Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00247
 Material Information
Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: March 22, 1911
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00247
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
alephbibnum - 002072230
lccn - sn 93063916

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i a*!? Every Evening Except Sunday Daring December. January February and March at the Prettiest lAter Resort in F1onda.Sixth .

".a Season-No., 95 DAYTONA FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY MARCH 22, 1911 15 Cents per Wetk

I'f RED HOT 'SALE W. H. WRIGHT :: :: DL IOOAMYOti'S BOsmU ad SANITARIUM[ RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies, Stationery and Havana SmokersOnly

First Avenue. Daytona. FU. PRICES Books
Two tickets to Crystal theater for tomorrow .. Painting Twentv-six large. airy rooms newly first quality well cured tobacco -
: night a\ Dally Newt office Paper Hanging furnished and fitted thro-izhout with Disposition! to Treat You RUht. GEO. H. CLARK used.
" for Nellie Billing.
; all hospitaieonyenlencee. Thoroughly Let Us Be Your Jewelers.L. .
WA.LLA"CES' Decorating floor.equipped operating room on second Waterman Fountain Pens, News Vet Cave Manufacturer

'J" 219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Phone iSi Kor terms C. C.address BOrlANNON. M. D. H. ROWE & CO. Papers and Periodicals Daytona, Florida.



I -'. 'i. WOULD WORK COUNTY-'FOR This matter has been: brought to TWO MEXICANS ARE KILLED
I the attention of the Daytona board A pure white oil for lubricating and

l: .<, MONEY TO BUILD HIGHWAY.IJAYTONA of will trade take and,the this matter civic up at organization once with! rust prevention. Will not gum. BY UNITED STATES TR8WS.INSURRECTOS .

J, the purpose of enlisting the people ol;
Ir this section against the scheme. The TO ARRIVE
'., board of trade will also use its Influence HARDWARE CO.

:p'MUST\ WAKE UP TO "PREVENT to enlist all residents of the "If You D..', Trade With Us We Both Lose M....." I SACK TOWN AND ATTEMPT TO
county against the proposition to


The road to Sanford Orlando and
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the southwest ,should be improved,

I f,. Unless the people of .Daytona and but the shortest and best route can NO SCHOOL L TROUBLE IS S.XTO IO. Tex., March 22.- f

DeLand get busy, and busy at once be obtained by improving and us-'ng: &M'CURDY IS IN WASHINGTON; A battle In which two Mexicans were '
road 'already built as far as Orange I
traveled killed and than :200: shots Crtd
they stand to lose the main more
City and building a short stretch SELLS[ AEROPLANES[ [ TO ARMY !
road between the East Coast and
,of new highway to the Orange coun THREE DAYSNEXT TUREATfNEDBY has been fought on American soil between

Sanford. t6 ty line, Inducing the Orange county the ittsurrfctos and armed
This! development has just come
Americans at CbJshos Springs
commissioners to meet this road witha I I MAKES EXHIBITION FLIGHTS IN I
light through the work which has Sanford As a result a large number of the

been quietly carried on ,by a' land new highway from from Sanford to to THE CAPITAL CITY TO DEMON: United States regulars now encampedhere
a new highway WEEK. I BY BIG
syndicate which has been ,be n Ferry. STRATE THE USE OF THE AIR
every effort to change ;,the of mediately. Two troojti of cavalry

road travel from Daytona to DeLand I! MACHINES.J. were rushed to Chlshos Springs to

to .have the main road runt from New I A. D. McCurdy, who is to give insurrectoa had crossed the

Smyrna west to Lake Helen, south I flights here next week, is expected Rio rande river sacked the town, destroyed -

to Osteen and around the lower end TO SEE AIR EXHIBITIONS. .Ii DEMANDING TWO PRISONERS. I I to leave Washington. in a few days property and attempted to

of Lake Munroe to Sanford.If i I for Daytona. He has been therein drive away ,herd of cattle. The citizens
+ this new road is put through it I conference with Secretary ofVai were at first surprised but the
abandonment BOARD DECIDES TO DISMISS THE CHICAGO POLICE SUCCEEDS IN Dickinson and has closed a deal fox I
will mean the practical citizens immediately formed a body
: of the Daytona-DeLand road on WHITE AND COLORED SCHOOLSFOR DRIVING AWAY MOB WHICH I II the sale of two aeroplanes- the armed themselves and gave battle to

which 100,000 has. already been IN TRAINS. I United States! army, for use along the rebel: driving them back acrow

spent and the appropniatiion of large THREE DAYS WHILE Me- DEMANDS TWO BLACK HAND the Mexican border. the river. Then they notified the

soma of money by the county for the .1 I McCurdy made a flight three days army authorities.
building of a new road, which will ago Washington, using the plaza

{e' serve a far less percentage of the I I THROUGH TRAINS COME OFF Even the school kids are to be CHICAGO, March 22-An Italian I!south of the White House as a landIng Conference With JApWASIIIXGTOX. -

residents of the county than does : place. The flights were successful March :.-Fr I'
considered while McCuirdy Is in the mob in front of the West Chicago '
the present road. I and were witnessed by representatives dent Taft today arranged for a conference
I I MONTH. city next week and the local! school avenue police station which believed
The new road would serve but a AFTER \4TO\\ OF NEXT I was I of several foreign govern'ments with Japanese AmbasdtJrUcblda k

few of the people In the extreme trustees have decided to dismissthe to be planning the rescue of I especially the representatives this afternoon. It 10 be'Ievwl

south and west part of' Voluaia. county .r white and colored schoo's duringthe two black hand prisoners was dispersed -I, of several South .American rft the eonfgtv'nce to the result of*tt.
while U the present route Is Im- three days of aviation exMb't- by the police after a short I publics who are becoming more and recent Japanese war scare In connection -

proved and kept -up it will serve the THROUGH SLEEPERS TO bitions Tuesday Wednesday and fight. ,I more interested in the advantages of I with the Mexican a'xuatoo.: 1

whole central, northern and western Thursday.No The Italians were driven away buthave the air craft for use in warfare. They 4
of the county. NEW YORK ON THEIR LOCAL I have realized the necessity: of keeping
portion been reforming since noon anda
charge to see these events is I
The route from the East I pace with their neighbors of SYMPATHY
present large detachment of policemen i is
TRAINS. to be made and there will be no s-es-I :
Sanford Is' west from Daytona the north. .
Coast to sions of the public school the three awaiting the attack on the police! '
over the DeLand road to the Announcement- I days, so the school children will be
county seat and south from DeLand by the Florida East Coast railroad free to witness the sensational flights German governments were also }present
Orange City to Enterprise.! 1 at the trial flights there, as the fROM TAfT
that the through New York trains and the race with the automobile on TWO CASES IN COURT;
Up to this point the highway is said I CurtLss machine is considered to be

,to be in fairly good condition but; will be discontinued after Tuesday, the From beach.present indications the city I HENRY SCHMIDT JUDGE. especially adapted to aerial warfare

from Enterprise. to Sanford the route i April 4 and the schedules of other Wednesday: was a quiet: day tin the i I and Curt.ss: is the only aviator who
will be crowded with visitors the
'( around ,the south ends rearrangedat I :has attempted difficult fea's In the fOR BOOKER.
takes detour will be
:ten a trains three days of the air exhibitions. court of the mayor, only two cases :!
of Lake Munroe. The logical course I air to illustrate the many uses of
that time. being for trial before the city ex
commissioners! to pursue I the aeroplane in war, ouch as dropping _
9. for county After the discontinuation of the EFFECTS OF IMMUNITY BATH t.cuth eo. In one of these the major
,' In this 'highway matter to builda bombs sending winlessfrom
i York rains through HAVE NOW ALL DISAPPERED.i was the complainant and Henry
cut off from Orange City to through New I aloft and so on. / FAITH IN I MORAL CHARACTER
Schmidt president of the city council
the Orange county line at Thrasher's sleeping cars will be operated daily' CIHC.GO.Iarch 22 Ft.'d'ral McCurdj's mechanics ire awaiting

to induce the Orange county: and 3S the Seaboard Judge Carpenter in a decision: one I was called In. to serve as trial his! arrival, the machines havingbeen ;
Ferry, en trains 37 over judze. In this case Mrs. Annie Gibbers i I IS EXPRESSED[ BY PRESIDENT.[
commissioners to improve the Air Line and Atlantic: Coast demurrers charging ten Chicago! was charged with throwing paper { a!'sftmbl{tl. George; Desjardinesj

highway north and west from Sanford packers with conspiracy in ('On nee- '' i was on the beach Tuesday afternixmwith ----
Line, two cars operi: from on the street and refusing to
to meet the new ,road at the tion with the alleged beef trust today i I the powerful t Iij horsepowerWelch COLORED MAN WILL PUSH THE
county line which they have votedto Kn.,hts Key and Miami and two ruled that the "Immunity bath" pick it up after being ordered to by i and covered home fa-st mileHe -*.
A the She lined $1 and
do. I If I cars from St. Augustine one car administered them in l'J07; is not now I' major. was : is to race :McCurdy. The car i i.s CHARGE AGAINST ULRICH, I
costs Judstt Schmidt.:
by !
f This route would make a much from each point via. each line. These in force and the packers must stand Before Mayor Titus Francis Ford I considered able to develop a sped<< WHO IS SAID TO HAVE SUDDENLY -

shorter one than the one proposed i cars will be operated through to and trial on the present criminal indictment i of 5M miles an hour. I
vas fined $1" and cnwtfor speeding
.' and now being pushed through by from New York. i :' .!..to'iml .'.. within the city limits. DISAPPEARED. ,

;, tie laid syndicate at New Smyrna']:' Trains Nos. 29 and 30, the local 1-- - _______=_ -.: I ---- I RACING GAME[ IS DOOMED[ I II :-a- \\' YORK Maiih :._-I took* r T.
: and would save the county thousands day trains, will be continued practically II
i; I Washington this ute n.i..,s r. < '-".fI an
\ of dollars by utilizing roads now built as at the present time. Trans: \'
I A Lost I aiit4 ral.1I| l le tt,-r hum I'I.-"id nt Taft III
e : and in use, instead of abondoning 37 and 38, the night trains, will leave IN I l STATE[ Of M YORK. ottering sympathy and il..,-Jar,m; hi
if the work which has cost! a large sum Jacksonville at 4 o'clock p. m. and
< UIt'lIhl1"f', ; in the integry: atul moral
of money, to sink still larger sumsin arrive at Jacksonville at 9:;;.0 o'clock I 1.
of the colored Ju 'aU a
character -< < >r. t
building new roads which will a. m. The new train put on titsweek Opportunity. JOCKEY CLUB CANCELS RACING
I W."ltill"OQ. will' pi,ih the ('hariptlb
far less number of persons i! leaving New Smyrna at 1 P- k I
serve a ;
IN STATE THIS YEAR AND ,\ault, against Albert 1'lrich. whft,
To show that the people of the m., arriving Jacksonville at C p. m. I Y"Iof:.n lu-.ir the "xpre..; 'ion. "It ,
.1 is reported today, tend *u4d aljr
ventral, east north and wtet portions and leaving Jacksonville at 8:0::! p. ) t.ikt.moiifv to make nionej." It is : BACKERS OF GAME WILL LOSE disappeared. It.e Mpo>,.... tit.0"" "
wise to the m., and arriving at New Smyrna at I .
the are
of county
r tin* Tin ta':Inn-- stand around and man in the ('a.to ." no' I l"lr.h legal
little scheme of'the land syndicate, 1 p. in, will be continued as Ions as i I HEAVILY. 1
: w.ul that if theonly had money at I T I wife
petitions should ,be prepared for presentation needed. i NEW tOKK. Ial'dl"hull h _
cf county commissioners i :i ("i-rtuin time, they could have made '
to the board 1 I : efforts will be made to hate the anti EXPLOSION OF POWDER

,:" protesting against tttai: OUR SCENIC BEAUTIESON in:nt y, lots of it. Sure thing The: race track belt.ins laws repealed bj WRECKS PLANT IN OHIO.

F waste of public money for building MOVING PICTURE SCREEN. burning! ; question then is i how' to get the legislature:: is it R eDt>rally bIi :-\"-

1- es expensive private thoroughfare, and I The Great Auto Parade on Ocean I IIt's the money. You will not find it rolling ed today that the action of the J'.kHkey TOUT CIJ.VTO.N. O. March :::: -
these petitions should be circulated i a waste" of money to pay more : club in lII.t'lIinK; this > ar'.s ra<"- .'.\,- hundred |wand-
.J through all sections which will be II; Beach Crossing.the Halifax ore r the than our price for Groceries and l! ; inrTiill nor be able to pluck it off tug in New York state *.als the plod- today nntkhx rite plant: of

( banned by the scheme, and signed by I South Bridge and View of the Daytona Vegetable for better quality cannot the bushes. You had just as well face doom of racing in the state. the Ain< r''<'aii (i>'p inu I ouipauy Flue

s.-., every citizen. I I Water Front, the Ocean, He-ach be had. We earnestly solicit an I i the situation squarely.I There L. but This action will cost the various pervuis wennjiind: tire.f whew

\\t"- in Winter Time Tomoka River Jour opportunity to fill a trial order, assuring one way, if you are trying to make a I racing tabhi-hmentfe over $:.","f'U,- may die. F

ney to Upper Cabin, Tomoka Excursion I start. It !ito save. Start a bank al'- .MM>. Ij there i.n< :indication MX>II --- --- -- ----
of entire satisfaction.
Steamer "SOl'TH- you of "uce'saiaiI,-1 the anti ra< law *
t ;nP .I Party on count. As soon as you can, lay another -
LAND," Ocean Boulevard and the the tiirtnn w 11 *1i:1':}' thf ir i ..;\dI.- '
'V dollar Lt'Sidethe one in the r CHURCH, Druggist
Hotel Picking Mulberriesin abrtntdS
Clarendon ,
'no f. 17
(/ early March, Wild Dud: in Motion I' bank. Your 6ignaturewill bring thm '-1/ 1 / Beach ilrrrl

at Cocoa Pelicans and their CONRAD GROCERYCOMPANY when the opportunity conies,; to in- .......................... vf: Daytona, FIord;

I The Man Who Missed Young on Pelican Island. All in motion of the \'e.t., The failures may *... opportunity I S DAILY STOCK MARKET[ REPORT[ i I ;: 'UcllmS: toed f&r tla. bahv

foregoing views presented but it I lost to th -m. It wul
a Thousand. pictures. Followed by special request .......................... Protect Your Clothes Feathers 1
he open to you I
I' moneymaking He missed It because business: ne could enguR.not.inent.keep lie n of private collection of handsomely : the: !bank Stan now. IUn.adv N'K\\ OKK.:. Man'li JJ: Strxks. . I Furs Carpet.. eK withAlothaline

could not kepth.engagement because: fret hecould colored stereopticon views of Tht- to... ret (.f all l,,sns: ; "-ti'the '("'--" :- *ncd Mm; wh: >: not make the time because his
if' stand In Daytona, Seabreeze, Daytona Beach . 11'l"all.-1' <,1 t .i beth'r tomIn
I..': hurt Dout let a small obstacle t.-ulv d"lu!
your way. Dont have aching feet. Have and the East Coast in general presenting 'PHONE 61.Daytona. M, :\.4 i in u'a r". ('(t'ton.1.." st; "'ud;: j \
no corn GetNYalrs '
river and ocean scenes, palm i at "I. to two lovr

Corn CureAnd groves, pineapple fields, and many ; LodgeNo. I MERCHANTSBANK 4j.. II ,.;o.. i iI
3b,1 1141 I
you will stand letter chance to win. scenes of historic and local inter -* \llIaalllat.; :, li I t'oplr TN. ',1, .

t 23 cent the bottle.HANKINS along the East Coast. Musical -... B. P. 0. E. >work xiipt-nkt.'>A.ntriili = Ohio 1iii. '"*.;, -. ; It may be placed in direct
l 1.II.h! \'"If.I t !",
lections during prO 'Ttt' of enterta n : Meets Every Tuesday ; I N'.rt b.: rn l l'i I: .' -'iIt I contact with the most delicate
The Druggist, nient. Wednesday. March I'l'!. on'ilman's :v. 3 Evening. Visiting I'-nn-vlMii, ,, lo'..*-

AT THE PLACE \\ opera house, Seabrt'ez-\ A Members Invited. I I A D.J.McBRIDE B. CONRAD.President Vice.President f t..oiith.". k I-I.-n II': :'I, ', HI1. I fabrics without fear of injuryby
tel :.m' T. E. Fitzgerald, E. R. I'i,ion !" ';v
Where Volusia Meets Beach. p. m., orchestra seats T.O cents; general Geo.r. Crouch, Sec. F. N. CONRAD. Cashier 1'.1'4,1'4.. "*.- stain or bleachrag.
I Telephone 69 admission: ::> cent,. j 4-2!'t ; : F. J, NIVER. Asst Cashier do f -

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V Dealer i l I
p PIANOS aad DELAND the county seat of
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F Concert Tuner is situated 23 miles southwest of

PIANOS fOR RINT COUNTYBANK Daytona and is reached from.the latter UNIVERSITY

city by an excellent hardsurfaceroad DKLAND. FLA.
recently constructed. Four Oollrite* tnd j
FLA. Technical 5-boots
DELAND, At DeLand is located the John B. Equipment ro.t.
log n-irljr | iM t.
THE $100,000Surplus Stetson University one of the lead. Endowment :ssi.aVI),
Capital Faculty of n pro-
.2. ., educational institutions of the
- -- - ing feints .
$50,000.D.MrBRlDE and I
Women Datrueto
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-r,- -s;:= South. Because of the interest in ,*.I'hrtttgi[ .

n.me 77 lor :., -::- Exchange A. matters educational DeLand is knownas but aon-a.,1,5 T.-a'hltlC.>
'''-.- -.. FlUrhili. President/- For Infornuuioo
ICE CREAM ::::- I. th. t..t "The Athens of Florida.
-.: Proit h 't'ltli.Ia addV..:
4 V z- V V I J-: \... r y t h I n J. B.CON HA I). Stetson University haTa faculty of Lincoln !IlIllqPh. .
quality. President
DJ ; & st 5. I \Vlcc- Thereare !'_ Lltt.l>..
MILLS' ; *Sv lL B. A. woo>'. 50 professors and instructors. .is I*.
V Ca&hterDREKA'S< ..ova $400,000 in buildings and Prsd'-n'
European ... ...%. p .
---- endowment
''' -- =- $300,000
V -.1I ';: ;.tI equipment;
I Restaurant I II
I I _-L1 fact must be apparent to the most ; Carnegie, Library alone representing j. v. mm
IISISISISISISISIUOISSISI By superficial observer. With such lavish an investment in building,

finiSHINOS One of Daytona's crowning glories vseiltb of natural beauty it be- DEPARTMENT. endowment and books, of more than

