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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 8, 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: VID00235
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..... ,." .; ': THE. WEATHER, IN ORIDA. : THE DAYTONA DAilY NEWS : Today.LOW TICE. .;.ON. . THE. . .BEACH'2T. T ..
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6 pjIfTOM 1S Published Every Evening Except Sunday During Dcctmbtr. Jmnary. February and March at the Prettiest \f inter Resort is Florida.

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>iers.n Girdle for BathingBathing 't Ii Sixth Season! -No. 83 DAYTONA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1911 15 Cents per Week (I N I_

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.ttdymade Dresses at I H. WRIGHT :: :: DQ. BOdItiti095 80SPUl( gad lnIIUM. RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies, Stationery and Havana Smokers I
R Books JJ
First Avenue.Dayton Fla. PRICES Only first quality well cored tobacco
PaintingPaper Twenty-six Innr. .. airy room, newly aced.allhoepttalconvenlences. .
rdiner Co. WALLACES'W. Hanging furnished and fitted throughout with Itt po*ttion to Treat You Right. GEO. H. CLARK
1 Thorough Let 1's Be Your Jewelers.L. Manufacturer
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Decorating \"t'QuIPpt'dopt'rat1nlroomoni.'Ond! Waterman Fountain Pens, News. Cave
219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE floor For terms address H. ROWE & CO. Daytona Florida.
'f' Phone 181 C.C. BOHANNON. M. D. Papers and Periodicals
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I PRODUCE HOUSES.S, ; 20,000 TROOPS AND TWO FLEETS ORDERED TO MEXICO; TO INVADE MEXICO AT ONCE j IF





Kinds Headquarters of and Fresh Fruit for Vegetables ...:, I UNITED STATES TO DE E PREPARED FOR ANY EMERGENCY' REPORT fROM SAN ANTONIO. jS i




oultry and Eggs a e ARMY OFFICERS ACKNOWLEDGE f
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Specialty. 5 DETERMINED TO PROTECT CARLETON 1

THAT TROUBLE IS EXPECTED.DEATH
|ie Orders Promptly Filled. : "It am sure getting .



r. Ball- & Son ..:S 't; INTERESTS OF A AMERICANS. warm" CAPTURED I II I COLLAPSE OF DIAZ OF WOULD GOVERNMENTAND MEAN t


237 North Beach St. 'Phone 53 : ,,' b

........ .- Idea Is to have the ships nearer at I BY POSSE ENDANGER PROPERTYHELD
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.. ........; !fMONSTRATION l ON BORDfR hand In case they are needed. and the gasoline stove corrects the kitchen
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BY AMERICANS.
z sAjea r'x IF IT IS SAFE. I
M. : TO SHOW WE ARE PREPARED Another Battle Fought-! I I I II II SAN ANTONIO, Tex., )March 8 -

COLUMBUS. New :Mexico.\ Marc I II I CAUGHT AT DINNER I ISLAND; I I The invasion of Mexico: by American 1

Estate and .. have bee I l i troops will begin as soon as the
to
8-:Many are reported CO.l I
ire Insurance ; SHIPS SENT TO SAN DIEGO{ killed in a battle fought between 500 GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE NOW! IN HANDS OF SHERIFF I I troops arrive according to r to-
and received at Fort Sam Houston i
Garcia
Insurrectos led by a ."
11 Ton Don't Trade With Us We Both Lose MODe,
commanded day. If the troops are sent over
AMMUNITION detachment of Federals
LOADED WITH
122 South Beach StreetIILDREN'S s.raTatear I the border they will be continually
by Valdez as Casu Grandes Sunda: ; ) LODGED IN ST. JOHNS COUNTY t
1'--- reenforced as the fresh troops arrive
night.
I JAIL AND WILL BE HELD FOR from the north.
REGULAR OFFICERS DECLARE INtthsi n t
:.y President Coming South- CITIZENSIN TRIAL: ON THE CHARGE OF -
THE MOVEMENT IS SIMPLY A Arrangements Are Made-
WASHINGTON March S-Pres -
Kr TWO MURDERS. WASHINGTON, :March S-It is
,: SERIES OF PRACTICE MANEU dent Taft leaves on hU southern trip
reported that the general staff
now
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tomorrow night. During hs! trip and Ha com Carleton, bad man and
has
VERS FOR THE ARMY AND Atlanta and Augusta I he IN ILLINOIS IN PRIZES of the United Stars army completed
.. his stay at general tough character" wanted for, all arrangements to invade j
will be hourly informed of develojrnents the double murder of Deputy> Sher.rrGuy I
NAVY BUT THE IMPRESSION I Mexico. If this movement begins
on the Mexican border and White and Abe Snyder at Espanola .
the border at
will
I the troops cross
SWEEPS THE COUNTRY THAT the mobilization of troops. He will afternoon .
Sunday was captured 'r
EYES AROUSED OFFERED 1 El Paso and restore older at Chihuahua
!, :..t..,' I deliver but one address, that one to by a posse at Dinner Islam .
1 TROOPJ' at one*
OF
ORDERING
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be too carefully safeguarded. THE at
the Southern Commercial congressAtlani.a. at 2 o'clock this morning. I Army state and navy official,

1 (have but one pair to last AND BATTLESHIPS TO TEXA! ; ;I Sheriff Perry at St. Augustine wa have been with President, Taft in
ae.. If there are Indications notified immediately after the -
capture
log wrong with your child's I:" IS TO SHOW THE MEXICAN! No British War Ships- BOTH SENATORS I $$850 ADDED TO THE LIST and took the first train south almost throughout continuous the day. Army conference officer yo f

tag him or her and I will fit to take he prisoner to the count; t.ba.l'
1; MONKEY Wm LODOlarch 8-The foreign are now admitting privatey!
THEY CANT
rlth Glasses to correct the ,.. AT GIANT MASS MEETING[ jail St. Augustine.
t: ; .; offices today issued an official d< OffERED BY NEWSPAPER, at trouble with Mexico is ex- 4
If medical treatment la nee- Carelton made his Into the '
;: UNCLE SAM. nial that British warships have bee I escape peeled and that the army may bt
I will tell you so woods immediately after the shoe! '
ordered to Mexican waters or :that a compelled Mo cross the river.
WASHINGTON. March 8-The be- request has been made for their PEOPLE IN THE SUCKER STATE TOTAL LIST OF PRIZES OFFERED ing Sunday afternoon and has been Authentic reports say President:
Clark
Neville H. .il} abet is overwhelming today that the< presence there. ARE NOW DEMANDING THE closely pursued since that time 1 by Diaz of thelexi'Caln: republic can not
''' for a.J BY THE GAZETTE-NEWS TC of men under deputy sheriffs,
posses :
i Optometristfor wvf United States is preparing survive many days as he is rapidlybreaking

:. war demonstration on the Mexicai Say Japs Are the Cause- RESIGNATIONS OF LORIMEI CONTESTANTS NOW AMOUNT! 'I working under the general dire: <- down under the strain of
the Sign of the EYE. lions of Sheriff Perry. The fugativ revolt hies old It is understood -
the and age.
.' border, and not preparing merely for WASHINGTON. March 8-Sever* AND QULLOM.CHICAGO. TO $2,700. I showed his acquaintance with the
the death of President! Diaz
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the regular
military maneuvers, as men high up in military circle
woods by managing to keep a way;
the I of the
March Following: will mean the collapse government
} army officers declare. here declare that the purpose of nu)- In view of the fact that so luucl trout his pursues and (coatinual.;
andthat
S ?', The mobilizing of :20.000 troops on bilizing troops in the southwest is aI resolutions at giant mass meeting; interest has been displayed in thi I throwing them off the scent. and a suite of chaos
millions of dollars
EEN GOODSe v the Mexican border the soldiers] all I warning to Mexico and Japan that in Elgin and Lincoln: last night in great Popularity Contest now bein< I With Carleton at the time of tin hundreds of belonging to foreigners
worth of
and the property
ball cartridges Mex
r: armed with the present colonization in which Senator Lorimer was ( ndl"mn.ro conducted by the Gazette-Xews tin! murders were two brothers. Dan audI the
will be wholly at mercy
sending of two fleets, with the magalines I co by Japanese settlers i is tnterpre. *! of this has made< :
v Cullom ,sl"nore1y]! management paper I :Marion Carleton and Mac Bumk
and Senator was : ; of the hungry horde of imtiponaibte ,
of auununi .
full}
of the ships I hostile to American interests .
ed
--- as special:; arrangements 'with the Chop( These: three were captured soon alter The Ainencaoiahave
V' Lion to the joining!: 'coasts, oai The Japanese are pouring into Mea criticized for voting that Lorime Piano company to offer three additional they took to the woud-s and late Insurrectos. invested. In Mexico.

[ are carrying a completeof i not be construed as a war game. I k-o! at an alarming rate should retain his: seat and deiuanc prizes consisting of rebate certificates the stepfather of the Carletoas wai> $loOO,000.000

Green Groceries, in- ;" The soldiers and marines are The Japanese have also been trying ing the resignation of both: represtt to the amount of $Su;; thu, also taken into cusody and lodged i in: art'41ery: from
all
: it;-, equipped for actual warfare and the establish. a naval base in Me\ : tatives in the upper house of congress increasing the number" of prizes i in : the St. Johns county jail with th< Long Practically Island Sound coast to the Gulf! of r!
tng
government is preparing to keep the< leo and advices to the state department Monmouth and Galena wiU; this contest from eleven to (if tee other three men charged with being
ordered to preceedto
:Mexico has been
i" troops in Texas for six months i if indicate their efforts will 1 be hold mass meetings for the ame and the value of the prizes to be: accessories: to the crime. ; I

olden Wax Beans )' events j Justify. The United State successful unles a drastic move i i tonight. awarded from $lSO;; to $27U'J.' Uascom Carleton will be charge) GalvesAtm.The 1
purpose ordered
I war department today -
Is'. government y determined the Amei: made by this government immediat* The bitter feelirs' against the sen; Thirf: us. indeed an immense offe with the murder and held in the SiJoliiirt L,
be a large quantiy: of pontoon r
shall
Green Beans Jean interests in Mexico ly. aters i ia spreadirs all over the< and should inspire great enthusiast : county jail for trial. bridge material sent to Bl Paso .

protected and that foreign interest As a result of this sudden st'ti. state and plans are being made for''I i among the co.k.estauts. and their &up I The excitement is sJ-11 running Tex., which: means the army will be- f''

CucumbersCauliflower i'. shall not be allowed to suffer. Otis turn in affair Secretaryof WaDicken the holding of similar: mass meeriim: : : porters, I high at Espanola, where the muiders prepared to c.russ the Hio Grande id

The second battalion of the Thin -on may cancel his southertri. in every city and town in H1noi.i.I're'ious I Tomoriow u the last opportunity : were committed. Dinner Island should the bridge be destroyed. 4 {

p field artillery at Fore Myers ha ; to his: vote :in :the ,> lute to secure rous for the great bonu! : is north of Espanola and it writ

f been ordered to Texas and left for to allow Lorrmer to retain; IUH beat I offer of 50.00t"ote1J, which; is to bi not ueceteary; for the sheriff to take I GOOD GAMES PLAYED '

Tomatoes .'. the south' this morning. It is sail Troops off for South- Senator Cullom wa the most popula, ;in>n away this: week to the contestant i bis prisoner through the town

.t that several thousand more troop t I securing the nr st votes during I where White and Snyder were SO< IN TENNIS TOURNAMENT. ;F ti I
I MOBILE\ Ala., March S Thre( I man in Illinois but now tw..s heing; $
Peppersey ; will be ordered to the Texas frontier companies of the coast artillery tI; ,.II made the object of mere ceti-ure the week. I foully murdered. II The follow ing results were shownin R
being prparts *:- I
orders are
that the
turned here left today for Galvtsto. ; I .= == i io the game played .::1 i the tennis l i ..
to- -
to Jay and will be I issued ( 1--- o WHEAT MARKET LOWER;
'S S on orders from Washington. 1I I I tournament at the I- plal.d hotel ifl +
are Always Fresh.DAYTONA 'night. I PROVISIONS ALSO DROP.
"r Great secrecy j is being mantaiiifc::

.;; in official circles but the scenes of NEW OFFICERS ARE CHOSEN rEveryfustomet (CHICAGO March: 8-The whea : Mass: E. C. it!ker: defeated : 1

,I department market opened lower on lower raUles .
activity about the war Miss Taylor: 4 6l 1 ; Mr. Tier

are such as have not bteuifiie*>-;t'd BY D DAHflM A LODGE{ OF [ELKS t' and because of bearish local ri : .\. E. Donnel ,'
since the Spanish-American \\ar. I conditions dit>pR-d| about\ :P'. Ma;' sat Mr. Rose G-:: -::;
i I ly b 'at Knickman b-$) bAruuiirong:
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l'ro\ivi
wad quoted at $.l"0 1-2.
STORAGE CO. 4iii A Friend t active and lower. .May j.-o/k, I beat Cornwall tH 6- ; Tier beat it
The ; *!)1.211; rib. $:i.::!; lard $"< ;. Ho.: .. Thompxm' ; li .
D. JOHNSON, Mgrnt ,- LOSXGEI..ES, .March S LOCAL ORGANIZATION Tl : were: 1U t 14, !i.:. :Itivver: ;iiia citl'.tteatly : : tad .\ HOIllIt.-)')' l>t-.ji Mrs.: Wait' t

cruisers! Caliror il'e1lsrh'ania: ; :%"<" "> d ," \0:1.: h..: J.tv.or Sundaysae : loui-. .mil E.IlHl.t--l.l 1
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to 1 iKvwy
and South Dakota; sailed today for:, SERVE AS EXALTED RULE II \Vli\ ': r;-iai->'- evt-r\. t 1"\.1\1'\ ; I'ajab'e: the day fo\lutuii:: ::. I _________ Tin- finals: n tll,- id.'-s' niujlei

San Diego. These' : with nine under torpedo orders THIS YEAR. \; knows 1 that -lif will tiii'i'i II--K- ..dsatiLtdilll1 !,vlute ',- By endorsing: a note, draft or checl; ., friei.d: : ot the ll"f"nIt our In-tWffij Mi-.-. E. S Kk J : r :tid Miss:: +
boat destrdye.s, are )ld'OIllItj.11;l I l..- 11.1: : .1 t' 2:5::i0< o'-
.sludild paytli'-ir b tts'r.i.! ; .011!
I-nluiit
from WashuvgUm carrying out i in everything; ,he w hu-h i U done by placing your uuut ,.
of the Dayton clo.k rii'i:: :-,1.1)! .1: "rl..j
You The annual u eeting tullllIITo.alll( i-nable/ th '.r I'avor.Ti- I
a part of the war maneuvers.White : I on the back you become liable f<>)- ----- -
thou Elk: i Our rich ties boiiu.as. ...IJ.IJ.tul' ma:)
lodge of Elks was held in > purchase: prices are just IIi: : ;
there l-e no partictila 'I Judav LJi Fi.'h and! h.-. -a\\ part-
may tLe ;;
the payment of same in cage l IJeo the ol winning: : the $'1:.I} r
significance to the ba'tleshipa being hail! Tuesday evening and a .;fthe sej- and our values are full II III t per cent \! : UKaiij> IK.T Cary i D. I. itiiTh:= are in the city i
fails to meet it at the proper i'hopiit I'priht( : ; ordered to San Diego at this non the following 'offiers: wer values. One trial will c'l..IDin'foou.. payor from is-lauid. Th-y are: a '<'.rntpaui.d O

are Go time it is believed this its following elected to serve the organization r: dui: 'I time: or at luatiuiity, a* the case ma>' : the t'nvt: pr./e iu this; ('ttl:ie.t. bv Pud: e J. L-e M,,"C(rrv. S ('

out the plan of the war (depart I .I be. -- -
the coming year: H'Exa.lk'd *, "oi istt-d \ ----- --
Stont ing LOST; --Ikiby's: pink ioer
r.' went by which troops are being rulei-r. J. Niver.. I Checks, notes and drafts in tin ;
oil bearh. Ut-wad: if p.turlwd tthe I II
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If Border that the< W.&L
to the Mexican and CHL CH Tirtr ist
knight-\\'illian 1: ,. '
leading only as collectors
Esteemed: I tuuids of banks acting I ilamUtoii.! ; !It r '
( Jackson II protested if i r PHONE 37 i 'I (
inTHING f I or agents are -- - -- i Beach Street iN

i, .. Esteemed lecturing knightS the payor; fails to meet the obligation I..N..O..tt..........e......, i Daytona, Flora ia. + '

fr. I 1. Snead.Esteemed loyal kDi-ght-L. IIRow CONRAD GROCERY at maturity. : i I DAILY STOCK I 1ARKT[ REPORT[ 1 1N0. i:, !I 'UdJ.n.l rood. /J/c/w; bo1luI / I i

; : e.SecretaryGee.. I .t. \(, tltk-tstonr-('ry-t-d th'-at-rw, ': I... ..X01 INN........N..1..' :
....!itt t M1I...-it.-r R., >tM N BuenaTonic i
P. Crouch. J.I: ', ,. ,,t.ri, :
,ti: n,: th! I'.,,1t: \" N VItL e h.-: .r 1..tt.I.uYe \K\V: YORK! M.f. .1 > 'i 1 !t.- \\..ii .11"II'
Trea.8urtr-P. N. Conrad. \ ..ar,
COMPANYI i : ,. ;.tlk ti.i.i :t d-i;'!1'--> u t-nei-t i.1!i ii" ]I''
I If really admire nice Trustee-T. E. Fitzgerald.
you t!: hC<>c-k iiiiik-t 'Itch( ) "Ihf !mark'- &*
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vTo gratd IcJg&-T. ::
Delegate I \\,u-v utakii'l p-ai-tu-aly: all: :i-s.ie. >-

Without a I Toilet Articles Fitzgerald. \\i-iv lower, although tht'nas" iiI .<.1 is the true friend of the cultured
Alternate-.1. D. C. Morris. I 61.Daytona"
:'r"IlllIJt't"tI! 'I I.., : I ,. l'ntrL! \\ .IS "'!:11..l N a I.t( "
table is
.. toilet ,
and appreciate an uptodateline Tyler-11. E. Burdick. I -- , i.dteddy' t.t: _::11..41S (., '}:,...... woman no I .

