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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 22, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00410
Source Institution: University of Florida
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DAYTONA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1910


15 Cets per WNuk


SW. G ... T. E. Fitzgerald E. F. Oate RIGHT GOODS AT NEVILLE H. CLARK DR C DeW. AKE
r P.. ing FITZGERALD & OATES | 1 RIGHT PRICES OPTOMETRIST. Dentist
IPai ing Atto1.- s and Counsellors at Law Disposltlon to Treat You Right. Off to 4
Pp lbwgin SpeciRl FanetItler for Examining Let Ulls s- Your Jewelters. Hor- o4
Seco am oand Pe.rfecting Land Titles |o LH. RW & Office, South Beach Street Oppo.
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'OMIEN MAY BE A
CANDIDATE FOR ALDERMAN.
S. W. O'Brien may become a candi-
date for alderman. He has not yet
ane up his mind, but nevertheless
is considering the matter.

LONDON COURT PUTS
"BALZAC" UNDER BAN
LONDON. Jan. ZZ-Balzac's "Droll
Stories" have been officially declared
obscene and put on the "index expur-
gatorlous" by a London court. An
entire edition of the work was seized
and destroyed by the police, in ac-
cordance with the judicial dictum.


A REM


PINER


When in the market for Fishing Tackle


"If you don't trade with us

we both lose money."


Gruber-Morris Hardware Company


JUDGE AND PROSECUTOR IN PANAMA CANAL

LIBEL CASE AGAINST THE NEW YORK WORLD.


JudglR ('htrie M Hough of the UnltPd States circuit court of the southern district of New York hais r.fus, I
to grant any further contintiunces In the P'anama libel ease pending against the Press Publishing company-the Newv
York World--and It Is probable that the pureh-lin of the Panama tanal will have a thorough airing In the near f N
tre. The prosecutlon In In the hands of Henry A. Wise. UnltiP4 Srstes tirtrorney. who will be assisted l)y Srtuir'
McNamara. John D. IAndsay and De L.an,' % Nloll will i,,ndt't the defen-,' flr the publishers of the VWori<. T'),
cae grows out of a published statement In the World during the lst pre,.-ileritl;il <'amnpatin and raked in I'tn-r.-
oIg poInt an to the government's right to for,.e the publishers to i lead to tht, :'Hl'< chair: It) \V;siilnirtt i, '..
tof New York.


STOPP[9 FOR A DAY;


MANY LIVES LOST WlEN


WIL STAY A V[[h. TW'O CO4CI1ES W[N,,T lNRiV[R.


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W I TH. L AN


E TSIMATE OF DEATH IN WRECK
l'N CANADIAN PACiFXC RAIL.


OHIO IN THE GRASP


OF FEARFUL BLIZZARD.


WORST STORM OF YEARS COVERS
OHIO TODAY TERRIFIC DAM-


AGE REPORTED.


CLEVELAND, Jan. 22-0Ohio is to-
day in the grip of the worst bliz-
zard of many years.
Telegraph and telephone serve is
almost paralyzed but d 1,-yed re-
ports show terrific damage.
One person was killed and six se-
riously injured late last night in a
collision between a train and o street
car in the storm. One person is
dead at Vtrmnillion, Ohio, as a result
o: the storml.



FLEEING FROM AVALANCHES

IN TlHE SNOW COVERED ALPS.


rMvANY MOUNTAIN HOMES
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An! tintI)IO.cedtflt ed iih' of ava-
I inIches are repor~ttd from 11Sw~itzer-i
.iand duriig ilte p-ist ~~M any
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fOUR EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS


RECORDED AT CLEVELAND.

SUPPOSED TO HAVE OCCURRED


IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
THE LESSER ANTILLES.


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FAINVTD, AN'D IN FALLING


SPLIT HIS JAW BONE.


VMAX FOWLER MET W!TH A SE


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fiRTT DEATHS IRECKI


FROM FLOODS IN FRA

WINE GROWERS SUFFER HEAVY
LOSSES INTENSE COLD CAU0.


ES SUFFERING.


PARIS. Jan. 22-Thirty-one deaths
nie recorded from the flooded sec-
tLon of France.
Chablis wine growers have suffer.-
etd heavy losses.
The severe cold following floods is
causing intense suffering among the
hundreds of refugees who loh)st their
bowes.
President Falliers on Monday will
ask the Chamber of Deputies to vote
.4P)J.UG00 for immediate relief of the
flood sufferers.
The city fortifications near the
Su-iie river threatens to collapse.
i hundreds of tropical animals and
haiuable snakes are in danger Ot
perishing on account of flooding of
the heating plant.
.Many basements are flooded, boil-
trs are extinguished and many ele-
vators are not ruilnin!.


