Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00238
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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: March 11, 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: VID00238
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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tENtl;? ....... ; Fair tcnigM+I k and Sunday. Light THE DAYTONA AlLY NEWS **F Today . . . . . . 10:49 .

, i + t + Tomorrow . . . . 11145: .
to moderate variable f winds.i
: : + Monday . . . . . . 12.30 .
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I Published Every +* * + * * * + + + .0 s
Except Sunday During December. January, February and March at the Prettiest inter Resort in Florida

[g five-cent you want i f Season--No. 86 DAYTONA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1911 15 Cents per Week II1I t.

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i1*jour com'h..tll.rdiner Linen. J. RED HOT SALE W. H. WRIGHT :: :: DQ. BOfl.lhti0y'S HOSPITAL led S1h114RI 6N RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies Stationery and Havana Smokers ,

Painting First Avenue Day torn. Fla. PRICES Books Order for 2; .'ntion \ et rave Ken
to Reduce Stock Twnt\'-+.lx Inn *, airy ,n-'wlv >c .
rooms ;
J W Ball If he will i "lInt tht NewsoffUe
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I. itWALLACES Paper HangingDecorating furnt-ihfd and tlttrd throughout with I'lM' >omon! to:Treatou RUIt. I GEO. H. CLARK eforr Monti:i\ night. I ,
bo..pltulcon\.nl"n Thorough-; Lft I s Bfour: JewelersL. t
Ir..IUIPJlt"dopt'I'uUnlrOOllIonst"l-ond Waterman Fountain Pens, NewsPapers Vet Cave, Manufacturer
219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Phone floor tit!fortt"cms/tdllrt"IJ"C. C. BOHANNON. M. D. H. ROWE & CO. and Periodicals Daytona Florida.
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jl 1 Kinds of rr t I.r THE) ORDERED TOMORROW. A RevelationSmokeless i I IS RAISED I ARE ISSUED !I i 1

Sultry etables and and : i 1 IRA SESSION[ --OF CONGRESS[ health chahge.remains The dispatch good and was shows signedP. no Range. We will show BY PUPILS. OffiCERS. :

S ciao ; Diaz. 1 1t
t CALLED[ Iii 1 THE REPUBLIC. you this. t 1t

bne Orders : -- Taft WASHIXGTOIarch and Knox Break 11-It is : iU IN'T RAVE V[ HAIR CLIPPED[ f fi ; INVITED[ TO CO TO TEXAS;

W. Ball reported today that President Taft. STUDENTS CLOSE[ UNIVERSITY. SEVERAL[ GO FROM l FLORIDA.
1 { OVER 15,000 _REGULAR and Secretary of State Knox are divided i t !
"If You Dos't Trade With Us We Both Lose Money
L,237 North Beach t tI over the question of mobilize I
NOW ON THE MEXI Ing troops and ships' to intimidatethe I I
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M. CITY, March 11.-It 131 to be much peeved over the actionof EXPRESSONJTRIKE. : M'CORKLE'I ;

t It today that the Mexican con I the president. It it; said: the state I REFUSE TO OBEY AN PASSES THROUGH DAYTONA :

department ,has been Ignored in the
Real will be called) in extraordinary ORDER. FRIDAY AFTERNOON. '
tomorrow and that martial matter and that Knox and Wilson

ire will be proclaimed throughout have gone to Florida for a vacation DRIVERS I WINS PRIZE BATON ROUGE, La., March 11 So far at known at this tune no

: republic. Government: officials and to avoid any responsibility, shifting :I Rather than have their hair clippedas orders will be issued for officers or

122 So th secretive and it is impossible to the whole situation onto the i iI I a punishment for having shaved men of the Florida national guard togo

rc official confirmation of the re shoulders of the president who assumes .I I the heads of several freshmen, COO to Texas to participate in the-

; direct commard FOR WEEK. students at the state university regular army mobilization and maneuvers -

j I went on a strike today and the Institutions but invitations were extended -

\ ANTONIO Tex.. March 11.- To Send More Troops- I has> been col: -d.AUJO to the officers of the state militia,

night the United States flag will WASlIINGTOJarch: 11-The'e and a selection of the ones to participate -

over 15,000 regulars on the gov' I are persistent rumors again today GO OUT FOR THIRD HE{ SUIT LEADS IN I CONTEST[ ;f I lOBILf IN I COLLISION was made from among those

reservation here. Major I I that President Diaz is barely alive who volunteered

R t William Carter is now in and is compelled to sign papers PAST THREE[[ MONTHS. MARJORIE ROTZEIN[ NXI.I [ The first detail of these officers
; I I without reading them American 1 I LATE T[ FRIDAY AFTERNOON.( will leave for Texas tonight and others -

Ambassador Creel today emphatical- be detailed to join them
!I excitement here is intense and I may
i )i i, ly denied that a naval station m later.A .
the blue line of eo'dlersi I Mexico has been granted to Japan. special car carrying, the coast

t be too 4 into camp on the great res I I Plans for the mobilization: of 15. COMPANY EXPECTED TO JOIN VOTES DURING PAST WEEK BEACH STREET AND SEC. artillery of the regular army from

jiey (have but : The Eleventh cavalry from I; 000 more troops on the Mexican bore Key West to Texas passed through
n1e. It there j Oglethorpe united here this der were completed toda)'. The gen- JERSEY CITY MEN DURING THE AND WILL RECEIVE THE PRESENT OND AVENUEFORTUNATELY Daytona over the F. E. C. railroad "
\\thing wrong {I[ eral staff has been working hard all DAY. OF 50000. Friday afternoon. The command
ruing. him or I troops today received a hint day preparing to order the s cond consisted of one car and the only

[ with Glasses F is expected along the ,border I army division to Texas and is already NEW YORK. :March\ 11-For the A special offer of :50:; .000 voes was Two automobiles came together: orders known bj the men were that

le. If medical :: it became known that ,proviso considering the aih ibillt}' of third time in three months all drivers given away this week to the young I with a crash at the corner of Beach they are bound for the Mexican border -.

I will tell for 20.000 +men for four months I adding the full force of national for the Adam Express company" lady securing the most votes duringthe :

1 been ordered.. This order Is I guardsmen to the troops on the bor struck tcday. The dispute is overworking week This was captured by :Mtes :I street: and Second avenue, yesterday Brigadier General J. S. Maxwell of '.

Neville to mean that the present mob I der. Major General Wcod is In full hours. Holt :McCorkle who made an enormous afternoon shortly befcre 4 o'clock Jacksonville k in charge of the detail
the it is the Jump this week over last week. but fortunately no injury resulted to
tonwrru"f has the Invasion of Mexico charge. During day expected : I of the Florida officers of th&national
iI i; ultimate object.' I total of the 400 drivers employed by Miss Marjorie Rotzten, who has led !I i the occupants of either of the cars guard

: troops "raieed the roof" when Three Additional Ships- the company in New York will join for several weeks previous;, is second,. and only one of the cars was dam Ash bj the Iau) >' News as to
[I k for the Sign 'I I
news was; parsed along the line', FORTRESS :\MONROE,, :March\ the Jersey City men and serious with only a difference of :38000; ( \'otes.1 aged, receiving a bent axle. the special significance of the invitation -

great enthusiasm prevailed in LI-The transports Sunirer. Kilpat trouble! is threatened: l as a result: It MLM :McCorkle will call at the Ga I IzetteNews One of the can; was coming southon to the Florida offtei: to go

camps for a time. !! rick and :McClellan\ with 24 companies office she will receive'' Beach street and the other turned to Texas Adjutant General Foster at

of artillery and 3,000 Infantry her [041.01)1)"ote' coupon. i 1 from Second avenue into Beach the arsenal in St. Augustine wiredas
Japanes-:Treaty" I sailed today for Galveston The following LS a complete 6tan ;, street going north. Neither car follows:

REfN i' mg of all contestants: up to Thursday, I seems to have been traveling at a "No significance should: be attached .
March 11.-A dls-
from Mexi!
treat, which: provides for an : AUGUSTA, Ga, :March\ 11-President i Holt McCorkle . . . .. .. .. . 981.075':; is a narrow: street and the car frankly stated (from the war depart

and defensive alliance ex Taft arrived here this morning ', :Marjorie Hotzien. .. .. .. .. .. .. !041,215Pauline :! I II ': c'coming from it had been driven to: merit that it is a part of the general -

I for a vacation. Today he has DRAWING TAKES PLACE BEFOREA ('.arrt'on: . . . ,. .. . 935'uURoberta '. the middle of the str-et to avoid a I scheme for the truction and
iWe between Mexico and Japan. I
are ,: been playing: golf but has been kept Hobbs .. . .. .. .. .. . SO.OiC:: C wagon standing: at the curb and evidently training of the mobile trot.is ot the
this statement, which! will un CROWD AT THE NEW
[e of Green be denied, there is the I ronistauUv advit>td and in close LARGE i Plou'nee (Gittens . . .. .. . . t:1.tllu!> ( turned the corner too closely army. which of course includes the ,+

ding : of financier who au touch with development- on the Mex DAYTONA THEATER FRIDAY Mina Pollitz .. . .. .. .. .. .. ... 922.0S5:;' on the left, giving the au'omobile organized militia. This general I

a prominent Scan border. i Margin t Brokaw' . . .. . .. SC'iIO'i !' coming south on Bead h: street no opPortunity scheme, inaugurated during the administration .
the behind the throne
.powers EVENING. I i i Grace Burd:ck . .. . . . .. . 840/00! ;' to escape a coliAiou, and oflr.. Root an secretary I
: this author-
According to
olden Violet .Middleton . . . .. .. . 8:0.000I its front wheel on the left tnuk the of war. i is being prodded %itha.luug
this secret treaty was negotiated: On a ticket presented to him bj
I DAYTONA GAMP 10.1 I I hub of the rear wheel of the other! practical and pio-rct. ive lines.
a year ago. It provides among C. G. Bur oJne. S. B. Green of this: .
Green things that in Mexico Mane I Holt on, (coored a.g. d G3jeara car The car struck wa not damaged It may be said; to have commenced i
case is HOLDS I city won the Hudson touring automobile but the other received a bent with .
the abolishment of andtwo
b)' a !stronger power Japan [ SPECIAL[ MEETING.{{ given away bv the Daytona lodge died !in )Ikaa.Frld3Y msht.! ;I i axle company post and the one('OlICl"O'trati.on i.
come to her asietance with both of Paraljs.s The funeral will l be 7
of Klks last night the winning; nuui' ( < The city ordinance in regard to of the mobile troops at posts t
army and navy.i CONFERRED MEMBERSHIP UPON I'' ber bein.11'.. j I l i held 'tomorrow at the Mount Zon: the rules of the road should be more where whole regiments or over a brigade I"

The drawing; t. ok plate b. fir a Bap2st' ; church ,to Mu.\\i : \ and the interment stnctlj adhered to by the drivers could be accommodated
i large ciowd at tl.- New lton: ; tin' ; : will he made : i Mount :\rraiat particular! as regards: the turning "This has been fol'.ot'lI bv' tumor ,
:\ l"S. N. :\1., :March\ 11.- I +
"i I FRIDAY atei FI'd.tY! : el. lilic.i : u'luetery.GOOD ot. corners which is especially{ dan- maneuvers, and later by the < ta.b'H.'ihmt ti +
:! *' vcrea: and children have been ,
-- - ---- serous in th case of narrow street nt each al;eniatc year of I -*
in the fighting at Casa NIGHT-SEVER"I -
like Second
aveiiu large camps| ol ittetnu"tiou and the 1
The insurreot are btill tI p"" "
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: conduct of ften-iv
the town. At a *'ptt'al meeting of LHv 'oia1: I I UI .. ;I_ ., tm, t mJ 1 REV. A. S. BADGER LEAVESST. utu n : rualWII"erlJill ) u a
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They are Catupo. :27! Woodmen of the I I V' 1 J' I II J JJ which tileorganized militia has
1 I OF THE GLOBETravelers' AUGUSTINE CHURCH.: l bt,MI united to I,.Ilt.-: iMt| ', the mill t

- --- Troops o;i Border- \\" field t Masonic: hail Friday.1.1I j ff I I 11.-1\.1'Ilia ton- !b. :il',. nt'!e >t-d l as its I I
ST.i'STIXI" March
PASO Te=.. Match 11.-Sx; I II ( :,
troops cf cavalry will Le: added night. mei ship was> tonftind I / \ ( :IUlj 'Uldll IPl' Hr.1f..... S_ Bad "r li.utindcml ,I 'ral.jll g hoe j pro.-r: .- f',1 a.id as i_ haIW'UlIlf.
upon J. 1.organ, J. \\'. Living- i ./ J h: : : tin M moral1 l l IKiti: i r e tiii| III"I | d and prtoparPd'or
four of cavalry and five IIJ J. till "A. B. C. = n't-Iwlll;: U "
troops tau and ., R. Small* \ : lt. 1'li
of infantry .companies patrol '. t i-4 ullr.1nm'\HJJUlnUI! Dmmt : .1 ,
r. .
the roil::i has short the t-and idatesfound : : : \\OIk. hXiiiiti ',, ti .. t I"r..i i. : II..I te {tiniNuM of di i a.a in* uv rs hat ;
a:- l'a-lor i
the l total of 1. -
)LD border tolll ty'.A
it rather rough in some pI1"!; ; ,. . L,., I.i ,,i Out.-.e' to p'.t!' ," the army I.t I..
:: tie Ml r. 1: 11-t'i r i I.; I.e u.I.nt.wplaiiug
\vJi i be added: during '
more trool ot. bit .all Ulanfu.ll tackled the dt: i i ; !it t .1 ":nl,! :i":i ..: "> ...1,r lf| !..i lilednt+*.,. ,
D. da>-. The United States soldier l A verc' cultt; in their .a> and nachtd ,. .. i I.. : . :".:..1 'I'|' 'h ,.H.I".t': i : .v: aide
orders to break; up I tli Yt' :'run- I in the waof groceries, staple atoll Ililt 1 il il 1:01.1: / d ::11 ti :- r ':1.: .t i '" . .
the :il in safety and are now . ''d i t. t.c 1, I)' u: .a.v "III, -r i ;; i I.' ,v to givehoi1 I{
I 111..1: 1 in* !I.lInl i liur h UK." ti-:: IM a
stations of the I I.m: :rt".t::s: on busi
- -- k..thal.k the statue: ;'hoi>|.t rs in the big forest otO r llThat's what we are in th: > ice' k, l Ht-v Ml. I Ladwi: : : r'- |111..It'L.! < I ill t tin !in..' !,- i.1 l :nil I ;iza-! it

. and'tfl'l".ll soil an dserer i :| '. \\" <;Jv.UtAnother. Ile5S- for Do' you want the best t meetith ready acceptanceby linn to II'- "OI'IIIt'I'! i iii iii.. ::11 \\':in- !1..11!i ::11.t! i man i.: < MI' III.> .u il !I"' :-.i i\*, o|>-

; ,J appli<-at;on was receivedand quality for the lowest price Then i Banks. Hotels, Railroads, I.....ila:I. \\.- pirtunay; to:" ot. i i. .-:'" <..lIl1l1aldiDg: I tl I ,
on't balloted! on at this meeting andseveral tin lu: ':"z. i t' nut: to \",ik; .11 i a j pa'ti- { (

Diaz Well- |,' ) rar.didatee!: ; .. are also ready for come here and you will get it : Steamship lines etc. The .st'alla'l"-> !itelublc i ': al.l 1 I I' sA ': t'al:!I w ay inl l,i!'tanc ta t il l jt"i.blems. ..l ' M

S YORK, Marsh 11-Au en n-I( miti at:rn. throughout the year I both ltd lf;:.. pal: .-"u"r: ::-ls i| 'Iii.ut (".'>-,;tfor olit.tiiiii. f; .sj I e<'ial: I d s sa

newspaper today. received the!, The meeting was well attended, a Easily negotiated for full this iiiorniii:':. the H"Jlu/o'j k .f' !)..<<:a! (ontiniMl on poke] fate: i I ,j Ml+

'are dis 1 latdl I V'u Mexico City l[ number cf visiting Woodmen bt'n: I I value. I Iv. having a \bit;:;: I rtl\\d fur, :>'t. .\i 1-I'i - -. ""I t hCHURCjru
of -
The -
says: sate mj __
j present: including stveral from Port j II gnstine. The numbt pa-sengets: :
Ii I n 1
l I ,Orane EI i Identification establishedby on the I". S. A. aeetu'd: } more Ih.II: ,I ; ist

i I usually large!: to t.t couth tend, :t'I \' (
PIIO !: 170J
in ? SEMI FINALS PLAYED !!! I countersignature.Safer thI: time :n the s.-a'-i. I: i/ j. Brach; Street ell

o.nvkvnAu IN SINGLES FOR MEN. CONRAD .- J/1. Daytona, Florid +I I II
GROCERY I than money; handier I ..... .::, I
.. 'i .......................... I 1c1lans toed /JJ, tI.. baby' ;1r { I
One of the beta matches "o far
than drafts. Take few $10
a ,
: played in the tenn.tournament: i DAILY STOCK I MARKET REPORT i i:1.
now in on the Di.ptand )hoteJ $20, $50 and $100 cheques on Buena
i you really admire nice progress COMPANY I II .......................... ,
('Ourt."i'a the mens semi final next trip-

between )Jr. Cornwall and Mr Tier; : i iI your :'-: .;\\ \//1:1-/ : :. \! : ; ; .':' h- 10.;' Tonic PLh

ailet Articles in which the la er"on bv $scort: iI I I WE ISSUE THEM. '.' oj -'. I.j '" ,!.. ;'.' :. J _:.t t. ..,JI J- i .

