Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00236
 Material Information
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 9, 1911
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: VID00236
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
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lccn - sn 93063916

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_ _______________ . !} WEATHER IN FLORIDA. +
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3e:3e.e.eERIEfl '.-.'. THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS + Today " . . . "
_' *; Fair tonight and Friday. Warmer *.
+ Tomorrow . . . . . 9:50
:! in northerst portion. Moder4 *

Jt *, ate easterly wind 4._ :: Saturday . . . . . 10:49:
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and March at the Prettiest
r' Every Evening. Except Sunday Boring December. January, February

fivecentyour you want from a -c.' ; Sixth- Season-No. 84 DAYTONA, FLORIDA! THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1911 15 Cents .per Week

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[I U c'omyl\"tf'Linen. Anto Ooat and "f'>- HOT-' SALE A -W. H. WRIGHT :: :: DLBOIMMirS HOSPITAL and SMIMIGI\ ( RIGHT GOODS ATRIGI1T School Supplies Books Stationery and Havana Smokers

1- RED First Avenue Daytona, Fla. PRICESI Only first quality well cured tobacco
: } Painting Twenty-six lurcr, airy rooms newly used.
Reduce StockL. CLARK 1F
to furnished and ntti-d throughout with I tl l i>o ltlon toTn-nt You Right.L"t GEO.
rdiner Co. it Paper Hanging allho..pitalconv I *>nl.'iict' >8. ThoroughlVM4U1p1w4 t's Bf Your J.w.1rs.L. NewsPapers Vet Cave Manufacturer
Decorating I operating room oil second Waterman Fountain
WALLACES'Mexicans floor. For tt-rins n f.!L. 219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Phone 181 C. C. BOHANNON. M. D. -S ,

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. .. ,> 'It Polish" CITY OF BAYTONA.BALLOT

Kinds Headquarters of Fresh for Vegetables ::J f : FOR (INVASION OF MEXICO. TO .

and Fruit : '

oultry and Eggs a : AMERICANS A AWAIT WORD tos;: are with today a detachment in' flight after of regularsnear a conflict If you say DeVoe's for making Auto COUNT OFVOTES

Specialty.ne =. ., San Ignacio. In the haLite 25 Bodies Bright.GRUBERMORRIS I MAY BUILD FROM 1 OF LAND. i-

Orders Promptly Filled. : :' T6 J1P ACROSS BORDER. of the Insurrectos. including two, II I

: .i leaders, were killed. i

DEATH OR Diaz Rumored Dead-
W. Ball & Son 5 1 WASIIIXGTOXIarch: 9.-Despite TO BUILD _
: With Us We Both Lose :
TO BE SIGNAL FOR ARMY TO "If You Don't Trade Money. i
.237 North Beach St. Tkoae S3 : | persistent denials by h's eon in FROM THIS CITY TO CONNECT _

....................: ,!: : INVADE AND USE FORCE: TO being Mexico circulated City persistent again rumors today that are --- I AT COUNTY SEAT. } _ _

,, RESTORE ORDER.WASHINGTON President. Diaz of. Mexico is dead Through the Daytoa[ :: board: of I

M. SHAFFNERLeal S : March 9-Plans of and being that concealed the fact by of Ramon bis death Corrial Is, $$500,000 i ROOSEVELTIN I BOX IS CLOSED[ I trade the Atlantic Coast Line rail

: the United States for an invasion of road will be invited to bui'd a line

Estate and Mexico are now compete! and the who has siezed the reins of power in AT [FIVE THIS AFTERNOON.[ [ to this city and there are fair prospects >- _ _

L state department is only awaiting the Mexican capitaL that this line will be built. I

Fire Insurance information of the death or resignation DAMAGES I ATLANTA I At the postponed meeting of: the-
Order for Arms.
i of President Diaz or word from Rush CONTESTANT WHO HAS SECURED .] board of trade he!Wednesday) evening S
122 South Beach StreetILDREN'S S :MOLING. Ill.. March 9.-A rush cr .
\ _; the American embassy that the revolution it was brought out that representatives -
__ der for small arms is said: to have LARGEST NUMBER OF Linehave -_ _ _
S. is getting further 'beyond the I of the Atlantic Coast:
been received at the Rock Is'and government DEMANDED.
: control of the Mexicans. arsenal and that the work FflRJPEECH.FORMER VOTES DURING WEEK TO GET recently been in Daytona' investigating -
( This word will be sufficient for the proposition of bulkl-

S the state department to give the I of manufacture is being rushed witha I PRIZE OF 50,030 VOTES. ing a branch line from Daytona to

._- dogs war department of war along orders the Mexican to loose fron
ballot box will close in the
WAR- the
tier. In this case it Is understood I I seat junction. It is un .1.1I I :' Mexico will be invaded froth El Paso Merely Army Maneuvers- NOW SffKING[{ VINDICA nON. TO COMMERCIAL{ CONGRESS. Gazette-News Great Populirlty Content the proposition looks\ encouragrng to. 1
WASIIIGTOXIarch: 9-Afer: a and all persons desiring to help
I to Eagle Pass, Laredo and Tampico. | the A. C. I.. representatives and to L
'.1 S conference with President Taft today their favorite contestant win the big and -.
Tampico will be made the landing make it still more encouraging
EYES J !I-' place for marines arid. the forces will; Mexican Ambassador Dola Bar- RETIRING SECRETARY OF INTER- SENATOR FLETCHER CHOSEN bonus offer of OOOO'otes must vote show that such a line would be appreciated -
: restoring'' ra said the president had assured before that hour as :;0.000'otet> Is a in this city .
: from all sides by the people
C be too carefully safeguarded L,: converge him the statement issued declaringthe IOR SAYS PINCHOT HAS BEEN PRESIDENT OF BODY WHICH decided factor in a contest as closeas was. taken by cthe
The corn- and vicinity an action
to last order as they proceed. .
ey (bare but one pair movement of troops to the southwest this one and every person should
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Indications blued forces will then be within AFTER HIM WITH ASSASSIN'S WILL HEAR SEVERAL I board of trade by
line. It there are that
is merely for army maneuvers pay their subscription set
to draft a
child's striking distance of the city of :Mexico I was appoint
with your
thing wrong the American attitude.' MEN. hour and secure votes.
I' represents KNIFE. : the directOl'tof :
should! fol'.ow of resolutions
will fit in case
ring him or her and I I During the past week the different
the death. resignatoin or deposit ica :March\ 9-Former the road to.butUd. :: a line from Daytona -
the Ga..
with Glasses to correct Two Scout Cruisers WASHINGTON. :March 9-The sum ATLANTA contestants have been hard at work _ S

J. If medical treatment' nee:- of President Diaz. PENSACOLA. Fla., :March 9Two of $500,000 for damages will be -de-I President Theodore Rocseve't, arrived among their friends and the race is A branch to DeLand.line of this road wouWgive _______ -

I will tell you so. scout cruisers left here last night, manded in a suit soon to be filed' here from the north this morning indeed a close one. the people of Daytona and thivicinity
Are Excited I
H. Clark March 9-The ex'citement -I the Chester for Tampico and the against Gifford Plnchot by Richard: at 10 o'clock! and was given an The announcement is yesterday's a .choice" of two rojda for S_____ _____
Neville ;: < I MEXICO CITY demonstrations against, Salem for Galveston. Ballinger, who retires from the po enthusiastic reception by the dele paper of the increat-s of ?S.0:; in the freight shipment and passenger: S

':; and allayed 1.0l'f sition of secretary of the interior gates to the Southern Commercial list of prizes caused quite a furore in j jcontest travel and compl"tiion'h': 'h couldt.!
Americans is being \
Optometrist the
1, from President Troops from Snelling- this week. congress and citizens of Atlanta. Col. circles, and contestants went i ij not help being a big' bent>r.t. From

for the Sign of the EVE.EENGOUIIS. day by a President message Diaz announcing I! ST. PAUL, Minn., :March 9-Four Ballinger declares Pinchot has Roosevelt will address the congress I j'to work with renewed vigor. I the enthusiasm displayed by the

I Taft mobilization'to of troops in Tex*i iI. troops of cavalry from Fort Snelling. been "following him wK:>h an assas- tonight.At The Gazette-News now offers to I members of the Loartl of trade. when
&; ': the of patting ordered to San Antonio, hid started sin's knife," and will ask the court: the opening ses-icn; of the II its contestants $2,700 woith of priz. bbs[ matter was brought up ihe new
I. I is solely American troops pu-rpose through a series -'for the south when orders were re- ; for vindication. i congress today Senator, Fletcher of in this contest. If you have a favorite road would be we'corned with rpenj

I the | ceived changing their destination< to -- I Florida was chosen president, pres-I I not in the race% be sure and arms by the business mt'n and citi- S
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of war El Paso. A regiment of infantry ident Parker becoming first: vice!!i nominate her at once. of thus vicinity.A .
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1 alto left Fort Sneing! today for President. Quarks and Dawe we e I j The following i is the list of prins list of 20 names! for now members -
i ; Hospital Supplies Se.nt- ON GOOD di:- be in this content.
Texas. electtd secretary and managing to given of the board was presemsed; and _
: ST. LOUIS March 9-WLth six First Prize-One Chopin Upright
'il CHICAGO. March 9-The wheat :. rector.A I all were accepted as members bringing l -
!' trains loaded with hospital supplies Mexico Doesn't ObJect- market opened easier today at 1-2 to committi-e met \VordrowVi!- Grand Piano $450. the total membership: of the _

fVe are carrying a completeof :! I already enroute to Teras the commandant i CHICAGO, :March 9-FVrada Ram- 7-8 lower on good crop reports. May I son at the state line this morning i I Second Prize--ODe Scholarship Columbia board uj to 1SS. Thi-s ::8 the size S
Green (Groceries, in- I; at Jeffersor. barracks has ales. Mexican: treasury official who pork was quoted a4 I'D' 1-Sc. Provisions and he will be given a reception by i i i College/ $IOI). the nt'c \'it. ganizaUi.n: hag

been ordered to start 200 additional here secret mi &Ion: said President j i Prize One Scholarship in _ _
ding : ;;i is on a \ ware a shade easier May the congress equal to that of Third grown to since it was s.'ar-ed: wi'h
; men for San Antonio at once and today that Mexico has no objectionto pork was unchanged; lard $90 l -" ; Taft and H006e'elt.TEon is I J Draughon's College. $50. members January 2.:.. I Ito '
rush them through. In addition! 500 the war demonstrations! of the lower in Georgia. I Fourth Prize-One Mission! Dookcas-,
ribs. J9.S7.:; hogs; were five ( : a favorite I B y an action tik: ,'n the board of .
olden Wax Beans : men are ready to move. I j United' States' on the border, but further and cattle steady. I ,. $25.Fifth trade will purehata new flag with , _

j' ---- I than that IUnia'i> became PRESIDENT COMING SOUTH; Prizt"-One Rebate Certificate: understanding- that a man will l 'j .

Green Beans t: Two Ships Sent to Cuba-, evasive and vou'd mak no state-! COMPTROLLER WANTSSTATEMENT STARTS THIS AFTERNOON I $3oo.Sixth: be delegated by th -i.y to look 1 1 5 S.
Philadelphia, :March 9-The transport men,t. I ; Prize--One Rebate CerUlicate: ,
{ it each morn- S
BANKS. after it, having put up
Prairie with 700 marines: on WASHINGTON March I.-Prt! si- $27. _ _
CucumbersCauliflower : .. each evening,
tak down S
I ing and n I
board sailed today for Guanatanamo. Another Rebel VictoryE.GL1 WASHINGTON. March 9.-Th dent Taft and Irs parry: !leave Washinaoon Seventh Prize:-One Rebate Certificate : j.
will: leave tomorrow March 9-The' issued I for Atlanta ai -t: o'clock: this I the flag to be displayed on the top .1' ________
r Cuba. The Dixie PASS. Tex., comptroller of the currency today $275.:! of the city ball each week day. \ _______
'; with TOO more marines. The mn :Mexican Federals suffered a crushing a call fur a .si atpmeiit of the I afternoon. The pn'-iJf't.t will keep Eighth Prize-One Rebate Certificate; I Thorough discussion: brought out t

Tomatoes t: ; are equipped for a stay of six defeat at the hands of the In- condition of all ;nut onal banks at the I constantly informed ou dj-velopoienVB! t $27.! I I the opinion among the nr mber> that lmj : J _
oJ.' months. surrectos near Camurphiia! Monday. close of business March 7. in the Mexican situation. Ninth Prize-One: Rebate Certificate '
: h ::; I I there should is.l s<.tn> kind: of an advertising _
;: i The Federals lost 1-0: killed anawounded I $250.Tenth I 1i
d by the S
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Peppers -- : |>r pan
{:i Rsicls: Ready to FireMEXICALA. -.- while the l loss of the Rebels -- i i11 I Prize-One Rebate Certificate,I board<< of trade: working in cotinec- .j ;

S ' Lower California. was slight. eneral; Torres was i $22.1.Eleventh:!:!: .
Association j
I : tfon with tim.lIi :V I Miiis
hey arc Always Fresh.DAYTONA t' March Enraged by the action\ of badly: wounded.IMPROMPTU I 1 Prize; -One Rebate Certificate of Ifciyuma.. amid thmailer wa,> J I

;. the United States iii sh fang 'lh<- I I $2:l'O. ;I referred to the |I' ihi '. ,y ctMUiuitt I x4k.
-= toward this s ction of tin' Twelfth Prize: -Oie Rehat.rt.fi! >
war game tbtt..xt
KALE[ I III Iti%estigmiT- ;ai d r'r; : at I
Country General llartholdt. the leader ; I j cate, $1.Thirteenth 1'-:.. mm i.-tUz. 1 1t
has threatened Pnz-: -One Ht'atfC! : i .
of the .
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: < oiiitnuiiicj.tioii u -.d from
; to fire on thee United S aies WED[ [ESDA Y [EVENI[ G. ; ficatf: $12.1 ::.11. .-: "'-:-. ".- '", : i i'o f.- oi tli.! Sou'h S

regulars if they mat! a move tocross Fourif.-i.th I-rzOil": II" zt 1' 4 t' : '. . the I
STORAGE CO. Begin Today With $1 ': n "K\i 1':' - i :iitr!' !5i fm rjiy) IO i
>LD t fi.aS1.V: :: .
: the border. 1"1.1..1'| l.oin, ?f.' < amil l i i. t a down $
PLEASANT TIME ENJOYED BY'' !-I1I'I'":! !:'II PzOn: it.-a:>:t .. <'f':' .. .
JOHNSON. Mir. TinI'iiM.r( :Sti (H'v' \ 1 h J!i ;it" i.AH .fl" ) II'! -h. d I I h i.- '

L D. ) Militia Wants to FightWASHINGTON FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS AT I, \\" .\ ': I I'H-i;, ;at' S" evt I'1, :: ; mu : I[ your IIf.y-bnt \:::< ."l-n-ation; : i i. not IFIREMEN; .- cl"". 'c,:"-riiit* 1 1.:fli. ,S>!III"! S r S til I! th- be'.r! II f .

t March. 9-Nationl i i I hit! th<- ilejitii "I I ti j e i--ntrally ai
number HOME OF knows that -lit- \\ ill tui'l' Iwn' a"I) I complete wit'i'in: :! a: f.iir k.owlfd': WILL! STRIKEON
a I . ,
l| at l guard organizations RIDCEWOOD: I i !o-it:' d ::1.-< :ai.v. jii.i. e I tli.r <- .m II I.e s'- S
1 of states have expm-j.d a desiro to I I lute sat isfad j..u.. in everything she iof business. lie can soon grasp, the QUEEN &. CRESCENT.CINCINNATI. Mir.>-11 l 1.i,1! on;; i- in t tin'y. : and t,
; participate in tinariuy maneuver: MR. AND MRS. G. H. buslne: transactions -Ih! tile ;1I..ttat/1!) of :a '..'.jihon- :
You pun-liases.:' Our prices are just right ; principles of ordinary: ( Mar: h :' ( :ao- tint :

on't c In Texas. Among the requests received -1 A dfli.uh'.ful} ; impromptu: IU.Ic3i: i 'ale: and our values: arc full !11<>M< I percent t. I bj having an aountth; t:h' flrvnjfii: on the QUH -II Ar ('rt\,..-. aiui p..t kuj' \\auI \\ 1.1 r.-..t"... th.lllIatOl .