SPIGOT IN


ATTEMPTING TO


ESCAPE.


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HOUSE COMMITTEE TO
PROBE LAND OFFICE.
\\AS- IiNCTON. Jan. t1 ---Otie off the
1,,,t -t k ok ri (,,L'uft-he xI,)u s U. 0 u ittees
c ..r ~'ljl~Lxjy.-rd!tu tirs inrthe
I ; -ri ir I partt ziiemt f t ht. I house
,L Rtpre.sentat ivv s, lia- -.;tarted an in-

::ipropocnt'd to frind out %vtiet tiier there
-~aytruth :m tht- ihatr-s' that the
c'.'riLat,4I 'Office it,; uIL sappropri-
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DECREASE OF MEAT
SALES IN NEW YORK.


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ROMAE. Jan. tiPrc llyte en-' &F HQ AT II
j." pulatl'.i- of Machl t'+ fleeing! W[RECKS llS DEATH CELLO
I:', lt puiat .o'i of Mac'lie a' fletic tijg
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ob- THE NOTED BOSSCHIETER


MURDER AGAIN RECALLED.


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UKI Y RNA is situated fifteen I
of Daytona and is an
m ---ed ftym Daytona by|
i mim roared winding through
an mmwt picturesque parts ofj


i Iacdient ruins dating back
*A when the history of man
Smat, interlaced with wires of
gn^jlB- u telegraph and telephone,
of shell streets as hard aud
as a floor and ever-arched by
forest giants that grew in state-
~~a"ur during the lapse c! lty-
V^Inturies, New Smyria is iruly
"i tof roman-Ce ard rest.
h-gob bere is vex-,rv in\i', itin to
sjutMg and pleasure-seeker. Here
ilti tote found the best fishing and
B l in the State of Flkrda.
i People arc thrifty, thie busi-
H^ i- Ienterprising, and all unite
li ending the welcome band of
i- t) to strangers. There are
k Ch edifices for white people
equal number for the colored
the town has an excellent
a splendid public lib-
ap-to-date business houses.
MM= am any number of pretty
for the permanent population
abers close to 2,000, and
Sr finem winter residences.
anm good hotels and boarding
where you can find accomo-
to amet your requirements.
New Smyrna is as fine a
oi f vegetable land as can be
This land has
uiid into small farms which
6 Bta ht at reasonable pr ces
of the finest celery grown in
is raised on this land. All
i e grow in abundance,
NlKI Mo, is the home of the fam-
S dim River ora.nges.
Pbf Spyrna has no bonded in-
Hand the tax levy is low.
fewt that no tourist should fail
'I is the ruins of the Old Spaa-
UWOa which stand somber and
60Mtm one and a quarter miles
if of New Sm'. na. A good
%& sto the place and the trip
6k9teasily made by an automobile.
La the great pine fiats by the
Of the forest, is this place of
faor the pious; this ren-
S"r the picnicker. The ruins
01voive, and while there is no
History of their origin, it
1-- that the Mission was
Hld Fr'n-iscn- in the days
6 Dtm C powerful Kingdom of
&Wt planted its flag upon what
i.AMWAmgrica ,soiL- It was built
"t ia the roof being of the
8ftrial, cut into thin slabs
0vwered with cement plaster.
wie gardens surrounded it,
S weC Orlosvi by a stone
Ip ytioms of which still remain.
Usually come in parties
I~~ldCurious but the spell of
hMB ^soon falls upon them and
mate to sit alone, silent and
^ j tivt, under the arches or bc-
-| th- ancient wellO A
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bltutted on the peninsula coppor.xtc
UMSYrna and is connected ',-va
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OCEAN HOUSE
F. W. SAMS
PROPRIETOR

Rates:
$3.00 per Day
Special per
Week
Exc'illnt Hunting
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HOTEL

TURN BULL
NE'W N1MYRNA
A House Stricll;
First Class in
Every Respect
llinn. rh for MoiTor-
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lp,.ei *ci:'ty
Rates: $2.06 per
Day and Up
BENNETT and
HODGES
PROPRI TOPS


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High Grade
Men's Outfitter
NEW SMYRNA
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NEW SMYRNA, FI..\.
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RANTTARY RA'H14S

