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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 26, 1910
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00414
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IuWu ANDAMERIANS.


So LONDOWN. Jan. 6---Sir Thomas
-~-~o n -e of the most ft-
SBriUtsh re0mBs, today cel-
l.l n ueventy4third birthday
1W t another appeal to English-
I A g OR the ujeet

l^^f**^ *>lr1^atttq ofWest
Aflt%& As chanrma of the Ani-Slav-
H| W mk4 A i IIProtection Socie-
ty a t Sir Thorns has waged
uvg wartre against those re-
Bt g 0o fotr cnutles practiced In th
feAV- aomo Ma West Afriram
Althouh his large income is de-
T I r! W e m a r Iw bewery. Sir Thorn-
ase ais the Ieader of the temper-
w a twer of reaMt Britain.
It Tt ir Thmmoas Powell Buxton
ShMu beaef-led with
S... __ f-c ~of the AnU4-Slavery
.... ..... O ta beeping wtth the
irli ciof Meo Catmy For his
the!a ame ttanak the first
Now 11"cne t6a ratoalfame
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iwee M the ham oA of the sarve
t iw Wet -dles, co-tribaIng more
M May other -a- to their eman-
4NNtU. He was associated with his
osP D, Mrs. Fry. in the reform
of th 910 m -a--eMe-t, and the
ot- _o--U of Umore humane methods
Is Vmal "I Uttoas. while another
w...t which he helped to bring
ft a secesnful issue was the doing
awa) with suttee in India-that is
to say the burning alive the windows
of deceased Hindoos on the letters'
ftUneral pyre.

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MENT UNDER THE MEASURE.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26---Consider-
ation of the postal savings bank bills
was taken up by the Senate Commit-
tee on Postoffice today. The bills
offered are expected to be reduced
to one, allowing any one over ten
years of age to start an account, lim-
ited to $500, which will braw two per
cent Intet. The bl Is bslle I
have an excellent chance for passage.


CANIATE M NAY9T

TAKES TO TIE IODS.


WHETHER


PREMATURELY OR


NOT, ONLY TIME ALONE CAN
TELL-HAS PROBABLY COMPLE-


TED HIS CAMPAIGN.


M. H. Zuber, heavyweight candi-
date in the triangular fight for the
mayorship, went up to Harwood this
morning in company with I. J. Price
and others to indulge in a bear hunt.
The party were to meet John Rob-
arts, the guide, at narwood and ex-
pect to be out a day or two, possibly
longer.
Following the recent straw vote
which gave Justice H. T. Titus a


large majority, that candidate for;


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USE! 5513.

JUDGE HOUGH TODAY ORDERED
INDICTMENT AGAINST PUBLISH
IRS OF NEW YORK v WORLD
QUASHED.
XZW YORK. aJn .26--Judge Hough
today granted the motion to dismiss
the criminal libel suit against the pub
lUtiers of the New York World in
the Panama canal case on the ground
that the Federal court had no Juris-
42ln. The Judge also ordered the


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TEMHIIE STMS KEVAS-


TATIN6 WESTERN EUROPE.

WESTERN EUROPE IN GRIP OF
MOST SEVERE STORM IN YEARS
WITH GREAT LOSS OF LIFE AND


PROPERTY.


LONDON, Jan. 26-Western Europe
from the British Isles to Southern It-
aly and from Scandinavia to Gibral-
ter is in the grip of the most severe
storm in years today. Floods and
hurricanes are causing damage run-
ning into millions of dollars. Heavy
loss of life is certain to follow. The
northern coasts are dotted with
wrecks. Avalanches in the AIDS have


RIVER SEINE STILL RISING-EN-
TIRE SEWER SYSTEM OF PARIS
IN DANGER OF COLLAPSE.
PARIS, Jan. 2S--The awful floods
which have brought such terrible de-
struction in France are getting worse.
The River Seine at noon was 19 feet
and 9 inches above normal. The
heavy melting of snow is causing the
river to rise still more and it now
threatens the city gas plant in West
Paris. If it reaches there lighting
and cooking facilities of the entire
section will be destroyed.
The Foreign office on the Quai
Dorsey is deserted today and the wa-
ter is eight feet deep in the city hall
basement.
The national road has been turned
into a canal by the breaking of a
trunk sewer. The entire sewer sys-
tem is in danger of a collapse.
A company of artillery saved the
village of Lux by cannonasding the
dike, thus permitting the river, which


threatened the destruction of the en-
tire village to spread over the s4r-
rounding country
The Hydrometer Service says the
crest of the flood-will be reached to-
morrow.
It is now estimated that 50,00
are out of Work, and 200,000 houses
flooded in Paris and vicinity.
Soup lines and bread lines are be-
ing operated throughout the city, and
practically the entire Frnech army is
assisting in the rescue work and pro-
viding for refugees.
The Chamber of Deputies this af-
ternoon held a special session to
consider relief measures.
Estimates of the damage submit-
ted show the loss throughout France
to be $180,000,000, and in Paris alone
$5,. UoOOOu.


THE POUR PICKERT8


PLAY THIS WEEK


. The Pickerts Stock Company, al-
ways popular"'in Daytona, will open
their engagement at the opera house
Thursday evening with "Hello, Bill."
The other attractions will be: Friday
night, "St. Elmo;" Saturday matinee,
"For a Girl's Love;" Saturday night,
"Child of the Street." Prices will


the mayor's chair took a recess from ,cul ou suvenr towns aun nurranes be, 35 and 50 cents. Tickets on sale
labor and enjoyed a hunting trip of1 are wrecking houses in northern at Hankins' Drug Store.
nearly a week's duration. Italy, The performances of this company
While Mr. Titus was out in the are always good. The cast is doing
woods Mr. Zuber put on his glad rags ANTLERED HERD IN LARGE fine work according to press reports,
and came to the city to shake hands the Misses Pickerts all giving excel-
NUMBERS MET LAST NIGHT.1te Iissicrtalgvngee-
with the voters of the business dis- NUMBERS MET LAST lent portrayals of the roles entrusted
trict and if possible ferret out the One of the most interesting meet- to them, while Val. Cleary, who is a
individual who was brave enough to ings of the season was held last ev- youngg actor of much ability and at-


JUDGE MRW AV ~
TION OP MARY J. VLL
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PLAY.


