Title: Daytona Daily News
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 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 25, 1911
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00250
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
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etcher' :ot. Rowland, Ill:* was fatal _i 0 -It is announced tou-aT that y,. ;

Injured. jBLrnrthera among thoie .GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE d p{"bTaz. Sas'cabinet c' dlct "o, -.;..- !:

nJur d "'are" .b lev.ed to bB fatally .. ..- '; ; .'w'"n DRIVEN BY CilAS. CAMPBELL? [ new .of men. 'close.. ,ta '
t Yota:Doa't :TradWHfc. D* V/Boli' >M'Mo.ey." that Ltmaatou'w1U "
y people and, .
These1 pare' cared .
being
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Aa soon' as word' of the wrecfc :t J.;a E. SELLERS HAS HIS LIFE : cr ,.. ."?Ii" :"
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_ I o ld:"'be sent, to' officials of'the"'roa d< i CRUSHED OUT IN AN ACCIDENT .Following. the' lastltutlea,, "<;ot. .,(':'' -''
'" 'ial t ret l fraina"were made up at MANIACkIELS ftlRf r new :..cabb Ota .! .

iitoi ".and4 Savannah and" all the SWEEPS IN STREET AT COUNTY SEAT Diaz, lll.president.. k... 1

j.tcl 1 ,-c-surgeons arid! curses that to ODe of the jnw D
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uId ? TOWN.. the cabinet to.'serve' as 4
be'.procured were hurried to '" .

':eceneThe' / '_ DEPUTY ANDANOTHfRMAN. T 'OVER ISLAND DELAND. Fla., March 25 n pro- tern and that Diaz.wilteaji . . -r-' t

I woundedwere!. placed von : ; down by a big touring car .o the for Europe. it : .,;.;'-. 1'r...
ard' '.the:- trafn 'from :Tifton and It Is Abated that Miguel App. ." j.. ;
nied .to :that ;r City ,to',be cared.for :street, J. E. Sellers, an agejf man of Chihuahua Is slated
) a hospital.- Fireman Legreade BURNS CLEAN. who has: 'been a resident 4 ot this! Corral as miniater:: the; ash.'
_ : ode' 'colored porter were the city for many years, rec ed Injur- and: that Llmantour will.probabljrj! } -

__ members: of .the train crew to -.. ies from which he difel f short time minister of foreign, affairs It tlti;.a, -J"J" =h'<

unscathed. I foregone conclusion that General Bi '... 'Itoi

_ y | 1' The big locomotive did not go Into NEARLY LYNCHED BY MOB; ALL BUILDINGS DESTROYED_ afterward.The touring car was 1', owned by the nardo new Reyes cabinet. will, be but .a Just.member what. pth oltit. 1""1:,

river but the 'baggage and ex- ..
** Charles Campbell: Jr., a well known
; cars, two day coaches and RESCUED[ BY THE POLICE. ON BARREN{ ISLAND TODAY.TWO business 'man of DeLand and was sition Vice-President he will hold Is net yet. known ., :, ''

Pullman car plunged down the being driven .by the owner lilt the f.kf
Into the stream. to have already"secured! paS1ge..to 't. \. j ..,
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S- time of the fatal accident.: A coro-
Passen erain. the day coaches and OFFICIAL TAKING HIM HUNDRED FAMILIES ARE ner's jury exonerated Campbell.The Europe and he will! likely.1 leavo.4tL.4, Ii ,.
country In advance of PresidentDia
I who were not Injured fatal accident happened on. '
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the TO ASYLUM AND THEN KILLS MADE HOMELESS BY FLAMES ? :
themselves by climbing to
the street near the Baptist churchat ,
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of the cars and watting to be BARKEEPER WHO REFUSESHIM WHICH -SWEEP, UNCHECKED. 7 o'clock.last. evening., Campbell .EducationSierra, ...::
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: n.'to"th 'bank of the stream. -; f- i i. ? j. driving t .
was his big evenyas6enger 4
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Pull WIND. :
Women and children In the A DRINK. BEFORE HIGH touring car south on the boulevard_ ., of the new cabinet. ,
; sleepers which remained on the ana me Baptist church met a s-
la., March 25-H. YORK, March 24.-Every near I
DES MOINES, NEW
: became hysterical: when they buggy going in the opposite direc- II
I how narrow had been their es C. Kelly, a maniac.: today shot and building on Barren Island! off. Jamaica tion.; I ESCAPED[ PRISONER J& -
Island, was"destroyed .
: and pandemonium reigned in killed Deputy Clarence Wohman,I on Long Mr. Sellers had just started to ...

fx cars for a time. The cars were who was taking him to an asylum, by fire today. cross the street, coming from the RECAPTURED
\ Every 'effort was made by' the AT SAf Ott; 1
back to Tiftou to wait for direction of the Baptist church, and
> the shooting taking place at the residents and volunteer firemen to 1.
I l train to be made up.MESSAGE stepped into the street directly in
n Kirkwood hotel, where the deputy stop the spread of the flames, which
front of the buggy as it passed, WAS SERVING A YEAft'3TENCE SEN- _
had stopped with his prisoner. were fanned by a strong wind and ;
f walking in front of the rapidly ap- -- t
Kelly then made a dash out of swept clean across the island. Over FOR ILLEGAL .SALE OF << z ,
TOt proaching touring car. -
the building and into a saloon, wherehe 200 families have been made homeless -*' "' '
I It was evident he did not see the
killed James CaUahan, the bartender by the flames LIQUOR NEGRO WAS FRCIAtDAYTONA.
approaching automobile and the ,
who refused to give him a
pedestrian was not seen ''by the driver '

I DEAL WIIII drink. AVIATORS SELECTEDFOR of the car until too late to stop,
The double killing quickly attracted ST. AUGUSTINE the result. being that )Ir. Sellerswas Phil Spencer, the negro who e-:1: 4
a large'crowd and the maniacwas caped from the chain gang while a t ,
knocked down and ..
1 Aviators J. A. McCurdy and run over by
threatened with .being lynched j work on the Port Orange road some
James Ward have been selected by I; the big car, receiving the fatal in
: until rescued by the police, who suc- time in December, has been recap.d *
RECIPROCITY. Glenn H. Curt'es to make the exhibition juries. The Injured man was given tz
.ni f ceeded in placing him in a strong and b agato in the gang .
.i"l every possible attention by Mr.
irf flights at St. Augustine on I
cell. Spencer was at Sanford whet Io '
Sunday afternoon, April 2. McCurdy : Campbell, but he did! hot regain y
cated by Sheriff Smith.
will take his flying machines from i consciousness and died a short
w : WILL DEMAND ACTION "Pot plants for sale; double white: this city to St. Augustine after I time after the accident.In Spencer is from this city and.:
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; : was serving a term of for
petunias, begonias, geraniums, etc.; completing his five flights here the order to determine, the facts one year j
I 1 at Mrs. Geo Dittman's, South Ridge- the Illegal sale of liquor, hay 1n,
ON AGREEMENT AT SESSION( three days of next ''week. of the accident a coroner's inquest
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? wood. 96-3t was held this morning and the ver- been convicted) (before the Criminal ,

I dict of the jury was that death court. .While at.work with other I '

j convicts on the public road between
FORMER SPEAKER was caused by an accident which j
..1 could not have been avoided by Mr. this city and Port Orange, he made
CANNON AND SOME OTHER SavingsAccounts; Campbell.Mr. a break for liberty and succeeded la :_

b& making his escape.: and has remained '
trig I THERECIPROCITY. Sellers is quite an od man ,
>I REPUBLICANS WILL FIGHT '
at large until this' time.
and is well known in ths, city .

where he has lived for many years. -
I JAPAN
TO HELP CHINA
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WASHINGTON, March 23-Alter a STEAMER IS WRECKED; IN WAR WITH RUSSIA. t
,. should be started at
with the members of his 1 THIRTY-NINE" DROWN, TOKIO, Japan, March 25--The purr 'r
(''i Taft has practic once. Now is the time; .1 cha/ .
President of l large
r VANCOUVER, u. c., March x ..:.. amounts of war eat .! j ..:.
decided to devote his message ex : to deposit your savings The steamer Sechett off Beachy I Plies by the Japanese; Is explanled .:
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of congress
f I the extra session Canadian reclpr account as interest is I Head, near Victoria, was wrecked by the fact that Japan la preparing :
to the to throw a great force of 1
; | t I last night and reports are that 39 troops Into t
i paid on these accounts persons \\ere drowned. Manchuria in anticipation: of war '
l .believes that by If do not know where to look i ,
The, president you between Russia aDd
| from the first of April. China. It Is ''I
i ] all other propositions For the best quality of groceries we WHEAT OPENS FIRM; stated today that the relations be- .

| chances for ,success for reciproc suggest that you give this store a Only a few days are PRICE IS UNCHANGED. tween China and RussUi!I are most

will be much better.It will find left in which to place ominous. Th'as:: Indicates Japan: is 4 .'
Here
trial.
always a rl
is understood that former Speak ; you CHICAGO, March 25; The wheat preparing to assist China in case .1 .

.{ ; Jos. Cannon acd a number of tempting array of good things to eat the deposit so it will market opened firm 'with the prices war is declared. J .

I republicans will fight against and drink at exceptionally low I I begin drawing interestat practically unchanged. May was J

of the reciprocity quoted at 88 12. Provisions: were III'
adoption price Our stock is an education that time.
', but it is believed the steady an inactive. May pork, $16.- t
with
unfamiliar
will be adopted. to; a customer our 85; lard, $8.70; ribs. $8.90. Cattle . z CHURCH, DruggistPHONE .' :.
Plan for the
congress takes up any other values. and hogs were steady. ,,r..... 37


,will at be the, done extra at its session own initi the CONRAD 6R'OCERYCOMPANY Interestand .......................... Daytona Beach, Street Florida. ,j'j'"t':

!1 dlin Food />*r th. ba!u/4
E have your moneyin i DAILY STOCK MARKET REPORT[ i #

'..'., RAY AND WIFE the savings depart- .......................... Protect Your Clothes, Feathers, .
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. ." RETURN TO THE STAGEST. ment by the first of the''market i opened dull and heavy stock to- Furs, Carpets, etc.; with '.