F today are th sv fromew ,.. () id'edneday evening at. !: COt road haw Vitd, toirLkt' Is.eau. .- ;- ; lire for the i I.r' tnt.. Mr.
s ('IIJ _
jW. trial will con"in'eou.. a bank. You can do your boy no
York and Texas. I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. II. values. One ::... U"T' uir-im.-ii 1 ar' -ziJ)!"Vt.I \\'oil.ta 0 41 thaI when hi.again
than In encouraginghim _ _
----- I> ludul: on North Kidgewwd avenueS greater service on pa.-st-na trail.: : aid: i l'\>: r"11 i ( (Continued! on/ pave: four) I S itCflURCflrugisd

GoATHING Rebels In Retreat their friends andneig1ibori have a bank account with The Mrtk to !"..
are by a number of to trt-islit: run :> _._ -==:: ,
Lead -- --
TUCSOXriz". Marvh 9 r.'i the performer of the I TIllS bank. We say TillS bank.: "OIrw ..ftVctivat: .:4o: o'clock! t!Ii.- ---

less and panic stricken :10 Insurrec-: | evening being. :\lrs.Y.. F. Schmitt.'dis.s . I i because: his busio"ssill be welcome aft-'nlo":1: i fg ,I _

Ilunuah Bach Mit s ..ie.s.ejISrown : I I :
: have our careful I \tiv4; \ ; PlfO ; : J7
and A. E.: Doniully, all of | here and-ha .................Oe....... Beach Strtrt I

in d them musicians of great merit. I GROCERY and considerate at'ut:1Xl: at all : I zL::;;; i iLJi
'' S ( Vn46 There were both vocal and instrumental CONRAD times.: ;: DAILY STOCK MARKET{[ REPORT I bahV t | l|

: ; solos:: and dues by :Mrs: j jSchmltt .......................... '
and :Miss\ Bach, who ha\ei I Buena i!
Nr\V: : YUIU1.1( ; : : !i :--S':; ... k, !11.1+1
charming voices a. ('oupleof COMPANY'PHONE I .. d i.i.. I flu! : 'li--: .ft. S
oupl'-l: : : ly ; c. -.i ;r t( 1 ,
If really admire nice piano solos by Miss Brown 1
r.\'I-I.! ," 'p:1": :: f.aik "f \\'If :Mr. Donnelly: a'-
and violin cobs by j
I tii- oi --i..iiL'! \\01' I fIll.i \\"h iiiiinx_ fr.f,
Toilet Articlesand well as duet combinations with xhe [
I : ola1 adiafl'Stesi& :: \\i; strotitM : !: i
I ladies.Mr.. Donnelly has a perfectmastery 61.Daytona. the true friend I of the cultured S
Without a hrarj \\ :,::.' 'ort.y; \" --i.' : ;( T 111f"I
of the violin and to toilet table is .c -
appreciate up-to-date S --- ; :' 1":1t" : I'I' :" .i Ii 1 '::1." ''i

line of them call and see whatwe him is always a pleasure.home talent! tin Lodge MERCHANTS ',,,.,, Q-' complete without it. j $ S
In addition: to the No. 1141 ,. _
fe GuardfOSTER have. Some new things Woodward Quartet: of the 4 IU \ TM.' tT -I..i. ; .s. : Nine little AiinklcOac 4 4, S
Sidne N. w \.k 1 :! : ..
you will probably want. Baptist Academy of .lad OJl.t.- B.P.O.E. BANKA. 1'.i. "S.Hjiilt. -, ..t'5! .II : met its. fate h :
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cuuie in during the evening and: ..I ntertained -.i Meets Every TuesdayS '...rt,- ri: .'.., 0I' (;\.ed Buena !< ::1' .1.1S

HANKINS The (Druggist, I : the party "ith s* vr-al: f.i-: JYwlr Evening. Visiting rri.r,. '\ : SI T!...:. t: ,. . I
Cents ,
50 D. McBRIDE. President I I-: m: 1
Only : Invited.
AT Till: 1'l.ACK selections. Alto.:,. '! ,. ;'. / -.. ti> ;1grt.'at t; o T. E. Fitzgerald. E. R. i J B. CONRAD Vice President -I't II:,JI': : .... .. 'a! ...,.. ... A. rJt. t !, .. '(, ..a" ,
Where Volusia Meets Beach. I mu--' '. .1.-: Geo. F. Crouch Sec. F. N. CONRAD. Cashier (', - '1 J"
I ; F. J. NIVER. Asst Cashier f
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'I .., I T DELAND,

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Dealer -'
p FIANOSaDJ I DELAND the county seat of ;
: 23 miles southwest of

r \ C' 2 PIANOS CODcert FOR Tuner RENT I It COUNTY is Daytona situated an/1 is reached from the latter UNIVERSITY[ V

T BANK city by an excellent hardsurfaceroad DELAND, FLA
recently constructed.At Four Colleges alld a '

1J}: DELAND, FLA. DeLand is located the John B. TChflicftlb Equipment coit-. V
.I I. In* nearly .,
.. Jc / Seeds Beads alI Stetson University, one of the lead. Endowment
& .600..
: i;.. ...-.... Y.j'f . \ I S _ __ ,. Capital $100,000Surplus ing educational institutions of the Faculty of w 5'fesuora -
/ =- WOMAN'S $50,000A. and In- V
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:_-.. - - V EXCHANGE Soath. Because of the interest structors. (Christian
'? : ''i ; DeLand is knownas but non-Hectarlftni V Capt
'" ? : : "I D. McBRIDE, matters educational Teaching. ;
s'nd Ba''un'
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.L =: For turnedMLainI.
ICE CREAII --V--. -f'-- --- ...41, ('0"'I I U'. H t1 Pr..ldint "The Athens of Florid address '
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L'1'V- : '1,.' : ,-< .. ":: .ulno'n' ,.I"'n'..;; ""II'" J. CONRAD, Stetson University ha?a faculty of Lincoln Hufles. .
j'f M My qaantifyjMILLS' : -- :;' ".-= T'. : TV nl. .'wo President '
I.i' .. 1V1c' Ph. D. the pastpJeasant!
,,,, : ..t > . It. _.- and instructors. Thereare Lit& D.
H' : 50 professors LL
.. oW:1 WOOl), D. !
." r > ,' B. A.
; \V .4.4&J and President
$ __ : '<< ' lashirDREKA'S $400,000 in buildings
EuropeanRestaurant ; .. Ii_'.>!'.;......_' 'eA.:' _-.'. "J'J,. .. .,. .......,... I equipment over ; nearly $300,000 endow- the weastay

I I I fact must be apparent to the most ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep- J. W. PfRKINS f

I I . ........ By L. C. DEMAREE. pp.- With such lavish investment in building.
......1...... .. superficial: observer. resenting an 'Phon

III One of Daytona's crowning glo- weilth:! of natural beauty it be- DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than and
.I 'rlei Is her incomparable' beadh. No came an easy thing tot the hand ofrtfn STORE $120,000. The library is the United Attorney and I'

: It Pays to Trade at ": one who bad ever set foot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS *! to give the finishing touches States Government depository for the CounselloratLaw Amothi.st

I : amooiti, racked sands; no one whoever :| wlhich have wrought out the colors EVERYTHING t State of Florida, and contains over ,' I1.
Peck's House '
: Bargain pedaled a bfcycle over its ei- and outlines of the big picture. p TO EAT; 15,000 volumes. Science Hall one of the

g 112 South Beach Street. : who ever drove a 'TO WEAR, of 16 buildings with
one newest
pans ; no L --4 :Man did dl this in the laying out of the .bana, 01
..ssisisi usisisisiusisi listened TO USESRending I
prancia:? pair ot horses and of the streets with their wide marginsof *-1 its furnishings, represents an outlayof Will Praet In by boat

.......................... to true poppas of their steel shoes I.....B.l.B.B.B.B9B.B.Bl parkage. The entire city becomes -Uooms, $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of State and day and ,
WAR CHINESE LAUNDRY : upon Its asphaltum-like face; no one inters HervleolU i most beautiful college buildingsin FederalCourts
l. : LING a pre.it: park, with driveways Elevator the tona
HI fOe BKACH ST.. DATTOSA. FLA. who ever steered a higli-power au : E. S. HALL : miles of driveways ) >ht Room South.
) the
t Drew Shirts lijNlght: Shirts 10. !:. tins;. miles upon ,
White Shirts Woolen Shirts In< tomobile down the broad stretch of I motorists has population of about
to attract The city a
V Architect and Builder : j>o good as LOS
K Undershirts H.
Cheek Hhlrts and surf-packed sand. : G.A.DREKA&CO.DEMAND.
8 wave-washed: continent.And with thickly settled country I PaLAND, FLA.
New Shirts ix Drawers from all over the FLA! 3,500 a cinnati,
SbIrtecoIIaratt.13ocks.perPfltr: ,! 3 but: realized that it is a world beater :I No. 2 DeLand I
i S for the pavements, pavements adjacent proper the OaM
Collars or Cufft :!Handkerchiefs : DAYTONA. FLORIDA. :as: -
0. Ladles clothes at corresponding price a vvor'ld-wonder. Go stand upon ,. thai look and act like granite miles eastof the SL Johns River, on I

........................... this wile speedway and see the hap- I.Ifl.III.ISIeIS1USI.Ii.ISi.ISISIS1IUI .. where else between the eastern YOIllSi&COlllltAbstracLC the high rolling pine land of the WRIGHTINSURANCE "I Geo.

B- .l.BB.BtBB. .B.B.B.B.BBIH. py souls flit by In joyous mood, and and western seas are so many milesin ) great "Orange Ridg of Florida. I Smyrnathat
answer whether this is not one of .I.RSI...
irooortj'on; to inhabitants? Tht'y.aveme.'lt :; .Thepredominating products are
: C. THOMPSON Agt. : the seven modern wonders. eit.cated )]
ENGINES ti i W. C. CROWNING, M. D. : question statds with the i oranges and grapefruit, the estimated AGENCYDeLand .: at|
LAiu* ; .
: River.J Bert Flsh; Pn sld>n1llnry
The Placid, Pellucid Halifax of the cfhief drawing from this vicinity being over
: HUPMOBILES : :I General Medicine and : etreet: as one I>. Ldindls. Hec- crop gone tht

Time. : Where think you is water with more, Obstetrics : c rds. Till some unheard of place nturyandTreus.Abstracts 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes, Jie built ]
DeoMastrttioa Given at Any
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a'' : t . reports more and better, Daytona Furnish'ed : peaches, pears, Japan persimmons, Florida his beesimigratorv-
: PHONE : : .I Office Hours; I:3!to 830. 7toHp.rn.Orer
.$1S1S1.lRSISISR3I ,ISU.1a.i.i.isi.a.isu.u.u.s.sii. mile wide. fringed with tropical vegetation = Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. :I throws down the gauntlet to the and Titles' plums, pecans, guavas, strawberriesand

artistic cottages with roomy .iu.i.i.i..iei..sR.isISISIICISIII.ISlIIII...: world. Perfected other fruits are grown in plenty. such as

verandas:! looking out upon her bosom -- ---- --- Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Fruit (and Insured la. the way of public improvements OLDESTLARGEST by (V 0

: JACOB ESPEDAHL 5 gamey food fishes in countless numbers :, I \Vh.tev one's shortcomings, andhowever | are many miles of fine shell roads an V

: Contractor and Builder beckoning, as it were, to those': : indifferent or even callous Blueprints Maps, Plata Ruppllt'dHF.I.Asn. and J excellent high school, electric lights Dr J |

a Superintends Designer Construction and! Craftsman of Build. IU with rod and reeljher: bosom fleck-1! DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPhysician ; one may be to many things: the mere a system of waterworks that is owned and BEST Volus; i

: ings. Plans and HpeclMcatlonson : ed with duck and coot and snowy- and Surgeon I mentuca (If "flowers and squirrels FLK. and operated by the city, supplying ,

: DAYTONA Abort.Notice.FLORIDA.OB .. winged sea birds, which sit about as j jif I : OFFICE OVER KODAK PLACK : birds; and fruits" will send a thrill the purest water at little cost The po.]

sIsi...u4isisIsIsisu.ISiV for the sport of bobbing upon thewaves :I Phone $1! : that is reflected hi distended pupils BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify thai For Florida broughtlast
watch that lubberly old | I and pricked ears. DeLand is a church-going commu
........'.isi.......OIVI4. ; .i I I II Ui SI SI SI S I S I I FARMS Sun
a white headed pelican pouch a fatS: !_I.-- --- -- -- ---- For every visitor. with a spare goober nity. Baptists, Episcopalians Methodists for Paln|

: OSCAR MICHAEL : mullet, and that fish hawk struggling: l lSISIS.SISISISISISISISISD. l there is a bunny ready to come COMPANY (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES of this (-1

: CONTRACTOR : upward with his floundering load he i I and accept your gift. lie will sit bolt Manufacturers of Christians and Catholics, TIMBER\ or owned bj

: : snatched from the water '! I D. & C. M. ROGERS I t'f-ri4'ht and knaw intK> the meat LUMBER besides colored Baptists and Methodists TRUCK JerseyEuetis
Filling GradingKeavy beautiful launches spick I casting furtive, saucy glances at you LATH .
See the Civil Engineers are represented.The LAND I
V I Hauling a Specialty. and span, witfli hampers and lockers I meanwhile graded school offers a ten I Bend for Bargain hero fro]

.MHO.is..isusIsisIIiui<. Vulging with refreshments, both solid DAYTONA. FLA. Flow',.r3. Usually fresh and blooming MOULDINGS years' course,-and the building which Bhtet to; V CanadianShe !

.-- -- and liquid, ready for a cruise upon th I KstaWUh. l I"T.i.I ; the year 'round, you are reminded AK.-nts: Paints it is newly furnished .
i' occupies ts
k A.! ae: ( ):!):! Masury's
i M.ELLADeVOY&CO. beautiful surface. Take out your field ISISIUSISISIOI ISISI IrIIS1.I.IS1SESUISISSS1S II of Goldsmith's couplet where Whitehall Harold I Hooting(VimnlKl throughout, and is one of the most THE GOOtDmm 5 foot be|

la.ss and sweep the river from ---- - -- --- -- Smiling! spring: its earliest visit paid :Dorado I .'rJcorpln commodious and best equipped pub Sterlingat
[ CO C C1oLANr
Ormoad bridge to Ponce Park ., .. I _Mid summer's lingering: blossomsare (Bond! Hand riny Brick lineS lic schools in the State. 36 mill

J MILLINERY: j jIN. light house then say whether the .: E. L. STEWART : delayed. llrI.\:sn. KLA.mm The trip from Daytona to DeLand ), FLA, sSe" will

Halifax Ifii' a thing of beauty anda and SurgeonI I In 0:1" y.id: roses of varigated huesi I is made by automobile in a little i will mall
.. 8 Beach St., Daytona, Fla. forever and of the modern 1:1:I Physician In another household has
I joy one ';.edoiiiiiintt
<;I I ,'wl"tt'ntl"i !1' ill*' livi V" lit f t h.VI | ; ; over an hour, and there aremany races laBeach
.' ? ( )!@!:@ wend KM. K.I,i. ThriMit iin.I NoIllli . .IIi.-. 41 for the oincetta: and thepreriiMs
!rfI-! '! ---- > .p ,I- -111': !it. 'In! '_ "" 'I 111 : \. Il'l!l- .ilclilimi :.1 (iK-iu-i'.ant & FISH pretty drives in the vicinity of the THE .
!!!(! at
; !
ItI > ,- houra. III. to' :> |I' in.l cane.'arict Attorneys GORDONGARAGE
lien in :a jungle of tall )
In nil historic
l'r."lH'ln miles
2; five
East Florida ";, wood. .............E. .......=.I 1 [is tlH' j-piee! of life and here is where Stallnml .h- d. ral ,I DcLcoa Springs, a
of water
OourtHjioclal : spot where 60,000 gallons "FORPackard ]
I 1 1I i IUd\ocd avenue is upon the crestof you f.nd if. i tie-llitl! li-s for the earth minute.
bubble from
Telephone Company ; a broad ridge, straight as the crow ..B.a.B.B.BOB.B.BOBOB.Bl .. The birds flit in, and witfii their invstl'atnin! : Utl..1t:. umiudp'rfeettng I From DcLaiid automobiles every go south The going no:I

l files i and the wide spreading branches I' not s help to give fullness !'I.ANM.\ KA. DeLandHeadquarters 4
F. H.
? DR.
: : to Ostccn 18 miles, on shell and at al Sec
Connections at Daytona 'j I
;;; of '!uo heavy-trunked live oaks extend : td sj-mmeuy to the picture. I
marl roads the St.Johns is crossed by
V for Distance Points \; thtir giant! arms across tho magnificent I for
Long ,- DentistK As for fruits, choic citrus fruits. STEIARTOLYIsn.ic[ I I ferry near Ostccn and cars can then
I ; \'eta, forming an arch, and AutomobilesAG
Da: tOil:! \Ields: the palm to none for
.I 011I., III 1' .- !ltokI I > A. Mt.wurtEcfor.1 continue to Sanford and Orlando by i
H. C. THOMPSON Mgr. \; from these extended arms great festoons Knd !'otith indii'c ; I There FOB
10XX .I 1'11"t:; : : Quality: and quantity per acre. r.iy hard road. There is a shell road

!)!'@ !'!' of Spanish moss sway as the .B0l.fl.B.B.B.B.I.ai.BlIB .. I i.ie stT--t-s of citrus grc\es in proxmty Mary Mt.wiirtAttorneys at Law from DeLand to Orange City five Maxwell Touring

1 trade winds from the tropic seas - ----- ;! thEcitro branches bending" Cars and
.._ ,. ------ : to from DeLandto
""""'- <" '='f -.r.v v;= 'ir. and Notaries Public miles, and a good road
fan them. Looking straight ahead .B.B..0....B.B.B.B.BI I to the erth:: with their burdens of RunaboutsArthur

H. T.. M L .LANI down thi3 white shell street one Las :| T. K:, }'ttz,.". reid K, ". Oati- : i lu<':.ous gclden! globes! which for DrLf. FLA. I Lake Helen a like distance. r

the impression of a fairy path with : and all desirable .
:! FITZGERALD & OATES \beauty proflicaey
I ..irten draperies but as you move BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO. O. Hmnltn
Mill Work 'long' and cast an eye first to the :2 Attorneys and Counsellors at Law : qualitits: : would! truly astonish you. J. A.ERICKSON. Royal.HuiuUnHAMLIN

(. !SHml| FII'iill" t Write or ask him about anything \ right and then to the left you see I .' 1 Pi-i-f. ,'iinu Ijin.l, Titi.'Ill. .-" t
& CO.
Granite Buff Red anti
you want made of wood Everything ;\: distinguished cottage homes in the :J ,', III m'mrlld Hulldins.I 'riioni-l'iI.III.ISISISIS.ISIO'.Il : Out. L-irp'-t !-. (- of Light Drab, Brick,

I the best. :* most delightful settings.See .. Tiio! =o\i.th; world wonder. do you Pianos. Organs! and
I I l..ir.- CIIIl! > JM! iiif" Trompt Phlpin. &
.h-2 glistening leaf of the grand i I'S-k? C'cme. whether from .Missoir-! S'1I"ing" \lachincsSojl'll I 1.1-. \\ I"t. <..r M.H.C.!lit iiiul rricts.I .
V North Rid ewood Ave. Phone 123 [IPICTURESPE (.. .!. ..,..!. ..,. ...'!.f.!.. .!..!...! .. I !: "I .1!"i<-Y'!'\'l.lv I JAKK lil.LKN.:: I..A.
has varnished Kalamazoo
V r magnolia which nature ; or fia: :tlniite.i from o iil.ANi.: .'L\. HAMLIN

(! brush! ever could; and l DR. J. P. ESCH 1 ; T.mlt'i-: :.nd you will be 'Vhown.: :' I |I -
_______ ____-_-_- _- _-___--_--____-_--_I I t LAKE HELEN
the cabbage! : palms with their burdens ; Ii' re ;is where the world's record for
:I Physician and Surgeon : !
i of jho.vy fruit and swaying paius; i spe.il :.s broken with every. revurrrnt: ALLbN'SN. Sarrocndcd by several: pretty lakes Attorneysand
V [ POST? ORANGE p. MiMMilM !'ri\-. 111mb\!] !II '11-' -"I.tI.f1. I
I s.tthe lovely holly with its exquis- '> :? K:.1 ?liuiih.? ?. m "tti. ti .in-' ".' t.. : I''. i :..t.t.O'1.tItos.; the biggest, the fjiatet. .. xt to PostctlUv and guarded by lofty pine trees isLake Counsellors
I '______ rte ltry; see the climbing ,vines !'"' '"... '? t..7 )p.in. -IMion.MitNA! . and the finest are on daily pa- Helen, a winter resort of no at LawI.tltNl'
!> ItKAt'II.!
POUT OUA-cil-. : I.t I. I II mn riot in the trees; see the cryp- . |! :r.iile ;iiid the big show is as free as I DRUGGISTSJE'IE..LERS little importance. Camp Cassadaa,
!.! ..!- :.. ..... ..... .V... . . \*.._ ;:
t mi.rHty little Ml lasesituated ; PORT ORANGEHOUSE[ 'ii.i.uiais: forms waich gain a foot | l.e I'irartesian water from the I a spiritualistic camp-ground is situated .
flv- mil. ...st-s.....Ie.o.....o.o... I >, FL."
V V I pnuthof Pnyton.'i on hold ju ti.e great oaks and st.IyPInS. C; j: t::.(> I .n:d-, of flo.'in'el ;. It.s: a iFl-ANT.: FLA.G. : near Lake llclea and at this

I I the 1)artonll'S"wI : : : : and surely you will join in : Dr. SAMUEL M. LONGDENTIST :: { .'(.i;:.t I iiaois, ; show with a constantly! : place several hundred people make

I myrna hnnl .ur- \flue chms and say that this is a 'sultVuig; :: ; scene.Exerythmg I winter headquarters. A laige lumber "' OIJTM'S"IDzLAND '

i t'-r rond,th>- FaistVk.tst.
V (hlghwnyofth': The ton-n li Owner and MaaaterPORT Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage :I One Door North of New Merchants : up to a 200-hoT(, power, and Drug Co. : the South are located at Lake Helen. FLA.