Guard of them call and see what Several appointive officers hat't' Lodge MERCHANTS 'I I I.- complete without it. ( I Y't
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not yet been named by the new eIited > &_t hi No. 1141 \' '_,. ,t, ,' ...,'!..... ,
we have. Some new things, ruler but these will be api't.:u'vd ''' t S, N lark: e', .' !1- t, i',' TeD little wnukkv; ; f
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B. P. 0. '" I.
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will want. time to serve at the nimeeting. -\t BANKA ,, ; s One hue,
you probably in Pj : I i.U! Cal a care:*or u : 'I+ jI
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nly 50 CentsFOSTER -- Meet Every Tuesda;) I, :Ni"tbru. 1'.0', I" Used Buena Tonic' t
!I' nuels.1tt.k l
-- HANKINS, The Druggist,, Following the lodge session an: ,.! Evening.Members Visiting Invited. D !McBRIDE President Ij...i lh .' *ht- .. I ; ti

ceremonies: or ::- :iat.l'l dA--, J B. CONRAD Vic President ,. !'<.uttl. .. .
AT THE 1'LAPK election' the .. ; T. E. Fitzgerald! E R \ 111"11 1 1 Sec whet t throe !h' :a .UK.jvc 'u say
thvr"v-" : e w' i, F. N. CONRAD, Cashier I I .K.- ... .
carried Sec
Where Volirsirt Meets Beach. were Geo. F. Crouch P J"'
CO. . ; iii'"' F. J. NIVER. Asst Casluet .
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PIANOS aDd DELAND the county seat of

.qtf > li'T.AI. If D)1PJIr PLAYER PIANOS I VOLUSIA _ _ _., Volnsia County, STETSON ,J
I Concert TunerPlAOS is situited 23 miles southwest of

0 O'U.I.Jf reGlLlLTs FOR RENT 1 COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the lat UNIVERSITY :

1 t< BANK ter city by an excellent hardsurfaceroad DiLAND, FLA. i

recently constructed.At Four colleg,. nd i
DLAND. FLA. Tecbnicalhooj; : ..
DeLand is located the John B. Equipment cou .

I II \ Seeds. Beads ati Capital$100,000Surplus Stetson University, one of the lead- Endowment in* nearly |*130.000.o.ooo.) =
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; :- ':...: -__ J i \ I WOMAN'S $50,000 ing educational institutions of the Faculty lessors and of 4|" Pro-Instructor .' .

b..e771or :_ ::: .:; ;:: _.' ::- ;',', .4 _. EXCHANGE South. Because of the interest in ,. (Christian, - Phonal
=: _,. : but
non-RecUrUn
; ICE CREAM : j ; : - = I;ourtl ii nil P."cln1Mt . \. D. McBRlDE matters educational DeLand is knownas I Tfiwhlng. 4.ngand
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; >o..1 ( IiiiIflItar Frtdent1J. "The Athens of Flori&u" For Information
-- an:: litI I III I.lu"IIo. t'iriiitt. I address I-
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Is quantity. :
I Ii umy CONRAD Ntan!
= ;:1\1) 0/1 iilt.iiI. President Stetson University haa faculty of Lincoln
MILLS'European :" '. ..... .-:.. .Vice- 50 professors and instructors. There 1.JJ' Holier.D: who hav.at <
8. A. WOOD, LL. I
*i ? *ts0c"A -T- x ( D.J. Daytoij
= : -( rV7s- aaaa>*ssy& !.,j._f ot.___ -v- .._*>- *. ,.Xi-i CushlrrDREKA'S> arc over $400,000 in buildings and -fPriisld.nl their he
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I restaurant I equipment; nearly $300,000 endow- ;,

., I.I By L. C. DEMAREE. ,... ___nlr- fact must be apparent to the most ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep- land.
ReISI J. V.
fuperf: lal observer. With such lav resenting an investment in building PERKINS
.fURNis iN6S.il One of Daytona's crowning glo- Dr. J.|
2 2J
| SHOES.AND BUSINESS AND ifrhveiltb of natural beauty it became DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than <-
'ries Is her incomparable' beach. Xo of Voru*:
foi the hand
an easy thing $120,000. The library is the United
It to Trade at one who haj ever set foot upon Its i PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS touches STORE Attorney andConatcilot
Pays ( nto gve the finishing State Government depository for the .i W Rod

8 Peck's Bargain House : smooiu, packed sands: no one its who ex-, wlhlch h2.'eTOught out the colors EVERYTHING! State of Florida, and contains over -. ( travelingOcklawab
. pedaled a bicycle over
0ver (I
: 112 South;Beach Strcct.UsuI.isI.i.aeSIII. pan3; ; no one who ever drove a and outline* of the big picture. TO EAT.' 15,000 -volumes. Science Hall, one at Law j jigation

... .ISu ptranclag: pair of horees and listened _Lu.ii.isisi.isisi.isi.isisi.is :Man did all: this in the laying out TO TO WEAR USE', of the newest of 16 buildings, with i ,

of the streets with their wide marginsof its furnishings, represents an outlay the
; .......................... to the popping of their. steel shoes =1 Will Practlw InStAte Intere
: UNO WAH-CLINESE LAUNDRY : upon its asphaltum-like face; no one S parkage. The entire city becomes Rending RoomvKlevutor of $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of and

- : XII no. BEACH si.. DAYTONA. FLA. who ever steered a high-power automobile : E. S. HALL I:: ''r. great park with driveways inter- Kt-rvlce yIlest the most beautiful college buildingsin FederalCourta LOSTjcinnatl.
D.-18htrts liNlght: | Khlrt* 10. Room
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mles: miles! of driveways -
I eiting, upon South.
White Bhlrti lul\Vc, >olen Shirts in down the broad stretch of a .1 f the
I Check KhlrU N Undershirts SNewhlrti and Builder to attract motorists ---: of about3,5OOwth the Oak3. ]
r; Drawers'! 8 .. wave-washed and surf-packed sand 1 Architect s>o good as G. A. DRLKA& CO. The city has a population

: htrtco1IarMtt.VLMo4k.p.rpaIt: ; S is! world beater 5 ". from all over the continent. ; a thickly settled country DE D.FLL
but realized that It a :No. H*\ Pt11l1t'tto"t' J IHiL.\oi D.'FL\ ... .
I
: Collars or Cuffs 21HnndktrchtefI! 3 Messrs.Ogden. .
U lAdlel clothes at corresponding price a world-wonder. Go stand upon : DAYTONA. FLORIDA. aU And as for the pavements: pavements adjacent. DeLand proper is five pjBrMgetoni

.si.is is..is is is is is is i... this wile speedway and see the hap .isisisisiSiIisisiSISis B.-I that look and act }joke granite miles east of the St. Johns River on I .

.*........................1 py souls flit by in Joyous mood and .!.I where else between the eastern olusia"IJountyAbstractC 'the, high, rolling pine land of the WRIGHTINSURANCE ,\ the fij
city
lanswtr whether this is not one of and \\eotrn;: seas are so many miles great "Orange Ridge" of Florida.
H. C. THOMPSON Agt. ..B.B.B...B.B.B.B.B.lBtl. for Cuba,!
- g J the seven modern wonders. 5 N in proportion to inhabitants? The .; The predominating products are

: LAMB 'ENGINES : : W. C. CROWNING M. D.I pavement question stands with the 'oranges and grapefruit the estimatedcrop coast oa t|
The Placid. Pellucid Halifax River.; AGENCY
: S HUPMOBILESB 5 : General Medicine and 1 etreet as one of the chief' drawing Cury Bert Fbb I). IdiiNlls.: President Hec- from this vicinity being over t **

D..OMtr tio Give at Any Time. : Where think you is water with more I : Obstetrics Ia cards. Till some unbeard of place rt'iaryulld_ Treas. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes ,. FOHPackard tl

: PHONE W : picturesque surroundings? Nearly a'' reports more and better Daytona Japan persimmons, \
peaches
8 S
om*- Hours: ltvtoS: : 7 to p. in. Abstracts Furnished pears DeLand, Florida f
.....*..............s5.iSaa.i.i.isisisisi.i.isisi.is mile wide. fringed with tropical vegetation : Over Kodak Place. Those 39. : throw! down the gauntlet to the and Titles" plums, pecans, gnavas, strawberriesand at going 51 Seco/norn/

artistic cottages with roomy :i.i..isisisis..isis.sisISi.i.i.i.i.isiSiSi.ui.i.i world. Perfected other fruits are grown in plenty.In -

verandas: looking out upon her bosom I Squirrels Flowers, Binds and FruitWhatever the of public improvementsare
:: JACOB ESPEDAHL : -- -- and Insured way OLDESTLARGEST
: gamey food fishes in countless numbers one's shortcomings. and j \ many miles of fine shell roads, an Mrs. C.
5 .
Contractor and Builder it to those a Maps, Plats and tln*-, IS tlKincaid
beckoning as were indifferent callous
however or even
school electric ,
excellent lights
a high
Designer and Craftsman RAWLINGS :
, 1 DR. J. E. Blueprints (Supplied all
Superintend Construction of Build- with rod and reelher; bosom fleck- a one may be to many things:: the mere a system of waterworks that is owned

e. Ing.. Flans on Hnert and Notice.Hpeeltlcatlons -. ad with duck and coot and snowy- :S:: Pbjrsician and Sur eoaOFFICB : mention (>f "flowers and squirrels. lly.L.H.) FLK.: and operated by the city, supplyingthe _and BEST enue. Mr]

DAYTON FLORIDA. birds. which sit about as I King frien]
I : winged sea birds and fruits" will send a thrill water at little costNine
OVER KODAK PLACE : purest
1 ...5silisisisisisisusi.... if for the sport of bobbing upon the :a Phone siS 1 that is reflected in distended pupils BONDLUMBER houses of worship testify that from thatKincaid
For
Florida
I .......................... waves; watch that lubberly old assisissIsisisisis and pricked ears. DeLand is a church-going com.munity bt|
...
M aI white headed pelican pouch a fat ... FARMS
- ; For every visitor with! a spare goo-- Meth-
Episcopalians,
Baptists .
OSCAR MICHAEL : mullet and that fish hawk struggling I ..........................: ber there I.i a bunny ready to come COMPANY odists (Northern and Southern), Pres- I GROVES **AutomJbargain

; : CONTRACTOR : upward with his floundering load he1 I 5 and accept your gift. He will sit bolt Manufacturers of Christians and Catholics, TIMBER (i|
byterians, or
: Filling and Grading : snatched from the water : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS ICivil iirr'Kat' and knaw into' the meat LUMBER besides colored Baptists and Metho- TRUCK dress Roy

: See the beautiful launches. spick ; casting furtive: saucy glances at you LATH t Fla.
: EngineersDAYTONA.
dists, are represented.
Heavy Hauling a Specialty.
: a and span. witti hampers and lockers meanwhile SHINGLES LAND

.oui.isisisIsisi.is.si.is bulging with refreshments both solid 1 FLA. : Flo'.vers. Usually fresh and bloom- MOULDINGS The graded school offers a ten Bend for Bargain ..
Mr; Ml l
and the whichit Sheet to
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-- - -- -- years' course, building ;;
.
).!) @ and liquid, ready for a cruise upon th I S E..lllhla..h.-d 9t5.a S .ng: the :year 'round you are reminded : Agents: been m tbl
furnished
beautiful surface. Take out your field ; .isisisisisisisisislsisisiisisisisisi.isisisiQIsisis of Goldsmith's couplet where Miibury's Pnrold Rooting Paints occupies is newly TOE COULD- fj
E M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. | I \'VhIt.hiilHVnifDtKllHjrailo throughout and is one of the most Tuesday
'glass and the river from ,
; sweep --- --
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I. Smiling spr-ng: its earliest vKsit paid to her hoi)
I : 1 Plast.rorgiat'lay !
I Ormond) bridge to Ponce Park .Mid summer's lingering bloosonis (,.- Brick commodious and best equipped public HUNTER[ CO
MrsVrlglj
MILLINERY N Bond /'laud Brick schools in the State.
S I
I hot/se. then whether the
light .
say i .
delayed.In
Willian.1
; 9- : E. L. STEWART Ii i iII are xLANl)). FLA.Attorneys I The trip from Daytona to DeLand B. !
Halifax isu't a thing of beauty anda rd of varigated hues I'F.L.\\J: FLA il
one y : roses ; owno and I
.
8 Beach St., Daytona, Fla. Physician and SurgeonS made automobile in a little
is by I
:
IN. joy forever and one of the modern .
>-_IH > tat at thOu K.tlix a". s ..I I II. .1 I': t>dOLunatf; another household has\ on First ail
3Ir..x)(! !\i,!'.! ,1 P'''iM-hcint for the poinc-etta: and tbl'tI' ItAUis fISH
. . &
I iinil i- -rUK.I : drives in the of the THE
!' -J, : ( 'tIe. !iI i"U'a, in 'i' \). .p ina :: at Law county site. A good road leads to I FOR S.
i:en in a jungle of tall cane. Variety 1 GORDONGARAGE
East Florida I, wood.Wdg'"ocd .i.isisi.isI.isisI.isisisa I 1'r,ictifinj.1 In H.Ihtati J 1 DcLcoa Springs five miles a historic river front !
t .-. tie! .-!Jee: of life and here is where : :.ii.l I-. d'rulJOUr Beach
\
' ( where 60,000 gallons of water sire-
spot
is the
avenue upon crest ,
\oa fM'd: if. !-IIM'cla fact!:t Ulcs for '
Telephone Company
| of a broad ridge; straight; as the crow :... .IOBOIB0l.l.|il.l.B* ; Tne birds" flit in. and with their In'stlglttlnllOud! bubble from the earth every minute. The rooms, aUcomfortabb j]

Connections at Daytona !f flies and the wide spreading branches : DR. F. H. HOUGHTON : joyouS rotes! help to give fullnt-ss p.rf'sctlng. > tltkalANI I From DeLand automobiles go south I DeLandHeadquarters AV, M Shall
I
of 'ho heavy-truuked live oaks extend to Ostecn, 13 miles, on shell and
::I hd} \iiinittiy to the picture. I
for Long Distance PointsH. f tlair giant! arms acros; the mag : :1 I tit tity! marl roads; the St.Johns is crossed by
Dentist : Ab for fruits, choico citrus fruits. for
STEWART[ I
I uu'.ifjasta:: forming an arch, and : : ferry near Ostecn and cars can then
l>.t>U'i a. \ ,to Ids the paUt to Done for AutomobilesAGENT
C. THOMPSON t from these extended arms great festocnij a oitu111.. Tick. ISliHkt 5S 1 Isaac A. continue to Sanford and Orlando by
i'iI'"I.a .V- End .uth I'.rulg.a. quail: :a.'iu quantity per acre. Therere Egrord Ity:
) of Spanish moss sway as the a :Mart hti'\vart hard road. There is a shell road FOR
( \!. 'V! ,
I .gsisisi.isi*isisis..siois &cr.rt-s of citrus groves in prox- Maxwell Touring
trade winds: from the tropic seas I Attorneys at Law from DeLand to Orange City, five -
\!\ (!@ II :mit> TO the city, branches btniding Cars and
\! J I
fan them. Looking straight ahead . .. . and Notaries Public miles and a good road from DeLand
B.. .. fl.ltl BtBtl l B* : to the erth:: with their burdens of RunaboutsArthur

