Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: April 3, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Goes Everywhere. Reaches All Classes.

Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases, etc.
[* IN A1t IrON TioW'1 1, .I.
Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases. Teles opes. T' ourist Straps, Trunk Straps,
Shawl Straps, Name Tags, etc., just received, we have a complete
assortment of Matting covered Suit cases s and Telescopes. Also a
novelty in a Matting covered land l g. ,1 I lA.. r1':OPIL.AR I'KI


............M..i '- ------cussed.

S....u .............................E.<*U RADICALLY DIFERENT CARNIVALS

SIt is the general opinion among all in-
terested in the automobile and other
SC o ff ports that arrangements should be got-
0 ten under way immediately for big races
and other sports next winter.
1 V F T1 1 t (( ) *M Those directly interested have called
a meeting for this evening at S
0 o'clock at the Armory at, which
IIS Coffee was shipped through mistake and the company re- W. J.Morgan and one or two others
IT w cos2 .: c. Morganeas
S liest me to sell at cost. If put in cans it would cost L)w cents will 1e present. Mr. Morgan recently
S at wholesale, and retail at cents. Sold in any quantity. said that he would invite S. A
* Ialso have Coffees for "i. .; :,an(d -li cents per Ib. They are Miles, the General Manager of the Na-
S- ,ul tional Association of Automobile Manu-
SMotwha and Java, Iomot.a and Slantos, Maracaiho and Guatemala: facturr, to address the .. tingand h.
.0 facturers, to addre.s the meeting and lie
* also Mexican Cordova. Mild and high grade i i. Must be sold has consented to do so. A Mr Miles is
* at once. the manager of the largest automobile
S'\ show given in the world annually at
* T 4 11 Chicago, and as he is very close to the
/ I manufacturers and has their confidence
SO W his opinions will be worth getting.
a As suggested a few days ago, it is Mr.
SThe North Beach Street Grocer. 'PHONE 1. MIorgan's opinion that two separate
tournaments of a radically different na-
41** e5r eg6em e69meuememeugg e uees ae e39 3 630.0 ture should be given next winter. The
first to be given either the last week in

S... .January or early in February and that
to be devoted exclusively to automobile
./. GARRISON races, with two special days f >r a big
I j I | I Al b olse examination of electric- niotorcycle heat, as the Feederation of
it] o al work finished and charged for American Motorcyclists have informed
froin this shop shows how square- Mr. Morgan that they would like to have
SIv andl honorably we transact our an annual winter meet on IDaytona
S_ busiiss. Electrical repairs re- Beach if lie would consent to arrange it,
S- evive special attention. Those and they desire to have their meet cx-
Swho employ us nevei worry about clusively for motorcycles and record
Sour charges, and they know be- breaking. Oscar Iledstrom, one of the
Sfore engaging us that our work- eads of the big Indian Motorcycle
nmanslhip will be the best. Works, of Springlieid, Mass., declared
Monday that there would be over fifty
i i 'ayto a Electrc Co. entries of big and little machines for the
S -_ -^ t Daytoaena Electric Co.
-- Da on co *races, and Earl O)\ington, President of
~,~- Sot(l the F. A. M., assured Daytona i)eot)l
A I I i I 1 I I '2 Suth Ieach Street. before e left for New York that such a
4************ e**6*********** meet would be a gr.-at success. The rest
of the week would be devoted to auto-
mtobile races and guimnkahina sports,
a*kAAAAAAAkA*^A** ^ 1r I Tf | C K Hf C N atoneof Morgan's eiects for the' first
6 W Yt imne in thN country in 1904. Mr. Mor-
Cabinet Maker. Wood W orKer. an is not discour:aed over the :aroplane
4 failure and believes next year lie will be
S Picture Frames, Dorand Win.ow Sreens made to order. : tle to get some big flyers down here.
4 30 The proposition for an International
4 Cottage Avenue, I)AYTONA, FLA. AthleticCarnival for tinh last week in
........ .... *AAA *AAAA March, in which the great big collegiate
athleticss and others will probably take
part in all branches of athletics, would
*t**ee** **************** ****** furnish anoth-r week of great sport.
R. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor
SSpcsialty. lAll t1 "Se it.
s """ s Shades, CODRInUGTON
I ealer in Eecicrical Suipplies if All Kind SLips No. )ran-e avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.
.. ....*..............*.. .0*too**** -4141****** -V V. V.

*@,ees HOeOOeeOOOee-**e**********g*** *t t I
Editor Chris 0. Codrington, of the
Bond Lumber Compan )eLand News, thinks the I)aytona dis-
o L tnct should have an up-to-date concrete
bridge which would supplant the un-
ROUGH AND DRESSED I / B E R J sightly rattle-traps which Daytoria has
PINE AND CYPRESS L- 1 -outgrown. These piling bridges served
their day and gene-ration, but they are
Lath, 'Shill lc, Flolg, ('cililg, Brick, Lime now out of date and out of hlarmiionv
ad Ct in S k. f,. d Ynrds: 'ust C'ae* with the spirit and Irogrcs of the (lday.
anld C(enlltlt 1i 'i tock. ItIwI allway and (Irange Avenue Here is what the l)el.ind editor says
S.t,.v..l oe. Representative .lames E. Alexander
SIl.l S ionil MilIi. nlthtl SKit>m-trni.tzo. Sby law. 'The proposed legislation cono
Phone 83 iZ. J. MA1l.BY, Manager. templates the building of a free coni
create bridge acrosss tlh. alifax, aI
Daytona. If the people ,f l)aytona
Seabreeze, Daytona Beach :tila adjacr'n
towns get together ,on this proposition
there is no reason why it :-hould not bN
accomplished. ears ago we had tol,
j WHEN YOU AfRFi CONTEMPLATING roads; now they are ilinost unknown ii
the IUnited States-. IThcre is litno reason
getting a (alvan a nw Ti lf a ot Air Furna, why we should not have fr,-4 brides a
gettio g a (,;rvetoizc'ni: "t :L a1"11& wellas free roads. The State imigh!
f I.(.(l.d I rd.' llllto m >lll hte a nodern build the bridge alll charge, toll over i
or any of the other metal nle sie 1req 1 until the cost is repair. or authrie ii n
St towns to issue bonds for this purpose.

C- NASIH SON Early Hour Wedding.
SDAYTONA, FLA. the early sun was casting golden I'ani
athwart the rippling bosomi of the bro
are best prepared to give prom pt anml reliable service at fair prices. Halifax, a beautiful scene was witn,.s:-
Sby a limited numie,cr of frie-ndis of ti
General repair shop on VoYlsi .\Avenue, next to the Armory. contracting parties, W. II. Wigiht-
Phone 58. ()Ott of town work solicited. Miss Jennie Loi- sr: ncn.
l. Col. C. M. Hin.'ha: m tid.i tlit nulpti

Daytona, Florida, April 3, 1909.



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Other Shore.


elAt vela em In Dmytma mm Vkitaty.


Everybooy warned o Keep
Their Valuables Under
Lock and Key.


Mrs H. M. Deane, aged 71 years, of Sneak thieves are operating all over
Xenia, Ohio. died Saturday afternoon the city, and it behooves everybody tol
on South Beach street and the remains exercise due care or victims of these
were shipped on Sunday afternoon to nocturnal prowlers will multiply.
Xenia, for interment, accompanied by i Saturday nieht F.N.Conrad's residence
her daughter, Mrs. Julia E. McGervey. [on Orange avenue, was entered and a
-- gold watch and about $20 in money were
James Calvin Reber, of Dayton, Ohio, !secured. The watch was a beautiful
died at Ormond. Saturday, aged 63;: one, a gift of his brother, J B. Conrad
years. The remains were shipped Sun i and for this reason was prized beyond
dhy to his Dayton home for interment, its intrinsic worth.
accompanied by his daughter, BMiss Maud 'The thief, or thieves, gained access to
Reber. the residence by a rear window, carried !
--- I Mr. Conrad's clothing out on the the
Judge Benjamin F. lbaclh. of Auburn, ; rear porch, went through them and then
N. Y died Sunday evening, aged 75 threw them back in the room, leaving
years, at his winter home on Bay street. the window up.
The Judge and Mrs. Ibach have been When Mr Conrad discovered on aris-
coming to Daytona for the winter sea- ing that his clothes were missing his first
son for a number of years, but this win- thought was for the bank keys. but
ter he has been in very poor health, re- upon finding his clothing the keys, his
suiting finally in his death. Judge Ibach p ocketbook containing tax receipts, and
was widely known as staunch support- other papers were left behind
er of the temperance cause. Fu- The pocketbook was emptied to the
neral services were held at the First last l-enny, for Mr. Conrad remembers
Methodist churchThursday afternoon t tat itht had three pennies and three or
one o'clock, Rev. D1. II. Butter fllici- four nickles, along with some bills, all
eating, and the remains were .,n-ut norit amounting to $20 or more.
for interment. The thief, or thieves, made the raid
_- after midnight as Mr. Conrad was up till
Rev. E. W. Rush died Tuesday morn- nearly 12 o'clock.
ing athishomnceWestof Port )range. The A vi.it was also made to C. C. Loser,
funeral services were held at the M. -:. who occupies one of the Brown cottages
church Tuesday afternoon at : o'clock, on Ridgewood avenue, but they got
Rev. D.H.Rutter,of this city, otficiating only $2.00 here, thanks to a screaky
by the iequest of Mr. Rush. The inter- door.
meant was made at the Port Orange They evidently started in to loot the
cemetery and the Masonic Lodge of this house, but on opening a door to a serv-
city were in charge of the ceremonies. ant's room an unearthly screak startled
Mr. Rush has numerous friends in this then, and aroused the sleepers, so that
city and vicinity, having visited here they fled.
frequently with his son, .J. E1. lush, and These characters are short and are
also at Holly Hill with his daughter. trying to make the price of a trip North,
Mrs. M. F. Blitch, and f:a:ilv. iHeleave,-s t" keep on your guard or you, too, will
a wife and several sions :niid datghterLl r get iteeed.
and a numberof grandcliihlrcn to inoiurm
his derni.se.




