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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: January 18, 1910
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00406
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Published Every Evening


Except Sunday During December. January, February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BY UNITED PRESS.


. DAYTONA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1910


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NEVILLE H. CLARK

OPTOMETRIST.


EYES TESTED-FRAMES FITTED


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"KIN Of THE BOWERY"


A GUEST OF THE PRINCE GEORGE
-IN POOR HEALTH BUT RAP.
IDLY IMPROVING.


l~pl NA -IS THIS "'Big" AI Russell, better known as
the "Bowery King," is a guest of
the Prince George.
TJ-.16-The twen- "Big Al" is a power in Ne-w York
i fof the 'Unit- ('ity and bears the distinction of con-
d ri, which trolling the vote of the underworld of
S'liMlitnson Hlili' thile East Side. lie is the right bow-
jtgerstl et in pointer of "Big" Tim Sullivan. A politician
t< history of the 1' Uv profession and a iI1t1, lanil)rd ly
itll~m cll showed a location, Al ltus.,ell i- ki.'v n i s ;ta
i llt eegat hey T man \it ;i l:.:i1t-t i dII tI' l 11 NI 1


tfS of the United
g. Nova Scotia v..an
* gm time.
b OlWpied thy"I,;-
- deliverd ai,
b t Preside T
|r the delegal(t
a ppoinlti! n*t (
Mlifttees w<-< .li-d't
we sesion.
Remain inz -'.-
V#W. Tomorow,. 1
br will anlnout<'t
,fse referenduwi
Id officers. No
I the re-elect i,,, <(l


Imm ImortanCe ar't 1(
a t the co' .t-- i
Alike to be ro~i
-. among th, N. ,a
H The matter of liill
aftMCe and national
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l|-lto(the ctvctii
toryi coniditl,,i
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and thI i ,i
the aid Wt
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of the CO1l%(-it loll(
vamth will be fhlI'.'
jin confere.,,.
e Joint couferenm.,-
I the miners and op
Ohio and Western
WOf er on the mat
SThe present age
W members of the
StWrators term in
A 02 the bituminous
ll with the exception
MW WROt states where
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E- I ATUl TODAY.

6 I0 WrTORY, TREAT.


W- IEVENTION


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BENZ AND FIAT MAY RACE


ON ORNOND-DAYTONA BEACH.

CHALLENGE HAS BEEN ISSUED
TO RACE THREE HEATS OF FIVE
MILES EACH FOR A PURSE OF
$10,000.
.\ AcordiZ ti tit' .Ntv.' Y,:'k \VWrld.
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D~aytona for a couple of niontht s anrd
has inioited seve~ral trit'I1(b 14' j( UH
him as hits guests Allikizag those vwh~
have signifie-d their ihitentitw144(of c 'ini
ing a re lion. I iani-l Piniti, lot! tt-r
krkov.~n as "lBattt-ry Di r hit. iwotcd
flight lpolice judg*., arid HII. MlI-It Ck
Farltey, both i(of Nt.'ax 'irk V, iAs 'ai- a

tr, (of lDetroit

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WILL FIGHT SHA N BATTLE


BETWEEN EARTH AND Sy.

WAR DEPARTMENT OF FRANCE
ARRANGING FOR CONTEST BE-
TWEEN AEROPLANE AND DIR.


IGIBLE BALLOON.


PA..RIS. Jan. F,-,lt. ~ r a spec-
tmula mitrin W-a~ r L li~ttllI- bet ween
J..>~:ble U~ ~tUt iV 'sa'" 'being
a~ii~ .~Iix- u:1~r "t'o (I.'~k t on of
xx rI:;i:.'Ttti.,[r 1 4.Kt~kis to

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..aines


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AUTOPSY WAS P[RFORM[I,

NOW PATRICK OWENS IS DYING
AND THE POLICE ARE LOOKING
FOR A HOSPITAL ATTENDANT.


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BEECH HARGIS AND HIS DEVOTED MOTHER, WHO SPENT
HER FORTUNE SAVING HIM FROM THE GALLOWS.
Mrs Louellen lHargis of lBrenathliitt county. Ky.. t mother of Beech llargl,,
the young feudist who killed his father. Is believetd to tbe losing her mind
When Judge llargh, the feud lender \\as killed b)y hti soit he \vas possessed
of a fortune of nearly X.(ttji lie? tiowned a prosperous business arid conlsilt
erable land. Mrs. Hlargis spent ijrncth';illy every dollar site had sawing h- r
sonl froU the sc'frold. iitid %% tlien the court of appeitts rintily ttItrtrite1 the d'-
clIsin') of the lover court atnd the i outil was sent to poriso n she collaIos'dl S'e
le ",),w In falling health and pe lmlit"le


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STATLNIFENT NYADL T iA is
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D E R P A N (-' I E F? F L. .'5S % IH !S


MIND


CANADA OUTDOING [Us SS


MINERS INTENT ON SECUR-

INi BETTER SAFEGUARDS.

M RE_ IMPORTANT THAN H 1(..:
V SF DEPE L ARiL L.E A11E RS


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TO CASES OF DRUNKENESS -
CUSTODY OF CHILD IMPORT.


ANT DETERMINATION.


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(GEO,, R CLARK
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NEWSPAPERS AND
PERIODICALS



15 Cents Pei WmA


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W. H. WRIGHT .
Painting
Paper Hanging
Decorating
219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE


T. E. Fitzizerald F. F. >at'-s
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
&)-cili F8wi;1t1% l (for :utininz
aild Pt-rittjiiig Land TitleIs
Offlc, In Conraid Bulminz. 'Phonte? 1:


IDES~ MWLUSLL, THE


UINIATIN

ANNUAL CON-


RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
l).-Ipo'itfon to Tr.iat You Rizht.
Let '- B.- Your J- w l,. r-.
L H. ROWE & CO.


MINE
OPEN


AUEltlCA


DR. C. DeW. AKE

c Dentist
OMce Hours--:ao to :80
Office, South Beach Street, Oppo.
site City Hall.


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PROOF


Ask the racing man what oil he uses, his answer

is Monogram, ask yourself honestly whey they

would use this oil out of hundreds of other kinds.


