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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 20, 1911
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Sixth Season-No. 93 DAYTONA FLORIDA MONDAY MARCH .
. 20. 1911 15 Cents per Week

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? 'RED HOT SALE W. H. WRIGHT :: :: DR. BOUAO O HOSPITAL and SAy11IRIM[ RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies, Stationery and Havana SmokersOnly

Painting First Avenue D*>tona Fla. PRICES Books
A Reduce .
to Stock Twenty-.Ix Inriif, airy roolJnt'I'I Iv
: at Paper Hanging furnished unit fitted: throughout with IM"i>o qlt Ion to Tr.'iit You RI,It. I I GEO. H. CLARK first quality well cured tobacco -
nil ho"bO"Iltah-on\.t'nh'! ThoroutfhIvfqulpjM Let ("" B., Your Jwi'!lers. DIed.Vet
WALLACES'According Decorating d operating room on second
219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE floor For terms address Waterman Fountain Pens, News Cave Manufacturer
Phone 181 C. C. BOHANNON. M. D.That. L. H. ROWE & CO. Papers and Periodicals Daytona FloridaAUTOMOBILE

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;i!: PEACE TERMS ARE ACCEPTED COFFINS AREFORJEWELS. ,





.1 .: BY INSURGENTS IN MEXICO. ShowerMeans BROKEN OPEN I I BURNED UP;



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. 'REVOLUTION LIKELY TO Ei BIG BONUS good fishing and we have the I I MEN ESCAPE.


1 WITH NEXT TO WEEKS.j "goods" to fish with. _


OFFER ISATTRACTIVE. GHOULS BREAK INTO VAULT i: CAUGHT IN FIRE IN \PODS

PEACE TERMS CALL FOR RETIREMENT i I GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE CO.


j. OF PRESIDENT DIAZ r "If You Doa't Trade With Us We Both Lose Money." SEARCH FOR[ OLD GEMS.[ I WHILE 1 ON 1 mm I 6 TRIP. 1 1t t

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AND REBELS CONFIDENT i i i

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' n SEARCH: FOR JEWELS SUP. M. S. KING AND J. R. MERRITT
THEY WILL BE ACCEPTED.EL ---- - I I I

POSED TO HAVE BEEN BURIED MAKE ESCAPE THROUGH
PASO, Tex., March -That

f the terms of peace between President ALL IRKING G FOR RING HYDROPLANES i REST ANDFOOD WITH MAN WHO DIED IN MEM- FLAMES, BUT TOURING CAR I IS ,

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Diaz and General Madero, deader of I P"HIS t
I I IN 1876. DESTROYED.
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AND THE EXTRA VOTES. (
tbe, Insurrectos. as drawn here last I
MAY BE USED FOR I MEMPHIS March 20 Ghouls Caught in a wootl (:r.n...ar Ind: 1
week, have been accepted by the In- 1
: broke into the old family vault cf aa lake Sunday afternoon and not
surgents and will be accepted by BEAUTIFUL PRIZE OFFERED BY I
: w. '.\Vhite&9tt in Winchester cemi daring to make! a ran through tiM
the government, was announced by i
L. H. ROWE & CO., CONTINUESTO BYAVIATOR. I LIVE STOCK. i etl'ryl.dar and tore open the caste flames with an automobile fur liar I
the Insurrecto junta' here today. It .
ATTRACT -:ts contained in the vault, search. of the! gasoline tank t.1Ph't1in.CI S.
ATTENTION OF
Is expected the revolution will come /
F _ i i ing for jewels supposed to have been King and J. It Merjitt! w. rr compelled '
r. to an end within a fortnight. I CONTESTANTS.Only .
burled with members of the family, to abandon ttf car >iil make
Details of the peace terms were BECAUSE OF THE DANGER ORDER OF SUPREME COURT -T
I three more days remain for ( who died; of jellowfeter here in a run through the fiat: F lu save
[ carried to President: Diaz 'by Finance
contestants to work for the big special t 11S7C. I theiutehj, It-anas:: tile automobileto
' Minister Limantour, who arrived atf OF FALLING INTO OCEAN. I IN INTERPRETING G THE LAW.
bonus offer of OOOO"otl'S: The whole family were I be destroyed bj the ftr-.
the Mexican capital today. I strickenwith
which is to be given away to the the fever and died and the val I Both Mr. King and Mr 11t*,r.tt

Though the peace terms call for contestant .securing the moot votes, FLYING FROM THE BEACH CAR.jl ALL CATTLE BEING SHIPPED IN uabte jwe's and family heirloomsare were severely burned at f the retirement of President Diaz, theRevolutionists' I
during the week ending Thursday, RIES DANGER THAT THE AERO CARS MUST BE UNLOADED, (, supposed to have been placed in :.:hands and face while! t hUIt; : their!
leaders feel absolutely -
the casket of the last buried. No
one .
March 23. H y through the wall of fire to KK:
confident they will be accepted 'by PLANE MAY BE CARRIED OUT GIVEN FEED AND WATER EVERY I, trace of the perpetrators of the deed
In a contest of this kind GO.OOO; to the woods beyond but both were
- r the government. I ha.i been 1,11,1(1.BOOKER
t ___ votes Is often a ntrolling: factor in OVER ATLANTIC. 28 HOURS. I able to keep up the fight lint I th rj

t Llmantour as President the race for the grand 'prize, and contestants Because of the close proximity WASIIIXGTOXIarch: 20-The supreme reached a place of afety.

g, NEW YORK, March 20 -GuetateMadero and their friends! should : T. From a place of safety the t.omen
i II the ocean the aeroplane which J. A. court today handed down a
brother of the Mexican rev-
Matched the flames cower
strive their utmost to win it. D. will here be decision: in the of the
: ohitionary leader has Just received McCurdy ..use may case governmeat I
positive information that President During the past week great inter- equipped with 'h"droplanes. With the I \.:;. the Baltimore & Ohio South- and closer to the car. until the

# Diaz will soon retire In favor. of Llm est has been shown in the contest, hydroplane it is possible to land: on western railroad, upholding the act !I ISTOOILL I auto was enveloped and completely I

Mexican minister of finance, of congress prohibiting the trans- dt'l3trOYt' .
: antour, and a great fight is being made for the water and not incur damage to
who has Just returned to Mexico City portation ot cattle more that :S consecutive I The two men bad been uii a flab! .
the beautiful $50;; diamond which
ring
w the air It Glenn Curt .
I craft. was $6 hours without unloadirg for to Indian lake acd w' re on
i tug trip
from New York.Heretofore I
5' is offered by I.. H. Rowe & Co., the !
T Diaz has held the ton-i, well-known jewelers of this city. who first introduced successfully! the i food and water I II TO APPEAR. lilt'ay home late in the dftrrinxvi

fidenoe of the world'-a financiers, but:* The following w the standing of use of th** hydroplare when he flew I This law was passed some time when fire t-praiu; up in Mi.- ""(JdJ.

the revolution has been so successful -,' from a battleship in the harbor of ago and has been contested through the blaze: apjMTntl Man.:UK; 0.1 al.id .

r this confidence has been dl'S.1: 1.16 contestants up to ThursdaIarch San Diego Cal, and landed o'l the I the lower courts by the railroads. : I. ttf thtiu at once (-:f'( I ij. .'Tt'-

: water and then from the Xo decisions were handed down today : AlAN CHARGED WITH I ASSAULT made to increase the std oi that
wat
f troyed. I Marjorie Rotzien . . . . 1,029,925 rose rbucce&ffully. II
i by the supreme court in the eases auto to make that run through th
to the information received . I I
Holt McCorkle . . 1,021,075
of the Standard Oil and tobacco,, tLuufb. but the mt.'ii,;.' ti>*jt made
here Llmantour will remain Florence Gittens . . . . 1,012,000 In rough water the hydroplane has STILL HELD OS THE CHARGE.
trust. The urt adjourned this dangerous feat and thtn
supreme re a ;
short time and will not been tried there is too much I
president but a as
.Roberta Hobbs . . . . . ..1,005,000 until .
:;
April the
derided abandoa
finally to
I car antmake
then be succeeded by a man chosenly Mena Pollitz . . . . 1,002,085 uncertainty of the machine maintain- .

the Revolutionists. It is expected Margaret Brokaw . . . . .. 943,000 ing its equilibrium. Howe\er, hereat COTTON GINNING REPORT I CERTIFICATES FROM PHYSICIANS a run for it. ,

1- this! man will be General :Madero. I Pauline Garrison . . . . . 935,000 Daytona: there is an abundance ef'' From appearat.t: s tli f r* was
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SHOWS A BIG INCREASE. j i DECLARE NEGRO EDUCATOR s-t in a number of ptat at orx-f
water and :McCurdy will fly the
over
Grace Burdick . . . . . . 910,300 .
Another Battle Fought- Violet Middletcn . . . . . 890,0001 ocean some, and at any rate will remain WASHINGTON. :March 20.-The i IS IN NO CONDITIONFOR and it i w said: burned on,r a -p.1"e' ,

> EL PASO, Tex.; March 20-Xews The following is the amount of near tlu beach as there: m not a census bureau cotton ginning report I' rf several hundred acres n a very

I.,. received from Torreon today says :30: votes cast for the different contestants suitable landing place! inland off of issued today shows llt 41.3Go: bales COURT short time: th flaiuo bring driven
were killed and 100 wounded in a the beach, and if anything shoud! for 11)10.: again l",.,S6.201 1 bales last rapidly throuxh th,- dr> tiiubr aad l t
between March 9 md;: March 1C,
battle between the Federals and In- and is a correct standing of all CODte6tall.ts go amiss over the deep blue the hydroplane year Sea Inland: show !.Hi.CGS ba!(>s. |i NEW YORK, March 20-When the brush by a strong wind ,,,

.surrectoe near Colonial Siding Thuu- would eliminate! the dancer i case aganst Alib?rt rlrich charged;: The bodn of hundredof dead t
for the beautiful
, in the race
PRESIDENT HOME rabbit ,
IS
; i were" IWt'ft in the <"IJat" tweet
day. j diamond ring so generously offered of mishap. I with assaulting Hooker T. Washington -I
which" the flames bad spread_
The Is interested ARRIVES FROM SOUTH'SIIIXGTOX.
i! 11)L.. H. Howe & Co., the well government deeply was called in court today a b.1 The aulooiobtle tw
burned
Japs ,Getting Ready- I known jewelers, for the contestant in the su,'l'ess of the hydroplane 11'.-\ :March 20.-President sician's certificate declaring the 1 up .aft atue t
l b.
passenger touring car 4su5tfi
LONDON, )March "Official: in securing the most vote between because of the nre:sity of landing oi Taft and his party armed here | Int.'gro .
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to Mr. King and th*' m n w..r.- Oas
educator ill "
the water if a ship! should; happen to this !9 too to attend was!
formation was received here today. March 9 and April C. morning at o'clock The trip I .
polled to leaxt- th au' i i. t> it h hafts'e
that the are purchasing be at a great dictum from an aeio from AticuMa was made without troa- presented J
Japanese Miss Florence Gittens . . ..90,000 that ... ..
they hid: <> t 'I.' roo !11. ant
of rice and coal, and plane atta<'llt'li t to that -hip labs o! any kind. t rich aieu-es Washington, with inult.us ,
Tat:; quauitiea Marjorie Rotzien . . . . . . .85,000 i I thus tt.. .
it is also known that the forces in Mena Pollitz . . . . . . . . 80.000, --- -- ----- ---- -- ----- I ---- -- --- ---- hs: wife. Ulrich i is. still 111':11': 1 ' ti..n IIi

the Japanesena'al yards and'arsenals Margaret Brokaw . . . . . .80,000 on the charge of ac ault. I i t j t i l '

"4 and working day and night. Roberta Hobbs . . . . . . . .75,000 I GOOD IN ALL_ QUARTERS SEVERAL PEOPLE HURT ANOTHER RICH GOLD STRIKE I I J

Grace Burdick . . . . . . . 70,0-30, 3 !
DAYTONA BEACH LADIESENTERTAINED Violet Middleton . . . . . . .60,000// OF THE GLOBE IN RIOTS IN CHICAGO. DISCOVERED\ [ [ lCAtlfORMA.I\ ..

AT CARDS. Holt McCorkle . . . . . . . . 40,000: ('IIIGO'Iar'h I I : l':u-Ht.\t'l ill l |I' i isous I i
,
Mrs George Beach, Miss Beach i I have been iiijuml in rn>t. <.* - -

entertained at i: "" I teamsters Nu lop d 'hr Ill", 1rr"uI FIND IS SAID TO SURPASS GOLD i
, and Miss May Beach NfW ROUTE TO THE SOOTH I t
r theirDaytona "A.B. C. I Transfer company rocJ.I! u i 1..1\\
at
cards Saturday afternoon, I
FIELD OR TONOPAH AND PROSPECTORS
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Beach homr. There were iumt'-'lattir-d! I'y -'HH-I-! .I!.Ij ,

s' seven or eight tables engaged and FROM THE MIDDLE BEST. ; I j'
: at I I (.: ('j' d i ;!".-r beautiful prizes were distributed Ii I Travelers
i NEW; DISTRICT.
Chequesi
the conclusion of the games and delicious -
: AWARDING OF CONTRACT FOR Y. M. C. A. LOSES BY FIRE;
refreshments were served. I RENO, NVv '.' \

The rooms were beautifully decorated i CONSTRUCTION SHOWS CONNECTING I i BUILDING BURNS IN WEST. -.' ''II..i 1 -.1'"kh I ,.- '. ". ,.. !. ,

with a profusion of roes, carnation I I i : with ready acceptance -1'IUXCt'IIIh.1": : ,. :yiut'.li .' .r r #
I LINK BETWEEN., It's '-tl' of inon '\ to' more ,,, : : :"of \\,1: : ; ;: : 1 1I ,
\\"a
and a _
pinks, narcissus, sweet peat nas jm Banks Hotels Railroads 1 11 J: \ ( iius :M -ns Christian \.- :iMI : ,.' I ,. I r .

turtiums. Between 30 and -10 ladies t ROADS IS TO BE MADE. I II than our price for iroeeries and i I by :. building Iud dorm:'<>: ". u ,.- t 'I I :.- ;...; ?

were in attendance and enjoyed a1 I Vegetables for better quality cannotbe Steamship lines, etc. :' dt':itio\ed b>' fire li.*. ,. 'i, .tn \\ 'j.i il"0 ( .. I .-- ', .-' 1 .." .. . &

most delightful thine.Don't j ji I CINCINNATI, :March :'Through had. We earnestly solicit an I I Iopportunity of $lu.nni..llany 01 Ih,' .1.0.1"- : 'I :: !. j ,

,C. - the awarding of a :33: mile construction ; to fill a trial order assuring I 1 Easily negotiated for full (pC tit,. "lild.ll, il.ld lIal'l'll\I ,.>, .IJc-r- : 'l.! i',1! ": .:" i in

toda I 1 value. fro:11!) 11t-:11! II II, "?II"! 1 r'f 1 Milt -
i I contract it became known > you of entire satisfacti"n.CONRAD I!I

that this will be the connecting link i Identification establishedby i .e.e.OteNNvO+e....ONN. I
between the Chesapeake & Ohio road ; .. CHURCH

; to the Carolina, Clinchfield & Oho; : countersignature.Safer :IDAO Y STOCK 1 MARKET REPORT i L/XOf- r-'M' ruzst r

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road. GROCERYCOMPANY than ; handier ..............NN........ "> '*| Deytun... 'JV .-Icn J4.
The road extends from Dante V:i. I money i !
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to Emahorn City Ky. This governs than drafts. Take a few $10'! NKUOliK, 'l.u'.11' _" -i"iI il :. i/ lelbn' tvvi /:- '/.. bass/ '
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Cut Your Corn the shortest ix)sible route from Chi'i I tn'l'lwlf l! | 4 T<' I 14 1'0 n!|I'" t.-: 110"-! : II":

caso to the southeast and Flor;da: $20, $50 and $100 cheques on 01 the bi'..11h t:,in--,' i" -p.ft \.i: Protect Your Clothes Feathers.

