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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 20, 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: VID00408
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WATERMAN" FOUNTAIN PENS
V. NEWSPAPERS AND
^^_ PERIODICALS ^^


P~IA~dEvery.Evening Except Sunday


During December. January, February and March at the Prettiest
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BY UNITED PRESS.


Winter Resort in Florida.


DAYTONA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1910


15 Cents per Week


away


T. F. Fit7i:'rvA'd F. F. t
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
h;>- ......: ":,'ci~lti.,- ;or ]Kxiniiiini,'-;
und P.rfectlng l.ind Titles
Offlc,- in Conrad Building. 'Phone 1N


7i CEDWARD
-fG JAUNT


Rooo-
*gsVm rival In
HHm in east
|- d His Royal
i Patrick Al-
h brother
|lMfe and Duch-
l oa, Prince
OUIewr, Princess
r dozen oth-
SAdmiral
|ftB Marseilles
pgoof party will
o Now port on
ON that place
In shooting ex-
S ofd But Afri-
MMe ground
Roosevelt.
- reas visited
01M the Duke.
Sof the reasons
00 -o this trip
O ll to forget
_Jftbterof no
I born in 1883
Mie Arthur Pat-


ts now on
b*, hut is still
~ physically.
p t skot and
t.= ue.
p me. the party
AMAt of British
%sintb r Nair-
#lmk the
a ay at Nair-
w 1 proceed to
Sof both the
P &tricia to ac
AM&Othe whole
;*wwi are expect-
Babout the

were taken
s for bridge

Int matters
fll this charac-
6 mm of the

W pie for an
S m would
y tebut thi
be m with
bon every-
wMl be on a1
b is usual.
& more ex-
-wi ed, too, and
accesories.
A" of what
69 a shooting
9t e to make
| supplies for
by the chief
W6 gamze shoots.
Oft personal bty
edlris, one cook,

10 fave your gull ii
t tas you lmika-
Ilrbd to th i- : .
WOC beasts y.


COUSIN OF SECRE-
TARY BALLINGER WEDS.
SEATTLE, Wash., Jan. 20-A not-
able wedding in this city today was
that of Miss Alma Stewart, daughter
of Mr and Mrs. A. B. Stewart, and
John M. Ballnger, a cousin of the Sec
retary of the Interior .

NEW POUNDLAND
WANTS MORE RAILROADS.
St. JOHNS, N. F., Jan, 20-Exten-
bion of railroads throughout the colo-
ny will be the principal business to
(ome before the Newfoundland Par-
liament, which convened today under "
Piemier Morris.


A


REbINDER


When in the market for Fishing Tackle


"If you don't trade with us

we both lose money."


Gruber-Morris Hardware Company


ROBERTA I)E JANON. PI'lILAIDELPIIIA lEIEIESS,

AND) FRED COIE'NA.. WAITER SHE ELOPED- WITh.


THEATRICAL MAN SHOT HIS

WIFE IN A POLICE STATIL


CONFERENCE ASKED TO DETER- SHE HAD RUN AWAY WITH AN.


MINE ON A COMPROMISE -- NO


STRIKE EXPECTED.


OTHER MAN AND HER REFUSAL
TO RETURN DROVE HIM TO


NEY YORK, Jan. -.-Thirty t- Lo DESPERATION.
railroads centering here today refus-a
ed the demniands made by "''i..'H,., \ILKESI.ARRE, P., an. 2i-No


NEW HA'.'EN CON~rrRE-NCE,



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BOSTON& MAINE CONFERRING


1919 lO BE A Y[II


Of HORRORS TO1 1"Ls

NOTED FRENCH SEERESS MAKES
DIRE PREDICTIONS OF CRIMES,.
L
SOCIAL REVOLUTIONS AND FI-i
I


NANCIAL DISASTER.


Hoberta de Javon. the sixteeti-Ye~Ar-iAI Philadelphia heiress, who eloped with Fred Cohen. a welter. a.
mmo. aud w-as arrested %,ltb Wnhi Y iiit, ;otdliv of Chicapiz. declared wheti shie ma.trled fo~r her houie tb:tmt 'i* ;
stand by Cohen and that be should ii? t (wprimsectited for abdiweilon. The zirl ln21l~ted that slip haid hti'i o!
vrafter to leare his wife and elope with hobar .id that she had dotie su becusu-e she- dreaded the iden tof
to a boarding school. Miss de Jantaiu's nii-rher Is dead. arid for several % ,'mrs she bas been I lvhia v%,,
wealtb~y grandfather. Robert BuIst. at thefa 'ii''riBI el eviie Srra rford i ioe .l inPIladeli~it~ia. ASher.ls ..
the restraint be threw aroiundIher awit i *.d-1t r,e- I o I r iv: l~ in'e t'i "tty si )tJChizi o1r th'. W r.4I~
toosaph of MIse de Janon. her pet dog I"t i. 41 Fred ( oht-in was t~ikell I:t Ct~ttI'1 att h. imlne of their >


MAI WIRELESS SYSTEM

TO BE GREATLY EXTENDE9.

SIGNOR MARCONI SALE[ T-,'L


FROM LONDON F',,-: Al'l
-WILL REBLiLD L-LA'.E


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CPADA TO HAVE GOLD


OFV\SI[ R OWN MINTA6[.

L L F-E LL j 6iTAINED F -


STEEL COMPANY EXPANDS


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TERRIFIC FLOODS SWEEPING

SOUTH AND EAST FRANCE.

-L NDRELDS iN DANGER OF LOS-

;,4; L.%',S-- P.R OPERTY DAMAGE


~L~.A.L)'~ LNC~RN1QLS


FROM $5009,000 0 $5,000,000

P!TTSBLRG CO\CEa\ .N E \ t -
OPEN HE'ARP : T ; =: "," .... ,


"llrcast, 1in !,, 'i;s attracted so
:n c I attI t~~ _,ts -tv:In as jis
4 ~,1L1 'tcIin ~C:t of Geo-

in ~' ..' iifur'.~- :r~idcrNkas call-
T I~t courIt this

H: .'~1 lierally



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114.. ~ t n a.-ro:'P i-rI v \ -- Fran-
4,. s Lee4, of Zion City, Ill. Shie and
\i~rtn ad livvdtItfn--ther 'ri Aflanta,
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ROOSEVELT MAY BE [N\1


SPEAKER Of THlE HOUSE.