Chapple, New York, and





Brooklyn, Run Twenty Miles
Neck and Neck.
tiy1 Al. -:X Mt-'l\V" \Il.l "11 i
The fourth and last day of the Si'v-
enth Anniual )Davtona Healh Tiourna-i
mient was enlivened byv the exhibition 1
Ilase ball game by picked tanlms from
the Brooklyn, New York, base ballchlii.
which canme on to IDaytona thirty-six t
strong from Jacksonville abotlut tnoonl
On the hbachul the \vrdl wHas olff tht
ocean blood ing directly acros:- t h coure.-.
which was fast as usu:l. The li:at ('y-
clone driven b)y Ralphli l l':tlina had nt
a walkover for the Minnca:llis t ntiplv.
thus insuring its pernmalnent posit itn ilb
the Fiat Company, and it also had :
walkover in t oe he one mile invitatli
race. De 1'alma also handily won, frtmn
scratch with his Italiani f layer. the ci ih
mile handic:itp race, after (,,nct-dii ,
starts from oa.n niinite' ;:t11 ~ \\cnt
seconds t4o four mIlliiitt'es folr the othrn-
The time w:s S:-4. nt -ihe lcIt al Il ,otch
kiss was first, I'ope-H..rtforl :s -,.r
tnd, and Aultman's Buick, I);\ a~ ;t.
was third.
Flred Hill n.:lade ithe ht t tiht:.
1:1!' 1-5 for a hbivyl.h ipar-.i lv ya : imtir-
cycle, and in tili' tte iptll ito, I..a llh.
Imile-a-liniutte Mliirphv's ol rec.troni of
57 -1-5 secomiis, on I.omg l-sl:t:i ,-'hirnl
a hwcomotive, l'inter I.. Colitus. f Lytilit.
Mass rode a mile ,en a itiV(.- in
5K. 3-5 s( colds liehind the Fi:at ('vCi.l,! .
It then lookei an thruiIh the -M1rimr;.y
re('r .~a in ti! s 1.4 Ii, ii I1"11 ;tcI

at X It
IThe strenuosity of last week didn't
clipee in eloa interest certain Elk events-.
T'!is enthusiastic body held a most
iteresting session Friday night ot
ast week and conducted three can-
iilates through winding Elk paths hud
Wvoijl up on the forage grounds, where
he entire bunch regaled themselves on.
appetiizinir things usually sought by this
T 'te following officers were elected for
tlh ensuing ,year
lVu.xlted Ruler-J. 1. C. Morris.
I.steetied Le.ading Knight-C(, C.
,Esterned L.oyal Knight-F. J. Niver.
E'stereined L.ecturing Knight-W. C.
Screttary-(George F. Crouch. .4
'l'reasurer-F. N. Conrad. .
Tiler-N. II. rlark.
Inner ;uard-L.. HI. Howe.
l'trui-te.-s-Flor three years, F. M.
Elowte; for two years, F. I). Spring; for
One yeair, Chiris Gougherty.
lI-h-gate. to, t;rand Lodge-J. 1). C.
3, ar.is.
Alt,.rn:ate-T. E. Fitzgerald.



r,-cord was in d-igcr t I,,,l 11111 ;Hil:l n i iRT|
I.'oglh-r ls:t the )pact- in'! it u i:- all ,v-r I
Thie twenty'-miil,. ioiiry-vi ,-t It It t
w\as won bv A. 4'. (" -ipplc, ,,f N-. -
\rk, u.-t lat :tr : Iry lovh,-l, wide-awake citize-n of
S ,, Bro r ik a i I)ayt l:t, wlih is solicitous for the fu-
ra- f t l i .-, i l it i a I :ki ture growth and prosierity of this city
rillg i t that-li t e ,t i.r il I : :1 tiou it i 'toil ( out to the Armory to-.
it1 t-,cnte[n-. n:igh :tt eight o'clock, and talk with
.The ,i, iur ftellows along lines looking toward
(T h e c IA lI i i g < :i V : i ,' :a' : t h t, i :.* i: ; .15
S '- thi futui;re entertainment and upbuild-.
w k ti.c e, a. al gl at i l f '* ll delightful IDaytona.
w.r k 6 C l ll l :i l i :t


Price 5 Cents



Orange Avenue, Daytona, Fl




a all thee




Go to


for your Pet (Cream) Milk, 6 small cans for 25e, i
to go on your
SToasted Corn Flakes, Post Toasties,

j Triscuit, all at IOc each.
S Puffed Rice, Wheat Berries, 13c., 2 for 25c.
S S. W. Biscuit and Quaker Oatmeal. 2 for 25e.
Cream of Wheat, Ralston Breakfast Food or
Petit John at 15c each.
S Runiford Baking Powder, 1 pound can 25e.

The Conrad Grocery Company
E. T. Conrad & Co's. old stand.


will deliver gasoline without

any charge for delivery at

any point in Daytona, Sea-

breeze, Daytona Beach, Or-

mond or Port Orange. Qual-

ity and quantity guaranteed.
(all O(ffi e Phone 128
Mills TraInsfer 77
Warehouse 60
Kerosene Oil )Delivered by Tank Wagon.

Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating Oils.

SDay Electric Current




Ane sA Ass AA AAAA

Fi o Pintin Promptly executed at
fine Job Pritllg Gazette News Offic


-- /1 1

Vol. 20, No. 45





A Great Carnival On New Lines Prominent People Who Have
S Is Now Being Dis= Crossed The Bar For The

to*' ------------------ I~s u

'I is will give thli citizens of Daytona,

Sealbreeze and l)Daytona Beach an op-

Electric Fans, Flat Irons, Machines,

aillil aIvatr)l-s iii 't''ioulS kinds.

I'tii.tosk by e t is (-tIlvaii

andlt ecollohhhicI. Ask us '-ibouut thle (-t1st.

Adam Schantz Electric Light Plant,

E. L ;NN, Gen (t; eeral iManager.


some@ @@@@sees - --

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1)(01-ttllity to Iolpvratfr



The op-


Norman S. Dayton,


Real E




T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor Sd rCzC and
-- MRS. H. A. BE
-- -- Mrs. A. Coryell, of Ypsilanti, Mich., and
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second ('lass Matter. son, Chas. Coryell, and wife, of Toronto,
Canada, and Miss Smith, of Ypsilanti,
Mich., who have spent the season here,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. left today for their respective homes.
Oe .........S1.50 This is their second winter at Seabreeze.
One copy six months............... ........................75 Mr. Coryell, Sr., first came here in very
One copy three months 4.......... ...........0 feeble health and made a wonderfully



An Exceptionally Heavy Vote Big Crowd Gathers in Surprising=

Polled Last Day of Contest.
Others Who Get Prizes.

ly Short Time.- No Serious
Damage Done.
r .--.. 1I .. r ...

The Bush and Safford Piano Contest \ enesl(ay afternoon, saortv alt-r
closed Wednesday night and the final five o'clock the citizens of Paytona
count shows the Daytona Higih School w-re startled lby the clanging Ii the
to have won the piano to lie given away lire bell land the passing of tie word
to some person or society in the City of that the house occupied l>y Marshal
Daytona, while the Kingston School Jlhn Myers and family on Palmetto
will arry off ototler polished music avenue, first door north of Loomis
Sbox. .,enue, was burning. In a few nmo-
Some remarkable spurts were ltade m-nnts all the avenue., leading to that
the last day. Little Jean Frances Con- point were thronged with people afoot,
rad polled over a quarter of a million j oi bicycles, motorcycles. anl in auto-
votes the last day and as a result has mnioiles, carriages and other vehicles of
the highest individual vote in the city all descriptions.
and ranks fifth place in tlhe list and gels Notice of the lire had been telephoned
as a prize a due bill for $125 to apply in to the central office and the young
on the purchase price of a piano. lay on duty at once reported to
The total vote of the piano is shown Mayor E. W. (;recne, who was in his
elsewhere. i police at the time. lien Tinkham, the
The different prizes which will lie night watchman, who was also at hand,
awarded are as follows: ran to the bell rope and rang the general
CITY OF DAYTONA. :alirm of fire and then turning this duty
Daytona lligh School, piano. o, er to J. F. Brown and others who had
Halifax Rillea, due bill for $200 arrived on the scene, he started for the-
B P. O. Elks, due bill for $175. chemical engine, stationed near by and
Order Eastern Star, due bill for 1.0. assisted by I. TI McF'adden got it out
Jean Frances Conrad, duel.ill 'or $125I ':ad was off ftr the fire in double quick
Maggie Morgan, due bill for $100. tume. hut there was no necl tortunatcly
Colored Industrial School, due lill for for the engine, the lire having been ex-
75. tinguisheicd by Mr. Myers' son, Cecil, as-
Miss McCann, due bill for $50. sted by Lee IlHdgers, who happened
Baptist Parsonage. due bill for $25. to be passing the house at the time tihe
OUlTSI DE OF DAYTONA. i laze was discuve r d.
Kingston clhool, piano. I'Te I-uil ding i.- an ol ,tne, part of the
Wilmans Opera House, due bill for J- M. (arland estate, and the shingles
$200. ad i) co:te soft and splongy with rage
Sealbreeze lligh Schtlol, dlite lbill for iand a spark escaping, it was thought
$175. from a leak in the tilt. chimney, had ig-

M. E. ParsanageD)taytona. BI:.rli, duen
bill for $150.
Iuby Spauidlini. du," bill for $125.'
Elsie Coates. due bill fr $1)00.
Seabreezet ( Congrei'gl itinal It hurch idu
bill ior $7.5.
Alice I)auglierty, ldue bill for s.I).
Blake S<-luil, die bill for l$25.


PORT )ORANGE, April I-Among
those leaving for their summer hoincs

last week were: Mr. and Mrs. Ifender-
son and their niece, Miss Filby and Mr.
and Mrs. Emmerick and so far this week
Mr. and Mrs. Brecktoll and little so n,
Elno Dupont came lthioe last week to
Si.sit his parents mil s ec the rat-cs.
A. J. Hicks and Chas. Milburn dlrve
down tto New Stvrir la I-t \It-k to

transact st m : bu-,intss th lre.
E. II. Herrich, of New York, ha< Ipur-
chased all of the Hand estate here, and
we are told will divide it into truck
f:-irms for a nutmiir ot (i G-rian fart t-is.
Tuis will lbe a line thing for 'Port Ormange
an i we wish them every mlsucc-es i;i their
Jim Davis shot a large wild eat Sun-
day evening near tlie residences tif 1f'y-
ette MclDonald.
Otis and Fred Johnsoin :have just re-
turned from Mianmi lwheri thli-vy hui
towed a large house- oa;t.
Millard PIatillo, onu of our Ipnrgr.-:i\e
young merchants, is in (Ostiecn visiting
his parents.
Mirs. C. Christmuncy was hlosth's- of tl.e
Churc-h Tea Thursday.

U. B

Daytona High School
Halifax Rifles -
B. P. O. Elks ..
Order Eastern Star-
Miss Jean Frances Conrad
Miss Maggie Morgan
Colored Industrial School
Miss McCann -
Baptist Parsonage
Miss Mary Gille
Rubie Sullivan ...
Mrs. F. I. Middleton

united the roof at the northeast corner
. C # ..

rapid recovered. They are friends of Mr.
and Mrs. Waterson, of Halifax, avenue,
and it was through their influence that
they were first induced to come to Sea-
Mr. Gardiner is having Iis river lot
North of Glenview boulevard cleaned up.
I)r. Bigelowand J. Ralph Wilcoxmade
the boat trip to their Tomoka farms on
Saturday and put in a busy day doing
up the spring chores.
W. W. Wood, a skilled cabinet maker,
has been at work for some time rebuild-
ing some fine desks belonging ta Dr.
a3nd Mrs. E L Potter, one of especial
worth having belonged to Mrs. Potter's
father. He will also build some fine
sideboards for the new Clarendon.
Miss Mary Lou Eaves, after a serious
illness, is slowly regaining health.
Theo. Rausehenbaum and wife, who
have been occupying R. T. Butler's cot-
tage, on Pinewood avenue, leave this
week for their home at Evansville, Ind.
Mrs. J B. Minnis one of the pleasant
family at Miss Russell's, left this morn-
ing for her home at Knoxville, Tenn.,
where she was preceded by Col. Minnis
about ten days ago. It is quite likely
that Mr. Minnis will become a property
owner at Seabreeze before another sea-
son opens.
SEABREEZE. March 30.-Mr. and
Mrs. Thos. F. Cordis entertained at whist
at their beach cottage Friday afternoon
of last week the following friends: Mr.
and Mrs. Fogg. Mr. and Mrs. Erregger.
l)r. and Mrs. Esch, Mr. and Mrs. Farrell.
Mr. and Mrs. Rogers. and their guests.
Edw. Morris, of Springfield, Mass.
Win. B. Hatch left Saturday morning
on a business trip to his home, Ypsilan-
li Mich.. to be gone about ten days.
Kit Turner, of the blue grass region is
here on a visit with friends, guest at
Miss Russell's boarding house.
Col. Taylor and wife, of Memphis. who
have spent most of t:ie winter on Ocean
boulevard, left Sunday for their home.
They declare Seabroeze is the most de-
lightful of all winter resorts.
Miss Harvey, one of the charging tour-

; o tie nouse I it young ladies, left Sunday afternoon
A hligh, north wind was blowing t for her home at Covington, Ky.
ihe time and but for tlhe timely work of C. I. Carrier. C. F. Burgman and
young Myers and Mr. IRodgcrs, a serious Mis.cs Burgman and Hatch spent Sun-
Contlagration would have resulted, as ,day forenoon at DeLand. making the
the house adjoining on the south, occu trip ly motor ear.
pied by W. F. 'olhnes and family and About forty trunks left the peninsula
owned by Mrs C I. Simonds of Jack- Sunday, and almost as many came in on
S.onville, must have burned with tlhe thl afternoon train. It is a mistake
Myers dwelling and the lDavid..on resi- that a majority of our tourist friends
deuce and others on the south side .of miss the enjoyment of one of our pret-
.oomis avenue would huae l)etn e'tluan- tiest montlis. April, all that we can say
gered. It was mnarveltous what a crowd to the contrary notwithstanding.
collectedl in a ftew minutes following thte Mrs. Phillips and daughter, Miss Nel-
alarnm. lie Phillips, of Atlanta, left Sunday af-
ternoon for St. Augustine en route home.
SThe Flyer Leaves. Mrs. Ihillips was in very bad health
The Flyer Leaves. I. 1,

C. -. Bates. the onutner of the mnro-
piane which was on exhibition on tihe
Ib.ach during the automobile races, It-ft
Thursday on his return to (hincah andl
the flyer will Ite .hiplped to himt by
f 28. 11. .._.