I, located on th- Ha 11fux Homes. .. Bank. r I nIl: degrees of -spot-d from a canter Drugs, Stationery, I ORANGE CITY I

River nnd I* ..*..................+...4 i t i to a two-mile-a-minute clip. You will Huyler's Candies I ClothingFurnishings
connected with th,> T ORANGE No one of Daytona's attractions - --' -, probably: catch the spirit, when you: Kodaks I The principal attraction around
I prnlnrala oppositetty perhap, commands more nearly universal @ ;; I do the roads and the beach are yours p.IANI>. FLA.L : Orange City is the many handsome Shoes _j'El.ASW

tty n bridge.town Is wfll EffACIILots attention and praise than does The Manhattan Cafefor !J I The Florida sunshine is free, the golden orange groves. The town is

laid out end hesma7 the anistic cottages. The owners of barmy ocean breezes are free the supplied with water said to be the

pretty" hoim's. for Sale. these ('harming'flla.s hail from every ladies and gentlemen. I bir's an1 squirrels and flowers are H. 11DALL purest in the world another attraction I

A large number of Liberal Terms corner d: the country and they bring !J Regular Dinner 11 to 1:30: Daily. I free, the sparkling fountain water is I to visitors. It is at Orange City
I lm4ltlItIafldV mak winterresident Port Allowed for their own architectural plans and Short Orders. Box Lunches. i j f rt e and you will have to go down The that passengers over the Florida East
Fresh. :
i '
Orange'wlntt'rht'nd.QtJIIrtf'ra. or River bui'Id upon them, and, as the archi- ) Special Attention Everything Shown to Ladies.i,i ; (into your wallet only for com for I II Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages! and

.ne of the FISHING I ecture of one section of the country (, auto, and bed and board. GROCER dr.VI: to Dcland. The town is surrounded
aeV.raI attract!*!!* (f'onvonlf to Auto- : differs from the architecture of an- THE MANHTTAN CAFE This is r.o fanciful picture; it's all by !laud peculiarly adapted I
feeing theflshlng. t'u"-llt'nt moll:It. Hue* ('oure I iELANI). KLA.
ILIAd Hrldgt oCher so do our homes differ in :t 38 South Beach Street here. It is drawing other thousands::; to the cultivation of citrus fruits. ui..ijiU JA

A Abort distancewrst ApiJtto outward appearance and structural .;@(i;. o:!'.:!.:! o '(i@i'. ..j, {. \ i and ho'd-n: them enthralled, it will --- ---- --- -----=

;af Port Ornnsie Wl\L c.,\ ,HOWESPort 'nt beauty from one another. There are cnarm and hold you. Come and sf'e.1 I| ..... ...
p. are the remain of Oiance, Fl-i. no monotonous rows of strikingly ......................... i
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I>unl iwton
.tit" -- --- --- -

:, sugar Is mlll.visitedvr.v! ..i placethat [Port Orange similar eon-i build'ugs by is treated but the to eye a kaleido-, as it :. When You Are Looking for :.: : "From the Grove to the Table" i| :[ THE DAILY NEWS !

by hundf-tNof scopic change which keeps the mind Some One to Do :. '
year :
tourist Ono* tl tn. OYSTrR{ to.Jrow wondering, "'\"hat next!"
I mllthecountr\- .t 1. IutI'ONT It U ncr only the exterior of many '

of Port Oreig.ur- "<-r uud Ivnlor of the1- homes: which rivets attention i Electrical Work !: Growui on the Halifax. : to some threepersons whose : V
rounding tl"! 01,1DllI. OYSTERS andCLAMS The finest. quality of fruit for salein Gives Away __ __ !
was! a VLL.t indigo ; wi'b.n they are models of convenier.e : 'V V
single boxes or car lots. Special : in the
'. names were mentioned :
and sugar cane and the finishing and furniShing -
The mil/I Pt. ( r"I'"tC"r'-\ : PHONE 14, :: attention paid to filling orders.V V : Eve
plantation. i tjive evidence of the eleganceand r Day .
y previous day's .
.nsstvely operatedxten. cultivation of those who worked : MUNROE & STEVENS : .
In thos"urlyrt.tT 1M. C. ""OWES .
I it all: out. Indeed. it is the interior FORLAW !: GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. :I.
l hut hits tven l la

dlsus" for forty or Real Estate I arrangement and artistic furnishing! ... Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. : Four Tickets to the Crystal
V fifty cesrs.V 1 and sDRdirg. more than the exterior .
\ sVtryfi Int..r..t In:: 1 Insurance I appearance that gives; a surpassing; : THE ELECTRICIAN. .. -- I Theatre and a Merchandise 4 4

drive from Inixton.Is .. -. .-. .- .... ... .. ........ .. . . .
fi !OT.Y: PUBLIC I charm to Daytona homes. This re.!.- Best Prices Best Work .. . . . . . .
'-y cx-ean i l.V l. -,i.lto Order for 25 cents on some
th-1 .)pr,':..t'1! oHi .: Port Oranz Fin.S. I ture jastly merits prominence as another : NORTH BEACH STREET :: GITTENS & MESSING :i 4

Port .
i tll :" Iter.-. i.t i.
'Streets ard Pavements the Most .. .ISueIIIIISIS3USISIIIMcDonald's It ; t' Fresh Fish : '
: >r.d :V ii iul t li. II S. G 64 MARH t ((9j
.. ::::=
: : tI i r"'I1h : and Best. '
(1:1.-1 ;
Boat Yard
: -: 5 Clams
I'rln"II' .>!,-. '-t t)' \ Iq >:C : 4 4
Port Onin--' ILL thru {General: i Why th* Architect of the' Utu\ers; Established: 1903
: I and Rose Bay Oysters : Watch for them
., '. CHAS, M ---your name may
.t of th-' l I. :I chose to give Daytona the most admirable : McDONALD. Proprietcr .
hrut.-d old I i!..u/i r .'hrchandiscJ.rt ; Market South Beach Street
the most picturesque natural Boats PI en .
: Railways. Built Repaired j
.4 Ii nil1!1, retur tin.: t.tona'y .- I 4 be I
V _ili* mnlrtl.ni.I not revealed, bat that such is a1,j I .B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.E.BIB*!I.S'i': : : !'! ?+!.!'!'! : : 44 4 S 4 G. 4... e ...................... 4 I I

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1 THE DAYTONA DAILY NtcSh9 _. .___ __ __._, Page ThreCapt.

ofnty, ".. ,1 ( GRAND I OPERA, HERE[: TGlliT Troubedour York like the now Alice rannlcg Neilaoar! In: tours New ION 1 1I A ADVICE OF HIS MOTHER[ -I PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA -i f ilill Iw I .

and Pauline Hall in Dorcas the opera

lat. UNIYfRSIIY AT m DAYTONA THEATRE. Cavalleria Rusticana played in one I i BASCOJICARITQN I 1 I GIVES.[ UP. SMYRNA is situated fif-

fact Four DELAND.lI'LA Uollf'g and. scene. It is not dependent on elec ri- I I HOWEAND NEW miles sonth of Daytonaand ORANGES
Tt'cbnlcal liehoola. cal and mechanical effect and does is an ideal spot reached If you want thevery
n B. Equipment eo tad ENGAGEMENT OF ENGLISH SINGING not require a choral ensemb'e: hence I TRICK BY SHERIFF PERRY from Daytona by hard surface road best Orangsapply
log nearly I rRndowment ni JT I CURRIERFLORIDA at
the- Faculty 01. 1u su: P)-ro oft'ssocs -? COMPANY AND ORCHESTRATO the English Grand Opera company I LANDS PRISONER IN COUNTY> I picturesque i Point Grovefor
and orchestra able the
is to
and J present backto
n..troctors. With its ancient ruins dating
t is Christian BE ONE OF THE BEST ATTRACTIONS ultimate In quality \ersis mediocracyin of -
a time when the history man
but non Rectai!as . and Mrs W. W. SmlJh RiverUrstgithe
own I Tt'8.Cblng. re- quantity and the grand: opera masterpieces DEPOT. LANDS runneth not interlaced with wiresof I beat In th>
For information turned Wednesday afternoon from OF SEASON.To the modern telegraph and tele- state.Grave .
of the world famous composers -
address; Miami where they have been for According to the latest lnforma-I >.\ phone, its miles of shell streets as situated lln
tyof Lincoln Pb.D. LtU.1 Halley>..' the past three weeks. They had a those: who revel in the highest: being to an extent educationaland tion concerning the capture of Bas- I hard and smooth as a floor and over- from the Vaytona.Ne.Smyrna Daytona N w

uc LL,, D. pleasant visit and the captain says attainment of vocal and instrumentalmusic i partly dependent on the patronage com Carleton. tae: man charged with LEIDERSDORF arched by hoary forest giants that I Road.
and President 1 of he Resident Agent the
students must given at a grew in stately grandeur during Moderate
the weather .was fine during their as exemplified: in grand opera! the double murder of Deputy Sheriff, of bygone centuries New Prices
dow I' price within reach of all. Espanola ': Town and I FERD
Guy White and Abe Snyder at
stay. . and this includes nearly every individual Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNProprietor
: J. W. PERKINS Sunday afternoon, the bad
In the universe, from the. Property and rest
Pfoone 28 will call for your clean- man surrendered voluntarily on I
than I f pu'pit:' to the prison: a few remarks: f Ormond All nature here is very inviting to
Notes I
!' tag and prt-' lng. ti BURNETT. I e I advice of his mother I
will t
rated Attorney and not be amiss concerning tonightVengagement ) Carleton was found by two special the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here

r the of the English Grand too is to be found the best fishing and
the deputies at his home at Dinner Island -, iU.JIALEl I A L f 1 1General I
over Counsellor f 'j' Among visitors to the city at Opera company and orchestra. ORMOND, !Mch. 9-A. G. Carletonis : and calmly announced himself hunting in the state of Florida. I i
= this time ia F. C.
at Lay Gairmer manager The putting up another of his fine
ou of the Champaign Democrat U an innovationand ready to submit to arrest and be The people arc thrifty, the busi- I
at Urbana boats W. Mass. P
for Jenks of Boston
with (; Ohio. Mr. Gaumer notable in many ways. The eyes turned over to the sheriff.. j ness men enterprising and all unite ; s
came down of the musical Ormond has a craze for -boat building Hardwareand
allay wm Praetre Inuc r-. by boat from St. Augustine Wednesday word are now this Knowing the feeling of the r si-1 I in extending the welcome hand of : I.

of State and i. and will spend week focussed on Pietro Mascagni, the season. dents in the'icnl.t: )' of Espanola hospitality to strangers. There are i,
a la Day- of 'Rusticana Mr. Irons of New York had a fine I
composer L'Amigo Fritz
ngs Federal : tona. and fearing violence might be doneto Builder's five church edifices for white peopleand
Courts and a new work, Ysobel, to be: looking cruiser come down last week
Sf r produced her son the aged mother peadcd: Supplies, an equal number for the colored
the New from his home, which to all appearances -
at theater in New I
with Carleton to submit to arnst
Furnitureand population the town has an excel-
\.: "LOST-Hailrcad ticket to Cln- York within a few week seem to fi'l: the bilL ; ,
DxLAND. FLAA cinnati. Liberal reward. C. Henry I! Cavalleria Rustkana (Rus.ic Chivalry. We have not learned the particular and stand trial rather than take the : lent high school. a splendid public I
chances falling Into the hands of
fiver on
the Oaks.. 83-S4-83;; about the fair: herd last week in the library, aad up-to-date business I
j ) popular the world': over has UndertakingNew
the relatives and friends of White: '
onI I t been Hotel Ormond for the benefit of the houses. I
WEIGHTS --- i never heard here, although the"intermezzo" and Snyder.
I the
Geo. J. Vande Union church but should say it was SmyrnaTHE There are any number of pretty I
ford !:5 a] New played during the in- Carleton was placed: under arr st
INSURANCE Smyrna or on the pninsua: opposite: terlude is a familiar number to mcst I a grand success as it netted $3Sr:; by the special deputies! at :2? o'clockin homes for the permanent population, I
arc The patrcrs: cf the ho'el} are certainly I which numbers close to 2,000. and
that city looking after his apiary :located : of us. I 1 the morning and held at DinnerIsland I I
ltd a lot of people.: some very fine winter residences. STATE A BANKOK
Offenbachs generous
AGENCY V at)) that pace having gone sparkling little operetta until the arrival of Sheriff I I
over gone there :Monday aboard the boat' "The Rose of Anvergue," is! One of the finest boats built on Perry from Augustine shortly af- OCEAN HOUSE"0 S{ There are good hotels and boarding ,
pe the Halifax rher is the Pegsy L... i' houses where you can find accommodations i I
t he built recently another brilliant'cut musical ,
use gem
movinghis ter noon. The sheriff tbck the pr.soner ; I NEW N SMYRNA
all DeLand, Florida bees from place to p'ace in aI I which scintillates here for the first built for Mrs. Whiting of Whiten- back to Augustine, here a j F. W. SAMS to meet your requirements. I

.ea :.' 1 migratory system of bee keeping: I time on this occasion! ; thus we are \'11Ie.Iass": equipped with a 2'*>-: large crowd of people had gathered I PW,,pm tTI: '''R Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a JOHN: President T. HAMMOND

enty.eats. horsepower Sterling finished: in natural section of vegetable land as can be ;
such as has oeen practiced i for years to receive a "double Lil.-a ga'anglu at the depot to await the arrival of'i'i. Rates: GEO. L BRANNING
OLDESTLARGEST by C. O. Poppleton! of Stuart. ; as it is called in operatic cir I color inside: with cherry decks. the train and get a look at thv bad I found anywhere. This land has been 'ashler
anfights I IDr. I heavy plate glass windows, all round $3.00 per Day divided into small farms which can i
cles.Still I Transacts a
I cabin up-to-date control She is certainly man.To Special at reasonable Some !
be prices.
J. C Herman, Osteopath: 20 I another attraction: a'so refreshingly -. thwart the citowd' and prevent'any per bought : General
wned new, and therefcre doubly a beauty. Messrs.: Nostrum I Week of the finest celery grown in the state
and BEST Vohisii! Ave., Daytona Phone 40. tf I possible display: of ill feelin Banking
Lying ... j acceptable, is the orchestra: ladies' and Carnell were the designers and Sheriff Perry did not take his prisoner Excellent Hunting is raised on this land. All other vegetables Business
S -- builders who have done themselves and! Fishing and here,
orchestra, if in abundance
you please-and conducted : to the depot in Augustine>, grow
that The power boat Ace II, which was by the famous Boston leader. proud. the Or- NEW KMVRNAFr.0Itt: too is the home of the famous Indian I 'A Per Cent. Interest
y but removed him quietly at 71on Time Deposits E
For Florida brought from Eustis 1A
over to th's: city Nellie The Cherokee took a large partyof I ,
finpager.- Chandler, to whom the late ange street crossing hurrying him River oranges.
Meth'FARMS Sunday left Tuesday morningfor our townspeople as well as tourists
Patrick Gilmore presented Irs baton to the county jail in an automobi'e.By : .
GROVES Palm Beach with A. M. Pel.ettof l / to :New Smyrna on :Monday. They
the time the train arrived at the ;
this city as pilot. The Ace II is W'ashing'ton all enjoyed the trip exceedingly
1k TIMBER or station, niece the assembled, crowd
etho'; owned by Trempie Brothers of New fifty thousand people, assembled in I. the prisoner'' .................1...........1.....4...........1.I .....
TRUCK Jersey, who ,spend the winters at the vast amphitheater.Of .....1.......1....1....... "

tCII LAND Eustis and accompanied the boat the artists but little need be .t R. H. MCDONALD ::1, locked in the county ja.l.: : f

hieh Send sheet for Bargain to; here Canadian from that place. The. boat is said. C. Pol Plancon the baritone,I. .1 I The Joseph Zapf Co. Li
built and Is of mahogany.She occasionally gives recitals at $1.50 aI I MEATS ,! -- --- ,
fished is 32 feet in l ttt
and about
most THE GOULD.WOOTTEN 5 foot beam and has a 125-horsepowei seat. : Florida and Western : I r MLHE Li : JACKSONVILLE. FLA. :
Nikow. the tenor a compatriotand i
.1 61 .
pub' { Cod Sterling 36 miles engine.an hour Her but speed it la is thoughts statedat alternate with' Bonst and Caruso, :: The Choicest Steaks and : I : Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor t

