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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 25, 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: VID00413
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^5^^lwT Evani Except Sunday During Teo mber. January. February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida. NE AND
S ,r E s,, Fs' and Marc t Pt t,,TELEGRAPtIC WS BT- UNITE,,D PRESS. 2
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DAYTONA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1910


15 Cents per Week


Souvenir
- away
Mdsat

MUL


T. E. Fitzgerald E. F. Oat-s
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Mp]'ctll Favcllitiei for E-.\nnI ing
and P.-riecting iIand Titlte-
Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone 12


NEVILLE H. CLARK


NEVILLE H. CLARK
OPTOMETRIST.


EYES k-FRAMES FITTED
EYES I l2b1lP-D-FRAMES FITTED


mICATION OF


LAWYER BY ANOTHER.


Uses ANTHER BIG ERROR BY


DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE.


ALLOWS PAYMENT OF POLL TAX-


OF


GRACE KEL-
ON OF SCATH.


AND BIT.


ltion as one
'tdrom the lips
,OtB county was ad-
pJS Isaac A. Stew-
Ow D. Landis in
Coot at D-Land
i o two instances it
',tt be "pistols and

the hearing upon
O Mary J. Scoville
Withhold letters
baac A. Stewart
f, at estate of Ann
Wo died in Daytona
The petition also
I tewart be compel-
the property in his
S.fcor~e.
d Mrs. Scoville, a
the decease of
trust deeds to
m eOet of their
l Oartain uses. Miss
$Ww time executed
having all of her
eae small bequest,
p nominated Mrs.
Jo* Stewart joint ex-
U-s from the trust
$,Hmk, that the prop-
0 to ded back to her
.., INOv the trust deed
S Ke.Uogg. that the
|M was to go to Mrs
S4eoatth of the for-

1a biqation and tes-
; U she demand-
tmlM Judge Stew-
lu to turn it over.
a behalf, then
wft prayers as a-
E. I BStewart filed
I ON* tM petition, but
* veTrruMed. He then


ft the petition set-
*lw thing, that he
soMi t at law of
N costemst the s ill
adthat Mrs Sco-
e financially and
BI i we that the estate
"GOcording to law.
tE tlamomy commenced
pand it was d(r-
pi-ryof Mrs. Sco ilt'
|aof the motitln i'ri'
f Ut words en-d.uet' -t


ES TEN DAYS


BEFORE


PRI-


MARY.


The State democratic Cojiiniitttte,
which met in Jacksonville, besides
failing to include candidates for
United States Senator, made anoth-
er very serious mistake and the (.all
is by no means in harmony with the
laws of the State.
In the official call the qualifi.atiois
of the candidates and voters. art,
specified as follows:
"Those and only those persons shall


be permitted to become candidates
before or to vote at or participate ini
the management of any primary ele.-
tion held by the Democratic party in
Florida who are white Demiocrati c
electors, who declare their adheralict''
to the principles and organization (tI
the Democratic party-fnational, Suittle
or county-who are bty the laws ()f thi
State lawful electors (of thr dilirilt
In which they otf I'r ,to Voti txlk,
Shave paid their p 1ll taxts l-gally
due not less thni t ten (lia. s tI'
such primary electionl is h llt. alid
-. ho shall wht-n clallc.ngt-d Iby nti
elector, pledge i x "nI 111 upo( in .tl it
before an iniSplecttor, his honoi)r to
aibide by and support the results of
"ich lpri'liar\ a1Ad tilt' fr t!",' i- ,lli.
lilies theicol.-
The abo\t is a dir-,t isolation o
the law, as it allows the \ol.-er. piY
ing poll taxes teni tild \s before tlhe it-
mary to participate.
The last session (of the Letgislatlurc
passed an amendment to the prilmarl)
law which reads:
"That where the payment otf p )ll
tax is necessary for qualification for
primaries, that such poll tax shall
lie paid not later than the second Sat-
urday In the month preceding the
month in which such primary is
held."
The cause of this error, like the er-
ror in omitting the candidates for
Senator, is the result (if copying the1
wording of calls issued before the pas
sage of the abote la, .


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*-For Rent," 'Furnished Room&,"
'or Hire" and "Table Board' 'pta-
rds at the Daily News office, tf


MEN OF FINANCE ASkI


FOR QUARtER ON lSlichS.


HiNT THAT TAFT


"Oh!


You Kid"


And all the latest Columbia Phonograph Records


are to be found in our store.


Come


in and


we


will play any you desire to hear.


Gruber-M0orris Hardware Company
"i you dtnt trad?! w.t.h us we Loth lose jn' ."


THOMAS F. \VALSII. MINING


KING.


WHO IS ILL IN WASHlINGT('


The sudden and critIcal Illness of Thomas Fi. Walsh, the ('olorado miB1nh
king, at Washington caused general alarin in financial cirvtlea, for Mr. %V'alstfts
Interests are wolrldwidje. Several enilnecnt joiysit-laus Vv.ere called frum M Nw
York and held a consultation after ext Limling 1the jpatlent It WAS Itkt'tlgfj
at first that an ope'ratio4n iight henwe-ry Thowads F.Waisl sh oniet. o
the we~it~thlest of Ainerican minte tow 'u-ri .1111(thas ex tenisiI e M%1It .St lile!) I [If
A4frica as well 11as In the mitnilug regn ii*.w f he Hmteil S~ratir-lie xxwi.'!
In Ireland IP lI'sl and earne to ibiS %%h~- x et Ii.h-' %%A'4 Iete. el
in Lrad %tle lie[o was ati e'ter iin,)d! i, '"I4r -;*r4.r.~4t 1.*-xi'A!
later carried th, farniouti (4 81144 B~rki 4:..,- rt4 ql1i'eiss


TO PIANT EIUCAIIPITS


TRUIS IIN


M 0 'S P PNT"[11)I


S~ ~l ( it'


BLEACHED FLOUR CASE


UP FOR TRIAL iODAY.


.LARGE SECTION OF THE PUBLIC
AWAITS WITH INTEREST THIS
PURE FOOD CONTROVERSY.
NEW ORLEANS. Jan.7.\large
sect :eu ef, tho public will axx ait with.
~';t~rsttho finial decision n a c a s-
'.x ~ u hc.cue fo:' rng lo4'rre
~ "'I ~ntile Ftcdera I(,iut bI a


j)V~~ 1Ix~ ~th "caloi tdbleaIC!hed



t~i- I cpatu~I~tci .-z~cuture,
Sk i g t %to ico t' th

l sa hard tight is cx i~deniced by tile:
ri. t ~ititias uniployted Ske\ eaL1
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I IAREWLL SESSION Of THE


CITY COUNCIL QUIET AFFAIR.

BUDGET FIXED FOR THE ENSU-
ING YEAR-BOARD OF PUBLIC
WORKS MAKES A REPORT ON


THE WATERWORKS.


Man17,1'looked fo' a' 2%s~a
the fn~i lllltneeti'ni4 Of e(""Y toUnCil


Is 11;s!


It Clis u~:.d(at Al,


ktl.ing but hl:. .:v it1i n
st'l-1. Tht2 little Aid-rrnma% Liw'.yer ob
jt 4ct'4 to) app ro%' i..- tilt, In H'ltl, Of
_he SSo x s -. :x rii rt 'f- re nce
L the fire dprne: I it, sa -I Day-

(,:"t on ii,' at ocat ''i Scale-

'.~ utx~o'ld lit' cjiI fr fire
:-.~~~~o~ ~ 0 :' or*rt'- U'~at:~It

N i::1- Il-; uspot""t t~ S fIcr tax rebates
cA~': (11,14 fDO I I g k2)n I ho les and a

x'o:lrud aud Osborne -ap)oiflted to
It'.ktlthe e401!i1pLtiTIt-S a11d ~~k-rec-

'ihe tfoIiew!ig k; as lre64eiate(I ai tlit:
4" t h t? k, Il I s tI I 1 4 &'d ad-

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N 1,1.%o 's --;tla'try 1i

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lLor the~rsrI t (, f tth,- xx'air'r~

ihe ."I-'' rt :1!:14')-OL(O, t'd the z'-'ceipt,
of$1! :~ from 'Aater i'f-ft 4, meter
rnt-vts. t ap 1)1 ug f ut :3a ti L all ot h r

i bi ( ct ait- 1 d brie tJi- ud, turt iD .-

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M -CItNI FARE LIM


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W. H. WRIGHT ...
Painting "
Paper Hanging
Decorating
216 MAGNOLIA AVENUE


* S.


RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
iTw)mpltton t6 Treat You Right.
I. 's B.- Your JOWEl&rs.
LH. ROWE & CO.


to


i THE WILL


DR. C. DeW. AKE

M Dentist
Office Hours--A:.a to 4:30
Office, South Beach Street, Oppo-
site City HalL


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GEO. WRAY



IIAYER rLiXW


CwCaetT~mw


ICE CREAM

MILLS' ^^e





| BIG BARGAINS I
SMen's Winter Suits at :
HAF RICE 0_

V. H.PEK. PEE.Bs,. "
0
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LING WAH
CHINESE LAUNDRY
214 BACH STRKKT. DAYTONA. FLORIDA.
Driss hilrts 125 N igbht Shirts
Whitt Shirt,. I'% Wool*-n Rhirts i1
Chbeca hirt ud,.r-hlrts -
New Fhi rt-. ..... l Prwer ......
Bhirt collar it. ':; 6(w k-. per pair :r
Colhr- or (uffr _2t Handkerchltfs 3
Alto Iiid,'- (Clothi-- iit corr,-.-pondlnf prict-,.

1n0UO U@s O UOmesoe@someNO@*U*me
I QUIGGS' BAKERY

S PRODUCERS OF THE o
* PERFECTION OF
S BAKERY GOODS.



0'
S AVE fO1NEY by cal'lnli at th,'
W )OM AN' ART :X('1H.AN * Beach St. BRautifula Munve.nir-.Brld&;,
* Whist. 3-u couzit-r, tuid priz.-,. A 0
S rt-tit reduction I n prlec.-itll this w,-'k. U
SEvcrvytlitn forftiuicywtork. Thv ntot U
I beutiful lint of ta'.d ut. l ehaiunl i 9
L Lhiyt(ona.



me 093oo"osn 0
| MAC'S BREAD :e
THE REAL STUFF

a MAC'S CAFE
* THE REAL THING
Uo 0
SB--oiomo*omomomomo*omomom

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TOMOKA RIVER and:e
NEW SMYRNA
on Steamers
UNCLE SAM and CHEROKEE
l* tr ,-l F',-t, -0- iiil }'\U'"-i'It S.- -
L 1. F. ELLEN\%'l(n ol <1. M g r.

U*-*********

S"T A .TI3 FOUR CYCLE*
L L_-"AD AMarine Engines0
SH. C Thompson, Agent m
hl-i i(iun trtliitjt eingint- can tw w 1 iat
Sany tllin '. lho,- Y2.



S E. T. PITCHER
I HAVANA CIGARS
North Beach St., Daytona, Fla. 0
2 CALL FOR MY CIGARS
Clear Havana Smokers 5c.
So0o
*uomomSEmommomomomomomomom

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SJACOB ESPEDAHL u
C contractor and Builder w
Dc,:;i and C'ratsmuan 0
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SGOSCAR MICHAEL
UcONTiN-A^ 1C1"R


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GOOD MEAT U0^


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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
ans,,wer whether this is not one of
the sve-n modern wonders.
The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.
Where think you is water v ith tinore
jpir.: i<. -1,' ,i suriouindini s? Nearly a:
.Ie v." f:'. l .n wd with1 tropic l e ,e-
t.U .,: ,. .-' tOtta2.tes with r)toIiY
? .4.o:lI.. 1 o l -1, 1At 10p11o hter boot't .
'., :: ." it d [' i .-C.'illltlttSS 111 ulL1 -
b ;.- .. :.. r :' i:., as L- weCre, tk tl. ,.ith rod a:d :'t.I her bosotn fleck-
el \iiii dr.ik and coot and snowy-
Swinded sea birds, which sit about as
if for tili- sport of bobbing upon the
I Vavs, watch that lubberly old
v\hite h'eadl' d pelican pouch a fat
mullet, and that fish hawk struggliiig
1up',vard with lh:s flou1idt.ri:i!L load he
satciL'led from the \\ att'r.
* See, tthe beautiful lIulche-, s[ 'ek
, a.- jpaill, t'.;'.': hakimiI,'rs. ard lo lkers
'~\ l..i'il^ I~ti rkfrshmentl1s boWt solid,
i ;;d 'iii r .i;y for J l-ls po'i ti)




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I JOHN M. SHEELEY i
9 A Specialty of .
Interior Decorating.
* Orders May Be Left at Rowes
i Jewelry Store.


AUTO OWNERS, ATTENTION-
We are about to t-njoy Pnot her rie iin
Rubber. DI)ont you think it will pay ,ou
now to lInvestigate th- in,-rity of Vulcnnitz-
In. VWithprop#r .ork \voti **.t on-third
tiM ro r i!ea.it.---i. ultt' ,u 1 It in ;t th- pr-.' ,nt
tlino. Prnactlcal work dion" at THE VI-.-
CANIZFRH*, r c( i rt cor.
FISK TIRES for FLORIDA ROADS

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


See


Dunn Bros.


25c Window.


Dr.


Jno. A. Van Valzah, Ph. G.
S.- '.a i '


No'se, Throat, Lungs and RhumnatiSim treateJ
by the Electro-Thermos-Vibratory Method.
1 a'- -. ,.:!- *, l fT' "1 \ \


superficial observer. With such lav-
, ish wealth of natural beauty it be-
came an easy thing for the hand of
man to give the finishing touches
which have wrought out the colors
and outlines of the big picture.
Man did all this in the laying out
of the streets with their wide margin-
of parkage. The entire city becomes
a great park, with driveways inter-
secting. miles upon miles of drive-
ways so govu as to attract motorists
from all over the continents.
And as for the? pavemnrts, pv.-
:neiiets that lonk ardl act like t rant!,- ,
,-.a y-'ls. between t! e .-5I-'' -
i: w e- Ster, *i a ^ :I L. :. [a ...
Il d -rf 'l ) 1 t' o i ir ii t t
; 'i :;'" ;l[ t[ [- ie- .<';i srti:,d I '. *i-'-"
A :'.'L a k4 ']"' 1a rt" a s-a '- i..l

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[.,- *t t',re -a ,1 ,. -. n l;.-: -ra:;', ?.;,--^ t,) T .-t.
.; '-,"-a.


Squr 'cis. F: e'ers. irds a-.d Frut.
i. .LI\ r e, .' -' 'a .. "
;,.. ^ i ," .;ii I _,,-. o '* '* "- -\il t'
.,,:,, r'.':'.' b" ti.' 'LiL'y tiU -II..s, [ite ni r"
;:" :lt;l "I t-1 "'ri,'>W f'!'i ":.,. S -,iu i [rret .,
thatdts ard fi, tst V' .l :,'d a t:hris
that is refi'I ted v: l ud- a1i;v i ;


and p rcked ears.
For 0everyv \isitor 1 .. Q
ber Q re is a Winb v:Y. .'-
and ...c--t' 'Ir Oft K'
uprigh't 1111d k MAW-. AK-'
ca-tLU' L: K \, SM! a-. -

I f iat ,A:ill:-
V 'io 1 ,.


