Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00242
 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 16, 1911
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00242
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
alephbibnum - 002072230
lccn - sn 93063916

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ERIEi1t:1ng :1 4+4 er THE Fair tonight WEATHER tonight with and heavy IN Friday.FLORIDA.frost Cold in +** THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS oJ-** Today LOW TIDES. . . ON. . THE. . .BEACH. 2:30 J. ''

0 north and probably light frost Tomorrow . . . 3:07:

A in central portion. Saturday : . . 3:42: *
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you want from a 1 r Published Every Evening Except Sunday During December. January February and March at the Prettiest inter Resort in Florida.

a five-cent i: f

Sixth Season-No. 90 DAYTONA FLORIDA THURSDAY MARCH 16, 1911 15 Cents per Week

Let your Linen AntoCoat and t
[ok 1* cuniylft.

ardiner Co. ht, R H. WRIGHT :: :: DR. BON1" OrSHOspmlaDdSITUIM S \ [ RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies. Stationery and Havana Smokers ,

First Avenue. Daytoiu. FU. PRICES Books
WALLACES'W. PaintingPaper Twnt>-Nlliiru*'. nlr room*!. n..wl lvfurnl Only first quality well cured tobacco i
Hanging ,hfit iinil t1tt.-t"po ,t trion! toTrjit, You KUlit.I. I GEO. H. CLARK used.
Thorouijli- .' t l"a !n. lour Je- I lees.
', lON....e..p.... I" Decorating h'.qulpp.-dolwrutlnlHoomonst'l'ond| | Waterman Fountain Pens, News. Vet Cave, ManufacturerDaytona. iIuI t
floor For
terms Jidilress
Phone iHi C. C. BOHANNON. M. D. Papers and Periodicals Florida.
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r. PENSACOLABYJLAB. DESPERATE An orI.'r, for:25! '''./It- on thl, .tor. 4iv 'ii .or'lI J XiT hy AREOPlANES SUffERING t
Headquarters for j t cx.uI14- at th- I.uiN.ws orfir. in-fon' tomorrow nlnht. f i_ _

ill Kinds of and Fresh Fruit.Vegetables C.: THREATENED BATTLE ISLOOKED it. NATIONALGasoline I a i IN THE CITY WITH COLD t I II I I II

Poultry and Eggs a :


ne Orders Promptly Filled. : stoves are the only safe and reliable I i iI
..: I kind "Just a little better than the best." I i _


f 237 North Beach St. 'Phone ,ir I GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE CO.
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122 South Beach Street DOUGLAS, Ariz., March 16-A detachment POLICY OFDEMOCRATS. I Two aeroplanes which will be I March 1G-The

Fla., March 16-The of 600 Federals marched !! IS SHOWN used; by Aviator J.\. D. McCur- cold wave predicted by the weather

entire city of Pensacola was threat- from Agua Pritta this morning, to at- II I bureau has armed and has the-
ened with destruction fire this af dy when he gives his exhibL:ion j -
tack the fort of the Insurreitos near whole territory from the Miesl: -sippt>

l ternoon. Niggerhead, nine miles distant. The I flights here, have: arrived in the river to the Atlantic seaboard in t its-
The blaze started in the Union depot American cavalry has been ordered I cta.nd: will be heM here until the grip today.

and travelled sou.!?! at a rapid violation I Zero, weather prevails in much of
to the border to prevent any -I f arrival of the aviator some time
rate the flames being fanned by the of neutrality. Hot fighting is this territory and .the cold and snow
of the next
week the
strong north wind. AU ''buildings: expected when the Federa's' r,>ach PLANS FOR INVESTIGATIONS[ I! All m HI TIE COUNTY I next eek.: or are accompanied by a strong wiLd,
west of Romana street were destroyed -( Xiggerhead. j which is causing much suffering

or damaged the destroyed ..struct' The two aeroplanes are accompanied among people In some sections.

[HILDREN'S EYES lUres including nine residences: and Dickinson Is SilentWASHINGTON OF VARIOUS DPART[ IfNTS. :: CENTERED ON THE STRU66Lf.I by two machinist,, who f will occupy 'I The sweep of the torin is tending

the Southern hotel. I I I toward the south and heafrO t is
March 16-Secretary
be too carefully safeguarded ,I I their time until the arrival of i i
The firemen fought a desperate of War Dickinson returned to (:I predicted for the northern portion of
Q but to last the aviator in overhauling the moos(
>ave pair

battle odds, and at a EVERYBODY WANTS TO KNOW
great Florida with light frost in the central
Washington today, but declined to
time. If there are indications I I and putting everj thing in good condition
late hour thie afternoon it was be
bribing wrong with your child's comment on the :Mexican situation. UPON PLANS FOR EXTRA WHO WILL BE THE WINNER OF for the flights here. portion tonight.
lieved the fire under control although
was I I
[bring him or her and I will fit He expects to go to Panama :March The air machines were taken apart:
a constant watch was keptin SESSION OF CONGRESS NEXT Cold in New York-
with Glasses to correct thee. 23.:; He will inspect; the maneuvers in THE SPECIAL DIAMOND RING and packed! for shipment and wil be
the fear the blaze mtght break lYORK, March 16;-The mercury
| If medical treatment la nee- ; Texas;: shortly afterward.No MONTH. I II PRIZE. I left in the boxes until the time
out again. regislend> eight above zero this
I will tell you so. n I I I comes! for puUing: them together. The I
The total less will now reach more morning and much suffering ho -+'
WASHINGTON, :March\ 16 Plans I
Cabinet Changes- All eyes in Daytona and Volusia motors have been removed and taken

Neville H. Clark than $100,000.ROB AUGUSTA. Ga., :March 16Aside for a long series of investigations of! county are centered on: the special II I= to a machine shop and will be in ron'l been in caused this city.among Reports the poorer from classes Syracuse ;

from an emphatic denial of the re dition to be replaced in the
the various departments of the United : '
t prize race of contestants in the say the mercury was: at four
Optometrist ports that there will be changes in Ga'i several days before the flights are
CHIEF States government as part of: z..tt -Xe\\s Great Popularity above this morning and that! the preyent
the cabinet as a result of the :Mexican be given. ,
Ie: for the Sign of the EYE. the democrat campaign for economy I storm is accompanied by much
border differences President Talt j to see who will be the lucky winner, The aviation exhibitions are b tagwell :
and retrenchment in optional finances snow. At IlochPi-ter: it was three
today refused to allow business to of the beautiful $;;0 diamond ring; advertised throughout the state
were determined by the democratic above :
upon this morning and at Wash.ns-
OF POLICE interfere with his vacation. John leaders today as the program which is offered by I... 11. Howe &l i j and every indication points >,o thefact ton I l.'i; above. At Ii.tsburg the mer--
Rockefeller left last night for NewYork. i that there will:l be a larg. crowdof
for the extra sty ion of oongre s.1 Co., the well-known jewelers of this! I cury registered four above wi'h a
REEN GOODS which will convene next month in :I' city. I people in Daytona we *k after neat heavy fall! of snow.
5s to'itut.' ti the flights. Many peoplein !
addition to the Canadian reCilroct,1a.nl :
I This ring, which is a beautifulI!J the southern rtsorts: are now delaying -
IN TO INVESTIGATE SCANDAL schedule by sch dule! revision of I Tugs Sink in GaTeCLE"EL.XD. -
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of one:! karat is to be awarded to the I j jtantesuant bring tht m to Daytona for a few Tug Silver Spray foundered thin
\\Ve AT HOSPITAL IN TAMPA. '! days that week and many rt'$;.dents; in violent jdt the
are carrying a completee l : in the Gaztt'e-News: Gnat'Popularity morning sal nut-

of Green Groceries, in- "EASIEST PLACE TO ROB;,11 i I MORROCCO SULTAN'S ARMY I Content who secure the I of the state'. will come here for the harbor. All members oft the crew <,f

1 I nn>-..totes! between March !th and attraction* eight, including Capt I'urdy, were
ding : SENSATIONAL CHARGES OF MISMANAGEMENT IS ENTIRELY Y SURROUNDED.t I!I.Iprilah! irrespective of all form.riLutes i! The race between the automobileand drowned. The tugs LJojd May and
beacb.-ilI be
aeroplane>> on
HAVE BEEN cast in the contest. Only v'<.<.t s Swan are missing' and many person.
olden Wax Beans I cast between March !filth> a.ndpril Cth:one of the most interesting things have been injured m the heavy ga e

MADE AGAINST RELATIVE OF ALMOST: CERTAIN THE WHOLE. will count in the f.glit: for the diamond ; ever pulled off in this: section of th- jam 1 the \icmtt Of Cleveland.Cold .
FOR SECOND TIME WITHIN south. With the automobile travellag I.
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Green Beans I rin;:. i,
MAYOR. TROOP WILL BE MASSACRED the fastest automobile trackin 1 /
THREE WEEKS HEAD OF POLICE I IA-I every per>on in Volusia countycome ; on in Georgia- ,w I

CucumbersCauliflower TUIP.'Ia.., :March Chairman BY THE OVERWHELMING ;! : to the aid of their favorite contestant the world the content of speed will .\TI.XTCia.. .. Man'h 16 Thepnduted
DEPARTMNT LOSES HISS ; I be 'atlt'I! b" jutagitrd. I
at Duce and :subscribe i to the ti- interesting; :a- ( cold cave hit Georgia last .,
O. Falk, of the hospital coumee: ,
FORCE OF TRIBESMEN. j (;..az..t't>-Xt'.I4. thii showing their appreciation :I: ninht and th- iwuurv' ressts'ertd:; I'I'
VALUABLES. has stated: that he will! make a fullinvlitigation i _
i of the liberality of I. II. :, ijf,:;r. .--. aiH'\,- this: ntornng. bit: then.irh
TANGIEKS. March 16-The t'ltre: :
Tomatoes :\MEMPHIS:\ Tenn., :March\ 16 For ; ofh.' conditions alleged ! army of the sultan: of .Morrot-co his: '] Rowe & (*0.. and al o helping; theirfavorite 12 BODIES ARE REMOVED i :; wind: pii'Vtnttd a frost. "Krtez' .I r

the second time within three weeks to exist a: the new Gordon: I' to win the diamond ring and .:.? ,- "p.I.I'i"11 IVzn
I been iurrouml! youth< of byj 1 _
thieves: entered police headquarters including! I secure cid! lead! cur! th- $.:T'M'; ,
Keller :Memorial hospital,
Peppers i an overwhelming horde of trht': nl'!! n. FRO}) WRECKED[ BUlLDI
here last night and t .K>le an overcoat I ,, worth of \'ahlllt':;: pr/--: : f-r-d: ::11 I. ATTORNEY
the alleged mismanagement: by I.his.iclan : It 1 ialmost:: ( <' iil\ ttitwlio'e I ::I.IMMI' AN FOR CARLETON .
pistols and cuff but'ons from the .. I llli-{ loi.r.tGOOD: !. I I
chief. I Sheldon Stringer a relative ot' .11 1 h.> 111.1-- r"ti t 11.Ih.: t ; t hI). n II t j,

They are Always Fresh.DAYTONA Mayor )Icl a,'. who iV; in charge.; DOZEN PERSONS KILLED WHEN
Determined} to "rub I': in. the I H HIS TRIAL T I I 1RDB.I >
leading physicians who have \ oj lOR .
thieves lelt a note saying: "This: U unteered their services: in ch.tr.tycasts t ,II II IN ALL QUARTERS THE WALLS OF LARGE: HARD .
the easiest place in the world to '
rob. Goodbye d food luck." are now talking of withdraw' ii WARE STORE BUILDING COL. BAD MAN CHARGED WITH ; .,
ins their: ass.fetance; unless a clian-i" I OF THE GLOBE i '
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>LD STORAGE CO. FOR MISUSING THE MAILS. has been charged that c.ft"ri'I 'Ittld ", T 1 1t \\siiviij.r.: : "r..:.n \II:IM: :: 1 itj i- .\ HAS SECURED' ATTORNEY

:: a nt-srt-ba. was allowtd to i < t .., . ..,
"ABC"Travelers : '. 1 < '1.: i.: I.! u. t. n \
I D. : NEW YORK March 16-GeoiKeJlunroo operated pon when the hotf.M'|) : .- LOGAN JACKSONVILLE.' I'I
; :''o-n Ti. .' 'r i .,' '. !I. "'. .i < I'r' i OF
was found guilty today of using intended only for whiteIt -' F.I'1 1 I .'! .1.: ,-.-..: '"j.'d'I . I
Mr __ -the mails: to detraud in connection claimed that David Midsley. an in >'f M, /;.l'STINK. M.I h I I'-I.; i: j
St'; !, I'.' d! i-'i'< ; I n. "i''!'u, ' . ,> l ii
t with the ale uf! the s'ock in known pauper, and one I.iui-t.. .1.1flor"t. < . I'h:' ; '" -"I< ii'!'. .i _!i 11 IU1..d! c.r a'l at ,
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i. Cheques i ': j i -' I : j. ( | 11./1/
Big n the llg1ish'\llll'ril'all-CaladlU1: M.ir- wore allowed to r< main :.1. tht ..' .. t ': I I' ., r 1.,, ij. '. i L.1, i:,'in !n 1 S';;, \UK"*' I !
ti"M 1 \\ nli e. i 1\1.1.i t." I' : 11.-' 1 '- .11.1! .! ,.111'| ; i.- i d! T. i :
coni Wireless company) lie hns; ItenseuUnced ho>p.tal; without proper treat i it, i ,I- Ki-ioiu: l .u': ''t'':.. !.t. l,all: man I
to three ytais. in the !Federal : and tint: they died with xcant ah'II-1: ( at your gr.Hcry'-anl. \\ I11I tin! 1 I'litc- .!fl.:. T|..'i.I. .n'l r lit. t1'!I I \ > :! ':.ir-. .i 1 \\ ". L t.j. il nil ...' iii'iiil' i r ,.,.:' II-1 t t
T. I K.V't: !; \1\| \C .h'; Y
HOES prison; at Allan1 a. I, t.t: )In. IIr.I Strins5 t r would have benunder you are paving: : I If f not.' tiu-n you meet t with i ready acceptanceby -- .- __-. j l I1)"jlt\; :, :Shr\ t n! (;ii\:. 11'6.--i., : : <1 1'>>?_ I j j1. :

fire at la t night' count-'. will l benefit hy giving us>a trial. Our Banks. Hotels. Railroads. :*i L;: il-r ;at .KswRo.a. li.i- -ii-J: A' ) \ .:
and 11
Commodore Conrad Stubenlxml me tit,g, lut: the" at'ark car called f.'lit'K.< !: Lo-.iii, ot .I.1irkonti1'I I .. :
included the e'o:nmo' qualities are at the top nuh., andour. Steamship lines etc. STUDENTS ARE BURNED. (iHIIII i .. 1
which .
<: off to al'.ow'! a full ill\tiatioll. Th. I ':o 'ii t.'r.il hm .n 'h t il tor th i'
ring to know how many dore's brother. Dr. Wm. Slubenbord! hava j lrief'SIre: down to the ground.We : 41.:101.1 < k.1.I1!1 'lu. : ii l-f--. \
negro woman .s alleged:: t(} : : < ,\ \ : "11; II: ': i 1-- \i "" h i I', j pli'i : ft
(rsons read the advertisements and wife returned; aboard the lr- one t'me!! cundactrd >i house of :1. !| guarantee satisfactionuth both. |! Easily negotiated for full Randolph: J Hi..:. t.>' 'I''uly!' : i..I( :'i '!'i.I:'' i If T \,.t ii...n t''Ii 'n'i r 1.i ..1.1.I ]
nestine Wednesday from :!luir cruise II I IlL J Ilhrt.c
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f.me.: : value. [ .ii t.\ t th.' ar..inrit: : ; :wit; II'.- : -=
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to Palm Iteach. ,! I -- I I II,!" V.ilil. \\It-I (i< -I:OV' | ,j |.V !1',. t..bl. I II '1

I I t Identification establishedby T I ',I"1.:1: :[ .,,1'' !''i i n'.I! ' iii: :;.'!. !j jK a CHURCH. trnfcSU 11 J! I
II I I:"-::.1 I i !I..' .I, : ,'I i '1'l : ."r-: I:'1. I INN i j.-, 1 l' Ptto1E '17i&

countersignature.Safer ", I, '. '. .' .! Beach Sire.i. .-? -
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:J( i PENDING t t A CONFERENCE.' [ CONRAD GROCERY than money: handier : -- .- I -.-':; . Daytona, Florida. IT1 i t 1

[ offers to accept : i ................ ?Idltnl t ,..hl/.r; ilia Baby'i i
ompany -- than drafts. Take a few $10

ic of these advertisements DRIVERS AND HELPERS OF AD I $20. $50 and 5100 cheques on i DAILY Y STOCK MARKET 1 REPORT i !I Buena r t; I

for If you really admire nice AMS EXPRESS COMPANY CALL COMPANY : next trip. ..........................1.11 j I':' ,
I I :M.KK.; : : ':. M : :. !ih--; : -"' 'k.- Tonic

,1oPER Toilet Articles OFF HOSTILITIES UNTIL AF. !, i WE ISSUE THEM. ', ': '. :.'. :.. ,I. :. :::":'r: :,_ I' : i ii

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I TER TOMORROW. 'PHONE 61. i is i the true friend of the cultured r '
and . r',", .... '. .
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appreciate an up-to-date ' !" ,1! U. -> .11 V 't toilet table is I
I Ma '.i h Iti T':, . ..,... '. woman no 6
line of them call and see whatwe X 1YUIU:: : Daytona Lodge : : : '::, ; I'I! r t : complete without it. I Ii' f

CENT. : 1 sir kof the drive: and) help) 'r': <": MERCHANTSBANK II..... 1 ,,-
have. Some new things No. 1141 .. ', . '
lie purchase of any pair the Adam Express company \\ , little ...rbkl ,.
in the store during [ you will probably want. I temporarily! fctifpended tinl.iv, Ih'l: , B. P. 0. E. ."' .11"?" ... \ ", Y'u !"I 1 'A fX -'" I "
hoes ,
.lonteieiuefor t t.'. :' of ';' 1 I. \ a .' .
I. : a < < Meets Every Tuesday ,.. .- I
lOnth of March. HANKINS, The Druggist, d.tK'HineJ I A , '. -t":-K. -. ) Evening Visiting -\ ,:

the ,. AT Tilt H.XCK: I rellr'ntat\! .- ' '*>' ;*i'.d' Members Invited A D. McBRIDE:, PresidentJ .I..:", ."" ,!j. I
est Assortment in T. E. Fitzgerald E R. B. CONRAD Vice President .
! Where Volusia Meets Beach. I :Mayor O -Id :tInOI" 4. Geo. F. Crouch Sec F .V CONRAD Cashier I II I : ,, ,- .,II..t .
City.: Telephone 69 F. J. MVER Asst Catfcw-
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;q- w PIANOS aadPLA county seat of

YER PIANOS VOLUSIA _========_= Voiusia County, :TiTior

HI Coacert T ner is situated 23 miles southwest of
POS: FOR RDiTI 1 Daytona and is reached from the latter UNIVERSITY .J ,

BANK city by an excellent hard-surface LIELAND
road recently coastmcted. Four COU..gE'1i
1'pLAS: FLA. 6
At DeLand is located the John B. -hnJcalHchool Kqulpment; ,t". Invi -
1111 Seeds, Beads at I IWOMflN'S Stetson University one of the leading trig nearly .41..1100.' inform*
I o. .. __ Capital $100,000Surp'us Endowment
$30,000 educational institutions .f the Faculty of 411 PrT"fssors at the;
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n ae 77 lor EXCHANGE South. Because of the interest in !strnetor and('hrlsttlln In- evenlnjPht