c[,f 1-6616.:. I j 'PHONE 61Daytona. ,,J' I .: I ."I. ii ... .1! :.I..i j ./.r. : i.I It. .
appreciate an up-to-date In tht"'olDt.'n'* doubles Is;:: Mi i ,: .: 'If.'i., ,: 'i 1..:, t'Iit'Oii \\b: c'Id: ; } is the true friend of the cultured .

of them call and see what I onnell and 31ss t: Mt-Cradv d.':'t'att-d s Lodge .I :...j i'i'L..t,'i ain ,,' . ".'. !. .: :,' : woman no toilet table is t' }

fe have. Sone new things Miss Morgan and Aluss Tat: ::' bj .| No. 1141 I MERCHANTSBANK .:" ". complete without itSeen r

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scores of toO 6-0 I \ L' !: I "
will probably want. i B. P. 0. E. N.t\ i"ri.I "11 I t
'.1..1....';.. ., .. little wrinkles.Easy .
-- :\InHarmon It Sv't and 1 HUh--: .I I.. hi." .; to tn .(
Only 50 r. i iKl1S The Druggist t t Meets Every Tuesday ,.,.. I I' ,. Used Buena Tony I ..
xou., Harmon D. Swits .!Ir.. guest; (t.' : ' t Evening Visiting ,r :..' II I;::0I t
AT THh rurh( tin .ll'atga Inn, were pi: :,.enders < n ; Members Invited A. D. McBRIDE:, President I:.. ; 01.,1 Po: : \. ,: <
.,, .. T. C. Fitzgerald, C. R J..B. CONRAD, Vice PTu.deat I' l "s
Meets Beach. .. < \ . ,
l Volugia :the .n ': l : :: : : I .
: ," .i' : .nI.:1 i Ceo F. Crouch, Sec f. N. CONRAD= CashierF S"e sat t taest:, I Iottle! ivi .nh'' s have to say fli Jt
Telephone 69 1 to i :. J MVER Ast Ca I. r t m S. I IF
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PIANOS aDd the seat of >
DELAND county
JA&Fy Coacert Tuaer is situated 23 miles southwest of '

I I $ PIANOS FOR RENT COUNTY Daytoua and is reached from the lat UNIVERSITY

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BANK ter city by an excellent hard-surface DELAND, FLA. .

road recently constructed.At Four OoU'gf and I
PELAND, FLA. Technical
DeLand is located the John B. Equipment KchooU..
I Seeds Beads atc In* nearly $ Mrs. J
of the lead-
: Stetson University, one
v-- ___.__ .ws.:: ..- Capital $100,000Surplus Endowment (mom! ), .I [ West ofAirs.
-:::,_==== :: .;:.-: :- WOMAN'S $50,000 ing educational institutions of the Faculty fessors of n Pio-
and Leoienue.
Pkoie 77 far = -:-,- --- EXCHANGE South Because of the interest in structors. Christian D- .

ICECREAM .,_' 1.0Ilnlllll.1. Ba 'lIrwt A. D. McBRIDE, matters educational DeLand is knownas but nOD-Fltoctartan
i :- _. '- =._I.T1r "" ....I ('Imln.., Bnr.Ia l're'.id"fltJ x "The Athens of Florid ." 'For Information It .
.. ,. --: I''r Phone!
In I.In.'n"
y quantify. '.JI . : ; = :. ""mills. ; address:
.l ..1.i - ..nt. ,rh'-n on ..III . haa faculty of .
I MILLS"European' :16Y I-$ 'r .: ., \" -t'; 1j ; ,_ It.... hYic.President Stetson University Lincoln Hull tog and
. 1 : ton
Ph. i2"LL
:-" ., : Ii. ,', 50 and instructors. Thereare Liii.
I .., "- .... tre :;; '; : H. A. WOOD, professors D.J. .
0 ..'.. . ; . 1 1I Casbl in buildings and President Ii The st .
fIi'/.b-fi. ,
? __a.a ,____.. .__ !. ;- r..4-h t" It. ::: xDREKA'S over ,$400.000 r
M "W- -
t I_ _n lilurilUI_ _ I I ,I equipment; nearly $300,000 endow. big part)

iici..................... By L. C. DEMAREE. r- Tact must be apparent to the most ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep. ; i trip lad
superf"ial observer. With such lavIth investment in building, J. W. PfRKINS r that plac resenting an
crowning glories
One or Daytona's
| SHOES AND fURNlSHINGS : wenltb of natural beauty it became
is her incomparable beadi. No BUSINESS AND DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than
thilig foi the hand of Dr. J.|
2 It Fays to Trade;: : at JS one who haj ever set foot upon its : PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS tor-a-n to an gh-e easy the finishing touches STORE' $120,000.Government The library depository is the United for the Attorney and Vorusi-i

I Peck's House : smooth packed sands; no one who I( 'which have wrought out the colors States CounselloratLaw
ever pedaled a bicycle over its ex- EVERYT7IINGI t tTO State of Florida, and contains over Barley

2 112 South Beach Street.eu.isisi.i.u.u.isi :: pans ; no one who ever drove a and outlines: of the big picture. i EAT: 15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one day afte

.. .&.i.i prancias< pair of horses and listened -L.1T4c:: Man did nil this in the laying out TO WEAR.TO USE. of the newest of 16 buildings, with and Joint

.......................... to the popping of their steel shoes of the streets with' their wide margins -....=1 its furnishings represents an outlayof Will PractUe Instate their frisGardner
................... of parkuge. The entire city becomesa Elizabeth Hall is one of
: LING WAN-CHINESE LAUNDRY : upon its asphaltum-like face; no one S N Heading Uoomv $60,000. and ,

HI HO. BEACH ST.. I)AYTONA, FLA.Dress . who ever steered a high-power automobile : E. S. HALL : gTP. l park with driveways inter Elevator HervlceKest y the most beautiful college buildingsin FederalCourts enue.
Hblrts lJNlKht| Hhlrts 10.
S White Hhms luiWoolen(' shIrts !" down the broad stretch of U SI sF'tinc" miles upon miles! of driveways 1 RoomG.A.DRZKA&CO. the South

.. Check New Shirts Whirls 13'Drawers"K.rndershlrts'. H H.. wave-washed and surf-packed sand Architect and Builder : *.o good as to attract motorists : .The city has a population of about LOST!

U Hhlrtscollarntt. 13Mocks., per pair 8 but: realized: that it is a world beater S No. 21.19 Palmetto Ave. : from all over the continent.' F'LA. 3,500, with a thickly settled country PELAND, FLA. on Voh
Collars or Cuffs :Handkerchiefs, 3 flpIANl n.
.S Lndlesclothsateorrespondlngprlce a wor'Id-wonder. Go stand upon : DAYTONA. FLORIDA. UU And as for the pavements, pavements adjacent. DeLand proper is five street

. this wi.ie speedway and see the hap- that look and act like granite miles east of the St. Johns River on VolusiaWilliaJ:
.......................... ; py souls flit by in joyous mood, andanswer where else between the eastern VoIusiaJCounlyAbstracLColi the.high, rolling pine land of the WRIGHTINSURANCE

whether this! is not one of and western seas are FO many mites great "Orange Ridge" of Florida.
'I H. C. THOMPSON Agt. : .......... north byjyesterday
the seven modern wonders. .0..1 in prooortion to inhabitants? The : ; The *predominating products are

LAMB E 'GINES : W. C. paveme-'it question stands with thestreet the estimated
and grapefruit,
The Placid Pellucid Halifax River. oranges
)I Y.
I : AGENCYDeLand ,
HUPMOBILES I of the chief drawing Bert Fish; President exjthree
: General Medicine and : as one crop from this vicinity being over
('ur) I)Ijiiidls Hecrtur.und we!
= DeBOUtration- Give at Any Time. : Where think you is water with more'; : Obstetrics 1U cards. Till some unheard of place Treas. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes, and

:: PHONE : picturesque surroundings? Nearly a' Office Hours: !::m! to 3:30.:! 7 to8 p. in. S reports more and better Daytona peaches, pears, Japan persimmons, seaeti son j
...................I *..... mile wide. fringed with tropical vegetation 1 Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39.DR.J.E.RAWLINGS. : chrowb down the gauntlet to the Abstracts Furnished '- strawberriesand Florida the ]
I i and Titles'Perfected plums, pecans guavas
I .......................... artistic cottages with roomy .......................... world. I other fruits are grown in plenty.In Kaffe

i : JACOB ESPEDAHL : verandas looking out upon her bosom Squirrels, Flowers Binds and Fruit ,and Insured the way of public improvementsare OLDESTLARGEST ; with shy
gamey food fishes in countless num- ,
51515155 SISISISISISISISISSU Whatever one's shortcomings and
miles of fine shell roads, an Palm
Contractor and Builder SI many ry at
; I
bers beckoning as it were. to thosewit'h Pints and
Designer and CraftsmanSuperintends : : however indifferent or even callousone Maps excellent high school, electric lights,
S rod and reelher bosom flecked Blueprints Huppllt"d1IF.IASn.
Construction of Build- ;
I I may be to many th5ngs, mere
S U of waterworks that is owned
: nil. Plans' Hhort and Notice.Hpecitlcutionson : with duck and coot and snowy- [ : Physician and Surgeon : mermen (".f "flowers and squirrels, FLK. a and system operated by the city, supplyingthe I and BEST E B.

DAYTONA, FLORIDA. winged birds, which sit about
I : : sea asj birds and fruits" will send a thrill
water at little cost afternooijwhere
....,...IISRSISISISISUSIIS if for the sport of bobbing upon the !) : O..FICJOVER KODAK PLACKPLone6 1U that is reflected in distended pupils purest .
of that h,
5S BONDLUMBER Nine houses worship testify
.......................... waves; watch that lubberly old US and pricked ears. For Florida weeks
I a N white headed pelican pouch a fat \ .......................... DeLand is a church-going commu
For every visitor: with a spare goober FARMS his fa miI
OSCAR Methodists
: MICHAEL : nity. Baptists, Episcopalians
mullet, and that fish hawk struggling I\
........................B* there is a bunny ready to come COMPANY (Northern and Southern), Pres- GROVES they arecottage ;
: CONTRACTOR SFilling upward with his floundering load he :, U and accept your gift. lie will sit bolt Manufacturers! of

I : and GradingKeavy : snatched from the water. !| : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS 2 t'f-rif.'ht.; and knaw intir'* the mi tLt, LUMBER byterians, Christians and and Catholics Metho-, TIMBER\ or i|
besides colored Baptists
: Hauling Specialty. : See the beautiful launches spick = Civil Engineers : casting furtive: saucy glances at you LATH TRUCK I *Beaclj
0 a UI and span with! hampers and lockers U SI I'' llitanwhlle SHINGLES dists, are represented.The LAND .

I ........................... bulging with refreshments both solid DAYTONA, FLA. I Flow>r3. Usually fresh: and bloom- MOULDINGS graded school offers a ten Send for BargainSheet tomobile I Iner
- -- - -- --
I I .,.,' (!-! 'i) and liquid, ready for a cruise upon th > S KstHl.lUh-tl: |s5.. UU ;ni? the 'elr: 'round," you are reminded Afrits: years' course, and the building whichit to; .
1 M. ELLA: DeVOY & CO. I beautiful surface. Take out :your field SISISISISISMSISI5ISISISISII5SIS1S1SIIISI5lSISI5I5I5 of Goldsmith's couplet where Masury's Paroid ItootlngWhit. Pnlnts occupies is newly furnished THE GOULD-

'glass; and sweep the river from ---------- - - I .,hall(:...n..ntJ throughout. and is one of the most Miss
Siuilin.j; spr'nsr its eai"Iit'st'isit paid
Ormoad bridge to Ponce Park <:I I'orado Plastirorgln commodious and best equipped pub-
MILLINERY :v.nd summer's lingering blossoms Iay WHEN( CO
light) house then say whether the S Itund Hand Brick lic schools in the State. the M
i are delayed. r i
/ J, l- Halifax i Isu'*. a thing of beauty anda : E. L. STEWART : I in fI..L.\XV. FLA. The trip from Daytona to DeLand "INLAND: FLA, pany anl
one! yard roses varigated llUesIedotHIllJ.tl
/ No. Beach St.. Daytona, Fla. ,;, joy forever, and one of the modern M Physician and Surgeon SS is made by automobile in a little ment ag
. another household has
"SM'i'iiil I attention todisuiM" nt tliKM. .1 ;
'k X. .jo,! !' uonde.'i. a :: '. Knr. Tlinuit!, nml! N II"'. .tinmill -.. .1 over an hour, and there are many partedreturn
a p'-m-Mant) ; for the poincetta and the
r-il.e.' MiiKiiolhi :[rol l lil
!S.!)!' i >tlirf tmotir'.: !.m In. in. to'!9. A road leads to
p in. :: Attorneys at Law county site. good: a busiml!
I :
East Florida wood. ten in a jungle:: of tall cane. Variety GORDONGARAGE
) SISISISISSSISRSI5ISUSISUSIISISISISISISSSISISISU I'r:ivtu-in. ;; In 1111 DeLeon Springs. five miles, a historic pets her)
r. i 4.tin! -;-.pice! of life and here is where "Stat a ml K. d.-r.il
Hidg'-'wOGd avenue Is upon.the crest I find it. Courts I spot, where 60,003 gallons of water i tmeigitr <
Telephone Company you ,
| Special fac-llltlcs for '
p of a broad ridge straight as the crow .ISIS nvi'!ticHtinK mid bubble from the earth every minute.
S 8 The birds flit in, and witfli/ their .
flies and the wide prf'Ttin tit -sI'Kl.AMi. I I The
spreading branches -
automobiles south
From DeLand
Connections at Daytona | : DR. F. H. HOUGHTON joyous m>t 's help to give fullness I : I Kl-A. go DeLandHeadquarters
of 'ho! heavy-trunked live oaks extend :1 : I.d symmetry to the picture.As I, to Ostccn, 18 miles, on shell and

for Long Distance PointsH. | thtir giant! arms across the mag- marl roads; the St.Johns is crossed by

I niflceu.; \:Ha. forming an arch and : Dentist! [!:1'' for fruits, choice citrus fruits, STEMTOLYIsaac{? I ferry near Ostcen and cars can then for
la: >toIL \ields: the palm to none for AutomobilesAGENTFOR
C. THOMPSON onk In I K Ill.I
Mgr. from these extended arms great festoons A. !4t.wartIgformi continue to Sanford and Orlando by
S) PIION*: $I:! \\Vsi Imli..ut: : II Hi-Kin.:;: quality and quantity There
per acre. :
iJ ; of Spanish moss sway as the a ( Uly
SgSISRSISISISI.I..Su..SIS hard road. There is a shell road
h :Mary St'wnrtAttorneys
----- .- I IIi trade winds from the -.re scnrt-s of citrus groves in prox- Maxwell Tour
tropic seas at Law, from DeLand to Orange City, five
cxxcccH. ) I.II !nuy to the: city, branches betiding I Cars and
fan them. Looking straight ahead BBB.B.BOBB.B.B.B.flB.B* mid Notaries Public miles, and a good road from DeLand ing

I T. McCLELLAN I the down impression this white of shell a fairy street path one with has 2 T. K.:: I-'ltzr.rt.1, K:. I.'. Oat. -. : I II I, to lunoiis the e.rth:pclden:: with globes their which burdens for of PFI.ANP. FLA. to Lake Helen, a like distance. RunaboutsArthur I

1.I.auty. proflic-acy and all desirablequalities
Mill WorkWrite Mfasa draperies, but as you move
j 'long' and cast an eye first to the 2 Attorneys and Counsellors at Law : I would truly astonish. j'ou. J. A.ERICKSON. BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO. (;. Hnmlln

,)r ask him about anything '! Tight and then to the left you see U 9 :'jwm'Ii.| ,,ml I 1 Faci'itS*.'rf.'<-tun.for I.:iiiil Ktniniiniii::! Tit II 10..,. ; .1 The Fastest Autos and The Finest Manufacturers Royal P.HaiallnHAMLIN

you want made of wood Every- '\ distinguished cottage homes in the "tun! In t'{lnr"IIu\ldln: \ !:. 'Plmn.if'! : Out. & CO. Light Granite, Buff, Red anti

thing the best. | I most delightful settings.See S1SISI5ISISISIIISIOISISISIi : Tin-! -f\ i.th world wonder do you Pianos Larl-t, Organs:Stock and of Drab Brick

Ie tho glistening leaf of the grand Larpr (Vipacil-. I li-ur. *
North Ave. Phone 123 ;t-k? ('cine whether from Missou:' Scwsad Machines .: Prompt Phlp- &
Ridgewood ,iPICUlESP'PaHTORAfii ,. : 1.1' lit.Vmmt tr !Uiw.iiit: i.ua Trl, ,
. "
t magnolia which nature has \aniisheu l.' '!' @ 4... as no artis-'s bru. h could and : ['iKl.VN: Fl.\. I HAMLIN
ever ; DR. J. P. ESCH T.mbut: II
I I to, r.nd you will be howll: I
the cabbigp! : palms with their burdens LAKE
here: is whtre till'orld's record for
jf S lO'\'}" fruit and swaying palms: ; I Physician and Surgeon t I I
I { { T Pi lIill, lIla! lin\ . , I !spe."i! ;Is broken with evt-rj' recurring ALLbN'SNi ScrroundcJ by several lakes Attorneysand
I II f f I I1. pretty
i i ? :M. K. hllivll. "Mrt.l'. ||''|01'|'M' > : tl. :: I'. -t'"ol. Autos, rhe biggest! the fast and
IJt :P')'; see the climbing vines' !; in.-' ; t"; p. in. -piion.. ,. :' .I'\\T"i \,v I IJ M to i'oMulllcc, : guarded by lofty pine trees is Counsellorsat
I1IIhuI1V1lI I POUT OIt.\SIt-: I ma riot in the trees the 5)) liE.\I'II. : I t -t. and the finest are on daily pale Lake Helen, a winter resort of no LawIIP
I ;
cryp- ,
I .... ,
.-. -.-. .-. ::: >< rd: the big show is as free DRUGGISTSJEWELERS
IIIIfIIIU I aprettyIItiI.vt'eiuiniiriiiit ': :: PORT ORANGE' : '4mflifl'; : forms which gain a foothold !'S'.S. . . .'. . . .'!'!-'.I..' / little importance. Camp Cassadaga,
t.-: p'l1Artesian! water from tini -
I've mil ,
I situated I
h tic oaks and at'-l .. OO-4S.S..O-I.C.o a spiritualistic camp-ground is situ-
jn great '
s :
U IJ liii miii; Kouthof l>a>ton.i on > S .1'I II ,:.(,ii>..u.dof flowing: wells. It is affltli.i.US LAN!11.' FLA.
near Lake Helen and at this
pu>ms. and surely you will join ill Fl.AXI. FLA.
IJIIlInhII ti; the Ift.tonaS..w Dr. SAMUEL M. LONGDENTIST I'i < :: : ; show with a llstautly
!(IlII1fI i I myrna Uanl >ur- ,the!' cloni! and say that tins is a : place several hundred people make
::1 i.it:( ny scene.Eve.ythi.ng
IIMItJIjI I fMtTOadthMfliC s. Fred Cummnga world vender for beauty. : winter headquarters. A laige lumber }
i.11th 1 I Ii I highway of t h<' K:/I.t : I' goes, from a :2-horse: G. W. Fisher mill and the largest: brick plant in fOUNTAIN'S"D.L.SD

iii'riiti' I. Const. The town tlocated Owner and Maaater I Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage I One Door North of New Mcr- : I power up to a uO.horse power and Drug Co. the South are located at Lake Helen. FLA.

