Title: Daytona Daily News
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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: March 30, 1911
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00254
Source Institution: University of Florida
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"cti' ::trg.J4R"i; ;-' '.... ,t'.fi1.' ;;;..)1\:;.Il '.of' quickly( away to his cottage tochi""ng Jack Johnson champion heavyweight press Jthls" "afternoon. wed.
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real- ,-here'..: aid MjS. :_Jair/pr':a costume and has since refused to:be S 'only man who ever beat Jim Jeffries, 4, -t"i

; '..' .urn 7 ""1I,MS., dtiJ.' .,lit.. .*fc*Vvw...|. 0_pA* ever considered as a hero .or. -,dfS n3 CL RKS. $ <<: began' serving a 25 day eentenjce for MoCnrdy would-*not be able \t :: <.
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-... '"'.J Jt- raiiu '-real OVERTURES r IN RAILAY! MAIL SERVICE; TO CONTROL ALL COAL LANDS[ the whitewash squad, 'given a brush go down in which case the .f.lgKt/oaf.rr tz" I

wa't: ea lug -drowning: and pail and set to'work.. He is V _

_" 1ft'. ." if ioiAkiici! -- ,.,: 4l. of. MAY TIE IIP Ii ALL TilE MAIL "- IN STATE OF j PfNNSYL Y ANIA. treated like the other regular prisoners would be made. J\|\ .,.

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o .. ad drowned ':with; :the b lpevejr SLOW ACTION ON PART OF SELLING AGENCY FOR ALL THE RAILROAD will be made tomorrow naorntos: IS' f S.t

: a.> 'hiwi, g-a:" t ting to TOBE MADE soon, after .9 o'clock' as .k :
GOVERNMENT IN GRANTING PRINCIPAL BITUMINOUS COAL ""-
'.;. ;ltlji&nt: returning Co *." There' Is more of a calm at ttet .' :2."'

.,-e. ,: :this. motee t" -!l ro-' took'' the SOME CONCESSIONS. COMPANIES. .... time than any other -time in $the dyi .'

'__..._::'chance... orsavfoig' hfcrfrieud, . and COMMISSION If. the wind ts-favorable lor the flgt! ;\ ::'
"" '- ed. BY GOVERNMENT TO REBELS[ ; DETROIT March 30g.-Unless the PITTSBURG, March 30-A combination in the morning the race with the ta .i ::

;}2 oT1i pr opportunity for Mr. ,Painter government' pays attention! to the of 20 companies with" a capitalization tomobfle gill 'be pul ed off Sasturday- ,1.,

.4o-'prove.. ,hiaihseif. a hero'caine:about EXPECTED 10 END REVOLT. demands of the railway 'man'?sr'::clerks'>--:> of $500,000,000 is bean: afternoon. If no tEght! is made bi '
:- formed here to be the selling: #
agency INVESTIGATES1SS
Mr.
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of the "wD take
,:. thoiightleasnesB' a nation-wide strike probably-be morning': the race place
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principal coal
f.t 'who- \\aa carrel! out to sea corporations tomorrow afternoon.. .

1he.::ioutSiping.. tide and .heavyj; :,wind FATHER OF.. GENERAL MADERO declared by VLce-President Schardtof in Pennsylvania acri vlcin -
the Railway Mal! O: rk's a6so Ia- '

'-J.' lI14nesaaY',._oth." 'the'forenDpn.J Painter and' Randall. fam- DECLARES FIGHTING WILL GO tion today.The ity.The preliminary organizitloa has {[ CONDITIONS PREVAIL RIISSIkTODEMAND .

tog: cottage on theVov'0'fche been completed. The concern will .
ar& a has
occupy postoffice department +
," : ;' Hotel-Clarendon ON UNTIL REFORMS ARE FUL- be known as the United States Coal DEPOT.
; made some concessions to the clerks AT F. E. C. RAILWAY
)Md--t1 o ,'members,, of then but is there is
acting so s'owly a
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,ve been enjoying} %Che: fine. surf AN
.athing 'tox the' .fullest extent the SAN ANTONIO, Tex., March 30- feeling of mistrust of its intentions NEGRO MAY BE LYNCHEDBY MESSRS. ROYAL C. DUNN, N. A.
MOB IN KENTUCY.
." 1.jing' plunge and Swim :being one Senor de Labarrq, 'enroute to Mexico among the clerks. .

::'the. regular' habits. ,of life, on. the City to Join the new Diaz cabinet, MIDDLESBOROUOH Ky., March BLITCH AND R. HUDSON BURR 1, f, _
30-Guarded by deputy sherif.'e, a EXPLANATION. i
iiee ch'.a declared here today that overtures ANTI BUCKET SHOP LAW HERE AT REQUEST OF THE
named MacOlendon accused orassauUng
negro t
there werestoats
Wednesday morning
: for 'peace will be made to the Rebels IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL.
Jennie Dixon aged 18. BOARD OF TRADE.
i(\ ottager in .batbtog as a
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Mr.. Randall who to an ex- and that the terms of the peace ,V WASHINGTON March 30 TheantLbucketshop was ruched to the Jail at PinesYlIle '
.; rty-ead will be made today to escape a mob which is formIng Messrs. Royal C. Dunn N. A. WHY TROOPS IRE( FIREB ft
the
; Sent:: awlmmer,. ;remained as agreement acceptableto law was tcday declared Blitch and R. Hudson Burr membersof
here. The feeling is running
'.;:) iooe' to, leave the water. Mr. the Insurrectos. It is confidently unconstitutional In a decision the Florida railroad commission
high and it Is feared the wlfl
negro
A"+ &11''enjoyailoaUng'' our the sur expected the agreement wldl 00 rendered by the supreme court of yet be lynched.WHEAT arrived in the city Wednesday night BY CHINESE 'SOLDIERS IN n.I .

;) iefof' ;>ne Iwater. and was1 innocentfloating'as signed and that the Rebels will lay the District of Co'umbia: because of and have been engaged this morningin
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f.ij-. he. others left down their arms within 30 days. OPENS HIGHER; investigating the conditions:: existing -
t ier. ibe, time ors the ambiguity In fts proyisioce.: The
Unconscious of I INCIDENT CONSIDERED AN IN*
The father of General Madero theIr I PROVISIONS EASIER. at the Flordla East Coast railway -
; tf+ ,fact hat the'; tfcte,1\ugolng. out urrecto leader, expressed; IKtte decision Is sweeping: in its character. depot and the congested stateof
.,strong wind blowing CHICAGO March 30-Wheat opened SULT IN FACE OF RECENTAGREEMENT
: 4/thai' a was faith in the promises of the govern- Indictments against 13 alleged 'buck- the freight and passenger service

:-tom; the.. :west, :Mr JlandaB-wee. berapidly ment and said the fighting will go etshop operators, Washington. St. firmer today and 1-4 to 3-8 higher. which have prevailed at th's -.BETWEEN THE
at 86c. Provisions
May was quoted
_'_ >> carried: 'out.to sea. When on until the promised reforms are place for several weeks past.
Baltimore and Chicago are
Louis. opened easier. May pork
il\ same: to realize _the distance he embodied In signed agreements. The commission is here at the ur- TWO NATIONS. .
and ordered dismissed and the cases $15.15; lard, $8.30; ribs $8.62; hogs
Mid' been' carried from shore
: gent request of the Daytona board of
will be carried to the supremecourt 10 to 15 lower and cattle weak to 10 LONDON March 30-Regu'ara of
: ied'to"S'Wb -
: he suddenly re
back
t. i trade and while this was said by a
'!' of the United States. lower. the Chinese army in the lit d'e'rlct:
.. jed::the tide ,and wind were toot : DEMOCRATS() WILL CAUCUS member of the commission to be onlyan fired on the Russian troops ,today t
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',' =ong; a.D4. instead' of making. headtcrward I .... Informal visit, yet much good is according to a dispatch! received

the 'shore he was belrssignalled TO SAME HOUSE OfflCERS. hoped for from the visit by the residents from St. Petersburg.In .

farther out.t of the city and adjacent ter '
: I o,. the face of the recant agree
ger for help from the
I ritory.
ment reached between these two nations -
R(811ore land the signal was 'seen by CHAMP CLARK FOR SPEAKER, The members of the commission thb !Is considered! an insult by .

Dg'man who hurried. up to one f r were guests at the Hotel Clarendon
Russia and exp'anatioa wilt le
-. f the'.cottages for a rope, hailing. AND TRIMBLE FOR CLERK rI I and an
,t. ... On IFive 1 Wednesday night were accompanied demanded of China.A .
:. IP !Pamter, who had Just left' the I. VI ILL HAVE NQ OPPOSITION April Thursday morning upon their second conflict: between Chinese

t : Without a moment's hesltav- tour of Investigation by Attorney E.
t _and Russian troops was reported ,
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ed.intQ ,the l hurt :'nd swam rapM' committee of the ''board or so'dters '
several
'.:. i, to the h !P'e6S Mr. Randall.I! WASHINGTON March 30-A caucus hundred satisfied custo- trade, F. M. Rowe, president of that .saying in the engagement. were killed a
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_. ii, Randall by the bathing of the democrats will be held mers in jour Savings Depart- organization and E. L. Potter, pres- ,---' a J

'? aged man, who Is strong,{ Saturday. llam'e the officers of the Ident of the Hotel Clarendon. They BIG STEAMSHIP RELEASED

:*' h. ---.Q: and- an excellent swim-, next house of representatives Champ ment will receive interest on departed Thursday afternoon. FROM PERILOUS POSITION.

1 1Da8-aR' the bath to drag him i Clark for, speaker and former Congressman their accounts which have

s or'e.. The (battle! was -hard one Trimble for clerk will DO NOT BE'AFRAID CAPE HAYTIBN, March 30 The
been for three 60 TRAIiEN{ D1SHISSED[
on deposit
the which went _
3 watched from the cottagesbra. :I have no opposition among party steamship Allemania,

large crowd of people! .the members Wlllfam Duksar of Georgia months preceeding April 1 st. ashore yesterday, was pulled from

.,of the Incident! : having spread I Is a candidate for the positionof fOR KNOCKING t DOWN f ARfS.BIG its perilous position today by the

r'the beach. -. postmaster of the house Accounts may be started steamer Scottla.
of being charged too much for GRO-
.- - The new rules) committee is plan with $1. and We wouldbe
CERIES when buy here. You up.
ning a rule denying the appropriations you BUNCH OF CONDUCTORS AND
will find our prices are just right to
committee the right -to increase pleased to see you num-
appropriation If thIs rule is insure the right quality. Why not BRAKEMEN ON THE SANTA FE -. CHURCH: Drugtr :
any bered our savings de
give us a trial and let us prove our among ; PHONE; 37
adopted It means the appropriation SYSTEM FIND THEMSELVESFIRED. Each Street ,
committee instead of being one of ability to please you? positors. Daytona, Florida. I _

the most powerful In the house :will FOUR PER CENT. interest cllin r Food /;,the Sa

y FEET be merely a calculating machine for CONRAD GROCERYCOMPANY I KANSAS CITY March 30-A total
TO YOUR '
?_ economy. compounded quarterly of 60 conductors and brakemen on
Tonic SkiD AstriBie
-'hf let our feet suffer torture when : paid on Savings Accounts. the Santa Fe system have been dismissed
lure remedy for the removal of CAPT. BADGER PROMOTEDTO as the result of work by Almond Skin Food

_ Nan be so easily bad. You owe an BE A-REAR ADMIRAL special detectives reporting a gigantic BUENA Freckle Eradicator i.
r to your feet for not getting it .
Ask for,a bottlex>fJiTAL'S WASHINGTON March 30Capt.. conspiracy to rob the road of Face Powder S

CORN PAINT Badger was reported to rear admiral 'PHONE 61.Daytona. the collection of cash fares. It is Rouge

native of Maryland. claimed that grafting has a'so been .
today. He is a Lodge -
ig it twice every day for three MERCHANTSBANE discovered on other S) 3tems. .

- will. be free S from foot annoy- Mm. .J. Gardner Wyman, sou and No. 1141 Ask to see them-it's a ,pleasure .-

-r daughter and Mrs. Wyman's ester! B. P. 0. E. DAILY MARKET REPORT. to show goods. ., .