III ICE CREAM rr4j T- l.oun' ii.- ,\. I>. MrRRIDB, matters educational DeLand is knownas but nontartaa r'-"hlng. ,

.. uy quantity. > .. ttl' tt ;;l..I I.srI ': ; I'r.--i't'-flt(' "The Athens of Floriat." Information iiddrt-ss ,
r :::1c J. B'ONISAD< : tag an
::: "' 'n on Stetson University tia faculty of
II MILLS'European . & kb ; . \VlePr 'sldent Lincoln RuUey;'
There Ph. 11.. Ltt .
S. A. WIIIIII.l 50 professors and instructors. LL. 1J.. CIty'to
III itJ t'u"bt'r are over $400,000 in buildings and PJop"ld..n'J. Miawitnes |
1 Restaurant
I equipment; nearly $300,000 endow-

..I r . i I, By L. C. DEMAREE. r I fact must be apparent to the most meat; a Carnegie Library alone rep tog.tomorrl. I

s. .ru NisoiNGS.il superf:"ial observer. Wan: such la'i DREKA'SDEPARTMENT resenting an investment in building J. W. ?PERKINS
One of Daytona's crowning glories
SflOES Is her incomparable bea 'h. Xo BUSINESS AND i -hH"l: of natural beauty it became endowment and books of more than

a.n easy thing foi the hand of Dr.
The is the United
120000. library
I It Pays to Trade at one who haj ever set foot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS STORE Attorney andCounsellor
''nra-n to p.;"'e the finishing: toucheswhich States Government depository for the VoltuiCond:
smooth racked sands; no one whoever : ,
: Peck's Bargain House : pedaled a bicycle over its ex- | hJ've TiTought out the colors I EVERYTHING 4A* State of Florida, and contains over

: 112 South Beach Street. and outline of the. big picture. TO EAT. 15,000 volumes. Science Hall one at Law
who drove a
pans: ; no one ever
J ....si S1O1 S I.i Si.i S I SI..SIBISISISISISSISISISISISIS prancia:; pair of horses and listened ... .. :Man d":
to the popping of their steel shoes of the streets with therr wide margins = its furnishings represents an outlayof Will

.......................... of park.ise.< The entire city becomes 60000. Elizabeth Hall is one of Practice InState F E. (j
: LING WAH-CHINESE LAUNDRY : upon irs asphaltum-like face; no one NI I Itt'lIdln; KoomvElevator and for t.\j

: IS 10. BEACH ST..' IlATTOSA FLA. who ever steered a high-power au E. S. HALL IN & pre..t, park with driveways intpr5 "'-.>rvte.' 1! the most beautiful college buildings FederalCourts
Drew Hhlrts Night Shirts 10. ., m.les: mites! of driveways Rest Room
White> Hhlrts lUi\Voolrn, Hhlrts III< tomobile down the broad stretch of S tn4, upon < in the South. F0l|

.a Check New Hhlrts Shirts Drawers* rnderhirts *fo4.. I wave-washed and surf-packed sand 1 Architect and Builder 1S -
a CollarorCuT Shirts coll nitt.( .. :2i 1$4ocks.wrpIr,Hiintlkt-rehiffs; 3 3 .NS bat: realized that it is: a world beater No. =aw Palm,-tto .\\.... : I I from all over the continent. Jlld.\S II.. "L'., 3,500: ::with a thickly settled country _PT.LAyD.: FI.I .\. glass

a ladles clothes at corresponding price NSSISUISISISIIIIISIIIIISIS a world-v\ondeT. Go stand upon : DAYTONA. FLORIDA. NN And as for the pavements pave- adjacent DeLand proper is five LecsetiHCapt

I this wi.le speedway and see the hap ..IIISISISI.ISISISUSISUSISISISISISISISISISISISISISIS. m"-nt< thai! look and act like granite miles'east of the St. Johns River, on I rVRlGFiiINSURANCE: -

NISIIIISISISI.ISISISI.IS py souls flit by in joyous mood and --- -- -- - -wht'I'.:; else between the eastern VolusiajtatyAbstracLCiu the.high, rolling pine land of the 'I LS.

H. C. THOMPSON Agt. I answer whether this is not one of : and \\'.....t.'rn seas are fo many mil's I great "Orange Ridge" of Florida. (J Jcago

: : the seven modern wonders. N in prooortion to inhabitants? The : ; The *predominating products are ,

I LAMB ENGINESHUPMOBILES : I i W. C. CHOWNING M. D. J : ivivenii"it question stands with oranges;. and grapefruit the estimated will
The Placid, Pellucid( Halifax River. j thl'l
-ireet of the Chief draw IJ.Tt Fish? ln'! ldnt AGENCYDeLand (
: General Medicine and 1 as one fairy I'. Litii'". K.-C- crop from this vicinity being over apt

: DemoBstration Given at Any Time. : Where think you is water with more : Obstetrics : < "rds. Till some unheard of place r..tarj' und Treas. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes, ttma 1 13

: PHONE W : picturesque surroundings? Nearly a N Ofllf. Hours: ::W to 3:111 7 to ft. in. O reports more and better Daytona Abstracts Furnished peaches, pears, Japan persimmons,

.SSISISISISI.ISISSIaISISSISISISISISISIIISI mile wide fringed with tropical vegetation : Over Kodak Place. Tbcne 39.N 5)) chrow',> down the gauntet! to the and Titles' plums, pecans, guavas, strawberriesand Florida 5.Mi

SISIS artistic cottages with roomy: .....................!....I word.! other fruits are grown in plenty.In newPrestoj et

verandas: ; looking out upon her bosom Flowers/ Birds and Fruit. Perfectedand
Squirrels ,
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the of public improvementsare
ESpEDAHL gamey food fishes in countless numbers ........................til U'h.tovone's shortcomings: andt.owtn..r [ miles of fine shell roads an
Contractor and Builder many
U beckoning, as it were. to thosewith Map. Tints and
Designer and'Craftsman N indifferent oeven callousone excellent high school electric lights,
IJlu.' Hui.pll.tl
. rod and reelher bosom flecked prints
5 Superintends!! Construction of BuildIng ; may Ih to many thugs: the mere \ frlOe
of waterworks that is owned
Na a system _
?Ian anti
on Hbort Notice. with duck and coot and snowy- I Physician and SurgeonOFFU'K : lI1<:n trll (,f "flowers and squirrels l"101..\S II. KI.K.: and operated by the city, supplying'the I and BEST an

: DAYTON A, FLORIDA. : winged sea birds which sic about as b.rds: and fruits" will send a thrill foundajMrs
at little cost
............SISISISISIS 151SISUSIIUSISISIOISISIISISIS if for .the sport of bobbing upon the : : OVER KOI'AK 1'1.1'1J'hont' -: 1N that refiect-Hl in distended PUpILS purest Jj
is :
81Bt l 5S I BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that
waves; watch that lubberly old N and pricked: : ears. For Florida streettract ,,

white headed pelican pouch a fatS .. .EtBtBOB.BB.BeB.l.fB0B .., a aI DeLand is a church-going commu- I
For e.'ery visitor with a spare goober FARMS
Methodists -
OSCAR MICHAEL 2 ---- I nity. Baptists Episcopalians
mullet and that fish hawk struggling
.BB.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B. th ve is a bunny ready to come COMPANY I (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES whichof
: CONTRACTOR :1 upward with his floundering load he S N I anti ao-'ept your gift. lie will sit bolt Manufacturers! of th.

S snatched from the water : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS ICivil ; Christians and Catholics, I TIMBER or joins'Dc. |
m Filling and Grading : I i'j r"ht and knaw int<. the meat. LUMBER and Methodists :
besides colored Baptists
m Heavy Hauling a Specialty. 1 1 See the beautiful: launches, spick EngineersDAYTONA. .j tasting furtive; saucy glances at :you LATH TRUCK
S NS1SUI and span, witJi hampers and lockers wean\\ iI.Ie SHINGLESMOULDINGS LAND .

!..I I I S U I I S 151 S I S ISIS I Bulging with refreshments both solid I FLA. : Flo."r.i.. Usually fresh and bloom : The graded school offers a ten Send for Bargain to excl

) . .. 1 and liquid ready for a cruise upon th S EZatlill-li. tI '..7;;,. NN I : years' course, and the building whichit Sheet to,;
*!( X '\! \i. !'!\!@ (!; ':!1.X-\XXi' SSISIS .inz:; th" year 'round you are remUwlil Au'-nts! :
M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. | beautiful surface. Take out your field ..1SIIlSIOISISIS2OOI .. of Goldsmith's couplet whereSiu.hru Alasury's I'nrotd I Hooting Paints occupies is newly furnished THE COULDmm
and is of the most
,.:-lass and sweep the river from \Vhlt. bull(" 'fU'nt throughout one Mrs
: its earliest visit
i sprns; paid
MILLINERY !j'j'i Orrnoad bridge to Ponce I'ark ISISUSISISISISISR5I5ISflG '.:.d Mimiuer'a lingering blossoms (KlUoi-atio::..
liijht house then say whether the S N Roid &(.ind lirick; I lic schools in the State.

vNo. Halifax isii'*. a thing of beauty: and 1 E. L. STEWART 1w are delayed. -I.\Xt1.. KlA.LAliS The trip from Daytona to DeLand Iwf.\XII.!> FLA. I tiertr
I 8 Beach St.. Daytona Fla. >! Physician and Surjjcon S ill or.- > ad roses of vsrisated; bitt'si automobile in little I
a joy forever and one of the moaVni: is made by a fd frtnesda
1' .,i to.ll- .. N i 'edoM.natt ; another household has
., 'p. > .litlltlon t a a a- o ThU
a' w '(. i..i.! \! '- wond..:;. i'. I In.'I 1'11"...t an.'! No; *. . .., .'. e over an hour and there are many I
---- -- : >' IM! '.:ant for the poin'ttand the
( ..!. ...\!- i:. ,N'.!, .io..! "' S "..n.1.I.,a i. ...I.,I'h'1'. '. a:' :, I.'.'.i i. ."i.1.1I | NN S & USH[ pretty drives in the vicinity of the THE S w
The :lo v\ -I .1 i P. t'' t. -II'IOH. >
Enchantingly Picturesque RiciCe- < i' ::1>.Hr.: : "ts : rt aflame; another i is hid-
: .ql'. ,'. lioui-. .a. III. t.. i. !. : Attorneys at Law county site. A good road leads to II' SWttsBeach
East Florida wo:>d. ': 'n ::. .1 j'nsIe:: of tall l ('alle."ariet I GORDONGARAGE
SISIIU.ISVSISI.I.I.I.ISIISIISISISISISUSI$2sIsSIS !I': .otu- MIn% ai; DcLeou; Springs, five niilcs a historic I Ita
.- : ::1.i -i u> iv of life and here is where: suti: .i tati F. "rlll
Ilidg,'ttocd avenue is upon the crestot' (,Oour' spot where 60.COO gallons of water :
Telephone Company ; \PU! i:nd it. SjHH'ifll (au':'!lth' for
a broad ridse straight as the crow bubble from the earth minute.
i1iv''tia.iattig i and every
T.ir o.riis: fijt in, and witih their I
lies and the wide spreading (branches S N TI- rf'-rtini I tlti.;.-s The
Connections at Daytona : DR. F. H. HOUGHTON : jo> l'U" tu.tfs) lielp to give fullness j I'- AM''. Fl..\. I From DeLand automobiles go southto I'
of '!'ie heavy-trunked live o.-ks DeLandHeadquarters
extend CMecn, 18 miles on, shell and
j I.d
N S -S--ttiMitiiy to the picture. I
for Long Distance Points f thtir g'::..r.t arms across tho titagnificc.t ; marl reads; the St.Johns is crossed by
Dentist : \s f<>r fruits, ehoif. citrus: fruits. i iI
STEMTSBLYIta.ic{ Y I for
: \ v'tta forming an arch and :: : ferry near CMccn and cars can then
. .. I iI.l, \t\a!: > tkls! the pain to none for
i I H. C. THOMPSON, Mgr. iM from these extended arms great tVs I 'link.. ,! IM .! k. i; .. j .\. Kt.'WartKufunl continue to Sanford and Orlando by AutomobilesAGENTFOR
S I'ii.i. !;! \\ I Fiat: H.. "i h, i:: :i.u N | qi:..l.cy 1 t a..u quantity per acre. There : lily
....@@!X'XX!) tocma of S 1DL"h moss sway as the I. S Mary towlirtAttorneys hard road. There is a shell road ; <
..:'t' tr.-o: of I.'itrus'PS in
trade winds from the -
tropic seas at Law from DeLand to Orange City five
M.i: i! @:! \! (i\\ --- m.'y! to the (city branches bending Cars and
fan them. Looking straight aheaUJon I ur.d Notaries Public miles, and a good road from DeLand !

H. T. McCLELLAN f : this white shell street one has I: T. )K. Fiti.i.d r: K. ..11., > : i' to thte.rth; with their burdens of (M. \KT FL\ I to Lake Helen, a like distance. I RunaboutsArthur
the impression of a fairy path with : I : .utJden globes, whiih for .
: FITZGERALD & OATES : : t-cauty. pl'rJi&J.and all desirable '
Mill lffen draperies but
Work 1 1' asou move :
'long' and cast an eye first to the I: Attorneys and Counsellors: at Law : il'ial.t: :t:,'.s would truly astonish :you. J. A. 1ERICKSON : BOM S.WTOSE BRICK CO. I *;. Hnnil.o.:

>.I p. ..'in I KaiM.il 1 t )10 for F::MUM a n i'a in_ NU Royal P.JiamiinHAMLIN:
Write Tight and then the The Fastest Autos and The Finest I Muuufu.turrLight
or ask him about anything to left you sedistmsruiahcd : n inI IV'.rf. .-tniu I I l.u.ITIt!I' s S

you want made ot wood Every- ; cottage homes in the 4= <'thi.- itiCoiii-.nl: I I'.uiUhn: ; "|"K.II.' !> 1 L Out & CO. Granite, Buff Red awl

thing the best. most dt'ligbtrul settings.See :.ISIIIIISISISUSUSISISISISIr L I r.t:; srivfc of I Drab Brick
i T'.t-!: -<-\- t.rh world wonder do y
I I North Rid ewood Ave. Phone 123 tho glistening leaf of the grand .k.: ((' whether from Mi.sstni : l..I-! : r.-ip.u: ; :u\ rt? '':' Prompt ShIp- &
( rile. \
,; magnolia which nature has varnished (.-.-,"-!\.-..-...- .-..-,.- -.- ........... !!> ... .... .. : .SaaLn.i M-l '. :..f l\oiC:1ll'S I '.. I ::.ia.:a..i-. \V .. ;. i !;, '.v.; t :.ud Prit..
... .,... .. 1'0'.1: .'.l..!tue. in'11 K.tatu.tt't. t' -t l.AKl.: iii.t-\: ti.s.
( .!' \i. I *' : I'I.I.\5 a. M 1.\. HAMLIN
as vrtiti brush
no could
s and
ever 't
; DR. P. ESCH ; '
., rini'Kt' .nd! yon \.1 l itt'i;.un, I
--- tiie! l'a')t. tgR palms with their burdens .
I : ::1"-:',. :stare t tilt' \\l'lu'; t .It.d! fOI" LAKE HELEN -
J HcTRi .it f ,,!ho\y fruit and swaying pa.Ms! ; : Physician and Surgeon : I ALLLN'S
I PORT ORANGE[ S ; Ni"d;I ,s brokfii/ w .la tt'y! r..II1TtI: Surrounded several Attorneysand
sci' th.. lovely holly with its f. 111:1-11:' : i I'ii\a i 1" - t "-I 11. t I by pretty lakes
exquiaHH :M. I-: that! li a. < ''t! ,'. ',..: .. I 0'.1-1 Antes:::, th. !o.. ,'. :;i' t.t5t- .inJ
!Ui'v; see the daubing \iue !' 11''.. -; l.. ; p'. '",. 'I i"M! I I' '\ v I :\. :\t tv t'u-t-i!::"' guarded by lolly pine trees is Counsellorsat
t .5. :,.ltl tI"! i n.t ::11'" of! .:.\' :
I t'J;
I.i :
11I\<<< II.
F 'IIT OUANt.K" I. >-... Helen a winter resort of LawIrLSNI'
'm t in the trt'es; see the : : no
: c > |I" .
... I ..... .. .. . . i .. :' d 1 t..l\\a :; !: .s. .1 I I I" .' ,i- DRUGGISTSJ3VELERS
ai.r.'ttylltMeU.! I:;:: 1 IpORT ORANGE[ I .,ik..nuis; forms .'ai L.h gain it t otho'.d . . . ..S . . ... .,... t < :little importance.: Can.p Cassadatju,
_itu ted ltv<' Hill. i ; t ." !!' .I: .::.h..ul vv.! -r! f.O':1 t' -
-.o'lthof I ton.i : m ti.e great oaks and *s'ati-: !> .O.COS.eS.e9S.e...S.Q1 .o a spiritualistic camp-around; is situated f'L.-\.
May on t---.a: ti-a] : t.f f'.ov.; T::,' tt-.s it ? ..
\ t li" Ihtytonn- ..w HOUSES p.i.ui.: ;., and surely :you will join i.-i: S S I: i'I!' \M'I F'f.\. near Lake Keleu and at this -
: Dr. SAMUEL M. LONGDENTIST : a : 1,1"1-: "how \\i. a 1..i[<1'th.
Ssnyrna ttanl'ir- l't'!! ch.>;an and say that: this .-; a place several hundred people make
... ... ... -: t..; .>.t'!i.e. : I --
.. rondo t h.- .11. world uender for winter headquarters. A laige lumber '
fred Cllmmic beauty. i roiij1tii's"jDsLtND
btKkway\:: of th. Ki: -t ;i K'tlnt'g: i gof,. fn-iii a _'.hO'St': : G. W. Fisher mill and the largest brick plant in

{'oast. The tow II I I- Owner and Manager I I Surpasing Beauty of Our Cottage : One Door North (II New :Merchants : I 1'0'I' lIl!> u a 2Iehcr5sltt! \P". am! I[ DrugCo. L the South are located at Lake Helen. n.\o
Ikat.4onhtI.- \\1:1 1.1fr.x :I-
I Homes. : Bank i'Jl! l d. 4 11-3 of spf d from a canter ;,
Kiver, 1111.1 l I' Dru s, Stationery ,
connected with th... SS.4I S.Si ................... to .I 'wo-nule-a-uiHiutt' tl.p. Yen w:illPItJLbY CITY CiothingFurnishingsj
: PORT ORANGE No one of Daytona's attractions, Huylcr's CandiesIKodaks ;
I ---- -
pentndula oppo-.lt) ! catch thep:rit, wttyo: :. i i ido The principal attraction around
r ,. .
perhaps; commands more nearly uni- !A '!. "' '!' Cigars
by a brld t' the roads: :; and the beach .ir.' >ours Oranjjc City is the handsome Shoes
The town Iwi.II BEACH[ ersal! attention and praise than does (I'KI.XNKI: .\. many __J
i The Manhattan Cafe Tile r'loritla! sunshne .:. fretlu, j jtM.liiy golden orange groves. The town is
Jail out anti has the an-stic cottages. The of c.
owners "
many pretty IKHIU.... Lots for Sale. these : for ladies and t ('t'f'an breezes are frt" -. tnb'rts '-: 'I supplied with water said to be the ..
charming villas hail from gentlemen. 'C'tso
A Urge nuniU-r of Liberal Terms every&orit&r '! : arid squirrels and l fioist'art'! : A. H. TODAIL[ purest in the world another attrac-

tourists and wlntTresidents Allowed for d the country and they bring Regular Dinner 11 to 1:30: Daily. ':', -'. t.-e: sparkling fouuta: water i? tion to visitors.. It is at Orange City I J- I
make Port their own architectural plans and i Short Orders. Box Lunches. ..
IMPROVEMENTSOcean ; 'r. t'.nd jou will have to yi down i ii.Ma The that
passengers over the Florida East :
On,ng,,winter lad buiLd upon them and. as the arrhicturt i Everything fresh. ii i
quarters vnt' of tinwreral FISHING or River '*:' ; of one section of the country Special Attention Shown to Ladies. :- t: vc'iiwallet only for! ci'.n for Leading Oast Ry. transfer:: to carriages and .11I
attr.i -ti i..nil oiito: and bed and board anve to Dcl ond. The '
t'oniu'nt to.\UtO- I differs from the architecture of another THE MANHTTAN CAFE GROCER town is surrounded -
*lnij the f\i-' HentC'hlng. 1I10101-! I Itnf: loursiuliL Tins! fanciful all: by laad --
:: s io i-ict'ir-: ': is peculiarly adapted
IUiIte.: so do our homes differ 38 South
in Beach Street !' PF.J. \X!'. P"L.S.
hfiv. I It Ls drawing other .ands to the cultivation of citrus j I'LIiL
I ttn'U fruits.
.\ fchort tlUtanoew \111'| to outward appearance and structuralbeauty ; . .. .. ... ... .. ... a- -a. <
U'M. C HOW S !\. \!>! .!-.! .h !\ .! .\. !. iud 1'o'd _ _____ :ta\; \
...t yt Port orangeBt from one another. There art v.i! :: iht-m entlirailed, .t wj l IiI h c;.

