Title: Daytona Daily News
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 Material Information
Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: March 15, 1911
 Subjects
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: VID00241
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
alephbibnum - 002072230
lccn - sn 93063916

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1 February and March at the Prettiest inter Resort in Florida i ii
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your Linen Anto post and
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; :: :: \ RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies. Stationery and Havana Smokers i

diner Co.ITOSAJROJCyfljE 1 I: ::; r. PRICES Books first well cured tobacco I
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Jr j : 1 Waterman Fountain Pens, News- Vet Cave. Manufacturer
_........_ !I i L. H. ROWE & CO. Papers and Periodicals Daytona. Floridx ;

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Headquarters for j t" Ii I, I II


I Kinds of and Fresh Fruit Vegetables :.: j! !1 IS COMING i I RING IS



oultry Specialty.and Eggs a :: I THIS \f AY. OffERED.


|e Orders Promptly Filled. .: i I I $ ; and Carriage I II I

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LOOK FOR DROP IN MERCURYMm [ ANOTHER 1 [ SPECIAL PRIZE

r. Ball & Son : l]
HARDWARE CO.
1237 North Beach St. 'Pllou 55 : 1 I THE NEXT[ TWO; DAYS. I IN I POPULARITY CONTEST.i I [ .

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COLD WAVE IS NOW SWEEPING j i: WILL BE PRESENTED TO THEI
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Estate and { DEPUTIES THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND MOST VOTES BETWEEN NOW

ire Insurance ( I COMING SOUTH.ttVASIIINGTON: j i AND APRIL 6. 1

: I March tS-Deed-; I!| The unusually liberal offer of I.. H.
1122 South Beach StreetILDREN'S i N SWORN IN r
3 I i edly coder! weather will overspread J| Rowe &; Co., the well-known! Jewe'ei:
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I ; the territory east of the Mississippi'river : ; to give away absolutely: free a beautiful -

) i !! to the Atlantic coast within I| $:aO' diamond ring to the contestant :
fOR PEACE.
; the next 36 hours. in the Gazette-Xews Great

i The cold wave is also sweeping: Popularity Contest who securest"$ the.

: t: I -- toward.! the south and the predictiono most votes between Thursday, March

t 500 MEN{ ARE[ CALLED \INTO I\ :' the weather bureau is for frost in I i 9. and Thursday April 6. has cr. ated

I I! I northern Alabama and Georgia to a renewed intertet in the content,

f ::|I HELP PRESERVE ORDER. night. both among the contestants themselves

EYES 1 The frost may extend to the ; and theft many friend and

I be too carefully safeguarded \ :: i! 1;.MOUNTAINEERS ALL ALONG THE :southern parts of these states and' supporters.On .

'I (have but one patr to last t I reach into the north part, of Florida. all sides can be heard ex pres-
It there are indications r ;; LINE CONTINUE TO FIRE AT soon: of praise for the generosity and ;

lng wrong with your child' j; : &i' public spiritedness of L. II. Howe &
ENGINEERS ON THE QUEEN
ling Elm her end I will fit I I ;Snow in Pittburg-
or I Co.. who are taking such a lively interest *
: ; FITTSUrKG, :March 15; -The. city
Glasses
lth to correct the I I CRESCNT. I in this content.
: I 11 of Pittiburg was in the mUst of a
If medical treatment la nee- ,
A newspaper is the greatest: power
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r will tell you so. | : a: :: SOMERSET, March 15; -A total of 1 blinding snow storm at! noon and ;
for good in any ci'y and as the ,
a''' ;Ow;' deputies have been sworn in 'the temperature is falling rapidly. striving
: Gazette-Newe is always: in ,
eville H. Clark to preserve order during the strike' II
, i the interest of the citizens of Dajrtona -
: j: of white firemen the &
Queen
on (Cold at St. Paul-
it ti the of
J 1| patriotic duty every
. Optometrist : Crescent route.Mountaineers. | ST. PAUL, Minn.. March 15-Zero! citizen to subscribe to the Gaie.te--: _
: all along the )line'' weather prevails at St. Paul today. Xewe which is the greate-t booster
for the Sign of the EYE.GOODS; 'I'r "
t ; ; : continue( to fire on the engineers in 1 > The cold covers the entire northwest. iu this county. '
the vabut of engines; pulling what few 1
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\; Every citizen Volusia! : county will
a' : I trains are ,being run over the line. l COLD WEATHER IN NORTH;
at some time become a subscriberand
It is claimed the mountaineers 'I ,
: : : MERCURY DROPS AT DULUTH '
: now is the aceepUU time to sub
j! who sympathize': with the strikers, _
fEN i I II IIII Ul'Ll'TIl.Ian'h: }15.:; -The mercury'' scribe for by eo doing subscribers
j secret themselves along the track
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r.i I! 'registered ". dgive* below zero this: way help their favorite to win a valuable. !-
: and shoot their rlfl1; sat the engineers
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!, O I N slaughter are being: brought!;; in by work of booming Daytona and0-
the eiuine
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[e are carrying a completeof lu.a: county
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: CRUISERS fRml)] HUNGARY
Green Groceries, in- t i': : MANY CARS ON BEACH i I
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lug : : -! WHEN {PICTURE IS MADE. SENT{! TO GREEK[{ WATERS.t [ BAD fiRE IN I BOWLING I GREN[ ; i t t tWUOLE

I The appeal from the board: of trade .iI I.I / I'
olden Wax Beans I j' : : I fur all atilomobi'e owners to take CITY IS TURf A TEND.( N

: : i!i their cars to the beach at l:3w: o'j WAR THREATENED BETWEEN "
Green Beans j j clock this afternoon was well responded I EAT-E-N it
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I GREECE AND TURKEY OVER FLAMES TH CJUNTY
:; : : : to by the people in Daytona Ii.
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CucumbersCauliflower I II : >> : :: and vicinity: and there were more MURDER OF GREEK SOLDIERSI JAIL A'IDto PRISONERS MAKE tFu '
I : :in than ."" automobiles running np and I I i u Mk t
down tilt bfui-h when the moving ,, BY THE TURKS. I ESCAPE UNCHECKED UP TO i j iI',
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Tomatoes ; I I : : : : : be exhibited: ;! .n !iniuty!: pl.u--s through \1
: cruisers; and flba..th sliij.-i havebee :
j I : : ( ,! I i x t!l".d. ; .: \\.ll !b. a sp'endid H ordered to liv! k wateit on accoiint BOWLING GREEN; Ky.. Mar, h lm;; !i $ _ _
Peppers :: i, i; :i ;: ; ''> I II tu'-.ul, .(ut t iif\, 'r- 114 !It': the city: and : -t'tThl' : t'
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Fresh.DAYTONA broke mitt th's 1..t: !!' I .I.IDread
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-P THE LeAY1OUA DAILY fJEWS

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'F-: : -t- GEO. WRAY DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA 1.] : ;"\ i

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Dealer in 'L ----.I ,

PIANOS and the county seat of
T \ DELAND
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PLAYER PIANOS VOLUSIA ___- Volcsia County, STETSON

A&? Collcert Tuner is situated 23 miles southwest of

# ? PI" OS fOR REST 1 COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the lat UNIVERSITYFLA[

BANK ter city by an excellent hardsurfaceroad FLA ....

I II recently constructed.At Four rpllegeg: and 5
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lIELA D. FLA. & Nchool.
DeLand is located the John B. Equipment centIntr -

; Seeds Beads at I Capital $100,000Surplus Stetson University, one of the leading Endowmentr' nearly ';:f.ci,: Mr.

educational institutions of theSoath of u Pro-
WOMAN'S $50,000 ffssors! and Instructors Lavesome
= Because of the interest in ('bristia
Fhoie 77 for EXCHANGE I but ; t
non-fItoct&rli.n

ICE CREAM . ::. r',",:::\ :." i'c'Earoneall ;:: '. .\.. D.pr.MI-BRIDE.st.lnlyj matters"The educational Athens of Flori&i.DeLand"is knownas For tnforuut Tt-nchlng.twn. their

,. '. address
ia any ....6 1,. : - .!!alll' III" ,1.11".,"" """ Im B VIe.Prdldl'nt rONRAU. Stetson University ha a faculty of Lincoln: Hulley Pht

MILLS' 1r'" a"l and instructors. Thereare Pn. it.. Lit&. 1>.'

: ., % I H. ..\..Olshl'T\V..HII.1 v 50 professors over $400,000 in buildings and Pr".td..n'J. LL. 1>. tag an

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RestaurantSHOES equipment; nearly $300,000 endow- llrsjKing
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'I By L. C. DEMAREE.One i fact iiut! be apparent to the most ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep- J. If. PERKINS

i.u.i.n.v.i.i.i.ui..I.i : superficial: obser"E'T'th: such bat DREKA'SDEPARTMENT resenting an investment in building, this cl

I m fURNISHIHCSJ her of Daytona's incomparable crowning beach. glories No BUSINESS AND isb weilih! of natural beauty it became endowment and books of more than West

Is I the hand o'tran United
on easy thing for $120,000. The library is the
_ STORE'II
Trade at J one who baj ever set foot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS : touche; the Attorney andCounsellor Dr.lVolua
It fays to to give the finishing States Government depository for !

: Peck's Bargain House : smooth, racked sands; no one whoever ( "which hin-e wrought out the colon EVERYTHING! State of Florida and contains over :
pedaled a bicycle over its ex- at Law
I 112 South Beach Street. EO one who ever drove a and outline of the big picture. II TO EAT.' 15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one Mrs.]
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.........................I pans prancia: ? pair of horses and listened ... Man did all this in the laying out TO TO WEAK USE' of the newest of 16 buildings, with York.place.

of the streets with their wide margin: its furnishings, represents an outlayof
I Will
.......................... to the popping of their steel shoes .- =1 Practice la
.......................... ,i of park ige. The entire city become; Uoom $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of tate and with
asphaltum-like face no one . Readme::
: LING WAIl-CHINESE! LAUNDRY : upon its ; : I %
DAYTON FLA. : c. g-rp.t park, with driveways inter Elevator "service yKist the most beautiful college buildingsin Federal recentj
I : J1J no. BEACH ST. who ever steered a high-power automobile : E. S. HALL : ,
Pr s KhlrtH IS.Ntuht; "Whirls 10. p tnin.les: : upbn miles! of drive- > ROOflIG.ADREKA& the South. Courts nor
: White Khirts 1o'WooI.n' "Whirls M down the broad stretch of ,, t
Check: Hhlrts IS1'*" '1'nders.hlrts "HRhlrtscolliilatt. wave-washed and surf-packed sand E Architect and BuilderS ways :-o good as to attract motorfst -, CO. ., ,The city has a population of about
New Hhlrts Drawer*
g. 13.ockJ.llt'r" pair :t .. but: realized: that it is a world beater S :.Iti< 'PainwftoV': : !I from ail over the continent.And |l'EL.\SlI.'I- .V? 3,500:with a thickly settled country DELANO FLA.
I Collars or CalTs! :212.I1undkreh1efS! 3 DeLand is five black
.S Ladles dollies at corresponding price a world-wonder. Go stand upon : DAYTONA. FLORIDA.i.Iu.IS..ISUISISI.I.III. as for the pavements pave adjacent. proper

.......................... this wile speedway and see the happy ...........................B iiu-i'ts that look and act like granittuhr > i miles east of the St. Johns River, on 'VRIGHTINSURANCE Ivy L
the
land of
.......................... souls flit by in Joyous mood, and -----I, .re else;: between the eastern V olusia.Jount the,high, rolling pine of Florida Tholeft
. answer whether this is not one of and \\e-arn seas are so many mil-: great "Orange Ridge"

: H. C. THOMPSON Agt. : the seven modern wonders.The :: !: in prooortlon; to inhabitants? ThpaemtMit < AbstracLCiuIJ : ; 'The predominating products are D ReLand h I

: LAMB ENGINES : : W. C. CHOWNING M. D. : :I question stands with the oranges and grapefruit, the estimated AGENCY
Pellucid Halifax River. ,
Placid i 'slil-nt
: HtPMOBILES : General Medicine and : rtreet as one of the chief drain Cary Tt Flh 1>. LanhIM.e Pr Crop: from this vicinity being over then

t : Demonstration Circa at Any Time.PHONE : Where think you is water with more : Obstetrics : cards Till some unheard of place nturyundTreas.Abstracts. : : 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes tarnt

WJACOB picturesque surroundings? Nearly a .. more and better Daytona Japan persimmons,
f : : a OttU- Hours: l ia:;0 tfli1':! >. 7 to p. m. reports Furnish peaches pears DeLand Florida

........ ...........J..... mile wide. fringed with tropical ge- : Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. : chrows> down the gauntlet: to the ed and Titles' plums pecans, guavas strawberriesand 'FO

tation artistic cottages with roomy 1IIIulSIIuIIISIIiI.I.IIuIISI.RsisI.i.isIsisi.iu.ISU world. other fruits are grown in plenty.In 7 ft 61
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I verandas looking out upon her bosom -- ------ -- ---- Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Fruit I 'and Insured the way of public improvements OLDESTLARGEST gloss

i, i ESPEDAHL gamey food fishes in countless num .B \t.one's shortcomings and ( are many miles of fine shell roads an

a Contractor and BuilderS bers beckoning as it were to those howe\r indifferent or even callou; Maps. Plats and excellent: high school electric lights
Designer,: and Craftsman : DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPhysician : Blueprints hupplhtl
BupcrlntcidaConstructlonof BuildS .. with rod and reelher bosom flecked S one may be to many things: the mer a system of waterworks that is owned and BEST .. Urs

Inns. t on Ian""Hhort and Notice.Hperincutlons with duck and coot and snowy- : and Surgeon : i m'-nticu! rf lowers and squirrels |lit:I.ANI II. FI.K.: and operated by the city supplyingthe I and J |

: DAYTONA, F.LORIDA. : winged sea birds which sft about as I brds; and fruits" will send a thril purest water at little cost. frocitendt
I : oFFU'K:; < .% YR: KOIK i'LAIE: :
I I .i......'...........iiisl.I if for the sport of bobbing upon the' U Ihoii- fc. IS that is reflected in distended: pupil BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that For Florida -.

t .....W.. .................. waves; watch that lubberly old IISISSISIfISISIlISIIlSI und pricked ears. DeLand is a church-going commu Earp

f I white !headed pelican pouch a fat .ISIIuII For e.'eiy visitor: with a spare goo nity. Baptists, Episcopalians Methodists FARMS tier \\I

: OSCAR MICHAEL mullet. and that fish hawk struggling .IsRSISI...........I. b-r tlii'tv; is a bunny ready to com COMPANY (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES

: CONTRACTOR m upward with his floundering load he I a.nll l atvt-pt your gift. lie will sit boj Munufacturrrs of Christians and Catholics TIMBER or S illnew

: : Filling and GradingKeavy : snatched from the water. : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS I: I'JrhtI; and knaw inr. the meat LUMBER besides colored Baptists and Metho- TRUCK el

: See the beautiful launches, spick : : casting furtive: ; saucy glances at yoi LATH Presttl
: : Civil Engineers dists, are represented. LAND
Hauling a Specialty.
I and span, witto hampers and lockers uiean\\h.le SHINGLESMOULDINGS
; school offers a ten
The graded
- I itM.ELLADeVOY&CO.. I Bulging with refreshments. both solid : DAYTONA FLA. : i Fkr3.. Usually fresh and bloom Mend for Bargain
= :::::=:; years course, and the building whichit Mu-et to.;
: I and liquid, ready for a cruise upon th S E..tahllh..1 :">;::1. Ua ii-c::: t the ye-ir: 'round you are remind Ap.M.isurys;':nt*:; Paints occupies is newly furnished Car

beautiful surface. Take out your field .IsI.I.I.I.ueaol.kuaIeIslIssISISsIeRsI ''d of liold rnith's ('oupI1ihere 1':1 rord, Hooting. and is one of the mostcommodious THE COM- spent
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; \Vhltt hall .m'nttI
I glass and sweep the river fromOrmoad --- ----- --- : Sin : its gamiest visit paid had
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!!ln: :: sprn :l I I'oronlo Piit-t. r and best equipped public Ijithia