PURK

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Confections
Cold Drinks

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ORMOND is five miles north of
Daytona, located on the western
bank of the Halifax River. The lo-
cation of the town permits of good
drainage -ud 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 wi h sub-
tropical flora and shrubbery, Ibesidc3
thritty orange and other citrus fruit
trees.
Tl.c tow.'n is very cosmoe-olit.at,
I-: !an c ce .lc:it gr.Jded '.cloc!, s:v-
er..l cLurch! s, a fine public :r.r-,-,
up-to-date pl ccs cf bu.in., a',d
coi'mortaiC e and co:;ivec:':.t hotels
a:,,'i board .1i house,.
O i -': nc' pd 1]-i -., 1;:,. :; o. t f 1 ],1 : F i r r.- : d a
attr ,ctit n, --- ne 'tiut. *"''. 'd '.tii:,.
.xceileut auto;:n c' >lt ,: :, s: e b-oatin'.
sa:unrioub clini::te and picasanit
walk a'd dr.vc-.
At O'-r i, ;.-'i .1 ach is located Ihe
large Ho ,el O.-),LJ, and it lesser
sister, Bretto'i Inn. Tiic fo::r.er oc-
cupies a Positiou overlooking the
Halilax River, viIle the latter has as
its outlook the magnificent beach and
the broad Atlantic.
The walks iii a!l directions are
particularly attractive, and the ar-
bors, shady aud inviting spots and
romantic nook; are crowded with
rustic seats -hich are mute invita-
tions to enter into the enjoyment
thereof.
Besides the broad, smooth ocean
beach there are many drives for car-
riage or automobile-long drives and
short drives; drives through groves
of golden oranges; drives through
dense topical forests to Spanish
ruins; drives to the ancient Cause-
way built by the slaves oi planters
of long ago, and drives to the planta-
tions of hospitable settlers, whose
places are replete with the interest
of Southern fruits and flowers.
One of these interesting planta-
tions is Number Nine, located on tlih
pcnmi-s.la, hvc miles north of the
Hotel Ornuoud. H'-ic you see a fine
ora',.e grove. togcth 'r with oreat va-
riciics :o' other .ib-tropical fruits
an I fnwcr'-.
S Five milcs fiurtli-'r cu you come to
MLt.id.rove. on e oit thle finest orange '
'rO".cA1 in tlih,- ,s i.n of Florida.
X- iuntd'&,-,ve ,is cai ic beadwaters of
:c J-, ii ;:atT Rivrr and is amid pretty ,
,:rrouniid'..'s. t1hec place is reached
,v a o.'od road [passing Number
Ninec a;-1 isc a drivc all tourists may


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MACON

THORNTON
ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAY
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IN PROPERTY IN
O!IIMND BEACH
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with or witlot .ot
Private Biti. ,Ser-
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Unexcelled......
A. M. WATSON
Propr.


COOK'S GROVE


On the Ormond


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South


Half Mile
of Ormond


One of the Finest
Groves in Volusia
County .

VISITORS
WELCOME


THE

RUBY ORANGE
and

MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
Are Produced at

"NUMBER NINE"
Their Reputation
is Established. N,.
Comment is Rea*!>
Neccssirv.


PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE j


PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY

O.\'F:K of the BEST
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PORT ORANGE is a pretty little'
village situated five 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 bridiie from the town
to the peniiisula o,-posite.
The town is well laid out and lhas
i."v prcv 'Io'.,iL'- owned and occu-
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PORT ORANGE

BEACH
Lots for Sale.
Liberal Termni
Allowed for
I M PROV.EM 1 -NTS-
Ocean or R['.vr
FIS!I1NG(
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DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA


VOLUSIA
COUNTY
BANK
DELAND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

A. D. McBRIDE
Presldtnt
J. B. C')NRAD)
Vlci. Pr.sid.nt
M. A. VO() I)
!',:hl,.r


G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Dru.s. Stationery,
H u uyler's Candies,
SKodaks, Cigars
I Irt;A..N[', FLA.


J. W. PERKINS

Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law


Will Pructicet In
Wtatt- and
Ftderal
Court.

DELANI), FILA.


W. D. HAYNES
Grocer
DELAND, FLA.

"We 8p niik for
Your Trad,."


LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Prncticing, in Ill
Stnt, iaud F', (l+rl
Oolrrts
Special fncltitl.s for
investigating and
,rfictlnv titles
TLANID, FLA.


STEWART & BLY
Isaac A. ttwart
EKford !y
Mary t,'wafrt
Attorneys at Law
and Notaries Public
D)vI.AND. FLA.


