Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00237
 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 10, 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: VID00237
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
alephbibnum - 002072230
lccn - sn 93063916

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Published Every Evening Except Sunday Daring December. January, February and March at the Prettiest Inter Resort 1n Flonda.Sixth .

you want from afivecent I I Season-No. 8'5 DAYTONA FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 10. 1911 15 Cents per Week

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i.Ii your'omyl..t.Lln Anto Coat and RED HOT SALE W. H. WRIGHT :: :: DL BOIIiNO'S O BOSPITU aM..1UITUICM RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies, Stationery and Havana SmokersOnly i
Books -1I11'
First Avenue.Day_. FU.Twentysix PRICED first quality well cured tobacco -
; Painting l newly\
to Reduce Stock: Jltrltl' airy rooms used.
at'WALLACES' Paper HangingDecorating furnUhfd and fltU l throughout' withatIhospttalcounIn I'Hpo'ltlon' to Treat You Rlzbt. I GEO. H. CLARK
rdiner ,. Thoroughly Let l"s Be Your Jewelers.L Manufacturer
Co. .equipped' operating room<< on!second Waterman Fountain Pens, News. Vet Cave
: 219 MAGNOLIA AVENUEk floor. For terms address H. ROWE & CO. Daytona Florida. ii1
__ Phone 181 C.C.BOMAMNON. M.D. Papers and Periodicals
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Kinds Headquarters of Fresh for Veg- :.. I; ANY POWER' TO INTERFERE. $1.25 for 90c i INVITED TO GO TO TEXAS.

|etables and Fruit I ,

: proceed to the Mexican\ frontier ata ,I .TO T TAKE PART I IN MANEUVERS{
oultry and Eggs a L minute's, notice. I We offer the left, "Galvanized PRESIDENTIN I

Specialty. .= :: BY MINISTER;T R OF FINANCE.[ Six Trains of Troops I Pump Cans. ALONG THE MEXICAN BORDER.[

ke Orders Promptly Filled. : : LOS ANGELES, :March 10.-Six I
a trains of troops left today for the ATLANTA RECEIVED BY CAPT.

TARY OF WAR HOLD CONFER ".. Yon Dost Trade With; Us We Both Lose Money." I

1237 North Beach SI. 'P10..ss : Drive Out Juntas- r fOR SPEECU. ZATION IN TEXAS IS IMPORT- _
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... United States government se'rt ---- -- -------------------------- ANT MOVE.
service has begun a crusade to drive _

M. SHAFFN ATLANTA, Ga., March 10-Secretary from the country the Mexican In- ;, A telegram to the Daily Nes
:" of War Dickinson was the firs surrecto juntas which have ben DIAMOND GIVEN{ GREAT{ T RECEPTION{ late this afternoon says a detail of _ S

the officers of the Florida national
S plotting the overthrow of Fres-
President' Taft )here. :
eal Estate man to greet
and ) Both retired immediately for a. dent Diaz. The junta here is the AT THE GEORGIA[ CAPITAL I guard will leave for Texas in Ute-

ire Insurance 0:,.' conference, but -each has re USIeto. largest in the United Star and the RING IS WINS MATC11 I morning.
2 .' discuss the matters considered. It. leading members are having in fear
of arrest. GREAT CROWDS LINE THE That the present mobULaticn of
fl22 Soath Beach Street is believed the president to'd Mr.1

Dickinson io no 'longer conceal the STREETS TO WITNESS THE PA regular army troops In Texas ami.
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at Priota the demonstrations along tb?
true state of affairs on the Mexican Fighting Agua OffERED. war I
S S border and the mal, meaning of the DOUGLAS. Ariz., March 10-Agua: RADE BUT ALMOST DEAD SILENCE :Mexican froiutitr is: an importantmove :

? war demonstration. Prieta just acro.the border is by the war department and.

being besieged by Insurrec cs) to IS OBSERVED. means much to the country is evidenced S

WASHINGTON March 10 The day. Many residents: have been AMER{ SPECIAL? ?PRIZE/{ i DEFEATS{ MISS E. C. RIKER{ I ATLANTA.., :March 10-Pre-i-' I by the fact that the otficeof have'
national guard
fleeing across the line s'nce : the
Mexican government wl'J never' a'low dent Taft and his party aril ed here

::: any other government to interfe.e !n"I, morning.tag the border.American troops a'e gu'rl- I IN POPULARITY CONT[ST.1 AT "MOTEL{L DESPLAND D[ [ COURTS.MOST at 11:20::' o'clock this formcon.. Gr at I I been maneuvers.invited to participate: in the _ _

the management of its affairs. crowds lined the streets to witness
This Invitation -ndu{ .s the officers -
This is the statement given out to the parade, but almost dead si'ence of K of Day,*>na. th.,
ILDREN'S EYESbe : day by Senor LImantour. Mexi.\ an CONTESTANT SECURING MOST INTERESING MATCH SO was observed. The lack of enthrsi- company
minister of fblance.t" I asia was considered remaikable, although -I information
too carefully safeguarded This indicates there baa been VOTES BETWEEN MARCH 9 FAR PLAYED the curiosity to see Prtisifdent i I b-y Capt.
General J. C ifford R.
lhave but one pair to last from Adjutant
: communication between Uman our AND APRIL 6'TO RECEIVE A $50 TOURNAMENT NOW IN PRO Taft. drew out thousands: : of 5 _ _
& If there are Indications Foster Friday morning.
1.I.ng with child's :: and the Mexican government regarding people. The wire message con ui'iifd; th8
wrong your .
the sending of American troor* OFPARLIAMENT. RING. GRESS. The party was timmdiitely i ee _ _ _
: haL
Leg him or her and I will fit t'1 where the information that an
fith Glasses} to coirect the S into! Mexico:\ to curb the Revolu ion What U indeed the most literal The most interesting and exciting: : coned to the auditorium been extended 'by the war depart.
president reviewed the. staf: delations -
If medical treatment la nee- ;: its.I4 -- offer ever made by any merchant in I match yet played in the tenn's I i :; to the Southern Commercial! in en t to the detail of Florida: : offtr
of the ..national guard to participate
will tell you so. Daytona is made this week by L. H. tournament now in progress at the congress. ,cers
$ 20 Rebels CapturedEL i in the maneuveis in Texti: and.
who will awad: a Hotel Despland was furnished! in the I The president is preparing for an S
of Beach street --
[eville H. Clark : PASO. Tex., March 10-In alight address. to be delivered to the negroes -I' thai full field equipment) has teen
at San Augustine 30 milts beautiful |5U diamond ring to the co!. I finals of the ladife singles between ist i shipped to company K.
S t at the Central'enue Hap
Optometrist <.S southeast of this place, last nght! Rowe & Co., the well-known} jewelers: Mi&s C. Mc-Connell: and MUs E. C. I I This move is tak II to mean that
church at 4 o'clock this a.'tentcocand
Federals defeated 70 Insurretca.S LAND CLAUSE IN 1 BUDGET in the Gazette-News Great is anxious ''a
|for the Sign of the EYE.GOODS. 7j.i-:: 100 testant I Riker, played Thuisday afternoon. I, tonight he will deliver hu aJ.I the war department
:; Twenty' Rebels crossed the border Popularity Contest, who secures the have: the ofiicers of the .nti- ita: in a.
The matcn waa won by MMCou 1 dre.s to the commercial congr A

I'::..;::: and States were troops.captured by the S Unl.ed CAUSES 19 HOURS DEBA{ TE'I 19.,imost! and votes Thursday between April Thursday.6. :.Man.h II nell with scores cf ;362) , 6-3, 63. I I President forugu.sta.Taft. will leatoni...ht I thoroughly number of statin trained on the in th g.ound,- reguar and

,., -- Realizing the vast interest; wh'ch The )'otmgomen were we'l 1 army maneuver l to be ready for -er-
'" ,; \\"ootIrowT on arrived with the
fEN :{ 4' Men Ready to Enlist HOUSE OF COMMONS ADJOURNSAT I is being taken in the Gazette News I IGrt"'dt matched and the outcome of the finals president. .\ boom for Wi son for vice in case the regular army is

:<. CHICAGO. March: 10 Over 400() Popularity Contest!, L. II. Rowe 1 was in doubt until the: last set president is under way here and he called upon to invade Mei'co and

,A. men have already: enlisted .in the 10 O'CLOCK AFTER ONE OF & Co. have generously agreed: to had been played. :Miss Hiker play attracted almost as much attention the war department finds i.: necta-

__ : Service on: the Mexican : make this offer to the contestant who and which call the militia for ac-k; t- f -
-- --- :?' regular army for THE STORMIEST SCENES I IN! .;T frontier. The applications for secures the most votes between the stamped her a.s the superior of Miss I ocratic delegates. Governor eltctlloke : ance.With '

are carrying a completeof enlistments are now a'jinost too numerous HISTORY. above dates. :McConnell in the general playing, Smith hirn&elf spoken of Jfc the national gu !srd offu-er Strained

Green (Groceries in- ?, to haiidle.i This is an unusual opportunity and: but Miss :McConnell proved hese'f: presidential timber gave a dinn r in with the r j/iular;/ army officers
-* LONDON, :March 10-After ass should be taken advantage of by ev- superior at serving and it33 boosted valuable assitsaiu-e:' to the regular -
-- honor Wilson and free
of y
ng : : ion lasting' for 19 hours \he house; evy contestant; in the race.The her vicious driving which won the: army could be rend' r d by the S
', Sent- him for the White Mouse
y" Another Gunboat .
; :March 10 -Tht of common adjourned at 10( o'clock ring is now on exhibition in match. The match was wit&ew bY'' militia regiments: in rase of fUh inK .
)lden Wax Beans r American gunboat: Tacoma sailtd today I this morning. The s sioi known: presei.ted in- the show whitlow of L. H. Rowe & a lange number of interested spectators. -i STEAMER SWAN ARRIVES i-n Mexico. The shipping of full: fie'd I _ _ _

terminU6 the stormiest scents Co., at their handsome; s'or cuReach TIME. eiiuipment) to the national guard c 'm- I
Puerto :
Green Beans k for railroad on the I the house since 1'01)I, \\hen. detachments s.trvtt and they will take In other games p'ayed Mr. U'aite: panics means they are Habie: to be ;,

:- *>f the Tehauntepec i>f polLce were ct'eary to pleasure in showing. it to the contestants and :Miss Morgan defeated Mr. The steamer Swan arrived called out aity time and are to beprepa ;1
r.; Mexican coast. the disturbance: I from Palm Beach at 3 o'clock: "' hl.r"l 't '
CucumbersCauliflower : quell ,, and their friends.L. Cornwall anJ Mis 1 Radcliff C-4, 6-1. red ; ;
The" cause of the hot debate and well knownin I afternoon two day oH ..dut", the I 't I
: Militia--; I H. Rowe & Co. are I :\Armstrong and Miss E. S. Ri- f'!) 1--

Kentucky .Ky.ReadyLEXLVGTON -March 10.- long tiu&sion was the laud clause In I Daytona, being the leading j-w-I ker defeated Mr. Thompson and Miss: I lay. being caused. by bucking the I I FEW CASES IN COURT; "' 1 I IIII

r I the budge'LOUR elers in this sect'ou of the state. E. II. Uiker G2.16.. 86Mis.ses ; higb winds for two da>s and bengaround .I I

GovetnorVLthoi! \ today ord.ml the and such an offer from them la an I E. C. and E. :S. niter de- I ; at the mouth of the III MOSTLY FOR GAMBLING. iIiq l! .______
immediately lIalol-1
Tomatoes ,:_:.. state militia to be orders.ready to Every move loni-: [ BODIES{ ARE[ REMOVED{ endorsement of the. tlazette-News,I feate Mrs.\ Waite and )Ms: Eta4tuft .- I i over canal. The steamer ; On a charge of being drunk and :1r.f fI ';! t _ _
upon Co-tt'.t t at the can*! TbuitMiay f
and its Clrfiit I'opu'-irity! \ti-o, 60.GOOD aground : 1121JroI'l I disorderly Uli 8111 i h. i-o Hr d. sat
Peppersey f .pany has been ordered_ recruted: I I' ,_ __ _ I | lug' and was not released trutu her I assessed a fine of $1 and cost t6. but t.' t j I
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mt u.iflebels lvmp iment. FROM 1 RUINS OF BUILDING.i -- -- h -- '-=: --:--- - potiitioii: until Friday. not. having lh.-, niony w.-
:' IN ALL QUARTERS to serve five dais on th" ,'r e'lj. . J I' '
| Fresh.DAYTONA r
are Always :: Hold Town- i :
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I Ati3W<*riig! ii> thc'.iarge( 1'\\
':, EL PASO. Tex., :March 10.-The SUPERINTENDENT AND FORE- : t :
insurgents last right reta'ncd C.s s OF THE GLOBE PLACED ON BUILDINC. guutbUm! :!; for bo.UK IJI.\- d i up in a I', I

Crandes in a battle; waged for prssession -, MAN OF CONSTRUCTION COM I igill I 11111, -'-- --- A Iw\\ si i ltfl adorns tin IrH of'I craji game. at .Mul'Atl'; I ,-n Ho'tun.Will l'' I
1 ItIts/i1S. Hatcher, Ki: Sin. I.. :tid: A bert rl,
of the town. The los s on I !iS- i 1'lh! !U library building. the i .n." ,'
: PANY ARE BEING HELD ON $1- i1t! Suiiili!I 1 paid tin't: : t ;*l'all d coata: 1 :; I
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sides were heavy. I, ; "ABC"Travelers : i\ii-! IH--D put ill pli.i- > '
j '':a. li. Fiuili: : :-r III:x".1 up in the Ii.Opt' ,
D STORAGE CO.D. [ 000 BAIL. !"M''d. : ol'put,!I.t works Frid .y ;at! '
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i i : RI.S.1WII1IIIHfl! .,. > game) Sill !>.o.ir;
Artillery Arrives' r jifil !! IIJJII1I in'uii. The .IMI ;is laim.I :; : t-ii'Hili iO I

JOHNSON, Mgr! ,' to.lIoth- SAX AXTOXID, Tex.. March 10.- : NEXV: YOKK. March 10-The b< dits ..:.Lii.ii.iUI'M! :, 1 1r.-liu' lit q .vt.io. tI.i *> ''hiT. : I '1111"j/ : i ti j

) Four special baggage care of artillery of four workmen were today removed I '.. \\ iI.lt III j, .lditg: on the i t IIIIJ' i :is
; line"i& < I _v ; .iiny Cheques :
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debrie of the bur A"t'ry'; j'K-te ; Ij
from the !
and ammunition arrived: th's morning : i-.il t l \\ii--rc. t i", |jut, .1\ I.'rar; !, > t all !1- : RESIDENCE .:,, : .
stree', i.f f ferit-s. st.tf'l--
from the various forts in Texas. ing at t 1to 16 East 87lh in the way gn ;".llId BURNS AT NEWPORT.KVPOKT. j" j' -
: which: collapsed last night. in business -! J I
we are
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Heavily guarded one car W:5 I \Iat-ft 11''I1.t'haU .- :
Fort- :\ : K. I I., I
:: to the border where the troops are Superintendent O'Crien and fur. Do youvaut the Le-.t { meet with ready acceptance WHEAT SHADE HIGHER; : "
< -iitniiier;
n't You : 1 Stein of thv construction coolpany \\ T t!i&ia.itt.1 c :

t:;: now encamped. j The camp is rapidly i man are being held on $1.0iH) bail quality for the lowest: price Then by Banks Hotels, Railroads PROVISIONS ARE FIRM. rft>i lefn-e. of .lam.>, (Con;:ait .*i f New ""I,I .. &!

__' filling up. and will it I Yurka.; d j.r rro>-d by I tr: ''h >> ; "'. oj .
I each. come here you Steamship lines. etc. ; CHICAGO. Marth !I'>-\\ h' at oj>' I
I! throughout the year.CONRAD : cued a shadehigh, -r today. with tr.id- inipriiiim., t.: Tli* total; 1 lj"*-., :amounts, to )aft' if' 1 I ISilli ',#.1'.'
Orders in Washington, ENJOYS for full , IIIIr.thall, :SI|IMIIHHI, : ,;!
Go AUDIENCE HERE Easily negotiated ing light. May was quoted at V:* I f
Wl: h., March: 10.The ;1 j jSS
are SEATTLK, I r '1
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I ENGLISH GRAND OPERA. :{i.4Pro\ iiioua were firmer -5---- :
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state militia of 'A'ashicstcn has be n! value. , -- -5S.. .- I 11I.iid;
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M la.lUrk.. 17. ; :d. '
audience no: a; .
-. ,ordered to be held in readlaedi: to I Ij large An as appreciative! it should have been, enjoyed - Identification establishedby nominal: ; ribn.! $:t.-:.'.'. Ho;t> wvv: :I i-v I ,

I the rendition of C'avalleria Rusticana -! l tij: 1.lI !11 .;11.and; I .iLt-! .-irony: :: ''I I
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I I.I. the English Grand Opera
by Daytona! theater -! GROCERYCOMPANY handier ...................s-.....-e I ;1 -:
the new Safer than
at ;
company money t,, ,J f';,. tI... Ibb.V" 0
Thursday evening. Bo-fa Hertha DAilY STOCK MARKET{ REPORT[? : lelhr t t.. f .
>: ; and \VLllfcirn Xickow. \\ho than drafts. Take a few $10 t '

(I lleyman of Sauluzza and Tur- .......................... Buena !, :
THINGWithout took the parts $20, $50 and $100 cheques on ..1'' '

iddu. have wonderful} vocal rang I :XEYllltK.. V] 1)1:1:i S 1.0. ;., t I'f '
;; If you really admire nice therough'.y: enjoyed. your next trip. Tonicis "
their singing wat ., .
4 ;r- !IJ"d I::'lri. >:lOS .im!i:: a h.id> "\11' Li".t" '

t The ladies orchestra is an excellent > -T'da: : > .- ;,>.-.- wi.h,: Cher's: c::1 H'wns I

-T oilet'.Articles musical organization and the I I WE ISSUE THEM. .1 t I..;; today '"t'-r; StUWIV a.d: I i the true friend of the cultured ; j I.

a lIthe orchestra wve: 'PHONE 61.Daytona. ... , woman no toilet table is t : : r
selections) -- -- !" ,- to six!; : : ; j: {la.: ": .1:p.: St .
; and appreciate an up-to-date really pleasing featune; of the eenug's -- I ----' - :,}..,. complete without it. j i 0/ .