I bridge to Ponce I'ark .....&...IIS ; .I.J summer's: lingering blossom; 'w'orml'laBrll"l, ,;. WHEN[ CO AXntonl
MILLINERY II Ioi.a "Sand ttrlckDrf i schools in the State.
light house then say whether the i"
I E. L. STEWART : .ir\.' delayed. ..\NP. KLA.LASDIS ; The trip from Daytona to DeLand'
INLAND.' I FL.I I
' Halifax ie'. a thing of beauty and In ..!!" \ ,ld roses varifjated: hue the abeing
N. 8 :each St.. Daytona, Fla. U Physician and Surgeon Ia I is made by automobile in a little I
a joy forever and one of the cioderriwouidct.
: another household ha ,
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.1. [p i.i-.iant poinoetta & FISH :
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:.111.1 !' -Ill' iit.. MllL:HO!! ;l\ I 1"1'" I ;.Ml pretty drives in the vicinity cf the THE
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t"m' '!:.' i' The Enchantingly Picturesque Rid e- ..h.urI It! r II.> '. i, "d' -.. I I : : ...viunva ire aflame; another is hid FCJ
.. site. A good road leads to
( : < iftu limit -: I' a. iii. '" "t. | in. : Attorneys at Law county I GORDONOARAGE
>:.ti. fir a jungle l of tall cane. Vanets 40 h.condltl.
f East FloridaTelephone ( wood. .I...........a..O..ISIS .- tht!: :pct.: > of life and here is when I I t..tl I'r iciu-iiu..'..! I.'.In i'lilt r.il DeLe;,:! Springs, Live miles, a historic ,
I foil: tti'ciisI spot where 60.COO gallons of water i
Ridg-'wood avenue Is the crest .
4 upon jou fJ: ir. 1 i 1 L'I:.tu .. for .
I Company of a broad ridge, straight as the crou ....................a..... T..e: oru: > flit rn, and witih their I' inv slit:::itirm ntidp bubble from the earth every minute The
U rfctini tlt-s!
lies and the wide spreading bnuieh- : DR. F. H. HOUGHTON : jo> ou3 iH't.'s help to give fullness I'l-LANIi.' 1.\. I From DeLand automobiles go south I DeLandHeadquarters
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Connections at Daytonafor I 13 miles shell and
to Osteen on
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es of 'he! he3..\-trunkl'd the oaks extend i.d ->:'lUllIt try to the picture. I I
Distance Points their giant! arms across tho magait'iceut marl roads; thc St.Johns is crossed by
Long
Dentist i A. for fruits, choice citrus fruits { ELY Y I II for
-:- ,:sta. forming an arch) and : Sriil> ISTART ferry near Osteen and cars can then
.. S Datn.a. \ :t Ids the pain: to none toqu.u.ty AutomobilesAGENT
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I Ii H. C. THOMPSON M r.I from these: extended arms great fes- .m ? P. k u.: stoiC ; wart continue to Sanford and Orlando by
S I'II"'.t: ;t V.I l'ioh 1 :OOOU h HI d'; IS a'iu -quantity per acre. Thor K fonl lily FOR
hard road. There shell road
is a
of Spanish the IUSI
toaiis moss sway as Mary :&t.wtrtAttorneys
I mam !'@!:!X\'.! OOOO. .1........................ i.re S' < re's of citrus grcves in pros I from DeLand to Orange City five Maxwell Tour.
trade winds from the tropic seas at Law
----- - ; the branches bendinj Cars andRunabouts'
miry: 10 city ing
fan them. Looking straight ahead arid Not.iri- Public miles, and a good road from DeLand
.ISSUISIaUIIaI.U.II to rite e..rth; with their burdens ollin
I H. T. McCLELLANMill 1 1t :Jown this whFte shell street one has!> : T. K:. Fttzfii.ia. F. K .ijit-- : ':o-is iit'den! globes! hu-h for 1'.I.\SfI. FL\. to Lake Helen, a like distance. I

The impression of a. fairy path with !
: FITZGERALD & OATES : t. -atlty. iirt.flicacy and aQ desirable
_ t \ [ WorkWrite I U"sn draperifs. but asOU move BOND SAMSME BRICK CO. IlitirlinRoyal
1ong And cast:: an eye first to the : Attorneys and Counsellors at Law 1 : qA.U.t.tsAould: : truly a "tonishou. J.A.ERICKSON. i Arthur 1'. iUuiiln

'. 9 sp. .'i\:0': Kiu-t.,t i. for Kxiiinii: '_ II The Fastest Autos and The Finest M tiufuctur 01' ask him about anything Tight and then to the left you see iinil >h. r(. ii lug Ijtiui l Tills I I

I yon watt made of wood Everything distinguished cottage homes in the : uttif. inCoiir.u; hut (1111g. .f'liin' !:" 1SI Out. & CO. Light Granite, Buff, Red an>1
LargetTock: of I I HAMLINHAMJJIN
_ thtt best. ::.: must delightful settings.See .............IaISUSISI.j TL-!; -t.\t i.Th world "wonder do .'.lln Pianos Organs:and: I ISc'Aiug Drab Brick
1 I l..ir-' Ciip.uit'liun. ''
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. tho glistening leaf of the grand ..-K? t.\nie. whether from Mhssouor :' l Iacbiaes\ : I i.ts. \5r:t i't': ..,::!,Prompt t and Pricis.LAK hlpi.i. -. &:
North Rligewood. Ave. Phone 123 mil"noli.which nature has varnished (....!....... _.'! '!'.,. !.!.I:.!.!.. .! .!\!"."!.! I'-'OM: )lainv.! from Kalamazoo! uf :Slllltll nt J ,,"' . .
111:1.I VSi': I- !
i: V.ALLLN'S I
!< o.-\! ki'I li\i>i\.i>i' \..\.' W..iI artis's brush could and ; ; "
as no ever ; !. !
I DR. J. P. ESCH 1 tit.'i" to, :.id: you will be howlJ:

the cabbtg.> palms with their burdens 1!i..:'.' .> \\ I lo: re the worl ':. rH-ord to:. LAKE HELEN
: Physician and Surgeon !
'If showy fruit and! swaying paluis.; sped :s broken wIth l'I' ivnirrmieasoi. I Surrounded Attorneys 1
by several pretty lakes
I PHIRESQIJE{ PORT OWE[ .IN ''illioli! i |IM\I'. HUh, It 'Ii-\! i .ilitli, nfM. and .
st-e the lovely holly with its exquis- tlf b.-u-: t'ie': fast
,
S : t. K: .riiunli.. oni.- !II.II' '" pin 't. Autos ; : .. and guarded by lofty pins: trees is Counsellors
i :Nvt: : t. 1'u-it't.' ::
Htf \lsIry; se tho climbing vines '! ItKVfll...:. 'i; t..7! |f., III. ''I'I'u, !. i \'t T l >\ v t -'t. ::'IJ TI!,.> t'n.t: ..I r... (in tli 1 t.y; pa- Lake Helen a winter resort of no at Law\

I POUT ()lt..K; : iapr.tt.vlltH.i i- r.;,It the lives the : i
I 'ifl in ; see crjp- DRUGGISTS
I I ......! ,_i ..ss.s's.. !.5........ . .. '......'! ::n"d! : Ill'! bi :: :;il".1 !f'tt: a.1 Ltte importance. Camp Cassadaia
.t' PORT ORANGEHOUSE[ : I '(ti'.m.; ::.s forms nuich gain a foothold .
I ti .: .."t""illJ:: xv.L:t.L"I: : tii- : JIIXVELERSI a spiritualistic
-t blluatrd ttn''il!" I : ''II : j'j ti.e great oaks and sat..J!> ....&s ..O............o..aI T ......-.I il. of floX1; ..:; \t' ::N 1 It .I c< Lake camp-ground.is situated 1UM I'. FLA.CKLAND. .
> Helen
outhof l ntnit near and
i ont S t.>'I \ '. Kf.A. at this
, I paims.; ; and surely will join i:: .. .
you < t-how! w.tli: o--'O.M1.V: I
lie l)iijtoni.-/Jj w :; Dr. SAMUEL M. LONGDENTIST ; ii.t i: : 'r.i u c : place several hundred people tn..kc
i tif!! i-tonn and that tlua i'.
: u
i ftmyrna hur.1lIr- say ; -' t.zE.lh'g: ,:0' '. i.e.:
firt roiid th "" 'Mu I : world wonder for beauty. i G. \'/. Fisher winter headquarters. A large lumber U' fOTAII1 T
4; hl/bwK/ 'of t)II.. h: i,t S Fred Cummin's : i pot', ', fi't'iu a :J; 1 lurst' I mill and the largest brick plant in

. Const. Tin- town I U ,Owner and Manager I Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage : One Door North of NCA :MCI-: j'oxr up to a '.'"-IioTj.e iiovwr.: ant Drug Co. the South arc located at Lake Helen. FL.'. .

* kcat.onth.. II II Ii- I Homes. chants Bank 0 .Jl deej: (if spe< d from a canter :
,'. niul\ I II I- I Drug Stationery ORANGE CITY
. Tx ItI .r. I ..........................a to a *\\unle-a-numit1: clip. You wlpiobab'y Huyler's dus.Ko..laks ClothingFurnishingsj;

connct with tin.. FORT? ORANGE Xo one of Daytona's: attraction, -- -.. catch the ?p.r.*, u--i!: : jo- The principal attraction around
I. peninsula OjS1..tttnabridg. I r perhaps, commands !
... more nearly uni uo the rUld": i and the beach art- yours 1 K\NI| I'. 11.A. !..\. Orange City is the many handsome Shoes _J

Tht town IN w.II!! IIfACIILots vt'rsal attention and praise than dots The Manhattan Cafe !j, ThtFlo.da: sunshine is; t'retin. golden orange groves. The town is

laid out nixl Ii'i- the ar :.;tic cottages. The owners of balmy ocean. breezes!! are free thbircs >.' supplied with\ water said to be the.
: for Sale. for ladies and !
many pretty hom* -. these charming villas hail from everycorn&'r gentlemen. and squ:rrt'ls and flowers art U WOODALL purest in the wcrld, another attraction -
.
A l larit" niiM! T of Liberal Terras II.
. tourists anti wliiti-r. Allowed for d: the country and they bring: I Regular Dinner 11 lo 1:30: Daily. f.ve.: Lie: sparkling founta.n: water i- to visitors.! It is at Orange City i 1

I't"told..nts 1IIIt\\ .. Port IMPROVEMENTSOcean their own architectural plans and Short Orders. Box Lunches. ; 1"r e and jou will have to go down The that passengers over the Florida East :

ntng.'lnh r hfiitlQunrt4T or RiverFISHING build upon them and, as the archi i Special Attention Everything Shown Fresh.to Ladies. ; .i.sito: >.<->\ur wallet only for (com for Leading C..ast! Ry. transier to carriages and :

.. of th" I '**ctur of one section of the countr..- : :
c ijr auto uud bed and board. GROCER drive to DelanJ.: The town is survuuded I
t -vrrnl ttrTtl ii- ronvrnl- to Automobile differs; from the architecture of an THE MANHTTAN CAFE I
Twlni tho '"U-. Ui-nt K.ioCuuikt: Th.s:: .s 10 fanciful pictur-- : .t'al by land peculiarly adapted
' -. other *o do our homes differ in 38 South Beach Street !' riELVNI. KI.A.
ui.d
t n..htni;. ItrldgtApplT S here. It is drawing otltt-r tnuusaiids; to the cultivation ot citrus fruits. j 1 Ls.l'. J't'ttL i-

I .V short til..tan' HOVESA : to outward appearance and structural ; \. \! \. ......... <'-..... ...,..e.... i and ho'd'isjr: them enth-.tll-d: w.ll: --- ---- --- -
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t 3f Port or.uii.. beauty from one another. There art
c -w ;. 'It iiarm: :ui d hold ).ou. Cuue and s.t'; I :.......................................... ........:
ofh
. I r tbr..n'IIIII" Tort 1rllIp'*. Fl.i. no monotonous rows of strikingly ..........................
I .* old unla\\toii .
similar builJ'ugs but the eye, as It
lIu<;.r mill. .ii I\a! ,-"' t When You Are t
.. I iweous by is treated to kalc.doscopio Looking for i
thnt Is ,'hlt..1 M rv Port Orange a ; "From the Grove to the Table"INDIAN THE' DAILY NEWS !
Tear by hiiii'liUof change "which keeps the uniid: : Some One to Do *
I RIVER .
GRAPEFRUIT
>mtUm OYSTER{ CO. "
4 tourists. SOridfi2gVliat: flt'xt? .

*hIth..countrywtI I 1', UPlONTJrou. I I It ii no* only the exterior of manj AND ORANGES .

I of Port Ornnv thi!:< .. .ur-old, 1 1j ( .'r a in I 1""I'r) I of th't-as homes which rivets attention !! | Electrical Work I Groin on the Halifax. .
rounding I I three whose
iii.ll WHS 11 Mist intllpo OYSTERS and : ; wt'b.c they are models of con' The fi" ie"t quality of fruit for salem : Gives Away !? _some_ _ _persons! _----- :

j : mid *u.piir iiiiii'plintatlon. CI.AMSPt.Oritnt...'-1; >,,\ton. : \enifnfv. and the finishing and furnishing sr'ie, ,boxes or car lots. Special : names were mentioned in the :

"'1..-"'Ill : i tvo evidence of the elegani-r : PHONE 14. : attention paid to filling orders.

wns (,opt-rati ..ttenslvlyln : Every Day previous day's . :
: aud cultivation of those u'ho"o'Kt.'LI: MUNROE & STEVENS paper. _
thou url> m c. HOWES[
: it all out. Indeed it is the interor: JFORLAWJ GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. .
d.s hut ha* Int-n !I.
: .
I arrangemeU and artistic furn: h:nn
dlsuMfur (' rt01 ;
J_ Real Estate Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. : Four Tickets to the Crystal :
r nn '"IUS.t'r and sh d11lg, more than the exter:orappearance .
Insurance THE f
ELECTRICIAN.
V \ ) InterrNtuik.driM I : that si\es ,.
: a surpass ; Theatre and Merchandise
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: a :
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from l II> ton .
a\ <
f .Ii l I.y .t'lin 1M .1,.Itt I\OTAt.'I'! I'lULIC charm to Lmjtona hoaies. ThS: f,' t- Best Prices Bc.'strk ........... ........... .'.....'... !... ...!."! 5:

t to I h.. 111'1'1"I'ldl: P..rt Orant.: I'U. t ture ja.stly merits prominence as :a'i! NORTH BEACH STREET 1McDonald's : Order for 25 cents on some :

other onder. I GITTENS & MESSING
11 Port *wr ii '
k. til I '.,. JliTU Tin .:....... .................: ,' I .. y : local store. : : : : : : :

I tir-d: I niul t h- itKKMiii s. G. M 1ARTI I ILinerai Streets ana Pavements the Most .ISUSISIIUIISISISaUII.Ir s ,-.' (0)) FreshFjsh :. .. 4 CTr

throjiwh:I i tli- .
t ( ; and' Best. : : :: :
: i.rittCih..tlt.'t. utIVtrt : Boat Yard X*.:; .n Clams : C I

(Iran.,:,' 'n '.U' ( Why th* Architect of the l.n--: tstahlished: 1903 : .