"FOUNTAIN'S"
DBLAN1), FLA.

Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


For Florida
FARMS
(iROVES
lIMBER or
TRLCK
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DELAND, the county seat of
-..- --... Volusia 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 RB.
Stetson University, one of the lead-
ing educational 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-
nimeut; a Carnegie Library alone rep-
reseninig an investment in building,
eudowmeut and books, cf more than
$;120,000. The library is the United
States Government depository for the
State of Florida, and contains over
15,000 volumes. Science H.!il, one
of the newest of 16 buildings, with,
its furnishings, reprcscnts an outlay
of $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of
the most beautiful college buildings
in the South. i
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 grapefrmuit, the estimated
crop from tnis vicinity being over
300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
peaches, pears, Japan persimmons,
plums, pecans, iuavas, strawberries
and other fruits are grown in plenty.
In the way of public improvements
are many miles of fine shell roads, '.n
excellent high school, electric lights,
a system of waterworks that is owned
and operated by the city, supplying
the purest water at little cost.
Nine houses of worship testify that
DeLand is a church-going cotumu-
nity. Baptists. Episcopalians, Meth-
odists (Northern aud Southern), Pres-
byterians, Christians and Catholics.
besides colored Baptists and Metho-
dists, are represented.
The graded school ofTers a ten
years' course, and the building which
it occupies is newly furnished
throughout, aud is one of the most
commodious and best 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.
From DeLand automobiles go south
to Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and
marl roads; theSt. Johns is crossedby
terry near Ostcen and cars can then
continue to Sanford and Orlando by j
hard road. There is a shell road
from DeLand to Orange City, five
.m;lc and a .ood road trom DeLand
to I.k," fcl'n, ; like distant ,.


Bm~ f~iSfTF[ BRICk CO.


STETSON

UNIVERSITY
IiLAND. FLA.
Four Colleges and 8
Technical Nechoola.
Equipment cost-
inE nt-arly v i.fl0.
Endowment AOn.MnO.
Facuity of 49 Pro-
f t,.sors and In-
structor.-. Chrl-tlan,
but ron-)r-ctarlan
T, "" hi v iz.
For In o;i' t tiori,
ad~ lr :
Lincolnl Hiulley,
P : '. I, t. '.
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BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY
M;: ,urnctur,-r' of
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
Agvnts: P nts
Masury' P iTts
Paroid Rooting
W hitt-hall ElI Ioraido Ph'Att.r
GrorgIik4'1tyHv Rrick
Bornd .SJlid Brick
IFL.A ND IA.


ALLEN'S
Ntxt to Po.-toffio,
DRUGGISTS
JEWELERS
I'I.ANI>. FLA.


A. H. WOODALL
The
Leading
GROCER
DF.LANI). FLA.

J. A.
ERICKSON
& CO.
Largest .Stock of
Pianos, Organs and
Sewing Machines
Mouth of Jac'onvlil-
DELAN I). FLA.


Florida Wagon
Works and
Machine Shops
WOr TT HOlDXKINS
Proprietor
DIEILAND, FLA.
Manufacturer of
Rnv'fl.mi and '4irrr-yq


SILAS
B.
WRIGHT
INSURANCE
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Cadillac


MOTOR CARS


j The Atlantic Motor Car 0
S42 and 43 Beach Street


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GILLE'S


Cut Rate Drug Store.


Everybody call, and reap the
benefit. I personally put up all
prescriptions so you are sure of
lawful and correct work by a
registered drugist.


TITLE'S DRUG STORE.


Daytona

SAuto Transit Co.w

m ?HFOKE 11
GARAGE

OLDSMOBILE

TOURING CARS

FOR HIRE
U
uOueMuO4eueueEl OmI ~lOnOuuOglin


115 TO ESTALISO


ITITY AS LU-LOST SON.

REMARKABLE CASE INVOLVING
A FORTUNE NOW NEARING
A CLOSE IN EAST CAMBRIDGE.


MASSACH U SETTS.


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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
..j'.'41v. rv-u r1 !v Arrn.
THE GAZElTrE-NT-EWS
T. E. FITZt;lgUA*LD. E:o-Mr...
F ~. CH ).RRIu. iSup-ilt.-.rm-


Heart to Heart


Talks.
By- EDWLN A. NYE I


OV ERCOME!


ADVANCED


V


IN YEARS,


BUT


YOUNG IN HEART. STILL HAND


GIRL WITH A VOICE Of I[

GOLD SAILS FOR EUROPE.

