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 29, 1911
 Subjects
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: VID00253
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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"; -.:'c"her famHyv;physician hi the' qutel capital building early tOd y, destrof.*, ;

."eat-- possible' time' "" M 'Henry L '. TO HAVE TEA MB' FRIENDS, OF 100,000 EXTRA VOTES Ing'!f' three wings connecting the se .1''# :

+."" *bent of 'New Haven.; ; 'Coon. .,, as DEALERS IN CHICAGO ate. assembly and state llbrai' a/4''
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_hired h. .a ,speckl. trafev. torun .mak the AVIATOR MAKES TRIP NORTH TC SPECIAL OFFER EXPIRES TO I
loss is estimated at from ,roet.f;
,from -Jacksonville !to 1 e ,YorJc
". -, INSPECT FAMOUS 'BEACH AND MORROW BUT CONTESTANTS 000.to $8,000,000. i.a.U ...
R :'T.lld v' at that. city".It, wffl' x- im t...with INTfRESTfD.IN FORDEFENSE. Night Watchman Samuel A i\

'..,.. .mother, special train 'to- > 'iron STOPS TO TAKE TEA WITH ARE* STILL WORKING FOR THEDIAMOND missing and it Is believed 'he. -1 :,
l4 w'.Yorfc/to/New' Haven ,,flame "
:t FRIENDS. RING. < his life trying to'' subdue the .
-': ,lrs. Lamo-bett' Rillb; itc. panlet in the Dearly stages of the fire. |1 ": .:'
.' WORK BEING DONE E HERE ITALIANS EXTORT CASH'
-f oa rtte. trip' from: bis, 4o Nei Aviation took one more step forward Only one more day remains in The fire believed! to have.beea!: ... .
,'.. 'York' by Dr'; C. c. Bb tfjion; andat'New
:o!' : Xork she 111' et by the plane was used to keep social engagement FOR BETTER ACCOMODA TIONS.i i TO DEFEND CAMORRISTS.SECRET News Great Popularity OontE t' for and was the most spectacular erlf'l a

,] ;iemily'physician. ,.:Who w ;accompany; the big bonu3 offer of 100,000 ,'oteswbLch' seen In Albany The flomas.: ...ij
'; )',,,her\ca, the:special train/,to New Ha- by J. A. D. McCurdy when is offered to the contestant: ing Into the air, were seen for, mile ( ; '

:- (.ven... ., J he flew from here to a point ten CHAIRMAN OATES GETS LETTER SERVICE DETECTIVES who secures the most votes during; in directions and the residents oC' ;

. :Mr,;,and .Mrs. 'Lambert and Dr. BoJfesnnon miles abov.e Ormond and then re the week ending tomorrow, 'Tbuisday, many small towns watched the b ira'Vi i,! -
FROM SECRETARY OF THE DECLARE $100,000 HAS BEEN
: left this city ruin the Florida turned there and had tea wltl March 30. This is positively the ing from a distance. At 8 o'ctockrjr' Y.
East Coast train due to leave friends. He carried one of his me STATE RETAIL DEALERS AS. SECURED BY ITALIANS IN ;last bonus which Js to .be offered In this morning the fire wag still buntIr -
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here ,at 1:40 o'clock this afternoon" chanicians with him on the flight, this contest and every contestant &nd >g, but believed! to be under coaK .; t
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_, and orders had been given. that the covering in all about 32 miles. Just SOCIATION.The WINDY CITY.CHICAGO their friends should: strive their utmost : trol. .- J. \ 1.
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time between this city and ;Jacksonville. Into his car and whirl down Fifth av When the final count ,has been erally sounded over the city and It, \-.c
Is becoming interested In the
secret service
detectives declared
'" .', At Jacksonville a special.rata enue to the chib, so did MoCurdy today made in the race for the on the ,Atlantic Coast Line was 'made, step. into his aeroplane and whirl up efforts being made by the Daytona that members of the Mafia, ira $450 Chopin Upright, Grand; ,piano, was. burning the state Jeg1 1&toisii if '

up and 'waiting for the arrival! ol to Ormond and have tea. He went board of trade to get 'better passenger : in Chicago, under threats of death, which is offered as the grand prize,, rushed from their hotels and .at4 &1'.4 Jai

.the East Coast train from this city. I ten miles above to inspect the beach and freight aecoaiodations on the have extorted $100,000 from Italians together with fourteen other prizes: the firemen in the work of t1ChUBc <,j.
' made to have the party St. Florida East Coast railroad and announces I In value, it wull out what records .
Plans were for his contemplated flight to aggregating $2700 i the blaze and carrying J.
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it will be glad to cooperatewith
transferred Immediately from the Augustine. He expressed the opinIon I probably show that by the aid of books and document couidJ' be- ..f,
t f the ,local civic organization in defense of the Camorrlsts now on ,
East Coast train to the special |t that It could be easily made ,but the work.In trial in Viterbo, Italy, on charges of 100,000 votes as offered, this week I. reached. The records'' destroyeti..s. .* #
which was to start Immediately. The has not decided definitely whether murde- any contestant could easily: win the : reach back to coonial! ; days and are- toP
.special carrying the sick woman le I. he will attempt it or not. a letter to Chairman E. F. piano: , as the race has pro'.ea very prtceless'alue..
to be given the right'of way on the j When McCurdy returned last night Oates of the transportation committee I close and exciting so far. The wings to the building are <> .

complete run from Jacksonville tc. he lauded Daytona beach. He dej of the board: of trade Secretary EXPRESS{ DETECTIVES[ Every contestant: should put forth six stories In height, while the main

*New' York and .every effort fa to be j dared that there Isn't another place Harry N. Burhans of the state retail 'I their very best efforts tomorrow and i structure reaches but four s orkiL.

made all> along the line to hurry its existing where there are such ideal dealers expresses the Interest of SEARCHING FOR A THIEF. call on all their friends to help The flames swept around the $1,000-.
the association in the work being
arrival In New York. conditions for aviation. He deplored I them as the bonus of 100.000'otes 000 redstooe staircase, which ia. "
Telegraphic Information wKl de the fact that Daytona beach does ,not done here and the hope that the may be the means of winning the adorned with the paintings of many
be .before the state
termine the time for making up the receive more advertising, than it matter can placed HAVE BEEN HUNTING THROUGH piano. famous men.
special train in New York for the j does. As a training ground for young railroad commission In such light I I The correct standing of all contestants There was no insurance oa the

run to New Haven and! the second.j aviators just learning the business,, they will be persuaded to take some SOUTHERN CITIES FOR MAN in the race up to Thursday, building as it was supposed to be-

; !special wfll be waiting for the arrival '.1 i McCurdy said this 'beach could not action in the matter. I SUPPOSED TO HAVE STOLEN March 2-1. 'is as follows: absolutely fireproof and impossible!
of the first one from Jacksonville,, ''be surpassed. A1wa: 'certain of a The members of the state retail Marjorie Rotzien . .. . . .1,392,425 for it to burn.

the transfer of passengers will be landing place as hard as rock and dealers organization are scattered in. $50,000. Mena Pollitz . . . . . 1,349,585
made quickly and the second lap of as smooth as marble, many of the all parts of the state and many of I I Holt McCorkle . . . . 1,338,575 VICTIM OF BAD WRECK .
,the fast trip will be made in the dangers of aviation are eliminated.He them have been having: the same unsatisfactory I EL PASO, Tex., March 2&-Detectives Grace Burdick . . . .. . .1,262EOC
AT TAMPA.
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I fastest possible time.. I said yesterday the beach afforded experiences with the of the Wells Fargo Express I. Violet Middletcn . . .. .. . .1,235,000Forence I II
The condition of Irs. Lambert is a treat to him when making service on the East: Coast that have company, it was revealed .today, have I Grittens . . .. . .1,227,000Roberta TAMPA:: Fla., March 29--The body

not considered by Dr. Bohannon to Jar-dings: as compared with some ofthe been experienced by the business been searching southern cities for I Hobbs . . . . . 1,220,000 of Mrs.V.. D. Fletcher who was
v be particularly dangerous, ,but: both rough, bumpy surfaces he has men and citizes of Daytona.Mr. I nine days for \\". A. Hawkins a Pauline Garrison . . . . 1,045,000,! killed in the A. C. L. wreck near
sb6 and her husband are anxious to encountered elsewhere.: i iI Gates is requested by the secretary messenger, who L3 supposed to have I Margaret Brokaw . . .. . .1,038,0001 I Waycross last Saturday, was Interred''
get home and 'have taken the special I McCurdy was uncertain yesterdayabout i to state th." complaints of th'e..! disappeared with $30,000.; I The following i is the correct stand-I yesterday morning in Wocdlawn' cem-
train method of making it in the making the flight to Ormond. citizens here against the! railroad, The money is believed to havebeen ins of all contestants up to Thursday etery, following funeral services heldat
quickest possible time. I The evening before some friends had that these may Le circulated: among I taken while enroute between March 13! in the rate for the the undertaking parlors of J. L.

iT s. Lambert was taken ill, while invited him to.come to Ormond and the members. I Xorrales and Mazatlan. I beautiful $50: diamond ring so generously Heed The husband lies seriously Injured

she.and her husband were touring in, have tea with them. Yesterday afternoon I I offered by L. H. Rows Co., at the Gordan Keller Memorial
: Cuba, and her condition has apparently unnoticed. McCurdy slippedover i to the contestant who secures the hospital. The two had been married. i

been growing worse. Mr. and to the beach and started. Justas t. i most vrti between March 9 and I but three days before the accident '

Mrs. Lambert arrived here from the he started away one of his ma- April 6.Marjorie. I --.- .1

south about a week ago aid: have chanicians clamleced onto a supportof I Rotzien . . . . . .447,500 WIND IS TOO STRONG .
_ been stopping at the Hotel Claren the machine. Flying at a fair i Grace Burdick . . . .. . . ..422,5COViolet ,
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don, since their arrival. The decision distance: from the beach, McCurdy: r,, Ii i I On 1I 1Five Middleton . . .. . . .405OCOHolt
to take her home was reached continued in a straight line to thelifesaving April I McCorke . . .. .. .. . .357,500 Because of the strong wind this

quickly and it :was as quickly decided ; station, meanwhile inspecting I Mena Pollitz . . . ...... . 305,000 afternoon Aviator McCurdy did not s
to use the special: train method, the beach below him. Then he I Florence Gittens . . .. .. . .305,000 make his advertised fight: at 2:30 s

because of the congestion. of travel : came back to Ormond, landed and 1 I Roberta Hobbs . . .. .. . . .290,000: o'clock this afternoon. There were

7 at this;: time .ot the year. had tea. At a few minutes after 5 nrDO. 1I I hundred satisfied customers -!; Margaret Brokaw . .. . . .175,0001 about 5,000 persons on the beach
- Mr. Lambert Is the owner of a: o'clock he went down to the beach -a _X_ > in our Savings Depart ;I II Pauline Garrison . . . . . .110,0001 waiting for the flight to be made at '
string of'.big dry goods stores in! and made the return flight to Day I 1 the time of going to press and it was
New England and Is a well known tona. ment will receive interest on I WHEAT IS EASIER I Ii announced the race with the auto

e man ia that; Seotlon of the country. I I their accounts which have i ON WEAK CABLES. mobile would be pulled off later if
Mrs. Lambert is a woman about 24 : NOT BEAFRAID I II the wind' went down. In case the
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years of age. Mr. and Mrs. Lambert : BIG STEAMER[ [ I i been on deposit for three I I CHICAGO, March 29-The wheat flight is not made lute th's afternoon -

are the only ones: in the party. I I months preceeding April 1st. market opened easier this morning on! the race with the automobile:

IN DANGEROUS POSITION.DRIVEN I i:! weak cables and further -moisture.. will take place at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow -
In Accounts be started afternoon.LiCItUtC.
Attorney Cary D. Landis was of being charged too much for GROCERIES may May was quoted at 57 l-4c. Provisions

the city for a brief time for Wednesday Miami.every .: FURTHER ASHORE ANDIS when you buy here. You I with $1. and up. We would were easier on fair trading.: is

leaving In the afternoon will find our prices are just right to be pleased to see you num- May pork, $15.70; lard, $S.30; ribs,
NOW LEAKING WHILE TUGS Insure the right quality. Why not $8.80. Hogs were slow and steady : j J D ru&c.1S
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give us a trial and let us prove our NIs:
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WASHINGTON', March 29-A wireless i CONRAD GROCERY est compounded quarterlypaid II I [ REPORT[ : i

message to the navy department 0..0..0.-.0.0..0.; .; i TonicSkin Astringent .'
person wants: good food. Every. today says the steamer G N Lucktin-. on Savings Accounts. NEW YORK, March 2r -Stocks I Almond Skin Food
person wants pure food. You can generally bach"with 2S men on board is still ; opened irregular this morninc: the ,
tell whether your food is pure and COMPANY I i Freckle Eradicator '
shoals. A BUENA
ashore on the New Ground I I market showing fractional gain.and; i i100000es.
food by the way it tastes, but you cannot I ,.
do this with medicine-results is part of the cargo has been jettisoned: Cotton was firm at six: to''I I Face Powder
:1-r what tells when it comes to using medi- and just as preparations were being 'PHONE 61. nine higher on steady cables a./d I Rouge

._( dues; therefore why not be sure that made to float the ship .she was driven - fair demand.
yoti are to good results by letting Daytona Lodge
going get leak
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,- us fill your prescriptions. Our way No. 1141 AiualiJtmattl: copper................ ash Ask to see them-it's a pleasureto
Of doing business is the right way, .ng. V B. P. 0. E. New York Central.......................
b The ship is in a dangerous position I Cbps pant:. & Ohio...... show goods.
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HANKINS, The Druggist, Arethusa are attempting to pull Evening. Visiting Pennsylvania._._...._._... Prices Right '
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t AT THE PLACE her off today. The ship'did not car' A of'Il Members Invited. Houth Rock "rn Pacific._.._.?......._ : .-
T. E.Fitzgerald, E. R. J. B. CONRAD, Vice-Presideat Union Pacific............. ......174
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& great park, with driveways Inter. Elevator Eterriee ,: .
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............." }l'.amBdfl'ald.lU. 8Idr' or :101srattoekL 8:, tomobile down. the broad surf-packed Stretch sand of I Architect and Builder : ways M good as to attract motorists DREKA,- ,\&..CO.DzLAND'FLA3 4C. 1Tbi4city baa a,popslahs.oi,\"" 5
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that look and like granite mne the SL Jofeas:River"_ ;
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.\ ,A L : the seven modem wonders. in prooortkm to inhabitants? The AbslrlctCi:; Xhc prcd
,; 'LAMB"ENGINES 1 W. C. CHOWNING M. D. 1 pavement question stands with the and grapefruit, ac MttMiftid.