Don't opened at $H.t;.> and July' $1 J 1.4'. Furs. C ,. ct "th t i.
take chances next trip. tryst
on trimming a corn I your .
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with a knife; there is a possibility o WHEAT OPENS HIGHER I .
you losing your whole foot WITH PROVISIONS WEAK. :11:-. morn.ns1: .--" ..-. I.,( ftc !U-.. .
throughj 'PHONE 61.Daytona. I WE ISSUE THEM.
blood poisoning through a ,i h il';( up I..,'. :' i'' ;i'': i ,- !,'"' 1 t.t t. AlothalineIt
when trimming the corn. Now, the sensible CHICAGO. MARCH :1M -The \\ h.'a' -- - - ...t.r.. :

thing to do is to get a bottle ofNYAL'S market opened firm with the i iJJs p:: ,< Lodge I MERCHANTSBANK : ., t
.3.,1 iii No. 1141 '1":1: -
toS higher on light re n';pt-,! I \ 'n.,'_ oI..at. d! iN '<.",.. r t
CORN CURE 25 CENTSHANKINS ... B. P. 0. E. : w \.0: k. t'. ",tr i: ,
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t and higher c.'ablE'SIa.r: was juirt . :1' -.k\ .i!.iI l'" .. may be: fl.tl..e ; ; M) .rt-ct: .: .h
at 9t! l-lc. Provisions were w.ik ::11 : I I.. 'I'' h\,1'-l lN. ,- .
The Meets Every Tuesday I ..,'hrrn I' contact ith the ... \hate'!
Druggist : w PI
five to 1't: lower. May pork. $1'-! : Evening. Visiting I !1'. nn-*'lv'>>:. ii ..
AT TIIK PLACE / !lard, $S.S': rib $J'.::5. I!'v.;s wtHc ';' : '- Members Invited. A. D. McBRIDE, PresidentJ :...'K I-1:' fabrics without '
. B. CONRAD. Vice President *H>uth- r' I II : VM: injury
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E. E.
Where Volusia Meets Beach lower and ,.r': .'!', to I"L Fitzgerald. I 'mod :
Geo. F. Crouch, Sec. :f. N. CONRAD. Cashier ;: t'. to' ,. .. t
Telephone 69 iower. I II I I II I i F. J. NIVER. Asst. Cashier : I ;t tooL.L.

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.1 PIANOS and DELAND- county seat of I
-4. \ Volusia County,
STETSON
PLAYER PIANOS VOLUSIA ;:::::-= I


; i' \ T&N1, MPV PIA Coacert OS fOR Tuaer RE'iT: 1 COUNTY is Daytona situated and 23 is reached miles southwest from the latter of. UNIVERSITY

BANK city by an excellent hard-surface l'rLkcli. Fl.'.
7fii Four 'c.U"ar",.. fcnd :
A I \ I iSLAND. FLA. road recently constructed. -rbnlr,,i ....t,.,'...
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At DeLand is located the John B. Ef4utpmentt.Inst ,
bo''rI1 I, ,..,
THE Stetson University, one of the lead Ktxlownirnt tuijiu.
; $100,000Surplus
Capital of the Faculty of tv ho-
educational institutions! I ISol1tb.
$50,000A ing for fttxl ID-
Women'sIcE
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-; .::. :; Because of the interest in I vtructor.'hr1>tua.

"'- n M : : Exchange educational DeLand is knownas but r T."on.k.-c-tarl..a
= 'BRIDE. matters .b'hC.'
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CREAM yjj.i4J.LL 1 ---=--- th.' Ut in Kior l'r.-sl __ . -::::- : .1 .. lru.- it Ioy will I | :
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-- : :- : B.('OoiItA haa faculty of I
.. j< -= I... Kr>thIii J ...sld'ntR. Stetson University Lincoln Hclley.
.:. VICt'-l' m. i'. .
Litt
There .
swo
MILLS't. a I A. \)1), 50 professors and instructors. U. II.
and Piwskl.n5J.
4 ,CIb Io-r' arc.over $400,000 in buildings
European ,""' .. iI
'' : $300,000 endowment -
:
RestaurantSHOES 'A&. % :: .1 equipment nearly

I. I I be to the most ; a Carnegie Library alone representing
I_ L. C. DEMAREE.One -- - fact must apparent J. i PERKINS
By DREKA'SDEPARTMENT
in building,
rs.i..u.i.i.aeOisis sa u With such lavvUh an investment
_ _ i=uperf:"itl observer. '
I of Daytona's crowning glories wealth of natural beauty it became endowment and books, of more than

AND JU8N1SJ1S is her incomparable beadh. No BUSINESS AND an easy thing foi the hand oftarswi STORE $120,000. The library is the United Attorney andCounsellor

ho haj ever set foot upon its touches Government depository for the
: It Pays to Trade at : one \v PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS to give the finishing States-

: smooth, racked sands; no one who I wfliich have Tvroushf out the colors EVERYTHING;* State of Florida, and contains over
House Law
2 Peck's Bargain ver pedaled a bicycle over its expans -I and outline of the big picture. 1 TO EAT.' 15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one at

: 112 South Beach Street.iei.i.l.isi.i.l.I.I.Isuas. : ; ; no one who ever drove ap'ranciig outoC TO WEAR, of the newest of 16 buildings, with
............ .. Man did all this in the laying USE'lbouting .
.............. pair of horses and listened TO represents an outlayof
furnishings
the streets with their wide margins W11 Prartitla

to the popping: of their steel shoes .......................... of parkage. The entire city becomes HOOU1... 60000. Elizabeth Hall is one of Mat BD4

: LING WAH-CHINESE LAUNDRY : upcn its asphaltum-like face; no one a grp.it park with driveways inter-: Elevator Hi-rvleo jj the most beautiful college buildings Y..ct..ralC"urh
: 11 no. BEACH: ST., OAYTONA FLA. who ever steered a high-power automobile : E. S. HALL : \Kt-st Room
I>r*.8hlrU 12:Ntiht| "Shirts 10. (F'- l.ni; ;, miles; upon mies of drh'e'ways _* I In the South.
a White Hhlrts llll\\'uol..n "Shirts )11 I down the broad stretch of ; has population of about3,5OO.ith
The'city a
motorists
a Check Hhlrts lnU.-r..hlrts KNew sand i Architect and Builder : ho good as to atfact G.A.DREKA&CO.VoIusia .
a I'mers' HBhlrtscollnrntt. wave-washed and surf-packed continent. a thickly settled country rLAVI I'. Fl.\.
Hhlrts the
all
from over FLAU:
t a S 18ock.R., ",'r pair :1a but: realized that it is' a world beater No. 3 utu PllJm.tto Av :: luEI.Nl II. DeLand proper is five
Collars or Cu fls 2lj;Hn nd kerchiefs ..t. Go stand :I DAYTONA. FLORIDA. And as for the pavements pan adjacent "
l a Ladles clothes at corresponding prIc.I a wofld-wonder. upon miles east of the St Johns River. on
.......................... this wile speedway and see the happy ..BGB9B.B.BOE.B6B.B.B.B.B.. nii'Tits that look and act like granitwhere rolling pine land of the I WRIGHTINSURANCE
t the high
else between the eastern .
CoaolyAbslracLCiT
1 souls flit by In Joyous mood and Florida.VThc .
of
( Ridge"
..isiiieu.i.i.a.i.i.i.ieH. mil' great "Orange I
sin
and wl.t-rn seas are so many
: ianswcrhetTier this is not one of .................... SUSU ? The :; predoimnatm products are :
inhabitants
i C. THOMPSON Agt. the seven modern wonders. I. prol) rton; to : estimated

1 LAMB ENGINES 1= W. C. ClOWNING M. D. : pavement question statds with th(' oranges and grapefruit, the AGENCY

:: : The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River. ) and : etreet as one of the thief drawing: 15-rt Fish 11.1,11/1111..1'1.-l'r'usid.Tit'uiry 'crop from this vicinity being over
HUPMOBILES :I General Medicine
t ; unheard of place r..lar) and rrt>n9. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
: Where think you is water with morepicturesque cards. Till some .
4 : Demonstration Give; at Any Time.PHOXK :I Obstetrics : ,
: Wg : surroundings? Nearly a omC''lIour: l 1otoJJlI.: 1tof"pJI1." G reports more and better Daytona Abstracts Furnish peaches, pears Japan persimmons DcLaod Florida

;' ...ISRII.IUSISIUSII...Ia.i.i.ui.i.i.uii..I.l.ia mile wide fringed with tropical vege- : Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. :: throws down the gauntlet to the ed and Titles' plums pecans, guavas, strawberries:

tation, artistic cottages with roomy I 1I.lIlSI1IIIl.lIlIISl.ISIIOISIIIISISISI world. Perfected and other fruits are grown in plenty

i verandas looking out upon her bosom -- -- -- - Squirrels Flowers, Birds and Fruit Insured In the way of public improvements: OLDESTLARGEST
-- and
; = JACOB ESPEDAHL gamey food fishes in countless numbers .................. WhtevT one's_ shortcomings and I i arc many miles of tine shell roads, an

3 Contractor and Builder beckoning, as it were to those I. however indifferent or even callous Mup! PInts HupplhdI.LA'SII. nod excellent high school, electric lights !

\I t> Designer Construction and Craftsman of KulldIngs U with rod and reelher bosom flecked : DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPhysician :. one way he to many things, the mere Rlm-prlnt a system of waterworks that is owned and BEST
Superintends .
: flxnt HiHl HxTiiiciitionson : with duck and coot a.ndsnow)"- and Surgeon : nv>n tiC!), rl "flowers and squirrels KI.K. and operated by the city supplying
\ :
\ DAYTOS.Jo'LORIDA.on Hhort NotIei.I : winged sea birds. which sit about as ;:, birds; and fruits" will send a thrill the purest water at little cost
KODAK I'JACKI'hone : :
t ..saii..............titiOlI if for Ihe sport of bobbing upon the Iwaves I' :.I oJo'Jo'Il'IoVJon Sf! that is reflected in distended pupils BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that For Florida

watch that lubberly old and! pricked ears. DeLand is a church-going commu
f I s..i.i.i.i.isisi.i.ii.i. ; .. Sills II FARMS
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J white headed pelican pouch a fat. ISI ISI I --- For every visitor with a spare goober .nity. Baptists, Episcopalians Methodists -
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: OSCAR MICHAEL S mullet and that fish hawk struggling! there U a bunny ready to com* COMPANY (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES
......B...B.B.B.B.B.I5151D. Manufacturers of '
: CONTRACTOR Im upward with his floundering load he l, and accept jour gift. lie will sit boll I Christians and Catholics, TIMBER or

a : snatch from the water. ; : D. & C. M. ROGERS : I'jT'K'ht( and kna\v inrr. the meat LUMBER besides colored Baptists and Methodists TRUCK:

Filling and GradingHeavy See the beautiful! launches spick Civil Engineers i casting furt\e, saucy glances at joxiiuenhile LATH are represented. LAM)

a Hauling a Specialty.M. . wi'tlh and lockers SHINGLES offers ten
.; and span hampers The graded school a ... 1.,1 !. It I"';':

a............iii...._..__._._._.. bulging with refreshments. both solid : DAYTONA, FLA. :.:. Flo'.vrs. Usually fresh and bloom,, MOULDINGS. .. years' course and the building which ..... ; '''.

4 n and liquid. ready for a cruise upon th J..tuhll..h'd t..j3. !rig the year 'round, you are remind Ap "nt : newly furnished
c .-.yX!'('.! :i) Masury's Paints it occupies is WE GOllDwonts[
beautiful surface. Take out field Goldsmith's couplet where I'-irotd HootliiRVlilt. -
your .isiei.ltiol.ioiszisl.g.etSi.iSi.li.ISlliol.i..i fd of throughout and is one of the most
ELLA DeVOY & CO. I \ .'btii (',.JII'ct
i 'slass and the river from I -. -- i.iiinsping! ; its easiest vi-'it paid
sweep ?< Kll>ormlo Pli-t. I commodious and best equipped public { co(

Ormond bridge to Ponce Park i \nd! summer's lingering blossom (KOIJ;<-or gtut.y Kind. ifrickItFl..Xi I'.rtck schools in the State. i .

MILLINERY light house then say whether the E. L. STEWART a: I jre delayed. ). 11'1.LANDIS ..\. I!i The trip from Daytona to DeLandis , t '

L \ halifax isii' a thing of beauty anda : 'hi on* > ad rosos of varisjatcd hue made by automobile la a little
No. 8 Beach St.. Daytona. Fla. forever and oae of the modern II Physician and Surgeon another househoW hast
joy i.odoiainatf
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!NH'''1:11'it'ntlun' to <\I.<\ .i" Ctf i t IiI : I over an hour, and there are many
'.i.! @ v\onde.5. E. ... !E"r. Thn.it IIlItiU". HIIi,'". and tin, '
i@A -" .. : (IH-IJ.HH for the poincetta [ & fiSH drives in tnc vicinity of the THE
.mil S n Mil' inMJIIMIOII: | a\' >iu 1'11! : pretty
!Y..Ni'!) !\! '\! The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge. ilixii, \t..1 ot P.II.. t>'u.plion. ":!. I ;neiiiis : re aflame; another is hid Lou couuty site. A good road leads toDcLeou '
at
GORDONGARAGE
Attorneys
l. : 'tinIHHII -: \:0. in to't< |I' Mi :
.tn ::! a j'lngle of tall cane."arietJ' I ".ill!.'UlL' !In 01,1 1 five miles, a historic I
East FloridaTelephone wood. .lllllSlClSIOllIUSN5IsLIIll I.,.> tin' -P.O.of life and here is where s..t.. ..t,,1 I- .1. a Spring ot water.
60.1/03
('uUII.l spot. hcrc 1.\110.15
Kidg-wocil avenue Is upon the crest I you find it. :ixvrial (...'Iltl':t s ror
earth minute.
from the
i bubble every
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Company .. of a broad ridge, straigM as the crow .. .I3ISIIISISISIIIiOlSI.. The ords flit in, and witfli their ins p'r'.rttng' stiL'.uniK;tit slid">-iI I From DeLand automobiles go southto The

( flies and the wide spreading branches joyous noi-s help to give fullness 'i l.ASI' l H.IMIHC ..\. I t DeLandHeadquarters
DR. F. H. HOUGHTON : shell and
Connections at Daytona I : Oil: ecu, IS miles, on .
bt'a\-.trunked live oaks
of 'he extend :nd Njmnitiry to the picture.
: I marl roads ihc St.Johns is crossed by

for Long Distance Points i!, thtir g'ant: arms across the mag- :II _. DentistI ,\-; for fruits choice citrus fruits, STEWART & BlY ferry near Cstccn and cans can then for \
aiiic.. tta forming an arch and I
: t. v Automoliles.t.'CTI'ft
L) :tlds the palm to none foi
IIni.... in 1'. I'k ItH-k' : .i\tona \ A. !o4t"urtEdorll continue to Siuiord and Orlando by
H. C. THOMPSON. Mgr. f from these extended arms great festoons IMioM- \\'. Nt End v.uth Itruttg.S1SIIISISIIIOISISIIII:.' quality a'u quantity per a<..ft'. There Irly hard road. Thns a shell road I
-: of the Misty; I'ot..wilrtAttorneys
Spanish moss sway as a Maxwell
5 >e@>SS> iS*?a .C .IISISISISIIiSIIISISISI.ill. ire; sc-ort-s of citrus grcies in prox at Law from DeLand to Orange City five Tour1ingCarsand
trade winds from the tropic seas
-- - ---- mity the city branches Lrtidin
to and Notark-b Public miles, and a good road from DcLand
fan them. Looking straight ahead e.-ith with their burdens ollunous Runalxiuj
the
to : ,
H. ; wl down this white shell street one has J: T. K.: Kitmill. E. IS'. O.it. v : Kf !Iden globes, which for Pvf..\ND. FL.\. ,I to Lake Helen a like distance. I

I the impression of a fairy path xvitlilffca I FITZGERALD & OAThS : i.t-auty. proflicacy and all desirablt

draperies but as you move HD SAiSIIitf E BRICK CO. Vnhur. II ." 1'\
Mill WorkI.} 'long and cast an eye first: to tht- :: Attorneys and Counsellors at Law : qu.iiitiesciuld truly astonish you. rERICKSON ,. Ku).., I'. )t&iHAMLIN... .:.
op. ,'Ia I I-'a<'llili.. for KxniulniMKI.K ; The Fastest Autos and The Finest I I M.i ( -lur- rs I -
Write or ask him about anything '\ right and then to the left you see 1'. i'L i tint; Iou rill Titles & CO. I Light Granite fluff Red arul

you want made of wood Every- % distinguished cottage homes in the = < illu-. mi'onriuj ISuildinK. 'l'Iion.i"u : Out. r.! rl.t; vtock of Drab Urkkf .

thing the best. if most delightful settings. .BOB000XaB...I..I.BeB.. The! -t-Vt .th world wonder do y<>:: Pianos On jius and I . ., I
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I See !h2 glistening leaf of the grand .i-k\ ? ('t )lll'. whetlvr from Xlissou.:' Sew.iut. N.tL1CS: ; i : ,. ... \> .... ...11'1 ,," ,. & I