III1IIIgIk1I hi on the Hullto Homes. chants Bank. I'aJl: d -srce3; of speed from a canter
iuunriii i. x: River IIn.ll. Drugs Stationery, ORANGE
IIII1Il14V1I( th connected with th- I Xo one of Daytona's attractions, S.44S..4S!.!!!:!a.......... 1 1r.i.tj' to: a, tvvo-mile-a-ininute clip. You will Huyler's Candies CITY CIothingFurnishiDgs I I

IIIlII111IIl U11 ......nlDllollopp lh' PORT ORANGE . )JolJab!)' catch the spirit: when you: The principal attraction around
perhaps: commands more nearly universal @j: :! !: :!: !i Kodaks, Cigars1'v.I.'SI'
i.IIIII1Itp bbr1dg.'. <;lo the roads and the beach are yours I Orange City is the handsome Shoes

iiitiiiiiiiti; ii Th town l'" well BEACH{ attention and praise than does 1) The Manhattan Cafe :The Florida sunshine is free, the F.J golden orange groves.many The town is
iIIIliuIILIIIl! EI rateS out and; ha'"' the artistic cottages. The owners of
i.iini iii i t many pretty homes. Lots for Sale. these 'harming villas hail from every 'i'I! or I ladies and gentlemen. ': balmy I ocean breezes are free the supplied with water said to be the

JIIIIiJFvIII( !t A large numN-r ofttIIJIE1I Liberal Terms i.f the v I I birds and squirrels and flowers are I A. H. I1DAIL purest in the world, another attraction -
corner country and
they bring $ Regular Dinner: 11 to 1:30 Daily. I
I kI 1ooM"llInd winterrraidents Allowed for > 'i the sparkling fountain water is I to visitors. It is at Orange City
their architectural and Short Orders. Box Lunches. '
own plans ;
IHhIII8H II make Port ; frte
IMPROVEMENTSOcean and you will have to go down j The that
passengers over the
IIlIiIIIIvI14J orangswInterhendqnrtcr build' upon them and, as the archi- ii Everything Fresh. ; Florida East
or River Special Attention Shown 10 Ladies. ; unto your wallet only for coin for Leading Coast Ry. transfer to
B, .i' of the FISHING'Ofls'entrnt I 'cture of one section of the countr. : : I' carriages and
:uuto, :and bed and board.
tIIllI II I1JaW: 8"'TP-I'llt .ttractinstvlDR to Automobile I differs from the architecture of another I\, THE MANHTTAN CAFE l GROCER drive to Deland. The town is surrounded -
IHII II ItfUF4! th i excll\ ,-nt RllO.CoUTkf This is
ro fanciful picture; its allhere. I by land
amid Hrid-e.; so do our homes differ in % 38 South Beach Street I PELAND. KLA." peculiarly adapted
i; IfII1IiflJ1
t"blnt.! Apply to outward appearance and structural !' - _- ..- - -,W It is drawing other thousands I to: the cultivation of citrus fruits. j I'ELAD, FWKI PSl
distancewst r. .
1 Ill II1tiI1 A short \f&a ,
!\'I. 'I-\\'I\.o! '! '!' ' _
WM. C. HOWES 'I \ !! ! I T IR( I1tIIIi I af Port Oranue:: beauty from one another. There art:: I

UI JU IIi1tiII are the remnlnof Port f A'r.iuge!! -llt, KIi.: no monotonous rows of striking .......................... charm uid; hold jou. Come and see i! :............................................ .+......:
I II MJ I'fI 9hA old Junlnwton '
I similar build'ngs but the eye, as it + -, i : .

tul II III III MI TI ttRl I MgKr mill. n .placethnt : ; !'\\"OOby! is treated to a kaleidoscopic : When You Are Looking for :
Is vt..It.1 very
Port Orange 'From the Grove to the Table" i : THE DAILY NEWS !
IHH vear by l.utmlr.mt.o1ItIt11 change which' keeps the mind J Some One (to Do *
I),! flL tourists. On. tltn.' OYSTER{ CO. wond'rlng.UWhat! next?" INDIAN RIVER GRAPE : :. :

ILJfiI II Kl thecountr wt It is no: only the exterior of FRUIT AND ORANGES I :.. .
; 1> DtTOXT many .
lL1tI IJI I of Port >rnnur- '
tirow-T and iK-aVr ot the'e homes which rivets attention | Electrical Work I Gro'vn on the Halifax. .
th.' old
,IHnI lit IIl rounding
I. I 111:11.11'115 n vii't indIgo OYSTERS andCLAMS ; wi'.btC they are models of convenience The finest quality of fruit for sale ': Gives Away to some three persons whose .J

I a : and Migar caneplantation. Pt. ()nl1'-IIII-tona' > and the finishing: and furn- + I in single "r-oxes or car lots. Special :, mentioned in the
.The mill is'hing ,;ivo evidence of the eleganceand : PHONE H : atteniioi. paid to filling orders. : were .:

I I wns. opi In'rated tho e''XtenIrelr "-urldnyt >-' ft C. HOffES cultivation of those who worked MUNROE & STEVENS : Every Day previous day's paper -: *.

it all out. Indeed, it is the interior
; l hut has! U-en la 1.FORLAW1 GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. :. .
f dNusifor forty or arrangement and artistic furnishT.s: .1

1 fifty years. I Real Insurance Estate and sanding, more than the exterorappear'nce '. ; Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. : Four Tickets to the Crystal :

A ery Interesting that : THE ELECTRICIAN. : p .
J gives a surpassingcharm _
1 drive fronr I>a>t()ni : Theatre and a Merchandise \
is l h y ocenn l ,',ulito PUBLIC to Daytona homes. This feature ,: Best Prices Best Work J ........... ..10........ ........... ........ .. -

I t h.1 approach ot __Port OranlC. ha.MARTI Jastly merits prominence as another : NORTH BEACH STREET : : Order for 25 cents on some :
S the Port 'Mrui:. wonmYer.Streets i GITTENS! & MESSING p

'1 l>r>il(;"'. mro-.. tli> 4 Sm......'S .............j.... --.,' '" | ,, !I" A -. : local store. : : : : : : ..
brtde and t h.. npjissins ard Pavements the Most pp pp .
f :: through thprincipal >. S. G, I ISISIIISISISUSSSI115155555McDonald's I: r"v (a)) Fresh Fish .
and Best.
J : ..tr.-.'t of i j: Boat Yard : 1 i./ X: T Clams : p p -- ..

I Port Mrano- '0 th.ru.ii [thneraIMerchandise Why th<* Architect of the Universe :i. Lstablished: 1S03 : : ,

l.rato..1,> of old I th>s' u,'P:1"<::I. \ I chose to give Daytona: the most ad- j: CHAS. M. McDONALD Proprietor 5 i and Rose Bay Oysters : Watch for them---your name may *

mlrable: the most picturesque natural <: Railways. Boats MarUM on South Beach Street 4p
; ]mill rrturntni::: t Built. Repaired J .
I IM j,tt>ni l,y t h.ro.id! Port Oranee na. setting! of all the cities of the South :I. and Housed. N i Phone 5 Prompt Delivery : be next. 4

j on th.' immninland.'L Is not revealed, but that such is a j 5 ; :
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FLORIDA .. ".' t EPISCOPAL Second Sunday CHURCH in SERVICES Lent. "In the gland Queer Skirts of Stone In Yap.Money" Dr. I I Mrs. Mater Greatly-Have Improved.you seen :Mr. Daters -li--pWGRESSVE II , NEW-SMYRNA f 11,11.

St. \ II. Furnlss tells of the female fasb-
Marys', Daytona-Service ard: I I son since he got home from college -
t of sermon II fons of the natives of Yap, the most --------
a. m.; Sunday school 9:45
,. : I ? Daughter-Yes, ma; saw him
nty, STfTSON I- a. m. Music\ by the chor.: westerly of the Caroline f islands an.l !last night. :Mrs. :M.\ -Has he Improved I NEW SMYRNA is situated fif I
of Grace expresses wonder that th. women are HOWEAND miles sonth of Daytona ORANGESIf !
church. Port Orange-Se-: much? Daughter He's gota I
late so rarely burned to l! ath. i and is an ideal spot reached you want UM
UNIYfRSITYDELAND vice and sermon 3 p. m. mustache. .
from hard surface road best
"In the first place, their skirts are : I Daytona by a very Orange
rut Grace church. New CURRIERFLORIDA of the most apply at
FLA. SmyrnaSer"lee winding through one pic
composed of four !
or five of
Four OOl1t"gt' and 6 and sermon 7:30: p. m. ayers I I turesque parts of Florida. Point Grove ,
"I dried leave: and of WHAT CURES ECZEMA?
TPehnleal Ekhoole. s>ulp.s bast: and are With its ancient ruins dating back 1
II 13. Equipment"Oat. 1 All seats free. Strangeis: welcome I for the Red land Indian
Mrs. John West and Miss:: so voluminous and distended that they
Ing nearly 1-1(0(0( \; Mary We have had so many Inquiries to a time when the history of man River Orange
ad. Endowment '. West of Chicago IIL, are guests obirs. f --- stand out nil around the body outrivaling I lately regarding Eczema and other LANDS runneth not interlaced with wires the best in ti>
the Faculty ot 411 Pro.. TOMORROW the old fashioned Even of the modern and tele- state.
Leon AT BAPTIST CHURCH lioopskirts. telegraph
tt"isora and InItructora. Despland on Magnolia av akin diseases, that we are glad to NEW: MMYRAAFLOKI1 I
when : phone, its miles of shell streets as Grove situated 110
t in Christian sitting down the women are surrounded -; make >A
.Amerlca-A our answer public. After careful '
enue. Field
and a Force, Irom Dayton em
but non-Rt>ctarlan'Tt" 1 hard and smooth as a floor and
own &<'hlng. will be the subject of the morning by a mound of veritable tin. Investigation we hav found that M. LEIDERSDORF arched by hoary forest oyer-I' the Daytona-Ncw
'For information, -I 28 der. In the second place, they are forever wash of Oil of Resident Smyrna Road.
address: 1 Phone trill call for your cleaning sermon at the First Baptist church a simple Wlntergreen Aent grew in stately grandeur Prices Moderate
I of Lincoln Huller .J and pres.ng.:! U BURNETT. tomorrow. Miss O'Connor of the striking matches to light their as compounded in D D. D.. can: be relied Town and lapse of bygone centuries New I
Ph.1) Lit&. ;' cigarettes; nay worse even, they carry upon \\> would not make this FERD t
crc Smyrna of
.1 ? Morgan house Country truly a place romance
will ;
sing. NORDMANNProprietor
LLo about with
D. them for the sake of economy
statement to friends and
# The steamer Uncle Sam carried a our nations and
and restAll
Preatdent "Why Was the Talent Buried?" the glowing husk of a coooanut, Property i
big party to Ponce Park Friday: the neighbors unless: we were sure of It- i
dow will be the paetor's, subject in the and neither to matches nor husk do and although there are many so-called : nature here is very inviting to !

np J. WI PfRKINS trip including an oyster roast at evening A warm welcome awaits they give the slightest heed, striking Eczema remedies sold we ourselves the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here I II I II II

ding, that place. you. Stranger are especially in 'Jhe one recklessly over their own skirtsor unhftttitatlngly recommend L). D. I). R. S. MALEY too is to be found the best fishing and I I

than Dr. J. C Herman Osteopath 20 vited. absentmindedly resting the other Prescription. hunting in the state of Florida. I I :
against the skirts of their neighbor.Yet .
ft -- BfiCAuse--We know that It gives In-
Attorney andCounsdlor VolusU! Ave., Daytona Phone 40. tf - -" General The people are thrifty, the busi I ,
r the In spite of,tlils utter recklessnessnever stint relief 4o that torturing Itch. k
did I see n skirt catch fire. One Because-D. D. D. marl the cure at Hardwareand ness men enterprising and all unitein 1 ki

over at Law Harley S. Grover arrived yester- C[ PORT ORANGE J j month nt longest Is the life of a wom the foundation of the t trouble. extending the welcome hand of 1I 1I I i
I I II Ic Ii Ir
one day afternoon from Lisbon, N. D., an's: dress; then the old skirt Is burned Because-It cleanses. soothes! and hospitality to strangers. There are 1j II

with and Joined his wife at the home of and a brand new one plaited, with no heals the akin.BecauseIt Builder's five church edifices for white peopleand j I

ntlay wm Practice In their friends, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. PORT ORANGE :March:\ 1 0.-D. U' tedious fittings at the dressmaker's enable. Nature to repair Supplies an equal number for the colored I

e of State and Gardner. on South Ridgewood av' Winn has sold the Illinois: house to nor depressing bills! to pay." the ravages of the disease.Because Furnitureand population; the town has an excellent I

'ngs FooeralCourts enue. the present tennant Mrs. Tri'' ble. -The records of ten years 1 high school. a splendid public I c

R. L. Johnson was d>n town Thurs SQUIRRELS DAMAGE PHONES. of complete' cures! of thousands: of the library aad up-to-date bnsiness I

[bout -LOST Plain go'd Bracelet! el.herl day. He is engaged as engineer on most serious C"as..s show that D. D. i). UndertakingNew houses. I 1

ntty on Volusia avenue or North Beach I I|I a large yacht belonging to a New Kansas Town's Pets Dine Heartily on Ii today recognized MS the absolutely I
DaLAND FLA. SmyrnaTHE There number of
reliable Eczema cumDrop are any pretty I
fiver street. Reward for return to 225:; York man. They intend making a Insulation.
Into our store today just to homes for the permanent population, I
Volusia avenue. 84-2t trip around to Texas in her th's Because! squirrels pets! of the town {j
WRIGHTS spring. I I had nibbled the insulation off the telephone talk over your case with us which numbers close to 2000. and

I the William l:endsberg was called I Miss Hester Morrison visited St' wires and bitten Into the cables W. M. Hankins some very fine winter residences. I j.: STATE BANK

460 telephones In n utchln Kan., The Atwood Pharmacy There are good hotels and boarding
INSURANCE north by business' interne's' and left I Augustine Friday, returning Sunday.I OCEAN[ "HOUSE 0 OF
out of commission during
yesterday afternoon for N. were recently houses where you can find accommodations -
ted Y., expecting: to be Ardsley, The entertainment Friday eveningthe a storm. t F. W. SAMS to meet your requirements. I J{ NEW SMYRNAJOHN 1
AGENCY gone two or 3rd, given Helen
by j LLHE i.i
worked all
Linemen and electricians
Over three weeks but wUl rejoin his wife and T. W. Lane was a great treat to day In the storm and succeeded in hav r| GlI | I'Ki, l'KIKTt IR Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a j President T. HAMMOND i
pe; -- and son here before the close of 1 section of vegetable land as can be :
us quiet village people. I j ling all but 125 of the phones In operation Rates: GEO. L. BRANNING 1
ns 'the found anywhere. This land has been i
DeLand Florida season. Our visitors from Clinton county, | by evening. Wherever they had DAVIS Panthera $3.00 Day I' t'lI!>blt"r i
'eslenty. I DR. ist per '
divided into small farms which
I I can
t" Ind.. gave Mrs. T. Smith and her sfeJter. eaten the Insulation from wires or Transacts a
Kaffee Klatsch and Book Shower 1 I I PENINSULA DRIVE Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Someof I
I Mrs. II. Morrison, also from the eaten Into the cables the rain causedtrouble. I
cats OLDESTLARGEST J with silver offering for public same counta O "Heroin! IlnuM. South of W.-i.t-. rN WeekExeell.nt the finest celery grown in the stateis i General
llbra'i surprise Wednesday
p-ir'y: Hton-
.. Banking
ry at Palmetto: club :March: 23::
anIghta :
: Hunting raised on this land. All other vege
of last week which was avery DAYTONA BEACH - FLORIDA19rotb.r
; m. 86-93-94-95;) Rouen Relies on Navigation.The I and Flshlni!; Business
F. tables grow in abundance, and here,
P'I pleasant social the I II
event co ,
I Js Hr..k l
p| :> H rnmpound|
wned river Seine with its branches .. ." ... XKW: HMYKXAKLOKIDA APer Cent. Interest
and BEST pang numbering about sixt -. "l,nlf\lii: ".11 hf llni!: Th- fort too is the home of the famous Indian .
and canals, connects the of Rouen . 1 on Time Deposits
E. B. Putnam arrived city HymenDietetics.: MIISSHKOst.: -
lying f :yesterday I Mrs. S. Fred Cummings has so'd opnth.v. :\rll,II..tI, and Klfctrlcnl.: River oranges.
with one-fifth of the total of
afternoon from St. area I .. I
Paul, :Minn.: ttuti Salt c Jlowftc. TlKMforcts
the Port Orange house to Dr. J. M I. France and with one-third Its popula an- nltsoluti. Treatment at ofll,...
where he had
t that For Florida bten called several :Masters from Newport, Tenn., who Hon.I : 11IM1>- go out s'IMI. t-t-,
weeks by business L .J
ago ,
mmnMcth and rejoined will take possession April 1. I I1111NN .NM..0 It

