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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 13, 1911
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00239
Source Institution: University of Florida
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: iflj i ,. +* Tuesday.Generally Cooler. fair. In tonight north pot.'t. TH'E DAYTONA DAILYPublished NEWS t+ Today . . . .*' . . . 12:30 .

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Linen An to Coat and :4! ,i Season-No. 87 DAYTONA FLORIDA. MONDAY. MARCH 13. 1911 15 Cents per Week
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rdiner'CO.. H. WRIGHT :: :: DL BO"\NNO"\ HOWU and SmRlrM\ [ RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies, Stationery and Havana Smokers

First Avenue Dayton. FU. PRICES Books well cured tobacco -
first
!JI Painting Tw-nty- l 1/1rl!:<-. airy room!*.n-wly Only quality
; WALLACES'W. furnished and ntt-d throughout' with (I'Huostttnn to Tr.-at You Right. GEO. H. CLARK used.
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000 0 .. Paper Hanging
fv0to ... all ho..pitatconvrntrntr+. Thoroughly : Let l"s B* Your J.' .-1t t'rs.
Decorating >wjulpivd operating room on 9 Hondfloor Waterman Fountain Pens, Newsy Vet Cave, Manufacturer
1 For terms address" L. H. ROWE & CO. Florida.
219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Papers and Periodicals Daytona
Phone 181 C.C.BOHANNON.M.D.
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(TOM PRODUCE HOUSE I
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Headquarters for .... .4 o !:: PROPOSAL fOR PEACE MADE : I FATAL RESULTS IN STRIKE:;


Kinds of Fresh Veg- : ..:.,


oultry etables and and ,Fruit Eggs a ..= : k BY MEXICAN REVOLUTIONISTS it Perfect Bakers WHITES AND NEGROES DEAD.


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jae Ordcrs-Promptly Filled. .:U !' BOTH TO LAY[ DOWN ARMSPROPOSITION S RAISING Ii i New Asbestos Lined Glass COURT HOLDS QUEEN[ I CRESCENT[ TIED UP; j


i Front Ovens.GRUBERMORRIS ALL TRAFFIC IS SUSPENDED.[
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AND APPOINT dlSSIO .
W. Ball & Son :

237 North Beach St. 'Phone 55 : INCOME TAX -
WRECK% OF FIREMEN STRIKE BECAUSE OF
../e/.....Ire/e/e/./e/ EC IS TO HOLD ELECTION I HARDWARE CO. ,
NEGRO STOKERS AND ARMED
IN REPUBLIC UNDER THSUPERVISION "If You Doa't Trade With Us We Both Lose MOlle,."

M. SHAFFNERleal e OF THE UNITE THE MAINE. LAW\ IS VALID SYMPATHIZERS GUARD EVERY

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Estate and STATES


'ire Insurance surrecto EL PASO junta Tex.here, March has framed 13-The the In- WORK PROGRESSING NICELY;f I%v; FiSHERI PRIZE FIGHT DECISION[ I HANDED[ DOWNBY -ClL\With TT.XOOG.Tenn.three white and.. fight March negroes 13

dead as: a result of the st.iktt
122 SoBtb Beach StreetILDREN'S following proposal for peace which ENGINEERS[ ARE[ SATISFIED THE SUPREME (Ml of white firemen on the Queen & 1
will be cent to Washington aId I I I
.} through the United States goner TAKES OATH LID NOW ON i I Crescent road, all traffic north on.

END OF EFFORTS TO HAVE THE that: road is suspended.:
ment to President: Diaz: HAVANA NEWSPAPER SAYS COF t
Both the government and I USD LAW DECLARED UNCONSTITI I The officials. Day they hope ta -
FERDAMS ARE BEING RAPIDLY IN CABINET.NEW IN NEW YORK. resume traffic durtus the day but
rectos to lay down theJr arms and
TIONAL, WHICH HAVE BEEN ON their d mandto
: firemen have
;'H srtljr that an electoral commission be ap' FINISHED IN SPITE OF DIFFI the won

pointed by the Mexican gO"exnmelt.the CULTES. FOR MONTHS I the extent that promise has: lee

iladero faction and the UnitEd INTERIOR SECRETARY POLICE GET THEIR ORDERS WASHINGTON, March 13::-The supreme -, given that only white men wl! be
While it U reported that $350.( I employed.
election i I In
States to feluarantee a fair court today decided the corp'< '

( EYESbe the republic of Mexico! the comma is needed to complete the work of IS SWORN IN THIS MORNING TO PREVENT l AIL VIOLENCE[ [. ration income tax law is uaconstiti: Armed sympathiz- wih the a r-k-
of the :Maine S.l'Sthe I : 1 near'y:
too carefully safeguarded. slop to hold a meeting soon and ar. raLsing the wreck tag: firemen are guarding every -

?y (have but one pair to last range for an election to be hed! under : Havana Post, there seems to be I tional. station on the line: and searchingall
['Ins. If there are Indications the direct supervision of the ao hitch in the work of pushing preparations SECRETARY PIERCE Ii i THIS ORDER MAY PREVENT THE This brings to an end the effort I engines for negroes.
hang wrong with your child's United States. The InsurrectcB wilt i for the hoisting cf the of the big corporations to have th' e The engineers and machinists are
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trig him or her and I will fit agree in the meantime not to mol&. wrecked battleship.The WHO HAD RESIGNED. CON- I PROPOSED GO BETWEEN PACK law which will compel them to pi: ;' I now threatening to strike in sympathy

Ith Glasses} to correct the ,!y. property on condition! that the rat question of what is to be done SENTS TO REMAIN WITH THE I EY McFARLAND AND OWEN tax on the inconug of the corpan. with the white firemen and
If medical treatment la nee- roads are not used to transport Fe< with the Maine Is more important. I lions, declared! unconstitutional.The ! the movement threaten to spread to

11 will ten you so. I.:, eral soldiers. light now than that of the extra ap- NEW OFFICIAL. MORAN TONIGHT. decision rendered by the ?;'tir: such dimension: that Governor Wilt-
: woprJatlon. since!' the laters, inevitible 1 1SlIIXGTOX. tices of the ttipreme court was unar- son may call out the tue mi'r !ia to
Neville H. ClarkOptometrist Won't Accept Proposal and the disposition of the wreck: : \\' \ March 13-\\'alter: NE\V YORK :March 13-Polie I imous. It U sweeping in every detail preserve orxlt rCONDITIONS ;

::4''', NEW YORK March 13 -SemLlmantour has never been considered.By Fisher of Chicago was sworn in tat: Commissioner Cropsey today oJert'dthe and every objection L* o.errul I

>, Mexican minister of fInance March 15th: Capt. H. B. Fes.gu- the new secretary of the Interior: I police to prevent violence and! "Cl.Thl". BY CARNAGIE

for the Sign of the EYE. '"" : who la In this city, emphati.. on, who i8 hi direct: charge of the this morning succeeding Richard' enforce the prize fight laws. resut: of th!s verdict will! bt' I 1
have the remaining the adding of $::,,000.Ot10 annua'!)
will be
there no peace to
declares work, expects
;. ally Uallinger, who resigned recently. This may prevent the proposed]
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.,; In Mexico until the Rebels lay 50; steel piles driven for the cylinders Assistant Secretary Pierce, \\hc bout between Packey McPariand l : and I to the revenue of the Vnited S.atsI i HAVE BEEN[ MET AT TAMPi.
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: U' I ';;':: down their arms. He denies the md the big cofferdam will: be ready. government.
: his resignation: with: Owen Moran of England which is i I I
had tendered
wreckage: is now
r' government has agreed to a peaceP Part of the Maine
conference and says only aLWoit: roving a source" of delay on the that of :Mr. Uallinger has consented scheduled for tonight. Th's U an CITY IS NOW READY TO FURNISH -
m GOODS'e battle, because jt B BANK CASHIER DISAPPEARS;
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fi tic
iniportai t >
)lclahonmnch (
of the Rev<)- Diver
1. surrender on the part \cork and giving 'Lo remain upon the urgent reque. t cf the THE $5,000 PER YEAR FOR
: settled that
P has been pnutie-ally
t'e the bottom: of the bar: l
will be accepted by labor at
lutlonfets
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.- -----, - : the new secretary.Mr. this bout hall, meet AdWolgast
-- winner of : IS GO!
THAN"
-.-- --'- -' -- _.- ,,. Mexican government.. MORE $$80,000 I THE MAINTENANCE OF NEW
bor.A is out of the
". I large piece of the steel plate, Le Uallinger now in a bout for the lightweight
Taft and free :to championship of tlu world. i PUBLIC LIBRARY.
the turret plat- Cabinet of President
of <
completeof be
\ are carrying a -,: General Duncan in Charge- ieved to part
I No decision: are permi ted :In KENTUCKY BANK COMPELLED
Green Groceries, in- SAN ANTONIO Tex., March 13 from, is supposed to be thu! ollrucion. push his civil suit for damages,: I T.UlI'f"la.., March 13::-No if a-
; General Joseph Duncan has been orS -: From the inspection matte by xgain Clifford l'inchot growing bout* held in New York state now, I TO SUSPEND AND INVESTIGA Lion has been received that And.ew :
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hug/; : f dertxl transferred from Fort i Sam j jE. Captain McMahon the huge prate lies out of the charges made by the ft Truer but ten round boxing contents ar I Carnegie the steel magnate, in r< ady ::4
directioof in the mud and w"l 1 require which rtsulttd in perniitttd. The polke wit 1 likely be : TION REVEALS A VERY LARGE .-. 1
Houston to take personal mried chief forester, these to pay over to this city the $ n i .o' no tt

olden Wax Beans E. the troop. on the Mexican border. ., grt.at;; labor to be hoi-ud fit*' from the fatuous UallingerPinchot t invt s i i- called boxing upon('ont"sl to:;decide are prize whether! fights in SHORTAGE.STEPHENSPOIIT: which he tun promised! for a newKiblic ,
Army contractors were today 01 he cylinder.1'rom gation by congress. [ lobrary on ciHtdition that the
Green Beans dered to load ears. with provision now on the engineers: who the sense. implied by the law. i Ky.. Mach: 1 K'oliowins ; :its appropriate $:.,.aent a year for It Itits. ,

!f for the border. !'lipenson': of the T\\ 0 uiaiutenancf. These (.oodi' 'hi .
CucumbersCauliflower : The Ninth and Eleventh cavalrj', elves because; of the absence of ANNUAL MEETING TONIGHT RECEIPTS. Stat bank here Cashi r John Adah lave been met and the only thing re : tie

I" negroes, will be sent to Eagle Pa;1S \wreckage to impede the ir i-rogrtus, The annual meeting of the Flor- HEAVIER I lag disappeared. naming, before the $::-.ll'HJ ts aai't! !

rr and Laredo to reinforce the troop louk to find various ttetl l plates: and ida East:& ('O now doing patrol duty in those set" titer!' fragments: of Jit* battleship.'he : which adjounud from last market otied! easier: : this morning the ius'tiitj: ,;hc>\\'... the Lank board of trustees. A h {'at'tHl has: t
ion, was 1'1
Tomatoes [: Lions I "rt. rl":::; attained in rosing the \set-k :Monday\ evening, will: be held >ii crop new.avd! heavy: rece-pts. Kis b.'fti loc'tt-j ot" inof: than $'M" '',' yet been chosen fur the library ii i:1 i i II IInot $d

tr : (of. .dum: depends for that re..stuia U tike club house> this: even-ing. OW.I' May \sheat was quo'td at J;lc. ('rH' I."4e1.I lJut the general choice stems TO be I I I"4 j\ ,4
Peppers I Desperate Batt'e On- i the auumnt of iron wreckage tn- (,.ere will be elected for fie eiusuingyear rkieii3 i were lower on ht"are' hat it should blaced| ,n a corner t.,
March 13-The ntbt" countered in driving the remaininsales. May! rk: t$+1.I1lard, ; $!'.' th"
r;:: MARFA, Tex., I ) at this meeting and the annt'afivi (eeipt. lit fHREE[ BUR TO DEATH >f the public park surrounding! ', .1 1
.
I '.;. fU under Col. Schanz and the Federals I >ortwill !">.. ounnif.t-d! : Jtih" , ,. retiring !IlG; rib,. $!'4.1". Hv** \\t.Ie i 1-;. ti> :;..1 1 ; Tampa Jay llou l. : i t
Fresh. : : under General I.uque are rishtln; The long aocumu'atiou' tof s.H in thearlor I Lou t'r "n !it-a\ > !r<-i.-fit!! > opposition t.. the peiUn i -!
Always ol't' t-i-''
ey are at Ojhnga: .". has i-uustd the steel i pili''};t> COTTAGE IS DESTROYED.[ \ .11
. a desperate battle today I -- - I ",i iliu-h, the citiz: 'ii.-i' ( tlUlluit! ee some t-tIn
The Iwsts are already !- to be driven through fully !". f et ol i------- : -
south of here. : :isle: aitu circtilatcd, alai: l which ag j ,
heavy on both: stdts.; oft mud before reaching .,.htli ir .lot L'loTht'n th- -tttlsuppoits I i RIGIN OF BLAZE WHICH, DESTROYS t
> 'flay bottom '!;<' union,,;! 'iH-i.'pe! li.iv-. i I" .-" ciifulat111 i,: !. ,
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DAYTONAILD .:.. Rccsevelt Greets Troops- haLet"D Uiivtu II Itt eitHl : OF THE GLOBI SUMMER HOME AT SANDY . :;: a |Htttioti: ask:,.;;: th t th.- buCliIIIIIIIII.I *- ''t Ii I j,';'
: S.TOXIO., Tex., March 12 iu the harbor foundation of lIIa'j 'np unl j !1.1"-" .! '\ 1-l>: ..Jll.ll:. :;: .r' Stp- t ;I I #
STORAGE CO. .;; Welcomed by an artillery salute ant .h :iII whu-h the engine!'.rltl say r t I HOOK: TODAY IS AS YET Io't, : li! ut..on.l..<.;' [1,1,1nl.:; : ..t: I Ol J\I j;
laslieil; suit, Cot 'titt4 u guarantee that the.e v\l:::I liuo ,. air "'-in. ,
attired in a mud* > "I-! nfii| -.hop, pot| : > ii i oj
D.> JOHNSON Mgr, :. Theodore Rocsevet: inspected th' seepage of water. p "ABC"Travelers UN KNOW 'I. ,-,'d! Tilt lt.f.LI'I.. w..-, !ht" t!.; tlk- i H

great maneuvers camp lava) The depth of 4.bt'atlt>r at t th I r ,JILL qm ,lWpltfIMZ( 111111111. U \\' INN \, o. M.in-'i l i-; : \- :i, .ti.:1:: ..i I \ ,..\.d t! !Id.' I I-I 34IT ;;- ,, .t { .'

