Title: Daytona Daily News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00249
 Material Information
Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: March 24, 1911
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00249
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
alephbibnum - 002072230
lccn - sn 93063916

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'... Season-No.! 97 "DAYTONA. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 24. 1911 15 Cents per Week


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y '. R WRIGHT :: :: OR BOftlNNON'S HOSPITAL[aDd SANITAIIUM' RIGHT GOODS ATRIGHT School Supplies, Stationery and Havana Smokers

First Avenue Daytona Fla. Books
-v, Painting Twentv-Mx lure*", nlry rooms.newly Only first quality well cared tobacco *
WALLACES'W. Paper Hanging all furnlshfd and flttrd tbroulbouwltb I Disposition to Trent You RI bt. I GEO. H. CLARK used.
hospltnU-onvnlfnces. .
Thoroughly Let Cs Be Your Jetlers.L.
Decorating floor. p1M F 'a operating room on second. Waterman Fountain Pens News. Vet Cave, Manufacturer
219 or tcrma address
< Phone 181 C.C. BOHANNON.M.D.ems. H. ROWE & CO. Papers and Periodicals Daytona, Florida.





6 fiREMEN Auto Wind-shades and Lamps. i i _



'I! You D.,', Trade With Us We Both! Lose M...,."



In Texas for three or four month DAYS. i AND VALUABLES. I

and held ready for any emergency BIG BUILDING DESTROYED I I NOW' OffERED LONDON March 24-A big blUi-I I; OKLAHOMA CITY. U.1a.Iarrj I,

the United States will leave the Dla i near firm in th-s: city heavily interested I 24-Two bandits held up th'- nor-h

:-. administration to work out its own STRUCTURE OCCUPIED BY SEVERAL i in the China trade, has bee bound }IL>>'ouri Pacific fa-i tram

salvation.No advised that war between RU3ia': ; between Lenapah and Coffe) v >ie at

FIRMS BURNS AND MAW IN DAYTONA.SEfKIN6 fOR VOTfS. and China U inevitable.A midnight and robbed the matt and
credence is given the stats
private cable to another big express cars, eapin SI.IHMJ -
mente Issuing from the revolutionary all valuable
China exporting firm asserts: thai: from the passengers

juntas that intervention has bee .I FROM DEATH.MILWAUKEE war will be declared in a few days, mail and expife packages

promised by May 1. I 1 IRE INFORMATION; 100,000 TO BE GIVEN AM ,I Both nations are rushing troll to' The outlaws entertd the >-.oatb*
March 24-Six firemen stand
and forced the to
It Is understood the state depart I I | :Manchuria: and the L'ovds! are ra.b' passengers

I" shipments ment has of formally,provisions decreed arms thai and I I were when killed the and Friend. five building fatally injured i in' GENERAL{ [ MANAGER[ INQUIRES.[ TO SOME l ONE CONTESTANT, ing the insurance 'rates. I and tog all deliver persons their covered valuableone with a hold gun

ammunition travelling in the ordl.I the wholesale district was destroyet STRANGE I PLAGUE IN CUBA; r and while jewelry.A the other. accepted [hi- Money

nary process of commerce is perfectly by fire today. The dead and injured PROSPECTS FOR GETTING LINE TO ONE SECURING LARGEST I .
s legitimate and that the United [ firemen were trapped onthe/ roof : foist is now sc-uunng thoun.
'!l. states troops are not to interfere. which caved in. In addition to these

"4 It is reported here that President eight others are ,believed to be dead I ----
Diaz may take the fie'.d within 3C j in the ruins. The firemen had gone ,t'
days if his health will permit and I i to the roof to fight the flames, where THIS TME.! BE GIVEN. STEAMSUIPLINE

will personally direct the movements they were caught and unable! to es OF PINAR AND RESIDENTS -
That the Postal Tele-graph company What is positively the last bonus to
in strenuous
of the regular army a cape.

campaign to put an end to the revo-I I The building was occupied by a i is; surely considering the proposition -! be offerred during the Gazette-Xew I OF THAT SECTION BECOMING -

lution. President Diaz is number of different concerns and of extending its line into De- Great Popularity content is to be ALARMED. I fINED
I i
the demands of the followers ol I many of the girls at work in the Land and from the county seat townto awarded during the week ending I I

General Madero in the peace termsubmitted building had narrow escapes frcm I HAVANA. :March 2*-A .t'aI.tc: tcI
I Daytona is shown by the receiptof Thursday, March SO. Th:s bonus
shall not be granted and death. The total loss will excetd, plague has made its appearance iu
a letter by the Daily News from i which consistsof: 100.000ot he is determined to fight to the bit- $300,000. the province of Pinar in the vic.uiof ; > fOR REBATES.MERCHANTS
ter end and wipe out the Revolu tfci general manager in PitU"burg be given to the contestant securing Los Palacies and in i causing true .

tionLsts. I t asking for full information: and i the most votes during the week endIng five to ten deaths da:ly.Residents .
I Incoming
that a-v i
of section
whether the: people! here reallyant next Thursday ata o'clock in the
Father and Sons Shot- I thoroughly alarmed and the AND' MI ERSSO.KED i
ROADS. a line of the Postal. afternoon., but will not be counted in I I I
DOUGLAS Ariz., March 24-Tragic BY COAL SHIPPING? 6 government ;s conducting an invent'gution :
The letter states that the Postal the special prize race for the diamond
details of real war are coming out of ,
I 1 1in
Mexico. An American., mining engineer -I. company has become much interested:' ring which LJ offerred by L. H. Rowe \ TOTAL OE SiO.NO. 1

arrived here today and said the COMMERCE COMMISSION DECIDES; this subject since it was brought & Co., to the contestant who secures t --
,. prefect of Chiapas Mantezuma cap, PUBLIC HAS RIGHT TO SAME up by the Daily News and the Daytona the most votes between March 9 and I I JUDGE SPEER AT SAVANNAH

tured General Talamientes an Insur-, board of trade and the prospects' April 6.ThL i
recto ]leader, and his two sons and RATE ON COAL AS OTHER I the last fOR DEEP INLAND WATERW. HOLDS THAT INTERSTATE
are that a thorough investigation: :> bonus it* positively one!
condemned them to death. RAILROADS. to be awarded in this contest and COMMERCE LAWS HAVE BEEN _
father begged that the lives of his will be made by the Postal officials. I I
no more bonus offers of this kind will CAPT. G. M. MULLEN OF PALM
.;; sons be spared offering to turn over i WASHINGTON, March 24-The Interstate With a line extended to DeLand it be made. Every contestant should VIOLATED.

his fortune and life for his sone. commerce commission today w ill be a matter of small expense for strive hard to secure, this last bonus, I BEACH CARRYING PAPER ASKING -
The pleadings of the father were in decided a railroad can not charge a I SAVANNAH. Man 21 JuJg
the Postal] company to extend the is it may prove a great help in the CONGRESS FOR AN APPRO- ,
,..a.in. however and all three were; less rate on coal designed for use by peer in the 'Nttral4MJrt ber> hao \
closing count for the ano.
the line to Daytona and tap one of thq.< pt II ned tbIenh.lnt: and MtneT,
shot. other railroads than rs charged In tomorrow's DaUyey,6 and Gaz PRIATION.
I' best communities in the state of Florida I rnuisportation company a total of
general; public. ette-News will appear the standingsof I Circulating a petition to courrrs!
Gen. Luque Assassinated The decision is a meet: important or anywhere in the south. The. all contestants up to five o'clock asking for an appropriation to establish f.Vi.iiuu for rebating in viokittoahe vi

LAREDO Tex., March 24Genera'Luque. one as it a'so applies to all other inefficient service, inadequate hours)! >esterday afternoon at which time I and maintain a..i a government interstate commerce Iw. the tk--
handed down this after'pun
lolon; being
a member of the staff of' shipments. and independent spirit of the Western the ballot -box closed for the weekending waterway the inland waterway along ( .

President Diaz who was sent to Union has come to be a boreI March 23. Publication will also I the East Coast of Florida from
I The ca.-;e has been bard fousht by
T Chihuahua to quell the Insurrectos., SOMETHING OF INTEREST TO with the people in this; vicinity and be made tomorrow of the winner Fernandma to Key: Vest Capt. G. ,
he steamship line uu the iiruundanet
t' has been assassinated in a most been I THE TRAVELING PUBLIC. relief in the direction of the po,tall of the sj>*H-ial bonus offerred last :\Mullen: of \Vtt Palm Beach is ,' the Unit; .d SiaUha> no juts
atrocious manner. The body has would be gladly welcomed. I
rough I The New York and Florida] \ Special I week spending; a short tune LU Daytona. action: over tli.In,;ha.s and it i*.

terribly mutilated pla ed in a the box over Atlantic Coast Line will make _. -- Capt. Mullen is working his way up innounced the l'",,- .U I,.. r..pt"alt-cJ.
box and sent to Mexico City the East Coast making every town
I fromacksonville
for the season -- -- -
containing the inscription. "From its; last trip 1 I alon the inland waterway and is LETTER FROM GOVERNORIS t
6 leaving Jacksonville ?
to Por-: April Have You
of Chihuahua
the Insurrectos hs.:
with much success in
at 1:10 p. in., of that day.Ths ; II meeting ACKNOWLEDGED HERE
firio the Tyrant. to th-,
work of soliciting
I' : still leaves three trains dailyaver I hjj be.nsent
petition. The subject is one wlmhmterttjts The following telegram
7,000 Recruits WantedWASHINGTON. the Atlantic Coast the Ka-.t I by E. F. Oate, chaiiman of
March 24-A total: and New York, leaving I Ever Considered ever person along the committee of theoard
I' recruits have been called for! Jacksonville No. 86, Palnit-tto Limited I Coast and a de-'p waterway lIIaiui transportation Governor A. W.
of 7,000 ( ; :; ) i oiK-ia threat > of trade to
the government
and: abed by
,. by the war department to bring the: 7So a. m.; No. &2, opportunity of relief frail th'- I jitchrist:
0.1 ;
infantry regiments of the regular army i West Indian Limited 9:13) a. m.; of the f ltt:.ida "Letter received. Thanks. Can net
strength. A total of! SO, West Coast Florida Mail 7: .. y of fire present opprvs*
up to its full II II1m. The possibility ::a.t 'tta.t railroad. emphasize too strongly the necessity

2,000 recruits have already been sent: and information destroying your home The petition will be forwarded for of having railroad commission her
to Texas. For Pullman reservations I while the congested conditions -
I II I a; soon as
to ttwisresb!
on these and other traII: II I and valuable ? pieaentation .
S I : I papers I the whole territory alum: the t Kn t prevail. You c.n appreciate

STANLEY ROBI SOEAD; I including Seminole Limited Dixie I l"tM"t haw be-n rtneml.BLOW j hat the commiss.itn could net rsal2e -
PROMINENT BASEBALL MAN Fljer Montgomery Route and South Wouldn't it be betterto I the conditions hue if they come

I Atlantic Limittd, see W. D. Stark It's a waste of money to pay more : SAFE OF BANK; after the season closes. Anything
r CLEVELAND, March 2 Stanley i Traveling Passenger Agent. Atlantic than our price for Groceries and your papers I ESCAPE WITH $ .OOO. ', you can do to get them here at onto

t I Robinson president and owner of the i Coast Line at the Daytona Gazette Vegetables for better quality cannot II protected in a I lTltUY\ LLt:. :\1 H.. :\Jarth:1: ; will be appreciated by this who.'c.
died i
St. Louis National league club I News; office :MondajsVednesdai I be had. We earnestly solicit an Four rubber! ; bl'-w the b.tujl Hi. community; ."
here today. at t*::;o a. m., to 12:00 ,
and Fridays order Safety Deposit t'urryIt'' :! bank ea'lv: l t* day ;.Hid! t'i I -
fill trial
to a assuring --
opportunity -- -
letter to P. OBox : ,
address , ,
noon or tilwd will $1.""". v-i :artwd: | :'KH.-V'
; 23.; Daytona Fla. you of entire satisfaction.CONRAD ;
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VaultIn I 11'\' .11! \\l1r.-
I CHURCH, iJruggist.i

d( COTTON GINNING REPORT I where ; .......................... IQ/. Beach fMOSK Sireel 17
SHOWS 12,746,173 BALES. our : I Daytona, Florid
i ; The they will be absolutelysafe { DAILY STOCK MARKET REPORT{ i iJ .
I WASHINGTON, ;oUtU" tool I; clo. Baht/
Just think of it ! 60 sheets cetS; : bureau cotton report issued ? NEW: TURK, :March -IIVt.'k.01'-

I of extra nice paper and 60 today shows 12,746,173 Feb.: 2S. bales Exports as thetotal ti,' ned ,;tt"ady w'.tti': t-adfI: dull t' dtvbat I: Protect Your Clothes. Feathers
today for 25 consumption 2,40<",77t>; This. _is.also I _a_safe placeto i [U'tii: "- to!.Lbti"aiiia->:er and .' Furs. Carpcts, etc with
envelopes selling S36.46S; 111II0-t ,toikhow'd( fractional d.
stocks ..J,02.JnMESSAGE : leave your valuables. .. .. ,
F of
cents. Did you ever hear i : ii'tI'ofon upen4d firm at t t'

such a bargain? This is the TO COMMISSIONTO 'PHONE----61.Daytona. - - : -.x .. ',h-ve.! :'; the iinrkK tit: : .:i- Mothalinet
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best offer in stationery ever COME HERE AT ONCE. LodgeNo. MERCHANTSBANK I uI...r, I :0lIlai..lll1at.d --

The following telegram: was forwarded 1141 ..* '; '. '
i \ i "Pi"" r
,; made in Daytona. Better get a today by the Daily News to B. P. 0. E. V; work.tvnti. ,u I .. 'I' '_ It[ be placed I in:! direct e
the l'h.k.- i o v: ?' '
box before night.HANKINSTtie. R. Hudson Burr, chairman of L.'hub Valley '74unvltslita. !
\ .., Forida state railroad commission: Meets Every Tuesday Northrn. Pttci 1 ''-ARuck contact with the nuM delicate
'.i'4; J t1;
{ Druggist, "Will it be possible for the members Evening.Members Visiting Invited. A. D. McBRIDE President p. }..laDd 117InOII _.I. fabrics without tear of injury

::. AT THE Pl AOE of the state raircad commission A '. T. E. Fitzgerald E. R. I J. B. CONRAD Vice,President -.utb..rn(' I"ltdrtc ht."i \1. 1'.:....
.. here soon? People in thu .' ' See. F. N. CONRAD CashierF I (-. v. roar ;-.64 ;eo stain bleaching0"
Where Volusia Meets Beach. to come for relief." Geo. F. Crouch-: J. NIVER. AssL Cashier ,I.. ,.:..: ' ?y or
Telephone 69 community are clamoring !


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_i r -' V ,'#' \1, 6EO.Dealer WRAY ia i'I T DELANO, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA H I i

: PIANOS aDd IJ I L- DELAND the county seat of J'


c : Concert Tuner is situated 23 miles southwest of

4f PIANOS FOR RE'IT 1 COUNTY Daytona and is reached from the tat- UNIVERSITY

BANK ter city by an excellent hard-surface DaLAi, FLA.