IIPLAXD. 'LA, I will do even better than that and appears for the on tour first time.in America this season :. The Primest Roasts :. I DR. DAVIS, Panthera ist .: house in Florida. Sole distributors for j

litlic will make a great showing la the i iI
Hertha Heyman has appeared in Telephoneuswhat you want and we : PENINSULA DRIVE Celebrated Beer i
races In which he Is entered at .. ... .. ,. : Anheuser-Bush
many the casts with Tetrazzini and :Mary I, : will endeavor to set that you get It. : I "t4.-.or..llluu. Houth of W.-l t. v
f the Beach. The boat was brought I + Phone&;( Htor.-
I over Garden with Manhattan: I I the i
called to
ccmrany. : attention is
s to GORDON from Eustis by wagon. !:' : :1 I DAYTONA BEACH - FLORIDA Special
1 Others bear the stamp of public ap DEPARTMENT.r-
stork I POULTRYThe .1. l'untll9'rllJl, : U n Creek; romixniiul.slunifxlni : MAIL ORDER
proval. .
"all hiillnit. Tiefore.
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water ** .1.1 >. IH.'t.'ti.Imme': -, <>,t.- ,.
GARAGE FOR SALE Seven passenger Now for the puzzle. Grand i IiygI. n. ;:
opera ,
mute. The Packard touring car fully eiuiiped.' stars double bin:l and orchestra! all better"lIrU..r'ou chance you leave have.ourord..r of gettingthe r theJ .1 I, o"lIthflln..Ut.ItllllH. Haltflow-.4r.: and KI Till-rtrt.'ul.lilel ..... rur,...'snr i : Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. !
> nlolut.' Tr.-utui'-nt at <>tfl< > .
south and DeLand'edby I going at 51 Second north, low Ave.price for cash 79-6c. Call for one dollar. .. choie,.st. .. I.I II.-! )
Headquarters i Itt solution is simple: Like :Madam I ..N...................... ._ o

then -

o road by AutomobilesAGENT FOR s

., &nit five C 01 d Arthur Maxwell Runabouts Royal Cars G.P.HRmlln HuwlloHAMLIN Touring and I BEDDING[ : THE. MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL J BEDDING F 1i


Price9.Rhlp & ;

HAltlLIN Attorneys Wool Blankets, Union Blankets, Cotton Blankets, Sheets, i


daga I no fs, at Counsellors_LawIIF.LAXI Pillow Cases, Spreads, Lace Bed Sets. V _

atn% ,
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makc .

other {"{ fOUNTAIN'S"D&LA. 1 WATER I ..

t inelcn. D, F.LA. I I I 1 HEATERS.

some and a is Shoes ClothingFurnishings I 4ji\; \ V q. ; j't I

thetrue ,q 9'Qq rr,7

City f,, 4:

East For beauty, sleep ana perfect rest, s !f 1 1c

and -" must have the perfect 1 .' 1 F *Ji

pled DELAaDFWa rh [ PA you EmmerichGuaranteed I 0 I L, H EAT J F RS 1 '

FeatherPillows. : .. h _
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NEWS ..... They are resilient 1 and luxurious. and are I : THE PERFECTION ', ,

filled with pure clean fluffy f-.athe.rs. I ,

.. cured and deodorized by the Emmench. I I

exclusive process, ridding them of.ali .I ..r,.. I lyl tn ,

persons whose J odors,oil.animal matter,andallforeig '' 1 1V ',
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entioned-- in__the and teed sweet deleterious, pure and substances.odorless. Entire I : J' I j i -
paper ._ .. pillow satisfaction,or money refunded. I! : !) ; 1
y seal .

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Iseome .
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name may H

... E Large Line of Trunks: LICENSED EMBALMERS iii:;: lr ,

../1...........1' ; Bags a.u! Suit Cases CALLS ANSWERED PHO.MPTLY, DAY OR MCHT::: I q


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............... ............MM................... Ir' .1 -...
THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Peninsula Variety : i

rA------- Published every evening except ..J.D- WE SELL t H<

day, from December 1 to April 1. by StoreDAYTONA i i
. I THE GAZETTE-NEWS: CO. BEACH FLA. : Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds oflubricating e '/ ii
Excptlonnl 1 MoneysavingValue .
Editor.: -
II : oils on the market. : i
C. S. HARRIS City Editor Enamel Ware .

CLOTHING II HARRY L. ROOD, Adv. Manager China : --- e.
I I.
GEO.: F CROUCH. Superintendent. : L.
Entered as second class matter Laces : WE REPAIRAutomobiles i .
I GENTS' FURNISHINGS December 1. 1910 at the po;.toffice Ribbons j. Greatly Enl

Daytona.. Florida under Act of Opposite Webster's Grocery Store of all makes and in any condition. : ZS S.dJ

f Seabreeze Ave. I I. _--- :
March 3,
I. SHOES i iI .
I STORES AT t Daytona, Ormond Titusville, Daytona, Florida. j i ......MH--....-.-.......................... ................. Central Auto Garage. .ieNN ... Sunrtnrr .

Palm W. Palm Beach.
oo.e eoe I._eeo e ooee.e..eee............-..eNN : Clarendoll d 6 C Co. Complete Machine Shop : I .e.0+e............................NNN.......: :........


.. .+...+.+.......+.......................**.+...* .. A COMPETENT-MACHINIST.- '. NN..... 1999999999999999999999999999..............!).. :NON.NS .

By Rail and River. V I It I I I.::. AUTOMOBILES OPPOSITE HOTEL FOR CLARENDON RENT. SEABREEZE?l Inrt; ::&;I II:n,-;:Eacbmge.FLA.; .t:. 'I'I I What's the I r j T:

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; iir"riit'riiirrlir'rLSr can really have competition in th( i i .

ATLANTIC COAST LINE. [ matter of freight and passenger ST- Use .

1 JUST GOSSIP '; vice and rates it will have the on I : All def

Best Service t to the East =5 BY THE GOSSIPER. ;} thing must' > needed to help put us on of spending your time sweating over a selected fr
S (: of the Florida : hot stove these hot days trying to i
S.liununwwau.WN 1 !!!.W .I .I.I rlw..". Nt}! the map. The efforts get
Leave Jiickonvllle...... ...... 7;:0u.in.
Palmetto Limited. I ArriveJ avannnli... ........ .... ..11J>';a.m. East Coast road officials to taboo : the family ironing done on time when help used )
the Z
.. A suggestion was made at
DAILY. Carrying through Coaches, Charleston AllUU I tH '::::::::::::::: O.TOp-'H.4.27p.m.: : meeting of the Daytona board of Daytona have been endured by the you can buy ana with allfinest tiT
Richmond. 4ain.nt. suffering people in ths: vicinity for i .
Etectric-Ltehted Pullman Drawing Room ? >n':".:::::.::'.".'. M.la+a.nt. trade Wednesday evtning which is would I Che
. .. .. many years and rce'dents here
Cars. Jacksonville to ;; Hllltlllloco' w.16 a.m .should ''eive I
fiteepert, Dining a good one and which (
11'. PbIlHdt'lphln..l1.:5I1.m.NI"York. i : :: I welcome kind of an opportunity AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRONFOR
... .. any : SummerConcec
New.York.... ...... I30p.m. the support if the plan is put! into 1 i to throw their business to i
of automobile: owner :.......
New York and Florida Special. / aiiy Except ,Kumiay. \o.NI every some other road to a sufficient d.-
train de Luxe.Leave Jaeksonvllle__.................. l.W p.m. and citizen in the city and vicin I Coasfofficials
Description of thla popular to convince the East
Ttali train conslt of Pullman Itrawlng .. (,,'Charleston snnllh; .p.Room ........ .............. H.:.' p.lII.Ian.ryObllt'n'stlon ity. The suggestion is that an auto doesamourft
state Roomkeping.lIntngend neateU by tt'8m.Ar.LI- ,ITt> Richmond........................7.i in.ut. parade be held through the streets of that Daytona I I.I.i..ISr I
= cars > N'xshtngton.:: ....................In.*')8. I. to something. .
If brtftnntly l lighted the new throughout highspeed:: brakes by electric-and .fc. Boldsmore' _....-...-.::............'{nc..:.. 1t.1II. the city and on the beach in connection I .
&&7. gpeiMal lights -lng provided for each I el hlllld'lpblll. p.lII. with the aviation exhibition $3.75These .
? \ York. P.' K"K"
or berth for.reading affordlnlt at nIght.perfect comfort In writing \x 2._7hATe..nn:!lHt" ..._ S.M p.m. here the last week in this month. t NEW{ RAILROAD MAY CONE ..

... .. .. l eave Jacksonville ............. 0.15a.m.: While no action was taken on the I .
Florida and West Indian Limited. Arrh.t-'u'.snnsh." ................ UOp.m.DAiLY. suggestion by the board of trade the I ..
r ** Augusta ... .SO p.m. TO THE CITY OF DAYTd.
Carrying Through Coaches, Charleston:::::::::::: :: 5.48p.m.: : : plan met with the approval' of the I ..

It tCtrl'c-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room [ !:! Richmond 11'ashington.! ..;;.';'.'.;.::::;; S.iOa.nt.: : ; members and should be taken up' are the Standard Laundry Irons and are .r

Bleeping Cars. Dining Cars. Jacksonville : B1Krtpkta.\\\-tSSS! ( and considered seriously by the business Continued from ) .
11'. ::::: : ( page on-e for sale
i $3 New Y or It. New york......... ...... 0p.m men and citizens. The- aviation I visits Daytona he will take up the I by ..

.. .... ) . exhibitions with no other attrac- matter of a down town office with .
Coast Line Florida Mail. Leave JscbonvJllt nm I Hel
Arrh'(' '""'v/tnnah.......::: .::. ...JHI 7.55p: ,)a.m. tions, may prove to be a rather dry the officials of the board of trade. White
..... .... ... .. I
Charleston sjfia.m. .
DAILY. Carrying Through Coached and of automobiles
Rcbmond . ... .. ' affair a parade A vote of thanks was received I The Schantz Electric Ice The Prin.
ud Electric-Lighted Drawing Room ? ton... .:::::.". ..11S'm: prettily decorated would heap: to I from the Palmetto club for the offer ,
t3i lep'InICars. Jacksonville to few York Butimore ..::.::.". .J LlO x.nl. ,, : Palm Beach I
.. I .... .40 8.01. make the waits between the flights of the board of trade to workIn .
at Men! Rtatlon. :V.: \V. Philadelphia new
Stops ...... .......... .. :
V >t>w *:ork "8.11I. more quickly and peasantly.! .
Lava: Sleeper Jacksonville to Savannah. pass conjuntion with that organizationin and Water Co. SalI

Best Trains to the West.o. --r: all things that tend for the be- i I ..

Plans should be starttd now for tennent of the city of Daytona and :, e.................................HM......eeeee..oo. .hel.II.I I
:' business man, hotel man and vicinity. j
every I
Limited :No. XI.:
South Atlantic :% and 51! Montgomery Route I": uudN.iI
I i i8.1Gtplri : citizen to decorate during: the avia- The matter of the need of a jracompany "> -- -
\ LH'k"OIl\\lI.-\r. \ tion attractions March 2S, 2'J and ;20. to furnish: gas for cooking .
I.v..JM.k..on'.I\1t' 11.451'11I N15pm \ "JiilfllllJMam
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..... .Atlanta ..... I.vl<>.:!'} A> Ar .Montgomery I 1.\ KjH week the of .
I Ar pin an pin During this city Daytona and heating purposes in IXiytona was
8.40pm \r.....Ixiulovllle.....Iv $...>am I 1.111ptn: Ar.. Hlnningluiiii. IN :tAU .pin I i .
1.06am Ar....Indianapolis., ..Iv/ I.Hintn 7.111'pm.-\r. Na, "III... .. J.\" W.-.Tunii?; .should appear in the bri hte=-t discussed and it ia probable efforts! :

7.10am''U4pm :'r..t'hkllgO..I.\\r..C'1I1I"Ionlltl..I.,. "N.iiiiaiii..*'11 pili |I T.jOaii l.litan .Ar r..1. .. .St.:vnivllle..In. l
j V':iSaii' Ar.. ...( .hh-Ulo..I.\:: IJlru I visitors should be given: the impression ,I ing plant established here. ..

that the city is always dressed I The question! of a system oft'\\ 4 4 .

No. W. Dixie Flyer Route I *. ** No. M. I j I Seminole Limited I!' No. .3. II III I in holiday attire and with all gates I' er* for the city of Uaytonavi.: ;I.- "Florida Limited" ..

-I --- knocked oft and doors thrown wide tom-hed in the gene/al d s -u.-s'on 1 r : "Southern's Southeastern Limited" I ..

, S.tfpm L\ .. JarkMtnville., Aril] :+,iniii 14.1111)111:1.\': . Jacksonville Ar ':.'>:am I open. All visitors: to tincity during -! (conditions' : : re and it :is proli.ibl"som lye riel
. .. .. "Jacksonville-Atlanta
10.25pnf \r.\\uy.w s :i.lllulII> lo.l.ipni' ArVa..\ -r T (Xwni( Ar..111auh/ .. N.nipiu 2.2iuimtAr . ... ..\\I\ ,n"' . .. I 1.\ I l.tf.liim: I aviation week should be m t with definite: action: l'.okingwa'c1- : I .
8.46piii .Ar ... Kvansvllle.: ",:lUlTuuil I lUBMiin Ar... Itiriiiin linlil l\ .4111'11I>) I Special"I .
:: :
1.\1' the glad hand, made to feel at home the establishment( of
11.48&111r..... .Chlcatio. . !i-V! pm 7.ISnnl'.tr;' .. ...'liioiio: .. .. Iv :I.U'IIIIII| a sevve age;: s\-: .
7.20am .-\r..l'4t.l.oubo .. .. *.:10)1'11I ':'.:"111111Ir.'t.' Louis. .. IvlljJOpinFor : and asked to come again. It is on'I I i Item' will l taken in the near future. -i.% .. .

big; opportunity for Daytona: to advertise -i I The next meeting of the ho'ird of ..
Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or WriteA. l SOUTHERNRAJLW'YFLORIDA
itself! as really! the prettUst j trade will be held: in the Elks ha 1 I I .
W. Division Pass. W. D. I .
Att. STARK Pass
Traveling Att. winter resort in he south and the 'the '-veiling of Mor.diy.: : Mar I h 20.I .
. . .
WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I I citizens:: should make the most of I i .a

..................................................... ', the opportunity. The idea of the I I i March 9 In American History I SPECIAL. SOUTHERN'S LIMITED.SOUTHEASTERN .
members of the hotel I men's organization :: I West and. Northwest. II .I.let
f STEAMER and the board of tradein I, 1773-Isnnc: hull American naval hero ; Washington. New York and the Cast.
1 i| I Kirn: died 1ML: I[ I.v Jack onville ...... ......40 a. m. _
Cherokee Tomoka I River Ii bringing Aviator McCurdy here i is totract 1SOG-Kdwin Forn-st. noted tragedian: : I Ar Atlanta................ .5.00 p. m. Lv Jacksonville.......... 9.00 a. m. I ..I.I.I.I
: 1 visitors to Daytona at that I lNrn! ; died IM'J.1SOU Ar Chattanooga..i.3: ? ; p. m. ;: Lv :Savannah .............. 1.10 p. m. ..
: FOR : time and every effort should be made.. -First battle between ironclad j I Ar Cincinnati ...............I S.OU a. m. ; Lv Columbia .............. 6.40p.m. .
I to show all strangers a good time I I. warships.: ( Confederate ram Merrimac i I i Ar Louisville ...............$.10 a. m. I Ar Washington ........... S.53 a. m. I .
: DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. : I IItI during their stay. defeated in Hamilton Koads: Ar Chicago ...................:".2.; p. In. Ar Baltimore .............10.02 a. m. ..
Ar Cleveland 3.15 p. m. I Ar I'hiladelphia..1".2: : p. m..lr .
> > > by Krirsson's: famous Monitor. I Detroit ...... ..............4.00p.m. Ar New york.............. :2.31! p. m. I .
: The largest; fastest and only boat stopping at the The mere suggestion that the Atlantic 1)'i-JoIm! groom 1't'S.: lwhoJIIl..ri- ..
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astronomer, died
\ Ixirn ISM.
cabin. : Coast Line railroad may Lui'd: ; .
tilt :
1 1II a line from Daytona to' IIan l to a .
: : ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. West and Northwest. SPECIAL. I Steam HN
connect with the main line through
:11 I (From noon today to noon tomorrow i Between Jacksonville and AlIanta.I .
: First-class Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin. : the state( at the county seat; junction Sun r i:5'1j rises Lv .Jacksonville.......... :$.()) p. m. .
sets: : k Glti: moon ids
: ;
N......l..................-............-.- ................................TTTTTT....... ......._ '' ; is hailed with delight by the I 1:02: a. It).; moon furthest north and .\r 'Atl.-mtH ................. 5.20a.m. Lv Jacksonville..S.50 p. m. ..
\ "iusvillf' .............. s.A. p mAr Ar JI1"OD..4.3.; a. m.
. . . .. - -- I lt"l Ii11!>- ct this vicinity: If th> lint. highest; moon in conjunction with .... ... i ir II
I.! \!\! .!'.!' i\!'.! .! ! !-!\ ! -- -- I i I'M-innati< .. ... S.3p.I m.r Atlanta...... ... .. .7.45a.m. .
if Z? 1,11i i roo tIy: be h1l T. if '11. :'vToi: : planet Neitune.001OL000OOOOoeOOt Ar ( hl.-ago ............. ... 7 45 a. in.Ar ---- -- --- - --- .

