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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: March 23, 1911
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00248
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Every Evening Except Sunday During December. January, February and March at the Prettiest inter Resort in Florida.



il., Sixth Season-No, 96 DAYTONA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1911 15 Cents per Week HII_



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'R H. WRIGHT :: :: DUOHlKHOSPnALindSAMTARlll RIGHT GOODS School Supplies, Stationery "and Havana Smokers II

. First Avenue, DytoiM. Fla. RIGHT PRICES Books
i WALLACES'W. PaintingPaper Twenty-six: litre(*, airy room.newly Only first quality well cured tobacco ,
HangingDecorating furnished and rtttwl throughout withallhoipitalconvfntencea. IMsnooltlon to Treat You Right. GEO. H. CLARK used.
Thorough; IA't Us Be Your Jewelers. I
Vt'IUI"p.-dOJ..r8tJnllrooll1on'.cond Waterman Fountain Pens, News- Vet Cave, Manufacturer I

219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Phone floor. iSi I1 or terms C.C.address BOHANNON,M.D. L. H. ROWE & CO. Papers and Periodicals Daytona Florida. I

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I&;;' WORLD PEACE CONFERENCE LOSSES TO : CARTRIDGE '





<*. 't. MAY BE CALLED BY TAFT. Plate GlassFor I THE GROWERS% I I INTHEFIRE





I, ANNOUNCE IENT EXPECT ED i I VERY UEA VY.I EXPLODES. ,I

MANY PEOPLECOMING .
Auto Wind-shades and Lamps.
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: INEFFICIENT TRAIN SERVICE ELMER PEllETT WOUNDED; i I

HERE ,

TREATY BETWEEN UNITED. i I \ GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE CO. DETRIMENT{ TO EAST COAST. : BULLET LODGES IN BACK. I

'STATES, GREAT BRITIAN, JAPAN "if Too D,,', Trade With Us We Both Lose Money."

i' 1 AND FRANCE SAID TO BE I
FORJLIGHTS. MIAMI PAPER SAYS THERE WILL I WOUND IS NOT CONSIDERED A
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i I 1 i BE CLAIMS FOR LOSS AND PARTICULARLY DANGEROUSONE


I ing WASHINGTON diplomats of, the March world 23-expect Lead. LARGE CROPS EXPECTED DIAl IS ILL; SENATOR DAMAGE AGAINST RAILROAD i AND NO EFFORT IS MADE

COMPANY. TO REMOVE LEAD.
that within a short time announcement THREE DAYS NEXT[ WEEK[{ t
will be made from 'the White I Because of the inefficient train Struck !in the back wi.h a bu'let
SITUATION ISNOVI'GRAVEI TILLMANi .
House and the European chandelle service on the Florida East Coast from a cartridge which he had
: railroad the shippers and in
lea of.the formation, of a world! wide ATTEMPTS WILL BE MADE TC growers thrown into the furnace and which
Florida will lose heavily this seasonand
the : had been exploded by the heat: Elmer
federation under '
peace organized:
SEND WIRELESS MESSAGES; I VERY ILL. there will be claims for loss and
leadership of President Taft of the i damage from the growers agairst the Pellett, employed in Stiingft[

United States. DURING THE EXHIBITION I East Coast ,railroad, according to the bakery, is still carrying the bullet!

They declare the first steps toward FLIGHTS HERE. following editorial from t1eliami embedded in the muscles near bid

this organization have been taken The egress of people from Palm LIMANTOUR l MILE TO WE LIKELY TO NEVER BE ABLE Metropolis"The congested: condition of traffic spine, but la not believed to be dangerously

and that it already embraces Japan,,I : J on the Florida East Coast is wounded.The .
Beach and Miami to the towns a'ong railway
1 United States, France and Creel' I I the East Coast in the northern part inn PRESENT minis. TO OCCUPY HIS SEAT AGAIN. causing the railroad officia's trouble; accident was a peculiar: one ., j

BtiUan..Y it is causing the train hands and and even the victim is unable to account t
I continues rapidly. and Daytona is
Already it has been semi-official;;' CIPHER CABLEGRAMS TO CUBA 1 MUCH WORSE SINCE SECOND I yard masters and dispatchers trouble for it. He was sweeping the t
of the a'II. -
getting her share, because
] I and besides all these it i causing the '',
I announced that Great Britian and 3 t floor in the bakery early in the
ation meet next week. The hotels, are DECLARE PRESENCE OF BER STROKE OF PARALYSIS AND shippers of this section both troube:
France favor such an arrangement ] morning and had Just thrown a pan
and loss. The railroad is
company
I.mainaining their usual quota for this I.
and that Japan is also favorable. NARDO REYES IN MEXICO I IS NOT ABLE TO ATTEND THE EX, certain to 'lie compelled! to pay manyclaims I fuU of sweepings into the fire in the
These four countries'mentioned will season of the year. totht furnace and turned around to proceed -
for loss and: damage _
: be able to preserve world ,peace by I Ex-United States Senator Chauncey' IMPERATIVE. TRA SESSION. I growers. The condition is unfortu with the sweeping when, he '

if and compel all M. of New York \e now at I and felt a sudden '
Depew heard
force necessary a report
11.\YAXAlarcb 23! -Cipher cab'e: WASHINGTON March 23-Friends' nate. It is unfortunate for the rail: .
other nations to agree to limitations St. Augustine and his arrival at the ; pain in his back. -
but it is unfortunate for
grams today from Mexico City declare of Senator Bill Tillman are much road more I r
of armaments. Clarendon is expected daily. He is a the people. It Is quite useless 'to I Ii At first he imagined the exp'os,on
treaty and will probablybe President Diaz is critically 11 J worried over his condition and fear t
that
, Diplomats say a new picturesque figure i dwell at this time upon the cause for came from an oyster shell which
L between the four naions Is wed underway here for the flights next week. and that his physicians have been re he will never be able again to occupy I this condition. The railroad o.:fie La s I might have been thrown into the furnace -

and will be simultaneously announced McCurdy is still in Washington called. hij seat in the upper house of : should know better than anybody the I and fearing the piece of hot t

from Washington Tokio,, conferring with his manager and arranging II III shell would seriously burn him, push
The dispatches! say the a.tuation: congress. I volume of business to expect; it is I
i London and Paris. dates for spring flights. Arextensive their business to gather such :s hand to his back to brush it off.
His condition !ie said to be much pecial
in Mexico at this time is graeand
schedule is ,being very I II :
Uchida Japan advance
Through: Ambassador I worse since he suffered the second information so that preparations can To his surprise his hand wag cover
has positively disclaimed. any intention prepared for this year, and McCurdy the presence of Bernardo Reyesin I edith blood when he wi.hdrew it
I stroke of paralysis and it us unlikely be made for it. There can be no I
of obtaining a naval base in I may go to Rheims with Curtiss for Mexico is imperative as Minister ly will recover sufficiently to be I question. that somebody blur.dereJ.cr: and an examination showed a seta 1

Mexico and has even consented to the international aviation meet Limantour i Ls unable to cope with the able to attend the extra season of I that some body failed to perform in ac; hole in the flesh. He h sientd to a

abrogate the present treaty, with C. H. Blake, the wireless operatorat situation.It congress, which wilt be convened'cordance with the demands. It Is assumed physician who made an eiam.nation:

Mexico.r I theClarendon, is anxious to make is said the Revolutionise! have' April. that the railroad officials: are and discovered the bull t lodged in

; a flight with MoCurdy next week and taken new heart at the turn in affairs .I doing all that can be done at this the muscles near the spine. The

I send a wireless message. The operator and are planning. to strike tel- SMALL TOWN SPECULATORSNOT time to give prompt movemert to wound Ls not a particularly dangerous -

, TWO RESIGN at Palm Beach made a night ing blows in aU sections of the re the shipments from this section, one and no effort has been
', TO GET INFORMATION.
I with McCurdy there. The only d s- public. I I which are nearly all of the per'shable made to remote the bullet

advantage to be encountered to __ I CHICAGO.! March 23-The new-I! kind. Cut the best efforts that Young Pellett is unable to acv ount

y I Blake's sending however, is in the MOVING PICTURES SHOWN 1 administration of the board of tra-'e i can be made at this tardy momeU for the cartridge in the furnace, but

fROM PUBLIC fact that the wireless key on the aer IN HALL AT SEABREEZE. : will arrange soon for the elimination will not sine the situat:on. The it is supposed it was lying cn the

: oplane is attached to the steering : of the small town speculator on the growers are suffering both from the floor and thrown into the fire wi'h

I wheel so as to make it more convenient The moving pictures recently tak-,I board. It will likely discontinue all! I failure to receive crate materials and the sweepings. M.

fcr the aviator to send whehaving : en in Daytona and vicinity! and on'the Private wire service to al! but the
i : from the lack of cars to load th.-ir : t.
beach shown in "l!lmars':
WORKS I to drive at the same time. were I I important cities. shipments and the delay in transpor ASK STATE SECRETARYTO .
!house; Seabreeze Wednesday I'
BOARD.I opera at '
This could be changed, however. tat1en.I HELP GET RELIEF.The .
reach evening the production being: wi i Peters who i is Mekenzie
made to Orville attending
will be
Attempts I II
I "The lesson from the cxprien
I I otlfr stations of the United Wireless! nessed by a good sized audience. The School at Dobbs Ferry N. Y., I following telegram was sent
of this is obvious. The traWl'i
CHITTENDEN AND CONRAD company along the coast next week pictures are good ones and the audi- is expected to arrive here tonight to has outgrown season the facilities of the last night by the Daily News to H. 1
ence was well pleased with the pro I spend his 1ashr'aca.t.ion with his i Clay Crawford, Florida secretary of I
also McCurdy.
by .
I railroad for handling either Hat orthere
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duction. When shown through the state: ,
father William Peters, on [Ridgewaod
i I is bad management. In eitht r
HAND iN RESIGNATIONS.I northern states these picturt will avenue. William Peters, Jr., will remain Letter of complaint against railroad t
!I i the condition is such as to
EGCS C3.he
STRICTLY ERESH
furnish splendid of h'l'rti facilities went to .road
means n in New York during h's vataA war-I 'rat commission I
.---- 'I rant an investigation by the :!
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.I ing Daytona and vienity. ..n yesterday. Please use your .
COME' UP FOR ACTION commission. The effect of the fa
MATTER WILL I
influence to the commission hens
PROVEN FOUR YEARS OLD.PURCHASER 1- get
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BEFORE CITY COUNCILAT I while conditons: are as they are set.I .
form its obligations to the ;
I new. During the summer the inadequacies
Lost to disc'olrL2tindustry and put a
REGULAR MEETING MONDAY HAS WORD OF THE 3 will not be as apparent and *
damper development. We believe
upon : will be done
great injustice Daytonais
EVENING.At I I GROCER, BUT FINDS HIS NAME that even the oftirials! of t 1If' x
present situation is not; : seen. No
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Opportunity. Florida East (Coa. railway wnild: admit i-
a meeting: of the Board of Public ON THE HEN PRODUCT TO the truth of th.s." I freight other than perishable is being s
handled and hotels are handicapped

Messrs.Works W.held B. Chittenden Wednesday and afternoon F. N.i PROVE THE AGE. 1\ "i"i'1 <.!.I'I I In, ".,it r the "xllrl.t.on: ; "It __ I II for lack cf supplies. Town,

their resignatiois I '..di'11"1"/ .\ 't. IIJ.lk. money." It is I FIRE AT CHATTANOOGA: i will be out cl gasoline tomorrow if I
Conrad tendered ROCHESTER, X. Y., March :;:: t
as members oC that organization: add' -I !'n. 1'11".1! i !In:". taiid around and LUMBER PLANT BURNED.I no change in situation.
of this citypurclia: trl a
Harry Burns 1 / __ i .-
these resignations will probably com dozen eggs from a local grocer who ,' .1.1 th,.it if tli..y only had money at CHATT,\\OOGV. March 23.:; -Th* WHEAT SLIGHTLY HIGHER; y'I

i1 up before the city council at its next : assurrfd the purchaser the hen pn"I : a I.rtaiu time, they could have maden.noy I M< Lean Lumber company's: plant(, wad' :- I II MARKET I Y
OPENS
: ACTIVE.
t meeting Monday night for action. i it I fire here today. The
I strictly fresh. 'i '>trov t'd b>
duct was! The
I. it. Sure thing
Sir. Conrad resigned because his duties -, Examining the eggs to verify the ,! l In-v. will amount to $:-oUJIO". CHICAGO, 'Ian'hThf':: wheat '
of his I I binning question then is how to pt ,I I '
at the .bank demand more I statement of the grocer Mr. Burns I II market opened active and sightlyhieher
, -, attention and Mr. Chittenden'e resignation I and address written I! the money. You will not find it rolling HOGS AND CATTLE BURNIN : today with May ijuo'ed a' .
found his name It's a waste of moneyto jay inure :
is due to the fact that his several and recalled that he d'd i up hill nor be able to pluck it off FIRE IN BALTIMORE.! !to 1-Sc. Pro"isions"t'r lower with '
on and
t' health is not good and he docs no:I II. I the writing himself while employed than our price for Groceries i the bmhes. You bad just as well face the trading dull. May pork. S1C.S7:; I .r

care to longer Incur the responsibility cold storage plant four yeai Vegetables for better quality cannotbe I BALTIMORE. Md. March 23-ThejChriMoph lard, $S.SO; ribs, $:.22.. logs* were
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in
but
a the situation srtuarelyThere U
i of the position. had.Ce earnestly solicit an 1 I I II I -r Kurle I'orta parking; weak and lower and car tie! reaJy.. '.

4, ago. opportunity to t fill a trial order assuring : one way, if you are trying to make a : plant was d**>trojd by file here to I -- = T

I II -tart. It :is to >aStan a bank ac- i day with a I loss of $;'.,'' nOior'' l tI"' \ ---
BURR HANDED TELEGRAMNOW I you of entire satisfaction. lead of hula, and i:ittl.. w..r- burn'! }
: ,;}/ I UP TO COMMISSION.The I I beside the the to: death.j II CHURCH,
v other dollar one in r
of a letter PHONE 17
is
following a copy
; : received Thursday morning byE I bank Your signature will bring them I I I.......................... I Daytona Beach, Street Florida. 1:

F. Gates, chairman of the transportation CONRAD GROCERY when the opportunity corner to in- 1i 1 w
DAILY STOCK MARKET REPORT
j i i I! JdltnS food Jv, the Uaat/:: '
l. Just think o] it ! 60 sheets, committee of the Daytona vest. The failures may see opportunity -

board of .trade: them. It will .......................... t *
of and 60 : but it i is lost to I
f' extra nice paper Tallahassee, March 22. be open to you if you have the(' ..;hin NEW YORK, :Man h :2":;-Stockop- Protect Your Clothes, Feathers, M;

envelopes soiling today for 25 R. Hudson Burr, COMPANY I the bank. Start now. Be n-adj. ned firm at a -had- ha: her today I Furs, Carpets, etc.: withMothaline .

cents. Did you ever hear of Chairman Railroad Commiss-'on.: The ftr ,,f ,all bu-, u'1I'f'0, .> with Canadian Pu-fl', : : lauding tl" .v'-!

