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 28, 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: VID00252
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
alephbibnum - 002072230
lccn - sn 93063916

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everything expected of
Flap tad, 'ck, ..r.' tc trett u je'r. : '.
< : ('" < ,,the/uneipb'eid:" :::, ',te.rjafof''' .l!}' jMr TELLS OF BLOODY CRIME. w will be done to help< along: ;

e,;;. .f'4 'N'E-W N HOME en.t to bring free
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':) 8ek. d:th. ,action ofbir.\Peck p all housee ia the city

.,': ....,..g.a, cIty treasurer;, ,aodreason E LISTENS TO EPITHETS FROM within a short :
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'k., -'1 .the'refu-a'1 of 1tfj e;cliy; 'coun* 'RIDMONDAYS OTHER MEMBERS OF CAMOR- FACT council does not bring 4a a 1

.,..; d.i'fG: : Te. his, ,bone audited, "the RISTS IN STEEL CAGE AS HE covering this matter,. :

.1Taiatt'!disregarding a number' of ordinance will stand aod !

:;I t'e@ileRts;i from, 'the man who holds the TELLS HIS STORY. .

-. itdtr .trey to have Ma accounts; !IMPRESSIVE CEREMONIES the regular meeting of the ; s.
} VITERBO, Italy March 28.-The NEW
Iced' and all -books pufi i isV to p. ; '
: .p Monday evening It was
'4- .Ali sb ., + murderous methods of the Neapolitan
,'r',.d.-e.' ; : MARK-START OF BUILDING. scenes give the ordinance /
:'l'' ,:{l' .f hl a1 request tor tW action- camera were laid: 'bare today by victims : weeks more time to :which
tl, Genarro Abatemagglo, former member
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'fw..;.m&de when the city: treasurerTV 'J tory an entirely new -
i....- '-.-- 'annual report t .:tb. pim- COPIES OF NEWSPAPERS, LIST of the gang, who, on the witness 1 thetic the :numbering of : .
t.! 'some' t4me,ago. It 'was:-dteciiased'the stand betrayed hU former associate**' the proper changes in 1 .:
the, conclusion PRESENT OFFICERS .AND OFFICERS I. There was Intense excitement: In ordinance. If, : 'f
i : 'aldermen and at the >

< .,r.che4$ that, the books ape,all right ELECT ARE PLACED IN the 'assize court during the recitalof services : : of the aldermen, it is

'. ,*Bd, :.that the heavy expense .nece arl the story by Abatemaggto. Other with the present ordinance : t
'aocouatan.1' hereto i THE STONE. members of the ;gang, being held as the and marshal '
toi bring an expert: ; hearses mayor V
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': ;,$eck up the aaoota .-'would not 'i prisoners in the s eel cage near to see 'that it fai s ; x
With beautiful and Impressive ceremonies by screamed "apostate" "JudasIs- :
:WrjfaBtifjjedTh& addfa(+men expreeaed' f day If a new < ;
_, ; themselves as w 0r raAiefted to the( oorn'erstone' Of the new cariot," "traitor" and other epi operator and it meets the '

'* :'fermitMr.. Peck, to ppnttiaue 819 city Elks home and clubhousafat the cor thets as the witness told the tcsry of eighth It will be passed and
I the murder of Genaro Cuoccolo: and
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treasurer without'fcavjmg the 'books ner of Volu&la and :Palmetto avenues stair t..O.i'.J' s
fr decided td ask his wife. the request of the i '
dted| but 4t: :was keep
was laid at 3 O'&OCK Monday af The victim of the bloody murderwas I
,-"' him--to furnfeh a.fcond at bnce.W 1 laces. of trade this!: matter was
':With the/clty :ibooks in thetr ;wtesf I ternoon.; If a member of the Camorrksts.- She by the council! several. : :
The ceremonies.. Jerf witnessed by but demanded more than his shareof
because; of the and notice was given 'by .
IjB 1'condition, and hair I ii
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good sized crowdrifl spite of the the epolis. Erreotone Alfano pre-
_;;, Iftqt they hare not been audited for; finger committee it would
tecianes I: Inclement weather.fufe Elks meeting sided at the secret meeting at which
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.ttvaea&et-ri years, Mr. Peck < or. An : next meeting an entirely: t
the hall Bout / each street and sent to '
at : on Ouoccolo and' his wife were ..
-:\wooi4; :be Imposslbla for foSm to see, two requiring that all Ili
refuses marching to the scene of the coraer1 death. The witness told all the I Since that time
he
four? a' security !bond and dered I a
stone laying. Because of the rainy bloody details of the murder and
t4i'asfcany personal friend as a prop- locked, further has teen done in: c
:\' This'|'.weather the crowd was not bola bond,
Wty holder: to go on as soon -
expected. did the bloody work.
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;'jeaklon is fully explained In writing A new record for the
Inside the stone placed: the
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': 'tq j:tbe city council. I|I''latest copies of the Daytona Daily TOM JOHNSON SINKING; for the and amount of fines &: : s r.
council
the been made Daytona
letter 'to
Peck
:", Mr, News, the Daytona. Gazette-News, NOW AT POINT OF DEATH. Acting i adoilnis'ration
'4 Which accompanied his resignation the new city ; was
Uhe t Daytona Halifax Journal a list CLEVELAND, March 28 ..- Tom h
I this fact having
:.1' iras as follows. ; ,
of the present officers of Daytona Johnson is suffering another sinkIng I Marshal
: "Your ,order for me to furnish fire by the report of
, 1'lodge and a list of the officers recently spell today. Attending: physicians ;
final aa treasurer at once was received ity of to the council Monday *
| elected by the local lodge. say he is at the point of death.If I .
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|f; : r yeserdayfaVVhen I, 'The actual laying of the cornerstone where: - .
I sent -to my annual re I report of the marshal
was done toy Exalted Ruler I
j!: 'port Feb., 8,' Hill, I enclosed a re- following out ,thelks' I1 r I in the time from February
E. Fitzgerald
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books :: 27, 202 arrests have
.:;:i 4 *t, for you **> have my ritualistic! ceremonies, and the ..1
*'.fittdHed'and thIS was one of many I I A and a total of $450 has
-'. We made In the past five years. 'I principal address was delivered by in fines. In addition

L )31:glecbtDg g your duty In that.at. Rev. S. D. Gammelfl. Gammell the marshal has on hand I
The remarks of Mr.
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:-t r 'you- ;have hade .it impossible: 'for bonds for fines.
t were in part as follows:
; >-me to security +bond, and sJor time there have been four
procure
ds most Im-
"What we do today ,
horses and four picked
would cows
,. sskfng. aax one else, It portant. This is an interesting and I

t;u t'be'consistent, for I myself would ;i'Important occasion. Not only will i I I impounded.:communication from the
bond under theewae =
not. anyone's
go on I
; the building be notable, but its pur- The I works, containing the
: "cftcnifilaWSfiB. i I I I III l f This corner,
is worthy one.
pose a of F. N. Conrad andV. :
"1 f '"Bacfceed! 'YOwnI\ ling my resignation : handsome justly :
] when occupied by our n as members of that ,
>' -po take effeot May 1, 1911. ;f j tection j
with its
structure, will complete
F.if Thta! 'wSl' time to have with a and recommending
glY s ample; been I three. neighbors, the church, the I II of Harry
which has We feel
m audited
books! '
T city hotel, the .theater, .a 'four corners, you do not know where to look I I II Mr. Conrad and Joseph
1 <',done but once since I became I '
; and ;suggestive, I I
:_/ er' 18 years ago. In the ..meanrVtiine the most unique I for the best quality of groceries not to succeed Mr.
of in our .city. I
.think I may: cay, any ii presented. The council
will personal that give this store a
: I I : give the city jny "This corner has been waiting for suggest you i dollar
of Messrs.
':ttarantee lor twice the bond re- this Home. Dickens has in one of trial. Here you will always find a II 1 stands i and resignations Chittenden and

:a'1';:$QulYe performing up to of May the 1-duties for the as treas-faith- hcs: characters, spoken of a young tempting array of good things to eat positor I appointment of Messrs. .

woman as having been 'saved up' for and drink at exceptionally low .
tc ', The city of Daytona has nevr !
; plus
has beensaved t
t. valuable corner
him. This prices. Our stock is an educationto than I G. A. Klock, city )
ourselves,
flatter!
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'1. }; .: for us Elks ,and we will try to jus- a customer our and

< > __ __ Le tify our ':taking possession. values. that he .......Il....HB ....
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-6 ; stood here. Just before us the CONRAD GROCERYCOMPANY by its i STOCK MARKET i
"1 in the :
:. orange ripened and the palmetto tow- .........tIN....N ... ;r
'} ered above the golden fruit. Before bank to \ YORK, March 28-Stocks
*/'.every person wants good food. Every those trees it is likely the ;sugarcane are strong and with prices
!j t PUBOQ wants pure food. You can gen- careful ,
t ,,;'*r.lly tell whether your food is pure and was cultivated by those settler i higher. Norfolk & \\
goo f by the/way it tastes, but you can- from the Mediterranean, who gave one aim made the high record at '
.'' ''Il t'do this with medicine-results is an air of m6terto the care of merit was steady at one to !
.' .,what tells when it comes to using medieklee these regions. Before them the 'PHONE 61.Daytona. on good demands and
;therefore why not be sure that Seminole may have pitched 'ibis tent I IOlk'n 1
Tau are going to get good results by let- Lodge
tracked
;:.'4lng us fill your prescriptions. Our way on this spot, or at least have No. 1141
l deer, the /bear and the wild turkey amnted 64 ;,:t doing business i is the right way, the Before B.IO.ES ;ork .' copper.-l........................ /2 l'
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y.! AT THE PLACE beautiful, river we may not know, we 9 Members laviied. A. D. Island. .. .................. ...... -$,

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; sytl1 of the streets wtth: their marginsof ) JI

.,, '>-- ...,, '... 'I'et" *'!!"' -. parkoga The entire city becomes Booio ' .

't gtMil.. LA Ltl : Wt..., ... 'af' ,,,, Oflet" ; with inter- -> -
driveways 1.
: < ';" ""' & fc grp t park ElemtorServtceJ . along, .lrlf. fili .. ,
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1 >g1b*1IrIttt.! ' '. ' 11"' : { i fee w :.tln5; upon i16Ia limit.' .
W IIIdrt! ':l .; tonrobKe! do r8, t l f-r- .. 0 .C
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hed"siWf ' | Architeceand Builder o good as to attract motorists eityJIMa-i r1Jt. ,
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: k>i baC"realized tI-iJt: : *f* vrozdd'beat:: 3TO.SW Palmetto J D=LAND > -
1 _Oaos ''t. e u worM-wettier :Go.stud upon *. .. 'FLORIDA. = And as for the pavements, pave- '..Jf r r'NT. ,i.ra ..... k....
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3 aele tiesateorresloadl.tDe'ke. -
:! ,J ments thai. look and act like granite iysift L t tI e. -....-
ihJii.i 'speedway and,see.thehappy ,;.. ............siNi.itHNNNN .
0' .. 'aouh :fJIt: tj' la 'Joyce*.'mood,'andinswts Tvhere else between the eastern V llSil. C..yAhstrKtCt. ....... .......
and western seas are fo many milesin .. ... .....
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1. C. TBOW50K. At | tbe'seTen, modem,rl o>aderit._ prooortion to inhabitants? The .* .. ......-
Jb LAMB ENGINESHUPMOBILES et - \ S W. C. OWN1HG. M. D. : pavement question stands with the aM.:" 4 T 1\_ m tt.