Spurning a ('arra; '- he mounted i at. wreck io 1 alx: >at 3:. feet. The lf.igh; t.\ l C; .,,. j.-: l.-i'. !. '' !1"t': !.!! !.. 1'.1' 0-1\, :, 1 -\ . ; t 'il! et'- 1 ,: : \\1" ,

t. spirited horse and rode toward tbe< of e.i.-h ,tett t pile: U i 70; 1'tvt aid I t.t ,:.'! \\ : ..;l. I: i ..." v. .' !, !c: :'.. i n !,....,.. t I,
: camp so furiously ;:.ht' governor am long :suniKnts which are in tau I A very "Iuklt"!, lair ,i-t t etc i-viuitij.' ;: Cheque ". A ... : ,-. ,d j t ,. : I : \"

n't You ;. his! staff were scare ly able to ke'']1)) pasta: are t,> protrui'.e! abt ve Ji,' in the way pf f gnuvriis; staple' and : < ;"" .. !II I. k \YELL KNOWN PRIESTPOUND t .: "

up \\ ith him. I water about a foot. Panty That's what we are in bu--i I DEAD IN BED. \ I. ;
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2653 Piles.
Have Oliver; *
the Lt-Mi I t meet \\ ith ready acceptance
i GUILTY OF REBATING; I The cofferdam requirtt: O p UH. nets for. Do you want //\1.1'1\1111:1-: :. 1 11.hr":1 I !: l.J::--KHVi. t. l,

$S00:>. uuiuLer :'<;jr.0 have teen quality for{ the lowest price Then ; by Banks Hotels Railroads, - - - -.- //:1: .- Ir: dr! !I'" .Ii ,'t? t aval: ; .t y
.
; MAN IS FINED Of that ..................... . }
Go cylinder but one bus will it . ,.:..". :ald.l .\q. t h ".\ !. ,I'.i."I.! ,,' [ t tp
are 4 livery here anti get
driven lines etc.
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come you i Steamship
LOUISVILLE, 111.u"'h: 13::-J. 11 [ STOCK URKT[ RPORT[ : :h"
f been ",, ::trited: and a doa; art' already the : D DAILY 1 Ia0 1\ -' I" I: It I;" I d I' 1 i '1 .
?' Webber, an ofiictiin 1 th.> Kvensvito: : throughout year. : .. '. p :
ful :: t \
the twentyhuh for : :
guilty: to accepting t'lI.Pt'tt} out of- Easily negotiated .0.0Ae.N..N.et1N0.0f.
r Hoop company pie.ded l : 1 ''se tl.e cofferdam. Oue cyin-!
r railroad reja.,>s and tcda) :' I d eouti.e.-r ij :,> be left until the last ,th.ng value. \KU/; \tI< ik; \ll! :' I i : --d" n.li ,;.

in was fined $jl1tl in the Federal: sour:. ''On., of the cylinder; U now filt-U: Identification established : -',j ,.. ''t,1.:; luit.i. , !!.. i. .i ,' It: tin!: 1 s- CHURCrI uru 'Q'ut I, t

I with harbor clay and and mixture. "Xi"1;; Talii:. u :hat; ti! >' :-UIM.-I-\ ( ''u':: PHONE 'tl "
While some engineers beit:I -\l' outjiide I by counter-signature. UI..gtt! ha lid UOAII d-'i. ..> <'U.n: tl-!! I/1) Beach Miert b l '
I Dayton, Florida. (
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will te -e-ary tu 111- tiu.it! and i0n orati: >a tax c.----" II(
THINGWithout daftJn&y sure! "support the stability; of the cofterdam CONRAD GROCERYPCOMPANY I Safer than money; handier] ; iKH'ii and thf tft-hi! : (0( hesitancy !I.." 111:111n: toots I.r rht baby'I..,

-cS 01tht' joV'Iart' aWe of Lli.a flint...ii. m Mexu-o. Ta'! -
etuptoyed '
; the engineers: than drafts. Take a few 510. *
: V giving the subject no more atteii l 1st rict- v.e:"- l lower und 11Ilrkt"t'a.. BuenaTonic !: ;
a : lion than they have from ,the vvry $20, $50 and $100 cheques or (',.ltou Nd., .ra...rr. It 'la It' .t'"I: t ;

If really admire nice fir"t.'ht'n", : the plara for the !steel! your next trip. point: h.\\"r, I I "
you
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cofferdam were 'OUll'lt coasideraUon.Iu aa! tic d..,:,..i tt Itf HIP .Uj':1.: : ." I ; f
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this subject THEM.
Guard Toilet Articlesand gave :: WE ISSUE i the true friend of the cultured f I
fe preparation for the rock Minis 61.Daytona. 1 c"l:"t :xt th.! "-'l.tra'on: inC.'Nll'' : .t'au '- woman no toilet table is I t t
the outside as well as Ii., .dc of: aj- :thti'inced.! "I'.l''; .t. :: -:. : I i
on without itStx I
appreciate an up-to-date .. complete
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1 'oits, thv eiiKi'it'vi!- :> !ot: "L'U I't'"J\/'P'c.l
tetl
supi I'
the >>
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LodgeNo.
line of them call and see what called! for bid. t>n MERCHANTSBANK 'I. I I.- little!: ""lIuk"" :. 1 t
| mouths
50 CentsFOSTER >cute ago 1141
only e we have. Some new things material whi.-h m! _l.' \' : ,i'_ ,utI: "t.d I'.." ,i.-r Sure as!! you re!: .111 ve. s
other
rock aud I I.I' Ih. I.
B. P. 0. E. \1.1.. .: .. Used Buena Touic t 0
want. i tk tI "" I
will needed for the purpose.A II
i, you probably be I _'. \ I Theu there "were hvS : f
large quantity of small MI-M' .u: Ii; .. ; Meets Every Tuesday ,. "t, IIt' ,
; ,,, .. ti1ISe ,errt1: 1 , have I tu i
1 tIt. what three < r say
I tl \
in the l.I.\ Visiting ?
HANKINS The Druggist, oral rock is being found i Cveoing. .
4 ; A D. McBRIDE. President j" I,' .'. I ,
CO. PLACE soil: now being duinp d into tinlindeis > Members Invited. CONRAD, Vice PresidentF. .....UI" .'!
AT THIS T. E. Fitzgerald, E. R. I J. B. I 11'11 I
which tb* 'Ii say \\ ::1 1 N. CONRAD. Cashier . f !
Where Volusia' Meets Beach. 3 Geo: F. Crouch.: Sec.: I- 4t.' ,
Con" ve.) F J MVER, Assl CaiW
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. 11 : I-.. GEO.Dealer WRAY ia I II I I I T DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA J .. _fL


PIANOS and the county seat of

PLA YEK PIANOS VOLUSIA DELAND- -, Volusia County, STETSON ,

iZA&TF Concert Taner is situated 23 miles southwest of -

PIANOS FOR RENT COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the latter UNIVERSITY :

city by an excellent hardsurfaceroad DtLAND Rer.
BANK FLA.pegegand.
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; : ( ti EL.\.ND, FLA. recently constructed.At Four Tehnicalhl..D S.'. "'.-9 r' Ormocuntil
DeLand is located the John a Equipment on- St
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I. II Seeds Beads at $100,000Surplus Stetson University, one of the lead- Endowment IHK nearly |$IUIIXX: JOOOOL) ,":r.. J.
A Capital
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__ : ing educational institutions of the Faculty of 49 Pro'i 140
WOMM4SICECREAM $50,000 lessors! ,
and
In-
::.zL:: : / 'I i I EXCHANGE South. Because of the interest in structors. Christian. ,; thick p
Fbone 77 lor ', but non-ftectarUn ivy Lax
_.7._ - .. MOBR1DE, matters educational DeLand is knownas '
':our"I ..0"I J.i, .o..J D. Teaching. Je
..,-. .- ---if.-- ---- !'it't'tl I'halll", I IllrEuropean : Pn-sUl'-nt "The Athens of Florida." For address Information.
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faculty
I* MT quantify.MILLS' : -; : ; ;:" 'c "'nl. .1. I ( fl liii Vlct-President Stetson University a Lincoln Hull -,- Mary'sfrom
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and instructors.
50
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:>.' .t 'f R. A. WOO H.Clltob..r L. D. 'S
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,... -h. -: n ':''''11s., t'jJ!:=A.J.::' :. ...... .''b-: (;" &.-.. .-JJ are over $400,000 in buildings President ; SaturdalIng
= \ 'Y'--; nearly $300,000 endow-
J Restaurant I equipment;

I I DEMAREE. --- JL.L Tact: must be apparent! to the most ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep .
_ _ ................isi.is...I By L. C. p.- superficial observer. With such lavish DREKA'SDEPARTMENT resenting an investment in building J. *. PERKINS .; and

AND flllimSHIRCS : One of Daytona's crowning glo- weilth of natural beauty it became endowment and books, of more than
SHOES
j BUSINESS AND
'ries is her incomparable beach. No an easy thing tot the hand of STORE $120,000. The library is the United Attorney andCounsellor i Mrs.

_ haj ever set foot upon its ., to Roe
who PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS
. : It Pays to Trade at 5 one ff-ati: to give the finishing toucheswthlc.h States Government depository for the

House : smooth, packed sands; no one who have wrought out the colors EVERYTHING! State of Florida, and contains over ; visit foi
Peck's
. ; Bargain "a bicycle over its ex-I at Law old
pedaled J.j acwhich
ever
. and outlines of the big picture. TO EAT 15,000 volumes. Science Hall one S
112 South Beach Street..1.u.i.i.I.i.iussi.IeI. 5 drove a'' _. ...
a who ever ]
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no one 7 e
;: WEAR,
; <
pans 'TO
:Man: did all: this in the laying out of the newest of 16 buildings, with .:
:! pranciajj pair of horses and listened PLP.jtI41 11Sill. TO USE'
with wide marginsof an outlayof "
of the streets their its furnishings represents Will Practice .
: In
......................... to the popping of their steel shoes .ISIS IS ISIS ISIS IS ISIS parkage. The entire city becomesa Koom. 60000. Elizabeth Hall is one of state and J' Dr.
LAUNDRY : its asphaltum-like face; no one :t' Heading Voludl4The ]
UNO WAR CHINESE upon
J -- ( Federal
Inter- buildingsin
grp. t park. with driveways Elevator Service f the most beautiful college .
HI WO. BKA(' t'5T., 1I.-\TTO'l'A. FLA. who ever steered a high-power automobile I: E. S. HALL : Courts
Dress Bhlrts li.Nljfht: Shirts! 10. satins, miles upon miles! of driveways \Kvst Room the Couth. < fj
White Hhlrts luiWoolen whirls III down the broad stretch of;: I,J --. *
.. Check Hhlrts K Undershirts 8 wave-washed and surf-packed sand :: Architect and Builder : M good as to attract motorists G.A.DREKA&CO.UKLANU'FLA' >Thecity has a population of about i had bet

New Shirts Drawers! 8 from all over the continent.And 3,500'with thickly settled country PiLAND, :
a FI4A. |
,- a Bhlrtscollnratt.l3Hocks.p 3 but: realized that it Is a world beater. :: No.2Hi! Palmetto Ave. : isa time es

-. .. Collars Ld1eIotbcsateorreSpOndIflgprICer or CufTs Handkerchiefs:: 8 .. a world-wonder. Go stand upon I j. DAYTONA. FLORIDA. UU as for the pavements pavements adjacent.' DeLand proper five Jj j here 1 la

r- ...................... ... this wile speedway and see the hap-1 :.ISIIISISIlISISISISISISISI S I thai look and act like granitewhere miles east'of the St. Johns River, on WRIGHTINSURANCE '., day on
else between the eastern the high, rolling pine land of thegreat
and I -
L rL .......................... py souls flit by in Joyous mood milosin Yolusia, County "Orange'Ridge" of Florida. *Doa'lspring
answer whether: this is' not one of : and wetrn seas are so many '

H. C. THOMPSON Agt. : the seven modern wonders. .ISISISISISISISISISISISIII. proiortion to Inhabitants? The AbstracLCoVs: 'The predominating products are :

: LAMB ENGINES : = W. C. CROWNING M. D. II pavement question stands with the I oranges and grapefruit, the estimated AGENCY 1:i iJ buying. I
River.
Pellucid Halifax j
The Placid, .
HUPMOBILES General Medicine and I etreet as one of the chief drawing Bert Fish 1>. l.aill.II"; PresidentCars Mecfl.tar.und : a-op from this vicinity being over

; : Demonstration Given at Any Time. : Where think you is water with morel : Obstetrics IU cards. Till some unheard ef place :r (,:lS. I 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes, V> -- 1 Mr a]

picturesque surroundings? Nearly a'' reports more and !better: Daytona I peaches Japan persimmons, Mr. anthave
: PHONE : Office Hours: 1VltoSIO.: ) : 7toll..11I. S Abstracts Furnished : pears DeLand, Florida .

k .................... sisu.i mile wide. fringed with tropical vegetation : Over Kodak Place. Thone 39. : throws down the gauntlet: to the and Titles* I: plums pecans, guavas, strawberriesand :-1 b

.......................... artistic cottages with roomy)! :ISI.I.I.ISISISISISISI.I.lSISISISISIIISISISISIIIS world. Perfected .I other fruits are grown in plenty.In the this .Moil cit
verandas looking out upon her bosom I Squirrels, Flowers, Binds" and Fruit the way of public improvementsare OLDESTLARGEST
: (and Insured
, t JACOB ESPEDAHL 5 gamey food fishes in countless numbers ... Whatever: one's shortcomings and many miles of fine shell roads, an ing onMaine

I J I Contractor and Builder S beckoning &a it were to those U S callousone Maps Plats nnd electric ,
however indifferent or even S excellent high school, lights
a and Craftsman I 1 DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPhysician : Blueprints KuppllttlI
Designer uetine
. -
U Superintends Construction of Buildings with rod and reel;her bosom flecked I may be to many thngs:' the mere a system of waterworks that is owned I ,
U and BEST
________ Plans on Hdort and Notice.Hpoltteations! .. with duck and coot and snowy- I ;S: and Surgeon : mentica <>l "flowers and squirrels .\ II.> FLK. and operated by the city, supplyingthe I and Messrs.ness al. I

:: DAYTONA- FLORIDA. .. winged sea birds which sit about as I ; birds; and fruits" will send a thrill purest water at little cost. i
- : OJo'I'"IC'IOVR KODAK PKACKPhone : in|
; .........................I Lf! for the sport of bobbing upon the that is reflected in distended pupils BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that
I I U hi SS For Florida turn to
. .......................... waves; watch that lubberly old U and pricked ears. DeLand is a church-going commu

a UI I white beaded pelican pouch a fat: ISISSISISISISISISISIIIIISIISISISISIIISISI For -e.'ery'Lsitor with a spare goober nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Meth- FARMS i

I ; OSCAR MICHAEL :I mullet, and that fish hawk struggling I .ISISISISISS there is a bunny ready to come COMPANY odists (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES r E S.

: : CONTRACTOR I upward with his floundering load hesnatched I U and accept your gift. lIe will sit boltL'Jritht Manufacturers of Christians and Catholics, TIMBER this nui

the water. I I ; D. D. & C. M. ROGERS 1E LUMBER men at
from
: Filling and Grading : : : and knaw intio/ the meat, besides colored Baptists and Metho- TRUCK a

See the beautiful launches spick : casting furtive: saucy glances at you LATH eroetloshore
: : E Civil Engineers dists, are represented.
Heavy Hauling a Specialty. LAND .
UI raid: span, witJh! hampers and lockers I mean wli i leFlowers. SHINGLES The graded school offers a ten t tR'ndJheri ij

: sisiisasuisisusisisisi.iei I bulging with refreshments, both solid 1 DAYTONA FLA. 1S Usually fresh and blooming MOULDINGS years' course and the building whichit ;aIA { Mrs. \\|

\! , : the year 'round. you are remiiwl-! Agents Masiiry's: Paints occupies is newly furnished tar hot

: M.ELLADeVOY&CO.MILLINERY beautiful surface. Take out ;your field 'I II SISISISISISISIIII5ISISIS1llSIliS ed of Gohl mith's ('ouIlet"here Pnroid; HootingWliltcbnlltViiifnt throughout. and is one of the most II GOO- enueplace.

I 'glass ar.d sweep the river from! --- -- (
---- Smiling sprang: its eacIiest"isit paid !
; II i'i: i rado Plasterorgiii'tay commodious and best equipped pub-
Orrnoud bridge to Ponce Park .ISISllIlIlIlISISS And summer's lingering blossomsare ({"- !: HrlckBor.U WHEN[ COIELANI1 and an]
I Hand Brick lic schools in the State.
UI pr.j
; I light house then say whether the delayed.In and
E. L. STEWART : 1'Kl.ANn. FLA. The trip from Daytona to DeLand
Halifax i u'*. a thins of beauty anda one y id: ] roses varigated liueledolILiiatt FLA, who w:

I iN.. 8 Beach St., Daytona Fla. joy forever, and one of the modern '' M |Physician I ,itt.nI loll and tnili-i-its.-SurgeonKtfi.il I Ii.. U SS : < ; another household has : is made by automobile in a little a dw tI
and there
hour arc
A (i.!'! wonJ ** EEn: i: Th rot, mid Nov. >tJio- S i over an manypretty BlakeDye.
n. r. :
/ for the and the
.. ... t I pnrlsant) ! poincetta LAilS & FISH I S
--- -- S iiml' .ii .1 ul 1..11, :Miuiiolii 1\\\10'. ::.irild : drives in the vicinity of the THE prj
jXe'J.O.I'i: ) The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge. U ,H.r w..t of I:'. It.. ti-t-| |.hon.. >'>::'. prenii-is!i ire aflame; another is hidden
r. : I liiihour>: ia. III. to'\, p. III. U Attorneys at LawPr.icticinj i county site. A good road leads to GORDONGARAGE
SSISISISISISISIOISIS1SISISI in a jungle of tall cane. Variety -
East Florida wood.Ilidg''wocd S I \ In nil DcLeou Springs, five miles, a historic
.s; tie -pice; of life and here is whereou ht.ittami Ft'd.-ral I
Oou; tiHpoelal spot, where 60,000 gallons of water ;
avenue Is upon the crestof I \ f.nd ir.I' .
f.u-llitlfs: for,
Telephone Company | a broad ridge straight as the crow ....1..................... The binis flit in, and with their 1n't."Ucotln.Iud, :: I bubble from the earth every minute. The I
S UI I' nrfiTtlnt tltl.-s!
From DeLand automobiles go south
flies and the wide spreading branches DR. F. H. HOUGHTON g joyous notes help to give fullness liPl.ANH.' h'r.I r-A. DeLandHeadquarters !
Connections
at Daytona 18 shell and
| to Osteen, miles on
of 'he! heavy-trunked live oaks extend -
I rj.d to the picture.As I
U S : :bjiunuiry