t '' th. re,,,..tii* 01 Pat t.1':"i. ,.. 1':. no monotonous rows of strikingly ................. L '. I''II :.11.j hci.;id \t"'i I' ':..\:, alid >"l' *.............. ............ .. .............t.....,......... -
-bo old Ilunla\\tOil ......... - - - - - - - - .
- similar builJ s but the eye, as it .. "' ..

thiS sugar 1'1 mill,..It..1 a \'r pl.i>>< I rit; ;: s.wt00by i is treated to a kale.do-: : When You Are Looking for : 'O
Orange "From the Grove to the Table"INDIAN J THE DAILY NEWS !
-yenr: l>y huiulnUoftourists. scopic change which keeps the maidoudiiug : Some One to Do : *

I>u.- tttn.I OYSTER[ CO. \\ "What next: ?" I RIVER GRAPEFRUIT :

nil the('ountry wt I'. l''I'OST It n no* only the exterior of maii,' AND ORANGES : ..
of l-ortOrium-- liro\\. r 1n.1 I',',,', r .
ronndlnn!: the old of th'i homes which rivets attei. I Electrical Work i Gron on the Halifax./ ) *

ni.ll was a vat Indi30 OYSTE andCLAMS tion; wi'b.c they are models of ion. The f.'lest. quality of fruit for sale Gives Away to _some_.!three persons!! whose J

and Mitzar .'niitpLintitttoii.TtittuutU- ; \i\enit-n, and the : 11 !boxes t IT" j
I Pt. 0....ii. It,,\tnnat finishing and furn- sm'j.e' : or car lots. Special names were mentioned in the :
!I Iuns ighing jive evidence of the elegoiu-e PHONE 14. : attention, paid. to filling orders. *I

I o|>in eratd tho..e" i\'arU tenslvely Itc.Ia1: C. HOWES and cultivation of those who workedit MUNROE & STEVENS t Eve r y Day previous day's paper _. :

dux's hut has U-rn la aU out. Indeed il is the interior iFORLAW GROWERS: AND SHIPPERS. .

dUuxfor forty or Estate arrangement and artistic furnish.nn: : .

nny years.! Insurance and ans.dins! more than the exter.orappear Office :Next to the Ridgewcod Hotel. t Four Tickets to the Crystal I

.\ \ery interesting THE ELECTRICIAN. .
ace:: that gives :
a surpassing: ; .
Theatre and Merchandise .
drivt- from
u\loii"ila a :
:?; .
OT.'l uue
; l>y ocean l. i..It charm to Daytona homes. This feature I: Best Prices Best Work t ........... ......... .........'. ........... .. a
to th.. a|>|'"''''.-i <>lt Fort Ur.lnl/e.: 1"Ia. justly merits prominence aj au-! : NORTH BEACH STREET : - Order for 25 cents on some *

h.- Port ttr.' n- C'thl' bODl1er.Streets GITTENS & MESSING :

t.r:14u: '. 11'.ru... I'',. ........ ..................ul5I5USa.I.I5I5ISIII.ISI ... ' local store. : : : : : : *

J l.rM :.' a nit t ''I. nJitssnig I ana Pavements the Most .
: ,
thronei! IItrtnrtttt h. S. 6. .\tRT1I\ I and \ Fresh FishNj : .
..tnt l'. :: McDonald's Boat Yard : Clams : ..
' 'TD
C ? I
Port ,*run>:;;.' to 1 h. (GnraIcrchandjse Why thq Architect of the U111 t''St' :U Lstablisbed 1903 5 .. I

a lor"rule tej" of old I th. t.gar'. !. ,' chose to give: Daytona the most uamlrabl :: CHAS. M. MCDONALD, Proprietor =; I and Rose Bay Oysters : Watch for them---your name maybe j

iniil. returnhu' itS < the roost picturesque natural I: Railways. Boats B uh. Repaired : Market en South Beach Street :

S 11i'ton.a" tb. roo .,. I\.rt Or..ntee. 11.. setting of all the cities of the South :I I and Housed.: N ; Phone 5 Prompt Delivery : next. :

on tht mainland. 'l U not revested, but that such is a l :N S !

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t', Was the Original Dress of th* : Girl Tells How a Blotchy Skin Was

Scottish Hign'ander.' Clearsed Ey S r Wssh.
a ple
t of IOXD March 15-%.rs. Barber I SMYRNA is situated fif
natp, Mrs.Vatson, who hate been The original dress of the Highlanderwas "I was :aehai3 01 my fire: ," writes HOWEAND NEW miles south of Daytona ORANGES I
STfTSON' 1 I the belted: plaid. !?..-. was a (piece : Miss Minn.e: Pi.'kard of Altamahaw I and is an ideal spot reached If you want the !
tot ., 1j j in the Barker cottage for of tartan cloth two yards: broad: anj! '' N C "It! was: ail l full of pimples: I and I from Daytona by a hard surface:: road very best Orange
lat- UNIVERSITY winter, returned to their home CURRIERFLORIDA of the most apply lit
four long, which was drawn around i bears but after using: ODD, Prescription I winding through one pic-
au Vermont this week. They are so the waist In i tnresque parts of Florida. Point Grove I
DELAND, FLA nicely adjusted folds and I ran say that now there is backto ,
Four Uout'g and pleased with Florida: especial'! buckled i With its ancient ruins dating fortheRedlandln I
6 tightly with a belt The lower ro sit n of that '%ema. and that was
Tt't'hnlcal when the of man
a time history
Ftchoole. dian RlverOrsngethe
B. ,Equipment C'Ol t. they have promised to come part came down to the knees: In mink i thre years ao"D LANDS runneth not, interlaced with wiresof best la tE
lead. Endowment nearly sniooxl.) iJ I early next sea.::-on. the same manner ns the modern kilt D. D. has become so famous as the:: modern telegraph and telephone !state
tlaoouo, N1 I-W: IYR.\\ '
the Faculty of 4Y Pro- Uncle Sam of Daytona brought I while the upper (part was drawn upland a cur and Instant relief ia Eczema FLORIDAM. its miles of shell streets as Grove situated Urn
st in .f..sou _and In- a goodly number of people Sun I adjusted to the left shoulder so and all other serious skin diseases, hard and smooth as a floor and over- I' from the Daytona Daytona ca.
Chrhtta .
IbructOrl J'lont4rlkn, afternoon to the Hotel Ormond that the right arm might be perfectly that Its value Is sometimes overlookedin arched by hoary forest giants that Smyrna Road.
wII Teaching I free. This the clearing rash, pimples, blackheads Resident Aeot grew in stately grandeur during the Prices Moderate
upper part was plaid up -
For Information, o again in the evening to listen to lapse of bygone centuries New
Town and j j
address: excellent which was used as a towering/ for the and all other minor forms of FERD
tY of Lincoln lJulte'i I finest music played bj one of I shoulders and body In wet either, kin Impurities Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNProprietor

ac Ph.. D.Ll..Lite.i J..' \ I orchestrrs in the etat and when> the use of both arms was The fact is. that while D. D D. Is Property and rest
D. kindnes3 of the
and Pre'eidPn, manager J. D. required It was fastened across< the so penetrating that it strikes to the All nature here is very inviting to EiJI

dow of the hotel. Is entirely appre- breast with a brooch often curiously I very root of Eczema or any other seri- the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here

rep. by all. enriched A brooch was also used to ous trouble the soothing Oil of Winter> too is to be found the best fishing and '
R. S 5. MAuI
ding, J. W. PfRKINS large houseboat of A. Lewis of fasten the plaid on the left shoulder green Thymol and other Ingredients hunting in the state of Florida. |
than Augustine passed down the m- To attire himself! In the belted plaid are so carefully compounded there Is
t this week stopping: at the hotel required on the (pirt: of the Highlanderno I no wash for the skin made that nn General The people are thrifty, the busi- j
Attorney andCounsellor compare with this great household ness men enterprising, and all unite I
over Sunday, where jour cor small amount of dexterity. The Hardwareand
r the I remedy for every kind of skin troubleD the welcome:: hand of I k
met the geniel owner usual 1 way was to lay: It on the floor in extending
over U and after the D. D Is pleasant to use. perfectly hospitality to strangers. There are
certainly a gentleman! of the carefully: arranging
at Law harmless to the most delicate skin, Builder's I
one I, school with a kind welcome and folds to lie d' wn upon it and then five church edifices for white people I

with j pleasant smile for old friends. burke! It on. The' lower end was fastened and absolutely reliable A 25centbottle Supplies, and an equal number for the colored I
will !
gtv positive of
/ you proof
ntlay 1 nt the right: hip The utility of the town has an excel
win PrILCtlee Inne D Knox is rushing the oranges the wonderful effectiveness: of this Furniture population; I
of State and bj the carload His lighter, such a dress In the highlands; Is obvious great remedy and lent high school. a splendid public t i Ii
dings FederalCourts !i;, for the plaid: rendered the man
Ue. is making three and four triis l The Atwood PharmacyW. library, aad up-to-date:: bnsiness r
I Indifferent to storms and prepared to UndertakingNew I
week from :Mound\ Gro\e M. Hankins houses.
a n'sht' in the air In themost
pas open
atout K. II Arnold. son, Frederick. number of :
: > In '!'einent weather while the SmyrnaTHE There:: are any pretty .' f
rat DELAND: FLA ., I daughter, Adelaide, of \Vet loose u:ider. :irm:'ut enabled him t<. -- ,- homes for the permanent population, I t

five I I Conn., who hate benu.>it, wade rivers ur is.I ,.,nil mount:iin with Trouble teaches men how much which numbers close to 2,000. and ,

r onf ; iI'C the East Coast as far as 1'd'ni! I 1,I equal eive' It teas:i thus peculhrh there I N in manhood.-Beecher' some very fine winter residences 51 A IE BANK
the 'YRIGHTINSURANCE :\ I! are now stopping at the adapted to t'le w irrior. fie hunter and OCEAN HOUSEF. S{ There are good hotels and boarding nil'

I Seabreeze, for a few da*'s. the :shti>btrd.-London Mail houses where you can find accommodations

S arcnand i )' will visit! \\'. A. Burr, who u> a FALL HEALING ; W.SAMS to meet your requirements. I NEW SMYRNA S

AGENCY : : 5n! soon. They think Ormoud is Something( to Interest Him. Pit, ''PRIET'IR: Adjoining New Smyrna is as hue a I JOH HAMMOND, .
over j of the prettiest place on the It was the evening! when her weekly I section of vegetable land as can be Pn'siant
caller plwjjs L. ide his : Rates: GEO. L. BRANNING
I Coast : : DR. DAVIS Panthera ist
Pe; -- 9 found anywhere. This land has been i'u>hl.rTransacts
\' to that "I wish I hid sii nothing new and in- i $3.00
are hear Tom Day
IIs, I sorry j i PENINSULA DRIVES per divided into small farms which can
DeLand Florida tcrtalnlns; to show: him said the: giri a
'escnty. ;; ; ; ) automobile is out of coin to her moth'!!"r. : ,'''::1.\i I H HI," ,! ,uth. .! or f \\ ,'I I.t.! i r't Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Someof i
; ; \ some of the tubts uthe \ti/r. a General
finest in the stateis I
Week ( the celery grown
"If jotid only> iiuntlomil In time.
eats OLDESTLAROEST i : .1 j !ler having given out. Tom will I' aid her futlur. "I'd have brought: i i DAYTONA,, , BEACH -,. FLORIDA, i .K:xi.,II.'lit Hunting raised on this land. All other nge-I Banking
be l.:1: I.rr k l.nnll.ound.la Business
the road I rnp% .
s, anighta ; on again: as a new home fray iount Look with the dry .'_III.\ ..11.,: ""it !. ,-,." Th for... .. unit 1-.11111:; tables grow in abundance and here
I is on the road by expreeo from I riM-ds millinery: statlonorj' and con UNI', II," .I 1'1'i t. tI.... \I., -.j, .... O..t. N..:w t+MY RNAFI.ORII'v too. is the home of the famous Indian IlPer: Cent. Interest. t
OIIot"I\, l M l.n: titall1 tI..tl."I.: 'ii Time Deposit
Stanley WOI'JuIr.:\ Sawyer I U ft't.th.Ilt'rJ Mils for the last three ... I I f
weed 1,11": 1 :"'littn ; 1010111' I Ir. Th t..n'" River oranges.
., ., ....
and ..
BEST a careful driver he is always m mouths all ittmlzed and alamed. I'll r .ollt.! Tl" 'at in nl nt ?ttl
lying :. .nit S t t
:''; venture to sty that would entertain L: .J
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that i Peggj L. took a jolly part of him"-louth's! Companion .
y For Florida --- - -
mum.Meth.. younger peopV! on a moonlight ...................................4..............4
FARMS t down the ricer Moidani ;ht, The First Anthracite Coal. I .........................;
f. \\'hen the first two tons!! of imthra I
: ; at Seabreeze aft'\\ him:8
Pus. GROVES cite coal taken Into : R. H. McDONALD. : :
were Philadelphia- Co.
f !I: The
Zapf ;
tics, TIMBER or i i: 16 In American History. In 1803 the good eople> of that dry .* MEATS .* Joseph
etho' TRUCK I so the records state, "tried to burn .

-JameH Madison, fourth prod| the stun, but at length' disgusted, they : Florida and Western : t JACKSONVILLE. FLA. M _
ten LAND deut, born, died l Cl( broke It up and made a walk of It" | .
Head for Bargain !-Ihe United States Military send Fourteen later Colonel George i i reliable : :
years liquor
and most
: : called the
hfeh Sheet: toished .; I I The. Choicest Steaks and I Is justly) largest
emy at West' Point founded bj tlet Shoemaker solJ eight or ten wagon: ; : ':t
THE GOULD. I IJ of congress. loads of It In the same city but warrants I I : The Primest Roasts :* house in Florida. Sole distributors for Iii
most Walter Quinton Gresham. soldier Issued for his arrest ., ..
were soon .
: T'I"VIt'III"I us w'nt! you want' 1a1l.1"I *
pub. ?WOOTTEN[ CO : and Jurist born; died 1KC! for taking money' under false pretenses J will" ...nl., .':t\or to .a that: you !sjft It. : I: Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer |
r -Helicon Hall the home of UitonSinclair's [ I + PtlUllf. KZ; :
t called to theDEPARTMENT.
Land ro-operathe lolunv at Special attention is
I .
IIF.I.-\sn, 'LA, .
11ttl. f !If Englewood. N: J.. bu"uMlASTRONOMICAL Canine Rudders. J POULTRY J MAIL ORDER J
The dog," said the scientific: gentleman ' s.y

many :\ EVENTS. "sOWl'tlml'S' l'l'rs himself with ** T '" &rt:i,'r 'ou: 10-11\I \'UUronJ'r tli.. .. .
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f the:: THE f : :\ I ." be furnished. i
his tnU : : Price lists cheerfully
( noon today to noon tomorrow.) : h l tt"i rI!i llll" \o i :11\' of ttin,
ds to "Uses It his .. .
GORDON sets ti: storic : bark, does he*" asked the I lrresj onslHU ....................... ...
12 hours; moon rises:: 7.59: p m I hiimii-Ut .................. ........

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south 1 nf1 f { e ,IRA !t r rt 11 nn t1 r ?i n R(1t1( V
and DeLand

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dud road five Maxwell ing RunaboutsArthur AG Cars BNT FoR Tour-and t S J ThE GREATEST 01 PAINTS

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e.a..eoe.e....eae............... oes .... THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS r Peninsula Variety | .. ..... .

Published every evening 1 to except April 1.f Ji by a- Store ;; :: WE SELL i I -3 : H <
lay, from December
Anthony RPOrothers : .
!! CO. FLA. :

Iii IiiI T. E.THE FITZGERALD Editor.C. ; Kx.-:: --ptlona! Mnn* in.-}.--.a'.ln !;\ i iValue J I':: Automobile accessories lubricating of oils all on kinds.the market.The best kinds of $: ...

S, HARRIS. City Editor. Enamel Ware J! ;:.. : ..

CLOTHING HARRY L. ROOD, Adv. Manager China : ----- .
i Japanese : .
I G "). F CROUCH. Superintendent : L.
I Laces i ii WE REPAIR i .
second: class matter I
Entered as 0

I December 1, 1910, at the poatofficeat i i..' .Automobiles of all makes and in any condition. : 0. Greatly Enl

Daytona: Florida, under Act of Opposite Webster's Grocery Store' ',;. .. SidJ;I.humw
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March 3, 1879. 1 i Seabreeze Ave. I .

