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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 21, 1911
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00246
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Sixth Season-No. 94 DAYTONA FLORIDA TUESDAY MARCH 21, 1911 15 Cents per Week

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I' H. WRIGHT :: :: DR. BOBIItiON'S ftOSPITU ud SlNITUltM RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies, Stationery and Havana SmokersOnly

First Avenue Dayton. Fla. PRICES Books
WALLACES'W. Painting Twenty-" InrK; airy rooms, newly first quality well cured tobacco -

I Paper Hanging I furnished and fltt.-d throughout. Thorough withallhospltaiconvpniences. l II Upo+ltion I'i Br toTrfiit Your JtW.TS.You| R>.JTit.Lft GEO. CLARK used

'l, Decorating equipped op.natlnjroom; on second Waterman Fountain Pens News. Vet Cave, Manufacturer
219 floor r or term*addressPhone
MAGNOLIA AVENUE L. H. ROWE & CO.
aft- 181 C.C. BOMANMON. M. D. Papers and PeriodicalsIJAPANESE Daytona Florin
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\ if CLYDE LINE MAY BUILD I II I ARE NOW ACTIVE; 11 L






: t I ROAD fROM DE LAND HERE. BASKETSfor I',! WOULD RULE PACIFIC OCEAN.



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k{ TO CONNECT IITD BOATS Picnic or Shopping i i MUST ESTABLISH" SUPREMACY i

t NO fREIGHT SPIRAL DIP I

,, ON THE ST. JOHNS RIVER 8c to 45c BEFORE[ CANAL IS CO IPLETED.FRENCH [ [ I


NOW EXCEPT I ASA FEAT i i

BOARD OF TRADE RECEIVES ASSURANCES I i GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE CO."If GUNBOATS MAKE APPEARANCE .

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THE MATTER WILl Too Daa'i Trade With Us We Both Lose Money." | ON MEXICAN COASTTO

- BE INVESTIGATED FULLY AT r PROTECT THE FRENCH INTERESTS .

PEJSHABLE.liAfflCKI . BYJVIATOR.H'OIBDY 1
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Although there seems to be little I ELKS TO-LAY CHARGED $$50 TOKIO Japan. Marsh :21:: -The act.Mty t i
EAST COAST HAY ATTEMPT IT
possibility' : of having- a branch of the I 1 : of the Japanese and the members

Atlantic Coast Line railroad bullfrom of the Pacific Ot-ean a.. H.-atoo

i... this city to connect with the NOW I IN HOPELESS TAME.I I IN l HIS EXHIBITION, HERE i i.; causiKg general alarm throughout: t
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CORNERSTONfNfXT FOR ILLEGALBOOZEJALES. the empire among the co..s.o.; v yes
, main line through the state at De- I
I I II I Frank statements made that
Land at least in the very near future are

there Is a possibility of sonh SUFFERING PUBLIC WAITS, ANC i II I MOST DANGEROUS FEAT KNOWN I| Japan must establish!! her supremacy; !

kind of a connecting rood being built I on the Pacific ocean beforme I Panama -
WAITS AND WAITS AND SITU I TO UR MEN MAY BE FEATURE I
between the St. Johns and Halifax MONDAY. i canal i completed or lose an opportunity -

rivers. ATION GROWS WORSE INSTEAD I OF FLIGHTS IN DAYTONA NEXT which will probabl never

This Is the understanding, gathered again be presented.
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I '. OF BETTER. i I WEEK. i r
from made to the Ii
a report
1 CEREMONIES IN AFTERNOON COLORED MAN IS FINED! I French Gunboats Arrive-
board of trade at its regular meeting Freight and passenger traffic on I l A.I
Efforts will be made to have J.
i VERA CRUZ March lil I The
Monday evening by E. F. Oates,, :: -
the Florida East Coast railroad at D. McCurdy do the 'spiral dip. here! French gunboats Uespree ana Conde
chairman of the transportation com i
WITH APPROPRIATE PROGRAM. IN COURT OF THE MA lOR. I
the present time Is In an apparently 1
: mittee. Following out the action tak next week during the aviation meet. i anchored: here today: ostensibly on a
hopeless tangle and indications are I friendly visit. It i is believed real
its last meeting is1 I
the board
en by : at This particular phase of aviation II
the operating officials of this angelic :I
for the of the
Mr. Oates communicated with the gen- FOUNDATION OF NEW CLUB- EVIDENCE SHOWS THE WOMAN the merit dangerous known to the reason presence big ,
.,. eral superintendent of the Atlantic : public utility corporation hate thrown I I gunboats is for the purpose of protecting

in reply letter up their hands in horror, given up HOUSE AND HOME WILL B5: HAS BEEN CONDUCTING A : game and caused the death of Ralph: I : the French inter?*.:* in Mexico
receiving a
Coast
in I the task of unravelling the tangle I Johnstone at Overland Park Denver, if the revolution gets beyond the
from President T. M. Emerson
and are allowing the trains to take READY FOR CORNERSTONEBY BLIND TIGER AT HER HOME IN II
which the writer said the general I I last fall and of Arch Hoxse), the control of the Mexican governmentJap
of themselves.If I _
situation at this time would. not jus I care THAT TIME. MIDWAY.For premier member of the Wright fliersat
the suffering public may be allowed Miners Flee South-
tlfy the road In building a branch linefrom I
to judge the policy of the East The cornerstone of the new clubhouse conducting a blind tiger and Los Angeles last winter. McCurdy TRINIDAD Co! i.. March: 21:: -Several
DeLand to Daytona.Mr.
.' Oates also communicated with I Coast officials has been for several and home of the Daytona lodgeof i I' the illegal sale of whiskey at her I II I has a reputation for conservative hundred Japanese miners; have

weeks to side track all freights for a home in Midway Pearl Harris O.j
the official of the Clyde Line of Elks will be laid at 3 clock next I rol'i ing and it is not known whether fled to California and El Paso duelag -
few days to allow passenger trains gored! was fined $;;0 and costs by I the lust few daje. It U believed
also: has will attempt the spiral or not.
steamers which steamers :Monday afternoon this ceremony: to
|Ito run. and then take a few days, to I :Mayor Titus in court Tuesday morn-: this exodus has been caused by the
I operating on the St. Johns river make the real start of the building.The The spiral is: an awe-impressing:
4 side track the passenger trains and ing. It i is claimed the home: of the possibilities of conflict l on the border.
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explaining the advantages which foundation for the new building : -
allow freight trains to run. It is possible Harris woman has been a blind tiger I evolution. A machine ascends to a
would be offered the steamship line is practically finished now, but I
I their dates may have become for the sale of booze for some time good heighth, and then the descentis Invasion Up to Congees
in freight and business if the where the cornerstone !jt to
passenger part I
". I mixed to such an extent that all until the officers succeedtd in getting made by means of turning at sharp \\'.\SIIIXGTOX.lar4h: :1 Because -
there was a connecting road between be laid U being hed! back for the I '
I{ trains are now being side tracked direct evidence against her. not enough uiemt/ers were" ill
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the St. oJhns and East Coast at Daytona ceremon Monday: afternoon. angles and going down at a tremendous -
;i and the suffering public can do nothing I She was given the privilege! of paying Washington for the regular: cabinet!
which would give the Clyde The building committee of theDaytona pac?. Scientists: have worked in
but wait and see.: the fine or serving CO days on meeting today, the dit'C'llId4Jll: of the
Line connection with all East Coast lodge is preparing an appropriate vain to solve the problem of John-
I The latest imposition on the public the streets.C. Mexican and consular situations and
towns south of Daytona, by water. In I program for this occasionand stone's and Hoxley's deaths various
to result from this! hopeless tangle is P. Johnson a Scotchman was the president's menage lo the extra
a reply from the Cljde Line officials, it Is expected the full membershipof i theories ouch. as wind banks rare
order from headquarters to all brought before the charged
an mayor session of congress sere! called off.
read at the meeting II. II. Ha.mond.vice the local lodge, together with the i air currents at Denver in Johnstone'scase
.agents to accept no freight of any with selling cloth for men's suits It is now stated that the American
president and general manager large number of visiting Elks, will and many others being ad
;, kind except perishable stuff, and without a city license, and was fined Troop will not leave Tailed State
said the Clyde Line officials have take part in the ceremonies. vanced. Some advanced the idea at
: even this it ie said won't be accepted $3 and costs and ordered to quit. soil without the specific authority of
had this matter under consideration the time of Johnston demise that
if there is any reasonable ex- --- Johnson claimed to be traveling for congress. In the event' of anarchy
for some time and will investigate : he was stricken with heart failure in
| cue can 'be found for refusing it. BIG MEETING OF ELKS a wholesale house! selling to tailors in Mexico: congress will handle the
:J the proposition fully as soon, as pos I the high and rare altitude, but no
;1 In the 'meantime merchants and WILL BE HELD TONIGHT. but ::6 now trying to get rid1 of some matter.It .
i sible. Mr. Raymond looks favorably such atflictron weak heart: was
as a
i business firms in Daytona and all samples. He put up the plea that U declared: the adintnistratioa
the benefit There will b<- big doings at the 'I the air-
oa the matter and can see : continue' ever known to trouble sturdy
towns along the line with shiinnents l he should be allowed to dot not anticipate a rupture Itet..etntht'
that would be derived by his regular meeting of the Daytona lode ( man during his! career.
.. of freight ordered or on the way and without a license because be ir. an United States and Japan aid !snot
from such a railroad connection of Elks tonight when the antlers However if McCurdy does make
company '' oidein be ex-C'onfederate solder.!
customers waiting fcr to alarmed by th- many run.oand
between the St. Johns and will be set on a candidate and a tocial the :spiral he will perform the most
filled can do nothing but wait. wait demonstratloi.9.:
f; Halifax rivers.If .sessions will: follow the blacksmithing daredevil feat of the air game-a

such a connection can be made I wait job. Any Hill who misses FIRE IN WEST VIRGINIA; I feat which posses-sts more risk: than
The! p.l.s.e-ngl'r s.'rvL-e has long I Rebels Attack Town-
there is little question but that a the meeting tonight will l*" sorry for TOWN ALMOST WIPED OUT. all the rest placed l together! ConservatUe -
since arrived at the joke staee. but ZACATLTAS.: .. March 21-Th&
big share of the freight businessand it the rust of Irs life. \\'Int'UXG.'a... March I'l! I aviators abandoned the 1
the joke is turning out to bea serious town of Tultendiigo. in ssru'brr. "Z&cateia
of the Fort ( in Wayne county was almost after the death of Hoxmey and
a large percentage pas- -- -- --- av. I spiral !
matter for the tourist who wits ottfktd by lebek tau
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k enger business: to and from Daytona :Mrs. \\', l'. 'howning and little totally wi:pt"tl out by t tire today. John.>tont', and then the death of
ii I II
have to start packing the day before i night and the bank 1..4:**. Sev a
i would be handled over this tlauhh'ro'rt'; ::11 the ('ity today 1'1'1'11I The total lo--. w 11 reach more than 1lo t>ant at New Orleans tended to put 1
and wait for hours for a train to I I teome-r-I persons were killed in the fight:*; rJ
I I New Sntyrla. a further crimp in the sails of
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take them to Jacksonville to get "
': A communication was read from ious fliers. to much so :in fat that J .
The is Practice
northern connections. joke - -- --- -- I I Marches Begin-
the Florida state railroad commU.i I Anthony J. Drexel: announced hot: re
also ruining a serious matter with I SAN AXTtLMO, Tex. Ma: :i. : i

.,' In reply to a wire request flout the the business men and citizens of Dolt I tirement. jI !*raitcui 'r '": ';" 'I', 'ed' .t
board of trade that numbers of that I '
Daytona, who are doing! everything ,i Stat,f> trtHifkwere' b..;.11I 'LUU A >i. ".

body come here to investigate: condition possible to make the stay of the wri! ; SISTERS onforaistR ,11" ...! -\ 'nttl i..:rt"d.TlI ..' ,j F.i: '. t"; 1'
I,.' at the local P. l-?. C. railroad
teribitois i a pleasant! one only t III '. firli In'antrv ie;: [l1..IJt. :M' !h. ,.

in which the commission: explained state: them become M> thoroiuhh ,k.. .. DoYourselE ;'::1; t. I It.- I.. !I.>..>'. >,,- .1 .,' .!

.'. that the members were busy in Jacksonville gusted with the train st-nitv wli "i j KILL HER 1 [ OF POSSE. t .n.. d. f" j4I'ii r W.

at the time the wire request they gtt ready to return hom- tli-> : ---- film h !I... t :.- :I.d! i .t .i .1

: was received> had ben bay all the declare they will never return a .lIrl.! : i ,-.' M ",1- C, 1. Mr:4hi.Nou KENTUCKY MAN DIES AS RESULT v.-: .(.i.-. hintsbePitt! pre: 1 I IX I. .
time since and had been unable to . t
I The present train service on I tin- : !hul, l i''Iq': i put your money in nth ,vufv !joOf r.r Ttii I. : -

I ; find time for the iimtigaihm asked. : Florida East Coot abrminabV! d.1 ,. I CF WOUNDS RECEIVED IN BATTLE .1! i> t.> r.-V'! :- "! J !', J ::11 nr M. 'j. i iSECRETARY \
It !I.. will tht-re
detaild : bank biu>e it get
The commission asked for a

t} complaint from the boaid of trade I m.t'flll and disgusting; I'I'I i .:'iivhow, ,,'hp'1'r v".n I'u' it''h.-,:" or i' WITH GIRLS IN THE : ,

1 that the -matter muht be taken up 10.."
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WILL INSPECT
OUR: SCENIC BEAUTIES I MOUNTAINS. ..
in the regular I I i I II i. '
way.in
I l>o'ou reahtl.i\ >u !Il Idl truth CUSTOMS HOUSES IN SOUTHWASHINGTON.
response to this request a communication ON MOVING PICTURE SCREEN. I PIKEVILLK Kv.. :March :21-Cluu.! f
i 1 there i is to this statement? l> I i
df o jou
It's \\.i-u t" more ,
was dra!'ed by the transportation The Treat Auto Parade on Ocean a money I pay Smth died today from wounds received i ii MUM: "

com mill. e selling forth I Beach, Crossing the Halifax over the than OUT price for ( ;Jrcx-eries and know that wealthy men ot ihc I sited i during: a battle between a ant Secretary of M..' 'I ; .I.- VI jrtIfft > .ti.
States handle their almost entirely
the complaints in regard to the fa- South Bridge and View of the Daytona Vegetable- for better quality cannot through the bank.money I think you posse of which: he _as a member, i today on a :V t.1: -... < -. I.. I Icutomt t

Htat-h I elicit and nt>ttp aid Mann.e: Pac-kr-rT. two house-. in VUr.T.t S.ivann&k
( in Winter Time. Tomoka River Journey : IUt lII..I: II i a :r'- \\1./1! fmi' ;ht "I'r theIr a'111 New OrK-ai'a: ,
trial order
to (till a assuring the smart .
opportunity of the country are al'o
to lOpper Cabin, Tomoka Excursion 'I -.>'.. \\ :. i'i: \\ Ja."'r t:.,' :' t i.,:', ," " t
of entire s.itisfartiou.CONRAD men. The smart wideawake men are -- -
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Party on Steamer "SOUTIiLAND .1. .t-: t-! :: :
the ones who get your money. Mostof
,; o.mJ11A ," Ocean Boulevard and the is with basin- <*>,; CHURCH --
LV Clarendon Hotel!, licking Mulberries'1 jour money ffpettt .......................... -- rPM01E Druggist t
'I These business* men invariablytake 17
men. Vj)} "' sI in early March, Wild Duck in Motion i it'' t/Vl Bach Slr .isrTli LI
('00Pdkan.: and tht-ir your money when they get ': ; DAILY STOCK MARKET I REPORT i : Daytona, Florida.
at '
GROCERY and put it in the bank. Why not put 1 Ii
Young on Pelican hland11 of the I II I .N.....NN...... ....$... J- .
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it in the bank yourself The rn' n "Ielhn.l roodJr ,1& f5atu/

I Don't Cut Your Corn foregoing views presented in motion who put your money in the bank for :': NEW: 1'itENI: ir a i :I---'k.:1 .. t

pictures. Followed by spet-uil request I ,I you get lot* of benefit out of it. Why I oj>-n d :i".n! > t' 'Ki'> ',t.1 th.' r.i road I Protect Your Clothes. Feathers,

I of private collection of handsomely COMPANY : not get th i:-. h"l 'ft: yourself? You It'.ldn: .; t'!.*,' f.a*
Don't take chances on trimming a corn colored stervopticoniew* ofjiM.ttona ' w ,.:'.' w ":k. '<.;' tu.udu! ; tr: .a'::; \\ :.
aitt.ir: T- v : i i'':nm' nt '

with a knife; there is a possibility oyou Seabreeze. Daytona Heath : !." 'i .' '. :.i! 'l--t .: :.t.rt: -.... aj> ('..t'1! \\.1.. f-u: : .1,1 thtie 1

losing your whole foot through I .I 'PHONE 61.Daytona. ...... .. .. '. II. t'i.
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1 blood poisoning through a slight cut and the East Coast in general i 1'1' I I p" :" oi: 1I

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,. when timmingthet'orn. Now, the sensible -eiitins river and ocean seeno.palm Lodge I .l .,..