Marked by pyrotechnical WimjkWQ
of oratory the arguments ed kme.
terday afternoon in the pro-ee- -
brought by Mary J. Scovfle In C-m
Judge's Court at Delad ikdi s
have the court withhold from I
A. Start letters testamentary -g
evw-nter of the will of Ann Gra"
Kellogg, who recently died In Daytft
Judge McCrory rendered a deo.
ion last evening granting the petM
and ordering Judge Stewart to tUM
the property over to Mrs. 8covft
as the qualified executor under tO
wi of Miss Kellog.
Most of the afternoon was devotA


to argument by Messrs. Landis sad
11h, attorneys' for Mrs. Scovli e,
and by Judge Stewart and his law
partner, Egford BIly. The bad bl
existing between M r. L tne -and

and twice the former tIhr-tened b_ -
throw at inkstand at the latter asM
it was with some difficulty that th*


court was able to preserve decorum.
The county Judges' office was pack
with spectators, several womeM
being Included in the audience.
The property involved includes be
sides real estate, valuable stocks aid
bonds, estimated In value at soe-.
what over $60,000.

NEW COMET WAS
SEEN LAT NImOHT.
Just as the sun went down
evening Daytonians who chanced t
observe the western sky were treat
ed to seeing the new comet now be-
nlug observed in this country.
The comet was very plain sad toy
between the sun and Venus. This
comet is newly discovered, and is
known as "Comet A, of 1910," and
differs greatly from most comets.
The usual comet spectrum consitMa
of a bright series of hydro-carbom
bands with a pair of Intensely bright
sodium lines. The striking oraa-
color of the comet head as observed
in various parts of the country Is
said to be due to incandescent so-
dium vapor. The new comet closely


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JACOB ESPEDAHL 3
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Detsiger and CQaftsau
SIlNilitends Oonstructlon of Build- .
=neZ. Plans and Specifications
an Short Notice.
DAYToNA, FLORIDA. _


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py -- lOa. ,fit by fll-oylmmod aria F*n. AT>T LM* ~t h A S T lp 9
o ev WOrMe a swe i no on of A t oOfv lr&ftt-
Stomobile down the bied stretch o t .- with pper work ou get one-third
then ae len-"I a wone s --aqIteatem at thepre
.4w* e **mirrM iu suit-packed. etanditflpo.rctt Por done at THErVI7L-
Th* P.laid, Pelluid Hali Rier .bt OinUlMaI, @toTTAaz ATv2l7 VWm. S.
hr ma e that is t a wori-aet- mre gWor.
m ir wori-w. under. Go stand upvon F T..S E UrFLOIA ROADS
r this wide sipeedway and e the hap-
py sou fUt by I -Joyous mood, and FOUND AT LAST
answer whether this is not one of A tlAc e n ea@c S-eest where
the seven modem wonders. e 2 5 Chocolate that's
The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River. s y-.-- 1 W
Made rightirmd serhediwith Whip.
Where think you is water with more Pd Crm Sc a cup.
pictrtsque surrouindings? Nearly a T. F. CUR T ASON
mile whit hefringed with tropical vege-
tation. artistic cottages with roomy
ru verandas looking out upon her bosom, h See ) lni Bros.
gamey toed Cishes in countless num- DE
S bers t-'ckoning, as it were, to those
Switch rod and an reel; her bosom fleck- 2 5c W indow .
Sed with duck and coot and snowy- n
winged sea birds, which sit about as
Sif for the sport of bobbing upon the
waves; watch that lubberly old ______________________
b white headed pelican pouch a fat VnVl ,P..
Smullet, and that fish hawk struggling BUS iES AND |
Upward with his floundering load he fe
a snatched from the water. mdL apo tmn
See the beautiful launches, spick ADVU RTISEMENTS
o and span, their hampers and lockers -
3 bulging with refreshments both solid
Sand liquid ready for a cruise upon th
beautiful surface. Take out your field Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzah, Ph. G.
I glass and sweep the river from Daytona Offic over Gilne's Pharmacy, hours
Ormondg bride to Ponce Park 2W00to4:OUp. u. I
- light house, then say whether the 149. Thoat. Lemis md RhMtreated
2 Halifax isn't a thing of beauty and by tbh Elo fThberus-Varatmy Metbo& I
a joy forever, and one of the modern m Datona Beach Office in The Van Valzah I
Block, hours 8*00 to 10:00 a. ni. 8pteciai hours
wonders. by appointment.
The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge- I
*11 wood. -


' Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest
of a broad ridge, straight as the crow
flies and the wide-spreading branches
of the heavy-trunked live oaks ex-
tend their giant arm *ro the mag-
nificent vista, forming an arch, and
from these extended arms great fes-
toons of Spanish moss sway as the
trade winds from the tropic seas
fan them Looking straight ahead
down this white shell street one has
the impression of a fairy path with
elfish draperies, but as you move
along and cast an eye first to tne
right and then to the left you see dis-


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OSTEOPATHY
DR. J. C. Herman
Graduate under A. T. Still, founder of
Osteopathy at Kirkmvilll, Missouri.
NINTH SEASON IN DAYTONA
Located on Volusia Avenue, 2 dools
west of Beach St., opposite The Gables
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tinguished cottage homes in the most *0O:=*--=*-*-==-3- **U*
delightful settings. E. L. STEWART 0
See the glistening leaf of the grand Physician and Surgeon
magnolia which nature has varnished X-ray and High Frequency
as no artists' brush ever could; and Appratus.
the cabbage palms with their burdens Phone2. 4th door w. of P. 0.
of showy fruit and swaying palms; ,mll *l*l l
see the lovely holly with its exquis-
ite berry; see the climbing vines **o* ooOOOOO** u***-****
run riot in the trees; see the cryp-- S. H, GOV '
togamons forms which gain a foot-0 AC"T BU "E
0 ARCHITECT, BUILDER 0
hold on the great oaks and stately 1e0 CONTRACTOR,
palms. and surely you will join in an CO TR TOR
"S R"ia n f'+ ( )tit',: No t h~v,.t
the chorus and say that this is a I Corn-. r Ridl,,wood ,and \Volu-ia .
I T e hlep h o n e i(4.
world wonder for beauty Te"pho .
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No one of Daytona's attractions
Perhaps, comm-nds more nearly uni
versal attention and praise than doe.
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Lu proportion to inhabitants? Te
Spavgrement question stands with te
street as one of the chief drawi




cards. Till some uniherd O
wlace report s more and better, Dtrl-
frona throws down the gauntlet to the
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Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and r.
menW thatever look and a' hortco i an
however e else betw or even callousM
ane may be t o many s hsm the mere
in proportion to inhabitants? The





pavmenton of "flowers and Squ with thes,
street as one of the chief drawing




cabirds and frTi will somend a thrilled
plat is ce refleports more and beti distended pupsy-




amd pricked ears.
For every viio with a spare goo-
toberna throws down the gauntletdy to ome
world.
Squirrels, Flowersp Birds and FVt.
Whatever oons's shortcomig and



owevd accept your gift. He will sit boltus
prone mght and knaw thinto the meatre
casting ofurtive, saucy glances at youquirrels,




meanwhile.
Flowerbirds and fruitsually fresh and bloom-
Lng thate year 'round You are reminded pupils