I ru.u!> of tti.. :. :' -. Merchandise chose to give Daytona the mist a imirablv. : CHAS. M. McDONALD. Proprietor = and Rose Bay Oysters : Watch for them---your name may :
IT Nil Old I sU .il .
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i .*, the most picturesque natural :: Railways Boats Built. Repaired ; MarUet on South Beach! Street ; I
it.t.t.! turhlur: tiona :
i 1"1:. h--: i h. 10..1 Port Orllnil flgp setting of all the cities of the South : and Housed.lISISISISISISISISiii.igi.. i Phone 5 Prompt Delivery : be next. : I1 Ip

ou thluatff'.nnd.'! Is cot rtfYoated fctit that such is a CC .

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3 THE DAYTONA DAILY' NhWS P.age. ,",roM I Ip

FLORIDA ; t" -- -_ .

< ,. \ the flights to be made in one day :, "ITe' Is t fitted"for that work and he

of '.;, ( ( CHILDREN by two aviators. The aeroplanfs does good work because be takes Joy 11 ft PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA j I II IIfi,.
will be sent to St. Augustine in advance In his work. -
t'Ti
; STETSON and placed on exhibition cn You say it takes courage for a man ,

ofat the beach in the forenoon, where all to give up a certainty for something I' SMYRNA is situated fif
UNIVERSITY .t lh CAN'T DRIVE persons will be Invited: to see and he likes that: Is less remunerative? I NEW, miles south of Daytona ORANGES
i No. It and is an ideal spot reached
takes more courage to stayat I If you want the
examine
the
air machines and
it tho
MJMUMJX FLA I
Four Colleges and I the uncongenial task. from Daytona by a hard surface road very I best! Orange
Technical fochoola! .6 exhibition flights wil! be made in winding through one of the most picturesque apply at
The smart thing to do is I
not to give
B. j
Equipment co t- the atternooa. I parts of Florida. Point Grove
I Ing nearly jt/q/ >.000. AUTOMOBILES. ,, up your uncongenial task but to finish With its ancient ruins dating backto
.
he Endowment Faculty 48 jariojooo.pfoT Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Oliver, whc The names; of tie two aviator who it a time when the history of man for the RivcrOrang Red land In.dian .

ffssprs and in-' have been E fjuests at the Prospect: foi i will give the air flights have not '> Get it out of the way as quickly as runneth not, interlaced with wiresof the best in tht

in It but rue tore.non.Rt Cbrt>cta.rI&I1'T..ehlng. tUn ., some time, departed Tuesday oc I.I been given out but it is supposed J. ,i I' possible so that you will have: left the NI-: the modern telegraph and telephone state.
wn their' return to Grand A. D. McCurdy will go from Daytonao necessary time and opportunity to do its miles of shell streets as Grove situated tin
;, Rapids, :Mich.
For address information, STATE A LAW TO BE ENFORCED ; the Ancient City to make two of your real work In the vorld. bard and smooth as a floor and overarched from the Day Daytona tona-Naw N
; M.
of Lincoln I the flights.: I Some of us may have to work at the by hoary forest giants that Smyrna Road.
Pall Hnlley. Phone 2% will call for your cleanIng :I thing we do not like grew in stately grandeur during the Prices Moderate
tvd wholly
.
crc BY THE or even
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and prepatng. U BURNETT. DAYTONA I OFFICERS. Arrangement are being made. aid lapse of bygone centuries. New
despise. We dream of our castles FERD
Presidon have about been completed for aj i Smyrna is truly a place of romance
but
we do not make our present labors NORDMANNProprletor
w Mrs. E. Geer: who has been visiting series of power boat races in St. | I IR.S. and rest
a stairway to lead us to the top
epng J. IT. PERKINS { :Mr.\ and Mrs. H. S. Miller i in NO PERSON UNDER 18 YEARS OF Augustine April 4. 5 and 6 and it is I| of the castle of our dreams. We loiteron All nature here is very inviting to(

this city, turned. to her home at AGE IS ALLOWED TO DRIVE figured the aviation attraction wi'l!l the stairway. view the landscape the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here

West Palm Beach Tuesday afternoon bring the people to the Ancient City o'er and stop there. I too is to be found the best fishing and I
ted CARS ON STREETS OF THIS two days in advance of the boat Young man-
Attorney andCounsellor hunting in the state of Florida. I II
the Dr. J. C Herman Osteopath, 20 races and that they will remain ;L.n- Do not be content with your present I r
verne Volusi! Ave., Daytona, Phone 40. tf STATE. til the! water carnival is over. !( labors if God Almighty intended you l I The people are thrifty the business -I i

at Law 4ith I to do something else. Do not rashly men enterprising, and all unitein I t
Mrs. Norman Hapgood of New There is a state law in Florida. quit your preeent labors but make and extending the welcome baud of I I

York, I la occupying the Bostwick I which prohibits any person under 18 them stepping stones.It 1.01t1l'I'hospitality to strangers. There are I
lay
of Will Practice Instate place at Daytona; Beach, in company years of age from driving an automobile you are to find happiness in this five church edifices for white people ,

ngs Federal ana ; with some friends, having rented i it on the streets of any high Heart to Heart world genial at work.all you must find It in con and an equal number for the colored

Courts recently through. Col.! W.1.. Shaft way and Mayor Titus has given population; the town has an excellent i iI

rat nero orders to the Daytona police officee: Talks.By Mehemet's Parliament and high school. a splendid public I I t tI tI

,** I to rigidly enforce this law in Day: When Disraeli was In Egypt-the library, aad up-to-date business I I
-try PsLAND\ FLA. , LOST-]rr.iday; at postoffice small I. tona in the future. story (Is told in :\Monypenny's: biography houses.
vcon black purse. Reward by tot I EDWIN A. he : I t
returning The attention of the city executive NYE met Mehemet AH who New There are any number of pretty
Ivy Lane Inn. 7.31 has been desired to Introduce parliamentary Institutions I
WRIGHTINSURANCE called to the fact that a homes for the permanent population, j '
the number of into his country. "I will I __ __
cars are .being driven: inl I A COURAGEOUS YOUNG MAN. Ii
which numbers close to 2000. and
Thos. Wetherell: of Holly: Hill: who 1 have a parliament. he said "and I i,
this city by boys who The l best work do I Is the
are too young one ciu fine winter residences. STATE BANK L
left here Sunday in will have some very j -
arc ,f company: with D.I I to as many parliaments as the _
have
good judgment in work one loves the L best. !
red D. Rogers for a business trip to De- driving and king of England: : himself." So sayIng. OCEAN "0 There are good hotels and boardinghouses OKNEW
handling cars on the And It of the sad of
AGENCY Land Glenwood and other places i ia crowded strEe .s, li one things hIs highness produced two lists atames. where you can find accommodations i
vans' and to avoid the possibility of this life that so are obliged! to SMYRNA
accidents : .
the western part -of the county, returned many n "See here he said. "Hen F. to meet your requirements ,!j
resulting which might involve do the work they du Dot enjoy merelyfor are parliaments. But I have made '
Tuesday afternoon. my pit'! : Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a ;,. JOHN T. HAMMOND
DeLand, Florida the city for not having enforced the the sake of getting on in the up my mind, to prevent' inconvenience section of vegetable land as can be YrreldenttitU.

esty. FOR SALEwa.1 show casEs law, the mayor has given orders to world to elect them myself." found anywhere. This land has been :! L.i'u BRANNING>hterTransacts ,
the officers to warn and But S3.
7 ft. 6 then arrest '
inches long. 1 floor case, plate:: divided into small farms which can
ats OLDESTLARGEST i' glass sides and top, 5 ft. long at!I all persone: under IS years: of age None: of us :should; be rlhtly: content So Funny of Him. be bought at reasonable prices. Some a
antt driving cars: in the :Mrs. Lazenbee-IIere's the man come General
Laseene's Kodak Place. 86-tf city. until he is able to da the task that is of the finest celery grown in the state'
Mayor Titus; is not taking this to fix our clock. Go upstairs and get I Banking
action congenial to him. the work in which ..
It for him won't ? :Mr. LazenbeeIt :: -il. is raised on thisland. All other vege-
you -
nod and BEST Mrs.: E. L. .Earp and children Ruth!!( to show his authority or to deprive he finds delight. Jsn't upstairs, is ItIrs.: Lazen a tables grow in .abundance and here Business t tI
ag a and James arrived any of the children from enjoy I know\ a young; man who longed; I bee :\\ I : Cent Interest
Tuesday evening i : -Certainly.: Where did you thinkIt too is the home of the famous Indian j 4IPer
from :Madison, N. J., for an ex ing themselves, but to avoid: agairst above ail things to own a :small newspaper j was? :Mr. Lazeubee thought !It FI River oranges. i! Time Ltepoalt

that For Florida tended stay in the city: with :Mrs. l possible accidents on the s'reets. in which he could write his J had run down.-Catholic Standard ani f

ucth- Earp's sister, :Mrs. E. L. O'Neill at own opinions and conceits free from limes.

FARMS ie, her winter home on Volusia avenue. ST. AUGUSTINE{ TO HAVEAEROPLANE all dictation and supervision.
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resGROVES He was not able to save enough; .................................... .................
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fa, TIMBER Motor\ from his reporter's' wages to buy even ............. :
or goat t
$150; fine ordtr; i .
hoTRUCK new engine; boat 20x5 ft. 6 in. T. J. t ATTRACTIONS.A a The small pal i> *'>r. took j[ : R. H. MCDONALD : :
young man up the job of The I
Preston Bretton Inn Ormond Eeach.( Joseph Zapf
tea LAND soliciting orders on commission for a i; : MEATS Co.Z
send for Bargain S9-3t EXHIBITIONS TO BE GIVEN IN shirt manufacturer lie did not like i'i :. .
eh Wheel to; the work. but worked) It as a moneymaking : Florida and Western : :: JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
lied f. Carl Halpej-n of Newark, N. J., who ANCIENT CTY APRIL 2, FOLLOWING : device.! It was a means, nut . ,-

55 ost THE GOOLD10TTEN spent last winter in th's city and THE FLIGHTS an end. I The Choicest: Steaks and : :: Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor t "
nb t haa been he.re the greater of IN DAYTONA He made money and after a couple'of j
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part The Primest Roasts :
CO. r rrid 'r\, fthia: season, left Tuesday for San years was offered a five years contract :: house in Florida. Sole distributors for j ;..
i t r Antonio Tex' I at a large salary to continue the :. T..lo'J.h..n.* u* what you wa-it and w. .
the DF.LAND FLA : the assembled s, to troops make photograph pictures of I St. Augustine i is to have aviation: business handling a larger line. I :. will, .ndi-avor to ....r that you get It. : t Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer I

exhibitions immediatefoloa: in; the lie deliberately turned his back on Phony I\\KjPOULTRY; :

any being his business., '_ exhibitions in Daytona/ a contract this comfortable offer of a certainty .II IIt .. : Special attention is called to the :

the THE ; having been signed with the Curtis 'to t( buy his village newspaper. :: : :: MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. *
tooric GORDONGARAGE FOR SALE-:Mitchell touring car company for a series of four exhibition My young: tuan cannot hope to make 04c .
40 h. p.. 5 passengeie. in fi st cla,s flights in out c of his paper in five years what hw 1 h.- ":arlii ryou I.-HV** your ord,T t h.- ..
the
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Al1lthO lRPOrothe!! .Doe's I lay Published, from every December evening 1 to except April 1 fjn, b)' StoreDAYTONA .: i WE SELL i( ,. H<

THE GAZETTE\\'S CO.T. BEACH FLA i
; : Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of .
II E. FITZGERALD Ed;tor. hptiomi i :Men >-.ovine; $ .
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C. S. HARRIS, City Editor. Enamel Ware I i. .
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F CROUCH. Superintendent, Japanese Laces China 'I.'i WE REPAIR i iI. ... L.

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'GENTS' FURNISHINGS .
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December 1. 1910, at the postofflce Greatly Enl
I II i. Automobiles 1 of all makes and in any condition 0.
at Daytona, Florida, under Act of I Opposite Webster's Grocery Store : : Su

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SHOES March t 0

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!i By Rail and River. j I .!t AUTOMOBILES OPPOSITE. HOTEL FOR CLARENDON RENT. SEABREEZE.FLA.; ; ::.!:.: :;:Vllh., ... :... J I!I Whats the I '''I ..I. T:


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ATLANTICCOAST t"i.iiiii; .rii. ...'ii"r iiiii..i. Wiiii,rf;.I for the mistrabe: serv;ce that is ))sin ..

LINE.Best I JUST GOSSIP @1 ? Given; and it is of enough puLl:,' I Use I 0j.

commercial bud Alldcselected
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importance for of time
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your sweating
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Service to the East i BY THE GOSSIPER. 5 .
i.i -s to look into it. The mail ar I hot stove these hot f
% Leave Jacksonville . /L I.U 11. ir 11111111. .... .H.111. I11'.111J... H N 111.. .11..N A.111 I I days trying to get j
Palmetto sailed. I Arrive Ha\annnli::' ....:::::: :: :.ll:1 T.onu.tu.i!>a:intt : out of their regular deliver! .t: i I the family ironing done on time when |I help used]
I"' Augusta....... .. ...... ... .;ill lp.m. The movement for good roads in I '! i
... ..... .. ... seems::. and it is likey: that no lut'Itis :
DAILY. Carrying through Coaches .. ,
Etetric-Lighfed Pullman Drawing Room l' Itlchmondashlngton\\' : ::::::.::::: s.tl.n.w.4 lixui.> : : the enthusiasm can be k*.i>t up it i+! I has come as a r salt to say ;i anZEa; .

Sleepers, Dining Cars Jacksonville to .". Baltimore\\'. .. .. ............. .. V.If111.m. likely this state will: be covered} with : nothing of the strain on the nerve-.j i iI I : Chi
Philadelphia! .11-.t511.m. AMERICAN TRIC IRON
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Ntw York. New.Iork.... ...... 1 i)0 p.111. a network of good roads wi'h: :n a f.*.\ I and patience of the people! who1" |iI; t SummedConccl

New York-2nd Florida Special. r)>all\ Except Hunda%'. No s* years and the people will then be I wholly dependent on his public tar I: FOR. :.......