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


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The Enchantingly Picturesque Ricige-'
wood.

flesan te id pradngbrnces:DR. F. H. HOUGHTON
of a broad rndgu,, straight as the #,-I

of the heavy-truilked live oaksLoxntist
tend their giant artus across the uiag- 2 W i't Eid sot h n kbrL~ok 0

frw)~n these extended arits great fes-
Lw'~s of splaiii~h imo.s S way ias til oes mmmmmmoe es
trade wii::ds from the tropic sei2s OSTEOPATHY 0
~ 1uuirg sragh ait~ ia0 DR-J. C. Herman0
4 rr~L1,'kt-under I.T stll, f(.u1)d~r o,
NINF'I'H MEAP40IN IN IDAXUN '-
til I ItIuI ires., onit ft1,1fa iry plat I i ith Itcst-d on Voiusta Avo. siu 2 doos'
a>a d ralw jk i'*i 10 t iaz~ (i I i.t ''of Wiit ih St.. toj4.(iIt '1 ii ( GaWit
4 io e Phtii, 44,l L d at idti


1,at
1 .. I U E. L. STEWART
.,,C r 3 Phsician anJ Suriee n
F'tV Mld '11101 "


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'a.~ ii J"t~) (l.a C~i.a-~.-.-.-- -


demn in a jutg e uf U t ......
iS the spice oC I L'.. .
you find it.
The birds flit lu. .i i,
joyous notes help tI' gI'
aud symmetry to th-, pic.turt-


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As tor fruiLs. f:cu. C a ...S t ..a.
)Daytona yels thy' ," ..:i :.-' aua- ['.r
quality and quAuitity p.er Ucr ItT
are scores U. cl; ru -%',e5- s p:'put


THE
PRINCESS

ISSENA


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L. Z. BURDICK
COJNTR ACTOR~
and BULDLLER



Scabrocz~e. -F.lorlda


the earth xWith thcvr bIFdS


luscious golden glot)be, Lhvh :>)r
beauty, proflicacv and all dL,-si-' ,t.
qualities would truly u.-,oniisi yuu
The Fastest Autos and The F-'-,at
Out.

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FITZGERAL D
&ATES

OATES


LAWYERS!
S Daytona, F!a


SI\


The'.'a ~t> ~:a tnspeedv"

:~i Cln::. c.v. '' chare abo
.. :c':t>iu': ::.~~. Very tj"



-ich partidmia
a- u'-: -r .ir building
L;r- 'Ca-,V. ~ ~ prevm


~ Ic e .aar.v soft bem
--- :c I C-UUd pat;2,ettle doia
1U1*0A eetAlIMO' .1is hard as I
ital. Lbeyond the cornprehensics d
one .vhub as not sen It. Repsaniu
unueceisar-y, as twice each 24UR
it is entirely rebuilt by the tid&
The beach has width ot 300 to 30
feet, a-nd can be. uscd from two ho
after unatil tw o h ou rs be i.re high tidk
thui )ivluj au ivcra~e of seven W
elI~ht houri for a:u-oing m
part -'f Cach 1iia .
Sea'.,rceze a IDA Beach C~h
Have a peLaaa: 1 ;aton of ap.

T1 ti 7,a-'-VtC ittk> a:,Strefts
-a-Acvva'-. : v..kept, and


-. I oardingC
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EABREEZE and DRi
S BACH, two ent
progressive towns om
fax Peninsula, are geogra
although incorporated as 8
municipalities. The towl
the peninsula north and sofi
distance of from three and
to four miles, and extend
west from the surdina sm
Atlantic Ocean to the Halifa m
the beautiful tide-water
sets them apart from DayIM
which they have close
by means of three bridges, as
a half-hour ferry service. .
Seabreeze and Daytona
Essentially summer and wi f
sorts and are making h
Snew friends every year ama q
who desire to escape the da
inm extremes of heat and co l
their hotels and boarding
are now receiving splendid
a3,e from the most di-.^
:liss of tourists. "
The mrnean avera.e temperat4
decrees :i th:e u.mr.mer and 70.f
in the winter. -4,11a In oCC
t:tri rise or drcr o' : a :ew days'!
o.-tc marks thi -is .e of the
!,cal'h~ul Ieca;::',-s i:: any Section
the cou:trv, LcrQh. as:, south or
The, oceaLi '.el:, ,vth its
bt:ach, hard as acradam aand
as a t.oor. i the '-eate t a
although earth and a:r and sky S-m
tc have entered nt? a comr
to enhance ii every charm T
beach is the : IonUs automobiles
course where every world's st
away record has been made, and a
thecse records it c'ur.nes to
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BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS


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THE DAYFONA ILY NEWS


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/"-CAVE
ff Oytooa, Florida
Manufacturer of..


flavan Smokers)
SOmly frt" Q ZeNy Wa w" I



NA 10 Cent Qua~ty^
for a can


W.SSwE NEW SMYRNA


SKTYdA a atituated fifteea!
sea of Dloma aid i san
qst remasd f u Dstest by
^Hi1a-d -faoe lrad winng through
at h mint ptuque parts of

V MVi its -,iw t ruins dating back
tize when the history of man
Snot, interlaced with wires of
|oern telegraph and telephone,
of shell streets as hard and
a M- a floor and over-arched by
Saforest giants that grew in state-
ly gr-adeur during the lapse of by-
centuries, New Smyrna is truly
a* pla of romance and rest.
An A ature here is very inviting to
tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
e ias to be found the best fishing and
hbatifg in the State of Florida.
MTh people are thrifty, the busi-
m ma- enterprising, and all unite
i "wI.f4ing the welcome hand of
sptality to strangers. There are
fwe church edifices for white people
a an equal number for the colored
Mpteios; the town has an vioellent
Sschdool a splendid public lib-
mry, attd up-to-date business houses.
Thee are any number of pretty
--ms for the permanent population
m*f numbers close to 2,000, and
very fine winter residences.
U m an good hotels and boarding
hIms where you can find accomo-
4nm to meet your r"quii-weats.
djoning New Smyrna is as fine a
Ms ae of vegetable land as can be
Immd anywhere. This land has
ui- divided into small farms which
sa be bought at reasonable prices
Soe of the finest celery grown in
S State is raised on this land. All
*ftr vegetables grow in abundance.
md here, too, is the home of the fam-
t Indian River oranges.
New Smyrna has no bonded in-
dsnesl and the tax levy is low.
A point that no tourist should fail
to visit is the ruins of the Old Span-
i Mission which stand somber and
a. about one and a quarter miles
as thwest of New Smprna. A good
read leads to the place and the trip
can be easily made by an automobile.
Silet, in the great pine flats by the
Stai of the forest, is this place of
aUng. for the pious; this ren-
Wvoim for the picnimk. The ruins
m tnsive, and while there is no
a histry Of their origin, it
i raamsd that the Missio was
tM by the Ptm aim in a the days
H- a kh -at powt. m Kingdom of

Saw iAmsiaB saiL It was built
ef .isqu., the raof being of the
I mswrial, cut into thin slabs
mis eaeu with eanet plaster.
J iave gardens surrouded it,
whach were celosed by a stone
i-, portions of which still remain.
Wimilass usually come is parties
matry aad curious but the spell of
* the place soon falls upon them and
they sparate to sit alone, silent and
BMdItative, under the arches or be-
side the ancient well.