Steamers U.S.A. l )..troi(.................. f .3U a. m. Asheville N. C. : o. Al
f t I Louisville 'I'II .\. Hirmirmham:: .....12.15 noon Jacksonville...... .....! .OOa. m. t .
.. .....e>I.OI0 o o.. 0.aeiti09Qti51R i Ar I l\-:tn!-:a, I'ity ...IO.3: a. m. _-\Asheville ....... .......7 (00 a. mAr .
I AND ft Ar i '" "rttln: Springs: .... '...I; a. m. Cincinnati ........... ...".00 a. m. : Palmetttji

Constitution : ; .. . __ .
andNash.ville \ 1"1\ '-1 '1 .. ,- .U -- s ..... .iIO
I ,..... !I. ".'i..i.. | ,1- ,, ,"| ,. |1..1 ; I.I \il i-1 1 \ --inub: train-": , llio.l. ::n -I I. (rira" lllis.'lltf I,:: '- 1 .". .. 9 "t'i'n l 1'1' 'e111, ,, IPN.11i-b, . :
\ -.iin.'i' : -1. I : puie1'a- I Iltuntcru.t : T\.1.I iiin -
I Railroad . .:- .--rl.-:: ... :' t.. ; ;0"-' .11""" ".......11. I I TH'KKT. "Fn"1-: X" ,. :' .. \\J-.TJ\Y..T..I'I.: : ...' '.\.II.J-.I.: \.
...; ,.
IijF 'i I IMontgomery are now running betweenDAYTONA 1'. t. ....,....:,;: <;-. l 1'1'. oj .' .." II', r .."I.' : I. : I I /I' !""n 1.1" |H. i \at I i I"n. a I It n root' "'" 1. ; ".t! li..n.lin.I
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I .. "It' . Hotel 1 Despland. .
Daytona Fla. Fla.
4' ; Jacksonville
10" Iw
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and 'l ,. .!... ...., : .
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I PALM BEACH rtu! t-: nutnNI111: (
I i rI ,Q, t iiiul 'oI'/llIln' out.t II.l -; i' ( .
Jacksonville, A.C L... S.15 pm ;; I i :lar-j': ,ponhrom r' 't- i .
pl'-l- l h fin ni.i.-| c\l: lnri; -
it Lv itirmincham ...........12.22 pm !-) I k rompli-t"I' two.torvir: : .. Ocean. It)

j I Lv \a>>hville ................. ;.5.3 pm I i nK--'. > \- "-'n: ,- nrt.liii iluht.throughout I' are large ad I
vice ts
.Leaving Daytona and .. a
Saturdays II on priui. > : uit: 'r
I. & N..40 .
Ar St Louis am ,, I on apphcj
eL I| Tuesdays at 8:00 .'.... nl>.olnl. < 1\" punCIKM. .
: a. !I"r
- m. j :; i-i-t> rJ. rain wa- i -----------1'
,! t- r: ino.t il. .inhlu !.. SISI.II.I
bound South. | ,. II.'ichlN.rh..d1 I n, II' r l'
,, ;. Dixie Flyer Route. I 1\ I'u'' Olin 1111,1" III 'a".t III "U ti\" '" 1 -' u.1''.ll1d, Iu'. r. I

,. e|; I.,' Jacksonville, A.C.L... S.25 pm y.I Leaving Palm Beach Saturdays I STEAMER SWAN i iI
or Inquire the No.
on Premises 39 South Ridgewood Avenue. rSlSI.ur
Lv Chattanooga .. .........11 37 am I and Tuesdays at 9:00: a. m.

...........o s.. .. ....0..00..0...0 .....N.. THE

i yI! I'j ... ,., .., With r
I I South Atlantic I Limited. Iii. I ""ft accommodations and service lighted byelectricity It Fresh mil'

-- t and capacity (for sixty cabin II er
I Ii F. E. passengers:
f. Lv Jacksonville, A.C.L... S.15 ; C. TIME I TABLE .
pm i i is now being operated betweenDAYTONA ,
i I Knoxville.. L. &: N.....12.20pm: t BROTHERS i i I IN EKf EOT JAM AltV! Q. ion I I II r. 4

Ar Cincinnati........ ....... S 45 pm !- I ........
'I 15r rand_ 1tii rid$...... .. 6.45am : -- -- - -- 'I'll.-s.I-" 'XI-IJ'\h-- --h\\\; Nnl'Ill l"I'SI.-I: :. \I' t 1' : I and I II

Ar Louisville ............ ... 8.40pm I :1":' MT I 1M> i :ti I| -jt. :
J. Ar Indianapolis.......... .... 1 05 am Seminole LimitedSOLID I I SUl4 JIM _Mw :tv PALM J BEACHand :-e- ....
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; TRAIN r'p/ : lipI 12 Vip i. (111' I !' ; Jackaonsilk ; ; : I .
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-- i"I' 'p I 3 I l.'ip 1 s fiii _
t I '!) I : : ,1' :6 r1) I 1 R5p\ \ lit Item. li'" :.w. St. Augustine .; '':.p| .; 1'1' :2ic II imp _.-,m,, i.I .
:! Three tirst-clsssElcctricLighted Electric Lighted Throughout. I I:; :::::a 5 KP a .v.p 13 ;y-p i ? 11 Ormondla) ;; :.'":'p" :I s a1) 11.4&M"| V sis 7 4 I'll .
1s I: ;.5:1; : a sip' 4 "ICp I 11: I 4" .
I Train Berth Lights, Dining Curs ; :! :...c .. II'." ti; Tup' i 2 4.p"V 4 :rS p p Ifockledae>tona: I I.:: ',IM v!,'I a I lip 4SJ> M Ii :xtu!I'm:! :l'7 ::9!;:::"i i -4.' mi;s*; I + I .
pls CF&T 7 4i !! I IS SKI 7 !; : ',, :I .
4i : tf.p !> :?1'1'1 W.l'almHrach' 7 ) ,
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Carte. I 3 It5n:; :{ '
'C each train, la uN si
on a .
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u :'lilt :: :;uu eI..l' 1F:1: : 1' Miami : 7 I:", 1 Mm ; ... I 0
!! __ I I 1'I' I II. !i Intermediate Points through the Picturesque Halifax I AmericanS

h J t Louisville & Nashville R. R.T. R. llrpiiiPipn ; I This schedule is published as a matter of news to readers of =a and Indian River Route. ..

i I the Daily News and not as an Z t Leave Daytona Thursdays ... . ... . .. 8:003. m. .......
ad< 1 y! WALKER. Fla. Pass. Agt. II I i Beach Mondays 8:00: a. m.
CT I I i
.' 118 W.Bay St.,Jacksonville.Fla.GROCERIES LOUIS

if 1 : ,.),i\.,.,.'. ......... ........... : ............ ', (..0.O..........+O..O.O 0.e.0.0. ...0...o..... a s.ll c! K:>K TKKKTS AM I) STATfc.KOO.MbASK 1 i :....0..

,. .eael.Cecetoro..t.t....... AND ALL, POINTS,, BEYOND. :; BOND LUMBER c .
I. r.1 : ; ; o COMPANY : :MR. 0
: !! FOSTER Ii

; :!I : ..: .: 1{-i!.i.-..1!ii i\i't;\ \: ::!:;;i |:: ; :,: : 't;j:., ,;.. ;..; I j= ROUGH and DRESSED Manuiactjrers CYPRESS of LUMBER .t :,: i I AGE\T. 102 BEACH ST. DAY 1'01'I I ..... .s4 t-4 1 b

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'! at "I.M .1 i l lit t isle pri'1.' -. ;,t -I- : : ..!;: Laths. Shingles Flooring, Ceiling: Eritk. Lyre: end Cen: rt in S'ctk $ : OPERATED .BY. THE GULF COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY: I 4 .
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rod ti.-k-t-aftr : : \.i. '- r -' !I' o I .. .
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Klorhlii ., Au't.:: .Ii.-k-i.ii\l. .K .i. R. J. MALBY Manager s = II
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The.best; kinds of Daytona, Florida I rIJ fOR BEATING ... 'Ii. FLORIDA ..

iarket : 1 !Ii
:1't NOW OPEN '
: Absolutely
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T ; i i.J Late arrivals at the Oaks are \\-1 ... ....xi'MN, : true .. INHifa :' .
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: i L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. I S Farralee. H M l Farrale, Jackson. IllSSPOUSE. : t,t.- ......... .2UC... t'J-: '"A'l..It." Fireproof' f.

.t Mich. Frank Eveiiet and wife \VniIladcliffe ; .' I. .

I1, S. \. i Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all : and wife, Toronto, Can, J.11v I .. .*..." Now Open .

S l' ': : Sti' hfll and wife, Sho.hone.'o.: : Mv: _,_ :> :
condition. erage. .". Sides. Psbms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern : ..._. .. .-_. .
. i Convenience. Send for Booklet. .i I i : Offices :
Booking ::
t Late arrivals at the City Ho'el' are i Seabreeze Florida E. L. POTTER President

: F .' CONCERTS DAILY. Chas Heldinger, New York City, J I ASSESSED BY MAYOR TITUS : Hotel Blackstone, Chicago :

i i P Schksmger; T E Grover I5cson. 1180 Broadway, New York W. S. KENNEY Manager .
t Bummer .Address ATLANTIC HOUSE! : N.irrapiins.; tt Plt-r. Rhode Inland. .
.I A C Hall, F C John-un, :.Minneipo'is, .................................
...o....N......s4MNNN (, :............e4.................................. i3:; Swingle. Zanesville H C Van I CITY EXECUTIVE DETERMINED

;..;r :: Horn Philadelphia Fa S1: Yancy, I ooe44oe.oaaooe.oeo1eo.eoe .oe.e ee.I

.N.NN s: .............................................. Dayton, TtnnV \Voff! Atlanta, Ga. COMPLAINTS OF DISORDERLY .SOt;;; Tnn Located in the Most Beautiful i

- --- CONDUCT AMONG NEGROES o a Spot on the Halifax River... ....1 '

I Ie ,:1 THE RIDGEWOOD Recent arrivals at Schmidt's ho'el
JOHN J. McGUIRE Proprietor. t
are Jas Carney, Chicago, 111, D J SHALL CEASE.On .
II INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better in
.j Ryan, Birmingham, Ala, Mrs: J C WE
I Ii I E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. Fulmer, Amelia Agne, Utica, X Y, I a charge of d'eoruerly: conduct i Table of the best of everything in season. Terms as reasonable as I
Green Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No. 112 r
and beating his: wife George 1 the service will permit given on application.
t V Neuberger and wife, Brooklyn, N rt
i : NOW OPEN. Y:, Mrs: J Irwin, Worcester, Mass: I colored, of Midway: appear: d in the .............................eeoe..8MOeOO......... t

James Steele, New York City, :Mrs court of Major: Titus: Thursday morn I
. will be white Northern /Ne.....................NS.NS.e.....e.he.........
i All departments managed by help A Weigand, Miss: J Becker, New ing and was assessed a fine cf $!". .

sweating over a JerSey, :Mr and :Mrs W Kreitl: :er, 1 BENNETT :
I f selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white 'I and costs and sentenced to serve ;oU; : THE
[days trying to get o Dayton, Ohio. : t
j! help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied t days on the streets, the labor part : IAY'fINA: . I'IAN11)A. I
one on time when .( Now op.M ((01 tin third -"11"11) uiult-i tli- IPx-riil iiuimi|!'inrnt of \ H.nndK.: 0I.
of the sentence being remitted to ..* :SK... iiopri., ten! 01 1 liion 1 h. H inn'tt I... llri-t-class' in ,-vri. particular. Tiniuin .
!i! with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the [ Among the recent arriva's at the f"-) HI- HIIJX! i riot 1 1 iii hi. wlilt.'i'' ""'". iiKxl.-rn IIOIIM ii t ui: nlaI hoiuclikf OiiTmusplii
i Despland are :\1:551: : E Desmond, :serve as a peace bond for one jear. n and n 1 lH-utioit oul"-vurd. Hldg: 'Na51 U.IIUt"r"o teniit .
finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, I t"ourt'.lurutt.; Hot*'i will! U ?HH, 'n utlrf month of-April. O
r Philadelphia: Frank E Tho.-pe, harry In cage Green is l broighC: into court
Massachusetts. t
1 : Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages Marblehead. J
[1C IRON i i Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. Sterne, Cincinnati, C E West, EM on a similar charge within a year ....NN.ON...SN....N NNNN... ....N..N..N... 1

:...................................................4 : Fletcher Hull :Mess Helen Hanson he will be compelled: to serve his!
Havana, :Mrs Geo E Reilhel, time on the streets. ......0.........OoN....--...e....................

Miss Marjorie: Rerlhel, St Louis, Mrs. Green, his wife, who was ''taken .

I IefttrhISI.I.IIot...I.t.I.. s.................e.i.t.ir Mrs: GV Pittenger, Centra'lia'' 111, into custody at the same time on I THE PROSPECT I -_

Mr and Irs1: Hanson, Glen Ellyn, a charge of fighting: was discharged, i I

r : THE PRINCE GEORGE Ill, Mrs Louie Leleny: Xlis-i Grace I the evidence showing she is a hardworking I 109 South Ridgewood Ave.

Wilson, Newark: N J. woman and made the victim ': i 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office. I
I s of an assault by her husband. S Steam Heat

= Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors Mayor Titus is determined thatrighting I .../loll Mr. Foster p. j. DOYLE Proprietor. i I '
Among the recent arrivals at the
S :Mr and Mrs Chas T ,: and dieorder'y: conduct : .................00..................................
section. Ridgeuood
: Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this are '
the residents of'ay-
Irons and are : Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. Brown, Baltimore, C. P Peck WilliamF and I cross among and Midway negro shall cease and I ......N.0.............................................
wife, MillersLurg Pa, :Mrs .
Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. will hand out stiff pun:shment to a 1 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA tI
: rJ Miss M
Russell Jr. Summit HOTEL SENECA
Steam Heat Throughout. who are brought into court ou these; :I COKNKK.= HrVAI.I _AND (K'6AN: t+TN. J
I E Russell, East Orange N Jfrs, : J -- .

: White Help in Dinind Room. Will Remain Open: until May 1st S Goodwin Mrs: G M Shirk, Chi charges in future. ENTIRELY NEW. :
Over 20 cases of vioating! the :
: I : and :Mrs D B Corwn, Dayton
: cago .Mr C R. Bennett, Manager
Albert Bennett, Proprietor :
tile Ice e The Prlnc*George Pl..r Isthe only landing In I+III)tor.1l tAuguMlnrund!; I I. O, S C Sellers Baltimore, Walter sanitary ordinance were heard by :
Film Beach boats. Particulars with pleasure.Same Providence the mayor in puisuance of Irs: announced : A Nice I'III\ for SI"t' P..ople. Hlnllln'lIt'r.. Htenin Hent unit Phone In livery :
: B Frost and wife, '
S policy to see ;that the whole Room. White H4r\lr" .Throughout ..fi.sl( Mr. Foster :
R I.frs: Darius D Thorp, :Miss Mary: :
Co. : Management as THE Asbury: : Beach, Detroit. city is cleaned up and kei-t cean. .....................................................
I INN Jolt Mr. Foster G. A. Seller white wa- ass: std
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i.......I.....I1.I.I.i.I.u.I........... ....a..I.ael! I $1 and costs for violating: the vehice: .......................................................

ONNOi00 I Registered! at the( La Vergne Mansion ordinance by backing !h'' ; alJoD\olik H H MANWILLER. Proprietor + TE

........... .........................I.z.a.tea.IcI.I. COlnthIaln: (', Mrs Jennie Nor .
J. :M.\ Sniey: white, brought inrlcourt i : This new and select family hotel has just been enlarged and refurnished :
.-! .00..NN flt'etILss: :May and E la Camp,
i t ta on a charge of petty lilft.rllfrom : ; of its *
I for the season! 1910.11 to meta the requirements growing
NEW GABLES Franklin, VaVm I L Booth EityC: : Or : I lcosts
THE (n.! A. Fo-e \\tit> fined $2an : Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths Electric and Gas Lights: Call Bells *
N J, \\'mIorr's.:\ Troy, X
rains tinge or> ::ii.. da}:4 on th" st eels and : Rates $2.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application 0

J JLimited" Daytona, Fla. t: Y.V. Morrison: and wife, Torring I the fnn- and -n ent-f: romi.cvd t to jttrve -11111111.' i r Vl.h.-v, ;; II'i'lM I I. I i I'i IIK\ \l.II-:It. nr. :ui i (n.r"t> :N. .1.I . a.

: ". I' ton, Conn, Eug ne P Siniih: and I I :a.s a lit are:\( bond)!: f<'r o. e y -arMAYfiR'S . ........... .........
41 : y' NEW HOUSE CENTRALLY wife, Patchoue, N Y, Mrs C II Gren. .................-..-..-....... -....- - ---- ---- --
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S 1.; ".. LOCATED ERN CONVENIENCE MODt AND t 1: ding:, Colfax, 111, Mrs II Slo: 'eDd.l.X ..................+C...ee0.m........Oe...........N.
: : COMFORT. .. .. .. e (>\\ York Chas Hopper, wife am I :
>ecial"ILW'Y .", '''' .. .. .. .. .. .it : son, Germantown, Pa. "The I Lane Inn"e f
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I I ,_: M fS:" .:\-_::.jc_-_: : Steam e II Heal e t Throughout h t II ESCAPE.FELL : Ivy !