: .HUPMOBILESGvea : The Placid, _Pellucid Halifax t River. : General Medicine and : etreet as one of the chief drawing Gary Bert FUlC D.Landl President See- r crop from this ,-vicinity. 'beiag, ., -.

think is water with more, cards. Till some unheard of place retaryand Treas. 3001,000 born this
'r-- at AjPHOXEV2 r.... Where you : Obstetrics IN yean s L
.. picturesque surronndinss? Nearly a ; Office Hoars: 1flto3L>> 7toSp.m. S reports more and better, Daytona Abstracts Furulsli peaches, pears Japan bf ':J r S
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*!I mile wide. fringed. with tropical vegetation I:: Over Kodak Place. Thcae 33. : throws down the gauntlet to the cd and Titles,* plums., (pecans' guavas rzwbriand | i-

artistic cottages with roomyverandas .u.EsI.I..I.I.asIuezsa world. Perfected other fruits are grown ia ply.

. . .. lout her bosom Flowers Birds and Fruit !
>- looking upon Squirrels, Insured ,In the way of public JstprovoMsta
and.
,JACOB' ESPEDAHLvidBailder : gamey food fishes In countless num- ............... ...........aN Whatever one's shortcomings and \. are many miles of frnethtH z.scxcdllcnt .M
S
I. : : bets beckoning as it were, to those : S fcoweter indifferent or even callousone :Haps, Plats and high school. c1eddC '
:Jhl. .. d Craftsman : DR.J.E.RAWLINGSPkvstciaa :: Blueprint Supplied i
a :
a i Construct loo of Bnlldon with rod end reel;her bosom fleck- may be to many things, the mere I a system of waterworks fbatkewsflA

1. : ,"'"_'_ ,;..PJ&u Wtoit aDd Kotle*:auons : ad with duck and coot and snowy- :: sad Sarieoa .. mention rf "flowers and squirrels. DzLAND. FLE. and operated by the city sa fiyiag'

: W" BATTQJffA.. ,- ,FLORIDA. I winged sea birds which sit about as : OFFICE OVER KODAK PLACE : birds and- fruits" will send a thrfll the purest',water at little cost/ 1

if for the sport of ,bobbing upon the tha't is reflected in distended pupils Nine J ousescf worship tertify,ftotDeLand '.
BOND :,,,
U Phone SS IL..L. '
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waves watch that lubberly old and pricked ears. .....
.. ; is a ;/i .,
: ... ;;: --' ,-- . white headed pelican pouch a, fat ISIS...................... For every visitor with a spare goober LUMBER nity. Baptists chthg4ng Episcopalians", ,': z
.
i ;.OSCAR MICHAEL IT mullet, and that fish hawk struggling ESI3ISISIISISIIIISIISIS there .I > a bunny ready to come COMPANY odists (Northcm and SOUthi).Pie. 1"::.

: 'CONTRACTOR 1 upward with his floundering load he S .5 and accept your gift. He will sit bolt Manufacturers of ban; Christians and.1; ::' :. .o-JI 111(.

: 'Filling. and Grading i snatched from the water. : D. D. & C. ROGERS IS urright and knaw into the meat LUMBER besides colored Baptists a4xM..: '. : ;""...,
.. See the beautiful launches, spick SI casting furtive saucy glances at you LATH *& '" ; S -

; Heavy Hauling a'Specialty.M. .. &Dd'span, wi& bampers and lockers' Civil EngineersDAYTONA : meanwhile SHINGLES dist The, are traded represented.school offers a ten .'> ; ; \

- .......... bulging with refreshments both solid I : FLA. : Flowers. Usually fresh and blooming MOULDINGS years sours, andthebaildiag'waica

and liquid ready for a cruise upon th S Established 1S75. the year "round you are reminded Agent:
: a. S.1SISIOISISISISISI Muury" Faints it occupies is newly furnished
: beautiful surface. Take out your field .IIISIOIeI of Goldsmith's where Parold '
;. couplet Roofing '
of the mart
.ELLA DeVOY & CO. Whitehall Cement throughout and is one
glass and sweep the river from Smiling sprng its earliest visit paid Dorado Plaster .
commodious and best eqaippcdpu1.
'* Ormond bridge to Poace Park! .IsSIIISIIIIISISISIUIS And summer's lingering blossomsare Georgia Clay Brick ,
MILLINERY I S BOF.SaM Brick lie schools in the State.:
light house then say whether the delayed.
: E. L. STEWART 1a DELA.. D. FLA. I The trip from Daytona to DeLand
Halifax isn't a thing of beauty and In one yatl roses of varigated hues DEIdAND:5GARAGE
.... 2 Beadi SL. Dayteaa. Fla. : Physician and Surgeon SS is made by automobile in a little
it ti a joy forever, and one of the modern predominate; another household hasa
pt"daIBttt'ntion to di *-afr-s of the and there are
wonde/3. : S Eye, Ear: Throat and No '-. Office penchant for the poincetta and the over an hour many
LAND IS & FISH
t S and residence. Magnolia avenue, 3rd pretty drives in the vicinity of the THEGORDON .
I "' The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge- S door west of P.O..telephone fci. premises ere aflame; another !is hidden
Attorneys at Law county site. A good road leads to !
: Officehourst'a.m.tol.p.m.issisiosgSiiUSiOiSISIOI. in a jungle of tall cane. Varietyis :
,
;; astFlorida I wood. I PrnctldnglnaU DeLeon Springs,five miles, a historic =
: State and FVderalOourta
the spice of life and here is where :
1 where 60,000 gallons of water
spot
: Telephone' I Ridgewocd avenue Is upon the crest : you find it. Special facilities for I ;j.
:' z Company of a broad ridge straight as the crow B.B0B9QOB.ItBOB.B0B.BtlOBftDR. The birds fUt in, and with their Investigating and bubble from the earth every minute. 'rK
S S prfwctln titles From DeLand automobiles go south.
flies and the wide spreading branch joyous cotes help to give fuUness IirLAND. FLA. DCT4Sd'St. )
i Connections at Daytona | i : F. H. HOUGHTON : to Osteen, 18 miles on shell and .
es of the heavy-trunked live oaks extend S and symmetry to the picture.As '
.. Long Distance Points their giant arms across the magnificent S marl roads theSt Johns is crossedb] He2.dqMI4ers :

? v'tta forming an arch and .: 1M DentistS :. for fruits choice citrus fruits. STEflfARI&BLY ferry near Osteen and cars can .then 1-er.
Daytona \Elds the palm to none for -
In Peck BlockS SS Stewart continue to Sanford and Orlando by
H. C. THOMPSON. Mir.H. from these extended arms great festoons S Isaac A.
Pn01fE \ est End South Bridge SS quality and quantity per acre. There Egford Bly AOEPOMixwdl55Tor
road. There is shell road
of SpanLsh moss sway as the S Mary StewartAttorneys hard a j
.BOBOBOBBBtltBI0l.ISISISISISISIGIISISISISIOIS ere scces of citrus groves in proximity .
? from DeLand to Orange City fire
J' trade winds from the tropic seas at Law
to the city. branches brading inECazsaIiR
'
fan them. Looking straight ahead and Notaries Public miles and a good road from DeLanc '
to the er.nh with their burdens of & [ T
down th13 white shell street has DELAKD. FLA. to Lake Helen, a like dittanrr.
: : T. McCLELLANi one I. T..E.Fltzg.rad E. F.Oat 5 lucious gclden globes which for i
the impression of a fairy path with
I : FITZGERALD & OATES S beauty proflicacy and aH desirable
: i Mill Work rfiBn draperies but as you move fid SAiSM BRICK CO. ArthrG.Eam5k ;
I 1 Attorneys and Counsellors at Law qualities would truly astonish! you. 1. A. ya1'.55lL1aai F
f Vlong and cast an eye first to the .
Special Facilities for Examining' 5S The Fastest Autos and The Finest ERICKSON&CXX Manufacturers
; ; Write or ask him about anything right and then to the left you see and Perfecting Land Titles SI -

: \.'yo* want made of wood Every- i distinguished cottage homes in the Offic*In Conrad Building. 'Phone : Out. Light Granite Buff, Red sail HAMLIN
Largest Stock of
fixing the best..FKIDRESQUE. most delightful settings.See S .B.BtB.B.....B.B.BOB.BCBOB I!I The severth world wonder do you Pianos, Organs and Drab Brick

the glistening leaf of the grand I ask? Ccme whether from Missour- Sewing Machines Large.'Capacity\vrlte for Insures Booklet Prompt and Price ghlpinents. &

... RJjtwo.1 An. PlIoae 123 magnolia whch nature has varnishedas <:!<:! ,:!,!J'i' @!:'i..!a!.. .:!(!. I or frown Maine, from Kalamazoo o; South of JacYmrllleDELAND.. FLA. LAKE HELEN FLA. HAMLIN

no artis-'s brush ever could; and DR. J. P. ESCH iF II I T.mbucto, and: you will be "shown"

the cabbage: palms with their burdensof I Here is where the world's record for I LAKE HELEN -

showy fruit and swaying palas; I<: Physician and Surgeon I, speed is broken with every recurring ALLEN'SNtxt i i Sncrxmnded by several prerfy lakes Attorneys
I _PORT ORANGE I 5P,-nin ula I'rive. fifth hiu't' onTb of and
see fie lovely holly with its exquisite SM. t;.. Church onic- hours li to p. eason.. Autos the biggest the fastest to Postofflce ; and guarded by lofty pine trees is Counsellors

4 Ltiry; see the climbing vines y 9 BEACH.m..CtoT p.m. "Phon1.A\T",N\ !-I ., and the finest are on daily parade Lake Helen, a winter resort of no at Law

I :TORT ORAXGK 1. run riot In the trees; see the cryp- j I Ii@ and the big show is as free as DRUGGISTSJEVELERS little '
1- .....ii.iti.'i....ii.i..i:..i.i'o.: ..@a, I I i importance. Camp Cassadaga, -
ptty11tI.yUagettuated PORT ORANGEHOUSE, 'opamoss forma which gain a foot --- --_-:=--.:: j the pure artesian water from the sa spiritualistic camp-ground is situated

f1 fire mile hold ;.)n the great oaks and tate1ypa'ms : .......................... thousand of flowing wells. It.s a Dr.LAXD.5Fill1A1ss
,-" Tooth of Daytona on S .1 DEL.D., FLA. near Lake Helen and at this
F the Daytona-New ; and surely you will join in : Dr. SAMUEL M. LONG : continuous show with a constantly place several hundred people.make

Smyrna hard.ur- the! ch.>.-u' and say that this is a shifting scece. winter
headquarters. A large lumber
+ tkee road,the ceenleU .. I DENTISTS G. W. Fisher :
world render for beaut
of the Kant S. Fred Caminnjs ) ? Everything: goes, from a 2-horse mill and the largest brick plant in
t hwmy I DILANDi; TLL :
Oosat. The town U Owaer sad Manager Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage One Door North of New Merchants j power up to a 200-hor3e: power and Drug Co. the South are located at Lake Helen. I I