IN THE JUDGMENT OF CRITICS
SHE IS DESTINED TO BECOME,
THE WORLD'S GREATEST SO-:
PRANO SINGER.
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PEERLESS ENGINE

A perfect and most economical fuel fo A
and Stationery OasonElh&
For sale at all priucip.l p

GULF REFINING C


DAYTONA
AG[CY


S. B. Green, Ai
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Open for Season 1909-10.


,+WAITE, Owner, and Manager.


M Cmial nd Service Excellent Broad Piazzas on all
IIn 3a.ite. Steam Heat Every Modern
.- jCovaicS Scad for Booklict


ATLA.YTIC HOUSE, Warrtigaiiawtt Pier, Rhode Islana.


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SD. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor.


NOW OPEN


will be managed by white Northern help,
asme of the finest hotels in the North, and white
hosnt he house. The table will be supplied
rdmides of the season, cooked and served by the
,im Waiti esszs obtainable.
j-: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y.

ERI---------G ----------
tePRINCE GEORGE


Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors
DAYTONA, FLORIDA


jRaled and improvedd Since Last Season.
dBDeautiful Grounds---Located on River Front


Concert Twice Daily


f *jbw Mgemcnt as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N. J.

-Constitution leaves Prince George dock for
whI every Tuesday morning at 8:00 o'clock.


4E HAMILTON


NEWS OF THE HOTELS


Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hill arrived
Thursday and will remain at the Des-
pland for an indefinite period.
MTA. Ballock, proprietor of the Ir-
o'.uois, Miami, x'as in the city yes-
terday, stopping at the Ridgewood.
Mr .and Mrs. E. V. Clark, of Al-
toona, Pa., came in yesterday and are
aL the Palmetto for an indefinite
tay.
Mr .and Mrs. Lybrana. of Deleware,
Ohio, arrived in the city yesterday,!
and are at the Hamilton for an in-;
definite stay.
Mrs. J. Spencer Taylor, and child
and maid, arrived from Newburg, N.;
Y. and are pleasantly established at.
The Despland.


Mrs. .N.
A. North,


A. North and Miss Jennie
of New York, arrived in


Daytona Thursday nigihit and will'
) dsome'11no1 aa The Ri d--ewo d.










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One of the Navy's Workers.

Captain IL. P. Nicholson Chief of
Navigation Bureau.


erea r o~theN:i vY IMeyer's ap.

Ott* is.;'111,it 'l. I I N f i tlau ldi


Frank J. Cou,,,..

Divorced Millionlaire, Sued by Ac-
tress For $250,000.


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New and First-Class.


DAYTONA.


- FLORIDA.


Electric Lights


Electric Bells


Kkegant Rooms with or without Baths.

jMRS. L M. MABBETTE, Prop's and Mgrs.


THE


PINES


- MlTe highest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
S. Accomodates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
|^ l lights, furnace heat, private bath. New and
Ij~flfoitments. MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.


NEW SEASIDE INN j
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES
gK Modern Homelike and Comfortable. Directly on 0
,"=XBe3dL Surf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day an up e
HORACE F. STEWART 0
M &TrONA BEACH. FLORIDA


THE IVY LANE INN"
Ji .bous.- (ut'r'nli; toi 1! VV- kU thle riv.-r. 1.. .. tli %n t bo l.loc rk- 11 ,.* .-. 'f '.t. <-- I'
W placet,. ;;.h' a4(ld S4.11' jw-rtl~ i-- ;,.:x, ; ;' \ I ...
Open November to May.
Wm. W. FOLTZ. Proprietor.


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THE PALMETTO
m swa ad Popular. DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Overlooking the Beautiful Halifax River.
Md "Comfortable House. First Class in All Respccts .
d% ^ l tanV.. ab-l ef Vt. -. 0


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Ai American Grammar.
Roberit R1 lit. Vho,) at the time rep-
resented *>.r gXi'vrutuiieut In Paris as
a secretary uto .igatlon. went to Egypt
In regard ti, a ihiatir lI'volving the
life of a (ir,-vk Amierican subject. lie
landed In Aivxaihdria and went to tilthe
Hotel Eur(, e aind toild the rooming
clerk busy u.si liig rooms to the new
ly arrived passengers. regular poly-
glot In languages. fie lieard hin s)i s)tak
Arabic, (reek. Prench. ltaiiat)n :nud
German. So when It camine Mr. Ilitt's
turn to register he loosely tsV ai1. "I.-,,
you speak A iue'ric n .'" The clerk
promptly replied: "A leetle Ih ) v:is
one Anieriniin here lately who ;'ia
Ime n1 A;nriT'a; grammarr." Mr. I it
asked t' h-ie. ;i 1. 1' a' t t e!l th 'k 'i'm'
clerk prIi!:; t t;. 11 i the' .*i :',"':1
to p.'t t!,' ,1-.k ,'it -f this r :'. ;i'-l
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LI.'..-f zts A. I

