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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 24, 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: VID00412
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mxoq eady D g D rM January, fb 7 aa Maxrdi at thm Prttist Winter Resort In Florida.
mzmCAHBC MC BY uTm D PRESS.


DAYTONA, FLORIDA, MONDAY. JANUARY 24, 1910


15 Cents per Week


SW. H. WRIGHT... T FitzgeraldE RIGHT GOODS AT NEVILE H. CLARK DR.DeW.AKE

| Painting FrTZGrRAT-D & OATES RIGHT PRICES OPTOMETRIST.
I || tn.d ad Dentist
iCounsellorsion to Treat You Right.
Siper [g1pecial Facilities for Examining t Us Be Your Jewelers.
|D~ai(| ^5ri:"^r' eUBe Your Jeweler. Ofic fC* TTiaHours-g S~to481)
M UA and PI erfecting Land Titles L. H. ROWE & CO. EYES O FRa tOFITTED 0
319 AOL I AVENUE Offce In Conrad Building. 'Phone 19 L. H. ROWE & CO. EYES )iui-FR FITTED


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ITI ,NO ,MSSImTI


TI ENiBiMER MERGER.


j TOIFORMER OWN ER OF UTAH COP.

W THIS PER COMPANY SEEKING AN IN-
Sj JUNCTION TO RESTRAIN CON-,

k m The SOLIDATION OF COMPANIES.
i Con-' NEW YORK, Jan. 24-In the United
V be IadeI States Circuit Court at Trenton to-
imlA-^ s-uey.
illll -.t .day, argument was heard in the in-
UI*. t thei junction proceedings started by Col-
*^Tbou& the I'
t* wate onel E. A. Hall to prevent the pro-
fif^^^^^Pit. wasfi
tOZ j p-i- posed merger of the Utah Copper Com.m
be wa arrete pany nd in bekinT t(, prevent the
i n atial merger he claims to be acting for
I.. the ? est inte', ,ts of the s.,ckholders


_ arrest
im'ty on $20,-

!~Mee occurred
-M been fol-
-b string of
- the dosing
- Ptt. which
M the sUtrongest


of the company.
If the Court grants Ccl. Wall a
permanent injunction it will prevent
the special meeting called for to-
morrow for the purpose of increasing
the stock of the Utah company from
75,000 shares to 2,500,000 shares,
which it is proposed to exchange for
the shares of the Nevada Consolidattd


UB w directly Copper Company on the basis of one
C PhieAltle, share of the former for one share
H^B- *(Pkil Alien,
wh. looted the uf the latter. In his application for
II- k. an injunction Col. Wall argues that
dvn~_ ^ to the the proposed combination is in viola-
SFollow- ton of the Sherman anti-trust law,
S"the arrest and that the basis of the consolidation
brothe r-in- is unfair to the Utah stockholders,
-PlB&-- P _. rop-n as the Utah property, it is alleged,
Sa eff ort! is worth much more than indicated
h in ua effort
Eby the exchange basis proposed.
hamax to the
was the su-fE ATION OF GOLDEN
m F k E. Hans-!
,,,h. ofhi JIJUli.[ OF PAULIST FATHER&
iNae at-1
Sk failure, felt JUST FIFTY YEARS SINCE FATH-
of the jsitua-
k which had fal- ER GEORGE HECKER STARTED
%U was his brother- MISSIONS IN NEW YORK CITY.
a the Mineral Point
a week after NEW YORK, Jan. 24-Many distin-
i. kl d himself on guished prelates and priests of the Ro-
m when theI man Catholic- church are in New York
a k was ta- to take part in the celebration of the
ELMfstr tU*m at the golden Jubilee of the Paulist Commu-
aged mother-in-; nity of the city. It was just a ha-f
i w dropped dead century ago that Father George Heck-
W bi the suicide.'
of te scie. er, founder of the Paulist Fathers in
I New York, started the mission of St.
| IITWIuI Paul the Apostle, now one of the larg-
UMT "TO UNITE. est parishes in this city. Father
Sbe sHecker was a missionary priest who 3
r dal wh the life was spent in traveling about ex-
* aw iu wr r planningg Catholic doctrines and try-,
ll o lli *lattAB lag to make converts to that faith.
404l M Urfa^a i_ lThe Jubilee celebration is being he I
lershr are In the Church of St. Paul the Apostle
kllhim .Ot. it i in Columbus avenue, and will contin-1
ft ,---. ue two days. Tomorrow morning Car-


i W 15
Fr=m to be
OL -Tu tbe-tios will

,,- l mjima. Ohio
i w bh here
"Otrio ila matters
IM bet lSso the
i -.-- which is
liN AraMna, Kan-


-r'"UMNERS.-


UA. JUL 24-Philaae. -
k- "'.-d--- -


dinal Gibbons will preach the ser-
moa and Archbishop Farl),y will eel-
ebrate mass. A number of other
prominent prelates will al,-o take part.


LIBERALS CLAIM B!G


AINNS' IN" PALIAM[NT.


MAJORITY OVER CONSERVATIVES
ESTIMATED AT BETWEEN FIF


MRS.


V t'*Y' As RATHER R


HARD


FOR HER HUSBAND'S RELEASE.


Througbout the troubles of Cbartes W. Mots. th. ex-banker wh" hi-
begun the servtng of a fifteen year term In the federal penitentiary In At-
lanta for violations of the nation,! Imnking laws. his wtfe has proved hrr
devotion to him by unremitting har i work. Sne has now taken upon ber
elf the burdetn of carrying on his linrge buqlne-, Interests and. In addition.
Is preparing and eirculatlng petitions arkingj the president to pardon her hns-
band. Mrs. More ham op tud of with the aid of the fonmwr .nfdentletlnl secretary and stenographer of her
husband. Is timnly engqgri4 In keeping his affairs from becoming entangled
during hi; e nforiod atn nl-e Mrs MrT'e Is conslderpd a woman of much
finanelil ib)lllty She wsS forirlyi th,, wifo of CharleP F. [Dodge. from whom
hpe oobtainltl a lv,,r,'l'l Ths pl.tutr- of Mrs. Morse was made from a pho-
togrnph taken In h.-r hicv- It !q ,s.. 't th, flrst photographs given out
I v Mr'4 Miorpo In "v"ir


INT Ek L A IfER 'A IS'CO0 M


VISION REPORT TO COIGRSS

ADVOCATES CAREFUL CO\SER\'-


TiC.N OF NATURAL


WATE R


kInRS. TILLMAN WANTS


ONE DOLLAR AND EIGHTY

CENTS SOLD MANY (


ONE HUNDRED TWISANi


ORDERS.o


R. S. MALEY IS ANOTHER BUSI-.
NESS MAN THAT HAS FOUND
THE DAILY NEWS A PROFITA'
BLE ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
The Daily News is always interest-
,d to know that advertisements bring
profitable results to its patrons.
Last week R. S. Maley run several
readers advertising seed potatoes,
fertilizers and dry batteries.
Mr. Maley says he's been selling
more batteries recently than for any
like period of time in the past. He
became interested to know the rea-
son and asked several customers why
u0icy had not been buying more bat-
teries in the past. "\Ve did not
know you had them until we read you
ad in the Daily News," was the in-
variable reply.
A Kingston man walked to Mr. Mal-
ey's store. "I see you are advertis-
ing seed potatoes in the Daily News,"
he said. The customer bought
$,-6 worth, and then added "I have
already purchased my fertilizer but
would gladly have bought from you
but (lid not know you handled it un-
til I saw your ad."
Mr. Maley is a man that has never
been what might be called a staunch
advertiser and the Daily News is,
more than pleased at his cozmersion.
In addition to relating the details of
the above transactions lMr. Maley
stated that lie had sold a number of
orders of potatoes and fertilizers as
direct results of his "locals" in
the Daily News.


MEAT FIGHT CON-
TINUES IN NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Jan. 24-Followving
I District Attorney Whitman's announce
Inient that he would order the grand
jury to investigate the local meat;
trust conditions, petitions are being
circulated here today pledging ab-1
stinance from meat and other high-'
pricedl foods. The anti-cold storage
fight will be one feature of the grand
jury investigation,

CONVENTION OF
THE UNEMPLOYED.
CHICAGO, Jan. 24-Delegates are
arriving in Chicago for the conven-
tion of the unemployed, which is to;
be held here this week under the di-,
rection of J. Eads How. the St. Louisi
sociologist. The purpose of the con-
vention, as announced in the call is-;
s-ued by Mr. How. is to "lay the foun-
dation of industrial freedom" and
discuss plans to relieve the thousands
of casual laborers ho are o':t of
work in all the la, rL-, ,:* :,


ANNUAL CONVENTION


017 STOCK G 0IS,


---EEAS CORPUS


PROCEEDINGS C. ^vNT'.N OF SCLTH DAKO7A


COMMPENCED AGAINST SENATCf


ST-rCK BREEDERS !. SESSV,.
T N'C', LiL' ,ANRS O- F -A-: --


ARE HOMELESS IN fRANCE.

AWFUL FLOODS STILL INCREAS-
ING PARIS IN DANGER OF A


WATER FAMINE.


MR. MECHANIC


Our tools are all warranted. If you buy from

us and your buy proves faulty, come get others

or your money back.


Gruber-Morris Hardware Company
"I you don't trade with as we both lose money."


J. OGDEN ARMOUR


MAKES STATEMENT.


Ci1ll.(*AG), Jan. 24 (-in an
n n r mat packer- atiei fromn
:.' '~::~~n and high p;;*-:, ;! I rse-
~ ~ ~~~~1 t ~:.. i~d


U. U ;~ ShOW


C E'. !",I CETROIT.