)ocatedoatbeHsll- Bank. I ell degrees of speed from canterto
a
;i:, !
: Drugs
Homes. I Stationery ORANGE CITY clothingIFhingS
1. tax'Elyer and 1eonoecUd ..........................1 a two-mniie-a-mhiute clip. You will I Huyler's Candies,
with tbe
;\ PORT ORANGE Xo one of Daytoaa's attractions, probably catch the spirit, when 70- Kodak The principal attraction around
jntnsa1& opp.sltebyge. 'f j I Cigars '
perhaps commands more nearly universal ,do the roads and the beach are yours I Orange City is the many handsome Shoes
DzLAND, FLA.
,- Tbe town Is well BEACH attention and praise than does | The Manhattan Cafe I I The Florida sunshine is free, the I f golden orange groves. The town is

1ai4 out and has the anUtlc! cottages. The owners of balmy ocean breezes are free, thebirds supplied with water said to be the
Lots for Sale. | for ladies and gentlemen. <(f I,
homt"S..A
,, .wamaf large pretty number of these charming villas hail from every A !I and squirrels and flowers are A. H. f OODALL purest in the world, another attraction

toorUta and winter Liberal Terms corner of the country and they bring $ Regular Dinner 11 to 1:30 Daily. < !I free, the sparkling fountain water is i to visitors. It'is at Orange City
Allowed for
I THtOeota make Port IMPROVEMENTSOcean their own architectural plans and Short Orders. Fresh.Box Lunches f'Everythini free and you will have to go down The : that passengers over the Florida East
;
'1 Orazgewlnter head. or River build upon them. and. as the archi- ; Special Attention Shown to Ladies. 0 i into your wallet only for coin for Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and

J tauter* a, sue of the FISHINGCOUTl"nInt t.ecture of one section! of the country auto, and bed and board. GROCER ; drive to Deland. The town is sur-
: .'reral. .ttractl n to Auto-. differs from the architecture of an- | THE MANHTTAN CAFE I j rounded land
"kIDC the excellent mobile Race Course* This is no fanciful picture; it's ali by peculiarly adapted
t other do homes differ in } 38 South Beach Street < > DzLAND. FLA pJ.
and Bridge. so our : to DLLD.Y
!!sbtag here. Its drawing other thousandsand the cultivation of citrus fruits. i .
A abort distance WM.Apply C. HOWESA to outward appearance and structural !m.:! :! wr .:!.:!-:!(! ta'dznp them enthralled it ,,'m''

f... reot f Port Orange cent; beauty from one another. There are -=-----=-- charm and hold you. Come and see j ?.....................................4..+,..... tii
; are the remain off Port Orange, Fla no monotonous rows of strikingly .......................... ; I

ate old' Dunlawton similar bulld'ogs but the eye, as it '.
t n. ar mill a place : When You Are for J '
sweep* by is treated to a kaleidoscopic Looking I i'
t that la visited everygirbyhundredsof Port Orange "From the Grove to the Table" i I THE DAILY NEWS
f- cbange which keeps the mind Some One to Do *

$: toorlata. One time OYSTER CO. wondering. "What next?" : INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT I .. ..

f: mil the country west D. DUPONTOmwer I It Is not: only the exterior of many AND ORANGES i .

i .f Ttort Orange.ar- and Dealer ot these homes which rivets attention i Electrical l fork( j Grown on the Halifax. !, : three swhoSC
rounding the old some persons j S
.-a -mai was a vast In- OYSTERS andCLAMS ; within they are models of convenience The finest quality of fruit for sale I I 2 Gives Away : .

dleo and sugar cane and the finishing and furnI in single boxes: or car lots. Special I names were mentioned in the J

.:. -plantation.The mill Pt.On.ngeDaytoaC. hlng jive evidence of the eleganceand : PHONE 14 : : attention paid to filling orders. I : D .

J: wma operated exten- I cultivation of those who workedit Every a Y previousday's paper _j J
). I MUNROE & STEVENS I __
in those early W llOS .
t diyibutbasbeenla rfvely all out. Indeed it is the interior JFORLAWiJ! GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. .

: tfisosa for forty or EstateInsurance I arrangement and artistic furnishingand :
:;f. IKty: years. Real shading. more than the exterior Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. SS Four Tickets to the Crystal :

1: A very Interesting appearance that gives a surpassing THE ELECTRICIAN. : Theatre and a Merchandise :

2 drive Js from Dnytona bench NOTARY PUBLIC charm to Daytona homes. This feature kJ Best Prices Best Work J m.i: 'i.y.l !, I . .!)!.) !:.!;. :
|r by ocean merits : Order for 25 cents on some :
istly prominence
as another
.'' to the approach ot Port Orange.FLi.S. wonder. .. NORTH BEACH STREET tMcDonald's I GITTENS & MESSING f fj S .

-- the Port Orange ...... ........ 5 : c : local store. : : : : : : :
; bridge, across the + ..........1.1I 'Sun '-! ors to L G Lon;,; A Co I J:

'bridge and then G. MARTIN I Streets and Pavements the Most .......................... I:i @.. Fresh Fish .I S .. f
.
'W 2 --
passing through the and Best. : I :
; : Boat
L principal street of YardS > g Clams I .
:Tort to tae [GeneralMerchandise I Why thq Archttect of the Universe Established:: 1903 :
Orange | and Rose Bay i : Watch for maYS .:
fi.' Tains of the :ele- chose to give Daytona the most admirable . J CHAS M. McDONALD, Proprietor ... Oysters |_ them---your name j

r 'braWd old sugar the most picturesque natural' 2 RaOways. Boats Built Repaired j Market oo South Beach Street ,'?

-i. nut, returning tf' eotting of all the cities of the Southis .I 1 j i be next : 1'I
Itejjona the roalonthemnlnhuid. Port Orange FU. aad Housed. I Phone 5 Prompt Delnrery .; : S

r, --. not revealed, but. that such is a I" .....1..0.:4'I ., Yl.i' @!t "'@:!) !:@!(!@:i; :..................0.................................
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Am" "' "t '. such !eras 'tr. :..:1.: e,, wu>dheussed recently' :'bga'bo&hioffatbropoiogIsta :! : ; ; : ; 3IWUMJ0. Il .
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: beeta t1-lte !pirpsa! .ri .. : : "'Soine, ; l: .kTiBi'i..,nv- n. W
? .s; t: Aotet otR'gpacb stndpiii< hold l from, .f g* E ..
j "'i\;';;' ':" : >:: squash {ifiaii'tte : = xar
: .J. ) +: ; etc.,. aid'imaaji trainloads wearing'; "''iacIHac .of- its,
., ,;, I';" : I.:.of;: .these,,.ardta"so- ,,of", .;.. ,"fr---'l.J1ft", WINI' : If'! fruit,, oranges, strarftlbWieflt'aad-pine lien;,from the dead. periun'a -i spirit.- .twtftaib.> .* J limit

3 . apples"are; ,sent 'to. theN,;: :'!.every The;; Idea -was thai the deceased iVas' :14) abasslii.a_ eM -tlis.
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::1 :," :: day. You 'will.therffore,, see/bow ,It naturally dlsguuted, -to find: hlnwif' : :I'1IaJMth'Jaot'iataiacl4.wifta ot. the, mod ra-.telegraph std tile- t
; dead and that be Vreaked' bU resentment ' #art
is. that a,sojourn here spoafe-coe: for:. FLORIDA 'Plxoae,'its;;"'* '" Aril mt*'as
1 fie ,relation: .. "
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IIAL; tAS r upon his; Therefore .. '_ .
$ &SSIN lfSlT ioII. bas
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ad ..
the rigontot."a SBootk ic a few
; ; northern'/wtoter. We, M o.arched
relations .
.' the> 'thought :.that to alter LEIBCRS&ORF .by', .forest
: i
weir': X4 F%:, thssCak a ; ": have= .not had a stojmjr day for the their,appearance:would"-be ia''means'of! ,Ral WeatA , *rew in stately hory grand r ffc dwriatf.ti.that.&*.

1". I tr r Nf TOOIISI past six weeks: ,.and. only foiir:off i.five. ecepe; ,,and; all over ihe---world' teltewere lapse of. 'bygoac.'feeat $**,:;::,Nc*

cook was bLeh tt,: .: days which were utpieasanli: >> f. Temperatures have generaEy e:8a- practice still surviving In the ; "-
wed ; :'PraperiyI.S.1AIEY and rist:;. ,-t> :
.
!*ONE' PERSON WRITING FROM from, 60- to' 76 degreeS. an'7'bati1I ,Impenetrable TeIl of'the:wldow-: : Alt' ... '' t ;,
K -- nature fs .
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the'tHne 'TXie dtsgulsesmourners'used=' .. j.
se rb log 'all and at:.any hour of such .
HERE;f TELLS' OF THE. 'PLEASE8 -I the day '.with safety. The hand-' or- aa the veil, '.the turning t'tb| ,clothes the tourist and jhiroV MI> I; H..w Y+Ati
: inside out and the sharmg Of:the bead&aa" ", too is;to fottidihe .fj a.d .
Tied
a city' for'g UR gars and monkeys$, as wd'as the ..
}! .AND BEAUTIES_ OFTHJ8COMMUNITY. the 'Ainosj-were : hunting in tae ofF!
practiced .by .Utc :
1tV.
tier peS Rkt r" Wednesday, !! zf' ., hack drivers and autos, "for rent, ple 'enough; but supernatural .... ,. -( "!('fMaJfThe ., ..." .
: rich beluga I :GiHrir ''people'are:;:thrifty/tIWi-. ':
; reap a harvest here for there: Rene it to' - ; .
,
always appeared '
( t
MK.:1 easy ""* }
are miles of nine .loads and n. -iicss iea Wit _t") :
many .'HardwareBsilder's
That .trick .
Daytona is appreciated .... '
{ j
'wtll, eaII.jforyonrcleaa people'Kvinsr in the north as an Ideal by: teresting scenery for 'thcee> who)ash Another theory of mourning was .;aJ '-in extending,the xdcomeFs.

winter resort is shown by the. following I to ride, and there are anauyy chWren that it was put on to Warp people:that ; : hospitality to: s traagete. .t
who are amused with: tie antics of its'wearers had been contaminated by fire chnfch.edi5'ces for white. "people' :
4 t: 7r ;ate iarlly;, Who have Y., ,,taken' from a Fort. Plain, N.'I the monkeys and toss them the coins "death.. There was an Idea,of pollution ,Supplies and an .numberfor the'colored F
paper:
; fed ; the Troy Housednr'the ; that' are given by ,generous--parents" attached to the great mystery.! All Furniture population;"the: town"has'ran: excel''
iaon left' Tuesday "Daytona! Fla., Is a favorite ain .
$ after' early people shared the horror of death lent hlh"school,
splendid public :
1
and ;:
: ior. I ash .; D, C., lor s ter resort for: residents of Fultoa and: and the fear of the return of the spir '- i jk* 'i :

week. s'"o 'tt, ehroute' to their home Montgomery counties in this state, LAst OF mm COURSE its. Thus in.the Sudan widows sprinkle UndertakingNew houses.library, aad up-to-date business" I ti k *

:Ash abnfa, Obio. owing largely: to the fact that one their food with ashes 'to preventtheir >'
; of the best located and most homelike husbands' ghosts from, eating it. ,Sm rna There 'are.any' number of pretty
COMES FRIDAY EVENING[
,. hotels there, the Palme'.to: isowned I :: -Exchange. homes for the permanent population,
q.1r: J ;. Herniae, Osteopath...' 20. and conducted by C. O. Cham-i ; which. numbers close to 2,000.,and, ryJ
!'", Ave, t>aytona,: -1 b&rlain, manager of the Adiroidac'k ROSS CRANE PROMISES PLEAS- THE ALEUTIAN ISLANDS. some very fine winter residences. SlA Tf ,
:': .. .
\,; ., .-"'. f*?*+ .' Inn at Sacandaga Park in the good OCEAN ROUSE There are good hotels and boardinghouses :
;Mr,'.and Mrs%.7.. O. MonOhan, 'who old_ .summer time. Writing from{ ING ENTERTAINMENT WITH They 'Extend East and. West For More where you can find accommodations -

.f "h t av3.t been pending l ; .the.,season.: ID Daytona, a. correspondent of the Troy|.i HIS CARTOONS AND WORKINGS Than a Thousand Miles. F. W. SAfSPROPRIETOR .to meet your requirements. I NfW Iim

', e iTltl.l:- Mra, Monchan's sister! Press says: We are Just entering' Few persons are aware! that the Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a. JOHNT.HAMMOM' *

)rs. L., D. Eitcher,, at her home. on.upon the last month of our visit: I IN CLAY. shortest route from San Francisco' to section of vegetable land:as can be Preside7- -
'i JbraH avenue, departed f Japan Is by way of Alaska. Nearly'thousand a Rates: GEO., (.. BRANNIMI .l
.e. Monday ont here Thus far we have greatly en-j:! Some men make you laugh but afterwards found anywhere. This land has beendivided Uashler:, ,., ,
t. ':!be' return,.to"\MatshaUtowm'Iawa. Joyed miles are saved to vessels $3.00 per Day )k_t tTraesa
the i>lace; da fact, more so you are ashamed of yourselffor into small farms which can <01"
_-'h;':, Y i' .- I than the two previous visits! here. laughing. Some public speakers along trading the with Aleutian the orient Islands by rather coasting than Special'per be bought at reasonable prices. Someof ..y..l, s.GeNrr'aE -:,,.;; ..,P..,

i || **FOR: SALE-: Pierce. Arrow ,Auto I,The natural beauty of the town, with create great enthusiasm' while they following the Hawaiian route. WeekExcellent the finest celery grown in,tHe state fi t: ;

: ,.t Jjtt, good shape *foil equlpmient, 'tires I Its wide avenues' and streets: and I!j:are .speaking but leave a vague and The Aleutian islands,' which extendin I Huntingand is raised on,this land. All other vegetables B"' r't

-l. practically new. Bargain. u''so'd the spacious parkage lining bosh: uncertain impression with the sui -I a chain east and west for more FishingNEW grow in abundance, and here: BwMat J.; ; -

.;.k 3oou. J. Lu Magee, Clarendon; gar- sides of: the roadway, the majestic dlence. There is something about! than a thousand miles are Inhabited' SMYRNA too, is the,home. of the. famous Indian. 4pcr: Ceat t. .'

