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 31, 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: VID00255
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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f .;'tl Ca r oneofh ;:met ion is la lle, WIDOWS ARE MANY EL PASO; 'Tex., March 31: Ta

:..; >...,him! Aviator *Mc6urdy made MISSION. IS SURPRISED KILLED WINDS FAN FLAMES[ bloodiest : of the Mexteaaolution ,Rae=, -

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., : o *tsy, fterl: ,':'o'cock ::, On 1s! .:last DEMANDINGTHEIR IN ACOUNTIES TORNADO state of Sonera. The ,total! 'met' : T' '

,/tnp!: *eJdrded->: ; >"<' over se breeze, andtvwvf" of killed up to this time .la. TIl9''stet-"

.h. .. ltoD4.. Oft. hla' 'eeccmd. flight, he UNDERSTOOD CONDITIONS HERE FIERCE FIRES AT HOLLY HILL,, to be 1QOO. \
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h .-wars. the.' aceail3 ,flight However; WORSE THAN EXPECTED ANY THIS PLACE THURSDAY AF- town of J3an Rafael taa ,been. e,.. ,

: ;', :'41 'thirdtime: 'became over the Haft! and destroyed. The Federa'aemcamped 'a-. j
'WHERE IN STATE. TERNOON. Urge and Ia.. f l
l crlvcr and. flew over.JBeach street about s
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: the South : and WANT THE MONEY COLLEtTEB.TO TWO DEVASTATED I range battle is being ear*led .
to a point war bridge i
0', : That the members of the Florida* iI Fierce forest fires raged Thursday i. '
.,, \'tIIs ,returned. I while both sides are waUIes'.fer, t&h; .
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state railroad comm'ssion found conditions afternoon at Holly Hill, Kingston and '

:., '..r' .tng'tW ther:.not..conditions Weal this morn)I here which will warrant demands RELIEVE[[ THEIR o 1ST I fSS.I BY STORM [ATE YESTERDAY. south of Port Orange, and another: enforcements.Many women and children are, reported "G}-
were a*, ,as they were I I: for some radical .changes by developed at the colored settlementof
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to be the kiwi
,.: ;' T&e&day, there .beios a light wind I the Florida East Coast Railroad company Midway In this city in the even the among T'cio'Dwit
bombardme'of Ures- .
Mowing from the northeast. HOW.: WIDOWS OF FIREMEN KILLED IN ONE TOwtl WIPED OUT AND -
r I both in the depot and grounds ing all it is alleged having originated I ifllrtt k.
shortly o'cock. : the dred Yaqui Indtore are fighting
ever, fter 10
and in the handling of passengerand from sparks from locomotives on - .
'bhrdman" came downto the automobile I CHICAGO. WANT TO. KNOW SCORES OF BUILDINGS. DEMOL- the Federals -
1 freight, was strongly! evident: to t the Florida East Coast railway.

club and studied the condltlons I persons; dn touch with the situation,, WHAT HAS BECOME OF" $200- ISHED IN STRIP OF TERRITORY At Holly Hill a five or six room Orders ,to Ambassador : _
for a. few minutes and then definite Sf owned Grant Mahxra. who
although no statements to cottage, by '
';gave order tor the uncovering of his this effect were made 'by the members 000 RAISED. .... !. 35 MILES WIDE. Is now in Boston ,Mass., was destroyed WASHINGTON department, today Marchstate telegraph-Tkt ;

motor. The machine was wheeled of the railroad commission.! CHICAGO 31 NaeVen. MOBILE Ala. March 31 Belated by the flames and the C. Roy ,
eared. March Ambassador Wilson at Mexico C1r7
out and the, beach .J.akJn. The three members of,the railroad I :Miller house is said to nave been on I
widows of firemen ,who perched. In reports' from Monroe and Clarke I to investigate aU c s a of Aai :kra.M-
., a slow start, McCupfly"went firacefil'y: :
commission qule\ly into three times, L. M.
slipped Day- fire two or
counties, devastated by a tornado who have been by the Federals
;:- into the' air\ 't h.art@d, north. .A 1 tona. at midnight Wednesday and the !l' O= fire tin tha" Mp, ;&:s late yesterday Indicate a heavy loss t Drake's 'home and other places: wej. and are In captured danger of eutaaaary

'' ".. rJ from*. throag:, watched, of the:mach n3,1:spent" all day Thursday 'Investigating ( .I packing plant In the stock yards/to- of life in the storm. ( also in great danger. execution. The department" ,kls

the Daytona a'-de- the'river conditions here_ and inquiringinto 1 day banded together to force the It is reported that -Ganstown hrs At Kingston the fire: swept in from knowledge of five s:ch case a$. .
anal stores and offices were e erted.1 the methods of the Florida East I the railroad to Rid'gewood' avenue,
committee 'Which has collected been practically wiped out and six
.1" .: 'audden more : intends to keep a vigilant eye oju.!
, Gotog north McCurdy made a : residence! of H. T. Me-
Coast railroad in handling the business : opposite the .
killed and 40 injured at that .
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captives.
; than $200,000 for their benefit;, to
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turn and came staying
at this place. I Clelellan and several times Jumped<<
all the de _
Practically buildings
h 'uea'r the 'ocean. He.made'two circles Although It was known .several' give some of the mosey to them. molished. were across Ridgewood to the block north
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and, then came'downr '- f.days In advance -by the Dairy News,I It has been two months fdnce the The area of destruction extendedfor of Mr. McClellan's hose, endanger

Shortly' after he went up again and President Rowe and Chairman E. F. holocaust and up to this time ,not a 35 miles aroucd Ganstown/: and<< I ing his lumber sheds and the Kingston $$100,000

started over the same course. Then.dates of the transportat'on commit. cent has been paid to the ones who many small: hamlets are ea'd to have' school house r well as the nov-

;; be was seen to turn southward and tee of the -board of trade that the have suffered the loss .of been elty. mill. The peope: of the vicInity

begin a sudden descent.. Usually acircle members of the commission would ners. The women declare bre.adWln.1 destroyed. by means of hard work managed

k made before a landing but arrive here. Wednesday night, the in want. I I I BODY OF WATCHMAN to save all ,the bu dings. IS fOUND-

this time the huge bIrd swooped fact was kept as quiet as possible Mayor Busse and other I-eadtag No buildings .are reported burnedat

steadily down at a terrific pa.ce'and'. and, so far as known, the visa! / was members of the committee which IS. FOUND AT ALBANY. Midway, but south of Port Orang .

a 'landed. "It was discovered toy! '' Me-, entirely unknown by the local of- has collected the money to relieve I ALBANY March 31-Workmen excavating ! where a fierce fire swept thecountry IS RUINS.

Curdy_ coon a ter' going! up that his ficlals of the railroad until after the the sufferings of the !families of men : at the ruins of the 'burned i, two houses are reported to y

motor was getting Warm. because of Investigation was well under way killed are out of the city. capitol today found the half charred I have been destroyed. -

lack of, water to coot'it 1 Thursday. body of the library watchman, Sam. Almost every year at this time,

After he came down he 'procured It is known the commissioners!: JAMES MANN CANDIDATEFOR uel Abotts. which ia usually a dry season, MISER'S HWiE lESTNYEI[ '

water and tuned up a bit and then found the depot facillt'ee here entirely SPEAKER OF HOUSE. there Is usually more jor less ; .

started' again, with' -his mechaniciancllcgtog inadequate, the toilet.! arrangements -- WHEAT OPENS LOWER trouble from fires originating' from

to a. .8UPP lt "on the frail shocking and the general eanl \V WASHINGTON March 31-Former BUT MARKET EASES OFF I locomotive sparks or the burning of HOARDED F01T1E LKATtl.
Speaker Cannon according to present
Eaachlne. This time he circled! over: l nary conditions beTo.w what is required old ties and brush along the &road! :
will nominate CHICAGO March 31 Wheat, with-
plans, Congressmen< i
started
the beach once and then by law.. It is understood : right of way and these:: fires are us-
hotel. James Mann of Illinois as the minority out; support, opened 1.4 to 3-8 lower FARMER FEARED TO TRUSTBANKS
north towards the Clarendon they found some discriminations in I wally augmented 'by the high west
westward : candidate for speaker of the today, but later the market Based off. -
r Then he suddenly swerved the selling of tickets for certain winds that often prevail at this sea
AND KEPT FORTUNE.MADE
house when congress ia called in May was quoted at 86 1-2c. ProviI -
and crossed, the river in a direct trains and ,it believed the special I I son. This year the drouth has
extra session Tuesday The selection slonswere h easier in the face< of
l ho. At a point about over Vo'uaia trip to Ormond was made for the I been t unusually severe, only slightlyrelieved IN LAND DEALS HOARO-
of Mann as the minority leader higher 'hogs. May -perk, $15.37;
side
avenue he reached the Daytona purpose of securing more evidence! by the recent light ;hQWeT8. '
seems assured. July lard, $8.40 May libs, $8.75. ED
and then turned southward. The, along this line. now ; I |iN..*HIS'HOME.f '' \

humming' of the motor coud be It was intimated -by! one memte ..... HUNTINGDON, W, Va March *i

heard plainly as the machine .passed of the commission. that the condl t* I -The home of Wade' Macrum. a m'ser
: down Beach street at an alt! found to -be much AIR RECORD '
over here
Lions were e. farmer, in MIn' c county w;.
tude of 400 feet. When near the worse than was even -dreamed bj / I troyed by fire today: and $100.060 -.
South bridge McCurdr tuned: east of them existed anywhere '
: 'any one In currency, which he had hoarded
ward and flew back to the b.'a: hand' ', in the state of Florida and it Is 'fo
for was ,x d. The maa.
"" years \
: kidded amid the deafening plaiu- believed the letter of comp'a.nt:. sent On IFive 1 IS BROKEN feared to trust banks and kept the

tilts of the enthusiastic crowd. JAt .by t the transportation committee of April money In'the house'. He made vast
3 o'clock this afternoon the board of trade was considereda
the sums in the sales of valuFife timber -

contemplated race between McCurdYand' ., mild statement pf facts after the IN fRANCE. lands.

George Deajardtees ra a90- investigation here had been completed. t : -- -
. of hundred satisfied custo-
t horsepower Welch for a distance .
MAY PERMIT WOMEN TO
Jour miles was echeduted. Promptly,, The result of the investigation! mers in |lour Savings Depart-
VOTE IN BADGER STATE. y
'?, at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning, Me.|; will be awaited with much interest
: will receive interest. AVIATOR GOES 206 MILES
1 V:; Curdy will make hB concluding by the citizens of this city and ment on MAD S Wls.Jklarch_ 31-A conditional

h a,, m its from: the clubhouse, | community to ascertajust: what their accounts which have bill granting suffrage t?

The highestaltitude' this morning changes will be ordered by the com- DO NOT BEAFRAID been on deposit for three FASTER THAN MILE A MINUTE. I women in this state was passed by
"1 & was about 800 feet acid: the distance mission. I the state Senate today by a vote ot P

13 j-covered estimated at ,between 12 During the inves'dgation' : here the months preceeding April 1st. 16 to 4, The blil wlM become a law

sland; 15 miles .. commissioners were accompanied a TRAVELING IN MORANE MONO- providing the re'erendum provision.: !

,J r part of the time by President Rowe Accounts may be started Is favorably endorsed by the people
** .ship- Jf f being charged too much for GROCERIES PLANE AVIATOR PIERRE VEDRINE -
I .S:" WANTED-To Jo'n party ofthe* Board of trade Chairman with $1. and up. We wouldbe at the coming g neral election:
I h1g car'to Indiana. Ad. Box 818.WLOfilZETOYOUR por''at! Ion' committee when you buy here. You
:t j ; Dates of the trans BREAKS AEROPLANE
find just right to. to
j and President E. L. Potter of will our prices are pleased see you num-

:'' the Clarendon Hotel company the insure the right quality. Why not bered among our savings de- SPEED RECORD. CHURCH Drag

#"" L. :_ i latter representing: the hotel men's give us a trial and let us prove our if fNeitltsit"

.lr'( aJrWIInw, organization ,- ability to please you? PARIS. March 31-Trave'ng; atan Btach kr.h
PoFOUR average speed of 91 miles an hour Daytona, norl'
4 .. PER CENT. inter- Aviator
Pierre Vedrfne covered 206
CONRAD GROCERY Mdliru Food f.a tAs
STOCKS OPEN-HEAVY > est compounded quarterlypaid miles In a Morane monoplane today, .