line of them call and see what : entertainment.BAD LodgeNo. 'MERCHANTSBANK 1" I .,' fc.Hht: lit?ic tiitkls-.. S
Guardnly 1141 ,..
e have. Some new things \''I t "._"!11t i :" I 'I I "-:- Might have been: elcvc'i
we .
c GEORGIA; :s- \' .r k I .5.5 5,5 !
FIRE IN B.P.O.E. S L-: > Bu Ua Touc: I"I"t S
want. L I t i--s-u: :' .i'I. '
will .
you probably ROBERTS BURNS. L. ,.._ I:0' ;" Thcn.jhn.:10.: <'n)
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S S S Meets Every Tuesday : ; I' 1'1. J ::0 S
, See what these Title wiIUK--! ha.e to say i I
50 CentsFOSTER .HANK1NS The Druggist, ELUERTON. Ga. :March 1"-T. ,c- S 3 Evening. Visiting I-" .II".. .. ; ., f ":
PresidentJ It' I
: Members Invited. A. D McBRIDE.! .... i to m'<;i j
AT THE; FLAl'E; hotel Roberts; wad; droyed by i i r )-i- -f- T. E. Fitzgerald E. R. 'B CONRAD. Vice Pres.dent 11.II:.:,!'' 1",

Where'o1usia Meets Beach. this morning. The loss will iv.i iih..ot'0. Geo. F. Crouch! Sec.: I F N. CONRAD CashierF I I II
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CO. :Telephone 6ii I $: half covered b\ ? .r.nle I I

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PIANOS aDd DEL-AND county seat of -

PLATER PIANOS VOLUSIA _--- Volusia County, STETSON : :::
miles southwest of:
CODcert TUDer COUNTY is situated from the lat UNIVERSITY j'::
n PIA'IoOS:' FOR RENT 1 Daytona and is reached :

BANK ter city by an excellent hard-surface DPLAND, FLA. .
Four coueg ,
road recently constructed. T.cbnlcat I.nd G

% ___ DELAND, FLA. At DeLand is located the John R Equipment tthiL co.u
In* nearly ()
} Seeds Beads Stetson University one of the leading Endowment |: ) )
$100,000Surplus ;
Capital educational institutions of the Faculty of 4V P&-
-- WOMAN'S $50,000A. lessors and In.
---- Because of the interest in structors. Christian
lth. ,
_- __ ___ EXCHANGE > but non.HI"t'tarJau J B. C
or educational DeLand is known
I. ij-: 4' --=: '- Ic>unl 1111<1 BIIp.wt D. Mt'RRlDE, matters For TViichlne. Port OraiPhoue
L I - l'r."I.l1t Information.
CREAM. .. ;', "- -..- -..,_ ___ ,- '- '- -,!._::: --= i--_ _iiU; :,. 1 ;IYIIII I: :' ;I".Bi:, ; COS ItA D.' as 'The Athens of Florida., ol I nd :-
.. ., - -V.- nil J. B. Stetson University ha a faculty Lincoln HnIlt-y
a., .aa.tit < -';c: ; .f' ; : "nt.'n: UII Vac-l'r.stdl'nt
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't. -.Ill. : There< >.
instructors. Ph.D.Lb.fl
and .
Iii MILLS' ". "' ,,'; L 00; : '. ji H. A. WOOD, 50 professors f ins and i
I ';' '- A ;- ;;..... .,_ If.-': :- -.4. ,'' Cashier. are over $400,000 in buildings and esident
European -'""- ,'_'L' -4....,. ......... '.tf"1t'.t.i.'t! ; g = I equipment; nearly $300,000 endow- Mrs. 0

I Restaurant I I ma Tact must be apparent to the most ment; a Carnegie Library alone representing mood vis

B i B i.ieiI By L. C. DEMAREE.One r II superficial observer. With such lav, DREKA'S an investment in building, J.I. ?PfRKINS day.

.f RNis iNGS.il[ of Daytona's crowning glo- ih wealth] of natural beauty it be DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than
'ries is her incomparable beach. No came an easy thing for the hand ol STORE' 120000. The library is the'United Attorney and LOST

: It Pays to Trade at one who: haj ever set foot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS I ran to give the finishing touches States Government depository for the CounselloratLaw cinnatl

smooth racked sands; no one who I ''wthieh hve'rought out the colors I EVERYTHING t State of Florida, and contains over the Oaks.

: Peck's Bargain House en-er pedaled a bicycle o\'erlts! ex- I and outlines of the big picture. TO EAT 15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one

J 112 South Beach Street. :: pans.. ; no one who ever drove a.prancias ..,j I did all this in the laying' out TO WEAR of the newest of 16 buildings, will] harle
eaG....................... of horecs and listened :Man TO USE' from Orncompany
: pajr of the streets with thvir wide margins its furnishings, represents an Will PraetUo InMate

isis isu ri.us isis isis isis ii to tIle popping of their steel shoes .B.B.B.B.BOB.B.B.B.BB.I.. of park.ige. The entire city becomes: Rending Room_ 60000. Elizabeth Hall is one of and

: LING WAH.-CHINESE LAUNDRY : upon Its asphaltum-like face; no one : a grp. t park. with driveways inter Elevator I i4ervhetRest j the most beautiful college building! FederalCourts
: Sl> no. BEACH 8T.. DAYTONA. FLA. who ever steered a hlgt-power automobile : E. S. HALL : miles of driveways Room Dr J.
miles SouthThi
Dress Hhlrts lilXlRht I Hhtrts 10. eifntlni; ;, upon J 04 in the VoluaiaCharles
White Hhlrts loiWiiolen Shirts 1" down the broad stretch Architect and BuilderNo. : :.0 g(.'{)(} as to attract motorrsts city has a population of ;abon
Cheek Shirts x Undershirts K and surf-packed sand G. A. DREKA & CO.
New Sblrt'J Drawers H . from all over the contint nt. .FL-A' 3,500'with a thickly settled country DELAND, FLA.
Hhlrtscoinnitt. 18 Mocks. IHT pair S but realized: that it ts a world beater 9"H" Pailni'-tto .h' : JlF.I.D, is five
Collars or Cuffs :HanUkfri-hlffs! |; 3 Go stand. DAYTONA. FLORIDA. And ;as for the pavements, adjacent. DeLand proper several
Indies clothes at corresponding price a wor'ld-wonder. look and act like pa\'e-\\ miles east of the St. Johns River, 01
........ .........I..I... this wide speedway and see the hap I isisisUsIsisisisi5isi5ii5iiSi5i5i5i5iSi5i5iSI.. mints that pine land of the< WRIGHTINSURANCE Daytona
where else between the eastern the high,
mood. and I VoIusiaCollllEyAbstracLCo. been a i
flii by In Joyous
souls ---
asia e usa s us u s..is is I 5 i 5 ii py of -- - - - -- I and Wl'.:>t-"rn" seas are so many mils great "Orange Ridge" of Florida. ThursdayBirmlngbm
whether this is one
H. C. THOMPSON Agt. : answer the seven modern wonders. : i I in proportion:: ; to inhabitants? The ; The *predominating products an ;

LAMB ENGINESHUPMOBILES : ; W. C. CROWNING, M. D. : I paveme-iit question stacds with the oranges and grapefruit the estimate*: AGENCYDeLand
: Placid Pellucid Halifax River. li The of the chief drawing from this vicinity *
: General Medicine and : I street: as one I>. IjiilKlN. Koc- crop FOR
: Where think you is water with more cards. Till some unheard of plate] r.turyund_ :Treiis. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes, Packard
: Demonstration Givea at Any Time. : Obstetrics : ,
? Nearby a more and better, Daytouachrowi peaches pears Japan persimmons going nor
surroundings reports
: ?11Oi2.i.isssusisusisisiu : picturesque: I OtHcr Hours: ]:::10) to 3jtl.: 7 to" |>. m. Abstracts Furnished Florida
isisa mile wide fringed with tropical vegetation : Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. : down the gauntlet! to the and Titles" plums, pecans, guavas, strawberrie: at ki Sec

artistic cottages with roomy world. and other fruits are grown in plenty

I ..m.....'.................. verandas, looking out upon her bosom -isisisisi.isusioisu.isiai.isusisisisisus.sisi.ul--- - -- I Squirrels! Flowers, Binds and Fruit. and Perfected Insured In the way of public improvement: OLDESTLARGEST \\ ,maw

= JACOB ESPEDAHL J gamey food fishes in countless numbers Whc'lev"one's shortcomings, and t are many miles of fine shell roads ai his grant J

: Contractor and BuilderS beckoning as it were to those I kowe\er indifferent or even callous Maps, Flats and excellent high school, electric lights St. Vugu.

I a Designer and Craftsman Itullclings. with rod and reelher bosom. flecked : DR. J. E. RAWLINGS :. one may bo to many things! the mere HlU'-prlnts HupplhdliRl.AXD a system of waterworks that is owned and BEST day or tw

: MpcrtntcathConstructIonof; 1'luns'iud HM'eltU'utlons U with duck and coot and snowy Physiciai and Surgeon : mt>ntiCn tit "flowers and squirrels. FL!-:. and operated by the city, supplying ter Park

: DAYTONA on Hhort, -Notice.FLORIDA. J: winged sea birds which sit about as I : birds; and fruits" will send a thrill the purest water at little cost. cation ex I ILOST
.........................I if for the" sport of bobbing upon the I :. Ml I that is reflected in distended pupils BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify tha For Florida Rollins CI
lubberly old and pricked ears. DeLand is a church-going commn urday or
.......................... waves; watch that t ..........511isisisisisisisisisisisl FARMS
U white headed pelican pouch a fat .S U 5 51 51 For every visitor! with! a spare goober nity. Baptists Episcopalians, Methodists

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

: CONTRACTOR 1 1I : upward with his floundering load he ... ami aivept your gift. lie will sit bolt Manufacturers of Christians and Catholics, TIMBER or on Veins

: : snatched from the water : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS : : i'j "right and knaw into the meat., LUMBER besides colored Baptists and MdhaI I TRUCK street IVolusia

: Filltng and GradingKeavy : See the beautiful launches spick : Civil Engineers : casting furtive; saucy glances at you LATH dists, are represented.The LAND a
Hauling a Specialty. and lockers \\bile SHINGLES offers ten
I : and span witJh hampers I moan graded school a Hend for Bargain J H

._..._...................... Bulging with refreshments, both solid DAYTONA, FLA. : Flo.v-.T3. Usually fresh! and bloom% MOULDINGS years' course and the building which Wheel to,; the East
I .
: :und liquid ready for a cruise upon th .. .talolhho-d' 1"71. .11-4 th-3 year 'round you are reinuwltd Agents Miihury's:: Paints it occupies is newly furnished pany co

beautiful surface. Take out your field .i.i515111515i515i5i51151srsisisieisisisisisisisu of Gold lUith's couplet. where 1'aroid Hooting throughout and is one of the most II GdDlOOITBI[ -
M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. Whlt'bnl14.'l'lJIt'ntJoII'urltllo I the Soutl)
i I!: ''tjluss 1 and sweep the river from :Sunliti.!! ; sprog; its earliest visit paid : Pla-t. commodious and best equipped public I CO FloridaThursday L

, (Ormoiid bridge to 1'once Park I Iligt.t "\ud Bummer's lingering blo.,somfa:: 4u.trgtti'Isy.J Hiiiid Brick.I I'.rlcklioi. I schools in the State.
I MILLINERY i ii house then say whether the 4 a i are delayed. I DcLand I i,
E. L. STEWART : I I.\M>. KLA.LA1IS The trip from Daytona to I'Kl.ANH.: FLA office wu,
Halifax isu'i a thing of beauty and :: 0D i In t.I-!: y-tnl: roes of varigatt hue--' is made by automobile in a little day mom

No. 8 Beach St., Daytona Fla. a joy forever, and one of the modernwonders. :. <-)i-Physician-ial atli-iitloii and to
_ : I,. :>.-. K-tr. Throat !inn! N'os. 'Itiiiiinl -- i !>' nci..uit! for the poincetta and the & fiSH drives in the vicinity of the THE
I r'MdiiuMMaunoliii; n: \- 1111- -mli I pretty J
/ @hI.'m! !. The EnchantingPicturesque! Ride :. ,i!'cm.-is : re aflarije; another is hid Attorneys at Law county site. A good road leads tc I GORDONGARAQE fl
< 't'o' h"tir9: \ a. III. to \tt. |I' in. : of tall Variety
;: : ot-ii :ii a jungle cane. I'raclu: tr..u In nil: DcLcon Springs,hve miles, a historic haiflowers
V East Florida \ wood ..sisisi.us.sisi.Is'.lsuIIisisisisisisi.lsisisisl Ktalv; J.iid K.. d.ralChiiirt
I -! .-. tist-/! "p\-f' : ( of life and here is where spot, where 60,000 gallons of water f
ltidg -wood avenue Is upon the creal \.u f'Vd it. S| >cial faciiittifor) minute. PeninsulaApply
bubble from the every
Telephone Company j of a broad ridge, straight as the crow .. .. I The birds flit: in, and witto their I --ti'atinu p. rf'-ctinu( tO and.-!! I I From DcLand automobiles go south The .- 1.0 i

;flies; and the wide spreading tJraJI'bI I iici' help to give futlm-ss l-i-.l.AM'. Ft.,\. DcLandHeadquarters
joyous s
Connections at Daytona :j : DR. F. H. HOUGHTON : : : to: Ostccn 18 miles, on shell and tonaftIp
I es of 'ho! heavy-trunked live oaks ex- : lit! symmttiy: to the picture.As I marl roads; thcSt.Johns is crossed by

1w for Long Distance Points iH. )< tend thtir giant! arms across tho maI: I I Dentist for fruits; choice citrus fruiis., STEWARTS{ & BLYIsiic ferry near Osteen and cars can then for

ait'lci-itl: : vsta, forming an arch and I iM' toMi: \ :it!Ids the palm to none for Orlando AutomobilesAGKXT
I i : .\. Ktt-wart continue to San ford and by
11 au I C. THOMPSON Mgr. |i from these extended aims great ftstowij I. I'IK.M. .rj \\ ,I !- Ii ..,,: :, I:. _. 'luuiity; ;iu! quantity per avre. There KKfunl Illy hard road. There is a shell road FOR
of Spanish moss sway as the ;Mary sttwurtAttorneys Maxwell Touring .
I NWI @.!)m\-N: ;I I.csi....................I. i -.re H.VS of citrus groves in prox- at Lawuiid from DeLand to Orange City, five
trade winds from the tropic seas Cars and
I branches bending
flit city,
I m.5y: to Noturii-b Public miles, and a good road from DeLand
5K'ciH. fan them. Looking t straight ahead ..isisusisisisisisisisisl IIJOrth with their burdens of RunaboutsArthur
to :
to Lake Helen, a like distance. .
T. McCLELLAN I ion this white shell street one Las! I: T K.: Klt/L.: "i..d K.: ". itti., > : 1 II.'.011" .ucMen globes. which for t'tNi'. FL\. I I I 1'
the impression of a fairy path with
: FITZGERALD & OATES : l 'uity.; ]>rc>flicajcy arid aU desirable

Mill Work 9:i it. li'ten 1ong and draperies cast ,an but eye as first you to move the : Attorneys and Counsellors at Lawi.t : 111l.l:; t"sould" truly astonish you. J. A. I i BOND SANDSTONE BRICK( CO,, RoHIJWltn(i. Hmiilln

i .*! -,:,,j "Kacnii ,' for KMiininua.,1 : :;- I The Fastest Autos and The Finest ERICKSON&CO. : MitmifjicturirsLight I
Write or ask him about anything '! 'right and then to the left you see'I P.-rf.tiiu: : Lan.lTitl.Ulir. I.I I. > I I, Granite, Buff, Red an/: ;
you want made ot wood Everything I.! distinguished cottage homes in the : ni I niirait I'.uililiiiK. I.sUSU "- i PJS : Out. Larp--t: !sttK-k of Drab Brick HAMLIN

th< best. ,j.:'I moat delightful settings.See .. ......9IO .i.>...UsiU I Tint: -\ t tilt world wonder do yitti!) I Ik' Pianos Organs and I l.iriifnt>:i.nII.MH.. .. Prompt "Ship.1
I :: '.b.,} glistening leaf of thv grand .,.- ? (('cuIe. whether from )1Lt.solli: i viewing Machines I IuI.t i.i'MWin.L I. :..1' !:..-.'d.t! :imi Prit.LAKK ". &
North Firewood Ave. Phone 123 .. . .. . . .. -> !ii t.1 .(:. "'I'-IM !< I llllI.KX.: !:: KI.A.
, .
I uiu-nolLi which naturehas: varnishedas l.'I !'!'.* !'!! !'! !' S ?'! '* !ic: f'n'l: Muine.: from Kaaiuaxoi! o : I'Kl.AXl-: I I I. \. HAMLIN

; :!' .1 LAKE HELEN
-- .J.. __ --- ---- burdens !. ... .. tijwo.ld'.s 'nJ for:
the i-abb ige palms with their ft' ::): > \\ lut ie : J't: :(

: '.f &i" oy fruit and swaying paus! : ; Physician and Surgeon spe d .s broken w.th e\.-..> :'\::,-urringeao'i. ALLEN'SN Surrounded by several pretty lakes Attorneysand
[ PORT? ORANGE i I'. ,nu-ii'.i I ITIV. tiit: ,I li ''i, .i-; -...i'tht.t1
I PICTURESQUE I "t't' ilj-i lovely holly with( its exquiaru. !- M. K: i .! h. 'T1\\.-." .i.: '- 't. | : .Autos:: tli- I);.;;,.'.a'. iv! fast- \t to Fostoflio- and guarded by lofty pine trees is'ake Counsellorsat 1
.' l lt'y; see the climbing vinesiua ,ii. !,.: | II''. 'I"'. ..- I \N i r. t\ Vr t T. ;,Mj\ ti! (.fl -t ;art t'U d lily pa- _Helen, a winter resort of nol Law