Gruber-Morris Hardware Company


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*--O---***3 1One of Daytona'a crownilng glo-1
BI BIG BARIAS n! ries is her incomparable beach. No ;
M oos Wi ter SitS at one who ever set foot upon its
SHALF PRICE smooth, packed sands; no one who
X ....1. S ever pedaled a bicycle over Its ex-
W. ff. PEB Wf 19. Se* t St- N I
SV.H. r6. leanh 0 pan"e; no one who ever drove a
Inll0nioun*oinoio o pranacing pair of horses and listen-i
ed to the popping of their steel shoes
CHINESE LAUNDRY upon asphaltum-Uik face; no one
214 KACHIEZET.DAYTONA.ORIDA. who ever steered a high-power au-
9~ birT- i Night Shtrt tomobile down the broad stretch of
WhIS* Ptiiirlp 10 Woolon Shirt*
ek! Shrlt .Undi'-rshrt- wave-washed and surf-packed sand
2w Bblrt' .i. D L Mrawers uWt realized that it is a world-beat-
Oolarm or C u- Hdanktrcbh-^ i er, a world-wonder. Go stand upon
SAlo ld loth-.(ut"orre-pon:a pr:.--,. thiswide speedway and see tLe ha-p-;
py s_,,uls flit by in joyous mood, and
an-he. 1t-r tI:S ;1z not rnn
- QUIGGS' BAKERY a rn .1r
SPRODUCERS OF THE 0 The P!a3d. Pe 'ucid Haifax River.
a _7
* PERFECTION OF N -
S BAKERY GOODS. :. :
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ETOMOKA RIVER ande ...
NEW SMYRNA
on Steamers -
0 UNCLE SAM and CHEROKEE


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North **ch *t. Da **ona. l. = ) = : ;, .-- .:,. a :2:'V', *. .. ,.-
$ T A MR FOUR CYCLE 0ra^dn --^a
SLALMB Marine Engines aL LAard s. s :- ro.
SH. C Thompson. Agent c, heav--t:runk-d l-.- oks ..x-
I'o-i i t r:i a-n d. B "- .' 't-nd t"eir :Iant arms .acr' a
.t v a, for. :. an c ..d
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E. T. PITCHER 5 t,, \r ai ^i "a
HAVANA CIGARS Al s:n .i s
North Beach St. Daytona, Fla. a -' -
CALL FOR MY CIGARS -' *?:; .. .
Clear Havana Smokers 5c. anc :i c ::: 0

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*JACOB ESPEDAHL S' ?' -. -. .
aContractor and Builder ';" .:
*Desiguer and Craitsman :- .: ,
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Nwe0we ome ononoenoneosomoe -
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SOSCAR MICHAEL .
CONTRACTOR
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k R D. JOHNSON Mr -
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JOHN M. SHEELEY I
A Speal ty of
Interior Decorating.
1 Bew Ley .ft a R
2 ~Jevsry Store.


GEO. WRAY

PIARMS ld

nATElx MA
Cme~r Tmi



E. D. MILLS

BARBER


-_-- igh--- cani s, Evr
-___ Particular.
S-^ South Beach Street


superficial observer. With such lav-
ish wealth of natural beauty it be-
came an eaay thing for the hand of
man to give the fintahing touches
which have wrought out the colors
and outlines of the big picture.
Man did all this in the laying out
of the street with their wide margin


AUTO OWNERS, ATTENTION- of prkage. The entire city become
You can got your tires patched up a great park, with driveways Inter-
any old place, but for real, reliable sec-tng. miles upon miles of drive-!
Vulcanizing Work that will stand the ways so goou as to attract motorists!
racket, send your repairs to the Vul- from all over the continent.
canizer, Cottage Ave., opposite Yacht And as for the pavements, pave-
Club. Win. S. McGREGOR, the ori- ments that look and act lke granite.,
ginal Daytona Tire Man-Agert for -where else b-tween the eastern
the FISK RUBBER COMPANY. ., western s-as are so many miles


FOUND AT LAST
A place on Beach Street where
you can get Hot Chocolate that's
made right and served with Whip-
ped Cream 5c a cup.
T. F. CURTIS & SON


See Dunn Bros.


25c Window.





BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL





Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzal. Pb. C.


Nose. Throat, Lungs and Rhum3.- --i a d
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Seabreeze. Florida


FITZGERALD
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STATES

LAWYERS
Daytona, Fla.


(Incorporated)
K L. Waggoner
Resident Manager
Desirable Buildint
Lots on all streets
in town; also river
and ocean site*..
Offlo. on
Ocean Boultvard
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SEABREEZE and DAYT
BEACH, two enterpris
preSrcs ve towns on the
fax Pepin-l, ae geogr aphically ,
although incorporated as
munnicipalitie. The towns
the peninsula north and 3outh StW_
distance of from three i-i. o! -
to four miles. and e:' o
west from the .ro-gr ,.a of
Atlantic Ocean to the HaliaxR
the beautiful tide-water itr.a-
sets them apa-t from Daytona,
which they have close" am i
by mean of three bride&. as
a half-.hoar faery ue .ice-,
Seabreeze aud Daytoa Boc
esmntially s mma and wiM
sorts and are makng haiedke
new friends evwy yc amae
who desire to escape the d'.<-
ing extremes of heat and cold, I
i their hotels and boarding
are nc- receav an- i'p..ndid
age from. the M.. -
class ot tourist;. |

The meaa avtra- .-'i '
degrees :n the ....: 70
in the w-c~er. *
extra rise ,.r ir ..i days'
atIon. -:! a.-k ". i- 1 -d. he
Iealthiui :.-ca- .-- ::.. ecti l d

tha C.U,'",a. :. "",...: i.-.' .hor w
b ea h.: liard .ii i;-:.-'. !".d *mo^.
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*...-L. *4..^ -. -.-.-- 4. C .>e* downQ
rh cc. ; i- .a ---'. c.-.eai o7
unnecessary, as t~:ce ea..h 24 bourn
it is entirely rebuilt -'7- the tidla
The beach has a w^d -' 3030 to 5Sf
feet. and can be used *- :-wo ho --4
after ant:l two hours becre high tide,
th us g.ving a' av.'-e._i :' even or
eight hours :or a tc-c::.:.:g S,
='art o: each day.
Seabrecze and Da',.2a Beach each
h.ave a rermanen. ':-'n.a":s'- of ap-
+rrximate:. 5.. C --.iu7- ordi-
nan..c _-re .- .. .. treats
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VE NEW SMYRNA