My Dear Sir- I hti 1".IlI\ d'.I'' !'! i i! vaiue and l Steel 1 up 1-s. Cor-oii: w t-
such a bargain! ? This is the For your information and for I 'PHONE 61.Daytona. :I"Y and from one to tw<> ; i.i.- ;:

best such Information as may be deemed I 1-- 'lower on easier cables.: ;i iOf
offer in ,
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stationery ever I I', A3 Lodge i j I
the Governor directs me to MERCHANTS ; -I.: I"10-'
,made in Daytona. Better get a hand proper the attached copy of a teltgram i No. 1141 i \tn.i1.! ;imut>.! 4'.l..r| "I"I .O\,J- IIt i

box before night.lIANKINS you just received from Mr. E. F. : B. P. 0. E. : BANK .ih N..rfc.; <"-np>fik. : :* :
\ 'Illullnllr '
Dates, chairman transportation committee Meets Every Tuesday > I IA I North::,'rn PUt> \ ;:::ss:: ontact with the most delicate
The Druggist board cf trade Daytona Fla. I J Evening. Visiting I Ii i p. nntxivanlirK 1-; .
D. McBRIDE President Invited. .C
AT THE PLAOE Very truly yours Members JB.. CONRAD Vice.President I *.rn Vrnn.ii 111 fabrics without fear of injury
/ T. E. E. R. ,
I : : Fitzgerald Hii'I'.H. ;"
Where Volusia Meets Beach. I G, T. WHITFIELD, Geo. F. Crouch Sec F. N. CONRAD. Cashier i I :t :
-, , f i.. < ay stain or bleaching.
Telephone 69 I Secretary to the Governor.I I F J NIVER. Asst Cashier
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J: r GEO. WRAY 1 I F DELANO THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA t. ,4

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FIANOS ..d DELAND, the county seat o! I
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: Volusia County, STETSON
VOLUSIA
PLA YEK PIANOS -
situated 23 miles southwest oi '
is
CODcert TUDerPIAI' :
OS FOR RENT I COUNTY Daytona and is reached from,the latter DNIURSITY.

city by an excellent hard-surfacc DLAND FLA. '
I BANK Four Colleges and 6
road recently <:onstructe Technical Kchoolt.
DELAND, FLA. At DeLand is located the John B Equipment cot.lag *
T nearly 10,0)0.)
THE Stetson University one of the, lead- Endowment $*0tt)0.)
Capital $100,000Surplus educational institutions of the Faculty of 4 II Professors I
Women's $50,000A. ing and In
South. Because of the interest ii structors.but JlOn.Rt'ctarIIiD'Tt'Mhlng.Christian

McBRlDE,. matters educational DeLand is known .
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PresldPnty as "The Athens of F1oris." For address information: S

MILLS'E? :(\>,\.1t..r "t'"b('I U UT !% J. B.CONKAD cStdent,- 1 Stetson University ha?a faculty of Lincoln Holler..

I U aVice-,. 50 professors and instructors There< Fa.i LL.>., LIU.D. >..
WOOD. ?
A.
H.
and President
; i Cashlt-r\ are .over $400,000 in buildings

__ nearly $300,000 endowment -
European I equipment;
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I Restaurant I --':-- "'7 -.-_- __ -: fact must be apparent to the most S ; a Carnegie Library alone representing J. V. PERKINS
DREKA
in building
DEMAREE. investment
By L. C. superficial obserWllh such lavish an

N UU One of Daytona's crowning glo- weilth of natural beauty it be DEPARTMENTSTORE endowment and books, o( more thai
iSBOEulDFURNISBISGS I BUSINESS AND is the United
'r1e Is her incomparable beadh. Xo came an easy thing lot the band oliran : $120,000. The library Attorney andCounsellor .
U Government depository: for the
who haj ever set foot upon its PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS to give the finishing touches Spates
one
2 It Pays to Trade at :: of Florida, and contains over
who I out the colors ? State
amooih, packed sands; no one which have wrought EVERYTHING at Law
S Peck's Bargain House :: ever pedaled a bicycle over its CT-I and outlines of the big picture. TO EAT. 15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one

Beach Street. :: drove a' TO WEAR of the newest of 16 buildings, wit
112 South who out
: pans;;; no one ever I Man did all this in the laying TOUSE'Reftdlng
zsisiusiusi.isisioisuivsiei.i.iei.i.i.i.a.ioa.i. horses and listen -LJ4IL 1I ..... its furnishings represents an outlay Will Practlea inState
praucias pair of of the streets with their wide margin;
of
ed to the popping of their steel shoes ........................I. of parkage. The entire city becomes Roomv of 60000. Elizabeth Hall building is one FederalCourts and
asphaltum-Iike face; no one U Inter Elevator Service 1G.A.DREKA&CO. the most beautiful college '
Its with driveways
LING UAH-CHINESE LAUNDRY :: upon a grp.tt park
:: lIt MO. BEACH ST.. DAYTONA. FLA. Ua who ever steered a high-power automobile : E. S. HALL :. : eel i'ni: ;, miles upon miles of driveways :11te Room. in the South.
DrM Rhlrts 12Nlght: | Shirts 10. broad stretch ofwavewashed ,- The'city has a population of :ibo
Woolen Shirts 10 down the I to attract motorists .
White Hhlrts 10 U Architect and BuilderNo. : .so good as /
a Check Hhlrts K Undershirts H U and surf-packed sand : 3,500rith a thickly settled country PfcLAND, FLA. I
IS1:Drawers 8 from .ill over the continent. DF.LANU.'FLA?.
= Hhlrts New Shirts Collaratt.13 nocks.p-r pair 3 : bus: realized that it is I a world beater : II Pulmrtto Ave :: I adjaCent. DeLand proper is live
for the pavemants, pave I
Collars or Cuffs S I 4i!Handkerchiefs 8 world-wonder. Go stand upon I DAYTONA. FLORIDA. UI And as miles easVof the St Johns River on
ladles clothes at corresponding price USIeISISISlU a U incuts thav; look and pet like grauitj WRIGHTINSURANCE
... .UIOl.R.IISSI1RSIIMSUIIIISIII this wi-ie speedway and see the happy I .................UII.....I i j -where else between the easterr VolusiajtoiiiljrAbstracLCf.i the high, rolling pine land of the
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souls flu by in joyous mood and great "Orange Ridge" of Florida.fflle
...I* and western seas are so many miles
0 Ua answer whether this! is not one of I ..ISISIUISU.ISIUIUI.I.I.UUU j i inhabitants? Tlitpavemeot ; predominating products are ,
rtjon to
H. C. THOMPSON Aft.a : 1 in prot) the estimate
wonders.
the modern and grapefruit,
seven
C. CHOWNING M. D.1: I' question stands with the 'oranges AGENCY
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: Fbh?Prf'ld'nt, being OT er
vicinity
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ENGINESHUPMOBILES n this
LAMB : 'crop from
: The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.) and :: fireet as one of the chief draw ins I'ary 1>. Ljinclls,Hecrvturyjind -
a : U :I General Medicine II Till unheard of place :Treus. 300,000 boxes this year. Grape,
cards. some
:: Where think you is water with more! Obstetrics :: ,
: Demonstration Given at Any Time. a1 I :I reports more and better*Da'tonachrowb Furnished : peaches pears, Japan persimmon DeLand Florida
picturesque surroundings? Nearly Offict' Hours; 1:11"1> to 8tO.: 7 to '* p. m. U I Abstracts strawberries<
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= PHONE : with tropical vegetation Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. : I down the gauntlet: to tbt and Titles'Perfected plums, pecans, guavas '
...............i.iai'I.U.IaISIIIIIIUSIUIIISISSUII mile wide. fringed :: world. and other fruits are grown in plent;
artistic cottages withoomy .RU.II.R.IIlI.III.IIIS1RSISISISI.ISISI.USISIIISU I
of public improvemen OLDESTLARGEST
Birds and Fruit In the way
Flowers,
Squirrels and InsnredMaps
verandas looking out upon her bosom ----I J
miles of fine shell roads, an
: ESPEDAHL : '! \Vhtcv-: one's shortcomings and are many
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JACOB countless num-
fishes In
gamey food S callous Plats nnt excellent high school electric light
1 tt Contractor and Builder Ua bers beckoning, as it were to thosewit'h 5 DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPhysician : ho\\e\er indifferent o even Blueprints Huppll waterworks that is owned
i Designer and Craftsman Ua bosom flecked : : one may Iw to many things the mementtn a system of and BEST
of Build- U rod and reelher SS IIELAND. FL} the supplying
, Superintends Construction : S r.f "!1ow rs and squirrels and operated by city,
ings. Plans and H|>eclftcutlonson : with duck and coot and snowy and Surgeon :
: little costNine
Hhort Nottc. ; S birds and fruits" will send a thrill the purest water at
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.si.isi.i.i.isi.u.ui.iuii. : winged sea birds which sit about as KOItAK 1'LACEPhone : that
VER testify
= : OFFICE that reflected in distended pupils houses of worship For Florida
1 if for Ihe sport of bobbing upon the I I 61 SS is BONDLUMBER
commn-
that lubberly old S SUSIS and pricked ears. DeLand is a church-going FARMS
si.......................I waves; watch fat' SIS ISISISISU SI SI SI.I SIISISISISISUSISISISISISISIS For every vistor wiLt a spare goober nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Methodists -
headed pelican pouch a -
white -
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S OSCAR MICHAEL mullet and that fish hawk struggling, u> ManufacturersLUMBER of
I He will sit bolt Christians and Catholic, TIMBER or
aa anti accept' your' gift. byterians
i upward with his floundering load he S
: CONTRACTORS Ua snatched from the water. I : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS : I L1rLght and knaw into the meat besides colored Baptists and Methodists TRUCK
LATH
Filling and Grading cen See the beautiful launches, spick II i' casting; furtive, saucy glances at you are represented.The LAND
U Civil SHINGLESMOULD1NU
a Keavy Hauling a Specialty.. Ue and span' with! hampers and lockers : EngineersDAYTONA : I lueroiwhilej graded school offers a ten Mend for Bargain

..............isi.ieioiIi bulging with refreshments, both solid : FLA. j Flowers. Usually frreh and bloom Agents: years" course, and the building which Sheet to;

- -- .-- --- - and liquid, ready for a cruise upon th t }:stjaIiII.ii.I. ,.. :a. : j in the year 'round you are reminded Jlusury's Paints it occupies is newly furaishe THE SOOLD-
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I'-iroid Hooting most
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beautiful surface. Take out your field : :ISISISISISISISIUSISISU.. j of Goldsmith's couplet \Vhlt.'halHVme throughout and is one

It I E M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. .class' : and sweep the river from ---- -- | SiiKlm,; sprng! its earliest visit paid Kll, I oriido PlnMtJ Briel' commodious .nd best equipped put WHEN tflHFLASD
r Ormond bridge to Ponce Park .,.0.fl.l.aOB.B9B.BOBeB.BOI.. i .\lid summer's lingering blossoms lion! Hand Brick lie schools in the State. .

I MILLINERY IN light house. then say whether: the a 1 are delayed.In FL\NP FLA The trip from Daytona to DeLan FLA.

Halifax isu': ; a thing of beauty anda g E. L. STEWART one yad roses of varigated hue is made by automobile in a little

*. 8 Beach St., Dayton Fla. joy forever, and one of the modern : MP.Physician,.|nl att< ntlon and l" tlUi-ii"Surgeon.v ni, rl II.' .. : Itiedoiamatt ; another household! has over an hour, and there are man
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.. saII and Vos. itljumul -.- for the poincetta and the LANDIS & fiSt of the THE
:!.!. \! wond.:.' Kv." Km Thront. .. . :'rililooi .1 p' nchant pretty drives in the vicinity
:Mnuiioli.i .inil' :
----- .r.siI'i..' i 1-ireisiisis ire aflame; another is hid site. A good road leads I tDcLeon
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w 'i' w. -i < f 1'.11. T.'It pliom at LalY.icticinc county GORDONGARAGE
mw <; The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge- :, ,Ins,', hour.: :i i. III. to1.'. |II. in. : uen in a jungle of tall cane. Varietythe Attorneys in nl. I I Springs, five miles, a historic:

East Florida i wood.Ridsnocd ISISISISISISISISUSISISISISISISISISISISISISIIS.. : spice of life and here is where I IItat.l1ll OourtsApodal ."!..d..m1: spot, where 60,000 gallons of water

_ : avenue Is upon the crestof 'I YOU find it. facIlities Ilnvt I bubble from the earth every minnti
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Telephone Company a broad ridge straight as the crow ; The birds flit in, and with theisjoyous I p'-rfoetinK tit It.s From DeLand automobiles go south The
FLANI>. KI.A DeLandHeadquarters
flies and the wide spreading branches DR. F. H. HOUGHTON : i notes help to give fullness I to Ostecn, 18 miles, on shell and

Connections at Daytona i of 'ho heavy-trunked live oaks extend :'nd symmetry to the picture. marl roads; the St.Johns is crossed

for Long! Distance Points t: their giant! arms across the mag- Dentist : As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, I S1EMISBIIsanc r ferry near Osteen and cars can then AutomobilesAGENT for

aificeiit v'eta, forming an arch, and I Dajtona; >Itlds: : : the pain to none for A. f.t"1'llrtEdord continue to Sanford' and Orlando by
'office in IVrk BloekI'1ioNF I
H. C. THOMPSON Mgr. i from these extended arms great festoons z3i W.-st tmll"Outb IJrhlgf 1 quality and quantity per acre. There Mary htewurt lIly hard road. There is a shell road Maxwell FOR Tour

of Spanish moss sway as the gSISISISISISISISIIISISSISISIIIOISISISI ere scores of citrus groves in prox- Attorneys at Land 'I' from DeLand to Orange City, five Cars and

----- trade winds from the tropic seas I !mity to the city: branches bfnding Notaries Pub miles, and a good road from DeLan ing

fan them. Looking straight ahead .l.ll.l. to the erth: with their burdens of to Lake Helen, a like distance. RunaboutsArthurO.

H. T. McCLELLAN i :down this white shell street one bas : T. E. Fltzu-. .raid iS:. K. Out..s : |I hrcious gdden globes which for D.-IAND FLA.

the. impression of a fairy path with : FITZGERALD & OATES : j teauty. proflicacy and all desirable BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO( Hiimltnttojal

Mill WorkWrite >rfiisa draperies but as you move Attorneys and Counsellors at Law : qualities would truly astonish you. I. A. l'.JblllitoHAMLIN

*1ong and cast an eye frrst to the ERICKSO&CO. Manufacturers!
t H|"'rlal Kacliltii .. for Examining The Fastest Autos and The Finest
or ask him about anythingyou 'right and then to the left you' see uiut IVrf'-ctlng Lund Titles t I & Light Granite Buff Red an

want made of wood Everything :Jj distinguished cottage homes in the = little, In('onnul Bulldtnp. Thone lsISISISU : i Out. Luirgevt !took: of Drab Brick

the best. | most delightful settings. ..SISUSISUIISISIa .. The 'SP\.t i.th world wonder do )'()\Iak" Pianos, Organs an( Large CnpnoiM i m-unx Prompt f'blp; &:

.-. ---- ? Ccuie.: whether tronJ ou:" Sewing Machines UKnts.Vriti: ''s r I."kl..t mid Fries.
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See tho glistening UIlI.f ,;:o"n\.I. LAKE UKl.rN.: : FLA.
North Ridjewood Ave. Phone 123 <|. magnolia which nature has varnished ('. .! {!A!:e.\!'!'.! ; !Af!).!'.!'!,.! \!\ ..!\.t or trots JIaine. from Kalamazoo o. lULYN'f t. FL.t.ALLEN' HAMLINAttorneys

. . .@. as no Drtis.'s brush ever could; and ; DR. J. P. ESCH mbutto: and you will be "shown.:' LAKE HELEN

I the cabl! >ig > palms with their burdens : li'-re is where the world's record for

of sho.\y! fruit and swaying palius: Physician and Surgeon. pe.'d is broken with every recurring ) : Surrounded by several pretty lake: and

1 PICTURESQUE PORT ORA6ERORAGJ
ito Lt:t')'; see the climbing vines I ::J in..ntoT ii. III. num.' -.. l'\M 1 iNIlKACH. .\ : e-t. and The finest are on daily Lake Helen, a winter resort of no Law
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t>- ,'un riot in the trees; see the cr> potsmotis .!. -:!\!.>i'........._. .!.!.. ... S a .,.).,i.C \.'.. -ide: and the big show is as free P\\ DRUGGISTSJE'VELERS J littlc importance. Camp Cassadaga,
a pretty little NlllnsegltuAted PORT ORANGEHOUSE ; forms waich gain a foothold t.e: purn artesian water fioiu th'toisind. I I a spiritualistic camp-ground' is situ r>FLAXl. Kl.Di \,

five rntIt.outh -s / .m the great oaks and situitlyp.illnis .. ,........8..8.S...4: ; ? cf flowing wells.! ItS: a P>:I. VNI>. FLA. : atcd near Lake Helen and at this:

of Daytona on and surely you will join in J; Dr. SAMUEL M. LONGDENTIST I c-onfnaous; show with a constant I place several hundred people make<
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the PaytonaX'wSmyrna ilhe cloru-5 and say that this i3 a : sa.:t:flj scene I winter headquarters. A laige Inmbei I'fONTAI'SDaLAND I
hard surface -
i : from ahors:! G. W. Fishe r mill and the largest brick plant ii I
road,th-sof nlc S. Fred Cunnings world vender for beauty. I Everything goes 1 I F1.A.
of th.- Kn!'t the South located at Lake Helen
highway to a 2vO-hoTi* power, and Drug Co. are
Coast. The town Is Owner and Managei Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage ;: One Door North of New Merchants : I' power up !
( aJl degrees of speed from a canter
locateaonthe Hull- Homes. Bank. r Drugs Stationery I ORANGE CITY Clothing
a
fax Rtver nnd isconnected I ;.........................,. to a two-mile-a-minute! clip. You will. Huyler's Candic! I The attraction around FurnishingsShoes
with the Xo one of Daytona's attractions .- i piobably catch the spirit: when ..0:: Kodaks, Cigars principal
PORT ORANGE I i Orange City is the handsome
peninsula! oppesit- perhap: commands more nearly universal @ : do the ruads and the beach are yours. IH'LVXIi. FI.\. many
by A brldg... sunshine is fretthe golden orange gro es. The town is
The Florida
BEACH attention and praise than does The Manhattan Cafe I
The town Is well free the supplied with water said to be the
of balmy ocean breezes are
The owners
laid many out pretty and home has! Lots for Sale. the these anistic charming cottages.villas hail from every t for ladies and gentlemen. birds aai squirrels and flowers are A.\: II. "rOODAlIThe l parest: in the world, another attraction .