POUT Olt.'iNi'Eaprctty1iti1viIIag i- riot in the trees; gee the crypii .J ;K.\' ii. '.Ide . d t tliv hisr .h'.s tree a.- DRUGGISTS'JEWELERS ttle
; : .i> importance. Camp Cassadaga: ,
,"* ..!..!-.-.- .. .....,...... ...-. ...... . .-.-.!-.!.. II
: t' I PORT URA6IHOUSE[ _::iiuis: forms wuich gain a foothold 'L.L' I'i;" aiU'sliiiv.iter: f.ou the spiritualistic camp-ground is situ- I'I.\ I', KLA."FOUNTAIN'S".
.. .Hunted live mil) I ju ti.e great oaks and slt..I; !> ....c ......e.............: i iiio.i.u.d5 of flvIJ_' v\-I-!! It :Js a "I'Kl.ANK FLA. i\tt, ;j""ncar Lake Helen and at this :
"out b of Duylona on : 1 -V-- *** ,
the Daytoua- wHmyrna I pi''iu' and surely you Hill join 11.I : Dr. SAMUEL M. LONGDENTIST :.I ., oil* !.,.ou.( ;;-> -Low a .!}1:1. co.itaiitl: r'laccjscvcral- hundred people make I .'

hard -.urj \disc cii >ru-> aud say that this :s a , 5'i.t. : 'I'.; &<-".iJe.Ee. winter headquarters. A lunge lumber '

\ j face road th- >*"<-uIt- S Fred Cummln s I, worldvonder for beauty. i : I .>Uj.ng} goes, from a -hors'ucr G. W. Fisherj I mill and the largest brick plant in 1

highway of th.- Kustroast. : II of Our : up to a 2 Cottage
The town Is Owner and Manage I Surpassing Beauty : One Door North (If New Merchants I i
kcatc4ontheiitilax Homes. : Bank. I'' idl d'-;;:rt-ei of speed from a canter hugs, ORANGE CITY
'I' lllver and IconnecU'd .... ....................+4 to a atile-a-turnute\ clip. You will rluylcr's Candies ClothingFurnishingsj
with the. PORT ORANGE N'o one of Daytoaa's attractions piobably] catch the spirit; when you Kodaks, Cigars The principal attraction around

I l peninsula oppwslt.by perhap?; commands more nearly universal '!. .i @@@!. '!,@.!; .; uo the roads and the beach are yours t'KLANl' KI.A.L >range City is the many handsome Shoes J

The a bridge.town 1w.'ll\ BEACh attention and praise than does i; The Manhattan Cafe The Florida sunshine is fre>-, the golden orange groves. The town is
I The of . breezes! are free, the supplied with water said to be the
laid out and!, haniuny > the artistic cottages. owners ; ; balmy ocean I
I Ii :t prettj honu-. Lot for Sale. these charming villas hail from every ; for ladies and gentlemen. .: birds und squirrels and flowers are H. f OODAllThe purest in the world, another attraction II III IIw

1 A large nuaiu-r; ,of Liberal Terms corner 4f the country aud they bring !J Regular Dinner 11 to 1:30 Daily. free the: sparkling fountain water is i : to visitors. It is at Orange City
and wlnt -rresidentH I
tourists iniike I'ort IMPROVEMENTSOcean Allowed for their own architectural plans and Short Orders. Box: Lunches. l ':rte and :ou will have to go down : hat passengers over the Florida East

Orange'Inlur h,'nd- or Ri vcrFISHING build upon them and as the archi- ; Special Attention Everything Shown Fresh.to Ladies. r unto y ..ur wallet only for coin tor'auto Leading Coast) Ry. transfer to carriages and I
I qoarters elW of tinnttraotlcns- I '.ecture of one section of the country : and ted aDd board. GROCER dnve to Dcland. The town is surrounded -

,.Tt'nt i "'onv"-nl< nt to Autoluubile .- differs from the architecture of an- THE MANHTTAN CAFE This ;is i.o fanciful picture; it's all: i by land peculiarly adapted
excll"'-nt UnoCour <- ELANI. KI.A.
being the ocher do homes differ in ; 38 South Beach Street I to cultivation of 1-/:1 I',
juul Bridge.Applv I so our her It i Is drawing other thousands:: citrus fruits. I l't.I.\!> :)

4 fishing.A short dlstanoe to outward appearance and structural \. -.!\! \!\! \.w'\.f\!. ..!. and h(.'difr them enthralled it will. _- --_-_-_-_ _

I west 3t Port tirunctm WL C.A.-nt HOWES beauty from one another. There art O'.4 l'uarw aid hold you.: Come and sw."From ; ........................................... ........:
the remainof Port ('" iiist, 1'la.I no monotonous rows of strikingly ...................... .
I'': I' the old Dunlnutoitpugar similar blAilJ't :;s but the eye as it 4
II mill n 1.1 lu-: <- : When You Are Looking for !
that U vlsltd -v. F'Tear I Port Orange :i.veepby is treated to a kaleidoscopic : 4 the Grove to the Table" THE DAILY NEWS !

r.iI-o change which keeps the mind Some One to Do .
tourists. Ont tun- OYSTER\ co. \\oud?,iug, "What nt-xt?" .
i anth'ounlry".t'I' II. UflVNTUrowi It is no* only the exterior of many 4
'I' of Port Orans1; .ur- r aud 110'1\1. I r I of tt't-n homes which rivets attentiou i Electrical Work% J Groin on the Halifax. to nle s whoa

t rounding ava-t th. old In- : OYSTERS and ; wi>.b.c they are moJels of ioneuivn The fiie.it quality of fruit for sale : Gives Away rceJc.r :
in.11. was ; I
CLAMSm. in singie' boxes or car lots. Special 4 mentioned in the
and furn 4 names were :
-ntn- \ :e, and the finishing
dlRoaud suzarpIantation.TIi .
( PI. OrulI.I." .ton" i PHONE 14. attention, to filling orders.
: : I
mill evidence of the
: ihiug'e: i Every Day prcviousday'spaper . . :
i was op.Tati iten- : and cultivation of those who workedit MUNROE & STEVENS
s1v.iyInthuu'uri'f I c.Real HOWES{ I .
.j-f day; l.ut bnAh-u1 t aU out. Indeed. it is the interior i FORLAWTHE GROWERS:: AND SHIPPERS. .

for 01tiriy I arrangement and artisUc furnisaini: ; Four Tickets the :
: duus- forty Estate Office Next; to the Ridgewood Hotel. : to Crystal
y. airs.j and seeding more than the exterior:
\ very lultru--ting Insurance : appear-ace that gives a surpass.; : ELECTRICIAN. :. : Theatre and a Merchandise :

drt\> iroiu l>a>tou.iit. !NOTARY PIBL1C : charm to Daytona homes. This fva- Best Prices Best Work i ............. ....,...> ........... S..f.. ......
b I iiixean I.it I- a h : : Order for 25 cents on some :
I tare jastly merits prominence as "au-;
it to lh upproiu'h ot Port Oranze. Ilo!. NORTH BEACH STREETMcDonald's : I GITTENS & MESSING |
t ili'. Port Oruii.In. . other wonder.Streets ..i...... .................' : I 'c. i., -, ; local store. : : : : : : 4
i ::" tht.rit- Ii't .
: l.r.d .. Ii nil t h. IIpiO'III f i and Pavements the" Most ................18..11 ,-- ( ) Fresh Fish 4 .
s. G.G mm :J .
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thtrtt1..ti tCtr..t I. and Best. : \.j' : ==
tWIII'II"II -.. ot : : Boat Yard X;:ft! Tt> Clams .0

:.' I'un lira I1JI' .o t h' [GeneralMerchandise 1 I : Why th* Architect of the l"n.. .-';?" Established 1903 : and Rose Bay Oysters \ : Watch for them
tUtiof th ,i. the : CHAS. M. McDONALD ; --- name maybe : '
1 i < I chose to give Daytona mu"t uamirable. Proprietor : your :1iI
brattul old I : I I Market South Beach Street .
O UfTi
natural I en ;
: !. the most picturesque : Railways. Boats Built. Repaired
null: tt
I'n\toiml retufuia>yithro; ": ,01| Port Orange n*. I settles; of all the cities of the South : and Housed. I Phone 5 Prompt Delivery i : next : :

; .I ;l t, Oil til' U111\\ lulld.7 ---. l1s cot rercalwi. bat that such is a I r..I. I- !.!.!,!',!'. .'!'!-!-!'! !,!.!'Sa4,!'!'!'!'!'!. ....t.... ....................... .................... .# ---

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t ity, STETSON the remainder of the season. I iting Dr. and :Mrs. Springer; on Penin-

t of r Doings Mrs. Fulton and her father, Mr. I sula: drive. I PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA f .!

litrface- UNIVERSITY # Peck guests at Pinehirst. are at I The lumber is on the ground and

DELAND at Daytona ; Palm Beach this week. I work will be-gin'th'g week on a fcunga'ow r
F our UoIJ.E'gPI. FLA and I Beach Capt. F. A. Jewel: and wife have I for Harry Horn on a lot: recently HOWEAND NEW SMYRNA is situated fifI I ORANGES '
Technical E4chool.. miles south of Daytona
S Equipment co w returned from a trip: to Palm Beach purchased by h'm Our popu- and is an ideal spot reached It
tag nearly |*onoo( ). and '! lar young attorney irsVs that he from I you want the
lead. Endowment janojon.: ) are at Pinehurs, where they: : Daytona by hard surface road I very ho>st Orange
the Faculty of 411 Pro,; have been !located since giving: up the has no ulterior designs matrino-ia'!)" CURRIERFLORIDA j winding through one of the most picturesque apply at
t in tensors and J n- D..YTOX.BEACH., March 9.-Rev. Edmonds cottage. i The town council has under co'sid: i parts of Florida. Point Grove

ownty but ctorsChristian non-Sectarian Teaching. J. B. Case was in the city t.-cm H.of II his. Moore 92d D. D., oa the o.casion J. H. Haight and a parry: of friends i I I eration a proposition to buy pr P. With a time its when ancient the ruins history dating of backto man for the Radlsnd Indian -

Forlnfonnatton. Port Orange Thursday.: birthday anniversary on are at Bulow Creek on a camp hlonr.1.I erty on the corner of Live Oak and LANDS runneth not, interlaced with wiresof beat R1verOrangethe In tbs
address: Friday: night at 7 o'clock, wU delivera Harvey streets I the modern state.
to erect
of Lincoln The Tourists' Sabbath school clcss a city hall SKW: HMYRAAFLORIDA: telegraph and tele-
Ph. Halley;' Phone 28 will, call for your cleaning lecture on "How to Rai Na.ure gave a program cons'st" of muse I'I and jail. The lot belongs to W. B. phone, its miles of shell streets as Grove!situated 11 s.
crcand D.L.L1u.1J.?. and prt-&hi tf Like a Book." ng Weeks hard and smooth as a floor and overarched from Daytona '
4 PresidentJ. + BURNETT. and readings at the par-onage Monday M. LEIDERSDORF the OaytonaNawSmyrna
The by hoary forest giants that
---' stereopticon illustrations: of W. A. Sams Road.
evening. druggist Resident Afent
dowrep- grew stately grandeur during the
.Mrs. Otto H. Wehter was an Or- picturesque( Japan, given by R. S. Dr. H. H. Bowen left for Miami I of )Marietta and wife, who have beenon Town and lapse of bygone centuries New Prices Moderate

ding-, J. V. PERKINS mend visitor from th'a: city Thuis- Tuesday Holmes at the Method'st church on'I' this morning. ,He will return in time the west coast, were visiting Dr. Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance I NORDMANN FERD

day. evening proved very entertain to fill his Sunday appointments at Springer and wife. They are very: Property and rest.
than I Proprietor
__ rug to the large audience: in atr much impressed with this
I the M. E. church. part of the i
nature here is
'tedr very inviting to ii
the Attorney andCounsellor **LOST-Railroad ticket to Cin tendance. Many of the view were E. A. Branch has leaed part of country. the tourist :and pleasure-seeker. Here i ii i
cinnati. Liberal reward. C. photographed personally by Mr. a-:d
Henry, Mrs. Blarney Castle to Mrs. R. L. Young R.S.HALETGeneral [ too is to be found the best fishing and
over the Oaks. 83-84-83;) Holmes on their several vies:ts and mother, Mrs; Wihehn: of Chattanooga March lOin American 1
one at Law ------- ot Japan, and were produced by History. hunting in the state of Florida. I I 1i
with Enami. the famous Tenn. 1S39-Dudley Buck, noted: American The people are thrifty, the busi- |
Charles McNary in Jipjn.-se: arJzt.The :
wee the The
city catch of the season:: W.8 musical composer, born died 1900.
tlayc a from Ormond performance was given under the ; Hardwareand ness men enterprising and all unite
Will Practice in ; Thursday afternoon in made :Monday by Dr. M. V. Young, G. 1802! -Blizzard: >* all over the northwest. i
ofings auspices of the in extending the welcome hand of j
Sunday school.
State:! anJFt'deral( company with others from that to\\ n. A. Parker and G. Y. Fowler a parry 1897:} -General Frederick Salomon a
Rev. William Putnam left ths! lof prominent Hocsiers, who made the Federal veteran noted In the west. Builder's hospitality to strangers. There are I
CourtsPiLAJJD. Dr. J. C Herman, morning for Detroit, Mich. to five church edifices for white people
Osteopath, 20 undergo boat trip to Port Orange and re era armies during the war died; (
rat Voluai! Ave., Daytona, Phone 40. tf an operation for the removal turned in a few hours with 36 large born 1S23.:. Supplies, and an equal number for the colored r I
ntry FLA. of cataracts on hs! ey.6.' H's trout. Furnitureand population; the town has an excellent I

fiver Charles Neumann, who has spent daughter will be with: him at the H. Stewart will let: the co Itract ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. high school a splendid publiclibrary I E
,," several hospital Mr. Putnam is in (From noon today to noon tomorrow.) aad
on seasons in this city and Seth this week for the construction of up-to-date bnsiness I
a UndertakingNew
;,: year and I.s life : Sun sets 557.:;; rises 6:14: ; moon sets
the WRIGHTINSURANCE Daytona Beach and this winter has chaplain of the G. A. houses. t
] R. of thirty-room apartment house, to be 4:51:; aa. m.Fifty I 1 1I 1i 1F
been a g'Uetit.of the Gables Michigan. He has been spending ; SmyrnaTHE There 1i F
left erected on h's!; property: south of the are any number of pretty
are : Thursday enroute to his home in the winter at Ocean Spray Sea- Dunlap apartment house. The two homes for the permanent population, i I i i

tied tBirmingham... Ala. breeze avenue. 1 houses will face each other, and the Years Ago which numbers close to 2,000. and I
ova AGENCYDeLand Mr. and Mrs. Sours and charming I court between will be beautified with Today. some very fine winter residences. j i STATE A [ BANK

pc ".: "FOR SAL Seven passenger: daughter, Mss Sours who spent lat ornamental shruts and flowes: March 10. OCEAN "HOUSE 0 There are good hotels and boarding : 014'
t Packard touring car, fully winter at Daytona Beach arrived yesterday ,| The New
jns, equiiped, Mr. Wallace and bride have rt-: York Herald parsed houses where you can find accommo- I
ies Florida [, going north, l low price for cash. Call for Orlando, for a month's turned from a short wedd'og, trip andartc' the 1U( >,O s) mark in daily circulation F. W. SAMS1.KvPRIhTult dations to meet your requirements. !, NEW SMYRNA

ntpis f' at 51 Second: A''\'e. 73-6t sojourn oa: the beach. I located at the Bishop: house for "one of the effects of the : Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a : JOHN T. HAMMOND 1
F f I Real t*>tate sale continue brisk the present. great abolition! war" Mr. Bennett section of vegetable land as can be President!
OLDESTLARGEST William F. itona'd and many buyers are quietly pushing said editorially. Rates: GEO. L. UKANN1NG
anhts accompanied ; I Misses: Fay Stewart and Jeannette found anywhere. This land has'been : Cashier
his grandmother: Mis. Grotjan to I investigations to get a "Snap." i I Ridgeway, Stetson s'uden'te spent $3.00 per Day divided into small farms which can ,
ed, St. Augustine Thursday. After a Within the past few days \\'. R. I'hi- Saturday and Sunday at home. Miss Twenty-five Years Ago Today.The Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Some Transacts a i
and BEST day or two there, he will Winter lips has purchased of W. C. Canno s Stewart Missouri Pacific railroad General
to was
go accompanied bylis'S: II WeekKc.Il. of the finest celery grown in the stateis
pingthat t. Park to be present at the dedi block S ou Bath stre"t, three b'o.ks I r I Carroll Spratt of New York, a student notified all of its striking work : .-nt Hunting! raised on this land. All other vege- Banking
:. cation exercises of Knowles ha'I!, north of Seabreeze avenue. Mr. friend.A men that they had been cut off and Ki>hlii4XKW ; tables grow in abundance, and here, Business .51
For Florida Rollins college, returning home Sa Phillips will improve the proper I very swell invitation dance was from Its rolls and must leave its : SMYRNA! : I too, is the home of the famous Indian 4p; r Cent. Interest I
n urday or Sunday. and put it on the market. given premises at once.. Striking miners KI.OR1HA Time Deposits
FARMS I Tuesday evening at the casino River oranges. I
Mrs.I Sherman of Concord, Mas in Pennsylvania: were re-en
ethes by the Beach club Messrs. F. l'o'-!
GROVES LOST Plain go'd T>race!eot ei hr has purchased the east half of H. lins, R. Beach, G. Des Jardin. M. forced.