+' ) FEET 1 AND SUGHTLY. .;LOWER., on Savings Accounts. Breaking the world's aeroplane speed, IIENATonicSkinAstriB4.M -

.; fcy let your feet suffer torture when NEW YORK. March- 31-Sks opened record. UENA Almond Skin Food
On the air Vedntne went from
trip
& f tare sure remedy for the removal off heavy and fractionally lower COMPANY B UENA Freckle_Eradicator:
.. _*" .w Podntiere to Issy' near Paris.
erai can be 80 easily had. You owe any today with Steel leading the decline.. UENA Face Powder
;.fff :ap to your feet for not getting it
unchanged
':; 'ii taoetl&r. Ask for a bottle ofHTAL'S Cotton opened steady and I 'PHONE 61.Daytona. UENA Rouge
but later the price EPISCOPAL CHURCH SERVICESFifth
to; two higher, *
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.,f' -1 = eased off. \ Lodge MERCHANTSBANK Sunday in Lent.
', : y Implying it twice every day for three, . No. 1141 St. Mary's. Daytona-Service and Ask to see them-it's a pleasureto
:j,: ;d* you will be free from .foot a&noy- ELKS HOME DESTROYED \ School,
Sunday
,: .. ; B. P. 0. E. sermon. 11 a. m.; show goods.
# AT HOPKINSVLLEKY.| 9:45 a. m.; music by vested choir. w

"A NJ . A. D. McBRIDE Presideat and 3 m. ,
sermon p.
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:.." ; .. AT tlU; FLA.OE .' ,The new Elks (burd'nghere' was* s- Y .Fhlarald: E. R. J. B. CONRAD. Vice.PrtiiJe.t All seats are free and strangers
} : rc Yoluela' ;:Meets!Beach troyed -by fire this morning T h! F. Creach.See. F. N. CONRAD. Cashier welcome. QuilitySuperior 4

,',':i'i Tf I la hont' 69. loss will reach 20000. F. J. NIVER. AssL Cashier are

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a ..-....perol!._:"ar.:;;:".;;.a"l" btltr__, realized-tit,.. ::: :.....':ia'we A ,.- d: beat I! .530 Paiinett AYe. *s from all'over the continent. 3see/witJl.'ai, .:'radJac .:.tttd", r .. ...repa "., ",: ,
: I FLORIDA. 'for the at; DeLaadmilcaTeastof .7''
er.. .a ::yorM-irqn<(Brl4Gjthis : ,,taI1d;Upon t DAYTON And as pavements, pavements : .. '''

"'wi'Ie-peedway'and seette.hapand:':; " I .. ... .; i thai look and act like granite . 'the St-JoIiMJti. : _
:, .ela8.. ...... .. -- .
.pf:souls''. lL.by''rjOYOUS: t.moocI.;::. where else between. the eastern V llSilJliltjA thehigII,-rolling'ISM' : iC'".
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''tbleP not: :erne *of and.e' t m seas are so many miles _+ :i.aar.a_ .VAA. t 'o# A\ answer :wneQaer Jb: . .. .Nral.ral.r. .4 "
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.'11., THOMPSON.'At:,_ the sevenTBOdern_. wonders.,. in proportion to inhabitants? The ( : !.; ?hat. prtd-omtaattng. ,pSed... .:.::.:...:,fit I
ENGLIES. - - W. C. CHOWNING. M. D. | pavement question stands with. the 'oranges and grapelrait; t ... atl
{"';W: "f.i The Placid; "Pellucid HaWax River. I :FlJh7Pre ldent ... '. > -
S street as one of the chief drawing fro ai this beia '
BILLS e.. :tt:;.rfe : General Medicine and Cary D.Landis.5ec crop > Ticisity<< ,
". ' 'A.i .r'I :Whera tbiak/jba. te.. water with. more .Obstetrics cards. Till some unheard of place retaryandTteas._ 3Q ,G80 boxes the 'y& H-*
.i llIlJI. .{ ... .. c. ft. : ...... ...... ,. ":Sr t?
,,. ,;.'/,PRONE fl '1 I pic tares quV'iurnmndin: ?* Nearly a II Office Hours:: J:=to 3:80. 7 to 8 p.m. 6 reports more and better, Daytona Abstracts Furnish* peaches- ,."': Japes. I,:::, .. ,

J"'f'.NH.' mile wide r triaied-wttli tropical vegetation = Over Kodak Plate- Tlwae 39. = throws down the gauntlet to the ed and Titles '" ply'1ecans guaTa,,....; K }

; artteUc:''cottages with roomy: .........................1 :world. Perfected t and other,fruits: are grewa'ia.gjtay>.

Terandaa'lobklng'.OTit upon her bosom Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Fruit (and lDsured ; .la t&e wil'of public iatpMT V BMaife 4

A EP a'ndsI14sr 'gamey. : rood':, fishes In countless 'IQS> .....'......... .....*" ...-....... Whatever one'sshortcomings and t \, : are many miles of fisc..... .....'..

berg beckoning it ,weret to those ; however Indifferent or even callousone Maps Plats and excellent'higb school,' elf is '
acid Cmfttsai a .J8p : 'DR.JE. RAWLINGS : Blueprints 8uppUe4DJCLA.D. .J
f (Yeestrt 1i6ti of BuildP with rod and i"reeljher[ bosom flecked may he to many things, the mere a system waterworks c. tiattiaTotraiitand R M'S I

!$ Kad oea lftc tlotuOSCARSWCHAEL f fMort with duck and: coot ,and snowy-: D Physaciaa awl S.r e0* .. mention r>f "flowers and squirrels, FLE: operated by the;city,':..,, ilg

> At LORIDA.; A winged -scaj birds. which .sit:about, asif OFFICE KODAK PLACE : birds and fruits" will send a thrill the purest water at little cotL, q"
for ,the sport of bobbing thewaves :. OVER reflected '
upon .Phone SI e that is in distended pupils BOND Nixie houses of w nhiptc tu,.;.tdirt -'t
; watch that lubberly old D and pricked ears. ;

,..E, ... -._' <'........ WhIte headed pelican pouch a.a1, .........-................. For every visitor with a spare goober LUMBER DeLand. Baptists is a ,charchgaisg'zemtY Epi5copali vM L *%

mullet d.a fteh hawk struggling there is a bunny ready to come COMPANY
.. u.re.l.l.i.l.r.reI odists (Northern and Soai&skChristians PNe-:
; O fi'KA C'fOR, : upward :with his floundering! load he and: accept your gift. He will sit bolt Manufacturers of .byterians. and '

/ :Ff1Hi. :. :';'Grading' snatched from the water. I D. D. & C. M. ROGERS t>r5felhtJ and knaw into the meat LUMBER besides colored Baptists'andI6st.: ....M'.
.1 -- I the beautiful launches spick LATH .
See ,
furtive
casting saucy: glances at you

.i;5r .:Ka.r.iy.y'A.ryK..Jia<:Ji Specialty.'.- ,.r and span, with hampers and lockers E Civil Engineers r meanwhile SHINGLES discs are graded represented.The school. oars ayears' t.

j 11 HH..M14B.1p bulging with' refreshments, both solid DAYTONA, FLA. Flowers. Usually fresh and bloom- MOULDINGS \:
course, and the building .'hick
moDiiMM and liquid ready for a cruise upon,th e Established t87 rr 'ing the round reminded Agents: v -
are
,...'......-. ""t' .' -. year you Masury'a Paints it occupies is newly farais&Ml
beautiful surface. ,Take out your field eral.r.roU.rarsIS..reaorreen.a of Goldsmith's couplet where Pnrold Roofing
[ ;A DcVOY &CO.
.. Whitehall Cement throughout and is one of the most
'glass and the rivetrom
sweep w.
'"'r C Snarling spring its ea'rliest visit paid ElDorado Plaster, commodious and best equipped p&b-
Ormond bridge -to Ponce Park .r.r.i.rerlrerer.iil.E. And summer's lingering blossomsare Georgia Clay.Brick .
F MILLINERYEi Bond Sand Brick lic schools in the State.
a light. house then say whether the delayed.In .
r ',.' I: L. STEWART : DuLAND, FLA.: The trip from Daytona to DeLand D-
anda
Halifax isn't a thing of beauty I one yard roses of varigated hues
lFe. 8 B ch St., Daytona, Fla. Physician and Surgeon is made' by automobile in ft little
I
.
... . joy forever, and one of the modern Special attention to dl 1111190iI9@gla wand 4'.J.' I-I, Eye Ear. Throat and Nose. Office over an ,hour, and there are many
t a penchant for the poincetta and the FISH
and residence Magnolia avenue", 3rd e LANDIS & pretty chives in the vicinity of the -
., The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge- :: door west of P.O.,telephone 82. premises ere aflame; another is hId.den'
!
' ' "" r A road leads to
r '\ Office hours:9 a.m.to".p.m. Attorneys at Law county site. good
in a jungle of tall cane. Varietyis AOtNQAt.
Florida I wood. Practicing in all DeLeon'pri&gs,five miles, a*.historic
ererotor.rarorr.Ierarerarr.r.rerorerlr.r.for.laore ,
the spice of life and here is where State and Federal j

'T ore Company' Ridgewocd avenue is up n the crest you find it. Special Courts facilities for spot where 60,060 gallons of water I .'

i of a broad ridge, straight as the crow The birds flit in. and with their investigating and bubble from the earth every minate Tka iD.T
titles
perfecting From DeLand automobiles go south
: files and the wide spreading branches joyous notes help to give fullness FLA. '
HOUGHTON : ; 'dIklta
DR. F. H.
: .
CtaiecUoBS at : .
Daytona to Osteen 18 miles, on. shell aad
i of the heavy-trunked live oaks extend and symmetry to the picture.As t"[
for Iraq Distance Points their giant arms across the magnificent marl roads; the SL Johns is crossed by. :.
7-<
: Dentist : for fruits J, choice citrus fruits, SMART SBLY .
i v+eta forming an arch, and 1M r ferry neair Osteen and,tars caa: then -y
Daytona Yields' the palm to none for
ix_ ;_. c. THOMPSON. Mgr. from these extended arms great festoons Office in Peck Block ePaovE Isaac A. StewartEgford continue to Sanford and Orlando by -y
33 West End South
Bridge rN quality and quantity per acre. There DIy ...
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} hard road. There is shell read ,
of Spanish moss sway as the Mary StewartAttorneys a "
IBI811..I.I. from .......................... ere scores of citrus groves in proximity from DeLand to five ... 1'.
trade wind the tropic seas at Law Orange City, .. =
to the city, branches bending ..C Ii.I

', '. .. ", fan them. Looking straight ahead .......................... to the earth with their burdens of and Notaries,Public miles,and,a good road frad'DeLand' I i .

L T.: :McCLELiANMill down this white shell street one has 1 T. E. Fitzgerald E. F.Gates J lucious golden globes, which for DEL.\.ND. FLA. to Lake Helen, a like 'distance '

the impression of a fairy path with
I FITZGERALD & OATES 5 beauty proflicacy and aH desirable
: : fWl3fl draperies, but as move AusieiOiicI.Manufacturers
i Work you BOlID S
-t I Attorneys and Counsellors at Law qualities would truly astonish you. J. A. .
t ... *1ong and cast an eye first to the
-' ,'. Special Facilities for Examining The Fastest Autos ,and The Finest ERICKSONLargest
oi'aa k him'about' anytning right and then to the left you see U and Perfecting Land Titles S

r ,'7atrsstt. ; snide !of wood. Every- distinguished cottage homes in the : Office In Conrad Building. 'Phone 128 : Out. do CO Light Granite, Buff, Red and AliUNAttest .
Stock of B
OB. the >best." most delightful settings.See ..reurer.r.r.ru.r.r.r.rorDR. The seventh:; world wonder, do you Pianos,Organs and Drab Brick -
Large Insures i.IA i.

