Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00244
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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 18, 1911
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00244
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
alephbibnum - 002072230
lccn - sn 93063916

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Published Every Evening Except Sunday Dining December. January, February and March at the Prettiest It inter Resort ill Florida.

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: Stith. Seasqn-No. 92 DAYTONA FLORIDA SATURDAY MARCH 18. 1911 15 Cents per Week I

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R H. WRIGHT :: :: Di. BOftt Oti'S ftOSPITU aad S.\NfURltM\ RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies Stationery and Havana SmokersOnly

1 a First Avenue Daytona. FU. PRICES Books
z WALLACES'W. Painting Twrnty-.Ix Inrgr, airy rooms, n."wlvfurnished first quality well cured tobacco *
Paper Hanging and fltt'-d throughout with. I I'l"po H all pltnU-omt-nlrnct"\ ThorousliIvequlppd Let (-I: K* Your Jewrlers.L. .
Decorating operating room on second Waterman Fountain Pens NewsPapers Vet Cave. Manufacturer
219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE floor.Phone 181 For tt'rll11'f\ddrl'1'4 C.C. BOHANNON M. D. H. ROWE & CO."THE and Periodicals Daytona Florida. I

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10 ASK TAFI'S PERMISSION I day. Consul Freeman at Durango I, MARRIES CHICAGO. ;1: f_ _
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also telegraphed thatthe plant I of To look into that hot weather stove. All we ask is a I

the American Smelter company i at I chance to show ours. IT IS SAFE. L
TO LEAD HIS ROUGH .RIDERS Torrenn will be closed shortly throwing I II

8,000 men out of employment as REV. WILDER TAKES BRIDE
a result of the progress of the I

ARE MANY JAPS IN MEXICO "I! TOil Doa'l Trade With Us We Both Lose MODe,." t .

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," < Theodore Roosevelt has admltte<*1 GITTfNS IS / WITH STRIKING DRIVERS IN 1, :

to friends here that the Japanesznen.ee < NOUNCEMENT. \; I '
., cn the western coast of Diet :
is serious and has told the ok A message was recei\ednn Dayto::;
ko CIIIC.GOIarch IS-A general
:r Rough Riders that in the event of IN LEAD TO SUBMIT today announcing the marriage of !I strike of the teamsters m srnypathywith
Rev. Alfred J. Wilder l rector of St.I M I
war he will ask permission! of President the striking express d ivers i
a' Taft to organize a division and Mary's Episcopal church th's c'.ty: ,1 was forbidden by telegraph today} by ':
and Miss hula Sheppard. The ceremony -
: recruit It in the southwest. INCHICAGO1 Provident Tobin of the international

';- The whole west coast of Mexico, FOR THE DIAMOND RING; NEfTREATY. was performed at Ironton, O., teamsters union.

(: .Roosevelt has been to'! i, is lined, will] by Kiht Ices Toyd: Vincent' bishoj General Organizer Ashton uunu'dl-

: : Japanese and it is declared the reason SPECIAL[ PRIZE OFFERED[ of Soulhein: Ohio. ately announced no general sympathetic .

;. It for the mobilization of the regular I CHARLES SCHENECK KILLED; I strike will be ordered
}a army on the border is because the< l TAKING I AUTOMOBILES[ I Despite the extra precatmois taken

t- state department has been informed MARJORIE ROTZIEN STILl PROMINENT IN WINDY CITY. by the police department to protect -
i of a league between President Dia; I Wit GO BEfORE SfNA TE. ciizeas and property roling continues

Fand the Mikado of Japan by which LEADS FOR THE GRAND PRIZE fOR[ ROAD IMPROVEMENT 1 I ,. in many parr of thti llty to

Japan, in exchange for coaling eta, AND ALL OTHER CONTESTANT? PRINCIPAL OWNER OF NORTH, I day.
IXUons In Mexico would aid the Mexican TREATY IS MOST SWEEPING AND
government ARE
During the past week the frien.dsof

;. Insurgents Defeated Miss Florence Gittens liar MAKES ESCAPE. I IS BEING USED ELSEWHERE BY NUMBER i OF HIS FRIENDS.

: SAN DIEGO Cal.. March 18- The bravely rallied to her suiport. and CIIIC.GOIarch 18 'Charles PEACE. I -SHOULD BE ADOPTED HERE.A I

.Mexican Insurrectos were defeated it so far Miss Gittens has secured the AUGUSTA Ga., March IS-It was I 0 I
i. a battle near Treate by the Federal. Scheneck. superintendent and principal I resident of this city: re-v-entlj; I II PERSONS WHO HAVE ENJOYED
most votes in the race for the beautiful announced today that President: Taft 1f
The Rebels fled leaving General Rod owner of the Northwestern Gas, called attention to an item in a Canadian COMMODORECALL
diamond ring which i is offered will submit the arbitration treatyjust HOSPITALITY OF
'' the
and others dead on I !
d* I jiguez many Light and Coal company was mysteriously paper stating that the Ontario
battle field.] by L. H. Rowe & Co., to the contestant negotiated with Great Britian to a'' AND PRESENT BEAUTIFUL -
I $ had offered raisevoluntary
) shot just after bidding goodbye : Motor League to
who secures the most votes be I the senate during the extra sessionof annual tax of 50c pei\
to of friends at his PAINTING.
? a party
I' Ready for Invasion. tween Marsh 9 and April C. congress and urge that it be! ratio I horsepower I er automobile: and put

it :SAN ANTONIO, Tex., March 18- During the week ending Thursday,. : home early today. the amount in the hands of the Ontario II AB a nears: of aowing their appreciation
General Carter In command of this There is no trace of the slayer and fied.The use iu uiaiUuming .
division is today In readiness March 16, 00,000 votes were cast for treaty is the most sweeping I government of the hospitality of Commodore -
army no light on the cause of the shoot- good roads.
for actual warfare. Miss Gittens which places her ahl \din which has ever existed between two willing C. G. Durgoyne. which all
f of Canada
ing. I If the people are
.../: The reports from Mexico show the the race for the diamond ring. countries: and is an advanced step to thus voluntarily tax theni- he,; tare enjoyed at various times. about
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H r situation is rapidly growing worse. I In this special diamond ring contet.1 toward guaranteeing permanent 1 for the benefit of having good roads: ;7.:> friends of bus called: on him Kn.

;. Bloody battles have been fought ai, only votes .secured between March 8 I : PLAGUE GETS INTO I BRAZIL; peace. Under its provisions: all I i U it not likely l that autotuobi'e owners lay evening; and presented him withi
.r and various
Saltillo, Morelos, Durango
would be equally willing to
: here
beautiful oil! : of nnarage. :'
r CoahuUa! and Tarn and April 6 are to be allowed. questions of dispute of whatever nature big paint
points in ?
be taxed for a similar purpose .
The Insurrectos have been I Miss Marjorie Itotzien secured &"..- THIRTY CASES DISCOVERED. will be submitted arbitration gettgraphk-ally i
far apart ue they are The call and preuetHaiion were in Jetht'
successful in a majority of the bat i 000 votes during the [post wtek,, and will be passed: upon by the arbi on tlrs; subject they must be in con nature of a surprise v> Mr. Hur- .t :

iP.aulipas.ties. .I which places her at the head of the STRICT QUARANTINE IS NOW trators. i tuuniou. ;;oyne and the coniUiodonwatt I

Private advices state that sympathizers .' list and second in the race for the I The president played! go'f! this Though the automobile is said to aught completely: un .\\art'1 S. H.

r. with the revolution recently BEING MAINTAINED TO PRE. morning and this afternoon re.-eived I be a road builder it is tqua'-ly: a Jove went to the house early in the I!

,. made an alack on the palace of diamond ring. secured SO.OtxJ a committee from the Alabama legislature road destroyer and as a better roads evening and asked |'*-ruiiK-Uii from
shouting'a I
President Diaz making IUT and watch a ball! game. + required for conifnrtab'e automobile Mr. Burgoyne to have a fri* iul from
the week
and showered the building votes during and
dero diamond contest. DISEASE. I riding the coat of making the north tnspeot the garage' w ir h the
third in the ring
with stones. Several arrests were ONE MAN BURNS TO DEATH maintaining: i; th..t mush grea'er. idea of building a similar on-. and _
made immediately following the at :Miss Ho't: McCorkle o-cupits second RIO 1 IK JAXEHIO, Brazil, MarchISThirty the sent cityouneil.
I member of
: thus week in tlu- fight for I VT CHICAGO STICK YARDS.CIICAGO \ pn I he commodore gadly: ac lied the
tack. i p'.ace 1 , of the Ilubonlc: automobile owner,, .
behind cases (' himself an invitat:on to show tlutwo men '
: the grand prize.'el") close AliKcovered I ( March IS-A fire at I
plague hlbt''n at I'oitoAIeere. says be tried to agftate this hroush the bui'.dins.: '
I Miss: Kotzien who only has a small I The dlsea- is supposed tohave the Union: stock yard > this! morning I ..: matt.t.r.1
Soldiers to Philippines I ; but was met with the obj ( The three had s'anelvteied: the
IS-It is lead of 8,150 votes. been brought frcm Manchuria.A I caused the death of Carl Moran and of
WASHINGTON. would drixe owners
;, k the standing ol' I it garage frtwa the frot( when the T5 '
that the garrisons in The following strict nuarait.ae; Is now being burned COO head of cattle to death.: the .h'. No doubt there would t
reported today March I from ( men sneaked through the rear gatri It ,;
the Hawaiian and Philippine, islands contestants up to Thursday maintained to preunt a spienl: of Jacob Frey U missing.! The !last will ; be some objectors, but the majority md entered the budmi:! from thecar ,t
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Vll: : be rcenforced by 12,000! cavalryand ,16 Marjorie: Rotzien . . . . 1,029,925 the: dUiaseIt's reach: $1 IVs' nun ''uf fair minded: owners of lua.-lunes, bringing with then the b&taiutin !;

within the next three _._ -- -- \laM b.iiiad contribute a rea4ttable .
artillery -- : \\ : to .
Hot: McCorkle . . . . 1,021,075Florence ----- --- : A hti -f aJdnwas taadr

: months. The Second Infantry has Git.ens . . . . . 1,012OCO i GOOD IN ALL QUARTERS amount in this: manner for I b y (:. p.! S.-atn.utn: p 'f'-..n.lIl;: tlhe '.'

I' been ordered to San Francisco to embark Roberta Hobbs . . . . . ...1,005.000Mena -- lie iiKiinreiiuiu-e oi' i.ood ro.id. which ].u t :re. Mr. liu'uo: > nt w.i> so 'OlD"" '

for llono'ulu.No Pollitz . . . . . 1,002,089Margaret i \\oild: not only: add to their iihvsialicailurt : I.h! *t.'!Ir t.ikt-li ,liv.urpt' ...- t at he gaa .0,

I : Brokaw . . . . .. 9-13.000' i OF THE GLOBE but to the long viU tlf t their'. : m.!',.<. to 1't -1'1'1. ;11.11. fu II I tho elf-- t I'i'J 1

I Break is Expected- 'Pauline Garrison . . . . . 935,000 1- -a. ". .\lId.I, tilt llt'a\o:' tt''t1. 4,1tn. ;'1\ tell /:'t....t- tl j"". '. Ii.1I1 I..u, nil 1 hh j
I MEXICO I CITY, :Mexico :March 18- Grace: Curdick . . . . . 910,300Vieltt 1 1i 1'U.tUa tt JIY ::11 tuatiy :0" .I P .- -1,1: : IUII.j'I") t t'i r:. I
AmbassadorViVon returned I ''u1 .ill' .t.t'soh Itit tt" 0 i ;ji" .. 1//. i
United States Middletcn . . . . . 890,000Tilt \ I ': : -
I I "ABC"Travelers Iallil: : 't." :', .:>1' ,. . I
today from a flying visit! to loMowini:! : is i the um< un\ : t.ttoil's i I ll' ( { :'l : Ilia :' : . ','. \ "
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the United States. The amba-sidor i-i'iit. ; -I t'-I t ; II "II' : ... ;',' I' '' ,. . I
for the different
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declares his belief that! tranquilly between March Jt and Marc 11 1 1'>, .t t !y. .ui'.ltil: n p'et' :t' i I I' t
ants ., 'I. ....:... I ; I 1t I .. .
anJ l"li.l:: : 'o.1! t' HI! a ). ,
will soon be restored in :Mexico of all llllt'.tiUn.t.s'in 01.1:111: ilult: a :iul::' - i-> f
and is a correct standing ., ,,. ,
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break in the: cordial Cheques I. : 'I I : 'I-I': : tL1 .t: -
he 110 : :
expects: for the beauirudiaiiiorul
I relations oohn'enI'xi'o: and the : the race : oMenti: ; ... .. (' \.11-: ,': .: a! Ii ;L'., : MAN MURDERS HIS WIFE ,
ring *o generously .
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United States. by L. II. now & C{)., the well: : .

I known jewelers for the coite: >tantecuriiit :' meet with ready acceptance BOSTON HOTEL BURNS: \ .I.; > M.U.I.i I I' I IE.
.' Guarantee Suspended- ;* the most votebetWieM :a \\.iM.: i.f money to pay !more by Banks, Hotels, Railroads. FOUR BURN TO DEATH .I"l iii' ><*n (of! Al.ipal.: \ i. .i.u: .Ihl) l t Irl l t i .

WASHINGTON. March IS-\nll'ri- March !to and April 0. I! than our juice for lirot-erios; and i I HUSTON; M.iuii: !1'-1 !L.- h-1..: h w:1.: h Ii IY .1.11: 11., ;; r I: :I'j the f

can Consul Deering at Mexico( Citytelegraphed Miss Florence Gittens . . ..90,0001 Vegetables for better iiiulity cannotbe II I Steamship lines etc. Trul'"J1': 11"'.'r..) ,1 !,} t f : .. 111- .'ttlvt r ot. hu.st: df. I b o.t i.j: OM! :: but } ,

today . . . . . . 85,000 .
the state: department Marjorie Rotzien We solicit an ,".rl'I': " tt ':i.I: .,::al 'tt' ,11.1tI 111\11 l bea.t.t Etta v.VILI I ? ,i":" are I I
haJ. earnestly full
that the constitutional guaranteewas Mena Pollitz . . . . . . . . .80.000Margaret trial Easily negotiated for :.,.!.. t''I: ,I. x .' ttnu' : .'Ii! t" J"I'!. ';. ;1-< tlu- .t'tr:, : '. !!1j2W ,
suspended throughout Mexico to- Brokaw . . . . . .,80.0001 opportunity to fill a ( order, assuring value.

I Robeiti Hobbs . . . . . . . .75,000Grace you of entire s.ttisfaetiom.CONRAD .......................... -- --- -- .ti14"

Burdick . . . . . . . .70,000violet I I Identification establishedby :

I Middleton . . . . . . ..60.000Holt. !I i DAILY STOCK MARKET REPORT i i1 ;; CHURCH PHOM 17 frugcut i iI' I. ,,

; {/Qsrvkv McCorkle . . . . . . . .-toOOCI I countersignature.Safer .iN0..N.N..NN.0/NNN. I'it/i Br,th Mrr Florid l M t
Daytona, i
GROCERY I than money: handier :\KM: uHl';. M.i: > :', '!'x->-'- k- "".. ', ?
II ('i"'II'i' .. :i':...' '"'.1.:1( 'I' 'Idhn.s K'oJBuena lr rn, i f -
Take few $10 tfalit't
TO THEATER NEXT MONDAY. than a ' ..1 dd 1 .
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If you really admire niceArticles The next attraction at the new I$20, $50 and $100 cheques on ,- I.I! : (.1".1 .t ties: 1 I. d"I'. I I Y ,t .
the entertain- :*:"'t-l I \\ .L' um iuiii: ;>'d .ii.il. M.iu: : rI
will be
Dayona theater evening by the I'lorila : i-! COMPANY' your next trip. 1\1' .L!:.t' Wti> off I..'. Tht rte .;. -ii I I t.

Toilet nu-nt Monday ,, ,. ... Tonic i .
Academy Jubilee Singers, with: an Ill'i!?d -rai' :-id : a.1 t: ; ': -
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'PHONE luf. : .1'
and d.a.ect ; : : ui> C'r: : : \ -:' :
and appreciate an up-to-date l excellent program songs --- -- .., .. i.
include ; - T... h nil-! -: ' \ :Iit.x :-
whatwe readings the songs to Daytona LodgeNo. I IS the true friend of the cultured .r
line of them call and see .
nu1xliei. ; MERCHANTSBANK '1" :I. I foe '
of the old time pantation: toilet table i i-.
zany 1141 i '_ , ', .., woman no
Vnt.i .ini ! I'nlq.! r
have. Some new things .. jubilee! singers will IKucompameU -
The : a \.k < -,t1"I'I. ;.7'. complete without iti.
t you will probably want. by S.dney: XVo..du .id 1 / "' B.P.O.E. '.II' II". ilkA. '. 4 >hU> .
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till' distinguished: tenor: and t ..1nembers r / Meets Every Tuesday ,..,i it rti I' .' ; t
HANKINS The Druggist include out ...'fU'.NJ: Evening. Visiting .'. '.,tl-t !1\ It. ....' ... _,
of the company \ A. McBRIDE.. President I:... ... i,' 1 't tI
). Members Invited. _, ,. ; ,.' ...
01. the mid :-o.v.-, :: I I' I
AT Tit i: 1'14o\"}'': (>f the best qmitettt E. E. R. J. B CONRAD Vice President ,
4- ., T. Fitzgerald t'IO.nL
Where Volusia Meets Beach. his U the ( ti ::1 i-::::if1-1: : ..:' of tnubilee ": .J Geo. F. Crouch, Sec. !J LF. N. CONRAD. Cashier --: i "
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PIANOS aDd DELAND, the county seat of

i PLAYER PIANOS VOLUSIA =___ii-___=== Volusia County, STETSiSOmVHSlII

Concert Taller is situated 23 miles southwest of

f PIA'oiOS: FOR RENT: 1 COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the latter .