I road recently constructed Four t'oilKand |I
DELAND FLA. Technical Hrbooit.
At DeLand is located the John B. Equipment n..t.
Inz Dearly. JHOiO.ndowui .
THE of the leading
Stetson University one
Capital $100,000Surplus nt F"MQ
,, Women'sExchange educational institutions of the Faculty of 4W Pro. ,
- $50,000 f"lltOfI
i and Instructors. I
Pkome 77 for
South. Because of the interest in ( Christian

ICE CREAM = -__- --::. I A. D. McBRlDB, matters educational DeLand is known but non-M Tfiwhlnjc.* -t-n.l 1I
-. tli'' lw 'T In "'jllr.
-- - President1J. liThe Athens of F1ori ." For Information,
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it qnintily 'It. Prov-It (
ny ---k : addrt-M
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In::. .: \ r t'h I II B. Stetson University b'a faculty of Lincoln
MILLS'SllOS :. wVUePrvsldentB. Halley,
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and instructors. There Ph. Dos Lit L 11.I ..
European .'. 4 4R A. WOOD, professors LL. D. 1
: I,. Cashier are over $400,000 in buildings and President
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J I I -- J equipment; nearly $300,000 endow'

......1................... [ By L. C. DEMAREE. fact must be apparent to the most ment; a Carnegie Library alone representing -
observer. With such lavish DREKA'SDEPARTMENT I J. I. PERKINS
AND FURNISHINGS One or Daytona's crowning glo- an investment in building

'rJes Is her incomparable beacn. No BUSINESS AND xveilth of natural beauty it be- .- endowment and books, of more than
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came an easy thing tot the hand ofirsm library is the United
: It Pays to Trade at one who haj ever set foot upon itssmooth ; PROFESSIONALADVERTISEMENTS STORE iiioo o.The Attorney indCounsellor _
to give the finishing touches
for the
racked sands; no one whoever States Government depository
= Peck's House : V -r.sr' oJ
Bargain pedaled a bicycle over to eX-I I wfhich have wrought out the colors I EVERYTHING Stateof_Florida.. and contains over

112 South Beach Street.as.i.isi.i.i.isiu.isi.i pans: ; no one who ever drove a ( and outlines of the big picture. )TO EAT.' -15:-000 volumes. Science Hall, one at Law. 1

prancias pair of ho. es and listened _L Man did all this in the laying out I iTO WEAR of'the"newest of 16 buildings with
.......................... to tiie popping of their steel shoes of the streets with their wide marginsof T9'Reading its furnishings, represents an outlayof Will PTMUM
LING UTAH-CHINESE LAUNDRY i......................... The entire 4 laHUto
: : upon Its asphaltum-like face; no one U parkage. city becomes ROOmI $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of and

.. 213 SO.Hhlrts REACH ST.UlNlght.: IUTTONA Hhlrts, FLA.Dress 10.. who ever steered a high-power automobile : E. S. HALLArchitect I a. great park with driveways Inter- Elevator Service J the most beautiful college buildingsIn FederalCourt. I

White Hhirts ItuWoolen, Hhirts III down the broad stretch of a I s P11.jn.;. miles; upon miles of driveways ).Rest RoomG.A.DREKA&CO the South. *
Check Hhlrts K Undershirts KJNewBhlrts
isjbrawers!! Khirtseoiiarntt. wave-washed and surf-packed sand 1 and BuilderXo. : ,->o good as to attract motorists ,- ,The city has a population of about 1I
1Cioc.kll.IM.r:! pair 3 but realized that it te a world beater :!2W Palmetto Ave. from all over the continent. ; with thickly settled country '
I Collars or Cuffs 27 Handkerchiefs :8 : : I PKLAND.'FLA! 3,500, a DELAND. FLA.
Ladles clothes at corresponding price a wor'ld-wonder. Go stand upon : DAYTONA. FLORIDA. And as for the pavernwits pave- adjacent' DeLand proper is five
.......................... tnis wi.le and the U .
I I' speedway see happy .I.I.I.I.I.I.IeRu.I.Iu.a.i.isisi.i.isisi.Isi.i.I. nu-nts thai look and act like granite miles east of the St. Johns River, on

.isasiii.isi.u.isa.i.i.ls souls flii by in joyous mood, and - - - j where else between the eastern the high rolling pine land of the WRIGHTINSURANCE
t I I.: H. C. THOMPSON Agi.f answer whether this is not one of i. .1 and we>trn seas are so many miles I VolosiajtainljfAbstracted great "Orange Ridge" of Florida. I

I the seven modern wonders. j in proportion; to inhabitants? The : ; The predominating products arc :
The Placid Pellucid Halifax River.j : pavement question staId with the oranges and grapefruit, the estimated

V H 1 BILESDeojoBttration aS General Medicine and : street as one of the chief drawing I Bert FJshT; President from this vicinity being over AGENCY
l>. LaiMlls, Hec- crop
; Given at Any Time. : Where think you is water with more 4'ur.v
I : Obstetrics : cards. Till some unheard of place rl.tloryund_ rea8. 300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
: 1'HONP2 : picturesque: surroundings? Nearly a
Offlct-Hours: l::10 to 3(1. 7 to4 in. e> reports lucre and better Daytona
V I ._..._.._.._.._.._.._.._.._.. ._.._.._. mile wide fringed with tropical vegetation I Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39.p. 1i.i.i.iu.i.ISR.IsI.I.ISI : chrow down the gauutlet! to the Abstracts Furnished - peaches. Pears. Japan, persimmons strawberriesand DeLand Florida

..1.isisI.isisisisi.Dsi.I. artistic cottages with roomy world. and Titles'Perfected plnmsi pecans guavas
verandas looking out her bosom other fruits are grown in plenty.In .
: JACOB ESPEDAHL : V -- - Squirrels Flowers Binds and Fruit. of
the public improvementsare
Contractor I Ia gamey food fishes in countless numbers -, ......................tiff \Vh;'.tcw. ones shortcomings and .,I(and Insured\ way OLDEST
and Builder 4 many miles of fine shell roads,, an
) S Designer and CraftsmanHnperlntends UN beckoning- as it were to thosewith : howe>fr indifferent or even callousone Maps, Pints IIndBlu..prlnts LARGEST
: DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPhysician : excellent high school electric lights,
Construction of Buildings. rod and reelher; bosom flecked HupplK-d
Plans and HM-citlcutions I: may ho to many thiDgs:' the mere a system of waterworks that is owned
a with duck and coot and
on Hhort Notice. snowy- : and Surgeon :I I I tn&ntrcn! (.t "flowers and squirrels. HKLAXD. KLK. H and BEST ,
I DAYTONA FLORIDA. winged sea birds. which sit about as' : and operated by the city supplying
birds and fiuits" will
..........................I if for thfc sport of bobbing upon the : OKK1CK" OVKR KODAK l"I.-\c'o : I send a thrill the purest water at little cost.

..........................; waves; watch that lubberly old .N Phone 8)) ..II I and that pricked is reflected ears. m distended pUIiLs BONDLUMBER Nine houses of worship testify that For Florida

U white beaded pelican pouch a fat: .......................... DeLand is a church-going commu
OSCAR I For every visitor wkh: a spare FARMS
: goober
MICHAEL : -- -
; I mullet and that fish hawk struggling j I nity. Baptists Episcopalians Methodists
: ........................I., there is a bunny ready to come COMPANY Southern GROVES
: Northern and Presbyterians
CONTRACTOR upward with his floundering load he I ( ), -
I anal' Manufacturers of
I I accept your gift. lie will sit bolt
: snatched from the water. I Christians and Catholics, TIMBER
: Filling and GradingHeavy : : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS : ivrri'B'ht and knaw j'ntJu the moat, LUMBER orTRUCK
See the beautiful launches besides colored Baptists and Metho-
: spick I UI
Hauling a Specialty. : i Civil Engineers :I j casting furtive saucy glances! at you LATH
raid span, witih hampers and lockers ; I dists, are represented.The .
!!!5i1S1S111S111S1S1h111i Bulging with refreshments both solid :I DAYTONA, FLA. :I I Flowers. graded school offers a ten St-! ncl forTHE
- I Usually fresh and blooming Bargain
tX!). '!\!.! I i the year 'round you are remind Agents:
;l 1M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. :I, 'beautiful surface. Take out your field !' I......................... II I..d of Uolds-mith's couplet where XIusury's Pit rold Hooting Paints occupies is newly furnished
I! kss aca the river from HOIODTTEN .
sweep -- -- -- Whlt.'hall (Vmnt throughout, and is one of the most
t spring: its eai" est visit paid

MILLINERY (lnno:!,} bridge to Ponce Park I II i si.........isi...m.i.isii, I And summer's lingering blossoms (i'i i.-omiaClay i'orado Plaster Brick commodious and best equipped pub- [ CO

I ,Vt light house then say whether the I. .: I 15oiJ hUiiid Brick lic schools in the State.

I Halifax isn'4. a thing of beauty and |: :I E. L. STEWART : are delayed.In II.L.\SP. KLA. I The trip from Daytona to DeLand .
No. 8 B ach St.. Dayton Fla. U I: one yaxl roses of varigated huesredomrnate I 151 \\l\ H.A.;
; ,: a joy fortver, and one of the modern :. Physician and Surgeon '! is made by automobile in a little
.: !' '! \! !'4JM''IIt'! | tat I' lit I'ia todisi-iM's I (lf I tin- : ; another household hasa I
-- wond'3. I It UU KV, F;,sr. ThriKtt; anil Nos. Ulu-e. I: J : I 1 over an hour, and there are many ,
I !):!(!(! ... t.!> .:!(!, \\o.! !' t mid n-Miifiicf. Miicnolut it\fim .;n.J : penchant for the poin'ettand the LANDIS & IiI : I
_ (. The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge. :U 11001'.1 ot i*. < >.. t-'I'-plion-. I: premi-iis are aflame; another i is hidden pretty drives in the vicinity of the THE

East Florida wood.flidgt'wool : lillir* hour''H.t in. to 10. p. in. : in a jungle of tall cane. Variety Attorneys at Law county site. A good road leads to j I

1 I :.......................ioi IIsisIsI I I I'r.actaeing .mall I I5.ttate DcLcoa Springs, five miles, a historic j GORDONGARAGE
p .s the spice of life and here is where .t.d \i'rul I I
Telephone Company ; avenue Is upon the crest >ou find it. t'uu'-t': spot, where 60,000 gallons of water
_ of a broad ridge. straight as the crow I I. .i.asiiiidii.i. rtpecial' fatelilties! forl
iI I: j The birds flit in. and wWh their Investigating: and I Itsrfaetlnat bubble from the earth every minute.

I Connections at Daytona 'I!V' es fiies of and'ho! the bea\"wide.-trullked spreading live oaks branch ex- :I DR. F. H. ,HOUGHTON 1 I Ia I II: I joyous notes help to give fullness II .LA Nil. .tItUs..LA. I I From DeLand automobiles go south I Ito DeLandHeadquarters The

lor Long Distance Points :;ud symmetry to the picture. I Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and
tend thtir gant!
arms across the
magnificent -
I! \:sta. forming an arch, and : Dentist !5in I II As for fruits. choice citrus fruits. IfWART{ & BJ1i marl roads; thc St.Johns is crossed by for
ferry near Ostccn and cars can then
I H. C. THOMPSON Mgr. from these extended arms great festoons : ItBe-. Pvk l'.kk :I: Da>toua >:tlds the pain to none forquality AutomobilesMaxwell
Isaac A. Ht'wartElofor" continue to Sanford and Orlando
O I PHONE a"t Kn of Spanish moss sway as the U II:: quantity per acre. There WV
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hard road. There is
- - I trade winds from the tropic seas .K.B.B.B.fl.B.B.B.......*I i-re scores of citrus groves in prox- Mary kt."irtAttorneys a shell road
. .. from DeLand to Touring
at Law Orange City, five
fan them. Looking straight ahead 'mity to the city branches betidingto
i siisi.................. I ulldioturltli Public miles, and a good road from DeLand Cars andRunabouts
H. T. McCLELLAN down this white shell street one has :; the erth with their burdens of

the impression of a fairy path with I: T. 1-:. Kltzc-rMld E. .'. Outas 1: lufious gclden globes: which for f'F.fUW, 1-1\ j to Lake Helen, a like distance. j
V Mill Work tffan. draperies. but as you move I= FITZGERALD & OATES I: beauty proflicacy and all desirable I

long and cast an eye first to the I: Attorneys and Counsellors at Law :1 I qualities would truly astonish, you. J. A. I BOND SANDSIO BRICK CO. Arthur<,. llmulKojral

Writc or ask bim about right and then "P.p."; ' anything to the left you see N and IVrf.-i-ttng Lan" TltI..s The Fastest Autos and The Finest ERICKSON&co. I Manufacturers :

yon want made of wood Every- t distinguished cottage homes in the Ofllci tnfonrad Building. '1'lw t'I'M I -
the best. I I 1:: Light Granite Buff Red anti
thing i
I most delightful settings. >i ......................... It The ?ev* nth world wonder. do you Largest Stock of Drab Brick
See thc glistening leaf of the grand Pianos Organs and
North Ridgewood Ave. Phone 123 | k? Large Cmipmaaat\ 'la-hr. $
a:- Ccme, whether from Mbssour : Sewing Machines I Prompt blpittelits. &
S magnolia which nature has varnishedas (! !Ak Win-< : I'(5.,ij. t i.uU Prlvn.
!.@!, @!oi:> i'i'.!. \! \ : or fromMaine, from Kalouiazoo o. I to.ulh of JacOIl\i.l It. I L.KIhU'. FL.I' .\.
I no artist's brush:: ever could; and '>:LAXli. KLA. HAMLIN
DR. J. P. ESCH i Tlmbuito; and you will be "sho-.vn." j
the cabbagf palms with their burdens V > ,.
here is where the worlds record( for LAKE HELEN
of: s-hovvy! fruit and swaying pal! .is; Physician and Surgeon !
I'll [PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE{ i I ) '! sped is broken with every recurring; ALLEN'SNixt A .
see the lovely holly with its exquisite I'-IIUI-II'M' 1'i-iv filth h .i.i; ..,:th..r I Sarroundcd by several pretty lakes ttorD --
)) M. K ( Inll .'h. i 'ir.I.I..".inif: t t.. .V |I'. !! i "-eason. Autos the bi'-'gfst tile fast- I aud
ite Q'; see the climbing vines V 11I.,1.i7 p. in. 'Ii ta'ti' ,s.-.I'\'T'l |"N \ . I to Po.olief and guarded by buy pine trees is Couussil .;Sat
.. e "t. and the finest
rOUT ORANGK UK;: \'il. I : are on daily pa-
un riot in the trees; see the cryp-- ) Lake Helen a winter resort of La

a prt-ttylltlK!village PORT ORANGE[ 'oi.faiu.xis forms which gain a foothold *\!..!\!'-! .!.!\.....\... '.!'.'..'..! S !'!> \!''!; j rude and the big sh;'w is as free as I II DRUGGISTSJEWELERS little importance. Camp CassaJa no a, -
fcltunted Hv t.e: y.ire! artesian water from th-
fcoutbof a-toni on jn tLe great oaks and S; at.y! *..3................ ... !i' a spiritualistic camp-grouiid is situ
HOUSE t)I thoi.sauda of fJo'ing'e!!g. It :* a' ''ated I'.J VM'. .
the iaytonaSwMinyrna palms. and surely you will join in oUlie ; ItsI.N1. KLA. near Lake Helen and at this
Dr. SAMUEL M. LONGDENTIST continuous! show with I I
hard sur- clorui and : a constant!}
say that this is a J j place several hundred people make
Jaw road,th soonlehigbwayof ahii't-io: scene.Everything : I
,. s. Fred Cummngs; world uonder for beauty. oO i i Ii winter headquarters. A laigc lumber
; th- Ki: lCoast. G. W. Fisher
I goes, from a 2-hurst- "fOBSIAIS'S"[
The town Islocatedonthe Owner and Maaater I Surpassing Beauty of Our mill and thliU'gcst brick plant in :
Halifax Cottage lOne Door North of New Merchants : power up to a 2W-hor power and I Drug Co. I the South arc located at Lake Helen. I *LAM'. ILk. ,

River and isconnected Homes. JO I Bank. t I kdl de;;:ee.3. of speed from a canter i I