.'' thing to do i> to get a bottle ofWAI'S gro\es. pineapple fields, and! manrtenti > MERCHANTSBANK I'tr.'11 i'IO,. I
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of historic and local :ntfit >'i I 'n.t'; :':iI 'I

fi CORN I CURE 25 CENTS I IIIANKINS along! ;the East 'oast Musical >f | B. P. 0. E. i
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lect.t'iia: during progr j$ of t'u.n.1: n i itlt'nt. Meets Every Tuesday : , !r ;:::4.. contact with the in.\st delicate .
; The Druggist : Wednesday. March i 1'-: 4.11'lmlu's .\ l-, Evening. Visiting nnor :: .' J .

'A a AT Till PL.Al'K \\': opera house Seabret-z< x A-p Members Invited.T. i A. D. McBRIDE. President Vice.PresidentF. : w.uth-KC' H-k I- i- !II"I ..- fabrics without fear of injury :
Ifr J. B. CONRAD : .. .
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t.- Fitzgerald
1 I Where Volusia Meets Beach orche".. cnt' u.>:. R'j ll..r! ....
p. m. > :"y Geo. F. Crouch N. CONRAD. CashierF : I'. !*. .-.. ? 'JI stain ,
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1 1 - ..... GEO. WRAY- I r- DELAND, THE__ ATHENS OF FLORIDA- J 1\I 'U

Dealer i.. L- -a

PIANOS and DELAND the county seat of
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PLAYER PIANOS VOLUSIA Volusia County, STETSON \

Concert Tuner is situated 23 miles southwest of

: Q PIANOS fOR RENT COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the lat. UNIVERSITY I

BANK ter city by an excellent hard-surface DlLAND.FLA.

road recently constructed. Four College and I ,
FLA. Technical School
DELANO,
At DeLand is located the John B. Equipment co.:.
Ing nearly .
HKI/IJO.
THE Stetson University, one of the lead. Endowment
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... $100,000Surplus
Capital
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Faculty of
.. educational institutions of the 4V Pro-
,..,- -- ;::?-==- Women'sExchange $50,000 ing Manors and In-
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Fk. e 77 lor =---- -I. -- --=--- :. _-_.- ----:- A. D. McBRIDE, matters educational DeLand is knownas but non.Teaching.-(.tartao

ICE CREAM = : '_' ... _.=:. _-Z._ s th.- U-t In Kiord : 1'n'Milenty "The Athens of Flori *." For InTormation
'. .JIa. -::::::-::: d I'rmt-lt IvtiiII i addn.-u:
''- ' " --.T i"". tv-rvthtii J. B.CON1tAD.- Stetson University hlfa faculty 01 Lincoln Hulley.J.
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a.y .....tit,. :: I 1r'" --: I Vle --President
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Ph.1)
.f' J:. S\\6' ) and instructors. There Lltt.Li..
: 50 professors LI,
MILLS'European -z.: ."';- % ; '" ;,: .'. (q I R. A. WOO. in buildings end _"'I Pneld..ntJI V.
r'i" _r _. ,'lt... {..' ,. J CushlrrtDREKA'S are .over $400,000

Restaurant.i.i.xsi.i.i.isisuIs.I.I -: .-...... ;..."'"_.-" .- equipment nearly $300,000 endowment -

I Tact must be apparent to the most ; a Carnegie Library alone representing V. PERKINSAttorney '
DEMAREE.One .
By L. C. superficial observer. With such lay an investment in building

of Daytona's crowning glo- j Uh weilth of natural beauty it be DEPARTMENT- endowment and books, of more than

I SHOES AND FURNISHINGS 'ries is her incomparable beach. Xo BUSINESS AND came an easy thing foi the hand oftrfUn STORE $120,000. The library i; the'United and

: It Pays to Trade at : one who hau ever set foot upon its I PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS : to give the finishing touches States Government depository for the CounselloratLaw .

smooth, packed sands; no one who I Ie'er 'wlhlch have wrought out the colors EVERYTHINGS State" of Florida and contains over I
: Peck's Bargain House : bicycle over its cxpa.ns EAT/ Science Hall, one
pedaled a and outlines of the big picture. \TO 15,000 volumes.
: 112 South Beach Street..a.a.a.i.i.i.u.i.iegei.I.. : who ever drove a TO WEAR of 16 buildings, with
no one newest
.. ;; .. Man did all this in the laying out of the ,
USE'Heading
prancias pair of horees and listened of the streets with their wide margins TO. 1 I! its' furnishings, represents an outlayof Will PractlM inState

.......................... to the popping: of their steel shoes l.lSSMSIIISISISI.ISISI.I. of parkage.! The entire city becomes Room, 60000. Elizabeth Hall is one of and i

t = LING WAH--CHINESE LAUNDRY : upon its a3phaJtum.Jike face; no one t a grp. l park, with driveways inter Elevator Service 1 the most beautiful college buildings F-deralCourts t
J1J NO. BEACH ST.. I>.\TTON A. FLA. who ever steered a high-power automobile : E. S. HALL : llest RoomG.A.DREKA&CO South.
driveways
miles miles of J in the
Shirts 10. s'ttinc. upon t
Dress Shirts li.Mpht: :
I .. White Shirts luiXVool Shirts 111< down the broad stretch of i Architect and'BuilderNo. : : &o: good as to attract motorists ,----; ,The'city has a population of bou3,5OO'with !
Check Khirts *,Undershirts H. wave-washed and surf-packed sand : "
New Hhlrts 13'lIrnwt'rs SMh1rtscothrntt. from all over the contin -nt. FLAT. ; a thickly settled country DELA D.FL. a
S. 1:1 :oI Coll r or CufTs :2'Handkerchiefs 3 stand I DAYTONA. FLORIDA.i'.u''sll.i.isl.IIiId. And as for the pavements pavements adjacent. proper
Go
LAdlesclothes at('orr4"'llOndlng price . a world-wonder. upon : miles east of the St. Johns River, on j
like
.IISIIIISI.III. wi-le speedway and see the hap thai look and act granite WRIGHTINSURANCE
.SUSI I this land of the
pine
I -where else between the eastern the"high, rolling
py souls flii by In Joyous mood and VolusiaACounlfAbstracLCf]i Ridge" of Florida.
.IsIsIsIusIsIIIsusIsIsIIL miles "Orange
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so great
of and we t?rn seas are many
answer whether this is not one ............IIMIIIIIISISI.1 inhabitants? Thepavement ] "The predominating)! products are f
: C. THOMPSON Agt. : the seven modern wonders.The in prouortion to
LAMIIENGINES I: W. C. CHOWNING. M. D. : question stands with the oranges and grapefruit the estimated AGENCY
Placid, Pellucid Halifax Rive chief drawing Bert Flsh7 President from this vicinity being over
: street as one of the crop'
S HUPMOBILES : General Medicine and : Cury n.l.unoll4. See
: Where think you is water with more (' .t"ds. Till some unheard of place r..turyttnd_ :Trees 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
Time. Obstetrics :
: DettOMtratioa Given at Any :
? Nearly a' reports more and better Daytona : peaches. pears, Japan persimmons,
I PHONE W : picturesque surroundings omedllours: It0to8:30.: : 7to8p.ni.Over .. Abstracts Furnished DeLand Florida

.................I.I IU.i.iiii. mile wide. fringed with tropical vegetation : Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. : throws: down the gauntlet to the and_Titles' plums pecans guavas strawberries in plenty.
artistic cottages with roomy; world. and other fruits are grown
...... ...........m..... .I.I.ISISI.I.IeI.IsI.IsIal.I.1.I.I.IIIII.I.SISIO Flowers Birds and Fruit. 1 Perfected In the of public improvements OLDESTLARGEST
bosom way
verandas looking out upon her Squirrels, and Insured '
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JACOB ESPEDAHL gamey food fishes in countless numbers Whtcv one's shortcomings and are many miles of fine shell roads, an

H Contractor and Builder beckoning as it were, to those' however indifferent or even callousone Maps Plats and excellent high school electric lights,

". Designer ConstructIon and Craftsman of Building U: with rod and *reel;her bosom flecked : : DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPhysician :. may he to many things the mere Blueprints Hupplled a system of waterworks that is owned and BEST
Bnperlntf .
: . Finn and Npecltlcatlontion S with duck and coot and snowy : and SurgeonOFFICE : montuca (,f "flowers and squirrels, JIELANI1. Fl..:. and operated by the city supplying

I : DAYTONA Hhort-Notice.FLRILA.S2ISISRSIISIUIISuSISIS1. : I winged sea birds which sit about as I birds and fruits" will send a thrill] the purest water at little cost.
OVER KOPAK PLACK :
if for the sport of bobbing upon the : that is reflected rn distended pupils BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify thai For Florida
Phone 81 .
I watch that lubberly old i and pricked ears. DeLand is a church-going commu-
.......................... waves; FARMS
a U white headed pelican pouch a fat ..isii.i.iei.i.a.si.I.g. For every visitor with a spare goober nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Meth
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OSCAR MICHAEL I hawk struggling there is bunny ready to come COMPANY and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES r
: and fish a Northern
mullet that ... odists ( ,.
..I.................. I Manufacturers of
: CONTRACTORS : upward with his floundering load he i and accept :your gift. He will sit bolt Christians and Catholics, TIMBER or

: snatched from the water. I : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS : up'Mtfttt and knaw into the meat, LUMBER besides colored Baptists and Methodists TRUCK

:: Filling and GradingKeavy 1a See the beautiful: launches spick : Civil Engineers : casting fu"Usaucy:: glances at :you LATH are represented.The LAND

Hauling a Specialty. UaoRiSSSiSuSiSui and span witfli'! hampers and lockers 0 meanwhile SHINGLESl10ULDIN graded school offers a ten Bend for Bargain

t .IiSiS bulging: with refreshments both solid i : DAYTONA FLA. : Flowers. Usually fresh and blooming S years' course, and the building which Hhteto_ .

-"- .! --.!- --- ..ei -!-):!\--- and liquid, ready for a cruise upon th .. K tultlMi.t 1x75. .. ; the year 'round, you are remind- A.ntsIulur"s.:\ : Paints it occupies is newly furnished

beautiful surface. Take out your field ..O..a..o. I i-d of Gold -mith's couplet: ) where Pnrold. Hoofing throughout and is one of the most THE GOIDmm .
M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. \Vhlt< buiUViiKntKlliorndo
'?lass ana sweep the river from -- -----.- ---- Sinilinj! ; spring: its earliest visit paid PliistrrJ commodious and best equipped public
\ [ co
Ormoad bridge to Ponce Part] ..v.........i.ie..usugsiI I ..nd summer's lingering blossoms I .
r I MILLINERYN. I light house then say whether ths are delayed.In .
to DeLand
E. L. STEWART : r>r.I.ANIKLA.. The trip from Daytona I'ei.NI II. FLA,
Halifax isu' a thing of beauty anda :: one yard roses of varigated hues is made by automobile in a little
0
.. 8 Beach SI.. Daytona. Fla. of the modern II Physician and Surgeon I
t : joy forever, and one n :::edounnnte; another household has
t h.' and there are
_ _I Sni-liil| I iitti'ntlon to tii'ii'I I over an hour, many
\!\! :! @:! wonde3. U I KKiir.it -].111.!.i.iinil :nl'.' :: a pnchant for the poincetta and the [LANDIS & fish pretty drives in the vicinity of the THE .

f8:!'!'o*< v.!) .!:. ... The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge :Uotn: :.. .-t ol I*. <>... t.'l.-plion. -. ;..(-mi-5cs rre aflame; another is hid- at LawPrz&ctiitnc county site. A good road leads to
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r. Attorneys GORDONGARAGE
:: < utit i hourI. u in to I inS :: ,
cane'ariety
:l'l1 in a jungle of tall In sit five miles historic
:
wood. DcLcon Springs a
East Florida .m..8 I .-. the spice of life and here is where I'nutIII'. ... U.'r.il i of water
<' Courts spot, where 60,000 Callous;
ltidgtwocd; avenue Is upon the crest I you find it. special facilities for the earth minute.

Telephone Company i of a Lroad ridge straight as the crow ............................ The birds flit in and wittti their invstltr.itlnn pt'rf..t'tln titles end I bubble From from DeLand automobiles every go south The I

flies and the wide spreading branch notes help to give fullness leLANI.: FLA. DeLandHeadquarters
joyous
DR. F. H. HOUGHTON : shell and
Connections at Daytona :: \ to Osteen, 18 miles, on
i es of 'ho! heavy-trunked lire oaks extend :Mid symmetry to the picture.
: marl roads; the St.Johns is crossed by
:
for Long Distance Points thtir gant! arms across tho mag choice citrus fruits, IILY I for
i Dentistr As for fruits START & ferry near Osteen and cars can then
and
aiike.1fta, forming an arch : AutomobilesAGENTFtR
Daytonaelds: the palm to none for
r continue to Sanford and Orlando by
H. C. THOMPSON Mgr. i from these extended arms great' festoans PHONE! \Vst Knd "'out h Itritig.IgS.IRI..U.I.USISI.IISISI.- quality and quantity per acre. There : : Ely hard road. There is a shell road
of Spanish moss sway as the Mary StewurtAttorneys Maxwell Tour.
!:@ ere sccres:: of citrus groves in prox- at Law from DeLand: to Orange City five
trade winds from the tropic seas
; branches bending ing Cars and
- to the city.
mity
and road from DeLandto
Public miles a good
and Notaries ,
fan them. Looking straight! ahead B.B.fl.B.B.BtBtB.B.B.BtBB. to the earth with their burdens of RunaboutsArthuri.
Lake Helen like distance.
H. T. McCLELLAN 1 down this white shell street one Las 2: T. K.: Fltzp-mUl; iF.. Oat. : lucious gelden globes which for nrLANT FLA.J. a

d the. impression of a fairy path with S: FITZGERALD & OATES : beauty, proflicacy and all desirable

Mill WorkWrite i *>1ong hf SQ and draperies cast ,an but eye as first you to move th 2: Attorneys and Counsellors at Law : qualities would truly astonish you. A.ERICKSON. OOi SANDSTONE BRICK CO. Royal.IMiuiulinHAMLIN II iuln!

9 NH'rial Kncllitl- for KxninlnliiK:; The Fastest Autos and The Finest Manufacturers i
Tight and then to the leftou see Lund Titl.sI -
or ask him about anything nii.l I'-rf.-ctlnn & CO. Granite Buff
Light Red aM
yon want made of wood Every. ;' distinguished cottage homes in the I > ItTie--I!)C'onrad BuUdlnl 'Phone I I2SOB : Out. Liirpe-t stock of Drab Brick1.IIrI'

thing the best. ;; most delightful! settings.See .BBB.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.B.Itl. The sevtcth world wonder, do yourk Pianos, Organs and ..
I ;: Cnpa"-it y ln-ur. Prompt Shlpiu -
th} glistening leaf of the granc -'- -- I ? Ccme. whether from :Alissou:- Sewing Machines ills. Wilt.-. r M..I..t iiiul I'rlcib. &
North Ave. Phone 123 J . . . -. )utii of J.icomiirDKLANH.
Ridgewood magnolia which nature has varnished C. ! '.!@ IN.i \!@!. I or (reins Maine, from Kalamazoo o ( ; I .: KI.A.ALLEN'S. LAKK JiKI.KX. KLA. HAMLIN !