-', AUGUSTINE March 25 month. ; day with most of the issues un- ,
has accepted an en 'PHONE 61.Daytona. '
Ray changed.
; Cotton
was inactive and
ment for himself and wife to LodgeNo. unchanged to four lower. j ji II :;J.Moth.aline J.. ;
and
to the vaudeville! stage MERCHANTSBANK i i
; 1141 .. Open Close | "
and Mrs. Ray will open their .... .. ..
Amalgamated Copper. .. .... <5i7B 63 I '
at. Cincinnati on, April B. P. 0. E. New York Central... ................... 1< .I IChesapeake I It be in direct .
;! & Ohio ...................... si1 7 may placed
"". This contract will keep them on Meets Every Tuesday Lehigh Volley. .. .......................... lTd.>.'1 ;
- : I Northern Paclilc......................... W1 1" contact with the most delicate t t
weeks. They II
road for five or six Enl int. Visiting I Pennsylvania........................... J-1
,-., : the summer at their A," Members Invited. A. D. McBRIDE PresidentJ. Rock island............................ ..".. &:)i &.' ;
;" : spend T. E.Fitzgerald, E. R. B. CONRAD. Vice-Presideat Southern Pacific......,...,.,.??. '-Ili?i: Jl* fabrics without fear of injury 1. R
Cleveland and return to the -- Union Pacific................... *& l"i .
in Geo. F. Croaeb.LSee.: F. N. CONRAD. CashierF. I U.H.M. Coin.... ................. .. .11 irl;:{i 1 i
i1 I, again in the fall. J. NIVER. Asst Cashier do pr4//'!......... .. ........... . je by stain or bleaching.
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I tiits.: ADtI1SI1GSJ 1 1f I One of Dayton* ;; # IO WKZT:: '.&*tV >>' '.- -- 'weaI fii natoral heanty Jt became i : ,
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it I Fecks _q..II useI 'wltiich have 'wrought out the colors ,,4
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pedaled 'a bicycle over- expanse . .EVERYTHING .... ;- ---... r
1 ',i'. I ,.lt'1t. v}112,,CMoth;'D..1..'CI......,,.-.- , /"!1 who'eyer-, drore: Aprandas :, : -_ 4' - ; and otitllnaa: of the big ''picture. )TOUT/ -;". "f ';"" ,>'": ....
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........ of The entire .
!.'L. I _UP GAR.INEELAV1WRY upon Its aaphaltum-lfke face; 'no one "-.- = parfcige. city becomes! Reading RpomK 0tsioooa4; 'V kflM- .. ...

r- ':StK JkeuSblrta Jro.1 ACII 5?II.. Night DATTOXA Shirt' .;J'LL Z. Wno' ever steered' a Wgh-ikwep' antomobKe :. E. ,S. .HALL a 'gra; at., park with driTeways luterp Elevator Servicejf 'tl1"aoat'..,-, b4011cSs1nthc5oisth. -.
; 10. : 'tReet Boom '
"' ZXfeeekBhiru ( ctlng. miles upon miles of drive- ... ; r
-i- T White BhlrU 10 Woolen Shirts 10< down the broad stretch of ;
8 Undertnlrts : and Builder -- .. _. ...;' .'_
8. Architect motorists :
: ways &o good as to attract "" -
;: : *!lfew8btn. IS Drawers 8 Zsr wave-washed .and surf-packed sand G.A.DREJCO.. .->'Tht"cityJiasa. ."pv $, $...,-
': ":; ..,$ ..eollar.tt.1Slf'oek.perpalr s ZCeUftrt hoc realized that it ts a'.rorid beater No.3UO Palmetto Ave. .. from iU over the continent. DBLAND..FL 3oct1ta 'tliickJy s Ht_y.. ,
f or Cuff SH 1 Handkerchief 3 5lafties -- '-"" ,_c ,
:. : clothe*at corresponding: price . a world-wonder. Goistamd upon : DAYTONA. FLORIDA.. aa And AS for the pavements, pavements adJaaentD;_ d" 'p 1: :," .

.. ,;:"f.' ;:. ..iuiuaa ........ this, wMe'speedway and 'see, the happy .i.J.IIuhI.I.II.I.IeR. tha" look and act like granite 4 .. miles e .tt'otho'SL.loJms:Si* r' ;
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": } "" .- -.'...- -...-...- ..-....- souls fill by In Joyous mood, and where else between the eastern Vo1usia4osiitAbstracLCo. tfa .liidv.folliiil.'pfe&.'t_ ':l1'-;,;..'': -
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answer whether this is not one of I5isESisISRiISUII..KIlI.. and :'western seas are so many miles great:"Orange Ridge" OfPdm. 'V -
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: .n. the seven modern wonders. in proportion to inhabitants? The :; ... ftnn2 "" " -
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; : J 5JB The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River. : paveme-tit question stands with the 'oranges and grjiefruitIerop _

..! : General Medicine and II street as one of the Chief drawing Gary Bert Flab-D.Landla.8ec-;President -;-from. this' : iib.iuig'out.... ..

';:"-' :. .straKoa Gtvea at. Any _. Where think you fs water with more Obstetrics 1a cards. Till some unheard of place retary.and JYeaa. 300,090 boxes", 'this}! ;- "

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;: "... PHONE picturesque surroundings? Nearly a "
omce Hours: 1:30 to 3:30. 1 to 8 p.m. G reports wore and better. Daytona Abstracts Furnish peaches pears, J paa.plums .pet.' ...

- -1sui.iuii.lsiaI.I- .. mile wide. fringed with tropical: vegetation -_1 Over Kodak Place. 'Phone 39. : throws down the gatiDtlet to the ed and Titles'- ,,pecaiv tiaras,' .striiwberil. j I

,; I.., .. ... .................. artistic cottages with roomy ..a.isi.iU.iu.I.isReIQIIa world. and other'fruitS arc groW' Ja.pkaty'In -/ i
Perfected. i
r verandas looking 'out her bosom
upon
: JACOB ESPEDAHL Squirrels, Flowers, Binds and Fruit the. of public improTomcafc
way i
J gamey food fishes in countless numbers .......................8 Whatever one's shortcomings and 1(and Insured\
: .Contractor.&11d guilder a ,arc many miles oCfiae shell nad aa
; .Designer" and CraftsmanSsperlntendi beckoning as it were to those however indifferent or even callous Maps, Plats and excellent school electric '.
: J. E. RAWLINGS : high ;, Hgbi*
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Construction of Build- with, rod and :reelher bosom fleck- Blueprints Supplied
one may ha to many things, the mere of waterwurkathatis owned
a system ,
i.. ; !&(" Plans and Specifications
ed wllh duck and coot and .
I -.- on ftnort:Notice. .. snowy- B. Physician and Surgeon mentfca of "flowers and squirrels- DELAND, FLE. and the
,7< DAYTON i' FLORIDA. Jltl winged sea birds 'which sfC about as .. operated, by ,dtYuPPlg ,
birds and fruits" will send thrill
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. If for the of the : OFFICE OVER KODAK PLAOE 1a the ._ : ,
;_ : flH..U.I l IOItJI sport bobbing upon that reflected in distended -Ltb
; Phone! is pupils '
BONDLUMBER Nine houses of.worship t tifyi that
4 ...... ................... waves; watch that lubberly old U and pricked ears. - NT* -*. .
; 4 .: .. aa white headed pelican pouch a tat, .......................Ioa .DeLaad is.,a, clmrch>goiag< ,comma-:. -J&V,
For every visitor with a spare goober .
OSCAR MICHAEL S Baptists Methodists
mullet and that fish hawk struggling nity. Episcopalian
.......................... there is a bunny ready to come COMPANY- (Northern ndsouuiexAPa ,
: upward with his floundering load he -
CONTRACTOR
; 0 a and accept your gift. He will sit bolt Manufacturers of
and SKeary snatched from the water. : D. D. & C. M. ROGERS 1Civil byterians, Christians and Catholks,,
Filling Grading urT'g'ht' t} and knaw into the meat LUMBER
See the .beautiful launches spick ; besides colored Baptists and M Uio'dists ,
Hauling casting furtive saucy glances at you LATH '
; Specialty.. .oIB and span wiftJh hampers and lockers j EngineersDAYTONA : meanwhile SHINOLES are represented. ,

._.. _. _._B._B._BtlB_ ._B._B._BBeB_ ._ bulging with refreshments. both solid. : FLA. : Flowers. Usually fresh and blooming MOULDINGS The graded schoolCoffers a. 't&i _ _

and liquid ready for a cruise upon th Established 1875. a years' course, and the building,which
: the year round, you are reminded Agents:
beautiful surface. Take out your field 0oISISI Masury's Paints it occupies is newly furnished
M. ELLA DeVOY & CO. 1 I0MSI RS1SSRORSISIi.ioi.ici.isisaeiisgsiei. of Goldsmith's couplet where Parold Roofing
'glass aId sweep the river from I Whitehall Cement throughout and is one of the most-
Smiling spring its earliest visit paid
Ormond bridge to Ponce Park .1 Dorado Plaster commodious and best equipped public
2 MILLINERY And summer's lingering blossomsare Georgia Clay Brick .
light house. then say whether the !'e U I Bond Sand Brick. schools in the State.

: -: Halifax isn't a thing of beauty anda i : E. L. STEWART 1 delayed.In DELAND, FLA. The trip from Daytona to DeLandis I

:: I N.. S Beach St.. Daytona. Fla. Physician and Surgeon one yard roses of varigated hues :_
joy forever and one ot the modern ; made by automobile in a little;
; e Spc1alattentiontodiz'es of the U predominate; another household hasa

_ _ _ _ wonde/3. i i a Eye, Ear, Thront and Nose. Ottlce over an hour, and there arc many
penchant for the poiacetta and the
I LANDIS[
&
and residence. 3rd flSU '
Magnolia avenue : ,
drives in the vicinity of the.
The door west of P.0.. pretty
Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge.; telephone 2. premises ere aflame; another is hidden I
: I Office hours:V a. m.to i. p. in. Attorneys at Law county site. A good road leads to'
East Florida I wood. I eI. in a jungle of tall cane. Variety I
SI02S1II0I0I0I.UUIOISi Practicing in all DeLcon Springs,five miles a historic
!
is the spice of life and here is where State and Federal
Telephone Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest, ----- --- it. Courts spotv where 60.000 gallons of water
Company you find I
of a br.Jad.l'idge. straight as the crowflies ..B.B.B.B.B.B.fl.B.B.fl.B.B. The birds flit in. and witlh their Special Investigating facilities and for bubble from the earth every minute.: .

;w, Connections at Daytona I and the wide spreading branches -:!I : DR. F. H. HOUGHTON :U joyous notes help to give fullness: _perfecting INLAND; FLA.titles From DeLand automobiles go south, ,

of tho heavy-trunked live oaks extend to Osteen 18 miles on shell and.
I. e and symmetry to the picture.As .
for Long Distance Points thfcir giant arms across the I marl roads; theSt Johns is crossed by

i nificert v'eta forming an arch and I;, .fiA'Dentist for fruits choice citrus fruits STEWARTS BLY ferry near Osteen and cars can then
H. C. :;. Daytona yields the palm to none for
OfllceinPekBlock
a
; THOMPSON. Mir. from these extended arms great festoons Isaac A. StewartEgford continue to Sanford and Orlando by Antos _
S PH01'iE 32 West End Mouth _
Bridge U.ioi quality and quantity per acre. There '
Ely
;!) of Spanish moss sway as the a hard road. There is a. shell road
:
trade winds from the I I. .i sa.i.isi.iei.iioiu. cre scores of citrus groves in prox- Mary Stewart I MaxweS
. . . . . . fan them. tropic seas imity to the city branches bendingto Attorneys at Law from DeLand to Orange City, five. ":"_ _

Looking straight ahead I ........&................. the enrth with their burdens of and Notaries Public miles and a good road from DeLandto I

H. T, McCLELLAN : down this wlifte shell street one has I 2 T. E. Fltzgvruld E.F. Gates J lucious gclden globes which for DKLAND. FLA. Lake Helen a like distance. LR
the
impression of with
a fairy path I II
2 FITZGERALD &' OATES S beauty proflicacy and an desirable
Mill WorkWrite rfiisa draperies but as you move
1ong and cast an eye first to the 2 Attorneys and Counsellors at Law qualities would truly astonish you. J. A. I BOND SANDSTONE! BRICK CO. Arthur G;:

or ask him about anything Tight and then to'the left you see Special and Perfecting Facilities for Land Examining Titles 9 aa The Fastest Autos and The Finest ERICKSON&CO. Manufacturers. Royal P.. _ _

you want made of wood Everything distinguished cottage homes In the I Office in Conrnd'Building. Phone i'8.i : Out. Light Granite, Buff, Red awl _

1 > ,the best. most delightful settings.See I . . Largest Stock of H
i i i iuisusisioieiei.B The seventh world wonder. do you I Pianos Drab Brick i..