RUMOR SAYS BOOM WILL BE
LAUNCHED IMMEDIATELY ON
HIS RETURN FROM AFRICA.
W \ i i.\ O;).\', .':i:. -2"-TI1-: laL-
--.>' I,'A{ir that id dI!urb;,,V "IUncle
'.... .':n t.i., is that "'h.-,d4)re Rt ose-
:'.it. ui, h.A r,!tIiAt fr,:i;A .Urnt. will b
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W. EL WRIGHT ...
Painting |
Paper Hanging I
Decorating |
219 MAGNOLIA AVt.Nuhc


RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
Il'pos-ltion to Trpat You Ritht.
Ltlt Us Bc 'Aour Jewil.,n.-
IL H. ROWE & CO.


NEVILLE H. CLARK
OPTOMETRIST.

w w
EYES TESTED-FRAMES FITTED


DR. C DeW. AKE

J% Dentist
Offleo Hour+.--K:.0) to 4:8D
Office, South Beach Street, Oppo-
site City HalL


RAILROADS REFUSE TRAINMEN'S

DEMANDS FOR HIGHER WAGES.


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GEoM WRAY

PUM~S md
PLAYER flMS


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ICE CREAM

MUIS'


|~ BUG BARGAINS
i Ne rW er St at M

W. L A7N PRICE *



I"NG WAH
CHINESE LAUNDRY
*214 SMAC K STUMT. DATTONA, rLORIDA.
D hrws 1 Night hirts12ghtt .. s*
h Mi.S rts". .... W Toolen hlrts 10
he* Irts. .. rUndershirts ..
New Shirts ..... 1 Drawrrs...... ..
Shirts collar ott. .13 S okr:. po-r pair :
Dollars or Cuff.- ?- Handka rchntfs .
Also Ladht-s Clothes at corresponding prices.
i mioUo@ouomeo m eomo.o.*


| QUIGGS' BAKERY
a PRODUCERS OF THE
I rLKtELCTION OF
| BAKERY GOODS.

gmeuuuueuuele emome.
.o.o..U@U@E@UoU@o._0,o U.o0,

S SA.VE' MoNF'Y I,-v ,' n! l:ti 2
I '(OMAN- ART FXtHANK.-- N. *
B -ach t. Benutifuis<>i\- :iir-.Hrii U
W hlst. 'l c',un.T-r- a.il n -:A.' A *
i great r-ttluitK'n n rn 'rrlt :i- lt'"i k.
A ]revt hti ni: for for if "w .Trk~." ,iT,'
{ IfHti&~tf1I Ilr I Of I ~i- ;t :;' ^'.' ll ;! 2
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......3U.U@UOUEOE@EC*U@***
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MAC'S BREAD
THE REAL STUFF

| MAC'S CAFE
THE REAL THiN0
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NiOBOIOIOBOIOBOBOBOI@ UO..
STOMOKA RIVER and9
NEW SMYRNA
on Steamers
0 UNCLE SAM and CHEROKEE
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IT A FOUR CYCLE Oi
LAMB" FMJLL arine Engines
I H. C. Thompson, Agent
SI -lniolii-Ii'ttiln.' ^iil n'll- t',,:; -' :; ,:
any ltin.. Phon .-1-J2.



2 E. T. PITCHER
SHAVANA CIGARS
* North Beach St., Daytona. Fla.
3 CALL FOR MY CIGARS M
SClear Havana Smokers 5c.

nu~n~n~mmononu~ m~lnono s

I JACOB ESPEDAHL
S Contractor and Builder
* Designer and Crat-,;:;'a:-:
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* OSCAR MICHAEL
0 CONTRACTOR -
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GOOD MEAT

BIRCHWOOD S l



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STry Birchwood s Butter
R.D. JOHNSON, M.
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E. D. MILLS

BARBER

Hioh Class ima Every
Particular.
South Beach Street


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By L. C. DEMAREE.
One of Daytona's crowning glo-
ries is her incomparable beach. No
one who ever set foot upon its
smooth, packed sands; no one who
ever pedaled a bicycle over its ex-
panse; no one who ever drove a
prancing pair of horses and listen-
ed to the popping of their steel shoes
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power au-
tomobile down the broad stretch of
wave-washed and surf-packed sand
but realized that it is a world-beat-
er, a world-wonder. Go stand upon
this wide speedway and see the hap-
py souls flit by In joyous mood, and
answer whether this is not one of
i!he s'-'.n modern wonders.
The PMacid. Pellucid Halifax River.
\Vh-r' ti.ink you is watt-r \vih more
pi..t~ p- : Z. ::d:::s2 Ncarly a


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1W 1W'e 0 00*10*o*o*6o$
JOHN M. SHEELEY I
~A Specialty of
Interior Decorating.
8 Orders Be Left at Rowes
A pac o BecStore.


AUTO OWNERS, ATTENTION-
You can get your tires patched up
any old place, but for real, reliable
Vulcanizing Work that will stand the
racket, send your repairs to the Vul-
canizer,. Cottage Ave., opposite Yacht
Club. Win. S. McGREGOR, the ori-
ginal Daytona Tire Man-Agent forij
the FISK RUBBER COMPANY. .

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


See


25c Window.





I BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS


:, Dr. Jno. A. Van VF:h, Fh. C.


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Nose, Throat, Lungs and Rhuma.;sm treated
by the E!ectro-Thermros-Vibratory Method.