:: with the ....s..................... to a two-niile-a-rurnute clip. You will Drugs, Stationery, r ORANGE CITY
PORT ORANGE Xo one of Daytoaa's attractions, --- Huyler's Candies ClothingFurnishingsj
peninsula opposite I j piobably! catch the spirit: when you i The principal I
; @I'i': attraction around
perhap. commands more nearly universal (! Kodaks Cigars
by a bridge. ,
,.1 'i lo the roads and the beach
The tOwn 1* well BEACH attention and praise' than does -: art )'ours'l IIv.L\SP.I-"I.\. Orange City is the many handsome I Shoes j

laid out and has the artistic cottages. The owners of The Manhattan Cafe : :: The Florida sunshine i is fre-, golden orange groves. The town is _

many pretty homes.A Lots for Sale. these charming villas hail from eH & for ladies and gentlemen. balmy ocean breezes are free the I supplied with water said to be the I

large numl er of Liberal Terms Q'J J '. 1 birds and squirrels and flowers are A. H. VOGDALL[ purest in the world, another :
corner the
country and they bring $
tourists and winter Regular Dinner 11 to 1:30 Daily. ;
Allowed for free tae
sparkling fountain:
water i* I'r&e I tion to visitors.
residents make Port IMPROVEMENTSOcean their own architectural plans and jj Short Orders. Box Lunches. .! It is at aurae-I
and will have
Orange winter headquarters or River build upon them and, as the archi- $ Everything Fresh. you to go down The that passengers over the

.nt' of th' FISHINGt'onvenlfiit .ecturu of one section of the countrydiffers .j Special 1 Attention Shown to Ladies. '! Unto your wallet only for coin for Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and

jpyeral the attractl.uSbeing excellent mobile llnoe to(:'our Anto-vuud I from the architecture of anJ; THE MANHTTAN CAFE ,! auto, and bed and board. GROCER drive to D land. The town is surrounded -

flshlng. HrlJge.Apnlj oCher so do our homes differ in 38 South Beach Street ;; This is LO fanciful picture; it's all DELANI>, KLA. by land peculiarly adaptedto

A short distance to outward appearance and .structural t, ;; here. It is drawing other thousands the cultivatioa of citrus fruits. ,
\VM. C. HOWES (i.@:! west >f Port Orange beauty from one another. There are and ho'diiip: them enthralled it will j ------ ---- ----
are the remain of Port -'S. 'a, charm aid hold c...................... . . . . . _
the old IHinlnwton Oruiige! no monotonous rows of strikingly l +,......................... you. Conic and se. j! :--y....vvvvv............- ................ ...,.........

similar build'ugs but the eye as it J I
sugar mill, a place! -- .i :
thnt Is visited every 1 Port: sweep* by is treated to a kaleidoscopic When You Are Looking for t i

year by.hundntlioftourists. One tI.t.UthecoUfltryW.st. OYSTER Orange{ CO. wondering change, "What which' next keeps?" the wind *: Some One to Do :. "From INDIAN the Grove RIVER to GRAPE the Table" 'j, : THE DAILY NEWSiGives I It

of* PortOrange., surrounding i,. DUPOXT It is no*, only the exterior of many FRUIT AND ORANGES .. ..

th. old Grow.-r OYSTERS and iH'al.T andCLAMS ot thss.s homes which rivets atten- + Electrical Work I GroAii on the Halifax. ..

mill, was a vast In- Lion; wn.b.c they are models of convenience : The finest quality of fruit for sale to some three whose
Away __ _ _ _ _ :
digo and sugar caneplantation. Pt.Onir.L'eltavtonnIE and the finishing! and furn- in single boxes or car lots. Special :

.The mill thing jive evidence of the elegance : PHONE 14, : attention paid to filling orders. :: names were mentioned in the'p
was operated<*xtenlvely E

in those curlydnys W C. and cultivation of those who worked MUNROE & STEVENS : very Day previous day's paper :
but has been IKdisuse !llOSI!SI it all out. Indeed it is the interior *
for forty or I Real n arrangement and artistic furnishing : :

tin: years. Insurance and shRdLng, more than the exteriorappear'nce Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. o Four Tickets to the Crystal :
.\ >ery Interestingdrive I I I that'e3 a surpassing I\ THE ELECTRICIAN. i t. :
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'i t>y ocean U-ut-h NOTARY Pl'BLIC I charm to Daytona homes. This feature : Best Prices Best Work .. .-.-. ...-...., .-....-.*..-.-. ...,............. ._.......i-j,-I' c Theatre and a Merchandise 4
to tinapproach 01 Lt Oranse. Fla. I Is. Jastly merits prominence as another t ; - Order for 25 cents
,. BEACH STREET : on some :
th- Port lira II:: wocc'er.'Streets I i GITTENS MESSING C a f

UrU/c, across thibrl 14.....4...........e........ ... --.. I,, \ 1.. \ %r'l local store. : : : :
'! : : :
:,. u. URn Bi...............O..IMcDonald's $ : I Fres'h Fish b .
>*lu-' through t h. C,
and Best. 2 [} .
prlnclp-- stret of i Boat Yard : \.I' ; 't
g .
X:P TDs Clams ,, :L:
Port Orange to tutru.us [Genral"crhandise$ Why thq Architect of the Universe a Established; 1903 ( C

of th' t I. chose to give: Daytona the moit ad2: CHAS. M. McDONALD. proprietor 5 and Rose Bay Oysters :t. Watch for
brtttil old s u g:i r them---your name ma j
mill returnliif t>- mlrable, the most picturesque natural I 2: Railways. Boats Built. Repaired J ; Market oa South Beach Street >

ibeyiouai.th.. sotting of all the cities of the S .
ro-i and Housed. Phone
th' iiialnlnr.U. j US Prompt Delivery : be next.
not revealed but that such is :
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A STUDY OF NAPOLEON.Mental I dream" coming true. I His S)stem of Self Dtfinta. .
Talking one day
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... t witb tbe landlord of the Inn In tbe vII. lIeU"Have yes ever studied the art of I. PROGRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA I
Chances; of the Fiery CorcieanStawn lage close to Curraghmore. a man defense said a young fellow to
by Hit Chiro raphy. rushed a man of magnificent physique and
up and said there had been a
Interesting and exhaustive studies murder on tbe bills. Then It must be noble bearing. HOWEAND I NEW SMYRNA miles south is situated of Daytona fif- ORANGES
have been made tbe The eider man looked at bis questioner -
In little I
France of Napoleon's one. said the landlord at and is an ideal spot reached If you want the
with smile and then
a quiet an
chirojjraphy. When a young which Lord Waterford. not unnaturally I I from Daytona by a hard surface road very b.*t Or sg
rt man Napoleon did not hare a bad became very suspicious. Tbe land swervd thoughtfully: CURRIERFLORIDA winding through one of the most picturesque apply at
I I "Yes. I bave studied and I
r hand although. like some other lord proceeded to explain that in the parts of Florida. Point Grove
he great night he dreamed that two men bad I With its ancient ruins dating backto tortb@Rt dlandl.-
J. A. Crews. Jacksonville Times- men. could never learn to spell come to tbe Inn and that tbe taller of I! ".\b--said tbe other eagerlv. """hose a time when the history of man dlan RlvxrOranc*
When he was an artillery offlcer his system did you adopt LANDS runneth not interlaced with wires the beat In Ihs
Union representative, who has beenin the two bad murdered the shorter Itatr.
writing was simple and legible as bU Solomon's." was tbe reply. ot the modern telegraph and tele
< the city for several days, left life was simple and direct Hut wbeiithe with a very curious knife. Somewhat abashed the youth stain NKW HMYRAAFLORIDA: phone, its miles of shell streets as Grove situated I1 tm
r. Thursday afternoon for He told his dream to his wife who I from Daytoaathe -
Dupont and; Corsican Captain I hard and smooth as a floor and overarched
Bonaparte distinguished mered out: "Solomon's! What Is the DaytoaeNewSmyrna
other points enroute to Jacksonville.! : laughed at him. Cut to his horror M. LEIDERSDORF by hoary forest giants that I Road.
himself at the siege of Toulon special point of his system of training -
I the men be bad Resident Agent the
and became the French sien while asleep ?" grew in stately grandeur during Prices Moderate
2S will General came to tbe Inn. and me used the curious Town and lapse of bygone centuries. New I
Phone call for
'x' your cle, n- Bonaparte his writing took on what "Briefly this" replied tbe other: "*A FERD
lag and t>rt*sh1g. tf BURNETT. has been called -a furious Illegibility. knife to cut up Ola fo xJ. They 'soft answer turneth away wrath.'** Country Smyrna is truly a place of romance I NORDMANNProprietor
.._ / I left and soon afterward news of the and rest.
Curiously enough, from that time For the moment the young man felt" Property

.$'F._ Mrs. D. F. Randolph. was"successfully -. there seems to have been a gradual a murder tall man arrived.answering Search to tbe was landlord's made for, an Inclination to laugh and looked at All nature here is very inviting to II

operated upon at the paytona' degeneration until profoundly discouraged description and one was quickly ar his friend anxiously to see whether bpI the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here

private bcapital and san arfLrm'! and utterly humiliated he rested. In prison be confessed be bad I was serious. But a glance at the accomplished R. S. I AL Y too is to be found the best fishing and
Thursday and her friends will be scratched an undecipherable misspelled murdered his short cOD'pan1on.-Pear- athlete was enough, and hnnti2 in the state of Florida. I
'glad to learn that she Is doing \ery.nicely. scrawl of submission: to the son's Weeklj. soon a very different set of feelings I
I The people are thrifty, the business -
his muscular General i
r prince regent on July 14. 1813. came over the youth as
t I IDr. companion added with silent empha men enterprising: and all unite t
It Is said that this change from a Hardwareand I
The Cowboy's Handkerchief. Ills.rr, It."-Christian Endeavor in extending the welcome hand of i
J C Herman, Osteopath. 20 simple to a confused writing began at "!lave you ever wondered why the I
World. There
Volusi Ave., Daytona. a certain date-namely, with a report hospitality to strangers. are
Phone 40. tf, cowboy I pictures by painters who have Builder's
skillfully garbled of the part be took five church edifices for white peopleand I
made a study of western life depict
The "Green Plash" at Sunset.
W. C. Shaw has: a fine bed ofj fEaster I In what Carlyle called the "whiff of the man of the 111:1in:41'ith his red A correspondent writes that during Supplies, an equal number for the colored

lilies at his: place: at the core grapeshot that spoke from the steps of bandanna hallway down on hU chest the course of a voyage when midway Furnitureand population; the town has an excel- I
aer of Loomis and Palmetto aH'nUf.s, St. Roch on the lath Vendemalre"Oct. I Instead of fitting snugly around his between Marseilles and the strait of lent high school a splendid public

bearing many buds that are almost ( f. 1J3.. neck?" queried a ranch owner of Cali I Bonifacio a "green flash" was seen at library aad up-to-date business I i
I The culminating eccentricity of his I fornia. UndertakingNew I
ready to open while most of the sunset. The sky was perfectly clear houses
Easter lUie-J of this vicinity! are bart-; tortuous strokes of the lPoVa" exhibited I Til tell you. When a cowboy starts I after a cloudless day with little wind. SmyrnaTHE There are any number of pretty :
the letter P. This
showed plain on a Ions;: ride over the plains one of the horizon the
: As the sun approached
ly beginning to show the blcsscm'! ly the mental 'i I homes for the permanent population, I
changes of the man who his principal annoyances is having to I line 'twlxt sea and sky for about forty
buds. These plants; are in a sanny' would which numbers close to 2,000. and
unhesitatingly! declare war wipe dust from his eyes. Ills heavy j five degrees each side of the sun became ,
location at the soathest ccri. 'r of against the first (comer who would di- gauntlets make It Impossible to use i i ibis I suffused with a rich dull rose some very fine winter residences. S TAT E BiNI l lI lI

the house and have received frequent vorce the wife he loved who would I hand, and be ties bis handkerchief: I| pink, and tbe waves reflected a marvelous OCEAN HOUSE There are good hotels and boardinghouses ''' f I
watering which! probably! accounts for propose a kingdom of (Haiti for Louis loosely around his neck and when ], ruby shade on their surfaces l where you can: find accommodations SMYRNA

the advanced stage or the bloom. I II XVIII.. who would freeze nearly a occasion requires uses It to clear his : facing the sunset, while the other F. W. SAMS1'KHPUIKToR to meet your requirements. I NEW I I :

I I million men upon the steppe: of Rus ejes. It Is the most convenient place !!. faces were an opalescent blue or green Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a JOH-ST. H\MMOND

Charles E. Brown civil \\ar veteran sia. This letter P became of str.1ngand to carry the handkerchief while ridinga : : from the upper sky. The two colors section of vegetable laud as can be fr MiltntUEO.
abnormal form. It excessively horse." ton Post. : marvelous Rates L. BHA.NM.NQI I
and retired was -Washing flashed and changed In a :
eu-p'oje cf theI em- found anywhere. This land has: been !hh'rTransacts
sylvania railroad! is a guest at the developed For twenty years the I way. Such Intensity of coloring had 53.00 per Day divided into small farms which can
I great general used this extravagant They Help the Justice). never been seen by those on board. a
Osborne rooming house on Orange1a'.ncif and according to the investigators accusing Each United States supreme court I' The sun set clean Into the sea. and Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Someof General I

wlil'e: ia the city. Mr. Brown, letter especially noticeable In Justice has a body servant assigned to about ten (or less) seconds after It bad WeekExe.It.nt the finest celery grown in the stateis Banking

who waft in the accounting depart- LU later unroyal signature NP.-Har- him and this servitor Is a sore trial to disappeared a bright green single l flash. \ Hunting raised on this land. All other vegetables i i Business
-: ment of the Pennsylvania.: railroad! for per's Weekly. many. The body servants now called Just like a railway signal lamp but and FishingNKW grow iii abundance and here, I

ever 43 years is now making a tour "mel>sengers." descend from Justice tw brighter far. met our view and rewarded MMYUNAFLORIDA: too is the home of the famous Indian 4 Per on Cent.rim.,Interest.......
of Florida and was attracted: to Daytona -! FORETOLD BY DREAMS.Two Justice. Several are old men. Their our watching for It.-Symons' River oranges. I l
: by the favorable comments madi usual attitude toward their particular I Meteorological :Magazine a. 1

of the city by travelers and from the Remarkable Cases In Which Sleep Justices Is that of tutor toward pupil. !I -- r
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dictate In all matters of etiquette Good Creed.
They A
fact of its having the great racing! Warnings Came True."I !
I'. and are generally bothersome. But To be able to look every man squarei !
beach. He is from
Philadelphia. Mr. dreamed that: the ship was In a there's no getting rid of them. They'rean i I I In the eyes; to make friend and ....... ".+ N
Brown has visited all the pacts of heavy sea that a big wave
came over
Institution having precedent.SauFrancisco hold them; to keep clean of mind and
Interest on the gulf coast and many her bows, pressed: down upon her i lit fortune to laughat ; .j.
Argonaut. body; to smile at : ph..Z.pf.
dn the interior of the state and has and then she rolled over on" her star- my mistakes: to frown when temptation I The Co.

also been in St. Augustine and all board side and disappeared. Her Scrap Book. comes avlsitlng: ; to be readywith :

points don the East Coast as far as This Is Jot an extract from a storyIt "Do you keep a scrap book. Mrs. a word of cheer when that word o : _
I Is evidence given oath FLA.
on during
the railroad extension. ; Rowdy?" asked her friend. Mrs. Mc- will help; to strive to develop to the .
the Inquiry at London Into the .
mysterious of nothing in particu I the heart, head and hand
disappearance: of tbe \Varatab. Guffey. apropos J Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor : s
endowed by tbe overall
Life preservers, inspected, solid the vessel which, on her second voyage lar."Well qualities I
cork, $ .90; Shebler Carburettors 1 mysteriously disappeared in July In a sort of way" said Mrs. ; to hold all women In respect _and : house in Florida. Sole distributors for i
Rowdy. "1 keep a diary and when to love one; to weave: The thread of
inch, $8.75; Side lights freenal glass, 100!), and has never been beard of
ever Mr. Rowdy and I have a tiff I eternal optimism Into the lives of all I Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer i
pr. $3.50; Acme dry batteries each since. And so Impressed was the passenger
make a note of IL"Judge.Creat with whom I may come in contact: to
$ .20; Jump spark coils, guaranteed vessel a't with Durban the vision from that which be! left point the I worship nature and the Great Spirit : Special attention is called to the t

$3.80; Make and break rot's. water- i Error. I tbat conceived It all-In a word to play DEPARTMENT. :
she continued on her HI fated voyage.: : MAIL ORDER
:proof, $1.65.; If it's for a motor bout Thus one wore was:: added to tbe extraordinary "My hero dies in the middle of my ''I j the game of life with a steady hand !i ii ..
we have it at a price that wears money coincidences in which I latest novel" said tbe young author. i and a qualmless conscience and n real i ij I II .

