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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: March 17, 1911
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00243
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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LOW TICE ON THE BEACH :
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DAYTONA DAILY NEWS + Today . . . . . . . 3:07 .

. Tomorrow . . . . 3:42: *
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I Sunday . . . . . 4.19
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January, February and March at the Prettiest inter Resort in Florida. t

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five-cent t DAYTONA. FLORIDA. FRIDAY MARCH 17, 1911 15 Cents per Week

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; l :: BL BOlli" 'SBOWU.aH \rUm.! RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies. Stationery and Havana Smokers

Tnt First--Mlnn A venae.:... ntrv Davtona.roomn Fla. ..wlrfurnUhd PRICES Books L
Only first quality well cured tobacco
rl ;t I Itllbo--JIt.I"on'-"nl..n and tlf.-d throuehout with "ipoltion. to:Tr>' You RlktitL :: GEO. H CLARK t used.Vet .
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IY"4UI"p.-dop roomol1M'"Und Waterman Fountain NewsPapers Ca ManufacturerDaytona
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1 1 Pb.ne iSa C. C. BOMAVSO>. M. D. L. H. ROWE & CO. and Periodicals Florida

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Kinds i 1 t NATIONALGasoline INCREASING MAY Y COME t i


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[Poultry S pe f I >> .- stoves are the only safe and reliable BYJTRIKE.FIREMEVS HERf SOON.


ae Orders T kind "Just a little better than the best." -- 1


,t 1 OTATHIZERS 1 A TO mm AIR FLIGHTS


.W.237 Wortk & : GRUBER-MORRIS"11 Yes Do:t Trade With Us HARDWARE We Both Lose Moiey" CO. HAKE ATTACK OS O t TRAI LAST KEEK K IN I THIS MOM.T i ii i

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i ONE FIREMAN DEAD AND ANOTHER KING OF AUTO: DRIVERS NOW
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SHOTS SAID TO HAVE BEEN AIR AND BECOME GREATEST
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?ire ; ,I BIG BONUS i l: Ky. March: 1.I I It_ 10; probable that Barney OldTield, 1

i ii -One fireman dead another dying :
i ei-amo dnver will be ta: Daytona:
122 So lk t; : and the locomotive guard fatal: :y
\I the lat creek: ta this month to w it
: wounded the- result of attack
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I I ness. the nights by J. A. D. McCur-
OFFERED GRO\VING.\ on a Queen 4. Crescent tram by sympathizers -
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i near Kings: Mountain: this morning j here.
: I I The attacker are alleged to have:

:,_ _' : 1 J I JH i I i POPULARITY CONTEST t ; TWO OTHER [w\m\K O \ \ JOIN t t fared: a uumbt-r ot: sbot from ambush .I gee Oldfieldrith William- Pukens hisift'are. and co w mana:n

i,I athe T-a: .u poitd their bidpla i
I iI I :Mexico City sojourning, O'dfield: *as
: I GIVE AWAY 5B.ODO VOTES. ADAMS DRIVERS M r OUT. Inc 't
: :<,_ I I I IS I to have raced there during the.in..

I i I ter but sold his cars to Ernest: > MOToss -

/ CONTESTANT SECURING LARGEST .', UNITED STATES AND WELLS. 5 INJURED : for use in the Pat otaDticI !

be too : =>- NUMBER OF VOTES DURING .' I i! I Beach meet at Jack:>oa\..HeOldfield .
: ; FARGO DRIVERS GO OUT TO I
Shave
y ;i is con:,idering the a.rgame
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iDe. U .. THE COMING WEEK WILL DAY I
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him : RECEIVE PRESENT. iI i! WILL FOLLOW TOMORROW. !I' under the ban by the \, A. .\.. UtiUad"enturous"
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rith Glass* > Another '" pe.ial bonus of :rcO.('.'i) : NE\\' r-pirtt t is said to chafe
YORK March 17 Dmer
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will ten : fXPLOSION.
jl : coming week' to the contestant who, Fargo E\pre companies went out aa\ing to conquer tae: ar: ::8 prow-
secures the moot votes dunne tae on strike this tug >tron er. For this reason h*
morning in sympathywith !
City i I week ending March: 23 (j i the driver of the Adank. corn- I \\I1: come here to a itnes the flights:

in Such a lame; amount of interest I \.f'r31'r FUEL PLANT IS DEMOLISHED and decide what: he wants to do. At
way;; dt>paed! in the last speciartena dajThu.. was the result: of the gene ";I the aviation meet in Mexico: City

for the : -. : > offer whuh was wen by Miss :al strike, order u ued lat night i ,[tree weeks ago he war aa interested -

1 K. : I<""'ork.t'. and that the, contest minasenient Drivers for the .Xmencan and National : OTHER mmm t mm. ,I pectatorU ..

has decided to ,give all coutexlants : 1 Express. compaaiee, retied to '. II I: hik> at L.*>> Ancfftduriftl: hs

,:&, anth chance To win a obtthe general strike\ order 1,I :uan'i l.t,! there to iatvn l"ark
bonr-. which will mean: o much to LABOR> TROUBLES BELIEVED TO and to the "ptp.&n; :' he has talked
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fEN : : th I them in tl.e rate for the <2.Tit) worth\ I Chicago Men to Strike Ii i iI BE THE CAUSE OF EXPLOSIONIN I with: the leading niatn> and is a ;

: in of prizes which 3.1'to ,be awarded at.i I Cll Il'.tGtl. :March 17-t'nle'.s the! i':tv e {riE1adf Glenn t'unKxa. be

( t :: the clo e of the come L j,I eXI'I"'om pan I,is inere.ae th,* ,' HEART OF THE CITY OF coaling acquainted with him at I>'s R
tc ('ontt'A.aI.ill pie.ec note that i I I Xng les. a year ago last. I..mbt'r
: :: : 1 I wages one dollar per week today: :***
: .. ,I' thi+ Ixvnuxote. will only be allow til niploxe} mil ..:t' on a sttrkt': tocaor : MILWAUKEE Variou. etornery about the .-oaatryhate /
f e an earn : ( upon the grand prize. and w i'1 not be i I i row morning 1IILW.'KEt1Ianb l'-F\"t'': quoted Oldfeld: a4*>iBc that j
of Green allow ed in the race for the handxone he would never return to the raring
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$:r;0 diamo.d which ; !, ura.S. f .
ring ;> being game a reijiiier should acquire
line : }- BASEBALL BUILDINGS and W(1d.: were' *erou>l> :njured tai l i
()rr'Orb' I. II. Rlwt'J; Co., the the speed.knit: title but pries' I }
BURN I IN WASHINGTON.VSHIMiTOV morning as the l'"Swtt two 4.\"l1a-1 j
I I \\ellknown jewelerto;: the contestant ably h:s disqualification. ha a x anth
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:: of \\ M.mh 17 The mite explosions: which. d.'mol shed the; i r
>!den I who 'U"tth most ", t."S between ( to do -th it as anythinuJt !, f
: : .tmerean: l'1 'am !Vi ,'ball! part; bu:Mj plant tf the Western Furl uupan\; i
Mart "th and.1,11} 6th. :, 'I -e Seatour., another autelnshlk: .
"" : of 'j i .ncs. \\.r! d.r:, \. ti h>- fire todaTlu > and KIM'k tl many building: throughI
Green : In this* tomtit.J.7rt:: : worth of \all the I driver took up unit:onStrans .t Heap -stead '
!1c.-s w ::11 :'euh *4".W< 'ut city. !| ; '
l : n.i i l i, table prizes a v offered!. wh oh i is Rosa thi. I*>:.toaun: 1JI.ll! ti',' a iv th." Plains last amDh'r .." did \. f'' tLewiel
more than! haxer been of'ered in . but Stran uuIGar: 1
a*I'j I NIGHT RIDER CHIEF r''%ult I': :hr: :uju:':, the :x '
of IaH\na's size i m the 'I tunate and d' tided : > ,.'..J.. r'!
t any city: : : ,. .. ., icaate Pc' e ,
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Cauli state. By wana: : ; the :.tt. ". v an e I NOT GUILTY autteuoble -
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: : : t.uh>ed !h\ :air-r daft'-:! : Maki.Th.: !Uv'x .
'. offered\ this w,'.'k the winner w ':'I 1 M'- | HOrKlNS\IU.K. KMaMi 17;.- .. .. ,,.. I
::11 an.l!1 :1: : !t" JFltfB "' FROM 'u t tw.
.'! can' a decided ad\aauice ':D tlio race "I' Itaxwl .VmlKv,, .M n;ght rdtrt ; DELEGATE RETURNS 1

.'I for<< the beautiful Uott Chop I"p1 ,l'hlef _:h. hrlal f'uutl Ih.t Jo\1.:: "f 0.. W.' CONVENTtON. I

: i 1 right brand I'mno, which: is theLADIES tvuaplir: \ :'n *ho rtU SID AND' COSTS .. t
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: i'f' GEO.WRAY i. I DELANO THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA lil]I j *



PIANOS Dealer IDdPLATER I--- DELAND' the county scat of ;


PIANOS VOLUSIA __-- Volusia County STETSON

is situated 23 miles southwest of i
Concert Tuner

PIAOS: FOll! (::- T 1 COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the lat UNIVERSITY .i

BANK ter city by an excellent hard-surface l'LAM: n. FLA
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ii road recently constructed.At Four t'oU.Kr. -114 I t
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DELAND, FLA. tot-lK>ota.
DeLand is located the John B. EquIprn. ro.t.

101 0.,1. ,....,
Seeds, Beads at $100,000Surplus Stetson University one of the leading j Erulowment Csa.'III.Q..8. : a
Capital
,- educational institutions of the '1 Fculty of .., I"roo :'
WOMAN'SPlaoae
$50,000A. t.'or. aM I DeItracton.
of the interest in i .
- EXCHANGE Soath. Because | 'brhttal,
77 for :: but rnn--'t&rs.'
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-- --_-_--- i. .iollrd 1111.1 BII ...n.t: D. MrRUlDE, matters educational DeLand is known \: i T.bip1. t =5 &
ICE CREAM
. l'r..t.knt! For
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___ .. .I "halll", 1.111-. as "The Athens of Floriii. lorCJrO&atloa.
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jnln..ln I.I1..n. 1' p pI B.OONUAn'Vlc :
i> miy qUln tit y. \ _r t :_- ,'nt... h"'u cHI II II J. ""-i'r.-sldent Stetson University ha; a faculty of i, Linco14 Huilty

I MILLS1 'al. 50 and instructors. There j I'B.I LttL 1>. -
H. A. \\",M>1). professors I I.].. B.J. '
European : ; ..j ('ashi'r' are over $400,000 In buildings and J>r-klPlIt
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tH.tv.rii A'J( ;; -- !I -.o '"" -- $300,000 endowment .
I Restaurant equipment; nearly -

I IiS I be apparent to the most Carnegie Library alone representing
DEMAREE.One fact must ; a
By L. C. j. v. mm
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superfi-ial obSE'r"E'T'VIlh such lavUh DREKA'DEPARTMENT an investment in building

f"s. of Daytona's crowning glories natural beauty it became of than
{ AND FURNISHINGS[ i wenlth of endowment and books, more
BUSINESS AND
No
beach.
is her incomparable hand of
an easy thing fox the STORE 120000. The library is the United la
Attorney tod -J
= ItPaystoTradeat : one who: haj ever set foot upon Its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS irafti to give the finishing touches States Government depository for the Cat r

= Peck's Bargain House : I smooth, racked sands; no one whoever I wfhich have wrought out the colors EVERYTHING State of Florida and contains over Counsellor crci

: pedaled a bicycle over its ex- and outlines of the big picture. TO EAT 15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one Law V 4
Street.
: 112 South Beach
_ drove a
.......................... pans; ; no one"ho ever and listened .. Man did oil:: this in the layfnff out TO WEAR USE' of the newest of 16 buildings with 1 1I
of horses TO I
pair
prancing of the streets with th,'tr wIde margins its furnishings, represents an outlayof Will PrU\IM

.;;.....................I. to the popping of their steel shoes ......................I.IlS I of park.ige. The entire city becomes heading! Uoom $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of Plat .&] ta rr
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5HI face no one
UNG WAH-CHINESE LAUNDRY Its asphaltum-like ;
; upon c ,:rp.l park with driveways Inter Elevator -rvlct' f the most beautiful college buildingsin r.ii.ralPtLNri n
NO. BEACH ST.. II.\YTOXA. FLA. who ever steered a high-power automobile E. S. HALL I IE : *
. Dress Shirts Xljiht:!' "Khim 10.) : tPetiflt.!! m.les upon miles of dn\e- j Hi-s>...t RoomG. the South. Cvurt* or r;
White "Shirts JuAVl.-n Shirts W : down the broad stretch of ,-----
S Check "hhlm 1'nd..rl'hlrts 8 Z. sand E Architect and BuilderS : I ways :.so good 1 as tp attract motorrsts : .The city has a population of about I..: -
S IS'Drawers' N wave-washed and surfpacked A. DREKA & CO.
New Hhlrts
S m from all over the continmt. 3,500'with a thickly settled country FL,. I
a MhIrtseoIInrstt.1.ocks.iwrpPIr S Z. but realized that it is* a world beater S :am\ Palm.ttof.. : I IpLAN1)'Fi.k4"

S_ Collars ladles clothes or Cuffs at:Handkerchiefs corresponding; price 3 c mBB a world-wonder.!' Go stand, upon I DAYTONA. FLORIDA. And as for the pavements. paem adjacent. DeLand proper is five

.. .B.fl.B.fl.B.BOB.B.BB. this wile speedway and see the happy ..a..gO................ I *'iits that look and act like granite miles cast of the St Johns River. on I WRIGHTINSURANCE \ ia-is a
of the
where else between the eastern he high, rolling pine land
................ui.i..... souls fit by in Joyous mood and milesin VolosiaJIoiinljfAbstracLCcT.i V of Florida. I I _ w .
and western seas are so many: great "Orange Ridge"
THOMPSON answtr whether: this is not one of ..........................
H. C. Agt. are
: : the seven modern wonders. pro!) rtjon to inhabitants? The ; .The predominating products

: LAMB ENGINES : W. C. CHOWNING. M. D. S pa\emc'nt question stands: with the oranges and grapefruit the estimated AGENCY

a HUPilOBILESDemonstration The Placid Pellucid Halifax River. : General Medicine and : treet as!' one of the chief drawing (Bert 11.1":11111111.1010'1'-Fish. I'ntJdfnt! crop from this vicinity being over

= Given at Any Time. : Where think you is water with more: : Obstetrics 2 cards. Till some unheard of place r<.tury_and.Treats 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes ---- f fDcunJ.

t : PHONEW: : picturesque surroundings? Nearly a'' Otll(.- Hours: If0to3: :: >, 7 to//j p. in. II reports more and better, Daytona Abstracts Furnished . peaches, pears Japan persimmons I Florida I

u.asu.usiususisi.i...... mile wide. fringed with tropical vegetation I Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. : chrowb down the gauntlet to the and Titles' plums, pecans, guavas: strawberries I II

artistic cottages with roomy ...isisieisIaisI..I1IuIISl. world. and other fruits are grown in plenty.In .
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verandas looking out upon her bosom I ---- -- -- -- Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Fruit. .- Insured the way of public improvement OLDESTLARGEST

i JACOB ESPEDAHL 5 gamey food fishes in couutl-ess numbers -! ..............0..........: Whi'-teV'T one's shortcomings, andlowever ; and are many miles of fine shell roads, an

S Contractor and BuilderS beckoning, as it were. to those indifferent or even callousone Maps, Pints and excellent high school. electric lights i
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Designer and Craftsman : DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPhysician : Kim-prints Supplied
a Superintends Construction!' of KulldIngs with rod and reel;her bosom flecked may n.i to many things the mere a system of waterworks that is owned and BEST

S S flans on MOon and=Hpcl""otlC'.neat.. Ions : wilh duck and coot and snowy- : and Surgeon : mention1! "flowers and squirrels I KLAXI' : 11. _KI.K.: and operated by the city. supplying

: DAYTONA" FLORIDA. : winged sea birds which sit about as : birds and fruits" will send a thrill the purest water at little cost.
: OFFICE: OV>:R KODAK I'LAE: :
.B.B.B.B.BB.B...........BB if for :the sport of bobbing upon the I that is reflected in distended pupils Nine houses of worship testify that
U !SiiSiSIiiiICRsisiSiSI.if l BONDLUMBER For Florida
.B.B.B.BOB.fl.B.....*.*.. waves; watch that lubberly old I and pricked ears. DeLand is a church-going commu-

white headed pelican pouch a fat -I. For every visitor with a spare goober Baptists, Episcopalians, Methodists FARMSGROVES
E -- nity.
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OSCAR MICHAEL mullet and that fish hawk struggling i.isi.i.isi.isisi.i.i.IUIS I there i.s a bunny ready to come COMPANY (Northern and Southern), Pres- .

