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DAYIOXAo FLORIDA. fliUxg"Y. MARCH 110 M9,
4L gu D
ATS OFF _
Fltrida's Big Daily Is Advertis-
Ing Beach Carnival In
JSSJ CAIVAL ASSIIR.
Eitling is by ex- Florida's greatest paper, The Times.
mymme. Ky, Union. is giving Daytona and her speed
Florida cities. carnival great advertising, and it will be
the cty editor of, of immense value to thu city and see-
t A editorial tion,. and the Daily New hopes the big
pper md Mr. daily up at the metropolis may share in
ied tOe paper the glory and the profits.
M Rqep can Yerterday's Time-Union contained
iam he was in two striking cuts, thz firt showing two
high-pouer race in action ona Daytoaa
foW a cbas Bech. 'udr thlie cut these words:
I game for. Drivr- giving tihtir can a try-out on
Kpected Daytotna Be*ih. the fasWWt straight-
i i alot away t1o.rvf in the world"
bllida. It Se. s Thr i, n d cut showed an eroplane
iM into the ready t Ui e witug and in hig letter
i *Ml aut live- thesr w. rds: "First wroplahe race in
a r to have Ameria will be held at Daytona
Bsea ma- Beach.'
Pictures so strikiag as thee with the
0 0 ever write-ups accompanying, given
S make it a the Times-Union's great circulation, is
with the ound to attract wide attention and in-
l bm their boo te- rest.
i ImM Daytona appreciates such advertising
Side lawns and should give the "great and good"
*alm T_-U. tangible expression of such ap-
mmI w th sueeafll Let Daytona's interest be Jackson.
ph ceef. ult iville's interest, and Jackonville's inter-
49 gpms est Florida's interest. There is glory
Or pm a ph" before
I' ISSW* plaebeoe and prosperity for all if it is gone alter
I 1 f !1 irigbt; it will extend from St. Augustine
4Ml mm-bl tto St. Petersburg, and from Tallahassee
W, probably to Miami
Iwl* ; bu-t it's Every Florida town can't build sky-
Im fringed with scrapers as Jacksonville is now doing;
&i'"tic cotae they all can't catch the fish New Smyrna
d overlooking r- is catching; they can't pull off fairs as
- di ion, a veit- Tampa does or play golf in Palm
Vetion, a t-i Beach's class or hold a light to Day
the Halifax it tona's speed contests but they can
ad a Joy to every fel- watch Daytona's smoke and make a
6I Beach street and noise that sounds like prosperity.
6 Tkm I thought Sea
side of Daytona.
i is on the west
UM the Halifax flow-
9 osaed by several
it gewood avenue is
|- glory. It runs
4 e city north and
*9d a broad ridge is
fa as st right as
Ltber i"ide the wide-
S*cra this mag-
a perfect arch,
) ifteig arms great
M" sways as the
OiMyeil ams fan them.
kl hd down this hell
*0 b sum on of a fairy
lO perOm. but as you
R e om sether si a
at b- in most de-
Manager Burgmran, of Wilmans opera
house, reports sale of seats for Calve,
the peerless singer, as going off like hot
cakes. He ha.s patrons looked from De-
LAnd, Orlando, Sanforc New Smyrna.
t'ort Orange and ()rmoid In response
to Manager Price's call lie went to Hotel
Ormond today, taking a plat or dia- S
...... if ,ht oo eanrd sold a large block i
13 Cm"afi WS
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S.If.OVE E H B .UCT LA.RKEVLL2 H.
ARCTrATER S a pot j|g OPTOMETRIST
CORACTOR. .oePaper Ha oing
sa"s--osias" U Decum tlng.
___ 221 MAGNOIA ENUE .. .. Tst.d-p. pt
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~ EyeS Test.d~Frajn.s Fltt.dg~
Right Goods at
Right Pricejs, u-.- lll
t Usa s Tow i.o. II Salt Water Pint.'
S. ROWE & CO. GR.hIh C
I__ -M 1
"THE GREAT SILENCER."
(With apologies to Maxim.)
All Contestants Receiving Heavy
Votes And The Winner Still
ONLY TWENTY DAYS MORE
The count on Wednesday evening in
the Bush & Safford Piano Contest
showed a remarkable vote. In Daytona
three candidates had votes considerably
over a hundred thousand, while another,
the Eastern Star, had a vote of 70,460.
Outside of Daytona the three leaders
had good votes, the Wilmans opera
house lengthening its Irad, and the
Kingston school paisiing thie Seabreeze
-vacauley in New York World
A.K. BRI ROKAW.
Yesterday afternoon about one Commencing Monday, the Lyce1un
o'clock al A. K Brokaw and C. A. Comedy Company begin a wcck's en
Gontz were transferring an iron frame gagemnent in their big waterproof ten
cot from the warehouse to a wagon in on the Beach street parkage ju-t north
the rear of the Bingham & Maley furni- 'of the city ball. They carry t\wcntv
ture store, Mr. Brokaw met with a pain- people iu a repertoire( of twhe ltt(:t play-
ful accident which put himin out business The company will play under the :;ui-
the balance of the day, although he r- prices of tht City of Daytoina.
turned to his post of duty this morning.
The horse had been re'ieved of his
bridle and given his noon feed, being "
tied with a rope about his neck, and l
was still attached to thle wagon. Mr. .
Brokaw stood in the wagon to receive
the cot passed to him from the stairway
of the warehouse. The horse evidently
startled by the object suspended over-
head made a sudden jump, throwing
Mr. Brokaw to the ground and the cot, I
upon which Mr. Goritz was unable to .': -
retain his grasp, fell upon him, bruising "-",
him in several places. His. back was I
ilso wrenched by the fall. lie was
carried into the store and after resting '
for a time was taken to his home on .
Fairview avenue by Col. Hirighiami. -
He is back at the store again this .. .
morning, feeling s.oniiewhat s-tiff and f_
ore from his shake-up, but very thank- ;
'ul there were no more serious result., N
Is Honored By Appointment.