SHOES AND Is her incomparable beadh. No BUSINESS AND came an easy thing for the hand of STORE $120,000. The library is the United Attorney andCounsellor

who haj ever set foot upon Its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS the finishing touches States Government depository for the
J5 It Pays to Trade atS" : one I train to give I
I smooth, packed sands: no one whoever "which! have wrought out the1 colors EVERYTHING State 'of Florida and contains over

Peck's Bargain House : : pedaled a bicycle over Its ex- and outlines- of the big picture. ITO EAT I 15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one at Lawwill

J 112 South Beach Street.si.i.i.i..i.isi.ii.usi. : drove a WEARTOUSE', withits
who ever TO newest of 16 buildings,
pans:;; no one out of the
...... .. Man did all this in the laying .
.. pair of horses and listened .. represents an outlay i .
prancing - of the streets with their wide marginsof furnishings Pmeti. latnat

..........s.....i......... to the popping of their steel shoes ........................B. parkage. The entire city becomesa Reading.... Uooinv 1. of 60000. Elizabeth Hall is one of antiFederal

: UHG WAR-CHINESE LAUNDRY : upon Its aspbaltum-like face; no one S great park, with driveways intergspitins Elevator Hervlcojr the most beautiful college buildingsin

: t\3 no. BEACH ST.. DAYTONA, FLA. who ever steered a high-power automobile : E. S. HALL : miles of driveways Rest Room the: South. COU."t1flwLtSD.
Dreis Shirts IJINlRht: Hhlrts 10. S miles: upon
a White Hhlrts Woolen Hhlrts 10 down the broad stretch of a ", has population of about
motorists The city a
V to attract
and 1,0 gt'w as :
Cheek ShIrts Mlnderkhlrts! 8 and surf-packed sand : : G. A. DREKA & CO.
settled country
1ew Shirts is!Drapers 8 from all over the continmt.And ? 3,500with a thickly : FLA.
V = Shirts collar ntt. IS'$ocks. per pair 8 : but realized that it i is a world beater I No Palmetto*>. : I 1)ELANI'FLA DeLand proper is five
OotlAriort'utTs 2''iHHn price \sorld-wonder.. upon S Johns River, on
Ladles clothes at corresponding S.iSiiisiSi like granite miles east of the St
look act
............isis ius....iisi this wile speedway and see the hap .iSiSisiisisiSiisi.isiii.isi.iSiSiSiSiSiS the rolling pine land of the WRIGHTINSURANCE
-wh else between the eastern t
py souls fHi by In Joyous mood, and re Yo1usia.jountAbstracLC greaV"Orange Ridge" of Florida.
. .isissIoIiIusIsI1H mils
i of and wern seas are so many
this is not one
answer '
: C. THOMPSON Agt. : the seven modern wonders.The 5 5 in pronortion to inhabitants? The :; .The predominating products estimated are t

ENGINESHUPMOBILES = W. C. CROWNING, M. D. : pa\emeut question stands with the oranges and grapefruit the AGENCY
:. LAMB : Placid Pellucid Halifax River. I 1 chief drawing Bort FUh?President "crop'from this vicinity being over
etreet '! one
a : General Medicine and : u! jury 1). lj n : Where think is water with more cards. Till some unheard of place tury.uiid Treus. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes
:; Time. you Obstetrics :
Deaoutrttion Give. at Any ,
i : persimmons
I PHONE : picturesque surroundings? Nearly a S Offlcr Hours: ltOtoStO.: 7toWp.ni. 0 reports more and better, Daytona Abstracts Furnish peaches, pears, Japan strawberriesand DcLand Florida

.asisisssisi.isisi.i sisis'sa mile wide fringed with tropical vegetation : Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. SSiSiSisis"isisisisi.i.iS' chrow& down the gauntlet to the ed and Titles'Perfected plums pecans guavas in plenty.
fruits are
other grown
artistic cottages with roomy world.
.................S..... Flowers Birds and Fruit. In the of public improvementsare OLDESTLARGEST
verandas: looking out upon her bosom I i Squirrels, (and Insured
: JACOB ESPEDAHL gamey food fishes in countless numbers : I 5 i i Si Si Si Si Si IiE Whatever one's shortcomings and many miles of fine shell roads an

: Contractor and Builder beckoning, as it were, to those i :E however indifferent or even callousone Maps, Pints Huppllt.dIIF.I.A and excellent high school, electric lights,
( Blueprints
e R Designer Construction and CraftsmanSuperintends of Build with rod and reelher; bosom flecked i : .DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPhysician II may be to many things: the mere a system of waterworks that is owned L and BEST

Ings. Plans and Hp'cltlcatlons. -. with duck and coot and snowy-I S and Surgeon mention (It "flowers and squirrels, I), FLK. and operated by the city supplyingthe

DAYTONA on Hbort, -Nottc.I FLORIDA... .1 winged sea birds, which sit about as I : b.rds: and fruits" will send a thrill purest water at little cost.
.ISlSiSiUsiSi.isISiSifiil. i if for thesport of bobbing upon the :. Phone 81 that is reflected in distended pupils BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that For Florida

watch that lubberly old : and pricked ears. DeLand is a church-going commu
.......................... waves; :Si..isi.i.iSiS..S.oiSi.lSSi5iSiSiSiSiSi5ii Methodists FARMS
white headed pelican pouch a tat. 1 For every visitor with a spare goober nity. Baptists, Episcopalians
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= OSCAR MICHAEL : mullet, and that fish hawk struggling;! isiOiI there Is a bunny ready to come COMPANY (Northern and Southern), Presbyterians GROVES

: CONTRACTOR : upward with his floundering load he I '. and accept your gift. lie will sit bolt Manufacturers of Christians and Catholics, TIMBER or
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: : snatched from the water. : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS I IE : i'rr'STit' and knaw Into the meat, LUMBER besides colored Baptists and Methodists TRUCK

: Filling and GradingKeavy See the beautiful launches, spick : c-asting furtive, saucy glances at you LATH are represented. LAND
: I E Civil Engineers
: Hauling a Specialty. and span, witHi hampers and lockers meanwhile The graded school offers a ten Hrnd for Bargain

.ISI1SIS........isis is isu. bulging with refreshments, both solid : : DAYTONA, FLA. : Flowers. Usually fresh and bloom- MOULDINGS. years' course, and the building whichit Hhrct to.

.1--- @-'iXY-- ------ -\!XXiI I and liquid, ready for a cruise upon th I : Kstal.li-hxl '175.; I IiSiCiSiIiSisiSiiiSi :lug; the year round, you are reminded Ae isury's. nts: Paints occupies is newly furnished TilE COULD10ITEN .

beautiful surface. Take out your Leld | ..SiSiIIiSisiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiI of Goldsmith's couplet where }'II rold Rooting throughout, and is one of the most
< \Vhlt.'lialHVtmnlKllVirndo
M. ELLA DeVOY &CO.MILLINERY 'glass and sweep the river from ) Snnhns spring: its earliest visit paid Pla-t,'r commodious and best equipped pub- [ tO[

| Ormoud bridge to Ponce Park .Mid summer's lingering blossoms
light house then say whether the : I STEWART : are delayed.In Kr.\\n), FLA. The trip from Daytona to DcLand I lit. \M I. .'L.t.I .
E. L. I
I Halifax isu' a thing of beauty and I II one }'a:'(} roses of varisated hues : is made by automobile in a little I

N.. S Beach St.. Daytona. Fla. v-I;, a joy forever, and one of the modern U'11 <+}Physician," t'Ml I II tI.,11t1011 and I0

  • - ..ti' i'X! wond. /;. i EEar.. . Throat and :Nov.. <. ,.ln-. ". II a penchant for the poincetta and the UflDIS & FISH i pretty drives in the vicinity of the I I THE
    -- ----j@ @@(SV : ;ii.I I::: ,.Ii I_ltll-'i:: ;. :Mlll.lioli.1. .. ::.l\t,.. nil :.ril : pierui-sis rre aflame: another is hidden site A good road leads to
    r The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge. county
    V' Attorneys at Law GORDONGARAGE
    : t nk. hour: 'ta in to I' |p. in : Varietys I
    of tall
    in a jungle cane. I'r'ictinnu In HI IIHtatt DcLeou Springs, five miles a historic
    _,/ East Florida wood. ....isi.ieR.isi.i..s'su.IISiSiSiSi5iSi : the spice of life and here is where Jour II ml t*. a>-rul I spot, where 60,000 gallons of water

    Ridgfwood avenue Is upon the crestof you find it. Kpeclal f.icllltlfs for bubble from the earth every minute.

    Telephone Company a broad: ridge, straight as the crow *.*..BB.lBI. The birds flit In, and wltfli their investigating p.-rf'.etIni? titles and From DeLand automobiles go south The

    Connections at Daytona I: flies and the wide spreading branches .' S: DR. F. H. HOUGHTON ::, joyous notes help to give fullness :.rVL&cI'. FI.A. \ to Osteen 18 miles, on shell and I DeLandHeadquarters

    of 'lie heavy-trunked live oaks extend -. ::ud! symmetry to the picture.As marl roads; the St Johns is crossed by

    for Long Distance Points their gant! arms across the mag- Dentist for fruits, choice citrus fruits SMART & BLY! ferry near Osteen and cars can then for .
    ; and i AutomobilesA
    nlflceut "Eta, forming an arch ) win P.rkBUx-k Daytona veds; the palm to none for Isaac A. Ktcwart continue to Sanford and Orlando by
    B. C. THOMPSON. Mgr. from these extended arms great festoons > End South and acre. There E ford Ely FOR
    S 1 110-;t;82 .V.-t RrI.IgV quality quantity per hard road. There is a shell road
    of Spanish moss sway as the Mary MtwartAttorneys Maxwell Touring -
    \! I .(........................ ere fcccres of citrus groves in proximity at Law from DcLand to Orange City, five
    trade winds from the tropic! seas ; Cars and
    -- -
    -- -- - the branches iK'ndinp
    to city, Public miles, and a good road from DeLand
    . . . and NoturUs
    :. tan them. Looking straight ahead j i-...........i S U 5 I S iS i S II to the e.rth with their burdens of to Lake Helen, a like distance. Runabouts.ttthurli.

    H. T. McCLELLANMill down this hite shell street one has' |I : T. l-:. Fltzp,'raid K. F. Oat.-s : lucious gclden globes, which for ()F.T..ub. FLA. I I -

    the impression of a fairy path with i : FITZGERALD & OATES : beauty proflicacy and all desirable
    ...rfisa draperies. but as you move astonish J.A.ERICKSON. BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO.M&tiiufaetur.rs . !U"rI'Kojral !.
    Work : Attorneys and Counsellors at Law : qualities would truly you I*. llaw4sHAMLIN
    *'tong and cast an eye first to the I
    ( I SHclal FneIIItI.for Esz.inlnlngU The Fastest Autos and The Finest
    Write or ask him about anything <( Tight and then to the left you see and IVrft-ftlng Lund Titlesoffli I & CO. Light Granite. Buff. Red ant

    yon want made of wood. Everything { distinguished: cottage homes in the Ii : -.' In('onrlUl Building. Phone 1'JH : Out. Larg>.>*t !stock of Drab Brick

    the best. 1 most delightful settings.See .iiiSiSiSiIiSiSisiSi....01 The eevtKth world wonder. do '(lUak Pianos, Organs andScwin I.irc'Ci..p: i'.> !!.-.r I'rornrt 'hir &
    tin glistening leaf of the grand' --- --- ------ -- -- - -- :: ? Ccme. whether from )Iis.t our Machines un i.:>. Vi::,. ..: .x.- uiU Pric. :.
    Phone 123 : ll lif Ja"I1\.i.... L.XKK: l.ll.t.N I I "I 1.\.
    North Rid ewood Ave. V t-Oll
    ( magnolia which! nature has varnished (!
    r. !)i\.... ,
    the cabbige palms with their burdensof here is wlwre the worlds record foi

    I II I syhoAy! fruit and swaying palms; V Physician and Surgeon I, ped is broken with evt-ry retnrrms ALLEN'SX. Surrounded by several pretty lakes andCounsciL Attorneys
    PORT ORA6EV IN'niii-iiln! l I'I' \... lilt h I, .>i.. -,.nti..f! I
    see th.} lovely holly with its exquisite ?, M I. K. <'him'h. < IR1... Iioui. .:: t.. :, |I'V , "ea on. Autos the bluest, the t'.ibt- :U io I'o-toCiC.-; and guarded by lolty pine trees is : rat -
    !) .. it.iTiim; '1I iii. is '. |I' \'i T" ,\ \ UW1'll'S
    btiry; see the climbing vines in I I t-t. and the finest are on d: ;.ly Lake Helen a winter resort of no

    }'ORT OR.C: h iun riot in the trees; see the crypiiivMis .!!, )11-\11.: ile a.d the big sh'm .s as free DRUGGISTSJEWELERS I little ,
    I I : : importance. Camp Cassadzga
    I. '!' '!' ) ........... :!.:!...'.... !,!.!..!\!... pa'i
    a pretty 11 U It vlIageItuated : PORT ORANGE[ (i'.:. forms waich gain a foot- t.e; punartesian water fou: : a spiritualistic camp-ground ts situ I II '
    'h't' mil.,,, .......... .............
    hold ju tiie great oaks and :::atly .0. : tiioti-jLd. cf flown; w* !Js.: It :s aOl1tfl.ietIs t'I.A ated near Lake Helen and at this
    south of HIl.tona on 5 41 f.I.\XI.
    the DaytODll.w HOUSEl palm: and surely you will join 1:1ijhe : Dr. SAMUEL M. LONGDENTIST t' : show with a 10'i:;tantlv. place several hundred people make

    \myrna hard ..urfMe chjrm! and say that this is a *U itttIg: scene.Every : winter headquarters. A laigc lumber I'
    road thi's.,'e'nle s. Fred Cumn.ings world tender for beaut}'. 5 t thing i goes, from ahors.. G. W. Fisher i mill and the largest brick plant in fOTAI I IClothmg

    highway of th East of Our power UI to a 2W-hoTae power and Drug Co. i the South are located at Lake Helen. tu.
    <'oIllt. The town Isioeate4 Owner and Manager Surpassing Beauty Cottage : One Door North of New Mcr-
    I all degrees of ,speed from a canterto
    on tho' 11iII.fz Homes. Chants Bank. Drugs Stationery, i ORANGE CITY

    River, "n.ll... S.........................4 t a two-mile-a-minute. You will Huyler's Can':iis, !
    connected wIth th.p.nInuhi PORT ORANGE No one of Daytona's attractions, : piobably catch the spirit: when ;'.o.do !. Kodaks, Cigars The principal attraction around Furnishings
    opposit.bvabrldge.. perhaps, commands more nearly universal .!@!.! @,"! !'!. .!.f .! 'm] I the roads and the beach ar.j \ours FI.\NI: : 1-1.\. Orange City is the many handsome Shoes _J

    V The town Ie w"'l BEACH attention and praise than does 1 The Manhattan CaEe I I The Florida sunshine is fre**, the golden orange groves. The town is

    laid out "nd has the arustic cottages The owners of rj\ l'' J balmy ocean breezes are free the supplied with water said to be the

    many pr tty hOI11\'II. Lots for Sale. these l'harming'iJlas hail from every ;, for ladies and gentlemen. j; brU3 and squirrels and flowers! are I A. H. YOODALL purest i:1 the wart, another attrac-

    A largfl nom1M.r of Liberal Terms corner rf the country and they bring f>- Regular Dinner 11 to 1:30 Daily. i'! !. free, the sparkling; fountan: water is tion to visitors. It is at Orange City I II

    !tourists and wlntsrrveldent Allowed for their own architectural plans and ;> Short Orders. Box Lunches. ;: i 'frt e and you will have to go down The I that passengers over the Florida East I
    $D1nkt' IMPROVEMENTSOcean ,
    Orange winter bo'lld.QQllrt4'rs build upon them, and as the archi- tj; Everything Fresh. Ladies. I; :I ,unto yt>ur wallet only for torn for Leading Coast Ry transier to carriages and
    Attention Shown to
    or RiverFISHING : Special :
    ent' of th'IITeraI '.ecturs of one section of the country ) ,i : auto. and bed and board. GROCER drive to DcUnd. The tcwn is surrounded I

    I1ttrnl'Uen fonv nil nt to Auto- differs from the architecture of an- I; THE MANHTTAN CAFE j This Is to fanciful picture; it's all by land peculiarly adapted I
    I'II'nt nubtU* Itnof 'our..> DELf. K!..\.
    the :
    being i.ud lirld .*. ot'her so do our homes differ in t 38 South Beach Street ::!' here. It is drawing other thousands; I to the cultivation of citrus fruits. I I

    nshln\A short\ dl..tane't' A-r-1' to outward appearance and structural 'i !(i !.:!
    \. I mt 3f Port Or'tn.. : WM. C..\...HOW'ES nt beauty from one another. There are iiiariu and hold you ('Ult' and awe. i ::.............................. .......f... .,........:
    j are thfl reinaIn. of Tort <( tht' old Iunlnwton ____ ______ _ ___ J I.t I...
    build but the it
    similar as
    ngs eye. I

    that sugar II mill vlsltt'd'r, n place' Port Orange sweeps by is treated to a kaleido- :. When You Are Looking for :.: "From the Grove to the Table" ;| :I THE DAILY NEWS i

    yearby huntIr.tt'of scopic change which keeps the mind Some One to Do : INDIAN RIVER GRAPEt.t.. .

    tourists. 01W tI 1110' OYSTER[ CO. wond''r.ng.UWhat: next?" .
    ailthecountrv w..t i>. DVPOXTGrowir It U Jl fportOrangceUrrounding and ival- of th'ta homes which rivets attention I Electrical Work :: Grown on the Halifax. * some three persons whose

    iiiii was 11 VII"t tIit' old Indigo OtSTERS anJCLAMS ; wi'b.n they are models of convenience The finest\ quality of fruit for sale : Gives Away :

    and Cane and the finishing and furniShing : in sinTle hexes or car lots. Special' ,* names were mentioned in the :
    Th..mlllw.s Pt( r.i1..1t&tnv. evidence of the eleganceand : PHONE 14, ': attention paid to filling orders.
    plantntlon. Every Day previotisdayspap' . :
    opt'rat.-d eaten..IaeIy : cultivation of those who workedit : MUNROE & STEVENS
    In those.arly 1. C. DOf ES .
    days hut hastwcn Isdlsua' ali out. Indeed, It Is the interior JFORLAW I : GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. .. .

    for forty urnftyo arrangement and artistic furnishingand Four Tickets to the :
    Real Estate : Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. : Crystal
    the exterior
    ',ycars.A !IfY Intt'rt".Un:: Insurance appearance that more gives a surpassing : THE ELECTRICIAN. .. ____ I : Theatre and a Merchandise :

    drive from lavton;, I NOTARY PUBLIC charm to Dajtona homes. This fea- : Best Prices Best Work : '! .. ...-..... !. .!.!.!.. .. ... ,..i '!'!'.'!'! :
    t"'IIt'1Ito Order for 25
    ii 1.y ocean . \ cents on some
    ttn. uJlJrolu'h 01 L Port Orange Fl.. ture Justly merits prominence as another : NORTH BEACH STREETMcDonald's GITTENS & MESSING .