*! 4 .. \;; -L as no art's's brush ever could; and .. DR. J. P. ESCH '!. I T.mbucto: and you will be "-ho-Aii.1' ,
( LAKE HELEN f
the cabbigp\ palms with their burden*,; I Here is where the world's record foi
Physician and Surgeon t
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1111 Ii of sio.\y! fruit and swaying pU.is I ; -perd is broken with every ret-urrhijj Surrounded by several pretty lakes Attorneysand '
ORANGE ;, P/ lllll-ll'.l\ I'M\< tlllll 11'11'I( I ?I1. |.1.1i I i
PICTRSQPORJ : see the Lovely holly with its exqiiio !> :M. K: < !'mi.-h. < >ttt. 11"111'f. :' p. -. I ,-easoa. Autos the biggest, tht fast- N< xt to Pu'-tcilift" and guarded by lofty pine trees is Counsellors

tie l htty; see the climbing vines !!)J 'ti.'t.:.Mll.I \.!;.p.m. 'l'h..II' 'si'i. |I. \\ | np.K \,v : c-t, and the finest are on daily parade Lake Helen, a winter resort of no at Lawl.Ei.tNi'

1OUT OUAX t-: i-- I un not in the trees! ; see the co pin I and the big show j is as free: as DRUGGISTSJEVELERS little importance.
. .. ... . ... Camp Cassadaga,
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pretty Httlo village! : PORT ORA1JGEHOUSE .<>!.:: .>:rs forms wiiieh gain a foothold t..e:: pur artesian water frcrn: ththousands a spiritualistic camp-ground is situated .

situated flv t- milcouthof I .>ii ti.e great oaks and gat'l: l> .............. ......G.+. I of f1o"in'el s. IT,8; a near Lake Helen and at this : .-1.\.
nytoni on r>F.I.\XI'.1-'I.A. I
th-9 aytonn-N--W piiJuis.: and surely you will join inUlie I Dr. SAMUEL M. LONGDENTIST : 'continuous: show with a roimtaiitl} i plate several hundred people make

Smyrna hnrd stlr- l'UXUi and say that this is a "5iiit: :iis scene.Evetything I winter headquarters. A laige lumber "f011TAISi1

fart road.th-sc.nlihighway s. Fred Cummings. world wender for beaut}'. ; :, I goes, from a' 2-horse G. \V. Fisher mill and the largest brick plant in

Th of?th.town K.it1'o.nst. t.. Owner and Manager Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage : One Door North of New MerChants : lower up to a 200-hor power and Drug Co. I the South are located at Lake Helen. DEL.\-i. .' ..\.

k'eatcdonthe IftIfaxRIverandI Homes. Bank. I all degrees of speed from a canter Drugs, Stationery I ORANGE CITY

t .........................., I to a tno-mile-a-minute clip. You will I Huylcr's Candies,( ClothingFurnishings I
connectedwith th- Xo one of Daytona's attractions - ---- probably catch the spirit; whe:: yo:. i The principal attraction around I
oppo"lt-. PORT ORANGE .............. . ...............'............i"i' .'. I Kodaks, CigirsI
peninsula perhaps: commands more nearly universal ; - -- - -= I do the roads and the beach art j'ours' > .LX II. Kl.v. Orange City is the many handsome Shoes
.
by ft brlc! p.t
t The town Is wll BEACH attention and praise than does I; The Manhattan Cafe j I The Florida sunshine is fre", the golden orange groves. The town is

_3ald out nnd has the artistic cottages. The owners ol balmy ocean breezes are free thebirds : supplied with water said to be the
I Sale. !: for ladies and I
! jnnny pretty honu-s. Lots for these: charming villas hail from every ; gentlemen. n I ) an1 squirrels and flowers are A. H. TODAU purest in the world, another attraction -

I A large numlx-r of Liberal Terms corner of the country and they bring Regular Dinner 11 to 1:30 Daily. i free tie sparkling fountain water is I to visitors. It is at Orange City I I

I tourists and innke winterresidents Port Allowed for their own architectural plans and Short Orders. Box Lunches. ,)! free and you will have to go down The that passengers over the Florida East ,
IMPROVEMENTSOcean
! Fresh. i I
Omnge winter ht'iulqanrters build upon them and as the archiecturi ; Everything < t ,into your wallet only for (com for Leading Coast: Ry. transfer to carriages anddn
or RiverFISHING : Special Attention Shown to Ladies.
I en" of th.- ; of one section of the country : r: I auto, and bed and board. I GROCER ve to Del..&d. The town is surrounded -

I s.'ieraI attractI.n'.. 'onTval' nt to Auto- .. differs from the architecture of an t j THE MANHTTAN CAFE \ : This is r.o fanciful picture; it's ali by land peculiarly adaptedto 1-i
M -ntflstilng. iuol'il KJIO-- C'ourn : I
the exc': Pr-LAXI, FLA. .
lielng unit Bridge. other so do our homes differ in 1 38 South Beach Street I here. It Ls drawing other thousands the cultivation of citrus fruits. 'El.axI. ....."1 I \

A abort dl..tnm'"- \P1t' toWM. outward appearance and structural \y.Q S N oi': (! .@!: . . ;:, I and ho'dinp: them enthralled it will --- - --

west )f Port Oru nl.:.- C..\-'.HOWES lit beauty from one another. There art ; charm and hold jou. C'ouie and st-e I :..........................................- .........:
\ era th, remnlns of Port ('U'&1.Z.>, F1:1.I no monotonous rows of strikingly ..........................
.ht" Old unawtOi! - ---- - :
: but the it
similar build'ugs as
mill n pi:..-"' eye :t: When You Are Looking for \: : i
that Kug.tr 18 vlsltt"l.ll"\-'r>' I Purt: OrangeO1TSIIR :! VOeTby is treated to a ka'eido- .: "From the Grove to the Table" | : THE DAILY NEWS

T""vir by humlr-.. of scopic change which keeps the mindwondjthg : Some One to Do : INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT t .
tourists. On.- tlinull .' CO. \ "What next?" .

I the country..st II. Ilt-I'OST It U no" only the exterior of many AND ORANGES 1 !:' .. ..

of PortOrnnj-- (;row'r and thnl. r I of th'so homes which rivets attention I| Electrical Work% If I I Grown. on the Halifax. * some three whose

rounding mill was n iat tbold Indigo OYSTERS anJCLAMS : ; w '.b.n they are models of convenience The finest quality of fruit for sale : Gives Away persons : I,

t : and the finishing and furn- in smole hoxss or car lots. Special t names were mentioned in the :
nnd ramplantntlon.
sugar Pt.Or;.r.-",." l'n 1 f PHONE 14 I IFORLAWJ attention paid to orders.
.The nul 1 1wns i is'hing jivo evidence of the elegance : : filling Every
.. Day previous day's . :
:
operated :xtenslvely and cultivation of those who workedit MUNROE & STEVENS paper
in those .ariydnyi WM. C. nOWEsi! .
all out. Indeed, it is the interior [ I GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. .. .
but bas ln Im I II :
I
I Jlsus.for. forty orflft Real Estate I arrangement and artistic furnishing: ; Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. : Four Tickets to the Crystal :
v.-ars. and sending. more than the exteriortppearnee I
\ very inU'retlnLdrt Insurance that gives a surpassing :f THE ELECTRICIAN. |: .-- _ I : Theatre and a Merchandise !

.' from I\i>tou.i !NOTAY PUBLIC: : ........... .... .. .
charm to Daytona homes. This feature Best Prices Best Work 4 .i.!(: (" a."s .
is l.y ooenn t..ldl : Order for 25 cents on some e
I to th- approach! ot Port t ran"e. 1-18. Justly merits prominence as another : NORTH BEACH STREET 2 GITTENS MESSING .. .

tin .Port.. Orin: :.. wonder.itreets ........s .........,.........iISIISU j. ... T.. I ,. |I.." A ', ; : local store. : : : : : : :
t.r..t: lu'rot'i! .
brlU:" and t h. n S. G. MARTIN I I and Pavements the Most .. .ISUSIIISISIiMcDonald's r\ (,) Fresh FishcSTD ; 4 4 .

passing th rOll"";.!: th' I and Best. : Boat Yard : U Clams 4. -T::: .
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Port Orange to t I.. [General Why th- Architect of the- Universe : Established: 1903 : and Rose
ruins of tv :. 1 1. I I chose to give! Daytona the most admirable :I CHAS. M. McDONALD. Proprietor J, ; Bay Oysters : Watch for them your name may :

L>mte .. I the most picturesque naturals :{ Railways. Boats Built. Repaired Jt C C
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returning t
I>n>tnnaliyth" ro :.1 Port Orange, Fla. I I ttlns of all the cities of the South and Housed. H I :; Phone 5 Prompt Delivery : be next. :

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Reformed. I India's Sacred Fires. An Accidental Omission. NEW SMYRNA/ I 1_
"Uncle Mose." said a drummer ad 1 The sacred fires of India have not all The cynit was discoursing; on tnatri 11 PROGRESSIVE
dressing an old colored man seated on been extinguished The most ancient | mony. I
a dry goods box In front of the village which still exists was consecrated "You say that no man ought to mar SMYRNA is situated fif
store. "they tell me that you remember twelve centuries ago In commemoration 'I ry woman wbo is fat or thin. tall or HOWEAND NEW miles south of Daytona ORANGESIf
seeing Oorge Washington.! Am I mis- of the voyage; mud by the Par : short larp-; or small" be said. "ThenIn i is an ideal spot reached you want UMTtr.r
your opinion the only sort of worn from Daytona by a hard surface road best orange
takenT sees when they emigrated from! Persia al
; an one ought to marry is one who is I CURRIERFLORIDA winding through one of the most picturesque apply
"Nojab," said Uncle Mose. "I use- I to India. The fire is fed five timesevery of Florida. I Point Grove
of medium size: I parts
ter 'member seels' him but I donefo'got 1 two hours with sandalwood and ; "Mercyr said the cynic. "How for I With its ancient ruins dating backto for th..Redland Indian
sence. I used de chu'cb."-Everybody's. other fragrant; materials combined getful I am! 1-forgot her!"-Lipplncotfs. a time when the history of man KlverOrangethe
Mrs. Ai Stewart of Branford, Can I LANDSNEW runneth not, interlaced with wiresof I belt In th
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I with very dry fuel. 'I .Iatt
ada, is visiting Mrs. Charles Gilman KMYRAA the modern telegraph and telephone *
its miles of shell streets as Grove situated II r
at her home Oak Ridge on South FLORIDA from Daytona N
hard and smooth as a floor and over I the Dayloaa-N w
RLdgewood avenue. #,,Y YfYiV.V''L''" V1tWY Wii'NNNN V M1lYV'YYYyY' 'Wiffl is M.Resident LEIDERSDORF Afent grew arched in by stately hoary grandeur forest giants during that the I Smyrna Prices Road.Moderate
f Phone 2S will call for your cleanIng Town and lapse of bygone centuries, New FERD

:, and pausing. tf BURNETT. STATEMENT OF THEMerchants' | Country Property and Smyrna rest.is truly a place of romance NORDMANRProprietor

Frank Matthews, who Is visiting
S All nature here is very inviting to I
relatives in this city went to Orange -
the tourist and pleasure-seeker.Here
.. City Monday afternoon to spend BankBranch
R.S.IHALEV too is to be found the best fishing and
a few days with friends
hunting in the state of Florida.

L Dr. J C Herman. Osteopath 20 General The people are thrifty, the busi
Votusi Ave.. Daytona. Phone 40. tf ( of Volusia County Bank) Hardwareand ness men enterprising, and all unitein
welcome hand of
extending the
Thos. B. Stout rwith ,the Foster I DAYTONA, FLORIDA hospitality to strangers. There are
company, made a ,business trip to' Builder's five church edifices for white peopleand s
New Smyrna Monday afternoon. Supplies, an equal number for the colored
VOLUSIA COUNTY BANK Furnitureand population; the town has an excel.
FOR SALE 1 draft horse. 1 surrey .
lent high school. a splendid public
and 3 wagons. Apply' to S. Mills. bnsiness /
library, aad up-to-date
94w DeLAND, FLORIDAAs UndertakingNew houses.
SmyrnaTHE There are any number of pretty
Thos. H. White returned from Du-
". pont Monday afternoon. Mr. White called for by the Comptroller of the State of Florida at the close of homes for the permanent population
and
close to 2000.
which numbers
went to Dupont Saturday to spend
.. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. U. J. businessMARCH some very fine winter residences. STATE BANK I
White. There are good hotels and boarding or
OCEAN HOUSE{
'.. __a- 7 1911. houses where you can find accommodations NEW SMYRNA
FOR SALE-2 wan: show cases, F. W. SAMSPitoPiIRTOR to meet your requirements.
7 ft. 6 inches long. 1 floor case, plate LIABILITIES. Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a I JOHN:PresidentGEO. HAMMOND
glass sides and top 5 ft. long at RESOURCES.Loans Rates: section of vegetable land as can be I L BRANNING
Leee ne's Kodak Place. 86-tf Capital Stock Paid in $100,000 00 found anywhere. This land has been I I'aslilrr
and Discounts $813,095 16 $3.00 per Day divided into small farms which can Transacts a
Miss Ellen W. Apthorp, who has Surplus and Profits 63,276 49 Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Someof i General
Overdrafts 4,820 68 the stateis i
be;.n Linking; her home with her sisters WeekKxcelltnt the finest celery grown in Banking
in this city, departed :Monday af- Houses and Fix- Deposits 1.138,650 96 Huntingand raised on this land. All other vege Business i
Banking Fishing abundance, and here,
tables grow in
ternoon for New York, from which i
i;r city she will go on to Chicago in tures 50,158 37 NEW SMYRNAFLORIDA too, is the home of the famous Indian 4.Per on Time Cent.Depotiti Intern

t' about three weeks time River oranges..
32 06
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Kaffee Klatsch and Book Shower Stocks and Bonds- 21.850 00 -
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at Palmetto club March 23. 2 p. Cash and due from Banks 411,971 18 :................................... .........N.."


. m.The Misses 86-93-94-95 Margaret and Fra.e.1; Total - $1,301,927 45 Total $1,301.927 451. { The Joseph Zapf Co. !

Smith who have been located -.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Hunnewell at The above statement speaks for itself, showing, as it does, resources of 4. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. t. :

Daytona weeks, departed Beach Monday for the on past their six return more than one million and a quarter of dollars. We realize that the most valuable *: Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor : ":.

to Cincinnati, Ohio. asset of a bank is that of public confidence and we have always furnishedour + house in Florida. Sole distributors for *

FOR SALE-Packard 7-passenger depositors every safeguard and protection for their funds, and we'shall con- : Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer i

touring car, cost new $4,500. has top, tinue to do in the future as in the past.A. : Special attention is called to the : \
speedometer, braes wind shield. 4
new shoes trunk rack full set of : MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. :
tools and fully equipped. Lately overhauled D. McBRIDE J. B. CONRAD F. N. CONRAD F. J. NIVER .

and guaranteed as gocd as PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT CASHIER ASST-CASHIER ; Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. :

t ing new.Prince north.Cheap George Apply for hotel.cash to D.as F.owner Farnham 93-2t is go-I 7ft\WM '>>W YMt.Y.>> ._ \, I] \ \ Y "m/.wm\mNH Ym Iliv ..............................................+.* ..*..



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Anthony Brothers day Published from December every evening 1 to excepton-April 1, by i' .. WE SELL i .j

CO. BEACH FLA. (
THE GAZETTE-NEWS DAYTONA ,
| Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best Kinds of :
:Mon -y-snvlng
Editor.C. Exceptional
T. E. FITZGERALD Values in : lubricating oils on the market : ..1i .