I North Ril(wood Ave. Phone 123 (f magnolia which nature has \anushed: C.......,. ... ...,..:e ,.. S.St.i'i- !'.!'.'. lor fro'ii l.iK. from Kalamazoo u I I I _-(ut.l.i\l.rt'i. r .1.:'".. .:,'!.'.\.. .. : I..\k. -. , '". IJ VLAKE HAMLIN

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\ @:? t<..#.i'>..#\!I I as no art'ss brush ever could; and DR. J. P. ESCH t tPhysici..n !i T:mhui h. ,id! you will be ":;1100'it. HELEN -
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--- the tiabbig palms with their burdens : .>n. is u lo re tla- world's record fo.spei : : 1

of showy! fruit and swaying; p.ilM.ite : : and Surgeon d .s> broken with evtry ivihrrin( : r ALLLN'SN' Surrounded by several pretty lain -"c-:., i
I Iii f I PICTURESQUE[ P8RT ORAiE ,I'. !-iin-ii'-i Iii-l' .... tutu !II i .i-. -..\I", IOf I a .f
Hi- lovely holly with its the b---. the'! fast and
,
: ? exqu.ite !i ::M. I I.; i 'LIIII'? !'i. "It,. h"in i 'i. .' ;i. I .ea'o'l.Iaos. : ;.t 'u o-'o't'.v: guarded by lotty pine trees is C, '.:: I
; l.t 1"-> ; see the climbing \ iuesi !.I II. ., !.,; p. ill. ' "' iti'" ". I \\ T" :. \ i 4-f.a'Id ti! ,' fine-t an0:1 <1:1:!iy: Lake Helen, a winter resort of no /ot 1..sa
) IF: :.M 'II. pa'i.
.
runT olt.\S'I: I.pritty ia I-I un rut in the tr'es; see the ciiMiv.ftuitKis > : : 'a..j ':;,d t'-e' big sh-.w is :1.- I f't.e: DPUCCSTSJEVELERS little importance. Camp Cassad.z.I :i.
!...i.. ........... .....e ... .it i"i..i. .... I :
IItt!I.'\'1'':::ultu.xt *- I PORT ORANGEHOUSEi forms wiiich gain a foot- : t: ,. !)::1))" .!: t<.!-ifti ua't-r foil i'i- : spiritualistic camp- "onnd is situated ,

.\t llv- 11I1 t. > I II laodn! tie great oaks and s".t .f\\" ...S..o+.o.e..=.....C. ..: I ttus.udt Of fJOW :Tl' \\ -:5.\: It.s: U : near Lake Helen and at this .
I liOuth of I>a>ton: onti I Q I r r:T.N'!-. n..\.
I'ftytonltm'rna -.\\ D.ulms: and surely you will join iihue : Dr. SAMUEL 1\1. LONGDENTIST :, I, v\r: iiiumshow uitha ro--.a'tlj: : I place several hundred people make

:- liarilnr- : chjru! and say that this! :j" a s.t: .1;; *'-tllf.ilu'i 1 winter headq-tarteri. A Lfie lumber .I' "

tnesrondth.e.rnI.highwnyoftti..' K i-t.- s Free Cumr.1n: I \\orld \\cnder for beauty. : i I .> tln'ip goes, from a -.hoispowr -.' G. V/ Fisher I mill and the largest brick plant ia l:01jTtIVS T ,

(0'\5t. Th town Ir I- Owner and Manager Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage : One Door North (If New tIer :: up to a 2"0-horse power, and Drug Co. the South arc located at Lake Helen. 1LL'CZ.

locnteUonth. II"ill- Homes. : chants Bank. <:I Iwl d-.:;:'et.s of spetd from a canto Drn s, Stationery ORANGE CITY

TasxRtvernnticonnsetsd -. ..4e S...S......o4...... :I to a tvvo-nnle-a-niinute! clip. You will!! I Hayler's CadiesI Ci0thngFurl1l"blngs
.
with th. ORANGE No one of Daytona's attractions - i piobably catch the spirit: wn.,.u jo.: The principal attraction around
PORT
psntn.nIa op3to.ttl'y ,' .!.!.!.!.! )!'N< :!) ..!.!. ,! @N.N'! Kodaks, CigarsI'Kl. ..
brtdgs. perhaps: commands more nearly universal I to L the roads and the beach are yours. I \\ I. Kl .\. Orange City is the many handsome She j
a (
Tlie town I.. w11 BEACH attention and praise than do-s !: The Manhattan Cafe I The Florida sunshine is fre', tht- golden orange groves.< The ton is I

laid ont Iinl linv the an'stic! cottages. The owners of: i balmy ocean breezes are free, the I supplied with water said to be the -

? many pretty hoin.A .-*. Lots for Sale. these charming villas hail from every ., for ladies and gentlemen. i birds and squirrels! and flowes arefr I A. K. 'tJEllJA1ii purest ;a the wcrld another attrast :- \

larg" nunilx-r of Liberal Terms comer rf the country and they bring Regular Dinner 11 to 1:30 Daily. .,e. tne sparkling fountain water ;* on to victors. It is at Oraage City

tourists and winter' Tort Allowed for their own architectural plans and ;' Short Orders. Box Lunches. i : ':'r. e and you will have to go dOWI I I The th..t passenger, oror the Florida East ,
mnk
rf !dents IMPROVEMENTSOcean .
.
Fresh. :
Orange winter h"ut- build upon them and. as the architure ;; Everything ''. :into )'vul""lU"t only for coia for I Leading "'-ast: St. .irvcr to carriages and II
i.
River
or Special Attention Shown to Ladies.
quarters, .n.' of t h.- FISHINGl'on"nl. I of one section of the countr. :auto and bed and board. GROCER drive to Dv:*.iJ. The town is surr -

...'rprnI attrll'II.n, nt to Auto-. differs from the architecture of another l THE MANHTTAN CAFE I This is I.J fanciful picture>; it's all: i untied hy land peculiarly adapted I I
,..Inlt the efIl 'ntfishing. iiioliiuKnot- (\>uruiid < DF.I.I' f. \. "
I I'.rlds. so do our homes differ in !. 38 South Beach Street htre. It o drawing other thou>and> I I t"> t! ,; ccltivat'o- citrus fruits. !

-! outward appearance and structural A short dM niV I W'L.'t: IT'.s -!\ '! -o.o.\\ ; and h'tlJ:1: them enthrall, it w.Kinarm :l::

t west :yt Tort Or:in-"' \ !. I.: be..utfrom one another. There arc aid Lold! you. Con.e and s.t'. i........................................... 4........
are thf roinnlii of Port (IU. V::.. no monotonous rows of strikingly ............Ge.4........... .
old l>unatonoucnr .
he similar build: ugs but the eye as i: I -- -
mill. a phutthat : : When You Are Looking for I: i iI.
la vllt.'>l ..v. r>' '( Port: Orange sweepby is treated to a kaleido .: "From the Grove to the Table" JTHE DAILY NEWS

huntlr'sI.of I Itourlstll. scopic change which keeps the wind Some One to Do
cs-srby |:
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INDIAN RIVER
GRAPE I.
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On' tvn.iIlth.rountry OM\ [ CO. wondering, "What m>xt?" -
: : FRUIT AND ORANGES [[ .
5't 1'. M'POXT' It is no* only the exterior of many .

I of Port ()ransz.sir- tro\\. r smut V<'a'' r of th4- homes which rintsLteu' i Electrical fork% j GroAM on the Halifax. tosorncthrcepersons th"'''' .

rounding m.tl. was a! "II't lh.- old In- OYSTERS nnu I tion; .vnh.c they are models of con- The fiieat: quality of fruit for sale : Gives Away :

aiconndsucnr IMIH- CLAMStM. _; veniens. and the finishing! : and furnishing in smiiie ,boxes or car lots. Special names were mentioorJ in tin :
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plantation.Th>tutU !'t.Ort:1.. I''r. ' i jive evidence of the elegance : PHONE 14, :: attention .aid to filling orders. i Every Day

wnit", ojMratfd .xtt'n- : and cultivation of those who worked : MUNROE & STEVENS previous day paper :

days slvelylnthor hut Inl..-..n IB\\ c. HOWES1 I it all out. Indeed, it is the interior FORLAWJ: GROWERS::: AND SHIPPERS. .. 4.

dl..u'l' for furt "rHft arrangement and artistic furn u;nand -' Four Tickets to the Crystal :
Real
'I : Office Next: to the Ridgewood Hotel. :
\ y.ars.ery SDRdirg' more than the exterior
\ \ Intt-rt'.t'ni'! : Insurance I I appearance that gives a surpassing: : THE ELECTRICIAN. j: -- : Theatre and a Merchandise :

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dr \' from l"i\: ton i lOTAt-fV fTCLlC charm to Daytona homes. This f-- i- Best Prices Best Work 4 ........... ........... ......... . ..... *
> h\' o..t"lin Ito ad. I 1. Order for 25 cents on some :
ture Jastly merits prominence a- another -
(h.- approach It' Port ( rar. nil : NORTH BEACH STREETMcDonald's :I GITTENS & MESSING <
tll Tort trt.r u_ I wonuYer.Streets + 4 t local store :
.: ",'. aser.sTh' .......4 ........ ......... .. -.F..i.: !i., ,\ . % : : : : : : .

i i and Pavements the Most ....3.U..i8.. .U..I.I <-N (9Fresh Fish : .
ur'.il n n< t nIkisoiii' S. C' MARii:1: I a': \ + ..
through '.' I I and Cest.i \ 4 =- __ = :--==- -_: :
J : Boat t Yard : Cx '? Clams .
nrtticlk.ilft| 't o' i i : :. 5 .
J'ort orally tn tf!.. I ((ieira! ; Why th Architect of the l"uhl'r' Established 1903 :
'I' : and Rose Bay Oysters | Watch for them
-u.tis of thnitsl -. !' i : chose to give! Daytona the mo-t ad-! : (HAS It!. MCDONALD. Proprietor ---your name n1 > :
Merciandise
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old .u'I'rlULl mirab, the most picturesque naturalnutting :: Railways. Boats Built Repairedand :I MarlirJ en South Beach: St'eet 6 4
I. rdurr.llto'l I
t'atonit.yth- Pert Oranlrr. flj I of all the cities of the SouthIs -. Housed. U Phone 5 Prompt Delivery : be next. :

on th- inatDlncd. cot r revealed but that such is a I ISlSlSlllSl5I5I5lC.i.i..B I ... .'!'.'. ... ...i. .!.i. !. .!.!.!.!!' '!+ '! ..4 .c..o... ...C..... ....44...... ........ .... .... ... .f








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s THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS::: Pan. TP"
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;. Minute JellyfishIn A New Illness.A --- --

: the northern seas there exists an Chicago broker, who Is not noted When thf Ether trieud and<. of Either.tfct rival' claimants II PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNAHOWE I'' .

extremely tuinute jellyfish. termed Liz for his humor nearly so much as he Is I of the discover: of anae..tlitnn G
zla koellkerl. which are so transparentthat famed for his fear of hs! wife found
: we*? i l'rof'J.II! ;; 1U0u\Jm'ub for ad) t
a single individual can scarcelybe himself In hIs club at dinner time I SMYRNA is situated
one other Olivi-r Wendell!! Holmes Mifrpeited ::; l NEW miles south of ORANGES I II HIt
In clear
seen rater and so small evening much the worse for drink. I tif-I'
that all bouid unite in erecting; a AND I and IS an ideal spot reach you want tkt*
that a wineglass of water can contain He called a messenger boy and with I .
from Daytona by a hard surface r \ rr hrd dual
H single: mt'l1IriJ.I.itll central
a
: 3,000 of them. Yet this Jellyfish occursIn great difficulty wrote this note; group CURRIERFLORIDA I winding through one of the most picturesque apply at
such numbers off the coast of Greenland I "Dear Wife-Will not dine at home. I t symbolizing! p.iinlesx surgery, a statue parts of Florida. I Point Grove I
of Jackson on one side, a statue of With its ancient dating backto
ruins
that the sea Is at times tinged Have been taken unexpectedly drunk." r forth.ltedlsnd IB-
Elmer Oliver went over to Orlando brown by Its r, i Morton on the other and the inscrip a time when the history of man j I dun KlrcrOranr"rthe 11
presence. -PopulJrJ: lzfnpI I'I'i LANDS
Saturday afternoon expecting to return -f I tion bent'atl1.To Kiiither." runneth not, interlaced with wiresof b..t ta tit
st tGrove
the modern and telephone

today or tomorrow with :Mrs. NEW MMVUAAFLOKIIH: telegraph
its miles of shell streets as iiualed 11 m M
Oliver who has 'been at Orlando .
for from [>ayto
hard and floor and
smooth
as a over N.-
the past seven or eight weeks. : M. LEIDERSDORF the D yto w
NiNVNr..WNNNNN.WNt; arched by hoary forest giants that myrna Ko....
1 Res-dent Agent I
WWWftVAmViYSTATEMENT grew in stately grandeur during the Prices Moderate
Phone 2$ will call for your cleanIng Town and lapse of bygone centuries New ( FERD '
and pressing tf BURNETT.J. OF THE 1 1Merchants' Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANN
and rest
PropertyR. ProprietorSTATIEM1I1
H. :Mirsch.: of the Hirsch & ,
All nature here is very inviting to
Spitz :Manufacturing: company of Atlanta .
. I the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here j I
BankBranch
t Ca.t was a Daytona visitor
S. HALEY I too is to be found the best fishing and
.
r from Friday until Saturday stopping I'
hunting in the state of Florida. f
: over here on his return from a trip
,., S to Cuba in company with a friend. ( of Volusia County Bank) GeneralHardware The people are thrifty, the business i I
,
men enterprising and all unite

Dr. J C Herman. Osteopath, 20 DAYTONA FLORIDA andBuilder's in extending the welcome hand of I J
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Voluai! Ave., Daytona. Phone 40. tf hospitality to strangers. There are I i
.: five church edifices for white people j
Mrs. Fred Stones and little son Supplies, and an equal number for the colored I I
VOLUSIA COUNTY BANK
Maxwell, went to .Titusville Saturday Furniture population; the town has an excellent J
afternoon to spend a week with Mr. and high school. a splendid public ,
Stones parents, Rev. and Mrs Wm.I
library, sad up-to-date business :
Stonea. Mr. Stones expects to Job I: DeLAND, FLORIDA UndertakingNew houses. :
them in TitusviUe: next Friday .
,: oil
SmyrnaTHE There are any number of pretty
Saturday and return with them' As called for by the Comptroller of the State of Florida, at the close of homes for the permanent population f
Sunday. r
which numbers close to 2000. and
0" businessMARCH
k. I some very fine winter residences t
FOR SALE 2 wa1! show cases
7 ft. 6 inches long 1 floor casa, plate : 7 1911. OCEAN{ HOUSE 0 S{ There are where good hotels find and accommodations boardinghouses dlNfW /.
I glass sides and top 5 ft. long at. you can SMYRNA
c F. W. SAMS to meet your requirements. I
Leseene's: Kodak Place. S6-tf :
I :: RESOURCES.Loans i LIABILITIES. PH.PItI I-T.IR: Adjoining New Smyrna is ;as tine a JOHN r M\HMOND
Mrs. Louis Tucker and little daughter : section of vegetable land as can be t'r.lo1..D& .
who were the guests of Mr. and and Discounts $813,095 16 Capital Stock Paid in $100,000 00 Rates: found anywhere. This land has been t.tO L I-.UI.HKlNMftCi rTransacts:
53.00
Mrs. Otto H. Wehner on West Magnolia :I per Day divided into small farms which can
avenue for several days last : Overdrafts 4,820 68 i'' Surplus and Profits 63,276 49 Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Someof General a I;'
week, returned Saturday afternoon Week the finest celery grown in the stateis
to Ormond where they are visiting Banking House and Fix- i L: Deposits 1,138,650 96Total' EXt''IIont: Hunting raised en this land All other vegetables :, Banking;

Mrs. Tucker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. : tures 50,158 37 und FUhliii grow in abundance, and here Business '
Penfield. : NE\V !MMYUXVKLOUIltA: too, is the home of the famous Indian 41'crCent.: tnterest 'r
litpoeitt
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Collection Account 32 06 River oranges. _
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*Kaffee Klatsch and Book Shower : I I
Stocks and Bonds 21.850 00
with silver offering for public library -
at Palmetto club March 23, 2 p. .i IikIIICo.
'm. 86-93-94-95;) Cash and due from Banks 411,971 18 .. .... ... .1 N


The Sans Souci club meeting will Total $1,301,927 45. i I I II $1,301.927 45 | The Joseph Zapf J
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be held at the home of Met.

