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THE OAYTONA DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 'nt-V?
sat AAC ItAI I B THE PRETTIEST BUILDING SITES IN A CHOICE LOCATION FOR CHOICE PEOPLE u WITH HIGH CLASS RESTRICTED HOME SITES FLO 1 Ti fl: r M V 1 SILVER 7o I 7o 7 -r I to I 70 UJI .9 of r 3j rrj- ACl cVO A C V. 9 r7o 3 V fX v 25 56 fc? 3 TA V1 BOSTWCfC " NS. 12. -7 to p. fO Va 2-8 , o 5o ., .. o ,S I " I oLs V J7 26 2524 3 3 Z o f 7 a 4- 3 , 1 1 ' 1 U 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 "J 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 UZL w i - ai 1 - mm 1 - 1 1 x 1 ox j c j 1 1 r T 2 lmorovemenrs Aireauy iviaue inciuue raveu ireeis, oncreie laewaiKS, oeauiuui i rees, ny w Electric Lights, das and All City Conveniences JP(CESlIl Persons desiring to be shown Bostwick Park are requested io call at the office of Conrad & Donnelly for appointment I 234 South Beach Street Phone 128 Daytona, Florida F, N. Conrad and Bert Fisher, Owners Merchants Bank, Dcpcrjj OFF FOR $50,000 FLIGHT jj j M i Cm,Tn April, iiTUMtipi u ir:m('tntino!i tal tlisht from the i'adiie cuat t the Atlantic. She says it will 1k based on a four-day basis, and that she is pos itive she can make the lliidit in that time. The photo shows Miss Stinson as she hoarded a steamer in San Fran cisci. The bouquet she carries was presented by some of the enthusiastic friends who saw her off to tly in n country where llkdiis have seldom boon seen, and are considered heroic ex ploits. Miss Stinson will be the first woman to tly in China and it is expect ed that she will crown her efforts with much success. She is not only the youngest aviator but the smallest flyer In the world. Tom, Johnson ShalTer, the driver, climbed out on the running board to make some adjustment in the mechan ism. The bumping of the locomotive threw him off and he was killed. Allen Miller, the fireman, was on Ids seat on the left side of the cab and did not see Shaffer fall. The train had pone 30 miles before Miller realized that it was making unusual speed, lla quickly stopped the train and called the conductor forward. The train then was run into the next station, where messages were sent back along the line and Shaffer's bodv was founa. DEER TAKES HIS OWN LIFE RABBITS TO BE "HOT DOGS" Big Buck Leaps From Ledge to Hl Death When Pursued by Boys. Texas Plant Soon to Make Animals Into Sausages, Says Commissioner of Agriculture. Austin, Tex. A plant for the manu facture of sausages from the meat of the Texas jackrabbit is to be erected soon and put into operation In Wes? Texas, according to an announcement made by Fred YV. Davis, state commis sioner of agriculture. Promoters of the plant expect to handle most of the annual rabbit crop in their mill. The Texas state department of agri culture has decided to attempt to cre ate a countrywide demand for rabbit meat. It is expected that not less than 1,000,:hX rabbits, Texas born and reared, will lie shipped to New fnsr- laud and eastern markets during th next few months. Commissioner Davtg says the rabbits-are quoted in some cities at a higher price that turkey or chicken. Miss Katherine Stinson. America's greatest female loop-the-loop flyer- sailed recently for Japan and China, iere she Is under contract to make Ji) flights for SoO.OOO. Miss Stinson will fly a Crastor biplane, of the latest tqpdol. On her return, Miss Stinson Garrison. N. 1". A stray buck or, which when pursued, virtually com mitted suicide off a 40-foot ledge of rock in Putnam valley near Garrison and hunv itself in the branches 'f a 1 ree today, was turnc'l over to J. A. Harry, game warden. Hie carcass was found on ground adjoining the .sum mer place of Khinelander Waldo of N"w York city. The buck veichei over .".x pounds. When ehased by a gang of boys the big fellow lost his head and ru-hed off the ledge, lie plunged down In'O the braneli. s of u tree and hung there u'-.tl! rot " Life's Ingratitude. A man who attends strietl ir hi wn bu.Oioss r.f-r. ly l: . -t s the reputa- ;10I1 r: '" 'iS- .iM.' CAPT. JOHN L DUFFY TOMORROW Here's for An Old-Fashioned n 0 No Band, No Prizes, No By-Bidders, No Free Boat Rit2 cr Auto Ride, no silver tongue or story telling imported Aud!i ppr or business manager: but a Plain Auction? aHvprtised.CC! ducted and guaranteed to be on the square by the owner til cklf rlir will Hm bic rvvrt niirt!rnoot"!nrf imH Knnlr f-!o mint ,1V.II 11V ill uv iiu v t .v.i.aviiwwi tll UIIU LCIWIV TV IB tsmm m. statements. I-vprvthintf nut un at these sales and receiving two rr morp. hidwrJcO tively be sold, the buyers name and address given. It will be a REi panies Became the Fashion. - THIS IS TIIK PROPERTY TO RE SOLD p. m. Thursday, Kflarch S3 i Now Bunsjalows, Built bv Burdick, in f 1 TRAIN RUNS WILD 30 MILES Engineer Jostled Off and Killed, but Fireman Is Ignorant of Accident. Phmipsburjr, N. J. For 30 mllea a train on the Lackawanna railroad ran at top speed Without an engine driv er. Soon, utter nassine through Rlnck Yake "The Southland" to L. & N., Pcnna. Lines, G. R. & I. Ry. VVJT Thronth sleeper lriive Jirk.onlllp Momlnva and Thurilayn. I:iil throueh trnln t ( hlrnto, rint-lnimtl.' Unoxviili. Irep rrn to IniliHimpol', l.ouWvillc. ( IrTrlaml. ( olunihua, kran. Hirrct ronnrrtioiw to l'inluruh. Mrulirnvillr. Urlroit. Co bouir ia I he "Soele lioutc" no better aervlce. "THK SOUTHLAND- leaTea Jacksonville S:20 P. M. H. C BRKTXEV, F.P.a4U4 West Bay SU JaeksonTlIle, Fla. Si .a These are neat, new and up-to-date, on nice large lots, just the right d'Stsseet-jJr1 the beach, the car line and trie iihrary; with plenty of sunshine, water. iec3Ei and gas and among the best neighbors on earth. Walk in and look them oVer the day ot sale. 1 ... l.'rMn.. wtA Cr,...,lo.. UorVi O ' r. .1 tit 1 . . r . L. DaK! Drive, just two miles south of Daytona Beach on new road leadimr to WifiJUf "I the Lighthouse. Capt. John L. Duffy of the ill-fated teamer Chemung, which was sunk In the Mediterranean by a torpedo from German submarine. 2500 feet w ide and extending from the River to Ocean, a distance of about t2." LOTS ON RIVKR. 2."5 TOTS OX OCKAN. You can buy from road to River: road to Ocean or from River to Ocean. i$r buy 100-ft, 300-ft. or 500-ft. You can buy it for just one bid more than the f5 r . 1 1 i . t e t r it" . . lenow win give, mis is a tseauiuui niver rroni ana an somewhat imprus-vj, It is your chance to buy something for a home or speculation that is sure tof2J and triple in value in the next very few years. Meander down to the sales tSS and see the "Yankee" way of doing it. Terms very easy if desired on all saie REMEMBER THE DATES W. W. MARSHALL 1st Avenue. Daytona Beach OWNER AND AUCii