In your pocket. Send for cata dreams have figured. "That's a grave mistake" replied the I j I desire to be of sen-Ice tbat is my rellglon. i I : Price-lists will be cheerfully furnished. :

logue. THE KITTEL BROTHERS.Jacksonville. The third LordVattrford able editor "He should not die before the : And. nay It I can live up to j I II .
: ;'.-6t lp verify a story of an extraordinary was I reader SAthlnta Constitution. I the mark don't you think I've corralled ......................................................
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ie e .ee.ae aeee.e r .e..ee.eeee THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Peninsula Variety Z -r

Published every evening except ?oa- WE SELL

Brothers l lI day. from December 1 to April 1, by Store I f

THE GAZETTE-NEWS CO. DAYTONA BEACH., FLA.Excepttonn =! Automobile accessories of all kinds. The best kinds of f *fi;
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T. E. FITZGERALD Editor.C. : '
Values In lubricating oils on the market t Y

; I CLOTHING S. HARRIS City Editor. Enamel Ware .. Z

I HARRY L. ROOD Adv. Manager China .
GEO. F CROUCH. Superintendent.Entered Japanese w
f I GENTS'; FURNISHINGS as second class matter Laces t

i i December 1, 1910, at the postoffice Rilbons .: Automobiles ofall makes and in any condition. ez

at Daytona, Florida, under Act of Opposite Webster's Grocery StOle s .
SHOES I ISTORES March 3, 1879. Seabrceze Ave.

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H I I II ELECTION OF OFflCOS BY A Stream of Water. ; I
F =:i=i FOR A high pressure Jet of water will
bowl over a man as easily as a box of i I
ORIENTAL CO MANDERYI matches and leave him half stunned of spending your time sweating over a .
I I II I It will even turn a bullet from Its path hot stove these hot days trying to get :
I RAILROAD INfORMATION I Experiments have shown that a Jet of I
+ .I water can be produced at such a high ..t the family ironing done on time when 1

SPECIAL MEETING NEXT THURSDAY pressure that It becomes practically a j you can buy an i

NIGHT TO INSTALL OFFICERS -' bar of Iron. Swords have been blunted J 1
I AND RESERVATION I II II !j In attempting to cut through these ex- AMERICAN ELECTRIC IRONFOR
AND CONFER THE ORDER I' tra high pressure Jets. Some years ago ; I I
I an armed thief attempted to hold up a '

__ _ OF THE TEMPLE.At I I high official of the Hank of England In
puP '
I SEE private office. The official man lie liehis
Oriental i I
the meeting of con
I aged to get out of the room unharmed I
Ii mandery Xo. 9, Knights Templar, !j and locked the door. A resourceful at I
i held Thursday night the followingjofj; i j tendant brought the fire hose. He I
I W. D. STARK Insert I $3.75These
I opened the door sufficiently to
firers wree elected: '
the nozzle. In a few minutes the
I W. V. Carter E. C.; Join W/1Vil' : would be thief was picked up sense '
I II i ;
Traveling Passenger Agent Hams, G.; Jacob Eepedahll C.X.; G. I less.-Pearson's Weekly. :'I

F. Smith! Treas.; A. II. Ca\t*, Sec.; i I
Th. Lion and the Lamb. !
the Standard Irons and
Laundry are
Oeborne K. DuBois.S. are
Joe Prelate H.
of the old school
He was a gentleman
\V.; W. E. Ballough. J. W.; H. T. I;I never mind his wrinkled brown skin t, for sale by

I McClellan, St. B.; H. C. Quattlebaum, I and wrinkled brown clothes-and it I
I Atlantic was with the most distinguished politeness :
Sw. B.V.; G. Hobbs, Warden; G.I| "
that he gave his order to the
P. Ballough, Sentry. !
One candidate received the degree butcher man: : The Schantz Electric, Ice
"De madam say please to cut her : I
of the Red Cross and a special conclave sub. ,
two lam' chops fun de lion
will be held next Thursday The butcher man Jerked a loin from. and Water Co.
night, when the order of the Temple I a hook and his customer watched him i i I
I will be conferred and installation of 1
will take cut into It.nd a waiting woman said ....................a...............................
I Coast Line the newly elected: officers to herself:
place. i "Addition forty-eleven to the literature _
of the lion and the lamb."-Wash
I ington Star. .....................................................

I DAYTONA, FLORIDA. i ON THURSDAY AFTERNOON i de His Moulin Denomination.Dean of Trinity. cathedral i 0 Magnificent Trains A I

this little j
told bright story during one
I Daytona Gazette-News, Near South Bridge :1I I -- I of his delightful talks not long ago/ : 4 Limited"i
KAFFEE KLATSCH AND BOOK'' A man was ask*d to what religious : "Florida
I 9:30 a. m. to 12:00 noon. g 1 denomination he belonged .. "Southern's Southeastern Limited" j I
7 Monday Wednesday Friday I III i! "Why" ho presently replied. "I believe : : "Jacksonville-Atlanta Special""Florida I
: i iI
DEPARTMENT OF THEM, It Is the Episcopal church I stay : Special"VIA
OR ADDRESS LETTERS TOP away from."-Cleveland Plain Dealer -
iI I I
0. BOX NO. 253 DAYTONA. FLA. The kaffee klatsch and book showe i: A Misinterpreted Question. SOUTHERNRAILW'Y I
I j A young Canadian visited Washington I
II with silver offering given Thursdayafternoon | f.Cn1Dt t.E. I

00004..4NOBN..MN..44tN.4NOi.ti.M...44..40N4 N. ,.1I at the Palmetto Club house I with one a pretty winter cousin to spend and the her holidays family.As ; I ----
s under the auspices of the literatu. FLORIDA SPECIAL. SOUTHERN'S SOUTHEASTERNWest
....................................................: department of the Palmetto Club \vzw he was motoring with his pretty I and. Northwest. LIMITED.
I I II cousin one afternoon she said to him: :
well attended, considering the Washington, New York and the East.
STEAMERCherokee I "Do you have reindeer in Canada ...... ..... _
unllru-I Lv Jucksomille 40 a. in. .
z Tomoka River pitious state of the weather. "No. darling be answered quickly I Ar Atlanta....................5.00 p.m. Lv Jacksonville...,... .. 9.00a.m. I
I I $40 was realiztd and over U'O "At this season. It always snows." i Ar Chattanooga............9.85 p. m. .' Lv Savannah .............. 1.10 p. m.
received lor' the library. I ( i iH .\ Cincinnati............fc.UO a. m. Lv Columbia .............. o.-JO p. m.
FOK Miss Allea, Miss EJa \\ llaumel Want j II I > Ar Louisville ..............S.40 a. m. : Ar Washington ....... ... S.! 3 a. m.Ar .
: DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. : I andMiss Dciothy 1'urdy, arm.j(1) in When Bishop Phillips Brooks was I Chicago ..................5.25 p. m. Ar Baltimore .............10.02 a. m. I Ir
\ l.utchCQ.stlUlll'. "commanded. as the phrase goes, to. Ar Clf'\"eland..3.15 p.m. I Ar rhill.df'lpbia..12.23 p. m.Ar .
.. .. refresh becoming men.*, consisting of, served (.o!-'- speak before the queen some one asked i' Detroit ...................4.00 p. m.r;; New york.............. :!.31 p. m.

: The largest; fastest and only boat stopping at the J fee, cake, doughnuts and sandwiches.The If he was afraid. "No." he replied j I I

: upper cabin )1i3SEs'el'n: Atwtod and smiling;" "I have preached efore my ,'i FLORIDA LIMITED. JACKSONVILLE-ATLANTA
: .Margaret Rhodes presided at the cat mother. i West and Northwest. SPECIAL. I

I.I : First class Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin. :. dy table which was supplied wi" I Not Serious. : Lv Jacksonville------------ .' p. m.Ar Between- Jacksonville._ and Atlanta. I

attnu-tive homemade candles.; Hosts; "Husband. 1 found a lock of hair 5 Atlanta ................. 5.20a.m. i Lv Jtck on\"ilIe.O p. in.
i :........*...........................+...<>..........: \A ere used for table decorations. I nm.lnyour/ old papers. I never pave .\ I niiteville ...,.......... S.5o pm !, Ar )lacon..3.1 a. m.
I it Ar ( uitinnuti ............. S.35 p. m.r, Atlanta-------------------7.4 5 a. m. I Ir
I l! (!l! lltlJl1!!!llltLdVILLl to you. I A r Chicago .,........ ... 7.45 a. in. ,
Steamers U.S.A. I AID OF COMPTROLLER "You needn't worry. I don't remember I ..\ Ih Detroit...... ......?.... 0.30 a. m. ; Asheville N. C.
i LouisvilleI { ASKED BY DAILY NEWS. who dld.-Loulyllle CourierJourn.nl. Ar Birmingham..12.15 noon Lv Jacksonville..... ....9.00 a. in..1r i ir
i Kansas City..........10.25 a. m.r, Asheville ........ .. ....f 00 a. ui
i AND Constitutionare As-king the assistance of the state A Puzzler. Colorado Springs: ." .l.> a. m. Cincinnati: ...... .... '.00 a. m. I
romptroll r to get the niembtrs of "PO[). you know everything, don't
andNash.ville the Florida state ni'road: commission ?" said little Joe. .. ,
f. you I All oiki t.-.tibul.- lral".lJuNIo'rll U-ctricnlly llnlitt-tl .tlllt'ht"al1ll U-guiit I
i'tilltiinn l'niwini! 1 Itooin KI I.-.-ptnu Tar-, i'lnini cur s>rr\k-,.
; !
while the
to Daytona: : touristea "Some few ;
now running betweenDAYTONA very things in the universe PITY TirKKT: OKM('K NO. I H"VKsT: BAY HT.. J.U'KsoXVII.K. PI.A.
Railroad I . I
u and I : telegram has been sent by the parent modestly "but they I R?B. CREAGH. Tra Pass. Ajt.. G. R. PETTIT. D. P. A..
0;: the News Hotel Despland. Daytona Fla. Jacksonville n.!..
--- Daily to A. C. Crom:
are hardly worth
i PALM BEACH mentioning. What I JNO. L. MEEK, A. G. P. A.. Atlanta Ga.
I. ;1 "Please use your influence to get do you want to know?" I
Mont omery Route. \ti the Florida state railroad! commission "I want to know." replied little Joe. ** OO.................................................
to'isit Daytona at once to investigate "what relation an august kIng is to a i
Lv Jacksonville A.C L... 8.15 pm ?: Leaving Daytona Saturdays and the transportation facilities May qUt'en r'-8t Paul Pioneer Press. 1 _
...........12.22 <
Lv Birmingham pm | Tuesdays at 8:00 a. m. here. The depot is:' entirely inade
Nashville ................. 7.55 bound --- - - --
Ar Lv St. Louis. L. tN....... ;.40 pm am ,e;; South. quate unsatisfactory.and other A conditions visit of the are most commission .*......................... ....................................................

:;"J: Leaving Palm Beach Saturdays will: b(' uswle-s! after the SEE : let

Dixie Flyer Route. |;:: I' and Tuesdays bound North.at 9:00 a. m. I I tourit-t! season has closed as they : c. o. SMITH, 'ixw: :
must see conditions now to appreciate .1 STEAMER SWANLENGTH

Lv Jacksonville, A.C.L... 8.25pm |; I the situation. Anything you can tCEMENl'wALKS
.......,... I'rln'rl "orl,: l>Ofki
Lv Chattanooga .11 37 am do will be appreciated greatly in this *
........ ,Ii All kind our Brick ;uidt''ngut lurk 150 FEET-281 TONS.
... .
Ar Chicago: ... 647am I I community. .1
( i! Hti-iinnTK: >ubllt' l I.-iiI'axlona for M. ..... ...................
AuiMistlnt-on Tur&day- Thursday.j and Hat-
: I unlays at S n. III. -------- With excellent accommodations and service, lighted by
South Atlantic Limited. I;) i I I.v\vs. Ht. Auguttnr" for I'aytomi onII I I
>mlays.: \1'wln.wlrty.andFriday.xt"a.ni. electricity and capacity for sixty cabin. passengersis
TIckft on Lox rd l >toainr., F. E. C. TIMES I TABLE
Lv Jacksonville A.C.I.. S.15 pm |II now being operated betweenDAYTONA I

i Lv Knoxville. L. & N..... :20 pmJ::1 j McCOY BROTHERS IS EFFECT JANUARY o. toutBorsi'lie.tn Io

Ar Cincinnati................ S 45 pm |
Ar Grand Rapids...... .... 6.45 am j I ul'TIl : Ilu\\'s __ __ ___N"ant B.tl NO-If to I'r I and I

Ar Louisville S.40 pm :17 547 I )111 tia :It au u- iiK MY ttva.
I Ar Indianapolis.............. 1.05am I Seminole LimitedSOLID -- -, I ____ _ _ I PALM BEACH I
;j TRAIN sill 151' 111 151" J (Oa \ i'a Jackson,isle 7 Sap 7 :.... s 1 Sp I ,.'p .Silt
I \I ::.p II 5p 1 :Sp Si Inn III ::1& St. Augustine .i 'l5 yi R 411,. : ihp l 11 i "'...u rI :.a II.
Three frst-class Electric Lighted 4: Electric Lighted Throughout I 12< :a 5 lap :3 ;-.p ls: 'p I ::--11 Urmund a\ rrp a flip 11 iail y Ua 4 41\1;
I, L" iIIa :5 5.p i !'/p I! it"p I t"ll Iatona :X.tp 1 t.'i\1 11 :till !. :t.1 i XGtns I I.
Trains, Berth Lieht, Dining Carson f :! :' "t.y' fl sup., .:" i 17p 1 Rockledge 1':! 1"II I lip II lag 7 :!tm I .:2 "':1 +
7 ": 1 !12 Sat 1: ? I 7 iap If :!I'" 1Y.Patmlleach 7 iat \I "a :i ..rlfl :i ,011 :..p
I each train,a la Carte. |> III 151\ :hht :! :f.ltl 100 ""p I 11 r.'JI \Ultmi :. :.11'" i .St 1 I"a a 'i u'I' '
I I i iI I
t I and Intermediate Points through the Picturesque Halifax
t tI This schedule is published as a matter of news to readers of
i Louisville & Nashville R, R, 4 (ROPO the Daily News and not. as an I. and Indian River Route. I.