.."*v. *?e. Seabreeze., .Fla.! 99-100-l6l-102.. live oaks with festoons of Spanishwoes the work of Roes Crane SO vivid, Inspiring I by the remnant of.'the Aleuts. Their FLORIDA River oran g es. '; TIme . t".. :.
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1c glossy leaves, and to .bud and tl.
soon in the minds of his hearers.
3 ,'been,In the habit ot.cutting from the brave in their struggle for ..independence It'
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)ally ,News_ the exce lent.-descriptionH blossom filling the atmosphere with This Is always remarked upon and that they succumbed to the Russians NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN 1 N...NN ; \ ..
''t" ;' t Daytona e.nc3aatlig' fragrance; thethree hundred and is happily expressed in the follow- only after a conflict 'of nearly : .
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more varieties of birds with their ing editorial comment from the fifty' years, and then simply becausethe
". .r. thinks. .friefids, and ''business, firms attractive (plumage and musical warb Charles City la., Dally Press: race was almost exterminated in ( The Joseph Zap Co I
;; ;t? aed; It would, be well for thispractice ling; the many miles paved with "Ross Crane has come and gone the struggle. ,
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:f adopt While the Aleutian islands must ,
concrete the .
; Halifax river and the but his impress rema'ns. He is -
& :eQbpreaders.of: ,the paper. half-mile peninsula beyond with its I. truly an artist with the crayon and eventually form an important link in .. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.' ;;0:: .'; :}. :,
the commerce between the United
cottages, groves and grounds and the sculptor's clay. He has the
States and the orient other islands Is justly called the largest and most reliable liquor $ :
Life preservers, Inspected solid then the grand old: Atlantic, with I:is poet's imagination, the philosopher's y'
'cork, $ ,.90; Shebler Carburettors, 1 smooth beach 500 feet wide-all this wisdom, the entertainer's! skill and link the our north.country In with'the the narrow vast empireto Bering t house in Florida. Sole distributors for .,

'.Inch, $8.15; Side lights, freenal glass, and much more that ,could: (be
men the exquisite charm of the true gen- strait lie two little islands, one occupied
:pr.;.$3.50; Acme dry batteries, each, tinned make Daytona the most Interesting : tleman. He'delighted' everybody with by RussIa, the other by ,the United Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer r'J;,

? .20; Jump spark coils guaranteed attractive and enjoyable' pace his entertainment and set a new States, so that citizens of the two is .
attention called to the
I '$3. 0; :Make and break coils: waterproof largely free from show and snobbery, pace esthetic for all who follow, and great nations live on respective islands Special :; _

$1.65. If it's for a motor boat is clean and wholesome. It Is well we would gladly welcome his re within a few miles of each 'other. MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT.. ; i/ _

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I WEIGHT DURING TIME OF :
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War Veterans and while he is In the for sale by dci1: ; 71. '
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D. McCurdy, arrived here :yesterdayand i no The Schantz Electric j.
regular inspection of the company. ,! ... .
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{ . I Curdy. This afternoon he went to:];I of his visit to Daytona to agi- and Water' I.6. .'. .c t '(c 1 '

J:1: St. Augustine where his machine''''| tate .the. formation of a camp of U.j I _. ., f<: f1
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: : DAYTONA FLORIDA. he was in Cuba' he lost 30 pounds enlisted men in the U. S. revenue I I I
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I and that McCurdy also lost 20 pounds cutter service on vessels controlled . .I ,
c 'Daytona Gazette-News, Near South Bridge while he was th re.Yard attributed : by the war or navy depart- .t 4 -' t, ',.. _'3:
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MondayWednesdayand Friday IOR i any of the food but when he struck are still in the service or have been I i -Atlanta Special" ,/

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ADDRESS LETTERS TO I I ,! He said that he was: arrested restrictions, eligible to membe:

.I about every time he turned around on ship. All veterans coming within i f SOUTHERNRAILW'\f ; ":
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4 i : the island. Once they arrested him this class should se'e Capt. Clarke :
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STEAMER 5,. near being mobbed. He told the be welcome. i Waslunff. New York ..dlk.E* t. :
L story last night to some friends here. iI | Jacksonville...........;.40 a. m. t ;1=
t' I Cherokee Tomoka River I I "Talk about people being aSHy excited -! ;1 Ar Atlanta..................Ji.OOp.m. Lv Jacksonville.._..... 9.00a.m. I
: I ;( SIN TO BE REMODELED{ { { Ar Chattanooga............9.85 p. m. Savannah..........._ 1.10p.m.,
f. FOR : said \\'ard.Vh) those peo- Ar Cincinnati..8.00 a. m. Lv Columbia ...._....._ 6.40p.m., .
t ,I jple over there don't ever take time ; Ar Louisville ..............S.40 a. m. Ar Washington......... 8.53a.m.. '
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. I to think. Its too much work. I had: FOR NEXT SEASON'S I BUSINESS. Ar Chicago ...................5.25p.m. Ar Baltimore...........10.02 a m.12.23p.m.. '
i i : some Spanish promoters handling Ar Cleveland................3.15 p.m. Ar Philadelphia.......... .
!; .. [ there for At Santa I Ar Detroit....................4.00p.m. Ar New York............_ 2.31p.m.
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WILL MAKE NO MORE TRIPS
: |i[ Clara they engaged a field about, E
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upper J ( eight miles from town and adver-: f FLORIDA LIMITED.West JACKSONVILLEATLANTASPECIAL. jrfi
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i tiled the price at a dollar a head. jI j and Northwest.Lv .
Irst. I After the crowd got there they raised, MORNING FOR ST. AUGUSTINE Between Jacksonville tad AlluU.
i i F> : Jackson\ille.......... S.05 p. m. .-
................................... j it to $2.."O. The field was surrounded; J! \r Atlanta! ................. 5.20a.m. Lv Jacksonville............8.50p.m. .
..... .. ........ WHERE WORK WILL BE DONE. .
r by high mountains and unless one got, Ar T Muisville ............. S.55 p m. Ar Macon....................4.35 a.m. 1
n @! \ J invde! it was impossible to see me Ar t incinnati.............. S.35 p. m. Ar Atlanta_..............._.7.45 a.iii.Asheville. i I
@@(i ! The steamer Swan, wneh arrived
alLVell when they raised: 'I Ar Chicago ................. 7.45a.m.Ar i
Steamers U.S.A. I fly at rom P-JLm. Beach Monday, vvi..i make Detroit................. 6.30 a. m. N. C. .
LouisvilleLNashville I Iis the price that called everything off':'no more trips this reason, as WIlL : Ar Birmingham ..........12.15 noon Lv Jac'ksonvilIe..9.oo a.m.Ar I "!
right there, as far as an orderly': De seen: bv reiertn/oe ,to the ad\'t'r- I Ar Kansas CitY..IO.25 a. m. Asbeville ......... ......7 00 a.m. '
AND- Constitutionare crowd was concerned. They started t.neLaent. : elsewhere in this issue. Ar Colorado Springs..... S.15 a. m. Ar Cincinnati.............8.00 a m. t t
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Augustine, where the will be re- ; PulInUtnJ1rawln Room Kl ping Cars. Dining carbervlcs'. ;:
now running betweenDAYTONA for me outside with block and tackle j modelled during the summer her: I'lTY TICKET OFFICE0.. lOS WEST BAY ST. JAOK80NVILK.FLA. f' 3
Railroad J I and other conceivable appliance For Pullinun Reservations and Complete Information,communicate withJ.
every deck house lowered i
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and j being and he l J. McGEE. C. P. &: T. A.. G. R. PETTIT. D. P.A-
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,, I engine shifted to the ho..d of the'I Jacksonville Fla. Jacksonville FU.
\ PALM BEACHLeaving | him feel to home. There wasn't any'welcometoourcity' j boat, better fitting her for se:vk e : I JNO. L. MEEK. A. G. P. A., Atlanta Ga.

Mont omery Route. | [ spirit about that in these waters in which, she vvul be''; t II

i I crowd. I just stayed by my machine: used again next season. 000000....,.....................X00.00........,...
Lv Jacksonville A.C L... 8.15 pm } > i ready to take to the air, but a calm I II i '!
|> Daytona Saturdays and Though some difficulties and d -I ...r:
' Lv Birmingham ...........12.22 pm Tuesdays at 8:00: a. m. I prevailed after awhile." I hays have been met this season and ----.----- -

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'. Ar St. Louis, L. & X..... 7.40 am J I about going to Cuba again very soon.I caused through; oe-ng obliged to use 069.0.0.....00...........60000000..0 ...
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; Leaving Palm Beach Saturdaysand wood instead of coal lor fuel, owing Ito
H. F. Greeuleaf one of Daytona'sregular :
; Dixie Route. I' Tuesdays at 9:00 a. m. the dilficuity in secuimg the l..tt..1
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i Lv Chattanooga ............11.37am & Prince George PockSteamer'Rrpubile Barker on son's business considering the t-x-1'I Z

Ar Chicago ...... ..........._ 6 47 am || Ridgewood avenue. opposite theRidgewood I perience of the present season a :
hotel at which hostelry I
h leaves Daytona for ""t. i iI
t I Augustine on Tuesdays Thursdays and .s l- he took he: meals departed Mondayon I valuable asset in their future bus.-: SWANx
I urda>sat b a. in.
:. South Atlantic Limited. f Leaves, 4t. Augustine for Patorn' on his: return to Boston Hass. J nEc5. i ;
r Mondays 'Wednesdays!! and Fridays'" a.m !
Tickets on loan steamer

! Lv Lv Jacksonville Knoxville, L., A.C.L.& X12.20.. 8.15pm mCincinnati. .g I McCOY BROTHERSSeminole .............. .. ........ ..;....... ..... .......;;;. -t I

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f Ar Grand Rapids...... .... 6.45 am nr x; : ATTRACTIVE\ RESIDENCE i will be remodeled andthe

Ar Louisville ......_......... 8.40pm |j j"Ar I FOR SALE :11
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i I, Indianapolis............- 1.05 am i Limited OF NINE ROOMS .: house lowered in< ;
4 I SOLID TRAIN each with three windows I
: having southern exp urt';; finished attic, bath, :

Three first-class Electric Lighted % Electric Lighted Throughout. : lavatory and large butler's pantry with Lot and cold soft wat'r. City water : : f preparation for next ,

Trains, Berth Lights Dining Cars $ also connects. Best of modern
furniture,
pt5 CE,' electric lights, furnace besides : !
:. on each. train,a la Carte. |j : large fire place in living room, spacious piazza; servants' rooms and garage, i year's business with

:.: -- : outi 'e buildings. Price $17,000, includes piano, electric phaeton and : I I 1

I charging plant. Lot 80x300 containing small orange grove and Un other : both
f freight and :
i Louisville S Nashville R R : varieties of passenger -
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fi Inquire 10, to 12 a. m., 3J: North Ridgewood avenue. : :
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. .tovovore Observation Compartment and bleepIny I !
.. Nice Assortment of Cars. Individual rth lights. Free t

." I Lv.Reclining Jacksonville Chair Car.. ..,..Dining.... .......Car.....s.iOp.m. Manufacturers of 2. D I The Last Trip of the Seasonwas
! : CROCKERY : Ar. Chicago. ..... ....... ..7:15 a. m. ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER
, Ar. bt. Louis.::....:........:::.:::: :: :..7:20 a.m. Laths : i
2 At Reasonable Prices. 2S For sleeping car reservations and railroad Shingles Flooring Ceiling Brick Lime and Cement m Stock Z ,
f tickets address : Office and Yards: East Coast u tilvia>' aid orange Avt- e made arriving at Daytona Monday,
f JOHN P. POLLITZ: S H. C. CANTWELL, 'Phone 83- I : I
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Broad Piazzas on all ,GRAND i MATRON'OF FLORIDA. EarstoV' '' -f'Palatka, .are ,in the; _eLF '

kOai Stia .Heat,,'.JS.vcrf Modern The meeting, of' Live Oak Chapter for ..''few days, the* guests of MR. .. rwlJl '

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CooYenicnce Sew for.Booklet I No. 1, Orderof the Eastern ,Star, and Mrs.. J. T. Dunn ou Bay streeC ..' .. .. ....;: '. "'.'>t., $." ," ,
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: : Mrs. E. Lapp was in the ;.: PrI .11Tt

J tz A'0ttXirraEansett Pier IIhodeIsland.04s'h \ any probably' former more'session largely of that attend'edthan :body, Tne day. to view the aeroplane ..* Hate Eroadway.Kackstoae.NewYork ChicagoU W.......*{..S:J\.i. ,1.- "Y',,,.y.J rrl' '-
flights and attend the meeting of 1
over 80 members, and visitors'bel rg Live Oak Chapter O. E. S.. In the NOiONOOINiNNN.NIOIOiN.. .:.(.i.. .. .
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: : : :; places, as -wel as from points i i Saratoga Inn : 'i
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: .qGEWOOD; throughout or roadster. Must be in .food .. ........,"'". I .
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,. ., The condition and cheap. 71 Fairview n ,.JOHN. J. McGUIRE. .l"89ne" r.':'.: , .\ ,, :; 'r., ; ".
special feature of the -meeting fc--' **"i I% j4 "" '
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.\M E.: ,D .I iGjf RTHY. rr; 'Proprietor.OPEN. i was the inspection of the chap- avenue. IftMtMr. i WE INVITE INSPECTION as'SiagIe orE: Sde."Bttu .Ni'Llitti.itlj -? % ;':: 7.