TEELN AND THIIRY, -.- -


YWATTXRXfmTMUPM
N NBW~ipnlLPKUiFM A"f
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PARIS, Jan. 24-Warm weather
and increasing rain today is increas-
ing the rise in the Seine.
Six millions is the estimated dam.
age already.
The entire city is in danger of a
water famine. The mains are broken
in five districts and broken sewers
have contaminated the water supply.
The suburb of Troy with 2',000 In-
habitants, is all under water. The
basement of Louvre, the world's great-
est art palace, is filled and the damp-
ness is causing irreparable damage
to the statuary and paintings.
The government fears a typhoid
epidemic from the broken sewers.
One hundred thousand persons are
homeless through southern and east-
ern France.
The famous Alma bridge is closed
and subways are partially closed,
and a total suspension is feared soon.
The street fronting the Chamber of
ID)eputies collapsed today.

ALABAMA DEMOCRATS
DISCUSSING PRIMARY.
MONTGOMERY, Ala., Jan. 24-Pri-
mary election matter's were discuss-
ed at a miteLing here today of the
Deinocratic Stat, Excuti e Committee.

WESTON OFF ON
HIS LONG JOURNEY
NrEW\V YORK, Jan. 24-Edward Pay-
son \\WOStoa, the veteran pedestrian,
,'I"i hert by rail today for Los An-
geles. lie will walk back from the
Pa':tcific coast in ninety days.

:R PRESS AGENT
WRITES NOVEL PLAY.
NEW YORK, Jan. 24-Miss Marie
iF'itzgerald, a newspaper writer and
press agent, has written a novel
,lay entitled "Women and Why,"
which will be "tried on the dog" at
Birooklyn tonight.

NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS
ON TRIAL FOR LIBEL.
NEW YORK, Jan. 24-The trial of
the New York World for criminal li-
bel In an article which reflected on
the government's methods of the Pan-
ama canal began this morning. Form-
er President Roosevelt instigated the
S uit.


C. W. MORSE WORKING


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FOR CUST(DDY OF


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BIG BARGAINS I
SMm's Water Suits at
| HALF PRICE i
|V. H. PECK 2 Beach St. O
n 0

LING WAIl
CHINESE LAUNDRY
214 RACKH STKURT, DAYTO'A. FLORIDA.
Dremw hirts ......It Night Shirts .... 10
'VWhite Shirts. 10 Woolen hblrts .... 10
Check Shirts rndershirts .......
New Shtrt .... 13 Drawers ......... .
Shirts collar att.. 18 Focks. per pair 3
Collars or Cuffs ..2 Handkerchiefs 3
Also ladies Clothes at corresponding prices.



SQUIGGS' BAKERY*
PRODUCERS OF THE
5 PERFECTION OF
SBAKERY GOODS.
USo UE.USS o0 *omo olem

SAVE MONEY by calllnt at th-
SWOMAN'S ART EX('HANG:. 2 15N.
SBeaach St. Beautiful Souvenirs, Bridiz -
SWhist, WO counte-rs and priz,-s. A
great reduction in pricesall this wt.k. 0
Evervthlng for fancy work. Tbh-mosta
beautiful line of betads and chains In
]Daytona.

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SMAC'S BREAD
1 T"E REAL STUFF

MAC'S CAFE
THE REAL THING



a TOMOKA RIVER and
a NEW SMYRNA
Om Steamers
*t 4
UNCLE SAM a4d CHEROKEE
Largest. Ft este i-nd ]Exc,-lllnt Mer-
vice-. L.E. ELLENWOOD. Mgr.



I LAMB CYCLE
SLAMl l>Marine Engines
a H. C Thompson, Agent e
SDemonstrating engine can be setn ata
2 any time. Phone 92. I
SENESOEEOSUSOEUOEOIOIg
100041048E16000EsonOemoves01*1
3 E. T. PITCHER
a HAVANA CIGARS
North Beach St., Daytona, Fla. 0
S CALL FOR MY CIGARS
Clear Havana Smokers 5c.
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I
SJACOB ESPEDAHL u
Contractor and Builder
e Designer and Craftsman
l':] I '' : t:' *- t"U, 1 ,T *' 4 '
Sun' I- I k Co- N o I(.' I .
S ,'AYTI'*N \. FI.,,t: A'.\.
-momoioo-im emoom~im
U
1 OSCAR MICHAEL e
CONTRACTOR
U0
Filling and Grading 0
*
* Heavy IHauling a Specialty.
* 0
SESESUSESUSESUSESUSESUSESE

GOOD MEAT

: BIRCHWOOD'S 0
* Our Be-,f. Lnmb. Porkf
Sand Mutton urc. ilwiavk
print-. Our tatlitd 1- I
cacles are th, I*-tw the niarket affords
SA Tr.ull ord,.r Mcicilt.d. 'Phoni .
* Try Birchwood's Butter......
R. D. JOHNSON. Mgr.


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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
the seven modern wonders.
The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.
Where think you is water ,ith more
I)icti.i-sque surroundings? Nearly a
mile %'% de. fringed with tropical vege-
tation. artistic cottages with roomy


verandas looking out upon her bosom.
gaimey fo(.ucd dishess in countless num-
bers I- ckoniig, as it were, to those
with rod and re-el; her bosom fleck-
ed with duck and coot and snowy-
winged sea birds, which sit about as
if for the sport of bobbing upon the
waves; watch that lubberly old
white headed pelican pouch a fat
mullet, and that fish hawk struggling
upward with his floundering load he
snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick
and span, their hampers and lockers'
bulging with refreshments both solid


* and liquid ready for a cruise upon th
beautiful surface. Take out your fiel
* glass and sweep the river from
SOrmondig bride to Ponce Park
* light house, then say whether the
I Halifax isn't a thing of beauty and
I a joy forever, and or.e of the 1od(rn
* wonders.
* The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge-
wood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest
Sof a broad ridge, straight as the crow
Sflies and the wide-spreading branches
* of the heavy-trunked live oaks ex-
I tend their giant arms across the mag-
Sniicent vista, forming an arch, and
I from these extended arms great fes-
Stoons of Spanish moss sway as the
* trade winds from the tropic seas
a fan them Looking straight ahead
* down this white shell street one has
thp impression of a fairy path with
Selfish draperies, but as you move
a lon and <:t an eye first to tae
NI r ht an(d t;eII .o) the 1,.ft ou s,: did-.




i ol .. ,- o t i i 1 t t





vesa a ,tention ] aid p i .ethn t do, s
I '' ,. ;* a. ,. ow. .r of

Sh -ha n. .'m ::, s -L i'i ro e



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ure;:assi'of Beseuti of Cur Cottage q

i. ;, I- ,':', 1 t -ay ti ra I i nt -
m erhi;; .t?:i;:i.;d. n.'re nearly 'i;- .
verbal attnion an. d pr:,i.se than d"
the artist cotta,,s The owners of i
these charmnii villc s lhail from every I
corner of the country and they bring I
their own architectural plans and
build upon them, and, as the archi-
tecture of one section of the country 4


JOHN M. SHEELEY
t A SpetMy of
Interior Decorating.
I Orders My Be Left at Rowes
Jewelry& Stwre.


GEO. IRAT
Demer h
riplos -
PLATER PIANOS

Coaceut-Tuw


E. D. MILLS
BARBER
Hidb Cla ia Every
Particular.
South Beach Street


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


91W movs---s l of the streets with their wide margin*
SAUTO OWNERS, ATTENTION- of parkage. The entire city becomes
We are about to enjoy another rise in a great park, with driveways inter-
Rubber. Don't you think it will pay you secting miles upon miles of drive-
now to investigate the merity of Vulcaniz- e ml uo
ing. With proper work you get one-third ways so gouu as to attract motorists
more mileage---quite an Item at the, present
time. Practical work done at THE VUL- from all over the continent.
M rANIZEgor, COTTAGE AVENUE, Wni. And as for the pavements, pave-
M c(iregor.
FISK TIRES for FLORIDA ROADS ments that look and act like granite,
-where else between the eastern
FOUND AT LAST and western seas are so many miles
A place on Beach Street where in proportion to inhabitants? The
u cn jt Ht Ct pavement question stands with the
you canet Hot Chocolate that street as one of the chief drawing
made right and served with Whip- cards. Till some unheard of
ped Cream 5c a cup. place reports more and better. Day-
T. F. CURTIS & SON itona throws down the gauntlet to the
World.
Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Frut.
CSee unn Bros. | Whatever oone's shortcomings and
however indifferent or even callous
ATo one may be to many things, the mere
25c W window 'mention of "flowers and Squirrels,
birds and fruits" will send a thrill
that is reflected in distended pupils
-and pricked ears.
For every visitor wits a spare goo-
1SINE AND ber there is a bunny ready to come
BUSINESS AND I ,and accept your gift. He will sit bolt
S PROFESSIONAL upright and knaw into the meat,
casting furtive, saucy glances at you
ADVERTISEMENTS manfie
meanwhile.
L **M Flowers. Usually fresh and bl;:oi-
ing the year 'round You are reminded
*^ \7 1 lPL of ^Goldsmith's couplet where
Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzah, Ph. G. of Goldsiths ,Ouplet whvsre
1'a vTo'i i tic. T ISmiling spring its earli, st visit paid
2:1t,',, ;, t' ; 1 And summer's linigering blossoms
Nose, Throat, Lunds and Rhumatism treated are delayed.
by the Electro-Thermos-Vibratory Method. In one yard roses of varigated hues
IDtytona B.,--,h i (tie. in Th- .,,i V:, I', h predominate; another household has
Block, a]i-ll:It.ai.. i. !. ,iior penchant for the poincetta and the
lbvy 11|p oilitlil'iit.
premises are aflame; another is hid-
*****i********i*den in a Jungle of tall cane. Variety
SU is the spice of life and here is where
DR. F. H. HOUGHTON you find it.
The birds flit In, and with their
D Dent ist Joyous notes help to give fullness
SOffice in Peck Alock0 and symmetry to the picture .
SPHONE 32 West End South Bridge As for fruits, choice citrus fruits.
*ESUSUSiSESiOUOE*OEm-EonU Daytona yields the palm to none for
*i*E*i*U*E **EiE*U **USU *U quality and quantity per acre. There
0 n are scores of citrus groves in prox-
*OSTEOPATHY j
SDR. C. OSTEOPATHY imity to the city, branches bending
Graduate under A. T. Still, founder of to the earth with their burdens of
Osterathy'tt Kuidrksvi.flle, Mfsoundri.f
Osteopathy at Kirklsvlle. Missouri. luscious golden globes, which for
SNINETH SEASON IN IDAYTONA
Located on Volusla Avenue, 2 door, beauty, proflicacy and all desirable
*Wertst of Beaie St.,opposite ThoC(hthl.G s
et'Phont-ct,40 Ludy atthant qualities would truly astonish you.
* 'Phony 4') Ldy attendant T
*UO@OUO0UnO UO S 3O.O ..O*O.nI The Fastest Autos and The Finest
SwOut.
**0NO**i010*0N0U0*ON*m0*Ojj \The seventh world wonder, do ,w.,