,* The Pfacld, Pellucid. .Halifax ,River. S General Medicine and : street as one of the clef drawing Gary Bert FIsb lAndU.President Bee- "" -". .,. ..<:.: ..

** > Where think you fa water wit more Obstetrics cards. T31: some unheard of place retar7and yeas. .... ....1 roa
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picturesque 4snmnmding? *early.. .a Iq Office Hours? 1:30: >>to.,1:30. 7 to S p.m. reports' more and better. Daytona Abstracts Furnished ,u'r- :, " > .",.".' q. 'l( .

tirstl r mile wide, fringed with tropical'Tegetatioa Over yak Place P'soae.39. : throws down the gauirtlet. to the and Titles" p :" .."J .1

artbJUc'w1th roomy 1 N IuN H' .IN.il.iliei: .i world. Perfected f ,and oIr 1 Ir-...fit

. .. :', Terandas' 'out upon her bosom Flowers Birds and Fruit. of i1
>- '''' > rt' looking Squirrels, and Insured Ira f ; [

.t.. ,J ACOB ,.ES PEDAHL f gamey food fishes. in countless numbers .fiHHMtHNMMMNHILIfI .. Whatever one's shortcomings and \ era .>i OI fi asssii otri sr

t." ClMiliiiliir.iniT TTnilrfr-. beckoning as, it,were,'to those -- however indifferent or even callousone Maps, Plats and tzccll.attom.- ...J1Jd.......
.. Der sd CraftsmaConstruction .. DR J. E. RAWLINGS : Blueprints Supplied '
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............ of Buildhta with rocI'aDd reelher bosom flecked ; .i. may b s to many things the mere a 'Off : "t.r fWilas i IL
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1 l1'>-... __.' ... .... ;*'oallllOrtlfoUee.' and Specifications. ." with duck',and coot and saowy- P ysiels sad s.rteoa .. mention (.f "flowers and squirrels DELAND, FLE. and operated
'.."..''!J.':<..&Y701fA''''_ ._... ,, ', ':7.-- ,"LOJUD......... f.- ,. .4 winged sea bird*. which. s2 about as i I.: OFFICE OVER KODAK PLACE : birds and fruits" will send a thrill the.ps* t water at ttMfeNlab0 fr .. fife-
Jl for the sport of bobbing upon the that reflected in distended pupils
:. Phone 81 is BONDLUMBER P:M'er.irewii! !! "
wares; watch that lubberly old and pricked ears. '+ :: : )
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< bite headed pouch with
: pelican a, For every visitor a spare goober ni tY .piiw ., HI. : -...;-

: IL. 'OSCAR. MICHAEL .. mullet, and that.fish hawk straggling B.80IM.I......... *...... there is: a bunny ready to come COMPANY odists (HodMm.aM Switiral.l....
: ( CONTRACTOR up'n1with his floundering load he and accept your gift. He will sit boltDrTight Manufacturers of ', -4 --
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Filling- and Grading" snatched from the water. I P. D.- .& C. M. ROGERS :S and kna' v Into the meat LUMBER besides colored Bra aad ..,...

Bee the beautiful launches spick casting furtive, saucy glances at you LATH - '
-' : I! Civil Engineers dists, are xepreseaicd
Kcary Hauling fa'Specia1ty. :
,. ,' .. -, .. '.. . and span With Dampen and lockers meanwhileFlowers.. SHINGLES ]hc- 'ders a tCOtiTK .
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F" !!6'NNNN bulging with refreshments both solid I DAYTONA, FLA. J I Usually fresh and bloom MOULDINGSAgents sad tcWildisg w11 t; 'l.q

and Uqaid ready for a cruise upon th sitajcry's JUZS. ,
Established 1S5.
reminded
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the
I- ing year round you are FaintsParoid it"- octupits' is newly fnra:-.: _

X' ELLA.D. TOY & CO. beautiful surface. Take out your field ......................... ,of Goldsmith's couplet where Whitehall Cement -throughout, and is one of "the meat :

'glass ad sweep the river from I. SmMins spring; its earliest visit paid ElDorado Plaster commodiotu and best cg3ippcd pMlie -

MILLINERY Ormond bridge' to Ponce Park .i.i.i.i.i.i.i.isIeRe..i. And summer's lingering blossoms Georgia Clay Brick -'scho the State' ,
; I Bond Sand Brick ola in _
: light hous, then say Wheeler the are delayed. -
I E. L. STEWART : DELAND: ; FLA.iAN1llS The trip from Daytoa to Date .
Halifax isn't a thing of beauty and ;I5
L,t i In one yard roses of varigated hues I
t X..*. 8 Beads SL, Dcjtoaa. Fla. a joy forever. and one of the modern iI'(|, - Physician and Surgeon 8 predominate; another household has ,. is 14 made' auto oWlC la -a#little

I il) wonde3.' > peeIalatt.sttiontodls.esrsorthe : over aD hoar. sad tita. maay
Throat and Nos- Office
Ey! Liar
t a penchant for the poincetta and the
. J' and rrsldenc MagnoIlH avenn3rd : L 1 & fiSH '1nHycounty drives in the vicinity of tbe TW3
The enchantingly: Picturesque Ridge- r darwestof P.telephone! I premises ere aflame; another Is hidden
w Offlce hours:9 a.m.to V.p.m. Attorneys at Law site. A good road leads to
: in a jungle of tall cane. Variety
East Florida wood. i iRidgewocd
: PracUcingSnaU
I DeLeon Springs,five milev historic
ti..i r is the spice of life and here Is where State and FederalOourts
: avenue is upon the crest I; spot, where 60,000 gallons of water
find it.
Telephone Company I f you Special facilities for '
of a broad ridge straight as the crow .i.i.i.i.II.i.i.ii.i.i.i.ior 1 The birds flit hi, and wiiHi their investigating and bubble from the earth every miaalc lit
I flies and the wide perfecting titles From DeLand automobiles go Tonttr
branches
; spreading
Ceiflcctions at Daytona' ;: DR. F. H. HOUGHTON : joyous note help to give fullness DELA.ND. FLA. .
, of Clio heavy-trunked live oaks extend to Ostcen 18 miles, 03 shell and
and symmetry to the picture.As .
r A. f.rLOi Distance Points their giant arms across the magnificent marl roads;theSt Johns is crosccdVf
entlst for fruits, choice citrus fruits
v'rta forming an arch and : : SAD : STEKART&BIYIsaac ferry near Osteen anal cats csa''tom r r

H. C. TH9SON.MLr. from these extended arms great festoons . Peck Block oPUOSE Daytona wields the palm to none for A. StcurtEgford continue to Sanford and Orlando 'r
Z2 West End Houth Bridge quality ana quantity per acre. There Ely .
of Spanish moss sway as the ,8 StewartAttorneys hard road. There is a skH iaestit'
trade winds from the .6i.i.1.ii.iii.iiol.IlI ere scces of citrus groves in proximity Mary GlC'
tropic seas .- at Law from DeLand- Orange City;
....- fan them. Looking straight ahead to the city, branches be'nding and Notaries Public miles, and a good road from B'w -
: .i.i.iu.iii.ii....... to the earth with their burdens of
H. T. 'McCLELLAN down this white shell street one has DELA.N'D. FLA. to Lake Helen a like dine,..
: T.E.Fltzgt-raM: E.F.bates : lucious golden globes which for .. 1
the impression of a fairy path with ;
: FITZGERALD & OATES = beauty proflicacy and aH desirable
: MillWork nsa draperies, but as you moveVlong
and cast an eye first to the ;, : Attorneys and Counsellors at Law : qualities would truly astonish you. 1. A. BOND mmi WCK ci. Arty y

'. :Write or ask him about anything 'right :and then JLO the Jeft you see : .S Special and Perfecting Facilities for Land Examining Titles .. The Fastest Autos and The Finest ERICKSONLargest ){Manufacturers ;- f5n

yom want made of wood Everything distinguished cottage homes in the : I Offlce In Conrad Building. "Phone:!$ : Out. do C0; Light Granite Buff Red tad

the best ; most delightful settings.See .i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.ioi.ioi.i The sevtcth world wonder, do you Pianos Organs Stock and of Drab Brick _.

r tho glistening! leaf of the grand I ask? whether large Capacity Insures Prompt Bfeipxnents. 4
Ccme from Missouror Machines &
II Sewing
[
t ,KarA Ridjjewocd Ave. Phone 123 write for Booklet and Pnc .
I j **
i'
magnolia which! nature has varnishedas ( @! @ (!@ froTi Maine, from: Kalamazoo South of Jac'oaville LAK HELEN. .FLA
o .
r. ... V"-
.Y.W{ : DsLAXD. FLA.
no artis*'s brush ever could; and .| DR. J. P. ESCH T* ibucto and you will be "shown"

the cabbige: palms with their burdensof ;, Here Is where the world's record for LAKE HELEN:

III showy fruit and swaying palms; %< Physician and Surgeon 's f speed is broken with every recurring ALLEN'SDRUGGISTS Aitiet
ORANGE {
I PiCTlESQUE PORT I see: the lovely holly with its exquisite . ,5{; Peninsula I>rl\e. nUb hjusf tooth of 'I t Surrounded by scTcral pretty Jabs >'- ?;
S; 31. I:. Chur h. Offlc? hours J* to:?p. ,:; .. season. Autos, the biggest the fastest and guarded i,. '11'.
by is
Next to Fostodw lofty pine trees Caus .
bury; ; see the climbing ,vines m.,ft to7 p.m. Phone'O, LAY TUNA ':! and the finest "
are
on daily
parade j
TORT ORANGE Is resin riot in the trees; see the cryp- BKACU. rei I.! Lake Helen a winter resort of no stTa.DitisSL.
I and the big show is as free as I II
.
.pretty little village mi @! I little importance. Camp Cassadaga,
PORT ORANGEHOUSE 'ojramoas forms which gain a foothold i the I I
: pure artesian water from the
Started five miles jn the great oaks and s::atelypalms ............... ............. thousands cf I JEWELERS a spiritualistic camp-ground is situated 'FLA.7L1.w.
!
wells.
t aoRT Daytona on flowing It.s: a I
and .1 DELAND FLA. near Lake Helen and at 'this
I
surely will
join in
the 'DytonfNew you J.
continuous show with
: 5 Dr. SAMUEL M. LONG J a constantly
"' Szoyrna hard-lur- the! cloru and say that this is a shifting scene. place several hundred people make

,' saes road the scenic S. Fred Coamings world wonder for beauty. i DENTIST !! G. W. Fisher I winter headquarters.' A large lumber
highway of the East Everything goes from a 2-horse mill and the largest brick plant in

Ooast. The town It Owner aid Manager Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage One Door North of New Mer- power up to a 200-hor.se() power, and Drug Co. I the South are located at Lake Helea. rsC
t. located on the Hall- chants Bank. ail degrees of
Homes. i : : speed from a canterto
lax Slyer, and Uauaected Drugs Stationery,
; with the ........................... a two-mile-a-minute cLp. You will ORANGE C3TfThe '
PORT mm No one of Daytoaa's attractions Huyler's Candies '
probably catch the
spirit when
:
sntnsnla opposite yor Kodak Cigars principal attraction around F
1Jy abertdaa perhaps, commands more nearly universal : do the roads and the beach are yours. Orange City is the
DKL.\... handsome ,
laid The oat town and Is well has BEACH the artistic attention! cottages.and praise The owners than does of. I The Manhattan Cafe I II The Florida sunshine is free, the D. FLA. I; golden orange groves.many The town is ,......-,-_tt'itj'...