SHOES I -- -- !!, .i Central Auto Garage. i ..
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AT ( Daytona Ormond Titusville, Daytona, Florida i1STORES .4>4>4>4>.>.*>*4>.WWWWWV>>*4> >>>4> 01 A

( palm Beach w Paia Beach. I : Complete Machine Shop J ;.......................................e....1.1....... : .....
....................""............................. : [Clarendon I d 6 Garage g [to REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS BY : '' -. -----

..................................................... .. A COMPETENT- MACHINIST.- v. I....e.o....a.....ooe..OOO"ooe.elo ..o.....eep Z.........

| By Rail and River. I .* AUTOMOBILES OPPOSITE HOTEL FOR CLARENDON.RENT. SEABREEZE.t;7*; XX2"!:, :;/ FLA.,.*+all, **. .-v t*. j jt ji :''I What's the I 0e. T:

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I ATLANTIC- -- COAST LINE.Best ill'iiiiiriliriiirrurnsrrsrrwnrnnWiirYiiinl I: 1. OWNER Of SEWER LOCATED I. Useof 0o

l time a'I'I'Ii Alldeselected
spending your sweating over
Service to the East R, hot stove these hot days trying to : frj
'/ .I.II.I.I.I.II.I.I.In.I'.I!'. !.'ol!!!!.'!!I H , .
Leave Jacksonville 7-Oa.iii.! i done
Palmetto Limited. Arrive Savannah: ; ... :::::::::::::ll Vi a.m.Aunuxta sungttjs : i the family ironing on time : help used
\ winter visitor to hayt.tmi ACTION :
.. . .. tt.Aip.in. > CITY TAKES DRASTIC ;
DAILY. Carrying through Coaches :: rhari-ston: : ::::::: :: 4j7! p.m.: : : it would be a good scheme for .I! I you can buy an I : with all th|

Jt1.etric-Liht Pullman Drawing Room ;!! .. wLhinJuoni'\ ::: : ".'.'.'..'.:: .:: *!< :'.":! the city! to f'x; : up the sir i ; H'lliiisr! AND PIPE IS EXTENDED OUT finest Che]
. .. . . i ij :
Jacksonville to P-lIlttlll'.r.' Ntea.nt.w',1'hllxdrl11hla..I1.Su.n1. of streets at all street cornens -
Cars. .. the
.. .. . ; I I : SummerConceci
New York. N>w.York. .. ... ... 1 ;xlput. Pi> that strangers will have less !

trouble in finding locations and wi.l! HALIFAX.The i :.e.....
New York and Florida Special. ally Kxcept Sunday.! No.yDPecrptlon
L-nve Jai-kxonvlUf........ ........ .... l.tnp.m. not have to spend so much time and i I II I
) of this pipulur train dt' Lux Huvannah ............. ....... S.w'' p.m. I efforts: to locate the owntr c>:: {
t This train consists of Pullman l>rawln .. C..ll..rlt'toton.....,,.. ..,.,,..,..... .:!. p.m. be caused so much trouble running::
Boom Htat Koom.,I HUeplng.hat Illnlng-J by and ste"LifentrjOtHKrvatlon m.- Arrlvr.. Klrhinond.. .................... ..I ,a.m. around making inquiries at to streets i the sewer which empties: into the 1 ..111111.1 I
cars \\'It..hl nuton .......... ..........Iu3ta.lu.tQD1pp :! .
dwlthth'nrwhlK-.prrtrnr.ala l t Hrctrlottr t .. Baltimore ........ ..... ..........11S7 a.m. and numbers. This matter it was 'j Halifax river just south of the South i 1 1I T
It brilliantly lighted throughout!: by I .
Vest 1 d -I1 l.Wi'iii.N I
for each would be included in the
tpvclal Ill hts being provided >w Yt' hl..R. promised j bridge have been successful and the 1 1I .
t berth affording perfect comfort In writing k ...ta.,\ork..th ..\\*-.. Sid k..._ 8.S+t p.m. new ordinance which was to have .
or lor reading at night. ply i emptying pipe will be extended cm j l .
lavr Jacksonville ............. V.lSn.m. been presented to the city council at .
Florida and West Indian Limited. / Arrlvf, K. vann h.... .. ..........,.. I.ol p.m. its meeting this week but which was I. into deep water immediately.When I III I ..
Augusta p.m.
DAILY. Carrying& Through Coaches, i .. Churlfston::':::::::::: : : 6.44p.m.Richmond : : :. not// presented.\ I the unsanitary condition ]! : .
. .... ....... .. .
I :: 6.10a.m. >* : These the Standard Irons and
Electric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room !' Washington.... .. . .. !8.4ia.m.' ( II was called to the .attention of the j jcity II are Laundry are .
; Cars Dining Cars. Jacksonville I' .. Baltimore . ......... .. .1CI.loa.m.( The Gossiper hasn't the egotiticalspirit I .
Sleeping & W. PhlluUrlphla.. .. .....12.2Sp. n* : authorities the officer were I I for sale by .
to New York N-w York! . ... ... ... .. J.Jf.lp.m: of some newspaper men, who!t t .
j unable to. find out who owns the sew | : .
are always "tooting their own horn, :I
Coast Line Florida Mail. I 'ave Jacksonville ...... ..... . 7.."'') p. n.Arrive 1 compel them to comply with I ..
Kavannah.. . .. . ... .1 lid"a.:! n. and blowing about the power of the er to II I .
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches t "" 'hltrl..tolOn... . . ... . .von; 11.11I.and press and their own newspaper: in I the city ordinance by extending the1 I :I The Schantz Electric Ice N

Electric-Lighted Drawing Room |, .. w! bleeping Cars. Jacksonville to New York H lIt!mort.. ... .... iliiajii. I influence : (in Bench
News has -
saying the Daily : S UJt'
Meal I't8t1on04. I ".. W. 1'Mladt-lphla. .. J1-1-' | claimed ownership the city decidedthe I .
9topeat ( . . .. .. .. .. .. It
****' lork *.w .m. in this city and vk-iuity, and t and Water Co. SarT
kcal! Sleeper J.ck onvIlle to Savannah. ,
I the-
dose .
best \\a8.1> to up t
points with just pride to the large tt t I I .
Best Trains to the West. I
automobiles, which i
j number of appeared sewer. t.......a............................................. SI.I.II.II .i
|I on the beach Wednesday ; It has been learned the sewer
)00.17. South AUntie Limited I No. o. : 8%uud &I> I Montgomery Route i7 and'I.i :1 afternoon in rt't\l'onst'' to the invita- originally belonged to ,the City Hoel:
!---I---: i it'on! issued through the IMaly! News .I.I....I
8.1C>fpn/ 1.v..Jack.ontlilt., .Ar: ".15..... I I.ri5pntil.c .Inck.nntn.......'\r is=am and that all connections w.enIIa.tI (........ .......................................4. .
1.II.mr.. . .. Atlanta' . Lvln.2.m. put I M.s'uttl.Ir' )"'ntto\ll..r I.v ".m put I Tuesday evening. The pan: to haveth for by the property Q..nt'u.rrall't.- I
.opmr ..I.t.Ut-III.. .. .., 1'1.1111111' 12.N! = put ,jAr Birllllll..hlUII I.' :t,.Wean I parade on the beach came up suddenly uieuts have now be:'n made by tii"!. : 0N
1.06.11Ir.. 11..1 III lilt 1..1101. Lvl' .1111111I ...jjll.m Ar S..h\tlIt. 1.\ tsy.Sam! : :
8.66 pmr.. .C'lnt"lllllllti 1.1! ". 111111 .1.11111111 \r Ftaua'il: !I.. I.y ::1.II'Km I and th'-re was le l '3 than :24 owners ot all houses having wren.! <' 1 I Trains I
.10Iun Ar.'hlcago..Lv"Vslpm ,,1. 1I Hill \r "-t. I..oul.. . 1.\ lalupuat& > Magnificent .
hours lime to make prepar: tons> fo: tilt for tli"'
.:;"ltlU JAr 1'hie+wu..l.v t\I1:! pm tone with : sewer to pay I Io'k .
: I the: moving picture film, vhU-h:. it isfXptrtiMi \% of 'xt'ldn: ; the !mpt\iiii,! ; ;:- l p+ i I' : 4 4 .

.Io. ... Dixie; Flyer Route" s.. t4.. S., i. I = Seminole Limited ; S D. ... I will do much to adv'rtisf into: dfrp wattr. I. "Florida Limited" : r-

I I this c.ty and vicinity, but the iiuiti-; : "Southern's Southeastern Limited" f fi : Ik

.. rla: ,'Xt-nded through! the New I .
. ; Daily
\II1t. \r"ulI1 ". \1II'1. ; L
s.75 plll L1 Jack; -CI : +! \ Jllc.n\II'. : '" A. .1')1111'; I END OF THE PLAYING t "Jacksonville Atlanta Special" : "+
lO.6pm .\r.\1'H.\ero? .J.\ !.IHIIIII' I 11I..II.m, \r \\.r.. ... 1.\ :41.' '',111Iuimn I to all automobile owneid and i : .
4r.\tlanta Lt.i'pin :!.:I'ICIII .\1'I""im I.\ i"aanl: I IN TENNIS TOURNAMENT : .
8.45pu 1r..Ecan.tiII.; . Ly1&.i!, .; I"II I!.: ,11111r BlrIHI.halll In. ..111 ,.... to ai'iK-.ir on the beach! : ft-r the 11- "Florida Special"SOUTHERNRAILW'Y t vpISIS'S'
'.48 \r.. . I'hl, ago Lt V ".. ..1:' runr . ,'lur/.v, In t
ant II'III m..0 pnl7ril
.01 .\r.. .... $1.LOUt.\ 1.\': ".:i.'i 1.111 i, I ..:! au1r "-.t. Lou: ,, 1.\ I1lllptl I rode a.\' ,, so >g.-nera'ly; a.-'-eit'd& that Tiuteiiir.i! toiirn ihi.-ii. whx: !: It. > 4 I 111 ..

-- -- ,I i it gav splendid evidence: the: Daily Lt'l! II )in pro. re.-t CI:i tin-! coir! .'" < i t .
For Rates, Pullman! Reservations and Information Call on or Write News !.-> pretty generally read in this 4 I .
t.:>- Df-iilaud hotel sill'e :lastv. -rlc: .
A. W. FRITOT. Division Pass. Agt. W. D. STARK Traveling Pass Agt. !: section: of the state. The I people. of : -.c'IIiut: I.K. .

118 WEST BAY STREET . . JACKSONVILLE. FLA. '''Daytona appreciate the Daily! New;" \loda. cuuie: to a c.u eVedu sdaaiu \ .. l I I
with the. fi; -aIs in tin :
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and the Daily Xews appreciates the FLORIDA SPECIAL. SOUTHERN'S SOUTHEASTERN
.-........-..-.-..............- .- .- .- .- .-.- .-.- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- ., .- .- .- .- .- .- .- I patronage of the people o!' ths vie'n- mixed doubles played by Mr. Ann' t West and; Northwest. LIMITED. f r.
-iii.g: and Miss: E. S. Hiker a>;aiis'!! : ..
:ity. Washington, New York and the East.
STEAMER J .Ur. iHuinelly and :Mi:e; :.Mei'tMiKrni.t -.'. : I.\. J.-u-ksonville: ., ..... ;..10 a. m. ___

I Cherokee Tomoka I River QUICK WORK ON SEWER; j .\ : 011;; and Hiker: winning by I Ar :Atlanta .. .. ... . ..o.COp.m. Lv Jacksonville.......... 9.00a.m. i .I.....I
s(:(11"of ft-3 !-<> --6: !*-;. This : Ar Chattanooga..o.3> p. m. Lv Savannah. ............. 1.10 p. m. I
: t"1: : 1 1.I DEEP WATER EXTENSION .\ (Cincinnati .. ............'.00 a. m. Lv Columbia .............. r>.40p. m.Ar .
I II far the beet match of the .
I .1, Editor Dai Xt'ws.-\Iar: h 14. a"L':4."i .wa.s by : Louisville ...... .. ........s.-JOa. m. Ar Washington ...... ..... S.53a. m. .
: DAILY EXCEPT i y ;ouruuifit and the cutUva: > A r Chicago ....... ... ........).2;; p. ru.r Baltimore .............10.02 a. m.Ar I Ir .
SUNDAY. : : p. m.. 1 servedvi'h a S'ibrurnotice watched by a large numli r of inter- : Ar Cleveland" ............. ..3.15 p. m. Philadelphia... ......12.23p.m.: :! .

.1.1 I by the ciy: to have the Unnseaxenue : C'..:..d s{ eeitators. 4 \r Detroit ..... .. .... ......4.00p.m. Ar Xw york... ........... :2.31 p. m. ..

: The largest; fastest and only boat stopping at the sewer outlet into the river In the semi fina's ::11 tinmixed : ..

upper cabin. : ; !reii.red>: or replaced with pipe as pn lout.lt--, :Mr. Tier and MiM onnel\ | : FLORIDA LIMIT ED. JACKSONVILLE-ATLANTA I .
( ; ordinance, which calls for extriiuavy .
2 ty :
4 4I
df'ated' :Mr. IK' -iul
were\ by >.UI- lly ;: West and Northwest. SPECIAL. .
: 'in; : ,-h material to d< ep water. M -,. McCrady b> cr' .... ". 7 ". "-" : -- Between Jacksonville and Atlanta. Steam Mt|
: First-class Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin. t i Y, i, .->r1 eral users of thi. seerAt I V, .I:a' a'uttl tile! . .'.0.; p. III. i N.

1 1i .!r,. !ivqiu-sted' to share th<- expens.iiul I \! Vl lllt.'t i.::.JOa.m. I.v Jacksonville" ... .. .. .. '.">0 p. m.Ar .
&A&.A. _
..... --- --- -- - - - r 11111111111111Steamers AUTOMOBILE 1 .' .' .
absented STALLED {! 1 --MlI '. )) p m .Mnroti.. .. ...4.3.1a.m.
------------- having theouirat wa:
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.! :. !\ \ !:( .3.ip.m.r.tlant" 7.15a.m.1
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V \! \!\!\! !'Ji \! '! -! ! i it. Loth !1':1<: the I noted: [ butt: amt! the THE OCEAN BEACH. : ... .
1 : I : 7 45 a. in.i.30 --- a
i U.S.A.AND ? u .1 ;.II:1\ : have tear flat of pipe ''':. "i. K. .. HI' t'"' ,01 Intl.!! a : !Ildr"lt a. ui. AshetXe. N. C. 1

Louisville '.:.- ground today and comuinc .,. t'l.-l; , : ::1, 1I11J':' .... : I.\r ItiIIringharn: : 12.15 noon I.v Jacksonville... .. .. 9 00 a. in. i U.
: . .. J K ,u,-a: t'it \ .In.!. a. ni. Ar A-ihtville.. . ... 7 OO a. mAr .
i Nashville! the.r;" :\ -iK-s enough: to petiuit it. Thew ;\:': !: I ;' ;'::: ;:,,1 I ,;'. :ii:::1:' t :.I;:, :: I ::1.:tmCuttn'a ; I As: <1'".!"rube l< Springs. .. .*.15 a. a,. Cincinnati; .. . >.UOa. m. S. .. Palmetto i

: Constitution, w o: k \. take but a [fw day to : :. '\ r. K..:',.!' hili tl ", .III !' ... 1 -" rl l. -' ,' ,:,, Uun' :.-ur..t- !' :II--;1 I.t-;::. ;tiIs ,11.111..1: ruurtar-.uul' :"1111111; .I.I.I.Ii .
\-,1,1-f.!.,, >,! a :. :Id, ci 1.1 lalt"I', ti'I .... I: I !h,. ;,r ,I I' .Ir! '" n ,I'rt.n, C.: ...w "' Ines',: :ir-. I I'iun'crlr': ,.-rltr. !
!I Railroad i other owners of sewers needing attention )1.... ... ,. 1 IH, .K-T..I-I'.H'Jo. !.:. : N/11'F.i!, .! I'I.11'.r..I\I'i5'I11'IIi'.F'I.l.. : .: .
are now running betweenDAYTONA il.trta 1 r'l.i! 'F. t. ""in I K- i ttempuule"m1..r.' : !nn.rmaUun.run.11Imte.t with
I would do well to follow the I :-\I! <'r'.Ir! aft.r! I lealue! tI'!, .1I!d11. t R. B. CREAGH. Trav. Pass. Agt.. G. R. PETTIT. D. P. A.. it. i- .. .I.....

I -- I example of Orange avenue and give Killer had a Itowout! .& 1.11 :u&,1.0 t It 111, Hole! Despland Daytona Fla. Jacksonville Fla. N
--- and prompt attention to a very important lasdt'I'ahlt'l: troutI.. i JNO. L. MEEK. A. G. P. A.. Atlanta Ga. i .
:Iii JI'I' ten ; C"uwtht'r a
Montgomery Route.Lv PALM BEACH Mid iiev bsary requirement. I tirt' and when lit' t Wally ,II' , .
! Yours very: truly, I OH................................................. ..
seeded lor M uie I"t'cttiln. Inroiild no:
.. Si'uatcjOceau
Jark'on'ille.C I. .15 pm i .
Lv Itirinineham .. .. ......1:..._.'_.. pm :. ii. C.o' BOIDI. keep the tire inflated. Out :lug Ili ..- It

I Lv Nashville . .. . ... .... 7.55 pin THEATRICAL MAN HERE; delay the tide was i-ouiing in .HH| : are large a I
Leaving Daytona Saturdays and when they rfJH-hwl a p<" in. aim'''it N vice is adrjou
Ar St Louis L. .fc N. ; 40 am I JOHNNY RAY IN TOWN. ) cat
S '; Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. I three quarters of a insetnenth\ / Of iii r-----------, app
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I Johnny Ray, of i iI ......
.. -! one the well-known approach to the PII! t 01'.111::'> 111'111"
) Dixie Flyer Route. ; bound South. j I I theatrical men of the south who has the ear became nettled: ::11 Iltp ,..0:1:

recently r 'linqui*>hed his lease on gaud and t.lor(' j.t HIll!" I.. 1\..... II"' a alt I STEAMER SWAN
I. I Lv Jacksonville .\.('. L. S.:!.') pm ; Leaving Palm Beach Saturdays !l :
tir! Jefferson' theater in St. Augustine a team Of hor+. :.s.'J.: II./ for ,rli.pur11o. ,,. i .1.I.IM .
Lv ...113; and Tuesdays at 9:00 I II :1
Chattanooga: : am : a. m. l ,
.11 Daytona for a visit and stop- ". tttt water h1 1:1: : h.Nty ,.+ .
Ar CLirauo G 47 am ; LENGTH 150 FEET 281 TONS.
t K .. bound North. ,i ni.; at the Prince: George! U. th,' huh,:, t d lilt',wI!I" THE

- 1'1 ",,'. ,. ,., I.. I. With excellent! ;accommodations service, lighted bye'.ectricity I r
I South Atlantic Limited. : Fresh milk,]
S I and capacity for sixty cabin passengers .
i I F. E. C. T I ETA 1 B L I EIV .
Jacksonville, \.1.... S.15 pm : is now being operated betweenDAYTONA

' ,| Lv Knoxville L. A: N..1':0 pm McCOY BROTHERS EFFECT JAMAKY: v. Wtin I I i :. -. IsK MJAmerican I

g Ar I'iiu-innati; S 4o i pm ........I
t : .. "' "1 B .rM.-KK\I.: l.wxNT N..KIII B..i, 1'- It: li,. I'" !'
t brand Hapid: am ; i and I

Louisville: .. S.40 pm t :17 I till :1.1 ': no .
I.\r Seminole Limited a4 :Ii u'" Kv U.
: lnilianaM.[ >li i l.Oo:} am --- ....

Y SOLID\, I 1'1 RAIN 4 .G'{I' .! 1:.I' 111 ap' It 1.. t. ::-.1 !aks.nitk ; .tp 7 .-." .; :' I 'p, :.''' I PALM BEACH I Iu .
:' "''' a ::::ql I l ftp III I KM.+ in. r: I St. .ujlllJthw ': 'C.'i'i'' '.:1', .:. :. .
>f Tlueenr>t-i las? Electric Lighted! i iTnill" Electric Lighted Throughout. I: ::_., :. Wp.V 'l .1 gap IS :.>p I :gyp Orm"n"1' .\ :'1' 11:! .'".t '. a II.'.1. -II'";"., u .
1-: .I.:1; ; :; :,p : 4 'Cp Ii: N!>M II I' l>auona : '', : II ., '.. .. I I II .
: I I : .
p '
lU-rth Light., Dining tars ,, ... .. I 4 <-: :
;, & "' ; ..tl, r 1 = f.:.1.I I 4171', 1hl1\c\ 1: I."" 1 Id' ". .;, : :"'.' ,.... +
r train, la Carte. 1pt5 CEMI 7 i:41 :: -::... ,, 1 12 :tI\t 7.ui. !' ':"t. 1V.1'almlteacb' ;.-. 4 . .. ,, .. .
each a : : "
, x on II ..i I 2 :Ira :" :alia N .nip" L I .Ip,, \\lolm .. :. \.:, ; .. .. .; "n: ,1'. I .
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Louisville I 1 Nashville K. R. 4 This schedule is published as a matter of news to readers cf : diivi{ Intermediate Points through the Picturesque Halifax ...

$> gtiROPO the Daily News and not as an : I Indian River Route. : .M....