H. T. McCLELLAN I down this whi'te shell street one has 2 T. K, Fitx., 1.,1 1F; o..t. hrc.ougt'den! globes, wbk-h for rF.J.\sJ: > FLJ. .\. I to Lake Helen, a like distance. .

the impression of a fairy path with I FITZGERALD & OATES :5: I Uauty. jtroflitavy and all desirable

Mill Work i iftea draperies. but as you mine 2 Attorneys Counsellors: at LawS :J: iii-ilitifs would truly astonish you. A.ERICKSON. 80ND Si9STOE BRICK co. G. Hnnilln I
'. 1ong and cast an eye first to tht- Ii Royal P. HainlinHAMLIN
'""I"-ml Fan i 11; > for KxiunluiDK: a I Ia
Write or ask him about anything !' right and then to the left YOU see Hid I.-i-t- !tug:! IjlIHlTltlt." 5 The Fastest Autos and The Finest ManulactuizsLight

you want mad of wood Every- d-stmsjuishcd: cottage homes in the I ('ini i iu<',iiii.ul: lUilUlljij: '1'lnin12S 1 1isisi.isi.i.i.i.isi.isisi Out. & CO. Granite Buff, Red awl
L: .'-t stcck I of
thing the best. most dfhgLtful settings.See : irg Drab Brick
_ _ ,. Theevt! l.T.horld wonder, do jou: Pianos, Organs and I
-. Phone 123 ,: .ho glistening leaf of the gram. ,ok? C\ nH:'. whether from Mis ou:' Sewing Machines !LartfiC'liTHHitv! \\ 1,1. , fr!'i-itr.s': !'J;Prompt.. f' hlplllit &
North Ru?ewoo.i Ave. ; . ., . . I > i lK> < t id PriCia.
,0.( magnolia which nature has \arnished {.*'*.'!! i !.I-.i' t-t.-' !! !! ".. f.o-ii \:.:ra', from Kalauia/.oo: o I "-VlJ'II flf .1 .C'<>:!% 'I.' LA Kb JILLK.N.! : : FI.I ..\.
... .. II -.I.\'IO: I', H.V.ALLAN'S. HAMLIN
t .i.i' \!\! \. as no art'ss' brush ever could; and "' I
I I DR. J. P. ESCH | riuli'ut's! ..tid >ou will be "shown. i
the rabbige palms with their burdens LAKE HELEN
.
!I.\: ui.t.ie: the world's record for

I jf :showy: fruit and swaying paias! : ; ;-, Physician and. Surgeon ;. I spe'tia( l>ri>keu with every' recurrras Surrounded Attorneysand
[ PORT ORANGE by several
prdty1akesald
I .
PICTURESQUE f niii-ul Ia:i I IM i\- null 1 li n'- -dii'hof
; see 'he lovely holly with its exquisite ?- \IEllIld'II: I itnt-.. IK.in- ::'ti.i.. : | *' e;'' (I'l.utos., the biggest the fu>t- guarded by
lofty trees is
.
N At to PttetolLco pine Counsellors
Uiry; see the climbing \'ines' J III.. '; I.-7 I' in. I'lion. :MI. 1 V\1 'N:;At
f-t. ;t'id the: fn: >'bt daily -
9 t 1\\t\: I H. are on p.iule Lake Helen, a winter resort of no at Law \
:
PORT Olt.\XI iaprttty11tttetliagt an riot in the trees see the ci >- .
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: !".\!-. \!. ...,.......!.,........ .. ...'.!.!i.a. :': :: d! the big show :is as free as:: i DRUGGISTSJEWELERS little importance. Camp Cassadaga,
PORT ORANGE[ 's.imou"; ":> forms which gain a foothold .. .e i,.1iaitts:ian water from th"
5ltuatt"d Un' mil. I I ju the great oaks and sitlpiluis >" ....e+.................... I a spiritualistic camp-ground is situ 'F.L.\XI'. FLA.
i.ioi-i'.d- .1 flow: !
:
: we3L Its
- aouthof I\l1ytona on S S ( ag a Fl.ANM': FLA. ated near Lake Helen and at this
tile Ilaytonn-'W H 0 U SEt4itiyrna I I and surely you will join IK : Dr. SAMUEL M. LONGDENTIST : i show! with a coiuitantl> : place several hundred people make

bur.1 -urIacroadthentt- line cio.-in and say that this :,; a I r,: t .
= t\4; situe.K :
S Fred C'hIghway I world wonder for beaut j. I : G. W. Fisher I, winter headquarters. A laigc lumber "fOl'NTAIN'S"DKLAND'
or tin. En.1best. : : e.> th mg goes from a ::Miors I mill and the largest brick plant in

( The town If. Owner aDd MaaagerjIoctedontht I Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage : One Door North (If New Mcr- : power up to a OOh01'6epower., and Drug Co. the South are located at Lake Helen. FLA.
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UiiIIlai : Chants Bank. idl degrees; of speed from a canterto
I Homes. I I
RI vt' and t.. Drugs, Stationery, ORANGE CITY
r.with tlw .......................... a two-mile-a-mnuute clip. You will Huylcr's Candies ClothingFurnishingsj
OOZ1DCCSC4 ?PORT ORA61labddge. : No one of Da>toiias attractions. - piobably catch the spirit: when you.uo ,I The principal attraction around
1'I"OIDlnl& opposite @j.! I.!. perhaps; commands more nearly universal -
the roads and the beach are yours Orange City is the handsome Shoes
) PF.LANP. 11.A. .,\. many J
The town h wn BPACH attention and praise than does I The Manhattan Cafe :| The Florida sunshine is freethe, golden orange groves. The town is -1
aid out and ha. the artistic cottages. The owners of
balmy breezes free, the
ocean are supplied with
Lots for Sale. ifor water said to be the
pretty l1on1l' these villas hail from ladies and gentlemen. f
many charming
everycorner birds and squirrels and flowers I in
.A large numh'r of Liberal Terms 5> Sy are A. H. IDODAIL purest the world, another attraction
10urlatl and wlnkr Allowed forrraIdiuts t,I the country and they bring Regular Dinner 11 to 1:30: Daily. tj free, the sparkling fountain water i ii ; to visitors. It is at Orange City
their own architectural plans and ) Short Ord rs. Box Lunches. \
make Port Trte: and will have down that
IMPROVEMENTS you to go I The passengers: over the Florida East
build! upon them and. as the archi- y Everything Fresh. *,
Osangewlnterhead- Ocean or Ri v rqnart.f'rs !!: Special Attention Shown to Ladies. 7 MUO your wallet only for coin for i Iii Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and
.ne of till' I of section of the "
I ecture one count!,
FISHING .uto. iud ted and board. : GROCER drive to Dcland. The town I
tIt'Vf'ral' nttraclI.04 I'on\"f'nl"nt to Auto- :differs from the architecture of another :[ THE MANHTTAN CAFE f is surrounded -
I
bt-Jng the t'xc'lh'nt mullll' Hilt' ('oui... Tins is LO fanciful picture; it's aUnere. by land;; peculiarly adaptedto
- uud llrIJt', so do our homes differ in 38 South Beach Street I>ELANI>, FLA.
!;
&hlng. St It i.s drawing: other thousands I' the cultivation of citrus fruits.. I'aIASD, FLoat D.t
:. abort distan' Apply to outward appearance and structural (i\: \.o.o.! ... .....!oiX.i' .,!. .,!. \!. ;; .
HOWES and lio'd-np them enthralled it will -- -
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wt 3r Port Oran..: beauty from one another. There are

: are the rt'1I111In.. ur Port (h\nl">:\' : FI..he ::i. no monotonous rows of strikingly .......................... tnunu :aid hold >ou. Come arid see :I ............................................i,........:

I- old lunlIWIO\1\ similar Ljild'ugs but the eye as it .

that sugar..mill.vlslt..1.r ii 1'111I'" I r--Port::: Orange sweetby is treated to a kale.do- :. When You Are Looking for :. "From the Grove to the Table"INDIAN :! THE DAILY NEWS i

yrisrby bun.I.I.iortourIStL I scopic change which keeps: the wind Some One to Do +

On.' tim O\STER\ { CO wond?dug. "What next?" RIVER GRAPE .
.
,-, 'idlthecountrYwi It 13 *, only the exterior of FRUIT AND ORANGES .
no
; i. l'tPONT' I many .
- of PortOrang'', 'ur- 'iro ;:'r and leal, r I GroAii on the Halifax. .
of tar** homes which rivets alien i Electrical Work

A- uaU.rounding was n Vast th' titi I il. O\'STERS and I I Lion; ,,",b.c they are models of touventenre The fiieat. quality of fruit for salem : Gives Away to som<; Jhree_ _persons_ whose :

dtgoandauiar ,'ant' CLAMS I : and tke finishing and furniShing smoie hoxes or car lots. Special the
Vt.flrn.I.'tflipb.ntation. : names were mentioned in
.The lIull i dive: evidence of the eleganceand : PHONE 14, attention paid to filling orders. :

was operated,.xten cultivation of those who worked : Every Day previous day's :
MUNROE & STEVENS paper
sivelytntho'.e.nrI WM C C. U llOS1daya 0 { 1
hut husl..n i idisuai la I it all out. Indeed. it is the interior JFORLAWJ GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. .

for forty 0:. arrangement and artistic furnish.: .

4 nfh'' T"IIrS. Real Estate :and sntdmg more than the exteriorappeamaoe : Office f Next to the Ridgewood Hotel ; Four Tickets to the Crystal :

; i ,ery Int..r-lln1: Insurance that gives a surpass:? : THE ELECTRICIAN. : : Theatre and
Merchandise :
- iirtvt' from a
J'a"I"Ut' :\OTA \' PUBLIC lharm to Daytona homes. This feature ....... .
is by OI''un I,. I, I I. Best t Prices Best Work ! 9'.S'. .' !, .i !. .f,!.!.__
54, tll alproI'!1 o' Port ()ranjte. FIll.tI I jastly merits prominence u.;> at. : NORTH BEACH STREET : :. Order for 25 cents on some :
ii ,.. Port IIr.ro_ : other 'oDl1er. : GITTENS & MESSING .
br..t.:,.. neroth.. ........ ...4.6............ C ... ',, r, .1.I , : local store. : : : : : : :

brM .. Ui l t h. Streets and Pavements the Most, .
n itpas111 S. 6 6. lIARIII I isisisIsI.iIisi.asisisi.isMcDonald's ; t" (, ) Fresh Fish .
t hroll' !. :!., '
:; : and Best. : _____ .
I : Boat t Yard \.I *
Clams
, prlnelpa: .II" d 01 X ; TD S 0
Port (irantzt, 10 Ih. (Uenerali I Why th- Architect of the Universe a Established: 19C3 .

ru.u htiittd of old lb"' Lt',. Merchandise\ I I It "!i chose to give; Daytona the most admirable I j CHAS. M. McDONALD Proprietor = I and Rose Bay Oysters : Watch\ for them your name maybe :

DIUl. r..tunlll>: tiIwytoiit : the most picturesque natural 2 Railways. Boats Built. Repaired 5 ; Market to South Beach Street .

l'y 1 h, r.. "I Purt Orange, Fla. I. settles of all the cities of the South 5 and Housed. a Phone 5 Prompt Delivery : next. :
( tb.. tualithud. II Is not tev< 1f'J. but that! such is a S I
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THE DAYTONA OAILY NIW8:::


' I > J .,-., I MOCK TRIAL PROCEEDS FOR I I 1-...HNNNNNN--- .1N1.N; 5-

'i ofh. ; STORY OF 0? GRAND DPRAEXCELLENT [ PUBLIC SCHOOL BENEFIT.The .I t. R H. MCDONALD : II PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA\ [ 11I11 J :


of STETSON j TO BE B SEEN S N IN DAYIONA.I statement. made In rester"dar' | MEATS : SMYRNA is situated fif- y
ORANGESIf
issue of the Daily Xews in i i HOWEAND NEW miles south of Daytonaand
at. UNIVERSITY regard to the proceeds: of the mock : Florida and WesternThe .: is an ideal spot reached you want tlMvrv
CC i I. from Daytona by a hard surface road Met Oranx
DxLAND. FLA. COMPANY AND GOOD I' .
at
Four Colleges and 6 trial being for the City Island fund Choicest Steaks and CURRIERFLORIDA I winding through one of the most picturesque apply

$ Technical Equipment Bchoolt coilIn ., .j j ORCHESTRA IS COMING TO was an error, the entertainment. having -i i J The Primest Roasts : II I parts of Florida. backto Point Grove
nearly $4M1Endowment ( .( ). ;. i With its ancient ruins dating rortheRedlandIII
$300,000.) been give to swell! the funds for what want and we j a time when the history of man dean RiverOrange
THE NEW DAYTONA THEATER Telephone l us you
+
e Faculty of and 4d ProfeMon In.- Phone 23 will call fol''your cleaning the purchase of a curtain for the will endeavor to wee that you st it. LANDSNEW runneth not, interlaced with and wiresof telephone the best. In thstate.
modern
the telegraph
In strnctorm.but non-Rectarlan Christian\ and pr- sungU! BURNETT.Mr. THURSDAY EVENING. stage of the pubic school: at.ditormm -I' : Phone :. FLORIDA HMYRAA its miles of shell streets as Grove situated tin

wa For Teaching. -- Cavalier: Rustkana (R.e'ic: Chiv- : hard and smooth as a floor and overarched from DaylonN DaytoMthe d w
address Information: I and ?Irs. John P. Sherman, I POULTRYTheearlteryouleaveyourorderthe M. LEIDERSDORF by hoary forest giants that I Smyrna Road.
of Lincoln Hull p c. who hare been spending_the wInter air}",) a dramatic episode ba:ed on a -- -- Resident Aent grew in stately grandeur during the Prices Moderate

Ph.D LL.., LltL D. D." ;at Daytona Beach, left Tuesday foi tale by Geotanni Verga, was originally I Seven passenger car: to let and : Town and lapse of bygone centurieS, New i I FERD i
chants h ivi* of getting : of
better you Smyrna is truly a place romance
d PresidentJ. their home at Wakefield Rhode Is written as a drama producedby automobiles stored at reasonablerates. the choicest. Country 1 NORDMANKProprietor
INN GARVGE. .1 Property and rest.
w land. Alexander Salvini, and af..erward.ss : SARATOGA .. : t
HNNN....N.1.. N.. to
tr All nature here is inviting
-- Rhone 112. very
P'ng
J.J V. PERKINS t to music by Pietro Maacagni.
Dr. J. C Herman, Osteopath, 20 the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
,- } Vohuu Ave., Daytona. Phone 40. tl The action of the opera takes place R.SJIALEY I too is to be found the best fishing and

te Easter morning on the public square hunting in the state of Florida. I
Attorney andCounsellor Romaine Fisher of Palatka, i l lI
W. in a village of Italy. General The people: are thrifty, the busi I I Ei
traveling. passenger agent of the and all unite i
Tel Turiddu. a village ne'er-do-\, te ness men enterprising f
Hardwareand
at Law Ocklawaha and SL. Johns River Navigation - the welcome hand of i
ne company, is in the city in 'in love with Lola and is conscripted: : in extending There are ,i
to
ith strangers.
hospitality
lay Will Practice inState the interest of his line of boats. II'I to serve in the army. He returns to Builder's five church edifices for white peopleand I i

find her the wife of Alfio a driver number for the colored I
of and ..LOST-Railroad ticket to Clncinnatl. -. Supplies an equal
gs FederalCourts Liberal reward. C. Henr,1 I Piqued, he seeks. consolation) in the Furnitureand population; the town has an excellent I I

j the Oaks. -84.8;) I company of Santuzza, who has alwaye high school. a splzndid public I

t I I adored him. Lola in turn Is exasper UndertakingNew library, aad up-to-date business I

try DxLAND. FLA. .r Messrs. Edward Barnes and Jerrj.: ated and creuj:: endeavors to reclaim houses.. I
vche Ogden prominent .busin< S men ol h.3 love, thus making Tudiddu SmyrnaTHE There are any number of pretty I

ont \ Bridgeton, N. J., who have been in I a double traitor. homes for the permanent population, !
WRIGHTINSURANCE the city for a time, parted Tuesday I 1 I The opera opeiu: Easter morning. which numbers close to 2,000. and''

for Cuba, and po:ns on the gull I Santuzza itS under< the ban of the I II some very fine winter residences. STATE BANKOK

arc coast on their return north. church. She cannot kneel before the ," There are good hotels and boardinghouses I '
I OCEAN HOUSE"0 :
fed - - altar in prayer and rejoicing, know where you can find accommodations NEW SMYRNA
AGENCY I
.
u i "FOR SALE Seven passenger ing that TuriJdu has be n 'eenwth t' F. W. SAMS to meet your requirements. ; l