BANK city by an excellent hard-surface DKLA D. FL.'

road recently constructed.At Four ('oiirg". miuf I
DELAND, FLA. Tt"ChD1call'lt-hool.
DeLand is located the John B. Equipment C'OtIt-. I

/ -.I! THE I ;$100,000Surplus Stetson University one of the lead- Endowment inc nearly | iuu).

Phftae 77 for ---- III\\ \_ \ \\ .% > IEs I----- .:....- - Women'sExchange Capital $50,000 ing educational institutions of the faculty of and w EIIUXJQ.Pro-in.Itcoc5rs. ,

4 South. Because of the interest in .
<< 1
; fa&s yT : Cbrlrttan..
CREAM _- but MAn -
=-_= tarS
MCBRiDE, educational DeLand is known
*Ssisii -.--- i \. D. matters T.asrbtng.
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th.U- t In FiorIn.
!. My ....lifJ. -$ .__:: := ( J'rox- ",\'a,1 pr..t.J..n as "The Athens of Florist"Stetson For Intormaucn.I .
MILLS'European - ; -::: (Irl!. Krv: t h I nt- I J. B.CONRAD, ha faculty of I Sddrvss:
University a
Lincoln :
-. awe'. I VtceI'reident Holler..
-. f. 50 and instructors. There PILl) Ltt&.D.
*; professors
'. b. 8. A. WOOD. LI.. D.
Restaurant ,s.0.. I CUlObit'r. are over $400,000 in buildings and __:!_ td"n'J.

I !I equipment; nearly $300,000 endowment .
.siu....................1. By L. C. DEMAREE. -- fact must be apparent to the most Library alone

SHOES AND fURNISHINGS ;: One of Daytona's crowning glorIes 1 I superficial observer. With such lavish DREKA'. ; a Carnegie an investment in building representing j. i. mm[ .

:. Is her incomparable beach. No j BUSINESS AND I wealth of natural beauty it (became DEPARTMENT endowment and books, of more than

: It Pays to Trade atPeck's :: one who baj ever set foot upon itsracked PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS an easy thing tot the hand oftrUn STORE $120,000. The library is the United
I II Attorney andCounsellor
: Bargain House ::. smooth, sands; no one who I(I to give the finishing touches States Government depository for the

: ever pedaled a bicycle over its expans which have wrought out the colors I EVERYTHING! State "of Florida and contains over
.: 112 South Beach Street. :
who drove a and outlines of the big picture. EAT/ at Law
: : ; no one ever ) TO 15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one
.isisusu.usisi.isiiisi...1 .. .
prancla pair of horses and listened -:: :; (- Man did aJl this in the layi'ng' out I TO WEAR of the newest of 16 buildings, with

..isisiicisieisiiiiieiiii., to the popping of their steel shoes - of the streets with their wide marginsof TO 1 USE'Heading its an 1
LING ........................I,* I .1 furnishings, represents outlayof will PractlMlaCwurU
; WAR-CHINESE LAUNDRY :I upon Its asphaltum-like face; no one I parkage. The entire city becomes $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of t\at.4t

.. X13 DrfiiHhlrts MO.( RKAPn: ST.liiNljzht. 11.4 YTOof Nhlrts, FLA.10 411.U who ever steered a high-power automobile : E. S. HALL. :S s. gre.it park. with driveways interesting I Elevator UoomK R rvtce j I the most beautiful college: building andJ'd..ral

White Hblrts lu|Woolen Hhlrts 10 411 Ia down the broad stretch of U : miles upon miles of driveWays Helot Room
Check Hhlrts N i in the South.
M'ml.Tshlrts 1
New$blrtll lirnwt-r!* 8 t: wave-washed and surf-packed sand : Architect and*. Builder :: I s.o good as to attract motorists I II DREK n t city has a population of about3SOO'ith .

: MhIrtsco1Inrfitt.P4ock.wrpaIr JColUriorruffit I u.U bus realized that it is a world beater Xo. Palnitto Ave. N from all over the continf at. G.A. & CO. .
:Si, tlamlkfrchiefc 3 t : S 1)P:LAS D,' FLI .\ a thickly settled conntryadjacnt. PEL.VND.: FL.%..
a Ladles clotheg at corresponding price .Iuieu. a worldwonder. Go stand upon : DAYTONA. FLORIDA. I And as for the pavements pateI .' DeLand is five j
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this wi-le and the *
speedway oj
see hap .....I..a..1; I m.Tits tiat look and act like granite miles east of the St Johns River on ,

i.......B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B...I py souls flit by in Joyous mood and j where else between the eastern the land of the WRIGHTINSURANCE
---- ---- high rolling pine

2 H. C. THOMPSON Agt. .:I answer whether this is not one of .........................t and western seas are so many miles I VoIusiXCounfyAbslracLCoii "great "Orange Ridge" of Florida.

Ia the seven modern wonders. : I in pror>orton; to inhabitants? The :; -
The predominating products are
: : : W. C. CROWNING M. D. : .
pavement question stands with the
S HUPMOHILES I The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.)I oranges and grapefruit the estimated
94i : General Medicine and :: street as one of the chief drawing Bert Fish;President AGENCYDcLanti
this over
from being
Dcnoaitratioa Given at Any Time. :II Where think you is water with more Cary 1>. Lnn!>4. $ cft.tarund crop vicinity
: Obstetrics : cards. Till some unheard of place Treus. 300,000 boxes this Grapes
puma W =Iisusisusgsis picturesque surroundings? Nearly a'' year. ----
m om('. Hours: r::11.>to3ui.: 7 to H p. in. : reports more and better Daytona \
..iusu ...I.i I mile wide. fringed with tropical vegetation Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. I Abstracts Furnished peaches, pears Japan persimmons, Florid
: :: throw;. down the ganut.'et to the *
.ss..sisusisi.uii...IuSiI; artistic cottages with roomy I, .u.i.u...............iiU I II world. and Titlcs' plums pecans; guavas, strawberriesand
: verandas looking out upon her bosom : Perfectedand other fruits are grown in plenty.
JACOB ESPEDAHL : ------ --- Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Fruit. ,
I Contractor gamey food fishesin countless numbers I ........................til Whatever one's shortcomings and Insured\ In the way public improvements OLDEST
and Builder
: beckoning, as it wore, to those. are many miles of fine shell roads, an

OrInt.nda Designer Construction and Craftsman of Kulldingi. I Ia with rod and ft'eJher bosom flecked : DR. J. E. RAWLINGS : however indifferent or even callousone Blueprints Maps Plats Supplied and excellent high school electric lights, LARGEST

Plan*and MM>cllleutlongon I : may h j to many things:: the mere
: :: with duck and coot and snOW-i a system of waterworks that is owned
Hhort Notice. : Pl.ysiciaa and Sur eoaOFFICE mentica ('.f "flowers and squirrels. HKLAVH, VI.K. I and BEST
: DAYTONA, FUHUDA.B :: winged sea birds, which siC about as ; :I and operated by the city, supplying
brds and fruits" will send thrill
.........................U 1 if for the sport of bobbing upon the I! : OVER KODAK PLACE : a the purest water at little cost.
that is reflected in distended
... .B.fl.B.B.B.B.B.Bfl.B.B* waves; watch that lubberly old :;, .. Phone hi) I I:. and pricked ears. pupils BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that For Florida

a I: white headed pelican pouch a fat i sle sisisisisisasisisislsl DeLand is a church-going commu
_ _ __ !
OSCAR MICHAEL u_ For every visitor: : with a spare goober FARMS
i Ua mullet and that fish hawk struggling I nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Methodists .
i. there is a bunny ready to come COMPANY
CONTRACTOR :: upward with his floundering load he I s .ieisi.l.isieieisi.isisiII a I (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES
:: and accept your gift. lie v.ill sit bolt Manufacturers of
:: Filling and Grading : snatched from the water. 'I : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS U I i'Jrrht! acd knaw inti(, the moat LUMBER Christians and Catholics, TIMBER or
See the beautiful launches. spick besides colored Baptists and Methodists
: Heavy Hauling a Specialty. : Civil Engineers :: castiuCnth'e/ saucy glances at you LATH TRUCK
: aid span, witih hampers and lockers I are represented.The .

.-..uiiu.isuii.ui.. .....SGAc Bulging with refreshments, both solid : DAYTONA FLA. :: meanwhile SHINGLESMOULDINGS graded school offers a ten LAND
- - a Flo.vers. Usually fresh and bloom% t4cnd for BaraLaShret
r.\!@ \.! !X-! ,i) .fu.\X--xX i; and liquid, ready far a cruise upon th 5I. t: .tlIhII.h-tt i"7.5. I years' course and the building whichit to
'I. II:: :inr; the year 'round you are reminded Agents: :
M. ELLA DeVO & CO. f!: 'beautiful surface. Take out your field s iIlCisillllOiliSlllllslii i I of (ioId -mith' couplet where Masury's Puroid Rooting Paints occupies is newly furnished THE '

;lass acd sweep the river Crom't Whlt"ball'' throughout and is one of the most
--- --
;t, Ormoud bridge to Ponce I'ark - - - Smiling; spring: its earliest visit paid .:oriiclo Flnst.T COl'LDco
commodious and best equipped public
I MILLINERY I 1S SiIilSiIiClClSlOl.lSii aI .'.!Id summer's lingering blossoms (J.'oriMHl'lav'" Hrlck [
j iis'it' house then say whether the I: IlouJ Hand lirick I schools in the State.
delayed.In I .
Halifax! isu'*. a* thing of beauty and E. L. STEWART :I are Kr.\vn. FLA. j The trip from Daytona to DeLand
'1 No. 8 Beach St., Daytona FU.East I one yard roses of varigated hues i 1.1.-\1''. t1.\
: a joy forever and of Physician and Surgeon I
one the modern
IN ,, is made by automobile in a little
S,il @.\!, h'XW.'iX!\! It S Ift(1.ii I ..litlit toil t<. (il... !i... ..I, t',. I IU I I':edoiainatt; another househod! has I
\\oude.-j. E\-. E.r':: Tlin..t tinil Nos. .|iMill ..... : over an hour and there arc many .
C .. ... . .. I IC : I ,i penchant for the poinceita and the
lll Mil\ i I
V 1 > 'Ml' IMMIil' \<'lltll :i d LANDIS & [flStl .
y (ii i f The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge-! (tur Vk., -.1 ..I P. ,II I. '. llllOII. M'Ollli !. I: yretuists rre aflame; another is hidden .. pretty drives in the vicinity of the i THE

Florida wood.Itidgtwood : "' llUUl-. :' II. III. tl! W. |11. III, I:I : ''I l ia a jungle of tall cane. Variety Attorneys at Law county site. A good road leads to j' GORDONGARAGE I

...........ao..o.o..;s IeiSisisiSUeiOiSl I rructioini! in M.IMtutr : DeLeou: Springs five miles a historic
t is the spice of life and here is where and ",' I Telephone Company avenue Is upon the crest I >ou find it. I Courts spot, where 60.0CO gallons of water
of a broad ridge straight as the crow .iSiIi.iIS special fariMtti-s! for I
bubble from the earth minute.
= \-stlt t I nnd every
: The birds flit in, and witfli their nJ.t I I
f I I
lies and the wide spreading branches I r"Tfxctini; tltt--i! The
Connections at Daytona l'' of 'ho : DR. F. H. HOUGHTON .: joyous notes help to give fullness: I IiiLANI'. VT.A.iford From DeLand automobiles go south I '
hvavy-trunked live oaks DeLandHeadiuarters
>i extend to Ostecn, 18 miles, on shell aad 'I
symmetry to the picture. I
for Long Distance Points : their gant! arms across the mag- aI marl roads; thcSt Johns is crossed by
I eII. iificcut vsta, forming an arch and Dentist As for fruits choice citrus fruits STEWART & BLY ferry near Ostcen and cars can then icrAutomobiles I I

C. THOMPSON, Mar. from these extended anus great festoons U I Irne. in IVfkUlfKkU I I: [)a>tona vtds: the pain to none for ..
I A. continue Sanford
. uJic H wart to and Orlando
-: C I'll"I.' .i t Kiul: ".4iuth Hrhl! |.- I IU quality and quantity: at.'rt.There
of : per BlyMur
!.!'o! Spanish moss sway as the I >' &suwiirtAttorneys hard road. There is a shell road .\(hNT:: K"U
trade winds from the tropic seas SCS15IIISISISISISISI1S1S1I a ire scores of citrus groves in proximity Maxwell Touring
\!\! i'@!) ':!; fan them. Looking ahead --- - ---- - - ---- to the city branches bending at Law from DeLand to Orange City, five

straight l.......s................ to the erth with their and NoturU-a Public miles, and a good road from DeLand Cars.and
H. T. McCLELLANMill :down this white shell street one has : : burdens oflincious Runabouts
: T E. FltZK-: mill E. F. the impression of a fairy path with gclden globes, which for j I II

Work "lfisa draperies, but as you move : FITZGERALD & OATES : \beauty proflicacy and aU desirable --I

f 'tong and cast an eye first to the : Attorneys and Counsellors at Law J qua.1itit'sluIe! truly astonish you. A.ERICKSON. HD SANDSTONE{ BRICK CO.3liinufaetur.rs Arthur. H...,.,,1 nkual1'

Write or ask him about anything ,; Tight and then to the left you see SHial| and IVrf"'IH',I-I(IT-tin i > for Land ExaminingB : Titles! :: I I I IC The Fastest Autos and The Finest I H.w..1DHAMLIN

you want made of wood Every- ';. distinguished cottage homes in the m ,Uhrim I'('II 111(1 ItO I Id I ng. "Plionf I UN? :: Out. & CO. Light Granite, Buff, Red awl

thing the best. most deligbtful settings. s......................... I The t'n L t.h'orld wonder do >uii.tk Pianos Ljirgv-t, Organs stock and of I I Drab Brick

Hwtli Ridfewood! Ave. Phone 123 | See tho glistening leaf of the grand i I ? Cc-tue whether from Aliasou. Larp' Cnpm-it In-nn I'romptobi! |>-
lllagnoIi."h l'h . . ... .... . .. I Stfv.iir: Machines liuuts.V 1'1" "lei 1' |1- ,. nature has varnished !\! (!\! !\!\ .!M, -! I. .Xo"h of J-ic fv: Its.! 1.\1..1 i: HKl.r.N. FI.I ..\.
: or tripe Maine from Kaauia/o! o- .
a. k\k I 11 .1 A5I'. KI.V.ALLEN'S.
as ortis's brush I HAMLIN
no ever could and t I
-- ----: ; .; DR. J. P. ESCH i inbucto, and you will be "shoI.n.lire : I II
the cabbign! palms.w ith their burdens .
: is where the world's! record to: LAKE HELEN -
,)f ho.\y fruit and swaying palv.a: Physician and Surgeon IAttoru.
[PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE -l>eed is broken with every recurring ..'.-> "
see ti!),? lovely holly with its t. 111"-":" I 11.\' '!: :Ii, .11"( " '!!I tor1. by several pretty lakes
.: eiuia \ t-: i LI' !h. I 'n I I"'L", i : 1,1'. I ",..ISO1.Utos.. tlif b.gi-st: the fast- and aud
tte l.tivy; see the climbing vine '"., '; h.7 '. II...,... '. I.I'1" ,:\ \ >, \t to Pv-'("t' j- guarded by lofty pine trees is CO.IUl4l\\
: '
-t. iir.J ri":. f n .t !
.in on d'lily :
1\1:: 11. Pt'l Lake I
i- winter
iuu run in the trees; see the t'rn"- a resoit of no atLas.
a 1rettYilttI'tII8attualed .; PORT ORANG[ : 'ot.a nuns% forms which gain a foothold :'.'!'! i-. .,...,... .i-.e.. . !. .---...!): :.tJu ": II 1 t-'! l..t; ijli: : 'i\\ :s as free a? I I't'l DflUCGISTSJEWELERS little iniportaacc. Camp CassaJj, a, I

tlvr u>iliouthof > : :" pur" art'-"- an ua'er fou;: tin I
)11I.tC'II11 mitb I I : m tie great oaks and sr.at"l> ....o...... ..........e.. i .. a spiritualistic camp-ground is situated
, S ; i tiioitsjnd of flow :iu welU. It :Js a I'" \1 i- : \
HaytonaNv HOUSES p.ulms. aiul surely you will join iniHie I 1gl.Nl.! Kf.V. near Lake Helen and at this
Dr. SAMUEL I.OltfldOtIS show with tanUvhi I
: M. LONGDENTIST : a cor .
$myrna hnrtl 'ur- d.a..u and say that this is a place several hundred people make
.... . = :t.a;; seeue.Everything .
f. road,th- -flIt
p winter
Fred Cumxniogs world wonder for beaut). i I IOne i headquarters. A laigc lumber "
G. W. Fisher 1OLJJAI'S"jDzLI. :
highway of t h. Hast: goes, from ahorst I | mill and the largest trick plant