Coburn instead of Mrs. Water.-on The above statement speaks for itself, showing, as it does resources of : :
Thursday March 23subje; :t. "In- : JACKSONVILLE. FLA. .
dians and Curios." Mrs. Ainsworth ;: more than one million and a quarter of dollars. We realize that the most val- :
and Mrs. Coburn will have charge : Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor
uable asset of a bank is that of public confidence and have furnishedour
we always for :
of the program. Members please respond : house in Florida. Sole distributors

tions. to roll call with Indian quota depositors every safeguard and protection for their funds and we shall con- : Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer :

tinue to do in the future as in the past. .
: Special attention is called to the :
Call at Clark's bock store if you =-
want to see something: "dead: &v.e-T g A. D. McBRIDE J. B. CONRAD F. N. CONRAD F. J. NIVER : MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. .:
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in ladles' fine stationery, just manufactured .
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for the spring trade. New ..55J PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT CASHIER ASST-CASHIER JJtWWWWW ': Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. :

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. THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Peninsula Variety !

Published every evening[ except f JD- J i WE SELL i
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rAthB lay, from December 1 to April 1, by j j !

CO. FLA.
; THE GAZETTE-NEWS DAYTONA BEACH.
.. j Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of :
i Exc. ptu-nil M m-y' iiMValuta
T. E. FITZGERALD. Editor.C. : I InEnamel I : lubricating oils on the market.

i S. HARRIS. City Editor. Ware _
CLOTHING .
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I HARRY L. ROOD Adv. Manager I Japanese China i .

GUO. F CROUCH Superintendent. 1 Li:ezRibbons | : WE REPAIR :

GENTS' FURNISHINGS I Entered as second class matter '; .
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December 1. 1010, at the po",,toffice
I I : Automobiles of;all makes and in any condition. :

at Daytona. Florida, under Act of Opposite webstt is Grocery Store ; .
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I STORES AT I geSE'&taSSF' Daytona Florida. II III ........;;;... .............;. ; .....? .....;...... i. Central Auto Garage. .i


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I CI area d on Garage g REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS BY O: !

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T.Ti : ;thWiil'iir iir'ii l iiiiii ir iiliiiir i l iiw" I
mm IN TRAIN TIMES]
III COAST LINE.Best I: JUST GOSSIP |I: I Use I Ihot

of spending your time sweating over a
: BENEFICIAL[ [ "ERE.I
i Service to the East 3 BY THE GOSSIPER.tall111)IIIIIIIIINIIa1111111111111111111111111t. ? TO BE .
stove these hot days trying to

i Leave Jacksonville\ ............ 750a.m.Arriv .. .... ...... ... .... ... ...... ... .., . .. ... ,I I i get I
I I done time
Palmetto Limited. Hnvaniiah.. . .. ... ." . 11'-'...111. Dayv the family ironing on when
.. Augusta.. . ... . ..... . .. t1.511p.m. The regular nn't'Uut; ui the PUTTING ON OF SHORT RUN
DAILY. Carrying through Coaches, .. ,Charleston . . .. ... .. 4.27 p.m. tona board of trade will lie held in'' you can buy an
I IMchmoiut. . . .... .. .. 4':111 a.nt.Wnhington I
Electric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room .. . . ... ... .. *.m R.OI. the lk.s'11all tonight and th"rt' : WILL GIVE PEOPLE FROM THIS I

Sleepers, Dining Cars. Jacksonville to I "" lln It I n ion- . . .... ... \.11\ 11.111. should be a full turnout of the membership i AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRON
\V. Philadrlphnl..ll."Sa.nt. CHANCE FOR
BETTER
... . VICINITY
Hew York. x New york... .. . . .. 1 SO p.m.IlnllyExtrptSunday. of tha organization. yet I i
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New York and Florida Special. No.4lxnve the tourist season here is in full SEATS. I

Jacksonville................. .... l.li p.m. swing but it will soon begin to ':
train df Lux.'
Description of this p>pulnr Savannah ............. .. ....... :i.'''' p.lIl. I' The of schedule oa the
I change
I This train consUts of Pullman. browing i'liarlfMou......... .............. $.:5 p.m. wane, and this is just the time to
: Room $tute Hoom.curs Hlfjilnjr., hHt MnlnK.Hl It y and htfam.equipped LibraryObservation -. I(Arrive.. Richmond ........................7.Il 10'\a.11I.itshingtun be making plans to make Daytona I'' Florida East Coast railroad: today, by 75I
\\' : .....................10.25a.m.Baltimore .
the hlKh-t-pewl l>rak -s.andis .. jO
t brilliantly with lighted new throughout byl-ctrlc-- ......... .... .........MX! a.m. better and with more attraction for I which trains Xos. 33 and :34, the I .
tty peclal'lights Ix-lng provide for rack "" Vestl'Ittladelphta........... 1.4tip.111.New next season. If you have suggestions $
berth affording perfect comfort In writingor York IVnn. It. H. Palm Beach Limited, are discontinued ; : -
for reading at night. sta.,7th Ave., aid. Mt..... SM p.m. along this line bring them to thej i will be beneficial to the tourists :

Leave Jacksonville ............. 9.15a.m. board of trade meeting tonight.: i
Florida and West Indian Limited. (( Arrive Kavannah.. ............... till! p.m. in this vicinity, who are now making !; '
I Augusta .. ...... .... . ... B.SO p.m. *** i
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches, I Ohurleton. .............. 5.4rt t>.m. I plans to return north. In place of :I
KU-hmoiul . ... . .. ..... 5.10 a.m. Commodore C. G. Hurgoyue Ls a I
.. These the Standard Irons and
' Electric hted Pullman Drawing Room \\8cbln ton....... .. ... 8.*\a.m. man who enjoys a good joke and thee trains a short run train operating are Laundry are
Sleeping Cars Dining Cars. Jacksonville I ".. Baltimore ... ........1(1(1'1".111 ap-I
\. AV. Phlla"I..lphla..l. preciates a good time and all between New Smyrna ant : for sale by
j *o New York. New York . .... ... . J.5\p.m '
but the situation in which he found '
I Jacksonville will be run and because .!

Coast Line Florida Mail. Leave Jacksonville\ .. ........... 1. '} p.m. himself last Friday evening, su I' Arrive +HaVHnna.. .... .. . .... ..IS OS a.m.f" I a' bunch of TJ; of ; of its being a shorter run there wi I :I
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DAILY. Through Coaches i'harlebton &4f 11.111.Richmond '
Carrying Room .. . . ...... tt.mp.iu.' I hie friend, and the idea of havingto be more probability of its being somewhere : : The Schantz Electric Ices
ad Electric-Lighted Drawing W-ishliiKton. . .. ... ... ..ll O p.m. ,
Seeping Cars. Jacksonville to New York I .... B,It IIII(>r.-. .. ... .... I.II 1t.1II. accept as a present a beautiful oil near on time. :
at Meal Hl tlOIlIi. i l .. Philadelphia. .... 3.40a.m. painting worth a bucketfull of plunks will from XeI I
Stops The new train start
\ New York . ............. 7.1:5 u.in. ; I
local Sleeper Jacksonville to Sa annah. he was up against it and couldn't say I Ianything and Water Co.
1 o'clockand
Smyrna every afternoon at :I I
Best Trains but "Thanks, boil have
III to the West. I ; ; will carry chair cans and coach'- .
something" That was enough to 4...............................0.....................
Accommodate the travel.
Nt'. at8,161pm I tiii.Itl I NIi... I understand be appreciattd, thf :gift; enough
No 1% South AUntie Limited ::2t: MoottoverY Route 5.1111.115 The first stop will be at Daytona and
I and everybody was happy. '
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a.-surances are given by the ra 1'0.1 i
\ I.,.. . Jueksaulllr\ Ar 1t.iSpw! 011: poi 11.\' .1:1: .k.ont tile....\r 7.:+111111v :.. I IAn that a sufficient number I" :....HCNI....................................,........
.. . .. . company
.lltamr. -\tI..nht. I.el0.Pip11t : :+luw tr }Iontcoulrry I. 11..filll'I" '
'.fO pm "r ..ta.ul.Vlib'. )., K.uum I'.III'III "Ar Hirmlngl"tI; 1.\ ."II"" attempt to play a "funny" joke:; coaches will be carried to furs>li (
1.06alllr IIIIi111utialliY..I.r 4.111/111I ;. 'II'III Ar :'\11..11111..' I., M. taul :
by means of an advertisement inserted :
8.6plllr.. .'Irtrlnu1111 . .1.\' 4.11111111' : iuuttilie.. iv 3.i )Lull seats for all travelers.
1'.10alll Ar..Chlciigo..1.1. ":JlII.1II J 1.1.Innl.\r:. : ::: I: sa.lout. .:: I.v.: s.I1lplt1: in the Daily Nevlaj I t Week i I Any kind: of relief!: from the t:ouu :- I Magnificent Trains I

lI 'III\III.\r I. ./'hicao..1.1 _tI.Ilfm! I came near resaltins in the issuing of j toots: which: liav ,'xstt: :- during tlipast 4 4

a warrant for the man in Uaytoua' IVA weeks, \\\.l I be :
\: a-ceptab'v: t.
"Florida Limited""Southern's
No. 91. I Dille Flyer Route No tl.1. No. 4Seminole: i Limited0.. IJ< +
-,------ J.I leach" who pen'"rated tht- alefied ; the traveling! i>.il):lii-, anilveil t1" '' O; Southeastern Limited""JacksonvilleAtlanta I

.. . "joke, and his consequent arre.-vt. "I! ht-nt clfcrt on Iltti'a it of ti:
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8.1 pili 11.liI I'm 1.1' .lark"ontiii.fl \r 7)111i41.4)pm .
10.26plll Ar.. ...\\ I, l.ro-, .1.1 .Sr4). a utT11a1U \1' . \\'II_ 'rt Lt :..'1\1111I I The iiii erting of tha: adwr' *fiueutturn ra.lr..iid J o: ,: V i. . "ii'u.U < ;i Special""Florida I
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.. . ... d lilt to be not much 1d'a jok<- b.- Special"SOUTHERN
8.41) p11'r. K II lI' Ill l l'' Lt a.i;: 11111L41atu ;am1 Itlrlnmgham I. 1.1\11'11I .ti'p'U.i. : I
\r.. . 1111111gu I 1.1, .u.:+/pnl 11.1..ldl'"I.\r . ..('10"11::" I.t 1"1: by tli- timt the man had fini>hrd
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*)am \r..1. I.hul. :) I'm' : 11I1II \r '1. I./.111 I.t II."" ) 11III ,
I ,. making aitoIoK'ies>> : and settlement. | 4
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For Rates Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or Write---I and it'a cinch bet he wo't: tempt 'L LUBES' mm CIRCLE : RAILWY.I'illlu II

A. W. FRITOT. Division Pass. A@t. W. D. STARK. Traveling Pass Afit. I any more such "jokes." The L ai y : i.i:. I

118 WEST BAY STREET - - - JACKSONVILLE, FLA. News like all reliable newspapers I [NJOA\ QUILTL\6\ BEE. i - - I IFLORIDA
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tuakt every effort to protect its sub'xribers
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.+....................................................1. its patrons and itself by absolutely ,! 4 West and. Northwest. LIMITED.Washington. i
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verifying everything tha'
STEAMER NOVEL ENTERTAINMENT OF : New York and the Catl.l.v I
i ii into its columns, but in this :iiisUince
gotvt Jacksonville. ;-.IUt. in. '
Cherokee Tomoka I River i the fake advertisement was MEMBERS SATURDAY EVEN- J Ar Atlanta ... ..5.00 p. ut. Lv at"k:'<'II\tlh' y.
: taken over the telephone at a la'e .\ rtattanooj'a.,:: .. u.3> p. lu. Lv Savannah l.IOii. :: I'I'r
I Flilt I hour ING BY MRS. H. Y. STILLMAN J Ar I'inoinnhti. . .....>.Oil a. in. Lv Columbia .WI"j n
in the
day and came in such away I Ar I-ouisville . .. ... .....:.40 a. m. Ar XVajhuijstou ....')3 a. n. i:1r I
: DAILY EXCEPT ::1 tht'l"t'H.f'I not sufficient time to AT BEACH STREET HOME. :| Cliicao; .. ..... .. ....5.25' p. m.r italtiniorc 10.0 a ': I
SUNDAY. \e-rify it beiore the paper went topress I Ar Cleveland .. ..... .3.15 p. in Ar 1'hilnciflphia 1J.2.1: p ?'.
.. lu this case:: the man was let Mrs. II. 1". Stillinan entertaine:: i < Ar Detroit .. ". .........UJOp.m.r Xw York .'.31 p 1:1 i

The largest; fastest and only boat stopping at the off with profuse apologies and was the welllbt'l-g of the I.al"t) lit';tdln:, 4 -- --- - i I

. .* upper cabin. thankful! to e-e3 without having to Circle at an old fcu>h.(>i.fd qii.liin-: : : | lDA-- LIMITED. JACKSO.NV1LLE-AILAMA I I

bee Saturday evening a: her hum <>.t j
.1, answer to the ('OUMS.ICHARLESTO West and Northwest. SPECIAL. ,
, North B. u.-Iu *sM-el.: :Six oV.iKli i | :
Between JacfcMariKe M A&itj
t First-class Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin. .1 vvti.- .-et'u.-tl.! tin-: t I ilie! > Iv-iaj:: ;: !" i iwiih , 41 l.v J.ii-k-on\nle.: .. vt,>I.I p. in.Ar I
GARDENS y .. . ..._" .... .". ,
........+......+.......+........._..........+. ..**..*.*. ,I OPEN TO THE PUEUC.I .. ti-iLjit. .4 \ ..tll'-. Tn.. .- ,t. .' A 0 'Xt'.intjt':i:ville . -.551' 0' a.. na ArXIn.I.J.tfk mi>tn\ :! > -t.;fi o p,t iAr I
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<. '''I'I '!'. .! .!' 'I!'. .! ,., ---- I .\1' i.ininti" . . ... >.35 p. m.r Atlanta 7' i" ..
!'I'I! !'! ! :: ""l"urni trout the north who are : kiul.and! i.t. > i Ar I !I.;.-:tY11 .. . .. ........ ;..&5 a. nu.Ai -- J

Steamers U.S.A. .: ,,tu!: !;:; to, tart north alter the fiat Tlit" ,.ttuiu, a , d'. lJ f I'! t., I Ih i-tr..it . .... ...3O a. m. AstJtrille.S CAr I

' i Louisville !, <-i 1 \1| til .11.<1 cent in:u;? at. the:h.-ish; iii.rt, -.. ; .< .-, t.d! -iin---. ,- kit'I.i i. I 1rI: ngham .......12.15 noun Jacksonville tl i J
AND i : ,.. ..... a Vr l\tnsts: I'ity. . ..JO.:!!) a. m. \Asheville Ii a. tl.1r I
tlnvi' week
tol"! : or four Thte gar- : tit !I: : t 1 I.: ;p.IL.! : d:1

i Constitution : d> I. vv.th theirvoi.tlt Azalias *.>,..-. .trtivlt-! ., in" .1:11:! I 'I) l.ty !..-<.t il c d| *Ii1 I; r.il IurIdoSprinlgs.'i.15; a. m. Ar t'iiifinrnti "' :i n. S.:

andNash.ville .j I .1 tat oll-er tlowt-rs, ate .->:ad to le th- \1-! .--. S-ili..i; ; .1: ,1 !:1 i i- ': - |! : l .liiit I* irnln-uuNI|. ru.I.ctr'i! ... .,
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are now running betweenDAYTONA I ::1.,1 wonderfully beautiful! in the The! '1 :: t. aI''I' : d! tti is !." . a I : I It.M.ii! xl. i'rl| : !
II m' Tl KKT iKKfK| : N". i-s \\ h xl, Itl ..r. ICI KN I- tF
Railroad I world ald in the have t't'itt,1'td ... ,
itlg .
past attracted \\ :1'j; :.k ''I: : I I' '.ru' lb : 'II.tinll I I.a'n: .n

and I much attention. Cut for the fact that ': 'velvet bt: -lag: toadu;> !Ity \I: .... s i'. =: R. B.: CREAGH.: Trav. Pass. A$;., G R PETTIT D P A I

-= they are privately: owned by wealthy'Stillmati, and! many: |11:"'-i-t- !!u:. : Hotel Despland. Daytona Fla Jacksonville FU
I CL PALM BEACH people, and for that ,. I JNO. L. MEEK, A. G. P A. Atlanta. Ga
i reason are trot i icontribut by nie4iibei> (Ij'I rii! !It"I'-' I I I

Montgomery Route.Lv t ----- advertised; they, no doubt would bet 1 ing Circle. Irs.. :S. P. :St.llmii, : \I-ItViu. I -
I : ; :I the most ceU&rati-d gardens in the ,, Ronald! and ili>. W'. I.. t'< i-k *....................................................