W a K wha the hifory of man
e& ofo, iterlacd with wirs ofa

-B silat o ehell steesas hard and
W a IF and over-ared by
meonta$dur-sparts of




m i f et aaiat rins dat w in state-k
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.on centuries, New Smyrna is truly,
,ala o romantrace and wirest.h w of
an mA, I teligmtphsand telcphrn-v



A m=eourf shell street is asvery inviting to d



tourist --d pleasure-seeker. Here '!
Sis to b fouor and over-arthe best fishing by
-hawy forest giants that grew in state-



Sgrandlr in the State of Florida.apse of by-



Tepeople are thri ft y, the bnsi-
gmen cnturprisi New Smyrna is truly,
a placendi of romance the andwelcome ad of
All nature here is very inviting to'



tality tourist and pleasure-seek. There are!
ft is to be found the best fisor whingte peopleand
ting in thequal nute of Florida. the colored
The people ar the town has an excellentbusi-
sol, men enterprising, andid public lib-te
Extending up-to-date bwelsiomess hndouses.
rlity to strange numbers. There aretty
Schurch edifices for white people
U& an equal numl~er for the colored
lto;the town has an excellent
bW school, a splendid public lib-
ver, and up-to-date business houses.
Thene are any number of pretty
heines for the permanent population
which numbers close to 2,000, and
e very fine winter residences.
There good hotels and boarding
boes where you can find accomo-
dtons to meet your requirements.
Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a
Mction of vegetable land as can be
found anywhere. This land has
been divided into small farms which
can be bought at reasonable pricsc,
Some of the bnest celery grovmn it
the State is raised on this land. All
other vegetables grow in abuvdanc:.
md he, too, is the home of the tam-
on Indian River oranges.
New Smyrna has no bonde-d 1.1-
detednc.ss and the tax levy is 0.%I
' A point that no tourist should ta*i
to visit is the ru ns of ti.;. Old Sp:-.
ish Mission which stand somber and
alone about one and a quarter miles,
.southwest of New Sm'-.na. A good
read leads to the place and the trip
can be easily made by an automobile.
lent, in the great pine fiats by the
-rgin of the forest, is this place of
pilgrimage for the 'pious; this rca-
dIvou for the picnicker. The ruins
- extensive, and while there is no
U&Catic history of their origin, it
is rinaumed that the Mission was
-ill by the Franciscans in the days
wh the once powerful Kingdom of
Spain 6rt planted its flag upon what
is Mow American soiL. It was built
of Moquina, the roof being of the
- material, cut into thin slabs
aad covered with cement plaster.
Kxteasive gardens surrounded it,
which were enclosed by a stone
wall, portions of which stiH remain.
VmTlrs usually come in parties
ry and curious but the spell ol
the place soon falls upon them and
they separate to sit alone, silent aud
meidtative under the arches or be-
side the ancicut well.
CORONADO
h stated on the peninsula oj ppoitc
New Smyrna and is counc4ted by a
good road aud bridge oer the ,i I
--ent of Indiau Rivet Here .,,
can put a'i.' J yo;,r c...:. :.;. ,.,l


ga~rb, tzrc,< i.L aU Al'i 1'.'.
salty tcuil' 'o'the c ".-nA c u. \ V.1A '
bell to !s:' h. I 39k V% 'i.".
and rec'J i:n r-". i sa Ilk2. 2


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Rates:
$3.00 per Day
Special per
Week
Excellent Hunting
and Fishing
NEW MYRNA
FLORIDA


HOTEL

TIURNBULL
NEW SMYRNA
FLORI D)A
A House Strictly
First Class in
Every Respect
Dlnn.-.r for Motor-
ing P:irti.,s a
Sp'elulty
Rates: $2.00 per
Day and Up
BENNETT and
HODGES
PROPRIETORS


M.A.

GALBREATH
High Grade
Men's Outfitter
NEW MYf1RNA.
FI.A4RI DA


BELI'S
While at
New Smyrna
LUNCH

BELL'S


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Tonaornal Parlcr
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ICE CREAM
Confections
Cold Drinks

Thti.- l st (of vrr -
thing In Our AUno


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I'm Just golng to
sit h'r, nnd flqh mid
eat IOranize, this
wtnt',r. Th'rt, rrk.
40i10' 1 zo I l!' 11 1ip
ground- I1 nor Ilu.--.
3omru nnd (lJ l". -w \ .ir
t*-nt on ono' r11 1 1111
lnI' Oil thi'- !o..
LONE F'SITf!-M f %N


ROSE VILLA
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M I;lI;:l1I i,. r fIf
Pure Home-Made

GUJAVA JELLY
MARMALADES AND
TROPiCAL
PRESERVES
Special Attention to
Family Orders
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,Fine Groceries
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and
(irapefruit
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Beed Company
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SORMOND is five miles north of
Daytoaa, loated on the westernI
bank of the Halifax River. The lo- '
cation of the town permits of good!
drainage and perfect sanitation; the
elevation is superb and ideal for
winter homes. A wide bridge con-
nects Ormond with Ormond Beach.
Many fine residences are main-
tained on either side of the river,
most of them embellished with sub-
tropical flora and shrubbery, besides
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
trees.
The town is very cosmopolitan,
has an cxcelici.t i.rdeCd school, sev-
eral churches, a tin:e 'ulic library,
up-to-date places 01 buhuness and
comniforla-le and c-d':ve:ie:t hotels
and boa-i u hoii-c
0:t ,'d. !i.,; :'..->:" L L :1c "FLor-C da
a.ttr.act ions- *t:c Ifrui:t, ,- ti-I!ii .
c\ce !l.;:t automobi i, ,. s..' boating.
salubrious c!'nac .ma!e t plc.sant
Ailks a:,d dr're-.
At O:-m ':,d W.ic'.., -locate.d the
,ar; Hlotl'I Ormou.d, .ii, A.tts lesser
,sister, Bretton Iinn. Tiie formCer oc-
cupies a positions ove: looki .ui the
Halitax River, whilc the latter has as
its outlook the rmaaniiceut beach and
the broad Atla.tntic.
iThe walks inii all directions are
particularly attractive, anrid the ar-
bors, shady and id vitiuti spots and
romantic nooks arc crowded with
rustic seats which are mute invita-
tions to enter into the enjoyment
thercof.
Besides the broad, smooth ocean
beach there are many drives for car-
riaqe or automobile --long drives and
short drives; drives thlirongh groves
ot golden oranges: drives through
dense, tt)opic,.!l forest, to Spanish
u; ii dri v cs to the .I cicut Caus-e-
'^.'.y built by t!Ce st.v ot planiters
'.t lo0n.1 ado, .1il d i <- to t he j'Liita-
tiO ,is ot ho,'s : t.b!- ,..' ,r, wlO ice
p,1,es C Ie e,. ''l,"e w ': t "e nlterr-.t
c' ,-,) t,:l l }i.-'' '' .i -. .; \' .,vcrs..
; .! tii.-I i Lstin' phi;'t:-
t;!'s ".s Numiber INi:e located oa the'
S,:; ^:-r' .l t t ," i io't.! o! the "
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I o~'t CI aHordi
,u Tiu .-, ,:. i -., i! i<'^ .t .e is rc~t.icli d
1"> a .J '-t C. .'.t fo is'ii, Nu-, aer
N nitii'J a 0: i ie all t>'un>is
t'li\ O.