W llIn sue came nto Se(l)reeze three months
ago, and is now a well woman. -She en-
joyed the fishing very much and made
isomne tine records.
lDr. arsh preached his usually inter-
jesting sermon at "the little church


Daytona Beach. Rm DtTON SITAL
RNARD, Editor. t
_-_- -aa******* Clad Only in Night Raiment She


DAYTONA BEACH.March 30.-Mrs Mrs. McCoy left Tuesday aboard the
Page and daughter, who stopped with ('tistitulo i'" for tMi~mni
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Reed on the river Mrs and Miss Loche spent Thursday
front for a few days during the races-, lst. with Mrs. Kline.
left Saturday for their home, at St. Mr 'laylor is making good progressi
Joseph, Mo. on tihe house he is building on the prop-
Mr.and Mrs. Henry Ainswotith will rty he purchased soi'e time ago.
close their winter holne on the Halifax. Sunday ltev. luttit r held service in
Friday, and leave for Illinois. thle school house
Miss Falcom came up from Melbourne (ha*.. Wetherell is i;istalling a new en-
the latter part of last week for a few gi"ne in his boat.
days on the beach, and was a guest at F. IBogle left last w. ek for New Jersey
Pinehurst. i here he expects to spend the summer.
STomrn Wetherell wfl.t to Washington,
Mr. and Mrs. Chasles L. Speers uind I). C, tuesday wlre he will remain
son, of Varnell, ;a.. spent severL. days ,s). ., tiese wl
at The Pinehurst, enroute honme.'. Roy Miller I ft Wednesday for
William Ronald, who came over from 'h in-ago.
.Rollins Collins to enjoy the races, left Mrs. l)avenport -pent Saturday last
Monday on the return trip. at Port (range.
Thomas Oyama has let the ciotrac-t Among our visitors were the Misses
fora two-story business block on theiMayl l illifc aln All; Mabb tte, Mrs.
ground recently purchased of Dr. Van- Sieed, Mrs. Lawrcn e Thoryson. and
Miss Jacksoin.
Valzah, on Seabreeze avenue, adjoining i
his concrete building. Seabireeeze avenue j M yrs wa tn M. Kline
is bound to be a good business street in o I
the near future. It already affords two o olr' hi is rinco
good groceries, a book and gentleman's prlrtion.
clothing store, millinery establishmillenti
andThe tde of .abnz-ry.) n N
The students of 'Seabreezv-Davtonfl KINGSTON


IrneiTr. Mir. Latesi was greatly pointed at not beiing able to maket a i-:rd Sunday afternoon. Dr. Evernden, M
light while here and had it nt I)ten for Slunday school superintendent, has d
their disabling of his engine, lie would built up a good attendance among the ts
I avererma ,ci unt I tite wind condi- tourist young people. Billie Davis is g1
tions permitted his ascent. lie was se...r try, and reported $1 collections, st
just on the point of flight when the ac- wIjich- is creditable for the size of the!o
cident tco his machine occurred, in fact, ci l
one of tlhe photographers present at the SEABI-REZE, March 21 -Guests at T
time has writt-n Mr. Bates that Ie so- the Princess Issena were well entertained h
cured a good picture of thec aeroplane, i Sunday and Monday evenings by De- o
:is it was lois:'d in thet air, lt-ar of tlt- I WVigh[t Prouty, of Boston, with choice s
grouri: tl n that occas.iotn. I records on his splendid phonograph. w
I The following arrivals were noted at i
I ).- v I ..- -

*Itu.-lin-ss Iopportaunity taf t: lift tii-i
\\ are- ulffrini tht(- co- unity ri Ills (f
new IhisiiIes at a sl.iallt amo ntll- X-
comnpetiticn e:-si!ry soll and very profit
alhl. We don't want your money until
-ou are satisli,-dl with your purchase
F-,or further information :tadlrs thi
I.e Ro Comatlny, .Bro.adway, Nei


- 3,035,571
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2 38,740
= 50,140
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the PrIncess Issena yesterday: Miss M.
W. Clark, Owensboro, Ky.; Mrs E. J
Funk and brother, R. W. Pike, Grant,
Fla.; S. P. Snider, Minneapolis, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, who have
spent the winter on Hlalifaxavenue,have



"'.taken the Smith flat, on (;randview av-
Miss Helen Platt, of Riverside, Ill.,
and friend, Mrs. L. A. Rowland, of St.
Paul, Minn., arrived from the Southyes-
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tir iay ianlu are guests of AMIS tRussell.
Mrs. L. Z. Burdick's Sunday school
class are preparing an Easter entertain-
i ment consisting of songs and recitations
to be held at the M. E. church on the
'afternoon of April Ilth.
Mrs. Wallace and Mrs. Campbell,
guests of The Mayfield, and the gracious
hostess., Mrs. Rankin, had a delightful
Strip up the To ioka Monday. They
counted eleven alligators, and enjoyed
the rain on the river and the soft gray

i Miss Elizabeth Maze, of New York
Siity, has purchased of M. L. Waggoner,
jlt I,t I and 30 on IUniversity avenue and
t .-I] t NA -;-# U-- 1111 9-1

each public school are working zealous ^ J
)r second place in the Bush & Salford KIXNG;STON, April I-Mrs. Frierson
iano Contest, and the various reports and two children accompanied by her
re watched with eager interest. sister. Miss Katie Yeargen, all of De-
DAYTONA BEACH, March :3l-The Land. were over last week attending
iwn council met in regular session the races. They were guests of Mrs. IH.
monday night. The new officers were T.l Mc('cllan.
uly qualified, and the routine business Wti. Crane anl wife. who have been
taken up. The same ordinanc- for living f(,r -oe tile ti on Mulberry street,
ranting a franchise for an electric a'd Harry Van D)ine, wh.' wasa guest at
street car line through certain streets t;ilt Frd:dti., have gone back to I)e.and
f Daytona Beach to the same 'lt twte irliC w.re driving hacks here
rantees, namelv, (Gto. N. I)av;s, C. (. for John C(raior, of I)lanld.
ruxbury and Thos 1). Bradtfie-ll, was Kingstion Sc-l.ol made quite a sprint
brought before the council andIl pa sscd on the hltre run in thte piano -ontest.
n first and second readin.gs. (Gooti Hlr piatrt,is stood ,by her, and her
street car service at a rteasonabler r:atc friends ciarne ably to her assistance, and
rill do more for the peninsula towns, if \in or lose, we are profoundly grateful
t connects with the depot, thani any t, :11 w-ho rt-ncl-redid aid and feel that we!
their one item that may clon Iteefore hlav\ fought a good fight, for we recog-
he.people for some tie i n e the i.<-;lcti --eze Hligh .lhSchool and
E. A. Branch has just-leas cd i -an 'Wilan: opera house,, foeien worthy of
Villa and the adjoining cottage to Mrs. our steel
V. W. Alcott, of DeLand, who will c-on- l.rs. V. C. I Fuuay, of Holly Hill. is
Luct it as a boarding hLouse during tlhe assisting Mrs. Hch this week in her'
wason. ,lrt-s'iakii business. I
M. Bought, of P tir. atnd Mrs. H. 1'. McClellan were
Mrs. Boughton, of Palat I, l l, called to DI)l.anrd yesterday to the
rom the keys Hid is visiting Mrs. K. A. f..
rom te Kys an i visiting Mrs. E. A. fu-rl of tht-ir nephew, Wilbur Her-i
ranch. I,-rt, wholidi-l v-ery suddenly Tuesday
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wlllntveUU it I Iltle ll esorel l ati L
the parsonage Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Schreller. tourists wl.o
were sojournin-at Tile -lIrac Iue tf-wdas:go:111.a 1.c jlieavr

Miss Marvin Harwell, who f-ll down,
tlh- -tairw:ty at thie boarding house a

DAYTONA BEACH. March 29.-J. Jumped Froma Window
J. Haney, a former resident of S,.a-
breeze, is here from Atlanta, Ga.. on a And Dsapeared.
visit with friends. Mr. Haney says good Wednesday afternoon, when train No.
prices for cotton has brought prosperity 74. northbound reached Daytona the
to the farmers of the "cracker State conductor left word with parties at the
Mrs. Thornburg and charming daugh- depot that a woman, evidently de-
ter, Miss Thornburg, who hiave spent it-nted, had left the train at this point
some time at Surf Crest, left the first (f : and C. Nusbaumt found Justice Titus
the week for Winter Park to visit and imparted the fact to him.
friends, enroute to St. Augustine and Mr. Titus and Marshal Myers found
Knoxville, Tenn., their ho me town. the woman, who in the meantime had
Mr. and Mrs. A. Ayers, Mr and Mrs. secured a hat and cloak from Mrs. Troy
W. Holmes, Miss Mullett and AMrs. Agn s at the Troy house, on Volusia avenue.
Charfey had a pleasant boat trip to Mr. having alighted from the train minus
Zimmerman's grove Saturday in Mr. these articles, and took her in acarriage
Ayers' good traveler. to the Daytona Hospital and Sanitar-
By invitation, W. S. Holmes will ad- ilu where she was cared for and put to
dress the Epworth League Sunday even- i,(.d.
ing on the subject of Missions. In the early evening the marshal re-
Mrs. Smith-Young and nephew cciv\dc a wire from Sheriff C. J. Perry,
left Saturday for Atlanta, were they at t Augustine, asking him to arrest
-ill be joined by Mr. Young,on-d .con aind hold Margaret Ledwith, demented,
tinue their journey to Michigan. who had left train No 74 at Daytona.
Mr. and M. Sweet and friend, Miss until someone could l e sent here for
Brewer, who have occupied apartments the Mr. r Myers wired in return that
\in the Smith block, Seabrzeze avenue.. lthe woman was here and to send for
left the latter part of last week for St. i aar, only to find shortly afterward that
Augustine, and points north to Illinois. shei had escaped from the hospital by
Mr. Sweet assisted H. G. Wilson in tl.e jumpiing from a window, clothed only
real estate business last winter. in her night dress. Sthe appealed to
Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer, pleasant 1Mrs. Felltt for clothing, saying
roomers in the Willson cottage, on Se- she Was escaping from her husband,
breeze avenue, left last week for their whoilt had thlrrett:ned to kill her, and was
Northern home. Mr. Mortimer pur- furnished with a dress and other articles
chased a lot on Palmetto avenue last o f wearing apparel.
winter, and it is understood that he will t1er brother ant sister reached tnis
build before another season. city from St. Augustine shortly after
Smiditght, only t. learv of the escape
Mr. and Mrs. Hambrick, who are i t
r. a s. H, and disappearance and at this writing
spending the winter on Seabreeze ave- t .
thle lady had not been found.
nue, made up a charter party it! the
"Wide-a-Wake" for the Inlet, Saturday,
and had a fine outing.
The School Board Trustees met in HOLLY HILL
-regular session Friday night of l-atj J
week. ,
l110LY HILL. Mar.h 31-NMr. and1


St Is tle welt of you, sisic 1-ib-.g -atjii
crumbling ?
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Ice sliding and snow-bailing Uime!
Little shoes can't be too stouL
Buster Brown Shccs nre built to stand ^(
bard knocks-to keep out the cold and
moisture-to e.:er and wear.
They save doctor and shoe-make" bills.