.WOW An. Prone l23Y the glistening .leaf of the grand ask? Come, whether from Missouri; Sewing Machines. ments Capacity write for Booklet PrompShIp.and Prices. 1'i.

r Y magnolia which nature has varnishedas I .xX! or from Maine, from Kalamazoo o. South of JacVmville I LAKE HELEN FLA. ',d
DELAND, FLA. !
I no artls 's brush ever could; and |; J. P. ESCH | TLmbucto; and you will be "shown." \i

, the cabbage palms with their burdens I 6 Here is where the world's record for L/JCE HELEN -
c: Physician and Surgeon ;:; ,
LtPOAT? of showy! fruit and swaying palms: ; c: speed is broken with every recurring ALLEN'SNext Surrounded by several pretty lakes *?-* M
mtlfSQUf T ORANGf andCowS'
; I Peninsula lIrlvt> fifth house south of
f see the lovely holly with its ezquisits I M. E.Church. Office hours 1:! to 2 p. season. Autos, the biggest, the fast to Postoffice I and guarded by lofty pine trees is .

bury; see the climbing vines'run ; B in.>,,AUH.d to 7 p.in. 'Phone ', DAYTONA &* est and the finest are on daily pa- i Lake -Helen a winter resort of no at Law

ORANGEis' riot in the trees; see the cryp- 0 rade and the big show is as free as DRUGGISTSJEWELERS' little a_
,L pretty little vii lag m M importance. Camp .Cassadaga,
"s PORT OBANGEHOUSE opamoos forms which gain a foothold the pure artesian water from the
'
'Q tn.tediffiVe mn an the great oaks and fiSatelypflBms .........a................ thousands of flowing wells. It is a a spiritualistic camp-ground is situ- I ImJ..CJI rloA.
HmtboIDaytoaaonine S DELAND, FLA. ated near Lake Helen and at this
.; TJytona-New and surely you will join in i Dr. SAMUEL M. LONGS : continuous show with a constantly place several hundred people make

Btajiim! : hard farM jtihe charm and say that this is a shifting scene.Everything '
winter
A lumber
headquarters. large
1 road,"the scenle world wonder for beauty. DENTIST i G. W. Fisher "f.TjI'S
': :z:_tlchway of the East S.. Prod Cam'IWI6. ,ISurpasina II i : goes, from a 2-horse mill and the largest brick plant in n.hF ; '

c;' 'Court. The.town I. Owacr-aacilluater Beauty of Our Cottage [l. One Door North of New Merchants : power up to a 200-hor3e power, and Drug Co. the South are located at Lake Helen.ORANGE DsLANB--=-. .#

7oeited top the Rail- Homes. : Bank. ejl degrees of speed from a canterto I I
Drugs, Stationery, CITY
. l 'islzBtver. an4 Is I .......................... a two-mile-a-mJnute clip. You will Huyler's Candies
. somsect d with'the DIIU1: No one of Daytona attractions, ; probably catch the spirit, when The attraction around
Vh oppesitet Mil ftlU"L | . . . . . ... . . . . you Kodaks, Cigars principal i
brl4l8. perhaps, commands more nearly uni-; : do the roads and the beach are yours. DzLAND FLA. Orange City jls the many handsome Shoes i

Tt* town. 1* well im versal attention and praise than does i; : The Manhattan Cafe I : The Florida sunshine is free, the golden orange groves. The town is

'1&4.d and. ha.rpreU s the artistic cottages. The owners of; balmy ocean breezes are free, the supplied with water said to be the
Lots for Sale. : for ladies and gentlemen.
.
5' -.; homei.JL of these charming villas hail from every'* .' birds: and: squirrels and flowers are A. H. I60DALL purest in the world another attrac-
number
9 lssurids torc and winter: Liberal Terms corner of the country and they bring Regular Dinner 11 to 1:30 Daily. free, the sparkling fountain water is tion to visitors. It is at Orange City
i : Allowed for
-'Mdtatla make Port IMPROVEMENTSBeaajewtnter their own architectural plans and ; Short Orders. Box 'Lunches. tree and you wIE: have to go down The that passengers over the Florida East
Fresh.
*. headOcean or Riveriaeaert build upon them, and, as the architecture I Special Attention Everything Shown to Ladies. dnto your wallet only for coin for Leading Coast Ry. transfer to carriages and 1lL <

r .sue of the FISHING of one section of the country| auto, and bed and board. drive to Deland. The town is surrounded -
: rmml attractions, ConvententtoAuto- differs from the architecture of another I THE MANHTTAN CAFE GROCERI
t'. the excellent mobile Race Course This is no fanciful picture: ; it's all I by land peculiarly adaptedto
eiac
so do homes differ hi : $ 38 South Beach Street < DELAND, FLA. al
Bridge. our lid
and
W SQIAr. 1 here. It Is drawing other thousandsand .1 the cultivation of citrus fruits. Dttl.A t ,
Apply to outward and structural. !: 4 -
appearance
dlitancews .
short
JL. hoMinp! them enthralled it will
,;; WM.'C. HOWES fNNNN
,
., t f Port+ Orange beauty from one another. There are '
Agent charm and hold you. Come and see. .. .....',0(5
N .NNNN....N..N. N NI
1E, .\ha.remalnl of Port Orange, Fla. no monotonous rows of strikingly ..........................
.
tett oW DnnJawton similar fmild'ugs) but the eye, as it : .

-) -LSsitedevery cigar mill a place Port Orange sweep 'by. Is treated to a kaleidoscopic -: :. When You Are Looking for 4J "From the Grove to the Table"INDIAN .i I THE DAILY NEWS |

:.TWIT by hundreds of change which keeps' the mind i Some One to Do JElectrical
GRAPE -
toorlsts. One. time OYSIfR'CO. wondering, "What next?" j RIVER .

mlStbe country west D.DUPONT: It .I* nor only the exterior of many I FRUIT AND ORANGES ..

3 pt Port Orange surrounding Grower and Dealer of &h<)Sd homes which rivets attention I{ Work I Grown on the Halifax. : wbogg .w
the old to three persons
.salll.was a vasWor-. OYSTERS' and ; wi'h,n they are models of convenience Tho, finest quality of fruit for sale *+ GA,yay' some 6.' :

S ;dlgo and sugar cane Pt.Oran CLAMS Daytona and the finishing: and furnthing in single boxes or car lots. Special names were mentioned. ___In,. .

! ; .Zia .tatioa.Them111 give evidence of the eleganceand I | PHONE 14, I IIFORLAWI attention paid to filling orders. Every :
Day .
. -was operated exten cultivation of those who workedit I MUNROE & STEVENS previous daYsPaPer
steely in those early 1 C HOES .
all out. Indeed it is the interior I
: :tor forty or arrangement and artistic furnishingand I I. .
dive
Real Estate Four Tickets to the Crystal
shading, more than the exterior Office Next to the Ridgcwood Hotel. :
7ea.r-1.
1y :
A very interesting' Insurance appearance that gives a surpassing i |. THE ELECTRICIAN, | : Theatre and a Merchandise t

. 'drive from Daytona NOTARY PUBLIC homes. This .
r' Ia by ocean beach charm to Daytona feature , Best Prices Best Work 4 C?: S)$;'i' : Order for 25 cents :-
on some
justly merits prominence as an-! :
'yO< iq 11a6 approach ot Port Orange FU. NORTH BEACH STREET : : GITTENS & MESSING .
" ' other wonder. '
the bridge Port, across Orange the I 44444444.............+++. Successors to E.G.Longe& Co.) : local store. : : : : : : 4 4-

"l>rJ4j9 and then S.G MARTIN Streets and Pavements the Most ; .......................... r Fresh Fish *. .
: ; =r .'

'., ,principal passing through street the of s and Best. I : McDonald's Boat Yard : : 1J(j) Clams .C I .

Tort Orange-to the [General Why the Architect of the Universe j r Established 1903 : *

'ruins of the- eletl chose to give Daytona the most admirable -' v CHAS. M. McDONALD Proprietor = and Rose Bay Oysters watch for them---your -name may !

' tented old sugar Merchandise. the moat picturesque natural = Railways. Boats Built Repaired : Market OB Sooth Beach Street, : .
; :
-mill, toDajtonabytheroad *
returning
Port Orange,FU. setting of all the cities of the South and Housed.- .. Phone S Prompt Delivery be next. :
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mainland. is not revealed, but that: ; such is a, U.... ........ t' d
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...J1i, ,the :Mettsok'Mr.aeM :: [Mot : toek,'1aeQ, at DayFtores'-- .a : ,:e RT ,ORAN0E1'POBT L by '
xto, :"a',!; ti 1 last> Saturday 'March"25;; he ;its j : first,
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..1 . :Ia6 that on 'le.rettaaame.ts. ; -Lowiag' offlcers ft' were elected:' Mayor; :; ::! .. . .. : 4. :1 ......' e(

... A"'' J '1cetnume4Q11' ,; I'OIB' '. H. .F.ITliiooaa'tpsor, tt:-.se.rIca, :H. F. ., . .: ORANGE- .,;"f March. -, -;i3L"W'..- .4- -',ci.. -: .S.Te;.inc., ,it ,daM "

i'f s iI'\; ,- """ .; '11rY6':rsekdercop i I Stewart\and. John .ThqOTpara';!: Clerli nesday. ';"*"evening,.. .-'of. '*:;bst# si)weelc I th."" .1 '*.' net...... ..."yVN."'Z ".4 rMI .... .. _. ."),-
,:: fi$l Ma j : 8 eabreei') and :assessor Harry A. :Horn; mar- dk- -'?of'"Grace_cl1t1r- ht:gave oae'of J the ; ., ? .aMiYaIsaeisl, ; / k'l'.:-'

-'rnrJoiLet ADd:'.lio.x.;. 'tlDi.. : :, :B ack Who': haDdje4ii1iig d shend[;:. ooUect,, .Georgekp.Joaes r _eet: e--'4 oy, able.$u'H. rsbatthas. bees J.'L. ": )Jl ' JI.....
:
.. e ; '"1st of iitm exbirild treasurer< Laurence. ThOm on.. x ; "- ..looiste. Wfoa 4 Jt-.i t- ,
.. j this : : ,
AI. z'.:- ; d; "" ;1Ij o =a :weer home :the 'The frame work, ,'Harry.VX JIo.&jihomeon. ; ..held. '. In :rlilageThursday .. Ikka kit' t 'tM"' w.aressaacs . t s
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.. hetgrr Palmetto avenue Is up. 'Mr.. .atteraooa.thete; was... .a !" .,.. j J" -{. :y
j :i* : Whea >skwith'. his .. .. ...' -' '
'T. , '" ; : ." "" ;
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&e 1* wrn _: ."". .....* : the e&rJt'f: 1C f Detweller bas charge'oif.. the dk. church.tea. Miss. A.R George, ,, Miss is : ,. Jc ; .
:' ",' : .10cI : "' I : --i: s t ti'r' . t.ph. Iiji'....._., dit.a..... .. :-
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.. : Mrs.BK iDr. and, famly, who are ,.
Ke-anedy
; "" uNwrJl ; ; .Smlth I :aad Mtee. Helen: Barigs.: Mfes Dupont andMist; : i
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..'- '.._..-_..;j 1 ,.. '," :>r';;<.<.. ;, fl>(, .Vadevodde.. '- ea i. '"prsttyr1 welf Itnown here cron-e.over: train'rDeLaitd -;.,';; :==-...p :; ;I I's tT .':.:.:'JJf1I.ht _.1 ..... ?
A os- '" vezy .. '" S
'!''d' "'i.:.PI'MIl"' _..: .. '.-'i.!" ecIdJ 4'Rn sary ,or' Mr;, and ,on a v13it'1'l ;;tr!en "Saturi- werehostesses*" '" . .:. ; d } s j' .J1, S-L b. 1i-" . "t.,." .... ,... :- } ,
.bitD Mo --' : :;,t e Mi i. A.. Vandevorde,, which; took: day, -. -' A school meettog was- bell,. Tt. ', fire'c3'au- ; - -.i .-iifa MA ''_rte'atad ..,," _1".r '""<.. _..._ t