H. Dale Miller, of Miami, a son of 11.
S. Miller of this city, has recently been i -t Ylead (J M,.ndi.v i\ :1 i
LDp pointed as general agent for tlhe State foiur-a't Siutlirn mm i,. ,,A i ,
gramil I lll i u-- '-' 6 -- -- .- -_r .
of seats, and The Ormond will be down of Florida to represent the Florida Fruit i ''ramnp admi thi. 1I. -. .
seve al autos strong. Lands Company, one of the riche.-t in dancing% ;ill lhe sp.i:ci;t: -
Mine. Calve sings at Palm Beach to- the State. Mr Miller, who is lebrk of;
night, and Manager Bergman expects I the Criminal Court of record d for Datle
the world-rowned vocalit to reach Day- County, was -elected fion, amniong a
tona tomorrow aa she ispartial to these number of ableI ieni under eow-idtra- r-
* cities, and will makeSber sta
rawr space too full of long ALS po-sible
atrie Northward Many seats have l.I n enR
S lek up Ridgewood it looks now as if b toVi.i
UM5torange groves may be going at a hpreri im.
i fil, you conr to Mme. Calve goes front here
L gustine, %here she i: LI lIed
U te. Monday night.
Fy here as
to St Au-
tion by the company.
to uppear Mis.s Martha llafr rkmri. ('Osu-ilof Mrs.
Kline, left on Wednesday f,,r her hne,-.e
in Champagne, Ill. Mr Kline :rcoii-
parnied her as. far as Jacko or illt-.
I We numbered amnigst our i-itors
in1g 'last week Mr. anu Mrs .Nennm lr anid
Mrs. Cornell. Mrs. Gratham "li(mipsoin,
Mrs. and Miss Milligan..Mrs. ;crt.huic'r
and her neice Mi-s ( imin. fri, inL,,lImn
A pious mother of a Daytona boy has
been taking especial pains to bave her
.son remnemniber the minister's Suu4nday
41- 6-- o-.1" J i- ^ -
An Attractive UList of Pa res Huln
Up For Professionals and
The professional and amateur bicycle
riders have been recognized by the Au-
tomobile Tournament mnaDgmnet of
the Daytona Beach Races, March 23-26,
when $1 000 in cash and alsoother prise.
will be given to amateur and profts.
The entries for the races compribe the
lending professionals, who will Jouney
to Daytona beach from all over the
In Daytona the Halifax Lilles made a These races are nearly all straight-
gain on the Daytona Hligh School of away ones, and some of them will be be-
over 45,000, while at the same time the hind fast automobile and motorcycle
Elks gained about 40,000 on the East- pace. B. F. Kelsey, Chairman of the
ern Star. Even at that the Star had a Board of Control of the National Cyeling
larger vote than that order has had for Association, will be in charge of the
some weeks. Miss McCann passed Miss races. Entries can be made up to March
Mary Gille. The vote throughout was 15th with W J. Morgan, Managur, Thor-.
large. oughfare Building, Broadway and 57th
After tomorrow no more nominations streets, New York City.
will be allowed, and only those already The list of prizes and events areas
entered will go to thie finish. Th, finish follows:
is nearly in sight, too. One mile handicap-lst prise, $50:
In order to avoid any po.s.-ible random 2d prize, $30; 3d prize, $20; 4th prize,
criticism or di.-spute, it is probable that .i10.
during the last five cias or v%,ek of the Hlalf-mile handicap--lit prize, $50;
contest a "rooter" for eah of the four 2d prize, $30; 3d prize, $20; 4th prize,
leaders will be chosen to count th-e final $10.
votes, which will probablly really d(c ide Quarter-mile dsh- lat nrize S4- 2d
morning texts, very ouuaay the contest prize, $30; 3d prize, $20; 4th prie ---, $10.
turning home he ask Willie if hes Remember that you (et on vt for H lf-mile dash--lst prize, $40; 2d
repeat the text. Usually Willie does. I
cLastSunday the mother was siuffli every cent paid to aty ,f tI tfirnis r- prize, A30; 3d prize. $20; 4th prize, $10.
s4 a e rw'sslMtedin th contest, awl v,,u get 500 One mile, open-Ist prize, 550; 2d
rroin a cold and Willie went alone to votes for every Sl .50 pid on subserip- prize, $30; 3rd prize, $20.
church. On his return Willie was soon tion to the Gazette-News. Tlite contest Two nille open race, with turnm-Ilst
a,.k.d to repeat the text. Willie looked closes April 1, and it bm.hooves yo,,u to 1 0 riz., $100; 2nd prize, 50; 3rd prize,
:it the ceiling a minute, then at his get all the votes you pos:.ibly can-a 20. 4th prize, $10.
grandma's picture on the wall, dug his few votes at the la-t minute imay mean rl p
t.,e ilnt) tlhe carpet, grew a little red in much to y vour favorite contestant. Faste1.t mile behind automobile pace,
thefaceI)ut only for a minute. Willie -I00.
le face, but onOlyfra,,Watet mile behind motorcycle pace,
took on a triumlnphant expression and S 1 (0.
s.nilinglv said : "Ohil yes; I know what An ir vents, with and without
it was: 'Don't le afraid for you'll get A iR.LAN e,tob e tarranged.t wtl and without
tile quilt 11is inmother was horrified. l),', tf Ihe .rranged.
''rim t is iti)(ossible; no such language A A R R IV 1D w g l ,iv a b n m d ls
:t ti~tW illite iJ.illtmf," rele that ~ IA R IV il ile, f,,r gduld. silver and bronzened..
,- that. is .i the Bible," replied his
nitother. Willie ili-i,-td that tllat was-- HAS ARRIVED
the i)reacher's text. .9t 1. Progressive Bridge.
After dinner the minister called and
Mrs. Jones asked what his text was. A iitimilith !r\ii nm in;wtiiie :irlive(l I AMr.. Hilliard entertained at cards
I hi.', is the wayv tile minister said it: thii afternomcti by e\p" l,,r the, tur- \\,,ln, sdy afternoon at her home on S.
I'(,air not for I1 shall be your corn- Il.ient io I1a t la Ih.;e,.t I:< .g-w" olI avenue, tlie game being pro-
,, ..... :-r,.-:i- r bridge. Notwithstanding the
ili rer ien ibere it D. 't e r(1 ill,.. (li-ti e't l s.-t iier uitpril)itious state of the weather nuu -
\\lil ts' r nvrin in be r te,J it' R icil t 1W e 1 'tIw i
way with iejlelili|l'i's at l;ii .ail. two hmoirs o(,r nore very enjoyably at
Slali, is in I;)avt'i;t T iliv pI.tyv, follhrwing which refreshments were
srvel. There e are four tables of play-
I I\IN A.s I am compelled to build y niv, I er ae, Mr< Newell winning first
new hotel elsewhere, I offer my pri/n n ( M-.a I'wari Marrennes the
POSTPONEn i property located in Seahreeze, s'"n"lri/,.