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

tourists and winter Allowed for their own architectural plans and Short Orders. Box Lunches. i Tree and you will hato go down I that passengers over the Florida East

residents! make Port IMPROVEMENTSOcean Everything Fresh. wallet only for coin for Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and
headqnart4ra buiLd upon them. and. as the archi- ., Special Attention Shown to Ladies. ;: unto your I
Qr&ngewlntf'r
one- of theseveral FISHINGConvenient or River I t"ecture of one section of the countrydIffers ; auto and ted and board. GROCER I drive to Dclaad. The town is surrounded -

attractions to Automobile . i from the architecture of another THE MANHTTAN CAFE This is ro fanciful picture; it's all; I i by land peculiarly adapted .
DEL.II. YOA.
being the escvtlentfl'hlng. Rnce Cour t homes differ in 38 South Beach Street thousands to: the cultivation of citrus fruits. ,I.ASU, FLOKI P "
do other
11 lid 1'rldge.Arp.v so our I:;; here. It is drawing
distancewest : to outward appearance and structural i;!:@! !:!\! (! .. \H\!.!... ..!..!.!. ..!'.! !i and ho'd'np them enthralkd it will: !

A short)f Port Orange \VM. C..\ HOVESAiri beauty from one another. There are cnarm and hold .,.ou. Conic and s'-e : :............4.......................... ... ....... :

are the remain of Port (lrtOgFin.. no monotonous rows of strikingly: ................*..+........ .,:'
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he old Iiunlawton8u similar build! "ags but the eye as it I !
mill n place : When You Are Looking!! for THE NEWS
that?&r is visited every Port sweeps by is treated to a kaleido- : "From the Grove to the Table" DAILY

year by hundreds OrangeomtR scopic cbange which keeps the mind : Some One to Do : INDIAN RIVER GRAPE ..

tourists. One tlim- co. wondering, "What next?" : FRUIT AND ORANGES .. .

all the country vest the exterior of many .
It ii mr.: only
I). liUPONTOrow I I Grown on the Halifax. *
of Port Orange surrounding ..r and lvalni i I or th sa homes which rivets atten i Electrical Work : Gives * some three persons whose
the old OYSTERS and The finest quality of fruit for sale Away
tion wi'.h.n they are models of convenience -
mill was a vat In- ; : in single boxes or car lots. Special 4' names were mentioned in the :
CLAMS ,
and the finishing and furn- .
dlgo and sugar cane Pt. Or:inIH. ...11>t"- :> PHONE 14 : attention paid to filling orders. --
plantation.The mil I ishing jive evidence of the elegance : i Every Day previous -d paper :
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was opt'ratroltt'n.: i and cultivation of those who workedit : MUNROE & STEVENS .

sively In those early C. flOIE aU out. Indeed it is the interior FORLAWTHE : GROWERS:: AND SHIPPERS. .. .
but has! U>en ladl
days
furnishing Four Tickets to the Crystal :
and artistic J .
arrangement
"U3<> for forty or Real Estate I : Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. I
', and sanding, more than the exteriorappearz'ace I.
flfty' 'art1.
A \interesting Insurance I that gives a surpass: : ELECTRICIAN. _ I I.i : Theatre and a Merchandise :

drive from I>a ton.i ..i'si.... .... ..,... .. .. i ,' s. .
> NOTARY PLBL'C charm to Daytona homes. This feature Best Prices Best Work -! !I.! ! | Order for 25 cents on some II
U avh i It .
Js liy ocean .
merits prominence as another :
Jastly
NORTH BEACH STREET
to th* approach 01 Port Orange FU.SP i GITTENS & MESSING
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th' Port t riinu- : I won*'er. ........4.6................. ... ., -.,, .. '" |'.. I. |I.... .v ', local store. : : : : : : J.
r.vlo; acro t IIIbida Fish ->
h.' : "; Streets and Pavements the Most IIUSIICISISIISUsu3lMcDonald's .r: ; F'&J Fresh *
and t npassing = I
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through th.. iijAKinG { : and Best. -4.1) .b .
street of : Boat Yard : >zr > Clams .
principal
Port Orange '0 th.. [ ->reral Why thq Architect of the Universe Lstablished: 1903 : and Rose Bay Oysters | Watch for them---your name may :

ru.i.i of t1..- l 10 chose to' gve! Daytona the most admirable : CHAS. M. McDONALD. Proprietor .. .
hr.tted old su.ar Merchandise; naturals . Market en South Beach Street -5 I
the most picturesque : Railways. Boats Built. Repaired i be next. :

mill I'aytonabyih.ro1on; returning t<1 Tort Grange, F1a.I. I <> of all the cities of the South : and Housed.IflfEtltltlCltECBVlBEtDi. : z Phone 5 Prompt Delivery : I

th" mninlnLJ.t. I .' Is cot revcuVd, but that such 1 is a1 j ;.. S !.!..!,!+ '!'H'!'! !'!'!'!'!' !' '!'!'!.'! $6 I ......*... ...<>.4.6................................ .








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" 1iil A SHIP IN A" STORM.the morning, however as r walked back PLACATING- THE DEVILS.
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PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA ,
$ pt from the power bouse to the town I I

: Peril When Wind and Water RageIn met Luke Davis an old miner of about Paying. Homage to Evil Spirits of

f''i. J, Opposite Directions.In sixty, who came limping down the Land and Sea In China.
SMYRNA is situated fif.
a storm at sea. with a gale blow- street toward the mine and from himI Once every year during the first fifteen HOWEAND NEW miles south of ORANGES

'i. : .. Ing In one direction und the sea run beard the first complaint of tbe kInd. days of the seventh Chinese is an ideal spot Daytonaand reached

" ning In the opposite direction. It takes and many like It followed that I had month the curious ceremony of VuNan from Daytona by a hard surface road If very you best want Orange tM

a stanch ship to stand the water pres- yet encountered. Whet Is celebrated twine In fact CURRIERFLORIDA winding through one of the most picturesque apply at

sure on one side and.the contrary wind ""The air on top ain't fit to live In.;' the paying of homage to the land and parts of Florida. Point Grove

.. pressure on the other. he said. "One day It's cold: next day sea devils. With its ancient ruins dating back .
and Mrs. A. J. Wilder. were Stability la one of the greatest problems It's hot I've had rheumatism ever Seven priests carry out the ceremonyby to a time when the history of man dlan for the Rlr'RfdUndI Orange- fr
f :Port Orange visitors LANDSNEW runneth not, interlaced with wires the beat la tt kJ
Wednesday af- to the constructor of a steamship. since the mine abut down. Tbe only offering up various forms of prayer

: .ternoon. Naturally the center of gravity shouldbe place a man keeps his health Is under says the Wide World Magazine and RMYRAA ot the modern telegraph and tele. state.
FLORIDA phone, its miles of shell streets as drove situated 11 em
low. The ground. There were many others making! an unearthly noise
hull must be of such a by beating hard and smooth as a floor and overarched from Daytona _
Phone 2* will call for your clean form that when the vessel rolls to one who shared his views. gongs. M. LEIDERSDORF by hoary forest giants that the Day Rod.to..-NewSmyrna

ring and prt"fsing.. .tf BURNETT. side the center of buoyancy shall move Any one wishing to show his respectto Resident Agent grew in stately grandeur during the Prices Moderate {
sufficiently far to that same' side for Future of Lake Geneva. the devils can do so by a paymentof Town and lapse of bygone centuries, New i

4u Judge Bert Fish, who came over the forces of buoyancy actjng upwardto The lake of Geneva. lying in the 600 cash-about 22 cents-to each of Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance NORDMANNProprietor FCKO 1

frOm DeLand Tuesday returned to right the vessel. deep valley between the Alps and the the priests, for which amount they Property and rest.
Jura mountains performs a remarkable will continue their performance for .
A badly
designed
Is
ship liable to
that city Wednesday afternoon.
I All nature here is inviting to
dangers. If In work for the benefit of man. twelve hours a truly modest remuner very
many light the stern the
During the summer Its waters store ation. the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
Dr. J C Herman Osteopath 20 screw may come out of the water. race
and be cp a great quantity of heat, which Is: For an extra payment of 2,000 t cast R. S. MALfY too is to be found the best fishing and
off. If
Vo1ui Ave. snapped too low In the
Phone
Daytona.
40.
: tf stern when running before a storm lowly radiated into the air in the a number of small red paper boats hunting in the state of Florida.
course of the following autumn. Thus about six Inches long, with lights inside
If tourists who have books for'Whkh breaking waves may fall on board and General l The people are thrifty, the busi-
the freezing ha'Ve BO tend to swamp the vessel A ship and all unitein
ness men enterprising
they no further Hardwareand
use, the Know topped mountains aroundare river with the current. TheMe lights
would donate the same to the Pub- may be topheavy: there comes a moment warmed and tempered. and the are for the benefit of the sea devils In I extending the welcome hand of

I :tic Library, they would .be gratefully when the upward force of buoy atmosphere along the shores of the' order that they may be able to see hospitality to strangers. There are E.

.received at that institution. ancy no longer tends to right the ship lake Is maintained at a moderate tem- their way about on dark nights. Builder's five church edifices for white peopleand f

but instead exerts Its force In pushing perature. But tbe remote descendantsof Having finished this performance Supplies, an equal number for the colored fi

Kaffoo Klatsch and Book Shower the ship still farther out of perpendicular the present Inhabitants will experience the person on whose!' behalf It bas been Furnitureand population; the town has an excel- i

:: with silver with the result that she capsizes. quite a different state of affairs carried out goes away happy In the
offering for
public library New I lent high school. a splendid public I
York World. .. for it Is estimated that In 64.000 conviction that he will not lose!' any of
at Palmetto club March 23, 2 p. library, aad up-to-date business
years the river Rhone will have turn- his family throughout the year either Undertaking
m. 86-93-94-95; I
i ..-.rTHE SILKWORM. ed the lake Into a broad plain by by sickness or drowning so that the houses. +

means of the soil It Is constantly car- whole ceremony may be looked upon New SmyrnaTHE There are any number of pretty

-; The steamers Cherokee and Uncle But For Man's Aid the Domesticated rying down from the mountains.-Cinclnnati as an Insurance policy. At this time homes for the permanent population

Sam had many passengers on the Insect Would Be Extinct. I Commercial Tribune. of year many thousands of the small which numbers close to 2,000. and

-. Wednesday trip, the Cherokee going A peculiar fact about the silkworm I lighted boats may be seen floating some very fine winter residences. STATE BANK I

to the orange grove and the Uncle The Templars. ,down tbe Yangtseklang. __ There hotels and
Is that It Is actually a domesticated Insect OCEAN HOUSE are good boarding OK
Sam to the Tomoka. The order of the Templars was organized .
Neither the animals nor the fowls .o I houses where you can find
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about the 1113 for the NEW SMYRNA
year
--- - of the barnyard remote as they are CUSTOM HOUSE FLAGS. F. W.SAMS dations to meet your accommo-I
ThO ;. J; Wardho was recently purpose of protecting pilgrims on their
from the wild types, need so little restraint -
PIWl'IUtTon Adjoining New Smyrna JOHN T, HAMMOND
way to the Holy Land and back. The
appointed carrier agent for the Jack as this bombyx morl. which Having No Legal Existence They Are I'rt".iarntUCO.
founder of the order is supposed to- section of vegetable laud as can be.
sonville Times-Union for this section, prodigiously Industrious though It be, Not Protected by Law. Rates: I L. BRANNING
have been Baldwin II.. king of Jeru I' found anywhere. This land has been
has turned over the bustoess to R. has never been able to moot the world's 'I Tradition Is responsible for the fly- 53.00 Day l'ashler
per
salem. For a long time the Templars divided into small farms which can
L. Smith who will in future conductit. demand for Its spun product.As I Ing of the revenue flag over the custom Transacts a
a matter of fact the silkwormhas was the most highly honored organization '! houses of the country accordingto Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Some
In Europe but Jealousy on the | General
been so domesticated through the I a high ranking member of that de Weekixoellt of'the finest celery grown in the stateis
part of the sovereigns, coupled with Banking
Mr. and Mie. C. S. Bradley le.t i ages that It would (become extinct now partmentThe 'nt Hunting raised on this land. All other vege- r
their desire to get hold of the
Wednesday afternoon on their returnto were It not for the aid of man. Born wealth of the Tomplars. caused great the j'' flag which floats from the roof and Flailing tables grow in abundance, and here Business

their northern home at Minneapolis : Into slavery the caterpillars crawl contentedly persecution of the order which finally of the custom house has not only no XK\V i.'LiiltiPA HMYRXA too, is the home of the famous Indian I 4'Per: Time Cent. Interest po"UrTh.j
legal existence but Is
not protected by
:\lInn.lr.. and Mrs. over the narrow territory of River oranges.
Bradley (about 1308)) resulted In Its practical
law from
land and
popular
their feeding trays and, though the use on sea
have spent the extinction. The order abolished '
season here, occupying : was
from
moths have wings they have lost all nor advertising as is the national
their bungalow on South Palmetto In 1312.New York American. I
desire to fly. This slavery began In I II flag.;;
avenue. The revenue cutter service was established -
China than
more 4.500 years aro.; I
Real News."Why
-- -- Nevertheless under authority of an act of .. ..
all the world's silk does I
The cement needed for the work on do you waste so much spaceon congress of Aug. 4, 1700. as an armed
not come from the domesticated Insect
the reeevoJrs for the water softening these Interviews with politicians" I force. It soon became evident that ;
Not little of the
Is
a supply "wild silk. ph. l.
plant at the demanded the merchant. I the vessels of the service should have !
city water works, w: s This Is the product of various Insects I Zap
received Wednesday "They are of Interest to the people. some distinguishing flag or mark to
and the work belonging to the larger family of saturnlldae. answered the reporter. indicate their employment and authority -
will now be pushed along. Chief them Industrially
The among
"Shucks! If you Interviewed me I and under an act of congress of : JACKSONVILLE. FLA. : "
structural work for two of Is the Indian moth called Antheroea I .
the three .
.- could tell 'em where bargains are to March 21. 1790.! the marker was provided -
reeevoirs is completed and ready for mylltta Weekly.the source of tussah silk.-Harper's be had."-Louisville CourlerJournal. for This act set forth that "the t Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor :

: the concrete. cutters nnd boats employed In tbe *
,. house in Florida. Sole distributors for i
Reckless. service of the revenue shall be distinguished -

FOR. SALE-Packard 7-passenger: Felt Safer In the Mine. Uncle-My dear boy. It's a fact that from other vessels by an ensign '.

touring car, cost new $-100, has top, In an article In tbe Atlantic Monthly the bacilli on paper money have caus- I and pendant with such marks :: Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer : :

speedometer, braes wind shield, 4 Joseph Husband describes a thorough ed many a death before now. Nephew thereon as shall be prescribed by the .
new shoes trunk rack full set of examination of a coal mine in the middle -Well, uncle you might let me i president." : Special attention is called to the i

tools and fully equipped. Lately overhauled west. Work was discontinued for have a few notes. I'm very tired of : As 1$1 apparent from the act of congress : MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. : .
the time and tbe miners obliged
were
life.-Fliegende Blatter. mentioned and various revisionsof .
and guaranteed as good as to stay "on top" for a number of days.So I later date the revenue ensign was .

new. Cheap for cash as owner is going great was the interest taken by the The best thing for any one to say intended especially for the cutters and : Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. : '

north. Apply to D. F. Farnham, men in this work of examination that who has nothing to la to boats of the service, but It has long .
.:t;.. Prince George hotel. 93-2t there, wag; little complaining .One ing and stick to It. say say ftb'l been displayed over custom houses. i................................................NNr


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Published every evening except ?-ifl- StoreDAYTONA I WE SELL I

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THE. GAZETTE-NEWS CO. I BEACH.Money-saving FLA.Exceptional 9 Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of t

T. E. FITZGERALD. Editor.C. Values In : lubricating oils on the market. :
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'CLOTHING I II. S. HARRIS. City Editor. I Enamel Ware .