______ I for Long Distance Points |I their gant? arms across the inagnii'iceu. Dentist. for fruits choice citrus fruits STEMTSBLY[ I marl roads; the St.Johns is crossed by for r
\'sta, forming an arch, and i I I I ferry near Osteen and cars can then
I, l.i>tona \ .tIds the palm to none for AutomobilesAGENTFOR
H. C. Mgr. from these extended arms great festoons U litTle liii kill Ih.iac A. Kt.-wart continue to Sanford and Orlando by
THOM.PSON. S I'rroq: ; 3:! W"lt tI,1: NtUI h ltriigi' UU quality and quantity. per acre. There Knford, P.ly S
of Spanish moss sway as the S Mary t't.votrtAttorneys hard road. There is a shell road
@ -! SESISISISISISISISISIISISISISISISISDSISISISIS1SISISIS i.re scrres: of citrus groves in proximity Maxwell Tour
'S trade winds from the tropic seas I at Law from DeLand to Orange City, five
to the city, branches betiding Cars and
ing
fan them. Looking straight ahead and Notaries" Public miles, and a good road from DeLand
H--T: I to the erth::: with their !burdens of RunaboutsArthur
McCLELLANlMill 1 :iown this white shell! street one bias I T. K.: Fitzg.rnki t:. K. o.it> .. : lucious gclden globes which for PrI.ANI FL.J. .\. I to Lake Helen, a like distance.

the impression of a fairy path with I
S FITZGERALD & OATES 1 beauty proflicacy and all desirable!
-.if sa draperies. !but as you move
Work : 2 Attorneys and Counsellors at LawS qualities \\ mld truly astonish j'ou.: A.ERICKSON. BOND SJUWSW BRICK CO. G. JlHmlln
'Ions and cast an eye first to the II Royal P.Jlliwl1n
t.i1s.e.Iii| \ l "-'."-11 lit I. for J.:an nil ii log The Fastest Autos and The Finest ManufacturersLight
Write or ask Lira about anything -right and then to the left jou see U ii ml IVrf't-Uni IjmdTltl.-s! 0

you want made of wood Everything "J distinguished; cottage homes:; in the OHUinCoura.l lUilldliiR.: "Phom12S 1 Out. & CO. Granite, Buff, Red ansi

the best. most; delightful settings.See .B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.BB.ISIS The :ev tahorId wonder do you Lidrget'lock: : : of I Drab Brick HAMLIN
Pianos
I :, Organs; and
Mio glistening leaf of th. grand I.arn CipultInnn. \ s Prompt "Milpi.i. & i
ik? Ccnie, whether from Alissou.- Sewing Machines:
i.i. i.t.- \Vi.t. f" H'H.I:I. t itnd Prici I
123
Ave Phone
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North .
Ridgewood <' magnolia which nature has varnished (. !.It-nih of .1.\011.1&\. \,- LAKE J1KLKN: :: FLA.
'KtMH; \. I HAMLIN
. 'n ...i'i'i: .1 :us no art's' *'s brush ever could; and DR. J. P. ESCH :, : to, .nd yoa will be "fchov\n." U
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: the cabbigp palms with their burdens iiere is hue the world's record fOI'pe..t LAKE HELEN
Physician and Surgeon ;
{ { T ORANGE I '}f showy! fruit and sway'illg po.as! ; ;. .. >; :s broken with every recurring ALLEFI'SNtxt Surrounded by several pretty lakes Attorneysand
I PICTURESQUE PORT( !- >I. iiiii-uli. : I l'ij\< filth h ii- -.II.1t <.f !
see the lovely holly with it.exquis- ,.
,: !J :\1. E.: i ""uu.ti. iiHnIK..in-,, .' ti. ::-p. eii-on: Autos the biggest, the fast- and guarded by lofty pine trees is Counsellorsat
i ite t Ui ny; see the climbing vines !J in. ': to;? p.' in. 'l'hUII'.1'i-.V\ T' ':.N.IIE.'ii. .\ t-t, and the fin-.-st are" on daily pa- to ro:-toffico
!J : Lake Helen, a winter resort of no Law
1"\RT\ OUANliK i- iun riot in the trees; see the cryp-- .. .. ..... . ... :rude: a.d:: I the; !big show is as free ate >; DRUGGISTSJEWELERS little
importance.
a"rt'tty IIUI.11!alt' PORT .. -!'!'-!' "' i. SS !\!) I Camp Cassadaga,
ORANGqHOUSE[ '(11.: nuns forms which gain a foothold :; p-irc: artesian water from the
situated flv.mil. : jn the great oaks and ssatfljp : ....C..................... t1iOO.ttd.T of flowing wells.! ItS; : a spiritualistic camp-ground is situated I'F.I.\XII.' > FI.A.U .
Kouthof aytin.i on a Lake
Helen
j near and at this
I.AXIt. FLA.
., :\:'ms. and surely you will jojn in i-o'it: :n.Kius show with constantly I
w
S the DaytonnNSmyrna : Dr. SAMUEL M. LONGDENTIST : a j place several hundred people make
lianl -ur- ,die!! florin and say that this is a siiittng; : scene. ,I
5 ;
; firoadthMnIeblghwayofth. world render for beauty. G. W. Fisher i I winter headquarters. A laige lumber fOUNTAIN'S"DEL.SD '
.- KafYwst. .. S. Fred Cummin | E\'e,- .thing goes from a 2-horse mill and the largest brick plant in

55 I The townJocatedonth. Is Owner and Manager I Surpassing i Beauty of Our Cottage One Door North of New Merchants S! power up to a 200-hor.se power, and Drug Co. the South are located at Lake Helen. I"LAo

Hall- Homes. I Bank. t eil degrees of sllE'ld i from a canter

fax River anti Is 5.44 S....S!...!!!!SS.....5... to a t\\o-mile-a-iniinute clip. You will Drags Huyler's, Stationery. ORANGE CITY ClothingFurnishings I
connected with th- Candies
I
slt.. PORT (WE No one of Daytona's attractions, I probably catch the spirit, when you Kodaks I The principal attraction around
1'11nllul" Opp fi' @m Cigars ,
ii bvabrtdge.II perhaps, commands more nearly universal I do the roads' and the beach are :yours. J'F.I.It.. n.A. ..\. Orange City is the many handsome Shoes J

The town M 11".1. BEACH attention and praise' than does I I The Manhattan Cafe | I The Florida sunshine is free, the golden orange groves. The town is

laid out nnd has the artistic cottages. The owners of balmy ocean !breezes are free" thebirds 'supplied with water said be
to the
Lots for Sale. for ladies and fI
many pretty hoin"- these charming villas! hail' from ft gentlemen. < -.......
every and squirrels and flowers in
number of I are A. H. OOOALLThe purest the world, another attraction -
S : A large Liberal Terms corner of the country and they bring i Iy I
toartsts and winter Allowed for ; Regular Dinner 11 to 1:30 Daily. free the sparkling; fountain water is to visitors. It is at Orange City
-: their own arohitectural plans and Short Orders. Box Lunches. f I
residents make PortOrange IMPROVEMENTSOcean Fresh. "rf-e andu will have to go down that passengers over the Florida East
wl nter head build' upon them and as the archi- > Everything ( I
onto wallet
or RiverFISHING ..> Special Attention Shown to Ladies. your only for coin for Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and
quarters en. of the '.future of one section of the countrjdbffers I
auto and bed and board.
drive
to Deland.
The
GROCER town is
S .i'reral attractionsflshlnc. ('onv,'nlont to AntouiobiU .. from the architecture of another g THE MANHTTAN CAFE I;: sur-
all'
being tbe 4>ieiIIintS ltfli'our.t I This is ro fanciful picture; its rounded by land peculiarly adapted !
aiml Bridge. so do our homes differ in ::> 38 South Beach Street PELANI). FLA.
S.' here. Its drawing ether thousandsand to the cultivation of citrus fruits. l I'L.ASD.: t'LOKI VA
S A short distance Apply to outward appearance and structural @! 'i'a:! \VM. C. HOWES enthralled it will -
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west 3f Port C)rll nl:*' beauty from one another. There arE- -
ar the remaliK of Port
shi old Dunlawtonitugar similar build'ngs but the eye" as it _ --. u__ .

; Is mill\"tsUt'd'r ath5it place' ;:: Orange sweep by is treated" to a kaleidoscopic :. When You Are Looking! for :. : "From the Grove to the I : DAILY NEWS:+

: earhyIiuniIr.dsofS change which keeps the mind : Some One to Do Table"I I THE
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tourists. One tlin. OKIfR[ CO. wond?cil1g. "What next?" INDIAN RIVER +
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all the country w.- t II. DUPONT) It is no*, only the exterior of many FRUIT AND ORANGES I +

of Port Oranc"'. -un Grower and ivaler of th j homes which rivets atten- i| Electrical Work% I GroAti on the Halifax. .
I rounding th.old U three whose
OYSTERS and some persons :
mill was u '\,1I..t in- tion; wi'.h.n they are models of convenience The finest quality of fruit for sale : Gives Away

difro and sugar cane CLAASPt.Oninirehnvtoni and the finishing and furn- in single hoxes or car lots. Special names were nientioned1fl.! :
I I f ._
plantation.Th..mlll i ighing jive evidence of the eleganceand : PHONE 14, attention paid to filling orders. -

4 vas slvely opiratidaten in those t-arly- fH. C. flOKS cultivation of those who worked MUNROE & STEVENS i Every Day previous day's paper .. _._. :

it all out. Indeed, it is the interior ..
daII.ut has been t.dlt in FORLAW GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. S .
.. and artistic .furnishing .
: Real Estate
Office Next to the ; : Four Tickets to the Crystal :
filly years.ery and shading, more than the exterior Ridgewood Hotel. i
Insurance I\ THE ELECTRICIAN. .
A \" Inter'tIngU ( I that gives a surpassing
r appearance Theatre and MerchandiseOrder
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<< Irons 1'iyliiiiiU :
U la
U S to th. approtu-li ot ___Port Oran* Fla. Jastly merits prominence as another NORTH BEACH STREETMcDonald's : i .: for 25 cents on some : :
GITTENS & MESSING
th- Tort Omni.' wont'er. ) :
l.rI.t-i-, item-- tli.lirld .. I .!...... .................. -" -' '" I:. .. l..m: A: ,'0., ; : local store. : : : : : : ;
U Ii .!.> n nil tit,. n [ streets and Pavements the Most IIISISISU. ,
ISISISJOISISUSI. ; Fresh :
S. G. MARTIMerchandise F' (;,) Fish S
through thprincipal |I
.
Piissing and Best.
: 9 : 1 \ -
Boat
Yard U .
trt 01 ; X3 Clams ; .
I ,
. 1'ort siraing.'o tin- [General I Why thq Architect of the Universe U Established: 1903 : : .

:U ruus l.ratnl of old th..N.1.-- 'I chose to give! Daytona the most; admirable I I CHAS. M. McDONALD Proprietor : \, and Rose Bay OystersI : Watch for them-...-your name may : I

S! mill returning sugar ti. the most picturesque natural I{ Railways. Boats Built, Repaired : Market on South Beach Street ;

th- .I l Port sotting of all the cities of the SouthIs and 'J, I be f t hi
Housed.SISISISISISISISISISISISIl.
uytonn by ro i Orani Fla. :| .* Phone 5 Prompt Delivery I next.
that such .
on the mainland. not revealed, but is at I S

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easily seen-- hat in age. and in a .1
CONTRIBUTIONS FOR REPAIRS 1111
::1 tion they were only "eighteen." But' I PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA r
Years Ago Today.
'... 4 historical truth to the record adheres Fifty I .

, FLORIDA ;"':::0,:: ON OlOi-DmONA I ROAD. ; this refers to 'their number.and March 13. SMYRNA is situated fif

x:,r... not to their years.I I' The peaceful evacuation of HOWEAND NEW miles south of Daytona ORANGES

SY have seen when E-m a-k.ng. to' Fort Sumter by the United States is an ideal spot reached If you want the
i TOWN OF HOLLY HILL IS STRUGGLING 11: from hard surface road best Orng
sail:) o'er the deep that some wi garrison 1> was expected at any Daytona by a very
STETSON ; TO MAINTAIN turn pale, and others will wu p. But!; moment This and a Paris rumor CURRIERFLORIDA winding through one of the most picturesque apply at w
MILES OF
I parts of Florida. Point Grove
oft on this occasion: ; nobody looked sd, to the effect that Europe backto
With its ancient ruins dating
DIVERSITY ROADWAY WTH VERY LITTLE and even the Captain appeared to would recognize the Southern a time when the history of man dian fortheRedlandln-RlverOrann l
u DzLANDFLA 1 Her. Fattier J. F. O'Boyle.was an'' feel glad. Their courage was grand !'! Confederacy were topics of the LANDS runneth not, interlaced with wiresof the best In tfit

Four Colleges and B Ormond visitor from Friday afternoon INCOME. and their faces so bright, no mrferj hour. JfKW' ': SMYRAAKLOKIDA the modern telegraph and telephone state.
Technical HchooU, 1 until Sunday morning. its miles of shell streets as Grove situated 11_
B. Equipment costing I I A few days since H. H. Mills, of what ba.ppenedy: couldn't turn|' hard and smooth as a floor and overarched from Daytona om
Years I
nearly $400,000. 11 Twenty-five Ago Today. the Daytona w
d. Endowment the Mills Transfer White. This: Is prose so no mat i H. LEIDERSDORF forest that
tiOooo. **LOST-Friday at pos'office' small Company handed by hoary giants Smyrna Road.
he Faculty fessors of and 49 Pro.Instructors. ;black purse. Reward by returning to to one of the ofi'icia's of the ter, there's no rhyme for mont.h-juslj Street car men In Cincinnatiwon Resident Afent grew in stately grandeur during the Prices Moderate
in J say it was March and date the 1-lth.i I their demands after a four Town and lapse of bygone centuries, New
Christian Lane Inn. 8731Hev. 'town of Holly Hill: a five dollar: b II FERD
n but nonMt"etartan'Ttaehlng.. '!; : Ivy I 3.) a voluntary contribution toward And the day and the sea, of which|I hour strike.In Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNProprietor

For Information, ; the the much might be said, wit,: live in our| Property and rest
address: 4 A. J. Wilder rc-ctor- of St. repairs town is endeavoringto
of Lincoln Hnlley.. S Mary's Episcopal chuch is absent I I make upon the Front street, commonly thoughts initialed in red. Ii All nature here is very inviting to
Ph. D.LL..IAII.i>.. from the city having gone north known as the Ormond road. We sailed to the sea, and Uhen to Honor Bound. the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here

cd President D. Saturday to visit a brother in Ohio. Mr. Mills remarked that he made Ponce Park, where the young folks I "Here's 25 cents," saId a"tramp to a R. S. MALT too is to be found the best fishing and
bartender In New York I want to i
'
frequent use of the road and felt i it had dinner, and a real! Jolly "lark; I hunting in the state of Florida.
pay It to you fer that free lunch, and
wP' -Phone 33 will call for your clean. was only right that he should give for "Maw" was surprisingly lacking: : i then you can throw In fire glasses of General The people are thrifty, the business -
ng, J. V, PERKINSAttorney tag and pressing tf BURNETT. something to its support. In power to restrain the young spirits I beer." men enterprising, and all unitein
in that happy hour. She felt Hardwareand I
This! road was pretty badly damaged "Twenty-five cents will buy the extending the welcome hand of
JJre. Charles Nusbaum went down by the storm of last October !some regret that her wards had neglected beer," answered the bartender."Th4 hospitality to strangers. There are 1 1STAIUANK
andCounsellor t to Rockledge Saturday afternoon to I'I to bring the decorum which: "
prevailing lunch Builder's
e and the severe drought Is free, you know. five church edifices for white people
vlait for a week with friends and'I!I she had directed. But they left "
ane ,since that time has not tended to "I don't want It that way, the Supplies and an equal number for the colored i
at Law old) acquaintances, at that place In Ito| improve its condition.! The roadis something more, almost!: unawares: tramp Insisted. "I want ter pay the town has an excel- s
which she at one time t'lE'sdild.' : II really of benefit the more than half of their years and quarter fer the lunch and get the beer Furnitureand population; f
lith I more to people lent school a splendid public F
high
sailed! "
of Daytona and Ormond than It aQ of their: cares. So when we ; free.
business
Y wm Practice InState Dr. J. C Herman. Osteopath 20 j\j lis to the residenfs of Hol'y IrV.l' : home. Od! Time cannot dim: U, in "It's all the same price( either way," UndertakingNew library, aad up-to-date

of and VolusH Ave., Daytona Phone 40. U1. as no automobiles and very few vehicles flying that day he broke the speEd the barman explained.what difference houses.
gs FederalCourts I limit! R can It maker SmyrnaTHE There are any number of pretty
? The cruising launch Alice A, which I I of any kind are owntd within --- "It's a matter o' personal honor, sir," homes for the permanent population,

DBt had been down the coast since the corporate limits of the town eo There will be a sale! of fancy was the tramp's reply. "I promised which numbers close to 2000. and
some'J I if any residents or rlbt:ors in I II the
the old wot give me quarter
lady
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[try TxLAND FLA. -i time earlier in the season teapots, etc., at 22 S. Pa'imetto Ave., some very fine winter residences.
either of these places: feel inclined that I'd spend it fer something to eat!
ive here laet Friday and departed Satur I I!tomorrow morning, 10 o'clock.PROGRESS There are good hotels and boarding or
to follow MrMills' example their: See? OCEAN HOUSE
on day on her return to A bany. X. Y. houses where you can find accommo-
WRIGHTINSURANCE I I donations will be cheerful'y accept: I N NEW SMYRNA
the Hopeless. F. W. SAMSPROPKIKTOR dations to meet your requirements.