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superficial observer. With such lav-
ish wealth of natural beauty it be-
came an easy thing for the hand of
man to give the finishing touches
which have wrought out the colors
and outlines of the big picture.
Man did all this in the laying out
of the streets with their wide margin.
of parkage. The entire city becomes
a great park, with driveways inter-
secting. miles upon miles of drive-
ways so goodi as to attract motorists
rom all over the continent.
And as for the pavements, pave-
meuts that look and act like granite,
-whure else b-tweeni the eastern;
and western s.as are So L.I.y miles
'i *' ''.*:- t,) a r::.i a:it t .s? "Yh^
-: '.... ,r ,;",'4- ,21 s:at -:ds w ithl th.:
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S DR .H OGTN*joy-ous nott.-s help togive u1s
ii ~ Ii~ entist ~and syumentrv t,-)tlwpitr'
1: 'ii''~ .2 \~ ~ ~ k I)1 vtona yields th- Trjti 1: U-' fr
.1 1u limaitv and quant t.'lr wr. Lr
secC2'is of ~i ~ (. 2
Ii lty to the C;T.y, ~ac'S bi~
OSTEOPATHY !t~the t~artb with .I
~~DR. J.C. Herman U1~cu~ odi r o

Lov~s-d onVot-u4a T e Fastest Autos ard The Fi!es-t
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Phvs~cian arid Surgen k.
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WA6

IN STENT
COPANY
Incorporated)
M. L. Waggoner
Rt-side-nt Manager
Desirable Building
Lots on all streets
in town; also river
and ocean sites .
Office on
Oeafn Boulevnrd
SEABREEZE


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ISSENA


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L. Z. BURDICK
CONTRACTOR
and E$LILDER

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SFITZGERALD
\ &
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LAWYERS'
S Daytona, Fla.


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EABREEZE and DA
BEACH, two ent
progressive towns on I
fax Peninsula, are geograpl i
although incorporated as m
municipalities. The tow= i
the peninsula north and saLl
distance of from three and
to four miles, and extend I
west from the surging sea*
Atlantic Ocean to the Halinf l
the beautiful tide-water
sets them apart from Dayt
which they have close -u
by means of three bridge&, 1
a half-hour ferry service.
Seabreeze and Daytona i
essentially summer and w
Sorts and are making hI
new friends every year a "o |
who desire to escape the
ing extremes of heat ando^
their hotels and boardit
are now- receiving splendid
age from the nmost discaiu
class o; tourists. .
The mean a terae tem rat
de-recs in :he surr.nmr and 7d0 1
in the A:ntCr, :. anoc
extra r;,c c'r J-'-: :ew da '
atij- ;Prnk, t''. j r'i. of the M
health r. lj.,.i: >:.. : any ir

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The o-,':a:; ;" -. "h its
ba.:h :; i.J .i :" i ma r and
a- a : : -.--'.t-.st at
a, -:'.a4.h a ': 1 :. and sky m l
:to ha -- c.. i a com b im ft
to c:L.aUc '- *..r. charm.
beach as t ".,t -4*tomobhl 1
o u r s e '/ h e.. .;*< ,, J nd 's st x ir f l
aoM ';' r..:.cer-' ; '- Lcc-, .uade. and 1
-- r .,_'.rd : .', aes to b

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-WPIV NEW SMYRNA


F ORMON D-ON-THE-HALIFAX


L DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA


me- lox a MlseNO
~~hI.p OfI a


I A *- 12 o g eck
tA the hi o*fman
ti laflrmnd with wircs of

ofd weIt as s-hard and
as a glear and over-arched by
fewut gis that grew in state-
Hdaring the lapse of by-
New Smyrna is truly
of romance and rest.
liture here is very inviting to
and pleasure-seeker. Here
be found the best fishing and
ain the State of Florida.
people are thrifty, the bnsi-
mml eenterprising, and all u :I:-
,.ambding the welcome hand of
Sto strangers. There are
h edifices for white people
as equal number for the colored
the town has an excellent
scool, a splendid public lib-
ud p-to-date business houses.
are any number of pretty
Hfor the permanent population
saumbaers close to 2,000, and
very fine winter residences.
an good hotels and boarding
where you can find accomo-
to meet your requirements.
'Hinliuug New Smyrna is as fine a
k of vegetable land as can be
anywhere. This land has
i divided into small farms which
eH bought at reasonable prices
of the finest celery grown in
State is raised on tL's land. All
vegetables grow in abundance,
here, too, is the home of the !am-
dian River oranges.
S Mew Smyrna has no bonded iu-
tbdness and thc tax levy is low
A. point that no tourist should fail
4p visit is the ruins of the Old Span-
lib Mission whicL stand somber and
if- about one and a quarter miles
-hwest of New Sm- na. A good
Sleads to the place and the trip
b e easily made by an automobile.
ia the great pine fiats by the
of the forest, is this place of
~for the pious; this ren-
*Pn r- l the picnicker. The ruins
iRmll ve, and while there is no
history of their origin, it
Il pu-d that the Mission was
by th Franciscans in the days
f- tcoc powerful Kingdom of
r ll plant i ed its flag upon what
Aica lsoiL. It was built
Kifl u, the roof being of the
I- drial, cut into thin slabs
everd with cement plaster.
wll gardens surrounded it,
were enclosed by a stone
psuios of which still remain.
usually come in parties
ikny aad curious but the spell of
pace soon falls upon them and
Iphneparate to sit alone, silent and
( i-itative, under the arches or be-
*4e the ancient well.
CORONADO
ISI tuitd on the peninsula opposite
Ne myrna and is connected by a
road and bridge over the deep
t of Indian River. Hcre you
put aside your conve:nit.al a
breathe in large and deep the ,
tonic o0 the sea and enjoy you,- -
to your heart's content with roti
all ia row or &ail hbat or in th'e


THE

ICEAN mlOSE
F. W. SAMS
PROPRIETOR





fOt[L
Rates:
S3.00il per Day
Special per
Week
Excellent Hunting
and FLihing
NEW R MYRNA
FLORI DA


HOTEL

TURNBULL

A House Strctly
rlust C"a.
Every Respect
L1rnni-rs for .Mo:or-
ing lPrll<-. a
p .eta lty
Rates: $2.0G pr
Day and Up
BENNETT and
HODGES
PROPRHI ETORM

M. A.

6ALBREATH
High Grade
Men's Outfitter
NEW MYRNA
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While at
New Sm rna
LUNCH
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BELL'S


Tonsorial Parior
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MANITAKI BATH!-