,. ;.' ' ? :- .. ; It: ter by Mrs. Cora A. Franz, Grand 5 .., TtSleoEtketestofereryt. g ia '-o". :Term. nu.;rewir0:aswc 1.;''', r2 ." : f ttJae .
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j.' ;NOW .. i Matron of the ,state, who arrived : and Mrs. Joseph Levy of j | service_ wffl permit,_fire oa appIeatioa i ;; Dec.. _..tit to.M.. *>_Ut.! :Plntr.lh,'DtM ::1;;, '" .ti '
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Bradford Pa. who have been in the '
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"" city for several weeks, guest at '" .j,1 .
tofepay an official visit the
to chapter ,
.4, tswill'be.:,t. managed,.by=white Northern help,, the Despland hotel, departed Tuesday :"tNa.N/ONI@NIO_ ?..iNl/tllNIM! .@ii1 O M - ' '4. .it, ,

?,l1m,some of the;:finest hotels in the North, and white f 'Mrs. Franz .made an interesting I afternoon on their! return north. BENNETT' *f1 :,i.\ .
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z; ed:':the glioatthe.house.. The table will be supplied j t! address as did also Judge and Mrs.! Mies Katie Pop 'ell, postmistressof DAYTONA.. FTLORIOA, '! .\ ... ;. _,
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jr l; } &*. V" 2 of Palatka and other visitors '
the delicacies of an'd : i Seville la In the city for a, few ;: Noir open for the third season under the liberal management' of A..H.:and E.JJL.'' ; {! .
: all :* the season, cooked served by the and members spoke briefly, after! days, visiting her s'eter-in-law, Mrs 0 LANE,proprietors of Boston. The Bennett It flrst-clasa in every portlcnJar. The < >* .l. :
'/, C *s % : t which refreshments features are-Superior table,white employes a modern house, a genial homelike':( |!
Chefs,: d,Waitresses obtainable, were served and I Arthur Poppell and )Ir. and Mrs. J.1 Z atmosphere and a location on Daytona's boulevard Ridge avenue.. Two tea < > *; .. ;. '
-p a pleasant social time enjoyed. i L. Robinson. Miss Poppell arrived nls eourt ,garage. Hotel wll\be open. entire month of April. It* _

: =. pone iddr sVPrQptietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y. i ,Tuesday. : Svaiaer Resort-The Oceaasule and Cottages. BfarUekead. Mwaekatett, :

TOM JOHNSON IS BETTER. ; I .1lo1N.1.1.1.1.1.1...!1.............1i1o10/0414N0,
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., "I'J'' ... \ : Improvement Is shown today In the I THE PROSPECT _

: : tt tPRINCE: ,GEORGE : condition of Tom Johnson.! return to Hamilton. 101-1 .
. II IIMr. 109 South Rid ewood Ave -r
? '- DAYTONA, ,FLORIDA : and Mrs. J. F. Gulls returnedthis I 22 rooms-11 'with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station and Post-office. .
JAPAN-U. S. TREATY at :I
from week's visit
morning a
Steam Heat '
I'I ;Hilvard,& pt'r
j ; HolroydJ Proprietors = %
RATIFIED AT TOKIO. Tampa, St. Petersburg and other : .SlsH Mr. Foster p. j.. DOYLE. Proprietor. .
points on the gulf: coast, and are .: y9ea0
WILL REMAIN: OPEN UNTIL MAY 1st. : TOKIO Japan, March 29 The : ..t4se_................ 'ft
again with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bennett
treaty of with the United .
:Conceded to "Be :the'best situated Hotel in this section. : commerce c:: '-o.u:!'!:' avenue. ...4I ....................NNIiIII.....1111N/N1. .-...-..: s 3.
States was ratifkd by the privy council .
,n t 'Two,hun Bred foot frontage on Halifax River. r t
today. HOTFT JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. 1 ,
;.t:fj Pool Room. Orchestra. Sun Parlor : :Mr.: and Mrs. T. W. First and J lAWJiljl SENECA CORNER DUVAL AND, OCEAN BT8. ..: :

-'; 1 White. Help t in Dinin Room.49teFitfOeGeorge.PlertttheonI7iandingIn r : l"S. A. R. Wade cousins of Mr. 0 '

f' PEARY REAR ADMIRAL and Mrs. G. H. Matthews, who have : ENTIRELY NEW. ':I; '
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; ; Daytona fotl St.Augustlneand AND ON RETIRED LIST. been in the city for some time, Albert Bennett, Proprietor C. R. Bennett Manager .
jfellB Be&eh boati. Particulars, with pleasure : guests: at the Osbbrn& on Orange .
... WASHINGTON, March 29-Robert : A. Nice Place for Nice People.' Running Water. Steam Heat and Phone-In Every .T
avenue, departed Tuesday aboard
.'tr ame Minat ent as,THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park.,N. 3.f4 : Peary was today commissioned a Room. White Service Throughout. /'if&Mr. Foster. ;.
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the Republic, enroute north. '/ .
\- Mr. Foster rear admiral and placed on the retired . ... ..... .. . NOON 4+.. ; ..
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II'U.. I. ..SIUOEHOo@SR0e, ...o//e/o/....... list His! commission dates **LOST -Blue enameled bar pin ,
:" 4"FL-. from April 6, 1909. the day he dis- t ...1..N..1...00.NNI.NIONIINNN01. ..IN4f01NNN ;;
with three pearls on Beach 19 reet. '
covered the north po!e. H H. MANWILLER. Proprietor f {
.... enei. ..sli>BOaasuiaeeooee/Oe. .ooeoaeteeoeeo.t Return 338 S. Beach St. Reward. I': NEW DEflDllCiIM( DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA t' .
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-= ONE NEGRO IS FINED; .J This new and select family hotel has just been enlarged and refurnished :
the Misses
Mrs. G: Van Horn, Ia.I.
l THE NEW GABLESDaytona : DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.B. and Floretta and John. Van '. for the season 1910.11 to meet the requirements of its growing patronage. .

>> city I : Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths Electric and Gas Lights Call Bells :: i
who have been in the for a few |II'; (
Lunden, colored, was haled into
and Rates
: Rates S2.50'per Day Upward. Weekly on Application :
Fla. the Oaks hotel,
., weeks guests at j '
the court of the mayor Wednesday: I Hummer Address: HOTJ<:L LECHEVALIER, Ocean Grove. N. J. .
r NEW HOUSE CENTRALLY morning to face a charge of left Tuesday on their return to Jer1 1. 4. KY_
being City X. J. They at one time ...*.........*+.....................................+
b .. {4 s.{ t+ '' :x LOCATED. EVERY MOD = drunk and disorderly because he is sey : ;
::" ERN CONVENIENCE AND resided here and have many friends j ; I .
alleged to have raiced a roughhouse IS // 0@/N N/08NN .WNNO/ N40.A/@N..010 :
: :. COMFORT. .. .. ..J.1'yam | in the city.
r in Waycrcss, and fined $5 and 1 ;

. Steam Heat costs. Two witnesses appeared to i The Lane "
Throughout .: The members of 062eola Tribe: ;0 Ivy inn w it
prove the truth of the charge. rA
No. 21, Improved Order of Red Men 1 :
x: S. H. MOSELEY e' -- High Grade House, catering to the most particular people. Central location. Z __
of this city have accepted an invitation : :
Proprietor. : CHIEF TELEPHONE LINEMAN $3.00 and $4.00 per day-$17.50. and higher per week. y {
Indian ke : j '
attend cream
The Arlington Thousand Island to an !
,,'a; : > ... Phrk, N. V,, during summer of HANDS IN RESIGNATION. social Friday night at the residence: t I'J Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor v 4
1911. YI
4 r ', /l.sT Mr. Foster : J. R. :Merritt: chief lineman of 'of Mr. and :Mrs.: Edinondson at Holly ,j1& Mr. Foster s ss

the East Florida Telephone company, Hill, given by the Union Sundayschool I NNN 1NN 1 1sN10 NN e Ne NN s e :;rryes,

I..................... .........D.- has handed in his resignation to take of that place.A t:
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effect at the same tIme as that of !
report has reach d this city ol" :
.loeeu>teeeeeoseeosoao/eee/e.o//................. the retiring manager, II. C. Thompson. THE E.H.PURDYProp.
the Jack oayille Saturday SEVILLE
marriage in : : #
0 Though retiring: from his po- I Daytona, Florida 4,
evening of Col. A. Soliday of I M
e it ion with the telephone company, r__
I? THE HAMILTON i Mr. .Merritt does not intend to leaveDa.tona. Watertown, Masts., and Mas. Mary P. : GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON.

., but will open a business Winterbottom of New York, wer.l I : Surrounded by Spacious Grounds, in the most delightful part of the City ,

New and First Class : here for himself. I i iKOHLS known and'' popular season guests of I i The guests receive"the best the markets afford in the dining room, and every .
the lespland hotel with many : comfort and convenience that a well regulated hotel can ofler to the public. 1.s .. A

.. friends! : in this city. I II .....................................................

\AT GETS A TIP -- I _. - .- ,

Steam Heat Electric. Lights Electric Bells : ON LORIMER BRIBERY. BIRTHDAY SURPRISE I :I! |.0/0LO/0/0>:0/.......2..J..L. ,
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If: is,*< Elegant Rooms, with or without Baths i. SPRINGFIELD, 11., March 23-H.j|i AT SARATOA INN. i,! :I I Ii : Th e CI eve 1 an d, DAYTONA ment. Centrally, FLA. Under located new good manage-table a=

II. KohLsaat the millionaire P lb.;i A very pleasant 'birthday party ,. and best of service; steam heat andi/ T SIMPSON Prop. ..
fisher before the Helm ', wJ> ''l
0U investigation was enjoyed at the Saratoga Inn j'Tiuday : electric lights. Reasonable rates. :.

ll> committee today testified he had evening" on the occasion of !i..110/oto/./d/e//tc//0/0/0/./0/./o/e/0/0/0/0/..ove.

; ; MRS. I. M. MABBETTE, Proprietor i been informed that a fund of $1UO- the fourth birthday of Master Oscar: '- --- - -,- -

t 000 had been raised to obtain the Smith, son of )lr. and Mrs. 11. \Yil-j1! :1 .oaa00 1

.; ';'aimettojAvenueffK Mr. Foster DAYTONA. FLORIDASCHMIDTS : election of William Lorimer to the mot Smith of Avoca, X. Y. Little 1 r"--THE. STiN. 'I

United States senate. lIe refused to Oscar;: was: agreeably surprised when' \
e/0/0//o/e/0/..............i.o//./o/.../o/. divulge the of his '
.. name informant; he toddled into the pretty dining ] j I

I. but said he was a rcs'.dent:: of Chi- !' room t.o see a beautiful cake witb'i' :I 0\'ERLOOS1NG TEE HALIFAX DAYTONA. FLORIDAG. .( .

elesehteeei.HOISSS..Heo.eoleoe00iee00T .... cago. several little candles wbJchver !i I( W. SWAN, Proprietor.
lighted and which served to light i i; Electric Lights and Call Bells. Steam Heat. Hot and Cold Water. I.I I.
HOTEL : PROBABLY FATAL DUEL \ the dining room for a short time, :
while the gutcits were busy congratulating ...ie ".........."..."......0o..0.ee.......00o.00@A.