: upward with his floundering load he lie will sit bolt Manufacturers of
CONTRACTORS mFilling ;sunl atvept your gift. byterians, Christians and Catholics, TIMBER or

and Grading .a snatched from the water. I : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS : I I'f'rilg'ht and fcnaw into the meat, LUMBER besides colored Baptists and Metho- TRUCK

I See the beautiful launches, spick 7 casting! furtive; saucy glances at you LATH .
: : Civil EngineersDAYTONA dists, are represented.The
Specialty. LAND
Heavy Hauling a
and span with: hampers and lockers U I meanwhile i SHINGLESlOULDII'
S URSII graded school offers a ten
.UcIsI.uIIsI.IsIQU.Is bulging with refreshments, both solid : FLA. : Flo'.v-Ta. Usually fresh and bloom: SA years' course and the building whichit Oo-nd p'hrtvTIlE"'.r Rarpta.

.. .- and liquid! ready for a cruise upon th I S Estal.li-IppI .",::1. IU I remi.JdI"d p ntv;
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beautiful surface. Take out your field i ....lOSISISISISImUSU.I3OIisC h of tiol -rnith's couple where j'nroid Rooting GfltlDmm .
CO. of the most
M. ELLA DeVOY & |: throughout and is one
I \\ Iilt 'bulHViiK<< ntKIlHirniln
laS3 and the river from
sweep - -- - -- I Smiling sprTig: : its earliest visit paid
; Pla-t'r: commodious and best equipped public :
Ormoad bridge to 1'oice Park .ioII5.IUII.IiisM.I..IS i .'.iid summer's lingering blossoms (;-<>raiuClniruk<< I [to 0
MILLINERY f. II Ilol.d Nand BrIckIeI..NIt I schools in the State.The .
light house. then say whether the delayed.
I E. L. STEWART | are KLA.LAffllS from Daytona to DcLand .
: trip : \ " f'L.\.
Halifax i isu' a thing of beauty anda I In life yad: roses of varigated hues
No. 8 Beach St.. Daytona. Fla. "* Physician and Surgeon is made by automobile in a little
i forever and of the modern
joy one .. na loi.niirU another household hast
w !p.tt|" ...1 "t P. tition :i.ih> ::,- - I I II. J i:: ; there
; yawi '.\.i', ,!>i\I(! wondt. \hKm.: ... Th..II:01llIeI. i :'; ,.'' .... I over an hour, and arc may
and the
-- ----- ,,' ,_ ,, .. : p'i 1H'lal1! for the poincetta & fiSH THE
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-- ; ml I .p.-Ii.i'! M" noli.i !\ nn i.llllMII : pretty drives in thc vicinity of thc
!) ) ':! A..e: .@ I! !:! '- U .. _'. is hidcn
The Enchantingly: Picture Ridge- w. >t 01 I I' p. t I. |I..hcoh.| >- :'iuunia> ire aflame; another -
re -que . .. I site. A gooJ road leads toDcLccu
county 1
: iitlir. lit>ur-: !" :i in I. t fl. i mB : Attorney: at Law GORDONGARAGE
Isicisncu in a jungle, of tall cane. Variety
,2 East Florida \ wood.Rulgocvocd .I..usi..a.iscsiIOS3IS5IsIsI Pr;ictirm. :: In M.I I Springs, bye miles, a historic I
.
.*. the spice\ of life and here is where ht.iU ni.J K. pt! r il
lJt.nrt- where to.,-"O ) gallons of atcr
spot, ;
I avenue is the crestof
upon : ou find if. '
Company j > -'ll'cldl f.ici'itl.: '> for
Telephone
: *? a broad: ridge. straight as the crow .. .IsUsssII. The birds flit] i'D. and with their in\. .stiyatirm, piadp.rf'etlniz bubble from thc earth every minute. The
: tin. s
ilies and the wide spreading) branch fullness T>FtANI|II. 10'1.\. I From DeLau Automobiles go soath
DR. F. H. HOUGHTON : joounotts help to give : DCLanIHeadquarters
Connections at :
Daytona | I to Ostecn, 13 miles, on shell and
es of the! heavy-trunked !live oaks extend 2 iid sjmmtiry: to the picture. I"

_ for Long Distance Points I thtir giant! arms across the magnifieou. : : marl roads:>>; thc-t.Johns is aosacdby ,
: Dentist As for fruits, choice citrus fruits. mm & BLY for (
\'ua, forming an arch and ferry near Oicen aad cars can then I
I.i) \.tlds: the to for AutomobilesA
: palm none
H. C. THOMPSON, Mgr. |im from these extended arms great festoons U Ott'r.'! In I..k IlIiM kI tona Isaac A. IoIf'wurtEdor.J continue to Sanford and Orlando by I II I
5 l'IIONF: 32: \\'t..t I Eml'coUI h 101.1g.; IU quality{ ana quantity per acre. Therere 15IMnry >' A 'R
; of Spanish moss sway aa the St.'\\nrt hard road. There is a shell road .
< sg.I.IIu.I.u.u.I.LSIR.ISuIISU : :;('C:"<'S of citrus groves in proximity \ Maxwell Touring <..
_ I trade winds from the tropic seas Attorneys at Lawi.nd frcm DeLand to Orange City five .
. --- -- ----- the branches bendingto Cars andRunaboots
to city,

e f ..
and road from DcLand
fan them. Looking straight ahead Notaries Public miles, a good ;
.MSISIOS15ISIOIOlOISIII I rhe e.::rth with their burdens of I
H. T. McCLELLAN I: :lown this white shell street one has T. K. FltzjitTuld K:. K 0it. : lux.mus J pclden globes. which for FPrI.ND.' "'L.J. .\. I to Lake Helen, a like. distance. c.c.III

the impression of a fairy path with I Ii
I FITZGERALD & OATES : Lt-auty. proflicacy and all desirable IIII
Mill Work j >ifusn! draperies but as you move i BOND SASDSIIWE[ BRICK CO. .. ...
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HKw
long and cast an eye first to the : Attorneys and Counsellors at LawS : qualities would truly astonish you. A.ERICKSON. \ilbur>*ir. M.s.HAMLIN._

i'1I"i'tzp| I Fitet.",. for Fxt nIt ii t icU : The Fastest Autos and The Finest I M.inun I ur. rs I II ..
Write or ask him about anything f; Tight and then to the left you see and P..rf..rinl;; IJIIH! Tltl.- . b.

you want made of wood. Every- *J; distinguished cottage homes in the : H11U-! .' In I'conrad liii Iii lug.! 'I'liom' l 1-JH : Out. & co. I Light Granite. Huff, Red arul 1.
L;,TV! ** !'!ock of
thing the best. ,*. I most dplghtful! settings. ......................0... The -f>\', I.t.h world ,,wonder do youi.'k Pianos Onjans and Drab Hrick: ( '

See ho: glistening leaf of the grand I I whether from :Mi& I..ITI' ('a.pai.it. '.;.1 I .I'mn\t\ "':.ti'- & '-
I ? Ccine, ou.j Sewing lac'.mci \\rt- ., .
I North Ridiewood Ave. Phone 123 |' magnolia which nature has varnished ( .! .. . '.!. .. !,!. '... .!.!. . I Kalamazoo .I II X.ll''l lif .1 t..,..". v. '.. I ii: i.i- I* : '" I. ,. M i..111..\. Pru.l.Aki. ..
froii .Maine from
j or : oi }HI.M" M HAMLIN
: \ '
*iX {i' as no nrt>s's brush ever could and ; "
I ; ; DR. J. P. ESCH i i T.inSi'n:'! to, :i.nd you will be ho11.. (:
:111
the cabing palms with their burdens 1'. h. tilt'ol'ld.s record fo*" LAKE HELEN
i's: re
jf svhoivy fruit and swaying pal:!MS: : Physician and Surgeon : I. i : I Attorney :-
ALLEN1
d ;ib broken with riprrjniepsso'i
PICTURES{ { PORT ORANGE{ '. i! spe every -= Surrounded by several pretty lakes
I lie !' P. :im-u.i, l 1'1"1\ Illlli I, li 'ii i-' -.utf.: ) ,..fM. and .
i s'-e lovely holly with: its exquisite : !., : K:. < 'I'h., ,, I 'In... In.in-, I:: to :: ,ii. .Autos, the bits! :, the fast I :;.ttJI.'I: : and guarded by lofty pane trees ii CouicUon L-_
i bury; see the climbingine iii..t c.iT |p.lII. I'I.p.! : .S.. I'\
t-t. and tile finest are ('11 d.di i .
!' |IIL\I'I1. : 1),1- lakc Helen, a wu.tcr; tcsort of no at Law ..'III
PORT ot1ANEfftmadttP'.nIPS: i- "un not ir; the trees; liit'e the cryppLfl1lJf I :
irett.vllttl. !anesituated i'PORT' ; .' '!' '.,'. ........... ... ..... . .....'..,... :-uie: .: : il 1 tb' ,- big aii'>.\ is .1 IS t''e! ..- I DRUCCISTS htUe impora-uo. Cu.m"w Casjuda ,,'.
a
| ORANG[ '( !.* forms wauh gala a fout I
lv.- mil ; t..I': \1'\' \i.-: ;:rt '.sian w.iVr: t f. OMI: tiitiiin.u < I JEWELERS: a spirituals car-p-s'/ouiid: is si'u- . -
hold ju ti.e great oaks and :Mt":;: ;> te.gs ..O. G. Gs4G&4.e : I <
south; of ayton.i on I : I : : d!1. of fini! ; itts.:: It .* ui atcd nc.uLlkc Hcieu and at tin .
I ,'P I. ,.
I f T I j. F t-
HOUSE pull1s.:: anti surely you will join i:: __ ,..
the Daytona- X" w : Dr SAMUEL 1\1. LONGDENTIST : i'u:'t 1Ij'H", ;. show with a ('()...stallth- I place several hundred people m...kc
Smyrna" hard -ur- .Ulie clorus and say that ths; .-; a ..w
; >'i .t .1:; &t-ue. ,
inter
A
headquarter Inmb.rmIll
s. Fred CUI:1Ln world wcncler for beaut j. I : I G. V/ Fisher Loge I' fOliIVS"faLNh' ..
Ed'\\thing from :2horspoucr : -' and the
hifihwnyof th' KIIConst. I goes a I largest brick plant iu ...

Th> town I U Owner and Manager I Surpassing Beauty cf Our Cottage : One Door North; of Nc
ioeate4onth.- 1 1.ill- Homes. :; chants RankThe : uJl: d'-jr; : ti-3 of spet d from a canterto -
Drugs : \
fax River nnd K I Stationery, ORANGE CITY
thpeninsula .. .......!S...!!..e...o.S... i a t\vo-unle-a-nifciute clip. You will Iluyler's Candies CkhingFurnishings: ..
eonnoct with : ,
.. PORT ORANGE No one of Daytona's attractions: I piobab'y! catch the spirit, wheo.: :: I The principal attraction around --
opposlt.TtT ..!'!'!-.o! i'<.! ' '!'!' Kodaks, Cigars
perhap. commands more nearly ..
a bridge. universal do the roads and the beach are yours Orange City is the many handsome I Shoes _J JkI ..
Kl.\N!'. Fl 1.A. 1.\.
t The ton l. wll BEACH attention and praise than does ;t, Manhattan Cafe ,ii I The FlOrida sunshine is fre': the gol Jen orange gloves. The tow a., I ..

laid out ant has the artistic! cottages. The owners of '. : balmy ocean breezes are free. tit. I supplied with water said to be the .
Lots for Sale. for ladies and !
pretty hom -'. '.' gentlemen. '
ninny these charmingClas hail from every .- birds and squirrels and flowers are 1II. YG09ALL parent iu tLc world, another at t ration -
nuniN-r of ..
A large: Terms
tourists and winter Liberal corner i.f the country and they bring Regular Dinner 11 to 1.30 Daily. free, tiC sparkling fountain water i is- to voters. It is at Orange City.
for .
residents! nta kt' Tort IMPROVEMENTSOcean Allowed their own architectural plans and i' Short Orders. Box Lunches. Iii Tr e and >ou will have to go dow I The th..t passcajers over thc Florida Est ..

Orange winter 110'11<1Q1lArtf'rs. .-, or River build upon them, and. as the archi-- .. Special Attention Everything Shown Fresh.to Ladies. ;: ,into your wallet only for
ene of th FISHINGOormnl ''fHrture of one section of the country : auto and bed and board. GROCER drive I to Dd.. d, The town i* surrtindcJby ..
several attrnctlwntJ nt to Auto- differs from the architecture of another I THE MANHTTAN CAFE OL1'
>'In,; the exc.II.ntflihing. 1,01)11. lt'c. 'ourauti ( ; i This ;.5 re fanciful picture: it's all! I lad J peculiarly adaptedto ..
itridgf..U so do our homes differ in !) 38 South Beach Street !PF.I.\XII t"1. t. .. ..
here. It i.s drawing other thousandsand thc cultivation 4t! eitrua: : fruits ] : , I. '

A short UStanoe WM.,\C.,I'I'I HOWES to outward arpearance and structural -.! (,!'! (t!' .!\i ., !'!'!''!'!'. 5I,4 }ho'ding: them enthralled, it will I ..

west ;)f Port < rnnare _-.- .. beauty from one another. There t ...
the remnin- '. :. i" art charm aid hold you. Come and *..t'.1 ....................................... ... ........:
Port (>ing-; Fl:i.Port no monotonous rows of strikinglysimilar ............ .......... I IS
he old lUinlnwton .
build'ugs: but the eye, as it'ne9' - i

thnt sugar Isvlsltett.'V.T.vyenrby mill n place: I i Orange by is treated( to a kaleidoscopic :( :. When You Are Looking Ear :. "From the Grove to the Table"INDIAN ; THE DAILY NEWS i VIVI

humlntliof change which keeps the mind Some One to Do VIVI

tourists. One tlnit. I OYSTER CO. wond iug, "What next: ?" : RIVER GRAPEFRUIT .. .. VIVI
I all thoO country w< -t AND ORANGES .
1>. I'UPONT" It is no*. only the exterior of many VIVI
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of Port Orange th.-, surrounding oldm.ll .row.r and lalr of th'pa e homes: which rivets atten I i Electrical Work Grown on the Halifax. to three whose I Call

was u rust Indigo OYSTERS andCLAMS tion; wn.b.c they are models of con The fittest: quality of fruit for sale I : Gives Away some persons : till

onne venienr-e in single boxes\ or car lots. Special ; the
and sugar T't.flrin.lpvtnnn : and the finishing: and furn names were mentioned in: :

plantation.The mill I ishing jive evidence of the elegance : PHONE 14, : attention paid' to filling orders. Every VI
i Day .
was operatd In those" arly stenslvely WM. C.I C. UOWfS and cultivation of those who worked MUNROE & STEVENSGROWERS previous day s paper : CVIVI

t duthut bus ti-tn laUl i it all out. Indeed it is the interior FORLAWJ AND SHIPPERS. .. .. VIVI

!'us.-. for forty or I Lea! Estate j arrangement and artistic furnishing: VIVI

flfl! yt>ars.cry Insurance '! and snwding, more than the exteror: Office Mext to the Ridgewood Hotel. :. Four Tickets to the Crystal .: '-.