HARRY L ROOD Adv. Manager China

GEO. F CROUCH. Superintendent.Entered ,I Japanese Laes i WE REPAIR i

I.I GENTS' FURNISHINGS I as second class matter 'I' Ribbons .

December 1, 1910, at the potofficeat ; I i Automobiles ofall makes and in any condition. i ..

Daytona, Florida under Act of Opposite Webster's Grocery Store

I i SHOES i iSTORES March 3. 189.JUST. I I Seabreeze Ave. .. ..

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ATLANTICCOAST LINE.Best | GOSSIP BONUS OFFER i Use

I _ _ ofspending your time sweating over a
Service to the East 5 BY THE GOSSIPER. g I hot stove these hot days trying to get I

Leave Jacksonville ............. 7.: u.m. %%i fftfftfftfffffff"fftfffffff-t&' WILL EXPIRE the family ironing done on time when
Palmetto Limited. i I/Arrive., AUl.ustH..6.p.m.DAILY. Sn VH n mill........... .... .. )'i/l.1I1.. Instead of improving conditions: on S

Carrying through Coaches, ., Charleston ... .....::::: 4.27:! p.m. the Florida East Coast; railroad ate you

KHactric-Liihtcd Pullman Drawing Room I :: Klchmond Washington:.::::::.::::: H.IIH 4Jtin.ni.a.m. said to be growing worse and the I anZEa ,
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Dining Cars. Jacksonville to .. Baltimore V.lUn.ni. prospects for relief for the suffering LATE TODAY. AMERICAN TRIC IRON
Bllep 1'9 \\". Phlhu..lphta..l1.II.m.WI. ::: I
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York. ?\"wYQrk.... ...... 1 5u p.m. public eeem to be as far distant as
ever. Every effort is being made by I FOR
New York and Florida Special. Pally Except !Sunday. Xo.K* II I
Leave Jacksonville..................... J.U p.m. the board of trade business. men, anti
Description of this pjpulnr train dt- Luxe.Thli Savannah ............. .. ....... 5.HH p.m. of
train consists of Pullman Krawing .. l'h, rlt't.ton......... .............. 8.25 p.m. citizens to have an investigation 8ST[ EFFORTS[[ PUT FORTH[ : I
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Boom, State Itoom.Hleeplng.boated lUning Arrive.. Klchmond ......................... 7.a"a.ni.Baitiino7 ._ conditions made by the state railroad
brary-Observation cars by steam ( WashingtonLeave ......... .1', ')8.111.
equipped with the new hljih-speed brukt-s.and '. .'_........"V."V."llJi7a.t commission, a body of men drawng;
by electricity .. AIL THE CONTEST[ ANTS. I II $3.75
U brilliantly, Ipt-dltl' lights llfthtd elng throughout provided for each- II New West York Philadelphia I!tonne...It.....K..... 1.4(1 p.m. salaries from the people for looking I BY I

berth or lor,reading affording at night.perfect comfort In writing Hta..7th Avt'.. 82d Ht._ 8A5 p.m. after and protecting the interests of I I
the public. and present: indr.atioie:
/Leave Jacksonville 0.15a.m.Arrive ONLY SHORT TIME REMAINS IN'I
Florida and West Indian Limited. Savannah., 1.31 U.IM. are the commission will deay! the investigation II I ,
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DAILY. Carrying! Through Coaches, .. (Augusta Charleston............... 6.4 1\ p.m. -if one is made at all- WHICH TO WORK FOR DIAMOND
Electri .Liahted Pullman Drawing Room i "44 Richmond........ ........ 6.10a.m. until along in the summer when the These are the Standard Laundry Irons and are
Washington Mda.m.
BUcping Cars, Dining! Cars. Jacksonville ".. Baltimore..in.d2a.ni.: East Coast railroad and all persoie RING OFFERED BY L. H.j I for sale by
Philadelphia 12.25p.m.
to New York. \ New york......... .... .. 1.5Up.mCoast along the line are about as busy as ROWE & CO. I
an alligator on the bank of the To- I
Line Florida Mail. ( Jacksonville.. 7.55p.m.Arrive moka. In the meantime the pas- The big bonus offer of 50,000 votes j; I
Ha va n na h 12: Oft a.m.
DAILY. Carrying Through Coaches 44 44 Charleston Klchmond .. 6.05( a.in. senger and freight service remainsa which was offered to the contestant !! The Schantz Electric Ice
R.mp.m.
I tad Elffn>- htf'd Drawing Room \\Nshlntston.. .11.5i>p.ni.: : disgrace to the state of Florida, securing ,the most votes during the 1! ,
) Jacksonville to :\ework .
Cars Riltimore. l.'JOa.ni.
Stepinf I the suffering public waits and waits, '
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Btopf at Mftl Stations. l' '" \y.New llIdlphtll.York ............... 7.13a.m..40a.ni.' and waits and the traints run some week ending March 23rd will expi e and Water Co.9999Q99999999999999999999999999999909999999999999Q9
Local Site er Jacksonville to Savannah. .
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times. this afternoon at ;5 &clock.I I
Best Trains to the West.
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ENJOYS READING OF WHATIS decided factor in the rae \
No Nos. i vote is a
N o. .-.... South Atlantic I Limited o. 3:!. S2und5 Montgomery Route 7iiitfl&' - - -
I GOING ON IN DAYTONA. for the grand prize and the offer o50.0UO (
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1I.16Jpm 1.\.Jnt.k..oD'.tll..Ar .41'1II: I5pin r., . .JII.koon'.t1l.-\r 7.oalll Oilman Davis in writing from Oswego votes may Le the winning f-K- Q9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999Q9999999
l.IIam Ar..tlnntu.......Lv1O.:::> I'm M.I'I1111r... .)b1ontgiDry... Lv 1i': lpll1lI.tO I
pm Ar.. ....I..oul..t\I.\ .......L" ...lltlll 1.11I1'1ll: Ar.. IUrllllnjhlllll. ..I.,' :1.4111'11I N. Y., for a rti"twal of the tire in the race for the $4r'o Chopin
1.05 aol Ar..lndlllnllpolts..J.\ I 7.4i) pin Ar. .. XII..h'.I1.. ... .. I.". H.:!: nmtis "I do read j
GazHte- enjoy
pm .\r..ClpC'II1I1I1t1..I.': 1'I.(..11l1l1 1.11I11111 Ar.... };'-miiivIIIt< .. ...I.'. $!.t 11l1l1 e\\s says i grand piano which is the grand (lriz.> I Magnificent Trains I
t r.10am (1..11 pm jl ...IIIIIII Ar..IoIt.l..olll.. .....1.., ./.1"1'11I ing of what is going on in good old
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I tI'i1l1ll Ar Iikag() LV tI.III.m: .. ( to be awarded in this contest nivinr
I aytona. lie also; sttsg: s.s that 4 4
the weather condition be mention! doccasionally. i $i,7 No. 54. Dixie Flyer Route \0, s.-. \0. I'Seminole/ Limited : Xo. 91. I III.26pm just to remind 0:tit r I The following is' th- standing (..lcontestants : Southeastern Limited""JacksonvilleAtlanta I

1..JItt'khon"llIt... Ar 7.:J/l1II 8.iipimi Lv.. .. Jnek-onvtII,.. . ..3.r. ......,1111I-1 northern patrons like himself: : of what up to Thursday, Man Ii : Special""Florida
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Ar..Vmicross .Lv !).41111111 111.41'11I: 'Ar"'a 'c'ro..s .1. : '"11111I they are mitring "
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r ((ftm Ar. \t1l1ntn .Lv -IIlplll : :"UIlIl1 '.r .ltimtmmv Lv I.?)aim day he was writing, March lthh!>; i; Marjorie Rotzien 1,029,925 i Special"
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s..samr.pin .... ....hlt'lIg0. ''.'::11I.?! Jlm !.!511111 Ar .....(.hll-III . .. Lv \I.UIJIIIII pin was snowing at Oswego.Mr. : Hot: McCorkle 1,021,075 V I .
,. y..JOa01 Ar..lo\t.J.ouls.i .. .. L' .a.-'PIll .._'111111I ,Ar..IoIt. 1.0111.... ..t.\' I I..im p11* Florence Gitens . . . . 1.012.0CO I
1 _ _ and Mrs. Davis spent 1 last i
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I Roberta Hobbs . . . . . ..1C03OCO SOUTHERNRAILW'Y
It 1111 in and here
Daytona came ,
For Rates, Pullman Reservations Information Call on or Write r I
thc! 'Lint had been in : Mena Pollitz . . . . . . ..1,002OS5'
again season S(1IIlUL1.I .
IT A. W. FRITOT. Division Pass. Att. W. D. STARK Traveling Pass Agt. .'.
when th Margaret Brokaw 943,000:
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IH, 138 WEST BAY STREET - - - - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
called back to Oswego by the Pauline Garrison 935,000 FLORIDA SPECIAL. ; SOUTHERN'S SOUTHEASTERN

................... ................................. burning of Mr. Davis' liveiy antI Grace Burdick 910,300 i West and. Northwest. I LIMITED.
.1 1 sale stable at that 1>lac(>. He writes Viclet Middletcn 890,000In i Washington. New York and the East. I

: STEAMER that ,he has rebuilt doing business addition to the fifteenaluable Lv Jacksonville...... .....--.-tO a. D1. -
Tomoka River Ii I Ar Atlanta-------------------5.00 p. Ill. Lv Jacksonville...... . 9.00a.m.
Cherokee and if all goes well they wi 1 be in priztt; aggregating $: .00 in value, : Ar Chattanooga......--....o.3. p. m. I Lv Savannah ..... ... .. 1.10p.m.

Daytona aga'u next winter. which are to be awarded in this contest Ar Cindnnati..S.OO a. m. i Lv Columbia .......... ... o.40 p. m.
i FOR : -- i Ar Louisville ..............8.40 a. m. Ar Washington .... ...... $.-53! a. m.
I BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONAT I. II. Howe & Co., the we 1 .Ar Chicago ...................5.25 p. in. Baltimore ...... ... ....10.02a. m. 1
: DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. : known jewelers, have very gftneoJ.8-; Ar Cleveland.................3.15p.m. Ar Philadelphia...........12.23p.m.
THE PINES HOTEL. I I Ar Detroit ....................4.00p.m. Ar New york..... ..... :!.31 p. m.
ly offered a beautiful $.10 diamond
The fastest and boat -- ------- ---- -- - _
largest; only stopping at the Tuesday evening a charming;: function ring to be awarded to the comes- j

: upper cabin. :. took place at the Pines hotel ant who secures the most vot< Ut-- J I FLORIDA LIMITED. JACKSONVILLE-ATLANTA

,, the occasion being the fifty-eighth tween March 9 and April 6. ; West and Northwest. SPECIAL. I
anniversary: of the wedding;: of Mr: The following is the amount ofOtt5 between Jacksonville and Atlanta.

First.class Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin. I I and 1Ir,... James H. Hobbs of Chi 'niio. \ cast for the different coat *>.-- .Lv\Atlanta Jimt-ksonvmlie..o.' ................. 5.20a.m.; p. m. I.,. Jacksonville v50 p. m.Ar .

....................................................: Ill.. who have been gues's of the ants between March i J and March 1C:, ? "ui.-ville .............. s.53 p m. Ar Mucmi .. 4.3-1 a. in.Ar .
Piiifor some weeks. ai: i :is a correct standing of all conUtsUmts i incinnati .............. S.3. p. tn. Ar Atbnta'1;; a. m. i
t5*! ! Mrs.I Cumminfs, who his had a 1 I Ar ( hit-ago/ ............... 7.43a.m. -- - --
Steamers U.S.A.Constitution in the race for the beautiful Ar Detroit................. 0.30a.m. ; Asheville. N. C. Ii
Louisville } 1114of; successful, season. ::at' tie! diamond ring so gen'.roI ofiVivdby Ar Birmingham .........12.15 noon !' Lv Jacksonville.. .. ....9.00 a. m.Ar I
b I f dii.u-; which was a bri 1 lu: affair. L. II. Howe & ('0.. the well;} i Kansas: City..10.23 a. m.r' Asheville. ..... .. .700a. niAr .
AND Tin- t.ible was set in the fern of a kno.\ 11 jewelers: for ti! .- contestant: Colorado Springs.... s.I.t. in. Ar Cincinnati.. .. vOO a. 01.All .

i ndNashvile! T, beautifully decoratd with: r<;s s, securing the! most vertex bt>t\vr"'iiMan :
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j a huge bunch of white bridal ros< I I -'ii liil \ -iiimui'' trniiis. llKxterit electrically Itt:ht.-.I ifKiiheiinl I- .ant i
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are now running bctweenDAYTONA I being: placed in front of th' bride: Miss Florence Gittens . . ..90,000 rrri TlrKKT: oKKH'K< >. II''" \\' I-"T: IIAY NT.. .J.trKu-.SVl.I.: I : Kl. \
RaIlroadI I An elaborate menu was terved to 40) Marjorie Rotzien . . . . . . .85,000 I K"r I'lillniiin K'--i iMitifuiIIIH! Cuinpleti I IIIInrlllllttc'.I.CtllIUIUIlIt'ot. '" ii. I
I II R. B. CREAGH. Trav. Pass. At., G. R. PETTIT. D. P. A..
m -1 and guests, and at the close of the dinner I Mena Pcllitz . . . . . . . . 80.000 Hotel Despland. Daytona. Fla. Jacksonville Fla. II
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Route. glowing with :oS:; glowing candl-s. : Roberti Hobbs . . . . . . . .75000 I I

Montgomery >:: I I Mrs. John II. Uobb of Jackson Grace Burdick . . . . . . . 70,000 ........-..........................................

e Lv Jacksonville, A.C.L... 8.15 pm : I Leaving Daytona Saturdays Mich., then read an impromptu poem, 'Violet Middletcn .60.0CCJ;
and alluding pleasantly to many of the Holt McCorkle . . . . . . . .
Lv Birmingham ............12.22pm '!J I Tuesdays at 8:00 40,000
a. m. guests, and closing with tribute! of
Lv Nashville ................. ..5j pm bound South. a : - - --- ---- - - --- !
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,ee Dixie Flyer Route.Lv I and Tuesdays at 9:00 a. m. in a speech replete with reminiscence: : c. o. SMITH, 'tixv: : I

x bound North. and feeling. Mrs. Cummings .behalf : STEAMER
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Jacksonville, A.C.* S.25 pm (If the guests of tht hotel- presented : CEMENT'WALKS I Ii
Lv Chattanooga ............11 3; am : I I'nn.I'on!. 11C.'ki Mr. Hobbs with oi.e ofVi-: :
.r Chicago .... ............. 647am (.' i : All kltKlof I'.rli-k iitiilr 1 "'in. m Work LENGTH 150 FEET-281
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|: "'to'alll.r.n. public |I. :i\- I l'i>tona for !St.i cox engravings. ..........................