Jack On'llle..C L..15 pm ; Leaving Daytona Saturdays and world. The owners, however, this the ,
at were guests for eveinisu: T'I. !I. _
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Birmingham : :: pm Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. season of the year, in order that oth- !' dies were all in c-oatumess ,,: > ,. 11:01: i i r.tiWtW. r.
I Lv :Nashville . . ...... 7.53 pm bound South.
era may share their pleasure, have .
Ar St Louis, 1.. i X . 7 40 am i. I t .-
the
I Ii opened gardens to the public. At
Leaving Palm Beach I
i Saturdays present there is:: a steamer making | 'Sunday Xe\\, Charlt.S! r'

Dixie Flyer Route.Lv I and Tuesdays at 9:00: a. m. daily trips from Charleston to the I musical crilii."I! : hah.- .11',1 .1.1, I

bound North. Magnolia gardens and the ext uusloa: the singer- ni \* w Tt.rk "*!i-ri: ; ; .-teasou. STEAMER SWANLENGTH
I JlLd..50tl"illt'.c.l..... S.:!.') : i
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pm v Prill"i"H'_. 1 .t.rk iota going north will have the opportunity with the exec.>' .ii. ( .; ' I 1
Lv Chattanooga: ..1137 am '! to stop off and \'i-t: the: gar Sidney Wondward ex r-: '.. :n., .-. '] I

Ar Chicago ... .. 6I; amSouth dens. At the new:: laytona th! .::... _i.- 150 FEET 281 TONS
M.-IIII. r 1) nublir !6711 I'axtona for Kt. i I
.tuu.1In.- .ill -da.Thur.dot-dud: ..
Suit.
i u rda> a I .> a. III. With! excellent accoir.uiod.itions: anJ -..tn.'t', felectricity
Atlantic Limited. 1..1 Au.u-tini-..r \'..1.IlIlIa (in I > i
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tli.odV. In. .dot1)J FrJ'at. .a.w. I : and capacity tot xt> cabin rJ.\: ..e ;j.
Tld.t"II: )U.ai.lt I ,-.. ., F. E. C. 1'11111 I : 'l'AILI
Lv Jacksonville! .\.<.'. L... S.lpm i ----i. E is now being operated betweenDAYTONA

Lv Knoxville, L. ,&: N.....12.20pm ; McCOY BROTHERS : t, EFFECT;: J.-\'L\R\ .. IV" i i.1t [ j

Ar Cincinnati .. .... ...... S 43 pm) .
-- Mi KtHNIt-U; ). \I' 1,1. '''':111 11..i, 't. 1:1: '
.I Ar irand Ihipids.. .. .... 6.15 am ': -- = i and I

Ar Louisville .. ... ... SAl pin .s Seminole :a7 s7 ;' UU a.1 .1) au a.. sari rv :us"

I Ar Indianapolis..... ........ 1.03am Limited :

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: ::q 1& ::111 1 *'t to 1"11 lu :im St. -\UilUUIAC '. .,1' ,\ .. !J' :! "'3!1' : :. '. II
Three first-class Electric Lighted Electric Lighted Throughout. I:_ .-a: : 4:1' 1 a :sip l:: :11'" : :'I' Urmond:1.; : : '. II 1 I'" : =
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i Train$. Berth Lights, Dining! Carson :: :.", ,.i;, : t\ 1..1' i Ip, 1. 17" Ilockttdjt:: !.. ."!1. I 17.., I'." :. : .i. +
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each train, a la Carte. 7 1.1 !: rat: 1 I:! .:::t. 7. ..:q., : =''11 \\ .Pal IBu.b:: 7 tat 1.:.. : ";'.1 :. .. t ;I'
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i Louisville $ .Nashville R. R. j This schedule is published as a matter .'f news 1i reader ,'I I :: ;Intermediate Points through the PI.-. l.t t t I.

4j1ROP0 I the Dally, Ncws and not as anadvcrtisenient. i : and Indian Kivtr Kv .. v
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k: T. B. WALKER, Fla. Pass. Agt. I I, ,, Leave Daytona Thursdays 8 (nu' a m i

113 W Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla. ; CHICAGO SI. [LOUIS -' !i I I Leave Palm Beach Mondays S tV/ ar :

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I1a.eesar,r.1.rrrol.1.r.rNO .. , : BOND LUMBER 1 fK fft.iE1'! 1\tI -I! \ I ik. ,'\.' t' ..
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K.H. :d.! I'- \ :t. l.- .n\ ] r. : R. MALBY Manager. i
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HOTEL DESPLAND I "Early last we+>k a can\' ..; 'er: a''r! <, : HOTEL CLARENDON i iI

NEWS OF THE HOTELSR ing hjnt-Lf: to be a ,;ale;:man ::11 rhI

Employ, of the Co-operam Publishing '. -"" i
i Daytona, Florida SEABREEZE
i j coiiuarj! of New York. Chua.ro a d I FLORIDA :

NOW OPEN e San Fr.inc-s carried away ts, ". foi I

.' i J: : "im as the r 'sti't! ot *- :!t aT\a': i : s at the City hovel :!r !? 1r Absolutely
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.' L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. i:" L .\ L: u.k. ('h! !18 II Jo-dan. fhI :. .!\ tic'fc h :i*. solicitn: :'inr.it ,) 'f. #'" _... .......... .... .
oor' the L'e-arr: : Diet, ("o 1: r, ... .! f 4t. tt:" : ::.. .. f. I
0 4 < !It. \\ 1 1'i.ift: MontgoL-'n. .\Ia. ... I. ':i C-_ :. J. 'reproo.
d cater: pubU..tio.8.: II. w'-, f
Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all ; J F M I<,'!'ioro. Cl-\e'anJ:: O. M M I -' '
t"'-1k.sped:: with an o liL' of -imi! 1,' v t ,
Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern : .'di-,. n, .J I S T\ on. A S Imlack.! .j : ; y. w Open :
P." a.iuus; n': :.: !h \' ': d ."d- tJ
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.J 1<: _k,tuvi.it?, RVhy.e, Ft Pierce N ., _.., __ .' . .
Convenience. Send for Booklet. ; 'r ber*" He a-k, d t::.",> fli' on i iar v. -.\: .. .......... .
t : O Penney, ,Vero Fla.
CONCERTS ; >*- sub. 1.1\ :< n 'II any of: thO' i t'I": : Booking Ofiices' :
.: DAILY. Sea breeze Florida E L. POTTER. ,
1.::rt:era carried! and 1eel! President
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t Summer Address ATLANTIC HOUSE Narrnfiin>- tt P,.'r. htloti' Niantl i: \ Mr JIr and and Mrs Mrs C H\V Clarke S Barrows Elizabeth, St ; :euiiuru ttnoluu..' & fli' .ti:: I.lrd! :. Hotel 1180 Broadway Blackstone New Chicago York K S KENNEY:: Manager .: .

s0...N0/..................O+..NN0NNNNNN Paul, A Jergens ,I oik.., or a world atl I h and d: t ":.- ,/t*t Mr. Foster r
and wife, Cincin- !.. ..!.!.. ......! ! ............................
;: arj Letore leaving lu. cau.tI: : : .
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: H Finch, I H Oppenbeini, Atlanta j,.

O.N.N.-O.N........-NN NN NN....... Mr and Mrs Hills Amherst ha;H secured:: a large number ". tA@OOdO0...0 .. 0. .00. r0 11

i Iat'.s.Ir: and Mrs F E Xiel on and i!,: d"rs all paid m advance. St T Located.i.I: the Most Beautiful '
: Collyerj i I "Subscri rs were further :i--ui tl 1 1a j
daughter St Louis o
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THE RIDGEWOODE. Mary I j i I inn Spot cn the Halifax River.. ... 1
0 Sarah J Collyer I>)ston, are among week later by receivin.t a I'" ra.z; _

the recent arrivals at the RidgewoodMrs. ), card from Jacksonville, sinned l C. U'. JOHN J. McGUIRE Proprietor

I D. LANGWORTHY. Proprietor. i ii r i Brown, sate manager a'kno'wh. \is:. I TirC INVITE INSPECTION Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath! No better wJ
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I. h.elSle and party of PittsburE;. 1 ing th" order and advising: thn .-.,!i'j! J i| florida. Table of the best of everything in season Terms as reasonable as I J JI

NOW OPEN.I t Pa., are guess of the \ViIlmer hotel serber that: the same oud: le f::l I'dwsci I | the service will permit, given on application Dec 1st to May 1st Phone No, 112

i e on South Pii'meito avenue. The party -, : :D a month. One subscribe r u :'>- .....CMOO.S..O..eeec 4.G ..Oe.900..000OONS.

armed in this city Thursday night a trifle suspicion and tommun: 'it.il
: All departments will be managed by white Northern
help, I and Mrs Kensie says that when !,1} with the Literary Digest, s'ekn.fl-: : '...NO.0.Q.NN S....c.a>>...........................

i selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white they patted through Washin, ton. I.I i formation as to the rfspo'.siUi: : i"i' i .
: THE BENNETT :
help used throughout the house. The table will be ,,-'., a blizzarda preauiCK of sach (:'the alleged:: Cooperarin1'UJpan: \'. \ 1

; supplied I .nttisity that p Ojile arriving! there Li--t night a telegram wa rat.. i isrd l i 9 I>.\"TO"Fr.Ollt. ...\'. J
all the delicacies of the : NW; .'I.| II ''I"I, 'oj"I n-11 I ,.,,'. T I II' ., \ H ',.J t I 10
: with season, cooked and served by the troth }'loridat're afraid to venture| from the Periodical Publ..he:e' ,\*'t.ci.ttlon >- ,. I. ... "1"" " ....11 I' !I.. !" ,' ,__ ." !1" *

: finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, out in the liht- clothing tbxy were ] : of America stati.g: that the :Illlll,1111'I', ',-I!,',: I: .,t'I;I I It ,ur.l'tl' : 1,1'I;::,:I.I.II:. N I'll I I';l\ :, I II! .I: 'I 1"-: i\ 'I, :;I." I(,. \;'. I' : .. ,* ,/

Wt ariit.!i She pas: told that it wasj I aEeged! company is unknown ::11 \..w 'n- -"III! ,. _,11": _. If"1 l i i. I [I"1'" .

: Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House Shelter Island N Y. t one of the worst blizzards the city: I I York and adMjing that the 1Il1.t'l". i I!J Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages, Marblebead Massachusetts J

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II "The ag-nt may st::II be s.'rknZ,
New arrivals ONOO9 I ,0.000.OOO Sot 0 0005 00o0 0 f 000090.c..S SON ON.NS0
at the Despland are towns in the tate and it will I.J. ad- I

.......Ie1.II.I.I.IeI............................... lOll Creamer, Irvington, x JIr and I visible for the tate prtti to cauti n :I I II I
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Mrs G R Shaw, Columbus, 0, Mrs \Vii their readers' The alleged saltmats PROSPECT ;

5 THE PRINCE GEORGE : Horn-, RoLt E"oodson, :\1'*>s, gave the name of \ R- \\alky, !but : _
109 South Kidgcwocd Ave. I
DAYTONA, FLORIDA : Louise L Quinelte St Louis! I L ma> change :it in ea'h new !local t::." :
: 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. ktatioo and Post-office. I
t I: Dean and wife, JV Pavntar. Xew __ I Steam Heat.
: Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors J
York Arthur C. Cowan, Kansas City, .fis Mr. Foster I t
i iI r P. J. DOYLE Proprietor.
WILL REMAIN :Mrs J J Clear, T F Andrew, Chicago i
: OPEN UNTIL MAY 1st. EXCURSION .......................I.........................
G L AtkiiMs, Jacksonville, Gee

S Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. Nash, Monesstn, Pa, X U Green Xar- .....................................................
: Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. rapen ett Pit>r\1, :: Ycrrker and .

: Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : wife, L'es ": ::"'.., l.i J CoCh .'':; I HOTEL SENECA JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA., I,
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BUSINESS i i.KSH':H I 11'\I MM i s'rN: HTn J
White Help in Dinind Room. :cage. .
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Palm The Beach Prlnct'boats.Gt.orgt'Particulars PlerlttLronry with plruturr landing: in lajtonu for It.Acgu'2tnrnrdU I I CHICAGO GLEE CLUB COHAS : Albert Bennett Proprietor C. R. Bcnuett: MaiiagcrNK. : i iA

t1ROING. : ":U(". for :Sl"'. I'. owl"1 Ki in 'nn. \\' it. r. ..t'.in II. nl al.'t. I 1''.'.".' in I-.,. i' :

: Same Management as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N J. FIFTH LYCEUM MHBER. : Ito rig. \\ Jut> .....r\i"' *. Thn'l(i.txiiit! /1K.. Mr. Foster :

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PLEASING ENTERTAINMENT SEVERAL LOCAL IMS .
H. MANWILLER Proprietor
............I.I.1.....................................: I I I WILL BE RENDERED IN THE : NEW SEASIDE INN DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA :

. : HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM TOMORROW TO BID m'[ BOUS.Ci : Thi..Tlcw.lld..cc..1! ',11':1-: 1 !Vul !I.., !n st! l'ct: ::1 tnLir i '! .'J ai>.' Ita: u, -!uloi .,! :

S THE NEW GABLES : tot. ,* .,\"IJ I9lo. 11 1,. ii.<- -' t'!.>. .p'.n'' '..:.'. ." II i, .N ', j f..r'rt' .. :

j: EVENING. I furnace; He.it Hi.t .1,1 L:,.M I: IIh: b.i dl.>. inJ 1..1": I I.x'!, gall:1 f I.. .
: COY SRCTriE, L. E. ELLEN
i Fla. I Rates 2.50 per Day and Upward: \.emly Rales on Application :
Daytona : i'ht'I nub number of the popularvtaui ... .
'I ALLY '" : \ -- U'I I I' I 1 !lif\i \I 1 '''I I' , N .
WOOD: AND C. F. BURGMAN
r' e <+r NEW HOUSE, CENTRALLY :\ couroe" be the entertainment .
EVERY MOD. : ...................... ............................. .
: LOCATED : y the Chicago glee; club. which pill:
ERN CONVENIENCE AND TO HAVE NEW COATS I IN OPER
U t U[ -,i-ivea tomorrow evening i in the .O..a.+G.a..ti...1Ce.t1.0.0.......N....a....
COMFORT. .. .. .. .
I Ii'- iihool audito:ium. Of the C'hicau ATI ON NEXT SEASON. .

E Steam Heat Throughout ;: ; -.ft? dub't'otertainment u .Ati '4 "The; Ivy Lane "
rl .ua recently:: the Constitution of That tI''t'I'i : rt'n i.:- I b'. 'nat i .- nn :

: t S. H. MOSELEY 11.11 i >t city ;:aye: I : tit:, ltal: : '" 's _!I.1 i p ddt'ntl ;.'\ A High; Grade House. catering to he( most pi.rl.cu-lji prt.ie Cettial locationSJ :
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.ate j 111" d Proprietor. .I 1'o aii au.llt'I1l't'! of o\er ;;.ooo en: '\': hy tLr t.n i "t ; at '!"I.-I+ : .OC and $4.00 per das $17.50 a nd gher per week ;
1'1I..1I-I ) I'd I !I-Lout,
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....1"1.. N. \ d'III1 I -, -llllllll 1 Ol :!'i..:atc: people the Chicago glee thre partite! now el1gl: -' d! :n t .I i iton't "r'. e Open November to May. WM W. FOLTZ, Proprietor :
n t.ll.S ; ,'.:i.j.dig and played at the auditor-i .
ululating! th- ,'u. -' ut..rn:i < I ./Itti. Mr. KoMer999999999999999999999999999999999999M99999999999999 2.N
,/s\ Mr. Foster o; ,i'M last night. They fully measured
new boats for ni s"a.i,"I'i . ....Ss ..... .....N..........0.............010..
the good bad
: I ui to many things that
IIIOI...I.I.I.I.ISISI.I.........................I.II* IK.tn aid and tviKcted of them. The McCoy Bmthe-s >ay !they '.\.J.i

iin .ie audience expressed their: ape build this uiLUier at I I',IIy I I1! :1:i .t< t

:.....I01.IIISIIOI.I.I.I.I............I.I.I....Ia...: I 1 :'oval with aiUvli hand-iLtppin and .- ., t THE SE'JILLE1GREATLY U I'l'KU11't ,' .'
I *>Ur hip to t'n tt'an" -> < I'.i: i ,.,
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I i lon: and I". S. A., ;i-; tli ,x" f nd ;Lr.r:t
THE HAMILTON : The club sang a nui&taned pro- t ENLARGED SINCE LAS I Sr \SON '
long that th: < t f
U I tram ranging all the way from grand experience : t\ii.
: Surrouudcd bv Spit ious Grounds. III the most dclll;!ht'I.1 1 \I.t' t i"' t n.\! v.
: ci>era to the luUabys. Many of their boat is beM t>uit Hl to ill.I: wa t", v > i The t ucsts receive the test the markets aflerd in, the Jill,III;' n'on .w,1: leueoniiort :
: New and First Class : .
: "-.out;:.-, were simple! yet vibrant with the Ea-t ('oat. Th.. I\\ butt '.\ : : and touvtuienet that a *cll n.
S '-- i uaUdy and tendernes3: ; plain >'e: be the> hd : .................... .... .... ..
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tremug the spirit of sunshoirelaud :

S Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells : I fch; .idi vTheir work on tb- tog." the. ':' xv : I h, th.t'I >>. \ ,."'d!
tit :i'!,t'1 .-, !ii I 0\ql! a woe,; alt/puiat'! .j, ,,! :I ': "f : l '1..1,1 '. I"" .