:V.rta RiJfewood Ave. Phone 123 (< tho glistening leaf of the grand I ---- ask? Ccme whether from Missourior I .Sewing, Organs Machines and Large Capacity Insures Prompt ShIp-

magnolia which nature has varnished : iX 4X .iJ I South of Jnc'on"UlVELAXV. ments. Write for Booklet and Prices.
from LAKE
Maine-from Kalamazoo o: HELEN. FLA.LAKE .
as no artis's brush ever could and ; FLA. HAML _
; @ DR. J. P. ESCH | Timbucto, and you> will be "shown."
the cabbige palms with their burdens ;
Here is where the world's record for HELEN -,
: t[-' of showy' fruit and swaying palms; Physician and Surgeon $ speed is broken with Attorney
IC1llRSQE PORT ORANGE every recurring ALLEN'SNext -
: Surrounded
I see the lovely holly with its exquisite : : Peninsula Drive fifth h)use south of if by several pretty lakes. and I:
M. Church.. Offlce bour 12 to 2 p. @ eason. Autos the biggest the fast- and
bury; see the climbing vines j 'j in., tOT p.Ul. 'Phone 1S., DAYTUNA &- te Postoffico guarded by lofty pine trees is Connsat -
est, and the finest
.. are on daily -
TOUT ORANGE is run riot in the trees; see the crypo.eamon.s BEACH. .1 parade I' Lake Helen winter: resort of no La*
.pretty little Tillage \ (. i', . @ and the big show is as free as DRUGGISTS little
PORT ORANGEHOUSE forms which gain a foothold x. (@ !:@I I importance. Camp Cassadaga, '
----- --- the artesian water from
situated five mileswratnof.Daytonn ---- pure the
on jn the great oaks and: stately .......................... JEWELERS I a spiritualistic camp-ground is situ- zLAicl
thousands of flowing wells. It is a
: the DaytonaNewSmyrna pms and surely you will join in 0 a I DELAND. FLA. ated near Lake_ Helen and at this : :
continuous show with I I
: Dr. SAMUEL M. LONGDENTIST : a constantly 4 : -
bard-sur- ;tihe Ch.>rui and say that this is a shifting: scene.E'ei.ythmg place several hundred people make

Jaee road,the scenic S. Fred Cummings world wonder for beauty. I winter headquarters. A large:lumber
G. W. Fisher
highway of the East goes from a 2-horse mill and the largest brick plant in

Ooa locate$t. The on the town Halt Is Owner and Manager Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage O One Door North of New Merchants 4 power up to a 200-hor3e power and Drug Co. the South are located at Lake Helen. I

Homes. : Bank. J dial degrees of speed from a canterto I -
laxRIverandls Drugs
Stationery, '
connected with the .. 44. ................a.0..o a two-nile-a-miinute clip. You will ORANGE CITY 1 Clothig14
Xo of Huyler's Candies,
one Daytoaa's -- -----
PORT ORANGE attractions -
-peninsula opposite perhap, commands j .... . .. probably catch the spirit when you Kodaks, Cigars The principal attraction 'around
Tjy a bridge. more nearly unl- I I do the roads and the beach are yours. Orange City is .the
The town Is well BEACHLots vernal attention and praise than does j < DELAND. FLA. many handsome L- :
,: The Manhattan Cafe The Florida sunshine is free the golden
laid out and .has the artistic cottages. The owners of j. .. orange groves. The town is
homes..A for Sale. balmy ocean breezes are free, the supplied with water said :
m&D.7pretty these charming villas hail from for ladies and gentlemen. I to bd the
large nnmber oftourUts Liberal Terms every : birds: and squirrels and flowers are A. B. f'OODAU purest in the world, another attrac-
corner of the country
and.they bring Dinner 11 :
Regular to 1:30
and winter Daily. free the sparkling fountain
Allowed for t water is tion to visitors. It
jjeddenti make Port IMPROVEMENTSOcean their own architectural plans and :c Short Orders. Box Lunches. : !free and you will have to godown that is at Orange City

Orange winter head. build upon them and as the archi.ecturs Everything Fresh. The I passengers over the Florida East

quarters *ne of the or River '. of one section of the ; Special Attention Shown to Ladies. onto your wallet only for coin for Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and
FISHINGConvenient country
r )
ereral. attractions to Automobile -.' .differs from the architecture of another != THE MANHTTAN CAFE : I auto and bed and board. GROCER I drive to Deland. The town is surrounded -
"being the excellent Ra"t'lOourie This is co fanciful picture it's all
1 land
tUhlng.A and Bridge. so do our homes differ in 38 South Beach Street ; DELAND, FLA. by peculiarly adaptedto
short distance Apply to outward appearance and structural) .I here. It is drawing other thousands : the cultivation of citrus fruits. DEL-&sD,FL4zL

vest Dt Port Orangeare WM. C.Agent HOWES beauty from one another. There are) and hoMing them enthralled it will : --

the remains of Port Orange Fin. no monotonous charm and hold you. Come and see. ......................... .. .....,...
the old Dnnlawton rows of strikingly ) .......................... .......... -

mill, a place similar build'ogs: but the eye as itj + ,1,

that sugar Is visited everyyenrby Port Bweeg* by is treated to a kaleidoscopic -I: : When You Are Looking for : I "From ;the Table,1 j!
hundreds of Orange t Grove to the L THE DAILY NEWS
change which I
time keeps: the mind : Some One to Do i .lg
tourists. One OYSTER CO.D.DUPOXT wondering, "What next?" INDIAN RIVER GRAPE
an the country west .1
It is no, only the exterior of many| FRUIT AND ORANGES. .
of Port Orange,surrounding -
i Grower "
; 'the old and Dealer ot th;se homes which rivets atten- I Electrical Work I Gro\n on the Halifax. "'
i
OYSTERS and
-mill was a vast In- CLAMSPt. tkxn; within they are models of convenience The finest quality of fruit for sale I.I GA to some three persons whose.ji :

dlgo and sugar cane .Ornn E"-Da'\"tona and the finishing and furnislxtng ': in single boxes or car lots. Special way the

E plantation.The mill give evidence of the eleganceand I PHONE, /1 attention paid to filling orders. It.' names were mentioned tt,
'wa5 operated extensively -
In those early .WM. C. HOWf.SReal cultivation of those who workedit MUNROE & STEVENS : very Day previous day's paper t. .'.
aU out. Indeed it is the interior
but has been 1mdisusa
days for forty or Estate arrangement and artistic furnishing i I i FOR LA W !Ii GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. ..... ">.

nfty years.A Insurance and shading, more than the exterior! : Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel.' : Four Tickets to the Crystal t' '
very Interesting : THE ELECTRICIAN. :
appearance that gives JJ
a surpassing '
drive from Daytona NOTARY PUBLIC charm to Daytona homes. This feature :: .. : Theatre and a Merchandise ::
Is by ocean beach Best Prices Best Work J ..:!;\ o..." r @!....@:!....!) x '
I to the approach ot Port Orange Fla. Justly merits prominence as an- : 1< : Order for 25 cents
.. NORTH BEACH STREET i I on some :
tbd Port Orange other wonder. 'i. I I GITTENS & MESSING I '"

bridge across the .......s..... .... : ., local
4 44 .... ( j Huci''- "ors to K.G. LongCo..) >$ 11: store. : : : : : : : T

passing bridge through and then the S..OJ nfARIIN Streets and and Pavements Best. the Most ]J.....c.o........lou.I...i. c I;.) 't5 } Fresh Fish Jx oJ., ..

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principal street of : McDonald's Boat Yard : ; ; f .
? 5 Clams nand
Port Orange to the [General Why thq Architect of the Universe a Established 1903 : X 1'j

brated rules of old thele sugar- MerchandisePort chose to give Daytona the most admirable -< j I CHAS. M. McDONALD. Proprietor = ,' r.I Rose Bay Oysters. f .[ Watch for them---your name maybe j! i.:

the most picturesque natural <
mill, returnlog to 1 Railways. Boats Built Repaired : Market on South Beach Street f .Q
: :
Daytona by t he road sotting of all the cities of the South j
: Orange FU. .' and Housed. .'
: i Phone 5
on the mainland. is not revealed, but that such isyr a ) : Prompt Delivery next. :: ;
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;1I iItIik .', ,the"mostvot&- lMtweM. -. .Mweh....,9-and. t- ", : :' :::- FLORIDA :'miles,of;;als l ", t* M'.hard tieoti eloae/e .
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April 6, Miss .leadsthis' FREELECTURE: MONDAY and aaoos geaerasd o. ecMerest" ?
.Marjorle Sotzien .. 1C. LEIBOtSBQRF: : D 45I .
arched bYf---r na R+atkrew a .
{ fir. r w.eek'with;: a total off.447.j500Totes ; AT,PALMETTO CLUB HOUSE. ixt atatelytraa4eat.dariBt'tU1apsc -a. =F
1 i t IIP WAY. ,aee 'ecCbetween', March', 9. sad '- .. -, *" Tewli>ll Ji :' .ot ,b _:aatari :dfewsmym& 1
-.hto _March 2T, at 3 P.. m., My
1'r March. : 23., while Miss Grace 'Bnr4Idc is truly a;place,of !romance Y
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_ a v ''i).....,z.F LT", ",,-_, _' .1.... -"jp:':'\Z MENA'' POLLI.TZ' votes; secured,. during till'period. 5., ':flU. -apeak,'Hom at the'Societr:Palmetto; of Florida Clu3ihorse. VV .All&atare here is.very InVULUjtO

8Tl.tOMD.. vIN: :GRAND I' i .. . .)lie, /;,11. speak. concernk g the tourist and pleasV'-.scckcr Here
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The etnd
WsKis - following Is the'cOR"eCt -
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: ) '- thetwotew It.Is icW be f Y too is to be.found the best fishing anil* r
:; hcped 1. 'S' ::1' [
Mlt;' .,14ii.GRACE. BURDICK I INCFORR .lug of all contestants .tii>>rto' Thur&- ., .. state
.. passed ,at',the .coming sesaJoi, of the hunting in.the Florida i!
falter J bttlW l'y. day, March 23 In the the
a tato*** 3. race for : L T-
.
riot for *&s oec tt UKj ;.. NO: I beautiful $50 diamond ring so: generously legislature, namely, The Juveoi'eCourt General 'The" people area thrifty;'the'business '
'
f ;1: 'S p-J._ IAW,and The Child Labor wAll :men eat erprisin ;and, allrnite
offered by L. H. Rowe Co "'HardwareBaUdcr's
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'X3Munchf r......l. ;ipieli' rM ,5'o'clock 'Thursdaystteeueoiithe Jo the contestant who secures the 'are.:'welcome and there. win ;be -- in extending''the._ welcome,,.hand of .
| and
: baVot box lix ', no admission fee ant(no collection, There ,
!'llsa, "R' the 'Ga-I most votes between March, d and hospitality .strangers. are
2 ette-N w Great Popularity Contest'April; 6. : five church edifices for white people v _.