Fla., at bargain prices. See Con --...
P Ot;lP N *rad Real Estate Agency. E. I.. I .-i IK';istman Kodak. Finder
iPotter. ,-Etf. lease return 221 1 )range ave. 8-
It I i -
I', -:--, tf tlie small atteii lance 'ow-
.':, tim r:iii ait ih' meeting called by tihe
'i ii lDepartrmernt of the Palmetto Club
\'.i' ila" ,iftmri,)ooni for the purpose of
:i-t::ii/ iiH a ( ivic league, action wa.s
p.,-'! .i. util next Tl'hurisday, Marlch
I, ".f' l ?I l,,tli.-r ime-eting wiil bie held I
;*t! I l':t! ( lilt)I lloi ( on O)ratwe
Ilr. ( 'u, I liian went to JacksonviyiIle last
1Ir. .;lifres o(f Illinois. has ought the,
i.t c',rn-r if Orange street on Dunlaw-
I As It Stood We
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F t W New
6OL- IcH a sr TUT.
SEAFRLEFIZE Ma-cti 11 -TP- ,T
pcrtulitl tr. thear Ca.%a'- at W, p.ass --p
ema house Friday r) ig. t i. g-ro-ny int --
esting the mLsic Icxe', and Li.'- U.- .
gnerallv and ti-v ts are r* j rac- v
Mr. and Mrs. M. E w.l.. w,- a-.-
rvt & 'i wiEh VM- H-it1M -. H -7
( Ad c-ftwag on Vh $''r-b ~ .
r.; ft f-7 MWa:&.. a,. I'~:z B.. :. B-a
C A ~ Uv:.i a 14-. 7%
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gila fr-r Lr.ganj.r -7.
daug!.tor aLw" 5f) '.* '.'ai -.
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I. ELLA DtVOY & COMPANY,
Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,
HIH CLASS (OODS, LOW PRICES.
No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET, DAITONA.
------'- BEA----H STREET,-~--
ISW Ladies' Red Cross I
and Children's Educator SHOES.
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NEW SEASIDE INN
E\er' thing Modern.
Homelike and Comfortable.
Directly on Atlantic Be.
Surf Bathing an
S- :L L AY AY .
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Z0Ao S'rincoss 6sscl
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THIE WHITE HOUSE[ COTTAGES,
k':. '%4 P"'F'' ii-'; .
Mr. and Mm John Coe, of Vo-
i Iuna avenue, left by traia Wedun-
i day for a sereral day trip down their
I Some of thw who went home
pnmoturely write back t&at they
Sow wiih they were ia sumny Day-
tona a-ain for a few weeks
*-Wanted Positiom nie. I
governeds or omipanoa. Lady
teacher of voice, piano, German. 6t
Sir. and Mrs. Otto Spies and Mrs.
Spies' sister, Mia Myrtle Jackson,
Left Wednesday afternoon for their
home at Asbury Park, N. J. Mr.
Spies has been onducting an up-
holstery business on north Bech
during the winter and Miss Jackson
was employed in Mills' restaurant.
L'_T --Valuable diamond stuo.
Reward of 25 will Le given finder
by ret irnine to Dr. Schneider, 3(t
North Ridgewocd. tf
Mr. and Mrm W. J. Dull and Mrs
Mary Tice. of Arcanum, Ohio. who
h .re been st ending the winter at
f'-.cLkedge. where Mr. Dull owns a
promrising young orange grove,
came up from that place recently to
I visi friends. Mr. and Mrs. George
Whitsley, of Muncie, Ind, who are
1 guests of The Cleveland and are so
0 pleased with the place that they are
prI onging their stay. Mrs. Tice
I says se had no idea Daytona was
such a beautiful place.
I -F,,R SALE-Winter home fur-
nished, near The Colonadee, Sea-
bre*-ze: coquina cottage, river front
t. orange and grape fruit. 84-3t
S C. McLanahan. Seabreeze.
IrAYToNA BEACH, March 1l-J. C.
'.jti--r ,id a lot yesterday to Mr. Jark-
f the Dobbins & Jackson Pbhar-
.a ~n the corner of Earl and Grand-
vA- a%,-nu,-s. Seabreeze. The lot ad-
ins Garf.ePd lot, on which Mr.
',rf--ld' new cottage is Lust completed.
Mr. Cu'iough was down from liast"
ir-- t.:- ie-k. looking up his p-r,perty
Tt, ;,,i-aSrt t party at The Pinehurst.
( -:,::.g of Mr ara Mrs. Boyce, Mrs.
;:iww,; and Mr. Collins, after a
., ke y.-r.jncvtent turned to Orange
..:v T '.'-jav. They will return to Day-
-or.a in abw.ut ten days and finish up
:.-.-:r tas.(C in Flrida at The Pinehurst.
I: A. Hart. wife- and babv arrived
n.N Y., and wil pend
": -:.-,- at TL e Pioehurst.
ach. I :.,:, a beautiful green r.ar Sto-J-
id Fishing. :':-I.)ayt' r. they ay, that flashes back
..':"cr~:hr. the beach the color cf
S .: .- :. s~ch perfect harmony with
::.. c .. a,. and beach and sky that
SR T a pat tof the beautiful picture.
VART s i, :~ jhl i;l be given Monday,
I I., X.\ '
:EY T : ".- b.,-n.:t -f tfhe music fund.
:.\. Mrs. \atkios. of V'Waton, N.
;..-'- taken room at the WAllhon
M: Mr. W atn is a F ie voca]i't
A .r.- I. Lulhxk. Avrei, N. Y.. and
i- N -ker, New York, are anrim-En
-t.a arr:;al at The Wiite
S li-aac A. Stewart, Miss Marv
**,.- Mrs. Powell and Miss Bruce
*T '-'ry V at Sabreeze and Day-
: 1'* h. and dined at ;Zeaside Inn.
ir:; Gallagher of Palatka, wa-
:. TL.-s-day. and regiter-d at
lx- A-~e fra.:.
I!:- F TI:'pt and Mlis= VNards
.1 7Pa;atka. cousins of M r.
-.sr.t a f'--w dvsy i.th MrQ.
~-: -~ i: arI.,v th-e latter part cl
'A i, -
Ix~b m mDay UtiS
ml~.0 Dreinbrr I to Awgt1 1. br
Q. L F UAzzl. MY EdItraoa.r.
1. C. DuxauUt. City Editor.
C. IL. HARK. CirclrtIoU aiMair.
Go*. F. Coarcu. Spaprnttndonl.