-- i ; Packard touring car, fully equipped,! Lola, she appeals to hu former love $ 1'11''l' ':nutRates Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a :. JOHN: President T HAMMOND i
going north, low price for cash. Call :'and reminds him of hu i)rom_!>t*>. As section of vegetable land as can be
IJRANNINQnihlvr
Florida L
DeLand. OCO.
u at 51 Second Ave. ';9-6:: i "she, kneels to h in, Lola crossts: : the : found anywhere. This land has been ,'
ty. "_ square, the women exchange bit'er 1 .1 !r r S3.00 per Day divided into small farms which can Transacts a
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is OLDESTLARGEST f, Mrs. C. O. Williams of St. Ausus-I. words, Lola enters; the chu-ch, Tur- R! .{ .' Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Someof : General
.r iddu quarrels with Santuzza and fol ; f!; the finest celery grown in the stateis
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anis1 tine, is the guess of Mrs. James: '< ( J\ -if WeekFxrelleut I Banking
I lows Lola. J.I j j'i. K raised on this land. All other vege 4
Voliiaia I
Kincaid at her home on av Hunting Business
S Alfio aid au uzza, in re- tl 'i and Mailing abundance, and here,
I appears ; '' tables grow in
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ed and BEST enue. Mrs. \\Tlianj: had been \LSrthtg .
Intereston
Cent.
t } friends at Mis mi and came up \tse. arouses hu SU&PKIO'I :f.r.: -tW MMTIINAFLuRI1)A: too, is the home of the famous Indian 4 Per Time Deposit*
from that city Tuesday: to visit )Irs.Kinea.ld I The service over, Alfio and Turd-: i'k ;D'. River oranges. l
i da meet a.. the Inn. Auto refuses
t before retaining home. .
For Florida to drink wine with Turiddu in commemoration ,
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: FARMS* of the day and is challenged

thCs.. GROVES '. bargain Automobile, (no junk Wanted) *n. a used I want car. Address a-I Tun-dda.to mortal conscious combat.stricken, feeling I ., .\\:" at.tr : :: .- ............N....0................4 1.....+.+......N

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TRUCK .i4' Fla. 83.2t wit I seeks the Lucia s.vift, h approach* mother,of and death implores , jI .';/1"- .'- ,, ; .). The Joseph Zapf Co. !

LAND '. her blebbing His pre&enta ..; : '" ...
ten Bend for Bargain !Irs.. Myrtle Wright, who has meat is borne out b>' the arrival of .1wl4 '. .i jI j\ :
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kch ;' t teen in the city tor a few days, left I a mtw>enger. who announces the re- : .

cd TOE GOULDlOITEN J.: Tuesday for St. Augustine enroute I IsuIt of the dual. '" .. .: Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor : 3.
stb. V 1 to her home at Biidgeton, N. JMrs. A picturesque scenic produeLonwi.l : \
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CO i- Wright is a friend of Mrs C.f : be given at the New Daytona : . : house in Florida. Sole distributors

s : B. Williams, also of Bridgeton, who..i theater; Thursday night: March 9, by i -,, :;TL \\ Celebrated Beer |

nd DrLANP, FLA f:,c owns and Is occupying. a winter home I the English Grand Opera company ,. ,'"' \ i Anheuser-Bush

tie ray o on First avenue. I and: orchtstra.FOR I L : ",' '- (A".r. : "'"'- ', : Special attention is called to the J*

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l.1.- r DEPARTMENT.
'.f I MAIL ORDER .
he THE -FOR SALE-Bearable' cottage or, -} SALE-Desirable cottage in I : .
residential block. South Beach street, .
to South
river front in residental block.
rid GORDONGARAGE -to ,<' Beach street, with garage. Six bed:I with .garage. Six bedrooms, all modern .I I at New\, : Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. $
"- comfortably tur- Hertha with English Grand Opera Company .
improvements Miss Heyman
tertG rooms, all modern improvements,, I .........................
:. comfortably furnished. Lot 54x185:' Shaff-er. :> : .............4..............
Theatre Thursday night. 1-
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*-'ifi ; Anthony Brothers ! lay Published, from December every eventng 1 to except April 1 ra-, by StoreDAYTONA a WE SELL r&w Ih: : ,.. HO


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GAZETTE-NEWS BEACH.
i; III THE Exceptional MomysavingValues $ Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of f ,-.J ;> .
Editor.C.
FITZGERALD,
INCORPORATED T. E.
In o lubricating oils on the market. t :' "j f fe i
S. HARRIS City Editor. Enamel Ware .:
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CLOTHING : ;
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: HARRY L. ROOD, Adv. Manager: China :. .
Japanese 1 ; .
CEO. F CROUCH Superintendent.Entered .
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I II as second class matter Laces WEREPAIR i : :f ..

;, FURNISHINGS December 1, 1910, at the po",toffice I Ribbons : "'.; : : 1: Greatly Enlarge]
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at Daytona: Florida, under Act of Opposite We bster's Grocery Store Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. 2.. Sides.

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STORES AT.! Daytona, Ormond Titusville, Daytona Florida It ............... .............+.................+...; I I: Central Auto Garage. I s.. Kumni'-r: Add:
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i JUST GOSSIP | 9 All depa

Service to the East S BY THE GOSSIPER. ;5 I RAILROAD TRAFfIC DELAYED. of spending your time sweating over a a selected fron

yiuu'luuuws. ., ml..mm!!!m."Jlt! hot stove these hot days trying to get a
Lave Jacksonville ............. 7JSOa.ni.:; '
/ ... ....... .. help used th|
Palmetto Limited. Arrive Havimnnh .l1 "')".m. the family ironing done on time when
.. Augusta... ... .. ...... ... tt.aip.m. The regular meeting of the Daytona STORM HAS CONTINUED FOR
DAILY. Carrying through: Coaches, t'burlfbton .. ... .. ...... 4.:!? p.m. 1 board of trade, which was postponed I I you can buy anAMERICAN t with all the
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EtoctrioLighted i Pullman Drawing Room "" .Richmond Washington! ::::::.::::: K.tWa.m.4J >a.m.: ] from Monday night because of PAST 12 HOURS AND WEATHER I'I'II 0f finest Chefs I

Keepers, Dining Cars, Jacksonville to "." Baltimore W. Philadelphia. .................. ..11.\Jt.1rfa.ni.: 11.111. 1 the mock trial at the school iouse, BUREAU SAYS IT IS ONLY ; ELECTRIC IRON I Summer
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New York \ New.V hrL-.. ., ...... 150 p.m. will .be held in the Elks hall! this I ,!

4 evening at 8 o'clock: and every member HALF OVER.WASHINGTON. i : :.e.....
ew Ycrk and Florida Special. Dally Except Flundn)'. :No.M t
Leave Jacksonville.................... l.H" p.m. 1 of that organization is urged to I
Description of this ppulAr train de Lux-. Havannah ............. ....... 6J* p.m. March S.-Snow I .
Thl train consists of Pullman Drawing Charleston........ .............. K.SSp.m.Arrive :\ 1 l* present arc the meeting. The new ....
Boom State! Room Hle ',plng b. inlng and Ll- Richmond ........................ 7.{u5 a.m. 1 boani (tl trade has accomplished has been falling along the greater I I s ...... !I.
kary.Oblef\atlon cars speedtrnkreeand ( Washington.....................10.85:: n.nii 75
quipped with the new-d througLOUt by electriettr. Baltimore............... .........lljfi B.MI.VebtPhllttdHphla I mOrfe fur the city of Daytona' in the part of the Atlantic seaboard for the I : jO 0 : ..
tl brilliantly ( \ ........... l.W
lights p.m.
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for each .
pedal being provided New York. P.-nn. K. K. I reo'eeks it has been organized past 12:: hours and the weather bureau. $
comfort in .
berth, affording perfect writing
or for reading at night Mta.,7tb Ave., 82d: Ht.... 3.M p.m. 1 than individual efforts have been predicts the fall will continue for at 1 .

l Kate Jacksonville ............. O.15a.m! aWe to accomplish in many years. It I ..
and West t Indian Limited. ,, least 12 hours longer. All kinds of
Florida Arrive Savannah. l. I
-J .: Augusta ..:::::::::::::::: fl.80: :p.m.: ]has been a lively example of the .
DAILy. Carrying Through Coaches, Charleston... .. . .... .. 5.40 p.m.p.m. 1 1EJ.etric.Lllhied benefits of organization and even traffic has been seriously] Impeded: : : .. Concede*
[ Richmond.. ..... ....... 6.10
Pullman Drawing RoomfStrpbg :.. Washington! .....". ... ... 8.40 a.m.a.m. 1 the most skeptical, the ones who and if the fall or snow becomes twice: i I These are the Standard Laundry Irons and are .. Twi
( Cars, Dining Cars. Jacksonville Baltimore . ............10.0%a.l11. 1 have most vigorously wielded the as heavy the railroads will be made I : .
W. :!:m
1 to New York. .. New PhtlaVelphta.lY.York. ...... .... .. 1.tO>pan p.m. I!Hammers are, now thoroughly convinced heavy sufferers. l! : for sale by .e

the civic organization is filling .
Cout Line Florida Mail. /Lave Jacksonville ............ IXp.m. ; White
.. Ar IveHavannah... .... .... ..1:!115 a.l11. a long felt want in the life of Heavy Fall at Richmond. ; : Help
DAIL\. Carrying Through Coaches Charleston... .. ... .. JIJfSn.m.) I Daytona[ and they pleading for a .
are RICHMOND, Va., March S.-Th?.: I
Richmond x.u> p.m.WishliiKton iThe Electric Ice (
and Electric-Lightrd Drawing Room : : .: .: ::::'. .11.5<)p.iii.:: : chance c to climb on the bandwagon. heavy fall of snow which began here.. Schantz The Prlnc
Beeping Cars. Jacksonville to New York: Rtlttmorr. .. ...... :=')a.m. : Palm Beach bo{
stations.'V.. Philadelphia .... .S.4Oa.m. The Daytona board of trade is flourishing yesterday, has been continuing: : : 0

Local etopaatMeal Sleeper Jacksonville to Savannah. \ New York... ....... ...... 7.1:1: a.m. i and will continue to flourish; throughout the day today and has and Water Co. .. Saint

1 Best Trains to the West. )it I: hay already accomplished much already reached .10 inches on the : .

for the city and there is still moreo level. Railroad travel is being seriously C .
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... N09' I I: Noy'3r :: be done; it is taking the proper interferred with and all kindsof
..0. 3. South Atlaatie I Limited So 8l: Montgomery Rout a .
J and 58 5.anJ 115I this; beautiful little .
course: to put traffic is being;; mad Jo saffer.I : -
, -- -I city on the map in big letters and ...........I
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I.lfilpm Lv.. .. Jacksonville ..Ar R.4\pm!\ pi,1 I.,'. JK.k'-OIl'.III..Ar 7aoautNam .999999999999999999999999999Q9999999999999999999999t, .
t..( \r...... 'tI8nt8..I.'. 19:5: pll1 H 'ii11l1l1 Ar .)lo1ltl'olll"Q' .. 1.v ad,pin 1 t needs the boosting support of every i iI ii .
LARGE SUM I RAISED
I..opmr..I.oub'.IIIt'.I..' K.llUftl11 1.lllpll1: Ar.. ltlrmingham..I.v :C.4t1pll1l.06am citizen to accomplish; this uli- I II. THSteam
.JndhtDl1pol1i..r.! .v 4.11I11111 7.411 pm Ar. Nahvtlle. ...L'I Natllll! :!
'.dpm Ar ....l'II1"lolll1tl..I.'. R.ls' )aul 1.10 am Ar..17vaulvlllr: . I." I.I"IIUl I iiate object. I i .
f.l0am .r..t'hkllgo..L'. ".5111"11) I I 1.oall1r .. $1. Iouts' ..... Iv. lI.ml'll1 I Magnificent Trains A .
I' ".:!1I11111. Ar. .. ..(.hlell.o..r.! ,, odpuiI I *** I FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES.CIVIC .. -

I I In the appointment. of William S.Ienney 4 Limited"I r,
No. t4. Dixie Flyer Route No: Ni: No. 142. Seminole Limited NV I. Florida \ .
I: =-I as manager of the Mt. Wah- .
f t I : DEPARTMENT OF THE PALMETTO G
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---P-- ngton hotel at Uretton Woods, X.I i i "Southern's Southeastern Limited"IIJackson J .
l' (.v..Jaeksonvllle Ar 7..3U" I.v. .. I r
lbpm ant 'I.'pm .JII"k"'OIllIh'r. "ant !
lO.1.Iipm. '.r..Wtt cru.s.' ....1.s LPtiuu III.451'1I1.\r' ... \\ ..}..ro... . ..1." .11I11111 l1.I i one of the largest a.d best : CLUB REALIZES OVER Y ilIe.Atlanta Special" .
70060- .i.r...... \tlKllt" . ...L' a,41pm 1.'IIIIII1'Ar.;' .. ... ..\11",11" ...1., I.tlllll:: New : ..
England
8.dpo, Ar..Evansville.: . Lv 1I.'iulI1:! 1illl1l11: HirflllIglall1..I.; .. among summer rvsortlostelrkb "Florida Specialtlf
: i.-\r. .Opll1 $tOo FROM RECENT PUBLIC EN t .
S.48 am A.r..t'hlcago./ .1., 11.51111111 7.1.S 11111 ..... l!hl"o .....1., 9.I Ipntt/ I the owners of this hotel I .
f.20&01 r..Mt.r.oul". .. It "' .551'111 1.1I'IIII.\r.. .. Mt. l.oui.. ..Lt Il.:.:ltpnl' I .
and J the tourists are assured the ho- TERTAINMENTS.

For Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or Write I I t el will be conducted along the I], f SOUTHEB.f.J..FAIL: W'Y ..

iume: lines which has; made it sol It may be inter*iing for the puoliv : : I. .
A. W. FRITOT Division Pass. Agt. W. D. STARK Traveling Pass Aft. I IUS : .
Copular in the t."hre to know what: are the net rtceipts : .
1 1rk pa- the late
WEST BAY STREET . . JACKSONVILLE, FLA. - -.- - - .- -- --- .
lohn Anderson has been the !moving! : of the rew.it carnival /;ixn .

..........................................t.......... spirit behind the Mt. Washington'' for the benefit of Is'and l'urk trade: I FLORIDA SPECIAL. SOUTHERN'S LIMITED.SOUTHEASTERN ..

since; it was built )Ir. Kenm-y has I It't"U !. the able management Mrs.:: C. M. West and; Northwest. ..........I
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t STEAMER ? I i1111der.' : Washington New York and the East. "
> hU pupil and is thoroughly l chairman of i'he civic i : tiepartnif !':
alt i .
OHlOka I Lv Jacksonville.. .. ..... 7.40 a. m. -
Cherokee 1 River iccompli'sihed, to continue the S31Ut"I nt of the Pa'nie to club.; At'U r Ar Atlanta................ .5.00 p. m. Lv Jacksonville.......... 9.00 a. m. .1.....u

: iberal i and hospitable policy of lr'l' all the bills are p.iil i'he proctds Ar Chattanooga............<)-35 p. m. Savannah .............. 1.10 p. m. .

i FOR t I i.'Anderson, considertU one) of tliy lestlotel I will amount to about $t7Z. The delartment ; Cincinnati ...............s.OO a. m. Lv Columbia .............. 6.40p.m.Ar U
wishes to thank all tthu'< I Ar Louisville ..............8.40 a. in. : Washington ........... 8.53a.m.Ar ; .
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1 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. i r men J.i the country. Mr. Henley I Ar Chicago ..................n.25) p. m. Baltimore ..............10.02a.m. f.Ar f.1 r
is thoroughly) acquainted with aided so materially In making siMi asuccess it
Ar C'len.land..3.I5 p. m. Ar Philadelphia..l2.:3: : p. m.Ar
: < ..i The largest; fastest and only boat stopping at the J both;> in the north in the summer' of the other two entertaiim rats ___ r. .