E. L. STI.EWAR Ti
SPhysician and Surgeon
SX-ray and High Frequency *
Appratu1 ,

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S. H. GOVE
S ARCT .TECT'. BI:IIT).
and CONTRACTOR
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SD. D. & C. M. ROGERS :
I Civil Engineers
DAYTONA, FLA.
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INVESTMENT

COMPANY
(Incorporated)
M. L. Waggoner
Resident Manager
Desirable Building
Lots on all streets
in town; also river
and ocean sites .
Office on
Ocean Boulevard
REABREEZE


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Seabreeze

Six Acres of Park-
age. All modern -









Improvements

Rates: $3.00 per
Day and up


L. Z. BURDICK
COANTRACMTR
adBUILDER
U'ottugvsaIX slalty
Estimates furnished
All work gua '-
tinteed.
Se breeze..- Flord
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FITZGKERALD
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LAWYERS

Daytona, Fla.
ISSENA
Seabreeze

Six Acres of Park-
age. All Modern
Imprvements

Rates: $3.00 per
Day and up


L. Z. BURDICK
CONTRACTOR
mad BUILDER
(fottagt's a apsclilty.
Es~tximates furnished
All work euar-
anteed.
Seabreeze, Florida


FITZGERALD
&
OATES

LAWYERS
Daytona, Fla.


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SEABREEZE and D&AM
BEACH, two ent,
progressive towns on to
fax Peninsula, are geographill
although incorporated as
municipalities. The towns
I the peninsula north and south
distance of from three and o l
to four miles, and extend easok
west from the surging seas .ad
Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax
the beautiful tide-water
sets them apart from Dayto'i*
which they have close
by means of three bridges, as w4
a half-hour ferry service.
Seabreeze and Day-tona Bach
essentially summer and wia 4
sorts and are making husdnd
new friends every year amo.g
who desire to escape the d
ing extremes of heat and cold,
their hotels and boarding
are now receiving splendid "
age from the most discrimiad-
class of tourists.
The mean average temperatum1
degrees in the summer and 70degt
in the winter, with an occai-ie
extra rise or drop of a few days' d-_
Sation, marks this as one of the
Healthful locations in any sectiCoM4
the country, north, east, south or v tw
The ocean itself, with its marveleM
beach, hard as macadam and s
as a floor, is the greatest attraction
although earth and air and sky seam
to have entered into a combinatiam
to enhance i*s every charm. T
beach is the famous automobile ftP
course where every world's straight.
away record has been made, and at
these records it continues to hold
without rivalry.
The sand of this famous speedway
is composed largely of the shells of
the coquina clam, which are about
one-half inch long and very thiLa.
For ages Nature has been rolling
Them up, washing them back into the
; surf and pulverizing them. Examined
under the microscope each particle
Sis round, unfit for mortar, builders
say, because its smoothness prevents
its holding together, yet, strange to
contemplate, the very moment a wave
leaves the wet, apparently soft beach,
these round particles settle down
into a cement almost as hard as as-
phalt, beyond the comprehension of
one who has not seen it Repairs me
unnecessary, as twice each 24 hours
it is entirely rebuilt by the tidel.
The beach has a width of 300 to 5U
feet, and can be used from two homs
after until two hours before high tide,
thus giving an average of seven or
eight hours for automebzling some
part of each day.
Seabreeze and Da,-ttona Beach each
have a permanent population of ap-
proximately 1500. Sanxtar-y ordi-
nances are strictly e:iiorced, streets
and sidewalks arc ..c:\ kept, and
new strcet arc hc *: c.-;, l as fast
as the i:i.;rc.t.-..:n ::: ,un de-
n.arid',. Bc '.; ". l. i bchirdlag
!.ou -c t4'cr: 4. > : aco-
;: ,.- .t 4. -! -, ,. r-,.
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9- NEW SYRNA A


[ ORMOND-ON-THEEHALIFAX


L DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA


Mdo kow Dy-omby

9~~USpast of


rains datn back
hf o AMY Of Ewa
s with wirs Of
-----o and te lephone,
d aestl as bard and
flowsaw wcbd by
Sft that grew in state-
dedo the lapse of by-
New Smyrna is truly
-anad rest.
ha mis very inviting to
and pispsure-seeker. Here
&="dthe beat fishing and
SIn- State of Florida.
^^*-le am thrifty, the basi.
^^BI^tiprsind and all unite






the gwels land ofa
1ft strt tw Themeare











imala to mawU farms which
|kfe kw at reasnable pices
t n fuest celery grown in
as 1meiedoa this land. All

bou in abundance.
w.e, is nthe home of the arm-

I|,pl m c- B bo-d d in-
l -md the tax levy is low.
^- mean tourist should fail
i ems of the Old Sp2a-
hstad somdber din
im d a quarter miles
l~dMW your requirement








19fw SMrU3ias Agfood
W the place 9sd the trip
e & aly te by Mvtobilc
amuedM t pm rat by the
isfemiuo this place of








J-.. rt eol. ft M Imtlt
% i the-bm the ote of-
al u-po the edin
to nd at al, lent and








nlftu SOn toe aur es ou be.
0Bhpof the irld opposite


am a iP Mabcted by at
Saamt bride overaf the deep







1-lc- River. Here you
dam id your conventional
alI foras an0 bythisMome
MWWW an hiCON&MMWli remi
.0an Wie butterspis of

foalt an ome, ientasd
unda thearces0ofbt

W"a"It UwMvowL
M e~II[ Iaus opposte
~Ibridgeoer eig fthe de

= OPIndasRiver.Her iyo

at UftLLU U tm remin.


g in &ag and dee uuup the
of the sea and enjoy your-
.l beart's content with rod
* ^row or sail boat or in the
Sa ab short half-mile away.


Ti ma line to me at

OCEAN 1i9SE[ ORMOND


F. W. SAMS
PRPRIETOR

Ratum
$3.00 per Day
Special per
Week
Excellent Hunting
and Fithing
NEW SMYRNA
F. )RIJDA


HOTEL

TDIULL
NEW SMYRNA
WLORIDA
A House Strictly
First Clan in
Every Rexpect
Dinners for Motor-
tnc Partles a
Bnelalty
Rates: $2.00 per
Day and Up
BENNETT and
HODGES
PROPRIETOR


6ALIRATH
High Grade
Men's Outfitter
NEW SMYRNA
FLORIDA


BELL'S
While at
New Smyrna
LUNCH
at
BELL'S


L C. CHISOLN
Tonsorial Parlor
Oldest stand In town
NKw SMKYt A, FLA.
Moles and Warts
Removed Without
Pain
SAMIMAzY BATHS

PURR

ICE CREAN
Cofections
Cold Drinks

Tl. Bmt of Bvr-
thms in Or Um


RIZY'S


New Smyrna
i.s the Pla


ROSE VILLA
Mas. B. MOELLER
Proprietress
Meals for Transients
a Specialty
NEW fHMYRNA
FL<>Kid >A

ASK
ME
ANYTHING
If for
the Good
of NEW
SMYRNA-
Of e I T'. n mr's


411L~c --&
I'm Just going to
sit h'r' und flth nnd
ett Oranc m this
winter. Thenmr. r
@one good cnrlp
grounds n-.r mint.
nOl It and Pitch your
te nt on one :,;nd .on
ame on th lob.
LONE FTS cfvRM-.,


ROSE VILLA
PleasH ntl. I.<,.; t-d
on Ur.,n..d.- .Xv..
ORMOND. FLA.
Frank Mason, Prop.
Rat4-':MAO2.v nd 2IN)
per dny; $ 1.5) to
$15., per w,-vk


JAS. CARNELL
ORMOND, FLA.
Manuf- cturt r of
Pure Home-Made

GUAVA JELLY
MARMALADES AND
TROPICAL
PRESERVES
Special Atteti to
Family Orders
WOURuWT AWA3S *&I
Pa-n American Ex-
position-Buffalo
l"ast India Exposi.
tion--0harleston
Loulsiana Purchae
E x xosltton, Rt. Iouls


'E. C. TOTMAN
(-RMOND, FLA.
Fine Groceries
SVegetables Fruits
Si... ind Smoked
M EATS


MOUNDGROVE
ORANGES
and
Grapefruit-
Best Grown
(;rov" on St. Augus-
tine Auluoinoble
Ro.'d 10 Milhs
North of
I1(ITEL ORMOND
Beed, Knox and
Beed Company
M" LESW Postofflee


WRITE TO

MACON

THORNTON


ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAY
INTERESTED
IN PROPERTY IN
ORMOND OR
ORMOND BEACH
He Will Give Your
Business Prompt
Attention


MILDRED LODGE
(Forimurlv Mlhlr(-d
\tll'n
On River Front
ORMONI), FLA.
A First Class Mod-
ern House; Rooms
Single or En Suite;
with or without .
Private Bath. Ser-
vice and Cuisine'
Unexcelled.....
A. M. WATSON
Propr.