I 1.E't'-: <. : ('apt. B. S. Grove and w 'e. who I j .: A High Grade House, catering to the most particular people. C'otrallccalion. 2
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: ; ""; 1' Tli.. _\rirncu.n.Thou'nnd: ; l-lnixl .1 Palmetto avenue for, several weAs: FRJM MOVING AUTOMOBILE :1 Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor .ojJt

I'.rU. S. \ .. during! -1111111111 I ot and in the city for the past tWeI .
i .. I, : ," ,'__-Mo.' ,. ..._. __ .. __I I 1-; montls, tl'partE'tl't' ne day af.(;r- AND FORTUNATELY> ESCAPED : ./ Mr. Foster f

IK'S SOUTHEASTERN ii : ./Ijfi Mr. Foster I: noon on their return to Lks'on: WITH BUT SLIGHT .I...........S...........S.Ns.0...S--.-..-$--N- ..- .--.-.. ..--.-.o-
LIMITED. i !............... ..............l.B.B.l.l.....l.l.l.l>. Ma.-; >. Though he has traveled: *xtensuely I ON SCALP. ..000..O. ............. --..-.-.-...-.-...-.-...-....... &
this wj.s: the cap: a'n'r: BRUISE AND CUT
New York and the East. I I E. H. PURDY,
Prop. I II
and hfwas I
fir't visit; to Daytona:
Willelah ........... 9.00 a. m. i ....I.I.I.U.........IsI.....................I.......I. \wy much pleased!; with the city and I Littleyear:: I-d! James! Marion T i i- I THE SEVILLE Daytona.u Florida

.............. 1.10p.m. .. the East Coast in general ar.d<<1 in. tus son of Mayor Titus, had a miraculous I
tiia .............. 6.40p.m.. I THE : here again. Capt. 1 < Calf) from df-'a'lI this alter: i GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON.
gton ........... 8.53 a. m.10.02a.m.. HAMILTON -nds Utome 1 noon. Mayor Titus had his fain bout Surrounded by Spacious Grounds, in the most delightful part of the City I
lire ... .......... ( rove was for f teen years; in coin!-.i riding in Irs! ti.urmg car1:\ d I i The guests receive the best the markets afford in the dining room, and every

(ipbia! ..........12.23 p. m. I : New andFirst Class I: eosin] of the fine s'e"1I1l"hp.' Ya'eplying ,: was. coming south! on IV-ach s jf t : comfort and convenience that a well regulated hotel can otter to the public.

Irk ...... ..... :2.31 p. m. . 1a between Boston' and Xt w: when the to'ineau door: came <>| en (l.SS............* I......e..........SeeSNNN .43.. lI
1I York. and the lit'hfe !ow fe'l l out alii I

)NVILLE-ATLANTA i landed on hi.- he: d. IxK-tor- sioaye \" Ii" I.ree...I.K..m..sl..a..a..a.I.I.C....
: iiraee'et ei i h ton r I '
1.OST-PltiD po'd
SPECIALLacksosville : Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells .- from dea'h was tui a u c 0 : *\ 1 DAY1ONA, FI.A. Under new manage-> % -U 1ie
and Atlanta. : i Yolusia: avenue or North BeatbMr The little f.-!Ion) sustaft! l ed a > .t'I'| : Tl VxlCVClallQ, ,mtnt: Centrally located : good: table : tI
: Elegant Rooms, with or \\ithoutjBaths: : ,. 't. Reward for r turn to :2-::::. ;
and best 1 of 1 stt: rr heat andit T
wound and brui ox, r lr:< ** butwits ('t I -str\icc SIMPSCN. Prop.
vine .. .........$.<.0 p. m. : \"c'I1.a: iUfime. N4-it I'' :: a a ey I electric lights. Reasc'n.tble rates. '
.. ......4.3a a. m. 1I otherw.! uniiij'ired :I ; SSIOISIS
. ... ......J.> a. m. i The car trait tnuelinu J'' about IJtiul 1:: .SVII ISISIaISIfll.e.9 B.a.I.I.K.r.o7r.r.reLai.9

U.: MRS.\ I. M.'MABBETTE, Proprietor : Announced: Himself. ::' ', :ni hour \\"I!: uic .1 ,'d l ti ." tOee'e c..a..oe.a.1di.+!SI
,sheville N. C. u 1e I Whir! looking% fur !t'truIt1"'C:;: nit :asYNli ....S.O.C00s-.e caiiAoc QI
] ., .....'J.00a.atO . t-tirred. .I i
I sail
\\ regiment was about In I
a :
e.....:7 00 ft. m : ;: : THE AUSTIN i ii
Palmetto Avenue /l.rT Mr. I from cape Town for Ku: ;:Hml nu "Mi
I ui ......s.OOa.m. e .
: ........I..SII.ISiSRSr..I.I..I.I.I.I..0..II.IOI.I.C.IISIIISI I cer found\ l a privatetan Jii.;; at :itt -a I i OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA. FLORIDAI J.
111. .lr"nehe.andrlrgant\ : lion in a shed. "What are you tl"inchen ; I I 1

..... I I,tI 1\i-KHoSVII.K." :.I-'I.\. : -':'* he wan asked. Tlt-risi. sir.ns ." I I G. W. SWAN I'roj rietor., : 1 :r

P11. ,'oiniiiiiiitiat.lth : .I.ISIISISSIS..I.ISISISSISIiSISi.ISIS.SISISI.IIS \\' the reply. "I am a lunatic, and 1 Electric Lights aid Call Bells Steam Heat Hot and: Cold Water. !

PETTIT.Jacksonville D. P. ,A.Fla.ta . : 5 : HOTEL : nm lie waiting was: right; far: lit!the was corporal's a lunatic.( ;:u3rtl: anal."l I .I...........H..o. i......... ........... oMoe o I '- t'
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Ga. --
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INNON Florida i: his guard had\; forgotten;: him. --- -
Schmidt.fProprietor Daytona.
Henry Comforting. .4.......................0.0N.oeoas00..e.- .SNe305 i'II
from [Atlantic :
.fMHWA mile
.NO the bank of the Halifax River. one .
U Ocean.Situated It has on fifty roams' single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms "A critl..' said my last: painthi? la -ked ; II MRS. D. J. CUNNINGS d m
S The and service warmth. What do jmi, suJgrsti""A ; I PINES
cuisine THE \
all have exposure. &
U are large, airy and nearly: sunny 1 cop r let r cis. *
: is admirable. Rates: $3.00 per d.y and up. Specialists: icrf) families : lire-\\\: York .\lllerkUIl. a _

I on application. .. An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct : -

: ..III.II.I.....I.ISIII.I.SIS..SIiIISISISISISSiSIISISII i I supervision of the proprietress. I 1. (,

1 Fifty Years Ago Today. South' Ridgewood i Avenue, DAYTONA FLORIDA. I

1338 Same n .itiagin, nit, as the Ne* !Magnolia, Asbury Park N J. i I I ,.'z
March 9.
I .ISISISI.I.....IU....ISISlII1I.Ie1.ISISi.ISI.ILI.I.9 I tf' ""'...... 4.........e.e0...: ............6S..O.o.e.oo. ,) -
:\11'"in:1": coiniil') >tfy'ir] -
: 113 South Ridgewood Avenue. : rounded l h y th Sardinian: \ :army II .,,

TONS. i THE MAGNOLIA LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. : and nivundrr\ l U-adei-vlup: of

: <;enril (rialdmi. one of <;..inltalTwentyfive 4 I The OSBORNE :
RATES S2 CO : The WillmerI
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Furnacefceat.[ per
fruit the place.;
J service, lighted by : : Fresh milk vegetables and on cl1' lIuh..l ..tlkt'r. 1< II d '
I diy and up; S12.00 per week and'up.sr ; : \\ I IT:!: \N-; II /I' ' A. ObBORNh Prop. '
bin : s

[weep passengers i :' Mr. Foster MRS. CELESTE HINKS, Proprietress. ;:I I Years Ago Today. >..... Comfortable Ki.i.:insKxctllcnt, T.blcKates Rooms SOc Only. 7Sc. mid Modern SI.00 Convcnien per day 'cs ',.

.BCBB.B.B.B.B.B.B.BB.fl.. I Fnl.ill ,,'triks t.<--urrfd\ in in:itiyntlinir : :Moderate $250 to 600 per week I r ,
ii ..BtBtB.B.B.l.B.10B BBOBOB ,' I AveThe ,.
(' lit.... :a a lid n .t\\t\ \: > ol.idrutir Miss Hcrtha He. 'Iran am liS* spran. ' 'SIeam. Heated Rooms 11 Orange l' J 't.
and : 312 So.Palmetto I A ve. Daytona, fl a. iI J
i 5&M...1114M1. ,Iull". ,..'-."..!hah f."r l t .il'1 r

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.NNNNN....N.....O...... : I er.t Com,1-nv! tonight! :
CH I :. THE IMPROVED -- -- -- .................................. .................. I I''t' A.s.Mr. 'krq.
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HOTEL : .. : HARLAN THESES Lake Helen, a. : ; : I .

i i CITY ;: Ir HOTEL : ;TAGsi] '.. ,. . ,.' 1 ''I' , ,'.1. 01" ..", . I '1 I"J'" I I,I' ,. 11"t" .I t .
| NEW ,. :
DAYTONA FLORIDA. :.\ '. d :: '. ," ,. /t .. I '. . I I I.' ,I.' : II II'. e ,Ji
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Ownership and Management : ROCKLEDGE. FLORIDA : '! : r "
New 200. '
i : American Plan Always open GoodService: S . "H"-'t I: \ i N- ''I! I 1,1', J J.t i I: ' .'. t'"t'J''' .: .:'tell't; .,...la,: : 1 !:
{Picturesque Halifax Renovated and EnlargedManagement 0 .M 1. t'i.' :' 11101!.: 'in I ll\-r.! .um.. ". .i-t\ .II i l I., :iir.! .i.ni.:\1rll.; .." t.. . _.1 I 'I' : I !! I ; i
S ..t K-I-: with tii-| :" i. hl..I1.\ -\ I ". !1 1.I. .' ,
te. .. ; H. C. F. DOHM. : I.: :i. .. IiI. :L Inr nt t..I-.I'1 '.....ii'--.! -itI'm-ii;,.I '::I -1.d i::i;-.' -t- 'it.tt./1; llf.. :, !I Jlh..I;| :.'!i: .! w u':'... : ,:.:'.': . -:, ,,. \I;"1'1!' !I'I'!'!'. JI :I .: .I.1 . Foster Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Abrams, Preps. I.t if:i'o.

. .8:00: a. m. : ................INN............0.......S........... IF'N!\:IV\i It I n t\MM.\." MiTF II.j.,' -Ill-i, Mi I I'I.-1.F", I' ,I''"-,I I\,'..111't.I. '- \''' ... .- .' .. '" "ITDomaezo.eoS. .' -.. i: .. .................s................................ fS2S
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: ...\ \, . ..' M I', I ...'.': ;1' ., ': '. ".: . i: /! >(. Mr.Foster 1.t: I:.N I N C. ))I'N I:K-
.t : the Beautiful Halifax RiverA I-I: n l! : . i .. o \vllzTIIIC: :: If i 'tn' .
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; r ,, ? d ; j l I Future Emperor of Germany and I --." .-
"Y Has Declarations of "'MOXDis 6 miles 1 1I
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1\'Jff.i! ; U I Brother Are Sturdy
I Small
N 111 : rqr_ .! I Nothing Is sacred to the German I, <'.xl>f on the the Halifax west Drive New YorkWorld's
Presumably basing his
The: location .
calculations npon Information culled I I .:i.' ljJ V \.U..... 'jf I II I .n permits! S tM l
from fiction he calculates that in the ,\ .ralnageand t
case of proposals of marriage 36 per r : v t sanitation; TD
F.BURqMAN. BEACH, two enterprising and cent of the suitors press the hand ol 4I I . 'legation is au-
progressive towns on the Hali- BEACH conclude I ...b and Ideal for OrmondGALLON
their beloved 24 per cent
fax Peninsula are geographicallyone I A MilLIONHistoric
I 1 bi .liter homes. Avde
although incorporated as sepa their speech with an embrace 4 per 1I I
PHARMACYJames I bridge courts end
THE rate municipalities. The towns par- cent kiss the hair. 2 per cent kiss the : Ormond with Over trvafewdq that .
allel the peninsula north and south hand. 2 per cent fall on their knees w i :rmond Beach. course, MUSIC nOw It Colt tile
REALESTATE for a distance of from three and one. F. Dobbin and 20 per cent swallow! nervously before Many fine homes Club house n a.11I Edifice,
half to four miles, and extend east ProprietorBAYTONA BEACH they declare their passion. I I .re maintained on lust I am acrose now IIOPPIIII" ton Fortress I ij
and west from the surging seas of i I Ten per cent open and close their ither side of thiver at BRETTOiY? About 1333 a nj
Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything Usually I .
MAN the Oo
most of them Boors
beautiful tide water Carried in a First : mouths without being able to utter a :: 1853Lafayet
River the
FOR stream, that sets them apart from Class Drug Store :t single word and 2 per cent make their I .surrounded by sub- .- Welcomed Thj

Daytona with which they have close Our Prescription proposals while standing on one foot. I II roplcal flora and ....., .
Ii Complete I II .hrubbery besides
SEABREEZEBOUSE communion by means of three Department in every I With regard to the women. on the I II .brlfty orange and OR New York mum
OiUl HOUSE bridges, as well as a half-hour ferry Respect'Phone I other hand. 00 per cent sink helpless: i iI' service. 192 Into the lovers' arms for whose: proposal : .r" s. Institution!
Pia... 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are I' they have been walL'ng. 20 per Ormond has many MACON I ped world and the
essentially summer and winter resorts cent blush and hide their faces. 1 percent lttractions-excel-
and are making hundreds of THORNTON.ORMOND a bond issue fcj
swoon away.I per i cent are genuinely :: rit automoblling, .
new friends every year among ood safe building. I
SONNTMi arnar.ed.:' 14 per cent gaze silently
the discomforting -
who desire to escape & and is understo!
Kvitlng manyjlfttsant It
extremes of heat and cold, and : I Into the suitor's eyes and 1 per cent
INVESTMENTCOMPANY their hotels and boarding houses run away to tell a girl friend. ; Ormond drives.At Beach. IF IN ANY WAY asked for a to!
splendid patronage IXTERE8TZD to be approprlj
are now receiving ,
FEED AND LIVERYSTABLE I n 'Me located the large IN
from the most discriminatingclass IS needed.
( of tourists. LONG WAY AROUND IN KANSASMail lotel! Ormond and ORMOND OR quarters for *|
'" lesser sister, the
The itself, with its marvelous ORMOND BEAoa
ocean All Orders Given (return Inn. Theriser has been foumj
Desirable beach, hard as macadam and Prompt Attention I Service Encounters Novel Obstacle > occupies a He win Give Your invest the pre|
Locations in smooth as a floor is the greatest attraction Careful Drivers I In Routes. osltlon! overlook- Business PromptAttention tlon with the

any part orSeabreeze although earth, air and sky Familiar w ithltouds I If a man in KirUfiHd. county seat of 114 the Halifax and been worked oil
to have entered into a combi-
seem Morton county Kan.. should Mnd a if latter has as its In the large; citj
nation to enhance its every charm.
letter to man In the town of Sid in .itloolc the magnl-
a rector. Dr Cba
F famous automobilerace E.A.BRANCHReal
The beach is the
course where every world's Estate Agent the same county ulld but xixtet miles .. I o.mt Atlantic.beach and theroad J JAS.A mmORMOSD I be sent abroadlnms
Offices Evansville, hN Ittt..r"lIuhl have; to Ira.IfiB
: straight-away record has: been made, away. In Europe
Beach Colt: gesa .
Indiana, and sa '{ 'sides the broad,
Boabreeze,Florida and all these records it continues to I H]eciiilty miles to pet Tin-re. It null! l take w. FLA.Manufacturer Owing to tbl
mooth beach therer
hold without rivalr7. I longer to /tart that Truer. from Itn htield I ofPnreHomeMade' lost In
drives forirrlnges space tj
The beach: has a width of 300 to to Sid sisters mile lhili it t.'lkcs to < many account ofl
E and aato-
II BURDICK 500 hours feet after and until can be two used hours from before two SEIDEN'S j send u letter from. .New fork to Liverpool : I .loblles around Or- GUAVA JailMARMALADES on bomb proof coil