Otvist. The town Is Owner and Manager. Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage I: Door North of New MerChants power up to a 2Whor' power, and Drug Co. ': the South arc located at Lake Helen.m 1'. t l-\.
located on th lliill-
< Homes. : Bank. !! I nil degrees; of spetd from a canter I I
tax Klver, nnd I- I Drgs. Stationery, ORANGE
oonnect wit h th.. II I 5.44 s...........!...s.s... : to a mile-a-minute clip. You will! I CITY Clothing
Xo one of Daytona's Iluyler's Cand&es.Kodaks ,
PORT ORANGE attractions. - --
iwnlnaula oppwtt'tor I I piobably catch the spnt wheno: The principal attraction around
>. perhap; commands more nearly universal 'S, !'! \!\!> Cigars
A brldgt I do the roads and the beach are Orange: City is the handsome Shoe
KLVNM. many
KI V.i
BEACIILots 'ours'l
w.-ll attention and praise than does
The' town 1*
The I The Florida sunshine is fre
Manhattan Cafe I golden orange groves. The town is !
laid out niul has the: artistic
cottages. The owners of
hom for Sale. : ; i balmy ocean breezes are free LhtI I supplied with water said to be I
many pretty '-s. these for ladies and gentlemen. \ the
charmingHIas hail from I
every Li II
A large nunilx-r of Liberal Terms : : bircs and squirrels and flowers are I % ii. VOOOALL purest in the world, another I
toorlatsRn,1 wIut.rrtdenta Allowed for corner I:f the country and they bring Regular Dinner 11 to 1:30: Daily. ; free, toe sparkling founta.n: water u hon to visitors. It is at attrae-//
niakt 1'0rtOrangewlntt'r their own arohitectural 1 plans and i Short Orders. Box Lunches. J
andu will: have to go down i The that
I :
passcnb-rs over Florida
heiulqnarters LuNd upon them, and, as the archiHture .; Everything Fresh. ; EastOast I
or RiverFISHING ; ; tuto; your wallet only for corn for I Ry. t-aa
en. of th l'= of one section of the countrydiffers : Special Attention Shown to Ladies. Leading :cr to carnages and
acerMI attriiciI.tfrmn auto, and bed and board. drive to DeL....a. ;
'omi-ul'. nl to\\1to- : from the architecture of an- : THE MANHTTAN CAFE f I GROCER The tou" is surrounded I I flRwrtAM
: the' t'll"dh-nl uiwl'i i It.ioTourw.. .- ; This ;Is ro: fanciful picture: it's al j by land I
fl-hlng. ui'il ItrtU:.;. ot'her: so do our homes differ in ; 33 South Beach Street ; PELANI-, F'..\. peculiarly adapted
.., \, tv> here. It L. drawing other thousands j o the cultiviticu oi citrus truits. ,
iiI.t| outward I
A short tthtAt.weat appearance and structuralbeauty .
\VfM. C 1I0W ') ,!( \! >-! !\!\! :!\! w'"Xtj't!@ '.! .!\ \! !I and -- I
them -
>f Port t nin..' \ from one another. There are 1 Ix/d'ng! enthralled, it wiIJ-! | ---

are the rinatnI Iunll&\\tOil( Poi' (iani< 111.>iF':.i.Port no monotonous 'rows cf strikingly .......................... charm :aid hold jou. 'uuie and s--e I *........................................... ..........
the old
similar build'ugs but the eye, as it :. Ip - - .. :,1
mill n plif t
thit sugar Is vblt.'tl"t'r' I sweep! ; byis treated to a kaleidoscopic : When You Are Looking for : 4
SIoftourI'ti. OrangeOYSIER "From the Grove to the Table"INDIAN I :t[ THE DAILY NEWS i
yrort'y huuIi' changehlch keeps the mind
Some One to Do

\s. -t I 1' rwNr It U no*. only the exterior of maujf FRUIT AND ORANGES :I .
of l ortOr I .
I tro\\.'r Itlill 1'.itl. r *
rounding th. oM I \> ch'homes: which rivets atteu- j Electrical Work j .Grown on the Halifax. .

null was n vast In- I I OYSTERS CLAMS.li.ivtflt.i and I tan; wi'.bx they are models of cou- : The finest quality of fruit for sale Gives Away to _some three persons whose *

dtgoand; sugar t''"It' Or.... . i I IIf enienre, and the ftnshJng! and furu- in smole "hoxes or car lots. Special +
_. v.the
pit ntut Ion.The null : i hing dive evidence of the eleganceand :I: PHONE 14 attentiOT paid to filling orders. f: names were mentioned !\ *

atvtIyintho'arI'days wits opt'rat.'d>'Xten- Ifl. C. nowIsiReal [ cultivation of those who worked : MUNROE & STEVENS t; very L3 y previous clays paper :

hut ibhcn I artl I it all out. Indeed it is the interior IFORLAW GROWERS:: AND SHIPPERS. *, .

MI-' for ft'ty i.r I Estate arrangement and artistic furnishing: .

fifty vcars.ery InsuranceOH I and sn. diI1g. more than the exter.orppear J Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. : Four Tickets to the Crystal :
A \ tnter.>..tlndrivr I I .. : THE ELECTRICIAN. .
I ace that gives a surpass.: .
from JliI .t\.II": I I -- Ia Theatre and a Merchandise *
f b, <>v. en-fan U a'h I harm to Daytona homes. This ft-.i- Best Prices Best Work *t .. ........ ,.,, ,... ..!...!.... !".!...!.! aSI

to th,' H|>|>riiu-h <.! L__Port Orange. Via. .I Ir tare Jastly merits prominence as au NORTH BEACH STREET Order for 25 cents on some *

t h. Port Or.iii--- 1II I other wonJer.treets ;' GITTENS & MESSING : .

l>t .1.:... lUTtttil. 5....... ..................iSlSiSieiCl5lSiSlOleielciE, .. .' -1.. . .\1 4 local store. : : : : : : I
t'a n d I Ii" uIMSHing r. I I ara Pavements the Most
through th. J. U. !1LiRTLC ;) : it I B I :; (' /V Fresh FishCI : : I
and Best.
: : _
]>rtiu-ii>.il stnt ol McDonald's Boat Yard NdL/ .
l\iri Oruuji> to t h. C(.knral j !I Why th. Architect of the Universe Established: 1903 :: -' : I

ru.u of thtir .- '. !. : chose to give Daytona the most adI: CHAS. M McDONALD. Proprietor =: and Rose Bay Oysters : Watch, for them ma 1
t.'d old I suti' Merchandise ''I ---your name > *

mi I. rcturnlai. t.. mirabl> the most picturesque natural 2: Railways. Boats Built Repaired : : MarkM en South Beach Street .. .

Ktvtonn I.v Sit.- r<> ul ltofl ('rangit. n. setting of all the cities of the South SIs I and Housed. Ia Phone 5 Prompt Delivery : : be next. :

on (hi mulnlauJ. : not revealed, but thai such is I .
I a// 1..I..a.I ." . . , . SIs. .
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MARCOS II. ROGERS TELLS of the! sun and the eight known planets t HAD f-
and their! satellites: was made as 11 I PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA I

II thrilling as any fairy! tale the apt
OF TRIP AROUND UNIVERSE./ I And He Had a Sign Out to Let the .
I :'llustratlons and ready humor of the Neighbors Know. I

speaker keeping every one Interes:L! I I In a little settlement I SMYRNA is situated nf-
on outskirts I
HOWE miles south of Daytona
I la closing: Mr. Roses referred to of Chicago two buses I
ENTERTAINS stand out
MEMBERS moreboldly reached
OF PAL- AND and is an ideal spot want tkvrrr .
the! fact that his TOO
ancestor, John Rogers than
the re>t" These two are I from Daytona by a hard surface road bt oraace
METTO CLUB AND FRIENDS was burned at the stake for a'- the domiciles: of two Italians of means CURRIERFLORIDA winding through one of the most picturesque apply at

; lesed heresy; and he expressed the who. although being very ignorant I parts of Florida. Point Grove

Fred Robinson has WITH INTERESTING TALK ON hcpe that he would: not be "roasted"for men. vied with each other for the With its ancient ruins dating back tortbflHrdlaD4la.
froma I social: leadership of the to a time when the history of maD dUn IUv.'rOraap
his ,
theories which do net coin-' locality.One LANDS
several weeks' cruise down the ASTRONOMY. runneth not, interlaced with wiresof th* hest la tksdate.

.coast, extending as far as the Keys, eld? with the popular idea of crew day a newcomer, in search of 3KW HMYRAA the modern telegraph and telephone .

and Is again with his brohter Thursday might have Len desig- tion. He bases his theory upon the;I temporary lodgings attracted by a FLORIDA its miles of shell streets as Grove rJtiMtcd 11_
: E. Legter ,
conspicuous sign in the window of the from Dmytomm
hard and smooth floor and urn
following as a overarched *
Robinson and wife on Second av nated as gentlemen's day at the Palmetto :- passage from Hersch: first of these two houses stepped to M. LEIDERSDORF! by forest that the Daytoa..N..
hoary giants
that there Smyrna Read.
f is "a consciousness and
anue. club the program beingin a the door to make inquiry. Resident Agent grew in stately grandeur during the
win Prices Moderate
i change of two club husbands, anda the affinity of matter which "I see you have furnished rooms I Town and lapse of bygone centuries. New rato

Phone 3S will call for your clean- goodly number of gentlemen were indicates the presence of the spirit here he said to the swarthy man who Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNProtlrkt.r

: tag and pr? alsig. tf BURNETT. in the audience. and soul of the universe. The hearty answered his knock. Property! and rest

approval of the new theory was in- "Ya," rejoined the foreigner, pointing
Mrs. Graham Thompson, president AH nature here is inviting to
A pleasant time was enjoyed last dicated by the hearty congratulations to the furnished room sign "dere'sda very
of the
club opened the afternoon by the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
Wednesday evening at the residenceof extended to Mr. Rogers at the close: sign.
Introducing W. E. Btodgett, who arranged too is to be found the Wit fishing and
I "Well, If nave R.SJALEl'l
Mr: and Mrs. S. W. O'Brien on of the meeting.A I you one that's suitableI'd
the musical part of the afternoon's like to rent it for awhile." hunting in the state of Florida.
West Orange avenue, when a mim- rare musicale concluded one of:
her program and thus added the most j' "We no rent da rooms" was the bewildering General The people are thrifty the busi-
of the friends of their niece enjoyable afternoons: of the!
another favor to the he has already j declaration. "I
MUs Alberta Lourcey, gathered together I club )'e.1rlfs.s Brooks, a talented I got my Hardwareand ness men enterprising, and all unite
shown the cJub.: The first : In here and dey take up all da
r in the welcome hand of
without her knowledge and musical number, young pianiste played Liszt's "Sec house." extending
pent a pleasant evening at the ond Hungarian Rhapsodie. with mar.' "Don't rent hospitality to strangers. There are
Keler-Belar, was given by the Pal- any rooms? Why, then, Builder's
house. metto orchestra with their usual velous technique and mus'.cianly fee! have you that sign stuck in the window five church edifices for white peopleand
good Ing. She Supplies, number for the colored
delighted her audience with ? an equal
Dr. J C Herman Osteopath. 20 taste and skill. They gave. as an encore her rendition of this exceedingly df-: "111 tell you. Las' week: dat fellow Furnitureand population; the town has an excel- I

t Volugii Ave., Daytona: Phone 40. tf the "Parade of the DoKs: ," by ficult compositionand received an. next door hang such a sign In his front lent high schooL a splendid public I
: GreunwaW
was rendered with
ovation. She gave as an encore a. window, an' we'n I see dat I put one library sad up-to-date business

Capt. J. S. Herbert, who has been I grace and verve seldom attained by "Prelude." by Rachmaninoff, which 1 of da same kind in my front window, UndertakingNew houses.

visiting his daughter, Mrs. J. W. Livingston | non-professionals. was much:: t'njoJf'd.IlsB! Brcoks I' just to show da people dat he ain't I SmyrnaTHE I There number of I
are pretty
and family for time I The president then introduced Mar- who only man in dls place dat have any I
some is
a guest of Mrs. Armstrong
i CUB H. Rogers the noted Massachusetts rooms furnished.:" Judge's Library.i homes for the permanent population i
poet, returned to h'e: home at DeLandon i has studied with Stanley OJmstead, a hI'1 which numbers close to 2,000. and

Wednesday. Captain Herbert wa editor and writer, referring to 'pupil of Leschetizky. and i:I II For
certainly i I fine winter residences. : STATE BARK
his successful __. __ __ some very
not in good health: when he i career as editor ofi | 1 a
came has a mot promising: future as a concert -
i two well-known : 11 11I [OCEAN 60 USE{ There are good hotels and boarding
here but was feeling better than he papers ono being the pianiste. ;11t1t4110tNOttltNOtIlOM000 Di S
houses where find
can accommo- .
had for time when I Brrkshire County Eagle a paper I that i you T
some he left having -I After various announcements, especially NEW SHYKNi
F. W. SAMS dations to meet requirements. t
has your
been much benefited by the published for 125: ; years. I concerning the Ktiffee j: ALL HEALING j
i That Mr. Rogers' address well i PROPRIETOR! Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a JOHN T. HAMMONDPrvUl. 1
change. was = ==== .
j! KJaUsch and Bookshovser to be given < >nt
.. named, "An Excursion Around the section of vegetable land as can be l
- at the Palmetto club on March 23::, DR. DAVIS Panthera ist Rates: GEU. L. tJKAXMMGi' :
I UnIverse" was easily understood I J found anywhere. This land has been 'a.hirrTransacts
FOR SALE-2 wa'l show cases.. for the benefit of the public library, $3.00 per Day)
when PENINSULA DRIVE divided into small farms which can
assured his
hearers that I
7 ft. 6 Inches floor '
long 1 case plate. the program closed with musx; Mr
t Hfiroiul Hou-e South \\.h..lo-r'I l ZKtor. at reasonable Someof
each per be bought
takes prices.
glass sides and top, 5 ft. long, at them every year a trip j Dohannou sang "Song of a Heart," .- .* t General '
'. of 600.000,000 miles around the universe 1 . WeekExcellent the finest celery grown in the stateis
Leeeene's Kodak Place 86-tf I -, by Louise Tunison and her rich DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA I Banking
passage free traveling at the | Hunting raised on this land. All other vegetables -
fe !I \oice was never more pleasing. Mr. !j jCornwall's I'lintli'THjiy U 11 r.--k comi>ouinlliinlfjIiiM I.i I. and KUhlngXKWSMYRNA i Business
almost! unthinkable rate of 1.IIOtlIJomi < : rt : "all he alliisi.( Th- forcv,, grow in abundance, and here, i
Mrs Lovina( Carrier( skillful! piano: i .
and daughter 4
accompani-j Ue1.'ne IIIt.t.-tu- Ma4etg.lst.: : -- : ; C nC '.tereM
( -. iifteeu eighteen too, is the home of the famous Indian 2
t bliss Harriet Carrier. who are o hU'!:" meat and the cornet obligate by lr,1 Mithy.| :Mauntlimid( Kl.Ttrirnl.oil: ., I "').0 RillA I on Time Depo Ut.
allies every sP rv.nd. I I a Ktib. Halt! tilowx te. Ths! ron. River oranges. i
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spending the season here with I Trafford enhanced the beauty of the 0 nr iilisolutf. Tr-'utiiH-iit nt office .
lo site: any adequate synops's: of SI.UI' t.oout( $:!.">.
C. M. Carrier singing. As !
returned Friday I an encore Mrs. Bohan- ; t.t-.J !
1 this interesting address is impossible, I lee.... .. --- - ---
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from a few day's visit: at non sang "Little Boy DIu" with an tNMtiNY ON
i but the unan.mouserdivt of all who I I II
Orange City and rejoined Mr. Cart -':I 1 appealing sweetness that touclud'
rier heardit was most laudatory and appreeiative. -'I heart. .** *.*.* .< **.**.*.. ******* iI! _
at his home in +
the PeoplesBank every *...................****.* 1 1I
i: The average person con .
r building on South Beach I The hostesses: ; of the day were ) '
siders astronomy a very dry and In- lrS'j' t R. H. MCDONALD t
i street. I I I Rogers and Mrs. nodgett.I : I.Th Co.
II tricate science, consisting mainly of | Joseph Zapf
rt. I I almost incomprehensible distances I I I i : MEATS I

Desirable lot near Hotel Clarendon
and hazy theories as to the heavenly :
it' to exchange for automobile. Box Probably He Wouldn't.A I Florida and Western : JACKSONVILLE. FLA. :
bodies, their size substance and hab- .

t 89-41 262'1 I its, but after hearing Mr. Rogers' preach country at Oxford lector in hN, corning turn complained up to J I It: The Choicest Steaks and : Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor :

: !story of the stars one felt that if : The Primest RoastsTVU'phoiMMH j
to I>r. Uouth. the venerable principal I :
I for
house in Florida. Sole distributors
. The Ladies( Circle of the cong..1 all lecturers had hs: gift of clothing *
I that the remuneration was I
wry .
gational church has secured enough dry facts with glowing interest, astronomy {, wh.it you want and we
(inadequate, considering the traveling
wUl..n..n\"or to that It. Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer :
: w'r you gt J
through their
money several :
f entertainments I would gain mannew del expenses 'inl the labor necessary for I + I'bonr'5POULTRY; .
: this winter and other "otees. the of the discourse. .
I composition I : Special attention is called to the : ;
sources, to provide a new carpet for The Copernican theory was first "lIow miuh did they give you?" inquired
i- the church and I l> Kouth. : J : MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. :
arrangements hne. explained and its history outlined; r. I
,been made for the "Only r;," the reply. .
purchase of a;! then followed: an interesting description -I was I Th."arll.r You l laf your order th-- *

'\ handsome velvet carpet to be placed of the spectri'M'tpe\ and its u-e.\\ "Only I 5;?" repeated the : t h.t"r rh!1'llIluu' huof .'-11111;'; Jtti : Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. i

in the church "Why I would not have '\': dOt.'tor'j .
next fall, before the and of how it had opened up new j / <- ihoKt .
return of the winter visitors. sermon for fifty!"-Bric-a-Brac. .*..************************.*.*****.***..***.+.**...
I! fields for astronomers A description j .........................