Description of this popular train de Lust Leave. JacksonxIlUHavunnah -........ ............. 1'in p.m. \\oideruis how the btsi'e: lIIana {'d to rif'r. There should be some remedy.I .1 j
of Pullman .. .......... .. ....... 5.'a pin.vnnrifbton II i i iI
Boom This, t train tut.- t oonsMs>oom.Hipping. IHnlngand I'rauing 1.1. .. ......... .............. wSipin.o exist for so many years without good I The people, far from being unreasoi |
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Ikrary-ObBfr\a: ('tars heated l>\' St..8111.ArI"t M Richmond. ,7Jt. ia.tu. roads | .i.ble. are provrrbially: patient. Little I II I 1.1.1..1r .I

It equipped brilliant with I\. lighted the new throughout highspeed: nrakt l>\ electric-*.and \Baltimore""sblnltton..l............... ..........HXuni>:i!>Hin. ; ;-. I I hope can be entertained that the .

tty berth special lights lielng' provided for each \ "" Nework.\\est Philadelphia. Penn ..K......K... 1.4rt p.in. The warm weather of the pa t few ;i service will be very much improved I I $3.75 I r.
affordli perfect comfort In writing I
or ror.readlDg lit night. I _, \ /8ta..7th Ave. :S-'dHt! / ...: 3.51\p.inr days has given some of the winter j 1 during the present season, but the j! .

r Leave Jacksonville ............. 015am visitors the fever to return to the : proper authorities should note the ]I .
Florida and West t Indian Limited. ................ . .
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(Arrive" Augusta Hatannah... 1 91 10!! p m. north, and a few have started back. experience of today and see to it officially I N
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches, Charleston.:::::::::::::::: 6:4(1( p p:m.m: but the majority of the people will I I : that the railway company ..
KUhmond! ....... ........ :5.10 a. I
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Etectric-Lighted i : Pullman Drawing Room VA ushlngton....... ... ... 8.4d a.in. remain until after the first of next makes the betterments ne<.'- These are the Standard Laundry Irons and are I ..
Bleeping Care, Dining: Cars. Jacksonville I, ".. Baltimore. ... ............10.((12 a.in. I month to aend the aviation exlubi:ion I {&ary to render adequato and effi .
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to New York. \ework... ........... .. 1.50 p.m here. Indications are the exhibitions'' cient service as soon:' a.s condition: I for sale by .N

Coast Line Florida Mail. I..avt JacksonvilleArrive .............. 7.&> p.m.liaia to be given by McCurdj will be the I I will admit." ..
Havannah............... : .m. most interesting n. the way of attractions : White He|
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DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches ('h?rIt ton :F.Iijli.tlL .
i f ...... ...... . offered in Daytona for manj
KlthmondB Hill I .
and Electric Lighted. Drawing RoomBtepingCars .. p HI The Schantz Electric Ice I
!; \\ .."hlll too ....... .... ll'p.mI months! and the majority of the people March 15 In American History. Th FrJijPalm
Jacksonville toes York i .". i It I more.VV . ........... .1.011.11I.I : .
Stops at Meal Station -l I .. '. PhlUidelphlit .... S.40 a.m. will' not pat up this opportunity: IGCJohn Endioott. colonial I governor B-nt hiT
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L cal Sleeper Jckonvlilt to Savannah. New lork 7 1:i a m. to see the sights. There will be mall}" of Massachusetts. died: born 15SS : .
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Best Trains to the West. people from various parts of the state 174-1-The American colonies began I I I .. S
here for the aviation! even's King; Jeorpe's: war a name given :
I. Nos. .1 .> **> to the hostilities l between British I............HM..Nee................ ..1.1.11.I
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South AUntie Limited
I Montgomery Route and French
colonists in America
32itnd & ,: audi&ik i
\\ the public be d- po'uvof !
i-1-1I I ILItipm stirred up bv their sympathies with
I the Florida East Coast railroad: . .....I
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'..lMamr.1.\"....... .JI\'k..oll\'lIlt.Allllntll .>.. .Art I.vIii.2apni' "Kli' ::: 1'11I I '"s K.1'i_:tum JIm Arluntluntery Lv .laic: k..onv111e..Ar.1.\ r.IJlIII T:_taut / has <'aur>ed complaint after couplaiut the home ;government In the war I I.............HO""................................. .1 1
of tbeoustrian th> .
i '1.05..0 pm .Ar..tA.ui'vlll... .. . .. ..I.1lwullaiii. .I I It.tapui.:.... Ar Hlrlllln .halll.. ... ]I.1' :t.upnt. from the people of Daytona and vivicinity :- sueces1on. By : .
am \ \.! I.lunm .Iplll Ar Nii.Ii\!Ill. 1.\' r:!:aiu. I treaty ur \ix-II.'htpelle I thev:irended .
I I.I5 pm \r.. .." 11",10111111 .. In Kahun 1.11IIUU hanvliis: 1.\ ;1..11111 moot of th; o'hetow i.s alons.: 1 :
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7.10 am Ar.'hleago..l.v/ 11'11"11 ...tlllllIIr.. !>Of.I.HUI.. .. Lr 1I.IOJlI1l : in Magnificent Trains I .
P J \\I, "'''IlIAr.. .1.h..no..I.. ; 1I."t'IU i the lie have been content to lit* \ndretv Jacksonft' 114 th dR ..
_-- quitt( anti allow the officials ot th,' with president <.f the United State- I 4 .

No. >4> Dixie flyer Route =N 0, >::>. Xo. 1 So:=. : Seminole Limited Xo. 53. I I railroad to stand on their net'ks. In born: died l4"I7S1 .. : "Florida Limited""Southern's : r

-- -- -- oth'r towns, as in Daytona, however! -llattle of Cuilfon] Court IIi ->u.... I I Southeastern Limited" I ..
8.6 pm I.1..Jxekkonvine: .. Ar 7."'nni $....! I'm t.\ Jaek..untitle .\r :-.I. '1111I i ther comes a time when pat MH" <:. C.: <:en.*ril <:-Mies' culotn'- ..
f lt.Uipm! Ar.11'xu.n." .. ....1.1t.IUIU" .. .. 2
11I.tI'11I .1r..1Cnero- 1.\' : Ipfeate "Jacksonville-Atlanta Special" .
'un the British under Cor
i./ 71I8m Ar..ltlantn .. ...1.\ N.II1I'111 :!.::\llImr... .. ..\11..11\' . 1.\ t.:!;;fill I ceto; s to be a v.rtue: ad: now tluv I .
8.pili' .\.r.. .. K1'lln.1'llle: t.v r. Ianl 1I.Dlnlllr; t IIrlllllltlialll) I\ wnll:s1007Kuer.. "Florida Special" I .
.... ) 4.11111111 are waking, up to the fact that t.t.\: =
tUHIIUIr. l'hlt'IICI! .1.1 M--I'\11 .IIIIII \r .. ""hu'II::" 1.\ t.;.+limil it ..tittshur reached! 1 .
T. amr....,..1'41. ") I'I .J.I 17.1111): ) .\ 1. I.". II" 1.1 II.Liii:: l ar't' not gettifj: tie: st'rricc: they a J \ ISOUTHERNRAILWY\ .
.:"U''l": __ : should. gauge of 3ij..; feet, the highest Jn :. < .
!! have Even at Miami tb' I
i For Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or Write Century: ::U deaths from flood) :t nIlrre..tM.rt j .
people have grown tired of the mast t' .
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loxx of $!i.(01)f5lASTRONOMICAL ( I '
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A. W. FRITOT, Division Pass. Afit W D. STARK, Traveling Pass Agt1M i fuitnt and erratic servii-k' js the to (i ..
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WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLA. lowing i from the :Miami\ Metppoi j EVENTS. (< ..

TbI .N1 ....... ............................................1 the vvil: Florida itttst: Ea"The>t Coa train-t railway service h on:is (From noon today! to noon. tomorrow I FLORIDA SPECIAL. SOUTHERN'S SOUTHEASTERN ..
Sun vets sift:: TIM- siw; ,: moon n ..eGDC t West and. Northwest LIMITED.
STEAMERCheirokee i 1I..n l> siuh for several v\e<'ks as to j p. m.Fifty Washington New York and the East. : i.1.1.1.1 i

OlllOka 1 \\<>;;k not only in 'onveniemt but pos 1 I.v iik-onvillt . ;."0 a. in. __
: River tnt. hardt-h'p! upon the Patrons ot I Ar Atlanta ... . ..5.4.10) p. in. I\ 9.00 a. m. i . .
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the Ar Ctlattanxtga..u.3: ; p. m.s.UO I.v' savannah .. .. .. .. 1 1.10 p. m. :
: FHII ) : road. It has happened treqtuntlv Years Ago Today. I .\ ( tin mnati .. ........ ... a. m Lv Columbia ... .. .... .10' p. m.Ar .
that trains have been from thr. e I Louisville ........s.40 a. m. \r ashington ..... :*>.i3 a. m..1r I Ir ..
11 : DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. : I to six hours I.:te. with no bulletin! March 15. l'hi( !;o i.2:! p. m. .Baltimore ... .. ...1002amK .

: "t trvue l that woild prepare tic ke: The '' holders for their long wait at Lt trait .....4.00 p. m Ar \..work!, ..... J 31 p.m. i ..
The fastest and >tIUons. the 'ln'
: largest; only boat stopping at the pun e or {'un'U'Ut.titlu .
Waiting at a way station: of teas gilnb.'at'. --'-- .
J upper cabin. : irnl i: S o'clock in the evening:; until: The supreme ourt of \ihfor' : FLORIDA LIMITED.' JACKSONVILLE-ATLANTA i .
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.. ::11 tot. morning for a tr.I1: :"% il.l i n.i de .id...! that the owner ..f West and Northwest. SPECIAL. .

II : First-cIilss Lunch and Souvenir Stands \k;>. ret: i i r' (lor utht: t is "'.;'i ni'u i tll"tt ....- I uid- in that 't itt' ownS the ,- Between Jaksoaville: and Atlanta. .. Steam 1 III'almUt
at the Cabin. ... J v .1 I.: -n\il''!. -I.> > p. in i
III .........,1...........................................: !11! 11:1.-: bite n I.d 1: :h: ot!! "li t tU b:. lliUt'nI'> J'liricd.. tu it. :uin'illiu:' \r 1t; "I.h.I .5.20a.m. IxJu'k-no\'ille .. . -..">(0)lp.m. Iii.
--- -- 1'1.\ To..tr"I 1:. of! t'Ir':'1 r:>.-' ('01.' :a law la f"r e th it Uli-I"l'itl. be \r'' -veil.. ..... .:iii .1 DI \r Macon ......13.* a. m .
I '.! (!\!.! !'!';IJ \!\!'! !,!...\.. \ -.. 'd' '1 111l'.!', t tl.! l ii .' in ,.' .'''1:. 1 i.'TL: ti. the state 1 'Ulllt! s.;Ti p m Artlanta... ." .7 41 a. m. i ..

Steamers .;. ,...! 1" ."':i I', ," 'i t t : = .\., c ::11.:n 7; 4,) ,.. ni. - .
J Louisville f U.S.A.t 1 I I, '""if ';.:.GI a. m. As&eviBe. .N. C I .
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: t 4 1HM.1N 0 1MeC04I fllot 0 13'Mi;;;VS ;S";;. Ce 1: I, .r"- I. ("it:, H).:25 a. ni \r .Wuille. 7 00 a. m ; Q.

Nashville! 1 iq AND Constitution Ij:I I t \ ci \. 'I' '"r ,yin i i'I'ruos.' : x I"i III. .Vrtiiuinnati '00 a. m.- : ...

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I ; arc now running betweenDAYTONA : ; ; I I I I'.I, ''I I:' \ : IncLllf.III..lu 1 I ,;" .t ''.o.rn'Iti':' .rnnnr.n': \\ Ii!! .1
R B. CREAGH Tray. Pass. Att.. G. R. PETTIT D. P A.. .1.1.1..
__ i Hotel 1 Despland. Daytona Ha Jacksonville. Fla. ..
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Route.Lv PALM iI .
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Jacksonville' A.C L... N.13 pm 1 I I ? ..rll. I .................................................... .. SI uaS

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LNaliville I ........ ..... 7..,J. pm : I I i : are larivvice
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i Ar St I.oai-, 1 I.. \ N...... T 40 am l I! Leaving Daytona Saturdays and I I --- ... I aoo
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Dixie Flyer Route. '\ .. 1'1\' '" ",, \\ .I '\ II' I '

I I.v' J:u'.*onville, .\.C. L... S.25 pm 1 Leaving Palm Beach Saturdays 81 I SWAN I

L v' Chn ittunoogi: : .......11 37 innArChuaLu -! and Tuesdays at 9:00: a. m. : Write or Inquire" on ,the Premises No 39 South Ridgewond Avenue :..1.1.1

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-- !. NorthMcCOY t...........................N..e.........999999999999 i iF. LENGTH 150 FEET-281 TONS.tilth I ..

t I:. South; Atlantic Limited. f I'll tore. t.,. .r_:' I'nr:" I j e\vtltnt! accommodations: and service. lighted byelectricity I ... THEl l

and for cabin :
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Jack-onvillc. A C I.... S.l.) pm E. C. TIME I '1'ARLE passengers .

1.\I l Knoxulle. L. AN: .....12 20 pm I IN rn: LwT: JAM tRl v. IV" I is now being operated betweenDAYTONA I .. .Iq4X

\r C'nun:nati ............. s 4;' pm i iIl. BROTHERS .
,\r Grand Kapid: . 04" im tAt ...'t\ l' lH'\lKtl. >.I"I IW N :NniII; : B",''o-il: in t'I' i ..1.1.1

Louis.'ille . ...... SAO pin and i
Ar India'dapohs) .... ..... 1.0":> am Seminole Limited t": r.7 I tlU :11 I t!U :14. :13 .a. Mrs :tom. I

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I. Three'l iir:t-cli :Electric Lighted: i Electric Lighted Throughout. I:: .:::11 :.tip, .-.: 3 a.p 1:* :tIll 1 :**1' OrmonJDavtona Augustine'r..: :.-:'p I .t :>-1.!i : I I:...' II:0'. nil: 4I :1",t _u -- -_ -_ - -- --- : ..
Inim-, lrth: Light, Dining Carson I::.' ;,0,1; .: ,: p j ,4 i-p" IS 41'1' 1 I"'.I. : "I'I :t .:t .:". ::=" 4 ;:' I i .
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| Louisville\ & I Uille\ R. R.I R. This schedule is published as a matter of news to readers cf : and Intermediate: Points, through the Picturesque. Halifax .. ..

.. I the Dlilycws an.\ not is in : and Indi.in River Route ...... .

T. B VALKCR Fla. Pass. Agt a.ivt.'rhscIHt.'nt Leave Daytona Thursdays 8:00 i
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I 118 \h Bay St..Jacksonville Fla. ; CfIIC GO SI. LOUIS i go I Leave Palm Beach

la.i........... ........... .....\.,...' .'. .,i......... AND ALL ;............+O .......o........... .............o.: elp Mondays 8:00 a. mHOK : i :......

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r ' BOND LUMBER COMPANY ? 1H.KH-S AV') SUTtKvX'MSASK
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: CROCKERYJOHNP : \r,., ( u i_<> : ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER 5 : '

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..N.tttNe. 11 N404--....4N N/0 Ne ONNN ON4N 1NN-./ : Among the arriva's at The Hamilton 1.....4............4.4.44...4...4..44..44....4..4...:

: ffi{ In' : are H Frank Darrow, Xew York :/

s' -. r n"t HOTEL DESPLAND city! A Kemper Rensselar Ind Miss! ; IYI HOTEL CLARENDON !
'1 i Webster Miss R 1Vebs' Oil City 1 ,
t 1 i NEWS OF THE HOTELS er . ". "... :
i : : SEABREEZE
9 Pa, Mrs M J AtkinsonMise M I C
The best kinds of : :. . Daytona, Florida Grim, .--, Boston, Mrs Anna Te.t., Mis.Miiini :! .-; : -= FLORIDA :

brket.IIR. : \Il -j : :.. .\ Gibson. Youngstown O, J : .

i. NOW OPEN -- 11 F Printise and wife Indiana, Mr.s; := Absolutely :

i . \ Late arrivals: at Schmidt ho e 1 : M L Latteder.: Geo .\ Latterdfr, (iiCL : .. w.l /Y'MiTrdeR qI1- x19 p.Y1 .M1!,
L. M. WAITE Owner and Manager. : i are: )Ir.of B .Ma-key. Miss M ErhardCleveland. i iI Fireproof :
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O, .las Kruner. A Kruner. '

: J j : i Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine: and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all : I Pittt-ijuru.! Henry Weber: and wlf1JIuses : '. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. rampb.: :\ ...:' : Sow' 0 Open j '
any condition.rage. '. : \\"fc'IJb.Iii'.i C Alsgocd, 1 I II "
Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Modern St. 4
Sides. Every I Paul Minn., regular s ja" nguests
::1 Schroeder and wile! :Miss Schrocd 1.
, i COnvenience.: Send for Booklet.: .: er. Brooklyn' X Y. of the Desptand bo el. *.'t.- : Booking Offices: :

.. 4,. CONCERTS DAILY. taiued: a few friend' at dinner T:: Seabreeze Florida E. L. POTTER, President
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[ s day evening at the 1)es" .,Ilu..l l lre :: Hotel Blackstone, Chicago W. S. KENNEY Manner :
.. Bumnu-r.Addr-s; : ATLANTIC HOU8K: Nr.rntpnn- P1.-r. Rund tlatul.s : Late; arrivals at the Despland anW II III i idtiii-e adjoining the htte! on :'.Ia- :, 1180 Broadway, New York ,/11krlrFostos ..