)f Goldsmith's couplet where
milng spring its earliest visit paid
For every visitor with a spare goo-




ernd summer'e is Lia bunny ready to cssoms




are delayed.
n one yard roses of varigated "huessit bolt
predominate; another household hast,
penchant furtive, saucy glan pocettasand the you
meanwhile.




remiFlowers. Usually fresh and bloom-other is hid-




Len in a jungle of tall cane. Variety
ing the spie of lufe and he You are is where





rou find it.
fThe birGolds flit in, andcouple with their
youiling spring its earliest visit paid
nd summer's lingering blossomscture.
A or fruits, choice citrus fruitsdelayed.
In one yard roses of varigated lhues





predomina yields anothe palm to none forld has
uaity penchant ford quantityhe per aoincetta and there
premises aore o aflame; citrus groves in prox-
den in a Jungle of tall cane. Variety




sity to thspice of city, branch heres bendingre
you find It.




o the earth wflith their burdens ofwith their
oscyous golden globes, which forullness




,eauty, proflicacy and all desirable
ualitmes woudymme truly astonish you.
As for fruits6 choice citrus fruits,




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'imbuckto, and you will be "shown."
ere is wto there city, branch s record forcing
o thpeed is broken with every recurring of
ason. Autos, the bigglobes, thic foast-
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ISSENA
Seabreeze

Six Acres of Park-
age. All Modern
Improvements

Rates: $3.00 per
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Estimate fturaished
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est, and the finest are on daily parad,
and the big show is as free as the
pure artesian ater frou the thous-
ands of flowing wells. It is a con-
tinuous show with constantly shift-
ing scene.


Everything goes, from a 2-horsE
power, up to a 2)O-horse powet, anc


all degrees 01 speea from canter t(
******m umIEMO .OmO.O..i a two-mile-a-minute clip. You wil
D. TD & C. M DrOGERSc 2 probably catch the spirit, when yoi
".. O ~,~.~ O0 do the roads and the beach are yours
* Civil Engineers i The Florida sunshine is free, the


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Ihaftion We =am ady.4


The oceit- with ift
bea ch merd =mmm -
as a foag te S --
ualthou,
SLa ;--= -- -k a" lll Ok a"
to have M--nd ia a Ja
to en m its eovay h .
beach is the huo aa
cours where evmry wwWm
away rmmaod be" 1

without rivalry.
The sndof this famt
is composd laumely of thes
the coquina cam, which m
one-half inch lotg and vuj
For age& Msax has b4M
them up, wahing them tbe'
surf and palvr izing theenm L
under the microscope each
is roand, an&t for moart, tr
say, because its smoothae-
its holding together, yetk
contemplate, the vwyryi
leaves the wakt, ap-arg- ly t s
these nmad prilSauktW^J
into a c.xment ahmort as n| a&J
phalt, beyod the W
me who b"e at m it. i

it is entirely r t o bf t- iA
The beach hs a width of t I
feet sad earn be iMd ohemW IW
after until two ho"sn before Wi
thus tivin A av wierage of ov
oight hows for a omoW
part of each day.
Search e a=d Dayton a B ach w a.j
have a suparw of
prounael 150 Sanitary*Jf
nances are strictly enforced 4
=a4 sidewalks ame well kep i|
new streets are being opened as
aa Mhe iarai^populatio* i
mands. Decides hotels and
h.oUMS there is ample cottagS
ny-"tion for all winter visitors, m .
Seabreeze contains a
opera house and a Con$
Church; at Daytona Beach is a N.. 5
Church, An excellent high
is situated near the division has hbo
tween the twa towns. Both toT


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have. enterprising business e3
.lishments, as is evidenced by ..
advertisements on the left and rigl,
SAll the attractiveness oi Se.abr M
applies to Daytona Beach, the two
towns being so similarly situated
The development of Daytona Bea
has been fully as phenominal as filb
sister on the north, and each yew'
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Radys: 3no*a6d o lw1 clilMte and pleasant A First Class Mod- Kodak., Cigars
9 rW k wal and drives. er nHouse; Rooms DuLAND, LA.
'At Ormnod Beach is located the Single or E& Suite;
lar.e.How... CMc Ad d itsls with or without...
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*Jo ISOfpai &^iaj~irj~.ia& P~ ah Ser- it is RINSrfll
4p, pias a position overlooking the c n uan
IbrohXW .. River, vhile the latter ha as ie Ciine
P- gits enoaek tho e er 5t beach and U"yetl Attorney .a.d.
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6IUAUm U IT ^^ .ok, a ,U. ,,irItion ar WF Cwelo
MOREi~r- AMD 1 VCr1 y afttactiveo and am ar- at Law
T.! o habdy a"d Inviing spota"- ad a----------
IU ro I Ment ooks are crowded with
'TSl rotic geseAt w"hi& are mte sinvit0. W raee In
11 tio 1 center into the e ota-nt
n EW a On the Ormond Oourts
-oeo% la. I "* Beeb the b -oad, esooth ocean Road Half ile
ub"ch tbe many driwa v for car. Mile
a.u .La ortod M IPcg drivso and DtLND, FLA.
s >hort drive; driveee through groves I,
of""n of en ; tivea through One of the Flest-
E T"tIo"me d N mNin, lo Spanish Groves in Volusiat
E.C.ATOMins; rives ft theancientCause-I so- NWS
ORMOND, FLA. way built by the slaves of planters County .
of lmg ago*anddridvesto the&planta. ,UANC
Fimd".4 Gie OW C6 in tions of hospitable settlers, wbhee rMVOC D6 7"
Vepetablee Frsit plce are replete with the interest ___
Sal and mod of Soitthrn fruits and lowers. WLCOME *.a
n OfN Stheseint-tingp lanta- we eit,1
MEATS tuime is Number Nine, located on the
.___.a 'InFi, v ls1avte miles north of the _,HK __oi

I*ari^^k^a ia~r CoW--o .n o th o IX-Vt1-' HK- Htb0-0 aft mAsp *^^
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ORNGS and Blowers. and "gs ai~tJASW
"Five miles further on ocome to r e and.Federal
and Moundgrove, one of the = orange in 1N M oct m
n-.apefrUpt ,in this sect ion of Florida.e a.I" SS r
Gr fmdtgrove is. on the w of JU mIES JAtLle
Best Grown the Halifax River and isa mid pretty An-a,-" al FLA.
WGrove on BLn A Osrodino s The plae. is reached Ar. Fod God at
Ltine Automoble by a good road [passing Number tUOpB U i..