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Discount from Our Already Low Prices ,,

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a.o THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Peninsula Variety --- y

ruWIl.cd. .vt>rjr evcninR except / JD. -5 LL..1
Anthony Brothers tiny. from locpmbt. 1 to April I, by StoreDAYTONA 4

: Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best
y N'...+. V: I*,*, ..\xVM\vHMivt' WilxtPHJ, \\, ,Vllhttr U h. *lll%"'*\\ ,,\\h rYrt T 1-:. !-4ITZ(1! ItAI.U, K lStor.C Exceptional MonfV-saUng kinds of :
$ Vv'v f sW *iv MV "WiM, Vuluv In : lubricating oils on the market I ;
S. HAKR1S. City EdItor.
Enamel Ware .

Japanese China
GLV). F CROUCH Superintendent. i i'
.. Laces WEREPAIRAutomobiles
Entered as second class matter
December I, 1910, at the po totfice Ribbons :
: of all makes and in any condition.

I at Daytona Florida under Act of Opposite Webster's Grocery Store .. ..

March 3. 1879. Seabreeze Ave. .. 1i

SHOES - - Auto i
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l vxt f** 'OtnuMul Tttusvtllt., t Florida. ..... ..............................................
stt S KY ,diu lt.actW.. l'.th'l: 1k.t\7IL Daytona, I! J.

1699999099999909+9*NOOON00000........1111000 Complete Machine Shop J I 0...... NN/01.NN/0/0..................000N.J

j Clarendon I d Garage g Co, AEPCOMPETENTLMACHIINI BY. J*

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I I.B Rail and River:.l ::: OPPOSITE HOTEL CLARENDON SEABREEZE. FLA. : I rw&fU----; .

j .: AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. ftES::: t'' ;Cxlt Excblinge. :. ,

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iii..i.Wii..... ... iiiii' ii..i...r; 1 Perfumes.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.Best I Civet Is an aromatic substance of I! Use

JUST GOSSIP ti the consistence of honey and Is obi If IfI

i Mined from a pouch on the civet cat. of spending your time sweating over a
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Service to the East } BY THE GOSSIPER."ii.sulltru"toususrils
an animal from two to three feet long hot stove these hot days trying to get

Leave Jacksonville ............TJtOu.Ul: lrruuailfuntrlt tA'1l' S I and about ten or twelve inches high I I I the family ironing done on time when
Palmetto Limited. Arrlte KUnll1nllh..I1.'Mu.lII. j best known of animal odors I*
The .
Dr. \V. E. French that an
suggests I
AUKU ta.... .. .. tf...p.m.
DAILY. Carrying through Coaches Charleston :: ::::..:::.: 4.27 p.m: automobile tournameut on the ocean : musk which is obtained from the I.1 you can buy an
Hlchnioiul.. . 4'Bia.m. musk deer. China furnishes the best
ICUetric-Ltehted Pullman Drawing Room Washington.: ::::.:.:::::: h.tr+a.tn. Leach might be made an interesting I

w.Jacksonville to Kaltlmore 11 V.lrta.m..:.5 a.in. feature of the coming aviation: meet. are quality.packed Twenty-five in oblong boxes pods composed or sacks I AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRONFOR

K. 150I.m.JCew particularly to form some attraction of plates of lead inclosed in a caddy i

for the crowd during intervals of made of pasteboard. Musk is obtained
York and Florida Special. / I'nlly Kxct-pt Sunday No.>>
of this train de Luxe.Lravr.. Jack'sont: '__.................. I.W".m. waiting, which may occur in prepar- from Assam, Siberia tbe Altai
Description popular of Pullman 1(rawingBoom. Havannah ............. .. ....... &Irlp.m.' of northern
TUB train consists ation for flights etc. A tournament I mountains and other parts

Htattfltooin.HlreplnK: heated, lUnlngund by IItt'Rm.ArI"t'1,1tearyObarnatlon Charleston Richmond .....................m 7Aia.ni.Washington of this kind was used very succtus- I Asia. Ambergris Is another animal I.
(care .....................1(.:a.m.
anlpped w Itb the new throughout highspeed brakes by t'h'l'trlc."R and tiunore.........................11.2(7 a.m. fully he says, betwten events at I odor. It Is secreted In tb3 Intestines I
18 ttj brilliantly special Iljht lighted twang provided for each \'t't Philadelphia.M p.m.berth the races held at Rochester N. Y., I of the spermaceti whale. A very curl $3.75These S
affording perfect comfort In writing i New York. Prnn. K. K. fact Is that amCcrgiis Is only accumulated
\ Hta.,7th Ate., S2d Ht..._ S&fi p.m. last fall members of the local club Otis
or lor reading at night. I by disease-that Is, It Is I
........ in it. The rings were
Leave Jacksonville ..... 1.15a.m. taking part
Florida and West Indian Limited. Arrive. Hu'.lInnab................. 1.lu lp.m. three felt above the I only secreted In a sick whale. It 151 I
Augusta............ ..... 1I.1iO p.m suspended very hard of a light gray color and la I
Through h.. ...... .. ..... ..
DAILY. Carrying I C oac C'bRrl@oston. 5.411 p.m. drivers' heads, which made it rather found In quantities \ from twen

BlectrIc-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room :.. Bsblngton.Rl.bmond..6.th.tn.! ...... ...... fI.4la.n1.eepinc difficult to capture them. All who ty to fifty pounds. It Is worth about j are the Standard Laundry Irons and are

Care, Dining Cars. Jacksonville .. Rultimort'.1tI.1128.m. have attended the automobile: races f6 an ounce.-London Standard. I for
W. Pblllltlt'lpbla..11.Sp.m.! I sale by
to New York. \ Nt'w york.. .............. J.jop.m{ here will renumber: the tiresome
wants of the events Mucilage and Gum. !
Coast Line Florida Mail. Leave Jacksonville ............. 1.6.'i p.m. between some
'rrh' HII\"lInnah.................tHIS a.m. and how some amusement at those "I went Into a stationer's shop In '
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches ('hllrlt'loton... ..... ... ... .!\'ili.m. times would have been appreciated.TAX London one day" said an American. ;j i
I The Schantz Electric Ice
ad Electric-Laghted Drawing Room II N R'ishington Rtchmoad .:::::::::::.I .5Inp.nt.:, : :t: "and said to the shop assistant: i| ,
.epingCars. Jacksonville to New York: ,IUmor... ........... I.Oa.m. 'Do you keep mucilage?* :

mop at Meat Btatlono. ... 11'\rw. Phlllldt'lphla.' York.................... S.40ft.m.7.1311.11I. BOOKS WILL CLOSE 44 'No. sir: the young man answeredWe ,
Local Sleeper Jacksonville to Savannah. FIRST OF NEXT MONTH. try to take In all the papers but ;i and Water Co.
Best Trains to the West. I there are so many new ones coming
tax books '
The state and
county l I: out. Still. I can order mucilage for ........................,....OOM..000000000.0l/OONO
Nos. will close the first day of Apr.l: and I you. sir. Which number dd! you
".. It. South Atlantic Limited So. $3. Montgomery Route '
/32 n ud"'I 157 1111(1 N.iLlr4pm all persons who hate not paid their I want?'

"I learned afterward that I shouW: .
I.v....Jack onvtlle..Ar 11.15"11I 415 f., . Jack."IIV111e..Ar 7..I1"II' taxes by that time will become delinquent .
..IIIamr.... ... AtIHntll. ..... 1.1".251'11I H.51111111.\r pm lollt ..IIIt'r).. .. 1.,. Itillpm: hate asked: for gum. They don't hair
s.< 1.06amr... .JII 8.6pmr... .('hwlnIlIlU.. .1., nut ) t.lllltlll Ar.. .. ;" t ,, .. .. : .Ulltm r- --T-l J
'.IOam Ar...... (''hkllgo.\.. p II 1.1111111Ir .... !!'Ot.. Lllul.. ..... 1., II.mJlIII New Smyrna, is the tico.lector "i'ut an Englishman traveling on
N.3a 11111 ,Ar..1 Jdr ago..Lv' 6.2''j'ill II one and of our said railways stopped a train

No. H. Dixie Flyer Route So. '5. N\I ; NJi 'lave you cot any cum?' "Florida Limited" ,

-, i,-- ON REPORT BY CABLE. 44'No; I don't use It, b"...V the lreplied ,,\> : "Southern's Southeastern Limited" J I

I.>> pm 1.\.JI\l'k'un\.III,. .. \r .ill/llll H.I" pus ''I.v.. .Jlu'k.mIIIt'r "..I.tIIlU100.pm CHICAGO, March 1 -The wluat In friendly fashion but I can "Jacksonville-Atlanta Special""Florida
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Ar..1Caycro. 11111 pm \r' \\.II ero+v I I. :'.11111111 Is h.'r'
let have chit03' tt
roau' Ar..lthutth .1.\ "+'.1111'11I 2.111111I \r ..\lIolII 1.\ 1data:>> market opened with i the IIl''t.; a you a Special"SOUTHERN I
8.6pn \r.nll..U.. .. Inutiaut! II.: IIIIII \r. HirllllllghUIII Lv 1.1) p11tL4eam I,1uWashfn.rtun Star 45
\r. ... ('hleago LvNlput 1.151111Ir. 'hio'lUw ... 1.5' NitlIIIT.
am .\r...... Ht.I.oubt '". I.vh..i_ '1'11I I t.:..../111I .\r. ..1'\1. 1..u.. . 1.,' 11.D ptn I quarter lower on cable reports and 111
reports of good rains in the growing An Accomplished Linjuist.
For Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or Write "Did you 1Ir1m Trench whi'e you 1 RAILWY I II
sections. Later the price advaiutd
A. W. FRITOT, Division Pass. Att. W. D. STARK, Traveling Pass Agt.1M I I were In Part? asked lUldad. meeting -. on light otfericgs. May was quotedat Slithers shortly after his return from
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Jl 1-:'e. Provisions: were lower EuroiOh.*?.

......................... ;......................... on heavy hOt receipts.: Pork. $17.20; a little" said Slithers. "Not so I West FLORIDA Northwest.SPECIAL. SOUTHERN'S LIMitED.SOUTHEASTERN
.I'lard, $S3.; rilt;, $9.:;;. Ho.-s were very much tliuucn I got so I could and. I
New York and the East
: STEAMER I fine to ten lower and cattle were say cigarette" in I'rem" Lv Jacksonville-...... ..... ;.40 a. m. Washington --

Cherokee Tomoka River i II stt-'ady. "Good In !french said Uildad. "What Is cigarette i Ar Atlanta....................5.00 p. m. Lv Jacksonville \I.Ol>)> a !' I
Ar Chattanooga..l.3; p. m. 1.10 p ii.
: FUt : "Cigarette." said Slithers.-Harper's 0 Ar CmelDrtau..s.VO a. m. Lv Columbia '..4O |p. m
McCURDY TO COME SOON Weekly. I Ar Louisville ...............$.40a. m. Ar Wailiingti'D >..S3a III'

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TO PREPARE FOR FLIGHTS. Ar Chicago 5.25:: p. m.r lUltiniore 10.82 a i' I
Taking Away From the Subject. Ar C'1f'veland..3.15 p. mAr Ar 1'hila.leli.bu 13. ii.
.. .. Aviator J..1. 1>. McCurd.v, who is When Frederick Robertson of Urigh, I Detroit .....................&.00 p. m.r New YorL _'.31 (J' n..

f The largest; fastest and only boat stopping at the now Washington fulfilling some i ton. the great preacher who had written : -- --

J upper cabin. : contracts between Glenn II. Curt: '> : much about Tennyson's pot-ins and :: FLORIDA LIMITED. JACKSONV1LLE-ATLAMA
for whom the had regard,
poet a SPECIAL.
\.I : West and Northwest. I
aiid< the United Statts ia gig
army '
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first called upon him. "I felt. s:. d S Between Jacksonville and AlUota j I
First-class Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin. :1' ins uiitiiutions to young Tennyson. "as if lie had come to pink! Lv Jacksonville . '.05 p. III.p '
+ ill a\'i.thIS'1 out the heart of uiy mystery, so 1 talL. Art.mta) ....... .. ... 5.20 a. m. I.,. Jltd..unnilt' -..id pd .
:..............................................> > >> > \\ arrive in Dajtoua etl to him about nothing but !.doer." Ar "iiiilk' ... . . "..).> p m \r llao'ii i .i., .

lIl'xt'k to compete a'I >a.at ; ..... .. ... I
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Steamers U.S.A. tlit lolloping week. The nia,'luin sill For the First Comer. .\ lH-tr-.it................. t30a. in. Asheville N. C.Ar .
I Ir
I Louisville 1! Young ManS( Miss 1.u lid is jour ltin ioghant..12.15nano' I.v JlK"k..on\.6oU. I t
\\ Lt' ready for the aiatoriea lu- oldest sister. Who after her!
mines ; Ar Kati-as, Cily...........10.25 a. m. Ar Asheville fa .
AND Constitutionare arrives. the engines! now bell: !._ ov',-rluiultd Small rrothl'r-\ohc..tly: ai'ft c'.me yet ti Ar ( oloratlo Spr lIgt!.... a.l.) a. ilL \r Cinciunatt j a !. I.I I.
andNashville ) !Ioy tlif! uiaihiuu-iai! who ai- but pa says the first t 'lIothat comes :

j riled; hi're .-'-xral d.IJb a'; (. can have bt.'r.-Boston Transcript. \ll I--i. :dt l -Ill'lll. ittln..Iiaa'IIt.I- I "'ttiI.ilI- ;IIht:.1' .......,. . ;
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now betweenDAYTONA I .
running II 4 I 'I'll I Kh! 'I' \ ; '
:: IiS'f'I''f.!: i-\t ': .TB.\' ''t..7 l\ik t
Railroad i I I B 10'.., !'.II ni:MI It' .. i\;iti n., .f>.I| t'(,IiiI"' I'' I i I .I It.dtl..." .va.. '
; Greatness and Smartness. : I
and I R. B. CREAGH. Trav. Pass. Ajt. G. R. PETTIT. D P A
iit' FOR JACKSONVILLE BOY. "Which would you rather be-truly I
j I Hotel Despland, Daytona Fla. Jacksonville Ia!
I :: ===---- ---- -- = == PALM BEACH great or really smart?" :I JNO. L. MEEK. A. G. P. A., Atlanta Cat99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999
.J.CKSOX'ILI.E.lanh: ly{ -That Smart of ('ours"hy1' ." : I
Montgomery Route. S I hydrophobia tau&td the dtath of Albert .'\\ I
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II I Miller aged y, or 61Jlrytle: : avenue -: "Well you may be truly great and
Lv Jacksonville, A.C L... S.15 pm Leaving Daytona Saturdays and was determined by the autopsy no one ever know It, but if you'resmart i .

I ..........12.22pm >| !I I
Lv Birmingham Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. held since he died. .\ report of you can make people' think that

Lv Nashville: ................. 7.55 pmAr 1 bound South. the autopsy has been filed with the you're great."-Chicago Post.

St. Louis, I.. & N..... 7 40 am | I state board of health. The boy was I I I.9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999t999STEAMER

5v Leaving Palm Beach Saturdaysand bitten several weeks ago by a puppy High Finance. :
j Tuesdays at 9:00 a. m. DrIggr-b it true that you have broken I
four five
Dixie Route. or months old and the I
| off :your engagement to that girl 4
North.I'nn.'t' i
wound made by the dog's teeth SWANLENGTH
who lives In the suburbs? Griggs :
I Lv Jacksonville, A.C.L... 8.25pm I failed to heal and lately an mflania-
Yes raised the
they commutationrates
Lv Chattanooga ............11 37 amp., i"I.r r IMh'k I tion set in, which caused: the lad >nten&e ; :
and I have
on me. transferred to
Ar Chicago .. ........... 6 47 amSouth *: I I Buffering before his death. a town cirl.-Life. I I 150 FEET 281 TONS.