COTTAGES ~ \M''
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[ DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA


CALL ON
OR WRITE TO

MACON

THORNTON
ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAY
INTEREST I)
IN PROPERTY IN
ORMOND OR
ORMONI) BEACH
ir' WN\ll (GIv-, Your
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MILDRED LODGE
b' '",rtui '*i .M i ,ti:*'. ,1
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A Fir-t Clas-. Mod
crn Hou-'c; Room-
SinGle or En Suit:c.
with or without .
Private Bath. S-r-
vice and Cuisine
Unexcelled
A. M. WATSON
Propr.


COOK'S GROVE

Ou the Ormond
Road Half Mile
South ot Orniuiid


One o.
Griu vc.
Counlt >


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JELLIES
Aic lProduccd .at

"NUMBER NINE"~

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PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE


RIZY'S


New Smyrna
Is thA 1'l"cv



ROSE VILLA
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I'ropui trt-sa
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,: sp,,,clally

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AN\ CITING
If fo)r
thc (iood
N)f NW\\
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PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY
I :; .. '
OWNER of the BEST
River Front
PROPERTY
IN P'R1 ORI AN,;-
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PORT ORANGE is a pretty little
village situated five miles south of
Daytona on the Daytona-Ncw Smyrna
hard-surface road, the scenic highway
of the East Coast. The town is lo-
cated on the Halifax River, over
which spans a bridge from the town
to the peninsula opposite.
The tovn is well laidrout and has:
many pretty homes owned and occu-
Se3 by rsietits and winter tourists.
-. L..-. se.,Viati ehurc:he., one of the


A 1I.ti ,c
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s,:tools in VolutsIa
"t Ial stores, a real
,. A t oorthree hott 1-
S 0ci of tourists I'atl'
'ike P'ort O' .t o *0

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PORT ORANGE

BEACH
Lots for Sale.
Liberal Terms
All,,A.cd lor
IMP RO VIt' YEIN >"
0C:c.tii or Ri'.cr
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ST!TSON

1I1YEISITT
DULAND, PLA.
Four OoUem sad S
T~hdesI MboehL~
EqUIpment co-
I*nearly MILAN&
Faculty Of Pn>
f(*Mrs ,and In-l
structors. Christian,
but non-,ectaftan
T,-aching.
For Information,
addrt.ss:
Lincoln Hulley,
Ph. it.. Ltt. D.,
LL. D.
P*stldnt


VOLUSIA

COUNTY
BANK
DBLAND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

A. D. McBRIDE
President
J. B. CONRAD
Victe Preidt'nt
S. A. WOOD)
Cikhitlr


G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Druns, Stationery,
Huylcr's Candies,
Kodaks, Cigars
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J. W. PERKINS

Attorev and
Counsellor
at Law


1'i n'rtctio. ill

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W. D. HAYNES
Grocer











STEWART & [BLY
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"FOUNTAIN'S"
ilI.AN i F ,'A.

Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


DELAND, the county seat of
1111 Volnsia County,
is situated 23 miles southwest of
Daytona and is reached from the lat-
ter city by an excellent hard-swface
read recently constructed.
At DeLand is located the John a
Stetson University, one of the lead-
ing edncutionl institutions of the
South. Because of the interest in
matters educational DeLand is known
as "The Athens of Florida."
Stetson University has a faculty of
50 professors and instructors. There
are over $400,000 in buildings and
equipment; nearly $300,000 endow-
ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep-
resenting an investment in building,
endowment and books, of more than
$120,000. The library is the United
States Govcrnment depository for the
SState U0 Florida, and contains over
15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one
of the newest of 16 buildings, with
its turuishiu-;, represents an outlay
of $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of
the most beautiful college buildings
in the South.
The city has a population of about
3,500, with a thickly settled country
adjacent. DeLand proper is five
miles east of the St. Johns River, on
the high, rolling pine land of the
great "Orange Ridge' of Florida.
The predominating products are
Soranges and grapefruit, the estimated
crop from this vicinity being over
300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
peaches, pears, Japan persimmons,
11lum1, pecans, ;Uuavas, strawberries
aud '.,thcr t!ru:ts are jovu i n plenty.
lI thc ,a- ot public improvements
1.0 r ,-!'i. m hiles ou t!ue shell roads, an
S::c.ll',t... h^hi school, electric lihts,
.A -,-'c:' : ,' ^.t>.rwo k.-, that is owtned
v:'d .,ca'eat'-^ 'Lv the cit .ipplia.
it vl-!reC -t A.iter at i:tt.i co-it.

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Slicts, acbools in the St c ..