COOK'S GROVE

On the Ormond
Road Half Mile
South of Ormond


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 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 excellent graded school, sev-
eral churches, a fine public library,
up-to-date places of business and
comfortable and convenient hotels.
and boarding houses.
Ormond has many of the Florida
Sattracticns-fine fruit, good fishing, I
Excellent automobiling, safe boating,
i salubrious climate and pleasant
walks and drives.
At Ormond Beach is located the
large Hotel Ormond, and its lesser
sister, Bretton Inn. The former oc-
cupies a position overlooking the
Halifax River, while the latter has as
its outlook the magnificent beach and
the broad Atlantic.
The walks in all directions are
particularly attractive, and the ar-
bors, shady and inviting spots and
romantic nooks are crowded with
rustic seats which 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
1 dense tropical forests to Spanish
!ruins; drives to the ancient Cause-
way built by the slaves of 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 the
peninsula, five miles north of the
Hotel Ormond. Here you see a fine
orange grove, together with great va-
rieties of other sub-tropical fruits
and flowers.
Five miles further on you come to
Moundgrove, one of the finest orange
groves in this section of Florida.
Moundgrove is on the headwaters of
the Halifax River and is amid pretty
surroundings. The place is reached
by a good road [passing Number
Nine] and is a drive all tourists may
enjoy.

PATTPAGES AND ROOMS TO LET-
N IA \ Furnished; Modern Im-
CIT provements; on River
Front or Fldo Rtreet.. Rents Reasonable.
Write to W. F. COLBY at Ormond.


One of the Fines
Groves in Volusi
County .


VISITORS
WELCOME


THE

RUBY ORANGE
and

MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
Are Produced at

"NUMBER NINE"
Their Reputation
is EstablisheA No
Comment is Really
Necessary. i


PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE


PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY
(Inc.)
OWNER of the BEST
River Front
PROPERTY
IN PORT ORANGE
SFine Truck Lands

. i. OA ES. S.,c.,
i 'V. C HOIN4"S, Agt
S ) -rt Orange.


PATILIO & CO.
Ct neral
",scrch-tidise
: iS!s I 1 A.6 :LE

Port Orange, Iia.


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 bridge from the town
to the peninsula opposite.
The town is well laid out and has
many pretty homes owned and occu-
i-ied by residents and winter tourists.
it has several c.uir:hes, one of the
oest graded sci-,'ls in Voluia
county, two gic:.cral stores, a real,
estate agency a;J t... or three hotels.
A larce u:'-.'; r of tourists and
A c'-.,r reside,:". : Port Oraunc


'cr 1bC.1 .1-, a -!


',:Ic of tLic Sc': -


* ~ ~ .-r -s ii me .o [*rL\'.*3 anL gcIi~.
Atand a i:. \r'hectn

tanigcriiics aild ~;*-?-ruit hang~z


PORT ORANGE

BEACH
Lots for Sale.
Liberal Terms
Allowed for
IMPROVEMENTS
Ocean or River
FISHING
S'onvfnlrlnt tot \ it o
inlli"b[, R'n'",' ( ''tirs.
111h 1 (1 !'." (1 1 .,U '.
itand 'i4,I
Ap;.i' t,,
WM. C. ttOWES3
A ;- i;:
Port f r,!," F'.:. i


Port Orange,
OYSI[R C03
l .I (- ->' N !'
.r' \ t- \ "r 2 1
OYSTERS a:ud
C I-AIS
1*) ()I'- ll.L 1 :.';' ;':"'


VOLUSIA
COUNTY


BANK


DILAND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

A. D. McBRIDE
President
J. B. CONRAD
Vice President
8. A. WOOD
Cashier


G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Drugs, Stationery,
Huyler's Candies,
Kodaks, Cigars
DzLAND, FLA.


J. W. PERKINS


Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law


Will Practice In
State and
Federal
Courts

DrLAND, FLA.


"We Speak for
Your Trade."


LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
I Practicing in all
State and Federal
Oourts
Special facilities for
Investigating and
perfecting titles
DEIkNL)D, FLA.


STEWART & BLY
Isnas A. Stewart
Egford Bly
Mary Stewart
Attorneys at Law
and Notaries Public
DeLAND. FLA.


"FOUNTAIN'S"
DaLAND, FLA.

Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


For Florida
FARMS
GROVES
TIMBER or
TRUCK
LAND
.-- id for Btirznln
-;h,',t t(o


THE GOULD

PEALTY CO.


I i'! \\ I'u .t.


Volusia County


DELAND, th 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 B
Stetson University, one of the lead-
ing educational institutions of the
South. PBecause 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. Science 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 this vicinity being over
300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
peaches, pears, Japan persimmons,
plums, pecans, guavas, strawberries
and other fruits are grown in plenty.
In the way of public improvements
are many miles of fine shell roads, an
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 commu-
nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Meth-
odists (Northern and Southern), Pres-
byterians, Christians and Catholics,
besides colored Baptists and Metho-
dists, are represented.
The graded school offers a ten
years' course, and the building which
it occupies is newly furnished
throughout, and 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
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 DeLaJnd
to Lake Helen, a like distance.


BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO.
M3i nt !t fai<('.;!,, r'>
i :,,-k< gI*..,,..:. [ ..t-e l^.l -- ,


t-iIin t urlnIt, 1Uuj|, ,U B ,qil|
Drab Brick
I ,1 'I ".: I '; I ,'. ,'l \ -i : :, ii'i'i V -
l ..\ K i t l ;!. I. V F l..\ .


LAKE HELEN


S.rroundcd hy several pr-etty lakes
and guarded by lofty pine trees is


STETSSN

UNIVEISITT
DULAND, FLA.
Four (ollez and G
Technical ]School&.
Equipment cost-
InM nearly 841D,0m.
B dowment fHW.
Faculty of Pro.
fessors and In-
structors. Christian,
but non-mectarlan
Tpachlng.
For information,
address:
Lincoln Hulley,
Ph. D.. Litt. D.,
LL. D.
President


BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY
Manufacturers of
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
Agente:
Mnasury Paints
Parold Roofing
Whitehall Cement
El Dorado Plastor
Georgla Clay Brick
Bond 8and Brick
DPLAND, FLA.


ALLEN'S
Next to Pobtoffloe
DRUGGISTS
JEWELERS
DULAND, FLA.


A. H. WOODALL
The
Leading
GROCER
DELAND, FLA.

J.A.
ERICKSON
&CO.
Largest Stock of
Piana, Organs and
Sewing Machines
Booth of Jaoenvillle
DIuLAND, FLA.

Florida Wagon
Works and
Machine Shops
SOOTW HODGKIN8
Proprtotor
DIz.AND, FLA.
Manufacturer of
Buggie and Surrmys


SILAS


WRIGHT


INSURANCE
AGENCY
IFT \NI).FLA.



Wro ,. r!


A, r'nc'i ..-It LaN


J. F. ALLEN
Furniture Co.


.- I I I 11 --


a W.D. HAYNES
Grocer
DELAND, FLA.


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Cadibac


|MOTOR CARS j


4
4
1
- 4A
4
4
4-
4


itc .Motor Car Company

42 md 43 Beach Street


SCt .ate Drug Store. i
.U

Everybody cal, and reap thel

benefit. I personally put up all
prescriptions so you are sure of
lawful and correct work by a a
0
istered druggist.
i U


GILLE'S DRUG STORE.


GARAE11
GARAGE


OLDSMOBILE

TOURING CARS


FOR HIRE


oil Ow MAO


A SwelrPe



Cream I

Does not set&.


Central A


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ArM6 cHURCHESjI
--------l---
II
It. H M aliunson'a theme Sun-
y at the eleven o'clock service,
*" (Mh. O O" was eloquently dis-
mi to a congregation which tax-1
04 the eating capacity of the church.
H was assisted in the services by
DUtrlct Superintendent H. G. Porter.
Mrs. H. G. Fletcher was at the organ.
A solo by Mrs. Chowning was render-
ed in her usually impressive, clear
oaes. Prof. Hardy, who expected to
have the organ in charge, was de-
tained at home by sickness.


At the First Congregational Church
the usual large congregation, which
Included many visitors, greeted the
iamtoro Dr. B. F. Marsh. The beau-
tiful organ prelude and interlude Ly
Miss Willaume, the anthems by tL,-
Vell organized choir, and solo by
Miss Klebs, was much enjoyed a-
Well as the eloquent discourse.

Regular services at the First Bap-
tist church. Rev. A. L. Abercrombie
breached to a good congregation.