Ns, The Druggist, Mrs. Ella Watson, who have been Meet Every TesdyEveaia NEW YORK, March 30.-Stock

AT THE P14.tO I visiting In this city with ,Mrs. W. F. |. VuiHa| opened Irregular ,today showing sma. Prices :.:.
Right :
GlTJe and Mrs. Ogle! Crenebow, departed '. '. 1' Member Icviied.T.E.ntzleraU.E. A. McBRIDE Presket ._ fractional changes loth ways. Cot ,
a Volusia Meets BeachTelephonetoi I - J. B. CONRAD. Vke-PrctiJe.t
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their ton quiet and steady one
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Wednesday"afternoon on F. N. CONRAD. Cashier ' I IF. S
Geo. F. Crock Sec. ; Quality u prior
: return to Plttsburg Pa. S ,J..NIVER. Asst Cashier I two points higher. . p *.. ..}"i.

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fDA .tWpovffe their- teelfrhoeson 1" -.. ." ........:. ,<::;' -._ of the streets wIththetwide EffirgffeKi: ?k .jCstw .

to c-Of: ; : i..i.. . .. .i....... .... of parko e. The entire city becomes r' SResdlatt :.,.. ... r' >.,>ais't1ieill .
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niem o4e..eraS p.A irta a Y:!S!;:. ware-washed 0. and" surf-packed,sand I o Architect 'and.. Builder ways So good as to attract motorists G.A.BREltADvLANDFLAt co. ..;.,;ThCble. --' -' a'J- .. .... ....
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to Y bat resliied'.that. R:. fa:a worfd. _beater I or No.2BO Palmetto Ave. J from all over the continent.. .., _. .. ..J.

eorre*|>owii price .a' worid-wofider.. ''Go _taaad upon 4 S, DAYTONA: ,.: ,.:. FLORIDA.. .. And as for the pavements, pavements 7 .. '86J7 ,t.'.. .......l.. ... '
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this.,wl-le_ speedway: and,.see the happy :..iH' .- .- '..> ;.-..- ...........a that look'and act like granite -- ii--'art... 't,"o-ei.J-. .- -. '"'' s

:souls,:flit by in J "ouSm: ,.,andfengwur -where else between the eastern V.II ilStrKt.Cl .:mac ....t da ..

'- I 'wbsher this ,is cot. one. of NtNtNNNNMNNi.....*. and western seas are so many miles :i-tlrQr2 i'J1n&p .,........
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I...-"Cf' THOMPSON" ..,.. u.- -" -''';. the seven modern':wonders.The" '. in prooortkm; to Inhabitants? The i. :- J "v-j I I '...

< :LAMBEHOINESHUPJIOBILES: : : ,Placid Pellucid Halifax River. I W. C CROWNING M. D. S pavement question stands with the ..-.-.' aM'.''.' ",'*'4- .

: street of the Chief drawing Bert FIh'Prefldent -' : : Gewral Me&cae and SJ as one Gary D.Landts.see- fro "tllkri. ... _

ls.wisiriraai'Cm'.at- Aay.. ; TPHOKK52 -. Where think= you is water with more' Obstetrics. .e cards. Till some unheard of place retaryandTreas.Abstracts. .: 66'bvua4" :this .,.. -

r.L-V: -...'.\ _ : ,' ".. picturesque. SU surroundtegs Nearly s a' .' omce Ilonnr' 1:30>>'to 8:30, 7 to 8 p.m. ttOverK reports more and better Daytona Fornib: cachi; 'Pti s,. J epic' :prisir.r.i,. !,
: T' fekFbce. Ttae 39.' throws down the gauntlet to the '' -
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1I tation- ed and Titles' plums, peaas. pa. ., .. -
I ei..liHHNNMHH...!.. world.uIrretSrfrFlowers. and'oilier.'fruits. arc. grawa-- _.a. pterf; ; 'S
Perfected .
... ... ._ t :
verandas looking out her bosom s
I' ,upon? <<; Birds and Fruit.
the of
2,.JACOB'sEsp DAHL (and'Insured .In- ::cay : ,pit 'J 1arc
. .... pmeT..tood'' fishes:;in countless numbers NHHHlRNtH iHelii Whatever one's shortcomings and miles-of fhtc AiH... _
...... ador: :1a&Baildcr' I4. isaay, + .
- beckoning,,, as tt were, to those however indifferent callousone Maps, Plate and
or even
2JJ Pp.r u4 CraftsmanQonstruetlou I e DR. J E. RAWLINGS S Blueprints RuppUedDzLA."IfD. excellent high ssrbotil, eUdrscHJM* .
with rod and reeJher flecked ;
bosom < i
!inteBda of Build- may be to many things, the mere
.. a:system of waterworks that fe.*MN | +
IapK..Pia&*and AperiACwWon& .. .with dock And coot and snowy-, I Pbysiaai aad Sarteoa I mention of "flowers and squirrels FLE. .
- on fUtort and operated by the ertyitbe .
,- '1IlT} NA, jr .FLORIDA,' : winged sea birds' which eft about asIf j birds and fruits" will send a thrill .
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OFFICE OVER KODAK PLACE imrest wafer_at iitttf .... .
for the sport of bobbing:, upon the that is reflected in distended pupils >y. '
of worihisiwljDeLand +
I Phone 81 eS BONDLUMBER Nine houses tW
waves; watch that lubberly old I miei and pricked ears. : .> ' '
is church:
a |nisg r J
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ioi.iD
- -- white headed fatmullet 4 i i i iH i i i
pelican pouch a
For visitor with a .
every !spare gooher
= ? OSCAR MICHAEL and that fish hawk struggling : 'nltye.: Baptists, EpIinfiMnodisti :
- ., .&......................... there is a bunny ready to come COMPANY (Northern aadSevtfMibytemas I ..
CONTRACTOR, .. upward with his floundering load he ; and accept your gift. He will sit boltujne'htt :Manufacturers of -.. }i
snatched from the water. I D. & C. M. ROGERS 2 Chrlsthaa't.IL. .:. ..
Filling _and Gra IngHatvy.Hauliag and knave fafc> the meat, LUMBER besides colored Baptists.M4:Idsdiet

.. .See the beautiful launches spick 4 I: Civil ': casting furtive, saucy glances at you LATII ..
a Specialty.ilNNHNNHNH Engineers are. cpiacatcd.hc
and wiOj and lockers ; : :
span, hampers e: e meanwhile SHINGLES

bulging with refreshments, both.solid I: DAYTONA, FLA. J Flowers. Usually fresh and bloom MOULDINGS ? graded school oJers ayears' whidi eta' : tt

a and liquid, ready for a cruise upon th Established 1873. ing the year 'round, you are reminded Agents: course, and the building -

Y.'M; ELLA DeVOY & COMILLINERY beautiful surface. Take out your field .....................i.ooi i of Goldsmith's couplet where Xlarary Parold Roofing* Paints it* .occupies is newly fnmihtHthroughout : j '; _

glass and "sweep the river from Smiling sprug: its earliest visit paid Whitehall Cement + and is.,one of, the'S, tcommodious ; .
I ElDorado Plaster
. and best equipped psb-
Ormond bridge' to Ponce Park:| ,......EOB.B.............flO And summer's lingering blossoms GeorgtaClayBrick I!
light house then say whether the !| < Bond Band Brick lie schools in the State.
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delayed.
i Halifax isn't a thing of beauty and j I, |< E. L. STEWART J In are DELANO, FUL The trip from Daytona to DeLaad -

.K*.,8 Bead SL. Daytona, Fla. a joy forever, and one of the modern';i ]. Physician and SurgeonS one yard 'roses of varigated hues is'made by automobile in ,a little.
R attention to diseases of the predominate; another household hasa
wa'ndea.The over an hour, and there arc isasy ,
Eye. Ear. Throat and Now.! Office
penchant for the poincetta and the FISH
i 1 and residence Magnolia avenue, 3rd [LAND1S & drives in the vicinity of the
I'-II' l!! .JOI. Enchantingly! Picturesque Ridge- 2 door west of P.O.,telephone t''.. .* premises are aflame; another is hid pretty
Office hours:g a.m.to".p.m. Attorneys at Law county site. A good road leads to
East wood.Ridgewocd"avenue . eeeieioiei den in a Jungle of tail cane. Varietyis
on aTelephone .. .i.i.ieioisnsieiiei.i Practicing'In all DeLeon Springs,five miles, a'historic
the spice of life and here is where State and FederalCourts
is upon the crest j spot where 60,000 gallons of waterbubble .
find it.
Company- you Special facilities for
of a broad ridge straight as the crow .B.....B.B.BOBOflOBOB9 investigating and from the earth every minate a
The birds flit in, and wWh their
flies and the wide spreading branches "' perfecting titles From DeLand automobiles sssUi
F h Cwfcections at Daytona 2 DR. F. H. HOUGHTON : joyous notes help to give fullnessand DELAND FLA. go
of the! heavy-trunked rive oaks ex1tend to Osteen 18 miles on shell aad
S o symmetry to the picture.
ierL&Bg Distance Foists their giant! arms across the magniflcecX -' marl roads;the St Johns is crossed by
= Dentist : As for fruits choice
citrus fruits
v'cta, forming an arch, and o SfflfARI&BlY ferry near Osteen and cars can then

.S. C.:THOMPSON.Mir.H. from these extended arms great fes-i' Office In Peck Block Daytona gelds the palm to none for Isaac A. Stewart continue to Sanford and Orlando by
o PUO'E 33 West End South Bridge quality and quantity per acre. There
Egford Bly
toons of Spanish moss sway as the o hard road. There is a shell road
',. trade winds from the I .K........................ ere scores of citrus groves in proximity Mary StewartAttorneys = Tr
tropic seas at Law from DeLand to Orange City, five
to the city bending
branches
: fan them. Looking straight ahead i.................... ..BOIOl to the earth with their burdens of and Notaries Public miles,_and a good road from DcLaadto r

V : T. McCLELLAN down thb white shell street one has:l 2 T.E. Fitzgerald E.F.Gates .. lucious golden globes ,which for DELA1lD. FLA.J. Lake; Helen, a like dish

n the impression of a fairy path with ] .. ,. + .
J S FITZGERALD & OATES : beauty, and all desirable
proflicacy
i Mil! Work eta draperies, but as you move,
tlong and cast an eye 'first to the i 12 Attorneys and Counsellors at Law = qualities would truly astonish you A. Bd SANDSTONE KICK Cl.:

Write or ask him about anything tight and then to the left you see :I .o Special and Perfecting Facilities for Land Examining Titles oI The Fastest Autos and The Finest ERICKSON&ca Manufacturers

i 't_want,made of wood., Every- distinguished cottage homes in the' Office In Conrad Building. 'Phone 128 Out. Light, (Granite; Buff, Red aM

i aag the best ,I most deligntful settings. : .........................vQ The seventh: world wonder, do youask Pianos Largest,Organs Stock and of Drab Brick ,

.alt.. RidtewM4 ATe. Phoae 123 See the glistening leaf of the grand, ? Come whether from Missourior Sewing Machines menu.Large. Capacity Writ for Insures Booklet Prompt ana Prices.Slip- r i
magnolia which! nature has .@:!'(!:
varnishedas from Maine, from Kalamazoo o.Tlmbucto .- South of Jac\mrllle LAKE HELEN\ FLA.

no artist's brush ever could; and :: DR. J. P. ESCH and you will be "shown/. DaLAND, FLA. f-L

the cabbage: palms_with their burdens i LAKE HELEN
:1' Here is where the world's record for