Elegant Rooms \\ith ithout Baths S M.. tltv.. '.v ;i. ;h i \\ :..- t'rH'/.d! time al.J: !tt. L. E.: L'i: tt d t' i e' ,I I'e II : The Cleveland.1 : \ .;,1 ' :

.t_.t.ii. I :''!...! r.. ...'!d'! ..:''abu, ".itV :. , ,1".1 ,>t ,., "..1\1,'" ,,,'p', ', ''''''.> .," ''! Lbs J. SIMPSON' ['ry,. )
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MRS. I. MABBE'ITE I'E, ProprietorPalmetto : : .,.\t.J I .:-.1 e..d i .,'U ''l p'ai ,.' r.i. .. '\ n 'i''I'I.. !:" I. ,.,

.. !b' :I. II|.,::1 I- !"I.. I"" '. -ones' eeasearawwtevata eae.'Naassws c ii.. -
1.t"u th 1.1:'- at d.t : .1.I \\ 1'u.1.1 i it : t :.1' l r : I 1"- .

: Avenue ../f$.'( Mr. Foster U.YY'TUFLUhIU.1 : . 1t'"d :IL1 I 1 It'II'I'.d! a tI"l lt a \tX I'. '" I ,. 'I"i i ::1|, II T'I :' !

t t.lr' jot .I: .t! li. II. Heir: .k '; t.nmuollt ,. ,'. ., ., THE AUSTINOVERLOOMNG I _.
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tv, I I.(in -,n' ',. _r.i !1'1--- ; THE HALIFAX LA1 i:1* t t L' Hrt': \ | 1 1G.
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.1...................................1.1.....i.1.1.1.. I'' j" ,1.1.(01"t.t. and t.i:'U member loot be.mi .i!loti I prop"II'i 1 d! y i j jh Vv S\. AS I'nO.'i i d v t : t

!jncvtU t. :: ::1 i .MI! art:-t ot the fi:'s>t ( repow'i' Maiida: II 1 i *. v! 'I'", Electric L:fihls and Call Bells. Sleam He.it Hutrod: C, J, Sa'e' j jtt '
SCHMIDT'S HOTEL rank
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Brother s t!"! muu.n .. d.I': : + 0 ttf..S0............... N.NO.. o ...4.N.ONtS54'
"Tilt. H.ulagt'lIi.'ut fi theuditori-
tU Schmidt Proprietor, Daytona, Florida : ",4 im tua" LUIK w 11 i iui Iir '! .t t 1
Henry uu oiiae' gas <' : Situated on the bank of the Halifax: River. one mile ircm Atlantic : -:dtHr\ hav':i:% (.fl"I'.d! *>:Rtt! an at- ,on the boat and .e.: iWI"i ;rr i..\ "y.I :) .N eeM............ ...0.....HHoe....i...N0...
Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms made for the:: cult't: ; .n-1 1 :. . ,,- a
are large, airy, and nearly all have sunny exposure The cuisine and ->cr S I:att.: :ve 1 ;'(';: i rain, :ent-e of I'a.it'n'rig.i It ->;t d .. : tit\ h S. 1) I l l \\ tit I N l I b I I

: vice is admirable. Rates, $3.00 per day and ur. Special rates: kr ion ilits! : --- uniform rate ('f '," p. i'w 'Jl 'i". I THE PINES 1'rt i ririn; ? ii

.. on application. UI \I\ OLD m t is mmON [ charged fo1tin- Te.ltl"kol l t'.xu "r' I' I:, An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct I. j jI I

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.MM! i T CITY PEOPLE. :',uth\' Id.:1:! l t., :<1 .t r.-i. t' '.. ..,' (>! 338 South Ridgewood i Avenue, DAYTONA FLORIDA I
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SOLICITOR GETS THE 1 .''I t to _*'111) pi-+fH:...I IA '' :' 'b.. .. 9....................MM..eH..NOOOC..oeThe.
SMOOTH
113 Soutb Rid ewood Avenue
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: THE MAGNOLIA t; :\' 'Ilr'on: ltU-'II': -. .IT..I 1 t., .M.01'| .. .

: LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. : MONEY FOR MAGAZINES AND b.. |111't.l t. t! .v li a:1:1 11.//' I" : --- 1 - -

: Fresh milk, vegetables and fruit on the place Furnace heat. RATES: S2.CO per : THEN DEPARTS FOR GREENER ;"I.'t- ..r i: II I 1':1,1'': : t 1.-. -.. : '1' :' "".- WillmerN i I The OSBORNE

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FIELDS. r' .. tl. .::.\ "r: ..1:1": : \ I . t It'' '\ \ ,. A .'\l.t'K\t' PKoi -' ( a

p .Rrk Mr. Foster MRS. CELESTE RINKS Proprietress. :. \. l'.nt./t-d !by -., .1 II i,,' - .1' r- !,' i ,. ... C\)111'I.t 'e rC ...a I 'nh On"I. M .1./! i V._ .' >..t I ,., ,

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312 So Palmetto J Ave Daytona. Fla -
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: THE IMPROVED : QUISISANA SPA AND HOTEL ....................................................
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CITY HOTEL; The Lake Helen Fla. :
GRFEN COVE SPRINGS: FLORIDA : HARLAN THE PINES I' ;

& DAYTONA. FLORIDA. Th'rty Miles South of Jacksonville: The Oldest Vvatcr ug P1!.ice" II, F'or' .Ja : /.

: American Plaa Always New Ownership and Management!; : l ' .' j
: open HOTEL .:;:. :: : :
Renovated and Enlarged Good Service .. .. .

:. Management H. C. F. DOHMTHE .: BATHS '.,I':'?. ;,:,',',,: I;v:.';, ""J, I .. : : .. .

..............1N..........0.0k0.....0..1..'0...0... GOLF ,. . ., r. ',s....'. :',.':.." :::,: ,' ,':;.'. : Ij Mr. Foster Mr. and Mrs Kou.ni Abi jm P, > :

SAMUEL H. GKOSER, Manage! :. ........................ii+.......1............ ... t.WEea
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,/ltlr.. : Foster

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Well Known and Popular DA\1'O\\. FLORID ROCKLEDGE' FLORIDA Hu.e: 'oJian River Co ; Pi J y rMtK I' ", \I't'. % I '' '11-. ,I'

i Overlooking" Beautiful Halifax RiverA : \, ',' _'''S.. A , ',:I 1., .1' : I
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: Homelike aud ComiortahU Hou-x. r d..t' cia>> 1.1 all K->i i.: >. : ,' I' \ 'I'' Ii; nr! t.'. ..t. ." -\11 i I ">.ll'I'I'I I I ll..KMM. I ( )
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Ii ""' ,; ...... :'' ST. PATRICK ENTERTAINMENT
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: !.:: m> IDIQ. ..:.:, AT KINGSTON FRIDAY NIGHT i iI I .if Daytona '
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\Q!i You the Halifax
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DAYTONA ST. PATRICK'S DAY BY SOCIAL: : Absolute sanitation; trJOrmond
1 EABREEZE and DAYTONA I' I ,*vatlon 1s su-
S BEACH two enterprising and M. E.: <
CHAS. F. OF KINGSTON
LEAGUE "' nail Ideal (or
I progressive towns on the Halifax
In
BEACH Confidence ..t T homes. A
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BUROMANTHE Peninsula are geographicallyone
CHURCH. ., ,
bridge con-
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as w lrire,
Ii although incorporated separate
PHARMACYJames '
tt Orraond with 0\1' that boow
The towns i'O&f
municipalities. parallel time was enjoyed at 'our.- Mu.kalti.
A pleasant
.tond B-ach.
the peninsula north and south I Yourself. l'lug hour a .
REAL for a distance of from three and one F. Dobbin I: Kingston Friday night: of last: Heelby ,. I Many flue homes I not now,rtopp ILO
Proprietor '' maintained on..ttu .u.t arro. IiM .:
e
I half to four miles and extend east I St. Patrick's . I .
ESTATE oi DAYTONA BEACH those attending the i. CLIFFORD B. HARMON. Aviator. ; T ride of th" .t BHtTTUS IS: .
and west from the surging seas J > By eOL
the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything Usually entertainment given by the Social! :\-r,most of them I ButiIL
MAN Carried In a First I .'rounded by ubroplcul -
River, the beautiful tide water: Class Drug Store League of the M. E. church of that flora and
FOR stream that sets them apart from who believe that it is possible to learn the -
Prescription HERE arC besides "
which they have close Our place at the parsonage.The people !hrubbery. ( -\LLO
with I
Daytona Is Com .
SEABREEZEEMANS communion by means of three Department plete In everyRespect I entertainment was opened with C knack of flying as easily as you can cultivate a bad habit.Assuming nrirty\ .r citrus orange roll and'tn "K WRITE TO
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OPERA HOUSE bridges, as well as a half-hour ferry ,prayer by Rev. Thos. R. Adams pastor you want to indulge in aeroplane sport, assure tree. MACON
service. 'Phone 193BRANCH who also ;a I
I of the church gave Ormond has many
Pbemt in Seabreeze summer and Daytona and winter Beach are resorts abort address preceding a'ery interesting yourself of one cardinal quality. Be absolutely certain ..sttractionlexcel.. .

essentially and are making hundreds of program of vocal and in that you have perfect confidence in your ability to fly an aero- : at automoblilng.vwd THORN1ONORMOND t
tare
>> fishing
new friends every year among those strumental music recitations, etc.,
SONNTAG the discomfort. plane. Ry confidence I do not mean courage. :outing and manypleasant
who desire to escape &: the first number being an instrumental .
drlTes.At
extremes of heat and cold and the to make a lone charge against a : IF I r ANY' SAT
ing
and boarding housesare NICHOLSONFEED piece by Miss Pelton followed bya Many men po c.ss courage I Ormond Ii.-ach INTKKKHTED
INVESTMENTCOMPANY hotels
their ,
now receiving splendid patron. AND LIVERY violin solo by Mkrs Carrie Chaffer. fortified camp who are absolutely reckless of death. They have more I located the tare IN PKUPKRTY13BEACH
the most discriminatingclass Miss, Pelton and Will Hamilton gave them on an :Intel Ormond. and oHlIIS I)nit
age from STABLEAtlOrdfrsOlven ; who But if were to put ,
courage than many men fly. you '* lesser sister, the 'RM' NU

The of ocean tourists.itself, with its marvel. a duet and Miss Mre. Winnie Hammonds Kingston entertained a aeroplane and ask them to learn to fly it they would probably be in ..r tton Inn. The HWin 4JV. Tow
recitation. occupiesotltlon a
rn'r
and
macadam AUl'nUonrur..rut
Desirable beach hard as Prompt Hu..ln..l"rompttt..ntlon
Locations in ous smooth as a floor, is the greatest attraction Drivers : the party with instrumental trouble. They lack confidence. ov.rlbotcti .\

although earth air and sky FaiutUar wltU Honda music and the Misseb Ruby and: Winnie Such have business in the aeroplane driver's seat. Fundamentally the Halifax andi -
any part of entered into a combination mt'ii no -- hitter bus us Us
ScabreezeOmcrs seem to to have enhance its every charm. I Kingston gave a piano: duet. I think aviators are born, like poets. But confidence doe tilt look the rnunla.Ult -

The beach is the famous automobilerace E. A. BRANCHReal I At roll call each one responded learn. And it is an arduous I bflicb> and thermtd J JASe CARNfUl!!
course where every world'sstraightaway Estate A ent with an Irish story or falling this not finish the j jHb. There i is much to Atlantic.Besides .

: Evansvllle record has been made Beach Cottages: gas obliged to pay a forfeit.: school.! Tu! let aviators are men who are abstemious in all things. I the broiuliii'ooth OItMOSD, I'LL I
and bench lh'
Indiana and all these records it continues to a specialtySEIOEN'S .\ novel feature \\asa gum chewingtoiittvi I ManufaetnnrofPare
Ht'abrecze.FloridaL. hold without rivatr-. in which each participant They need to conserve their physical faculties as well as to have good I r>- many drives foriirrlitgfs HomeMadeGUAYA
width of 300 to .' !: and itutonoblles -
The beach has a ;
500 feet and can be used from two \\ati given a piece of gum from which I mentalities. : around or- JELLY

Z. BURDICK hours after until two hours before to mold! a pig a prize being given A stupid man does not make a good flier. There i3 such a thing as I tiiond-drlv>-s to and MARMALADES ADD
high tide thus giving an average of I DAYTONA maCH for the: best production. The game ofpinning 'tiroiuti: grows of TROPiCAL
CONTRACTORand But he hardly explain
hours. for automobil I I being air wise. Every air man knows it. can. ;old'-a oranges ; PRESERVES
BUILDER seven or eight tail caused
Goods, Shoes, on the pig's as>o I'
Cottages a SpecialtyEstn.ateaurnfahed each day. Dry of the subtleties of the aerial lrttbrou b trop SpeclU Anctltlee t.
ing some part c do with
Seabreeze and Daytona Beach each Men's Correct much merriment. I it It has to a comprehension I ',..il ror..ti to Hpj n- F.mfly Orkrsaa.atar |I
Guar Wear Grt-en of course greatly evidence ' h ruin drive s to a.a.as. 4t
All Work have population of approximate way !- ; ..
a permanent fromThe i P"n"m..r1. n t.
anteed.Seabreeze. 1500. Sanitary ordinances Acioss Inn in the decorations and the en- ocean.As of other 'li" ancient Cau-- pt....n-Ka3... .j ,
Nvusldf intricacies
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see
,Florida strictly enforced streets made I' you become initiated in the flight you i *iy built by ..h...'" W.t In.tu Ciputlon .
are tiance to the dining room wa
and Xo aviator has sounded the >f plant-Ts of lonj 'harloos1a ,j
and sidewalks are well kept I in groups each of which bore some difficulties unfolded before you. living l.out..l&n& Purehaw!