J upper cabin. :;eoson and in the south in the win- given for the purchase ol a curtain, ,: .. 'j,
FLORIDA LIMITED. JACKSONV1LLE-ATLANTA
'It er seaem.: and :i., well known and' for the audio;'}.Jm of the ,u.I.! l o t r
t : West and Northwest. SPECIAL. .
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2 j I''''opular with the tourist puMkAs'' school), from which the siin; : of :?: ."> I lien|

t Firs class Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin .1 tl nunager of the )It. Washington ho1 I was realized. This muk; a to ;i I.v Jacksonville-...... ... ,.h..) p. m. Between Jacksonville_ and Atlanta. .
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..................................................... t,.1 1 and Hotel Clarendon he :is placed: i in I $HJ:;II' raised Ly the cvk-: tl.! ;i..i- 7i..-.. .\A'lunta 5.20 a. m. Lv Jacksonville...........S50 p. m. .
.\ ? "Uisville ... ...... ........ .
: .55 Ar :Macon
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the rank Palmetto Club: tlrs '
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l I LouisvilleandNashville 1 Steamers U.S.A. -- -- iNtroitAr ....... ........ .;.30 a. in. Asheville. N. C. I Ml

+ 1 Itirminghain.. ...I 12.15 noon I.v Jacksonville.. .. 9.00 a. m.Ar I r.
a= .999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 i Kansas City. .. .....Io.:. a. m. Asheville ... .. . ..7 00 a. mAr .
T AND | ei Ar Colorado Springs..... .'.1.; a. m. Cincinnati . s.OO a. m. I : Palmetto.I.I.Ier

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Nashville: ....... ........ 7.33 pm .'' i I I d'vc'.rK: f i!>:?, : are large a|

..... Leaving Daytona Saturdays and ; ..Hit.-siiii'. t: I vice is adni
I ArSt. Louis I. & X 740am i on I"|ir-iiii r
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Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. I i : ,.,..10 J.HI.I. .
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LY C11AStsanuoi n .. ......113; h4! ,;; Ci I and Tuesdays at 9:00: a. m. I Write or Inquire; on the Premises' No. 39 South, Ridge; '.ood Avenue.M99999999n99999999999999W999991HH II I"I"WIth .r 1.......


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South Atlantic I II II I- servIce. lighted i II
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I I i I F. E E TIME I TABLE electricity ai\d capacity for sixty cabin passengersis .

z; Lv Jitksitav'l'' '?.lt.L... M5 pm i 1 1 now being operated betweenDAYTONA 1 I : 44K 'M

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Three fsrst class Electric Lighted i Elect rig Lighted Throughout. :I:: :111. 4.Sp !s Sip''' I2s: : 'pli I 1 1'1' OrmonJ! :t Yip, Vvi. II. \f 44.: 1.... .
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t : each train a la Carte. I II !I.a; 3 ::!t'n I : *li "u'i 'p 1 .V'p'I .Miami' :) .f' a 7 4.'j a 1 1"11I t l. ".., 'f'.' I I American I tlVc

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Nashville R. R.
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Daytona Thursdays 8:00 m.
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1 ., 113 W.Bay St.. Jacksonville' ,Fla. CHICAGO, SI. lOUIS ;. ... ... I i I: Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8:00:_-a.-m. I, I :.......

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.' i 'I HOTEL DESPLAND .l tfJ \\D AREOPLANES 'j HOTEL CLARENDON i iI


i ie NEWS OF THE HOTEL; .
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I ;: ,: ', ''' 1 i SEABREEZE :

best k.kinds of : I Daytona, Florida OF (CURTISS I FLORIDA :

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keto .i NOW OPENL. = .
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ti i I. i M. \VAITE Owner and Manager. Day Mrs of F.Sioux S. Day City and Iowa the have Miss t re-< I I: THEJ1 S.LED S. : ri:

a turned to the Oaks after a s.ay Oi 1 -rt ,

: : i Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all : ten days at Palm Beach, and will remain i .., Csy Now N' 0
: in Daytona for the balance of I :
] Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern 1
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y condition. t the season. HAVE AIL OTHERS : iIld'!
: Convenience. Send for Booklet. : ____ I .: Booking Oft cer :

1 t CONCERTS DAILY. : Among recent arrivals at .ite IK?s- I I Seabreeze Florida E. L. POTTER, President .

. :' [riand are A R Doten and wife, For; III 1 1 MAKING i EXPERI I 1ENTS. :: Hotel Blackstone Chicago :
age. t 'I'i : .. 1180 Broadway. New York W. S. KENNEY, Manager .
: l'i Bummer? Address: ATLANTIC HOUSE, NarrapansKt Pl r. Rhode Island. land Me, L Washington! Jackson ., .

NN NN NN NN NN NN....NN NN NN NN,.I,: \ille! Blanche! M )la ',hew, Mrs G 1 1Majhew B ......................................................
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Grand Rapid: Mich, San
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............0 0.0.0.0.........N......NNN0/0.N.. uel D Helfiech and wife, Baltimore USE IN MAKING HIS
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t i TION FLIGHTS HERE Sarato g a .0.1

;) : THE RIDGEWOOD arrivals at Schmidt's: htel < THIS MONTH EXHIBI-I JOHN J. i

Mrs J A Richardson, Xew Ha.
;i. i : are TITE INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better in G

) } E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor.: ten Conn Bert Fish, Chas E :MeCrory. Important among the features of Florida. Table of! the best of everything ia season. Terms .* reasonable as
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C D Landis. J L MeCrorj, ',
I j. tbe aeroplane tournaments: to Le I the service will permit, gireii on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No. 112
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i1 i Elizabeth King, DeLand, Lewis J
) ; NOW OPEN. tield at Daytona: for threw days be- t 999999999999999999999999.99.99Q9999999Q999999999991tTHE
Zahn, Xew York X Y, Mr and )Irs
;nnig MarchS: : is; the appearancef .
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<, ,.j All departments will be managed by white Northern help, :! VV I Iys ''' Orlando J C Doerner the lead in advancing the

sweating over a selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white : Md.Recent science of aviation alon,; practi a: BENNETT : ,! t

trying to get I : i used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : uses during the past: year. First m : DA'S TON.\.. ri.OUIDA. 5 i{ 1
L(: help Hotel
ie on time when arrivals at the City cross country flights from city to Now opvii for th. tin I"0 "ii-on uml. 'i" th. il'"' rul, iiuinMr' |,,> nu nt <>f \ U. and 11-:. Il t I i
'f i with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the i ire H X Diffenbach New York A .A.F:. 1'01'1'11'101'>' ( tfa-ton, .. . 1 hK un,. tt !" !tar-t ,'UIM> to. v i 1\ put" 'tu'ular. Tin- .. t
first Le used in Lomb drop nlnl hOlllt'lIk-
{?ity; I ito : f.mur' :n." -KUH'un tutu "bit. n.pu.x.- 1I''n' lion"1 8 a>
Waldron, Philadelphia, Chas V\ at IIKIV,,11.( r. and n !(K'iiHnii., .c.n t'I\'IIIII/I'- l>oul'xnrd. Klclf \\oc..II\! ". nti Twotfii- I
r finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, La D )Morns ping experiments; first used for ill* courts. ,::"1'1111' Hot I wilt li. ". 11'11111"> inonlli <>( April 0
I Smith, Xew Orleans: : , !
.1 lemont-ilrat.ct! : : s of aerial sharp: shoo:- Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages Marblehead. Massachusetts. J
House, Shelter Island, N. Y. i II W Michael Savannah,
address
IRON hI. Summer .: Proprietor Prospect Chicago, 111. I IDaw E ng by an officer of the United: ....0............N.....5................NNNNN.N 1 1t
: :.e.NNNNN....N. 0 NNNNN.....NNNNNN.T ... 3a, GV Boogher, SX Louis, R states: arID; fist: to fly from <.llt-: t

1 son, Louisville: C R Jordan F I f' leek of a United Stale; crui&' r. and ........................._....1...""............ !
--- -- -- Jacksonville C Jackson) ,
r Dojle. >o5sibly most important of all, the
I illorkol.IO1ISIOI........... .............. ............ G L Smith DeLand. iTsit, aeroplane from which" wire- I i THE PROSPECT I i ii I


tiTHE 0a t PRINCE GEORGE : Late arrivals at the- Ridjjewood anM I IW machine ess message was in was flight ever' sent the Curtifs while the bi- i 109 South Ridgewood Ave. I I I 1!

Riddle and wife Ravenna, 0, 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R station and Post-office. ,, 1
DAYTONA FLORIDA : plan has done to demonstratehe : ,
more
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: Fhos Gibney, Marguerite BrumanS'ew II Steam Heat.

I = Hilyard Holroyd d, Proprietors |: York B Meislest and wife, M Ir; practicability of the aeroplane /loll Mr. Foster p. j. DOYLE Proprietor..I! I '
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: Louie: Perrin, Chicago,
I J andIrs .. .. .OOriNMt/.NtttlOloieg0oN0i t
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.t': Conceded to IDC the best situated Hotel in this section. !: S i Etchberger Jacksonville Henr'ood ; hap any other flyer It will be demonstrated :

Irons and are : Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. 1 1f : \ and wife Savannah Ga II I IflanJey here by J. A. D. McCurdy, : .. .................... ....N.......................
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\bo Is one of the p-oueers: in lUieeiperLments. :: : 4
Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : and wife. :Miss Harriet Han
Pool Room. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
1t .e Steam Heat Throughout. : ley. North Adams, :Mass, G :MlddletoiKeihl HOTEL SENECA rOKXKK DrVALNP: OCEAN HTH. :
r Besides Curtiss himself: McCurdy .
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I D White Help in Dinin: Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st _. London I has done as much as any othtr one 4 ENTIRELY NEW. *
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) S I Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Raynor of men in hte preliminary experimental Albert Bennett Proprietor C. R. Bennett Manager *
Ice-! TbePrlneeGenrge Pier Is the only landing Jn I'll)toca fcrH-t. Augiutlnt-rnd I {
tric 0 : 111.. arri\ed Monday fioni work which is: eventually to make tile 4 *
: Palm Beach boats. Particulars with pleasure Campaign reckoutd :: A NU' I'lucf for Nk' P oplf Running: '''ut''r. :strain 1I"Rtlull I'honf In Furry:
visit to Palm Beach and :Miami and emplane a thing I ito Le ,
. }tooth White Hr\li. Tttrou,itiout. .jafr Mr. Foster *
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THE BRISTOL, A&bury Park. N. J. : guests cf the Bennett on XortlRidgewood nth in warfare at: well! icS conimerully. : ::
: Same Man :gemcnt as ire .. .............................. .
-o. a'enue.Ir.: and :Mrs:;. Mr. Curtis started the p>ar'slevelopments 4 .10................ ..
f :/JjH. Mr. Foster :

:.I/IIIiIIOI.I.I,................III............eiiue flaynor have visited: Daytona in set with his I hstorlc: flisrl; ::......................................................
00000000. rat past seasons. Mr. Raynor :iu :a from Albany to New York ci.y: when x
H H. MANWILLER. Proprietor
--------- -- of Mrs. \V. B. Chi'.tenden: hewon the Xew York World's prize : NEW SEASIDE INN FLORIDA
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M>Ui DAYTONA BEACH
.iai.BOBOB.B.Btl' .B.B.B0BtB.B.B.B.B....*....B.BtB.B.B.. of this> city and of C. H. Raynor ofDa.tona of $11I.11I4I1J.> It is a notable fact ,that :

0010000000000. r .. ; Beach. Nheu tliU prize was offered about :: This new and ..ele.t .irmly( hotel 1 has just been: enlarged:: and rein:nished : t'

: I eight months btfore11':\ Curtn! s JKomplulied for( the stasou 1910 I to meet the requirements of its growing patronage.
GABLES
Imit : THE NEW Recent arrualss at the Haini.to: : (' the feat on hs: first a. :: Furnace Heat Hot and Ct Id Baths Electric and Gas Lights: Call Bells :

I . : : thought; next to ('s :: Rates $2.50 per Day and (Upward.; Weekly Rates on Application :
:einp, it was iiup
ains : "- .Mr and Mrs D C Borroughs, To-I .
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Daytona Fla. I ire : !ht'I "'::1111111"I \0101'I ll">1| I r I I I. 111-\ 11.tho.I : ur.1 n 01111' :N' t I. .
. s I Irontn E G \\Vob and si isle for an aeroplai.t-: to make : .

4ILW'Y 1 .. S NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY. t.Jret-iiwich.: Canada Ct. Mrs J B hates wie'i lrs: I rip and the conditions: overuin, th- :-.-..-....-.-.--..-.-... .........................-......---..-..-.-.-.--.-..-
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: w I LOCATED CONVENIENCE EVERY MODERN AND : S P Campbell, Independence, Iowa,I 'ontei.t for the prize wt-re siK-lt\ thatirigible : : -.-.i.-.-.-..-.--..-.-.-.-.-.-...........................NO........

dll ' .. .. .. Irs John P Irwin, Worcester Maw 1 baooi.a!! wei' aJso free to .
COMfORT.
cial" I .. *iiiI1iI.5,. E: M Nettle-ton\ I Covington'a: I ul: enter: i "The Ivy Lane Inn"! i

: w Steam Heal Throughout lane; Reynolds, M IwaukeeVis' i I One of the most iini>nruiiit of 'lit> I

John Joyce, Chicago, lie.latsun ,;eries of practical exiKTiaien's that: people.: Central location. :
.Jo"t'e. : A High Grade House catering (to the frost pzr'icutar
I : l S. H. MOSELEY : ::> Fay Harmon! Lake lle'euHis. ,!Ilm\'e be-n conducted was the wir.eas .'- 1. S3.CO and 54.CO per day-S17.50 and higher per week.

: = = wt '! I TL.' .XiliiiLlon Proprietor..TlltIu..alhll..hlll,1 I .: ) PuaVilUy.! Liberty I X Y. :Mad tat trial ">ut ut the, Sh.eiluly tllNt.a.- d I. ;I: Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor :.
I 1: UltM. In th's t.t
l'hrk. X. Y.. during "UIIIIII"I' olIV11. Mrs (' C Thomas Chkapu.11&1 ; .
i J I u!"cd an par.1tu.tt.'t'.nll1 di- ; ./1-iK./ Mr. Foster stN
. : 31iarlUii and wife, Lticoneh( : I
: fiolk.( Mr. Foster : 11 U LaFi\er anti wife Mrs S M l>eyoJardmer !I ignvd for the purj'Ose' by II. M. 1101"I I L ..........................NNNNNNNNN_ .NN

SOUTHEASTERN i' X J Judge J Lee McCroryeluul. ,:! !ttlll, wireless expert of high stand ;
IMITED. .......... .1.I111.iit01...0.1.1/101.IOll1.lltiliia.I.Ol. I in-g.i The sending "atioii"; was! onho I II ............;;. .... ..... 1
> D B King, daughter am .O..i
and the East.
: mouth O, Mr Lewis I Curttit; machine flown >lay d.\. OT7T7TT T I
: .k. : dlild. Plj *> ; _
u .... .. 9.00a.m.1.10p.m. i :......... ... ............g.......................: \;eik.Vm II P.erl and wife, Green I U. McOurdy, who bt.>nln tting: cue I THE Qjl. V -/ Daytona '

.............. : Elizabeth .mator was aNo! tb''''' wm-lets; : opeuior. -
Mftckpy,
.............. .6.40p.m. : \ illt'. Pa Geo C I The aerial which on ordinary t GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON. __
IJD ........... 8.53) to. m. THE HAMILTON : .N J, Mr and Mrn John B liojJeToyle rtghtas d I Surrounded by Spacious Grounds in the most delightful part of the City I. ;
.............10.02 a. m. t.; New York Mr and Mrs Clung J I Uitiois: t-tiii.ds; uj> fo: tut The guests receive the! best the markets afford in the dining room and every '

fna...........12.23 p. ta. t. K'tw *First Class : Y St Louis C \Vninr.. JHk.onxille I by a ItMifwH) <\'i>per wire suspended i comfort and conxenience: : : that a well regulated hotel can offer to the public.