The trip trom Daytona to DeLand
i years' can hours, and there are manych
pretty drives i- the vicinity of tishe
threughou'. .l,-d i-> _c;-e ot the most
,t commodiou> aztd be~t ,equpped pub-
lic schools ta the 5taite.
The trip from Daytona to DeLand
is made by automobile ina a lIttle!
ever an hour, and there are many
pretty drives iu th vicinity of the
county site. A good road leads to
DeLeon Springs, hvb mLles, a historic
spot, where 60,000 gallons of water
bubble from the earth every minute.
From DeL.and automobiles go south i
to Oateeu, 1I riale., on shell and
marl roads, theSt Johns is crossed by
ierry near Osteen and cars can then
coutiiiue to Santoid and Orlando by
hard road. There is a shell road
trom DeLand to Orange City, bye
mile- ad a Ioot road trom DeLand
to Lake Helen, a like ditancc.


BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO.
V


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J.A.
ERICKSON
& CO.
I. ,"*- St% ck Of
Pianos, Organs and
Sewing Machines
onuth i tof Jac'onvil i-
I)F.AND, FI.A.


Florida Wagon
Works and
Machine Shops
'oTT H )IDGKINS
tProprito r
D I.AND, FLA.
Manufacturer of
Fingih's arnd Rnrr,yq


SILAS
B.
WRIGHT
INSURANCE
AGENCY
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BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY
M.iiuhfcturers of
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
Ai,-nt.s:
Masury'" Paints
Paroid Rooting
Whitt hall ('Cnent
FlI'lortido Plste-r
(+->r tIaI('layv Brick
BodJ sarid Brick
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DRUGGISTS
.IE VELERS-


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Steam aud


[MOTOR CARS


00&900


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Almtc Motor Car Company
42 and 43 Beach Street


6~


Cit Rate Drug Store. 2
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Everybody call, and reap the

benefit. I personally put up all
prescriptions so you are sure of
lawful and correct work by a
0
registered drugtist.

GILLES DRUG STORE.
GIILLE'S DRUG STORE. o


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Adto Transi Co."


?VOWE U


GARAGE


OLDSMOBILE

TOURING CARS


FOR HIRE


ASwedPo"kQ
A BlueR~kkIiI


Cream Me

Does mt settle. Low





Central Auti


Ask for


S S TU CAUSES m CREASED

COT UVWN AT PRESENT.

AYS REPRESENTATIVE COCKS.
A FRIEND AND NEIGHBOR OF


EX-PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT.


WASHINGTON, Jan. IS "Too
nuh style is responsible for the in-
ere sed cost of living," said Repre-
sentative W. W. Cocks, of New York,
fend and neighbor cf ex-President
Roosevelt.
"Thirty or forty year- ago .-f did
lot eat IezeS than -' c :,.:w. a
some people are :r:.:::z ,- ;,:, -. L
we put on less sty>. SI,- .- .
-right for thcse teat ; :: .. I ':.-
rio fault to find :: ::: .
wish to remark tl.a :.... :...-
and must be paid -r T:.. -..-
in style, 'doz' Lo ..-: :.-
whatever yo-j vaT.: :, 7:: -x7..-:. ;-
from the t : '
scale of 1;1-.
'"Noa as an .'. .-":'.. .. ::. I :..i- ".
Pole working f, :..- ... ; : :
on Lonenz I-la, i: ... -. -
dren. .- .. ; :..-- -:..
crowd of yC :- y : .
-o a v -- k ';,.y :..... : .- :


every ~.


O iIT .. : .
I'is k ::' :.- : : .. .
o n :""> :-. ,: -- .*: "- .
glad t: .... .. .. .
all th -. : ... -
they -e .. d "
pie of I .- *' A .
instead : v.V :.: ...
went bar t ::. : .- .- ..:... : -
1the v--r;-,-r .:. :. \ *:..^ .-
owh:d- -a
cow.d s ce.- t..a: \,,_,ald I. .': "..-'..
yea. Oly
thought they could Lave p-a:.o.d, a:.:
I $15 or $2,. stove t as gocd enugh
tor almost anyone's kitchen.
"When I was younger and had to
bave things from the grocery stor-.
I went after my purchases. Now th,-
eonomer of a grocer or the butcher
cc the baker insists on having hiS
poand of butter, his mutton chop., ,r
is loaf of bread delivered at his do'-,c
The dealer must charge fur h:s horp--.
his wagon, his harn,-ss, and h:is- d--
liveryman. Someone rXust pay th,-
biU, and of course It C-,,._- f
the goods-the customer that et-s t!-.
benefit of the extra s-r:.- ,, t .
one that should stard fr :t, and ;
does whether h. likes :k ,r r:
"The cost of milk La- :.4,.-d '.
ily duirinr thp la. f,-w "',4-%r L. .v, "; .."
(be pe-ple r: t ,, ::'.. -'-. 2 '.
the manner ::n -.,. h : .: -
them. I am, a -: :-. -

th" rid i. :- : ... ..
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toat,-d L *:,]. ._ *. r .. .- .
n, on,-y .,, the L,:"
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fo und all .-.-' ::, .. .:. :, -' .


THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
Publisho-d -vpry evening, except Sun-
day. from Lx-cember 1 to April 1. by
STHE 1AZirTE-NKW(Xi.
T. E. FIT"ZGvALD. EdItor-Managt-r.
C. 8. HARIS. City Editor.
G.-o. F. CnorcH. Superlntendent.
Entered as e-cond-class matUtr D-
cember 1. 109. at the po-t office tt
laytona. Florida, under th- Act of
March S. lwi.





Heart to Heat


Talks.
By EDWLN A..N YE

THE WOMAN OF IT.



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'fLat i- t be ..wjma,: ,..
If' the girl d,: L*, (- ... t- .
and does rnarry Aibert sh>.: will :u.a~e
a great tmistake. A mran wbose wires
get crosse like that w ..,u d L,* a au-
gerous man io Jive witb.
But-
T incident erves to reveal the
gentenegs f a woma. s heart. A d
au doe ,na r rler sb< wi* -. .. ,* ,


a ge at tL;:: is:: a !k A Nvtos w1 i: 1., !







man wants to be loved for herself. A
woman may desire money asd ar\ciai
deposition, anssed desire ithem very mu.ud e a au-



but she yearns moet of all to be loved
gerous man er r selfiv. She witmay barter lo.
But-



for otbe incidegs but will always knowthe



sbe has created hlerselt.
Affection alone w-ill appease the hun-
gernleness in a woman's heart. Ad
It is customary for alen to sas a wo-
man cants ever real knoed f or herself. A
woman mar desire money aud social:
position. and desire them very mnuch.



but shey call her nse ridste ff to be loved-
foverse." enigmay sef. She may barter lover
for names. Tha t is a iustl always now
You she has cha reated the rost sacred secrtelf.
Affection alone will appease the hun-


gerf a::In a woman's Leart.-by vig her.
It is customary for ,,.e- to Say L-:,



ean can ever really know a woman r :.