lies, TIMBER or k,. on Volusia avenue or North Beach Stillman's lot on II 01')'wood s r *Y'j Maxfield, H. Courtney and C. H.
tho' TRUCK street. Reward for return to 225:; south of W. S. Olds': winter .
Becker. The hall was Leau'ifury ..........
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LAND :_ Volusia a\enue. 81.2t Mrs. Sherman's daughter .Mrs. Put-1 decorated in yellow chrysanlhemuns., I ..........................
ten Mend for Bargain nam, has purchased the adjoining lot ivy and palms. The color! t scheme 14 R. a ;
ch Hhe t to, the J. East R. Florida Merritt chief lineman of [ of W. S. Philips. It us undergo.d: : was carried out in the invitations and I 4 MCDONALD : i I The Joseph Zapf l| i .
Telephone that Mrs. -
bedost company I Sherman will l build a winter : refreshments. Mesdames Van Valzab,' MEATS I .
completed, the new line to I I home on her prop rty to bec'ou- Keating and Coates served at the I .. .
ab COIiELAND. ?. the Florida Southern Express: office in the pleted before next season. punch bowl and Mesdames B,'a'h'! :. Florida and WesternThe :. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ..
East Coast railway depot Mr. and lri. Dao( SolllerV i'lt', a
d i i' Thursday and the telephone to that Mast\ are occup.ving \\'. R. Phi1'1'8'i :I stand.and Young The at: cream the ice and cream cake and wereverved cake: I]I, ..:. Choicest Steaks and : Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor :

the ) FLA, I'', office was put into operation Friday house on Valley, screet. Mr. Davis'I *; ; at intermission. ::. The Primest Roasts *. : house in Florida. Sole distributors for :

ray I morning. This will be a great does a large ice cream bus.nes.: I I I '\'. L. Miller's Bible c'asa! held! the T..1"phone! Ut what ;you want and ".- *
the THE j si convenience to the pub'ic.For Mitt Paulzein who hs been I i.. regular weekly meeting Tuesday af.- 4: wlllen'leavor lee that you get It. J : Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer i

to spending several months with: her ernoon: at 2 o'clock. : Phone 4* .
oricater GORDONGARAGE / Sale or Rent. parents, Mr. and Mi*>. A. S. Hatroun, T. W. Beach and party of frends I I : .. : Special attention is called to the :
The handsome; cottage and lot : I MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT.
with left yesteiday on her return to Aurora are planning a trip in hs: horse beat' flowers, fruit and shrubbery, corner 111. .
ate; I to St. Augustine th's week, Thu a :
Peninsula Drive and Halifax! avenue Mrs. Mah'er and daughter ; Thrarll'rjou Late your ord.-r ttifUtt'T :
The returned .
day later.
furnished. i
lists will be
nth Price
Apply to Bingham & 'I oh:inot u h.iv: of 4-ttin; J cheerfully
and DeLandHeadquarters Thompson Day Tuesday morning from a boat trip to Mrs A, C. DoLts arrived fr<.m : thchotftt.. .

hen by for I' tona. tue-fri-tf w-4t II I I Palm Brach and are at Piuehurst for I' )Marietta Ga.. last; week and is viI ., : '..............................................N....

by FOR t Wr'W'W'NNNNNNN'rWlW'NNNr''irV r nn ht' nRhi"' R n "" nrs P 1 i (' t /t
oadfive Maxwell Tour- r r.rrrr VN.i'rl" i,. r", ', i ri.r.W"Nr"'VrN'RW

ing Cars and

i fit' Ho'all'RunaboutsArthurfi'-. Hnmlln. lluuillu BEDDING[ [ THE MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL ] BEDDING[ [

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tu-noga, Law t Pillow Cases, Spreads Lace Bed Sets. .N

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filled with pure, clean! fluffy feathers, ;

.. cured and deodorized by the Emmerich It l

.. exclusive process ridding them of.aU i!

persons whose- .: odcfrs,oil,animal matter, and all foreignand : ,! i M

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II I IF ...............................................MN THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Peninsula Variety I .........................................- ....-.., ....01iN0

i F I Anthony !Brothersj! ! day Published from December every evening 1 to except April 1.r n-by i' Store I | WE SELLAutomobile i, .: i: H<

"- I T. E. FITZGERALD Ed.tor I'' x't-ptlonn I :MoneypavingVxlues, in: $ accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of : ..Jt:: ., ..
i : oils the market. .
lubricating on t. .fk
I C. S. HARRIS, City Editor Enamel Ware 'l! ..
1, ; CLOTHING . :If .
IL\RRV L. ROOD. Adv Manager: . .
China s :
Japanese .
GLX. F CROUCH Superintendent I ..'.!.: .

: Entered as second class matter I Laces : WEREPAIRAutomobiles : .t.,'t.-. ;" .. L.
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December 1, 1910 at the pojtoffice Ribbons : Greatly Enl\\

I at Daytona: Florida: under Act of Opposite Webster Grocery Store : of all makes and in any condition. .: .. :;,_.:.a;';" r ... SKKuinnur
March 3, 1S79 I! Seabreeze Ave. .,-. f .
1-- SHOES I ; .
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J STORES AT (I Palm Daytona Beach Onnond, W. palm Titnsville Beach. Daytona, Florida j I I ...;.. .............................................. ,, I I Central Auto Garage. i .:

0000A0............0.0......00......N00........MN Complete Machine- Shop : :...................................................! :......o.<
I Clarendon! d 6 Garage! g C Co REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS BY J -- --- ...

.. ................ .. ........ .** ... A COMPETENT MACHINIST. .
+....t<'>+ ++ + + + 11 + + -- A.0000.1000.0000000100005..tt00N00000tt11..500Mf....N. >c...>...<

lBy Rail and River. i I *.. OPPOSITE HOTEL CLARENDON, SEABREEZEFLA. .*. i r T:

I I t AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. ftm:: ':," Li'hnnge. tI i t What's the J .I

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: TEN YEARS AGO. : I : Alldlselected

Service to the East _ : of spending your time sweating over a
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hot stove these hot days trying to i
Lenve Jacksonvillerrle ............1'U'la.lI1.:! : FROM THE GAZETTE-NEWS OF MARCH 9. 1901 : I i get
Palmetto Limited. \ .. KaxnnnahAu uvta....... .......... .. ..115ix.nl.O.T II p m. v.......................'*........*... ... ._ *.. *. .. .. *. 1.1....1.1I the family ironing done on time when :z help use
DAILY. through Coaches, :: :::::: :::. : tlJ
Carrying& I barlr >tonKtcliinond 4 27 |> you can buy an with all t
Kl ctric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room 4JStxul. At a meeting of the stockholders I| Through the effor s of G. 11.1 I .
\\ a>hln .ton.: :. ::.::::. N IM a:m: I |
HnltliiiorfW . ..... .. will be finest ChI
Sleepers, Dining Cars. Jacksonville to Irta.m. or the Daytona Te'ephone company Foote about 30 seat. 1
: : Philadelphia! .. ..: 11. Aa in held the lowing cured and various: beau:iful'' AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRON
} Now York. Nfwork.... :::::: 1 50 p:in: Monday evening I put in i Summ
officers were elected for the coming place around town so that touris *> :
New York and Florida Special. I ' Deecrtplldn of this >puhtr train d> Lux- -n>r JaikM.>mlllt.................. .... 1.in p.m. year: President William :Moore; j may stop and rest on their: journeys : FOR
p ............. .,..... I"
5.i *
Kavannab p.m. : Jr. J. the streets.
'!'hI. train consists of Pullman ralng F J. Niver, C.1. Bingham ; along :
l'rharlehton... .... ......... .... I/ip.nl.
Boom state RoomlaleepingUlntngand, li -at<.J l> Ftexm.ArrlyeRlchnlond I.l- ...... ................. "itia.in. secretary, F. J. Niter; treasurer, F. .........
r braryOblt'r"Btlon'ars j 1lnshington......................1.x.m.. I to have hereuterprie '1 75
wlththenew' hIgh-rperdbrxkee and : Daytona is soon ano a
T. Peck directors, William Moore I {
pulp b fcrtlllantlj. llfthtttl throu bout h.y fl n.trlc- 44 Baltimore..... ....................11.;f7 H.m. ; .
14 ......... o' in the form of a water : .
sty, 1pt'C'.a1 I lights Ix-lng provide) forH('hkertb. .. \\est> I'hlllldt'll'hht, . 1.4"pan. } J. Xiver. C. :M. Bingham Jr., $3; a
Net fork. P'nn. K K.Ht 1 .
for. affording at night.perfect comfort In writing .,jth A>t'., KM Kt.... :SM p.in. :M. Garland, C. C. Barney W. II. filter-alien plant. Adam Schantz of 1 :
or Dayton, Ohio has purchased the I' I .
Leave JacksonvilleArrive ............. V>.15a.Hi.I Edmondson and G. H. Clark. I
Florida and West t Indian Limited. Havannah................. .:31)! )p.m.AJiO Buell property on Kidgewood and :I 0.

DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches l!, ( 44 44 Charleston.Augusta ...::::::::::::::: 5 46 p p.m.:m. :MondayVilllam :McKinley was inaugurated I and the Sherman and Cooper properties : ..

44 ..... ....... Conc
Pullman Richmond! 5 10 a.m. president of the United on Volusia avenue. On the : .
Electric Lighted Drawing Room 44 "a5hln ton....... .. ... 1I.4118.m. These the Standard Irons and .
fiUeping Cars, Dining Cars. Jacksonville I I RaltlmoreI . . .. ..... .. ...10. t I\, ". W. I'hlladflphla.f .. .. .... : p.m. residence, wbjo: on the 1 1I for sale .
*New York. >" York. ........ ... .. 1Jlp.m; by O
The sixteenth annual conventionof I Sherman and Cooper properties he : .

Coast Line Florida Mail. I eave Jacksonville, ........... .. 7-Vi p.m. the Volueia County Unon: Bible will erect a plant for the manufacture :I O
f rrh..Ha\.ltnlluh... ... . ... ..I'Otia.m.; (> I White H
DAILY. Carrying Through: Coaches J 1 44 Charleston. .. ... .. ft.ifiii.ui.MUlp' School association met in. Daytona of his famous "Lily water." I : :
aDd Elect ric-lJRhted Drawing Room | 44 44 \V Klrhmond* hlnKtonKiltlmort. .. .. .. .11 A .III. Tuesday and Wedntsdaj. The fo'-I .t The Schantz Electric Ice I .. The ml
,Beeping Cars. Jacksonville to New York' ".. . :: ...'''.'. I.JO u pill.:m: lowing officers were elected: I The Epworth I league of the Firfet'lM. ,'! .I 0 Palm Beat)

mope at Meal Htatlons.! I\ .. \Nework\'. l'hU"d..I"hla... ...... ............ 1 1.1III.m..40: H.m. President Rev J. B. Hawk; vice I. E. church held a de'ightful: soc'! j < .
f Local Sleeper Jacksonville to Savannah. president J. :M. Garland: ;; becre'ary' ,i I at the home of Mr and :Mrj II. 1-1 ij: and Water Co. ..

Best Trains to the West. A. K. Urokaw; assistant st'Cretary.I I'I'Stewart Thursday evening. ,'
1 :Mrs. :Mason; superintendent home -- j _...... .. 00 M.i00 N5NN00N. 51...11015151..

" l 1 i ro. Et. South Atlantic Limited I \o.fa. I S2 a 1oa.ul 5AI/ I Montgomery Route ii\os a ud..Sl.jI.lrtPm I (laSw<5 department,_Miss:: Grace Gould. I The Daytona and D L::::'nd baseball I I -
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teams indulged in ano her runnuu I

'..lMamr.(.\........JlIl'k-OD\'II1t'. -\lllIntll.! ..... .I.AtI\ 10..ipnl'Ui! 1'11I' I I !txrn'115, pin' !I1.v.Ar )1""IL"III..r Jllt.k.II\.UI.\r', 1.\ &i.;_+IIIIII pin' II,',I Augustine Major Bingham Monday went to up* n'er to his St. I match at the Daytona ball park Sa',' I .... .... ............ ........ ............ ......... .II ..

I.tll pilir.... ....IAul'II""'. . .I.\ "'+.'ualn I 1ItInpm I \r Rirnlinghata..l.v :t.anpul urdav afternoon; the final sc4'ort. /bi. t .
1.00amr( .lmlllllllll'.IIoI..I.\' : 4.11I1111I 7.ii.'pin Ar. S.II\'III.. .1.\' 't::;ram ( daughter, Miss: :Mabel ::11 the St. Joscpht .
.'lll"lnllllti .1.\ . . iii! -, ;:7 to 1 19:' in t'.n'pr: of U'r': oiui J 0a TiI
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!.JOam Ar...... ('lllrugo ... .. ".: IIJIII .. IIII..I.\r. . !-il. 1.I\lI, . ..1.\1.\. :I.nll'lII ll"1II' > academy. I { Magnificent Trains .
.1.\.1 11.3"111r: .C.htt.uu. ... .. 1.\ BalpmWo I II .

: --- Popular or Delegated Governi i i 4 41 0
9(. I Dixie Flyer Route No. tG No. v". Seminole Limited :. J "Florida Limited" E

"Southern's Southeastern Limited : :z
' tlbpm f.t'.Jnckst/nvtllr..Ii 7.lxnl .1111'11I 1.\ ..fltt"kunUIe'r .....urn J ment MaIn Issue Before la ,
.\r.\\.u ...1.\ 5.1"1111I ; ''' .. :: "Jacksonville-Atlanta 1 .
1001hplll ern; 1".1)1'r"'' 11ero s .1.\ }Trill( Special"
7olwx Ir..Ithluta 1.\ ".III pin '."I IIIIII.\r ..\II.IIl\' 1.\ 1.:51111I .. .
\r: ..1-\'I1II"'lIh': rtlam: II.Nxui: \r the Country. "Florida .
8.45pn IIrnitu: ;haun 1.\ 4.\1\ 1'11I Special"
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If.-IIIII \r I'hieuco 1.\ \1.11: IIIIII
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7.YOan1 \r..Mt.l.oUI. L\ 1111I : IIIIII \1' !"oI.I.Clllh I.11I.JIput 1 I \ 1 1SOUTHERNRAILW'Y
_ __ ___I I By JONATHAN:' :' BOURNE.: Jr.. Senator From Oretfon. .
For Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or Write-- i iA. HE ISSUE BEFORE THIS COUNTRY IS WHETHER POPULAR I ..

I 138 WEST BAY STREET i _. ('lllarl Li I

i l ..................................................... DELEGATED GOVERNMENT WITH SELFISHNESS THE FLORIDA SPECIAL. SOUTHERN'S SOUTHEASTERN ...
STEAMER \ Washington New York and the East. I

I Cherokee 1 OHlOkaDAILY River I : ANARCHY.The !':iicee-s( and duration of n.prc-H'ntatne' irovoninient depend I. Lv Atlanta Jacksonville10a.. ............. .5.00 p.m.. In.ar ;, Lv Jacksonville__.......... 9.00 a. m.Ar 15/51.1

I I' I Chattanooga..o.3, > p. m. Lv Savannah .............. 1.10p.m. .
t : t"1I1t : : upon Ii RKSPOXSIIJIUT\l ; > ACCOUNTABILITY-the r(-lon i .Cincinnati ..............S.liO a. in. Lv Columbia .............. fi.40p. m. ..
.1 I the for laws I Louisville ...............S.40a. ru. .Vr Washington ........... s.53am' .
E : EXCEPT SUNDAY. t i sibilitv; of people their and selection: (If their public rerv1 Chicago ...................;;.:; p. m.r Baltimore ....... .....1002am. 1 .
ant and the accountability of the public servants: directly to the Ar (Cleveland...............3.15 p. m. i l Ar Philadelphia..12.23 p. m. ..
.1 I .Detroit: ....................1.00 p. U1.r Nework........ ..... J 31 p. m. .
: The largest; fastest and only boat stopping at the ':, people. ; .
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: upper cabin. .. : Under delegated :< vernment, still in vogue in im:.t of our state, FLORIDA LIMITED. JACKSONVILLE ..

.. : the 1N-?pie' have no voice in their 1 legislation, thus inhibiting the development } West and Northwest. -------1 .. SteamPalniet

: First-class Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin. nf the elwtoratf: nor have they. am "v?ivi4 in the -v''1M.riu 1.v .J.ulv,ouvillt.-. .. .:",.0._> p. HI.1t Between J $ ..

..... ....... .... ... .....................: I of their jal.lic' ir\.mK: tlm-} I UII..II I:: : '( 'HITHF( ; 1THI.1C ,IIvita:: . ... ... .5.20 tu I Jacksonville.. .it: ) p. in ..
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'' :1I1' .5p m \r Mason 4.1i) a m.
-.-q.-\-!\!,;,.-..,.-..-.!t.\. .- ...,. .-....-. !. .!.-.-,.-.. --- - ------- -- - SFIiVi: i( 'I'I: l il'f'm.t., ..f th.'! .ht.....t a."IIIIII'i : ::'it\ <.f dIP< (.uli,Ir;; s imt: 1r; < ilwinuJti. . .. . S 3.) p. m. Ar \tl.inta... 7.15 a. inrtliu'igo i ir ..

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Steamers U.S.A.AND t" 1 I. ) 'litic.'l! !1 bo>: <>r >1N'1 i ft:i! i'ti-i-r!! ''i 1" :.i 11"1'll.'i..n.
JJ Louisville i- !' t: \ ).tr<'it ......... ... K.30a. n,. Asheville. N. C. .5
j \; Ihrrllin hUI.!! . ..I 12'15 noon Jacksonville ... . .. 9 00 a. ini i .
t'0............0.. .t.5 \i I 1 l\:in-i t iiv ... .. ..10.._.) a. in \r V-heville ... .. 7 00) !I.. m .
i .\: ( ',,.;"raoJo\ >|ilrings..I{ ."> a. m .Cincinnati ... '.00 a. m. : .. i
I Nashville !j Constitution : : .
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i .. I. .t 0 I 1I'd: I 1.-LIal'' Iru n.mNbrn.l| I"'ctit i :iII\ ll.littil:: ' .'o;.n !:' i 05151515
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I I RailroadIMontgomery I \II'\ I II.! Kh.T I i ..HM. r: N'/1 s WE""T: I\\ s.r.l'Fpu't I !U, E.: 10'1.\
are now running betweenDAYTONA 4V2'- II > .. I I" .i",.,n It:,'-. ix:iiion, !in.| i',,111))"i,'i b IlIrorellallon'ullIllI'lIl:i, '.I'i \\ ,it'i'
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j: / + ii t h intl R. B. CREAGH Tray. Pass. Agt. G. R. PETTIT. D. P. A.. 1
1iriii 1 1 1 II I -ll (I
j4 s, Hotel Despland. Daytona. fla. Fla. .
:'- -- !' and i ll I- I.lit Jacksonville
: s, ii -,i I lath; tin II JNO. L. MEEK. A. G. P. A.. Atlanta. Ga i ..
Route. ' I >tti .IIM! l.ir.t
IIIi! I' PALM BEACH v ml- 5
1! v ;t i ., Ilrll) , ,Illllld.'; I ...00.0.0...0...""HM..00000..1...0...4....UtH ..
i I; j Lv Jacksonville, .\.C L 15pm ?., ,I pul n rung Sit',
Lv Itirminghain ....... ....1._. ._.._. pm 5'" '- cowp NU..torccro Oceau

:I I Lv Na-hville I ................. 7.-),-) pm ..)' ,, ,I th,uu h1"It. urt'iu1 I : .. are larJ
I J Ar St I.ouiI.1 I.. AN...... 7 40 am .'' I II. I Leaving Daytona Saturdays and : .a on vice is
1 4 Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. :: iILM. 11111., '; FINN( appj
tu i ram N-{ --------1
: ', I nu..t ilmil 1 1i Ii .../5/I
I. Dixie Flyer Route.Lv ; bound South. : :I .' I'"nn.i' n 1"1 w ar .111,, a ,, i I .i,_ lit < rln <, ( >w u. r 1al iI i-
f I 1,111
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I'I'I Jai kcnv'ill*., A.C. I.... S.25 pm :;J Jr Leaving Palm Beach Saturdaysand : : i i STEAMER SWAN I
', 1 Write or Inquire on the Premises. No 39 South .I
: Lv (hattanoogi ....113 am Tuesdays at 9:00: a. m. i I Ridfiewood Avenue 5155Fresh

Ar ,'ago . GI; am '.; bound North. I'!i'I..............................*99999.Q999999999H99999F I i LENGTH 150 FEET281 TONS. I ... TH]

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: .1 I ek: With excellent accommodations and service. lighted by .
South Atlantic Limited. I .
-- - I electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passengersis .
I Lv Jacksonville, A ('. 1.... S.I,) pm ; I II E. C. TIME I TABLE now being betweenDAYTONA D.