8 j2 1. PORT mmIs I IOBANGE of showy fruit and swaying palms; i .r; Physician and Surgeon speed Is broken with every recurring "ALLEN'SNut Surrounded several lakes A... M It '
nee tie lovely holly with its exquisite ; Pininsula Drive nUb house F-Outh of :: by pretty aa4-
)(. E.Church. Office hours K to 2 p. season Autos, the biggest the fast and
tr.zt bury; see the climbing vInes 'I m.,fi to 7 p.m. 'Phone! DAYTONA to Postomce guarded by lofty pine trees is CalL '.r l.
and the finest
est are on daily parade : -
: VOAT run riot in the trees the BEACH. Lake Helen, a winter resort of no :
; see cryp- @
a' .a pretty little Tillage PORT ORANGEHOUSE ;OFamocs forms which gain a foothold @@ .. @ and the big show is as free as DRUGGISTSJEWELERS little importance p2Ctad2g a, rvIie
the
artesian water from
Stated five miles pure the
w1 on the great oaks and Stately '; .......................... thousands a spiritualistic camp-ground is situ-
onthot Daytona on c/f flowing wells. It is a
; O DaLAN D, FLA. ated near Lake Helen and at this
their DartdnaNewUtoyraa : paBms, and surely you will join tot | continuous show with
Dr. SAMUEL M.
+ LONGDENTIST a constantly
hard-sur- ( he cloru and say that this is a : i shifting scene.E'erythb:1g place several hundred people make

,: Jue road,the scenicoftheEa.t S.Fred c.-iats world wonder for beauty. : : : G. W. Fisher winter headquarters. A large lumber
Mgfeway I : goes, from a 2-horse mill and the largest brick plant in

I- Coast. The onthonall:1ax'Btyer town Is 0..,. aid MaaagerFKTHAKE Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage {:I O One Door North of New MerChants power up to a 200-harse power and Drug Co. the South are located at LaVe Helen. ;Yu.c .
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Homes. Bank. a31 degrees of speed from a canterto
s ': and It Drugs, Stationery, :
w- attd with the i ...................... a two-mile-aminute clip. You will -ORANGE CITY I P,

_yeas a .nla; oppositeitvidge. No one of Daytoaa's attractions, i . probably catch the spirit, when you Huyler's Kodak Candies, The principal attraction around

; : perhaps, commands more nearly uni-i I do the roads and the beach Cigars
are yours. Orange City is the many handsome
Zie-town bwe" IEACB versal attention and praise than does;{' The Manhattan Cafe I The Florida sunshine is free, the D LAND, FLA. golden orange groves. The town is
and has
1Ida act
sue't
the antetic cottages. The owners of
tawt.,pretty hornet.targe Lots for Sale. for ladies and gentlemen. balmy ocean breezes are free, the 'supplied with water said to be the <
these
charming villas hail! from
.A; number of Liberal 'TermsAllowed every: birds and squirrels and flowers are AII.: !IOODALL purest in the world, another attrac- rr
corner of the country and they bring : Dinner 11 1:30 .
= Regular to Daily.
and winter tree
toulsis the sparkling fountain
for i. water is tion to visitors. It is at Orange City
nth maiePortwtnterb their own architectural plans and Short Orders. Box Loaches.
; IMPROVEMENTSOcean free and you win have to go down The that passengers the Florida East
over;
a4- buHd i Everything resJa.
and
Oraace upon them as the architecture -
...Ii...s.sea i of the or'RiyerFISHING of one section of the country:' Special Atteatioa Shows to Ladies. into your wallet only for coin for Leading i Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and

"- ......!. .attractions Convenient to Auto- differs from the architecture of another '! THE MANHTTAN CAFE auto, and bed and board. GROCER JI drive_to Deland. The town is sur- -i'-'

the excellent mobile Race Course This is ) rounded land
fanciful
no picture it's all by peculiarly adapted
;
do homes 38
---C and Bridge. so our differ in South Beach Street DrLAND.J-LA. *1

r A short distance Apply to outward appearance and structural J
..wet>f Port Orange WM. C.Agent HOWES beauty from one another. There are: fcoMinp them enthralled, ft will "

:
mill similar build'ogs: but the eye, as it .
wear a placeS
:*bat Is visited e"eF7bi.hundredl Rweep,:. by. Is treated to a kaleldo- I' : When You Are Looking for : I
Port Orange "From the Grove to the Table"INDIAN THE NEWSGives
f of + DAILY '
_ ** scopic change which keeps the mind : : Some One to Do i
-* .>taw ta. One time OYSTER CO. wondering "What next?" : RIVER GRAPEFRUIT t z
:
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-*---.' stlt oantry west D. DUPO3T It H no', only the exterior of many J!, AND ORANGES ; .
,
Tort sur-
-eff Orange
Grower and DealerOYSTERS of the homes which rivets attention -i! I Grown .1
trj,. ; -S iotiadtag'the old andCLAMS | Electrical 1 Work on the Halifax. o6t '
3DW.was a,vast In- ; within they are models of convenience The finest quality of fruit for sale : Away to some three pe.rsons.w : .

s.' .+&go and cngar caner Pt.Oran -Daytona I and the finish ng and furnKhmg -i in single boxes or car lots. Special mentioned In Ute .
names wereprevious
#::'" R 'p taiJ n.Tbe mill : give evidence of the elegance t| PHONE 14, : attention paid to filling orders.. + "
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"; mss operated exten and cultivation: of those who worked! : "
Lvery :
rely la those early VM. C. DOffS I MUNROE & STEVENS uay day's paper
} it all oat .
.-. -tfcys but has been la4ttexse i" Indeed it is the interior f'IFORLAWI I I GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. .".

:: /of for forty or Real Estate arrangement and artistic furnishing I

-flftj years. Insurance and shading, more than the exterior: Office Next to the Ridgewood Hotel. : Four Tickets to the Crystal f.

,Awry Interesting .5 THE ELECTRICIAN. '
appearance that gives a surpassing Jk
-' '. ,drlro' from Daytona NOTARY PUBLIC charm to Daytona homes.' This feature : Theatre and a Merchandise : :
;fa t>y ocean beach J Best Prices Best Work &&
.' io the approach ot _Port Orrare.FIa.s. jastly'merits prominence as another : NORTH BEACH STREETi.ieioi.i.ieiei.i.i.i.i i : Order for 25 cents on some :
,:; i the Port: Orange wonder. ;j GITTENS & MESSING ml t
c. ji
% r. =:1dd., across the i ........ .................: Successors to E.G.Longe Co.) (|:|S : local store. : : : : : : :. ft .
Streets" and Pavements the Most
w. y .. Ije, ,and,thonjMsrftTrniTicTi ; .
G. .MARIH .i. Fresh Fish I .
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: the and Best. I (9) ..
:JIII: a-eipal. street.of1'bettksnge ': I : McDonald Boat Yard o I ; Clams 'Z .. '. ;
v V-.o-. ' -- \-*.-*:th@taaof (GeneralMerchandise Why th9 Architect of the Universe I a lst-I.ti..ecIl903 5'' F.1 r t-

_ : old-the-1 sugar chose to give Daytona the most : ,CHAS. M. McDONALD Proprietor :5 and Rose Bay Oysters i .: .Watch for them---your name maybe s ,;

-.j. _,: mirable, the most picturesque :: IWIw.S. Boats Market South Beach '.
:r ; --' returning"to .- .!: ad-j Bail Repaired : aa Street
,,- :' .16ptoeabytheratd Part setting of all the cities of the sad I
Boaed.
; Orange,FU. : Phone S Prompt : next ,
;.h ;_the mi. land., is not revealed, but that such is tr Delivery 1
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.:"a abort ,et.+ ..r ;-....'the petition to of,7arte ...

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tea ate;seiDe. +.eeae.., ,.. .._. ; ) x" 1 1f .{ Daytona =RAA.'Lt' etpioae tiIt' .. h
i"' : I -III1 tin _tMft..w- .o.rcij"- .;.tJae, I ..;.II _-, w... 1M..e1'W:::s i..,:\>.e 'lagahatM' r;."- ..... ..- .. ;;ib .... Oti
r bi : ": b.I., i:1. l .. ) tl.tw.tS" lie'two'awl cl- ; ..r'IIDItr hart aM eseefl ae a
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c *..by.UIe..oe..x' .i alAit WL'f.11eltlr..;.J'ittua.. ,0.., ,alserYork, -?.cItjfi ,,t _,, .\:.........._" ..... < ;:. lzbe. .Dcu'veda.' __.'. .. .Bkii. .;,the. .4.Pi-'fr l 1 k' aged ewlia'-: by etrbatp h1wy. tiM.nn+f lf... -
:. .* _..... aid. :eena dtk' -:- !;:: 1tam '-June.wke. Zwefeea@'ui \ tlewast: ter' one{ al=i
'+w1.iias.'1ai t1ae. ...itx.t: e:.:':d"* ._ .the.Bcowa. :eeU1d 'Ni( air, _!:hereby. :; :Petitbo'h! Mrtbe ;...,- t.ln1.. ". , SB 3....,in' '.i&tee a "W -p'"
r -3lI "eM'aveauei-.... . rtut.. eo lls' of 'thereiW: : umiMJcail; : ..Id reef.wt'. ; yrt 7J. ..,
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fr c.+. __:.sL." -._. .- iAll@t." '" /.etieir7return' to.. rca N'T.. a aaeetittig'. for this imrooeel The Alt + :
_ _____ : ,:..r.Ji: il a"ird; ,:jIceet 14tb.',, .,of..the' trot :- . uhreltwe. M .
town seems have beesMockWtlt
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JUl.: "' .:: : :; iii@gpeCiB" return_ _.With. ll : {, .there; : 0 t '- ';
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a : a wl8t0raMrFiirTell ; '
'k '- ; ; I w@ meet that''such' In .
+ I ,, ' _.. .utiaiatM.k'e.fl' (nodas
e r ; ,did not: leave.irlUfll' ? ie petition e X after .'-' .
the' J ... .Pt -- -
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..'. '" ,.', -4. JJ''Gf_- 'atr.. :, "" family last:_week,, "azd';'wfi, remala: I tie'8ane lot.his:choice,. ;kIt .r I ; Th p ept.\an ,""";" ..-,.