A \ |Intt'rt'.t1n.' ( THE ELECTRICIAN. ___ I Sila
appearance that gives a surpassing : Theatre and a Merchandise :
drl\"<' from I>a ton.i1s VI-
i>y ooeiin >I I.. .ii li I NOTAiY PUBLIC: j charm to Daytona homes. This feature Best Prices Best Work ........... .......,... ......!.... .... .i..... .

to tli" n|>]>roifh! ottil L Port ()ranCe.! Fla, j t jastly merits prominence as another NORTH BEACH STREETMcDonald's : ,! GITTENS & MESSING .1 : Order for 25 cents on some :

-' Tort or:i Il.!. ; wotaYer.Streets VIVI
l'r.Jz' IIl.rn th- i .......i .................. .. ""! '." 1. .P.l.. I .>!._ .\ ,., . : local store. : : : : : : : VIVI

br.ci:" nnd tit! <. n. s. G. URnN : ana; Pavements the Most .e..o..m.o ;ri.. .,-) Fresh Fish .. .. VIVI

pt'sing tliroiuh iliprtnfip.il I and Best. II : \:4.f : : ::i -.-- -: =:==_ : :: :::_::::=
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5 Boat
vtr'-'t 01 I Yard Xr*.;_ -H Clams ; :'

l\,rt f>rans;<' *o th [Generallkrchmdise I Why thq Architect of the Uia\ers Established 1903 : :
,. . I : and Rose Bay OystersMarket f : Watch for VIVI
ru. of th : 1 I. \ chose to give Daytona the most Admirable : CHAS. M. McDONALD Proprietor = : thel11---YOttr name may :
l hrto..t old I ,. u;!-i rtnl'I biiFi
; the most picturesque natural ; cn South Beach Street ;
: Railways. Boats
I. returnhiptOfl3 :! 1.' Built Repaired : II t

ln\ 1>>' tlro u! I I'Wt Orange, n. [setting of all the cities of the South :: and Housed. : '! Phone 5 Prompt Delivery: ; I : be next :

on th.inalniand.. Is not revtaled. but that such is a/ .
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FLORIDA
',j His Testimonial. I His Present 11 _

seat ofBounty -1UNJVERSITY r PORT ORANGE 1 I Lieutenant Colonel Sir Henry Smith I "JI'lI! !." the said "your little wlfey II PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA\ I

\. .J formerly commissioner of the city of I ,")iis ..t"t-11" !Ravine| up her monpy to Derv

STETSON London police, tells an amusing storyIn you a nice present."
test of PORT ORANGE, March 1 :Mrs. his book> of remlnl I SMYRNA is situated fife
::l'cnces. "Good little wtfeyr! be I
replied. NEW ORANGES
latturface ; Jack and Miss Baker HOWEAND miles south of Daytona I
Earl
e entertained the Grey once complimented Sir :
-What I is It?
and is ideal reached I
D=LAN D. FLA 4 :members of the Eastern Star: who Henry Smith on some of his testimonials **A smoking Jacket. she explained. I I from Daytona an by a hard spot surface road j It tern you twit want tnsp tfcc
: Ii
Four Uoue are stopping in CURRIERFLORIDA apply t
Technical Rebout 6 our village Monday "And I saved the money all myself out winding through one of the most pic* .
hit B. Equlpmcost- J I afternoon at the home of :alms: Ba- "I say, my dear fellow." he remarked of the house allowance. Wasn't I I turesqne part of Florida. I Point Grove

s lead.lof tog nearly $400.000. r ker, corner of Rldgewood and Dun- on coming to a most elaborate one. I thoughtful?" With its ancient ruins dating backto for tlif RHlaDCIla.
Endowment (9no.onn Miss Sallie Carter of Kingston, "this is the best testimonial I ever a time when the history of man i i Ulan KlTrrOfmvjc*
the Faculty of 49 Professors went down to Fort Lauderdale' lawton avenues at a porch party. read in life." I "Splendid1: he exclaimed. LANDS runneth not, interlaced with wiresof i the beet la til
and my I .
est in in. I The house was beautifully decorated "And now I wish you'd bring me the modern and telephone .UtrGroictitualuf
structorsChristian Thursday afternoon sometime telegraph
to 1'nm hear
spend I very pleased, indeed, to NEW: MMYRAAFLORIDA
knownilty but non-Rectariaa with flage and flowers. During the I home some morp money tonight. its miles of shell streets as llm
Touching. at that place With Mrs. L.V.. your opinion of It. Sir Henry replied, from Oayt. 1iIi
information, ... Marshall. I afternoon dainty refreshments were,I "for I wrote it myself." "What did you do with what I M. LEIDERSDORF hard and smooth as a floor and over i i i I the Dayt.aa a d;;
address: served. The favours small: brought home last night?" he asked In arched by hoary forest giants that ; Sm>'f". Ko tf.
of Lincoln Holley, I were i I "What's that you're saying? What some surprise. Resident Agent grew in stately grandeur during the Prices Moderate
Thereand Ph a Lttt.D" $ Phone 2S will call for your stars with the date written:' thereon. do you mean?" asked Earl Grey In as- Town and lapse of bygone centuries New
"Ob. that's what I saved the smoking FERD
LL.
> Preslden D., lag and pursing tf clean-I'The guests were Mrs. Dondinville, tonishment. Jacket money out or," she answered Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNSTATEMH
Mre.: Supes I This Is what I Sir Henry
dow Mrs Kestler. Mrs. Still- mean "and there wasn't! any left" Property and rest | Proprietor
lie Mrs. Ella Hnbbard, for many years man, Mrs. yokes Mra.\ Smith, Mrs. answered. "If a man has not intel- f _
rcpilding All nature here to :
J.J I. assistant 'j Cony. Mrs lect enough to write a testimonial in is very inviting
[ PERKINS superintendent of the city S. F. Cummings Mrs. An'lnqui.itlve : co. the tourist and plcasnre-scekcr. Here '
55schools of Joliet Ill.. !la visiting Ml"3.1 Baker and Mrs. Bell and Miss Phylis his own favor and energy enough to Scotchmen are fond of an argumentand t
e than .1 stand friend he it be'snot R. too is to be found the best fishing aDd
over a till signs S. HALEY I
; Rosan E. StU'mau: and other friendsin Cummings. The afternoon passed delight to find flaws in an opponent's
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(United fit for the position I aspire to. hunting in the state of Florida. '
Attorney andCounnllor this city. only logic. Two blacksmiths were
Ifor too swiftly. On parting .:he)" all
the agreed that they had been royally once conversing as to which was the GeneralHardware The people are thrifty, the business -

s over Dr. J C Herman. ..enteJ1 ined. A Pretty Busy Man. first trade In the world. One Insisted men enterprising and all unitein
i Osteopath. 20
at Law
fl, one When a man's business prohibits his 1 that It must have been gardening and
extending the welcome hand oi
Vohisi! Ave., Daytona Phone 40. tf Mrs. Hale of Joliet, wag hostessof and
withoutlay \: caring for the chickens, when his affairs quoted from Genesis "Adam was put
the card party Thursday evening, become so Important that he can hospitality to strangers. There are I
I 'J into the garden of Eden to dress It Builder's
Will Practice Mrs. J. Carne and son, Fred were assisted by her niece Miss Reed. five church edifices for white people
lone lu no longer, shake down the and keep It." "Aye, John," retorted it
of State In the city from Ormond Supplies, and an equal number for the colored
and Thursdayto The concert Wednesday evening help dress one of the fUrn8.e'l the other who had stood up for his
!ldingsabout FederalCourts see Mr. and Mrs. Silas B. Wrightof I wag a grand success. The hall was tinker about the place, with a own trade, "but wha made the Furnitureand population; the town has an excellent

j DeLand who had been ia Day crowded. Thos. W. Lane and the and saw, then that man's business had shades:' ," high school. a splendid public

tona for a day or .two. i ladies assisting were well pleased better be put into the hands of a receiver - ---- library, aad up-to-date business
1 UndertakingNew
entry temporarily; his books do not houses.
PiLAND, FLA. I with the appreciation shown them. Sturdy Horses.
s five FOR SALE-2 wall show cases I Mrs.: Harris of Philadelphia: a balanc. says Dallas Lore Sharp In theAtlnntil Siberian horses are sturdy. They SmyrnaTHE There are any number of pretty

trer, on 7 ft. 6 inches long, 1 floor case, plate I[ guest of the Port Orange house was -. I know of a college president still- will go thousands of iiillea at the rate; homes for the permanent population,
j who used: to bind (the may ))
lof the WRIGHT glass sides and top 5 ft. long. at hostess of forty miles u day I
and
of the church tea last: week, a cold a ompipss about his head at which numbers close to 2,000.

U.ts. Leseene's Kodak Place. 86-tf i assisted by her daughter, and :Miss I times :..i.dI! I Him:: prone upon the floor. some very fine winter residences. A

f are INSURANCE - Grace I lien it, aVo of Phi'adelphia.: I have tWit readers,! one for each: ear 5 f ASHES! : ROAGHPEFKIH0 OCEAN HOUSE There are good hotels and boardinghouses .)10'
y Mr. and Mrs.V.. G. Dick
matedapes arrived I There was a large excursion up read simultaneously to him different CONTAJNS \. NstOj- HAS NONarolsNe5 where you can find accommo-

g ova AGENCY ; from Bartow Wednesday to spend a the Tomoka river on Perry Williams'j i thesesso ;great: : was the work he had ; ..- .1'- ODOR rl"t F. W. SAMS dations to meet your requirements. NEW S SMYRNA
week or more with C. L. Harveyand boat I to il}.'. so fierce his fight! for time-time( \ .
j Tuesday. ..
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-- -i ;h.kills .Kndclm. Aniv Mutfis." Fkes Bedbugs ... PKoPKIKTOK Adjoining New Smyrna is as hue a JOHN T. t1.MNOrD
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family on Second avenue before :Mrs. to Je tare to women's dulls and to ;v.. Hie* iknqutloes.. hrxps| TKks and Hm .m> " lr "Id..n'mo.
Knappe was hostess of the land be
ions I Rom !>We! Kreps Miles DeLand Florida going north. They have write Ilj'po"h making! l hl.s.I Poultn ill ln.nb "II'rQdolbln Rates: I. MKANMNC:-
; been << .. kern' we ; .
card I ,,' .
, its party Tuesday e\ening. (M1 ills auey from Ion end fmrias H I living! at Bartow for the past six Oh. the uultittnle of'epoch making l ae.. h, Ctnb d 110. Your.sr.lcr.oII II.ler''h, ''W. $3.00 Day
I .. ., per
lenty.ments .r' v .u fr m jnjr '4" 1IoIc..lellruu. erne ill pSM <> > divided into small farms which can
years. books! > on mo Doom of Ktuch" Pepper or one a
OLDESTLARGEST Whistler's White Lock. I f&' :Miiur.., :nl Hjiuoli, for K Onn or one pnunj; olK I Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Someof /
liprppef. rcihiouncnofR' n luk her$1 I OOu General
Is, anlights Motor boat $1DO; fine order; As long as the name of James Mc- Hugo's Practical Side.It ....r..1 S S -u.>hi Norhp,5.ounce bom.... hrj5-W of ftwuuh.or These.a.une Id "" Week the finest celery grown in the state Banking I

[ @ new engine; boat 20x5 ft. 6 in. T. J, 1 Nelll Whistler lives among; those who airy not be generally known that: (ujrjn,nd If not simfiuory. money pertI J.xl''II'nt: | Hunting is raised on this land. All other vegetables -.,
owned saw him It will recall the famous white Victor Hugo ls(1 l to draft the advertisements j ASHE DISINFECTANT CO and KlililniiNKV grow in abundance and here Business4I'cr ;
and BEST Preston, Bretton Inn, Ormond Ee: :: plying lock which stood out so conspicuously of his own books. Instead of : M (YH'i.\: too is the home of the famous Indian ; CtnL 1.--
89-3t:) from the mass of his black hair It leading the task to his publishers.' Ills ;ff: "N. .. .,, : RATSAULT. ._ M.nitll Time I ivp..its
.. "'"""-'"'--.................. River oranges. t
was: as he used to say himself!; "weliplaced" 'orrt'sfluIHlpU4': with his Belgian: ImhUshN >-
[fy that For Florida Mr.\ andIrs.\ H. J. Shoemaker, and was always treated from girth the following,: example of 0.r. Mai D I

Dmmn- FARMS who have been with Mrs.\ Shoemak' the harmonous point ofiew to develop the great: novelist's advertising style: -

Meth.Pres- er's parents :Mr.\ and :Mrs.\ E. Van I its greatest effect In his: appear "After: the middle apes, the present -- i

GROVES OrsdaJJ, on Cedar street, the former: ance. One day when Dorothy :Menpes, time: Such Is the subject of Victor ........................ ...................................4 ..........
holies, TIMBER or .for a week I I daughter of the well known English nu o's double study. What he did : : i I
or more and the latter,
ictho- I)I artist Mortimer: ell pes, was a baby for Gothic art In 'Notre, Dam Ie Paris' t R. H. MCDONALD l
during the
TRUCK season, left Thursday on :1 Co. !
their return to Elmira,* N. Y. I I and was asleep on her pillow Whistler that he has done for the modern world | The Joseph Zapf ,
MEATS I .
LAND went to see her. A white feather had I In 'Les :Miserables.: The two books :
a ten \ ,
[ Bend for Bargain I by chance settled on her head and lay I figure In his:'! scheme of work as two i
I whichlished Wheel to. : Florida and Western : :
Desirable lot near Hotel Clarendonto In a spot exactly corresponding with mirrors reflecting the whole human : JACKSONVILLE. FLA. .
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exchange for automobile. Box 262. the white lock on his own bend. life." An encouraging example to t _
THE GOULD- : The Choicest Steaks and : and reliable :
most liquor
most ( 89-4t 1 "That child Is going to develop Into those young authors who cannot make : Is justly called the largest

pnb- WHEN t CO I; something great." he exclaimed, "for. up their minds how much modesty l Is :. The Primest Roasts :. I : house in Florida. Sole. distributors for :

t.: I see. she begins with a feather. Just like enjoined by the best literary traditions. . .
k Walter S. Ross T'I*jilioi eus> what you want and weT
>nd i 1 who has been a ', me!" .-London Globe. will,'iul' to stthat Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer : .
f' a\-or you tt it. : : .
!ELANI> >, FLA { guest of the Morgan hotel during: .
littlemany s 4 I'll! one fii:: .
the winter and also spent last sea. Ha-ppy. A Cautious Youth. 4 :
called to the
attention is
i 1 hear you are married. Chloe? : Special
I father wants to ,
r, eon In Daytona, left Wednesday on : "Bobby, your see :
>f the THE I "Yes'm; I's married. ; POULTRY | MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. :
his return to Brooklyn, N. Y., where you ,:
[ids to 1 I| "And are you happily married. The boy looked\ dubious. .1'. .
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GORDONGARAGE is engaged in the real estate Chloe?" ...
Tli <'nrll you l I.u\e jourordt-r th'
historicwater \" business. Mr. Ross has made many''!j Oh. yes'm: Ts happily married "How"Do 1 want should to I see know him?"? be asked. J In.tt,T fh.ino1 you hay: of titling; J :: Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. :

r.friends. In this city who will welcome Sam gets me lors of w.lsbln'I"-Yon the cholivot. A I .
I "You ought to be able to tell by .. . ..........................
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mute.sooth The :. his return next winter I IIf' { hers Statesman; the look in his; eye"r :............. .........: .............. .. ...


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r THE DAYT N/* DAILY NtWSI.A.th
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... ooooocoooot of THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Peninsula Variety : .

Published every evening except f jn- SELL 1 \ ; i
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;; ; ; ; StoreDAYTONA Hic3tic <
B'rothersl lay, from December 1 to April 1, by I i ..

THE GAZETTE-NEWS CO. BEACH, FLA. I Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of t
Kxitlonnl: :MontyxavlnKVlllUfK
T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor.C. Iii I : lubricating oils on the market. : :

I CLOTHING i S. HARRIS. City Editor. Enamel Ware I s* : ..

I HARRY L. ROOD. Adv. Manager Japanese China i ..

GEO. F CROUCH. Superintendent. I I: .
I Laces I WE REPAIR .
FURNISHINGS Entered as second class matter .. .
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GENTS' Ribbons
I December 1, 1910 at the po::.toffice I : Automobiles of all makes and in any c ndltl
at Daytona Florida, under Act of Opposite Webster's Grocery Store ..

3 1879. Seabreeze Ave. 1 | .
March ,

I SHOES i - ---- - I Central Auto Garage. i ..

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I Daytona Ormond Titusvillc, Florida. .....4..... 1 1 1 11 s IE.
AT Daytona, |I\ .
[STORES | Palm, Beach, W. Palm Beach. I .* O Complete Machine Shop : ,I :..NNNN............1N.NNNN.................! :........
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: Clareildoll d 6arage g REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS BY

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By Rail and River ij. j .:: AUTOMOBILES OPPOSITE HOTEL FOR CLARENDON RENT. SEABREEZE T :.:ISX: :: :: Euhunge.FLA.: II *. ] I| What's the I S..


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S ATLANTIC COAST LINE.Best "",,I',."....i.'J'J'...'rnrlnI'"'J''" rnrlfYmrrmm'' ...rraro4o4{.1 1 mm) mi D Use ..

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JUST GOSSIP i
ti of spending time sweating : A
OVER{ FOR[ TRIAL. your over a
Service to the EastLenve } BY THE GOSSIPER. hot stove these hot days trying to get I i 1

yi.I.iu w..}.uuunuuuuuuuuIwunu. .. ... .. ... ... },!: .
done
Jacksonville tatu.m. the family ironing on time when rc.
Limited. Arrive Kavanniih: ..I. .:::::::: ::::llJfta.m.Auiu : : I help
Palmetto f .. ( ..tn... .... ......... .. HTM p.m.DAILY. Pickpockets are reported to begetting (Continued from first page) can buy an w..h .-:
Coaches 1 . ... ... ... : within. you =
t Charleston 4.-J7p.m.: ;
Carrying& through [ Etfrb lIIoud.. . .. .. 4'lIla.m.: in th"ir work with pay dirt: told Snyder to p.tMarioa: : I i .
Pullman Drawing Room !! '''''. '.. ... thtt'hite : Cnest CI-
E.1.eetric-Uhted .. qehfngton. . .. "' .IUa.m. results at various points in the state He objected, saying; .
Cars. Jacksonville to .. w.T'bTilTutiphia'\ii: \It.m. i would l have to rs he wa.-i the offi-i j : AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRON
Bltepers Dining !
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It.m. : Sc-
.... .. the crowds of people at the I i
'New Y'k. >w..Tork.... .!!... isi:\>piii. among 1 cer. White replied that he had deputized -!! ''
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depots and on trains and all travel i Snyder and told him to (push I :...
Florida Special. rmiiy Except Sunday.: NO.SDMrlPtlon $ i
York and /
Hew( / .aveJarl.omllle......................1.1 p.m. lers will do well to use every precaution {: Carleton on in. John Dunan.e aid :
of this! ppuhrtrain deLux. It"annllh ............ ....... 5.1+!1 p.m.! '. I' ,
Thli train consists! of Pullman Drawing .. Ch.rleston... ..... .. ....... ... :?p.m.br'ary.Obe..n."UoD to prevent one of theseCrooks .1' C. I* Dorman who had come to the ,, ..<
Room Eltate Room.Hh.t'pln. and L1 ArriveRichniondM :..:........:.......:... '...,'Hi.m. I. scene at young Durrance's request,t ,I I 75I 1. 1010
rare, hHtM"S steam ti'ashington........... ........11,1.' li.W, from geUins his long fingers j jO
rlmanU t t nt.\\ ; ...I..etrll'r''. ................"..........I1si a.111. went inside the jo.il as did a'o : r.
it h'1.>> Ipt-elill)'lights lighted bring throughouthroughhoeut provided: be for each ?.. q New P6t'Ihlllld..l\ork. Pt-nn.h1n..H.....R..... 1.41p.m.. fnto their pockets any thime they i I White and Snyder with the men. ; : $ ..