KnglandThe : noid-drives toand actcj
I of space
CONTRACTORand high tide, thus giving an average of DAYTONA BEACH Alp)
ill from Hit htieldcan I h ol
ID. I1rol1
BUILDER seven or eight hours for automobil- .j' only ttiij : R'A groves: TROPICAL work of the
Ccttagesaspeoialty ing some part 01 eah day. Dry Goods, Shoes I be wet to llir townoulh und ?4r ,olden I oranges; PRESERVES stands Is a rrl
Estimates furnished Seabreeze and Daytona Beach each Men's Correct :, east of U..re.11 a doy.cn mils away I 1 rives through trop- Attention t. the amount obuilding.
All Work Guar WearAI I :,',il I forests to Spunh Fwnlljr Ortfenj
have a permanent population of approximately Is to rod it north tin two miles toSyru'us H10BMT The I
anteed.Seabreeze. AWAUX
from / '- ruins drives to 4T
15CO. Sanitary ordi- Qtt ,. 'J!:; mili,. to Hutiblusou. : ;
,,'d', Inn then ran : Pun-Amertc t. al will
,Florida The i"- space
'h- ancient Cauw *-
nances are strictly enforced, streets th'.11IIt\ ,,k a;.:alii >m to M >;ide or I ...., position-Buffalo: moral of the
I "iy built by slavesv west India Expos
and sidewalks arc well kept, and fast Ubt>rII.: from win-re It i it rnrried b.n-k I EIlMAN'Y Is fortunate: having::: numerous boy babies born In the royal v planters of long tlon-'harll'lton bomb proof
V.C.GRANTPLUMBER new streets are being opened as de A. VAORll(1nntrnetorfor : :o Its destination.! : |MKXIInnly| twenty !! fl1lUiI)'. Kaiser William's Immediate family MUITS of ts; sons and ;o, and drives to ExposltloD.RUonaIOUNDGROft Louisiana Purchase adding two etol
the population .
:is increasing G
or thirty mil s rr >mtioif it slarted. I tl"! plantations ofnoipltoMe struct
mands. Besides hotels and boardinghouses one daughter/ and he Is doubtless envied by the czar of Russia: who settlers, present
iMiiime the father of four daughters before a son came to succeedhim 1.G92 runningpractically .
steam abdGas MASON WORK
Water there is ample cottage acco- II hose places are replete -
Fitting modation for all winter visitors in I ot Ail Klnd.iConcrete TWO BATTLESHIPS ARE "DRY" on the throne. The kaiser's oldest son. Crown I'riwe Frt''rick'lIl1nm., with the Inter. thnj
Phone l 5BD both towns. t'urblags) has three children, and they are all boys. Two of them are shown In the accompanying ,.t. of Houthern I parity, giving a
YTONA BRA01I All the attractiveness of Seabreeze tiidewa Ik 3.
YJA>RIUAPINEHURST applies to Daytona Beach, the two I j DAYTON BEACHFITZGERALD I George' Navy named for hIs! grandfather and preat-Krandfath. was \born _JIIII.. 1JKM5.; Oueo'themostin- Castle Gard|
The Hriti.sii has taken when his father becomes kriser i and whenhe t-riMtlng of these the
) towns being so similarly situated. I navy just a lie will become crown prince aquarium
The development of Daytona Beach I step unprt<.edtiiti In IK$ iintory.. The in turn becomes the ruler of Germany his subjects will celebrate as his plantations li--idwaters is of at the the GrapefruitBest continue to oc|
two cruiserN Ie"lll\lll\\\ and Mole are the day that the United States celebrates with firecrac'.eni and fire picturesque stf
has been full its birthday
Peninsula! j At phenominal as I Halifax: :: and known
Drive sister on the north, and each year i & to be teetotal Inl'lI-tlr'Wllr. contrary to works. The future kaiser Is a sturdy lad and Is I described PS bein? n thoroughboy n" Moundgrove. It Grown The geneml I pi
Daytona Beach there is a substantial growth. Thereat OATES all marine mutinous: : i with democratic Inclinations bent on ml!'chef and not worrt-1 about the is one of the finestor Grove tine on Automobile Ht.Aagtu-; 1507, when t'.l:

Modi-rn.. Convenlen- sand dunes have been leveled I Grog uis: III\\'II"S 1 iifen a part of the I! cares of state. Ills brother Louis Ferdinand was born NOT. 9, ;IX1;, aais ,ine groves on the Ro\tllO MlleiNorthof yards from tI
(Reasonable.II. Rates and handsome homes have been i LAWYERSDaytona. standard rution., l 1I..lnII/ l'Ollt.tJ'tion of a youth of much the same type. They have still another brother. Hubert, K: sit Coast of Florid HOTEL ORMOSr flattery park
I t one part rum to three parts water. I doubtless that the stork' will some :i and is amid very by filling; up
Mrs. W. M. Freeman built for both winter and all-year- born Sept. 30. 1.f.!) ). and they are hoping
Proprietor round occupancy I I Fla. but no such luxury is: to be permitted I day brilltllt'rn/ a sister or two.F.neourigtetnent pretty surroundingsMoundgrove Beed, Knox rc'- shore at that I
on> the two ships above mentioned. In -- ----- is on The structure
:- the old days-In fact,down to 1830-the after censure! Is as Contrary Human Nature. ''I the, Daytona-Halnt Deed CompaL:1Bt"LOW' j tie Clinton an>|
road. Po toffle
**AfrAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I dally ifllowance to each man was a I the sun after a shower.Goethe.Cape I "I suppose It I is our natural contrariness Augustine; accounts for 1 Ii;|
111 "I gallon of ale and half a pint of rum. vihidi makes us do such paradox- | In thickness, .
1 Promptly executed at The quantity has teen greatly modified be bomb proof J
leal things.
Needs Phones. :
i rine Joe Printing but it certainly never entered "Such what?" I Finely executed Fifteen year:j
Cape Colony will Import 30.000 telephones as
Gazette News I
Office. my tar's head that the time was com- necessiti. a [
i from Sweden to meet an Increasing "As makes us long: for things when Job Printing at
Lag for total abstinence. demand. we are short."-Baltimore American. I ed away and
.sus.aaua-. ...... .......... .. .. .. taut. this office. ceded it to the
later it was It

-- Dais as n 111:1l't
floor was laid

_ Wh wrrWNiNfflNir I iNlWNiNMW'i N .m wWJ Indoor at the north garden:sand


..... audience as li;|
r musical hall

present time. ]

Valuable City lots on Ridgewood Avenue In time been and comfort the In known was:OperaIn LSI Uiirtlj I.C.INJ bu t<|

pan) JH.UI I :ji
log sear-b oI'erand
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Garden (:,a I:
memo l'ds

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These Are Bargains T.11, Uannini 1SV>, iindj!

that the --ttydistinguished

de Lafayett-

America in
Jackson in

Tyler In 1S'

WE own lots on the west side of Ridge- claim terest.to bit|

Castle Gar]

wood Avenue, each 109x400 feet. lug ended reception was/ In fur off M.j

Interior was

These lots are cleared and make one of thick Interior walls wa

was turned

the prettiest building sites in Daytona.For dent about and went c|I

a quick sale we are making a price CLERGYM

Seeks Seru

of $1750 for either one or $3200 for both. The Itev t

I tor of the
ot I'1ttsJ..r

: and u1s trtlmentin

H finding?-aParalysis oiil.,

i $ 750 and $3200 [ than Dr i.\icx

I been 'out1Ceneru
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GARDEN SHE LOVED SNUFF. tutors though tu s sentence too vulva: tlfan his conversation: Socrates, celebrated -
CASTLE anu low tor their charge and accordingly for his written orations, was so

Remarkable Will and Funeral of a they substituted:: for it the mort timid that he never ventured to speakIn i-SPi.did-Pi ; fiProperty
I Queer Englishwoman. refined and genteel line: public. Dryden said that he was!! .
[ -H.fUIFAX J 10 BE ENLARGED The will of :Mrs. :Margaret Thomji- '"\'invent Mning viewed_a vacant ; unfit for company. Hence it has been :

.! son. which Is preserved as a curiosityat villa." remarked, "Mediocrity] can: talk; It Is

.D II 5 mtlegtDaytona _- ; Somerset house England, I Is a tribute : for genius to obser\e."
to the delights and consolations of I Genius 'and Mediocrity. I j j

the wed D.on nve S f York O Os Plans to .Make e II snuff. The testatrix directed that in ; Corneille did not speak' correctly thr The Art of Carpentry. !
t the Halifax w her coffin should'! be burled with lur nil language of which he was such a mas How many common figurative expressions :- 0 !

The location her handkerchiefs: and sufficient of t;;e ter. Descartes was silent in mixed in our language: are bor j I
.n permlt. Straight I s.. .' World's r Largest Aquarium I best Scotch snug to cover her body. I society. TheuiistocJes.. when asktd to I rowed from the art of carpentry may: 'I :1128x220 feet Cor. Ridgewcod and 5I
.aIDaseaD4 : '
i iLoomis
This she preferred to flowers, as play ou a lute said "I cannot fiddle be seen from the following sentence: : : :
.at1on sanitation II saad -; TO Ing could be more fragrant and 11ltl1-j but I can make a little Ullage into a I "The lawyer who filed the bill, shaved I I A VentlCS :

Ideal for 0 freshing to me as that precious | great city." tldlsonas: unable to j the note, cut au acquaintance, split a :
home A raison / MILUOH FOB' CHANGES jler." Further the six greatest snug I converse in company. Virgil; was heaT hair made an) entry, got up a case, i .: :
ridge conftnd trg takers: in the parish of St James.I I colloquially La Tontalue was coar! i franu-d l an indictment Impaneled, a J .
)rmond with over atewdrlvee new golf Westminster, were to be her bearers.' I and stupid when surrounded by men | Jury, put them into a Lox> nailed a t EDMONDSON & DONNELLY i '
B eae h. Club eour >hou. Music' at the Historic Edifice, Erected as Castle Clin Six old maids: each bearing; in her I The Countess of Pembroke had been : witness, hammered a judge and bored I | |
tiDe homer tam stopptn'lntatned t hand box filled often heard to of Chaucer his j a whole court, all in one day has ,'
on just acrotq now the Mss '., ton Fortress In 1807, Became Theater a with the best Scott< say that, laid Siiu ...O.........e.......0...........O.s.r.. .0N000I.0
Itt BRJTTO! ; snuff to take for their refreshment a> silence was more agreeable to her ; down law and turned carpenter" |i - ,
side of the INI 1830 and Heard Jenny Lind In
About ---- ----
oat of them 001..BooIE. i E., ". 1853 Lafa/ette, Jackson and Tyler Before they walked were to bear the pall --==--=-1 i1 ...oe.aou........... .......G..18m..I./...
lded br IUb- :' the corpse the minister was to . .

I nora andrybesidet Welcomed There. walk, carrying: and partaking of a ------- /II I Do want to buy
: or
----- The HANDPROPERTY : you .I
pound of snuff. At
GALLON 1 New York may have a new aqnarl, every twenty yards
orange aDd OR WRITE TO a handful of snuff was to be livered I : rent property in : ; '
Unl trot t Bin to be the largestl, and best equipped to the bystanders and at the door of it's a New Book, : : i
MACON'ad Institution of tie kind In the : Daytona? ;
baa many I world and the city trill be asked fort the testatrix's!' house were to be pla.edtwo I F it's a Souvenir Novelty, I ,I.' ,
bushels of the .
same quality of I
oOIexcelTHORNTON_ bond Issue for the erection of a new snuff for gratuitous distribution! In it's something in Stationery and EngrayfflJ t.: SILVER BEACH .: !' We have the cheapest I 1

skiing, sate bu dlnIt order to Insure the carrying out of her '' : and the best. : i I IN
and many ORMOND Is understood that. the*city will he wishes the testatrix made the legacies : I. I
tdon., IF IN asked for a total of about $1.000.000. given by the will dependent upon an : CALL ON OR WRITE j jI : Extending from : :. $7,500 buys one of the best residence .: i j
I on Ridgewood Ave. Com
iDond Beach INTERESTEDY to be appropriated' In Installments as exact and literal fulfillment of the f I e River to Ocean : '' I
d the large furnished and located
IN PROPERTY IN needed. In addition to the cramped conditions above named. In closing :S : pletely on o

rmond r sister,and the OR3 NDOR quarters for visitors, the tank spare, she bade all concerned to regard snuff The H. &.W. B. DREW CO. I FOR SALE OR RENT .. corner lot. Call on !4,
Inn. The $ has been found to be inadequate. To as the grand cordial of nature. I / : a i I
Hf' Will Give S t
oeeuplt'c a Business Your Invest the proposed enlarged In-stltu- I : M. L. Waggoner :
n ovedook- Attention don with the best l Ideas which have Toned It Down. Ii BUN S THOMPSON" ; .
Hal1tax.and been worked out in similar institutionsIn "Kln' Edward:' saId an English visItor :l 45-49 W. Bay St. JacksonvilleAND I I II Office People's State Bank. .
r has A' its cities in the .
the large world the director r I
In New York, "hated snoLLISb-1 I .......................i
the magnlUAt tir. Charles II. Townsend will : ..................i.rs..a I
ness. To show how
h and the II
J A s CARNELL t* [sent abroad to Inspect the aqnarl-) bishness was he used often to tell I I
In Europe. .. '
' .the bred OR1fOND, FLA. tins about an alphabet book of his child "iU.Wrwm.Wr.Wi..WiiNI'mrWr"NiNffl rr I '
beach there Manufaeturerot'T Owing to the enoraious; !' amount of hood. SATISFACTORILY.

drives for Pure Home-Made space,lost In the present old building$ "This book had alliterative sentence

'5 around and auto.Or 6UA VA JELLY bomb oa account proof compartments of the thick the walls amountof and arranged" under each letter thus:
'Callous Caroline caned: a cur cruel
yes toand MARMALADES AND space actually available for the ly. We are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin Stocks andBonds J
Rrores TROPICAL work of the aquar.um as It now
"Henry hated the beat of
orangea; PRESERVES China and New and
stands Is a very small percentage:; of .' Orangewood
roughtrop. Special Attention to the amount of area covered by the
its to SpaDFlalllUy Or4erl.s "Under the letter V came the facetious Exclusive Novelties.
1OU.T loUding. The much needed addition
; dftv""s to awa..e sentence:
Pan-American Es.posltionBufteo- al will be acquired by the removal
'Ipnt Ca1Ue'- space "
: 'Vllliam Vilkins viped his veskit'But
of the great thick walls and
It slaves West I
bT of long Louisiana tion-Charleston i Purclulsq[I.tt'rs I. bomb proof compartments and by -'_ the -jqrmg!. g rinee.! :snobbish!

d drives to Exposttlon.Rt.J..ouuDtatlOns adding two stories to the height of the _
of present structure. This will provide I :

laces Ie settlers are fee, 1,692 running feet of ,glass: which is We offer subject to prior sale and _
practically three: times the present: oa

tb thelDterIOUNDGROV C pacify giving approximately 282:! tanks. Aeroplane vs. Automobile : advance the following Stocks

14 flowers ORANGES : Castle! Garden Made History.} i

the mosUa- Castle Garden, the building which i I and Bonds complete descriptionof '
g of these and i
the ,aquarium now occupies and will
Dna I.at the Grapefruitis continue to occupy I Is one of the most I which will be furnished
and of known the picturesque structures In New York On Famous Duvtoiia Beach on ap-

clrrove. It Best Grown The general government erected f it in I plication.
t the finest Grove on 81.Aagni 1S07 when the site was about '*$:o) I
tine Automobile
royesonthe Bond 10 dines yards from the mnlnhnd. a ps: of i I I 5*
Lit of Fiori- HOTEL North dlbxr Battery park having: since been made j
amid verTlrroundlngs by filling; up the space between the ; ,
Beed Knox Im'- shore at that time and the Ixiantl.: |

-rove -II Saint OD Heed Compar.Itona t te The structure was first know as C.i--1 I :
tie Clinton and was a fortress, which: I
road. HULO" po-tomee I
accounts for Its walls! of fourteen feet j I ; . i
In thickness, supposed at the time to j I Mi

be bomb proof. | ,:... ".. >asF .A I' Q R):
Finely ex- -fifteen years after-Its completion its : ; < . : 527,000 w'
necessity as a mean of defense p:1SSi i b 3?I"-; 1. ; .
ecuted at Y. : -
ed away. and the federal: :authorities : "'1:>>' I.i w'
Daytona Florida High School
this office.www ceded It to the city In 1S2! Two years J :
later It was: leased to private' indn'id-1 tc : 5s dated April 1, 1909 due i:

uals as a place of amusement, and its i y April 1, 1929. Price $103.05 ",
floor was laid out 1 oiaboratcly as an j i ;
and interest 4 3-4
yielding ;;
I per
Indoor garden. A stage was crecft..1It
the north side concerts were given, |i rt.ata1taeaa"I cent. Interest April 1.

and refreshments were sold to the sQs
audience as In case of the less formal ,
musical hall entertainments of the ;: $900

\,' present time. The'' capacity at that : I Florida East Coast Automobile y

In time comfort was ,C.OOO but as people many accommodated as 10.00O hate 'I: I ,. Association, first mortgage ;;

oue'LM been known to crowd I into it at a pinch. ;.It bonds, 6s. Price $100 and :

Opera and Jenny Lmd. .. . : I interest yielding 6 per cent.

: In the thirties it became a playhouse, 3. Dated July 1. 1904 due on or :=--
and In 1847 tits 11:.'-:1oa Opera company I Ic
July 1. 1924. Interest
: :
began au engagement there singing ; ; 2;
such operas as "Cruani." "Norinfand a July 1. =:

"La Sonnanibufi.: Signor I ArdltL tee w
Patti's conductor ws the musical dl < $2,000Florida spa

rector and SIgnorina I>eiu>co the priirn aa ;
donna. c, Publishing Company :, t

A later event however, made CastU. AVIATOR J. A. I). Mc-CrilDY IN :: 6s, dated January 2, 1893 due a' i iw

Garden famous as a i place: of aaiu>e, January 2, 1913. Price $100 w'to '

meat Jenny This Und was In th n
11. ISO:, under the management; of I' Daring Exhibitions in the Air .. Interest July 1 and January 1. f ; e! I ..
T. Barnum. To this and to the fact q
that the city has welcomed! there such : > 4
S240 ;
distinguished i>ersoiis as the Marquis j I r i _
de Lafayette when he returned to i -
Stock of East Florida Telephone
,America In 1824:! General Andrew I'', The Biggest Aeroplane Event Ever Held in the State of Florida at = IS
Jackson In 1S32 aid President John par. I 1
Tyler In 1848 the building owes its i ,\.ill he the Exhibitions at -A

j lalm to historical Importance and interest !: S500

Castle Garden's career as a theater j' Peninsula Bridge Stock at 75. II( ., ,
ended In May 183. when the build I DAYTONA MARCH 28 29 30A

tog was turned Into a depot for the $2,500 t
reception of Immigrants. In 1S79 Its :

Interior was destroyed by fire, but the'' Port Tampa 5 per cent. semi-annual :

Interior ttlck: walls was remained soon reconstructed Intact and the It j, total of five flights will be made in three days, the flights to include a race on t the hunch :; Water Works bonds 30 years. Par. I s? ,: !; .

Was turned over to the park depart. J' with the fastest( < automobile that can be secured and a flight at high altitude over the Halifax
tent and converted Into an aquarium i Beach. $25,000() A ;h .
\ river and the city of Daytona, and Seabreeze and Daytona
about .
twenty years ago.CLERGYMAN Pensacola Improvement bonds 30 "tom r' r.
These flights are to be given under the auspices of the Hotel Men's Association and the Day- r'
; 412 cent. Par Q ,
BUYS MONKEYS. tona Board of Trade and special arrangements have been made to accommodate the crowds. -

leeks Serum to Prevent or Cure Infantile I :y $50,000 ..-.-;.. ,w-i w..