I. i| urilav AuiMistui.-* at .. a. III.Tn.'s la\- Thllrda.awl. !'oat-j With excellent accommodations and service lighted by-

I South Atlantic Limited. l.eiiv... -1. \.uuustin.for l n\tonii' on i and for cabin I
capacity
Mon.tayv.ln.. -mtn'-| inil Krulax at -a.lII. electricity sixty passengers
I Ti.-ket- i,1I1 .'lIrd1<'''"1' i. 'I F. E. C. TIME I TABLE I
g; Lv Jacksonville, A.C.L... S.lopm I is now being operated betweenDAYTONA I II

Lv Knoxville: L & N.....12.20pm Ii i McCOY BROTHERS 'IS EFJ'rCT JA\l'Aln': iou I

Ar Cincinnati................ S 45 pm ,; i
I I !'oBI'TII P'tI'(-It"I.soi : :'\tlWI\I no 'i'-tti. \1.1'1. I Ii
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Ar Indianapolis............. 1.05am Seminole LimitedSOLID I ____ __ _ _. = __ i PALM BEACH I Ii

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Three first-class Electric Lighted:, Electric Lighted Throughout. j it: :::ai a ,::" 3 :'ip 1t :O'f' ,I i :::001' Ormond :t :P 'I' 1\ i.;. Sit 4 4ii I
Carson I:! :101"1'; 4 lisp I:? .JII". I 4"i' Ua tona :t ''''1' :t iS II :un I' :Ia 4 :CIa i
Berth Dining jI
Trains, Lights i : ::-a '"il' I t1"1' :! ""I" I !;I' kockl..Jlle I:' \01' I 1111 !I list ;: 'a .2 "ii I
each train: a la Carte. I 7 41/1 ::? :!:oa 1? :.an 7 IDE> !I :!I'I' \\.I'almlh-ach : 1:," \. 41'i :! II{,ti ::1 ":'11 : '" ;
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I I! and Intermediate Points through the Picturesque, HuIif'a' I

[Louisville & Nashville R. R. i This schedule is published as a matter of news to readers of : and Indian River Route. : :

the Daily News anti n01 as anadvertiscmc Q .

T. B. WALKER, Fla. Pass. Agt.118W.Bay5t.JacksonvilleFla.. | ntBOND I i Leave Daytona Thursdays 8:00 a m \ i

; CHICAGO ST. LOUISAND Leave Palm Beach Mondays . 8:00 a. m
re; i ............O... .O.8..06 ..ta..e.o......... ...G S I Io
!* x.kui3o ......i.e- . ___(i'. i'I . ..; ALL POINTS BEYOND. .
OI I II.I.BN .ii i..S U.I.E.I SN III.! ., . .. . LUMBER FOR TICKhTS! : AND STATEROOMS !
r\ it ".1: Ciiii! | 'I" T ,11'1 I" COMPANY !
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I .. ,, . Ar. st. I.oin-: : ? :a.:,'//.1: Laths. Shingles Flooring. : 102 BEACH ST DA\ TON A
: \t : For .1 I I.-'p iir.iir rr.iTm'f .i.1 Ceiling. Buick Line and Cement in Stock .
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I' i Daytona Florida I ijl Some Notable Achievements In : ; SEABREEZE FLORIDA :J
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: NOW OPEN j Eleventh Hour Work. .

; Among the recent arrivals at the : Absolutely J

It i L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. J Ridgewocd are Mr and Mrs I) P

Iii, S Perry, Chicago! Mrs G Moore, Northeast ONE OF LANDSEER'S SPURTS. !r : Fireproof f.r f.

t .... t Greatly Enlarged. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all 9 Harlor Maine. Mr Con: tair, : x .

f: :. Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern a Springfield. 111, C A K Kummel\: F.Wajne The Masterpiece the Great Painter : Now Open |

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: Convenience. Send for Booklet. 9 Produced In a Few Hours-Remark. : .
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r- able Records Made by Some of the Booking Offices: .
: :: CONCERTS DAILY. : the recent arrivals at the Famous Masters of Music. Seabreeze. Florida E. L. POTTER President .
Despland are E F Perkins and wire; : Hotel Blackstone Chicago W. S. :
j. J Bumnu-r Address: ATLANTIC HOUSE, Nurragan&rtt P1.. KENNEY Manager
1Ie: L E Voight. Grand Rapids Some astounding feats In etc nth 1180 Broadway. New York .
:e.e.e.NNNON.NNNO.e.Ne.NNO... M'ch! bour ../ -'4. Mr. Foster I Ie
r NNNNN NN L R Bolton! Do.stonIr: and work, especially in the mu.icai .... ................................................

Mrs G Krorsch, Chicago, Mrs Geo and artistic branches have been I -- --- -- -

/ Nash: and child Miss Mena Andrson achieved by the great artists of the I .OOOS00i.. ....O.I..8.Oi.0 00..Oev000.e00.

r..TH Mrs KV McFloreid Monei>*en- world. Located in the Most Beautiful < > l
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DGEWooo..l| Pa. John Walter and wife, Mary Ru ;' Sir Edwin Landsoer had promised a I Sarato S a Inn Spot on the Halifax River... ... .1

tii siann, Eau ClaireVis.. picture for the spring exhibition of I
i JOHN J. McGUIRE Proprietor.
the British Institution In 1&4D:, but on I
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:: il E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. $ Late arrivaL at the City hotel arM .. the day before the exhibition was to I TIT" E INVITE INSPECTION Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath. No better in e i

Dreeben C T Van A be opened all the banging committeehad Florida. Table of the best of everything in season. Terms as reasonable as 5
Steenburgh, i
* NOW OPEN. R Summers J S LeC \V Cohen, ; received was an empty frame the service will permit giveu on application Dec. 1st to May 1st Phone No, 112 9

) i i New York, C G Key J Hiehtower, I 'which honor.was duly hung In the positionof ;i .OOHOONO@OON.ONO.00.0.0...000000.OQOt00.ONtO.ON.eNNO i

All departments will be white Northern Atlanta, E E Grimes, C E Xotter, G i ----- -
managed by help, B I As the prospect of receiving a piej i .. ...NNNNO.N0.N0.NNNNNNN..N......
Blackwell, S G Bouts, J H Tal:ej', .
tare for the frame seemed to the committee
selected from some of the finest hotels in the North and white i 0
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t : J Flournej, John S Wa16h.! J L Ear to be slight; a member thereof : THE BENNETTDA :

f, f' J! help used throughout the house. The table will be supplied 2 man, J C Vicken, Mrs E C Bowman went to see the artist. He found I j ",''lONA. FI.OKIDA.Now j I

: .Mis Edward J Pratt, Jack's} mille. Landseer standing in front of a bare ... .. i
with all the delicacies of the cooked : + 0'011 for th third -"II-(t1l under tin ID nil 1I1/1I1I11'.1I1I'lIt.f.\ 11.:1'.1.- .
and
season, served the I
.
[' : by Cln"as. I.-\SI-::. |"uiirt toi- ol l!< Mon. 1 h. I I.- (t n. It t- Ilr- 'i''InIn \. r\ |nrti>'nl Ott. The .
: : (" ,itiu, -n",'-Nup. rlor tnl.I u tilt., u.plot.| t'-l. IIUM|<'i'n houn .' mil hone Ilk., e
: J finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, I I "That's the picture I promised. said O attiiovpli' r" and loiiition l'iiM louli, Mini \\otlll| T""I. '
n i>n I"II'' Uulf .Il" in' I Iniv p.
r CORPSE TURNED UP IN 1 RIVER : the great man. i pointing to the canvas courteurttg',. Hot I \\1/11./ ..p. i I" nun inontli o) .\prll 0
'
Summer address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. i f fI fI I "1 have not touched it yet. but 1 will 2 Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Collages Marblehead. Massachusetts 2

.......................NNNNNNN NN..........NeUSISIe BY BOAT T AT JACKSONVILLE. send it to the institution tonight. ................e............NNN.......0.S.....S.Oe
I i And he was as good as his word A

I few hours later the completed picturewas 0.000.00..M..o....OOONOOM00.0. .....................

..............1......................e1015Ie1.t DEAD BODY SUPPOSED TO BE delivered and may be seen today I i iI sI I
in the National gallery. This wonderful THE PROSPECT '
I work of half a dozen hours was d
THE PRINCE GEORGE
THAT OF MAN EMPLOYED IN I _
none other than the universally admired : 109 South Ridgewood Ave. I

: DAYTONA, FLORIDA S: HOTELS ALONG THE FLORIDA' "Cavalier's Pets." I 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-ofhce. .

ir : Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors : Leander. the famous painter is capable Steam Heat.
EAST of rapid work. Upon I
COAST. remarkably I IIsle.
Mr. Foster
IJACKSONVILLE I ../ p. j. DOYLE, Proprietor.
seeing him leave his rooms early In
: WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL MAY 1st. : March LM.-.\gi-' the morning with a canvas on his .000.0..OON ONO..N NN ONO 0000.0000 ONO NN ONOOOOON.

e Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. .- Later L> the swirl of water from a back th" luhhors/ "There of the great Leanderoff artist j ...... ............................................. g I(F
: Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. : steamboat's prop l'tr! rs it d:e\' used to tfxelaim goes I .
to pnlnt his daily picture. Although *
: Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : awayfrocl: theo' _.! a.t t:'c f'.o>. of ; this may have been an exaggeration. i J HOTEL SENECA OKNKK JACKSONVILLE: IT\' M. \NI, FLORIDA._H'KAN HT' J !

: White Help in Dinind Room. : :Market streetVe I on several I occasions the academician i : ENTIRELY NEW. :
Th rtn'eG'orgt' Pier Is the,,only; landing In lUijtonn for M.Augu tln.' and Sa of a white man floated to the surfaceof produced a large picture within a few : Albert Bennett, Proprietor C. R. Bennett, Manager :
.Palm Beach boats Particulars with pleasure : the river and \\ashauled ashore: bj I hours .
in : A SIl' l'htr' for Nut l'.' Iliiiinint. WatUooin :St'-u nt II.nt null I'lion. III hers' :
rival oplei
Leander has a formidable : ;
,
men working The
: Same Management as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N.J. : in thaticmitj I the matter of hasty work in Solomon : \\hltt' "Si.rli'<' Throughout. ,11r Mr. Foster :

: */IK. Mr. Foster Sr Lady was taken to Conant's under- Solomon. This artist painted an ad .....................................................

.Ier/clot-I.I..I.1.Ie/..........................I.etse .. taking eestabl:bhinent, and' from pa- mlrable life size portrait of Israel -
I Zanpwill within the period of five ......................::..::...i.............:....:.. f
pegs and letters found In the clothingit .
I hours.In H H. MANWILLER. Proprietor
.IeI.LIOI.IeIOI.teeoLeeLLI.LI.LLI.I......-. LS e\ident that the victim was I, the realm of music: there may be : NEW SEASIDE INN DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA :

Harry Brady, a former res'duit cited many in-trmesof extraordinarily
: This new and select famIly hotel has just" been enlarged and rcfu: cashed :

THE NEW GABLES 5 of Now York city. Effort ale now :' quick record work of a conl 05IImmersteln'g; oprrn In one act : for the season 1910,11 to meet the requirements its jjroviiu": : patronage :

be.i.j; ; made to communicate withdine words and mu<.;ic'. Composed In one Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths Electric and Gas Lights: Call Bells .

.. Daytona, Fla. .. of his relatives. night; Is an example. : Rates 52.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application :
n I' One of the most remarkable bits of -nn"t'" I \d d II., .'. 11" 'I i I I I. I i" II h\:: 11.11 I 'II.I: I'n bun: N. I I.e I. .
S r NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY The body is that of a man aboi.t' .
: f -1 y4 LOCATED. EVERY MODe 4::> years old. One letter is a retoin I Imendatmn orchc5tmtlon'r to "Otello." was written scored by the Rossini overture !......!....!!. .....................................!
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ERN CONVENIENCE AND to hotels that he is a good l In only tWE.'nty-foor hours. NN....e.....0..OOSS....0.SO.0.N..S.....N.....N..
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: a I COMfORT. : -ei\ant. Other papers led to th' IJp-1 j Sir Arthur Sullivan composed the

w Upf that he was working in h'.te s' brilliant epilogue of the "Golden Leg i i
: Steam Heat Throughout : j The Ivy Lane Inn"A ,
p'oLaLI.1
s along) the east coast and end" In the same space of time. liesat

: S. H. MOSELEY : came, to this city for new employ, down at 9 o'clock one evening to
sd. 1 e High Grade House, catering to the most particular pecpW Central location ;
x '" ae I the overture to "lolanthe"and
Proprietor. innt.s compose $3.00 and 54.00 per -S17.50 and higher per week. .
: Tin .\ilintnti.IhoiiMiml Nlnnil : .\ far a. is known the poll: e hue did not rise from his desk until : :
I'I.rk. N. Y.. during; suimid of is'' the list note was written at 7 on the Open November to May. WM. W. fOLTZ Proprietor .
record of .
1\11.\ no a missing man. It
u wwww. ..1 a while the overtureto
Y following morning
./IsK Mr. Foster : thought!; he may have fallen, off th<' I 2 /f.sli. Mr. Foster9999999999999999999999999W99999999999999999999999999: !
:
"The Yeoman of the Guard <'cu'
wharf several days ago or crnim tttdiiule O NN.............eM..NO.NO...0....................

o roesr.....t.r.t...r.t.tet...t.tst.t.t.........t.i.itI b> jumping into the river nt I pled him no more and than twelve, hours ---- --- --- --- - - .
both to compose score -
that point His bod> had been iindtrwattr It is told of Donizetti" that he wrote -Il

.1...I.iSUtt.ISaor.r.iS....tse.Ir.rse.........Ol.i for at least two daje fro. the Instrumentation of an entire> open THE SEVILLEGREATLY E. H. PURDY. :rop.1
al!! : d'f! it: '
o !: : :01SOPT. within thirty hours On the morningin I I Daytona --

THE HAMILTON : which Kossinl's "Gaz/a Lidra"of was the ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON.
1 to be produced not a single; note
aS I' WIELD BETTER ; overture had been written and the Surrounded by Spacious Grounds in the most delightful part oi the City I

New and First Class : :I manager was in despair lie sought; I The guests receive the best the markets afford in the dining room, and every
':I comfort and convenience that a well regulated hotel can otter to the public j t
O I out the indolent composer, locked him
RECOVERING FROJI 1 FALL.
-S I I in one of the rooms of La Scali and 99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999The .
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declared he should have neither food
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t : Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells iS OFFICIAL OF FLORIDA EAST nor frifdom until the overture \\;iscompleted. /vonISIOISI.t rt I It ISISI t ISISISI Is

( Hossmi set to work with a i : DAY1ONA, H.A. Llllit II\'N man i e. o
I Cleveland 1
Elegant Rooms, with without Baths : I COAST IMPROVING FROM EFFECTS will and touch purpose that tin : mint Centi.illv liH.lit i1! iood: t.l kW. :
,.. music was! 'written and rehearsed !I", and best -crvtce..tcalni heat and .
J. SIMPSON
Prop
.. I OF RECENT ACCIDENT fore the evening I rfllrmlf'e. : electric lights Reasonable rites, :

Mozart was another genius who! fnqucntly tQ Orlt.r.Qt.t......,..tetBeltQ i.M.a.m ..ttSIS U t
: MRS. I. M. AIABBETTE, Proprietor o I AT PALATKA. needed the pur of eleventh

hour work. Though; nt 1 in the. mornIng "".....HiHI.SCCeeM wtKHHoeM Ga0<<3..eoco.e s.-o
SIIIl'rilllt'JIll.nt! 1'. D. \r tkt..i i i. d] ol : not a note of the overture t.. "I>..n o e

: Palmetto Avenue 4.r'1: Mr. Foster DAYTONA. FLORIDASCHMIDT'S : tile 1 loi:da East Coast ra :'road,. alt<> Giovanni" had boon set down yet Mozart : THE AUSTIN I Ii I

S 0IOIe1 with spriUat idt'..IIll t
.IOIetI.1.toe.IeeIOi1.I.I.I.te.......I.I.I.I.te it ct-fiLly met a ; finished It before he went to the
the au of boarding a train at I'a breakfast table II t his usual hour. lair _
i OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA FLORIDA i iI |
I ii:kt. is recovering from lie< nijiiit .. Ing the long hours consumed t Ioy tin-

..............to.t.t................................. : '-. but u> till confined to h.is l.omj.iii :'; task it Is said that the musUnn's wife G\','. S\\AN Pro.nttor |