.................: ,. ..................................4NNN04NNNONr .: I H Mat-Kay. Mrs Wykoff New York idea avenue. The table d c I J W J Egan J K Orr, Atlanta. J'T consisted of lilies of the vail-y and.American .. I
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........ I'ox and wife Do'.vninio\vii, Pat beauty rtss. Af er: ei-: > M MI
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Located in the Most Beautiful t i >
Mrs II Lewi.5.lr3: W II Lews: and< I
the
joying the excellent dinner psir'y i
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I r..THE.R DGEWOOD..l daughter, MLe: Lynette :Morgan .1 retired to the parlor of the rt..;dncHand Saratoga Spot en the Halifax River... ... ,

r Pittsburg.: and :Mrs S C Griffith! pent a pleasant so-ial evening JOHN J. McGUIRE. Proprietor.

I Morrl&town.: X J. togtther. !I T1TE INVITE I INSPECTION. Rooms Single! or En Suite with Bath. No better in

1 1e 1I r.:., Z E. D. LANGWORTHY, 'Proprietor. -- ', Florida. Table ot the best oi everything in season. Terms as reasonable as I

)Irt P. Echert and daughters, :Mrs: His Testimonial. .i* the service will permit given on application. Dec.: 1st to May 1st. Phone No, 112 i ii

I NOW OPEN. i L. Echert and :Mrs. S. L. POll of Lieutenant Colonel Sir Henry Siuitli.: : : .. ..
*i oc o e3c..r.t/+. gQt 0..t..e co > o t tot e 0 otico
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formerly commissioner: of the city oi
Cincinnati!, Ohio guests at the Kidge
j jays E. .e All departments will be managed by white Northern help, .. wood hotel are personal friends of London police tells; an amusins sfory .................40....................0...S...S. t
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sweating over a who maktiL'aytona In his iMMik of reminiscences.
T. A. Snider of that city, :
trying to get i selected from some of the finest hotels in the North and white i hit winter home and is no.>\' Earl Grey: once complimented Sir :: THE BENNETT :

one on time when I help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : occupying! his handsome bungalow 01 Henry Smith on some of his testimo I DAYTON .\.. 1'''OU II\.. :
nials. .. I,. , nt, of f \ 11. nul K.: .
:Now n1. -n f T tli. tin.d 1 "ii-".n mull itin- I hi lal 1IIIIII:l IfI' :
: South Itidgewood avenue. i remarked I.. ANh 111'1'1'', I':. ttI. I! lit. -I-.I, -- iii.t" 1? ..u.'ticiilnr. Th, II
111.detr fellow, be It I in. I ? |
i with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the "I 1 say, .1"1'1'| | ,, , , ,..I !1'111.! Ilk.. .
I I. iitui-' -tu> -100" r.r i 1,101.: | \Int. nii'.oM' Ilod"''II 1,11. :" 1
I on coining to :a most elaborate owe 4 . , , .Iand. Two ti'iim .
.I I "itiui.> | |h| I. : | i a 1':011..1! II'.o !II': I. | \'ud i B.d".1 :l\ I II' -
: finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, "this is the lol*t testimonial I I"l'r III"OIl'I, ._:"n II:!,;. 11..1| I slII 1 1 1 I.. .").. !MUM, IIH'lItll..1 \pril. .
1IC IRON : Recent arri\as! at the Saratov 1 Summer Resort-The Oceanside! and Cottages MarLIehead, Massachusetts. :
rend In 111lift.. :I
I'i t Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island N. Y. Inn include I.. II He'sins: and wife, i I "I :am very pleased: !' Indeed, to hear ......................................................
:...........NN....................................: Mrs It1: Franey Toronto, Can J 1 S opinion of It," Sir Henry replied -
i Vantlerwart.'eston., W Va, S -1\1Coarson I "for your I wrote ;it myself." 4 4"htt's 4I .....................................................

wife and two children, William :I "\\ that you're saying: ; ? What :
........I..........................................II .. ;port. Pa, J McEwan.: AlbanyN : do ;you menu''" asked' Karl CJrey In :l:<- :I i THE PROSPECT i it

i Y, Chas A Lutton. Amsterdam X : tonishment.' 4
: THE PRINCE GEORGE : Louts Brooklyn I Sir Henry t 109 South Ridgewood Ave. I
Y, Mr: and: Mrs: Wanke "This Is what mean ; : [
I DAYTONA, FLORIDA : X Y.Rectnt. answered. "If a man has not Intellect } j 4 t i 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office.
: > Steam Heat.
enough> to write a testimonial In :r
: Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors :. his own favor and energy enough to :: 4 r ..fioS1 Mr. Foster P. j. DOYLE, Proprietor. I

: arrivals at the City Hole stand over a friend till he signs: It he's : 19999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999
0i Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. : I.I .
are'' A Bischoff New YOlk City, I IE It not fit for the position I aspire" to. .

Irons and are : Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. : Halliday, Cleveland O, Chas II ........................4i .............................

: Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : Bennett Chas II Smith, Stone Ciy. A Pretty Busy Man. :.i JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. |
Steam Heat Throughout. : :Minn lieF Schultz and wife. Mis\ When a man's business prohibits bis | ,: HOTEL SENECA oltNKK I I'TAl.. ANl (K'KAN HTH.: J
: when his af- |i
caring for the (chickens : .
G 1Mosley. l .
Schultz Buffalo. L C Barrows
: White Help in Dinin Room. Will Remain Open until May 1st : fairs become so important that he ('an'' ,. ENTIRELY NEW.
: : Houston Tex J B Wolf! At .
Iric Iceo. .. The Prince George ("lerls the only landing In 1'njtoin i fortjo.t..up(: >tln- tr.d lanta Ga, A C Stephenson: Chattanooga no longer dress/ shake one of down the the children furnace.help t.r'. [' :: Albert Bennett, Proprietor C. R. Bennett ManagerA :

Palm Beach boats. Particulars with plt'a.urE'. : Tenn I* Kirkland Savannah ll nt nixl. ( rimmIn Kv.-ry:
= tinker about the place with a !hammer ; : A \ Pirnfor :NioI'op! lluiiinni: : : \\Vat- M.iim < : :

Ga. John Hart, Greensboro. X C. and !saw then that! man's business bad: liiMiui.vintH "H
I : Same Management as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N. J. : O Brownell L W Ware J H Pad aJ'. better IK. put Into the hands of a receiver .:....................4...............................
: tz .. /IK. Mr. Foster : C D Keller E E Grimes, W C PerrjJuk.sonvile. t'IU.rarily(> ; his books dn notIialan.
W99999999Q&. ..Il.II.i...../S.I.........II.IS.............I.I..I.I/ : .. .-('. says Dallas: Loce Sharp in the ,.4......................0.................40...4......

j . Atlantic. I know, of a college president H H. MANWILLER. Proprietor
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.111.......Iei.10I.I./OQ.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.......1e .. Among the recent arriva's at tin> coM who usf.l to al bind. nit"the his! may head still:at> :. NEW SEASIDE INN DAYTONA PEACH FLORIDA *
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Hid e\\ood are E Lee Camp] and wife the floor. : This new and elect taniily hi>Kl! has just been enlarged: and refurnished J
times and lying pnrne ujton
THE NEW GABLES I New: York Mrs; C L Thomas, Cinrinnati. have two readers, one ror ra'-h ear 11'1- the season 1910-11 1 to med ll.c! requirements of It. growing patroiiaijc. *
Mrs John S lla b)". :Miss\( I Kat' read xininltiin.aly: to him different : FurnaceHi-.it. Hot nut Cold I".lliI.,. F.k-ctric: and Ca. Lights Call Bells *

UushviHe Ill. Peter: Cavtf! work be. had S2.50 and Weekly RaIn on Application; *
t1J .r II Basby: theses! so ;rent wns the : Rates per Day Upward. o k
ai-41. '. ___ _., Daytona Fla. yon Franklin Park X .J. Miss (' 14 to d... so tierce his fteht for time- time: \ i:in n.. 1','.- ii-'i!' M I i I M, in\: \i.i KI:I"I.I"\\.I.: . : i *. t

.0 ::..r..' j......... >.4I.1 NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY .. Looiuis.! New Haven (Conn Mrs W 1 IICulik. to l vtnn. to ilium'n's dulls and to ............4........04....0......+4.......0..1.114.0
I .'... : ,... LOCATED EVERY MOD : : .V rnllinwnoil: E izabelli: :>' writ.' !iifvh\ inakins: hunts. - -- -
.. ''z.t i->k. ',. M>,>..,...,.,.' CONVENIENCE AND .I. Mr( and Mr.s; W W \\"oodward.'IJW: Oh. the multitude of ep ieh makingbooks :.; .0.....e.........NO....a.C..e.N..0.0.0........te..

icial" aJLW'Y .. '" 11&\ !b.m.r.ERN>> . ton X.T. Mr and Mrs J Arakelyon. \ -- -- : : .,
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: : !-':(.; ; .'; ;i;. : t:: !.lLi' ; Steam Heal Throughout : Boston Ih.nIId :Mrs\ W W Sma'Jey. Hugo's Practical Side.It : "The Ivy Lane Inn"A g
Miss i Addie Tappen Co'indbrook X
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1iaI'.1 Ilift MOSELEY X .I .1.1V \ may not !I. generally: known : High Grai'e' House catering to the frost pziticular recple.; Centre! location. :
Somerville
i ? S. H. : J, Miss W Sykes } trl to lImn the advertisements
Victor IIu 'o us
\{ x,a [ .Yat. n :t At tlfrx. .i-t" Proprietor. I B Hom-yman, Plainfield X .I, Mi of his own ,iMMiks. Instead of S3.00 and SliM per day- Sl1.E0 and higher per week
... U Till ::ilitoll.TllfiUillHl. IllilKl1'i.rk. . Weston W Va. : Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor i
and Mrs: ( It F Goes. 1IUcorresqMiiidence
.t. hi* publishers.
I ,. leaving the task to .
N. .. luring: .iiiiniii i oili'll. I .
i iille. .. i, .. ._'.,__: ;.. ;;...;._1:........ . j' Geo F Winslow :Mrs\ Wlnslow' Mir: with bis Belgian: publishers : ,/Jj*;. Mr. Foster t

S SOUTHEASTERN ii : ./ 1.\ Mr. Foster : \\' n low. Annapolis Mr and Mrs IB I II; =gives the following; example of .......... ..... .0.es........as.i..N6.NO.NO....
i Stevens. Greenwich Conn. the great novelist's advertising; style: --- - -
I LIMITED I.....I.........,................................. ... "After the middle ages, the present' DO.el.e..tKM08e...,......... HO..l eMeHOGHei
few York and the East.
HOTEL CLARENDON. time: Such i- time! subjt-et of Victor I

/ ........... 9.00 a. m.1.10p.m.. i .1.I... ..IInISIS/.I./S..1S.S=.IISiSISISSISISISIITHE : Thtt-e are busy, eventful Uy.a..' Hugo's; double study./ What be did/ I THE SEVILLE E.Daytona H. PURDY., .. Flonda Prop. I {
h.. .......... rI for Gothic: art In .Notre: Dame: do ParK: i
.. Every :
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a .............. 6.40p.m. i ; t1o." uoi'Ul.a' ot that lu IMS: done for the: unHlernv"rid GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON. a
(ton ........... 8.53! a. in.re : HAMILTON :' incoming train brings scores; o It; in 'Les M1'erablea' The two N.oksfigure .{'+c
... .........10.02 a. m.phia..12.23 .: southern ; in bis scheme of work as two [ Surrounded by Spacious Grounds, in the most deht>httul 1 j-art of the City I j ( -
visitors from the lower> n I The quests receive the best the markets aflord in the dinini room and every (
p. m. II mirrors reflecting the whole human
I New: and'First Class I II 1 comfort and COil\eUlence that a well regulated:!: hotel can oriel: to :the public
jrk.............. 231p.m.NVILLE i sort Many who come for tIlt firt i l lift'n encouraging; oxninple: to I + -
those authors who cannot iM.ikotip : .........0..HeoH-Hca/ 00 tF0! ""OeeH! 0000..O.OCt4.
time and again others who wen younr ----- -- ---------
I S their niiiuls bow much modesty i j..
-ATLANTA I here early in the season, re'.uin: i tll, enjoined ty the lust literary: trad; / ; ..ISI.........I.S.B. .I..I..e..r..m..CC I. iDA

SPECIAL : Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric BellsElegant .-;>< nil th north: of :March. tions.- London < ;iolx. : YlCNA.. H.A.! l.'iulcr: : !tics mall.,::: R !t ,j
hcktonville and Atlanta. The Cleveland 1
tlimur in-lit. Cent'.II.' K-v.iUii.: ; ,.od .il.e! :
with ithoutBathsMRS. I 1 Hotel (aretdfln'g! : ariixals: from : ;
dlle. .......S.50 p. m. ji : Rooms, or >\ Why They Got the Freedom of the Citylilraets and best t otelectnc 1 "'I Itl 1-r. _11'.1'. 1II'.iIJ"V.1i J SIN P ('N. Prop I
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.. .. .. ......:;..Ij; a. m. e ------ -- I :lit ami .M"V! l It fr!: : *i-!;'. Div: II: |N-ople, had eariK-il the h<'ii"r ni, ro.I.In.iscloeeearat.I! .nae.c clattat.ussRti.x aoL g2.a>

IheviUe: N. C. : : \ 1 i- 1\\.*1\\AB ETTE, Proprietor : v>.'\i- i!.
.me...... ......9.00n.. I : i is: ('11,11.1.! i I. I r '") (' Xohc, 11
.. ......'7: 00 a. m '"'ire.1 Vt. Mr; :ii.l:,. MrsV! It F'. I*. ex-mayor were granted: tin- fr..' i i { I
Iti .........s.OOa. m. ea. : Palmetto AvenueSi' ** :Mr. Foster DAYTONA. FLORIDABtB : I'ii.-um, .John Taylor.: NI 1i'lotrn.! : X .I,. dote of the i-Jty. One .jtixn rl'-.i\-.I THE AUSTIN a
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fn..Hloiu for 'un |ertikiiitf to x -n .
SISISISISIItl. ..ISISSI I............e............. Wilt Ttiy! .:'. Kan.af'ity: II t-: S,.'\ the : 0 I i
: 't l rotifhrsaml. .Itgnnt! : : SR ns I..k :at every mayor Mirhaeliuafeist. : : -- OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX! DAYTONA: FLORIDA J t ;
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li..1 1'oniiimiili-ntv\ with Kl.A. I ,. . .B.B..B.BBOB.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.I Xrii.-tri.iiu.!! : St Paul \I :i. n, .Mr- \\ Xibolas. .1.htt.'n',.| \ leg"snd; :: / a tK.nl o G.V.. SV.1i.N;. l 1'ioj} ritti: r. a .t / t
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| PETTIT. D. P. A.. B B \ (;; Jacksonville Fla. II t HOTEL : : i.oU! M.-- \rlI.\!ti, H.ir f. ,Tl.(! large fami'y." Pall! Mall: Ca/.ette.: .. .I' i .
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SchmidtjProprietor Daytona, Florida - --- ,,
i Henry : NN 00 e 0 00S 00 ee/01Q0 O.e00C'
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Halifax River. one mile from f Atlantic I
the
the bank of ,
e Situated on
S Ocean. It has fifty looms, single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms IlI I 1111tS. I D. CUMMINGS.. I I .. ( t
r are large, airy and rearly all have sunny exposure. The cuisine and service ![I JSPECIAL! SALEJ l I THE PINES Pn.'rTlctrc ,>. : :. ,
: is admirable. rates:; 3.00 per day and up.! Specialities: ( : tort| tanulitson : i (\

1 ..a11..e..e. : application.I. | : An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct J I