Lots for Sale. balmy ocean breezes are free the I supplied with water
bong pretty homes. these charming villas hafl from every J for ladies.and gentlemen. said to be the
number of birds and squirrels and flowers are A. H IC03ALL purest in the
JL large world another
Liberal Terms : attraction -
corner of the country and they bring Diaaer 11 1:30 .
Regular to Daily. free the
,
and winternaldents sparkling fountain water is
tourists Allowed for to visitors. It is
their architectural Short Orders. Box Lunches I at Orange City
make Fort IMPROVEMENTSOcean own plans and I 'free and you.m have to go down The t that
OtuIIewtnter headquarters build upon them and, as the archi- Everything) Fresli. passengers over the Florida East < <
or Hirer !into your wallet only for com for Coast
Special AtteitioB Shown to Ladies.
of the : Leading Ry. transfer to and
; one FISHINGCODTt"nlent ecturs of one section of the country i carriages
auto and bed and board.
ereral attractlens"being to Automobile differs from the architecture of another I THE MANHTTAN CAFE GROCERDzLAND. i drive to Dclaad. The town is surrounded
the excellent Race Cour.e This is no fanciful picture; it's all by Und .
and Bridge. so do our homes differ in f 38 Sooth Beach Street I FLA. 1 peculiarly adaptedto
zshtng.A here. It is drawing other the
thousandsand
cultivation
I cf citrus
short distance Apply to outward appearance and structural i' fruits. '
WM. C. HOWES ha'dinp! them enthralled will
it
a wet pt Port Orange beauty from one another. There are,

.* G'e the remains of Port Grunge Agent Fla. no monotonous rows of strikingly i., ...N............. : charm and hold you. Come and see I..........................Ne..............N......fi i{
1 the old Dunlawton + .NNNi .
similar build'ogs' but the eye as it 1 j '

nab near mill rl lt a d every placer Port Orange 6WOOP"by is treated to a kaleidoscopic :. When You Are Looking for :. :: "From the Grove to the Table"INDIAN THE DAILY NEWS '1

feat by hundreds of change which keeps the mind J Some One to Do J j 1e
F tourists. One time mm co. wondering, "What next?" RIVER GRAPE I .

r mil the country west D. DUPONT It i* not only the exterior of many FRUIT AND ORANGES I :

of Port Orange the sur-old Grower and Dealer of these homes which rivets attention II| Electrical Work% i Grown on the Halifax. +
'' rounding
3 mill was a vast indigo ,OYSTERS CLA1tSPt.Ontnl.f'eDaTton"and ; \vrJj: they are models of convenience f :' The finest quality of fruit for sale : Gives Away to some three pe.rsons whose }

and sugar cane and the finishing and furnishing I i in single boxes or car lots. Special the
plantation.The mill give evidence of the eleganceand I J PHONE 14, 5J"I attention paid to filling orders. names_ were mentioned in J

WAI operated those extensively cultivation of those who workedit MUNROE & STEVENS : Every Day previous day's paper : :
ia early i c. OWfS I : __ ,.
all
out. Indeed, it is the interior
days but has been IBdlstute !JFORLAWiI : GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. e qJ
for forty or Reel Estate arrangement and artistic, furnishingand I i e
-' fifty S. shading, more than the exterior' Office Next to the Rfdgewood Hotel.GITTENS : Four Tickets to the Crystal ;
Insurance L
1 t ELECTRICIAN. I : .
Avery interesting appearance that gives a surpassing .
drive from Daytona NOTARY PUBLIC charm to Daytona homes. This feature i' i : Theatre and a Merchandise :
kJ J
Best
fc Js by oeean beachto Prices Best Work r f !q@I.
the approach ot Port Ormnje.fls. Justly merits prominence as another i: BEACH, ;'! { 'I II : Order for 25 cents on some :
i' the Port Orange wonder. j! + &: MESSING 4 r
.1 bridge, across the i 1 I......4................... i I. Successor to J-;. O. LongCo.., : local store. : : : : : : .

ttfd:e and then S. G. MWIjaeneral 1 I Streets and Pavements the Most .......................... @ Fresh Fish I ''I .. S .:
passing through the and Best. j) o
principal street of -, i McDonald's Boat Yard Clams '!. .
Port Orange to the ( Why thq Architect of the Universe' Established:: 1903 : I ; .

ruins 'of the celebrated Merchandise\ chose to give Daytona. the most admirable I :: CHAS. M. MCDONALD. Proprietor = and Rose Bay Oysters Watch for them---your name maya *

,< mill returning old sugar toDaytonabytheroad the most picturesque natural :: Railways. Boats'Built Repaired : Market oa Sooth Beach Street $ .

Port Orure.FU. eating of all the but cities that of such the SouthIs and Boosed. .. ti tie. j Phone 5 Prompt Delivery ; : be next ?
not revealed
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    +It..... QOKUMrUv 'IAW;, .':iii 4-: .k aIWtet+'e ;Home .f Society ior p.:Qrlita. ....i.'r.. ,., .......l''l'seietteh'Dobi' >t''I. ; {All>aaMare IMPS'if vr? -> l1i .Mfo

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    w... te ftMMtfftt' th. .:'a** ... Moa" .ri''to .. ...: : I.S.IALEYand t0&1 _be ..... rllllJ'I1.sari P
    place hotatlea depeft4eat -
    I- v. I ...if Uw .to*!**!!*., '1 ,. ntaAtotcd orphan and*&bH.ohd hair, :wetN: of tits ,tteeth" Ilrired hnaUa*'i._ tfci.*4 k'tl _..
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    4.K IDs Hit' Nt >toe t op the Ni keet} : Nisfriw et ; *, 7hl e'errt.1e. ltle: t ne' i.'e "" .
    ... ...........--.:'art'kw'.iN'k: .. children in food ta'ly'tteeato.Wtthta'tlie 11W1I11b..'k:snug. ** ;saa. tNuureof l. .' .. ",INtt',- MMI
    .1 peat six moatha thtoftltuUoi ta. llii Natl eal')' ;1.4. fl.3 s J, -. ".
    _, &" hM "MI''+tiet ;. ttbury:te Park.. HIre. ..
    -. V1M l4, t 't'Die provided: each boats _: bH ' ; } i ;\ la 'ea e.d lad:.t'wai;: _eeeK ... $. .
    /tM di'eteaeftt. 1a' th*" #; ... ft... TlittDwtatf tiwer Pte' ; i yLf '
    for chUdreikAt t itsll ri to{
    nearlrcne'hundred : '"
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    IN*.at Uk few.' for the proeHen the cxmciuaJon of hta ifleadM 'eleeplbri "t'ltfi'Citder". ....r.. are eknreh edik.. 'fee. wMlsaaut'sa _
    Yx "h.tllNreu: bM the MttOeduaatn Kusaljn rdtepe t tab*
    :'U".of the .
    talk kHUel.
    tetllsSatieeti'populatteat'
    Mr. hell urged Palmetto C.ub eahaaetDer
    A+ b dare dnid4ln tJ.a" to] : .
    rleet $11'f&tIk. lte "'G'\h' potteii.1 } brtes blur I \
    .wi. ti.'fcfee.mReraooa. with the-eloquence members u a club and au.o working tweets. 'rb..la.,, ,. procured 'copper r..aitwe the town"IBM": aa ****!.; ,

    MU ss of trttth .oKtaR aa Individual' tnerober to use their' ktttl heaped with tawny kind .of and ient .hii schoolL a' r' ... ..
    many imthetlo test .
    5' or eM ; Influence with the state leffla'.ators: (
    WML hafts and sweets, and &tajjtoddln
    .+*Mta 4eC; the tluelty' 'to4atehones.'
    ot UadertakiHi
    1 meting out .
    { w > W the : lor the passage cf the Juvenile began tout; LSTilt.
    ttte
    treatnttnt
    1Drp s ett te rrfe tg WulU' sand ha! audience to children ato Court,law and the Chfki Labor Haw. "Too .Uab) them my mal terr asked New SmyrnaTHE Thtra ark r any l1U her of| pretty + 3S
    I : arts Inijn&pathy the Blare.The, F>
    The Palmetto --
    have' ate epyltag 'a I dub at a subsequent homes for the .
    fug, ,with blI't'a.. peraaneat popttlatiea, ..
    r eihMlla 'elb l1fef cMled' He I meeting voted $23; toward the Chil vizier shrugged his: ehoutdera'These which numbers to 2OM,;wad : '
    attention to the fact Of ,
    I thatwae fruits
    are sweet-for the mo
    dren's Home Sod .
    .I.t ]r."'bridal, the tr.I 'I some very fine winter: nWkaces.There ,
    ., A M one of four states menthe said but show me a fruit .
    _: -t. h ;,....f..i. W 1W i lrhlcb 'has not passed a JuvenileCourt I DAYTONA the sweetness of which will endure I OCEAN HOUSE tare food 'liotrfe and. bbardiag .: : : : -

    'to .," ;:: .UMw" .law* The friends of this bH DESTINED TO BE even unto the judgment day.** I houses where you,can.fiad, accommeX., c _