'd :fl'nv.i.. ..... .F: 'place' teat: 'Tuesday 'even.log at' their I I Mr. and. Mrs. Vanderhcof, wtohave day evening In :thti. schoottouee to ;, ''kits.F 'anpopulation_ .,aril .... .S: .'t-
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j-. '1.'t. "" I,'X".';'w-oy/-; ', .r..p '11---- \ residence. on Palmetto 'avenue.: Itwaarjtfie spent the winter at the"White decide 'about Adding :another month 1 tiir'a; :1lU'e ; tM: totrA'laaaare.tzDd.;; . ODI :
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!j- fQ.t iD 'heice retmtIoaSorhL t73.e left this week on heir re d _leallibraiy. actleeL"aE, ,t!" 1 ,
oc asion'of Mr: and Mrs. House to the term. The meeting. wrs In favor .l tr ;
:
... V ndevorde's'seventh turn to .New Jersey. aid_ 'upkdt .1V'houSes. f'
anniversary. 'UBdert
: wedding "" < '- _
of 'adding lie month. j .J .r. }.j : '.
'<" ''i. : : 'The rooms were hacdacmey, Ervin Brcoks, who was slang! his .. IO .\. ... .(... ,. ._ "': '
Mrs Roelker and thrfr '
Mr. and -
; t i .' JTB' nMrM: eiiatb' ; ,;'.20(.e decorated,, and a special feature of mother Mrs. Maretta Brooks, on : New' Smyrna There, are any.,a i OirP ett7. ;0, K,
slater in-law, who is staying with
.r ,'Ave'. Dayttma.. ;iPfeoae. 40. :tf the. evening 'beautiful Seabreeze avenue has gore to homes for the'permata at popDaRes; -.
; ... :was a weddingcake
't. - ' '
.....:;.. : : .. I them went to St. Augustine Friday
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; baked numbers and
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Mrs Gainesville. close to 2,608
by ,' C. B., Odum. ** which .
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,:/ ... \IMa+t 'M4jteEoHjr i j >irio hate Other.i re&bmeDts Mrs. Forsyth and daughter, regular and returning Sunday.Mr. THEOCEAN; fine winte3c'ti, idaoea ,.
; were served ardthe some -very"
: 1ottfar:: :tlin1L. '8 ;. .. and Mrs. .Murphy and their
a omer i
'
who .
was winter visitors, and were iood"hotela and bO
:
evening There
deMghtful'y paseeiwlth : arc I14
_ friend, who. has teen spending th* HI USfT.W.SAMS
.. ..steams, ;l returned* :to Bunnoll' .music and,social festivities. Mr.'and with Mrand Mrs. C. H. WITson.. left winter with them, left Sunday for houses'where'you.can:Sad acc m o : ia :
:.;;- ay,' ?where JUr? Dean'.wfd ref Lincoln, *
: --'ehaigtee 'btjiia' iurpeaUne "buswil Mrs. Vande Void received a Tuesday on their return? o their summer home. I dations to meet'onr requirements.:
-. e : number :of Neb. is fine ,
handsome presents. In made busin trip PROPRIETOR Adjoining New Smyrna_ a# a
Dear, onk'nay W. V. Carter a s '
Mr. 8tfl'; < efdbuse vftattons bliss Grace DeCamp, who has been a1
were restricted to reads section of Testable lan : ian'bofcund
: : to New Smyrna Monday.
Inthila'eftr. y/ :'' ,' visiting her aunt and coutin Mrs. I Rates:. > WO,
of 1e !
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The members of the Eastern S ar any .. .
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Miss $3.00
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: .1Mr. and 'Mrs. Hannon. frleaj's of Young and daughter per divided into small fannsNiihic-h:"caabe J
the of the
)0. WST-Betwee.\l, ... .: Palmetto. Ave., lodge here were guests 'Tr'.IT. .
. left ,
'- 10"i' - Senator: Pearce were at their home-on, Ocean avenue Special ,
,' ia the -city on reasonable priCe.I s Some
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.airA':over the!'otjtb bridge 'to ..theladieis' lodge of that, order in Daytona on
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where
Thursday,' ueets at Piaehuret. last week for Pensaccla, 4a4e'
Tuesday evening. WeekExcellent of the finest.celery grown ia,the
T cane meek I'
:; ., J ebony with. I, visit with relatives for several Y.
will
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.\.trim nMg. Leave .at 120, Pal- has a force of men. Thomas Morrison who has been Hunting is raised on this land. AU ottbet ,
o. laying the foundation for C. A. Phil weeks before returning to :her home and Fishing sad, .
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abundance .
:,Ave: and be"auliaMy! ;:reward- ; ... visiting his sister Mrs. T. J. Smith tables grow 1Iy ; ')
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; 'In Miss DeCamp won i -
.': :' ,.. > It , Ups" new home 'to be butt on Peninsula Chicago. : many' returned to hte home tn Frankfort,,j 'NEW' SMYRNA too is home_ of the famous: I diaa:
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friends during 'her stay here, FLORIDA tff$
drive by L. Z. Burdkk accompanied "
: I I Ind., Wednesday by R\yer oranges.. .
:'i ;:"Geri Atwood, a'fu' of pv ,E: ThQ Tofigny club was,:prettily envter'tatnedFrlday musical gifts making her an appreciated : social hds sister, Miss Heator 'Morrl?on'l ,Y fT ,
addition to the peninsula
t ,4f tt l :;WHlUtm .Afrreod-of tiffs .city, evening at Pfnehuret who has been with her alter, : p ENO.NNN.

.artv"JbuTBday.af-teraodn;traui..An- by the.Misses freeman. Miss Mahler set. Smith, all winter. We ,hope to sej; 'l".it' ._ _.
and
of'Chicago Mrs. Chas. Clock,, daughters .
..... t s. ., OI1nttS.A.ff1LDd'. ='. to' TteftteS_ was "guest. of the companion of Chicago who have them again. ., ..................NN..N NINNi- -"
club.
for a time before continuingokl A large number. went to Daytona '
-. <+' *Mr*,, J.- -Parker- and daughter, been at the Astoria, Daytona, for : r\\
,1" 'hds homeJ.t'Ch-: .mBtord.1dae8., to fee McCurdy'fly and spoke In huh'
r M :' ra Vacation, Vtett' :witb 'retattreaMr : Miss Parker have returned from two months, have taken the \V. B. terms of his ability. :( The Joseph 'Df1 Co.
the river front re ,.
Atwcod to Orange City and are finishing! the Reed home on
\ M a con .
.J ; : < won Pihehuret. Gently vacated 'byJudge Seais fam i ,/
"'i r/t.fa eting' electrical. ,edglneeY ,and at The Little Gem of Daytona, 138 ': JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ? f '
J. H Dressner of Number NLne ily. A
,'" qty beea'"ta'SoiHa; America! for -thefly I who located So. Rldgewood Ave., will be sod! at :. '-
Niven, were
'' ? rJl ears''Phased in :the con. I was visiting,* J. D. and Peck Sunday.guest at I Mr. on and Orange Mrs. avenue for the winter a sacrifice to the one that makes the :: Is justly called the largest and, most reliabk- 1i
Plnehurst Saturday
thra' citpower'V'anft and other I 11. It Is In '
: :. best offer before April
among last week's departures house in Florida. Sole,distributors.for .
r 'f* Thomas'A.. Cobb of Lebanon, Ind., are }
: eclfrical w iki. butler'spantry :
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{ ,. complete order; rooms / AL *" J
last week purchased the John Gar-: for the north. :
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;: winds for"a few days and bathroom; good cellar Anheuser-Bush Celeprafed. BSISpecial :f
field. winter home on Orange avenue. The high :: :, ..
;V6n cistern, electric lights, etc; complete, .
account' "
of the aviation meet Dr. Garfield and family! wW: retain the latter part of last week some ,. >' "
'Uie 'annual meeting' of the Paf
:p } 'waa 'adjourned. until"Thursday, north. but bathers are out this week insufficient i fruits, flowers, shrubs and trees; a MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT.Price t
,April., I little park In itself. For price and ::
6 attendance
A full is
t' ; re- :George Jaycock of Garrison, N. Y., force to make up for the few .
.qusated'"aa :many ,Questions portance ,will be d'&cU83ed' and $'Vecal has Just purchaeed of J. H. Halsht a days lost of the exhiaratimg! p st- dall, owner, at his new home, 428 S. : lists will be.cheerfully fnskec d.' nSHEfiWIN

r. officers) 'wJH be elected. I lot on Peninsula drive south of the tinie. Ridgewood ave, next door' to Sea'bring's. 1.N....NIN.N......NNs .........." ...............' ... .

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: : 06KS AUDITED AS REQUIRED AMONG : CONTESTANTS WHO Theseare the Standard LaHB
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t : : .' : :I of the Dally News f' 'of 'March: 28 com Gazette-News'are now turned Great towards Popu'ariy the clos-jl Contest l-1', The- Schantz Eleetiand :. : >!

: m Dtingr on my 'resignation as city ing date of the unusual liberal offer I j I y ,
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i\: I 'miffed'' because the council had jewelers of Beach street. j
'In the issue of the Dally News for J j
I tood. This was
Line I I asked me for a \Friday, March 10th, contained the: J

ost I misleading the public and I wintry announcement of L. H. Rowe & Co.|t! : ..

I and make' my position. as clear as that they would give to the contestant -!. C ..

I can. I in the Gazette-Xews Great Popu-jt

i I Two years ago Iwas authorized i larity contest who secured the mcstj;' : <

- DAYTONA FLORIDA vDaytona votes between Thursday :March 9, ( 4 Magnificent Tr* '
I by the councilto procure a surety
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I and Thursday, April 6, a beautiful:
South Bridge and in order to do ,
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Near. for $5,000 -
: Gazette-News, bond I $;;:,0; diamond ring. j j
Lifted
I I so the surety_ company required that This ling, whkh weigte tfiree-: i "Florida i

- : : 9:30., a.. m. to 12:00 noon. .=I the city certify that my accounts eights and three s.x Y f(1Jrtls: of a', J "Southern's'" Southeaster Limed!. "
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I karat, and is an unusually fine: scone '' AAtlata Special"
: were correct as I succeeded my Jacksonvl -
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MondayWednesdayandFriday I on' :
I for its size and weight has -beea
committee had "Florida Special1
I self. The finance I
APRIL 17TH :. exhibition at the store of L. H. Rowe : / .
LAT DAY would VIASOUTHERN'RAIK
accounts but
not examined my acmooncement I
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& Co. since the :
" :' OR ADDRESS LETTERS TO 18 approve them \\f I would make" affidavit and has been inspected by all o the:' 1 1 I T.4 T. .
that they were correct.: I did ,
number o : :
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contestants .
P. O: BOX NO. 253. DAYTONA. FLA.chSokee :I so and secured the bond Last year:., their friends who have a'l been I SC1IEDULK, .> 'gi '

I II I. it was renewed and bill for fee.rendered loud in their praises of Mr. Rowe' : -_

, .....................II to the council: as usual, but for his generosity and) public-rpirited-' |I FLORIDA SPECIAL.. SOUTHERN'S S8I1II "

,' 'ri payment was refused and the renewal such valuable: : i West ucI,Northwest.: UMTTEiVWtttattn.
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.i h .............i....NNNNNN................ONNN .. was cancelled. ness prize without in offering any strings attached. I K ser Trk..4"1M.'. l" .,-:..

: In my request to the council of Feb.an The race between the contestants: Ar Lv Atlanta Jacksonville7.40..................5.00 a.p.m.m. Lv Jacksonville-....:.... .

r Tomoka River 7. 1911. I suggested the name has been unusually close and an ex-i; Chattanooga............g.3> p.m. Lv Savannah.?-..--itAr "
: expert accountant here La our city citing finish is promised.In I Ar Cincinnati.............8.00 a. m. Lv Columbia__ .

. '. : who would audit my books. I thouht, tomorrow's Issue of the Ga- Ar Louisville ..............8.40 a. m. Ar Washington.._ 8.JIa:..;.
L : FOR at a reasonable price. It does nor, of all contestants Ar Chicago .............._.5.25 p.m. Ar Baltimore_..........I&11 s... .
that it would be a very zette-News the standing Ar Cleveland.................3.15 p.m. Ar Philadelphia.....-_ p.l .
" : .,: DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. : seem to undertaking.me I am sure it both in the race for the dia- Ar Detroit..................4.00 p.me Ar New York..__*_ 2.31 p.It
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' : great mond ring and in the race for the
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t;:, thoroughly checked and
'(.' fastest and only boat stopping at the could be grand prize a $450 Chopin Upright JACKSOKVttLE-ATLAXTA
The LIMITED.
largest; : footings verified in five or six days Grand Piano will appear. The bal' FLORIDA I SPECIAL
abm.1' back of the year West and Northwest .
: upper. : as he need not go lot box for the week ending Thu s-J. Betweea Jacbonilc" Al '.

..... 1906. day March 30th, was closed promptly Lv Jacksonville.......... 8.05 p.m. .- -" t Lunch and Souvenir Stands at the Cabin. : I based my demands for audicing yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock a_d'i: Ar Atlanta ...?............ 5.20 a. m. Lv Jacksonville..S..5I p.1I-;.:.
} First-class on the amended charter.: Sec. 7, tne i Ar 1 ouisville ......_...... 3.55 p m. : Ar Macon._4.3i d- -
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provide'I i supervision of the contest judgesj : Ar Chicago ...............- 7.45k. m.I '
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ordinance: IC
. . . . : Council shall, by I Messrs. H. T. Titus, G. B. Young a:.:.d i'R. j Ar Detroit...............,... 6.30 a. m. : Asheville < : -
for auditing, annually, by. an expert I' we'l known'bus:- noon ;, Jacksonville..... .._.8"&.' '
dy. the H. Lesesne all j Ar Birmingham12.15 ........ .......7 ttO&....
Steamer with :
Louisville accountant not connected I ness men of this city. i i'' Ar Kansas City.........10.25 a. m. Ar Asheville .