PURE

ICE CREAM
Confections
Cold Drinks

Th, Hl.st of Ev, r-
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SORMOND


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Pure Hoine MaJe


MARMALADEIS AND
TIR0P.CAL
PR~ESERV~ES
Special Attention to


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SORMOND is five miles north of!
Daytona, located on the western
bank of the Halifax River. The 1o-
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. I
Many fine residences are main-,
tained on either side of the river,
Most of them embellished with sub-'
Stropical flora and shrubbery, besides
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
trees.
The town is very cosmopolitan,
has an excellent graded school, sev-
eral churches, a fine public library,
up-to-date places oi business and
comfortable and convCnicnt hotels
anId boa!d 1in1 ho, .C
0;::;-i. d !.;, i.t.;~::.: -.** i'.c i+'':-,-;J
attract'ons--in ra i't, i odt t'',iiliN,
excell,,ent .utomnoblini s.'i.c tvatii,
salubrious cli.nae .-.. C '.' .,'sa It
w:-iks and drives.
At Or:ouid B i-h -, L,,.tcd the
!arise Hotel Oc 'rtod!t, ,.l .s !:.sser
-.stcr, Br ,ttoil Inn. 'i'tc tirwicr oc-
cupies a posit:oL oveirlookini the
Halifax Rivcr, wlite t!Vc latter has as
its outlook tlhe ni .u1mli:icnt beach and
the broad Arlantic.
Thc walks ia all direction- are
particularly attractive, and the ar-:
bors, shliady and invitiii spots and
romantic nooks arc croWvdcd with
rus,,tic s.-ats which aic miute invita-!
tiots to ettcr into t!he enjoyment
-th reoi.
Besides the bread, smooth ocean
h e.ich thicre arc manly dri 'es for car-
riage or automobile--lone drives and
short drives; drives through groves
ot golden oranges; drives through
deICI,,c tropi,,l tre-ts- to Spanish
ri i-, di v s to It. t i..c:c,:t Cause-
*..v hi.._}! t,, !!h_" ;l ive, i pl.tild ers
1' lon1i a~o, 'a n,, irat r ,''t'-. ) t it e |l, lta-
tions ot lho-'T..'le :;' : v, Lose
plUcaC',s .trc repletc ,it 1 '.tre-st
ct S ,uihicri -'ui 's .."'. *:.. ..
4 OnC e oat these i ''t.' .''.i planta-
t',ic- i 1-; Number N1t. ., located onl th<"
<'. ,;+c ,,> -. v. tr. i s .. ..*t'l 2,.', t h.-
: .' t,, :, I ,C '.'t al -.e
I n'i '. oF !. ,!'- .i
ri-v;e :Ml-hs !i: '' .* '.'n;>.ou co''.e to'
,ot.iid .Ud .' .V C.,te o' tI',C tIlC-st t.rai'IgC
tr,,v Cs ili thli -, a. of Flo.rida.
Maotuii-''r.i e 'a a.1 tieC headwaters oi
;hlie Halitax 1 i.v r .all is amid pretty
urrounildinls.. '1 lie ,lace is reachdied ,
I'," a good ro.:.d Ipassitng Number
N.ne] and is a i: i ye all tourists imay
CtijO'y'.

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OR WRITE TO

MACON
mum
THORNTON
ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAY
INTERESTED"
IN PROPERTY IN
ORMt)ND OR
ORMOND BEACH
II. Will (;ivel Your
u -l. s Prompt
.k\tantoion


MILDRED LODGE V
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O'n '..\ 'l* Fro li i
"1!;\I N i ', Fl. \. ;
A First Class Mod-
cru Hou,,se; Rooml-.i
Siiglc or En Suite:'
Nith or without
Private Bath Ser-
vice and Cuisilne
Unexcelled ...
A. M. WATSON
Propr.


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On the Ormond
Road Half Mile
South o01 Ormond

3nc of thle Finest
;rcvvcs in Volusia
;c-unti .


VISITORS
WELCOME


liE
RUBY ORANGE



MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
Are Produced at

"NUMBER NINE"
Their Reputation
is Established. No
Comment is Rcallv
Necessary.


( PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE


RIZY'S


New Smyrna
Is tbh Place


ROSE VILLA
M i a il. MOIi I.I. I
Proprl'-t rtss
Vi,'- (.for Trauntlents
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If lor
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PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY
t intl'.'
0A NFR of the BEST
2iver Front
PROPERTY
IN P'ORI ORANGE

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PORT ORANGE is a pretty little
village situated tive miles south of
Daytona on the Daytona-New 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 towu is will laid'ont and has
many pretty homes owned and occu-
" ied by resident-, and winter tourists.
.. .s s..'alm crutches, one of the
!'Ct iila .ti -,. '. ols in V ,lu'-ta'
i Yty, t %o Yi;<- :ral stores, a real
estate ac;cnc,; a...A two orthree hoti-
A lar nc a... )-Ir of tourists alA
1, 1'tt:r rTC .cI.I JC miake Port Ora :,.,:
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PORT ORANGE

BEACH
Lots for Sale.
Liberal Terms
Allowed for
IMPROvEME'NTS
Ocean or River
FISHING
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VOLUSIA

COUNTY

BANK
DULAND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

A. D. McBRIDE
President
J. B. CONRAD
Vice President
S. A. WOOD
Ca*shlvr


G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Di ugs. Stationery,
fluylcr's Candies,
Kodaks, Cigars
1DtLANP, FLA.


J. W. PERKINS

Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law


Will Practic- inri
Stat, ;i1l
F.'di. ril
t.'LU!rt-

I'PlIANII. -FlA.


W. D. HAYNES
Grocer
i':L\NlN', FLA.

"\W' ^j...ik for
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LANDIS& siist
Attorueys ;at Lav; 1
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STEWART & BLY
IHanc A. Stowitrt
Egfurd1 Hiy
Mairy Stowlirt
Attorneys at Law
aiud Notar.1t Publtc
I'-I. AND, FL \.


"FOUNTAIN'S"
DELANDI), FLA.

Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


For Florida
FARMS
(WROS
TIMBER or
TRUCK
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111 GOULD

I[[lTY C0.