FARMS his family at Daytona Beach, where .......................... -- --- -- .. ..............e .. .
V they are occupying Mrs. C. E. ..........................
pres. GROVES Starr'scottage

olio etho, TIMBER TRUCK or i!, J during the season. THE NEW PUBLIC SIGN LIBRARY ON THE BUILDING.. I DR. SCHADT'S : R. H. MCDONALD J j The Joseph Zapf Co.l

LAND : cottage for sale, near- Automobile In justice to the real doners of the : :
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a ten Club house. W. :M.:\ Shaft.i handsome gold lettered sign which : Florida and Western : JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
send for BArgain Jacksonville to New York :. | : '"t
which Sheet to;; 82-3t;) : *
was placed over the entrance of the Via Atlantic Coast Line. : t Is called the and most reliable liquor :.
shed .. : i : The Choicest Steaks and justly largest
public library building af-
TOE yesterday
most : Miss de Conde Johnson, who for Tu..IIIInrt"ll I : : il-l*. April 4.11-Ir-a I .: The Primest Roasts : house in Florida. Sole distributors for i
o' ternoon, it is only fair to state the i MniHlrtS. I.v Kyle;: mil, Ar:S pin.Pitas . +
pub- CO several wlnte'rs past has been with Telephone us what you want and we .
sign was a gift to the from *- remit $lrt.iio and UK- stamp Q : Beer I
library Celebrated
: the M. Ella Anheuser-Bush
s DeVoy millinery company for |>ostnl rejNtrHtl; ) and vfiirvjour : wlll..nd..lwor to e that you get It. J
d and was with that establishment W. H. Wright and Frank I). Spring. = Itlentltlli-iitlou, ticket nnd hedge!; + Phone tt; .
!'ELAND. FLA nt li-nstune wfvt in luluint-f from . :
the :
is called to
little again this season as usual departed Mr. Wright and Frank I). Spring, Z Special attention

many yetserday, afternoon on her chairman of the board of public a DR. 0. G. J. SCHADT.. i I :* POULTRY * MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. :
111 Wst HUh Htr..t. New York. J
I the THE return to New York where she ha works. 1 .
I'nsscnuer: agent will !t" nt Tnlon .
s toistoric a business engagement which compels I lH>|M>t7::*ln. m. to SaitOfh INIK- Th. earlier" leavourorder theietter furnished. ;
GORDONGARAGE { J: c-lrim-e havof Price lists will l be cheerfully
gage: nixl nt Washington to '-MortIMirtlfi you getting J I
her to return
)'earlat this \Vmton touring car for sale! to New York. the ehotc...t. .
water time. cheap I. W. Fulgham. S'-t:: :: e .0 .* ..................................................... I
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.i ............................................. THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Peninsula Variety r ........................-.-.-...-.-......-..-..-........... ..11
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I Anthony Brothers tiny PubliaLed, from December every evening 1 to except April 1 f, oa-by' StoreDAYTONA I; WE SELL ,.. /;<,;'". I!

5 Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best : .
t\i-ptlonnl: \ tonty..ttrtngValues kinds .
In : lubricating on the market. -
i C. S. HARRIS City Editor. Enamel Ware i .
: I HARRY L. ROOD Adv. Manager: -- Z

I GUO. F CROUCH Superintendent Japanese China i \VE REPAIR i i
Laces .
GENTS' FURNISHINGS I Entered as second class matter I : 0j L. ,

December 1, 1910 at the po",toffice ; Ribbons I. Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. I Greatly Enla

at Daytona. Florida, under Act of : Webster's" Store .
Opposite Grocery :: i : --- --- S.

SHOES i March 3, 1879.I I Seabreeze Ave. I If .- Std
'i Central Auto Garage. i ..
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Daytona I : ,. lft l- \' rdon
j palm Beach< w, palm Beach. "I'1 1,1.E' t Ii!,, 1 nl',' a ), i.. 411'! Mondjix. "I:IH. if she .

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Clarendon d Garage 6 !!g C Co REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS BY : 0 yw .. :.........
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i Rail and River j I :.. AUTOMOBILES OPPOSITE HOTEL FOR CLARENDON RENT. SEABREEZEFLA.7".Z; ::%I:;;II::*;t"M;' ,. *. tI ..* II I What's the .!: T.

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ATLANTIC *' ,.iiiiW.. i.i.{ i'iii.. ,'ri', i;,;:J f PLEASANi .


Service to the East 5; BY THE GOSSIPER. 3 i' DAYM A BEACH. of spending your time sweating over a j All d<

; Leave Jack.onTllIe .......... ... M: a.in. '/1111, .111111111111H111.. .. ... .. ...w..w .. .. .iiiiiiiiinitA ... :: l j i I hot stove these hot days trying to get : .S selected fr
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Limited Arrln'MIItl1l111h. 11-\.111. !
Palmetto \ Augusta> ......... .... . :. II.Jllp.m.;: bunch of hoodlums drums along MRS. E. F. OATES ENTERTAINS ;, ] the family ironing done on time when 5 help used
DAILY. Carrying through: Coaches, t'hnrl*.",ton ......... ... ... 4.:'.71..11I. Peninsula Drive In an automobile at I |Iyou[ :
r I KlchmondWashington.. .. .. .... ... .. 1.itla: ,u a I.t can buy an alitfinest
Efcetric-Lijihted Pullman Drawing Room I .. ... ... .. .. K.m( a.in. the hoodlum hour of 1 o'clo-k: : the..t f AT HER HOME ON HALIFAX | ..
Baltlinoro .. ....... .. \I.hllt.lII.
1 8ltepel'8, Dining C ars. Jacksonville to I .. other night amused themalb> Chel
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W. Philadelphia .11-&It.m. VISITING .il a
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Now York. \ II :*ew" ork...."" ...... 1 W p.ni.' throwing:{ and ma-.hing; empt beer I; AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRONFOR : SummerConcec

c New York and Florida Special. Dull Except Huiidaj.L '. Xo.\'teacrlpttopofthispopulartraindel bottles the conUnts of which the)' FRIENDS,

s; >, L- Jack..>>on\.Hie........ ............. 1.10p.m. had evidently imbibed, against: the ........
-' Hn\annnh .... ........ ....... : 1 1r
ThU train consists of Pullman Brewing .. A 'IrjontS herd: Fr-
1.1- lh"rl.:: .tol1......... ....... ...... w'''P'm. high stone wall in frout of the homeof pleasant re "
Boom, 6tat }tootll.MIt f'plnlt.lllnlnl/tlhd/:
bt'lth-d K\' Arrive Klchmond........................ 7J 5B.m. tl
cars lmm. .. Dr. J. P. Esch. the from 4 to 6 o'clock
brary-Observation Fortunately a
n..w ht'lth."te'rt.tilkt'K..tnd' \ Wa.hlnmon:: .....................ltI.: It.m. day afternoon 75 ..fl.I..I.I
egnxp U briUlarttly llKht *t thrbueliout hv HrctrlcMr. Baltimore.......... .... .........11.H7 a.m. doctor was awake at the time and the home of Irs.. E. F. Oates..onHalifax .
- >ltch'f'"t Phlladt Iphla..... .... 1.44 S pm. 0 .
peclal' Hunts\ ( l l-ing provided for t
heard the
crash of the
? . smashing; hot
New York PI nn K K. .
berth, affording perfect comfort in writing avenue, Daytona Beach Irs.Oa.tIl
or for reading at nlgbt.Flarida . . ._. t to\ta.,7th\w: ., SM Ht..... S.Mp.m. tles. Keeping this hi mind the doctor ..

L<'are Jacksonville .......... ... Mourn\ : arose at break of day, wtnt to entertaining in honor of he .
and West t Indian Limited. (Arrive Ka>annah................. 1,11 1J.In. the: friends Miss Dorothy Pease of New .
Augusta ... ... .... . K.fin pin. street in front of his hOlllt.and II .
f\ % DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches, I Charleston.- .. :: . ... s.I(1( put found Just what he expected to find I Britian, Conn., and Irs. L. M. :Murray .
Klchmond! .... .. ....fi.mH.Ill. j .
Etectric-Li i:hted Pullman Drawing Room I ... . .. . -the sidewalk and street covered .
\\ uhlnjton.. t',*)a.m. of Ocala and these ladies re-j These are the Standard Laundry Irons and
fibepbg Cars, Dining Cars. Jacksonville I I, Baltimore ............1t1.0ft.III.() : with pieces< of 11tss from theil11asht'd I 4 are .
\ \\'. L'hlladrlphlA.IY."tp.ll' : !: reared with the hostebs. 1 .
*o New York. New lork... .... .... . 1.5i:\ p.m bottles. Dr. Esch! spent } for sale by .
:Miss Franctb Smith of Cincinnati. '' .
Coast Line Florida Mail. Leart Jlu kll'Ot\\'tIIt' .... .... .. 7JA, .in. considerable time in cleaning up as S
/ Arrive HaVHnnah... ... .: .... .12(A a.m. Jest he could the pit'Ct6 of alas:,; Ohio who is spending the seasonat 1 ..
.. .. .. .. White Her ]
DAILY. Carrying Through.: Coache Charlrnton. 5.11UII./ from' Daytona Beach being Iwated
the street and walk and by this .
and -Lighted Drawing: Room .. \Cashington Richmond! . .' .:::. .llw'wtp.nt.s.(mi:p.m.Kiltlinorf. ::::. kindly act probably saved a number with Mr. and :Mrs H. G. Hunnewell} The Schantz Electric Ice .
Cars. Jacksonville to New York The i'rln
Bleeping II .. .. .... 1.:011.11I.: ,
presided the and
over punch bowl
lit paat Meal Htatlono.Lc VV. Philadelphia ... SIfl IIt.III. of automobile and tricycle' tirtt from : Palm Brach
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: J.Sleeper Jack ton vllle to Savannah. New York 7.1:511.111.: 1 being>, badly cut and spoiled Such a refreshments were a!*>;o served i in .

Best Trains to the West. I hoodlum act should bring arnt-t; for the dining room which was tasteful. i and Water Co. I ..

I the hoodlums who did it and it i>,,1 1 Ir decorated with beautiful pin: k .

a '6'"D. $... South Atlantic t I Limited So. :tI. I Note. \us, too bad they cant be brought before!l root's .\bou.t'o Lid its participattd: 9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 :rett.a.tt
0 I !132 and :.'I Montgomery Route 57aintSci: .Major Titus. If there Is anj'thing; I in this delightful social ewut
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'.Itfpm: Lv.. .. Jnck.onv1IIt! .Ar,, 'v.ISpnl I v15pmlx! .JI..IIII\III.\r. 7.:)ltlll this, city \fculive enjoys it is. to fI I f! .......I
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l.Jllamr.. \tIKntK. J.\' 11l.:! I'1II !'''-51IKIII Ar 1lItlull..r 1.\' ti.fpnt soak just such hoodlum as this. Dr. | Assembly of Notables. I99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999M
'..opm tr..IA'Ulnrtlle. I.'" 1<.'.11'11I 1.1111'11I Ar. HI r.1I11 III!lilt III .. 1.\ :X.4111)111 fclsdi made a'ain effort : The M-uillv of the notables: at Ver .

R I.Olam:45 pm 1r.tr..I11db111npoI13..Lv: .4'tnetn11ntl: It: .: vlnnni 1.111:,I :11111 !I l 7.111pn1 1,11111111: : ::: Ar.Ar . KIIIII Nu :htUl% Ili, t.y,.t :;;)am unl I look, at the automobile in to the tet dark
.10am -\r.'hll'lIgo..L\ "':JlIPllI' 7.IInm, .\r.. .. !'t.l.oIII.. . .. Lv "lplII ;i l &<: cue of the great landmark} : in /huaau Magnificent Trains a
j I \I.s.'I.u"r.. . t.hh'IIII..I.\ tI.I''IU and has since been quietly])' inHst ;at- .
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iiruj.w> n'It on aouiuit of 1t-it;! .
------- II tug: to 6*e it he can get rook of
: tut in e oiiixtiuii, Ole what it 1 led t uI > 4
No No !J Dixie Flyer Route so, t4. No. F4. I: Seminole Limited S. >a. the 1 pvipetiatot&: of the> dirty d<-edIt 4 : --
__ St S----------- -.1 :. Ill' I lo'.atr'.> the Riuty! paitts; then M i I,,i Louis.. XVI., twill;; lu great tlniiiii1ftrait : "Florida Limited"i IT t rt
ICU:\ .ili I -i dl' .illctl: 1 t tSrgt:, Ihrt'! i Ill' "Southern's U
8.26pmll.\ .. .JKk.CIIl\lIh' Ar 7Itn11t 1$. \1, .'!1 bt- fur Southeastern Limitedlti .
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; .JIHk..I1\.III. some; flying.
t 1O.,5pni Ar..11 It (.I'I"i ...."..1.\ :."11111I 111.151'11I ulpulLr..\r". ''.lVa: ,''rl.. .. Lv\r ..II\IIIII. i I ; 4 bar; tutu ?if hi. u-iltii. {but it i is. wi:!!h .
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'I (Ilallr... ... .\tlulltlt .1.\ ".1"1'11I ::::' 11II1I -\r.. ..\\II"III, 1.\ I.I: cal j this !'t i'ond WI'e'iug of the great vac.> i "Jacksonville-Atlanta Special""Florida .
t.15pu \r.....l'a'Iin.vlIIr; I.\ LA CELL .
fijiiuul FOX COMPANY
1tI"III.\r P.irtuiu luiii 1.\ .
e..4 ..mr..... l'hlrngo 1.\ !1;)lII'III ...1"r. .. (C.II".IIIII.:: .. ..1.\ \I..j,.) J 1'1111>III that lu!'iorv' >JI 1 t\''r \IK' the unit It,' ufouudly |; Special"I .
'I.m.1IIr..Mt.Loul.. 1.\ ".;))1'11I' 7.tllun .\r I'It.L'lIlh 1.\ IiStpul I COMES HERE MONDAY tonTern.'d I. The "notabltVmule : .
- The next number ol the Ivniini : up or the noiiilitj and an-t For Rates, Pullman Reservations Information-- V1.1RAILW'Y
and Call on or WriteA. "it ur>e of the season .rt the New Day-1| racy of the realty: listened to their "\\'u SO TH ..
W. FR1TOT. Division Pass. Agt W. D. STARK Traveling Pass At.JACKSONVILLE. iota theater will be the I I..a Dell-.Fox j I roar(.... anti dlplavej:: : their p ld la.,. j ----

1S8 WEST:: BAY STREET . - FLA. : OUllall, which will be seen at tht'/) awl vanity for nuc'thin;: over a i iI 1'111:111': L1:. ..