:. 1 .. municipal: government, of the accounts -I As this is the last week in wh'ch : Ar Colorado Springs. 8.15 a. m. :I Ar Cincinnati..L.,.. r
of each municipal officer,I '
monies of the city: and|:I contestants may secure voles to- :; All solid vestibule trains modern electrically lighted coachesandeltaak..
S Nashville handling : .ear *nrtc* -
by' > Cars. Dining
ofered 81t
Room plng
wards the diamond ring Pullman Drawing JACKSON' ILKJR *,.
Republicwill shall have the report of such auditing CITY TICKET OFF ENO.1O WEST BAY 8TM
i 1. H. Rowe & Co., every person in j For Pullman Reservations and Complete Information,wmmunka'.1II't\II.
I officer published 'for the infor Daytona should subscribe to the Gazette -j J. J. McGEE C. P. & T. A.. G. R. FETTIT. D. P.A.., #
Railroad
4; : You notice it JatkswrriBt. fIa.
mation of tax payers
.- -News and help tneir favoi.econtestant ;! JaeksoBvffle. Fla. '
MAY, but j Urydicitly says A.. AtlaaU. Ga.
continue on the reads not by the aid of their Tot s. JNO. LrMEEK.. A. G. P.
SHALL.It I 'I
river to
Is mistaken economy on the
BAM Oi
Montgomery! Route. council's part and it certainly is I I Ioi41iN8
FAST TIME BY SPECIAL[
to me as I am ae proneto
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Lv Jacksonville, A.C.L... 8.15 pm Augustine
and if
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;.' $ Lv Lv Birminbam.12.22 Nashville ...............- 7.55 pm pm there .have been mistakes know for .or or CARRYING I MRS". LAMBERT.i ................... ............. T
of I want to
month myself
during the April, against t
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7.40
Ar St. Louis, L. & N am ii.
them before I go out of office, so 1
leaving Daytona -
COVERS DISTANCE BE-
that they can be rectified.A TRAIN THESTEAMER -
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14Yi F Dixie Flyer Route. Tuesdays Thursdays and bondsman would certainly have TWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND I .
if there .
the right to refuse payment
I Lv Jacksonville, A.C.L.8.25 pm'Lv Saturdays.FARE should be a lose if the council had. NEW YORK IN 23 HOURS AND

| Chattanooga ...........11 37 am not had the accounts examined as 22 MINUTES. t SWAN

Ar Chicago ...... ............. 6 47 am S2.0C the law requires. ::1
Fast time was m de by the special
Steamer U. S. A. makes her last Very truly train which carried; Mrs M.I i
PRANK T. PECK. :
South Atlantic; Limited. trip tomorrow.: Henry Lambert to her home In New I

] Haven, Conn., Wednesday. Between '
"Lv Jacksonville, A.C.L.8.15 pm The Llama.
Jacksonville and New York the spe
7 Lv Knoxville I* & N..12.20 pm McCOY BROTHERSSeminole lu Bolivia one of the highest Inhab- cial train over the Atlantic Coast andthe
II remodeled E
.7,' < > Ar Cincinnati..............-, 8 45 pm itated countries on"the globe-La Taz. Line was given right: of way over : will be
the capital, being .OOO feet above the
Rapids........ .. 6.45 am i
Ar Grand ? Is made of that the line and made the run In 23
level much
j I Ar Louisville ......-......... 8.40 pm LimitedSOLID sea graceful -and invaluable use pack animal hours .and 22 minuses, leaving Jacksonville I. house lowered in. :

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TRAIN the llama, which will travel farther at 7:15 p. m.; and arriving
and with even less food than the burro, i in New York at 77 p. m., eastern preparation for next
Electric Lighted Throughout.
Three first-dassElectrie LightedTrains but will not carry more than 150 time At New York the train I
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Berth Light,. Dining Cars |; pounds. The llama in some respects; was met by th second special, business with
) years
< resembles the camel, kneeling in camel
'on each train a la Carte. | which carried )IrsN Lambert New
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fashion to receive its load, and It will N
Haven. Information received here and
not rise It more than 150 pounds are both freight passenger
I IweI'ght by wire is to thmfect that Mrs. y
placed on its back; moreover, the -
1. LMisvilIe & Nashville R. R. V must be evenly distributed overIts I Lambert stood I\jle trip as far as service.
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w back and sides. I New York well.

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rY berth lights. Free Ii ot the
r. lay Cars. Individual Manufacturers of Tile l Last Trip
Assortment of Car,Dining Car.
Nice Reclining Chair I
ar Lv. Jacksonville.. ."..... _.__.8iO p.m.Ar. ROUGH and DRESSED CYPRESS LUMBER |
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T I CROCKERY : J 8.m. Laths Shin Brick. Lure and Cement in Stock
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made
-At Reasonable Price*. : For tickets sleeping addressH. car reservations and railroad : Office and Yards: East Coast Railway and Orange vt'. : I / was arriving Daytona I

C. OANTWELL, 'Phone 83. R. JMALBY., Manager. .

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>'!< k., ..-: _, --J : -v ;-. ltooUv vbRB'rak ,8f UmO: : :

.. : '' : ;iWIU appear. .r# ': a -ahlX't ': beach .;n4:. ouin3r&',, were."

1 -"aeaa0'M. ,, .un_ J'"O, "_.. t>Le, iiret':of. tSnIJatjc; out. of cow'._ ": :

4' thcragft:none'of: :th& cr-Oupaii I :
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HERflX -K." .... ,;'AW''tmpHi,,_ e&tJI'h3.TEI. .. : -. .' 'be.... n.. -,bestewedo.o" f Injured,*. ..riotwittetandias, :the ;
4 y f Z a .. ,' M. er''+bea tse: Oaf' ifs b tone; 1 '
'IT1 erthe'
.:.:.i1:: ''' :! ; "" : $ tea Inr. Mr... ;
; ftnglovetaeslt,:i.rere.fte_ r-' year:.'car'waj throwjput 'by; the" : {
LANGWRTRt It wfH\'be"th *atm'tOf '.the"-01.b1tsbel'. Wtta t ?
Mr eererai-
tt3? >>i;'et :ttt ter;teiprave 9 ;'it ;each 'se&soya a ai3'childrenrimemb r l : I4keo were e : ; :

: i-:tttldleg:# :;:. bo'- ;'a service and ; rs of ,h's: :
; i : .; o news. } whffie. the other: car. Vas filedent : : : !
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perhape be owajier;of:pagee.palrpnage .. pa8deligers. \.'

tie an>ts'w11L we Northernhel:, ;J ifs appf clatlonr'c4. ; tile! ..'. jo'4other. andomobtes. ';iver-e 4
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atid : -'
s good "wishes of the : :
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at .the_ tbne of, the
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f rom some;of ibL North and;>-, hitest* r 'public: :the'" tally 'He'-+wa wfcsn-cs' Its : jiich, happened! jusC"north; 'or: 1 :-i

.fit. tablerwlll ?e, Su PPUc r d. I readers' ; a. rPI Ieasaat'1 !aterim .R etweeaII Orange'-' but severalbter" -gav :,".
iw and the:ttnie'it: will' th= ( '
: ; greet m:.
the dthc c s f fit efstance., Mr. LIken's cap i ...;
e.stcason, coehed. and"servedb; the -, I r -L >>
struck of ,
id' 1 .' { : on one the rear whe :
s;'and 1Mraitressesrob ab thfe was crippled, -bat the car: : i -:
L S ill jLI lU/ult ;. I I '
-74diaa nuuuuiuu* driven home by the 'chaff
r' Propridar S'lieftcr Islan N..Y en r. ,.
: .1 = J
steer.ing'r of the other m :

> .. ,, ,. !. -Vciilf. TO JAKE TilE 'TKIP was put out of business and j "
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...... '.. .... car had to 'be towed in. ., -
': .' r.(: _- ."i, :.. ;: -: ". ". -;:-' :-- '{:;. R-' -:; -
ioue..i..i.r...... AVIATOR TAKE 'THIS MEANS- '(
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: : ;. .. : :. Mr.: ,and Mrs. H. A. Imbush I

-: ;: ; .'H-.J.'E.- :, PRICEGEQg&E! .. ': F''GET''tING AEROPLANE. TO have been visiting' Mrs' I mft- J
'; rente. Mrs and Mrs. J. B, I
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.- ,' ;, y, .: : .:'f vt:1-.TIO'DraA T ,. ; > f ANCIENT CITY FOR FLIGHTS,, their winter home OD South i ;

...,:' .... .i. 1i rk1iOU potor. wood avenue- during the &
:; : .. ;.. -. = : SUNDAY. .. i ..
: -- : . left Friday for the r home' In M ; ,k,

,1st.3S.tjyaj: ..: It was' announced this afternoon kee, Wis.

..; :.. i tie.J' :;bestitaated iofelin: :his section. >:'r' .. that Aviator J. A.. D. MoCurdy wi'l

< -'TwoKdft'.f: tfrontageoaTllfaxRtvert': : ; : fly from this city Jto St, August'cetomorrow ELECTRIC; MILK {

: I ': t 'Pcc4;Xocai i.:OrcHestnLSan:Parlor. : afternoon* providing: 'th' e I :.: Is T i

'-" f .,) 'White,Help in',)> nail Room. Is ,.no *rol'g wind to add to the That f.l the 'Name That Was : '
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1 dangers of the' trip. Given i9 Rubber. ; e

f t'PrtnceGiorg : Plir'lt tbejon\rSanding- :In "Daytoim.. .fort. 8t.Augustine and : 'The aviator will take tb/e means: iL; de' la Condamlne. a --
,prism'Beach boats'Partleulirswtih) : . ."",eeiure: -' : of getting .his aeioplane to the Ancient vant, was traveling in 1743 in

...,. ;i'.. .. City ,Xor his contractcid exhibition .dor with an expedition sent .I : ,

,::1. :1-. Same Management' aa" .'THE* BRISTOL.- ,Asbnry? Park.N.J.. : flights Sunday afternoon because measure a degree of the : ;...
.:.. ..t.Mr.YosMeMSMN.llliiNf.lNH.R.tli' scientific' i purposes. He kept a
: ,.. of the uncertainty of being
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.. ., .II.I'I''I''. able: to make the trip on the East nal and the following entry. ; Is
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'% -' "- . -, July 11:
railroad.
Coast
In the forests of Qutto.4bere
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_....H.. ...... ..... ....................I.t ........ It ,ts not known' Just what time kind 'of resin which Is called .. ,
:; .' : .' = ".' .. = the start for St. Augustine! will be When -fresh; It can be molded
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form. It la to rain. :
aviator wifl.1: take his impervious
made but the
THE: .:N.EW GABLES : tnachinician with him and may start lie further describes how the : .
r .. .. . .. Immediately ,after he! exhibition used it for uu.; a ::;i):'d.ll
I' syringe and 1:1prll.. 1743.

J.:,,;... _._ ,"......-<-o 1,0--"...<<.. .' ..,.....'-.--.. ,." ':.: "",,.,... N' ....... Daytona__Fla. .. noon.flights on The the time beach it tomoirow will' take fore to had returned from bis journey, j '
'.' ',.." :::. :::: i.}. :( :'v :::<;..'. 1t: :;!: ::-: : NEW HOUSE CENTRALLY 7 'sented u sample "rnhuchu"
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=t. ; : ....< .:..:..,; >.;.... ', .r make ,the trip wi .1 depend much Academy of Sciences In Paris. .
,. LOCATED. EVERY MOD. .:
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wind and general amos-
AND upon the French word for rubber-

: :_ fl.COMFORT.. ..* !_ : pheric conditions. I is simply. a corruption of this r

i .: "Steam Heat Tbroo bout i name.w'La. Coudamine treated the i

RfMJCJ1OiiS DfMANDfD as a mere vegetable curiosity. It
: #+ ,S...HuMOSELEY, e Fresnenu\ a'French' engineer,-wli | ( ..
Proprietor : studied and utilized the l :
IN RATE ON COTTON SEED.
The -\l'oUngton.Thousand Island .
with
.: ,Pnrt; N. Y,, during summer of embarked for Guiana a
j 1, mi. the fruit and a sketch of the }('

, /l.z1 Mr. Foster : rowed along the rivers I
; COMPLAINT AGAINST THREE
-.' natives drink and music and ,, I
...IiiaeURN.IfNSNH .!....... ....0.SiI.a had assured himself of their.
RAILROADS IS MADE BY THE
by these and other' gifts
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r. .yl4d .fie lA.v....e..L....IOQt.VSi...R.IfieV................ INTERSTATE COMMERCE COM- patterns and asked tbem to t's, ; : '
;: -- -- .. ihe plant. Ills efforts were finally :
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: MISSION. cessful and he obtained enough
'THE HAMILTON :, ber to make a pair of boots, whl
.. \V WASHINGTON :March 31-A re- presented to M. de, Maurepas, } I
duction of 40 cent in the rate I
per went to court in them. The '
New and First Class :
on cotton seed products demandedby milk." as It was termed thus

the interstate commerce commission -: first entry Into the royal p

V5 .. in omplaint fLed today' London Family Herald.