T. B. WALKER Fla. Pass. Att. > i advertisement..o Leave Daytona Thursdays. -. ... ..... ...- ..-.... 8:00 a. m.

I P CHICAGO ST. LOUIS i .. ..... ....... ... .....
Leave Palm
118 W.Bay Jacksonville. ,Fla. ;;-) ............... ..........+...................... .... Beach Mondays. 8:00 a. m. I i
l( (S11 i ..ii'.i .ill.l l\i' \1..11RNNUISISIU.IOIIIOISII AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. I
Obsrrvntion ompiirtni. > nt nnd !slr.'pIny
: I
I'urltutiulu.i! l rth liuhtKr: I t'K
S I.ortm..nt ofCROCKERY cllnln:: .'h
: : Ar.: Chioimo JllfkMMlVllli. .. .. .. V40 7:15 u.p.: in Ill: i I I ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER 5 :
Ar. Ht. Lou,,". . :':.' a. m. Laths. AGENT. 102 BEACH ST., DAYTONA. I
.. Shingles Flooring Ceiling Brick Lime
: At lra.ouablr l'rl,. : I For lf plna our rvrvntU and ruil- . and Cement in Stock I
till-: IIIItI Yii.iK ,.. .
road iulilrr> '1..1/1: \to\ It t. .I t ( t.t. \x. e
Florida Ia.". Agt Jarksouvftfe. Fla. : R. J. MALBY, Manager. : i i i0.
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." YY'I ttri r--- ; : f FUNERAL EFFIGIES.A N.....................NNN..................N. ,
HOTEL DESPLANDDaytona i ; In 1

Queer Custom That Was Followed HOTEL

Florida : -I At the funerals of great parsonages -. .-- -
; the old chronicles tell us. "his lively :,'.. SEABREEZE : :

P NOW OPEN \II effigy," dressed to imitate life was :. ;- .! FLORIDA J '

carried In a chariot before the corpseto .

1. H. S. Houston of 1J0yokeJass.., the grave then there set up undera : .. 40. Absolutely
L. 'M. WAITE ' :
Owner !I
and Manager. was a welcome arrival at The Benn"t "hearse or a temporary monumentIn

.I Tuesday joining his tam y, Mr and the churih. Such effigies i were often : fireproof :

I Greatly Enlarged. Cnisine and Service Excellent Broad Piazzas on all :I Jlrs.: Robert A. Houston, who are enjoying left in a glass case standing over .

Sides. Rooms Ensnitc Steam Heat. Every Modern : their third season at the Bennett the vault where the Interment had i Now l
I' : taken place. Some statues were of Open :
'. Convenience Send for Booklet. : Mr. Houston will remain with wood. with heads of plaster but the '
the family until ,
April 10.
more modern ones were of wax. :
: Offices
CONCERTS DAILY. Booking : : :'
J-'. )Ir. !I In the olden! days laudatory poem Seabreeze Florida E. L. POTTER, President .
Bummer Address: ATLANTIO HOUSE, Narragansat Pit-r. Rhode Island. : and Mrs. Charles Rauch of or epitaphs were affixed with pins or : Hotel Bla c k stn n e. Chicago i W S. KENNEY Manager t
'I)' Cleveland! Ohio gues's of the to these 1180 New York 1
R'dge- wax "hear?es" and Broadway :
...te.. .................................................: wood hotel, departed on''' thrown Into the coffins were even In ./l..t Mr. Foster t
I : their return Thursday I similar graves on a .....................................................
north. Mr. Rauch is a manner to our modern custom 1i
I ....... ............ ................ member of the Rauch & Lang Co., i i of flowers nt a buriaL ..O. ...0000000000000.OOi000001M1tN00 00.0000000.0. i

V : T. manufacturers of electric cars, and I When VIII.,Skelton."took poet laureate at Westminster to Henry .- I Located in the Most Beautiful
[ RIDGEWOOD. has many friends: in Daytona. sanctuary Saratot\a Inn
--- -- l ; to escape the displeasures of the I Spot on the Halifax River... ...
i l then all powerful Cardinal Wolsey It i
Recent arrivals at the Df&p'and include McGUIRE Proprietor.
E. D. LANGWORTHY Is said that he subsisted on what be
Proprietor. tJ Oliver H Perkins, Des Moines: |i earned by writing epitaphs for use at TITE INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with Bath No better in

la, G F Bell and wife Clean: N Y, |\ funerals in the abbey. i Florida. Table of the best ol everything in season. Terms as reasonable as iLl

J NOW OPEN. i Mrs Wursher, J 0 Luse and wife, Ben Jonson's well known epitaph to the sern'ce will permit. gives OB application. Dec. 1st to May 1st Phone No, 112

Chicago, Mrs S RichardIUwaukee, the Countess of Pembroke ...........e.........................0000.000.000.0

All departments will be managed by white Northern help, Mr and MrsVilliato Duncan, Ch ca- Underneath this sable hearse - -- E I
: go. Lies the subject of all \'erse.Sidney's 0N0.N0.i.............................e.N0.0.N00N I
,: selected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white sister etc.- I
was evidently thus attached to her : :: THE BENNETTDA"TONA. :
tit help used throughout the house; The table will be supplied : Late arrivals at Schmidt's hotel hearse."Westminster Gazette.
include J B Gage and wife, New I I S : FI.OKIUA. :
with all the delicacies of the cooked and : I I''. Now for th. third '..8on under the lila-nil .
season, served by the York City, Capt G M Mullen Baltimore open iminagi nu nt of \ H aid K.: .
She Didn't Want Tickets. I. I..\N'h,. proprietor", of Ko'ton Th. lit MIX.tt i.'" flrt-4'las* In \.r lalrtteutar. Till .
finest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable, t Md, D B Thornton, Eugene 0- There was a number of ticket buyers .. f" a urar".-huperlor tuM whlt" ..- < inplox. n modern hou-. u t' nial honn.!lkntino <. .
I 'ph.| 'r and a location 111I}houh'\'lIrd.IUdg\\"III\"IIII"', Iwot.n- .
berdorfer Atlanta M J Xeedham, G 1 In the theater lobby. Following the III- courts gHragp lloti! will! \* o|>- Ii'i utir tnontli of April. !
Snmmer address: Proprietor.Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. i C Zaring, C A Clark E S Bond Dl I unwritten law. they had formed In ,: Summer Resort-The Oceanside and Cottages Marblehead. Massachusetts 5

". .N.NN0.N0.N0.NNO. .. L Shimmin, Jackson.UeIrs: M'' line and were being; waited qpon according j...5.0.....O N..NN NN NN.....N.....N N NN N 5..
.,', Wur.ter.lr6: A Richard, Chicago / to precedence Suddenly an
M Kleiner, New York C:ty. | overdressed woman. Ilnorinthe/ line :.0.0.NO.O...N..ONOON.O.QOOOWOO00N00.OM.0.OOON

................................................ I rushed up to the window and tried to 4 I i i

U Among the receM arrivals at the engage the attention of the box office : THE PROSPECT i

THE PRINCE GEORGE R'dgevvood! are T II Walker, Jacksonville man. I I
Mr and The box office man shook his head :I 109 South Rid ewood Ave.
: : liam T Schne.derV: Haylor. Brook- at her "Madam." he said with some I 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-officc. :
S' Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors : emphasis, "you must take your placeat Steam Heat.
lyn Mrs A J !
Douglas Winnipeg, Man,
the foot of the line." I k 4 r ..fi.s : Mr. Foster p. j. DOYLE, Proprietor. j jt I
WILL REMAIN E II Ingalli Staten Island N Y. J of the line?" she
: OPEN UNTIL MAY 1st. ei Fred Eberle. Jr. Philadelphia! C repeated j' :...._.........................oo............S.oe ...
Et "Noncentel" I _---- _ ..
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Conceded to be the best situated Hotel in this section. UO Lipe. Syracuse, X Y. Mr and Mrs "rcu \\ 'i r vt pet -..:. tickets" deI I ;....................... ............................. ,
Two hundred foot frontage on Halifax River. : \Wihenmajer.. K H W ihenmaver.Hagers ,'Itrl'l the m-,. "until all these people :. .

Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor. : :own, lfd!, L. J Ccrbitt.d In tilt' Hue have been served." HOTEL SENECA JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. f
J t OKNKK I't'N".M, ANDllt'I> =A N. HTS. J I,
: i
White Help in Dinind Room. wife, C' _r:" o. Tickets! replied the woman. 1I I :Pt .

'e r -. I don't want any tickets. All I want is ENTIRELY NEW .
The PrlnceGcorge Pier Is the only landing In Daytona for M. Arpiutlnand Recent arrivals at The Bennett are: change for a dime. Two nickels will :. .
'S Albert Bennett, Proprietor C R. Bennett !Manager
: hIm Beach boats. Particulars with pleasure. : L W Gunby Miss Ruth L Gunby and do. Thanks." : .

M Louise C Gunby, Salet>bury, Md: Mass And she hastily rustled out-Cleveland :: A :Mo Plan for :Su'.' !','opl -. Huniiinj.V, 'tit,'r. !h6 am ". nt aid I'liotu. tn h:M.rJ i iltoox

: Same Management as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N. J. : C A Zerker, Miss J G Kubele, Xew Plain Dealer. : ,. Whit. N..r\i.. TbroULhout .Sf-1%. Mr. Foster :

I Rig Mr. Foster S York; Mr and Mrs G II Huber, New" .....................................................
.......................tla.....................I.. York; W P Harvey and wife .Co'um-: I Conscience. -- ---
I It vas De Quincey who likened conscience ...............................+...................1.
bus N J, Mr and Mrs Bal on. Davenport : to the whislll'rln gallery in .

: ltlB.l.l.B.l.l.ltl.l.l.....B.l.B............... la; Mr and Mrs J B Chapman I I St. Pauls London A word spoken t NEW SEASIDE INN H DAYTONA H. MANWILLER.BEACH Proprietor FLORIDA :
If. Isio Cleveland 1, 0; J A Campbell! and vvifef ever so softly! 0:1 one side of the vast
I'ovvluu: Greeji. Kj: ; Henry S Ilou i dome is loudly! rt*-cr""'
1 THE NEW GABLES 1J. ton, I Ilnlyoke1lass. In youth CNI'ncl' th:'1 him! In sullen for the season 1910,11 *o meet thc rcquirinitnts of its j grownig: patronage *

whimpers, in old .!.;". at the other cud : Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths Electric and Gas Lights Call Hells :

S Daytona Fla. S Hr.1.. (J. \\jhe and wife of Pav- I of hU life a IIC'Qthe same count ieme : Rates $2.50 per Day and Upward: Weekly Rates on Application: : '
ton. 111, persona! fri lids of Hev. and spoke to him In (penis: of thunder The > 111'i.'I i i \T.'.!!. .. |11"l I h I I i > III-V\ \1.f I H I:" < ", :'ii t.,. i. N. I I. .

1 r-!,0 NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY :Mi.,. Dana Sherrill and :Mr. a.nd1 r". still small voice which the boy would :...................................................... 1t
-.I LOCATED. EVERY MOD. : not heir returned to the old man like
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D. \A\ Knu\, are guests at the Morgan -- -- --- ---- --- -- -
! ERN CONVENIENCE AND hotel, hUe the doctor who is the crack of doom in terrible self rtproachl' > ...........................CO..O.O.... I
COMFORT. .. .. ..' an tin *. Even Nero the monster

nit at aiii-it-ou i is enjoying a brief rt.s'J! had to tly from the sp<.'t where he had i i
: r Steam Heat Throughout : pne. from the demands of his large I]i caused hN mother to bo murdered. He "The Ivy Lane Inn"A
:1W pral'l lt'. Dr. and Mrs. Wjlie
are fancied he was haunted by her angry
S. H. MOSELEY : 'I Grade House to the Central location
1 t' High catering most particular people :
not voting Daytona for the fu" ghost; tint he heard the blowing; of a
Proprietor. : > S3.00 acd 54.CO 517 EO and week. .
illlt' '1 mid her per day- higher per
however, as they were m the ghostly! trumpet waitings over
t :. 1 Pirk\rllni.Utii.Thousand, X. "i.. during MIIIHII Mniht< vfIt'll .. dt.r fur a short time some n:ne orI)i tomb. What a terrible discover of : Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor :
sin conscience is! Christian Herald
U -
ten i
jean ago. P /1.61 Mr. Foster
: ...fi.s Mr. Foster : I
', 1 ........NN........5 5.5...5...5...5.e 5...5.......
5 Mr. and Mrs. James S. Parker, of i
.......I.. ...................................... | Humility is a virtue all preach nonepractice =- -- ------ - - --- ---- --------- -- ---
Salem, X. 1'vtIo are staying at and yet everybody Is content .,................................0..................e

t,_ -- the Kulgewood, with their friend*: I I11r to hear.Seldea.March I
S I..u................Si......'...............:S and Mr>. Marcus II. Rogers, hada i THE SEVILLE Daytona E. H PURDY, -- ,Florida Prop. I !

a \ > e.i.o\.l.e trip to DeLeon 24 In American History. t

5 THE HAMILTON : Springs( Thurt-daj. Mr. Parker. 101-1-Tut; commonwealth of Rhode Is GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON

1 e whose parrots; are sending the winter laud founded Surrounded by Spacious Grounds. in the most delightful fart of the City I P !-

: New and Firs Class : in a cottage on Volusia a\enue, >i s1 I 1SS2 HenryVackvortn Longfellow I The guests receive the best the markets afford m the dining room and every
comfort and that well regulated hotel can offer to the public
state senator of New York and i is poet died! : born 1V)7.) I convenience a
.. -. .. "pairwl" for this short visit: to Daytona I 1SS5-J.K hoinpson a cabinet offi .. @ .............................000........0.00000.I.I.I.I.I.I.Ie..I.IaI.I.r.t.I.ISISISISII1.I.IOISI1o..

in the strife for I'mtuI States Ct'r under I'rv-Iduit Buchanan and -

NS Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric Bells : *I'nator in that state afterward! ii' ttil Confederate, died; -I. .

-.- torn 1M< DAY1ONA. FLA. Coder new manage-
: Elegant Rooms, with or without Baths : I t'. rf. <"olu.! wile and daughter elf lStIC- rxtr.idition treaty between .: The Cleveland 1 t'tent. Ctiitnlly 1".lnJ st od table : 1
' II G'mti:! i1! (", N. Y., and \V K, Ke:. the United States and Great Hnt I andbtstot ,s.rvK. xMtani heat '
SU .. It>r.if... and daughter: of Corydo'.I' ain otlu'tally proclaimed\: General :: electric sight,. K<:as<,nabK rates at"V.. J. SIMPSON, Prop. : I

Iiul. who have bern Ut.ts at tlu flight of fugitives In "Canadian: coioiiy. I.rSISi5I.I.I5ESISI.ISI.ISI.IOISI5I.I.BUIOI.ISI.... t

':' MRS. I. M. MABBETT&, Proprietor : (J I'tJtt.! ] hotel for xo-t:e tI1.: ., dep.;rf.'d : ."
1005; '-Venezuela rt'ru"l'tbitrati : to --
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a s l.iii.-J.iv for St. \u.g intt on liter

, : Palmetto Avenue ./** Mr. Foster DAYTONA. FLORIDA : \, a\. homeward Mtssst t'u'lmawl: pute.settle the United States claims dis reHTHEST "I 0Y rt
I K. lit'i' drove thteir ou'obi'tss! toSt..1ugdtne
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bong ju ompanitx( llY ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. ,
t.I. ,,1.1'; daughter, the :'oILss's Ilozei OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DAYTONA. FLORIDAG ;;
(From HOOD today t" noon tonorrow I 0'
.a.................a......II.I.I.r............. I Ito t'o'xins!: and Ruth J\.Her, while Airs Sun sets fi.1'2. rises f:51; mum rise-* : \\". S\VAN Proprietor
('oil! t.s and! Mis I Ktller m.ld.. tin 3:40 11:40 I
a m.; p. ilL. mo** in conJunction : Hot lad Ccld Water.
I Ekrtit Lights and Call Bells Steam Heal
SCHMIDTS HOTEL : trill alit trd the -.teimtr: Ht'lHlb'/' with Ureaas.
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Henry Schmidt, Proprietor, Daytona Florida : HARPOONED PORPOISEIN I ==---- -- --- ------- - - - .