    ',; .ia.........- "";'.-Bide, .. -, ....... ; +_t .1-/Wv(r: carefully studied every provision ![ CITY OF SOME MAGNITUDE.' "Such fruits there are my master,**. F. W. SANSPROPRIETOR dations to .meet your rtqulneaaeata. IEI: .
    ,1 i'.of<'thle 'bill cried the slave and hastened towardthe Adjoining New Smyrna is as:fine a
    Acme ; eo us to ookl any i I Returning to Daytona after a .
    :,_ IN";;f, 0; : ;diVt*:t b lt, Mesched flu.a. where he awoke ; ,
    alterations I section of vegetable land as.'caak;
    .i future or repeal, and hadlikde visit to various ,other resorts of Rates
    .t6; Jumo_epal tk ttrtta, : iWtleettbd[ the :
    : : : J. It: beipenelve starving orphans in the bouse of found anywhere. This laod has.bcan' etra.
    : a
    : the
    )I.set .Mak aDd \; "f ':r= to state Florida, J. R. Hill, U more firmly Aliwin and led them forth into the $3.00 Day tTrkr
    '. '' l, | pee ble,. although the per divided.into small farms which, '
    speakerviry saw'be
    Lt ,
    '" roof, ', ....61f.'" 'lt A u.is, tor a"sretor'boat' convinced that ever that Daytona Is room of his master. Overjoyed the oj i at
    1 :hare't:at:'jprtoe.tHat.; **** moan t eloauently said If it costs thstate destined to be a city of some magnitude , famished children devoured the fruits. Special per bought at reasonable prices.:Some I
    a. million of dollars it would In the to Ten; "Look, oh **' WeekEzceilent of the finest celery grown ia the stats'
    tJ; ; yow lwsltat. fir:yenta'e years come. my master said the '
    --: Jt THE K'rTBLJ.., BROTHERS.. ,' ,still be well worth it In saving. th e'rears ago Mr. Hill was la the dry slave. "Here you see fruits:the sweetness Huntingand is raised on this'land.' All other Tege !L
    : cbJdren to the etate. I of Fishing tables in a and here ,. :
    abundance
    endures ,
    ')ionvitle.. c <9'6t', goods business at the place now occupied which unto the judgment I grow r -
    I '
    : IT 'J : .f. '' : l Mr. Fagg regarded as one of the : by the Peck-Hendricks com day." NEW FLORIDA SMYRNA too, is the home of the famous;Indian sro..

    most: encouraging. signs of the times: River oranges.
    pany.
    .Recent
    .arrival: ftt ,the : ride .
    : eeN4 Mrs .M :J : I,the. change 'in the American Idea of' In a statement to the Dally News Two Little Bills.
    A :
    1ey, Blva R
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    .
    % .Justice within the past 'few yeal'6."The .I' Robert was in the habit of expecting
    Mr. Hill
    emphasized: the :
    e e{.r. BlteatKafe! .\.1:(J, Mw' .E Q Importance reward for -. .
    ) : former-idea; of correction wasp of a live board of trade, and enumerated every little service. At the .
    11' I".Jf i }
    G.' :D' & : ;which Is now changed end of the week be made out a "hllT < '
    .NNN .
    .
    . .
    the benefitsIt N
    NNHNO NO ONO
    'sand Mrs 33 Q New'York many can .
    :', : ; Date! his ,
    to helpfulness. The nation in its to mother and carefully laid It :r" > j
    produce for Daytona. "Without
    ; the" Lyiaan Stark, fAto&ata: ; : Capt C an where her" eyes would fall it
    IFn II development is growing toward the upon
    ,; If. :Davidson. , ..FrahJ'H'- Dearlng,,.JackWYlile : practical Christ idea of love and organization of the business interests The items were as follows: : The Joseph ZaplC: -
    of Daytona the city cannot be
    expected
    < -|< E Kent, '-Syracuse, N Y.Htea ...work being the salvation of the .i "Mother.Owes to Robert : .
    +i 'Mabel: 'Kent, Newark, "'N jjJtflM I to grow, said Mr. lUll, "but "Five cents for running errands. : .
    '. R: race, and the children of today are' with the activity shown by the board "Five cents for : j
    'Belle Parker, .Montdatr, N J, I being good. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ,
    r : the world's asset in manhood and of trade whlchou now have great That
    )>>r&'iN' 0 !McCausland, MTC M J H g- evening there appeared beside
    -. }r.t.iOld. : ; Town, Me, Mrs B L Lloyd I womanhood tomorrow. benefits can be derived," continuedthe Robert's plate a paper upon which was : Is justly called the largest and most reliable' "liq e[l
    In speaking on the Child Labor written
    form Daytona merchant. Mr. :
    "' .Ana trong; 'Miss Elizabeth, Arm- ex : house in Florida. Sole distributors for .
    law, Mr. Fagg said! that as yet there "Robert = 1
    Hill took occasion to pay a glowing owes mother for years of <
    .: :Irtrpng,:.Miss Angela Armstrong, l\1as-j i were no great number children In happiness nothing for him
    tribute to the Dally News, remarking ; nursing
    t "
    I Anheuser-Bush Bet
    < iter; Lloyd Armstrong, Miss Brooks I I Florida employed} with long hours that few cities the size of Day- through long Illnesses nothing; for doIng t Celebrated !

    :, :Nkw London, Conn, Miss L for commercial purpose, but- as tona could boast of its merLt.I good to him nothing." :
    :; a paper Special attention is called to the
    Ito Palm Beach, Mrs \Y ,P. ATm6l"1
    "an ounce of prevention Is worth a Thoroughly ashamed of himself. ?

    :Allentown, Pa, Mr3 EX ton' pound of cure," now was the timeto .I *FOR SALE-Pierce Arrow Auto Robert ran to mother, threw his arms :: MAIL- ORDER DEPARTMENT.
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    : > 'I "And now this portion of land, ,- 9 y _
    : 2< :: A 1+N r'tdERvkTION: grown: increasingly valuable as the ."- .

    :. ; I fORVOTfS. years have sped, has come to its noblest :

    ", use, into the high, service of: i.:1
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    r A{ i .'Tr.av: liiig Passenger Agent I ALL THE CONTESTANTS ARE terest on our beautiful! Elk's home. I h ":;, 4',\ _+.H'.r._,;....... : ...,..
    : < ALSO WORKING HARD FOR THE "People are not asking as muchas ; .__''"".- '" !f
    formerly. 'Who are the Elks?' These are tie St.. .
    DIAMOND RING OFFERED BY Tne citizens of Portland, Oregon lor ",
    : have raised $125,000 to provide a i :
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    : ia 1912. This fact needs no further The
    : 9A Daytona and Vo_usa county now is S4iantzYndWC.
    : A comment.. Its suggests the good opin
    the great.race which is being made
    ion in which the E.ks are held.aaW'e .
    by the contestants in the Gazette- as Elks -coreciously: dedicate

    I News Great Popularity Contest.. this Home to social us s.Ian is a I .

    A great special offer is being made social animaL The social structure j,

    kk.. n st .e this week to the contestants 'which in human affairs is patterned
    I that of animas! in herds and atteI:1
    4 consists of. 100,000 votes tobe The antlered monarch ,of the t ,, "

    awarded to the contestant who secures watches and guards. t '- .-> ... ... ."" .. >:- ..
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    7 DAYTONA FLORIDA. Ii week ending Thursday, March 30th. When I first became an Elk Ias Magnificent ;. ;
    : the sudden widening! I
    J This bonus of 100,000 votes is positively surprised at I
    .; Daytona Gazette-News Near South Bridge I of my circle of acquaintances. To 4. ,, -
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    II the last bonus to be awardedin ; '
    : be sure my dignity was somewhat] Florida # .
    r, 9:30 a. m. to 12:00 noon. I, this contest, and will prove a' stocked when 'Hel'o Dill sounded in' : "Southern's s.. I' I I* Lam".

    It i great factor in the final count for the" my ears but I saved my dignity, or i! = .
    Jackson Amt.s.dIr
    x MondayWednesdayand Friday Iit j beautiful :)450 Chopin Upright Grand thought I did by the response, 'How I I. J UFJ & SiCW" "
    F Piano which is to be awarded at do you do \Vi: iam.: Elks are all
    OR ADDRESS LETTERS TO :tl the grand prize in this contest. brothers. j 3

    -. : However: the bonus of 100,000 "\Ve dedicate it to the spirit of; I SOUTHERN
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    BOX 253 i votes will! not be allowed! in the kindness. When listening: to some .

    t.l. ... I I count of votes for the beautiful $50 parts of the ritual I am reminded of!I' I $CHEDI.LE._ y ..='_=
    :::;it-,...'' MsssmMNm..... I! diamond! ring which is to be awarded the Bible verse, Be ;ye kind one to' I -
    -+ i!.by L. H. Rowe & Co. to the contestant another.: That one Elk should treat;: FLORIDA SPECIAL. SO iaL rS SAI
    .':t ....... .............NNNN..N.NO................ i. who secures the most votes be- another unkindly is unthinkable\ I West aodj;Northwest. LBO.

    1 tween Thursday, March 9th and among us. I I Vastta# *. Kw T rk W A1
    J Thursday April 6th. "We dedicate it to the service of|i I Lv Jacksonville.......,....7.40 a. m. ". .
    lCrkee Tomoka River i In this! contest fifteen valuable! reminded,i I Ar Atlanta....................5.00 p.m. Lv Jae YiUe--.J--.R.
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    i Ar Chattanooga..t..g.3 p.m. Ly Savalnih.............: ..
    FOB prizes are to be awarded, aggrega- indeed the words are a part of our Ar Cincinnati...............8.00 a. m. Lv ColombiaArWajhicgton at........M. .>.
    "'..' .. 'ting 52700 in value. organic law, 'Do good to al m n.* I Ar Louisville ..............8.40 &. m. __,_
    :j :', The first prize consists of a beau Any call of charity, forgojten or Ar Chicago ...._........-....5.25 p.zn. Ar&Iti ore ---...:
    ,; DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. tsf tiful $450 Chopin Upright Grand will be heard Ar Cleveland...............-3.15 p.m. ArPbadeIpbuLr '
    +. neglected by others I Ar Detroit..........._.....4.00 p.m. Ar New Y orL..., ;lit
    Piano which well worth .
    is a prize by a lodge of Elks."This
    .. The fastest and only boat at the
    largest; stopping
    s; J the efforts of any one. house,- we pledge ourselves, I
    \5' upper cabin. J The second prize consists of shall be kept for these high and humane FLORIDA LIMITED. JACKSOKVKl&AXJMfrSPECIAL.
    >; a scholarship valued at $100 to Co- uses, and may the Most Eta'ted ,81 West and Northwest. : .