Steam Heat Electric Lights Electric BeRs I against the-Southern and Baltimore.
& Ohio railroads I A Friendly; Penguin. ::
Elegant Rooms, with or without Baths : I outbid a friend for a 1 .1
which became an Interesting pet. ;
WILL PROBABLY ELECTOGORMAN'IN i ;
friend wanted the bird tor its
NEW YORK.I i On board ship the bird soon got I :

L 'MRS I. M MABBETTE, Proprietor aJPah ALBANY, N. Y., March 31-md'ca- toured to Us surroundings and 1. ::
that the cook was one to
:i I Ii V V tions this! afternoon 'c:nt to the -
good terms with and it :
i tOAV'eI1ue"k. Mr. Foster : election of James Oio.m.n. democratic : I
| DAYTONA. FLORIDA galley, getting macy tidbits. It ; I
4? justice of the s.ate sup.e-=r.e
attendance when V
..!._..... ..R.IIeie8..........suisisissl.elt 6dl.I.sole I court, as United! States senator to boat ways came'in alongside in the the '
t
T-- ,- succeed Dep w. :Murphy rived and followed the steward as be I
.sr..' 'M V dr I
.'. .. .. .. _e............................... from New York tolay .a:d exciting I tied the -days provisions aft.
"'t : I timesUowed.. He presented the to say ft =d
'i SCHMIDTS HOTEL : name of Ogorman. .1 lettuce although its natural i
;
fish'and another curious trait w -

*' Schmidt Florida : It 'Would 'never pick 'up food '
Henry Proprietor Dayiona, Mrs Cora A. Franz, grand matron -.
': Fdeiaedt t&efeank'of Ihe.Halifax River, on* anile .from Atlantic : of the O. E. S. of Florida, who his I'' deck or out 'of water but TO ?
;Ocean:: It baa 6tty ntooms,-single.\eJ1 suite or with feafh. Sleeping rooms ways take .It ravenously fr m
!
been visiting the grand -cre ar3\
cam 1iaie.,airy andmcarly all'have sUnny exposone.. Theauisine.and ser- band. It 'behaved like a -clilld
? .:rice k a4mira'b1e. Kates'$3.00'per-day aodnp. Special xaie9 for families : A. II. Carter and w:feat holy! Hill would make a whining sound i
: Nt aHl ati since Wednesday, returned: to Jackson .I beggmg'to'be'lifted: up and would !

........ott.!ItoL.I...o..trtseos.....1...oIs. ville Friday. tile' own and appear to be .quite i '
Vcx py m-hen (being- 'nul'SE'd.- I i

Mr. and Mrs. AVm. D. Ko'.le: arrived -
.., Quarrels., e. :
..... ........I:............. ...... ................. Thursday j>'.-ght >for a coupleof l'liU.y-1 never knew sucka I i .J
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: ;: '- weeks visit with Mr: Kol'e's par-I Boone -girl as Molly. Dotty-
;;; illE ,MAGNOLIA 113 SLARGE M .AyeD8e. ; rents Mr. i and Mrs John Ko'le. right. naif the time sl e s

rL-- iSUNNY KOQMS.euUea .. other relatives on Seoondi a\ 1ue.I speaking terms with her own
: KolJe a& proprietor >t .the AV Jl ecience.--PhIladelphLi Ledger.
i"lt i adJnut.oa the place. Farn cek at. FATES: S2.CO per : Jr. o : I
I; <- t ; 1 aDd JlpS1Z.00 per week ud lip. known Prospect Ha J of Bwx>k"yn. J '
..'.n. : Fair Suppeshiow.The .
... Mr. Foster MRS. CELESTE HINKS. Pwpricrrcss. Leave She Small Change. 'Lady-And Is your father
,of( ., '-r: .. .
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. j lag ary :Jlttle man? The Little
.: ............... .......I............Ntdtol...v Ifobbs-Doe* .your wife ever ransack I .Ye e-8o. mum. The judge-said
5t year pockets 1r.Jr letters? Dwbbs-Y ,
;M;: ;tor X's and V.-Boston Transcript labor.-(London Telegraph I ,

- r,anat.,_ OS.SOiN.s.s A 0.s.s1s/s1............... ...: I

THE IMPROVED () ;
w QUJSISANA SPA AND

fr'.: .CIjTY HOTEL; f ... GREEN con SPRINGS. FLOX2DA. :[

i DAYTOn FLORIDA 0T Thirty Miles Sorth! of Jacksoov&e. The Oldest tiering:Place ta Florida..
',, : Flail Always pea New Ownership fad Management HOTEL -A pure example of Spanish enissionarchlteetuiv, perfectly adapt to ? .
:;, !< .:. ReaoTated aDd Enlarged Good Service; i climate. Eerymoderncosaentence.BATHS .
; t T>je famous Quisisana warm, pxing. 3fX minute
\ CgalIon" Ii ; delightful :
: ti.. Management'lL C. F. DOHM. : lag in mammoth pool under class. ; ( '

x ....N...................................... GOLF t* Th QnUtsann>( uisisana llnk n*-near er closes.hotel. Rtep Bei at climate Green in Cove Florida Hpnngs,affording on your long way

- ' SAMUEL H. GROSER. Manager.
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,1 Mr. Fetter {



I THE PALMETTO s HOTEL INDIAN RIVER i I | -

. .mown and Popular. DAYTONA, FLORIDA. | ROCKLEDGE.FLORlDA. Hotel Indian River Co..
s 7 Now open with t'yt"tmooern resource mtuated on the famous! Indian :
River.
Overlooking the -Beautiful Halifax o Jlockledg .the home of the choicest oranges. This hotel Is furnsshed and op.: I
ike and Comfortable Housed First Class in all'Respccts. } tweet the need of those who prefer good taste to display. Room with and without t
Rath. Perfect sanitary equipment. Meam heat. AMPLE SUPPLY OF PUReT I
Mr. Foster "" $ W ATERfor bathIng purpost'IJ. Tennis Golf, Boat Ing Hunting. Helect I II
C. O. CHAMBERLIN, Proprietor Descriptiveand
; ee chestra \r:JMotor bus and attendants meet all trains. on request. :

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.' afw ]''rA8>gAAO$ -.... i 'not -be .removed.on' '. ,:: : eight i".. 'let...... .i_:.. _,, _.
4'.I :, te the TTwln ;A4raaadIS;; =L' 'H. Carter.- 'On .and that:each lo pt' bekislucted: ';2.;r"j trail .._. '...-.".. ... :3

1' toOLrsaDragt> ;e :evealsg ?tfi. andsjicVwstr ,Mrs ,cfery morning rat.tsbt. ahe1i+sal e'htea't .M ;iii 1111'tttela he ...
-.1 ",."_... .. .. ', 1 i.ht art or.: *-. '. ..,;.a-I- -/< "* not looseaed her corset. Oser:or; ,............-. .p;:."j :. '- ? -. _
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*iifc wfckfc aur iBlt'll+CaDtio3e1.r.nt ,Camett ci:of]>-OraaoBd*"awrl.ther: ,gu.B' ,pef OaS. 'Trho: engaged In*:the.?iout : '" ec. .
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', ;: ioftfcjr latBaW,+d4t to t.O.wossiy'f'Vrf Joii ae Yrs. HaskeX, from Pa-: I,afterward rrot.of Itj.. Tome :.*..K"' '"
: : aa well aa a-h U W r s ferry *- of .:;.bard .to be? > '
3F etllarmnie:down ark spent, a Very as ,tried ; > J <;tbette i 1I ;IE
i 9- .V'S*.* fe tbe, but 1
to re..trom coBtwf -
; e *ad,Illr,4olut ..ekias+sea1mr 'pleae at*, ,..Biog.- 'writ Mr. and Mrs & f' to( t
ny aA.'tdidse tt+Mr, '"" "' : we x were:rebeked 1/oir'!& jiaffxoarselve5 :.: _.. ., -, -:. ,
'J C, .it. ..,;;aa.. .their. :.gu'fiJts of honor., and ,fools ot J : -T ; '1 '
> itccttsed :ofinaaklaf "
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ULJJlf. !ip1r .. .. .. ; 'w-a.3Iee.th. + [ has principal, ',Od,, .& following 7J: .. -
.. .. !' 'i.J.t .' .- ." J \-- purchasedfrom ,our:' ?& ; : .re ls". .... ; tttra tb. ..eea .
...... .. .. .Y".fA. -:: ," *. Mr vr* B3ornlng tbe.undergoTenjess;with.her;
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ar4" itt sae1MVw --" ; i _; -Harpster_ ',the"Property. formerly__ t B rQt,; 'i1' 1 1 ,'.
;. .. >;.'iC1i.r'r'to j mM came va. u p V; to;'iSperlatendthe ,.Tie Wife werosabject W I en .
...... : ,a mn-.asitthe.. : Atwcod grove. ..,rev .
,. .. ..... 'toiletv and after....sadsfI'Ing herself .
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'.. vecdviB:!t! -J'!"' ;; : 'f. ;. :>:0 J.:: T. ,Mlnton. la. home again__ hzvrittg'aigpc > of''geneMt hyglee& A".b" f
'AID lace la
that each, was drawn. In. '
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discrimffatia '
;the "mo t": < was ftftked.. 'W1IatMyecZo.I\ to 84.to
edothij
inisinecB In P _
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. _'_ of ; -r- 4''' .' STABLE Kr ; the'utmost.,she fastened It In, a knot : :; :; :
.... ,,. < .. .: talks. .Mrs.:.Mioton :has been ca'ledaway order: to. ,keep ryo rf tee UI BOBB advrhtte4"
.. 1M marred paSsing. ends
OOmits.l4withits the
at the, nd "
( } All Orders Given top "Xnwo. tbefa. ',WM the prosit+
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Drtt it: "4,bcactV hard':as i_ dam':and : by: the illness t>f Ber mother* ,'- u' I
,, I t_ : t ;Prompt Attention through a piece of;card placed her reply, **Wh 'i oaghe' jvoa toInn..
;)LONrKMaa saaosfhM a floor,is the greatest ,:attracUoa .I
.' >. .8 Careful Drivers own seal on them so that.any attempt, themr '"H ralD&- O aad: nI ht"
aKhoatfi earth;air and,
. sky
-* ... -.: tf MML- to.kave entered,-into;'a. combiatseai tramiiarwtthBoads. to loosen the corset during the nightmight What 'are..they. to, ;be cteasMWith WRb?4
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; ,. )( ..L..:: 4," ] be. detected ''fn- ,.themorning. ,
Infallibly .
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> ,to enhancc'its every.charm IC Qriiiorid Notes) a toothbrush. "V ry .- __ --
'' i.tr; TM"besdi. is famous"antomobile' E.:A., BRANCH ."-Detroit Free Press. Have 'you a .toothbrushr '"No; sire aehprk
i; t,0i.; .coane'where '
: every' 'World's :Real Estate Aeai. 'Has your father ait'>thbmtbr "Ao1
straightway record has bean made s _
m.- fta4 all these;records it, continues to I [each Ootta ges OR5IOND, March 30.-Dr. Ne'scn WHITE DEER SKINS. air TIa3 jour mothi'r a todtbbrartrNo. : t l
)0':' j a Specialty '
."! t ; .- '_'.._ ." ..; b.M.bithont rivalry Francis who has beenpra.:1Jclng sir. Bat bo\V do yea ksev
.I.rll'L Tfct beach has a width of 300 to this winter in town left last week They Passed About as Banknotes at about the use of toothbnHheaT "We
qS Lt1M: M9 feet and can be used' from" twokottrs for Jacksonville, where 'he will open I One Time In China. sell them, air.**. .
i after until two hours before 'mm- el1 .
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P- 'J;. .j. feigfe tide, thus giving-an of up an: office. In China, the first country in the _
;" average
4 "IS;. ..... _ ftevttk Or eight hours for: antomobil- DAYTONA BEACH W. Burr Is having a well put dawn : world credited with using ,banknotes, Character Handwriting.: .
E t lag tome put,of each .day! Dry Goods, Shoes I on his river front by Henry Hyden.It certain sins were so valuable that I showed a professor of caHgrapfcy t :
1'' 'ie A"+hljeitltf tpettt tlfitAt' W.' .- Seafertexe and,DAytona Beach each Men's Correct takes:a great amcunt of water to they were accepted as cash and passed letter 1 had received. Be took a. very ;oid.a 5 -
,' .IItAl et. fear a permanent population of ap- Wear supply his five from hand to hand In the same way unfavorable new of the handwritten. drive. -
; ...n.. lIMYt'LS < .f IMroxiatat/' 1500. Sanitary ordi- Across from cottages. as banknotes are at the present' day. It was the handwritIng told m
.s,, -.. --".,."....>. --," ,-'-,"",>,.-r--: .I Macta. are'strictly.enforced,- streets The8eas1de Inn W. Jens seems to enjoy ha new The negotiability of these skins arose a man without learnlas. without ..- h
emit stdtwalks'are: well kept and boat. We see hfm out ail kioCs of the'tutlljRMjilietw
thus: ins without feeling. HAnd, "now/sk "
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.r atw.streets. at s.being'opened as .fastaVJthjT weather, .rough or smooth, rain! ; '
I \. VAN0E or The EmperorOn Ti. being In want I said "wflj you look at the Spa. )t$5-- ?
:''; PUJIIIE increasing population, deMads. -, .- ,VQRDOontrcto shine.. of money gave'his treasurer to tinder truer The letter .wrttte by Lord. ;
> .-, PWa Besides hotels and boarding .for. It will Hake some time for the stand that such a state of affairs
:+tet....... ao4. houses there, is Macaulay.-Arnold's Three Cornered t5t'w
t.'i"- Pwac. ample-cottage acco- MASON WORK townspeople to get their! necks back: must not continue. At that time it Essavs. :