Dr. Huntington, of Ormond. deliv-
red the sermon at St. Mary's Epis-
Copal Church. It was missionary day.

Prof. E. B. \Vakefi-ld mnad,' a
Ptrong argument against Calvi;ii-inm at
the Cnristiar: Chuin h Sunday eve;,n:!:.
There %sis -ooj 'on r'', .it::.al -.:-
ing.

Mrs. Shouse v as First Reader :'
Christian Science ball. Mrs. Jak"s.
Of New York, was soloist. A good
attendance was present.

RECENT REAL
ESTATE TRANSFERS
DeLAND, Jan. 24-The following
warranty deeds to property in the
vicinity of Daytona have recently
bten recorded in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court:
Lillian McCullough to T. R. Byrd,
V 73 ft of lot 1, blk 8, Seabreeze.
consideration, 300.
George H. Foote to Henry Van
Dorn, lots 4 and 5. bik 1, Foote s
tub lots 3, 6 and w half 7, blk 23,
Hodgman's Daytona; consideration,
Mo.
John B. Hinskey to James E. Bar-
ber, lot 18. bik 20, Mason & Carswell8
sub. Holly Hill.
H. F. Stewart to U. 1'. Tayl,:r, lot
11, bik :,, sub lot 1, _-'-c 4, t\v 1.,.
o v3; consideration:, $4-1
John I1 tion.,ky to .loin \w ns, 1, .
41, sub lis 1 a;d 2. I.k .,;, ..
& Coleman's IDayton;:.

WHY NOT CELEBRATE
OHIO DAY THIS WINTER


Citizelns C vari I r 'i. -
have in past st.as,,s, hlid reun,..
days and it ha- r-' -, y : ., .- .
gestt.d I, .-:,4 \,-;\: l t :.- f fr,::. (>', ,
that the !)0,1I1, f:;o,. tl.,. a'".',. 1, -

,,, i" ", P,.i" : .
tye z-ai -* jIa to1' :' a -'.
lar ct.ieL: ', ..... t- i.- *." :i.ta r. T i.,.,'-.
& <-~ ,' ..:^i.- ;.'.'- : IA* .dfi-:? f .! D ity-
tona ":'(::.; mia SiaU :'. ()!,,,, "a....
trom v any otLer -tat- .n -i-- l :.' I:.
the c:t" liavin bi-zn IIb',de.d Iv
parties from ()h v, x ith a ', '.-.:
drawing of mnanyv of t ahe ,a:l:.r -s:t-
Uers from that State.
It is nect-ssary that ,I.e *, r IL.-r!
persons, ith time to devote "o :t,
take the initiative in this matter,
which should prove a popular move


THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
Published every evening, except Sun-
day. from Decembtr I to A.pil 1, by
THE GAZETTIK-WEWS CO.
T. E. FITZGERALD, Edltor-Manager.
C. 1. HAwLIs, City Ndltor.
Geo. F. CRoccm. Superintendent.
Entered as second-class matter De-
cember 1. 1t W. at the post office at
Iaytona. Florida, under the Act of
March 8. l17".






Heart to Heart


Talks
By EDWIN A..NYE.


WATCHING HOLES.
Some men were at work repairing a
broken conduit under the street pave-
ment.
They dug n gd sized hole, and
while two of them were at work be-
low another directed the work from
above.
There was a pile of dirt about the
hole Sufficient as a barrier to keep
away the teams. And on top of the
dirt. sometimes two or three rauils
deep. stood a ring of meneu watching
the work.
Hour after hour so,;ue of theI men
stood with hin.Ads in p)(ckets and coat
collars turned tj)up intet 1upo,,, tliir ot-
servati,n. 'They Lhid n(o )I rs4-a;il inter-
est arnd with :aipp:rent.v plenty ft tn':!
were shi,!y-
%Wat(chiilg the hole ini t .e :r,,uj:,d.
VWhich is characteristic ot sote p,,.-po
pie in the wvor!lj.
There are tren who will exlaini to
you i*y the hlur. It you will let the!]'.
just how the federal or stale or city
government should be run. They wiil
argue questions of tiance or tariff or
rate regulation as if their lives depend-
ed upon the solution of the.-,e ques-
tions-
Watching a hole in the irouud.
There are young men who know noth-
ing and care for nothing but sports.
They will take up a daily paper and
without a glance at the headlines on
the first page read what they want
and throw the paper away. It matters
nothing to them that the paper is
filled with news of world Importance.
They are-
Watching a hole In the ground
There are women who will go from
place to place to retail the gossip of
the Deighborhood, and if there be
scandal they are its early dissemina-
tors. They also are-
Watching a hole in the ground.
There are young persons who do
nothing but dreamn things ;il day I,:.
True. the wl".d must have Its (drea,-
ers. but they :%:usL-t be of the sort that
go out to imake th,,ir 'i-r.; c',.,,
true. But these drea:ners I.i'iect t::
w,;rk before them t;l;t ; ;. ;::'y [,: 1
(astles in Spail :l ..i-
\\atcti h h 'e ian tl.t, r,r i:il
It is I.A.i.rx .- )I i. ,L ::' ,'h1ii- ii Wi' '('t-
Oed e:er : ;: ; ... ;" ,] ., .;. '.;',
mian bel:;x,; \"n>te ii. -v., :.; .ts in
the gru,::.!.
Ir 'i.r.i:e i ki:,'.\ It r' ,'I ',Ve\ tc-rn;;1 r:.:
fl l(f klr'' :' (,f I;,eV%'S 4 + h 11 ,.ilher
and of affai..-. f ..,ws t tiic rithhr-
ho)( ; a'd o(t s1 r ".:-.: s of r.ts' r
things, ai1t these are .tces ::irv ,;i
right In their place, ,ut if y,,u sp, !. t(.o much .lCe! n dIl tIt4Ui.2ht t:1 th-I .
to the ue,'ct of yur daily task y,,u
w.l be Ike :in l thuse w!> simp,'y--
Watch ai hle in the ground.

J. W. Paul.

Engineer Known as Expert In Mine
Rescue Work.


:YAUINCU HHICL ENTERED YACHT CLUB TO CELEBRATE
i BANQUET TO MRS. RAWSOIK


The Reading Circle tendered Mrs.
L. 0. Rawson, a banquet, last Satur-
day night, at the home of Mrs. Gra-
ham Thompson.
The whole affair was very unique,
being a pleasant reminder of the
many delightful trips Mrs. Rawson
has taken in the past few years.
The table was most artistically
decorated with representations of
the different countries and principal
cities she had visited from the Ar-
tic to the tropic climes, with every
kind of transportation she had ever
used, from the tiny donkey pt. t ,
latest airship, and Coin. t -.ry ...
triumphantly on the No,)rh ',11 \\:.,-
ing thle American flav,, thol.,';L. h r.
flags of mIlanyv (olntrli- v..:' r4' t'ji:
from) boats ruling t (Ie d:f'. .<.
'The dinno.r, perfect in *, l.-t;il.
was truly American and P' :; 02;i,
to coffee woul havw d(dli ll., a i#,
most particular (.picureu ri.n (r h;;n-t
been a credit to DelhoniiI>,).
The toasts were wittyV a!,d n'),t
appropriate and the pla,- cards v,,or^
souvenir po--tals with I lI..Itra,) in.
suitable to th Ie- to(ist s.

AUXILIARY YACHT SARAMAR,
SOUTH BOUND TO MIAMI.


'Th!e auxiliary yacht. Sn'> :, .i



iT SI :..ii 'a;,, ::,i, .y




>.'a tr \t tl. has i: i. ; :a ;,.:' i- :!- ,T
ci'-ntcrb'oard. She r:oieu s a, ,.; 'f
four, under command of Capt. ',\dlttr
Wheeler, and has on board hir ,vn-
cr. Sherman Loomis and family, (I
Brooklyn, N. Y.

POPULAR RETIRED OFFICER
OF BRONX TO WINTER HERE
Patrick Mike and wife arrived :ri
D)aytona from New York, Saturday, t,
spend the winter at Daytona. Mr.
Mike is a prominent retired police of-
ficer of the Bronx, and is popularly
known there as "Shamrock," be-
(cause (if the unusual combination 4f
name. Mr. Patrick is a warm p- r-
',nal fri,- nd (4 C'onrad Stubenbort.
and II ,ia'"\ ,lva l)avi,:a t :'io'i( h .. .


RECEIVED PAINFUL INJURY


BY FALL FROM


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BOSTON, Jan. 24-A great ball In
Paul Revere Hall will be held tonight
to celebrate the forty-second anniver-
sary of the South Boston Yacht Club.

LYMAN ENDS LONG
GOVERNMENT SERVICE.


BOSTON,


Mass., Jan. 24-George


H. Lyman, collector of the port of
,oston for the past tvelve years,
retired from the office today. ie is
succeeded by Edwin I'. C('rtis.

LOTTIE OFF TO THE
PACIFIC COAST,


PEERLESS ENGINE f

A perfect and most economical fuel for i
and Stationery (asolbme EI||HBj
For sale at all principal pdO66

GULF REFINING COMI


DAYTONA

AGENCY


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


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EXPRESS COMPANIES.,










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GEORGE V. HOBART


IN VAUDEVILLE


NE\r\W YORK, .!Ja:. I- (;,.:a.,! V.
Si'ba rt, vr ho ha.- \\ :Atr --a i .>*_ a
head musical comedy to ac'ul.re a
comfortable fortune, has now turned
his attention to vaudtvillt-, and the
':rst of his sk,-tch .s ;'. :;1 i,. r.,ted
I,'r thie first timp todliy.