V.C.GRANTPLUMBER as new the streets increasing are being population opened as fast demands. :I A. VANDE' VORDt'ontn.ctorfor Ilri..h family name. The refreshmentsioOi.t.ttd I depths of his experience. All arc constantly learning on each: flight II''<> plantations and drives to of K spo-.lt ton:4t.1.owa

Besides hotels and boardinghouses i : of soup and crackers. A they make. The air is a perpetual study. The results produced by ;u..pltaj.le sett 10.,.,
j *ho*' places arr r-
but a China: one
Water, wham uudin there is ample cottage acco- MASON WORK pm.i not an Irish air swells trees mountains houses and other obstacles are Ili.t"with th-inter '
within huge over MOUNDGRO\
KindsConcrete table, and held -
( *Fitting modatioa for all winter visitors in 01 All 'srared; the was .t of southern
I ('urtirigsStdrwalkaetc. clothespin= without end. know what to But have not been
Phone 1652BDAYTONA both towns. : proper: bounds by a Dimly we expect. we irultsitnd flow.TS.u ORANGESand

BKAOH All the attractiveness of Seabreeze I fenee.logetht'r the evening was at'lightful the details. I <' .of themo-ttln-
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able analyze
HEA'hIFITZGERALD to : ,
DAYTOSA
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KI.OHIHAPINEHURST applies to Day toea Beach the two one, long to be remember- -- t-r tIa. of these
.. I Tainted Meat. intiitlorn! U at the
situated. I
towns bciujj ;'v .nularly td in Kingston. Grapefruit-
The development of Daytona Beach I I II "Red meats are less liable to con Fifty Years Ago Today. !.nlw.it'-ri of the
!lillfaand known
been as phenominal as its I I tamlnatioa than fish or chicken. The Best Grown
has fully .
& HERE lounJ It
SINGERS
Peninsula JUBILEE ; March 20. L. ro\* '
If there lathe tirore on Ht" .thus.
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should not be eaten
llri': > sister ou tL north, and each year I latter ione of the fin--st tine AutomobU,
Daytona Jeach substantial The OATES ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT. I least suspicion of odor about them In session debatedon : .
there is a : growth. Virginians or in.;'*:;rovesonthe Rout l I"))ides
Mo-l-era rn.OonvtiilenUnl.-i great sand dunes have been leveled |: LAWYERS The Florida academy jubilee' s.ug-': !I: Beef slightly tainted, though disagreeable withdrawal from the I'nlon. K: .., Toait of Florl- ItxTKL North: ORMOXD of

Itiusonulilc.Mrs. and hanJsoir.c homes have been -rs, under the attraction of SdneyWoodward : will not produce ptomaine poison The Arkansas state convention i i u nJ U amid veryuretty

\\'. H. Freeman built for both winter and all-year- Daytona. Fla. will be the attraction at lr>g. decided to submit a sevos.xlonordinance surroundingsMounU Seed Knox an4

l'roprh'lor round occupancy. : new Daytona theater tonight. The I'I'the to the pe.pli In Au I'aytonsMatntAJattu?rovo: Is onus Heed Compat. :1 l IIi

I Wee Bit Deaf. gust. 'L"\\ P-'oiC't I
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IlL-*********************** ' ''******I* :! l'[ rc:;;rarn of plantation melodhs: and I Ii !I Mrs. :Newliwed. made a big batch Twenty-five Years Ago Today. I
of these bisi ult today.
Promptly executed at : i popular ongs of the day, which are ,I Mr.I .wlhn..lou did Indeed dear. Ilnpld recruiting of the Knightsof I

Fine Job b I rendered in true southern st'JTI1f': Mrs. 'wljwt'c.J-llow do you know Labor was .I'"rtt'tl all over Finely ei'
Printing g Gazette News Office. i jiM'tet'f !is said to bt* the beat on.L I Tl'XH-J
bow I i'ls I; :i l bit -h I made? the 'inintry. Knights: ; in Job Printing ecuted at
t- road and Sidney: U'omhv.ird !h.i blo.L Mr :\t.\\ II\\Itl -on. 1 thought; you C"udfiiincd violent nuatstlr.'a. office.eG .
I this
"' a ax4YYVVVVYY"" Y444UX. ...AtJ >NCJ. ...cKt ':-uey] \tondcrful! \oi<."<-. said "l',,i'' li "Plji'.ulelpbia: Ledger.J I

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t DAMES AND DAUGHTERS. March 20 In American History. Scarcely Credible. ..*.*..****.*..+.*........+ :....................... e................. .:
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1CS7-Robert Cavalier La Salle. disc-m The tramp looked shrewdly at Miss
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} Miss Gerda Plautlns-Gyllenbaga lathe erer and explorer In the Mississiipi [ Sparb3 wk. and she returned his gaze .j R H MCDONALD 1

first woman in Sweden outside of valley, murdered in Texa by : with equal shrewdness but her expression MEATS f. | A Splendid Piece off I H
Stockholm to be chosen to the city discontented followers. I I did not soften in the least
'", She was elected to the council : : _
1782
council. -End of the Ions administration "You see. it's like this ma'am." said Florida and Western
of nuskvarna. of Lord North, noted for .
the loss | the .
tramp humbly lowering his '
eyes
Mrs. George Bowyer Young, a proud- of the American coloniesto great The Choicest Steaks and + I Property j
until they rested Miss
Daughter of Jefferson Davis has given Britain. It began Jan. :.S. 177U on Sparhawk'scongress [ : Tte Primest Roasts 1 .
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tp a luxurIous home in Colorado 1002)(: -Noah Davis, noted Jurist died: shoes neatly showing below _
Springs and has gone to live on a born l' IS her short skirt "Six months ago I T..phon.UII. what you want and l *'- .
ranch forty miles from a railroad. IQOC-Mix. .\. U. T. Whitney, author- had a little home of my own but I : ,.,.UI.n.t\"Or tot-e that you ,..t It. o | 128x220 feet Cor. Ridgewcod and
made an unfortunate rboll"< J
marriage. Mywife's
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Miss Mabel Edith Ransom of Terry. ex*. PP5t known by her ::tori*'s for .
Okla..hungry; for education rode horseback young people died; born 1S24. temper was such that it kept me Loomis Avenues.EDMONDSON
in hot water all the time." !
from her home to Lawrence. : POULTRY
"M-m!" said Miss .
Kan., to enter the state university.The ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. Sparhawk dryly. . .
trip called for a mere canter of "It's a pity there couldn't have beena Th! 'ejirli.-ryoa l I.-ave 'our ON"r til ,' o .
miles (From noon today to noon tomorrow i little soap with it Only six months : >'tt"r ohiinc'ou Mix--: of t> Ttin.tli. : '
only 350 Sun sets C.-os.; rises 5uS; moon rises, ago, did you say?"-Youth's Compan .- I'hokt.. i & DONNELLY i 1k
Rose Rlnggold! is the only woman .
Dr. 12:10 a. m.; S a. m.. moon at ion. .
contract surgeon in the United States farthest from apogee. ....0... ...1..... ........ _
Gray When on duty she wears a di- earth 251.300 miles.It ----- --- -- .....N...N.....M....................s.a..NN.8+...
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tided skIrt and a uniform' coat Miss Sometimes Happens.A .
'. Binggold now is in the Philippine, wit once wrote a parody .aot.aeta............... ..........I..e........... I-
she expects to spend several Upon a famous rime. .

years.where The With Nlrooyas humor time parodied on time. it's a New Book : The HANDPROPERTY ; i!

Miss Gardner of Indianapolis is saidto _ Sale i
it's
F Souvenir
Until the meaning of the rime I a Novelty,
directly responsible for the
be open Was lost beyond recall. i i i Ii
air school for delicate children which Its solemn! words Wire thought to lid it's something in Stationery and Engraving; r I Ia
has become an institution in that city. The test burlesque of all. .
before the board of education -Puck. : : .
She appeared SILVER BEACH The best modern Hotel inS .
and by her arguments prevailedon CALL ON OR WRITE U . .
it to give such a school a trial. Poiitical Delicacy."I .. .. l>ntona- ; l Itl< rooms"inpl! -trlv. s
can't
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support you. Don't you know
The Countess of Warwick, who was the office should seek the man'"" : Extending from : furnished. Will sell at a lurijain .

,, Frances Evelyn Maynard before her "Of course I do. But I'd like to give : River to Ocean : or will 1 lease f fir liu-0 .
marriage Is a Socialist! She takes a the office a hunch as to where I am." The H. & W. B. DREW CO. .S years.S .. ,
deep interest In agricultural educationalso -Philadelphia Ledger.His . .

and has founded a college at : FOR SALE OR RENT : .. i ii

training Studley women Castle. in Warwickshire horticulture and for She sings In Musical her flat Ear. j' 45-49 W. Bay St., Jacksonville .. .. : M. L. Wagoner : i

Other outdoor occupations. The cheerful young thing 5 BUI 1 I I $ THOMPSON) : ; i:
But I wouldn't mind that I I i I i Office People's( State Baok.Stocks :
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If she'd . .
just In her
sing
The Writers. The chl'ertuloung thing flat. ACID YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND .......................... .t.........t..............
And not flat In her sine.Browning's .

Emerson Ilough's favorite sports are :Magazine. SATISFACTORILY.We 'w.'Vr.'r.n .. nsR n4A4 M14M1 M1 .. .
Drizzly bear hunting, quail shooting Suspicious.We r urtr.ire .W..W.'Vr'W.. .err.tr..'rWr"rI

and trout fishing. He also has a pas.
don't believe in being oversus-
don for old mahogany.J. .
B. Connolly, the author is the son picious but we don't see how any Headquarters: for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin I
man can open a soft boiled egg with
of a New England shipper and was any confidence nowadays. Detroit China and New and and
brought up in the region of which Free Press. Orangewood, I
some of his stories are laid-the Exclusive Novelties. I

Gloucester shore. Theatrical News. 1.cy .
William Dean Howells, novelist, editor Mary has a little calf. r'r"-- -
poet and critic comes from a wellto "With that" you say "don't bore us."
do Welsh Quaker ancestry. lIe was All right, but that's the reason MaRy ----- Bonds

born at Martins Ferry, 0., March 1, can't get In the chorus.LIpplncott'a. ..................,t.................................. i
1837. He never went to college, and i
his! education was gained largely in Easy to Explain. The New Excursion Steamer t :i
the office! of a country newspaper of Beers iSOUTHLAND ( We offer sale and
to
which his father was editor. Why Is DejSwimeler still : To the Picturesque Tomoka Cabin :|j subject prior
wearing his last year's overcoat? .
I Titts worth-It's because he's still .. .. '|j advance the following Stocks :;
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I f". ,Cant Hcoat
Current Comment.
f paying on his 1910 auto. Chicago'ews. : DAILY EXCURSIONS.. Elegant 1 I''u- : cy ,

The seventeen locusts are due t! :\ pie. Ruth d acre i u'c J I :;: and Bonds, complete description Ry
year
on 1'ioaid :St'i orate 1ml 't<> for I adiis :ml CJc nth m n \\ii h all M".(l" rn t' 'ii4 .
again this year, but possibly they will I As the Saying Goes. \*iiun't.'t" the Popular Triiiof ONE: DOLLAR FOR THE ROUND TRIP. JJ of which will be furnished :.
forget to keep the appointment.-Kansas If we believe naught that we hear .=>a on ap- -.
City Star.In And onlY half we see DAILY TIME SCHEDULE. t =5 IlL
I We mlarht as well be deaf. I tear .
Indianapolis one of the first rU" And blind too seems to me.Boston. : I "-a\"* l I'I il 'f (dt; .
positors in the rtMul Savings bank I Herald. I eatoCC'IIIal: Urulgi', l Pa.iMii:t .'t., a m .
was a newspaper man. We knew the I halt" "' ,. : Brad ig.::: ::. :du 10'0, I'; .l. n i t. : Au -:
experiment \\uuld justify it&elf. Domestic Amenities. : 1.a-I : I ,.! ,; Hridgl'; (II!! "lld.! '.' ; :, a III. (, ',:w d
Washington Hcnild. Father think the baby looks like .. lltUrII: to. 1'l"ilHt- ("plc..l', 'k. P\'I'III.- : ;t-:11po: !) III. '<:w.. yA;

Wilbur Wright that iu time the you. 'r" ' ' j ',; i:. ': 0 -.. *iD
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sijs Fla. .
t Owner : Seabreeze (q
Chas. F. { .
Burgraan, ? ,. ,
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law will c-lictK. the recklessness of the :Mother Yes; it shutit's' ejes to in I: : I;; I: .: -
too daring; aviator. In the meantime I awful lot.-X._>w Y.>rl:; Sun .......... .......$.. ..... ....o..ot. ... ..... : r:

the law of gravitation is doing that I ---_.-- -- art __ -
work pretty' well.-Denver Ilepublicun wq_
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Recent Inventions. : -= 327,000 ::
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I Automobile r
Pincers that lock when closed and Aeroplane vs. ? Daytona Florida, High School :a

that require considerable" force to open C-1* 5s dated April 1, 1909. due :::

have been patented by a California
ventor. I On Famous Duvtoiia Beach With a view to horses comfort. a
Philadelphia has h.{;?nti>d a checki I y cent. Interest April 1. ::.
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rein operating from the sides of the .
head instead of from the top. 900 :,

Working on the principle of a pair of I' c
scissors which it resembles, is a new Florida East Coast Automobile

lead pencil sharpener invented by a Association, first mortgage i
Californian. One lever ends in a tube
bonds. 6s. Price $100 and
to hold a pencil while the other is a 1I
knife blade that cuts the wood. & interest yielding 6 per cent. i

0.' .; f.o 1 >>r ..' Dated July 1, 1904 due on or
't'f""fo(. :.. p..
Pert Personals. ., before July 1. 1924. Interest M::, fi fir
10 0 : ; s. '. ,' \ '''''' IA *'J., ;'r' 'T.J ; ;;.. 14.mm
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Speaker Cannon has arranged to., --. e. "c... '"$;;: 14', fi.: ;'>: 'J'; 0 ., .;...... ,.t.- !.o".ro.... '" M M ::
visit the Alps next summer. He l.as < : .:.$, ta 52,000 r
always admired the way the Alps have T 50.>>- rt t TZ51 '- tyIs +

stool pat.-Kansas City Star. }yk;:)iL Jq :, ,0,0 Florida Publishing Company: ::
Earle. of affinity notoriety, breaks : r R ..-a
:;:I 6s. dated January 2. 1893. due lSr : II
out inei>i', "I dread to look ulHln .i.a "
my n1:1I1l.h'(',,;." So would wiFer ...........- f.tt : \ 'SXl'J' _: January 2. 1913. Price $100 wand : i,
dinand if \\e were in your llx.-Pitts- f : interest yielding 6 per cent. ::;

burg Sun I w Interest July 1 and January 1. ..:
Just say there is a suspicion of oil : :
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wells on the .planet Venus and Deacon -
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w f' :: 5240 ;
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Rockefeller will ,'nlllla telescope -.
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powerful to locate them.-Atlanta ;!
enough : -
Constitution. :: Stock of East Florida Telephone pLr l.a

Company at par. :;a.,
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Astronomical. ,. __ I
S500 qa
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Uranus is the only one of our system q: 1r 1\
of planets which rotates back :: Peninsula Bridge Stock at 75. .:.: Ij

ward. M Na
! The equator of Mars is Inclined to ;: S2.500 : 4
the 2.: degree-*. 7 q'
plane! of its orbit abut > 4
I That of the earth is inclined 23 degrees I _-rr Port Tampa 5 per cent. semi-annual R': t
24 minutes. AVIATOR .1. A. 1). Mc-CrilDY IN \
":u Water Works bonds 30 years. Par.'a': t
1 Evidence has been collected by the i. .tanr ..

i i Smithsonian on :Mount institution's Wilson,branch Callfomb.i observatory .- Daring Ejhibitions in the Air <. S25.000( ( .4.4.. 1r

i tending to show that the sun is a variable : Pensacola Improvement bonds. 30 :...
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star. : years. 4 1-2 per cent. Par. :

-M .i'"r -
A National Flower.The S50.000Ucita :;:.

1' 'nt Ever Hold in he State of Florida .- 5-
proposal to make maize n national The ISiyui'st Aoroplaiu' ( <: : Investment Lt' 6 per .:ent ::: h I

emblem I is: open to amendment v ill l lu' tlu Kxluhiiioiis :it .= a' bonlfs 12'ears; run. 596. III';
from the southern states by substituting ., ... .. t
mint-New York World. K'r

The discussion: has been raised 0\ t'r y r .=.7a 1
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the question. "What shall be our ua DAYTONA MARCH < w'r "
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tional flower Suppose we adopt the 9 <- 4 tca'
modest violet.-Nashville Ilaimer. q'.
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Aviation. A total of five flights will be made in three days, the flights: to include a rare on tilt tii-urh = w,

( An aeroplane engine In which it is with l tin fiiHt-wt! t nutoiunliilo that can be secured and a flight at high altitude over the Hui.tav

, possible to regulate tho speed has been i of and Seabree/e and Daytona Beach. CONRAD.OATES
Invented in England.A river, and the city Daytona: TITLES i 4
Hotel !Men's Association and the D.t-
of the
l\ Liverpool engineer; has: sncceedelIn These flights: are to be given under the auspices:: x
guiding a model dirigible through ol Trade and ci..1 arrangements= have been made to accommodate the crov.d,:>. Y wf -
i the air and in dropping objects from tona Board si' so q- iI f
AND I INSURANCE R CO. I\C.\ Rd
upon places designated by wirel;s : I I1R

5r IIAllTE TO SEE '"r' Ill EVEN "I'S ,
A new airship with which the Ilus- ;
flan will consists of CONRAD BLOCK PHONE: 128f.
army experiment *
I'a. three balloons, each with its own motor ,, A Siilondid liana- to See Daytona The Prettiest Winter It': lIrt in the V'orld.. 'r 111Ji)11jf1llifll111111f

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GENE JOHNSON New Shpment! Fishing Tackle !lust received. PHONE 142-2.RINGS.; r

pale Elyh; BETTER SEE IT BEFORE BUYING.
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: : in our window. We are giving : r'S I wide flouncing to a five-cent

: Trunks and Bags are selling. There must be a this wheel away Absolutely Free. a BARNES cambric.