Sliort it n ft.; lis arrival. :It 21a -Tut
t'I t I~i 'v l(.Il III t V ue. a %-
lah.rN t ry 'i i n. I t hl,4 (''In-
a Leat-ly itca for sulialten1ms o0r
degrees. v. 4,!1 :i systare t!!roughi
Il~s e ega O ered him tw 1io Sto
sIilak e
The A. 1) (,.. quite urmbiht-be. 1-Ook-
(d at him fr a molmenht or two~ and
then sa id gen I i I
"lla ng it ni 1: m r. the ig,-rvruor
rdres4 Tapt 1.,ree'


The young g New York nil!iinmaire
sued by l Bessie I e Voi',i. ain at res.
for '72.-o.C is) tim, x,,theP un, st s,,n ( f the
late Jay (,,I dI I < Il- wi vit't liI,1iuit'l a
divorce fromii im 1 ;st \(.'c;ir.


William Phillips.


Young Diplomat Whoe Wedding
Was Postponed.


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I Eight hundred feet


I on river front



Fifteen Acres


Ca of Land


SWith Shell Road on two |

| sides. in Port Orange |




for $5,000



Good house that

N- vNowuId cost $6000 0

5: + oJ i. I d t ) ay. T o -

Scisterns, well and
I everything neces=

Ssary to make one

lawin of the most beauti=

ful homes on the

| East Coast. No i

marsh in front of I


* On the Famoas India. River--.Tha only hose i nFt. Pi mr ovaehiaj t vInr,s
-and ownat its owa D2c6. Rat" 2.50 Per Day a-d Up.
I F.M. Tyler, MaMter
SFort Pierce Hotel FORT PIERCE. FLORA
: Best Hantins and Fishian oa tha East Coast. GalJes aed Boats Fmundsed


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i HOTEL MAGNOLIA ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA.....
------ -----, O t. 2 am lay1, I, 91.
Strictly first-class Family Hotel. Steam Heated, Fifty Suites with private batlh.
Accommodations for 300. Music Twice daily. Rates $2.50 per day aad upwind. .
SPECIAL WEEKLY. PALMER & MacDOWELL, Prop's. j
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S| FIREPROOF. 75 Rooms Single or Em Suite, B d
SSem nole Cuisine in City. Separated from Lake Worth ad PA-
/--. TAI,, iBeach Ferry only by the City Park. Barber Shp.
SWest Palaim each Laundry, Launches, Sample Room. Northerm wServie,
SD. C. HOAGLAND, Prop. Distilled water, Artificial Ice. $2.50 PER DAY aed up.
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Specialties


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Conrad


Grocery


Company


ARMOUR'S


Star Hams and Bacon


Simon Pure Lard in Pails


PET


BRAND


Evaporated Milk


i Our Daily Market
Quotations.
Armour Star Ham .. ...... lb. 20c
Ferris' Bacon .. ......... 55c
Armour's Simon Pure Lard in
Paiis, 3 lbs. 65c.: 5 lbs. $1.00
10 Ibs. $2.00
Pride Oteo, inr rolls .......... 30c
N. Y. otate C-eamrn Cheese .... 25C
Swiss Cheese .. .......... 40c
New Potatoes ...... per peck, 40c
English Wa:ruts. rew crop-lb..20c
Brazils, new cro- ...... lb...20c
A mo6u3. new c,-cp -....lb. b..25c
Mixed Nuts ... .............. 20c


F '10-ida Peca,'s


HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,
HIGELAND, ILLINOIS.


Pit gp i the following sizes


FAMILY
0lc. 90c dozen
S3.50 case


TALL
10c straight
S4.35 case


. .. o2c


Sreiied A;r-ons. .. ..........6C
Seeded Raisi-s 3cl ib., 2 for 25c
Cu-rants ... S .. 2 for 25:
Ap"ico:s, e,. ;o *=c


HOTEL
20c
S4.25 case


The National Biscuit Co


Cakes and


EXCEL


Unsurpassed in Putity


ALL


Crackers


OTHERS


Contains No C


Orange City Mineral


$3.00 per case of 12


bottles


60 rents allowed for empty
bottles and case when returned


All data proves this water to be quite free from Organic matters--Ik
healthful, palatable drinking water and one admirably adapted It


:o: domestic and general purposes.


ePea :.