For Boys and Ciris $.S to $2.50.

TAcording-to sizl'S.


* l'rogromisive .4 ange G (.row-.ra :rr.- %pruyiant, I heir (mro with
* tctaust- Rchuirr'T. inst-ticide Is Guawraiteed l okill v--rv White Fly. Imr_
* e ru e, let-ale nd sMite- Itit Iliv t th- sprasy. 4 '&: I-an .. I v Ii ii' ti'- I fu t rr. 'exe
whemn twoesawe in bloom.
* SOc Pe0 Gallon. 30 Galloa make 2.000 Gvallqo Spvsl!.
* !I m.j, Iii l 'it rietwi --Altiaitt- upi-to-th:ate.
. 3 S MCHAR a t CO.. Mfrs.. ORLANDO. FILA..ar-;



Capital -

Stockholders ]Lialility

Actual security to depo)sitlors


1( l,x000

NOTE:- Tills Bank is Number One on lhe "Honor Roll" of
National Bainks i Florila,. ;atil Ni,. 1.87 it tie whole
I united States, a, ;mnj tiil, r s. ixty eight liai retd National


Proven by olur sulccest' s a;ttUl ,ur rtliut:ationl.


Ask our patrons.


Open an arctiunt with l s 1and wi\- uill tlet'ionstrate it.



were sojourning at the Branch house, left fv.w days ago and received pluite severe
yesterday for St. Augustine ennrcute to, -r:in of the wri-t, is Iale to attend to ---- --n-~eAoLea---a aX MASONIC DIRECTORY.
their home in Illinois. h,-r ( ties in the.- :cholrooLn IIy carry-l' I oHa N t. M. Ls It ai:r.rd Thur da s
y 0 Legal Notices Ii t m.: vmf:ai rF: I. 5,.
Mrs. Alcott and sister, Mrs. D)oi:gl!-, i! ii elr IlaL.ite inir ill a slibng. a Ir : : I-", K. A. M-
I i ....I '-'l ursda.tv
of DeLand, spent MIndav i:1 toT.i **3 ** <.I' (.ilrsd:M guests at the White 11oue. Dl)avytna has shipped three solid E NO RESIDENT IIA. No o S.-
aWalter L. W I e rs of celery this week O. L. NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT. -. *,l ..a,.ay.
Walter L. Biggers. who lh s ..ii V) Vi:- .*ars of ( v this week, ". L." IN I I'i 'I'ITr r'RT--H..-v,-nth i c J1 I-f l('- AllI,,Isa n .,
Siting his mother, Mr. Buckn-r. anId 'Srin sending one on Monday fol- t of Fr ii aint. for Vu,i.i't .'-, "" -s orange a
joying the races, left Monday tor \Van lowl yesterday byv one by W F. IN Wert, Ohio. lIt ',lh 3 e Ol ade up bvy vrious ... ,.m-i. Ie candies.
Mrs. Hunter and little son r"wers. This ibgins to look like "IL '.IA" ** Home Made Candies.
Mrs. Hunter and little son, (,,rge t t thert is nWAMh more
who were here on a visit to h.rr father w. Rl t mplit s muth more to r.-tir.Hr-,. it:,i. ,. y,., int h.... I' r a. ,c g
* Mr lruckner ni..et f th.. i trr t lt... nt.. .. i., ... ....... .. .




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b in tins is the best food

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matter how long you keep it o

> how hot the weather is.

Q It's the greatest strength!

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Q money.

Q Quaker-Scotch Oats family size package con-
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S-e-Let us show you something in
O sterling silver or cut glass for that
Sweddilg present. All goods en-

L oci G EU. II. CLARK, Jeweler.

Make our store your store New,
catchy, up-to-the-minute roods com-
ing in daily. Prices are an- always
have been right. Referen&d, any-
body. L. H. ROWE & Co.,
The Jewelers.
Marvin Goodman, a hustling bus-
iness man of Titusville. spent 'Tues
day afternoon in this city.

Theo. Sengstak and family, of
Daytona Beach, departed Tuteslayv
morning for Washington, ). C.
C. H. Keelhr, who has for several
seasons past served as city reporter
of the Halifax Journal, left Sunlday
morning for his home at Dixon, Ill.
Arthur and Fletcher Stewart, v;ho
were up from Melbourne to see the
automobile races and hall game. re
turned to that place Saturday of last
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Holmes re-
turned from Jacksonville Saturday
of last week, where Mr. lloties
had been called by business in tile
middle of the week.
Photographer Gardiner succeeded
in getting some very striking pic-
tures of the big automobile par:ulde
as they were lined up in frout of
the Daily News office last week.
A force of S. H. Gove's men are

Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H. White de-
parted Tuesday for their home in
SMiss Mamie Glenn is again at her
place in the Peck-Hendricks store
after a two weeks absence due to
The copious down-pours of Mon-
day and Monday night have been
wonderfully helpful to vegetation,
which responded immediately.
Mark Isaacs, who, for some time
last, has been pharmacist at
Y ~ -- > -

Geo. H. Foote, Jr, is home from
Asheville, N. C., on a visit to his

*The Parkinson House will he.
kept open during the month of April
*Will trade a 38-foot launch, in
commission, for an auto. W. A.
Barker, Ormond, Fla. 45-4t
liss Ethel Gardiner and Miss
Bessie Bingham accompanied Mr.
and Mrs. F. B. Wright on'their re-
turn to St. Augustine, Wednesday.,

J. N. Gamble will give his' Sun-
day School class of the M. E.
Church, Daytona Beach. their annual
picnic to Spruce Creek, aboard the
Westwind, today.

Siung s i narmacy, nas resigned his i Nyal's face Cream for sunburn
position to accept one in Jackson- and tan, 25e.
ville. I\HANKI., The Druggist.
:Nval's Face Cream for sunburn W. H. Peck, formerly with The
an1d ltan, 15c. Globe, has again gone into business
liA\KIS, The Druggist. in the Weaver building on North
Miss Besse Pitcher, formerly Mrs Beach street, handling shoes, cloth-
C. S. Iierian, was married the latter ing, gent's furnishings, etc.
part of last week to Rev Mr. Tabor, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Hallock ant
pastor of the Methodist Church at Irving Knowlton closed their winter
DeLandl. home on North Palmetto avenue
1). '. Clifton, of Holly Hill, is yesterday and departed for Millers
marketing some fine new Irish po- Place, L. I., for the summer.
tatoes in this city. Mr. Clifton says Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Holman and
he will have about a hundred Henry Schmidt accompanied Mr.
bushels of the tubers. and Mrs. Conrad Stubenbord to St.
Mrs. A. Smith, who has been visit- Augustine Tuesday aboard Mr. Stu-
ing her cousin, Mrs. G. A. Foye, on benbord's yacht, the Ernestine.
Itidgewood avenue, for the past three Notice the people whose glasses
or four months, left Wednesday for are becoming are the ones wearing
her home at Chateaugay, N. Y. the new Finer Piece mountain. I

Mrs. Perkins who accompanied
Mrs. D. A. Blodgett to this city from
1( dn- P Id.:l Mi; -h da dtat Wad-

have them in gold and gold filled.
NXiEI.-E H. CI.AIuK, Optometrist.

erecting a neat cottage for Mrs. "'"" '(L' III-"ILtU- U .) UVU ,",U- Miss H. J.Williamson, Wm. Wood-
.lennie Van Iorn on the Myrtle nesday on her return to Grand worth and the latter's sister, Mrs
avenue frontage of her property at Iapids, called home by the death of Ida Borden, fllends of Mr. and Mrs.
the corner of that street and al- er father-in-law. F. D. Spring, left Thursday to make
metto avenue. A party from The Willmer con- the Ocklawaha ri er trip before re-
Dr. Houghto, dentist, west en listing of A. J. Williams, Eugene turning north. Miss Williamson
South Bridge eck block, phone Gastel, H. Skinner and Mr. Du- goes to Rochester and rs. Borden
South Bridge. eck block, is an son made a very success- and Mr. Woodworth to Victor, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs iR. S. Bullard, of ful v.;ta-T of fish yesterday including They have been touring among the
Springfield, Ill., who have been in :i number ,f line trout. West India islands, at Panama and
the city for the past six weeks, a. elsewhere since the middle of .lauu-
guests of Thle Morgan. left Thursday L.arem'e Thompson recently sold ary.
of last week on their return north. his h o"'" o llalifax avenue, Day-
Mrs. Bullard is a sister of Mrs. Win. t.,na It.;ah. which D. McLaren and *"lWANTEI,-To rent three rooms
lall, of North Beach street, famIily have been occupying, to Mrs for light hous-keeping, or table
.IlHlia '. Longstreth, or Columbus, board furnished; modern convenlen-
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Welch, ioh,, i ii,,, who is Mrs. McLaren's mother. ces. Very reasonable rates to perma-
have been visiting with .l1rs nent occupants. First house west
Welch's cousins, W. W. and. ;lie Ialph Quigg, who has been hand- of Carroll's grocery.
Misses Abercrombie, at the Wayslide ling the Jacksonville Times-Union tf Mrs. C L,. Harvey.
Inn on Myrtle avenue for the 1:ast delivery business in this city for
ten days, left ''uesdav morning f,r some tinm, has turned over the route *A BAI;AIN.-In order to change
their home at Charleston, S. C. to ('lile Miller, finding the work at climates, on account of poor health,
L the bakery is demanding all of his. I will trade my property and busi-
David Hall, a brother of '1t" hitI. ness, valued at $7.0(n), consisting of
Hall of North Beach street, who hli~ one of the best corner lots in the best
been a guest of The Morgan during I 'T'ie change from winter to sum- block in a county seat town of 15(0t
the winter, left Saturday morning, 1j er schedule on the F. E. C. ty population in one of the best agricul-
for St Augustine, where lie will conimnenced 'l'hursdav with the re- tural counties of Minnesota, together
stop for a time before iolrneying ho j val of trains No.'s ;3 and 34, the with suitable buildings to carry on
north to his home at Springlild, former due here from the north at the business of Baking (the only one
Ill. 7:0,1; p. m. and the latter at 8:24 a in town) and restaurant, fruit and

>L.I. lr hl

Im from the south.