!{ Henry Schmidt, Proprietor, Daytona, Florida : FOUGHT WITH PISTOLS. the honored little gllt'>.4. : ------------, ,_.-

':+ Situated} on the bank of the Halifax River, one mile from Atlantic : TAMPA Fla., March 23 Policeman During the evening music and gamt*. I..............-o.e4s.e..N e0-a ,

;>Occan. It has fifty rooms, single, en suite or with bath. Sleeping rooms Wilson lies at the point of death ate|f served to entertain the old'-'r burs : t
!-!re large,'airy, and nearly all have sunny exposure. The cuisine and scr- the Gordan Keller Memorial hospital!I I II MRS. D. J. CUMMINGS,
;;;ice|s admirable. Rates, $3.00 per day and up. Special rates for families : i II I THE PINESAn Propl1etress. !
r. and Charles Brown a negro, with .
::*ft application. ti.
'.:'; t whom the policeman fought a pistol Ii IiIn attractive Modem Hotel. Table and service under direct : '
THE BATTLE OF LIFE
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.. i "BeB0B0B0B0BOB00B0B duel, is iu the same condition at the I supervision of the proprietress. .. 4

.1-i.-. Clara Frye ,negro hospital. A negro its best estate and in its highest :II 338 South Ridgewood Avenue
DAYTONA FLORIDA.Same
,", '-i. named Williams returning home unexpectedly condition (Ue is a fight, not a 4 I

;, ,, .. ._ ...- > .B0B0B0B0H.B0B0 a is alleged to have found trace; a struggle, not an achievement managemczt as the New Magnolia, Asbury Park, N. J.

1+ 113 South Ridgewood Avenue. Brown in company with h:*:> wife. ; a growth, not a pleasure; a ,-18.... s40..8..@0.041e..040...11..0oe.o00.mtONe... :k

_, 'tHE. MAGNOLIA LARGE ;JSUNNY e ROOMS.r lie sent for a policeman, and as soon discipline! not a relaxation. The I : -

'-r.' -.n. as the latter appeared Brown openedfire. maIl who wins its real successes is

.' 1l. calk toe tables and fruit 00 tie place. Furaacefkeat.( RATES: S2.CO per r. The officer was wounded in not he who has the most perfect The
Willmer The
:t day and op;$12.00 per week aDd up. : several places about the body before health, but he who bears disease OSBORNEA. _

: he could return the fire. Wilson fell and: misfortune with silent courage \\'.c. EHANfH.: Prep. OSBORNE, Prop. .
,6 r* Mr. Foster.MRS.. CELESTE RINKS Proprietress.
to the ground, but, lying flat on hit and gains from them a afore daring Comfortable Rooms Rooms Only Modern Convenien r t t50e.

-.aiOI.B.B.lBeB.l.B.l.IOI.B.B.B.l.Btl.B.IOB.l.ieB hack, drew his revolver and probably spirit Excellent Table I ., 75c. and $1.00 per day
Rates Moderate $2.50 to $6.00 week
fatally wounded the u* :r". per
I 312 S* Palmetto! Ave.. D.t..... Fla. I i Steam Heated Rooms 11 Orange Ave

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'f'CITY: HOTEL; ,! COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA. The HARLAN, THE..IN.PINES. Lake Helen Fla. :. .

DAYTONA, FLORIDA. o j Thirty Miles South o! Jacksonville. The Oldest Watering Place in Florida. 1'111 healtUul park offal! .
plrWI'it'n Bericaa Plan Always open New Ownership and Management : HOTEL A punxanipl- of ypnniMi iui..->i. Th. dry plnl'.lu en air : ih
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Good Service ,'IUHatt'. Kv+*rv inodWa Renovated and Enlarged Tht famU!> tl ul-i, 1*:ula warm 'prll1 :a.L1e: zalloll:: a minut-: deliuhtful! I I.attt- 1 l7h'utl. '.lath... PUJ. Itilltal'd->ol1n?, ,.rlu.-t. ""':Ifill". f1'hln nod unnll1g. ..
H. C. F. DOHM. BATHS inn! In muiimioth J.ttol und r glaOui I --. Rut.t;1. J" I' '1IS. ,,:1(1 up; il;II.t!IU (JI'r 1v't'k: and lli. (<<"' J I lititulllutJl', road from .
t Management : .. I'utona w La; !. H>'I"I1.
.i'iini link n. ;.r hut. I. B..t iMimnt lu Florida iifToixiiir;.: Ion *"uoon.L ( .
s, .........1.1o1.1e1@1e1.1e...1eeee1o.........ei GOLF rho 4luI..i':11H1 11"I' ,10..+ ,. riotill hr" II <1'UL< ., !'Jlfln_" Our "a-;' 11UIIM'. Ask Mr. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Abrams, Props. :

SAMUEL H. GROSER. Manager. ............... ......... ....... ................... '

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Now opvn. with t'"t'r.lCKlt'rn. r..Olll.,'.-. situated! on th- famous Indian Riv-r. atRockUilgf. OI'
... Overlooking the Beautiful Halifax River. O thf home of the cholc-!!t oraus"-s,. This hotel I is furna tud and opTatfd (uJUrit : Z
the nerd of tho... who preft-r good tat -to display. Koom with and without private AVIIITI: sisuvic'KiiK.Mr.. Foster JVI-NIXO DIXXKUS 4
e1ike: and Comfortable House. First Class in al1;Respects.J | huth. Perfect >anitary t'lulpnwnt. Mfain ht':tt. AMPLE SUPPLY OF PURE. SOFT '
\ WATEK/.for bathing purpos-rs. Tt-nnis. i: Mr. Foster C. O. CHAIV1BERLIN, Proprietor. chestrn i!jMotorJ>usandnttendantsmeetall trains.' Prscrlpttvetookktonrrgu..st. : TILE Tt'TIIII.L POINT, EAST MOKiciiEs. L. i., x. Y. i '

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'" Locations in I ;althonf earth, air and skyseerntohavecntcrcd Careful DriversFamiitarwithBoads the Rldgewood on :: r military companies came apply to such as is discovered by Gis tf
any part oi ' combi- Treasure discovered by ' 13 s the]
accident. systematic
: into a on a motor trip. for a holiday young wo-
thelattev
4 SeabreezeOffice nation enhance its. every .charm. the windows and waved search would not come within. v
':'.. .-. The beach is the,famous'automobile' E. A. BRANCH his party have been to'C but there was no rise this description; neither would flad* :puttoofclilcaatl the

f racecourse' Where every world'sstrai Real Estate Agent are now motoring up ambition In the town. discovered by astrological or cabalistic: broirida r
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awaY'.recrcl'has
> t- Beach Cottagesa Influence of
sciences or by the potent
Indiana and' records it continues to specialtyDAYTONA to Jacksonville and of young men formed a the -_
and allthese
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; Seabreeze hold without rivabr. home in about company and sent to Boston the divining rod.-St. James Gazette smoot 13eaeir _

; : The beach has a width of 300 to but their elders com- reyn3eb1
I 500 feet and can be used from two spent a week at to make the first article of Completely Hypnotized.
L. Z. 1JR1Ck hours aftentmtil. two hours before ,SEWS touring in a large t1tnt1on read. "This company The dentist had not'advertised him. >pe fins _

CONTRACTOR high tide, thus giving an ayerage of BEACH Mr. Edmonds says ', immediately in cast self asa "painless dentist. says a,I, me

:}; and BUILDER seven.or eight hours for automobil- Dry Goods Shoes, in making such a writer In the Kansas City Times.bat; rAxoagls otes etgofdeaoresges =-

T Estfaint Cottages furnished a Specialty Lug some part.of and each day.Beach each Men's Correct not only for the : he pulled! a patient's tooth so quicklyand drlveee llirostg), ; --
.. Seabreeze Daytona
that the aid
: ->All, ,Work:Ouarr have a permanent population of approximately Wear door life but to study Her Stipulation. dexterously man icalteresis, tot3h
anteed. Across from with sheepish "How do you manageto extract wo-. rsiae
ordinances man ;
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young
> 1500.Sanitary I'I'Thl'.86aS1de 'han Is possible from
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t eibreexePloddas'
._ ; are strictly enforced, streets the possibilities of : d timorously at his fair men's teeth without their screamlngr theawa'
and sidewalks are well kept, and They had sat together in You don't give gas always.of courser
; new streets are being opened as fastas agricultural' ,' for fully five minutes But my office," the dentist replied, of pfsn1w ad _
V.C.GRANT A. VAIEVORD that of, ,a parad se 'nftocPM tQIIsilil!
4 v 4 the increasing population de hardly exchanged a word. '"Is as yoa see. opposite a department
: PLUMBERWater mands. Besides hotels and boarding Contractor' and pleasure-seeking in desperation he dived his store millinery: display When the women thep:; lip thospta

steam and houses there: is ample cottage acco. MASON WORKof trans of the roads his breast pocket and get absorbed in looking at hatthev're ribose ie

-, Oak FittingPhone modation for all winter visitors in AU Kinds from here to' out his cigarette case. insensible to.oainH pteteirtt

,. IMtBDLYTONA Concrete OurbingsSidewalks "Good roads," said! Smilax. Ir I r est o
both towns. ,etc. mind. MUs ..................... frulta;f iod tars gOiieot
BEACH All the attra ,'iveDess of Seabreeze Mis one of the great he asked. :
c FLORIDAPINEHURST applies to Daytona Beach, the two DAYTONA BEACHFITZGERALD the world today. the least replied the young 1R. K MCDONALD t the a

J towns being so similarly situated. vital Importance of ', "If you don't think it will I teroiij-tplanirais
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The development of Daytona Beach economic development sick! : MEATS | .

Peninsula has been fully as phenominal as its & Is being more I : Florida and Western B.aiff a' -
Driver sister on the north, 'and each year The building of good Close Relations. u1i Dibas es .
r Daytona Beach there is a substantial growth. The OATESLAWYERS that man's constituents 13 oae oorsn ;-
the economic
greatest . The Choicest Sfeaks and .
C Modern. Convenience RatesIteasonable. great sand dunes have been leveled by him?" a t'
the country, a The Primest Roasts : Fast ct3aat of '
and handsome homes have been replied Farmer CorntosseL .
Mrs. W. H. Freeman built for both winter and all-year- ing importance free 'em to stand by close enough .. *. anttl*asaA vie'
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Proprietor I Dayton tection, reciprocity Telephone us wht you want and we prettyMonz3rove'
round he does.-Wash-
occupancy. other questions whicih everything. : will endeavor to see that you get it. : lav
Phone ffi 4 tha Daytoaa. .Sefal
public Attention. .
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tamed for thirty days, but we Q I 1"1 j Lots 7, 8, 9 JO, U, each


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after that time. o Lot J2, 100x346, $350.


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1E .': .: ta _t i .'the'trospei'of. the day.. :,Nsbyctti" ; the precautions reasonable : -t: ..
;HBb to use' 'Irixh"': ; 'R' -:, ,
; an word that became I ;,1inettA3 i , .
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A{;:' ::: ; T } 'e'favorjte with,.Sir, Walter Scott. :it "If ,the, king be taken sick." 'saysCoke a : , ,,_ .__ :I; ....1.;
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dor?' not matter., Ito not let us'nurselnt In his "Institutes,- -there oughtto ::. _ f
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:,it.,_ 1.-.s. SHOWP8OO; SS"R : humor of-- the despondent editor: be a/warran Issue fry*in th &j'rivycouncil / ,: .
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',-' '. .. '" N. :\n to certain "physi \ "' '''t1- ';; : ,
< I. V. ,',;I: .::" ? :;;: : <- ;Dew>: >pic'this' ,mom h." cia is ,and ..syrgeons.8utborizing' them .& :

.,-'-?; "'' ( t.i '* Nobody t'an-tell bow' the wonders' of to administer: to the royar patient po- EDMONDSON DONNELLY