--.e...1 ...1..1 h'' ':: :. .."J tt .several\ weeks .longer, ,looking ;after :. assooa:; :' apparent. that ,a ann .... nets men eterpr, -Ia. ,..,-nail....-." "" - P r' V< '*'-* -j,
.. ,,' .'4Il..1'&IhI1rC, .. '''''...' -'''S fela'*propertyiattceefs here. . t.II. in eXteadlaitM.: ;; "" "T g
-:;""' ..-: '"' '...I.p'U6'tW. -. ..:; ; jorlty of those preseat. ef'iihe meet= o- 'SS.i ;. ._... "ti _.'0, _
S.' . ...' \.ii: h i::;_. jlMB;- H". .FaarelKaai'famSy. went to,,J; l'M'rc.'j; 'IMwhich. .there_ ; were, ,thirty,,oe tf-....;-.. ,sw . 'hospi. lity'';tox . '-N"- -
1di es'thc
lttittT.- hla fire )i tlrtglt
> ; e : _,
T
r1Bc'Ittered" Roam'The = I more,, _favored the .cooeolEdatiozr ofthe 1 l
> 1bi'L; H. ,A{,Co. -
tee i R 1bT / < club i Mr and Mrs. Van Dusen and, Mias two_ munlchjalile8ielthoughtherewere 'S."lies'F..e ,and ipopulation ecptal. sa #orl.. .eaierpl. _
; :San':SoacI met daet Thers- ? "
f Pray friends of Mr. and Mrs. "Pier- a few wtrecraoiw objectors fcoa ; thattowL; 't* -. -a
.
day afternoon 'at:
: -the" boaae of 'Mmes ; A <
I J.r-A. Cefeara ort '- ; son,"who have been at the Burgmau both'townfi.. Dr. J. JL. Van Valrah t; :aad lent high 'school;.,.p1 adfc.-:. --b ":.'
: ; Valley 'street; It Y!<
was home left Friday oa. .their return C:,F.v Burgman, A. S, Harrcun> Mayor libtary'aad: ..uptodatetl ..
fadI I
a .daT,. ant: the responses; 'Uadertakiat x R. 'a _
'north.! r H -Thompson. G. Smith and houses. .4rl x .
Clark .
e '
|to. roH 'call were, quotations, current I :t ;..'
Ktaoie Ltace, : c est r Items, t b. .concerning the' Indians.Mrs .Miss Sattethwa'th and Mrs. Stammer others, spoke at length or Briefly. A New SmyrnaTHE 'There.are. .ut_aombEr. ff-p : '- C
of Ohio and Mtes Tucker of Il communication from Land's & Fish fortheeDt .
: homes .
population;
i S wlater Jaoiiere nit ;. Henry Alas worth gave an Interesting 4
linois arrived from Sanford,and hare regarding the matter was, read, and '
._ description of life and work j which numbers close to, ,- laud
s rooms with Mrs. J. B. Abercrombeda after .much talk a conclusion! was mater' residences _
fine SliEl
amoag: the Semteoe tribe, with mapIllastraiioa3ani some Very ::
: '
: tieas e' I3e' Mrs, Coburo told other Valley street. J reached in a motion presented 'fey C. CAN BOUSE There are.:good hot 1si.Dd'boardinghouses .
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Potter of F. Burgman, to appoint a committeeI
where can find accommoadations
G trip through the northwest and you
Providence, R. I., and Mr. and Mrs.J. .I three to circulate a new petition,
her: 'vtelt to the Indian settlements. I F. W. SAMSPROPRIETOR to meet your requirement: ,
D. Langley: of Nashville Tenn., inasmuch' as it WES stated that the ,
1 _SALTSIrr She h&d on. exhibit a handsome ('dis Adjoining New Smyraajs ube: a JOHN TV 1
friends of Dr. Howard came over old -
petition had not been genera'ycrcuhted.
P
,$ rf1y. play of :"thejr' work, ..co &:::ted as souvenirs' section of vegetable land as_can be *
from Sanford last week and are occupying which evey o.er and: Rates: GEO. Lon
if i 'd I during' h.er visits to the several ' found anywhere. This land has been
j Dr. Howard"sottage:: on taxpayer within the corporate limitsof $3.00 Day
Magee, aIZ, tribes; Refreshments were enjoyed per divided into small, farms which can: "
Grandview avenue. the two towns would have: an opportunity -
, ::3eabreese; F9i. "S_0-Y0f I01.I0w at?the, social hour.Realty |I Mrs. Wallace Ford and two children to sign,' either. for or Special per be bought at reasonable prices.. Some
qk sales of peninsula property Week of the finest.celery grown in the stateis
of DeLand enjoyed last Saturday against, and that the signers! vrouM: *1
were'numerous last wEek ad bul'd-' Excellent<< Hunting raised on this land. All other.vegetables .
tfamfiy with Mrs. H. E. Wakefleld and also-have opportunity to.exjressTth-eT and,
Inc prospects for Seabreeze and Fishing in abundance, and ,here,
tae ; : grow
at the corner family on Oakrldge avenue. preference In regard to naming the
Daytona Beach for the summer is NEW SMYRNA. is the home o.the famous Indian
too
::4 >ai e o .avenues, Mrs. E. 1... Hecdrkks arrived last new municipality. Also in order to FLORIDA 3
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very bright L. Dunn Oscar Benson River
I oranges.
reeeatly W. Rose_ ; week from Warrenburg Mo., called! give publicity to the petition cards
and W. C. Kemp of Marietta,
paeaesMo a n pea, the here by the serious illness of her would be -placed in public places, -
Ga., who.hare been spending the season
% of, Mr. Rese tatd.asd ';familyfor mother. Mrs. Wllhelm, who IB located naming. those who had the petition '
:here, have purchased of Dr. A. I .
in Blarney Castle with her in charge. .
T. Bigelow' an undivided 200 front Mrs ....................................
foot lot, runner. from Halifax: avenueto other daughter,._ Young. The chair appo ted Dr. Van Val
Salo .or Rant Pinewood Messrs. Dunn, Benson Mr. and Mrs. O. Noack and children zah, W. A. Aman and John Fuquayto .

per: cottage aj lotwrth and 'Kemp will build winter homes ; of Ottoway, 111., came over from carry the petitions! around and the The Joseph Zapf :COi
trt n4 wry meeting adjourned to meet at the
:'i ; corner this summer on the property ac DeLand last week and: are located in
Drive and "HalKax, avenue ,quired. the upper flat at Blarney Castle.The Keating casino, Tuesday, April 4, at

sie'&.'P>l oapeon. Day- Miss J.. Ott will build on her river are here for a short season onthe 7:30 p. m.Long. i JACKSONVILLE. FLA. r\ :

.1,:; iedti w-4t lot on Halifax avenue, and Thomas beach before returning nor.h. --- : justly called the largest and most reliable. lignoeg.sIs -
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::f.-': fees ;U..3.. White! and daughter, handsome winter home on his lot was leased by E. A. Branch last weekto Some persons nre!' horn with a nor. : house in Florida. Sole distributors for

-- f JHa. 'White, were In the city! '[' north of Miss Ott's property, which Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Tutt'e who mal tendency to become fat. others '

r T.M4, '? d&esday Iron Du.Being' .]!will bring five new cottages for arrived from Boynton where they with a tendency to leanness. It Is the : Anheuser-Bush Celebrated Beer,:

: t. : the Ests while here North Seabreeze within a: radius of a have been spending the winter. same among the lower animals. The called the
attention is
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hog sort
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QeMr: aiKt.Irs., Thee. H. White.l few hundred feet if all pans carry. A citizens' meeting, tcf discuss pro
1 tug the odd and ends of food Into fat MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. .. .
flies White went from this! city totjeaaoad' J! Ix. Z. Burdick has been awarded tLe and con a propcs'.tion: to unite into but the farmer knows beforehand thata : -...
; to see frtendC Joining Mrs. contract for a modern bungalow to corporation the t/wns of Sea
one little pig with. long legs and snout
1 e by train at that place Wed-I be built for Mrs. Margaret A. Sher- breeze and Daytonu B/ach, was held will work off the fat as fast as it can i Price lists will be cheerfully furnished. j: ':

: i BAay afternoon oa their return to man on her lot purchased of H. Y. at Keating casino ifcH/day evening at be made. So n long legged person seldom
l> $ L. t,i Stillman on Hollywood avenue. S o'clock. 'inclines to obesity. ............................ ...................... ,_!of. ".
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ARItEIYAT1 'TALLAHASSEE I t I the people of the county generally. AMERICAN 'E "
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1. .SEE The. spelling, contest for the coaa-, some money anyone .
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STARK"i were 20 umtost 17 girls -

'WD e, "\ three boys.: Foac: hoadred words necessary Conrad-Oates expenses) real at the estate office com of .... --.' '''J- ....,. ;:

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written.' this contest cbows con- paIlJ't t .. r.,1-. .-
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.g eI irelj th I.te ,freed a. reriral of -- .- tie:

" ., interest la spelling. "Seren of the P' HAD A HARD SKULL TheL.tIIe StaJldard> ::1- fI

: ccEtesfeffitfi spelled Ices than 50 percent h "'-

of the words; and only six 'Th ., ..j.ball Catcher Who Was thaOriginal for sal '-, '*'.-- -;-i:

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wed more than 90 per cent, as Bocwh.ad. ,..,-r;
Atlanticr. follows Ed for . 'J"" : ; '
: 1 Aabe&back. many jean a ', ;' '
: : Zada Dutton. 99. manager of minor league teams, la The Schantz E ro
Pearl Cain. 98. I his book; "Humor Among the J Bors.P -

lea Longs iige. 96. claims to be the originator of the expression '

Line Hurst, 92 ,1 "bonehead" which is _w. and WaterManificent ? C- -
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Maurice. W 1don. 92. .. _
j jLottie lyon ',- "mahogany" bean" Toacrete eo :: -...'-t.'_ > ":;.":"""''''
Armstrong 91. ; dome and "cement skulL so common
: : F st Line 3Ts>> Zada Button will represent InbasebalL .

the ro.in1:1 the state contest to; Ashenback says that when he was

be hdd in r: lahprl1 27. managing the Shreveport team of the a _

The object of this contest ss not Southern league some years ago he :

the tclnniiis or awarding: of wham had catcher, who could: bit some I I

pionship medals hat to awaken rE- but who, had the very serious weak, :II '

DATTONA FLORIDA i e-rd interest In this much neglected cess of not being able to gauge a foul i ;I Trails ',: .'

: Setftb 1 subject. In the future these ban no matter how easy it was ;,: .
Gazette-News Near Bridge 4 .
9cyMa: One day a batter raised a high foul I .
I cont sts win probably be an interesting : "Florida Linked""Sostken's .. ,
directly over the plate and the catcher -
: 9:303. a. to 12:00 noonMondayWednesdayandFriday feature of our school work.. : F
I misjudging It. was hit squarely on ; I S tkeastera Lime"E
[' : From the contest just he1d.-e havelearntd top of the head by the descending ;;: u JacksoHvSe-AUaftta

i" f( how we may make such sphere which knocked off his mask i I SpedaT
event still more interesting and and bounded away some thirty feet : :I "Florida Special1' .

OR ADDRESS LETTERS TO i t profitable in the future. That night Ashenback 'finished his t t VIASOUTHERN
I wish to commend the boys ace supper early and was passing out t>f 1:I

F O. BOX NO. 253. DAYTONA FLA.caTomokaRiven. girls for the interest manses e the dining room when he happened to j'I RAILWY

and the effort put forth. While y walk behind this catcher, who was : '. .. may not have won either of the ,Touring his evening meal with gusto j'I I 6CHJCDCX.E. '.
BttWMMM and enthusiasm. Stopping at the table !II
medals, yet I assure you your labor Ed passed his hands over the J: FLORIDA SPECIAL. SOtJTSDUTS: QS 66 TZMI

| (| >M % 0 0 >> was cot in rain. backstop's bead feeling for the bump j i I I West aM;KeI1hesL LiWrtHtflM. 'or -:: ;

A. O. BOTTS, Supt. which he thought would surely be j: Rev Turk a.J vie.....,
: there on account of the contact: with j'I Lv Jacksonville._;.40 a.m. '1,
the ball that afternoon. But there (: Ar Atlanta.-...., .-.flD p.m. Lv Jackx TIUe.-..., UI i:LI
mm CIANliE was no lump to be felt No wonder. I.I Ar Chattanooga. C.35 p.m. t LT Savannah..,...._ 1:,. p.s
Ar Cine" mat ......-----..5.00 a, m. # LT Columbia _..-. 6MJ."'"
FOR said Ash.am:: could there be .a :
Ar LouisriDe--&.*a.m. Ar Washington w_ ..a.$.
fiSii Affl SAME LAWS ; bump Tour bead is solid bone. Ar Chicago_ J&25 p.m. Ar Baltimore__-...If.K i R.:. _
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. : AT Cleveland.__...3.15p.m..4.00p.m.. ArPhiladdphu 1 ",.s..t
e Ar Detroit_. ArKewYcLv ?.I
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o FOX HUNTING IN ENGLAND. : --- ;Jf1

largest; fastest and> only boat stopping at the JHppcr NOTICE BEING GIVEN THAT AP-j I j i -' f ,:: .'

: cabin. J Ai1T.HE It Is MON Than a Sport; It ta a Sort FLORIDA LIMITED. t JACKSONVILLE-ATLANTA
PLICATION: WILL BE MADE ] of SPECIAL.
__ I Religion.In West n* Nartkwcst . I 11 $ '
I! England sport Is not only a religion j Bctwcca Jadoear&e sal A .8L
::11rit-clMs Liack sai SOBVCMT Staads. at the Cabin. $ NEXT SESSION OF THE:1 I ; It Is the religion. If, a man is a Jacksonville_...... &.0a p.m. .- -.
,- good he need not be 1- Ar Atlanta ....._....._ 5.20 a. m. Lv JackEon ri11e....----8..58 p.a-
- ........ LEGISLATURE.As sportsman anything Ar 1.uisvflle .............. S.55 p m. i ArMacon........ ......._._4.35I'llnrmnab. i
elseIt may seem hyperbolical \ ............_ S.35 p.m.r Atlanta-.__...__.7..i.
Y wit be seen by referring to a to describe fox hunting as a religion I Ar Chicago ,............?.7.45 a. m. .
i I and the fof as a deity but it is a bare i A ni1lc. N. CAr r
Steamers U.S.A. copy of the Gazette-News, a movement Detroit_......._....-6.30 a. m. -
:LomYilleNUltyille is on foot fathered by Mess s I bald exactitude,' The true fox hunt- j Ar Birmingham........ .12.15 noon L"'Jaeksonrill9"'a..mAr :
r ; Ing sportsman exhibits all the attributes I Ar Kansas City___.. lOS a. m.r: Asheville .,... _. .----.2 eL> '"
S. E. Bollard and Geo. H. Foote to of the dcTOtee.< the fanatic, the '' Ar Colorado Springs. &.15 a. m. : Ar Cincinnati...... ....,lLee.L;
I Constitutionare make various and sundrychanges In 1:I I I martyr. Fie is ready lo die for his j t1..i .