    V the Port Ortn.z.. .' I vont'er.Streets ......... ..................:. ... .... --,,' I.. I. I. i.,. .V V, : I local store. : : : : : : :
    hrI.te, n'.r'" t h.V .
    t.rtd.' and th..npus"ln S. C MARTiN and! Pavements the Most i5iSii.........m........,. ; ?e... :>) Fresh Fish .. .
    I. .
    h. .
    throlJlh I and Best.Why
    ; : Boat Yard \LI :1.n TD Clams .
    ,.rlndp.l "Ir..t of : t > .
    Port ()rang" tot h.ruUIi [Gecer31ltechandise th-" Architect of the Universe Established 1903
    : and Rose Bay Oysters t Watch for them
    of thi' :,,10hmtt'tJ chose to give Daytona the mo t admirable : CHAS. M. McDONALD. Proprietor :. f ---your name ma ) :

    old stursi.III. the most picturesque natural : Railways. Boats Built. Repaired : : Market' ca South Beach Street .
    .tlJrnl\1 ti ,
    Iiayt.nib-t1i..roIon : Port Orange. Aa. setting of all the cities of the SouthIs : and Housed.Iisi..a..i.isi.isi.'sis. : i Phone 5 Prompt Delivery I be next. :

    the mllnlnnd. not revealed, but that such is a/I/ I _ _ 4
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    A Grand Climax.It Well Posted. A Good- Loser. -

    was the cub reporter's first as- "Out of a Job. eh?" I Riley-How aliout that :pod! min il PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA\ I U.
    signment-the obituary of a prominent "Yes. But I'm going to get a good : you bought!! stcvk In li'q year'r Smiley I
    city man who had been fatally Injured I situation in the millinery department -Why, we've called it the Bulldog.'
    in an automobile accident.In I of II It's the bravest little mine you -rer SMYRNA is situated 6f.
    J a big store. I
    his wrtteup he vividly describedthe I "Why. what do you know'about mil beard of Riley .puzzled -Bravest* HOWEAND NEW miles south of Daytonaand ORANGESIf
    tragic circumstance referring to Smile-Sure: There isn't a yellow is an ideal spot reached you want tfc*
    d j livery? from hard surface road twt
    Daytona by e-rry reap
    the bereavement streak anywhere in it!-Purk. ,
    sustained by the tam. I CURRIERFLORIDA apply
    I "All there is to know. I've been winding through one of the most picturesque
    ily. "The widow" he concluded. Is. for The Starfish. parts of Florida. Point Grove
    I working several years as a Called
    almost grief stricken."Success Mag- The whole of the underside of that With its ancient ruins dating back I ..
    States customs for t h.Ft.dlaad I.dlan
    G H. Hulett and inspector -Washington
    party returned to a time when the of man
    azine. queer creature the starfish U endowed history
    Saturday from a two '' I Star. LANDS wires I ttlv.rllrcagv
    or three weeks' with a sense of smell runneth not interlaced with
    cruise down the coast aboard the I NEW HMYRAAFLORIHA ot the modern telegraph and telephone I .tat.
    Happy Momenta. i I its miles of shell streets as Grove.li Mttf 11itM _
    I .. _
    hard and smooth as a floor and overarched I D.yt.
    --- WfflNNNr.WNNMWNN M. LEIDERSDORF by hoary forest flints that Daye..aN.wSmyrna ..
    Phone 2* will call for your cleansing Resident Agent grew in stately grandeur during the I Prices Moderate
    and pressing, tt BURNETT. Town and lapse of bygone centuries New I
    STATEMENT OF THEMerchants' Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance : NORDMANJfPrwprlrta FEXD
    Mr. and Mrs. Ira H. Miller are at and restAll
    Ponce Park this week and on their Property I
    nature here is inviting to k
    return win be guests at the Iy Lane I IBranch very
    Inn. Bank the tourist and pleasnre seeker. Here ;I
    R.: S. HALEY( too is to be found the best fishing and I

    Dr. J C Herman Osteopath. 20 hunting in the state of Florida. I

    'Vohwi AY*.. Daytona. Phone 40. tf ( of Volusia County Bank) General The people are thrifty the business I f
    Hardwareand men enterprising, and all unite
    Mr.' and Mrs. Claud' S. Smith and DAYTONA FLORIDAVOLUSIA in extending the welcome hand of
    ,Lon, Vernon, who were here for a hospitality to strangers. There are
    few days last week with Mr. Smlth" Builder's five church edifices for white peopleand

    parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Supplies, an equal number for the colored
    Smith, left Sunday for St. Augustine. COUNTY BANK S] Furnitureand population; the town has an excellent ,

    high school, a splendid public
    Kaffee Klatsch and Book Shower I
    library, sad np-to-datc business
    with silver DeLAND FLORIDAAs Undertaking
    offering for public libra- houses. R
    ry at Palmetto club March 23, 2
    p.1 New
    SmyrnaTHE There are any number of pretty ;
    m. 86-93-94-95 called for by the Comptroller of the State of Florida at the close of homes for the permanent population 4

    which numbers close to 2000. and 4t
    Mr. and Mrs M. F. Roberts and businessMARCH
    t some very fine winter residences. STATE( BARK t
    son Kenneth S.. of Philadelphia Pa.,
    There hotels and
    OCEAN HOUSE are good boarding or
    who have been guests of the Magnolia 7 1911.
    houses where you can find accommo-
    hotel for a time have NEW( SIYIU
    gone to F. W. SAMSI'ROPKIKTOR dations to meet your requirements. i
    Sanford and Orlando for a few days RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a JOHN T. HAMMOND
    but will return to Daytona' and remain i. .',>-.t section of vegetable land as can be
    longer before going north. Ken- Loans and Discounts $813,095 16 Capital Stock Paid in $100,000 00 Rates: found anywhere. This land has been (ii:0 I i. BK4NM.NGi.Bl.*rTransacts!
    neth S. Roberts has ibeen enjoyingthe I S3.00 per Day divided into small farms which can i

    opportunity for bicycle riding of Overdrafts 4,820 68 | Surplus and Profits 63,276 49 Special per be bonght at reasonable prices. Someof a
    fercd in this! section and has seen General
    WeekKcellfnt the finest celery grown in the stateis
    much of the surrounding in !! 1.138,650 96 Banking
    country Deposits k
    Banking Houses and Fix- : Hunting raised on this land. All other vegetables ;
    this manner. and) Business
    I Fishing !
    in abundance and here
    tures 50,158 37 grow ..... .......
    I XKW: MMYKXAKLOR1PA too is the home of the famous Indian "'tr\: I.
    -x un Time t7tp.Ntaf
    FOR SALE-Packard 7-passenger Collection Account 32 06 River oranges.
    touring car, cost new $4.500, has top, I
    { speedometer braes wind shield, 4 Stocks and Bonds 21.850 00
    new shoes trunk rack full set of

    tools and fully equipped. Lately overhauled Cash and due from Banks 411,971 18 .............................,.....N..NN N
    and guaranteed as good as
    new. Cheap for cash as owner Is going : TI
    north. Apply to D. F. Farnham Total $1,301,927 45 I Total 51301.927 45 |Fr I Joseph Zapf Co.

    Princo George hotel 93-2t .. -H

    The above statement speaks for itself, showing, as it does resources of JACKSONVILLE. FLA. :
    Harvey H. Shufelt. of Stockbridge. .
    Mass., state representative and a more than one million and a quarter of dollars. We realize that the most valuable *
    Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor :
    friend of J. H. Donnelly of this city asset of a bank is that of confidence and .
    public we have always furnishedour .
    house in Florida. Sole distributors forCelebrated
    is so pleased with Daytona that he .* .
    proposes to buy property here for a depositors every safeguard and protection for their funds, and we shall con- Anheuser-Bush Beer !
    winter home. Mr. :
    ShufeK who Is a
    tinue to do in the future as in the past.
    guest at the Ridgewood hotel came : Special attention is called to the :
    here suffering with a bad cold and :
    threatened with bronchitis! and within I A. D. McBRIDE J. B. CONRAD F. N. CONRAD F. J. NIVER : .:
    a few days felt like a new men : .
    and equal to going back home, but : PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT CASHIER ASST-CASHIER 5 Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. :

    ,. decided to stay and enjoy himself .
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    f April we.will. have a week's demonstration -

    K of the Caloric Fireless Cooker by a

    practical demonstrator from the factory.

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    W. PVW W P PW W WWWV WW.I......... THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Periiiisul Variety = :r

    PuWLsLed evening except f on- I j
    every Store WE SELL i
    Anthony SrofheItsCLOTHING day, from December. 1 to April I, by T *,

    THE GAZETTE WS CO. DAYTONA BEACH. FLA. 0: Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of $
    T. E. FITZGERALD. Editor.C. .
    In lubricating oils on the market 5 ";

    I S. HARRIS City Editor. Enamel Ware : I

    HARRY L. ROOD, Adv. Manager Japanese China iI ;

    GEO. F CROUCH Superintendent. Laces : WE REPAIR i

    GENTS' FURNISHINGS I Entered as second class matter I Ribbons I : |

    December 1, 1910, at the postofficeat I. Automobiles ofjall makes and in any condition. *

    Daytona Florida, under Act of I Opposite e bster's Grocery Store I!|, : .

    SHOES :March: 3, 1879. Seabrceze Ave. J .
    : I
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    I - - Central Auto .
    - -- - Garage. i
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    : STORES T ( Daytona; Ormond, Titusville, Daytona, r lonaa.t99999999999999999999999999999. I ******>>*****.....**W.W WV IO .
    j Palm Beach, w Path BeaclL
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    i Rail and River. Phontraillartndon theI
    By : AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. To Exchange. : I I II

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    I I -ATLANTIC- - - COAST- LINE. ONE DAYREMAINS I,CHILDREN ENJOY BEACH B I I Useof 4 your time I sweating over a

    to the East
    I I Ii hot stove these hot days trying to get

    I-av Jacksonville ............. 7'11 i I :I I
    / _]a.m. the family ironing done on time when
    Palmetto Limited. Arrive Hun,nnltb... ........ .... ..1l._.a.ln.
    I .. Augusta.... ............... .iillp.m. 'I DELIGHTFUL CELEBRATION OF : buy anD
    DAILY. Carrying through Coaches, i i iI rhurleston!' .. . .... ...... 4.27p.m. I II I you can
    44 Richmond .. ....... .. ... :lIa.m.
    Etoctrlc-Lighted Pullman Drawing RoomfBtepers 44 Washington. ... ......... '1.0"' 8.m. SECOND ANNIVERSARY OF THE :
    I Dining Cars. Jacksonville to I I 44. Baltimore . ....... U.lria.ni. ,I t
    I Nsw York. x 44 New.York....... ..,......150 p.m. BIRTH OF LITTLE DOROTHY :t I

    New York and Florida Special. Ratty Except !Sunday 'o.vS : LOUISE HANKINS. I :

    I .. Lenve Jacksonville...................... 1.1"p.m.
    of this p'l.ulnr train d* Lux. ..
    Description .. .......... ....... '
    Mavanntth 5Jp.m.' :- :
    consists of Pullman I'rnwlng ( A delightful beach paitya* ti'joyed
    nil train Charleston......... .... ........ "'.*>p.m. CHANCE FOR BONUS VOTES[ :
    IMnlngnnd Lip ? '
    Boom. Htat Room Hh-eplnt h-Mt Arrive Richmond ...;.................... "Ji-i a.m. Tuesday afternoon by some I'uj: I :I
    I -edhwiththenrwhigh tbrikrsand, 44 \Vxohingtonj....................li'.i'na.m.Kaltlmore .
    . throughout-: pe by HrctrteIty I .,.. : ..........................ll.:;' e.nl. lor more little folks in ceVbration of $30:75
    U brilliantly, ipeclal lights llzbtd( ling provided for fiich .. West Philadelphia.......... U\ p.m. WILL[ EXPIRE TO IORRUW. :j the second anniversary of the birth j :
    New York Penn. It. K. ,
    'berth for reading affording at night.perfect comfort In writingor \ Kta.,7tli A>t'.. KM i Ht..._ 3-5rtp.m. I of Dorothy Louise Hankitis. The. I .. .
    brave Jacksonville ............. V.lSa.m. children were taken over to the | :
    Florida and West Indian Limited. Arrive Havanuah............._.. t.o! p.nt' ANp THE. FIGHT GOES MERRILY -, ocean beach by hack and refresh- ; I
    ( 44 .. .... .. 8.60 .
    DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches, 44 T rhi Aligusta rle8ton.....::::::::.:... 6.48: p p.m..uN. 'J THE DIAMOND | menU consisting of sandwiches, ice ;,
    I 44 Hlchtnond, ..... ........ ON
    Room 6.10a.m. cake and candits were served ; These the Standard Irons and
    Eleetric-Lighted Pullman Drawing M Washington...... ...... 8.'a.m. cream are Laundry are
    EQeplng Cars, Dining Cars.! Jacksonville I 44.. Itnlllmore .. ............lo.?a.m RING OFFERED BY L. H. ROWE on the beach in the vicinity of i
    : for sale by
    New York. \ New York 4lt'Jphla..U.I3p.Ul.... ............. 1.5(1; p.nt; the automobile club house. The lit-) '
    & CO. tie ones enjoyed a fine time together j
    Coast Line Florida Mail. Leave Jacksonville ............. "A'ip.m. I j
    ,I' Arrive Ha van na h.......... .......12 On a.m. Only one more day remains in' on the beach and alto, in the drive I
    : DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches : 44 ('harlrston..5.( .m. :| on the beach and through the streets I;
    :1 44 Richmond '........ ".10 which to work for the big bonus of The Schantz Electric Ice
    aDd El 'fri '-Lighted!: Drawing Room .. \\'. '........... .11.50p.m. of this city, where they attracted j ,
    Bleeping! Cars Jacksonville to New York t .. Kiltlmore. . .......... 1.7)a.m.w' :;0,000'otes which is offered to the I much attention. Each one was presented

    Btopi at Mal Stations. \ 44 New'htl.! .. ..I.'.:..:.:::: S.10a.mit.7.13a.m.: : contestant, who secures the most with a sand bucket and Co.
    Local Slee .er Jacksonville to Saunnah. and Water
    votes during the week ending Thursday -i[ hovel as a souvenir of the occasion.j L. .J
    11111 i Best Trains to the West.
    March 23. j i : Dorothy a ........ .. 000 Oi00800i000....
    numbtr: of brthdaypr'e- ir*>.
    No. 52. South AUutic Limited I No.I :13. I 92Nos : I Montgomery Route S7 XU"1111.1to. ) In a race of this kind 50.
    -I :Is a decided factor in the final count !

    I II .l'i1pm' Lv. .. Jacksonville .Ar IOU5 JlIII 'I I:; 1"11 :..,. Ja..k..clIl\lIl.\r ':':111811I and contestant should strivethoir BRIDGE PARTY TUESDAY AT :.....................................................
    .. .... .. ... every
    III 1.IS"'or. Atlllnt"' Lv 11I.::!i JlIII "; I Hili Ar IUIIIII.IIIt'r I.v Ipm
    liii 1.40 pin \r..l.uul.'IIIt'. .1.\. ".,OKIIIUJ6am :!.lxpm Ar. BJrIllIIlthalll J\' X.j"1'11I : .
    utmost to win ths: bonus ;It ,
    \r.... ...11..III1I1I11'ul\I..I...1.In..nlllttl.. . ..1.,'. s.'.IU'IIII..lawnIII i 17.40.: put:: .tr.Ar : Evanvlllr Na.t.lIII. ': ins Nj.ixntI.lnum : RIDGEVOOD[ AYBTiE\ [ [ 8011 IE.[ !
    II." .l.v S.tr'uul
    pmr. .. .., may be the deciding vote in the racktor :, I Magnificent Trains I II
    1Juam Ar... ....('hl'o.... ":111 1"11 7.1111111I \r . .. t.l.oul ... . I.v ptv'pnl
    I ii .I' p.Na'" IAr.. ...C.hku o. ........, ".:!'' 1'111Xo. the piano. j 4.