L- linii, : Ma 'of'Gases.' Five .Hundred', i language, are'performed nor how a bones, syrupos, lasitavas= medicinal ,. . ;u 10 A JftVE" -.**>._ : _,"*-'"

dials IA wd.Sbt. ";i tnCn. ;Miles.; ,Jn. .Diameter .. Now", "book;comes Into the world Genius ta etc. Still none of these should be gIF I..,............ .'........ .' ... _-.,.'. ., -. -- . ,.
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'B .: Inhabitied) )tike may thick burns low, will be replenished. the councIL, and >they. ought to .set .. .HC=.. ..i i.. .-e sari if' .'
"' .May"r '&om theActronomere H IH....INH ll.iiN !. -, :.
_ : l irtli Assert.P New orbs will bring light Literature down In writing everything done and .' : ,.' : .....:;,- ', ,. ;:
: l,., may be trusted to take care of :administered and they should corn- "".""'"->> ..-. ,-,., <-,
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of phi'" ; ,Witeoa vii ;' ''Inch. 'telesrop e.near .. drama of life with: all its actors,' I trust ItCoke their preparation to any apothe- rHAND ' : . _
_ Y : moods, and strange Cashing fortunes cary. : i I' fir Z } .
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e wrote thus of In > '
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!The curiosity that it precedent .
meets Is
':coanec- : per .. ,,: .lk,"
swirling 'of :1"
a mass sales'600o00o00A0n'tniles "
: year 1C10, and the Is .
::1 pe i.a Insatiable, and the impulses today law practl '
aet to hit. ) in'diameter In 'the, that Inspire it can never be extinguished : cally :as he found It. although at the*! SILVER BEACH i Ii. The best ;mode, ra.": gel, ,iII': i. ., ',',
to theMarlon i act throwing oil Peru:world.Tlltj present time In .
; ,a -John Morley. I practice the privy count r Daytona 40( rooms completely <
atiora, ,0.* tTbe:month ;' : photograph- ,shows ,a__spiral neb'u- Ii I ell simply hears reports of the progress U : ; ', ,
f t stoo T&a erjropgh;' la, //apparently: disproving- the nebularhypothesis' Thrifty Harry Lauder. i I of the king's malady and leaves actual : ,Extending from = :. .furnished. Will sell "at* .a.bar i bi / ,:

! _; trWcVis roeeated a poI* of the famous French as- There are many stories'told of the i treatment entirely to the physicians In = River to Ocean : .:: gain, orvill lease for five';:i I"t .. It ;, ':

__ SiM ball.VTbe' bell Is'thirtytoitteter -, tronomer .La' Place and substantiating' wonderful thrift of Barry Lauder the direct charge of the case.-Exchange. .. .. .. years. '] |,_ 'Z .d.
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b ; and weighs themore'reee nebular hypothesis of Scotch comedian. Once when Lauder _______' |.( ::
Professor Chamberlain GIANT TREES OF JAMAICA.I = FOR SALE OR RENT : .
y : of Chicago uni- was in New York he was in a wine 'I II
UlwaJB\ placed' In posU versity. buying P\My'ot the Astor. Everybodybut a. r_ M. L. : .
Waggonerl
\HKmo 'ent udder left, ';This photograph, Is by far the most the Scot bought wine. When It They Shed Masses of Beautiful Silk'' tw s! 4
BINGHAM & THOMPSON
rtpf'it i i uhtitcotablict'wlth- Tni* 'was1 distinct photograph a spiral nebula came his turn to buy be sighed. Cotton Every Year. e eieI Office reoplo'i State J t' '

: the'stone, ever taken. It was taken by Professor "W II. boys," be said -it's rom The silk cotton trees of Jamaica arc t..J
my
: ,pert' of the bill whlcirfttpporUng ,O. W. Itltchey of the observatory staff.Chamberlain to treat. Come along with me. I've one of the most striking natural features -. .D.....li1.R.aeiii.lii.S..... :........llty.t.stllI.. a

.stone. t.I ,So and his colleagues recently got a fine bottle of old Scotch up In my of this beautiful island and vis .
_- the rest of.the ball polui evolved the theory of a spiral nebula room. I brought It over with me." itors express much curiosity concern w' WNtWNM W' .

_ = pux ace it like, a,mirror,. whipping from its gaseous masses On another occasion be was with n ing them. the fiber of the cotton is

_ perfectly the >trees and .matter to become its satellites. These, drinking party and instead of liquor he too short for textile uses, but its. qual- 4 .

rUeb jBnrjroand ItyVf'ywn'after cooling, will,become planets.a and may took cigars for which those who treat- ity is delicate and fine. *
the monu- become Inhabitable like the arth. ed him paid RO cents apiece. Harry The trees are most Interesting In **

(Erected,, a 'visitor' to the The' spiral nebula in the Mount Wilson put all but one In bin pocket. De spent structure. They reach a height of 20ft Stocks and ,
4tMOTeredVtnat the photograph is 300 feet It Is the tree .f
granite known to scientistsas two bourn smoking that one. After the or largest on I
It '; :Messier ail. according ,too the chartof drinking was over the little comedian the Island and the branches often overhang t
p.: : the French scientist Mes s1'er.: core innn an a"re of ground.
went to the cigar counter and said to
contact with the ped- Sum ,,: them nra centuries old dating > :
Invisible to Naked /
Eye. the man In charge; . 1 sac, man. wool :
tied efforts the of back to the landing of the Span
on part, Using the lower limit or most conservative ye mind J., \"ln' me tennt rlirnr* toi I I BondsWe :,
laid They have withstood the trop 't
- _ayce'8 failed, to return I base of figures, it Is calculat- these fatty cent opAgr The exehancp! : :
ical winds of the region through the
ffcr Its,former positionibq e f ed to be, o.8C3COO,000,000. from was made and Barry went to hU room .
adaptation of their structure. The
;the task real
attempted
J earth. Not even the faintest glimmer with five times as many cigars as he
'bit I 4 mot been tnrn- leaves are very few, and there are
tbe ; 1 j, of Its fight can be seen from earth by had at the start
__i teM first Its movea the naked heavy masses of roots. offer ta sale and
eye. To the smaller telescopes subject prior .;
erlbedVto; the motion of This giant tree flowers once a year.It '
1fp ,; it
seems a blur-hazy, without
It Was Serious.
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Thought
bears a number of pods much the
i a; 'i Problem, form or shape. The burning of the famous Grey- size and shape of a cucumber. These advance the following Stocks

Study I The new world or sun. which scientists friars Church In Edinburgh occurredone pods dry and burst, and out floats the
pce from the Ohio* uni- I on Mount Wilson have photographed Sunday morning and the young beautiful cream colored silk cotton and Bonds complete description

pedal, trips to Marion I pendant from the parent massby people or a house' which backed upon covering the ground and sailing In the i

problem. As the story j one of the luminous branches, because the churchyard were among the first air for some distance. The seeds, of of which will be furnished
r z uwi- :,was spread scientific men I of its density will be whipped as they were preparing to start for course are borne on the silky fila on ap

t urersWes farther away went i clear. It is now some 150,000,000,000 church to observe the flames. It was ments. This cotton is used at present

tile hall miles from the, central luminous area the bouseinald'3 Sunday out and old only for pillow; Its use as guncotton plica ion. '; '
_Vtfce first professor of physics of the larger nebula. It
itself
: may Kitty, the cook was that day responsible has been spoken of.
at the sphere the rough spot on become an independent nebula and
for her duties. Bearing unwonted The trees are often felled by the native : v
'"mih; bras about one-half way up I roam in that section' of the firmament commotion and excited outcries upstairs (- Jamaicans and hewn into canoes, .

ld Its tep: a* it rested on the ped- occupied by the spiral nebula from she came panting and hobblingup which last for generations.-Christian

'Ne4 took a photograph of then ,. which it sprang. from her basement kitchen crying Science Monitor.

ifct'position, the rough spot More probably say scientists, the anxiously at each stair:

atteg.that the ball was moving larger body will hold it in attractionto -Oh. what ia't What !s'U" Soma Task.

the vent cSl'circle. a regular elliptical orbit. -Oh. Kitty look here!" cried one of The office manager turned to the
E ie o rtJiS ienUst who took a pica Walter S. Adams of the Mount Wilson the girls from a window. "Greyfriars new boy."Here .
the ba11ihowed It In a different solar observatory of the Carnegie church'is "
(of burning up. George, he said, "go Into I
It The ball bad turned In part Institution discussed the nebula theory. Kitty dropped limply on a settee. the next room and look up 'collab 527,000 1
t had I Mr. Adams is In charge of the observatory "Is that a', miss?" '
she
ratical circle and, then re- ; grumbled between orate. I am not quite sure about the
lp the horizontal This led to :I during the absence of Its director gasps. "What a fright ye geed spelling." Daytona, Florida, High School

controversy until many men of i it Dr. George Ellery Hale who is inEgypt me! I thlcht ye said the parlor fire The boy disappeared and didn't re 5s, dated April 1, 1909, due
t } met to study the unique prob- ', was out.-Youth's Companion. turn. The manager put the letter
Can't Prove Theory. I aside and took up some other duties. April 1, 1929. Price $103.05and

"We have not time to prove any I Presently he remembered the boy and interest 4 3-4
,'tbeorieS were advanced as to When Ellen Terry was a little girl yielding per
'Mace, .. of the movei$ pt of the ball j hypothesis," said Mr. Adams. "It observe would about ten years old she played PuckIn I went out to look for him. lie found cent. Interest April 1.
thousands of to
requi/e lad the dictionarywith -
years the studying big
many geologists of note and : "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and
in of the nebulae.
definite change any great intentness.
authority evolved a theory had to make her appearance through
t But we find many more of the spiral "What are you doing, George?" he $900
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.ik ,,. ,generally accepted as true the stage floor on a trapdoor. The -4' .1
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nebulae than of the other variety. I asked.
t.i trapdoor was shut too soon and one ,
."t'."s "The nebula we have photographed The boy looked around."I Florida East Coast Automobile
of the ball I I of the child's feet was caught. She
moving -
r ; constant is one of the comparatively few of forgot the word you told me, sir" Association first
I screamed with and Mrs. Charles mortgage
tj* seceded-is due to the unequal pain
which broadside views can be obtained I I he replied, "an' I'm lookin through
Kean whispered to her: "Be a brave bonds 6s. Price $100 and
,' of different parts of the and is really remarkable. This neb the book to find it." ,
ci<,' 'serf a.ce. As 94 sphere its sur-I ula Is undoubtedly composed of gas- I girl. Nellie Finish your part and you' : The manager gasped. interest, yielding 6 per cent

.(,to_:presented to the four eous and possibly liquid substances j I shall Ilayrttmr In 'King John. !i "Bow far have you got?" Dated July 1, 1904, due on or
W ,and. the! portion of ,It to the : like the sun. With the sixty Inch tele- I The trapdoor by this time was open "I'm just finishing the second page
,,of the 'sun would become more : scope we hope before long to obtain a I but the child's toe was broken She. sir." before July 1, 1924. Interest

' ;Heated than the part of the sursnposed i spectrum which will decide the ques- however pluckily pulled herself to "That'll do, George." Cleveland l : July 1. f

,'. to the,north and its cold I i tion. The light Is. however so extremely -: tether anil finished] her speech( Plain Dealer.rSOUTHLAND I' .

Also the surface of the whole I faint that an exposure: of :, I' $2,000Florida

,be. more apt to become more hours will be necessary. .....................................................I :
...' during the day than would the "The 100 inch reflector will havenearly : Publishing Company, I 'E

,.! which it rests as the latter three times the light gathering The >New Excursion Steamer : 6s, dated January 2, 1893, due ; .

and heavier than the ball Itf power possessed by the sixty inch instrument January 1913. Price $100 .
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and with it we should be To the Picturesque Tomoka Cabin .
Heat Causes Creeping. able readily to obtain a spectrum: of i f I: and interest yielding 6 per cent.

ru one. part of the ball expands the central mass for analysis giving us An Elf-gaot Boat Interest July 1 and January 1.
of the neb I : DAILY EXCURSIONS. .
;quantity more than the oth- the chemical components for Elelant Peo- i
Mch heating of one side and ula." J pIe. Buffet Service : $240 -
ee on Board. Separate Toilets for Ladies and Gentlemen with all Modern Con- 4 '
i jij the same ratio on cooling .
veniences. At the Price of ONE DOLLAR FOR THE ROUND TRIP. .
',wi_,flu. }1.i 1. tend to result a slight i BAN OFF FINGER BOWLS. i I Popular JJ Stock of East Florida Telephone 7

i movement which in time DAILY TIME SCHEDULE. { ;
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Company at
>aos {he balt] sufficiently to let Dessert Adjunct to Be Restored For p< .
$ : Leaves Prince George Dock Daytona, 8:50: a. m. : ;
be noted bye English Royalty.One Leaves Central Bridge. Daytona.: S oo a. m. .
t'.n th expan- indication of the way in which I!' Leaves Peninsula Bridge, Seabreeze. 9:00: a. m. J $500 1a,

ate Bide of the ball would things are changing In England's new J Leaves Ormond Bridge. Ormond, 9:35: a. m. + t A
; heavier than the chill- i reign Is the announcement that King Return to Prince George Dock Daytona. 3:30: p. m. 4. Peninsula Bridge Stock at 75 i
aside .
.! e heated side would George has caused It to be known .llmet. Phon.' 1;; 'I i
with whom he Chas. F. B"man, Owner K Seabreeze, Fla.
/toward the bottom. among those persons .x.'> Phont 1;; .1. $2,500. I, t

-IS considered one of the may be dining during the coming sea- ,, ..........................e......... ..4it's .............I .
rfeable e on* record and has son that he does npt insist, as has been ; I. Port Tampa 5 per cent. semiannual i
hitherto, on the absence of 1
3ctence with a new idea con- the custom Water Works bonds 30 pears Par. ,
tfee expansion and contraction finger bowls at dinner. :
The conclusions of Ameri- These dessert conveniences were ban- $25s 000
sts who examined the ball ished from the royal tables over a a New Book .

tted to scientists of Eu- century and a half ago at a time when Pensacola Improvement bonds 30
certain adherents of the young pretender I IF it's a Souvenir Novelty
Ali, agree that the action of health years, 4 1-2 per cent. Par.
drink the '
wont to r
s cold of the four seasons were it's something in Stationery and Engraving: ntG-
the water" by pass-
"the king over
1b e ball to change Its pocitlon a of $50,000
the finger
their wineglasses across i
ing
P rttcle
every day. their ad-
bowls and therebJsignifying CALL ON OR WRITE t tt Ucita Investment Co., 6 per cent. F
herence to tbe old regime. t ,
' AND W SOUTH TO MELT This custom of doing without finger bonds 12,years to run. 596. ; : i

I bowls obtained throughout the reigns The H. & W. B. DREW CO. 4
,Fincfs King Edward-
j | It Cheaper Than Haul of Queen Victoria and :

f M Lake Michigan. even when the latter was Prince of '
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1I has dined out privately with his : P47M
I Central railroad Wales and
,expel way of helping Chicago intimate friends, but the new king ;,. 45-49 W. Bay St. JacksonvilleAND

\: ctsome of Its snow. It con- despises these old fashioned supersti- f .