: the present: game and fish; lags in faith. I am sure he would cheerfully j I All solid vestibule trains,modern electrically lighted coacbe aDd ',
1 Pullman Prawinc Room Bleepingdm. Dining car erctee :
county.AppUaidon
are now running betweenDAYTONA force within Volusia allow himself to be burned alive rath I CITY TICKET OFFICE NO.lOS WEST BAY ST..JAOK 80 h'r1LE.TLt" ;
Railroad wUl be made to increase er than hunt a bag of aniseed. His I Ir For Pullman Reservation and Complete Information communicate m** : :..
and the penalty for violation of friends would cut him dead if they I J. J. McGEE. C. P. *T. A. C. R. PETTIT. .P.I .AK
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suspected him of treason to the JacksaariBe.
the local fish laws and providing pure
JNO. L. MEEK. A. G. P. A.. Atlaa(. Ga.
PALM BEACH what shall constitute prima facie e I Ideal of fox hunting. His clubs would I
Reste.XT violation! lav I refrigerate him. He would be a mark
idence of the of said s.
MeatgeBcry. ;: ed man. He would be a pariah an ......... ................... ... .r ,
1 The legislature win also be ask '
; outcast a bounder an outsider. I
JaekaoaviEe, A.C I- 8.15 pm Daytona Saturdays and to enact a law allowing catching of !

_........;12.22 8:00 :buntera
Lv BtrmlBcbam pm Tuesdays at a. m. roe mullet under certain restrictions is as, formidable as the power .of
'.L Kafhvffle ..-......_...: 7.55 pm bound South. Under the present law they cannot the various Indian
r'st.Louis X._. 7.40 and' castes. It is a ..................................aeeei
1- t', L. & am be taken even for private use mightier engine than the law. for it Is
Leaving Palm Beach Saturdays this works an unnecessary hardshi; i driven by public opinion. The county i
and Tuesdays at 9:00 a. m. on the residents of the coast. would ostracize the wretch caught in
: Dade Flyer Rosie.tv bound North. Another enactment asked will be the act of violating the fox hunting -. THE ---- .'

4 Jack ndJe,A.c.L- &25 pm to make it unlawful to ship certain code. His career would be ended.Never I "

: ;CbMtaaooca ......-11 37 am Prtne George Dock kinds of fish out of Volueia countyat j more could be bold up his head.

; cW aro.- -.-...- 6 47 am certain seasons and also to prevent .! He would be a leper. The taint of I STEAMER SWANwill
aniseed would
8teamer'Sepablic leaus Dartona for St. hang about him for-
R '. Aagostln 01TuE'Sda.1 Thursdays and Saturdays the sale or shipmenj of a!1:' ever.-James Douglass In London
Fc at 8..m. ducks. Wilson or jack a.''
snipe and Leader.
,SMOa 4tatic Lined. Leave Bt. Augustine for Daytona on I
Monday.Wednesdays Fridays 6 jn. i
Ticket on board ttcaravr. .
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Lv1irorc' a, L.,& N_12. 0 pm McCOY BROTHERS

*- >, ArQa Bapids.tf.. _--- 84SpmkGrand 6,45 am I pnp It i t TRACTIVE;[ RESIDENCE }!1 1I I .be remodeled andthe e

Ar IxjaJsriiHe .__. 8.40 pm : JJ-tLL
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: SOLID TRAIN. each with three windows having southern exposure. ; finished attic, bath, +.

; ', T ;ee Erst-class Electric Lighted : Electric Lifted Thron hoaL : lavatory and large butler's pantry with hot and cold soft water. City water : p.: r

1..TaIM,Berth Lights Dining.Cars I I also connects. Best of modem furniture, electric lights, furnace besides : I

'; (eMIa taainala Carte. .I : large fire place in living room,spacious piazza; servant rooms and garage year's business with

"l ,: : outsi 'e buildings. Price $17.000 includes piano electric phaeton and : I

I II II I charging plant. Lot SOxSOO, containing small orange grove and ten other + both freight and -

Il:.lnts\* & Mvffle? 1.1. I; :. varieties of trees: Inquire 10 to 12 a. m., 32 Xorth Rid Rood avenue. :. : passenger

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CROCKERYAt . _7:1s a.m.
za I ..Ar. St.Loois. ,,,_ .139 ..m. Laths SUaika. FUeriaf. CdSa&Brick. Lime and Cemest ia Stock $
/' Reasonable- Price i For tickets steeping address ear reservation and railroad f Office and Yards: East Coast Railway and Orange A.,. . I was made, arriving at Daytona Monday
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'J .(1. FS '- K U1e.1. .aii4 of the foams 'field, panicular- ests little;: to Indicate_that, It k ja S Now-open for the third DAYTONA.season u *r'tbe FLORIDA.liberal management of-A.H.I_
m. :! : served by ly that rf China where the Y. H. place of coaflaeaefiL There are DO LANK,, proprietors of Boston. The fiena %*to first-class in every part raj>-.

1f ll"S. C. A. has been' more readilY accepted :- ooter prison trails and In the cefla the 9*> features atmosphere" are-8U and a frior'location table on,white Daytona employe bouleranl.a modern:HMgevood house &avnw gcauu, _?wOni

"" than the regular church bodies -I meo- bout ten ,ir, each-are ,as 'cointentedlj ouru,garage.. Hotel will be opl"D"UNmonthot April.R -
f l .ilaiMee.; 3seaN.t! ea.e" ,Suiter lOaad, N.T.j*I quid explained that this was and 'comfortably housed .as I i *rt rtTfc ,Qcesssifte' :.....t4..t..., : 'fl- ;.. --( _

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I terms saying they were
[ECEEORGEo dea&o to escape more effectually than < -' 1 r
.. : often. rough, but big hearted felloes, woald strong walls iron bars and Ian I i 109 South Rid .ood ATC. } t

>::.': :.' -":._. .-: who were more easily approached army of warders. 'When W. J. Still- 9 22 rooms-11 with baths. Two blocks from R. R. station. aad poet-( liec. { J

'1.- ".::""yd:{ tors through: the practical work of the Y. &anwas In that country in the seventies Steam Heat v a r'

l M. C:. A., than through the regular all the free men were away fight -_R4 Mr. Foster P. J. DOYLE; ',
1I I. _JIr".. OWH'BHTIL HAT ut. church channels. This work among tag; and he observed how when a messenger -

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: ,...... -"d Hotel ia tills section. I carried right out into the 'construction man or.i ..r the prison and sent him ..,..................................NNN 1N ,' .1!..
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Two .a'loot froafcage OB.lWilaxRiver. .
camps as wcl! u !n the cLtes return. Ore'such was sent : JACKSONVILLE FLO ':
messenger t RIM- '
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bier. SENECA
Pool : Orchaslnu. : . .. Parlor. I and along: established: .farc? rali- to Cattaro in Austrian territory, with J CORNER DUVAL AND OOKAK! Bfg. ; .r <

Room.4i road, ud is .heie gtoiins :o. .
every : : 3,000 florins for the bank and duly
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- a better, cleaner manhood j tame back. Another asked a Russian i 1
eei'sitl r..l1fe ettdy let it&g In Th tons forl St.Augustine and > .t
eeaM.: ?"aaMeOisra tth leaagre.ja >m Before closing! Dr. Latshaw spoke at Cattaro to intercede with Prince Albert Bennett. Proprietor C. R. Bennett Manager "

';; .' briefly of a. great religious campaign Klcholas for his release from prison. i A Nice Place for Nice People Running Water. Steam Heat and 'Phone in.Every
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"; ire,: -y'1.r, af.*;TIC 9RKTQL,,Asbvry Park. N.J, which is to 'begin next SeptemberIn Russian."But you are not in prison" said the Room. White )Throughout. .4..J.Mr. Foster I!I
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'" ,: '- .-.'" .,,-.,: ..... 16' -a.lse this country and Canada and having "<>11." said the man "I have only ..................................................-...

_.lf0itlil. ..: for its supporters the National come down for a load of skins for So-
= ,",- - Church Brotherhood, the men's department :.11N111.............................1@N.NNN...N >-
and-so. but I must go Into prison '
c -.-.' : of the International Sunday again when I get back to Cettlnje.- H H. MA! Prepneior t Y
............m INri.H i School Association theOld.- One guard watched all the prisoners ii NEW SEASIDE INN DAYTONA= FLORIDA J

!, eons and the International Commit when they sunned themselves out of I i* This new and select family hotel has just been enlarged and refurnished J

1HE"HEW GABLES I tee of the Y. Jf. C. A. Five different doors and If he were called away a for the season 1910-11 to meet the requirements of its growing patronage. :
: would tate his rifle and
prisoner
parties or bands will out doj j
start
< -. r' - i. Furnace Heat Hot and Cold Baths Electric and Gas Lights Call Bells .>

_ .rr< ... : ', - Daytoaa., Fla. I, across this continent travelling in duty for the time.-London MalL j I,: : Rates STLSO.per Day aDd Upward. 'Weekly Rates ea AppKcatioa *O-.

I parallel lines from east to west, one t I Summer 'ddrE'Ss.1I0TEL LECH EVA LI KR, Ocean Grove. N. J. *
.: NOT HOUSE. CENTRALLY 1 in. Canada GRISTLE BREAD. j I. '
and four in divisions from __ i! .NNNN.............0.......1.......................
LOCATED. EVERY MOD.
north south in this i
D to country, and
ERN CONVENIENCE AND I each group',will be compcscd of anevangelist A Faverit In Norway and In Parts of i iGerma..y. |I......................................................
COMFORT. .. .. 0
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I a singer, a specialist inj, .j j :

StealIbt TlnlgMt boy Bible management instruction and a a specitl4stin specialist in t said'What a barer Is gristle"Is a bread kind of Why.bread that that'I i j,I "The Ivy Lane Inn"I !

S. H. MOSELEY : social service and these five bandsare is peculiar to Norway and to some j I!A A High Grade House catering to the most particular pecple. Central loeatia.i t -,. .. _'
of Germany In Norway It has: ?
Pre rietor. to be supplemented by a sxth,t parts i : $3.00 and $4.00 per day-$17.50 and lumber per week. : ;
The 'Tnn n.TbouSftndlslAnd been made for many years, and here !I!
Pfcjk, N.:7": during summer of : or railroad .branch, which winbe j there are bakeries In which It is math'j I. Open November to May. WM. W. FOLTZ Proprietor :

111. Mr. Fosters o e ua
r Dr. Latshaw and work in conjunction It wherever they may be. I j I....N..e..............s...s.......................si R
e with the other bodies MIn making gristle bread the l loactwhen >
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.. -- Dr. Latshaw was introduced -by first formed up from the dough ............... .......................N '

.. - Rev D, H. Rutter. pastor of the are laid on boards and put through at:
,... .N..UeUR.R.ie.isisiii.ii i First M. E. Church, who spoke of extra heated oven In which there !
- -" the growing uL'I:.y of the Christian: baked on them an outer crust or skhi I Daytona. Florida

: :: THE HAMILTON organizations' today and of the work the ed over gristle.and Then put the through loaves the are turn oven ! GREATLY ENLARGED SINCE LAST SEASON. ,

> along this line being accomplishedby again so that the gristle may bo KikeJall j | Surrounded by Spacious Grounds in the most delightful part of the City :,
New and First Class the great association which Dr. over them. This quick oven ranks i i The guests receive the best the markets afford in the dining room and every i /iI

.... Latehaw represents and which is of, only that outer crust on the loaves,I 1 > comfort and convenience that a well regulated hotel can offer to the public j ,"

-"" .,, an undenominatdonalcharacter. which are then placed In another U''N' i.............................'......... ............
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for their final complete baking.
'''Meat " Electric. Lights Electric Bells s CRANfENTlmiNlNT Originally In Norway gristle bread ....................... ......O.ssIese/s0.RSISJOiIi

.. m was made of rye flour only In this I : DA AVION, FLA. Under new management. &

;;,_. E t:Rooms, with or without Baths 0 country there was a demand for It :: Th e CI eve 1 an d t Centrally locatedf good tableS Jr.