Dont fall to seethe new line of conjunction I'nt-I say, Mick, I'm very hard up. Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a I JOHN:! T. HAMMOND

are 1 spring suits at the Bee Hive before I;I What pains and tears the slightest Can you llml me the loan of a pound! section of vegetable land as can be President
ted buying. 83-tf improvement of the road. steps of man's progress have Mick-Sure\ Pat, to tell yer the Rates: found anywhere. This land has been I GEO. L BRANCHINGt'ashler i

TCT AGENCY ____. I I The town's revenue amounts a'l to cost! Every hairbreadth forward has thruth, I haven't a bob on me. Every $3.00 per Day divided into small farms which can
11 only $650 yearly and practical l li Transacts a
y
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Stanley and :'i been in the agony of some soul,and penny I get I give to my poor old Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Someof
this is used in repair work on the
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stanley, wto: humanity has reached blessing after mother. the finest celery grown in the stateis General
us' DeLand Florida I bard, surfaced roads within the corporation -!: Pat-Be jal>ers, Mick, I've Just been Weekl'x't'Il..nt Banking
have been spending the winter in' of all its achievementof
blessing vast raised on thisland. All other vege- ,
'u which were mainly bui'tI talking to yer mother, and she tells : Hunting Business
this city as usual, being gues's &t, good with bleeding feeL-Bar. and Fishing tables in abundance, and here,
j I I through contributions. It will be me ye never give her a farthing. grow
ty.is OLDESTLARGEST the Morgan departed Sunday morning , readily seen that $G50:; will not go toL
anht on their return to Winthrcp I. far in making the ordinary repairs my i oor old mother a farthing, what River oranges.

; Maine stopping enroute at St. Augustine -;ion several miles of road much ie:s I I The world Is nil gates, all opportunities sort of a chance have: you got of get-
: Richmond ar.d. New York .
[ned I' make good the ravages caused by a strings of tension waiting to be ting any-London
and BEST and also in Connecticut whore '
g I storm like that of last: fall.:! The itruck.Emerson
Messrs. Stanley are called by busi road is largely used by autcniojIl->I I. ..4... .........6+. + ,,+,6++..+ .4 ,,,...,....S.4...:
ness Interests. They expect to !return people and they the first: to feel +......+................. ................101.....1:

tht- For FARMS Florida to Daytona early next fall. :I and would complain therefore: : of are its not,bad seem cOldi-unnaturalthat .. on. :It':'ii; DR. SCHADT'S .I .t R. H. MCDONALD : I.The; Joseph Zapf Co. :


aGROVES E. S. Hall went down to Blake they should be wi ling to con 'I I PARTY TRIPS. PRIVATE CARS. : I MEATS I
this morning with a force of work- tribute to is repair particularly: as' :
: : JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
lit TIMBER :
or
Florida and Western
men aboard a launch to begin the their machines are the heaviest; ", travel j Jacksonville to New York 4

o TRUCK erection of a residence on the river the. road ststa: :.rs. Via Atlantic Coast Line. : The Choicest Steaks and : Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor .. ...
LAND shore near that place for Mr. and : .
ten Send for Bargain Mrs. W. R. Baker who own a win- Tu..dar.Iart'h: : :!I-"I. April Mi-is-*:.. : : The Primest Roasts + : : house in Florida. Sole distributors for .
A DAY SWASTIKA .
ON THE
ch Bheet toi i :May :t-t-I.-53-:01.! \ :! : ) Lv!S5o! ;) am, AT S:! nn. .
ter home on South Ridgewood av- .. . Telephone u-t what you want and we Celebrated Beer i
bed DEPICTED IN RHYME. I'1-n. remit 1IB.a1! < anti UV.tamp Anheuser-Bush
enue. They will!endeavor to srr that get It. J :
THE GOULD- receDtly purchased a for |tonal ri>Kl:; :>tratloni and weurryour : you
ost place on the river shore at Blake Invita'ticrs' and rumo: were one =. lartonewt'-kInudraneefrom I Iilentlllicatioii ticket and Imd!.fat 0. +. Phone +. : Special attention is called to the :

nb'IOOTTN\ { COd : and are Aaving the house remodeledand day "afloat," which term wou'd imply : -, 0 . DEPARTMENT.
: MAIL ORDER : .
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DR. O. G. J.
a practically rebuilt! by Mr. Hall, they referred to a boat. So to a SCHADT : POULTRYTh. : .
DELAND. FLA who will commence the building of one they call'"Swastika,"-which everyone I.I Its West 'uth'Ilr..t't./ :New York.1'astnner . : c
t., agent will" l lat t'nlon : .'..lIrlkrvou leave yourorder theJ :
ttlc : a dwelling on the river front at knows-we turn d our: : ac-en- lK-M| >t":::11111.) in. to H':::111 to cliwk 'hu. . : Price lists will be cheerfully furnished.
'. l, S gag:; ); Mini at Washington to '-srortparties better i-luini-e you hay of netting : .
Anti
any Blake sometime this week for W. II. tion-and a'jso our toes. the i to :New York. . the chok-- .1..11.1.......11.1................
the THE r's's Dye, proprietor of the party that athered-wh, it was: .
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o.........ea..e.eeo...................... THE DAYTONA DAILY 'NEWS Peninsula Variety 's.oe1 1ttN11a/ens..o1 1 ...

Published:: every evening except fan- WE-sELL-.l. i

Anthony Brothers !I day, from December 1 to April 1, by Store H

I THE GAZETTE-NEWS CO. DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.T. t Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds ofr i

1 INCORPORATED E. FITZGERALD, Editor. Exceptional: Moneysavingvalues lu oils the market. ..
$ lubricating on t < t
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; C. S. HARRIS, City Editor. Enamel Ware : i

CLOTHING HARRY L. ROOD, Adv. Manager: Japanese ChinaLaces i f -:' +; J

GE': ). F CROUCH. Superintendent.Entered L.

GENTS' FURNISHINGS I II as second class matter Ribbonsat i WEPAIRAutomobiles r y; ,r Z

1910 at the postoffice Greatly Enlar
6 ( I December 1, of all makes and In any condition.Central : 0 (
// Daytona, Florida, under Act of I Opposite Webster's Grocery Store .f :. $ SIde

E' March 3, 1879. Seabreeze Ave. : . ; |

I SHOES --. Auto -
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STORES AT (Daytona, Ormond, Titusville, Daytona, Florida. .100.4//IIN1111111111........1..... 1 j 2 Hummer.v'

i 1I { Palm Beach, W. Palm Beach. : Complete Machine Shop : L. .NN1.0.1.NN/00.NNNI.101............. : i
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I tI 1t t- Rail and River. A i. OPPOSITE HOTEL CLARENDON, SEABREEZEFLA.Phone;i'a 11 .: What's the . i. T

| By .: AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT.To'larelnlonExtbunge.. :. I\ ; .:

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.l iiiiir. iiiiiiiir.il.I'i"iiiWi.mr.i.WiNmf.J: I DeLand to Daytona. The ,movemen I :

ATLANTIC COAST LINE.Best i (f should have the earnest support of Use 11 :
JUST GOSSIP '
j I I every citizen in Dd- tong and ever I of spending your time sweating over a I ''f j All de]

Service to the East BY THE GOSSIPER. } possible:,: effort slioud! be made to I hot stove these hot days trying tb get _, f : selected fri
m.w. !m.mmll.YNt1N..WmThere \
.Palmetto Limited. Arrive Leave.. Jaeki.onville.HaMinnah... .:::::::::::::7JWu.ni.llJ a.m.: clamor In thin: I I induce the Postal company to extend II the family ironing done on time when ] k i help used
Atigu.ta......... ......... ,.50 p.m. is still a its line to this: city. The te'e .
DAILY. Carrying& through Coaches, :: Charleston. ............... 4.17 p.m. city for a good band to furnish music you can buy an : with all th
Kichmond.......... ... .. 4..llIn.lI1. 'graph' service of thestern Union .
EJectric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room .. Washington! ............ s.HHa.m. and entertainment during thetoar&tseason : II finest Chef j
Cars. Jacksonville to :: Baltimore v.ltiii.m.W. next winter and thtreare man I'in' and out of Daytona: i., enire: 'y i in- i
Beepers, Dining& : : ELECTRIC IRON
Philadelphia::::::..:.11'Su.tn.N.w : AMERICAN
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York. \ New.York... ...... 15O: p.m. people here who be'Jeve' this woudbe I adequate/ and the hours maintained t I I .; e SummerConcern

... } the l best kind of erate.tainhig: that at the local! office are entirely: insuf- :N11N1k
New York and Florida Special. / Daily Except !oIunda, No.UN I FOR
this train de Luxe. Leave Jacksonville................... 1.1(1( p.m. could be given visitors .to Daytona: j Relent for the acconimodat'on: of 1!
Description of ppular Hnvannnh ............. .. ....... 5.1''''*
This train consists of Pullman I'rawing .. Charlefeton......... .............. II."?.i:! p.tit.nt. Open air concerts one or two evenings the residents and visitors during the
Room State Room.:Sleeping heated, lining It and steam.ArrlvPRlrhlllend LI- ........................ 7ma.m. every week would Lean attraction -I winter months. The inadequacy of I ..........
brary-Observation cars y Washington....................Io.2Sa.in. .
equipped with the new throughout highspeed braked l> electricity and Baltimore................ ..11.S7a.m. hard for other tourist towns to the local service was clearly ': -
lighted y
Is brilliantly, ipeclal lights: icing pro'ldt'd'for each v1 est : ,:,:,..:? l.W p-iii. compete wih.Dy strated recently when a demon-I'iI $3.75These i' ,
New H. H.
York Prnn.(1 {
41 berth r tor,reading affording at pgrhte.ct comfort In writing Hta,7th \ : Ht..._ 3.511+ p.m. *+* I dent to ,the wires north of Or- ) -

Leave Jacksonville............ 1I.15a.m'| the number of Inquiries which mond crippled the entire service and 0
Florida and West t Indian Limited. /Arrive" Augusta Haniinah................... 050).:.!tl p.m.: are coming to the hotel men's organization -;I i I there was absolutely no means of I I .-

DAILY. Carrying Through; Coaches, dharleston:::::::::::::::: 5.48 p.m.p.m.: concerning the advertised I getting wire communication into or .( -

Eleettric Pullman Drawing Room Kichmond! .. ... 5.10a.m.: aeroplane flights to be given in Daytona of from 9 o'clock ii the Standard Laundry Irons and are' .
+ -Lighted; M Washington:::::: ..:::: 8.40a.m.: i i out Daytona are T
Beeping Cars, Dining. Cars. Jacksonville : Baltlmort'.I/I.O'la.m./ ; the last week of this month the the morning to 4 o'clock in the a '- .
for sale bil
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W. Philadelphia' lJ.ajp.in" I
So New York. \ New York! .......::::::::: I 50 p.m:: indications are this city will enter.ai i I ternoon. Important messages we.e .
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a larger number of visitors: for those and of the Western
Coast Line Florida Mail. Leave Jacksonville............. 7J)5p.m. i held up paBrons! .
( Arri\e HHVMnnah.................IS: (t5nt. few days than ever in its h's'ory. Union could get no satisfactory replies I White Helj
I DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches 1 .. Charlebton........... ...5.ILS/)u."'. Preparations shou'd be made in advance as to when the wire communication I i O.
.ad Electric-LiRhted Drawing Room I .. Kichmond n.l::::::::::::: x.mp.m:ip.m.B ::::: by every citizen; here to help': 'i could be resumed. A line of i il The Schantz Electric, Ice 0 The Prlnc-
Sleeping& Cars. Jacksonville to New York: t i It I more. ........... l.'JOa.m.: make them : II Palm Bach )|
i '' W. Philadelphia .... .4 R.III. entertain the visitors and j the Postal at such a timeouf: d be -
Btops at Meal Stations. .4 New York............... a..MIt.m.? enjoy their visit to the prettiest win ; mighty good thing for Daytona and o
Local Sleeper Jacksonville to Savannah. N i a ::I and Water Co.9999909999999999t9S9999999999999999999999 Sao
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Best Trains to the West. er resort in the world. j,this vicinity. The matter of hours I Imaint'nimd .J .e
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at the local office 0"the
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A" O. .-... South Atlantic I Limited No. 83.Nos.: oattomery Route ; have UK ,
32Iud 5.1 :a.undi) the proposition to Allanjtic I Sunday and evening work, was rctntly "' -
,, Coast Line ra 'lroad }build: a 1 Lne discussed at me ting of t.heI I 0/........
LUlPm (.\'.... Jacksonville.. ..Ar Nii put H15J pm 1..IIu.k..ol1\.III..Ar: 7.i0ani from Daytona to connect with the'' a -.....................................-.......... -
1.18801 Ar...... AtlHntn...... I., )II.pm: ".: IHm Ar..ilontgotnery..Lv: LIipmL40 IXiydrna board of tr::de, and althc'u--h .
pm 4r..iAIutv111e. ....Lv it.+tlflu. I.IOpuI: \r.. Binninghaui. ..I.v: i,4apm: main line through the state at De- decisive ton: taken. I' w .. -
no a( was sdecided
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I e.l5pnt! Ar.... ..f'1 ncol 111111t1... .. iV ".'01111I 1.1111111I Ar..Evinvtlle.: /, .... LvIi.tiiam Land Junction that within the p.'s:1' to take the nia.ter up: \\iMi: I Trains A I V

7.10am Ar..Chll.lIg0..J. 9.a+Iplll I i.i fi.Want\ .tH/IIII Ar.Ar..l'lt..oulo.. ...'.hka tI..J.\; ..... I.vl",1 II.mpmI 11.:' 'l'm' few days several schemes fT a line'' the 1Ve:;tern Union oftii-ia'e! and >e' Magnificent ..
I i between this city and the S-. Johns .
if arrangements c( u'd' not be m d 4
Limited"I -
No. 91. Dixie Flyer Route No. !w. No. I' Seminole Limited No. 113.I river have been }ought up by the'' to have the office kt'ptoprm fo-: UIHreceiving "Florida s y Y,
people in :this \icinity. It is likely: ; .
and sending of me: s I rx< s : "Southern's Southeastern Limited" | .
that in the not d': .ant future'': .
. lI.lIIJlIII' very all day Sunday and a'l nirhor,
I 5.55! pm i.v..Jaekwnv'llle Ar ;;nlllll Lv .Jack-ontille..lr' L'':'ziin1Llbpnt a "Jacksonville-Atlanta f .
-\r.\\.IIH.n.I.: 1i.11I1I1II 1.l;) I',,, .\r' "'\\'II I'ro.., .....).,. :.'.1tuu there will: be oim- ki..d of t-oniut-: leant ur.t'l midn'ght.: I'.i.sinefirm:. Special""Florida w ,
'I (llftn'r....... Athlllta )Lv .s', :iiu.am -\r .. .AII III" . .. )Lt 1.2)11'11: : : i. i
8.46 pnr.: ..... 1-\110"1110': I., B.Sant: Ils: +IIIIII Ar .Blrlliinglialll I.,' t.'" 1'11I' tion }betJween this city and the St. :; in the vicinity of the \\V>tem "n'o i SpecialllI A, Ya
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.samr. .Chll'lI :o. A. pill 7.1i lllll Ar 'hh-lIlw I." i..IM 1111II20811I Johns, either cptraied: by gaoI: VI.1SOUTHERNRAILW'Y .
'-' Ar.oIt.l.oul.! . .. Iv e.Z.ipui' 7hani, .\r..Ht. ).tllI\'. ...).'.II, I"II cars ; office can give inornntol: as "to tit .
t line electricity: or by s'eain: engines j lars number of peop'e who fi d .

For Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or WriteA. It is said the Cljde line of teaiutrs the office closed when they hate important I I U. L >Vlcaa

W. FRITOT Division Pass. Afit. W. D. STARK. Traveling Pass Ait. \ha: -> been considering: this, proposition | messages to tfend. fy a'l} :Cl l li 111'1.8. ..

138 WEST BAY STREET - . JACKSONVILLE, FLA. lor some time. will the id a of gi\-j'I means let's boost -th.' movement to .

I lug the line of s eame.s cperat- up I haa line of the Pos a' extended to ; FLORIDA SPECIAL. SOUTHERN'S SOUTHEASTERN ..
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t : some kind of a railroad: to 1)ayI| ,, ; -. i Washington, New York and the East. ..../.....