.berth rZAr rt'adlp affording g at n perhf>.rt p comfort..... _In wrUlng_ i I't8..7th::' A,.t'., 5J: St.,._ 3.56 p.m. get into a crowd. . .. I I Young l>urrance testified that White: j 1 ..
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l Rave Jacksonville ............. 9.15a.m. *.t.* < : I turned to Bascom Carleton and saidl: {! : .
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t and West Indian Limited.. / Arrive savannah: ................. 1.20! p.m. I .
search 0.1.an !
I'd better !
.. Aupustii!: .. ....... ..... .... fl.ftOp.m.( The clean up policy being carried 1"1 guess :) : .
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DAILY. Carrying( Through Coaches, Charleston &46 p.m. out by Mayor Titus for the purposeof 'e if you have a gun or a ] and .
Irons
Rlchntond. . .6.18ant These the Standard Laundry arc
Elect -Lighted Pullman Drawing Room M!hinston;;.;i'.'..' ".'.'.'.'.. R.4lma.ut] having the city of Daytona thor Carleton. he then asserted drew the I i : are I lrCr1Crr1

Steeping Cars. Dining. Cars. Jacksonville "" 11.BxltlmorP.'Phtladelphta..lyBp.mtii0 .. ............ltl.t2a.in! !: oughly cleaned and kept in the best.I weapon and fired at White who fe 1 i for sale by r.

New York. V New York'! ............... l5tpni'! possible sanitary: condition should, at the report, and then firing at Sny- ,j ..

Coast Line Florida Mail. -- -i 'are Jacksonville ............. 7.'i., p.m. have the moral. financial and physical -:I'' der, w-ho ran over White's body and !i i .
Arrive Snvannah..1::(I.I) about 40 feet outside before he fell. : .
a.m. the
.. .. ...... ... support of every citizen of .
DAILY. Through Coaches! Charleston fi.1I511.m. it' I The Electric Ice !
Carrying N .. .. ...... H.lWlp.m. city and its suburbs. The question of The witness asserted that though Schantz )
and Electric-Li htpd Drawing Room ( .. wi'hVn . . .. IIJdp.nt.!!!; I in the he'' r
ton somewhat dark jail
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''' been was :
Gteping Cars. Jacksonville to New York Hiitimon ... ...... .I IJDaim::::! the sanitation is one which has
.. W. Phlllldt'lpbI .... X.4Ila.m. too neglected: in Daytona. and could tell by the light of the pi.tor"I ; .
long
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8top at Meal Stations.Lcal Nrw' york....... ......... ..1Ju.m.: that it fired by I5as -om. and Water Co. .
flash <
Sleeper Jacksonville to Savannah. this fact is shown by the deplorable was I .
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Best Trains to the West. conditions which have recentlybmen I Carleton. lie heard some one yel', ..
found by the officers in various I'"Kill 1 everybody inside and out.sid-'. 00.0t1/0....00tI1..Ot.000....... cec8.............0001. ...1....

Nos. I I5r I--Nos.32nnd I parts of he city and its colored s.i-j too," and hastily fled thinking thar:
No. ::1:1. I
iIIIllr No. Z? South AUntie Limited Montgomery Route '. II lid \I.') i iI
,i burbs. Get busy and clean up before : the gun was going to be emptied ateveryone. .1......

ti.lt4fpm LT.... Jal'k"o1l1t> .Ar n.is: 1111Il.JIjam S 151i111 1.\'. .lIl1'ko-III1\.III.\r.I: 7Js l ant the officers gtt to you and iss.lethe : ..................................1.'..MM......... ..
1111 'r..paint, .. L"III.:: JlIII "'; IIIIIt.rIIIlIhIIIII"r: '.. ..I.,.' 11'1 11m necessary orders. i \\'. M, Johns, John Hurra nee an I .

t lEn s.'I .1t11'1It 1.41111111 Ar-\r. RI XIl rumIm hvllle..M.:hruu..I., c.4t1..1U;jllm :..:..:. 1 C. L. Dorman each testified aon\r! i T:

(II 8.45 pm 4r..1'Inelnmtl.. . iv. "'./MI"IIIf.IO 1.1111111Ir.! ... Jo'IIII'lIh": ..t.v.' :1.Ulllm : practically the same lino. Iiot:'ula'I Magnificent Trains A I a.
am Ar.......(' 'ugo..l.t 9.stpwNo 1 ...1111111Ir... ... "'I. I""ul.. .. ....ln. fl.IOJltll, Subscribers to the Daisy: News who .
I / I! 1I.JSllml.\r.. ...'.hkll_u..I.' CI.II'IIJ:! ,' grabbed at the pistil win n ibis!; < 01 i .
I tailed to get their papers yesterday: 4 .
Carleton 1'iId: li:i ai.d i is is j :sue"h d! Limited"I
I hate} the full consent of the publisher; "Florida .
t4. Dixie Flyer Route :So.I.'). :So. t". Seminole Limited No. fI3. tii> otln'i.. < tli m-ii! :un.lilxd: li in l by t.i- r
I to give vent to their feelings and t'\: .. .. o Southern Southeastern Limited" jj f '"
-- >hould> r .n: d trci'!:: unl: --I't": ] > : .
'.!Spm (s..Jueksnnvlllr..1r 7.slam10.ffipm 1I.llIl'm ,,Lv..Jark.onvlne..Ar'. '' 7.usutlu.tipinLtr..11'avero. ; prtss their opinions by ni-sini; on' '.>d bin: {. i "Jacksonville-Atlanta Special" .
Ar.\Vmlero., .Lv 5 UmnmTt : ; .. ....1.d..'" UIII the Florida East Coast railnad.! .
m..r..itlanta..I.: :::::: : ::::::;.: : ::: 2.:,.mini :.\r...... ..\JlltD '"... .. 1.\. t.: *iii11.puun I ,. --- "Florida Special" I .
nil 'S 8.45pn' \r.. ... 1-\1111.\1111': 1.tI.tilllll \r .. .Jlrlllln: ham .l.m .....)pin With the usual pm-aution |.rircd; :: : .
6.48 aims \r... C'hkaeo .1.\ mi._i \,IIr.floaln 7.I.1:111111r .. ... "hlt'lleu . .. 1.11.liO i 1111I'' by all who derend on the Sl''ke i .
Ar......Mt. l.oui, .... J.\ "'':''-' ..:' 'III..I.\r..t. Luulr..1.v",liXttll: I persons O
I \ of this unertaia railroad: paper( RICO WOMAN 111RAILW'Y .
---- Ol I-IE g .
For Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or WriteA. I was ordered from Jacksonville: 1'ar I !! I II ..

W. FRITOT. Division Pass. Att. W. D. STARK Traveling Pass Att. enough ahead to give t"ie ro iddays r.m:. 0

several of and hath" - --- - .
1M WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FLA. I grace i i --- .
IS SUSPECTEDAND
supply of paper far in advance of the FLORIDA SPECIAL. SOUTHERN'S SOUTHEASTERN .

.....................................................; I theme it would be needed by the Daily I West and. Northwest. LIMITED. i .........
News. The expected delay in the Washington. New York and the East.
I_ STEAMER Lv Jackm'onv'ilie..4( a. in. ---- ii
handling of the freight
TomOKa River shipment: was SEARCHED. i Ar Atlanta .... ... ... ..5.00p.m.' I\ Jacksonville 'J-tIU a fl.I I ........i
: Cherokee experienced 'but when the d lay began Ar Chattanooga ...........ij.35 p. m. Lv Savannah l.lOp.n. .

I to drag out day after day and .\ Cincinnati..............a.OO a. m. Lv Columbia .40 |I'. mAr ..
I Ir
: FoR : there was r.o paper: in sight a hurry --- I Louisville ...............s.40a.'\ m.r Washington '..)3) a. riAr .
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I order was sent in by expr- '), this Chicago ...................5.25p.m. Ar Baltimore.fI.O':1) 1:.. .
: DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. : handled: in the : WlfE OF SAVANNAH" BANKER Ar CIf'n.l iDd..3.1.'i' p. m. Ar ThiladHpLia: I..'.:.I f f' n,. I ..
.. shipment being stni"way. i Ar Detroit. ...... . ......4.00p.m. Ar !Xw: York -' 31 p mFLORIDA .
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The result: was that because of .
The largest fastest and only boat at the. --- ---- -- - .
J ; stopping the kind loving and areommodatin:; HAS" THRilLING I EXPERIENCE. : .

: upper cabin. : disposition" of the operating officials: LIMITED. JACKSONVILLE-AILANTA .

1 of the Florida Ka-t Coast railroad t 0 West and Northwest. SPECIAL. .1 : StJ:: t
aDd Atla.la
Between Jacksonville
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'SHE AND DAUGHTER COMPELLED -
t First-class Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin.I t 'I with their lirLelpo'k Jacksonville! s.0"> p. m. I .
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the Daily News was unable .to get .\Atlanta: . .j.20a. na. Jacksonville: '' {> ''' .
:...................................................: : t-ioush; blank! paper to print t'ie, TO DISROBE WHILE CUSTOMS : Ar 1 lJi-\'ilh' \. .!)5 I p m Ar Maron: \ , : ". 11 ..

__ ____ Art 1 -iniiati ... .... .. S.H.1: \Atlanta 7 I I., a
. . .. .., --- ---- ---- n I whole edition yesterday. The xpri I m.- p m. .
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IllhlIlIltI \! '\! !- .! !t\\\! !\\C \ \!\!\!\! OFFICERS SEARCH Art lii.aeo 7 45 a. um.1r .

,111111111 Steamers U.S.A.AND r.ce of the Daily News was nwely! 0; : iMroit...... ......... i.3ta.. iii.AsketiBe.. N CAr ''I I ..
a repetition of the -xperience of >racaiy CLOTHING FOR GEMS. .
Louisville | I ItirininKlmm 12.15 noon l.v Jacksonville < cu.i I .
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tm: -: ; ill l busine-s mea ,!<>n; Che line I Kansas: <'itv..1(1.5!( a. in. Ar .\.twvlllp '".lal. .
J I of the East Coast, and in the meantime XKW \ 01:1la1'I1: IT-Mr..h: & : .r.i .- ; Ar .,,'. adnSIrir 1; 's..... s.Ii a. Ar Cintinuatill ; "" a :'. : _--

I Hull, \vli': of ilir ..',l' ,: .r .
Nashville Constitutionare the trains run when i -t Iili !pi'i -:tr.: o I
they g'tremmdy -
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ollll t-tlbub' tr-.lli-.IIUMI. {I. 'In'lII .ll..h'.j.f
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and please, and Flagler looks the -Mrr liai.ts; National; I hank cj i .. . . .
: I !I lriw ISiMMii: >! tt> I "
n in.i n mi' |>"'' : -I lun.in : \ 1.I i 10'.
and chuckles. I I flTTlfKKT: "KMrK. ..: N". min Wr.JtT! KY I.1".1 I \, .1't \
on And the people lit
th" riclic!
Suinnl or
: :! one : t m I uin : .. '
IuhItILiIfl Railroad I KOII'lilliinin" lk'-<-r\itloiis: ;iiiiM'oiiin| I< I iiloriiiiitinii.' ciniiii' I'
i now running betweenDAYTONA still and allow him to stand on their I .. ....t
i the .outh, unU l her d-nuhrer I I./:! I R. B. CREAGH. Trav. Pass. Att.. G. R. PETTIT. D P A. .
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necks. I Hotel Despland. Daytona Fla. Jacksonville,, Ha I 1'1
i -- - -- and I .;..;..... alJt>t h.'t'r.. victims today nn' Hi.- JNO. L. MEEK A. G. P. A.. Atlanta Ga. I I ..
I \J' I arrival of time Lusitunia from Emi.op.-: ;i I

Montgomery Route. I*v PALM BEACH WHEAT TRADE IS LIGHTON I' of one of the most remarkable limits: ..................................................... ...
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GOOD CROP REPORTS. for a diamond necklace" by .
A.C L... S.15 pm ::1' I tr'al1l'I!I .
in the of the =3
agents history
haD1 ............12.22 pm 5, : _

................. 7.55pm |' I market opened easier and with light department. I I : C L
Leaving Daytona Saturdays and I The women were forced t41 dsol.mwhile : : ---------- --- t
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. L. & N...... 7.40am I :
trading on lower cables and .
good
their clothing, shoos and l l'n
'., Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. I .......
I 1 crop reports. May was quoted at\ their hair was setirrlwd l for tin-!

Flyer Route. bound South. :fll :-VSc. Provision* were lower with 1 gem*. The search failt>ci. TimIt u' I


I : ', .\.C.L... S.2o: pm g. j i Leaving Palm Beach Saturdays May pork. $Ii.!;; lard, $'j.77; rib':. men: .were Hull hysterical i is also pr after si idHt.I time.r, .; th
...........11 37 am |, and Tuesdays at 9:00: a. m. nominal. Hops; were!ow and steady Prairie: IVLble! I'hosphatv ".! ,,..t l\ I .

!;; .... ............. G1; am ; bound North.I'rtnrm and catt'e strong. I of Florida.SBOND LENGTH 150 FEET ..

_ !i With excellent accommodations and service i hu : l-y .
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I -t: -org. Itn-k : r .c5 e

i Limited. j I electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passfucr: ; .

,' A.C.I.... S.l.; pm j I F. E. C. TIME I TARLE EI is now being operated betweenDAYTONA III ...

I L. & N.....12.20 pm ? McCOY EFFECT J4\U.\Irv .. Ion I

.................. S.JJ pm !. BROTHERS I. .. :.... ..
U"TII Bot'srU..I.: "'' .
; >...... .. G.4.3am r. -- --- N..atmm- -I1M'\I.-It- 1m I I' I and 11I

................. S.40 pm | :17 r5 7 I iii al: i 21) :uf :tt Ot6! H... a.
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Seminole ...
I (.) .............. 1.05am ti*I LimitedSOLID --- ---,- - !I I Ii .
I PALM BEACH
*: TRAIN .. !JIJI..... :! lip; : I 12 11; Ii /MIa I !', :11at; Ja.-l.I"n\iII.: :' :iI'I'1.. :m 1:111 I "ii" ;'.Mtml ..
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: m' II :!:t' 1 : i1" lu Ilia -.tli St. Augustine ; IO,1 1\ li'1 1' : 111', II ismmi 7 ;."
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-clas Electric Lighted: | Electric Lighted Throughout. 12 :.'::<1 m amp I 3 i1p '' 12: :;'))1 II"I :gyp Ormon.J :t p :i :-11 II J.a !1. Ua: 4 Ld; -- *
I I: ;\th: :; inp, 4 u.li 1: 4"1' tI'l' Daytona :: '' :110"11 i I .
I i 1 wlm II :;mmi m. : m:r 4 ;;;: ; .
I Lights, Dining Cars | : :':>>1 .w:p.., tl lC'1' 4.p i lip" "c"'l..dlZe" I"_ Uti' I 14.p !. i!." 7 :.':0 '.':0 I i
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I-IJOHN 7 4:011 :: 7a1:: i I is ::011 i :.11 !1' : \\.l'almBtach, ; IU, !1. 4 IIIt :: mra :' y :." .
a la: Carte. f I ::1' Jt11 2 :+'11 : :1111/ Ir ."'mm 11 I J ap' "iam! :. ;1\." 7 1011 : "'II 1 ..;", 1.1' I :. \


i m I : and Intermediate !Kt! t .
I &Nashville Points. through' the: Pichin me .
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This
schedule is
R R. R.R published as a matter of news to readers of .
s I the Daily News and not as an : and Indian 1 Rucr outc. J .......