I:eward oft .$ll) will be givenn li'er 1 -r. an Mrs. J. E. Price and son.
by returning to Dr. S-hneIer, .-l om,. who own a winter home ii.
Nc .1i Ridgewood. ti 1)Dytmona and a summer abode ai
The J. N. )Davis residen-e pr.lp- MarbleI ('lilf, (Ohio, contemplate ai
ertv 'on South Iidgewull avIIenute 'tri to tihe Pacific Coast the comintl
w: ssldl last week to Vi-tor lilh:nm- stllllnr and will attend the Elk-
field, of Winchester, Kv. Mr. (',otnvntion at Los Angeles.
Bloomfield contemplates revinIII rs. A. ('. Phillips and daughter.
the IDavis cottage and, replh.ing it s. hips an dug h .
with a more c ommodious, r mP .irn Miss Vera, of Manchester, Iowa, who
resident havc becn with their friends, Mr
residence. jl Mrs. E. 11. Condit, corner ol
Mr. and Mrs. Al. IBloldgettf IntI l'almetto and Orange avenues, since
son, of Fairhault, Minn., who h;;ve s, onte time in January, departed
been spending the winter in liay- X hWednesday on their return north.
tona, departed Tuesday of last wetek
for Washington, to visit thi-ir )Daytna was visited this season
daughter and also their nit,.-, h ,v thuimsands of new faces and with-
a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. u t exceptions, so far as the reporter
Blodgett, of South iidLewo),l at;e heard, all were enthusiastic over hei
nue, who are attending ',ill, in many beauities. 1There is hardly a
the Capital City. nok ,r corner of the I united States
w.. I,,ut I has a booster for lDa'vtona

IIM W MII 114111 i t MKI Z l 1,7v 1%?l I t L J
LAocal No. 11, rick .Lavyrs :tul
Masons International I'niion. lr Mr. and Mrs. I. 1. Alger, who
preparing to lmlve the oifli'e hluilii have I,.'eu located during the winter
from the 0. G. l binsoln propertyM iln .Mrs. ('. A. Ellenwood's Bay street
oil North Beach street to, their lot 'colta'ie. left Monday on their return
on the opposite side of the stre-t North Their niece, Miss Minnie
and will enlarge the building ciit ie Simllcy who lhas been with them,
at this time or a little later ill fic will leave friday for Lowell, Mass.
v.i r

... -Arthur II. Watson, chief engin-
S Mrs. M. luston and sister, Mi?:s c>r of the steamer Palm Beach.
Mollie Wilder, entertained the I.;- i hicih plies between Palm Beach and
dies' Reading Circle Friday of V. Pa li each,was in Daytona Tues-
last week :.s a farewell to Mrs. day the- guest of Benj. McCoy, who
Stark, who left with Mr. Stark M 11- wais showing g Mr. Watson the sights
day morning for their ('incin lati htfore lie departed 1 for Park Ridge.
home. The husbauidls of the iciini- N ..
bers were included in iithe invitation
and a very pleasant social time was Irniest Kreitzberg and family
enjoyve. left Thursday morning for their
1: Slumier homlle at Echo, Long Island.
Eugene Gaestel, tihe N. S. 11 mi- Mr. K ireit lzerg owns a fine home
torevcle man did not leave with die on Velusia avenue near the electric
rest of the inotortycle am all )i-yel light pll:int ianid lie and his estima-
.party but will remain here thisblel,, family have many friends in
week in order to try lout ant Dl)avtona.
get Ilis machine into snll. thl
running order for races 1 ie exp ,ts I letters .and l papers tell of belated
soon to enter. Hils motorcycle. i- a snowstorms in many sections of the
new one. right from the factor-y in North. and those who went away
Germany and too new to do lmu-ch early last week found pretty good
in the races here but he likes -the sleigh-riding. This was quite a
beach as a practice ground so will change from sitting in the warm
slay longer. sald on the beach and watching the
spel)'l kings tit by.
+Collars 2 cents, all style of shirts
IlI cents, with work left and calleL: ('. M. Brokaw. proprietor of the

Sconfectionery. from which I sell soft
drinks and soda after r from a line
fountain; also tobacco, pipes, cigars.
Notions, post cards, etc. Sales run
from between S IA ,( K and $ 12,4 H n)
per year, with small expenses. Will
trade for property in Daytona or
New Smyrna, Fla., or vicinity, or
part property and part cash. If in-
terested communicate with owner,
A. E. McLeod, P. (. Box 177 Or-
mond. Fla., before May Ist, 19)09.
Can show views of town and build-
ing. wt.

L. C. Demaree (loes North.

Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Demaree departed
yesterday for the east, where they will
spend the summer at points in New Jer-
sey, Maryland and Virginia. with a view
of locating permanently in one- of these
states, having recently disposed of their
property in Kentucky. Mr. Demaree,
as city editor of the Daily News, as-
sisted heartily in making the paper so
great a success and his brilliant write-
up of local happenings and his clever ar-
ticles in general made the front page of
the Daily always popular and interest-
ing. May success he with hilll in his
new move.



F. W. Pope, Jr., and Miss Louise
Sprosesser Hurled to Ground.
Injuries Are Slight.



Organized Band Operating Sys=-
tematically, Riding In An
Tuesday night about midnight .S.Shvlar,!
who lives with his son, 1. I. Shear, on :
,the corner of Ridgewood and Fairview
avenues, awoke to find a light burning ,
in his room Hastily glancing around |
he discovered two men on their krnes
going through his trunk.
He made for his cane, and began bat-
tle. when one of the men cut through
Mr. Shear's night clothes, inlictinflg a
slight flesh wound, but he was more in-
tent on getting out, and did so through
a window, jumping to the ground below.
The other burglar had gotten out and
gone down a ladder, which they had
taken froif under the house and put
against the upstairs veranda.
hlle pair had gone up by the ladder.
and cut a screen out of Mr Shear' win-
dow, gaining access by this means.
Mrs. Entrekin, who resides across the
street, was up administering medicine
I to a sick child and heard an automobile
stop out in front. She looked out in
time to see it disappear, closely followed
by a bicycle. It is supposed accom-
plices were in the automobile and that
the bicycle or bicycles were in readiness
in'case the automobile had to Iave pre-
mat urely
I'pon an investigation Mr. Shear dis-
covered that the thieves had made way
with t 10 in cash and a gold watch.
It seems that there is an organized
pair or gang of burglars who are system-
atically working the town, and usually



New Yorker Buys 300 Acres
And Brings Colony To
Develop It.

with goed results Keep your firearms E. II. Hlerrich, President of the Her-
ready and try to mark one of the burg- rich Realty Company, Fifth avenue,
lars so that the watches, at least, may New York, has recently closed a deal for
be recovered, several hundred acres of land adjoining
dIhe old sugar mill property at Port
ED MASIELD SERIO Y Mr. Herrich will proceed at once to de-
vUelop't the tract of land and~if the results
HURT AN AUOare s satisfactory as he hopes they may
he ltwill add to his tract other hun-
dreds of acres, and where there is now
He Is Carried To a Room Over marsh and a jungle of worthless native
anki' D g S e Ad vegetation lie will grow vegetables, fruit
Hankins' Drug Store And stock.
Wounds Dressed. Mr lienich thinks, as do hundreds of
Wednesday 9 others, that this section has a wonderful
ed. nsdayl mornn aoit 'clck u future in truck. fruit and other farming
Ed. Manyheld was riding hIs lbicycle 111)
d. Mansield wa. riding his bi e up and lie proposes to go at it in a system-
Beach street and when at a pints prt- atic and business-like way and demon-
site the ltankins' phairnacy wirs run
St an i re state its money-making possibilities.
down by an automobile driven ly It. \\V.
downb. It is AiMr llerrlch's purpose to bring
House and seriously injured. don a number of German farmers,
Mr. Mansfield was dragged n few fet- n a n o
d wn p u e f u practical, experienced men, who will
mid when picked up e!ned fatally hurt
.ut upon exaerc-t cozy cottages upon this land and
t un e proceed to clear and plant it. They will
and Hohannon. whlo were hastily surm
and Bannon. w howre hasti s grow the usual vegetables and will also
morncd, it is thought he is not se-ri-
gi i t i n row fruits and keep stock, chickens,
ouslh injured internally and fiis recovery p
is hoped foigr. and cattle.
is hoed for.ile While citrus fruits, such as oranges, of
Various kinds, lemons, limes, grapefruit,
brought down from St. Augustine and kumquots and other fruits such as gua-
was driven hy H. \V. House, of the St.
was driven hy H. W. louse, of the St. vas, peaches, etc., are growing they will
Augustine Garage. The owner of tlhe raise strawberries and vegetables in the
car, (:. M. Montgomery. of Oak Iill. vineyards and orchards.
and his friend, J. C. Williaiis, we.re i lh- proposes to carry improved stock
the car at the time of tlhe a-cildefrt.
Stf, supplant the razorback and the scrub
Te fs t he i at-d :. gathl-tlr Vtlf, and is eminently correct in his le-
frour later ystain the ais I tloirt i lit-f that siAy beans, cow peas, beggar-
hour later in tlhet iay,,t"- ,,lt, %%vi-rt" wweed,l Japan cane, bermuda grass and

subsltanlttilly as IolloW.-
The party in the touring <-ar canti-
down Volusia avenue and turn 'ed into
Beach street, at a mo terate rate of
speed. sounding thi- horn. Maisti-.id
was -co)ing ul) Beach at a leIisure pac but for some reason turned his heal .anti
was glancing back.
When he looked ahead amizain his whiel
and the auto wtre in sunh close, prox-
inuity as to Ibe alarming and a dodgingig
game" began with the result thltt ther--
was a collision
Nobody set-niin t(o b to lhaw. l'Ti-
car, which was not corning fast, turned
the corner as is customary iand soutnititit

clover, where they lime the soil, can lI.
grown in great abundance and dairying
:can he made immensely profitable.
A few practical, energetic, thrifty
(;ermans with some good cows will ac-
c,:iplish results in this hospitable cli-
;iate and soil that will be an eye-opener
for the natives.
)Do you observe these beautiful
patches of clover lining the Daytona
tr.-ets in places. It is the dust from
the pulverized oystershells blown out
u;iiont the ground or washed out from
th,- pav-cclits and streets which en-
a.,hles the beautiful patches of green
-l',-ver to establish itself.

the horn. Mr. Man-fieold was noit ritinag .lr. errich is going into the truck-
too fast, and but for someattrti fruit-growing and stock raising ven-
sitght or sound which eelist-ed hi- attni- ture -it enthusiasm and intelligence
tion, causing him to lotk h:ack at a ca it- iI tht i what it takes to win. ly-
ical moment, there was no rea.sont f,,! ..
s tt'rIa is sorry he could not buy land at
serious a mix-up. ati-factor figures adjoining this city.
T'heret have been se.ver:d alcls --Alls ffgtut
T Several families have just arrived at
life this winter but this is the most sr- N rt range, and buildings are going
: PoTrt n)range,nand buildings are going
ous so far. The extent of Maintill- iri up. The colonization scheme will be
juries cannot le detinit tly ascertaini vatct-het with eagerness, and everybody
The autotm blle party was calhi d :tl ,p i it may prove an immense success.
once before the Mayor's Court. and.,
after hearing th,- tt--timnlr y of tlhe Ihiv,-r I
of the car. the passeng-.rs. and a itnun- City Council Approves.
ber of bystanl'rs. all whom teititia -a
substantial to the fall whts ert-it- ( Cuincil met last night in special ses-
substantially to the facts as h4rws ti ,

recited. Mayor c;reen tli-ni.,',I thli-n :a-
no blame could be attached to thu inI fcor
the accident.
Late reports say that tht- intjuir d mai:
is on the way to recovery.