STEAMER tuna to connect with the Ens;, Coast. I!I Jacksonville ...... .....;.40 a. m. I I. ,
Cherokee lOtllOka Riverj : Any kind of a connection with the Atlantis March 13 In American History. !) i Ar Atlanta....................5.00p.m. Lv Jacksonville........... 9.00 a. m. I.Lv .........
1SG7 C'essioii of ltii:. Felt : Coati Line or any o.lu-r railroad ) Alu!'kai to the t'nitwl Stat_ Un, Ar Cincinnati: ..............S.OO a. m. Lv Columbia .............. 6.40 p. m. .
which would g \'eome> kind of I .............. .
Ar Louisville 8.40 a..m. Ar Washington ........... 8.53 a. m. .
: : I relief from the service aid an.ommo-I sea acijiiired it by. virtue of the I' Ar Chicago ..................5.25='>> p. m. I Ar Baltimore ..............10.02a.m. I U
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. dations offtirtd: by the F. 1::. C. wou.dbe right of dU<-orery Tleveland.................3.15p.m. !.ArPhiladelphia..12.23p.in.Ar ..
It I .. } acceptable to the people: of thiuiinty. --> I 1901-Henjamill: Harrison tW(>11fy.t hint i I Detroit ...................4.00 p. m. Ar New york.............. 2.31 p. m. .
: The largest; fastest and only boat stopping at the J \' president of the United States! I ..
died horn 1S'I3. [
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J upper cabin. : S . I 19O!)( -SSu san Urownell Anthony pioneer i: : FLORIDA LIMITED. ; JACKSONVILLE-ATLANTA ..

.. .. The p ogle of ;); and have about I woman suffragist. died; born IS'-'U: 'I ;; West and-Northwest. ,; Between Jacksonville SPECIAL.and Atlanta. I.t I. .. tier

First-class Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin t completed arrangements for a line o 1 I.v Jacksonville.: 1 .......... S.05 p. m. ', .
the Postal Telegraph! company to }beet ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. \r Atlanta ... ............. 5.20.. m. Lv Jacksonville..50: p. !n..1r .
N..111.0.111010.101010111010..1111..1..10...1111111. : i.d d to that c'ty: and a mo\'<,- (From noon today to noon tomorrow.) I I. ui-vilU-" .............. 8.53: p m. Ar Macon............... ..43.> a m..1t .
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!.!. !!.!..!\! '!' \.'. !M't't ;la n< \\' on f'o'n: Daytona t > Sun sets (I. rises! O.-OO j I; moon sets G:>{ < inciniiati 8.33 p. m. Ar Atlanta ;,4.j a. m.Ar .
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Steamers U.S.A. I lia\; ti"! line extend suites, from : greatest .\ !lrtroit> ... .............. 0.30 a. m. Asheville N. C..1r Ill
IIIM1IJtII I Louisville I Birmingham ..........12.15 noon Jacksonville....... .. ti I 00 a. m.Ir i ..
I ....sw..o c...e...s...s.o.o o oco. ooo..e.ecc..e : I Ivmsa: <> City..10."i a. m. Ar Asheville ......... .......7 (X) n. m .
: ; (Colorado Springs..... S.15 a. m. Ar Cincinnati: ....... ......>.00 a. m. S : PalmettoSisisisul I

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I Lv Jacksonville A.C L... 8.15pm \:'I; l IlIr. l\ |I.rdl oin-- r Situate
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Lv Birmingham ............L.22 pm ,; I I i-oni|>l. !t- .twnt. > Ocean It
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Lv Nashville} ................. 7.55pm JAr I Ii I tlirini.:!lmiit! : nit> -ar-I I vice is adrlon
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St. Louis, L. & N..7 40 am \ i Leaving. Daytona Saturdays and llloolllt.w. !II l on |pro nil-. -: ; I. ,-NO \ 9999999999999999999 999999999090999999** apphcaj
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I r:, Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. i I.n j> i'i-'' i"n. r:.mi WH- I
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FIIIiFILIlIIl Dixie Route.I.v bound South. !i : , . :.ttitiorln.ini!. i'\\ n. r t.i '
Flyer f., .
I I n' Daytona; and a <"' n'ni 'iu n J In.1 yutI I.. I\.d : I

I Jacksonville, A.C.L... S.25 pm ;:; I I Leaving Palm Beach Saturdays I : i : :I STEAMER SWAN Ii I
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Write or Inquire; on the Premises No 39 South Ridgewood Avenue n/
Lv Chattanooga ............11 3; am <:: and Tuesdays at 9:00: a. m. I I :

I Ar Chicago ...... ............. G 47 am 1-!: !!' bound North.McCOY I ...... 999999999999999999999999199999999999999999999IBOND '! i LENGTH 150 FEET-281 TONS. I nr THE

I j : I'rlr"'t" i.11rz.! I l'I"'kI : With excellent accommodations and service, lighted byelectricity Fresh milk.American .
South Atlantic Limited. Iv I I .
I and capacity for sixty cabin passengers .

Lv Jacksonville A.C.L... S.15pm J I F. E. C. TIME I TABLE } is now being operated betweenDAYTONA ..

I Knoxville, L. t :\.....12.20 pin j! I BROTHERS 1'1 EFFECT JA'l'-\I Rv q. lent i i ti. .lf rK M

IIIIIIIUIWHI Ar Cincinnati................ S 4':> pm ........
IUl1llIU1I !11I Ar Grand: Rapids..... .. G.45 am ; 'oOI'TIl Bor\II\f.: lv.u' N''fTH Iot' .t-nt-\I.: i'il17 '1
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'(' Ar Louisville ............... S.40 pm | : ty I --
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; Seminole Limited :Set .t/ au rl1 11Y kY
i Ar Indianapolis.............. 1.03 am | r1YI "

lIII1I1I1I II - ---- \l.f !.; SOLID TRAIN I, t'p. .lip IS Lip ; \. ,but, I it! :tint Jackso mills 7 t I'II, 7 .4 p $ lip l u p ti flIlII6 PALM BEACHand I
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'p .II I L5p 1" 11111:1 St. Augustine tl nip' it -11'11 :! 'nap II ; 7
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: Three first-class Electric LightedrILJ4IIItiI 4 Electric Lighted Throughout.cniaco I ly 2at:! i t:1J1 3 :.p la: : I I : ... : --- --- --- -- --
f f i aliI' gyp Ormon.1 :t ?-'II ::1 Ssp: 11 t: \\0 Hu 4 41"'at -- -- - -
iI I :f\t 5 r"-'lt f ''rp 1: 4"'p l ""J> iatona II I II..p Jl at,, \. 1tIi I
21 I Trains. Berth Lights, Dining Carson p 4 1i:11
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p15 I . Roclo.ledjtel:! Vol' I 147p \6 Wit 7; :'I'll 2 t.11, +
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each train, a la f CF' 7; 1:1 IfII. a lira: ;J I'au' n :
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I Louisville & Nashville I R. R R.1;+ This schedule ig published as a matter of news to readers of Intermediate Points through the Picturesque Halifax :

%LROP the Daily News and not as an aZ and Indian River Route. NNOr,5

f B. WALKER. Fla. Pass. Agt.rnitiirni f i advertisement. a Leave Daytona Thursdays ... 8:00: a. m. i
I'I'T.
118 W.Bay St..Jacksonville Fla. : ST. ions Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8:00: a. m.

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ttt1IltHILftI! II iSIOU............0.-... AND. ALL. POINTS' BEYOND.. FOR TKKLTS AND STATEROOMS
III.t i 1"\:1\1"11 i nun! .ITIII t liT :11..1..1.i i I''- LUMBER COMPANY !
\ll\t I1-. [in.indtt.| ,, '!.. rth IIhl-. tl : i .
I ll:;i%II11111! i : t''!'i.nrt'ir., 1'll1ln.1: :ar.I. !. J Manufacturers of ,! .
III111IIE1tJI AKIv FOSTKRAGKNT. I .
I cpTbccjj.u I.t. J.u ;h- I : .\ ,'h"! ..uo, 7::1 1 r,. ". III., I ; ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER t : ..

: ,...i-oii.it.l. I'-. : Ar.ForI!-t. I.oul. pint: -.r rr.itum:and:-.11 a.i"11-m.! Laths. Shingles Flooring! Ceiling Brick, Lime and Cement: in Slock *. : 102 BEACH ST. DAY I ONA. I j A HoraelJ'i

1 I.! JOHN P. POLLITZ. I road t it-k. tMnl>lr< -> : I''!!:,.. aLl? 1 : r"" : 1-.. -t I't.".T I C:1:,,: t' :':' : d 41-,1.:, _. It' .
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FLORIDA :
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Daytona, Florida .
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( NOW OPEN i help to make the material. even more : IMI Absolutely : ;

Among recent arrivals at the B5- s aLle.
f i : pland are Edward J Hart, New York, Clay: through which the steel 1 ty- i .. : -. Fireproof :
L. M. WAITE, Owner and .Manager.
: James T St ftn and w.fe, New Rochelle i linders have teen driven to a d' pth ( .

: X Y. Mr and Mrs S \V Brown of fifteea feet is found to be of hard i : Now Open :
I Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all .
i ing. Eau Gallie. J C D Smith and and firm quality, which fat the t n .
j F, Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern .. wife, Boston, L J Cora.linneJpo': : gineers declare insu-e the titer 1 ok :

Convenience. Send for Booklet. .. lls, .Mr and Mrs Asher R Cox, ten of seepage of water through the tot- ,: j Booking Offices:: E. L. POTTER President
i Seabreeze, Florida
ia, 0, Mss: Bunny Bond, Mis SV tcai of the pUng :
: DAILY Hotel Blackslone. Chicago
( i CONCERTS Van Nostrand, Chicago, F C Bartlett, The clay filling is; to be packed: il: ; :. 1180 Broadway New York W. S. KENNEY Manager .
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i ..Address: AtLASTIO HOUftK, NarrBpans Pi r. Rhode Island Overland, X J.Recent about two fett alo1:e the sirface o', 1 i.N..N.............................................
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arrivals at Schmidto Los(I ..a..I..5.> ..... .... I
tel Mrs B D Coulter, :Mrs\ Virginia < >
.0.ON.0.0.0.NNO.NNO.NO.NNO!.0.NONNI ... are :M C05IPANY I TM
i1 Gourley. Adelbm Bil'son: 0 I S ara t nn .I..e.1 ;
osa Spot
Scripture, New. Ed'i an, Ctlr: I I THE RIDGEWOOD i Mrs: A Smith, Miss L Argue Brooklyn POSTPONES I [ VISIT URL[ \ JOHN J. McGUIRE

Ii Wm McWbood, Mrs W J Lob- E INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better in

II i I E. D. LANGWORTHY Proprietor. man, Miss: L Feldt New York, Fred !Florida. Table ol the best of everything in season. Terms as reasonable as i I
Wolfhegel, Newark X J, LeRoySmith LYCEUM NUMBER UNABLE TO i 1 the service will permit, given on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No. 112 Ii Ii i

I NOW OPEN. i Birmingham. I S D Sails MAKE CONNECTIONS FOR ENTERTAINMENT : eoeea............ ce.-:5OH-....0 ,
Norfolk, Va, :Mrs E Bsfeldt. Claytoi.: I _. ---
; i X Y. IN DAYTONA : ....-..-...-......NN................NN...............
I All departments will be managed by white Northern help,, f f1 i :
[ EVENING.The : THE BENNETTt
THIS 1
from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white : Recent arrivals at the City hovel :

!i\ : are J H Goldman, New York City LaDel: Fox Concert company, I. ; DAYTON, FLOKIDA. 'nt of \. II nod K.: 0
The table will be supplied until tlirLNK IItwrltl IIIlInll"" ul.
used throughout the house. Now for th third Hvon .
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A T Baxter, Brooklyn, R Russell next number in the lyceum course ofentertainments : |>roj>rn tor- ol Boston TliH. tin* it is tlr-t"-lu''i tn. v.-r v lair| n< ulur. Th<- t
I all the delicacies of the season cooked and served by the : Grant Newark, X J. E L Kohl r. Niagara wi.l: be the attrrctioi f"-Mtur sit' nr.--iilul SuN-iioi ovation( tui>l*on. .whit.u,11ny.In.ytcnu.tioul.> | ">'H,.IIllInIt'rn-vnrd l. HI"Ot..III"lItlt')IIOUMatiiK n ;g.: ntal. homelike Two ttnW .
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: Falls G V O'Brady. Chicago, at the New Da.tona'thea'er tome rrcv Ill,.t'ourtllIru! "', lioii i win IH lOllt| D > m ir' nuintli\ ot April .
I Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable J1:\ Bame. SV Batty Philadelphia, evening. : Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages. Marblehead, Massachusetts. 5

( i address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. i Pa, G A Schooltield, Danville, Va, J The date t-t for the ape: rante of ....N...N.NN.0..................NN 4..ONN0000

...0.0.0.NO...e.0.ON.NNNNO.0.ON.0.NON.. Mahoney, Cleveland} O. J J Murphyand WI. the LaUell-Fox company here was tonight .I .......00.....ONO..00.OQOONM OON.00.....0000
wife. Atlanta L A Wij&on, but the company is making a

.. Hones, :M :M Johnson, W B Tal- jump from Canada to Daytona a.d: ::1 PROSPECT
I ......it.......I................................ ley, C II Wilson, Jacksonville. was unable to make connections *.> THE i

arrive here in time for the entertain i. 109 South Ridgewood Ave. _
\ THE PRINCE GEORGE Among the recent arrivals at the ment this evening. For th's re.1S0nt : 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office.
Rid ewood ere V F McNeil: W B Is- postponed until I Steam Heat.
I I DAYTONA FLORIDA : <; : e entertainment was I Ii
; = bell New Haven Coarc BerJram: tomorrow night and the membersof \ : i ..As/ Mr. Foster p. J. DOYLE. Proprietor.
& Holroyd, Proprietors j
Hilyard Berry, New York, Frank W Eldred the company wil: be here in pet: ty .. ON000.0/0.OOOe..0 0.ON 000....0N
wifelr: and MI.S Robert C i! ! !. - --- I
II situated Hotel in this section. : and of time to fill the engagement. _
Conceded to be the best River. :I Moore, Chlca2o.Ir- -: : and :Mrs Card Manager: Snead of the theattr received ......................................................
I> Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax I ner, Toledo O, Mr and Mrs C W Le a telegram Monday forenoon JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. t

Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : Valley Milwaukee Mr and Mrs: Oscar: announcing the inability of the com,' :\\ HOTEL SENECA roitxKK:'\ J Ill'1'A L NIXM) 'PAN: KTK. :

Steam Heat Throughout : Textor Cleveland, S P Wau'ey' Miss pany to reach here in time for the _

Help in Dining Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st -. Wauley, Dubuque la, Mr and Mrs J engagement this evening. '! (.. ENTIRELY NEW. a.
F Conway Miss Sadie Conway. Philadelphia I II Albert Bennett Proprietor C. R. Bennett, Manager :

|I Prince George Pier Is the only landing In Pat3.tOr. (crt.t.Augut-tlrw and ,- Mtes: Frances Rodgers, Mss! I ALACHUA COUNTY BOARD :' :: \\'nt..r. Sttnm n."t! and Phone In Kvery: :
; : A Nie I I'liio for Nn- I'.oplt.l Kunninn(
Beach boats. Particulars with pleasure. Eliza Rcdgtirs, I W Rodgers, Springfield WILL BUILD NEW JAIL. :: Room. White..r\i. Throui,hotit' *SIK.Mr.. Foster :
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; Same Management as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N. J. : O.Recent GAINESVILLE, Fla.Iarrh: 13] .....................4..........4..........6......:!.

i i : ./ijt Mr. Foster : arrivals--at-the*.Palmet are One result of the recent attempt. If'.....................................................
; ...ar.l0l....l.l.....II.......................... FremOi t. O, Mis: A Fevve l and I'luier the two swindle: s .
AKord: ,
Mrs: A M l ;, to brtak out ofthe H H. MANWILLER Proprietor
arrested at Dayton
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G Urazt'au.1iss: Drazeau St Louis the': NEW SEASIDE DAYTONA BLACK. FLORIDA
.........I.I.........I.I......t Mr and Mrs F'an.il'r county: jail: here vvi'l! Le .
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. Julius Ingard
nislicd
i.I.i.... I i I Mo, building: of a new jail by the A'aii : This new and select family] hotel has just been enlarged and rcfu.: J

\\ Mrs John Ccrbin, Mrs Norman ua county commissioners. The g"'at.djury ! (for the season. 1910.11 to meet the requirements of its growing patronage. *

THE NEW GABLES llipsood: ; Edward Sh,!doi, letently recommend d tint a :. Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths. Electric and Gas Lights Call Bells t

4 James D Arnold.: Xew York Ciy: J new jail be built and 'he: 1-011).Y : Rates $2.50 per; Day and Upward.; ; Weekly Rates on Application' :

I, Y Road Walter Johr -;on. Ellen liar board} has ju called for bids 0.1 cinctruitoii "mil 111''" i \,Mi' ,-: IH"I I h.'!. I II'i < IIIM:: It-It.I ft-.1tlnu.\.I> : ; I. ..

'S Daytona Fla. km Xel'-ie: Kakin Ella: Chapman : : ot the bui'ding. Th: b > ....N..... .1 .....................+!.......!..........
: : & NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY 1 rtt Louis Mo: Mr: and Mrs Jas LHo. talltd: for by the spe iti i a. _
: A Y LOCATED.CONVENIENCE EVERY MODERN AND. :. -, Chicago, Mr and Mrs Albert btetl tions and is; the doors to the eight tucellej .1.........N.............o.L.........................