CORONADO
Sis situated on the peninsula oppostte
I New Smyrna and is connected by a
good road and bridge over the deep


I
ORO Di~TEHL A


THE

OCEAN HOUSE
F. W. SAMS
PROPRIETOR

Rates:
$3.00 per Day
Special per
Week
Excellent Hunting
and Fishing
NEW 1MYRNA
FLORIDA


HOTEL

TURNIBULL
NEW SMYRNA
FLORIDA
A House Strictly
First Class in
Every Respect
Dinners for Motor-
ing Parties a
1pectalty
Rates: $2.00 per
Day and Up
BENNETT and
HODGES
PROPRIETORS

M.A&
6AL811ATO
High Grade
Men's Outfitter
NEW RMYRNA
FLORIDA


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


L C. CHISHOLM
Tonsorial Parlor
Oldest stand In town
NEW 8MYRA, FLA.
Moles and Warts
Removed Without
Pain
SANITARY BATH8

PURZ

ICE CREAM
Cosfections
Cold diaks

The B- of tv.ry-
thina In Oar Line


RIZY'S


New Smyraa
Is the Place


ROSE VILLA
MRS. nl. MOILLER
Proprlt rtss
Meal for Tr'rnnsients
a Fpeclnlty
NX" V'YRNAN
F'i.o'v!{ I "'A


ASK
ME


IDrop a line to me at
I ORMOND





I'm just going to
qit h'rr und fish and
ent Orangis this
winter. Ther" rr-
soine good c'.nip
grounds n-ar nltn,-.
Oon m afnd pitch your
t,*nt on one rvind* .oin
m' on th !o,."
LONE F 'T-"..RMA'


ROSE VILLA
Plons ntl Iv lo....i.-d
on (4r;r. inrid.c. Av .
ORMOND, FIA.
Frank M.ason, Prop.
Rates: V.'10 pnd M2W
p,'r diy; S *.I to
$15.(XI per week


JAS. CARNELL
ORMTOND, FLA.
Manut- cturer of
Pure Home-Made

GUAVA JELLY
MARMALADES AND
TROPICAL
PRESERVES
Special Attention to
Family Orders
*IOICrT AWAM ATI
Pann-American Ex-
posit ion-Buffalo
W%t India Exposi-
t ion--Charleston
louislana Purchase
E x i position, St. Louis


E. C. TOTMAN
()HMi(ONI), FLA.
Fine Groceries
Vegetables Fruits
t K..t fnd STioked
M EATS


MOUNDlIGROVE
ORANGES
and
Grapefruit -
Best Grown
;rov- on t. Aungus-
tin Aulonmobilh
Ro'd 14) M1ls
North of
HOTEL ORMOND
Beed, Knox and
Beed Company
BI" I,

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 church, a fine public library,
up-to-date places of business and
comfortable and convenient hotels
and boarding houses.
Ormond has many of the Florida
attractions-fine fruit, good fishing,
excellent automobiling, safe boating,
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 ;
Sthe broad Atlantic.
The walks in all directions are
particularly attractive, and the ar-
Sbors, shady and inviting spots and
Romantic nooks are crowded with
rustic scats 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
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 theta
Hotel Ormond. Here you see a fine
orange grove, together with great va- I
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.
OTTAES AN I ROOMS TO LET-
II Al Furnished; Modern Im-
COT provoeinnts; on Rivor
Front or Rldo Rtreetq. Rents RePtonablo.
jWrite to W. F. CO LBY at Ormond.


CALL ON
OR WRITE TO

MACON

THORNTON
ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAY
INTERESTED
IN PROPERTY IN
ORMO)ND OR
ORMOND BEACH
Ho Will Give Your
Bu lII'ss Prompt
Attntloni


MILDRED LODGE
iFornirly .M i h r,.l
VI flu i
O i ll!' Rt
011 n v',,r r ixr'lt
oNRMON I, FLA.
A First Class Mod-'
ern House; Rooms
Single or En Suite,
with or without .
Private Bath. Ser-l
vice and Cuisine
Unexcelled......
A. M. WATSON
Propr.


COOK'S GROVE

On the Ormond
Road Half Mile
South 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. No
Comment is Really
Necessary.


I PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE


PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY
kInc.)
OWNFR of the BEST
River Front
PI)PERTY
1% I 'OT ORANGE,
l' ine Track Lauds
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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 bridtc from the town
to the peninsula opposite.
The town is well Liad out and has
mayiv pretty 1 ot -t i',ned and occu-
pied by residents ..i,' x inter tourists..
it h.t. scvcrsl c.. : es, oun of the
:^t ir.ided s.. ,- iI Volun-i.t
C.'uhitv, tvwo k il stores, a re.li


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threee hoth


PORT ORANGE

BEACH
Lots for Sale.
Liberal Ttrms
Allowed for
IMPROVE "NI S
Ocean or Rivcr
FISI'ING
< i ,

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K DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA


SVOLUSIA
COUNTY
BANK
DILAND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

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


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


I. W. PERKINS

Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law


Will Practice In
State and
Federal
Courts

DKLAND, FLA.


W. D. HAYNES
Grocer
DELAND, FLA.

"We 8 ak for
Vour Trade."


LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Practicing In aill
State and Federal
0otrts
Special facilities for
investigating and
perfecting titles
Dr)LAND, FLA.


STEWART & BLY
Isaae A. Ste'wart
Xgford Bly
Mary stewart
Attorneys at Law
and Notaries Public
PDRIND. FLA.


"FOUNTAIN'S"
DaLAND, FLA.

Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


For Florida
FARMS
(i ROVEES
"IMBEIR or

I AM)


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DELAND, the county seat of
Volusia County,1
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 Ri
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-
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-goinga 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
lerry near Osteen and cars can then
continue to Saniord and Orlando by
hard road. There 1s a shell road
irotn leLaud to Orange City, five'
t"lc's. and a o'd road from DeLad
t, Lake Hcle:l, ,, l.ke distance.


8ONSO SANDSTONE BRICK COO


iDr ih Pr,&


STETSON

UNIVERSITY
DULAN D. FLA.
Four Collegee and A
Technical I Schooi.
Equipment cost-
Ina nearly t400
Endowment =,Ot
Faculty of 4 Pro-
fssors and In-
structors. Christian,
but uon-Wectarlan
Fo Taching.
For Information,
add rtss:
Lincoln Hulley,
Ph. I0.. Litt. D.,
L. D.
President


BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY
Manufacturers of
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
Agents:
Masnry's Pntnts
Parold Roofing
Whitehall Cement
El DIorado Plaster
Georgia Clay Brick
Bond Sand Brick
DLIAND. WI.A.


ALLEN'S
N,.xt to Po.toffle,
DRUGGISTS
JEWELERS
iPKLANI. ,FLA.


A. H. WOODALL
The
Leading
GROCER
DLT.FN T), FLA.

J. A.
ERICKSON
& Co.
Largest Stock of
Pianoe Organs and
Sewing Machines
Aeuth of Jac'onvillo
DnaLAND), FLA.

Florida Wagon
Works and
Machine Shops
SCYrT HODGKINS
Proprietor
DxLAND. FLA.
Manu faeturrr of
Rnprgtg1s and Rurro"y


SILAS
B.
WRIGHT
INSLRANCK
AGENCY
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to*b atUll 3!ITANTEL AIMES NISPLACE3T4