-L'-t. Irr-uident Gjovt in int cnair.
ihere were- present Aldermen Conrad,
I O-lorlne, Klock and Mills. An ordi-
j i:ance providing for and requiring bonds
Sto t-e furnished by the members of the
Po alrd oIf lPubli- Works for the sum of
. ,

Wednesday evening, about six o'clock, The Palmetto Club Elects Officers.; .-' '1,00 for tle Iatitnll performance or
as F.W. Pope, Jr. was coming up' their duties was passed.
liK- eattica-r t tof h1 alniatt" ma a lill, Muvov- v lderman lKlock seccnoded
Ridgewood avenu-, in his automobile Theti a ef the almtti Ilu .oved by Alderman Klock, spconded
accompaniedhv yMiss Louise Sprosesse-r rlectedat th- llig h l v.Alderman ()Lborne, that the ity
of Watertown, Wis, who has been visit-, Apriirst Viwe'rt Ctiuil does hereby approve the sal. of
ing Miss Hull at Daytona Iteach. le First ie reii t--- Mrs. .itle I i,. water works boids to the- Win. R.
CIecordm lla Co., ";t.. Loui. M Carri#_
met with a a-cident whi,-h. although ecording ..try-.. Et 1. Cmt Cao., Sr. Louis, Mo Carri-d
,ho,.rlllker. lnait iousl-|
it might have been of a verv serifals l"iaaker- ,, ,-
nature, resulted in no gr-at injury to. -
either of the occupants of th. imacthine. Auditlr--ai e- i ihr I (ratified With Season's Business.
Mr. Pop.- was running slowly and just T. e ext n'etingill he i i \: .
as lie prepared to turn into )range Sth at which tinit- Ilr. Sailuilti i'. I V\ I' t:\ jlropprietor of cigar factory
as he prepared to turn into OrangefNrtheach street. is grati-
avenue from Ridgewotod. ti- sprir. clip d. of r- ill-c.rth street is gr-
auke tig the Jod of the auto t f ort a:i lh'ii-. 1. L .- :tys, with the amount of busi
.biuk, letting tle b, odv of the automo-ce
.. -:^~ ." ,',lri: da'le since opening up


He= Are fcts Bacd Up Iby a SBh

Debility is caused by catarrh. In on
opinion, a person free from Catarrh was
never troubled with Debility. Debilitycam
never be cured by medicine not designed
to cure Catarrh. We positively gaantee
to cure Catarrh, and thus cure Debiity.
In every case where we fail to effect acure
we will not charge a cent for the medicine
employed during the trial Now, surely
no one should hesitate to believe us or te
put our claim to a practical test under suc
conditions. We take all the risk,; no one
else can lose anything by the transaction.
We make these statements and this
offer because e know and have time and
again proved that Rexall Mucu-Tone wiB
cure Catarrh. It is designed for that one
particular purpose.@It is not a cure-all
prescribed to cure every disease that flesh
is heir to. It is a specific. Rexall Mucu-
Tone is absorbed in the stomach and
carried by the blood until it penetrates
every part of the body, acting as an anti-
septic, disinfecting, cleansing, soothing
and healing agent. It ride the system of
all germ and poisonous matter, purifies
and enriches the blood, rebuilds injured
tissues, cleanses and invigorates the muco-
cells, neutralizes the acids of the body,
stops mucus discharge, tones up the entire
system, promotes nutrition, increases body
weight, and brings about a feeling of health.
fulness that is lasting.
\e have Rexari Much-Tone in two
sizes. Prices oc.and t.oo. We urge ye
to try a bottle on our guarantee.
Garth B. Young. Daytona, Fla.



Complete Gas Plants Installed.

Plumbing and Heating Supplies.




Brass and Galv. Pipe and Fittings.

Fairbanks & Morse Engines & Pumps.

Niagara Hydraulic Rams.

Ireland Pipe Wrenches.


Phone 96.

11 Orange Avenue.

;IuuMaESS A u-i-mnum

c. SCHNEIDER. P.. 1).
Physician and Surgeon.
302 North Ridgewood

Phone 193, Daytona, Florida
Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.,
i to S p. Im.

Fitzgerald & Oates
Attorneys at Law
Special Attention to yrntmin|ng and
Perfecting Land Titles.
Conrad Block, DAYTONA, FLA.

t'arv IP. landis

Bert Fish


Physician & Surgeon.
Office or Volusia avenue first door
west of Ilankins Pharmacy.


Attorneys at Law
Practicing in all State and Federal
Courts. :lvil orCrimiasl business giv-
en careful attention. Special eltte*s
for investigating and perfecting titles.
DeLand. Florida.


Physician and Surgeon Volusia County Abstract, Investment
and Title Insurance Company.
Special attention to diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Office i Abstracts furnished and titles perfect-
ye, Ear, roaan ose.ed. Maps, Plats and Blue Prints sup-
and residence, Magnolia avenue. 3rd piled. Bert Fish,Pres;Carey -D. Landis,
door west of P. O., telephone 82. iec'y and Treas Opposite Volutsa Co.
SHce hours 9 a. in. to p. m. n. ank, DeLand, Fla.


Physician and Surgeon
Special attention given to Diseases of
the Eye and Fitting ft (;lass.'s. ottcre
over Globe clothing store. office hours
7 to 4a. ni.I to:;:lo, p. I., to ,:i*a p. IIn.
ItAYrTNA. l-'l.A.


I lomeopathic I hysicinI
No. 453 North Beach Street.
Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30 and i:00
to 7:30.
Telephone No. 122.

I )cntist

offtic: ('orlner lantlgewaatao l a iValuslit


WA' I()WI- ,. 1).
Phyic ian and Surg-eon.
Office and residence: 123i" So. IRidge-
wood Avenue, opp Ridgewo,,t l o-
tel. Phone 175. Office hours: 9 to
11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 6:30 to S p. m.

I). 1). & C. M. ROGERS

Civil Engineers

Offices DAYTONA and

Daytona Office Established 1875

Daytona Private Hos-
pital and Sanitarium
Every facility forthe proper treatment
and care of medical and surgical cases.
Fltctrical appliances, trained nurses,
quiet surrounding. Special attention
given to all patients. Terms on appli-
cation. No. 435 8. Beach S.. Daytona.
Physlclan in Charge.


Anderson Building,
So. Beach Street.

Architect Builder and
Residence and office, northeast cor-
ner Ridgewood and Volusia ave.
Phone 89. Daytona, Fla

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Ihe sluccetss of Tie Saill Mateo( Cligar is one of
tlte greatest illustrial triumphll)s of the East Coast
llice tile freeze.
Made from the ,ili. ic.-t gro,,.ths of tohibacco that the penin-
sula of Florida ami the- l-,:ii i of ('Cula can pro(duee. and wrap-
pled with the rich, silky -leaf grwvn oin East Coast plantations,
the cigar inllustry f hile world lhas never produced better goods.
For sale by all the leadiling hotels and clubs and I, the Union
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VEGETABLES Fresh from the Farm

FISH Wrigglinc from the Water.