...II1l.ISISIt/I1III. .I..ISI...IIISISIIISISSISIiSIS.SI i I I supervision of the proprietress. 9 J,

__ __ '-->V S s IRISH LACES LACES t 338 South Ridgewood i Avenue, DAYTONA, FLORIDA. 5S.tn.t :' 1""I I II IIi

. WANt.ONS. ..; Q CLOONEY i : n ..:u.. .Ni ,in' tit .is 0! e N.A' M.itjiioli.t., Asbnr'. I'.i'k. N J
.. .I.I.......11.............................I.......I tfvSR- JAPANESE KIMONAS i ; I'r I
XClJrJc MANDERIN COATS ............""".. eMC.8
: THE MA"NOLIA( r 113 Soulh Ridfiewood Avenue. ! dtJV. MADERA EMBROIDERIES '.' I ;.
"JLARCE SUNNY ROOMS. i
CHINESE CAPES
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crvice, lighted by : Fresh milk vegetables and fruit on the place." Furnaceheal.| FATES : S2.CO per !>t 1 .;.J; LACES BY THE YARD I Iof The WillmerA i i I The OSBORNE i 1': ;1 '' .11

in passengers : day and upS12.00; per week and;up. i j | And all that an oriental store should carry in the best quality ,1:1:,i.: \NI. I n I ..- A. OSHORNI-;. I Prop :p

I and at reasonable prices. i I! }Koutns Only Modern Convenicn-c-. I't. r .
een i ,/tt\ Mr. Foster MRS. CELESTE HINKS Proprietress. i ] goods COP-.V: noble }RoomsLicellcnt + I -
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1 Table 50c.. 7Sc. and ''i-l.OO per day H I
:.B.B.B.B.B.B.BIB.B.B.B.B.BflB.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B..i 1i !i! Cor. N. Beach and Bay Sts. Adjoining Cave's Factory
and ............................HH..H O............. 312 So.'Palmetto'Ave.I Daytona t n a. Steam Heated Rooms 11 Orange Are !. tti
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CH I THE IMPROVED !!I QUISISANA SPA AND HOTEL .......................................... .. ...... f' 1 .:

i CITY; HOTEL: !! GREEN COVE SPRINGS. FLORIDA The HARLAN, THE' ;;ES Lake Helen, Fla. : ''d, : )

Florida ..' . I.. .. t.. . I .. '.. \{\ -'
The Oldest Watering Place in n ,
DAYTONA. :FLORIDA. .1 Thirty Miles Sooth of Jacksonville. .... i.I
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and Management v ' ' I '
New Ownership j ' -
& American Plan Always open HOTEL :;. ; :. .\ :i.I. ':'I \ ? i .'!.
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Renovat dandEnlarged GoodServiceManagement ., .. '
; I.:! BATHS ,:;." :,' ::.';,I;:..'" '; ".' _' __ : .. : !I f .bI 1,<.
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Picturesque Halifax H. C. F. DOHM ,.. .. ., ,
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.. . IJ I ..i: ;" II. d'' ::1"" I.: 11' F ; Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Abrams, Props. JTIIK :: ,
1C. 1.. .........o. ......................0N4. GOLF 1'1' ','.,.I a eta n.1: '.1'0':"" i.., ;,! "/'. : ,,\ .., .1. .\ : I ,k Mr. Foster ... ............ 1 F
i .. ......... SAMUEL: H. GROSER. Mma tr. ................................. .... : . .

. .8:00: a. m. ./Jj\ Mr. Foster I :

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i HOTEL INDIAN RIVER I I >. YT, ,'.. FLJIIU.\I :
OMS.YTONA. i THE f[ PALMETTO OAKS, 4

A. FLORIDA. ! ROCKLEDGE. FLORIDA. Hotel Indian River Co.. Prop'r HI 1.1tH" 'I. --.\. '\1 'II"' I'....,' :
riijt : Well Known and. Popular. DAY TO ,., i . . t ,. I P.i : i ft i
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Z the"BcautifulHalifa\ > ,,, :: 'I !! :. ic i: ,/1.8"- M Foster
Overlooking i: : : : ... : : : ,: ", .' NVIIITII.UN i :
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A Homelike and Comfortable House. First Clas in all Re rc.h. ; > MI.-l.itli.I: IVrfT! -nI:: :': > ,., |I"1, r . . .., . ..I .I si. ( ITI: tl.i'-" >: OI: I'IKI.SUl. I- ,. i
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[.:;::: : <: : "CATCH ON !" II I v' J NO COMAs ]:
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I Life Has Been 'tf D h Ii; miles __
Ii tE ." : : ; Home Daytona, .
; t on the west
: J? G >f the Halifax on Star Di

Done Away 'he.n location permits \Sktsanitation "Greatest ar

I .ralnage and dom"JohnPosition.
With ; We Now i ; TOOrmond .
I 'h''atlon.1s su-

I I II II i iI of .t-r', and homes.Ideal tor A

rJIAS. I Live Life Me: bridge con- and
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t tn-At"wet"-
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__ H Ormond with; over
J mond.Beaeh.Course.. Nueit
I lug house fl& ,
Speed. fine
Many homesI
i am
h :-f; maintained on Ju>t hero now,"ItOP the M I !
) i ri .. .-.tht-r:; side of the at BRKTTOX!: isi'
h.. ?T By f. HOPKINSON SMITH. Author and Artist. J- .Jr i i Uvr most of them Cot.pas,; ,
I irrounded by sub- _
.1.1r roplcal! flora and.hrubberybesides
WE" LIVE .! 5 F: X155;
NOWADAYS
WITH. CALL ONOR
UFE IS DONE AWAY
OME I
A UFE OF SPEED. .'tb-r hrifty! citrusfruit orange and; WRITE TO
born
those
HUMS!' fj I for week, "Of :
i .. It's like a young man who asked his employer a Ormond hamany M'r.N'Ir.'s. [U 1 I' a greater r">i'j
jPh| e -three but the I k
that for fort tilt
!
off. The crusty old gentleman told him ,}: .ttTact1ol1A.-eut'l-
is
i T"ORNTOI gr
;; ill automoblllng Heaven
I iI years he had handled hb business without a holiday and he thoughtthe ;ood: aching, safe "vii 2S). Ceraudiences .
soUiio without That is-the.condition '.oattn and many ORMONDpieasantdrives. att
one.
boy ought to be able to get along IF IN ANT VAT night for Cop |

of things. At: Ormond Beach I INTERESTED: Crowds of Jet
.t it different. A man had TIME TO located the large IS PROPERTY heard him du,
But in my boyhood day* was .fotelOrmond,.and
FAMILY. He had time to. go about with .s lesser sister,the ORMOND OR In Vienna.Krakow. Ii
.j 'rt? SPE.. DTITII HIS OHMOND BEACH .
his sons and to attend even his daughters. lIe had time for a rubberof 'ormer trotton occupies Inn. The a Hr Kuslm-ss Will Give Ton There can I lit

VY of chess. lIe served his city or his state or hb losltlon overloolc'l Attention Prompt the sharp tin
whist or a game :\ the Halifax and the earthly a:
any church with true devotion. He LIVED FOR HIS FAMILY. 'if l.ittvr has as Its and their call!

rtY, Contrast it with the state of affairs today and what do we find? lutlook;:vint each the and magnl-the text said i'a.

The other day a Chicago packer called in his doctor. The physician roid Atlantic. JAl s CAR" l and Teacher courage freely n
Offices: Besides the broad ORMOND, FI.\. I
Indiana I advised him to stop work, go west, shoot prairie chickens or farmor smooth bench there Manufacturer ofPureHoaeMade sin John as
Roaforeeze.
wealth would 'r.-many drives for our text. Ilu1
that his enable -
do of dozen or more things
one a .
any and Froph
: .irrliigcs I able a
To the ilomelrade him to do. The packer replied that he did not like to do those t mohlle. autor.UAV i\ JElll I a member of

II mond-drivestoandAR1 LADfS1) could be not L
i ; through grows of TROPICAL. dples of Jesu
and Don't drop it things.Adroit questioning brought out the fact that all he did like wa <;oldt-n oranges; PRESCRVE5 at least a foot

Cottages Estimates I \Vhen you've got it, II his daily routine for the last score of years-JUEAKF.\ST; : WORK dlvesthroughtrop Ir.ki forests to Hpun-- Speci.iAttrstttueLy FwnttyOrtfcrfposition ewer Is that I lI
All Work l-h ruins drives! to -K 'S g heavenly plan
; Either. ;
CLUB, DINNER AXD SLEET. What for? "ha11 this hum thiancient Causeway Pan-Anwrienn-Buffa kx- A Friend

Seabreeze. Keep Your Trade by and bustle and energy wasted? At twenty he was ambitious, at thirty built by slaves Rest tion4'partwtoan India Expuj-o Jesus had a
of Ion
of planters ;;
the street at ., 1 oulsiamt Pnrcl,, ((1) He came
till p'gfrinf"t.ay, at forty his name was recognized on : and drives to JoIpos&t&ol1.Ii\: .[> x.. be
V. C. I ADVERTISINGConditions well that ended it. plantations of Him might
and
I I fifty lie was to befeared, at sixty- hoIe settler: "give himselftestttd !' !
whose places are re- In duIncident -
Water, .' | French Official d Tape. Keep In the Sunshin .
Reversed. I e; 'te with the (2) :
Gas : Two men went to Nice lately from There are only two !kinds of people In .st of H Intt'rIOUNDGR! Yt proclaim the
Phone 1 "paw-y" Italy to attend a funeral anal took! : the world-the ta't'iae! who IlIn the fruits and flowers. Lord.-the tlm
DAYTOXA seri- with them a wreath of I flowers to i shadowand gloom and those who )Jive Onof the most tn- ORANGESand
In the
.' I old gardener who was i Ing to accentdesire
} ) which was fastened a silk rililxtn bearing on the sunny side of tilltn.t.. These t''r-..tin; of these
of Admiral of the Fleet Sir Alexnder to \'iiistl'I'S
: an insc: 'ri.tlon.! They wre informed shadowed ones are sometimes ialletlpessimists pliiitutlon: la at the
The admiral was a Grapefruit|
Milne. and to land <
I andindness at their destination that they ) sometimes eople i of melancholy h'-idwatiT9' of the
;rand old man. full of goodness Halifax and known Joint-Uolr
I
sometimes they Best Grown
would have to pay a duty .juivaKnt temiK-rament;
but a strict disciplinarian. "4 "l un.drOve. It John the Ik:
) i dootnethhig to $:i. The mourners pr 'ftli"l.: i. sayInjc i are called disagreeable people. Hut, Grove on 8t Aoso
omitted to
gardener having Noi" of the finestorin' tine AatomoUld ter feature of
Daytona that the wreath. was nu-lf! IIf natural i wherever they go. their characteristicIs
I whi.-h ho hud been told to : ;"urovesontheK.ist RondIMiIes( lIe that bathroom
Modern flowers on wluVIi th Tt' was no I this-their shadows always travel onbefl.re : Co.nt of Klorl- of
said him: HOTEL ,
his master to btu I
I o. ORilOKTBeed ;;
t-ea.
duty, but they wen ijifornntl that! the them. These people never bear: d.i and 1atnUt verypr'tty
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I '''''ben 1 was ou board ship I would groom; hi n riprcail I
Mr. W. H. Irons for \11 ol'ehence" dutiable part was the silk mat rfcat.according their own bunion but expose all their surroomllnssMounJ ; Knox fin" ..
had you> put in I'M-
:>
I to>> the tariff laws, duty miiat wounds to others. They are all so .;rove Is on Beed ..
CompaL1Au
tilltxl I be collected on the gross weight of busy looking down for pitfalls! and ta! luytonHilnt:
-- The old gardener was not much perurbtd iustln ...... nt'ww"""" Then the which to
men
the memorial emblem. sharp stones and thorns on
: at the idea, but, leaning: on his I rejoiced <. I ti,
******* agreed to throw the ribbon away, but step that they do not even know that
: I >ade, rcplu-d: I this could not IH done on French soil, there are any stars In the sky. These groom. As Hicxl .
"Aye, mavbe. i Alexander, butrhea I, and so they journeyed back to the folks live tin the wrong side of the i the Urul.;
P Fine J b P ye were nn hoard ship ye had aunder I frontier, where they disposed of the street And yet It Is only twenty feet Finely executed Creates
men tae due ae job nn' noo y? Job J b P at
i Printing \Ve -
I rlblxm. boartleil a' train for Nice[ with across to the other sidewalk. where I must rtIs
t due a huiuler jobs- -
} ( ae man. :=ie the rihtmnless wreath and arrived tooL sunshine always lies -- this office.I the Ktngdomativ
1 ... .. Ti: Hits. I ite for the funeral. .- or em
end, ('Yb'luJi ne i
anti ,gl I.,

'NiIWNNNi'V'iw ,,! .wWj'm \ Jesus ful glory their, hon-Hi
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dom work 1

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Is joined on I'
odist style I


Valuable lots Avenue Its of surely glories the full follow pttel.the lixlu, ho.



: I City on Ridgewood the ence First Amongst:Master: ICt-siirn as st t tl!


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Bargains [ and Kin ;tl/jiD'i< JohnTo .tit

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belong and I
the Kingduui]
Since flit <


'. WE own lots on the west side of Ridge- call that the of no rir--.t the one Cat *

tlon ,
t prior t

wood Avenue each 109x400 feet. sin forty-one entered but tf

obedience.

i Ik These lots are cleared and make one of not Paul having relates

Ised (then*


If the prettiest building sites in Daytona. that better made they r thing>t'rferMoreover i



If t TtlI For a quick sale we are making a price per while S', not'"IIImemlll."s 11

of j jly

$1750 for either one or $3200 for both. earthly= jiliast I n-T||

i rulers, i t ii
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Ii $1750 and $3200 and feet Kingdom"a'-.II.Foclarw. \>-a


about 'I m-|

seen T>.IK--
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derfui tour .

n f>n K-,r.


Conrad Realty9Title Insurance&i be Nor Wh.t. ;ID ,..1,,.