    I Only two more weks remain inwhich : 4 4
    Dixie Flyer Route I Xo."i."i.. \I:!. I Seminole Limited Xo. Ot. "Florida Limited"
    : to work for the be.iutiful $:'" ;
    --- '' ;; "Southern's Southeastern Limited"
    -- --
    diamond ring which !* offered as a'iwemztl IN HONOR OF HER
    L\".. .. Ju'k'un'UIo' Ar 7.i Inn IAn! ..,. Juek.onviiii. I t I
    pm pin Ar i.1I1II !
    !" prize by L. II. Howe & Co., i "Jacksonville-Atlanta Special""Florida
    10.1:1 pm Ar.\Vayero. ...I., :..1111111IT 11I.15 pIlir \\/t.ro.., . I.t :,.' nut FRIENDS MESDAMES CDCHRAN :
    (&n.r.... . .\till ntll Lv ".1111'11I :!'IIIIIII \r .,\11>;111\' 1.\ I"bun' the well known jt'wt'l"rs. to the ,"('n- i .
    .. .1-\111I-\1110' I.\'I! lI.a.] "III II.Niiiiiir: Bi'minghun 1.\ j i t Special"SOUTHERN
    pll'r. j.lI.lu"i.J
    r5.15 am \r.... ('hl'lIlo. ...I.'i pti'pm UIII Ar ;.... 'hl.'IIIU: .... 1.\ 11.11"111) ifAtanttio secures the m<.st vott j! AND MOORE. ;
    am \r...... HI. Luu, .. I.,I "',.1IHII 7.i'inn Ar..Mt. Luu,, I.v 1111'11IE between :March 9th> and April 6th. !I I i !: 'I'

    - The following is the amount of i .\ pleasant social t'uiutiiii was t'I i I : RAILW'YFLORIDA
    For Rates, Pullman Reservations and Information Call on or WriteA. !
    voU-s cast for the different contestants ; joyed Tuesday afternoon at the IK n.f .I I II
    E II W. FRITOT. Division Pass. At. W. D. STARK Traveling Pass Agt. lof ('IIEIILE.
    Mr. and Mrs. M. Lt. AuUnian on : '
    . between March 9 and :March 16, _
    I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. and is a correct standing of all contestants South Ridge*ood at'ulit'ht'lJ Mi..1 -- -- --- -
    -- - I

    III .................*...........*......*.....******.-.... in the race for the beautiful Auliniun.". entertained at cards troiu2oO :I West and Northwest.SPECIAL. SOUT ERN'S LIMITED.SOUTHEASTERN i
    diamond ring So generously offeredby I :: to o'clock ip hot:or of lierfritnd.s. :0j ;
    I I STEAMER I L. II. Howe & Co., the well- Mrs. Sarah It. Cochran and Wash tttoD. New York aid the East.
    Lv Jackonv'ille..40 a. m. ___
    i Cherokee Tomoka River i i known jewelers, for the contestant her niece, Mrs. Moore of Uunsoti, I :I Ar Atlanta................... .OO p. m. Jacksonville. 9.1)0) a. !r. I

    iFOR securing the most votebetween Pa., who are guests ;it the I linul: 1 : Ar Chattanooga............o.3> p. m.I I LvSavannahLv l.IOp. I'.

    : March Clarendon, Seabreeze. Ar CincinnatL..I\.OO a. m. Columbia o.40 w.
    : !'J and April 6: p.
    f ..........
    Miss Florence Gittens . . .90,000 I There nwe five tables (II brd: :e : Ar Louisville .1\-108. m. Washington .53 a. tn
    Ar ..................
    Chicago 5.25 p. m. Ar Baltimore 10.02 a m
    : EXCEPT
    SUNDAY. : Marjorie Rotzien . . . . . . 85,000 I and the first prize a fontr b..ke.' Ar Cleveland..3.15 Ar
    p. m.Ar Philadelphia .12.23 ni.
    .. Mena Pollitz . . . . . . . . 8C.OOO was secured by Mrs. M. 1'. Cornwall. j! Detroit ....................4.00p.m. Ar New York 2.31 p.p. en.

    I : The largest; fastest and only boat stopping at the : Margaret Brokaw . . . . .80.0CO j while the second fell to Mrs. .1. H.C. --------- - -

    cabin + Roberts Hobbs . , . . ?75,000' :Morris.: This was a hamioon.e t I
    .I i .. Grace Burdick . . . . . . . 70,000'I' bridge; *>et. lYize" were a ,o IIP' I ;! West and Northwest. SPECIAL.

    I Violet Middleton . . . . . . CO.OOC sented to the guests of hOlloI'1, 1! .i Between Jacksonville anj Attaala

    I : First-class Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin. Holt McCorkle . . . . . . . .40.00C I I Cochran and Mrs. Moo.e. I Lv Jacksonville: ... .. .. >.U.) p. in. _
    ......... . .. .. .
    t ......................................+..............: The following w, the taudiu: t tf'''I Attractive rt't'rl'-III11. i'ft: w.. .. : 4i_ Ar\AtVmta I ,uisville .. ... .. >5.20.55 p M. mAi m. Ar I. Macon Jad"-'n\'Jt":: 4.3i.. r p ::

    '! \ : ''C'llth'anl up to Thurcla"hrdl served at the Iodu-Iu pI i ili- ..mluuuv : i iiii-innati. ...... .... S.35 p. m. Ar Atlanta ;.45 aArt II
    !! .
    J I !\ltlll! Steamers I Ml: I I I i{ and the foOJlI.r.! : la, ..r 11-: I I I hit-ago ...... ... 7 .15a. in.Ar I

    u.s.A.1 Marjorie Rotzien . . . . 1.029,925 ly dl''oratt'tIjlh b-MIU: i.l.: !Ii.I.! ,- I Detroit................. t..30a. m. AsheviHe. X. C.Ar J

    I Louisville 1 1I He t McCorkle . . . . 1.021,075 of tosses til'djllt nlibun: .i Ili'i !; Birmingham..... ....12.looooo I.,' Jacksonville 'J W ... ., I t

    i AND Florence Gittens . . . . 1.012.0CO sanif Allude ;:."; tli-: bu! -M-I:'-. I : .Ar Kansas City...... ....10.25... ,' a. m. Asheville 'I a.Ar ri..1r :I .
    Constitutionare Coiorado'prings.? .1 ) a. in. Cincinnati mid a. r .
    Nashville Roberta Hobbs . . . . . .1.005,000

    I I Mena Pollitz . . . . . . . 1,002,035 WHEAT IS STILL LOWER I I All -(01,1!, \> "MI'lll'' tr.ii'i">. IIH |>-i ii i :r I.-," 'i-I1t..i- ,' .: I I
    now running betweenDAYTONA Margaret Brokaw . . . . . 943,000 ON WEAK CABLE REPORTS. I'u11t'1 I." i.-: ti I ''in\ in j Kixrin ...i.; |1'11'- 'it -. I I'nolu' i ..1'l .. :1\ J

    ;1 Railroad ; Pauline Garrison . . . . . 935,000; CHICAGO. March( :._-\\l! !I a KIT I'.1!l\i 'rtnin'T1c..I-TII\-1.1-: I--I : iMitiiin.nut.: N't t '"..;-\\K, .. I- ..I'P.\'T.I\; i,'.,,i ni a., I i''- \S I h'.
    at t.'j';
    I ; and Grace Burdick . . . . . . 910,3001 i ened easier on weak' table! ami: I nv: 'Ill I Il R. B. CREAGH. Trav. Pass. Afit.: G R: PETTIT D P A I
    I --- -- Violtt Middletcn . . . . . 890,000 Hotel Despland. Daytona Fla. Jacksonville Fla
    PALM BEACH -s to 1-4 lower. May was qun.': 01! ;'t
    ) : I JNO. L. MEEK. A. G. P. A Atlanta. Ga
    Route. 894c. Provisions wre wan .M-I-I , I I
    Montgomery I _____ CABINET IN MEETING; I I
    I MESSAGE IS DISCUSSED. despite higher" hog". Mats : o/k, !n,'111- tI+N ....NHINiO.0.0...000..ONNIO..N..NO.MON/M
    Lv Jacksonville :.C L... 8.15 pm : Leaving Daytona Saturdays and WASHINGTON Jnal. l; lard, ?V.III; ril'.s |:'i.:::.. I h-I:

    Birmingham: ..... ......1_'.23 pm ; Tuesdays at 8:00 March Jl'-President wt-re f.\e h'jrher and; ca'Tle! .-a.lvI ;,
    : a. m. Taft with the
    Lv Nashville .., ............. 7.55 pm X I i bound South. met" members of
    hit: cabinet
    Ar St. Louis L. A N..... 7 40 am ;.1 I Canada the today.Mexican Reciprocity situation with and ......................... 1.j.1:---......... 199999999999999999999999999999999994STEAMER .

    Leaving! Palm Beach Saturdays the Tariff commission were considered. : SEE .j.1! : .1

    Dixie Flyer Route.Lv xI k and Tuesdays bound North."Miam at 9:00. a. m. The message of the president tithe C. 0. SMITH, ''I tt; ;'VM't ; ,

    extra stt-sion of congress was SWANLENGTH '
    I Jacksonville, A.C.I*.. S.2a pm vl di.-cusbtd.: It is undeitood the message CEMENTIW: : I 'I'I'ith

    Lv Chnttanooga;; ............11 37 am tI prince Lroret I'o'k will deal with reciproci and : :
    .. y
    I Ar Ch'I. ; i the tariff commission: only.! : : ; 1 1 ; .ek ; ,.' '' ra t,' 1t .. ,, : I 150 FEET 281 TONS
    I r 'K imhllv |b_at. I'ttvtoiut for Kt. .
    Auustinron Tuiiiit Tlairdiixand;
    .m I .. > satunlu -
    \ ut > a. in. : \\ excellent cucvninu'vi.tt.ons .. .
    ....j".1 I and -Cf\ Ltc.t! 't 1
    South Atlantic Limited.Lv i I Aujii.tilnfor l'ii\toni on % I
    ,. :Mimlii ,. N\MII.! -.1.1\, :and l t'rllll\i. "aHa.in. electricity: and capacity tor sixty cabin roint.u": :
    jl ;
    T'd.t F.
    I ou I.ua.d Irini.-: E. C. TIME
    Jacksonville, A.C.L... S.15 pm ; I TABLE I It
    is now being operated betweenDAYTONA
    I Lv Knoxville, L. & X.....12.20pm McCOY BROTHERS EffrCT Jti\t ARv 9. 141" I
    II IIHt.
    Cincinnati: ... 8-1,) pm .
    Ar Grand; Ilapids..... .. G.45: am :i' --- -- ----- ( Til MtH."I-n : _I..s \"II/I K"I"-- It: \.1 I .' I and I

    Ar Louisville .... . 8.40 pm Seminole :17 .7 I flax aa 2D au :ti tfN ..
    Ar Indianapolis. ... ... 1.05am Limited h av II

    - -- -- - -- --- x SOLID TRAIN .17'' '' lip 11" lip ii .lilt la 'ii J.kS6nUllt j :Ay' 7; .11'1, :a 1st. !I. ,. ",' PALM BEACHand I
    \0 ;up, /I ::.p I I e'5,I 1" I"a 11' "t St. '.,! .1
    i I L u\tunine\ a '; I )" 1\ N'I' :! ":'1' : j ....
    clas Electric I LightedTrains i Electric Lighted Throughout. I! ::::a 5 ta" 3 Sap 12: : -
    Three first- : I 'p sp Orm"nJ a; ::ry' S s\I' I II I gins II:, I t'i j
    U .ai-- t .:. :.-'IJ 1'Op! 11 .*9' J 1"p" la't.na :I' I' : I" II f.;:a '. ..:!. I. II I
    Berth Lights Dining ; : I .. .. i
    : ''>iC '_'1' '; 1"11 'l .:1' j.I'. .-I..rcdlte I 1.: t. ,. I -111 l.L! ; +
    each train, a la Carte. p\S CrMr j, i.a :" ::It l 1faIa 7 Op : 2"I. \\ .Palm licatb j I; :. JI'a '4).1 : '" ; .I
    it' :.vi % :t'a 2 :All I
    : "IO'J' 1: S 1' \\i.mJ ; ;0. 7 tat '0'.,
    1 1ROPO I'a,I I I

    Intermediate Points through the Picture- 1.: .

    I I [Louisville S Mile R. R.t ,. This schedule is the published Daily NeVis as a and matter not of as news an to readers of :! I:' i and Indian River Route i

    .Ivertisement !
    ft T. B. WALKER Fla. Pass. Afit. !' Leave Daytona Thursdays i tit) r m s
    W. St..Jacksonville.Fla. CHICAGO ST. [LOUIS I
    118 Bay f +.....+.....+.. .D+. .. .. .. Leave Palm Beach Mondays 8Oa.r:
    .o. .a... ... ..
    t..l Nl1. ..i. ....itil.1i ... ......i...; AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. + .e... __ i

    .... g..e. .. .. \... .. . ,,,,.,. ,, .., ',' ,: : ... BOND LUMBER COMPANY i TKKJ S AM SlAlhX.\''> >
    .. i'. . : I
    \ Iny i .ir- :t. ILd. t. t i ii
    ll ' ut'..t.I 1 . Iar.uiact"l, < \Hli"K
    o.linii. : nitu." .. A "''I" mil! .. !
    I.\ .l.t.'kx'il.tAr. MR.
    ; l
    : CROCKERYt : .. fhu.i-! .' 7 MAl. i ; ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER ? I .

    . . : St. l.t'Ui ., 7.T1 :a. in. Laths. Shingles Flooring.: Ceuitj;: Buck. Lime i i ; \1! RJ l.l.ACH I
    SI I
    : \t t: 'il.I. I' For "m pi-;! '.ir I' i v.tt'i'ii.n.'l:" : ,1.- I and Cement :In St&iK: : l\\ I OV
    .. .. .. .. .
    "0..111..1- Jdr : -:1 i\ ; . J i --------- -- '

    .: P. POLLITZ. S. tit.!:111.11'.1".t.Ii. l (-.,.\" fWI-I.I...i.uouu. i.: . t.I.i. : 'Phone 83. R. j. MALBY Manager. t I il I OPERATED BY THE GLLF COAST TKAMSPOKTATluN <. "'ft'.a. \" I

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    NNNNN...NINNNN..NO,1N..ON/0.0.1....i..... "
    prizes were awarded as follows: NNN..1.....N..1.NNNNNNN/.1NNN.. 4M0.i of

    ig frTi. I Ladies /hstlr5.. Mary Driscoll, i : .

    l HOTEL DESPLAND i I Brooklyn; second. Airs. G. R. Lloyd, !HOTEL CLARENDON !

    NEWS OF THE HOTELSAdam Hamilton, Ont.; third, M.'s:, Theresa
    i ... .
    i'- Daytona, Florida I Alaguilre.; Saratoga, X. Y. Gen'lemen'sfirst .' -.. -'''II-=!r.'. '..".'... ,-:.,., .. SEABREEZE *
    .I \ !11 Col. J. S. AlcEwan. Albany; : ',1 FLORIDA ..

    %R. NOW OPEN | : I second, Horace Geiger St. Louie: ; ft.. . : "
    third William Dobeman Schnec-tady. I
    Adam Schantz returned TUEsday afternoon I Absolutely :
    1 X Y. Domino .
    prizes first Iadit
    1;- L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. 5 from Dayton, Ohio, where he : MI ..
    r : Alaiy Barker: seord, Ch-s. ,\. : Fireproof
    : was called by business about ten ; Lutton.'Si. :

    Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all : days ago and rejoined his family!! at .
    t "
    Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern : Schmidt's Hotel. i : Sow Open : t
    mm is AFTER
    I Convenience. Send for Booklet. j .
    )Ir. and Mrs. Mynderse Van Clef : Booking Offices: :

    : CONCERTS ,.DAILY. : and the Misses:; Jeanette and Eugenia CAPITAL OF THE STATf.i I Seabreeze Florida E. L. POTTER. President .

    ,. t Summer Address: ATLANTIC HrJTJSE. NarrHgansHt! Pier. Hboot' hIand. jHNN Van Cleef of Ithaca, X. Y.. arc guests I : Hotel Blackstone Chicago W. S. KENNEY Manager :
    '.. the Clarendon.. Van Cleef is i 1180 Broadway, New York .
    : 1N I + .#4t Mr. To.tmt .
    1t.1- 1NNNN0/0/NN0 0 .1N111/N0..11/0N.. a prominent banker of Ithaca. ANCIENT CITY PEOPLE ARE CIR ..11.......1..11...411....1.........................

    ',. NNN10/0NN.N..,..............................N. Among the recent arrivals at the I CULATING PETITION TO HAVE :.. .... . .

    i. Ridgewcod are D P Jamiz and wife, l t Located in the Most Beautiful t
    Poland, X Y, William Riteher anSI jl THE SEAT OF GOVERNMENT Saratoga Inn .1
    RIDGEWOOD i Spot on the Halifax RIver... ...
    :. wife, Louisville, Ky J F Caldwell MOVED THERE. : : JOHN J. McGUIRE Proprietor. !

    and wife Meadville, Pa, J T Vi eke)'. I t
    E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. Jacksonville Chas McColgan, Bal- I L'p in St. Augustine the, people: believe WE INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or Ea Suite with Bath. No better i ia z

    timore.Id.. they ought to have the state I I Table of the best of everything in seasoa. Terms as reasonable as I] J !

    : NOW OPEN. i r capital and petitions are being circulated :i the service will permit given on application. Dec. 1st to May 1st. Pkoae N., 112 r

    Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Johnson who among the residents of the I....................10.0..... ....IC..........010....

    i have been guests during the seasonat Ancient City asking that a resolutionbe

    All departments will be managed by white Northern help, i the Despland hotel departed Tiw'ti- passed by the state legislature I r-...............................................e.:

    i selected from some of the finest. hotels in the North, and white : day afternoon on their return to New submitting: an amen mentment to
    York accompanied byliss Mary the state constitution changing the ,
    help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied : : *
    Beach, who is reluming to Catskill.X. I l.s tat of government. If such; a resolution I UAVTONA. FI.OKIPA. .
    i all the delicacies of : Now ..tk.i '..r I *). third ..-.>n 'nidi i r I, lltiri-ul, iim inu \ M S i
    with the season, cooked and served by the Y. Mr. Johnson :s precedent of should be passed by the leg- I.ASK. |n "|"'rI.'ut,. ,' Z !t. "hitsPn. | y, I'MM ti Oi. "hIT. tnplto.-.i. IIMMhTII' ']tlll.. i .. .
    finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable the Manhattan Electrical: : Supply Co., :->:ature it would go before: the peoge I
    illlllO-ll rid l ; tlOU r"
    I' H < .II'II'I..n 1'IIN to."" VII rtl ltlllUill w.' "> +
    i of New York' City. : of the state to b*> votd upon !in fOlirt.. ,nriiK Hot i w" nl t"t n|* i n> .,.. 1I"lIb..f \|>rl, I
    i Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. i I the next regular: election. I: Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages Marblehead Massachusetts. J99999999999999999O9999999999 t

    :N/0....N1.N.NNNN.N...NNNNNNNNNNN. Amon; the la.'.e arrivals at the i I I....NN0N 111.NN NN NN NN0N NN N N NN.....

    Dfspland are Mary E Clement Phil. i iI
    ------- -- --- - ---- -- WILL SHIP AUTOMOBILESFROM -
    adelphh, D V Thomas JV Turner, I :

    gflteto0t.ISIUIo0.ISIS iooiin. .titisll' .i.r.isr..r.r311131r C II Dixon, G F Henry, Chicago! T I
    Xoleu and wife New York, Q D Chapman : 1 THE COUNTY SEAT. :
    r: Spokane, Wash. Mr and :Mr W I I 109 South Kidgcwood Ave. I

    l' : DAYTONA, FLORIDA : J Williamson, New; York!: Ur.; and :Mr II I 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-otttcc. i i
    t :Mersheimer Dr Theodore II Lem- F. E. C. RAILWAY REFUSES TO 4 Steam Heat
    & 4I t
    : Hilyard Holroyd, Proprietors : I
    merz, Jersey City, N J. ACCEPT AUTOMOBILES AND 1 r ./t4\ Mr. Foster p. j. DOYLE. Proprietor. j I

    : WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL MAY 1st. : --- '9C999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999t
    Recent arrivals: at the City: hoel
    .' i Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. : are Edw. Gordon, Xew York, Nicholas ............................N................N.....
    : Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. Sthier Atlanta Cn. E B Pow- FROM:: DELANO. .