I : t. ,\uttelineSupt kept him .awake by reading fairy Electric Lights and Call Bells Steam Heat Hot acd Cold Water. S

: HOTEL : I XVakei:eld was in I th' ad ft stories to him. I
One of the fastest composers that 999999999999999999999&99+...... mount ma; the +tells to a tar in on
: Henry Schmidt, Proprietor, Daytona, Florida w ever lived was Trotere the writer of ---- --
oi the through trains of the East
: Situated on the bank of the Halifax River one mile from Atlantic : Coat at Palatka when h s !lire: songs Some of the composer's feats MN 0..eM..NOS.OOSO.N.....eeeo..ooee.NO.0....N I >
rS Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms verge: on the marvelous It Is said. for I
are large, airy, and nearly all have sunny exposure The cuisihe and service S taimht:: on the step and he way example that he actually: wrote the MRS D. J. ClJ-\1l\1INGS'1 rt,

: is admirable. Rates, $3.00 per day and up. Special rates for families : thrown \'ioentlto! the grourd; b score of "In Old :Madrid and had PINES I '

a on application. in, severely! brui red about the body l: dropped It into the letter box within s _
S An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct
i 11II.1II ....I.IIOI.SISI..ISIISISUSeor..I.te.I... a MI.s. fate ar.d head. up eight his minutes pen. This of the would time remarkable he had taken I supervision of the proprietress. i '


INDICTMENTS EXPECTED merely as showing; his dexterity and 338 South t Ridgewood Avenue, DAYTONA, FLORIDA. "

.I..............................SIOISIOISISI.ISI.ta .. I I AGAINST TRUST OFFICERS. the agility composition, to say nothing'i... elf. of the labor of i Same nm:ai:LII I int J is the Ne A Masjnoli A'shury l'ak.: N J. i '

........NH........ O..eoee..MM....
South:Ridgewaad Avenue. : i X 1Ytnm:. March .M:::-It :s ant'mntaim'Iv One of Schubert's friend tells a
THE MAGNOLIA 1 stated,; that six radii story indicating that composers m -- -
: LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. :
sent: against offitmltof the ('arri..e :'"- pidity of workmanship lie had !left

: Fresh milk, vegetables and fruit on the place. Furnacebeat FATES: 52.CO per : : Trust company will be hand 1 Schubert absorbed In Goethes b-illid The Willmer The OSBORNE I

day and $12.00 per week and up. "The Krl King" On his return in a few
up- i down !bthe grand jury tomo::row
a minutes he found the musician swiftly W. 1:1: : \1 II. ,1' ,..I.. OSHORM Prop

: .-TsK Mr. Foster MRS. CELESTE HINKS, Proprietress. : i The charge will be similar: to thou putting: on paper the notes in-pind Com'ortaHle! Rorm.J Rooms Only Modern Con v mien 'c50 -> I'
a_al.t'-t: 1V..1. Cummings, who i.-' ..wI
.j I the and within hour there/ Excellent Tihlc .. 7). and tOO dav
by an : :
.tl.lflt00ltltl.ItB.l.B.B.lB.B.fl.B.B.B.BB.B.B.BBll3 '" poem per
""" ot
the of
i"Ii'; : d i i of larceny &; >. had been composed that print song the Rates Moderate $2.50 to $6OO per week t

th..u-a'III':i 1 ; !:on l'.- tinid.s;. admired ilJl-e. I Steam Heated Rooms 11 Orange Are
world has
ever 312 So. Palmetto Ave. Dajtcca. Fla
I 4s

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: THE IMPROVED I QUISISANA SPA AND HOTELGREEN .........................0......0..00.......0..0......

.s! CITY HOTEL \i : COVE SPRINGS fLORIDA. The HARLAN, THE.'?iNS Lake Helen, Fla. :

S DAYTONA, FLORIDA. Thirty Miles South of Jacksonville. The Oldest Uatermtj! Place in Florida : : .. , " ,' : : ', : r..
., : :
"
American Plan Always open New Ownership and Management 0 x '" x " ,,1' I '-. "irl ,1 .. . .
: Good Service HOTEL ,.: ; , \ ,, :, '. :. 'I'" '. J 1.1 i
Renovated and Enlarged I "
,. . : .
: Management H. C. F DOHM BATHS '; "',',: : ... ; :,:.. '" :. :: r{ ->,

Z NNNN........NN..0...........................e.e GOLF ',/ :' ,:.:_ .!,:nh-, .:,.,.,:')'::.:'. ::'..-: 'I:,.::.......:," ,h.." ., r. ';::'t" ",. .. ''' : J ,k Mr. Foster Mr. 'and Mrs. Rollins Abrams Pr ps ,* .

SAMUEL H. GROSER, Maaaer. ......... ........................................... I t i
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ask :Mr. Foster -

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3 i THE PALMETTO i it HOTEL INDIAN RIVER i TIIIS OAKS, <'AM-oNA.n.: ; < 11.11 ,\ i h k't'


Well DAYTO A. FLORIDA. | ROCKLEDGE: FLORIDA. Hotel Indian River Co., Prop'r] :
| Known and Popular. | 1:1)'llU: M \ \I 11. I'i. i
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t : Pi :'
theBeautiful Halifax Rixer .\':\\ :i' ; \j"it' : .\,; ;:;;I' :.::. i ..' i : ',,r, .1, ,: ". I :
Overlooking 1 K: n K! .I.! .Ih i' " 11i--i- . '\'III'I'I'IU': : I* I: /lK.Tr.. Foster IA I::NIX. Iiix Nl UI '-
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, '
aH I!, -t til lit i : A Homelike and Comfortable House. First Class: m Respcd J '"t!.. P.rr.t .'01111 r\ ",""I! ," ..', \ vi 1 ITM (01 PLK1 Mil) I JI

", : ,/ Jk Mr. Foster C. O. CHAMBERLIN. ProprietorQ. % ,\\ATbR!i 1..trlt: lr Ml'-t'iithin I -..|1r..ln!:t''-.':-::a.1.1:i .!I-: : :.., ". I.. ..,-;I'J i F'..:.'," -\" '!: .I Hi, ':;::1-'i.I1 .7:.. _" ..', v.i \I\IIU: : '1 III: Tl 11111.1. l'f"' T. 1AhTIllitl( HI ... I. I.. N. 1. J

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: .N00 D. L. & W. H. WOOD Maaajers 9G99 .4.
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Pago Six ... -1 .. ,THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS -


.. ... ...., I joyment of the reflections of the elec- his studio on Seabreeze avenue a&d ORMOND ON-THE-HALIFAx 1
,. .. I -
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.. '=' :' :. Pine stieel,
on
I .. Ei.I. E*: Y' .,?}: trig lights from across the river his residence property .
.00fl "B ,.. 1 1at E. B. Mott b'oci -
::; :. ,. Doings Mayer A. S. Harroun was taken Seabreeze, for the 1MOXD U ft mlleithot

.1 ff. { N sick last Thursday and is stM quL< oa Seabreeze avenue. Th's sale was Daytona.

frDAL\IJ! Daytona ill ill at his home on Seabreeze. avenue made pending a further deal In whh *d oa the west

Beach The last meeting of the Fridaj: ; E. B. Mott sold to Alice M. Grant the ..r ->f the Halifax
.
.; Tourists club was much enjoyed Seabreeze avenue property Just: a." I :" he location, \s;
I' '
< An permit
St and the north half unimprcv d
Eighty ladies were present. The quired I .. -.uraloageandr
tABREEZE and DAYTONA Patrick decorations sent by Mrs. Po:. lot on Pine street Seabreeze, to j a. ? ct unltatlon;;
23.-W.
r CHAS. F. BEACH two enterprising and DAYTONA DAYTOXA D1,ACH, March zien appropriate for the. occa. Dr. Beck of Elnora N. Y. I .>leratloa U aut -
progressive towns on the Hali N. Lewis. of Illinois! who is located I in were 1'- iand Ideal lorI Ormondand
BEACH siou. The was arranged bj; t
f geographically program
BURGMANTHE fax Peninsula, arc the Ten Eyck house on Pentr.euladrive Inter hornet. Anld
incorporated as sepa Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. J ohr.cn.1 r. WASH THAT ITCH AWAYIt -
one although PHARMACY has purchased: five acres of I bridge eon- trvaf.wdd....
1 The towns
rate municipalities. south parallel ground more or lees extending to Griffin read an ori'ginal' pm.UThe la said that there are c rti -ct. Ormoad with Over that acv gut

; REAL for a the distance peninsula of from north three and and one- James F. Dobbin the beach cast of the Heigh proper,;r Legend of the Shell Mound," which springs In Europe that give relief and I Ormond Beach. t'Our t'lub bou._ WU.k., 11 .,.,....

I I half to four miles, and extend east' ProprietorDAYTONA 'iine from L. D. Bowers. was quite interesting.C. cur to Kczftiua' and other skin dleasts. Many fine homer lust I am now Itopaag
ESTATE BEACH Are maintained on err-o. th.
I and west from the surging seas ol Miss Thomas of Pittsburg, Pa.. Is A. Parker and wife regular winter If you know that by washini either aide of toe at ;( Bc an

! MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax, Everything Carried In a Usually First vJsitlngILss! Boreland at MrsWrght's visitors who have been apending In these waer: you could be relieved ifvrmott of them CouBoaiK.CALL .

River the beautiful tide water Class Drug Store cottage on Peninsula drive. the winter on Seabreeze avenue le.t from that awful) lU'b.: wouldn't you g trroaoded by iab-
; FOR them apart from
stream that sets north. make effort bi lake a trip to !:f& deal flora and
Our Prescription their return every
with which they have close Misses E. and H. Rinker and Miss yesterday on
I Daytona .. ..
U Complete be
Dot ftbrlfty
Would Ibr'UbbnT
Department Europe mt once? roe OX
SEABREEZElUMSiKU communion by means of three In everyRespect DeWees. relatives and : Mrs. De Normandy and (am lycame
and
gUss..of11'8'1 laat cent la BaCthe orange OR WRIT
to speud your TO
HOUSE bridges as well as a half-hour ferry and! Misses Brachhold on> Peninsula down from Ormond and are located willing .tU.T ettrui fruit

Pk a. 177 service.Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are I 'Phone 191 drive had a delightful trip: to TuteMound I I In rooms In the Horn home oa I I But cure you? need not leave" borne for .. n'el.Ormond baa MACON 1

I essentially summer and winter re T'esday.Irs.. BrachhcM and I Peninsula drive.D. these distant springs Kfllef U right many

I sorts and are making hundreds of Mina Romane were In the party. II. Phillips has put In waver here In your own home town! I ftUraetiorues tent atomobllln-. THORNTLORMOND

SONNTAG new friends every year among those BRANCHNICHOLSON 'C
who desire to escape the discomforting and- &: 'have' been at Pinehurst for some time' Bath street. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Creeo. Thymol and ether Ingredient betting and many
and cold
mmCOMPANY their extremes hotels of and heat boarding housesare left Wednesday for Jacksonville to and children: are very comfortably at compounded only In I). D. D. Prescription j pleasant drlrei. if ix ANY WAT
i
relief to Ormond Beach
At
Installed in their cozy quarters.A. will bring instant IXTEREI1TItDl'i
now receiving splendid patron. FEED AND LIVERY sail for New York on the Clylane: .
age from the most discriminatingclass STABLEAll Mrs. Curtis and baby are wish: Vandevorde bas purchased a lot that terrible burning itch and lean M'totel located Ormond.tae Urge and PROPERTY
tourists. the akin as smooth and te of for his sister on Grandview avenue
their parents and grandparents: en ts lesser sister, the ClIUIOS
The ocean itself with its marvelous Orders Given division. that of a chlid. BEAcH
beJ.ongLng'to the Brush-Stewart Inn. Therrn.T
Desirable beach, hard as macadam and Prompt Attention Peninsula drive this week. If you have not already tried It. get! tn'tton. Ire Will Olrru.liw Tear
Locations smooth as a floor is the greatest attraction Careful Drivers Mr. and Mrs. C. V. FifiM of Prin eton . at least a 25-cent bottle today. We assure oiltlon occupies overlook a .promptAttention

part ofSeabreeze although earth, air and sky Familiar with Roads N. J., are included' in the recentarrivals I I Ilev. Mr. Claiborne wfl Join his you of instant relief.The .g the Halifax,andi
any seem to have entered into a combi- at Pinehurst. wife and little girl here to spend the Atwood Pharmacy ; !latter hat a* 1Uat
r nation to enhance its every charm. .- Easter. Mrs. Claiborne is. located: at I look the niainlUitnt -
New
Mrs. Geo. E Horton of Yorkarrived :
I The beach is the famous automobilerace E.A.BRANCHReal W. M. HanklnsALL
! course where every world'sstraightaway Estate Agent Wednesday on a visit: : to Miss I Weaver Villa on Grandvit-w avenue. -- ._- - - beach and the'roa.d JAS.J mm

Offices: Eransvllle record has been made, Beach Cottagesa Bird and (mother, who are I located in Mr. and Mrs J. U. Moore of .!..i ON.t10i; -lNifNOt1104 Beside Atlantic.th bran GRMOXD, I
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Indians and and all these records it continues to Pppciulty Georgetown, 0., will arrive here this rUL
Beabreeie,Florida one of the Beardsley cottages. I mooth beach tb.-re Manufacturer of
!hold without rivalr week for a short stay. Tht-y are HEALING .
James for
Mr. and Mrs. Keenan r.- many drive Pare Home--Uit
width 300 to
The beach has a /of
I and grandson, Mi's. friends of Mr. and Mrs. Weavtr. I IIz -irrlugfs and uutomobtl -
500 feet and can be used from two daughter GUAVA JEIUMARMALADES
SOTS[ sher-I of around Or.monddrlt".s -
II BURDICK hours after until two hours before wood Wheeler departed Mr. Moore is one of the directors DAVIS Panthera ist
DR. to andIiroaijh
thus of Miami University; at Oxford 0., II A.TROP'tC4I. .
CONTRACTOR high tide, giving an average DAYTONA BEACH their summer home at Kockawuy, KFOV.of
'! ; .
and BUILDER seven or eight hours for automobiliug Keenan has made Dr. Myeis and wife and Mr. and t PENINSULA DRIVEH. .: .
Y. Mr.
Dry Goods, Shoes, Beach N. 'ol.t I 'norar.gea; PRESERvES
Octtflgen a Specialty some part of each day. .'i-oml House Houth \\.h..r"r'j2 _
delegation :
Estlcintcs furnished Seabreeze and Daytona Beach each Men's Correct numerous improvements on his property -I Mrs. Smith of Georgetown. 0., Rtort* I drive: through trop- Spec .l.ARnth h

j' All Work anteed.Seabreeze Guar. have a permanent population of ap- Wear including the buildin.g of a nv departed this week for the I DAYTONA BEACH - FLORIDA j jI'antli.rapy tr?l fore.t*drlr to Hpun. to .tGa F..' ,..Ones,.... ....
I Acioss from I-h ruins; ''
.florida proximately 1500. Sanitary ordi- The Hfaside Inn pier during the past winter; ,to the north. N n ouiul.MiiMlfvIni I .j ancient C; ..-- Ku n-A nvruin Ft.irn1U"nBUG .
nances are strictly enforced, streets longer enjoyment; of which the family Mr. and Mrs. Goff of PenusylvaMaire : "all Iwilli!!!." Tli<- fon-- ", bullS slates WV..t India .. .
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i and sidewalks are well kept and I j occupying the Eutitis cottage Hvni.mIH.t.tli; -- : I Iop'lfhy. ,. t ion <'b ".UMiPurcha
look forward to next winter. A.Vandevorde Miiitlr: and Kl.-ctrloil: Ii r pUnt.-rs! of lon;
v. C. GRANT as new the streets increasing an: b: ng population opened as fast ds-I; A. YANDEYORO I has just comp'ettd har.d- i-ently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. ) rt'-I .. an-Uul absolute... :Mill; blowIr.Tr.-atnt.. .Til'ut at.v tort-Outer.-* ,I .-I'. and drives to Loui.iana Etpn.tticn.tt! .ijr*t*,