__ j I month auJ adjourii'ditbout cloin .,
----- = = theater! here Momlaj' ? |
..................................................: Marietta. La Dell has a eveninj reputation,Mis I of> i j I an.,.thni/: either for the km;: or the |It"I- i I FLORIDA SPECIAL. SOUTHERN'S SOUTHEASTERN' t ..
plo Iii t;.."u..teil with the stupidity ;and | West and.Northwest. LIMITED. .
STEAMER bring a reader who i*; 'duferent' i[t Indifference of tIt: not.ibU I.ouis ('on i Washington New York and the East. I ..!..U.I.I

OHlOka 1 River IeI'ork is unlike that of any I I 1 ,' ked the states etienil. whichv I 1.\ J.iek-onville...... ..... ;.40 a, m. _
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Cherokee ; I
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: other lyceum i \r Atlanta .. ...... ..... i
readers All) her Hornhers I rt>niMiseil| of n'. :t'."'iit:itives of the lit.t- i 5.00 p. m. Lv Jacksonville.......... 9.00 a. m.1.10p.m.. .........j
F p. m.s.OO Lv Savannah .............. .
lulltj. ( and third -lui
: .1' Lleorge Foand Mi clergy estate or | : : ]I .\ Cincinnati ............... a. m. Lv Columbia .............. 6.40 m. .
**; Crawford are iKropU"' Maddemd bv the eoiitemptu i iou Ar Louisville ..... ...... p. i ir .
.r. a. m. Ar Washington ........... i>.53 a. m.
:. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. : I lore than supports( for Miss I.a IK 11. I > tnMtn: !''iit they received at the j ji Ar Chicago! ..................5.25. p. m. Ar Baltimore .............10.02 a. m. ..
11The They are anus in their respective i) hands of n.>l>U-*. ti" ileU'sates of I lie :( Ar Cleveland.................3.15 p. m Ar I'hiladelphia..I2.L'3: : m..1r .
lines, Mr. Fox third ....* ite orjinireil Iheui" c'lvex' I Detroit ................... p. i .
i e largest; fastest and only boat stopping at the was featured at the I ( : : teat* :J 4.00 p. m. Ar: New york.............. 2.31 p. m. .
'i};e 01'sx! as a child-wonder on the the national .tvs: -'tnlilv.hi Ii in turn I Iormi1.t"tl < .
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J upper cabin. : I{ piano, His t : the rt"'lIl tiun.Xl'YIl1'1o, :j_ .
; work on the viol:n planshull ; FLORIDA LIMITED. JACKSONVILLE.ATLANTA .

t : :1! ; in the front rank union n the \blt'l'i '.in. - --- --- I I l li i I West and Northwest. SPECIAL. II

: First-class Lunch and Souvenir Stands greatest" violinists in thetrrnrn.M: L:,* Between : Steam f
at the Cabin. : Jacksonville and Atlanta
Did You I .I ... .. .
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:.... )........................................ 1....1t .. topnino i twtord voice has a fU Beautiful' ra: -!'i hill; Did you evernhistle: merrily as you J \T':rita ... ... 5.20 a.p. m. I Lv Jacksonville -. .. ... -..-,(1) p iii.1r ..
( \! ,,1-i \. .-.--.{:; '!-;: ;:;' --------:- - ----- -- ". ,.', \ibltand. ui!.. a d '.1 i combed' jour hair on the morning aft- < I ;u-vill j; |,. .. . s.5.') p m \r :Macon .. ...4 J"a: nt.1' .
tint 'l'uLy.: Mi \11.- A .. d i ask: i I rr the might ht'ffln-'' St JuiU Poxt J \ I I lltl'lltl'!: ... S3.i' p. in Ar Atlanta... ..... .. .... 7.45. a. III. I Ir' U
| Steamers U.S.A.I l; It. :.I l-" i'!" t t''::.. t i '," ,:\ ' : : I \ : i ':mnt : ... 743 a. UI.r --- ..

Louisville _ on _____ ___1.N.u. 1. II I \t !1I"'f"t': ... .. .... ';JO a..tea. Asheville N. C. : .
t noon Jacksonville ..... .. 't 00 a m. t r.
- - - - - ------------- w I 1'' 'h. i.1:'.". ('11.. in.:J"i: m. \ Asheville .. .. ......7 00 a. m .
t aodNashviIleRailroad AND Constitution i C I 1' 'n t'!b.. *', !,ib.... "I"a in .\rCiucionati.. ''00 a m. I
I .. Pal met!
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I ei -- and i : Hotel I D spland. Daytona. Fla Jacksonville Fla. ..

1 Montgomery Route. l II. JNO. L. MEEK. A. G. P. A.. Atlanta. Ga. .
1 .I PALM\ BEACH : I i ..

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Lv' Itirmiiiglmin: ...1-.22 pin 4 t Siu

Lv :Nu hv'ille ... ...... ;'.5:' pin I Y tn I Ocean
.. : Leaving! Daytona Saturdays : arc larger
I Ar >t I uuii, IAN 7 40 am i; and vice is a

-- --- --- ; Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. : :r-----------. on apph]

.) Dixie Flyer Route. ;: bound South. ."! :'. ;, '"..I i ::....ee
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I. Jad.ot1\'illt', .\.C. L.. S.25 pm !, Leaving Palm Beach Saturdays : i I Io : STEAMER SWAN

j Lv I'll ittanoogi: . ...1131 am !: I and Tuesdays at 9:00: a. m. I Write or Inquire on the Premises No 39 South. Ridgewood Avenue .1...i iTH
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South Atlantic Limited. I no \\ 1th e 1;el'tnt'! attouuno, ations and service lighted by .
I Fresh miU

i LvJ.il'k<') l\'ilIe.A..l.I .. S.1."> pin ; E. C. TIME I TABLE ele.tnclty and capacity for sixty cabin passengersis .

Li Knuxville, I I.. .\: :N:\ U.JO pm : now being operated betweenDAYTONA
McCOY BROTHERS JA'.t,1R1'v.. IVIt I : 1T1K
r Ar uuinnati . S 45 \plea .
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Ar Louisville .40 ::- I i I
pm ; and
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Seminole 17 M7 i tit :sa'u
i Ar Indmnipoh!. I (05 am Limited au a. ..... M." 1I a",

SOLID TRAIN I 1' --' ;; 1 lap II-!, ::i .a,I J.,1o, I- .-1: -: I PALM BEACH I :e.....
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1 Louis\ille\' & I ash\'ille\' R. R.T R. f This schedule is published as a matter of news to readers of : and Intermediate Points through the Picturesque Halif.it : ..

4jl Op0 the DaiK New; and not dS an' and In I .
il.w River
t r. t B. WALKER, fla. Pass. l, advertisement S Route. !f I .......
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:i< "118 W.Bay St J Jacksonville/ flllCAfifl SI. LOUIS' I Leave Daytona Thursdays 8:00: a. m. :

1 f i.\.,...,. ........... .,......... . ..........:: ..4 .. Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8:00_a ns i .

: j r.e.ea..M..a. BOND LUMBER I : .'R I : "" f I .. .
I. COMPANY If \ :\\D SI I \11I I \. \1
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: i i ii o : : i Marurartuters! of ASK
.. \i. i .'I'!, i.iiAI : ' ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS li :MR. FOSTI-U: I ; : 11 c,
; : at ..\ ::111.1 ;. t :.\t.' 1.li. ..r I -. ..i tolli.i :' I II'' LUMBER .
: K.' . Laths Shingles Flooring. flit t i .
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1'.1\,1.,, Ceiling Brick Lime and Cement In Stock! : __ \:1.: l Alll l SI'( D1ONOPLKATLU : \ .
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I I .I....................... hi.:1.: J 1 ; 11 I Ie 1- R. J- MALBY. Manager I __ _____ COAST TRANSPORT ATION> I .
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The best : ; SEABREEZE :
kinds of j :
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arket. t -- j ji .f Daytona, Florida 1 1I I i\I! -4U! (Continued from first page :. ,t FLORIDA .:

1 >-'i! p;ropr.aiiocs, for ths ma' exit'-r 1
i v 1 : Absolutely :
: F. C. Gaun.es of Urbana, Ohio: :a : ('ant),;, however, ai.d for prep-.ir.nsi: 'M.

IR s j L. M. WAITE' Owner and Manager. I! 'I' friend: of Dr. P. Fl. Beane: t. ::s ague the militia:! ha gii time for In,)ni'i, : Fireproof :

..1: t I. ', :t at the Gables. I <-A preparation: in advance of t..iciitasion. -
[ any condition. :\ )! Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all I: : H

r\.. {, t Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern I II: : Recent arrival a: the Desplacd Understanding: :all 1 this: tai." inFortant : Now Open :

:J include L A Derby: F J Fleaimins*. i purKseh'ch the l 1' 0> !n I .
Convenience. Send for Booklet. I :ud: wife Lowell: Mass. Cole DaaJej. : i iSeabreere.
rage. i! situation serves :is quite: atrp.t[ "L; : Booking Offices
CONCERTS DAILY I.: .ia.-kaonvi.le. Mrs II V Becker. 11 wile' I II The army is being! gn; a pr'l" : ;.- Florida E. L. POTTER President .
MUs Mary Evfrdon If she 'f'! .1 I :..n B Croekeite:, Clyde.! O. J Levy I test in the lesions l witch: have l>t-"- i : Hotel Blackstone Chicago; :
Summer Addr.s.TLAXTIC: HOL'HK.! Narrnriins.-tt! P1.-r. Ubotl.Iiitmtl.! .! : and wife.: Bradford, Pa. 1180 Broadway, New Yurk W. S. KENNEY, Manager .
I taught: during the last six or t Uh .
1N.1l/0/e.1N00N Z NNNNN0/N..NNNN................N.......: years and to make this: test; e.r, ,"- ....................................................i i
Late arrivals: the hotel ,
at Cir are - - -- - ----
tire the same condi'ioj, are nit: 000000000.., ....iN.ONAO.0/0..0.0.NNON..N.0.NNN.NNNt. i'hilip: II Ard. New York City t J I I.tilick P being observed as woa'd: o' tarn: :. .... .: I
: Philadelphia.: I'a, S C Sellers f Located ,the Most Beautiful t I
did ; .1
an emergency: exist requiring a
: Inn
I.e I. : RIDGEWOOD II i Batinort'Id.: : V PIcXeil.: mobilization of the army for :(Lice ii Saratoga_ Spot on the Halifax River... ... i iI
THE W B Isbell. New Haven, Coon :11' i I
I.I duty in carrying out some actual aggressive JOHN J. McGUIRE, Proprietor. I i
C Milner
Atlacta.1I5S:\ S E Cooley
I .' = i or defensive purpose. INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better in
E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. Toledo 0V G Marsh, Jackson; WE
II "The unsettled situation: in 11 xko : Table of the best of everything in season. Terms as reasonable ass ]
ville. I
.'. 1 II at the present time lends jut that the service will permit given on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No. 11299O9499G999
NOW OPEN. i touch of interest and furnishes jus'
Late arrivals at the Saratoga Inn .499999999999999999999lt999999Qe999999999THE
1 I that suspicion of hidden possil. ilitU.;
i are Mr and Mrs Willard Welch and
sweating All departments be managed by white Northern help, i son, Willard, Boston P A Peterson which will stimulate all concerned to :..NN....N..S.........N..........................
over a I I best endeavors. If the present mobilization (
to ; selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white and wife Kockfofrd Ill, Mr and :Mrs i BENNETT i t tj ti
lays trying get of troops(: becar.se: of th secontemperaneous i
; T Waldron., Soatsburg! X YIr:
one on time when help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : events, f'tt: ;; tin- DAYTON. FI.OKIDA. Z '
:Mrs\ X Y
> and T P ShepardCavel'ly ,,
: public attenticn the gmu N.5. "(p. ii 4r,! !t.'i.!'. t'riMl, -. n.i'; ItiKt. .i tlf III" "nil aulinE..n;, ; ', lit eat! \ ii. and .K.: .
with all the delicaies of the season, cooked and served by the : J H Belt :Miss Ada Belt, Cleveland upon progress I. \N: K.: (I""IIII'1! ' Kiivfnn.; ,, I Hn KI im. u is Iii" 't-i ;inss in. t a i \ part irular. Tinii .
; toward a higher effh-i i'tlcy ,,1111" ., tunwhile I,I . iiKNii-rii, IUMIM i hournkt'tttuu.pirT .
: .IP -I'IIII"| : mi nip 1( m. -t u Denial
1! O. J 0 and wife :Mrs II J Murphy
Eddy ,
and Ie.utllrn l l I'I 1i )uiil l. |{ wtMid Two It'll- .
: Chefs ana Waitresses obtainable : > r H a on > n:" > \n: ttulii' iiM-niif.
finest I I.f which has been made by the : .
: Orange Mills, Fla. inourt-. _::u,5.( ill.I! I wn! I I" "I|H ,11', III', '.. ..It."th..f April.& .
IC[ IRON I Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House Shelter Island, N. Y. i i since: the war with Spain, and upon' : Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages, Marblehead, Massachusetts. Z

.f Late arrivals at the Whiner are the importance and: value of the character ....................0........ .................N
:....N/N0/NNO............e.NNO.NNe..........1 which its
g Mr and :Mrs Peter King, Springfield, of the train: ; now i
I being: given our military forces it .....................................................
: Mass 5, Dr 0 C Reynolds and wife, I

..............I...............11..................I.l.1 I4 noln.eob., T B Reynolds: :;, Regina,, will have served another purposefully I THE PROSPECT
i Canada, II P Hankirs and wife, as important as any that mightbe

: THE PRINCE: GEORGE i: Miss Hankin, :Miss Mary Ward,, suggested by our very general lad I 109 South Ridgewood Ave. i t_

:lira C E Cobb, Conneaut, 0, Mr Don- of information about the foreign relations I
DAYTONA FLORIDA : 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post.office.
: ivan and wife. Chicago Ill, Mr and of the nation. Steam Heat

.. : Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors : :Mrs Jas G Da"islks: L L Dare,; I ./tsK. Mr. Foster p. J. DOYLE, Proprietor. <
Ia Brooklyn, X Y.Mr. The Roman Forum. '
Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. : The Forum teas originally.: a marketplace 999999999999999999999999999999 >999999................ t

Irons and are : Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. i : and :Mrs.\ Frank H. Darrow of and only by degrees.: became the ........................ .............................
center of Itoman civic and jxMtlcal L
New York, and Mrs. C. D. Palmerof ,
: Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. the life. About H. ('. 470'; it Ixvauie' ( the 1 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. j
Boston :
are guests at HOTEL SENECA
= Steam Heat Throughout. : Gable :Mr. and :Mis. Darrow are place of assembly of the i people' 111 J rofiNKK:' : ITVAI.' AN1: U (.'('EAN.: HTH. J i

: White Help in Dinind Room. Will Remain OFen until May 1st U Ua : friends of Capt. Howard Reed who their tribes and 1 was gradually adorned : .. ENTIRELY NEW. ..
aS with temples and other great public .
;tric Ice The Prince Of orge Pier Js the only Inmllng; In I' .>.tcr.u> ferjM.. AufuMInt iiI: was! here several winters ago with buildings. The Roman l'llm-the : Albert Bennett, Proprietor C. R. Bennett Manager :
his excursion boat the Belle Harbor,
= Palm Bench toati. Particulars with pleasure.Same : A'rll'olt i at Athens: alone exceptwl-' heat idol! I'honr In Kvi-ry:
: A Mot I Hue.' for Ntr- P..op'''' Kuiiiiiiii/ / ; Wiitrr. strain :
and were directed here by Capt.
is most thrlllingly lnttresting
i Itlllll. \Vhit! "hi.' 1'I.I.-. Thwll hll"t..
Co. : Management as THE BRISTOL, Astnry Park. N. J. : Uet-il, who when here was a gu< tit of si I'ot on earth to such as know : ,/fjfi Mr. Foster :

I t .flolli" Mr. Foster II the Gables in company with his wife. and npprwlate the nrulng-t:: "f his .....................................................

............ ...I.m.................I.ru.I...1.I.r.Ie11.1.I....I.11t - tory. I'rom the Forum came for august : .- .-..-.--.-.-.-.-.-.-...--..-..-.-..-..- .-............-...-....-.-.-.-...-...-.
Among the numerous arrivals in laws: ; which governed; the than .

the city during the present} : busy known world for more than a thousand NEW SEASIDE INNThis H H, MANWILLER. Proprietor j
...........................................Iir...... ea.son.; ; we ha\",,' inadvertantly ltegk'ta years. DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA r,

..0.ttN00.M00 .. 1 d to mention the presente!: in: i __ J new and select '..umlhotel 1'as just been enlarged and refurnished: :

NEW GABLES : : out midst so to speak of a distiuKiiittheil I Raising Chickens. for the season 1910-11 t to meet: tl.e: i equipments of its sjrowuijj patronage. *

5 THE i. I son of Italy. That i i-s, ht The snbtirlKi! man was all svm t Furuace Heat Hot and Cold= Baths Electric and Gas Ljj-hts Call Bells :

rains can be dutiuguishtd iby cite,; habit patby."What's: : Rates S2.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application *

r. Daytona, Fla. I IU :''of carrying a musical device with r tht' 'trouble, my dear's" h- "Miiuii"" : t \ildi.. : 1111-:1.1, : I M II K\ /Fi'c'IIn/ : : < ;' (;iiov' '1.1.,; I .
n..Jll. a- ho gone home and found tiltwife .
41 IF >. NEW HOUSE CENTRALLY I him, and because he is accompunI I ; In tears."Ttroubie ..... ......................o........................ r
LOCATED. EVERY i ---- --- ---
I r I \ by i Simian cousin, adorned with -
..Limited" % ERN CONVENIENCE AND : I < I enough./ sobbed bin young ..............0.H.........S0........................ t
COMfORT. .. .. .. 0 a ifil cap and armed with a tin ('up 1 wife.( "You k-ku'.w),; that five d-dollar!
)ccialnILWT iii1 .l ---- sold ? Well. I'
N I incubator the man me
I r." Sleam Heat Throughout : :: Roistered: at the Gables: :Mrs\ C[ esplod Hlay and Mew all the (-hl.! .- "The Ivy Lane Inn"S3.00 !

Z s K Fbht'r.li.- u Aimee I'Lherlill:; : ens through the ro..t." .
S. H. MOSELEY : I "Oh, dlt't'r? Martha. Tli- : A H:;h Grade House ulelln 10 the must psrticutar: pecple.; Cectral location.
I : IK-K.I'.S|' : .Minn, Mr and Mrs\ II A j well up. :
and S4.CO day S17.50 and higher week..
Proprietor. IliTchenberger and daughti r, Mrs man said it would rais rliirkrns. and per per
.. :Imi-tftn., Th\I"lIoll..hII,1 l : : :Sows., : WM. W. rOL TZ. Proprietor :
I' : P..rW.Tli.i N. Y,. dill >np "UIIIIII"l'tll l K\elyu Cooper Mis\ : W L :MHligan.Bellaire ;; you !see" it did. ThL-ago Open November to May. .

.- .r ..our'w. at' qse o. 1\111.\ I 0, Mrs L L Allen, I Kansas I ----- -- : JI-I1.., Mr. Foster :
1 Where Gannets Swarm.
N'S< SOUTHEASTERN t : jk Mr. Foster 1IIISISIoIo1 Oity Mr and Mrt> .1 W :Morton and I One of the !?'.'-.1! rvnrirkaMe! : sights 0.N........N............O.......0...0.a.......01!..