CANADIAN CONSERVATIVES
IN SESSION TODAY.
O)TTAWA, Ont., .l.i, 2--.\ll of the(
lp''' i 'ifCes of thr- I)onirn L ii 'l r- ,'ep-
r, t-ented at tilir -, --- i, :,, ",' tday

,a*. the-. Com~itt i,' i'l.' i" -n
.'* ;'r in n :i i :- r ". -* *; ; T ; \ ,


A, 3 REOF-~OA~IIZE


-THERN ROAD.


I~


'"7 2 ,.' i *' -

I-, -......... .. ..: ,i ,"


REDUCED PULLMAN


RATES IN KANS/A


K.?K j OUST TR-LLE-Y
FROM GIRARD ESTATE



I L i.


in.- Sota- litard of4 Riadl(l( 2
sloners were put into e~ffv-ct tolday
WI th". ri-Alro;1s opra! ;m. :L. It
sas. Thle rMd'Ltion av eraq-, :- -..
:."-ut 1allthe(Pfl-!:1Lt t


Property of the


S STANLE
0

CENTER OF i
RIVER FRONT
110x535-SUB
*BUSINESS AM
B GOCD INVEST

0as. S. Stanley, or NORM
3 Jas. S. Starley, or NORM-


Y


ESTA'


DAYTONA
r
DIVIDES INTO
ID RESIDENCE LOTS
TMENTS


AN S. DAYTON


~*E@ i*~*t'~ UVUe 3OU@E6U@USO@U@U@ESE@I@Ug


There Was No Duel.
C',inel Crisp whveni i.i I he IMt-ouri
it-elslatur'e was one of the central nb
ures in a scet-ne which pruouLsed bloo
shed. whi,:h ended, in a hearty laughi
and which was the i:ue* e |f an as
founding remark from HIn. John W.
Farriss, the then speaker. said Champ
Clark. Crisp and another member got
Into a debate which grew into a quar-
rel. They shook their tists at eacti
other and roared like a pair of Nu-
midian lions. Everybody expected and
many hoped to see a regular old fash-
ioned knockdown and dragout tight.
which expectation and hope were frus-
trated and dashed to the ground by
Speaker Farriss remarking:
"If you gentlemen do not quit fus-
Ing and take your seats I will order
the chaplain to take you into custody."'
which so amazed the bellicooe legis-
lators that they stood In a state of
lingual paralysis, while the spectators
laughed till they were red WI the face.
Humnor saved the day.


How He Helped the Blind.
"Pllease hpel) n blind man." said a
fellow with green gogg.les as he held a
tin cup toward the line of people Issu-
ing from the Union depot. "I always
help the blind." s'id one of two your.'
men wh, were psslni. La:,l ti stppe,
ind .',, ,our a t,'e d, e;lr l!:I. .'1 :,
you get :, ,i uarttr t ut of this?' l
guess o."' .-aid t lhe blind .an. f...h:_-
-'Ut a L::.,lfui o;f c Pia _p -!0 ]eom inl -.
oUt S4.75. "\Veil. .lIhi." ev le;It younI I Ian's 'cfrnm p.l ',ll1 :1";
thy walked ,n. "you're a b:..zer f, -i
than I took you to e'.' "Am. I '" sa",I
John. "Yes. yVu :re 'hat fellow's n,
m,,re Nllnd thmn I ;ri.. Hlow crui.l h.-
tell that was a fv. (1,)llar 't .'i1
"Dianed If I know," sa!d John 1:Ii-
ceutly. "but he must be mighty n.eir
sighted not to see that it was a c,,u:
terfelL"-Chicago News.

Settled the Difficulty.
An Insurance agent had vainly tried-,l
to persuade a man to Insure his valua-
bles against burglary. "A safe's all very
welLs" be admitted, "but look at the
constant trouble of locking up and un-
locking to ee if your things are al!
right
"I've got over that (1difficulty," '1--


REALEST
BARGAIN





Two Cottage
th,. ci',rn- r of omangesaM
----, cf thi. nioat dellf"
toll;i : on- cottt, e 7 0ro iS1
iln( i I; ,t i.. r onvente-IM
toth i nrd a nap at the.
,'-t,-in ;nl d,..,ire to loolkIS
on nr tiM r-,-1. V'. M.
Blnh:haitt Thompsfon. k
FOR SALE OR
cottages. furnishd;
on Ridgewood Ave. .
113 South

FO R w ojaft
DAellir'g, corner -
Live Oak. All I N


bargain.
SCONRAD-OATES R"ALmm
INSURANCE COW _
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SURANCEST4
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ct Your
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r Rent orSak

-aph:c Work ad T P
writing


The new steamer FL*
will leave the Pric e d 60
MONDAY and THIRSDAYTIbrw
TUESDAY and FRiDATY Ir0M
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SGEWOOD
OWORTHY, Proprietor.

_OW OPEN
ms be usged by white Northern help,
d1 t smt hotels in the North, and white
gm house. The table will be supplied
o the season, cooked and served by the
obtainable.
ptspect House, Shelter Island, N. Y.



|RCGEORGE
Ieyard & Holroyd, Proprietors
DAYTONA, FLORIDA
pd and (Improved Since Last Season.
tifail Grounds-Located on River Front


Concert Twice Daily


mmnt as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park, N. J.

efibhtion leaves Prince George dock for
kbSery Tuesday morning at 8:00 o'clock.


Im


David, Jayne HiIL
FO~ga~oea~ uu,


z


.1


E HAMILTON


New and First-Class.


DAYTONA.


- FLORIDA.


Electric Lights


Electric Bells


Rooms with or without Baths.


w L N. MABBETTE, Prop's and Mgrs.


THE


PINES


go hiest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
wmmodates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
dc ts, ft.uacc heat private bath. New and
m ts MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.


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W SEASIDE INN
AMD FURNISHED COTTAGES
Homelike and Comfortable. Directly on
S Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and up
HORACE F. STEWART
WP .IMC.H, FLORIDA.


merwitmgtoo the most ;iarticutiti ;4ti -'.ntii fhc~i, :
.00"Wr 4Ieosbatwo blotcLo.fromIh, c 1i..-,l:ink. pjtI.-t .
&W SLW OUper day-111.9.u in od hi u.. lit rp i v
Opsa November to May.
Wmn. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor.


.HE PALMETTO
P"puftar. DAYTONA, FLORID,
k fmkib the Beautiful Halifax River.
JIllMrbke HoU. First Class in All Respc
I C 0. tCHAMBERLIN, Proprietor.


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Recent arrivals at The Ridgewood
include: Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cap-
ron, Minnespolis, Minn.; C. H. Stock-
well, Massachusetts; Samuel White.
ly and wife, Providence, R. I.; Dr.
and Mrs. E. L. Potter, Mrs. R. I.
Rogers, Los Angeles, California; Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Green, Chicago.
dr. and Mrs D. E. Gallingham, Chi-
,cao; Geo. H. Butts and Geo. H.
Slulges, Hoboken, N. Y.; Daniel Lees
Philadelpl a.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Conradt, Kokomo,
Ind.; P. W. Conradt and child. Tif-
fin, Ohio; Miss Kaltfleisch, Tiffin,
Ohio, arrived in party Saturday and
are guests at The Despland. Other
recent arrivals are :D. Auld, Jr.,
Cleveland; C. F. Sparks, Alton, Ill.;
R. R. Otis and wife, Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Hurd, Boston,
Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Selle,
St. Louis; W. W. Jarvis, wife and
daughter, Monroe, N. Y; C. F. Sparks
Alton, Ill.; and the following party of
prominent people from St. Louis: Mr.
and Mrs. M. D. Cochrane, Mrs. (Chas.
Wilson, Miss Grace Wilson, K. B.,
Harrigan and James Burke.
Mr. and Mrs .Archibald Park, well
k:iown people of New York. who ire--
ularly spend their winters at The:
Dospland, arrived Saturday, and aro'
nltasantly established at this popim-
lar hostlter-, (or the season.

The "Sillinger" Stakes.
It only takeLs u tew hours to get
from anyp i;rt of I-'>, 'i nii to l onfas-


ter, se-e the r-ie forr fh St. Leger and
return honse. Yet in the coaching
times a jourtiy froitm London to Doun-
caster (cccupi'd(1 a c' ilpW (if Idays.
Taking Its name frtui famijus Don-
caster sportsmini (o'donel St. Lcger-
pro[,rl ly pronoi:,n'd "Si!liuger"--the
race Is the secotlnd '1' st hirse ra<:.i.:
event i-n i'li u;'n, It was f<'in,;'-d
in 177 i :;id ::;\\ ;. s *i ,ti- t l'n re:t -
est e*it]t.Ii' .-. li i i t ->' .!f:-
land. In f: t. P;t, i:. r!",,, ,'r,.r, y ,.
Pave u1p ) if 'i '. -- I r \', ':'! \\ ;
.t 1d li.i .; ,t. I t. V i n :' i- .*
1ail I.'N 1 ,1 N 1 1 1
.]t.ed .~ p ', i s. I!\ l, 1,. (..,\ ;:, : id ; -
thors of ,,l IA''"r Vi1iners. IThere h iive been
many m IemlralIe t('ish(- t tie race.
and (on one occasi,,i ;i li. rse named
Theodore, against whom the odIds
were quoted at 1.000 to a walk!n.:
stick-officially 1.<'M) to 5-wou hand
so nely.
The largest !i-,ld wavs thirty. kIn 1"25.
and the smallest f'ur.' in 17S3 a'd 17S3.
A hbur.'' n;a;;ed Nimety-three won in
1793.-London Saturdity IKview.
Armed With a Saber Hilt.
When William L. Royall gf Fau-
quler county. Va.. was seventeen years'.
old he bcamne a ('onfederate soldier
In his "'Remindniscences" he says that
the feats performed by the C',,nfed-
erate cavalry in the early part of the
war were remarkable, because n11,t til,
co p11at nyI'i in ten h:id anyiV arris t'l, tt
wtr,, lit to fight with. h
"\Vht,;i I .J in'd ilm y c',,t a'iy. {;*'


I thiNN*. I-.