PLUMBER I some cement gate columns: and Icrn'' !'.ap. Mr. and Mrs. IJunlap have $U.)- go out laJt/: "i plantation of.pttJiksettlers
mands. Besides hotels and boarding Contractor for t.t.s.J .". ,
Water steam ntd houses there is ample cottage acco- MASONWORK I considerable cement work yet to dot' iroved to their new apartment 10 tN0.N0.......... .v_:>*". places: are re-

('as Fitting modation for all winter visitors in oi All Kind on the premises.Mr. in the course of construction on Bath I ;>:..te with thelnt.-r- IOUND aO\\i

Phone l55.2aD.tYTONA both towns. Concrete Hidewulkdtc.DAYTOXA Curbing. Petersohn, who has charge of street, where a couple of rooms have ....................... .! of Hontbern
BEACH All the attractiveness of Seabreeze much of \'and.e\'orde's. work, been completed for them. :t. iruttand flowrrs. ORANGESand

FLORIDAPINEHURST applies to Daytona Beach, the two BEACHFITZGERALD I will not go north with hits family this: Mrs. ll.1.. Marshal of Georgetown I : R. H. MCDONALD : II titang'n..o:the of motin-these.
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towns being so similarly situated. :summer.Mrs. : : .! '..rit.itlorx U at the
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! The dcvclopir.est cf Daytona Beach I H. A. Freeman gave a beautiful with her parents at the Buckeye cot- MEATS '. "'dwat<." of the Grapefmit-

Peninsula has been fully as phecominal as its & St. Patricks' bridge partat age on. Ocean avenue. '! : Florida and Western .1 :::1 illfnx and known. Best GrownOrore

IIrh' sister on tnc north and each year I her river front home Friday: : C. Dieverdorf and family and siser. : i.* Mound;rore. It on St Aou
Daytona Beach there is a substantial growth. The OATES Xew Yok. : .oa- of too finesti tine AatxUt
I noon from 3: to G. Some Mrs. E. Speaker, of The Choicest Steaks and ...
Mod'rn Oonv..nlenI. sand dunes have been leveled a'te-I :1 ; : ;roV\1on the Kn-.aioMU': *
Rats great :' LAWYERS sponded to invitations and a who were occupying rooms at the Eluira : The Primest Roasts :\ i '1)Ht of FJorlmd North nf
Itl'u80nable.Mr. and handsome homes have been will the re- IIOTEL URMOXt
spend .
delightful afternoon was spent at cottage > 1+ amtl v ry
.. \\'. H. FreemanProprietor built for both winter and all-year- want end ., ..
what we
Daytoaa. Fla. cards and in social enjoyment.: nai-nder of the season on the beach a Telephone you : tr 'urruunlln isI..uad Beed Knot r-r"
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round occupancy. will endeavor to 4t"t" that get It.POULTRY :
: you > ,'rove t* on
J. B. Uebelbobr won first prize :\ me of the Carson cottagesMiss Phones::; ._ 1).ty tona-H itatroai. Reed Comar.-i}

-I I CIL Wilson second prize and Mrs. : Virginia Smith returned Mon- .. .....l"':afro nrLOT pocoo..1
A******* \\:olt telD. a guest of Mrs.Tson,., lay from a visit with friends atrmiupa .

I consoled. The docorations i and joined her parents at the : :
jfii was suitably -
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fine g were in white and green: which Jaytana Beach house.: Th.- ,-arM,'ryou I I..s'oarord..r the ,
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i Friniing, GaZette News Office.. j I carried out in the refreshments.The I .\n important change of proper.y letter chancy. you liuvof g.-ttlnjthe : Ii'Job Finely executed I
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>f ;I table were placed on the poi! "'!! took place this week on Seabreeze.venue .. chole t. Printing

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These prices will be main- : I I I I $750 for both or $400 each.


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t / (health, and I that she goes to a aaal Staggered but Not Floored. His sempiternal cheer- ...................................................
, I taHum for treatment ilr. and Airs Thomas." said the bead of the es- He didn't have to drop his work ,

-" Farrell have one of the most substantial tablh&ment. "you are more Lima an To hook up Gulnever -n. L. T. Ii COTTAGE FOR SALE ;

IISeabreezeP and artistic homes In Siabreezi. hour late this morning."
"Y(>!;I. sir" answered the once! hoy. And then this reason we'd suggest ON EASY TERMSZ ;
. .,, : News "I had to clean) 'bout a foot( o' snow Why peace possessed' his soul: =
'I lIe didn't hato go Ix low
CAIN Arm the siJewalks 'fore I left home." And carry up the coal. i I If

It&1 1It 1t 1- STILL SURVIVES. I oo.toot of snow, Thomas? The Yonkers Statesman.A 9 _
now fsn'l more than two Inches deepat
On Historic Villain Who Has Not the outside." Suggestive Title. is I Corner Belleview and I
March 23.-Mrs. Jaa. ,
rL SEABREEZE Been Placed
Upon a Pedestal i "I know it ain't more'n that here. He-I wonder what the meaning of
t : to' )>obbln was hostess at the inectlnj: It is the fashion now to pull down Mr. Spotcash. but In' the part o' town i iI that picture Is. The youth and maiden

'tf! 'V,'the Tofigny club whLch was heM! the idols of the past and set up n wand I{ wher I lire the climate's differ'nt.- are In a tender attitude. I.i i Palmetto Ave i i
I hitherto comparatively unknownones 1I 1 Chicago Tribune. I II She-Oh. don't you see? lie has Just : 1
, :J Tuesday evening at her home on In their places, to rehabilitate the asked her to marry him, and she is. .'
:len k r1oivrew avenue. degraded and to reverse the decisions I 1 Amiable Arthur. accepting him. How sweet! What! I : ..

11, .. Mrs. S. Bronson, who has been and the decrees of history. Speculationand : """11"n Rude Kyng: Arthure ruled this land does the artist call the picture? I.I. .
1. ii'''Br'lsitlng' her parents Mr. and, Mrs. J. criticism seek out dark spots anl I He was a goodlie king" He (looking abont>-Oh, I see! It's
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drag Perhaps because he never heard written card at the l Ii EDMONDSON & DONNELLY i
Blanchl, on Halifax avenue, left Monk new heroes Into light while I Our next door neighbor sing. on a ottom--
.those who stand in the light of fame "Sold.--Lipptncott's.IF .
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day on her return to St. Loub..A -F P. A. I. .
Mrs. L. H. are scrutinized so closely that they I i............................................._.. ._... ._....
Maud Ayers are och - - - - --- - - - - - - - - - - - -
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things all If
1a 1i 1r 1r 1t 1t 1z 1 copying their new home on ValLey -
I 1I i sireet: built by R. M. Mallory. It' Is we shall go on at this rate much further we ieieii0.iei.ieieieiefe.u. '' .;i t i.ie0.............i.i. i i'i
not hare a villain left nor a .

i! # 'a" modern and bungalow prettily home tor conyvealently a beauty nor a hero. I it's a New Book. : The HANDPROPERTY : ,' r}
arranged: 'i
I .Helen was an old hag past sixty at For Sale i
}.cull family. the beginning of the Trojan war. Judas -! I it's a Souvenir Novelty I i

'1 ,W. A. Baggett returned TuesdayJ.atteI1l0on is already on his feet Nero is absolved -j it's something in Stationery and EngravingCALL : : : .
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from a weeks' sojourn at from his murders Henry: VU1 . -- - .
:Jacksonville and Marianaa visiting has become a noble, free hearted spirit S
Y .' -his son, James Baggett and famJJy and.,as for his wives, the new versionis ON OR WRITE r: SILVER BEACH :. :, : The best modern Hotel in : ,
-Served them right. William Tell .i .
at the latter place. i! Daytona; 10 rooms completely I
I '. Mrs. Eaton and two chi'dren' of St, has vanished into the darkness of I + E i fllrni helJ. Will '.ell at a bargain : I
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myths: Eugene Aram is a sentimental I Extending .
f Louis, Mo., recent arrivals are oc ist who could not help hims>elf. NJ i : River to Ocean : or will I lea'e fur live ,
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; copying Miss Kelly's beach cottage, The H. & W. B. DREW CO.
one but maniacs in their fits of mad .
has : : years. :
:and Miss Kelly returned to El ness is now guilty of murder. .
mini cottage on Valley street ;is FOR SALE OR RENT t
'". Almost no villain is left us except : i
Mr. McConnell arrivetd last week Cain and let us grapple him with 45-49 W. St. Jacksonville .. M. L.
Bay I. : Wagoner : t
Okla.., and ,
from Tulsa Joined his hooks of steel. Let no man try to take '

1 family, at the Stephens cottage on 'I Cain from us.-Story's "ConversationsIn 1 E: BIRGHAN I S THOMPSON I I E i; i Office( People's State Bauk.Stocks ..
Halifax avenue. a Studio." 1I I .1 .
.' L. Z. Burdick has completed plans 1I I AND YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND I.. R I e l.......I ISU..I! .i.u.IOC.R.i.i.i.k.I.R.IS1 }
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and specifications for a small xtaje. I. SOUND WAVES. :i i SATISFACTORILY[ -- I.
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1 to be finished by next fall for Mrs. I ................. ....... ............ . I' 11
: Cora Powell! on a lot recently purchased They Can Be Focused With a Lens J .
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f. Daytona Beach. Few people are aware that sound We are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirs
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\ Mrs. A. T. Bigeloxv is chairman of can be focussed Just as light ('an..U j
the program committee for the San are familiar with the burning glass or China, and Orangewood, New and I and [
reading lens which. If placed in abeam
t Soucl club. The club will next year
Exclusive Novelties.
of sunlight will focus the rays
take up the study of }Florida and
I into a small point which is so hot as
corer a very exhaustive study of its to be able to set fire to a piece of i

:. flora, fauna, resources educaticnal paper. Light Is a waIn tbe ether Bonds
; development etc. but sound Is a wave In a material [
f Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Armstrong and medium generally the air. 4.........e..4o.......eo............................... I

i family including a nephew arrived If we make a convex: lens out of : The New Excursion Steamer : I 11
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last week from Chicago and are vie- rubber or collodion and fill It with pas !
f; .iting his brother, John Armstrong I heavier than air. say carbon dioxidL : COUTULAND To the Picturesque Tomoka Cabin ? : We offer subject to prior sale and

and family at their handsome river i we shall have a ound lens analogous

3s. home Xorth Seabreeze. ; In near.'y! all respects to a glass lens i '!:: Bout I IJ advance the following Stocks ,
for light It will be found that we can | DAILY %. !
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Dr"allace Xuttlng gifted artist! EXCURSIONS.pie. 5
-sad preacher who with his wife has focus sound waves In the following HIJIT.t: S f'fd.p J ; and Bonds, complete description
manner: on Board > \ been recuperating at Hotel Claren- Take a watch and place It ome feet : \eni" nee*. ,\t the Popular Prise of ONC COLLAR FOR THE ROUND TRIP. of which will be furnished
Pasadena Cal., on 2
Ion, left Tuesday for away from one side of the lens and I ? ap-
of Xew Orleans.Mr.. and t DAILY TIME SCHEDULE. I 'Ii .. ,
by way put jour ear on a Hue with the watch "
;s Jlrs. Xui-ins expect too abroad be and the center of the lens but on the t + i."nv Prince ("itorje; Do<'k, lIa\.ton.i, '"O; :1. t'. : : p 1.lcatlon. Sh
I fore returning to their home at South.Ertlee other side, and move outward from the Lel Central Itrulgc. I'.iMnua s :-.il in <. I rat'I
II J.t' \S l'c'ninula Hndgi., >.aLI't. /<', ::1 M CU: a. in. : i
i ; : Conn. lens While moving out you cannot
I : Leaves Orninrxi ri"gf'. < innotul! 4 ..V"a, i 1-1 ;
\'. T. Church who has been enjoying bear the watch until you get to a certain ** laturn: to Prince (;"orpe Dock, P>,.t\rll. ."t.:'If:!l/) p. in.t . I E Er
i a hort visit with his: fancily on point where the waves are focused .1 I ,

."".Ocean boulevard, left, Saturday on his at which place you will hear It Chas. F. Burgman, Owner iV'i' ,'i\\\\,'.' ,177' ,,;il'tSeabreeze.: \![ fl. ,I.. .
a plainly. This Is called the conjugate; 4 -.
r return to Marshal Mich., in answer focus of the watch New York Tnl ..0...o .0.................+.............44....44.44. ,.',. .,.
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,a'cent Ypsilanti Mich., ci'izeis last )I
; I $27,000 ;
.k,week were visiting Mr. mdlr5.. W. Aeroplane AutomobileOn I IL

.. B. Hatch at their home on Halhax vs. Daytona, Florida, High School I:

;avenue. 5s, dated April 1, 1909, due "
" Mr and Mrs. FraiJc Crate of Indianapolis -
April 1, 1929. Price $103.05 ;
; Ind., concluded; a pleasant Beach
Famous Daytona and interest 4 3-4 '
visit with Mrs. Powers andIrs, yielding per :;

." Burgman last week ;-Jeaving cent. Interest April 1. :

. day on their return north. satur-I t

.pected to stop at Points S900
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visit friends and relatives. I
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.\ i H. G.' Wilson was circulating a petition :... ....: Florida East Coast Automobile j: IIr

r. Tuesday to be presented to the Association, first mortgage

'w; county commissioners, asking that a '. bonds, 6s. Price $100 and 3;
. .1'< road be opened between Orange City II I
-- interest, yielding 6 per cent.
i" to Thrasher's ferry on tha: west s'de -i -
*,,;of Lake Monroe. I .' : ;, i. 1F Dated July 1, 1904, due on or :.:
I before July 1 1924. Interest
effort : some of :
: There !b an among i :

the public lirittd citizers to rags: i' ._j il.1tI r : July 1. : t
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money to improve and beauU:> the ; : '
public' school grounds. Tin i'. s a Apr A r 52,000 ::
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worthy ambition and should appeal to' i. L. t ,/ E Florida Publishing Company, .a;
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..,' very property OWI.er OT the pen in- i } .,.* ' w"r
1 ,. I 6s dated 2 1893 due ...
the sale tfls I : January :
Ula. Nothing encourages C ..
: property more than ev:deuce of edu'cational ( > fi : :r January, 1913. Price $100 w;

'" thrift m a coiLinumty. Le. i,' ,' .' : '' J Ji ,: 5 and interest yielding 6 per cent. :':

':V\erjbcdy get together and help a : Interest July 1 and January 1. ,-:

"4"good cause. In this connection i I, ":.' '. )i III_,

Jerome; Wetherby hrs had some I ., i. '' .. ,: -rp
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*:thirty or forty trees stt on the

I I** school grounds at his own expense. 1 Stock of East Florida Telephone
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for. will i iIf III
t which, if properly cared a
If, a few rears change the bare: al.'l'ar.i Company at par. w.' I"No. "

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: ance of the grounds.
S500 :
A. W. Buckley of Chicago, who w.s

f.[ visiting! Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Kand..11 ;- Peninsula Bridge Stock at 75. ::

on Ocean boulevard departed Tues y :'
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Mr. Buck- r: :yar.xG
day on his return north. NN
52,500 =
fcy is brother-Jn-law- Mr. Ilandall
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leas purch'6td: a"- '
HerbertVetherby "
( Port Tampa 5 cent. semi-an oral
MiCl'KDY 'tr per
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the Wetherby home and will have it AVIATOR
5 Water Works bonds 30 Par.
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,- moved to his! lot on the west -s de of years. :

.: Plnewood avenue recently bought of in the Air ,s 525,000 =III:,
,. Harry Brigham. :Mr. Wetherby wi I Daring Exhibitions ilia
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"i fix the house up for rental purpos s r Pensacola Improvement bonds 30 :-

:: The Olds and Sheet party who c,:::.... years 4 1-2 per cent. I)aT. ...:..
g have: been cruising! in southern water 'y Io..!-

r;' in the yacht Reola, are expected to ;: 550,000 :

k f arrive home Friday. : The Biggest> Aeroplane, Kveiit Kver livid in he Slate of Florida N,
Ucita Investment Co. 6
of Joins'rtown. :: per cent :
Samuel G. Fetterman
I II I Pa., was visiting Vv*. I,'. Brown will lie the Kxliihitioiis at :r bonds 12 years to run. 596. :: .