I T B. WALKER Fla. Pass. Agt. .f. advertisement ,,:, II a I Leave Daytona Thursdays 8:00 a. m. : I

1 | 113 W Bay St.. Jacksonville Fia.CROCKERY CHICAGO SI. LOUS I Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8:00: a. m.

k ,.,.'.'..... ........... .,.....,... . ............ AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. :1000/ .O.Q.8.> ..;; 0 e..11i1iji0.11'IYe i i ;.......

t ........aa.....I.I.IsI ...... . I '" 1 ... BON LUMBER COMPANY:I ? Q tO I K '1 1ltJ. f\ h1S i AND STATERCcMS" ..

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,: A ,,-: t L-in-' 1'''', .: I .. : . ... .,7. : I. I. 4> Laths. Shingles, r'oonn' ;. Celi.ng: Buck L',me and Cement in Stock 1 : .__ f \'r H'2' hi-ACH: ST! DAY TON I .
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' i'1" ;,1.1 1'.1't., : .. 1.1.-\, . F 'Phone 83. R. MALBY, Manager. : I I I.o" : A.A '
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t. ri: THE DAYTONA GAILY NEWS Page Five t,I Ii.

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... .... HOTEL CLARENDON.The .....................................................
ffi TI T-- I : 4. .

L. i i rr. HOTEL DESPLAND hot wave that has been sw\ epn \: HOTEL CLARENDON :

? over the state has in no way: in- !

The best kinds of : f-fi i Daytona, Florida : I ':fert'dyth; the comfort or plesu: :: e |:: ,. -.." .::... ,;' SEABREEZE :

larketIR : \U IJ] (r.: !the: dwellers: at Ho'el C'arendo' ;:: a FLORIDA :

a t. t NOW OPEN : : For; no matter: how hot the sun: tu-!; \:. .

f .\m : :rtez irrm of: the ocean i& :inI'.LK \';'. o'"- <: I Absolutely :
I ,11 I;: T'cnt I arrvalat: the D s- IY I4 '
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. : ;..:.fd :r.r: .. F C Cakins! Atlanta.! :V.r: .- : and& both days and nit: t.; :a.i ;
t :' >:feet . : Fireproof :
: past the tine fo.a -;I' -1.--
:!u.d! 1LL!: < "- .- [taut. Xew York :.Vrjnr.d :

ir Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad: Piazzas on all : : Mr I!* P H M.t -heil, El:nviJIe.:! X -.e: v::;," i:: by the s -a. <. .

any condition. 0: ti A Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern ai I V. C I C Lincdn: : and wife Taun'OT. 'II : .-.I patros:: of the: Clarendon: ! .1 J Jriving :: + N w Open :

: I :.1...--. Mrs I: Geo W Sprague: lro._ktt'n. '' : yesterday weie Jlr and :.MiWsi > '
.i Convenience. Send for Booklet. : : : Winston, Mh.n: >bpi.H:, Mr ;and <
.M.I.JS Lr.uva.-e: Hayaes. Ja'kso:1\'i'1:?. : Offices. :
i Mrs W II Jaaiison: flab 1 anti J---; :: \
arage. I -- -- Seabreeze. Florida: E. L. POTTER, President
i :abeth Jamison, Xl'as Sydney 1 l'a' > i-i-: <
: Hotel B'ackstone. Chicago
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AdUrt-ss: ATLANTIC HOt ihE. IM.. ,. 1: ., , I Among! threcent arrivals! at thertdzevvood Manager
e Ii Hammer XarrapniiM-tt Kb al|f 1 iaud.N on, Xlifs: E Brown Pit bur?:, lt I r.> <. 1180 Broadway, New York .

..................; i f....................................................: j I : : are .Mr and :Mrs F B iitM : |' Cyrus Mend and ch.'d. DaHl) i. ( I .*..............................s............fi.'*.*e Mr....Foster...e... w

: tie: :!, Boston 1Ii.s.-\!; Thomas Mrs II Derr '. Frankfort, Ky. M I >- -.-- -

........... | storrs Conn. \V D Murray\ and wife. Scateider Miss Cmm n?bam. \\' .J I <141 .... -
..... OH/0/0H1N10/N0 NO NNNNNNNNO ...
i NS j i Murray la, Ms I: Mary E Boahaui. Canniagham.: Frankfort Ky. Mr I; and i i S ; i;; Located.i in the Most Beautiful t < >

I Ie r Kansas City, Ira J Morse and wife,I Mrs W J Wilton and child.: Mrs: C (G i J aoa .1
THE RIDGEWOOD Colorado Spot cn the Halifax River... ... F
Ii Springs, John Maxwell and Mcllvaiu. Misses Mary and GnuMcllvain. : FI
0 wife, Oneida X Y. :' j! JOHN J. McGUIRE Proprietor. I
Sewickley. Pa, XIr and .Mr-I
i Ii I E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. I I II E IIcl: pnry. New Haven. G'H1<<< j. TI7C INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with: Bath. No better in < I

Guire Mitts I : Florida. Table ol the best ol everything in season. Terms as reasonable as I
I Among: the recent arrivals: at The McGuire Toronto fan: i i I
i NOW OPEN. i \\ Umer are: P E Harvey Mrs F E t, ada, Mr and :Mrs 'has W Cock and! J tbe service will permit, given on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No, 112

Harvey Detroit Mich, Waldo C Twist I I child. Short hills X J. 41 ..... ..SOSN...0 d..N.A 3 @OC OO+g.S/N00...... QN

sweating over a I All departments will be managed by white Northern help, i Mrs Mrs C Waldo A Conin C Twist., Westhairpton Meriden: ) Conn L I, i,I An Accommodating Man. J...........S...NN N..S."..N..N N..S...S.....O tit''.0 f

days trying to get I i selected from some of the finest hotels in. the North, and white .. E Gilmartin and daughter, }Ft Wayne "You see," said the old farmer as he a THE BENNETT : I
measured: : out tLe green tomatoes to J
one on time used the house. The Ind. A Cado and family Summit, X
when throughout table will be :
supplied . j
the pr?Kr, "I 1 brought along my spade 41 t AVTO> \. FLORIDA.
J. C S Husaell; and wife1"e.S, : Isabel
: by u''id'nt. but it good thing > Now open' / 'or tin-, t third! "-a-on mult r 1 tin- HU-nil I iiiiiiuip, ; iiu-nt of .\. II. anil K.I :. .
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I all the delicacies of the cooked was : : J ,
with season, and served the ,
by Itus.sell.1I'ti: A Cucii. St Louis! Mo.! ; I.ANK.: : |p niiiri/ > Un-olI ti.-ton.: Tti. J It.: i 'III i.Itr-i-rim- ii. % i> |mrtu-ulur. Til.- .
: I > !h'"IlIr.or.-I., , <., til.l:. . 'nhit- ,uiv-) .1, 1II"'rnh..lI.. :a t-' mail, luMiifllk't .
finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, i did.Wjijrun the madY' iiTmi>-i.|' !r.ml! H ,">.-.11 ion", on i |I..nlon.i' Ixjuli \nci.:,. /Kuli.MH. \ n t'nu'' -. 1'\\011'11- !
I II : '! pot stuck:; in : was J .. .. ,. ,, . I
> inonrt- > :"ii"I:i>i'- llut I wlt i t ) n nt i n month.l \Jlrli. .
[1C IRONIrons I I Late arrivals! at tile City hotel are asked.
Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. : f| Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages, Marblehead, Massachusetts. !
Naa 1-\ .1 :Mayhue.: Jno II Gee :M :M\ John "Oh. IIO)! I was: coming aloe;::: about( J....N..................M....N...S..N......11..0.0
r :. ..tt'NNi NHOH. ..1 NO N..0.NNNNNNN.. I j son J It Lopez A B McLean, Jack-; a mile back.: when I saw a feller inl: .

I _'0 tfonville. II1: ISoley, B F Roe heinr> i{ fiVM. He haJ a cro..ke l stk-t;; in hi:* j....100.....000..0...............-----....-

Savannah, I' H IngaVbe Minneapolis.V : band and :a little boy with other
II i Ii f .I....................................... .............S. \ .F t'wman.rthur; A, IJevCin.: J WThompson ; crooked sticks was: following; him I! THE PROSPECT i

aloiiK. The man was knocking a wooden -
THE PRINCE GEORGE P'o!!, Atlanta. Ca; J J ;
: : I ball. along! the ground.
E Sherman, St Louis, J P Hubbard, j j 109 South Ridgewood Ave.
I : DAYTONA FLORIDA : Washington, I) CV E Me te! Columbus .. 'Hello 11<'110, says I as' 1 stopped. I t 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R R. station and Post-ofIice. I ,
yourself. >
: Hilyard & Holroyd Proprietors : OV, U Hamill Parkersburg, flat doing? : Steam Heat. t
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you J
I .../1-sK: Mr. Foster P. J. DOYLE Proprietor.
o \\ Va, W H Brimmer, Danville Va, j "Holing a ball in the ninth.' < \

: WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL NAY 1st. : Gto A Brown Boston: :MatJ R 'Hard work hain't it?* 0 I9Q9999999999999999999999999O.N.OON...000NN.ON..

and are I : Davis! Orlando, }Fla. I
: Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. : ...NN................ ............................:
) little. I
: Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. : < '
Those who late arrivals! t the I Xothlns r mean: about me. < JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
o Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : Oaks are Mrs A C Miller, Miss L' ".\ ed the spade' climbed <: oKNKK.: lifVM. AND: _H-KAN: HTH. :
White Help in Dinind Room. the tt.'D'eand dug that ninth hole out 4 .
SS :Miller, C A Miller. Buffalo X Y, V ENTIRELY NEW. .
I I till it was as big as a bar', [. :and the < .
Ice Walters } John Miller
: G Freeport X Y,
The PrinceGi-orp-! P1FrIstheonly liimllng In hl i>U na [(Jrto-t.-"qu"tln.[ : 1:1111.: feller laid right down nUll rolled over *j: Albert Bennett Proprietor C. R. Bennett, Manager :
Palm Bench IxmU. PurttculHrg nh pleasure. : and wife. \\' It Keene Xew York I
: and over and lauphed so mui-li be 4 .. .. ,
: A Nu-i K'niifvr" ( Nu-i- I' 0,1| >- Kniiinii! wnt'r. "t-inn !ll'-at l and I HhomIn Kvry: :
I city! J U Murphy and wife, MortonX I couldn't find words to thank lDe.I ."- J
o. : Same Management as THE BRISTOL Asbury Park. N. J. : YV, A Lawrence and wife this: I Rochester Itcinut:rat-Chronide. 4j : 1 Root.VitiT'. HI" r\in Throughout.;: ? ,/1JkMr. foster :
: .fl.lt Mr. Foster : I I Lawrence, Miss Margaret Wade, Jamaica .....................................................

!NO..N..19999.. .............. . .. X Y, J Keyport X J, --- --- - -- ---- - ------ --- I
.....IIS10101.IS...... I 1iSi 0 S iSI Rogers j A Great Cannibal Feast. j ji .
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L..1 Lincoln and wife A E Lincoln i I I'r
......... 10i.isi.i..................: I and wife It L Lincoln Boston, J II on record i i-- one of whkhMiss I'.ea: ; 4: NEW SEASIDE INN H DAYTONA MANWILLER.BEACH. Proprietor FLORIDA :
Ball and wife :Mrs Luella M Woodward I trice f CritiHli-iw; tells in "Th.w: 4Juinea :

l I Taunton Mass, S X Warden, ( I;" "Iii 1C. S :a shipload of rhiua; !::! 4: This new urn) select t.iunU IK'ttl; ha, (list been enlarged and refurnished: :

;:;: ; THE NEW GABLES i J A Warden. )lit. A Warden, :Mt menvais: In-ins[ ; taken down tn An-tra 4I tor tic: scasoa!, 1'+10.11 !ti meet the: ictjimcmcnts: : of its i rowinjj patronage.: .

1,< PY l'lt-a, >ant I'a. G A Dayton and wife, Ilia.I Tse!: vi---I: \JK \\rtikcd. iii-..ti :: \: Fiitnacc Hc.it Hot 1 .,uJ, C.-ki BaMis! Klcctnc: and Gas Lights Call Bells j
reef cl"-, ito ;it '-t-l isl.-uiil. :New'usi; 4
a-4.1 : Tonu\\anda Pa. M D Retlly. Cincinnati. "> ; : Rates 52 50 per Day and Upward. Weekly! Rales on Application :
: - Daytona Fla. I 1 ea.: The -tlluvrs esi-ajM-J in |-->:it">;. liui" 4. i \ ...1. '' I I'! I I II i I'A \111'.1 I :. '. :i". ".lo\; . V I. .
Miss Clara :M Kerns, Ottumwa

: .. ;t J NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY la. Miss: Ann K: llihbard Moline! III.imnr. t!! were never :afterwanl: ht'art.1..f.! \s 4...1.......e.4ee.e..+.... ...........................: '
j LOCATED, EVERY MOD. !! for the Chinamen., ituinlieriiiK; ::'_'';. {t'cI '

: 1'4 .k ERN CONVENIENCE AND : :I native <*ai.unv Cial" v I COMFORT. .. .. .. .. \ ? the re.-e.t! arrivals: at The ',: on a small i>arren inland: where ti-\! <; :

i IllIdt!: Mr and Mrs Junu.I: II had no f I are I "The I Lane I
Steam Heat Throughout : Ivy nIl
: :
ii I ler. WoonstK-ket: S D, Mrs S LBrntw : ; They kept( their prisoners! sup!

i : S. H. MOSELEY : Xlijss He'v/n Brownee, Det.oit ,'', I plied> with f'arl l from the inainlaiul 4 A High GraJe House cateiiag to the most particular! people. Central! location. :
and n-'w :and then carried! l :t 0
ILW'YS M u% 1 y t tosK4 I Prop rietor. W A ('(IX. St _\uunnt'I: : !' awa.r: 53.00 and 54.00 per day 511..0 and higher per week. .
I a few of them t f.at until t i I :ill. lc.it! nin* a
: t Thi, 11 hiau.n'l,,'! !I--!;.11.1, : ..111,111''' Fred lfiiis! !: (Chattaiiot! :
I .. old had l been devoured. This Open November to May.! WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor
f W I' .11., .. N Y.. .luau -IIIIIIIK i >.l.lI man : otn1 J JBuccetnlcd .
Tfiin. Mr .1 A Campbell 11i.s'a.-
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; eventually fretting; :I W.lnnt } | /Ij* Mr. Foster !
fi ...fi..1 k Mr. FosterS : line Campbell, 11iIargartt: ita't'lll'"rt ,, told! smnetliin ..t the will 'hseems <,
SOUTHEASTERN : ('hattanooga, S F Sire, Bo- :; story < NO. ......1osN......0/N..S.. S......................
[LIMITED. i S | 'I to have met with general: tli"J'l'l

lew York and the East .............................................S1.ISIIS ton, Mr! and :Mrs I'.' L :Morton! I'liHa- lief. True it I is however, on the e\i i i. 0.......III rtiNW HOf .........IO.N..Oeo...... +DOSIH

il'-l! 'hia. Mrs G to It Kent MibS :M E I I deuce of the !sons" of those who did. th-

Lille.In . ..... 9.00a.m. i Beret\ Xewark X .I. :Mr and Mrs A F dH,<1." : 1 K-H. PURDY Prop I j |
........ 1.10 p. m. |I Il'o'k'u';; 01.- X Y. Mrs 81PhiladtI.b'a. : Daytona, -- Florida ] [ >,
.. ... S SS
.. 6.40p.m. I
ton . ..... S.53) a. m. I THE HAMILTON : j Diikey. : Mrs C L An- i ithouy. About Imprisonment the middle of For the Debt.List century GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON. '

....... I Miss: C Anthony, Norway ,
e a. m. Grounds, the t delitltlii! .irt. ol the City I
the tower of imprisoning; a debtor j : Surrounded hy Spacious lu most ; \ I
.....12.23 MtMiss :Mary Woodruff.. Mi.s .a
m. .
p. The the best the markets [ford the dining roonaud I
? in every
I S :, for life was taken from the credit- quests receive; ;
Ik ..... :!.31 p. m. New and First Class : i .lane and Mi.-s JuliaV< o-Jruff. : comfort and o.n'Ul.Ih': : : that a well regulated hotel ':..11 otter!! : to the: public.
ntul it til's! one with aiiiareinent: I.>
5 : Orange; ; Conn E II Turner Youngstown :,; think that a system so ridiu!< -i i iehoul.l >. ,...........MN..ee..Goe.a.............
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i O Mr and Mrs Moore and -- ----- -- - -- ----
NVILLE-ATLANTA NS : have! : continued as Ion;: as i itSlid. : -

[SPECIAL. : J ;hd.:! Sharon I'a. Mr and Mrs W B The throe I'rindl':11 debtors'! \, ,- ISISI.II1SISISISISIiSjSISI! .1SIOI.I...1SI.1SUSIS3SIS7I. _
Steam Meat Electric Lights Electric Bells
Icksonville acd Atlanta. : N | Aliti-iu-ll. Korkjx.it! \ :Me. Mr aid: Mrs: (.u" in lnl-1l1d: were the Kind's C"lh"' J j: DAY'IONA., .:\ liaUn.. N nian.t-C' B I

lille .. S.50( in. : Elegant Rooms, with or uithout'liathsMRS. : X' than Coi.s'l!. Mr and Mr; I C Yo the Xlarsh.-iN.-a:, :and t the IWoii.! _:!L. t: Th e Cleveland 1 11IC11, Cciltlillu ,?..',.'. .;iv.d, talk, :: 1 1.u

...4.3J5:!) a.p. m. I I U :an.l 1 1:1: :! : hluttoii.Mr; a
' ..7.-15a.lI1. teville. .- a. MiK: X !liuin'r.: I i Champaign! II'r! 15MH.HJ: .prisoners for debt in Great; I Brit: :I eleitin' : li..:h s Keasi n.Me: 'lati-s. : 3 3IS

SS .u 1 .l i Mrs! ; K: !K; l II !rill: ;, Troy X Y. Hor alit ami: Ireland. The futility ..t' :''I', lOia>OSi.I .IS/SISI.I. ..l4ISC.IS9 it83.RSIS'dOISISI910i1 It
N. C. : : : system wa< quite :as great as ii, L.Ir tl l ,
I. MABBETTE, ProprietorS ..(" U'-mi: '"' ll< ru'e;: Keniinvr'tM 'ItWt33sS3A
jille ..' .OO Imrit -. More than half the pii--n.-r- .3&OO Qlt tCiSS
a. in. ;
I ( tIn Oav't4 Sotkgaelr'iuot / b e'Cf1sOd< t
.1!:', ['rut id| I i.. K I :Mr and Ms I: (:UIt -" w.
.....7 00) u. in. 12 s.'uie of the prisons were kept 1 !. 'I'. 4;
: I: O'Afii.) Kai.as; ; City:I II :S (Go: <.'!.;....II.It. i
I s.00 a. m.iuachvbunilflfgunt Palmetto AvenueM Mr. Foster D.\\ TOFLI: ; I ) :ID.\ uS solely i -ause they could not pay: t'-: !! THE AUSTIN
I I K ks<,lui-i:! Mr at.d. Mrs E F !>UU :- .. i
att" ts. Manx price: >t1i-r. "I'i :
'. II : ................I..e..O..I........ .............. i !i-. Kli.n! I.ce X ('. Mr and Mis C EI tbt'lr'i't rncys :>and Children( with tin-in:,!. J 3

nit.. - - -- - I !I.. t. Mr! ar.d: Mrs .1 W Dlai...... Nor !i iKi OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA FLORIDAG. I =_
11 J \.-KHONVIIK.. : KI.A.niiiiunlLntH =: There was n" inlirllmr -. n" nsiil'nFunre : !I" J 1 .
'' with I : I I'a. :Mr and Mrs E I Itunne::. .. '.. \V. S\VAN.' . '
-::1< and "lath.Iniajlno Propiclor.Electric 1
n n" '"
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PETTIT. D. P. A.. : ear I t'.u p. uteri Francis II Holland! .la- in these days intiinUm .t.::(tart |"er--i-! I: Lights and Call Bills. Steam Heal [Hot and Cold Water. i j.t''
Jacksonville, Fla.i SCHMIDT'S HOTEL iua: '!< a X Y. C Anderson:; Memphis and no lath :and n-" infirmary! W.- , i.s .
Ga. i iGeM. S : i Trim ,.Mr and Mrs F M Barne..s. Gerniaiitnwn have indeed "pr"tfrvss: : .'d." I 1'.lId.01.- S ..N................S..S.S.So... .... a .H.-..i-.. 4, f\'t' I