Road 10 Miles **ndi dieal orif a
North of Nineadisadriveatourists may I ""'a' [ TFWAWI T
HOTEL ORMOND enjoy. N V.DLADI WI
IiPl i_.,-- ,.. --.-,---_ Their Reputation im A. Swart
Ms. Knox adW AND ROOMS TO LT- ia Established. No Ugfo-Bly-
Si niA Furnished; Modern Im- Mary ea
BPdCoBp ay rprovements; on Rivecr "mnt is Really Attorneys atLaw
BULOW PO Otffree ot Strow tRentsl aid nab cw and Notaries Pblle
Write to W. 1. COLBY at Omond.


STPICTUReSQVE PORT ORANt oIE j -AIN,.
1 ------- -- .- -- --- --i-. -----DULAND, FLA.
PO-I OOKANRGG is a prtt little B .ACH F---hig
IEV!LOPIENT Dayes cmthDyton-New SyrnaPRFmiMg
COMPANYI of the~ Eas Cas The town is 10. Lote for Sale. -- -- J
^I c) cated on the Halifax River, over Lib., T.i --
OWE o heUST which nunaa bridge from the town Allwedfo For Florida
Rt'vr FrntV to the peninsila opposite. IMPROVEMENTS FARMS
IN PORT ORANGle Th town is well laidfout and has I Ocean or River (IROVES
Fi-e TrukLnd pretty homes owned and o~cc- Conveient touo TMBRor'
pied by residents and winter tourists ^mobien to^ TIaBe orw


See... It has several churches, one of the and Brldgo. I I UiK
E r. OATES, 5ec.., ,. ~ ^i Apply to ,A |
OATES. or best graded schools in Volusia WA. HOWES LAND
W. C. rOWS. At otwo sen rea b a real Agent S eD for Bargain
PW. OW e.APt c o nerortyOrarangel. Fla. Sheet to
estate agency and two or three hotels.
A large number of tourists and THE GOJULD
PATiLLO ) CO winter residents make Port Orange Port Orange
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odists (Northern and MSouthern) s.m-
byteian* Critans&n ahois
besides colored raptits and Metho- G
distsal r rprseted-
The ,graded Wschool fr ate.
yeare coure, a the building which
it O-- .mPiis sO nwyi d
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OQpvkinO.1io'.an" best equipped pub- E
lie Schbook iii the Suis Le
The trip from Daytoffa to Dams&d
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M A thM think les of ber wben she
SStrang e. buat true.
U & aveI m young man will out-
s_ uly erage a gr to do things
St he known to be wrong and in-
Va Iy dmplm her for her weakness.
Intomlmat?
Ifrsmlmy. Mon are built that way.
V o thIak that puttla aside your
s ta1 mludy and doing the things
w MR- my ask you to do-things not
S y erlmlnal In themselves. but
B-' iMa farmst-you make a big mto
k ~Wih a m Ic mnateoCy. the out
r UVm ymu puz a kanmillarity will
I U adlmt It to b ehbum. And they
VeSknob &booIt. aNo your good

SVU110 ma sim the man.
If r I we f to IDm that you are
I -at and pon a capable of tak-
' Cor eM of juilf be will respect
do w ft hft hi amI
Amdt ell yore w come up in
Smaaaa he wUl me that t Is an-
SA-- ML- f yen soullod need his
alt tlC i be will tumd yom an
O dly as If be we your brother.
0b e9y ams?
bwy7 gir nabt ito know. Her
tall h0 er.
f y w mother bas never explained
ff two dded nature of men to you
% wa t"te. would feel myself guilty
WMWi you who read my writing If I
ta to mnke It plain.
Do Mt be a prude, and do not be
UaMd of any man. Be hoest. frank
U & arms but DRAW THE LINK
lit ewery man know he cAreues that
I at his peril! He will not cross it.
-t nm wtH rMpoet you.

Kasi man have two sdea.
4m.- !~^ M;. i ^ K -
6Mm-uinol~ and ehgflleees, one
S..... rival eh other ,- heading the
-o f maia provided by the eom-
s MMnM lunacy. If you don't
; ^-t tbe maMd, be a clergyman. You
'Wll have about a -o to a thouaand
Ace mat dyt In a lunatie asy-
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The Investigation by a Joint committee of twelve members of 4ongresa, fix senators and six representatives, of
th charges of participation In land frauds made against Secretary of the Ipterior Richard A. Bailinger promlase to
be one of the most sensational In the history of the United States. It IWnolT" the ooMduct In oA ce and out of oce
of a member of the president's cabinet and the- recent dismissala from- a publie serwi of Glffor Ptnebot, chief -
forester, who has been the mot prominent of t e accswrs of Mr. Baft" Tbe l.x senators seth --t I act -
jurymN a In the cae are Senator Knute Nelson of. Mineota. chairman: Senators Root of New York, Flnt af OaU-
forula and Sutherland of Utah, four Republicans, and Paynter of' Kentucky and Fletcher of Florida. .emonrata.
The member of the house of representatives chosen to represent the' Republican- majority areq McCall of a-
ehusetta, Olmated of Pennsylvania, Madison of Kans O and Denby of Michigan. The Denmocrts selected by the
house are James of Kentucky and Graham of Ilnl As. Representative Lloyd of Missouri, Democrat, was appointed
by the house, but refused to serve.


A VlIroy's Plain Living.
In Miss Juliet Bredon's book about
ber uncle, Sir Robert Hart. the "grand
old man of China," for many years
In charge of the Imperial customs serv-
1ice, i the following story:
"One of the most Influential of Sir
Robert's Chinese friends was the great
L Hung Chang. The diplomat liked
IV's household because of the simplic-
ity he found there-no wearisonme
courses tt dinner, but fish and perhaps
a dish of chicken with rice. Incau-
tiously, as it turned out. he praised this
frucaltty to his own Chinese servant.
for the remiirk reached [i's ears in a
distorted form. Next time Sir Robert
went there he bad to face a grand cer-
emoulal banquet.
"'You shall not have the chance to
go away again and say that you have
been fed like a cooly in my house.'
acdU the viceroy proudly at the end
of the banquet.
"'Nevertheleas the very simplicity
of your hospitality was what I most
appreciated.' Sir Robert replied. 'But
if you believe that I could have made
any such remark and if you persist in
altering the style of my reception 1
shall not come to lunch with you


Frederick Townsend Martin.

Society Leader Who Thinks We
Should Own Our Embassies.