I __--b-- _ ______ I .Xuuiistliu-Miami: r'H; publK-Tii.da. .l I.:1- i\-Tliiir-; I'.ivtoaa I;iami fort.. viturtlaMit II I With excellent; accommodations and strv ..

j i .>> sa!' Atlantic Limited. 4 ,
and for cabin ,
:M<.ii.li>,. .1y.dn.-dn.adPrid) ..inTii electricity capacity sixty \ as >s. t :
..Ut-t.. 01McCOY\ U.aul'.' mi. i F. E. C. TIME I TABLE
Lv Jacksonville, A.C.L... S.15 pm I is now being operated betweenDAYTONA I

I' Lv Knoxville L. & X.....12.20 pm ; BROTHERS IN EFfECT J.\'l.-\ .. 9.ol wit .

Ar Cincinnati .. ..... ...... S.J5pm ; : .
-- ------ ill B Ar Grand Hapids ... .. G.45 am k I _ .:. i I and I

Ar Louisville .......... ...... SAO pm i : Seminole Limited h7 I tut/ aa .u au II 0. hr :1rr .

I Ar Indianapolis............. 1.03 am I I-I" - -- PALM BEACH I
:v SOLID TRAIN :Ji'I' : tip lap V ir'n \I .) I Jacksonville 7 \1'. 7 :" 1' 21 lip I ".'fl'. :.':i : .
- -- ------ -- I If up H 35p I I map III ..". lit ::et St. Augustine 't ,:.,. x 4.'|. 1 '''I' II :.." _:.., ---- --
Three first-class Electric Lighted : I Electric Lighted Throughout. j I 1.: .'.'.I 5 4-tp 3 5.ip Ii .11'(> :hp) UrmonJ .; :'p .t .-"-1'! 11 ia.. 11\ 1 I' I -- -- --
: jI 1tt; : S.p 4 (I Sp 1: 4t'p 1 N'p l>d\tonaKuckleJ : ii1r I Ii :5i : :ai 4 i I
Trains, Berth Light, Dining Cars II I : : s urtl.;:,: i rt It'p 2 tap 4 lip| e I; ;:: i 1 t :'V: Y Jt a i 5a: ;: :: i I 'r
I 7 Oat '! ;:iii i I:! :i7 "">p !' <. '|" NN.l'almllcach.Miami : 7 ;'1;t :i U5a, 'i ":I.I i :1'1'! I
on each train, a la Carte. ? pct I to l tat I :iw i: ami 1I1 n-p I n i v>]" :. :'I' +a 7 ti, I u'II I '.'a " '1' !
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I &Nasbl'ille i.i i. ti This schedule is published as a matter of news to readers of ; and .Intermediate Points through the Picture :
Louisville R R L.T. i w9jLROPO
the Daily News and not as an C and Indian River Route. I

advertisement Leave Daytona Thursdays 8..1+ i", a 1'1'> I
B. WALKER Fla. Pass. Ajt. f I
i Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8:0v( f..
118 W.Bay St.JacksonvilleFla. ...0..........00.......OJ00.......0.....0..0.00..... i iI

....\. '..'.'''.'. .\!.,.,!:' !..., .,.,.,i. AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. '
uiiaa..........uiu.iiaoiOt . . BOND LUMBER COMPANY TKKhTS AND STATEROOMS
*II(". i \ 1 1 Km I'mill I' n tin nt in'I "I| .- I I
Inv .1"I.: I it Ii :i.t.l- liK
% t \"I.WI'' "t"l( .
;oliiiin. I'6&U! 1'.I. 1'nun_ < a1. 2 Maaufacturers (of 4 M3 FOSTKRAGKVi
t. Jerk-1111\II6.:1 i' inr 4 .
CROCKERY \ ( !In.'alI. 7:: in i
1U2:! j
.. ,r. "st. Ltui- ... 71", u. niFor Laths. Shingles Flooring Ceiiing, Buck, Lime and Cement in Stock 0i : BEACH SF D\N O\V
: Vt i:> uuit.b l I'rh' 2 .10! < pin. t'.1 ii r. i\atioiian; t 1.ui-
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road tuk t 1101.11" > !> .I. : i 1- j i. ,
.: JOHN P. POLLITZ. S. KloilJ.i I'll"t.II." I i'...VNTXVKI: .1.1.-1..11\111..10'1:1.. I j i 'Phone 83'I: R. J. I LBY, Manager. i i OPERATED BY THE GULF COAST TRANSPORTAIIU's t"M' \ I ItHe.

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Daytona, Florida r ;,A SEABREEZE .. t

; \1 LL] !II : f FLORIDA J
NOW - -
OPEN !. j5 "I .

I : Because of tte large number of : J

t L. M. WAITE Owner and Manager. !: advance bookings announcement is !i e0/"j

A made that! the Prince Georgei i 1 I FUNCTIONS I r : :

Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all i: extend its eensoa to May r asd the II .

Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern big hotel wfil)! be kept open until that I : l Now Open :
time Ii I! >
x Convenience. Send for Booklet. J: i I I i UNiQUE ST. PATRICK'S DAY .

r4 CONCERTS DAILY. j 0 Major and Mrs. J. B. Downing entertained : Booking Offices: :
: 4 Seabreeze Florida E. L. POTTER, President I
: the
3' Bummer Address: ATLANTIO HOUSE Nnrrngun: Pl r. Rhode hand: !. hotel with guess of the Dcspland EUHHHHEIT 1 I FRIDAY. : Hotel Blackstone Chicago W. S. KENNEY Manager9999999999999999999999999999999 ? .
some excellent music 1180 Broadway. New York .
y NNNN.H/0N.NNNO.N0/NNNN0/N0.N NN l 1..it evening, the major; p! ying the ../ K :'11". Foetot I IIoI
I <- \ [lolin ....................... .....................
= and Mrs. Downing accoupany-: DAYTONA LADIES ENTERTAIN IN

-...../ / / :.ng him on the piano.: .\ +99999t99999999999 I'
Located in the Most Beautiful
THE RiDGEWOOD I; Recent arrivals at Schmidt's hotel PALMETTO CLUB S are oan n I
1I are Mrs G A Dreka. Mrs Coulter I ROOMS I Spot en the Halifax( River... ... I ,'

ci 1I I Y Mrs F E Bond, De'beit: Billson, De- FRIDAY AFTERNOON.Mrs. JOHN J. McGUIRE Proprietor. J I

s E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. I Land, :Mrs David Cebhait. Mrs K G TITE INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better w '

Mathict, Dayton 0, Geo L Mcllvaine. Menefee Huston and her s's- Florida. Table ol the best of everything in season. Terms as reasonable as

NOW OPEN. i St Louis, M_Meyers, Iowa. ter, Mica: Mary E. Wilder, recently J I| the service will permit, tfveu on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Phone No, 112 < 1 i i'' .

J ---- issued invitations to a Piomer Party ...999999999999099999999999999999999999999999999999mmTHE :
Among the recent arriva'e at theDespland
All departments will be managed by white Northern help, < I to be held in the Palmetto Cub:
; are Amelia M Go s, Adarts, .......S.....N.."e..40.....N......0...Ne .......... r
V2 selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white I* X Y, Helen J Pierce, Syracuse, X Y, I rooms on Orange avenue on the af- : '

0 I Cole! Danle>'. H L Panamon, Jackson I; ternoon of St. Patrick's Day, Frida, BENNETT #
help used throughout the house. The table will be
< vine I H Oppenheim. J II Hirsch, At- March 17, and ths! proved to be one : n.'TH, .". 1-'l.It1DA.. !
with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the \: lar.ta.lrs M A Cavman, Mrs P B Nun"uftu. th. rl'iMl! -. 'b..n und i' tin' IIU.nil mining II... nt "I( \ |II ni.th A i
1'of .
1 the moat interesting social evens S I.\NK. |p1.gn I "i. rot-oa H'''I''Ii., I Ih'. li! ,mil,, tt is ttl.t-rl., -. "I.\.n pnt, < 1.an i l''i-! 'I
Y New comb, St Louis, \\' M Dunn, and I falurt . .
finest Chefs and Waitresses obtainable HP -htipt 1"101'i t lulu whiti < niiU| >M s II n !IUIM II. O
wife, Cincinnati. of the season. All attending: were I 9) iitniui.ih r. luul i 1" !1..0/1, I'a't..u- luaa| t.n1. Hi.,i' ......i! .,x. I,"... ''r". f. ,u .
ins ourt.. urng.; Hut- wi I II h. ut"| ,n, "'II'" inoiilli uf April. .
Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. requested to wear green gun bonne': sand a
'vl' 2 Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages Marblehead, Massacbusetts. j

'%.++......>.*.....*...*.*.*...*NO..*..NNNO/M..E.e Among the recent arrivals at the in addition to this feature qui'e I 0 N N 8 N N 0. H NNN N ti t
RIdRewoed are Mrs A D Miss
Reed :: i
a number appeared in attraeticos
Cunningham, Minneapolis, Mr and I 99999999999999999 99999999<3999990999999999999999THE I

...'.................. ......I101010Ie10100101010I0.r I MM Balfe Wagner, Lafayttte Ind,I tumes. t l

I U Hartman and wife, Belleville 111, Bridge was enjoyul from 2:30::: until J PROSPECT I

THE PRINCE GEORGE Mr and Mrs Rudolph! Montctair X J, 4 o'clock. There were some thirteen .

\ DAYTONA FLORIDA Edgar W Work, wife and son, Xew or fourteen ttbles engaged and''; I I 109 South Ridgewood Ave. I' UI
: York John K McCarthy, Rott W j 22 r"oms-l1 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office. !
Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors the prizes were secured by Mesdames : Steam Heat.
S Fitzell, Philadelphia. W C Janness
., and wife Baltimore and Mrs F J. Ii. Downing A. Milliard and \V. E.:: .' _-I .fis/( Mr. Foster p. j. DOYLE, Proprietor. J I

: WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL MAY 1st. E Dennis, Carbondale Pa. Blodgett. | ............ ....... ....................... .

.0i Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. --- Folic :'i -; t'e card! a numbr of
f : Two hundred Joot frontage on Halifax River. Late arrivals ft th !H'miUoT ae > Le..uKts: 4::-Lt-d i and joined in a :. .

,1S:'N Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. A Zink, Salt I.r.rx! U' ', yA i<'ts A J 1: I j march: .'or the purpose of displaying'' :: HOTEL SENECA JACKSONVILLE. ; FLORIDA. : 1
I'OKNKK; |It V\I. M> (Ii'M.I.aT'a..
White Help in Dinin Room. Eoswk!:, A .vv.- C1' :: '.-c'; Canada -
r. the green head gear of the ladies and /
i Mrs H S Hyde J, Sprlngfie l. Mass, ENTIRELY NEW. .
t, The Prince George Pier Is the only landing In Daytona for .M.AJ u tlnt' and AV Rhodes Philadelphia: C C Rod- the fancy costumes> prizes for the'I' 1
Albert Bennett, Proprietor C. R. Bennett, Manager *
: Palm Beach boats. Particulars with pleasure. j d)'. Delaware A :\Morse, Mrs A M best of which were awarded to Mrs. '' :
i A Ntct- Place for Xlc I I' "-. ".lIt'r. Mnin H-Mt mill I'hon.. K\: ,' *
!I. Scranton :: Nopl HiinnliiK: In r>
Morse Pa, S C Rainy Ma- W. W. Foltz and Mrs. T. T. Marsh,
: Same Management as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N. J.JX 'OnI' B Koom. Whit.- "K.r\lr. Throu;.:hottt. /tK. Mr. Foster *
{ Hiddock Charleston} lIe! although the judges had great difficulty : .
-'-; N. ./! Mr. Foster : enV Taylor, Pt; slmrg, Charles ........N...........................................
: EI011U010101.1..1.I.I.I.II.I.0.1.IUSIeII.I.IeSI.r..I Greece, Arcadia, Fla 11 : in making a decision: among *;>o -----
Whitney pretty character costumeMaj. ................................*...................
I and wife, Iowa Mrs M D Miles and many

-1 :01 I I I IsISIeI I I I I I I I I I I 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 I children, Xew Sm'fna.'la, C AUarnta J. B. Down-tip. M. II. Rogers, ('o1.J. 1; NEW SEASIDE INN H DAYTONA H. MANWILLER.BEACH. Proprietor FLORIDA *t

and wife Xobn-ska, Mrs J R U. RC'J i sjV.: : :M. Huston, \V.
i I }Francis Chicago Ill Mm (' P \VillianiAOM i. J This new and select family hotel has |lust 'been= : t:1I1.IIcd and ruin: ui.Iud J
GABLES Blodsett u...J 1h<.s., ii. White wctv
THE NEW Mrs J Wagner, Miss Wagner for the season 1910.11 to rnett the tt-vjiiitcnicnN ol It. ruUii ,..itr'Il'- *
n '
i' Newark: N: .I, N: U JI1.escw: the judges, aid Uie III./A& m (lli erase Furnace Heat Hot md Cold Fall.s kk:.:tri.: and Uas L uhts, LailKllsRates : :

\ Daytona Fla. Sm> rna. a.sell a,,; ill lie card gait' '> : $2 50 per Day znd Upward Weekly Rates on Application *

KM I ___ coeskted! of miniature :'og cal: i'I.:s, a si 1:1111': 1 1dd, l/. --: !'H ,11 11-I I I n II K\ \1.11-.1 I IT:. ". .,i:,,i i. >' N I I. r
;': fi t .,. LOCATED EVERY MOD a: ST. PATRICK HONORED small village of whoh: were diepltv. d ............._.01........... ...........oN ............
a table in the center: or'lhe __ __ __ _n h ____ __
: k COMFORT. .. ..i : AT THE SARATOGA INNA room. During the march the ladies O+............N.e.......C......................... i

4r wssf. ti 1 U: \to!")' pleasant progressive; euchre .-.!us the "Wearns': of the Green" at-

e party was held! l'riday evening at the I companied i upon the piai o by Mi i-s "The Ivy Lane Inn"i

Throughout I Saratoga; Inn. To do honor to the t j May ..Polley.Mrs. .
I Sh A High Grace House. catering to the: irost prticuli.r people .l location :
I RDV >Fs .. / UK'mor.v of St. Patr.. k the parlor wasattractively W. M. : ffi-er read in her
- ?? $3.00 and $4.CO Sl1.;O and week.
higher +
Th .'rllnlt 'II.Thou-Jintl Nlainl'hrli d--i.-or.tt: xl with: green flJfaiul pleasant: manner an assay or 1/.1; i per per :
r "' X. Y., during tuinnii-i tll l banners, vile! all who tcok tart !story prepared for the I I
1111.fis" Mr. Foster I
ply of the emeia.'d! hue. brought lorth hearty ajiplaute) : a. ..........0..............1................0........ I
The ladies dd also the recitation: of the ew.
III I I I I I I I I I I ISII e-ptc.ally presented a in -- .
I I I I I I r 1 I I I --- ---- -
fine appearance with thwr beautiful "Shamufi O'Hnen," by Mrs. K. 'I 1'. 9999999909999t)99999..N +9999999e9999999.99999999999THE

large hair ribbons aid the Conrad, who was in costume to suit. :

.I..u.......................................... gentlemen The ft.frt'l1ou.'. iois'i: f. : SEVILLE E. II PURUY PropUaytona .
also dismayed fire green llt.'k. ts : : > ed of ci .. Honda y
t. : S ties with red ana wuiu rose to form fee, rolls, and doughnuts.; Miss Etelyi J r

-i THE HAMILTON a contract. During the evening Horace Clark presided over the delKi( <>u> : GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON I

I Geiger of St. Louis renileieJ soft punch which was served during thlll : Surrounded by Spacious Grounds, in the most deli!,htnl! ( ait i oJ t the V.itv I '

r New and First Class Irish airs on the piano, which were afternoon. The rooms were beui" iI j.I i- The guests receive the best the markets afford in the dining room and eves Y

thoroughly enjoytd. I fully det! orated in the
I 0M In the ladies' share of the prizes day. fronds of baiut.oo. p.iliue.U :ai d l 9999999999999t9999939999999999999Q999999999999The ,

I Miss Jlary Maguire won fiit prze: a tier" xr-yt'tai'ou! bis:!I; u..etl pin --

1 Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells and Mrs. llartr.on D. S-I's of Stlujnectadv. -- paJi' ti' >r I 1t'-1 pin' |I'< te.Buor .1..t..1..I.4.I.aOBO..r.I.I.I.7.1.3.e

i ', N. Y., the cons' ia'ion. For : D.\'il lllJt.1. : '1 .1U..v :
1 '
t 5 Elegant Rooms with or without Baths :I :' tinent"eineii.. Ilarno.i D. Swi's t< ok n.liiiticmiAiL ,: nlttut rt".n.: I,., ,',r'... "t Li u r *l ,I

k i :! I the I list, andViI aid U'e &h: a' I Its [l .1IIdhc..I..i\.1..C. ,. -'t.Il1b.t.IIIJ? : ., \y. J. sIP s C N. [I'rOP, : r-
r" : ;lttttlc: 11,11' kta-.naiad. tail-
U I II ;on, MJ.SS.! the consolation. MisM.uv I : '
.* I , 1 I.I.B.K.I.1C.. *.oaSIOIs lB.B9l.IIa.rii*2JaSISri... 1
..: S MRS. I. M. MABBETTE, ProprietorS : : UrnoM! of. llookyii.! ald1.! .- AT PRIXCE mm HOTEL 1I.
'. I .\ln.Magiurf vv. .e r<.' ousib e :or'h
i| .
; I ...4H e4I.H" .4SS O O d.toi>r tSG GSSS QtsaN
.u. it'-A of iho party. AIIO.IK t 'tee. I. -- .