1w COMFORT, .. .. ..' Bachelder. Little Boars !Lead X H,I :, will be under automatic ('otl'ol.:: :t In. '
} t Mr and Mro Wm II Atkin, :Mr and tin reby throwing every: po l >iMe.afeguaid nTh Ivy Lane :
I y Steam Heal Throughout : Mus Thoo J Anke'-ell, Detroit: )Mich I -. about the j.ii'.or! and ot.j.I i- i l
I"f'II Lr and Mrs Frederick Cr uns ,I cials.I : A High Grade House catering 10( (the most particular people.; Cu.frallccalion. :
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i l S. H. MOSELEY. : Marshall:; : Crouie: I:, Mrs: .1 A Crows ,I S3.00 and $4.00 per day! -$17.50 and higher per week.
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t + k1 1631 vise t 11 x.M., l Proprietor ,\ltamont X Y, Mr and :Mis John .\ WESTERN UNION OFFICIALS :i t Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor :.

Tin..\i N.UiiL'Um.Thousand Y.. during MIIIIIIWI Iliunl1'nrk. 'oflull. I 4 I Waterman, Elgin, 1.1. Mr and Mrs INSPECT THE LOCAL OFFICE ./1( Mr. Foster :

i ii /IsK Mr. Foster I:I ble Robt Mitfe:M::; Trimbleli Mary :Bruce's Ells Jones 0 Trim-Mt, II. C.Vothen, ell'Tal s>ui.enn. :.4..........NN....S................-..-.-..-..-...-.-.-.--.--Nr00000 --..
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i a .I Sterling Ky, Mr: and Mrs F Pink tendent of the southern district: and .........00000...ON00- ---..-0...-...-.-..- .-...000eO.00
{ ........toI.terotolole.atet.t.r.t.1.I.IOto1.I.t! and daughter Oswego, X Y, Leo: M l H. L. tunes of Atlanta. I... J. Maxwell : ',
;: X Y, superimendeit, and I*. 1'. II m E. H. PURDY Prop. I
Omelia, .\ 11rIls: : Fonda, SEVILLE

i ; ..tet.ut.ttel.tot...................I.t..t.....II. Frederick L Springford, Mr and MrM ,; tock, district superintendent, (I II .' I THE Daytona.eo Flonda __
1 : X Arnold, Boston, Mass, Mr ar.d Jacksonville, and L. II. Heck, of 1 1.'ul ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON.
I GREATLY
i MIS J G Gilliam, Virginia, :Mr and I Palo! all official; of theYbt. in of the City I .r
: HAMILTON i Grounds, in the most delightful part
:4 THE Surrounded by Spacious
Mr: Telegraph companyver; ri: .
Mrs J A Stokes, Fremont, O. Union ., The guests receive the best the markets afford In the dining room and every
I Logan for a few hours Monday t"t.r hotel otter to the public.
a and Mrs: Carl Wise and son Daytona comfort and convenience- that a well regulated can
New and:First Class i J1ort, hd.Ir: and Mrs I W.\ the purpose of inspecting the \10.11 1 I MNN............ ....0.OOMO.O..o004.ON.o.Nee. ,
: Sears Xichohm, Ky, G B GrtiaderMin. office of the Wl. -t"rn Union.
j : Minn. :Mr ai.d . .2..8..r.r.I. .I.I.I.::1.IIThe '
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Electric Bells j Mrs F W IHvis. Bradford(: Pa. Hew to Eat Leather.:: : DAY1ONA FLA. Under.. nr M manaiicnicnt ; j \
Heat Electric Lights 1 "The inftiuio.i. (':Iltthi; Mnrpnn and Cleveland 1 Centrally located I good table : .

:1 Elegant Rooms with \\ithoutjBaths: : SWITCHMAN ON EAST COAST i Lls jurati-al' <.'rv',' Wt r4 'wiim'tlnu's and 1111 tllW tu :. ;\lIdh..t.t '. _rltii.c. --tt.ini: brat and w J. SIMPSON, Prop. ,. ;
tight; plait's! 't i'.tiia! I clev.tiii. InliK. C..lll.1t.h l : late. 1'J'
: : I!I KILLED AT FORT PIERE.II I o' ':::iuu were; ntlii'M, tit fatiiu:'' ih.>'nl .i.Ii...0t...I.t.loll...I.Otll.I...IOilti.90I.I.C0I.i t tI
!''i.-i'N.. ". "ii'!! JHTNti 1 - i\s.
: I FORT) PIEIirK..: Fia. Mar U la--.1:; l l"'lthc rn :;
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MRS.\ I. M.A\ABBETTE\ \ Proprietor : 15.. Lann, a sAiulm.au 'lliP'Cp; tl onr one 4wl."se Ht narrative tin in in; inv.|pr-.,lntrd i iu "111< :000Oif, ...:6OOE00@ie6OtOtk.afe.o0040:00C40N40s4 I' 'I 1
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the Florida Eatl0.; *t rulroad: r . ", i t
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Itu(' ':niet-r>4 In the AUSTINOVERLOOKING ;I II ,
the loti yards. by : THE
Avenue ..A. Mr. Foster UA YTO\i.-\; FLORIDA : nived injiirK- tM>\',>r wire "Ut ..f their' 111'11111'1'>! 1 ku'i- !'t teus t t tit
i IXIIIK! / kncxked from a car on wliuh putt' a -k l I..w tlHMiiir.iti". ( + . .,::1,1!: .1at FLORIDA I i t q..
..............I.I..ISI*SISISNSIIIISIIISI.I.I.IsI. lie was riding, from which he dt'(1: a ( swallow 1111.1 diL.'.-;t these: l.i''..esof THE HP.LIFAX DAYTONA. i It;1 :i,

l ::- I hw' hours\ later. Mr.) I Lang was I p) r-, leather 'n: hard) anal dry. U'ltn! : G. \V. SXNAN I Irol I |plckr, : II i: fJ fJI j

.I........I......I.I.I.......................l.l.i.I forming man and his had Isual j'ist: duti made. rs a a coupling-wi'h:< owe whom t'SjK I only'riineiit:1II'r whaClnmyr.: That: <-..uM.r.)r.itli tliv I ;, : Electric Lights and Call Bells Steam Heat Hot and Cold Water I I j li t 4

station; I would certainly lint! .-.0... .ONN.A $5 G4SMti00.00N II 11
SCHMIDT'S HOTEL with a car which had been or. famine-. they -NNNOiO fi fiTITIE
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: 'k. He l h tln-ir uwn n--1 -HV. ::1
: ed on the lumber yard s:de tru the ma: liner y 11 11i .
i. Henry SchmidtfProprietor, Daytona Florida : then mounted on the hand rai'j' .>n, the piratc-s. did. Ftlr tluMfiri, t.>..k OOe 000.C .00.aM000M.OO.aai..0M.0N....0MKS. +.. !i! t r.
mile frcm (Atlantic the second car and },:a\e the! leather aid) "liet-d It iu phi''then" I' .
Situated on the bank of the Halifax River one the side of two .TtlIU', D J. CUMMINGS, i t
It has fifty rooms, single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms I the signal to go aheld.t this did t they l lat it In-tvuvn i PINES t I
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It In the w.i: Proprietress. I
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and often dltipins
The cuisine ser- and rub it, ( (
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all have sunny exposure. stales of the railroad -:
and nearly weighing
large, airy and .J, Special( stes ferl families : point the tar of tli4> rivtr. t<. n-udi-r it l h v th.-M-" direct I' :
$3.00 day up under
is admirable. Rates, per company are erected and i i.1I moans: supple'( and tender. I>aMh. theyc i An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service i. : :1.I :1.
application. struck the box of the proprietress. U
: passing tluse, Lang off the hair and r..ar.,1, or> supervision t ti
: ................0B .B0B0B0B0B00B0BB0B0II0I0I0I0B0E0B0I0I0I0I0I0I0I I blow of whi h < raiHl FLORIDA '
......... covering them, the trailed It ui;''n tI..' tinAmi \"*.hl\:: 338 South Ridgewood Avenue, DAYTONA, II t itt II!l ;
threw him to the ground and on tin- thus ctKtkitl they ,ut it Into Miiall: morsels i Same mavatcncut, : .is the New Magnolia; ; Anbury Park. N. JThe i ,, I I

rail! the wheels of the rear car! and ate tt: helping; it down with ............ ;if! 't
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....Or.ISISISISISI.I .> parsing i oxer titsleft arm jtist a'o\e frequent pulpof, water, \\hMi by ...._.. jti. i 1I' 1\\
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F* 113 South Ridgewood Avenue. : the elbow. good fortune they ; \
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[ MAGNOLIA (LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. : I ----,- -- ---- ----- ----- ----- ; + i
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Furnaceheat.[ RATES: 52.CO per : H00b00..............M.N0..OMOONONN.ONOON000 Willmer I' The ; :
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milk, vegetables and fruit on Prop ,I1
and :$12.00 per week and.up.fK . : \\ i- t:1t\:,: < M I'I 1.1ConilortaMc I if; 1
day up; Modern Convenieu' s50c
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i ''I - - - I ORMONDONTHEHALIFAXRMOND ,-t',',r'

':" ff; X il I WANTED A JOB. WM t--B T ghtll is S mUeithotDaytona, .. x ,I -

Therefore He Did His But ts Pleas: r SCHOlA
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IInCtt- the Manager.A ?d on the west
relates how ;i .' >f the Halifax: '

ti -r rr ---.c. __ ? -.. persistent manager certain was app'Ications plnyxcrljrht!much .111110ed for a bj"Jolt the" to Conserve OurResources. i t'-'J,- ..The Drainage.n location permits .s: I IOrmond WISE I


made by a p-KMiIIarly seed Indhiilii.u. vt sanitation;
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QtABREEZE and DAYTONA DAYTONA Time and agiiti;: the manner had referred . I ..elevation Is su-
CHAS. F. S BEACH, two enterprising and this person to his stnmm.; rb and Ideal for
progressive towns on the Halifax BEACH ager. "See R'ank.: ; he wotild say, Interruptlug 1 I .Inter homes. AIde Chicago asago
BURGMANTHE Peninsula are geographically the loans attempts:: to s et { bridge con mind trvafj
one although incorporated as sepa PHARMACY : 'i'-cts Ormond with over Dew Hi
forth his qunlflC":1! tiOIl:4.: .
rate municipalities. The towns parallel )rmond Beach. course "2-fVtS
the peninsula north and south At last the applicant did succeed 1gaining J Many tine homes Club I bou s'A ,
Dobbin am now '
REAL of from three and one- James F. amlleme of I51m': the stag emnnngt'r ftroni
for a distance ProprietorDAYTONA ire maintained on Must across the '
half to four miles, and extend east BEACH who was In the theater for I By ,Ither side of the BKKTTON: l5V i-,
ESTATE and west from the surging seas of Usually the time "si/Ing up" eandldates( :: for tbl'I, of New York. tlvcr,most of them COL.Boon. '"' iI GENERAL INTE
MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax water Everything Carried In a First choirs.Thero. I r JOHN A. DIX. Governor surrounded by subtropical I:

River, the beautiful tide Class Drug Store were, of course, a number a flora and .
from
FOR that sets them apart ,beside* I
stream shrubbery
i Prescription fart did nuitrevent GALLON
Our but this "
of hint
with which they have close Is Complete ahe. d that will the H. Harris;
Daytona Department I IInjj constructive measures promote thrifty orange and OR WRITE Carter
from interruut : times require TO
three man
SEABREEZE of In every the reedy
communion by means fruit Wh
citrus
and
oth-r
bridges, as well as a half-hour ferry I Respect'Pbonelf the st.lire manager between song I (::111'growth of the commonwealth and enhance the happiness of treea. MACOKORMOND Ruler posed by ChariProf.nor
BOUSEPb
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service. with nqnests for a Job. has been perhaps a surfeit of boom, Ormond has many
Beach are There 1I Refoi
... 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Exa >() >nttt>tl. the stage manager at all its people. attractions-excel.
1 essentially summer and hundreds winter resorts of len tll turned to the pianist! tlnd ordered bound and bounce. The state and national governmentswere l tent automoblllng, THORNTON I poser of Munic

and are making those BRANCH him to play: an nreompanimeut TilE PEOPLE FOR THE ,ood fishing, tale
new friends every year among With -rtnshlerahlbestation created for the people and NOT eating and manypleasant Chicago has s*
SONNTAG discomfort. for the strung; r. r !
who desire to escape the &: drlres.At IF IN for mayor by a i
of beat and cold, and the seedy |person raised I GOVERNMENTS.This ANY WAT.
ing extremes Ormond B ach the btatexnunUlpally
and boarding housesare NICHOLSONFEED what \ou-e he hid in xonjr The result and constitutes the basic INTERE8TID time
INVESTMENTCOMPANY their hotels I is the American idea of government located' the large IN PROPERTY by
I now receiving splendid discriminating patronage AND LIVERYSTABLE was bud s<:s ha l could be.The founded and by which our institutions : !Iotei Ormond, and ORMOSD OR IB and the election I]
this was
most which republic
the commander
from mina: ,t>r suddenly! : principle upon U 'lesser sister, the ORMOND li
be BEACH ed with great
class of tourists. marvel. him to tie 1st. alone be safeguarded and perpetuated. It cannot trcttou Inn. The He Will Give forecast
itself, with its All Ord>rs Olvn can YOCI political
The ocean '
Desirable ous beach, hard as macadam and Prompt Attention "'VIsmt do jou mean; b.\_t.N! tomfool"You 'I', denied that in the economic and industrial evolution of the United ormer.od tto n occupies overlook'i'4 a'. Buslmw Prompt The election wby
attraction "* he ,d-nnnd>11. t1i< II.tf't1. Attention
in smooth as a floor, is the greatest Careful Drivers cry? have to the Halifax,and either Carter
Locations and :
local parochial grown
although earth, air and sky Faml'tar' with Roads certainly h.u: 'e iiiifoiiiul Impudenceto I States interests which were once .tin latter has as Its ocratic nominee |
any part of seem to have entered into a combination ask me f r a Job=r* outlook the magnlfli Charlesthe
national in their ponent.
charm. I bo scope.
SeabrtezeOmcea to enhance its every 1"111.1 l the strinc: nn-
"Look! her" !
and the Prohibition
beach
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is the famous automobile E. A. BRANCHReal of necessity be subject to national super- J JAS. Hill
The beach world's ;cry: ; In tini.! "I ,10n1 t lilm to be aMito >> I These interests must I broad Atlantic. nave full tickets]

: EvftnsTllle, race straight-a course record where has every been made, BeathCottnges Estate<< Agent im:. In fa-1. I 'on't w:.:uit to >injrI'm . vision, but federal authority should always be subject to restraints of Besides tint broad, ORMOSD, FU.Manufacturer band is the astuf
Indlana.and to > a stnce" ra"p! "'iiter. I OIISIn: ;: trplease I time smooth beach there of his city !
all these records it continues a l'i1M dllltySELDEN'S and limited to legitimate served :
and .
Boabreeze,Florida rivalr". I ( \OM l bvinscon insist H! ofItr'rennin's ) I the constitution and its object purpose in many drives for Pure Home-Hide and with credit

hold The without beach has a width of 300 to : Weekly. rights and concern of the government. The real business of the gov- onrrliiges around and automobiles Ormonddrives -- GUAVA V A JELL1MARMALADES personal! foliowlj'

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500 feet and can be used from two t I destructive but to thousands who
in this nation i is not to vindictive or band
14IIRIIICK before 11* Carpet.A ernment
hours after until two hours John Bright and a Alta later admin
of who
CONTRACTOR high tide, thus giving an average of AYT'ONA BEACH charm teriMUut... ,.f J<.hn r.risrht ESTABLISH JUSTICE, TO DENY PRIVILEGE AND TO ASSURE I through told.'n I oranges groves ; PRESERVES TROPICAL ner In which be|

and BUILDER seven or eight hours for automobiling Dry Goods, S6o ei 13: told l>j, Mr-( T. 1'. Connor In her j'j OPPORTUNITY TO RICH AND POOR ALIKE.AS I drives through tropic Spnee t* street railway Cottages a Specialty some part of eah day. Men's CorrectWar ." ITO was at dinner EQUAL Family Ornery
each Look; "I.lpdC. I >1 forests to Bp Esthnatrafurnlshed Beach EXTRAVAGANT
Seabreeze and Daytona I', whose whir BEYOND QUESTION THE MOST KIOUST AWABM 4T.
night with an M. A NATION WE ARE 1-h ruin; drives to
All Work Gw r- have population of approximately one I Pun.Amt'rlt'aD Ex. TheoryOpposed V
anteed.Seabreeze. a permanent 1500. Sanitary ordinances A"rOAifrom! by no tnmhlrl',1! : her husblIt1.sdemocJ'atk : PEOPLE IN THE WORLD. WE HAVE NEITHER BEEN the ancient Cause- .tttotiBoCiomest !
,FloridaV.XC. '. The H'usldti Inn srntinuut John Itrlght WE AS YET w'y built by slaves \ India Expoai. is a JI
stree HAVE
sand
enforced NOR
RESOURCES
are strictly she TAUGHT TO CONSERVE OUR of planters of 'long EIJOII.tlonCharlf'ltoll professor in onecountry's
and .
sidewalks are well kept, and was sitting near his hostess EVENTUALLY II II Purchase
opened as fastas nnnojed nt having him FELT THE PINCH OF NECESSITY WHICH WILL ,:';n. and drives to slb+itlon,8tdettlst univer
being
streets are rather
GRANT new A. V ANDf VORD was I Ito RESOURCES. tli: plantations of expert in politic
the increasing: population dl-I I among her smart guests and thought;: COMPEL US TO HUSBAND THESE Iiole settlers, has proved BOIU
I PLUMBER hotels and boardinghouses Contractor for him direct snub so she said the of the
mands. Besides ,give n Timber, which at one time was a detriment to progress hose places are replete practice as alder!
Rater steam and there is! ample cottage acco- MASONWORK during a pause In the conversation: antI removed to with the Intt'r- IOUNDGROYORANGES t investigating!
fire
Gas! Fitting modation for: all winter visitors in of All Kinds "Mr. Ilrlght. this rug, I understand:: early settlor, was RUTHLESSLY destroyed by ..it of Hoathern an numeroijpal
Concrete Purbingstdewal nnd I am very dissatisfied essentials and necessities : fruits and flowers. covered
Phone I852BDAYTOXA both towns. kit,*.tCDATONA trus made by you, admit of soil cultivationhich would produce the : graft. This
had Ita One of the most Inc
REACH All the attractiveness: of Seabreeze I with It. I have only
BF.CHFITZGERALD I
FLORIDAPINEHURST applies to Daytona Beach, the two "short, time and It Is very shabby and of life.Ilaring resting of theseSantttiona andGrapefruit
at the
towns biLO; io similarly situated. I badly made." i dissipated the wealth of the forests, wo have for generations li".iclwiV'rs is of the -