Schmidt. Proprietor Daytona, Florida : I ; Pa.Ir: and Mis i A J.1I verti er.
............. Henry a
S Situated on the bank of the Halifax River one mile frcm Atlantic : Thompson Elmira X Y. Mr and :Mrs ------.-iN 09s--NNiaN Ih 1611tS. 1
How Far Can You See?
Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms 1.1 M I :McCarthy Camden X .I. :Mr and
the farthest limit to wbih I i.1) [; IINliS.1
\\Tiat Is !
are large, airy, and nearly all have sunny exposure. The cuisine and scrS Mrs I G W Hann iD New York Ui THE PINES I !
: vice is admirable. Rates, $3.00 per day and up. Special: rates:! for t..n'lhn: : 'the human visio.i! can reach: Tower 1'rt'pricrecs. i I
I i Uiyrock.; XI Hurley.! At'ai.t'c: City "The l: and Siuht," 4
\9999999999999999DNS. In his book, 'e tit es i
I on application. N j Mr and Mrs E L )lkhel1, LaI'HrtIIltl tho ability to see the star Alcor.situat. J An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct i ''t.
.1SISISUSISSI.IOSISIISISISI ISSIS 1SU11i Mr and Mrs .1 E (teal and daughter ed at the tail of the Great Bear, as supervision i of the proprietress. 'tI"

I'inriur11rs/; J E Humphrey: :"" the test. Indeed! th,! Arabs call: : it 338 South Ridgewood>; Avenue, DAYTONA, FLORIDA. I

WAN \ I. ll'-ed. Boston! L T toodman, the test star. It I is mst l.'M'\'pti"lIa i : : i Sam'" .. :.....: .. ....1! .1' :tl.e! V. '. M.t', .oha. Ashui: > l'irk: N J i t' ''I' h -
.....................1.ISISISUSIS101SI.ISIS1.1IISISS Muhisran.: 1 : XIrs: W L Hulk-h.! l-a-toll: to be' able to see Jupiter satellites! :
I Iby .. .. ... ...NH.N. ..N OOi 0 iNNNOt""
I'a., "a; WIur.'it': . Uuistow: F1..1::, with the naked ey'. though: one. r tv.o 1.... N. ,1s ; t
113 South Ridgewood Avenue. :
THE MAGNOLIA I'r.nul cases are rec irdi-d. the third !satellitel
.1 I H lUiston.
: Mr and Mrs Emery :
: :; the most distinct i'eruxianare ---- t '
Mrs J F Welch. MLXIar.; .<':>
jrvtcc, lighted aS said: to lie th. l I.nst; : ..i-'bted ra.-.- ..u -
j S Fresh milk, vegetables and Emit on the place. Furnace heat RATES: 52 CO per' : \1'.1 1 J' Ii, tioMnn :Mr and XIrs=: W O earth. IIutulM.ldt r..r.ls a caseti.n' TheVillmer i The OSBORNE !it '

(n passengers day and up; $12.00 per week and up. : 11"IT..IIlI.tOUlalta.; :Mr and :Mgt. W .\ ,. . "
ji : these Indians (ten-fixed a huiuan: ::1'i -' c. ,: .f I A OSKOKNt .JVoj tl

eon jI i I ./loll* Mr. Foster MRS. CELESTE HINKS Proprietress. : S.uii'( / |>. Atl.una.,; E: L Bai.l.iLI. : w.:"-.. ,', tire eighteen) miles :away.: !U-ini a'--' \'n.'r.hk: : K. > n.> i KO"'I'III! :' Modern Couveuien; "e-. ,

S S MiMM'-wi'! l! fi.i i.. Mr. .A C Lovj j";\ to rwMffniz1/ that itva: hunch: a'l: ', Es.ui.i.t:: : 1 .nle SOc 7Sc.: and 'SI 1 (00 f cr dryRate I {
..................................................... I i,." i U'l. !-. \\ II t'1!.. /ii- ::11 i Clad in \xliite. T.Ii.! i i- [pr. --i:"'-y! ;',.- t.J\I.te: I $2.50 to ".00 per week i' .

ndpturesque I Ml; V.-.i.-.i- !, \ V. record f->,1' far sul.t: -.. ,-. Steam Ht.ted Rooms 11 Or.qe Ave I I'i: I ':I 't t
0 [
312 S. :Ptme H o_ ve.. ayl elto. I I I'.

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FLORIDA. a The Oldest Place In Florida ,' .' '. ,
I DAYTONA. Thirty Mile! South of Jacksonville Watering : : t t \UJ

j&| American Plan Always open New Ownership and Management : HOTEL . / -; "t t '
Renovated and Enlarged GoodService: I
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Halifax Management H. C. F. DOHM BATHS : . .. t "'

.... ......... GOLF .. .; . I I'r.-I Mr. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Rollins! Ahi ams. Props, J i I p
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SAMUEL H. GROSER. Manager. .......111o............o1e.1.e11ee1e1 .ee11es1. 11 .
8:00 a. m.
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E t1ONA. Known and Popular. DAYTONA. FLORIDA. : ROCKLEDGE FLORIDA. Hotel Indian River Co.. Prop rj f )I.U.I'U l: l M \ 'I I \11..1'I I ... 1 .1
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V.A WTLKi't'.t :
i $ Overlooking the:Bcautiful Halifax River. 3 i'l'.I.: .-'. ...' :.:': .. .' '. . .\ I./: .1 \\' UII'I.-.IhU: : I K _/1.1ft Koitet KV: IIN: I N( H."I.H.) -*. M'I u

A Homelike and Comtortablc House.! Fir.-.t Class: in all Reject: : : : ." I', r. :: .' :. : \ .1' . .. -' \v.fl: I si I'l' l 01| I'l/l./. sot,.. I I i
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(TATION COMPANY \\ \ '.at: i I. n'I! I h' t' HN'i. i\: r u.uu IIKI.; .. i ". 1.
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i /loll Mr. Foster C. O. CHAMBERLIN. Proprietor : .:r..IIMt.'or -al .," : : --1.. : I ? 11" '
0 S D. L. i W. B. WOOD. MiMers .....o.s..-4S........ dl+a.Maa: WS SSSJ saes 11S O N33 a
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"J'i. , [ I ing a visit from their daughter, Mrs. ha parents on Palmetto avenue.
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: { r-,1, r-Thi;;; tlernck, who arrived la.t week from L. Z. Burdick has fI ORMOND-ON.THE.HALIFAX I r -
.p .,,H/'I' / ;!:( 'f<::5 : completed a.1 : ALB!
f11iIDir"&r-n. fA : :F"' :New; York. $:.000 improvement on Judge Sears'1t ROYAL
; '
((11114 (1t I >UMOND Is 5 milestholDaytona
i',; : )L'IJV! \\... Sea breeze Frank Eeete. who has seat; the recently acquired winter home on the I t ., -- r
winter at the Gillette home let Monday CHRISTIAIIn
t river front, and the family take: PCS- <>d on the west
... ,, w .... Drive'Sfrai
'- News i
=!! : 111. '
-"'- ... '"T' ""=' on his return to Momence, session. this week. The improvement if this Halifax
tIts home town. consisted chiefly of coquina The location

/ EABREEZE and DAYTONA I Mr. Laughlln. of the So:: tag In- stone work and installing a heating t".n'.. .r"lnageand permits M the World's

CHAS. F. BEACH, two enterprising and I DAYTONA t 'i ve&imtnt coapany is coos:de :ng plant. Mrs. Sears and fami.y!: have .r. ct sanitation; !) TOOrmond ditorium A

progressive towns on the Halifax I BEACH 1 SEABREEZE March 16.-Mr. and plans and specifications for a winter been occupying theV.. B. Reed I ti- elevation Is su- Seven Thou

BURGMANTHE Peninsula, are geographicallyone I i Mrs. John BIanchi! are receiving the 'I II home to be but: on his ocean home. The judge hai> been detained I .,.'rb and Ideal for Gospel andSacrifice

although municipalities.incorporated The towns as separate par- PHARMACY j congratulations! of their numerous : front property south of the Country in Chicago by office dunes nifct of will winter homes.. A In |

allel the peninsula north and south friends on the arrival of a grandson." clubhouse the winter but has made several vis-! Ormood bridge with connect and Over tnfJow that drtn" Union

REAL for a distance of from three and one- James F. Dobbin born to their son, Jlr. Frank Bianchi Vance Richmond arrived from Cuba its! with his famL'y during: the season. OnnomX Bt>adr. ('our..... n..1I'at the
ESTATE half to four miles, and extend east ProprietorDAYTONA BEACH and wife in New York city, on the last Thursday on a visit:: to his; Many One homes C'lull 1 ItUl boullt' 11 ",111, -
and west from the surging seas of ,morning of March 14. mother. Mrs E. D. Langwo thy. Mr. :' are maintained On iu.t zeroes now thepMSi
MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything Usually I \V. X. Manchester of l"actoryvUe.: : .'Ither side of the at BRKTTO?t'l isjf[
River the beautiful tide water Carried In a Store First Mrs John S. Eroneon and friend. Richmond is returning from a trip Pa., has purchased: of \V. C. Canno.s i, ttvt-'l'.m08t of them C'ot'.Exert
FOR stream that sets them apart from Class Miss Sat er. returned the later: pait abroad. He left Park February 21. alo.oa Palmetto avenue south if.the surrounded by subtropical ;

SEABREEZEHUMS Daytona with which they have close Department Our Prescription Com- of last week from a trip to Palm Mr. and Mrs. Langwcrthy are now Middleton home.11'. Poor !:s cleaning flora andshrnbberybeside I

communion by means half-hour of three ferry plete In every Beach. They went down on the U. at their Ocean boulevard home, where the lot up and it i U undets: .ooJ tnaii : CaLL oil
bridges, as as a Respect iw
OPERA BOUSE S. A. and returned remainder of the 'hrlfty orange and OR
service. by rail from their they will spend the i Mr. Manchester wi.l bui.d a wink othvr citrus trait WRITE TOORHOND f
Pit... inSONNTAC Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are 'Phone 193BRANCH pleasant outing. season. Mr. Richmond and Mrs. I liome in time for next season. Mr. trees. (

essentially summer and winter re- The library last week received a I Langworthy's sister: Mrs. Taylor are Manchester is a fine photographer i j Ormoad has many MACONTHORNTON I
sorts and are making hundreds of donation of $5 from Mrs C. B, Fogg with them. Mrs. Taylor lelnext.: i aStesetiooaexcel.I.'aA A 1oR. C.SSt
new friends every year among those I F. J. last week sold I bet
Harpster ;
and five 8rI1tomobillng.
books week
the discomfort new from Mis. S. S. on her return to Cleveland. j
who desire to escape & :g'wst IIsbing. safe America, pullcourses
ing extremes of heat and cold and Pierson both of which gifts are mud. Miss Mildred Randall wi'l entertain !five-acre orange grove at Holly llr.lto
i boating, and
1 I mangy lie ij
INVESTMENTCOMPANY their hotels and boarding housesare NICHOLSONFEED appreciated by the library committee. the 500 club on St. Patrick's Day. Fri :, W. II. Heath, and. a five-acre, marl pltao.&nt crlft8.

now receiving splendid patronage AND LIVERY Just In proportion as Seoabr E'ze-Day. day evening, at her home on Ocean i'i: bed to A. S. Randall., j At Ormood Beach ir IN ANY WAT not afihamcil t. IGif INTERESTED nOmaDS
from of tourists.the most discriminatingclass STABLEAll tona Beach residents show interest: in boulevard. '| The Girls': Library auxiliary had a located llotxl. ; Ormotal the large and IN PROPERTY: IS Let us n>rf

The ocean itself with its marvelous Orders Given the library it will become a home in- Mr. and Mrs. Francis Craig of Indianapolis business meeting at theVilnuns' its leaser sister the ORMONDOR k I ently': With

Desirable beach, hard as macadam and Prompt Attention stitution of which the two towns.may Ind., arrived last week on''! opera house last Thursday afternoon.The Brt-ttoA Inn. The OHMOXD BEACH C of our creeds :J

Locations smooth as a floor, is the greatest attraction Careful Drivers' be proud. : a t"ndas''isit to :Mrs. Burgman and bazaar brought In $116 for library "ornuT occupies a H" Will Give Your They were thj
any part of although earth air and sky FaiulUarwlthUouds. Communion services were hed: at i Mrs. 1'0wHS.'Ir.. Craig was an old and church fund. There were !p<"- ltlon owrlook- !Attention-M Prompt and mothers
entered into combi
seem to have a _
I the LLaUfaL
SeabreezeOffices nation to enhance its every charm the Seabreeze Congregational church :t! friend of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Post. number of articles left over yhichwi.l the:"latter has as its -lJ dletl ruthless'j

The beach is the famous automobilerace .E. A. BRANCHReal lasU' Sabbath, at which service the recent Dr. Henry liahnson. wife and be sold off at an etnly date. !! outlook tbe- mignl.Uunt must apprvat'(It
course where every world's Estate Agent gift from Mr. and Mrs. Walter daughters, Mteues I Louise and Pauline : beach and the ape |
: Evansvllle, I W. A. Baggett KOts to Jackol1'iIItoday S. Ions: ccnturie-
Indiana andHrnbiwzeI"lorlda straight-away record has been made Beach Cot tildes J. Gamble of three dozen individual of WinstoiirSalem. N. C.. are recent hroiul AtLantfc. cARNnTI
or tomorrow on a business tr-p. divided Into toed ;
and all these records it continues to
. a foIpt'clultySELDEN'S glasses and silver tray' were used for arrivals, located ait the Burgman hcme'' Besides the bnw.d, ORMOND, FLA. I
IKwill be i iLryant t'recdathey
hold without rivalr" accompanied by Dr. smooth beach there by
The beach has: a width of 300 to the first time. They arv I prominent residents of this Manufacturer glorieddestroyed
I of Lyerly Ga., who has* been ire mangy drive for Pure
I.Z. BURDICK 500 feet and can be used from two I Monday\ Dr. James was called! to, well-known! college town. Dr. L'ahn- here tor some time. -Lrrluge! and nato- Home.Itbde one]
hours after until two hours before Detroit by a t'tegram containing I IUl"WS son is college: physician of the schcol. moblle around Or- GUAVA JEllfMARMALADES what they t e(
CONTRACTORand high tide thu>> ji.ing{ ; an average of DAYTON BEACH: of the Mr. Brown reports very satisfactory; uiond drlT>
serious illness of his:,: Mr. and -Mrs. Wtl'iam! D. Steers ofSchnectady. 9 to and Now we

Cottages BUILDER a SpeclaltyEsticuttesfurnlehed seven some or eight part of hours each: for day.automobiling Dry Goods Shoes, mother, who had preceded! him home ,I X. Y., who have been progressoa the six alone cottage. through groves ofgolden TROPICAL AND of our creeds]

I Seabreeze and Daytona Beach each Men's Correct :Mrs. James and the rest of the patty located with Mr. and Mrs. J. I.Aber-:; which will be completed and put on''i iI iirl orange; PRESERVES we are willlnj
All Work Ouar- Wear 'sale' by the v s through tropIcal Sped.. AttrwtJoe
antet>d. have a permanent population of ap left Tuesday; morning on their returnnorth crombie the past winter, departed en recent purchasers forf.t3 to HpiinIsh F mlly OrOerWCMB.T to Truth whores
proximately 1SCO. Sanitary ordinances Accost from Messrs.: Xettkton, Brown and Deck-! ruins. ....... knowledge th j
S br eze.Florida The Ho'usldt Inn Tuesday morning for DeLnnJ for several ,. ; drive to AW ?
are stric'ly enforced, streets iaan. Prospective buyers are numerous the ancient CnUSt> Plin--tm..rteaD Es- own. The vi\
:Mrs. T. F. E\erdon had charge cf weeks' visit before returning I oUkm-Bua", ,
: :
and sidewalks are well kept, and I the jufct: at this time. Two of the w'iy built by slaver 5est India Ixposi.: ) quires that wage
program at the Touriss dub home. :
V. new streets are being opened as fast'' 1 t of planters of tton-<''hrleston' The Inc
C. GRANT tong;
as the increasing: population de I' A. VANDE fORD I IContrnctor meeting at the home of :MrA.. S. :Mr. and Mrs. Harding and friends cottages will be completed next week .: :o, and drives to I.out.lana L Punbueopo..tt10DMt.I.oUl.: mand it WIng ,

PLUMBER mands. Besides hotels and boardinghouses for Ilarroun, Friday afternoon. The pro Mr. and Mrs.\ Lewis arrived from Dr. and Mrs.:: Mestnger and tli-- plantations of that the T

V ater, steam uud there is ample cottage I MASON WORK gram as usual, was quite enjoyable.Mrs. Thomasville.! Ga., and are located on :I friends. Dr. and Mr.-. \Voodhouse, left t,, -pltllJle settlers, of which we *\

las KittingPhone modation tor all wiater acco.J 01 All KiudsConeretr : Ronald, Mrs. C..1. Phillies and : Valley street, guests at the Glenwood :' Tuesday morning on tho Cons: .uti-on whose, places arw ivpi.'te the time for

IS5-2u both towns. ('urhingaiddrwalke,,etc'' :Mil Lester gave recitations and : Mr. and :Mrs. Harding are well: knownin for Palm Beach and Miami, expectingto ,.%t of with Hoathern the inter i MOROTORANGES Word has coij

DAYTONA."LtHUIIAPINEHURST RKAOH All the attractiveness of Seabreeze I DAYTONA BEACH: readings. Mtt\ William Holmes read Seabreeze, having spent several cf be gone about a week. fruits and flowers r Are We

I applies to Divtona Beach, the two I' an interesting paper on her stay in seasons here a number of yearn ado; Mr. Perry and family of Illinojs;, One or the moat Interesting Our topic nJ

towns bci.;; :io similarly situated. i I Venice, and Mrs. E\erdon read a paper and at one time considered inventing came up from the south and are occupying of these andCiragefruit pel of which ,
The dcvclr-j.nc.;t of Daytona: : Beach plantations U at th..adwa..rs
: oji "Ut>autirul Old: I..adie ." in peninsula property.The "the faith
has been fully f Griggs house ou Valley of -
is its
phenominal as
I :Miss Callie Minis i it> expected to arrive younger Seabreeze set street. saints 'one !
Drlvu FITZGERALD gave a Halifax and known
sister on tlc north, and each year i i Best Grown
Daytona Beach Saturday from Bonaventure: OIl pleasant surprise: party'rc.lay: evening ,: in Mourultrow. ItUon BaptisniTh ,,11
there is a substantial: growth. The I< Grow on Ht
Modern Oonvenloo- great sand dunes have been leveled a visit: with her sister. Mrs. HomtrU'akefield I to Misses Deli to Dunn and Dorothy I of the tlastor tine Automobile < ateakeCatholic
res. Kiit.aHcasonahle. LAWYERS and family. ManchetAT: Why They Got the- Freedom of the City .in;e;roresoa the Bond 10 Mllej ('hm
1 and handsome! homes have been at the Wetiieibyplare. :
K: North of
Extracts from old iU 'on.Ht of Florid
records, showing others woulrcrttHl
\Irs.! W. ". Freeman built for both winter and Dr. Keater, wife and child left Sunday . Games were played on the HOTEL ORMOXr
Proprietor all-year- Daytona, Fla. how people, had earned the hoi.or Informer k inJ is amUi. verypretty <'"or'\'d l
round on their return to Kingston. X. I lawn and light refreshmen'.s herved. HarroaailtagsMouad
occupancy. days, were read at Canterburyby Beed, Knox an' LIepn.( err
--' Y., after a couple of weeks'stay at :Mr. and :.Mrs. Smith D. Young of ;rove U on
r Alderman Mason when the mayorand : Beed Compatft.'LOW' tare a n<) It:.
i Seabreeze. Dr. Keater: th' DIl"ton.1.1n.t.
came down Lansing. :Mich., who
..ri*******--AAA A*.********* .... ; for the tiurgt'ol\1 are returning ex-mayor were granted the free Augustine road, Po"tofflce I mass! 0'
i o'ean'o 'a e. lie is from their< coffee pantation: in Cuba
dom of the city. One citizen receivedthe git"r': ht
) Promptly executed at I'on the New York Central A: Hudson) Mopped here a short time un then; freedom for "undertaking to- serve I and l !tit t ells'

I J Job b P Printing g :i Rifer railway They were located I way home. They are located at. the as cook, at every mayor's Mlcliaelmas ;tinkle' .re. the i
tme Gazette News Office. :i with Mrand Mrs. Gl'Iette: who-Gleawood. feast" another .be."l.'flUse he cored Finely executed I 'hr.,,' ..ltl'

:t I here. Harry 1lic.ltllltton came down fromSt I Xk'holat .John"+on's leg" and a third J Job b P Printing at tht- < ':can, II
...&..... .y..ww..if Kft>Nt K>. twux..cc .. .. 4..W..w..w.w.w. } :Mr. and Mrs. John Hunt are enjoy , Augustine last week on a visit:;; to iI i "bwauM he married a widow with a this office. Tu 1 ,. 4tst!
I large; rIJUJu '."-Tall Mall CJ.aZt.'Hl."o bad .i''<.'nt"nabn

to '' r'tut
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'titiitiitns\ '' .\j"'"' ,. S
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pohseshtnldirectly: : (lit'

taking the: f,!j

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taut -'reeds.tearhin3 .

all agree til

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Bargains ticord.i*-, ,tt., I10-cdrr

fore n' to''

ev"rd aeJt I
311 to ,. ."J'ua' t

It.uuUete t

sell It." art-.