lhe prettiest l.ach a breaker ever thain- with refresthnents lth soid an liquid of spectators sat down in front of bothm i '
hrelupon..r,. fr .r,. l,,,htrbeautifulstand.and weretassdup solidlyway Earned runs--Brookklyn, 4:; Dyt,,a, L
ered upon- readly for a cruise upon her beautiful stands and were massed up solidly way 3. Tw bs hit~s-Alperman, Hergen. *Phill p E. Rob nson. Architect. L G ILY M A N
The new Ilocation for thel (;,.i vIII start ia buihlitig ollerin ,.otlkedh" i w -pt i e rm t m ,, titV h, ..dt. hih g reat many autonm obiles Burch (3), M eElveen, (2). Catterson. -.,Fwkf-atht-n&I lBd 'g
ill start a ilding oom somet swep the river from Ormond ridge to side which U great many automobiles ome runs-MeMlillan, Marshall. Sacri- Wavannl ". -
k.ke two miles soulh of the ftrniter lo-t-a- ponc. Park light hoe. thIen say :unld .carri-.ges filled with spectators were ee hits-BellPuttee, Kustus. Hunter L il.. m
ion, and (his will have a bearing on hwhe h.ilr the Halifax isn't a thing of parked in the field. Outside the Struck out-Pustorius, 1; l.il lm, L, PIatio. )Ities. *
'ation oi f the big cn-crte hbrid, e 1,,,ION and a j,y- f.,r.\ve.r and on f pr-,senh.-nIt-d a very picturesque appearance Bases on balls -Pastorius, 1. Ba, ,- i otn ro a' i M E LA Do Vist O,
%hich itill :-o ,r orhr latter span till .I h n,,l ,ern wnd rs, al-) (Ced r avenue before the game Bdees on b spiu l1. s .s lsn rt c tiVY
ax. T i he Enchantinly lPicturesque Ridgewood. cotnmenced was jammed with pedestri- i noston. 0*
In ta visit to l:ytona : f-w days .go 'ltidg\wo\- avnu i' upon tlh.-r-st, f :tns:. wheeltnen surreys, motor cars, etc.. Time--l:30. S,,. -aq vtannah, LADIES HATTERS
representatives Jas E Alexander as.-- broad ridge straight a: the ,cr. w lito,. :wd a large space had been cleared in Will Spend the Winters Here. Crrt Stle OPEN TH
tired ilt- Dailyv Nes that tilthe prospect and thte widh-spr-'adin ri.r:nca-lws of the front of the grounds to park the vehi- NOTICE correct in Styles. ALL
s good for State aidl on such bridge. i,.avv-lrunk'd liv.-oaks .\t.nd their cles Hundreds of people were turned E. M. Holman. who recently sold hi N No iSouth eCh Street yto.
Mlr. Alexander thinks the State will will- ,iant irn~ :tr,.--s ,his inniticfnt vi-ta, :\'av who could not get seating accom- residence property, on Fairview avenue N-. i ..,-.- .x, tih,.t -ix ,,month. ;I i< *: ee** s***********eesa g*********og
1 : I i Z I -I I I :ti 1 1 4*l ,'-. lo I-\\ il I 1 1hi -2tI l Ih I l f .l ll i
intly vote :in appropriatlion of .siy one- f,,riningit an arch. aid frol ln thlw txitind- nm nations, hence Manager Morgan is to will leave for the Nurth, accomtipani-d !::,. I |i i,,-..-t t,, th,.. lh,,,.rnhi ..I.I.*--... .. .
hird thi- cost, an: d that Dayttona .iouild f.d tartis greatIt f,.tl.to ii f tpanlish lli- Ins on ratulated upon hispublic spirited, by Mrs. Holman, in about a we,-k. Mrs. n-; roir. I ou x .ilu <"t olu.ia 'ounltv. .
wear a ctrttii proportion of expe:s ,v y tl tr:n e winds from tropics.- as sporting instinct thatlead him to propose i Holman will go to Worcester, Mass.. .-#i. m%, n,.-..i I.,-.-.niI .,n.t .,,,p: 'i. ,or; |1111,ZI I1,111AI, _I'VI,
nid thle- cities on lite peninsular .ide .he. fatn ihv.; l.tookin,, str:iih1t ahead down thie gawe, and the syndicate of capital- their former home, and Mr. Hohnan to W_ 1-n:0l 111-,u'. "- ,.xt.>r of ti t cBRDE J. D. CONRAD F.N"
eittainder. l;i.-\ hit- slh.-ll str,-t ,,,. hlias tie ink- ists that underwrote the affair did not Dunkirk, N. Y., where he expects to Iti 1 N A.. 1 ,.is 01.:.e.i.tor. P "reslet VicPres. .
Tile prospect for thie ni:iaterializatOln prt-ssion of a fairyv path with Iti-hli dra- have to put up a cent because the game embark in the jewelry business, in ,,,-.i.ii.l. l;.. il-..1!611. Ii"-.
,f all th.ie, scheltmes whirh mIe:, so per,.ies but as you 0move dlong and cast as a paying one, notwithstanding the which he has had over twenty years ex- : /RH A N T S B A N
nuch for thle lDaytona ditri-t lhk a lleve fir:.t to tie right alnd itir toti th- enormous expense of bringing the big perience. Albert Holman will also go ... .
)righit indeed.,, artid are.:dy the .-,,ln tl hi f t 1s.4i-itui-,ictagrstt : @pl.il'l .-"\,l~~A 'i Nt\ I \ K
right ie an already he soud of rfl te a distinihed cottage lon- rooklyn teamrn here, feeding and hous- North about April 1st to attend the First pu,. l,.-. l:.) sAn osA o :
he hantier anol thie >u.z of i-. s.itw in tilhe niost delighlitful settings in- them, local transportation charges, Philadelphia ColleKe. Mr lHolmnan will Notice of Final Discharge. Capital Sto-l:... ................................... 5
are heard. surpassing Beauty o0 Our Cottage Hnams. and the expense ,or the use and arrang- still call Daytona his home and make a Six Iit,,,,h ;tf.-r dt|t-. ,r -.s soon Surplus.:,iual ]in.(tls ..... ......................
No, one of IDaytona s attraetimons..per- in, the grounds, the team. however, practice of spending his winters here. t,-tr-. ..i.-r a.a ,s,, -.- h,. i ill | i Iik ( < l -
h*ps( 0l11.n.1 1anls more nearly u"niveIrsal playing for the fun and novelty of the He intends to build a fine, mtnodern ,nvy ti>;li rtur u .- dmii.-Itr oi thelf ` our .ent III l ** .>nts l
MUV ~A WL ~INIU V attention and praise th'an S nic cotta,'. T* own'.r. f,,f th,.echar.. faur Greene represented the city, here in rising, but will keep up apnrt- .:. (''.: nr t ; Safe Deposit lloxes For Rent
i t villas ltril frottim every corner of thle ld gracefully tendered the freedom of mlents somewhere in the city to ,hI ,wli-h ar-,.
SAIS t.,,countrv and they lbrintl tlwir own archi- it to the visiting ball players, many of t" can return at any time. Mr. Honlan a.M. il\.,\i.I ... (+
tt Atural plans tlnd uiilb upild thlrnand whoml had with them their wives and clane here broken down in health frim lt,.-.mb,,r 1. 1I. .Adtministrator
Iwa thl,- architecture of one section of the ,hihloren. The best people in town at- overwork, but the balny clima-te- _
coupled with an active outdoor life ha a
..., OI countrydiffers from the architectture of tend th, gan, and at a reception and put himon his feet, and hle now f,.,. :-t ,'..,au::a. lau,,. puL MR-,A El C Rl
another sit *,, ruir li',ns dilfT-r in out- I t,iluet tendered to the ball players and equal to taking up business again. Notice to Debtors and Creditors. IA STA T RA
1r 1 II It.:lrwadappelli,e,1 and structurallbeatiut visiting war correspondents at the Cafe | ,i,- that ti, r L I1
0 fr<,tn ,, n ,thr. There art nozn ,,n tot,- M ills-last ni ht tlt ho1pe was unani- TN atir-ha : *k,- in,,th, t t ht-t n-, r LO CA L T7
--ttu .s row, s if strikin,!y .similar luihling. mitOU.SlV c7.prerszed that next winter theW,, I I* ll. I \\ Iill and o |J .t. tre .T..t1.
Bitten ly Strangely Actin Ct lt the eye..asit sweeps ,"y, i. treated Bro,,klynites would make IDaytonatheir I,-i,-.-, dI.-.-as.-d. ;n. ha1, l.malitied l No. I o.3 o. xo. "_L A xI. NE o. 74
:to kaleidoscopfic change which keeps training headquarters. 1- ,.tl.u-ix. All ,.r.on.s having DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY A- LIY DAILY
Test ShowsOf h iton o ri< "v is th..tf h le -. P sI a, 7n of -nnd wn \ "hat ne xt I w i p ba t t 0 >el.v-:weo 1.5: 0ro4> pm
ATnound the visiting party beside the :)r, hrIy nthitil anl reluir,.d t- 1 o s0 1m 4 50 lm 11 10 am 8 am is -, .n 1rp: I
ahies. .; Streets and Pavements the Most and lest. playi rs was Treasurer Medicus of the pmr,'stt I ;- I3tn u v within \o y-ears. 5T ;;. .ptl I ^ .4 1 I .,', I ,n
Why th. Ar,.hit,.t of the Iniverse Broukling base ball club. accompanied I !. n. thhthr, m6 mI :,n Tan n.'i
vht,< too t give too Davtona t tlw roost :i!- b1 his wife. Secretary Charh.s Elbbets, t Itt 1'.\ltll *. tlN.IGl'K _f am m a
WILL TAKE PASTEUR TREATMENT iralle, the nmost pictu, ue natural Jr., the .-on of President Ebbets of the r. and rs. I. -irkib. n, wih,, ..t .i ks. Set re8ta'r.:. ..'... -n I,.. ... ,
st-ttin of all thil citi,.. if tlt South i 'Club. Young Mr. Ebbets had his wife "iebiin i "- 1!It )o : am a 9 p pm m .: pm., t, 2m
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ohi-p.. nO.,t rev:ald bul that u-h is a :t atndhldre withhim. Among the war for the past two months wi|li.h Mr. i,-k-...i 6.02am opm 0m-. ,. ,

d ^ alse. ... N u dly~s:e asiAn...drnr- ithethand .f anA o gtoeiv.rtherlthlae ittwo .... ..... ..... ln ar w ith ; rellk.11o oI im 02 a m 1-o.. t ........ .
A few dayt\'a:tiNl, si 1.J. V. l (li 't< nmlLt b ali:i':renlt toothtill 'Til ut). i rtic-i- Il;corr-spo~ndents was tit(elittle Napolean, eisen's parents, Mr. and Mrs.' .1. \V. 7 50 am imn' P I.r.vtt:t:. NlIx;',:: lt. t
\\it~ h" tv itti~tlldairvituln, ,;Ij,:r\'er. W ith s;lv t tii cch uAbr,-talt e rat srtn e io i iam.l ....14;a 8 06 l ham.v.a .7:.-'tr :+ ;)~
hieldsat their hnds nx.wit1vrh,.kb,.-OW a-IDES oithe BEACH 10spomrting editorm1IS LOWr ....S: oa:.he BEACH 10 50 1am 3n :N

et.a-td ilo the I.e. of h.r p..t ane noi. lm.i. touches li hav- .t .oostr., of the Brooklyn Daily Times b a number of their friend ., .... :which ::-::::::illi
in that it .wt-.1 rather stranu.ly 1.. lit cthe *I s a alnd11 nutln cs 4f til-II I, :and A. Curtir of the New York Press. 0. the nature of a complete surpri-4 Kto I.....10:*- .... 9:27......10:4... .. .."oY aP...<.s.c.. r .
tlioli l too 4.%a; tiiiin. inito its; .. i t tt ) ly ie fo, t 1 il ti i p M did ill ti 0 in t1e layin" o 4- of Th'l- gatiie was pla ed as a compliment Mrs. Fick is *n, which add.l greatly to ... .. ..1 2 : *.... ... ; ,.n., I I: I s.t 2ich -
t \'n.u-" it.i,'. ti ur ltl randit sr.. w s i t,-r fr th l itd lir ,d ,a, s of *Iv tenaor tMorgan and Alex Schwal- tihe enjoyment of all participating ... 1....-l0::.;... ...2:(.1......l 43... __. P2, .TN<:
l:tdawlin l.sl rnefoe. ri pco.uld ,spo-o: it. -hikae the e hi h ht,,y l>,ron<.s h\, oi,. h of whom are exceedingly During the early evening Mr.hikk ... .. ... 11. .. 0...... :I .. t EAST PAI.ATK.. To -.. ...... To E..
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Th, killed, he.ai m nt its :i,, a .2 ...... ...... 1:0: ...0... *. t k p ular with the Brooklyn sporting; sen proposed a walk to Mr-. .nck.se. 1 ,~ :- :0;.... ---..- -e,.,- .':. ,,,-T-
to Ja onville for an~ination to di, .ul :.s for pav..en>..,ts. pavenments ; pu anti t- *cially the base ball fans who readily agreed, and, whilt twy .. .... o ... 2:2... |50 amn ......... 4. l .... No. n
a, -i:t... .. ... ...I_:.) -)..... 2 :4 52...P% I' R N < t