CLOTHING i iI S. HARRIS City Editor. Enamel Ware ,

HARRY L. ROOD, AdIanager i :
Japanese China i .
GEO. F CROUCH. Superintendent.
I I Lzces WE REPAIR
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GENTS' FURNISHINGS I Entered, as second class matter e I

December 1, 1910 at the po>toffice I Ribbons
I i Automobiles of:all makes and in any condition.
at Daytona Florida, under Act of Opposite Webster's: Grocery Store i

SHOES March 3. 1S79. I' Seabreczfe: Ave. 'I .
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II i Auto
- - -- - - Central Garage.
( Daytona, Ormond, Titusville, Florida. II ......4..........e.....................,............o I t
Daytona J Jt 0
STORES AT .
j palm Bcach w palm BeaclL ot
I < Complete Machine Shop J .+.+.+.+...................**************+*...+..+ '
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| Clarendon d Garage g C Co AEPCOMPETEdT KINDS BY J

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I I I.By Rail and River. | J.... AUTOMOBILES OPPOSITE HOTEL FOR. CLARENDON RENT SEABREEZE To t'larrndon Phone,tall Exchange.kYr FLA. :... J ribrth.1"


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ATL COAST LINE. .tiWrtfrrtltflirntiNrrnYliirti'tfr.Ytriiir"1r4h"tfrhirtiN CLYDE LINE HAY BUILD Use

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Best Service to the East 5 BY THE GOSSIPER. 5 I ROAD FROM DE [LAND HERE. hot spending stove these your hot time days sweating trying over to get a

/Leave Jacksonville ............. Ia.m.: 7llw..m..lm.mNMmn.YN.wf.' !!! ''t'!: the done time when
Palmetto Limited. ( Arrive II'.Rnnllh..llJ.a.J\I.' I family ironing on
Augusta.................. .Hp.m. Governor Gilchrist: has made a goodmove i (Continued from page one) I
DAILY.. Carrying through Coaches, :: Charleston ... ........... 4.27p.m. in declaring May 1 Postcard : you can buy an
BB.ctric-LIj,hted Pullman Drawing Room .. wnswngfo'n."i; : ::::::.::::: *INt am! Day for Florida and every person in :' cilities and service of the East Coast I

Sleepers, Dining Cars. Jacksonville to ".. Haltlmort'.... ....... \I.tt\a.m.. Florida should make it a point to railroad at this point and the communication AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRON
PbUlldt'lphll1..11.: )
NI.York. NewYork....... ......... I50p.m. send at least one postcard containing I was approved by the I

New York and Florida Special. / 1IIIIIy Except Kumiay. xo.w" a descriptive scene of the city or I board. It is hoped that by the time FOR

/ Te Jacksonvllle .................... 1.111 p.m. town in which he or she lives, or a
train de Luxe. if ha.i'been
of this papular : communication received -
D crlptlon lnRnnRb ............. .. ....... 5.11H p.m. i this
This train consists of Pullman 1'rawing .. harkston........ .............. 8.5 p.m.braryQbat'n'atlon scene of some interesting place in
RoomSleeping. lining and Ll- the railroad couimi'sion and
Boom Mate bested by steam.Arrlye: Rtt'bmond ...................... a.m. the state. Daytona has many beau. | by I
(cars WMhnetoii.....................li tl.l,1i...?8.m. channels '
with the new hlgh: -sperd brakes and ? I has passed through the regular -
Qtdpped ? ...........,,.'! a ni. tiful scenes on postcards and at least l
hy electric- "
brilliantly throughout
U llahted: \SiliTphitadHinhiU ...... ..
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tty special lights being provided for, each I .. Sew York. jPhla R. R. l p.m. 10,000 of them !should be sent out of i j it will bring some memb of $3.75These
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affordtng perfect comfort In writing
at for reading at night. x nta,-th Ave., ?'d Ht..._ 8A p.m.Florida this city the first day of May. Every I the commission to Daytona to make

and j ti West Indian r Limited.*i J //Arrive Leave Savannah Jacksonville....:::::::::::::9.15a.m.i.wp.m.: : town this matter in Volusia up and county urge every should person take I an investigation.A I II I
** Augusta . fl Op.m. the I :
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches, Charleston::::::::::::::::: a.4e p.m.: : living within the town or city limits resolution drawn up by committee

EUctric-Lighted Pullman Drawing Room :u *ht ht '?o : :::::.:::::: :: :: : to send postcards to friends and I on commercial relations setting : are the Standard Laundry Irons and are

Steeping Cars Dining Cars. Jacksonville N t4 nIUmorf'Pblladrlphla.IY.Sq.m. ..............ltt.iYra.tn. acquaintances in the north, using this forth the 5nad quacy of the local : for sale by

to New York. \ New' York... ............. 1.50 p.m means of advertising the beautiful I postoffice and requesting the
state of Florida. I
Coast Line Florida Mail. Leave Jacksonville ............7.51p.m.\ I postmaster general of the United
Arrive Savannah.................IS 05 a.m. *** l I
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches J c'harlraton..5.05x.1. States to take some action to relieve ,
f ............ . The Schantz Electric Ice
tad El**-LiKhted!; Drawing Room I ., w! '.Mng'ton.. . lllwp'm! A soft spot in the ocean beach conditions here was presented I ,
Keeping Cars Jacksonville to Xew York !I .. Btitimore. ".'.'.'.'.'..'.'. .I Ioa.m.: about two miles south of Ormond is to the board and adopted with :I

Btopi at Mal Station (v '"t VV.New Philadelphia York' ..................... 8..Wa.m.:ia.m. causing a great deal of trouble to the order that it be forwarded to :
LKal Ske *r J.ck.onvllle to Savannah. ll and Water Co.
automobiles. appears to be a kindof the postmaster general. 4 4I
I I I00.
Best Trains to the West.No. quick sand which can be passedif j j I I5ecuuse of the fact the Florida I :
the car is kept going at good East Coast railroad enter and passes J 4 4I ..............................- ....................

.-. South Atlantic Limited *. *. I ss NOS RIllI &I Montgomery Route !.WXn'u'W speed, but if allowed to stop or even | through Daytona in an uiu.ghtly -
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slow down the car begins to sink. j portion of the city ,the Loard of !

&11!)pm f.v.... Jacksonville" ..Ar ft.tfpnt I" 15 pin Lv. .. .liu-k..onvllle...Ar'. 7:< ant Sunday IV.. Boyd's auto bus became I trade, through the publicity committee j..ee...oeN.eeeee.......e..oe.......eeeeeNee.e..ee.e
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..18 Ar..Atlnntn. LvI's .in aiii H.; >
am pm Ar..Jtontgorn-ry..In + pin
... .. ,. mired at th's place and Mr. ,' will have number cf lar t- 4
B. 0pm Ar .I.oul..III..I.' K.iniuin I:: In 1)11Ar. Ulrinlnghuiii. :i.411I'm a :
l.))6 ant .o\r..ln"llInllpolts..I. 4.1iiani I ..+I pin Ar. Nn.livill.- .. ...1.'. ".'.">1I1II Boyd wan obliged to go to Ormond i the : :
*: :n3 placed in vicinity of tin- :
8.48pm Ar..lneinnatl..Ly ", ""III !.W 1111I Ar... Kvinisvllle.: .. Lv, &.IU 11111 : ; Trains
T.lOam r..CLtt'ugo..L' 9.III pin I ..tIlRIII Ar..... Ht. Louts ......Lv. e.uh' piii and t-'et a team of mules to pull the depot: where they can be plainlj: : set'ii I Magnificent I
SUiSimi Ar..t'hlcago..l.t .:It pin Lout of the soft sand. The driverof j from the windows of the ouches, ex'plaining 4
4 4
the mules told Mr. Boyd that they 'i
that this i is the prettiestj :
No. ... Dixie Flyer Route Xo SId. No- *- Seminole Limited j :0.0.It.. had taken : "Florida Limited""Southern's
eight automobiks cut of
I j winter resort in the world giving th ij s
the same place during the pre.-ed- Southeastern Limited""JacksonvilleAtlanta
j number of hotels in the cityand vi'cinity
R.ttpm .o\r.\\.u L\.Jllt.koon'.III.,.t'rosl..J.\" .7-Vtnm*>.(<>am 11I.R/lpm t JlIll .1..JII'k..on'.IIIt'\r" "'Wnycro..s ......1..-\v r .7A1rmIXttpm ",.ir'iun ins Meek It would: be well for automobile !' and naming some points ori :i Special""Florida I
IdOiiniAr...... Atlnntn..Lv 1'1.41111111 2j<'i>iiiii ,Ar.. .....AI Limy. ... I.v .:;/l1II drivers to be on their guard i "
8.4fipn> Ar..Evnn.vlllr.. Lv rt.X'iaiu: 1I.IIIIIIII\r., IMrmlnghniii I.\ 4.111)111I i particular: inter st in th s i pan < : {I Special'lI
A.iftam Ar..t'hlcatro..I.v UJiiipiii 7.15nmr, ......hlt./o .. .. I.v !'.I-II""I against this: oft spot. ihe state. : 1"1.1
f.JOamr..Rt.l..outt.! . .. i.s.....> pm ..:'''>'1111 '.\r..Mt. l.ouU . I.' ,ll':Opm ......... :
!! The proclamation: of Got el nor CLclirtet : :- !

For Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or WriteA. Residents of this: s.ction are appre I in naming May 1 as I'oreard ; I SOUTHERNRAILW'YhclnirLF. I

W. FRITOT. Division Pass. Afit. W. D. STARK. Traveling Pass Agt.1M ciating the change in train times on I Day for Florida and requstinK every : '

WEST BAY STREET - - - JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the 1E.' C. road by which the short person in the state at that time : -- .
run is started from New Smyrna a: I to send at least one pos:, .a:d to some j I I FLORIDA SPECIAL. SOUTHERN'S SOUTHEASTERN

..................................................... a time in the afternoon which will put friend in the north, w-: '; endorsedby I West and. Northwest. i LIMITED.

| STEAMER tourists into Jacksonville: in plentyof the board of trade and every person I I Washington. New York and the EISI.I. .

i time to make connections with the: in Daytona is requested: to make I S Lv Jacksonville...... .....7.40 a. in.
Cherokee Tomoka River night trains for the north. The fact it a point to send out a number ofI Ar Atlanta...................5.00 p. m.I ." Jacksonville..... .. 9.00 a. in.
: with I Ar Chattanooga............o-35 p. m. Lv Savannah.. .... .. 1.10p.m.
j : of the new train starting from Sew postcards descriptive tscenew of Ar Cincinnati...............SUO a. m. Lv Columbia ......... .. 6.40p.m.
Smyrna gives assurance of !seat accommodations -I Daytona or this vicinity. Its; bi-I I Ar Louisville ............-.8.40 a. m. Ar Washington ... .. ". S.53 a. m.
: FORDAILY'EXCEPT for the travelers, and lieved several thousand postcardswill Ar Chicago ...................o! =5 p. m. Ar Baltimore. .. .... ...10.02a.m.
SUNDAY. t this Is considered much better than / be sent from Daytona than:: particular I Ar Cleveland! .................3.15p.m. Ar Philadelphia..12.23 p. m.
.. having to fight for standing room on day. I Ar Detroit ....................4.00p.m. Ar New york..... .. ..... ::.31 p. m.
The largest; fastest and only boat stopping at the trains fly: motion i ..
J which have heretofore been a of the board of trad- --- ---- - - ---- -

2 upper cabin. crowded long before reaching Daytona adopted as its motto: "laytnnaTh' j = FLORIDA LIMITED. JACKSONVILLE TLANT A

.. and running many hours late. J':tttit' Winter Resort in thjWorld. = West and Northwest. I, SPECIAL.

t First-class Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin. *.. There must be some method In the ." Merchants and )huii. ., Lv Jacksonville.......... S.0.1 p. in.1r ; Between Jacksonville and Atlanta.

change on the part of the rairotdofieiau. ; I men are requested to carry this ::1...- Atlanta ................. 5.20a.m. Lv Jacksonville.. ... ......
AAA4 AAAA.*.***...................+...*- .- *. *. *_ *- *- *- A*A.A..ft..1............1Louisville ..... but the people in this section on their printed envelopes! and s a- I Ar I "iiisville .............. S.55 p m.Ar "\ Macon....... ......3..jOp.rn.. a. m.

Lttlc! lllLLlbt. : are thankful for any kind of aNEW I tionery as a means of general I a th, r.i'.f'.nz ( iifinnati .............. S.3. p. m. Ar Atlanta.......... . ..7.45a.m. I Ir
halt: :;;. ,, tor Daytona and v-- uiiy.Uy i Ar iiicaco .. .............. 7.45 a.m.Ar .:
Steamers U.SA I Detroit.................. 0.30 a. m. Asheville N. C.
jfdNashville j a resolution; the 'rll.- I'orta(; >noinmiti.ee Ar Birmingham ..........12.15 noon Lv Jacksonville! ..... .... J 00 a. m. I
AND PREMIER FOR IMY <' : was ordered v> inv ',,: J Ar Kansas: qty.J a. m.Ar Ar Asheville ........ '". .. 7 00 a. m
Constitutionare ; ate:: the prop< ition of h.ainu: : :a i : Colorado! Springs: .... s.1S :t. m. ArCmclIlOatl..OOa.: in.All :
1 r rf city dock built and a dt'Pit; <'ldrtdjied -
fill FORM M CABINET. << in the river .->.t yarh;> and ..I tI \-vtllml.-1 t mi us. IIKMITII| ..N-ctru-nllv lltihtt-tl comhr.111.1 LuanlPiilliinin I
J: I I'l-iivtinu" l H.Kiti Kl.j.lrm I'arlimn .
now. running between : ";.cur.rr'.Ii- -
boa:; plying up and down tli.-! Mali-: I'IT'fli'KhT: OKMI'K :'\1I.lI"\\t.04TI.\\ *T.. JACKHuNX: : : &
Railroad j fax will be able : Fur Pullmnn: 1.r'.lItlon..1I1I11 /'inn|>Mi- Information .'C II II III II II"'a
toome
up to th!I I Il.t..t&I
DAYTONA and GIOLITTI ACCEPTS VACANCY j city without trouble. It w.s; shimn I R. B. CREAGH. Trav. Pass. At., G. R. PETTIT. D. I
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: Hotel Despland-Daytona. Fla. Jacksonville. .
I -- '".. I PALM BEACH AND IS COMMISSIONED BY that much business is k.-.t by Daytona 3 I JNO. L. MEEK, A. G. P. A.. Atlanta, Ga. *
Montgomery Route. | : i merchants by reason of the fact1; II. i
KING EMANUEL TO FORM A that yachts are not able :
to
Lv Jacksonville A.C L... 8.15pm |; Leaving Daytona Saturdays and NEW CABINET. !iI | to the west bank of the river am' j

Lv Birmingham. ............12.22pm |> i Tuesdays at 8:00 a. m. there is no public landing place! her'. I IN i iI : -

Nashville ................. 7.55pm | !I bound South. ;OIEIarrh: 21-Former Premier ----- I i

Ar St. Louis, L. & N..... 7.40am u i Giolitti has accepted the vacancy .......... .............. NeeNiNeeeNe....----N0
Leaving Palm Beach .
I I Saturdaysand made by the resignation: of Premier I } SEE ,
Dixie Flyer Route. Tuesdays at 9:00 a. m. Luzzati and has been '
| commissioned C. 0. SMITH
I bound North. J "AKIV-HA I
((5 by King Emanuel to form STEAMER
a new '
Lv Jacksonville, A.C.L... 8.25pm | I cabinet.: 1! oAN

Lv Chattanooga ............11 37 am :' Prince i'orcc !>
Ar Chicago ...... ............. 6 47 am !I I frage throughout Italy. ,1 LENGTH 150 FEET-281
ff I: Ht>'iini>'TMCiiubll luv.. Paytonnfor.t I ..........................
!!, Aui.Mi-.tln.- TufMlnThurMluv With
II ntl Hatunla -: excellent accommodations and service lighted by
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South Atlantic Limited. ;,i(:, :.t..ndn''dn.1..-uv.... st. Auuii. MIVVmil>tln for Krhla\-1'n. ,",onn"U.III.on I: electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passengers i

Lv Jacksonville A.C.L... S.lo pm |; I j TU-kfi-un U.anl ofciuncr. F. E. C. TIME TABLE : is now being operated betweenDAYTONA

Lv Knoxville, L. & N.....12.20 pm | McCOY BROTHERS IN EFFECT JA t'Aky q, iv" I

Ar Cincinnati................ S1.i; pm :

Ar Grand Rapids..... .... C.45am -out'TIl Bor ..-IF..u. 14.w'\- -- "HTIt ItiuaI.-Itlb:. i'I.iii i and I