Aou. Minneapolis! :Minn\ Mr and :Mrs ; -----
LIMITED. : .1.I.r.......Io0.........ISISI.........III I \\' }F Shumway. Fort Plain X Y. Mr in the worid is I'.ird i tand. in SouthAfrica .....0.............. ...-..........................
New York a.d the East.Inville .
that during
for ti<- ri<"" ;
i ilah. and Mrs John Knight, Springfield. some monthof! 111.! 't''r: it is literally E. H. PURDY. Prop J I| I
........... 9.00 a. m. ..r.ror.r.0..11.r.r.r01.............................. Mass.: I I Covered with ,:IIIII.t."t. :' a foot of THE SEVILLE Daytoua, -- Florida'
... .......... 1.10p.m. N -. !! I j [
II'n Day
I i. to :anywhere.
ia ... .......... 6.40 p. m. I' ground ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON.
.. I : Recent arrivals at the 1tiJgewo'dinclude after day th 'il"'alJtl.' of ganncts; : trut GREATLY i
Igton .... .. .. 8.53 a. m. THE HAMILTON i
around and tllt.an'. so dos I to vai-h Surrounded Grounds, in the most! delightful part of. the City I E
j by
lore .............10.02 a. m. S IS { Mr and Mrs:\ Jas .\ Thou p-
1 Other that the whole island 1 : st-vms actually I The quests; receive the best the markets afford in the dining room, and every
-Ilihia..12.23 p. m. I :i iU Mill, Hangor Me, GeoV May r and '
[ork. ............ :2.31 p. m. New andSFirst Class iU I' alive. Those who have st--n : comtort and Convenience: that a well regulated hotel can otter to the public. I
rite, Kwulins Pat John \V DuFour and.wife
this that It Is wlu.'h, ....C...1104I
sightty one ........ ...eoMeeM..MN.
--- IU II FmlV Hogers and w ife. : t Ii i''!- can iifr l t.,- t T"rl."ttl'u, - - ---- ----.-- --------------- - -- It

tONVILLCATLANTASPECIAL. I' 1 wuuker, \V S Ailing and wife, Sid"> ........I..I..J..I..I...l.l .............. .4

: Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Hells i iN iI: [ iJ Alliiis.! :Mr\ and Mre,; I.' (' Chi.nai| : , : 1\VIOMA! H I X llidd I no'N manage5 : 11 i
Jacksonville and Atlanta. ''Norwu-h: Conn, II P llepb :srn. \li, i.Ilrjllrt" i.i -.- TI he Cleveland 1
: i I ,, u ,? .tlly,! 1:1:Rut 1 ,." ,,, ,MC :
Elegant Rooms, with or v\ ithoutUaths ::\ :: Norina I KI "
Hepburn i ,
elite ......S.oOp. in. .II' . SIMPSON\
1N \v. J.
.....4.35a' rn. : IS !t.\t :land O.1 I Shtan: NMr \\ 1 > ". : .1,1' !':,:' K,..: :' ;" ,tI- Prop. : I

. ...7.45 H. in.Lsheville : 1 I and Mrs:! .I II Emery, I Dr a: Ii 1 \r-: ....=S..B. ......r. c.r.>tse'resreretsoteltetr.zarereta.rea I

Inhn, FV..':, 1., Ms!! Marjo1: ?
N. C. : I. \ Proprietor I IS 1
1 it.-ton; F.I: I 1'h..- . 1tIILl : .. 1 7 1 oS4aJ 'c ela8ee s iti01= aOOta(8Ote3L: N O *toeeCitOQi )
1\111. . ..9.00 a. in.h I Ia
..700u.111) ---. -- -- '
It' .
Lati .. S.OO ft. in. : Palmetto AvenueS'k MrCoster DAYTON: \. F1.OKIDASCHMIDT'S ; I/it t. a. \ H i : i TI-IE AUSTIN !

: h''. ,I ..udlt''s Utnl.'irallli i .r.I.g.I.I...............I......ISII.I.....1.1.I.ISRISISIOr \l\ xIHlt'; ;S't\ ,: I ..dad l I"" I. I II. II. 'i! OXERLOOKiNG i THE HALIFAX DAYTONA, FLORIDA

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If f ,. I\rkH..., .NVII.K.KI.V.I : -- - (Cli. 'a'I';! '. ; i i. \1 Mi'iK'ii.i'' d 1. i ito. 3 G.V.. S\VAy! I PWII.et,1.1 : t f I
n minui.i-at.-with i ... .1..r.r.1.I.ISI00ISIIere.SISIel. :
1 rt IeISIeIIi ( r.iuui: !. \1:ss C'latwliU: C >,1 Het end Cold Water I t ''s
Steam Keat. :
PETTIT. D. P. A.. Eleeli.c Lights and Can Bells. ,'
Jacksonville Fla. I .Moiitnv'ar.atla.:!t) : .1 Sw.it. i: i ixillf. : i t -
HOTEL I .... ...-c..lGeiltHioeC.... .
Lnta. Ga. i : I : I'a. Mrs t.' A Ru.t"i: ........ a.ssmeasa .o> fe .+

: Henry SchmidtIProprictor, Daytona, Florida 1 : Miinihii-; Mi* M C KnowKoiiers !'' .- \'

\99999999999999999.WAN of the Halifax River. "cne mile frcm Atlantic I : Mis Lt*w s 1 Ik'I.olle: ''ic I MH..C........HMoe..COeoc.8CK..e.-......eoSN..

: Situated on the bank suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms sS : Tt.\ n, Me, M:,ys:; Grate \V I . ,I .
single en
has rooms ;
S Ocean. It fifty MKS I D. J. UMl\1INlS.1 f fAn
are large, airy, and nearly: all have sunny exposure.! The cuisine! and service I: Marta; :, NVwark. X J. Ciw t :" "ti. i THE PINES Prl.'rnc "'
: is admirable. Rates, $3.00 per day and ur-l Sreciallratts:! icr| t ,nilicson :! I \V .lewett .laksonvi'lr.! <,'.1'>< .

: application. U : l.ovt-ttf and Wife: G! A K ;' ' attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct I r ,

---I' 41.10Ile1................raeercr1.1.1.1.L.I......11r I iiui witV, Mt <'? f" f-xa:..i., 1 i supervision oi the proprietress. Ii li -

338 South I Ridgewood i Avenue, DAYTONA, G 3 V

Thf ;:ltinn, .".Ulld, vt New Sn: > !rh.i, i San, c ii.i, ,aut.Iit, .1- the N .A M.i{ni'li.t. Ashuiv I'.uk. N LRIDA'I jSII j i

.. .ISISISI. I S I I I S I S I S I S I S I S I I I S!1.: u .i-i n tli,- i\.t\,' t.>ttay; \vth':: a I i-t''v Mme I dt'-d..1.- i D.H> ,'na Thl..t-I ..*...N.............. *. *.................* ...*.+ ) t

01'" 113 South Ridgewood Avenue. : : \.111 I.lt ;.... I II trr M r ''i 1 J4

service, lighted by I :: Fresh milk, vejetables-and (fruit on the place." Furnacejheat.( RATES: S2.CO per 1 1 s eeNe e. I The Willmer I The OSBORNE ;1,! I.4:it: 1

ibis passengerstween ,:lay and up;"S12.00 per week andup.N . I I I I \ ,. t, I' A. l" CRNiPn'p.. I I;t -J

I!I rS-p'gf.(1! l lI I '. ... Roost Only Modern: Convenient= : )d
: rjk Mr. Foster MRS. CELESTE HINKS Proprietress. ,I L. .1' K 11'I !
i .i Ir1 I r_", _! :'_ t I ,hI... Slk 7ee .and Tl:- (OU j.ci: dry ;:fl

iI S .1..........0......N.Io1.I.....1.....ISI.Ie1.I.r.I.i F.\ 1 vV I I k.tt.! +t."del.tlt: Steam Heated J.2 SO to K'S.bOO<_...;"., ,J''d 11*Orange ick. Ave t f I. '; J

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.':.,", .c.::..,. ';: .E Z : :: .y ,:.":,:},:,:;J-,. I Provided For In Advance. I Will -- I IORbtOIiD-ON-iHE-HALiipy--T( ;'. t' : lMORE
.:: ;:.'B tlr I, A playwright in an interview in Ness Food Prices t
.:' ... >. ... :-(' York said that without attention to tht: / .; ,
ii : AlIA 'tfOYD I. S miles \ IN THE PRE
I :: rt.0 Y'ri minutest details tii -itri-al success: I
":hof Daytona, .
i J ld.IJW'! could rarely be nttainod."And Never Return tow *>d on the west Drive'Sfni1M .
-"" idd vl. ilns.!! "', i
( "en
he .
yet. '
=--=--_;;:.., -=-_- --_...:: ?--- tt the Halifax
virtue of ittiMitoi! to details t
grand the location \ Pastor Russell
Thus! a.i Their Old Standard.
may be mrrli'd: to oiss. : +n permits eeptivo AdditiI
IABRIiEZE and DAYTONA ;i certain playwright s.-ifd! at rehearsal! : Drainage and
CHAS. F. S BEACH, two enterprising and DAYTONA : i to his leading man: .:t sanitation; To I I Contained In
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progressive towns on the Hali- after IS LITTLE CHANCE I elevation Is In. Bibles but St
Now. remember John j'ou
BURGMANTHE. fax Peninsula are geographicallyone BEACH I speak thN: line "IIt-len. I will save you CHERE EVER RETURN- I .rb and Ideal for Ormondju cause Not Fou

a- rate although municipalities.incorporated The towns as sepa-parallel PHARMACY though I perfsli.'!: pim"t'; and wait for ING TO THE OLD LOW I There Are Not I Ida'.ntr bridge homes.coni A- trTafetrdit \" Moulded MSS.-One Acc of

the peninsula north and south the applause. STANDARD. i oct! Ormond with over that\ hew
REAL for a distance of from three and one- James F. Dobbin "But the leading man sin-eml and I trmond Beach. "ourlf6. MUllc at gait alp Flies Cause tl;

ESTATE half to four miles and extend east Proprietor BEACH answered cynK-ally: Only ONE-THIRD of the total Enough Producers. I :Many fine homesire C'lub I 11m house now stop II ment to Stink
of 'Uo,, do know there'll he any maintained just
and west from the surging seas you on acrop the .t
of the i3 i
MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything U.uallyOarrlf'd applause?* population country ither aide of the at BRrr'pos

River, the beautiful tide water Class Drag In a 8tor First *. 'Th: t 1.4: my business not yours. now engaged in producing food i :ivr,most of them Cot..Batlta.
FOR stream that sets them apart from answen-d with nrrounded by sub
John: the plnywrijiht: -
Daytona with which they have close Our Prescription. for the remaining two-third3. This Topical flora and )
SEABREEZEBOUSE Department 1 Oom- calm tontidene..B.1IIIIr. tll:1
communion by means of three plete In every will be shown by statistics to be issued ihrubbery! ,besides CALL ON !
bridges, as well as a half-hour ferry BespectPhone1 thrifty orange and OR WRITE
DPED BOUSE What the World Lost. the bureau. achy citrus fruit TOUOR !
: service. by census Only 3y WILLET M. HAYS. Acting .
Float 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are "It was. :: the worst calamity that: ever trees.
winter ** two generations two thirds of Secretary of the Departmentof Ormond has I : 19r13ToR
essentially summer and resorts happened to w.. sighed the pale Intellectual ago many

and are making hundreds of I I high brow'd young woman. the population was enraged in pro- Agriculture. I Idnciio .ttractloexcel T
S01TAG new friends every year amorg those BRAlCH **I had written a modern s.cfefy novel l. remrkable -nt antotaoblllJTg THflpl i
: who desire to escape the discomforting To this reversal is THE HIGH COST OF LITIXG rood fishing safe I t'S13ISS.
: complete to the lat chapter and a
extremes of heat and cold and I' touting, and many ORMOND
: careless servant girl gathered<< the MAINLY DUE.
; INVESTMENT[ their hotels and boarding housesare NICHOLSONFEED : oltmsant drives- : III' IN ANY and were |
receiving splendid patron- sheets'of the manuscript; from the the increase in At Ormond Beach WAT
now AND LIVERT One of the other big factors has been great gold INTERESTED Word of God If I If II
: age from the most discriminatingclass floor, whero the wind had. b'own! them I H located the large IN \
'COMPANY of tourists. STABLE and nod th-'in! to start a tire In the and exchange paper, such as checks. WITH MONEY PLENTIFUL lotel Ormond and ORMOND PROPERTY: f or later. Mon
The itself, with its marvel 's lesser stater the OR of the untruthf\
w ocean All Orders Given grate. PRICES IXCRE.SE.Vith production lines ORMOND: f
Desirable hard macadam and trvtton Inn. The BEACH It true that]
ous beach as Prompt AUt'nUonC "What a Imrnlnx shame that was!" I Ii'. Will Give Is
Locations in smooth as a floor is the greatest attraction ; other than farming products rapidly increasing it is rIDer occupies aoltlon BUill; Your ; Gospel of Chri>|
rpfol Drivers rom 1ll PI!t t'\1 Miss T.I srtun.-Chicago nest Prompt
although earth, air and sky > overlooking
of Faml i tar with Roads I Attention with Impunity
part should thoses4industries.
any combi- Tribune. but natural that men turn
seem to have entered into a many the Halifax,and without
-- -- -
Seabreezcomf'I nation to enhance its every charm. I :i" latter has a5 Its -
The beach is the famous automobilerace E. A. BRANCHReal Manners Vsrsjj Mannerism.There's 'look: the magnlnt Is nothing shor]
world's I diftVreiice betweenmanners "' how much the demand for other . know better
course where every Estate Afieut a:1st No matter prod -: beach and the
: Evftnsvtlle, straight.a way record has been made, nnd nrnnn'ri.m.: For Instance ,road Atlantic.Besides JAS, CUffiU ,verses and to
P Indiana, And Beach I'ottages: i, ;t ucts may increase, men can eat only a certain amount theories of Dhj
records it continues to
B'abret>ze,Florida and all these aHpeclullyFITZGERALD mannerf! : k"s its soup softly the broad, ORMOND PLA
hold without rivalr. and gtdetiyhi!, mmn-ri) Burgles! of foo,I. Therefore tho only thing that can affect smooth beach there Manofacturerof much a crime
The beach has a width of 300 to r<- many drives for Pure God as to take j
SOO feet and can be used from two It. Manmrs f stays: 'Tarss: tlic the sale of food is the INCREASE: IX THE NUMBER 'nrrlages! and automobiles Home-Hade Today I inviter
L 1. 6URDICK SELDEN'S j please." wiio! uaniierNin! bites, a COAVA <
hours after until two hours before OF CONSUMERS.: other lines around Or- JEIU[ "dead files"
chunk out of a i H-e (It bread and I Progress along
CONTRACTORand high tide, thus giving! an average of })A YTOS.\ REACT( I I 'iiond-drt w to and MARMALADES' .God's Word, wl
stutt. "Slip: tin- the grease: wli! 1 AND
BUILDER seven or eight hours for automobiling will not affect food. hroui: h groves of
Octtttges Hpttclalty Dry Goods, Shoes, TROPICAL do with twistliij
each ? Detroit I'nv 1'rcss.
some part of day. you 1 ;old -n oranges;
11t1Catesfurnished Seabreeze and Daytona Beach each Men's Correct I THE ONLY THING THAT WOULD MAKE LOW PRICES CERTAINFOR drives thrOUJth trop- PRESERVESoa livered to the
All Work Ouar- Wear I Ie
-g anteed.5ebreeze have a permanent population of approximately The Contest. A LONG TIME WOULD BE A CONTINUATION OF BANNER t I. .il forests to Bpunlh Funny Orders stance the clots
1500. Sanitary ordinances Actors from i ruins drives to tOMUT AVAUIC AT| Prayer--
"All said the earnest citizen .
Florida The t'\t'u..ldt' Inn men. PanAmerican .
are strictly enforced, stree's "are horn equal.. II :hf ancient Cuuw.ir **- o Thin I.I the
and sidewalks are well kept and Mr.'llafferty. I built by slaves west India EXposl.
that replied -
new streets arc' being opened as fastS t "They are I -- "- >f planters of long; tloo-'harlPltol1
V.C.GRANTPLUMBER A.'ANDf\ VORD "ISut they don't stay equal after Louisiana Porehwe These words,
the increasing population demands Use Short Words. <> and drives to E3po"IUODRt.LoUIJAIOUNDGROYf:
I they"rt.bl enough to pet together In I A Shock For Tennyson. should be fount
plantations ofnuipitaMe
x Besides hotels and aspirants should religiously
boardinghouses Contractor for Literary (
If asked Holman Hunt
3' the schoolyard"'ash1ngtoll Star. any one But they at
( Water, steam slid there i* ample cottage acco-< MASON WORK eschew iiolysyllabio l orthography.. The settlers
I tiik Kitting about persons he would tell delightful whose places are re- They are. the
modation for all winter visitors in of All KindsConcrete philosophical' and (philological substructure
frank anecdotes] .
Commendable Caution. concerning maybe pl.-te with the i Interst as additions m
shone 105iBDAYTONA : both towns. C'urhlngs of this principle' is ineluctable.Excessively .
tUdt.'t\ulk.Ii,t'te. **My son, remember thismarryingon the great men he knew and loved and of Houthern after Matthew]
FlAKIDAPINEHURST RKAOH All the attractiveness of Seabreeze I DAYTONA REACH a salary has been the salvation of attenuated verbal svin- |j measured exactly.I He liked a spice lit. fruits and flowvrs.On ORANGeSand These words w applies to Daytona Beach the two bon,, Inevitably Induce unnecessary "'o?the most In-
many a young man. i fun in everything: too and his face faith of the
towns beiiig so similarly situated. I. "I know dad. But suppose my wtfe'Ihould complexity and .fllI..IUt'utl exaggerate j beamed as: he described a walk withi t'T'-atlng of tb !iplantation. Kingdom of 3 J
I the obfuscation of of '? Is at the
The of the mentality
develjpmeat Daytona Beach lose her salary?"-ClevelandLender. i! Tennyson he had lately taken. They li"iulwiitfr of the I GrapefruitBest changing from
Peninsula has been fully is phenominal as its t & the I..rust..r. 'onversely.. esprsh.iuuswWch : ;: heard footsteps behind, and the great Halifax and knownas All through
lIrl VttDaytona sister on the north and each year ar. redud to the furthermost man frowned. "How they dog us, Moundgrove. It Grown second coming I
Beach: there is a substantial growth. The OATES minimum of simplification and '-c mpartness. Grove on St Aug11lo
Dear at the Prie. ,; Hunt! How shall we escape them? i-oiw of the finest glory to establil
Modern l ConvenlenUraaonablo. I tine Automobile
.''8. tint's great sand dunes have been leveled LAWYERS McClubber-The footpad "Moneyor tiesides contributing realistic "Just sit on the stile till they pass," cringe groves oa the Rood 10 filet glorify the Ch!
and handsome homes have been your life!" so I gave him $2. Mrs. i iMcClubber t'l verisimilitude institute H much less said the matter of fact artist. They .K.ft: Cost of Florida HOTKL North ORMOXr! of for the end off
Mn. W. H. Freeman built for boh: onerous handicap! to the reader's perspicacity. and U amid
winter and all did and wry the time '
Proprietor year Dayfoaa. Fla. -Huh! You're alwaj* g .t-i I su. two lads iu knickerbockersmarched as jrntimcnt
o round occupancy. ting stuck. r.IllyTuck.! I by swingiiig; their sticks! and pretty surroundingsMouutlgrove Beed Knox Pn' cuuitf li
Observe, for Instance.; the mimStak Is on
II !
i 1 not their heads. came popular
- --- even turning Tennyson th, Beed Comp L:1 j
able and ofonutuatopa \
Inescapable' expressiveness: : 1
*************************** *** ********* ********* * Bravery has no place whore It can I 'tic. Interjectlonal, monosyllable i was chapfalleu. Augustine;, coutL BCLOW Po'toflcl I were re.1i'tcaprevailed
aVAil nothlnJohnon., : Du you know Hunt, he said "I do- I IJ moat
Promptly executed atGazette utterances: especially when not think they know who I am.:' delay the t-su
'II A Fearful Punishment. motivated under strenuous: rUlIttioualdrl"UwstU1.'es. dom unit) tile.
Fine Job "Very likely, my dear Tennyson, and
Printing Compulsory sleeplessness' : a Chinese How much) more apI | but did intern
News Office. they would not even know if you Finely executed
punishment for II It Irt h.'r. is fatal Iii nine I ealhig is: theirii]>honious pulchritude told theru.-! "lieeolh-etlons of Holm.aaHunt" I' J Job b Printing at hands >T he I