Entalerd as meond-e&i" nmatrr Ie--
combre L JIM at tbw potoffic-; I*
liyrumm. Fk. undtr t-. -Act of
March 1e .
id jut Zr41 lw'YrCk
I DATTONAe FLA.
:. S. HALL
Architect and Builder.
F. W. POPE offi
* Attorney and Counsellor at
Practice In ftZe and PFederal rCours
* o*Fe OVER POSTOFFIC.
* Telephboe n4 0-
TE. F nitzerad E F.,r.-
FITZGERALD & OATES :
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law *
Special Faciitie- for Examininig ar&(i
Perfecting Land Tit!e!,.
Office in Conrad Building. 'Lcr. i 2'
G0. A. KLOCK, M.D.,:
Pt1YSCIAN AND SIkOEOI 0
A %rSoeb V-dU-1t.h M. t. Fetcsk M 0i
I ApeecaI att.-rini':r 2T-'T r' I r-.U e
t h- Ey.irFm.Kr. is ,:~T
3 nr~~l~ting fof -
* andH tou 'r!- :.Ho : n A
E. L. STEWART
Fourth (Dew %ke t Postotice
: ROY HOWE. **I. D
* Physician and Surgeon
f U(.O I T -.
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: DR. F. H. HOUGiTON
I WDE DENTIST
* PHO.E x :. : -
H. EUGENE JOHNSON.
Bicycle Supplies and Repairs.
Come and See.
W F..T .N. ', '.N F : !... ;. "
DR. EDITH B. SHOE.: %ki:k P
I mdP DENTIST
209 Palmetto Avenue
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Local Agent Wanted.
i.m-:r j aif-nt in thi terrt-,
-. F.. .KiFtuMnr A ddUN
FOR CHARTER. P"k"re 'r b
."'.' '--A c.r :x- : I Ifoot after d-ck.
I:f. oxs rfUl ng1D... and
t .'.- idt- -nglnt-er and cook.'
.'; :c H. V. Tuoxr,%ox. owwer.
N 'a. % 'toal. Via.
S [)eveloping, Printing I*'
and Film Supplies--
0 v V P = T J A % A W
'N~I\t!S l '(I'd ~
MILLS V h-12 You
I A an: a or a o
~ N N r .d-liver all
: 55 -ae tr mcr-
* THE f I$5T FOtTAI% S rSe rvMULLS'
sawmA. wA. -
AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JAM1M
Loss. and DmOunts # 544,49.5 67 ;Cap~i N..W
&tcmks and Bonds 14.A Ir0 .'srpin sd =aU
making Hko. and
Fixtumre V. C. B.
Nytoma 12.274 -,9
3 21I4 ''1
Cash on hand and
@!VE't5 A CAUL
ILadke amd F
J. W., AAA m,-
:Now and SuitCai
Ten Per Cent. Discount i fr Two W<
Bingham & Maley Co
Dus n't ona get P% ct n~
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***** ,^ ~ I kce for Boats De
:| OFFICE-Rear of S
To the Trm
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O 'O "R STORE" i Famous Roya
i H f: SPtf)T CASH GROCERY 1 nd
S- "-. .::. :t- Po-rtfflce nd L
H S. -IlLER. Proprietor. Ad
-~' USS :, ,,ylng her.
The Syracuse,' f4lE E
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6o THIRD AE. E E TdEph' 'cri *
M' [RI0 kASFER STABLES
OSTEOPATHY :M i E'ik' 'WET ALL TRAINS.
ukV. J. C. t-s % 4fV- T %O T 1 AI "
j Blackorvith and Carriage
shop in Connection.
IG -0- A. VOYE. Proprietor
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DR. A. O'NEilL
S P..'*:.'- .- \' ... \ _
\W. B. TALLEY
MaP I8j !T 6 =.Ai
IOur Wagons Im-U TrMl IFti
Sunday. 1 0s ptls do
ZEEZE, ORMOND a- DAYTONA i
rlivered at any Dock-Sacked or lM
chantz Plant. -11
k Who lite 6id
ARE SOLE AOET4I0R TrHE
I Scarlet and Curtts Bros.
ike P. T. Barnm "We Newo J
vertise Unless We Shew."
GET PRICEs BEFORE PUL
,IAN, BEACIH STI4B
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a No. 8 Bead
0 Secondhand Cars tak<
1TO9 CAR COW
h Street, Daytona. Fla.
and Gasoline EngineM
STires. Bosch Magnetos
nd Spark Plugs.
Allowed the Trade
en in part payment for New,
Shoes and Men's Suits.
M. SHUFRO.TNE mnrr
TAaQA, BPFGlr or 0e
Suits Made fa U.d wn i s o wVO]LUT.SIA coXUl
All work daoe bwdd eby I wMf
CLOTHES CLEANED AND P? -
All wro rk called3M raInd RCd AW1
All work called Iw and dimWr
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hvt &m by mpmphm
vub #aur rd M-r r
u~te we air5m~
W.,k m ia At- -d ddlywud
So B. ORigN
Smdeg wrwugtos~ ~rrt
S~~ UEdr of __,
bktftk se at emskm i 'A"
Apwww we @uam& and~
d d be od s d
S- -ow mso AO
F. PA, IOOT:
SITn flrx iA x, It trv~e r ryit.
IN a -t BkMtl Spot on the Haiufax R
mJON J. MdcmRE, Prpretor.
Y3 INSMPECTION.. Rooms Single or En Sui
. No b U in Florida Table of the best of ev,
. =Ii me reasonable as the service will permit, I
mnJ- GAOAGt in connection wi
ru,,k Special arangements
mie ssoft "teso Hotel
4S efew I~bourb furt ii-. tfkut
Doskiet. Tb.w I a*tAfl tPa li I
Iopemd Jume I,
No me WASH INI
* "IMRawofs t1
-mry ot Med
ith the hotel. stk
f The Modern
R Seven Wonders
P6 inpwm Bmb.troo m
- One of Daytonar crowning gloria
I her incomparable beach. No one w
e't ( 1 ever met foot upon its smooth, pack
Sds T; no one who ever pedaled a 1
cycle over its expanse; no oLe who ev
IN 1 drove a prancing pair of horses and lI
Sed to the popping of their steel he(
river. upon its asphaltum-like face; no o
I who ever steered a high-power auto
bile down the broad stretch of way
its with : washed and surf-packed send but re
trything I *.ed that it is a world-beater, a world
given on wonder. Go stand upon this wi
Speedway and see the happy souls f
)ra.f by by in joyous mood, and answer wheth
will be made with" -uet this is not one of the seven mode
SThe PTeac. Pellucid ntHafu River.