: Fla. Pass. Agt. I adverttscmcnt. I Leave Daytona Thursdays 8.00 an J

Bay St.. Jacksonville Fla. CHICAGO ST. LOUIS : Leave Palm Beach Mondays 3,00 am JHOK
Z ....0410.......+O..G s.o.e..G..8..e..... 0 .......
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Shingles Flooring. Ceiling: Erick Lime and Cement in Stock .
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Exists Today In Rudimentary FormIn HOTEL CLARENDON
t j NEWS OF THE HOTELS Man's Bra-n _

The best. kinds. of : .il 1 Daytona, Florida The Greeks were, unwittingly I very .. .w SEABREEZE ..
market near an :iiutuuiii truth whvn they '
t a ij] ].1RH'eIl.t : FLORIDA :
? s : NOW OPEN ascnlKil tn < rrtiin inou-tN i-ahetl c c-\- :

Pin clops: [ only one eje upiece. which was I
: J I anna's: at the Saratoga Irn pla'e 11 in the enter lit their forelicad4.TI Absolutely J) :

IR L. M. .W A IT E. Owner, and Manager. i ii a are Mr and .Mi'F S \ViUiams M rs- .e cyolopen' : eve exists t.xl.t;:> in : fireproof : 5-

.f \ E Ole:-;'lNett, York city, H Gei er. tLe tinin.of; ineii in a rnil'Uient.iry' (

i Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all St Louis Mo. form. I.r in the pineal glainle; : li.nl; .

any condition.time the last re..ties of that whkh \\ .1" : \Now Open :
f Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat.: Every Modern I I
\Vm. P.errelIamiil of Columbus once a third eye and wui<-b l 1'lOkt'll out

.. I Convenience. Send for Booklet. Ohio, representing the Baldwin Tool Into tie wond. if not from the enter .
oil : :
'. CONCERTS DAILY.Summrr Works, of Parkorsburg'a.., wa3 of the forelicad. nt least. from \', ,i-y Booking OWen:
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ar a e i f . Seabreeze Florida E_ L. POTTER President .
'. near that i>oint. There!: alne ttxhij: a
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gu < in city Hotel Wednesdayand : : Hotel Blackstooe Chicago :
W. S. KENNEY:
&i .' f Address: ATLANTIC HUt'HE) NnrnipanMtt':: I>lt-r. !Kluxlc Mand.II : I Thursday and while: here hunt- little creature whit h would put to 1180 Broadway New York : Manager .

...............Mi t................................................ ed up friends the Cincinnati shame the one eyed nmv.inre; antl J1&. Mr. Foster .
among .. .
1iSOSStiI t< I pride of l'ol!\l'llt'U1tJs and Anii.: i ..................... .............................
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lJlcpe ate in the ciiy.:
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Cronies and !' l nil the rest
Ster.ges' nn<
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} i Among the recent arrivals at thee days of myths and myth makers, inhabited I Located in the Most Beautiful(
I' ; Kidge\\fc> are G L Taft San Diego, Sarato a Inn
the "fair Sicilian I ile.
i II THE RIDGEWOODE. Miss Spot cn the Halifax( River... ...
; ; W. Babeeb Xew York, II F The animal in question U a small ,

I. !] L- i : Shufelt, Ili&atonic Mass J Kierman.E , lizard called Calotis. Its well developed JOHN J. McGUIRE Proprietor. !

t D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. :Y F Smith, Jersey City N J, Htnry |I third eye is situated in the top of TITE INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath No better.

7 I I Kelly. Katham Kelly, Malm/ Kelly, !! Its Lend: end can: be easily seen Florida. Table of the best of everything in season Terns as reasonable as I

i NOW OPEN. 'i; Brooklyn Miss Haskins, Milwaukee, I through the modified and transparent ]I' the service will permit given on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No. 112

; Miss; Evans;, Marion 0.Mr. scale which serves it as a cornea.Many Suess-soosssoelss............ .....sosssssessSe ..
i 1 other iacertilians hare this thirdI

sweating over a All departments will be managed by white Northern help, i and Mrs. W. ohne and Mm. I eye. though Is not so highly organ, .. .................N.S...NN...... ......N......

days trying to get. t I selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white :I E. A. Lisa, a sister of Mrs. Bohne ;i.! !zed as it Is In the species Just mentioned I: THE BENNETT :

done on time when t help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied :, of Toronto. Canada, are registered A tree lizard which Is to be, found in : i
0 n..os ri.omn.v.Now
: S; at the Despland Jiotetl. Mr. Bohne the mountains of east Tennessee and upn' h 1 ,, 1 1t.! thud! .IM.II 11111101 i th., lit" 'Inl! linn"iu< 'J'I', II' \ MI : 1S I .
with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the u brother of .Ins I; Tohne: ., , . .
a Frederica
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: Kentucky has Its third eye well de |iiniri> I<" ii'. < -t.! ii 'Ih.1 I n! "i .at-II-1..L.--n.: I \ i \ I.i :i-! I :
: I-':lltllll. al' -HlM, I'111! t.ll.l. \\ hll. 11'1''| "\-.I I III.Ml. I III llOl-, : a I > .r. !Lu>'!.. I 1 ,
'f, finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, \Vhitestone, I.. I., who has beta veloped. This little animal Is called 0 ul Inu.pll.' |,|| r.l llllll a lo.-litloll 1, 01, l>ll\s. ll.lUI lK,lll. ':udt Hld_. M.MH.1.! .\. .. r.... ,t. .
:ic IRONy i lOC ited over the Women's Exchangeon : the "singing[ scorpion" by the mountaineers 1 in- -oui'Is. .niitf..'. Hot.I will, U o|1" II', itn." nioiitli/ nl ,\I.I'll.| ,

r Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. i, Volusia avenue during the wine On dissection the third eye : Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages Marklehead Massachusetts :

t :.e................................................. I ner. .f I J will be found 1 lying beneath the skin. ...S.......SN.SNN..NNNN...0.e...e.......S.S... d dI

I It has a lens, rl'tillland optic, nerve.I .- I
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t Late arrivals! at SchmiJt's holei
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f are Mr I and Mrs D Show, W J Cal- THE PROSPECT

THE PRINCE GEORGE lager, Cleveland, 0, E W I. I BEAUTIFUL LEAVES.And I
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i[ Toledo, 0, Mrs C Eisfeldt: : I 109 South Ridgewood Ave. _
the Cells That Give ThemTheir
Tiny
i S DAYTONA, FLORIDA : X Y, Miss I L Fields. Xew York 22 rooms-II with baths. Two blocks from R. R station and Post-onVe. rI
Brilliant Hues.A .
: Hilyard & Holroyd, :Proprietors :I City C W Baldwin. Virginia, A 0 I I Steam Heat.
leaf Is one of the most boautlfnl I
-: Bolts Mrs C D landis De La.nd. Mrs /If\( Mr. Foster p. j. DOYLE. Proprietor. j
I I things In nature, and It is very wonderful ,
| Irons and' = WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL MAY 1st. :: Nellie Barrs, Kalamazoo. G C Zaring. -I:I to think that It owes' Its lovely : 99999990999999999999999999t999999999999999999999999(.

are Jacksonville, T J Dolhe, L WI, color to minute little living bodies or ;
1i Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. D lhe l Orlando. cells of chlorophyll This word comes ......................... .............................. -.

Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. I from two Greek ones chloros. preen; I JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. _

: Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. At the progressive;:; euchre party and phullon. n l leaf, and Is used to J HOTEL SENECA 1-oltNKU: l'fIMHKANNT. - : J I

White Help in Dinin Room. dgscrjb the< ordinary coloring matter .
1 held at the Dtspland:; Thursday evening I ENTIRELY NEW. .
I
ctric Ice I e: :Mrs. D. II. Taylor of Pitts- of vegetation. 'I : .
i PrinceGcorgo Pier l" th1 only landing( In 1'iijtonn' fort{"t. Au tr-Um' t-nil I The chlorophyll cells or granules : Albert Bennett Proprietor C. R. Bennett, Manager :
Beach twats. Particulars *lth pleasure! : burg, won the lone hand prize on
: Pftlm I absorb the light and !heat of the !sun'srays ': .
the cut, :Mrs. J. 13. Downing of : : A Ni.v !'tartfor Sit-. I'. 01.10.|>l It..,lin!. U'nt. r. st.niiill.nl :mil, I'lioti* in, I-\: r\ *
and In some marvelous way.
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Co.:: I : Same! Management as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N. J. deport: : 0., won the fist: lad\Iid-I: I which only sl'\\ienttets can understand, : Kooin.hitt K. 1"\ k. Thn.uhullt. -,4.f( Mr. Footer :

: +/!*% Mr. Foster prize.. K. It. Creagh of Jacl..,> : \' manufacture the sugar which Is neres .....................................................

....- ...........................................1SI.Sr.1e.1 won the first gent's prize, and ;Mrs.Wo.'Uniigtfen nary for the life of the tree itself by ...........-..-.....-..-...- .-.-.-.-.--.- .-.-.-.....................
of Dttioit won the ton- combining t the Carbonic acid pas of the .

,Milutlo.i; prize. atmosphere with the water drawn ill H H. MANWILLER Proprietor
.I.l.BtBOItieiOltll.l.Btl.........l.l.I.l.l.l.l.l.l. __ I by Its root*. These tiny cells are 'i'> : NEW SEASIDE INN DAYTONA EEACH. FLORIDA :
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II:,cent arr ale: fit The Oaks arc: I very small: that: as many: ns!' .400/tfn/ ( : This new :Iud select Canuly hotel Ii..s tu.t i 'been mlnijcJ and r"' lu uistttt!: :
I
: THE NEW GABLES : William Ilyxbe and wife, Mrs l.lol'pht'r. a'' have been counted In a square mill! for the season 1910-11] tc meet the re'l\lIrt'n1t'II" rt i its riwuiK" "" : ( atitua.-:;
meter of the leaf of a castor oil plant:
rains I ILimited" .'. Vinton la. Mis Edward ( : Furnace Heat Hot and Cold. Baths KUctric! and Oas; 111..1 I ht" CaltH.N: \ !I :
j and In ord.-r that they may come ii: I
: J.'I' st, Altos i :Maude Frost Towanda : Rates 52.50 per Day and L'p..ard. Weekly Rates on AppbcaliooU :
: Daytona, Fla. contact with :1 i<;riiich sunlight :I"; pus
4 S .I I'.i. I. II Bet.Min, Xiltts ;Mich ;Mrs sable the loaf turns slightly! } on Its stalk .. in in.' i .\01011'1,1 i !! I I i III K.\ M.Ir iL.I: >" i lt.'"\ N I lf ..

f ;. x NEW LOCATED.HOUSE.EVERY CENTRALLY MODERN .:1 II'-my .\1li'OIl.1i.4; It Allison, Fit 1'11- toward the sun.: _._._._._._._._.-....__._._._u......................................
: + r hlll' Mass, Mrs; Fannie. found: ('.>r-! If notice the arrangement of the
r CONVENIENCE AND = I you ..e.............. ......................S.NS.S.SNI .-
)ecial" COMFORT. .. .. (11..11'! Ja, :.Miess:; Sara MulLs, Cochran leaves on a bough; you will see that .

I E, na, Mr and Mrs L It Mu.holl.nul. : nature has placed them so that they .

Ii : wo Steam Heal Throughout : Mils! K Mulholland], Miss\ .1. form an almost i-erfect "lisht; screen" f: "The Ivy I Lane Inn"A :
; and catch all the sunshine that thereIs.
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:11ulhiland,
K I:; .Mulholland, St Umis
i : S. H. MOSELEY. : If It were not for the constant : High Grade House catering to tie most part.cu'ar!' pecple Central location, :
ILW'YtN'S :\10. lU-rlMrt fakes and \\ HI'. ;Mr> SI'
i r-= a psa ew! ri pts''ei-' I Proprietor. work of the,.> little chlorophyll cell; S3.00 and S4.00 per day $17.50 and higher per week. :
).11\\111, Mrs ('haullcl' .\ Smith :
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I Ivm :S : Pi.rk.\1'I1I1I.tllll.1'hlOlI..aIIIlalltl N. Y.. turnip oiiniini l i o1 l .: M lb.! E Vera Simla:., Jersey: Cit.. I II the wither splendid and die trees and In there our forests would would be no .. Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ, Proprietori ..
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Ii S I green things left In the \\"orlll.-I..on- : ./ ; Mr. Foster !

SOUTHEASTERN i : ./ .k Mr. Foster : Itl.t'l'ar. regitratons!: at the tia! don Home Notes. .........4O.....*..*.44.*O*............99+9+9+9+9+.
LIMITED. Ihs are Dr E J: h I Southern and wife --------- I
New York and the East. .....s1.1.IS1.....1S1................................ 9G9999999.9999999949Da #
:Miss: J J Southern, Philadelphia! Mr The Secretary Bird. 999999999999909999999999999999+ I
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........... 9.00 i and Mrs II 11 annxl) Baltimore, Mr The Ions Il-;:grl South African secretary E. H. PURDti' I'r1ep. i ,
ah .............. 1.10p.m.6.40p.m.a. in.. 1-.1.1.tot.u...........ISIS.SISISUS11............1SISs .. :and Mrs F I> Sarjji-nt, Mary T and birds travel In pairs male and THE SEVILLE >tou;&. .. Horul i is I

ia .............. :,;",-a&&d .1 ("...1!} t... ix..o.:, M..SMr: ; female. If disturbed} or pursued their! i s I

gton ........... 8.53 a. m. 5 THE HAMILTON and Mr:: .F C Uunckle**, Concord X ; pace I Is about a
.Dre ..............10.02a.m. I II. Mr and :Mrs J II I Kirk Mrs Ceo I horse.! They seldom use their [ Surrounded by Spacious Groniids, in the most delii:htiiil | .irt .1! this! Cit., !!
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12.23p.m. wings and if compelled to do so can the aiui \
markets afford :
II Parks Wheeling. W Va. J E The guests receive the best the iu : dining rtnin tviicomlort
ork.............. :2.31 : New andjFirst Class .: i I
p. Smith (CaldAvell!l, O. 11 .\ SIatJ.lin I soar to a considerable height: They and convenience that a well regulated: hotel can a"u U tin puHii.999999999999999999C999999999999999999 : I
S build nests':, and where trees are I ISISUII
bulky 0 SMN...eS
m.'I and wife Bu.t s. Fla, Mr :uuJI..!sM
--- to I lie tied they .Il..t! one fifty to a --- -
ONViLLE-ATLANTA 1 S : i I': Peikham. X \\' (,K. H I. (G: .\ "
SPECIAL hundred feet si I'!,otlio ground Their ...1.....1...a...I.m..C....
: Dixton and! wife Tonaua.la: I'a.: :Miv
: Electric Electric Bells .
Steam Likhts
Heat
nests! art built of sticks and s0l1IIIIt.d ..
Jacksonville and Atlanta.yule 1>.\ Y Il'-.o\: I II I I i i'-i. 1 j I
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with grass and measure as mix : The Cleveland 1
.. .........$.50 p. m. il : Elegant Rooms, with or \\ithout.Kaths: : --- t five feet In diameter and three feet in : ... i1 l ." I :
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...4.3.1 .lnlong recciu( airi\ai! a:. tits I <1'- -. '. \- 'c.IlI.t.t1.l.d! '
a. m. "',' \\ J. sIti I 1.; \
rule ;
'' thlc-kncss. As a only two ecru's : op .
... .:: :. :::..:.7.45: a.: in. S. -- -- -- - p'and.: anCharlet: Bailex ('.1':0. :; I'rB.tilt'y. : Liid Incubation takes six \\oi-i. B. ..1:1-1-: It h ..,,' :..,1 1,11..a..el.I.I.I..I.a.l\ 1

Isheville. N. C. :. F.ttyJtirg: ;, Mr aid Mi.s .r .\ which Is: dune fiy the f(>malt': 'li-! > .O..I.m.rec zal.t. a1e. .
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: MRS.\ I. M. MABBETTE\ Proprietor AS W I P.e..t. XI'HI dod.! MasKo> 1j I young: have: to n-n.-ilii: !h their mi>i-;
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yule J 00 a. at.e I HO..SH 0..0009.Oari t s it s fk 10 tseQ C.>D0"". SOSCS sOS ._
.. . ...7 00 a. mS.OO B: j I Smith, T F Caftrty. E W W \0 k several months before they can stand: 1

au . ...... a. m. f) : Palmetto Avenue /K Mr. Foster DAYTON; FLORIDASCHMIDT'S ( :I i ind \\ ite\, .-vv York, .1 J L Silo! on their lonsr. !'lenr! l le;,'s;. which :ire t i THE AUSTIN i