.............2,31 p. cn, : and $, Fla. Mr and Mrs A Stock f.'I.Ju the aeroplane! ending" in'a I p e. \' .... .................... ................... ..
'S. 1F'' KjersonA" lof r .cult, Carper as a round:
: 1
Urlm, .lanidioa! I. 1.
I 1 I in a receiving station on t:1t: ....,.............
1 Urooklju, X Y. ...m..W. :
VILLE ATLANTA \ F I Rjtifon, .J Ji 1", ...............
tPECIAL.- .. Lights Electric Bells : I --- t f(vtf '.11't the grandtsaiid. Ilr. Ilortoi. : D\Y10NtFLA.. Under} IICN manageent ; j
: Steam Heat : Electric: I a i:. r several trus! had be, n ui.td np| Cl 1 an d taMe ;
S < 1 ilC e\T re ,,, Centrally: !lo'cah'"l'd' a 1
kso wile and Atlanti.
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i with \\tthoutjBaths: : 'TIlE[ SOCIALIST ADDRESS[ '.-ei\ed the following I1H*.;a e: and '
Elegant Rooms, o iidlxst \1 .ethic tc1rt1: heat \V. jTHE SIMPSON, Prop. : ,
lie .........S.50 p. m. i 'llortonAnother: chapter in a" t i- oleo i1. Iii h'. 1 111.1? :,,ttk' rite, 1 !t
.......4.35 a. m. : tin. : ......... i'' -.
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i - HAlll LAST MliilT :.>tl! uhi; 'xement is rm-onJ) ..m.I..M..S
AT T H U .II.1./0IO/f/0/.I.v.O/00
..... ..7.45 a. m. I t .. .
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.il1e N. C. : : MRS.\ i I. MABBETTE, 1 Proprietor :. .- ciemplane in (....:i4t.- \10'(Ci.-; lArmy l\ o.sSo t:5 l5S 09ssQt '

1If . ....9.00 a. in. t s J .I ORGANJ2ER J. L. FITTS J\ PLEASANT officers wv:, \\t.d. t.:. usTil

.....7 00 a. m I : xperunent en.hus.dt. :'< ; ,\ de1'la.: ,! I
: ..fiolJMr.. Foster DAMON \. FLORIDA 1 I SPEAKER--PERSUADED TC< .
......S.OD a. m. : Palmetto A\einte .: ''tht' 'ndu1: ?:; "f th.. \\ I" :' !mi t i-' 1 1 1 ?..14OVERLOOKING

..,I cuaehr.and.iignatrt : 0............................................. ...s..... : REMAIN AND LECTURE AGAI!"I 'rtnu an aeropl.n, : 11.., ilit! oii'x I THE HALIFAX DAYTO-A.: FLORIDA : j I I

Jr . ... _. I hud : :.ed totter ai I:u i -
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ter. 4- --- -- G \\ SWAN, Frcp'.JCtorElectnc
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|r I'hkliNCi1.FF'.A.ranu0unicutr. : : I the fl.xiiij: 1Il:1'bint' V
with .........I....rb.i.I.I.I........11.I.....I.1.I.1.1, \ '-day n:;JUM Organizer .I. I.. :, the in warfarJIeeM uo'fultitr.-'. of LiMs and CaU Bells. Steam Heat. Hot and Cold Water I I I IN

ETTIT Jacksonville.! D. P. A.FU.i . I : SCHMIDT'S HOTEL I Fitt-, (.t the S K-ulist part. spok, I : .0....................W..So ........0N.MN..._.. NM

i :n the firkin hall on North': L'ecictret t arrivals at the Oaks .pI --. ------.---.- -- -- - Y

i 5 Florida I t, to a hirge and attrtil"'*' atilunce Irs U I> Thotnpkii.s! Nt w York. :N .......
SchmidtlProprietor' Daytona !> .. "..I.He..oeee.
: Henry ............O..eoe.
Kivcr. 'Tone mite from f Atlantic The language!; was so t'm':: Y. Mrs J S Cunninphaju Mrs TV
Halifax
0 Situated on the bank of the : umlei 'tantiinil W VV ('\lrr\ I MRS. D. J. CUMMINGS.
with bath. Sleeping' rooms child could : McMitgoinery. Mr
suite or pUthat a
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single en
: Ocean. It has fifty looms PINES 1
The cuisim and service I illu"r'atwllj:: UV B flute. St lj.'u.- I THE Proprietress
, r are large, airy, and tearly all have sunny exposure the forcible\ hitt, apt ounrstottn, .
: is admirable. Rates, $3.00 per day and up Sptrcwllrates toi| families: and pointed' witticwiij: dreere'.. Mo, Ttws 11 Prior and wife. lleljn.r; ,. attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct I

r on application. I (intent applause or laughter. The lettr <' X J, :Mrs\ F S ly. :\t.s: \bbie l 1M\ I-IAn of the proprietress. II 1i I ;

:IllolrIIIII ........................'..................... --.. instead of temp abusive an ] I M Bess ljoui" Day, S('.I i':x t'lty, K 41\\< a. supervision Avenue DAYTONA FLORIDA. 1 ir'I i
Ridgewood !
iH-:>:i iniis\ ;tit", N as old'l1atuTtd. optui'rt.t l. Mrs Uwjght Ba>>n_>st. r. :MLCd.. Lltaiiii.ter 338 South i I Ii
the Nc. Mui>iu>lia, AsburPark. N JThe
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; and e\11' laudatory.The Ottumwa. la. tl S T 11
WAN .i.I.1.....I.................I.r.I............. speaker made a strong pk::l and wife 1'1'0\ idt'm'f' R 1, K M J S..-> ........eooe...0.!.........o...............0....i..0. i r

I Ib 113 South Rid wood Avenue. l<..ithe rtadn.s: of standard auMioit.iiixe '- U-l and \\ite. cling. L Srt'bel. W.N: M S k : S.,

MAGNOLIA S : works by Socialist *rit.T4:::;' 18 Miller Winchester. K.t. )Ii .*. V n! ;

ONS. : THE LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. 1 then! he ansnend several qutetivrl,; nine \\. \1ilo.! >r.Ii. : ,,s AnnF: V.'NShelb ;'! ':' I The OSBORNE III

N vegetable and fruit on the plate: Furn.cejheat( RATES 52.CO per aid 1.,tr.buted: cop:fs of the Soda:I. I >'. X C, :\JiSUI':;' "" \ I tko/.I./ ." Willmer .
milk
Fresh ,
trvice, lighted I. day and up; $12.00 per week and;up .-c platform! and other Uurature.! :-orri.: to".l}. Fa. \\ I >M: \I! P .\. OSBORNL I'ropROOIMS '

Imhl; !.) .--- KiK'i'} Only Modern Lonvcriieues50c +t
IiI N TinSocial's were ! [n passengers CELESTE OINKS, Proprietress. V: : .. .. 75c and >1 00 day r t
: /lax Mr. Foster MRS. ! il! Ith: the let-ture! that th' I Mr and Mx: F \\ S bk. . Lx-clU'!: TaiKae- : jcr 1 i 4'
reen I .I.I.I.III.I.rlM. I'\ !:1! ,d::1'! \\:.iiikt.c', \\"..-., 1.1'( l I"t'i ::11.\1 i. J : Moderate i>2 50 to 600 i' .r week
: .....IO1...........I.I.I IO1 1"1. ; :..(!1. M':' Pt's: t< "Mil.i! : Sttam Heated Room 11 Orange Ave NPJ
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;::<' ': z 2l, iVi Ducks. r 1,1 ORMOND-ON-THE-HALirAX .
: L ; ; Th Roar of China's F. Successor E
; I" Tourists ia China are always surprised Henry Lippittv to? .
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:. than In all the rest of tbe world. I ed on the west : Touristsi i
-t. =:.c.. i> >f the Halifax .
;" z :-> Their voices are a familiar sound In I I :
every town and country spot of the "he location ,
s AN
.n permit A PRINCE ;
of the vast Lsft&
II i ]rABREEZE and DAYTONA' seacoast and the Interior ..mlnageandct
CHAS. F.BUROMAN. BEACH, two enterprising and DAYTONA empire. Even In the large cities ducks sanitation; ,
progressive towns on the Halifax abound. They dodge between the cool- .. > elevation: Is su Autocratic
Peninsula are geographicallyone BEACH ies' legs. They flit squawking out of '. .wi ':";,". ,"'> and Ideal for Ormond ; A\t\
I although incorporated as .ep the way pf the horses. Their Indignant s < :v; 'n :! 'V v.uter; homes. A fully Ignored
THE rate municipalities. The towns par PHARMACYJames quack will not unseldoin drown [' f I Ira vide bridge con and try II Luxurious Bat
REAL allel the peninsula north and south the roar of urban commerce. Children ,.;. [ n.eta Ormond with over that tl'wtlttna DI'W propriated and
for a distance of from three and one- F. Dobbin ; I .-muond Beach. Course. Musle at IOU the
ESTATE half to four miles, and extend cast Proprietor herd ducks on every road on everypond o f :Many fine homes ham house 11 "Ira. Tarter Wilts :ij
DAYTONA' BEACH on every farm on every lake on I now
and west from the surging seas of ..yo maintained on Just flCluv l\opPIDI tlav Germany on thij
MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything Usually every river. There. Is no back yard ether aide of the at BRETTON! 1.Wif.I i. which of
Carried In a First without Its dock house. There is no I ', know
River, the beautiful tide water I' tu-er most of them 00L.BogtL ;
FOR Class Drug Store little without its duck \ { Tarter grumble; !
stream that sets them apart from boat or great surrounded.by >ubplcal --
Daytona with which they have close Our Prescription quarters.. All over the laud there are :' flora. and be always did. a
SEABREEZETlMmOPfEA Is Complete
communion by means of three Department In everyRespect great duck hatching establishments f' : rubbery,betidesUrlfty OALL Oy tried to look on

[ BOIS bridges, as well as a half-hour ferry many of them of a capacity huge v' < orange and pR WRIT TO ; things we lost .li
service. 'Phone 103BRANCH enough to produce :TjO.OOO young ducks ". ... ith T citrus' fruit '
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Pko. 177 Beach bappened upon a|
Seabreeze and Daytona arc r !1tea. : MACON
every year. Duck among the ChineseIs '
essentially summer and winter resorts as %r Ormond has many lowed a trerneml
a staple delicacy. It 1 is: salted' awl l .
and are making hundreds of \.: ,,. r 'ractlol1sexcel. thrown in grj
friends among those smoked like: bam or l et f.-New Yock .. I THORNTO ; flies
new every year i-nt automobillng
SONNTAG l1, But
tariff was. ]
desire to the discomforting World.
who escape & nod; fishing safe .
extremes of heat and cold, and : y floating and many ORMONOIN tbe foreign till
INVESTMENTCOMPANY their hotels and boarding housesare NICHOLSON Willing to Be Reasonably: ; I luasant drives. i IF : around us. We
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now receiving splendid patron- FEED AND LIVERY "Do you uoliett :ia Iois engagements < : At Ormond Bach pride for that.
age from the most discriminatingclass ?" be asked after she had (i located the large IN
consented -
STABLEAll PROPERTY it. at tbe I
have If
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of tourists. r/-- lotel Ormond and. ;
to be his. ORMOND
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The ocean itself, with its marvel- Orders Given '* lesser sister then OR' we were quarter
Dc ir..blc t us beach, hard as macadam and Prompt Attention "Yes. denrest." she repliwl. "I have t ( >tton Inn. Thermt'r He ORMOND' BKAOB: ': a hotel where apied [
Locat'ons in smooth as a floor is the greatest attraction .' Careful Drl".rlFamiliar always thought it was shelf n mistakefor L .A iR i/ : occupies a. Business Will Give yOUr n suit of nj
of although earth, air and sky with lWi1d'tE.A.BRANCH' two people to rush Into matrimony osltlon overlook? Prompt
any part seem to have entered into a combi- before they learned to really know 'i:? the Halifax and Attention three English tot
Seabreeze nation to enhance its every charm. each otRT.! 'ic latter has as Its than thirty Get

The beach is the famous automobile "'Vell. :il>out bow loin: \\otild you utlook the monl dropped our boot
race course where every world'sstraight.away Real Estate A ettBonchCottnges beach and
ant the
I Offices: EiansrUle, record has been made, wish the vnjMsement; to be?" road: Atlantic. JAi.J UIIQ1ORMOND In the vain bop
Indiana and "Let We Me.' Wouldoii. think!;; it jieath. But ala
Boabret-ze,Florida and all these records it continues tc a (II1Jf'clultySfLDfN'S I Besides the broad FlySlanufaetnrerol
hold without rivalr was too Iwiis: if vcdidti t get married mouth beach therere first floor, and w{

The beach has a width of 300 to I until a week;; from next Thursday", many drives for Pure Home-eta.t glimpse,of him
500 feet and cm be used from two pbicago 1:1"t'ol": -lIerald. ; z. ' irrlages and auto- &
IICONTRACTOR BURDICK hours after until two hours before I I .;4; a4H noblles around OrAonddrives GUAVA JflILINARMAl.AD2S his high pitched,I
voice and the (>0'
high tide, thus giving an average of DAYTONA BEACH Fellow: Worms. i; to and
ANO -ralet botjguage
and BUILDER :seven or eight hours for automobile of of his
Oottagesa8pec1alty ..ing some part of e?-h day. Dry Goods Shoes, Before Longlellow; bought; the house i tirough-olden\; groves TROPICAL which r
E*t dfttes furnished Seabreeze and Beach each Men's Correct in Cambridge sex associateditu his -' oranges; PRESERVE "'
Daytona
drives through described a8
I trep"ni Speclvl AnentlM thej
All Work Guar- Wear ; to
It owned and! l .
of was oe. upie.l by
anteed.Seabreeze. J have a permanent population approximately memory : t forests to Rpan.I Ffemfljr Order It "wasthe last]
1500. Sanitary ordinances Across from old Mrs. Craigie.; Mrs. Crliit; was a .K>.>.T AWMMPanAmerican
aortda IJ I The Hvuslchi Inn I, t-h. ruins; drives-to &91. '. Parker and I h:
J! are strictly enforced streets woman of many e--centriclies.! Someone he ancient Cans LzposltionBnrao .
: hotel to pack .om'for j
and sidewalks are well kept, and .once tried to }lI'r"I1IIIIlt'r to have j I way built by slavesof west Indla Ipo4.
V. C. GRANT new streets arc being opened as fast t her trees tarred to protect. them from ENItY LIPPITT, chosen to succeed Nelson W Aldrich In the planters of long ton! -Charlntoa .. the station
A. V ANDf VORDContrnetor Louisiana ParchaM ter and dustier
as the increasing population de caterpillarshich al.so invaded. her United States senate belongs to a prominent Rhode Island family: ,'o,. and drives to Exposition,8tLoul .
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PLUMBER mands. Besides hotels and boarding i for neighbors'i trt't.'S. She refused to be *.o but his fame except among those acquainted with the cotton manufacturing I rh plantations- alwaysenergetic. !