--***- -*** OO*-*MMe Where think you is water with mc
__ .._picturesque surroundings? Nearly
... mile wide, fringed with tropical veget
he MinniLo po lI tion, artistic cottages with roomy v
ad Vemm,, LAg r Tog. T& rmada's looking out upon her bosoi
S'ScL Ma m R wPO DAV. i gamey fcd'I fishes in countless number
SSeventh Steet. Phone I beckoning, as it were, to those with r
SAWTY LLE. PnW. ~ MIAMI and reel; her bosom flecked with du
e: and coot and snowy-winged sea bir
which sit about as if for the sport
For Comfort, bobbing upon her waves; watch th
For Peasur, lubberly old white headed pt lican pown
For a Rest, 'a fat mullet, and that fish hawk Atr.
TRY gling upward with his floundering loi
Do TI nd j he snatched from the water.
e. no Bd Ce See the beautiful launches, spick ai
b. K. Bnow%7, Ctb &= wak span, their hampers and lockers bulgi
Proprietor. the CeI=WS S of with refreshments both solid an i liqui
a ModMe UP-.4.16 61.
ACCOMMODATIO t"N $Ma. Po ready for a cruise upon her beautil
--sa- Spact iy wb t surface Take out your field glass ai
"-- -sweep the river from Ormoud bridge
-^ r S Ponce Park light house, then st
Palm B each. i whether the Halifax isn't a thing
beauty and a joy forever, and one
ltion. Adjoins Famious "Poln- the modern wonders.
*Mal Hpil-ndor of Frults and Flow-
h l.-train or boatl that ont. The Enchantingly Picturesque Rldgewoo
Befch BHot linte l nndi at Hotel
i Ridgewooal avenue is upon the crest
a broad ridge, straight as the crow fie
-------O wO OI tand the wide-spreading branches of tl
St. Augustine, I heavy-trunked live-oaks extend the
'0 41 ,N Florida. giant arnis across this magnificent visit
Storming an arch, and from these extezi
Uy Hotel. All Modern Improvements. t of S s
9 At arms preat festoons of Stanish ma
,, Accommodation for 300 Guests sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
UE i DAY, pi r-l> Jan. Ist to Mea I1st. 0Writ. tfor Illus- fan them. Looking straight ahead down
\rate& MACtOW Pe Rookht. U.N this white shell street one has the im- I ___
*In*O*O..O. O0U Ir-r-iO E"0OIOO EIOIIOIO0 pression of a fairy path with clfiFh dra-
peries, but as you move along and cast
00OI6IOIOIOI"Me Ison* IOI*0 an eve first to the right and then to the
left you see distinguished cottage homes
8in the most delightful settings. Fishing teenis to be improving
Hurpassing Beaut) 01 Our Cottage Homes. right along now. llandsomie strings
o are being caught daily and from
No one of )aytona's attractions, per- this on big catches i\ill be rep,,rtedl.
0 haps commani ds rinre nearly universal
68666i96 B N 00"04090"9089---- Ma attention and praise than does the artis- -Fresh Michelin tires; all fir,,ts,
tic cottage. The owners of thesecharm- no seconds. For sale at the Atlantic
O S- -O- -U-U iring villas hail front every corner of the Motor Car (',. andl central l (;arage.
ERKINS THE WEILI11#TON HOTEl country and they bring their own archi- tIf
tectural plans and build upon themn,and r. an C '
IoTN. SrT %abash Ave. i ,M BIl. th architecture of one section of t Mr. ad r. hrs irkat
OREON CHICAGO country diters froii the architecture of rick, of New arrival at 'In.l, I i., ar
Lty another so do ,,ur homes differ in out- at T l
"e"t beaut V fr rom Havana, ('utia. Mr Kit -,t
mrote Rate." ward appearaetit and -tructurai beauty rick is a banker, NIw 1K l -..
from one anot; lthi. There are no inonoto- is
Snous rows of ,trikingly similar buildings i \Wanted to cirreslonil Ir meet
but the eye, a6 it sweeps by, is treated parties interested in letainm O)l'era
to a kaleidoscopic change % which keeps l-i s next asa,. Iiiatan '1',miii-
the mind wondering "hWhat. te.xt"' 1 I -f
i Streets and Pavements the Most and Rest. 'The refr,.l,i n z ,,wtrs of t-n-:
obo$t of the Business and
iUlwrnct. oaO w1lIh butth
as a lnsgll.
I-mo phones in every r"om
ioms CIoe Grill Music
Io MlIm t &ad Oommercril
**t mpn Plan, Rates. $1.t10
;l u. Oor.emponhfer ce & 1-
M UMTL CO., Prpricetors
Ieak up that Cold
II.IiA I 1 0Id Ifitt I o t (If
Hot and Cold Running Water ad Long
Iiitance 'Pbmns in all Rooms.
S- itu iI IjiiaVjrma
I fi mit'lls i ii d i1 I
McClinto-k & Bayfield, Props
Why the Architect oif the Iniver.e day were ntedtcl ftr vL'etata.i'.
chose to give to I)aytona tthe most ad- which seeile-l It, respnidlt atlltti n
miracle, the most picturestlue natural btaitantleousltv. I t tiinY i ..I
setting of all the tititcs of the South is trucking line Ii a1ki n -r ;,i
not r-vvaled but that such is a fact growth.
muAt le apparent to the most superhcial Wantedi t' (l tid Wi,, .t
observer. With such lavish wealth of i
natural beauty it le,.came an easy thing i nterhte in Al' rs o, .tl,
for the hand of man to give the little;care ).\tla IL New\. it
finishing tuuches which ha\,- brought
out the colors and outluits of thte big Mr. and Mis llhd-,. d 1i uis-
picture. Kil K ., left f,,r h'intr t'> d.v ,l:ier
Man did all this in the laying out ,if thte winter her N M1. 1 ).I.- i, -. ,!it
the streets with the-ir wide margins of several buhldii,_, -;Ite, ilt S, 0, I
parkage, the entire city becomes a and and \iill ji\ve t t r I
great park ha lndsoine t.(iik It ., t,,tt it I t ,
And as for pavtrnieiits. paa\ellienLt t ert-on.