Palmetto Avenue ./Isk. Mr. Foster DAYTON FLORIDASCHMIDT'S :. 1 who played at the tables! were: Mr. : LARGE NUMBER OF INVITED !! THE AUSTIN i I

S.1.I.I.I.ISII.I.I.I.I..I.I..1.I.ISIISUSSUI.IIUSUSI.I. a'dIrs.: \\'il'ard We'-ah.! Lo '.:"on,I' GUESTS PARTAKE OF HOSPITALITY I _

Ma-h. II. Geiger i St. Lou r>, Mr. aid :( I! OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTON ILOKIDA; : q_. <

Mit.. F. Williams, Mitt; E. ottoSon, !! DF MANAGERS OF POPULAR I I I +
}z0ISIS..I0I0110I"0I'I'I'I'I'I" ISII'I'r'I.I'I'I'I'I'.It : :Nework city: Mr. and Mrs. S. A. : G. \'.'. SVv'AN. Prop ictor .
II i i. f
('011 I't'on, \\ ::.1Ian "po: t. Pa., Louis HOSTELRY.One : Electric Lights and Call Bells. Steam Heat Met and Cold Vjier: t-
: and .Mrs. \Vanke Mrs. May Dr'o:1.: : I ,
of the most pleasant of 1110' t999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999
Mrs. Mary Barker Brooklyn X. Y., .
r Henry Schmidt, Proprietor Daytona, Florida : i otany social functions which ha\ .
Chaa. A. Button Amsterdam, X. Y.,
: Situated on the bank of the Halifax River, one mile from Atlantic : been held in tta.Uona this sea99999999999999999MKb ; ;
Mr. and Mrs. F.V.. Wolfe. Mr. and
o I Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms I the St. atrick'- ball at the IV-if: I t 1 f
1 are large, airy, and nearly all have sunny exposure. The cuisine and scr- S :\Ii-;. C' D. Vincent.V.. Orange X. George hotel Friday evening, wUnM 1 i: : l 1) J M.MIN'i.S I s 1

;. 2 Tice is admirable. Rates, $3.00 per day and up. Special rates for familieson : .I.I Mr. and \Irs. Jauict M. 15aker.MTN. >ine ;San peiMtr.ts satbtrtil in: i.*. .: THE PINES \.'! i it:I : "" I'
.", application. X. Wagman. Mss.i Josephine 'f} _
spouse to invitations i issued by An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct It
_0..I..I.I.1.I.I.I.I.I.I..I..0i.I.I.I.IIISSISUISISI S Cf\ans.: San.tosa Springs X. Y., G.Iarlettt' managttuei.t of th's popu'ar ho, -til'i 1: i supervision of the proprietress.
111'. \ Mr. and Mrs. II. D. '
to enjoy a social t nie and, do '
\\ i's. Geo. M. I'0-.twirlc, .F. S. :MeKvui. 338 South I Ridgewood Avenue, DAYTONA, FLORIDA \

I I ; ("haa. \\'. \Jt-'ers ai.dVm.. to the menmr.v of St. Patrick i Same I inana,.nt!!* ,is the S*. A st.". ;",,'.1.. :\.Hlll. I'.t S I i r
..... . . . | ;
.. ,
:1110..I.I.I.I.I.I... 1 1 1 1 1 I I I: The dining. room was uuud .t- :rlJ I

... Uubelnan, all of Schnettady. X. Y. ball room and the \arioiv: rooms <.I> 00....N....N......N.I.H....0.4..Ie 0........e4tM
South Avenue.
Ridtewood : i.
m THE MAGNOLIA the howl were" pr' ttiiy de or.ited I M ii'- E
: Four Handed."A .
pr.ncipal: l'( !or being gn- n. lJt Ul' .n.! -
.. jj and fruit theplace. Furnace heat. RATES: $2.CO per : I monkey has four hands" remarked ,
: Fresh milk, vegetables on furnished the principal :.uu: men 'a i The Willmer The OSBORNE 1 l
and $12.00 week and up. : : 'he I'M.
: day upi; per evening, although \\.1-
I ," replied Mr. CardwelL "It's a \\ i \'.\: \ NH I1 ..; A V>SHOKSr I't. iLl a
il!"-nty of opportunity) t< i' : -> U coil-
S sK Mr. Foster MRS. CELESTE HINKS Proprietress. : shame to see the animal neglect its oil-
'. . Coni'orlaMe 1 R.'dn"IrY KOOPIOnl, > M ,t.. i. v. .
d" <--r.sation aiwl N'! 1r101 . port unities. It could play an entire 1\ I-I.II.a' : .:rl; ut T.I"tc :SOi; sit nit, *1 '*) j. ,
.11111010/0I.I01..01..SI.r.1 I 1 1 I I 1 1 1 I I : fresh meats wei- ->. rv-- ; .
game of bridge all by Itself. -Ex' ,. 1 Kt'v. Moderate 52 SO t t. v> i)>u (I'' * I'
J:.. : chances s iI i evening Stt.iiii Utilcd K. , 11 Ur.nlj1.*-
312 So. Palmetto Ave Daytona Fla.
) I I ._ t a
.;;- 1000.0N..t.1N.1N.......N.N......N.........: i I \

$2', THE IMPROVED .. I-!QUISISANA SPA AND HOTEL r..............1.N ..11 1:. 111...9................: f i

CITY HOTEL; i 1 GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA. t The HARLAN, TUE'fN.sEs i, Lake Helen, Fla. : !, .

DAYTONA. FLORIDA. Thirty Miles South of Jacksonville. The Oldest Watering Place to Florida. + i'

American Plan Always open New Ownership and Management : I :r. \ i up.' of 'sIal-i min. .lain---------!I.. . t .1' !1(0' ,.- ; t J'. . tilt aI
HOTELI.i./ ;; : I: ; ,. :. ,1 " :
Good Service I t-\ rIIMM| rmi'iiv n ii :. :::: .
Renovated and Enlarged : ..* , . .'. . . .. ; ' : 1" :. a6I
I', f.u- tiiii-1-an \\.n nl-i'rIIii.| >: ' : 'I J. Ihttul'' !I; :: '. : ,; BATHS <
H. C. F. DOHM. : 111'_ ':, iiuiiiutii! IMaal I tniii-1 1 1--: :: . ...1 I ,.,. !! ,
Management .
u-I: -I ':1111.,1' I F.. I a ...../l.li-I". , ,,
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J.................................................... GOLF I-I I.-': -" '-:...,' .II't ;1'I': .., . ,.. ..., '..ur 'I,'t.1.; . : I.tk Mr. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Abrams, Props :

SAMUEL H. GROSER Manager .4..................0...1.........a. .... .. .... ..tJ1 a.1
./Ijfi. Mr. Foster

...............o..o......................... =====- ---- -.--- --- - tHHOT'EL ...0esse 0 OQAS..1".. ........ao.oa 3i0.Nb....i ... gr

'i' THE PALMETTO i iI INDIAN RIVER I 1'1 I ].: OAKS. n.' YT( '\ .1'J.OIlI I

DAYTONA. FLORIDA. : ROCKLEDGE FLORIDA. Hotel Indian River C... Prop'r] :
Well Known and Popular. . .. ... ,'. .', . :, R1.1..1. !\ 'i,; I.lP>\ \ 1:1' M. \ MMIi'.
Null NI' !'l -V-IX. tilu"i'ril i I' "11' u 1. I : j
Overlooking the Beautiful Halifax RiverA : 't']. Illllolll 1 "- ttt rh..l'Il"I" ..I.II1-; -. TH- ,. .- ....,. 'oj ":"t 1 "')0 ,.. '01 1- :
: 'I< .. -. ( I.: r.Fo.Ler I.\ I"N I\c. situ i ; ; -
n," t tin ur.d otIIo'., \\IH'J.r.t'roOtlta..t.l to.li.p. .\ 1/-1\: 1 I wi"i .i' ,p.a-: \111'1' : UK: jl./k :
I j: Homelike Comfortable{ House. First Class m all Rc rccts.1sT : I'Hn' Or PI Kfc.ATtK '01r
: ; ,l.'l, I,,. P'rf-.-t iuit r> .iiiipin. nt. -t-.Mii ii'.it1PLL SI :. .
I for I Imtbuiv -nuK 4wif.! Boutin.. Ki-hin- imlH.iit.i-, t t- t .t. I i
\\ uurpoats. .
,,/ ( Mr. Foster C. O. CHAMBERLIN, Proprietor : ;': .i..Vtr.. lot.I.'lI-undath.ndllnt..m..tllll! train.: .. 1-'q.I\. '''.."",1''ult'u'! -t, ..MMI.K. I 111 I' I Illl 1.I I'OIN r. I.; \-1 M" 'al' 111- I. i N "

I! D. L. &: W. H. WOOD Managers. IH... ................Aw.............. ..eo.lI".
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''' i'' .1':.. ..(J'j.... u..J C'J.icS ECZEMAiit3E 11 '!
; '' ,, :..il, .. .....)1" i, 1M. --
, i'fI\DrZ; : ..u.rJ-\I'./ rI -? :: ; \ SALVE FAILSIn I Small Corporations :MONDIsftmlles -
iA : : I: 'h Daytona,,
..;(;!! : CIXZ"
".: ','.'-' : 'fa"M I mJ; ( regard to skin dUezsea medical .d on the wad Drive
: authorities are now agreed on this: f the Halifax
....".., =-.....- ---- ...,-.:;.--- Doci't Imprison the disease germs it Made to Suffer For Iii .. the. location I
your skin by the use of greasy salves ; n 1)ennlta.rl1lnaie

I and thus encourage them to multiplyA ) i and
O&ABREEZE and DAYTON DAYTONA : true cure of all erzematoua diseases Doings of the : -t sanitation;; TO

CHAS. F. BEACH, two enterprising and I can be brought about only by using the levatlon it ta-
Halifax .i and Ideal for Ormondrourw
** towns on the >
progressive BEACH : healing agents in the form of a liquid,
BURGMANTHE Peninsula, are geographically I WASH THE GERMS OUT. A Big Ones. nter homes. Aid
incorporated as scpa bridge eon- and t" r..
although a ,
one rate mUJl cipalitics. The towns parallel PHARMACY simple wash: A compound of Oil olVintergreen. 1! I .: --t. Ormond with 0\1" iliac. .....tlrt". It
the peninsula north and south \ Thymol, and other Ingre moad Ika h. )I a.a.. M u.
REAL and James F. Dobbin in the D. D. D New YorLH I fine hornet nub bee. 11....
for a distance of from three one dients as combined By SAMUEL UNTERMYER. Lawyer. Many I am now atoppy
I half to four miles, and extend cast ProprietorDAYTONA BEACHEver.thtng Prescription penetrates to the disease rt maintained onither Ju.t Arrow ..,

ESTATE and west from the surging seas of germs and destroys it, then soothes LL the criminal prosecutions of recent year ltd of the at BHLTJ'US... ISs.Co. .
Ocean to the Halifa usuallyCarried = 'I 'iver.most of them Eo.an.
Atlantic else
MAN the and heals the skin as nothing
Pint di
In a that the .
River the beautiful tide water Class Drag Store has ever done.A ] except against sugar company urroanded by ub- -
FOR that sets them apart fron I roptcal flora and
Our Prescription 25-cem trial bottle will start tht rectors, have been against
Daytona with which they have close Com- hrubbery..besides CALL OX
SEABREEZEnuuxsorm communion by means of three Department plete In every li cure. and give ycu Instant relief. members of pools and trade agreementsfor lirlfty orange and OR WRIT TO
half-hour ferry Respect The Atwood PharmacyW. .th-r Citrus trait
bridges, as well as a
BOUSEP service. 'Phone 198 M. Hankins r'es. MACIf1n!
... 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are OR BOTH. The window glass, bathtub, Ormond hj many
and winter re I 'tUracttolU.x-
sorts essentially and are summer making hundreds ol SHAVING IS NOT FATAL G < fiber and manila and paper and pulp associationcases al aatomoblllng.

new friends every year among those BRANCHt& that character. In all of them the .'"IOt! flthlng sate
SONNTAG who desire to escape the discomforting Barbers Nowadays Do Not Use Hammer aro all oAtinf and many ORMOHDIK

extremes of heat and cold, and and Cold Chisels various concerns maintained their ownership and plcctant drlTvt. ix ANT WAT

INVESTMENTCOMPANY their hotels and boarding houses NICHOLSONFEED In reply to a correspondent| who says At Ormond Beach JNTKREHTID:
that in order to regulate prices
located the large
are now receiving splendid patronage AND LIVERY he to hare his flowing beard independence} except IN rilomtTTRJONr 13

class from of tourists.the most discriminating STABLEAll removed yearns and yet lacks! the Spartan and production they either sold through a common 'S otel lesser Ormond.litter,and thtrvtton KM<> ()M> BEACH OR

The ocean itself with its marvel- Orders Given firmness! of the early martyrs to face or n-ported to a "commission" and in som cases depositedmonev Inn. The II, Will Give Tow
Desirable ous beach hard as macadam and Prompt AttentionCareful the ordeal and makes a pathetic appeal agency rnvr occupies a RU.lno.s Prompt
Locations in smooth as a floor is the greatest attraction 'I Drivers for advice the alfalfa editor of to assure the performance of their obligations. ,option overlook- .\ttmtloQ

of although earth air and sky l"anl1ltarwlth RoadsE. the Emporla Gazette unfeeHngly remarks IN NONE OF TilE CASES HAD THEY GROWN RICH 113 the halIfax and
part ,
any seem to have entered into a combi- : b! latter ha as Its .

ScabrcczcOfras nation to enhance its every charm. "The a If-i If.i editor can offer no ad OR REAPED: EXCESSIVE PROFITS. I utlook. the magnl-
is the famous automobile A. BRANCHReal i k ant beach and themeal
The beach
race course where every world's Estate A ent! vice or encouragement to such a trembling In the great inihutrics there is generally ONE DOMINATING I > Atlantic.Bftldv J A s. mm.ORMOXD

: EvansYllle, straight-away record has been made, Beach Cottages ,: soul. It seems probable that he. FACTOR that is: so powerful as to he able to regulate prices and i .*the breed, FLA.Xanufacturr .
Indiana, and and all these records it continues to a l'Ipt'cl.1ltySfLDfN'S has worn his whiskers for many years.It .mooth beach there of
Seabreeze, Florida hold without rivalry. Is likely that he hasn't purchased a production without a line in writing or a money forfeit. There are r>- many drives for Pure Home.l'b4&
The beach has a width of 300 to I shave fur a quarter of a century and '.trrUi of these nil of whose understandings arc reached by ban-h
500 feet and can be used .from two therefore is ignorant of the impnnements many around Or- GUAVA JEW(

I.Z. BURDICK hours after nntil two hours before in the art tonsorial which have more than a word) or a sign-they are known as "GENTLEMEN'S inond drivvt band MARMALADES AND

CONTRACTORand Mgh tide, thus Riving an average of DAYTONA BEACH been achieved in recent years. It Is J hroutjh grow oflrlv TROPiCAL
BUILDER seven or eight hours for automobiling through slaughter I AGREEMEXTS. :olden orange'; PRESERVES:
like going a
Dry Goods, Shoes, no longer I .
Cottages.tspecleltyEstlnatpafurntshed of each day. ? .4 through trop SpccM Attar
some part Beach each Men's CorrectWear house to nn open grave to IK shaved THEY ARE THE MOST EFFECTIVE OF ALL THE TEMPORARY .. F..y Ore t*
and tl ror..tl to ra
Seabreeze Daytona Hpan-
In fact, that ....... .
by an expert barlKT. .
have a permanent population approximately PRICE ARRANGEMENTS, i h ruins; drives to
Aetnss from shorn of its terrors PmnnxrUta 10
operation has been so -' .
SeabreezeFlodds 1500. Sanitary ordi- The easldr. Inn KEPT, AND THEY GENERALLY INCLUDE THE ENTIRE INDUSTRY. : th ancient Oau-- po.ttlnnB.tra'asirs
1 nances are strictly enforced streets that many eminent citizens eon w"iy built by .lairsof Iatl.Ezpr.d.tton .
and sidewalks are well kept, and eider It a pleasure to visit the barber. THEY ARE QUITE AS UNLAWFUL AND ANY ONE OF THEM IS I pUatrs of Ion: Louisiana-+'h&r"-tc..a: Puny.
I -
new streets ars being opened as fast I It is no longer necessary: to strap a FAR MORE DANGEROUS THAN THOSE OF ALL THE WEAK LITTLE I.in, and drtvrj to Ett.wiiIoast.Loy,
as the increasing population de I A. VANDE VORDContractor patient down in thehair before shaving FELLOWS COMBINED WHOM THE GOVERNMENT IS PURSUING 5-- plantation: of
mands. Besides hotels and boardinghouses for him; neither is it necessary to administer mxpltjjtle ill'1t lere.
WITH SUCH ho- places art tv-
Water, stcniu and there is ample cottage acco- MASON WORK anaesthetics to his
Hall Fitting for all winter visitors in of All Kiudr .'11u man whose only reason for ANY OF THEM IS BEING PROSECUTED? plebe with the lntrt MOUSOGROtiIORANGES
I . _. of southern
PhonelMsD1.YTONA (JonC'ret"l'urhlngl wearing! whiskers Is the fact that he - .
both towns. bidewulki etc.11AYTON fears the barber shop will gain: little "Bits" of Money. Not to Be Hushed. I fruits and flowvrs.mof .
FLOHIDAPINEHURST BEACH' All the attractiveness of Seabreeze I I A BEACIIFITZGERALD i sympathy. If he tries to explain that How much is six hits? Way back In Bishop Llttlejohn of Long Island. < the mat tat.r. andGrapefruit
of these
applies to Daytona Beach the two ting
situattd.1 he cannot shave himself without tho good old days there were no who died at the age of ninety refused : plantations 1*at thehndw.br
owns hexing ao similarly
feting the agonies of the all fired nickels and dimes. Small change had death to the -
the dcvclcprnsut ol Daytona Beach' Uf.1 up to the day of his accept t of the
has been fully as phcnominal as its I, will /gain t less. Such excuses ;. to be cut off a dollar as ne-ded. They assistance of a coadjutor bishop de I'I'I Halifax, and knownus Best Oro1ll1J