The divcls rT.: eat of Daytona: Beach I "Is It?" said Mr Bright getting up extravagantly USED THE SOILS and art: confronted today Hlifat and known Best Grown I
has been fnlly as phenominal as itS'' I deliberately from the table and taking ) us Moundijrove. It
Peninsula Drt VltDaytona sister on the uurth, and each year & I, a silver candelabrum, which ho putdown with that vast and important problem of BETTERING OUR CROP lion** of the ftnpst OroreonBLAogu.(tine Automobll

Beach there is a substantial growth. The OATES upon the floor and getting upon I or,inge:; groves! on the Rood 10( Miles
PRODUCTION
Modrn Convenlan- great sand dunes have been leveled his knees, closely examined:' the carpet -' .- ., - K:.tit Coast! of Flori- VorthofIIOTKL ORMOSI>
{.t'> Rates LAWYERS said t ilii and I,* amid
I. right. he I veryprvttr
H'asonable. and handsome homes have been "You are quite I Asia means iuorn.ng or east; Europe Mr. Prank Tot In his ,hootflog' I surroundingsdoundgrove
for both winter and all- blithely getting up; "It is a bad carpet of the Beed, Knox en'
Mrs., W. H. Freeman built year Daytona, Fla. evening or west; Australia means traha. deseribos the religion Is on
I Proprietor I and I will order my firm to send Deed Company|
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round I ie of devil wor
occupancy. lying to or in the south; hence we may i aborigine-; .is :1 tpl'I > th- Daytona.Maint
I then
I '" another In its pln('(' And existence I II II If
-- - -- - - -- --- -: you consider that these names mean eastern : ship. "The good s"iritof the Au.usUI }road. BULOW Pwtofflw
i I he (':tlmln'sumf't1 his i political conversation had some vague I
of whom they;
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3: land. Asia i is a Greek word Europe notions-did not. in opinion I

Promptly executed at g, I Cat Proof Fence.A b a Hebrew word. and Australia I Is a for much attention :unce.. being good ,
Fine J Job b P Printing fence can bo made cat proof by l I Latin word. The origin of the word I they would do nobody any harm. But ; : ex-.

i g, Gazette News Office. Btrlngiiij! ; at tight; wire about two inches Africa is uncertain Some ("Onje-cturt'I the evil spirits, of varieties whom, there had to were beconciliated" I Job Printing; al

: : hove and parallel, : with the top. that it is a Semitic word meaning; [ many terrifying office.

..aa.ax mrI ,, ,,,, "land: of wanderers" I _

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.fD li S mileiifDaytona.. --1 SCHOLAR FIGHTS What the Boys ThoughtA Henri'Rousseau: a man who used! to I 0.N.1N..01..N.1.1..-i1-.th.1.--10/01.111.161N',.-e..-1-.-.
prominent educator: talking to a hold
a minor government position In
on the west : A Carlyle View. '
[ f the Halifax Drive I class In an elementary school he had France, was for a quarter of a century Carlyle: compared the advance: of the I
the locaUon visited, decided to illustrate a point be the Joke of artists and art student! world to the progress of some drunkenman A Splendid Piece of

''ralnageand.a permits 1Slr gfilOrmond i f WISE POLITICIAN was,making the Intricacies by a problem of which In long the class division I In Paris.!salon!: For he years showed In daubs the Independent whkh- street who to ,the reeling other from, slowly one and side at of the the I| i

L-t sanitation; TO had Just mastered. He put down the had: not the most distant kinship with
of much wasted effort
expense! finallyarrives __
Tatlon is uad necessary figures and then said: ': :art. Some of his "famous" pictureswere I I !i
destination. Property I
I 1 at his: : i
ideal for J J "Now, let us see how many times, I a "Lady( on a Sofa In a Jungle,"
homei. Abridge CMcago!: Has Mayorality Campaign j this, number will go Into the other. Let I a "Tiger In a Jungle" a ":'\I ;('r In n Cutting.
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con end try" [ us try six. lIe tried six, and, he w1128x220
Ormond with OVa'!' the feWdrtT" as I Junjrle.; He alTe(ted Jungle; whl.!' Maud Mr. P.rownleigh tries to flirt i
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roUI'IIE' t n..w golf of Novel Character. Intended, six wouldn't do. "Well, let's: consisted! of Innumerable parallel f feet Cor.
d; Beach Club Music at the ': green with every pretty' girl he sees. Ethel Ridgcwcod and |
house try five, then, he said. I'he all/
was lines
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y fine homes i am now am ; '! to represent grass: ; the tiger was I've seen him try to flirt with you to'>.
intalned onside Just BCroll1 stopping the ; right and he went ahead with his talk. a painted: wooden toy: the lady lookedas Boston Transcript. Loomis Avenues.
of th. Ht BRJsTTON: INN.Way :.' ;! | On his way: home that cvealug; heovertook If she had come out of a Noah's; } t

lost of them I COL,Boon:. 't GENERAL INTEREST IN VOTE two small boys with book :ark. The unfortunate: Rousseau went Severe Punishment. I : -t
|nded by sab1 I f bags under their anus and heard
j thisconversation on exhibiting the same sort of work P.elle-And did you make her eat 0
J> ry.flora besides and :t I : every year, and the painful thing; was her own words? E'ulah-Ent 'em: ? I I I IThe
CALL ON "Say. Kill did !EDMONDSON & DONNELLY
tf a long whiskered that ho gradually: became a celebrity. made h"r Fletchcrize 'em.-Yonkcrs
orange and OR WRITE f Carter H. Harrison, Four" Times City I
[citrus fruit TO 1 1t baldheaded old feller come into your I II Sinister humorists told him he had Statesman.: I .
MACONTHORNTON t ':. Ruler and Who "Came Back," Opposed room today?" genius and he took himself quite se I ..........o/01.1.N..N....N.e1..0+e..a+a..10ISISISet. _
>nd has many t by Charles E. Merriam, College I "Yep," replied Hill. riously. "I -am a real primitive he Unless you bear with t the faults of a - -

tlons-excel- Professor, Reform Alderman and Ex- ".\nl1"did he talk to ;you?" would say. Some j'ra-tlcal! jokers even friend you betray your own.-Syrus. ...I.I.....!..I.o. : ....U...........5.....ti.o.
otoaaoblUnl.Iblng i : poser of Municipal" Graft. "Yep said till!. went the length; of buying; his pictures. .1
safe "Well so he did to us, but the funniest .. r i
If, and many. ORMOND i i' r Chicago has: selected Its candidates thing; by golly, was that the old HANDPROPERTY I i For Sale
Eat drlres.rmoad IF IN ANY wAvINTERESTED s for mayor by a primary vote the first chump stumped himself on an example
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f, time the state law has been tried In long di\islon."-Philadelphia TiuK-s. it's a New Book .
the large IN PROPERTY | municipally by the big Illinois city - --. .
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[Ormond, and ---q -- .
er sister the ORMOND OR t and the election In April will be watched Most Beautiful" Water In World. .1 F' it's a Souvenir Novelty, I :

Inn. Theoccupies He ORMOND Will Give BEAOH ,: with great Interest as a possible Little restaurants are scattered along; it's something in Stationery and Engraving: :. SILVER BEACHExtending :. 'i : The best modern Hotel in I
a Yocr t political forecast of the times the cliff .1
overlooking the of ,
Busings bay Capri : Daytona; 10 rooms completely .
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Prompt !
>n orerlook- I } The election will admittedly be woo and here by the water's edge you can: .I!
AttentionJASTfLL :
Halifax and ty either Carter II. Harrison the Democratic alt and sip and gaze: at Vesuvius away : from : I : furnished. Will sell at a bargain -
ter has as Us I nominee, or his Republican op- I off In the distance or jierhaps' at tile' CALL ON OR WRITETheH.&W.B.DREWCO. ;: River to Ocean : :I S or will lease for f five :

the magnNf ponent. Charles E. Merriam. although I water: In the bay below. II I I
years.
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f each and the :
J the Prohibitionists and Socialists will
I The most beautiful: water In the
(Atlantic.fe : -- -
the broed ORM OND, have full tickets in the field On one i I] world! The blue water of the grottoIs : FOR SALE OR RENT e'rl! .a
i beach there Manufacturer FLA.of hand Is the astute political leader who I more mystical,; perhaps but the \\"a-I .. .. : M. L. Waggoner : .
lay drives for Pure Home-Made erred hIs city four times as mayor ter of the buy of Capri Is more .
Ves and autois and with credit who has an enormous It I Is wonderful .I : BIKGHAH S THOMPSON : f
quisite. a pale
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preen :
45-49 Office People's! State Bank.Stocks
around OrIdrtreitoand- GUAVA JELLY personal following aud who attracts with a greener, darker color streakt 1 W. Bay St. JacksonvilleAND . .
MARMALADES AND thousands who knew his father and I I through;:: It. There Is no other water ..SISU.f...../OIO......... .t.t....a.isisisr........
fa groves of admired the for
TROPICAL who later son the manner
like It In all the world. -- - -- -- -- - -- -- -
m orangeshrouxhtrop; PRESERVES which be smashed the Yerkes I
\ in I And here In the little restaurant VJJJ..AWJw'V.\JMV. w.J.... v..I\.VJ....
Special Attention to street railway combine many years ; you YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND '..fiLii ..........II ..I.II..I..I..II..I.II.lrr
pit sit
and the
8<'?sts to Span- FhmOjr Orders ;gazing; at water below
KWMT .. ., ; go. This Is Carter H. Harrison. I I SATISFACTORILY.We ( .
las; drives to AWA.O. AT although you know in your heart you
dent Cause- Pan Amt>rlMln 1'x.p'osltionBu1Ta. Theory Versus'' Practice. 1: ought to be seeing; the rest of the

kilt by slaves best India Expert-!( Opposed is a young man, formerly a i,I place. But the water Is so ;preen and
tens of long Louisiana tlon-.lherleston! professor in one of the greatest of thecountry's I beautiful that when the warning whis andBonds 1
d drives to Espostt Purchase universities are Headquarters (for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin
luntatlons of ltlon.Rt.I.ou theoretically an I tle of the Naples steamer blows you I
expert In political science and who awake with a start and realize youhave
le set tiers, I China and Orangewood New and
I place are re1th has proved some of his theories In I seen nothing of Capri at all- .
)- the Inter.Southern- practice as alderman and chairman of I nothing but the emerald water so enticing Exclusive Novelties.
IOUNDGROVfORANGES investigating commission that uncovered :
an 1 and bl'autifnl.-\Iary: Sutley In
knd flowers. numerous Instances: of municipal Plttsburg Dispatch.
If the most In- graft. This young man received i I
ig of these andGrapefruit '. I IJ
I tons Is at thetors i Ii I ro

and of known the We offer subject to prior sale and
Best Grown

ndgroye.the finest Itt Grove Automobile on Ht.Augustine Aeroplane vs. Automobile advance the following Stocks

|grovesonthe Rand 10 Miles
\t of FlorlU North of
|I amid veryarroundlngs HOTEL ORMOXD I IJ I andlBonds| complete description g

|(ytona-Maint rove is oa Beed Beed,Compar.InuLO'V Knox en1" II I On Famous Daytona BeachAVIATOR of which will be furnished on ap-


1I1tt row. Postofflco I! i plication.

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J 11*Jm CV A P! H.H i P PO Y! .., -r $27,000 :

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? Daytona, High

,'a. 5s, dated April 1, 1909, due "eta
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It t II I I :M April 1, 1929. Price $103.05and 4

:: interest yielding 4 3-4
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ue ; I r $900 ,
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:w'/ Florida East Coast Automobile K':
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Association first
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T I >- bonds, 6s. Price $100 and

:;; interest, yielding 6 per cent. :; '

c Sa yog : Rs ? r .?.r.r; fin e ;: 1 ,six Dated July 1. 1904, due on or 'I t
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b J V.f before July 1, 1924. Interest ..ai I'' t

ag'w grit V 4 ::: July 1 1. =arN : Iii

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: aA :: Florida Publishing Company, M= 1 A
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.0 }pppp;a rK' 6s, dated January 2, 1893, due w"e1; I
\eJ J. A. I). McCUHDY IN
1e& <;.jI.I.C'h' N! .. : January 2. 1913. Price $100 :: .

E.NERR/NII : and interest 6 ; 1 i I >
E yielding percent. i
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Exhibitions in the AirThe Interest July 1 and January 1. ? i .
0 1311. by American Press Association. Daring =_ i"1 I j

a clean majority over all five Republican -
lIe !is :: S240 J t
opponents in the primary.: :

Charles E. Merriam I ;.. Stock of East Florida 'j ;
The name of Carter H. Harrison Is Telephone ,'I
known to every voter In Chicago but I Biggest ..LLrOIJ.IIUEVl"nt) Ever Held in the State of Florida Company at par. I :

BO Harrison.one it Inscrutability Is said knows seems Carter to U.be gill be
this man's predominating trait and lit I

those who know him best are the first Peninsula Bridge Stock at 75. .
to call attention to the fact. :.
MARCH 28 29 30 I
DAYTONA
Harrison Is a unique figure In Cbi.I ; Y.
I ;: i I III IIIPort
S2,500
sago politics. For four terms, from ; :: !: ,.
1897 to mo be "wore his father'shat. i ii i
semi-annual) : ,,I Ii
5 cent.
I
Tampa
." succeeding the elder Harrison In per ; I #
I. .x
the chair that he relinquished only A total of five flights will be:: made in three days, the flights to include a rare on I he heurh} Water Works bonds 30 years. Par.ONDONTBEHALIFAX ,-;. 1'1 !II aJpit
when he was shot down by the assassin -
Prendei jast. with the fastest automobile that can be secured and a flight at high altitude over the Halifax S25.000 qE !)+ i' k kPensacola

Harrison was born In Chicago In I river and the city of Daytona, and Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. bonds. 30 i
I860. When be was thirteen he was Improvement ::> .
i lent abroad to study German. and for These! flights are to be given under the auspices of the Hotel Men's Association and the Day- "' years. 4 1-2 per cent. Par. ::: j,1 l'II.ir

nearly four years heaved In Heidelberg tona Board of Trade and special arrangements have been made to accommodate the crowds. ,'
and Altenberg. To this day he I 550,000 ,i! i' .,,.
sings the old German songs. :
Merriam the Scholar. I TO SEE THE EVENTS Ucita Investment Co. 6 per cent. ..Ii 1fa

Professor Merriam. the slender NO CHARGE bonds, 12,'years to run. 596. w; I :11 J
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scholar object In with the the least boyish to being face dubbed doesn't a I' A Splendid Chance to See Daytona The Prettiest Winter Resort in the World. i Ii:

politician. He believes in reform-In a = 111
'Whole lot of reforms should anybodyask J --- --- -- - :11'1"M k r

you-but he isn't in the way of I I.1.1...... ;........ .. .......... ........1........1.1... .;;..11111111: !'. .....'.. : .tr. I
trying to bring them about by ranting I
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and The New Excursion Steamer erg
writing letters of protest I! : : :
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Merriam calls himself a young man. I SOUTHLAND : !h1v I 1CONRAD.OATES \
He was born In Hopklnton. In.. in I! : TO THE PICTURESQUE TOMOKA CABIN t "' -< : ; 'i iI 'I. Lea'


, college 1S74.degrees got, he the all could state the: college accumulate University and university at of Lenox Iowa I'Ii DAILY I X CUR S ION S i iI. I REALTY TITLE ::1rE fr