~av.' inc a s:iter
US''d in t11.~ Ite' .:u:
thA' eid~ VV .'2j~')l1 1 1. .11

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I.


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Sarmid within :a S.i;'.n','.,* 1 ,* *,> .
Nobles In Meati Attire,
*''.' Where did etiquette re quire nt',es to
appear before their sovereigns mealy
clad? This singular custom charncter-
ized court ceremonial In anlcient Mexh'o
)A. under the Aztec dominion. Wben i the
native lords and grandeesb hnad occasion
Cts. to seek the presence of Montezuma
They were under the obligation, as To-
S riblo de Benevente. who ncconipanlied
S theo CTmoT)istndor Cort,.. testifies, of


'a~sw r imulte.


The recent changes in the diplomatic
corps did not disturb Iavid Jaytu
Hill. amhass.:id(r to (,'rinaiiy. Di)r
Hil wls f.,irnerly prvsHiIenT ,f Buck
lbell ntId RIclhester ntiver.sities ,.nl i
the aIluthr of timany b),oks.


Charles W. Russell.


New United States Envoy to the
Court of Persia.


\/MW~lgWSVHAWHS AWHS
Charles W. Russell. the newly ap-
pointed minister to Persi:i. went to his
diplomatic pjt froti thei ,tflice of as-
sistant attorney general.


Captain R. A. Bartlett.

Peary's Captain Wants to Look
the South Po'.e.


For


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Eight hundred feet


IP on river front



Fifteen Acres


|of Land


With Shell Road on two


| sides, in Port Orange



I for $5,000|



| Good house that|

I would cost $6000I


s to build today. Two

I cisterns, well and

everything neces=

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| of the most beauti=

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Specialties


of


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Conrad


Grocery


Company


ARMOUR'S


Star Hams and Bacon


Simon Pure Lard in Pails


PET


BRAND


Evaporated Milk


HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,
I O nAND. ILLINOIS.


Pat up im the following sizes


BAST
5c. 6 for 25c


FAMILY
0lc, 90c dozen
$3.50 case


TALL
lOc straight
$4.35 case


HOTEL
20c
$4.25 case


Tetley's


Teas


Our Daily Market
Quotations,


a
Armour Star Ham .... ....Ilb. 20c
Ferris' Bacon .. ......... 55c
Armour's Simon Pure Lard in
Pails, 3 Ibs. 65c.; 5 Ibs. $1.00
10 Ibs. $2.00


Pride Oleo, in rolls........


EXCEL


.30c


N. Y. State Cream Cheese ... 25c
Swiss Cheese ............. 40c
New Potatoes ...... per peck, 40c
English Walnuts, new crop-lb..20c!
Brazils, new crop- ...... lb...20c
Almonds, new crop-.. .. lb..25c
Mixed Nuts 2............. 20c
Florida Pecans 20............ 2c
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
i Lettuce, Radishes, Green Onions,
STurnips, Beets,Parsley, Mint,
S 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---


Uusurpassed in Purity


ALL


OTHERS


Contains No C


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


All data proves this water to be quite free from Organic matters-tg bI
healthful, palatable drinking water and one admirably adapted b I
domestic and general Purposes. :


Scudder's


S


A HIGH CLASS

PRODUCT. .a


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 trades of
Coffees purified by a process that
increases and retains its essential


qualities.


Quarter Pound Packages


Aw Person is Oten -JulE

A Person is Often Judge


1-DPINJTINC


I


B-
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by His

[aEl


It should be up-to-date the same as you would have your clothing up-to-date.


THE


DAILY


NEWS


JOB


PRINTING


DEPARTMENjT


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


T'YYI"9% rT ITinI"LT i'


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The National Biscuit Co


Cakes and Crackers


DRINK
*I!
J


Maple


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


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So ase~t of t br United States forestry
gr1ed a costrovermy which threatens to continue
a* preantial term. The BalllJUnger-Plnchot fight
B aF at Wasbugtoon to have reached Its climni
IT 4-aaed an Invetigation at the hands of the press
p' ti r to Senator lolllver revived the trouble, and his
T. t fortbcomitng inv sti.ttlon promises to be fut
Spe up afrech all the cfargew pro and con that hhva
nINK during the past year.


iis No Place


, Daytona


ut in which to spend the winter

td io Daytona is known the

Mw as the Prettiest Resort in

fthe Beauty of the City is as


of the Universe left It.


L V


1.I


TLOATI


I By M. QUAD.
IOoMINWht. 125, by America P.s Ao-
atimo.J
Tb strong minded Mrs. Graham anod
ftr other strong minded sisters In the
fith had chartered the housaeoat Free-
dom for a cruise of a month on the
bay and were ready to start. Not a
man was to be allowed on bounrd; not
even a boy was to be allowed to fish
bear the craft. It was to be inde-
pendence of the male sex pure and
simple. The five hbusbands of the five
strong minded women liad raised no o)b-.
Jections. They had simply smiled and
winked at each other.
The tug left the houseboat at anchor
forty rods from a wooded shore. The
women bossed the Job, and the tug
captain obeyed instructions. The an-
chor was hardly down when fire vok'es
began chanting their relief at having
arrived where man was not They had
heaped him. They could stand on the
burning deck and defy him-no more
thraldom and oceans of liberty for a
month.
This state of relief and hilariousness
and general good feeling continued for
fifty minutes by the clock in the cabin.
Then Mrs. Perkins discovered a coc-k-
roach. It was not a monster of mia-
lignant mien. but still it was a cock-
roach. Its discovery ought to have
been the merest trifle compared to t l:
emancipation (of woman after ;.(l x
years of servitude, but the fidgety Mrs
Perkins clean forgot to look at it in
that way. In fact. she said that stie
wouldn't have conie if she had kno'n ii
that a cockroach was coming too.
It was Just ten minutes later when
Mrs. Smith discovered flies and bug's
-flies and bugs coming in clouds from
the shore and that the insects had
teeth or stingers. Then Mrs. Brown
and Mrs. Davis asked for fishlines and
learned that no one had thought to
provide them. The talk was blendiin,
into acrimony when Mrs. Grahiam
called a mtueeting of thie society iand ire-
sented the following preanimble and res-
olution:
Whereas. Woman has at last erncrLe',4
from a state of servitude lasting sin,'
the days of Adami and Eve; and.
Whereas, She has now become t!e s:i-
perlor or man and no longer needs ti:.,
assistance in any direction; now, tv:rt:-
fore. be it
Resolved, That the St-nise of this tkt-
ing Is that wve proceed to show the \vw,::
at large, but particularly the male sbt-x.
that we are equal to any emergenp.cy.
The resolution was adopted' without'
a dissenting vote, and for an hour :i
holy calmn reigned. Then, in storing
away the groceries, it was discovered
that neither salt nor baking powd-er
had been brought along. Mrs. Perkins
and Mrs. Smith had quite a few plain
words over it. and when Mrs. Grahamn
threatened to call another meeting of
the society they were silenced.
Oe tlih stecond day several more
things happened. It waa discovered
that the craft leaked and no one kuew
how to work the pump. Puder the
brisk wind she dragged her anchor aud
grounded on a mud flat. Five hundred
more cockroaches appeared to see what
what it was all about. The tide
brought in a big log, which insisted on
bumping the houseboat at the rate of
five bumps a minute, and the fore-
handed sketrtb didn't wait f,,'" the
going; d,,wn of the sun. The L. e w,>-
men sm.iZ..et'd thruu [h I'. e ii..: :;.l
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(Copyrtbt, i6. by AnmWrian PrUs A--
elation. I
"Donhoff!"
"'In heaven's name, what is It?"
"The police!"
Donhoff sprang up and darted to a
Closet, seized a package of papers and
threw them nluto the stove, watching a
bright streak In Its side-a crack-till
the flame died out. when he turned to
his friend, who had hurried In to warn
him.
"Any one peached?" he asked quick-
ly.
"Yes. Alex."
At that moment there was a step ou
the stairs. Donhoff turned pale. clap-
ping his hand to his coat pocket at
the same time. But he did not speak;
there was no time. The door was
thrown open, and an officer of police
stepped into the apartment.
Donhoff bad a letter in his pocket
that be had forgotten. It was from
the chief of his revolutionary society
detailing a plan for the assassination
of the minister of the interior. It had
been written using assumed names.
and some attempt had been made to
disguise the different steps to be taken
by using commonplace words and acts
Nevertheless in the bands of the po-
lice it would be interpreted without
trouble.
But no finer display of nerve was
ever Ariven by a man. Donhoff faced
the ol-lcer with well feigned surprise.
"l':ardtm me. sir.", said the officer.
"I am ordered to search your apart-
men t' 1.' '
"W hat f( r'-*"
"That is a matter whichI concerns the
governmentt"
"I have an enemy. Ioubtless he has.
accused me. I desire that you should
make a thorough search, that 1 may
be vindicated and may punish him.
I will aid you."
"In any Vevent that wil do you no
harm."
"Hlere are my keys. I beg of you to
open every drawer, look in every c,'r-
Iletr."
Tilt' ticer took tihe keys anrd opened
everything that was locked. lIe hunt
ed t.'righ closets, desk. bookcases.
l1,o)h,. \i Weit about with himl. assisted
hti,, a'! often called his attention t,,
l'.w"t- that he hlad either overlo'keid
,r th:Ad mot yet reached. \Whei hi, !h i!
t.'.!,i the books from a case ;!
s :lie Ithem onllhol seized tol(, ()f Vtl,'
V-. t';'S;is and. turning oier the it 's,
to,.,k out a paper, hanid!.l it t'> t :-
Otlicer. The latter opened it. i;t:! (','l
over it and handed it haick to It'-
owner. Not a scrap of inicriinati!:gz
paper had been found, and the otf'er
was beginning to tire of the work
when Donhoff opened a drawer brim
full of papers.
"'Come." he said. "These t:Lst hr
looked over carefully. I don't wiih
you to go back to headquarters with|
out being able to vindicate tri en -
tirely."
He haudvd each aperr to the oiicer i
separately, (pening It and lnsi.thIIA ou
his reading it. The otflicer read a few. j
glanced at others, and when he hadi
finished the suspect opened another
drawer equally v\ ,uml'i.us. TLse of
fleer began to tire of the work, b,,t
Donhoif insisted on his ,!r-i! it th,,r r
oughly.
Tl hen lD ,,lh dtY lbc .;ti _'- "',' *:;' !T' .
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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-
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In cold, unassuming figures, here is our guarantee to every depositor regard-
less of the amount he may have in this bank.