DELAND, the county seat of
Volnsia County,
is situated 23 miles southwest of
Daytona and is reached from the lat-
ter city by an excellent hard-surface
road recently constructed.
At DeLand is located the John .
Stetson University, one of the lead-
ing education 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 Government depository for the
State of Florida, and contains over
15,000 volumes. Scien,:ce Hall, one
of the newest of 16 buildings, with
its furnishings, represents an outlay
of $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of
the most beautiful college buildings
in the South.
The city has a population of about
3,500, with a thickly settled country
adjacent. DeLand proper is five
miles east of the St. Johns River, on
the high, rolling pine land of the
great "Orange Ridge" of Florida.
The predominating products are,
oranges and grapefruit, the estimated
crop from tLAs vicinity being over
300.900' boxes this year. Grapes,
peachc-;, pears, Japan persimmons,
plum-. .., ,aavas, strawberries,
and oihL," itu.,, itre growu in plenty.
In the way o. public improvements
are many miles ot r ue shell roads, au
excellent high school electric lights,
a ,y.,tci'. o.' .itcrworks that is co'-d
and operated by the city, supplyuin
the purest water at little cost.
NIUe .Cl. e, ot .',or-hli te .t iy tb t
j P .L.aAA is a C.1.. ;',.';-.o'; coff'!iu-
I ) a _.. l.- 1-- t'A'il Aa C O 'i, .' /I-I-t LI
j"ttif,. [$a~t -.;, ,.-p'>:-, ;'aii-ias, ."ett'.-
ion:ts (Not htern .,-!d b.,'utheru), P',es
b', tenrias, C!hrixtiats aud Catloh.'-.
bes-idcs colored bauptists and Mctho-


dists, "re represncuted.
The graded sch.oi offers a tea
years' course, and thec building which
it occupies is newly furnished
throughout, and is Onue of the most
coinmodious and beNst equipped pub-
lic schools in the State.
The trip from Daytona to DeLand
is made by automobile in a little
over an hour, and there are many
pretty drives in the vicinity of the
county site., A good road leads to!
DeLeon Springs, five miles, a historic
spot, where 60,000 gallons of water,
bubble from the earth every minute.i
From DeLaud automobiles go south
to Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and
marl roads; theSt. Johns is crossedby
ferry near Osteen and cars can then
continue to Sanford and Orlando by
hard road. There is a shell road
from DeLand to Orange City, five
miles, and a good road from DeLand
to Lake Helea, a like distance.

BND SANDSTONE BRICK CO.


I ight (iramtie, l'uff, Rvid an!
Drab ra k


STETSSI

IJNIVEISITJ
DuLAND, FLA.
Four Colle a I
Technlealh l
SEquilpment ear-
Ina nearly MI
Endowment IIMLm
Ffculty of Pf>
fessors and lm.
structors. Chrstia,
but non-Aeetarta-
Tewchlng.
For Information,
addrtssa:
Lincoln HunllUs,
Pu. I'.. LltlD.,
LL. D.
Pr*-aldent


BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY
Manufnaeturer3 of
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
Ag.-nts:
Masury 's Paints
Parold Roofing
Whit. hall Uement
El I'or;do Plaster
Georgii tslaty Brick
Bond Sand Brick
VL.AND-. FLA.


ALLEN'S
N ,t to l'o_ tolict.
DRUGGISTS
JEWELERS
!,*.l.AN 1', F'LA.


Ai WOODALL
"'V\.
Leading
GROCER
I :- ?.AN1, F[LA.

J. A.
ERICKSON
& CO.
Laige.t Htock of
Pianos, Organs and
Sewing Machines
Mouth of Jac'onvIlll.
DEAN D. FLA.


Florida Wagon
Works and
Machine Shops
WCOTT HO )KIN8S
Proprlttor
I-vLAND, FLA.
Mainufa'turer of
H tsjgla nd~ Hu?1( urr4iys


SILAS
B.
WRIGHT
INSURANCE
AGENCY
r., .\X FLA.


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pminince. Scud for Booklet


.A ATIDC EONEr, Narragansett Pier, Rhode IsianD.

. RIDGEWOODp


LANGWORTHY, Proprietor.


I .NOW OPEN
vl be ma ed by white Northern help,

of the fi nest hotels in the North, and white
the house. The table will be supplied
Uof the season, eoored and served by the
, Wareses obtainable.
PrW= rictor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y.


PRINCE GEORGE


. *; yard & Holroyd, Proprietors
^ DAYTONA, FLORIDA
igtd and Improved Since Last Season.

Smutifl Grounds---Located on River Front


Concert Twice Daily


3-e zt as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N. J

rComstitution leaves Prince George dock for
Imh every Tuesday morning at 8:00 o'clock.


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HOTEL ARRIVALS


At The Despland: F. A. Fitz Ger-
ald. Mrs. Wheeler and A. P. Garlack,
New York.

At the Princess Issena, Seabreeze:
Mr. and Ars. Geo. W. Deeks, Mrs.
Deeks, Miss Easter, St. Paul, Minn.;
Mrs. E. XW. Grover, Mrs .L. Granger,
St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Plumb,
Miss Frances J. Plumb, Pittsfield,
Mass.; Mrs. J. J. Seerley, Miss Seer-
ley, Burlington, Iowa.

At the Seaside Inn, Daytona Beach:
S. Weel, Lee, Ky.; W. M. Welling-
fcrd, Oxford, Miss.; J. W. Coleman,
Lexington, Ky.; J. S. Wigington, Mor-
ristown, Tenn.; Jas. Bohm, New York
P. W. Burnett, Gadsden, Ala.; L. H.
Petree, Hopkinsville, Ky.; Mr. and'
Mrs. E. H. Sheldon, Chicago.


Yesterday's arrivals at The Ridge-
v ood included the following guests:
H. F. Greenleaf, Boston; Mrs. J.
Wickert, Miss Mabel M. Wickert,
Brooklyn; A. L. Davis, Cleveland; T.
lenfle and wife, New York; S. Acker,
Mrs. Hilelen R Aekor. Philadelphlia;
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Electric Lights


at Rooms with or without Bath;

, L M. MABBEITIE, Prop's


Electric Bells


S.

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PINES


httest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
*camodates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
I b furnace heat, private bath. New and
MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.


IW.SEASIDE INN
'AND FINISHED COTTAGES
tand Comfortable. Directly
|- *and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and
.:.,-F. STEWART
,aF ..., FLORIDA.


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S. m. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor.


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Halifax River.
First Class in All Rcspccts .t
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Orlando. T t, y bot h got hiome .