Co.1mwMw and Columbia) university and then ----
spent> two years In Berlin and Paris I.: \n Ili' aiit Hi-atlor- Elf!,,;UJt: l"'plt.' l l HI.':.t.t-. r\ ,, ,.n Hoard >t'(parate: 1",1'> .1t t fr f, I.. ,::. 'o.! 'J .:It'ii1it \\'i. : : ;

brushing up on some of the things ho All Modn1E! ;c.Ineilnce!. ) At the 1','pular: Prier, l'f f SI 00 the Round Trip, -- -- --- -- ; E AND INSURANCE CO. I C. : i
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thought be didn't know. Immediately] ,
'::'. : : DAILY TIME SCHEDULELeaves : -. ":0. ,
fac-ts : , ;-,11:1. l.eaVC', P. L1L-ula l:ril,!;.:p ,,ir/-> I"', !I no" r1.! : "'. 11I(... I \'
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In the '
i t been there ever since : : J.ea\\\ Cer.tlalHndc I'ayt..rm .. I
lttl.rn: : to l'rue I :o, t.re.:: llo\'k, Daytona: 3U::; I 1'. u. y f : I: -' t' : eau I
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of political science. --- ---- -- -- - --- .. . : \ '" '. s I : t
Not being busy enough at the university - i'!;iPliorv' 17t ;' 1.1: SEABREEZE FLA. t ... '" ,
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} Professor Merriam has gong I' t C--HA-S. F. BURGMAN, Owner t:, -: t'Ui I'tionf 177 lllu'k: : IJIIIJI.IIJJIJIIJJIJIIJIIIIIJIIIIIJJllllllll> \ 'I
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1111 GENE JOHNSON New ShIpment BETTER Fishing SEE IT BEFORE Tackle BUYING.just received. PHONE 1422RINGS. f THE

Page EIgh:; f 4 Fair

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1 .: '! o xis .} & : i :. BARNESTHE :. EMBROIDERIEI : 4 night
( 4t Cranberries 4Jti
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/ .JIP w<,_. / ,'- i NOVELTY MAN : I {
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.. irourlrtmpiand: $I Handkerchiefs of whiickIn l ., while our stock. N l'OIlt'Io.t.: j
ir vttU Jl i tt toit: Mutt. butt: th. ut now % j
: . fact for any want roll 011 "

t t/1 :;:. ... ,;;J7"--- The New Fabric fromO Sc : -' .. :.1 Gardiner ''t
BARNESTHE
England to you for..< : The Chas. Co. W
Q;i \ } /Jtl' : : SHEPPARD'S GROCERY : NOVELTY MAN :. I a
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\i74.. THE PECK-HENDRICKS CO. 5 : West End of Central Bridge : :111!Mouth llrachMtreet, Davtonii, Fla. : L.----- ; ;;;;
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Il' DEVOTED8TOBicycles : -- :
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Ju3meuhk I
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I : etables and Fruit : W
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{I Ii With a complete shop and : Specialty.Phone :i TOBEST

) I tent help we can do the most I
NEW Orders
satisfactory work I :. Promptly Filled. tS -



U, I DAYTONATHEATRE High-Class : i ON 1 !.. J. W. Ball- & Son FEREl


S Opposite the Yacht..Club I .: No, 237 North Beach St. 'Plaoae 55 .MOOS

I!I ....MN..M4M.- .1.1.......1.1...1.......1 SHOO

Motion PicturesOpen I t Every

q-724 I A GASTRONOMIC JOY. W.M.SHAFFNEReal cin'ty wLS}

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I I Old English Recipe For the Famou; Estate and ever per(

I Soupe a la Crecy.In in one oj

I the "Illustrated London! Cookery: Fire Insurance hereby rt|
1 rrederirk Nbhop. late cul I
Rook by
I to be on
II I I La Dell Fox saner to St. JaiiieV palace, Earl firey. 122 South Beach StreetCHILDREN'S Clarendoi.lafternoon:
| the Martinis. of Stafford Baron Hotusehild. -

Earl :\ rlmr,'. Captain Dun : ]
I combe and many of the first families I This re
Daily at 2:30: of Great Britain ((1ST.2): ). we fiud this!

s Concert Co.WILL recipe for sonpo'! a la Crec-y: son'hoand the

"Cut half a pound of lean ham lit
conimunitThe
----- dice, three onions, four turnips: twelve
carrots (the outer side red only) a head plj
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APPEARTUESDAY Xisw Snow EVERY of celery, a faggot of sweet h'rbs.'c) I moving I\

blades of mace, !six< : cloves, a bay leaf a(4s Daytonathe
I t and half a pound of salt butter. Fry I Unit]
I all down in a until they pot n that eve
II stewpan
lame
NIGHTinstead :M. B. Aultman is nursing a STEPFATHER OF CARlETflffi EYES
I little brown: then add some second of the &'
ba k
light: arm injured by a : exp'owhile -
t stock and stew until all the roots are Cannot be too carefully safeguarded. picture
3i0:1 cranking an automob'l' I quite tender; then rub it through a for they (have but one pair to Ut The pi
IS FINED AND COSTS.
of Tonight, owing to bad connections. $W I
tammy sieve or tammy cloth! with two a lifetime.i It there are indicationsof two
.
t Help wanted fcr general housrwork.: I rep
long': spoons. If very thlT-k add more anything wrong with your chJld'i
Reserved Seats at Hankins. Apply at: Armenian Bazaar. 87-88 i tionalbeen E:
I I Season with and black
stock. tltthem
JUDGE COOPER SUSPENDS SENTENCE { cayenne eyes bring him or her and I win in It
and salt and a good bit ff su' ;:-
pepper with Glasses to correct the
Corn, Sunday morning to Mr. and moving pj
Mis. C. M. Rogeie. of Fairview av-I WITH UNDERSTANDING I nr. Send up on a napkin some nice trouble. If medical treatment 18 nor.essary and bestpurpoe
dice and not
I fried bread cut In small
.. I will tell you so.
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Mother baby <
- -- enue, a daughter. "
i THAT DEAVER WILL NOT RETURN -I greasy.
doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Hoier;> Tills Is far I loss elaborate! than it will 6ho|
now have a trio of title ;Lrt.s I TO ESPANOLA.At I sounds and Is. Indeed in the main the Dr. Neville H. Clark vantage

Happy CombinationSAFETY recognized recipe for the royal soup. all throm|
A St. Augustine Saturday W. I. Optometrist
AND SATISFACTION **FOR SALE/ Kectric! automcbi'eStudebakEr. I The spice Is, If anything, n trifle overdone to Ot. actor "
$500.:: (N'ew would cost Deaver, stepfather of the Car e'on I and the carrots want to be well Look for the Sign of the EYE. (orW.J

It o;is not enough: that a bank shows itsoppreciation for your business. A clown $1.00pp1y;; ) Robert Glasbrt: ni.er,! boys, charged with the murder ofDeputy 1 chosen, ns the !slightest stringiness destroys when the]

may be affable ahd polite and yet hardly competent and capable of managing at garage rear of cottage, cor. Ridge- Sheriff Guy White and ALeSnyder the homogeneity of the com Thesemoving
menagerie.! We imite accounts of firms corporations individuals, wood and Magnolia avenuvs. S7-2t:! i I at Espanola.va8: tried before I pound. The\ broad dice, are Importantand r J

based on our resources and record for upright dealing. Our methods are should be fried in the very best tona beat|
i modern: our facilities ample an adequate and we strive to please our customers I her moth- Judge" Cooper but the charge, butter or sui>rI3t1n ely good olive oil.- all oter
and
I :Met F. C. Gardner GREEN GOODS
by protecting their interests on must liberal terms.PEOPLE'S P:111lal1 Gazette.
of obstructing an officer in the
performance tr
er. Mrs. Eliza )EddyIio have beenin ,, racing |
'I Jacksonville for the past time of his duty was changed to' taken fro j
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STATE BANK I weeks, returned Sa lirday evening a simple charge of assault and bat I: The Sick Air. day aftt.'rb !
and are again: with Mr. and Mrs. B. This expression: of your Miss D- .Oited ill
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. tery.It I
I' H. r;".r deer! on South IUJ ?\\"d avtnue. Muir," said the teacher of the (VSFS I itrhetoric' We are carrying a completeline explam t\\

I I'r.'lIhl"nt.04.I'.IIr.I.\SIl.! : rIu' r. \1. t-.I'\ltrt-t: Mrt. Eddy was greatly bentfitted was charged that -he as.saulted: I who had been examining he of Green Urcceries, in- 'V* the
I V icI'-I'I't'"ItI"llt+,(I. H. .";.\ I.\S: M I.. \\'.\"'i.OXKR.: :
U. F. Sabate
.*. by an operation which she< when he attempted to:, essay, "is exceedingly faulty. You say chiding tona l oac'orutuh'|
underwent while in Jack onvile. enter the home to search for 'I'It made the very air slk.: How can : ,
llti'I'I
----- -- com Carleton charged with : II you think of the atmosphere beinf pi*'ureOearfo

.. 7 p4LOCALSPERSONALS Edwin Mabbetfe.. the son of Mrs. I. double murder. Mr. Deaver wa*! sick?' Golden Wax Beans ct
I found guilty and fined : "It seems to n't'; ," rl'plilJlIss: Be b.l. rbu.
M. :Mabbette, Propl iE'trt.-'i of the $ .0 arid cot s, I I
Hamilton hotel, celebrated! hi9th but Judge Cooper suspended the sentence :Muir, "I have read somewhere of an Green Beans . ntt t

birthday anniversary at that house I I upon the understanding/ that I I I Ul Rind"Chicago Tribune..:.. I II' .,

Saturday, as the real anniversary I Ueavor will nt( return to I i-epallf'a.; ,' Cork Trees. CucumbersCauliflower 4u. t

t, I ot-ourrcd' Sunda)'. A iniiiibtr of his'I I' Before It produces bark of commercial I ni.ulfo.

1 II I 1 -- \ 1 11 boy friends in the celebration.were invited They to participate wt regiven i-I ENCLOSES I DESCRIPTION I years value oM. a cork tree must be fifty III'I')>4'i.n l.-S(I"lit


1 1 Mr. and Mrs.; John Case of Vou! >'a'' Mr*. Horace Norton: of .\Illt'\ rs'; carte blanche in the t;mokins!: I OF DAYTONA IN : --------- Tomatoes i_'- 111-' I II
LETTERS.
i room and :t is ne: dle.:s to say they I I BAITYOUR
:neIlU'lwllt the greater paitofhjt: I J MUMS.; who i i.> a gUt st of the Hamilton I qLdOE
week at Miami. hotel, in company with her s's had a splendid time. Edwin received __ iI I i HOOK The PeppersThey
I
a number of attractive I
tel'1 \\ II. Dlyrnyer of Evanston : ptent &
rs. PLAN ADOPTED BY BUSINESSMAN WHILE 1 1I lI' l-
**I 'want to rent a small funiUheJ III., wa the n-cipient of a quantity i iI
cottage for 2: m ntlu.dt.lre..- of magnificent roses Sunday, presented OF DAYTONA COULD BE 1 THEY BITE FishingTackle : are Always Fresh.

-Qakk," Dairy News. 5..I-: by friends: in honor of the **XOT1CE: If the partyvho took I I .
I money and pins from the lle\e'ar.d FOLLOWED BY OTHERS TQ THE
anniversary (.f her birth which o.cui.'fii .- i
Dr. J. I). Ilo;s had his mw bo t. thai day. Sunday, will return the pinr to th. CITY'S ADVANTAGE. LL
the Columbia II, out for a trial run Cleveland by mail or othen"i-e, he I!I DAYTONACOLD
e eI I
Saturday afternoon and was; ver.v we 1 1ylcaee'J *Iiuff Orpington acd K. C. White may retain the money, and: no qu s' \\'. II. Peck: bus for i the pa t twostuaoiis You're

'I with her acticn.rqii Wyandott eggs 1.,, for $Uttt. C. II. tions: will bv asked. If same is not wad it a pratlireto. c ip STORAGE CO. j

1 1 rainier, I lh.it'A'e. 87-S!> I' received the matter will bt- placed I in from the Daily Xt'tb dfsi-nj t i-it loooking for

SALE-:Mitchell\ : : touring car the hands:: of fxperi"in-ed me i. 7tI : I of D av, tout and enclose it in li-ttf just :R. D. JOHNSON Mgr,' ,

40 h. p.. 5; passenger:. in fi si cla s Mrs. A. M. .Alford who h.s: been .I -- wailed: north. That l'- attraiu utention -.|j

cocdittion.: Apply Sanford, ller-tld. Siting: relatives in ,'h', city tor the OPERATOR OF BLIXD D TIGER i is proved by the r --fen-im-.. receivedat --
tr;+.:It pai,; two weeks. being the gue't ..f I II It It .t t jmi.ijmade] In rtpie::' ..> 'I. !1.t 1.-: ABig Offer On

hvr. sster-in-aw! Ms. F. T. Pek. on I t '-!iand Clrut.IIr OHMar : h:-hv:
. ** I will: ; IS FINED $$50 AM A D) ; .
If' UU Lillian Tboniisoa Loom avenue, dei/arted th's morn COSTS i i>!u] \linn-litar! >' bt.th to D.i\tou; : ami, ,
I all at the Dai'!y News office befor'Itomorrow : ing; on her return -to her home in I tile Daily News.It GEXEJOHOTSWest E ; '

.j night she wi'l be prtsentod -I Fremout, OUio. Mr 5. Alford had I I II \\f.ud: take but 1 t'it' !.IIl" :.nul, SHOESDesirino

:, with two ;;:rke's to the Crjstaltheater. been ovtr on the gulf coast for -omtweeks -I I WILLIE LEE OF WAYCROSS I would !lt' excellent: advet: :-,1.4: \\t. End Cen- t

: before coming here but rt'at.1 HANDED STIFF SENTENCE IN!I the city t if inhere: would folti! )IP, M1fi 'tial Bridge {

r ly prefers Daytoca to any other'I ,.xaiupleet by 11 r. Peck un.i .-!u.1! 1.". 6I. ,
.FO'jl S.LE'a:: '1 show cases. place: she \"ted. I' COURT FOR ILLEGAL SALE OF! the d.-....riltiml of Duytona in I 1. -'.. r to know how many

7 ft. 6 inches Inn;;. 1 flog case. plaie; U... friends and busing; cotut--ti < :,,,; .-> :-..............---..0.z .- persons read the adver
LIQUOR.On .
glass aides and top 5 ft. long at in the north as it furu :.ht-s hot (.n'\: tisements of
The Ladies Circle of the Congregational
i iI
Lrue Beautiful
s J Kodak 1'iai-e. SG-tf church will serve a supperat I the charge of illegal sale of 1 liquor i- a"f'ry good description of tili' < 1 i'r y {

Adafu Schantz- -liar been called: to Social hall, Tuesday evening,1 in connection: with ('On lIrt-1 but also the proof that :it i:Mippl'-d' d! Home Sites ; M.C
March 11- shortcake ing a blind tiger in WaycroWillie, I with a good live paper workitm f .,- i iI THE FOSTER
orange a special I
Ills' : home in Dayton, Ohio on important .
Lee, colored, of \\'a'CrOS9 was fined : i lUs interest>. I
business and will: remain in i feature. Supper at 6 o'clock. Ice I- I Ii, 'I.nlni4. Ih .in I 15-ai ". ll\, r
$3u; and co* r.s by Mayor Titus in :
the north for one week, after which cream: :and 'akt.t'rn: all evening. > I PRESIDENT PLAYS GOLF tend Int' run lots. for :01- accept y
;,:! municipal couit :Monday morning As : "'limp, liiilf 11111* I IM-IOW HnuthiTiil the offers to
t he will spend the remainder of the : I .. company
i iI
an alternative to paying the fine he MAKES VISIT TO AIKEN. "nitli !t' miiMila l It-t.i . j advertiseemeets Toland
with I his family at Sc.hmiut'- one of these
1 season \.lilr. s I'. u. Ito' |1-: '. ir Mr. I

t hoteL __ I I Seethe I was wa3 given lodged 6')in days jail on while the street making and an dent Al'urSTA.Taft spent .the, March morning: i 1-1'1':; f.n th-:. I H.\.....M.,.' I M.I.I.IH,, m tlii |pnut- I II: for a

I Bargain., QUICK sale: 2i! acres Groom i I effort to raVe the amount of the golf links with Martin LittVoi.r. : alT WILL PAY YOU TO IN. II line }

,cottage in city. Enquire Edmond fne.! mer ait''"iiif\ for t ('har'J"|.,. VESTIGATE. o'we
RexallWindow Lre pleaded: not guilt to tie! : I 10 h.l
on & Donnelly or Chas. Kenney : : Tli t- att.-: :'t..h i h, \ ',.d,i ,\ K. -
eabrceze. CS-tf ;barge! when arraigned: in the c',ur' 1, ? ...............0 N.NO.... y.j ,,
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_.. bin thE'.idence honed; him to !I... - -- -
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Sirs. D.V.. Route, mother of lr.1 I ai.: old offender in hS; : n.--iie
O. It. Spring of this city died: at her.: .i I the judge felt warranttd 1:1: :imp, >.
pair
b home fat Geneva, Wednesday c,t':' I.:'- a ht't\\' f"neS5500 the purchase of any
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