Ag southbound coal cars tions and traditions, and henceforth

t: sw from its yards and ship- the usual accompaniments to dessert ,' YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND

, Most of it melts en will appear on the royal tables and on SATISFACTORILY.
the tables of those who entertain

P'Meft when the cars reach royalty. CONRAD-OATES REALTY TITLE

t lion is shoveled out and : I '..=

*ort time. As the cars are Long Lived Fenceposts. I We are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin ,
.hl the south anyway, the Fenceposts In Argentina are made '

f cheaper than paying for of quebracho wood which is exceedingly China and Orangewood, New and I AND INSURANCE CO. ' .yj: ,

#x, .- to Lake Michigan. i!I' hard. They last forty years. Exclusive Novelties. I -'Nt.I r

& i',likes Motor Vehicles. I Russia Tries Commercial Schools. :
218.- St. Petersburg has twelve Th'-re are two ticket to th frvstal Tb'atrltomorrow night at the Daily News CONRAD BLOCK PHONE 128 -
, :' KIngdom Is using comIller'l office for Johnnie Guun, S
t ;t sickles, an Increase. In one cial schools, the admission
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.. ;' -: ... ;- .;;r1':. ..., ': .>- : Thursday NightAT Recent arrivals at, the Desplan 3
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Include Chas C Shepard, Chicago, i
Mrs James Stocum Staten Island :

ii Mrs Thoa Murphy Detroit. Mrs W,L

1 THE Ford Miss E L Ford, Miss Kathryn

III I Ford Boston J 0 Wyoa and! wife,

# Atlanta.


rfx' CRYSTAL THEATER. )Ir. and Mrs. Frank Rudolph, Whohave rJ
been spending a couple of
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weeks with their friends, Mr. andMrs.

George H. Monroe on South :

... Ridgewood avenue, departed Tuesday .
.. Remember the Bee Hive North Late arrivals at the City Hotel are afternoon on their return to their CHILDtQTSCaaaofr

fT-: f. Beach St., when looking for bar:: L C Scheffenacker Baltimore, W A home at Montclair N. J. be-to? *ttafrfe' '
gains. Special prices on milHnery.gents' '
s Goebet. Phllade:phia, G W Crist for they; YEMt't>At
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clothing, shoes, etc. :
a.- ... r t t Montgomery Ala. C E Currie, Har- The steamer Constitution arrived a llfetl & H tkWa* -P
wood 0 H Slaughter Birmingham from Palm Beach Tuesday afternoon; ot anytntes ma* **
4 Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Grover who
# W C Jackson, N S Jackson D D on her last trip of the season. TheU. eyes bxdag him or Ur uf
J have 'leen for some time with Mr.I McCaskeil, E L Smith. Thos N S. A., however, .will: make another them with Glftav 't1 ,.
1 and Mrs. B. H. Gardner on South
r; '! Page DeLand, M C Fagg'ill trip southward, leaving the Prince trouble Iti&edkmlessory
Ridgewood left Tuesday afternoon :'
avenue Howes and wife, J "W "Ware Jack George dock at 8 o'clock Saturday i rill tell lea M, y ;=. tA
their return north. They,
\ on Morton," E E Grimes, J R Padett,I: morning as usual. The RepUblic will -
wU visit with relatives: or1:6. Jacksonulle.Mr. continue on the run to :St. Augustine Dr. Neville H.OpfpnefrWj.:,
V Grover in New York state before going I

to their home at Lisbon! X, D. Recent arrivals at the SaratogaInn .
t and )!tb. Geo. F. French, who
are Mr and Mrs W S Barrows
i Miss Marjorie Rotzlen the leading:' have been spending the season as Look for the Sign of tfii"We ,
St Paul, Minn, D J Pence and wife,
., A snapshot at one of the audience, looking at and listening contestant last week in the .Gazettc- usual at the Prince George hotel G R Lloyd, Hamilton, Canada, Mr
c to the Great Comedian, News Great Popularity Contest, departed Tuesday afternoon on their I
and Mrs Edmund Shaw Altoona Pa,:
is receiving much encouragement return to Chicago Ill. They have '
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I Mrs Caroline Williams,
through the work of her many friend been coml .'g to Daytona for the Bloomned'I'J &
:- J. J P Richards: Boston .GRffN'&o87-
r In her behalf. The fact that Miss past five )'ears.Ir.. French !is a :
JOHN THOMPSON and Mrs C C Haven Avon-by-the-Sea,
Rotzien lea'd la-t week proedery natural entertainer, with a seemingly .
X J, Mr and Mrs IIV Smith and ;
gratifying to her many frienJs m nd limitless fund of anecdote and mimicry -
THE FUNNIEST COMEDIAN IN AMERICA. eup porters.Sorority. at his command and his presencein son, Avoca N Y.

any gathering is a guarantee of Recent arrivals at Schmidt's hotel
He Sings More Songs, He Dances More Jigs, He Tells More Chocolates wi.h Gilson laughter and enjoyment.Rev. 'are Mrs L G Sikes. Dowagiac filch, are carrying Uroceria a .._-

: Jokes, He Plays More Instruments, He Speaks More heads, 60c at T. F. Curtis & Son. W H Ingham and wife Fred C Elmer line of Green -r

t : Dialects, He Appears in More Characters 99-3t David G. Latshaw D. D., In- and wife Cleveland 0, Mr and eluding: 3 f

ternational Secretary of the Y.1.. Mre M Leidersdorf, New Smyrna
and has made more people laugh than any other comedianin "". D. B. Barnes Is in the city C. A. will speak in the J.'irstIetho- :\IrV M Voorhis Mrs K D Lilly Golden'Wax BMW

the United States. for a day or two having come over dist Episcopal church this evening, Dr Voorhis. wife and son, DeLand, _

from DeLand Tuesday morning :IE his subject being "Men and Religion Mrs T L Wilson Jacksonville MrsS Green Beus :
Y' AND HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURES. company with G. H. Foote Jr., and Movement." Dr. Latshaw will speak McCullough. Savannah, Arthur

his college friend, Herbert B. Car- particularly on the special: campaignof Williams Jacksonville, Mrs East CucumbersCauliflower

Wednesday March 29th. ter of St. Augusine. :Messrs. Foote religious work among men. Come man, Albany, Ga, A Sereyk, Connect
i a Ml Carter Went up to Jacksonville and hear .the man who eXE'rtesuch icut.

PRICES 25c 35c AND 50c. Tuesday afternccn to see the races, a powerful influence on the men of I

expecting to return to DeLand from Dayton Ohio, while 'pastor of that I Only one more day! rema:ns in Tomatoes

that c.ty Thursday. city. Services at 7:30.: No collect'oa which to help your fa'oritconte3t.
" Ross Crane RRToAoNNDisT Friday Night taken. ant in the Gazette-News Grea' Popularity

E. D.V.. Hose and family, who Content to "win the big bonus Peppers

have been spending the winter in Sheriff E. of 100,000 votes, which ''is offered to
i, L. Smith was in the
the city as usual departed Tuesday who the most
the contestant secures
city Tuesday and Wednesday, ccm- They are Always FreA> '
afternoon Washington, D. C, en-
votes during the week ending tomorrow -
bluing business and pleasure in his
\. -.- rout to No\\berg, X. Y.lr.: and I Thursday, March SOth. at 5
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At 'i-sit. as he was enabled to witness
:Mn?. Rose will sail: from New York the I o'clock. Be sure and subscribe, so
sometime in Main: company with aeroplane flights while haml.ngjout to favorite as this is [
as help your
Safety Solidity Stability. subpoenas to his friends to -
appear
Capt. and :Mrs. C. A. Young for an in DeLand at the April term of e positively: the last bonus to be offered DAYTONACOLD
indefinite stay in Europe, though it
in this contest.
t SAFETY-All loans made on silt edged securities is possible they may return to Day- court. Sheriff Smith came over from STORAGE

SOLIDITY tr ngth of our resources, and no lax methods tona next winter. DeLand Tuesday morning with W.

i \ STABILITY-A financial structure that id lasting built upon Character ---- C. Jackson of that city, who is driving John Y. Detwiler was a Duvtoaa R. JOHNSON. Mir,1'.
visitor Wednesday, coming in the
i confidence+ and capitalw M The Little Gem of Daytona 1SS a new Cadillac touring <-ar. up I

We invite the careful investigation of prudent business men ton9 So. Ridgewood .A YC", will bo sold at Others in the party were T. N. early morning from bis home on the

kr templating a change.PEOPLE'S. a sacrifice to the one that makes thebest Page, V. D. McCaskeil and Neal peninsula opposite New Sm\rna i ilr |
Jackson. :\ Detwiler is preparing to make! DAYS1
offer before April 1J. It is in
1' his usual pilgrimage to Tallaha<''I''
STATE BANK complete order; 8 rooms butler's
to attend the meeting of th,- .tait
pantry and bathroom; good cellar, Recent I 0
arrivals at the Oaks ar. legislature leaving for the capital 1
FLORIDA.
DAYTONA, cistern, electric lights, otc; complete Miss MV Spring
Murdoch Boston, Mas-.1 I riday" Mr. Detuiler has not iu.i::>sed;
President,*. P. LKL\.NI. <',hhi"r1.' : K.*'VUT HH: garage with man's room, finished; L M Bogue and wife, Miss A Bogus a meeting of the lesinlatuie: <:iueINS'
1; Vlc -'pr "id'lOt.,O. B. HK.VMAN, M. I,. W-\i(,o n lt. fruits, flowers shrubs and trees; a Denver, Colo, Edwin Mead and Wife,
little : : :*, and hut; been f'-h' 'O1l1U-OHtr! :
-- park in itself. For price and Mrs II
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.9I:1P'I Ste'ensUnnea O).s, Minn,
:ur number of ears.e@ :
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-- __. terms, owner, apply, at or his address John J Randall -I Chas S Andrews and wife; CrazJe:1 )' _____ __,__ __ H' __ ,_ __ .- March 21
new home 42S S. Ind, John J Avery and wife Gr'en oo..e.....t oe......@tIN
ZfS-zS Ridgewood a\e. next door to Sea- Bay Wis. Los''
Wilkinson and
wile 1
1 9tf Angels, Cal, Dr 11 Hunt and wifeGreenville | i BeautifulHome I Ii To April
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Me. Mrs V KaV.
Larger,
; LOCALSPERSONALS bnng's.'t Weymouth, Mass WV Adam* and I i Sites i

wife, Corning N Y, Harley Haiut '1: Shoe5tFurnishings.

and wife, Pamesville, 0V A :Ma-j IIIl'lml1llg khan Beach, Ui\t Clothing,
n .t./ L-9 "arzLru lone and wife, Montgomery ( : Hlllti| Jiit"rior lots, for !ale I
'it.10'1 ; t-luitp, half milt''low' houlh
1' I Geo IJ Gale). nifo and son, D Ga-j bridge on taw Peninsula lrl\f. IIio

Forgetwhen ley and wife, Beaver, PaV R Tru-j .\ddrt'ss I'.U. Box 4S4*, or ;Mri.H. .
:,. I : t-, by and wife, Wilkiusburs. I'a.Irs'I' io bt.. ..M... iHtbblni, on the pr-'111- I I IS i
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: Caroline. \Va0hburn. Miss Jane CJ :
I I \\ White Piairs, X Y, W V I I.ashburn IT WILL PAY YOU TO 1Oi& ntT'

: I I passing by Grace Bean, Elburn 111.Henrie I : VESTIGATE. IN-I .

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Y :' Cement Walks I ONLY

s : I' C K K ft ft Luys a furnished J Beach : TEN DAYS :
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residence 8
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