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JAES J. HILl, RAILROAD


ANOTHER FRACTIONAL ROW

AMONG CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS.S


TRIP BY CARRIAGE FROM


CONNECTICUT TO FLORIDA.


CHANGE OF BY-LAWS FORESHAD. PARTY OF THREE TRAVERSE 1650
OWS OVERTHROW OF MRS. AN. MILES IN PICTURESUQE TRIP
NIE VICTORIA CROSS LEAVITT. FROM SUFFIELD. CONN., TO
BUFFALO, N. Y., Jan. :-A DAYTONA. FLA.

aand!
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PEERLESS ENGINE NI

A perfect and most economical fuel for Autmeg
and Stationery Gasoline Engle@

For sale at all principal poin.

GULF REFINING COMI


DAYTONA

AGENCY


0044


S. B. Green, Ai
'Phone No. 70 or 26.


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I CONRAD-OATES REALTY,

3 AND INSURANCE COMPANY


INSURANCE FLOW&,
FIRE, BURGLARY,
TORNADO, ACCIDEL.NT,
LIABILITY, AUTPMOBILE 1I
znd MARINE
0
DAYTONA.
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Property cf l:


SSTANLEY ES!

CENTER OF DAYTONA
RIVER FRONT
110x535-SUBDIVIDES INTO
.,0
BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE L
GOOD INVESTMENTS
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- Jas. S. Stanley, or NORMAN S. DA'
U nw IIII*I! 11* ----


GOVERNORS OF M ANY STATES

BASK IN TAFT SUNSHINE.

DISCUSSING OLR NAT!0NAL RE-
SOURCES 4ND CONSERVATION
-DO NOT APPROvE OF HIOLSE


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FEE


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Tw.%o Cottages A3y
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FOR SALE OR UT4M
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- SALE.
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W:LL TALK TC GRA % AND STOCK
GRO'vERS ,HO CCN'vENED AT
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SObw -sd Service Excellent. Broad Piazas on all
Wftwebite. Steal Heat. Every Modem
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"M be maaaged by white Northern help,
Sof the finest hotels in the North, and white
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mcis of the season, cooked and served by the
Swa!'tresses obtainable.
MI PNopwietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y.



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OFTHE HOTELS SAIS li 1TIL IIIP.

A GOOD PASSENGER LIST LEFT

ohn J. Bragg, of New York City, THIS MORNING FOR PALM
a ed Sunday and is guest at The, BEACH AND iNTERMEDIATE
Ha lton.
I POINTS.
S Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Newton, of Te-'
cumseh, Mich.. were among the last ,l he nt8er Constitution sailed
night's arrivals, guests at The Ham- :tis morning at 8:00 o'clock, from her
ion. berth at the Prince George dock, on
othe initial trip of the season to
Mr .and Mrs. A. D. Moelder, ofPalm Beach, with a good list of pas-
Mr .and Mrs. A. D. Moelder, of
Sandusky, Ohio, were at the Ridge- singers.
v ood Saturday. Mr. Moelder was for- IHotel Palm Beach, where the Day-
eriy a Daytona resident tona-Palm Beach boat has its landing
Sa at Palm Beach, is ready to receive
Miss S. McComb and two sisters, Ithose who will take the trip to this
resort by the romantic water
Misses M. F. and H. C. McComb arri'qesort by the romantic water
ed Monday from Pittsburg, Pa., and through the renowned Indian riv-
,a er and Lake Worth, which some day
will be at The Hamilton during their : t e d o th o o -
is to be dug so deep that our coun-
tay in the city. try expects to use it for an inland
Mr .and Mrs .C. Morgan, Mrs A G. passage in case of war, for transport
Morgan and MrsWeb, of Akron, Mrs. A. Gwho tion of its troops when needed.
Morgan and Web, of Akron, 0., who The boat line was very successful
were guests at The Palmetto for a s o a m we hefu
I few days, have taken Mrs. Hadfields last season and many went home from,
Z cottage om i'almetto avenue for the Palm Beach by boat and they all say
'.rjitie t is the only way t() really see and
season.
I enjoy this part of Florida. Daytona
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Rilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors
DAYTONA, FLORIDA


riiged and Improved Since Last Season.
Alutiful Grounds---Located on River Front


Concert Twice Daily


Iknement as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N J


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Degant Rooms with or without Baths.

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Simon Pure Lard in Pails


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Evaporated Milk


HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,
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FAMILY
10c, 90c dozen
$3.50 case


TALL
lOc straight
$4.35 case


HOTEL
20c
$4.25 case


Tetley's


Teas


Daily Market
Quotations.


Armour Star Ham .. .... lb. 20C
Ferris' Bacon ............ 55c
Armour's Simon Pure Lard in
Pals, 3 lbs. 65c.; 5 lbs. $1.00
10 Ibs. $2.00
Pride Oleo, in rolls .. .. .. .. 30c
N. Y. State Cream Cheese 25c
Swiss Cheese ............ .. 40c
-New Potatoes .. .. .. per peck, 40c
English Walnuts, new crop-lb..20c
Brazlls, new crop- ...... lb...20c
Almonds, new crcp-..... lb..25c
Mixed Nuts ............. 20c
Florida Pecans ........... 20c
Shelled Almonds, ...... .... 60c
Seeded Raisins.. ..13c lb., 2 for 25c
I Currants ...... 13c lb., 2 for 25c
Apricots, evaporated ...... ....18c
Peaches, evaporated .1...... 15c
Pears, evaporated .......... 20c
Oranges, per dozen, .........15c
Graperuit, each .. .. 5c
Lettuce, Radishes, Green Onions,
Turnips, Beets,Parsley, Mint,
Carrcts, ..........all 5c buncli
Pineapples ... 10 and 15c each
Cranberr;es ... 13c qt., 2 for 25c


CALL AND
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SEE OUR LARGE VAR-
FRESH VEGETABLES.