    : Pool Ropm. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : man. G P Johnson, North Caro'!..*. HOTEL SENECA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA: *
    Owing to the refusal of the F. E. .J I-OKNKK i>rM.I. \NIKK.NMTENTIRELY -* J
    :. White Help in Dinin Room. : W C Parcels. New Orleans.: W J .

    f.r Byrne, St Louis :\10. H C Smith,I C. railway to accept their machinesfor : , .: NEW. :

    .' The Prince George Pier is the only }'ruling In Daytona for M. Auguitlne iir.d ot' Lynchburg, Va P Dosch, Bridgeport, shipment north Messrs.: 11. M. .: Albert Bennett Proprietor C. R. Bennett. Manager :

    : Palm Beach boats. PartlC'ulau'11"Itb pleasure. : Conn M B Talley Mr and :Mrs E W Norton and Arthur Hill of Corry, t'a., :
    A N'lf I Placfor Nlc Il-Mt al.1 l .'11'11' to.\ >
    . : P"OplfHUllllln: !!: N'at'r.llant III rX :
    Mitchell, G P LeFL's, E H Bond C
    : Same Management as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N. J. : E Kellam, Jacksonville. who are wintering in this city, and .: I oolll. \Vhitf H. r\li-<. Thruu:,:hoiit. fj %.. Mr. Foster :

    :+ : /lK. Mr. Foster : 1v. H. :Mantou of Brock on, N. Y., ................................+....................

    ........r.......0r.....r........n.....r.rr.r.e..r.... Late arrivals at Schmidt's hotel who has been at Daytona Reach during -
    are J C Kaufman and wife, Chw-ago, the season, will tomorrow dri\e .

    ..................................................... It M Burlington, Virginia K Maihiot, their: cars to eLand and sh'p then: :I NEW SEASIDE INN H DAYTONA H. MANWILLER.BEACH. Proprietor FLORIDA :
    Dayton, O, C\l Fleece, Memphis.Tenn over the .\. C. L. from that p'ace. :
    : .: This new and select family hotel! tic inst horn ".Lttd. .tiul i :UI.hnt. :
    I* L Mesgs, Jacksonville Mr Mr. Manton will oontini-f h s journey t : t

    .: : THE NEW GABLES : I and Mrs :M L Landerlin: Norfolk, rorthward from IK-Lad.: bat: tii.- :. for the season 1910-11 to rccct the lequircnicnts o. it-, ,:10111. } .aI.II.I.;. .

    Va, Miss Ua\ !..s. Win Water, De- other: seiitlemen: : will: return: t{) I Iii> : Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths tltctnc: : and Oas II{hts Cull: 1'.1 :

    i Daytona, Fla. Land. Levi Abt. Chicago K1: layton tona and remain! for aome; time 'O:r--: ..: Rates $2.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on ApplicationKiiiiiiii' :
    I.t r Atlanta Bert Fi."h.( Del.and, J I er. :. : i \ l i NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY .
    : a>. .< ,,- LOCATED, EVERY MOD. s Laupherrner, Baltimore :\hl. J G It i it; aid that a ear bid bet>11 I \n\- I--.-1.-.-.---.- -..-1.1........................................:

    ERN CONVENIENCE AND Sit-inpr: Kockford. 111. g:It'd; by these parties and they: w ito -

    : ; \ COMFORT. .. .. .. : -- have had it for the loading ntthtr 1N111.0101 10/N1 111101 10/1/N111.f/NNN1N/0 ,

    Among tile resent arrivals at The: : automobiles Tuesday, but atUr .

    i Steam Heat Throughout : Bennett: are: Mr and Mrs A M Barnes I II the i. 'uatn-e of the >rd-r to ; ,. 4| "The Ivy Lane Inn"J

    ot lifrmantowu I'a, Mr and InThollll"Son > ceive nothing but IK-rWi! it.le fr<- gIil, i
    : S. H. MOSELEY. : I : Elmira: X YIr and MrsJ : A High! Grade House. catering (10 the most particular pecpte: Cectial location
    u "0 r they were told thir mafliiin'A: cnu'i1hot :
    : Th. \tluetun.Thouuodlland Proprietor. :. M McCarthy Camden X Y.: G W I be shipped.; 4 S3.00 and S4.CO per day- $17.50 and higher per eeh.

    """ I'nrk./ N. Y.. during suiinii'-i ol1X11. . Manning, New York city Mr and Mrs Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor
    L'oraiu-e: :, Omaha Xeb, Mr and Mis
    : fisT{ Mr. Foster : W 0 Stamps, Atlanta Ga. Mr and Mr-I t fREDOM[ : ,flak Mr. Foster so..N.O.
    5k ....... ...o s S..S N.. S..ONN

    5..................................................... E L Bailey, Middletown Conn, Mrs A CHANCESLOOK -- -- -- -
    k P Ixwejoy, Janesville, Wis :Mrs W II [ GOOD fOR[ GREENE.{[ 99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999QTTTrTT
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    l'ltml'nt1t: Vernon X Y. Mr and
    .. 4
    ..r.r...r.ur....r...r..............................Sr : Mis W 0 Spoeri, Chicago IIIIr: __ 4 THE T TT E. H PURDY Prop.Daytuua. .
    4 OLV 1J-/J-/J-L/ hloiiJa
    .. and Miij F C Hoize 1 Xe.v York city, ARGUMENTS WILL BEGIN LATE 4

    . THE HAMILTON : Mrs Ellen D Grover and :Mrs Edith 4 GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON ____
    t B Grover, Ho.st.onIr and Mrs J G 4 4I I Surrounded by Spacious Grounds, in the most dell htlul jart i-i, the: Citv
    : Knight and Master Hacy, Han'rhill'l DEN The guests receive the best the markets afford lu the dining room aud eve y
    \ : New and First Class I OF PROOF IS ON THE :
    Mass, Albert Thompson Brooklyn 4 comfort and convenience that a well regulated hotel tau offer to the publiv:

    .. .. Thomas Baffa. Brooklyn and Mrs GOVERNMENT. ..................................................iM +
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    5 J E Ton"'Son, Chel St"dlatoS.. Mrs G .
    Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells : F \Vek-h.: S;-.tuae, Mass. :Miss! M S ATLANTA. March 22! -fh. liaritisof I....................!.........r.....................
    tincase of Men jam in : ei'-'. wln,
    lr.I ::
    t' llt'iker, Ikxmui, Mr and Mrs E W DAYION& l odes : lIall.I., :' :
    Cleveland 1
    Rooms with ithout Baths .:> trying to >;aiii his liberty I'll a 4 rs.. :
    : Elegant -
    : 1 Burivll Brooklyn Mrs .\ W Il< b- : ,IIIC1lt. .. . .", " .I I tA' : .
    "liaupersoa.h, way, stopped it':. : optly :j and ot "'CIVI'C stetueat! .,nd, I
    Icgton.? Mr and :Mrs John bt
    .1 iiL-dii, \V J" SIMPSCN I'rop.
    - i ir I at 11 o'clock: th lurtnooH. iiiil; :. electric i Iis-hts. 1 Reasonable tattv .
    Mowlu-ad Uetrdt.Ir: and .Miti G T .
    the anUl1lo-lIt.-.; \\l! !" '_"I 1:1': I I.............................. .... I.r.re ...>>...a....
    L'tiilk: Land Mr and: Mrs S XVVttnimau
    MRS. I. MABBETTE, Proprietor : : :.lll'rnOOIl.
    r \ Bo Air aud Mrs II-
    ton. The bitrtlii oi' fl, i I". i r".' '. .............th.................eeec........>....N s..ss
    r iMifiirhand: tauiily, Youus: own O,
    the governn: '" '''<' '. 1\ !I.. -i!''I.
    : Palmetto Avenue .fisT Mr. Foster DAYTON. FLORIDA : !jC .\ Ilurd. Beverly Ala**. C E Lin- '. 4 I !
    (J'.x-ene has anythu-! : M ol'tli-- '''.it'liie : THE AUSTIN
    ......................................................1.i j han, New York L W Guetby and tho11i.tn he had \\ h..n ar-.s'! It.ol l. I li, .- !i.. 6
    j Ruth L and Louise A Gueeby. _
    !lieved': the ;O\t'rlllll'UI lia, t'a.:! i .11: I 4 I OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA: 1LOKDA! : i
    j I Salisburg: Aid, Miss {' .\ Zirt r and
    .....................r.......................r.....I.1 I Ali,, .J G Kubele, New York city .Mr that Oreene will sai: h .- 1 ,-r > G.V.. SWAN. 1'ro'iietoi. t

    i! and Airs J K Hu-ber New York city, j Electric Lights and Call Bells. Steam. Heat. Hot and Cold Mater I-It
    Mr and Airs J V Harvey, Columbus' tf+ON....NM....0................tt.......IlN.....0 N I
    : Henry Schmidt, Proprietor, Daytona, Florida .I ,

    : Situated on the bank of the Halifax River one mile from Atlantic : FAREWELL PARTY AT Kails., Man UJ:! 0...........01.N.0..OON00.NOON..N000.11 0.00.10.... .
    0 Ocean. It has fifty rooms single en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms -The county c< ut: house bun I' <1 ;,

    are large, airy, and nearly all have sunny exposure. The cuisine and serS THE SARATOGA INN. here today. The !loss will r i>-.n h J i !MRS I) J Cl'MMIN: ; lls.1

    0 vice is admirable. Rates, $3.00 per day and up. Special rates for families : 1 $:'lttlUW."aluat.It:' records and d"umenti < THE PINES }'r,'. rll: ''''
    The last and pos:;.bly the most en- s !
    : on application. : j,<<.vahle of several euchre parties held: were -srroyed in the tl.un(' -. An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct f
    .......................................r............. j! : took1' .. j of
    at tht- Saratoga Inn th'e winter t supervision the proprietress. J

    [place Monday evening. The affair was :NINE MINERS CRUSHED 338 South Ridgewood Avenue DAYTONA FLORIDA ,

    !"t"all.in. the nature of a farewell in UNDER FALL OF SLATE. ,, i y
    .......r.r.r.r.r.r.r.r.r.....r...r...r.r.r...........5'r '' honor of ('has. button Amsterdam.'Col. Satin. mat.e,uitot .ts the! its M.ti-iiiili.t. Ahul. I'a K S

    and Chaa. 1'ITTSUrU. M-rt-h I :1'2:::-N"ne: III n-i: i 11............NN................*NN f111N NN...*....
    113 SouthjRidfiewood Avenue. : : .1. S 11'Eanlbany
    : THE MAGNOLIA were: crushed to death 1.1'a fall oi
    i I :Alf. ers and Air. lJobt'>man uf Schnc I/
    : LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. : late in tl.' ,. Ha/.fl mine i.f the 11:1|; : _
    t uly. X. Y., and left next: morning I
    : Fresh milk, vegetables and fruit on the place. Furnace heat. RATES : $2.CO per : on their return: home. tao! Coal npany: at Etta ('ann"-..- The WillmerI I The OSBORNE '

    week and burg today.
    day and : $12.00 per up.
    ,, All the tables in the large parlor
    , .
    tt S t5 : t\ It A OSHORM-, 1 ","

    : /t\ Mr. Foster MRS. CELESTE HINKS Proprietress. : were ('('Cupit"(} by attentive play''rt> :, The Word Slave. Conl: 'rt.t!">!O': 1<,..,,,,... (Room. N \ulv I Ml.dtnt.iLe.:'j'v .

    r......................I.....r.......r.r.....r...r.r..r and game.After the result was.thtalU..s naturally 1111-.1', f'itnii'alid The "word "slave" originally meant" L\.U\HT! T.iH.CKav so7>: .. ..d1 VlI. Ia.
    "noble. tin:'::. in tl.e I.r..t pi.icv. "Slav! > MoJciatc31Z j>2 SO I.- jb w j i' r *" K
    l't.frtpl.lnt. 'lIt" u' rt- ,'..1'd.. u ,h !.. rh. One ul the :-\1'' r '". I : Steam Heated k. 11 Oi .aee Awe '
    So Palmetto I Ave Daytona, Fla
    NN _._._._._._ .a *.a...a.. .._........... ---- - -
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    THE IMPROVED QUISISANA SPA AND HOTELGREEN :.,..................................................... '

    : cITYHQTEL ; THESES Lake Fla. :

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

    American New Ownership and Management ,,' ,. ..'. .. ' '', '- -. \ .
    Plan Always open \ '' ' .r. ""t. i I' , ....
    1 Renovated and Enlarged Good Service HOTEL \"? :;,f". ;i; .I"1\ i; .. . : '"." ..
    '' '' J JM" "ii- < '.!'i-i- " 1.' ..:_ "" t' : ...
    Management H. C. F. DOIIM.NNNN BATHS, ,. ,;, :.11.11111111'1, !:. ,I"? i .--. . 1.1 /. '.

    .1N.......................................: GOLF V"I; .:. .:.:;. 01.'11111.-l'. .T/11 ';:;'. .. ..I:..-''. .t. IIII'I'.1'" !' I.I ,,"\'."..'".,. : ..,,' :. .1 st Mr. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Abrams, Props :: tff..

    I SAMUEL; H. GROSER haater :....... ..................4... ..IS .. ..... ..... ..t....
    i : ./Jjfi Mr. Foster #

    : ....... ....... ::-- : - .4NSNON1tf1...3511 ..M-G..........'.M..US I....

    THE PALMETTO: .l HOTEL INDIAN RIVER i: 'I\I I ] ? tVjv r'1 It.\ YTO i % .\. ll.' 'lill \ 'i'iI

    : Well DAY i'ONA. FLORIDA. ROCKLEDGE. FLORIDA. Hjlel Indian River Co Ptuprt
    . Known and Popular. | t \\ vli vl vMMI, I* !
    . ,
    : :
    Now: tiM M. N.: 'i t \1' < I ii I' I. i
    t Beautiful Halifax River. : . ,
    ,j' Overlooking the KmkiU, -. ti.! :K.II.! i" III.-: -: ". !I' 1\ .i' .
    : i-.i.
    < ..
    . ? Mr- >osto* I.\ININI.IIINNI -
    > *.1.1\ It I. .
    ,. .. . ', , .' \\ IUTI: ./ <
    I \ I rI. "I
    'rati A House. First Class all Respect : ,i. t Hitn rvil of tin! '-' \\hll'r.| -!- r .u .01 I '.1. "-, :: \ ..
    Homelike Comfortable in
    : and ,. .. .of -\\\1'1 I .ll II V Oh PIl-I .101 I INTER
    'I I. t P'rf.'t.UIt.11 t I. tpnn lit. .t. i I" ...
    torhitthtttclurtl.. -. T"-urr-.t.ot.H.:' tt.I.-.1! -.t: t II :,f"" ,,: i I
    I\r ./loll Mr. Foster C. O. CHAMBERLIN. Proprietor I "': "htr, 't..I..I.-. .it': I J'-'I\1! ... '.., ; "n]1' ., .' -.MMI.H i in. 11 111111 i-"I''I. I: s-.i \I co t< 11 III i i s >
    ..?..................I/N. Cttt.w
    ,1 .. ......... ............................................ D. L & VT. H. WOOD. Managers f1o...0..tl'U O


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    f GLEE' CLUB PLEASES I I A Not Unusual Case.I i His Alibi. red handed. I ORMOND ONTHEHAUTAXI jI
    '? Rastus hod been caught ..
    loaned friend some months ago -,
    a .
    DAYTONA AUDIENCE.! Rastus said I tbe
    A tenner nothing loath. Teaching again 1MOKD U ft mils } :
    .. I' of It -Rastus. I
    fif.h' And now hene'er think colonel gravely "I am afraid.
    The Chicago glee club as the '.hot DaJton-. ,
    number of the season lyceum;:: couise i' I'm lorry for us both.Ills that you're a bad egg.: 4>d on the Tel.as"tfthoHalUa i IriYe 1
    borrowing has caused a loss "Yassuh. dass what I Is fo' sboO. % iTO
    gave a pleasing entertainment at the; To him as well as me. I cunnel," said the old man. "rS Jest fl rue location :

    .. -=-- ;;- hi&h school auditorium Tuesday tv-j For I have lost the money loaned. plain bad aig. cxiunH." e -a permit S
    the people being charmed by And he his memory. l1t'mtnd. arainags aD4
    ening, I -Boston TranscriptIn "So you admit It. do your
    DAYTONA I and paying: of the mu- .s' canltaUon:
    and the singing d the colonel. .
    : enterprising and DAYTONA I adinits it. ounnel. bee% elevation U to
    F.BURGMAN. BEACH two alcians.: These Day "Yassuh. rb and Ideal for Ormoidfoun
    progressive towns on the Halifax BEACH The next number on, the lyceum -Pa, what's In that little thing tbf ye know, cunnel. dim bad alga nebbs Inter borne .A.
    ] Peninsula, are geographically Crane, cartoonist : Cupid's back oachesj. sub." said the o'd man.Whel'l"'Jpon .
    course will be Ross artists always put on l> vide bridge cot and tq a few drtvy
    one although incorporated as, sepa PHARMACY ?" the i-olunel 1 let him off will o\'t'r .Jut .....
    The towns parallel and clay worker, who will appear Is that where be carries arrows "v cu Ormond ..u
    THE. rate municipalities. March I be supposed that he had< with no other punishment than a tolerably Jrmond Beach. husk a'tae
    north and south at the new Daytona theater: "It used to bou. 11 tag
    REAL the peninsula of from three and one- James F. Dobbin I !I arrows there but In these days he swift Impact between the toe ot Many fine bomei I am DOW etoppq
    distance ::1
    for '
    I half a to four miles, and extend east DAYTONA Proprietor BEACH _- I usually carries a divorce decree in. bill I Ms own boot and the tails of UncKastus .are- .maintained T' aide of tb 01lth < I.Jn t BRKTTUXCOL. taw tx Io 7I. I II
    ESTATE and west from the surging seas ol quiver."-Chicago -erald. frock, ol1t.-lIarper's week; .Boats.
    Ocean to the Halifax Everything Usually; Had His Pr.f.r ne.. I tlver,meet of them I I
    the Atlantic
    MAN In a First aurroanded by sab-
    Carried 'armer-Now.. stranger.
    water I
    tide Hospitable
    River the beautiful Olau Drug Store Modern Pastimes flora &A4!
    FOR stream that sets them apart from PrE> ertptton Bit right down to tbe table. You are March 22 In American History poker la a game of chance sbrubb.ryb.std.. CALL OX