that look and act like granite,--where ir sale t ,;r2-til L, -:
else betwet'i thl eastern and western eratrs ;t 1,nl ,,it, ,v,, :
seas are so tnria nyltles in propIortiotn to scarci.li .ilti. A:
inhabitants? T'ill somne unheard-of to lilv News.
toh Itail. "ew"s. "
plact- reports iinre andl better, I aytona
thir,- down tile gauntlet to the world. Mr. and NMrs 1. II Atii;
Squirrel. o rs. HBirds and Fruits. (arrived tht- lir-t lli t of Ill, ,v '(-
frontm Meadville, Pa aiitii ;,iit %', it
Whatever ones hiortctitiiigs and Mrs Arinburg'.-rs fat!ic-r. .1. 1 I-r-
ntr,-e.vPr iildifferiitt ,r ev\e ( allows ut lt: a ,,r,, ,I ,, I- ;i-.t :i\V,n-ii,,I I 1 .r I,,d
Arrival.i at The Bennett yesterday
wer- Alfred B. Iluested and wife, Al-
hbaII, N Y.; C(,-orge Wheeler and wife,
St ILouis; Miss Emma Spadda, Texas;
Hrtirvy 13. Nutting, Philadelphia; MiS.-
H. C' C'lury, Chicago; Miss Melbourne,
lBaltimtore; Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Wooster
Albany, N. Y.; A. II. Lodge, Sorimmer-
\ \il!t. Mass ; Jo,hn lealy, New York.
The children uf The Actors' child d
League gave a second performance at
l'he Bennectt today. A very entertain-
inig programni was rendered, and thi'
evt1i.ititg as much enjoyvd by the
It Cleared the Accused, but Furnished
an Odd Sequel.
A hi-:'. r s-ctpec :itA le gentKtle ian ur-
rl\edtl at ,r6k ,Ilrt. evennlll ; \it ll !U'
';;t>t and diled \% 11i. went( t tlied
(early. r,.se in ....d time and had ai
,tl m -iii.tial Iireakfan After this utietal
Slit" 't-. i :ly .it-kIed ith.' landlthrd Ifttheie
't\\:s i tii iiiruI I'f special Interest ill
-,<' ""1iio ;a izs.-s nrtc on. but I d-,
it,,t k-.\\ if' there 1I nnythiug partl,'u
~ ir Iv iii' .-iltiii L In thei li.it." was the
i ,ii, ,ik-." d1ra\ \I 'd thte Mtranxer
"I '. .. ii I lii. [it' t'll re i' t lie
-I~..::pi i[:ii : .'"
H <.'i l !,,I k Iiti anti heard a f'olI wer
\ ',li I.i h-w.iy r.-'itery. pleadm ..; hi.s
: .' .,..* -t. \tl+ <[iertt!y ,i> a slt 'lid JntJd ;et
-. *, d.). i ii.. \ ,. \\lth tirtl e fac .s, did
:.,! l.-..k at if they ( ik 'tcl niut'h rv
l ; i'i t h,' 'llri.'i'tt er'l.' r ,fes i f
l t.,, ,':i c S ittdedlt y thr prisutr
.' ).:,t it 1'.4 the Sti tr: gter. .N ho laid
-l ..... -.. i tii It ,telh i ',f i u 1
'--- V ,
",> '. thank ,i l, i 8, Qe ou t. lt '
1 : r .,"e ilvy luuIa elet '" rTied thb
,*,-,',.r. it,!itintg to the stranger. whb
\\,< ;-!,.i;t-t at ltecotning the center
l!'. r-St st untexilecrtedly.
lic ,-,"fnied a.tn!-hed aud sho,,k htil
<'ti c.-." (I r 'd the a-,u ,-ed. "iut
tht k: .,tu wft.r- at I,,\,r a i t-
\ax fti-, l h-re< Y-,u aifa rut Of tiO '
Silt., 1,,,el. ntid I t,,,k r,.ur lh gza2zt
l'i t \\ htt'!a'lroyw to' the It'a..'I4 lpa k T
itt t < e lt ir. Ihat 4.as the dt.i I ad .i
sil .;,,-4-d to> l'A\ e ,'_.)U!LuLirt.d tb't (ri ie
*I 1 .. _.. .... ,,,.Q .... l t..i.t, i, rnA
SSAME MANAGEMENT AS '"THE BRISTOL
son a 190&.
niBum and Ser&ie Fzmil-t.
s Fmsoite. StMm HEAt.
Send for Booklet
irragstt Pier, aUb" sie Ila
Kletrie Libg aud
Modrn Ia rovemsms
TheF1afte 0 0 Aso The R oom04
Here i whe res wrld. records for Weed F 7
are broken with ev urrrtnI Iu Om4l
Athi bamd, thfa rstt' anId the HOW 1 L T
finest an oo dalyl pade and the big _Dayfta, no
Ssbow is as free as the pure rtelan DytaM, FlI
water from the thousand flowing well. i| Now Open for
SIt is a continuous show with constantly T Rigewood.
rho i ting acene. You will probably catch. L WAITE Owner
ed the spirit and wh n you do the roads G. Thoee. Powell and wife, A.McNulty,. L.M. WAITE, OW er
bi and the beach are yours. The Florida Glen Head, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Enl since last season. C
Sunshine is free, the balmy ocean McCain, Pittsburg; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. 0 Greauy Enlarged since las eason,
t breeM are free, the birds and squirrels Woodside Greenville, S. C.; G. A. Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Room
and flowers are free, the sparkling Disher, Ottawa, Canada; M. M. Carrot Every Modern Convenience.
D fountain water is free and you will have and wife. Seattle, Wash. I. "
2o- to go down In your wallet only for coin 0 Summer Addres: ATLANTIC HOUSE, Na
for the auto and bed and board. ....I.....I ....-- ---. .i
.r- Thih is no fanciful picture; it's all The Despland, .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA... .