CL Coiw^b~-NI ADMIRAL SIR ARTHUR KNVET A *> a mi^
.is-a -" '. -T -b- c "l ie- D I nI.ot give it to her if he AA
3W ". at -He t- l-Do WILSON ABLEST NAVAL X
; A AM--E ---ON.--- IB~ 1Dr. C. C. Bohannon and Rev. A.J. PERT IN THE BRITISH NAVY. r
ffiVTONA9__ __ GULF DE16PPETINTH!BIIS NV
A. OAYTN, A MON,..,- ---- .------WtldI of iytona, took the stand rT
-AV AT..RNOON. witem f tor Mr.. Scoville. Dr. LONDON, Jan. 25-Pursuant to thei
Am" .M.M.. .f,,L.nBor on testified that he went to official announcement made at the be- T '
b--' a3b-- A. thb----- O- d with Mrs. Sio ovilel when she ginning of the year, Sir John Fisher, e PAIIe nA I D P
p, wi, o by L A. IIRub- f l demanded the property of Judge Ste- or Lord Thetford, as he has become A KIIIM 4) D. VI
%w.a s. Oft City o,,, adtf ]R tea wart. He also testified that Miss since his elevation to the poge o ,
opting a log ad m Kelogg said to him before she died today retired from the office of
g trip from Traverse City, r that she wanted Mrs. Scoville to, First Sea Lord of the British Navy.
la T "II llk have all the property covered by the He is succeeded by Admiral Sir Ar-
t par ty mnaklng the trip consist- trust deed immediately upon her thur Knyvet Wilson, who has the rep- m....aing OeutU@U
o Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Hubbard,4 By EDWIN A..NYB. death. Rev. A. J. Wilder testified utation of being the ablest expert on
.ll- Um. J. J. McKenzie and I- substantially to the same statement gunnery, strategy and tactics in the Property o1 the
-hibr, -Il Rome, and Mr. and, RIR=! TIREI FIREl made to him by Miss Kellogg, adding British Navy.
Mi k M)cNeely, although Mrs. Rev. George Houghton, an eastern that she was afraid Mrs. Scoville The new First Sea Lord has had T T
S--ll A d not complete the trip Sociologist. guay: would have trouble about the proper- a long and distinguished career. Like. I L
t a b t missed seeing the Amerkn men and women today y his predecessor he was graduate n
7 y F oimdab stoping hire their wives and busbnnd, am they ty. his predecessor he as graduated
effat Jck &leI F worida by stopping hire their carriages and horses. The taking of the testimony was the torpedo school, and he is the in-_
Sat Jatckonville, where Mr. Me- -Therefore." he says, "when they then continued until eleven o'clock ventor of several appliances connect- CETE OF
NOWy iecta to Join her after an are not suited they proceed to hire dif- this morning to enable the respon- ed with the use of torpedoes. In the RIV3 FRO0
etarin of the St. Cloud district- ferent ones." It i very simple. The dent to get witnesses from this vicin- course of his. long career he has a 5-S
Party left Traverse City about motto of the modern lassie I: ity. achieved about all the honors and dec-
Hrflmt. but not more than Hire: Tire! Fre' Today Judge Stewart occupied the orations that can be hoped for by a
-k 9 time, Mr. Hnbbatrd says e assies first hire their mate. a e- witness stand. While his answer set British naval officer. Besides having GOOD w
S made frequent and often quite lthey tire of them they .fire them. up a previous trust deed which pro- the Victoria cross, a decoration giv-
w adeIt frequent and often quite all depends vided that he was to hold the prop- en usually for signal bravery, in bat- J S. Stanley or NORM
They found the roads In certain circles of American life erty in trust during the life time of tie, he is grand Commander of the
gmpratively good from Northern In- the statement may be true. In those Mrs. Scoville. He has admitted Victorian Order. He got his C. B. *
ama to Macon Ga., Mr. Hubkard circles an heiress is often put on the this morning that the last trust deed in 1897 and was made a Knight Com-
-bay the Florida roads are very much auction block and sold to the highest is the proper one and that his reason! sander of the Bath five years later RA T TO
better than those in Southern Georgia bidder. Some are bartered outright for holding the property is merely to and a Grand Commander in 1906. T
They entered Kentucky at Louisvilll for a foreign title. CONFER WITH HUGI
13yetre etck tLuivl orafrig il.protect himself from liability in case Sir Arthur was born in 1842 adCNE IHHG
ad kept a course west of the moun- There being no ethics in such a billpo tet himselror
ta, finding the roads pretty rough, of sale. the buyer should be privileged of a contest by the heirs. gained his first experience as a figh-' NEW YORK, Jan. 25-Mrs. Maci
Wu nmore than compensated for by to sell his property again when he The petitioner is endeavoring to ter in the Crimean War, when he president of the Equal Suffage S
M more than compensatedtires of it. There is no moral obllga- show that he is mismanaging the es- served off Sabastopol as a twelve-
woelnet roads this route gave them tion In the transfer. tate and that it should be turned over year-old midshipman. He took part ety, has gone to Albany for a con
through Tennessee. They stopped at But- !to her as co-executor. This after- in the storming of the Taku forts ence with Gov .Hughes tay.
*Mabmmouth Cave, Ky.. and explored if this sociologist pretends to say noon will probably conclude the tes-'in China and served in the Egyptian will discuss the suffrage quesi
t celebrated subteranean wonder that outside a small set In high life timony campaign of 1882 and in the Sudan'with the governor by special app
lIe, and a set In low life these things are c o 188. m t.
2 Treir route carried them by way of sbhe does uot know what be is talk- DISCUSS IMPORTANT Inthe battle of El Tebon the Red
h hvflle. Teun.., Huntsville. Ala., At- lug about. .
ien Millions of happy home. disprove It. BUSINESS TOPICS.I Sea coast Sir Arthur, then a
Naom, on.,, Crowing The fact of the matter is this: A dl-Ji
9 It. Johns river at in ser TWASHINGTON, Jan. 25- Repreen captain, won the Victoria Cross. It HEARING IN THE
ce Is news." The fact that tens was at a critical moment when acor- TWOCENT FARE L
uy and then Into Florida; following of thousands are living happily togeth- ties (f nearly .wo -ore ot ,- .m ner of the British square had been NASHVILLE Tenn., Jan 25-Ai
O at Coast route from Jackson- er is not news. cial bodies throughout the country as- torn asunder by a furious onslaught of Tenn
vU to St. Augustine and Daytona. We read of the divorces. We do not sembled at the New Willard Hotel the fanatical Dervishes and through a beun before the ena
1M party carried with them nec- read of the contented homes, today for the opening of the annual the gap the way seemed open for supreme court today on appeal of
mary camp equipage and slept in Marriage In America is held as a meeting of the National Board of them to pour in and turn the battle can C. Cooper and Robin J. Cool
m Cars, thus being entirely inde- Mcred obligation. Millions regard it Trade. President Frank T. LaTAnne in to absolute route. Wilson sprang who were sentenced to twenty ye
lt of hotel .tccommodationsa a holy sacrament. The home Is the called the gathering to order and into absolute route Wilson spr
place of mutual sacrifice and affection, called the gathering to order and ill nto the breach and single handed in the penitentiary for the murder
the way. 'That Is the rule.The hire-tire -re side over the three days' session as he was, lay about him with his former United States Senator Ew
C u Q g solid tires saved ort are the exceptions. Numerous matters now before Con- absolutely held the Carack n this cty on N
otaeteecpin.sword and absolutely held the enem( amci hi iy nNv
tsm an trouble from punctures and There is too much of this talk about gress are scheduled for considera- in check until some of the soldiers '1908.
hy bad very few other mishaps, the failure of marriage. It is untrue tion at the meeting. Resolutions favor rushed to his assistance..
Bmot of them being matters which' to begin with. It creates a false Is- ing the merchant marine and the de(l The list of Sir Arthur's ANOTHER NEW BASEBALL
Mr. Hubbard. who is a good mechan-. pression and misleads many people, waterways movement probably will ofie i log He successive
.., onfnfn offices is long. Hie became captain
topldv hbhim lf remedy oungn aman- be adopted National currency, ter- in I^0, rear admiral in 1895 vicea i LEAGUE IN PROSPE
Mrs. Hubbrda atdha they had Gen t wm to a- pess- ritorial possessions, the enforcement! admiral in 1901, was aid de camp to ANNISTON, Ala., Jan. 25-Rej
n rlmists who are forever decrying mod- of the pure food laws, the regula- the Queen from 1892 to 1895, lord sentatives of several cities of .
Nmd 4 lthou s ccar l nal adv idents er marriage, the sort that go about tion of interstate com andrce, th.. cr- commissioner of the almiralty d bama and Georgia conferred here
]redto enliven the trip and kept' Iou tYou don't catch aru on the hook jty will also engage attention. commander of the channel. a six-club base ball league for
it from being altogether too tame.' matrimony." 'qarnfo 91t 93 omn oigsao.Tecte hc
The weather was fairly good through-, They do not know. 'They have not THE YACHT SQUID, HERE I drichiefof th home and l pobably ae up The circu a
out the trip though they met, o(, seen. They know only a few isolated BdUNi cheR MIAMIr of th hom and canneprobably make up the circuit are

une, with occasional rains on the cases. They have not seen the real BOUND FOR MIAMI. from 103 to 1907 and admiral tuston, Rome, Talledga, Gadsd
thing. And they are probably of the The yacht. Squid, of New BedfoId, of the fleet in 1'>07. 'Oxford and Cedarton.