Ar Louisville ................. S.40 pm | : Seminole 1'17 I tlU :ii I! .
Ar Indianapolis.............. 1.05am j LimitedSOLID 2Ii- all I" p.t i+v a" PALM BEACH
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l!' TRAIN y Ay'. :: lp I I: iap t' iOt i ;. :pet : n'ill:1': ; a.1. s tap I II" ;:, I
S ::.p I I :5p; III Let la ::at St. Augustine G .
Three first-class Electric Lighted ,.I! Electric Lighted Throughout.PUIPlPft ly ::'Ma a :5. ,.flp.... 3 :-'P isi'i' 'i 1 :'I'. Ormllnd)1 10,1' a II tap j"; 11 Y n 4ai}p II!. :1Ia nt: 7 t gaol tt\a
Trains, Berth Lights Dining Cars : I :- :iu .. alp.p I k 4: any It." 41.J l.'q." I ..14I i77p.I' .Rockledge lis)tons I:i '4.1' s I 1"1' 11 atilt :. ;'a 4 a.I/I j I + 1
I 4':1' It B'a 7
pt5 .. : :: '''"
CEy4fltoP0 7 : '
4 iY: ::at 1?: : : .
I on each train, a la Carte. ; lit I "1 ,1" : 'I' \\ .Palm Reach 7 111 \0 Mat 8: 10/1; :1: .G,, : '"
o! I Ja 2 yat : .sa \t 'i.'p 1: Fop Miami :, .1"01 4..F. 1 "'a ''a lI' I
'J' and Intermediate Points, thr 'tgh the Picturesque Halifax I
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; Louisville & Nashville R. R. f I.i I. I This schedule is published as a matter of news to readers of and Indian River Route. .

i Daily News and not as an J.J.the Leave Daytona Thursdays.. 8:00 a. m. :

T. B. WALKER. Fla. Pass. Afit. :t. advcrtisement. t .4P Leave Palm Beach Mondays % 8:00 a. m. i

118 W.Bay St..Jacksonville,Fla. .' ST. LOUIS

., ..., \ .....( \..,:i'i'\..... .:;;,' AND ALL POINTS, BEYOND. !, .........o......+ .....e.o.e.e...................&..... ; FOR TICKETS AND STATEROOMS i

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oil- nt"OIl i'onii.irtni|' < nT and sit !plnyfnr COMPANY : .SBilL: FOSTKR
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\--ortuii '1' ut 0 !"t" Ithh.: KrKioMnin : i
I t'hatr I'tir. l> ,'II Manufacturers
inii.1 r. J of .
... k AGENT 102 BEACH ST.. .
JilfkMUIVlll* !"' |l. III. DAYFONA.OPERATED
CROCKERY I Ar. t'lilt'iiLO ... . .;::1.> n. III. i J ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER 5 : I s
I : At i 1"a"Ollalllo I'ri.- Ar. St.. l.ouio., ) .. ,,:?1'' n. in. : Laths. Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling. Brick. Lime BY THE GULF COAST TRANSPORTATION
Cement
For (lt- -pim!: ':ir r- -r\ati tun and railroad and in Stock e
ttt k. t.. tMn ..- : .rt\r'y.! .., f . .' . ,
: JOHN P. POLLITZ.' 2B II. < l'\ Tw'F'LLa: .II. !1\\:: : ::1.1.. \v. U : : : :. .: : : CO""J I
Florida Pa ". A.:t.. JII.k'-OIl"II!.', Fla. I 'Phone 83. R. j. MALBY Manager. '
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HOTEL DESPLANDDaytona itJJ i NEWS OF THE HOTELS HOT FIGHTIS i HOTEL CLARENDONSEABREEZE' i


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Florida i NOW ONFORDIAMOND. .: '.' s-=. FLORIDA ':.

:t NOW OPEN !I1 > 5'lr, .

i : Recent arrivals at the Palmetto hot : Absolutely :

L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.Greatly tel are Mr and Mrs Frank Bakeman.Greinlock. .

:: '. X J, Mr and Mrs C C : Fireproof :

r Enlarged. Cuisine and Service: Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all : 11 akefield. :Mcrt-nci Mich. C C \Vak . .

It : Sides. Rooms Ensnite. Steam Heat. Every Modern : field! and family: Denver Co'o: .Mr I : i Sow Open :

: Convenience. Send for Booklet. ai.J Mrs DV Harringtcn Be'hlfhem: : CONSTANTS[ { I ALL W AT T RI ;G Gi '
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t"2 s X H, Mr and Mrs Theo Engler.! Mrs I i : Offices :
Booking
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.t CONCERTS DAILY. M J \'oodward, Mrs Ella Roberts i .
Sea"'r eze. Honda E. L. POTTER, President +
j T.is.i: Bessie Roberts, Westminister.Aid OFFERED AS A SPECIAL PRIZE. : Hotel Blackstone Chicago
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{ :! Bummer Address: ATLANTIC HOUSE, NarragansKt Plt-r. Rhode Island. !? W. KENNEY. Manager
A A C Weber, North Adams: Mass. :I 1180 Broadway New York .
:01.4NO.O.NNNNNO.0.NO.NNO. .K. Mr. Foster .
: NNN NNNNLJ .... E Weber, Boston Mass. I +.......................................'.............
HANDSOME PRESENT WILL GO
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' NO.ON O NiN ONNj Recent arrivals at the Desi>land inS I 0...g..I..ee.8... .
TO THE ONE SECURING MOST

t THE .R DGEWOOD. 4 elude Miss Anna Dr and S Wilson Mrs Thos, Hudson.H WitQn'j: Y'I VOTES IN TIME BETWEEN I Sarato S a Inn .I..IQI.oe..o.I

'. LV Gunb)', Ruth L Gunby, Louise
MARCH 9 AND APRIL 6. JOHN J.
i C Gunby, Salisbury Id, Mrs W E I
i; E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. Zr Parrott, Indianapolis, Miss )Minor All the contestants in the Ga/<-tteNews I > TITC INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Batk.! No better in
Coronado Fla Florida. Table of the best of everything in season. Terms as reasonable as
A J
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Cook Cincinnati I
Great Popularity! Connst" in i
: NOW OPEN. C R Fennell, Newport, Ky. Miss G B which $:!,iOI) worth of beautiful prizes the service will permit, given on application. Dec. 1st (to May 1st. Phone No. 112 <

i 0 Wood Miss AV Wood, Kensington, are to be awarded absolutely fee, are ..No NO.N00.o..NN..N......................

[. All departments will be managed by white Northern help : London. Mr and Mrs A 0 Glock Columbus low working with renewed ,vigor. - ----- -
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Mrs Clara :
: Yoodes, St I... II. Howe & Co., the well-known .
I. selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white I
Louis G R
; Pettit Jacksomille.
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I jewelers of thus city, luueery ger : THE BENNETT tDAYTONA.
help used throughout the house. The table will be suppliedwith I 0 erousy! offered at a special prize to j J
Among the FIxmiDA.
arrivals
recent the
at
:" i all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served the I the contestant securing the mist: \ by : Ridgewood are Franklin 1 tiles. wife I.. :. .
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I Uotes between March and 0 'pn>|>ii. toi> of Iut..n. Th. 15. 1I11..tlll'> flr..t'IIII'-.III' v r.. (mitiiulur Thf +
U April .
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S and child Chicago. Mr iitur. J' -up' nor' t4 h1. wliit. tn,|>lo." '.. 11 mixlern tioti-- n 1.1' 11..1! hoinIlkjitino'.pli. 0
Chefs and and Mrs J
Waitresses
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j.; I finest ; obtainable, a beautiful $:'0 diamond ring. r> and a !liM-atioii! on l>" 'lOn? louli-xind. Hltll11(1I1! JIM /ii.i, ,n Two tinnl .
Parker, Salem X Y. Robert A Messier I fouils. Burnt:> Hot,.1 will/ U 01" II' iiiirt' month of April! .
a Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. ; J E Stevenson, Trenton X J, All of the contestants arc i.ow s Summer Resort The Oceanside and Cottages Marblehead. Massachusetts. J

ANN 11.0.NN NO.N'NN N NNNN NN N N NNNN;I G Muchmore and wife New York. striving their utmost u> procure the:; ON S..............N......S........N N....NN.....
i ring, and their friends should support -
MrsV ,F DowdaU Mrs H R Lewis.Philedelphia. ,
-- | ) their favorite by paying their NOfN.4.00.ON.HM..HH.HM....000.NNN..__ i
Lowell Hoit and wife.
z'..: UIeISI.ISII.I.I........0I......I.I................I Mrs G C Norton, Chicago, H A Wilder ) ;'I' subscription to the Jazt-t'e-Xews aid I I
giving them the benefit of thf'i r THE PROSPECT
[ : Xewton Mass, E J Loomis, Am- *
THE PRINCE GEORGE otes.
becst Mats, F P Campbell Wilbur _
A slight error crept into tthe contest I 109 South Ridgewood Ave. I
: DAYTONA, FLORIDA : & p VtMrsV'\ C Bradbury, R D Thompson article in Saturday's issue of this 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office.

y. Hilyard & Holroyd, ProPiletorsWILL and wife, Denver T M Harris, paper when it was stated that Miss! ] Steam Heat

i wife and daughter, Linroln IllV E Roberta Hobbs stood third in the j I ,/ Mr. Foster p. j. DOYLE, Proprietor. I Il.sk.
J Whitney, Minneapolis, E L :
ft REMAIN OPEN UNTIL MAY 1st. race for the diamond ring. MissMena ........................eeec.........................
'::(. : H I Miner, Anna Tobin PhiJiP'S'1 I

;. Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. E M Prescott. W P Gragg, -.. -"'Pc"-a' _: i..and d fT 1 Margaret ili.id: place with Ilro'c : |........................ ..........................S..
? .
j Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. Dr X G Stanton, Dr:: T Pinntestr,

\ : Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. I Newport R I, W .\ L:. :Iz-.ood, Fenwd I I'U! ", only vo'cs.o.OOo while votes-behind.Miss Hobbs fol- 't 5 HOTEL SENECA COHNKK JACKSONVILLE rAl ANIMH FLORIDA.
: White Help in Dinind Room. BradfordVa hlnr'cn Etl: Mr and .
The following is the amount of ]
r I Mrs F J Hind, Q S Chapm:., Spokane I I : ENTIRELY NEW. :
'
votes for contestants
the different
cast -
Prince Pier Is the "
The George only! landing In Daytona for
St.Auguttlnenr.ilPalm Wash F L Perley, New York, Albert Bennett, Proprietor C. R. Bennett, ManagerA
!.: :
: Beach boats. Particulars with pleasure between March 9 and March 1C,
Mr and IIrs C F Bach, Mrs H Bach .
and is a correct standing of all contestants ;': Nlot I'lu. fur Ni."- .I'. 41Jd" Knnmni \\'lIt'r. Ml. run ll. Ht ami Phone III K*. r-v :

: Same Management"as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N. J. Mfrs W F Schmitt, Sebewaing, in the race for the beautiful .: Koom.Vhlt.- "H.'i"\Ir.' Thrum hout. ../loll( Mr. Foster :
: II IIohms and wife, Troy X Y. .las
: ./I-H. Mr. Foster .\ Hay. Mb* Mary J Hay, Miss Anne: diamond ring -o generously offered I Iby .....................................................
.JOI.II.I.I.1Q.0.ei.....i........r.......ir.l.IS SI.IUSISI ...I I.. I I. Howe & Co., the well - --
E Hay Newark X J. Known jewelers, for the contestant '............................................1..........
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I securing the most vote.betw.en. < H H MANWILLER, Proprietor
.I.III.I.I.I.ISISI.1.I.I.I.I.ISI.I.I.I.ISISII SEEING THE FAR EAST.It NEW SEASIDE INN DAYTONA FLORIDA
I :Maih !I Mini! April I.: BEACH. :

I Miss Florence Gittens . . .90,000 *: This new and select family hotel has just been enlarged and rcfunished :
Should Be Viewed .
the Bible
THE NEW GABLES and "Arabian Through Nights." I Marjorie, Rotzien, . . . . . : . .89,000 <. for the season 1910-11 to meet the requirements of its growing: patronage. .

Mena Pol.itz: : . . . . . . . . 80.000 :p fruruaoj Heat Hot and Cold Baths Electric and Gas Lights Call Bells : +"
The best looks on the east, as everyone I
i Daytona, Fla. I knows, are the Bible and the ."Ara Margaret Brokaw .80,000 <* Rates S2.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application :

Man Nights," and yet I found most Robe. ti Hobbs . . . . . . . .75,000Grace <. -.I.n'r i \-IiITEI.Ii.IiF\11.IF.IL, I !t : ! < >. .all (ti-\' < N..I.I .

0 ;y.;': d NEW LOCATED HOUSE EVERY, CENTRALLY MOD. 1 travelers were saturating themselves Burdick . . . . . . . 70,000 J.......................................................
: ." with [ Violet Middleton . . . . . . 60,000 -- --
" snippity descriptions of monuments --- --- --- - -
ERN CONVENIENCE AND
.. COMFORT. .. .. ..1 I 0 I and places with tabloids of his. Holt McCorkle . . . . . . . 40,000 J......................S....S..0.NNO.N..S..SON..

: tory with technical paragraphs on ar- The following i its the .standing of <

Steam Heat Throughout ch!.,.ture and the ethnic religions <'Ollt'anl! up) to Thursday, M Itrdl: ] "The Ivy Lane Inn"A I
I
I with tigures; about the height of this I 11;: '

I t[ S. H. MOSELEY, I and the length of that or con leuse.l Marjorie Rotzien . . . . 1,029,925 j: Hijh Grade House catering to the most particular pecple. Central location. :
I ;It "a eat e j Aso Proprietor. statistics of exports and imports and .
,
G' Hcit McCcrXIc: . . . . 1.0_1,075 j jFlorence 53.00 and 54.00 per day! -517.50 and higher per week
: The .\rlln ton.Thoii-iiml Uliuul1'i.rk the tonnage through the Suez cunal I
::-- N. Y.. during Mimnifi olMl. and dates about the Pharaohs and the I G.t.ens; . . . . .1.012.0CO (9 Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ. Proprietor :

Mughals. No wonder they see nothing; Roberta: Hobbs . . . . . ..1,005,000 4 J101k./ Mr. Foster :
: ./loll( Mr. Foster . . . . . ... ;
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know nothing, enjoy nothing and come Mena Pollitz/ .1,00,085Margaret ttI.......o.......s.................SS...1.......NNi.
. . . . .. _
........I.ISI.I.I.I0101.IOO.IOI.I.I.I.I.....I.I.I.I. home bringing; a few expletives adjectives Brokaw 943,000 --- ---- ---- ---- --- - -
and photographs which can be Pauline Garrison . . . . . 935,000.11. ...............""...........elleoN............

bad for a small price In either New Grace Burdick . . . . .. 910,300 |
..l.......u...........I.I.......I......IIISSI.I.I.I.I York or London. Violet Middletcn . . . . . 890,000 j I THE SEVILLE E. H. PURDY. Prop. I
The flat thin tt>
east is to turn your education out on !
THE HAMILTON i GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON.
: your desk so that you can pet at the CHICAGO GLEE CLUB HERE;

bottom of it, and there you will find AT HIGH SCHOOL TONIGHT. Surrounded by Spacious Grounds. in the most delightful part of the City I
" a New and First Class the Bible and the "Arabian Nights"and i I The guests receive the best the markets afford in the dining room and every
the "Odyssey" and "Iliad" and As the fifth number of the Ijieuin J I comfort and convenience that a well regulated hotel can offer to the public

:, r "Virgil" and "Herodotus" and "Xeno- course the ('Mira;o glee cub: wi.l;: <.O.eOOb.NNN..tNN.Ot9NttIN.0 0 Ofi .bNtNNONIOe'O.I

: r phon" and you will realize what a gian entertainment at th- hihechuul
:''Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells : fool you were not to have devoted .. .....I....O..la..J..O..C..
auditorium this evening. ami 1 1I
:
I more time to them when you were ; e\ fT*] DAY!ON A. FLA. Under new m.anac1e m i I
"' : Elegant Rooms, with or without Baths : asked; to do so. Guide hooks can pet I tar: eitt'rtainm''nt promises to !1)0' till- I -L Cleveland 1 nicnt Centially l located ood tableB :