    I 3 r First-class Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin. $. lumbin college, the well-known institution of ail Rulers add his blessing Jacksonville-_......... S.Oop.xn. Betweea JadaovXe.- ..J dialer. .
    situated at Lake Cl: '. I I all time to come." iI i I Ar Atlanta ......_........ 5.20a.m. Lv Jacksonville .ii Jag .
    'f:: .'.j...................................................: The third prize consists or a I iI I II I e.. Ar I.ouisville ..........,... S.55 p m. Ar Yacon.. ...4Jf*'"

    college schoarsh'palud at $:;0. I Ar ( im-innati....._....._ 8.35 p.m. Ar Atlanta.7."La..
    tt i I FUNNY MAN COMING HERE; I I Ar Chicago: .............._ 7.45 a. m. -
    Steamers U.S.A.Constitution I The fourth prize which will be AT THEATER WEDNESDAY.;! Ar Detroit.................. 6.30 a. m. A* eviS N. C.
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    I II Ar Birmingham.12.15 noon Lv Jacksonville. 8-f1Ls.;
    : cures the fourth largest number.o?I Manager W. S. Snead has arranged j j J:I Ar Kansas City...........10.25 a. m. ArAsheville.79ft..> .
    AND i votes in this contest consists cf a I ,II Ar Colorado Springs..... 8.15 a. m. Ar Cincinnati.. ......8.11 L__,
    for of John
    aiNashville I the appearance Thompson J: '
    '; i i beautiful mission bookcase valued at :
    $25. This bookcase was purchasedfrom at the new Daytona theJ.ter"ed.- J All solid vestibule train,modern electrically: lighted eo.ehesaadtl' '
    I I Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Car*. IMnlne Mrricw.
    are now running betweenDAYTONA the Bingham & Maley Co., the I nesday evening to g'g': s;> jentertainment j CITY T1CKKT OFFICE SO nJ WEST BAY car 8T.,JACJaw)3CVlLE.tiFor -
    t Railroads i well-known furniture dealers and is' of fun and pleasure,j j I Pullman Reservations and Complete IntonnaUon.COIIUDUJIIaW";;
    and R. B. CREAGH. Tm. Pau. Af!.. G. R. PETTIT. ..P.A-
    now on exhibition at their store.In ] presenting his remarkably successful j i Hotel Desplaad. Daytoaa.Fla. JcksAe, JIlL
    PALM BEACH addition to these prizes eleven protean entertainment in ten acts! :I

    &! Route. others aggregating $2,025 in value entitled, "The Funny Fellows of New I :r-s.
    are to be awarded. I I York." Mr. Thompson has been on t

    Lv Jacksonville, A.C L... 8.15 pm Leaving Daytona Saturdays and i the road giving entertainments: for) -.
    Lv Birmingham ...........12.22 pm Tuesdays at 8:00 a. m. STEAMER GOES ON REEF; 20 years and in his entertainment it I I" -

    Lv Nashville ................. 7.55 pm bound South. PASSENGERS TAKEN OTF. is claimed he sings more songs tells j I ".
    Ar St. Louis, L. & N...... 7.40 am more jokes, dances more jigs plays, oooNOIO..oOOlftlI ....................
    Leaving! Palm Beach Saturdaysand CAPE HAYTIEX, March 2S The ; more instruments, speaks more dialects : -'

    Dixie Flyer Route.Lv Tuesdays at 9:00 a. m. Atlas German line steamer crashed Al'.emania: on a reef of the off i; made, plays more characters acd has I'
    bound North. more peopio laugh than any I
    Pointe Mardi Gras today. The boat! STEAMER SWAN
    I Jacksonville, A.C.L.8.25 pm I other comedian in te United States. i
    is threatened with destruction '
    ad'the _
    Lv Chattanooga ....,......11.37 am Prince George Dock 'I ,
    Ar Chicago ...... .. .......... 6 47 amAtlantic passengers have been taken off Miss: Barnes of Boston, Mass., who LENGTH 150 FEET-281 TONS.
    Steamer Republic lenves Daytona for St. in life boats. The captain and 1 has been spending the winter in the !
    I ; Augustine on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays crew are still on board. The Alle-i city, is at present confined to the j i
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    at 8 a.m.Leaves With excellent bf
    accommodations and service, lighted
    mania left New York Thursday. i IN i
    South Limited. Kt. Augustine for Daytona on II Daytona Private Hospital. II j]
    Mondays,WedneMlays and Fridays at S a.m. I 1 I electricity and capacity for sixty cabin passengersis
    Tickets on board steamer.

    Lv Lv Jacksonville knoxville, L., A.&C.X I.'.._..12.20 8.15pm pm I; McCOY BROTHERS .. ..... ;;;;; ;.. ....4.4..4.......................II I now being operated between

    Ar Cincinnati...............- S 45 pm
    Ar Grand Rapids......,.- 6.45am '' I CTIVE RfSIDENCE DAYTONA

    Ar Louisville-......-......... 8.40 pm Seminole POP SALE ill
    Ar Ind Anapoll ...,........- 1.05am I' Limited OF NINE ROOMS i

    SOLID TRAIN : each with three windows having southern exposure; finished attic, bath, : ,i I I PALM BEACHand

    Three first-class Electric Lighted Electric Lighted Throughout. +: lavatory and large butler's pantry with hot and cold soft water. City water :

    Trains, Berth Lights, Dining Carson 2 also connects. Best of modern furniture, electric lights, furnace besides II
    each train,a la Carte. : large fire in .j
    place
    living room, spacious;: piazza; servants rooms and garage I
    4' : out,;i e buildings.; Price I
    f. 17,000, includes piano, electric phaeton and : I J
    + charging plant Lot SOxSOO, containing small orange grove and ten other + if Intermediate Points through the Piet rcf; -e lieuand I
    Louisville S Nashville R, R. .. ,p oeI : varieties of trees. Inquire 10 to 12 a. m., 3'J: North Ridgewood avenue. Indian River Route. .


    T. B. WALKER ru. Pass. Agt.118W.BayS1.JacksonvilleFta.. . i,I gltgOPi :......................................,...........o : !I I Leave Daytona Thursdays.. '.. _. &8'0' a. III I

    i i .: i CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS .+............... ........ ..' .+O+...vw+vy..M.Hf. ;! =i Leave Palm Beach Mondays. ................ 8:90 a. >n
    : AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. .1
    ..etisiettoeeteeJies4o0et-meso Observation Compartment and Sleep- BOND LUMBER COMPANY !! I I FOR TICKETS AND STATEROOMS I
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    Nice Assortment of 1 inyCars. Individual berth lights. Free
    Lv.Reclining Jacksonvillei0 Chair Car, Dining.Car. + Manufacturers o! + : :: \ SK AIR. FOSTKK
    I CROCKERY Ar. Chlcago. ... ... ..7:15 a.p.m.m.Ar. ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS i .
    o Ft.Louis.:::::::........:::.:::::::::: ,7a> a.m. Lath. LUMBER : =I II
    2: At Reasonable Prices : For sleeping car r{> n-8t1onland! railroad + Shingles Flooring Ceiling Brick Lime and Cement in Stock I I AGENT 102 BEACH ST., DAYTONA.
    tickets addressH. : Offlce and Yard I
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    I "I have. the following r:pat. to *Seafcreese" : ,' Florid*',_ L f,:

    : : I make, and would ask that ,your honorable : Hotel Bkdufone. Chicago niqicy
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    ; : : ; 'I I order tiled the open ditches across ; TITE ,INVITE INSPECTION.ROOKS & or Ea Sutewi.,: *Bu"Florida. Bs.......
    : the property south of the raKroadstation : Table arab kest of ererytya la MMM.. T i r..I' 't t.r
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    ; :- J nolla avenue from First: street; :. to the DAY TONA. FLORIDA.. .
    railroad. Now open for the third season under the liberal management of A.H. i
    : ; . LANE,proprietors o(Boston. The Bennett la Urst-class In every particular.features .. '
    "That the marshal be instructed are-Superior table white employes. a modern house a genial. ... .-'- '
    to order all people; who deposit garbage I.i atmosphere and a location on Daytona boulevard,R1dJf\Rood arena T1nt. lea- -> 4
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    ( 1 in .holes dug in ',the (back' yardsto Summer Resort-The Oceanside aced Cottages. MirtkWaif., '. t .
    have the same put in cans and I'+ eNN...es...................s.e.io ;
    ,'taken away asoften as they required

    'That the marshal be instructedto e.oee.ee.eee . . -
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    !: to see that ,they are all covered. soI I THE PROSPECT -
    they will be mosquito tight.
    : Respectfully, II 109 South Rid e.ood ATC, ;.
    "DR. G. A. KLOCK I 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-otlicI. : h
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    'City Physician and Health Officer."
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    The yacLt Rondo departed Tues- i. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. : '
    ; : \ : toj I d ,morning from the Halifax River :: BOTEL SENECA CORNER DUVAL AND OCEAN HTO. '"
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    : Yacht Club wharf' for-a two or threeweeks'
    cruise to Pam Beach bar Ii ENTIRELY NEW. : .:
    ; : Albert Bennett, Proprietor C R. Bennett, Manager '
    ing on board her owner, J. Mortimer : i
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    Smith, wife and daughter Miss : A Nice Place for Nice People. Running Water. steam Heat and Phone In t'

    '' ; Jaqueline, Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs ,,I :. Room. White Service Throughout. +S1.Mr. Z".rJ'.f.

    Alice R. Dan i-els, of Orlando ) ........HO.oHtH OOe.s.ee..................... w ee+...
    and Mrs. Reade of Erie, Pa., Ir'l
    Mr. Smith's brother, H. M. Smith. :.................................... ................

    The cruise had been: planned for H HMANWOLER.. Proprietor .
    NEW SEASIDE INN i :
    earlier in the season but had to be I I DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA

    deferred owing to J. MortimerSmith's I : This new and select family hotel has just been enlarged and refurnished :

    illness.. He .is now, howe\er'l : for the season 1910.11 to meet the requirements of its growing patronage. t to
    looking and feeling weJ.Ir.. Smith Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths Electric and Gas Lights Call Bells 4

    and his party have been on board : : Rates $2.50 per Day and Upward. Weekly Raes( .. Application :
    the Rondo since their arrival from i Summer Address: HOTEL LECHKVALIER, Ocean GrOTe. N. J. )
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    J BREAK IN ELECTRIC LIGHT i ..................................................... .


    i WIRE ROUSES SLEEPERS.,I I "The Ivy Lane Inn" I _1',.