a t 1" U .dosed. .. .{for the. week ending Thursday,Marjorie Rotzfen ...447,500 Too Smart to 8* a Lawyer. Supplies, and an equal number for_the colored
of the
"'''' -' B. Davis Noxon was one ablest
bemr- 'March. 23, and the official count of Grace Burdick ....'.......,.. 422,500 lawyers tn central New York.: A young Furniture population; the town has, an excel. jtt'i
1 Y Violet Middleton ......405.000Holt lent high school,'a'splendid public -
and
votes was made, by Messrs. G. B.Young man entered his office as a student and ,
.' : :!t li1fl t ,: and R. Heaton, well-known McCorke ...::....:_357,500 was given Blackstone to study. At the UndertakingNew library aad up-to-date business ; .
_ __ off* the:;,pra wr-Mbrr} j|business men of Daytona. i i, Mena Pollltz ,._.;..-.....305,000 end of a month he asked Mr. Noxon houses. wY
,: ,>t$ departed ti!e At the official count it was found Florence Gittens. ........ ...305,000 I what he should read neat "Do you SmyrnaTHE There arc any number of pretty
d4d .Jor 'fcer"home Roberta Hobbs understand Blackstone' "Yes." was
by the Judges that :Miss MarjorieROOtziea'secured .290000 homes for the permanent population
**- it** the most Margaret Brokaw. ........ .175-,OOO his answer. "Read Kent."' was the or which numbers close to 2,000.and
the' votes during Pauline Garrison .. .........110,000 der. In another month he announcedthat some very fine winter residences., STATE1ARIOK _
2 ;or.3: -j tRLches. to'for weekending Thursday, March he had finished Kent and "What .
23,, thus, winning. the special bonvs --- There are good hotels and boarding S
'ihe'>'eioier Ad'tr'oke3 next? "Have you read Blackstone and OCEAN HOUSE ,s.
,:Gen;D Ormond of ,50,000' 98.99 the contestant securing the most ?" "Yes. "Well. said Mr. Nox- F. W. SAMSPROPRIETOR dations td meet your requirements. s
votes:during Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a HAMMOf* ,
the' week. on "you had better go at some other T.
Mrsli.. J< CorWttroCHi Dur!' r :;" were la the city 362,500 votes, only leading: Miss; lawyer."-Boston Herald. found anywhere. This land has been. Cashier s,
?dad>Friday. having come Grace Burdick by 10,000 votes in the OWNER OF SARATOGA INN TOOK $3.00 per Day divided into small farms which can Traasa4sa!

,.Jacksonville tovle'lt race for the special bonus of 50,000 i Always Busy. Special per be bought at reasonable prices. Someof
_s&i,. *5fr. acid Mrs/ E. R. I votes offered, as Miss Burdick se.,II'! A FANCY TO THE HANDSOME workers"And you Interrogated are really the settlement housewifeas WeekExcellent the finest celery grown in the stateis BaskiB General :, LR

_tthehr'Winter 'home onareiiue cured 352.500 votes during the week. YACHT WHEN SHE WAS HERE she handed each of the wanderers Huntingand raised on this land. All other vegetables Business\ .4
They had previous-. Miss Mena Pollltz secured 267,500 a wedge of pie. Fishing grow in abundance, and here, ? ; .. _
faraeverai weeks at' inks votes during the week, which places LAST WEEK- "r s.* mum," responded the dusty NEW FLORIDA SMYRNA too, is the home of the famous Indian */4lPer T:on Time c.nt.latetoMt Depoatta ,<,

iult, coast. Mr. Corbtt Is her second in the race for the $450 J. H. Baker of Saratoga, N. Y., spokesman with a low bow, "we work River oranges. >
Went; of ,the Pope Printing Chopin upright grand piano, which is every settlement we come to."-Chicago 1'0 :Tc
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owner of the Saratoga Inn on South
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-ot;'Chicago, one or: the big Offered as the grand prize among the 'News. -' '
corns of the country. $2700 worth of valuable prizes to be i Beach street Is now the owner of : 1'

X Y. awarded at the close of the contest. the handsome yacht, Adelaide II, The Way He Took It. 11+..++.+++.......++_....++.+.++< .............- ; -: -i ;
_ -A- dtamoaKi brooch, prob.Onnoria During the'week Miss Grace Bur having taken a fancy to her acd Kindly Landlady (to the new boarder A> :
the. beach A Su!twill dick of Seabreeze, made a decided purchased her from her former owner Inlate)-How Mr.did you find your bed. Mr. f ;'I: '
Inlate (taken abackOh.dash Co.
-be paid,for its re- gain having secure 352,500 votes, O. S. Johnson, while she was It. ma'am! I was not as bad as IThe Joseph Zapf ,.
_i0'the': office of the Hotel Or- | which places her near the top In the here last week on her return north that-London Tit-Bits. l
'er to F\; M. Kirby Wilkes race for the grand prize and now occupying after a winter's cruise down the : -
: JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
_ 98 Zt fourth place. coast. Nothing Lost. .
Miss Violet Middleton secured 345. The Adelaide II is a new boat having "I hear she doesn't like me with a '{ Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor re.. ., ,
,_;preservers,, Inspected, solid 000 votes during the week, which been ,built! at Bay Head N. J.. mustache."
x90; ; Shebler Carburettors, l lifts her to fifth place La., the race just previous to her cruise in these "Going shave [It off, I s'pose { house in Florida. Sole distributors for i

>; Side lights, freenal glass, for the piano, with a total of 1,235.- waters last season being at that "Oh, no. She never liked me.-Kan.. Celebrated Beer
Acme dry batteries, each, 000 votes. time in command of Captain H. L. sas City Journal : Anheuser-Bush t'WtSWWWW

uJurp spark coils, guaranteed Miss Holt McCorkle secured 317,500 Cranmer, who was in charge of her Tired of the Game. : Special attention is called to the '" .
Make and break ceils: votes during the "Blllingsly tells: me he has moved =
; water- week now holding again this winter. She is a roomy DEPARTMENT.
tf 1.65. If It'* for a motor boat third place in the race for the piano. and comfortable boat, 50 feet in his gasoline tank Into his garage." ': MAIL ORDER .;; ;

1p tt, at a price that means.man The correct standing of all contest length by '12 foot beam and Is of "But that's awfully daugcrous. Isn'tIt ,.
_t-your> pocket' r- Bead for -cata.THB ants in the race up to Thursday three foot draft. She .ly propelledby moment.? The garage may catch fire at any f Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. ,

KITTED_ BROTHERS March 2-1. is as follows: 35 .
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; iv : TO PERSONALLY MR. BLANCH TEAL TAKES OUT '' **< *<
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: ASSEMBLING OF SPITE BY USING HER REVOL- > i; -
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t : I / is to make ex DE LAND Fla., March 25- .:. : -:-: .' ;?i: '

A next week, wift Charged with assault with intent to The Schantz Ejectri

,. S ...". today, according to kill Mrs. Blanch Teal of Enterprise I I t:
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'- 'I Sunday night if will he tried at the next term of and WaterMagnificent :'

: I !' ..' "' ,/:"-; t't100. : East Coast railroad the criminal court here, having I II I I . 21 0i000 Q

: ,waived the preliminary hearing and I II .........-...

st of" Monday to as given bonds for her appearance inI I'|I #

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will he taken to a 00000000Gl+000+800lA _Og000M00!
The serious situation in which Mrs.I j :i
so as to afford I
to the beach for Teal finds herself has grown out' of < R -7

DAYTONA, I motor has been f her animosity toward automobiles( I It I II i A Trains
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but McCurdy wit: I - -
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shall ,be per- I Teal drives. a spiri ed horse and,! I Southeastern:Limited '

s Monday W I plane might always maintains that she has as 4 D "Jacksonville-Atlanta Speci "' J? .

I heavy wind was much rght to the road as any au4!l "Florida Special" *'-

,_ OR ADDRESS I would this account cause Mc the tomobileand that the automobi.e'I' .4 4dnvers VIA .!ft'.

P. 0. BOX NO. 253. this part himself should always take the precaution |i i ft'SOUTHERNRAILj :

to prevent her horse from

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rf week; convey the - 4l'may:,
y.&r' This trouble has led her ino frequent ,; FLORIDA SPECIAL. SOUTHERN'S SORT-
shl1NNON1NN1.111N1/111. light and: variable i 'e
; with automobie: drh.ers West aod Northwest. LIMITED.Wasiia .
. This. is en I trouble '. .
STEAMER hate --'-' *: ton- New York wad!
who, the woman claims, : '*;;( f
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Jackson\'iIIe..7.40 a. _
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: Chetokee 1 to the one : not slackened their speed sufficiently I i Ar Atlanta.........,....,....:.5.00 p.m. Lv Jacksonville._._.....,.9.00.
4, of the east Fri to enable hr to manage her' Ar Chattanooga...:;........9. 5 p. m. Savannah: ............<. li0 .
f' tJ' J .FOn the 'postpone horse. Ar Cincinnati......i.......S.OO a. m. Lv Columbia ...,......,.,. 6.40 :
t' east wind The latest trouble along this line, I Ar Louisville.....'...;...:..V8.40 a. m. Ar "Washington.........- 8..a .:
i: DAILY EXCEPT yes incident which led to her Ar Chicago ...:.........._..;5.25 p.m. Ar Baltimore? .......... ,10.O6a.- :
and the
,; surf which will Ar Cleveland.*,....,,..?...::3.15'p.m. Ar PhiladeIpbia.......w12J33 p,1fs;.
'6 vt of the beach arrest on the 'serious charge, occurred I Ar' Detroit..H::,.....:......44.00 p. m. Ai New york.........'..." 2JT p;
TJie largest; fastest and out of it. This when Charles Campbell Jr., ',.' J. '.. '
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R .1 course for the of this city with a party of young :
: : upper FLORIDA 'LIMI1ED.: .. .. .JACKSQNVILLE-ATLANTA 4
1. to ? to race: McCurdy. women in his: auto, met Mrs. Teil I I West-and Northwest. ,SPECIAL. .k
*z* : was out with the on the road from Orange City to -
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First; -class. Lunch and Friday on the Enterprise. :Mr. Campbell did, nor: Lv Jacksonville..,........ 8.05 p. m. Jacksonville.._ M }

aN1.. .N.OON04 N4s ..0.... for a mile in slacken the speed of his machine e:* Ar Atlanta ................. 5.20 a. m., Lv Jacksonvill..L..8S4( 'f
I Ar I ouisville .............. 8.55 rhm.: :Af.lIac n............:....._4.36 a. ;
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Ar Cincinnati .. ....,... .8.35p.m.Ar -,ArAtlanta.......,....f:,.,7.45 a; a.AsheTiBe. ."
1 should have done and she proceeded i Chicago ........?.....?. 7,45 a: m. "
; to use her revolver. j''I Ar Detroit..........'...,... '6.30aim. N..CAr T.,.,
.Iif. BEACH I According to thes orJ.. told by f I Birmingham.:.....';-12.15'D.oon. Lv Jacksonville..... ....9.00 Lit
I witnesses )i I Ar Kansas City...........10.25 a. m. Ar Asheville .....m. ..-...-7 00 L IIL
Mrs. Teal fired:
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Ar Colorado Springs..... 8.15 a. m. Ar Cincinnati8.00 a..l.
I Nashville : the machine as it was speeding' k
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away: anil Mr. Campbe'l claims the I All holidA-estlbuletnilns.-inodern electrically lighted coaches and elegaat
R X. Y., 'who owns Pullman Drawing Room Weeping C rs. Dining f\1't>. ". ,;
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: ,t Volusia I bullets came so c'ose: he coud! hear} CITY TJOKKT OFFICE ifO.108 WE8T-BAY.S1"'JAOK80..NV n TO',/>. -
i Railroad avenue I them sing. Determined not to Ravel' For Reservations and,,CowpleteInformation,cornmojilcats WU*
.. H. F. Stewart of himself and the members of his I I R. B. CREAGH, Tray. Pas*. Atf.. -G. R. PETTIT. D. P. A.,