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Paupers* Paradise.
The authorltles of Samoa. the little
island upon which Robert Louis St*-
venson lived and died, provide board
and lodging absolutely free to stran-
gers who are unable or unwilling to
pay for their keep. Every village on
the Island has a guest bouse. called a
"faletale." and here the tourist is In-
vited to come and be fed, lodged and
entertained witbhnut any payment
whatever.
The officials of the town of' Klingen-
berg-on-the-Main. In Bavarla. are ex-
ceptionally generous, for they not only
provide free beds and free board to
poor people, but give away big puw-
dings every year end to all who ask
for them. Kllngenberg owns several
pottery clay pits that bring in so much
money to the town coffers that they
pay all the town expenses and leave
a good round sum over. which in dis-
tributed to charity. Klingenberg Is
one of the few places where taxes are
unknowul:, ,.:.
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,CELEBRATED PlEASANT
BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY
A number of Mr. and Mrs. Zdgar
SM. Condit's friends consplrd .with
SMrs. Condit and Miss Ida Woodrich
to give Mr. Condit a delightful sur-
prise on the occasion of his 70th birth-
day, Monday evening, as 1t as at-
tford a mutually enjoyable evening to,
I all the participants.
The plan of the conspirltors was to
make the surprise as complete as
possbe, and Ia this they eoeeed&&
most admirably.
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SThe friends congregedat at given
point and moved on the hospitable
residence, 100 Orange atenue, t" a
body. The door bell rang, and Mr.
Condit did the White House act in
the hand shaking that toljowed. The
guests wer no sooner welcomed than
the pleased vitim was inundated with


a shower of beautiful birthday wishes
from al4 parts of the country. (Mrs.
Condit had the mail withheld for Iwo
days).
As soon as the congratulations andj
card reading was over, Dr. Marsh
read a poem dedicated to -dgar M.M
Condit ,entitled. Three Score and Ter,
which was greatly enjoyed by the;
company. Dr. Houghton gave a num-4
ber of beautiful phonograph selections
during the evening. Elaborate re-.
freshmentp were served, and the
evening otherwise enjoyed in social
converse.
Those participating in the celebra-
tion were: Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Marsh,
Dr. and Mrs. F. H. ikoughton, Mr.I
and Mrs. John Milligan, Mr. and Mrs.'
A. Milligan, Mr. and Mrs. Hand, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Stevens, Miss Harn
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. J. G. Brows, Mr. and mMrs. J. H.
Meagley, Dr. oy Howe and mother,
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Up__..a.i oWitat Pfg witthfwaaot
s. J. R. PopeI .1 jfy ce i tas ad -as aie Itto
Now; G. B. Oo ellsE Mw to; H.IE ___ m a t *e di kq- *-
I mari, New York. 1, s S.C. earrw arnd wheeblsaim ot krea T
MissIL f 'U~IgumT~M# efabob wineof -thecaliber of eli
ddWlWa; D. W: U]yer a ivellePUD, &. bnu thMy were 1emdoead y
Il.; J. A. queer, Jacksonville. with o"equiner poubd of powder and
....W-M wth hewp balls-s ,imr acimss- witi
Late rritval at Y*Ridgewod In- rom. Trbe tbtkuetu of th kee wa
dole: t. A Mrs. G. W. Chandler, only four Incbet, and yet It reisqd
ftaa'; *Mr'. ad -Mrs. 11. T. the exploak.-' kg mIce ave a, i,
SEL oore r. Tndeon Mills, I bult In lte year In thIn bto=-
S p g bol. Tndoh Mills. 1t7 ay d in 'auada wkteb bare stood
L;; .C. Thayer, Miss Thayer, Min- for w ekF. A. Ibm. 0ow mtron mu be
meaplts; Edwin M. Ware, Mr. and the k-P in no Mstm midmr of feet In
Mr. ad Mrs. H. L. Thompson, Joliet, tbk-kuf:_Iitt :W-tm IeMs.
IL.; Mrs. L. M. Shepard, Miss M. R. -- I
Mavel, Philadelphia Helped Him to Hurry.


Ardath Margaret McNaughton, of
Detroit, a bright three-year-old, who
is with her mother at The Hamilton,.
yesterday wrote a typweritten letter
to her father away in Michigan. The
clerk held her in position, but she
studied out the letters and manipulat-
ed the keys. The letter ran "Dear
Papa: I am sending you Florida vio-
lets. Your little daughter." Only a
little maiden and a little letter, but
it carries a full message to the wait-
ing father.

Stopping the "Fire Wagon."
When the first railroad was laid over
the western plains and the cars began
running to San Francisco the lndlamm
viewed the locomotive from the hill-
tops at a distance, not daring to como
nearer the "fire wagon." A train ol
cars was to them "heap wagou. it,
boes." An Apache chief gathered a
party of warriors in Arizona and went
several hundred miles to st the tor-
rible tire wagon that whistled loutih-i
than the eagle's scream and poured out
dense black smoke. W. M. Thayer says-
in his "Marvels of the New West"
that the redskins grew bolder and <,nt-e
attacked a tire wagon. expecting t;,
capture it. W\heu they failed IA!
many were injured they said. "'Fire
wagon bad medicine!"
The Indians stretched a lariat across
the track, breast high. each cud beiin
held by thirty braves.
"When the engineer first saw it be
didn't know what on earth was the.
matter." said the narrator. "but tu 4 ,
mi-te more be brs-t out isupbaals
He caught bold of that throttle*. and
be opened ber out.
"He strmlk that lariat going about'
orty miles an boar. and bm Just plied
tboie braves up everlasting pruomiiscu-

They're All Good.
BurweJowe4. the famous artistL made
many sketches for the children of his
friend. J. Comyins Carr. He once
laugingly proposed to Instruct the.
eldest boy In the principles of anato-
my. and there and then made for him
two- beautiful drawings representing
the anatomy of the good man and the
good womsn, In both of which the
heart. rnnifcently large, winged abd I
backed by spreading flames. is the cen-
tral detail.
By special request he made another
drawing Illustrating the anatomy of
the bad man. On being met with the
reproach that the third drawing show-
ed nothing of the details of Internal
structure be replied:
-"There are none. The bad man is
quite hollow."
On being challenged to illustrate the
anatomy of the bad woman he grave-
ly replied:
"My dear boy, she doesn't exist."


Plymouth Rock.
Plymouth rock bas become an object
of veneration tn the United States be-
caua of Its interemUting historica asso-
itiaon. As Is wel known. It Is the
rock or ledse on which the pilgrims


Prinre HKisiinrek once told a story of
the bittlefleld of Koeniggrata. 'Ihbe old
emlmeror. theu king or Prumsla. had
expoimgh himself and his staff to the
enemy's f r In a very reckless fash-
too und would not hear of retreating ,
to a safe dlstan.e. At last Prince Bis-
marck rode up to him. saying: "As a
responsible minister I must insist upon
your majesty's retreat to a safe dis.
tance. If your majesty were to be'
killed the victory would be of no use
to us" The king saw the force of this
and slowly retreated, but in his zeal
returned again and again to the trout.
"When I noticed It." Prince Bismarck
went on. "I only rose In my saddle
and looked at him. He understood it
perfectly and called out rather an-
grilly. "Yes. I am coming.' But we did
not get on fast enough, and at last 1I
rode close up to the king. took my
foot out of the right stirrup and se-
cretly gave his horse an energetic kick.
Such a thing bad never before hap-
pened to the fat mare, but the move
was successful, for she shot off in a
fine canter."