Paralysis. ISTO CHARGE TO SEE THE KVKNTSA : Ucita Investment Co. 6 per ;cent: a.". l.i 11

.. The Re'lIalUand .Alexander pas bonds 12 years to run S96. :L E E1IIa + *
tor of the First I'rebbjtenan church : 1
The Prettiest Winter Resort in the World.The
of rtttsDarg. who I 1\ worth $20.000.uO<\ Splendid Chanrc to See Dajtona I'll.' .
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and his ..
wile as much more I Is experimenting .JI
on monkeys In)the hoje' o! ; -- - -- - -?-

finding a serum or cure for Infantile i' .................................................e..e...........ee..ee....eeee..e .w'. I Iw' t
Paralysis, the disease from which IONS . '" wr
than 13:; per cent of Its victims, reto\er. : : New Excursion Steamer : ... 1M'H
Dr. ;;>
Alexander hrs tori many years SOUTHLAND :
been connected wtlh the Allegheny I : TO THE PICTURESQUE TOMOKA CABIN : rr' 1 I ;
I r ; !! ,
General hospital and it is there tint j r w t 4
the experiments on.: are now. being carried i DAILY EXCURSIONS. i -lti wer 1 (; l!

now has: sixty: monkeys In a c.i tl'In ; -- -- - tONDON.THE

the pathological department, and ... .x:. V I.-H--I.. I: ',tt '?.r I I.rsi'itr..pi.: 1 .! t' 1 I\:\::M-rxi.. pH I I';..:trt 1 -. i .ratp 'I..ill 1 t- fI:, rl i ., '.' -i' : I ,' nti:: rIIl'I1I. I : "-b J ,
they are IH'iug; utiliretl daily fur au exchange All M Itd. rr./C"q ', .1t stn: ,. \t tll" V..pu''!:ir l'ri.:. I' .1'i SI 00 the Round Trip. : a. s sIC
: of blood with sufferer; flora .
the dread disease. I I DAILY TIME SCHEDULE : AND INSURANCE CO. 'I\C.\ + ,f
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co ': L"Ll't'ninula; I lf: ;'!"p' ? ;' a : < ,
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Leaves rmullflln.lrl.oo.d.. : :: > :i < : I !t.J :i in Cotton Company Fo7 China.A .v,,.- U.r,Iai: hroii: "e, I Hn'tl'mL.) ;: :: )3 n. in. y ,i ,
i I 1Qtur: ; to Prince George' I1ock fa.tona, :g:30;: p m eta
Company $10.0uO.OoO) sold ('capital : --- -- -. -- -- :=> CONRAD BLOCK PHONE 128 A,; .
Is forming to groin cotton In Chosen : ,.mt'" Phon.' 177 It.d SEABREEZE FLA. '"
Korea. LxrHTimtsts: ) In ;rowing tare t CHAS. F. BURGMAN, Owner K, ,itl..lit... Plion177 IililCw 1 ; : c >! A11J11311)Jefal3fi>IJ>f5111J1>IJ J>E>If>II>i111!
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.. f/H:. .r.A...,..:;,/ ..., .:;. .... ""'"-/,/'... C't'/ ., .;-./:! M : : BARNES : I you from a t i Sixth SRE
"'" f"p' ." Will also. frnnif 1'lctunfix wide flouncing to a five-cent
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f'.'>J."...." ".. . ,j,I'! !'. ;.lour Lump-tune! I'm brellns. sluirivn : rf
/ .....,4<:1". / -1.1 your Haws and oth..r Tool+find ivpnlr cambric. f
A Cranberries almost. anything* that !N out of whackIn I '
JI" Handkerchiefs fact for uric want call on i Pont wait till aeroplane U: here to !get your 1.ln..nnto Coat and i.
: ,vtt3b : BARNESTHE : Cot Must hut .,'t them now while our stock 1 I-, oml.tf.. .

: '! --; The New Fabric fromO C : r.
: : : NOVELTY MAN r.r

'ii n\ '# >'&r./ England, to you for.. J\> : SUEPPARD'S GROCERY !. : 50) Mouth Bfh Street Daytona, Fla. : I The Chas. E. Gardiner Co. r

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.... ;j )! THE PECK-HEP8ICKS CO. U,. pr"nt..1 Mrs. i.:. M. Mills by .
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H I1 Crystal TheatreHighClass i DEVOTEDITO I II .. -_ --- 1 i S

ie usementSNEW Headquarters for .

Y I I Bicycles 0 II Ii :: All etables Kinds of and Fresh Fruit Vea;. ::. "

I! I camp..J : Poultry and Eggs a i STRONGPRESIDE i
With a complete shop and Specialty. i
I i tent help we can do the most .
satisfactory' work. I Phone Orders Promptly Filled. ,',

1 / DAYTONA .1 O ON I !. J. W. Ball- & Son TARY !

I Opposite the Yacht Club I : No.237 North Beach St. 'Phoae$ : ENCE

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THEATRE Motion PicturesOpen I FUSE


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TONIGHT. BY AN AUTOMOBILE.CAR Estate and man Both to

I I Fire Insurance conferenc

ENGLISH GRAND OPERA CO. WHEEL PASSED OVER BOY'S I 122 South Beach StreetCHILDREN'S i discuss.Is believ t|


true atatborder

I II I IN HOSPITAL. 4 war dem
Marshall Crounse. the nine-year-old: ASHJMexican
PIETKO MASCAGNTS X'E'SIlO" 13 VERY HOUR : son of Dr. and :Mrs. I'. Crounse of t. :

\ Altamont, near Albany, X. Y., was any elite
F .ififtjtio! ;*- the mail
Cavalleria Rusticana Wednts- :
run over by an automobile ;

Major A. B. Foster eit. rtaintd aparty i :i day, at the east end of the South This u t
cf friends aboard the Duchess j bridge and yet s"ems! almost miracu- .

The Rose of Auvergne. 1 Wednesday for a d t's outing at the j loudly to have eseaptd serious injury Cannot be too carefully safeguarded minbterThis

inlet. AND RECEIVE[ BAD FALL. '' although at least one wheel of for they hare( but one pair to lasta communijand I il

the car passed over the little f<>l- lifetime. If there are indicationsof

:Prices 75c and $1.00.The W. M. Moore returned! Wednesday : low's body Just about the hips. anything wrong with your coild'i :. the

I afternoon from EuS' is. where he had ELDER MAN UNCONSCIOUS FOR The boy was accompanied by his eyes bring him or her and I will fit ing the

I been for a week or more engaged in i father at the time of the accident ant them with Glasses to correct the into Mej
..... shipping the fru'.t from his orange SEVERAL MINUTES AND IN A had run across the bridge or the I I trouble. If medical treatment is necessary 'ista
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-- I grove at that place. DAZED CONDITION FOR SOME 1 roadway at the end of the bridge to !I. I will ten you so.

} look at some object in theI 20 Rebel]

Golden The second spring millinery opening TIME-NOW RESTING EASIER. I water. It is said that I>r. Oroutuse Dr. Neville H. Clark EL IV]

Opportunityis of the M. Ella DeVoy Co. wily .... j saw the automobile! approaching: and fight atsouthea&d
'I Ool.V. Ball of Fargo X. D.,
be held Friday and Saturday. 8485F. ; called to his son to remain where he Optometrist :
never offered but once. Seize, then, opportunity to stimulate the who has been coming to Daytona fora 100 FedHTwenty}
was but the boy seems to have become ,
habit. Saving i is entirely a habit. It i is a habit that It is ; Look for the Sign of the EYE.
6ving; ,: grows. one I A. Hoot returned Tweday from number of seasons and this winter panic stricken and ran in front I I
that enriches with The habit is i
growth. saving I
encouraged here. We
',' encourage Merritt's Island! accompanied by Mrs. is rooming with Mr. and Mrs. Graham ; of the machine in an effort to rejoin and werSta.tt'g
It by allowing Root who had ben with hint: at that Thompson, and taking his his! father. lie was knocked down. tr

4 Per Cent on Savings Accounts.PEOPLE'S I :' place for a couple of weeks, and and the car passed over his body. |:
meals as usual at the Ivy Lane Inn, I'
Wednesday made a business trip toJacksonville I The automobile is owned Ly A. 1111" GREEN GOODSWe Men Re<
receded bad fall:1 font his
j expecting to return to- I a bicyc'e 'Bard' of Dickinson, X. I)., who owns I CHIC.men .

STATE BANK !t i day. this morning when in collision: I. a winter home on South R'dgew ood I I j jj ha'regular

\\itli a young man by the name ofj j avenue, and was driven by a colored -- -- -- -- -

DAYTONA, FLORIDA. ,. J-;. Fairfax I Ludlow who has been Joo Van Note, employed at the i man in Mr. Milliard's! IllP OThe I leant frol

,.. spending the winter in this city as I car was at the are carrying a completeline enlistniejmerous
.I'reshI'trt H. P LKI\NI': (' !lI"i'. :M. r.VUTKK: : Prince George hotel.Col. i once stopped injured.
Vkv-1'resia.-nts.O. B. H"\: I.\X. M. I.. \VAKiiONKU.To i usual departed this morning m the Ball was art for his usual before I| boy picked up and carried in the I of Green Groceries, including -
i steamer Republic for St. Augustine chine to the Daytona Private ma'i
breakfast ride and hud turned :
!i enroute to Bridgeport Conn.Ir.. .j j t Ital and Sanitarium on South Beach Another I IPI
into Bead street from Ivy lane and
-- - Ludlow has signed an engagement street, where he now .,,;. This morning I'I'I Eli
I was ridingnorthward.. When about I
P4 -j G7 P .I with the great Harnum & Bailey in front of Geo. II. Clark' tore he Dr. Klock reported him to be Golden Wax Beans Americaday !
shows and will travel with them; i j resting very well and said he anticipated (
turned toward the sidewalk for the
;i this hummer, the engagement dating I no serious results from the Green Beans
of 'isitinILl: >f the
purpose \ 6' barber
AND from the 24th of tlrs month. I I accident I
J .ho&&>. Mr. Van Xote was coming MexicaiKentucl1
I I II I I I Dr. and Mrs. Cnyinse: ; and their son CucumbersCauliflower .
oulh }leach street
on and not being ;
I Bargain, QUICK sale, 2',2: acres, 6 !! aware, of course, of Col. UalTs intention I I were guests of the I'a'.metto hotel. I

room cottage in city. Enquire !-d-I; to alight, motioned him to'I 1.EIOovernt

I! mondson & Donnelly or Chas. Kenney give room to pass, but the ('colon-: '
tickets to the ('fJ6':tal 1 the 'Don't fail to see the new line of I Seabreeze. GS-tf either failed to see or to heed the( I' BAIT Tomatoes statti II

ater for tomorrow night will be prt'- spring suits at the Bee lJib -.foreI i warning and the two came together' YOUR HOOK The mediatipain

.scntrd to Mt's He'en Burgman if( buying. So-tf:; I \V. O. Forbes and wife left \Vednesday close to the curbing; and were thrown \VHILE PeppersThey liiRebels
heill! call at the lUi'y Xewa of- I I
I afternoon on their return to upon the cement waJk. '.u.' .
fice. Kev. D. H. Kutter and family will i I tht"irhomt' at Lincoln. Xeb.. sopping Col. Hall's face struck the s'ale': THEY____BITE Fishing:

arrive within the next few days |I enroute at St. Ausitftine. At of :Mr. Van X ):"'"s head as they '_ I are Always Fresh.DAYTONA .
*Autoii ie: Wan' 'd-I want a '
o and Mr. Putter wil: i
preach the
lanta and Chattanooga. Mr. Forbes I met and twill a man well on in TackleYou're 1 KLt"i
bargain. Uto( junk) in a teed: car. Address First M. E. church (
next Sunday is an uncle of W. C. I5ranh proprietor , years and of heavy build he revived) I ) i tn urr;
lIu b1.eIl. Hawks Park '
Royal :
: I of the \\ llnlt'r hotel and |!, the greater injury front the fall. b'- -I trandc
Fla. S521vlt: I
Winton touring! car for sale: made that hostelry headquarterswhile : : ; : ing uneonscim; ; : ; for o"veral minute j K \ >n|
James I). Moreland of Ge; >re own. I
cheap. J. \V. Fulgharn. 8-2t:: :; i I in Daytona, thouuhisitini; | and in a dazed: :->,idl.ion k1'l a ]loookino for OOl..:>
Ky., who has been with his friends.
ii j Cub.i :rill! \'I.int.cdow; :: th" < oar.l ,: much longer 1 period. He was ctir.id': !I COLD STORAGE CO.IK.
Judge and Mrs. J. M. Tsda! -. at i l .
in 'i- fu'1: 'com.114 to th ti1y. '! to the bench in front of 'lark''.- just Article
their winter home on South Palniett. .\ real musical fi.ta: with vocal \\i J :
for the vast six week, interpolation in Cnglitih: is proui-ed ,ton" by :Mr. Van Nq.t-. J.V.. ,loot. I ; received i D. JOHNSON, Mgr,* J 1'|
avenue I i.lo( >. Oborne and and! In ; ..
departed \Yedncsdiy atot rn(011 on the p.'ope! of Daytona in the appear- I, HARRY TI0)1PSO! ). RESIGN S SI \. Block was Miiimiont-d Inn In". :.I, I i at ". '"
his; r-'turu: to Gt orseowu.FOll ; : I :m;-e of the Eagl r.bh Grand Opera nUll-:I .It'I
he arrived (01. Ball had h -- .
i ref t .1 i .ud I r --- -
pany.at the new Daytona theater tonight. FRO)t TELEPHONE i E COPANY.)) I r'a as.s.sted; to ..lh, Inn by Mr. \.n.; \ GENE JOII r SO ''S I II tc, .>-
SALE Cheap: Maxwell\ touring company has its own I i i1'e.t :
-Note who had .
remaiiivd w li L.
s car nearly new in first class con ladies orchestra which: is said to be i -- > ; I Don t You '
,. and rendered all the ati t.nn I' h'
u.TF" I
iIolust be sso'U at once owuer the best musical organization of the'I TO BE SUCCEEDED AS MANAGEROF End Central
going north. I*. O. Box T.73. S1-:.t kind ever heard in Daytona..Mr. nllll,1. At last rt'llor's| nl\C' KIJT.: : .; Bnd cI a '
I THE LOCAL EXCHANGE BYS. man was resting; more (mfor'.ii! ,> u 4.Gt.; i
-- ami no serious result i.> anti,'ipat.: d) I : Order i
Tht English; Grand Opera company j and Mrs lV. Radcliff. of Toronto H. COVE OF THE BRIDGE ("01. Hall is a close friend ot Mr; Dare GoBATHING t.,1
has been: careful'seletttd! : from the j Canada who have been in the I
: and Mr.s. X. A. Ik" .
also I'
best grand! opera: 1 who
; own and .
: are (occup\: : a I
and if all rt.\.H.h from the tows, 'j Palm Beach, followinshich they I The resignation of Hairy Thoiup-1; winter home on South RdsoHJ ,I v I rB .tifui-- i
and cities where the organization! |( will return to Daytona and spend a .
eon as; manager of the East Florida eiuHand they were a& oiunot
has appeared are true, the musical I month or more Mr. Kadeliff: is a Home I in
fit> Telephone company hat been tt'mlt'r-;j as were :IM.!
treat of is in store for<
many years brother-in-law of Mi.-u M. G. Harris.iKo : I
ed to the company, the same to take friends; in the city., H ho) at w '
the music lovers: of Daytoaa at tin- : of Toronto who :is located on IIM',: ,, I'
'effect April 1. It is stated the i Once responded to hi-: ? needs. ii'linu: I. .m is.'arh i Klr:
theater tonight Fir..t UVnit.for the: <<5ea ignation will be: accept: d Ly the: telephone Julian ..I/ |). half mil-. I.towW.rtt., .
.n(, ch c()::tage for sale, oeur Automobile company officials and that S. Woodcock who had b<'et! "rid:;:.-on th.- l--nlii,tilH !1'1'1\| .
Club house. W.1.. Shaff- I II. Core manager of the bridge interests : vusiting his: family at the Islington'j Aililr.-.I', n, |n..I..r.1.| I
on South Rid ewo ner. S2-;tW When here, will be appoint I... .,
j __-..- manager of the telephone inters s s this morning on hs: return J I IfT
I to ucreed Mr. Afihe\ille., X. C. Ie vine! h.:, IT WILL PAY YOU TO IN-
W. Douglas returned Wednesday Thompson. Z Without aLifeGuard <
( > andon for
j afternoon from Florence S. C., :Mr. Thompson has I been connecttd :- a : sty .n ( VESTIGATE. I
I fa ,
whcrfi he had been called as a witness -I Thirsty w.th: the telephone .ompuiu in >toll J .....................oeee and
,in a case before the Fetleral. : | :Lii.ipu'ity( of manager for a. numj line
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court in which the Defendant was I j IK : "I'y 'a 1'> and sue.up hi;- //ll'-, -.-..._ W-- ----- .-.-.-.- ..- ..e..... we

charged; with using the United j Stop at I ". :. I't., .1,.-,. o'h.-p i bis; 'tits-" ., ;.ritt' I (

I States mails for fradulent purpo ti -. I II i j ii I -'- ,1 'I, .: Ii! :f.n nii: < I h: of !h.-: t.in i ;;: you

I r The ease, however was postponed YOUNG'S i { Cement Walks Only 50 Cents h A1

because of the illm: *>s of the dt.-, .. buys a furnished Beach __ (
1' fendaijt. S5500 5 5 0 0 street residence; 8 rooms

j and bath; modern improvements | A. Vandevord w
'SodaFountain' Daytona Beach |
Hot baths Iloor?r* Da**, :. Shop : lot SO by about 290 feet. Ad- THE tERCOI

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