'r .. > parcel of land party turned into sieves Mr. Camp Hotel Desplaad, Dayton. Fla. Jacksonrille! Fit.
t street, now occu- JNO. L. MEEK. A. G. P. A.. Atlanta Ga.
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bell threw on high speed, hurried to .
,Montgomery Route. Furniture com I .; _
SR 59 1-2 feet front- town and had a warrant sworn out I.....0000000800000000................eeee .'
'Lv Jacksonville, A..C L... 8'.15 pmt by 273 feet in for the woman. Mrs. Teal clainsshe I

,Lv Birmingham ......u..12.22 pm width at the fired the shots in the air. f' 4

Lv Nashville ...............- 7.55 pm
street, the loT
,Ar St. Louis, L. &: :N...... 7.40 am ':Mr. Kreitz .....................a.... ...............N........................... :

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Dixie Flyer Route.. business block I C. O. SMITH.. I'AYTONA BKA01I *.1 av
i; but is not yet : FOR ": STEAMER SWAN
w |; Lv Jacksonville, A.C.L... 8.25pm style and char- : J 1
Lv'Chattanooga ...........11 37 am : CEMENT WALKS : "
to be erected
..Ar,Chicao ...... ............. 6 47 am .' i : All kinds of Brick and Cement Work 1 i LENGTH 150 FEET-281' TONS. tF
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Lt' With excellent accommodations and service, lighted by
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electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passengersis
I Jacksonville., A.C.L... 8.15 pm | E. T I tiIE TABLE
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...: ,..ArCincinnati..............._ 8 45 pm II
"': Grand, Rapids......_.._ 6.45 amt bows XORYH BODhaJ L"P : and +e

; : -Arlouisvillis ......-......-... 8.40 pm I I''I f 2" !I 30 i I I, :i II
r .'Ar Indianapolis.,.........- 1.05 amy I I _I I 34 9K KK 3k
I : -i---r-I I II PALM BEACH a.w
. ..'-" .. : I 900a 9 .Ika i Jackson.Ille 7 31) ; 7p : 3 15p 1(4)p SOu
lit IOu 10 5.i 1St. Augustine 6 (gi p : 8 Wp :y (I.t.p Ill'J1a 7 =
.. firsVclasa Electric i -
C i Three Lighted 12 Sop 1 2 p Ormond 3 rp 3 Sip 11I5a II 44a r 4 46u
'Trains, Berth Lights Dining Cars | 1t 40p 1 fl'p' Daytona j, 3 l lip ;: 3 45i 11 3ta: 9 la 4 3311. I Y
a 45p 4 lip Rockledi'e It 4)p 1 -I1pI Ji'a 7 'hi 2 c.h1 +
!on each train,a la Carte. I .1 (gip 9 !lIp W.Palmiteach 7 4,5n I {f 4Hu 3 hJa I 13 05a I .R -M Ip .'
r f: i 00p 11 Mp MiamI I 15 "A's 1.... 1 IMUa : 1 0h a i 4 00p !

and Intermediate Points, the Picturesque Halifax
.: Loiisville. Nashville, B, R. '. is published as a matter of news to readers of : through
and Indian River Route.
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-"Ii:1! .,WALKER Ha. Piss. A t. advertisement. I Leave Daytona Thursdays........................ .... .. ..... 8:00 a. m- I

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.' : JOHN P. POLLITZ: t : .*. [ and Yards: East Coast Hallway un<)i Orange.Ave. 0
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-. ; 'I' ** Riding; away -io k a. of env Li' $ W'\U-w. :n. .. =
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oomc o t1lR et hotels' Mass 'E J Ix WuvAmlierst' Mass H.i.iE ID
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)r. The. tabler- Tw.iltb supplied !t Mrs: J,:S Conabeer-J,-,J .S Conabeer Jr. nSmuh., wtitte, Ifi the : t1Cb rA1:itrYaOUIDA.;'\ t :: -

ileb Ota.itlw"season, ,cooked'an-d' served bthe ': Miss Marian "'Conabeer, New York, life sentence prisoner and the 'o'h.- Now opep for Um third 'seasoii:under:.the.liberal: ::management of A,H,and E. '.
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19 Burton Burk, white, LANES,proprietors of Boston, The Bennett la'firet-lau in every particular.'Thefeatures
.DeI Wa "- -"lf"C. -- obtainabletlddren r. -* - :( Mr and Mrs W P Champney, Mrs J er man an-Superior table--*bite employes a modern house a,; genial..homelike ;
.. time would have expired next atmosphere and a location on Daytona'boulevard;RWgewocd avenue. Two ten- '
whose
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; l ;" :\: ; :; Cleveland! Mr and Mrs F -' -. +" ,' oU eourt,garage.;;Hotel will.be open entlraiuontk of AprlL,:- -,

'" .v_. ;fy,... ..__......at"" 11..',.k.,.."'. ...,.-,...6.. .sc. ,'ShelttrIslan..." '. _. ......-.':'"N"-Y, : \ i G Backett' Boston Mrs A H Tim, Dr September.Smith for life when : t Somi&erRcicrt- Tae _Oceanside and Cottage. .Marblesea c ,Musacasetts.iN4lliSON .,
C D $enry, Brooklyn? Miss EmmaD i .as4jsentup. ... .i/isilt4li!!!N!!tib rHta1N i
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... -'! -;i.;i. -..<-f-."'-" ", ;..--'""-.:.'-.""...-. "t-I,';F. .. .of. :"!'""- ... '-.:" -<>,._:'?'...".""-r'" t. Musgrove, Miss Louse: Murgrove, 13 years of{age 'and. is,, now, about E

: .. Urbana 0. 30 years oM; He .:swag- one of :the ...........e:40.eie.ar s3'I 9
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,I iVRl T ;: Guests of the Ridgewood hotel .
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:,::)' i JHhyardHoiroydl lWUi '-' refreshments being served after the camp. 'Steam Heat i;
Proprietor :
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"""j::"' '. 'card playing Winners of the ladies' Although escape I ..fi" Mr. Foster: P. J.) DOYLE: Proprietor.S .
Klili nearly a week ago itL did not'.b"e .. : : .,f 1 Ksoli
: } O rapNTiL MAY 1st. :i Prizes were :Mrs ,Cass of Cleveland .. .. ,
.:'r ,* *- ajj'T 0. come 'known in this section ot the .. ........Msssreee f
and Mrs. Marrenner of Daytona,
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.; f;;..J : .Qrches ra. un'Parlor.nA' .'-- ': Beach, landd the gtntvcanen's prizes -1 I are F':=all. With .a whole day'sstart T H01 .L w QFNFTA COMTEK DUVAL AND OCEAN BTBv' j[

. J.: WhitE Hel Pi n 1 Diniad.. .Room., : TiT.3: coasolatlca prize went to on horsebacF the -men were r r ,:1 S.
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HU'f. ,.... .' Miss Merckel: of Charles City la. able to cover a' considerable distance J ..,ENTIRELY HEW
ce GoVfe. l'1erbtbeon1Tl. ldndiA IiL1n.1DJ'.tonJl.for:. Auguctlne. aidy0'sts before the escape was even suspected C c V I
> -' : : : they went as far
'' Mrs. .' : It is known '
Foster Mrs. Marrenner Mrs.E. .* A Nice Place for Nice People. Running Water..steam Heatnnd, Phone In Every J 1 -

t; eMa.."..,d.tmcntas. .; 'THE BRISTOL,-Asbury p ;t. N.'J. =. S. Marrenner, Daytona, Dr. and as East Palatka' with the.- animals, _Room. White Rervlce Throughout., /T/AL-Mr...Foster' :,J,. '
iJ' ; > -1.- r1 i Mrs. J. P. Esch, Daytona Beach and from that point-it LJ supposed ,. ,, .
!l . ,/Fi1KteFotltat; -, .. and Mr.\ Dennison of the Seaside Inn I the two then took to the woods.. .......".......................................-.......
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difficult
', 1:J. ', r '... S- --- Their capture is made more :....N..........0... .NN.... N.., . .. NN.r t

... ._'- ,. . __ - bY"" the fact'that they took the : .t f
5Vre
11r. : H HMANWIUER., Proprietor '
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""''1(: ..:I'4.t. 1E.raIIIeversttlt- ', .tetet.teteretReRot.... DAYTONA WAN HELD UP dogs with them and the guards at .: NEW, SEASIDE. INN' DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA .5 r .

'- : r 'j"y a the campWele much handicapped I : r
\ 0 : This new and select family hotel has iust'been erlarged; and refurnished :
IN CITY OF iillSTl. in starting and continuing: the I : a
----r; : JE' NEW GABLES ST. search for this re .::on. t.. for the season 1910-11 to meet the requirement' of its growing patronage. .+ ; .

L ". . .. I : Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths_ _Electric and Gas Lights' 'Call"Bells">-.J #
the :
The two men have been at
t : : Rates $2.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Rates on Application' :-
-Daytona, Fla. ENCOUNTERS, A MAN ON A DARK convict-camp at Paxton'e sti'l for i :<. Hummer Address: HOTO:Li. ( ,- anOrove.NJ.< .. .*.,
NEW HOUSE. CENTRALLY some time and were to all appearances : -" 4" .
EVERY MODr STREET BUT CALLS LOUDLY ..................................................... ..
LOCATED. .
two of the most trusted pris-u .

''''- '": ERN CONVENIENCE AND FOR HELP AND STRANGER IS oners in the camp. They were frequently -i;<.................................................-.... :
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COMFORT. .
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I sent out alone and of late l.. : It $

fa Heat Throughout : FRIGHTENED AWAY. :, have been entrusted with th work;I. .<: liThe Ivy Lane Inn" .: :
ta m of training the dogs. j I.
ST. AUGUSTINE March 25; -Mra. V
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Iz S. H. MOSELEY, : Early last Sunday the two start-j: 4 t A High Grade House catering to the most particular people. Central location. i :
'" ** Charles W. Chapman, of Daytona -
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Proprietor. : ed out with the dogs for the day, 4= $3.00 and $4.00 per day-$17.50 and higher per week. ..
The ArlftiRtonThousand Island who I.; the guest ofIr.. and I
Ph.rk.; N.. VM: during summer.ofIfil. 0 .Mrs. Decker on.Bridge street was instructed to take the dogs out forj: Open November to May. "WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor V o-
eV the usual work out, one man riding : i ia
V the victim of & bad fright last night r ./folk. Mr. roster i'
Irk: Mr.Foster w!
; I horse and the other a mule.,3
"":..b; "" _-: rteteretoreretet about 9:30 o'clock when she encountered thought attention ,, .e.43..S.t.......oeSNPS...tlssat+...e.aees.S.eese.
or was given to _
re .....*+...........*....... a hod-up! at the gate to
Xo. 17, Bridge street, where she is the two trusties during the day and''' <.. .........aeoe.................................