An account of the trip in detail, sort whom no one would want to catch Mass., is at the Halifax River Yacht
W appear In the Motor Era, of At- on the hook of matrimony. Club wharf, with her owner, Nathan- UNIVERSITY CLUB CHARITY BALL A
Americans do not hire their wives iel Hathaway, aboard, bound on aH
hata, Georgia. and husbands. They do not tire of s t HAS NEW HOME. A HISTORIC AFFT
Mr. Hubbard is as yet undecided them nor fire them. cruise to Miami. Though not large
to whether they will remain in she is a neat, trim looking craft, well BERKELEY, Cal, Jan. 25-The new NEW YORK, Jan. 25-Charity
$20,0 tolwhetherethyfwill remai
the city or go elsewhere for the sea- Cutting Red Tape. fitted fro cruising. M3r. Hathaway, $200,000 club house of the Newman begin at home but tonight it will
the city or go Many amusing stories are told of is a member of the New York Yacht club, the Catholic students' organiza- visit to the Waldorf-Astoria, wh
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Iaa& rlng to the mostn particular people. Central location.
h rivt, bm than two blocks from the clubs, bank, post office,
yt SO *Dd d 0MI per day--lM00 and higher per week.
OPnM ovm- to a y.
Win. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor.


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tay U Ivy L fn'm. hppr ot at lf. Bzb L-
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EMr. Gabaler, of IttVfVUda, ltd At ftrMIr ezehase. Thie
a-ted 8atinla from Jick- m cm to Ph.of Bow church,
te thsir authobile h are tfh er celebrated vane.
IAOf-IS~ dpton's propherieR
lome at theM Prce aforthe s i th d ragon of Bow
a m church and the gwataholWper of the,
U.R"W Exebsnfe aboUM Dewet the
W A. Kirk, of Akatlasta, repre- tes of Loudon would be delungd
Mit the Celebrated Hartford tires Wth blood, hi what way they should -
ft i| tom; also Mnenrs. AtweUl nM e t the old dame did not explain, but
in charge of the MtdktItl9 kMown that at one tlme these two
tire ntInthais e ianheremum wePM side by side in the yard
tor tA Sto Ia l ths ametiOl ait heer of a stonemason In Old Streetroad,
tow days, al are staying at the Yetttherm wax no sbeddingof blood.--
Prince George. London Answers.


SSunday and Monday arrivals at the
Dseland: W. E. Capon and wife Min-
MeaSolis; 0. H. Budd and party, of
S eraton, Pa.; E. D. Glauser and 'wife
SiCheter, Pa.; Geo. H. Lufberry, Port
' Orange; Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Gillett,
Cleveland, Ohio.

Recent arrivals at Ivy Lane Inn:
Sarah M. Sheidley and Miss Grace
Bowser, Kansas City, Mo.; Mrs. At-
kins, Nashville. Tenn.; who came to
organize a branch WV. C. T. U., at
Seabreeze; W. A. McComb and wife,
Augusta, Me.; Perry L. Arahn and
wife, W. E. Doud and wife, Miss
Ethel Doud, Ft. Wayne, Ind.

Some late arrivals at the Prince
George: J. A. Atwell, New York; Mr.
and Mrs. D. E. Gillingham, Bartlett
Henderson, 0. N. Gabriel, Chicago;
SA. G. Gudden, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs.
E. H. Colell, Rockaway Park, N. Y.;
Dr. and Mrs. Gabeler, Pittsfield, Mass
L. C. Gorham, Lenox, Mass.; E, D.
Marriss, Providence; J. H. Narle,
Logan, 0. A. C. Woodruff, St. Paul,
Minn.; M. E. Carter, Williamstown,
Ky.; W. E. Sullivan, DeLand.


The Ridgewood had the following
influx of guests Sunday and Monday:
Frank Remey and wife, Anderson,
Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Tabour, Min-
neapolis; Geo. H. Henehman, Minne-
apolis; P. T. Easley, New York; Dal-
las L. Jones, Charleston, S. C.; Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. H. Stegman, Yonkers,
N. Y.; Geo. Collier, .wife and daugh-
ter, Hackensack, N. Y.; Miss F. E.
Featherstone, E, W, Featherstone, Sa-
ble Forks, N. Y.; Irwin L. Kroky,
New York; Mrs. Jas. Weissenbah,
Miss Helen Weissenbah, Chicago;
Miss Susan Peters, Chicago ;E .D.
Croucesen and wife, Memphis, Tenn.;
C. B. Pulmen and wife, Atlantic City,
N.J.

BROUGHT BACK DUCKS
FROM MERRITT' ISLAND
\\W, H. Hilyard, of Hilyard & Hol-
royd, proprietors of the Prince Georg
hotel, returned yesterday from a
week's hunting trip at Merritt's Is-
land, with Dr. J. R. Bishop, of
Bridgeport, Conn.
Mr. Hilyard brought home with
him the ducks bagged just previous
to his return, numbering forty-eight
in all, mainly blue bills, but including
ten fine mallards and a pintail .
They had some fine sport during
the week. Their success, however,
being due to Dr. Bishop's knowledge
of the territory in which they hunted.

STEAMER CONSTITUTION
ARRIVES AND DEPARTS
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Foote and the Lawyers.
Being on an excursion Into his na-
five county. Samuel Foote happened to
meet with a simple minded farmer.
who, having Just buried a rich rela-
tion. who was an attorney, was full of
complaints about the great expense of
a country funeral, instancing the
amount he had spent on scarfs, hat-
bands, carriages, etc.
"Why," asked Foote, "do you mean
to say that you bury your attorneys In
this part of the country?"
"To be sure." said the puzzled farm-
er. "What else should we do?"
"Oh. we never do that in London."
"Really! What, then. do you do with
them?"
"Why. when one happens to die we
lay him out in a room by himself over-
night, lock the door, open the window.
and in the morning he is gone."
'PExtraordinary!" cried the other in
amazement. "What becomes of him*"
"Oh. that we can't exactly tell." re-
plied Foote solemnly. "All we know
is there's a strong smell of brimstone
in the rooms the next morning."-
"Wits. Beaux aud Beauties of the
Georgian Era."
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The Breeches Bible.
One of the books which a biblioma-
niac handles reverently is the famous
Geneva Bible, better known as the
"Breeches Bible." This name is due
to the rendering of Genesis iii. 7.
where Adam and Eve are said to have
"sewed fig tree leaves together and
made themselves breeches." This had
been the reading of the first English
Bible. Wycliffe's version, but later
translators had substituted the word
"apron" for "breeches." and the Gene-
va Bible reverted to the original. The
fact that only one edition of the Gene;
va version contained this sentence
makes the limited number more pre-
cious to the book gatherer. The title
page of this edition announces that it
was "imprinted at London by the dep-
utles of the queene's most excellent
majestic" in 1599. The first edition
appeared In 1560, and for sixty years
this was the favorite Bible with the
people, who reluctantly laid it aside
for the authorized version in 1611.
The Same Dimensions.
The bride to be had the air of one
who is unreconciled to the existing
state of affairs. "Can't we take a
wedding trip, as we planned?" se i
asked plaintively. ,
"Not just now," said the young man.
"on account of my partner's illness."
"I thought it would be such fun,
taking that six days' journey in the
cars!" she sighed.
"Well, now, see here." said the
young man. "If we take the flat I
looked at yesterday it'll be just the
same as living in the parlor car state-
room, except that the scenery won't
change."-Youth's Companion.
The Book For Him.
There was a backward student at
Baliol who for failure to pass an ex- ,
amination in Greek was "sent down." '
His mother went to see the master, ,