or ten days. than the pref.'st'r''us[ and pretention.' and to use ttJqucrinp .
I ..as.a.wy.aa tlrry.. . .. .. .. . .. iu London Academy.
ac.KY.Y. Y tlL1 . .> . ,', . .,. .,'>> KtmKslty| of elougatcil v'rhiago.-Life. II I this office.WWWWWWA of the]

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bishop if he

mwW'NNNir .IVrWr mr'I w. "V.WNrWI lvrrrwr In Divinely the world ap']>oij a|

lions in hid st t]

r the Messianic
Bishop of It

..: I Valuable City Lots on Ridgewood Avenue and Is Dei raid tiara was worn,was styled that or t"Thy to King arcisi"T'ktr'grrr'nt thrH the thi thtj o/j

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I' I WE own lots on the west side of Ridge- tile ly heavenly few shall of nat ev be|]

t ; wood Avenue each 109x400 feet. [kings Christ tlon. which and and p t-l

;: These lots are cleared and make one of Band should It la years murk well(j I

from the 1'nf

the prettiest building sites in Daytona.For iord's how much Ilra1"Oh.


a quick sale we are making a price great Who infidel cam j!

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$1750 for either one or $3200 for both. Gospel many Per!" other, It excl r-f

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OND 0N THE HALIFA YID height of 3,000 feet. Though its gloryis DREADOUGHTS ARE DOOMED. :i

II Made of Two Powerful Explosives 1 far outshone by that of western I I :1 Piece of f
to b mitesDaytona .. ;| THE PRECIOUS OINTMENT, Kneaded Into Paste. I Palestine still, both in the old and the Semi-submersibles. Torpedo Proof, the I IA I Splendid I ; 1 1i

; Cordite Is the outcome of the strange I new dispensations, it has a history of Coming Battleships. :

on the west Orin paradox that If you mix together two I i Its own and from an economic standpoint : TVesteott Abell. professor of naval I I '

the Sattfax Russell Points Out More De powerful explosives the result is a will always enter very largely; architecture at the University of Liverpool I ;| i
the location pastor smokeless slow burning powder. Nitroglycerin Into the life of Falestlne.-Christian the abandonment i Property i' i
.a permits S ghlOrmond o '::eeptive Additions to the Word of Got and ;gun cotton mixed to- Hera In a lecture pn-JIcted I' '
of above the
ratnageand \ contained In Our Common Versioi heavy: plating j
gether with a little petroleum jelly : 1
and the
sanitation; TOation water line of warships :
to Be
Shown False Because
Bibles, but make cordite. It is curious to the '
is sud see From His Pa's Side. al disappearance of the Dreadnought ; and i
Ideal for Not Found In'the'' Oldest Greek two deadly explosives: : icing; kneaded "She doesn't know where the baby type. I I ;:1128x220 feet, Cor. Ridgewood |

homes. A 'S5.-O" of These "Flies" Ha together Into a paste: by women with 'I his bad would 1r
pets tl'WIN'r The future battleship! he said t !
ridge con' and trvafewdryy J" Moulded Accepted Theology-Deai the same unconcern as dough; I is kneaded 'That's strange. Most young mothers be an oil driven semi-submersible protested ;j Loomis Avenues. ji

rtnond with over new golf ": Flies Cause the Apothecary's Oint for bread. Indeed machines similar I can place that sort of responsibility by a thick horizontal deck and : '
Booth. t'OurlM"Club house Music, J1 at a.the Ib 1 .mint to Stink.-Ecclesiastes 10:1. to those used; in h.l! ;(>rie<* take up; in a jiffy."-Louisville Courier- underwater armor strong enough to |t I'" :i t!
flee homes I arq now the work and kt>ead the buff colored '
Itopplng Journal. resist torpedoes. It would be armed
Bide ntained of the on ju I BR LrTrON roes the INx peut l r Not long ago I cordite paste: for seven hours. Then it with big guns on high towers would i j''j IEDMONDSON 1i i & DONNELLY I I

of them 001.Booing 1, pointed out t h a t is forced through; molds and i issues( in Another Definition. have submerged torpedo tubes and be I ,,; _

by sub' > -t:} the last tweln I e the Ions thickness cords-hence of which the name is varied cordite! Little "lale-Say.; pa. what is a is coquette apirl difficult to bit or sink. 'I ;..I...e.o.................. .o.e..............."..e+e I I
flora andbesides verses of St. Iark'sGospel according ? I'a- \ coquette my son

CALL ON ci { ,in ourCom- ; to tbe weapon in which it is I who gets more admiration th.anproposals. ..Anertl(>;;in in folly and ends In I Ifi
orange and OR WRITE TOMACON f t mon Version are t to be usod. .-Exchan e. feot'ntan- ttras trait For cordite is half inch i
spurious-so recoil guns an
hasmaydab'sezoel r ?+ + k Hired by all scbolnrs. '- thick and cut into lengths of thirty- '! I II I I The HANDPROPERTY : For SaleThe I
t 'Wy"':' because then seven inches. Rather more than a II t
Ai I
nom' T QBNTONt verses are not to< thousand of these! cordite sticks packed i : 'I I

ng, safe 6ToR r SSELL be: found In any ot in two bundles make up the cartridge it's a New Book, i :1SILVER . .. I '
and ORMOND the oldest Greek ; for a twelve Inch ;:un. I'or the . 1

idrtves.maw IF IN ANY WAY jiSS.! and were evidently added to the rifle cordite is pressed! into a t very thin IF I it's a Souvenir Novelty, -- BEACH : .: best modern Hotel iu ;= I i

Weo6 INTERETED iWord of God in the Seventh Century; string like the finest' macaroni and it's something in Staticnery and Engrav'flgCALL : i .. Daytona jll}'' rooms completely I
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the terse IN PROPERTY IN or later. Moreover, we gave proofof sixty: : of these strands one" Inch and a I 1I J t
and ORMOND OR the nntrutbfulnes! of this addition half long; make the neat little bundle! : Extending from : : furnished.l;ill sell at a bargain : I {
sister, the
The ORMON BEAOH ji it true that whoever believes the< which lies inside the cartridge case. I ON OR WRITE I or will lease' {for five : I
Inn. :
lie i : River to Ocean
oceuptee a ill Give your Gospel of Christ ma; handle serpent For some European armies cordite I Is t . I

n oyerlook Bualnt'iII Attf'ntlonJ Prompt wIth impunity and may drink dt'adlypoison );; made In flat thin strips like whale I 1I : -years. ____ __ S I I I
Hallfaz,and without harm? Surely not IIs it bone. Kept away from fire, corditecan : FOR SALE OR RENT : I
H. & W. B. DREW CO. I
has as its nothing short of a sin for those wh< be handled with impunity.-Lon- The / .. M. L. :
i WaggonerOffice
don Graphic. :
the magni r know better to acknowledge thes< .
hand the J A CARNELLORIOND verses and to use them to bolster ui BINGHAM S THOMPSON : .
tlantit. 1 l 1 I People's State Bank. : I
theories of Divine Healing. It is as: Mountains of Moab. 45-49 W. Jacksonville / . .

beach the broad there, FLA.Manufactnrer . much a crime to add to the Word of Most travelers: who visit the: Holy j Bay .1.....................S... '' ..........................
of God as to take away from it Land content themselves with a visit:
drives for Pure I
7 Home-Made _ _
to that restricted part west of Jordan. J.
Today I Invite attention to Rome oth !
sad auto' "'
s I II / + '
around Oririnetoand- GUAVA JELLYMARMALADES cr"dead files" some other additions to< The mountainous regions of :Moab as I AND YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND \MUflVlIflVfllVlIfCIflVlIIIIIiK Nr.WNir.WJI.JI
j jGod'i Word, which gave bad much to seen by them from Jerusalem are lost
groves of TROPICAL AND do with twisting the theology once de In a purple haze that constantly bangs: : SATISFACTORILY.We ( ta

oranges; PRESERVES Urered to the saints. Take for in over them, and the great stretches beyond -
rougbtropSpecld, Attention to stance the closing words of the Lord'! are covered iu mystery. This t
FaamUy Orders Stocks and
its to span- of the fewer"
Is true partly I
lno.aeY 4WA&De ayGassy' prayer: Goods and Souvenirsin
t; driven to Pan-American La.vttlonButte historical incidents connected with the are Headquarters [for Alligator
"Thine Is the Kingdom and Power and
p oIt eastern regions, but mainly on accountof New and l
by slaves t'lit India JoXfW'iItlonCharl"stoQ: Glory. China and Orangewood, t
tt Louisiana These words, if uttered by our Lord, the great abyss of the Jordan valley t
drink to ;::];po1!! Uon Purl'h'll4, t.IUIJ! Ihould be found in tbe old Greek MSS. that has always acted as a barrier. Exclusive Novelties.
ntatlona ofle But they are not found therein, Few who descend into the valley 1.30O Bonds

settlers, They are. therefore to be rejected feet below sea lerel undertake to climb I
daces are reththetpter -
U additions made by people centuries ,
MOUNDGROVfORANGES after Matthew's Gospel was writtenthese /
nd flower'' : words were Introduced when the I' ;: We offer subject to prior sale and
themoetlng faith of the Church respecting the

of these and Kingdom! of Messiah was changed 01 Stocks
: advance the
Automobile ; following
3oniIiatth Grapefruit- changing from what it,was originally. Aeroplane vs.
tere of the AH through the New Testament the<

and known, It Best Grown second coming of Christ in power ant andJBonds, complete descriptionof i
grove Grove on Rt.AugUl- glory to establish Ills Kingdom and tc i
I the flnest tine Rond Autonobllegrovesonthe II)MUd glorify the Church. His Bride, is set On Famous Daytcmu Beach which will be furnished on ap-

set of Flori North 01 for the end of this Gospel Age. But '
amid HOTELs OItt10Nnrrouadttnb.s : L as the time grew long a change of sen-I er plication.

tlment came into the Church. It -
Beed Knox an''rove . :;>
!s onetona came popular, } and rich. Its bishops ,.. -- as
taJat flied Compar.: ;;
were respected. Finally the theory '" 'rr
na rowel. BULO\V PO..t0t:1C8 I prevailed that God did not Intend te

delay the establishment of the Kingdom trr ::
until the second coming of Christ, "trr 11(:, r

bat did intend to establish it iu the crr Rtr
Finely executed
hands of the Church during this Agt ss;

Printing at and to use the Church for the con I si
this office. Oaering; of the world and the fulfilling r

of all the promises, of the past. 5 527,000
In line with this the most prominent -_ .
bishop of the time was recognized as :cw: Daytona. Florida, High School

t hl Divinely appointed to represent Christ E"r, 5s, dated i April 1, 1909 due "
In tbe world and to reign over the na
tions in his stead 'and to bring about L f cM April 1, 1929. Price $103.05 {

the Messianic reign, etc. This:, was the :r aa and interest yielding 4 3-4 per "ar

Bishop of Rome, .who subsequentlywas : cent. Interest April 1. ?
styled the Pore and who claimed :r
i .,.. f fr
and was accorded tb honorable title I
Vice-gercnt of the Son of (;00." It Is S900 .rsw I Iti

said that tbe equivalent of this title = :E I Ir #
Florida East Coast Automobile
is worn to this d.IYly the Pope on bU; i
nue tiara or three-crowned bat-Yicariut Association, first mortgage ;: ,
Dei Filii. ;.e bonds, 6s. Price $100 and ..i l
"Thy Kingdom Come on Earth. s (
interest yielding 6 per cent. :-
Tbe Lord's prayer was already In the ;
Dated July 1, 1904 due on or e :
Scriptures' and w?s known to many. i 3
It could not be eliminated: nut some before July 1. 1924. Interest -;; 1'1'

zealous person' fully U-Ileving that -ate. 1 1. ,
Pod's Kingdom bad: come, felt justifiedIn : ,. iii: '

amending; the prayer: to corfexpMiidto oe $ 000 ::; 1\\'I',
wbat he supposed wore the facts \\i '
Hence tbe prayer which begins. "Thylnlolll ate Florida Publishing Company.'i'

; count" 1 Is made to end by IN l lDaring '. 6s dated January 2, 1893. due ..} : 't .
saying "Thy Kingdom I has come in its AVIATOR .1. A. I). MrCl'RDY : 'iC i ir '
2. 1913. Price $100 .. : I
glory and i+wer. January :4 'f
How glad\ we are to see the Truth on ( := and interest yielding 6 per cent. =:=: /

'this subject: that the Kingdom ol Exhibitions the Air : Interest July 1 and January 1. :. "ly '
God's dear Sou has;; not yet ton set UIla III 11II. t
any souse of the tvt.rd- that it is still'! '-lilt t. ;

'...future. It cannot'lie set up until this : $240 ;; J ( I ,:

:Gospel Age ends and the "elect" saint i !, ., f
ly few of every nation. Jew and (Jen- i y Stock of East Florida Telephone 1.1: .

'tile shall be changed from earthly tc The Biggest i Aeroplasie. Kveiit Ever IIc-Iil in the State oi! Florida' r Company at par. f tit I ::1 1f

heavenly( nature by the First Uesurrec- M'ill he the Inhibitions at I !
them to le
ion, which will qualify 5500 rl'l\
Hags and priests unto God and unto
Christ and to reign with Him a thousand 75. :; !
Stock at
rs Bridge 1 1r i knr
(Revelation xx. G>. jl1l
years DAYTONA MARCH 28,29,30A *
It is well that all Bible students: :
should mark this "fly" and extract: It r S2.500 .

from the Precious Ointment and! notice ... I 'U t t"II
Port 5 cent. semi-annual ; I ''r.
how much sweeter and fresher the Tampa per r

lord's\ prayer Is U them forever. j total of five flights will be made in three days, the flights to include a raft oil tin lusich! :r Water Works.. bonds 30 years. Par. : ,;.1 t .