    Daytona with which they have close Department Our is Corn welcome to your dinner but you'll nave 16,633-Cesalon of New Netherland& In bridge the risk's not man. thrifty orange"am! OR WRIT
    SEABREEZE11IIANs0Pu communion by means of three plete In everyRespect to eat what the rest of us du Strao New York to the Duke of Yorl; But get rich quick U the sporty trie*. oth-r citrus trail TO
    well a half-hour ferry r-lf It's all the Where there Is no chance at all.
    as l-
    bridges as but .
    HOGS Iter-Tbanks. by Charles II. of England.LO.Duel W-.hlnst. star. tree MACHORMOm
    I service.:.' 'Phone 19SBRANCH same to TOO. I'll eat what the rest of at Bladensburg. Md. between Ormond hM IIL&DY
    Plait 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are .
    don't.-Llpplneott'a Barron aDd attractions-excel
    you Commodore
    and winter resorts _
    essentially summer Decatur of the Units} TODAY. 1'-0.1 auklDOblUnC.'Od .
    making hundreds of Commodore START AFRESH
    are Canvasbacka on the Wing. 5 fishing, sat
    SONNTAGI new friends every year among those ,. If you have any doubt as to the States nary; both wounded. th The one who faces the world boating, and man,
    who desire to escape the and cold and & : .wlftm 83 of the cnqvusback; on the latter mortally. cheerfully. putting each day behind pleasant drives. ir ix Anr VAT
    extremes of heat call fire ai I 18S -Stanley Matthews, noted Suede At Ormood Bead) I.VTKRESTID
    INYCSTMENTCOMPAQ hotels and boarding houses NICHOLSONFEED wing where business Just court his back as he finishes it and start.
    I their
    the United States supreme U located larg is
    when of PUOPE&TT
    are now receiving splendid patronage AND LIVERY the leader to a string some time 1824. ing afresh will in the long run accomplish fotet Ormood. and INOBXOND
    most discriminatingclass have the chance. Duck shot when died; born ORORMOSD
    from the STABLEAll you Robert Ogden Doremus. wel something with his life. ts leaver aUtvr for BEAca
    of tourists. propelled by the proper quantity ol 1900-Dr. who refuses to Irettoa Inn. Ta H..
    1S24 brave Will
    marvel died born He is man Gift Tew
    itself with its Order Given Itself. known chemist ; a
    The ocean hard as macadam and Prompt Attention powder travels pretty quickly be disheartened by the fact( that he I order occuptr aloaltlon nU.lftooM....."
    Desirable ous beach bat If your charge brings down any overlook AttentionJAS.
    Locations in smooth as a floor is the greatest and attraction Oarefnl Drivers member of that string of duck at alIt I ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. was beaten yesterday. I tiij the Halifax and
    although earth air Fawtl\arwlth Roads of today to noon tomorrow J i il b. latter ha as Iti
    any part of entered into a combination will be the fifth or sixth bird I (From noon
    seem to have b ;4 moon rise outlook the maiinl-
    SeabreezeOffices its charm. the lender and I'll bet a farm on IL Sun sets 0-10, rises : ; I

    The beach to enhance is the famous every automobilerace E.A.BRANCHReal "1f you would have a chance of drop-I >-07 a. m.: 7:18 p. m.. eastern oonorellatJonScorpIo time. CASHES! : ROACHPEPPER+: taunt brood\ Atlantic.beach andttM mmORMOXD
    world'sstraightaway to at last quarter In ( ..,
    coursewhere every Estate Agent ping tbe leader you will have noon / I Beside the broe.d.mooth , lay
    : Evanavllle,, record has been made, Beach Cottagesa not less than ten feet ahead of him i : 2 a. m.. eastern time all Jupi .JNTAINS$tYJl HAS NO ?'tI beuoh thrre Manufactory of

    Seabreeze Indiana,,FloridaLZ and and all these records it continues to specialty Then he will more than likely run I ter's; bright satellites on west of plan. \r;< no WIJONKnis ./'.... w.L I ire many drives for Pore Home-Mad

    hold without rivalry shot. When be. et. I \ ... and aatomobllw -
    plump against your i h.. Recast Ann toun. PICA 1Ied. i -urrlugf
    beach has a width of 300 to Tub.... rltnStuck. aaa b i JELL)
    Tbe >
    of mile or '1.5" Flan !Mu UIWC11\ around Or.monddrtvee -
    a .
    will be GUAVA
    be used from two I drops It a quarter from Imp Mae n bofcfru..on.
    500 feet and can SEtDEN'S short Poultry ill Invcto on VrjeuiMn Krcpt e to and
    for he can't stop \
    BURDICK hours after until two hours before so farther on. _: .115 .*., from Corn and ptevenu Hut (butea LYD
    of BEACH of that distance even after be Is dead." Today. 2S Cents BoIL y.te..u..tcrlot I.frm'mrCI.k.aetv.s.n'eat through grove of TROPICALWe
    high tide,thus giving an average DAYTONA Fifty Years Ago ".u .rep )
    CONTRACTORand 0( I golden oranges;; PltfSE1m5!
    for automobil- New York Sun. snugc on i o ouncrA of kuj h Pepper ur one
    BUILDER seven or eight hours Dry Goods, Shoes, March 22.Confederates ."b'.'. .4ne if KJiuull fur 2}Ctniv or one puund at I driver: through trop- 5_ Aaaaaa b
    CcttagesaHpeclaltyEstimates ing some part of each day. Men's Correct I k.wnpcrpcr."esh'ow.oe.otRns..kk.Sled. ... .. -.McqM Ie il forests to Hpan1th FsasyMO.a.e 0NIrs
    each furnished Seabreeze and Daytona Beach Wear Ha Striking Feature. In Charleston I ti "". "I ko.chp.ept.s3 1II Thi1ewnl., I ruins; drives to ..ratiy a.i'an ..
    All Work Guar of approximate -r..r:eeJ If out wnsfacMry moneii MJ" i Amerlraa Ea.
    anteed.Seabreeze have a permanent population Acios! from Fie was butler at the British emOOs'I'I harbor were Gassy enacting bath1'ieJ DISINFECTANT CO !h' ancient Cau+c- t
    ordinances -L ASHE
    1500. Sanitary 'uslde Inn :; =.
    ,Florida / enforced, streets The H sy and be was very English.! to bear on Fort Suniter. Q' TAMPA. FLORIDA: ::U'ASHE'S :- ; w:ir built by stares tlOOHiMYE+t-India: ,
    are and at the telephone, and the society editor ThE>artillerists! practiced firing RATSAULT I of pUnters of loaf LouS.taDapoettkNa.M.1eu1 parch.,.
    and sidewalks are well kept, was asking United I' .w. a... _a.....w..e.......... s .ol ;o. and drive to : ,
    newspaper where .
    fast of a Washington the channel .. .
    opened af
    streets are being ,
    V.C.GRANTPLUMBER as new the increasing: population de IL VANDEYORD him about a distinguished English. I States ships must inisi In orderto -b ::: L'NJ.: t&I I tli uo for man who bad just arrived as a guest the fort. Notwithstanding 7 "
    mands. Besides hotels and boardinghouses Contractor reach whose places are replete -
    Water, steam and there is ample cottage acco- MASON WORKof at tbe embassy. I these signs of utility the I with\belnkr. '
    I' '
    "wbat be
    the editor,
    All KindsDoncreteCurbings "Tell me. of '
    Jab Fitting modation for all winter visitors in Confederates allowed agents < ->t of Southern
    I .
    looks like. Give me some striking feature Washington government to *******4>***>****.*+p**>." fruits and flow.r*.
    Phone I652RDAYTONA the II.
    both towns. I. ORANGESand
    bldewalkg.ftc. by which I may recognize him. mot InttTfatlng
    Ono?the -
    of Seabreeze in and out of Sumter.Berlin MCDONALD :
    REACH All the attractiveness DAYTONA BEAOUFITZGERALD "Wellreplied the butler In awe pass I : R. H. of these
    FLORIDA Beach the two celebrated the sixty- 4
    applies to Daytona and admiration. **'e 'as a most hratel- pKintutlons Is at the
    I situated. fourth birthday of King Wil- I. MEATS Grapefruit-
    owns bci; g s>o similarly lIgent face.-New York Tribune. 4 hf.ulw.iU-r of the
    The development: of Daytona Beach helm V. of Prussia (afterward Halifax and known
    PINEHURST'IJentnlluta : Best Grown
    : Florida and Western
    has been fully as phenominal as its & One Suggestion. I German emperor). u4 Moundgrove. It trove.on 6t.Aocotlft *

    Drlr I sister ou. the north, and each year suggestions as to the music for I . hone of th j noe t *AalomobU
    Daytona Beachlod'rn here is a substantial growth. Thereat GATES the"Any dinner :tonight?" 1 Twenty-five Years Ago Today.The I The Choicest Steaks and 4I' : '3-..\3;jrovesonttte Rood N'orthofnOTaU. 10 XUr
    leveled : The Primest Roasts ;: :'r: i>t f'O.ht of Flori. .
    } Conveniences. > sand dunes have been loud with the birthday of I' : ORMOSD
    something eighty-ninth
    LAWYERS "Well play
    R tl'8lkaaoDitble. i r d i and N sash very
    and handsome homes have been lOOp course You understand?"-WashIngton I Emperor Wllhrfin I. was celebrated 1 T..I.-phJn, what you want and we .: pretty surrounding Beed. Knox an"

    Mri. W. H. FreemanProprietor bnilt for both winter and all-year- Daytoaa.*. Herald. Crvnnany. : will,'ud avor to tttt that you set It. : Mouudjrove: I. on l
    I iced Compar.7M
    round occupancy. I Strikers on the Missouri Pacific Phone; < I :.ii., D.sytona-y.blat
    I -- : Allswitchmen i: A;;;ustlne rojkj. B&LO" Po..otie. J JIJob
    Golf Versus Motoring. decided not to yield. I l

    *' ** *********** ****************** ****** :I' Tbe difference> between learning golf in Kansas City went : POULTRY ;:..I.
    III and motoring Is that In golf at first you out. Strike of bituminous miner 4 ji -

    'p Promptly executed atGazette hit nothing but In motoring every spread to- minors. In the I. Th'fiirllerjou leave jour order the Its i Finely ax-

    i Fine Job Printing I: I thing.-Puck. Ue"nold'ivil1eglon of Pennsylvania I 'tt.-r chance you ha." or limiting! :
    News Office.MMMMMta. 5,000 miners went out.RIDGEWOOD . the cholo..st. 4 ) Printing tented at I
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    Intellect annuls fate. So tar as a I I ............ ............
    .._.......................... ... ....... ....... ; man thinks be Is free.-Emerson. I r

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    Port Orange River Front Property

    Fronting a clear stretch of river; no marsh. Ridgewood Avenue and New Smyrna

    Road on two sides. River road and street on other two sides

    t i Improvements being made on all sides of property. .


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    Attractive terms will be madeto I ;

    a: I II Lot 1 200x346 $1,100.
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    anyone z I Lots 3 and 4, 79x346 each,

    any of these lots. N 1 I : $750 for both or $400 each.

    These prices will be main- z za I I I II Lots 7, 8, 9 10, 11 each

    tained for thirty days, but we I I I IS 79x346, $300 each.

    reserve the right to raise them I IQ

    S I Lot 12, 100x346, $350.

    after that time. !I Lot 13 100x346, $400.

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    '*. f : old-fashioned oil! lights axe entirely (: We have no criticism to offer con travel becomes much U'hter. I:.N.NN.N-.NNNNNO.NNH..NH.N.HNl..NN i iI F- -

    lPLAINTS. inadequate besides heating the s-a-: cerning the local officials of the Yours very truly'' .1
    } tion so that It is unbearable on hot FOR SALE
    E. F.
    ;;.. .,: - summer nights. Florida East Coast as they are doing GATES transportation I I COTTAGE
    : committee toard of trade.
    As all in their power to remdy matters
    an example, at the time this is =

    \ AGAINST$ THEEASTJOAST. being written namely 2:30: o'clock, with the. facilities at their disposal :
    :Miss Magda lIeu rmu: n, celelrated -
    : the Palm ,Beach Limited has Ii
    not yet : They are courteous: In every way and miniature painter and art critic,
    gone through, although due ,here at I i' "' i1
    are willing to co-operate at all times of Chicago, 111., is visiting! ; her
    9:31: and the train due here this I
    but unless some radical changes are friends, Mr. and Mrs. George H. Corner Belleview and !
    f morning at 4:33 went through here at Ii
    made we fear that the local offices Munroe at their home on South
    The freight condition is In even a will be practically helpVss. R.dgewood avenue baring arrived Palmetto Ave i iI '
    .. ', We will appreciate: any steps that Monday night from New Orleans: I :
    worse condition, it
    : seems impassible
    jtffRAUD IN A LETTER"I [ [ ;your honorable body may see fit; to where she had gone to deliver a lecture
    : to get any freight through fromJacksonville I[
    take in i iIi
    regard this!
    in less than ten or I to matter and on art and during her stay was I
    j would most earnestly request that the guest of the German consul. MJSS
    TO RAILROAD COM twelve days. 1! you come to Daytona and see the Heuermann will remain: here with I
    ii J IISSI.0N ADD BOARD OF TRADE . .. , . conditions Ii EDMONDSON & DONNELLY i ii.
    We 'are merely calling your attention !' ter season is still yoursef on! and while before the win-the more.Mr. and Mrs. Munroe for a month or !

    "I: BOARD OF TRADE COMMITTEE to these facts so that you may : I 1 i.......................................................
    see tne-entire situation, and not only
    TELLS OF the inadequacy at
    the station but the ............ ............. ....I.................ti.I.
    THE PEOPLE HERE TOWARD management of the railroad Is plac- .

    I fl.. ing Daytona and the East Coast in avery it's aNew Book, : The HANDPROPERTY : !
    , ; t"THE RAILROAD. unenviable position. Our northern ForSa1&! i
    visitors! stare in amazement IF I it's a Souvenir Novelty
    KIn response to the request of the : :
    when they see express trains sidetracked : it's something in Stationery and Engraving: ;'I : - =
    : .* Florida State Railroad Commission I to let freight: trains go by, .1 i 0 --- -- -- U
    l', that the complaints against the Flor- and they see that the rain schedule : SILVER BEACH : ; .
    The best modern Hotel in
    |fifa East Coast railroad' be plainly is nothing more or less than a joke. :CALL ON OR WRITETheH.&W.B.DREWCO. .1 : :
    I IS
    L and' separately stated, Chairman E. They feel greatly the indignities ,I .0 Daytona; 40 rooms completely _

    ; t j F. Gates jbf the transportation committee which they have to. suffer by coming : Extending from : : furnished. Will ell at a bargain : i

    of the Board of Trade has to Daytona in the way o* .seln'atior,5. : River to Ocean : : .: ; or will lease (for five :
    a Is written the following letter the let- I -
    etc., and it is a common comment '
    't r having been approved by the upon the streets that Daytona is certainly : years. : tt

    ;.oard. of Trade: getting the worst end of it as - I. FOR SALE OR RENT : : -- : t

    i Daytona March 20, 1911. far as facilities are concerned, i 45.49 W. Bay St. Jacksonville j. .U : M. L. Waggoner : I
    [ R. HUDSON BURR ,
    ,MR We are also enclosing you an East
    Chairman, Railroad Commission: Coast folder for the season of 1910-,I : BINGUAM & TUO I ]PSON :1 : Office 'eople'. Stale Bank. :

    .- of Florida, 11 I : .
    State ,
    , upon which in the condensed> II I .......................I..l .IS4SIIISISI.ISUSISI......
    Tallahassee, Fia. timetable the name of Daytona is entirely I AND. YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND
    Dear Sir:-Replying to favor omitted. t -- - -
    your We have a great SATISFACTORILY.We .
    of the 15th Inst., would say that we many letters asking whether or not rmY" ll V YN Nr i'

    f" beg herewith to enclose ,you a diagram the fast trains step at Dayona and

    showing the size of the station if they do. not what its the reason for I 1.a a 1..

    o! the Florida East Coast railway I IL I are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirs

    and Its different waiting rooms, etc.,II We are making this appeal to your
    I Stocks andBonds
    conveniences: for the public and I honorable body for the reason thatit in China and Orangewood, New and I

    method of exit and entrance to and has been impossible in the past, Exclusive Novelties.

    from the trains. and unless a radical change is madein ..
    The complaint of the l citizens of the management of the Flor'daEast : : -

    Daytona against the 'present depot Coast railway it will be impos-

    are: sible in the future for the city of EE
    'First-The waiting rooms are too Daytona: to obtain relief from these ......................................................
    fimall for the number of pasengers'handled deplorable conditions. A letter is on t The New Excursion Steamer :
    during the winter months. file in Daytona! from a high, officialof SOUTULAND
    : We offer to sale and
    Second-The station Is an old the East Coast in response to I I To the Picturesque Tomoka Cabin + ;: subject prior

    frame building, lighted by kerosene some criticism of the managementand '
    advance the following Stocks
    lamps and. is not provided with the conditions in which th:s? olfk-ial ElPtant! Boat -
    : conveniences such as the amount of stated that he hoped that Daytona rEI e g a 0 t Peo- .
    '. business done at' this station war- would not become so obnoxious that : p.e: BuiTit/ Service 4 and Bonds, complete description .
    on Board Separate Toikts for I.adiuz and ntlenu'ti; with all Modern ('00- 4 I
    f;.rants. the East Coast railroad would! be compelled venknces At the Popular Price of ONE DOLLAR FOR THE ROUND TRIP. i' of which will be furnished
    |j on
    suppIor drinking: to take up its tracks and runaround ap-
    I: water !Is furnished Ly a faucet I the town. 1 DAILY TIME SCHEDULt. '