: reur.tttarererevere. ar.. II..I.I........../ rooming. Mrs. Chapman was enterIng nothing failed to was return suspected at ]ght. until they i;; THE E. H. PURDY, Prop.
\ "' y- r the gate to go to her room j, SEVILLE Florida '
The first clew in the investigation i Daytona, --
r when she wLt suddenly: confronted j I

; 4+ \i ;THE,, HAMILTON. : by a man with a p'stol. lie spoke came when the mule and horse were GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON.

r ': '. ;> I in broken English. She ran and her fbXmd tied! atEast Palatka, each Surrounded by Spacious Grounds, in the most delightful part of the City

*. 'l'"* New and First Class .. cries brought Mr. Decker who is al I with a card attached giving the in-! e The guests receive the best the markets afford in the dining room, and every

.. ak winter visitor here, quickly to the formation that the anima's were i I comfort and convenience that a well regulated hotel can offer to the public.

eNeat' scene. The man made his getaway, the prcperty of :Mr. Paxton and requesting !..eee.....e......II....................ettie.e..... M;
"' j' 4O :
: but is believed to have had an accomplice that they be returned :

L :* EkctficLigfhts- ;; ': */' Electric BellsElegant : near as he gave throe low to the ownerFrom this,I. .eretete/eueuoueuor.. I.I..I..J..1..1...

; j,'t. whistles as he ran. The entire point the trace: was lost, but the S TUr DAYTONA, FLA. Under new manage. p
.Rooms, with -or without Baths : I _L OB CI eVe 1 an d kf
: .. .' neighborhood was aroused.. search is being continued in ewy : I: meat Centrally located; good table : te
.' direction from East Pl'atka. and best of service; steam heat and \tr T c
[ SIMPSON Pro .
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k:.. .', s t j : electric lights. Reasonable rates. P : '
CRYSTAL
THEATER SOUVENRS: ,
I 1.1.1..r.I.I..I..a..I..I.I..<.. ......... I
.MRS. I. XL, MA'BBETTE, Proprietor OF THURSDAY EVENING. BIG fIRE[ IN 5II1EAPOUS I -
a ----
i.li souvejii.s of ; .........&oea..eoeeeooc..G..0e tla''..0(lfeee.easTHEAUSTIN
.... The Thursday night 1 14
: teJAvenue[ /XK! Mr. Foster DAYTONA. FLORIDASCHMIDT'S the Crystal theater which: axe heldj; LOSS ML REACH $1,080,0(10.1 1 ( i :i 'II

: ueeea......................o>............:1 at the L. H. Howe jewelry sore until j( .

: claimed by the parties lK>:I4ing the .
I i ; I OVEF&OOKING THE HAUFAX DAYTONA. FLORIDA I. '
I
S S tickets, had not been called for in MAIN WAREHOUSE OT TYLER : j .
.oratstesnss. . .usesueatei/.......u........... time to publish the names in tbt\I\ ;: G.V.. SWAN, Proprietor. t"t "

. .f'r'- - HOTEL : the Daily: News so tbe.J.are given I COMPANY BURNS AXD MANY, j' 4!j t Electric Lights an411 Bells. Steam Heat. Hot and Cold Water. t ;1

now. The first, a cut glass celery
0 1 OTHER HOUSES ARE MUCH ,: 41..................................................... a '
_. ;Hearer Schmidt, Proprietor, Daytofea Florida : dish, was re('(>Jv d by C, A. Itai-) >, j L .
lough of Holly' lUll; the $second a : DAMAGED. ,I"- -- - -- -
I On the bank of -the Halifax River, one mile from Atlantic :
1thuiby room**sin le-en suite or with bath. Sleeping looms s grapefruit bowl the donation of the ; 14 NiGe..os............HH..eeeo.....oeseoeasessssoe'M

;airy,aad oerly,a&l ttave's>nJ1Y exposure. The cuisine and:eersdinirabk. C L. H. Howe Co., went to .J:1.:;. Lees l .MINNEAPOLIS. March :!3; Thf;!

Rate*,$3:00 jpcr.day and up. Special rates for families ation of Philadelphia J'a.; the third a main warehouse of the Tyler! Lun i;I I THE PINES MRS. D. J. CUMMINGS ;
aV I ber : Proprietress. ,
uompany was destroyed by fire ;s
w _ a.ee drinking cup, was received by SteIJa.Longe "
.. ..: .' .. iiie. .lt..tuetieasouru.. ; the fourth a desk blotter today and many lotber houses in that ']t An attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct fft

- went to O. F. Bacon of tfyanne:: ,section of UK city were damaged by I 1 supervision of the proprietress.

.. :Mass., and the the flames. The medal loss will reach { 338 South Ridgewood!
? ta V ifr : ; fifth a cologne bottle j:\ Avenue DAYTONA, FLORIDA.

rNetel" ......., ....... t1tN- '.......................... was received by Miss MabelSnider. ; about 51,000.010.After I t Same management as the New Magnolia, Asbury Park, N J. I
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'so" = getting .a *tart in the lumber
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'A JGVQ.::: ; "YIA" 113 So.tQRMgeweod Avensae. : i i ii yards Uw flames were fanned Uy !ill.....................00...0a010.0......0 o.09ei.e. '
:ty.a = -
, LARGE SUNNY ROOMSmlInuil a strong wind and the '-- -- -----
Invidious. : fight to extinguish
.... ... .. ....
..tahfea >! Furnacb
'' day asd y; p week and up.MRS. .. society reporter." hardest in the l-tury of the Minneapolis The Willmer The OSBORNE fAof
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"Why so? I fire department.
.;,Mr. Foster .' CELESTE SINKS Proprietress. : "He published tbe announcement I 1v.P. BH.-\ c'lI. I'rop. A. OSBORNE, Prop. -
;< r ',3t leer J J.tGlumn Neither should Comfortable Rooms
approachingveddiag under the Rooms
...,......................................... headed 'Late small anchor ship rely on one Excellent Table Only Modern Conveniences
VV r 'to- a EngagementsCJfe / I nor should life rest en 50c., 75c. and $1.00 per day
I a' single hope-- f'ti\"tt".t\1s. Rates Moderate $2.50 to $6.00 per week i. ,:1,

312 So. Palmetto Ave., Daytona. Fla. Steam Heated Rooms 11 Orange Ave '
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ITYHOTEL THE IMPROVED i: QUISISANA SPA AND HOTEL I ::*.....*...................,........................: f V f

...YV . ; GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA. I ; The HARLAN ..IN.. i
555 DAYTONA.: TLORroA. : : THE PINES Lake Helen Fla.
Thirty Miles South ol Jacksoerille. The Oldest Watering Place ill Florida. ,
iPiu Always New Ownership and Management : A rxninple HpnnUli nilsctoRivrchlterture! i'. In beautiful park of tail nines!>!. ext." .nding down to U.- l ht.... -- open pure : .
HOTEL perfectly adapted to thi.;; O\.lttt'd and hUJlro\'d tins ,. ,
.uoon. A quid, hom'lIk. Tit.I
dr. 1'1I1t'.ludeDalr
pili. r
Good Service climate. K wodrrneunr.'nirnr.-. .
.
ReaQuted and very is
Enlarged althful) ,
I and ., ..
, tn"1gorhttnr.: Goa 1 fOKt ooll V. 1{ I. 'I." I I' rurnl ht'd roolUt.!
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,; BATHS ThH fMinoiucJiiKlsann warm !spring.: S/JKTi-'nllonii a minute- Privutr I hath.! .. 1'oo!. 'billiards!I. howllnl. r'roljtr..t. ...., _. 'I..hln end gunning. .
Management H. C. F. DOHM.THE'PALMETTO. : Dg in niiinmioth pool under glas Italr I!.(.I p-r d,' and lip; $!I'.I.I'r 11? kllId l'I'' r-rn"I[ :I''nllluillh': road front .

...................................... f GOLF .f 'f Ask
y... : op = :: Mr. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Abrams Props. J

SAMUEL H. GROSER. Master.ilsK. i I i .....................................................
;;: Mr. Foster .
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.;kf t o HOTEL INDIAN RIVER I
; I TIlE OAKS ll'\.l '1 O1,1' LORIn. I ,
f I .
:- own and Popular. DAYTONA, FLORIDA. | ROCKLEDGE.JFLORIDA. Hotel Indian River Co., proPv

therBeautiful Halifax River. Now open,with every modern r.ourew.'Ituatrd on the famous IndInn River ut II II EU'\*A Ill) M. SA.MMIS, 1'uoi-. I
Overlooking o llocklfilge( the home of the choitfffct orange*. This hotel is furns.shed and ol>.' I '
like and Comfortable House First Class .in'allRespects. : meet the need of thOf-e wbo prefer good taste to display. Rooms with and without :' AVIIITK EnYI'E1.sk"Mr.Foster EVENING IJIN'NKItS ,
tlftth.k Perfect sanitary t'fquinment.. htwun heat., AMPLE SUPPLY OF I1rh'8t"l : "
Foster-: > --_ CO. CHAMBERLIN J WATER\ for bathing purpose ".nnill.Golf Boating. Fishing and Hunting. II.
Proprietor I
rhestrn Motor Uur and nil 1 trains.
ah'nd9Ptl\ Descriptive .
: \ : booklet on rt'lut'lt. I r OIlnl Till TrTlIII.l POINT F..A MORICIIKS.:: !? I., N. Y.j .

:}i.... ,\.! ... .. .. ......... -A\; # .-, D. .L. & W. H. WOOD, Manager:: j II........................eecM................. ..... '.

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sew yr. ;*.-C: 'Mrs.JObai": ''Nleho, who" has been ; the pru tau'gpTerninent t{ aaked of 'i wiiedy:.tae,it T\kla4. > "'ltkht,te.barmleu :
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Truexbury .
t ordain. be answered. that. .any bottle will, &t1' :>rO&aoeItle: :pr eliIIC.1the
1.. .d'j.. age:,from. jj.e:J-y-. ost'.',:di',.' i!y ," '" have' ;:just ]learned that James boar* .oftoaristi.
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c- .. the David, Sew.J] betwef'n"ttie'9th'and' 14diof d -'
:. r''r X ,.ha"oceaa itself with;,itS 'mlrvd, Stanton has bought ] midway ; great remedy. :P.4,;)
,, <' "DeelzablC: ; : OM. 6aM.Br d ',as macadam. and art planoe on Central: avenue and. July. 1870. On'the llth ,of' '.July. The Atwood PharmacyW :?ASitt .r T'Y
'Loc ions'iaY smooth'as a floor,U the, greatest* attraction -- ilr, Stewart' will soon go to New William snubbed Benedettt the Frencn :'M. HanWnsI i I :0tti* .
although earth, air.and slayseimtohicentciid York emissary and on the 12th friendly relations I '
of Ij air]
Part into' a combination J ceased. j
:be ksNet"utle
K. 4 Seabreeze' enhance its every'' charm.'.
to
r- famous automobile ....N..........N.......e e y *1M
the
beach is : :
The 'world'sstraiAtaway "YYYY'YYYYY."f Economy In the Home. 11......... ... .. ,1aaM beedtmoa4
every' "
Offices:. ETann111e. ,, raco"Co1U'Se'where.record has been made; "What the land'needs is an era of 'AifIVYs.r .
HEAtING.DAVIS
-.Indiana Wanda in the home." ALL .! F ,... .
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: records it continues. economy
,SeabreezeFloridav. and all these : __
a .woMlL ;gam
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"Yesr' !
... hold'without rivalry i Ire 1a a7arrIApt
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"' The beach'has a width of 300 to I II Yes..' Don't yon agree with mer '\ H';
LOST !
Pantliera ist MIl
,IDIJItI 500 feet scnd-eaaben uSed from before two "Certainly. but- r"- DR. raobUM aaastut .
II hours after/uhfil two hours, "Well 7'"Would I PENINSULA DRIVE: oMlkisrtlgolde '.'
CO TRAcroif high tide; thus hours giving for an average automobiling of- I you mind going home past Second-House Booth ot Webate: t.(1'r ;., I(. .......
and BUILDER seven or eight Store .
house and telling wife about .ors .
1 my my g
Cottages UT some part of each day. I ,
Estimates furnished Beach each : Itr-Houston Post. DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA dif<,es0lsi.i....
Seabreeze andDaytona: Diamond Brooch Greek 'QiI ie ......
::Al.WorkGnat- of Panth rapT is a compound <
have 'population approximately '
; a permanent jj "all healln ." The forcea
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anteed.; ordinances i signifying ? 1011U19 rutas; $0:
r 1500. Sanitary Very Awkward. I Dietetics. Mus O te-
_i$ hrfCie.Florida f vgt@ne. ag'v : =
enforced, streets : thy.Magnetic and Electrical,OIL:
are strictly "Your Albert Is going bald 'ain't 'e, I opt WJ y -
and sidewalks are well kept, and '* r. Rubs, Bait Glows etc. These forces ,
Mrs. SmJtbersrYes. u
'e are absolute. Treatment at office' plaatrf gt
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new streets ar* bzing.opened as fast Mrs. e 11.00: go out lift z. 14-s iMo
V 'C.GRANT 5 Probably on the : Peters e certainly get- J ;ot.'laid:
as, ,the ,incre3sicg population da- tin lgh 'ceded and It makes It very _3........ .. ..-. ebo:'p..tMI"ai rdnoiptia
:. PLUMBER mands. Besides hotels and.boardinghouses awkward for the pore dear. When 'e le seikri,
8 Water,steam- and there is ample cottage .accomodatlon i Ormond Beach. washes 'e 'as to.keep 'Is 'at on Is *eadto xho.e piaeee ark" M-
Oa.Fitting for all winter visitors inboth tell where 'Is face finishes!"-London ,plate wish the later
Phone lM1BDLYTONA towns. Mall. wt ot.BoathtraOne
eNt NNN fNNe ONO N
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frultiand: owtri.;
BEACH All the attractiveness of Seabreeze "
a,? FLORIDAPINEHURST applies to Daytona Beach, the two i Utter Waste. t R. H. McDONALDMEATS j terostlnjf of the of most QeIeplinbUo11l la- .