    = Shortly after m'dnght: of Saturday j} :
    C. R: M. Sheppal, A\Jio o. j J A Hi igh Grade House, catering to the most particular 1 people. Central locatio.
    cupies rooms over h' : west cad of the Centra'bridge, was'' S Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ. Proprietor
    : awakened by a no se like the s rik ;
    tt'a. O ../?*< Mr. Foster i
    Tug of sleet aga'n-s.: ;: the window and
    : on rising found it to be caused 'by, ..0...N..NO....N.........SNOS.e.SOHS.NH.4e..9.
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    break in the insulation of an electric ', 1,

    light wire on the opposite side1: THE SEVILLE E.H.PURDYProp.Daytona. .
    | a of the street. Several other parties I I Florida
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    : GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON.
    a awakened by the noise of the es ap.1
    Surrounded by Spacious Grounds in the most delightful part of the City
    : Lng current and nctice was sent to I The guests receive the best the markets afford in the dining room, and eray '
    the plant. A force of men was> sent I comfort and convenience that a well regulated hotel can offer to the public.9E9B9B9B9B9B9B9B .

    to the place and worked until daylight ..............eoe...................eauetseee.eeesI..
    I I repairing the break and putting '
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    DAYTONA FLA. new manate- Jmcnt.
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    : t Centrally located, good table ..
    left standing beside the new one and I II S and best of service, steam heat and tir T e.
    I the friction on this pole had worn j| J electric lights. Reasonable rates. WJ' SIMPSON, rope j

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    | I which the wire re ted had .been seton :
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    I i the break in the cable atd bating i
    I aguinst i the building across the street I i I OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DATTONA FLORIDAG.

    formed an alarming scene to the,: I
    \V. SWAN
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    people of the neighborhood who \\ '
    , .. I n3 se4 it.RAILROADS. it'I'I I Electric Lights and Call Bells. Steam Heal Hot and Cold Water.

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    I I PREPARING I'
    : .' j TO HANDLE THE TROOPS. Nsooeeet+...ra..........a..e oee.e.e.eo0e.e. tle.eee.
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    1 SAN ANTONIO, Tex., March .,S- THE MRS. D. J. CUMMINGS,
    I: I Toe railroads are preparing to han PINES Proprietress. d
    I dIe a sudden movement of soldier An
    a attractive Modern Hotel. Table and service under direct
    General Carter rt"fUSE'S to diaeu the I
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    t I: 338 South Rid ewood Avenue, DAYTONA

    a I WHEAT OPENS HIGHER; 1 I Same management as the New Magnolia, Asbury Park rt.i: :

    : ;: I PROVISIONS STRONG.,: O.. ..oe.................................. -.-. --

    I CHICAGO, March .!S-The wheat. : -----
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    ( J market opened firmer today at 1-S !
    I j I: ; () .- i to 1-4 higher. May was quoted at The Willmer The OSBORNE

    V J.S 1-ic. Proris'onsere stronger : 'W. <'. BKANC'II, Trop. A. OSBORNE, Prop
    I| with trading light. :Mapork, $16):!;, Comfortable Rooms I Rooms Only Modern Couvemen

    : !'.'trd JS(57\ rb> : $901(* Moss uw"e! Excellent Table II SOc., 75c and $1.00 per day
    r. to ten his&-r) ai.
    I 312 So. Palmetto Ave.. Daytona Fla. I Steam Heated Rooms 11 Orange Ave

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    : THE PINES Helens Fla. :
    I The Oldest Watering Place in Florida. I Ina lP2tutl1ul purk of taU .... ... .. .
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    ....ioii. archltrrur. .'. t.erf.-rtly tMUiptfd to thl" ovate', and hUIJCO\"td thio ....U.on.! ut.., hung,'tike pl.,," t 01, \ I 10' ,..d.n:.AIr
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    I! -t linint* in 1-.rhlu.llfT'nrdinc! long (<'ltoth.j .
    I i top at C.r....n .'Uprima on \our May :: Ask lrlr. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Abrams, Props :

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    !' .-. !ttuatetl on thO' famous Indian RT! ,at I EU".AHU.\1.: ..\. %I.\IJ: l'(...... :
    This hotel is fiirn htd and op rattd to
    tt'to dlsplaj. Rooms with and without private NIITESERVICEh.Mr.Foster. 1VENIN(: DINNKKSSUMMr.K :
    heat AMPLE SUPPLY OF PURE SOFT -
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    t.'l. .. boars after until two boar before handled great skill ia the ruder -

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    this week commence their ck-pa.-tmel bite welcome JUOgooct -= .:2H-S
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    Gels J'tW.D&J'Ia taodiSioa for all winter risiiars in

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    'i FLORIDA.Kodrnt applies to Daytona Brach, the two : The New Excursion Steamer t:,:. R. H. MCDONALD :1 *!!P111A

    towns brag so similariy siteaied.The I SOUTHLAND : :1
    ? drrtloptaeil of Dxytosta Brach FITZGERALD : To the Picturesque Toraoka Cabin : MEATS 41 '
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    sister on the r.rtr. and carft year 3a II t BoatforEleRsatPeo .1 s.lisstl_srw.
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    OoarcnienBeu saad dcses hare bcra lereled pie. Buffet Service I
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    KnuW.II.IT.- built for both, winter and all.yearromid Damara Fla. I .. TCl ences. At the PopolAr Price of OHE DOLLAR FOR THE ROCKD TRIP. Tekphose! at wiist you want Sad w. .,, ?
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    Promptly executed at J Leaves Ormond Bridge. Ormond.9:3.: a. m. .
    I Fine Job j. Return to Prince Gorge Dock Da}tool.3:30 p. m. . Tie!"'rlfcrr yea have year order the .
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    for thirty days, but we 3Z I I I'I! !I S Lots 7, 8, 9 JO, U I, each .


    reserve the right to raise them O J-z I 79x346, $300 each.


    after that time.ccIqHFo. >a i I' j Lot J2, 100x346, $350.

    1:1 I Lot 13 100x346 $400.
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    --n. ._...... ..' t ,linkup:with:;the administration. -a-possibility.othe'near'fature: ?, ''Can ,- "}" --
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    '. t-, _' J : t,i." K"'IiJ":. '; ,y.tY.1' \' i>>\ -.r!:.'rt' ?-.. ;. The, .exac' f status, of the .agreement ads Is'more nearly' related to. us thanto I H......Hiii.ya...HiI u.H )
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    .4....c ; . .... .IT rtedTarietH8 t'verbal taa'y. :Here seems'.to. be-this: It must be ratifiedas .! Great :,Britain. Her Interests :are ie, '

    . ,!;ft"" 1 :'a'xmpieIn: ; fifty;years;theDomin I 4__whole':''or rejected as a whole- Identical with ours. Her natural out -M i a

    ,: Ft .,liov ,may ; : far'outstrip the mother Thor can be no amendments. It must let and market are through the United : r t '

    ....... JeI_rll F "'.th4tthe"ld.ngblm: :; s C lt will resort -= receive ;a majority in both bouses of States. The, natural course of'trade Is PJkPERTYJi I Ie

    :1-.:: .- oee ,of tIIIt ...... into American' : A "-! itmidoer'aotf go tarp the-, tsardbeaded. ? will, pass it' without question. aud It ,Is rapidly becoming more Ameri- , -'
    Canadian Is probable' that the present house will can 'than English. Is reciprocity an -BEACH.I. '( .
    'farmer. however.
    _
    ... AliMdjftfr SILVER
    t. j best
    : : The mederaj ;
    ; entering wedge? Is the last great European -
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    '-. He:smiles>ynlcany! -as:hew: reflects tha do the same. So far as the attitude\ -
    _ .--#. of coatI7.Ik and-'.p' =d 1 Along the; dJant;
    aa Great 'Britairr it Is, hostile. The new senate wilt to sever her bonds? furnished. Will
    everything and has' sail
    at
    receivecl -
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    i = from
    Ji tomDcwnts: Extending
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    be .
    favorable
    more the
    ; In return only question ;
    ,
    nothing but three '
    3hei eerlotiis'}iions j .cHeers.: being as to whether there will be I Courage >and the Flea.. :' River to Ocean : gain .or will .lease for :t'1

    -tW' / l fecom:;: xThe, ,'Uberals .In England'ke a far enough new accessions favoring the Courage Is resistance to fear, mastery r.. .. J 'eare. ::
    wit be approved.--by'nth'tti '" more proposal to carry it of-fear not absence of fear. Ex .
    composed, view of vtbe..situation. :; FOR SALE OR RENT : T
    this ie llou _:It may not gef'1 1e1ther'fh ,Many{-fayor'tbe proposal of Canadian There are two views as to the effects cept a creature be part coward. It U "' _

    ; Me! 'The,...;,generalin {'1 T4iprocIty; with' the\Dnlted, States on of Canadian reciprocity on Amer- not a compliment to say it is brave; It 0r L.; Waggpntij
    WMhington I a thai' the ground'that'it will be In ican farmers. One Is that the tariffon is merely a loose misapplication of i 1M.
    . : ; r:Itt wflby a step the BINGHAM T"OMPS '
    "tihose; '= .' Erection of, 'freer trade. The farm products Is of little or no I the word. Consider the flea-Incomparably ; rWe'i, .sw. B.*. auI i
    of > ; ; sameg ,
    r eenta-
    . ... rei $ .
    :
    'J" .t 4' benefit to the farmer since he I the bravest of all thecreatures r ao <
    Ibo.+trevly:ate!"w&l"be ,huog"uptfee ;: the:era"allgnnient i; observed among a surplus above the amount produces of God if Ignorance of fear wore .. ............a..I...... ,.. ..'I.-. ..!! ,
    .. : Canadians
    ctfa; l', : themselves. The Ub- .
    ;Benate. eieils needed for home consumption and the courage. Whether you are asleep or
    )siupport .the' ,
    /' '_ ; i'agreetiueat-i.. ? ;measure, the Con-* prices) received are therefore fixed In awake be will attack you caring i iI i 1,
    vervatiyes
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    .#'Ufj&tJ.at'au.:_ : ", Ifrby 18 slmply., :a'rea:' bl"contr oppose.both at As London the Liberals'Mon'treaJ.the are the markets of the world. Advocatesof nothing for the fact that In bulk and
    and '
    don. ; ;thtf.twreepectlve g VpTAttaeets \' this theory believe that the adoption strength yon are to him as are the '
    l legtelaturea=Wit.t groanings of the opposition massed armies of the earth to a suck
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    of Canadian reciprocity will have a f '
    : Iat _,# tainstattl+frpra:, fog 4 af.. plll probably have )little effect on. the negligible effect on our farmers. At1' ing childHe lives both day and

    .,, the tlvo,count! ; !The.bHl enr.ttteee .. ., It is tint without significance the 'same time it will not materially f night and all days and nights in the
    '"recomm idatloBs ,must'seas tbatit/should, be>the Conservatives InCanada. reduce ,prices to consumers. It will I' very lap 'of peril and the immediate Stocks anBonds
    I
    .". 1.tb :i :}'T. :'any;. : :and England who fight the tend however, to prevent grain corners ,presence of death and yet is no 'more : .
    _ thrift: I urea;:FIn:,'tlte''case'of: proposition and the standpatters who and stock market manipulations. afraid than is the man who walks the -ft '.