'. '! ::11111 wife.Vakefi. Id,. It I. Vr; :aid: very weak :and brittle. The joting' ; {

hi. (I ronchrsnn ic. I Scientific OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA FLORIDA I t _
.i ((KKMXVII.K.I F'1..1. '.:: ", .I 1Iill'IIf''.I. Hint; nit! Mi< h' American: | I

m.PETTIT.ooiinnuiilcal.-D. P. A.with. I .........1.............1SIS1.Si.11.1.1.1SISISUSUS1.1S I I, ..11. Mrs: (' A Way. lIauel'ilh'a".1! : I, Old Time Theater Rowdies. |v G.1'. S\\AN Propnetir t I t I 1Z 1\ i
r. Miaiul; Mis! Willis lloj-t, .\ .G: Hot 2 Electric Lights and Call Bells. Steam Heat Hot zed CM Vtatcr! A
Jacksonville, Fla. I1.h.I-i Rowdyism: in London I theaters was: a .
: HOTEL : X.-\\ York Mr 'has A hush ,
Ga.
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common o'urrl'we in the old days as 9999999999999999999909999999999999099999999999999+
X Y. -las B Bush Was'irnr"on.: ]I 1I 1
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Is shown by the f .ll .wiug; from the I II
1999999999999999+* : Henry Schmidt Proprietor, Daytona, Florida : E A Mutt Ituffao.: W Bohie and i London Post of Oct. 27, 1JS: I

: Situated on the bank of the Halifax River one mile from Atlantic : wife Miss IA Liss. Toro..to. tan. | Two men In the pit nt Drury Lane 9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999MRS I
: Ocean. It has fifty rooms single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms f
theater last nisht! were so turbulentand .
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. are large airy and nearly all have sunny exposure. The cuisine and serS Recent( arrival at the City Hotel riotous during; the last act of'henry I THE[ PINES I. .. M "
: vice is admirable. Rates, $3.00 per day and up. Special rates for families : \ matt! ?
0100 OOON! :are" .I I Sloman! Xew York. X Y. II .1 V.: that the performance was I

.. on application. S Pierce, Syracuse, A :M Gasvd.im.x... Interrupted upward of a quarter of an f An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct I , N I

...1..........................I UISISISIS1.SISIISI.1. X Y. \\' A "Fair Rk-hmond.. J.Itl hour. The audience at last: asserted: supervision of the proprietress. t I

I! i! Set'ombe and wife Miniie.ip'<> iV their power. and turned them disjnvx: 338 South Ridgewood i Avenue, DAYTONA FLORIDA I !
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i \\ IVflre H IVt (,1.\ ..' <'. fully out of the theater. This should : i
\ t. >"'m tn. a"" 2 Sang, nan.r.cntr.1, t .-the! N. M.. I L/ A'I i f. I
WANtI .1SISIS1s..1.1.ISI.1.101SIS1e1.1SISUS1.1e1.1.1....... <(1>. .\ .J I Turner Chicapo. G;.0 B Ea- always be done to crush the rate "fdisgusting I INOS
l'UI'Pil'tbat are a constant ....HHIHe..HOCeoeo............0.50 M <>
ii:in. Atlanta. F XI I McI'beiMMt and
| I : 113 South Ridgewood Avenue. : nuisance at the .playhouse every
THE MAGNOLIA< I \\ :if... Tampa. Fla. O S \VatroiilnidU ; -. I
I 0 LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. : night.! -- -- --
: i 11 town. Conn. .F llu.'ll!1 ,FmImit. -

service, lighted by i : Fresh milk, vegetables and fruit on the place. Furnace heat. RATES: S2.CO per : i Boxtoit.: Msi**, W A Vi-ox.;! :- Uncle Hiram Hooking; at bathtubs in The WillmerCon The OSBORNEOnl. ,I IA
3in a plumber's window*-Well. I swan: I
passengers day and up; $12.00 per week and up. shill !?.inX. Y. (' B Monran. p.oi.i.: II.!! I I
ii : I've heard that there here =New Yorkers 1S !, I: t'1 1 I' t Stt INI I'., ;
Iween I I It! H It S Bishop E1 \ .....,ial. : '
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CELESTE HINKS Proprietress. : are pretty 1.1It 1 I ,n-. ., . ,
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ii i : Mr. Foster MRS. >111'l'oSt..1 'v r'at'c! : K> t>n:s 1<(" Mi"It'"l.1"
S \\ "f 1'f'i: ry. I II i lo.t'nl1I'IY': i Sin:'!11 i. I they had th''ii--i k t. t l ik l;.- a ia.-'!: I't f.tl.!.jI I.- I Ml. ;. "* 1 1111'1"> [ I.'lo f I. I ..
............1.1S1...............1.1S1e1.1............ FI"\!!: \ .I I H.i'ii; : ,::. \\' P 111'I.I I.. K- bath Iu the front \\'jI.\!! .. :-.Tu'l.LI, I ka'ts .'Jtrate -- t. -,> tMI.r' j A.. .1( 'I .

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and i .II\ .1: brary. It.1111: iK.itt.ii K Orange
I 1 312 'Palmetto'Ave: Daytona. fla.
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CHI I THE IMPROVED QUISISANA SPA AND HOTEL ..................................................... I 1 J

: CITY HOTEL : The HARLAN THESES Lake Helen Fla. : }
i ; !| GREEN COVE SPRiNGS FLORIDA : I i

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& DAYTONA. FLORIDA. Thirty Miles South of Jacksonville. The Oldest Watering Place in Florida : I :

New Ownership and Management a x ' . ': . .\ : t
American Always ,
a Plan open
I Good Service HOTEL Ir'1'' ;';, :. ; ; 1'1,1.: : . .
Enlarged .
Renovated and
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'icturesque Halifax .. .. Management H. C. F. DOHM. BATHS 'I': .,:?. :" ,:... : :.'... : : .. .. ,. .

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8:00: a. m. I SAMUEL: II. GROSER Manager ......................................... .... ........ .

.. 8:00: a. m. g /JjMr.. Foster

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CMSSTKR PALMETTO : HOTEL INDIAN RIVER i >AM'0' .". ,IIOUll xfI !
i iy : THE 'rI I ] '] OAKS.I

[ ; ., Well Known and Popular. TONA'; FLORIDA. | ROCKLEDGE.: FLORIDA. Hotel Indian River Co.. Prop'r! .l.\\ .\UI I 'I \ MMII' .
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.. .: .. : : '-: {::0t Misses :Mitchell and Gertrude Randall ber. I ORMOND-ON-iHE-HpLIFpS J

:tjit: BIE } ? Doings I cut for first prize which: was won by.:I t :Mrs. :Mollie! J. Hunter sister. to'Mrs. .
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Hit .;- 1 )L: tJ 'tV .D'L..q.1Ilr'_! at Daytona Miss MiTochell.: j'[, : Harris, bs pcrchastd: a ht l on'l' 'RMONDUS. thof- Daytona miles, WASSd :

r a H. F. Stewart has: given E. E. Palmetto avenue Margaret: :\laIIo}'. t
? ,.. Beach a i f'd on the west Dri'eSfrigW
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apartment house scon to be erected'on Xe.t'e Kurtz has given up her j' .. the location i

11111111 LABREEZE and DAYTONA' I Bath street oppose he Seasde:' boarding house in Jacksonvil e to her, t' ..n permits 371-2
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CHAS. F. BEACH, two enterprising and DAYTONA DAYTONA: BEACH, :March 16.Dr.H. Inn. sister, Mrs. G. L. Johnson and is at'' c. loage&D4 Moo
towns the Hali- I r i-1 sanitation; 1'0
BURGMANTHE fax Peninsula progressive, are geographicallyone on BEACH H .Bowen leaves Thursday morn. farewell. party was given toJr.: home with her parents at Lone Bay. ,' dt-vatlon U su i iI

although incorporated as sepa- ing for Ellis Kan., to attend annual uecKer, who has he'd tae po ition of: The Lamours gave a banquet at the ,'rh and Ideal for Ormondmid I .
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111111111 rate municipalities. The towns parallel PHARMACY conference.At clerk at the Seaside- Inn for sereral'seasons ':' parsonage Tuesday evening. Church i miter homes. A I

REAL the peninsula north and south a special bdard meeting- :Modayevening :: past. :Mr. Becker I left \Vednesday matters of interest to the commun ty I aide bridge con trh.rz deices
for a distance of from three and one- James F. Dobbin it was decided to ; to take a position: n-ct Ormond with o\er
undertaketo at the Con- were discussed.C. I coun--. MuIM EHU;
half to four miles, and extend east ProprietorDAYTONA 1 Ormond Beach. tie 71,100 >
I ESTATE and west from the surging seas of BEACH raise $4,000 to build: two additions tin>n.:11 Ic: :el at Atantk- Beach while E. Cook and wife, R. C. Mid- ,|! Many fine homesare t'cul I .. hcoun.nuw ... i iEarner

1111111 MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything Usually to the M. E. church. Jlrs. E. A. is under- the management of the;' dleton and wife J. B. Atwcod and maintained on lust ; stopgag:

I River, the beautiful tide water Carried In a First I"r; eman.1L5S: Lena Tomlinson and American Resort Ho'el company. :Mr. wife, :Mrs. M. L. Roper, a motoring j .-Itht-r side of the at ittrnIW
lillilli FOR Class Drug Store liver, most of them <<<.n..- Boti I L.9 !
stream that sets them from Dr. Bowen tSeoker's a. atatik
apart
were appointed! : on the genial, ob iging dispos :ion ;, party from Crescent City, spent Sun- | I
with which have close Our Prescription !surrounded by subtropical Director D.traep.ns.s
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Daytona
Itillijil SEABREEZEMMANSOPEIA communion by means of three Department Is Complete committee. They will hold a public has won for him many friends among! day at the Seaside Inn. Among the flora and Paid C..3

bridges, as well as a half-hour ferry In everyRespect reception at the church Monday afternoon the guests and habitues of the Inn. recent: arrivals "the following are shrubbery,besides CALL OXOR A

[ [ BOUSE service. at' 2 o'clock to rex:.-ive do- Miss: Lois VanVaizah: sang.the offertory i nctflllr.: : and Mrs. T. D. Stevenson thrifty orange and WRITE TOORMOND Population ;;

Plane 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are 'Phone 192 natiotfl: and .subscriptions.At solo at theIethcdtt: : ohurth I Indiana Mr. and :Mrs WilliamA. other citrus fruit 5J C.t t Per CDirrct.r .

essentially summer and hundreds winter resorts of- a citizens': meeting recently he'dat Sunday morning. She has a voice Anderson :Jit. Vernon. N. Y.. Geo. trees.rtrmnn/1. has many.. j MACONTHORNTON/ F I-,
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S01TAG new friends every year among those BRANCHNICHOLSON the Harroun'apartment house: the of rare sweetness. I I' Kacher, Conajohoni, X. Y.. Mrs. J. IJ.I attraction.'xed"- aBted W. "no

who desire to escape the discomfort & following nominations for town officers The Tofigny club held ltd regu'ar :Miller, Jlrs. B. :Miller Sault Ste. t l-nt atomoblllag, l the opPrs-. s oreltsus

ing extremes of heat and cold and were made for the following Tuesday eteningmeeting at the Sea-I I Marie Ont. I I II rood fishing, safe d.- ..tlI'
INVESTMENTCOMPANY their hotels and boarding housesare year: Major II. _. coating, and many y
I F. Thompson; aldermen . side Inn Tuesday: night Miss: Julia .
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now receiving splendid patron- AND LIVERY H.o'. Stewart Kingston I j pleasant drlr*s. IK ixINTKRKMTKIi ANY WAY aho..D w-
FEED and
William I
was hostess. .
I age from the most discriminatingclass I Gypsy Queens.On At Ormond lJo'aeb I : work c 'sate;
of tourists. STABLEAll Longee; marshal and collector, Goo :Mrs. Anna E. :Morris and :Mrs H. I ()('cnslonsmericn treats Its located the large IXJAS.rrniI-ERTY: : ItlJfUSI I' eonttne: : r ..ts

The ocean itself, with its marvelous Orders Given Jones; clerk and assessor, Harry A. S. Hills! of Cleveland 0., are among gypsy monarch with full regal pomp. Hotel Ormond, and ) OR trruth ("f'- > v

Desirable beach, hard as macadam and Prompt Attention Horn; treasurer, Laurence Thomison. the week's arrivals'! at Abe White ;'' Matilda Stanley was accorded an al- .ts l lesser sister, the 'H31oND f'rH In li*.) tt, -t

Locations in smooth as a floor, is the greatest attraction Careful Drivers The election takes place :March :_!:;. House. 'I' most royal funeral In 1S-.S at Dayton. Mr.. 'tton Inn. Therm.r 11. 11.11) (01\'" \'ocu 1 J91t.t c .

any part ofSeabreeze seem to,have although entered earth into, air a and combi-sky Familiar with Roads At the council mf'etinJondl': I Harry S. Arnold and friend- R. II. :I:: 0.. where ten years later another' to-iltlon> occupies overlookat a- h.0.\U"nUUQJ I'rnRlpt tUD :;) : 's

; night Clark G. Sni'th Coombs queen was crowned with all proper the Halifax and The f
nation to enhance its every charm. mad vertalapplic'aticn of Springfield; : a..>S., are at ; .-
The beach is the famous automobile E. A. BRANCH for a franchise to supply the White House. Harry Arnold is.I ceremonial. In England too. grpsp'queens hi* l.ittt-r has as its as tLc <
race course where world's I the have received all due outlook the mu;nl- ns ': 1.: M
every
Real Estate Agent town with water. Xo action well known here honor.// .
was having filled
Offices: EvansTllle! record has been made the M-.int beach and thero.id
straight-away Esther Fa a Blythe. who died in borraudlmrt d -1;
I Bench Cottnges takEn the J A
Indiana and I by council. Jas. M.: Dun- position of assistant' at the Seaorteel ., CilHUGItMOND.
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and all these records it continues to Atlantic. .
R hold without rivalry. i lap was granted privilege of put ins:; > (' for one or two sea>ons. :Mr.' on her visiting list and she too. had n Besides thy l.roiul. FLA.Manuftftnivrof. thinks .w ,
The beach has width of 300 to in two Tungstein lights in : I month beach there
a I 1 front of Arnold has a position with -an -insurance regular coronation. But. on the whole I of
500 feet and be used from two his : : ire ninny drives: for Pure I't'quirj
can I Home-
property Hath ; }; s
oil
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and coii.pany and stopped off the has had rood
II BURDICK SEIDEN'SDAYTONA I here reuse;:. not n very -' rrasoaJ 'Q' ii
and
hours after until two hours before Coates - irrlugea: "utoI -
I avenue. for a few days on his way farther time In Ilnglniul. An net of 1X12. for mollies around ur- GUAVA JELLY
CONTRACTORand high tide, thus giving! an average of BEACH I II I Delayed Legi
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Miss I.
15. Town of La.ns'ng.lkh.: ., OU.Ul. example in?le It a felony without monddrivestoand'hrough
BUILDER seven or eight hours for actomebil- I | : MARMALADES The d'T." rUUtlco t.
A>0TKOP.CAL
Oct luges a Specialty ing some part of each day. Dry Goods Shoes.Men's who has been visiting her hrnlht rand I Building and real e>tits activities I benefit of clergy to l>e merely seen O for groves of u c: tsus

Kst'ciates furnished Seabreeze and Daytona Beach each Correct family on Valley! street, left on continue good. Charles M. Baclus.I a month In the society of gypsies, I golds oranges ; PRESERVES '
All Work Guar- Wear [ of t )> ::1 .t
anteed.Seabreeze. have a permanent population of approximately Thursday for New Orleai<. where an IHinolsan: and friend of lr.1 j while for actually being; a ,gypsy:: nopunlshml'nt driie*through trop- SpecUl AttMtloa t. _
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1500. Sanitary ordinances Across from li-.tl forests. to Hpaii- F..a, Or sera archer ( J waf
.Florida The HeusldH Inn she will visit with was too en'rp.T.ondnStandml. ...
are strictly enforced, streets friends before returning Cherry, this week purchased a ;:- ,; i l-h rulm; drives to rwauT -- ..* ('fl1'U''t"" ; it!
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and sidewalks ,arc well kept, and home. foot front let of A. Vandevorde on '. !!ancient C'uu- J J..UI..n-KuSa K:o* the (,1.rt":! s G