.;PhOB M6JaBUTTON modation for all winter visitors in of All Kinds into':shape again after so much rubbernecking ; was customary for, princes and courtIers se i sitrrst xY
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both. towns. Concrete
> Curbing
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to the entering the royal presence to
see aiiahip:
A Sidewalks,
BEACH etc.
: rt oluDA.. All the attractiveness of Seabreeze DAYTONA BEAOHrmZGRALD Tuesday. It was a splendid sight oarcover to their faces with a piece of skin. :........................ o t *
r'r applies to Daytona Beach, the two Taking advantage of this custom the ; : ZTSINaMOisrettRi
,towns being so similarly situated. see it calling up the beach some treasurer ordered a decree to be Issued i R. H. MCDONALD : -_ _
I eight miles, then return and light as krellis.HiaYs
PIKEIIIJItST'Pe"r18Ia' The development of Daytona,Beach forbidding the use of any other skins
gracefully as a seagull the beach. I | MEATS :
;, >hasbeenfully 'phenominal as itssister on for this purpose except those of a cer .
.k -;hdn4 on the north and each year a Everybody was Oil the river to eee tain whIte. deer In the royal parka I'I.'. "
Modern.Daytona Iftnseo.Beach. there is a substantial growth. The it and the daring pilot McCurdy. He I Immediately there was a demand for .; Florida and Western is

HI Rate :Qat-"SZDd'd&U1Ult.aVC: been leveled I made a shortstop at the Hoel Or- pieces: of these skins which, being "a' t J hbrit@1 tM '
Reasonable., aid handsorac homes have been LAWYERS mond and at 4:30 started again for monopoly, were sold 'at a high price, The:Choicest Steaks and' A- yM
_Mr_.Proprietor W. h:. "- built for both winter and all-Year- . Daytona.Mrs. and the royal coffers retlUe
it ; : : r n4 o=: paacf I Daytoaa. Fla. George Merrill gave the colored steady value of the skins thus secured *r Telephone- whit you want and we ..

children a picnic on the beach made them readily pass and acceptable :: will endeavor to aye that you get It. : I pretty>toea&1isha

***'A"AA'A1AAA'A"'la Tuesday. The kids< 4"A"AA"AA" *" " 'the Russian seal fisheries of Alaska :
Jolly time playing games and enjoyIng Lnzeitt a inst.s .

fine'. Job Pri: Promptly executed at 3 other good things provided, by the the currency workmen stamped were formerly on squares paid of In f POULTftYThe oe .+

tang I their kind friend. Wnt"19 LoDdon"Tit-BIts. .
____.e Gazette News Office. a We have just learned that Mrs. enrlfer700 leave rouronlffthe: .

r Bonbright has bought the Dr. Wallace If there were no pride In our heartswe : >chance you har of getting :
Ms.waaa.u .... ... should the choicest. _
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Mud 10;byercoaae us'by anna," she'IL : !- lid'
-:. ;' .t J advertisement 'the>regend :iof"Farms"ln . ,.... ... view t-
: bearing ,
: ; V4.. ,,} "'r trying..to Inveigled tewot'US;Into'ttl -; . .. - ,,:, '.. ' 'i '"' .
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.'. : --#- w 'if.:. onefrozen colony she has left ,It will' Western Canada Freehand, ; ;:' .f'.' ': .;:: .

":""'{..." <'t'c 1 ,.. '' 1 <:1\0 :., tt '(set rork. "The<< :"good/'old 'V.*'s! fA. Is'; headed-1be:T Farmers Son's cjirrat"Opportunjty. , i. ,P lnX ftQ :i\1 t1..i tt t- ss e:' ':; -
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'f:' "f.T ; -fcjHveia : bogti'!for\1JiYe dO'cot reaHfor : ...... 4 .
+d ,it pplar:climate? 1t' ''?; I"r: : ;John( Bull's cold' .storage'; It:says!. "awaits JbertA.you In"Manitoba Farther, SasVkatcbewarf i.' t. '. :. .?- ,.'; '" .;_r;. : ,.

> .;fcw' taxation without representation. his .v.ri. ranch IIi the same train as a r
teaders'ate:mostly tiistaattrOm ;: _;
d8- JwMcl!;>j m hcretllses'the; :dUB;.- out of'date.kings and lordsor:! his su-. the dlng"noUce" already inentloned &
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-to:wit.; Government returns show
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g/a: ,cone equentlJ ? 1
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serious; .. Cam '
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p ig l of T aon.Every'Amercan' : ,
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al Tb6r?:"""tirt-fdebJPs:9: (.ploBeet :i ,' ,'-.. "" # i ,' States( was CO __ '' _. _.. . .._ J'_. "_', .,' .._. . _,
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T... p4r eer''of Canadkno'' dJgnaUon>'at, ',this deliberate publlcltl Government, Agent with the. legend, .. .., . '-' -- .- -' "..... '. -
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t ;thesi ;hive: been 'takeo2 campafgn"camed'farmers\to locate in b'a, Canada.' !tp-: induce: ,This'pnr Js, TJ8e Every Addles:man" :'-that Nit is lured Yon.Into" ,Canadaon .: The HAND ,.= QO.r', : ' :y' fJi \ :;

.e.cotlatri,Ii as'old our own. and' : ; J. ,
.. "'" ', /as an of erroDtefyIt these representations is a, l loss to : .4-a"'t" -;',
Astounding
piece : I ,
are ; ... .,. \
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....;,opeD.-OJ. ; ; ,ea'n "imagine :the', :. : --
has in It tie eieeceottreseonr'II : ,merchants a loss to American' news .10 ,
n;(aiPan-, :tdeatj'ountr1.1; :; ;,hav ';befon-me,.a 'sample of one papers. He'becomes,a Canadian taxpayer -; . .r I t s. .-.'-
a;Iso1'sieefurstiad ct lIbtalw.i but I IL ''""' -
: ; and America Is his' The best modern 'Hotel iaJaytona \
: o ,crops'It,te tooT'fnwtblftenT'rawlibd; : 'of.. ,Uiese page: :.Ii..a reading'noticethatcan1esjnone : : deprived of : :
fraaathe'cepterof' r '. t, the marks' of an productive !.energy.. I ; 4(1 rooms cons PIeM9 ,' '.f
hings., :
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errflfty rears of.Europe' a cycle" i = Extending from : furnished! Will sejl .at a lr :
the.i of sliver
: arding a trophy for BRITAIN BUYS YANKEE GUNS. '
%Hof:* the"') est 'peck (oats' 'to a citizen'of : River to Ocean = : gain or will -lease' 'for fiwij 1
ali Catba'J'I. i " ***[ iM.
Saskatchewan., The ? 1' { ,
trophy was given Battle of Sidney Street toads .English. : years. ;
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'. crop:year by the corn exposition at Columbus,, to Arm Police., : !:
folds J ,of, the American flag tl'O. So tar the item:seems an innocent London's = FOR SALE OR RENT : .,.
: a lifetime jn the frozen and unln1 1 notorious "battle of Sidney to\\
I '.piece, of news. Now note the cloven street," in which a company of Scots t L. Wa'ggoner'Office .
g-wilderness-- and under: the ban-. hoof. The article goes on to say: .
guards detachment
/ a of artillery and THOMPSON
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our fathers fought in two wars to At the same exposition there were exhibits a fire brigade were employed 16 assist People's Stale Bk.BftitlfltlflCIOIMMM>., nlsh from this'continent.. of, wheat and barley, and In all >. eIUISISI
[ Anything can b?< made to look good these competitions the grain shown by is the police to arrest two armed men. ...R.i.I.II.-I.i I : '.
: Canada secured a wonderful amount of causing many of the big, English .- ""-
i paper.. The lure of Canada is. a attention and also a number of awards.A cities to, arm their police. Incidentally -
: ; t{ agent lure. It Is the familiar pleasing feature of these exhibits was the famous affray is going-to benefit -
1 ,estate song 'made'to attract the they were mostly made by farmers who
had time been American America. The town councils of
at one citizensand
Ir and paid for .at so 'much per were now farming in 'Canada.In Leicester. Nottingham and Sheffield ..
,It the frozen north were really have decided to order American automatic
the following extracts from the
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desirable ,as these press agent ar- same item the ,purpose is made'stili pistols for their men. ikSTfldEBonds

r would 1a.e.us.! . believe, there more apparent: ;hese guns are to be 82 caliber and S ;
; not be need for all this alluring The surveyor general of Canada has carry ten shells. It is not Intended, :

t1s1ng put out to catch suckers. Just completed a map showing that :a that the pollr.shall carry them regularly
; ; for the number of American farm- large area of land was surveyed last year r>. !pirt ff their everyday equipment -

TLc wPnpuuare to form an :
( ; : J IariLurv .in fuse of need.


; : i Beginning of the Drama. -, J

; The theater In the only sense thatis :
worth considering was born in
: :/ Athens. Both tragedy and comedy Weoffer] subject to prior sale and

spring from feasts in honor of Bacchus -

; and as the jests and frolics were advance the following Stocks
found to be out of place when intro _

' \ duced into graver scenes a separate
r e province-the true drama-was formed and Bonds, complete descriptionof

; and comedy arose. The father of the "
Greek, comedy was Aristophanes who which will be furnished on ap.
: had lots of fun lampooning the public ,
;
i men of Athens. The creator of Greek plication.
tragedy was Aeschylus: born B. C.

: :. ; 625. In sublimity, Aeschylus has nev-
er been surpassed. lie is to the drama

1 what Phidias and Michelangelo are
t : to art.-New York American.The '*-,


: Irony of Fate. -- "-
I "What is your understanding of the J.

,jit'4' t ( irony of fate?" asked the bashful V

young man.
: -Well," the beautiful girl replied "if
two fellows should fight over me andI 527,000

shouldn't get Into the papers I should
think that was about it" Chicago Daytona, Florida, High S ;hoot

RecordHerald.The. 5s, dated April 1, 1909 due

r' April 1, 1929. Price $1 O .05

.tiE LURE OF THE. ,CANADIAN LAND AGENT. Similarity.The and interest yielding 4 3-4 per
ei'r doctor told little Mary she was
; I Ii anaemic because she was so white. A cent. Interest April 1. ,
i who have"gone into the Dominion. In the northern portion of Saskatchewan few days after she exclaimed:
and Alberta In order to be ready for the
too has been overstated. A few rush of homesteaders [Northern Alberta "Oh, mamma, come here and look at L I' $900
.gone-yes. There are some rest- and Saskatchewan are as far north as this anaemic horse! He's just as whiteas
: souls who are never satisfied and Labrador and not far west of upper Hudson he can be!"-Judge. Florida East Coast Automobile
bay.]
ever on the move. They ore not
) A return Just Issued by the Dominion .. Association first mortgage-
wilder
new ,
unless some
trying ,
j lands branch shows that 48,257 homestead A Bulgarian Superttition.
{ We all know the type. General- entries were made last year 'as comparedwith Among the superstitious natives of bonds, 6s. Price $100 and
they are worse off with each move. 37.061 In 1909. Of these 43.257. 14.704
are like the man mentioned In sa- were made by Americans.A Bulgaria the prophet Elijah Is believed interest, yielding 6 per cent
: large Immigration from the. United to control the elements. During heavy
Dated 1 1904 due
of that July on or -
: writ. "The last estate man States Is expected and the demand for thunderstorms the women fall on their ,
worse than the first. "A sucker literature and Information from the vari before July 1, 1924. InteresfJuly
; faces and pray, "Dear Lord Elijah,
fa ous agencies located at different
born minute even In so government
; every points In the States Is the greatest do not drive so fast with your fiery 1.
n clime as the United States I
It .has ever been_ horses.
; Is. this class of people who follow $2,000Florida
boomer tale or press agent

even though It leads them Into the ........................................................ Publishing Company,
frost. After reaching
: of furthest eternal north these unfortunate :'New'Excursion Steamer J 6s, dated January 2, 1893f due ,

1 have not enough; money to get SOUTHLANDS January, 1913. Price $')00) .