,, I I I Lv I\no\ville.: I.. JL: :\ ....I:.:?O I I'm :;,' McCOY BROTHERS I IN En ECT JAM .4ky. roll I operated i. .

Ar Cincinnati . .. S 4i pm !, i' a0/5/5
f :;:1 Louisville ........ S.40 pm and
j I.\r nihanapoh*......... ... 1 (05 am Seminole LimitedSOLID a7 -"' 7 HU -:13 ::1.. 8U :14 0. wa :3, -.010

1 TRAIN 4'P :-I lap 13 1 : : ; - i PALM BEACH :.
4Y.ai J.d.son, ;
t I it .' iI? iT ille 7 Yip 7 Vp IP'I'' H'I I.,
Three fir-t: .clas;>Electric: Lighted Electric Lighted Throughout. I:: : :I I' *T !!Tin | 3\ .y..p: ': W 4wi I I'I"i <2kl St. Augustine .; tin. |, *p 2(6( ,, n, %M 7 '>:,., I t ..
i :; :N.211 alp p Ormond :; - -
i I. : > :Mp a AMI n j5a 44 4 4":
I Trains! Berth Lights, Dining Carson :-! ;out: } 'iiHI I *4 "1tp'.., l 5t p ;: if'}: if"jne ;! :"; :'S'is' I" :rrl ; I ..
1otS CFy 7 : : __ II >p ]: i ,1-:! ;" ; ; -,; :!dal' it5, ; +
1,1 : '
each train, la Carte. :551 II; I K' \' .
a .: 's 3 i ..>l> / :2"l"> \\.lmUcach l rIii v sal .< 'kHt .II'M. H Tp
!, ' ,!. K> : M I ::!ads i '! ;tear 'I', I! 5.q,, Muim' :, .7 4o. l ,Ira, : ,s.a. .; tut" ;,. I .. Amer
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v Louisville\ S l Xashille R.R R.R This schedule is published as a matter of news to readers of : and Intermediate Points through the Picturesqi Halifax : ...

I : .. gftROPO the Daily New and not as an : and IndIan River Route. i .....

T B. WALKER Fla Pass. Afit advertisement Leave Daytona Thursdays 8:00: a. m.
f l i i 118 W.Bay St.. Jacksonville.Fla. t CBItAGO ST. LOUIS i I
,...........,.. ........... .....,..... . ..i..i.... AND ..........5.....3...5..... .....Q.O.8..3..o.e..o Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8: I :..5.t1 .

t j ....g..................... .. ALL POINTS BEYOND. 0 .
I\dt11n1 ( LUMBER \
'''' "' II' '1.1( I COMPANY .
i -\ : _. 1.d".I.I,. I-" f 0 :: i .r' II .
: GROCERIES : I:' "ittI' '(" ' I'.i.1.u." .
I.\ . .,,' ,,-" \ 1., I Mauufactuiers ol (J MR. FOSTKUI e1
I'.l'" I ..
\1' C ;hh'a_'' ; -, .. ROUGH and .
i "li\t and let Ai "ht. I.">ui.. ', LUMBER : .
at Ih'e"pr I\t. :
1. III
Fur -I I. -pMi., car i r, i\. ltu- aid l :j,. Laths Shingles Flooring, Ceiling, Brick L,ire and Cement ,ID Stock J I I AGE T. 102 BEACH: ST. D0\ \A -_ II .
road tkk..t :ad.lr. v. 5 I 5 A He
+ : toi u.i 1'11--. wt t i I, ...?'i.\ t Phone 83. : I :
I .1.105e1. ., R J- MALBY ;Manager : i .

).W.9.049"t.+A+A+A4fe4 A.*.AA.A.....A............0/0.0.: 1500(5 i tii"5551 150i0i..0....eoee".NOa..... 11.- f0N.... ...0.

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.e* $ NANeN NN NO.N 0 ON NONN NO NONNN . -. I Mrs C. F Vail!, Mr\ J. C. Vail :.+++++++++++++++++++..++.+.+....*..+.....+.+......++.+ .

. 1--; -..., f and E. G. Va'll.! who have teen .

I.. Oe,' ; I HOTEL DESPLAND guests of the Gables for some time : HOTEL CLARENDON !

,- NEWS OF THE HOTELS depaFd Thursday afternoon on. ,- -. ....... ... '
-: '. : \ ?. ..-. SEABREEZE
::l their return to Portland! MaireMr II ",' y : :
The best kinds of J:j I Daytona, Florida / .s.; : FLORIDA J

*'.. E. H. Hough of PI'tsV! : r.. : .'. I'-

arket.'IR. : i NOWOPEN I Pa.. who has been a gUst of tb' : Absolutely
: ; ... ... :
: Iti \l'. II KelVrM"e and daugh'e ', Gables since the first of Jinuary and ..Iles .,. .7nat Mi

.. : i L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. : of Corjdon Ind., have re turned f. oai: 1 was very popular at 'what horse. 1 If ;: I fireproof :

: a few days' stay: at Palm Beach and' th;; ; morning to join her hu hand .n ;: .

: $jI Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all : are again at the Gables hotel. The}' Jack onv'Hie.Madame .. Sow Open
; : much prefer Daytona to Palm Peach. Aj :
Rooms Ensuite Steam Heat. Modern
any condition. .Siraje. : I. Sides. ; Every -- Harriet Labad= e. acI< In-! : .

0. t.,; t''; i Convenience. Send for Booklet. Among the prom'nent: v ior3 I: in panied by her husband and mai'g. i r. :. Booking Offices: :

: i' w CONCERTS DAILY. Da "'tcl.a at this time is Judge F. Francis Labadie, Loth of Philade'p1' i'' : Seabreeze. Florida E. L. POTTER PresidentHotel
: :
i .t C. Brooks of Minneapolis, ore of .the and her mother, Mrs G. 1-'. Hotel+, Blackstone Chicago
W. S.
s 1180 Broadway New York KENNEY Manager .
:; T Bummer Address; ATLANTIC HOUVE" :Xarr gantt Pier Rhode Uland : mcst prominent men in the Gonher: cf Xew York, are enjoy';ng a t f*.w :.
:.i : state Judge; Brooks and wife art: days rest this vicm'ty and are 4.....................................................
.................: t SHN..i/NNNNNNNNNN....NNNN........ in =
quests at the De&pland guests at the Hotel Tarerdon! 99999999999999999999999999999999t 199999999999999f
:1'.O\ 1 : Recent arrivals! at the Cry: HoV: : Mr. and. Mrj. Sewa-d Mover L Located in the Most Beautiful '

---I' r } are S C Sellers, Baltimore, old, E guests at the Cables, and CharVs S ara o s a inn Spot on the Halifax River... ... r

THE RIDGEWOOD i i.i Morehead, Mayfield, Ky, R H Wolf, Bailey, a guest at the S mlno'e: al ,, JOHN J. McGUIRE Proprietor.TITE !

i Savannah, Ga, S R Hungerford and of !Fort Plain, X Y. vvil I leave tomorrow : INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or E. Suite with Balk No better ia ,
t{ wife Memphis, Tenn, V L Cole and the steamer L t
i E. D LANGWORTHY morning on reasonable
Proprietor. Terms
: Florida. Table oi the best of everything ia season as as I
t .i wife Marshall, 111 J Hojrney, W C of seeks
: & S. \ for a vat; two ; or the service will permit giveu on appbeatioa Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No, 11299999999999999999999999999999Q99C99999Q9199999999999
Fr i Perry, J D Lopez, J B Hires, Jack more at Palm Beach and M I:ami.LLOYD :
I a NOW OPEN. :onville. j ,

i i ,_' & All departments will be managed by white Northern help, i Recent arrivals at the Dc:si,.la:1d r IS IN TROUBLE AGAIN 1; /:.'IS....NN040.......e.NNNNe.e+.*..............*.. !

[me sweating over a ; ... & selected from seme of the finest hotels in the North, and white include Mrs C A Rogers. Mrs J G : THE BENNETT. t

days trying to get I 3 Hincka, Mrs Mabel Knowls, Miss THIS THE AT PALM BEACH. j i; rY'rl'NA. ri.oumv 5tht i iN.

[done on time whenICIRON help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : Rogers, Old Town, Me, Mrs E H .. ..w" "|'.n fir th thul .. IIMHI pile! ,r It'M', -rat nuhug.!<:'lIh'nt of :\ II. :a null-:. .
; : INh: : ,,11,. toi, .IU.tun t 1 h. J:h r n"-tt i<> tintiu-., ..n rv i r\ JtIl'lh'ultir.' Fhi' .
.-. with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the I Crooker, Judge and Mrs:: F C Broo'is.: f..nt uiin' i IaIq i ". -sii|", r1 i if>r tnl.l. whit-" "'I"!!".\. -. :" n.<....l. rn Imun. F. mill, '110" Iii..lik.IK ... 5
#. : : Minneapolis, I S Achlberg, Sfi Loais, HELD TO APPEAR BEFORE COUNTY j; ntliio,|itl> r' and! a I I'M ntion on l'nd.,,,,', >U!. I'llI'd. Kul. ,,:-'w I 1 .' finest Chefs, anc. Waitresses obtainable, 4. itiourf w, L9':'nip Hull 1 will U nt. I 1'lJlIr', month nf April S P
: 4 d i L B Howard, Brockton. Mass HenryB JUDGE ON CHARGE OF OB- : Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages, Marblehead, Massachusetts. :

il i J '. Summer address; Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. f Kane, Narragensett Pier, It I, J IIMcCradj ?...................................................N I IIN.

1 .............NINNNNNN..............NNNN.Mr .. I ', Pitsburg.: TAINING MONEY ON FALSE
r ..................NS..5..NN...........

I .. Recent arrival at S.hm'dt's; ho PRETENSES.Fake i f fi fI i
:. .........I.II.E.t.I.t.I.s.I.ui.uI.I.t.I..I.t.I.IITHE ... tel are Mn K D Kel ey, Mrs M I M advertising schemes: are lrt t! THE PROSPECT I I

Voorhis, Mrs V W Voo;h's, Dr II _
: PRINCE GEORGE :. V Voorhie and ,son. E W How&v. ing their charm for the bus m* J 109 South Rtdgewood Ave. I I

I Iy DAYTONA FLORIDA : Mrs C A Miller, Miss Lloyd, Mrs S men cf Florida and L. Lo} ,
Steam Heat.
: : D Jordan, DeLand, Frank JtSSUP itor who has been making easy money -

L" : Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors : and wife, Stamford, Conn, Mr a".dMri on little work in"arj.o.., rt\ crt r ../ls Mr. Foster P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor. I -

: II Hill, Xew York City, Jo'in: the sate hi the pi-s-- ........199999999999999999999999999999999999999999999; *.
Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. towns m
Archer Detroit, Mich, J H Pete s.
[ Irons and are : Two hundred! foot frontage on Halifax River. : G C Zaring, C A Clark, J P Nutt,, lined is finding his the path roses tuned which to fornierl thori s ....................... .............................. :

Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : Schultz Jacksmille.: JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
f" a Clarence Lloyd is well known :imong the tuer HOTEL SENECA
= OKNKK: !hl IrV Al. ANn CIOEAN T4.!' :
Steam Heat
Throughout. :
i 'd chants and business> men in thus .

: White Help in Dinind Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st : Another Gillespie and Florida K nspor.arrived city, all of whom will be li"er3.eJ: : ENTIRELY NEW. S
> touring party touring '

ctric Ice .. The PrinceGorgp Pit-r Is th -onl>' landing' In I'lijtoiiH' for1.t., Ai-n u.tln"III.d .. in the city Wedntedaj atd: is in the following from the \\ >st Palm : Albert Bennett, Proprietor C. R Bennett, Manager :
: Beach Sun:
ti'. U Palm Beach boat Particular with pit a-ure.r : stopping at the Hdgewocd. Among : ut.d-r fa s' :: A :Nut. Pena for Nut: f','oplf. Kuiininj, \\'nt. r. i-l.'nni ll>'at and 1'liom in parry: :
"For obtaining money
. those in the party are \\'. II. Rhodes;,, Kooin. Whll.' Kr\u. Tin out ho ut. ,, /t K. Mr. Foster :

Co.: Same Management as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N J. : conductor, Dr and Mis 1 A. II. Ke>"- pretense into town, about one I*two I ojtl weeks, who ago.b a.d e\\! .:..:....................................................

.1.1rai:41 ,/T.rJt Mr. Foster : noldb Philadelphia! E. P. Augur ate; : -- --

.......... :ir/1.!fI.t.I...U......I.1.It.N0e.I.t.....IIS1010.IOIIIeI .. wife, :Middleton, Coan., l;. U War- began merchants working:, for adv local rtising and l e.-t r.Mtrona-e! *; dt! :....................................................:. t ,

len Brooklyn, France: Schwartz,, H H. MANWILLER. Proprietor
in booklets bev;'s to pub'sh>! WI I : NEW SEASIDE INN
................ Miss: :Maggie:: Schu", Allntovn,, : DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA :
.tot.I....Q....t.I IiIsI IiI : hate to make explant roi.t. IW'I.r '
: P.i I County Judge J. U Adonis. :: This new and select !ianiilhotti! las; just bet.ii cularitd and rein;mshcd :

- for the season 1910.11 to moot fit requirements: ot its t growing pat-onage :
sf,1 1 ,1 t
5 NEW GABLES _V pleasant; parry at the Gab e "I.Jo.'das. very since : :
; '. : Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths Llettnt and Gas L.1 hts Call Bells
,. for few days consisted of J. K. would St't'Ulin indtarinF: ; tL e tu : :
:. using a i l.t'X1L: t' : Rates $2.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application :
r Daytona Fla. loluibton/ :: and daughters: tht Mist> *> I chants to take spate -1111I11.,? .. i V.:,'... -.: III ,'I rF I I. I M II I-. \1.1!ElL: :, I II.) .. 111, Cill\I'. :N. .1.I .
_ _ : J03nrU of Tjioae. rite' tha wars none too cheap at iii" .
1 :. I I .' ,AI NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY and\. and Mrs M.C. I,'. Moore, and daughter: I'a'i:, lont-tot -so the ad\er'iSt'IB uh> :../........................................-.-...-..--..-...-

: I .. i 't' . ... ERN LOCATED CONVENIENCE EVERY MOD.AND : Hiss: Sarah S. Moo;e. of Ve"wo3d! ,, make the thargis claim-pl'ttI1L! :.: .-.-.1.-.-..-.-..-.--.1- ........O..0.0.-.-.-.-..-..-..--...-.............

.. ....xr < COMFORT. .. .. .. c Pa The party"Us very m..ch txdobive reprwentation"( !in his \ .
Ipccial" ." II l pleased: with Daytona aid wil: le elusive little booklet which *; lei 1."' nTh I Lane Inn"A

1 I : !io: I'"a; : "! r . Steam Heat Throughout : turn again next t-eai-on: and make ali circulate: among the eas* s dt t ,'I"i ik I: Ivy :

I.':' 'inir sta, >. Mrs Moore is a a s:t rot I >ts. \\heii the advertise r.. \\o hil: :: H.gh: Grade House cater-iet to the most particular people Central location :
: i.IIIf S. H. MOSELEY : i'.t. 4
: b Sttnk who a winerhoiiu pad; for exilui\e :psue i-i i week
E. :\1. owns S3.CO and S4.CO per day- S17 SO and hither per
ILW'YIRN'S s _' ; U 3ar-w ",J Proprietor. copies of the! booklet, aid: fo nd th itixmipetitois ; :
Ridgtuood ateaue..Uuong
: on : WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor
rti. \I'IIII"IUII.ThuII-lIlhll'llIlI. Open November to May.
: ,., ., of had IU tOil'y been !int t .
: 1' i"w. N Y. dm nit: --111111111 i .
i .S I" ..v . :..::=:".._vM'::":.. . j 1 lll.! recent arrivals: at the en spate. but in sonic i.'stars,t. i 1'1'i iferud .' 4: ../1j&; Mr. Foster f
--- : ./J-ff{ Mr. Foster : lftwood;; are Mr and Irb IJ v\ potjititn, a howl .'ari .rd 1 ;..N...................10......*999+9+9.9.9+9+9+9+.