Situated the baaJr. x>l the Halifax River one mile from Atlantic : MOSUITO INLET. ,... ... .. .... i a.
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'. Ocean. 11 tat rooons, single en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms U K Blodsett ntertaintd n t: as; Fifty Years Ago Today. i
,it ace large, airy, and neatly all have saurny.exposure. The cuisine and service : pajtaboard his loat S-a.ika. : MRS D. J. UltMlNGS.I:
:.: is admvrable.;: Rates, :53>00 per day.and up. Special rates for families March 24. I THE PINES I -
\\'to.c.lll.l'sdaL with a trip to the inlet : Proprietress.Aaattractive i
'\: : on application. : Arrest In Paris t if Semi ,\u-
nil! an t.\unon: ( .f.raJ iiu e out
> Modern Hotel.
: 5IOi5lla5llLI5i5MLty ........$.........USSIUISiSti gusto Il:uii\il. fatu.'uc ron-at.(1 I: Table and service under dire! *" ;
,, to sea. Socialist charged with eoupir! : supervision of the proprietress. X e
TIlt'I Swast.ka; (** 4) the bar aid:
tr > -
ing to asvnsvmrtf Nipole III. : 338 South Ridgewood Avenue, DAYTONA, FLORIDA. .
v\.i> nit several nn'es! at t'tea in tilt ,, I ,
:ISI.USISI5.OIOISI.ISSUaSISlI.5NI5Ie..a.:1 i IOJ"t'lI\tOIl. but turned to Ponte Park (BlallClul,3 four o.lVt jenrs.ic'tivl lie and hadl.rt'"luusly 1mpmonod I: Same mauaenleit as the New .Magnolia; Anbury Park. N J I t I "

*8 113 SonthlRidgewood: Avenue. (.1.i dliier 1: piittii: : out to st-a d i
THE MAGNOLIA fir a ditarce of four or five milt prison for his; artivfty la the ---- I
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; I in the ah '1l1oon.. revolution of IMs.I' I a
_! 5 Fre Ii nEfc. we'd.bios and nit The
t: day aDd "P.3S12.00: per week and up. : pt.f.ut l d ami laiuh.d a U1ois"c ..*.it>n Twenty-five Years Ago Today. Willmer The OSBORNE
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:' JI.s1( Mr. Foster MRS. CELESTE HINKS. Proprietress. : 'lOr! iiioif ieet in It'Birth and vetghag! : Attempts tll rm t'" Missouri i P-i- A. OSBOKNt, Prop 11
;:il cut .:IMI I llund It was brought tij Cite trains at fit l*>'il ls resultedin vom'ortaMe !<"l'nhE1.dhut Roons Only Modern Couveuicu50c 'cs s
:.. ...............I..............".....Iel.11.....: ;t/[ > 'nlln'! Park and phi:'os.raph, d .:n I riotous a t". Table ( .. 75c. and SI.00 per day r
I Rates Moderate $2.50 to $6.00 : week
: I ][::1,1'i tinned *i ---- 312 So Palmetto: Ave Daytona Fla, Steam Heated: Rooms 11 Orange Ave

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DAYTONA FLORIDA. J, Thirty Miles Sooth of Jacksonville The Oldest Watering Place in Florida: 'l I- :.n"Ii"r.i . [ rt.ilnrrd.il'iG'l 'h !lul- I -
:Aaericaa Plan Always open New Ownership and Management : I l \;n '| '.l h ," i'"..i |" i '. . '. d I '" I ..V .1 ,, .s v I \ 1 t, la.il I 1h. I, 1 'vi,I n- t
:, Good Service HOTEL ,\'ii.;, ,,:. f. v ,nn.l, i rI:, ..I.I'I.'r: ::i:: : t I* I I' r' : \ ''N' .H'| '10',if I t.ut.I I i. th N ': ttH.' -. T. rac
Renovaiea aid Enlarged 1
J I Jt' limn ' aa rn.i'rin.i.': .i' ." .. ,1111.' .1 t II i!; : :- !.H." . ".:, ; ' ::." ';'v/' \
BATHS ; ? ,:,.
/ : : *
H. C. F. DOHM. ,,n ?,.; lf.j''t.,: : ; ,;: : nn.i. r : I '..,, '., , M : ,
Management .. ,. ,. I
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SAMUEL H. GROSER. Manager 111111111111............................111........... i
.flit Mr. FosterHOTEL jr"

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DAYTONA, FLORIDA. ROCKLEDGE. FLORIDA. Hotel 1 Indian River C... I'rep'r'] :
: Known and Popular. | .... . 1 U\ .V I: U.'I V. M Ml--. I', :
Vow t'I., n, with vi I' liisl'i I ill I'i ''t'i .10I'' '''! l' !1.11.I S t1: Rit'Irkb 1
theBeautiful Halifax River. e I Ia .. '1 1- : ,,', ,,,.ru' "\ !.. '
Overlooking I.> "' tho 11t'III' 1./11.I .hUI'o -t (a.u1.> tl
j ,,'lilT I : -.1:1\: H I: Foster J\: 11":: ..
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A Homelike and Comfortable House. First Class ia all Resrects. g i in.t I:,,! !ti. I', rhrt ;h lilt IY ,iuipi.it.t'u' . :!"Vim l ; ;; .'sm.xrTK t
I tor 1-nthim. purl('-'.. Ttnul..t.nttkogttn.It-1tt./ : ,, ,I H :Mm-:. !'oolo.t i"tr '- :|
..A"\ Mr. Foster CHAMBERLIN, Proprietor t \\.. ,. .... ". ;. ,u--t. -l : 1111: Tl L : I.sti'r. . 5rt
; C. O. ,'! Motor iii- ltilttt"D! !IllIt"UIt.tt : tuu. 1108\11I'1\'' '' i"' :' "Hr< i \1\1I.1l' 11111 I'OINr. :M( >KI :"! I. I. N Y.

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Fags Six I II I to resemLIV arms. By ffiese It lord 1UI0ND ON THE JI7
of the weed, a creature
to the
.i: : C 1' 1Vi f oa habits, highly carnlvo "
ORANGE I of solitary
I ff1 lri. I .,, :!:. .. I PORT Authors In the Good Old Days Threw for som MOND It 5 mile: -t
: ; waiting -
{ :; ( .;.}i.:.,, .J rous and always
WA" .:. .. \ Bouquets at Themselves. thof Dayton,
; ,
1 : : liSa" "'.-.... ;'?':-r'; '. Authors In -the good old days" wen prey to come within reach. It Is n *d on the wen'
Ji'- will
: PORT ORANGE, March 23.-Lo fish of very peculiar<< appearance .' \f the HalifaxThe
their own
"" Poi not purts-I I ever so many queer looking; appendages location \s4'
-? Cook, cf Ponce: Park, was n Charles Reade wrote a long and In color it imitates closely; .n permlti
day last week. Once Week. In which be<
Orange one himself for a tbe plant that affords it shelter, being Drainage
W. A. Bennett of Daytona, :s pan said .
r>iABREEZE and DAYTONA : green with white spots. : :t sanitation; ,
CHAS. F. BEACH, two enterprising and DAYTONA IRS his! cottage on Herbert avenue' It Is Impossible to speak too" highly of The flying fishes that inhabit: the elevation it sob "
Halifax the Literal The Cloister and the Hearth. It Is one< .. and Ideal faInter Ormond
** progressive towns on the Thursday afternoon meadow make bali-like nests;
BEACH scholarlike and learned ala; floating
of the most .
BURGMANTHE Peninsula are geographicallyone I society met in Ridgewood ha 1 and well as one of the most'artlstle and beautiful out of fronds of the weed as biff as : homes AIda

although incorporated as sepa- PHARMACYJames in the evening we had another o works of fiction In any language two fiats. Such balls are found floating bridge con- and trvafwdHovrr ", ...... .:.
The towns Sets Ormond wltltrinond that arkcourse. >,
rate municipalities. parallel Read Jlm.! Resign yourself to the magic knit together COU :!
the if
north and south those very pleasant parties at 1 The effect of "Fou nnd appear as Beach. Musieet'be .
the peninsula of his genius.
spell Club housr
filled I}
REAL for a distance of from three and one- F. Dobbin hall. I Play" Is perfectly m:1 n'plo's 11 leaves with elastic threads. They are Many fine homes I ant 1101ltoPP11I1 s.rg :i't

I ESTATE half to four niiles and extend east Proprietor1'AYTONA BEACH Saturday thEre was quite an eX-1 the stories of every other sensational novel II with eggs. Professor Louis :: ash ro maintained ocIthtr ut Just .?"ISil ;
and west from the surging seas of of played Let\\e.n'W. writer far behind. mistook them for nests of the mouse side of thtl < BKKTTON .
MAN the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Everything Usually ing game' quoits 1 Nor. was Balzac In France above I fish but Dr. Theodore Gill an eminent ver,most of them Cot BOOII, I '.
First W. E. Lyoi I
Carried a Dr. Lathrcp :
River, the beautiful tide water Class Drug Btor Brewer, praising his own works. "If you have I authority has proved this to have surrounded by subtropical {
FOR sets them apart from and W. W. Woodrow. Mr. Lycn wi s of these flora and
stream that Prescription not been born a story teller. he wrote been an error. Each one ..
Daytona with which they have close Department Is Com the victor I In a reIew.you will never obtain nests Is composed of a single frond _hrubbgrybesidetthrifty IOALLON l

SEABREEZEmJUKSQKU communion by means of three plete In everyRespect Mr. Scott ,who baa been III: fori the popularity of M. de Balzac. And which by commencing with the slenderest orange and OK WRITE TO
ferryservice. citrus frUit
half-hour other
BOUSE bridges., as well as a a long time died Saturday mcrnim. what a story tellerVbat! verve and outer branch lets and peeling :r,'fI9. MACON1HORNJO' :

Pl... 177 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach are I 'Phone 192 at his home on South Riverside.: The: wit! How the world Is dissected by them successively off can be spreadout Ormond has many

essentially summer and winter resorts funeral was held Sunday at one this man! What passion and coolness entire.-New York World. nttractlonsexcel-
and arc making hundreds of clock, the services being at. h o- rBut% : automoblllng, '' :

new friends every year among those BRANCHNICHOLSON followed by Interment In Pinewood the height of literary advertising In Needle Factories.In ;ood fishing, safe ,
SONNTAG home, Magnets
who desire to escape the discomforting &: I in the first half of the last cen where needles are made boating, and many ORMOND :
of heat and cold and cemetery.The factories pleasant drives.At .
extremes tury was reached *n the case of Eugene off IF IN ANY Wu
INVESTMENT their hotels and boarding housesare ladies of the Eastern Stir ga\e< Sue's famous novel "The Wandering the grindstones throw great quantities Ormond Beach INTKKE8TKD tIN
now receiving splendid patron- AND LIVERYSTABLE in RJxlgewood! hall I of minute steel particles although located the large
FEED a banquet Jew." Every little while the PROPERTY*
from the most discriminatingclass wedntS-1 the dust Is too fine to be perceptible lotet Ormond, and
age who are ; in ORMOND OR
COMPANYDesirable day to the dally installment In the newspaper the dust
of tourists. to the eye. Breathing ts lesser sister, the OKMONU
marvelous Orange. It was reported to a"E'ry:: which It was appearing would be missing BEACH
with its The
itself gradually Irftton Inn.
The ocean All Orders Glvrn shows no immediate effect but II* Will OU Your "
beach hard as macadam and Prompt AttentionCareful nice affair. and in Its place would be an announcement sets Irritation usually' ending "'>rmer occupies a Business Prompt
floor, is the greatest attraction entertaining that M. Sue was suffering up lO-tltloa overlook-
Locations in smooth as a DrivenFamlltarwtthRo Mr. and Mrs. RIefsnider are consumption and for AttenlloaJASr
part of although earth air and sky dsE.A.BRANCH an aunt, who is vis'ting: them from a slight indisposition and renders i, in pulmonary all the workmen died before n:; the Halifax,and
any seem to have entered into a combination would be obliged to wait forty merly almost :h<* latter has as its
SeabreezeOffices charm. I Monday the Good Times club. me the of forty. Ineffective attempts .
to enhance its every eight hours for new developments of I II age mt look the mngnlu.int
The beach is the famous automobile at the home of Mrs. D. E.Lyon. I tbe narrative. So well did these' methods I were made to screen the air by bench and the J CARNORMOND !

race course where every world's Real Estate Agent Tuesday Mrs. Lon entertained at< ,I. succeed, says :\1 r. Ta !';ln, that It gauze or linen guards for nose and :>road Atlantic.

Indiana: Evansvlllo, and straight-a way record has been made, Beach Cottages dinner D. W. Winn and Miss \\' lO impossible, to buy outright n copy I mouth. At length the use of the magnet Besldei the broad, PU,
ind all these records it continues to a HpcclaltySEtOEN'S I I was masks of imooth beach there Manufacturer
: and now
S'allr'ze Florida -. and Mr. and Mrs. Parkhuist, cf II in- of the Journal but instead copies were was suggested
hold without rivalr I Parkhcrst left f( 1 r hour I II magnetized steel wire are worn by ire many drfves for Pure Home-Made
The beach has a width of 300 to ois.Ir.. and Mrs. i rented out nt 10 sous for half an carriages and nnto-
>00 feet and era be used from two I their home that afternoon.Mrs. the time thought..necessary to read the : workmen and effectually remove tbe I mobiles around Or- GUAVA JEllIMARMALADES .
I. Z. BURDICK hours before 'I nil the while Sue metal dust before the air Is breathed.
hours after until two Stillman and her little so i ; In<;tallmt'nt.nd monddrtvestoandthrough AND
CONTRACTOR high tide, thus g.ling an average of DAYTONA BEACHry left Monday for their northern horn himself was industriously abetting the London Telegraph. groves of TROPICAL

and BUILDER seven; or eight hours for automobil- } Goods, Shoes, I :\lIs.IHburn was hostess of the i publishers by posing overdressed and golden oranges; PRESERVES
Cottages n SpecialtyEstimates ng some part of each day. Men's Correct with spurs to his boots nt the Cafe de Premature. I drives! through tropical Specie Attention tt
furnishedAll and DM tona Beach each cad pasty Tuesday e\enmg. I Family Orders
Work Guar- Seabreeze > WearAcross I rnris in an attitude of deepest abstraction The Fair Purchaser-Your eggs are I forests to Hpanl -
anteed.Seabreeie. have a permanent population of ordinances ap- from as it wondering what the all very small today Mr. Jones. :\lr.1 ->h ruins; drives tot Pun-Anvrlcsn,08&.7 T AW&aM ATt. .
roxirnael/ 1500. Sanitary The Seaside! Inn The Retort Courteous. I ** I ancient Cause-
Florida streetsnd next installment would be about. Jones-Yes'm. they are but I'm sureI I positionBufsoVet .
strictly I slaves'or India
arc This is the sort of conversation one vr iy built by Expusi.tlonCharleston
sidewalks arc well kept, and Bookman. don't know the reason The Fair planters of long
new streets art being opened as fasts overhears between newly I Purchaser f Ob. I expect: yon took no, and drives to EipoMtion.Ht.LomjORANGES Louisiana Purctu