Tricks of Short Sight.
Not only the inanimate but the ani
mate world presents itself in strange
forms to the myopic. Humanity. for
instance, is often revealed in some-
what inhuman guise. Thus, so far as
ocular demonstration goes, the world
to the shortsighted is peopled by men
and women as faceless, sometimes
even as headless, as the horseman of
legendary fame. lndmloors myopic per-
sons get quite accustomed to talking
with persons who have neither eyes
r nosme. ut of doors the phenoume- 4
m tio more strlkine because oftener''
repeated. At quite a short distance,
the face melts into the atmosphere
and becomes either a cloud or. like H.
G, WeIll Invisible man. a nothingness.
"I ee the bat and the figure. some-e
times the beard. 1 see the walking-
stick. Itf the hand ungloved this
stick Is waving miraculously a little
way from the sleeve edge. for the
hand like the face. has vanished."-
Strand Magadine.
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Charming Away Tiger.
No woodcutter will go about his
task In the Indian forests unless be Is
accompanied by a faker, who is sup-
posed to exercise power over tigers
and wild animals generally. Before
work is commenced the faker assem-z
bles all the members of his party in a%
clearance at the edge of the forest and<
erects a number of huts. in which be
places images of certain deities. After ,
offerings have been presented to the
Images the particular forest is declar-c
ed to be free of tigers, and the wood-
cutters in virtue of the presents they
have made to the deities are supposed :
to be under their special protection.
If after all these precautions a tiger
seizes one of the party the faker 4
speedily takes his departure without
waiting to offer superfluous explana-
tlons.--alcutta Statesman.
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Not Mechanical.
A song and dance comedian was
working I a cheap vaudeville bouse
where a performance was given hour-


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tt remNOt yarM bd the attetUm of the public foi
p| t Roberta B. de Jaoon. the 'hiladelpiat heiress, and
|f water, who dtappeaMred together fomi toe of Philadel-
hbdstaud remained hidden for thirteen daiiys. Miss de
!L ya old and the gradiughliter and heiress of Robert
iaBfla Tbnragbout her wanidertngs with Cohen from
I flin lly to Chicago, where the couple were found.
Swas ber t little fbox terriert. This picture, taken In
*i -thentic picture of the girl published.


.is No Place


e Da


ona


iMrt iu which to spend the winter
to d t. Daytona is known the

a &s the Prettiest Resort in

d The Beauty of the City is as
fect of the Universe left It.


2U^^wmr bay P1m Pm *
0 a from tthe loIe at the eight-
*NO CfNry there tived in a L isam
li- nw Jm --It I sOw a city-
J De.d aum. ma = a ey much
mU aid o a peaceful dipou-
t Hib houm. stood near the mait
tt*Mt orm rad, oouiderable grounds
-lo4 and aon either aide of It. On the
bt ma t adjoining ved Samuel Whit-
B wMU wa Doanes autipode. If
Sm conceived a grude agaInst
BW 04. be would pursue him to the
.SWr id. He quarreled with nearly
VerWy one In the town, and there wa
mo to Speak a good word for him
'b: Baymod Doane. who always
0 06r peace and constantly eodeav-
W Sto allay the prejudice against h1s
BUt se day a horse of Doane's got
Into Whittord's premium and destroy-
ad a lot aof vegetables growing in the
gaMes. Though Doane offered to
make suitable reparation, Whitford
MU ot be pacified. From that time
he made the lives of Mr. Doane and
his family miserable and went so far
aW to Injure one of Doane's children
he found on his grounds. This was
too much even for the quiet MSir.
Doane's patience. Meeting Whitford.
be protested. Whitford attacked him.
but Doane. being the better man, got
him down and rubbed his nose in the
dirt.
After this the Doanes expected worse
treatment than before, but Whitford
let them alone and finally surprised
them by ofl'ering the olive branch. It
was accepted, but without contideuce.
Mr. Done had a man doing unim-
portant jobs about his place named
Silas Moore. who had received ain in-
.jury in childhood which had impaired
his intellect. One night Silas was
heard screaming "Murder!" In the
back of Mr. Doane's place. Doane gut
up and went out to see what was the
matter. He found no one and went
back to bed. Silas was not gain seen
in the town.
Mr. Done reported what he had
heard, and there was much wonder-
ment in the matter. Whitford said
nothing for some time, then intimated
that he might say a great deal were it
not that the people were all against
him and would not believe him. This
got to the ears of the authorities, and
Whitford was called upon to give tes-
timony. With apparent unwillingness
he said that on the night In question.
bearing the cries, he bud got up and
gone to the rear of his yard. The
cries had then ceased. Whitford was
about to return to the house when he
saw a figure through the darkness
dragging some object. He followed
and saw the figure dig a hole, Into
which he thrust what he had been
dragging, filled the hole and spent
much time destroying the marks of
the ground's disturbance. Whitford
followed the figure and saw It go Into
Done's back door.
No citizen of the place would have
paid any attention to this story, but
the police, of course, must visit the
spot and examine It. Whitford led
them. and after digging in several
places they came upon a corpse so dL*
figured that they could tell nothing
about it except that It was about Silas'
height and the hair was the same
color.
The matter now passed into the


courts, and Doane was arrested for
the murder of his hired man. The
clothing on the corpse was examined,
and several pieces were found to have
belonged to Silas. Though the body
was unreco.i izable, the clothing Ir ,v-
ed comclusively thliatI Silas had l 'n
murdered. \Vhitford's evidence was
not siltli-itint to o vict I)otie. I1,t a
strain 'r 8 l',)v rei-d at the tril-! 0 ,
swore i):it lie li4,';l Orivei into, the t-, wn
late :1 hile' ni it uf he niurd.,r :!n;l
.had hi:!rd i :I i ry v words ill I);"It's
barn. I2,, i: rl .iftd in his Lnr-hs to
listen af" J .!-.W tN\,) iurl we alk t'- the
back (,f Iplc:.'s l*ae. Then he had
heard tie rie,- ;tid Ihaid gone aid seen
what W!i'itfrd haid seen from nn,-rhor
point.
Even this would not have convicted
Doanue before a jury of his fellow
townsmen, but the prosecuting attor-
lk-.- If-


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S... t. I., ft t a Pf. AAM.
On. day JabarWa, a little maiden of
Slam. while walking In a public gar-
4"n pa d a dark eyed ysm. Their
eyes met. and the flame of lore was
kindled In the maiden's breast. She
w then only fifteen, but the Image
of the young man remained photo-
graphed Indelibly upon her brain.
The time soon came when she
Should be married. But, though she
wa" pretty and attractive, no suitor
appeared for her hand. The truth Is
that abshe gave none of the young men
any encouragement. One day bher fa-
ther, who was a mathematician, so
absorbed In his figures that he took
little note of anything else, said to
her:
"Jaharla, how old are your
"Nineteen."
"What! Nineteen and not married:
What does it mean?"
"There are no suitors," said the girL
"No suitor.! Surely you are come-
ly."