Who "Oh cannot, What sympathize a Whopper!with" th with
I treat infidel Thomas Value, who when river and the city of Daytona, and Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. I>, Pensacola bonds. 30 a.:; i; I II(", tar :
Improvement ;
reading the last ,verse of St. John's be under the auspices of the Hotel :Men's Association and the Daytona :.. :
Gospel, exclaimed "'Oh, what a whopper These flights are to given : earss41.2: per cent. Par. :: '
I have been made to accommodate the crowds. ... ;.1 I ,
!" It reads, ".\Il11 there are alst i Board of Trade and special: arrangements r -

many other things which Jesus did the : S50.000Ucita :; ; .,. .
Which, if they should be, written every c.III Jt :, '

III(.. toe, I suppose that even the world it- NO CHARGE TO SEE THE KVKNTS :: Investment Cu.. 6 per cent. a : I' -

Wf could not contain the books that bonds, 12 years to run. 596.CONRADDATES ill

should lie written" (John xxl 2r>). ) The Prettiest t Winter\ Resort in the 11'"urltl. .. IIIL.' I-trt" ; -,
Surely anyone of reasoning mint! A Splendid' Chance to See Daytona '" r ;l:: t i' '
-N '; ;
of such a iii'; it'1t
should see the absurdity 'r t I

ten statement.should Surely have ;Jnforined all Christian the, l.ortJ&beep minis' ; -.-..-..-.-.-..-...-.-.-.--...-.-..-..--.--..-.-..-.-.--..-..-.--.-..........ee1.............................. .:r r sa as 4; ''j t ; .i iti r ;,iJ

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r i
what -' ,
under their fare respecting New Excursion Steamer '". :: : J :. ,
: The ;
Is and what is not the Word of Uo.1; : c: '!
.. Kir: t"" i ir r i ..
the Bible, as It was recognized; by TO THE PICTURESQUE TOMOKA CABIN : .. k I
: j.. '
'Apostolic! Church and written dowc : + ..
w+r' tr
In the Greek; MSS. Why any: '
Christian original; minister should assail me. X CUR S ION S j jv i > r1" t : h

Because I endeavor to do for the peo- : i DAILY REALTY TITLE a" Hi rr

Pie! what be has neglected to di 1 I I , , . ". ,
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it tithe . !I', 'i. .. r\ l'; *rd ; .rut'
cannot understand. I must" leave! 1 l.. |; a : 1 1. .r; + u a .t
. ;.. I I' ..: I'r. :: 51 00 the Round Trip. .
AT: t -
Wt Lord to jinlire; I Iietwei-n us. : .\1: : ::1' -I.-: :
and accept : : INSURANCE CO. 1 I\f.\ ,' I s
I went Higher;: Criticism 4 DAILY TIME SCHEDULE AND Kr
the Word of (l's! in full. I reject noth ...'.....it.P -nin..ua! BrhJ,{.. .... alrM"U! ; '' i :,.. + I ,
Ins because of my own or other men's, : l., : l'-' )ivua. '--Ij a.. 111. Leaves: OrnionJ bfiilpOrn.nii'i.\ \ 'l, 'y ;o"i; ?.iDtu : rf. r
111. -r
surmises, by the facts, 1 L tct; \c. CtJ.ua! BriJ 'l!'. 1 aytuna. > .. k. fist rung, 3:30: p. niR. : .
but merely po Ht ti rn tot l'I1Ll'l. t" urge; .:._ -- : CONRAD BLOCK PHONE 128:! ::;
If the oldest Greek MSS. do not contain ,.:th', t.! :' I ,1 SEABREEZE, FLA. :,. Zlgf t
certain passages Scripture, how Owrer .'la''ii.-J i'l.i'.iie'irr'Bin.! : >1 f1 1)11f1jIl13lI1t 1 c
j I BURGMAN I % 11l1111a111Mflflflf .
F. :
--- could they get into later MSS. exceptas : ; CHAS. .. .+..+.+.+............ t............................ :, J\J\ / '. .. 6.J >. .IL. . . 101,1.I.JJI..II , .. .I IYpIYrYJ )
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Motion PicturesOpen TION I

A-724 March 11 In American History. M. SHAFFNER
I ;;:: Hubert: Treat Paine. '"sisn>r."

II I bum; tiled 1511.1520Beujamlu I Real Estate !
II : West, noted: portrait

MONDAY MARCH 13 I and 17IK., historical painter' died; born i Fire Insurance t EL PA;

I surrecto
1S7'-l-Cbarles Sumner statesman of I, -
i 122 South Beach StreetCHILDREN'S follow ingjwdi
I the anti-slavery era. died In Washington I

; born in Dostou Jan. li;, 1S11. be

FOURTH LYCEUM NUMBER. Senator Sumner was among the : throughinent

t Daily at 2:30: earliest opponents' of slavery. He
to 1]
I held a seat In the United States

senate from lv! 0 to 1S74. a period Both
I __. __ ._ __ _ ___ _ >
. -- Covering the agitation of the fugitive ; i- rectos t(i
Dell Fox
La I I slave law and Kansas- ebral-!
\lSIIU EVERY HOUR f that ant
!! ,, I ka bill the civil war and recon pointedthe

struction. He acted as a confidential .
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I ; : : !
adviser of President Lincoln fii5.1 f Mad

Concert Co. I J. Silterstein of Boyne City,; I NADAHE{ [LAMDIE TO APPEARI i ii i I chairman and from: of IStjl the to committee 1VTO served on foreign as EYES I& States tithe \

: Mich., is in Dayioua: looking: at er ; re-1J'1
I I i relations. Cannot be too carefully safeguarded.
some business: intere-ts. !I .":) : William Starke: Rose- for ( lasta sion to
AI m mm THEATER. trans noted Federal commander they have but one pair to range foi

J. L. Pattillo one of the leading; : died; born 1":1.ASTRONOMICAL: lifetime. H there are indicationof der the

Reserved Seats at Hankins'. : merchants of Port Orange, was i in I I, anything wrong with your child' Unitedagree .

I the city from that village this! morn ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR APPEARANCE -I! EVENTS. I If eyes bring him or her and I trill tit i ht
I i, lugs (From noon today to noon tomorrow.) I them with Glasses to correct the propertyroad.3
OF DRAMATIC AR- trouble. If medical treatment i i4 nee-
I! Sun sets 5 i'Io\: ; rise 0:11: : moon sets arj

':' The Two Friends of Port Orange,::1 j TIST BEFORE AN AUDIENCE IN 3:29: a. m.; moon's age. 11 days; plan. I. essoxy I will tell you so. era!), sold}

-... I touched here this! morning with a j its Mars and Uranus In conjunction. I

, large party aboard enjoying a day's. i I THIS CITY. I Dr. Neville H. Clark Won't A

The Golden Opportunit outng: oa the rier.FOK I NBVLimantoiJ
r I I An event of more than usual in-: Fifty Years Ago Today. Optometrist

is never offered but once. Seize then, the opportunity to stimulate the I 81.1wa.n show cases,,. te&tbt in Daytona will be the appearance March 11. I Look fop the Sign of the EYE. stance wally

saving habit. Saving is: entirely a habit. It H: a habit that grows.: It is one 7 ft. ti inches long. 1 floor cane, plate" of Madame Harriet Laba-' The Confederate congress at declj
glass sides and top, ;3; ft. long, aLtuaetie's .t I'
that enriches with growth. The saving habit is encouraged lu-re. We encourage die, Friday! March 24, at t the new Montgomery adored] as permanent in Mexlj
Kodak Plate. J tf-tf / .
It by allowing the l'ro\'i-iIJUal::i "c< n ;titutlon I down
Daytona theater, under the auspices' tlj

4 Per Cent. on Savings Accounts. I I'' WHEAT OPENS LOWERWITH !j of the Palmetto Club. Madame Laibadie I America.of the" Confederate It provided States a six of i!' tljgovernmj
I TRADING DULL. i I holds the reputation of hat log; year term for the president awl t surrendtJluuonist
I I i
made members of his cabineteligible
(CHICAGO March II-The wheat: developed a feature of work that ik t :-
i PEOPLE'S STATE BANK I!' to seats In congress.Twentyfive ,
market opened easier today with the' a.1
represents a new step in the d I ]
price down to 1-S lx) 11. :May was i '
matte movement of the day, and her i Years Ago Today.The .
Quoted at 90 12c. Provision werea I are carrying a completeline GeneralS
I l>iv ..I..nt.4.I'. LIoI.\: I'1.. ,! h:. .I'VltTKKVif.Preil.i : i press notices show>> a unanimity of! Missouri Pacific attempt
-lit-,, t.. II. MF.1111N.: : M I.. W.VUi.oXKU.;I shade firmer, but trading was dull j:! I i of Green Groceries in- \ ,
Max pork $17.6lard::; $:I..L't::"; ribs, ',opinion on the. part of the or::tits. od to run trains: with strikebreakers dill General1tou&ion
I [but failed.) Martin i $:1.:M':. Hogs were stronger at fivwli'ulnr throughout America as; to the exjqiilsite tiered tJ
Irons, a new :Iull'irolJ; strike
t and cattle were trorg: |I quality of her wok and dt- I .
I leader, submitted the
-- I Golden Wax Beans
I 1 V--7 / z i I I![ clare that she U to dramatic art 1 of the Knights of Labor to t the ot foe tilA"uiy

PRIMITIVE PHYSIC.John what Melba and S4.hun .nn-ll ink areto !! railnnul mans 1-era. .\ Knights I .
i of 1..11")1" railroad strike in Troywas Green Beans d1,'i'e0 to

LOCALSPERSONALS Wesley as a Physician and Some neumk'. I' settled by an advainv of fo> pre

l of His Remedies. At present Madame La',adie i iti > wages.) A strike was begun at CucumbersCauliflower Th.. .

i j It I I.* not generally known that John i spending a few weeks of leisure in':i' (.C'oh'H's X. Y., by knitting mill! neg"otatiO ,

x i Wesley in one of his brief intcr\ald vII !!1 oj era lives. t.a
1 / Florida before returning to N-w
'.. I leisure publish a.Irt of medK-ai low dot
l Sade inocuni! called] not inappropriately' i York after an absence of Use >eattJwh.ch . .
C. . New . Tomatoes onDesperaj
Ur. \
l Klmkv a 1'ou't fail to ,ee tiltut'W line ottvpr.iii t '; -- - ------ -- ----- ---
"Primitive I'hyxic. It was lirst pubIkhtd ill I time she has made an ex-1 I
j Smyrna'Sitor: on profesiolal but; ; ? aii.t-; > at t.'ale! : > Hue b'i'ore BAIT
in 1717; atnl it ran into at lea.st j! tensive tour of tbe.ogt rn maritime
t inesa Friday.Mri. bux uig. 3-tf I tweut>'-four editions. The author was and the provinces. of Canada. II IIstatt.s YOUR HOOK The PeppersThey Mtllla

I greatly surprised, IlwrcIS so swift' i i Madame Labadie last "Bummer:
Fay Cartright of Ilartow. i is hit" \Ii.-6 Grace Keating wi.l calla :I II'! and fare peut WHILE * mid'
demand for
Liking her Mrs. \V. 11. llau- i .113tt'r I a In the j I in Alaska and the Yukon territory. I .
sister : the o.iye"'b! office before Monday editions he was able to add I the THEY BITE Fh mg are Always Fresh. ;: :111n
r kfna, and family OH Ivy Lane. I night she will be presented! with t' Word "Tried" to Certain rt'1It4'tlit'S th. :I' and nave dnuuatk; interpre-srtioi t rRtt.scvt
i before cinhii.-;..:i.s.tuaudiei.o' the
I > t III i
two tick t.to the Crys'al the ttt-r. j Virtues of \\hi-li h bad ttieniwhtlefount I.;
't argain, 2a C I' ports ol tail Bleu ;L> t t.tr north a- Tackle
QUICK sale acres I --. I ) opportunities{ i of tt'.tin,. .\ftpr > n :Jr
room cottage in city Enquire Ed-j i MiIktiry \. Thompson l'Il't.I'blned j I five yearcareful trial and te with
moon & Donnelly or Chas. Kenney tin- udiea: of the IleadinsC'rcle ,' standing; the objections. of the learned l (. her ret.im t UKa.tv: ; enjojeilj DAYTONACOLD

teeabroeze. CS4f I :: Friday tveu.g:;: at her iK.nif. I he- revoiuinendt for the a I sue: "t.e go j a brief lu-I'diiv' iu In r ran., !h :.u tin- I You're I

corner of Uid ewood and Magnoliaaveiiu : '! Into the cold, l IOIth just before the cold ''cJfightil1! ;I Hood i 1'\-1': \ d., !ix-t ::11:i I STORAGE CO. \\

r St.': Patrick will entt-ram: the > >, and: i a't'Q' leiitiallt tiut'I"t.ti ,.I'' fit," but omits to say ht.tl' time. the .Oreaon. before b. eurii: ; leiM : 1- ,> I f loooking for .
Kitkglstou Epworth Leaguers and thoir ",," thjt,; d .\ \' refrtsh. ; comint; of the tit. To prevent ain{ >jdex> >D. mi !t''I'a) --a i iii \\ ':\ .I ct : 1 justreceived i :R. D. JOHNSON Mgr.t i
I friends at the Mt'!h4xkst: ; use the cold! bath and) driuk t'lIf:1 ..4
pa'::Ionage ni"Kaduin; u- ,Uiiiile: .-nits ol the she h.is: 'ifilid:! !! nun) '-; i ii- : I .
nest {Friday evening, the 1 17th ;.n..t'l t.'. ..... :. .t..I. I ter. If this |ro\es ui+ele>8 and a fit t enga' iii' !:: >. ,
i should deilare] its-if hate .
\u only t<
Her wu!.. :.ii'h toi.i.:! \' I ( i :. ,> v'peijej atGEJOIGSOVS
*FOR SALE-M.tchell: U-ur.ug: car : .I. E. O. 1'1 it tur.H'a pioiuineiit ar { "pat a handful<< of :.ili with a pint ..f ',: \\il, 01'1'111'1'1. ?' .led;' .I', .

40 h.' t., ;5; in 1"i.st. vUlondijtion. > '' ch.ttit: ot ('1111' Ill., i cold water nod if [lOf.s..ill |'OUT it . i y'N '
[ pas oeugeB :: ag o, arrived yap down the "-> |I. -4"I.y!! :!! loiitiiii'K il I !)> !I- : i i DonJt You
( patient. T> \[ \
Apply Sanford< III r lid. I lerday. acci ait-au.ed: by Mr. I'r'td- I cure Minim "take a pint of cuM water Ivtbad... ti d \\ :al lit!! .!MI.-! :a \ ,i- .<

bb-t; j more and her sister and the party ''South .VIM-ru.u, Ku: ,
jI I every ntt ruing/ washing the head i : 4e.| lull: :S.iAfita. a'
I I are guest:., ot the IloUl Clarendon, I I therein innuediaUlaft -r" \\- .->.le.\ C1.:..na alit.! .la., :.u. ; h.. \1.- u c". fcnj c. jBeautiful G. tTw
Re?. 1>. 11. riutter and fauuiy urriredf I! Hrlcl t ..
!I.j Seabreeze. Mr. Pridmore waa X1 gives four ways of curing; old age tralian; t "loiiunonuvait; >!i :\-vv;' Z"I..,!. fjt; ;
from IMttsburg. Pa., last uight [>aylonai&t; (.r met ea-on and hs: I "take tar 'rater mornins; and eveninj;" i land th. tlavvu tilt: I-lauds! \l.ld.I'i,| .:, ul t I Dare Go
.j and at home at the Filet M. E.I: !
are : I many friends here. or "a decoction of nc.ottlc.'S"lr "lie elee- klnadic ,
j Uh attuupth.ed! t by a ; ;
church parouage on 1'aliiK-t'o avenue trifled daily" or "chew cinnamon daily :i ladies who undertaking! 1./.1 tL.; -. !P. (: e...................... ..'

i! I 'Tbe Lad ('irdof the and swallow your saliva.! The two ;
us Con bare- i inarkable trp: t.adilh ,w ..m. / : I
great panatvas in the Wesleyaii doeI I
I :i l national church( will sefa supperat j National ubjet-t. .11 vievx i
Vjoltls' panzies roses and nasturtiums ; trine are the ue of mid! watt :IIUt"the : inWithout
t J I Social hall. Tuesday evening. Of three .Mi>s V.v.t: L-w ? i.i .'\0.\ Home Sites s,
for sale at east corner use of electricity, and at the end of :
March 14-orange shortcake a spot{ -ial the lMH.,k are columns of 'j York, and Mi.--l Ida \Nhiu: (f.r l 11 h :
South Beach St. and Bellview Ave. every sort
i I. feature. Supper at 6 o'clock. Ice h.tve I I
r 86.88-90 disease which may l e overcome by j 'tialia: been u l last> > OJ.1 i : 'J 11"111'11.1\: J
cream and take! aervtd, all exeunt. these simple! expedients. James I|J w ':th the art>t b.III' her :art. ,va.. 4 1 '. ',' J ," '":-.. fO.: -..0'
!\6.t here '' :'. "} i:' Jill' ',,'lOW !"*" .' ''I BATHING
ajjd tln-x
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Christian Science services are ,I -- : L..I'I! .:,-. .>..j..h.I
-- -- three othetn.iubei.: !r.+ oj th. 't.. 4jltdUding ,, .. a
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held at the Palmetto club house on' \ j Ii. !I" !: .x l I.> \1'-
Fresh Shipment A Pleasant Farewell. | K. I IJiiitunhittNd! .- ,"i,t : M '&lrold-! : c.t:. ..1 :
Sunday morning i ,. .
Orange: avenue every ;, A local minister bad had a serious : -
Puiladelph.a Mrs '
Anna It. Ft--
tt 11 o'clock. Testimonial meet : time in fighting:: ; the slI4.ooD element In s a
of N"* York a.llIlIL.s: Li.i!: .an, I I. IT WILL PAY YOU TO IN- If
I ings Wednesday evening at 7.; ::" his own town and had not Loon backed I
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Lee on >ubject. "Suustam. up in his efforts by the members of his ] : '; Liggett's :
own .-hureh. This, with other i''''';- [Ii- :' .tt'i 1 '!I" fl--l< t'. ,I' f" .'.,..' :
troubles, .. .. GuardOnly
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