WE own lots on the west side of Ridge- claim water to snrriiJo-ba.mill

wood Avenue each 109x400 feet. It exprest.l..1 reasonabiewhitti ret'resen'f

r These lots of union ibej 1<-
'j are cleared and make of
one a test of tn,[
Chrut ThJHus

the prettiest building sites in a> It-]
Daytona. Lon and'LS) I 11Iicfore

.. 471,

For a quick sale we are making a price Itaprtsr4

the absiin',

$1750 for either the the
I one or $3200 for both. in;: Yo ".

do ,
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had our (xj

$1750 and $3200 thou exp tiaraOt pudlarel Jru'tei.>) (1 I|

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; ?1. ROYAL ALBERT HAIl, LONDON, :INSURED AGAINST 3ANDITS. ""Precautionary.Th I.......................0.O..CM..ec.o+: O......

JJO)It ft miles I --Millionaire<'tor, Is It absolutely l -

>Dartona, I. CHRISTIAN MASS MEETING. But Robbers Themselves ,Conductedthe 'necessary to remove my appendix Fifty Years Ago Today.
on the west Drive Profitable Business. . ? March 16. | A Splendid Piece offI i !
| f the Halifax ..
> The bandits of Manchuria: and Mongolia Not absolutely, but It Is safer to be
The location ;: Governor> Sam Houston of
hare adopted a new of ac- gin: with some simple operation like !
: way
> .n permits Strai ghl t tTO and Texas refused to swear allegiance -
World's Largest Finest Au that
In the -Life.
Drainage and J. Quirin: at least a portion of the goodsi I '
to the Confederate states,
.t cantattoo; : ditorium; -Audience Estimated at I i of the traveler. These mounted high- I! Property I.i i
the only instance!' of the kind in
An Indication."Is .
i'vatloa Ismd sa Seven Thousand-Which Is the True I xvaymen In bands not only constantly .
the seceded
ideal for OrmondBRETTONlNjj f" Gospel and What Must Our Creeds (! attack the peaceful native population your dausliter getting on well states. '

I Bridge home.conand AI trv. fPrd 1 Sacrifice? In Order to Christian I'' but light.even rob travelers In. broad day- with*"I ;guess her music so. The?** neighbors are> getting Santo Spain Domingo.Twentyfive hoisted: her flag over f 128x220 feet, Cor. Ridgewcod and : I

(kmond wttn Ov"r tOft' goir F Union I so they speak to me civillyagain.."
new As n provision against: this dangeran
s ; Loomis A
f fi
) atII coon.XUll.house .:at the LondonApril 1. Ii Insurance bureau: where one bur a -Toll-do Blade. Years Ago Today. venues,
homyClub 11
IIne bOW a.bI I .: -Pastor Hu: at .
lined on Just acroesthe! stoPPing . I : n onelivehundredth Before and After. it th. 'I'-nlv N. x- ..rf..., 'i. '' .,. 'to I',.., ....'t I 11 L ''it.) .
td* of the lit !: i addressed the 1Iu eCon"enUon of the value of the !profKTty to i Pendleton and striking; Knights:: of La- .
I I -What the
are !' two greatest : 0 0
otthemCora OoX.Boon at Royal be Insured I N e.tablNhed: there. i I II bor in St. Louis l'uuntr1.1.: .
t wishes! of a medical student? Kefer
bt subt Albert Hall tonight This banner carried by a traveler: Give It up. What are they? Pendle Knights of I'IJor on the! I5o: >toii | EDMONDSON & DONNELLY |,
and preachers '
will save him from the bandits: attack ton-To Street cars li"I:1:1wl''t1: hi.;: Twages
put before his
oraoge-ryDestde.and CALL OR OX Z'i: 1 I known are so In well Great for. curiously enough, they themselves :and "Dr." after the names own of name other and Shol.ll'r> hour*. ..................................................a.....
W'RI TIC: TO ( conduct this Insurance business. But.
[citrus trait i t Britain I as he. I' it has: its limitations. : --- .- r rI
has many MACONTHORNTON .._- .i Many of the leading We paid our premium at the Insurance I ------ -- -- I...s..a'I.......... 1..2.1 ...././'/..... ,

i-excel* ToR t'iiElt.: : newspapers bureau." says! a Japanese: traveler I iiit's
both here and in "secured red banner and t The HANDPROPERTY : i
ailing. a our :
a New Book For Sale i
tag, safe 1 lmerlcL publish his weekly dim party then started from Harbin using I

and many ORMOND t, courses. He took for his text, "/ cm several sturdy ponies for ourselves and il i F it's a Souvenir Novelty e :
drives. athamcd of the Goxpcl of Chriet" I : .
IF IN ANY WAY not) the carrying of our lugpage.: ;: : ; After .
Beach IXTKREftTED (Romans f" 1C). He said:, traveling about ten miles! we reacheda it's something in Stationery and Engraving: '' -- -- r r

mood ta* ,large and IN PROPERTY IN Let us afl>rollcn our object reverently small town called: Tukin. I. SILVER BEACH : The best modern Hotel in :
ORMOND OR With reverence, because many: "Several of our customers came to 1
aUter, the ORMOND I CALL OR Duuona.. .JII 1(( completely o t
Inn. Theoccupies BEACH of our creeds are white with centuries. see us in the evening und warned us ON WRITE i ; rooms
a BUllnt'k8 Will Give Your Tbey were the creeds of our fathers I that there were many mounted bandits : Extending from : furnished. Will sell at a bargain :: !i
a ovwrlook- PromptAUfnUon and mothers. They must not be handled Iin the ul'lghborhood"h'n we told :
Halifax,and ruthlessly unkindly. But we I them there was no cause for anxiety i The H. &\V. B. DREW CO. : River to Ocean :. or"iIl lea<;;e (for five S
er has as tt* must approach the subject with courage on their account because of the in ur- 'i : %ears. .

the magnl L because it is Christian duty. For ance they informed us that by it our : FOR SALE OR RENT : .
sad the JAS: CA8SELLORMOND i:ii r long centuries G<-d's jieople have been safety was guaranteed: only on the ': .
lUlantte.pesth .
divided Into sects and parties separated ( highways but that the bandit bureau I 45-49 W. Bay St. JacksonvilleAND r I M. L. Waggoner :

i beach* broad there :Manufacturer, FLA. I t-- by creedal fences. At one time I was not responsible for what might i i : BLWJI" I S THOMPSON" } UIIS ;i r

lay drives fortes Pure Home-Made of they gloried in their differences, and happen Inside of any building. :, i I Office People's Slate Bank. : I

and auto destroyed one another In their zeal fort I I .............!.......... I................ .......r. .41 1
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|i around Or- GUAVA JfLLYILUUUUDES what they believed to be the Truth. I Where MocyBuys Life. I YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND I

iTestoandKTOVl'S Now we see more clearly that 'none The rich Chinaman: if condemned to j
h Of TROPICAL of our creeds! are without flaw. Now
!i oranges; PRESERVES we are willing yea gbuj.: to take the I fjerne i poor wretch, without money to .-..;:
\hroaxhtrop- Sf cl.l Attortion to Truth wherever we fintf"lt {nd to acknowledge secure his spirits from heeoming \\nn-
eels to FunUy
} Bpaata _...7 AWAUM Orders 4Tt the error. though tt be our derlng devils with the price of tale mi.*- ', are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin
teat Cause- PanAm..rt"an Ex. own The oneness of the Church requires erable life can purchase> Ironer' carefor
tUonUtTll' that we should nave this courage his China and Orangewood New and Stocks andBonds
It by slaves Mest ?!- spirit Anything. In fact, can I
tors of tong Louibtiina tkm. Pump:;: The Interests of the world demand be done f if you have the IUOUt' '. It is

id drives to Ixp(11t10p.Nt.1 ottl! itl! We have come here realiz- this belief that causes' the Chinaman to Exclusive Novelties.SOUTHLAND _
rmtatlons of lag that the time for covering rrora. commit .suicide, by taking his llfeou the i

Jle settlers, of which we are ashamed is past; that premises of his enemy to take vengeance

plates area re- the time for reverencing God and life on him. Ills spirit, he believes .. I
11th the InterBouthern
MOUNDGROYf Word has come. will forever haunt him. There i is ..:;
another ..................................................... i
knd flowers. Ar W. Not All Christians reason also lIe knows that assure .

K the mo t Uvig ORANGES i, Our topic must be What is the Gospel as fate the officials will under 't: The New Excursion Steamer :..
of these and of which St. Paul was not ashamed I such circumstances come down upon ,
loot is at the Grapefruit !*,E -"the faith once delivered unto the I his enemyand strip him of everything.Poor ; To the Picturesque Tomoka Cabin : We offer subject to prior sale and -

eters ot the saints**_"one Lord one Faith one I Chinese have been known to sell .i >
|s and known Best Grown IT'. 51. everything: they possessed tear down advance the following Stocks
na rove. It Baptism" (Cpbeslans I' .1u 1: ; IG.xt _
I of the; ftnMtI Grovw on Ht.Angni- The speaker showed that the Roman their hou";.i>s to .sell,. the timber, :O>l'lor\ DAILY EXCURSIONS. & 1'1'11- tpie.

I groveeonthe tired Bond Automobile 10 MilesNorth Catholic Church In order to unite with rent out their wives and children and : IlulT*'t Ser\u'o Jon I "'1: and Bonds, complete description
,nrt of Mlnrt of others would need to cut out of her II even sell themselves to procure money Hoard. Separate ToiJrts\ for I Ladies and Gentlemen with. all Micro ('"n4 i
U amkl very HOTEL OKMOND creed everything not found in the 1U- for the proiT' \ rites fur the peace and \enuiK-e* At the: Popular Prnof ONE DOLLAR FOR THE ROUND TRIP. i : of which will be furnished on ::
: 'I
: ap
1 to comfort of the ancestral spirits! IPt&) '
Deed, Knox tan* Ue prayers! to !saints!;, homage" to DAILY TIME SCHEDULE. J .
rove Is onfiytonaHAlnt Pll'-I thing;: alone a (Chlm! -e will not do. -
tures and Inuigi-s. the sacrifice of '
Beed Compar.1 : nauu-ly, saciifne; his *on.-Ken.ieth !1-'. : 1'HPrince ( ;iforce IVirk. 1):a\.t'.nL.: -. '.10 :i. III. : cI. plication. S;
candle (
holy holy water. -
line rood. BCTLOPo..tofflce. | mass Junior. :M. !>., Natioinl: Ufograpliu"Magazine. ; : I.I ";:ave f"f'nlr:1I HruJge I>.i\t m <>ni: '. M, .aLl.: .
the Infallibility\ of the I'uPe i I : I.t'Rn's 1 l'etIU'UIt! : Hiiiljrc. :"f'ahn:, > 11." 'I, I(10 I .t. rr.: : ';1 a t. ,
and the general theory that the clergy ; I Leate-: I In:.ml. t d l Jim idgt:: '. < I"I'.I"I.I l ! ::.j:1:I II:. 0 t.I .4 .
alone are the Church and brethren of Psruired."Should I. lit: 'tun.:: to :I'lince d;<'">rfe 1""i k. l ':-j\t. ni :'. ;ai{(( ]11.1:1.: i ::::

Finely executed Christ, and the laity the children of a mat: urfinery| ?" .. "., 0. I 1
Printing at the Church. "'''dl, a traro of r-i:tt'>!line! is (permissible .. Chas. F. Burgman, Owner I K":,I'.!' i" '.?,".. :77 1-....1..,'.'"' Seabreeze, Fla. ".".1.-.

this office. The Protestant episcopal creed next now:ult\s! ."-I 1'\: <'Ijaujja.: ...........................4....... .. s.t .........f.. eU -
had attention. Little that was objectionable I
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was found therein. One point alone .a'Wt' M r. ..,. Me."
could cause any hesitancy, he was sure -2
-Apostolic SU<.'<'l's:;loll. He urged that I
WNIwmnue no Scripture' could be found sustainingthis ; I .:. $27,000 "'
Automobile i
s On the Aeroplane i
theory In clear terms. vs.
contrary, he gave numerous! citations ; :: Daytona, Florida, High School ti:

in proof that the twelve Apostles only: (I : 5s, dated April 1, 1909, due 'rT

possessed plenary Inspiration! and were JLOn : April 1, 1929 Price $103.05

taking directly the under place Divine of Judas.ElectionForeordinationPredestina control. -St. Paul Famous Davioiia Beach : and interest yielding 4 3-4 pert

'; "' III cent. Interest April 1. I

tion. ...
The Westminster Confession the : S900 '
foundation of the majority of Protestant I ,. L
= Florida East Coast 'I
creeds, distinctly: emphasizes' tie:
teachings of Brother Cahin. We can 'I : first mortgage ,
all. agree that the words elect and I bonds 6s. Price ;
= $100 and ,
election predestinated and! foreordained -
I I3E are Scriptural terms and that a . .J = interest yielding 6 per cent.

truth must underlie and pervade them. 'f<'" ., n".i. : Dated July 1. 1904 due on or =,

But it will give none of us any painto : before July I, 1924. Interest "i t 1 ,
.' ,. ( .
definitions j. '
repudiate entirely! the peculiar! / .f)0. j
II ,'. '. :' N'' f.i'-: ':: H't :"J'ea +f\; 1 Y .. July 1. pt'
attached: to these words by ,1f: '. "'-.Ji; "I. t I: .r.. $$1to
...!f :r> . .... a r
Brother Calx-in. Surelye are all .
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...:: 52,000
prepared to deny that a (I otl 1 of Justice. Wl
Wisdom. Ix>ve and Power foreordained : : .::
"' Florida
I '1 t 1M -. Publishing Company. =:

nod predtMurititl: from IK- ,- " t ,.. '--,:: 6s, dated January 2. 1893. due :
fore the foundation of the world that '< to q j .k.lr'6 J ** :
everybody but the "elect" should!.) g\ JU, .y 1f f :: January 2, 1913. Price $100'

to. eternal torment. J ': and interest yielding 6 per cent. :; k
Baptists and Di 'ipll'.. Pastor Hus- e
further : Interest July 1 and January 1. ft:: : :j
something "
sell declared have : '"1 I
"<...: :e
to surrender. Surely they may keep -
water Immersion. Surely they may = $240 IZ
claim that more fully than sprinkling. "'1c ,14

It represents the underlying; thought; :.,: Stock of East Florida Telephone .
.. 11 t I ,
expressed In the symlwL Hut the unreasonable at .
-- Company par. ,
and unscrlptural thins! .. t ,
c:; ""-a 1. >
which must renounce In favor .
of union Is that water Immersion is c::: $500PeninsulafBridge ::: t '!. I
:: ,
the Church of .. w t "
0 test of membership cl
Christ. They must admit that Corne :: Stock at 75. a: ':
Bus at least, was accepted of the . : : :::, __ _Who :-- :11.. It '

IJ( Lord and begotten of the Holy Spirit c.,:.. $2,500 :-:" :11/. g gA I /

before his baptism in watercts( x.lit. -)> as' : I "
.- ). AVIATOR J. A. 1). McCrUDY \ -: Port Tampa 5 per cent. semi-annual R' :. r

Baptists and Disciples should !seethe : Water Works bonds 30 years. Par. ::;: 1 t I ;
of claiming that: only .. .
absurdity .
the water immersed are monitors of Daring Exhibitions in the 5.... $25,000: ..:- :I'j ,'' '..VI

the Church of Christ for thus according Air1- -'. ''I ,
:; to their theory, they would toe : Pensacola I Improvement bonds. 30 :_ \

dooming to eternal torture as unsaved i I 1"J : 4 1-2 cent. Par. .a'
years. per
.. .
.. all of their Christian brethren who .. .- ,, II .
bad not been Immersed. :Surely:: ItwI| $50,000 i it
tists and therefore may: be : : t t :'Il. .; ,
Disciples The IiiiKst{ Aeroplane Kvent I'-ver Held in the State of Flurida : III r
to expected to promptly and heartily: repudiate .. Ucita Investment Co. 6 per cent. w; I t, .
t these test features of their ill be the xliibitions at -I I'I -2
theories. :. bonds, 12jyears to run. $96. I.i

The :Methodist\ Creed was next ex
amined. Pt was commended for the :. m i
Prominence it gives to the Love of DAYTONA MARCH 282930 y mU -

God and His fort-earanee with the ; N .'I:

misrepresentations of those who honestly J I U -

seek to be Ills children. The --- M IU, I ;...
ls I
speaker asked the Methodist brethren M U I- '
a to forego the worship of their Chimb A total of five flights will cc made iu three days, the flights .o include a race on the Iirachvith av: -/h; Y +

:: and to give the more homage: to the > the fa .i'Ht< t auonu )hllc: that can be secured and a flight at high altitude over the Halifax tr'ems 'E'a ,. xl

Co elm Lord. He admitted the masterfulness.. j river and the city of Daytona and: Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. 1
of their organization, but remuul.Hl ;! -1 CONRAD.OATES REALTY TITLE | H I 1

.a them that their Episcopacy U not These flights are to be given under the auspices of the Hotel Men's ,Association and the Daytona -- r a

modeled after anything! shown us In i Board of Trade and sr ci.l arrangements have }been: made to accommodate the crowds --
the New Testament.: It does not even --1

t.. pretend to l I.e any authority :alon:: the -I g AND AHCECO..NI\ I h
a ; 4 4Y
lines 11'shn. It must
of Apostolic!
.a'-:;> admit that the establishment of its NO CHAlUiE c 1. I Ill
J ... Bishopric was at least: semi-fmudii- I
----y. ) lent-a supposed emergency: horn l"r j SpK'iidiil t Chanri- See Daytona The Prettiest t Winter Kesurt in the World. CONRAD BLOCK PHONE 128 *; .