Water, steam and ]houses there is ample cottage acco- MASON WORK cruel to the C'Il>rl''ilia rs. "Tbey are' busIness those Interested yachting, has not extendedfar fitxpttoMe settlers lie bathing place
Gas Fitting \rhote places are replete of a swim. 1 fcl
I modation for all winter visitors in ot All KindsConcrete our fellow \\orms." she said. outside his native- state. lie has been Identified with the Republican partyin t
with the Inter
and Parker want j jto
Phone 1UZBDAYTONA I both towns. Curbing.bldewalks,t.tt' Rhode Island all his life,, but has principally devoted himself to the textile ..-..t of Southernfruits MOUND6ROYE kill time. Trl

FLORIDA BEAOII All the attractiveness of Seabreeze DAYTON BF.AOIlFITZGERALD Somewhat Surprised. business being proprietor of several cotton mills. lie 1 Is a brother of Charles and flowers.
ORANGESand face In at the <1
j applies to Daytona Beach the two "Why didn't your boy enter college?" Warren Lippltt. who was governor of Rhode Island fifteen years ago, and his One!the mostlntenjtlng -
familiar lowerinj
1 towns being so similarly situated. "He couldn't pass the examination.: : father for whom he was earned was previously the chief executive of the of theM
PINEHURSTPeninsula ;The development of Daytona Beach "Do they bate to pass an examination : : state. Mr. Lippitt won by a bare majority on the'Joint ballot though he had plantations Is at tbeheadwaters GrapefruitBestOrowli bright and" alert J
of the "I say, he ej:|
has! been fully as phenominal as its & ? I thought all a college: boy ueed- the backing of the "organization" Republicans lIe lacked one of a majorityin
Halifax and known almost under LI
DriveDaytona !sister on the north and each year ed was some funny t:lotbes."-Pitts- the house, but the senate gave him two more than a majority which gave .
ut Moundgrov It bathroouj
Beach found
OATES a
I Modern Conveniences. there is a substantial growth. The burg Post. him victory. Mr. Lippltt is a member of the New York Yacht club and he None of the finest Grove ont ;AIlg1Itine.AutomobUe.*. -bath full of tel

RatesReasonable. great sand dunes have been leveled I LAWYERS owns several fast boots. He not only owns. but saUs them being a real or:ngegrovesonthe: RoAd 10 Mile mometer In It-|
and handsome homes have been His Motive. yachtsman who can handle the tiller and direct the !let of the sail*. lIe was K: ist Coast of Florlrt North of
Mr. W. ". Freeman built for both and all.year.I I Pillow I realized till three HOTJSL ORM05DDeed els oh the rail
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Proprietor Daytona Fla. never board Sir Thomas Llpton's yacht Shamrock as the representative of tbe New ( and Is amid very shall I do'"

round occupancy. I years ago why Dobson was always York Yacht club when Lipton made his tint attempt to "lift" the America's pr..tty.urroundlngsIoundgro6\ Knox any "Do!" I replie''i

preaching patience. Boulsters-What cup. Ae the successor of Senator Aldrich. long a commanding figure la. tha. the Daytona-Saint Is on Beed Company! and let me knov|
made you realize it then? Pillows senate. Mr. Llpplf: course will be watched with interest. "
Augustine: road. BULOW Ponoflw I IJ ed.
lent him $10.-New York Globe.
A.I Your. Occupation. A correspondent or toe i>e.. _., I lIesn.t long
: Every occupation lifts itself with the- Sun says he overheard. the following: ing wonderfully
i Fine J Job b P .
Printing I The early bird w'e'\e often heard enlarging life of him who practices! Theboys came out from over in between mail had JiM! ana ]
Gazette News Office. Is the one of whkle, I>'.ast. Finely executed few minute
The occupation that will not do that those houses. Here are five oj
-4 Sometimes he gets the worm and then J b P
Sometimes lie, no man really has n right to occupy prepositions in a bunch. Can this JobPrllltIug g at I also found! the)
...as acasu..w............ ...... ... 1 : : beta: on toast. I
w rK Ktf ..... ,>...,"> Chicago News. himself about.-Phillips Rrooks "r(('()('d. be broken? this OECC.FYaluable . his direction I
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bath was halt fu'

a set of clean, nj
wm hung on the rail

gods gave and alI ]

wanted more

perimented uimnj
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City lots on Ridgewood Avenue gtt floor aged I attacked hc to and

the and wheel it was arotinl nil .I if

As I did M> Ush
fla",b. This wn

pared for him :

obsequious valet ]

certaintof. i lip :

Joy that barb: asa |

bail (h.run.i I

English tourKts |

serene lligttn.ss

admit utu-ii 1 I ll

These Are lost nu time iiij

Bargains great fourth iieus.flour and age

Ing it wHir nipt'

In, looking supr j
first time on tbf j

"The bathing

snarled. "1I ul
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WE own lots on the west side of Ridge- gars they nre"'

Not nil of tin!

;: wood Avenue each 109x400 feet. to you him worry the old i.oH cj

and he was oft I ij

absence we the,]
; These lots own bags and b
cleared and
are make one of returned, fresh

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IIlll1i the prettiest building sites in' Daytona.For I "A asked"What clinker"careless sort oj!:j


all] put ready

a quick sale we and everything.: .
are making a price bad was witharranJeml'nt


$1750 for either "It was a bit.on
I one or $3200 for both. "It turned on

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Ill $1750 ""I""har left. tr time tlf'a I
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bags: Iud went

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%STEALING A.BATH NEVADA'S'.s E ANTHEM. i iA | table and would often have them sup Tom and Bill grew up In the earn
: with fclm. Yet to make his home town
Ipm was clever
and lazy Bill Splendid
f quieter tie spent 100.000 in shiftinga ; an indflft-ious plodder. f Piece f
ON THE HALIF I J I thU Reno striking(N'ey.even) hotel audacious manager per.has ..4 ptrblie road. "Tom Is still shiftless; I suppose/ IA off .

--J < venture of f'a Trio trt) English version of the national hymn f He was a great friend f Blondin. said an old resident on returning to .
i it 5 miles ;< "America" circular the old walker who crossed' Ni
advertising rope
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|Daytona, ,Tourists .In .German his hotel; Z / agara. Blond taught; him to walk:: ".\nd town after old twenty years absence. I
Bill Property
>the a the Halifax wed Drive;, ; F"" Sweet Nevada state tte of of liberty.thee *A' the rope and he frequently Invited be's left poor over a million Is !dead' eu, and i jJ j

the villagers; to see him perform. On I
|ti4 locationn : Of thee I sing \ I "Yes. that's right" a native replied. .
permits Straight 1 fA PRINCE AND A PRIVATE TUB State where our fathers flee! (<> suchoccasions he always wore li h "But the latest news about Tom Is
atnageandaanltatlon t ,; State that sets mothers. free ; TO Marriage because of thee. 'y an ancient Saxon family of which |
tloa It ia-. Was Hath lost Its sting. T' I Henry Neville Dering is the head. He "The
:. jis-Autocratic Highness Shame- ;! I doctor says you have but an Loomis Avenues.
Ideal for Ormond ; 1 r fully Ignored and Enraged, and His My state that holds the key %: left an only daughter; who Is now baring hour to live." | !
mei. A That sets the shackled free the lawns mowed for the first time I "Give "
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L" i Luxurious Bath Was Shamefully Ap. I love me pen and paper: said the
ridge COB- find ; thy name. i- :
try ft fete In a generation. .
dying .
man :
feebly."To
d.r1Vt ,
and Abused. I love
mond with over that r riated thy lawyers' ways

fine Beach.homes. ,, 'club course Ii am house. :Music new 11 at a.m gOlf'the : ,:.,0.j : :ppparker, Wilks and I had been -doing" The Thy briefness dazzling divorcees of their stays i,: Saving Her. Strength. I. "No;make I am your going will to T.give tbe doctor f| EDMONDSON & DONNELLY i iThe
now Their little Doctor My dear J I
SitMned on i lust across ltoPPlni tbtt " >Germany on; the cheap, and I don't game. .) 'been madam:: you've I my note for thirty days. He will haveto I IJ
eSe of the at BRETTON!: 'By I :, overtaxing your strength. Trj keep alive .
INJ . > (now 'which of us enjoyed it least. Reno. It Is to thee me at I least that long to ..
lit i Oou } wearing: less Jewelry.-Life. ,
of them I Boots ; 'i Daughter of liberty. I v>IWt it."-Jtjdg4>
Tarter grumbled ;flie most but then !
|eel b'lubfIbr... and'- I -. M'be -always did and. though Wilks and I Long To may thee thy we fle.streets resound' j .......................... l0+I...............eI.a.s..... I

yhealdosrange OAIili ON Juried to look on tbe Luiaoruus' side of with freedom's Joyful sound. (%. o ie / Do f
I Ij Scatter thy light around HANDPROPERTY : : you want to buy or : i
and'trua j bR WRITE TO I ; .r o.;. {things, we lost .flesh over'tt. We Lad From sea to sea! .

traitIhMmany I: ; i ir fiiappened\: upon a heat waje and swal- . . . . Z : : : rent t property In :
BACONTHORNTON. ';a owed a tremendous lot of dust and it's a New Book, I
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Daytona? :
u i-exc l- jrflles thrown in gratis cheap-:: ) though our I IF it's a Souvenir Novelty. i I i

lomoblUnf.ig : r', ftariff was. But we couldn't swallow LOCKSLEY HALL HERMIT it's : SILVER BEACH : j We have the cheapest : E
safe ,, something in Stationery and Engrav ag
|and many ORMOND hjie: foreign titles that cropped up WAS TIGHT ROPE WALKER. : :1 I : and the best. : :
Irlret. i around us. 'We had too much British a .i' I
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and Beach "INTERESTED ANY WAV pride .for that. And, as luck would CALL ON OR WRITEThe Extending from : i $7,500 buys one of the best residence t
the large ; IN ifcave the last town of .Eccentric English Millionaire Had j on Ridgewood Ave. Com :
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i PROPERTY it, our tour o River to Ocean : i
[Inond filter and the I ORMOND OR 1. .twe were quartered ou the top floor of i Been Friend of Blondin. I, : pletely furnished and located on :

nn. The He ORMOND will Give BEAOH You :' t. .1 hotel where a German prince occu- H. & W. B DREW CO. FOR SALE OR RENT :.1; .. corner lot. Call on a.

cnpleg a Business Prompt :' pled a suit of rooms. In our opinion England has Just lost by:! death a .

overlookfillfax AttentionORMOND I three English tourists were worth more most eccentric character: George Ed I -i.. -_. -=---= I .i I : M. L. WaggonerOffice :
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than thirty German princes and we ward Dertng. eight y-one years old. a I BINGHAM $ THOMPSON a
bal At its I I !i I r
fellow of the 45-49 W. St. ,
Royal society whose Bay JacksonvilleAND People's Stale Bank. .
I be magni !', "dropped our boots on the floor at night I Iea
leb andthe J A CARNELL t.: 'Jn'. the -vain hope that lie was under diversion lake was In to walk a tight rope ....f.....I.............. i!I .ta.s.i1.....i.....ig... I Ir
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ach there of and we never even caught a Hall and Its 1.000 acres at tbe ,villageof YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND

drives for Pore Home-Made :UmPeoof him though once we beard I Welwyt. In Hertfordshire, and for
SATISFACTORILY.We .
I and aato- r I ,HI.high pitched arrogant penetrating twenty years since the: death of his!
Iroand Orfveitoand. GUAVA JELL! voice.and .the oozy fulsome' rejoinders I wife had not been outside his park IMYIIIYStocks

MARMALADES AND of till 'Valet both articulating a language gates. Within the park be drove in
of i
granges'roVt"1 ; PRESERVES TROPiCAL which Parker contemptuously : old King George coaches swung on are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin andBonds I
leather. I
described-".he limit. He never saw an automobile
ugh trop- Sp .
Fib a sfi toy refused to look at one became 'be China and New and I
i to $pan.drlveeto r. It was 4be.last: morning (t our stay. Orangewood,
.10..1' AWAAM ...... Parker 'and :I had gone 'back to the hated noise.Though r
Pan-American ,
fnt Oaiu -BuJTa'owest Ki.position :; hotel! to jwick onr bags before departing be had millions In cash and Exclusive Novelties.Aeroplane .
j by slaves India Ezposl- for the-station. The weather was hotter large estates In Galway Ireland be
rf of long Louisiana tlon-Charleston Purchase .' and dustier than .et'er. and n ilks, I rarely spent jjny..money, permitted :;

drives to Exposition,RtLolUMOUNDGROVE energetic.had to the pub- /
(&\ ., oflettieri alway gone j
> lie.bathing place on the river In search ,
ft are re cf a gwlra. I bad a letter to write I We offer
theInteruther I and Parker wandered round the hotelto subject to prior sale and

> kill time. Presently he thrust his
I ftowrrs.. ORANGESand face In at the door. It had lost its vs. AutomobileOn advance the following Stocks
moeUo-
familiar lowering look and wore a

of 1s at these the bright and alert expression. ; and Bonds, complete descriptionof

GrapefruitBesLGrowir:- "I ," he ejaculated mysteriously |
say
I of.(tied
knownzrovw. almost under his breath "I've just Famous Daytona BeachAVIATOR which will be furnished on ap
It found a bathroom In this blighted! hole
Grove on BIt Aogna
be, finestretontbe tIneAntomoblleRoad -bath full of tepid water !n-lth a thermometer ] plication.
( 10 MilesNorth In it-clean 1 warmed towels

mid of Florl-" ORMOND otHOTBI oh the rail, and all that. What: :;.,::::: ,.:., . '," "y. '. \ . :: .. ::::--
rery :;lit
shalf I do? : ..
foundingsit e on Beed, Knox Pn' I "Do!" I replied. "Get iqto It, man '' .' .. :.\:;:i:.: : ...:.:. '. .... . : '.' .::/; >:; .:.. ::" :::JIll-
na.Ralntro..d. Beed Company! and let me know when ycu've finNh- '.',. .. :/: ... :;::JII8- T
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BULOW P .
back lookIng i' :-
He wasn't long and cams, : :- : Jill
wonderfully young and clean. The I ': .. :JIll
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mall had Just arrived and I had: spent : < :JIll:- i
Finely executed a few minutes over my letters before : 4 :::-

rinting at I also found the bathroom following ;> c" 527 000 :
. .- : ;
this office. bis directions. It was witjiout; exception : : =-

the best: I have: ever been in, Daytona, Florida, High School5s
and, to my surprise, the big, porcelain Hf1: A '
( dated 1 1909
and ., April due
bath was half full of tepid water '
.-. H set of clean, newly warned: towel J ,'.'.:ti:,/'.;. f April 1, 1929. Price $103.05and

s wwrnue rknng: on the rail. I took-what the I ;. interest yielding 4 3-4 per
} cods gave and asked no questions but Iil i .:t;;; .::. :' cent. Interest 1.
. ; wanted more cold water and experimented j ....::.....,.=: : .,. :- April
unsuccessfully with vari- j

'ous levers on the walls?. ,a last hope | 5 S900
:I attacked a cart wheel affair on the : I
.; ,'. Florida East Coast Automobile
:floor and after a stiff struggle man. "

"; aged to turn It. A flood of cold water ,: Association, first mortgage

gushed' In along one side of the bath bonds, 6s. Price $100 and
',.ad It all I could do to wrench
was:: r''
: interest t 6
the wheel around and stop the flow. yielding per cent. ,

As I did so light came upon me In a -- Dated July 1, 1904, due on or ,

Dash This was .prince's bath pre. ..- before July 1. 1924. Interest'
pared second time l his r ear'S
for him a hy>
July 1. : '
obsequious valet. It was the glorious :r

certainty the fact that made: ) me enjoy ,'& .,. ...w ? ;,x dag: na a Y uy'tc;, Y'a0.' a.i S 00::e r
that bath as 1 have near enjoyed "" 52,000 :

a bath before or since. The -Leip) 5r:. Florida % .
+ Publishing Company, '
EnglIsh tourists were our up on his I
serene highness; after all Still, I J. .l\. I). MrCritDY IN JIll 6s, dated January 2, 1893, due .a':Tr

admit, \\lien I hid: finl-ln-l; tubbing I ->w. January, 1913. Price $100 ;

1 lost no time In getting back, to the : and interest yielding 6 cent. I
: per

fourth great news floor, and again.we were I told j just Parker! : discussing the- Daring Exhibitions in the Air :-: Interest July 1 and January 1. I I -

It with rapture when ''ilks came .. )

in, looking supremely dejected for the ; : S240
first time on the tour. I[ i ..

"The bathing place Isii( open( ," heI I I : Stock of East Florida Telephone 11 q
The Biggest Aeroplane Invent Ever Held in the State of Florida
.n
marled. of
going j
-Had all the fig:, : Company at ,.
there for nothing. What dirty beg- will be the Exhibitions at .. par. N ;

prs they are!" i
= S500 1
"?\ot all of them." I replied. "Don't ;

you worry old chap." And I describedto : : '
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Peninsula Bridge Stock at 75. "
him the i oMtion: of the bathroom DA YTONA MARCH 28.29.30 r 4
/lad he was off like a hare. During his ;i ..
absence we thoughtfully packed' our : : 52,500
,
own bags and his. In ten minutes he i cyI t

returned' fresh as. a mountain daisy i I r Port Tampa 5 per cent. semiannual I iT
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and bubbling over with gratitude.: !"I A total of five flights will be made in three days, the flights to include a moo oil the touch( I ra, Water Works bonds 30 years. Par. , b 4r

-What sort of bath did you l'tr. with the fastest automobile that can be secured and a flight at high altitude over the Halifax c:II

I asked carelessly j j and the of and Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. = 525,000 '. .
"A clinker" he crUd, "and it was river city Daytona

111 put ready for me, clean towels These flights are to be given under the auspices of the Hotel Men's Association and the Daytona I :: Pensacola Improvement bonds 30 t : I
and every thin::". The only difficulty I '
hd was with the cold water wheel Board of Trade and special arrangements have been made to accommodate the crowds. :;.: years 4 1-2 per cent. Par. I/!
I
Arrangement on the floor." "
c::; 550,000(
"It was a bit stiff" t agzet-d.
I
"It turned on all rl ht." said WIlk, i NO CHARGE TO SEE TIlE EVENTS Ucita Investment; Co, 6 per cent I '
"but I couldn't turn it off." Y
: bonds, 12 years to run. $96. :
"What. did you do' we asked! together. i: A Splendid Chance to See Daytona The Prettiest Winter Resort in the World. ,

"I left It." he answered simply., '
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,"What time :are we due at the statlon : : n tQ.
?" said Parker. I ........................NN.....................1....1........................: -.. ft j ja
"Now," I replied and we took onr i' J. s'I
bag and went. : :: The New Excursion Steamer : 1..