TETLEY'S TEAS---


The National Biscuit C(


Cakes and Crackers


EXCEL


Unsurpassed in Purity


ALL


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Contains No


Orange City Mineral S
$3.00 per case of 12 bottles
60 cents allowed for empty
bottles and case when returned


All data proves this water to be quite free from Organic mafter-
healthful, palatable drinking water and one admirably adpgu
domestic and general purposes. : :


Scudder' s


ORANGE PEKOE
INDIA and CEYLON
FORMOSA OOLONG
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Puri-Tan-Ated Brand Cohe


WELCH'S


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If you're a lover of fine Teas you'll
enjoy the delicate and refined fra-
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PUT UP IN PACKAGES SO AS
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Quarter Pound Packages


Contains only the finest grades of
Coffees purified by a process that
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JOB


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DEPARTME


Has just received over one thousand pounds of the most Modern and Pretty Faces of Type.
This in itself is not so much but our workmen are artists in their line and the combination
of Modern Type, First-class Workmanship and Good Paper is what produces


Put up in the tollowilg sizes


BABY
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is No Place


oLike Daytona


jLmMrt in which to spend the winter

'got of it Daytona is known the

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By LEONARD MALLOY.
CbebWU, 11K, by AmfIcaf Prs Asao-
-etemoo]
Ralph KIrt. convict, hbaing a good
record, was ordered to work with a
rty7 outside the prison ineoesure. Of
oMN prison officials stood over the
workmen with loaded rfles and revoir-
eN, No escape was as difficult as when
they were within the walls.
But something came up In compari-
son with which the rifles of the guards
were but as popguns. Kirby looked
up from his work and saw a black
cloud coming that looked more terrible
than the judge who years before bad
passed sentence upon him. It was bal-
loon shaped, the neck trailing on the
-wind. He glanced at the guards and
saw that they were standing; with
their backs to the prison wall, with the
cloud also behind them. Ue worked
on and said nothing, but a hope was
rising and swelling in his breast.
It passed between him and his
guards. Being forewarned, be threw
himself flat on the ground and held ou
to a stout bush. When It had passed
the guards were nowhere to be seen.
There was method In what he did
when he started to run in the wake of
the storm. It was the only direction
he could go to find possible safety. Ile
ran a mile over a ruined strip of coun
try, when he came to a small vllhaiv
that had been wrecked. Befi re:
house that had been turned arund
and blown over on its side a inan wai-
lying on his back dead. !\ir;v i,
ticed that the head had betvn disti'ir
ed beyond recognition. lie was l..i>-
ning ahead, and his plans were made
with lightning rapidity. lie took 1i'
dead man's clothing for himself :and
put his stripes on the dead min:.
Then, taking up the body, he carried it
to a distance from the wrecked village
and threw it in a ditch to make it alp-
pear that it had been carried by thte
cyclone from the prison.
The storm had no sooner passed than,
parties were sent out to scour the
country for those convicts who had
escaped. But they were not the onLly
persons moving about. Without tlheic
narrow belt traversed by the storm n,
one lined been injured, anld rescue ar-
ties were coining from ail dire:.ti,,.i<.
Kirby, whose i,'ng (' .liTeieiit lh:a.
brou-Zht iii healthi, hi:d !v th!is ti-::<'
used up al his st"'Cit. l Ci tO (' h ,1
skirts ,f the ail!L:e a V 'a, c l'.a(l ,',','
redu,'(] t. a l.,'i,, of ;:,1,i 1 !i w,,, i
Kirby de.!d.d to (crawl i:. uineltr t"
wreck. lie hd nd w'rined himself in as
far as pssile \l h .':i a rescue jart..
came along and, seeing his boots, un-
covered himn. i'elgning death, he la%
on his back, but one of the party put
his ear to the convict's heart and heard
it throbbing. Liquor was poured down
his throat, and he know that his sham
could not be kept up. Through partly
closed lids be saw that no prison ofli-
cial was present, and the opened his
eyes. Ho begged the party to leave
him and go on to others who needed
their attention. They were persuaded
and did as he suggested.
Then came another party, and the
convict, mistaking them for searchers
from the prison, again feigned death.
By this time it was dark, and his ef-
fort was more successful-almost too
successful. They began to dig beside
him, and when they had made a shal-
low gravo they put him in and cov-
ered him with earth. lie was about
to cry out, when it occurred to h!ii:
that they were not burying him deer
and the earth above him would 1,e
loose. No sooner had the shoveig'flu ,,
clods ceased t> poutid him thim !;,* !..
zaui to ,ush thmci away f,,r air.


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By SARAH J. ATWATER.
(Cop) right, 11. by American rMs Amo-
Ciationj.
In the town of Selkirk during the
reign of Henry IP. of Scotland a shoe-
maker sat working at bis bench. From
the rear of his shop came a child's
cry. The man paused in his work and
listened. The child was hushed by its
mother, and the shoemaker went on
with his work. Presently a woman
entered the shop. She was young and
handsome.
"I pray you, Alec," she said, "give
up this mad freak. We are not strong
enough to successfully invade Eng-
land. Let the king lead an army over
the border If he likes and take the
consequences which will be sure de-
feat But do you stay at home. If you
go you may lose your life; if you re-
turn our people will revile you for
bringing misfortune upon them."
"I think you are wrong, Margaret,"
replied her husband. "Our people are
turning out In great force. I alone
am to bring a hundred men to the
army of invasion."
"And wreck a hundred families!"
"Scotland will be the gainer."
""' ,Hand will be the sufferer. I be-
-,,u desist."
-e gone too far to retreat, Mar-
I would be ulpbraided for a
n ;. .., ,*,*at."
Mlkar'izaret IIume returned to the
dwIv ;;, ,rtionl of the 01,it e. thut in
a reiii-'it returned wxith their bahy
gir1. !i.'" ;:,':ilths (oid. I ,dit)_ the' ei' l 1
1; t, its' fatlier, she saidl
"If ytu are killed, A.!ec, in this
war wvj,' will keep me and your chil:
fr,. ,,isery?"
TIme ioppeal broughtt tears to the
man1's eyes. Gladly would he have
abandl,,ned his intention, but pride held
hi1m fronm doing so. lie would 1-t
desert his king and his country in their
houllr of need.
"Your desire to be thought brave.
Ale," triedd his wife, made desperate
byl hi lirinuess, willl II(it supply the
chiil whlom you are bound to Suppol),rt
with i ,-read or clothing. Huuor, for-
sooth' IHere is where h,' nr lies for
y4tl--1i- t di n r in de-h

and lh:ilxy:"
Tl'l: c'iulple parted in an -' r, llaine tI .
1 i'; lI'ii' f,.r,'(e nrm-x'hiii.: t,, ,!"t,'f.
I1 tle, tig.h!lt that tll--u(ed Al e\ ;.x: ,h
II'l::i,' "10 :s in the tli. k lper'l' rIiin p o(di'gie'- o!f v:ai'. i '"
!,,'-: l ? lidu indued to ji'i ill tt, .