SOUTHEASTERN i l Povd.' I Ir, FV llOyd Ill, Cincinnati, warrants drawn out for h'art' -- - -.- --
LIMITED .............ISIS1..ai.i0B.itn. I99999999999999999999999999999999999999999990999Q999THE
............Ie1eIel I Mr and Mn E: R Bale;; and waiting a pre'initnaiy: hcai.n'! :

L. New York and the East. FlaIrs: J \\. Potter Mr orhUHlo'1 Lloyd was given i a uifo.tab'e: : 10 min I F. H PURDY, Prop I

hnville.......'... 9.00 a' m' I Inah ..........Urt.ISISIeISIS.S15USISIISIIISISSI.ISiSIi ... C :M McElroj.: : Bowling On en K)''I the Hotel I de Ilaktr. Judge .\dm" :- : SEVILLE Daytona. -- Honda v _

) ... ........ l.lOp. m .. i'has U lack and v\.fe, Miami: Xhiteside. fixed a bond at t:otl.( :
iibuIngUin...... ....... 6.-IO p. m. i 5 1-: \\ Orange, N 'I, I Kew : .'Jud ;t' W. I. Mettalf! will uptt. I GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON.
........... t>.53a. in THE HAMILTON 1'oja Tuppen PliiacKlphia: O O Jus sent the accused: at the trialt:t." I Surrounded by Spacious Grounds;, in the most delightful part ol the City I i
Lore .. ....10.02 a. in. r. I The quests receive the best the markets atford in the dining room, and every
.... lilt and wife, Cincinnati Bertha \\ nay M. I). CarnithueJ; appearing: i for hotel offer to the public
j'elphia! ..... :23 p. in. I New and First Class : comfort and convenience: that a well regulated can
'ork.. ............ :2.31 p. m.SONViLLE : \ .I Heed Uuth.\ \Vaite. Worct rl.t.x the pros*tution. LIo>'d n< nor ..ipPMI 9999999999999999999999999999999999999999990999999I

r. \ :Mr and Mr- W A: Buckley, Miaaukoe :- one time before on 1 th. <' i:iui f __ _u__ _____ --- I
-ATLANTA ,e.4 I bo: ,'tr rn the judges offer ,th. ................ .....................I .............. .
i Sj Line: the liars of using a i t: v
SPECIAL. ;. Steam Heat *. Electric Lights Electric Hell : on : l'-1.7ON) 1 '-1.\ l Idtr 11 i' N : f '
! Jacksonville and Atlanta j,,: .\ Marble tourirg pa:ty of p v :told indf'l't'nr: !
i : Elegant Rooms \\ ith or withoutUaths .>-<' trust \, work. Boson ad:: was fined $"..1)11.' .Ind.. h," ," te" ,t..n. .1'. ",\ '' SIMPbCN. t1'' ;.
........ : NU \\ J. Prop.
Umlle s..10p. in I'tit'ud:; ani iced in the city ,._ ., Kl., ,'I.'t'I.! :
!! :: N i
.. ........-1.3 a. m. ", : i ii
r- ,.,Liv HI i the uit'iubu: t f th' p.r 1
ii . ......';'..t.; a. m ;: S t ; 11 n Vic'or: Hu( k r \ ,ue t'n'p.:1: :'; ::.:
Asheville, N. C. : v : MRS. M.SMABBETTE\ \ Proprietor !I'll";' i IHln\\:l< :!? ,In' 11! tht parry i : \'lrIhtr't c.sh! ;111,1,I !I.I.i", .1. w';:.. \!,l,'itnl ::1.i ....OC..eoeo06C Cl""WO( +d C o (..OCeeM..Het OOH i

}10\ dIp .....'jOOii. inillc t : .> : t' Mrs D T. San dl' -. ph""lc':11! r.-.t-nit.! ,ii t. '1.. '':(' mm. "f

( ....7 00) H. in S Mr. Foster DVNTONV.) FLORID \ii _. i'. .1. kimlm 1, Mr*. Fr..llk gmmI I lie tut lu- t.-1 : i Ilk 1' ,. IliCeydrl i THEAUSTIN i ii

Inn'i I ... s.00ft. m St : Palmetto Aenuefr* .:,lnlt.-:. Iis Sophia Il-Urt! Miv. ( Iir! urt i-'i i.i'trra! in It- -in,;i:.-

. ... -' .. ..............!.......ISSIOI.SISISS.II.I.SII.Ieletelel. l'ani.i He'b* rt. Mrs C<.ra 1M rail CSt dttu.u: ,l -i.. f..r <'ihtt"11:: .v ....r:: i OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA FLORIDA i I' *t.
_101. oj . ... ':& 1. gant( tlh'i.Jt',1ilh the nlt..h'r lilt' :itdtira: :
.... : -_ JSCHMIDTS_ ------ ---- - -- -- \ll'1: -. Vile; (F Hoaut'Irs.. W. .1. ,. LI ,
*' -= .
/ "!U <
- the pnt.lu Hi- t !st.! 11 G \\ SUAN, Protnt.Ur
I\V tk t
I U.K.. : KlItion 1.\ . u /t j
T. J I hHttNX" and Mr I F. C
i'oiiiiiillliltate w III) i eleleteletettete.tote'.....................Ieteletetr .I 1:1'1111'(1:0011:: Mr * 1ll1t1"; to l 10**f iu .1 |IM'e.tn. il attitude : Electric and Call Bells Steam Peat Hot aed Cold Viater I 1 s
I U.ar- Lights
R PETTIT. D. P. A. ,11I1'klt.t': Mr and Mrs In front .', a ""nudt .UK! Judy *>hi,\\ I

Jacksonville. Fla ii HOTEL gent. Mss t: Mary T. Col'ier.' :Mss Ho did: this at a i
lama. Ga i Sarah T. Collier, FrankV. Lund, ThurMtiT nft .nHN.n for \ears, t tlu.r- - li, S

?r .. : Henry Schmidt.|Proprietor, Daytona, Florida "oiuhu'tor. t'ushle.n; "\ iu;: the murmurs of un- I 199999999991999999999999999999999999999999999999999MKS .
\\9999999999990999. f : Situated on the bank of the Halifax: River.ne' mile rem f Atlantic I o-U: and applause\ ,iHrocwdlru CI''U1. CUMMINGS.I yt

t Ocean. It has fifty rooms single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping: rooms TIlt combination brdge: and euchre i the pipriz; : c'rO11'hkb tie dt'n'in-d. I ; D J. I i
t all have exposure: The cuisine and service heir that be reajied ;guy PINES t l're r.ctress :zyr
sunny >
t r are large, airy and nearly party l at the DesplandV l".e Mlaev- "'t' do ii it j. ; 1
r : is admirable. Rates, $3.00 per day and ur.i} Specialises{ tot( | Un.ihcs thoroughly enjoyed bill other n'\\:ird hut his |pleasure. 4
eniiiK was under direct
Hotel. Table and service I
**** An attractive
on application. ;
r '
'. "
OI.ISIte/a.ISISISleta/ .................... *- quests of..the b g ho telrv..upwd Sev bIn Didn't Like the Suit. i supervision of the proprietress. Ii
'u tables (If .a'here ot
the "Sir" "aid the \ung man as h<' *nterwl 338 South Ridgewood Avenue, DAYTONA, FLORIDA.Same .
and the utrugulfor
SWA player viUtin the library for the purin.>.t. ,.f mtemewiiu i naanaenactit, as the V M111fl'Ila.i :
lutert-s'inz: <
(lin/- made an .. '
I ..................... ;; the father c.r the nl:- rl. '
.. : )
.Ieleletel.I.t.t.t.t........ the bridge playing the first: pr / "1 am in l..\',' with: \'..ur dnint 9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999The ',
'. Utrlltil 1 : .. l lI
M l.
by.Mrs.: ( "
A' t 113 South Ridtewood Avenue s \\ta won IIa'-e you MUtittieitinii, to guy suit
il TONS. I THE. M GNOLIA Lau ClaireV'*., and :Mr II. C.! looked the '. m over ,
: 'L LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. Tlie old! mm j I I a .r...s
Pitt&burg, while :\IrK.: I I l F
Vulcan! *>t fro'n lie:id to fiiot OSBORNE
service, lighted by I : Fre sk milk, ve,etalles and fruit on the place.,* Furnacehe8l[ RATES : S2.(0 per .1. Murphy tor BrfKiklyn, carried otlu ti; "1 vure h.ne" he rt".lI..l.'h '. IvurtiKlnt ; Willmer i The $t d
t $12.00 week andup.r . 'hre I that : t ta:1\rll:t < t A. OShOKNb Prop '
Labm passengers I : day and up;: per ; t'( iiM latu n prize In the vm wear :i mi-tit suit like ( U : |

Proprietress. I I.lt!:t\ iu :\Irs. J.I B. I Il town ing ot M.d. to a doe: r tl.ht: Uh\' dou't( you try :i Coin t v rtable K.'oiiis312SoPalraettoAve Root'is Only Modern: Couvcuaeti'es: = { 1'x
Between ,! srkIeI Mr. Foster MRS. CELESTE HINKS I '" . 75 and.. M 1 100 ,<.I day .
New: >; SO : j
i < 'hi'a T..I-k:
lit putt (l I. \\tii the lone l liai d i 1'1.'1 't' some other iait r: ::" to.dlcll t ;
5250 to JfeOO ""cck" I
iI .tetetetet.teen.LleLI.IStetaet.Ietetetelelet vii l.. <11! d :\1- (,' t>. Hud s.'l!} oi \1! I. Rubber Tree Sed. t Roll.tda..tc: Steam Heated: : 1 K",'w" 11 Orange Ave 1i is

I iI itN'Il.l( I I 1'.1.1 \\CI1( tlt(' t f.r-t! t 1 l1i/--> \ ,,11,1 i iMi : The s.."l' .': 'I'!< I 'i''l' t"rr tvf.. 1: ifwuml '"l' '::1' t | Daytona, Fla

and >. F.V lr.ll1t: t Of! !lili! ,n'a t. \. 1'et : t,. .' oj t .: _,.. .1 'i i III' It\' ..:' .. _. IK !.

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11111 : If' . : ; : .:.( ;' ';?;'i.;: Have Modern LaborSaving I -MOXDU S miles ,:1. ,
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TO ROAM' WEST/ I d on t
I f the Halifax
="__=--_ =p-_ ] Devices i iPl'oved the! location :
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II Ii I .n permits and !' S T. Edu.-
I Aralnage
I BABREEZE and DAYTONA of Value ? sanitation TO been .spending
v ;
to Stock Arid i
CHAS. F. I BEACH, two enterprising and DAYTONA Hunting Party I :ovation Is su- parents at th
towns on the Halifax I
progressive BEACH "> and Ideal for Ormondcourse. Tuesda morn
BURGMANTHE Peninsula are geographicallyone .. ir
although incorporated as sepa Plans ot Am:rtcaa w '..ter homes. A f Long Meadow,
PHARMACY :.It) bridge con-
rate municipalities. The towns parallel and try a few dives t Geo1.* Far
the peninsula north and south i Do They Give the City Man I .raond U Ormond Beach.with over! that. Iqlltc.t new: loll'he 1 [ bound Sunday
REAL from three and one James F. Dobbin I Club house
for distance 11
a east ProprietorDAYTONA MAJOR BURNHAM IN CHARGE I :Many! flne homesre I am now tm ;,! f Mr and Mr.
ESTATE half to four miles, and extend Advantage Over His stopping '
BEACH I maintained on Just nrroM! the ; ( hate. apartmenof
and west from the surging seas I Kt I
side of the .
MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything Usually Country Brother ? the Know-ltti
of them COL.BOGII.
Carried In a First I : -or,most I
l River, the: beautiful tide water Class Drag Store Yankee Who Is Veteran of Boar War irrounded gnb- day from a sr:
FOR stream that sets them apart from ; -.............. by Dr. James .v
have close Our Prescription Thinks Giant Eland. Tiny Dikdik. roplcal flora and
with they
SEABREEZEmum Daytona Department U Complete .hrub ry.besides CALL spending the
of three Klipspnnger and Other Varieties ON
communion by means In every By Dr. LUTHER HALSEY CUL1CK. Formerly Physical Director of New York and
half-hour ferry RespectPhone1W Will Serve I -hrlfty orange OR WRITE TOnonivi ; Tuesday on th
bridges,as well as a to Replenish Wasting City Schools.
{ opm( DOUSE i nth -r citrus trait
service. I Supply For Sportsman. trees. : Beach.
P>teae 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are Ormond has many MACON Mrs S. E, (

essentially summer and winter resorts A novel 1 game *>\|*"ditiou/ hu-t left ttrsctloDsexcel eis. returned
hundreds of inventions than they are worth and labor
and are 'making modern cost more
New York for Kn: Afri'-u.. the members : nt autotaoblltng, pleasant visit '
SONNTAG new who desire friends to every escape year the among discomforting those- BRANCHNICHOLSON. of which Intend to rupture/ wild OO saving devices add to the troubles of thc average hard work ;fwd fishing safe The Februarby

extremes of beat and cold, and &: anlmiiU alive unit tnuiK>rt them to citizen ? anting, and many ORMOND the Sea

INVESTMENT their hotels and boarding housesare this \"Oulltr.r to turn them. I h"r.4t'lu| the ing pltaaantd rlres.At IF IN ANY WAY school realized
now receiving splendid patronage arid |pldllol: of Ih. oniihwfsi 1 and in The object of life is to increase the sum total of one'sspiritual Ormond Beach INTERESTED
1* located the large The money
from_ the most discriminatingclass the range fit the IC.* kin. wh..nIt la: in the thick of the IN PROPERTY IN
COMPANY experiences. To do this one must be lotel Ormond, and ORMOND the school sear
i of tourists. hoped they WIll hr.'CJ :iiine, for I the OR
The ocean itself with its marvelous All Orders Given sportsmen: oi tuturt "II..rallulI" fight. In no other way can one get the depth and breadth one needs H Iretton! lesser Inn.sister The the ORMOND BEACH The Southla
Desirable beach hard as macadam and Prompt Attention ] Hellloive Your excursionistsMondaj (
Locations in smooth as a floor is the greatest at- Major rrfderii KtiooHl Itiiriiuuiii IH for growth. Time saving devices aro NOT INTENDED: TO GIVE >rn..r occupies a Bust ness Prompt ',
Careful Drivers' the leader u: the e5Jarlilt..ti| He formerly I os It Ion overlook-
traction although earth, air and sky FamlMar" with Roads AND MORE LEISURE. They are AttentionORMOND
any part ofSeabreeze seem to have entered into a combi- held a i tiiiiuisxii as major lu THE 13 the Halifax,and Mr and M:

p nation to enhance its every charm. the HritMi/ army un.l uiu chief of intended to give him :MORE TIME; TO DO MORE WORK. They !he hitter. has as Its horn of Head!:
The beach is the famous automobilerace E. A. BRANCHReal scouts undei l.ird Cubans in the! Boer .utlook the magnl daughter and
andhas increase the volume of his work and enable him to get through with it leant beach and therond
course where every world'sstraightaway Estate A jet war. lie w.is born in America J A CARNELL home last wee
r Offices Indiana: EvansTllle, and record has been made, Beach Cottages never nlimiiiixhed/ hi* merit .,n quicker than till old fashioned man did with a fifth of hh business. '>Besides Atlantic.the broad, e Miss Mariar
i Bcabrecze.FloridaII and all these records it continues to a SpeciallyDAYTONA citizenship/ Other iiieinl.r- of I he party
and POORER have LESS COMFORT imooth beach there ManufactarerofPare her grandfatbE-
1 hold without rivalry.The are HirrU: / Hammond Biro ol John In country men women are ,

beach has a width of 300 to .] liars Hammond and lolm I'.lick. a and GROW OLD QUICKER than city folk do. They don't >'ire irriages many and drives automobiles for Home-Made spending the v
500 feet and can be used from two depart.
BURDICK SfLDfN'S j brother'u In-laof M.IJOI Illrnhatu. around Or- GUAVA JEUIMARMALADES Issena
$ hours before I CHILLY HOUSES and IX-
I hours after until two keep up with the procession. They have mond-drivestoand land N_ J.
CONTRACTOR high tide, thus! : i7in< an average of BEACH Bright Future For Sportsmen.If AND
DIGESTIBLE FOOD HEAVY BEDCLOTHES and XO HOT through groves of friends beforegrandfather
and BUILDER seven or eight hours for automobil- their puriMixi' > h.t reillzed: future TROPICAL
r Cottages a Specialty ing some part of each; day. Dry Men's Goods Correct, Shoes, American s.M| >riMiien will be able to WATER, FEW AMUSEMENTS and NOT ENOUGH WORK. drives golden through oranges trop-; PRESERVES w:
Estimates furnished Special Attention
Beach each to
and brew
Seabreeze Daytona : the winter
eland the
All Work: Guar WearAeioss chase tlu..lu..I't" aeniss: Mal forests to Hpanl Funny Orders
have a permanent population of approximately the arid _"' ...7 Hatch has a h,
ai.teed.SeabreezeFlorlia. from Rockies, stalk the gouixtmk on I.b ruins; drives to A AM 4TPan ">
: : 1500. enforced Sanitary streets ordi- The S.'aside Inn plains of Ari/.oua or take |pot shots: citizenship, and I intend to devote the at borne in the Rocky mountains. I thi ancient Causeway vition-Bufao-American Ex! gret her depart

and nances sidewalks are strictly are well kept, and at the tiny dikdik on the Texas: prairies remainder of my life If need be. to an I Then for the swamps of Louisiana and built by slaves West India Expos- her return next: |

new streets arc being opened as fast I object which 1 believe will be largely Texas the waterbuck and reedbuck of planters of long Louisiana tlon-'harlestol1 Purchase J. S. BrooeoEOOU
V.C.GRANTPLUMBER as the increasing population de I A A. V ANDf fORD Major Uurnbam asserts that his own beneficial to the 'ouutry-to plant In would be perfectly adapatable :i.o, and drives tothr E xpo U Ion.8t.loOus on his re

mands. Besides hotels and boardinghouses Contractor for Interest !In the expedition Is purely the waste places of the west and south ; "In a sense this is an experimentWhen plantations[ settlers of, Mrs. Bronson
l j herds of and food animals to think of It. not one IxupttoMe
patriotic. west game come
Vatf'rRtp' aOll WORK you
there is ample cottage MASON whore places are replete .several weeks
Gas Fittings of All Kind, I Though I have held a maJor's commission I which shall take the places of the near- ; of our food animals: I U native to this
with tnterst
modatiou for all winter -
s Phone 105-2R both towns. acco.1 Concrete(Curbing in the British army" he says 1 ly extinct bison elk and other native continent. The hone, common cattle >. of Southern MOUNDGROV C ents, I rand'
Hidt'walke.ftc.DAYTOXA hare retained my American I and all brought over fax avenue
always hog were
DAYTONA: REACH 1"1 game. sheep fruitand flowers.Oneof
of Seabreeze
2 All the attractiveness
I J A. obunou
FLOrtIIiAPINEHURST BEACHFITZGERALD "We shall Import chiefly the ante- from Europe. More recently some very I the most In-
applies to Daytona Beach, the two I
lopes, of which Africa has: hundreds of successful experiments hare been made I renting of these Valley sire
The towns blillg0 similarly of situated.Beach I I CASHES! ROACHPEPPER J + varieties, most of which can be adapted In importing foreign animals. plantations ts at the Grapefruit- week by Fr
developmc.it Daytona **
: to one (part or another of AmericaThere "Some years ago; some one turned ht.idwuttrs of the Amesburg Ma:
fStOt HAS N DNorasiaa
has been fCONW.50N5 ,
fully as phenominal as r + I Halifax and known
Peninsula & I M ODOR 'r.n : Is the dlkdlk, for example the loose a herd of camels in the Arizona Best OroWD home about M l
Drive sister on the north, and each year I ,.. .c .,...... us Mouru&rtMre. It
BeachModi OATES I \ ;'. I II smallest of the deer family. It stands desert They throve and Increased until Grove on St.Angni- -ontratt for
Daytona -
there is a substantial growth. The I 1kIIb tlearAei A tvHfc raas Fleas eedl.ysSci l'. Is one of the! finestorange tine Automobile
I *. MMWMn. trrft cab...I lie .,=-!" foot high and weighs from Yankee all the
Convenlentes. ewaf less than a : some smart caught ,
rn tl!
I .. : gror son the Bond 10 MilesNorth at tout or
A great sand dunes have been leveled from 511I<'" carp haw *tf iwrtieaO: oil
RatesReasonable.. and I LAWYERS I k Poolln M hnnA tit.VryuMn Hrrfi tutUs six to ten pounds.: The flesh U: delicious females and sold them to a circus. I Fart: Coast! of Fieri- of to be f'Il1.llt'tl:
handsome homes have ,
1& away torn Cent* >tc tpto Hut ChoiCTJL I HOTEL ORMONt
t 1 Mrs. W. ". Freeman built for ,\ 2:>Can; a sot Vow.dnfer**order tot "II and the bide tans Into leatheras remember helping; to capture one of da: and 1*: amid very
both winter and all-year. hs; faintly (or i
you from %hofcMle Drucpw. vie
Proprietor round I Daytona FU.I I a.any. r ra-.n at Hotctt Pepper or we, or ant passere fine as kid.Many these camels when 1 was a boy. That pretty surroundings: Beed Knox an'*
Mr Low 11
occupancy. .
I w'sx' of KjroHrfi low 15 Cno. or MM .pnunj of I & Is on
1t$1. .. ... OOwr I Suitable For America. was the beginning of my Interest the Beed CompaLj!IBCLow bungaic IM .
eight iMC bo c tAMM Jt.or Enos ol RCU.a Time food' "At the other extreme there Is the I foreign animals Pwtofflce j jJob IJ .,
+ I *** **............*...... " " '.,. ,.:.. ..... pur.oed R.w srs6cay..el.nded /j giant eland largest of antelopes Major Burn haul Is about fifty years Augustine road. to un!