V.C.GRANTPLUMBER : the incrcttsitg population de- A. ANDf VORD couples: NESTS OF SEAWEED. them out of the nests too soon.LonIon t-r.: plantations ofaospitaAle
; about
Illm-Oh. I'm tired of hearing
sett lei ,
lands. Besides hotels and boardinghouses Contractor forKASONWORK \ Sketch. s
I Bob! Shut about him!
brother up
your whcwe places are replete -
i Water Gab, steam Fitting and lodation there for is all ample winter cottage visitors acco-in of All Kinds One would think he had nil the manlyvirtues. Floating Homes For Flying Fish In the I' with the Inter. IOUNDGROYf

Sargasso Sea. ,
t of Southern
Phone 5-n oth towns. Concrete OurblngsBidewalLi.ttc.. such know good ........................ i fruits"* and flowtrs.Ouoof .
Her-Well, be may not an Science Is beginning to a :

DAYTONA FLORIDAIiiNEHURST BKAOH All the attractiveness of Seabreeze J,, iAYTONA BF.AOIlFITZGERALD angel as all that but be isn't such a deal more than It formerly did about I :: R. H. MCDONALD :1 the most In-
pplies to Daytona Beach the two "drowned meadow' lathe I ten-Htlng of these andGrapefrult
r fool as you are. that strange
towns tciug bo similarly: situated. I' Him-You bet he isn't lie's a. Atlantic ocean southwest of the :[ MEATS plantations Is at thehwdwnters -

The development of Daytona Beach bachelor!-Cleveland Plain Dealer. Azores which Is called the Sargassosea. : :1 of the
Peninsula. has been fully as phenominal as its I & I Florida and Western Halifax and known Best Grown
1)r.-eDaytona sister on tiic north, and each year well understood a vast is Moundgrove. It 3rove on Ht.Angus.
Beach GATES Very Special.A It is. as .1 I..1 one of the finest- tine Automobile
sere is a substantial: growth. Thereat of kind of seaweed The Choicest Steaks and .
I medical student was being accumulation a or'tncja groves on the Raid ID Miles
Mod crs. sand dunes have been leveled I LAWYERS young of his teachers. -In ivhlch upheld at the surface of tbe I : The Primwt Roasts : J-: nt t'osvst of Flori- North of .,
quizzed by one IIOTEIj ORMOSr
ud handsome homes have been I little
lUnsoaable. water by innumerable air vessels d'1 1 tend U amid very
? he was
what will specialize
Mrs. W. ". FreemanProprietor built for both winter and all.year. Daytona, Fla. you hat net as floats Is continually renewed : T..r..p-ltOn whit you. want and w<\ pretty surroundingsdoundgrove Reed, Knox anA
round I I II will endeavor tot. that get It. : \ is
occupancy. by tbe breaking up of its fronds you : on
i "Diseases of the nostril" replied the l'hft': Beed Com par.;*!
, - and the growth of the broken parts. : : IS1! Daytona-Maint
I student : road nrLOW Po toClc J
establUhod their
# Many fishes have .
*************************************** *##aiti,AAAAAAAf. I "Good said tbe professor enthnslastlcally. I
homes in it as well as numerous swim- : POULTRY
: "Which nostril? Success
executed at ling crabs, small cuttlefish and quite : -----

I Fine Job b Hand i I a t variety of other creatures : -eirti.Tyoul.-nvp ourorder the I
Salutes. Finely executed
P PrintifigGazette g News Office. I I Most remarkable of all its Inhabit .'tt..r ohinom hiof ...tllll ; J
; To salute with the left hand is a ,1 Job at
: : deadly insult to Mohammedans in thelast ants is the mou e fish, which has pecoral ..' tlH chOIt. +. Printing I

I fins developed 1Il. sm-b a way: as .... ...A.* .....N...... this office.
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_ J Choice PortFronting Orange River front Property

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

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

Improvements being made on all sides of property.


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Attractive terms will be made o f I PRICES:

'I I I Lot J 200x346 $1,100.
to anyone buying to build on Z ,

any of thee lots. !! Lots 3 and 4, 79x346'each. ,

I i $750 for both each.
3 or $400
These prices will be maintained -

I I I I Lots 7 8 9 JO 11 each

for thirty days, but we a Z I I ,

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

S : Lot n 100x346 $350.

after that time. a ,

j 1 2 1( 4 I 5 5 Lot 13, 100x346 $400.I .



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ICELAND IN SUMMER. SOOTHED THE SPIRITS. Ryan the corner cop gave us the, "Lincoln. himself a superb writer. NM.N.MNMNNNHN.W.HNN0INNNH'NOMHCOTTAGE :

..f best definition of strategy we hare paid a college professor, "could not .
: A Preliminary to House Building In ever heard. "Sthrategy." says Ryan stand tedious writing in others He .! FOR SALE | -
:1Nt1en the Sheen of Sunset Greets th"
... Golden Glow of Sunrise. the Shan States. i "Is whin ye keep right,: on shootln so once condemned for Its tediousness a 4 r ON EASY TERMS i '
House building In the Shan States Is the inimy won't know ye're all out av Greek history whereupon a diplomat :
? .Iceland! The name Itself Is a barrierto took him
ammunitionCleveland Plain Dealer to task.!
not such an matter as It looks. .
easy : .
: tourist travel But let the tourist Mrs. Leslie Milne, author of "Shans.at "The author of that history! Mr i ir
and :
prejudice embark at Copentftjen '
Ignore Home" tells how she arranged for the Misunderstood.Miss President: said the diplomat "is one .
or Leith and be will find a de- building of a bamboo house at Nam- Bute-Dow dared you kiss! me? of the profoundest scholars! of the age i
"Bghtful voyage over a smiling summer Didn't Indeed It be doubted whether r Corner Belleview and
kham. and. though the materials arrived you hear me say "Sir! when may any .
i,sea If be should go during June. July no progress seemed to be made you asked me If you might? Jack man of our generation has plungedmore
t. GT August lie will be hardly more with the actual construction: Slanger thought you said "Cert.- deeply In the sacred fount oflearning.
two days,out of sight of land- ." Palmetto Ave
t*" than "When 1 first spoke of house building Boston Transcript.Back i
the farreachlng rockbound coast of I had been asked what to meeeeined "Yes. or come up drier." said Lincoln.
Scotland or the snow crowned peaks of I ss
I'I an irrelevant question-namely, to the Soil."Don't .
emnd-but the Journey across will the day of the week on which I was you like to get close to nature
about four days. For his
: occupy born. When I answered that It was sometimes?" We cannot control the evil tongues
l amusement the dolphins wUl tumble. late jon Saturday night or early on "Sure. I'm very fond of these palm of others but a good life enables us to I EDMONDSON & DONNELLY.NO.N..M..N.N..NONN..NMN.NNHNN.I
{. the whales will spout the seal will Sunday morning I did not know that rooms."-PUtsburg Post. despise them.-Cato.IF t
swim and the sea birds will fly andy
my reply was .Importance As time i
will be glorious sunrises and sun- I.. .
there went on and the bamboos lay untouched ---- I Iw
:: sets, with hardly more than two hours looking like long green snakes ,
'toof night Intervening. When he finally In the grass I complained of the delay taiioli si.......isi.SBieisia ,;;IJ.I..O..I.I 1.l.i.

caches Iceland he will see the sun set only to be told that until I could toil) II'The I

.'' about 11:40 o'clock and rise againshortly them my birthday they were afraid to it's a New Book. i HANDPROPERTY : i For Sale
; after 12 o'clock, the golden begin work as the spirits would be
r.. glow of the sunset mingling*with the angry If the offerings for the proper it's a Souvenir Novelty i 1 : :

!, golden glow of the sunrise. day were not made it's something in Stationery and Engraving: -S ----- -
All these delights cannot be assured "I suggested that the building should I . .

to the winter traveler to Iceland. In begin. I braving the anger of the splr- I I SILVER BEACH :1 a The best modern Hotel in -_
be will be obliged to keep his! the work :
& fact IJs, but they thought too CALL ON OR WRITE i
(t lamp burning until 10:30 In the mornIng dangerous as the risk was not only I : DaytonaJo; rooms completely

ff and then light It again at 2 o'clock for me. but for the workmen as well. from S furnished. Will sell at a bargain :
*T la the afternoon.-Mrs. W. 1-'. Crafts in On consulting a wise man a way was : or will lease for five :
=*. Christian Herald. found out of the difficulty. lie de- River to Ocean : i
The H. & W. B. DREW CO. .
creed that an extra large offering to I I : years. : i
J.J.r content the spirits of both Saturday ----- -- .
and Sunday should be made. This!
was done, and the building commenced 45-49 W. Bay St. JacksonvilleAND : M. L. Waggoner: '
Wonderful Old Balancing Rock Near i t tr.

p: Portland, Ore. next day. I !!! 1 I S Office People's Stale Bank. j I I I
remarkable rocks In
One of the
that known the "bal- SINGING SANDS. .. tataetalt t.t.i .1.t...Qt..a.tlllt/Ba tiD.U.E..
world Is as -- ------- _
lacing rock," which stands on the .
Peculiar Properties of These Curious I _
bank of the Willamette river a short SATISFACTORILY.We Ii
Freaks of Nature. + ry i
'. distance above the city of Portland.
of those curious I
The most
Ore. Rising from a broad base Is a \
freaks of nature "singing sands are
r email column roughly round In shape.
-. Just above this Is a huge mass of rock those of the Hawaiian island of Kauai are Headquarters (for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin
When small quantity of this sand Is
i bearing a tree on the summit the total a andBonds
, height of rock and column being about clapped between the bands It Is said to China and Orangewood. New and Stocks
&hundred feet give forth a sound so shrill as actuallyto L
Although a great deal larger and resemble a boot. Put Into a bag and Exclusive Novelties. :

heavier than the pillar on which It I violently shaken the sand emits a -
:::;;:;IIIC: 7rt1
stands the big rock Is very accurately noise strangely like the bark of a dog

balanced. For bow many centuries Similar sands also occur in the Colo
odd freak has stood not even the rado desert where also are to be found ary
K t tersest scientists are able to determine those curious nonsedentary sands that ....................+S9.............................: .. _

: but It has evidently been there for a continually travel: hither and thither Excursion Steamer :
The |
rery long period. over the vast plain of clay. Their y7r sale and
SOUTHLAND We offer subject to prior
y" The entire rock Is of a volcanic nature movements are Induced by the winds. I :[ To the Picturesque Tomoka Cabin t :2 {
t L; and the most singular thing and when a strong breeze Is I:" blowing; . Stocks
F about it is the fact that the knob and the particles of which they are composed .. '| advance the following

f f.'. pillar are entirely disjointed from one give out an audible humming or i DAILY EXCURSIONS. ftKS.SS! f '
doubt and Bonds complete description _
\; another. Wind and weather no singing. : pie. HufTet Service :\ ,
are slowly wearing the "balancing the these sands Con4
Under microscope i Toilets for I.adic and Oentlumnitli all Modern '
:.. rock" away but the process Is so Imperceptible show an almost perfectly spherical : on venitnces Board!' tfepaiate At the Popular Prirc of ONE DOLLAR FOR THE ROUND TRIP. : 5 of which will be furnished on ap-
y that failing some unforeseen form, so that they roll upon each other
V catastrophe:; the monument will at the slightest Impulse, a circumstance :i DAILY TIME SCHEDULE. I ; 5
probably endure for many centuries.- for the rapidIty v ;))0:1. I I : Pica ion.
I that also' accounts :j I.p"t. ': Prince George; ,::: Duck Daytonll, : in + I.
I Wide World Magazine." with which the sands travel over > Leaves Central Bridge Davtona s V> a I\: j jLeaves a.ts
( Peninsula I>ridge, Seal>-/o.MH) a ni J1! .
advnnc-ed with
f Mie desert. One theory :
Leaves Orinond lridgp.? < irinotid 0 -t:1.. m. :
; Making Up an Actor. .aspect to the "sln lI1g" of these sands re
\ In making up an amateur actor exceedingly I thin Return: to Prince Gforge; Dock. IJe .tclnl" 3:30: f' m :, >
Is that It is due to an Aa
r.: should remember that as little paint as film of that coverthe frraln clnk. l'l.o'lii' I:." Fla. I
gas t Chas. F. Bur Owner ,.. _, ,. Seabreeze, '
: possible should be used. for. while It Is Gathered and removed from the desert, man, I. I Bt'k arr ib

easy to disguise by a thick mask of the sands lose their vocal properties .............................................. .. \
pigment the heavier the makeup: the

more difficult It Is to convey sensitive\ : :a-
emotional variations by the changing;
expression of the face. If It Is possible $27,000
to arrange one's own hair In a way r
suitable to the character so much the Aeroplane vs. AutomobileOn : .' Daytona, Florida, High School

better, for, though It may In no way y 5s, dated April 1, 1909, due
more real than a wig It willprove
E Infinitely more comfortable. : April 1, 1929. Price $103.05and

When the actor looks as much like the Famous Daytona Beach interest yielding 4 3-4 per

part as be possibly can without the aid cent. Interest April 1. _
; of artificial disguise he begins to apply _

nose paste, paint and powder obliter- II
zsting,k one characteristic and accentuate -c $900

lug another, painting the eyebrows out Automobile s
Florida East Coast
and redrawing them changing the color '
of the skin putting shadows around .! ; Association, first mortgage l

the eyes and sinister lines running bonds, 6s. Price $100 and
from the nostrils. He adds a roughly I
shaped beard or mustache of crape 1i.r : interest, yielding 6 per cent.

hair If the character demands It.HarX'r's .- .';-: l > Dated July 1, 1904, due on or M

Weekly. : before July 1, 1924. Interest

;; Wonderful Hats. I r r July 1. a k
:: On one occasion Lincoln was presented I 1- p J
with two One hats each by a 52,0 00 Ii'rya
different Itatmtker neither knowing I
that the other bad made such a con I 12: Florida Publishing Company,

tribution. In the course of events I ; n I 6s, dated January 2, 1893, due T:

they called upon the president, and It I ;U January, 1913. Price $100 I
happened that both called at the '
eo same time. When both found themselves I :;"' and interest yielding 6 per cent. ,

In the presence of the executive I Is Interest July 1 and January 1. apif"a

they asked how he bad liked the hatsthey
and taking advantage .' -
had sent him,
of securing a ../ .: .:. : hI $240
of the opportunity ii! :2. ::: :::
statement of superiority of one or the I sr
Stock of East Florida Telephone : <.a
''; other make the president was asked I ;
to state -preference. To many men I I Company at par e
such a question would be very embarrassing ; I '
hut to Lincoln not a< alL He $500 ;;:
took the hat one In earn :
misschretous Peninsula Bridge Stock at 75. ,
twinkle In his keen eyes: !
"Gentlemen, your hats do mutually
surpass each other!" : $2,500 fa
I tltt? '
Honored Pig. ? Port Tampa 5 per cent. semi-annual
A four footed discoverer Is honored AVIATOR Water Works bonds 30 years. Par.
TrusBla. 1 I i
In the town hall of Luneburg
j It Is a memorial to a pig that I ; $25,000'
breathed Its last 300 years ago. This I Exhibitions in the Air rr

consists of a handsome glass case Inclosing 1 Daring Pensacola Improvement bonds, 30

a ham in excellent preservation rears 41.2 per cent. Par. ::
and underneath a black I

.. tablet with the following Inscription I $50,000(
: In gold letters: "Passersby, here youbehold
the State of
;;: the mortal remains of the pig The Biggest Aeroplane) Kveiit Ever Held in Ucita Investment Co, 6 per cent.

i Which acquired for Itself Imperishable salt vill be the Exhibitions jit bonds, 12 years to run. 596. Ii ';
glory by the discovery of the
springs of Luneburg." I I [

\ Harvest Time. MARCH 28,29,30A I V.1y
Teacher Now, Earlle. tell us when
: Ja tho harvest season? Earlle-From ,

r November to March. Teu"bery, I ICONRAD.OATES i

Earlle, I am surprised that you should

name such barren months. Who told I total of five flights will be made ;in th.ee days, the flights to include a rare on fluhi>achwith __________

you they were the harvest season? be secured and a flight at high altitude over the Halifax
automobile that can ::
Earlle-Pa. lie's a plumber.Miltvaukee the fastest' i

News. I river and the city of Daytona, and Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. r REALTY TITLE -

I under the auspices of the Hotel Men's Association and the Day- cy ,, 't .2, ?
to be given
Both Recovering. These flights are %
Friend-Ah.) doctor how did you tona Board of Trade and special arrangements have been made to accommodate the crowds. rr p

make out with that cranky patient of ; AND INSURANCE CO. IK r

yours? Doctor-Oh, we're both on the sS t
road to recovery: lie's able to be CHARGE TO SEE THE EVENTSA y \
NO r 11-
about suing for my bill .
.; Exchange. in the World
: The Prettiest Winter Resort
' \ Splendid Chance to See Daytona J'II.IIIII..II.IJ.IJIIIII.I.I.IJJIIII.I.JIIJII\ '

w' Nature fits all her children with I I rUYUYYYYY\ II YYYY \I " . II I II \ / / / '" ; I ta

something to do.-LowelL



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: : GIVEN AWAY a : BARNES 1.- '. 1k
Don't =

get wetand i BICYCLE FREE! :. : THE NOVELTY MAN :. I. D. ay Saturday wDon't .