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Mlr. and l Ms. lHunit u'1l~~;I
titrued F~rida y fv' 'ina r > u
ga in~ far :t1MnIiiin tt':v ;ai:'
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TEXAS, ON THE PROGRAM


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2bm odd do -w wuittm in
the early part of the Rerolutiouary
war-about 1T7 If read as written
they are a tribute to the king and hs
army. but if read downward on either
de of the comma they Indicate an
unmistakablie spirit of rebellion to both
king and parliament The author is
unknown:
Hark, bark the trumpet sounds, the din
of war's alarms
O'er seas and solid grounds, doth call us
all to arms.
Who for King George doth stand, their
honors soon shall shine.
Their ruin Is at hand, who with the con-
gress Join.
The acts of parliament, In them 1 much
delight.
I hate their cursed intent, who for the
congress fight.
The Tories of the day. they are my dai!y
toast,
They soon will sneak away, who inde-
pendence boast.
Who nonresistant hold. they have my
hand and heart.
May they for slaves be sold, who act the
Whiggish part.
On Mansfield. North and Bute. may daily
blessings pour.
Confusion and dispute, on congress ever-
more.
To North and British lord. may honors
still be done.
I wish a Llock and cord. to General
Washinngton.
-National Magazine.


The Dazzling Searchlight.
On a dark night no warship would
be safe from torpedo attack but for
the .se:lrchlight. he full mIoon lights
up a torpedo b,,at so tlihat it can be
Fred ijt when early a mile away. To
Ir.oduce t... illumination with
thi' aist p-,w rful artifi,-ial light an
electric n;. of lk).0( ''J candle 1,v),r
I'it: cd tii'ce-'li,:irters of ai ,il, high
v.-uid be to el if the ;aid o)f irirrors
vvere not av1iii:illh. But with thi.
light ard .a Il genious arrangement
of mirrors it is possible to surpass.
the mimon. Searchlights are now made
which throw light a distance of sixty-
three miles. but objects can be seen
only a few miles from the source of
the light. The effect on the enemy is
most demoralizing. \Wheni the bright
beam is suddenly thrown (1n th& eyv
the.pupil contracts violently; wheul the
beam is removed the eve can see n',t'
in:g. If this be repeated a few tI-.t-s
it takes all the nerve out of a I..an. s,
that only the t._.st tr':i5:d a l ln' ,sr
c,,uragt, ,tolis ,:!;,~ (,,:.ti::iie t"'. _- altia1'' .--
]., "l,;*1(' .\ ;;s '.v:'rs.


A OD:'pointir~ g Witness.
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id* ( of t i ht :':.

.. i a l.. uit i) re nard to so ,
la:.d a few mIiles from Utica. lie hv'd
the land t :i hilh price. During the
trial he called Deacon Potter as a wit-
ness to prove how valuable the land
was. The deacon was sworn anid
asked if he knew the land.
"Yes." he replied. "I know every fo'rt
of It"
"WVhat do you think It worth. IMr
Potter?" was the next question.
The old man paused a moment and
then said slowly. "If I had as many
dollars-as my yoke of oxen-could
draw-on a sled-ou glaze ice-I vow-
I would not give-a dollar an acre for
It!"-Youth's Companion.

Flag Proportions.
In the United States flag the width
of a stripe Is Invariably half the length
In Inches of the flag's loudgest measure
ment. For example, In a flag ten feet
long the stripes should be five inches
wide. Accordingly the flag would have
a width of five feet five Inches, or thir-
teen times five Inches. The ehld
should be of navy blue bunting mCIt.eas
ring seven stripes deep and extendli. :
t fI*.^i\ fth- 10 n .-v, .. lt 1 ., 1.1 r. 'tI Ifr tl/ $ ,is .f


I s "-u 1 11113 is'i-.'0 Lilf *'me ie :l 4
There should be forty-six si
tield. arranged In six rivs.
with eight. tIlte two iii iIle
lig eight a:ud the last row
the other rows seven. 'Thie
star at Its widest eucasurer.,
be such that ,one-h:lf of its
will separate it frorm t!he
Vilag's may be made ini all
the above proportions s-i ;
serve A.-l'-I iladeltphia i 't-S.


Cat Exchange In Pa
Pax is h:as a cat excha:','.
aux chats." This establishh;:
Sated in a big chamilt'r at tht
Swineshop. lHere are legiots
all sizes andt '.!r. s Lich
s.cen Jurnping an, heard "
SIt Is said that the customers
' means tender hearted old
Sfor the most part furriers.


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SHlTPI M'AOSI.A A T UGUSTNE. FLORIDA...-
HOTEL MAGNOLIA, l1.ik & l9" amiyl, 91
I Strictly Brst.dasa Faily Hotel. S&eaI Heated, Fifty Smles wlh priupebs tWh.
Accomumodatioas for 300. Music Twice daily. Rates UJ0 per day amd pw*dh.
SPECIAL WEEKLY. PALMER & MacDONALD, Prop's.
somen ------n in nii --


Sojourning at other


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contemplate a visit to

Daytona are invited to


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size the hotels, schools, etc.

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ARMOUR'S


Star Hams and Bacon


Simon Pure Lard in Pails


OUR


PET


BRAND


Evaporated Milk
HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,
HIGHLAND, ILLINOIS.


FAMILY


lOc, 90c dozen
$3.50 case


TALL
10c straight
$4.35 case


HOTEL
20c
$4.25 case


Our Daily Market
Quotations.
Armour Star Ham ........lb. 20C
Ferris' Bacon .......... .. 55c


Armour's Simon Pure Lard in
Pails, 3 Ibs. 65c.; 5 Ibs.
10 Ibs. $2.00


$1.00


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
Brazils, new crop- ...... Ib...20c
Almonds, new crcp -.. ... Ib..25c
Mixed Nuts .. ........... 20c
Florida Pecans ............ 20c
Shelled Almonds, ...... ..... 60c
Seeded Raisins.. ..13c lb., 2 for 25c
Currants ...... 13c lb., 2 for 25c
Apricots, evaporated ...........18c
Peaches, evaporated ....... 15c
Pears, evaporated .......... 20c
Oranges, per dozen, ..... .. 15c
GraFeruit, each. ............ 5c


EXCEL


Unsurpassed in Puiity


ALL


OTHERS.


Contains No Or


botttes and case when returned


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


DRINK


Tetley's


Teas


SLettuce, Radishes, Green Onions,
STurnips, Beets,Parslky, Mint,
Carrots........... .. all 5c bunch
Pineapples ...... 10 and 15c each
Cranberries 13c qt., 2 for 25c
CALL AND SEE OUR LARGE VAR-
IETY OF FRESH VEGETABLES.