: OUR : : No lottery. InquireNEPPARD'S : 0 Will IIMI! f runicoiir Pit tun. II: I ,
o Come in and let us show you the line and S :\oiir latmpand| t'lIlor.I'I'. -. -l hllrIM'1I| \\'. !u>\" .u.T op.'n.-il. up a /I"W line of nHIKT W*!-.T- ,t :-'I, . 4
S :yours'iii! loth rTooN! ,mil r< p-iir "' '. run):n_ Iioiu .1.'.' up. I
: you will find out for yourself. Our prices are right. SS GROCERY : almo t allY. tiling that! !S o'lt! of whack .. I pri.Tii.r in. two, tii-1-'t tn tht'r. \>'nl tl -a-r for t..imr'o ..I:i.,,: ," ..
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I Inf.i. t loratit: want' oil! on Ai-n-rombi' I
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r healy; N wst>ffl> foi MI--M\rtl. I

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NOVELTY MAN
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1..1 I : DAYTONA PRODUCE HOUSE '
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Ii i Crystal Theatre i DEVOTED TOBicycles I !I.. -::-_ _ __ ,_.. _ i

usementSNEW :: Headquarters for jS

::1 I| All Kinds of Fresh V cg- : '

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tent help we can do the most 0 I
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I GRAHAM THOMPSON f ..5 SJ.W.Ball&Son '
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DAYTONA High-Class !

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\\A-G THEATRE Motion PicturesI !1 Kitty-Where :are yon going In sue-b M. SHAFFNER 1 I

f a hurry?

I Dolly-I'm groins;: to congratulate
Real Estate
Bess Nj'jr J::st heard she Is engagedto / and I

TONIGHT Dilly Swift. Fire Insurance
I Kittr-Hut what's your rush?
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I congratulate 122 South
Beach Street
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JUBILEE'SINGERS r I i i fore the encasement's broken?-Ililti- i -=-- __ I
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I more American.


will sing and give Dialect Readings for benefit of j at 2:30Sium' I They charge me more an.! more for shoes .

their Normal and Industrial Schoolat they charge me more for meat. (
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They charge me more for everything i
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Jacksonville. I | have to wear and eat. I i _f t
1 They're adding! to the rent I pay. but I
ADMISSION 25. 35 AND SO CENTS. ; NE'sv' KVKUY Horn I refuse to fret I'
i Thank heaven they have not Increasertmy _
I alimony yet! "' ssa.r "

FIFTH LYCEUM NUMBER I
I -- They're trying to Increase the rates. No
C'oatrattor Jacob K&pedahl madt a matter where I turn. CHILDREN'S EYES
I .I bt-i:ness trip to Jacksonville thu THE CAll OF THE{ STATE; Some schemer bobs up with a plan to
Chicago Glee ClubAT I: capture what I earn. Caanot be too carefully safeguard. .
morning expecting to return tonight find to
keep
Day after day they n w3)9
for they ihave but one pair to !Uta
t ': or tomorrow. PROCLA IA lION IS ISSUED. me plunKed In debt.
Thank heaven they have not Increasedmy lifetime rf there are jnd.catoai:
HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM I alimony yet of with chlche'e :
anything wrong your
AXTEl-Got white for
j girl -Chicago Record?rald.
Tuesday, March 21. Reserved: Seals: at Haakias general housework. Apply Daily GOVERNOR GILCHRIST SETS ASIDE I :; bring him or her and I will Ct
I them with Glasatt to correct! Lira
News. 9:-a I IXI i' Old Gentleman-I'm glad to see that
: MAY 1 AS DAY FOR ALL trouble. It medical tnratmect: .s aec-
ttta .rttt and let
you are un-wIHsb. my boy : rout I
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: who has e:5ii&lry:. I will tell ><'u So
:jvs> Dorothy Pease little brother use the skates first.
I CITIZENS TO SEND POSTCARDSTO
b' ..n Citing her friend Mrs. 1-:. 1-'. i I Little Boy-Taln't that. mister I I

Oattv at Daytona lleach t lTartetllolIJa FRIENDS. wasn't sure If the Ice would! bt lIr.- Dr. Neville H. Clark

SMALL DEPOSITORS. morning Oil her return to her A. T.I I'1
It i and --- Optometrist
: tii me at New Cntian Coiu. is meet proper that one or I
I I II I I know It's none of my affair. I J
Thi'H' nrt' Hi'UTiiI realms why WI' w ''''UII'' iiuill d. po>itor< \u.l coiMdi'r it i I IJ i itdm I more days be st acttde a* a day on And jet somehow I fretj L)1 tc for the Sign of the EYE.GREENGOODS.
a matter of gotta: liu-.l"'*;*|Iwtacy! to give v<|U:il Mltcntion to,malll&l\It|| lar,.- ao-ounts. I
.,, J II. Lee, manager Whrtefate which all of those interested in the j j Can anybody tell me where
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goona'om' ea r;.. OIH Ixontiill .;:;h th..r.- N thr.. tltiix th IxKikpint;:; 1&:1. ake I'latiJ.! N. Y.; "The Flor-j The waist line will be set'
lu\ol\itl. that. ii..r.' tlrin offs,'t >. thf |IMh..lhlhtlo'" ot d.-\'>-li piti.'nt i>t thr.... illffTiMit 1.lCadetny I i development and growth of our grow-; Age-Herald
Ni-rountt. \\'> also want to t..l"our(custoiin, im-nnv th>Ir uslm-I .? and ida Quartette, unUtr the direction I,. !I I IBirmingham I II
ing and prosperous state should nuke
110'1'0"'I. .
I \\', will I". glad totulkotir I Itiiikliun'l.itlons with you at any tlm--mill I piourieli -, taro's.PEOPLE'S. ., t"1 tv.'yuurott'rt.>ts faithfullv' wli" n )iitrutiuii. l.u,nnvto tliN here last evening. I can trutlifully1 1' a special effort to cause its manifold man? I|

sad that their concert was b> far the ;i advantages to be known to the outside ]i Alienist-One who has commuted a\\

bl'of" the kind that our gue&t: have': world. I crime and can't prove an alibi.-Toledo :
STATE BANK
had the pleasure of listening to this .Vll boards of trade of the various''| I&ule. j

DAYTONA, FLORIDA.Pr : .N. on and we shall always be glad ,1 i
cities and to,.... City eounci'ti: county Street railway men are mighty mei-i-a .
tit I''i\e I their: return to Whiteface We au arrv .r::;: ,t < : : fetelitie
.iliI n', M. 1'. I.h:\Mi. I'thr.'.. \1. h.. i VKThU) : couuuinm Ts. newspapers public-> cruel brutal bunch.
.. .. Iiiu I '\\'b"hen a new conductor comes they : I cf ( i :'feu 1 1". .el.t'- m-
\ Ir.-lit -td' lit- (0. B &4FLt>l.lN. fit. I. Vl.l.UNI-;K i -- I spirited, oUizeiis, or visitors having! give the man a punch. I

an intereet in the state should on j I| Galveston! N'ewa. l'll1dil1
I "Lend 25 lout? A Idea I
you fxetty
one or more special days, send their I
And suppose you were to die tomorrow ; ) There i* a monotony In the naming
al-quaiotant.'eJ, relatives or other -
pt'r.0
frz z__ V-E3-Z_! P 'tII ?" !1 >n s, postal cards, pamphlet and of love song Why not novel tales Golden Wax Beans
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"Sir, you Insult me! I may l>e foot, such :as these? I
but at least I am ) ''' ."-Utre. newspapers: cootaiiiing articled spec-j j j "I Love You." Green Beans
I !tally descriptive i of their: immediate "I Love You. Dear."

LOCALSPERSONALs Our Mary had a new fall gown neighborhood; and (county and of the I "I LOTe you Dearly." CucumbersCauliflower

II But she was not expert estate at large. I "I Love You. Dearie." I
I And often In it she fell dovrs I
I It had a hobble skIrt. i j TbM 'tf.re.; I. Albert W. Gik-hrurf. 1 "D(>arle. I Love You."
LTLA I
i Governor; of Florida, do hereby de-m' .l) rfe. I Love You Dearly."
But Mary said 'twas
up to date "
state "I Love but You.
I It made
the fellows stare. j
The icKtilai :il'llli'UlOuthly meitiiujf 'The Bee Hive is overstocked one And though 'twas: hard to navigate I j Monday, May First, 1911, I "I Love You. Tomatoes
the Dajtotid board of trade will: beheld I She said she did not care. "I Love You But"I I
laces and embroideries and same are | I II las the day upon which the Call of .
tonight in the Elks lull! anti it being offered at 20 per cent below'I ston Herald. I Florida shall be made, feeling sun- i "ll 'uuse I Love You So" PeppersThey
i u. urgoil that'N member of that I II "Lo\'e Me', For I Love You"
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that
actual values. Call and see ,tem.90tGuy Friend When do you ei[ect Mr. the call will btw.ade Lit such a I
-l1d the gathering. "Lme Me and I Own the KarthI ." I
nrganizatu a alt : I I
Rich that
to recover? j manner it will be answered by
I Shall Love You Till the Sea Dries. fresh.
; Hu.-d: left Sunday to join his Dlctor-l don't know. lie's the onlypllU.nt nani>' future F.oridianx. who are now' j I Ir are Always .
"FOIl 8.\I.E-I. M. F. Touring Up.
: biuther .II1'ah, at Va'drs'a. ( i
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have at the present time. I *ride-nt-< ut''ariou
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car ;n firat-cLt: couditon: ; {fully : port ns <>t our 1 The foregoing list is toxscd to the.
here I
.I the latter ha.bet n for a month lUonklyn i.ife.L'tesatngs great and
I country of irunis: :s pnitiOtibki : busy to without ,
use tlty
clUPpetl.! 30 Cedar: avenue. 3t 0.' auntThe other nieiube-s of the ; composers r''\
I the world at large. J I to ul..lIit'r's.Th'n .
---- tam..vn;!. tits: city will leavt for V'a-! on you. little girl I In '
If Mrs. Neville II. Clark w !t I l tall Barefoot maid in ma/}" whirl" ttxt'oionv whvmii, I iii.! her- DAYTONACOLD
it the lbUye"hi office before touioiro I dufta some time; i:1: .\pri! and expectt Is a string of coral beads unto set my hand and l'all.to be at w:i>, A young fell'.w' na" ..i1 JIm
ituke :it their: haute ,u :fu'UI' Quite sufficient for your needs HXed th- tt ho w"i ti to'adtlI! .L tnu.i!" ii i.. < n"Kk STORAGE CO.R .
I
night she will be presented | Gnat Seal I rt tin :fa"; :* atiTalIilui.sst. "
Kansas City Journal r : : our !10-1.; out '-i. : u"' .
wth: two tu-ke to the Crystal tlle- *- I .< the Capital!, tli- 17th ]'"t tl.' IIIdol"1\ r"I.I.1.!
:Set: D F Randolph 4t Stiond' '
eater. Glactsburfj (W'stprlousln-lIy 1! day or M lar.Ii. \ O Itrt.: .,I'd| ,.f th '! "1 ;>r- .:: \ .r.A-i.,!' t., ttl',', I,ir,' : D. JOHNSON Mgr
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: .vtiiuvv o ace: cartfor >'t ur prop- I-'It.t I! ,IY. .: i I''t-,sI .
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. vants to nee Tannhatw T." and I rant j ind.| jM-nd.tK' 01 l the t'IIt..1 Ala: ..
.I ''.t.d. ,I:':a!::": \our abet . :'_'JtM. : ESHUEUaiKBH&liBaiHBa BHBMVA .
*.LOST-Blai-k wallet with oiie to see "Lohengrin. N Bert any chanceof : tin: ,!).' hiinil:'''d ;uul fir it\. -!nit !! \1'1';i .

n d aids uf K'liu-r UobiUbou. $::;). l.. and .Mi.-f. L. 10;. George ot LKU- dent singing; togeddi-r some efer 1 ,\i!.I.KKIv t11.1; '!MK:. I IiJo.trin r. BIK Offer On I IDesiring
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ing-Tatler. rB i
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\\ : Uiker arrived Stiuitlayjt : I I a seveial weeks'stav in the sit The The average average man woman propoaonce lakes hIm.; II. t"1.\\' ItAUrOKI. .. 1 Home Sites I

*'\ ping to spend a week; in the city They arrived Sunday troui Miami'. If he won't i-ropose-Lord only knows Sifta: vt area:t I I SHOES !
Just how 'tis done'-she makes !
11 bias
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\\ nil hit family at the Oyama rftIi- where they have been hn the : : '" '
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iiei.ie on South Cidnewood avenue. BAD FIRE IN MOINES' ; ; ", ,:. .,1
two mouths Mr George sat s Uavtoita .1 ... .. .. .
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AUDITORIUM I "" I
here they are Itxatod for the wagon ]I is one of the prettiest places h+ And why. Tommy do you suppose j I DESTROYED I.. .. t'':, ::,' :.a I .I 1\. 1 ; to kiiil.t many

has ever visited. Diogenes was so anxious to find an u KSKMNKS. Iowa Miuhi; 1 -- \ : f,. I' .1:.., I..'. \f I read the advertisements
'OrXl'h:d's blue coat. Own- i I honest man?" I Th.u ituriUlu thenr. on lied t lv I .,..... 'I : ",.1//.... ,. 1I 1/ :I persons

ei may have same bv proving property ..Ult SALE Reo runabout recent Ta bay3 be probably anted to bell I the Sthubert*. va d>.MiovU: l iI.tnday. .\ : :,- i i I of

and paving for the ad. Apply !i model, full equipped wind shield him a gold brick."-Houstcn It. The lo,, s tl: amoiiii. 'o $;'".. I IT WILL PAY YOU TO IN

Dally \t.\\1.>. It top, speedometer, two extra tires, ingood MHI. VESTIGATE. i: CO.
i Kwidittou has I never saw a suffragette I I, THE FOSTER ;

A strtrom of touriaU is *iU pour- ; extra folding I never want to sea one. FOK SALE- .......................... I
s -at. I5ar aio if taken at once. Inquire 'Twould ta frlKhtful sight and yet Putkaid 7';IM-'HMHItcirii.a
:uri in from the south to replace [ Oriuoiid Jaraae !I-t: cod I'd rather see than W one. ; tar. ci new $",:.'ni, !h t n top
those leaving for points further north Judge. .......................... : ,
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the
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All last week the afternoon
through .. .
xin I >. mn!k !"I'k, ShE .
"I have remarkable t-i'l >-1 0: '
a
aJlelt
history Logan one o these! \ <: : : 'C'
tra ILS front the south were almost RcxalP'93"Hair the lady who looked: like a possible tt.ol: .t'I nl ?'Illy 'iii II'-d. |L.t-e.t. 0\ ..:: : CO. SMITH.' \ I" .

emptied of pattbneagers at this plaitbalancing client. haul!,'\l .Ir.d ,iMai: ..rt! > _IM d ,I., , ,I,1 IiCEMENT "

up with the numbers of "To tell or to sell?" inquired the law n.\ 1'1 Ii. ,i;. '..r. u,:. .I.. ..\ : s ;'::0. : I- ; .

\ t>:tor* going out by the northbound I Tonic >er C3.utlousl-KaDSas City Journal. I ::._ IJ'"I'j'I'' |',\ ." I I' I', r" :, .|Last: WALKS : t1'I
trams in the morning. Tn:. weak I .. 10
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and hereafter much of thus outward The titled f\r lgners. I'm much afraid.! '; .......................... 'I

bound trav-' wi'l! be shifted: to tin Come her a-'.>.eking fortune, and Its
50c. fur:n>' -...-..-... .
dfternoou traits put on Mouti.iy: i That raint-r '"in t'.e' money to be mile w..a... ................. K I. 1 1\: : :
New '. j Tt. iHrtw '.
lui Smvr iA t-\ ; nt the mu d thit '= tre!
--.- I ntunry on the purcli >v.. .If! Y 'a.-
I a bottle. The best Cement
'L(', i r t.1: .',1.i.-6tA, bt'Wt-I. \'OUt : the market to preparation on Walks i ot shoes vi i rt: l. :: ....

.. a \ i-' >..;,'U S': t'a I I1: .a<.h S'., cure dandruff fall-
\11 1 .. ing hair etc S'Id'nIv! atYoung's I buys a furnished Beach i the inontl- > '.
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ter: U d- 'II't! 's. lUii. i S 5 5 0 0 street residence; 8 rooms

t,.. !1 \ : '" ...:. .i s 1:: r" and halls; modern unprovemects i A. Vandevord Beach f the
\\\rd : ; Pharmacy lot 50 by aboat 230 (eel. Ad. Daytona : Largest Assc.; :went in

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