Id- here. It is drawing other thousands Yesterday's arrivals at The Despland '
de and holding them enthralled, it will were: James 0. Wynn, Miss Cora Wynn, 1 Frontlig on the
lit charm and hold vou. Come and see. Atlanta; G. A. Schwab, W. H. Gisinger
ier and wife. H. Wright, DeLand; Geo
rn *@**u'--*-7.e--*O **O*IeuO F. Lufbery, Port Orange; I. M. Sprague,
Miss Stella Sprague, White Plains, N. fT
|Y.;Wm Bradley and wife, New York S c h^ &M
C 1 ity;F. D. Miller, Birmingham; J. C. 4 Formerly Schmidt
Dr e Dibble, South Norwalk, Conn. I
ve a Kodak Shop.-- ENRY SCiT SO
a Kodak Shop..u~a: Schmidt's Hotel. DAYTONA, FLO
m, We are not Portrait Artists, nor Schmidt's Hotel. DAYTONA,
ew l are we Art Dealers but 10 years I The register at Schmidt's Hotel Fine Home Table
od of close attention to the KODAK- showed the following new arrivals yes. Reasonable Rates
ck U ERS needs has won for us the terday: George S. Foster, Atlanta; M. .
s, 3 enviable reputation of being E A. Freedman, James Stubs, New York
of City; John L, Gans, Richmond Hill. N. 1 ---------------
at FST CLASS FINISHERS .; lr. D. P. McCarrv, T. C. Connor,
!bh T Rochester; Master Robert Droun, De- R
a Anyone desiring good work and Lad; H. andle and wife, Memph, I II I
- 0 strict attention paid to their or.,0 Land; H. C. Randle and wife, MemphiAI
ad esf elin ad t Printheir or Tenn.; Mrs. R. F. Lutz, Miss Nell Lutz," TE,
M aWaitS'S K Wbash, Id.; L. G. Taylor, Jackson-!
nd 9 will. itatLESESNE'S KODAK Ville.
ng PLACE, the only shop in town N ville. WILL REM.\IN OPEN I
that makes the Kodak Work a THE MIDDL- OF APRI
ul Specialty. The Prnce Geor
ul All work finished in 24 hours, 12 The Prince Teorge THERE ARE ENOl'GH (
n hours if necessary. Yesterday's arrivals at The Prince
to a George were: S. CF Tuthill and wife, ING To REMAIN TO W
y D H n Minueapolis; Mr. ard Mrs. M. Buckley,
of New York City; C. L.Flynn, Jackson-: E. D. AN W OR TH
a a0ville; George P. Hellier and wife, MissD A
Eastman Kodak Dealer, Anna M. Van Saun, Asbury Park, N.Y.;
d. J 0 Lockwood and wife, Olcott, N. Y ;
Bench Ktrftet. n-.A"r ;kl Ave'., a
Of 9 Mr. and Mrs. G E Russell, Niagara'
es DAYVTONA, FLORIDA. : Falls N. Y.; J. C. Cochrane, Boston. *
he Ii.I.I.I................ A party from The Prince George arT
eir making the Tomoka trip today. T ne Prince
ds- & The Bennett. Hilyard & Holroyd,
,' ASBURY PARK, N. J.
T 4I N rt .l4tl%, ,M I )II- \\,,.f111.
SModern and First=class Rooms, en suite with Private Baths.
SEntire WVhite Service. Northern Cooking.
,iii,,,,.r l,-,r,, T ,..1,- A. H. & E. I ANE, Proprietors.
SD\%YTON \, FIORIDA, I). R. STILLMAN. Proprietor.
Facing The Hialifax. Ilati H ik from stores and Postoftke.
Modern Improvements. ,hite tldp. Northern Chefl.
STerns $2.(K) and up ,ard. W eekly Rates on application.
IVY LANE INN
Ftj.11. l'; ri. DAYTONA, FLO IIADA
S I he able, Rooms and all Appointments are of the
Very Highest irade,
l'ift-ii.Zii .1',I -tit,-fvi iig the miiost particular people.
\\t1.1. KNOWN ANDM) POPLAR. DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Overlooking The Beautiful Halifax River.
A \ Il, ltiki, ai.l (',,,f ,rtlie li.u>,-,e 1 irst-.lab ls In A ll \ t1 I ,
t t ( -11 \MIBE I IN, lri ..n r tr.
The Davtona Beach Hotel
NOW OPEN ----
RI.;FURNISHIED AND RENOVATED
TIlR ( GHO 'T
Steam HMeat in ]Every Rloom
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259 499 L
t A #do in
55 65 1.
23 5 15
Sputisi ~ssism longt
Prke Lima wa bli
; New Spring ShowingI
From Lord & Taylor.
Sits and Silk Lisles, White, Tan and
Blacks, Blues, Pinks,
Colors to Match the New Oxfords we have
M. B. AULTMAN,
TELEPHONE% No. 2
We give 1-nta"s in thke Bust.-Safford l'iaro ('Corit--t.
The Smitary Barber Shop.
%Thk i the onlv really Sanitary
Barber 8bop in the -city of IDayto-
0a. Everything wed mi this bar-
ber ebop i thoroughly rtrilized
after ewbh ad every customer.
W<; charge a lit';.- more thwa
other f&bogp. but nobtiod patroi z-
ing tbe "Little Rhvdy" will ever
contract a skin diweaw of any
W will appr.-c-t< th.- pntrconai:-
of th- pU ti<)-. l >II Y l -%.u>
WiTH RRAT C ARE.
R. C. ADAMS. Prepebaw.
If you want orme f frjcst go crabbirg
You need a small dip liet on a long po]
If you like you may tie a p ol.e of '.'l
or other meat in the b,,ttom of your nD t
sad drop it down in t1e water After a
minute draw it up an I you are atv t
S have anywhere frt.'I crt to10 ff, cr.ik 1i!
It is a little tett' r -'nrt .I tsk a a! le
mad line and fisb for them A!-. -n as
a crab bit*-. and that i-ii be in ".lort
order, drat bhiti up gentiy and 'p,;, -.,ur
nt-t under him. shen h- ca:i .i l. ftt-d up
into your crab ba.,k Lt
The ri q.r ib full ouf ttb :,. !.<, at:. t.-v
are delghtfu i t, cat. thlle i-g.' tar i par: -if
the oihell .g pa'-ked a,': a i,'litf'il
white meat which fr -a!ad (: t be
Just boil -,iur ikr.1 an- c:'I t':t-
sh-ll of tht back anid l'g!- f,,r tn:h- r.,f- '
contents. be sure that you d,z:' t get a'.y
of the "dead man's ti(g-r- ',,f L, Na, ra
tiaried .ii, the g,,od Oditt t().Le -. t,
the "'figr.-r' you willl ut\v..: ,r-: *,
location and appxearanoc-
Crab fishing i noWvL -.d'i fr,'on anY .
the city Ahar\,-. or fr. e l'" t.rad-;e.-
Storms Crippled the Wires.
The storm- of the f.jrepaTr: rf the a k
A [NITHN MAKES A DISCOVERY.