TETLEY'S TEAS---


Scudder' s


Maple


A HIGH CLASS


ORANGE PEKOE
INDIA and CEYLON
FORMOSA OOLONG
MIXED.


Puri-Tan-Ated Brand Coffee.


GRAPE JUICE


From Choicest Concord Grapes.
InlHalf Pints, Pints and Quarts.


It should be up-to-date the same


If you're a lover of fine Teas you'll
enjoy the delicate and refined fra-
grance of these delicious Teas.


PUT UP IN PACKAGES SO AS
TO RETAIN THEIR FLAVOR


Quarter Po ind Packa'ges


Contains only the finest grades of
Coffees purified by a process that
increases and retains its essential
qualities....


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Has just received over one thousand pounds of the most Modern and Pretty


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of Typv


This in itself is not so much but our workmen are


artists


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combine ,


The National Biscuit C(


Cakes and Crackers


Put up in the foHlowing sizes
BABY


5c, 6 for 25c


Orange City Mineral S
$3.00 per case of 12 bottles


60 cents


allowed for empty


WELCH'S


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F1iM. W a rtbg the Ioat o of unken veesIs the latest
ift tammuce and e Ulvage conipiles_ Many coating
=. Ow oqIpped with this oovel appliance. It Is made of
;W ttht it will Ioat at all times The buoy In fastened
Fq5 g odby a chain wound around a windlass and seeks the
-' tthl *hip to submerged. The buoy Is large enough to lift
irC-&i sod wul- float even though the ship turns turtle.


0is No Place
Ob is No Place


Like Daytona


A a Resort in which to spend thf winter


r a part o f it.


Daytona


is known the


S ll er as the Prettiest Resort in


-mad the Beauty oE the


City is


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By MILTON W. TOWNE.
(Copyright, 1WB. by American Press As-'.-
clatlon.J
One day shortly after the close of
the American civil war a small fleet of
United States wooden men-of-war was
lying at anchor In the harbor of Clher-
bourg. It was a gala day. for Na.'-
leon III., then emperor of France, ai-d
the Empress Eugenie were i.: ",
bourg and had accepted an iiwitA'l ^:
from the admiral to visit his tNlagsjip
But before doing so the imperial ,u
pie inspected a French man-of-war.
Now, it so happened that ai mess cok
on board the French ship. the Esper-
ance, was wholly unmindful of the
important ceremony that was about to
take place. Indeed, his captain h;.'"
not considered it necessary to Inform
him. It would have been better had
be done so. His failure resulted in :I
bitter feeling between the crews of the
Esperance and the flagship of the
American admiral.
Not knowing that the emperor and
empress were about to come aboard
the Esperance, Francois, a little bit (of
a sawed off Fre*_hman. with a tiny
goatee and mustache to match, was
cleaning knives, forks and spoons on
the gun deck.
But, suddenly looking up, he saw
Lieutenant IDu BIis coming from the
other end of the vessel. i'ran,'-is
knew by t!le l,'ls that struck ;it T'!.,
time that the lh.uten;sit was -oin'-g
duty alind w'akl ,,, s wa\\;is is ,-L, '.
to his C:; 'li'i fi :i c !i;' ,f f'.tit', ,n!(..
T," re;' Li.-. h : .t~i' lic w ,'.'1 be :! i .. ,',t,
t ta pi*'1 t! 1e l1,i! t \,hark. 1!10 c' k .-.,it
se surin z. I'rani'ois., nit cairing t4, i1:-
,-ur ani ,tflier's diL.ieaiure f.,r
f,,rmiriti his menial duty on de, ri(dly threw the table airticles ii't,, ;.
!hess .pot, stepp-edl to the mruzzle f :f
ten inch gun, t,>,,k out the tanili,,n-
the wooden plug kept in the i ouiths ,f
cannon when niit in use--thrust in th
mess kit anl iput the tainpi-L'n back in
its place. When the lieuitenanit -ca;:i'
Iy Fran'ols was standing respectfull:.
at attention.
"I.'r;in ',is." s'*ijl the ,li,',,r, "l,:':.:.
s"'To ue ldi0us111. iifi .i a !;1< of v,'i: .' r,
niviy eaiii."

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.\f t e \vorr l *'.y !;:i,, :, l.'r;i:r .,' I ,

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t', an;i~i f.r f, r liL ,I r, \v.' '',
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kit w ,I. d I,,, !.-, I ',t t V 1, .,"I :". I :.'
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,i N w -t l.elw, ca;rrieIl the o 'iuit ,
I ei,, Titt Il; )t I 11 l ,is' ,i il lI I ntl v,;-
abtout to hLurry l a<'k )1on decl k whei
another officer, seeing him goI by his
open door. directed him to bring him
a glass of wine. And so it was tha'
the little cook was kept hurrying to do
the bidding of one person after an-
other till something happened.
The officer of the deck, seeing ;,
crowd patherimz at the dock, raised Ihi-
glasses and, after a moment's inspec-
tion, cried out. "The emperor is con-
ing." In a few minutes a barge hf:
the dock. and lpoor Francois, still run-


ning about below, heard the gu.?'-
above begin to boom In salute.
Now, it happened that several pct y
officers, including Pat Do nagan. ,'.
bla nid the A.'.., r,.an admiral's .' -
ship., ha.l secured pIernissi,,n t,, I:. I
alV. ,:i l t ,'; ir sw!'!0th ,: ".' --It le 1-,t I', ;,
vice sw- ''t',t nii rts ;:iad thie partYv .. i
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HIS ASSURANCE,


