about bath residence;290 modern(eel.; 8 rooms Ad-improvements |. A. Vandevord Daytona Beach I THE FOSTER CO. ht

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