    _:.':-;"congress. thta;,means 'that') it;: i are" agalnst'lt. ', In the United States. The other view is that the fie importation strrff "f a city that was threatened

    te in,thefro ae';=and :be'' I II: JKaay: Important Reductions.. of Cnnndlnn fnnn prodm-ts l bj an earthquake ten centuries be-
    biJ.tbat;bj&efof jt: gotke i: fore. When we speak of Cure Nelson
    'fThe articles the will rednc American prl.pq nnd will at-
    : made free uDder icgreement
    : ) inn, and Putnam who "didn't know =
    ..i-at ; ; m j y..vote each as men
    cover tract hosts of American farmers to the
    foodstuffsand
    generally
    wilt tarry It:to footage what fear was" ought always -
    :president.v : ' : SupI I we tto \
    ; tbe necessaries of life including cheaper lands of the Dominion. ''i
    ., add the flea-and put him at the head
    _
    .' .: .1' ,'t" aU of this Idea that the
    kinds of live stock grain, fresh porters aver only : .
    ttnderstaaiiBff'were: of the procession.-Mark Twain. =
    i ; really American beneficiaries of We offer sale and
    it onld"not;'go to''fte"lower'' vegetables and fruits, poultry butter., reciprocity subject to prior
    '; 'j eggs,, fish and sea food cottonseed oil will be the consumer, the railroad and
    mt ftlCbGt' ; would requlre'rat1llcait lumber and wood, products, wire some the manufacturer. .In the matter of The Original Paul Pry. advance the. Stocks ,
    'tlld : iatbe{ :which would Thomas Hill familiarly called Tern following
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    i ';p :jt l :' Ot.h1rdJOte.: : ,' my-Hill; was says Dr.. Brewer. the
    l rumstaiicealt; ,Is extremejiXor -' -- .1 original Paul Pry. It was from him and Bonds, complete: descriptionof
    .... the4redpr6clty agreettUJtlB.notX ): also that Theodore Hook drew his ,

    + -'" treaty. fI!!:,..,, ';:' .' ... g .r 1{ I character of Gilbert Gurney. Planch which will be furnished on ap-
    In hIs "Recollections" of Hill
    ., Senate,Douttful) ot Status, I : says :
    1i' ( "His specialty was the accurate information

    _ifbtre'tfas' . a question' , raised in ''the ,, .. ,. ..\ l!illH&: he could Impart on all the petty plication. r
    lii'X.i.3"'N"(0", . "" .''"..."". ', !
    _ this and : '
    ; _, (cm : very point as a re- : >:< >? :: details of the domestlc'economy of

    the;president's message was takenthe I his friends the contents of their ward

    ".,.; finance committee and re1 -, R- robes. their pantries the number of I
    1 tozthe foreign relations comm t- ) pots of preserves In their store closets, ,

    'fwhl: Js'thexouree treaty would and of the table napkins in their linen

    e to., kK ,It wits understood! ., bow- presses, the dates of their blrthp and .

    et&:,. that, ; e foreign] Telatlbns mteewould r \U a.y marriages, the amounts of their tradesmen I
    simply pass on this one 's bills and whether paid weekly ,
    4 ><;
    Itlon. after which the measure Y.'k' t or quarterly. He had been on! the '

    ['be. returned to the flnancevcomIr press and was connected with the .
    Morning Chronicle. He used to drive 527,000

    Ji.tha,matter now stands d major-, Matthews_ crazy by ferreting out his '
    |*l the'Oemocratfl: favor the proposal whereabouts when he left London and Daytona, Florida, High School

    1 ..,9f the,Republican,.Including popping" the Information In some pa- 5s, datpd April 1, 1909 due f' .
    i cf' the' Insurgents.:. oppose' It per.
    1 1929. Price $103.05and
    April
    i 9';;-Clark, who will be, speaker of .J ,1 J" ,
    ?'Wit; house came
    Canadlan-reciprocity, and most of Is the One branch of science I Interest April 1.

    prepforters' cheered. his declaration: that honors the great names in I ,

    ; the senate William df. Stone pt.UIfe: its fundamental terminology. Andre

    ".has taken a similar stand. Marie Ampere was the French physi- $900Florida

    ) the Republicans. Hale Hey cist who first measured the current East Coast Automobile

    ____, '. McCumber, Oliver Young and 1 -f- and for whom the unit is named. The I
    regulars are unalterably hostile ohm bears the name of George S. Association, first mortgage

    i."the [proposal. Beveridge, progress W Ham.. Ohm. a German man of science who bonds, 6s. Price $100 and '
    .18' for It, but some of the other discovered the law on which the unit
    ; -
    Ives. are "In an embarrassing : of electrical resistance Is based. The interest, yielding 6 .per cent .

    t1 n. volt I Is! named for the Italian Volta. Dated July 1, 1904, due on or

    the one hand: Canadian rec1pr l. the greatest t electrical authority of the before July 1, 1924. Interest
    ..representa" a step in the direction i eighteenth: ttiry. who was the first

    'tariff reduction which they have I man to construct: a rude electric bat. July 1. I

    t ,demanded; on the other, it takes j I tery. The ftrnd. the unit of electrical
    1 :.tariff from, wheat and other farm Fyr Aso capacity. Is named In honor ufttitr $2.000
    I
    English physicist>> Faraday: the colomb.
    t
    ncta. These men come from agri- Florida
    t 1states.. Their is'"itis the unit of quantity for the French Publishing Company,
    Contention!
    ,. not fair To remove the tariff CANADIAN MINISTER OF FINANCE AND AMERICAN ECIEl'\I: I physicist Coulomb and the watt ttie 6s, dated January 2, 1893, due

    the things the farmer raises and OF STATE, WHO ARRANGED RECIPROCITY DETAILS. unit of power, for James Watt the January 2, 1913. Price $100 -
    Scotch Inventor who improved the
    -u; it on manufactured products. -- :' -- - and interest yielding 6 percentInterest
    .
    leert that the only benefit the kinds of machinery coke, wood pulp wheat for example, the cheaper prod. steam engine.
    E ", 'i.wID receive from the arrange- print II&IHT nnd other kinds of paper. uct of the Dominion will come to 'the July 1 and January 1.

    ,i t':3s' .cheaper_ lumber._ They also Articles not on the free list, but considerably American mill to be ground. Herbert Spencer Was Human.
    -. '.th8t'It wIll Increase the exodus of reduced with the same rates On the free admission of live stock Herbert Spencer in the attitude of $240
    I both I countries Include all of reciprocity assert that superintending his household affairs
    ,.. can farmers. Into Canada. applying to supporters
    kinds of meats, flour clocks nnd the adoption of the agreement will actually was practical and amusing. At onetime Stock of East Florida Telephone
    Price'" Seduction Predicted. I watches, automobiles farm machinery I help American farmers. As the poulterer had not been giving

    advocates' of the measure say I and building stone. Reductions are there is little corn grown In the Do- satisfaction so Mr. Spencer called his Company at par.

    '_ It rail i reduce prices and at the also made on bituminous coal and oth- minion. Canadian range cattle will be housekeeper and gave her directions

    s time make It more difficult to er articles but with different rates ,between brought across the border to fatten. to transfer his custom to another $500
    the necessaries of life that It the two countries. tradesman whose shop faced the de-

    t_, bend up the market for American There is confusion as to the wood Fishermen Object. linquent's. "And. Miss Smith said" Peninsula Bridge Stock at 75.

    f coss the border and that It pulp schedule for the reason that some Farmers are by no means the only the author -Synthetic Philosophy

    ,lead to better trade relations and of the Canadian provinces require that ones objecting to the proposal. The "be particular that the first poulterersees $2,500
    '
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    ,, cordial feelings between the two timber cut from crown lands must be fishermen of New England are up inarms you giving your orders to the second -

    The railroads running Into wood in the At Gloucester, the flags were DonltererrIF
    i manufactured Into 'pulp _ I Port Tampa 5 per cent semi-annual
    ':and their connections In the I province. An effort will i>e made by
    -
    ;:States are especially favorable the Canadian government to have Water Works bonds 30 years. Par.

    t .lbe.tgreement; on the ground that i these restrictions:: remo"edJobn Norris -

    ; '. increase their business. I representing the American Newspaper $25,000Pensacola
    1 tally'your Uncle Sam Is somet : Publishers' association believes it's a New Book 5 Improvement bonds 30

    t .doubtful also. Canadian trade ,! the agreement If ratified will materially it's a Souvenir Novelty ,
    :good: ,to him, and he needs orjBayneed reduce the price of print paper. years, 4 1-2 per cent. Par. T
    those vast wheatflelds'! Thepart President Taft has playedIn it's something in Stationery and Engraving

    ,MIp'Jteechls millions. But when I the negotiations has been notable. 5 $50,000Ucita

    1 .t >of.Ma own farmers and won- j It will be recalled that last year he
    } tie change will do to them spent a memorable two days at Albany CALL ON OR WRITE Investment Co., 6 per cent.
    :
    pan.falls Into a brown study. In consultation'with the governor bonds, 12 years to run. $96.

    .' t"t+b8'oom Qrting. thou,Eht., Wp general 01 Canada the minister of
    ,, r'1h only ones -l n a quandary. j finance and other Dominion officials.It .

    ' Canadians and the English are was then that the general outlines The H- & W. DREW CO-
    the commissioners -
    delng a bit of thinking. Tbe'Conaeties of the agreement were fixed

    In Great Britain are mak- from the two countries
    ..!lpar compared with which some afterward working out the details.
    ,.oer'own objections are mild. They I Second to the president perhaps the 45.49 W. Bay St., Jacksonville

    Joss of Canadian trade; the : most Important figures in the negotiations II
    "
    i
    Fielding, ministerof
    were W. S.
    _.Canadian wheat, the stifling I I r
    d1an Industries and the enter- finance for Canada, and PhilanderC.
    i i&a ICnor American secretary of state. : AND YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND I
    wedge' that ultimately mean
    may
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    was
    second big play
    ex tlon.of the Dominion to the The president's : SATISFACTORILY.We TITLE.
    recommending
    jBtates. his special message to congress ,
    <"" d the approval of the agreement

    :6,1 -land doll "g"' Canada. The third move was his MeKInley I

    :lthi$ dilemma they welcome the I day speech, in reciprocity which he quoted sentiments I are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin AND INSURANCE CO !lN NS. [

    _ h'of the king's uncle, the Duke i: the dead president's ,
    .Ought, as the new governor uttered Tthe day before his assassination China and Orangewood New and

    of:Canada. The Dominion Is In Buffalo. CONRAD BLOCK 'P.HONE 128
    .w:j assuming an unwonted 1m- "Will Mr. Taft's next move be to calla Exclusive Novelties.