'. eI I you to the east, but they do not ret I lie-I. imiUber Of the course II!) 'u tli !. < and best ot/ .crvice.team Heat and ti/ J .
Oli>lC5C i\. Prop.
-- I you in :iJe. It Is temperament. not electric limits. Reasonable rate- m
:
; t: This organization com1 1 I'ly:
me. o
trains, that Hmts.-l'rke Collier In i i i.ISI.I.IPIliSISI.I....aI.IS 0UiSKSNS SISIOI.I.I0I.U
MABBETTE Scribner's Magazine.A ; tuna highly recommends and 1 'I.! .
: MRS. I. M. Proprietor --- - -- ---

,; ", ; >> .: he' v 4 oeeo.H"eooo O0S0 0.. 0..OCC tta'f$000.....?00
Real Dilemma. ,

: Palmetto Avenue ../ ( Mr. Foster DAYTONA. FLORIDASCHMIDT'S "What's a dilemma/ ?" n ked one ;I p a r uMHI ,. =! i.i i.
small boy. -, much pntise. Each o:.<- (ii! tL.! THE AUSTIN
o .!.............I...........I.I.........II.....I..... "\Vell." replied the other it's something i members of the orsani/a i' n .f .1 1 1inuician J

like this; : If your father says j, of more than ordinan .:'I..!' i OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA. FLORIDA i

SISISISI.I.......I.ICI.I......I.II.........I.I.I.I.I. he'll Punish you If you don't let your ity and pdtroti!; uf the Hay'011:1: J: G. \\'. S\VAN. Proprietor R
mother hair, that's dilem
.I cut your a : .
atl'r a.ssured splendidn t
ma.-St. Louis StarWigg are a Ih"I I: Electric Lights acd Call Bells. Steam Heat. Hot and Cold Water .
HOTEL : i eatertainment.: The change from T 2 a K ,
I theater to the high s"hI auditor:inn' .. 00..o.4N.4 NN..N..N0.00.0.4...............
. : ; -I saw you coming out of Dr. _ _______ __p n___ ___ __ -_- _
: Schmidt, Proprietor, Daytona, Florida i made the hT l ------- --- -
Henry Klpfee's office the other day. What |: wag M) Daytona company It,

: Situated on the bank of the Halifax River one mile from Atlantic e have you gotVaggNothhng? I the national guard can use th' armory itNON..00....NNNO..e..N0@NQ.N.4NO.NNO.N
Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms \ now: I just paid hisMll.Philadelphla ,: for the regular weekly drill 1
all have The cuisine and service MRS D. J. CUMMINGS. I _
and
we large, airy, nearly sunny exposure. 1
: Hecord. I Messrs. Swad aid :Morris, ar.n> THE PINES
: is admirable. Rates, $3.00 per day and up. Special rates for familieson : Proprietress .
I.sure this attraction will pe! :!" thaI .

: application. a Time waits for no man. I they. offer to refund the adtii': <..< n J [ An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct 1
1111.li.10101.ISISI.I....I.i...C.........I..I.IIIISI. And 'twould fill him with despairIf i
pride to : {-d. supervision of the proprietress.
hf' had to be awaitin'While : anyone no p gas (
the women fix their hair. -- -- --
-Atlanta Constitution. 338 South Ridgewood Avenue DAYTONA FLORIDA.

1111.......I.........I.1.I.I.I.I.I.....I.I.I.I.I.I.I: I'I Venezuelan Venezuelan Guiana Guiana.forms about the I'I I Same nianasjeirt.it as Ihec* Magnolia Anbury Park. N J i

)Ir" wife is one woman In a thou.anntl. third of Venezuela but less than one S.4 N.410.4 IU..0..OO..aON.eN.4 N0.NNN....... i
: 113 South sR'dfiewood Avenue. : .
THE MAGNOLIA t third of that part Is explored.( Of the - - -
'\'hnt ?
now
: LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. : lest but little I is known t I"e\oinJ tht- -
1 just: left her at the bargain coun .r
i Fresh milk, vegetables and fruit on the place. Furnace heat. RATES: S2.CO per : ter.-It.iston! Transcript: ; fact that it I H inhabited by Indian I) The Willmer The OSBORNE
week and 1 be population Is im !'Uy on the kill!:>
and $12.00
: day up; per up.l.s" :
A small boy whore I'm'name:19 Rise (>f the river, arid (rum Pan Fens i th \\.1 //1\.1.; : ... A. OSIiORNt Prop !
: ../ ; Mr. Foster MRS. CELESTE KINKS, Proprietress. : When asked If he could eat mine" rye mining dNtrlct of Cl Callao. thong l.:"I Comlortable! Rooms Rooms Only Modern Convcnien cs
Just nodded his head I Hitli's from San I'elix. Till M. iuittKii. *
| | Table 50c 75c and -1 00 dj\
...CB.B.B.B.BOB.B.B.B.B.BB.B.B.B.B.B.BB.B.B.B.B.B.B As h* artlessly said. is about 5i.411J1'. (x-Ju..in! = of the !u Excellent Rates Moderate $2.SO to $6 00 per fer week
r
"Bring out all you'\e ,ot-I"ll trYf"chIcago I
<:1:11.0.;. Steam Heated:: Rooms II Orao(e A**
News.
- ---- --- --- :312 So. Palmetto Are., Daytona Fla.

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I THE IMPROVED QUISISANA SPA AND HOTEL ;.....................................A................

: CITY HOTEL I GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA *. The HARLAN, THESES Lake Helen, Fla. :

DAYTONA, FLORIDA. e Miles South oE Jacksonville. The Oldest Watering Place in Florida : ' " .
j i American Plan Always open New Ownership and Management J Thirty \ :' \ '' : '" '' .' ;; :, : ,: ,y : : ;,: i i iI.
I Renovated and Enlarged Good Service HOTEL I....;.:, ; ; :,t., ;: ; I, ;.. i'. ; : : : .

: T "I'.I' ]. .' : .. \\ : -. ": I. I. .. .
H. C. F. DOHM. BATHS ,''. :. ;', ;,, ; ,,, : .... i ..
Management : . . . .' ,'. .. .. -.. .
1: : *
..s....................O.NNS.....N..N..N.....010N GOLF ",. .: .1-\:1:0',1.\, ,1111.: n.n.\. r...II..' -.., ;"! : .., ..' .. I ., : Is/ Mr. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Abram Props F ,
-- SAMUEL H. GROSER Maoatcr.Isl .'...........e........................s... ............

./ .. .Mr. Foster

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.f THE PALMETTO : I HOTELINDIAN RIVER TIII-: OAKS, u.TC ):" .\. 1'1.( .1( 11t\ I


: Well DAY.TONA. FLORIDA. 5 ROCKLEDGE FLORIDA. Hotel! Indian River Co.. Prop r* ..,
. j| Known and Popular. , f. IU\'HU: MMMI**. I. ft
. the Beautiful Halifax River. ':\ ': " \ .' :'.; ; .': :: . :.:..' .. : '. t
Overlooking i K.-K: II- .i! .I.-Ill t'l.' 'tI.,4.-' .' .-. ...1 . 1 I.. .- .": : t" : I "'111'1'1: -r.KM I. j1..* Foster t-"I: :\ J'f. It. N | 1IUU : -
A Homelike and Comfortable House. First Class in all Respects. J I i'.Vhl'' >Ii"r''t"! .' t--I:: t: : -'M"-t.: ,, '. .". . .t'' .1'-\\\1'11'."I ITM III I'l .Kl.. ... 'VIII. I I

i : HATER for I'Jitln... ( :IK',, .J.IIIII.-!: : : : .111'1.1'1'I,.. ,'.._.. < ... KA.T MOKK III -> I.. I.. N \ O
.A.s" Mr. Foster C. O. CHAMBERLIN Proprietor ,.'!h'\ trot }h.r i i III' : : t| .i"t' t.du::it-til- M:L .: I I ' i I' x .. '. ,,,' -'. -I \ : : I III. T! I Illl 4'' T. ytl.
, t. : D. L. & W. H. WOOD Managers. ( .. 0 9V9*..99.0.."". >H*.&*o.ootco ..*.........et'K' ..
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, THE DAYTONA DAILY N .WIt $ .l
: page Six

I i The next step of ccuse :Is to a1:"p.::;' : : I
.. QRMOND ON.THE.HALir/ %
.J. : .. . [PRIVATE{ YACHT SKYLARK
,', -!-- ; .."" '" '.r "" :.. :.: . surfacing material, and this.. I t ) 1
: oiue
f. : .
:; ; If,2:1"; : : )\; CRITICIZES 33'' r
( \.m' ; ::.e commissioners: propose: to do MOKD US milesahofDaytona 1 -
'
\ri: the grading; I HERE FOR fEW DAYS STAY
( !: !1b ID /?' oon ES the last link on ,
,.r ;0$ f( J 11 u V 'I'1fI :s completed just north of St. AugUi! fd on the west I Dri\'t\
the boardtrade of: "If the Halifax
-"' tine.! In the meantime:
: ROADS '
..- .=i:_--=- ;'--F : THE has been active in raising sul'. i OWING TO LOW STAGE OF WATER .I Mae- locationn permit I SIritW

::cent: money to put on a temporar:} THE SKYLARK HAD SOME .ralnageand
I and DAYTONA 1 I I surfacing material: of palmetto frouJ; i I .:( sanitation; TOOrmond
II CHAS. F. ShABREEZE enterprising and i DAYTONA and sawdust. This Las proved cr.. DIFFICULTY IN GETTING INT3 .elevation 11 curb -
towns on the Hall. I TOJAYTONA. and Ideal for
BEACH value.Volusia I
great
I BURGMANTHE far Peninsula, are geographicallyone either THE H. R. Y. C. WHARF. I inter homes. Aide
f although incorporated as separate PHARMACY l : county is not asleep i bridge con and trv a r.....drill
municipalities. The towns parallel Only a few days ago a number or' The private yacht, Skylark, ol
REAL the peninsula north and south; James F. Dobbin MORE WORK IS NEEDED i prominent automobile owners' and Ana
for a distance of from three one together and decided to pine Many 1 mm now .topp4B.
I half to four miles and extend eas ProprietorDAYTONA got : south Monday afternoon and will remain are maintained on Just terntM V*
ESTATE and west from the surging seas of: BEACH HIGHWAY. straw the main highway between Day I here for several days before vitaer aids of the at KKtmN 111Cb1
COAST
ON EAST I
I MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything Usually tons: and St .AUgu6:ine as far as the I continuing her journey to St. Augustine tlver,mod of them .Boott. I
the beautiful tide water Carried In a First Volusia county line northward St surrounded by subtropical -
River, Class Drug Btor where her owner and his family
FOR sets them apart Iron to flora and.ttrubberybeaid.s I
stream that be depended on
Johns county may
which have close Our Prescription ST. AUGUSTINE MAN REPLIED TC will leave her and make their CALL
Daytona with they Department Is Com do Us share in putting the road i in" I
SEABREEZE1UMSOKIA of three to Philadelphia by rail. and
communion by means plete In every way thrifty orange OR WRITE TO t
bridges, as well as a half-hour ferry Respect CRITICISM OFFERED BY AUTO fair condition between St. Augustint I The Skylark has on board her other citrus fruit

I BOUSEPhei. service. Phone 192BRANCH MOBILE MAN IN JACKSON and Bulow which latter place is al owner. G. C. Blabon. and family of; :1't'eL MACOKORMOND
in Seabreeze and Daytona Beach an the southern end of the county I' Philadelphia who have been cruising Ormond ha many
essentially summer and winter re VILLE. know how wide attractionseaoei-
It is astonishing to the Florida Keys and in I _
sorts and are making hundreds ol among I nt aatomoblllnc.
new friends every year among those St. Augustine Record: John E. spread is the sentiment in St. John the vicinity of Miami; for the past nod ft.IIatnc. safe
SONNTAG who desire to escape the discomforting & Gilbert of the Fred E. Gilbert com county for good roads. A year age+ three months having parsed Daytona lasting and many
extremes of heat and cold, and pany of Jacksonville, automobile where communRies were ahso'uetlj; I I early in December on their way pleasant drt TV*. ir ijc Any WAY
INVESTMENT their hotels and boarding houses) NICHOLSONFEED is today strong At Ormond Beach 1TERfitrflDfS
agents and owners of one of the larg indifferent there a del I south.
located the Urge
are now receiving splendid patronage AND LIVERYSTABLE PRi TORT 15
needed improvement
this
from the most discriminating est automobile garages in the state maud for The Skylark is 60 feet in length :total Ormond and ORMOXDOR'KMONi'
"COMPANY class of tourists. : has a perfect right to criticise the It is realized that there is no other and 13 foot beam and is fitted witha :.is teaser staler the > BKACH

The ocean itself, with its marvelous : All Orders Given highway between Jacksonville! and agency that will open up the count; 50 horsepower Sterling engine. Ilretto'n la:. The"orm..r fir Will Give Tt.,
.
Desirable beach, hard as macadam and Prompt Attention Daytona by way of St. Augustine. In : to the settlers so successfully as improved and comfortablecraft occupies a Ru.ttr..Prompt
She is a'ery roomy
attraction overlook
floor,is the greatest position
Locations in smooth as a Careful Drivers and it may be reasonably Alt-stba
roads
recent issue of the Timee-Union Mr throughout1 I IJ
although earth, air and sky Famlltarwith Roads a nicely furnished ln.j the Halifax and
any part of seem to have entered into a combination Gilbert tells of the difficulties he ex :. expected that within five years I.I though of but three foot draft she tlj- latter has as Us
Scabreezeomet's : to enhance its every charm perienced in making the trip between! St. Augustine will be the center of.I had some difficulty in getting into' outlook the ma(nlant >
beach is the famous automobilerace E. A. BRANCHReal of good roads radiating to'' :|.- beach and the
The mm
these two cities. There is nothing to a system the Halifax River Yacht Club wharf, JAS.J
course where every world'sstraightaway Estate Agent the north, Picolata broad Atlantic.
: Evansville, record has been made BeachCottnges be gained attempting to d:6C'Uo.73the : Diego and Durbin on owing to the unusually low stage of: Besidesths .. broeA ORMOX, FLA. IXanufaeturrte1 I
Elk
Hcabreeze,1lorlda Indiana and and all these records it continues to a HpeclaliySELDEN'S statements made by .Mr. Gilbertin : and Tocoi to the west, ton water prevailing and iU being low I smooth beach there

hold without rivalry. his letter. It Is more than likely and Hastings and that immenselywealthy tide: when she entered. ir"many drives for.irrlagfs ParcHoawlbdtGUAVA '
The beach has a width of 300 to section extending through >-. and automobiles
that every bit of it is true. Exception
500 feet and can be used from two ,should be taken, however to thie: the entire southern end of the I II ,. Query. around Or-' JELLY[
BURDICK
L.Z.
hours after until two hours before I I I mond drives toand MAR.HAIACES
clause in his letter: "Something county. There Ls no question! that the I wonder If AX
of BEACH through of
CONTRACTORand high tide thus giving an average DAYTONA I Those kings and queensHave groves TROTKALPRESBtTB
:
a'.iveto
automobil- should be done St. Johns and Voliisia county commissioners are fully .
BUILDER seven or eight hours for Goods, Shoes, by ever tasted I golden oranges;
Cottages a Hpeclalty ing some part of each day. Dry Men's Correct ; counties at once to better the the situation in St. Johns oanty,, Pork: and beans. drives tnrouzh; trop- SpecM AttMdMta
Estimates furnished Seabreeze and Daytona Beach each Wear condition of these roads on the east: and that they are giving esrioiis consideration If they have not !>' U forests to Hpanl FasAjrOroinMUIUV .
All Work Guar- have population: of ap- It seems to me I >h ruins; drives to ass. MtPan
a permanent I bast meet the .
anteed.Seabreeze Across from coast." Surely Mr. Gilbert came as to how to -Am-rVaa V.Irodtlonnasat
proximately 15CO. Sanitary ordi- They pay a price ih- ancient Cau .
Inn
t The Hfit&lde :
Florida nances are strictly enforced, streets over the forty-foot highway! from thedividing new condition For ro'alty.I' W'T built by l7''> Wet India Kspn-4-.
.,
and sidewalks are well kept, and line between St. Johns, and And then I wonder. of planters of loose IxMiUlaaa tton-ca t'sw
V.C.GRANTPLUMBER new streets ar. being opened as fastas VORD Dural counties and to reach thatpoint March 21 In American History. Too. If they :o. and drives to E I pcwttaon..Lom.MOUKDWI .
demands A. VANDE Get pumpkin pie. plantations! of
the increasing population celebrated Indian
I he must have traveld! eover the 161G- Pocahontas. settlers,
and for If not I say iio-pttaMe
hotels boardinghouses Contractor
Besides
I I same roadway from nine miles southof heroine died at Gravesend. Eng- Their jobs do not who* places are rv
Water, steam and there is ample cottage acco- MASON WORK South Jacksonville to the Duval land; born about 1505.; Look good to me. pit1 with theinter. \
Gab KittingPhone modation for all winter visitors in Of All Hindi: 1891 -General Joseph E. Johnston. A king or queen -.t of Southern
Concrete('urhtngaHtdewaike line. It Is safe to assume that lit did I would not be.Detroit.
1052KDAYTONA both towns. ,ftc.DAYTONA noted Confederate leader: died; Free Press.Fifty frulUand flowers.Oaf .
not find any worse road between the ORANGESand
REACH All the attractiveness of Seabreeze born 1807. oi the most In
FLOtiI UAPINEHURST applies to Daytona Beach, the two BEAOHFITZGERALD St. Johns county line and Daytona 1005-The United States proposed arbitration -: I I trbtln< of these