Le;e -. .z


Scudder's


Maple


DRINK


Tetley's


Teas


- 4-,. -


CALL ., SEE C ),R ACE V.-AR
'ETT C" F..ES .E7ETABLES.

TETLEY'S TEAS---


A HIGH CLASS

PRODUCT.....


ORANGE PEKOE
INDIA and CEYLON
FORMOSA OOLONG
MIXED.


Puri-Tan-Ated Brand Coffee


WELCH'S


GRAPE


JUICE


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.


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


qualities.


*as


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Quarter Pound Packages 15c


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A Person is Often Jud


oil IN IN


It should be up-to-date the same


Iged by HisE
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as you would have your clothing up-to-date.


THE


DAILY


NEWS


JOB


PRINTING


DEPARTMENT


Has just received over one thousand pounds of the


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so much but ou," Wort~i~ r


most


2rt is~s


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in their


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From Choicest Concord Grapes.
In'Half Pints, Pints and Quarts.


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EMAATICAL PRODIGY'

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the eleven-year-old son of Dr. Boris Sidis. the famous
-gr- himself the marvel of the age at mathematics. The
Some facts in higher mathematics. particularly in re-
&.einloa. that have astounded the most profound men of
ilr. Be recently lectured belire dozen or more Harvard
-i them by e;-l'id:alti:ng inmati'-;n.iical propositions which
'o able to fatt),U)0.


is No Place


Like Daytona


Oiesort in which to spend the winter


part of it.


Daytona


is known the


..r as the Prettiest Resort in

-ammd the Beauty of the City is as

Ect of the Universe left It.