towns being so similarly situated. SUIT ABLf I "We aU sigh for something. unattain | is. "the '
The development of Daytona Beach able." j handwaters ot:the
Peninsula has been fully as phenominal as its That's right. My wife has never :. : Florida: and Western .Halifax and koga Fb8Qt0'ar
Pure ' sister"on the north, and each year been able to find any good use for the as Moondgrove. J'
Daytona Beach there is a substantial growth. The I j: i iJ burned matches."-Washington Her :: : : 1.1 one of the finest
REWARD s The Choicest Steaks and
.y1' Modern Convenien treat sand dunes have been leveled ald. orange groves taE
ces. RatesReaaonable. I J The Primest Roasts : lit Coast of 71ort
and handsome homes have been i*and 1-.am14nl'l.pretty.urroundtAtt.
Mrs. W. H. Freeman built for. both winter and all-year- : The Way of the World. Telephone U3 what< you want and we .
Proprietor round occupancy. I "Isn't It awful? According to the : will endeavor to see that you get It. : Moundgrovo oa.tu .
will be paid for its ret papers there Just seems to be one revolutIon + Phone 631J Dayto&A-Bal&t
after another." Aujustlne road.
: '. ' ." ." " turn to office of HOTEL tJ "Yes. That's the way the world goes .
POULTRY :
Promptly ORMOND or to F. M. | round."Judge .. .. ---.
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I Printing g Gazette if ifV It Is the peculiarity of a fool to be : better chance you have of getting : -
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yu :white !t II"tlBlnatly ;'ca>St., 'hr 'i:'F\: : [ Yeair"MeHltj.it' ,I :

the '"shadow:,doe R :. " ;&yj'4'-/---- ? :ISILVER
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win tbvLar 1IIra.aba40Is.? .again cast '''':1t' Dsreams .
a ...' ptece, jt'The former shadow i' ::1 !; ; tllt'
_-bb b.lt In forty NAdsr ,.:u hettged.y. -' Tbe' longer a" '" Extending from f arniehed, Will eetf #Mjt b ror -

Into yw1r the Vii stands_ 'In"one.: particular spot : The H. : River to Ocean. I :. n, wit' 1 lease ,for: 'Li'e"
& W. B.DREW CO. "
tongerwijl .thfifortner
= Tit.'y sbadow.be, '
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born bY hsibie ; ... ..- ,. 'i
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w # s. and every time 45-49 W. .. .. L.
Bay St. Jacksonville Waggoner '
worm bad t s( ;the?Mm*:results_ have been produced. I ,
: 4if pe!j :,explanation for I L BINGHAM i
this phe- 5 fIHOMI'SONI
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r aremenenis' .Ollie- ,1'State "
that under
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t IUraed twl : r the hot sun I u.'. :: \1
for the ,fro! .. 'K r1": *i'; being'- ; constantly generated AND YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND, .........................i tHtti. .iN'aiM_ ,. .
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ankh a napkln ''wra ", !;,body of'the pet ieum.1.It11seIt _0:<
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: Jlie surface In the form
F : : sot ;'Ilttte, 'mfcmte*bubbles. So
White botlerrR : very
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__ : s 'Bubbles that they are
:Vi&I'blej '
: .. i- .; the naked eye. 'MiljHoa .
bee.Atlitow ltber '7bfllhese: <" -, ';r ,'weer r babbles. are rising We are Headquarters ,for Alligator Goods and Souvenirs
'tPtbtepvW:: ; '|1. the-time. ,. when 'the

1 eiecretiro host who tried't'hata hia :passing'into bUbb1fj.&ftat-aDd..the'air.Both'thiT the. "gas- Is liberated li in China and Orangewood, New and Stocks and: :

J 'ga-a''and Exclusive Novelties. > ,
bubbles are so
very''supersensltlve to- the
temperature
# .etotjalLSom; that:, even one's shadow
1' cast for a
tste atbdinicg :
: moment across them Is affected. Thetemperature BondsWe
out''ot y faverc Ifd}our, ;: t Is .
i : substance' lowered.' Whenever the :..............0.OOdf+:......0..........0.....0.0..1..
qufckly changes position the .
r ow; Bciwtist, t dhado l w''remalns -'until the -
fa-on theanxiousisat4wben' : raIs'ugaln Ii| OAIITUI i MnThe New Excursion; Steamer *

; ;they,ridlcu,;dlne"r'any ,.outilntf."werm'np'that.slowly fades spot'and away.the Of shadowy course ; I oUU 1 IILAnll To. the Picturesque Tomoka Cabin | offer subject to prior sale and -
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theMfreafr shadow"
may be seen for .
Rill fda_ No one ever only) ': 'a., very few seconds-Scientific .;, 'Boat advance the following Stocks
Elegant
>breeding or gentlergood' American.A : DAILY !
;old professor, EXCURSIONS.pie.. t and
Buffet Service
abstraction' o Bonds1 compl description
likely to FLAME OF PAIN. on Board Separate Toilets for I.adies and Gentlemen with all Modern Con- 4
ace at notable"ezperience.janjr,. moment. His : veniences. At the Popular Price of ONE DOLLAR FOR THE ROUND TRIP. J of which will be furnished on ap- ,r=

It afee says\ "1 lectured :The Shock That' Comes With the Bite : DAILY TIME SCHEDULE. : _
of tho Electric Ant. j
home,from a'dinner plication.
4. Leaves Prince George Dock, Daytona r:50 t. m. 4
too teak!;understand When you happen to- sit down to Leaves Central Bridge. Daytona 8 55 a m. ...
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w e'intended , rest or take notes near a colony of
to be : Leaves Peninsula Bridge, Seabrtfze;9:00: a. m. J
it''iad'bee& a, 'caterer'sbave'thougbt electric ants some wandering hunter Leaves Ormond Bridge, Ormond 9:35: a. m. *
; nothing Is sure to find you and come cautiously .. Return to Prince George Dork Daytona, 3:30: p. m. *.
onrtiosteefi" was a fine forward to discover the nature oj1the
'shed';just.announcedwe intruder and what ought to be j Chas. F. Burgman, Owner Rt's.Office Phone Phone 171 1Red Black Seabreeze, Fla. J: I

'-we2etiavl some of done., It-XDU: _are;_nit ten afar:the ant .100010011000000.000011..101.0. 0.......0.00.....00.
.pajste; Everybody'ate
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ev scooped: oat the
ken and left the sbell..
bey dIetreased"over It.my $27,000 ::
--'ktoWa deaf* Aeroplane Automobile
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"it"iaarintended to' Daytona, Florida, High School

ft'n |reallyf6od and 5s, dated April 1, 1909, due .n

t Id.bapeshownmyi'J April 1, 1929. Price $103.05and
r On Famous Daytona Beach
interest 4 3-4
r>: tt next tune, then' 1 I; yielding per

=%: '. cent. Interest April 1.
tltocatanotber! dinner
ttekted 'opposite me. I
$900

curiously' after the .. ,r, ..r. v. .:\. } ..:..: .. .. ., ...J. ....:..... ...... .... ..:r.,. ni:q.A.Cv:r: .
;=ftr f.for he;seemed to be Florida East Coast Automobile
ofaa choking fit. Imag-.
_' Association, first mortgage. ;
aLT; orror. He was ti p r ,
paper case of bonds, 6s. Price $100 and

Tvta e, jere' -watt only : interest, yielding 6 per cent.
= {
& calf hlm"to'order"done'
Dated July 1 1904 due
a vchiid. I 1"-c 4 on or

kerttt ,andwatch him, before July 1, 1924. Interest
arefrequentras July 1. ''
bait that'oue. not -

I13ei situation itorFortanatelyJohn' 32,000 -

'hlsabentmindedpatural Florida Publishing Company,

adjunct 6s, dated January 2, 1893, due

January 1913. Price $100and 4
said one'woman "Is ,
-at .party when thee k s interest yielding 6 per cent.

blm. One'night Interest July 1 and January 1.
we filed'oat to tbe ; \h,
Wbere, ire. were seated au.,
'jor stipper.. Prom $240 '

a .my, husband sat
ti er'He': had turn- Stock of East Florida Telephone :

h acamaking, every- at
Company par. .
JtoeTBalt
spoons to a
%ben'
tblng were
tvtbe,most remarkable $500

-- t ;While searching his Peninsula Bridge Stock at 75. .

1*liandkerchlefs that

-4 ;Monday morning (ask $2,500
edrd something rattle
at. \\Pnra any inside AVIATOR J. A. D. McCURDY IN. Port Tampa 5 per cent semi-annual
tiro-surer.for ka, three
: salt Water Works bonds 30 years. Par.X25,000 .
spoon. They
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:with various Initials. Exhibitions in the Air
came from our side Daring .
brSband
was out of town Pensacola
Improvement bonds, 30
ftew-petPlewd hours. An1laWned'on'rwe. ..
I wrap- years, 4 1-2 per cent. Par. r .

,"put on my bat add .

t&tho.hostess of our last The Biggest Aeroplane Event Ever Held in the State of Florida $50,000 1
dank
;goodnessf she
'nearly had nervous will be the Exhibitions at Ucita Investment Co., 6 per cent .