. Ht>lIs tationery and Hchool Supplies,
catch a bad cold just : : . Phonograph/; H.*wn>; :Machines, .. '
Tvpewriters: Crockery '
S have'nt .1 : See the handsome Dayton Bicycle : ('utl..r\,'. Fishing Tackle Toys and 0 Old'Stock
because It. Not
you, a : : Notions. e 11 Miss
: .1 i : in our window. are giving ; .

i this wheel away Absolutely Free. : BARNES but Bargains.
Rain Coat Cape Umbrella : ;
: RI : No lottery. InquireSWARD'S ji ; a will also frame your Picture, tt:: !
r . your Lumps and Umhrel las.sharpen I M14.e
a or Rubbers. : : '. your"Ha wsn nd other TooU:i nd repair .. I ; In addition to nt ove we have mndq a big reduction In our Wool Skirts,
of wlmok
's' almost anything th.,1 I-out "
'.1 [ GROCERY[ In fact, for ni>' w.:nt call on .. them.The. __..__ 1;
: when you can buy them of us at the lowest possible prices. I . .

:. They are cheaper than doctor'bills. :. ':, :. West End of Central Bridge .j : BARNESTHE :: I Chas. E. Gardiner Co. i

: .

: THE PECK-HENDRICKS COMPANY ; I. Fresh Ham Eggs and Bacon. : .. South Bench Street, Dajtona, Fla. .. .I..o. .
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Crystal Theatre : , -,'!. '
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': Headquarters for :

usementSNEW jj BicyckSIWith All Kinds of Fresh '; -t

11 \ I II j : etables and Fruit Veg- :. :j

: taulifiowery Cranberries -J
tttl e I ; :

l : a complete shop and competent J : Poultry and Eggs a : :l

help we can do the most J 0 '
) I i satisfactory work.GRAHAM . Specialty.Phone .-.
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Orders Promptly Filled. ... .
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Y I THOMPSON I J.W.Ball&Soid: '
1 I DAYTONA High-Class
i Opposite the Yacht Club I ::: No,237 North Beach St. 'Phone 55 c: i

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q-724 THEATRE Motion PicturesOpen GAYNOR IS IN COURT; W. M. SHAFFNERReal 1


II I, .\TI.XT.Iarch:: 24-John Gay- Estate and ,

nor appeared in Federal court this I i

MONDAY MARCH 27 I afternoon to take the pauper's oath. Fire Insurance

It 15 believed the fight on him by
122 South Beach Street
I the government will 'be brief and

taat he will be released.
Mario ArmelliniNOTED
Daily at 2:30 I MONDAY EVENING,

I Next Monday evening at the NewDajtona

theater there will be a concert

NEW Snow EVERY HOUR I by Miss Elizabeth Graham Bar-
and ViolinistASSISTED
Singer I II bour pianiste; Signor Mario Anne

line violinist and Madame Armel-

BYMiss Capt. Wm. McCoy's wife accom-I Fred Stones went down to T;tus-: line, accompanist. All are talented CHILDREN'S EYES
1 musicians and an evening of pleasing
panied him to Palm Beach on the. '.'ilie Friday afternoon to join h'st'fe Cannot be too carefully safeguarded.
I entertainment i is promised all who at-
Barbour Pianist. steamer U. S. A. last week returning 'I and little son and return with, for they have( but one pair to last

on the boat Thursday evening in them Sunday. I I! tend. a lifetime. If there are indication

company with a number of o'her pas -- 'PRISONER BURNS JAIL of anything wrong with your child'
i \V. G. Hobbs, \Vi I Kick and J. B. ;
sengers. eyes bring him or her and I win fit
S-veet: returned Thursday afternoon :I ESCAPES AT HASTINGS.
I them with Glasses to correct the
:Marcus: C. Fagg, state superintendent from Orlando where they had been
HASTINGS Fla., March 24-Today trouble. If medical treatment is nec-
of the Children's Home Societyof attending the Great Council of the
there remains nothing of the Haet-
essary I will tell you so.
,; =; i -ri: -- I Florida, will speak in the Congre-,i 1m}). Order of Red Ipn. i; ings jail but a heap of ashes, but a

,I gdtional church Sunday: March 26, negro prisoner, arrested by Deputy Dr. Neville H. Clark
flow 10uO:; until 11, His[ topic Ls :Miss Inez Conrad returned to Ie i Sheriff Greene on a charge of break-

OPEN TWO ACCOUNTS WITH US |, "America's New Justice for Chil-; :and Friday aftt'rnoonliss Con-!!; ins and entering, has escaped. It: Optometrist
:Idren.I All invited rid from the !
are came over county seat j evident
was the had entered
I prisoner
Leak EYE.
I i I 1 I for the Sign of the
it the seventh
I hurray, being an-i the jail with some matches secreted - --
Open on account for puling: your bills by check which safe and convenient Mrs. :'olarkntho:1)' and daughter.MLss I niveisary of the birth of her little I II about his person and had burned the .
Open the otherforplaciagyour: -.pare"money where will I- secure not ut the ; Josephine Anthony, who have su-ter. Hose MuIKey. ,
I jail to get out, making good his es
same time !*'drawing 4 per cent Interest. been for the past two months with
The active account will! !>howtheolum"-of l u->lnesou, do and hHp to establish I cape.
[ Mrs. Anthony's cousin, Mrs. T. Frtd I
>our credit. The suvln saccount will pro\e a sinking: :; fund<1 or re.,"r\'., for II I S. 11. .Moseley has purchased of GREEN GOODSWe
Drown, Beach
at Daytona departed
ready use In un> emerg.nc.v.PEOPLE'S Mr*>. M. J. Holmes the property now I A NO. 1 ON WAY HERE;
Thursday for Sew York enroute to.
occupied by her and used as the Wemen's NOW IN JACKSONVILLE.
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their home at Taunton, Mass. I =
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Exchange, the --- ---
STATE BANK adjoining
"A No. 1," juH a tramp hailing;
bles hotel on the east and has Ga.1 I
FOR S.\LE-Reo runabout, recent from nowhere in particular and
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. purchased 30 feet from the :M. everyplace are carrying a complete'line
model, fully equipped, wind shield, in general, is in Florida and
DeV'oy company and 30 feet from E. of Green Groceries including -
President.H. P. LKI\NI (J.'ihl"ro.1.:: Kl'\RT R
top, speedometer, two extra tires, in will probably soon blow into Daytona
View-Presidents,G, B. 812! .\MAX.M. I* \"AGUO IIt.! II. Shoemaker. lie will improve the
good condition; has extra folding as is his usual custom when he :
property sometime in the future-
seat. Bargain if taken at once. In- strikes this section of thee countrY. His

quire Ormond Garage. 13-41 eodS. now in Jacksonville and may remain Golden Wax Beans

7ft :Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kudolphi! I in the metropolis of the state

C. Farris a brother of J. P.I Montclair N. J., who are / 0(1 long enough to take in: the automobile Green Beans

Farris who has been visiting the their friends, Mr. and Mrs. George I. races. "A No. 1" claims to have

LOCALS PERSONALSJoe ter and his family at their home l-.lt-I Munroe in this city, entertained traveled over ;500,000; miles since 1883 CucumbersCauliflower

Kingston for the past week or party of friends, some 20 in number and that he has spent but $7.61 for

days, departed Friday on his return I with a trip up the beautiful To- transportation during that time. "
to his home in "'ort1ills, S. C. moka river Thursday, aboard the

_X A Farris came here from Plant CLt lr'l Rambler chartered for the purpose.An Spoiling the Tobacco.

where he had bl'en'isiUng a elegant dinner was: served on the WinchcoinLe St. Peter In Gloucester Tomatoes
Earman in the from
was city J. G Brown o" this city who has ter. boat table being arranged on the shire begun the cultivation of tobaccoIn

Jacksonville Thursday.T. large real estate Interests In Daytona I deck, and the excursion was a most England toward the cud of the six PeppersThey

Beach and Seabreeze, has recentlysold I Cecil Pettepher, who has been in enjoyable one in all respects.For teenth century and the Inhabitants
B. Walker Florida passenger thio lots in these towns andsa'oIf the city for a week or 'more with C.' are said to have derived considerable
agent of the L. & N. railway was in much !. profit from It until the trade was are Always Fresh.
Prpertis changing G. Van Steenburgh, manager of the: Sale or Rent.
the city from Jack3onvil! Wednesday hands the I placed under restrictions. An entry 1nPepy's
on peninsula.
Educational Exhibits of The handsome
company :; cottage and lot with:
and Thursday. Dinry on Sept. 19. 1CT.7. concerning --- --- --
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New York engaged in making mov- flowers fruit and shrubbery
coming of a cousin of his
FOR SALE CHEAP Old mobile: 'Choice, fancy oranges for sale ing picture films of points of spec- Peninsula Drive and Halifax avenue.I I to town proceeds: "She tells me how

touring car. Owner going no ih. Enquire by box, $2, at Big Tree grove. ial interest in this vicinity, departed Apply to Bingham & Thompson Day the life guard which wo thought a little DAYTONACOLD

29 South Palmetto. 9G-3t .3-rl4ttu-4t/ Thursday for New Smyrna and oth- tona. tue-fri-tf w-4t while since was sent down Into the

---- er places in company with Mr. Van country about some Insurrection was STORAGE CO.R. .

.Two tickets to the Crystal the- Dr. II. 11. Moore of Chautauqua, N. Steenburg. FLAG ON THE ARMORY sent to U"i.i hi-ombe to spoil the tobacco

ater for tomorrow night will be pI e- Y., will conduct the morning service, ONLY HALF WAY UP. there \\hkb. It seems, the peo- : D. JOHNSON Mgr,.
rented Miss Hazel Myers if she will 11 o'clock, at the Methodist! Ept: copal Word was received Wednesday by plo then do plant contrary to law and
call at the Daily News dike. church Daytona Beach, March Silas Mills of the death of his Queries have been pouring into the have always d"Ut.tllll Mill been under
Daily News office as to why the flagon force and danger of having It spoiled,
:*G. At 7:30: p. m.. C. L. Collin- nephew- Robert J. :\IiHpr. at Leth- as It bath been oftentimes and imayg'Springy
Mr. and MIS. G.1.. Locke of Henry bridge Not thwvst Car.id.i: Thursday the Armory w at half mast.Some I yet
dy, state agent of the Anti Saloon they will continue to plant It. The
111., relatives of Mrs. ,li. D. Si- Luijrue. will lecture on tempeiance.Win. of last week, his death being caused I have been so unkind as to ask if it. place: she says i U a miserable poor
monds areisiting Mrs. Sitnonds, by appendicitis. Mr. Miller and hs: was because of the deplorable eordi-l: ': place."-Iondon Globe.Difference I

her home on Orange avenue, having wife spent the winter in Daytona two lion of affairs on the East Co.ifct', Sale
Snyder of Ladoga, Ind., a
arrived Thursday night. years ago being at that time connected railway, others, of course, thought! In Ice.
great uncle of Mae J, M. Chaffer, is
; with the Mills; Transfer com some high official of the: railroad. ) Ice made at a zero temperature will
"Pot plants for sale; double while visiting Mrs. Chaffer and family at pany and while here erecttnl the residence state or nation might be dead. Neither j last longer than that made at 18 or 20
petunias, begonias, geraniums, etc.. their Kingston home in companywith degrees.
now occupied by H. 11. Mills! of the suggestions constitute the!i March 21
at :Mrs.: Goo. Dittman's, South Ridge- his daughter, Mrs. Josephine and family on Baker street. :'olrIi1- real rt-ason. The man who raised it1 I
Lowe, having arrived Friday from .
vood. 96-St 9999999999999999999999999
ler made many friends in this city failed to get it up to the top of the,
Candler where Mr. Snyder has a fir I ;
and vicinity, who will learn with re- pole-so Captain Cowan statts. To April
Mr. and :Mrs.: W. F. Colby were in orange grove and winter home. gret of his death. I Beautiful I

the city from Onnond Thursday, com- They will remain here until Sundayand WHEAT OPENS
ing down from that place in the :Mrs.\ Lowe will a few days later LOWERON Home Sites

launch, Buster Brown, in the forenoon return to Ladoga.Garden. The Little Gem of Daytona, 133 LOWER CABLES. Shoes.Furnishings.

before the change of weatherand So. Ridgewood Ave., will be sold at CIIIC.GOIarch 24-The wheat'I Including Venn reach,River I Clothing, ,
a sacrifice to the one that makes the and, Interior lots, for sale
wet norther set in. market opened easy on lower cables i I cheap, lint ml-Ix-Iow) Houth
best offer before April 1t1, It is in
1111! and heavy world shipments, from 3-I' bridge on the Peninsula Jlrh.
H. A. Wilder of the origi- complete order S rooms, butter's .
owner ; .
8 to 1:: lower. May was quota at : Address pO Box fix, or Mrs.
nal St. James hotel of Jacksonville pantry and bathroom; good cellar, S'J ;5-8. Provisions were easier and H.J.it i.M. Robbins, on thn preuiIT i

is again a guest at the Ridgewood cistern electric lights, etc; complete the trading was dull. May pork, $l6.-'I
hotel having returned Thursday in garage with man's room, finished; I.H); lard nominal; ribs: $9,1.:.. Hos WILL PAY YOU TO IN 10 Per Cent5ODiS9JUnt

company with friends, from a visit to Seedsof fruit, flowers;, shrubs and trees; a were steady and cattle tronsr. I VESTIGATE. I
Palm Dl'ach.lr.:: Wilder is from little park in itself. For price and
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Newtonla.:.; terms, apply or address John J Randall -
--------- owner, at his new home 428 S. ..................................................... j

:Mr. and Mrs. Seward Moyer of all kinds for Ridgewood ave., next door to Sea- %

Fort Plain, N. Y., who have been bnng's.: ;':,-tf Cement i''
making a two wet'ks''Ls.t! at Miami sale at -- i I | !

and Palm Beach, returned from th. buys a furnished Beach '! A TEN DAYS ONLY

latter place on the steamer U. S. A., Young's PharmacyAll S 5 5 0 0 street residence; 8 rooms : J A. Vandevord Daytona Beach
Thursday evening, and are again at and bath; modern improvements ,
the Gables hotel. Sizes for Sale. : lot 50 by about 290 feet. Ad-1 i Th-i- ar.twotlok. ttto tti. fry.tal Tli.-atn. tomorrow instil nt Uj. l uil\" Jews .1'THE FOSTER CO.

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