V.C.GRANTPLUMBER new streets ate being opened as fast Miss Ruth Coates will entertain; on Palmetto avenue south of his rt ai- i \.y hullt by aluviiof \\.t indis. Espn.i.tion4 ration :t c .,1
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A. VANDE VORD on Marriage.In I of Ion. &ar..t..Q
:as the increasing population de St. I'atrkk'g day, Friday afternoon! deuce planters Import :' .
property, and will bud.:: Thos. ; Belgium they plne n premium on t.oubtana 1"nJ'P1uooot ttjelapM
( :o and drive to
mands. Besides: hotels and boardinghouses Contractor for at her home on Seibrt-eze av title, Beach has ptirthasid ( I K rpo-ItIon.Mt.iAsii: .. i) fr rj ttiu
tfce
I a : C. A. Phil- marriage l>y allowing a married man t II' plantations ofno.pit.kHe
Voter steam and there is ample cottage acco- MASON WORK put of girl friends a" .
from
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residence .
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(iulI1"lttlngPhonolMa property on Hollywoi.d: : two votes at an election ns against I settlers.who'
modation for all winter visitors Ol All Hindi o'clock. .. raeTati-r t crrj
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The invitatioi -
are \ery avenue and with his family inked the single man's one. In Madagascar: : : : I : places are rep'teulththelnter-

both towns. Concrete CurhlngsHldfwalL.8,1 tc. quaintly: gotten up and the entertain possession. Mr. Beach was loc-a'ed one must l e a father or fl:1for the : !IOUXDGROVORANGES t r taking cf f"T"
DAYTONA RKAOII All the attractiveness of Seabreeze ->t of Moutheru 1 ceding cr'ue::
F1.0KIDAPINEHURST DAYTONA BEACHFITZGERALD: j I tm nt pre.tily 1>planned! ho..or of the on Ocean avenue and they made the default. Itt man Is unmarried or ,
fruits and flowers. clods t t't -::
applies to Daytona Beach the
two j
patron childless the of he
; saint. at twenty-flve
age :
exchange in cottages ten norarily. .. _for_ elite nt the mo+t In- To CTartua.
The towns development being t>o similarly of Daytona situated.Beach I I Miss Ruth Keating goes to DelandFriday Mr. Ph ilIi f"'.. Mr. Phillirs it i having': u must contribute annually $=:.:.:; to the tr....itlni; of tbee, andGrapefruit ) .. :; ses'sr '

j to spend a week with Miss his peninsula support of the state and each woman 1)laa.tUon.| ; at the
has been fully as phenominal its drive property gradtd !I j c
Peninsula as -
II & Fay Stewart. who has remained single or Is childless li -.idwaters of the
DI'-ot: sister on the north, and each year I and a retaining wall put up. lie haslet twenty-four Is taxed $1.80 per J H.illfas and known rental f jUko :'
I Daytona Beach there is a substantial growth. The OATESLAWYERS Jr&. Luke Ileaze'l: last week sold: the contract' to I... Z. BurdK-k tor year.nt j H4 Iound ro'.... It Best Grown T t'" '

Modt...rn.11. Convenlon-RatesReasonable great sand dunes have been leveled I her residence( property on Palmetto I a bungllowl'r}' much lake: the one I :on- of time tlnestr Grovetine on Automobile Kt. \ac-- trt.'t3 f- '::

and handsome avenue to Mr. Day of New .. : the Rand III dikeNorth Tb.
: homes have been York whois he hat just sold: with an addition of A "Friendly Match." I nu'-proves: on
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i Mrs W. H. Freeman .' :.t e''oot of Florlirul nf ,
built spending the ,
for both winter tn r
Proprietor j winter and all-year- I DaJloaarFia.I here with his I porch room, which will extend around I speak of a "friendly match;' not Ii! amid HOTEL OKMOXr
round occupancy. I family. :Mr. Day boughr the property the house. I at all forgetting that dictum of the .'r..1t r ..urrounJlnj very rr.I',0fn'!
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for a winter home. Last I old Scot to whom his breaking I Bred, Knox rr "
week X. E. lIarr's, a prominent opponent vlouud;:;rove U on .
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heart won't claim that In I
a and vaj'istinroad.
dice parity Saturday Ga.. purchased G. t'. Gage's lot you n friendly nn..IPotoOl"t
Promptly executed at i I afternoon at the casino in Palmet on match?" "Friendly match!" was the >
honor of
and :
o a cottage is already under in cr'
I Fine J Job b P Printing her cousin, :Miss' Grace DeCamp ofChicago. construction for a winter home reply. "There's no such thing at golf!" - "tOo .'
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l), Salted peanuts were servedduring I by I). C. Fuquay. :Mr. Harris has returned Finely executed I Ii r .

: / the games Itlock ire crt am home but Mrs I / Job for .
ij .t.uaaaan4.vvYYws ....u .. . . .. .. .... ..... N ..K and sponge cakes and rho-o'.iit; we-e: longer to look after tarns! thf! will bu'd-;remain Much I Is done In the name of friendship I! 2t .....1 1
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THE DAYTONA DAILY MEWS' P2@ Seven

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A VOCAL TRAINING ABROAD. New Experience. 0.0.NNN..-.9.-. f
e OST OF CENSUS "I for i.-----
the hand of a pretty
The Handicap American Music Students girl is a firm believ
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( Face In Paris. that "two Is company." Splendid Piece of i iI
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: WAS ,855,500 "The American ole is better handled :, culling upon the young i
( at home than abroad." Is the conclusion I "Mr. ; question for some months liE
that years of experience have J are always others present I i
[. led Air. Savage to reach. "(fir here it was: visit ,
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is better understood than it is there. evening during a recital
moot 37 1-2 Per Gent More Vocal training ncqulml. Europe offers hour himself"A : by one of the young | i
r. the advantage; of generations of tradition :! scene : (' he made an avowal j .. I

T Than In 1900. and an opportunity to crystallize ed b( : i J 128x220 feet, Cor. Ridgcwcod and t i.
Individual<< ideas of InterpretationHere wood (' at him she .asked; : j I
the singer has: his courses of ) ever loved before?" i 1 Loomis Avenues.IEDMONDSON
technology;: ; there he finds the I5euiv: bem! ;
171,100 1 ENUMERATORS USED. Arts f..;r polishing.[ .. never before a chaperon I I .. .. '
"One thing that must:!': IM kon.v! felt sack >N and a pet bulldog." |I !
l>y An.oricans studying; in Paris and -'a!>! that she| suggested that I| !
who for years have !pent' their money stroll to look at the new i & DONNELLY | _
Earlier Legislation Recommended by and time there Is the chauvinistic attitude from J : : Tiruf'I I

,Director' Durand-Salaries and Expenses of the French toward American I 0...0...0......0...0...0...0...0.0.0..N...el.....0ti ..
: Paid Counters of Uncle Sam's singers. I

t: Population Aggregated $4,870,000. or "Ahore are. It seem. 3.000m<"rlcln .iei.i..0..i.i.i.ii.i..... i0..i.isi.i.i.i.i.iifi00. ,
music students in Paris. YOll- tan . .
f S3 Cent Per Capita. count on three fingers those in that it's a New Book : The HANDPROPERTY : { r 4

Director E. Dana Durand has sub- number who will ever r'all'arrl"E'.' Ii I For Sale r
minted his annual report concerningthe In many cases their people are "slaving, I F it's a Souvenir Novelty : 5 I II

operations of the bureau of the at 'home to meet constant demandsfor it's something in Stationery and Engrav'ngCALL t; : : .. ..
more money. Yet those students
during the year 1900-10. It is I I I. .
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have no more chance of a Paris engagement I .
t 1 that the entire cost of the : SILVER BEACH : I I II '
ahown 4ldf than an Icicle In regions : The best modern) hotel! in :
r 3.trork; on population and agriculture in ultra tropical."At ON OR WRITE I .r '' .
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Daytona rooms r''.mpl tely
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continental United States for the thlr- the Paris Confervatoiro. a most .
teentb census was about $:;. ,;.roo. excellent Institution they bind native : Extending from : .. furnished. Will !veil at a bars rr .

I In 1900 the cost was $4. G..3.t.! The pupils on conclusion of study for yearsof TheH.&W.B.DREWCO. I : River to Ocean : gain or will lease f--r tine : ,
'. 1910 cost was about 37%>y rr cent morethan appearances at Trench opera i
e years.
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: In 1000. houses. In Paris there are the Grand
The original estimate of 14117.000 : FOR SALE OR RENT : t
Opera the Opera Comlqiie and the r
u the total cost of tbe decennial cen- Lyrlque, nil Isnlng" them for engage; 45-49 W. Bay St., Jacksonville I .. .. : M. L. Wagoner : i
jns. including the other work of the ments. From these they are In tun. i I .

bureau during the census period, the sublet, to such outlying. theaters as : BINGIIAM snow t I eUSI iI I : Office People's Stale BankStocks :
director now believes too low and lie those of Bordeaux. Lyons and elsewhere sOIQI .
thinks In view of the additional work In the province. The Frenchdo AND YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY Y AND .. .1...I.I.r...... sIsii.fioie1.1.......i.i.t.i '

'required by congress' and for other not want the money to go out or SATISFACTORILY.We II I
reasons, it will reach fully 14500.000 the country. I i
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Delayed Legislation Is Deplored.The "And<< still' the cry Is: 'Co: to Paris to r
director urges that If new leg study! Co: to Paris to study!""-Wil

dilation Is: required for taking the yentas Ham Armstrong AInslee's.. are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirs d

earlier of 1020 than It was should done be for passed the present much When the Press Was Restricted. in China and Orangewood, New and andBonds I w

census. Were It not for the fact that Many of the restrictions that hampered Exclusive Novelties. I 1'-
the bureau is now a permanent or3.ul- the Influence of the press remained V -
gallon It would have been practically In forte until the close of the i I
impossible In the nine months which eighteenth. century In England.; It was: ,
elapsed from the passage of tbe census not till that period that newspapers
act to the date of the 1010 enumeration obtained the right to criticise the i,oli-!
to arrange properly for the cy of ministers and of the king. Mr. ....................................................... ,
Walter, the first editor of the London 1W
taking of the census. The three
preceding
The New Excursion Steamer :
censuses had Times was prosecuted for censuringthe
riods fifteen months long.preparatory pe nuke of York. He was sentencedto i: SOUTHLAND To the Picturesque Tomoka Cabin : I offer subject to prior sale and ie -
The census act authorized not to pay a fine of $::30:! stand in the pillory .

exceed 330 supervisors. The number I fir an hour be imprisoned for a advance the following Stocks
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and for his behavior : EI.gunt Boat 3E
year give security good
actually appointed was 3 J in continental I : DAILY .
EXCURSIONS.pit Ell'1ant l'.t-
United States and one In Porto with for seven years. The order : HnfT< t Ser\icr : and Bonds complete descriptionof
regard to the pillory was canceled -
Mco. They were residents of the districts I < II Hoard Separate Toil ?h for I.mli 's" ;iwl Cs'ntlm with. ill :M,,(!lf'rri Con4 as"
but he had to serve his term In
from which appointed. I : \MiMiieet the Popular I'nif of ONE DOLLAR FOR THE ROUND TRIP. which
will be furnished
Jail.
Thfr number of enumeration districts on ap-
finally established in continental : DAILY TIME SCHEDULE. |

United State was 00.023. The districts Too Grabby. : aPusue George; : Dock Ia\toni. :."0 M. in. : plication. :
had ou tin average therefore, i I "Some of the young girls nowadays: I.f'a\e"!' Central Iirulir! *. I lIa\t+n.i v V. .1 in. 5se w'
said Miss Ann Took "are positively Li-ii itIVmn Hrulp, x il> a I MI Trb
about 1.300 inhabitants.! The average { : -uu 1 : m It' :i. in I -
population per district in cities of over terrible. The Idea of a ;girl being enpaged J I.i>:\n < iri'iotid! Ilndgr.(Mnii'-nc' :. 1i .!-.1 ins 0 I : Re =
'. 5.000 inhabitants was about 1.1S3 and | to two young. men at once! It's .. !.'<<< turn TO Fruite G;, urge: I'.k, I P'yI":1.t,: :.1 3 p in ,,1.i, -
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in smaller towns and rural districts i shameful! I.r:"., i77 I:, tI '-ar a'
about 1.245.: I "And." suggested Miss Pepprey. "it's .t Chas. F. Bur d man. Owner I:. -. i'l,, J:: 1:1; ..:, Seabreeze, Fla. :. I I ti aei

In general there was one enumerator \ aggravating too. isn't: it?" .................. ..04................t .............I'' w,
for each enumeration district, but in a I ..;
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number of districts in the ..A
south a white enumerator was ap : I :2

pointed to canvass the white population : 527,000 3 i
and a colored enumerator to can i ; r1
vass the negro population, so that the Aeroplane vs. Automobile I -" Daytona Florida High School ::
total l number of
enumerators
employed |
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in continental United States was I 5s, dated April 1, 1909, due i

about 71100. i April 1, 1929. Price $103.05and I

Amount Paid Enumerators. { On Famous Daytona e- Beach interest yielding 4 3-4 per ,

The total payment to enumerators ., cent. Interest April 1. :;
la continental United States as compensation
for their services and travel-I 1
. 5900 =: i
: Ing expenses aggregated about $-1.870.i i ir

000. The corresponding expenditure ; Florida East Coast Automobile S; i -
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at the census of 1900 was about 3.
WO.OOO. The Increase was thus 37 percent < -. Association, first mortgage :: j

as compared with an increase in bonds, 6s. Price $100 and :; 1
the population of 21 per cent. ,
While a considerable part of the ". t.:. : . 1 < interest yielding 6 per cent.

cost of enumeration estimated at '. :-'. ..A''J" : Dated July 1. 1904, due on or ::

about oD -thlrd. is attributable to the ( before July 1. 1924. Interest := ,. -

agricultural broadly significant statistics comparison nevertheless may l he a .x. f r.:.JWr .."....fHi; .!:'i':<' .9!' ; ." July 1. :.; 1 1rr.
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made by dividing tbe cost of the ouu J. .X'$ a',
mention at each census by the number r '? s r'' : a. 52,000 :,' I
of inhabitants. This division / :M
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Shows the compensation of the enu- a
"'". 6s dated January 2, 1893. due ..; -
merators as equal to 4 7 cents per ,4 m ,' '0- '
capita In llHXl: and 5.3 cents In 1910. _. 1r ; "'!"\ f.i." : January 2. 1913. Price $100 :;
an Increase!' of about 13: per cent. > l cbr
r-- iJ and interest yielding 6 per cent. :;
", In discussing (tie hold work of the cDe
census of manufactures mines and ;511, Interest July 1 and January 1. i:
:a a"y
quarries the director states that It was a ; ,
practically completed last fall and that 5240 ar n: .tr
the aggregate cost was nbout $751,0($). w:

The average per establishment there J Atx Stock of East Florida Telephone =: ;
being 371.444 of these including it
laughter houses, was $:.O'!. substan i; Company at par. :; O,
2' _,,, i ", '
ol e6AAVIATOR
Bally the same as in the census a
... 19o 5.: S500 ":
a I aax
The office force of the bureau was
on Aug. 31 last at Its maximum point. ;-b PeninsllIa*,Bridge Stock at 75. :=, 3

there being 3.73S persons on the pay w,
rolls. The largest number of emergency a i
52,500 I jt
appointees on the roll at any ay ;

one time was 342. last July. All such : Port 5 cent. semi-annual :
Tampa
IN per ,
were dropped In December last. .T. A. I). CrUPY .;
Water Works bonds 30 years. Par. '
tie wa

OREGON HAS QUEER ROCK. :: 525,000 :
Daring Exhibitions in the Air cb a 1

Balances Lack of : Pensacola bonds. 30 *
to a Nicety Despite : Improvement ::: t t.

Proportion.One -: years 4 1-2 per cent. Par a' ,
of the most remarkable rooks in .- 1 1e.ti
the world is that known as the balancing i 550,000 ,
:
rock which stands on the IJi1 .st Aoroplaiu') ].Y"nt KVIT Uriel) 111 the Stale- of Florida I '
The ;(
short 1
bank of the Willamette river n Ucita Investment Co 6 per cent. :;
distance above the city of Portland. will lie ihe Kxliihiiions at :'9't
::r bonds. 12;years to run S96. a;
Ore. r
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Klslng from a broad base is a small w- I
column roughly round in shipe- Just i w'r I
above this is 'n huge mass of rock DAYTONA MARCH 28 29 30 < a" j

bearing a tree on tbe summit the to- ; aa... I
tal height of rock and column being i i I Ia Ib Ir
about 100 feet : -. .

Although a great deal larger nnd ".'.:II ..... '. .f

heavier than the pillar on which It ,, A total of five flights will be made in three days, the flints to include a ru' mi the Iirnrhwilh 'as w a; N

stands the big rock is very accurately < lu. fasten* Miitomnlulc that can be secured and a flight at high altitude over the Halifax '
balanced.The '
entire rock is of n volcanic na I.I.I river and the city of Daytona, and Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. REALTY t
tare and the most! singular thing; i I ICONRADOATES TITLE'to
to be given under the auspices of the Hotel .Men's Association and the Daytona : i
about it Is the fact that the knob and I These flights are -
Pillar are entirely disjointed from one Board of Trade and special arrangements have been made to accommodate the crowds. 'b ws

. another cd rr AND INSURANCE E CO. IM1.\( M a,, : ;

Quioksil- Production Decreases. CHARGE TO SEE THE EVENTS = 5 wcr I
:VO as
Less quicksilver was mined in the ..
... United States last year than In 1030.* I : CONRAD BLOCK PHONE: 128 ==
' Prettiest Winter Urst.rt. in the World. .a
The
and. according to a government state- : A Splendid Chance to See Dajtona !
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GENE JOHNSON New ShIpment Fishing Tackle just received. WTH8E CRSTRAlI1RIOGE 142-2.RINGS.

Pope EI.,h. 4 BETTER SEE IT BEFORE BUYING.