J towns bin; io similarly situated. II than he did In his! own county.St. In the dispute with Vene t plantation It at the GrapefrultIkstOnrA1I-
The development of Daytona Beach Johns county is doing "some zuela. Years Ago Today.t h-.idwulcrs of the

Peninsula has been fully as phenominal as its & I I thing," and has been doing "something" I IDOO-Decislon by United States District March 21. ii H&Ilfax. Moundjrove.and known It

nrh otI sister on the north, and each year! OATES for many months. to improvethe i i Judge Otis J. flu mphrey granting elected is one of the fin..t'rovesonthe iron tine AotonoUte on AL Auu-
/I Daytona: Beach there is a substantial growth. The roads. The forty-foot highwayextending Immunity pleas of five officers John Snennnn was ,1J';' lined IG l1r.
Mod'-rn Conveniences. sand dunes have been leveled :I i United States senator from OhIo .. S ertlet
from la of Flori.
KnteaKrasonable. great I LAWYERS Augustine north under indictment for conspiracy: : : .t i'out HOTEL ORVOXTBced.
ofDelaware
. and handsome homes have been I I to the county line bears testimony to I, restraint uf trnde In Chicago.ASTRONOMICAL I Senator Thomas F. Hajard 1 1 'ml U amid very

Mrs. W. M..FreemanProprh for built for both winter and all-year- i Daytosa, Fla.IA the active work being done ,.by the:I I in a speech before the of err*ttr urrounJlni; Knox sir'"
round senate adroonted recognition MounJgrove Is oa
I occupancy. county commissioners.! It is true that EVENTS. ill- n.l.ton.lot Deed Comptt J JBULOW
t the Southern Confederacy.
j this road is not hard surfaced and ie I (From noon today to noon tomorrow.) I .'.-imtlac roaJ. Po totSf I II

11**************************** *** *** ** * * >**oSr***##*# I therefore not in the real sense of the' Sun sets t;-IMJicev !>:5ti; moon rises I Twenty-five'Years ago Today. I II I
word I 1:1) a m.; 12:;H p. m.. eastern time
1 a completed
highway, but it has 1 1I I
Promptly executed at \ I I vernnl ulnot. sj' ( ring beginssun I The Missouri" Pacific swuml
proved that the t |
commissioners
\ Fine Job b Printing g I done the right thing in clearing have, : ros.'ethe e''lmHof'| from southern to I an injunction against striking: : ex

i Gazette News Office. i I I grading and bringing the roadlielaboe )I northern equal the world heavens over: days;sun sets and on nights south :i Knights. of Latwr charging: conspiracy. Job PrintinFtnclj; : at. I

rp aYxisaYtttfx..x.XICYxYxY,....* .," ',.. ..,...its I highwater maik in low! p acLs. i i I pole and rises on north pole. I I

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to anyone buying to build on i 1 f: Lot 1 200x346, $1,100.

I Lots 3 and 4 each
any of these lots. I i I" 79x346 a

$750 for both $400 each. '
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These prices will be maintained JI ; .

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reserve the right to raise them I.- ;I ; 79x346, $300 each.


after that time. Q ; Lot 12, 100x346, $350.

Lot 13 100x346
1 2 I 4 j a a $400.

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tjrrDlstINCT( mVATIQHSML THE YACHT ADELAIDE II The Cause of Dreams. ....N....................4 ..........-............-.......-.......................:
HERE MONDAY .
NORTH-ABOUND. Dreams
: IN ONE OR THE OTHER. The private Adelaide the brain doe are to not a mere bad stomach fantasies or' of a : R. H. MCDONALD :
yacht, II, of
!. r f( Scranton, Pa., arrived here Monday diseased sequences! mind of events, but are which, the have natural nc- :. MEATS I Ii IA Splendid Piece off i ii

morning on her way north and after : Florida and Western :
tually taken place In life declare
(Ev ry Human Being Is to Have a Full, securing necessary supplies: preceded nn .

to!' fair, Intelligent, Opportunity For on her Journey In the afternoon.The eminent medicine.psychologist The doctor and assert professor that the ot : The Choicest Steaks and .. !I i Property j

r Eternal Life-A Second Chance For Adelaide II is a trim looking brain working while one sleeps, acts :. The Primest Roasts J I
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; Adam Only. craft 30 feet in length by 12 foot as a +
screen
which the
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thing/ that .
Tflfphone us whnt you want and w. ,
( ;;;:-, London. March beam and has a 35; horsepower ilur-. one has been doing during: the day are : will ,'ndeavor to ws. that you gt It. J if 128x220 feet Cor. Ridg&wcod and
aIG ""t 10.-Pastor Russell ey-Tregurtha engine. She is of three: reflected. lIe declares that suptr..ritlon .. Fhont*fii:; 4 f : |
preached today at foot draft. The boat is in command regarding dreams is "bosh" and .
the London Tabernacle of Capt. H. L. Cranmer, who was in adds that if one were to realize that : POULTRY J 0 Ii J Loomis Avenues. j
Irt to an overflowing charge of her when she went south'' dreams are nothing; more or less than ITh I. ?
4 house. Ills some weeks ago to meet her owner,! the photograph; of events in which : .'nrll 'ryou I..ft'ourordt'r th.. *
i text was taken 0. S. Johnson and party at :Miami one has been the chief actor a ;great 0 b'tt.T flumewi hlof: getting I
....: from Hebrews 11. who are now with her on the return: deal .will be added to one's peace ofmind. .. th. chotc.t If EDMONDSON & DONNELLY

'n.r 3: "So great sal trip. I -New York Tribune. I ........ ................: .
vation which be- II I i.....................................................
lfFToRR, hELd) gan to be spokenby I i _
I See D. F. Randolph, 40 Second1'
our Lord and 'avenue, who win: care for ....m..................... a.......e.e.............ttte
confirmed unto your -
was us by those who property ,
beard Him." during your absence. 92-31 I it's a New Book : The HAND =
. Pastor Russell observed that accordIng 1 i ForSa1 !
:' to our creeds the salvation will not WHAT CURES ECZEMA url..1; IF I it's a Souvenir Novelty, : : !'

}... --only be to great the'saintly but rather handful so little out so few of lately We have regarding had so Eczema many and other it's something in Stationery and Engraving -- PROPERTYI, -- .- .. _
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f i1 E. thought ea rtb's It thousands evident therefore of millions.that they lie make akin diseases our answer, that public we ?ale After glad careful to I CALL ON OR WRITETheH.&W.B.DREWCO. : SILVER BEACH : i i i'i ii ii :: The Lest .modern Hotel in :_

: creeds were in error and quoted the :
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Investigation we have found thata i! : Daytona; rooms completely
a .
( that the Savior would
the
prophecy see '
of the "travail of Ills soul simple wash of Oil rf Wintergreen, I' : Extending from : furnished. Will ell at a bargain :
fruitage and
,'i as compounded In I) IX I)., ran be relied I I -
be satisfied" Isaiah till 11). The Pas- upon. We would not make this I : River to Ocean : i -- or1 Itae I for live t
; tor did not believe that Jesus would statement to our patrons, friends and j N : years. -
be satisfied with His work If It rescued :
.,." merely a handful from eternal torture. neighbors although unless there we are were many sure so-called of stand +' - : FOR SALE OR RENT : -- --

He quoted various Scriptures which Eczema remedies sold we ourselves I I 45.49 W. Bay St. Jacksonville : -- : M. L. Waggoner : t
larger ,
,. afford a hope declaring that unhesitatingly lecommeud D. D. D. t tea.
God sent not His Son Into the world Proscription. I e BINGHAM THOMPSON I : : f fS
: Office People's State B..k.NNNNrr'WrnWNi :
ito damn the world but "that
the world Because-WP know .
through Him might be saved" from the tant relief to that torturing that it gives Itch In- A D:YOUR- ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND ...i.i...i.i............ .........................-.

condemnation already upon It because Bee'ause-D. D. D start' .the cure at ,
of'Father Adam's disobedience. These the foundation of the trouble SATISFACTORILY.We ;
Scriptures cannot be applied to the I Because-It cleanses, soothes and r\f.WNiWNN' riWNri'err I .
Church but must be held as applicableto heals the skin
the world. Of the Church Jesus Be,8use-1t .
enables Nature
tays MTe are not of the world." the ravages of the disease.! : to repair are'Headquarters: for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin

Theologians for centuries have missed Because-The rwoids of ten I I
the key-note of the Bible which is of complete cures of thousands of yes the China and Orangewood, New and Stocks and I

that the salvation of the saintly handful most" serious cases show that I). D U.I Exclusive Novelties. I
the true Church or Bride of the Is today recoRui/.Kl: MS the absolutely Il l
Lamb, is merely a preliminary work- reliable Eczema ruit- _. .
only the salvation of a "first-fruits" Drop Into .
our t.tir today, just to
(lames 1. IS). This first-fruits class or talk over your case with us Bonds I

"Church of the First-born" is to have I The Atwood Pharmacy :.............+.......................................*
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a different salvation entirely from that
.; which Is provided for the world. The W. M. Hanklns : The New Excursion Steamer :ITo
Church is to constitute God's Kingdom --- -- SOUTHLAND
We
offer
,. for which we pray 'Thy King : the Picturesque Tomoka Cabin t subject to prior sale and

dom God's come.will"will Under be done its Messianic on earth sway even fALLHE Li Gj :.. DAILY EXCURSIONS. IIeGant Boat ... advance the following Stocks

u in heaven. \ Elesant I'E'O-
The World's Salvation Earthly.As : pie. HuT( <'t Servile Jon and Bonds, complete description S:
DR. DAVIS, Panthera ist :> Hoard ..veparate Toil" ts for Ladies and G'ntlf'nH'nitll all Modern Con- 4 .
the Scriptures show distinctlythat u > wni'fI'f't the Popular Trice of ONE DOLLAR FOR THE ROUND TRIP. of which will be A>
the salvation of the Church or I :=. PENINSIILA..DRIVEIt7". : furnished on ap :.,
4 the Kingdom class Is to a heavenly I (+ Mud lloiiM' Mouth of,\,1..1' r'.: e I DAILY TIME SCHEDULE. ry

". plane or condition, they equally show I DAYTONA BEACH!oil 01'"* -aa.- FLORIDAlnifMiis e t I..'a\<'. Prim (;'ClrLf' Dock I>aytona. :."0 'i 1. rrI. : plication.I ::
that the salvation of the world Is dif t I ."." .
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> <: .iCVntral! liritlgc.. fa 'tClna N > > ji MI w
14 ferent-an earthly salvation. To the 1'.Itth"4pv" I. :, ,;r.' "I: ..n.tr.ii..I... . : I LI'u\'t's Peninsula |ftridgl', Sfabit, /.1', :..M)) .I. HI. Jt ;-- Ac
ntt h. iilliiL' Th. "
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Church the Apostle wrote.'e must all 11"1\0. I'I.t.ti.-. :M.I-.SHU... 01, 1.:1.Ormond Hrulgp. Orrnoiul, y':{." a. in.Iktturn + Aas
:; be changed in a moment in the twinkling a i ItllliSalt>|;nth, \. :\tni(!.llIw"!!..tIr.iitui,.ti-.Ktiftiii:Th.t: :..,..c.."I- i > to Prince George Io>ytrni. .1':.30 p. m. : : lit"wc =,
of because flesh and } ...
an eye 6)) up iili-olut' Tr-n tun'nt .it .III." I tnk 11"11' 177 1.1 ,
blood cannot inherit the Kingdom of $t.1o,1:0out, $-'."". t-t-, .. Chas. F. Burgman, Owner 1:. _. 1'1.0"" 171 .:1:...... Seabreeze, Fla. .0 1" w'
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God ((1 Corinthians :xv, root the i"0eae....soot C>mt-eeC 0 .....................................e............... lit'
world's salvation we read not of a I w
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change of nature but of a Restitutionto -I I lit.
of the nature already .e.
the perfection ..
given to man but lost through the sin I '
527,000 ==
of our first parents-redeemed through AutomobileOn i ....
Calvary.the merit of The the Institution precious sacrifice Salvation at Aeroplane vs. iI ;. Daytona, Florida, High School ::

I -which is tp come to the world throughthe I 5s dated April 1, 1909, due :;

changed and glorified Messianic I April 1, 1929. Price $103.05 :'

: Church Is described by St Peter as Famous Davtona Beach and interest yielding 4 3-4 per :w:
awaiting Its due time-the Second ComIng -
cent. Interest 1.
April ,
of Christ-"Times Restitution of
all things which God bath spoken by I st.
,the mouth of all the Holy Prophets $900 :;
lace the world began" (Acts ill. 19-23)). I ,
Florida East Coast Automobile :
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The fact Is that the Old Testament
Scriptures treat entirely of the Restitution Association, first mortgage ::
blessings. Incidentally mentionIng ':'.:' :
bonds 6s.
.. Price $100 and ;
also to the great :
things pertaining
Messiah, through Whom those blessings 1: i I IJ Ii :: interest, yielding 6 per cent a

will come. Christians have neglected I Dated July 1, 1904 due on or ":

study of the Old Testament :| :: before July 1. 1921. Interest :,
Scriptures and hence have failed to j
July 1. :
:
get their blessing. Prior to the com |I : -a k
lug of Jesus no one ever dreamed of j <: C? 000 a-
the First Resurrection change; to spirit | _M WI A

.nature. Everybody had the KeMitu I r : Florida Publishing Company. ::
'tion tlew of salvation in uiiiid-th ,
hope of bein? raised up out of death I j, . .s 6s, dated January 2, 1893. due w w':

to human perfection. Iltiue it was } _: January 2, 1913. Price $100 w'

not necessary fur the Ai ortU to emphasize ![ .. E and interest yielding 6 percent. :.;
drew I E
Rather they
this feature. C
a :as Interest July 1 and January 1. ..:
the attention of their hearers away I ..
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from the earthly prospects, which are
for the world, and gave them the mes- I ,. '--\(:: : n'I : 5240 =:
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age of the "high calling." ,. =:
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The High Calling Closing. I : i Stock of East Florida Telephone :. ", I .
Now that the "high calling" Is n Company at par. ::
accomplished : -
drawing to a close having JO
its election or salvation of the stint { > I 5500PeninsulaBridge ::
ly handful. Divine providence Is pointing ,. Iu
us back to the Old Testament ar' ? Stock at 75. :: i '
that we may appreciate more than I >>
ever the "length and breadth and ; : ft_ I v
height and depth of the love oC God t 152,500 w',
which passeth understanding." Now .
we begin to see that the Scriptures I AVIATOR J. A. D. McCUKDY IN '>r Port Tampa 5 fer cent. semi-annual :.

foretell that Israel is to be the first I Water Works bonds 30 years. Par. = '
amongst the nations to receive Mes w
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siah's blessing, as soon as His King- I Exhibitions in the Air ," 525,000 w'I. I
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dom shall have been established.. Now Daring e" .. ..
We see how all the families of the Pensacola Improvement bonds. 30 :'" ,

earth will be blessed, not only through I :' years. 4 1-2 per cent. Par. :,' I t.r .
the Spiritual Seed Abraham, typed w-
by Isaac and the Church, typed by :: 550,000 t
Rebecca but also throu Abraham's ; The Biggest Aeroplane I:Y'nt I:Yt."r Hold in the State of Florida : I'
natural seed these blessings will pro Ucita Investment Co. 6 per cent. w:atC I
ceed to every nation under heaven. will lie the Exhibitions :d *r. bonds, 12'years to run. 596. A w,, i
."All the blinded eyes shall be opened" .al, '
"All the deaf ears shall be unstopped I: ,
"The knowledge of the Lord shall fill cr Is,
the earth. "The earth shall yield her DAYTONA MARCH 28 295 30 le w; I
Increase," The wastes and deserts I Is'cr
hall blossom us the rose. I
Ultimately the Paradise of Eden w.wA i I
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bloom world-wlde-God's
footstool made again glorious. The rcsur- I A total of five flights will be made in three days, the flights to include a ruMon the Iiciirh esr ew'_: _..