1 and st> perforce must shiver out i the Picturesque Tomoka Cabin i and interest yielding 6 per cent.
Ice and
lives: fr.vlujr to remove the I ,
Interest 1 and January !.
July
& ,," In order that they may raise a :. DAILY EXCURSIONS. An Elplant Boat ?
.lived crop. This side of the for Ele ;ant PeopIe. -
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!Is not told In the press agent + Buffet Service 4 $240 .
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of the" en Board Separate Toilets for Ladies and Gentlemen witH all Modern ConJ 4 \
I know
'The'best thing
veniences. At the Popular Price of ONE DOLLAR FOR THE ROUND TRIP. JJ -
climate Is this: The people Stock of East Florida Telephone

: tnppreciatethesummer: they have DAILY TIME SCHEDULE. J Company at par.
little" of !It. Possibly the season Is *
Leaves Prince George Dock. Daytona, S:50 a. m. : I
enough In some of the Canadian I t. Leaves Central Bridge Daytona. 8 55 a. m. $500 -
to raise wheat hut man Leaves Peninsula Bridge, Seabreeze, 9:00: a. m. f \
wheat alone. Leaves Ormond Bridge Ormond, 9:35:
lire on + a. m. +
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Return to Prince George Pork, Daytcna. 3:30: p. m. 'Peninsula Bridge Stock at'75.
Returned Emigrants Are Many. . .
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vast of our ]'I. Ch F. Bur A Owner s Office Phon 177 H d Seabreeze Fla. .
: | Compared to the mass : as. man, .Kog.phone 177muckIF : $2,500Port

.moving onward to find homes .................e...........1....................... .t
; our own land there are very few I I Tampa 5 per cent semi-annual -
of these
Into Canada and many '
1it's Water Works bonds .
30
They find the actual condl- years. Par.

up there different from the Ca .
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de- $25,000
government's press agent a New Book,
The country they discover
; I Pensacola Improvement bond;!, 30
be bleak and unlndting-thlnJy; set it's a Souvenir Novelty
: winter than anybody years, 4 1-2 per cent. Par. --".
with more 1 i
possibly use !In his business. The I it's something in Stationery and EngravingCALL

coast climate is milder It is I $50,000

that farther Inland but if it
than '
; ON OR WRITE Ucita Investment Co., 6 cent.
Pacific coast climate that is desired per
: still have millions of acres open bonds, 12 years to run. $96.


! entry Oregon.in California Farther Inland Washington in the :.:, The H. & W. B. DREW CO. ....

northwest lie the Rocky |

:; tablelands, but we have vast i j 7y. -

I in our own Rocky mountain ;
: scattered through Idaho : 45-49 W. Bay St., JacksonvilleAND

the other mountain states. There I i 7/
mentioned
scarcely an advantage I
the Canadian press agent, although:! YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND .
In his most glowing style, that ,j
advantage cannut be found SATISFACTORILY.We .
superior CONRADOATESREALTY TITLE
a
; the more temperate clime of a cor-.
land ,
section: of our own .
large as the ,
Canada is nearly.as

.(' Yet States It contnlns and has only been about settled to as.- I are Headquarters .for Alligator Goods and Souvenirs AND INSURANCE COi!! ,

,000 people! as compared with our ; in China and Orangewood, New and
Dominion Js such a i .
the
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EVERY. ...... ... HOUR *There are two tickets to the i
: 9rystal theater 'for .tom row night at

t : ,. 'the Dally News office for Mra.

I Edith Holt. ?
and Mri-FrB. Wright of DeLandf .:8

; fi;; :" visiting relatives in this city. *.*i SirsB., R. WEspn, w.ho hre been Caaaot be 1
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; J. W:* Livingston has his ;
resigned on Mouth RkLgewoooX, avenue for a lifetlese.IfFof
r for I position" : as draw tinder and tollman'; few days, returned to her home at anytit1M;

iPt of the1'. 'South'bridge.... Titusville Friday afternoon; eyes bdag Mm &
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: n I Capt."W;' W. Smith, and wi."e, woo j' DIr and Mrs. Seward, Meyer, who trouble. If elaiiMl

I on Iravebeen spending the winter in, harebeen the j Gaibles.
; season gucs'iatt -
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"I this-.clty'aA. usual, departed: Thursday: ; weary yip s- -
: left today on thjrfr; rettttQ-.to
i I Ion their' return.t. }." to... Oyster Bay, N. Y.' Fort Plain, N. Y., stopping '.at-T. Dr. NtfilLook
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I. eral points enroute.
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:;; : i-, ;' ":: ,.Sarah i Beach, who have been at DayI -;r The next regular monthly ice{
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? + 'Arr I av-,jtona I Be"ach as usual during thepointer I ing "of Abigail Bartholomew ChapterD. tsrt liliia
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A $ I' in j their returItto Catakil1. N. Y. :I i April 6, at 2:3(1( p. m., at the -home

r $ of Mrs. Chas. E. Gardiner North '
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'..fo Mrs E. L. Earp and children,'I
"" 17 I ; .II Beach street.
'J.. -- '..,.:? . << Ruth and James, who have been I 'GREEN :

r ...,. : visiting Mrs. Earp's sister, Mrs. E. The little son of Mr. and 1fr.). ,
] L. .O'Neill, at her winter home on
p-- '--.j i- ? - f Hiram Paul died Friday morning and

_ Volusia avenue, departed Thursdayon was -burled today at Fdnewoccem-

Interest Is iiiie :.", their return to )Madison N. J. !. etery. Rev. A. J. \\Tder" rector -of,
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... St. M ry's Episcopal church conducting We are
. .. ; Capt. W. B. Rodgeis and wise,I the service. line of Greea

:: Those having savings : who have been guests for a time at!,
the Despland hotel left Thursday' eluding:
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,. r- three. months will. please,. p J for'their home at Pittsburg Pa. Capt.I' Rodger Sherman Mitchellstud!
little son Rodger Sherman M1tb:ll.
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and have, interest added on. '
# and Mrs. Rodgers previous to, com- Gol&iWaGreea
Jr., who have been visiting' Mr.Mitchell's .
p 1r i ing to Daytona had been making a. .'1
I .parents Dr. and Mrs.
w tour of Cuba and Panama. I I >
I.
...
.
I Henry Mitchell at their Daytona
[PEOPLE'S. -- I: Beach home, left Thursday afternoonon
"'
Alex Goldberg, a member of the t '

a:. : DAYTONA. I the Newberg, N. Y., contingent anda II''I I their return to Philadelphia.. c ',

on guest at the Ivy Lane Inn, departed -,I ,. :
ca'--
Automobile wanted In exchangefor
f. ::Presldynt,8. P. LI!:LN'D. Thursday on his return north. Mr, I

e I.w. Vloo-Pre81d nts.G,. B. SEAMAN Goldberg, who is a prominent business I plot on First Ave., -near ;Bei4fI "
\
IL: .I St. Send particulars.! Box 103. T. '
man of Newberg, has been in .. '-
103 & w
4 I ., the city for about sic weeks. I.

I Guy S. Brown who hbe n in FePis!: : bT (
= The Glenwood, Seabreeze, Fla. w
K the city for.a time, -left Thursday on
_ <* I will sell the Glenwood, an 18roomhouse
I his return to'Central Lake MIch., Alwar$
W furnished, including a 4-rpom They are
accompanied by his mother and slater -
AND : and house for $7,000. Mra. S. E. Russell
Mrs. Geo. F. Brown and Mis
!
has leased my house for the past ----- -
,Jessie L. Brown, who ,,'.'11 'mak?
x. I winter and she will show it to a !
1 u42Z \ al their home at Atlanta Ga., where t
ti, One wishing to purchase. E. F. Brit- DAYTOKACOLDSTORA
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' i- 4 ton. they have been spending the summers
The steamer U. S. A. arri\ed from 1 for several years past. <
.
Palm ,Beach Thursday: afternoon f H Miss Margaret Shields and Mies ,,
a with a large passes.ger list and wildepartSaturday Josephine Wilbert who has Mrs. L. P. Wood and Mr. and t
j been R. D.Thank. JO _
.. mo'-nbg on the Ia"t spending the winter with Miss Miss Caroline Bedell, friends of Mm.
trip,.south for this .
b. season.WANTED Shields and her parents Mr. and E. L. O'Neill, from Rldgewood. X.

,, .. I Of., : Mrs. J. W. Shields, at their winter'home J., stopped over in this city Thursday -

-. -Middle! aged white wo- on Volusia afternoon on their way north:
and t. avenue, departed I
zn tn Y 'as housekeeper for family oftwo. : \' end Thursday for Pittsburg. Pa. from Palm Beach. Mrs. Wood Is Ti

. Good home for right person. tel, : the guest of Mrs. O'Neill at her

; M.'" ...Leideredorf, New Smyrna Fla.2. and ? John Vande Vord and daughter, home on Volusia avenue. The party
'
., stopped off here to see Daytona at
E Vise Nellie, who have been spend
.N, A. Bloch member of the Florida -: the urgent solicitation. of Mrs. O:
ing the season here with Mr. Vande .
"taflroad comm i.an, is a broths I Neill. *.
Vord's sons, Geo. J., of this city,
erly-Jaw of Mrs E. Di'lingham and I I y
; and A. Vande Yard of Daytona:
Mrs... B. P. Smith 'of thf3 city and the BJil-1 .
Beach, departed Th uroS-d afternoon
visited with them Thursday after C
: ring THE FOSTERwish
on their return to Toronto, Canada. rB tifut..1.Home
the''completlon here. of the 'commiaskm'swork in /1 I I eau

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.4 .*Life preservers, inspected solid Sites! I ,

.? 'Sorority' .CbocOates. with Gibson cork, $ .90; Shebler Carburettors, 1 !

heads./60c at T. F. urts'! & Son.995t" J. [ inch, $8.75; Side lights, fresnal glass; Including Ocean Beach,River to thank their ,
I and Interior lots, for sale
v- |
: ing pr. $3.50; Acme dry batteries, each,
cheap, half mile below South for the patronage
'i i ,; ': -t-- who $ .20; Jump spark colls, guaranteed, bridge on the Peninsula Drive. patrons !

; *.Late arrivals, at Schmidt's Hotel for $3.80; Make and break coils, water- Address P.O.Box t3R. or Mrs th em-
are E WULempert. Toledo, .O J A proof, $1.65. If it's for a motor boat H. M.. Dobbins, on the premises. given

Head, w psboro.-Kr. Judge J Lee 'Mr. we hate it at a price that means money concluded

:McCrory, Russell Nabm, Jack Miller I in your pocket. Send for catalogue ! IT WILL PAY YOU TO IN- I They have 1
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J )dacDiarind. DeLard J F Homer I! Y THE KITTEL BROTHERS VESTIGATE. : to extend the

Orbrado, G C Robir&on, Sanfofd-: C Jacksonville. 97-6t ....ee.e......... ........

J'Johnson, Atlanta. \} -- ...-" ----- -- . time of their

4 of- the tlH lON.OONOONO.N....... ....NOe'sON09t; .ON.00H .
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Among the recent arrivals at the I *r

.. Bennettare Mr and fr.s.G C Abraham -, 0j
,X Dainascas, Ga. Mr* and' Mrs J, left : I Cement Walks I I IVan Special Sale

; B Alton, Atlanta,''fcla, H C Trgg: Mr. I IfisJ I

Glasgow, Ky Mr:.eDd rs'JohnYil- s Week Loner

S F son, Stuart WCson, Sanford Fla, : ;_. i. A:, ; !.qia..; yo Bcack'J
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: Mrs K Overipgton: Indiana Inn ; ; ., ,.. April BtL
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