t .ine he.ro. not i. was : k lke grani,-wher It was a hard-fought battle, and wa s were out, some fifteen or twenty laii-s ... .... ... ... .:3.... '.... 3:2.... :
o-I 'Ii tiltin t -" I Ih t -rt'r 1r- itit i \I\as r, i that lki k Ll11l 11.0 like g at5,- 9r.+I 8ah r 4t4)te n amiw r u ,s m e lft- r t'~ lt ~ d ,- .. -l .... +.. .. 3 2 ..St> m ..... .o ,2, :- ,....
,- t ( western i (t-idedn I lltiltilhe ninth inning when and gentlemen gathered at tht- hou,,e. ... l..... ..... : -:1...... 407... 9 .5 am .. .No... ai ....... ;i-
.eedvD.Aiio i~ I1111it e-ve rultt7... II.. ...117.. ".3 41.................. 1-2 0t5. I joini..I
Se.,tterdtiy l)r. -Atnod ih:u :t l rlrh.,- n ttA, ,11111 .4e:tl ,ri 0 itl i n t oIl'luin,..y Me'l'ellen brought the Daly's Mrs. Ficke-is en, on her r,-turn to t -..- ....... .,... -I: :- -- m4op
flromneate lio d of lhalthlo la Till u ,ard-1f I)aytotna C'olts tone to victory by a house with her husband, thou lit l., ... I ...... -: .... :5.5 I1 54 ;I'm ....... ,, 0 i 1 1. ,'. :"- i -' ,
n~~_Vsit 't It-su tSh l -. i a3in i \\: i st -h 0 .. 15. .. ....-7-....5....
make such tists. -av n >l ths .l.:. lh a ,l,,rp s :llort :to d i,,,ttr. | 'ltona ',4r," f 6 to .1 It was remarkable, there friends had merely gathered to iil t Ihi,, ...i. ..... :- ,.. :1 ... s:1-...
ase of hydrophii. t ous ,hiown hthe i;:unl,-t to ti. ,world. ;'"1 i) nd iniier that the two teams put good bye, as they expected to leave thil -.. I.- ..-. s .... :17.... 7:1 .- 9:...9 :-s, SAN .-.i i: ;;. i
%s II ,: I il-to 114.I
As a result Mrs. I;:%liu:- \\,ll :it i Squirrels. Flowers. Birds and Fruits. in the gante, and tile several hundred following morning. and sie was molr ... -:+t.. --- 1.3 Levest AST PALATw.KA T .rria,. -"" M\Ei TO E
oni e take ( hie PaV tur trt.:tineit. \\Whatver oin.-'s sh'ortconin tIs and sp llctatiors were keptt ion edge of enthliu- than ever surprised tto lind that. it!- ..I.. 1i1: .' .. 1 .:. -1...PaIaka SA .\I..\TK.\
--- I: .>... ... 011:5-3... .. .4 ---- --
Withthe iniprovd i.tliods.nd te:,i- lowev,.,r i lndi-'r,-nt or ,ve allowsis oi-e siast.n from :tart to finish. Little Tommy ; known to her, b- 3425.1-.
ties for I zinilinig tilt-e s run tI wily may I- to many l ting, t 11wnw, n-1- Mlelillian. who is well known to ments, eake,cream, punch, t-.,had -...i :... 'I : .. ... 1:4.-... ... 12... 3 m .......N .: a: .x. '
physician (ai safely h:l1,le 11t h <:its.s tion o;: ( irrls :yi! !lo\v.rrs. bir,-s uarii i 1- lria fans.through having played with been prepared, and tlo:se pn-s t .. :'...... 2:0.a.. -. i -. ,. -
in D ytona ln ereafter. andul Mrs. IP:ta fruit*" ill serid a thrill that i< rhll ted! J.lacksonvillv i) to last year. started the come for the purpose of spending .ti 7 ;. -.... :1n...... :.i3: ..' onlT Sa.O1 lt ily ., ..'7 .POit 1 w. ,".1
lings uill Ibe saved thli elpin-lts :,.i in- in ,liitntcn d i pupils ii t andpriled r irs. g:erii in professional style %with evening with them. The centlenriln oif .._ ..... l-.. :::07 ... -:2)... 2-- 2,I -0- r." :.. ,
: ti e e y itthIe:1 n, partyy aniused the ui eh'es \ t. .. .. :. _. ... ] 1 .. 2 -40 pmin 0 am ;6 o l o w10
llonvenience ot f a ill i. r Ill, h' v.,t- t "or .every vi-itor uith :t sp:te o a waill ul oxv r the left field fence fora tmlthh ..1 :.... ... :1... 2 p am 6 0 '. .. ...,
say e reln no o in .- r" t!re i unny ready o n out i rn. The ball went squarely over cards, while the ladi njoyd a vry 4:47... ..'.. ::..12 ... ;l :
.. ..... 13........ 7 :12 ..
iv-\l treatlinl the ca.-t. and aLI ept your gift. lie will sil bolt s th- ign of the Gruber-Morris Hardware delightful social time together until tl,, t O :t3...... l" : ... -'v.. t it ,L c .. I .
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The incidh.nt has tir,.u, tl, r i ,htor- upl rigil>t and gnaw into tlh,.e at. c-s 1ti, G(".-, dl i the wee player who is the l evening was well advanced. .. : ...... y:lU... 3 25 ,m I 0ann e 8 1
h,,od and e\. rv odhIv I 0 on :, 1 l.st furtive., sat.'.y lances :t you nie.w ih... :nd-l'.st xpon ent of the national game --- .... ...... ........ :... S: ...,.... :l. .. o o 0n ............
o i.r animals d..v..lop l,.,, t -,.di sI,. 4 1 ,rs'. I.-ualy frsh :aI d 1,1, blo nin, in the bi league, won the five dollar bill C...T-t 1 ..i SEPARATED l r -" bi------ l"l2 m 1 : 0 a o c t L :
th t vear roundl Ilin one vyurd n. fs of frt.t by that concern for such a hit. | i,,r,-,,on ani rn Conneedok uaade at Mimwih P & O -
'variagatt,' l.s pdro'imin.tte,. an,,thilr. The lDaytona squad quickly tied the Some Daytona People Have Learned pr,,xn:itly at tihe s-ll Sa hour. Aut o- c!neo o::
h Is t 1l' nchan"t f0,r h,. 1,i,--"iat t score in the se.-ond inning when Catter-! How to 1et Rid of Both. h" iles hin ... trivn on the beach two Th 'ne-Ti mETABLEshow hde n, ..hch "
th, Ir mtni. -,-s :r,-: t..; :, ,t. ,-r i- h |- son l.ado, with a double to center, a k -,, t h ,- ,h r- 1" :\i i"r t ,h ltide l lnd within two; h-A* ih er.o r,.iv yd n or --- -
RdOAD in jungl of tl 't,. movedd -hown to third on a acrifce by : l I 1 I ;; ." L TI C .
"l'The lbird s nlit in n d w ith th..ir j ,.,v,,it K ustus, an d ca m e ho m ne u n d er t^ hit _. J. D R A H N E IL ,. .lb p ........ ........

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To[ The o enR KI N IAIIj IL PIR followed by asacrifice fly froin Hunter Mrs. E. S. Peck, of Antigo, WIa.,
S scoreA two runs. The regulars came who has spent the winter at The
SThe Modern t It back with the tying run in the last half, Glenn, on North Beach street, de-
i Whitney Alperman crossing tl e plate parted Monday for Panama, going
Seven Wonders Hundreds of Enthusiastic Fans on his double and Sebring's single, by way of New Orleans Mrs Peek
k S d B r a The 9th was exciting. The Brooklyns goes to Panama to be with her son,
P !Pack Stand, Bleachers and ;took a lead of one run and it was up to \Rev. Arthur IPeck, an Episcopal
One of Dayton a s crowning glories is Crowd Foul Lines, the Daytona's to make an electrical fin- clergyman, who has recently been
SOne of Daytona r.ln crowning glories is I ard ish. They were there with the goods transferred to that place. She was-
her icomprablebeac. ;0 ),leW110storv by Alw Yeager onr
hever set foot uponitsarabm beach. o onpaked wo .\urtirnAlex -hwallmh., ?With two hands down. Burch made a most amiable lady who kept all
verNset foot upon its emoth, packed famous aggrega.. tion of professional his third double of the contest, and. those about her in good nature by
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi- Thefamous Baroo l tof i Hummell was safe on a fumble by Al- I her a.reeable manners and will be
cyl, vrit xpr.; oolItoee ball players from Brooklyn eause
,y With Ini- e ove r its exprancingpair of horses a nd list- town Friday of last weeks promised.and perman. McElveen came to the rescue -reatly missed at The Glenn.
y7 t droe apraninpai o hr1 s ndli -wih hurculean swat into the tall
The N w enel to tile poppingtlof th -ir ste-l ,es put up the finest exhibition of ball play- with a hurculea swat into
The New ened to the popping fa ,ir in-en in the uth thiswiter. Exhigrass in deep center, and before the ball
:upon its asphaltuent-like face;Do 1'on us could be relayed to the plate, both run-
tncbition games as a rule are somewhat c*(
who ever steered a igh-poweraunes had dented the pan and the gae Tr th and
il. downt broad stretch of Wave- listless but the two Brooklyn teams were'e '
washed and surf-paked sand bir t real- full of life, snap ad vigor and if the was over Score:a
GURA sized that it is a worhl-beae:r, a world- keep up the gait shown here yesterday RR(MIKI.'N AR. R. HI. Itl. A1. A.E.
upoll this wi,)eJudge fLumley, their player-manager4-II
.wonder. (Go stand upon this wide J l uley their player-manager tta. appeal to the Well-Informed in every
:speedway and see the happy s-ouls it w hoist .the i. m ic-r, If. walk of life and are essential to permanent

Dr. E. L. Potter Bus
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joolztl~.ada-wrwehrletf1-' ie tr l le aMC
iy in joyous mood. and answer whether nxWas 0it es late, so the visitors did ,..
thi-- is n1tt one of the seven nIodetrn .--0 nnuteslate, soteisitors did
S( on ers not reach Daytona until 12:30. A dozen
wmThe Placid. Pellucid Halifax River. big automobiles, kindly loaned f.r the

Where think you is water with more occasion, were in waiting forthemat the
picturesque surroundings' Nearly a depot, and after a short ride about the
mile wide, fringed with tr,,pical,; ve.... town the entire party of thirty-five had
tion, artistic -ottageS with roomy V- dinner at the ItitelDespland, theirhead-
randa's looking out upon, her heoro. iuarten while here, and, after donning
ga ey, food ti e. in l .- ,,nlh-e n ln tr. u. ifornms, the autos took them direct to
i .ckoning, as it wer.t., th.- with rod the ball ground.R. After the game was
Beckoning, as it were. to ttio.^ \Mit rod. b h
and reel; her ,ostn h.cked with duck ,over they went to the beach to see the
and coat and ,w-i,,,'.d seabirds, rat.s, and, after having a good time
.hlilhsit abtot a if f.,r thl sport l generally, they left this morningon the
bobbin, upon her waves; wath tha.l -[19 train for Jacksonville. where they
lulberiv old whitr headedl p: lican p"-,h are scheduled to play this afternoon.
iU fat imullt, and that li.sh hlawk :-t41g- The ball grounds. wcre in fairly good
.lig- upward with his llohund.riig loa:l htape, while the weather was superb for
the siatchied from the water. March ball playing. The little grand-
SS.e4 tle bt-alutiful launches, spick andi landd was filled to overflowing, the
span, their hampers and lo.kers bulging bleacht-ers were packed,and a great string

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"| ingly, it is not claimed that Syrup of Figs
: 2 and Elixir of Senna i.4 the only remedy of
2 known value, but one of many reasons
I i why it is the lest of personal and family
-- -laxatives is the fact that it cleanses,
r sweeten-, and relieves, the internal organs
was scored
I on which it acts without any debilitating
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i the quantity from titne to time.
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I It acts pleiisantly and naturally and
S" "truly as a laxative, and its component
part are known to and approved by
S i in physician-, as it i- free from all objection-
1 :ti-le tsuistanctes. To get At! beneficial
1 "2 ,'ffects always 'purchase the genuine-
F' 1L manufactured by the California Fig Syrup
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DIr. Potter's architect, a specialist i.i
IMliodern l hotel construction, is in thit- city
working out the plans for tlhe big hol-
t.lry which is soon to start fr-,n tL.e
Dr. Potter and the architecvt ha]e
bren on the beach looking, ovr tlh- sit-,
and they are now down to busirv-.s
working out details.
They are making all possib leih hett-
way, but to plan and construct a buill-
ing along tlhe lines :nld of the propor-
tions contemplated, necessarily will re-
quire more time than it would to build
the regulation wooden structure.
A huge fire-proof building of concrete
and steel with all the u -to-date essen-
tials, means thliat DIr. 'Potter will bean i
exceedingly busy maln till those det;iils
are disposed of and*tlhencw hotel statid -
spick and span, raniid and imposing, oi

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notts htulp to gliv, fullnr-s :alti >yllti,-
trv to tht ph'it :'.
As for frnits. h ,Lihe itrm fruits. Ila:i-
titna yitlds lh1- p.-Llim ) lo ionTe for |i:aitiv
anid lliantiity per a>,re. Il'i ,rn :t >, *'r ,tves
of citrus groves in proximity T t,<: city.
lrtinc tihes bending to thie ez-rthI \\itl; ti, ir
virdtens of lusietons golden globes.
The F a-stest Autos Anid "he Finest Out.
Hlre is \\lincr wol" i's r''iods f,'.: i>, d
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on Hunter's single. It was not until
the tifth that another talley was re-
,-,rrd. ;and then Mar-shall sent the Colts
f,,or:ard with a drive over the left field
f,..re for a oliner. The hit was almost
t duplii-tte of that made by McMillan, *
hut luhkily for Mr. Morris the ball
dropped several feet beyond the $5-
::ia rk. Mr. Morris s-uaid later, however,
tI .it thc wouht have been willing to pay
th. pri'e tive times over just for the
sp rt's sake. tBolth pitc'}ers continued

You an lt separat.. t,.-1i.
And y4ou can'tt yt ril of th,- t k:1 -,..
until iyo l -uro thi ki. n.-. :X .h..
Ill w kidneys are w% .ll :.iil -,rtrnii. ii,
rest of tie- syst nII i- prlr. i tr-. t l, it. i
viorm) N i> health.
Doan's Kidin-y v 'ii i;ik' -h i.: .
l iiltihy kidni.\ s.
Jai csi % M. ().-Irn. Rid -, .,. ,.
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roadl in fair rndition to theli i, r:l
City buit hle w.'< tlid ," .I.h.
Anders ti. of it' v Hot l .\!- :i: :ir. t .
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