Promptly executed at 'Q;\ ASHE TAMP DISINFECTANT*. FLORID CO iij-1i::: I I weighing; sometimes as much as 1.500 i old. but strong_ and hearty_as a youth. I OctcLnMr Iik.
11111E *
I I Fine Job J b P ...._ASHE'S_._ RATSAULT_._ I pounds. The eland can go far from \\-ek' h
Printing <-r arid Color of Amber. executed ; ay
stock Finely
,t Gazette News Office. 1 r.-____d.t. Y water and would many an ----I
'I In various bas 10Utw i Ja
range in the west It It had a chance. Amber appears J b Printing P at
: The kllpsprlnger another antelope, not may be black, white, brown daughter 1111) 1 1beo
rI..XA. +.Ata.... ........t. ...K.. .. . . ... . .. . .#xdt.INcaX.tt. I unlike the chamois: would be perfectly as well as ,).pltow. I this office. town, \fbn1,

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vw. 'N WNNNirWNRWi'lNNmrWNmr' wwrr Monday ar\ern on <

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following prop

. : Valuable City lots on Ridge i wood Avenue .lor I Dunlap Hibbard..Darby1\Vea\er). on ii I'b.'i)I:<(11 win,V,>>;1'ii:.,

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expects ti.s:

lots the west side of from Ytliiiatiti<
own on Ridge- Will!!I be Willi' 1

tage on t alh'

' T.. i wood Avenue, each 109x400 feet. Ur.pure M.vh'tia .t"cl rhas J:

# the nortfii'I.st

f ;: : These lots are cleared and make one of doctor ley street w Sao' (h vl

spends us( ; ,

the prettiest building sites in Daytona. build Mrs A (UJIIII OpalI'i n.+i i ua U'

For a quick sale we are making a price drix friend w r tj\>

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$1750 for either one or $3200 for both. San Mrs Sou.\. i

home 01' ,. .

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,{- Thomas' fancy workroom In lb.3: The Curious Electric Eel. ............................................,........
Knowlton bock: is attracting mu h 4.o The electric eel, which Is common In ,

attention. The suit consis's: of a \Vr.tRE SA.V FAILS the streams of Brazil is possessed of I J A Piece
skirt In to skin a natural electric battery-a tremendous Splendid off
ON THE HALIFyX short coat, leggings and cap, regard diseases medical;: i
one. Beneath the skin are two
authorities are now agreed this
News and shows on : I
the ingenuity of the pairs of peculiar little bodies :
DoE.'t imprison the disease In
Daytona It ft mllei, designer. It was worn at a fan y your skin Ly the: use ot greasy ulna, I longitudinally along the muscles and I =
la the westthe Drive r; UH.SEABREEZE. ball occasion this season. I and thus encourage them to multiply. I near the tail. One pair Is next to the Property j
I hack and the other
i A near the lower fin.
of all
cure -zematous diseases
Halifax : I
March{ 9. Miss Ida Roccapp. one of the proprietors -: be Those iHnlies arc muie up of a great .
the! location and i can brought about onlb) using tie
.Q permits S StraightOrmond )Irs. T. Edward Cords: who have of Dixie Lodge, on Tuesday Lcaling agents in the form cf a liquid. :' number of little cells two or thm hundred I 1 E 128x220 feet Cor. Ridgewood and i
:ainageandsanitation WASH of them, and plentifully supplied ,
\ 'been spending the winter; wlh i his:; went down -to Rockled e on the t TilE GERMS: OUT. A
I ; TO I I with nerve Examination of of j I
Constitution.Billie j simple wash: A compound of Oil of one
stone (
at the ma::son eft
lion Is su- l '" parents these!' electrical: has shown that Loomis Avenues.
: organs i
\lntergt t"n. Thymol, and other Ingre- I i
ideal for '.. Tuesday morning (,:1 their return to Lee, a co'ored man in the I In
I :action it Is much like a palvanic : -
dients as combined in the D. D. D. very
tome*. A i Long Meadow, )Ils: : 'I employ of A. S. Randal, was suddenly -j Prescription, penetrates to the diseasegerms battery, with the anterior extremely ,I :

ldg con and trva thAt t..w drives ., .. Geo. L. Farrell ,left on the sou h1' stricken and fell to the ground and destroys it, then soothes I 114'1:1t!' I no.: the posterior: negative ; : .
mood with over
flew gait ,bound Sunday for :Miami. while unloading marl on Ocean bcu'e! "i I I and I and the current only discharged jr
|3ach.ln : ... (tub boas! $ at the heals the skin as nothing else i I
home I am now n ?.m 0.. Mr. and Mrs. Hoag ar.d son, who yard Mondy aafternoon. Ala sal!: : has ever done.A i at the point of contact with an object.This I

tamed on Just nt BKKTTON across!: stoPPing the war )have apartments in the su-o d story Sims his saw the man fall and h' stete11| 2:,-cent trial bottle will start the i t has: been proved to be so i ower- ................................. ........ .........
Ido of the INr,. to assistance. He ful when complete! that chemical (
of the Knowlton Hock, returned Monday was badly lacerated i cure and give ycu instant relief. i
1st of them COL.BOQ IE. short visit in Palatka. over the eye and the che.>k W. M. Hankins pounds! are: decomposed by it and -- ---
[ed by inbi from a by contact on needles magnetized.IF 'Olll'j .......................... j/.....I.........../.......
flora and > Dr. James ,who with his family is with the wagon wheel. The Atwood Pharmacy I i
i r.besldesrang :.: spending the season end here, left He was carried to Midway in a conveyance : r
| and GALL OR WRITE ON TOMACON t. 'Tuesday on the Constitution for Palm I and had partial'y recovered i : The HANDPROPERTY : :iPorSa1e

(rut fruit t Beach. :consciousness by the time he reached: j : I

Mrs S. E. GIJm6re: and son, Ro;- I home. A doctor was summoned and j> it's a New Book : I I. .
tbajmany-excel- returned :Monday\ night from a ,'liis condition wcs: cons'dercd. ra.her' It I.. -- ---- .
s i ers I it's Souvenir
a Novelty t
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imobtllng.lag TUORNTONORMOND 1 pleasant visit with friends at Seville serious. j : :
The best modern Hotel in
[ safe I The February entefta'jiment: givenby Wesley Herrick went to Gainesville -|I it's something in Stationery;: and Engravfng: .. .. : : t
|and many l (: the Seabreeze-Daytona Beach Tuesday morning as de'ega'e' to1 I i i : Daytona; ( rooms completely :

riles.nd Beach. IF IN ANY WAY ) it school realized the neat sum of $30. the K. of P. grand lodge. Ha.ding : Extending from : : furnished. Will sell. at a bargain :

the large IN INTERESTED PROPERTY j The money will be used to Imp.ore I Ii RusseJl. l is in charge of th? Southland CALL ON OR WRITE : River to Ocean : : S or will 1 1r lease for five ..
ond, and ORMOND OR i i It the school surroundings.The i while! Mr. Herrick is gone. 1. :years.
Ulster, the took Miss Akin and her mother of U t
ORMOND BEAOH f' Southland a party of 7o:; Xew
Jan. Theiccuples He Will Give Your excursionists on the Tomoka trip on Jersey armed from Jack <.n\'i.e) last)! The H. & W. B. DREW CO. FOR SALE OR RENT .: I : -- :

i oYerlookIItax. a* Business Prompt A Monday. 'week and have housek'eping rooms : r : M. L. Waggoner : i
,and AttentionJAS. :-* :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scherme-- with )Ir. and Airs. Mal'ery on Pine I I r '
I has as its ;4horn of Reading, Mich., joined their street. Miss Akin was here tome 12..: 45-49 W. Bay St. JacksonvilleAND j i I : 'I-. Office People's Slate Bank.Stocks .
|ch ie and magnl-the i daughter and friend at the Burgman years ago and taught a kindegartenlclass j I ...I...I...1.........I.1.. I, .1.............1.k...../u
intlc. J CARKEIL ? home last week. on Seabreeze avenue. ], ,
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laeh there of :: her grandfather, Mr. Burget, has,been in the Knowlton.block: Friday after-I YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND 'rWNI."W""iNrw.WNifflil JJ

J drive for Pore Homc-Made : spending the winter at the Prlnc: sa noon by the Ladies' CircJe! assisted -I SATISFACTORILY.We [ .
and auto- *- for Vineland : by the girls library auxiliary!
Iroand GUAVA JELLYMARMALADES Issena, departed Tuesday -
1 X. J., where she wLl visit was a pronounced success. and proved I '
proves ofgranges AND friends before going home. Her a delightful occasion: for bring'ng :o- andBonds
; grandfather will remain here until nether the residents and tour's s of are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin _
f>ugh trop- Special Attention to the two peninsula towns. It was for
the winter break in the no:th. Miss China and New and
i to Rpan- Family Orders Orangewood!
[drives tout .10...? AWABM A T, Hatch has a host of, friends, who: rt- the benefit of the Seabreeze Coigr -
Cause- Pan-American ExPositionButrso- gret her departure, and win we!'come gational church and the library and Exclusive Novelties.
] by slavesof West India Kxpo'!l.tlon her return next seat on netted a very encouraging sum f-r

long Louisiana-Charleston Purchase J. S. Bronson left Thursday after- the two beneficiaries. _

Lions drives of to Rxposition.Ht.I*>ui T; noon on his return to St. Louis, Mo.

p*are r- .several weeks longer with her par- We offer subject to prior sale and _
\thelnieruthern- MOUNDGROVfORANGES 1 ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bianchi on Halifax :

J>flowers avenue. Aeroplane vs. Automobile advance the following Stocks _
e mosUD- J. A. Coburn's residence: proper< .y I I

I of these andGrapefruit on Valley street was purchased last!I and Bonds, complete descriptionof
h at the week by Frederick E. Lowell:: of

I s of knownkrore. the Amesburg Mass. Mr. Coburn will: be" On Famous Davtoiia Beach I which will be furnished on apf f:
Best Grown
home about May 1, and will let the! _
ftto finest Grove on Automobile fit.Augustine contract for a winter home on h's I j I' plication. r.

on the Road 10 MilesNorth let south of the property just sold,
of Florl- of finished before he leaves with I
HOTEL ORMOND 'a to be j
very "' his family for the ncrth about Jury 1. 1 I} 11srd

ladings Beed, Knox an- :Mr. Lowell purchased the Cobu.nj: I Ir
Is on
naR&1nttoad. Beed Compai.1 bungalow for a winter home, and ex-j I I Lr
BULOW Pottofflc I'tinting I '''v return with his family n. xt j I r

.POctcter.. j jMgrs.

Frank ME;err, after a six; I !I t

. Finely executed weeks' stay here at the Glt-nwJod, !] I
at has gone to Jackson\"i-le: to \st: : h' r i i 527,000 ;
g her her hom :"y >><: ><
daughter! on way to itown | .
this office. Atlanta Ga. I| t 1 ' Daytona, Florida, High School

Mrs. Lobstein and Mists:) Shalnr, 5s, dated April 1, 1909, due '
who\ have been visiting Ms.; C. \V.j j ..
1 1929. Price $103.05and
April I<
w Hammott on Valley: streeT, 1 ft on ]
i interest 4 3-4
rilftl Monday afterncon oa; ther: return to n. yielding per
cent. Interest April 1. 3
Chicago. ; j ?
A. Vandevorde hat accep'od: a contract I ;e 1 .

to lay cement sidewalks for the I v I $900 I
following property owne.s: E. C. i
Hibbard, G. W. Etukner, T.V.. '' r Florida East Coast Automobile R

Weaver John She man, (L \\'. i Association, first mortgage '

Darby Mr. Painter, lit F. Slew: art, bonds, 6s. Price $100 and .
D. H. Phillips, E. 'A. Hranch. .Frs. ::;: .
sues interest, yielding 6 per cent. I
Dunlap, O. Xieho'son and \\". F. Taylor a
H Z' i Dated 1 1904 due
on Bath street and Grand iew 'dt < July on or KalS I

avenue; and on O.'eun" avenut'.lark- before July 1 1. 1924. Interest '
son, Butler, Hannah, Hubbe'l: lid 0.1 i, a July I 1. I i: t -. I

Andrews and: Mr*.. E iza Wn-lr. l:: : I''! .

This work will include; : m r -' '"'"''u< I'" y S2.000 :; r "I; ,
lineal feet and loots: good to t hp Su
Florida Publishing Company, p lit
boosters of toe peninsula! towius. :MotOf : t
the sidewalk to b t laid :is near: th- I AVIATOR J. A. 1). Mc-CrilDY IN t r 6s dated January 2, 1893, due w 'I IM Ia ill. J I

South and north town Iii;.s <0,- :SKI-: : January 2, 1913. Price $100 w; ,iIM I '

breeze and Daytona Beat li. and interest yielding 6 per cent. "a ''1
in the Air t
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Co-rxt-l 1 .id; Daring Exhibitions "': Interest July 1 and January 1. -, .. j;
daughter ,M[t+a Ruth and frit'IHir.) : ,1.. ":' ;:b t ,. 11!'
Whaley of Toronto, -Can::da. a"rmd: .::a ''II

43 expected, and are on Grandxi WI( S240 1 H I'

avenue at the Mayf,eld! for tl.e r.- Stock of East Florida Telephone !il i
maunder, of the season. Mr. (Corr\e 1 The ni Aeroplane Event Ever Held in the State of Florida I'I'i
at I''
1 Company IL
expects his: parents, who a rive', .
Exhibitions at
\vill be the I y'
from Ypsilanti, Mich? this week, and :|' S500 I I ''tI I

'WII be with Mrs. Hus: at he. co- ,I t lIt

tage on Valley stre ".. I j I Peninsula Bridge Stock at 75. w, r i i iI 1
Dr. Messenger of, Elmira, X. Y., DAYTONA MARCH 28 29 30 i :I I;;

has purcha-'ed of R. L.. Reed a lot on i ,
i itt
52 500 i
the northeast corner of Earl and Val- ; !lIt 1
17 street. It is understood that the 1 tai;: t ,: : rM
5 cent. semi-annual "
Port Tampa per -: I ; 1
doctor, who, with h's wife T{> : i
spends. his winters here, will g'U-ar-j no!. A total of five flights will be made in three days the flights to include a rare on the bench Water Works bonds 30 years. Par. 11: : :

build until next season. j with the fastest automobile that can be secured and a flight at high altitude over the Halifax t\

z A Cincinnati party. consstinj: of I 1 river and the city of Daytona, and Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. 525,000 :: fl'r' I; I Ir \

:.Irs. Deal and daughter Mrs. lIt>n'l Pensacola Improvement bonds. 30 "
to be given under the auspices of the Hotel Men's Association and the Day- I
These are
drlx with her chi dren, anI 1 flights I II
two years.M 1-2 cent. Par. :-
per : : ;
friend, Miss: Edith Drake, rec: nt tona Board of Trade and special arrangements have been made to accommodate the crowds. m 'i I'S50.000 ': ,':

arrivals, are at the Mayfield! i ) :; rj;
Mrs. the ,
Alice" \Vauson: entertan d
San Souci club this aften.oon: a: h r : NO CHARGE TO SEE THE EVENTSA Ucita Investment Co.. 6 per cent. t.:

:i home on Valley street -- bonds 12 years to run. S96. :,, :;4, J ;<

Dr. and Mrs. Messenger are en.o>- I Splendid Chance to See Daytona The Prettiest Winter Resort. in the World. : \/I II I
lag a visit from their friends, I 1'r' ; I
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and Mrs. Woo hou e. who lu\ -- -- ---- : I

roome Pina street.with Mr. and Mrs. Herrick: 01: ...............................................................................: .:;::-till .. ."\!I,t i.f '

3 1r. and Mrs. C. S. \Vorte! of 1'1rtianti | -I I : The New Excursion Steamer : :=-- ..-....,." ', .f",I i iI ,.!" ,!,