    ,' 'lri'tbeir: eyes. They are even special session of congress? He has 1

    4 Canadians with large and I: Intimated that he Is prepared to take

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    :- ' ::::;;. 't . .. .. ...." :X will be presented Harman SvfeB,
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    '>- are.two tickets to the Crystal Tbatre tomorrow nlght it the Dally News able to sit up for a short time..
    office for Miss Grace Burdiek,
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    Rev. David G. Latshaw, D. D.. International t : ;

    "! Secretory of the Y. M. C.
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    I'JA., arrived from New York Monday
    A. G. Carter ,was in the city from and Mrs. Ira H. MEler are located
    i afternoon and is the guest of T. A.
    1Tpi. Saturday until .Monday afternoon; at the Ivy Lane Ian for the ea.ste 1M
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    ; ( Snider while in the city. Dr. Lat-
    when he returned to Hastings. \'hl.e balance of the season having re- _
    j shaw, who is an eloquent' speaker for &er i bft_* ..
    .- s t 1f here Mr. Carter v'sited his dau;h-j! turned from Ponce Park this mon-,
    .... '...... ; has been prevailed upon to deliver a Itfetiee. ._ .-
    ter, Mrs. A. A. Rotert and family: oa .Yy
    ,. --0. !fa lecture at the First M. E. church of anythls .... ..
    Cypress street. Mr. Carter had >'
    ** i Wednesday evening and will take_ eye bag fcta<< ._
    not been in Daytona for two years. FOR SALE Smith Premier typewriter : ,
    in excellent condition; $30. i for his subject. Men and Relig'oa_ thorn vKli .QI. M"tsd- .

    i Movement." __trestle.. ... ,' Il.meiIeiI treMDrNevi1IeL.,
    Dr. H. Huntington, Ormo-d Beach, .
    C. A. Ballough of Holly Hill, is i \ ',. ,
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    .., 1.-yfJ tear ,.. .. -
    Florida.T. .... -::-
    erecting a coquina rock bungalow' '-: -
    Ii i Mrs. J. Schneider and daughter. -

    upon the lots he recently purchasedon I Miss Flora, and Mrs. E. Bt,.RadcHCf ;
    .. South Palmetto avenue, between. T. Shoemaker representing the: and daughter Mls Katherine, who ... .-t ;; :.: ,
    Moxon Liniment Co., is visiting: \.. -"
    Eal-
    Loomis and Cedar streets. Mr. :
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    ; made the to Pain Beach aboard
    trip
    frendis In this city. Mr. Shoemaker "'FI" _
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    A tough is iullding for the occupancy: j*I came here from Oak where he! the steamer Swan on her last trip Lot the If YI -
    of himself and family: and proposes! Hill ( for : .
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    A snapshot at ono of tho audience, looking at and listening to remove to this city when his! new i had been spending some time with !2' upon which she was so long decayed
    to the Great Comedian station returned aboard that ;boat Monday
    house is completed. on the beach.
    I afternoon. The Swan was agroundfor

    ,j M. C. Fitzgerald of Silwater: a considerable period twice on
    Sorority Chocolates, wi h Gilson'heads I
    60c at T. F. Cures' & Son. 3Iicn., arrived Tuesday afternoon her return trip but the passengerswere GREE [
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    JOHN THOMPSON 99-5t and is the guest of his son, T. E. well fed and made very com-

    I Fitzgerald. Mr. Fitzgerald is secretary fortable and seem to have enjoyedthe

    THE FUNNIEST COMEDIAN IN AMERICA. Walter H. Matthews arrived Sunday of the Employes Benefit Association situation in most cases, althougha

    j: I from Mulhall, Okla, where he of the C., St. P., M. & O. Ry. few who had railway reservationswere

    He Sing .More Songs, ,He Dances More Jigs, He Tells More ; is engaged in the real estate businessand obliged to leave the Swan at are c ryBg' _

    Jokes, He.Plays More Instruments, He Speaks More will spend a week here with his I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hill are again Xew Smyrna. There were some 40 line of Green U&<< -.- [gFddding

    I/ Dialects, He Appears in More Characters parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Matthews .II. in the city for a time before returning passengers In aU/ and they managedto : 'j

    his sister!: Mrs. Graham to their home at HendersoTtviHe.N. hare quite a pleasant time together. ;s'
    t /gyp. .
    } sand has. made more people laugh than any other comedian I Thompson, and his broher, Frank i C., having come up Monday from "

    f; in the United States. Matthews, who is here for a visit Miami where they have been with GoldeaGreet w. 1M i
    ; 'after. an absence of 25 years, in friends since leaving Daytona. HORSE FELL IN HARNESSON --,'

    ,AND HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURES. which time the brothers had not --- RIDGEWOOD AVENUE.J. BtMSCvcn

    met. Guy S. Brown of Central Lake D. Braddock of South RWgewood

    Wednesday March 29th. : Remember the Bee Hive, North Mich., is In the city on business mat avenue, escaped lightly this morning rs
    ters, and while here is with his from a rather peculiar accident..
    Beach St., when looking for bar, Call1iDewer
    t PRICES 25c 35c AND 50c. gains. Special prices on millinery, mother and sister at their home at As he was driving on Ridgewoodbetween
    the corner of Ridgewood avenue and Magnolia: and Volusia avenues -
    .t- gents' clothing shoes, etc.
    SCULPTOR AND Second avenue. Mr. Brown arrived at about 11 o'clock, his horse ToaaIHI

    Ross Crane CARTOONIST Friday Night Making good time in an automobile Monday evening.For frightened slightly at something coming i
    I WilliamBrackett up behind the carriage and start- Peppersa.
    trip from Miami to Daytona .
    ed as if to run. Mr. Braddock draw
    Sale
    of New Jersey with car or Rent. >
    No. 25850 armed here at 1:30 o>'- *The handsome cottage and lot wtb: him in sharply and his rear feet Ahr3 FwA. '
    I slipping, he fell backwards in the They arc s
    clock this morning on his way to flowers fruit and shrubbery corner ..
    *" Jacksonville. Mr. Brackett left Peninsula Drive and Halifax avenue. shafts. A crowd quickly gathered and ?'-

    r: This Bank Does Not Handle the Accounts i I encountered Miami at 4:30 many a. difficulties m. Monday on and the tona.Apply to Bingham tue-fri-tf& Thompson w4tA Day assisted horse Mr.from Braddock the harness in and clearingthe get-

    f of All People f trip because of the bad roads. He> ting the animal upon its feet. The DAYTONACOLD

    z I had with him : pilot from Fort horse did not appear to be injured in
    as horse
    ; But it does handle the accounts of some of the people, and aims: to do so in Pierce William Underwood. owned by Gad Taylor, colored any way and there was no damageto STORAGE!
    r a manner both pleasing and profitable to all that number. It is just possible I of Midway, frightened by a the surrey and but little to the
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    that you-you who are reading these lines-do not carry aa accounts train Monday, attempted to cress the harness. JO HNSO f. *rJ -
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    with our bank, and you really should do.so. We cordially In'iteyour inspection *The Little Gem of Daytona, 13S cattle guard on the track just north
    -we respectfully solicit your.patronage.. A deposit of one dollar b So. Ridgewood Ave., will be sold at of the F. E. C. railway freight depct
    sufficient to start an accountPEOPLE'S. MAIL HACK IS HELD UP
    a sacrifice to the one that makes the I and fell between the guard on the ; 1i'

    best offer before April la. It is incomplete I main line and that on the side track. ROBBERS SECURE $1,000.

    STATE BANK order; 8 rooms, butler's: The animal was in no danger from HENDERSON Ky., March :2S-The

    I pantry and bathroom; good cellar,! trains in that position, but it took mail hack running between Salem

    DAYTONA, FLORIDA.Pnsld.n cistern electric lights, etc; complete!' quite a number of men to extricatehim I and Marion'was held up by two S
    garage with man's room, finished; as he had to be thrown down masked this Spring
    men morning and Jl.OuO
    .
    L ,8.P.LEL.D. r -.bi..r. :M l-: CART KR i
    Vice-Presidents.O. B. SEAM: AX.:M L. W AGGO ER.a' fruits, flowers shrubs and trees; a and dragged under one of the cattle in silver being sent to the Salem
    little park in itself. For price and guards.J. bank was taken.
    terms, apply or address John J Randall

    r. -- owner, at his new home 428 S. C. March 21ToAprill
    Kelsey who joined his family ...........
    Ridgewood
    ave., next door
    T 1 to Sea- ,
    in this city a few daje since,[

    t" bring's. g -uDon't made a 'business trip to Tampa sign- I BeautifulHome: .i .

    day expecting to return today or''!

    1t LOCALSPFJSONALSi tomorrow. Mr. Kelsey ib editor of;' I Sites I
    I Telephony and sales manager tort
    the Kellog Switchboard and Supply; Including Ocean Beach,River Clothing ShoesFurnishings. ,
    .
    I and] Interior lots, for
    sale
    i., company of Chicago I1L He came n I I ,
    cheap half mile below South
    south to attend a contention at Tal-J!
    .. bridge on the Peninsula Drive.
    .- Mr. and Irs. R. S. Dullard, who F. C. Gardner spent Sunday with Forgetwhen lahassee, but finding it had been I Address i P.O. Box 49<. or Mrs. .
    t the Ehna for postponed for three H. M. Dobbins, on the prvuiIses. .
    have been located at his family and parents at their home weeks Mr. Kel- : .

    'la six weeks or more, left Monday on on South Ridgewood avenue, com- sey decided to come to Daytona, as }i
    their return to Springfield, 111. Mrs. ing over from Chubb Saturday andreturning his family has been spending the Ii!I IT WILL PAY>yYOU TO

    ; Bullard is a sister of )Irs."Pm.. to that place Monday after passing byYOUNG'S winter here being located on second!i VESTIGATE. INel 10 Per Cent

    ;.: Hall of North Beach street. noon. avenue. .......................... -- -- ----
    ,. I -TO- -

    t Rev. Dana sherrill has sod hs: H. G. Osborne and son, Graham to stop and get a drink at the, .e.........i.I'.Ne...HO.iN1.O.e.....o.O.........e...
    winter residence on Volusia avenue relatives of E. Osborne and also TO50JDiscount ,

    !; 'now occupied by himself: and wife, to hailing from Green county, New Soda Fountain. i

    l Mrs. Mary Troy, proprietress of the York, are spending a short time ] Cement Walks I II I

    t Troy House. Mr. SherriU's healthis with Mr. and Mrs. Osborne at their buys a furnished Beach: I,I DAYS ONLY

    not good and In future when coming winter home .on South Palmetto avenue S5500 street residence; 8 rooms I i ?

    .i' to Daytona for the winter, Ir.f having arrived in Daytona sad bath; modern im.I' I A. Vandevord Daytona Beach I Cftf
    prorenents: lot 50 by Aout 290 feet. Ad. ,
    and Mrs. Sherrill will not keep house. Sunday. A. B. THE FOSTER
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