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By MARY A. BOWERS.
ICOpyricht, I80 by American Press Aso
claon.J
When Miss Olivia Hale died at sev-
enity worth a million it was found
that she had planned for the diswsl-
tion of her money far ahead. She
divided it between a nephew and a
niece on condition they should iu:irr'
within six months after her death.
otherwise it was to go to charity. The
nephew, David Hale, was at the tiuie
devoted to Florence Merritt. whotm I
expected to marry. Leona Geddes. thV
niece, was engaged to be married to
Hamilton Nlles. Neither cousin had
seen the other but on a few occtasious.
Soon after they came to know of the
bequests and conditions they met ftoi
a conference. Miss Geddes announced
that she would marry the man to
whom she was engaged. This render-
ed it impossible for Mr. Hale to fulfill
the condition imposed upon him. He
was not bound to marry the girl he
had been attentive to and for the sako
of the bequest was disappointed at
his cousin's refusal to comply with
the terms of the will. lie used every
argument to persuade her to change
her mind. but the best he could do was;
to induce her to unite with him in an
effort to break the will. They \vere
the only heirs-at-klaw and slppos.!
they would get the property anyway.
But they rek'L il,'d wrong. ''ir',se
charitable institutions to whom It'-
prol;erty was left in case the c-,'-in-
failed to Comply \wi arrayed theiuselves fur a sturdy fg"!it
Hale proposed arnl was accepted 1h'
the girl he b:'d l]een attentive to. ar:,L
with Miss Geddles' fiance there were
four peopl)le interested in the will b.--
iug broken.
The tight was a long one. Ther'v
was a decision against the cousin-;.
and they appealed to a higher court
The decision was reversed, and the in-
stitutmions fl:hting for their rights: ap
pealed. By this time a good deal of
llmoley h1a, leen o p ent, taost of whi< !,
cane out(t of the estate. Besides, whilt
the ca:go was in court the prqopcrt'
co(1d not lhe F 4' l. and 'mie of it (1'
lre'irt-ei. iin valu I);ivi ,l 1iNle 1:,'
Very :!rh Vori'riet'l. Int(leed. his Tierv -.:
~r,, ,';i t.l:e, antl M iN-s M erritt f,-'::;i;
t !w: t 1 t :.. (*o ii ,t! :i) *tf I !i. r ,,','.:,
L I ;: ;. Tliey thad t;wi'. y s1>':it ",1'
iheir eil:;i:e t;Nl;t \ i ;i:1s lri)ke;i aria l re
n ie ic .'-v i';il ;i:n 's. wi,.s <; (c'.wes
wN is t. S u' i uih.q:li; viy ey the f'nr t11-1
Mr. Ni!'.<. wh,\o when he offered \hi-
han l liad l'cen l'erfect.ly satistied t;'
take Ier withoutt fortune, would I11
case shle was deprived of her Inhrer-
Itance leave her in the lurch. IIal
considered his cousin to blame for the
situation and conceived an antipathy
for her which she-.heartily returned.
So these four people were made mis-
erable by Miss Olivia Hale's effort to
manage her prroperty after her death.
The 1,usiness before the upper courts
was voluminous, and decisions were
delayed. The cousins' lawyers Inform-
ed them that they had little hope that
the case would ultimately be won.
They also told them that If they were
disposed to fulfill the c(ondltions" of the
will they might take advantage of an
ambiguity in its wording to do so.
This proved the most unfortunate
turn in the whole affair. Instead of
Instantlily (1e!iingff this p~rop)-iti'. n
they t, k it under consideratiem. lII'ic
and( Nil's lio!h s.em't e'd to leaIn t' t)lo
side th;;t this w ,',l ., I,,, ;i (,,:!wt ',l,
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In the summer of 1812 In a New
England coast town John Burnes and
Avis Bradbury stood on a beach one
night talking in an excited undertone.
Burnes was speaking.
"I tell you. Avis, they're going to
murder me. I was told that your fa-
ther stated at the tavern that our mnrr-
riage should never take place, and
your brother Dick said he was going
to shoot me on sight."
"Their threats don't mean anything.
John, or they would not have made
them thus publicly. They know you
have no means and are opposed to you
on that account. But that's all. They
will never raise a finger to hurt you.
and when we are once married they
will drop their objections."
This dialogue was heard by one who
was lying on the sands screened from
the couple by some sagebushes. Johni
Burnes was not seen nor heard of by
any one In the town, including his
sweetheart, the next day or the next.
Had he gone away he would certainly
have communicated with Avis. but she
was as Ignorant of his whereabouts as
the others. Steven Bradbury, her fa-
ther. and Richhard, her brother, having
threatened him. were looked upon
with suspicion.
Thon one dany a l)oy brought i;)
John's (oat from a neighborin.g town.
It w as foilo(l Ond U (11111 to rinl almost to
shi't's andi covered with spots of
bl, od.
'The two tor:ulitirys wv'rwe :ar'reste'l
ai.(l t1l."v'n into lI'S I (plls' ag' ld with
the ;t;r wits p!en1 ty ot evidence ae.ainlst t het
of a circumstantial nature. They hat]
threatened Burnes openly, and the nian
who had heard the dialogue between
John and Avis was ready to testify
that John feared for his life at their
hands. But since there was no direct
evidence, since it was not evein knowvi
positively that Burnes was dead. the
authorities wisely resolved to wait.
Meanwhile the father and son Ian-
guished in prison. Avis felt assured
that t hey \vere lini,.t.'e it ; that In';"
lover h itd nrt with f4il i :y nt It:.'
h11:110A of siI one ,l-.e. fllt v!,- I
cou:hld have hl-d (l a i ioti'v, t(, P,!!'-:..!'
hi,n w1 ;s a n'.Ster" t) I 1i'.
It w s en \V'.'t l; rlI!r-. 1 ,_.-furi t;!,. :a'.
c::< v,. ( I, re .lf i. -t t., tr;,i;,. 'il :!. :"-
:; ii :ir.i tun i: flit. (l.,' f k id l oit s t i!
1i li.rii" fa:lVor. .\ei;;!w r s'. :am" 'tl i..
h:ive n u,-li h,'tpe t'f aii ;t father shol wei iii mre coir'-;t e tll;:1) tli
son-a coura-( ,U .O that wvas iitt'.iraily at-
triiutiti'd to : a determ nl itioi to Itr:izcyii
out the sin. Richard seemed entirely
broken down. The father listened
eagerly to the evidence; the son seemed
lost In despondence. Whether this
came from a sense of guilt or from
having lived so long contemplating his
probable end on the scaffold no one
of course knew.
The trial was of short duration, there
being no evidence on either side more
than has been given here. Avis bore
up bravely, encouraging them with her
presence In court, but it is doubtful if
her sympathy was not rather an in-
jury than a benefit, for every one
thought the father and brother the
more detestable in contrast with so)
fine a girl. The jury were out a lonr
while. Then they returned and saLi l
they could not agree. l'he juml;e. \v!i.
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