"I am your daughter, and you see
me through a father's eyes."
"I wonder if that is so. Perhaps it
Is. At any rate, you must have a hus
band. I will attend to the matter to-
morrow."
Now. this is what the old man meant
by "attending to the matter." In Siam
every woman who has reached a cer-
tain age without securing a husband
may, if she choose, be registered as one
of the younger daughters of the king.
This places her under the king's pro-
tection and compels him to find a hus-
band for her. These husbands, how-
ever, are all lawbreakers. They are
not sent to prison or fined or executed.
but are condemned to marry one of
the king's adopted younger daughters.
The condemned men are allowed to
make their own selection, but with
certain limitations. Those whose of-
fenses are light are permitted to
choose from among the better grade of
women, the most attractive in phys-
ical appearance and amiability, while
the grave offenders must marry the
ugliest and worst tempered.
So it was that the poor girl cherish-
ing in her memory the youth she had
seen in the park, with plenty of young
fellows anxious to marry her, was to
be given to a malefactor. It was her
misfortune to have a father who, if far
penetrating in the problem of minathe-
matics, on ordinary matters was in-
ordinately stupid.
The registry had scarcely been made
when a young man who had borne an
excellent character-a student in the
university-was caught pilfering. Ev-
erybody was astonished. He was
tried, but the Judge, considering that it
was his first offense, gave him a fa-
therly admonition and let him off. To
the surprise of every one. two hours
after his discharge he was again ar-
rested for a similar offense. This time
the Judge condemned him to marry one
of the king's daughters.
Within a few days there was another
case of a young man of good reputa-
tion becoming a lawbreaker. This
case was the more remarkable be-
cause he was of noble family. On ac-
count of his rank he would not have
been prosecuted had he not repeated
his offense a number of times. He,
too, at last was convicted of crime.
One morning when the Judge went to
court he saw in the prisoners' dock no
less than six young men of the best
families-some of them noble-who
were to be tried for potty offenses.
"IThere is an epidemic (of crime among
our youth." said the judge to himself.
"I must stamp it out." Thcreupon 1he
convicted every one (f the lawbreak-
ers of an offense of the highest gradO
and sentenced each to( marry one of
the u.iest and l--,"t irs-:eih.o (I f t.1.'
king's daughters.
Nevertheless the epidemic spread.
Young rIen of every .Irade wee
caught openly comumiitting otfenses.
and all were convicted without mercy.
Finally one morning when the judge
took his seat on the bench he was as-
tonished to see in the prisoners' dock
the son of the prime minister. The
young man, whose name was Karkalo.
pleaded guilty to stealing the purse of


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Tbfshurdy ROMht"L SILL"w
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Sairda Idw "faE A GIRL'LPT
Siu*a WNigW"CI IOf T TREOS"
l'ric' reduced to 37) ad 50) cents.


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Next Week


Seats on Sale at Hankins'
Drut Store.

Damce every Moaday evening


J. B Garrison returned last night
from a short business trip to Jackson-


0 27


LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
2:16 today; 2:56 tomorrow .


THE WEATHER.
For Eastern Florida: Generally fair
and warmer 'tonight and Thursday;
light to moderate variable winds be-
coming south.

The houseboat, Kenesaw I, which
has been lying at the Doyle dock for
the past day or two, continued her
Journey southward today.

Mrs. M. A. Saxon left Sunday for
New Smyrna on her return home to
Fort Pierce. Mrs .Saxon had been vis-
iting here for several weeks.

Asa Paine is in St. Augustine at-
tending the first annual convention
of the International League for High-
way Improvement, in session in the
Ancient City.


*Bargain-House and lot on
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I 5 Ut^^ -- I aus, ~IJk^ J.A.U J->\,UL5* f -m
man S. Dayton. d-26-4t
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SJ. D. Maley, R. F. Johnson and C.
G. Wehner, of Daytona, have be
summoned as Jurors before the Crim-
inal Court which convenes at De-
Land the 8th of next month.

Mr. and Mrs. Claud S. Smith and
son, Vernon, arrived today from Birm-
ingham, Ala., for a visit with Mrs.
Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
F Smith, on North Ridgewood avenue

Contractor Jacob Espedahl completed
last week the building of a large sta-
ble, 36 x 18 feet, for J. H. Donelly,
on Second avenue, as well as the ad-
dition of a bath room and porch to
the residence.

The regular meeting of the Mount
Melleck club was held at the resi-
dence of Mrs. E. W Greene, on Ridge
wood avenue Monday afternoon. The
club meet next week with Mrs. Dana
SSherrill, Volusia avenue .


ville. *Board and room. $7 to
S% eek at The Riverside.
H. D. Fluhart returned Tuesday!
night from Jacksonville, where he! Rev. 0. G. Hertzog, of
has been on business for the past tian church, Hiram, Ohio,
week or two. for the winter, visited th
High School yesterday and
**White girl or woman wanted for; a very pleasing and instru
general housework. No children. aress to the young people.
Three in family. Address Box G,


Daytona Beach. 26-3t
Lo-st--Cover iron for at mobile.
ae return to Daily News. 24-t. Mrs. M. Ida Pennoyer and son, Har-!
ry S. Germond, of Rhinebeck, N. Y.,
Mr. FarreUl a member of the Bos- are located with Mr. and Mrs. S.
to% Yacht Club, arrived here Monday Cae, on Orange avenue.
tI his Boton Hunting cabin boat,
bound on a cruise to Miami. Mrs. Louisa Barritt, of Hoopeston,
Ill., arrived the latter part of last
Pbo 2 willM call for your lean- week and is with Mrs. M. L. Perkins
he and pressing 0. 8. Burnett. tf on Myrtle avenue for the season.