0 rnn a. ,,-- csI r
0;e VWe,"la.' : I~f
'Fr-. *n t .* I) :. I L Vo i t tolc se:t
a, h is I stha L a!.:' :x.ie. ard h-rf
en tntr o~r. t~l. wi~ r ij-f &:: i I )avt'~n a
beach for a d 'e tf -ight : to *a-
breezF. rLt tA r a.;",L:
aut'A~s~Les 1 1'-iv
ths. t'Ve w? "i*'. J. vt'in I-' lrnf e no in-
pr4Cpn UPon t K~ i.' :. r' eise in
anr v "(unt rv ha- la i. i t a -
%tn J rir- t w, i t H .-l. j, i
the ne'er-ce,,,'inz r t! -irr (t.r
th- mar*-!",*:vr.d .1
:IU,_ I In,-:; c~e L: 7:7 n
t 1 e C.M vk v v%:-
thie 5c~OW' 'A. e-ca; *--: .
fkst. v.., -t7.> d irrj:r.. '
ae:,urig ca' ,! .~~. .* ..
[ e- ',-itrIc II-: .:.t s... I-
'rariv hAI : :A~
Urd'. L' -c~.: '.. *: *';* '<
u.fro.&v. 'I -A:v
b. --*f2r r -*
C`' --itan: t. .- 2.r* C .
-.c h .-l. ~i '
l1. tee d fr i *~'.
I, Jr1-. 'ari I! I I ~r A
tile WVest .' ,a-t '~-
varv IO! 1
CONRAD REAL ESTATE
Bond Lumber Company
Rough and Dressed Cypress Lumber,
Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime and Cecaot iL StL
)fIco and Y.-rd,: -E:.,t i ,;,..t! !t.; i,,t &>range AvrelO .
11oae 83 R. J. MAIIY N.*
Yqr m Ot.
Chage of Program
This popular little hoo oafer a
complete chage of program
The Vaudeville Team, who have now
many friends and admirer, and who
are sent off from every act with much
applatur at each performance will
i %e an entire change of program, in-
trudvicing as an added feature
'Ezra Kendall," the Dog That
Sings "Cheer Up Mary."
Friday night will be Amateur Night
at The Crystal Several wde-klown
faces of this town will be aeea mo the
stage. Twenty laugbe for twenty
[oORas Otix AxT 7M P. M.
Th.- nxot popular
inudoor game for
LADIES AND GENTLEMEI.
IVR NI TEisw
EMaS uIT CAInER
Reserved Seats, $5, $3. and $2
Tickets un sale at Hankin*- I r'g
Store, Daytooa, and Wilmans t)Uptra
Home, Seabreeze, Phone 177.
lUAR IVElI ORANHI S ,;;,:
Ir i%..,th rape Fruit and
one ?br, Tangerines.......
I-clean ad brig t-no w ,, .r I'.r:.
IKOEORE H. MUNROE
OROWER AND SHIPPER
9I2 S. t DOWOOD AVE.-D-ytona. Fla.
Whese tO p and
What to se.....
Lln.-,-d hr Motion Plturr ftt'nta(NO
High Class Vaudeville and
-rrf I.I\E 4,;T',R IN W\IXPhW.
New Pictures Daily.
The" oniy kind ladies and children
PflAL EXTIA f fIM T!
Real Talking Pictures.
rhiii is :, MNa.hine, but the Human
Voice. done by
Ed. S. Lewis and Miss Fannie,
htie 'riginators of Picture Talking.
In Training a Husband.
A <;HIAT ILAUGLH.
Mirs Lotti kgimer, PtIait.
:.* ,,.. A*. ';.. ,, ,in.ur ,..
Admission 15c. Children 10c.
Billiards and Pool.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
LarZest Stock. Greatest Nuib.r Bre ds.
Cigars to please anyone
Fruits. Candies, etc,
U I U
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I'ay your subscription to the Ga-
zette-News this month and you will
,et .i' 4,, votes in the Bush Safford
i ':ao contest.
*L-.-T-Near entrance to Port
'range bridge on beach, dark coat.
:-'urn t., A. Walters, care L. P.
Tribble, Port Orange.
Mis S. E. Tompkins, who has
ir-eri rooming with Mr. and Mrs.!
*.li;it Kincaid. on Volusia avenue,
,!,parted this morning for Starke.
th- re she will visit for a couple of
-'A-m;-k. and then go on to Chatta-
', ,iA:i. I-n, ,. f.,r a more prolonged
-'.iv \ith relatives. reac-hing her
it rri at I tica. N Y., about Mav 1st.
\li I. lrTpkins has been making
i;; ',a iier headquarters during
:;- wiinttrs fi r a number of years.
*[.- L','keth<:(_k containing
-' ;ii *,urrtenrv. draft. checks and
:.:." -. ;:i rname of W\. P. Richardson.
.-: '-r '.ease return book and pa-
:.;r -* r ,. .M.Waite. Lespland Hotel.
r i ike, p in. ney as reward. W. P.
i:', nar-, n, .la'cksunville. Fla.
-Ai 1 L Mi' L,, (.L CHAur it- Four
1 .41,r r Stevens-[Duryea, hour or
"roc. call Morgan House. phoue 11'.
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by day or T week
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c.1. : nsrienced butinems
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been mtussing vntirel:,:
Today at onle lock th' 1 I. .'t.
f ailed tIa avInv--AR M OUR SOURDAILYhIONS: THE NATIOA L BISUIT
New forms are 1. iup : L ;T 2' ,t TT)
and the big pre-" a111 f1d ,,
b It,~ ala nC aARIRM O IU R 'S
R )N Star Hams and Bacon
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b o U of 14 16010; m=00 bo-
Avoaso sw the A-t9o0 I01 Club heW.
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Sftlgb & Thm=4PN, 6 AeMta.AV
In Ormond: owio e n g
benati"l Jlalo I
containing 23 well furnished room and 3 M J.
bths, surrounded by 3 acres of full being Mrao -aw
trees together with all necessary out-hoes aad umiw
facing the Halifax, is for sale on terms to suit.
ORMOND and OROIJ4ONDi
s. ... *me$ >
rrrrrr rrr@losses$ IiM
OR SALE. on
* Lot Il)x.4 ,. (Oranze grove in tIearinr,
Seven Roomsa, in gcod, ct0iuioin.
- LA*w V
Price for a Quick Sale -.'0().
%'I. r l IcKon mad -ve-aing.