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THE DAYTONA DAILY EWS Pz;; Seven
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OF The rest -of the week "will be busy aa welLTbe
)h1D.ON.THE.BALI r 1 c ,t< THE, ; KINGDOM HEAVEN- I SOCIETY.Society ] poison quadrille at the Hotel De WOMEN AS RADIUM PORTERS .i
. T Swell I -
XDil1 mlleg : HO COMMON LEVEL THERE. And the Swine"Japanese German of Mrs Von Bank Thinks Them Less Liable to Rob I A Splendid Piece of II. | i iI

Daytona, Bulletin.-Monday at nine Where the guests will commit haraklrl at bery Than Men. I
Y At Mrs Van Puncher's function dIvine-
ton the west a nine: I The Radium bank in Paris has greatly _
nve A fisticuff morning six round, welterweight -
>f the Halifax The suicide breakfast at Mrs. De Goat's ;1 Increased Its female staff since It I. '
Differeth From .
Star""Greatest
rile location \ tr. -As Star and Least In the King.- The Duke of Nobralna and young Jack Where seven throats-young buds will cut eacbother's 1 I started. This is due to the rapidly in- I : Property t I I128x220 !
permits i .
.n .Add gztaIn
).Ight Ah gayety's now at Its uppermost pitch creasing use of the marvelous! mineral _
the .
.inase aDd Jem" John Baptist' Humble Addlepate'a corner a fair debutante. j
It
In the ranks of our Idle, unoccupied rich! in medical and surgical practice I
For Nobralr.s the Duchess of i
Punkham
t sanitation? TOOrmond I. :
Position. -Paul West In New York Worl..tStuk Women In
are
his j employed preference

land i ration Ideal la an-for '- Berlin. Germany.: The Tvlnrer aunt.to marry: Miss Imogene Gupp to His Bargain.: .. to men because the [porters of radium : : feet, Cor. Ridg'ewood anLoomis i iCI
l And besides to receive a magnificent"
home Abridge \ March 20. Pastor cup. Exasperated Purx"Laser-Didn't yo: have hundred of thousands of dol-

1 conend try"r"1rdrtYVI "x., x Russell delivered. At Mrs.Goryblood's luncheon I I guarantee that tins parrot; would reBeat lars worth Intrusted to them dally : Avenues.j :
noon at Del's.
I Their ;
Ormond.wlth o\.r Is shrouded
that
nt'W a' three addresses here : wind Le Identity purposely
golf With a duel l w'ti! every heard? .
A'.ach.t"e4UIk"Club bonle Rude 11 at the c j today-one of them : axes between i, Bird DeaItr-Certainly I did. 1; in mystery to prevent any attempt to .
T' fine bomesI am notetoppla'am ; to the Jews on I Ii heavy swells. j "But he doesn't repeat a smile ; rob them while accomplishing: their o i

Maintained side of the on Jtn.t ut BRJeTJ'OS R"roll the wag S .4 i ZIONISM INPROPHECY" 1 Young Tom Nut!:y- word" i work. EDMONDSON & DONNELLY |
nut of the Idiot j
I i It :
J'f 1 | "lie N believed! thnt women carrying
COLe :
mOlt of them Boo IK. y ; an- club repeats every word he hears I
nded. other on "HERE- And the Duke ofPlumdur but he never hears lIe is I' ; rndlum are less likely to be "spotted" r
by'eub- :, who's i( any. as d*) by would [be robbers than men. o....fI +..........*+................e+.+...te....*.o..a _
al flora andbery.beslde. AFTER. and the *K ft post"
CALL ON 6ToR t> orange and; OR WRITE TO I' from the text. The rules are to I 1- -------- I! IeIei..eueie..ae.etecellaeI ..e.g.e.eoee..eo:.toe.goo.
, citrus-, trait P .
those born of woman there Is chop till one's
Of not I '

end hAa.m&ftT MM, 1 a greater prophet than John the Baptist .A dead novelty on the surely floor. llT it's a New Book, 'i The HANDPROPERTY : i For Sale rI

t1ona.-eue: but the least in the Kingdom of that all will i I

.. : THORNTON'tomobWn t Heaven is greater: than he" (Luke adore. I I F it's a Souvenir Novelty, : : I.. ..
joining,. sat Tit 28)). Very' large and interested A fine golden goblet t I. .
g; andbrmond' magr ORMOND audiences attended. lie leaves tonight claim the wlnn..rwill : Its something!! in Stationery and Engrav'ng!! I. ; .. .
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ntdrlnl. IF IN for Copenhagen and Stockholm. : SILVER BEACH :
ANY WAY With hisletlm's I : The best modern Hotel in .
'Beach INTERESTED: I Orowds of Jews are reported to have: last words and I I .
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Lted.:the largeIN the date and his CALL ON OK WRITE Daytona1tt; rocms completelyfurnished .
PROPERTY IN f heard him during the last three days !i I. .
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I OtmOnd..an.d er slstervthei ORMOND OR I !in Vienna. Budapest, Lemberg: and : name I iI I I.i i : Extending from : Will sell at a harI t

Inn. The ORMOND BEAOH Krakow. I At four Mrs. Throatcutter's !i I : gain or will lease for five :
Ifs Will Give tea for the : River to Ocean : .
'
occupiesIon a Business Your There can be no better illustration of pleasureOf The E. & W.B.DREW CO. I ..
overlook- Prompt the sharp line of distinction between seeing her son Willie J. take the measure |; i . 3 ears.M. .

,Halifax,and AttentionCause y the earthly and the heavenly: classes Of his sister's new husband Lord Plefac :: FOR SALE OR RENT : .' .. ..
[ter has at its and their calling than Is shown . .
by our The two
Ie the magnl- j 45-49 W. St. Jacksonville L. Waggoner!
Have Bay .
text, said Pastor Russell. The great a grudge-from the bachelor dinnerIt
I
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I beach andtheAtlantic.
JAS.J CARNEll Teacher freely attested to the loyalty grew- : BINGUAM I / A, THOMPSON i !
[ So to settle It now and forever they seek. I Office People! State Bank
es the broad ORMOND FLA and courage and saintliness of his cousin They'\e practiced at shooting at targets i I 1 I. I : J
lii beach there! Manufacturer John as shown by the words: of all week. !I t AND I ..l. SU ..USIS........a ..ou..e.eis...ti............
YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED FRCWFTLY; AND
]fly drive for Pure Home.1, our text. But if so great and honor- And things will be warm when young .
Willie J, faces
and able a Prophet why could not John Lea His sister's }j SATISFACTORILY. j '
: around.Or-GUAVA; JEWMARMALADES member of the Bride class? Why paces. new husband at twenty-one "iNNNr.W.V.Wiir 'NN"VrW Vr Wr.'WH

Irlves toand AND could he not be numbered with''the disciples The bride will wear white trimmed with j
h groves of TROPiCAL; of Jesus and be an Apostle or diamonds and pearls

(In through oranges trop-; Sped PRESERVES Attentlan at least a footstep follower? The answer And.Will stand envied on by a all chair the other and the young handkerchief girls. We are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin

rsti to Span- Family cedersas to Is that be was not called to the drop.
; drives to HUWST AVTAMIM Aft heavenly plane but to the earthly.A Then the men must both shoot till the China and Orangewood, New and Stocks andBonds
Pan-Anverloftn tx-: both of them flop. jI
1clent UlonButraolilt : Friend of the Bridegroom.Jesus Whichever Is killed will be laid out in Exclusive Novelties.
West .
by slaves India Kxposl.tlon state
had two-fold
: a mission:
|att>rs of long -CharMstoa _
Louisiana In the Church of St. Mammon next: .
Pnrcbase (1)) ne came "that the world through I
nd drives to Esposltlon.R&.Loultaotaot1on3 : Thursday at eight
of Bin might be savedthat He might And the winner a beautiful medal will r

|able settlers "give Himself a ransom for all to be hold.
places are re- testified in due time." By Biffany made of platinum and gold. ..................................................... f

|Tlth.thelnterBoathern' !IOUND6ROV" ((2)) Incidentally Ills mission was to .
f t proclaim the acceptable year of the At seven a dinner at Mrs. HotstufTs. : The New Excursion Steamer :

tad flowers. ORANGESand Lord-the time in which God was willing Her Ingot eon have and Jack been SOUTHLAND : We offer subject to prior sale and
>?the most tang to accept the tacrifuts of such as throwing,: bluffs qp To the Picturesque Tomoka Cabin _ _ _
of these .
Uoosisat desire to walk in the Redeemer's: foot And now they are advance the Stocks
going to give ( : : following
tfr&, of the Grapefruit- steps and to constitute these the Bride / them a chanceIn : DAILY EXCURSIONS. 8ZZ&Z:. :
1t.and known and Joint-heir of Messiah. the presence of *
Best; Grown lUifft Sera" J and Bonds
pie tt c complete descriptionof
,
.ulgrcmJ. It John the referred all of the new ,. ,
Grove on St.Angus- Baptist to the debutintes on Hoard separate Toili!' for I ladies! mil (j< ntl'nun with :ill :Modern ('on4
|,of the finest tine Automobile ter feature of our Lord's work, lat'l They'll meet In the \mi-nc"t! tie: Popular Prm, of ONE DOLLAR FOR THE ROUND TRIP j jt Ii I which will be furnished
groseeonthe Rood XorlhfvfnoTKJU 10 Mtk s He that hath the Bride! is the Bridegroom ballroom, and I i on ap1. -
o.\st of Plorl oKiioxr but the friend of the ritJe-1 bombs ti.ey! will DAILY TIME SCHEDULE. : "

[ surroundings at amid very groom hc.iroth: UN voice nnd : I throw : I.1 "H\, '''- I'riI'f! faori; ::*" D<><"k, Dutonn: s::>t 0) 'i 1. m JI : plication.s el;
Till ore his succumbed :
Irov" Is Deed Knox I'm" greatly. This, my joy therefore is fulfilled -j i then D I f.-i\ts:\ Tintrtl Under I>i\tnii) ,jj :a. III. j i aae K .
!1vtona.R on8eed Com P at.;j (John Ill, :-J:11.) It was not for him the winner will ** !11'a\s I't'nin-ula: HrKf0., :'t'abn'tl '!I 00( :a in -b ? ,
Po toHce | be go I i'eves: : Oni,.." a.:i in .1 'b
tine road. BULOW to a member of the Bride, but he tb
To the op'ra in style } Kt: 'turn tll I 1'nnre (if'orp D"t'k, H-Moni I': : Sao:! p. mJ . : _
rejoiced to be a friend of the Bridegroom ,its
As His forerunner he announced If he's still strong : "".. !'Ii"' 'I' ':, tI' : b 3?
enough
Chas. F. Bur Owner Seabreeze Fla. ar
Vr'T.i'
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the Bridegroom. ,: And sit In the box of dear Mrs. HotFtuCff'e . man, ,, -.1'10,1',', J .. :. QA

Finely executed I ...........................+.......+................ : c-
Greatest In the Kingdom. j
P at .
Printing We ---- I
must remember that the Church j'I I -
this office. 11 the Kingdom of God-now In a torI I ; ee

matlve or embryotlc state, but in the ;

end by "the" resurrection" to be spirit : : $27,000

beings and glorious and partakers with' Aeroplane VSe AtltomobiIe i
Jesus their Bridegroom in Ills wonderful I Daytona Florida, High School

glory, honor. Immortality and Kingdom |; ;5 5s dated April 1, 1909, due
work This Kingdom class Is not
I April 1, 1929 Price $103.05and
reigning now but merely forming. It
is joined on probation-after the Methodist I: Oil Famous Daytona. Beach interest yielding 4 3-4 per :;

style. If the probationary period I .e:: cent. Interest April 1.

of) the present life be faithfully used '

the full induction into the Kingdom |
$900
Its glories! honors and immortality will |i ,

surely! follow-by participation in the Florida East Coast Automobile
flUC First Resurrection. i I
I Association first
Amongst the faithful followers of : mortgage ..
the Master there will still IK a difference / I bonds, 6s. Price $100 and let'

: as St. Paul explains: "3S one : ; .:.... 1 1if interest, yielding 6 per cent.
.
star dlfferetu from another star in glory \ -
Dated July 1, 1904, due on or =
(I Corinthians x\-, Alt.Ae' cannot n-
know and it is not new-Nary for us to }' before July 1, 1924. Interest I
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as to who shall the chief ;.. 'I:1R1iIf nr- 1.
guess occupy :/ Ft July
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shall !lIe
places in the Kingdom. These > l&: L < ; ;

given to those whom the Father prefers igse.4w- )l.f. := $2,000 :; 1 Ie I
as the Redeeiaer: c\pllined to His . ZW 111 .
two earnest follower, who asked: that ..Zt "j,\ ,., ,.' ".. : Florida Publishing;! Company, e'.e; i ,I Ir I. :

they might;: sit one on His right;; hand < .. : :- II 6s, dated January 2, 1893 due CII, It t I Iir !tea I :;

and the other on His left hind in the ... x v : : .
: January 2, 1913. Price $100 a r'
Kingdom (Matthew xx, 21)!I). 111".
.ewsf I J 5 and interest yielding 6 percent ; j'' :
John the Baptist Class. .d> tr... r t' (
To what class does Johu the Baptist t 1 f <1.y Interest July 1 and January 1. i "i I '

belong, and what will be his share in -
the Kingdom, according to our text? =: S240 f I'1 Yi
Since the call of God began with the . i I

call of the Church and! since it begin: Stock of East Florida Telephone i .J' t

at the First Advent of Jesus"" it follows .. r '
I
that no one was called of God to salvation : I Company at par. p .- a
...,. tf
prior to Jesus' time-none until IlL", f 'f
forty-one hundred and fifty years: after S500 1 H t I 3
sin entered the world. Their faith and
obedience were pleasing! to God; as :St. ?: Penmsula Bndge Stock at 75. it' m

Paul relates-"all these died in faith, i 1

not having: received the things prom i
$2,500 I
ised (them), God: having provided some :; ; !

better thing for us (the Gospel Church), | '" Port Tampa 5 cent. semi-annual "'" hilt I 3' 1 .
a AVIATOR J. A. D. Mc-CFRDY IN .-lla per 11(
that they without us should not be ,. :
made xi. 13.14). Water Works bonds 30 years Par.
perfect" (Hebrews ) ? s s1aa

Moreover these .\nt'ntYorthit( >s, I 1"

while not members of the Kingdom. Daring Exhibitions in the AirThe ,".. $25,000 p..: ," .

per tf, which will be spiritual, will be tea' Pensacola Improvement bonds 30 :," I : .' ''
.
members of that Kingdom in its earthly : c }\
I' phase. They will be the Kingdom's'| Fears 4 1-2 per cent. Par. :- I Rmil

earthly representatives princes or i / 1 I II .
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nJers, In :all the earth, ns the Scrip- $50,000 .
tares declare (Psalm xlv, 1C( ). We remember I.test: Aeroplane* ]:'.(.nt Kver Held in the State ()f Florida a;' .1111[ e,.._.
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II Ucita Investment Co. 6 cent ; :
tae words of Jesus to this ((- M'lll )he the Kxhilufioiis: at :: per ..- <
feet Foretelling Ills Kingdom be declares tea' bonds, 12\ears. to run S96.

"Ye shall see Abraham Isaac "1IiII- 1 alt r Fs'

and Jacob:: and all tilt Prophets In the '

1ngaom," but lie said not a word DAYTONA MARCH 28 29 30 ,i

C.F about Himself or Ills disciples being j I wee- .wr.;
seen: properly so because they being ,I -
F spirit beings will be Invisible to men. i .."i

With such glorious hopes before us.I I .. :. ) } 'i

with such appreciation of our heavenly | A total of five flights will be made in three days the flights to include a ran on tinn. !. -: rli :;
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Father's glorious character and wonderful i -
Plan, with such a grand view of with flu fiislosl t mifomohih that can be secured and a flight at high altitude over the Halifax i''
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: our Savior: w ork. with such a hope of I river and the city of Daytona, and Seabreeze and Daytona Beach 1,1, 1
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a share with Him in His Kiturilom.) : .-M b i i a
Hotel'len's Association and the rh
That!: manner: of persons ought we to These flights arc to be given under the auspices of the Daytona '

CoRh be In holy conversation! and godliness! Board of Trade and spcci,il arrangements have been made to accommodate the crowdsCHAKGE tw-, 1'r .

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restored of the future who would turn TO SEE TIIK KVKNTSA M, w?