.. ': TO BE THE LAST AM) BEST.{ : handsomer and larger loaf and wheat und best of service; steam heat and. TIT. J. SIMPSON Prop.. aI .
. .. flour mixed electric Reasonable rates.esiiSOtOtlsisisisisi0isitlisiii0iisRifiOiiRSN. i m
:;.. .. was with the rye. as has : lights. F
'- < .,# -. now to some extent come to be the custom I I: t. ,
' > MRS I. M. JViABBETTE Proprietor o
y :_ CARTOONIST AND CLAY WORKER in Norway also. Here the proportions
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Mr.
] jK DAYTON :j
Ave e : FLORIDA
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tt N IEN .liNlN......,...........i. tie ENING AS LAST NUMBER OF "Gristle bread costs more than ordinary ,
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LYCEUM COURSE. bread because of the greater: I OVERLOOKING THE HALIFAX DATTOHA, FLORIDA .
1' 9 time rad lab required in mating itYear :" ,
NN..HNiHiiN iett....i I York :Sun. G. W. SWAN, Proprietor.
,,' . e' .. j The entertainment hy Rove Crane.
cartoonist and clay worker, at the I Dtctrk Lfefes and CaD Bells.* Steam Rut Hot aad Cold Water.
/ rSCAAIDTS HOTEL i His Equivocal Answer.
"-- -, new Daytona theater .Friday evening The blushing girl. buttonholed bet _1.lll'.I............................. .
- < : Henry Sdamidf,,Prop etor. Dayt yia, Florida will be the :last .number of the flushed:tianceWeil. ,
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<- net t4he tiawY t of:'theHAliiai RiTerone mule from Alliutic lyceum course and everything points .Egbert." she murmured.fdM
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ft, ku fifty i single 4cn mte or with bath. Steeping -roosssaomy J., to this being the best of (the lyceum papa give his consent?"

fiery;-...aledy all Bate .exposure Thc-cxzsine: and scr- course numbers. An .idea- of the Ebert.drew himself up stiffly. MRS. D. J. CUNNINGSPro ,1

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a from the following W'aS."lhe responded. >
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newspaper com.ments -
..ITI..I wl.MMM itl.!0 H tlP!ej; : ,. Tben are we.or arent we engaged.; | 4.&kv Modern $otel. Table and service under wed |
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I i Syr. t SA4XM'vlsk o f the proprietress. 2
Danville
1 Register: Roes Crane
=i "I 'do not know. acswered Egby, Sou SSacnc
Rid- eeeod Avenue. DAYtONA FLORIDA
.. ... ,! fairly astounded his hearers and !sees ,
silt "i>tlaly. 1338 "
.....................I I \ 'ers by his:: marvelous .mastery of the But what happeo!" tnana e x3rt as the New Magnolia, Asbury Park, N. J.

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J AwOA LARGE !SUNNY ROOWS. j likenesses -ever.to marry"I went your In daughter and.saJd:nave'Sir-1 your wish - 11'

._ ,-wijcteaks ami faat ea lie place. I"'a$elHaL RATES: S2.CO.per :: source of wonder and .delight. The oofisent He turned and looked at mea a

.. ,ivy art gl1.pE1 pet taaxb ad lIP. :: mkt amusing featare was his un'que minute then be grew red in the The Wilkier The OSBORNEA. ;

; aril laughable skits at the piano. lace then be grabbed see.> then he lift "W.C.BRANCH. Prop. .
$.t'Fci' : OSBORNE Prop. s
ltfx ress.NHNii .
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me up. then he threw me over the
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4 Dayton Journal: Res? Crane hid (4nforlab1c Rooms Rooms Only Modern ConTcnicn'-es
......................1 ei the audience in his hand from the .'ban s1ers. But whether! he is in favorof i! Eaxelleat Tablc 5Oc:.. 7Sc. and $1.00 per day
or &ot. Etheibrite.
.engagement
begbming to the end.: Hi** witty j Rates Moderate $2.50 to $6.00Per week .; ,
be die cot.say. 322 So. Paimetto Are., Dayton. Fla. Steam Heated Rooms 11 Orange Ave -
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!; .i QUISISANA SPA AND HOTEL .........!...........................................0

.t CiTYHOTEL GREEK COVE: SPRINGS. FLORIDA. : The HARLAN m...Lai.., Lake Helen Fla. :.
' FLORIDA. \DATTONA. Thirty X7esSouthof JacksorrOIe. Tie Oldest VateriafTlaee: .florub. .
In a beautiful park of tall pines,extending down to the lakeside Thoroughly :
-3 Ahra,'s open New Owaerskq and Management j jU4 HOTEL A ftare*xampJ*of Btwnteii mission architecture, perfectly Adapted to this ovated and Improved this aeaeon. A quiet,homelike lacy. The dry pine-laden air !
C aM Emkried Good SerrkeJUanagement <. rhiuate. Every n ocvenience. t. U healthful and Invlgonitinp. Good rood Good water. Nicely furnished rooms. .\
BATHS Tb lamou Quisis na warmpring. Sm "SlJ.Jus a nUnutej deUcatfu bathing Private bath. Pool billiards I ,bowling croquet Iwatlnp, tubing and gunning. '
H. C F. DOHM. j. h mammoth pool under gl ss. Rates,S2JOO per day and up; Stopper wetk and up. Good automobile road from .
Daytona to Jake Helen.
It Qulla, a links jioBrboteL Best climate in Fiends, ., .
....................N ...... GOLF i L1bt.'Q a.i sans never closes. Atop at Green' CorejJprings at'ordlag-long op; pour way reason honie. } Ask Mr. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Abrams, Props. :

SAMUEL H. GKOSER.yr Manager ........NNN..NN..1.NN.......NNNNNN N..N

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DAYTONA FLORIDA. ROCKLEDGE.IFLORIDA. Hotel Ladiaa Hirer Ca., Prop'r]
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. : Now open.rtth modern resource Situated on the famous Indian Hirer at ] I EDWARD. S.1MMUS,1'Ao p.I ,
iV100k g the Beantila1 Halifax t River. Rocklt' *,theborne n-.n-h.choice! oranges. This hotel U fornssltd and oprated to
t CemferUble House. First Class in Respects. ; meet the need of those who prefer good taste to display. Rooms with and without private I VIIITE SERVICEflltMr.Foster EVENING DINNE11S, '
hath. -rVrfect sanitary equipment teem' heat
AMPLE SUPPLY OF PURE. SOFT
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.-t.a.. 'C;,o. CHAMBERLJN Proprietor 4.I f3oU; >r bus and attendants mm" all trains. DescripUre booklet" on request. SUMMER: THE TUTHIU- POINT EAST :\)0111L.= lV2f*V v.j x( J.: x

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.bs this the"fbeseasv !:": E.-A. AJIICII ieR3' :'I'L -ea1eR."';; ':r.m'are, parrots I the afternocoi. Somme 'years 'aao. as . .... ,
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... -. CT=T .... Ated.OottaPS ,...at-sa3s lsl.ftom 360 io J300bo r oscfilatioa of s:ores was regfeecM tee ;
g..T.Jece Jas beaa 1MIc; 8e ab fat one day. 'No.--cJer. therefore
Mt toto"cuaict
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.allae.nc it eeoks fb Rp tar more weca- .
that lung troubles are ALLBEALIMGPEK1HSULJL j jDR.1
". tieawitm.m atzui r: DOT :w/feB be laaftbeotfi
wa.aBIkbaa : lent ia iladrid than Jn St..Petorsbarg.
i .\ Jasa1ri481- 380 towed ..... 1 L : tbej are the rtybiM "
... two 1 t of ta&crs. FaircSx often refuse -Loodon Chroaide. -
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_:t het'iftir-TrnTiT two boars-bd rc SOIOCSDry .,1 tt jetf m tubes. tlscrc ant'J j jthf : >. VIS, ; ri watt : [ -
-. -., ", '8Rsli'riDtau. of DA'l"rmfA BEACH etIac oi,.,bat e store Is clrarof + J j! How Music Affected Bo w.fL I >c.:.'Bgf+ EBATTCMCApCACSr \ i 1 1I gega
=-- stv....citltt1tous for 'F.y-obil= Good Shoes the they w9 cfeatter away throw 1! BosireQ had a good deal sore eel- a3coa 1J Howse=of W' ; est

.. pat of c.y: Men's Correct: ter whole Tocabolary as If their rerydepcadcd lag for music than DC. John and : iiwl
l' 1-k .e ltZ aM Daytona Beach each WearJLczosstrom JtreS. their bang beard]t'saffered at bis master's haixH. Oacela I.. FL8MMFathnpr teal
;.AH Work lave a -- popoUlioa of ap- on j' moment of reness he told ,
a expan I Greek *I&
aed.rleeeMt : : Tbla obstinacy often spoils cood safest H s C\ol.Q'
+atliaeler loiir itclf 15 h Su tarr.oni- the@NS1de Ina .!.I Johnson that rsesSe affected hlra to ";1 f71a&aU tb. aw --
enforced, streets Hoot parrotRvffl talk to a girl or wo.a&aa&rach 1}( .e1sop .
Dicetks. ""
,..... auiu arc strictly web degree as to agitate his nerrespiiafuUj tirg1. MsBI w
.- -.I'. stdcwa&s are gill kep*. aa4DEW gaktrr and frur than to a a h.T.Y*CstrUe aDd ...l.Rabs. ...-..&._'.
m prodses? alternatira 8H O fqn.de. Zfeee....s
streets K*bra opeaeft as.fast' boy r.IIWL"MoaW'A I' "' '
are absolute* 'TrMt8e'lllt.. att eel'arse .
dejection
LY. sematJoBs of pathetic : ,
the iacrcxsic t popabSoa d- sod f : ao 0&1 &8L = -ta qw'aM
that be was ready to shed tetra. *
suds,, Besides.botds sad feacrdiag&ere I Coatrartorfar Ostriches and,Their EMS. I .: : : :. :: ::
of d&ri&g resotntkm. so thstbe wasJfidleed .. ,..... ..
MASON WORK - >> -"" ,.. iretselr
taew atpit'ew beasts is ample cetiafe aao- I A al&sBkir thing about os&icbea laCha : to raw into the thickest of
efe&ea for all wiftter visitors iaess oA1 Ylnds: way they brine up their t.bk $

tti3ait bath ton I I Oonervte 8tdewalkstc.Carbine Tb bed wkh. tacra are. a good many the battle.'Str" repQed Jo=oa. -I s&oeSdccrer :....................i..! rM DiHrllatt
a>e +oa1rLagiBs AU Uac attracti of ScabRczc CSE ia ,the mat. BEACH all If It made KM aar&'a
DA1A beer It at :
applies to Daytona Reach, the two I laa.. tat ft* cpp wen laid by erlernt fool. R. MCDONALD f
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.. ST The dcreloptBcat of Daytona Beach: FITZGERALD W erwy. day. and bdeg far a*it. A Hunan Tmdancy.approre J MEATS |.
is its they would DDt batch tgt+etber. Wbea w ts.t i>yMo.e.e
has bcca wily as phcaoouaal : Florida
: Rot.wilsems & -r01l of cconozny. doa aad WesternTb4C2ioiccst .1
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sister em the north and ace year !the eat is prepared, therefore. aB .'
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Is bstaatial The OATES dies la the Betchborbood are brrtted I
there a growth. :
Yes." replied Senator Sorshaa;J: Stab and .
to cone an e! apiece.the>> boeeasretsrnlnc
smd: denes hare been leveled or
Rstr goat ud LAWYERS the faror In due time ,> noely too many of ta are apt to ecoao t. The Primed-Roasts. . dt re.t4e
luadsooae homes hare been
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?*t** oa the cigars ire hand oar e eat 3t wilt ,r
*r s.W.tC yrs haft for bosh --winter and allyeartomad ' DytsaaTla. Ostrtdi eggs are deUdooa ODe : friends Instead of those Tre smoke ooraelres. 1.. T Hphoascs win joa neat aal we tsefy ilw. f
1 wes three pounds or Is equal to a
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1a orrapancy.: ."-Washington Star. t.: wtU eoica.or to see that you ct It. : .lgtor
dozen of a hen's They are ft'J''TeDJent. eoo- P cc I3. aittS
too for the boaters b the ,. rtri
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. J&httul m*. bat a dish to cook In. When we plant a tree we are dote? POULTRY. .

t:... 'LJ. D.i.Ii.utPromptl executed at ; . : order ts. a
1 : is act on the fire, a bole is broken more wholesome and happier dweHIscplace n.eE'a"UnJoak&Ye yroc. t.
"llmJ11&' Gazette News Office. | In the top. It ts stirred with a stkk. for tbosc;: who come after' cs. If does kaaeoe 7v:1 hsTW' of aettt .
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reserve the right to raise them z ILJ o- 1' 79x346, ?300 each. .