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As soon as she had been pronounced
a wife she turned to salute her moth- u
er. her chief object being to hide the
turmoil within her. Then. suddenly c
turning about, she looked her husband h
full in the face. For the first time int
my life I wished such a woman would ]
give me such a 1look.
Johnti hid ordered a carriage to cail
for him ;it five minutes last 11. and w
the first glance between husband mtid P
wife was cut short by the butler an-
nouncitg th:it it had arrived. John n
bid adiea to his mtther-in-l:aw, then: to tc
his wite. The latter kept her eyes on
the carpet till the last moment, then tl
looked up.. with a soft reproach in her
eyes.
"May I beg a few minutes' indul-
gence?" said John. "I assumed that
Sour contract made it obligatory on me
to depart at once."
"I don't remember that the exact
time was stated." said the bride, with t
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g coNsdered Auct in aloi anud

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mimomIl Iai venture. One stipulation
was made by the bride. After the cer-
SWmoy she w as to have a ont be
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re-+ln0i with her o utbat:d. HeVo
f ttw to Man of p-ROMIng




mWt leave her immedi ately atperm the
benediction. This she said, was not to meet u-
ry to permit her theo gather her
orc for what she considered "bnc theand
great sacrifice on the alminetatlr of familytted
r band affection."ter a selected them for a
SThere are people who do not impressulato




us at once, but grow on us slowly. The
prfbci pals in this case both impressed
those who met by them on s bride. After the cery
one said on meeting John Auctb incb-ss.





-"'What a splendid man !" And Helen
Englander called forth like encomi-d. He
uM. Would teae he strong individualityer the
In both harmon.ize? Thishe said. was t e left
to fate, but it is better to take one
chance than a dozen, and in this case
freat sacrifice on the altar of family
ties and affection.-




there was no chancple who do not impresatever that
us either would growet an us slnworthy life
prtner.pals In this case both impressed
Those who meddling was in every respect





worthy of the practical couple con-
cerned In imeet. It occurred at 11 uchin theoss.





morning, and the only persons Ipres-
ent except the bride and groom were
tWhat a splendid mr an!d myself. At 11Helen






o'clock John and I stepped up to tie
Englander calle front doorth, rang thlike bellcomi-
and were usld the stronger into the drawingty
In both harmonize? This must be left
to fate, but It Is better to take one





chanceroom, where Mrs. and Miss Englad this case
there awaitis no chance whatever thse watch-
ed anxiither wously for the first look d get an unworthaty life
partner.
The wedding was in every re-spect
worthy of the practical couple con-




cernshould It. Income over the face of each athe
beholdrning the other. John'ly pers counte-
ent except the bride and groom were



the bride's mother and myself. At here 1
aopclock John and ItetIfailed p to Uw
dscoEnglander it. Helen'ta lit up with ae bell
andquick pleasushere, and she drew a lowing
room. where Mrs. and Miss Englander t



were awaiting us. ohadbf course eI watch-o
ed anxiously for the first look that
should come over the face of each at
beholding the other. John's counte-.


nanto be wasdetected fectly seres one might havere
supposed the two had met I failed to pur


pose of transferring a piece of prop-
discover ty. t Helen's lit up with a
quick plAs we entere, d I drew out my watch



and noted the time, then went across"
the ball, where a clergyman was in
waiting, brought him in. and the care-
mony began exactly forty-eight see-
onds after the principals had ret .
John answered the responses as me-
thodically as if he were making an B

affidavit before a notary, but HeIW
bungled everything. It was plain that B
there was no small commotion beneath ~
her rapidly rising and falling bosom. f


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hth. flr. thirty yesta othf lIioj
nht Iu bris co ea. toi o mmla

he badas ittle qt uucste and fquu
hIuMet a sort of machim.. His dayi
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dreUry old 6d nAMrk. He SrrIv -edw1
mah at ow and departed at ueh a
hob b Old -am lM, h9t isoatamt, did
tbal a .- B" s Iratf dGoem workmem
did tl maI.
"Tine tmay go o afd on, but moma
d J the rot of thing takes a
chasm It Iso even with fti mead
oi andL thLamontaau. The chanfg
cam to John Vaafdk. He entered
hi 05e o n 0 monuin to find old Rob-
erta dead om the floor. It was a cae
of heart d1ea-. For three or four
days Vandyke was bewildered. Then
a business friend of long standing
dared to talk to him as he had never
been talked to before.
"Get a young man for your book-
keeper, and get a young woman for
stenography and typewriting." was the
advice of the friend.
The words fairly frightened the old
man at first. What an innovation:
He had always written his own let-
ters. He had not spoken to a female
for years-no wife, no home, no chil-
dren. no amusement, no sentiment.
Was this to continue? No. He had
paved the way for more changes.
They frightened him, but yet he was
determined.
Why not get married?
Married? He get married? To
whom? He was sixty-seven years old.
Women would sneer and laugh at him.
He had come part way out of his shell.
and he was glad he had. But mar-
riage-no, no! He dismissed the sub-
ject from his mind, but it returned.
It annoyed him; it provoked him; it
would not down. Well, why not? he
asked himself after a week. He was
sixty-seven, but every day he read in
the papers of older men than that en-
tering into the bonds of matrimony.
But where was the woman? FHe
thought over that for a day, and then
the answer came-his stenographer.
She was a young woman of about
twenty-throe; she was of a respecta-
ble family; her demeanor was quiet.
He could give her a good home and
leave her money, and his money would
lift her family up. He had got over
his fear of her, and be thought she
rather liked him as an employer. He
lad always spoken gently to her, and
ier pay had been good and her work
lot too hard. Yes, be would ask her
: be his wife, and he would seek for
happiness and comfort the rest of his

A week went by before John Van-
lyk. had settled In his mind Just how
Le ought to approach the young lady.
Ie had not studied the conventions.
Should he enter her room as if on
usiane and ask for her hand? Should
ie make a call at her home of an
vetting? Should he buy her books
,nd flowers as a preliminary? Must
oe at his age spend months in court-
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Jut they bothered the old man. He
nally came to the decision that the
business way-the only way he was
sed to-was the best. The bookkeep-
r was to have a day off, and he would
all Miss Wheeler in and say he wished
er to become his wife. Yes, that was
he best way, and hlie felt relieved
rhen he mniade his decision. But it
was not to be.
On the forenoon of the day his fate
was to be decided John Vandyke step-
ed out on an errand. He returned in
is noiseless way and found the ste-
ographer and the bookkeeper talking
)gether with their backs to him.
"Queer old chap, isn't he?" queried
he young man.
"Yes, very," was the answer.
"Been sprucing up lately."
"And how silly of him!"
"Oh. 1 don't know. Maybe he's think-
tg of. getting married."
"What, he! Why, he's over seventy."
"Hardly as old as that, and he's got
be money, you know. If he is after a
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LOW TIDE* ON 1T HE BEACH
1:2B tody; 2:16 tmorrvw.

THE WEATHER.
For Eema Fl'orida: Generally fair
ton@ u nde Wedneday, proMbly
light frot in nmth pof tmnilght,
lOght nwMh. winds becoming varoble.

Mwuen. W. W.Hilyard. U. L. 0'-
Brien and Dr. Bishop returned Mon-
day afternoon from Merritt's Island.

**Young widow woman wants po-
sition as conpenion. Apply at Mrs.
Parker's, Fairview avenue.

Mrs. R. U. Johnson and baby, Ray,
yesterday returned from Hobe Sound,
where they have been visiting with
Mrs. Spicer.