Peninsula Uric sister oa the north, and each year & bate had some force long ago used to take a big silver dollar of our I daring that he was perfectly able to Mountlrov It Grov on Ht.Augustine
cold chisels NOII-* of the an-st
and -
used hammers
OATESLAWYERS barbers i AuiortobUtKond
I Daytona, : Beach there is a substantial growth. The but science has made plant stridesIn daddies and with an ax cut it into ; perform his duties and care for hU I or in.rov Mon th.- :IMiles

Mod TII.Conveniences. IGtealtrxaonnbtu. great sand dunes have been leveled recent years and the country H i full J eight pieces. something like slicing a people. At a meeting of the clergy in !: ,.t.'u..t of Klorl1 ,orthoflluTEL ux31ocrBeed

and handsome homes have been of painless barber, and a clean share' pie into piece Ilaeh piece was one I the lust year of his life Archdeacon I ,i und It amid 'V'"ry

Air. Proprietor W. ". Freeman built for both winter and all-year- Daytona Fl. posts no anguish or inconvenience" II bit. Sit hits is 73; (cents and the term Bryan was requested to call the meetIng I prttyMouuil.rov'tUlTUl1D.1lo.t Knox are'

round occupancy. I is still used for short in some parts of to order. The archdeacon arose I >* Is on Beed Compac rBtI. l lJob
th Uuvtou.t-H.iiut
the United: States. "Two bits" "four and requested the delegates': to give at I ,,". Po-'o3e.I! I
The Worst of All. \aoillitlQ. road.
bits' and nil the other bits are far !
*******............. I Ta. Is retribution the worst thing Your tention. remarking:
eM ui-siuken nowadays. wishes to a few
?" more | "The bishop say i
a can nave ---
Promptly executed at a I great-grandpa/ used to put it on a words." :
"No. It isn't half as bad as the feeing
Fine Job b I one has after be has confessed and hickory lug: awl with chisel and ax "A few words, sir; a few words!; interjected : ex

PrMing g, Gazette News Office. then discovered that he wouldn't have I make small dlJn e. Uncle Sam bad the bishop. "I would ha' e I! PrintingFinely; : it

been found out If he had kept quIet. to put a Mop to it Some made ten It understood sir. that the bishop will .
: I bits out of $-New: York Press. as words as he plea>es," i
say many
Record-Herald. I
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These Are BargainsWE


own lots on the west side of Ridge-

E V wood Avenue, each 109x400 feet. i:

These lots are cleared and make one of 14


the prettiest building sites in Daytona. a.


For a quick sale we are making a price


$1750 for either one or $3200 for both. :;


1750 and $3200 1




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MICROSCOPIC MESSAGES. '' Her Careful About His Vote. + WNtNN e NNt N O. NN9.ONN.
Helping Out.
! 6YEAR .
0 POSTALPUZZLESOLVED I I The Smjibes attempted the unwise Often a man's reasons for giving or 11.

How a Single Pigeon Might Carry e '. experiment of trying to give a fast withholding his vote are subtle. Oncea Piece .
IA of
Whole Library. I lonable dinner party with an inexperienced country squire solicited the supportof I Ii I Splendid I i
For more than 2.000 years carrier I maid whose mistress had a notorious poacher whom be bid
It pigeons! Lave been used to carry mes,,I previously sent to Jail. The man declIned
Mges when no other meafu and during the siege of Paris when Ellen said afterward her mind was "But" urged the magistrate candidate Ii| Property i
Sea birds were sent out from the dooiaCd I "all In a tangle" During the middleof << "that little poaching affair was

r"! c. E. Burdefle Then Registry city one of the birds performed the I the dinner Ellen appeared in the years ago." You should let bygones be I
almost Incredible felt of carrying to I! dining; room with a look of perplexity bygones I i
Clark Is Cleared the outside world on one trip to lo,,3Uian ': on her face and said "It wasn't for locking me up" replied -Ii i 1128x220 feet, Cor. Rid >e\vood and i {
,. S 40,000 messages averaging tttoatj I I "Say ma'am. I cin't remember the man "It's the reason!! why
words each. Thi I whether you did It that puts me against you" ,
was SlXMMtnrds., : you want them croquetty J Loomis Avenues.IEDMONDSON '
or the equivalent of the or six average !,i I things nest or that salad, and I'm shy "What was the reason? .
novels. i: one salad plate, and I don't think "Why, you said I had stolen a nb- ..
ID BAG REVEALS SECRETS This marvelas accomplished t>j' :' there's goin to be enough salad to go bit, and It was a hire and the man .
,r- means of microscopic i lhotoJ.ral'lJr, the round anyway so hadn't we better who don't know the difference ain't
; messages being first printed wIth ordinary i i: cut that out altogetherr-Washington fit for ChronIcle.a member 0' p fltlinm'nt.LoD'don i & DONNELLY i

type and then Star. .
photographed .mJ
Brothtr of Burlington Hawkeyo Hu- rephotographed until they had been ..o.........o.o.e.............s.o.......e..........
flfinorist( Left Postal Service Under
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reduced several hundred diameters i

i1?Cloud and Became Mi.sionary-Mist. The final photographs\ were taken on 'A' Ioetl.Isisasueitl.Osu.1.. ..tl.l.ltlOI.ltl0BtltltI. .
'(i'tna Lsttert Containing $3. 00 Found films or pellicles of collodion, each of .

l lfi Ripping Up Old Sack. which about two Inches square, ion it's a New Book, : The HANDPROPERTY !
1; tamed 50,000ords.: A dozen of these For Sale 1 i h
1 Vindication has come to the Rev. films, rolled up In a quill weighed but IF J it's a Souvenir Novelty

fades Bordette of Springfield Mass one twenty-eighth of an ounce: The I I it's something in Stationery and Engraving: I I ..
Bob Burdette. the humor- could, of
of messages course, be read .
yi, after thirty years of silent sufferis& with a microscope without the necessity -I .
I SILVER BEACH The best modi' Hotel 1 ill .
of and ra
rephotographing} enlarging
d during which he has rested under CALL ON OR WRITE r .
J i eJoud. Under favorable conditions and forcomparatively i .. I latoiia. : 4.' nxinu unpietely .. ,
short distances
pigeonsha'e I'I
When Mr. Burdette was a registry : Extending from furnished. Will spll at a bur :
carried as much as three-quar- ,I The H. & W. B. DREW CO.
clerk thirty years ago In the post(. tfi at Peoria. Ill. a number of registered method. It would therefore be .t'ars.
letters containing $3.500 disappeared.: possible for a single bird to carry : S:
Although no formal charge was made messages equal In words to no fewer i, 45.49 W. Bay St. JacksonvilleAND : FOR SALE OR RENT .
against the clerk only the faith of the than 120 ordinary volumes.-Ilirper'sWeeLIv. .
. M L Wa()( :
I oner
D. W. ,
General .
: a :
postmaster ro I
ctrU war veteran, prevented his leav- 5 BIUII" I $ THOMPSON} : ;' .
jsg.the service with a stigma on his Whistler's White Lock. .
''name. As long :as the name of James! MeNelll i I SATISFACTORILY( I.....I.I.I......I.I.I.1. ': .........................
f:Unable to lire down the suspicion be Whistler lives among those who ,

entered the ministry and devoted him saw him It will recall the famous white 1J.iL.JIJIJ'! e nrn nn \J, A !\AA '\ nA4nttit .n 4 en Of r
gelf to missionary work In the fur lock which stood out so conspicuouslyfrom "IIIIIIII.II'II..r'II'IIIIII'II'II"I'lrl'l.rllr' -
the mass of his black hair. It We areHeadquarters: for Alligatcr Goods and Souvenirsin --., 1
'cut.Recently an old and battered mall was, as he used to say himself, "well 1
was taken from the San Francisco placed" and was always treated from China and Orangewood, New and
rBe the harmonous point of view to develop -
for repairs. When the work.
Exclusive Novelties. Stocks andBonds
man cut' open the bag In the work ofF Its greatest effect In his appear RbR

3 the leather ance. One day when Dorothy Menpes .. .. .
repairing between heavy Twotlrk.t to lb''(r\tal theater will topics ''uh'd11. r Maugar Morwiin If sh\'
*' Hnings be found an old manila envelope daughter of the well known English will call lit the Dally S"""outer 1k-for.. I..mla.nl"I. ,'.

1' containing the $3.500 that dls- artist Mortimer Menpes, was a baby -,.
appeared so mysteriously from Peoria and was asleep on her pillow Whistler
went to see her A white feather hid ----- I
f thirty years ago.

4' Grew Up In tho Town. by chance settled on her head and lay I .....................9.o.............................
In a spot exactly corresponding with .
'i Mr.;Burdette is a brother of the Rev.fe 1We
t the white lock on his own head The New Excursion Steamer
J. Burdette now of Pasadena. *
' Eobert chief of the That child Is going to develop Into I SOUTHLAND '' offer sale and :
R LCaU$ who a as decade or so ago Burlingtonawkey6 won a something: great. he exclaimed, "for. : To the Picturesque Tomoka Cabin i' ; subject to prior =
see, she begins with a feather just like .
riche for himself among humorists.: advance the following Stocks ;
me! :
: El' ant 1 lnt
toother brother. John W. Burdette. isMl : DAILY EXCURSIONS. ,
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well known lawyer of Chicago. El( .uDt 1't'o. and Bonds
: -- pit. HufTi t Trxue complete description :
in the early sev-
| Wben he was a boy '
rn ISoarU >paiate Toilets for I I.adi"llIntll'ulltl1lf'll; all Modern ( on4 I I I r ;
Ir toes Charles Burdette was employed LIGHTEN THE CHAIN. : \ummtNt the I'opular I'rurof ONE COLLAR FCR THE ROUND TRIP J which will be furnished :;
t;'registry clerk In the Peoria post. Iwo on application. -
office. Ills: family: lived in the little Is it not a thing divine to havea : DAILY TIME SCHEDULE.; :

'city,- and the brothers, including the I I smile, which, none know how 2 I l."K\t TntKe George; lUxk Di\tonn '"t'' '. "t, : :
afterward famous humorist grew up has the wonderful and unfa'Ing I.tUH' Cititr ]fridge& 1II.t-,::. .. :,.") n in.Ls .. w'c
there. General Magee who had won : b\s 1'eninst.2: i rrul t", M.tLin/ y'vd a. ,.t. -1W wb +
laurels as a commander of Illinois volBnteers power to lighten the weight of that I t a\, ('tn, i nil l'.ridj.f. Onnm d!. 9 :5" a III. .. .w'w'l'j'I
*" In the cl\ll war was |>ostmastterat enormous chain which all the livingin : It: lUll! io J'rilll I i (.;tor't' 1'< (.k. 1 1111 1 ytc Ita :1'::U" in'. e ::

Peoria. He had known Burdette common crag behind them- t Chas. F. Owner "nt.>', '". "' ''v..1'1: !' Seabreeze Fla. ,.
Victor Burgman . *
|from boyhood and was a friend of the Hugo. : : "h. I;; : ;- .

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The late John Comstock. a wealthy ---- - - -- -- I I w'l
.|real estate man. known to almost ev l :
erybody in that section of Illinois, appeared t
one day at young urd"ttc'lJtl1.DdOW ;5 527,000 := r

: in the postotllce He said he Automobile I c-:: It. \ ;
p triaged to send $3.500 in twelve registered : Aeroplane vs. b Daytona Florida l iit'h School :; I III

I t letters to clients In Nebraska and ;: 5s, dated April 1, 1909, due :;

I ,Dakota II rbS 1 1929. Price $103.05 =
' ;"Now," be said to Burdette. "I want: April :

;jou' to see me put the" money in the On Famous Davtoiia BeachAVIATOK and interest yielding 4 3-4 I per 3:

erelopes." :: cent. Interest April 1. ..:
'i"1 don't want to see you put your
money In the envelopes" answered r 3;
Burdette.! "I am not supposed to know 5900

It bit your letters contain/* y Florida East Coast Automobile Its
, "Bnt 1 want you to know." said Comrtock. w
;: Association, first mortgage R ee': -

I v'So Comstock counted out the moneybefore 'I' bonds 6s. Price $100 and :=

young Burdette and placed, it in :b interest yielding 6 cent.
:: per =:
helve envelopes and (passed the envelopes I

through the window to the :. ..!a'''II!'!' p s._ ; ;: Dated July 1. 1901( due on or w=: '

leterk. Durdette registered them ID the I' .' ,. / : before July 1. 19_2 1. Ink rot :
fetatomary*; Pt. way and gave Comstock a I'I'j '. ;, ., .- Y. :.ifI(4is < t r :I.r: July 1. 1I 1-': '

Put Them In Mail Bag. i I' : :
I 52 000
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Then be placed all twelve envelopes } i

III! one large envelope of heavy pajtr.TUa I Th 4i'; Tt... Florida Publishing Company, =: t (r -

:, he carefully placed at the bottom r 6s dated January 2, 1893 due ta, t. '

lot a'mall bag In which the morning's --.. January 2, 1913. Pnce$100.. t'
Ball be off by the next .
{ was to sent i try bS ".1 I
;thin On top of the envelope he I = and interest yielding I 6 percent. ::

tbnvr the unregistered mall. On top '-y Interest July 1 and January t. ...: : !

ttihray book Then be locked and .' I
Mated the sack. I L.b $240 q; "
l. It,
*When the railway mall clerk pre- ", f
theglifeo&holes : Stock of East Florida Tdephone : t tr
!Jl.red to distribute the mall among I' -
of the mail car he first rem : 'III Company at par. It':: t I
loved the registry book and then 1 r w.
tamped the contents of the bag upon ;: S500PenmsulajBridge : f
|his distribution table. Thus the regis r w,
jilted packages at the bottom of the 43 Stock at 75. :.
;*ck of the pile r It ,
would fall out on top "'r w ,
,cf Bull on the table. Tbe mall clerk's
E $2,500 I.
-; trb ,

ktry book A. I) McCrKDY IN = Port Tampa 5 \er vent semi-annualWater w;: J'
book, sign his name In the J. "'
to show he had received the registered pear ..
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tfce Packages registry and clerk.send the book back to Exhibitions in the Air c'a..r $25,000Pcnsacola ( () :tMr : I f t.

';The route agent found the entries in !I IBardettft'S Daring Imj .'Hl1Ient boiulUi R:
registry book, but when be ,: < rr It.. p

;;emptied the mall bag he found no regktered : years 4 1-2 per tent I'ar : lb
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!Now, after thirty years the old mall =ti. $50,000()() : : I a
;:h& which has traveled hundreds of Invent Ever Hold in Hie Stale of Florida .
ao The lid S pst Ucita Investment C.' f> \ref e'it : '"
: =ands of miles carrying Uncle : J
:..'s malls has given up Its secret \\l\l\ lie the Kxhihitioiis at ;a bonds, L?"\ear.. t"> run $96 -,. '

,tofl Burdette's name Is cleared. = :,

',va;CITY,> PAYS TO BOOM ITSELF. DAYTONA, MARCH 28, 29, 30 Cr:.r r. M.r wcr w w w-It.:, i I

" .. N, C. Settles Its Own Bill. c. wr
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f'MvUl For Advertising. I >. w
Uhwllle N. a, claims to be the C."A
**v city in the country authorized by A total of five flights will l'c made in three days the flights to include a rac'ton .the 1H'1II'hwifh -r. It.r .. .. aCONRAD.OA

<**to spend money to advertise Itself. Ilu fastest t aiitoinohilr that can be secured and a flight at high altitude over the: Halifax,
1 8 ta coming to be a common thing for Beach ;
;des and the city of Daytona ind Seabreeze and Daytona IES TITLE E
to buy apace In newspaper* river and p REALTY wb
**4 tines of Hotel \cn's Association and the D.ty-
: to call the attention man.etttrert are to be given under the ausj-ices of the : r ,1M
These flight
and tho public generally to have been made t s accommodate the crowdJHTciTAlHiE -.
g.J*'* advantages for industrial and tona Board of Trade and special arrangements -
rcac* purjio&ea: r INSURANCE\ CO.I\f. wAND

i:'!toore this has always bt' nI Y M-
} by I\uhllc sltrlfl'lll\rh."t{ cltl TO SKK TIIK J KV )K N T S c.. d

.. but Ashevlllo hays the money : CONKAL BLOCK I'HOM: I : -
!t tho city till. Porbapa the d:1Y: fl ftI"( S''ll l>a>.l'"ia TiltI'rflli.'st 1 t Winter Ht'! lIrt in tinVorlil.. "' r -.
tome when the city press agent A Spit-mild l 'l1J11 IJI.JII'IIJIIIIIJJ JIIIIIJIIIJIIIIIIIIIIJII.J..J..I. . . . . . \ '
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l of ev
ODe of the essentials BBiBBBS B '

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12 WI-ST .:sn CRSTR.- "HinGE
New ShIpment Fishint Tackle just received PHONE 14Z-Z.RINGS.