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t.t 5 \' oNe' ttleal3t! ,It Is desteeed to build the forts while of two continents: ;wta have been real.: aM .,.
.. til; JeW'Ol"'ao Colonel Goethak to' I Iwd:and 'aew'route'to tart :will Hef I SILVER it I .-
ftfcfeK eeaatll ;fmpot' stllj on the Job, In. - p! > : ;BEACH. 'T7 .
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- i ui. a unat'by the way much divan and expense can opeatotte&P&llttthropiits> =
*** -..-. ..... eder, teach- 1I ore ezpe'a, be 'saved._ Besides, the -work "will be believe.that-It would : ff'!'..iniuc rnJl t- .
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.t'I aa taradrroul d.tie Uf here to Ret fittletied. Goethals has a be a'magnanlmoHS and beaaUfal thing Extending 'from ::1 i .. .ww.3:1 .. ".
"x.wbade':'Ittt:.that ,la case o twar. hftbU Of going,through with anything for America to;bund this: Waterwayand .: "'. -. or. WIi- ;;- ..;: ., t" >

Jxi. 'reeldbe seeded. ._or-other eervicar on Which tte starts even an appropriation say to,the world. Ttke It_ ; It Is I River .to Ocean' I ; '
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: : eUe t landslides 'have no terrorsto : yours" More: ,: practical: beings feel : Il."eiars. ,.:...l1 _

a, Waite ; :;Nepal- :' ma'ke > him He simply continues shoveling that It Is still Important< for: the United S FOR SALE OR RENTS : S .. .- .';:,t # .
experts a telling point out the landscape'and lets It slide States to control the Pacific-Important
la.;tavorof fortifications.
;:war It would be practically Impossible *.put on the fortifications he could utilize for civilization.: By fprtlfi iti
JKlKrat :torts to take, an American I his concrete gangs after they had fln- retain the key In our own hands. From .. . ,I,I, .w OO ,Ye Ie s' I14M. f i.

; feet through> the canal In face, of an | Ished With the locks. ..,' our Island forts at the western, gateway satHllyNSS, .- .aisl.-..-....-.-...
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: be like marching Not long aw the colonel appeared In America'can proclaim: : ..:...- '- - 3 '-<
'.IfanD"tbrough. a harrow-defll e with Washington to testify before a committee *'I awakened the'Pad e; I furnishedthe
x ttatpt ia;toe/-at.;:the:other end to, the .
pick them and while there was Invited to example for republics;,-of the
off: as they:emerged. With, forts all deliver a stereopticon lecture In the western hemisphere; I broke'the sleep, .
tfela;would changed.; The fort gunscouW'keep hall of the house of representatives of Japan and maintained the Integrityof I' _' '

Co ; : -'the opposing fleet at least the second time such an honor has been China; I furnished a type of, freedom :
,::* X& *. S-';' _,' ' for[ Australia and New Zealand;. :

__ E Z4"t I am leading Into the.Hawaii paths of and self the govern Philippines -: S-.OC: g H" 'H Jlft :

ment; I broiled' life Into all this'vast ., .. .",_'
Terr ,,"f'rt *"d eaipirp creuad the world'serectest _or_ .
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dest'.ny.. B" :1- 1

l rzr e i i1t ,! Fixing the Lesson /1 on.s i

+ Parson Saunders was a little .per-

turbed one Sunday morning over some :
worldly matter' .and made a .mistake Weo] r subject prior sale and

in. the reading of the Scriptural les
sons. He read the second lesson advance the following Stocks :

. where he should have read the first.
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r .< : As he 'neared the end of his reading and Bonds, complete description
the parson saw that he was In error.
o He ,that his congregation knew "
saw of which will be furnished r =
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he was In error. How then, to con ap-
elude? To conclude In the orthodox
z 4, - .way-"bere endeth the second l sson"wo plicatipn. .

ld hardly,do as It was not the.second

i O' 4v'9 I lesson but the first Nor. could

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r first lesson since properly It was the
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second? Parson Saunders, after a mo .
4vf. ment's 'thought, wisely and frankly

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xi "Here endeth the. wrong. lesson.-

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w 's'K "I suppose Jerinle you wouldn't *. x

..,' .-e------- -- ak tT want to go to the concert Wednesday Daytona, Florida, High School ,
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;:,'>1jJ' 'DD ..tU.AT-co'. PANAMA. FOnTIFICATIOJfS. "You dear thing! I couldn't posst 5s, dated April 1, 1909, due. .

bly think of showing myself In it." April 1, 1929.. Price $103.05and
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; DEFENSES OFTH : PANAMA CANAL, COVERING A RANGE OF TEN MILES OVER
"That's what I thought, so I"-
interest 4 3-4
yielding
.c: ;,._ BOTH. THE PACIFIC AND ATLANTIC ENTRANCES. "Wbatr Percent

.. "Bought only one ticket to the con . Interest April 1.
and ft vast army of ten miles distant and give the American accorded an outsider In the history of cert."-Meggendorfer Blatter.

pers, 'public officials. ships an opportunity to go throughthe the country. He was not there to talk $900 = r

beth bouses 'of congress, canal unmolested and form in bat- for forts, yet everybody knew how he The Aspect. ,
'citizens of the- 'plain tle line under the protection of the felt on the subject.It "The: school board, the police board Florida East Coast Automobile

potiodyt knoTwing Just forts. is designed to use disappearingguns and the Jail board are all in the limelight Association, first mortgage '
a'e"are;of,"these either; Of course everybody hopes that there for the forts. A disappearinggun at once for trouble." '
bonds 6s. Price $1 00 and .
ckim; 'public sentiment, will be no more war. We have been has the same advantage as a man "Yes. it certainly does seem as if our ,

sof actions In this hoping the same thing for over 2,000 shooting from behind a tree. It bobs city public affairs were going by the interest, yielding 6 per cent.
ee years. Twenty-six hundred years ago fires Its load and be- I board.-New York Journal
tlt+ The division is nota out suddenly Dated July 1, 1904, due on or
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dace Teinlnbrlty; leader Isaiah wrote that "they shall beat fore the enemy,.-can get back at it Is ,
introduced the resolution, their swords Into plowshares and their again in hiding. Ball-What t is silencer before July 1, 1924. Interest i

Neither la It spears Into pruning hooks." We still Hall-The college yell of the school July 1. .:.
believe that -"they" will do this, but Bit Growth on Pacific. I of experience.-Harper's Bazar. I
as; many tolnlsters oppose the nations have not done It yet and I $2,000 S
aa4 ethers just as-stout- .
when
they
certain! indication
it.of'la, ; It a'division bee give wllL no The powers run a race in buildIng .. .................................................... Florida Publishing Company .
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=.vu for and
; 1tstiace President peace Taft Dreadnoughts Moreover and, the Increasing advocates!' ar of : The INew: Excursion Steamer : 6s, dated January 2, 1893, due

'of't>trpeace.advocate. and maments. OUTHLAND January 2 1913. Price $100
fortification at Panama Insist that this : To the Picturesque Tomoka Cabin $ ,
die, ;tvho Is-_ for ,peace would be a defensive rather than nn and interest yielding 6 per cent. 1 '
hart' and, X10.000,000.la offensive! measure. It would make for .
canal An Elf'gant Boat Interest July 1 and January 1. '. :
fortifying the peace rather than war. It would discourage : DAILY EXCURSIONS. "
for Ele ant Peo-
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and not Invite attack. .
Opinion Divided J pie. Buffet Service .
fortifications would be no menace toCOmml1" on Board Separate Toilets for Ladies and Gentlemen with all Modern Con- 4 $240
quite as,much divided (' They would never be used veniences. At the Popular Price of ONE DOLLAR FOR THE ROUND TRIP. : S
aVourselves. Those In except against an enemy of the canalor Stock of East Florida Telephone ,

Saone bate, of course, an enemy of the country owningthe I DAILY TIME SCHEDULE. | Company at par.
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1omtoinment_ ;. but others canal. Loaves Prince George Dock Daytona, 8:50 a. m. + ; .
ender like-restraint. Of For Police Duty. Leaves Central Bridge Daytona. 8 55 a. m. .
;hold that If la our Leaves Peninsula Bridge. Seabreeze, 9:00: a. m. T $500
protect our own Another argument in favor of fortifications J Leaves Ormond Bridge, Ormond 9:35: a. m. + .

:insist' that, pur best Is that they are necessary water-In.. .. Return to Prince George Dork, Daytona 3:30: p. m. *. ,, Peninsula Bridge Stock at 75. -

ig the great water- the,proper policing of the great I Office Phon.177 Red ''f
required to enforce Chas. F. Bur d man, Owner Seabreeze, Fla. I \
,thtough' internationalthe way.neutrality. They. are .Bee. Phone LiN black. $2,500
canal itself Tbe duty of policing and ................. ............................NI +.+.. .,
world: Possibly they protecting the canal and of making it I i .I Port Tampa 5 per cent. semj.annualWater

e*rry our xnaghanimaadnot neutral rests on the United States goyeminent Works
; bonds 30
Par.
charge tolls Who then can object If we years. j

'principle a farmer take the necessary steps to performour $25,000 R Y + 3.

fences, but should duty? I a New Book,
neighborhood went 'The weakness of an InterntlUonalagreement' Pensacola Improvement bonds 30 '
j-out.of his cbrnlmd for assuring the neutrality I Pit's a Souvenir Novelty, ,
International years, 4 1-2 per cent. Par.
of the canalls that an and R
crop left should give it necessarily consist of something in Stationery Engraving
yig[ teat.argument agreement would
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nations, $50,000
individual ;,
,,Panama\! \ canal is that treaties between
JH>t ;fortlfied the Suez and in time of war such treaties are CALL ON OR WRITE # Ucita Investment Co., 6 per cent. ,
which they
id has, amply fortiirhkh hardly worth the paper on bonds
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written. Besides, what is to prevent years run. $96.
guards theenMediterranean are
sea and some Irresponsible nation that from is The H. & W. B. DRtW.CO. :
/the epproacb to the 'not a signatory to the agreement terwT I

Inflicting injury on the .

against .fortiflcaft Even If there were an understanding
laphysically? impossible somebody would still have to police 45-49 W. Bay St. Jacksonville :
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Panama canal by such the canal, and for this purpose
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fortification would be essential.sort
,'guns now nave.a range of .
ty miles and the canal From the American viewpoint there .
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each :an exposed position would be another fatal defect in the AND YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY. AND

tH shot at from far putJfcoia plan. In case, of war say between the SATISFACTORILY. .