I'\ 'several dais last week.Ir.. Fettl'1: <: r.,
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,p. Sng and engineering company, who, DAYTONA MARCH 28 29 30 ,:-r -,
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have numerous holdings! bom I !

x "which are in Cuba. He !is very muchimpres.sed ..,,
with the rapid development zr y N".'

going lOut the sta:e of N
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'; Florida. A total of five flights will he made in three days, the flights to include a rm' oil flu- 1 luarhwilh

>'- Mr and Mrs. J. F. Job's.l're the fastest automobile that can be secured and a flight at high altitude over the Hahfav w k

3.t> most unexpectedly and pleisamly'f" : ': river and the city of Daytona, and Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. t, M
: tlire" '! @ CONRAD.OATES REALTY TITLE w
f" surprised: by a visit from their ,
of the Hotel Men's Association and the Daytona
sons, who arrived from New Jer>;f> These flights are to be given under the auspices ,, w _

f Monday night. i Board of Trade and special arrangements have been made to accommodate the crowds.

; Mr. andIrs.. George L Farrell < wN.,
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daughter Margaret, and mother, Irl. 4

McGregor, have their reservations NO CHARGE TO SEE THE EVENTS : :
*o leave today on their return north.
,. Their to learn in ihe World. _,. CONRAD BLOCK PHONE 128 =;
friendt greatly regret A Splendid Chance t tit See Daytona The Prettiest Winter Resort """" a
that this early departure Is neoes- '% >
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i Don't wet i BICYCLE FREE! i :! BARNESTHE :. I We have just I! '

get : NOVELTY MANMe11.1tntlonery : Ready=madeDresses received a newshipment : j x'

. and school !'IUppU"4, of Ladies t
: and catch a bad cold just : . Phonouraphs. s.wln:> Mift-liint".*,. .. Ready-made Dresses in
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: See the handsome Dayton Bicycle : .. und j
because have'nt : Kiihlni Tntkl To>->
I : you a In our window. We are giving >"otlon-. white and colors. Also White

I Rain Coat ': : this wheel away Absolutely Free. : r: BARNES r: I Skirts,Coat Suits,Rain Coats ,

Cape, Umbrella : No lottery. InquireSHEPPARD'S : : Will itl-o frrtiiiour Picture, tt: and Automobile Coats. 1
. your l.anlpiand L;"nit>rf lUi*. -.hsrSt'n .
: or Rubbers. your !Haws. and oth-rToaN! and repair I \\'- have a .'ompl..tt'ltr..orl'IIJRT\\'AIMT'Iltt! popular prt, .-, r. _l.. I
: : GROCERY : almost anvthln; that h out of whack .. ptty to look th.'in ov-r tofortyou buy"wb..rp"
In fact for any want call ono
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: e o They are cheaper than doctor bills. :. :: West End -of Central Bridge :: BARNESTHE MANU :. I The Chas. E. Gardiner Co.

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THE PECK-HENDRICKS COMPANY ::1' : Fresh Ham. Eggs and Bacon.Crystal. : :. )MOuth B.-ach tfi't't. Daytona,Fla. :. : --- -- -----.

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.U3emenI5ijJ - I BicyclesWith |I| : All Kinds of Fresh Veg. : !.\

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tent help we can do the most .

NEW :i satisfactory work. :. Orders Promptly Filled. :

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Singer and ViolinistASSISTED .x. ')ll the Florida East Coast know
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ta-t the Seaboard Limited will in fu.I I '

BY Thtre are two tickets to tht- J. S. Douglas o! Lakeland Ky, >! lure be combined with train No. SS. CHILDREN'S EYESCannot

Crystal theater for tomorrow nightat arrived Wednesday night aid is visiting known[ as the Oversea Limited kav- .
| be too carefully safeguarded.for
the Daily New office for Mis: F. h' brother, \\*. \V. l.sd. ''
Miss Barbour Pianist. .s Dcugl ing Daytona at 9:32 o'clock in the they twne but one pair to last
M. Terrill.
I I II!I, forenoon when on time. Passengers a' lifetime. H taere are in
C. A. Gontz has purchased of G. II.! M. S. King returned Wednesday, planning to take the Seaboard, which of anything wrong with your cWM'a

Ludwig the launch Ohio for use asa I i from a busine&J trip to Jacksonville, ''has been leaving here foe the north eyes bring him or her and I will fit ..

pleasure craft and wilt: hereaft ri I having gone up to toe metro,'o'Aloaday. :'tj at '11:2: : a. in., would better; p'an to them with Glaasttt to correct the

I take the Oversea Limited l at 9:32: oa
devote much of his! spare time to excursions |I : I trouble. If medical)! treatment W neeessttr'y
and fishing trips upon the I [ which Seaboard reser\'at'ors: wllLe: I will ten you so

Hil.fax.: : I Mrs. G. II. Ludwig west to Jacksonville t! honored
r Dr. Neville H. Clark
1
Thurs.damorcing for a
E. X. Skinner and family andV, i I eouple of days visit: with friends in I
Tl ACCOUNTS fflTB US I' THUG TO PREVENT DUEL
9OPEN F. Crandall and W. T. Xi.hoho: that city. She e-p *cted to return OptometristLook

have been at Daytona Deach during
Saturday. I for the Sign of the EYE.GREEN .
_ the season and left today on their return -! BETWEEN NEWSPAPER &MINt: -- - -
Op-noneaccount for payingyour! bills by check which !H !safe "nd convt-nlrut
to Westfield X Y.,. obliged I II
.. were
Open theoth.rforplaclagyour "parr"inonaywhrra It will <'t'l'ur mill ut thecame Wednesday: afternoon Mrs. Charles I| r-
tlnir be drawing 4 per cent Interest. I to leave their automobiles Mete Peach i
entertained about 13: ladhs at .
Thenaiveaccount will show the volunir <>f iiuMnrion do for future EDITORS: OF NEW ORLEANS PAPERS
the
mui hlp to -stnbllbh shipment, owing to refusal '
.. I bi>.r home on Halifax avenue Daytona -
.
;yoarcrtMttt. The Mu'ln'IIH'I'ount will proa >iuklim fim.l or r. r\,- for I
GOODS
of the F. E. C. railway to accept I DETERMINED TO. SETTLE
Ueat-h. The
ready UIIt' In any emergency.PEOPLE'S feature of the gath I I
any bat perishable freight at
p.ringaei the reading of ,
a paper by DIFFERENCES IN MORTAL
this time.
I :Mrs. 1 h'nrylit.chell., entitled a "Trip
STATE COMBAT.XEAV - -
BANKDAYTONA --
I Through India and Ce 'lon." Ths: iu'Der -
FOR SALE CHEAP Old.-mobile
'' was read blrs.: Mitchtll be-! ORLE.XS.JRCH: -I
FLORIDA. touring; car. Owner going tlo.tho Io n1IlLl't' We are carrying a cnnplet.
Lire the vlmetti club at a recent Friends of Armand l'.tpde.iltbrotb.!
Fri'bldeu*.M. I*. I.KMXD.: ('" ,hl'r. M, 6.1'.1ItT( Nit 'I 2tl South Palmetto 6-3t: I line of n Jreen C trot:erie3. including -
and
meeting elicited so much favorable er of the tonuer mayor and editor:
Vlco1'rutlilUti.tJ. M. MK'\ XX.: )I \VAlKiOXKIt.: \1.1
Marcus Fagg. Mate suptriutendt n: comment that she kindly c m- the Bee a French newspaper, and : ; :

of the Children's Home S n-ety of| seated to read it to the guests of de BaroncelU, editor of the \V.ip. a.e''

-- Florida will occupy part of the tune ;1 Mrs. lleoch. During the atVrnoon I today trying to avert a duel betweenthe I Golden Wax Beans

liz :c6-z44 :7f -u- a' the Congregational church Sunday['j very dainty refreshments wer two as a result of a cluilleuite

morning next. He will a'so: present 1 eerved.LOAN. printed in the Bee. The trouble
Green Beans
hIS work at the union meeting Sunday I :lrCoSl over an editorial in the Wasp
I IIS
LOCALSANDPERSONALSSix C'vening.Ir.: "'agls anxiors },! SHARK BILL PASSES CucumbersCauliflower
to have Florida know what I
people
THE IMLW YORK SENATE. $WOO \IN GEMS STOLEN I
the society is doing for homeless and J
ALUAXY. X. Y., March I'S The
ted -
I A \ ut'glt t children.
ZJU I
r -- senate today passed the Grady loan FROM mmm WOMAN.
The ler-Phelps Gift Shop ccm- I shark bill, which provides that asignnietits I Tomatoes
Mrs: Walter UurgeNB and Mr.: u: d Mi.: and :Mt,
Kouert Whittaker armed puny has leaded for a term of five of salary for advances or '
Mr.Johu\ >'ou were in the t-i y
"' Wednesday from l'l1i1atll'l lta: years the More 1'0011in the new ) loans are void except: :hen made to SOCIETY WOMAN ENGAGES NEW PeppersThey
from lelind Wednesday v i'ti.tiKMre. I'
Pa.,
and are visiting their friends.Mr. building of the Merchants thank! oa| the employe.STRANGE) .
.
: 15urgt'a mother Mrs.: \I'.t' I
:
and Mrs. Tluw. 11. White at their South Hooch! t etrett and will takejposM'is : MAID WHO REMAINS ONE
G+inner Magnolia: \\'nUl' South
Beach
street home. ) next November, carrying MAN DIESIN are Always Fresh
NIGHT AND DISAPPEARS WITH :
a largely increased stock of good- I .
** '. i,
\"
FOi! S.I.E11. Touring
JAIL
AT MIAMI.
.
W. l> U.
Iiarm
'
drove
over from j This company hat been cundut ting a 'I I THE JEWELRY. I
ear in ftrt;t-class condition; fully
eUiud by automobile Wednesday to, season busline here fur =several: pan j MIX.MI.: tU, Marthi.it:: a la'ehour j
inipped. Marsl-all 1 Gardiner 110 tike hit mother Mrs. 11. F. Thomas. I winters and the Uiibe! of thus. excelJ J ot the night Constable: DeUarty.j: \\'.\ HlXTOX. Mardi l'::: Moi:-*"
South Iteacb street. l-S : 4U. DAYTONACOLD
back to that city with him for a lent location i..s an assurance of pas found a white man watidt-rUis aiountl than! SIO.INMI worth of jexuliv and

week's: allay Mra. Thomas and I S.UCt..ss and continuance in thin city. 4 colored town in a condifoii that appeared diamonds were stolen front thr' > STORAGE CO.R. .
Mr.: auil Mrs. F. A. A'len! who ''her mother, Mrs. A. DeUow, are I' -- : to the officer to be the last ideiu ol MLeej Mar Adau a, L,,:

have been occupying their bungalow guest; of tht: Morgan hotel. I .Pot plants for sale; double w hi'epetunias. stages: of intoxication. Mr. DeDarry uiKUt. It is presumed thtj,-\v.U'! i : JOHNSON, Mir!
on South Palmetto a\enue during begonias I wore taken by a tl'Ina it.!. who
: geraniunia. etc.. brought the mats into the county jail ... .......
the season departed Wednesday afternoon Mit, Harriet M. POI e uf HaIrius. at MrGco.. Dittman's. South and rahim a bed. lu the afttrnoon gave the name of Mary Miller p'.-

on their return to fedar Ohio who has been vMiiog wood. !'G. tI tr.d.ge'I'I he was seen to taujfr. clutch ;aged yesterday.T .

Rapids, toua."Position. Mr.Kiuiua.. Eduk ai.d Mrs.: at the "'all. and fall over lit- waqu.cky ., ; >tlay the woman has d.*a1I"-a[ : ,..1 I

Ilt'!"aro at their home on0' Gets 11. Crane, a school da'. freud: i ijof !| imkod up, but was ftniiid tobe and there Ls no ilutto ht-r wlit! -i.. DAYS'Spring
I
wanted by a northern luaia: avenue for a couple of days 1 C. A. Dallough. Ls visiting Mr. Ual- i dead. Aa autopsy was held da tilt ,about,. ..' ; 10

white all-round cook or m ukl do returned Wednesday to Fort Orange, tough and family at their: home at 1 body by Drs. Mullett and Peet and it ---- I I Sale

meat alone. Can work in private. family. where she Is spending the winter Holly Hill having stepped over \Ved-j j wa. found that the organs: were all in The Swiftest Planet. i
.
Inquire at the Cleveland Day with relatives.Irtmg nesJay afternoon on his, I't'turn't' t i i healthy condition! and thert.a...> nil Mercury the swiftest planet:; moves :t

tona. J ".-2t Kno\\"ltoa--------in-in--nveipt of a from a visit of inspection to tht- Fort''| mdiiatioti that the man had been, 1,775 miles per minute; Venus 1,300. .

iuderdale (J: trict" Mess. Ual'oiuh drinkin1n; examination of h. miles earth, 1,100 miles. t
letter from KeE.. *
Sed\\t-ek datedat tI March 21
Mr. mat Mr*. J. .\. Towns4.'n.J., wuo Chula fists CaL, in hiih Mr. and Crane had not met hin(',- they brain however revealed two l ltr-< I Iz i

have been U>cated for a couple of Sedweek says Le atcepttd a call to parted as boys in1:!<'lr..ill. :5 blood clots on the right side. tideutly -\ :- 9999999999999999999999999I I

weeks with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. that place in preference to San Diego years ago ).etIr.. Uallough reco.1 the result of a peaty blow: I Beautiful ToAprillClothing

Shaw a* the corner of I.oomus and : lie wrote that they were all as nized Mr. Crane a.s he stepped (rat from a band bag or a piece of 1 1.id :
Palmetto left Wednesday forth the train at this place. piptHe was about SO of .
avenue' well aj usual but fteliiiR lonely as years an- Home Sites '
ir home in Saginaw .:\lich.11': I ;
they mitDa'tol1.1 and their
friends The Little Gem of Daytona 138 'FOU SALE-Desirable furl Shoes
and )ll't;. Tt viund are so pltsised here. I .sh d
with Daytona that they will return _______ _ __u_ So.: Utdgewood Ate.. will be sold at' residence ou river front, immediate: Hint I 'K, lulling(hit. rloi ur--aii, lots H.It'h for. Ul\sul.r I ,
-- ---- --- -
-- --- - -- a sacrifice to the one that makes the opposite Daytona modern .... ,
>eud the ; iwl'fo\ .
early next winter and *i l h! "I'| lllllf lllll' IM'low KdUttli
best offer before April Id. It is incomplete meats, and ., i I.,,don .
whole seaso.; here, probably pun'hioj' .If You Need garage servants' cottage tin I1.'MlMMUa I hrltlifii \ Furnishings.
winter home.J. a order; S rooaie, butler': Lot lit feet front, running through to \- J'. I n. |;o\ i.w. in :Mr,.
ing a H 1.: 1 l'.l.n( | ,,, III., t.,1', III',
M luutry and bathroom; good cellar Ocean beach; fine fruit and shtd- I I...1. I -----
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I cistern, electric lights etc; complete trees; new dock h' in !
; .u>e exd 1'e: ttt'tid.t.on
CJ. Gardner w lid had teen at hi Chamois with IT WILL PAY YOU TO IN. 10 !
garage man's room, finished: ; \\ M S'I! 'r. devil Per Cent
home on llldgewood avenue. loll mute: flowers, shrubs and tree:.; .1 \x.. -1 f VESTIGATE. I

Hill bur a day or two. departed again I 1.ttle park in itself. For price ai! d 1 ....-.ee.................. TO50Jiscollnt
Wednesday for Jacksonville, accompanied
i bylrll.. Uardber., who will : Skin terms!. owner, apply at or his address new boner John .J .luiidall. sRidgewood ..-tvNN N---..- .- .- NN.-.N.......5....-.......v...e....

remain in Jacksonville for about a I avnext door tv S.. t Z .

month and then go north to spend : br.iiiV .- _" I
I Cement
the summer with her mother and Stop at I Walks j i

other relation, in Bakimore and New I buys a furnisheJ Beach TEN' (D :\ \ /'t\l I. Y

York. Mr. Gardner will go to Starkf Youngs PharmacyAll $5500 street< residence; 8 rooms Z

where ho is installing a large turpentine and bath; modern improvements ; A. Vandevord Daytona Beach
i
plant. Sizes for Sale. : lot 50 by about 20 feet. Ad- THE FOSTER CO.

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