J error that an Episcopal ordination .I --1 JI.JJIJIIJIII.JJIIJ.JJJIJIIJJIJJJI.JI..JIIIIJJI11> ) '
MwWk was necessary to authority to preach.: .01 " >> .) ; .1YYYLrY.i.1\ ,j YlYYrlrYrlr J I to II J W rr\i r.s1y>> I ht
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JOHNSON New ShIpment Fishin Tackle oust received. PHONE 142-2.RINGS.Fl * *
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o i T ru ti ks -r-Suit-- Cases= i.. BICYCLE GWEN AWAY. i.. :.:. H.-II1 BARNESTHE statlon NOVELTY. : and !!4-h..ol Maihtn.M.Tviwwntfr .+MAN uppli'-*.. :.5.. !i EMBROIDERIES : 'J +4+ f tion Saturd+ +toSixth ;

. Yhonoarnpttta! H-wtM
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''. t'ro.-k-n'. U =EU -- ----- -- --- --- .. : See the: handsome Dayton Bicycle : > .. Ki-hini,; TaciTo: > ;iinlNotion ; Our line is complete anything you want from a
in onr window. We are giving .
: .
i wide flouncing to a fivecentcambric. I
Trunks and Bags are selling. There must be a : this wheel away Absolutely Free. BARNES ; I -
OUR j U n- .
: uNo fnnii1
No lottery. InquireSHEPPARD'S Will your
: Come in and let us show you the line and : . your (.:-iiup-i unit I'mtirt-llii-. ,tiiir|>.-n ,
.our"tw..lLl1tloth.rT..Iall"| : r-"ilr 1Ve hav.: _u t o..n..1 up n nw line of SHIIIT WAISTS at popular
you will find oat for yourself. Our prices are right. : 5 ( ? GROCERY : B. ilinotmythinij: that I N out of whack .. i prl- .+. raaniiu: trove $1. it up. 1,
In fart for any want r:tll 0:1: "
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=. -- --- ---- :. U. West End of Central Bridge .: :. BARNES :. I The Chas. Gardiner Co. r

The Peck-Hendricks Company : -- : THE NOVELTY MAN : W

Fresh Ham, Eggs and Bacon.Crystal. : ;'>Mouth B-ni-u tttr.rtl: Dayton: Fia. .. L
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usemenIS'TUNEW -- .- - -- - -- i I I : All Kinds of Fresh Vegetables .

I : and Fruit t .

I i I :. Poultry and Eggs a i o i t I

With a complete shop and competent TOWAI
: Specialty.Phone "
) help we can do the most
satisfactory, work. II Orders Promptly Filled. j


DAYTONA High-Class J: W. Ball & Son MOVE
Yacht Club r
I Opposite the II I. No, 237 North Beach St. 'YI sae 5S ;

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&724 THEATRETONIGHT. Motion Pictures :\.\ .tit... a :". horsepower, S andard n11 W. M. SHAFFNEReal 1 t SAN AND AM A.

\Vitb a mil
i The! cruise; of they: ia in south-! Estate .
tit< d 'F]
I era waters has been a very pleasantohe. :

I I the weather mcwt of the time: Insurance my today
len: ,: ideal: for the purpose.: ment hasshipped

122 South Beach Street hel


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Ii II i I TO B BE i(: HADE M[ i ; ;; :: :: : at of the-

i CONCERT Open Daily at 2:20 WEEK.I ,I Leavenwol'nited

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1 ____ __ n __ l ACCOMMODATION; TRAIN FROM I !j t. the depart
II :: .. :: moved tow

Whole-Souled Jubiee! Singing and 'Dialect 1 \liS\' tillEVERY Iloru NEW SMYRNA TO JACKSON : .. I t Fifth cav.squadron ,

the i PULLMAN :;! !?: ; : oj
II XX'arehouisupplies
II I f
I There are two tickets to the IS STRONGER II j TRAINS TAKEN OFF 2Ct". CHILDREN'S EYES I a;
School for GirlsAT I
aytona Negro been leaserthing' *
t'rystal theater for tomorrow night
ON BETTER CABLES. Cannot be too carefully safeguarded
I .[ A dianse of :schedule is to be, mode ping |
]( u the Daily News office for Miss for they shave but one pair to last
8 O'CLOCK. i Lois Van \" lzah.I CHICAGO.( March 16-Wheat o;>- :; on tl F. Ie.. railway next Monday Indication made
I a Utetirn H there are
tined stronger, today on better cables! i March :S). Aftel that date trains No. of anything with chHd'i for a long!
wrong your
Admission 50c and 35c. Tickets on Sale Hankins' Drug Store I Among :guests in Daytona art and light receipts, the price being :5- 33: ami Xo. 3* will be ( eye bring him or her and I will Ct this ioo. part t>[
i I). A. Smith ma..ter mechanic of the S higher.: lrovisions were higher on I :Xo. :31 making the tsst trip: them with Glasses to correct tie The rai I

t I Doston & Maine railroad of Sooner light offer-;a. May pork $17.65); I that day while Xo. 53: will: b e held I trou }e. It medical treatment is aec- ,I to move la!

- =- ; \'HItIa: s.. and N. P. McLaughlin. lard. $3.15.; lIoert" five to ten -esos.ary I will tell you so. notictj
j i in Jackt suvine. short
II I manufacturer of railway supplies! ofI higher and cattle weak. I
I Trains Xo. SS and Xo. 9S will! be Dr. Neville H. Clark
XVakefield, :Mass. Ho'h are guests at
i --
Federals Be
.. UiNii the Palmetto hotel POSTOFFICE BURNSIN I discontinued after April 3rd. I
p. (I : GEORGIA On :March 0lh) however, an ac- j i hundred ]

Dr. C. C. Uahannon'is parents, :\lr'l ('ommoJat<rain will be put into LoiW for the Sign of the EYE. small!) bud) |
and :Mrs. . D. who have' .
\ Hohannon.
capital and resources are adequate and officers service from Xew Smyrna to Jacksonville. tied up tu
business block! "
Ot'Il directors successful business: men. Thus distant from this leaving[ Xew Smyrna at 1
strt*ngtIi and confidence which makes an appeal and :Mrs. Hohannon: in this city, departed plate.'u destroyed -
iJeration. We will be Thursday morning on their return by fire last night. The pQ p. m.. and arriving in Jacksonville! at Wi
I worth your ('Oll pleased: to have Treaty
you open either a checking i :: or savings aivount.PEOPLE'S to Lynnvile.: ind.. stopping tn.rltI' two livery stablts: and o".h r tor"ke'l 6 p. m., in plenty of tinto make GREEN GOODS TOKIO,
burned. Toe loss
s !! for a visit tit Kvansville. Ind. : were will western connections, the earliest of a denial: nif
tO $:: .,'""I.CAPT "
which ie the Southern at b:('. p. tu. ;i there: te: a
i The regular meeting or the Iloiel Thii: allows! ample time for transfer i iwf the i reseml

FLORIDA. 'Men's Association of Daytona.hichi: MOORE WINS SUIT t "basxase, as well as pai*t*nseri*. I{ between Jal

t > !le hind nest Friday evenins. TO KEEP COLORED Leaving \tsv' Smyrna at I oVkvk I \Ve are carrying; a completeline It (is um
t'r'-,,idnr. 1M.KI.VNI II. o'a.hl! :)i. i-.VKT: Kit: I
4. -r. CHILD.I
1'Icr,1't'e.1.l, has tit-en (lost( oue Ml for one week on !! this; train should arrive at I)a> tonal of Green reveries, in- tterpellatl.subject .
: --ut ii. li. :yF.t'11N.1; I.. YVAtiiiOXKi; :, j T.UlI''la... :March: 1 lt>-( I
I' account of the informal dunce to t*,? i I Ii l.|: Moore, well known as having: traveled -! at from 1.1: : to 1:30: \ p. in. Tlus al'j 1 c1tit ink/ : I '.

i held at the Prince Itc-rse hcte.1.: Th !j throughout th. state for year as lows time for dinner here before depanure 'j

..meeting: will 'lit' held! Friday evening! and the schedule is such that Taft to Ho
i j( prcprietor of a family: vircu. N asyeterday '
PIT . ' r \tanh1, at the Oak i allo\\wl the making of connections for all Golden Wax Beans AI Ul STI
X CJ13 7x I(I to retain the custody
i wettern points L> assured in tart it I Ijli I learned to I
: of an Igorrotw child! which he
expressly for this: purpose that the Green Beans idem Taft|
: :Mr. and :\Iu.ml), Whitney anti |I had adopted while a soldier in the I
AND daughter, friends of Mr. andIrs: I'!: Philippines. II. U. Daniels, a new train ie i put on and all patron* early next:
of the road w ill itd: it much more : CucumbersCauliflower held del
Th 11. Whitelu uegro'l r-o

{" bate (been visi thinking the child which is of
I, i itiug: :Mr. and Mrs. White at theirSouth : golian blood to be of Ills own convenient than the morning trainFOR -*. 'I pursued in

A. / C'1 (":::J \ it /' X &* SA. I Beach street home for s.veri i instituted habeud corpus pro 'eedins---1! .. I Nothing
- r.- r" I |1:11 weeks S.VLC!&!<) automobil.. c"-pt past tlepupi* d. 11'edne.daytor : for the purpiwe! of tie('uri ,>; pa**
1). Kuuball: : wa.ill: the! -itv! troaiOrniur.d : The Bee Hive is overstocked on,I St. Augustine and other point, I| soon of the little one. claiming s'l I Marshall Gardiner. 11* S. Heath s>t Tomatoes > .tot at

11't'tI:1t'tla: ) laces and embroideres; and same are nroute to their home a' II rtf,,rd,! MtH,re: not a proper i>frson to t.'I.Pl'1 tbt xtups

being offered at 20 per cent below I 1 Coan. I Ij 'I| tlu- child.' The court herd: that as "Hens Teeth. | PeppersThey il

J. Y. Ut'twilt'ras greeting fri nds actual values. Call and see Siem.90-t I I' ('aptaia Moore and hit wife had t Yoor composition, as a w 1:.'! < '.) |

in this; city Thursday."Choice : the professor yf lit,-rttt.tv.! .: qUt" ..1\
I 'FOI. SALE Desirab'e. va---d the little ''rl '
--- i f.mbvdresidence :; 5 from bab )(
I iYt.jaui.i "''.)\\17., who hat bu! inChicauo. on river front immediately: :: and that ther was a very ICI'1 a treat deal of (tntfSt"..I lit i < 'r are Always Fresh. Up '"

$ fancy oran ts for sale, : 111.: *inre I..a.ot. Ouht"r.! rt. I 0pro$ite Itaytona; C1yue'D.lm11ro"t". mutual attachukent bftwetu the ,'bi! sect to the eMtnI.: ..> llt' :,x ". P""", "
L)' Lox, .t lli; Tree gr'*e. ":'.-fri- :- |, :': teeth;' It is t..t : '1' un. o'Il,! ;:1.- trot!
: lurned t. iMytona Monday! afteruoon ments, garage; and servants'cottagt-. and her fostt-r par ut. thai! i'uptain( t . '
I afcst. -'tn: ' f >. f.i'.i "
sus:: > 't i :: ';
-- - ....J: i.. .."ji.i A alt h!: parents and Lot lit) feet front ruimini:; through to,, MiHiiv should: continue: :.o halht'l j ji.utody . ., '
Mrs. Charles Xu-sUaum. who had : It is colf.T: : "!' !Ll. -\ : tl '" !" : !
beiitiitns; at Koc&ledse: for oIit\.1: f': '
I to bf at h.1Ut.11,-" more a* they trees; new dock house ia exeeliei.t': It ''ISO
eral days. .unied home XVedasdayafternoon. ; ---- "I dol! I;:' --I. U\ r I.: \ l"H-t, "-'I.'t.
ur.-: to have him t'. ilth -UI itu-iiu.: ''condition.V.. M. SLaffntr. aent.JZ PRIVATE ,. STORAGE CO.R. .
YACHT NVOIA HERE nnt'.1! : "I r. !1"'Il't I 'I'b!t l
-- ,et\d-.f ha\- -i.: ,i/; h -s h.ix I

4WT---G"u metal: fia >u .tallamp : : -, paniiis, roses and nasturtiums -I AWAITING AVtATION MEET. C':'.' N'; i : .- .-. \. u- : D. JOHNSON. Mgr,'

for sale at east career" M.I 'nry: Alexander .. h" ;a' oj .' T-!: >a- Nttl .1 .. Xt\ 1 :, r
oa DeL.tiJ load. Its'raid fur r .
.. South Beach St. and Bsilvisw Ave. j till' conducted thv bltb'n c--; un t "Uu: .r i : '.0 :.. .L! ',0\ I.. I I A Dia; at May. -
turu to Duiiv Xe* It
8S-S8-90) i North: rash s".rtt: ncnv ( t-d: L> f."A: 1n.; I" S.LL't< o t:. I .; "I :" 11. o! \y '.' :l'o; t t;' On

Frank C. t.uaus; ,'!-(::ban, Oliii; ,! ; Jt''t;, 1'. Poll.t,'. ::.x again :n t ihf cad: :. '. : ".- \\ ,-eku /I.--: i l' .. I., . u'r't.,1, ; ,I. ,r..l! tits" A Bi t"1 Offer

w ih the idea ot legating lureMr.. ..: ..::.. ..: vl: enter' }1"K..: :- ... I'
\\iu bad been :a the city for sometiUiO. Mr. uud Mr*. t\Ten. A.U-u and u: .., ., . .
departed :ht l : forepart t.f the daughtr: M.ss Isabel, who have .\t'x.adcr! ban b> en .n bus.L A inJdv t ".t-.i. ..' i .t. :nu>("".-i ?, ;. j. I ) \ .,...... . ' -t 'I"'s. :.t..'

: .k;ouvie!! iii.ce less ,u here about I li. . :' Y., lit I'lub: h.i .. -. . SHOESDCSlrin
wet-k lU company tU his: friend.: Hr. L'ot-u jui.t-- at St'hn1 dt'.-* hotifor! >t : : > : 11 ... . -
: : J tll
T. K. r.enaett. !I nearly two *eks; pa-t. dtt rttxl,j a yeur: ago. but does no: Ike that :i> ..t c:. isifft.: alt'r v\i i. >.l.; iV n.-irt f. May"
:t- t 1.1.;
____ t I IR | Wednesday afternoon on their rriwn,1l'I. ,j icity; so wt-i:: as L aytona .t':: S:. \uu'\.l.:: .. ,. ,: !llt':" ,. ," . : . H.\\ \"u k'i-\v.\
t I
ti. Johnson and wife, who Ut"I ; ;T('ivP'1';::: t'uiwttttr at sr i AugJtrkuouviUe -:! !t.u..t \1.:", al.d of-ti: :';... ..,. i ':, to know! how manypersons

been: sjx'udins! the: winter at the Ma:- : ur..ut-. and Kh.. r poi i iI nL EX-GOVERNOR OF STATEi ht't. : re> lll..tlt.trdC.tpl. :--e...................... read the advertisements -
nt'\a: hotfl. as usual, in l'UWI any I M tr. ,\!!t."n is well ,known to the ", i DIES AT TALLAHASSEE. ; fo\K.tt. ::0 .tt'e.ull.t: .' : \

with M1:. Johnson father. I. t:. I rt->.dtriits of this wtrbi.n' i having; atone 'j ft' ...Id has "it l h.w ...... :.': Beautiful I of i
I I4 TU.KAHASSEE. Fla, :March: 16 1 U. F. .,
I Italdwin. dt'?par<*d Wednesday 0:1: t.meuw Ilt.d a handsome Inwie: at;, Kt: ht. of Xttuk: \ i i r -

the.r: return to Mankato, M:nu. ; Port t)r.ti.4f and had larae orang: t' Former term \\'. l). l'.lo\liau di' d ..::.t'llt, m.-t (.! ti--! j...,!-.in .,: tl; Home Sites CD
at hu: home here terday but also i THE FOSTER
srove .nrt-re.-i at Lm plate and Uol : ytr> morn.ug. 1::0.:t"d .r ht- ;>< ; '.- twrrr :

.LOST-E) '.; .'*tii, t.t"t'D'ou: l ly 11.11. :Mr .\Urn non ha, ext, -n_ Na death came a.> a :shock: to the at Palm i-.u-l: for 'w.w.eke .. ..- . .. . I I{. I'"" ':" I
South St., v.a Death St.. people who have U-en cV touch ,,, 9 .. ,
sia \n and .-. :n : peer t. ?1.: .. I : :I 1<" ht. :U'
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s.\ l\
i :- iTM:! \x-> .n 'r'< R-.I-U: 1 .'
,.... .. .. .
I .
nth - ,
Magnolia anJ WtIt.'oodn - in him as he had D-en 111 D :, I INon -i :Il' !.ill. .,1..1..10'" the company oners: to acceptone It
> '' -t+-nttt.u.l: I'rUI . you
G. B Seaman: and g't rtwarts. hon time and his rondaktn > not A -
; turn to was thc-.l Mat uii ,
i "v' und t.t-d . advertisements -
I t \1.1.I "I' ". ,U.\ a. Mr, of these
1 *QiSl REXALLCherry i: -', ldered: really critical! Thrt puMjvi.ireer : "..:Ut' at th.- Scuth b.d--: : ti- i I.\ v : .. -. "-. T ,I. ,.

of Governor Rlinxham, tend l'!.t" Xvd ., .... !h.t.K: ,,.:... v" . I I for Toiland

1). Ilosers I rtturnd Tut->din.pht > -.d through a period i.! morttiuui! 4" -t.1! o-y: ..;:..' :-.t'.;.. . .. I IT WILL PAY YOU TO l IN

:! from a visit to several inter or Bark > .tb and covert'dOntt' t o! 'L! mi': "T yO" i !-:.. ' :: app]
points. Mr. Kosers. speakitii of the:: -.tu-al: periods: :in the! !l" 1"F ./- : t 10 line _,t txve \\

drouth. staid that ::i ;':l.u -,- : i. H.s, ret.-(.rd besan u-: ..- w;:, .S..NO................... *
v ivl
the farmer were: 1tteit.! t-: .'. ,! .t ii.v nS r of the .t. !es t.
.... _ _ _
e..e'.e.Naeeasa.. -._..... you sv
over theou 1kt; c'.o.d : Cough : ,0' ,tt'did. d \\ 1kt. !., -y-y- w. .a... ........ I 1' Res\ ;"

Syrup ," .. :" .:- ., .. ::, '
-- on the purcha e o: any pair, HANK1GENE
!I Cement Walks
\\:: T :H--\\lI.\:,. XV t\ u- v:, Steps the cough and beak | of shoes, in the tore during

:,': ;':t': d h,. 't' .' it. )1 ft I" r ft H buys a tarnished! Beach the month 01 Marh.Largest : t1 hr"
1 I. ,'., . . 'k C,. O R'k sore lungs. For >ale atPharmacy X 1 H 11 11 street re&idemce; 8 reo >i*

I". I.. ." ing d': U U U U U and Lath; m4er unI : A. Vandevord Daytona Beach \ Assortment in the
.. It Young's I provtments: lot 50 by atout:9') bet.Ji.-
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L ress A B., care Daily >e"'.s. .....0. tm.................... ...Ot.6eRtit..s........0 City.

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