: tha loss of these bonds, 12 years to run. $96. '4,
'have'been suspected .

rbole go'over'the. house has garbage been DA YTONA MARCH 28 29 30 ..t

in onr'search. If t

;own. silver it would .
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ild not duplicate it any I
Walt till I see that A total of five flights will be made in three days, the flights to include a race on the beach

!sr with the fastest automobile that can be secured and a flight at high altitude over the Halifax r

lot M oat, and sometimes the of Daytona, and Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. 1 1AND
tious mood insists on river and city
CONRADOATESREALTY,
*iver Isabel before Gordon my Curtis better These flights are to be given under the auspices of the Hotel Men's Association and ,the Daytona I TITLE

Board of Trade and special arrangements have been made to accommodate the crowds.


No 8to P. INSURANCE CO. INC. '

arm We don't' stop here NO CHARGE. TO SEE THE EVENTSA ,
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arettro tickets to thoCJrystal<< Theatre-tomorrow night at the Dally News
L .. office for Miss.Ethel Gardlner.pL'W . pointing a loan. ag :i.!J*. wap;os.
, NOTED" i. ., --. : r. # . the-classroomtretcblog .:* I ,' e;"P : .....:..

'1f .country/o t.c :.'.O. he' ,t -

f ii' Singer arid; :Violinist! l :) t ; ; SHOW: EVERY: HOUR other .hand-what:d
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LOCAL LODGE OF WOODMEN CHILD:
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Superstition. *. : : Cannot be too
V Miss Barbour Pianist "What! Did let the eiaminatlpns -
t _you for "
they bare tat jot
,: HOLD INTERESTING SESSION.[ go_by again ,Carl?* a lifetime. H tlNtof
"I'll tell yon. father. .Our the way to
bt?,, the college I met an old woman, .and' ,anything WTOBC vtl
... FOUR. CANDIDATES. RECEIVE then I turned back apln.F1JegeDde eyes being hfaa or,Jr
Blatter. . them uritb 6teamt s
: THE PROTECTION DEGREE AND a s Q trouble. If iedlsti

The Usual Course. -eesary I wlH 4 e ll l (iUnk
.Y FOUR MORE ARE ELECTED AT
Haughty Lady (wbo has purchased a '

MEETING FRIDAY NIGHT. St. .Marys Lentoa Sen'lee3.-ThtI'S-, stamp-Must I put It on myself?. Dr. NYl
4g day, Tioly communion, 9:30: a. m.; 1, Clerk (very politely)-Not necessarily

t 1 OPfN TO: ACCOUNTS WIHDS. Council Commander J. L. Robinsonof evening prayer and address 4 p. m.; ma'am. It will probably be better

Lv M Daytona Camp, No. 27, Woodmenof Friday litany services 9:30. Mr. Wilder ! If iou put It on the letter l
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the World: and some of the oth- will officiate. .
s Open one account for paying your.bills by check which Is safe and convenient He has not learned the lesson of life<
members of the have been
-r, =::Open the othfr for placing your"spafe"money where It will be secure and at the camp '
Re''. J P. O'Brien, of .who does. not every day surmount a; ..
tame time be drawing per cent Interest. doing good work lately In securing secretary > -
<' *i The active account will show the volume, business you do 'and help to establish -.. members for.the order, and at the the Congregatl al' Sunday School fear.-Emerson. I '
: your credit. The savings account will prove a sinking fund or reserve for will t:1:
+ Jfeady use In any emergency, regular meeting held at Masonic and Publishing Society, occupy March 25 In American History.,
hall Friday night four more were the pulpit of the Congregationalchurch ..
1804-Owen Lorejoy, noted abolition ,. ,
added to the local membership, whichis next Sabbath 'morning. His 1st, died; born 18U.1S8S .

a iPEQPLE'S STATE. BANK. now between 40 and 50. subject will be "Religious EducationThe -Joseph W. Drexel: flnacder and,

\ There was a good attendance Friday Modern Mos ement. Its causes philanthropist died; born 1883. ,:
-:.:> : DAYTONA, FLORIDA. and results in the Sun We are
. night when the protection degree organization 1894 George Tlcknor Cards, "an" an- s kline
,3 9 ;President,8. P.LELAND. Oashter, M:-F.OAtT ER Was conferred upon H. Eugene day School world. thority and writer on' coostitutloa- of Green (lip

xi ;,., Vlce.-PresldenU; ,Q',B.SEAMAN'. ,M.L.WAGGONER. Johnson, Charles Nusbaum, 'Vil:tam al law died; born 1812. eluding : 3- r
- .oIIIt! A. Roxby and Carl Saxon. The Ernest C. Bragg, Christian minister --- 4 :
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: three first named found the forest will preach Sunday at 11 a. m. and ASTRONOMICAL, EVENTS.. -'

pathway strewn with obstacles in 7:20 p. m. at the Christian church. (From noon today to noon'tomorrow.)] .GaUciW. -;:
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and stumps, but Carl Saxon, who. is Live .Oak. avenue. Morning subject 4:18 a. m.: 625 p. m.., eastern time, .3. Gr t '_J 1C

employed in the Cave cigar factory will .be "The Baste Principle of Sal moon In conjhnetion lath Mars/pas*.: ... ..: \ .
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handled ToaiaUti :
I he should be tenderly. : .
*There are two tickets to the air. and Mrs. J.V.. Gardner, who Four applicants were elected tomembership Episcopal Church Services, fourth March 25. _- %t' -r? "* 1

Crystal theater for Monday night atthe have been located with J. L. Lynch and steps' were taken) Sunday* in Lent-St Mary's, Day- Ward H. Lemon as personal Peppers !...:
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.Pa- Daily News office for Airs. S.i and family on- Fairview avenue, de- for the formation of a regular degree tona morning prayer and sermon 11a. envoy of President-.Lincoln Tis- .... .-0"'."';"

B:Green. parted Friday on, their return to team and for this purpose itswas m.; Sunday school 9:45 a. m.; ited Fort Sumter on a .mission -. .. : '

Troy, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Gardnerare decided to hold meetings every Friday music by vested choir. of pacification. He alsohad an They are Always 1 .


FOR SALE CHEAP Oldsmobile R. Bradford of Evanston, IlL, being requested to attend. lug prayer and sermon 3 p. m. governor of Sooth Carolina and

touring car., Owner going no.th. EnQuire who own a winter borne adjoiningMr. All seats free at all services. the commander of the Confederate -
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29 South Palmetto. 96-31 troops then Fort
menacing
welcome. .
Strangers
Lynch on Fairview aT'Inue..F"OR ROSS CRANE NEXT NUMBERIN DAYTONACOLD t
:- I Lenton services at St. Mary's on Sumter.
SEASON LYCEUM COURSE. , .*
Any persons having. books which Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, STORAGE ;
they intended to present to the pub SALE-Desirable: furnished: Ross Crane, cartoonist and clay 9:30 a. on.; Thursday 4 p. m. TwentY-flve Years Ago :Today.

liclibrary at .the library benefit given residence opposite on river trClO.t, Immediately worker, with an interesting and Yardmen ana switchmen.of all :R.! D. JOHNSON Mjr.i:
:j Daytona; modern improvements eastern lines went out in''East
at the Palmetto club rooms Thursday entertainment, will be the The Congregational, Methodist and
tt afternoon, :but were preventedIrani garage and servants' cottage.Lot pleasing Baptist churcheswill hold a, union St. Louis in sympathy with the
110 feet front, runanng through to next number .of. the season lyceum strikers of the Missouri .
Pacific
t, Umlag! by the increment service .at the Baptist church tomor.f F ,
Veather. can leave_ such books at the Ocean beach; fine fruit and shade course, appearing at the new Daytona row night at 7:30. Rev. C. completely isolating St. Louis. DAYSMarch c
trees; new dock; house in excellent next week Friday even- fins Miners in the Allegheny mountains
Charles E. Gardiner dry goods store theater : state superintendent of the

r and they' will be delivered promptly condition. W. M. Shaffner, agent. ing. This will be the sixthand last Florida Anti-Saloon League, wi'l address -' secured their demands. I 0
88-eodtlf I The governor of Missouri pledged
of tehe lyceum course. Ian -
numbr
at the library. the meeting. Mr. Collins !is S
by proclamation the power of, Spring
eloquent speaker ;
A Question of Sex. a tireless the state to sustain the Missouri
The Little Gem of Daytona 138 "What is the difference between THE STEAMER SWAN ,worker and a strong leader. He Pacific in its contest with strik x

s; Ridgewxwd, Ave., will be sod at firmness and obstinacy asked a HAS NOT YET ARRIVED.The comes with an inspiring 'message. in workmen .. A

a sacrifice to the one that makes the young lady of her fiance. steamer Swan, which should Everyone interested in the' redemption ZJToAprill 1 ; I
if. best offer before April LI. It is incomplete "Firmness." was his gallant reply, of Florida should hear him. 'In --
have arrived from the south last
rt= order; 8 rooms, butler's "la a noble characteristic of women; the morning at 11 o'clock the pastor '

;1J pantry and bathroom; good cellar, obstinacy Is a lamentable defect in Wednesday afternoon and sailed will preach on the subject, "Simon I l'i3 i""i _:
the following morning for Palm
;- cistern, electric lights, etc; complete men. -Stray Stories. and Peter." A cordial Invitation! is ; ; eau t a ,,
Beach, was last reported to 'be
garage with\ man's room, finished; His Fix. extended to all. .
fruits," flowers, shrubs and trees; a I "Pop what does it mean by being aground some six .or eight .miles Home Sites iJ

% httte park in. itself. For price and' financially embarrassed '** south of New Smyrna. The pas .FOR SALE-Packard 7-passenger Clothing ShaltFurnishings.

p terms, apply or address John J Randal "Being mnrried. my son."Exchange sengers aboard the Swan appear to touring car, cost new 4,500, has top, and Including] Interior Ocean lots teach, for;River sale '
be ,
owner, at his new home, 428 S. . ----. taking the situation very philosophically speedometer, brass wind shield, 4 cheap,half mile belov South
Rldgerwood ave., next door to Sea- -1 and send word to friendsin new shoes, trunk rack, full set of bridge on the Peninsula Drive. :

brings. 95-tf Fresh Shipment 01Kern's this city that they are having a tools and fully equipped. Lately overhauled Address P.0..Box 134, or Mrs. .
8. M. Dobbins
good time.In. on the prem
and guaranteed as good as ises. ;

Dr. Mrs: S. 'H. Jlhoades, who new. Cheap for cash as owner is going I
and
; Newspaper Circlet IT WILL PAY"YOU TO 10 =
earlier In'th .season purchased the First north. Apply to D. F. Farnham Per Cent }
Reporter (going out ou his347tb: Prince George hoteL I VESTIGATE. 1Nal
93-2t
Capt., W. W;. Smith cottage oa, Second assignment III three days>-They say
". avenue and have since been' occupying Napoleon used to take two hours' sleepa tit...ON...... .e.......-.-.. -

i it, departed Thursday onthetr night. Second Ueinmer (coming in d....4..a0M...NNNdN.NN...ANH..t'0......1NNN00- 5Op9nt'fr
from his 3.8th-De"probably Deeded :
return to Shrewsbury township Gandy
- N. J. that much with all the .work he ,had I
-J.ndgec' Library Cement Walks
i ONLY )-
.FOR SALE Smith Premier JUST RECEIVED ATYoung's buys a lunuilied Beach I TEN DAYS j

typewriter.. ,60 se, ?visablo" $5500 street residence; 8 rooms f

i.i !rs.4 DT.: H. Huntington! ,' Or- : and bath; modern improvements i A. Vandevord Daytona Beach ftifrt t
lot 50 .
Bah Florida* Irv *<< .1f Pharmacy : by about 290 feet. Adrexs t THE FOSTER
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