    '.;eted out.-'ide the station, and situ-I We do not consider that the at- : 1- Prim-e Ceorge; Dotk. Daytona: .", ::))111.;i in', : ;55 plication.
    Leaves Central Bridge iMvtona s ,">."> a in I
    vded! with a rusty iron cup titude of the Florid i East Coast railroad -
    : Leaves Peninsula Bruise ', rabrtt/.c, a> W a. in :
    llBg from a chain. as expressed; in this letter i k tall
    J Leaves irnidT.d Bridge. Oniumd. ') :JJo a. III. 4 '
    ",' Fourth-The toilet facilities are seemly toward the town from Hi-turn: to Prince Gforge Dock, l->\'ton.t. 3':30 p. in. *
    ;'entirely lacking except for two. open which they derive more business than .
    : toilets situated with the doors facing from any point between Jadu>nn\i i If Chas. F. Bur! man Owner H.lI"k.!. !1'1!1"1""I",". ";;;;17 1:1";: I!;:,'oj" Seabreeze, Fla. *: 'I

    o the rear of the depot. and :Miami. ...................................... .. .. '
    ""rIn this connection we wish to state .i
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    that the express office, having now. I
    | "?the largest room in the depot is en-

    Jftirely. too small and the platiorm! i S27.000
    marked loading platform and the Automobile

    k platform on the south end of the Aeroplane vs. .,. Daytona, Florida, High School

    station is nearly always filled with 5s, dated April 1, 1909, due
    f.all kinds of meats crates "'IiI
    expressage April 1, 1929. Price $103.05and

    ,of chickens, etc., and every person On Famous Daytona Beach interest yielding 4 3-4 per
    and every one has to climb over I
    cent. Interest 1.
    these cases of expressage in order to April

    Breach; the open toilets provided. As a

    matter of fact the expres:>men hate , .. $900
    to practically store their outgoing express 'j-.:. .
    :: i ,,' 4 ; 11f Florida East Coast Automobile
    '" on the platform in order to .
    : check up the incoming expr{ .s. Association, first mortgage

    *a:: Fifth-Only one gate i is provided -=- bonds, 6s. Price .$100 and
    .. fog entrance to the platform next to interest, yielding 6 per cent. t
    .the( track andit is no uncommon matter I
    Dated 1
    I .I July 1904, due on or
    for two or three hundred people j I
    before July 1, 1924. Interest
    to be at the station 3,1, one time j -till
    endeavoring to take he train and you'! .. .t_ July 1. ,

    '' can readily See; that with one gate it'!'
    \13! almost impossible to accommodate), _; l t.

    fthe public and very much more so i =: Florida Publishing Company, a; ;
    owing to the fact that no porter are .
    \' ::: 6s, dated January 2, 1893, due __: ;
    (,provided and no oae is allowed to go -- "
    (through the gate without a ticket. In (1 :r January 2, 1913. Price $100 acr So I

    many cases ladies with children and I and interest yielding 6 per cent. I

    t.. hand-bags are greatly inconvenienced r Interest July 1 and January 1. :

    having to stand in a pushing cro..td, ,. .
    'y. every one trying to get through the '.:' : ; :: ., \. :" :' t. $240 + .
    ,1 fate at once. As a matter of fact two n i
    or three gates should! be provided ant ;( Stock of East Florida Telephone _

    _[ stAtion, porters and maids at the sa-1: Company at par. -
    tion to assist. those w ho are in need

    .:.i,of" assistance. i, 5500 t
    > Again there is only one gate fort I

    exit provided and this; opens in the N .< rir Peninsula Bridge Stock at 75. ____

    .end of the platform not more than I Isfx "1iI

    ( feet wide, directly in front of $2,500Port
    ? the line of busses and carriages, and

    every one has to come oat this one I : Tampa 5 per cent. semi-annual
    Sate and the same condition prevails AVIATOR J. A. I). Mi-CURDY IN
    Water Works bonds 30 Par.
    t; at the entrance gate. :; i .b.

    IWe would like ,to call :your attention I $25,000 : x-
    in the Air Er
    to a fact, not directly in connection i Daring Exhibitions .
    : .
    =; with the question\ of the s:a-: Pensacola Improvement bonds 30 :

    ., tioii facilities that for thepa month :: years 4 1-2 per cent. Par. ::-

    hit train service at Dayona and in I

    ;;, tact along the entire line has been $50,000 1

    abominable. Trains are anywhere) The Biggest Aeroplaiio Kvoiit Kvor lIpId in the State of Florida .
    Ucita Investment Co 6 per cent
    : "? two to eight hours late. The
    ho the Inhibitions at
    tr bonds 12 years to run. $96.
    Pabn .
    Beach Limited, which is due in rcy
    Daytona\ at 9:31= is a solid Pullman

    -" }traln, and numbers of times this \\mter .

    space has been sold to passengers DAYTONA MARCH, 28,29,30 -

    f on this train, and when they: went r I

    r; ,down to the station were refused: admission -
    t} on the ground that the train
    teas already filled. It has been ascertained e,. t1
    f'.' however that at Ormond A total of five flights will be made in three days, the flights to include a race on the hrarhwith ". '. U

    Persona fastest automobile that can be secured and a flight at high altitude over the Halifax
    secured seats who had no the

    ,;lfreviou3 reservation. Great discrimination river and the city of Daytona, and Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. ] CONRAD.OATES REALTY TITLE I '

    Is made in favor of Ormond ; 4!
    .8S any one can get on the train at These flights arc to be given under the auspices of the Hotel Men's Association and the Diy ,,

    ,_that point and if there Ls vacant seat tona Board of Trade and special arrangements have been made to accommodate the crowds I'f

    ,'they it can secure It. while at Daytona r AND INSURANCE CO. I\C.\
    remains with the railroad officials:: =tr

    :-as to whether or not a passenger isallowed j NO CHARGE TO SEE THE KVKNTSA '1ir ..'" I

    through the gate. I :: CONRAD BLOCK 'PHONE 128 $
    The question of lighting is one that( Chance to See Daytona The Prettiest Winter\ Resort in the 11 orld.
    should be considered as we have twosfight :rJJ I.J 11111J1k111111111i1111111J. . >i>1iJf1I ..fllill\lllll
    the ) r1r YY YVYY r JVVVVYI/YYY VY VYY/YY r1Y \ Y YIY 1
    trains, and at such times :




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    ; AUTO VEILS Ai SCARFS' largestshipment/SiyEu1i ; BICYCLE GIVEN FREE AWAY! i: :!: BARNESTHE NOVELTY MAN :.: I I Readymadedies received We have a new just 1 ,.Y ,

    o : r. r H-lls Stationery and School Suppilea, shipment of La-. I
    :: == \ ever. . Phonographs. Sewing Machines, *'
    Typewriter. Crockery, Glassware.Cutlery. . Dresses in I
    = displayed in the city. We are prepared for the demand : : See the handsome Dayton Bicycle : .. Notions... Fishing Tackle Toys:: and ; D resses white and colors. Also White

    : which the : In our window.; We are giving : a I
    Skirts Coat Suits
    this wheel away Absolutely Free. . BARNES I ,Raincoats !

    AVIATION MEET : No lottery.:>> InquireSflOT'S : U Will also frame your Picture, fix e. and Automobile Coats. .f *
    Ie . your Lamps and Umbrellas,sharpen
    N your Haws and other Tools and repair U> have complete line of SHIRT WAISTS!> at popular price. U
    : will create and can suit the most fastidious. All prices, ; GROCERY almost anything that Is out of whack pay to look them over before you buys 1'e,vhnre... will ,
    for want call on I
    In fact any : '
    : sizes and qualities. I : :

    .r I! : West End;: of Central Bridge .: BARNES o: The Chas. E. ,Gardiner Co. I

    5 The Peck-Hendricks Company I.I F : THE NOVELTY MANS :

    : :: Fresh'Ham, Eggs and Bacon. : >>South Beach Street Daytona, Fla. ; rOt '

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    Theatre .
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    Headquarters for .
    i Bicycles I : All Kinds of Fresh Vet- J

    etables and Fruit J

    Poultry and Eggs a 2 I

    g With tent a help complete we can shop do and the most compe- .9 .: Specialty. :SPbonei

    1w; I NEW l. I satisfactory work. dGRAIAM I :.. Orders Promptly Riled S SU .

    'II5 I DAYTONATHEATRE High-Class ;I O Opposite the TNO Yacht PSOy ClubS I ::. .J.No.W.237Nortfc Ball-Back--SL&'Pkooe Son SS !!:. I I

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    a-72Pr Motion Pictures I AVIATOR MAKES{[ FLIGHT w. M. SHAFFNERReal

    OVER CITY OF HAVANA. Estate and

    MONDAY MARCH 27 Fire Insurance
    i 122 South Back Street
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    Mario ArmelliniNOTED '" d.4j ........ .... ., .:::._.,-.

    Open Daily at 230NEW I TRIP IN AIR. .- : ::::

    HAVANA Cuba March 22-Canadian i /' ...,.. -, ,_,
    Aviator Johnston made his first I .1'., ,,'; '.';,::. ....':.;.'.,1. :--
    E'YEIlY'IIOUll I II J.l.
    snow I
    Singer ,and Violinist flight over the city of Havana today . ....'
    of cheerec
    and thousands persons 1 ..d:
    the aviator as he circled over the ;

    ASSISTED BY I *There are two tickets: to the .Two tickets to the Crystal theater -i buildings, and sped through the air. CHILDREN'S EVESCannot

    Crystal theater for tomorrow nigh with every"paid local of five --

    Miss Barbour Pianist. at the Daily News office'. : forMt's: lines or more inserted in the DailyXews I HELP OF THE GOVERNOR; for they be thave too carefully but one safeguarded.pair to last
    Hartshorn. I any day from now until the
    a lifetime if there are Indication
    I fiat day of April. The local must The following telegram has been of anything wrong with your cliOd'i
    Mrs. J.1.. Settle: and Miss Fay be paid for in advance. I
    forwarded by E. F. Oates, chairman eyes bring him or her and I win fit
    Settle, mother and tester of II. M. :
    i i ---
    I I I of the committee. of I them with Glasses to correct the
    I Settle who is conducting the Ga-I[ Mr. and :\Irs1.. C. Marsh, who I l transportation tfouble. If medical treatment i Is o c-
    Illlls_ zette-Xews Great Popularity Contest'have been spending some time in!j the board of trade to Governor A. I i tell
    I ' -'v! will you so.
    I went to Palatka Tuesday where they! the resorts further south returned I W. Gilchrist:

    expect to remain for some time. Ir. I' to Dajtona Tuesday night and w.ll "Please use your influence to have I Neville H. Clark

    and Mrs. H. M. Settle are located I remain here a few days before pro- the state railroad commission visit

    SMALL DEPOSITORS. with Mr. and Mis. J. 15. arrion on i reeling to their home in Prattsville. Daytona at once as conditions will Optometrist

    Ivy I.\ue. N' Y. Mr. Marsh is editor of the not be* as apparent after the tour
    There are'everal reasons why we welcome small depositor and consider It Look for the Sign of the EYE.
    ft mutter of good bustnessIolIcetogly. equal at tent Ion to small large accounts. News at Pratteville. 1st season has 'closed. Train schedules
    It U Just as natUfactory for us to raceIv. I small account aggregating *Tbe Foster company Is in the on
    the Florida East rail.
    thesameasontt large one, IM-CIIUM, alt l odg U three tines the okeeplni
    midst of the "
    involved, that U more than offset l>y the |M>43lhllltle4 of development of three dlfferrnt annual spring ale and Position wanted La northern road have been practically abandon I"
    accounts. We also want to nel .oUr cHXtonifF" incrensu, their buslnetf, and reducing stock by closing out shoes,
    deposits. i white all-round cook;, or w-oulJ do ed and all freight except perishafclq
    We 11'11I1... glad to talk banking relation clothing and furnishings at a big,
    our with you nt any tlmenud plwlreourseri'es
    to aervi-your Interests falthrullY''rhl'n you Intrut your huIIlt'Si to this discount. j meat alone. Can work in private family stuff is refused both ways. Depot 'GRfEN GOODSWe

    batik.PEOPLE'S. Inquire at the Cleveland, Day facilities at Dayona are entirely inadequate

    I tona. 95-2t for the crowds being handled
    I \V. D. Stark traveling passenger: ------ -- --
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    BANK and space is refused parties
    agent for the Atlantic Coast Line at ;
    Mrs. Fay Cartright, who has been holding reservations on Pullman
    this place, has been notified that
    DAYTONA FLORIDA. I ia the city for the past two weeks trains. Railroad commission mutj are carrying a completeline
    thj Atlantic Coast Line will operate
    President,H. P. 1.1:1.N U i'iisiil-r, :M. t. t'.1 HT KKVI tram0.. SS as a section of No. 8..), j visiting her sister: Mrs.V.. M. Han- see.conditions. now to appreciatethem of Green Groceries, including
    <-lVe.II.-nhn. B. RJ\ L\X. M. L. W.XfitiON'KIt.X kiifcs and family on Ivy Lane. re- and a later visit will be of little
    leaving Jacksonville at llt p. iu.. :
    turned to Bartow Wednesday .
    April, 5 and 6. All pace will morning use.BURNEY
    bOO'' accompanied by her niece, little IS FINED $100
    : sold at Jacksonville for those: da.t ,
    P! -71 4 Mr. Stark making the I'{ ef\"ation'31) MIINS Maxine Haukin. Mrs. Manj FOR CARRYING A PISTOL. Golden Wax Beans
    j kins will go to Bartow in April and
    for peopleIn this section. I AUGUSTINE., March 22-S.V..
    bring: Maxine home with her. Green Beans
    I Burney, the young man who was arrested
    *FOU SALE-Keo runabout recent
    LOCALSPERSOIALS at the time of the double Espanola -
    model fully equipped wind shield[!I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Randall have CucumbersCauliflower
    murder along with the Carle-
    top, speedometer, two extra tires inj I removed from their Kidgewocd av-
    tons was tried before Judge Mackeyon
    good condition; has extra fy'dinsj j enue home just north of Orange art -
    AX nt the charge of carrying concealed
    seat. Bargain if taken at once. t! culls, to their new brick residence:
    He was found and
    weapons. -guilty
    quire Ormwid Garage. :IC-U; code In'I'I adjoining the Sebring place on South Tomatoes
    Rev. A. J. Wilder and his bride \\'. (:. Il.dsewrood was sentenced to pay a fine of $100
    UobUs went over to Orlando avenue. Mr. Randall hasa
    returned to Daytona Tuesday after and costs or to sere t 0 days in jail.:
    Tuesday afternoon to attend th U'alton Stuart Wins; and son. I very comfortable house with much
    noon and are at home ,in the Bnisco- 'I''I'h'3. The btate dropped the charge of accessory PeppersThey
    Great Council of Red Men being held C. Wing who have been"I more room than might appear !from
    pal rectory. at that place Mr. Hobbs | the front view, after the fact in the murdercase
    U: l'n.st ; for a time at Schmidt's hotel. M and the grounds are

    great sachem and a member of the(Ileft Tuesday on the steamer Con-)1) much larger than at his other place, and simply pushed the concealed are Always Fresh.

    **FOR SALB--E. M. F. Touring judiciary[ committee of the Great::;6titution for Palm I each.( Mr. tt'ingj'I giving him an opportunity u improveand weapons charge. A pistol which Bur-
    Car in filtt.rJai condition fully CounciL i ney wan carrying led to this: charge
    ; is a cousin of Ur. George Walton beautify on a greater scale* thanthl'rl'

    equipped. Marshall Gardiner 110 but was not aware of the presence I although he has a't"r)' beautiiul against !h ''lll.

    South Ileach street. !JJ. :t-IG. *LO3T of Dr. Walton in Daytona until I garden in the rear of that -'-- -
    -Eyeglaists, between Volu- they res **LOST-.\ bunch of keys, finder
    sia Ave. and South St., via Beach St., had been in the city for several ,j''idence. The grounds about his new will please return to 0.A. JIerexare \, DAYTONACOLD

    D. D. Rogers went to IMlatka and Magnolia and Hidgewood Ave'a. Return days. They came here from points | dwelling however, already have the \V. .1. 110rgan.-Box 567. ;
    points northwest of that city Tuesday to G. U. Seaman and get re- in the Interior. appearance of a natural park. STORAGE CO.R. .

    expecting to be until the I
    ward. 00tfMro. --- I WILD SCENES AT TRIAL
    : D. JOHNSON. Mir?:
    end of the week. ** TO GIVE AWAY TICKETS
    FOH SUO foot launch with OF THE CAMORRISTS.
    **FOIl lUI.E--E.\1. P. Touringcar ;. Kenneth Southerlai.cl: and 20 horsepower engine. A bargain. At i: WITH PAID READERS ,

    in fir t-cla .s condition; fully children; who have b* en spending the Dunn's dock. Jack X. Drawn 1 j II j From now until the close of the V1TEIIDO. Italy: larch 221Vildriots t-
    were percipitated in
    equipped. :o Cedar avenue. :t season here with Mrs. Southerland's -t-aaoii" for the daily the Daytona Cauipr-
    I : its trial today and the attorneys UIDAYS'Spring
    ---' parent! Commodore and Mrs. Conrad D. D. Rogers senior member of ,; Daily News will give free with (
    *a.fv every both sides Joined in the
    fight. TJie
    Mr. and Mis.-John McGhk, regular Stubeubord and other relatives,I the firm of D. D. and C. M. Rogers | paid local reading notice amounting Terrorists : ( I
    ccreemed; in their : eii
    1 Dajtona viitcr for many years. on North Ridgewot-d :avenue departed civil engineers 6f this city, while engaged j 1 to :41tor more, two tickets to the I cages and a rush was made to*> Release Sale

    .1+ and guests at the Morgan hotel.deI -' Tuesday: on their return tLrooklyn o with several other engineers Crystal theater. This means that them. Soldiers
    were ru3hedNinj
    parted Tuesday on their return to X. Y. in locating an old survey line at New j: every paid local reading notice of
    ;and the
    I rooms
    Brooklyn :\. 1.Ladies' : --- I Smyrna found a stake which he | he j lines: or more, which i is paid for I fierce struggles'Beautiful was cleared after

    The Marion. Ohio, contingent in had himself put in ::I years ago. It !; iu advance will entitle the advertiser ,, March 21

    hairdressing parlor 19 Vo- thus city enJo)ta pleasant outing was in the center of the main residential to receive two tickets to the Crystal :---
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    . streets of the theater for the
    Tuesday the
    lusia Ave. Mrs L. A. Schofield as guests of \ H. city and was night of the day out", <

    wed-tf Ruing and Major A. B. Foster aboard buried some distance below the surface I| which the reading notice appears in r I 1 ToAprillClothing

    the Dutchess on a cruise to Xew but was still sound and good. the Daily Xews. This offer will lJt l :: "* '

    II. McDonald joined Mr;. McDonald Smyrna and Ponce Park. includinga good from now until the first daj of I Home Sites

    at Glencoe Tuesday afternoon, fish dinner at the latter place. A The Little GNU of Daytona 13$ j'April. : :

    where she has been with her mother beautiful day added to the enjoyment So. Kidgewood Ave., will be sold at i -- Including tx--an B-'aeli Hirer Shoes
    since the middle of last: week and of the party.Mineral. a sacrifice to the one that makes the I, |RUSSIAN MINISTER ALIVE j I : II 1\.1.] tnt-rlor lots for Gale

    they will probably return the latter --- best offer before April IiI.) It is in AND CONDUCTING AFFAIRS.1 t : chap., half tulle flow Hoa'\!t ,
    I l.rld-4: on tb- P'nln..ula Urty.-. .
    part of this week. complete anger; S room, butler's r Furnishings.
    PEKIX. China March : Addrt p .
    I I 2L-Reports +3 o. Box ate or :\Ir.
    pantry and bathroom; good cellar, i that the Russian minister has bel'n' : I.M....,).1- obMn>, on th pr. wIT ;
    i **See D. F. Randolph. Second cistern, electric lights etc; complete:, aajsatsinated, are I I
    avenue who will care for your poverty garage with man's room finished; 'I ]he i is conducting the affairs untrue of and h.oftite .- :t WILL PAY YOU TO IN. : 10 Per Cent
    during your absence. S2-3t fruit, flowers I
    shrubs and trees; a < rojay :L; usual. : VESTIGATE. I ,
    Watersof little park in itself. For
    Mr. and Mrs. Frank IHile and price and t.... ..................J, -- TO
    ) I
    terms. apply or address John .
    .J Han- ............
    '( -..-..--- - _____ I
    daughter friends orIrs.. C. B. dull owner at hi> new l i'ome, 4i.X! S. ( - - - -- ......... ..?-

    i Williams of First avenue left Tuesday Ilidgewood a\I.. !,t'xt duos to Sta- ,j :5Q Discount

    I afternoon, for Savannah Ga., en- all kinds for i I lIr.l1g'.t: Cement _

    I route to their home at Bridjeton, X.'I ----- WalksA. -.l

    J. They came to Daytona expecting sale atYoung's A F buys a furnished Beach I J r TEN DAYS ONLY

    'I to remain only for a day or two, but l AH 5 0 0 street residence; 8 rooms I( I

    were so'pleased with the city that and bath; modern improvements J i Vandevord Daytona Beach
    their stay lengthened into we ks-! Pharmacy : lot 50 by about 290 feet. Ad- | IE FOSTER co.