ci d i: li as exa ipile. : (11, o,\ til !'1
tl,[y, n le mal in leather.; dll and w, ith a small white f.-ather in hi--
lhelmet, who had conie on to the tielii
just as the battle began, took pI.sition
beside him and fought with equal cour-
age as himself. An English soldier
succeeded In getting very close to
IHume and was about to plunge his
spear between the clasps of his armor
when the man with the white feather
struck down the enemy.
"Your name?" cried Hume.
"Never mind my name," replied the
man who had saved his life.
Wherever Hume went that day the
man with the white feather went, prm,-
tecting him from the many perils that
beset him and on many an occasion
forestalling an enemy who was atou
to crush him. At last the scattered
army gave way and tied in every di-
rection before the victorious English-
men. IIume, with the others, escaped
from the field anld ftr a time la:y cin-
cealed to avoid capt.iure.' Ils ir-st
thoii-'ht after etner ini, frii;i hi>- hid
llg lace was th.' .,l!i',r 'Al., !Lo;.
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Full stock Electric Irons, Coffee Percolators, Toasters,

Griddles, Chafing Dishes, Fans and Warming Pads.


THE SCHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE and


WATER COMPANY.


WE CONFESS


We admit it frankly the Merchants Bank wants your business. But we also,
can assure you that in return for your business, this bank not only offers a service
which we believe almost perfect, but unquestioned security for every dollar entrust-
ed to our care.
In cold, unassumin g figures, here is our guarantee to every depositor retard-
less of the amount he may have in this bank.


Capital


Surplus and Profits .
Stockholders Liability


S250.000.


any possible loss.
We repeat:


$100,I000.00


S. 50,000.00
100,000.00

T'tal, S250,000.00


That amount stands between your deposit and


This bank wants your business.


Merchants Bank


Branch of Vo!usia County Bank)j


A. D. McBRIDE, President
J. B. CONRAD, Vioe-President
F. N. CONRAD, Cashier


Daytona, Florida


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For Ladies, now on exhibition at our store. Positively
the best values ever offered at the price


$3.50 and up


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CRYSTAL

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MOTION PICTURES


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Striken Blind
Princess of the Sea
Hand Painted
Liquid Air
A Woman's Wit
The Widow

THOSE. W. LANE
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THE WEATHER.
For Eastern Florida: Local rains
tonight or Wednesday: moderate
South shifting to East winds.


H .L .Reed arrived Saturday
Mansfield. Ohio, Iad Joined Mrs.
at their home on South Palmez:e,,
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Monday o~n a %j-:r w:j 1:..2
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F. trubacker is shipping some very
fine looking celery.

*Gem City Minstrels at Crystal
Theatre tonight.


The sunshine of yesterday and to-
day has been most tempting to our
winter visitors, and the ferry boat
and automobile bus making the round
trip to Seabreeze and Daytona Beach
have "made good;" touring cars and
carriages as well. making the drive
): DeLand, Newv Smyvrna and Ormond.A

CALIFORNIA IN THE GRIP
OF THE FROST KING.
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Will be at our Store, Jam

17 to 19, with a full me


Samples.


If in need of


Tailoring, please call.


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',*ET WiTH SERIES OF
DISTRESSi\G OCCRPRENCES


*I BRATS SOUTHWARD
B T li ven:ence at AL
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Hotel Despland Barber Shop
HAR DRESSING PARLORS
Miss Fairbanks
L~ec- -s" i;a Lad.es' Hair Dress:-,.
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Mr .and Mns 1) W. (%a,,,i:
e-aughter, MilQ-zEva, of Miam.,'sbur-z,

Lave taken roo:., :. :,~
apartim-rA ol.--


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"For Rent."
'For Hire" and
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Dr. HaIe~s Coy.
D~r. [Hale iwol r:o. ato r.f.l.,mIi
tflgtOflof New ),,-k- w ~fl.- -"'
The latter had 1,--n -i. I :Ai: i
his shIrt caiise4la I 'u :I
Christlan '~itr ).
have saints a:~ .* 1'O
days In tbp ~~
pallan minister x i~- ~*
day ror wb;h:-h -. a.
way's ett, to !a:* ~.. .
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JAN Zw-28-29,


Seats on Sale at Hankins'
Drug Store.

Dance every Monday evening
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GENE JOHN
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CEINTRAL BRIDE


P ~ ridge -740.


Fresh Meots of all Cuts
| ...aad... _

5 Fresh Groceries, Staple
and Fancy
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SHEPPARD'S

0 He will give you a fair deal
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and prompt service
N. Beach St. 'Phone 119.
S andnnolFaonn cynomnunonos


a BARNES1
3THE NOVELTY MAN
S6 lb t~ation'ry anad 4boo lippes,0
*Phonographs, Mowing = Des.t',
*Typewritcr'.. Croqkvry. tiWn'swart".
ufthr', Fishinv. Tnekle, To~ys nnd*
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3 ~BARNES3
W ~ill a!-io frimw your Picture. fIx*
our ilam~ps und !Uunbrelihts, sharp-n*
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4) T nn uy th i n gtIhat I s ou t of w h 2ck*
0 In f:.k-t. for any want e.aIZ on
3 BARNES
THE NOVELTY MAN
-kuth iB -.tchSt rtet, t. 'ytola. Fla.


Skirts from $1.00 up, Coat Sub

NEW LACES--NEW EMB
Sahlin Perfect form and Corset
Glove Fitting Corset .
McCALL'S PATTERNS


The Chas. E. Gardi


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