,ftction of the dead is the salvation with the fastest iiiifoniohHr that can be secured and a flight at high altitude over the Halifax tl

which God has promised, even n river and the city of Daytona, ,
,L' death Itself Is the penalty which lIe I r cflry RAD.DATES REALTY TITLE ft.AND
!has proclaimed for sin. The resurrection I These flights are to be given under the auspices of the Hotel Men's Association and the Daytona a R w.,

will not only include the awaken I Board of Trade and special arrangements have been made to accommodate the crowds
ing of those who have gone into the x
-' tomb, but additionally, the uplifting/ 1 cy INSURANCE CO. I\f.\ A

'-- (resurrecting) of Adam and all His i I THE KVKNTSA Crr w, 7
fatally from sin and death conditions, : NO CHARGE TO SEE : A'

"weaknesses meanness, depravity, etc. CONRAD BLOCK PHONE ;
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._. -up to full human perfection thu A Splendid Chance tu See Daytona Prettiest Winter liesort in the World. =ale
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JUST RECEIVED[ [ GIVEN AWAY i :. BARNESTHE 5. tI \Ve have just ,
i AUTO VEILS! AND SCARfS i BICYCLE made
The largest '.U FREE : NOVELTY MAN : I: Ready, = received a new
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: ====================== ========1. shipment ever : ;. . *. Sfwlna Mai'liUi-"'.. dies'
TV i,,'writer-., <'rot'k.-r>', Iu\\nr., . i TX Ready-made Dresses in
: displayed in the city. We are prepared for the demand : : See the handsome Dayton Bicycle : .. r'utl.rx.Notion.. FNhlnx Tackle Toys and N S I resses white and colors. Also White

: which : : in our window. We are giving :: Skirts,Coat Suits Rain Coats
: BARNES .
theAVIATION this wheel away Absolutely Free. i
MEET i : No lottery. InquireSHEPPARD'S : U Will nl lo frnnif your Picture, tt: .. and Automobile Coats.
. I4aiup-.iind finl.relliis.-liurix-n$-n
ON . your I .
'ourMlLw"undoth'rTool..llndr..pnlr Wt have-a complete! line of 811 lilt WAISTS popular prto-: It
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I = will create and can suit the most fastidious. All prices, : : GROCERY : .. almost In fact an>tlilng for : nyrv-ant call of on w hack .. I pay to look them OT before you buy rlsewhrre.

e sizes and qualities. : . U A

.U -- -- -. --- O. j. West End of Central Bridge .j :. BARNESTHE :. I The Chas. Gardiner{ Co.

The Peck-Hendricks Company s'5'v : NOVELTY MAN U
: Fresh Ham Eggs and Bacon. : S .T<>Mout b'B.-nc-h Htrtt, IIIL>tona. Kla. .. I.
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OUR WHOLE TIME IS : DAYTONA PRODUCE BiUSE>: |'s
i DEVOTED TOBicycles
I Crystal TheatreHighClass .
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etables and Fruit
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l help we can do the most .
) i satisfactory work Phone Orden
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111 1 DAYTONA : J. W. Ball & Son ;

: I Opposite the Yacht Club : No. 237 North Beach Si. .P...55.. :
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THEATREFIFTH Motion Pictures
7Z4 W. M. SHAFFNR !

i 300 MINERS

Real Estate and ;
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TONIGHTI

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Chicago Glee ClubAT Open Daily at 2:20XEW i iI i .!-i ,

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HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM tillEVERY HOUR : :.i.

8:15: P. M. .
TO DISPERSE RIOTERS }.,.. ,

Best Vocal and Instrumental **If Mrs. W.V, Carter will callat Will Etch went over to Orlando 1 I I CHILDREN'S EYES

News office before tomorrow Osceola: SERIOUS BATTLE IS EXPECTED
the from
Daily Monday as a delegate Cannot be too carefully: lalepar4a1.tor .
Quartette of the Season. i night she will be presentedwith Tribe. No. 21. Imp. O. K. :XI.. of this, THIS AFTERNOON BETWEEN they (have but one pair to Ut
iI I two tickets to the Crystal the- city to the Grand Council of the order lifetime.. If there are indication

Admission 50 Cents ater. _. in session Pn Orlando this wtek. '| ARMED MINERS AND THE of anything wrong won your cliIU'i i
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- lie was accompanied by J. H. Sweet
eyes bring htm or her and I w3 fit
iI *Finest vocal and irstrumental STATE TROOPS.SPIUGFIELD
a member of Sitting( Hull lodge. No. : tbem with Glasses to correct the :
I quartette the Chicago Glee Cub: 247.: of Asbury Park. N. J., who i.SI I 111., March 21-A trouble.. If medical treatment is net ':
fifth lyceum number, at high school a guest at the Morgan hotel. I
!. very serious situation Is threatened easarjr I will ten you so.
r. .. I I auditorium tonight. -- i''at' Gillespie.< where 300 armed miners

j :Mrs. Scott Jones, sister ar.d daughter NOT TO APPEAR IN DAYTONA; \ are facing a detachment of the state Dr. Neville H. Clark

SMALL DEPOSITORS. who have been located in the militia sent there to quell riots.

east half of the John Case residenceon MADAME LABADIE LfA VB. I I I The armed men are defying the OptometristLook

There art several reasons why we welcome small d..poilton and con+Id.-r It Volusia avenue since the first of state soldiers and a serious battle is for the Sign of the EYE.
a matter of good buHlnon"' policy to give equal attention to small and large accounts.It January, >Monday: their I j expected this afternoon un'ess the
Is just as HHtUfactory for u*to rer lre several small accounts BIt r"lClLtinlC. oa I I ..
the same ni one li rn;"one, liecauw, although there Is thro- owes th.- Iroke.ptng return to West Jefferson, Ohio. ARTIST WILL APPEAR BEFORE miners obey the ordeiti and dlapeae. ,
Involved, that It more than offset by the possibilities of development of tlirttdifferent I I II
ite('ounta. We also want to help our customers Incrcaic their bu..lluand I
deposltx. s*FOR S.\LI--E. M. F. Touring I AN AUDIENCE IN CASINO AT !!
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\\'. will IM Kind to talk our banking: relation with you nt IL nUn 'and pledgeourselves I GREEN GOODS
ly tosei-veyourinterests futthtutlywionyouintrutyour buineto l this I Car in fii ?t-ca.ss condition; fully
TAMPA
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bank.PEOPLE'S. '
equipped. Marshall Gardiner 110 OPERATORSMAY
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Extremely low tides are prevailingin It U announced by the managemen'
FLORIDA. the river probably due to equallylow : tor Madame Harriet Labadie that STRIKE We are carrying a completeline

I President,H. I'. LKLVND.: Cathler. )1. E.('.11TER tides on the ocean beach asthexe ; of Green groceries. including
her appearance March 21, in Daytona.
i Vico-l'reddentiO. B. H":.\:\ .\. \1. L. WAOUONUlt.Airs. : I i
have been no.p.t\ or northwest :
wilt not take place, owing to the lack ,;
winds to drive the waterfront the I
of appreciation and the poor response i i ASK
river, usually the cause of a low RAISE.I
U-7 Pl is p stage of water. I shown by the public in lending their I Golden Wax Beans

; I I1 II support to an event of this ordr.. I
:Mrs. Josephine Xorrls, a sister of I! l I Green Beans
Madame Labadie. who has been '
Messrs. II. B. and E. II. Mace:, has KEY MEN ON THREE ROADS I
LOCALSPERSONALSt1 I( ing in this vicinity for the last ret't'l
purchased of I). J. Johnson of Union- CucumbersCauliflower
town Pa., the residence property on!i I weeks, will leave tomorrow accompanied ISSUE ULTIMATUM 1 TODAY.

Orange avenue now occupied by Mr. by her secretary alias Ida !

-. and :Mrs. :M. L. Waggoner and recently Wilshire, for Tampa where a buc-i
I transferred;; by them toIr. C't'fi.Sful ACTION TAKEN FOLLOWING Tomatoes
appearance Thursday, at the
( returned
C. M. McDonald tae The Bee Hive is overstocked orr I Johnson in exchange for other prop
from a few days' visit xx-Kh friends laces and embroideries and same are erty. Casino, is anticipated for this great STRIKE VOTE AMONG THE 5- PeppersThey

at Port Orange and New Smyrna. being offered at 20 per cent below artist the advance booking showing
----- 000 OPERATORS INVOLVED IN
J actual values. Call and see ftem.9H( splendid results.
Chicago Glee Club, fifth lyceum' FOR S.Lllsira'e furn'sb
residence i I :Madame Lit bad ie will THE MATTER. are Always Fresh.
course: at lush school auditorium to- Charlton Wilder is at home for a on river front immediately return toSeabreeze

nfght. couple of weeks visit with his parents opposite Daytona; modern. improvements for the week end before CHICAGO. March 21-Following a
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wilder, ani garage and ser>ants' cottape.Ix I leaving to fulfil tier engagements in I >tr:ke vote the telegraphers of the
sold his! >t 110 feet front, running through to Florida; prior to her departure forth
Capt. C..M. McDonald uus hs: brother. Tom. at Daytona Beach Illinois Cwntral, Rock Island and St.
launch, the Maggie to Mr.Veaxer, having armed from the north Monday Ocean beach; fine fruit and shade I I north.jGREENE. I Paul systems today opened neKOt.a i DAYTONACOLD
owner of the houseboat: Dakota and afternoon. trees; new dock; house in excellent: lions with the companies for an increase '
has alto sold II. T. Johnson's boat, condition. W. M. Shaffner a ent. AND GAYNOR in wages. I STORAGE CO.

the Bullett to C. S. Clark. Chicago Glee Club, instrumentaland 88-eod-uf TRIALS ARE BEGUN. A n.tal of :i,o oo operators are molxed -

vocal quartette, fine entertainment -- |i ATITMarch 21-The trialof I \' and a strike: which will tie upthe L :JR. D. JOHNSON, Mir;
**F OIL S.\LE-C. M. F. Touring Mrs. James T. Ph.| : I
; .Mr
I at high fthool auditorium tot ;.s : Greene and: (ia nor was: ; ('('Ill IHt'tIr- I three systems ma> result. _
car in first-lass condition; fully night. Charles Wood and Mr. and Mrs Wm ed latt this' aft -t'tunin.
equipped. SO Cedar: avenue. :St; I Cheney, all of Boston. :Mass., ,,"ha: AN AVIATORS COMPANY ;

---' have been guests at the Indian! hotel WHEAT QUARTER LOWER I CHARTERED AT MEMPHIS. } IIb DAYS'IUSpringy
Mrs. Wicluuaun, who has been Edward J. Martel. who has been for several week.d"parted Monday
j ON GOOD CROP REPORTS: .MEMPHIS. Manh1: The AUI.M '
I
serving as an operator in the local
brother
spending the season with lur for St. Augustine where th>y
office of the Wes'em Union here, rilirvtiO. ran ,\\-Mtora conipciny waKraut I "d l'j')
March
s II.V., lloyd and wife at Sea will spend a week before continuum 21-Wheat opened / Sale
left Tuesday for Jacksonville, from easi.r li.irtt-r here today Th company ;
and 1-S
breeze, left Monday on her return to their journey northward. Mrs. Phelps to 1-4 lower oni .
Canada. I which place he will sail for Xew i lower tables and KOCH !! < .tp:t.ili/i:! d at $:;.IIWIH, and %V.Ii hold
}Forest Ontario and Mrs. Wood are 101111 of Ir.-. i crop reports
: York and proceed \Yoodsville X. May . :l\.al.oll lntttiliL'-; all OM-I the! "Uth
W \V. Carter of this city. [l was quoted at !sii 3.,( Pro\i i. Ii i
*Chotce, fancy oranges for sale II., where he us employed as a dispatcher i sans were active and strong. M.ix i ll>'\t SlMUIU'T_ March 29

by box, $2, at Big Tree grove. for the Boston & Maine rail For Sale or Rent. '. pork, $1 JtUt'; lard. $8.8:!; rid:. $9 ::u. \I -
73: -friltu-4t. road. Hogs were five to ten lower and (' if. N.0..................eeoe
The handsome cottage and lot wth: '
,
tie : tron..
-- - - r ToAprillClothing
flowers, fruit and shrubbery, corner Beautiful I
Charles Winard, who lu.s been in *LOST-Eyegla:6f.s, between VoTu- Peninsula Drive and Halifax avenue. ;

the city with C. T. Van Stoenburgh, sia Ave. and South St., via: Beach St,, Apply to Bingham & Thompson Daytona i' Flowers and Scents. I Home Sites --
of the Educational Exhibits company, Magnolia and Ridgewood Ave's. Return tuefri4fwlt Some flowers appear to change:: their I

of New York departed Monday on to G. B. Seaman and get re- scents at different times. The common ln I Shoes
-
I lulling et. mi Ibvu ti. ltlami. \ r
his return to that city. Mr. Stet u. ward. 90-tt W. lIlotzien Jasmine tlowers when first opened Int. i.lor lots, for ..il-: '
burgh and Cecil Pettepher are still ----- was aisuor at have: a delicate! fresh perfume which <-t..I1", half; 111110.! 1 I..low South I II
Hawks Park Monday to arrange!;!; for after time becomes I I t rlil.:. "ntli> !'. _
here. a grosser and attracts nlnsiila l>rl\> i Furnishings.TO
.
I a shipment of between 4,'its) and .",.- ldr.-> .'. o. 'o\ I.>, 01 MrH. -. .
__---- Rexall"93"Hair I I 0 H) pounds of palmetto berries, bluebottle tIles Flowers of the : :M.. 1...btdn,, on Hi. pi. III' I :
orchid I I-
Odontoglossum -
Fifth lyceum number Chicago which he had secured through A. .\. ; hebralcum havea

Glee Club at high school auditorium Tonic Wilkinson of that place. :Mr. Uot.enin scent cinnamon at different fragrance periods and a hawthorn of their IT WILL PAY YOU TO IN. !I'' 10 Per Cent

tonight. ,
to receive a good prife fur tho.-. bloom VESTIGATE. '

--- berries in New York as they are m.wwry ......................I
Col. D. II. Stoner and two daughters scarce and Mr. Ilotru-n
th.l nk _
Misses Mamo M. and \nna M. 50c. in fact, that there are no nmr- .-:! .-..-..-................................................ '; DiscountTEN

Stoner of Pittsburg are visitors\ in I the state. The beriies anii>. II '11:' : : 5Q
Daytona and guests at the LeVergne med.c; ':.nil: purpoht.( '_
mansion. Colonel Stoner is a retired a bottle. The best preparation on -'-- j Cement Walks i
the market to cure dandruff, fall-
United States: officer had for D A 'IS ONLY
: army Sold rt I" P ft ft buys a furnished Beach .
hair etc.
years was one of the crack shot; of ing only atYoungs \ T T 11 11 street residence; 8 rooms i .

the army lie and lias daughters aj-v Ul/UUU and bath; modern improvements ; A. Vandevord Daytona Beach |
delighted with Daytona and vicinitj. Pharmacy : lot 50 by about 290 feet. Ad- THE FOSTER CO.

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