Mrs. Harris, who has been the guet J. L. Pattillo, of the firm of Pattillo
oa her friends. Mr. and Mrs. George Co., Port Orange, was a Daytona
E. Sebring, for several weeks, left visitor yesterday and a pleasant caller
Tuesday afternoon for Palm Beach. at the office of the Daily News.


T. B. Walker, passenger<


$10 per
d-21-6t

the Chris-
rho is here
e Daytona
I delivered
active ad-


e agent of


the Louisville & Nashville Ry., and
Co'e Danlev, passenger agent of the
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis
Ry., are in the city today looking af-
ter the business for i tii roads

The ladies of St. Mary's Guild will
hold their annual bazaar and valentine
sale Tuesday, February 8th, at the
Guild Hall, on Orange avenue. Cake
and cream will be served in the af-
ternoon and griddle cakes and coffee
in the evening .

H. B. Harward, for several seasons


.................. ^^^^^^^^ rm .Mmama E A SUITS


SEVERAL SUIT
RECENT


TLY INSTITUTIEDO


DeLAND, Jan. 26-Two ejet-Onmt,
suits have recently been Instituted In
County Judge's Court. One tois Jck-
son Me Cullough vs. John Odum, Mal
the other T. R. Byrd vs. J. L. Wil-
cox. The property involved In both
suits is situated in Daytona Beach.
Mary J. Marsh has instituted twi
suits in the same court against the
F. E. C. Ry.


Facts About Hailstone.
If It was uot or the countle tril
lious of dust partlcle tmat float sep-
arately. Invisible In the atmosphere.
there could be no raindrops, snow
crystals or haillsitone. From a per-
fectly dustlemn atmoopbere the moIP-
tude. would deacwend hi ceaselem rain
without dropw. The dust particles
ierve as uuvclei about which vapor
gatbers. The snow crystal is the moW
beautifull creation of the aerial mois-
ture. and theb hailstone is the moast ex-
traordinary. The hbart of every bail-
stone is a tiny speck of dust. Such a
speck, with a little moisture ,ondeimwd
about it. fis the germ. from wblbh wmy
be formed a hailstone viablee of fell-
ing a mai or swamitliiug a window. _lt
first It mwt be caught Up br a cur-
rent ot air and carried to the level of
the lofty cirrus clouds five or sat or
even ten miles bigh. Then. continual-
ly growing by fresh accvuson of
moisture. it teglns Its long plunge to
-the earth, spinning through the cloud
abd flashing lb the bsun like a dlamood
bt" shot from a rainbow,-New' York
Tribune.


The Thunder Sounding Smoke.
The Victoria fallst. the uative name
for which is Mosl-on-Touuya; or the
Thunder Sounding Smoke, have ribght-
1y been called the most beautiful gem
in the whole of the earth's scenery No)
*uen picture or photograph cun give the
faintest Idea of the marveloim gran
deur and beauty of the scene. The
,iajesty and mystery of the gigantic
trgei, the foa@ing torrnits. the won-
deruil atnimphertc effects--all come
itxiu cue with a force and power a.
ibough nothing had ever before been
read or beard in connection with
them. The falls by moonlight are a
truly fascinating spectacle. The roar-
hig cltmd of sprny, the somber rain
forest, the stream of the Zambezi
shimmering fur ato)ve the trembling
earth, the lunar rainbow, combine to
make an Inimitable plcnrre.
Where the Xambel takes kt mighty
plunge of a shbeer 40() feet thbe rover I
over a mile wide. or. to be exact, {U
ket.--land MalL

Horse or Beef?
The first day bore was served out at
Kimberley .,ornw of It was cooked for
the officers mm at the mounted camp.
At the table 'Peakuman said:
"Gentlemen. 1 am sorry to say that
we were unable to get all oar ratlio In
beef today and had to take part if It
in horaedlesh. This which I am earv
ing is beef; the borse In at the other
end, and any one who prefers it can
help himself."
Nobody did prefer It, and so they all
ate beef and made a good dinner.
When they had finished Peakman sud-
denly exclaimed:
By Jove. gentlemen, I find I have
made a mistake In the Joints: This in
the horseflesh and the other is beet.'
It was Just a dodge of his to get
them started on the horseflesh.-Diary
of Dr. Oliver Ashe.


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BOATS venience at4AT-T-ipNVW UpST=0
ve- Hdred Feet of r~w Dock, Free Water, Home-Made ha
Groceries at Oty PrLe.UNWuO n CARTrA W-M
sToP ovw and "sJOtr srlito, wesnee
INDIAN sn bCOMPe L.


The Very Simple Life.
PIWM LAM!. Ithe P)eEN- aUthor. at-
Ways ldM like a practiva Juice. A
NVWxichpoet Wbho td lweii nrooevirlng
a return to the xmplj~e life 4.'-j~qstolld"f'
day to mAke bthe roju tnfnaiwe of Loom
HO left his vi~llnjw. be uw14aa; rerer Iriotv
els stik In bond. to ais~ims-tlw Jcour
they to Hefl131ye. the Imm fif 1.4iiL'ti.v
fout.[He praAyertJthwes emiehnI'e aaV'
Sat to reviJiveWiniuiwithot.'u? erezImon
that be WubkuuzkI be sei-i..IeIwith
bowl of milk fnr dsretl~er~a-mt-
But be wh"1114 utIsb;tw':Ash.-d wli.'
the coveallwtt%)); 4hisi, at hI.% veort sj,
the, dnaffiug 1rNID $I) a ISfl awItalwoi
cloth ew napikin thurp wais *only an m.-
WMoo e inuk of 111k
Tb.w tkskw abcou-9d some besultatlot
abont beginning Ibe fesat. 311.unwbll.
his boat btm-xn to wolk arrmod rbha
room IkW a luwgr hIna ragr, only later-
rupting his wulk fro ime nvtop time f U)
take a km&g swig cot milk ftnus b.-
Cram.W lbtheww syinia va ord Ibw bo.c
tutvitd the asrmiqhe~-.lgu.t otrev Imitato'
Tb. man of rbe Minnifle Ife bad found
OtWDn or sidnipk than hirnusml. and hte
left the hums. c'uuriztw-d that thep great
Offtiat had hewrnme -tvy.


Mwrder Reivealed 'by a Drearm.
Pertiapucthe- axim rianuxing ,1'*ni.'
mystery e' er suevt-,I by1 adreamma wa. j
that rpeve'aed by a murcier triml a cuu-
pie of gs~efienti-mnaps )m. [he' dvd body ~
of 31r. Norway. at) .~.'a.ileCorni-th
roadside fl'etwt-e'n Wad'1.lorI-,lgP anel 1
Bodinmo briuumly uiamrtievroi. 2No t"a.. 4
of the njuru.'rt-r 4NiUJJ befomixic. audt~


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