I, Mich., who have spent a num- SOUTHLAND :,. .. 'j ,
ber of winters here; are enjo\i.p', : TO THE PICTURESQUE TOMOKA CABIN r : t lr I \r ,\ I
r -
their stay with Mits Itu-sdl. Tlu\\ :

are pleased to nose: tile growth of t1! e i EX CURS 10 N S i i11 ,

town within the past two ye:ir sews DAILY -------- -- _M1M CONRAD.OATES REALTY TITLE 1'i: ?
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\ of the death of :'oils: Dir' !-nn'n -. -- ,. .. :, '. .ti. : .
.\ Lit "alit 1 t, :tit t. : L'rrtr: : ,f I I'?, ."I.l Hu-t:! :", n :" r. Hoardparatt':: ; I i ii' fur La b: : ) t 11- I It) \ a". a rl
of Dr. Brannin' at her l'a'atka .. l'ri.-. .' f 5100 the Round Trip. .

t"t"ife. here tome was Dr. and rf'einil1 Mrs.*Ijrannin; muih: and n'f.un--n) .:. \11- Mod- ntc- out r uur; ." \t t1) Pllpu'lr DAILY TIME SCHEDULE .: :!II AND INSURANCE CO. I C. [ 1: :

L",0) /
fly Leaver? Peninsula Bride. :' air'' a III. :
made for .iO:1. ,
their home |In S'Hibree/e : Leaves Prince Genres!: Do<>k. havtona, :*: t m. Leave? Ormond Bridge'. OrmolI, 'J ; .j.1 III : ,
Feral :- :;i.i; a. m .
years, and hate mant"r"t'IHls T.eives Ce-.tral Urid t', H3).tejc a .. .' ,
In the community. : _-__ ___ _ __ ?Return_ _to__Prince_ As an exceedingly and! arts' --- --- ----- ,.mo 1'111110'; 177K' I SEABREEZE, FLA. I ;r 4
jno\el .

tic netto Piece bark of work on dispay a !suit at made Alre.of L.pal-A. .CHAS........F....BURGMAN.........,..Owner.............i....M.i-...ice..riiolie.....1.I'.i.u-k.............................:.1.: '>JlvJIJ"1, >I(lvJ !!1111f1111. 1J11f111 r !> ..Ivllll.IJ1111i111I111rIYYIYIYY \ /' \ 1'1 t

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GENE JOHNSON New ShIpment Fishinj Tackle just received. WY.4T PHONE! trxn CR 142"lTRAI.=" -2. "RInGE. + + + +

......................I..a..1 ........................B* ................r......./5 p. 9 OeN09O 00 06Qf flrfetD 00 t0 *

:. ,,,.' :I i ii i BARNES !. y 4* Fair mod)
'e 4 ,: I. i Cranberries r +

...... .ICI$5 I /Hchool Hupplles, I'
"' Mt'lls tatlon"ry and ,
Jt4 ;f.: Nt y/,; 1 1lflff Phonographs. !M..wing Machlnt-s, it
:'r ; /: 4 i TyijewrlttrOrofkjrv.. Olnsswurc. ait
7?/ Cranberries
: !1. ':vf .' -:: <./ ; .. andNotion.: Our line is complete-any thing you want from :t. '

;; : rI/.':\ 'Vrl -=::= '! ., ... . : Sci
.Af. .. wide to five-cent 3
v flouncing
f;l iW,4\ *"' f'Z BARNES : I
,&*"<*",.:"."** *, II' 4N.! i i : : Will also frame your Pkturtii cambric.

Cranberries your f.'inipt Bud Umhrf", sharin-n .
i i'r44 1i f h-r and wait till iieroplane U here to got your Linen
} Handkerchiefs your (H 'w''a ml ot Tools repiilralmost I Pout Antocoat and -
0 anything tlint la out of whack that i !Hulls, hut g'.t theta now while our stock la: ('omyl..to'. : : pI REMAR
'f N In fart for any 'want cull on '
: 'f"jt", ,, -', The New Fabric C N S .
r I It t -J1. / England to you from2 )C 4 : BARNESTHE : The Chas. E. Gardiner

: j-rrr ', : : snfPp ARD'S 6ROCfRY : : NOVELTY MANS e I ;i Co.I : yI W

i' !S '' West End ofCentral Bridge S: )South Brach Htre-t, Day tonn, Kla. : .

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F jU3enien1Syk Crystal TheatreI I| [ DEVOTEDJTO I Ii :.. ___Headquarters n ___ __ for _- ,.-

|i Bicycles I II :: All etables Kinds of and Fresh Fruit Veg. r rs .

I compc.J :. Poultry and Eggs* a r. j EXTRA SICAI

) With a complete shop and : Specialty. i

NEW tent help we can do the most .
.rIv Phone Orders
Promptly j
satisfactory work. i : Filled.


115 1 DAYTONATHEATRE High-Class I I ON I I !. J. W. Ball h & Son E ENo UNITED FLOATS

I Opposite the Yacht Club.I : 237 North Beach St. Tko.e55 ;.
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t Motion PicturesOpen CAN BOlMEXICO
A-7 2

i reported tc
I Fable of the Weary Farmer and the Estate and press' willsession
Golden Plow.
MONDAY MARCH 13 I There was once a Benevolent fairy Fire Insurance law will <

who was accustomed: to doing G1I the repub'are

I Deals In whimsical Ways. One day 122 South Beach Street secreti I

': she was flying across- the country to secure offi.
I FOURTH LYCEUM NUMBER I attend a meeting of the A. O. B. F. //
j: when she noticed a Farmer laboring In / n
Daily at 2:30: : the Fields. Ills horse was Attenuated ;,

,: and Deceplt. null his plow WitS Heavy srCHILDREN'S 7f SIN: AN]

I: and Old Fashioned. Often he would By night

F La Dell Fox I i! pause and wipe the sweat from his / :.. .,. .... ..:..1rfr float over
NEWT SIIO'\' EVERY HOUR i I brow. Plainly: he was having a hard ' <;':' '" ,,;.."';:/ -- ernmenrGeneral

I, Time.
The Benevolent watched- him < '
Fairy ; ;.. ; !? command
; <
a moment and observed his Haggard The excl
There are two ticker to the 1 Look and his general air of Misery.; thousandscheered
Crystal theater for tomorrow night i Suddenly an Idea came to her-to tj
at the Daily News office for Mrs. | make this man Rich, so that he would Cannot: be too carefully safeguarded. |
t I Henry Pollitz. I PROFITABLE IN THIS SECTION. ; no longer have to delve and struggle for they (have but one pair to bit. ervatlon, i

' -- to eke out a Bare Living. So she a lifetime. If there are indication
I I Fort Oghmorning. |
Reserved Seats at Hankins'. :Mrs. I. T. :Moore has sufficiently: i swooped down and touched the plow of anything wrong with your c nd', .

improved to leave the hcs;>r'Ill'} and j JACOB SLOUGH HAS FINE LOT 01di j with her wand-she was, of course, In- eyes bring 'him or her and I Wig fit
is now spending a week with Mr. | risible-and Instantly it was changed them with Glasses to correct tin The trot
I TREES Gold. Then with amused of what I.s.
trouble. If medical treatment te
and :Mrs. Royal! Houghtcn a i necessary
i I but kindly backward glance the BeneI ; \"- when (it I
daughter. Miss MarsueriMa. on Sou h MOCK LAND WEST OF CITY I will tell you so.
olent Fairy went on her way. ions for 2''
Palmetto I
avenue.At i i A year later, remembering the oc- have been
The Golden j <'urr n'e. she flew over to see how thei taken to n
Opportunity a meeting of the literary: department
Farmer his Good For-
Jacob Slough ,who has In en interested -i i was enjoying Optometrist illzation h<
of the Palmetto Club he'dthis t' tune. She found him In the Fields.
is never offered but on"e. Seize, then the opportunity to stimulate the it decided i in the cultivation of the p can; AS the ulti
morning was givean
plowing laboriously, and If anythinghe Look for the Sign of the EYE. The tree
saving habit. Saving is entirely a habit. It is a habit that grows. It is one entertainment at the cub: house I for a number of years has fu'ly demonstrated :- and his surroundings looked Meaner thin

that enriches with growth. The saving habit is encouraged here. We encourage Ion I Orange avenue, Thursday: the that the augur: and exc p-' and More Miserable! than they had and news great]

It by allowing 23rd of this month for the benefit tionally fine ones at that, can Le 1 before. :Much surprised, the Fairy the camps

4 Per Cent. on Savings Accounts. I of the public! library.! successfully! grown in ths )locality.This flew closer just In time to hear him

season Mr. Slough: marke'el I I murmur: GREEN GOODS Secret Jap

Bargain, QUICK sale: 2',2! acres, 6 about 18 bushels of the nut.h ch "I wish.'this ding-busted plow warn'ti N'EW 01 f

PEOPLE'S STATE BANK I room cottage in city. Enquire Ed-: brought him over $IOOt He has a i: so The heavy Benevolent!; Fairy eyed him Plty- I pawn (ronsCt'rf
mondson & Donnelly or Chas. Ken number of varieties from the =_ = __- _-
sate -- >
; Ingly I ; t hen age once more touched the! t trt'
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. ney, Seabreeze. 6S-tf of Louisiana Misxissijpi; ] Te-vs.I I' offensiveIsta j
plow with her wand and It again became :
1'r.td| '-nt, !N. I I" I.)1'a.it|.'r. :>S. K.fAUTKK: : Alabama and Wttt I'lori':a; but: ': n thing of wood and Iron. Then j I II I We are carrying a complete oetwe.I .
Thursday afternoon from C nc'unati.I ,I! the first, named state oe:; of the ';' od his Toil. cloubiedlythonu

t I Ohio to spend a week or more in largest and best nuts in h's <,o'J('(..i i j i After all, are there not some folk : of
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- the city. Mr. and Mrs. Joelin: have I tion. although not quite so th'n I I who would die of thirst adrift on a I is ''n the

S VZJGT" ee > I numerous friends among; Cinciartatianis shelled as 'some of the o'heis. The river! ?-Clifton B. Dowd In Golden Wax Beans inIHXUO..
'I ... tre
who are well known in Day-j I I Nelson is fully two inches in leng.h. i J.JPPil1'j itnl tit

i tona, among them beiing l ; (:I- urge Ab I Mr. Slough says he has not given To Harness Jordan's Fells.I Green Beans about a yt

AND bott. I I his pecan trees as much attention1 I The falJi I of the river Jordan below I OUI.'Iun
the lake of Galilee! are to be harnessedto
I tas they should have recl' H'tl, own; CucumbersCauliflower attacked I
to supply electricity to the larger towns
I Choice, fanc.orangrs for S.lle'n to the necessity applying! his e e-- of Palestine wiIJouie

/1 by box at Big Tree- rf''e.fritl.:: -;;I| glee> to something that world make a h... ,,,-,nyWomen

i' QUicker return_ jiltlmnfii.... t/ ",,. ..'
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i :'1. L. Rcnedurn left thin morn'ng *l on"t fail to see the new line of;, I). I D. Rogers and a party, cIikla: I his trees haw! borne a few nu's in i I BAITS Tomatoes a;
for I>is Angeles, Cal. expecting. : to I the fourth I spring suits at the Bee Hive b'fore included Jim Ganey and John Uen- year from the bud or The .
be gone between two anl;1 t tree graft the YOUR HOOK A1
S3: -tf nett went down by train Tlursdiy: hickory being used a !
weeks but will rejoin; : his family in I afternoon a stock for grafting upon. / WHILE PeppersThey k.J0.!. ''a
to the head of: the IndUn
p this city before r turning to Pit *>. David Karrick it) again at hone, river In one case he secured 10 (rlo1I1J,
c to make a sun t')' of a county pounds THEY BITE Fishing
bug, PatHe I having returned from down the' road. )Ir. Rogers expected) to return i of nuts from a five year old tree th\ | are Always Fresh. 114.il'

,'. D. 11, coast the forepart of the week and:,: this evening. I graft being taken from a tree re-j I :
r f Ilutter and family areexpected I joined :Mrs. Karrick at their homeO.A ceived from Louisiana "by 1 E:;. N. NVal, j ( Th Tackler I I !More T -o
i } to arrive sometime toJay or North iteaeh street. Deach I dron the tlii t- <
tomorrow I I cottage for sale tour Automobile graft out t.ripn.g; the luau
and the members of the I .
I Club house. eat stot-k. The I / u
:First i W. M. Shaff- best treein JI ISluugh's i
31. K.:; church are: tnvittd to -
The I
second Vou're DAYTONACOLD tot
spring millinery ner. S2-.1t :
op grove produced th
meet them i I II : s; su Inll
1 evening of their arrival.parsonage the ening of th- M. Ella DeVoy Co..Illbe I I about a barrel of nut>. \\ h'dl 100" ing for !.
I I held Friday and aturda '. M-S.:; I| )Jrs.lice Was-on. Valley and sold for $ 'O. STORAGE CO. l.r. .

It1 1!I It ij Wintou touring: car for --'- ------ Earl streets. Seabreez", entertain, d Mr. Slough has: about 1": t tr: > .-. just ""
saeTP. i ;
Asa Paine. at bridge whist: Wrrue .".o. of which ! |R. D. JOHNSON Mgr. T 1L:
c- I.V.. Fulgham. 83-3t; was called: nor'h Ly Thursday evening in J are now pn d'.t rCCt ivedr
I 'I (bueice.ss. i interc,t.6 and left the forepart : honor of Dr. and) Mrs. Woodhouse of inK nuts. ." I:..
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1 J ll: II. I of the week for Minneapolis, I II I Elmira, X. Y. During the evening f Though the returns are ii" f> r 'I 1 I.
Kroger who bas been --
; : visItteg ,
I Minn. Mr. Paine I I elegant refreshment quickly; I realized 'tr Ii '
IILIJ expects to rejo"bI were -ervcd by as in som <. h- .
i Il l ; at Palm Leach and at th's ,j his family in this city for a time the- hostess. I I cases, yet this would seem to 1 Il' G OESEJOHiMYS' S H,
I Ii pia t. left Thursday: afternoon[ (I. ;isafe
I onI I before the close of the 'eUOh. I and reliable industry for tl- : Don't You
4 his1 return to Cincinnati' Ohio. Mr. | i I : l' Preside
FOR section and .
S.\I.I-lh'sr.tble: : one that
Kroger is a personal friend of T. A-1 I : cottage OIl I should \p:rovry \ > West End Central \r
: Snider! 'Choice fancy oranges for sale river front in Tridental block, \ profitable.
and a prominent business: j: : South j :f Brld c. iJ,.
man of Cincinnati, being engaged: in !! by box, 12, at Rig Tree grove. Beach street tith: garage. Six bed!! : ,
The f.
the banking business a member off I 73-frlJu-H roomrall> modern improvements';;: the Crystal special theater prize offer d a' t//11'. Dare Go n'I.:

the< 11. II. l Kroger Grwery company i' comfortably furnished. Lot 51xlS.:. Thursday ev"riim ----- -

: and variocs other bus'ne.s enterprise. Walter Roger, and ifs party v W. M. Shaffner. S1-S3-S.:; j'to entering be given the to theater the ,hundredth fell lady. .....................
t > .Mis.Marie ,
Thursday morning : j
aboard the
I Arra Wana from Pabo! making a Robert Jamtt> of Palatka has i purchased bofiuet Urecker.of roses Th'e of was a beautiful: .; Beautiful .i inBATHING

: FOIl SALB Cheap. :Maxwell tour- quick trip as they 1 ft Pablo Wednesday of E. II. Hotchkiss the cruis The 6P'ernl'arit'ti.o.. :

I Ing; car, nearly new in first class con- morning, topped three hoursat tug yacht W. W., and Capt. John uted as usual follows souvenirs: were dis'r.b- Ii i Home Sites

i a dition. Must be so'd at once owner St. Augustine and also for a timeat Pellett left with the boat this morning I : The first a soid:

going north. I*. O. Box ::,;:t S-l"'t the head of the Halifax river. I to deliver her to11": James at New brass candle stick, to E. Faster, of I In.lu,"tns ,i. ,ru., It'.uch, "". r I [

PaL1.tk.Aboard the \\'. W. for. th..* i York City; the third, a baLd I: gad Interior, lots, for <1/110. If yo
-- painted I rh.nj half
cup and saucer lull.- I.-IwN"uth" !
Henry J. Shoemaker arrived Wednesday I trip were Mr and Mrs. CharUs Kitp- ( L. H. Howe & Co donated I l.y I I liridion. tin- .IN nitiMila! l>rlAilrtr \.-.
r' from Elmira X. Y. perbush of Palatka who were I to Geo. IPly- : .'"s I I'. ">. Hot . I Toiand
a and r returning mer of ... th .r :Mi-
WhenThirsty Brooklyn, X. lthe I :M. I'ubbUi, Without a
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I joined his wife who has been sr't'nd'fng home from aisit in tbs 'a cut fourth: I I ... ,. > on th-) 11/ in-'
city, Joseph Osl glas vase, to Daniel Tier of I i
the winter season with her >orn< Mrs. Henry
i Mr. pa- I Pitpgras and M:*'.u Emma I :lit. Vernon, X. Y. The second num : IT WILL PAY YOU TO apt
rente and
Mrs. E.l Van Or;=dall. Parkins.! her line of
at their winter home on C<'dar stree. ,: Mr. Kupperbu; will: lease the boat i I ent. was not called! for by the r.-(. i II' .. VESTIGATE. IN-I Life GuardOnly
we I ha
i Mr. Shoemaker expects to remain I at St. Augustine and Mrs. Piepsr;<:wat ; ..........................
i only a week or ten days and Mrs.Shoemaker Jacksonville. )Jr. O.toruels.. i: you w 1 1'NAti'
Piepgras': .................._._ .
:and Miss .. .
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will probably! accompany Stop at to return expect{ : yi ........ ................ 50 Cents
hint north. to -t'lIa by tntia :Sun,

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t a r "FOP; SALE-Mitchell: touring car : YOUNG'SSodaFountain --- I Cement Walks \V hen

li 49 jh. p., :5; passeagern: in flat dab rt\nnlll f* f* ft ]ft buys street a residence furnished Beach THE fOSTER CO.
co ltion. Apply; Sanford Herald. j UUvUU ; rooms
I '" and bath; modern im. : A.
SS-at provements: lot 50 by about 290 feet. Ad. Vandevord Daytona Beach | ...
ress A. B., care Daily News. ., ._ .' ,! r"!II f
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