    I ress A. B., care Daily News. ; ( ............................. ......... ......... :



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    i ' .Page ,Elghi . BICYCLE BARGAINS AT GENE JOHNSON'S HEfiT PHONE RVI1 1.j2-2R1! [ ,.E '

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    it': ; AUTO VEILS AND SCARFS .JUST RECEIVED ; i BICYCLE GIVEN AWAY i :. BARNESTHE :re -_ I' We havereceived just

    Th largest FREE .: e NOVELTY MANY 5 II I I Ready-made a new Ii

    B'IU Stationery and School HupjftJiM, shipment of La-
    shipment ever.. '' N Phonographs. Sewing Machines :
    ; or Olassware.Cutlery dies"Readp-made Dresses in '
    Typewriters, Crockery. !
    ::: displayed in the city. We are prepared for the demand :: See the handsome Dayton Bicycle : II Fishing Tackle. Toy and _I I D I IFGSSGS white and colors. Also White
    .. Notions. V
    : which the : : In our window. We are giving : .
    : ; this wheel away Absolutely Free. . BARNES .. I Skirt .Coat Suits,Rain Coats

    5 AVIATION MEET : : No lottery. Inquire ::: : Will also frame your Picture, 8zyourLalnpaandtJmhreltaasharpt .. and Automobile Coats. 'f}
    S ! 'n .I, I

    2 will create and can suit the most fastidious. All prices, : ; GROCERY I almost yourtaaR'aandothNrToolaandrrpatrS iinvthlns that Is out of whack pay We to look have them complete over before line of you SHIRT buy'fls WAISTS,\herj at popular_ prices. It win ,
    J SHEWS 5 5I 0 I
    ; U In fact for any want call on
    : sizes and qualities.The : I

    .e .. : West End of Central BridgeS .: .: BARNESTHE 's The Chas. E. ,Gardiner Co. I

    Peck-Hendricks I NOVELTY MAN :
    : Company i : I ftt
    :: Fresh'Ham, Eggs and Bacon. :: 50 South Beach Street, Daytona,Fla. v I

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    Crystal TheatreHighClass I' 1 r. .. .

    susemerfs Headquarters for
    ( a

    BicyclesWith I II ': All Kinds of Fresh V ct- 2.

    : etables and Fruit :
    I I and compe-I : Poultry? and Eggs a :.
    a complete shop

    ': tent help we can do the most 0i N Specialty.Phone :

    W I NEW 1 i: satisfactory work. bY .: Orden Promptly Filled. :

    0GRAf1Ah1 .


    the Yacht Club .
    Opposite : No,237 North Beach Si. 'Pk...S3 :

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    Motion Pictures i


    OVER CITY OF HAVANA. Estate and

    MONDAY, MARCH 27 Fire Insurance

    122 So.tk Beach StrwtCHILDREN'S
    Mario Armellini

    Open Daily at 2:30Snow : TRIP' 'IN AIR. .1 l"g

    NOTED : .
    HAVANA, Cuba IarchCanadl'l ... ,
    I ;' ::: --
    an Aviator Johnston made his first -/:.;: ':, ::" -
    ""J";" 'y. .,':'"
    Singer ,and ViolinistASSISTED NEW EVERY HOUR flight over the city of Havana today .I

    I I and thousands of persons cneerec ':.rli.r'
    1 the aviator as he circled over the

    BY 'There are two tickets to the "Two tickets to the Crystal theater I buildings and sped through the air. EYES

    CrjsJa theater for tomorrow nighs!) with every paid local of five i tHELP __
    I Caunot be too carefully safeguarded
    Miss Barbour Pianist. at the Daily News office: for Mi's!i lines or more inserted in the Daily OF THE GOVERNOR Soy
    I they thane but one pair to lat
    Nathalie Hartshorn. I News any day from now until the ASKED BY PEOPLE HERE.
    a lifetime rf there are IndacatiooJ
    I first day of April. The local must The following telegram has been of anything wrong with your coOd'i
    Mrs. J.1.. Settle and Miss Fay b i forwarded by E. F. Oates, chairman ayes bring him or her and I win fit
    Settle, mother and sister of H. M. I -
    them with Glasses to correct the
    committee of
    of the
    Settle, who is:: conducting the GaS ; Mr. and Mrs. )I. C, Marsh who I transportation
    If medical treatmect i M aerlls'axvh
    -! zette-News Great Popularity Contest, hue been spending some time ml II| the board of trade, to Governor A. wIll tell .
    I you tiC.pre
    went to I'alatka Tuesday, where they '! the reports further south, returned j| W. Gilchrist:

    r expect to remain for some time. Mr. ,! to Daytona Tuesday night and w.ll "Please use your influence to have Neville H. Clark

    and Mrs. II. M. Settle are loCat ed'remain j! here a few days 'before pro- I the state railroad commission visit

    SMALL DEPOSITORS. with Mr. and )11":). J. H. Garrison' ; on I v-eeiKug to their home in PrattsAille,f Daytona at once, as conditions wilt Optometrist

    Ivy Lane. X. Y. )Ir. Marsh Therenre.several reasons! why we nn-leoine.-tniill depositors and coiuhlrr It Look for the Sign of the EYE.
    a matter of good l>u'lnr,*'*policy to Rlv MjUttl attention to tiUHll sing lartft account News at Prattetllle. season has 'closed. Train schedules
    It Is Just as uMtUfat-tory for UH tQ rtioelv* Ii\*vvrnl small accountuiitvKiitlni!: ? "The Foster company is la the on --
    the Florida East Coast rail.
    thA!llimll It..onel.rgeone l Ixnuue, I<fioltrrl"n' h tliret- times tilt' oljrfptiii
    involved that U more than offset h\ thetorrihlllttrrof accounts.Ve also want tonetllour cl'lt1)tUl"llllrl"t'al! their bu>ln."i-i and reducing stock by closing out shoes ,
    deposits.Wi. white all-round cooks or would do ed and all freight: except perfsha&lq 1 iJloisWe
    will* glad to talk hit nkl relation clothing and furnishings
    our ; with you nt any ttinnud |>l at a big
    toservt-your Intrrrits faithfully wn you Intrust your business to tills discount.! meat alone. Can work in private (ant- stuff is refused both ways. Depot

    bi ik. ____ ___ ___ 'I fly Inquire at the CIe\eland. Day facilities at Dayona are entirely ip-

    tona. l S2tj adequate for the crowds being han .
    I \V. D. Stark, traveling -
    passenseragent - -
    - -
    BANK died and space is refused parties --- -- --- - --
    for the Atlantic C'OUM Line at
    j Mrs.Cartright, who has been holding reservations on Pullman
    this place, has been notified that
    DAYTONA s FLORIDA. ttK- Atlantic Coast Line: will operate I *1 the city for the past two weeks trains. Railroad commission must are carrying a completeline

    Pri-slden. P.II.\SII. .'.hht"r\1.: to:. t'.\1tT KKVlcerresldent train j,i \isiting her sister! Mrs.V.. M. Han- see. conditions now to appreciatethem : of Green Groceries, including -
    No. SS
    f as a section of No. 82,
    *,( n. H"\ I\-;, M. I.. WHfONKK.Bis Jkiiks and family on Ivy Lane returned and a later visit will be of little -
    ... .... leaving Jacksonville at 1:10 p. iu., I :
    to i
    April 4, a and 6. All pace will b. Uartow'l'dtH"iHlar morn use.BURNEY.
    I ing accwupanied by her niece little IS FINED $100 I
    sold at Jacksonville for those datesMr. I .
    Stark making the rt t'natIon.sfor I Mis Maxine Hankin Mrs. lIan.i FOR CARRYING A PISTOL.ST. Golden Wax Beans
    kina will go to Bartow m April and
    people in this section i AUGUSTINE, March -:-S.V..
    bring Maxine home with ht-r. Green Beans
    I Burney, the young man who was arrested
    P FOll S.VLK. Ueo runabout recent
    LOCALS PERSONALS at the time of the double Es-
    model, fully equipped, wind shield,': Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Randall haveI CucumbersCauliflower
    panola murder along with the Carle-
    top spet"douteter. two extra tires, in I i removed from their! Kidgewocd.av. -
    tons was tried before Judge Mackeyon
    good condition; has extra fo'ding j jenue home just north of Orange avjtnue -
    \t. Cl r- lot. / '' / n I the charge of carrying concealed
    Fl- PI. I seat. lIar ain if taken at once. Inquire j to their new brick residence:
    weapons. He was found and
    I Onnwid Garage. IC-U$ eolMrs. I adjoining the Sebring place on Southliidstwood Tomatoes
    Rev. A. J. Wilder and hb bride \\". (J. 1Iobl.l"llt; over to Orlando avenue. Mr. Randall hasa was sentenced to pay a fine of $100
    returned to Daytona Tuesday after and costs or to sene i 0 days In ja'l.:
    Tuesday afternoon to attend thlGr..at Walton Stuart Wing and son very comfortable house with much
    noon and are at houein tlu* HpfO-1 I The state dropped the charge of accessory PeppersThey
    Council of RE'dIl"n being heldat LeRoy C.I'ing, who have beeguests n more room than might appear from
    pal rectory. after the fact in the murder
    that place Mr. Hobbs i b>> past for a time at -hmidts hotel the front "it'w. and the grounds are

    great sachem and a member of the I left Tuesday on the steamer Constitution I omen l lJrgt'r than at lei.- other place. case and simply pushed the concealedweapons Always Fresh.

    *FOl! g.I.11. M. 1-'. Touria? juda-iarv' committee of the Great fur Palm teach.I: Mr. Wins m i I, ms him an OPPortunity to improve charge. A pistol which Uurn are
    Oar in fiI ;t.dil. "i condition; fully Council. I is a cousin of Dr. George Walton,J I and beautify on a greater scale1 than *-> wan carrying led to this: charge
    equipped. Marshall lanliuer. Ill but was not aware of the presence I j II there, although he has a very beau- against him.
    South Peach stree' 9l l-T.-i'6.! of Dr. Walton tutu t garden in the -- -
    in ol
    I LOST-Eyeslaiets. between'olu- Daytona until they rear that rtsidfmt **LOST
    II I I bunch of ken, finder
    I sia Ave. and South St.. via: Beach St., had been in the city for several i ;. The grounds about his nvwuwellmg will! please DAYTONACOLD
    return to O. A. lIl'l" .
    D. I). Rogers went to Palatka and I Magnolia and Ridsewood Ave'& Return days They came here from poin's, however already have the ,are XV. J. Morgan.'Lox SG.. ey
    points northwest of that city Tue- to G. D. Seaman and get re- in the interior. j i.l>pt-arauce of a natural park. STORAGE .
    day, be until the
    expecting gone
    ward. j>otrMrs. WILD SCENES AT TRIAL
    end of the week TO GIVE AWAY TICKETS | D. JOHNSON Mgr.iii .:
    -- FOR S.1LE-3b foot launch with 1 I OF THE CAMORRISTS. .......
    **FOU SALE-K. M. F. Touring Kenneth F. SouTher'ai.d: And 20 horsepower engine. A bargain. AtDunn's WITH PAID READERS .
    I V1TEIU5O -
    oar in first-class condition; fully! 'hldren: who have fs en spending the dock. Jack N Brovrn. 1 |I Fn.iu now until the elosof tlieeason nuts Italy :March 22-Wild, t
    were percipitated in the Cantor
    equipped 20 Cedar avenue. 3t >ea-on here with Mrs. Southerly mi's : for the daily the l>avtna j DAYS'Spring
    ist.s trial
    ,j parent Commodore and Air. Conrad U. D. Rogers, senior member of Unity Ness will give tree witherv' today and the attorney |{>'r
    i-' both sides Joined in the
    Mr. and \lts. -.JohnIl"Ghit". regular StubenbonJ. and other relatives the firm of D. D. and C. .M. Rogers; ',: paid local reading notice amounting I

    I 1)a3 tuna \'i..itcr for many years t, on Xorth Ridgewocd: avenue. dejanc.d civil engineers, M this city while engaged j to :roc or more, two tickets to the I cage Tl'rrorisU6creemed and\ a rush was in made their to* 4v eel Sale

    and guests: at the :Morgan hotel 'departed : Tuesday en their return to with several other engineersin Crystal theater. This means that I leathem.
    Tuesday ou their return to Urooklyn. X. V. locating an old survey line at Neu t 1 i i every paid Loral reading notK-e offue anti; the Soldiers were iu>htdNm

    I Brookljn. X. Y. --- I Smyrna found a stake \v hk-fc ht'l( lines or more, which is paid form I rt' . rooniaat- "Vared afiei
    ItVt -; iugglr-
    I I The Marion. Ohio, contingent in had himself put iu ;S! ears ago. It advance, win entitle the ad\'t'rti.PI' I March 21ToAprill

    19 Vo- thi. enjoyed was in the center of the main to receive two tickets
    Ladles' hairdressing parlor, city a pleasant outing residential to the ("n*'ial
    I ................. .
    I lusla Ave. Mrs. L. A. Schofield Tuesday a.s the guests of .1. II. streets of the city and was theater for the night of the day m :

    wed-tf Khng and Major A. II. Footer; aboard buried some distance below the surface I I which the reading: notice appears in Beautiful

    the Dutchess <>u a cruise to Xew but was t-till sound and gontl. I the l"al: > Xt"ws This offer will be : 'II .. .

    II. M. McDonald joined! Mrs. McDonald Smvrna and Ponce Park includinga I good from now until the first day of Home Sites f

    at Glencoe: Tuesday afternoon fish dinner at the latter place. A The> Little Gem of Daytona ia8 April ,

    where she has been with her mother beautiful day added to the enjoyment So. Uidgewood .\\e., will be sold! at'' -- Inrlud11t4th...an B'-athltlvr Clothing Shoes

    \since the middle of lo.,t week, andthl'Y of the party a sacrifice to the one that makes the RUSSIAN MINISTER ALIVE HI:U. Intt-rloi lots for rah' I

    will probably return the latlt-r: .---- -- best AND rh!i*:ip. half mil.-. InlowlirnJ ltutr
    offer CONDUCTING
    i ---- before April M. It is m1 i AFFAIRS.PEK1X. : . l '
    I' ;- on thi l-niiiiula Jlrt\'t'. '
    part of this week. complete order; S S room*. butler V' ChIna March 22: -Keportithat .V Idiis. I' n, But 1.>, 01 Mr Furnishings.

    Mineral pantry and bathroom; good cellar, the Russian minister: has been 1 K.'I. I'btu "t, t'i! |III". wIT -' II
    See D. .'. Randolph 40 Second cistern electric lights etc;; tompletegarage : ainaUd
    ate II
    avenue, who will care for :jour \.roi'- ; with man's room, t.niched: ; he 11 inducting; proven tlie ut'rai untrue of alll: WILL PAY YOU TO IN- 10 CenT I
    1 L
    ., 9: :2tMr. : I Per
    erty during your ab-;ence fruit*" flowers, shrubs and trees; a' ()lea: ,- to lay as UMial VESTIGATE. I

    and Mrs. Frank F.' Ililey and Watersof little ,park apply in or itself.adlrt l ,>*For. John pr.t-e J Kan nuft..rm" ....lNtiN..............t11Nt .1-I' -TO !

    I daughter friends oflrs.. C. H. I dali. ouiu-r. at hi- new Ifonu4:.:> S. .....If N N MO......... .0...0.W f...............N....

    Williams, of First avenue, left Tut- ltid ...\\VloJ a\t' LLxt: door; ht :'t.1 1 50D iscount

    :I day afternoon for Savannah Oa,, en-:1 all kinds for I bi .nj.'- ,-, r.; I i Cement

    route to their home at iruleton, X. I II Walks i

    J. They came to Daytona expectingto sale atYoung's buys a furnished Beach f TEN DAYS ONLY

    remain only for a day or two but $5500 0 0 street residence; 8 rooms .

    were so'pleased with the city that and bath; modern im : A. Vande vord
    I their stay lengthened Into weeks. Pharmacy provements: lot 50 by about 290 feet. Ad. Daytona Beach i FOSTER CD.J'i

    ress A. B., care Daily News. .............4...................i...N.... .......... THE .

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