As we descended the stairs with I SOUTHLAND
studied calmness:: ; we heard electricbells < I :: TO THE PICTURESQUE TOMOKA CABIN : 3 t'r

continuously tingling on tbe first i ( "i I' jr r sl"lr
floor a high: pitched arrogant' ; : vole : i f'f "', -

raised In anger, oozy senile tones nnswcrlng I ( DAILY EXCURSIONS. jj
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; Imploringly. We came: uix-n ; - -
the proprietor leaping: up the stairs: XnUe-ant r..">Ht :...r 1-lfKant:: f IN ",!pl.>! I H tnT.: t-:*:. r\'i.- n H"ard: separate I f.-il. \t-: fur I L:,,:"' !lot.: .. '.t-r! r r:1: :, ',t.-L : .r ( i ; rr
and .. .. I ] I I'n.. d f SI.00 the Round Trip. :]
a stream: of water leaping I: ; down :: All Mod.rne'c..ii\. "-iutn.- At tl.t- r..pu.ir: . -
.,them, ami. a couple of hours afterWard --- -- ] '
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we crossed the lH,rdor. with the r AND DANCE : I
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O. Leaves -ninwla IlridKP!. *''/ii r(, / "' i"ri 11,1.. ) t i':
secret satisfaction: that we had: "done". :: I.f'a"'S Prince <;Joorce Deck D }.tona, ')11)(> a. m. :; ,(.,? ., : ,
Leaves Ormond -. Om"Id.t] III:
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: j'L: .. Phonographs... Hewing }Machines. .. -
T!" wrftrrv, Orwkery. JSIiis-.wBr"
; : : I Cranberries I Cutlery. TucWIf. Toys and .
FUlilng Our line is
I jfr' J/';, ......< ,tJ/// .' / Notions. complete-anything you want from a
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S t "y : >'our l llmpi and Umbrellas, sharpen : Don't wait till Is here to .-t
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1 r /.ff Jl Handkerchiefs : : SHEPPARD'S GROCERY your S+IwsandotherToohnndr.adralmoMt g your Anto Coat and "
\\/ : nnytliln that H out of whack = Coat Hulls, hut gt et them now while our stock I* romylrte.The .
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a complete shop and competent : : Specialty. !
NEW help we can do the most .: : l
I satisfactory work. Phone Orders Promptly Filled. : TODEATH
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I Opposite the Yacht Club I: : No. 237North Beach St. 'Pkei.53 : TO BEINVADE

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I q-724 .PLEASANT I: BIRTHDAY PARTY w. SHAFFNER RESTORSWASHINq


AT BEACH STREET HOME. Real Estate and the United
THURSDAY NIGHT. I I t( Mexico are
Fire Insurance state depar
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YOUNG FRIENDS OF GEORGE 122 South Beach Street I { tlon of Pre]
ENGLISH GRAND OPERA CO.
KERR ARCHIBALD ASSIST IN the AmericJ
olutlon (is
A DLADIES' Daily at 2:30: CELEBRATING THE SEVENTH 1 control of
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ANNIVERSARY OF HIS BIRTH.A .
ORCHESTRA. i r the state d j

dozen or more children enjoyeda :a war depart
A CAST PRODUCTION OF IVEW Snow E''ER'IloUR pleasant time Tuesday afternoonat dogs of wal
PIETRO MASCAGXI'SCavalleria tier. In tl
the home of Mr. and :Mrs. S. C.
; Mexico wilt
Rusticana Archibald of Cincinnati Ohio, who t to Eagle P(

AND BRIDGE; ;m FIVE HUNDRED I are occupying a cottage oa South CHILDREN'S EYES Tampkoo
ARRESTED nJ
Beach street for the season the place for
I I Cannot be too carefully safeguarded.
The Rose of r fl
Auvergne. converge
party being given in celebration of
AFTERNOON. !
I PARTY TUESDAY I for they (have but one pair to last order as tilbined
the seventh anniversary of the birth a lifetime. It there are Indications: forctlstriking

Prices 75c and $1.00. I I : ON CHARGE 1 of their son George Kerr Archibald.The of anything wrong with your cifld'i! dtej
I MRS. J. B. DOWNING ENTERTAINED children were marshaled to eyes bring him or her and I win fit Ico in casj

I AT HOME OF MRS. T., I luncheon at 12:30 to the music of them with Glasses to correct the the death
the phonograph and met a pleasant trouble. If medical treatment la necessary of PresideD
-- I H. WHITE ON SOUTH BEACH I i Of ASSAULT I r sight on entering the dining room .. I will tell you so.

i! the table being a bank of beautiful Mexicans

The Golden Opportunityis STREET. I rcses, fresh from surrounding gar Dr. Neville H. Clark MEXICO
I den. Prize bon bons following a delicious ,
Mrs. J. B. Downing Middleport: : lenient ail
WITH INTENT TO MURDER made much merriment OptometristLook
repast -
never offered but once. Seize, then, the opportunity to stimulate the : Ohio who with her husband Major 1; } the Anierk]

saving habit. Saving is entirely a habit. It ft: a habit that grows. It Is one J. B. Downing, is a guest ot the for the children. for the Sign of the EYE. .. day by a if
After the luncheon and until late S
Taft to P
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that enriches with growth. The saving habit is encouraged here. We encourage Despland hotel, entertained at the i NEGRO WANTED( IN GEORGIA. in the afternoon the little folks enjoyed I the mobtlizj

It by allowing home of Mrs. Thos. H. White oa: I games of \ariote kinds. A is solely fog

4 Per Cent. on Savings Accounts. | i' South Beach street Tuesday afternoon GORE FINDS HERE BLACK MAN fish: pond where articles of differ I the Americ

I ent kinds were captured! contributed (GREEN GOODS ries of warHospital !
ladies i
some fifty or more being. i
WHO FIRED
I CHARGE OF BUCK- to the pleasure of the children as

''PEOPLE'S '- T A TE BANK ', present SHOT INTO ANOTHER NEGROAT I did also the game of ..donke}.." the : Suj
Five hundred and bridge were enjoyed tail T-:
i being pinned everywhere but in t t ST. LOU
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. from 2 until 4 o'clock when an ZEBULON. the right place. The prizes offeredin trains load l

I'restd-ntM. I. I.":I.\SH. I'.i...il.-r. M. fo.l'\ItT"R: : inviting luncheon was partaken erf.by I this game were secured by Henry We are carrying a complete t already enilraandant
-l'resUIfiit-i., the card players and a number; of I
d [ to commit murder diaries Ccggin,i:I Hartshorn and Henry Hartshorn, Jr. I : been order j
ladies who had later joined the part)".
- I colored was arrested in this city; The children present were: Bay men for SJ
- -- The rooms and tables werd beaufifulldecorated : I ard Kilgour, Henry and Nathalie
Tuesday rush
night by Deputy Sheriff them
I P / v 7 v with roses and nasturtiumsant ; I :Hartshorn, Henry and Katherine Putnam Golden Wax Beans men n|
I are
Gore and turned over to Sheriff Kd
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tic .. the place cards were ro es. II I Harmon Swits Jr., KttesellHovt i
Smith to be held l until the arrivalof Robert and : Belle Green Beans
Mary Myers,
The first bridge prize, a handsome I Two Ships
AND I brass basket was won by :Mrs. J. 1' I an officer from ZebuJon! Ga. I I! :Mary Kent Robbins :Marice Livingston . Philadelpl

Foes of Daytona Beach and the The arrest was made en informa- and Katherine En fit and CucumbersCauliflower port Pralrij

i sivond a miniature picture, went to:'tion from Sheriff Slade of Zebulon, I George Kerr Archibald. board sailei

\ .P / t1t I Miss Jessie Chamberlin of tlrs! city. ) who sent to Deputy Gore a full!I dencription 1 Cuba The

t I The five hundred priztn were won byl I of Ulie negro who is wante -1 wrb: 700
/fho! steamer Cherokee carried a *Don't fail to see the new line of.prang C.I BAIT Tomatoes
:Mrs.V. 11. Shaffner and :Mr. C. large party of excursion.s's: ; from Or. j, MIIIS; at the Bee Hive beforeMiss Bohannon both of Daytona, the C'I ins a charge of buckshot at close YOUR HOOK The mont,
moml to Turtle Mound the North i ill,. .
on Ju i ;; b3-tf flier receiving: a beautiful hand range into the anatomy of one John WHILE I PeppersThey

Indian: river Monday. I I bag and the latter a handsome . \Vald colored. I R= ., ReaMEXIf
: Edith Ln t i iI THEY ,
Barnard tnutor inj BITE FishingTackle
i jardiniere. j The information: from Georgia said I : AIMar
IIeach cottage! for sale, near: Automobile chemistry the Chicago;: University
I A novel feature of the: aras'ottwas ; : the negro would probabl be found I are Always Fresh. --() 'I.va j. ,
Club house. W. 51. Shafts who has:; been visiting: Mr. and I
the drawing of the conioatiouprize I working at some hotel or l boarding tile (
nr. S2-.t .Mrs. 1-;. :M. Condit and :Miss Ida I! I =
all the ladle* taking. hottitie. --- -==
j present I The information was re j \ > cuut
WboJrick for several weeks past, des', part in this with the .x'ltth.n! of C..h'f') i .
I by Deputy ConTuesday fnrf'- (cot "
There ti''kets the I
two to
are .
I part(d Tuesday; for St. reter:-burg. I .
those who received prizts.' This was noon and by early evening lu had'' You're e, 0'' I
Crystal theater for tomorrow nlht DAYTONACOLD
where she: will; send; the balance of I'
done by the ladies drawing: : all the : I the black man behind the bars (11"0
at the nailXe't; office for 1IssI : her vacation.Vinton: ; in I loooking for 'pr )
I Ztlpah Harris- cards of a deck :Mrs. Downing hold-M I the city jail j STORAGE CO. "-a," t thirita tr

lug/ a duplicate! of the winning card, !! A partial confession was :-t'ur' d justreceived ......

Ladies' hairdressing parlor:, 19 Vc- *\ inuring: car for sale! which. she herself; did not kr.ow.: Mi8.ll Ii I from the arrected nero, who *'I i1.- I :IR. D. JOHNSON, MirDon't / r
cheap.>> J.V.. Fulgham. St: ; i \\ tv. Cook of
Baltimore Md the
lusia Ave. Mrs. L. A. Schofielded I a; trouble with .John Wad! .it Z-'! i WaRebels
..; .if I II I guest of the D's lt hand, was the snc-I i ulon arose over a "woman w.i.-; .n; v' art)'

J. G. Gardner, who had ben at I restful contestant in this draw.iu.: ;: I j''\Vald and that Ward!' had tinahn.:'! d l at'I ------ .- S

home on Xorth Ilidgewood : There were se\tables: of bridge I Ii to )kill Coggm on sight. He \all1l-: t /,r "
:Mrs. M. 1'elleU and son. Moses returned avenues i and of five hundred : GENE E JOHNSON'SVV'i I I ;
two and during 1 the '
for a few days= departed Tuesday af- < shooting was done in :self! ii i- YouDare II"
Tuesday afternoon from Seattle tenxxm on his return to Starke, the card playing and throughout: th<' ''lafternoon fense and thatald would IKIV .11 I r.J.
Wash., have teen :-t Eud Central -
where they .
where he is engaged in putting in aj: : the guests showed pla: :nly I killed him if he had not down d li.m: 't, x
for nearly two yean with relatives I large turp(-ntine plat for the Gardner i| their evident pleasure and eajoymvntof ,:' with the charge of buckshot front 'flt.r Bridge999V99999999999999999999. 1''+th .

who went from this place some Turpentine! company, which lias: purchased the delightful en'tl'rtainnientSTANDING i Ii the shot gun. The buckshot !I'IIf'K '

years ago. I =IIIII"<> acrt-rt of land in the: vicinity , I i Wald in the right arm and sid. and Go tnTl
OF CONTESTANTS. ,
of Starke. With the procts.-? Coggiii< fled lie made his wayto I su:
Hot baths Hoopers Barber Shop. invented by :Mr. Gardner not only The following i.hs: the complete! Florida and finally landed hi Daytona . a I

th* trees: but the stumps as well will standing of all contestants up to.I where he has bt>t'll'orkil1 a-, Beautiful IIII --
Thursday, :March 2: ; f
i :Mrs.: H. H. Williams: and children be used in the manufacture of tur- -I I a dishwasher since the first. part of
I arrived Tuesday afternoon from I a- pentine and the land thus thoroughly :Marjorie llotzien 41:1.:1": I 1 January.' He never heard until arrested i Home Sites I in
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Florence Gittens
doga, Ind.. and an \isitinltIrs.: Williams cleared will then be sold for agri- 441,560 i I whetherVald had survival 1
father J. I.. Lynch and the cultural purp() t.'S. Starke is a great Holt :McCorkle 13S,00; :'i or died from Ow effects of \\i.;" II III'llKllIl!, { u r. :nn! Et'.ach. ItUfFniil Ii
I :Margaret Brokaw. .. .. .. 433,730:: i iMena wound. I Inn, rue li.ti. for *nl- ,
Misses Lynch at their home oa Fairs strawLerry crowing section. .
PolliCz 451,083: ; J '.h..i./ : | !fllilf! lull. I U-low Mouth
}iew avenue. ---------- -- Roberta Hobbs : I Sheriff Ed Smith was in the city; brltl", un th., 1'. III n.ala, IIrlI \.... BATHINGa
427,043 I Tuesday evening when the arr.Mwas : .\'ildii /r. u. I i'.i>\ j.i. or11': *. I If yoij
Grace Burdick 40'J.2oO made and the 1'1. M. I I'nl.liiii.t mi tl-!. |pr"III-
For sale or exchange for automo- When I Ethel Houston :.0..".:'.>I (turned prisoner w.i:- I i- -. I I I -
over Co the :
county official "bDeputy >
F.
tile the yacht: Austin. D. Randolph Tole
Dora \Vehner -----------1).3:: ; ;; ] Gore '' I IT WILL PAY YOU
818283. | to be held until th- ;ar- : TO IN. ;I
s Margaret Shjeldts 13..OiMi:::; .. I | Without a
: I rival, of the Z bulou >h"Tff.: who \\ 'i.nttifi.l i- 1 VESTIGATE.I : e
V.olft: :Middleton l 1tl.lll.II':: ,. I !
.Fifty thousand \'ok'sn the Gi- : 0:f ha: ::11'\-1: : by w.i' :.......................... line app
of
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are Zette-Ne\\s to be Great given away ropukxrity this. week Coate-t toj: room Bargain cottage, QUICK in city.sale,Enquire 2'L- acres Kdi C I I i.......i...tH................N...1..-S..... V........I. I Guard we hay

the contestant: securing the most ;i I you vvil;
atYOUNG'S I monuon & Donnelly or Clias. Ken- J
1 votes during the week ending Mari 'l lr i !n..y.! Seabreeze. CS-tf I i .
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i 9th. le! sure and subscribe and help',': --- --- I I Cement Walks Only 50 Cents HANKllhere

your favorite to secure a good load I ,
buys furnished
Beach
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in the race for the $l":)d piano: "hchj: i \ M n 11 11 street residence; 8 rooms I( \\

is offered as the grand prize in. the :; Fountain UUUUU and bath; modern im- <;: A. Vandevord Daytona Beach i CO. I II
contest. 7-5t i i provements: lot 50 by about 290 feel. Ad- *. THE FOSTER j I

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