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ru n Suit Cases ; .. r.. 1 I m-lls Phononrrti.bHtwlm Stationary. and School; iJIm MJuMiim Hui,>wuiv.r'utlrrv. |>Hf"s",,. r .. I. ,:

a 1i. THIt""HIt..r" f'rovkt-ry. want from
: i iiiulSotloi complete-anything you a
: -- : See the handsome Dayton Bicycle : I .. Fishing T.ickUTovs lOur line is
r -- S : in onr window. We are giving : I > wide flouncing to a five-cent
selling. There must be a : this wheel away Absolutely Free. Us cambric.
: Trunks Bags are Plctur. -
: Will nl o frain your
: e No lottery, InquireSHEPPARD'S I .il : ".r tt T
OUR rinlirelIisharpen of
and tine w.
line Lamp-land -J u
: Come in and let us show you the I your wsanduthrToolsand'rrpatrt \\V hav jmt oin UP
I jour!+n m-w-
: you will find out for yourself. Our prices are right. !. 5 GROCERY[ o I almost fact nnrthiiig, for any that want!*out call of on whackIn I >rlt-i-s. running Iroiu$1. "npThe t

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- Gardiner Co. :
r. : West End of Central Bridge jr I Chas. ,;

r The Peck-Hendricks Company i I.. -: and Bacon. : i I 51)Mouth THE Beach NOVELTY Street Daytona MAN, Fla.II.r.r.r.a.r.a.a.af.r.r. : I --- - ----J

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Crystal Theatre I DEVOTED TO I Ii - ---Headquarter- for- I


llsementSNEW i BicyclesWith I IIi All etables Kinds of and Fresh Fruit Veg. :5

I : Poultry and Eggs a 8

Ii a complete shop and competent : Specialty. :
I help we can do the most S .

1 satisfactory work. I :1 Phone Orders Prompt Filled i

W I I I '

I O GRAHAM THOMPSON i 1I J. W. Ball & Son I!

; DAYTONA m ghClassMotion I Opposite the Yacht Club :.I N.. 237 North Beach St. 'Pk***S3 JB

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THEATRE Pictures : :\lal hal Gore returned f oiu Malutn W. M. SHAFT

A-724 iL-: morning. '
---- Real Estate and
well: known
Jane :M. Smith
I IOpel1lDai II II I in M.hs thus city and spending: the prc;. :j Fire Insurance

.. Monday Night, March 20 I ent reason iu Del..and. was aft-rnooa.l over!
from that place Friday 122 South Beach StreetCHILDREN'S

I calling upon friends here. I ii I ---- -- -
: **WANTED Good white girl for .
AND THE ACADEMIC general hOu.iework.1'1>11 IaiyNews. : .,'. '.- .--:;:: --

'y at 2:30 I I- M-21 I II "F' .

JUBILEE'SINGERS winter rezUent t't -.'
Geo. O. Scott a .
Tort Orange, died at that place th:> .
\E'SIlO" VERY HOUR I morning, at the age of 73 years. The

funeral will be held at his I'o.t Orange '
residence tomorrow afternool EYES

'There are two tickets to the :Mrs. Andrew Sullivan, who has at 1 o'clock, and the Interment wi'l: :
will sing and give Dialect Readings for benefit of Crystal theater for Monday nigth at been visiting her sons Ed and U. F. be made in Pinewood cwm-Ury. Days Zannot; be too carefully ife
.. their Normal and Industrial Schoolat the Daily News office for Mrs. J. Sullivan, in this city, left Saturdayon tona rocl1.Ir.. Scott was a member for they Qtate but we pair to lad

Jacksonville.N. I I JH.I Pierson. I II her return to Starke.II. I of the 0. A. 11.. and known in I a hfeiinH H thtre are ltdicaCo-.J ckM1:!
I this city. of anything wrong with your

W. COLLIER Principal.ADMISSION I Christian Science services are held H. \Vinds-or. editor of the Pop 't'.1 ryes bring him or her and I wffl Ct
; .
ular Mechanics published in Chicago Dr. P. S. Kol'.e! and son. F. KOl t hem with Gla...* to correct t4
25. 35 AXD 50 CENTS.OUR I at the Palmeto clubhouse on 11 o'clock.Orange'I U one of the well p:e3s.ed'i.i armed today and are with the doc I rouble. If meicll! tr tmtt I* Kc-
i avenue Sunday morning at I '
We4laesdiyI tors here at this time. In fact )Ir. tor's parents Mr. and Mrs. John "sedry I will tell you M>
Testimonial meetings I
Windsor is: so wet! pleased with this Kulle, at their winter home on Second "I
at 7CO. Le. on suhjet."Matter. ,
: I evenings
i I ." vicinity he has purchased a lot on avenue, until next Monday Ur.I Dr. Neville H. Clark

I II the peninsula, on which he will build Kolle i is: a prominent physician amihpecialtet I
a winter home and come here ev- of Brooklyn X. Y, and (can Optometrist
FOR UL BUSINESS i "See D. F. Randolph. Second in future. ;: from lit practice for buta i
EQUIPPED efy get away of the EYE.
avenue, who wi'l care for your property far Look for the Sign
limited time. He has been as ,
I'2-Ct I -
during absence. : -
containing abstracts Georgia on several formertrips
LOST-Enveope south as
capital and resources are adequate and officers i ",. --,
I and deed. Please return to. but this id his (ir'i2J't to,
directors successful business men. Thus com- Mrs. I. M. Murray and H.t'E' dauuh-
i Daily News office. Reward.Dr. .: Daytona.
bining strength and confidence which makes an appeal ter Elizabeth, who ha.t'l"n visiting ,- I!

worth your consideration. We will be pleased to have I friends in this city for several and Mrs. \V. \. Cove and Ready Wit. GREEK GOODS

you open either a checking or savings account. weeks departed Thursday oa their their guests. Mrs. \\'. F. Robert and.I The wit of the late Dr. Francis A :

'return to Ocala. Mr. and :Mrs. C. N. Coward of 15o- t Harris was always ready It tame
PEOPLE'S STATE BANKDAYTONA. ton, Mass.. returned Friday afternoon I, like a flash as when being told that I
a Chinaman was about to be ap(>uiuted .
week daysat .
visit of or
from a a
if tipkteline
t Call at Clarks bock store you Iw rt.'warkt'tl. "th I We art' earning a *
FLORIDA. .. Havana (Cuba Miami and Pa1'inCeach. on the police force
i. t 'o see something! ilerd swe'l"in Asiatic cellarer." and passed on. I .'I irefn t.rorrie4 inI -
.ASI>. c'.hht'r.\1.: K. e'.AliT KUVlr ladies' fine stationery, jut;t manufactured Like all visitors to the Cuban -
l"r.ohl..nt,S. IM.KI ; At a banquet given to Charles Dickens I
I ..-l>r...-.!
correspondence cards and ladies' no.e: in the city and Mono Castle talking backward referred to I

I -- -- -- I specialties. P2-i: .3 especially.Speaking. i the guest as one not: onjv honored I Golden Wax Beans
I' for himself but because of nit father. I

I of the Florida The younger Dickens lu response dry
James I. Sherman of New Bedford Academ'.I i Green Beans
ly Observed!' that he was glad to see
Mat:*.. who has boon vi>itiuj: Mr. and Jubilee Singers which will had not I
I that critical discrimination
i I Mrs. W. C. Shaw, corner of Loomis:: new Daytona theater Monday evening been lost in hospitality, and Ur. Harris CucumbersCauliflower
returned Friday the Earl of Strafl. sburg says: I
and Palmetto avenues, I sated the situation by rising and
several, :, "Mr. Collier and his: .'loric1al'ad-i
afternoon from a stiy of proposing a toast "to Charles the second I
1- Lid days in St. Augustine, to complete envy Qtiartet'e have, with the must who never lost his head."-Huston ,
n_ z their command added*a I
al talent at
, visit with Mr. and :Mrs. Shaw. I Transcript. Tomatoes
I great deal to the enjoyment of a.idi' I
"I'OR S.UE.. M. F. Touringcar -The Bee Hive ia overstocked on here. Their singing is very enjo Raked the Ante.
in first-ttus condition; fully laces and embroideries and same are I Pres. Rush flees of the University: I able." Small I:1nlt'r-Papa. give me n nick Peppers

equipped.0 Cedar avenue. Ct: being offered at 20 per cent below of Rochester says: "It Rives me I el. I'n.paWhy. Elmer you are most I
1 --_. : actual values. Call and see Siem.90-t I: pleasure to testify to the excellent! Ii i -- too old to be begging for a nickeL
Mrs. \\. 1:. Uos':: wife of the state -- I I work of jour quart tit." iit speaking -I Mr.- Elijah: F. McDonald formerlyof Small llwi'r-I guess you're right, They are Always Fresh.
chemist, Tallahassee! visiting: her I I i S. G. Dulhe. real! estate and inoSur'j of the Florida Academy Jubilee Port Orange but now of Jackss.nville papa. Make It a dime.-Chicago News.

sister 11r:. I. M. Mabbettee, at the alt.man of Orlando: was in the city'': Singer which will:I be at the Daytona I attended the State \'on\.t'n.1: i
Hamilton. Friday, acoompanit d by his son. Jen- j i theater Monday evening. I I f.oii of the Woodmen of the World I Some people poem to think It Ii useless
1 and the WiiodiHen Circle held March I to do right unless! a crowd happens
ku.o o".i\e: tli.xiug; over from Orlacdo DAYTONACOLD
'I roil SALE-10 room house, cons Mitchell I 1i-I. at Santord. Mi*. McDonald! to be prtfent.-Chicago Record-
ia a car.
I J. M. (Carson on" of Daytoaa's veteran ,
trally located. Fine location fur IiotetlTcnus wats Mnt a; a delegate from .Mavnu'uJrme Herald. CO.R.
Box G.! *': .. lady as ffshernunlio seldom fails to! ( Xo. :i Jacksonville, of whichIn I .
to suit pun-baser.: WANTED A young I Sillicus- Haw you not lied that: t. "-tVroes
i 'II III I return with a good string wheneverhe : i.-i Charter luetuw.r. At th:>
houe: teacher for small children: unt are 1IIlrri,1 tiu-u': tent U- D. JOHNSON Mir.:
made catch of 42 .
[ pert HoucfH-k. who bad been at 1. If satisfactory: can actoiupauy:: goes angling a I '('n\<' '1Irt'. AtolKrui'ii! wtu at.iniou I Sir. oern.nri..il iu ui I.. a Inn1 l
trout and sheer\ hend, while rshing -
work iu Orlando for a month, returned family north Rep'! Sl:1tlg"ags.! .' one i ly ('INt"d Grand Ciiapla: II: ,,

Friday afternoon ar.d rejolnIH : etc., to Daily News. It I Just north of Dktke. Tuesday the of,,: the Wooduien Circle tor th.' :vat- > N.....49 ............... On
his laiully: anil lurvi.ts at Kinton. -. this week and exactly duplicated Florida, of which honor Ali, :- j..-'1> D A Big Ottor
Major and Mis. J. U. Uowuin.who,catch at the amp place the follow! : prttud. !1 Beautiful i ii

hUH been guests at the Dvsp'.atid: fort day. I Y i

.*LOST-Ulac-k wallet wit oiL: > 't.'r.llt't'b., le t thi< morning fori I ___ Thei..1.IVardwhocnilrt! : -t.- tl... Home Sites
and care& of Elmer: Koitu >n. $:=;; St. Augustine. ThE'1:1: stay in] modern iniprove-) I . |
opposite Daytona: .
; i I.
n*\\s >t3 n reward lteturu to Daily News. !'I-::t the .Vacleot City for a couple of!I FOIl SALE-Desirab'e farn'shtd' hale been appointed t.tn-H: agent; uf i : I.' : ." I Ie :I
: weeks and then to Lithia Springs.] immediately : : :
j Miw. l:. T. Oatt and her friend. go .1 residence on river front i the Jacksonville! Times Ln. returuivl Friday: I' Ga.. for a etiy before proceeding ,meats garage and servants' cottage. j this city and vicinity, Uu-ludin S,'., M,|I-" I,' I' I t. ,t I ,U Deiirmj; u r .
Miss Dorothy Tease, lica urely to their home in Middle- : Lot 110 feet front, running throu-sh: to: uret'tand Daytona lira .h.h., h \ till- -< I I' I..V I; M ., . ,.i\r.'
afternoon from lX l.\udliere they M\ I 1.. .' ,... : pern' .
Ocean beach fine fruit and shadetrees : I"J.
II port I ;
Olio.sot it =
had l.ecn'i.still: snc"l'elnl'; da). properlyctutducted ; a good imauiial .i i J.. '. t i'st'1 n', : "
; new dock; house in. excellent: II pr(,po >ition and Mr. Ward ox-
the Florida Academy Jubilee I "XV. jf. Shaffner, agent IT WILL PAY YOU TO IN-
Dr .11. II. Moore of Chautauqua x.1 condition. I ets his family, now atralloll: \ : I

, Y.. will have charge; of the mornins : Singers day e\enins., which;: :Msr.will St'an'ar: pear herelon'l 8S e-xl-ti N". J. to join him h -rtHe t:uu'- : VESTIGATE.9999999t9999999999999999t. t THE FOSTER CD
in the Methodist Kt pi*"()pal to Daytona from Jacksonville the
services tel pinwall.. I.enox1: a.*:;,, says: : I
tong ileac!, March Itt, The persons who participated in last week in December in poor 4>t-.ilth l:
church at Day - ------ -- -
"Your conceit is the but of the
Dr. HobUiMii of Cincinnati, O. !in tt't'a.otl.:: ,. the tennis tournament at the I>espland I and with but very little means hut .........................4 the company ,': 't."i s::>> te? accept
the evening. just closed, entertained at the by untiring effort he has mad agreat 4 I -
---- -- -- SEE 4 one of theseadvertise
automobile club house ThUIf:day evening success of his DeWS stand at' '

.I.OST-E'egL.u.6r between \"o'u-I I HAVE YOU USED in honor of Mr.: and Mrs. LM. the postoffice.! Mr. Ward is a prac- :j CO. SMITH, -M"N\i-t i, ,II| :4 mcnt "

I sia Ave. and South St., via Beach S'.,. Waite. of the Despland hotel teal; printer aid wa.for .-."v. Tal .-, ,,: 4
Magnolia and llidgewood Ave's. Return and the following day Harry (".1 years secretary and trKiMin or thtpouruphual -- : CEMENT WALKS :t

to fi. U. Seaman and get re Rexall Thompson entertain the !same 1 party : : union in New YO k .

ward. 90-t aboard his boat the Lik-ile. .n popul.irl> known .t< fluL'c:: :S\ .........................4I
Toilet honor of :Mr. and :Mrs. Waite. The

Mie Ruby Il-k.s. who ha be.na ..IWl" nl.'asanry:: ..l -it in a tr !I'It. ..................................................... 1 1': Ion -
rk and tUtinl t \\ln--i '
rune'It < :
*,pen tDg four weeks' vacation Mrs. Ger in Soap I d 1:-',tier W.Lenj"yes l, the reurn 10 the purei.-. .inc Nuf
this with her mother. j .
city lung
trude Ickes. departed t'mOfning i l I\}t.\: '.,-.iu Ini:ul,I- u tf! atn: <'''' I I Cement Walks : shoes 1 IM: t.t: t

en her return to New York to resume If not, try it lOc a cake. ---- - (: the month vV M;. : .

her duties in St. Yaks hospital I Sold atYoungs 5 5 0 0 buys street a residence furnished; 8 rooir.Bead in the
Miss Ickes made Beach: Assortment
of that: city. I WW and bath; modern improvements ; A. Vandevord Daytona Largest
many friends In Daytona and wig be r : lot 50 by about 280 feet. Ad City.
greatly missed from their <*:" le. [ Pharmacy ress A. B., care Daily News. S......SaS.Ne.OG........ti.ti.+8.06...tG..............

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