Capital .
Surplus and Profits .
Stockholders Liability


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Total, $250,000.00


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This bank wants your business


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Branch of Volusia County Baaki


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B. CONRAD, Vice-President
N. CONRAD, Cashier


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The Board of Stewards of th-
Firsrt M. E. Church meet tonight

**Lost-Cover iron for automobile
Please return to l)aily News 2-4 ut

Mrs. Howard Y Siilmnan has beten
quite sick with ton.silitin the latter
part of last weelL

Rev. F. M. Ross tiha rturnt-d to h:,
home in Orlando after a vis:t with
his parents. Mr and Mr. .l I. R,..R-

*Sewing 11a> il;,'- I..r l n;.: b, \<', k
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Posilively JAN. 27 28 29


Stats .1

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F C. Gardner lht- ,.--k purchased
a half dozen or m',,e large pe-can
trees from th,- \adr,,n grove and
has set thet-m at h. Ila') on South
Ridgewood avenue

SELKS CARDS- i:t h the beautiful
embossed design, printed to your or-
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LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Bohannon drove
12:47 today; 1:28 tomorrow to DeLand this afternoon.

THE WEATHER. Miss Elizabeth Rist, Harry Thomp-
For Eastern Florida: Local rains son, and Mr. and Mrs. r,. F. Oates
tonight or Tuesday; light variable spent Sunday on a fishing trip down
winds, the river aboard the yacht Lucile.

Miss Mae Poun. after a several Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Potter and
Miss Mac Pounfl. after a several;,. a
Friend. Mrs. R. I. Rogers, arrived
days pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. i
...,, ., 'from Los Angeles, Cal.. Saturday;4
W. C. Smith, returned to her home from Los Angeles, Cal.. Saturday
night, and are guests at The Ridge-
at Jacksonville Saturday afternoon. ni d argueta
wood during their stay.
An old fashioned resident who can- M M .
t afford the luxury of an autom Mss May Milburn. of Po- Orange
not afford the luxu" of an automo- ^


bile suggests that those who drive
cars with empty seats should be fin-
ed, the riad to be applied to s:r't
rep.:,:.

Tnos, H. Whte wei.t up t ;u. ::
Saturday af:ern,;<, n t,- s,:,d S:-:i d:>
with his frteand, UI. J. White ar.d fi:i.
ily. Mrs. W hit. j,-,;;;eu ii:n; n Sin:udi-
ruorning and the. r .tur .. -: ,i
tnflig tra.;.

Miss Klvbs left for L'Coi.ca, U v
she ;s spending tne winter, S.Ld.y
afternoon. She uill be in I)ay,'-',a
(.iicnee or twice a week to meet her
appointments with her niusic clar.
She has a class also at Titus'.lle.

F. A. White, who had a fall fur :
a scaffold about ten days ago, vias
well enough to be up mn his room,
and is free of pain %%hen quiet, but
it will be sometime before he wi:l
be abL. to go about h:" usul a'-
cation.


MA.>s Maude F'. Mart.:, a ..: r :
Mrs. Er'lit.. BruIw!, ac-i.n.mpan. .d L;
J. it..M r'l'tt, arrive -d la-t. v e k--k f:x,- .
Nt- Rochellt-. N. Y and are ;.w"
\1 ". ar.d -Mrs. lr(An a at T" Ro_-edaic,
., :.: ;. h-.v y ',- vv*;:d .'*. :.. o th'- &.:a-


"I.;-- i ,ll ,,. .:.-, pa-'ty :;'i. Si-::hgjC-
i.v'ld, .ia-.-., .!'r:; .-d Ur F'r:da I night
:,:.d -. tak r' ; ,':i..-. ':U lt'idgev.ood
S*:. ., t' M. ii ;.-Oks. Mrs. A
i \V.,.l:, .M>. ;' Ii. 'Go ld and Mrl .
',. T S: .t a.,d dauhter.. They
->.1-d rr:'.\ N., Y t.-k uni th f Clyd
.' :t I .*<..i !- '-

.J-sTeph (),.borne returned Saturday
f.ght from Jacksonville, where, as
MaAter ouf Halifax Lodge, No. 61, F.
& A. M he had been attending dur-
.:ng the W-ek the session of the Ma-
.-urt. Grand Lodge of Florida. Mr.!
Osborne left Jacksonville in the morn-!
:ng but stropped over between trains!
dt Palatka. 1


C Z 1.e '.k3.) .;'-LI L.dL j JIU :- U L e'iULA4&
Saturday aft',rnocu a:.u:s :. guest
(-)f Mirand Mrs XV V 'rOf!

V~usi avene, u~h t'L a..*n-

ed c;~rat DL:4If.: askeE

11- turned h, nitj r:u' I a::n-(-)()n



T.F. llan c -.
-,rifu:rd by auto S ruvaten"
a~ ~:hisu~::.v V r u~t two
household pets "~NN :,-,Ia ratter-
:-iWr, 'Billikeils, and a bL-lac-k tabby.
fie left A-iq C. C. Hdnby. auto
c:ar fer Sanfurd trus:nuu-u

M~ssrE. KT. Ct .ra.I, Ge()argoIif.
Munroe, Maj, A. B. Fstran~d W. E. 4
Blodgett *%tent dlovun to Spruc:e Creek:
11:! f orerion ouik~i'n- -vter tMecause-
A xsrp nv 1 ercalstd 4
n t a.r e%*ora1 t fl 7'- a ula ~n he
xi- .~. V~ua tal'~ Z")jbl~


fntratctr VW. D. Bradsha-v, \Vl.y
.Mlelten and W.V S. Edwa'd- ',e:nt up
the river this r_, ani:. in .M"r. Brad-
shaw's launch. K-i-o, t.., l:;ak-.- 5-,e,
neceasarvy r'.,airl .n ti:..- S::-:h
Creek draw bridge They expe-t to
be gun st-' e:' al day.-, aud l i.'.l',ly all
be ":.':.- s, ..,ral days i'., .' i.-..'uiy ali


MArs Edth I. Du,,n -d 's .'
Uie Little arrived Sunda.y n:ght
fro.m: C'2dar Rapids, Ia., and a:e w.1t
Mr. and Mrs. F. L). Sp:inig, oun Ivvy
Lane lor the season. Mrs. D)urzn and
Miss Little spent the season two
years ago at this pleasant hoome,
and their only reason for not re-
turning last winter was that they
could not be accomnidated at the
Spring home.

A certain cIrcle of fr.x:-ds hav-e
been getting a good deal of sial


enjoyment out of weekly storm par-
Mrs. C. Hf. McKenzie and daughter, ties w:t% wh:ch they have been sur-
Miss McKenzie, of Cory. Pa arrived ,risi.- some, one of the.r number.
last week and stopped with Rev. Mrs Knox on Myrtle avenue, and
and Mrs. Ht H. Mallinson, at the par- Mrs FI-udlay, on Magnolia avenue '
s-nage for a few days. They take !t.- ptav .cn entertain-d and been
rooms on Second avenue at thee ate -i.ied ..ery pleasantly 'n h:-
Haeke,,r ho.ie today. Mrs. and Miss: .wa.. Ltnd th- c-.rl- a.r- ,-oa-n-- fI,,


\lv~-nn.. ik.- a pl-oiiant add-.t.on,j


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R LanLa. )h,.,. ar re u't a .- .tt
for the season. Prof. Harding hn ,s::-
t:l recently beei supervis:or of mua-
i:c -a the public schools of Lora:ri,
)h :, .

*FOR SAk--Nie mare and bug-
gy, suitable for draft or driving.
Qualities guaranteed. Apply to Ga-
zette-News office d24-mws

Mrs. K'izberly and her mother. Mras.
Hall, who has been w:th Mrs. Carr-e
Haecker on Second avenue, for the
past three weeks, departed this morn-
:*,g ;u the-r autouobile, to coat.hufle
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Bicyc:e Repair work.

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