By CUTHBERT BAKER.
(Copyright, 1S.O, by American Pre.s Asso-
clation.]
Carstairs, though a gentleman, had
the most unbounded assurance, and his
resource was not less. lie -as vury
fond of telling how he got ltu)k places
where there was no admittance except
for a favored few and pit ';:t of
scrapes simply bly his unniiti-;t.ed
nerve.
In Paris he had secured an inter-
view with the president oif the l.'re:. h
republic by dashing u;) to the lys'e
palace in an autom.,bile, aiilhtit., ;';d
stalking past the guards and attenld-
ants as though he were some immense-
ly Important personage, and having
thus gained the ear of the presidlent
secured a valuable concession.
When Carstairs went to Naples
friends he met there warned him, as
strangers are always warned, against
the dishonesty and trickery of the Nea-
politans. "Why," said one fresh Amer-
ican importation, "I go out with 20
francs in my pocket, spend 5 and re-
turn to my hotel with 3. [low they do
it I don't know." Carstairs replied
that hlie would never fail to count hlis
change and therefore he couldn't l,,se
anything.
Carstairs had spent so r:: .. h i':ie 1i .,
nrthl ,rn Italv-ht* ,,w' 1 et 1a v!,;:i ,.:.
Ink he >'ni. -t at hat eL e .O I i:.
a it.;i ,- \a!:il,. i:i N : r1K.. .*. *.. .
t,,L'..V, I ;l ( lli\l1'r t, u l ";!l*i;' :.XI" I -
:t '." ,- !I,,T.,-;!d j. i 3I 1, ,) :* : f ". :'* 'ri
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a 'l:k lit m ql L a'.o a.' *, K la i:n a ; >::1r* ..;. ;;.: rl i I* ii ;'I ,' '.:' l
T i< n" a *.' ll '.rV .f .; '. i:i N :;i ;.',,
"Ibut a* *v% ani. i 1 -it n 'il .
wa~; ;";;>,pr'.>;iate.l l~y I,,*r',,,is c;i';.-!it i:;
tLe sh,,w L'r, C';rs.'.;i:-'. - 'estilule ,of a sesh'.v l,,,kii. a: !,;
w.at,.i, he saw that it -, \v Nlti:L !,.
lt:i:;iI!.' of t1' h" lur <-t f u its f:I., :
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a.' ; ii! e ;i 1' S t. f' -
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" ,"!. "heltr Tre-itincnIt ",f y..'l ;t:',l v. i-: .,
to :ki' a:itianeind.-. Iut liTr lil*''!- ; :'.
very watchful. Shle v isNl,.-s 1 .. i
ialet her in the, park, oar, 'ath o-r, iat
the sea wall opposite the park. t ,umor-
row evening just before d(lark. She
will walk from north to south. while
you are to walk In the pIaIsite ,lr,,,'-
tion, starting at exactly 7 &,'cha'k. It
the weather is pIasal t aalnd the -.;
smooth have a boat at the c-er',.r saf'p'.j
She fears to Ime~et otmlOe ,le \L, yh-
kn',!.
but you will kln,'w P..r lv a tI- w. "r '.'
shle 'wi!l carry in lIar laft hi: !id.
"There, you Iunky v *,.V. y<- ,':
consider yourself ,i *,.1 r ,i;,,,iviuiL< ,,,,
g a t i o n s t o i n c, f ,r ',_-- it; : : .. .
th e m cssa.- e. 11 1 I ,. t ,. ." 1 : .,' -
\\ c t1 I w ,,.v!' t .
w o, ul~il t1'1. :.-:*;* r,'.:i .... *.." *. '," :
within h,'r ,,'*..::*'.!," ,, ""

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A P ire Drinking


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Highly


recommended by

Physicians for

Kidney Ailments.


Full stock Electric Irons, Coffee Percolators, Toasters,

Griddles, Chafing Dishes, Fans and Warming Pads.


THE SCHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE and


WATER COMPANY.


WE CONFESS

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We admit i frankly the .,!erchar.:s 3ank wants var bh:siness S- d ', a'sj
can assure you that in return L.r v-ur business, this bank not cr'-; oiers i s'ri,,ce
which we believe almost perIec!, but unq.jest!ioned security f'-. e-'r o:,ar *,ntrust-
ed to our care.
In cold, unassuming figures. ert-e is .A.r ',ar ",.e ', c. 'es .r r 3rd-
less of the amount' he may hav" in 'his bank

Capital S100,000.00

Surplus and Prcits 50,000.00

Stockholders Liabhility 100,000.00

T. .1 n u S250 00 0

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Merchants Bank

B:3aach c\ Vo!usia County Bnnk

A. D. McBRIDE, President
J. B. CONRAD, Vice-President
F. N CONRAD, Cashier Daytona, Florida






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Call and See Them-

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*| TtfE NOVELTY MAN 3
I A-Ils itation-erysand School Supplies. O
Fresh Groceries, Staple hoPhonographsSewln g Machines.
0 0 T.-pwitt Tr. Crockery. Glassware. U
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SHEPPARD'S 0N** idur snip MbI.(l'?nrTi!!:-i. -h arpr n
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S 0 ;i:o-tiny'Thlng, that i. out of whack
0 n In fact. for any wanr: cIaL. n *u
SHe will give you a fair deal BA 0 N E
and prompt service B A E 1 S
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N. Beach St. 'Phone 119. THE s N.Ou VE LT.Y .. MA-No. -a
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CRYSTAL

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MOTION PICTURES


PROGRAM


The Tower of Nestle
Path Film D'art
Aviation Contest at Rheims


NEXT THIISDAY NiGHT
THE FOUR PICKERTS
CometaWai ej_&et-witL
"HFLfL BILL"


LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
9:03 today: 10:30 tbmcrrow.

THE WEATHER.
For Eastern Florida: Unsettied:
rain tonight or Friday: moderate east
and southeast winds.

B. J. Pacetti haS a f.-c of -..
engaged in putting in new p,.n. a"
the steamer Cherok.--e dck a: :h
foot of Volusia avenue

Ret'. Georz- B. \Valci:: .- :
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c:ty 3- May ar.d tpa d :-; a ..:d N. -A-

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THE PICKET DRAMATIC CO.

WILL BE HERE NEXT WEEK.

THIS FAVORITE TROUPE WILL!
BEGIN ENGAGEMENT AT DAY-I
TONA OPERA HOUSE THURS-4
DAY NIGHT.
The P ck -rt D.-:a atic Co. ill put;
: f._ur exce-llet plays at h. Daytco-
rn opt'ra h'-use ne.\x wetk, ccl'mmenc-
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Rlssipgtons Bonnie Babies
Hand Painted

THOSE. W.LANE
Singing and Monologue


ILLUSTRATED SONG


MUSIC BY WOODS ORCHESTRA

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