A their backs upon the gracious provisions JL O c.. ..: I. t

:;: be unworthy made of for further their salvation favor or would blessi: i i Splendid 1 Chant to Sec Daytona The Prettiest. Winter Uesort in the World. tiJlll CONRAD BLOCKPHONE 128 :::.
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liii : Trunks and Bags are selling. There must be a : : in our window. We are giving ; BARNES : wide flouncing to a five-cent
OUR this wheel away Absolutely Free. :
Come in and let show the line and : : I
: us you No lottery. InquireSHEPPARD'S : I Will nl-o frame Four IMftun tl-: cambric. Sixth SDon't

: you will find out for yourself. Our prices are right. : : . dour\OUf :I.aiiittinil-Iaw'|iltidntll'rTtsI.iiitdrrlt.tralnwt I'mlnfllm.harp' "-n .. 1 w-.lt till t'i.' :co'rol'lall..l| U li--r. to get/; dour Linen Auto Coat and

: Two ticket* to tli* (C'r>.ttil will !I., kh'.-II MUs\ <;rm-e liurJick If slit, \\illrallntth : : GROCERY : nnvttilni; that is out of hack t'o-tt Hulli but :a.-t th.-iii now w lillt- our took l> i'om>|.-tt*.
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11. Opposite thi -ton- iiv.-h : J. W. Ball & Son :
I DAYTONATHEATRE High-Class ird l> r for i"> e> lit- on .
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JUBILEECONCERT I Fire Insurance DEN

: TERRIBLE DISASTER VISITS A IN 1T3|
122 South Beach Street

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Whole-Souled Jubilee Singing and Dialect 1 i ROME: March 13.:: -::A toronado and: =7- pot and
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Readings by the 1 tidal wave following destroyed: a very rate, thestrong ]
Sno v 12VI3RY HOUR :I large section of the town of Viareg- r .,rv n|

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I Daytona School for Negro Girls I I j gio, in Tuscany, last night. Scores Erf\R4ftf$ west of
I I of people were killed. ed ra|

i I I"m.. Hall went over to Mat itand: The Key Wtst exprl'S0.:: 3S, i CHILDREN'S EYES urea Inc
16thAT I i SEVERAL ARE KILLED the Sou|
Thursday Evening, March Tuesday afternoon to fpend a few due here a 4:33: a. m., arrived this I WALLS. Cannot be too carefully safeguarded The fi

: days looking after his grove property morning with a bad engine and was BY FALLING for they have but one pair to last

8 O'CLOCK. : ty that place. I delayed here for two hours or more I!' NASHVILLE, Tenn., March 15:1 a lifetime. H there are indicationof late battle hou a;

I waiting for anothtr. The walls of the store anything wrong with. your caild'i

Admission 50c and 35c. Tickets on Sale Hankins' Drug Store **At the Daily News office there I. Falls & Co.. hardware dealers on I eyes bring him or her and I win fit lieved t tb.
1 The of Mr. and :Mrs. W.I i though
infant
are two tickets to the Crystal theater son and it is
{ Third avenue, fell at noon them with Glasses to correct the
for tomorrow night awaitnglrs.! i I S. Snead died Wednesday morning buried under I in the
I I rejected 1: persons are trouble. If medical treatment; I la necessary
Ira H. :Miller. ( following a brief illness. The interment feared several have I I out agate
-- j the ruins. It is I will tell you so. Tnetoj"
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killed.GROWERS
,..- I Miss Minnie Iluger is again at I in Pinewood cemetery Wednesday af I been Dr. Neville H. Clark than $10"EAS1E -1

CombinationSAFETY home at Daytona Beach having returned ternoon. The many friends of the GET GOOD PRICES
Happy
A I I from Jacksonville Monday. ': young couple will deeply sympathize I.I- FOR FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES. Optometrist

i AND SATISFACTIONIt I :Misa Ruger it> feeling very well in ., with them: in their bereavement.Mrs. .
.. I I LAKELAND. March 15-About :<>- Look for the Sign of the EYE.
fact muh better than for year:( pasit.
is not enough thata bank shows its appreriation of your business. A clown --- Ii i Louis! Tucker and little 000 quarts of strawberries were

may be affable and polite and yet hardly competent and capable of managing I daughter of Hartford Conn., are visiting I
W.\XTED--GcO : week.
I 1 reliable section this
this'
< man. Apply shipped rron
a menagerie. We ins ite account of firms corporations and individuals, :\11'. and 1 Ire>. Otto II. Wehrer I
based on our resources and record for upright dealing. Our methods are to :Mis Chloe"akeCied.: (lenevahotiel. The qualityor fruit is as fine ae ..\ >-r I II
at their home on West Magnolia avenue :
modern our facilities! ample an adequate, and wetrive to please: our customers I I Daytona F.each. 83-11: I I
by protecting their interests on t1o, ,r liberal tirmsPEOPLE'S -- having come down by tra.n: : I left the local platform, reports from GREEN GOODSWe

t Tuesday from Ormond, where they I the north being to the effect that it :,
I Walter D. Rogers and party' leftTuesday
hlbeen spending the season with. reaches there in tiptop -hql'.1:
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STATE BANK afternoon for the Indian
Mrs. Tucker's parents: Mr. and I[ Prices have ranged: from 2T:; to ...> --- ---- -
[ Springs section: whore :Mr. Rogerscxpeetn
.Mrs. Penfield. cents on the northern market xxhieh
DAYTONA FLORIDA. : to be: en asd:; for several I( carrying a completeline
II nets the grower between to and IScents I are

I'r--.l.l..nt. M. !I'. lKI.\Mi.: ; i: < '.f slutr.. \1. fo.4'\"T: KU: .\ "',-'l.s. The address to be given beforo the I I per> quart. It is thought that I I of Green Groceries including !
1'0- -1'reuli" nht4. B. :SKVMVN: : ; M L. X\ .M.i.ONKUDl ( ; I
I Palmetto club Thursday aft.-raoon, the season: will continue it.t'o:
iraud Jubilee Concert I :
by Daytona by Marcus H. Rogers will give an !!: weeks yet.Many I t
I Industrial School at new D.iytonatlnniter I Will
opportunity learn about the rt..1 ,
Thursday: niIhtarch: ( 16. Jubilee .
t sealed wonders of the unixeise, and I Sided Kick of the Camel. I Golden Wax Beans
singing and dialect readings '
it w hoped that it will eneourake'ju j A camel's hind I legs will reach nn\-I FOR
I Vdni'ssion! :Z::-c and 5t.Hc.I .
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I I I field of iLsefid, and interesting knowledge ;,! and on to his" hump. Ex'en when lying I THRE)

LOCALSPERSONALS I Ir. and 111'Ira II. :Miller are I ( has been neglected, and there ': down nn evil disposed animal will CucumbersCauliflower

II I spending' the week with Mr*.. Mil! ;" is mudi shoot out his" legs and bring you to a I LICE
loin.une in the *>:tu(jy of as- :
ler's'; (parents Mr. and Mis. fteo. I'I . t I'II1umy. sitting;:: iiostureIf be wants to. <'

X 1 XDon't 1Rev. / Smith on Xoith IidRe\\Mid axenti'1.' I parwl with a (camel a mule I Is 11m-I VALUjVJKM1

having arrived from I toy n ton last most considerate kicker so '

F. J. Lougdun who had IJ "I I: fail to.j; thn stew line! of Monday. :Mr. and Mrs. Miller! will : TWO ROADS ARE GUILTY when the camel looks as If he I Is going Tomatoes tUe life(

\'isLtingIr.: and: :\11''';. \\111. huger! atDa'tona epirig: suits! at the I'ee: Bite b<.fore 1 go to Ponce Park Situniay for! to kick.-Xeu.rk World. I ehcv

Reach: : for a day or t\\o. n', buy :U.;. s-t: I a week's stay, and will then return Of GIVING! OUT REBA TS.I[ 1 1I I PeppersThey here aptstote
The Result.
Logical I
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and !
turned to IeLard Tu.dty: alt room t spend the balance of the season
J. I I. Frosen who !has been the I I "What's tile matter with your (.\- i
accompanied by :\11'. Ruger. who expected at !in this city.'Responsible. I "
I t bent dtwtor?" asked a visitor In a hos- : are Always Fresh.
whir 1fr. Prospect with P. J. Doyle as usual I
'; to remain for a tine NEW YORK CENTRAL FINED $35-
1'Ital as he saw the bend overthe ) ;'
surgeon
and 1lrs. Utduu. this o'inter. lett Tuesday for ('unt.yL wh'te: man desire '!I r.,
a I remnants of a man. <; -----==:
> X. Y., where he will this sum- charge of residence: Property during i iI I 000 AND PENNSYLVANIA ROAD Rlt t
"lie
I got in the of
-Ladies' hairdresir.g! Farlar' 19 V4fusla :.. ., ;Ii I:. .. i lie Hotel Stratum: an I ab"-4'tice, of owners. R'-fereuee given.I ; ,. way a sin-cding' i I' :., ..
I PAYS FINE AMOUNTING TO niotomir replied the doctor :tud
Ave. Mrs. L. A. Shofie'd' e.u."< llt-ntlx located hou>" and when-I Lot:k box :23.: ::;. a'I: i. 'I DOW is suffering from that rundnwufeellnj DAYTONACOLD

. wc-tf! .\.. f't-('se:: >.tj- 'II' w':M '"e( glad to 20000. :."Italtituore American.A MUNROI

i? y "" < ..:t' :a!'x <>f the boys front IKiytt -! -Mr.; and 111'''. I* Stevens of :\IOJ-1 I STORAGE CO. F|

111'. and Mts. :Was Ie. Wriht of 'iiu who htl'pen to *'fctr-ix that tar! I."t.u.: Pa., old friends of Mr. and'! Bl'FFALO X. Y., :March 3::,- In Wrong Impression. i

I neLan41, t tet'a ill the ,::ite TUbday, all 1./. t tt! U'i\ :i.ig;; the .viuiii: < \'. Mr4.. 1 1. Carson of thisty.: were court here today the New: Yoik C 0-1|I Tlttsott always seems to earn himself :R. D. JOHNSON, Mgr,! vl VJluaroo

I 1 d"tit: : iu coapiay wt h ll'-'r. -- i pa. seiigr8 ou the steamer! Cotmtitu. tral and Pennsylvania! railroads! en- with irreat, di""' lit). What in-. lieever

I I ;. 1l1wtt a.d ('ia! :'1.." :-ui';: ('.\VVAXTKIVat.t to 1).y': or j Lion Tuesday morning on the 1 It'I'I',1 t pl..;'s ot u.i:lttv 1'ebat!iig. The done that be should hold hih. .-all l
r wayto
1' ii ,', t I.t'. Mii.i: .. th,' foruwt.: a I h.te!< for >;.x \'k... for 1:/jh= awl: Rockledge. for a'j :t.t I tint I X.-w Ym'k c.''Ill ral1" f ned $.'':-.,.MM. so high" 1Bi' On
j Offer .
t1 .: I' : '1' ..: \I. 11'rlghtThe p trtyS' I cai ful di:v ::11.;. jo 4ld-:. p.is!, "'I ;..r I place. Mr. and :Mr.--, Stevens .-; icir land I the IV.mi4\aIt: ;: vxar y> 'l' ,H d a .Nothing.:. litis i merely try iuc to ig

;",\ ..:' :;t. .lugu-tie. I t tuurt! .a car Stat to l ott<.m pri e st"H'raleeks in this: city, being located | lilH' 4)1 $:I'H.IN)II. i live up to his! wife's hat.-t'lii. 1 :ago
,
:aid'! < <>!'iiiMi;,1 d,-,('riptol': '.*' t"1I-.t let- I ReionlIIernhl.Should (I
I in Mrs.V.. M.
Moore's hou eOn
i )J '1.'. 'isbeI! and: 1. F. McNeiltd ) tt :', i\1: !lit::. liaxtona Heath t 'jt:: Second avenu--. | STOP-AWHILE IN CITY Per'amed. SHOES

Geer haven 'onn. are gu''I- sat I ON WAY BACK NORTH. : a m.ii. UM |101';"fl;:1)t'Q'?*

Ute Prod pt"1 for the balance of the j T1OV.. Ijitne, who was here last Well, a tr.ii.-;. of g-ioolinc: i is per-
ltesirable lot near Hot I Clarendon! The .rf. .. .
houst
I n "fl boat .
StopAwlil
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who hate mj"j! iNli! : nuw'il! > : .
i secason. Tbt'se gentleux n w inter and I has spent the present : \ I'.xclanfe
t to exchange for automobile. Cox 262.Mrs. ( :-.thl.a-41|; awhi;,. in l>axt''''ia 'Tu--d.iv to know how manypersons :,;
I; visfttd D'tiI'ttna: in i two prt'\juus s 'a- .!IMHI in the c.t)-, left Tuesday: aft*r Desiring "

t sons came here this time from S'Pettrsburs I !noon on hi< return to Irs home at .. 8 -1t | nroute troju Miami and Palm Rt.-,trh! ............0........... I read the adver u > '
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4 New York. Tim u- the boat
and waited for several I Cleveland. Ohio. Mr. Lane has a > o.i of
.J. Schneider and daughter which Charles. Hyde. Ned Yok I Beautiful i : tisements
day for an opportun'ty to cur- i spl ndd: baritone. voice which he pro-
Ius Mora and a friend: from Cleveland city (chamberlain was hiddi} l f. ..raMtme
rooms 1t 'lhe P pt't..t."Duff POM s to >JiI'm th.'r cultivation the
I Ohio who is a guft-t at the time while efforts wee.b.t,.- n I Home Sites ; CO.
coming! Minim'!'. (He will be ureatlmts.'d >' bmade THE FOSTER
I Parkinson left here Saturday morning to locate him durum the firs I ,
t OrPinton and n. C. Wbitt''YJ11njott :: from mutual c'nhs! in Daytona I
by automobile. Dr. W. E. French part of January. The boat na.n.d; I :,. . Ii 4 'at. B"al'll. |Hi''r| I ,
: t'ggs 1::; for $1.00.( C. 1Lt I until 1I..xt:1:11-r when he prom I ., ..
t driving, and made the run to Eu'-t;. j I much notoriety after Mr. Mjde hall al,1 Int. rioi lots. for :d.|
Palaver, Celh'iew'e.. 81S, ;- to :HIM n r,-turn: tor tli' -,M-OHREXALL I 1'1 hip, h:ilf mil'. 1..low| Soiitti offers to accept
)2 miles, in a little less than five j I IMM-H smoked out by Daytona n -x\-.i| - bride-onth.l'! ntn-uisveil-| | .. !the company

!hours going over the new road byway per men. and wat laid! up here fur oIflr'I'I >. Hois.:: .i-. :\ir 1 *. I one of these advertisements -

II. C. Cntll.. 'lorida PasstingIllino'.s p rl:i of Crows Illufi They bpentth f-\.ral days fur repairs. On I board I *... :M. I I".I.hin-.u' th!!'. |"ll- III- for
: Central rail i I. '
of the i
\gent :: .- night at dusti- and drove to Or !''th- boat an'Ir.: and :Mi.Inhn \\' ..>. IfyTol
\ t road was in the city from Jat'k:'ll' I :laiiilo the following and :d : IT WILL PAY YOU
F, I day .sta i well and! :MrHxde and tit i ic1'! II. TO IN-
${ wills Tuesday. ill (.ltUpaoy with II : I
: thee: over night. They left Orlanno who $
ha-; !bt-.u -p-ti'l.n--' I two :Ion' t1'1I.'n > VESTIGATE.I i
C. Cray District I'a"seneerc.Ii "Skeeter : and ... o 10PER
Monday nturntd Iaytonav '
tn ; \: -o'it'i'-n\ !
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of the road woo will make lrt.: : ,. '!. .... : ..N s0...0..0...M....H..
W wax of DeLatid reaehng: : h ie :.n and a;
headquarters for st \'t.'ra.1 ueek.. Vii :' .
I \ Cray IA at'Ct\nlmnit-d ly hr! u !'., 'I-I! :.ftt! rnoon! 1'11' trp: p-ovid. : :.1 I ......o. ................. .........-................ CENT line cr
l'\ pi''] -ain: oat. Tlu r..d.! ; at.. I' :

md; they are from St. I.au!. Minn.! i Skoot"Dries : .I"! i ''' h!> \eix i.Ir i i: o'i-! .i.;. j 1'.1.i T' -. of pair we hj
j" .. I': : :. on the purchase any
k i ; i : \ ..: Cement Walks you xt
durinathe
' --Mitt.;l 11'AXTF.J-I'. r cehtia. I j of shoes in the store

!.. .:-, \\ork. small iatll.. -.x: ''h'ek I, away the mosquitos. A P f" rt ft buys a furnished Beach ej month of March. HAN.

: \\ ylrI I; i I'I ,i', 4 rift! i! Try it Sold atPharmacy .V T *1 1 1 1 1 street residence; 8 rooms .

.. ;t : ,I.: : l,.1'iYoung's I ,I UUUUU and bath; modern improvements | A. Vandevord Daytona Beach : Largest Assortment in the ht
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