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: T runks suit Cases= i.; I BICYCLE FREE GIVEN AWAY!'i.. !.: m-lM BARNESTHE Htutlon NOVELTY: IIn

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TviH>wrltr<. ('rockiitlaf.wiin: -. .
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in our window. We are giving : .
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:: OUR Trunks and Bags are selling. There must be a this wheel away Absolutely. Free. .. BARNES I wide flouncing to a fivecentcambric. f r

and : : No lottery. InquireSHEPPARD'S : U Will! iiNo frame jour I'liturMs 0 I
Come in and let us show you the line jour fjiimp' laud t'ntbr.Ihtrharp.nyour .
I. Maw Hniluthr TooNitntl repair \\ Irivf jut 01*nil up a in w 1114.- of 'HI HI \% wl-T- >t |p.t.....ir
: you will find out for yourself. Our prices are right. :i : GROCERY[ :. almost anvtliiiii: tint h out of w hack prlirtiiinliM; troia $I.t' up.The .
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I' . NOVELTY MAN
The Peck-Hendricks II :
Company .
:: I : Fresh Ham Eggs and Bacon. : Mouth Kmrb street, Ha) tons Flu. .. __

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I II 1. OUR WHOLE TIME IS. I s DAYTONA PRODUCE HOg 5

I Theatre DEVOTED TO __ -- :
Crystal : i I Ia

: Headquarters tor '
U3emeflI5

-- i BicyclesWith : A11 Kinds of Fresh Veg- :


f I ill I II :. etables and Fruit :. j.

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: Poultry and Eggs a. 1

l i a complete shop and competent : Specialty. S ,
help we can do the most 0

!11 V) I NEW I I satisfactory work. i .... Phoae Orders Promptly Filled. i.. I



1 DAYTONATHEATRE High-Class il I I GRAHAM T801PSON 4 i :. J. W. Ball & Son 5. ;.,


: I Opposite the Yacht Club I : No, 237 North Beach St. Tko.e 55 : '

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q-724 Motion PicturesOpen I Mi I rs..J. B. Poor who-h.u: been \ uitins >' I II II I 1 1---. M. SHAFFNERReal

!!rs. Win. Hall on No th ll'a'h!

street for the past week returnedto Estate and I

I her home at Maitland Friday af

Monday Night, March 20 ternoon. r- Fire Insurance I


I J. C. Coot Chattanooga, division 122 South Beach Street !

SIDNEY WOODWARD, Tenor i passenger agent of the Queen
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AND THE ACADEMIC 'I a few days on lJusin'l'NIr.. Conn

declares the story of the strike T
Daily at 2:30: I
JUBILEESINGERS I troubles exaggerat-d.on the ,Q. & C. hate been I,T ; .

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i I tracts; and deed. Please return to I Ii i _: .,. ..
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will sing and give Dialect Readings for benefit of aldIrs.. : William Stubenborddid **Two tickets to the Crystal theater -t I :Mr. and :Mrs. Hugo Kreitzberg, CHILDREN'S EYES

not return with Commodore Conrad will be given Mrs. It..t. Townsend I who have been"i.sitlng for the pa st Cannot be too carefully safeguarded
their Normal and Industrial Schoolat I
Stubenbord and other membersof : if she will call at the Daily I two months with Ir. KreitzberK's for they have but one pair to last

Jacksonville.N. the party on the Ernestine, b..t News office before tomorrow night I brother, Ernest Kreitzberg, and family a lifetime. If there are indication

W. COLLIER took the train at Miami on their re- I on Volusia avenue, departed of anything wrong with your child'.

Principal.ADMISSION turn to New York where the doctor MrJ.. Anthony. Sr.. of West I Tuesday on their return to Port Jt> eyes bring him or her and I will fit

25, 35 AXD so CENTS. I has an extensive practee.I : Palm Beach, who watt visiting Mr. and'i ferson. N. Y. Mr. KreittzbtTR i.I f'l them with Glasses to correct the

I Mrs. G. II. Clark and Miss Kvelynj with t' '
I tvo well p'.eastd Daytona trouble. If medical treatment sece.ssary

--_. Reliance Company No. I of the Clark at their home: on South Beach i istrteet i he will return next fall for the pur- I will tell you t1)
I : for a day or two. returned !
IBfe Daytona Fire Iepartruert, will drill: POe of locating here. '
I home Friday. i!
this evening at 7 o'clo:'k in the tic Dr. Neville H. Clark
Yfy i cinitv of the Hall. Get aroundat i __._ I j *FOI: SALE-10 room house. l t'I1'1
FOR ALL BUSINESS I'' City j J. G. Gardner, who has been at''
EQUIPPED that time and let them know ;jouappreti.ite rally lo'ate.i'ne location for hot' Optometrist
his home Ridgewood for! ,
I on avenue ; I
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I heir efforts for thewelllare Terms to suit purchaser. Box (; !:11! i' II
j a day or two left Friday morning for I) II I Look for the Sign of the EYE.

nt' ( capital and resources are adequate and officers I and prelection of the city. t .\u usta. Ga., to see to the shipment: The steamer Cherokee which ,I

O and directors successful business men. Thus combining : of machinery for his new turpentine i brought a party of exruis'omit: '& uu''
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strength and confidence which makes an ap- ': .\. O. Hot t>, county &\\\.erii.tende':.ti plant:: at Starke.Killarney from New Smyrna Thursday to l

peal worth consideration. will he pleased have i lof schools! came over from DeLand i --
your to make the Tomoka river trip \\as unable
you open either a checking; or savings accoullt.PEOPLE'S Thursday afternoon and after trans rotes and green carnations I to enter the Tomoka. ownm t.. ,, GREEN GOODS
: at t.ing borne business in ill's,' city Fri-I .
for St. Patrick's Day at Des- the rough water and low static i.t : I

STATE BANKDAYTONA I dayv -nt from here to New Smyrna p and cotttage, east of Despiand boj the t'.de. She returned to thi- 1'11\,1
in the afternoon. Mr. Hotts: was a j tel. !Mlt ln-It."r-I
I I where her pa>;*>engen> were
miet at Schmidt's hotel while! in t11I' .
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FLORIDA. i red to the Uncle Sam and i-.ni.; di I
Mr. and Mr.s. hud S. Smith and I I I We are rarrvinj a i
rri-siil.Mi'.S. I'. LKI,.VND.: I'.i,lil-r. M. K.C: ?\ItT ..;ttVIl.l'ro..t..ut..H. back to New Smyrna. ; .,
-<>n, Vernon arrived Thursday afternoon line of tireeti tr'ment' in-
IJ. SKVMAX, M, I.. 11'AiNKtt. I' ; IIlL.\\
.J. ,I. II. McCleary. a prominent for a vist: with Mr. Smith'sparent. *.LOST-lgack wallet w.tli eluding :

ph 's .c'iall of Cincinnati, Ohio, who *;, Mr. and Mrs. CJt-o. I-'.j: and cards of Elmer Kobin"" >n. *-:

-- has bean spending a few week" vacation Smith' at their: North Rid tewo?d reward. Return to Daily i I Non.91: :!a'I l

.. avenue home. :Mr. Smith who is Golden Wax Beans
7Z with u'w aunt, Mrs. F. C.
I'o.tiT. who is located for the' sea traveling: for a Philadelphia firm is J. C. Ffeke and wife of Port J. f-I

son in one ofV.. 15. Chittenden's here on business as well as pleasure! t'erson. X. Y.. who have been Kue-ts I Green Beans

houses on North UiJpeT.-o avenue,I at Schmidt's hotel for a t"t'\\ l.i\s ,

LOCALSANDPEPSONALS (k'j>art('d Friday: on hLs: return to James B. Moore ,is now wearing I departed Friday on they wax CucumbersCauliflower

Cam: innati. 1 I an unusually broad smile. occasioned north. Mr. Fiske has a bro hr lo I'

by the news of the arrival of a ,.
j rated at Cocoa but himself j pI''' -I nDaytona >
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s daughter at the home of his daughter and expects to return h"I.-1!
Choice, fancy oranges for sale! I
II rs. Raymond G. Keney, at fall and and
early next Tomatoes
buy
wliohave by box, $:, at Big Tree property
! G. A. Iliu-kiiixlium and ni.e. 'The Bee Hive is overstocked OrT prove.75rriK.ult "
Hartford Conn. The lit:1e strangerarrived locate here. Mr. Fiske is a Il.'ar
been spending tae! winter at laces and embroideries and same are
Thursday ni ht.
neighbor of Krnest: Kreit/.lx-iir at !
the Morgan: hott'1, leC';: Wednesday being offered at 20 per cent below I PeppersThey
his Poit Jefferson hornIt. *-. II |
I on their return to Brooklyn X. Y. ;; actual values. Call and see \.'em.90.tI Ht'E.. C. 1'raKS; and fajnily arrived **LO3T-Ij rgf silver ring with II I

I Mr.I IJiickln&luiii: is a real estate from Guyton, Ga., Thursday attenuxm three coral sets between Can Valzak .
\i I I N. Jen son and: "it"1' It \ '-i II i are Always Fresh.
dealer of Drooklyn. and are occupying the par- ud ferry. Iteward. Return to Van I
I I UO'I't! Smith of Albany, N. FallVis.., are guests in l Ila.1 <>iailor I
i I sonage of the Christian church on Valzah.' UJauuv
who this a time, enroute from n..ol'l. I t.n r :
*\\\XTEn-To od: v'.o'ia. ending: fie inter in i i itj.y
buy j I :South::: Palmetto avenue, Mr. Ura'4n I I
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as '.s..I, went over to DeLand :[ timer south to their ,home ,::1 i r I'u'" j
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Address S., Daily News. I .
j i having atejrted the pastorate of B K. BiKh a.d hU mother, .
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I Thursday afternoon on businesseo.aected I' north. Th-> wil! reniiiiti I h, ii \r"l i
I |I the Christian church. He will Irl'adlin ilr. (Cliarlt Bush of Ithaca. X. Y.. DAYTONACOLD
('. 1:. !' of! .a6r' with h'purchase: of the!' a month Mr. Jt-ii-on w.i- !in, II.' i,>
repretoh' in
that church both u.or dirg and are Daytona and! it catt'1l at the
Lastin.fer place on Ilid ewood avjc !I I u.ac.: it ill I Itlr tiiorcauul| I 1"1, r -
ilthe Chicago l.ot' firm of ''e\ 'nin SUlltla '. D--!pat d. Mr. Huh i.- private ., <"- : STORAGE CO.
Sal/. Si-hwurtz &. company, was in retary to oi.e of N I"\ VorkV 1'1'(111I.!
I Hi.- I I.Uc.jKlIlLle ,:1 i ,i < .!''' ..I! "ii H,k-. ;,1 i 1" I : ." r
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city \\VdnesnJay and Thusdiy.ir Mi-. E. a-. Wai' and Mr-. Kenneth iient c> ur.m:; <*ii and i a micaimalK'1' : .- :IR, D. JOHNSON, Mgr,
t
\I !I'tIC'l': h:".s tM>u.e old t'ru'iMLs: ; wht? man desire*! Gross' I man tf4)m: :ml' gab;lc al"iit\; l II!< *
r, came hrv from Grn B 111111 I !! ILLJLJ-M -- JLl-LJIUIIBU-lJI lIMA
.iii'Kiu! U11tota'; : rm-:;iei.ts. charge of residence' property during :.s in Floruia: at th;x time f..rpurpi tl(, -
I Cove Spriris Monday anll'i .t '-! ... ..000f. 000m..0i..0.00.N
I abs<'iue of oners. r oi r"-i otiia h- .Ia. J"\ ;,
'. UAert'D'eD'1 their friend Mr. andir.: ... M. P. Bid Offer On
FOR S.\LE-I II. I Touring
i Lord box :'::.",. ra-.-.< l..r tin-! :New Yoik Ikrdd.Ii'I I Beautiful i
Cornwall
on South nidceved; averuc -
i-.u- in first-tlas condition: ; fullyutiu.tped. ..
j I Du-n .ind h'> mo her ;11 i.t I.: -r "
: ::0 Cedar avenue. ;:t until .ribr."bt'n they d-p.irt-
1 1I SOil 'n: li.i.i toia slid htt.' III'' !. \ Home Sites
Amon theit itnn in Daytona at
> ed on their return to ihtir homeat j
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friend. iu SHOESDesiring
this time are Mr. and }lrs.\. F..j \VhiUI'Kiins.. N. Y. They had 're..ldtuirtl
I Capt.V.. F. Morrell arrived fromIVnc..ico'.a ,, ,
I : 11"" ,,: ,, I: ,, I ,
n.'itwl: of La Crosse \Vis.. who I been : .J
: I .pending the s ason at (;re -n
Thursday afternoonlo Goo; F. \Yin.-low rt i I', .i. X ,,1,1 I il'1' I lot lot*, 'I". 'I, ,' I
have Len the resort far
I visa his daughters Miss Jennie Mor- visiting CoSprines.! I, of the I'. :"-u', ', oIf mum:), I :.." .... ," ,
ivll and Mrs. II. II. Abranva. and tht'rotth since early in Decemberand S. navy, who \\ Ita :mi.: .! ,' I_, ..u fi, I' nu'-.,,it I n to ". "\..H1.i 1.\ nuny!:
are now o:' their v\a>' Lack unrtli. w at the >)Etidi i (>wo.td hotel fii-: lt l.l i ::f. \.Idm.-, !1', ii. |B. . '
.y i m..r'I
thilattcr'e daughter Miss! MarieAbrsns Mr. and Mrs. I. \\ Meindy\ of , read the' ..uhcrtisements : '
; persons
:n ('olU )all with hi.-- it. U. i" id I Io
Mr. Itcitzcl has been for numberof \\ aixi dul"dt"! -i u " t I "
a ,,
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Tenn.. who havt been .
who are located on South Nashville il I lj
of tIlt tt'r. left Thursday for St Auuui.iif.nr :: i
years ole: most prominent ,
l'.thne't.1 tH'IIU. I lo'att d with C. L. Harvey on St.( I .
bu int; men' in western UVoonsin. ( uuto Xt.lIiHt'U, Conn. Admiral ..1I IT WILL PAY YOU TO IN. !
end a\enue for come time and hate il
i I recently tlh posing of his large I VViuslow wasa mi.->t of ti! -
mercantile VESTIGATE.
1pi pi I.OST-T"u return tickets from been in this city and \'kinitio't' s THE FOSTER CO. i

r Jacksonville to Tern Haute, IUd, business in i !.t Crtvi.-e. Mr. before the ocean storm of last October Thorndyke I.. hotel at Janneouu, U ................ .......... I
I two eats ago, vvhil] :.t
and l Mrs. Reitzel will remain in Daytona waun-
and four $.".0 travelers ('cheek Return departed Thursday for IJar-
N. Daytona loach for a couple of vveks. tow \ der the management of I..' on I.i-- .................. i
to J. HeaTti to isit : Melendy's: parent ........ .
i pland. of this ,. the
plac.tand .t vv.throujsh company oitci: > t toiu .l:: :ept
toffill'. lilt w-It at that ] .'. Mr. and 11 Meen-! '
po' ------- ------ 1'\(( rho
i I J1 r. De.-plund's glowing.g : SEE of these ailh'rt.t"; '
dy had rather
a rough introductionto I dt ril'tion .ef the place, that lee w.uto ; > C. U SMITH; *
Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Kudolphi of I IId\\tdtia coming as they did ju-t'indtlt.t'd I 'llZ'n : I1lenh !1.';
Break Your Cold come hl'l' and li- -.id: .
Mot tdair N. J., friends of :Mr. and i Up tifiiirithe October Rate, but the "" 'I! .
on his trr11d That !II" fo'itid: Mrs.: George 11. :Munroe, arru, d \1 ,',dh1' since: that lime has atoned ... :JCEMENT WALKS : :
far b '
I '->otiu hs +"\1ttatine: ;inI .
Thursday aftcrncon for a v -.t :- :, :t.j r rh.t :. '-v much: iiJt-asw-d with the ,' 10
BY USING n : : I < I.; > IId: m pa'w.: ...................... e..o

rrcEider.it of the American Can Co. II REXALLCOLD t 1.1'i ,1;[V.. *<> int'd: I )rit. > ,
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was Daytona a (( uP I ; I'J. ":Mil til- |II op!"' I hat: '.v -Q.G..O. 1'I.R lon -, N ,

wveksi: two years ago. II i".,' i.t/.i: i t' -Ni'W: > Ti) 'n : >..

I tl.! .11 T" ii: i :' itrt \\ i CementA. i the pim-has o* .1 t't t.1' :
'tValks
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s\: Ave. and Soath St., via: Death S'? t f" P ft ft buys a furnished Beach .. the mori 1t .
:'Ill l .ir.olia and Ridcewood Ave's. Ret FOR SALE ATiYounjfs \, n *1 11 11 street residence; S rooms .

G.i' "-' and UUUUU aDd bath; mtdern improvements : Vandevord Daytona Beach the
v->ora!to -u.t: :'ty-tf get rv- Pharmacy : lot 50 by about 220( feet. Ad- Lames i A. J rtrrf t ot in

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