*A Welch 6-cylinder, 7-passenger
touring car for rent. Phone 112, Sar-
atoga Inn Garage, George W. P. Des-
Jardines. 25-tf

Miss Cubbison returns today from
a ten days' trip to Palm Beach and
Miami, and will join her niece, Miss
Feaster, at her home on Ridgewood
avenue.


The Basket Ball game to be play-
ed Wednesday night at the Armory,
will be a match between the Dayto-
na Basket Ball Team and the Day-
tona High School Team. The game
will be called at eight o'clock.

The election of officers of the
M. E. Church South, Epworth League
took place Sunday night before
church services. The officers will
be installed Sunday evening next, at
the regular Epworth League meeting.

The new steamer Floridian carried
forty passengers on a trip to Half
Dollar island, and yesterday made a
successful trip up the Tomoka river.
Her owner, H .A. Perkins, says he
intends to stick to his schedule, even
;though he has but a single passenger.


A -- **LOST-String of coral beads. Re-
| ~Walter Rogers left Monday after- turn to Margaret Thilo, care of Mrs.
PS^ ^noon to join his father in some sur- Moore, Ridgewood and Third. Liberal
S^ I ^iveying work in the Kissimmee Val- reward. 25-it
ley district.
~l m % .. ,^.1. !Willis Smith, of Sharon Springs,
1 MM y gq i Arthur Keep, of Jacksonville, has N. Y., for some time in the employ
J T accepted a position for the season, of E. L. Shear, in the Daytona Steam
D X BXmt / |[ with 0. S. Burneett, in his tailoring Laundry, has recently been quite ill
Li. Ig J ~establishment on Magnolia avenue, and as it was thought advisable for
him to return home, Mr. Shear start-
mCeot-or Jacob Depedahi made a Mrs. B. F. Hardesty, of White ed him North this morning in charge
1-- trip to Dupont Monday at- Springs, is visiting with Rev. D. D. of a trained nurse.
4 ow[i. and Mrs. Dieffeniwierth, at Kings-
ton. Mrs. Hardesty is Mrs. Dieffen- A. R. King, of Monmouth, Maine,
LotM--Coverr Iron for automobile, weirth's mother, arrived Sunday and joined Mrs. King
9jnNe return to Daily News. 24-34t at the home of their daughter, Mrs,
.Floridian made the trip down L. H. Cutten, on Palmetto avenue"
J. L. GarroB went up to Jack below Port Orange Sunday afternoon! Mrs. King arrived about a month ago.
serk1atrono u.' Mr. King, who was detained by bus-
fle yesterday afternoon on bus- with a good crowd of people, among Mr- Kn who wa detained by bus-
Be, expecting to return today. whom were Mr. and Mrs .Hall and Mr iness, is Just now taking his vaca-
and Mrs. Rogers, who are occupying tion.


*Pboe. 28 will call for your clean- the Spencer house and cottage, and
bt and pressing 0. S. Burnett. tf a party from Prince George and from
The Austin.


W. A. McGriff arrived from Gaines-
vWins Sunday night, and has accepted, g g ay ew
a Poiton at the Church drug store IBeginn Floridian, will leavy, the the
Mr. McGriff is a registered pharma-, steam er diaay andt
[rin,-(' ( lo ,-)k eriday and
,'iThullday for the Tomoka and Tuies-
*Board and room, $7-to $10 per' day and Friday fr New Smnyrna.doif


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AnOher ena ble and welfa tt
ed soCeal gathi vu w held at 8L
Mar'5 Gufld Hai Monday eO.V*tW

Mts. C. C. Mellor, of Pittebu. Pa69
wbo owns a winter ho ORn Rcd R
wood ave., #111 Oro~ibaby come so*b
about the first of February *

The Episcopal church tea will be
held tomorrow afternoon, foirn 3:00
to 5:00 o'clock at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A .H. Kling, on MVPOIt [
avenue.

Thos .H. Williams, a brother of
John W. Williams, who,. was called
here by the illness of his mother, Mrs
George Williams, left Sunday, on his
return to Chicago, Ill.

Mrs. H. Corwine, of Cincinnati, 0.,
was a guest of Theo. Sengstak and
family, at Daytona Beach, from yester
day until today, when she continued
her journey to Merritt's Island.


Rev .A. L .Abercrombie left this
morning for Gainesville to attend the
Baptist State Convention, which open-
ed Monday evening. He was accom-
panied by H .G. Wilson, of Seabreeze,
and W. G. Rich, of Kingston, dele-
gates. H. T. McClellan was also ap-
pointed but rush of business kept him
at home.

H. Orvel Sebring, son of George E.
Sebring, arrived Monday night from
Sebring, Ohio, accompanied by his
family, who will remain here for the
next two months. Mr. Sebring, who is
manager of the Ohio China Co., of
Sebring, will go north in about two
weeks, returning later in the season
for his family.

Capt. W. W. Smith, of Second ave-
nue who has been expecting his moth-
er, Mrs. S. E. Smith, from Oyster Bay
for some weeks, received a letter fro
her yesterday saying that she would
not attempt the trip South this win-
ter as she is in very feeble health,
and her sight has nearly failed her.
Mrs .Smith owns a home on Second
avenue, adjoining Capt. Smith's snug-
gery.

Mr. and Mrs. M. Matting and
daughter, Miss Mildred, of Cincin-
nati, Ohio, arrived Saturday from St.
Augustine. They are friends of Mrs.
D. J. O'Neill, of Volusia avenue and
were brought to Daytona through this
acquaintanceship. Mr. Matting will
leave next Saturday on his return
north, but Mrs. Matting and Miss
Mildred will remain for the balance
of the season.


WAYFARER, OF NEW SMYRNA,
ON WAYS AT BOAT YARD.
The Wayfarer, of New Smyrna, a
handsome yacht, owned by A. W.


The local lodge of Es wl hd an Brown, of Chicago, Ill., and in charge
The local lodge of Elks will hold an o Ca .t.. Fnk S. Sas of New
.. ... .., Of C.apt. rFran K Sam, of New
interesting session this evening, with f .p .
... ,,. myrna. is on the ways at the Mc-
candidates and other accessories. The Smyrna, is on the ways at the Mc-
lodgets u sther a p ced a n re Th Donald Boat Yard, receiving a gen-
lodge has just had printed a numbeeral overhauling preparatory to cruis- .
_, i erai overhauling preparatory to cruis-
of placards to be placed in hotels ingin southern waters.
and other public I)laces, which say s
(among other things) "All visiting,-- .
brothers who fail to attend will bei.*** *u OOOt mO tO
shot oil sight." -- u S


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It begins to look as if there will
be plenty of candidates for alderman
after all. Those who have thus far
announced are: S. W. O'Brien, E.
T. Conrad, James M. Osborn, Hen-
ry Schmidt. L. G. Lyman, H. E. Bur-
dick and Simon Heymann.

HOUSEBOAT KENESAW II
ON CRUISE TO KEY WEST.
The handsome power houseboat,
Kenesaw II, of Philadelphia, arrived
yesterday afternoon from St. Augus-


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tine, via the canal, and tied up at West Ezd CentnaI


Doyle's dock.


The Kenesaw II has aboard her,
owner, H. Richards, of Philadelphia C llar
and a party of friends, on a cruise V,
to Miami and Key Wet. They ex- ,
pect to remain here for a day or C an't I
two, po"sbly longer if the weather.
is favorable. B Ou I
Capt. Win. Layton, in command of, B
the boat, says that owing to her shze1
and the low stage of the tides and
northwest wind, they had some diffl-I
culty in the canal. The water line Dayto]
on the bank of the canal showed at
least eighteen inches higher than Lai
when they came through. Many of =i
the larger boats, he says, are taking 1
the outside route.
The Kenesaw II is 68 feet in *


length and 17 foot beam and has for
power, two 24 horsepower Twentieth
Century engines. i


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