.eeveral, points along United States and Japan there would fleet CONRAD.OATES REALTY TITLE
to prevent a Japanese
Jps could thus keep out be nothing canal and ,
through the
fo'rts;and'still do execur from passing
the.canal. Even if attacking the Atlantic coast Thus the '" -
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be in'motion, thus being waterway we ourselves had; built We are Headquarters for Alligator Goods and Souvenirsin I AND. INSURANCE CO l 1
Injury.
fit f :stationary'while'\the target.canal locks This would Itfirst was be used the military for American our own necessity sentiment that .China and Orangewood New and ;

would imply thai crystallized Exclusive Novelties. CONRAD BLOCK
An isthmian canal PHONE 128
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: hod been. talked of for generations butt i
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.. BEREA, La., March 30-A thaes-
Sixtfc. ..-' '3...Lyceua: .:NHsber4 . -' and students from Berea ooHqge

... -.- '. . : Thursday saved the town from destr&cUea by, ,;
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fire today
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The Little Gem of Days, US i

: Crane So. Ridgewood AwHl be Sew 'st

f THEATER. a sacrifice to the one that makee'I I
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i.: best offer before April 11. It k ia
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complete order; '8 rooaaa: butler'spantry

and bathroom; good cellar

: ; ,Sc l ptor: cistern, electric light, 'etc; ceaptofeegarage
I Remember the Bee Hire North) Mrs. M. N. Nash arrived Wednesday with man's room, Oatebed; K, =

.Beach St. when. looking for bar.gaIns. afternoon from Columbus, Ohio fruits, flowers, shrubs and tree; Caetret b.

.. Cartoonist Special, prices on' millinery, and is visiting her niece, M.'sa'May! little park in itself. For price asd let'etaey
gents' clothing, shot, etc. JoIIey at her home on South: Palmetto : terms, apply or address John J Raa-

,, ; :.Aw .. za4 Entertainer avenue. dall,.ownert at his new home, 436 S.
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M ., School wil open Friday morningas Ridgewood are, next door to Sebring's. *- eyes b r,
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was previously' announced to the The last card party of the season 954 theca wttesbie.
chfdrcn. 3.. L. WRIGHT, Prln. .
was enjoyed by the goes 4) at the II.eesary
I Ridgewood Monday evening. Mis Th. Book Von Moltko Resd. I I w
Among the recent arrivals at the The Chateau de Ferrieres hi a Wft-
t :: Friday Mar. 31 Arthur Titue of Athens oa-the-Htd-
Ridgewood are Jack Morton, Jacksonville tone as well as a' proprlet&rtal later n.:..
N. won -
son, Y.. the ladles prize, -
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Frederick Wayland and wife,1 est It was the scene of Urn. memorable .
while S. C. Millard of Danbury, Com
;q: Prices 25 50. ; Waltham. Mass Mis W K Hubbard.! won the gents' prize. Each guest hada Interview between Bismarck ash
k r when the Utter made to
of': : Mabel L Hubbard. Fargo N D.' Mr std Jules Ferry
I draw for the third prize, which
Mrs Oscar! :Myere Summit N J, W impassioned declaration about Toot aof Look hrt s
went to Mr. Joslin, Cincinnati. of fortresses not tech
atone our aa
H Bradley and, wife Miss\ Bessie L
; ::,,. Theater Ferry will run. I|I Bradley,. Mr and Mrs E L Wagner, our territory. Bismarck w& the
on the Prussian ride. As
Reserved Seats at Hankin's fMrs W F Nash, New York, Mrs E **The Glenwood, Seabreeze, Fla.- only speaker
,. ... I far aa be was concerned the ceBoqaj
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I wil sell the Glenwood 18-room
|H Nash Philadelphia; Mr and Mrs an
would have been ended in a few Bate- &Iffi
d. .. < F W Goakes Cleveland, Mr and MrsC house, furnished, including a 4-rcom utes. Ferry's special pleading lasted

-- C Jenks, Detrort. house for $7,000. Mrs.: S. E. RuEifell the best part'of an hour. It aU ended .
.; : has leased my house for the past as we know. '--
Ladies' hairdressing parlor, 19 Vo- winter and she will show it to any Silent In a corner of the room there -
Safety lusia Ave. Mrs. L. A. Schof.ed.: one wishing to purchase. E. F. Br.t- eat Moltke. Silent he remained aft :,: '.
Solidity, Stability. I ton. 1t the while. He was reading and be WeanoMq r ii
:- Mrs. B. E. Jaudon of Fort Pierce, never took his eyes off his book. Fe line of Gte.
. SAFETY-All loans made on giltedged securities. .. Is :in the city for a couple of weeks' llr Whitehurst was curious to bow '
s SOLIDITY-. trength of our resources, and no lax methods. visit with her mother and brother, ,APPRECIATES[ THE WORK what book it was that had thus absorbed cladiaff:

:. ; S STABILITY-: financial structure that is lasting, built upon chariikcter I Irs. M. A. and Carl Saxon. Mrs. .him. It was "Martin Chi'

_, confidencend rspitsJ. Jaudon had been visiting her sisterin wlLM-Pall Mall G&fttte.ArtlficUl .

-, : !" ,>We invite the careful i investigation pf prudent business men con New_ Smyrna for a few days and DONE BY BOARD OF O TRADE. ..

R templating a change. was accompanied to Daytona Wed- t!/...
I her The earliest notice of artificial eyes
brother-in-
nesday morningby
ORMOND BEACH MAN HAS EXPERIENCE .
PEO.PLE'S occurs in a very rare work by tile
STATE BANK law, Gordon H. Rousseau.! -
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WITH" INEFFICIENT French Burgeon Asxbroise Pare. entitled
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"La Method Curative des
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DAYTONA. FLORIDA. Sorority Chocolates! ,wih: Gitson
. SERVICE ON THE EAST COAST Playes et Fractures de la Teats na-
PnldJntS,.P.""f.XL: heads 60c at T. F. Curtis! & Son.
VXD llwhUr. H. 1-:.GARTER maine" Paris, 1M!. Pare sires a description
3 y VIoe-PMUd. ants,O. B. SEAMAN,M, I*. WAGGONER. f 99-5t RAILROAD. and figures of artlflckl eyes .

w to be worn In cases where the eyeballhas :
Dr. Parser, a member of the faculty Ormond Beach :March 28, 1911. given way and all the humors

of Weeleyan University, of Editor Daily News-I am* in receipt bare escaped. They are to be segments -

P tFz Hzi4 z: Boston, Mass., who has been making! of your paper weekly and t read of a hollow sphere, made of

a tour in the islands of Jamaica and gold coated with enamel painted In They x'e
it with a great deal of pleasure and
Cuba stopped over: in this city between natural colors. With the exception of
trains Wednesday on Ms way interest, especially the matters appertaining the gold they are exactly like the eyes

I north to see. T. A. Snider the two to the Florida East Cost I in use at the present time which are
y made of Notes
being friends of many years' stand- railway. The work your board of wholly slass-London

c 4 zI \ 4:zEJ.r '' r,- jfi I ing though they havenot. met for Ii trade is doing in the 'matter Is certainly : and Queries. DATCOLD

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The Ridgewood hotel wta close for years. good. Let them keep It. up. Spsrtaous.Bpartacus S"

the season next Monday *There are two tickets to the *WANTED dle aged white woman -Let the band play en and the drum was a Thracian of noble
Crystal theater for tomorrow night birth. While serving as an offlcer !Dan R.D.
as housekeeper for family of keep on banging.I .
?. Mrs. 1. Hirshberg: of New York at the Daily News office for Miss auxiliary corps of the Roman army
two, Good home for right person. am not a citizen of Ormpnd, as
Emma he deserted
City Is visiting Mr. and Mrs M. S. Abercrombfe. and being apprehended.
.1 r XIng at their home on. Orange M.-Leidersdorf, New Smyrna Fla.2Recent you know I am at least five mies! he was reduced to slavery and made a

avenue. ThLa Is 1r.J. lUrshb rg's Late arrivals at Schmidt's Hotel away from it, but since I have been gladiator Escaping he collected a
L first risk to Daytona and she th'mks arrivals at the City Hotelare here I am compelled to knuckle downto body of slaves and gladiators, 73 B. C,
It is an ideal spot. are Miss Agnes Storck F. A. Storck W 0 Dimmock, New York, J C the Florida East Coast railway, as .and ravaged all southern Italy, defeating IODAMarch
.
Russell Mahn, A. Xidor, Mrs R C several Roman
Finke, Baltimore. W A Wilcox, Albany that is where I get my freight and forces that

"Miss Josephine Havens, a trained Bushnell, R S Dustinell, DeLand, Mr N Y, A W Buck, Kodak' City, receive it, (when the freight does were sent against him. He was de-
; and Mrs J E Bushnell Paul Bush- feated and slain by Crassus 71 B. C.
B T Corey Sanford Fla. Albert reach .
nurse of Saratoga Springs, N.. Y., here and when they feel disposed ..
nell, Minneapolis Geo Moody and Moody' His revolt at one time threatened the
Weaver B
Bunnell J K -
to send shipments from
who has been spending the winter here.)
to this city, left Wednesday for New wife. Pauline LJsco, 31 L Stevens A Dickson, Atlanta, Ga, 0 B Floyd J What has become of the passen- very existence of the republic. ;

. York with Mr.. and Mrs. Henry Lambert Deen and wife, D D Deen and wife, R Davis Orlando, Fla, W C Perry, ger and freight line that was goingto
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s Bunnell; Fla, G C Zaring Jacksonville Davidson
M M Johnson, R C
and Dr.-C. C. Botanoonhaving Jacksonville ply between Daytona and Jacksonville
Capt G Clarke Mrs G Clarke, -
been engaged to attend Mrs.. Lambert Fort Dade Fla. ? Did an airship carry that i; Beautiful To Aprilt .
. on the trip aorth.EL away same as all previous ones? We

.. all feel the want of a deep waterway, Home Sites
.S. Ranjdall son of J. J. Ran- Among the recent arrivals at the or a little competition on the tracks.

.daU, arrived Wednesday night from Bennett are Mr and Mrs W J Bal. Don't Where can I sign that petition Including Ocean Beach,River Clothing

r; (*Fjr ep ort,. Long Island, N. Y., .acTcoiapajiled Ion Davenport Iowa, J B Chapman that Capt. G.M.. Mullen te circulating and] Interior lots, for sal
z by Charles A. Slgmond. a and family, Cleveland, 0, Henry S asking congress for an appropriation cheap half mile below Booth

cue .Dirge-real estate owneof that place. Houston, Holyoke, Mass, bars W R Forget to establish and maintain a bridge Address on P.the o.Peninsula Box 01 or Drive.Mrs. F FurnishW

LPx, They will spend several, days or a Foote, Miss M L Foote. Bea ford, waterway along the East: Coast of B. M. Dobbins, on the prrnilse -
:" 'week here as the guests of .Mr. and Conn, Mr end Mrs L J Cbrbett, Chi Florida? I want to sign It -wrth a .

.' f" *rs'.;Randall_ at their new home on cago, m, Mr and Mrs Charles Sherman big .'D.o' Most Re.specltu1Jy.A ; IT WILL PAY YOU TO IN-
6 South Ridgewood: avenue. St Paul, Minn, L R'Bolton, Bos- when passing by Newcomer, but anxious to get VESTIGATE. 10( perCe .
ton, Mass, Mr and Mrs M Gass.KnorvHle far unless things t ,
away: mend.
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D t:, ,and Mrs. Lester C. MitchellofV'.MInneapolis Tenn, :Mr and Mrs M C YOUNG'Sto ...0lQt .. t,
z mho have Armstrong St Augustine Mrs F- F -TO- f
Minn., ,
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{|: / bees ,exeats.at the. Ivy'Lane.: Inn for Stevens Mrs W Y Vankirk, Janes- stop and .get. a drink at the .....- ..NOee- .tet1H..8''......ieNEStlOVe.O.......ttiiP.Ne DISC()tJI Ir:

"jjf a/week". more past* departed Wednesday yule, WIs, Mr and Mrs Frederick I Soda Fountain. i 50 ?

k'; afternoon oq their return Nearguard, New York City, Mr and Cement Walkso I ,_ ... -

? fiPrih.- stoPpIng .enroute at St. Mrs W E Whltford Providence R .;.
't# Augustine- and; other points. Mrs "I": Miss S H Ross Arnold Mills R: toys a fonusbedre ,esch TEN DAYS -
'- Mitchell ia"the" mother of. F. J. I, Mr and Mrs X3 H Chandler. Mr and S 5.5 0 0. .* t residence 8 r.om -
,assistant r -cashier of the 'Merchaatytank Mrs A R Moore Hartford Conn, D I and bath; noder. i.. | A. VandevordDaytona Beach
; .' Ntver, prove.eats: It 50 lay akevt 230 feet. Ad. f. fOSRI

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